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"Lei lU people know the truth and the country it $afe Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, R. P., 8ATURPAY, JULY 18, 195$
Local-rate labor leaders in
day at the news that the single
ate Committee in Washington.
J only formalities in both houses now re main before the bill which established equal
wage rates for local and U. S. employes in the Zone, is sent to the White house for
President's Eisenhower's signature.
It is expected to become law in a very short time, possibly next week and any
-L- u.. Ua onrl nf the first nav narinrl after that.
increases aue win snow
William H. Sinclair, internation.
al representative of AFSCMt,
AFL-CIO, said today "I am very
happy that at long, long last the
passage of the single wage bill is
almost a certainty.
"The legislation will not satisiy
the aspirations of th workers but
it is decidedly a step in the right
direction, particularly the exten extension
sion extension of Civil Servce retirement
provisions to non.citizen employes
of the company:governraent.'
Sinclair .aid it will be 90 days
after tha signing of th bill or or-for
for or-for th rotiromont provisions
, can Bo put Into effoet.
"tho most difficult part of
tho bill is tho nwrit system and
It may b two Yrf bfor
each man is sortoH out Into his
proper grade," he added.
m m Caw
Of Beer Bottles pr.sid.nt
&&mW 'fTfa-l m, soon at fin.l
, .hinwreefced Colombians,
whose vessel went to the bttorn
T.- lL ,;h, .-'Phreo of empty
ESraSstE vesterdav. were wait-'
uT--JFffim today for the Co
lombian Consul in Colon to arrange j
for their repatriation. j
Their ship, Marciano, nearly
s-nk in the Balboa. Basin a few
days ago When one of her seams
noened and she had to call the
help of a Pan Cannl tug which
a a Via mii
Mi the Canal
Z ST her journey
Jom Buenaventura to Barrangu J
la with a cargo ot empty beer
bottles and lumber.
But she sank 27 miles .from the
Cristobal breakwater off the Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean coast near Isla Grande.
The crew of 11, including the
captain, Gabriel Venner, were
taken from the sinking ship by a
- unt and later transferred
gO, Which tOOK mem iu wt.
Air Force Abandons
Search For Mouse
wAcwTNfiTON. Julv 12 (UPD
The Air Force announced today it
has abandoned euoru tu icw.u
the mouse-carrying nose cone of
" am missiU shot 6.000
the south Atlantic. The
-I issue was launcnea inm ape
i tri Wr1nncH'jv nioht
A GROUP OF CANAL ORGANIZATION EMPLOYES pose waving their retroactive pay checks to demonstrate the ffneral jubi jubilation
lation jubilation felt throughout the organization upon the receipt of a lump payment of 10 Percent pay raise granted an classified
federal and postal employes effective from January 1958. Checks were distributed to all Canal employes yesterday. Included
in the group shown here are both United States and Panamanian citizens who are employed as engineers In the Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Division at Balboa Heights.
Zone expressed unanimous satisfaction to to-has
has to-has been passed by a joint House and Sen-
Of the 11 000 local rate em.
ployes of the Panama Canal Com
pany, about 5 per cent are ex.
nortea to receive wage increases
as a result ot tne diu.
The Force has only 800 lecal
raters but only 27 per cent of
them are likely to benefit. Of the
4,400 employes of the Army and
the Navy, the percentage will be
Union leaders are preparing for
a heavy onslaught of complaints
from workers" who may be ad adversely
versely adversely affected through the legis.
lation or at least mqy notreapthe
bene its they expected.
Sinclair said union officials have
held many meetings with Zone
officials to pave the way for fu.
ture meetings on grievances which
will certainly arise in setting up
a merit system for Canal Compa
ny-government employes and oth.
tier personnel actions
ate personnel of the U.S
. . ... -.! t
jiaroia w. fierne. cnairman ior
Local 909, expressed. satisfaction o.
vr the favorable action taken by
the Senate.House conference com.
action i. taken on the, legisla
tion in the White House, hi.
chief concern will be the fight
to eliminate the the policy on a
rates based on and determined
by the area of recruitment.
The decision by the joint com committee
mittee committee was reached after only one
meeting a result which had been
considered improbable earlier
The bill sets forth a complicat.
ed formula for the setting of wag wag-es
es wag-es for each job classification in
the Canal Zone, and established a
Navy Fire Victim
The one survivor out of four loc
al raters trapped in a flash fire
at Rodman Naval Base Thursday
was said today to be showing
, Doctors reported that the man
Alfredo Rosa'es, 34, of Arraijan
who had 75 per cent burns had
passed a slightly better night at
Corgas Hospital but his condition
is still critital.
One of the men involved died
soon after the fire and two more
Navy investigators have been
trying to determine the cause of
the fire but are waiting for Rosh-
les to recover sufficiently to tell
. . i: i At-
ooara oi review 10 coorainaie me
activities of the various agencies
in administering the bill.
The on y major senate provision
approved was one insisting that
no discrimination should be re reflected
flected reflected in the case of teachers, po.
lice and firemen whose salaries
are increased when the salaries
of similar positions in the Dis District
trict District of Columbia are raised.
The final bill still must be ap approved
proved approved by the House and Senate
before being sent to the White
House to be signed into law.
Free School Bus
Rides For Pupils
From Camp Bierd
The Canal ne free school bus
facilities will be lextended begin beginning
ning beginning Monday to include approxi approximately
mately approximately 145 elementary and junior
and senior high school students re
siding in Camp Bierd, who Attend
the Rainbow City gcmtttetJN
been announced by the Division
These students, who formerly
had to walk to school or use other
means of transportation, will be
transBorted from their homes to
the school in the morning and
back from school to their nomes
in the afternoon. In addition, ele elementary
mentary elementary school students will be
given transportation back to their
homes for the noon lunch hour
and be returned to school in the
In order that maximum use can
be made ofths bus facilities dur during
ing during the year by both U.S. and La
tin American students, a slight
change in the school tours at Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City schools will be made
next week. Effective Monday, the
elementary school hoini; will be
from 8:20 to 11:50 a.m. and from
1 to it p.m. Junior and senior high
school hours will be from 8:20 a.m.
to 12:05 p.m. and from 1 to 3:15
With the transportation of the
Camp Bierd students, the total
number of Latin American school
children receiving free transporta transportation
tion transportation in the Canal Zone wijl come
to 475 students. Other communities
having the bus service are Chiva
Chiva and Pedro Miguel, where
137 children are transported to
rParaiso schools: and Mindi whose
students attend school in Rainbow
City. From Santa Cruz there are
T71 students who travel to Parai Parai-sc
sc Parai-sc by train.
Students have been advised that
free bus tickets are available from
the school principals.
CZ Employes Half
Million ? Behind
In Taxes To RP
Canal Zone employe, who live
in Panama are $ 14,135.54 in
rear, with income tax payments
for 1956 and 1957 it wa. revealed
yesterday by official sources.
The total amount of taxe. due
from Canal Zone employes over
Hie two-year period was $762,
369.80, of which $478, 234.26 ha.
The same sources revealed
that of approximately 10,800 em.
ployes only some 2,800 had filed
income tax return, en sarlaries
earned in the Canal Zone.
USCA Board Holds
The first board of directors'
meeting of the USCA for this fis
cal year will be held tomorrow
afternoon, at 3 o clock in th Dia.
bio Service Center.
Delegates to the newly e'ect
ed board are being urgently re
quested to be present and all reg
ular members of the association
are also invited.
After the installation of the new
board the principal item of busi business
ness business on the agenda will be the e e-lection
lection e-lection of new officers. If practi practical,
cal, practical, elections will follow with the
usual nominations from the floor.
In addition to this special busi
ness before the board. TTrere will
be a discussion and review of pro
posed and pending legislation, as
well as the future operating poll
cies of the Association,
in the iiiuaT manner with
members of the board having
voice and a vote. Only those serv
ins as delegates will have the pri
vileges of the floor. However, at
the conclusion of the order of
business, and if time permits
period of limited open discussion
will be held in which all present
For the convenience of those
who have not yet paid their dues
membership cards will be on sale
at the door.
Of Days Set Aside
For Rabies Shots
Zone residents were reminded
yesterday that three days have
been set aside next week for the
annual rabies vaccination and li
censing of dogs.
On Monday, a vaccinating team
will be at Building 98 at Coco bo
lo. near the Breakers Cbub. The
hours will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m
and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. On Wedncs
dav. July 16. a team will be at
Gamboa between 10 a.m. and
D.m. and from 3 to 5 p.m. The
team will make its headquarters
at the former Aid to Navigations
Building. On Friday, at the same
hours as for Gamboa, the team
will be at the Scout Shack at Pa
Residents of Balboa may have
their dogs vaccinated on Monday
and Wednesday July 21 and 23.
at the nortp cochere of the Bal
boa Junior High School
Irked Students Threaten to
Already the students
at the university, as they
mnii i. : ... at i, A ..i .1...
iucli mill i'iwiukh a i uic
A student spokesman said they would "exploit" th eissue if Eisenhower fails to meet them;
at the University. Eisenhower said before takeoff today that even the proposed half -hour ap
pointment at La Cresta
changing his clothes.
The student spokesman
students' objection to the La
ized about these official visits.
Riding the MATS plane with Eisenhower and taking
ama's ambassador to the US,
Before the 10:07 a.m.
day in Panamanian-United
protracted bill to give equal
The measure is the last
between the two countries.
ivaning. Representing the
tative of the American Federation ,of Stat, County and Municipal Employes, AFL-CIO
f jyfrad J
. Morris, resident of
a Rosa Castillo, advisor
Low-cost housing problems will be high on the list of topics they will "discuss
Eisenhower, whose "study mission" is enmeshed in deeper security precautions
than appear to surround Krushchev on his forays beyond the Russian frontier, will be
virtually invisible to the general public during his stay here.
He Is scheduled to leave Hon Honduras
duras Honduras Wednesday morning. This
was not made public till today.
Officials connected with the tour
made the Wednesday departure
known, but denied knowledge of
where he was departing for. This
vagueness, strange for such a
high-level diplomatic demons demonstration,
tration, demonstration, was also presumably
part of the security precautions.
No effort is made to deny
that these security, measures
stem from the attacks on Vice
President Richard M. Nixon in
Lima and Caracas on his re recent
cent recent Sourt American tour.
At Tocumen to greet Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower will be Panama's foreign
minister Miguel J. Moreno and
US ambassador to Panama Ju Julian
lian Julian F. Harrington.
Accompanying Moreno will be
Mrs. Moreno, treasury minister
Fernando Eleta, Presidential as assistant
sistant assistant Inocencio Gallndo and
Mrs. Gallndo. vice-minister of
foreign affairs Mariano oteiza
and Mrs. Oteiza. and chief of
protocol camilo Levy saicedo.
Embassy officials accompany
ing Harrington will Include first
secretary R. Austin Acly and Mrs
Aclv. nubile affairs officer
George W. Edman and Mrs. Ed
R. D. QUINTERO, assistant chief of the Electrical Mechanical Section of the Engineering Divi Division
sion Division and a group of other United States and Panamanian citizen employes of the Canal
demonstrate the jubilation. From left to right are R. H, Stuart, Panama Canal geologist- Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Lopez E., Qutntero, H. C. Schroeter, J. M. Ponce, C. A. Bech and J. M. Watson, super supervisory
visory supervisory administrative assistant whs distributed the check In the Engineering Division.
Issue, But Don't
brother of the President, is due to arrive at Tocumen about 6 o'clock
have proclaimed themselves irked by his apparent refusal to meet thetit
had requested. They
Ukj uiiiuufBY i c-mm in r,
had been wedged into his
did not soy what form any
Cresta meeting included "all
Ricardo M. Arias.
takeoff from Washington's National Airport Arias said that
States relations following the approval by a Senate-House
wages and employment benefits to Panamanian employes ot the Panama Canal Co.
major piece of legislation required to implement the 1955 Remon-Eisenhower treaty
with local rate union leaders is scheduled for Sunday
unions will be' William H. Sinclair, international represen
Local 907: Harold A. Rm-rie.
to 15SUI 907; and Ricardo
man, and Point 4 director Ralph
V Will and Mrs. Will.
This evening Eisenhower is
Invited to the home of Fernando
Eleta to meet some of the of officials
ficials officials with which the Eisenhow
er mission win De conierring
It is expected that both
Eisenhower and Moreno will
make brief speeches at the air airport.
port. airport. Eisenhower undertook the trip
as President Eisenhower s person
al envoy in another effort to
strengthen lies with the hemi
In an airport statement, he
"I look upon tho purpota tf!
this visit at two-fold firt at a
goodwill expression of our gov
ment for tha peoples of the a
raa and secondly as a genuine
fact finding trip."
Eisenhower, who is president of
Johns Hopkins University is ac accompanied
companied accompanied on the trip by assist
ant secretary of state for Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Affairs Roy R. Rubnt
torn; the president of the Export
Import Bank, Samuel C. Waugh:
assistant secretary of the treasit
ry Tom B. Coughran and direc
turned down Eisenhower's counter-invitation to
i n t .no.
schedule at a lime when
"exploitation" of the issue would take. He indicated the
that protocol which is just
a brighter view of the visit
chairman cf Local 900: JoS
to of the Development Loan Fund,
Eisenhower, who made a tour
of South America in 1953. said at
the airport he was pleased wnli
the fact that several of t!ie rec-
lommendations after the trip were
I pu. into effect by the United
I States government.
He mentioned the program 'or
helping stabilize Latin Amen
can economies by stockpiling
the raw materials they produce
and the greatly increased How
of credit. He dismissed as "un
true" suggestions that the Ad
ministration had acted on oniy
two ei' a doien or more recom
mendations of his 1W4 report.
Commenting on his new trip
which will cover the countries n
mitted from his previous mission,
"It will give us in a few shor:
weeks a good overall prospective
of conditions there as well as the
effectiveness of our policies. It
will enable us upon our return to
see whether any modification in
our policies and programs would
He called at the White House at
he was supposed to be
what we have always critic
than to the students is Pan
this was a particularly happy
conference yesterday pf the
8:30 a.m. for a half hour of con
suiauon with nis brother." Jv--.:"
enhower. referred countries
warm, eftrriial fpionrf. ,-. n
He added fhat thine
lems in each one.
"Otte of the things to keep hi
mind that while we speak of the
area as a great entity, each t n
try there is as different from the
others as they all are from thl
He said he is taking a medical
man because of the health irob
lems in Central America.
With experts in a wide vali
ty of fields, he aaid, he hoped
to have a "quick perspectrvt"
af conditions in those countries
that will form a basis for the
United States "naw look" t
Eisenhower was asked .If he if,
tended to see a group of studenfi
a the University of Panama,
They have expressed a desire tl
see him. v
He said hi schedule hid
been completed before hit attan
tion was called to th stuHamV
requst but that ha thought he
could squeeze In a chat with
tbm at tha Cmhassy elurinq
an hour when he It supposed to
b changing clothes.
all, I am an educator
"I am willing to .talk 0
He gave reporters the followinj
July 12 Leave Washington ln:OI
a.m., arrive Panama City 6:0
July 16 Arrive Tegucigalpa
Honduras, 10 a.m.
July 18 Arrive San Jose. Col
caragua, 10:30 a.m.
July 21 Arrive Managua, NJ
caragua, 10:30 am
July 24 Arrive San Juan, Puef
July 27 r Arrive San Salvador
El Salvador, gl noon;
July 30 Arrive Guatemala C
ty, 9 am.;
Aug. 1 Leave Guatemala O
ty 8 a.m., arrive Washington 6:3l
An indication that trouble m.y
be brewing cam from Ouate
mala where th newspaper
Prensa Libre reported yesterday
that "Truiillo elements" plan to
demonstrate, and perhaps maka
an attempt on Eisenhower's life,
when ha arrived In Guatemala Ct
Relations between Guatemala1
and the Dominican Renublic ha(
bepn strained since Congress n'j
?l investigators charged the Tr
jillo regime, was linked with I'-J
xsssirntiori of President Carlo
Castilo Armas last July.
The strongly economic charact
of the group suggested econoro'J
problems would be the principa
subiect of discussion on the trip
which hs heen billed as a "si"'
Eisenhower toured 10 South' A A-merican
merican A-merican countries in 1954, visi en
Panama with the President
years ago and went to Mexido last
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THE MAM- BOX
SAFETY TAKES WEEKEND OFF
What use is the Safety Branch of the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company Not much, if one can judge by my experience this week.
Over the holiday weekend, I was riding past a vacant lot at La
: Boca where buildings have been demolished. To my horror I
saw dth trap for children. .. an abandoned refrigerator, with
its door in place. '
As soon as I reached home I looked in the phone book and
' found the Safety Branch which lists foot "chiefs." ? No one
! MMwered my call. I called all weekend. No answer? On Mon-
' day I called again. Still no answer. Maybe I hit coffee time.
; OkTuesday I finally received an answer to my call. The woman
Who answered the phone was most disinterested.
To begin with, she said, it was the contractors responsibility.
Then when I pointed out that this was a menace to children,
and that during vacation time, kids had even more time to find
fflfjjh hazards, she said that children had no right in the area.
Why not' It is not fenced off No answer to that. But anyway,
j pen if it were fenced off, no one can anticipate where a child
There is a saying "children are angels dependent on man.
Many adults will question the "angel" bit, but no sensible person
: I5l deny that we all have a responsibility to protect children
from Injury or death.
m NStateside figures show that many children are killed each
year by being trapped in abandoned iceboxes. In a community
i organized as the Canal Zone there is no possible excuse for
such a hazard to lie around.
" M: What use is the Safety Department. What does it do? If
the four chiefs don't have one Indian they can send out to remove
i tJlB.lid of the box and reduce the hazard, are they worth keeping
: tin the payroll? There Is a lot of dead wood at the Administration
' Building. This latest example of do-nothing tactics is almost
I I think I finally got action bv suggesting that I call the press
' about the matter. If it were not for the Panama American and
the Mail Box, the petty bureaucrats would never bestir themselves,
1 and the Canal Zone would not be a fit place for anyone to live.
DR. EISENHOWER'S VISIT
1 I wish to say something about the arrival of Dr. Milton
j Eisenhower. A great deal of fuss has been made as to whether
liltfSiot he will receive the same treatment Vice President Nixon
i was welcomed with on his recent tour. That is an insult to the
people of the Republic of Panama.
There is no reason to suppose that they will behave in such
'a manner as to discredit their country in the watching eyes of
! the rest of th eworld. Dr. Eisenhower has a mlslson to perform
! and let's hope it is successful.
1 True the students demonstrated recently but they had a
treason although it can be argued whether they went about it
J the right way. In any case it cost the lives of innocent citizen
3 and I for one have enough faith in them to realize that Drl
"Yllsenhower Is here to help this country as well as the others
he will visit. The United States wants to know more about Latin
America so there can be better understanding. It can t be done
Unless the citizens of both countries let their officials neet and
discuss the problems.
As for the "different groups" in Panama and the Zone who
Will oppose peaceful and well organized huddles well let's hope
I the rest of the population can peacefully discourage them by
discussing the matter over a large cool one.
U.S. Citizen Living In The Zone
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
The old 48 states are broken
no reason in going out in
When Panama is so closely tied
necessity that sne snouia join
With the stars and stripes flying over her territory it would
become the richest little country in the world. You will hear
the cry that she would lose integrity and that brings to mind
E conversation at my place in Boquete with a professor in Co Co-lon.
lon. Co-lon. I forgot his name, but in the conversation the question of
integrity came up and this professor said "you were a pupil of
mine and I tried to teach you that the integrity of Panama
was the United States of America and if they saw fit to pull
' but. Panama would not be our capital, it would be Boquete. Her
politicians would kick, but the appointment of first governor
fWOud be all, and most likely it would be the President until
i Ilia term was finished and then it would be up to the voters."
"STlils would give us a chance to think for I only want the
best for the country. Boquete, after 31 years there, still seems
. like my home and wish my eyes were in shape to write more.
I did the best I could for the country and it was good to me, if
only In getting rid of the asthma I contracted in the low coun country.
try. country. Wish I could take a trip down there, but I'm too old and
blind. Until next week.
K ?; Pop Wright
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'He wasn't the smartest, but you have to admit he was
with Alaska as 49 and I can
the Pacific looking for To. 50
to us that it becomes close to
T U. ., 0 S. ON.
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(NOTE TO EDITOR: Victor
Riesel is on his way to Europe
to dig up and report new behinid behinid-the
the behinid-the scenes storits on this from.
Today, while he is en route, hit
guest columnist is Secretary of
the Treasury Anderson with an
analysis of tha nation's econom.
By ROBERT B. ANDERSON
Secretary of The Treasury
WASHING fOI : These are
some postulates which 1 hold are
basic lo thinking about economi
alfairs in this great counlry oi
1. There is every reason to be believe
lieve believe in the economic future of the
! 2. A dynamic economy should
encourage competition, but should
seek to minimize fluctuations and
3. During periods of adjust inent
such as the present one. we should
remember that no one has ;ill the
blame, but no one is blameless.
4. The continued operation
free society presupposes a grow,
ing sense of responsibility on tne
part of all who participate com commensurate
mensurate commensurate with the growing com
plexity in our economic system.
5. The Employment Act o lr
is a challenge and a demand for
our best effort, but it cannot h
regarded as a government guaran guarantee
tee guarantee of no fluctuations or of no ti".
emp'oyment in the absence of ri.
6. Equally as important as jot
is the continuity of the job and th th-dollars
dollars th-dollars earned in terms of real
7. There is no single doctrine or
economic theory that is the sine
qua non of growth and develop development
ment development in this country.
8. Every effort to control the
process of sustainable growth by
a formula or a set of rules ignores
the constant change that is a pari
of our development and minimizes
9. So long as we are free 1o make
our own decisions, the most im
portant single factor in our eco.
nomic system is the continuity of
JO. My faith is strong I have
confidence in the determination of
our people to work and plan r
accomplish. We are not headed
for a prolonged recession, but for
new horizons of progress.
In any period of economic a''
justment, such as we have been
experiencing this year, pressures
are often great for broad pro.
grams of intervention by the Gi
ernment. While we are all proper properly
ly properly concerned with an early rcsump
tion of business growth, at the
same time we must avoid taking
imprudent steps which might un undermine
dermine undermine our iulure growth. am
Each time that we examine a pro.
posal, let us ask ourselves: Will
a 'specific proposal increase busi business
ness business incentives? Will it add sig.
nilicantly to purchasing power?
Will it loster the sort of confidence
that encourages private expendi.
tures? Will it do these things with without
out without seriously weakening the fiscal
position of the Government? Is it
the sort of activity a prudent gov.
ernment would engage in1 These
are questions of the greatest na national
tional national significance.
We must take a hard look at the
particular kind of economic me,
chanism we have built in this
country. It is an economy that lat
year turned out more than $430
billion of gross national product.
This accomplishment results pr pr-marily
marily pr-marily from the freedom o, both
producers and consumers to make
their own decisions decisions on
markets, decisions on new pro products,
ducts, products, decisions on purchases, de decisions
cisions decisions on spending versus saving,
decisions on what the coure of
the economy may be in the future.
It is these decisions the mil mil-lions
lions mil-lions of them which are made ev every
ery every day which determine wheth.
er the wheels of our economy will
turn at a faster or slower rate.
While the government ran rye
helpful in providing an economic
climate encouracine to comuetilive
enterprise, we must neverthe'ess i
recognize that Government scfion
necessarily plays a secondary role
in our kind of economic sys'em.
As justification for confidence in
our individualistic, private enter enterprise
prise enterprise system, 'et's look at some of
Our population has doubled in
50 years. It is expanding at a rate
of 3 million persons per year Th
number of American workers is
increasing at a rate of nearly 1
million per year. Fami'y income
after taxes was at an all time
high in 1957 and continues high.
With our production more than
doubling every 20 years, millions
of new workers will be needed to
make, sell and distribute our
There is around $300 billion of
savings he'd by individuals alone.
The billions of dollars spent an.
nually for research in industry
will mean more products, more
jobs and better living. During the
last 12 years we have spent $300
billion for new business plant and
equipment needs, a figure which
may easily be dwarfed by our ex.
pansion over the next 12 years.
Perhaps even more important
than anything else, we have an e.
conomic system which gives the
widest possible play to creative
genius and technology.
The personal drives and basic
forces which have made our Am.
erican economy the greatest me mechanism
chanism mechanism of production and distri distribution
bution distribution in the history of the world
are still present strong and vi vital
tal vital as ever. Keeping pace with
them are the incalculable new op.
portunities for creative ingenuity
which are being opened up cons,
tantly by modern science.
Under these conditions It would
be unrealistic indeed to sell r
American economy short for any
"by ueorge, I Thought It Was
I hope that Mr. Bernard Gold
fine gei.s the worlu through cur
rent cnanntes, oi course mat 1
will be in New York and also Bos Boston
ton Boston the middle of this month. gnd
my mouth is watering. Man, if ne
is looking for a pigeon, I'm the
1 been paying them nasty old
hotel bi'ls, and them Toots Snor
bills, ana them other dirty ola
tabs at the El Morocco and such
as that for years, and I am just
plain sick and tired of it. Grand Grandpa
pa Grandpa always used to say: Son, buy
breakfast, and let the suckers
take care, of dinner and supper.
I aim to heed Gandpa.
Dear Mr. Goldfine, I am a man
of no sensitivity whatsoever. I
am not even bothered by a con.
science. My wardrobe is thread threadbare.
bare. threadbare. My Sulka ties are raveling
at the enpX my Brioni shirts
have Irish pennants on the cuffs,
1 aoil't own a oat, and my. Savile
Row britches are worn down to
a precarious margin In the heels.
My Peal shoes are run ove r,
the unfolding apparatus on my
umbrella don't work, and my
Rolls.Royce is a real mess. Neeas
a new paint job and all. The
yacht's full of barnacles, and e e-ven
ven e-ven my elk's tooth has a cavity
Now what I propose, Mr. Gold Gold-fine,
fine, Gold-fine, is a friendship deal. You
just pick up the markers and call
on me for what you need in the
way of influence peddling. You
may not believe this, kid, but I
got influence. I know some peo people
ple people you wouldn't read about it
You want help in Boston? I
know four people named Cabot,
two of whom are going on safa safari
ri safari with me in December, and an another
other another two who onc stopped by
the house to say hello to the dogs.
Washington. Loaded. I once
had a talk with Eisenhower, and
he said a very trenchant thinT:
"Pleastameetcha." Why, my father-in-law
actually lives in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, and the people he knows
you wouldn't imagine it. You
want special service on laundry?
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OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
Q. A. De KOUX, CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from S.00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Dear Mr. Goldfine
By BOB RUARK
George Marshall and I been go.
ing steady for d'ides.
1 can even get you a pass to
see the Washington Senators play,
but you need a short reiresner
course in Spanish hrst. But y'see,
Pops, I speak Spanish, too, and
so 1 can translate ior yu wien
there is nobody on first. Mostly
speaking, there is never anyjo y
on first in Washington, unless it's
a visiting player.
(Now about this vicuna business.
A local editor in Washington, that
is whose name closely resembles
my own will attest that one time
in Lima, Peru, we visited a house
which owned a tame vicuna. Tiiis
one loved to eat newspapers, and
1 wrote a whole column about
how he loved to digest the editor editorials.
ials. editorials. Of course, John and I were
freeloading on somebody QT 'Other
or we wouldn't have got to kOow
the tame vicuna. Matte "tM;fct,
I couldn't accept a vicuna co
I'd feel like I was wearing a rel relative.
ative. relative. In New York, dear Mr Gold Gold-fine,
fine, Gold-fine, 1 got unlimited facilities. I
can make one phone call arid get
into Costello's bar and grill. I can
get you into the skating rink at
Rockefeller Plaza. I can get- you
into Twenty One, even, and what
I don't know about the garment
My name is a magic touch touchstone
stone touchstone in Europe. I know the as assistant
sistant assistant manager at the Savoy. I
know the men's room attendant
a Les Ambassadeurs. I was once
slipped a mickey oops, I mean
I have carte blanche at the best
pin joint on St. Germain de Pres
in Paris. And girlsp Man. No Nothing
thing Nothing e'se but loaded.
AH I want out of you is friend friendship,
ship, friendship, Mr. Goldfine. Free suites,
free clothes, charge account at
all the better bistros and the
more important shops, such as A A-bercrombie
bercrombie A-bercrombie and Fithch, because I
need to replenish my armam t.
In order to safari with the Cab Cab-ots.
ots. Cab-ots. boxes, for jewelry and
Front St. at corner
of 7tb St.
But mostly I crave friefldship friefldship-Frendship
Frendship friefldship-Frendship uon't mean you got to
meei me at laiewua at 7 a.m.'
when TWA whisks me in in
Madrid, because 1 don't stretch
friendship that far. But the least
you can do out of friendship is
have a car waiting and the cus customs
toms customs fixed and flowers in what whatever
ever whatever suite you've chosen ior me,
because friendship work two wavs
j My requirements ace few. Get
up the dough, friend, and out of
lriendship I will get you an inter inter-,
, inter-, view with King Freddie, the Kab Kab-i
i Kab-i aka of the Buganda, because I
know him. too. Alwavs Hrnn in
when I am in Entebbe, just to
see if Freddie' has hit oil.
LAST WORD IN SACKS-
This young lady was so taken
with the paper sack birthday
card that she slipped into a
new sack dress one that
really merits the name. It's
an original design by the
Union Bag-Camp Paper Corp.
Made of lightweight kraft
paper for summer town wear,
ficii fnilnv classic lines.
Veterans Again Can
Now Buy Life Insurance
At Old WW II Rates
Let us tell you how you can
still apply for an old line legal
reserve life insurance policy
similar to your old N8LI plan,
if you are under age 45 and
in good health, you may qual qualify
ify qualify (usually without physical
examination) for the same basic
low nsli rates charged by the
Government during W. W. II.
Slightly higher rates for older
No obligation, tear out this
ad and mall it today with your
name, address, date of birth
and age to American Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co., P. O. Box 0, Diablo
Heights, Canal Zone.
WASHINGTON This column
was me mil to expo- the cm:
association uetwecu Outsiau nu
a in s auu nu Keneroug-irieou, xm xm-ara
ara xm-ara Goitmne.
In uouig oo, tome of the sudHx sudHx-tions
tions sudHx-tions maue by John Fox, the tOb
ton .ex-puotuaer, again!. aoVuis
and Goldhne were checked an i
found .o De way out ot line.
The accusation that Goltiiuie
paid for Auams' bouse in wyw
ingion wag checked carefully uue
month ago and round u be Wm
Adams fiist lived at 100 L Street
Southeast, an area near the Capi
toi wnich speculators bought up;
and held foi high prices in George
Washing. on's uay with the result
that residential Washington mov moved
ed moved to cheaper land in the north northwest.
west. northwest. The southeast area is now
of spotty or depreciated value
The owner of the Adams house
at 100 C Sreet, S.E., is Brig
Gen. Thomas J. Beits, ret., win)
when queried said the Adam-es
paid him through a real estate a ;
gent. The agent H. A. Gill aod
ou, aaiu up icwi ihj
Cam n.i U. wnttrA n, .in' ..1,7
personai cmck irom Auams ior
$250. There was no trace of Guiti-
About two years ago, the Adams Adamses
es Adamses moved to 2400 Tilden Street ih
more expensive nor hwest Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the area which the real
estate speculators in Washington's
day did not buy up, and which a
worth much more today as a re result.
The new Adams house is own owned
ed owned by Dorothy Kerr, wife of Dr.
H. H. Keen", who was liaally se seated
ated seated by my aisis ant Jack Ander
TdVrt was paid Zlu" White -"house realized
S ehstateenagWent S SHouin ftj' Ha Hanoi
noi Hanoi or would not remember &ZFrJ3ft$ T,"
name of the ageiu. i rLriv tn tTcJZ" 4l'
After some digging, ihe agent! reat,y nown to Goldfine.
turned out to be Mary Smith, aj m,.. jjm......
pivate broker and frienn of the! sHa "i?Jf CJ"'r'
AdniTKiK Howerey hs'i no wny o' knw
MiTi Smith said she received ZtZZ Vs
the rental check each month from1 A?dm, r J' lh t ft "'
Adams personally but would not KflJJL Evwe" ,frevdJd,kno7.
say how much. Finally she said .11? 5LL,w
.ui .u- .i iu Set a full vote of th commissio
mat me lenatai was muic m-m,
$300 a month. There was no trace
n( rtavm-nt. hv ftni'Hfm
of payments by Goldfine;
More facts have now .eaked out
regarding Sherman Adams' inter
ItATEtlT rUCD II AU
vention in the Federal Trade Com-
mission on behalf of his
They show that his interven ion
says he merely placed a phone call I
a i: v.rrt a a... (..-.II.. U ,.4
10 me ml. AACiuauy ne swu
the entire wheels of his supposed
i iy independent agency.
Here are the aftermaths of the
Adm nhMie e.ll; ' r ;
AFTERMATH No. 1-Word echo- roPe ar"yes JrWjark iW
ed through the trade commission 0n.cu,se foreN.avaI
immediately: "Watch this case. m.ldshm,men' .Sixteen unit? of
Sherman Adams is interested teW Mm, Bernard L. Auatki 1
'aboard ,-r are seneauled
AFTERMATH No. I The second week's visit In fr-e oorts oFCa
Goldfine case was handled by.ennaSen aIa Aarnus.
Johnny Walker, 1 the specil Ke-
oublican "hatchet man" inside the
commission. Walker is an appoin appointee
tee appointee of GOP Sen. Bricker of Ohio,
and his wife works In Bricker's of office.
fice. office. When a problem requiring
deft political hatchetwork comes
to the trade commi.ssihn, it usual usually
ly usually goes to Walker. Walker was not
in :he wool division, but he hand handled
led handled the Goldfine wool case any anyway.
way. anyway. AFTERMATH No. 3-The first
case against Goldfine was close :
mmediatcly. Usually, a case of
this kind is kept open until ful'.y
investigated. Goldfine's mills had
a bad record for violation of the
labelling act, but the case against
them was closed almost imme
diately after receiving Adams'
In fact it was rirtually closed
the same day of his call.
Here is what chairman Ed How--"
wrole Adams, on Jan. 4, 1904,
the same day he got the phone
"Hannah advises me that if
t ,-:!. wjy -,ye aHeouate as assurances
surances assurances that all their labelling
? ( ', "t" the ( "se can be
closed on what we call a volun voluntary
tary voluntary cooperative basis."
1 She jumped
over th moon
4 and dogi
20 Growing out
24 Loose garment
25 Soft drink
32 Oleic aud salt
II Abstract being
40 Heredity unit
41 In favor of
42 Young hog
41 Oiling fixedly
SI Swiss river
It Nautical term
53 in this plact
56 Saa eagles
4 Crinkly fabric
3 Is sickly
7 Saint (ab.)
5 Operatle solo
17 Treat lavishly
21 Cosed car
hl w ihnn
not -ft hn
a rf -pj
Hill Mill i
Previously Goldfuie's mill, North North-fieiu,
fieiu, North-fieiu, auu veiuitu ui a ic ui, ov.
17, ltttl, ,o give sues complete as assurances,
surances, assurances, -u. ..er me auauia tet tetter
ter tetter the case was closed anyw..
luoi nie at 1011 Was 100 US My
is shown by the fact .hat one year
ia.tr Goiiuine vioiaieu the ha a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, and the case bad to be giv given
en given to the GOP hatchet man
AFTERMATH Ne. 4-The Fed Federal
eral Federal Traue Commiceiun operates
on the basis ot competitor's com complain,
plain, complain, t. When one business fnm
complains against a competitor.
iu complain, is just as coniiden
tial as a complaint .nade to ih
FBI. Section 10 oi .ne FTC act
specifically provides one year in
jaii or $5,000 fine for revealing tUis
"Any officer or employe o( the
m mission who shall make pub-
lie any inlormation by the com
mission without its authority, up up-less
less up-less directei of a court," ramls
the law, 'shaJl be deemed gidty
m a misacmeano'', ana : t ton-
victum thereof, shall be ujflished
by a fine not exrfrHnp snonn m- iw
imprisonment no: exceeding on
year, or by fine and imprison imprisonment."
ment." imprisonment." Despite this, chairman Howerey
revealed to Adams the name of
the comolai"nt against Goldfine,
the Einiger Mills of New York.
Adams in '"rn revealed the in information
formation information to Einiger's competi or,
Under the law, this could hav
b"? dope on'v hv a full vnto nl
ut u ,.
.52 h! Adams as he d,d
I "I "-.?' 1SM
"On Nov. 3. 1953. Emier Mills
lodged a complaint.
That's whv some Peonle i?nr
'N fMto i?whfo' Demo:
1 d. so...b? ?
the Republicans, even when coat,
rugs ana no el bills are given to
the nost powerful man in' the
DANES MOT II NAVY
1065 "OJT u-5- NAVY
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.7 iesi men,cn cuvai oetaon.
ment ever seen in northern Eu-
When Genghis Khan, one of
the world's most ruthless con conquerors,
querors, conquerors, died in 1227, his son
Ogdai was afraid to let the
people of his vast empire know,
of the Khan's death. As the!
funeral procession moved alon
the river, warriors killed all
who saw it.
Britannlca Jr. Encyclopedia
Answer to Previous Puxzle
28 Solar disk
33 Witch of
3S Bed canopy
40 Entrances In
41 Lose, color
48 Sea bird
41 "Tha old
SATURDAY, JULY It, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Entomologist Arrives To Study
Problem At Coco Solo
CAPT FRANK GARDNER of the USARCARIB School tactics department receives his captain's
taw from Lt. Col Robert H. Townsend during a recent celebration in honor of his promotion
from fKt lieutenant. At the left is Lt. Col. Robert H. Evans, chief of the teUM P"
The private life of the sandfly
that pesky little insect whicn n
made life miserable for Canal
Zone residents since Canal cons,
truction days, is about to come un under
der under the close scrutiny of Samuel
G. Breeland, Ph.D., and experi experienced
enced experienced entomologist who arrive:
here recently to work with the Dl.
vision of Sanitation.
Breeland has taken up residence
on the Atlantic side, the wr
sandfly district, where he will set
up an operating base and labor--,
tory located in Coco Solo Hospi.
tal. He will work in coone'ation
with the Northern and Southern
Sanitation Areas and with th?' "'.
S. Army which also has the prob problem
lem problem under, consideration.
Among the tasks set for Dr.
Breeland in his sandfly studies ar ar-the
the ar-the breeding and flight habits of
the tiny insect and the extent r
the breeding grounds of the vari various
ous various types of sandflies which plari.
the Canal Zone. In addition, he
will engage' in entomologies' s"l
dies pertaining to mosquitoes and
For years, like the weather, the
sandfly has been a subject of loc.
al conversation but little has been
done about it. Relatively superfi
cial investigations have been made
from time to time in the Can"'
Zone and re ief nefsnres have
been attempted by various agen
cies through the yers with par.
rial scuccess. This, however, v
be the first tim? that a sustained
scientific investigation of the .pc'
will be made lorql'" by the Canal
Zone government with a view r
adootine ef ective area control
A quantity of bsr information
must first be developed local'y h"
fore the problem can oe coped
with in a practical and economic
manner, according to the Division
of Sanitation. A general insect
problem may be developing, it
was pointed out, among local in insects
sects insects which, have been subject to
the heavy use of insecticides dur during
ing during the past 12 years.
Breeland, who came to the Can.
al Zone from the University of
Tennessee Experiment Station, is
a native of Batesburg, S.C. He at.
tended the University of Georgia,
received his master's degree from
North Carolina State College and
his doctor's degree in entomology
at the University of Tennessee.
Of Armed Men
OTTAWA, July 12 UP1) -Royal
Canadian Mounted Police
today tried to unravel the claim
of a taxi driver that he had
dropped two men believed to be
armed near a golf course where
President Eisenhower was play playing.
ing. playing. About 30 extra constables were
called in to beat the heavily -wooded
hunt and golf club yes yesterday
terday yesterday after cabbie Nicholas
Skowronski said the men had a-
lighted at either end of the
course. No trace of the men was
RCMP inspector H. S. Cooper,
in charge of security during thfe
President's three-day visit, re
mained no committal on skow -ronski's
Eisenhower played from the
fourth to the 13th or 14th hole
without realizing his life might
be in danger. He topped his
foursome with a respectable 17
over par on the tricky course.
BKOwronsKi, wno aouoies as a
waiter in a nearby Quebec nieiht
club during his spare time, told
Save Man Stranded
On Cliff Five Days
ALAMOSA, Colo. (UPI) A
fisherman who spent five days
and nights without food and wai" wai"-on
on wai"-on a crumbling cliffside ledge told
his rescuers today he would h h-plunged
plunged h-plunged to his death had he not
used his shoelaces to tie his leg
around a tree.
John Sanders, 35, of Albuquer
que, N.M., was rescued yester.
day by mountain.trained soldiers.
They scaled a 1,000. not escarp escarpment
ment escarpment and then lowered t t-selves
selves t-selves to the five-toot-wide ledge
where Sanders clung.
Sanders' ordeal began July 4
when he and a companion, Wii
liam E. Garver, 28, also of Al
buquerque, sapped on loose r r-while
while r-while searching for Garver's wal.
let and tumbled down a mou
Garver fell several hundred feet
and was killed. His body was re
But a slender pine tree broke
Sanders' fall. He continued to s
but grabbed the tree and tied
himself to it with the shoelaces.
Don Bewley, 22, an employe of
a mountain lodge 15 miles I
the rugged scene, reached San.
ders Tuesday. Bewley was able
But Sanders was too weak from
to leave the ledge and climb bade
lack of food and could not follow
Mountain climbers from Fort
Carson, Colo., traind in alpine
techniques, then were called in.
They reached Sanders and low lowered
ered lowered him to the Conejos River
below in a harness fashioned from
Sanders was reported in good
condition except for fatigue and
FLEET TO VISIT
TOKYO UPI) The first Jap
anese fleet to visit North Amer
ica since 1936 will sail for tne
United Stateu and Canada next
month, the government announced
Thursday. Six vessels, including
thret destroyers and three fri
gaies, will leave here Au. 6 for
Pearl Harbor; Seattle, Wash.; San
Francisco and Vancouver, Can
FIRMS TO COMBINE v
OKLAHOMA CITY (UPTM&tb
McGee Oil Industries Inc will
join Gulf Oil Corp. in an oil Ctrl
ling venture on the island of Bu
bados. The island government hai
approved an agreement wherebj
Keer McGee wiH receive a 25 pel
cense held by Gulf Oil.
ASSEMBLY APPROVES PRINCE
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia
(UPI) The National Assembly
Thursday unanimously approved
the appointment of Prince No-o.'
om Sihanouk as premier. He re
places outgoing Premier Sim Var.
MAKES ELECTRONIC KITS
MURRAY HILL, N.J. (UPR-.
Daystrom Inc. announced Thurj
day it has formed Daystrom Ltd.
of England, a division of Day
strom International, to manufac
ture a complete line of the com
pany's assembly kits for electron
ic test equipment, radio and high
YOUNG AMBASSADORS from East Texas, on a toor of several Latin American countries,
arrived in Panama Monday night on a Braniff flight, and yesterday called on Dr Mariano
Oteiza, Panama's vice minister of Foreign -Relations.. Tour conduct ors Mr. dMrs Alf
ni'an and Braniff 's district sales manager Camllo Fabrega (right) accompanied the Jui
David Kirkwbttdv Harry Childers, Clarence D.Roberts, Stewnfitovall .Harry Vv 11 11-Uarns
Uarns 11-Uarns and James Williams. Oteiza, who lived in Texas while doinf pOst-graluate work, is
seen with arms folded, chatting with the Teenage ambassadors. r;
by Erskine Johnson
NCA Staff Correspondent
ROME (NEA) Professor Hig-
gins and his "on the plain in
Spain" stuff was quite good, old
bean, but I've been talking to a
fellow here who taught Englisn
and movie manners to 73 No
understand English" European
That's right, my fair lady, and
without dancing all night about
u r.'en Randall, a Holly-1
wood horse trainer who has been
teaching manners to horses for
the movies for 20 years now. Like
housebreaking Roy Rogers' Trig Trigger,
ger, Trigger, for instance.
BUT TAKING 71 foreign horses
68 from Yugoslavia and
three from Corsic and teaching
them English is Glen's biggest
achievement in the old corral. It
happened for MGM's "Ben hur,'
on location here beside the Tiber.
It happened because Hollywood
couldn't take a chance with Ital Italian
ian Italian chariot drivers and Italian
horses for the film's exciting rac racing
ing racing sequences. The horses were
too slow, the drivers not daring
enough. On motor scooters it
would have been different.
So they imported Holiywooa
cowboys to Rome as drivers. Ten
o." them. And they imported horses
from Yugoslavia and Corsica. But
a Hollywood cowboy saying "Whoa
to a Yugoslavia horse easily could
become an incident for the State
Department. That's where Glen
Randall Came in, on TWA's polar
flight all the way from Hollywood.
He's been here since Dec. 4
training those foreign nags.
"Bright students they are, too,"
he told me. All solo teaching. No
Group Theater training, and it
was quite a job. The words he
had to teach 'em were the usual:
"Whoa, giddap, get over, back up,
come here, steady."
Everyone knew Glen could do it.
He'd rather talk to horses than
people. His way with, 'em goes
back to when he was nine and
sold his first trained horse to the
here with his sense of humor. He
thinks there should be a musical
version of "Ben Hur" a ong the
lines of "My Fair Lady" so as Mcs Mcs-sala
sala Mcs-sala he could sing the closing
"I could have raced all night,
I could have raced ill night,
I could have raced all night
and never beaten Hur."
THERE'S AN old.timer from
Hollywood here who was around
MGM in 1924 when the classic si silent
lent silent version of "Ben Hur" was
brought to the screen with Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Novarro, Francis X. Bush Bushman
man Bushman and May McAvoy. Hugh
Hunt's his name and, in a blonde
wig, he doubled for May in a char chariot
iot chariot driving scene. The lady steals
a Roman chariot and dashes a.
cross the countryside to warn Bes
Hur that he has grounds to give
the Romans a bad time of it.
Roman Soldiers are in pursuit
and Hunt still remembers:
"Ip that, blonde wig, man, I
real y would up that chariot.
After all, 60 cowboys (dressed as
Roman soldiers) were chasing
"After all, Moses it dead."
Collides With US
NEW YORK, July 12 (UPI)-A
British freighter collided with a
New Bed ord, Mass., fishing ship
in fog 150 miles east of here to toddy.
ddy. toddy. The. captain and engineer of
the fishing vessel R. W Griffin
were reported missing and anoth another
er another member of the crew was be-'
lieved dead, the coast guard re reported.
ported. reported. The freighter, City of Karachi,
reported by radio that it had pick
ed up five crewmen of the 69-foot
fishing vessel, but indicated that
one of them was dead.
The Coast Guard said messages
did not indicate whether the fish,
ing vessel had been sunk in ('"
collision or set afire, forcing its
crew to abandon ship.
The Karachi and another New
Bed ord fishing ship, the Shannon,
searched for the missing men.
Coast Guard aircraft were exnec.
,ted on the scene monetarily. Cut Cutters,
ters, Cutters, the Agassiz and Eaton, were
dispatched from New London,
Conn., and Cape May, N.J., hut
were not expected to reach the
scene until late tonight.
The Karachi sai'ed last night
from Port Newark, N.J., for the
Mid. East oil port of Aden.
The collision occurred at 6:22
a.m. about 90 miles southeast of
Montauk Point, the eastern tip of
rShe gives me Royal Flan and she says it's so
easy to prepare. She .just mixes a package
with milk, brings it to a boil, molds it,
cools it and mmm mmm, I can't wait
for dinner tonight
Oooner he nlnlrpri nn the. n
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rhflir onrln Ofi'n 1 j
vnwi anj ju s, in uowniown
The young cabbie said he took
them on a 10-mile drive to the
golf course after one of them
slipped out of the cab briefly to
enter the U.S. embassy, located
directly across the street from
the parliament buildings. How However,
ever, However, an embassy guard on duty
all afternoon said no unaccom unaccompanied
panied unaccompanied men had entered the
INTEREST RATE CUT
WASHINGTON (UI) 8 Senate Senate-House
House Senate-House conferees agrees today
on a compromise bill to cut
the interest rate on government
loans to small businesses from 6
to 5M per cent. Under the com compromise,
promise, compromise, the new interest ratp
would apply only to the federal
portion of the money made a vi viable
able viable bv the Small Business Ad.
ministration and private lenders.
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MGM SAYS IT is spending $10.
000,000 oil the remake of the old
Gen. Lew Wallace classic about
Ben Hur, the country lad who
beat Roman city slicker Messala
in a chariot race worthy of head headlines
lines headlines like the Kentucky Derby.
Chariton Heston is Ben Hur and
Stephen Boyd is Messala.
Boyd, ..a handsome Irishman un under
der under contract to 20th Cent'try.Fox,
is putting life into the otherwise
serious mjnded MGM company
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W-S JULY 13, 1958 J
I will be working to change some electric
distribution lines. It will be 'necessary to
interrupt electrical service in the following
areas between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m.:
"A" Avenue between 20 and 21 Streets.
Mateo Iturralde Street between 20 and 21
South Avenue between 20 and 21
20 West Street between South Avenue
and "A" Avenue.
21 West Street between South Avenue
and "A" Avenue.
Many thanks for your cooperation,
K LISTO KILOVATIO
The most practical and complete
is ON SALE
fiujy it Joday!
MADURITO FELIX B. MADURO MOTTAS
MORRISON ZIC ZAG STORE TROPELCO
HALLMAN S. A. JEWISH WELFARE BOARD (C.Z.)
MADURITO. BAZAR INGLES
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SATURDAY, JULY It, 1M
d i n, ...
octal ana sinerwue
Si witt Lt HttitvJ If tiLphonis evtr Ptu
2-0 74 0 2-0 741 Ulwun HiOO
Mat W 'tMt ill
blue sheath dress with matching
hat and black patent accessories.
Mrs. Halvosa is a graduate of
the Woman's College of the Uni University
versity University of North Carolina. She
has taught in the city schools of
Klnston and Goldsboro, and for
the past three years, has been
teaching in the Canal Zone.
Mr. Halvosa, who is postmaster
at Diablo Heights, Canal Zone,
Is a eraduate of Canal Zone Ju
nior College and attended Tularu;:
After September 1, the couple
will reside in Diablo Heights, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
831 11,6 !ok(
m T Broadway
German Charge d'Affaires
Host At Luncheon
The Charge d'Affaires of Ger
many in Panama, uernnara
Wolf, was host yesterday at a
luncheon In honor of Mr. Ernesto
de la Guardla III who has lust
returned from a trip to Germany ls SOi it is finany maklng inroads
Dorothy KiUlion is on v
cation. Pinchhittln for her te
day it Gant Gaithtr, Broadway
producer and author of "Prin "Prin-com
com "Prin-com of Moncaco.")
GANT GAITHER WRITES
Hollywood, the provincial, feu
dal town of early film-making, is
a thing .of the past..
T.S. Eliot has said, 'Civilization
moves slowly Westward." If that
into the movie capital.
Today's actor has been
from what used to termed a
made at the Invitation of the
Federal Government. Guests in
cluded the Minister of Finance
Fernando Eleta; the Minister of
Public Work, Roberto Lopez Fa Fa-brega
brega Fa-brega Director of Proocol, Lie.
uamuo wvy aaiceao ana ir. 0 r w ft ft world
Carlos Sole Bosch, editor of La f. .. f T
Tho old time itudio contract
not only dictated where star
was to II VO, but demanded the
right to approve $ contemplated
marriage and ovon included a
clause which forbade an actress
to havo a baby. (Metro's silent
star Leatrice Joy almost broke
her contract whan the defied
the studio to marry, and actual actual-w
w actual-w did forfeit her caroor when
she had a child.)
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written cor NBA bervice
NORTH (D) U
Q 10 7 6 2
A K 9 J4
A.7 10 9 5 2 4M4
North Bast South Went
Pan Paas l Double
Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead K
SOUTH'S .third hand vulnerable
psychic is not the sort oi om th
meets with my ayrroval and 1 am
opiigntea to' report mat this one
The airplane contributed a lot w" PlZl y
to releasing the star
old confinement. Just
day playwright Anita
en-year sentence" to a studio. The mented 'Today the world is
Hollywood of today is more a
dateline than a place, for-its act-
this bizarre segment of Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles is now sfmply home base.
To Visit Costa Rica
Dr. and Mrs. Edward V. Boa Boa-rini
rini Boa-rini of Chicago left yesterday for
Costa Rica after visiting Mr. andDe are nomads
ivii&. r. Dcmaiu uumii in ividi : jict(j-s have
garita ana Mrs. irancis a. nei
mann in Curundu.
MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS HALVOSA
'MISS ANNIE LAURIE LOWERY BECOMES
'THE BRIDE OF MR. WILLIAM HALVOSA
Miss Annie Laurie Lowery became the bride of William
Thomas Halvosa, Jr., of Diablo Heights, Canal Zone, ami
Barre, Vermont, in a candlelight ceremony last Wednesday
in the Trenton Methodist Church, Trenton, N.C.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Franklin Lowery of Trenton, and the bridegroom is the son
' Of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Halvosa of Barre.
The Reverend Lewis Dilman officiated, using the single
ring ceremony. The couple spoke their vows before an alt;ir
banked with palms and flanked by arrangements of pink
gladioli and pink tapers.
Will visit and Study
In the States
Mrs. S. J. Stacy and Mrs. L. E. j
Horine, left by plane this morn- j TWO YANKS SENTENCED
ing for the states. Mrs. Horine
nHll nnntlniKs wni-lr nn hpr Mas.
ters' Decree at, the University of i (UPI)
At its very begining, Hollywood
tried to domesticate theatre folk
and housebreak them. Show peo
by nature. Most
itchy feet and are iter of
never happier than when they're
living out of a much-traveled suit-i Elsa Lanchester, currently star star-case,
case, star-case, in some hotel room. I ring on the London stage with her
The late great Edna Mae Oliv-J husband. Charles Laughton, has
er moved from her enchanting been asked to fly to New York
a weekend for retakes on
room when she realized her days; Bell, Book and Candle.'
were coming to an end. When ask- Tony Perkins, the teenagers.'
erl why. she renlied simply that delight, keeps his stock of blue
sne naa uvea tne best years ot jeans, sneaners ann T-shirts in a
her life in hotel rooms andl beat-up suitcase a
couldn't bear to
ui course, west s aouDle was
or takeout out East convened it
into a pen a ty double bv oassii b.
East signalled with the uck nf
diamonds at trick one and West
nnntt fill Art tka ...lei. 17 x
spent r.. "r.r .r. wun ?.a51
most nf her enrlv etarHnm tron. """''1" l""u ruunu. iow
wveaa l I' I. c t .1 1 4 1 1; r
ped in a seven-year contract which i r?,l,"" l,e in.oi trump
n.itfAi4 k- e 'a IH1
i i iiinit-u nci iiu it wuum uj move
abdut; now she "lives on a bit
weeicena. susan Hsyward as
top box office attraction
Georgia farm with her husband
and two sons, yet she can be in
Hollywood for picture-making or
a business conference in a mat-
Uruguayan Ambassador's Son
Arrives For Vacation
. i iT....A.t 1 .-. rjrt vuuakc in ucvciiT ililin lu a ninti
ninuaooauifi ui wiuguwj &
ama and Mrs. Felix Poller!, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from Uruguay to
spend his vacation with his parents.
cashed the king of
iea tne deuce of marts
South played low and West's
queen won the trick. The aces ot
hearts and clubs were taken next
ano a thrid heart lead went to
declarer's king. That gave him
i one trick but he was down to five
trumps and nad to lead up to
Easts ace-ten-nine. East took his
nine and led a club which South
had to trump. Now South hd to
lead another trump so thit he
wound up with only three tricks
and was down 1,100.
Psychic bidders a ways excuse
their misfortunes by claiming
mm mc uuiiinpnis ntrva j .1.
A fhlo CXtif-U
A number of Zonlans return
ing from vacations in the United
States are pro ant the 17.7 das
sengers who were booked to sail
from N. Y. yesterday for Cm
tobal aboara the Ancon of the
Included on the. advance list of
passengers are, Rabbi Nathan
Witkln of Balboa, with Mrs. Wit -kin
and their two children; Clyde
A. LaClalr. official photographer
for the Panama canal, with Mrs.
LaClalr: and Harold j. Zierten,
assistant principal of Balboa
In addition to the 177 passen
gers for Cristobal,' the Ancon
will also carter eight passengers
from New York to Ham.
The advance passenger list fol follows;
lows; follows; Mr. and Mrs. Ro?s A. Aldrich
and two chlMren; Mrs. Ruth
Ahlev: Miss Florence Beever:
Mr. and Mr. Wil'lnm Benny nd
son: Auntsto.P. BoydV Jr.; Mlas
Marnrn Roouel Povd; .Mlas Han Han-dra
dra Han-dra Eleta Poyfl: Mr. and Mrs.
Lnther a. Bradshaw .and three
children; Miss- Anna Franrit;
Mr. and M. Ptewffrt J. Prowi
and rt?ughter; and Richard R.
ii i-nnu is in a j r..i
andl beat-up suitcase all during his1 r ... . no. exception.
die anywhere I sojourns in the film caoital. read v.. .'S V."l.'.ia.?.e n,.m "ve conds
(to toss them into the trunk of hisi ',w.wf" Tl ,e na9.
Reception Honors Clergy
On Thursday afternoon from 4
to 6 in Bishop Morris Hall, An
con, a reception was given Dy
the Rev. and Mrs. Edwin C. Web-
! ster assisted by Mrs.' R. Heber
, Oooden and Mrs. John H. Town Town-send,
send, Town-send, in honor of several Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal clergymen who have re-
,, .cently arrived in the District: the
waltz-length gowns of pale pink! Rev. and Mrs. Philip IJams, the
silk organza and chantilly lace,,Rev. Carl O. Morales and Mr.
fashioned along princess lines., Charles E. Pearce.
They wore matching bandeaux: Quests included the clergy of
and shoes dyed to match their the Isthmus with their wives,
arm bouquets of American Beau-;the officers of the District and
ty sweetheart roses. staff members. The reception
Best man was Randel K. Price wa aiin q HpcneHirin fnr thp Rpv
sweep train. Hrr fingertip veil, of Madison, Wisconsin. Ushers 'and Mrs. Jesse K. Renew who
Oi oiusn pin illusion was at-.were Marvin Thomas of Trenton, are soon to leave for the Diocese
itached to a cap of pink silk em-Frank Hukill of Lexington, Ken-!0f Dallas Texas
;broidered with sequins. jtucky. and William Evans and '
Her bouquet was a cascade of iPlLSS E$wards of Kinston. Fort Clayton NCO Wives
lilies of the valley and ivy, cen- L L L?wery chose for her club Holds Meeting
lered with a pink 'orchid Her on-1 aau8hter s wedding a sliest dress The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
jr ornament was a single strand ,Jieredt ?lauve chantil'y lace club held their regular monthly
T pearls, given by her father to I ",a"-'""s d:lt,VUJ"'v rter cottee on weanesaay morning
Given in marriage by her fa father,
ther, father, the bride wore a gown of
,pale pink. The empire bodice of
lAlengon lace featured a square
neckline and long sleeves taper taper-jing
jing taper-jing to points over the hands.
.The princess lines of the bouf-
'fant organza skirt extended into
SPANGDAHLEM, G e r m a n v
A U.S. Air Force conn
martial has sentenced two An-.er
ican airmen to six months in jail
and $330 fines for possessing nar
cotics, officials announced Thur
day. Airman 1C Alexander Cole
man Jr., '23, of New York Ciiv.
and Airman 3C Todd G. Allen.
21, of Louisville, Ky., also recevett It was television which swent
bad conduct discharges. They; into town and gave Hollywood its
were arrested by German cus'oms biggest shakinc up. And'as more
police last spring while trying to and more TV emanr;'ed from
cross the border from Holland the Wpst Tnnst ih, inrfn.trv
in clubs but this lime West had
the goods on him.
ei oi ered to bet fh.t th
nd West' cards tvmiM
make a club slam and South al.
Woodward only a few weeks agol" .. u hd ne
i.i i : ii i-.j5 would only have inrrpocpri u:.
uiuiiBiiueu in no ur ceriain terms i...- ..
that she and her l.!hand. Paul i?""' teav-1 to you readers to
Newman, would "never own ';:. V" ,1. incre ,s slam
baby blue Thunderbirdr for a quick ;
drive to his walk-up apartment in
New York and his first love, the East
Academy Award winner Joanne
hgurr nut u,h iu-
home in Hollywood ." They e-eaoe dst ana yye.st--the
moment a picture is finished.
with marijuana cigare.tes in their
blended with Geniu
& Mellowed with Age
was a white hybrid or-
ner mother on their wedding day
1 Miss Christine Gibson of Gib-
Bpn, N. C, was maid of honor. 1 Immediately following the ce ce-JBridesmaids
JBridesmaids ce-JBridesmaids were Mrs. Arthur remony the bride's parents en en-BBBChand
BBBChand en-BBBChand of Winston Salem; Mrs. tertained at. a reception at their
Hwfsco Evans of Kinston, aunt home. Greeting guests and lntro-
OI tne Drine; and Miss Jane ;ducing them to the receiving line
PWOden of Arvin, California, and were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brock.
jBalboa, Canal Zone. Miss Linda j When Mr. and Mrs. Halvosa tne Fort
:MOore, goacniin oi
R;The bride's attendants
Mrs. Kay Rogers presided, and
Mrs. Erna Forkas was In charge
of refreshments. One guest. Mrs.
Eva Bigham, was welcomed by
the Club members. The next
meeting of the NCO Wives' will
be a social on Tuesday, July 22,
at 7:30 p.m. in the ballroom of
In H,r Majtatr
Clayton NCO Open
itoore, godchild of the bride, was (left for' an extended wedding trip :Mess- A11 NCO wlves wno nave
to New England and Canada. hte ,recenuy, arnvea ai tne roav are
wore bride was wearing a periwinkle especially Invited to attend.
Col. and Mrs. George Batcheldor
Give Rehearsal Dinner
Col. and Mrs. George Batchel Batcheldor
dor Batcheldor of Fort Clayton entertained
at a rehearsal dinner honoring
the members of the Mace-Wilson
wedding party at their quar quarters
ters quarters last evening. There were 60
guests. At the wedding, which
was held today at the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Chapel, Miss Jacqueline Wil Wilson
son Wilson became the bride of 2nd. Lt.
Dorese Waites To Attend
Dance Masters Convention
Dorese Waites, Canal Zone
dancing teacher, left early Sa Saturday
turday Saturday morning by plane for
New York where she will again
attend the convention bf the
Dance Masters of America, Inc.
She is accompanied on the trip
by her htfsband, and they plan
to visit in New Hampshire and
Rhode Island before returning to
tb n mm n IBBJ
an to study its craft. Actors'
workshops began to mushroom all
over the place, And fldt just for
the inexperienced starlets the old
pros came in to prfctice between
jobs and improve their technique.
Tony Quinn and Robert Ryan
formed a Shakeaspcare Acting
Group and Francis Lederer a
The theatre used to be in New
York, the movies in California,
and never the twain shall met,
But they have met. These i ys
actors fly from coast to coast at
the nroducers' demand, for a nlay
on Broadway or a picture wherev wherever
er wherever it's being made.
CIA. HtNRIUIZ. I. A..
VtNIDA IOUVA 7100. COLO
Conferences of the highest
order Cary Grant lunching with
his agent er a production meet meet-in?)
in?) meet-in?) for "Ben Hur" take place
around the pool of the Beverly.
Hills Hotel. One night a few
months ago Tony Franciosa and
Shellv Winters had dinner at
Sardi't in New York with a
Broadway stage director and
the following morning had
breakfast at the hotel in sunny
California with film director
Martin ("The Long, Hot Sum Summer")
mer") Summer") Ritt.
Today Hollywood covers the
worlds. Yul Brunner and Deborah
Kerr make a picture in Vienna
Q The bidding has been:
i South West North Bast
ll 1 4 a Double Paas
,2 Pass .' 3a Pass
You. South, hold:
A2 VA Q en Q 7 5 4 A 1(1 4
What do you do? s
A This is a toarh ne bat
three no-tramp is Indicated. Your
partner may hold no thin f la
hearts and be unable to try no no-trump
trump no-trump himself.
The bidding has been:
North Eaat Sooth West
1 if ?
You, South, hold:
4A2 VKJ97S 5 Q J S
What do you do?
Kut WU Sa,
The older a woman gets, the
more important some things be.
come. For instance instance-Looking
Looking instance-Looking as well. groomed and
neat as possible. A young woman
can sometimes get by with be
Ing careless about the way she
loons, bu. as a woman's yoth
ana Deauty fade she has
Miss Mareuerite Cassidy; Mr.
and Mrs. Henrv R. Whenever;
Miss ElMe Cbu; Mrs. Jean Clark:
Miss Margaret 'Coleman: W
Helen Coleman; Leonard Collett;
Mr. ar-.i Mrs. Horace m. Culnpp-
Der; Mrs, Virginia D. Cunning-
hum and daughter: Mrs. Alice
D'A'ba; Mr. and Mrs. Luther E,
Davis and two children; Mrs. Ra Ra-nuel
nuel Ra-nuel de la G de Povd- Mrs Do Dolores
lores Dolores P. de Boyd: Mrs. Dora Bovd
de Eletf ; -Mrs. Nievs Pere7 do
Alba; Mls Jean Dickson; Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Egan:
Mrs. Mildred Fa?an; Mr. and
Mrs. John B. Fields and two chil children;
dren; children; Dr. ar-1 Mrs. Alfredo Ft Ft-;ueroa:
;ueroa: Ft-;ueroa: Mr. nd Mrs, Frank 8.
Flumch and.fbur children; Miss
Elizabeth Flumach: Col. and
Mrs. Thomas F. Flynn: Miss
Ruth Glu"kman; Mrs. C. Gor Gorman;
man; Gorman; M1ss Catherine Gorman;
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Grib Grib-bons;
bons; Grib-bons; Miss A"ne Hberle; Mrs. Rhea
Haiby; Franch J. HTingto'i;
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hendricks
nd three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Kendrick Johnson ;, MiM Jane
Kiernon; Mrs. Oorothv Kirkland;
Mrs. Ro-a'E! KJ!lni Mr. end Mrs.
Frank Koeni ard .two children;
Mr. Hfrry Kuhn;
Mr. and "Mt Wvde ff, EaTJlairT
Mr. and Mrs. WiUism Lanen Lanen-ham;
ham; Lanen-ham; Gnevlftye P, Ing; MHs
Lydia LulSilsch: Mrs. Marguerite
MaiJhis; Miss' Joan Marx; Miss
Mary Mfxwell; Mr,., ftpd Mrs.
Krlk Micheisen; Mr. and Mr.
Hnrl F, Moehrke and son; Mrs.
Ethel Mortell ; Mr. and' Mi's; John
O'Donnell and three children;
M'tthew 01 well;
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Parmit;
If r. A nUllll..- ""U
j w L,iIT ,. r""li'B daughter; Mrs
Zr anu ts- lands; James B
m. ruuic ,n., tviiu huu, xwi.
and Mr. Paul Porter: Paul A.
Porter Jr : MJsr chalice Porter;
Clifford Prunier: Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Rankin and four children:
William Reynolds; Mrs. Virginia
K. Roherts; Mr, and Mrs. 'Thom 'Thom-!
! 'Thom-! as c. Robertson and two chll chll-dren;
dren; chll-dren; Mr. and Mr. Howard Ros Ros-!
! Ros-! enberg; Mr. and Mrs. George J.
j Roth and daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sanders
and four children; Mr. and M".
I Walter Schick; Mrs. Josephine
ISchmitt; Mr. and Mrs. Donald
H. secrest and two children;
I Mrs. Helen Sellers; Mr. and Mr,
iFrancis Smith: Barbara ,T.
Smith: Howard H. Sprague: Al Al-wyn
wyn Al-wyn Sprague; Benjamin L.
Thomas; and Mrs. Pauline L.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vachi
and three children; Miss Johan
na Van Den Nieu wooer; Mr. ant
Mrs. Alfred J. Waldorf; Mw
Anne Wigon; Miss Adele Will
iams; Rabbi and Mrs. Nathai
Witkin and two children; Majol
Elsa Woilin; and Mr. Harold
Lt. Gov. Huh M. Arnold ae
companied by Mrs. Arnold an)
their two young Jiead the
list of 14 pSasseners scbetiulcl
up sail from Cristobal iuday at I
o clock for New Yr-k.
r Arnold is leaving the Cariai
Zone for his new post as con
mandin officer of the 20tn Enl
neer Briade Fort Bragg, Nortl
Passeners booked for Por:-au
Prince, Haiti, are RiCardo Bea Bea-da;
da; Bea-da; Mrs. Berta C. Cornel; Mr
and Mrs. Ernest Moore; Amb
sador and Mrs. Elias Perez Sosi
and mur children; Mr. and Mrs
Jacob Schwab; and Mr. and lirl
The cum olet e advinee nn.nn
ger list for New Y-irk follows:"
Mr. and Mrs. Charles AnrJer
son; Mrs. Mildred Anderson; Mb
..iiv. hub, 1, mr w arn un
while Charlston-Heston emotes jflPend upon good grooming to keep
Rome and Rex Harrison finishes a
flicker '.n Paris. (Ten years ago
xney an would nave been shooting
Being tactful and gracious. Th
young are o ten forgiven for tact.
on a studio sound stage or in front ss remarks, but the woman who
or a papier macne exterior on tne
Cary Grant and Ingrid Berg Bergman
man Bergman made 'Indiscreet' in London,
then she went to the north of
Wales for "The Inn of the Sixth
Happiness." John Wayne went to
Japan fo make his latest picture.
Marlon Brando at the moment is
in Ireland spotting likely back background
ground background location 'or his first in
The actor is back in his suit suitcase
case suitcase and he's happy once again.
Your baby must have all the wholesome nourishment
his Klim formula provides to resist illness . develop
properly . grow strong and healthy. Since Klim is
so easy to digest, your baby gets more nourishment
from each feeding... with fewer stomach upsets. Buy
pure, safe Klim milk far your baby.
VITAMIN O AOMO
"tie )uJj wjSIJb Lmj IooJou
if wT36iden's--w oot to b oof
has lived long enough to know
better isn't so- quicklv ford ven
ior remarks mat hurt.
.Nurturing her friendships. Dur.
ing the busy years of her life a
woman can get by without close
iriends, but as the demands on
a woman s tim and energy less
en sne needs friends more and
Keeping up with what is going
on in tne woriq. .mere is no age
limit in the world of ideas. The
older woman who wants to be
good company or those who are
younger than she is tries to keep
up with things of general inter,
Being cheerful. The older a
woman gets, the more she has to
complain about, it seems. She
must constantly fight the tempta.
tion to make conversation of her
Uaing her time and strength
wisely. As older person can com compensate
pensate compensate for slowing down physic.
any ny tne wise use of time and
energy. The older person who
seems to have as much pep as a
much younger person is one who
hat learned how to conserve
strength and use time to the best
Looking for opportunities to be
helpful. An o'der womsn never
feels so young as when she is a
ble to do something for someone!
Being genuinely kind. Kindness
brings a softness and sweetness
to a older face that a woman
can get at a beauty salong or out
of jars and bottles.
HIAT CANCILS WORK
BIRMINGHAM, England (UPI)
"Twelve hundred workers at
a chocolate factory were leld
stay home from work today. It
was too hot for the chocolate to
FROM 6 to 10 P.M.
WILL AGAIN BE
FEATURED AT THE
Your Choice Of a
Variety Of Mexican
ADDED ATTRACTION ,:
Playing South Ot The
Mugnier; col. ar,0 Mrs. H.wl
Mi Arnold and two sons; Mr. an
u"- -?ert w- B,i,ey; Mr- an
Mrs. Milton Barkas and son; Mrs
Mrs. Wick Barbieri; Mr. ani
Marjean Baughman and tw
sons; Miss Rolande A. Belangeri
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Berke; Mr!
and Mrs. George Bettis; Mis
Helen 3e lis; Miss Belen Blach
man; Mr. and Mrs. James P
Boukalis and three children; Mist
Chariot Boop: John; K. far
ton; Miss Gene.ieve Bwdny;
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Colons!
Miss Herlinda R. Crespu; jlij
and Mrs. Edward J. Gullen; Mr
Mary H. Daly and two children
Mrs. Venlur' nvis; Mr. u n i
Mrs. Morris D'Elia; Mr. and Mrs
Thomas J. Doran and sdh; sit
and Mrs. Webster G. Farell anj
three children; Mrs. Lucille C
Feeney; Mr. and Mrs. A. FioreJ
lino; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert C. Fo$
ter and daugher; Mr. and Mrs
Lewis FreiHIanri; gn(j rjr a r j
Mrs John R Geis and two chil
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Giom
betti: Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Goef
ke; Dr. and Mrs. George N. Gor,
man; Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Grif
fon and three hildren; Miss Car.
mita Hayes: Mrs. Edna Nszel
to(J; Mrs. Elizabeth M. Hi'ny
Mr. Jane E. Kennedy; Mrs. Em
m Lk Manna; Mf- and 'Mr
Robert W. Lane, and two liii
dren; James Langfmd Jr., D
and Mrs. MiltWJ. Law and wn)
Mr. anc Mrs. Julius Lefkovitzt
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis!
Mis$ Ecith London;
Mrs. Maud McfarlandJ Misi
Marian Stay; Miss Helen Mvj
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Molir.aV
Mr. and N'rs. Abraham Moss; Mr,
ana Mrs. Andrew C. JNaev a n i
Alice C. News
Miss Kose E. OiBrien.
Rev. and Mrs. Gilver H. Pfeif
fer; Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rick tin;
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roche; Mf
and Mrs. Harold Char; Miss So-'
phie Schnitzer; Dr. and Mrs. San
dor Silver; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Silmkins; Mrs. Mildred Stone anj
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tctiey;
Mr. and Mrs. Geore A. Thit
deau and son; Mr. and Mrs. Rnlv
ert A. Truman: Miss Ksthtyn 0.
Wahh; Miss E'he1 Walsh; Mis!
Emily Walsifer; Mr. and M r s.
Harold S. Waltsnn: Mt' S1W
Werther; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
West anH di)iihter; Mr. and
Mrs. Neil H. Wilson and son; Rojr
M. Wilson: Mrs. Carolvn S W$
man; and Miss Gloria Wunderllch.
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SATURDAY, JTTtT li, ItM
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
. ; ;
at ail a3
Church of Christ
MftiewABii at Mtiimn
Sunday 4 JO o.
toco li Mriwt lhubch
MmuBd aieltworUi tuft
i fc-Lii m
w.uO honour jao p.m.
rutsi MAri'im chumcm
Balboa Itoighta, C Z
27 Aucm Boulevard
Dtowei H Halbo Height
Phnne bUlboa 1721
William H. Beeby. t astor
Baptist 'Training Union ....
Evangelistie SUrvlc ......
Prayer MUn. Wednesday.
W M S Bible Study fhura fhura-day
day fhura-day ........
Mn Brotherhood tLaei
Monday in month
HKST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Anu al 5th Str'
Margarlla, Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C. far hat. Pastor
Mornina Worship ..
Baptist t'rainini Onion. ... o.i J.3p aim
Evenino Worshfp ,-"' J
iri.lhunnod. Tutday T.onn rn
tayer Service, Wearissaayr 7 KM) pm
yv M.U 11 .ira enay.
ti.A.. M- Sunoaama(
' Salvation Army
i tNoti-.o. umtnatlunal EVangelhtte
Major A Mra. W. Bishop
15 February Street, Phon: 28-20064
11:00 Holiness Meeting
. 3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy A Mrs. C L. Moieley
11 ;O0 Holiness Meeting
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
3:00 Sunday School
Church School, with Adult Bible
Sr. Captain A Mrs. H. flrant
14th S.reet. Phone 38-743
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 Salvalion Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
Envoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
TheRev. Oacar W. Orson. Pask.
Balboa Road vat San Pablo Street
S... ..raaa Thiireh Office 2-3236
9 30 a.m. Church, School Free bus
aervice. Ctasa for all ages
10:30 ajn. Worship Service The
sisuinn for Nuraerv. Kinder
and Primary Depts Church
time Nursery tor chndren iinder 8 vr.
COO p.rn. Junior High Fellowship
Post High retiowanip.
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
T:30 SalVatiOn Meeting
C Service of Worship. 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. IM-
MMrga?iUAAve. and Bolivar Hwy
R,v. Thaodor E. rantrtln Paster
Phones: Office. 8:2
fc"3torttSrch school Bus.jervic
Classes: Nursery through i adult
11:00 a.m. Mornlna Worship.
Nnr en for Infants and small ehil
Vflo 'om. Junior Fellowship.
5 .J F S!.Mi r.llnwshln.
A corfni eta "hedule of auxiliary ae
j ..mm.i meetings an-
nm.n"ed from week to wee.
Berwalher M. Alarjn. Pa.l.r
ftrr -47" Res ..1H
'30 am Sunrtav Sroni
10 0 m Vnmlng Worship
Official meetlnes and week-d.v -etl
titles ae announced
ClMftkM Oh mm toMt to Hm CmuI Ze, ) Mm t.rmmal ot.e
mwi 4ik to writing y Wer.eay aeaa at k late .f My
for Mm earning Saturday churth
Mint.ren. church IMMtimi n4 chMl.m. r eka" to inter th.
M Pin to ana- Colon. Heguhlie l Panama, esteao vikomi it H
timet to M ant women ot th arm service. M to civilijn neioh neioh-hof
hof neioh-hof i, (ntndi ana trangr. ',
At public strvico. The Panama American lift helow, by denomi denomination!,
nation!, denomination!, netice et heun ot worihi and othai refute) actiyitiet.
. Listings are rotated trom time to time Denomination! hiving only
one or two cenf r.e.tioni are lidWej under "Other Churches Service!
A special tinf it included for semen at Army orti, Ait Farce hatei
en Naval ttatieni.
HT. MARY'S UMIJfttCH Bsalbea .The Sat. Rev Hrbei fioodeei. HO
Sunday Maw: 7:00. I oft 10 90 ana
12:00 a.m x
Hoiv Day Ma.ar.ea: M. 100. 11 a m
Jld 5 :00 p.m
Confession. tortUMtoj, M to
and 7:00 to 8 00 p m Thui-sriay. before
First Frtrtoy; 7:00 to,J0
Miraculoua Medal Novena: 7:00 pan
CatodltoJi fclasa- otter th. i:0D maw
SACKKU Ht.AET Abcoo
Sunday Mas.ee i:S5 7 JO A 0:80 a.nv
Holy Da v maaoea: 111 m anJ 5:00
Contoaaiona. aauuuaj a.ou io a.w
:1S :00 p.m. Thuraday before ftnri
Friday i:00 p,v
Sacred Heart Devotlona: 7:00 o.am eet
Catechism Clam: : to .S e aa, on
OUR LADY Of KATIMA CaeOOda
Sunday Mess at 8:00 am
Holy Day Mas at 0:30 p.m
Confessions: :0 to (:4a pm on Sat
Catechism Class: oeruraay a:av to iu
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:18 a m
Holy bay Mass at :0o p m
Weekday Masses: :00 a m
Confessions: Saturday 3 JO to 440 and
li 30 tn 1:30.
Catechism Claaat Sunday ana to e:eai
Miraculous Medal novena; 4:uu p.m
convert iMtrucuaeui aaumey i vv
ST. VlNCKNr raaaato Uto
Sunday Masaas. 6:00 and 8 JO a.m.
Holv Day Masses. 1:30 and 8:00 p.m.
(It it fall on Saturday the Masses are
:00 end 8:30 am i
Confessions: Saturday 3:00' to 3:00 and
i:00 ta 1:00 p.ffl Thursdays bafare first
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Station
tion Station of th Ore; Friday 710 it,m
Catechism Clae: After 8:80 mass an
Convert Class. (JO pan. Tuesday and
Sunday Mass: 3 JO am.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 a m tit It fail
on Saturday -8:30 a.m.i
Catechism ciasa: 330 10 o:w pm on
Monday ,41 :
Confeealons: 3:00 to 8:30 a m Sunday
ST JOH.N BAPTIST Dfc LA SAiXS
Sunday Masses 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Day Mass 6.3(1 Mon Thure.
asU. ,nri ami RHrsi Fridav mass: 6:00 a.m.
Holv Dhy Masses 6.00 ajn, to :0H
CMteaatone: 3:30 to (JO and 10 to
8:00 p.m. h saiuroay
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday l
Catachlam Cu 3:30 p.m on Sunday
SI rUEKE8K-S La (toe
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO pro
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 8:30 p.m
Confessions. Saturday :.10 to 7:30 p.m
rk..u hfn, First Friday 6:30 p.m.
Catachlam Clasa; 3:15 p on Sunday.
iirfi h..t 1 Novena 7 :00 p m or)
Convert Class: (:30 p.m on Thursday
, ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S Catoa
Sunday Masses. 5:45, 8 00 and 9:15 .m
Holy Day Masses: 8:45 and 8:00 a.m
and 5:45 p.m
Contassions. saturoay :uw w f.
7 :00 to 8:00 p m
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novona. t riday ( :ia p m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m
Convert Class- 7 15 p.m on Mondays
Catecnism Lie. Sunday iu:i a m w
11:45 am 3:00 p.m to 4:00 pm
rirM vi4u Fvnnitlrn of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all rjay Reposition et 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning
First Saturday Devotions to our lioj
of f gtlrlta Th'i HoTy Rosary-5:00 a m.
rirt f'nminun nn mslructtons lor cnu-
dren Mondays end Thursdays 6:00 to
1 00 p m
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses 7:00,8:00 and 10:30a.m.
Holv Day Masses: e:on --no am ano
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 6:00 and
7:00 to 6:00 pm After Rosary each eve-
Miraculous Medal Novena 1 3:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After aaw Mass on
f irst rrtday Exposition an nay ouring
the school Year.
First Saturday! Mas at 8:00 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Misses: 7:30. 9 30. 1 1 -.v. a in
First Saturday Masai 6:00 a. m.
Weekday Masses .. .. 9:00 a.m
Sa.urday 7:00 p.nf. to 9:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masse' 7:80 am 8:13 pm
Confession :i:48pl to 4:48 p.m
Parish Family Rotary and
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 JO p.m
let Friday Devotlona
1st Saturday Devotions
ST VINCKNTSRatohaw City
Sunday Mamas' 6 .30 m and giOO
Holy Day Mas: 6J0 .m nd 60
Confessions 4:00 lo 8:00 and can to
8:00 n.m Safjrdav
Cgtechlam Ciasa: 10:45 a.m. an lunday.
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Modal Novena: ) 00 a.m
sscrea Heart flovana: 7:00 o.m. an
r rms v
to yjoo o
Csierhtarr) CI- 4:00 nm on Monrlar
OUR LADY OF (VOOD COUNSEL
m: 7:00 and 1:30 am.
Holv Day Masses: 6:00 a.m and 1:00
. Contealona Saturday I' m
alter an evening oevetivn.
tapilsfn by appolntmant
Miraaiilou Model Nnveti I JO pm
oa li'day i, i
Fd""' "" N"v,n ''W D'n M
Sunday school: g:80 pm. on Sunday
Religious liMtruotlon Class far Chii
dran:,:00 am an Thuraday
Rellalous Inslnictton for adulta I Can Can-dueled
dueled Can-dueled In Spanish): 7:00 a.m en Ma)-
Convert e(ruetaV ar enoolnrmei.t
The Very Key Malawi 4 reterson,
TMS CATHEDRAL Of ST. LUKE
7.30 e.m Holy Communion.
9:15 a m Church School I Holy Com
Ismunion 3rd Sunday i
:30 am. Santa communion, ara sun-
Kscueia Lminic,ai ;ie s ni
11:00 a.m Morntnl Prayer and Ser
men. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
T 100 p jn Evenma service.
4J0 alb. Holy Communion.
70 a to Cvanln Prayer
COO a n. Holy Communion,
a 30 a re Holy Communion
8:18 ia Morning Prayw
17 00 Mi. day Missionary Prayer.
Church at St. Andrew
The Rev William IV Baldwin,
Prieat In t'harae
Holy Communion 1 JO a.m
Family Prayw and
Chureh School :S0 a.m
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion 80 a.m
Chapel ot The Uood Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W, Wayaa,
Prieat ta Charge
a:ou a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Triday each Month).
St. Simon's Chuivh
The Rev. John Spear Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mark . :oo e.m
Church School 3:00 pm
Episcopal Youiia Churchmen t :00 pm
Evnsnna and Sermon 7 JO p.m
Momma prayer ana noiy
Communion 9:00 a m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p ro
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
Holy Communion 7:n a.m
Morning. Prayer t:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Family Eucharist a:wam
Off lc of Coaapllne . . . 9 :00 p.m
' St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest m Charge
Morning Pryf and cnurcn
School :00 .m
Sibri 10!80 o.m
Confirmation Class 9:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism 12 00 noon
Evensonc and Address 1 i v m
Woman'. Auxiliary 7 JO p m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Commtmlon ... 9:00 am
Chapel of (he Holy Comforter
Von L. B Shirley. Prieat la Charge
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
Church of SI Margaret
Rftpavr and Braros Blvd
The Rev. Jess K. Renew, Rector
7:30 am Holy Communion
9:45 a.m Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist.
I'MURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
3:30 m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wenrt.
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
6:00 a..o Choral Eucharist
9:30 a.m Infant Baptism.
3.W) r b -hurch School
i heir, It Buildink 131 j
S:ifl u.m Youth Fellowship
7 (0 i m Evensong and Address
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.80 Din Woman Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Merlin
St Paul s Church
The Yen Lemuel B Shirley, Recta
The t Pitt R Atwell Deatnt)
6:00 a.m. Holy Comm.inlon
l id a.m Suna Eucharist A Sermon
m:4S s ai Maming Praver and Church
i2:i)0iici Holy Baptism
7 00 r,.m Solemn Vesper
8:30 a m Holy Communion
7 :30 p m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
6:6t ni Hoiy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
iHURs. AYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 n. Holv Communion
6 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
- Episcopal -Colon.
ipppaaite Hotel Waahlngton)
The Rev. Jama Peter Farmer, Rector
The Re. Henry A. Blake. Assistant
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
3.30 a m Morning Prayer
9:9c a.m Choral Ihjetuu-ist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School -7
JO p.m. Solemn Evensong nd Ser
6.00 am Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m Morning Prayer.
:oo p.m Evening Pray at.
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 ajn, Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
T OO a.m. Morning Prayer
9 00 a m. Children's Eucharist.
5:00 p in. Evening Praver
6 00 a m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p m. Ivanlng Prayer.
7 30 n.m Compline and Meditation
MONDAY, TUESDAY THURSDAY
St Christopher's Church
1 0th Street, .rou. Lf.vr
Th. Bar Clareae w. Bayaa.
Priest to Charge
The Rev Clarence A. GragwaaV,
6:00 a.m Holy Communion.
7:30 am Sung Eucharist and Sv rmon.
10 JO a.m Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 noon Holy Baptism
a:ao p.m Evensong and Lermon
7 JO p.m 1st and 3rd. woman a Ausrl-
:30pm Junior Daughter of th
7:30 p.m Youth Fellowship.
8:00 a m Holy Communion.
7 O0 o m Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 pm Girls Friendly Society.
8.00 p.m 1st end 3rd. Singletons.
0:30 a m junior Confirmation Clai
CHURCH OF THE MAZAKENB
448 rrangipani St. Ancon C.Z.
Rev. Elmer O Nelson Pattor
Box 287 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 2602
Sunday School 9:43 am
Worship Service 10:45 am
Youth Service 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7 JO p.m
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panama Wesley.
10:30 a.m. Sunday School.
" 7:15 p.m: Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paralso
10 a.m. Paraiso Sunday school.
" 7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENR
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hyeong
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday School 9:45 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama' RJ. 23rd Street East
Mae k. N Brawn. Minister
Divine Worship 30 a.m.
Sunrlav School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo. RJ.
Sunday School 8:00 p.m
Mfcetlna-s Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm Wlr2 Memorial
006 Balboa Road naiooa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday s ou a.m.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary. Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road. Gattm
Sunday scnoor. sunoay 1 j
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 a.m
CtlRlirfDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldlg. Minister
Phnn. Res g.1-7116 Of. 83-3103
Sunday School 9:30 a. m
i a ..l nit for every acel
Morning Worship 11:90 a.m
v,,k Vilnshln 6:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship I'M Pm
Praver and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey In provided.
m.i athoi IC CHURCH
,.ch.rist- timrtv at l JO a.m.
Tueealay. Wadnasday and Thursdays
:c-f JU..,,. unction iHaollna tar
vice I First Sunday of each month al
7 JO p ro.
Mont Hall bet Christian Chnrch
Panama R P
Rt Rev T lamar. D D Bishop
Morning devotion XX
Fellowship Worship 11 :00 a m
m..-A... i-hnnl 3:00 p.m
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sunday School m
Morning Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 0 p.m
"Visitors are weicome at all services
si rirvt Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen. Panama City
Informal Taias ana uiacussiona
Thursdays .-J0 ojb.
Caian. stn at rront oireem
(upstairs American Bataar)
.Thursday. 7 JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
tspalaba St., Paralo, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stetyart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: S:00 cnon nenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THF. CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rev, William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St.. Col6n
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 GOD
Mrs. M. Hlnes Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Mornlna Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF DOG
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sts.
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 0:30 a m
Mornlna Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
Diablo Heights. CZ.
(near DlaMo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box 39 Diablo Heights C Z
Phones: Heme. Gtmhfla 217
Church Balhoa 6271
in oo a m
11 00 a.m
7 :30 p m
1:30 p m
Wednesday: Bthi study
and Prayer Service ...
RF.EBF.MER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balhoa Road al Wight Street
Rev Ruben F (iushirk. Pastoi
P O 'Bos 666. Halbea
Sunday School. Bible clan :00 a.m.
Divine' Service 10:13 a m
Holy Communion, first Sunday of 'he
Former ehapei of Our Saviour' Epla Epla-oop
oop Epla-oop I chapel 3rd St. and MelendeO Ave.
Mr. Eagrne H. Deaner, Vlear
Sunday School. Bible Class 9 00 a.m
Divine Ssrvic 10:18 ajn.
Holv Communion, last Sunday of tht
Jewtn Weltare Board Bid I92-X La
ttoia Scan Balboa. C.Z R; bbi Nathan
Servic Friday 7 JO o.m Saturaav
I Sea ae uatina ot Jewish services
UTrer ois Bases and Stations i
CougttgHtion Kol Shearith israei Ave-
niurt Cibs and 36th Street. Bella Vista
P'liamr City Services 8:00 p m
C'HaUSUAN aClhNL HLlil Ill s
first Church 01 Christ. Scientist Ancor
5o Ancon Boulevard
juuaa 11:00, Weonesdav :0t am
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
r'jrsi cnurvii at ChiiM. ocleatiu. Cristobal
13th Sueet A Bolivai Hlahway
Stunrlav School Cgtl .m
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday COO p.m.
Posts and Bases
FORT AM A DO it
Sunday School 9:0C
Morning Worship 10 00
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
Sunday School (Building No.
Morning Worship 10:30
Thuraday Evening Mid-Week
Service '. I JO
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Hato 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer Christian Union Thur. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Adult Bible Ciasa NCO Clubi..
Morning Worship 9:30 & 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:3(1
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School :jv
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First aunaay
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station. Summit...
Sunday Masses .......
. 6:30 A
Saturday Masses .
8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday Mass ....
Sunday Massea ....
7:45 A 12:00
... 7 :0I)
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass i
AI.BHOOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 5 ;30
Sunday School-Bldg. 253 .... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday 7 :'w
KYBB Wednesday Post ":hapel 6:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 7:3
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:30
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo'
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
Daily Mas 7:00
Sunday Mass 9:30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
'H :4a '3k'
. 6:00 Sk
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Greek Orthodox ervlce re conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the Anuncltion
Via Belisario Porrss, San Francisco de
la Caleta. Panama City. R.P.. and at
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendei, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 9:80. For further Information,
call the Ottice ot tne army mapiain
Weekly Services in all church
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 e.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study and Prayer Service
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W H. Waller-Tel 2S-3-3506
Cabo Verde, Ave J. F d la Ossa
No 17 Chorrlllo 25th No, 27 t Pue Pue-lilo
lilo Pue-lilo Nueyo 2 A St between 8rd and 4th
Sis. Rio Abajo llth No. 27 Gamboa
Pastor G. D. Williams-Tel. 6 580
Paslor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6 102
Spanish Churches Pacini- Bide Panama
Pastor Noruerto Qulro
Panama. Calle Darlen No 3
Pedregal A Nuevo Cuarare.
Pasiot G. A. Jeffrie Tel. 38 828L
Cristobal English 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Crtriobel Spanish-lath A Bolivar Ave
op.44 Gavllan RoadTel. 2-1839 1
"Profession and Expression" is
the title given to the sermon to
be preached by the Rev. Frank,
lin, pastor of the Margarita U U-nion
nion U-nion Church at the 9:30 a.m.
service in Coco Solo and the 11
a.m. service in Margarita to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, l
Mrs. James Roane, wife of the
Chaplain's assistant at Fort Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick will be the guest soloist at
the Margarita service. Assisting
the pastor in the ministry of hos hospitality
pitality hospitality at Margarita will be Mr.
and Mr. John M. Purvis, Jr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Mc Mc-Graw
Graw Mc-Graw at Coco Solo.
Monday evening at the church
the executive leaders, the Church
Counci', will gather at 7 p.m. In
the absence of the council chair,
man, Carl F. Maedl, Rufus O' O'Neal
Neal O'Neal will act as moderator.
Missionary sewing group will
meet in the educational room at
the church Tuesday morning. Mrs.
Ann Downing, chairman of the
group states that anyone interest, j
ed in this type of Christian serv-1
ice is welcome to unite with the
group. Those unable to sew'
will be given other assignments.
The group meets at the church i
twice month'y. however, much o j
the work is done in the various
The new officers of the Cristobal :
Council 1689, Knights of olum olum-bus,
bus, olum-bus, for the year 1958-1958, were
installed Tuesday evening at the
council chambers in Margarita by
the District Depuly E. Greene and
District Warden M. Hal!ey.
The new officers are Grand
Knight B. K. Levin, Deputy Grand
Knight D. Rivera, Chancellor P.
! Brooks, treasurer M. ffrzesinski.
financial secretary G. Marceau.
recording secretary G. Martinc
Warden S. Williamson, guards J.
Blanchette and G. Husted, advoc
ate L. Celucci, lecturer G. Demers
and trustee G. Craig.
Upon assuming office levin
presented to craig the past grpn-i
Knight's pin in recognition for his
work during his past year's ter.n
of office. After the presentation,
the new graird knight discussed
briefly plans and programs for
the coming year and introduced
the key charimen upon whom will
rest the major success of .lie coin,
ing year's work.
The chairmen named are: Gen General
eral General program W. Drell, council
activities V. Hodges, fraternal act
ivities R. Stokes, religitJus n ctivij ctivij-ies
ies ctivij-ies commttee J. Rianchette, mem
bership F. Perez youth activities
J. Zaharavich and public relations
A special meeting for the heafs
of committees is planned for Tues.
day evening. The next regular
meeting of the council will be held
July 22 which is planned as a
"clergy night" to honor Father
Murphy and Father Koslowski up
on their transfer to the Pacific
POLAND OUSTS ISRAELITE
WARSAW, Poland (UPD The
Polish government has orderp orderp-the
the orderp-the first secretary of the Israeli
legation out of the country for
alleged "activity contrary to the
interests of Poland." The govern,
ment charged today that
Jacob Barmore tried to enlist TV
lish citizens in anti Polish
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7:30 EVENINO SERVICES
NUSER1ES PROVIDED FOR EVERY SERVICS
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Registrations are now
Tahoga Island Youth
Call Balboa 1727
In a world so unstable, find stability. Aiiild the world's
contusion, come apart for peace. The study of the
1 inspired Word will give you peace and assurance. No
time like the present to get started in S. 3.
11 .00-" ARE you READY for CHRIST'S COMING?"
Many scoff, some laugh, millions disbelieve that Christ
is coming to earth again. Christ said He would come
again. Over and over the Bible teaches His coming. Hear
6:00 JET CADETS and HI SCHOOL
7:00 "THE EULLNESS of the HOLY SPIRIT"
Do you know that we are commanded to be filled With
the Spirit? What will His fullness mean to christians.
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being; received for our annual
Bible Camp July 28, Aug. 8.
for further information.
In the eyet of God, you are so
important that He gave Hi6 Qnly
Son for your redemption ...Are
you giving Him His rightful
place in your heart and life?
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(Classes for all ages)
1957. Th Nutll
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78 313 68 109 .348
63 258 30 85 .330
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58 185 15
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. NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Gernert, Red Sox
(Based on 7 decisions)
fMcMahon, Braves 6 1 .857
Farrell, Phillies 6 2 .750
Phillips, Cubs 6 2 .750
IKoufax, Dodgers 7 3 .700
fPurkey, Redlegs 10 5 .667
JSpahn, Braves 10 5 .667
Semproch, Phillies 10 5 6R7
IWorthington, Giants 8 4 .667
IDelook, Red Sox 8 0 1.000
(Turley, Yankees 13 3 .813
ILarsen, Yankees 7 2 .778
fSullivan, Red Sox 7 2 .778
JPappas, Orioles 6 2 .750
A POWERFUL OUTDOOR ADVENTURE!
THE LAW PAYS HIM TO KILL..,
AND TONIGHT HE'LL
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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38 36 .514
37 36 .507
40 40 .500
37 38 .493
37 42 .468
34 44 .436
Cincinnati at Los Angeles
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Chicago
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
Pittsburgh 000 050 2007 1
Chicago 010 000 1002 6
Kline (8-9) and Hall:
Drabowsky (8-8), Nichols,
ry, Hobbie and S. Taylor.
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010 030 0004 11 2
Jay (3-3), McMahon and Crand Crand-all.
all. Crand-all. Drysdale, Labine, Klipstein (3
4), Erskine, Williams and Rose
Cinci. 000 000 031 004 9 3
San Fco. 003 010 000 003r-7 10
Haddix, Schmidt, Kellner, rtck rtck-er,
er, rtck-er, Jeffcoat (4-5) and Baley.
and Thomas, R.
Phila. 020 000 0002 8 1
St. Louis 021 001 02x 6 13 1
Sandford (6-7), Miller, Gray an 1
Jones (5-7) and Landrith.
All His Work
Is On Canvas
NEW YORK (NEA1 Harwood
Crawford is a commercial artist
who does brilliantly plumaged
birds for a calendar company.
As Mickey Cra-wford, his rising
24. year-old welterweight will put
tan exhibition of his work in an.
other line on canvas at Madison
Square Garden, July 11, when he
boxes Caspar Ortega, a capable
Mexican, in a scheduled 10. round
To provide aesthetic satisfac
tion, young Crawford is putting
on an exhibition of his art work
the same week.
ROBERT MONTGOMERY In
"MAN IN THE DARK"
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38 39 .494 13
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36 41 .460 lb
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Cleveland at New York
Chicago at Boston (2)
Detroit at Washington
.Kansas City at Baltimore
Cleve. 000 100 0203
iew York 001 140 41x 11 14 i
Narleski (10-6), Constable, Mar
tin and Brown.
Turley (13-3) and Berra, How Howard.
ard. Howard. Chicago. 100 000 0001 8 1
Boston 000 100 32x 6 7 :
Wilson (7-7), Lown and BatWy
Delock (8-0) and Berberet.
Kansas City at Baltimore
Detroit 401 000 005 13 0
Washington 100 001 2026 15 3
Bunning, Fisher (3-5) Aguirre
Kemmerer, Clevenger, Hyde
(i-ij ana Courtney.
In R.P. Cage
W L Pet.
6 1 .857
5 1 .833
4 2 .667-
4 3 .571
2 5 .286
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Wednesday night's results
Panama 91 Kent 76
Malboro 68 Perfection 61
Panama vs Carta Vieja
Cerveza Balboa vs Nacional
Play continues In the Pan Panama
ama Panama cage loop tonight with
the aggressive Panama quintet
tackling the Carta Vieja Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in the opening contest
and second plane Nacional
playing the third place Cerve Cerveza
za Cerveza Balboa in the afterpiece.
Tonight's contests will be
dedicated to Luis (Rombito)
Perez, injured star of last
year's Cervea Balboa team. Pe Perez
rez Perez broke a leg early this
year playing soccer at the
Coach Zachrisson and h 1 s
charges, fresh from a surprise
victory over Kent are out to
continue thejr winning ways
over luckess Carta Vieja. The
Zonians are still smarting over
their half dozen setbacks, and
are yet to taste the nectar of
victory. This Is the second
meeting between both clubs, the
Panama lads being victorious
in the first encounter by an 83
to 76 score.
The afterpiece with Nacional
and Cerveza Balboa should
prove a real thriller. Balboa will
depend on veterans Edgardo
White, Miguel Marsh and Dario
DeLeon, while Nacional pins its
hopes on Luzcando, Again and
Reyes. On the previous tussle
between these two clubs, the
Eletamen easily defeated the
Brewers by a 71 to 56 count.
Wednesday Night's Games
Led by diminutive Ricardo
Checa with 26 points and Emi Emi-lio
lio Emi-lio Sonell with 18, Panama Cig
arettes turned the tables on
favorite Kent by a 91 to 76
score. For the losers it was,
Elias Colley with. 26 points and
Bobby Christopher With 24 as
the outstanding factors. Christ Christopher
opher Christopher now leads the league in
scoring with 145 points.
Marlboro experienced a tough
battle in the nightcap when
Perfection played them to a
standstill in a match which was
tied up in no less than on sev seven
en seven occasions, the last one with
five minutes of play remain remaining,
ing, remaining, at 52 all. However, with
Eddie (Tico'l Bermudez and
Emmett Bryant turning on the
heat in the final minutes of
play, Fifl Tom's men managed
to emerge with a 68 to 61
triumph Bermudez' 17 and
Bryant's 15 were high lor the
winners, while Davis Peralta
paced the losers with 19 poin
and Lionel Campbell with 13
JUMPiRl SAP III
WILMINGTON, Del, (NEA) Ft.
voritei over the jumps st Dela Delaware
ware Delaware Park won 60 per cent of the
time. Choices among flat racers
for the same period finished first
only 13 per cent of the inns.
VFW Teeners Play Lasf Game
Before Departing For U.S.
Results Of Second Weekly
Balboa Swimming Meet
Competition among the con contestants
testants contestants was keen in this, the
2nd of the 5 weekly Swim Meets
held at the Balboa Pool, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Summer Recreation
Board in cooperation with the
Schools Division. There were a
number of ties for the weekiy
prizes and also on the points for
the final awards.
All competitors are reminded
that in order to be eligible for a
final award, they must attend a
minimum of 3 meets. Any boy or
girls who wishes to swim in the
next meet, July 18, will be wel welcome.
come. welcome. During a short intermission
another diving exhibition was
given by pupils of the Schools
Division' diving class. Edward
Bailey executed a Back Dive;
Mary Thompson, a plain front
dive; Duncan Summerford, a
jacknife; Roark Summerford, a
The results of the meet and
the number of points earned
6 year old girls, 1st Connie
Gordon, 5 points; 2nd Florence
Thompson, 3 points;
7 and 8 year old boys, 1st Jo Jo-dy
dy Jo-dy Summerford. 5 points; 2nd
Richard Mallahan 3 points; 3rd
John Whalen, 1 point;
7 and 8 year old girls, 1st Ann
Powelson, 5 points; 2nd Twila
Darden 3 points;
9 and 10 year old boys, 1st An Andy
dy Andy Jacobson, 17 points; 2nd Dun Duncan
can Duncan Summerford, 15 points; 3rd
Kenny Philips, 4 points.
9 and 10 year old girls, 1st Viv Viv-ianna
ianna Viv-ianna Kosan and Patsy Albrit Albrit-ton,
ton, Albrit-ton, 13 points each; 2nd Melanie
Whelan 5 points; 3rd Barbara
Hopkins, 3 points;
11 and 12 year old boys, lit
Jerry Mann, 14 points; 2nd
Stewart Brown, 12 points; 3rd
Roark Summerford, 10 points;
11 and 12 year old girls, 1st
Maggie Mahoney 20 points; 2nd
Gail Albrltton. 5 nolnts; 3rd
Jane Holgeron and Christina
Vogt, 4 points each;
13 and 14 year old boys, 1st
Frances Yost and Jean Walker,
11 points each; 2nd Betty van
Dyke, 10 points; 3rd Beverly
Philips, 2 points. 1
The Panama Canal Tarpon
Club is pleased to announce that
construction of the new club
building has started. This marks
the culmination of the dreams
and work of the club officers and
membership over the past dec decade.
ade. decade. The resulting club building
will be well worth the long wait
for the plans were drawn with
an eve toward both function and
G. A. Doyle and D. A. Yerkes
are the architects and the plans
incorporate the latest in club
design. The building is of cement
block construction with glass
and aluminum louvers. The
lounges, kitchen, and bar are
tiled. The club room opens on an
outside covered terrace.
Credit for the electrical plans
goes to E. O. Dailey, Pacific Area
Conversion Engineer. The con
tractor is Mr. E. O. Hauke.
The new building, overlooking
the 'Spillway, commands a view
of the Chagres River. The Club
will install outdoor grills and ta
bles for the convenience of the
members of affiliated organiza
tions. For those who prefer to
dine effortlessly, a kitchen in the
club will serve dinners and short
orders. A well stocked bar is sep
arate from the 'main club room
and is designed for future air
The Panama canal Tarpon
Club is the second oldest fishing
club in the western hemisphere
having been chartered In 1914.
It was founded by a group of
Canal diggers and friends who
had fished the Chagres River for
many years previously. The ori original
ginal original building was a small shack
erected in 1917. Additions were
made during the course of years
until finally it developed into a
family-type club where families
spent weekends, some spending
entire vacations. Those were the
days before there was a road a-
cross the Locks and food, fish fishing
ing fishing tackle, and other supplies
had to be carried.
On December 8, 1941, the day
after Pearl Harbor, the Panama
MAL de AMORES
with M. A. Mejia
8E LO CHUPO
15 and 16 year old boys. 1st
Ray Caldwell, 18 points; 2nd
Kenneth MacKenzie, 14 points;
15 and 16 year old girls, 1st
Pat Rogers, 15 points; 2nd Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Bowman 7 points; 3rd Ra Rachel
chel Rachel Van Dyke, 5 points.
The total points for the first
2 swim meets in the first 3 posi
tions in each age group are as
6 year old girls, 1st Florence
Thompson, 8 points; 2nd Connie
Gordon, 5 points;
7 and 8 year old boys, Jody
Summerford 10 points; 2nd
Richard Mallahan and William
! Robinson, 3 points each; 3rd Ed
ward BaMey and John Whalen,
1 point each;
7 and 8 year old girls, 1st Ma ry
Sexton and Ann Powelson 5
points each; 2nd Twila Darden,
9 and 10 year old boys, 1st An -dy
Jacobson, 35 points; 2nd Dun
can Summerford, 26 points; 3rd
Kevin Yocum, 5 points;
9 and 10 year old girls, 1st
Patsy Albritton, 33 points; 2nd
Vivianna Kosan, 13 points; 3rd
Zoe Ann Bierman, 10 points;
11 and 12 year old boys, 1st
Jerry Mann, 30 points; 2nd Ro Roark
ark Roark Summerford, 20 points; 3rd
Stewart Brown 19 points;
11 and 12 year old girls, 1st
Maegie Mahoney 40 points; 2nd
Gail Albritton, 17 points; 3rd
Jane Holgerson and. Christina
Vogt, 4 Doints each;
13 and 14 year old boys, 1st
Jim Wilson, 21 points: 2nd Gor
don Boswell, and Harrv Van
Loon 20 points each; 3rd William
Arey, 6 points.
13 and 14 year old girls. 1st
Frances Yost, 31 points; 2nd jean
Walker, 11 points; 3rd Betty Van
Dyke 10 points;
15 and 16 year old boys, 1st
Albert White, 20 points; 2nd Rv
Caldwell. 18 points; 3rd Kenneth
MacKenzie, 14 points;
15 and 16 year old girls, 1st
Pat Rogers, 35 points; 2nd Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Bowman, 19 points; 3rd Ra-
rhpl Van Dvke 5 nnints
n. uany on an poipi winners in
each age group is recorded and
posted on the bulletin board at
the Balboa Swimming Pool.
Tarpon Club s
Canal Tarpon club building was
demolished by the Army as an
illumination hazard to the Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Locks and the Hydroelectric
Station in the event of enemy
bombing attack. To make mat
ters worse, the Army also pro
hiblted all fishing on the Spill
way and the world famous Cha
gres River. In 1943, through tho
efforts of the club officers, the
Army officials relented and fish
ing was permitted between the
hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
With the cessation of hostlli
ties in 1945, and two years of
negotiations, the Tarpon Club
purchased from the Army three
Quonset huts and a mess hall
building which the Army had
built on the site of the old Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon Club. Because of a depleted
treasury these make-shift quar quarters
ters quarters were used as club buildings
with the idea ever in mind of
one day building a new club.
The charter members were an
interesting group. As far as can
be ascertained, only two of the
original members reside on the
Isthmus, Capt. C. B. Fenton and
W. D. Taylor. Other members,
picked at random include A. M.
Butcher, Dr. Conner, Joe W. cof coffin,
fin, coffin, E. M. Boggs, W. H. Bennett,
Gen. Rutherford, Sir Claude
Mallett, Col. S. W. Miller, David
T. Abercromble of 311 Broadway,
New YorK city, Chester A. Cot Cotton,
ton, Cotton, F. G. Whaler, p. R. (Patty)
Joyce, Gen. Geo. W. Goethals, H.
F. Sinclair of New York, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Fltzsimons of Newport.
R.I., C.B. Johnson and Theodore
Some of the well known local
early members were Max Bilgray
Dr. Vern Prier, Geo. C. Petrie,
Frank C. Hayes. A. E. Watts, Dr.
Surse Taylor, H. M. Thomas, F.
M. Sawyer, E. I. Palmer, R. W.
Grabhorn, Eugene J. Gregg,
Capt. John Anderson.
The guest book of the club re reveals
veals reveals that many famous visitors
have fished the Chagres River.
Among them were Howard Taft,
President of the United states;
Monnett B. Davis, American am-
with John Wayne
with Scott Brady
vs. P. Lefton (4-6)
The V.F.W. Teeners played
their last game before departing
on July 19 for the U.S. and took
a pasting from a pick-up team
from the Atlantic Twilight
League. The score was 9 to 2.
While the Twilighters were
making runs, the Teeners
threatened time and again but
could not produce the puncn
In winding up the season's
play on the Isthmus, the V.F.W.
Teener Baseball. League extends
its thanks to the many who vol unteered
their services to tb.e
V.F.W. Teeners in the finest spir spirit
it spirit of comunity service.
To Louis Scigliani, Robert
Smith and Edward Small, who
umpired, manv thanks. To Bill
Dobson and Ernest Cotton, score -keepers,
and Gil Morland. who
plaved a dominant part in sel selecting
ecting selecting the team, our gratitude.
Our thanks, too, to the bovs
who did not ouite make the
team but exhibited the highest
order of sportsmanship.
Our salute to the press for its
support and cooperation, and to
the American Legion Jun'nr
League boys and the Atlanta
Twilight Leaguers, who helped
the Teeners gain experience.
rv.i- tn fVi individuals.
merchants in Panama, fraternal,
social and other organizations
who donated so liberallv to send
the Teeners to the States.
To Ternon Koch, "Tucker"
Sanderson. V.F.W. members and
others who phvsicallv work"'1,
or assisted In fund raising for
the league, we are indebted.
The box score:
Ab R H
4 1 1
Haas rf D
Hale If 4
Hoooer 3b, p ......... J 1
Muller 2b 3
rsnrmincr as 3 1
Palumbo lb 4
Sapp p. rf 4
Sander rf .. ,.. . 1
Humphrey c 2
31 9 8
ab ft 1;
Pfathgeber cf 3 1
Wilder 2b 3 1
Ammiratl ss 3 0
Ness p, lb 3 0
Cotton c 3 0
Lutz lb 0
Schwarzrock p 1
Pearl If 2
Gerardi 1 1
Bateman rf 2
Donahue rf 1
Palak 3b 2
Kllpper 3b 1
25 2 4
202 400 1
000 020 0
2 base hits Hale; 3 base hit
Brady; Stolen base Haas
(2) Humphrey; Double Play Play-Hooper,
Hooper, Play-Hooper, Angermuller. Palumbo;
Struck out by Ness 5, Schwarz Schwarzrock
rock Schwarzrock 3, Sapp 5. Haas 3, Hooper 1
Walks by Ness 6, Schwarzrox
3, Sapp 1: Winning Pitcher
Sapp: Losing Pitcher Lutz;
Umpires Scigliani, H. Lutz.
bassador; Maj. Gen. R. E. Porter,
A. I. Bauman, garbage man, Balboa-
Chester Nimitz, Jr., John
Elsenhower, Murray Wise, am am-hnssador
hnssador am-hnssador King Leopold and
Queen Lillian of Belgium;
Charles B. Dunn, Miami, Fla.;
riAn h Mc.Bride. Adm. G. D. H.
HUH. Jean Crooks and Joe Brooks
of Miami; Geo. I. pnnnps oi ine
Phillips Tackle Mfgs.: Eddie Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, Miami: Prince Albert of Belgium-
C. D. Adams, vice-presl-
rfnt, nf Branlff Airways; Paul
R. Kalman, Jr., writer -photogra
nhr nf WDKU TV. New urieana
Dr Tracy C. Haverfleld, Miami
and rharles S. Reed, board of
directors. Panama Canal compa
ny, omana, Nep.
Two members of the Tarpon
Club hold world's records Capt.
John Anderson ior catcning a
Snook weighing 5uy2 pounas mm
Ralph Dugan, Jr. for catching a
755 pound Sliver Marnn.
Leo Genn in
Robert Bray in
'MY GUN IS QUICK"
Short Cut To Hell
with Robert Ivers
With Alan Ladd
Gives Team Firmer Grip
On Second Place In A.L.
By MILTON RICJSMAN
NEW YORK, July 12 (UPI) They like Ike in
Small wonder they do
Ike Delock's perfect 8-0 record for the Red Sox this
season plus his nifty 1.80 earned run average.
Delock, a one time reliever
turned starter, stacks up as the
best thing that has .come out oi
the Boston bullpen since Ellis
Kinder. Manager Mike, Higgins
gave the stocky fastballer his
first start of the season June 26
and it has turned out to be a
Ike has won four starts in a
row since then, his latest one
being an eight hit 6 1 victory
over the Chicago White Sox yes
A fellow who could easily run
on the same ticket with him in
Boston is Jackie Jensen, who
drove in four of the runs against
the White Sox with his 26th
homer and a single. Jensen now
has 76 RBI's and his home run
total equals his highest output
for any one season since he
broke into the majors eight years
ago. Dick Gernert also homered
off loser Jim Wilson.
Bob Turley, treated roughly
in the All-Star Game, bounc
ed back to register his 1 3th
victory when he pitched the
Yankees to an .11-3 triumph
. over the Indians.
The Yankees made it easy for
Turley by rapping Ray Narleski
and two relievers for 14 hits, in including
cluding including Mickey Mantle's 22nd
home run of the season. Doubles
by Tony Kubek and Bill Skow Skow-ron
ron Skow-ron featured a four run rally in
the fifth and they put together
another four run cluster off Jim
Constable in the seventh. Vic
Power and Larry Doby homered
for the Tribe.
Ed. Fitzgerald's single with twoj
out in the ninth climaxed a two two-run
run two-run rally that gave the Senators
a 6-5 win over the Tigers.
The Senators trailed 5-4 going
into the ninth, then loaded, the
bases against loser Bill Fischer,
nnd scored the tyie; run on a
forceout. Hank Aguirre relieved
Fischer and was tagged for Fitz Fitzgerald's
gerald's Fitzgerald's game-winning single.
Dick Hyde, Washington's submarine-ball
reliever, picked un
81s fifth victory after Detroit
lew a 5 -1 lead.
Rain washed out the Balti.-more-Kaijsas
Sam (Toothpick) Jones struck
out 10 batters as the Cardinals
ceoled off the Phillies with a 6 6-2
2 6-2 victory. The Cards backed up
Jones with a 13rhit attack, in including
cluding including a third inning homer by
Wally Moon that broke a 1-1 tie
and two triples and a double by
Ken Boyer. Jones held the Phils
to eight hits in posting his sixth
triumph and i n c r e ased his
league-leading strikeout total to
108. Harry Anderson homered for
Philadelphia. Jack Sanford was
tagged with his seventh loss a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst six victories.
The Milwaukee Braves got a
lecture from manager Fred Ha Ha-ney
ney Ha-ney about too much partying
and then went out and defeated
the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7 4, to
protect their iy2 game lead in
the National League.
Haney delivered his warning
after he learned that four of
his players had attended a
Hollywood party in which sev several
eral several persons were pushed Into
a swimming pool. That all took
place while Hanev was man managing
aging managing the NX. All-Stars in
But the Braves dunked, the
Dodgers nicely yesterday even
though they had to survive a
bitter rhubarb before Joey Jay
got credit for the victory.
Dodgers starter Don Drysdale,
who hit a homer in his own
cause, had a 4-1 lead until, the
sixth when the Braves put run
ners on first and second. Frank
2:30 4:30 6:30 8:30
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GAMBOA 8:15 p.m.
Rory Calhoun, Anne Francis
"THE HIRED GUN"
PAH Also 7:00
THE THREE FACES OF
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"TIP ON A DEAD JOCKEY"
CAMF BIERD 7:00
"THE ENEMY FROM
IT'S TIME TO RELAX. . SEE A MOVIE!
when you take a look at
Torre then hit a ball down the
rignt neid line that a spectator
reached out and touched near
the bullpen. Originally, the um umpires
pires umpires ruled it a ground rule dou double,
ble, double, permitting one runner to
score. Then they changed their
minds and allowed two runners
to come in. (
An argument raged for 10 min
utes during which Dodger gen general
eral general manager Buzzv Bavasi cama
out on the field to argue with
the men in blue. When play was
resumed, Johnny Logan sing'eq
heme the tying run and ths
Braves went on to win with threfl
runs off reliever Johnny Ki"ot-
stein. Eddie Mathews and Carl''
Furillo each hit homers.
Orlando Cepeda's three -wfj
homer in the 12th inning off Ho.)
jeucuai wnurn up a i v 'I
for the San Francisco Giantl
The homei was Cepeda's 17th
and it gave Ramon Monzant t'f
nlonfc' frturfV. r4frtor Vlio fiffcfci
viPT.nrv sun HTflnmsp.n nan a r. w
lead "going into the eighth, bvt
me wetness si uieu km re i vm
with the a'd of Frank RnWn"0"'i
two-run homer and Robi?i'l
singled home the tying run .tl
Dick Stuart, just up from the
minors, clouted a srar-'-sm
homer In Pittsburgh's 7-2 de decision
cision decision over Chicago.
It was only Stuart's, second
appearance since being brought
up from Salt Lake City of th
Pacific Coast League earlier fhil
week. In his first apperprce H
Thursday, he hit a three nu
Vinmpr airnlnsl- the P.nhs
wallnn vesterdav came off :"1bP
Drabowsky in a five run flftHj
ill l.ni r i r lann jluwihci
belted his 25th homer with on-
in t Vo coiiovitli ffrnii Pa tiff i
hit his- 22nd for the Cubs.
Notes on Panama
Rod and Reel'
Nearly forty hardy members
of the Club de Yates y Peca
will take off for the Perlad
Island in their outboard motor
boats to fish in the VI Inter International
national International Marlin Sailflsh Tour Tournament
nament Tournament on July 14th, first day
of the tourney.
Last year the participation
of the outboards in a deep set
fishing tournament, mkrWed ai
first in the world, so far asnis"
The Panama Rod &
Club will have fuel, ice
water available at Cocas Poinfc
on a U. S. Navy barge outfit
ted for the purposes by
Commercial firms thus fat
contributing prizes for the ,V
International Marlin & Sail Sail-fish
fish Sail-fish Tournament include:
Hotel Nacional de David,
COPA, PA A, Cafe Duran,
Fuerza y Luz, Agewood, Kent
Cigarettes, Carta Vieja, Ar Armour
mour Armour & Co., Empresas Mar Mar-tinz,
tinz, Mar-tinz, Esso Standard Oil, West West-inghouse.
For the convenience of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Yacht Club members wish
ing to participate In the tour
nament, bookkeeDer Miss Judv
will have entrance forms, in information
formation information etc. available at t.h
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Fiesta with a bongo beat!
"BOP GIRL GOES CALYPSO'
MARGARITA 6; 15 A x-nn
Jane Russell, Ralph Meeker
mt FUZZY PINK
JUNIOR MATINEES TODAY
BALBOA 10:00 an.
COCO SOLO ... 2:30 p.m.
DIABLO 2:30 p.m.
GAMBOA 6:15 p.m.
MARGARITA .. 2:30 p.m.
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TTJRDAY, J0LT 12, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN fifolFINDENT DAILf NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN I
i i -7 - V I
uld Be Kept Out UJ Sports
BALTIMORE In the aftermath
serious realignment and expan.
fcn discussions oy major league
kb owners, and tire near certain.
that, with creation ot new iran.
ises, IN6W XOrK Will reiuin u
National League in ivw, ma ma-interesting
interesting ma-interesting questions crop up.
For one, wny wou d Lou ren-
controlling stockholder in me
ofitabfc Milwaukee Braves, want
sell out and embark in ike ha ha-rdous
rdous ha-rdous undertaking, of setting up
new team on the Flushing Mea.
ws in New York?
The mystery was solved for me
an American League ciuo ot.
ial. "Now is the time for Peri,
lo dispose 0: his Milwaukee
ldings, and the reasons are ma-
" my informant said.
In the first p'ace, Perini's as.
iciation with the city of Milwan
ee is extremely sketchy. He sel.
m visits, there. Perini s business
Is a contractor, and nis social
nnections, lead him straight in.
New York. 1
True, the Braves have been
rawing more than' 2 million a
sason and smn? the t r
lague turnstile pace. But the
raves do not own 1 11 e 1 r
park. They started out at Coumy
Stadium with a sweet proposition.
But this past winter they got a
$400,000 a year increase in rental,
plus other cost y lease readjust readjustments.
ments. readjustments. "The Braves have no television
revenue. II they should decide in
telecast their home games, they
would have to pay the county an another
other another $250,000 a year to compen compensate
sate compensate lor a resultant turnstile letdown."
New York Giveaway?
Our American League analyst
continued. "Perini would be tht
beneficiary of a Dig giveaway in
New York, even in the lace o
the heavy annua) outlay for rent,
al and amortization.
"Lou would receive, gratis, a
franchise in the National League.
There is none for sale now at a a-ny
ny a-ny price. "Perini also' would get,
for nothing, valuable acreage on
which his Flushing Meadows sta.
dium would be located.
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Delvln
Miller it a short, s.ocky maa ot
45, who has, at a quick estimate,
control ot $3 million worth of Har Harness
ness Harness racing investments.
For a drive1 on a horse which
finished iigun at Roosevelt Race Raceway
way Raceway on Long Island he was et
down for 15 days by judges wjio
no ed his effort "was inconsistent
with an attempt to win."
This it important because it
suggests thai Del Miller .ie big
gest national name in the s .in .in-dardbred
dardbred .in-dardbred business dumped t h e
race. Miller was driving Meadow
Lands, winner of the rich Mesaen
ger Stake in 1956. The suspension
KiiocKeu mm out of driving a co co-favorite,
favorite, co-favorite, Thorpe Hanover, in this
Miller reiused a hearing from
the New York Harness it a c 1 n g
Commission a day before the
race because he would be unable
lo have witnesses for his side.
They were involved in a $15,000
race at Goshen, N.Y.
k ah uy .js-
THE MILLER CASE IS even
more importan. to both types of
racing because it shows too gra graphically
phically graphically what can happen wnen
politicians get their hands on the
governing 01 the spori.
This goes in boxing, too, in
view of District Attorney Frank
S. Hogan'a disclosures in New
Nui York is the onlv state in
the coumry where harness racing
judges are not licensed by the Li
nited Stales Trotting Association
In New York, they are appointed
hv Oenree T. Monaghan, commit
innr who until 1953 served irr
the same capacity with the New
York City police.
The three judges who handed
down the Miller ruling one that
i.awronrp B. Shemard. former
B o h president A the USTA, calls an
York nntrapp that should be treated
. v., -4;
CARDS BSIF UP PITCHING
ST. LOUIS (UPI) The S
Louis Cardinals beefed up their
, pitching staff Wednesday by pur
1 chasing southpaw Chuck Stobbs
l!rm the Washington Senator s.
bringing up right hander Bob
Mabe from Omaha of the Ameri American
can American Association and optioning
nght-hander Bily Muffett to the
Omaha farm club. Stobbs had a
2-6 record at Washington, ana
Mabe was 6-1 for Omaha.
the women's events, finished
seventh in the men's team stand,
SOVIET GIMNASTS WIN
MOSCOW (UPI) The Soviet
Union reigned supreme in gym gymnastics
nastics gymnastics today aftei sweeping the
individual and team events in the
world championships. The Rus.
sian squad caputred top honors
in the men's and women's di.
visions with east. The United
States, with no representation in
EAGLES SIGN TWO
PHILADELPHIA (UPli The
Philadelphia Eagles today an announced
nounced announced the receipt of signed
contracts from fullback.end Dick
Bielski and defensive end Tom
Scott. Bielski will be starting his
fourth season in the National
Football League, and Scott his
SILKY MAY MISS RACE
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI) A
cough and slight fever appeared
likely today to keep Silky Sullivan
from entering the $100,000 added
Westerner at Hollywood P. P.-July
July P.-July 19. Trainer Reggie Cornell
ca led Silky a "doubtful start'
in the Westerner, although the
horse hasn't been declared out t
the race as yet.
NEW HIGH Soaring craft cause looks of amazement on the
part of beholders below at Cyyress Gardens, Fla. Actually, the
boats are not defying the taw of gravity. They're being
towed by other boats and kept in the air by helicopter rotors.
"As against the gifts, he would
have to spend $250,000 a year as
rental, and would have to pay off
the $12 mil ion or more which
the city of New York would bor borrow
row borrow lor construction of the sta stadium,
dium, stadium, within a period of 10 years.
"The city may not borrow mon.
ey for a stadium, or even for con.
struction of a dock, under its
debt limit. But, as Mayor
Wagner told the NL, New
may issue $12 million worth r witn profanity" have this for a
J bonds to build an arena i f there! background:
iis a sel liquidating plan like the I
one it would have with Perini A comparative novice who has
' Perini would have to start
from nothing and organize a
team which wou'd gain respect
as a genuine National League en.
tiy. For two yers. the novelty
of the new enterprise would car-
rV it along. But thereafter the
j Mets. or whatever they would be
called, would have to justify
their location in New York."
Senate Sports Bill May Face
More Serious Problem's Than
Casey Stengel's Doubletalk
I The National League last eve eve-i
i eve-i ning took a vote on expansion,
'and came up with a 5-3 opposi.
tion, Perini, Horace Stonham and
Walter O'Mal'ey baeking the idea
and creation of two new franchis.
HoWeVer, not so long ago the
old league protested it had no de.
' Jire to go into California. When
the American League Wasn t look.
mg, it made the dash.
AL Won't Quit Washington
Now we come to the question
of Washington's position in the
AL. Here is the lowdowh. Calvin
Grif'ith said he wanted to move,
and he was told the AL never
wou'd quit the nation's capital.
Calvin was advised that if he
found his position untenable, he
1 would do well to sell out.
Led by Gabriel Murphy, who
owns 41 per cent of the c 1 u b's
stock, there are a dozen bidde-;
for the control. One of them is
Jim Tuohy, of the Chesaoeke
and Ohio, a friend of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Ford Frick.
Tuohy has notified Will Harridge
that if the league a'lows Griffith
to move to Minneapolis, or any
other fresh locale, he would t1
glad to set up a new club
hoon nn the scene tor oiuy a
short time. The top state steward
qualified himself for the job by
being a close friend, of Mona Mona-ghan's
ghan's Mona-ghan's while on the police force.
A former high school swimming
instructor who became a lull-time
harness official at $100 a day at
Roosevelt Raceway three "eara
A former master of the hounds
at exclusive Long Island hunts
meets who, as Shepoard, proprie proprietor
tor proprietor of the famous Hanover Shoe
Farms, rasps, "was a fair Jjg
when we licensed him, but who
needed good backing."
THE JUDGES' NAMES are un
important, for this is a rap at po-
li'.ions, not personalities.
Normally, it is not me poucy
hors tn htirk constituted authori
ty. (But when somebody of the
Del" Nfclto caliber is set down by
political appointees u Becomes nu
'T drnv the horse the bst
could, but it wasn't what you
would call a smart ride," Miller
says. "I was parked on the out out-Side,
Side, out-Side, couldn't make it, so I went
back to eighth. Finished that way,
"Poor ;udgment, maybe. B u t
they say I was dishonest. Now
how are you going lo change
that? What about my name?
"The three judges who siiroend siiroend-ed
ed siiroend-ed Miller," Sheppard, the bTfegest
breeder of gained horses snaps,
"rmilHn't drive a eat out Of a
By JOHN A. GOLDSMITH
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen.
ate sports bill, freed from the
whirlwind of Casey Stengel's syn syn-tax,
tax, syn-tax, today encountered more seri.
ous problems which could jeopar
dize its legislative iuiure.
Members of the Senate anti.
monopoly subcommittee voiced
doubts about the House-p a s s e d
anti trust exemption. Their com comments
ments comments raised the prospect of sub substantial
stantial substantial changes in the bill and
" Delay could be fatal to the
measure despite the 45 senators
who have ioined in sponsoring it.
Most members of the House and
Senate hope to wind up the con.
gressional session in about a
Stengel's discursive ramblings
were the big story Wednesday as
the subcommittee launched hear hearings
ings hearings on the bill. The New York
Yankee manager won some kind
of congressional Oscar for his dou.
But the reaction of tubcommit.
tee members to his remarks, and
those of other baseball greats who
testified, was not one to bring joy
to sponsors of the bill.
Chairman Estes Kefauver (D (D-Tenn.)
Tenn.) (D-Tenn.) said several features of the
House bi'l "worry me consider.
bly." He specified the bill 3 com.
team snorts baseball, footba
basketball and hockey. Both spoKe
up ior DaseDali as it is wun
farm systems, player drafts and
reserve clauses to bind players
forever to the team which holds
Roberts quite frankly testified
the players want the oaseball club
owners to have whatever powers
they want in the anti-trust field,
Similar endorsements for base
ball's status quo also came from 1 1
three of the same's ton slueeers B
Ted Williams of the Boston Red
Sox, Stan Musial of the St. Louis
Cardina's and the Yankees' Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Mantle.
Mantle told the subcommittee at
one point he agreed with his boss,
the sideways-talking Stengel.
Fine, said Kefauver, and now
If Mantle would explain just what
it was that Stengel had said. .
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kitchen. I know them. Ana H'""''"."' Tl j ,7
know the horse involved, Meadow of federal regulation of broadc -Lands
That's a funny horse. You ing and telecasting of sports
oot him half mad and he won't events.
On Six Hits
do anything. It's a cinch the judg judges
es judges don't know much about him.
"As for Miller's integrity, I
closed a $500,000 deal with the
man on the telephone. I had his
word. Now three judges appointed
h a former police comnvssioner
tell me he was not trying to
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (d (d-Wyo.)
Wyo.) (d-Wyo.) said he would not support
the bill in its present form. He
expressed special interest in testi.
mony by major league player rep.
resentatives that they switched
their support from a milder ex.
emption bill after talks with their
employers and with Baseball
Commissioner Ford Frick.
That ttatement by American
STANLEY DANCER, THE
noiuCD narhani nut tt b e S t.
.,u. ';iTi r,ii in nplvin and i League player representative
he explains the race. Thev 'heylYost of the Washington Senators
flon't believe him You get a man and by Robin Roberts of the Phil,
like Delvin and you don't believe adelphia Phillies, National League
him who are you going to be- representative together with
lipvp?" the testimony of other baseball
Jn-re was a mud"V. ram-sopueai siars aiso arew some poinieu
questions irom ens'. wuiiam
ght at Roosevelt Raceway when
x j -mil.. U.HrtktAii'i
NEW YORK, July 12 (UPI) we watcnen ,v
Any day now the call may go Jfff J5f Jl? in.7 1 he
ing disaualified he was given
for. hi fifth n,aee finfi.
and John A.
out for Babe Birrer, a strong right
handed pitcher with the Montreal
Koyals oi the International Lea
Back Up Owners
Everybody's talking about it
-what "Flavor Control" hat
Atsnt lot White Owls! We've
never known a cigar as light
, and mild at this that gave to
Get White Owls in the
five-pack to you'll always
nave tnai riavor control
smoking on hand. It meant:
Field -by field selection of to tobacco,
bacco, tobacco, cate-by-caae curing,
box-by-box conditioning to
give you top flavor in every
White Owl you smoke
iu need not inhale lo enjoy a cigar.
Birrer, a, 27-year-old, six.fool,
19o ponoer, is making- a strorif; uiu
to return to the major leagues,
and the way the parent Los An.
geles Dodgers are going he may
get the call.
The native of Buffalo, N.Y. set
the Buffalo Bisons down on six
scattered hits last night to gain
his 10th win of the season. It
was Birrer's third shutout of the
season and his eighth eomp ete
game. He saw previous major
league action with the Detroit
Tigers and Baltimore Orioles.
The victory kept the Royals five
and one.half games in front of the
second-place Toronto Maple Leafs
who defeated the Rochester Reu
Wings, 3-2, as Don Johnson went
all the way for his eight victory.
Elsewhere, the fifth.place Mia
mi Marlins edged the Columbus
Je.s, 2.1 and the Richmond Virg.
The officials didn't know a fro:- j Both Yost and Roberts went
ter from a pace. down tne line tor tne Mouse.
They showed further ignorance, passed bil' which would give
by nutting the worst ran you can broad anti-trust exemptions to
hang on a man on Del Miller,
the foremost oreeoer-.rainer-ui t-
"it is like this tn New York
People every place else should
use it as an object lesson.
inians downed the Havana Sugar:
Kings, 7-2, on homers oy ueron
Johnson (17th), Ranee Pless (9th) I
and pitcher Bob Wiesier (.mew
Wiesler scattered seven hits for
his eighth win against four losses.
WINS RICH STAKES
PAWTUCKET, R. I. (UPI) -Poncrist
of New England's most success
ill racers, today trotted
the nation's best three-year-olds
i': er- winning the ricrtProvrr;em"j
Stakes at N -trragnmett Park.
B 'c':bone swept to a reL' vr
e.:sy hrl' leng h victory in
1 ncs rv's race, honking his
I ::.: earnings to $122,404.
W L Pet. OB
; 55 32 .632
49 37 .570 5Vi
47 40 .540 8
47 43 .522 9Vs
46 48 .489 12VSi
41 48 Ml IS
38 50 .432 17 Vs
33 58 .363 24
No moving parts to wear out..
Buffalo 000 000 0000 6 0
Montreal 1000 001 31x- 10 0
Johnson, Rodriguez (7), Nagy
(8) and Noble; Birrer and Teed.
LP -Johnson. HRS-Dake, Teed.
Rochester 000 000 020-2 4
Toronto 00000300X 3 8
Blaylock, Wright (8) and Wat
lingion (8) D. Johnson and Thomp
son. LP-Blay ock.
Miami 2 Columbus 1
Richmond 7 Havana 2.
BELLINGHAM, Wash. (NEA)
Publicity given such marine fea
hires as walk-through seats, gold gold-plated
plated gold-plated hardware, purring out out-boards,
boards, out-boards, aulomatic bailing devices
and other gimmicks has almost
obscured the fact that a boat is
a boat, and a bottom is the most
Important part of is anatomy.
R'll Garden. prom-"nt naval r r-chitect,
chitect, r-chitect, points out that a bottom
is the surface that floats the boat
and delivers the performance that
distinguished a good boat from
an aquatic tub.
It's the nortion of a hull ti'a
lakes the most abuse. It gets
waN-or) pti-t jnrnnH on. takes a
beating from waves and is the
surface that must wt hstand im
pact from logs and other obstruc obstructions
tions obstructions that are freouently encoun-
0 tered in boating. Consequently, it
lim't be s rone and neid, as
well as properly designed for per
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I er to pay particular attention to
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SATURDAY, JULY 12, id
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1955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
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FOR SALS: 1953 Buick Super,
radio, power steering wsw tires.
Excellent condition. Call Hearne
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FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Thun
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dition. condition. Call 2-28S7 before 3 p.
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FOR SALE: Buick, 1954. 4 4-door
door 4-door with dynaflow. Excellent
condition. Good tires. Owner
leaving. $395.00. Balboa 3166.
WANTED: To buy three Volks Volks-wakens,
wakens, Volks-wakens, cash. Only Canal Zone.
Will see after 5:00 p.m. Mr.
Fenseca. Hotel Colon. Panama.
MUST SELL: 1958 Morris
Minor, 2 door sedan, less than
3000 miles brand new con condition.
dition. condition. $1200 Qtrs. 3 10-A Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Phone 4239.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4-door
sedan. Phono Balboa 2-2467.
FOR SALE: 1949 Kaiser. 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, 4 new tires, radio $150.
Phone Kobbe 6276.
! ;in an attempt to alleviate
soar-hpr shortage throughout
United States, educators are turn,
ing to the armed forces to tap the
jnahpower pool of retired mill,
In reference to the shortage of
personnel for the teaching profes profession
sion profession President Eisenhower said
. that many military personnel re.
''"tire at an early age and their edu.
Rational backgrounds in teaching
tnd training me make may of
OTiem excellent candidates for the
( Personnel scheduled for reitre reitre-Orient
Orient reitre-Orient and who are interested in
t;-ftterng the teaching field ai"
SecOuraged to lake advantage of
riih many education courses bein
f offered by both USAFI and Flori-
da State University. In U.S. Army
'Caribbean there are five education
Centers' staf ed with civilian advi.
f sors. who will inform personnel on
I programs leading to teacher certi.
! fi cat ion.
1 ilC CUULailuii irnicin ancji 11-
Uments for courses offered by
difefrent colleges and universi
g tnrougn usah ana oi
se accredited schools offer
arses leading to teacher certi
; In an effort to assist retired mil-
ttary personnel in thoir personal
i. djffairs, a Retired Activities Unit
I jfas established within the adju.
(ant General's Of. ice in Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C. The Retired Actwilif 1
, pit for the Panama area 's local.
.,fd in Building 83, Fort Amador.
U Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, chief
i .of staff, U.S. Army, said in refer,
ence to the United Stales' educa education
tion education program that: "Unlr.-.s the
ichools build men and women of
Character and ability capa'ie ,(
bulfilling the high places of the
nation, there is In amount of milt,
tary preparation sufficient for
pur nationol security."
Won By Fanlani
OTROME, July 12 (UPl) -Prem.
lcr Amintore Fanlani won ihe
jjaBTat and easiest nf two confidence
vi.eats for his new coalition cabinet
today by a 17. vote margin.
The Senate volrrt a confidence
Wolution for Fanlani at the end
of an uneventlul three day deliatr
The vote was 128 to n' against
with two abstentions.
The Christian Democratic from
Hjt. Still faces a similar test in
;;4pv from now in the chamber
St deputies, where his renter-left
Coalition lacks a majority
The promised abstentions nf
jArrO amall parties gave him vir
tua -certainly of winning that
Afa r Mat. fanlam's I hi Mian
Democrat-Social Democrat cabin
t. WOUld le Nil,' M.r'.il
months. Parlianien. was expected
to take ils summer recos Mlln
mm the Chamber vote.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining-room.
Urge porch, Vanetian
blinds, garage linen, China glas glas-ware.
ware. glas-ware. Exclusive residential sec section.
tion. section. Bella Vista, telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom apartment, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot and cool water
etc. $120.00. Phone 2-2504.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, bedroom, living-dining,
etc. Via Espaiia No. 117
18 a.m. to 5 p.m.), or call Tel.
Apartment: For Rent: Modern
one bedroom apartment, in re recently
cently recently constructed building. Lo Located
cated Located on 50th St. No. 1 1 5, Pai Pai-tilla.
tilla. Pai-tilla. Phone 2-3060.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
one bedroom apartment, k itch -inette
No. 17-18, 4th of July
Ave. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment, 4th of July
Avenue No. T 1 -352, Quarry
Heights entrance. For informa information
tion information apply to same address.
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartments. Bella Vista
46-47 Second Ave. (previously)
FOR RENT: Well appointed
unfurnished two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's room, large terrace,
spacious kitchen, elevator and
24 hour watchman service. Locat Located
ed Located at Edificio Campo Alegre on
Via Esparia across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Telephone 3 3-1409.
1409. 3-1409. FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, in Calle Darien No.
14-21, next to 4th of July Ave.
Call Panama 3-3273 during of office
fice office hours or 2-4320 after.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with one bedroom, dining
room, kitchen, ose de Fabrega
Avenue, entrance of El Carmen
Church. Call Balboa 2-2851.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment across from El
Panama Hilton, apply Foto El
Halcon or call phones 3-1179
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment, military inspected. Tel.
FOR RENT: 2 rooms apart apartment,
ment, apartment, close Ancon bus atop,
special for military personnel
Phone 1-5174 from 6 p.m.
Captain Back Here
With Bsc. Degree
At Hartwick College
Capt. Harold H. Mattice, chief
of the fiscal and management of.
ifce of the Ordnance Section, US.
ARCARIB, has just returned from
the States after receiving his
bachelor of science degree at
Hartwick College in Oneonta, N.
Y. He says that most of his col.
lege education can be atributed to
his association with the Army.
Mattice began his college edu education
cation education when, as an enlisted man
during World War II, he complet.
ed the basic course in the Army
Specialized Training Program at
Rhode Island State University,
which he attended from July 1943
to March 1944.
After the war he attended Hart Hartwick
wick Hartwick College from 1948 to 1950,
working through regular and sum summer
mer summer sessions. He was scheduled to
graduate in January '51, but he
was called to active duty with the
978th Ordnance Depot Company
based at that time in Onneonia
Subsequently Mattice served in
a variety of capacities with the
! Army Reserve, and helped set up
90 missile installations in Mary Maryland
land Maryland Detroit and Chicago.
In 1952 he took a 36-week course
in l(ie Ordance Guided Missile
School, Redstone Arsenal Hunts
ville, Ala. This course was subse subsequently
quently subsequently evaluated by the Americ American
an American Council of Education in Wash,
ington, D.C. Upon the rouncil's
recomendation, Hartwick College
iKirtineo ic iieoiis or SMimps m
mathematics, physics and equival equivalent
ent equivalent college. level subjects. A psy.
cho'ogy coupe taken throueli 'he
ICS. Armed Forces Institute (US (USAFI)
AFI) (USAFI) was also accredited lo Mat.
These credits enabled him to
j complete his requirements for Ihe
BS decree which he received on
June 8. at m
Following his graduation, Maf.
lice look leave in the Slates and
then attended a two week course
in procedure analysis at Ordnance
Management Engineerina Tr?;i.
ning Agency at Rock Islad Ar.
scnal. Rnck Islad. Ill
He returned lo the Zone on July
Mattice lives at Fort Kobbe with
his wife, Jean, and their four
children: Linda, 15; Ronnie Anne,
10; Terrence, 9 and Craig, 3.
EDINBURGH, Sco land 1!PH 1!PH-Pvt.
Pvt. 1!PH-Pvt. Huhie A. Smith was sen sen-lenced
lenced sen-lenced to nine months detention
Wednesday for being absent with
out leave for ei,"hf of fhe 10 year.;
he spent in the Army.
.i,vi i. 5 ,7 X.r?L:Z u
It r.o.. ... ISnZlZaAJ J:? 3 . UU whbi Ave. LOUKWS PHARMACY lar La larrasquilla FARMAC1A LOM LOM-BAKDO
BAKDO LOM-BAKDO No. 26 "B Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoli No. 4 FARMACIA EST A DOS UNIIKS-149 Central Ave
EARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 a FOTO DOMY-Justo Arosemena Ave and 33 St FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DERJIS SO Street No. S3 a FARMACIA FX BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street a FARMACIA "SA8"-Vla Porrai 111 a NOVEDADES ATI! IS
Beside the Bella Vtsta Theatre.
FOSTER'S Cottaaes and Urge
Beach Houia. One mile past the
Catino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeeaniide Cottaget
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv service.
ice. service. Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
in Justo Arosemena Ave, No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Three months,
beautiful 3 -bedroom residence
in El Cangrejo completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1
1 3-1 167.
FOR RENT:4-bedropm chalet,
two baths, two services, all fenc fenced,
ed, fenced, 7th street, Golf Heights Call
9-3641 2-2407 House 36.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom living-diningroom,
kitchen, U.S. Army inspected.
Enquire 45th Street 2-241.
Phone 3-5351. From 8:00 to
9:00 a.m. or 7:30 on.
FOR RENT: Half of chalet, in independent,
dependent, independent, completely furnished,
modern. With all necesseties,
linens, kitchen utensils, resident
lial area, garage, garden, hot
water, near bustop. Tel. 3-5356.
FOR RENT: -Completely fur furnished
nished furnished house, including water
heater, television set, washing
machine, the best residential
area, 3 bedrooms, big kitchen,
living-dining room, maid's room.
If you are interested call 3-7384.
FOR RENT! Campo Alagra.
Nicely furnished, vary cool room
with delicious meals. European
style, private bath. Call 3-1789.
Excercislne Machines. Turkish
ihe Mr-Levy way. Body Massage,
bath. Trained operators lor ladles
and gentlemen. Get result.
t. Arosemena Ave. 33-41
air tare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and Fri.
Tel. I'anama ,MGG1
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
15S Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
ONtY 2.3 Lbs.
$ for j
B, r 5f i!B "UB ""wra at 1337
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.
"J" St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
B E G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Qualify Italian JunyLux
Gun, Fins and Mask. $18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. CORP.
"J" f. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE: Rolleif lex Camera
with case. Light meter $120.00.
Brand new. Call Panami 2-2797.
FOR SALE: Weightlifters : 300
pound set barbells, two bars,
dumbells, coetom made stand
$45.00. Phone 3-5533.
ABERNATHY, S. A.
FOR SALE: 1 girl's 24" bi bicycle
cycle bicycle $10.00, 4 porch screens
$6.00, 3 Venetian blinds 72x42
$15.00, 1 porch partition
$10.00, Call Balboa 2-3475.
FOR SALE: 35 m.m. camera
Retina 3c. Practically brand new
with case. $75.00. Phone Clay Clay-ton
ton Clay-ton 4239.
FOR SALE: Upright piano, good
condition, reasonable price. No.
1334 I7A St. Apt. 3, next to
Ft. Kobbe Service Club Plans
Three-Day 58 Jazz Festival
Plans were made firm this week
for the presentation of an inter international
national international jazz festival for 1950 at
the Fort Kobbe Service Club
July 22, 23 and 24 begining at 8
o'clock each evening.
Jazz musicians from both the
Canal Zone and Panama already
had been signed for the event be believed
lieved believed to be the first such to be
Tracing the history of jazz from
New Orleans to Newport will be
such groups as Al Martin and his
orchestra, the Pablo Herrera com
bo, the Randolph Jacobs "Gay
Spots," pianist Dolores Green, the
Arthur Branch combo, vocalist
Venna Bennett and the Archibald
Lickey combo. Still other groups;
from Dixieland to modern sounds.
this week were being signed for
the event expected to draw i"i
precedented crowds of jazz cnlhus
As the Fort Kobbe Service Club
announced the event, it also made
known that several jazz figures in
Central America will be interview interviewed
ed interviewed during the three. day session by
Sgt. Lloyd Byers, 75th Army Band
Fort Clayton. The discussions will
cover every phase of ;azz, includ.
ing the current Latin influence on
jazz, and will be punctuated by
demonstrations of technique by
calypso artists, bongo drummers
and other Latin tempo instrument instrumentalists.
alists. instrumentalists. To be presented along the lines
of the annual Newport Jazz Fest Festival,
ival, Festival, Mrs. Dorris Caldwell, ,,irec.
tor of the Fort Kobbe Service
ciud, said the festival could well
become an annual affair in the
Canal Zone. She said it was her
hope to bring together the best
jazz musicians in the Canal Zone
and Panama and whatever jazz
entertainers might be performing
locally at the time the festival
l m m mm mm mm i
-h" street, panama ubreria
FOR SALE: Wardrobe and junior
bed with mattress and spring,
baby's scale, basinet, two small
tables, two chairs, corner book bookcase,
case, bookcase, Rattan furniture for living
room, mahogany chaise lounge
for garden, Venetian blinds
various sizes, dining buffet and
China cabinet. Peru Ave. No. 29 29-28
28 29-28 last floor.
FOR SALE: Double beds with
soring and mattress from 39.00;
Mahogany Warorobes 19.00;
China Closets 15.00; Modern
Vanities with stool 445.00; Rat Rattan
tan Rattan sofa and chair 19.00; Ma Mahogany
hogany Mahogany livingroom set 75.00;
Diningroom table and 4 chairs
35.00; Basket tables 7.50; Large
desk and chair 35.00; Metal
beds 30' 6.96; Sofa beds 65.00;
.' Hollywood beds complete 49.00;
Modern coffee tables 19.50; Pil Pillows
lows Pillows 1.50; Cash or Credit Terms.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE Na National
tional National Ave. No. 41. Tel. 3-4911
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator porcelain in inside
side inside and outside, new 60 cycle
unit, excellent condition $100.
House 123 Ridgercad Balboa Hts.
Phone Balboa 1694.
FOR SALE: Household furni furniture.
ture. furniture. Owner leaving Panama. Call
3-6208 Sunday from 8:00 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
complete $50.00 house 254,
Apto. 18. 41st street.
While the jazz festival is being
presented primarily lor members
of the armed forces and their de dependents
pendents dependents in the Canal Zone, Mrs.
Caldwell said the genral public is
invited to watch and hear the
music to be performed in many
cases by mixed groups of Canal
Zone Panama musicians.
Mrs. Caldwell says she has not
been able to contact all jazz
musicians in the area, and sh
would appreciate any such per
sons calling her at the Fort Kobbe
Service Club if they care to part
3 Local Officers
Will Attend School
In US For Summer
Two officers from the Panama
Area and one from the Antilles are
scheduled to attend military
schools in the states during July
v-ui. j. srer'in Merrell of
, ers U.S. Army Forces
"..mies ann the Military District
of Puerto Rico will attend the post
engineer management course at
w.-Ker, Ala., July 15 17
f;?:"led end the" special
Fnr p. cer co,,rse- aIs at
, y Mil
II 1 si T n : j
nanT ,r" T Eninr Com,
cki u eon Kobbee
' uegins on Mondaf
end Aug. 1.
Piii. ym tC'SA. '". rope
.... mui.Miav rece vpil in
- v n u ,11 1-III "H VI er ,r
auxiliary to Arr-hhkVmr.
... a 111 f h m,
THEATRE No 1 p.,, Ave.
IT'S FOR ADULTS ONivi
The Spiciest, Raciest, Gayest and Most
THE QUEEN OF
y (MADEMOISELLE STRIP-TEASE)
DORA DOLL PHILLIPE NICAUD
Tn FRRVCH with SPAMISH TTTIERl
ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED FOR
MINORS UNDER IS AND
GROWN-UPS OVER 80'
"PORT DES LILAS
A GREAT PICTURE!
preciado 7 street no. 13 agencias
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 15 ft. Sea Babe w
cabin 35 Evinrude and trailer, 2 2-1338.
1338. 2-1338. FOR SALE: 15 ft. Thunderbird
chief, gator trailer, 35 h.p. Elto
electric starting, windshield, top,
equipped spinning reel and rod,
boat pole and 40 reel, trailer
hitch. Balboa 2-1569.
FOR SALE: 15 h.p. outboard
motor, used only 5 hours. Call
FOR SALE: New outboard mo motor
tor motor boat. Call 2-2887 Balboa
for details, before 3 p.m.
FOR STUD: Registered Toy Fox
Terrier. Weight 5 ponds. 1 '2
years. Phone Kobbe 6276.
Cancer Experts Say
No Cause Found Yet
For Cell Mutations
LONDON (UPl) The world's
lop cancer experts frankly arlmii
they do not know why cancer
eel s run wild.
In nature of the cancer cell is
a major topic of the 7th inter,
national cancer congress now un under
der under way in London. Some 2,000
scientists from 63 countries are at.
tending the congress.
What is known about the can. can.-cer
cer can.-cer cell is that it appears to lack
the controlling e'ement that k,eeps
other cells within bounds.
As Prof. George Klein of Sweden
exp'ained to newsmen, it is this
controlling element which makes
a normal organism such as the
hand retain its characteristic
shape. If the cells which make up
the hand were to behave like can cancer
cer cancer cells, the extremity would
just keep on growing in any shape
or form, he said.
Many of the major facets of the
battle against cancer are diracted
at controlling the growth W can.
cer cells. The main methods have
been removal of the cells by sur surgery,
gery, surgery, destroying them by radiation
or inhibiting them by means of
Experiments aimed at finding a
chemical which will compens;'"
the cancer cell's lack of growth growth-control
control growth-control have been increased in re
cent years. Various drugs have
provided a modicum of success.
Asked what was the difference
between a cancer cell and ?n
ordinary cell, Prof. B. W. Wind Wind-eyer
eyer Wind-eyer of Britain said:
"It has not been shown that
there is any essential difernece
that distinguishes a cancer cell
from an ordinary cell."
RICH, SPICY COMEDY FOUND in
Love In The Afternoon
In Great PRE-RELEASE Tomorrow
at the CENTRAL" Theatre
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With "Love In The Afternoon," Hilly Wild Wilder
er Wilder again forcibly demonstrates he has no
peer among the screen's producers and di directors.
rectors. directors. And the three stars of the film, vGary
Cooper, Audrey Hepburn and Maurice Che Chevalier
valier Chevalier will have a long search before they
again find a screenplay better suited to their
Proof of these statements may be found
at the "Central" Theatre tomorrow, open in
great PRE RELEASE.
The spirited screenplay is at once heavy
WANTED: Competent manager
for office equipement and general
supply establishment 6 to 8
weeks good salary must be bilin bilingual
gual bilingual and have experience. Cama Cama-ra
ra Cama-ra de Comefcio, apt. 9 (tel. 3 3-7028).
7028). 3-7028). Servicios & Colocaciones.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet from August or Septem September.
ber. September. Tel. 3-4707.
WANTED: To buy three Volks Volkswagens,
wagens, Volkswagens, CASH. Only Canal Zone.
Will see after 5:00 p.m, Mr.
Fonseca, Hotel Colon, Panama.
White beaded evening bag with
rhinestone neck;ace inside at
Union Club July 4th. If found
please call 3-6508.
LOST: Cat, female, gray tiger
striped. Wearing collar with
bells. Answer to name "Sweetie,"
Lost in Diablo. Call Tel. 2-2783,
2-3682 or 2-2589. $10.00
Teacher of modern piano jazz
can come to your home. Bennett.
New C-2 Type Freighter Purchased
By Gulf, $. American Steamship Co.
GuJf & Sorfth A. m e rc a n
Steamship Cq. announced to today
day today the purchase of ijaL .ad .additional
ditional .additional American-flag, OrSt frpe
freighter for operation between
the U. S. Gulf andt ports on
the West Coast ;of Sfhth Amer America
ica America in Colombia, Bcu&jdor, Pe Peru,
ru, Peru, and Chile.
This company, which was in incorporated
corporated incorporated in Louisiana in 1947
by its joint owners, Lykes Bros.
Steamship Co. and Grace Line,
has been providing fortnightly
service on this Trade Route
with Its SS Gulf Merchant,
Gulf Shipper. Gulf Banker, and
Gulf Farmer. In the fall of 1956
the service was stepped up to
10-day frequency by the addi addition
tion addition of chartered tonnage. The
newly-acquired C-2, which will
be named Gulf Trader, will re replace
place replace the chartered vessel in
August and assure maintenance
of the more frequent service.
C-2 type freighters are a
detective specializing in obtaining ev.
of marital dalliance.
3-minute cat wash $1, a
cleaning of motor $5. waxing
cart 46. Auto-bano. Trans Transmit
mit Transmit Highway near Sears
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR. HOME, $3.50
You get service the sain daj
WE GUARANTEE OUR WOR
LOS ANGELES trained technil
cians. Crawford Agencias. PhonJ
2-1905 Tivoli Avenue 18-20.
Protect your home and proper
ty against insect d a en a g el
Prompt scientific treatment ori
emergency or monthly budgel
basis. Telephone Pronto Service
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 17771
No service charge
No minor charge
30 years in electronics".
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE Oh
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MRl
TV. Panama 2-3142.
FOR SALE: Lots in Coronadol
Beach, facing the road, at 20c. I
to 30c. a meter. Down payment!
$50.00 and you may start using!
ine lot immeaiareiy. nuiL: I nisi
offer will remain open only to thai
date construction starts on thai
"Coronado Beach Hotel".
Inormation: Robert Eisenmann,!
jr. Tel. Panama 2-4505.
FOR SALE:- Real Estate in El
Valle; high elevation, excellent
view, 11.000 sq. meters, citrusl
grove in production; Masonery
house, completely furnished,!
electric plant, town water supply.
(.all Balboa 1461.
Maimrnf Administration de.'
nv--teey wig, wiun a c,
deadweight in excess of 1(
tons, and a -'speed of 16 let J
Although!.. primarily for the ,.4
12 passengers. j
iXn announcing the purci j'
or me umi iTaaer, oe",.
South American stated:
general manager of Gulf
valued support of our sli,
friends has made it possibr a
us to acquire this addi;
VPASpl OnH tKlie QoeniA imn n
"-J. .... V, till .."piU
frequency rf service. We -most
grateful for this suppoi
The general offices of G
& South American SteamshJ
Co. are in the Commerce Build
ing, 821 Gravier Street, Nev
Orleans. Other officials of thd
company include Lloyd StrlckJ
land, secretary and treasurer!
Hfinry Giardina, traffic manH
ager, and Sanjuei M. Cutler
operating manager. Advt.
with sophisticated humor, and Its entire cast
superbly reflects Wilder' keen knowledge of
how best to people a motion picture.
Ah Allied Artists film, "Low In The After
noon" is the story of a millionaire Ami '-
long known and deservedly as .? A
ternatlonal Casanova who never r
become entangled in a serious lov
and what happens to him when in f t
meets a young cello student, who fir
came aware of him when surreptiously
ine dossiers in th .Km
SATURDAY, JULY Lt, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
By GEORGE WUNDER I THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
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AFOVtAS OANAATA AfiWAYS
Today's TV Program
3:00 CFN NEWS
J:15 Transatlantic Tlevlw
3:30 Wldo Wide World
7:00 Danny Thomas
7:30 Spike Jones Rept 29 Nov 57
8 no Caesar's Hour
9:00 Court of Lost Resort
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10:00 Encore: Golf Show
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Three Is A Crowd But 60 Even Worse, Says Sulking
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ACTING GOV. HUGH M. ARNOLD reads a farewell letter presented to him prior to his departure by the officers of the Latin
American Congress of Civic Councils. The Civic Council leaders shown here in the Governor's office at Balboa Heights, also
expressed their appreciation for the interest he took in the Civic Councils and the affairs of the Latin American communi communities
ties communities during his tour of duty In the' Canal Zone. From left to right Miss Violet Henry, president of the Santa Cruz Civic
1 Council- C D Atherley. representative of the Congress of Civic Councils; E. L. Fawcett, president of the Congress of Civic
Councils and of the Paraiso Civic Council; Cleveland Roberts, president of the Pedro Miguel Civic Council; D. E. White, vice
president of the Rainbow City Council, and Arnold.
Bloodshed, Tension Mount In Cyprus i
As British Troops Seek Rebel Gangs
NICOSIA, (.prus; July lp (UP1)
A hail of shotgun, rifle and au
omatic weapons killed five Tur Turkish
kish Turkish Cypriots and wounded three
ethers bound for work aboard a
bus today. The ambush sent Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus tension to an a li t fcne high.
The killinss brought to 13 the
iilier nf Dprsons known to have
died violenllv within the last 36
hours, and boosted to more than
I Weather Or Not
i This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared nv the Meteorological
and Hylrographir Branch of the
Panama (anal Company:
High 90 M
i Low 75 75
, Low 70 89
(max. mph) NW-14 NW-26
RAIN (inches) 0 1.51
(inner harbors) 83 83
SUNDAY. JULY 13
TODAY! .75 .40
2:45, 4:45, 6:5(1, 9:00 p.m.
Oh The Fun They Have And
K ft1" I-ove They Make!
: SUZV PARKER
Wftt COLOR by 01 LUXt
350 the number of persons killed
since the beginning of the emer
gency three years ago.
Today's slayers operated from
well-prepared positions in an or or-iinge
iinge or-iinge grove flanking the Nicosia Nicosia-F'amagusta
F'amagusta Nicosia-F'amagusta road. The arnbushers
set up a roadblock and sprayed
the vehicle as it slowed
Twelve to 15 men were believed
amcig the attackers.
Gov. Sir Hugh Foot lolned with
the mayor of Nicosia and a lead leading
ing leading Turkish leader in appealing
for an immediate end to the
"We make a joint apial to ev every
ery every Cypriot so that acts of viol violence
ence violence between Greeks and Turks
should cease forthwith," the ap ap-j
j ap-j peal said.
! 'If the present situation con continues
tinues continues there will be no end to
the hardship which this situation
will bring to the people of Cyprus.
Bloodshed must be stopped im immediately."
mediately." immediately." The message was signed by Foot,
Or. Themistocles Dervrs and Turk Turkish
ish Turkish community leader Raouf Denk Denk-lash.
lash. Denk-lash. I In another act of violence, two
Greek Cypriots were Injured
slightly 'When a gunman in an
automobile sprayed bullets at a
group sitting in front of a cof coffee
fee coffee shop at a village 10 miles
north of Famagusta.
COL. JOHN D. Of NET. post commander of Ft. CUyton, presents MSgt. Adrian J. Dykhuls
with a certificate of achievement for his work as disaster control NCO from Jan. 16, 1958, to
July 10. 1958 Present at the ceremony were, left to right, James Price, A. Jan Dykhuls, Peter
8. Dykhuls, Dkhuls, Coney and Mra. Gertrude H. Dykhuls. (U.S. Army Photo)
The new attacks came even as
F'itish troops fanned out across
Cyprus in a massive hunt for ex extremist
tremist extremist gangs.
A Greek Cypriot nun and a
monk were stabbed to death on
Thursday night in a monastery
A body believed to be that of a
Greek Cypriot was found on the
beach at Larnaca and a Turk died
of wounds in a hospital in Nicosia.
Three other persons died from
violent attacks Thursday.
The only hope pf peace came
vtith speculation of a possible
meeting in neutral Switzerland
between British Prime Minister
Hprold Macmillan, Greek Prime
Minister Constantin Karamanlis
and Turkish Prime Minister Ad Ad-nan
nan Ad-nan Menderes.
Karamanlis arrived In Geneva
Thursdav ostensibly for medical
examination, but let it be known
that he did not exclude the pos
sibility of a meeting with Macmil
British troops clamped a cur curfew
few curfew on Larnaca. 30 miles south southwest
west southwest of the capital, following the
discovery of a body on the beach
The victim was not identified but
officials said they believed he
was a Greek Cypriot.
The mixed male female monas
tery near Aradypou reported
monk and a mm were stabbed to
death Thursday night. The monk,
Nectanos, 29, was found beside a
trailer he was loading with veget vegetables
ables vegetables and the nun, Agothoniki, 44,
was found 20 yards away. A young
Greek shepherd said he heard
shots from the monastery and saw
three men crawling away along a
dried-up river bed.
Several changes in chaplains' as assignments
signments assignments within U.S. Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean have been announced.
Chaplain (major) John J. Kel
leher, Ft. Kobbe Catholic chaplain,
has left the command and on Ju July
ly July 28 Chaplain (captain) Charles
J. Richard, Fort Clayton's Catho Catholic
lic Catholic chaplain, is scheduled to leave
for his new assignment at Fort
Father Kelleher has been assign assigned
ed assigned to the 739th AAA (Battalion at
Rehoboth, Mass. His successor has
not been named.
Succeeding Father Richard will
be Chaplain (major) Edward A,
Kozlowski of Fort Gulick.
Chaplain Kozlowski's replace replacement
ment replacement at Fort Gulick will be Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain (captain) John R. Biez Jr. He
comes from the 28th AAA Batta Battalion
lion Battalion at Fort Lawton, Wash.
Duck Elmer In The
A swimming meet at the Balboa
pool ground to a screaming halt
Friday morning no, that's not
right. There was screaming all
right, from youngsters of assorted
sizes and ages, but there can't be
a grinding halt until you have a
start, arid the trouble was in get getting
ting getting it started.
Well, anyway, it was all because
of a duck, which couldn't make up
its mind whether to go south or
north and chose the swimming
pool while it came to a decision.
It was this way:,
The 60 youngsters, from 6 to 16,
were all ready to take part in the
second of five weekly swimming
meets sponsored by the Summer
Recreation Board in cooperation
with the Division of Schools, when
they found an unexptcted obstacle
in their watery path.
In sole possession of the pool
and not about to give it up, either
was a large black cormorant,
or fish duck, frequently known as
It quickly became obvious that
there would be no r. eet as long as
the cormorant was swimming in
wide circles through the racing
lanes. Pool supervisors announced
to the cheering mob of youngsters
that the first event on the morn morning's
ing's morning's program would be a race be between
tween between the duck, quickly named
Elmer for the occasion, and pool
lifeguard Joe Blackburn who holds
the Canal Zone records for the 1,-500-yard
and mile swims.
Joe took a long shallow dive in into
to into the pool. Elmer took a long deep
dive away from him. Round and,
round and up and down they went.
Finally Joe chased Elmer into the
Original 20th Inf.
At Fort Kobbe Hq.
Original documents prepared by
the 20th Infantry and dating from
1883 have been received at the u u-nit's
nit's u-nit's headquarters at Fort Kobbe.
The documents two promo promotion
tion promotion orders, a discharge certificate
and a training order pertain to
the late Sgt. Adolph Brinckmann
then of E Company, 20th Infantry.
Thev were forwarded by Edward
Puhr of Wisconsin, a friend ot the
The well preserved papers ind:
cate that Brinckmann enlis'ied in
the Army for five years beginning
Dec. 12, 1881, and was subsequent subsequently
ly subsequently assigned to E Company. The
first promotion came in 1883 when
his orders stated that he dis discharge
charge discharge the duty of corporal." Two
years la'er with four years' to
tal service he was appointed a
Both promotion orders, accom accomplished
plished accomplished while the unit was at Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., carry the sig.
nature of the commander ot the
regiment, Col. Elwell S. Otis, who
commanded the 20th for 12 years
beeinning with 1880.
The discharge certificate and
training order, both da'ted in 1886,
were executed under the heading
of "Fort Assinniboine, M T."
(Montana Territory). Statehood
was grantci Montana in 1889.
The papers have been turned
over to the 20.h s historical sec section
tion section where they will be preserved
with other records.
Tuesday For Late
George W. Stokes
Graveside services will be held
Tuesday morning, at 11 o'clock
for George W. Stokes, retired em employe
ploye employe of the Terminals Division,
who died June 26 in Amador Gue Guerrero
rrero Guerrero Hosnital in Colon.
The services will be conducted
by the Rev. O. W. Olsen of the
Balboa Union Church.
Mr. Stokes, who was born in
New Hampshire, came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus in 1918 and was employed by
the Panama Railroad as a clerk
in the former Receiving and For Forwarding
warding Forwarding Agency. He was made
a stevedore on the Cristobil
docks in 1923 and was a fore.nan
Stevedore at the time of his re retirement
tirement retirement in 1942.
Since his retirement, Mr. Slokes
has been making his home in Co Colon.
lon. Colon. At the time, of this, death he
was 77 years old.
He is survived by his wife Mrs.
Gertrude Stokes, of Reachmont,
Mass., and a sister, Mrs. Hazel
Dixon, of St. Petersburg, Fla.
For Public Service
U.S. Army Caribbean has neeri
invi'ed o submit nominations for
the Rockefeller Public Service a-
wnrns, which recognize outstanding
public service by government-employed
civilians and provide incen
tives for their advancement.
This is the seventh consecutive
year in which the competition has
been held. Awards enable recipient
to spend at least six months In,
residence at an educational Insti
tution of their choice.
' Information on eligibilfly require
ments and the method of submit submitting
ting submitting nominations ia available thru
the incentive awards committee,
Office of Ihe Comptroller, USAR
CAR1B, Building 2. Fort Amador.
LIFEGUARD JOE BLACKBURN
and the cormorant which dis disrupted
rupted disrupted a swimming meet at the
Balboa pool yesterday.
shallow end of the pool, and kept
Elmer sat, e duck-sat, andthe
meet finally got going. But all the
time it was nretiv aoDarent that
Elmer felt that he was being dis
criminated against. Uive mm nan
a chance, and get that Joe out of
the way, and he d be in there snow snowing
ing snowing those kids!
From last reports Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon the duck was still in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa pool sulking.
CZ Cops To Take
No Action; Reason:
Tanal 7nnp Poliefi Said todcv
they will not prosecute a Pana
manian woman wno arove ner
car off the road yesterday be because
cause because she is an inexperienced driv driver.
er. driver. Mrs. Doris M. Brennan, 37,
swervpd to avoid a doe at the
junction of Sixth Street and Mar
garita Avenue, bhe lost control oi
the car which ran up the curb,
down a 52 foot embankment, ca careened
reened careened an additional 85 feet and
came to rest against an iron pole
on the corner of the Margarita
Mrs. Brennan, wife of Frank J.
Brennan, Panama Canal employe,
went to Coco Solo hospital for
first aid to cuts and bruises.
A Police report said she had on only
ly only just received her operators li
cense and was inexperienced.
Therefore no court action was
For Quarters Bids
Co Back In Effect
Effective Tuesday, July 15, stan
dard application forms will again
be used by Company-Government
employes applying for quarters on
the Atlantic side.
Questionnaires which were filled
out some months ago, at the lime
of the move to Coco Solo quarters,
will be replaced by the standard
These questionnaires had been
filled out bv those interested In
movhie to Coco Solo and by cer
tain families occupying bachelor
quarters. They were to remain ac
tive until assignment was made.
Burial Of Fire
Set For Monday
Arrangements for the burial of
Cecil Atkinson, who died from
burns received in a flash fire at
Rodman Thursday have been
scheduled for 1 p.m., Monday at
the Corozal Cemetery.
A long time resident of Higinio
Duran street. Panama City and
employe of the Public Works Dept.
U.S. Naval Station, he was also
member of the Sojourners' Bene
volent and Friendly Society.
He is survived by mother, Mrs.
Luciena Atkinson; sisters Ruth,
Mesdames Louise Henry, Ivory
King. Celestine Wade, Virginia
Small, brotner, Luther and many
dices and nephews.
Buses will depart ffom his former
residence at 12:30 p.m.
Balboa Swimming Poo
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ijepiorea oy inougnuui Americans
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The tendency for congressional in.
vestigations to degenerate into sen.
sational, undignified mud-slinging
contests is deplored by thought,
ful Americans. This week, many
have been looking on with the hor.
rified fascination of squeamish
people at a-' cock-fight while the
two main feature attractions on
capitol hill have run their course.
At hearings into millionaire-industrialist
Bernard Goldfine's gift gift-giving
giving gift-giving activities, the icy politeness
that characterized exchanges so
far' this week gave way yesterday
to an angry shouting match be.
tween the participants. The sub sub-Ittee
Ittee sub-Ittee threatened Goldhne
with prosecution for contempt of
Congress if he conunuea nis oiauu.
refusal to give any explanation for
the nearly $3.4 million mysterious
checks that he is suspected of hav having
ing having used to bribe federal officials.
"You are no different from any.
one else in the eyes of the law!"
shouted a committee member.
"That remains to be seen!"
snapped back Goldfine hot'y a
remark he hastily amended a few
moments later at tha) prompting of
At the same time, only a few
blocks away, another investigation
was going on into the activities of
labor union racketeers. On the wit
ness stand, a flint-faced denizen of
the Chicago underworld named
Jimmy Romano was similarly be belaboring
laboring belaboring his tormentors.
"Youse guys is all wrong! I
don't have to tell you these
things, why don't you go and
find out for yourselves if you
want to know? You bunch of
These outbursts of fury in the
dignified chambers of Congress
are by no means uncommon. They
follow almost inevitably the way
in wnicn sucn investigations are
conducted. There are two things
which worry many Americans a.
bout the whole process.
ihe first is that the invest ea.
tions, which can ruin the reoma reoma-tion
tion reoma-tion of an individual as siirely as
any court conviction, are carried
on without any respect for the
carefully weighed rules of evid
ence that are admissable in court.
This is contrary to all the best
ideals o" American justice. There
are, of course, some safeguards
for the witnesses. They can refuse
to answer questions by pleadine
the fifth amendment to the consti"
tution, which says that no man
can be made to give evidence a-
Romano, indeed, 'took the fifth'
on almost every question he was
asked, including where he was
For Field Day
Plans for a "Field ay" nro.
gram on Sept. 1 at Rainbow City
have been completed by the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Commissary Social and Sport
All kinds of sports have been
planned, with the main attraction
being a dance at the Club Tropi.
cal from 1 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
A special train will leave Pana Panama
ma Panama City at 7:30 a.m. returning
from Colon at 9:30 p.m.
Reservations are being taken
by members of the club.
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Five RP Engineers
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The necessary arfanffements
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ties of for the scholastic year
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Girls 5, Boys
Eight babies were born at Gon
gas Hospital during the week end
in el a l iii liiii i kiiii if rui rn id v. m
port. During the same period
The names and addresses of thl
parents of the babies follow: Mr.
and Mrs. Geraldo Myrie. of Colonj
son; Mr. and Mrs. Wlliam Ken!
nedy, of Colon, daughter: HM-J
and Mrs. Harry Stutzman. of Co
co Solo, son; Mr. and Mrs. Hal
old Clarke, of Colon, daughter; Sp
3 and Mrs. William Hays, of Coc
Solito, daughter; Mr. and Mrs,
Clarence Bennett, of Colon, daughtJ
er; Mr. and Mrs. Luis Beltran, oj
Colon, son; and Mr. and Mrs. Pe
dro Rodriguez, of Colon, daughter.
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