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"Let the people know the truth and the country i$ afe' Abraham Lincoln.
33rd I EAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 2G, 1958
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Retirement Is New Bill's Big Advance
Local 907 Will Still Fight
For 10 Overall Pay Hike
Army 's 38 lb. Explorer IV
Bores Off On All Cylinders
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UPI) The Army said that all stages of its new Explorer
latellite rocket apparently fired successfully at Cape Canaveral today.
The statement said "preliminary instru mentation reports indicate that all stages of
the Army Jupiter C missile launched at the Atlantic missile range today appeared to
"Whether or not the satellite is in orbit will not be known till later this afternoon
when it will have completed its first orbit of the earth."
The big rocket, belching fire, bored into a hazy sky and turned on a northeastward
arc on a course just off shore from the Ca rolinas and New England. It carried the
heaviest satellite 38 pounds so far launched by this country.
The Jupiter C blasted off from the missile test center about 10 a.m. s
The National Academy of Sci Sciences
ences Sciences in Washington will announce
whether the litte satellite joined
Explorer I, Vanguard I and Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's Sputnik III in circling the
The Army said the 80 inch
"moon" wet designed primarily
to gather information on radia radiation
tion radiation in unexplored area outside
the earth atmosphere.
Explorer IV was chosen to oe
the urst U.S. satellite aimed at
passing over Soviet soil.
There was no living creature in
the satellite, only equipment to
measure cosmic rays and radios
to transmit the information back
to earth. Three mice have' been
sent ino space in another series of
tests, but Lhe Explorer was not a
part of that program.
Earlier today the Air Force
launched Thor missile but trie
blunt-nosed weapon blew up ov-
Vhkhiltii few thou thousand
sand thousand feet. 1 aeies&tion of 15 vi vi-rtlng
rtlng vi-rtlng congressmen saw the
The satellite bearing Jupiter
disappeared foaf a moment in a
distant layer of elouds, then broke
out and was visible tor a minute
and a half before streaking out
It rose from the launching pad
without wavering and seemed to
be "sure" of its direction northeastward.
There was no official statement
on the path the rocket and its
vital cargo would take in the
flight into the heavens. But it
was learned that if Explorer IV
wont into orbit, it would cross
over southern Russia near the
troubled Middle East on its first
trip around the globe.
Meanwhile hope faded for Wic Wic-kie,
kie, Wic-kie, the space mojise.
The three-inch rodent rode the
nose cone of an Air Force Thor Thor-Able
Able Thor-Able missile 6,300 miles in a trip
through outer space Wednesday,
then presumably fell with the cone
into the Atlantic.
Civil Affairs Bldg.
Gets Now Paint,
Japan To Protest
A renovation urogram, which in
eluded an exterior paint job and
the installation of a new air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning system, was completed
recently on the Civil Affairs build building
ing building on Gaillard Highway.
The final touch was the coat of
white paint which tranfortned the
spreading, former air terminal
from a dingy office building into
a handsome white Civil Affairs
It was the first time that the
building had received an exterior
coat of paint since it was taken
over by the Ctnal organization
several years ago. The work was
done by Servicio Brouwer at n
approximate cost of $3,000.
The Civil Affairs building was
constructed during World Wa II
ad the Canal "Zone air terseinal.
It was one of the first all-air con conditioned
ditioned conditioned buildings in the Canal
Zone, end was at the time the
only up-to-date air terminal on
the Isthmus. ,
When the air terminal facilities
were moved to the Tocumen Jn
ternational Airport in Panam in
1949, the building was taken over
by the Canal organization as the
headquarters el the Civil Affairs
Housed in the building are the
offices of Henry L. Donovan, Ci Ci-vil
vil Ci-vil Affairs director, the headquar
ter of the Police. Postal, Fire
and School Divisions, the Civil
Defense Unit, the License Section,
and the Canal Zone library and
the library museum. The library,
located in an are formerly buU
as an airport restaurant, was re recently
cently recently air conditioned as part of
the rehabilitation program.
The interior painting of the
building is planned for fart year.
Because of training require
ments. a ban on tiuietlng will be
in effect in two areas early next
month, Headquarters, U.S. Army
Hunting restrictions will apply
In the Rio Hato area from Aug.
1 through 15, and in the Jungle
warfare Training Area, Foil
Sherman, between Aug. 1-9.
RABAUL, New Britain (UPTJ (UPTJ-Three
Three (UPTJ-Three U.S. Army doctors flew
here Friday to examine crew
members of two Japanese coast
guard vessels dusted with radio radioactive
active radioactive fallout last week from a
U.S. hydrogen bomb test arEni arEni-wetok.
wetok. arEni-wetok. In Tokyo, informed sources said
the Japanese government was
paving the Way for a stringent
protest to the United States
against the incident, which oc occurred
curred occurred July 14- outside the U.S.
designated nuclear danger area.
The three doctors, who were not
identified, arrived Tfom Truk in
the Caroline Islands to examine
five cew members of the coast
guard vessels Takuyo Maru and
the Satsuma Maru who were hos-
pitauzea wicn radiation exposure.
ine coast guard in Tokyo said
37 crew members and members
oi Japanese scientific teams
aboard the ussels had been
placed under medical observation
because they showed signs of rad radiation
iation radiation illness.
Search planes have covered
thousands of square miles of the
ocean since then in a vain hunt for
the cone's orange balloon mark
Wickie was the third mouse to
be launched in a Tbor-AWe mis missile.
sile. missile. The other two also were not
Four planes saw the missile
make a fiery re-entry into the at
mosphere at a speed of about 15, 15,-000
000 15,-000 niiles per hour. Maj. Gen.
Donald Yates said that recovery
of the cone was not too vital in
assaying the results of the firing.
"We can answer most of the
questions when we get the results
of the telemetry on the flight," he
said. "Then we will be awfully
close to what w? want."
The cone had been equipped with
a radio transmitter that apparent
ljr failed to function after4anding
in .the ocean.
scientists were anxious to re
cover one of the nose cones to de
termine exactly how it fared
against the terrific heat generated
by friction in reentering the atmos-phere.
Recovery of the mouse, dead or
alive, also would give scientists a
clue to the effect of cosmic rays
on a Jiving organism. That would
De a Dig step toward putting a
man into space.
USARCARIB Is Big
Business To Panama
GRAY SKIES President Eisenhower and Kwame Nkrumah,
Prime Minister of Ghana, scan the rain filled sky as they stand
on the White House North Portico after lunch, Nkrumah is in
the country for a 10-day official visit.
Ike Wants This For Lebanon:
Marines Get Out UN Gets In
WASHINGTON, Jury 26 (UPI) The United States said today
it wants to withdraw U-S. Marines from Lebanon as soon as the
United Nations can act "to assure the independence and terri territorial
torial territorial integrity of that state." r y
Th IIS nnsition was maae lawn jwm. """
President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah of
Ghana issued by the wnite Mouse.
Nkrumah approved of the U.S. determination to pull back
troops from Lebanon, the communique said.
'The two governments were in agreement that the solution
for the urgent problems of that area (Middle East) should be
found within the framework of the United Nations in a manner
which will preserve the independence and territorial integrity of
all member nations, whether large or small," the statement said.
The United States also agreed
The captains of the two ships,
which were carrying out oceano oceano-graphic
graphic oceano-graphic studies in connection with
the International Geophysical
Year, said they were well out of
the danger zone when showered
with radioactive fallout.
The ships set Geiger counters
haywire when they reached here
las, but the radiation now was be below
low below the possible danger level.
Sources in Tokyo said the For Foreign
eign Foreign Office and the coast guard
had launched a joint investigation
of the incident with a vtew to toward
ward toward sending an official protest
to the United States against the
hydrogen bomb tests.
Observers said the incident may
spark a new wave of anti-H-bomb
demonstrations in Japan during
the world conference against hy hydrogen
drogen hydrogen bombs scheduled to open
in Tokyo Aug. 12.
The conference will open just a
week after the two vessels are
scheduled to arrive back in
Award of contracts totaling
$1,256,865 to local firms during
the last two months of fiscal
year 1958 was announced by the
U.S. Army Caribbean Engineer's
Eighteen firms were awarded
contracts covering a variety of
services. Work includes interior
and exterior painting, re-roofing
and installing screening at va various
rious various canal Zone posts; con construction
struction construction of a bus stop shelter at
the Curundu entrance gate;
modifications to the radio and
television transmitter station at
Fort Davis; installation of equip
ment at the Quartermaster
Laundry, Curundu, and electrical
Contracts were awarded In the
following amounts: Guardia
Company $201,792; H. I. Homa
Company, $25,481 ; 1st hmian
Constructors, Inc. $4,420.22; W. A.
Rogers, $21,598; Federal Roofing
and Painting, Inc. $126,632; Leon
G. Greene, $4,489; Calvino and
Roquer Cla., Ltda,, $75,859; Stew Steward
ard Steward Electric Co. $14,042; Anthony
Leggiere, $32,163.19 and Pacific
Contractors, Inc.. $13,898.
Also, Dillon- and Hickman Con Construction
struction Construction Co. $2,394; Rogelio Diaz
and Gilberto Guardia, S.A., $185, $185,-078.45;
078.45; $185,-078.45; Hermanos Wright. S A.,
$58,550; Bildon. Inc. $106,544;
Aire Frio, S.A., $32,035; Tropical
Paint Co. 220,643; E. O. Hauke
Construction Co.. $93,150; and
Hojalateria Panama, $37,896.59.
"With respect to the particular
situation in Lebanon, the United
States emphasized its desire to
withdraw its forces just as soon
as the United Nations can act ef effectively
fectively effectively to assure the independ independence
ence independence and territorial integrity of
MLrmmah and Eisenhower also
reemphasized' their determine
tion to itrtnflthen the United Na Nations
tions Nations in he interests of world
peace bated upon international
"it was annarent that both coun
tries share the same beliefs with
respect to mutual respect for the
sovereignty and independence of
nations, non-interference in the in in-tral
tral in-tral affairs of other nations, so social
cial social and economic progress for
all peoples and the rights and dig dignity
nity dignity of the individual," the state statement
ment statement added.
Esenhower agreed to consider
how the United SStates might as
sist with loans and other technical
assistance with regard to the Vol Vol-1a
1a Vol-1a River project, a multi-million
dollar power project in Ghana.
The U.S. government also a a-greed
greed a-greed to see how it might help
Ghana with development loans in
connection with a new develop development
ment development plan being prepared by the
recenty independent African
Santo Tomas Calls
For 6 Blood Donors
Santo Tomas Hospital is appeal
inp for six nints of blood fir Eu-
Santo Tomas Hospital is appeal
ine for six Dints of blood for Eu
sebio Rivera who urgently needs
it to undergo a crucial operation
Tntrnriino rtnnors are asked to
inquire at the Social Security Sec- sisting arrest anI
inn Mtn'i Snroprv ward. Ded John E. 'Deming
No. 25. case unt'l Monday at 2:30 p.m
to expand its program of techni technical
cal technical aid to help diversify -ir.d
strengthen the Ghana economy.
The two governments also ex exchanged
changed exchanged views on the birth of new
states in Africa and the continent's
growing importance in world affairs.
Eisenhower emphasized the "sin
cere interest oi tne united aiaies
in the orderly political, economic
and social advancement of Afri African
can African peoples.
Harold W. Rerrie, chairman of Local 900, said today that the ex extension
tension extension of retirement benefits will he the principal advance Local Raters
gain for the time being under the Single Wage Scale Bill, signed into law
by President Eisenhower yesterday.
Rerrie also wanted clarification of the discrepancy between what he
terms the low percentage (less than five percent, according to one
well-informed source) of Panama Canal Co. local raters who Mill be trans transferred
ferred transferred to the US rale rolls, ami the estimated 27 percent of Armed Ser Services
vices Services local raters who will now get US rates, minus the 25 percent dif differential.
ferential. differential. Jose de la Rosa Castillo, advisor to the president of Local 907, in
noting that only 27 per cent of the Armed Forces local raters would re receive
ceive receive a substantial increase through the new legislation, said that Local
907 "will still struggle for a 10 percent overall increase for the great
percentage of employes who will receive no substantial increase from
Castillo said the increases become effective 90 days after Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower signs the executive orders for implementation of the bill.
Rerrie said Local 900 is prepared to meet the many problems which will arise
during the application of the new legislation, particularly the Single Was- seal.
He said Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter has tlreadjg jpprqyitKl .tlMwysT''1'1
taihtflUn a June 9 letter from Uoal 900, ekine to xta
reaching retirement age under the Disability Cash Relief ""Act before they become
eligible for Civil Service retirement under the new bill. Alternatively, the letter asked
that the system for local raters be equalized with that now applying to US Raters.
The State Department noted yesterday, in a statement issued along with the an announcement
nouncement announcement that President Eisenhower had signed the Single Wage Scale Bill, that in
fulfilling other provisions of the 1955 Remo n-Eisenhower treaty, the United States has
transferred to Panama since 1955 land and other real property valued at $25,000,000,
appropriated $20,000,000 for construction of a bridge at Balboa, and has more than
quadrupled to a total of $1,930,000 its annuity payments.
CZ Policeman Gets
Punched, Draws Gun
To Make Arrest
A Canal Zone policeman was
punched in the face and forced to
draw his gun while arresting a
man near the Paralso Service Cen Center
ter Center yesterday.
The policeman, E C. Amason si.s si.s-pected
pected si.s-pected Walter S. Ford, 23 of loit loitering,
ering, loitering, when he tried to place him
under arrest, Ford broke away.
Amason chased and grabbed Mm,
whereupon Ford punched him in
the face, cutting his lips badly.
Ford ran into building 217 anil
standing at the doorway with a
large piece of wood he had rip ripped
ped ripped from the hallway, he threaten threatened
ed threatened to kill the officer if he ap approached.
proached. approached. Amason covered the man with
hi gun whHe a bystander phoned
Balboa Police Station Upon the
arrival of another officer, Edward
J. Husom. Ford was arrested end
taken to Balboa Police Station.
He was later charged with re-
oitcnng. J i' o r;
Rerrie stated today that
Potter went along with using
the system now applicable to
US raters, providing for those
Local Raters who may reach
62 years of age to go up for
a physical examination, and
if found physically fit, to he
allowed to continue in the
service each year until they
are discovered to be physical physically
ly physically unfit, or reach the man mandatory
datory mandatory age for retirement as
set forth In the Civil Service
Rerrie said that while the
a?e of 70 will be the mandatory
retirement age for non-citizens,
these employes may be retired
on an optional basis before
reaching that age, or for dis disability
ability disability reasons.
Rerrie further stated that Lo
cal 900 well knows the efforts
made by Potter to iron out the
difficulties on retirement which
Crazy, Mixed Up Colon Train Trip On Again Both Of Them
PCC Employes Take
Four 'S' Course
In Writing Letters
A "plain 'letters" workshop as
concluded this week for more
than two score employes of 'Me
Panama Canal Co., most of them
men working in various sections
of the Comptroller's office.
agencies in the Canal Zone to
establish uniform wage scales
and retirement benefit systems
holding up passage of the j znd to afford equality of op
portunity for employment and
participation in employes train training
ing training programs."
ice Commission. " V"i
,s in Washington, he rae ce in
jrse similar to that '0"? a 'f 'J?
Panama Canal officials today
confirmed that the Paraiso Mutual
Aid Club had been granted per permission
mission permission to sell round-trip ttckets
for special coaches on all trains
leaving Panama City on Aug. 30
and 31 and Sept. 1,
A spokesman for the Canal said
the number of coaches on eacn
train will depend on the number
of tickets sold by the club.
The spokesman also confirmed
that the Pacific Commissary So Social
cial Social and Sporting Club is sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a special train to Colon on
Members of the Commissary
Club had declared yesterday that
Panama Railroad officials had
told them that they had no know
ledge of the special three-day train
fares being promoted by the Mu Mutual
tual Mutual Aid Club.
Confirmation from Canal officials
followed closely on the heels of a
statement from Benjamin P. Soley
activities chairman of the Mutual
Aid Club, protesting yesterday's
report concerning what he called
"our advertised Christian pilgrim pilgrimage
age pilgrimage ... to the city of Colon."
Soley is particularly peeved with
the i members of the Commissary
Cub. from whom he said he would
"not accept any form of apology."
Commissary Club members ap apparently
parently apparently got the impression that
the Mutual Aid Club was sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a special train only on Sunday,
Aug. 31, while they were sponsor.
ing another special' train on tne
following day, which is Labor Day'
in the Canal Zone.
The Canal spokesman said to today
day today representatives of both groups
had been straightened out on the
matter of the special coaches be be-ine
ine be-ine sDonsored over the Labor Pay
Weekend, by the Mutual Aid ciud.
Meanwnne weveiHim v. noun m,
business manager for both the
Commissary and the Mutual Aid
Clubs, declared that the officers
and members of the latter orga organization
nization organization have no knowledge either
of plans for the special coaches'.
Roberts said the whole plan was
carried out by Soley and Mutual
Aid president Frank Burke with with-out
out with-out their being authorized to do
so and without notifying the club
Of the steps they hadjaken in this
According to Roberts, any such
arrangements should have been
made with the assistance of the
business manager and the secreta secretary,
ry, secretary, George W. Joshua.
Roberts also rapped Soley and
Burke for releasing a picture of if
one legged Panamanian woman
resident of Chiva Chiva with the
announcement that the Mutual Aid
Club was accepting donations to
provide her with an arti icial leg.
Roberts said the club had remov removed
ed removed this item from the list of the
causes they were seeking dona donations
tions donations for after being informed by
Forrest G. Dunsmoor, chairman
of the Committee for Aid fo Physi Physically
cally Physically Handicapped Persons, that
an artificial leg would be provid provided
ed provided for the woman by the committee.
The instructor for the class,
which met for two and a hal?
hours each morning for the past
week, was W. J. Powell, an audi
tor in the Internal Audit Branch.
Powell returned to the Canal
Zone recently from Washington aft after
er after attending a six-month manage
ment training course given by
the Civil Service Commission.
While he was
attended a course
which he has been teaching here
for the past week. The seminar
was originated by the national ar archives
chives archives and records service of the
General Services Administration
and was designed to improve let letter
ter letter writing in the federal service.
It was suggested by the second
Those taking the course follow
what i" known as the Font S
plan: The S s standing for short shortness,
ness, shortness, si' Hieity. strength, and sin sincerity.
cerity. sincerity. o teach the local class,
Powell used slides and other vi visual
sual visual material, together with hia
The class here Wifl made up of
20 employes from the Internal Au
dit Branch three from the Claims
Branch, and three from the Per
sonnel Training Center. Each will
be given a certificate for his par
ticipation in the course.
Potter committed the Canal
Administration to contribute
approximately $6 to S6'i mil million
lion million to the Civil Service Com Commission's
mission's Commission's fund, Rerrie said.
This action served a great
deal to satisfy members of
the House Subcommittee stu studying
dying studying the legislation.
Furthermore, Rerrie went on,
the Canal Administration has
promised to provide experts to
speak at union and other group
meetings to explain tne retire retirement
ment retirement and single wage plans.
Regarding the discrepancy in
Canal and Armed Forces pro promotions
motions promotions to US Rates, Rerrie
pointed out that by law the
Armed Forces were not author
ized previously to place non non-citizen
citizen non-citizen employes on US rates
of pay, but those employes who
were doing what could be con considered
sidered considered as US-Rate jobs were
being paid at rates higher than
the generally accepted Canal
Zone, rates and rates lower than
On the other hand, he said,
the Company-Government for
years has placed non-citizen
on US rates of pay, minus
the tropical differential. There
are more than 150 non-citizen
now receiving; US rates of
pay on the Company-Government
The Department said the
J4 000 Panamanian citizens
employed in the Canal Zone
and the general economy of
Panama are expected to ben benefit
efit benefit from the new law.
President Eisenhower sent a per personal
sonal personal message to Panaman.ao
President Ernesto de la Guardia
Ir. hailing final fulfillment by the
United States of its commitments
under the 1955 treaty with Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Eisenhower told He la Guard,
that h hoped enactment of
islation to equalize pay ptrictic
ei for U.S. and Panamanian
employes would force "one mor
link in the long chain of friend,
ship, coooerat'nrt and mutual re
spect that has traditionally
bound our governments end citl citl-citiient
citiient citl-citiient together."
signed the wage bill ypster-
Vfhe State Department pointed
out yesterday that the general e e-conomy
conomy e-conomy of Panama is expelled
to benefit considerably through
la Guardia said;
message to 4
Because of this, Rerrie said,
those employes of the Armed
Forces who are now KOins on
"I am pleased to inform your
excellency that I have today af affixed
fixed affixed my signature to an id
which authorizes and directs Unit
ed Slates government agencies in
rUS rates would have probably! the Canal Zone to conform theiv
US rates of pay ; eploymem und wage practices
ey were on the jo the principle agreed upon and
Panama Canal payrolls. "Thisi set forth in item o n' the mm mm-will
will mm-will explain in part why the orandum of understandings reach
Company-Government's per- pd. attached to the Treaty of l.'u l.'u-centage
centage l.'u-centage will be so low ", he said, tual Understan-'ing and CooiieYa-
tion of 1955, hVween the United
States and Panama.
Union officials were all hap
py over tne iact tnat at long
last this legislation has been
signed by the President.
Another hlU affecting the
Canal Zone is at the WhHe
House awaiting the Presi President's
dent's President's signature. It Is the
measure providing a pay raise
for District of Columbia po police
lice police and firemen, whose pay
scale determines the wages
also nald in the Canal Zone
for these services.
"By this act the United States
completes the fulfillments of its
commitment Pnma under
the treaty of 1955, so far as speci specific
fic specific legislation may be reouired.
"I shall issue an. executive or order
der order shortly which will establish
the administrative criteria by
whih onerattnn of th provisions
of the act will be facilitated
"I sincerely hope that the enact enactment
ment enactment of this legislation forces one
niiTiv lint in trip lonp rhain of
The State Department later j friendship, cooperation and m'tmaj
isued a brief announcement on respect that has traditionally hound
the new law that said It "dl- our governments and citizens t
reels United States government' gether."
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THE MAIL BOX
LOCAL RATE UNIONS
In Philip N. Malcolm's continued attempts to discredit and
Ultimately destroy Local 900, unknowingly, I am sine, he has
given, my arguments in previous letters to the Mail Box more
than 100 peixent support in favor of the great job Local 900
has done, is doing, and under the present leadership will no
d0UlCanaSf Malcolm s letter (Mail Box, July 22, would
disclose the following: h,ki0 nW
The PCWIEA unaer Samuel Whyie did a commendable job,
but it did not have collective bargaining rights as Malcom said.
No union or association ever gets collective bargaining rights
from the United States government. My father who was one
trie the leaders of the PCWIEA under Samuel Whyte told me
after Whyte left the isthmus of the scores of efforts they made
to get affiliated with the AFT in the States or one LLU-M1C
in the Canal Zone, failing each time. Therefore, contrary to
what Malcolm is saying, Sam Whyte did see the urgent need
for international affiliation. This supports my point of view
that Local 900 should never sever its international affiliation
because if Whyte considered it necessary in his days, we need
" eThatmLen GoTdsmith was a good organizer, I do not doubt
but Hitler was also a good soldier, Arnulfo Arias was a good
politician and Gaskin was a good labor leader But what hap happened.
pened. happened. Goldsmith is gone. Hitler is gone. Arnulfo Arias is gone
and Gaskin is gone, along with all their radical policies. My
arguments are, therefore, give me the sober men who were here
and are still here batting for us. I don't cherish the idea of
living in the past, as Malcom does.
By Malcolm's own reasoning, he should stop paying in in-tome
tome in-tome tax to the Panamian government on the grounds that
the government has a fleet of Cadillacs, Lincolns, Fords,
Chevrolet, trucks, etc. all that at the expense of the taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers Thev even give the police patrol cars, and motorcycles and
rire'fighting trucks to the Bomberos, otherwise these public
lervants would never get to where they are going to do the
lob they were hired to do. The Panama Canal and the Armed
Forces could not even count the vehicles, ships and planes they
have at their disposal to carry on the government s operations
so why shouldn't Local 900 have a couple of cheap cars to get
dux officers around? Most of them are not paid salaries, un un-Lik
Lik un-Lik our government officials who are paid out of tax money.
' Malcolm's talks about Local 900 not getting any bills through
Congress. Congressional records and history will prove that
Richard Shoemaker, Gerald FitzGerald and Milton Murray o.
the GCEOC testified and spent a lot of money in Washington
helping to get the Cash Relief amendment through Oie Con Con-eress
eress Con-eress Harold W. Rerrie, Jose de la Rosa Castillo and William
H Sinclair all testified locally on the Federal Minimum Wage
bill while Gerald FitzGerald tes'ified in Washington in our
behalf Harold Williams, Jose Castillo, Gerald FitzGerald, James
Carroll and others of Local 900, Local 907 and the AFSCME tes testified
tified testified locally and in Washington on the present treaty bill
which Congress hs just approved, while our Local leaders
tc&ght a hellV 7lfct down here in our defense. Accordingly
can count-at-least three tfftes of important legislation that
Local 900 and the international union helped to get. through
Congress. Malcolm must be sleeping.
I do not know If Edward A. Gaskin ever managed money
from Local 900 ill-advisedly but since Malcolm served as a
trustee under Gaskin, maybe Malcolm could give some better
light on this issue, since as trustee he was also custodian of
trie union funds, and should have been keeping a lookout for
the welfare of the union. Or was he one of those sleeping of officers
ficers officers who never did a thing for the local-rate workers in the
That Local 900 was dead when Gaskin finally resigned is
true Then I saw Rerrie and the International Representative
applied financial talent in reducing expenses by closing offices,
selling cars, furnitures and laying ofl employes, and putting
Local 900 back on its feet, convering It into a real fighting
machine which Governor Potter has learned to respect because
of the caliber of its leadership. Furthermore, Malcolm cannot
deny that Local 900 is very much alive, very effectively
administered, and I can swear that the officers In charge of
finances have handled the treasury with iron hands, at times
to the detriment of the organization. I see Local 900, the dead
local union, with its tied-handed leaders heading straight for
i 1 nfu.t vj WnilHinrfr the mpmhrpshin 1n the flflmhna
BV JlUUailiK piujcrvt, fliiu uunuiun
section despite all of Malcolm's
UT that When our lortneoming elections aie iieia mat, me new
officers will be able to carry on in the footsteps of the present
Walter Reuther Just laid off a hundred men and cut his own
alary to meet financial difficulties, and his union numbers
more than 1.5 million members. The AFL-CIO with over 15
ridllion members just laid off over a hundred staff men to also
meet financial difficulties. The Panama Canal and the Armed
Florces are always cutting down expenses here and there and
they have no limit to their millions. The Panamanian Govern Govern-rttent
rttent Govern-rttent Is also economizing on all fronts to meet financial dif difficulties.
ficulties. difficulties. They even closed the Canal Zone employes' tax of office
fice office in San Miguel, apparently because only Malcolm and I have
vbeen paying Income tax. Therefore, more glory to my officers
Who demonstrated their ability to meet a financial situation
Ihat would have puzzled the average man, cope, with the
problems, and converted disaster Into victory. Those are the
men I support as my leaders.
f 100 Percent Uninist
LOS RIOS PLAYGROUND
Heard some fine news yesterday. Finally one of the many
itrnmises made the residents of Lost Rios lb about to be ful
filled! The bare space where the Army's nice swimming pool
was so unnecessarily destroyed Is to get some playground equip equipment.
ment. equipment. Swell it's certainly badly needed!
So now I hear that an enterprising resident (with children
oj his own, I understand) Is talking of a petition to try and
2op the Installation of the new swing, etc., on the grounds that
'Sglves near tne P'ce the noise of the children will disturb
jpt beauty sleep.
j All I can figure out Is that this kids must be some of
lie does his snoozing. Now, I don't like racket during my siesta
those who use the street In front of my place to play in while
Tuiy better than the next guy, but kids are going to yell
Wherever they play At least let's give them a place where
they're off the streets while they do so.
One For The Kids.
SAN ANTONIO BUGIE
The heat has lust about trot
that lets me get to sleep before midnight. Tornadoes are plenti plentiful
ful plentiful on the northern border.
It looks like a showdown with Russia and we don't know
What may happen, but I think It is only a bluff. This time It
loolu like Elsenhower Is going to call their hand.
Texas let over two million dollars In road contracts last
weak and is letting more this week. We are leading in road
ontructlon and we'll soon have a network with no grade
Our speed limit Is 00 mph but on the super highways
tVith no crossing it's up to you. A whole family was wiped out
In n accident last week by running under an oil truck.
The Henkles keep me posted on Boquete and I'm glad to
know how well they are doing. Still seems like home to me.
Other than my sight I am doing fine, though the bright
un gets me and I hate to wear heavy dark glasses. Can't read
a thing and it s hard to understand others reading. Will rest
my eyes and try to do better next week.
...... ...- k
growling. My only wish today i
us. A lieht south breeze Is all
By VICTOR RIESEL
PARIS Gen. de Gaulle, who
each hour now spins out the fate
of his country from a headquart headquarters
ers headquarters virtually around the corner
from Napoleon's tomb, soon e e-nough
nough e-nough will prove to his country countrymen
men countrymen that he is nol a modern em emperor.
peror. emperor. The Prime Minister will re retire
tire retire to his farm again within a
year to 18 months and we A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans had best pray that be
has finished his mission by 1960,
the deadline he has set for him himself.
self. himself. There is absolutely no doubt
that this report of the General's
decision to retire i absolutely ac accurate.
curate. accurate. So, too, is the folloiwng re report
port report that the Politburo of the Cen Central
tral Central Committee o.' the French
Communist Party was directed by
Moscow last June 9 to build an un underground
derground underground military network which
can paralyze French factories and
power plants and battle in the
streets if Gen. De Gaulle does not
succeed in strengthening the
Orders irom Moscow were slap
ed down on the French Commu Communist
nist Communist Politburo through one of the
French red whips, a brutally anti anti-American
American anti-American by name of Waldeck
Rochet. The Kremlin was anger angered
ed angered by the French Communists' fai failure
lure failure to slop Gen. DeGaulle with
riots and general strikes. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev has sent word he does not
want this to happen again.
The Communist revolt fizzled
last Spring because the French
working people believed in de
Gaulle. They would nol go into the
streets against him. Over 80 per percent
cent percent of the French workers, ac according
cording according to our own labor experts
here, are for him. I learned this
for myself by going out into the
Red belt around Paris the huge
perimeter of factories and 1,000, 1,000,-000
000 1,000,-000 workers which encircles this
capital. In fact, this is being writ written
ten written in a car at the side o a road
15 miles south of Paris, along the
Seine across from the Renault Au Auto
to Auto factory in the early morning
hours as more than 30,000 men re report
port report to work.
When the Communists called
their anti-de Gaulle demonstrations
only 25 Communist activits left
the plant. That's right, just 25. Yet
this is the very center of the Red
belt with which the Communists
had hoped to strangle Paris some
day and so choke all France.
But now the Communist Party,
working out of a stone-block fortress-like
building with reinforced
doors and wire mesh barricades
guarding it in the heart of the ci city
ty city are building their forces from
the ground up. They have plenty
of money. Don't snicker at this
one. THey have millions inK Mos Moscow
cow Moscow gold, trite as that phrase
The gold pours out of the Banque
Commerciale pour l'Europe du
Nord, 21 Rue de l'Arcade (8).
This bank frequently is the agent
for Moscow sales of gold here on
the continent and in London.
Though this bank Soviet credits
are transferred to the satellite
it is tied in with scores of Eu European
ropean European banking houses and fun funnels
nels funnels its money into the U.S. as
well. Here in Paris it is used by
the Russians to finance enterprises
which, in turn, are linked with the
Soviets' political activities. The
money filters down.
At this moment the Party chiefs,
aging Jacques Duclos and the ail ailing
ing ailing Maurice Thorez, have whipped
into action their own secret unit
of 4,000 younger men. These, in
turn, are traveling the land set setting
ting setting up action cells in as many fac factories,
tories, factories, cities and villages as they
can. The Communist Party alrea already
dy already boasts of "thousands" of such
units. It refers o them as Repub Republican
lican Republican Vigilance Committees. On
June 11, Thorez told the Fre.h
Communist Party Central Com Committee
mittee Committee that:
"In factories, in town, and vil villages,
lages, villages, thousands of democratic ac action
tion action committees for the defense of
the Republic are being set up.
They express the will of the
masses to struggle ... The left
(wing) forces are being rallied in
particular through the action of
anti-fascist committees and com
mittees of Republican defense. ..in
plants and factories in city dis districts
tricts districts and villages."
There are powerful Communist
action committees right now in
the vital St. Nazaire shipbuilding
yards and metal factories. They
are in the mining districts and
such port cities as Marseilles. Yet
this is just the beginning.
With their money and manpow manpower,
er, manpower, the Communists will be in
fighting trim when de Gaulle steps
down. Unless there is a strong
France (here will be class war.
If the Communists win we lose.
They will tear our military instal installations
lations installations right from under us and
point our own guns west instead
of east. Without the French there
will be no defense of Europe.
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
RULE BRITANNIA: Queen Eli Eli-zaoeuis
zaoeuis Eli-zaoeuis illness tending British
constitutional lawyers to the. law
oooks. Unaer an ancient act of
rariiament, never repealed, it's
possiDie tnat Princess Margaret is
neir of the throne, not .Prince
diaries, beems that after the trou troublesome
blesome troublesome times Oi Mary and tne
urst Auzaoeln, a law was passed
providing tnat snould there De no
male neir anu more than one lem lem-ale
ale lem-ale heiress, then the lemales
snould be "joint sovereigns,"
which would mean the Margaret
is now actually to Queen and
would succeeu Elizabein as sole
ruier. That's what Philip is wor worried
ried worried about. No regency lor a young
I get the message Do You.)
Newest ana nuaest puotos making
trie rounas: Eva Uartok. So that's
wnat all the shooting's about?; ...
Next time an Englishman makes
a crack about "Little Rock" ask
nim about the proposal in Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament to ban West Indians (Negro
British suojects; irom working on
British Railways, a government
owneu corp! ... Aristotle Onassis
may be one of the richest guys rh
the world, but he's only another
husbana to his wile Una who
clamped her loot down when he
and rlob Arias, Mirgot Fonteyn's
husband, tried to bring five Dal Dal-lennas
lennas Dal-lennas of the MOnte Carlo Ballet
back to the yacht Christina for a
4 a.m. drink. Mrs. Onassis said it
was too late It's never too late
I know what you want (Is this
it?) Lindsey Crosby, Bing's young youngest,
est, youngest, found love at the Concord. Her
name is Helene Steinberg, a 21-year-old
brownette. Home gal ...
And Concord producer Phil Green Green-wald
wald Green-wald was so funny emceeing a
show, that Phil (Sgt. iBilko) Six Sixers
ers Sixers is putting him on the TV opus
as "Pvt. Greenwald." ...Had one
of the greatest gal singers there I
ever came across. Name of Tru Tru-die
die Tru-die Adams. Where's she been all
this time? Never heard of her be before.
fore. before. Natural for the Copa.
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documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
100 Central Ave. at
corner ot "I" Street
0. A. De R0UX,
From 0:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from 1:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
1 he Hose Isn't Cooperating
Love's in bloom: Hottest trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental romance is red-iiead-ed
Jean Stratlon Starr and tne
Mayor of a large Miuwesteru cuy.
Jean, one time playmate ol Macu Macu-co,
co, Macu-co, Wild Playooy or tne rampas,
and fiancee ol Jose Iturbi, was
acquitted by an all male jury in
Miami a couple ol years ago on
charges of murdering her second
husoand. Saia sne killed him in
sell delense with a gun she al always
ways always carried in her bra. So that s
wnat it was.) Atier the 12 i,ood
men and true gave her freedom,
Jean told reporters she was going
to wed. rreuerick van Orman, 70 70-year
year 70-year old millionaire and former
Lt. Governor ol Indiana. He died
since. "Didn't even leave me ins
regards," Jean said at Billy Reed's
Happy days are here again: To Tonight
night Tonight s the night when Ea Wynne's
gay Harwyn is gay again. Took
just one week alter the lire to re restore
store restore glamor from the ruoble. It's
the first time 1 ever he ud oi wait waiters
ers waiters pitching in to help with the
work ... Bridget Strong and Bob
Whittaker will be an autumn mar marriage.
riage. marriage. She's Bob Strong's ex and
once took sleeping pills alter bust busting
ing busting up with Strong ... Poor little
rich gals: Rita Hay worth's daugnt daugnt-ers
ers daugnt-ers Rebecca, aged 13 and Vas Vas-min
min Vas-min eignt, waited around Lon London's
don's London's Savoy for their papas to take
them on holiday, that's Orson
Welles and Aly Kuan respectively,
but they no snow.
Some data less dissa: How come
so many new places fronted by
mob money are getting cabaret
and liquor licenses? ... Another
UN incident in E. 58th St. when
Thillman Match, son of the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian diplomat, got what innocent
bystanders usually get when Tex Texan
an Texan Jimmy Sherwood battled with
his gal friend ... William B. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, the disk jocl. with the dou double
ble double talk name, double talking to
Melissa Weston at Quo Vadis.
So wake up, pals: Another two
bit Hitler-Stalin emerging in the
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
new state of Ghana where Prime
Minister iNKruman tan American
educated Marxist) is a dictator us using
ing using terrorist tactics. Jans critics
oi the government lor three, years
(including opposition members ot
parliament Wno are pulled" oft the
lloor lor critizing him.) Lawyers
who aeienu his critics are picked
up and deported by lprce and the
press in muzzled in a wave nf lor.
ror worse than Havana ever was1
(but where do you read about it it-except
except it-except 'here?) This dangerous
man wants to take over all 800,
000 A ricans (But thevVo t
Not guilty: Singer Johnny John Johnston
ston Johnston says he's terribly upset bjj
stories printed elsewhere that he
may reconcile with his ex wife
Katbryn Grayson and is denying
it loudly. His present wife has
been ailing for six month: and the
item set her back considerably.
Johnny says he and Kathryn have
always been good friends and he
admires her a lot. (So do I and so
do all the Latin Quarter patrons.)
Now don't get me wrong: Just
because I'm agin Castro and his
Commie led Cuban rebels, doesn't
mean I'm for Batista, no more
than that I might "applaud" Tru Tru-jillo
jillo Tru-jillo for "eliminating' Galindez,
(one of the most dimerous Red
spies on earth,) means I'm for
Trujillo. So there!
The Mortimerrier: Top echelon
of Columbia pics hdding its breath
with producer Sam Spiegel and
wife Betty yachting the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean with Harry Cohn's widow
uvmi. amuing &am could sell the
Brooklyn Bridge ... Anita Wood,
Elvis Presley's "girl" and Nick
Todd, Pat Boone's brother, an En Envoy
voy Envoy duo. (Discussinif Rnrk'n' HaII
1 presume.) ... Reason Denise Lor,
the songbird, isn't using her full
name for the Copacabana opening
is that there isn't room enough' in
tne aas ior uenise Jeanne Marie
Briault Lnr Martin TurniM P.
ers tiffing? (Don't know, Merely
esKing. ) ... An ailing playboy told
Eddie Condon ha
there anymore, His doctor advised
a cnange oi scene, so he moved to
another bar ... Matty Fox, the TV
film tycoon offered the Japanese
government a deal to give it TV
films for "absolutely free." All he
warns is a zsu toot yacht in ex
chance ... Vivian Rlainp oliniArii
ed the glamours Roundtable on the
arm of Adlai Stevenson's nephew
om, ana wnat sne s got is
good for a two-time loser's
hew. Or even a two time loser
More of the Merrier: Karol Fa-
geros, the tennis star whn nr
the gold panties on the courts,
snows up in night clubs with the
lowest cut aresses this side of Lili
St. Cvr. (When h' tin. vnu
forget the romantic fiddles at Chez
vuo.) ... as lor jazz, I can take
it or leave it and usually leave it,
but it looks like evervnnr in
N. Y. is trying to get tickets for
me itanaau s island Jazz Festival
on Aug. 22 ... Jack Roth (Joimej
Durante'! famnill Hrnmmpt-l in
from Reno for an operation at
mritness. .It's true: Jadin Wong,
favorite of the London and, Paris
sassietv set. broke in a new art
with completely ntw look and an angle,
gle, angle, at SI a CP Cnarh Tnn tUrnm.
-mended to L.Q.'g Mr. Eddie Ris-
man ... iveue rajver, tne up corn
er in Italian films is Janet Audrey,
a tormer sway chorine from the
Wisdom of a white way wolf:
Gals who've tot What It takes u u-sually
sually u-sually take wht. you've got!
IRAQ RECOGNITION SCORED
JAKARTA (UP1) -The pro gov
eminent Upholders of Indonesian
independence Party yesterday at
tacked the govern nl's"hastv"
recognition of the new Iraqi gov
IVICUINCTON Th. Amari
inn puuiM. uvcsu t iiuw lb uui u
last weekend tad early this week
there has been more diplomatic
arm-twisting, more tablepounding
anu more uue billg collected by
Ampriran riinlnmaU at fhp TTnilpH
..Ll; J -H L w... .11
Nations than at any other time
"I ana." iuowj.
" t. tmo mu w
drum up a two-thirds vole in the
urn ut-ncidi nsaeiuuij 10 gel a
UN nnlirP .hrnp 1a talc avm, fnri
the Marines and thus get the Un
ited States off tne book and oil the
beaches in Lebanon.
The UN vote-getting has not
Here is how some of the one onetime
time onetime friends and allies of the li linked
nked linked States have reacted:'
IN LATIN AMERICA Argsn-
Una, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela,
Mexico have been cool. They ar-
diipH nrivatplv that fhp ClnnA
Neighbor policy has become a
scrips nl visll nv Ampriran tin.
wigs and they are tired oi smil-
. 8, CTZ- a
ing faces behind champagne K a
ses lifted to toast an empty policy.:
rri .... 1 1 t I
j tt : -a--y i "
Thovf nninl nit that thv are sum.
m rifMsH hv Amcrifan rtoloaatinn nf-
fice boys at the UN and told how
io vote. iaey are veiling Amen
ic -icunijs nmcii
can rtDlomal that thv i lirPi
: -r j
Of votm in insmietinns from the
IN iUHOPS- West Germany,
an anchor member of NATO, hiscan people to know fhlZ Z.1'
been erumblincr affainsf Amprir-an
intervention in Lebanon.' Norway,
Denmark and Belgium are irrit irritated.
ated. irritated. The French, though for in
tervention, are most unhappy over
tho fnM Iknf dam. 1 QAn f tl..:.
troops have been anchored off
Beirut for almost a week, anxious
to go ashore, but unwanted.
IN ASIA AND AFRICA -japan,
which we have denenderi unnn has
our chief Far Eastern ally, has
Deen on tne other side of the Le Lebanese
banese Lebanese fence. Kanrii Arabia uhinh
we have wooed and courted, side sidestepped
stepped sidestepped an OK for the use of the
ait rorce Dase in Uhattaran, and
refused to send oil to Jordan, even
tkmtrfl, Vinrt C...1 l.n- a!
"'vuju oauu, less uian a
year ago, had stationed his troops
in joraan to rescue King Hussein
Indonesia, India and most African-Asiatic
states are acainst U.
Remarked one Latin American
ambassador: "How can I possibly
explain to the people of my court
fry .why we should vote to take
over for the U.S. Marines in a
ver for the U.S. Marines in a
ttle Country few of them have
eard about and which they think
being occupied solely to orotert
heard about and which they think
is being occupied solely to protect
Aineri can oil.
MY WE SLIPPID
! USt few favs tnmi Mi.
pbmats have been telling each
other: "We've got to pitch in and
save the United States. We can't
allow her to lose face. It was
bad enough to have Britain and
France shown up as weak powers
after Suez. We can't have the
samaj thing happen to the United
Air the above is pot pleasant to
contemplate. However, the Amer American
ican American people would be guilty of
keeping their heads in the sand if
they did not wake up to the facts.
And these unpleasant facts indi indicate
cate indicate how badly American prestige
The question is why? The an answer,
swer, answer, in brief, ig that world
leadership goes to:
1. The strong
2. Him who leads
On point, l for the last 10
months has been obvious that our
onetime scienti ic and military
supremacy has been going to the
nation which was able to put a
ton-and a-half Sputnik in the skies,
nd was able to test a long-range
ntercontinental missile a. early
as May, 1957.
In contract, our IBM, the Alas
July 19, the same Khrushchev was
went pf-f-ft at ape Canaveral on
July 19 the same Khrushchev was
demanding a summit meeting in
brutal, bulldozig language.
History Review BDHBa JBffiMBB'
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11 School term
2 The Mason Mason-Di:n
Di:n Mason-Di:n ) Capital of
5 Tibetan monk
7 Oriental coin
1 1 Seines
17 Cloth dealer
20 England'! War
! 24 Nome god
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It must solve problem belori
tuey otvume avue. u mat ust
im.giuauon anu inspuaiiou. 1)
caonoi reiy on biua.w anu lai.
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wxu Ulg.llg dUUUt OUlCC SUdCC
wwv wstyuij will! d UUy Apillllllf
We have been talking about
massive iVtduuuOn ailu IOuu.iuii
rpannpikai u,hn tk ....-7. 1
jwe weren I noma w auau mas.
sively with tne atomic bomb anc
tne worm nas now come ti7 rmw.
tiiat we nave o nnuerao an aeon
zng reappraisal of nr
pOitv Oi orinksmanshin
Oue policy we may hava to reap
praise ia that 01 policing m
worla on the ouier side of thi
worla ine equivalent oi Russia
landing troops near our oorder it
ulilgua' Guatemala, or Aiaxico
... There was a time when we coul
do u witnoui loo much tear o th
consequences. But Russia's inter
meaja.e range missile has chang.
Prf thai CU. ,i
' .ia,c '""Se missile has chang.
ed that. She nas them in quantity
We haven't. quantity
i ui me aeon
King reappraisals we have t
maKe. Thev are also mm. u-
m wny SO much arm timet
line ha UL arm-twist
K much arm-twist
. "ecu uetessary at (hp P
nited iIai,n ,.. c
friends for a vote in L "r 72
iia'Ss. 'iJvt&t At,
- """ iuciii rainei
than keep our heads n the sand
nl1" uEAST HIGHLIGHTS
n iimT a?alor Letcher War War-ten
ten War-ten left Turkey on July 12 f0r a
two month holiday. Ameeican
JuN iV T8ded in Lebanon
t V 5TTurke'. cr"cial key poinl
in the Near East crisis, fs Pnow
Without an American ambassa
4nen American charge
d I affirrea to Turkey is Carlos Hall
kaeV?,Ut? t0 ISUnbul and An
exnf 1 I 8 La,in American
expert, speaks excellent Spanish
inaL0ne word of any Nea?'i
language In fact, he knows a
most nohing about the Near East.
No wonder Turkish o ficials reg reg-istered
istered reg-istered amazement. . .Chie" soil
of Colonel Nasser in the Near las
',! "W81tI tbe Bt" oil-soaked
7 Hie nead. of the Gull
of Persia which gets $320,000,000
? h l'ua.lly',. has only
,. j c tviu,wuu.IUU
gbo o ooo frnnT n v D,a' with
prefer K?w5? t i N"sr would
I uwal to Saudi Arabia
,.",. ":, :ou P"M. Hi
! wanti Til t ""V H
! budeet n V"l0Hs Aral
Zl Hitl S.'.vrNaSS" s book
" .u'"ers;. !fln Kampf." I'
uit enure near East
fflS 5. deUil h" Plan to 'talc.
Trouble in,( tb Near East and
an f "8eipf miinkm has pu'
King Saud and his brother princt
Faisal. For the time being the
have made up. J
Until the middle of the 19th
century, watch towers with:
alarm bells were used in1
American cities to give fire fire-alarms.
alarms. fire-alarms. Samuel F, B. Morse's
invention, of the electric tele telegraph,
graph, telegraph, in 1044, made the au automatic
tomatic automatic fire alarm possible.
rltannt'a Jr. ''tyte'
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38 Doric frieze
43 Italian river
44 Put down
48 Mineral rocks
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i n 1
mn; .n: HANDS reached aero the inrtaible border between the Canal Zone
r.w"?"i'Tr.r," 7ii nivisinn nresented a check for 1Z5 m we wiaow ana nve wai.anw
Panama NatWnaj uuara.
Pouce Association. The presentation
Police District. Mrs. de la i;ruz
i t ions from members of the police force ana irom me ianai one
Mr Fredia de la Crui, was made by Capt. Gaddis WaU, commander of the Balboa
the Sw f 8ft Antel M. de la Crus, who jvas t .tally tabbed the morHtaf of June on
i .,e Knrlrl IUTT1 K HOW II it DClUUd. ninnvii nvuvt,, at- mc nine a. i,
CG?reeMri. de U &StfS Maf BartogTcagngd Lt. Hy Batista of the Panama National Guard.
5 Lawmakers Ask
For Prompt Vote
On Goldfine Case
WASHINGTON (UPI) Five
memberi of the House influence influence-investigating
investigating influence-investigating subcommittee cilbd
yesterday tor a prompt vote on
whether to cite Boston millionaire
Bernard Goldfine for contempt of
Rep. John J. Flynt Jr. (D Ga.)
said he "can't understand" why
no action has been taken on the
refusal by Pre-;Hen,:M Assistant
Sherman Adams' gift giving
friend to answer 23 questions on
Rep. John B. Bennett (R-Mieh.)
said the group, headed by Ren.
Oren Harris (D Ark.), hart "noth'
ing left to do" in the case but vote
on a contempt citation.
Harris, however, gave no indica indication
tion indication when he would call the sub
commit? together to do so.
The Flynt and Bennett view
were fortified by statements of
Reps. John E. Moss Jr. (D Canf.)
Peter F. Mark Jr. (D ill.) a n d
John (Bell Williams (D-Miss.).
Moss said he was "most
I anxious to vote" on the issue and
"it would be unthinkable not to.
Mack described Goldfine's conduct
as a "clear-cut case of contempt"
and said that "the sooner the vote
is taken the better." Williams said
he didn't "think there is any
doubt about it."
Meanwhile, a House armed serv
ices subcommittee headed by Rep.
WASHINGTON Sen. Hubert
H. Humphrey (D-Minn.), attack attacking
ing attacking administration-supported argu arguments
ments arguments that lower price supports
would persuade farmers lo cut
production and thus reduce sur surpluses
pluses surpluses :
'That's the biggest hoax ever
perpetrated on the American peo people.
ple. people. There's only one other place
you can get that much official ly lying,
ing, lying, and that is the Kremlin."
TITLE 1$ DiSCRIPTIVC
OPELOUSAS.vLa. (UPI) A
brand new title has been assigned
to the persons chosen to visit
Washington next month for pro promotion
motion promotion of the annual Louisiana
Sweet Potato Festival.
They have been dubbed Yam Yam-bassadors."
DONALD DUCK PINED
LONDON (UPI)- Donald Duck
uiac fined one DOUnd sterling
($.20) in court here yesterday
making too much noise. Duck, a
resident of Ham, was found guil
ty of using a
car with a defec-
BRINGS BACK MEMORIES
SYLVESTER, Ga. (UPI)- Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant owner Mrs. R. L. Cantrell
has cool reply for customers
who gripe about the heat. She just
shows them a pan of snow that
fell last winter, preserved in her
PROVED HIS POINT
wh.n the hand of the pub's clock, TO CONTINUE STUDIES
reached 3 p.m. closing tim.
Police said he arrived back a
few minutes 'later with clock
which showed the time was only
2:50. Now he's going on trial on
charges of stealing the clock after
smashing a shop window to get it
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPI)- Pho
toeraDhv is Wilbur Curtis's main
work, but he is just as interested
in the "pig parlor" he runs as
SAN FRANCISCO Commo Commodore
dore Commodore H. J. Ehman, skipper of the
liner President Cleveland, express expressing
ing expressing his conviction that the disap
pearance of Rear Adm. Lynne C.
Quiggle, 52, from the vessel some
time alter midnight Tuesday was
a case of suicide:
"It had to be by design rather
PITTSBURGH Rev. Cyril P.
Wagner, Roman Catholic priest
who returned to the United States
a.'ter five years in a Chinese Red
prison, explaining how American
captives communicated with each
other despite a Communist ban
"I remember asking one prison prisoner
er prisoner in sign language what he did
to pass time. He showed me by
twiddling his thumbs. I asked him
what he did after twiddling his
thumbs. He motioned that then it
was time to twiddle in reserve."
CHICAGO American League
President Will Harridge, alter fin-
74 Edward Hebert (D-La.) con- ing Boston Red Sox slugger Ted
A magnificent apartment with all modern conveniences.
3 bed-rooms, 2 bath rooms, a big living-dining: room,
wide porch, big kitchen, patio with wash tub.
At Front Street and 11th. For informations applg, at
9th and Bolivar Street.
WASHINGTON UPI) The
Coast and Geodetic Survey will
keep men and equipment in Ant
arctica next year to continue
studies of magnetism and eailh eailh-quakes.
quakes. eailh-quakes. The studies are part of
the International Geophysical
Year, which ends Dec. 31.
His porkers have, among other
amenities, specially rigged show-
LONDON (UPI) Harry Pickles ers and their own "pig" mater
got tossed but- of a tavern here 1 nity ward.
BIO STEEL EXPANDS
NEW YORK (UPI) United
States SteSel Corp., will install a
major addition to its Fairfield
Ala., mill and will begin construe
ton early next month of a new
building at its Monroeville, Pa
research center, it was announced
tkiued closed hearings on whether
Adams improperly Influenced the
Army to refund a $41,284 penalty
on a cloth contract.
Hearings on the 1957 rebate to
Raylaine Worsteds. Inc., of Man Manchester,
chester, Manchester, N.H., might run into next
week, Hebert said.
In a related development, an
aide of Sen.. Styles Bridges (R-N.
early this year to "expedite" the
The aide said ft was a "rou "routine"
tine" "routine" request on behalf of the
Amoskeag National Bank of Man Manchester,
chester, Manchester, N.H. He said Rayiaine
owed the bank some money which
the refund could cover and that
Marston Heard, bank president,
sought Bridges' help.
The Goldfine case has been left
hanging since Harris excused
Goldfine as a witness 1 a s t
Thursday after giving him a final
Williams $250 for spitting at boo
ing Kansas City fans:
"In our judgment, it was con
duct detrimental to baseball."
BRUSSELS Jack Marks, zoo
director of Portland, Ore., after
arriving in Brussels with four
beavers and getting his first look
at four Russian brown bear cubs
which he will take in exchange
for the beavers:
"The bears look in even better
condition, thatn the beavers be because
cause because they have been resting for
two days already. The Russians
said they would look after the
beavers until I can fix up the ex
change with the Soviet Embassy."
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1 1 :00 "THE GREAT DAY OF HIS WRATH"
Out of the O.T. we find a great prophetic theme finding
fulfillment in N.T. prophecy. When will this great day
come? Who is it for? A mesage for today's world!
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
A Christ-centered challenge for youth today.
7:00 "LED BY THE SPIRIT"
Message No. 2 on the Holy Spirit. How can one be
positive he is being led of the Spirit and not by his own
desires? What does it mean to be led of the Spirit?
NURSERY WELCOME BIBLICAL
chance to answer the 23 carefully
worded questions about his in involved
volved involved financial dealings.
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AT NEW LOCATION
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MORE THAN TWO YEARS NOW WE HAVE
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Jut say: "CHARGE IT"
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HOSTESSES FOR THE TEA given for Mrs. John C. Nickerson, wife of Col. Nickerson, USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB Ordnance Officer are shown with the honored guest in the home of Mrs. Ralph Wells.
Left to right are, Mrs. Harold Mlttice, Mrs. Wayne LeFleur, Mrs. Edgar Robinson, Mrs. Wells,
Mrs. Nickerson, Mrs. Wallace Martello, Mrs. Gordon Shuetz, Mrs. Victor Swan and Mrs. Carrol
WIVES OF THE USARCARIB ORDNANCE OFFICERS
HOST AT TEA FOR MRS. JOHN C. NICKERSON
The wives of the Ordnance officers gave a tea in the
home of Mrs. Ralph Wells at Fort Clayton for Mrs. John C.
Nickerson, wife of Col. Nickerson USARCARIB Officer.
Wives representing all the services and the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Government were present to toast Mrs. Nickerson and
to enjov the beautifully arranged tea.
On either end of the lovely table which was covered
with a delicately embroidered Swiss batiste cloth and under under-skirted
skirted under-skirted with crisplv gathered white organdy was the silver
tea service and silver punch bowl. A beautiful floral ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of while rose buds and silver candelabras with
blue candles graced the center of the table.
The Balboa Lions Club will in
tall new officers for 1958 59 at a
special dinner to hp served at the
Tivoli Guest House tonight at 7:00
Dr. Teddy Arias, the Lions In Internationa
ternationa Internationa Director of District 1),
Will install the new officers.
Among the honorary members
who will attend the installa'ior.
dinner will be Governor an(Mrs.
William E. Potter.
The following officers will serve
lor one year: Zelig 0. Blumborg
president; Joseph A. WerU, sec second
ond second vice-president; William Best,
third vice president ; William Am Ambrose,
brose, Ambrose, secretary; William Fo!U
treasurer; Glen T. Williams, In! In!-twister;
twister; In!-twister; Arthur G. Adams, lion
tamer; Marvin .1. Banton and V ll
liam G. Mummaw, directors for
The dance and dinner will be at attended
tended attended by Lions and their Ladies
in the Tivoli Dining Room. The
Panama and Colon Lions Club are
most cordially invited to attend.
there will be dancing to the
music of the incomparable "Lu "Lu-cho"
cho" "Lu-cho" Azcarraga in the Ball Room.
Guests were, Mrs. William .E.
Potter, Mrs. John D. McElheny,
Mrs. Charles Dasher, Mrs. Milton
Ogden, Mrs. George Schlater,
Mrs. George Wales, Mrs. Wallace,
Mrs. R. L. Hill, Mrs. L. F Wilson,
Mrs P. H Laming, Mrs A A
Greene, Mrs. F J. Tate, Airs S.
E. Decker, Mrs. C. A. Ball, Mrs
L I). Farnsworth, Mrs D. A King
Mrs J. J. Dixon, Mrs R A Jones,
Mrs W. J. Preston, Mrs. J. D.
t'onev. Mrs T. J. Henderson, Mrs.
J. M. Ernst. Mrs. H. P. Osboutne,
Mrs J A Moore. Mrs R. Legge,
Mrs L. Gross. Mrs. B Taylor,
Mrs. T. A. Arnold, Mrs. M. S.
Moucha, Mrs T M B Hicks, Mrs
G D. Batchcdlor, Mrs. R W.
Hechinger, Mrs Andrew Wright.
FRENCH BREAD BUYERS
Thru arrangements made with the
LA TAHONA BAKERY, Panama's foremost
bakers of French bread, the
can now supply you with their
French bread, supplied twice dailv
at TEN CENTS each.
Kindly place your order the dav before.
Telephones 2-242!? or 2-48:S0
Luncheon for Mrs. Ricardo A ias
Mrs. Alberto Boyd, wife of the
Minister of Agriculture, Commerce
and Industry, entertained at a
luncheon at her residence in hon honor
or honor of Mrs. Ricardo Arias, wife of
the Ambassador of Panama to the
War College Men
To Visit CZ Posts
Six faculty members and eight
students from the Colombia Ra Rational
tional Rational War College will visit mili military
tary military installations in the Canal
Zone and Puerto Rico next week.
Itinerary for the group, which
is to arrive at Albrook Air Force
Base at 10 a.m. Monday, has been
planned by the G-3 Section,
Headquarters, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. It includes briefings at
Headquarters, Caribbean Com
mand; Headquarters. 15th Navnl
District: Headquarters, U.S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean and Headauarters.
Caribbean Air Command. Tours
of the U.S. Air Force school for
Latin America at Albrook and
the U S. Army Caribbean School,
Fort Gulick, also are on the a a-genda.
genda. a-genda. Before leaving for Puerto Rico
Tuesday afternoon the visitors
also will make a tour of Gatun
Escort officers will be Lt. Col.
Joseph A. Bohnak. War College
advisor, U.S. Army Mission to
Colombia, and Lt. Col. Arden L
Bennett, of the USARCARIB
The party will consist of Col.
Alberto Rueda Teran, command commandant
ant commandant of the War College; Lt. Col.
Carlos Rodriguez C, Lt. Col. Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Mansilla, Lt Col. Luis Ba Ba-rrera
rrera Ba-rrera M.. Lt. Col. Hernando Cu Cu-rrea
rrea Cu-rrea C, and Capt. Victor Manuel
Students in the group will be
Cant. Julio C. Reyes C, a Navy
officer; Lt. Col. Felix M. Vera V.,
Lt. Col. Luis A. Gonzalez A.. Lt.
Col. Alfonso Lozano L.. Lt. Col.
Hernando Espinosa, P.. Lt. Col.
Carlos Olmus and Lt. Col. Artu Artu-ro
ro Artu-ro Ponclano and Mai. Mario Val Val-des.
des. Val-des. both students from Guate Guatemala.
mala. Guatemala. Among the social events ar-i
ranged are a luncheon given by
the Caribbean Command and a
dinner sponsored by USARCARIB.
Special Jazz Show
To Be Presented
Monday On CFN
Ten of the top jazz aggrega aggregations
tions aggregations which appeared during the
past week at the Fort Kobbe
Service Club's International Jazz
Festival will be featured In a
special program over CFN TV
Monday evening from 7:30 to 8
M -Set. Lloyd A. Byers and SP.-
4 Joe Daly will act as masters of
ceremonies for tne presentation
Interest in the Jazz Festival
both in the Canal Zone and the
Republic of Panama was so great
that CFN arranged to stage this
show for those who wished to
hear more of the fine music
which featured the three-night
get-together of musicians. A A-mong
mong A-mong those appearing will be
military and civilian artist', and
combos from the Zone and Pan- j
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written ir NIA Service
VQ 107 4 VAI5
5 3 2 J 10 9 8
South West North Rest
2N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass
Opening lead V 4
rill' i ris i- s,m
inc vulc ur If
by Dorothy Ki
Included will be acts by De-
lores Zez Bennett, and the or orchestras
chestras orchestras of Clarence Martin. The
Plavbovs, Arthur Branch. D. B
Goodridge, Randy Jacobs,
Martin and The Jets.
"Every day is Christmas with
(D.rothy Kilgallen is en
tatien. Her auett ceiwmnist to
day is ene ef New Yerk's most
successful cereer we men, Candy
CANDY JONIS WRITES:
It was 1941 when I, Jessie Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, signed a contract with Harry
Conover, and he promptly said,
"From now on your name is
Candy Jones." In 1946 he changed
ny name again this time to Mrs.
From 1941 to 1946 I was Candy
Jones, cover girl, but after my
marriage I took on the addition addition-el
el addition-el talks of supervising the Conover
Television Agency, which supplies
actors and actresses for TV com-
'"t, SH1U liPllt'l'nils i:anrna' c . .......
ttihe dromwH hi. i",u'ir: merctais, ana setting up ana neaa
AI c ---rr o Atnt vi tit-til y UIJ
On 15 Days Active
Duty In USARtarib
i-ast s ace.
"You're about as Christmasv as
i Scrooge, remarked East
auuung io tne jack of clubs.
Georee WOfl t til ni clr umI u
dummy's ace and took Hi,m,.i
finesse. When it succeed! r.n o.
r h.ert and there" was' nojhihjr
ciwc couia uo ra Keep him
Maj. Lews M. KUisn of Tai I W Wrth the
lahassee, Fla a professor of so-1 d?LXi"t "I"
ciology at Florida State University one heart and three trick" hfeach
t- npnrnnlh, pnWIIII ft rr 11 Hove M .. IVAfl
is icsuiu, ""t v minor suit irave r,pmo
active duty with the U.S. ARmv
Caribbean Adjutant General's Of
The major is is living in vacation
quarters at Los Rios with his
wief and three children. They will
leave the Canal one on Aug. 12.
Killian's reserve unit it Tall Tallahassee
ahassee Tallahassee is the 3147th Rehabilita Rehabilitation
tion Rehabilitation Trining Center.
You'll want to hear the Mexican singer
MARCO ANIONIC TOVAR
9 & 10:30 p.m.
in the Bella Vista
open Monday this weekend
tricks for his contract
If George had not been so Gen Generous
erous Generous with his king of hearts" he
would not have been able to get
"HU utiuuny wim tne jack and
".mm oniy nave been able to
nite one diamond finesse. He
would still have several tries for
his contract but none would work
against proper defense.
Of course if East had shown up
with the queen of hearts, Gecrge
would have looked mighty .illy
but Geor?e knows his opponents
pretty well and he knew that West
liked to lead from something
rather than nothing. Hence West's
mw neart nnemn" had marked
mm wun tne queen as
George was concerned.
ing the Conover bchool, wmcn
teaches poise, makeup and CU CU-matics.
matics. CU-matics. In my various roles I've
come into close contact with young
men and women who subsequent subsequently
ly subsequently became stars.
I remember working side by
side with Joan Cauifield in 1942
Richard Rodgers, Oscar Ham Ham-merstein
merstein Ham-merstein and Mr. Logan had hei
run across the room several timet
in her stockinged feet. "Do you
want to be an actress?" Mr Lo Logan
gan Logan asked. "No, I do!" was hei
quaint reply. (France starts everj
sentence with the word "no")
She got the job.
I met Julia Meade in 1948 at the
Yale Drama School, where shi
was attending classes. I had goni
there to lecture and to select the
prettiest girl among the Undents.
One of the prizes was a free course
at the Conover School; Julia woi
When she came to collect her
prize Julia wanted a career as a
model and actress, but her hair
was too long and her figure toe
full. We-changed her hair and her
figure and coached her for TV,
Several months later, when Dennis
James' "Okay, .Mother" television
npw was in preparation for Du Du-mont,
mont, Du-mont, Julia was among those whe
auditioned for the inh m nnm.
She was, socially and profession- nFIPr, sna lie asked the ad a gen
ally, the most popular Conover'7 J signer instead of the sever-
f ii-l that vest- She hiH n manvl
al name performers wh h4
invitations to spend weekends at f.lso trid fr the assignment. Ju.
Ivy League colleges that she re
fused to work after 11 a.m. on Fri Fridays
days Fridays because she ahd to get tn
Princeton, Hale or Harvard. If a a-nyone
nyone a-nyone around the agency asked,
"Where's Joanie?" the stock an answer
swer answer was "Call Princeton."
Dinner for Mrs. Callaway
Mr. and Mrs. John Hern of An
con gave a dinner for Mrs. L. C.
Callaway, a former Canal Zone
resident .who is here from Miami,
with her two children for a week's
(CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
WARSHIPS END VISIT
HAMBURG, Germany (UPI)
Twenty warships of the U.S.
Navy's 2nd Fleet wound up a five
day visit here yesterday and
sailed for home waters.
Q The bidding has been:
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For August 23
Al El Panama
Hotel El Panama Hilton's tra traditional
ditional traditional Carnavalito (little Car
nival) will take place on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Aug. 23 in the patio, it was
The Carnavalito is held every
year during the U.S. college va vacation
cation vacation period to enable home
coming students to enjoy the
same festivities as those who
were here during February.
yueens, costumes, merry-making,
dancing will be reenacted in
the same fun loving manner.
Queen Rita (Burrell) who
reigned over this year Carnival
celebration in the Canal Zope
will again preside over the dance
at which costumes are In order.
She will enter the patio with her
"court" of princes and princesses
to lead the various costumed
groups in Panama's folk dances,
the tamborito and cumbla.
Two orchestras will plaV for
dancing. Clarence Martin's and
Lucho Azcarraga's Conjunto.
EVA MARIE SAINT "PINE"
SANTA MONICA. Calif. (UPIl
Actress Eva Marie Saint and
her 8-oounri, 6-ounce babv girl
were reported in fine condition
yesterda. The infant, named Lau
rette, was born Saturday to M'
Sini -nri Revision director Jef Jeffrey
frey Jeffrey Hayden.
Then, as now, Joanie was beau beautiful.
tiful. beautiful. Long, curly hair was very
much in vogue, and she had the
longest and the curliest. In fact,
at the end of a hot humid day
when Joanie modeled fur coats for
Fall ads it was hard to tell the
difi'erence between her hair and
I remember that Thyllis Kirk
became a fonover model in 1948.
She had been a waitress but one
of our models spotted her and
sent her over.
Phyllis had a sensational com command
mand command of the English language and
a i-ernnrkaWe abihtv to sell her herself.
self. herself. Her thighs, hips and legs
were too heavy, but she talked
herself into many jobs for which
she might have been rejected.
Then Jon Whitcqmb, the top il illustrator,
lustrator, illustrator, took her in tow, and for
year she became the ,JWhitcomb
Fece" he used her as a model
in almost all his drawings.
One Summer Phyllis decided to
forego the lucrative modeling as
signments and do a season of
stock With Edward Evertf Horton.
Paul Small, the agent, saw her
and signed her, and in a short
while she had a Hollywood eon eon-tract.
tract. eon-tract. In February,. 1957, an unusual unusual-looking
looking unusual-looking young woman stepped in into
to into my office and greeted me with,
"Halooo. Mrs. Candy, I want to
buy a hat." Her name was France
Nuyen. She had tried to buy a hat
in a 5th Ave. department store
and the salesgirl, unable to find
anything that would fit over her
long, distinctively arranged hair,
had said. "Why don't you go to
some place like the Conover
School to have your hair restyl-ed?"
France was wearing a black
suit she had made herself, and
her hair had a diagonal part in it
the first of its kind I had ever
seen. But most unforgettable was
that exquisite Eurasian face (she's
half Chinese, half French) and
those perfect Oriental eyes. In
halting English she told me she
had just arrived in this country
from Marseilles. She wanted to be
I told her. "You're not right for
modeling. You're too short,, and so
mucn a type you d be limited
But you're a cinch for Hollvwood
' We really worked on France. We
wouldn't let her cut her hair short
we tried all kinds of makeup, we
finally decided she should go with without
out without lipstick and let her eyebrows
grow naturally. We worked on
improving her speech and set up
an "Interview pattern" for her
briefing her on how to give stork
answers to some of the questions
that might be asked of her by tal talent
ent talent scouts and agency people.
Then, through a friend at 20th
Century-Fox. I heard that Josh
Logan wki looking fo. an "un "unknown"
known" "unknown" to play the role of List in
"South Pacific." 1 rushed over a
batch nf France's pbotographs.
and a few days later Mr. Logan
asxea to see ner.
lia got it, and she ha
getting jobs ever since.
After I had called a repairman
for the fifth time in three mentht
to minister to a- shiny big stove
with two ovens and an instrument
panel that looks complicated e e-nough
nough e-nough to control a B-52, he broke
down and gave me a bit of advice
Ive never gotten from a sales salesman.
man. salesman. He said, "Lady, if you hadjjst
bought a medium-priced stove
without all these fancy gadgets.
you wouldn't be having this trou'
"You women don't seem to rea,
lize that the more thinking yo
ask a machine to do for you, the
more things there are a bom ft
that are going to break down.
I make my living not from me
dium-priced few more things than
is necessary things you coukl do
yourself with no trouble, if yon
just didn't want everything done
He then went on tn pvniain iioi
the cheapest piece of household
equipment usually isn't the bcrl
buy but that the most expen expensive
sive expensive isn't always the best buy
either. Ait tick to the meiiunj.
priced line, he advised, and you'll
usually get good quality, without
a lot of unnecessary refiments t
In all the years I've been buvini
household equipment, not one
salesman has ever give m thai
honest, down-to-earth bit of ad.
. I haven't read it in any adver advertising,
tising, advertising, either. All I've heard and
read fe, that by paying "ju.4 a
little more," I could buy more con
venience, more leisure, rn,ore fool,
It occurs io me that if salesmen
Would just say, "Now this model
is more completely automatic,
hut it has more parts to bree)
down, too," there would be few.
er dissatisfied customers.
Because if we went ahead ?nd
bought the most complicated -na
chine, we would buy it knowinl
what we re lettM ou1i ij
for in the way of repair bills.
This comfortable VONO BED folds away
complete with bedclothes
There'i all the comfort of a regular non-foldin model in this compact,
convenient folding bed. The Vono Rollaway it quick and eay to
fold away, with all the bedclothes inside. In the daytime you simply
wheel it out of tight it's fitted with castors. The Rollaway bed hat a
sturdy iron frame, nd special springs along tile sides and ends
for complete comfort.
Aek to ape ft mt your local a tore
tra. liUfiss U I DAVID St. tASto a. HIM LTDA, Call SA., Re. IT, MS, tAMMA
i t it a pi P
Leek for the nam
bof oro you buy
Here's a way to make
every day more fun
Sweet Milk Cocoa! It' a
treat for the whole family.
So -chocolaiy tad deli delicious.
cious. delicious. So nourishing, toot
EverReady contain, rich,
whble milk ktA sugar. All
you add is hot water to
make the very best cocoa
. . Nettle's EverReady
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THt MMAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
I 1 I ISTHMIAN
TbWIc Sundav 10:00 U M
C3USTOBAL: American Lon Han.
Services Sunday 10:00
BIO ABAJO Hour. Ne. MM lain
Sunday ( M
cTK""-"" 7:00 pm
"ti,' TM p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCB
Balboa Hights, C. Z.
827 An COO Boulevard
Otawar "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1717
William H. Beeby. Paatoi
Sunday School 0:30 a m
Morning Worship 10:4 a m
Baptist Training Union .... :30 p.m
Zvangatlstic Service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 7:00 pm
wms Bihla Stiirfv Tfaun-
Men's Brotherhood (Last
Monday In month) 1J0 p m
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenu at 5th Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
I Rev. Wendall C Parker, Pastor
3unaa, Scnool 9:4s a.na
Morning Worship U:00 a.m.
Baptist Training Union 6:30 p.m
Evening Worship 7:45 p.m.
Brotherhood, Tuesdays 7:00 o m
Prayer Services. Wednesdays 7:00 pm
W M.U., 1st & 3rd Prldaya
W.A., R.A., ea Sunbeams.
Malar A Mta. W. Bishop
11 Vbruary Street, Phone: 28 20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy Mrs. C. L. Moseley
11 :00 Holiness Meeting
The Rev. Bay M. Blakely Minister
3:00 Sunday School
i Church School, with Adult Bible
Sr. Captain Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38 743
li:00 Holiness Meeting
2:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
?.'00 Sunday School
:80 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, C.Z.
Envoy J. Gill
J:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road at, San Pablo Street
jrnone a'iww -"" T
:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service, viaasea ior iu uw
10:30 am. Worship Service The
Expanded Session for Nursery. Kinder Kindergarten
garten Kindergarten and Primary Depte. Church
Time Nursery .tor children under 3 vrs.
00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship.
i 1:00 p m. Senior High Fellowship.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Class, 45. .
Service of Worship, 11:00.
' Youth Fellowship. !.
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev! Theodore t. "W MJSL
Phones rSff ice, M441. tea. -149
School Bus Mt-W
Classes: Nursery through adult.
I 11:00 a.m. mominM '"""' ... M.
r Nitfrerv ft Infant and small thH-
5:00 p.m. Junior P'l0Wh'P-
' :15 p.m. lOUin reaiowr.fti.ft..
A Winiplata schedule of auxiliary at
tlvttles and Offlelsl meetings as an announced
nounced announced from week to week.
Rer. IttXkn M. Aldeatyn. Pastor
Of : -470 Res -130
9:30 a.m. S'mdav School
' i'M mm. Moming Worship. j
OffMal meetings and week-dav
vltiea as announced.
. fjdtef p "twJt '
JLtBL ?H jKLssa
Churckes of Mm maay faiths in the Canal Zena, and the terminal cttiee
news desk as) writing by Wadnasd 4 the latest at any chsntes
far the) coming Saturday's ehureh BMgjf-
Ministers, church secretarial sad chaplains are asked to inform the
of Panama and Colon, Republic of anama. extend welcome at all
times to men and women of the armed services, and to civilian neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, friends and strangers.
As a public service. The Panama American lists below, by denomi
nations, navidai et hours of warship and athei regular activities.
LsWlngJ atn rotated from time to time. Danaminationi having only
one or tw cangregstrons are listed undai "Othei Churches b Services
A special listing fa included for services a Army posts, Ah- Fore bases
and Naval ot avians.
HT UtIV'l I HIIUI H
r,dy Maaaaa: 7:00. 1.00. 10
Ui .. ... .....
noiy my sissaas: :. uv
nH 5 no n
a.io ls 1:00
and 7:00 to IM p.m Thursday, before
rirst Frttlay: 7.-ou to :oo pjn.
Uiraculoua Modal N ovens: 1:00 pm
Catechism class.' after the :00 maaa
High School Study Club J0 p.m. on
SACRED HEART Ancon
Sunday Masses: J:S5, 7:30 A I 30 a.m.
Holy Day masses.' IM II anj 5:00
r.niaiinnii Saturdu 1:30 Is k:00 and
7:15 3:00 pm. Thuroday before Putt
rrtaay : p m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 p.m on
Catechism Class: 3:15 IB 4:46 pjp. on
OUR LADY. OP rATIMA-Curundo
Sunday Maaa at 1:00 ant.
Holy Day Mam at 8:30 p.m
Confessional to (:tt p m on Sat-
Catechism Class: Saturday a:a to m
ST. JOSEPH- Paralao
Sunday Masse at 7:00 and 1:13 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at t:00 pa
Weekday Masses: ., :00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
8:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday 1:00 to 4 wo
Miraculous Medal Movenai T. -00' p.m
Convert instructions: rnursaay r:w
ST. VINCENT'S-PanamS City
Sunday Masses: 4:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Hnlv hv Uimm a-an and 5-00 o m
(It It falls on Saturday the Maasaa are
0.-00 and 8:30. ami
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 8:00 and
1:00 to 8:00 p.m Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tlons of the Cross: rrlday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mam on
Convert Class. M p.m, Tuesday and
BT. THERESA'S CoeoU
Sunday Maaa: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 4:00 ant (It It tails
on Saturday 0.30 a.m.)
catechism Class: 3:30 ta a:ou p.m. on
Confessions: a:vu 10 s:av a.m. ounaay.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA BALLS
Sunday Masses: 4:30 and 3:30 a.m.
tit ft--.. a.A ll.n TkuM
1 oJ. a,, ft!j... -u nil m
fTl. sna oil, rir criutij v.w ....
Holy Day Masses- 4:00 am. to f:O0
P-"V .. .....
. a,i m I'll and 7:00 to
a:vu p.m. on muu
miraculous mvau nui. ..imi.t
catecniam viam; a:av p.m. aunwj
ST. rHERESE'S La Boca
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
riAHtMii' flur(tav 4:30 to 7:30 n.m.
Thursday before first frldsy 8:30 p.m..
Catechism Class: 3:1a p.m. on- sumuj.
Sacred Heart NovenS! 7:00 n.m. on
Convert Class; :30 p.m. on iiiuimsj
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 5:4. 1:00 and 011 am
Holv Dav Masses: 8:44 and 4:00 a.m.
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday :w 10 ;vv
;00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Metlal Novena: Wednesday
:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:13 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p m.
i-nnvert Class: 7:15 D.m. on Mondays
cateoniant cisss: sunoay iv:is a.m. m
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Prlday Exposition of Most Bleaa Bleaa-ed
ed Bleaa-ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
am. Saturday morning.
Hm, a...B., lUnnllMW t A IH l.lt
1,13, MWIUBJ i .M, J
of. ratlma The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
sirsi communion instruction tor cmt cmt-dren
dren cmt-dren Mondays and Thursdays 8 00 to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holv Dav Masses: 8.00. :00 a.m. and
Confessions: Ssturdsv 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m. Attar Rosary aach eve
Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:13 snd
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
caiecrusro Class: Ansa im mam on
First Friday Exposition all dav during
I he School Year.
First -Saturday: Mass at 3:00 am.
holy FAMH Y CHURCH to Margarita
sunaay Masses: 730, i:30. n:S6 an.
First Saturday Man 4:00 a m
Weekday Masses: trOO a.m
Saturday ... 7:00 p.m. to ,:oo p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Mamas' 7:30 a m 5:15 pm
Confession .. :45 p.m. to 4:4 p.m
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 1:00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 10 p.m.
1st. Prlday Devotions ... 7 -no p m
1st Saturday Devotions .. 7:00 p.m
ST. VINCEJVTH Ralnhnw Cltv
Sunday MaBetat: 3:30 a.m. and IrN
Holy Day M enseal o oo am. and :oo
Confessions: 4:00 to s 00 nnd 7 110 tr,
s.ou p.m. Saturday.
. siecnism i.iass: 10:4s a.m. on Sunday.
( or. van Class-.very Monday at 1:M
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 pro
acred Heart NOveaat 7:00 p.m. Be)
ConfeSiTsftto 10? pm. eat Sat-
Sunday mmfjm m so
Holy Day Masses: 4:00 a m and 5
Confoalona Saturday at i nn .,r
aiier an rvramg inrveuona.
ataptiams Dy appotntmonL
Mlraauloua Medal Novanai ftoo nm
Sacred Heart Novena! 7:00 am n
Sunday MMMl mm pm an Sunday.
Heiigimis InstfUctlMt Claaa for Chll-
iw 4 00 p n. OH Thursday
Religious Instruction far adults inn..
ducted In Spanish I: 7:00 n.m act Mob.
convert instructions try appointment.
the Rt Rev B Habas GeeleB. S T D
The Vary Rev. sUtnert J. Peterson.
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
7:30 a.m Holy Communion.
9:15 am. Church School (Holy Com
(Bunion 3rd Sunday)
9:30 am. Santa Communion. 3rd Sun-,
Escuela Dominical 0 am
11 AO am Morning Prayer and Ser
mon, Holy Communion let Sunday.
1:00 p.m. Evening Service.
:30 an, Holy Communion.
7:40 pro Evening Prayer.
4:00 am Holy Communion.
3:30 am Holy Communion.
3:11 am. Mornlna Prayer
l:00 Mi.. -da Missionary Prayere.
Church ot St Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest in Charie
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Familv Prayer and
Church School 0:30 a.m
(Also Holy Communion tod.
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m.
Sunday aach month.
Holy Communion 8:00 a.m
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest la Charge
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
St. Simon's Chinch
The Rev. John 'Spear. Priest tn Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon 7:00 a.m
Church School 3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm.
Evensong and Sermon ..... 1:00 p.m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 9:00 a m
Evening Prayer 1:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd and
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 a m
Morning Prayer 9:00 a m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Family Eucharist 3:30 a m
Office of Compline 9:00 p.m
OU- m St Peter s Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest la Charge
Morning prayer and cnurcn
School 9:00 am
mon 10:30 a.m
Confirmation Class 9:30 am
Chora) Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 pm
Woman's Auxiliary 7:30 pm
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 a.m.
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Van. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
Church of St Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m ChoraJ Eucharist,
THURSDAYS am. HOLY DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R, Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
4:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist 4k Sermon
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 nm Church School
(hoid ir Bulldlna 131)
5:00 nm. Youth Fellowship
7 00 m. Evensong and Address
and and 4th WEDNESDAYS
(.30 om Woman s Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting,
St Paul's Church
The Pen. Leatael B Shlrlev, Rector
The Bev. Carlton O Manias. Ant.
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion
9 '00 ajn Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:4b a m Morning Prayer and Church
13:00 mm Holy Baptism
7:00 ri.ni Solemn Vespers
8:30 a.m Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
0:00 1 01 Holy Communion
IM p.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 rh. Holv Communion
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH Bt-THE-SEA
. Colon, rTp,
(Opposite HoWl Washington)
the Re, James Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A, Rleke, Assistant
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
4:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
22 9rjPaWW d Sermon
10:30 a.m. Churrh School.
1:30 p.m. soiamn Evensong and Rer-
4:00 am. Hly communion.
1:00 am. Morning Prayer.
7:30 p ro Evening Prayer snd Sonne
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
4:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
4 00 a.m. Holv Communion.
7:00 a m Morning Prayer
3:00 p m Evening Prayar.
1-30 om. Compline and Meditation
MONDAY, TUESDAY Is THURSDAY
Rt. Christopher's Church
10th Street, Paro.ua Lefevre
The ItoV. Clarense W. Hayes,
Priest la Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. Cragwell.
4:00 am Holy Communion.
7:30 am Sung Eucharist and Bvrmon
10-30 am Morning Prayar and Church
13:00 noon Holv RanrJaan.
4 :30 pm Evensong and
7:30 pm 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary TUESDAYS
4:30 om Junior Daughters of the
1:30 nm. Youth F.llow.hin
8 00 a m Holy Communion.
1 00 p.m Evening Prayar and Religious
.DO p.m Girls Friendly Society.
3:00 p ro 1st and 3rd. Slnelatana
9:30 a.m Junior Confirmation Class.
CHURCH OP THE NAEARENE
448 Frangiparu St. Ancon C.Z.
Rev Elmer O Nelson. Pastor
Box 397 Balboa. C.Z Tel 2 2602
Sunday School 9:43 am
Worship Service 10:43 a.m
Youth Service 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm
Prayar Service. Wed. ... 140 p.m
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panama Wesley.
10:30 a.m. Sunday School.
" 1:13 pm. Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paralso
10 a.m. Paralso Sundsy School
" 7:15 p.m. Paralso Evsngelical
CHURCH OF THE MAZARINE
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hyseng
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday School 9:43 a m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 1:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P.. 33ro Street East
Rev St. N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :30 am
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses 7, 1:45 11:45
Rio Abajo, RP.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm Wlrs Memorial
306 Balbua Road, Balboa
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
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 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 1:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Building 300, Schoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday scnool; sunasy ::) a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 33-5103
Sunday School 9:30 a. m
(A clsss for every age)
Moraine Worship 11 :00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Eevening Worshln 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey In provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
- 13th Rt. West No 1
Hnlv Eucharist: Sunday at liSO a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday!
Sacrament ot Unction (Haailna Ser
vice) First Sunday of each month at
Mount HaUbet Christian Chorea
Panama R. P.
Rt Rev T. jane D. D. Bishop
Mnrrtlne devotion 6:00 a m
Fellowship Worship 11 :00 s.m
Sunday school a.w p.m
THE CHRIST ADELPHIANS
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sunday School 9 s.m
Morning Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m
rU..t., C.niU. 730 nm
Visitors are welcome at all services
54 First Street
Urbanlzaclon El Carmen, Panamt City
Informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays... .8:00 p.m.
Colon. Mb Front Streets
fanstalra American Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursdays, 1:30 pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sundsy: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Werinesrlav: 7:30 Mid-weak Christian
Thursday: 8:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women'a Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. I 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., Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sunday School 9 30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.tn
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mrs. M. Hlnes Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Morning 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 9:30 a m
'Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near DiaMo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Minister
Box SB Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phone: Home, Ganlbon 217
Church Balboa 4371
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Worship Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Servic 7:00 p.m
Evangelistic Service ...... 7:30 p. m
Wednesday: Bible study
and Prtyar Service 1:30 p.m
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert P. OussTrh. Pastat
PO Boa 466 Balboa
Sunday School. Bible class 9 00 am,
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
HolV Communion, first Sunday of the
Former chanel of Our Saviour's Enls-
copai cnapci ara mi. nna sseienaea Ave.
Mr. Eocene H. Denner. Vicar
Sunday School. Bible Clam 9:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 am,
Holy Communion, last .Sunday ot th
Jewrn Welfare ooara Bid ni.x L
Boca aoau Balboa. C.Z Rfbbl Nathan
Servic Friday 140 o m Saturoay
:3( o m
tSee d'.-o ustinaa at Jewish .rvir.
unar ol Bases and Stattansi.
lnnii.nn tt.nl Ch-.r,tt, i ....
nida Gibs and 36th Street Bella Vista
Pi nam City Services 8:00 p.m
UlaUaiLVn aUaJuCA i-MCkLlHkk
irst Church ut Christ, scientist Anew
560 Anson Boulevard,
-iuoday 11:00, Wadnaadav l oa
Sunday School s.sr am
irst CBurcb oi Christ, sciential, Criatoba
13th Street A Bollva Highway
4unn.v Vnooi S:30 am
Sunday 11:00 am. Wednesday :06 p.m
Posts and Bases
FORT AM ADO H
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10.00
Church -time Nursery School... 10:04
Sunday School iBulldlng No.
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Youth fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
Sunday School 9:09
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship service, mo ttato .... a:ia
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 4:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian Union Thurs. 8:08
ALBROOK AIR f'OKCE BASX
Sunday School 9:3i
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship l. 9:30 It 10:43
Youth Fellowship 4:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 9:30
Mornlna Worship 11:00
Holy Commui, on First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPIL
Morning Worship :ov
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 6:00
Daily Mass 6:3V
Sunday Masses 7:00 A 8:30
Confessions. Saturday .. 6:30 A 7:30
Sunday 8:00 A 8.25
Daily Mass 6:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 9:00
Confessions Saturday :. 6:30 A 8:00
Dally Mass 6:15
Saturday Masses 9:00
Sundsy Masses 1:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions Saturday . 6:00 A 7:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASI
Sunday Masses 7:43 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASX
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 9:00
Morning Worship i 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday 7 :'
KYBB Wednesday Post 1'hapsl 6:39
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 7:30
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10:43
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladlea Chapel Guild, lat Thurs. 1:30
II R. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sundsy
Dally Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass 9:30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Dally Mass 7:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 10:15
Confessions. Ssturday .. 6:00 A 7:00
US. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Dally Mass 4:00
Saturday Mass 8:30
Sunday Mass 9:00
Sunday Mass 7:30
Tuesday 7 :1a
Creek Orthodox services srs conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the Anunclatlon.
Via Bell.:arlo Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta. Panama City. R.P., and al
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenid:i
Meienuez, Lolon, K.F., on alternate sun
days at 9:30. For further Information
call the Office of the Army Chaplain
Weakly Services in all churches
Sabbath School 9:30 am.
Plvina Servic 11:00 a m.
Youth's Moating 4:30 p.m.
Btbl Study and Prayer Servic
I :. p.m.
faclfle Sine ranama
Pastor W rl. Waller Tel 2S-3-3504
Cabo Vard. Av J t de la Osss
NO. 17 Chorrlllo 25th NO 27 Pue
blo Nuavo 2 A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Rio Abajo 11th NO. 27 Gamboa
Pastor Q. D. William Tel. 4330
Pastor A. A. Criizla Tel. 6 102
Spanish Churches Partflt Side Panama
Pastor Norbarto quiror
Panamt, Call Darlen No 3
Pedregal t Nuevo Guarart.
Pastor Q. A. Jeffries-Tel. 38 924L
CrlstObSl F.llCllsh ISth & Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spsntsh lrlth & Bolivar Av.
Central Of tire:
0M4 OavUgn Rnsd Tel. I1MI tn MM
mSociaf an J
Debutants Ball Tonight I
Thirty young ladies will be in introduced
troduced introduced to society tonight at the
annual Debutants Ball to begin at
9 o'clock at the Union Club. Great
plans have been made by the Da-
mas Guadalupanas who sponsor
this event every year. There will j
be a surprise iloor show and the i
highlight of the evening will he!
the choosing of the queen's court I
for the student's Little Carnival
which will be held next montr.
Ambassador an ,,irs. Gabaldon
Fetad at Luncheon
Dr. Ramon Arango Carbone, ex ex-president
president ex-president of the Panamanian Ins Institute
titute Institute of Hispanic Culture, and
Mrs. Arango, were hosts at a
luncheon at the Union Club honor-!
ing the Ambassador of Spain in
Panama and Mrs. Federico Ga Gabaldon
baldon Gabaldon and thir daughter Miss
Carmen Gabaldon, who have ieft
for a vacation in Spain. Guests in
eluded the Ambassador of France
and Mrs. Lionel Vasse, the Am
bassador of Great Britain and La
dy Henderson, and the Rector ol
the National University and Mrs.
Jaime de la Guardia.
Dr. and Mrs. Hirschl
Walcome Third Child
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Hirschl of
Ancon arc the parents of a son
born on Frida, July 25, at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital. The baby, who will
be named Ronald, has a brother
Jeffrey and a sister, Janie, Dr.
Hirschol is Chief of Pediatrics at
Mrs. Oliver Gives Morning
Ceffee for House Guests
Mrs, Walter Oliver of Balboa en
tertained at a coffee this morning
in homr of her house guests, the
Misses Marguerite Deyo, of South
Each notice (or Inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
tvnt-written (arm and mailed ae
(he hex number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand (O (ho oftice. Notices ol
meetings cannot ba accepted by
Veterans of Foreign Wars
The Department Council of Ad Administration
ministration Administration of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars of the Department
of the Panama Canal Zone will
hold its first council meeting at
Post General George W. Gbelhals
No. 3835, Cocoli, Canal Zone, on
Sunday morning, at 10:00 a.m.
All department officers are urg
ed to attend this meeting.
Lt. Col. Knowles
Of AAA Battalion
Lt. Col. Wendell P. Knowles of
the U.S. Army Caribbean G-l
Section will take over as com commanding
manding commanding officer ot the 764th
AAA Battalion, Fort Clayton,
Headquarters, USARCAR1B an announced.
nounced. announced. He is scheduled to as assume
sume assume command on Aug. 5.
On the same date Lt. Col. M.
F. Moucha, present battalion
commanding; officer, will begin a
new assignment in the USARCA USARCA-RIB
RIB USARCA-RIB Military Missions Section.
Lt. Col. Herman L. West, for formerly
merly formerly of Military Missions, was
transferred to G-l earlier this
Capt. William A. Dickson,
chief Of the housing branch, Ad Adjutant
jutant Adjutant General's Section, has
been assigned to the Jungle
Warfare Training; Center, Fort,
Sherman. He was succeeded bv
I obert N. Armltage, formerly
housing manager of the Coco So
llto rental housing.
SEE KS U.N. SETTLEMENT
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPI)
Sweden. announced las' night
it had sen! messages to Britain,
France, the United States, India,
Russia and United Nations Secre Secretary
tary Secretary General Dag Hammorskjold
calling ior a settlement of the
Middle East crisis within the
framework of the United Nations.
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newspaper Pravda said the Soviet
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SATURDAY," JULY 26, 1951 I
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Braves Increase NL Lead After, Twin
Milwaukee Jayvee Finally
Earning Letter; Pizarro
Editor: CONRAOO SAKGfcA
In Triumphant 4-1 Return Incident In KC
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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Jujy 26 (UPI) Milwaukee's
"junior varsity" finally is earning its letter and
that letter is M" for money like in World Series
: Consult the standings today1 A throwing error by reliever levied by American League Pres Pres-end
end Pres-end you'll find the Braves one Phil Paine permitted Robinson Went Will Harridge, after the
full game ahead of the National to score the winning run in the Boston star retaliated to bpos
League pack. ninth inning of the second game, from Kansas City fans Wednes-
If not for tnree of meir jay
vees, Joey Jay, Carlton winey
and Juan Pizarro. the Braves
miiht easily find themselves in
quite a pitching pickle, however.
So far, the Braves have won
on!v vi games mis inunui. -cvcu
of those victories being achieved,
hv thp vrmt.hful trio of Jay. Wi!
px' and Pizarro
The 21-vear-old Pizarro, mak making
ing making his first start since being
recalled from Wichita, helped
the Braves lengthen their lead
hv beatin? the Cubs. 4-1, last
night in the second game of a
twi-night douhleheader after
Chicago won the opener. 5-4.
Pizarro struck out eight and
scattered nine hits, while the
Braves broke a 1-1 tie with two
runs m tne sixin ninmu
teammate Tavlor Phillips ana
Hank Aaron added an Insurance
run with his 21st homer in the
Sam Tavlor's home run off re reliever
liever reliever Humberto Robinson in the
eighth inning of the opener
proved the decisive blow in that
contest, although Wes Covington
hit his 16th and 17th homers for
Milwaukee. Dale Long hit his
12th for the Cubs and Ernie
Banks his 27th.
Pittsburgh handed the skid skidding
ding skidding San Francisco Giants their
third straight setback, 10-0. with
the aid of Curt Raydon's four-hit
The Pirates raked loser "Stu
Miller and three relievers for 16
hits, Including six doubles, three
triples and a home run by Bob
Skinner that cleared the right
field grandstand roof at Forbes
Field. Only other pipvc-s to re reform
form reform that feat in regular season
play were Babe Ruth, then with
the Boston Braves, Ted Beard of
the Pirates and Wally Moon of
St. Louis and Cincinnati split
a twi-night twin-bill, the Cards!
winning the opener, 5-4. ana tne
Redlegs the nightcap, 3 -2.
Tnn Newcombe, who suffered
' his 10th defeat against two
! victories, walked Ken Boyer
f With the bases loaded to force
' in the winning run in the
ninth inning of the first game.
Cincinnati had gone ahead, 4 4-3.
3. 4-3. on Frank Robinson's 15th
homer with one on in the
f eighth. Bill Wight went all the
1 way for his second victory.
CAP IT OLIO
THE BLACK TENT
with A. Steel
THE SHIP THAT
DIED OF SHAME
with Bill Owens
DON'T GO NEAR
with Glenn Ford
with Elvis Presley
iiiil ysaB fti IB ILbW. :fip jKpn Wmmf
The Daring Men of the 200-ton
aine iook over ana tnrew Don
rioaK s Dunt. wildly to first, al- va.
lowing Robinson to score. Bob
Purkey was credited with his Williams said Thursday night
12th victory. Jerry Lynch homer- he was "very sorry" over the in inert
ert inert for the Redlegs i cident which occurred during a
I. os Angeles snanped a three-
game losing streak by .staging a1
five-run rally in the ninth for
a 7-3 win nvpr Philnrlplnhia Timlrv T did it."
Gilliam's two-run single and1 "I lost my head in a fit of tem tem-Don
Don tem-Don Zimmer's two -run triple per, and I'm principally sorry I
highlighted the Dodgers' upns-! lost the $250."
ing which dealt Jim Hearn his Fans jeered Williams with a
third defeat, Reliever Clem La- flurry of boos when he failed to
bine was the. winner. John Rose -run out a fourth-inning dribbler
boro and Wally Post each hit down the first base line,
homers As the Red Sox slugger turned
The New York Yanks making a toward the Boston dugout boos
complete joke of the American went up from the crowd( Will Will-League
League Will-League race, increased their lead lams spat and the fans turnea
to 14V2 games with a 6 0 victory!
over the Cleveland Indians.
southpaw Whitey Ford turned
in his third straight shutout and,
13th victory of the season while
limiting the Tribe to four hits
T, riser Ra WarWH h.u th0!
Yanks scoreless until the sixth
when they came up with three
runs, two on Elston Howard's
homer. Marv Thorneberry sin
gled across two more runs in the
seventh as the Yankees made It
six victories in a row.
Dick Donovan of the White
Sox, finallv beginning to look
like the pitcher who won 16
fames last season, posted his
fourth victory In the nast 13 days
when he beat the Red Sox, 4-0.
on an eight-hitter.
Chicago went ahead with a
run in the first off loser Frank:
bulhvan and then scored three
morp in the second inning on
three singles and Nellie Fox's
double. Donovan struck out six,
including Ted Williams twice, as
he made h's season record 7 10.
Arnle Portooarrero pitched
the Baltimore Orioles to with within
in within a game of second nlace hv
defeating Kansas City, 8-3.
Two homers by Bob Cerv, his
?.5th and 26th. and one by Bill
Tuttle were the only runs al allowed
lowed allowed by Portocarrero, who
now has won six in a row and
10 for the season his best to
tal ever in the majors.
The Orioles routed loser
urim with seven runs in
third innine when Gene Wood
ling hit a three-run homer and'ry
Gus Triandos smacked one with
one man on. Bob Nieman also
IV O LI
GREAT WEEKEND ATTRACTION!
NATALIE WOOD in A
Air f orce Siiper-Jujrjernaut!
BETTF. DAVIS In
BEYOND THE FOREST
CHICAGO, UPI It's more
than spitting distance from
Kansas City, Mo., to Chicago but
Boston Red Sox slugger Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams today felt a $250 impact
for a spitting incident back in
Kansas City's ball park.
Ted apologized and readied a
check in payment of a $250 fine
day nignt wun a siream 01 sau-
"fir of temper.
Mr. Marriage was very iulc a.
bout it." Williams said. "I'm sor
it 011 more iuaiV
was me clu..u wmc
iams was fined for expressing h.s
resentment with saliva He was
slapped with an unusually severe
lie Of $5,000 in 193b D.Y outaun
Manager Joe Cronin when
nat. at the crowd in Boston s
Fenway Park during a game with
the New York Yankees.
Charles Town, WVa (NF,Al
Little has been heard of Arthur
Godfrey in racing since he enter entered
ed entered the sport several years back
Since the purchase of his first
throughbred, Lord Willin at a
cost of $38,500 as a yearling, God Godfrey
frey Godfrey has retrenched, so to speak
and now is campaigning at Charles
Town, close to his home.
As Godfrey explains. "It's lust
as much tun to win cneap races
as it is to lose expensive ones"
homered for the Orioles In the
Washington rallied fot two
runs in the ninth to hand De Detroit
troit Detroit its fifth straight loss. 4-3.
Pinch -hitter Herb Plews singled
home the tying run and Bob
Malkmus' single produced the
Bob winning run. Rov Sievers hit his
thei?6th homer for Washington. Tru
Clevenger gained his sixth victo-
while Hank Aguirre suffered
his third loss although he pitch
ed to one batter.
with Mary Blanchard
HOUSE OF BAMBOO
with Robert Ryan
HIP-HIP-HOORAH Members of the 5700th Support Squadron basketball team from Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook AFB whoop It up after winning the PAAF Company Level Basketball Tournament at
Fort Clayton's Reeder Gymnasium. Left to right kneeling are: Herman Trufant; JimXJ'Brien;
Herbert Stoval; Lewis C. Shealy, coach; Ed Austin and Manuel Lopez. Left to right standing:
Jim Kerns, Lonnie Stephenson, John Clark, Elwood Fireovid and Emmett Bryant.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Results Of Fourth Weekly
Balboa Swimming Meet
With only one more iwim meet
to complete the series, competion
was very keen, in most of the age
groups. After the last meet which
will be held on Aug. 1, the points
Sained by each swimmer during
each of the five meets will be to totaled
taled totaled up and the first place win winners
ners winners will be given a trophy, the
second and third places a medal.
These final awards will be given
at a date to be announced later.
An open rac for woman in
the 200 meter backitrok will
bo held during the next swim swimming
ming swimming meet on August 1 at the
Balboa Swimming Pool. The pur
pose of this race is to break
the present time record held
by B. Haldeman 3 minutes
35 seconds made on Sept. 8,
iyjj. runner information may
be obtained from Mrs. Bailey
at the Balboa Pool Tel. 2-1493.
The results of today's meet are
-year-old girls 1st. Florence
Thomspon, 5 points; 2nd Karen
Cordon, 3 points.
7 and-year-old boys 1st. Jody
Summerford, 5 points; 2nd. Wil William
liam William Robinson, 3 points; 3rd. Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Chisholm, 1 point.
7 and 8-year-old girls 1st. Twi Twi-la
la Twi-la Darden, 5 points; 2nd Pamela
Grosz, 3 points.
9 and 10-year-old boys -r- 1st An Andy
dy Andy Jaconbson, 18 points; 2nd Dun Duncan
can Duncan Summerford, 10 points; 3rd.
Kevin Yocum, 8 points.
9 and 10-year-old girls 1st Vi Vi-vianna
vianna Vi-vianna Kosan, 11 points; 2nd Pat Patsy
sy Patsy Allbritton, Zoe Ann Bierman,
Agnes Proback, 6 points each;
3rd Melanie Whalen, Mary Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, 3 points each.
1 and 12-year-old boys 1st
Jerry Mann, 13 points; 2nd Stew Stewart
art Stewart Brown, 12 points; 3rd Roark
Summerford, 10 points.
1 and 12 year old girls 1st
Maggie Mahoney, 20 points; 2nd
Christina Vogt, 9 points; erd Gail
Allbritton, 3 points.
13 and 14 year-old boys 1st.
Harry Van Loon, 20 points; 2nd
Godon Boswell, 9 points; 3rd Jim
Wilson, Sammy Witkin, S points
13 and 14-year-old girls 1st.
Jean Walker 20 points.
15 and 18-year-old boys 1st
Kenneth MacKenzie, 16 points;
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2nd Ray Caldwell, 10 points; 3rd
Fred Walker, 8 points.
15 and 16 year old girls 1st
Pat Rogers, 18 points; lnd Bever Beverley
ley Beverley Bowman, 10 points; 3rd Rach Rachel
el Rachel Van Dykle 7 points.
The total points for the 4 swim
meets in the first three positions
ineach age group are as follows:
6year-old girls 1st Florence
Thompson 18 points; 2nd Karen
Gordon 11 points.
7 and 8-year-old boys lstiJo-
dy Summerford 20 points; 2nd
William Robinson 6 points; 3rd
Richard Mallahan 4 points.
7 and 8-year-old girls 1st Twi
la Darden 1 points; lnd Ann Pow
ellson 10 points; 3rd Mary Sexton
9 and 10 year old boys 1st An
dy Jacobson 69 points; 2nd Dun
can Summerford 46 points; 3rd.
Kevin Yocum 22 points.
9 and 10-year-old girls 1st Pat
sy Allbritton 51 points; 2nd VI-
vianna Kosan 42 points; 3rd Zoe
Ann Bierman 17 points.
11 and 12-year-old boys 1st.
Jerry Mann 63 points; 2nd Roar.i
Summerford 40 points; 3rd Stewart
Brown 36 points.
11 and 12 year-old girls 1st
Maggie a honey 80 points; 2nd
Gail Allbritton 23 p3g-ints; 3rd
Christina Vogt 19 points.
13 and 14-year-old boys 1st
Harry Van Loon 60 points; 2nd
Jim Wilsoii 31 points; 3rd Gortlon
boswell 29 points.
13 and 14 yfar-old girls 7st.
Jean Walker 44 points; 2nd Fran
ces Yost 41 Doints: Srd Retlv
Van Dyke 18 points.
15 and 16-year-old boys h 1st.
Ray Caldwell 38 points; 2nd Ken
neth Mackenzie 35 points; 3rd Al
bert White 20 points.
15 and 16-year-old girls 1st.
Pat Rogers 73 points; 2nd Bever
ly Bowman 38 point; 3rd Rachel
Van Dyke 17 points.
New YorJi (NEA) With 7 ni
lion recreational boats in use a a-cross
cross a-cross the nation, owners face the
incredible parking problems of
automobile drivers in inadequate
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Teams W L Pet.
Cerveza Balboa . 7 S .700
Nacional 7 3 .700
Marlboro 6 3 .667
Kent 6 5 .545
Panama 4 6 .400
Perfection 3 7 .300
Carta Vieja 2 8 .200
Cerveza Balboa vs Perfection
Nacional vs Marlboro
Wednesday Night's Results
Carta Vieja 83, Kent 53
Nacional 86, Perfection 68
By VICTOR GRAY
Tonight's second game in the
twin -bill should prove quite a
thriller with Nacional, presently
tied with Cerveza Balboa for the
loop leadership fighting it out
with third place Marlboro, who
is half a game away from the
The last time these two clubs
met, Marlboro emerged the vic victor
tor victor after having to come from
behind on two occasions, win winning
ning winning by a three-point margin,
83 to ab. i
The curtain raiser will bring
together Cerveza Balboa now
tied for the league lead and
sixth place Perfection. Faced
with the dublousdistlnction of
finishing last, the Stovemen
must win In order to stay ahead
of fast -closing Carta Vieja. The
men under Ricardo Santos have
only won three games jso far; two
from fifth place Panama Cigar Cigarettes
ettes Cigarettes and the other from Carta
With surprising upsets the
present order of the circuit, Che Che-fo
fo Che-fo Echeverria, mentor of the
Beermen, will not be taking any
chances with the supposedly
weak opposition. He intends to
have his charges out in full
force, using his first stringers
for the greater part of the con contest.
test. contest. Tonight's games have been
dedicated to Anlbal Illueca Si
bauste, president of Panamas
Carta Vlela swarmed all over
a short -handed Kent quintet to
swamp the mby a 83 to 53, score.
The 30-polnt margin 01 victory
hieh for the easrue. surpass
ing the pasting the Carta Vieja
took from Nacional on the night
they made their debut, June 28
of this year. The final score was
71 to 46.
Larry Horine triggered the CV
attack with 19 points, ably sec
onded by Dick Gayer with 17.
Kent, minus the services of Bob Bobby
by Bobby Christopher and George Hall,
had Ellas Colley as top scorer
with 15. followed by Maurlcio
Saarlat with 13.
TTucpnin T.n7.e.ando's giant Na
cional hoopsters had little trou trou-hi
hi trou-hi downing Perfection in the
afterpiece as 6' 3" Roman Reyes
had himself a field night witn
ot nnirt ohlv insisted hv team-
mntP fl' 4""Art,liro Acard With 20.
For the losers Davis Peralta and
Lionel Campbell did most of the
scoring, tallying 18 points apiece.
PLAIN SORI FEET. ..
Inglewood, Calif. (NEA) Race
goers at Hollywood Park re
fer to Soir de Fete, a French brei
at Hollywood Park, is just plain
ITODAY ENCANT0 35 2(
SPANISH DOUBLE I
Llbertad Lamarque in
W L Oct. CB
j I 40 .569
50 41 .54
4 48 .45
44 46 .489
45 47 .489
44 47 .484
41 45 .477
42 50 .457
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Pittsburgh
tnicago at Milwaukee
Cincinnati at St.' Louis (N)
000 000 0000 4 I
ltt. Ho 105 02x 10 16
Miller (3 5), Monzant, Johnson
Gomez and V. Thomas.
Raydon (4-3) and Hall.
L A. 000 101 0057 9 2
Phila. 000 000 0213 8 0
Podres, Labine (4-3), Kipp and
Cardwell, Hearn (1-3), Farrell,
Meyer and Sawatski.
Chi. 010 021 0105 10 0
Mil- 000 103 0004 11 1
rioDDie, Henry (3-1) and S. Tay
(1-3) and Crandall.
Chi. 000 001 000-1 9 0
Ml1- 100 002 lOx 4 7 1
Phillips (6-4), Elston, Solis and
Pizarro (1-0) and Rice.
Cinci. 000 002 0204 7
S-L. 012 000 0115 11
Newcombe (2-10) and Bailev
Wight (2 1) and Landrith.
Cinci. 020 000 0013 11 1
S-L. 000 100 0102 6 1
Purkey (12-6) and Baliley.
Muffet Stobbs (0-3), Paine and
H. Smith, Landrith.
(Based on 10 decisions)
W L Pet
ueiocK, itea uox 10 0 1.000
luriey xanKees 15 3 .833
nyue senarora 8 2 .800
ruiu, Xanaxes 13 4 .765
xvut-As, i anxees 7 3 700
On Lookout For
NEW YORK, (UPI) police in
10 States were nn the lnnlrnut to
day for Frankie Carbo, the re reputed
puted reputed underworld "Mr Rio-" f
proiessional boxing who has
. o vi
been indicted by a New York
grand jury on charges of acting
as an undercover manager and
The nationwide alarm for the
54-year-old mobster was issued
Thursday after Carbo eluded a
trap at the Joe Brown -Kenny
Lane lightweight title fight at
Houston, Tex., Wednesday night,
detectives were waiting at the
Sam Houston Arena with war warrants,
rants, warrants, but Carbo never appeared.
According to District Attorney
Frank Hogan, Carbo was last
seeu at Tijuana, Mexico, last
"He has a home In Hollywood,
Fla., but he's rarely there," said
Hogan, who added he held up
his release of the lengthy detail detailed
ed detailed indictment against carbo un until
til until Thursday in the hope of tak taking
ing taking him Into "custody.
The 10-count indictment speci specifically
fically specifically charges Carbo with con conspiracy,
spiracy, conspiracy, acting as an undercover
manager for seven fights and
serving as an unlicensed match matchmaker
maker matchmaker for iwo bouts.
Hogan said Carbo pulled the
strings in main events at Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden and St.
Carbo has been arrested 17
times In the nast 43 vears. notice
said, but has served only one
prison term. That was back in
1928 when he put In 20 months
at Sing Sing for manslaughter.
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Westln? Westln?-house
house Westln?-house Electric Com. said to today
day today that it will build the world's
largest generator for a new sta station
tion station of the Arkansas Power and
Light Co. The unit, which will
weigh 519 tons, is scheduled for
delivery lor I960,
WL Pet. ,!
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44 .516 141
4 45 .505 itA
45 49 .479 18
43 47 .478 18
44 51 .443 lv)
42 49 .462 19V
40 54 .424 23
Boston at Chicago
,alumore Kansas City (N)
Washuigton at Detroit
New York at Cleveland
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Cleve 000 000 000-0 4 J
Ford (13-4) and Howmrd.
Narleski (10-8), Martin, Ferrai
ese and Nixon, Brown.
Bos 000 000 UOO-0 Afe
Chi. i3o ooo. 7 fl
Sullivan (8-4), Fornieles, ftyerlv
Bownsfield and WhiteTjilsliP
Donovan (7 10) and Lollar.
Wash. 010 000 4)124 9 1 1
Detroit oil 010 000-3 11
Kemmerer, Clevenger (6-3)
Hyde and Courtney, Korcheck
S,usi A"'" (3-3), Foytacl
Bait. 007 000 100-8 7 I
K-C. 201 000 000-3 8 )'
Portocarrero (IO-5) and Tni3
Grim (0-2), Tomanek, Craddocl
(Based on 225 official at bats)
. c T C AB R H Per.
Musial, S.L. 87 312 45 112 .359
n 8XS' &F 89 351 69 122 .34
Dark, phi, 77 308 37 101 32a
Ashburn. Phlli' to 05 3 ?
Skuiner, Pitt. 86 324 63 105 .324
Cepeda, S.F. 88 357 55 112 .314,
Anderson, Phil. 80 295 4fi m xvt
93 380 72 11 .311
95 382 63 118 .309
90 362 68 111 .307
Kunnels, Bos. 85
Cerv, K.C 83
Goodman, Chi. 61
Power, Cleve. 87
Fox, Chi. 95
Kuenn, Det. 81
Siebern, N.Y. 73
Malzone, Bos. 92
Williams, Bos. 85
Ward, K.C. 81
323 56 106
309 60 101
237 27 77
346 58 111
376 50 120
.327 328-.327 .325
317 42 101 .319
245 44 78 .318
374 40 115 .. 08
274 54 84 .307
274 32 84 .307
Jensen, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red Sox
Gary Player Shares
Lead With 2 Others
In Eastern Open
, onuiiraunii, U jrl I G rv
Player, a little South African "in
search of "the Yankee dollar"
shared the lmH mitv, t. .nl
steady strokers yesterday eolne
into the second round of the
Eastern Open Golf Tournament.
Plaver. who hm
ter than $1,000 a week since joln-
wic raucuuan tour, posted a
four -under -par 68 In his first of-
riClAl tOlir nvr t.hn MAunf ni..-
. tt 4uuun rnw
ant course Thursdav to tie Mike
Fetcnick and Bob Rosburg for .,
the lead. 4r
P.0Ww Fln,sterwald" the new
PGA ell amnion nt n i
start with a 7,7 while Cary Mid
dlecotf settled for a .78.
Dick Maver anfforvH ,. ,,,,,,1,
Iniurv while rirlvfnor ntt r ih.
second hole and withdrew.
One stroke back of the dead
locked leaders at 69 were Art
Wall Jr., Lionel Hebert and Wei
V ft vjj:.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ro Football Players' Camp Life Is 'Roughing If For Real
I First sign of fall; 30 guys and
tu nuuuieu uy uay in uie xaic
pwl. Bundled in overcoats ano
bans (wiiai, no raccoons,)? .
mile Dusters hv moDDtiU 8 lit
he DerSDiralion from their wrin
les Onaney uiuus was just et-
ng a cover picture lanea ior u
F nis ianiiuili DrnulamS. .
Moe Berg, uie linguistic idcei-
er, posting us trom i'aris . .msi
flew into France irom Aigicr6
Be same uy ieuauue s joys
kmc in trom the bull pen to taut
vr i ii p iiniii niricau province...
t Moving Roy Harris trom Cut'n';
oot to Los Angeles worked its ;
laruships oa iViuui-oe couny.
tex.) election OMCiais . ior uie
m iim, in iiiKuir t ail aoseiuee
I allot was requesteu by the ius-t-i.I-A.-
hit linn vim.
ial candiaates in an upcoming
I lection. . orotuer iooe nnns
riinnin? for countv treasurer. ;
lousin, Wiid Ifan woouman lor
cnool supervisor ...
Tmn maior recording compuiiies,
Ire mulling a tape made oy iiar-
Is and his nui-niuy Dana. .
ey reaa Sua! peare; hams
eads music v ngs a guiuu ..u
ots a, French noTu on aey. .
1 i .SP jBfc&folf
The pro footballers moving into
L.inino roiMimU n that last year s
lookie sensation, Jim i'oooley of.
I the Washington neasKir.!.,
bost lost out on a gridlem career.
, .happened wnue ne wa i "-
le Central Micmgan, wnere
Suddenly disappeared from the j
Iampus .'.scnool was aDouv w
ki until it turner) nut he
Iiuu iiiiu uiiwi : ...
ad to go back home to help with
In plowing. ..
nnu.i'. in ho i i1no7.v. the
Hints juuis '.' ,,
Hams sharing the Los Angeles Co
liseum for a while with the uo-Jg-j
Irs ... and some naiiDacn Dream
lint intn th ooen and runs smacK
Into the pitcher's mound. ...
Stanley Dancer, one oi we un unharness
harness unharness drivers, got there by de
lation to duty . even the swtni-
ning pool on his tar ti in new
vpt A.J., i locaeu lit ure
, . the picture winaow oi m
overlook the training area
kaddock. . .Del Miller, still
at New York harness rac rac-his
his rac-his -susnension. will let his
i run there, but won't mount
I live in San Francisco ana
trek south for the Hai'ns-
m brawl, check Lefty 0 -.the
Big Mm by edBay
flfnt ticcets ai mat cna.
i literary flair of Jim Bros-
m introspective hurler of
.'Louis Cards, who once ex
' his failure to go the route
"I had a weak capillary
that wasn't functioning
and there was a lot of
,i i ....;.. i tM ,v...
I Jy body, therefore, was in-
erricient in making use of my ox
Tennesses is preparing to spring
another Majors (Bill, the kid oro oro-ther
ther oro-ther of Johnny) . .who's, supposed
to be even better than the '56 All All-America
America All-America tailbace. .
The St. Louis Hawks, champions
of the basketball wo l are run run-nine
nine run-nine awav with softban honors in
the Mound City, too. . You won't
find women water skiing on the
soles of their feet, like world
champion Joe Cash not because
their tootsies are too small (Joe's
only an 8 1-2), but they can't tke
the impact oi the water in the
fall that's inevitable
Bill Killeitr, the old Cubs and
iBrowns manager, is a diabetic pa patient
tient patient in the Elsmer, Del., VA hos hospital
pital hospital . .the old Paw Paw, Mich.,
catcher still claims Grover Cleve
land Alexander was the greatest
Ft. Kobbe Reach
The Fort Kobbe Regulars and
the Army Atlantic Bush masters
moved their way into the semin
nal round of the Albrook Invita
tional Basketball Tournament witb
victories over Albrook Air Force
Base and Fort Clayton, respective respectively,
ly, respectively, at the1 Albrook Gymnasium
Fort Kobbe eliminated the host
team, Albrook, from the tourney
with a convincing 80-70 win, de despite
spite despite Emmett Bryant's efort of
37 points. George Hamilton was
high for the Kobbe quintet with
In the evening's. opening encoun encounter
ter encounter PAAF all-star John Foster
bagged 35 points to lead his Ar Army
my Army Atlantic squad to a 70-58 win
over the Panama Aarea Armed
Forces defending champs, Fort
High man for the Cavaliers was
Stan Christian with 16 markers.
In the tourney's opening night
of play. Wednesday, July 23, the
Navy squad came from behind
jtm edge Fort Amador 8175. Navy
will play Army Atlantic at 7 o' o'clock
clock o'clock tonight in the opening round
of the semifinals tnd Carta Vieja
will tangle with Fort Kobbe, the
I '55 and '56 PAAF champions. Car-
ta Vieja drew a first-round bye.
The winners of tonight's games
! in i : .. i, f ; i v ..........
win itieei jii "in iiijaia iuimui iivy
at 7 p.m. to determine the 1958
Albrook Invitational Tourney
' Highlighting the tournament will
be the race for scoring honors be be-'tween
'tween be-'tween Army Atlantic's John Fos
ter, Kobbe's George Hamilton and
Navy's Ray Nesbitt, who hit for
24 against Amador.
By HARRY GRAYSON
Professional tootoall players are
headed for training camps am1
the toughest part of their season.
Once they start playing, ihe
money men rarely, if ever, scrim scrimmage.
mage. scrimmage. The risk of injury is too
great, among other things.
"The season is like eating cake
compared to staying in a camp fir
six weeks," says Johnny Unitas of
Baltimore, who last season was
voted by the combatants the most
valuable player in the National
League. "Things get so rough in
training that teammates don't talk
to each other. They just sneer On
the field, one will tell another,
'I'm sick of looking at your face
That does it. Thev start swinging.
Pretty soon everybody is swinging.
"The only ones among the
Colts who don't get it are George
Shaw and myselt. We're quarter quarterbacksthe
backsthe quarterbacksthe untouchabes. I'd like
to thank the man who made ball
handling and passing so impor important
tant important for that."
. THIS IS NOT TO SAY that a
pro football training base is a bru
tal affair. It is just that the monot monotony
ony monotony and the heat and hard work -much
harder than the games
they're preparing for is too iuuch
for anybody to take without blow
ing up. From nine in the morning
until deep into the evening, there
are on t he-field sessions, movie
watching, play diagraming, meet meetings
ings meetings and lectures.
"With all that armor on, it's like
playing in an oven," says Unitas.
"You flop into bed at 10:30 dead
tired. The only redeeming feature
is that it isn't going to hurt long.
And being in shape is so impor impor-tant
tant impor-tant that anybody half smart gives
it all he has the entire way.''
Training for a football season is
co V rble to preparing for a pi ize
figh. and Involves vastly more
thinning and toil. In comparison,
i baseball players have a lark. Most
of them don't need more than
i three weeks to get their arms and
! legs in shape and batting eye shar ;
pened. Every other sport, inciuri-j
ing basketball and track and field,!
requires mostly running.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (NEA ) If 18
sports writers in the Atlantic Coast
Conference are are accurate,
South Carolina can look for North
Carolina to be its toughest loot loot-ball
ball loot-ball opponent this fall.
After the Tar heels, the wn,ers
rate the Gameccks' nine other
rivals in this order :Clemson, Ar Army,
my, Army, Duke, Maryland, Geoigia,
North Carolina State, Wake For
est. Virginia and Furman.
The poll was conducted by Don
iBarton, South Carolina sports
publicity director, with North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina getting only a narrow mar
gin over Clemson.
Yonkers, NY. NEA) Dining
facilities for the new $17. 500, (d
Yonkers Raceway have been de
signed to serve 42,000 persons
The following sports events have
been scheduled for the coming
week by the Caribbean Forces
Sunday Chicago Cubs vs. Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee at 1:30 p.m.
Monday Los Angeles vs. Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee at 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday St. Louis vs. Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia at 1:30 p.m.
Wednesday Boston vs. Detroit
at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday Washington vs. Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox t 1:30 p.m.
Sunday Baseball Game of the
Week at 3 p.m.: Wrestling at 10
Monday Boxing at 10 p.m.
Tuesday Roller Derby at 10
Thursday Golf Show at 4:30
HOTHOOSIER HANf Framed by the shafts of their sulky,
Frank Ervin shows you Record Mat with which he hopes to
win the $120,000 Hambletonian Stake at the Du Quoin, 111.,
State Fair, Aug. 27. Owned by L. E. Lake of Colfax, Ind.,
, Record Mat was world champion two-year-old trotting gelding.
A check of baseball people finds
Ryne Duren, the Yanks' fireball
reliever, out-polling the Phils'
Dick Farrell 3-to-l to determine
the fastest delivery in the majors
today. . .Jo-Jo White, the Indians'
new coach, says his son Mike ("a
good 'un") will have to be an out outfielder
fielder outfielder he played short) if he e e-ver
ver e-ver returns to baseball from the
knee tears he. suffered last spring
Between you'n'me, it was just,
two summers ago that Jackie Jen Jensen?
sen? Jensen? was seriously mulling per permanent
manent permanent retirement to his Lake
Tahoe, Calif, holdings
Palm Beach, Fla (NEA) The
first national skindiving tourna tournament
ment tournament for women will be held in the
Atlantic Ocean, off Grand Baha Bahama,
ma, Bahama, an island 65 miles from Pa!m
Loss In 9 Games
NEW YORK. July 25 (UPI)
The Havana Sugar Kings scored
twice in the ninth inning last niht
to edge first olace Montreal, 5-4,
in an International League contest.
The Royals, held a 4-2 lead epini
into the bottom of the eighth, but
Havana cut the margin to me and
then handed Montreal its fighth
setback in nine games with a final
inning uprising. Emilio Cueche
picked up his 10th win against
Bob Micelotta hit a grand slam
for Miami in the w'"hfh to provide
the Marlins with all their runs as
th"y shutout second place Toronto
4 0. IBob Anderson spun a six hit
BUT THE FOOTBALL PLAYER
and fighter has to beready for a
long stretch of bumps, belts and
bruises. The meaner he comes out
of a camp the better it is. And
there hasn't been a .good fighter i
who did not turn to snarling after;
he'd been stuck away in some re-t
treat for any length of time
Coaches keep after the football
players. Trainers and handlers
drive the fighters.
"If one more euy tells me what
to do," Rocky Marciano snapped
one afternoon at Grossinger's in
the Catskills, "I'll go nuts." For
more than six weeks, the Block
Buster had been having people tell
him when and what to eat, when
to hit the road and for what dis distance,
tance, distance, how to left hook and how to
dress for the night air.
5700 Materiel of Albrook
THE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAM CHAMPION
PION CHAMPION was ready to jump them all.
'But I got news for you,' confided
Marciano after he had put lumps
on another opponent's head. 'It's
not nearly as rough as football."
The Rock was exposed to foot football
ball football in high school and on Brock Brockton
ton Brockton sandlots, you see, and like e e-verybody
verybody e-verybody else who has played
knows it Is the roughest and
toughest of all games.
Come to think of it, that's why
football as we play it is strictly an
It's too rough for those other
ter as he evened record at 3 and
Whammy Douglas Issued for
hits and gained his 11th triumph
in 17 decisions as Columbus def defeated
eated defeated last-place Buffalo, 2-0.
Rochester and Richmond split a
double header. The Vees won the
openT. 5 3. scoring all their runs
in the sixth inning, me win
bounced back in Hie nightcap on
homers by Ray Katt and Cletus
Boyer to win, 4-2.
Sparks 3 Boyd Brothers 1
Several weeks ago the Boyd Bro
thers Smith Coronas were as snug
as a bug in a rug and appeared
to have the Albrook 5700 Mate Materiel
riel Materiel title in the bag. But now they
find themselves tied for the top
spot by the Sparks.
These two titan of the loop met
this week and the Sparks, after
dropping the first game rallied
and took the next three points
quite easily. In defense of the
smith Coronas they were hurt by
the absence of the Moskowitz duo.
A fair lady in the Sparks lineup
copped the scoring honor over
the three male throweres, includ including
ing including her lesser half.
The heroine who came through
when needed was Marie Case with
561 and her supporting cast was
Forrest Case 528, Benny Yays
534 and Vince Santell 529. For the
slumping Boyd Brothers, Jim
Mingin put on the best show when
he knocked down the pins for a
542 scratch and 572 hdep, and
H?rry Rouse rustled the maples
Matter Misses 4 Blinds 0
The Blinds learned the hard way,
wh.it a handicap it is to spot the
opposition pins. Giving the Mas Master
ter Master Misses 63 pina a game proveti
too much of an obstacle. On
scratch basis, the Blinds saw win win-rong
rong win-rong efforts but in the pay oft line
on handicap basis, the Blinds lost
all four makers t o the Master
This was a low scoring affair
with each team having uie "500"
bow'er. For the Master M'sses
it wa? Al Ketree with 513 and for
Hie Blinds L. Lines lined up 502.
Remington Rand 4 Snarks O
In a convincing manner the Re Remington
mington Remington Rand otfirt Machir. s
took the measure oi the air
craft Snarks by a 4 to 0 rotint.
The Snarks rolled three consis consistent
tent consistent game of 767, 768 and 765, but
this consistency was fruitless with
the Remington Rands ramming
me sticks over a total of 800
The three gentlemen of t.h Rp
mington Ranu took over th ,..,-i.
loau off the ladies when thev all'
rolled over that 500 mark 'idiss
Arnold leadofl with a 560 se
Hon Jacques 525 and Hays 51b
i'or the snarks, Jim Williams
lOUnd he coulri nnl nrr tu i..j
. .. liic 1UUU
himsell with his 507.
Ovtrdo$ 4 Gutter Rats 0
ii ne cutter Rats are not- on I
the alert they will find themselves1
where rodents usually namel
y the cellar. On the other hand
ue uyeraues long overdue are
about to climb out the basement.
Only one slim point separates
. ivU quinieis.
In the battle for the bottom,'
nH ,ver'!,ue;s l'"PPed and sk.n sk.n-ned
ned sk.n-ned the Guter Ras for all four
points, for the winners the Ni Nichols
chols Nichols family took command of
the situation; Foy riddled the
maple timber 62 feet down the
lanes for a 568 total and Maxine;
541. For the 'Rats "isaac" Newloni
agin applied the law of gravity
in pulling down a 551 series.
... a lightweight Bedford cord
'Capricord' was only intro introduced
duced introduced this spring but already it's
made a hit with men who like to
feel cool and fresh, especially
when they're relaxing in the sun.
It's a finer, lighter version of
Bedford cord, with a character characteristic
istic characteristic narrow rib that aocentuates
the long slim cut of your Daks
trouseri. In clear grey, fawn,
warm brown, navy and black.
Our Daks trouseri range
teems w 1 1 h new cloths this season.
When you come in for your
next pair, ask to see them all.
WU&i :i! Race for boats capable of more
a ;s:V:Htt i&VHU-: an 170 miles n 'nour aEain w
ffij W run on Lake Washington
ft I iri,ll -.:88tt B "ir.:jr.--9
of course! j during this gg puluft
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!; PANAMA (EDIWCIO CYRNOS) COLON IH Aptdo. 199, Colon. R. P. j tmmmmmmm
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEK
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-074C
sssssssl 1 i
F I E D S
J 955 Ford Victoria hardtop, pink
and white radio, power steering,
2-1891, 2-1895 weekdays 3 3-5954
5954 3-5954 nighti and Sundays.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chrysler
Saratoga, 4 door, white and gold,
R and H, power steering, brakes,
seats, 6400 miles, cost new
$4800, excellent buy at $3800;
FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER The Fort Gulick Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Mess will sell to the high highest
est highest bidder one (1) 1954 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Vi ton pick-up truck. Seal Sealed
ed Sealed bios will be accepted in person
at the Fort Gulickk Officers'
Open Mess, Fort Gulick, Canal
Zone, or by mail. All bids will be
opened on 2 August 1958.
FOR SALE: 1957 Bel-Air
Chevrolet 4-door. Sport sedan
$1600.00. Phone Coco Solo 614
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Sportcar 1955 Ford
Thunderbird R&H, wsw, new
nylon top, overdrive, very clean.
Duty paid, will trade. Tel. 2 2-2887,
2887, 2-2887, Ancon, C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman. Tel.
2-1872 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 6,
fordor sedan, 6000 miles. 124-B
Gamboa. Tel. 6-170.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick Special
4-door hardtop. Power brakes,
steering. White wall tires, radio
and heater. New car condition.
Finance available. House 8510-A,
Margarita, C.Z. 3-241 1.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, good battery, tires
and motor, $200.00. Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4304, house 0437 Apt. K.
FOR SALE: 1948 Oldsmobilt 4
door, sedan, radio, excellent tires,
hydramatic, recently overhauled,
no rust holes, clean, $250. Tel.
2-4304, house 0437 Apt. "K".
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
business coupe, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Phono 83-3227, house
2009-B, Curundu, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Stationwagon. 1953
Ford 9-pass. Country sedan, 5 6 6-ply
ply 6-ply tires, new battery, excellent
condition. Balboa 2-3480.
LT. COL. CARLOS BETANCES
RAMIREZ, director of the
technical department of the
United States Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School, welcomes 359
newly arrived students from
15 American republics at a
ceremony in the Fort Gulick
Theater. Beatnces addressed
the students during- the spe spe-,cial
,cial spe-,cial orientation progam
which is presented semian semiannually
nually semiannually at the beginning of
each new class.
(U.S. Army Photo)
To New Location
Editorial Caribe, Panama's Evangelical book store,
Will celebrate its opening today in a new downtown loca location
tion location on Avenida "B," opposite the International Hotel.
William Eve, recently appointed manager, said the
mov,- from the former location on Calle Rochet is made
to ;iovide a larger display area as well as a more acces accessible
sible accessible local ion for both the English and Spanish population.
The new store is air-conditioned for the comfort of those
who wish to browse through the large variety of Christian
books and literature. The proximity to the Cinco de Mavo
Placa affords parking facilities for those who wish to
drive to the store. The new street -level location is also
easily accessible to those coming by bus.
The Latin America Mission, which operates a Spanish
publishing house and bookstore in San Jose, Costa Rica,
opened EditoiTal Caribe in Panama four years ago to meet
the ever increasing demands for Bibles and other Christ Christ-Ian
Ian Christ-Ian reading material on the part of churches in Panama
and the Canal Zone.
Eve is looking forward to meeting both old and new
friends of Editorial Caribe in its new location. Partici Participating
pating Participating in the opening will be the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Curundu Protestant Church who will be in charge l" re reception
ception reception of visitors. Refreshments will be served through throughout
out throughout the day.
, .1 .
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, master bedroom, air con condition.
dition. condition. Ave. Chile No. 22, call
3-4398 or 3-0611.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished, one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchinette. Across Ancon
bustop, 17-18, 4th of July.
FOR RENT: Comfortably fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished 2 bedroom apartment,
hot water, maid's room and ga garage,
rage, garage, Campo Alegre. Phone 3-
FOR RENT: Small apartment,
2nd Street No. 6. Vista Hermo Hermo-sa,
sa, Hermo-sa, telephone 3-5204.
FOR RENT: New, cool 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments close to modern
supermarket. Service couples wel welcomed,
comed, welcomed, only $65.00. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-4511 or Balboa 2-1778.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 90 Street No. 16, San
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment across from El
Panama Hilton, Apply foto El
Halcon or call phones 3-1 179 or
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment in new building,
screened, ventilation on three
sides, large balcony on 4th of
July Avenue, Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army inspected, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, kitchen and bath. $65.00.
Inquire, janitor at No. Tl-132,
4th of July Avtnue or phone
Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Nice two bedroom
apartment. Please call 3-2978.
FOR RENT: Commercial tocale
in Justo Arosemena Ave. No.
37-11. Opposite Cristo Rey
Church. Tel. 2-2341.
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INTERNAL DE PUBI.ICACIONKS No 3 Lotia-y Plaza e CASA ZAI.DO Central Ave. 45 I.OURUES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla PARMAC1A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON -4th ol July Ave. & J St. e LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 FARMAC1A ESTAOOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave
FARMAC1A LUX-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fco. de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. IAR IAR-MAC1A
MAC1A IAR-MAC1A VAN DER JIS 50 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lfevxe 7 Street FARMAC1A "SAS" Vie Forras 111 MOVED AD ES ATHIS
Beside the Bella vista Theatre.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Svend 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. Houses
FOR REWT: Three months,
beautiful 3-bedroom residence
in El Cangreio completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. For information call 3 3-1
1 3-1 167.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, maid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, screened. Calle 50 No. 25.
Bella Vista $115.00. Tel. 2 2-0481.
0481. 2-0481. FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining-room,
kitchen, garage, fenced
yard. Telephone 4-1241 good
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
two bedroom, etc. 61 Street,
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Chalet, porch, liv-ing-diningroom.
rraid's loom, 3 baths, kitchen,
hot water, garage, fenced yard.
Good neighborhood, 1 5 Street
No. 106 Paitilla.
FOR RENT: Large house, 3
bedrooms, independent servants'
quarters, spacious grounds. Tel.
FOR REN T: In residential
section, new, modern chalet.
Three bedrooms, two baths.
Phone 3-3255 from 12-2 p.m.
and from 6-8 p.m.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre, op opposite
posite opposite Hotel Panama, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished cool room. Delicious meals
European style if desired. Private
bath. Call 3-1789.
BAGHDAD FLIGHTS RESUMED
COLOGNE, Germany (UPI)
The West German Lufthansa air airline
line airline announced today that it
will resume flights to Baghdad
Friday for the first time since the
Iraqi revolt broke out July 14.
FIRESTONE FOLLOWS SUIT
AKRON. Ohio (UPI) Firestone
Tire and Rubber Co. has raised its
lire prices 3 per cent, following
similar moves by other major tire
companies. Price on its "Super
Champion" line, however, remain
Inc. air (arc. transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Tiies. and Fri.
Tel. Panama 2-16G1
$ for 5
35 mm Camera
f. I .) lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
With built-in Universal
FOR SALE: Bell Howell 8 mm.
movie outfit camera, case, pro projector,
jector, projector, light bar. Zenith, 1957,
21 table model TV set. 60 cycle.
Hoby Items including:
Sterling and other
Plane, Boat and Auto
Ballistic Missile with
launcher and fuel.
Real Missile performance
CRAWFORD AGENCIES CORP.,
Tivoli Ave. No. 18-20
FOR SALE: The Curundu Post
Restaurant offers for sale the
following articles. 73 c h a i r I,
wood, straight, 6 chairs, lounge,
double, 24 chairs, lounge, single.
FOR SALE: Household Fur Furniture.
niture. Furniture. 1954 Pontiac 6, very nice.
317-C. Coco Solo, phone 652.
FOR SALE: Piano Wurlitxer
Spinet. Excellent condition. 8420
Margarita. Cris 2598.
FOR SALE: Nursery school
equipment. House 5507-A, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. Tel. 2-1547 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Spinet piano, in
good condition. $300.00. U street
No. 7-21, apartment 15, Calido Calido-nia.
nia. Calido-nia. FOR SALE: Spare parts for
cars, trucks, heavy equipment,
radios, motors, electric and
plumbing fixtures, refrigerators,
safe vaults, bolts, steam electric
tables. CONTINENTAL SUPPLY
at 12 and 13 St. Central Ave.
Phone 1088-B, Colon.
FOR SALE: Treasure Hunters!!
Metal locator. Must Sacrifice.
Coco Solo 490.
FOR SALE: Hollywood double
bed frame and springs $20.00,
3 pc. livingroom act $95.00,
reclining chair and atool, $25.00,
Kodascope 8 mm projector
$75.00, 60 cycle 8mm projector
and camera $15.00, bedroom
chair $11.00. Phone Balboa 2 2-3782.
3782. 2-3782. Zone Army Men
To Inspect US
Lt. Col. Tom E. Cole and Sfc
Jose M. Rosado of the U.S. Army
Caribbean Inspector General's
Office will leave Tocumen Air Airport
port Airport on Aug. 10 for San Salvador
They will conduct annual IO
inspections of the U.S. Army
Mission in San Salvador and In Inter
ter Inter American Geodetic Survey
projects in both San Salvador
Cole and Rosado are scheduled
to return to this command on
DIABLO HTS. 7:0(1
"ALL MINE TO GIVE"
MUM H MONTGOMERY! Mil
the Young Lions
COCO SOLO 7:001
(Also Showing Sunday)
GAY CROONERS SHOW!
FOR SALE: Beautiful dining dining-room
room dining-room China closet with glass
doors, two drawers and bottom
section, also buffet that matches.
Both of solid mahogany and in
excellent condition. Call Balboa
1684 after 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Beautiful, new din dining
ing dining table with six chairs. Reason Reasonably
ably Reasonably priced. Phone 3-4364.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator West West-inghouse,
inghouse, West-inghouse, all porcelain, 9 ft. List Listed
ed Listed for conversion. $60. Available
Aug. 4. Phone 2-4224.
FOR SALE: Youth bed with
mattress $15.00, electric train
with accessories, $20.00, small
bell, ;portable electric sewing
machine $35.00. Tel. Panama
FOR SALE: Bamboo bolster
chair with foot stool, like new,
$35, single metal bed, $15,
mirror, $5, phone 2-1796, Apt.
18-765 Barneby St.
FOR SALE: Double bed with
Simmons spring and mattress,
maple wood, upholstered couch,
several stand lamps, 1949 Buick,
sedan, roadmaster. House 356,
Ancon Apt. 19. Phone 2-3740.
FOR SALE: 1955 Tiger Cub,
200 cc, excellent condition. Best
offer. 1 English bicycle, 3 model
air planes. Telephone 82-2265,
FOR SALE: 1957 Moped mo motorbike.
torbike. motorbike. Good condition. Phone
Curundu 3192 for questions and
Continues In Red
For Second Quarter
NEW YORK (UPI) A report
by Chrysler Corp. revealed the
firm made the poorest showing of
the country's three leading auto
producers during the first half of
The company followed its $15, $15,-100,000
100,000 $15,-100,000 loss in the first quarter
with a $10,100,000 loss in the sec
ond quarter. But despite the $25,-
200,000 loss for the six-month peri
od, Chrysler directors held the
dividend on common stock at 25
cents a share. The board ahd re
duced the dividend from 75 cents
to 25 cents in April.
Chrysler is the second of the big
three auto firms to issue its semi semiannual
annual semiannual report. On Monday the
Ford Motor Co. disclosed it airf airf-fered
fered airf-fered a net loss of $17,300,000 in
the second quarter, but a net
profit in the first quarter left the
company ahead by $5,400,000 or
10 cents a share for the first half.
General motors is due ti
nounce its results soon.
Sat. Matinee 6:15
MARGARITA 6:15, 8:251
"A FACE IN THE
2.00 5:10 8:20
SnM on iht nml by MWM SHsw
"The Sea Hornet" and
"Spy Smasher" (Serial)
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"20 MILLION MILES
CLIFT MARTIN 1
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 14' new Runabout
65" beam-made for water ski skiing
ing skiing will sacrifice. Tel. 2-2887,
Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SALE: 12 ft. boat. Good
condition. Must go. Make an of offer.
fer. offer. 790-C. Tavernilla, Balboa,
FOR SALE: Modern coffee
schop. Includes restaurant and
ice cream equipment. Owner has
other interests to look after.
Fine bu.ines, centrally located.
For information: Decoration "Ro "Roberto"
berto" "Roberto" Via Espana, Tel. 3-4904.
Nights and Sunday 3-6706.
Marked On CFN
Several organizations and act activities
ivities activities in USARCARIB will be ce
the next few days by presenting
lebrating their anniversaries in
television programs on CFN-TV.
Here is a schedule of those pro programs:
grams: programs: Medical Corps: Fifteen-minute
film representing Medical Corps
activities at 6:30 p.m. Saturday,
Army Chaplaincy: Fitfeen-min-nte
film titled "Army Chaplain"
at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, July 29.
Judge Advocate General's
Corps: Fifteen-minute live presen presentation
tation presentation at 6 p.m. Ruesday, July 29.
Trnasportation Corps: Studio
program at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,
Health Bureau Club
Dance For Tonight
All arrangements have been
completed for the Club Health
Bureau s second anniversary
dance slated at the Casino Vina
del Mar in San Francisco, com commencing
mencing commencing at 9 p.m. until 5 a.m.
The management' went all out to
assure their guests of a wonder
ful and well spent evening.
There will be prizes and sur
prises for the lucky ones; and
other entertaining activities to ex
change the evening.
Music for this semi-formal dance
TO OUR ADVERTISERS:
With a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special
Please dial Tel.
We will appreciate your call which
to serve you better
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Cheap sale, mollas this week, two
dollars up, America's Art. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row.
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to
bid on contract to operate a
DRESMAKING SHOP in Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, C. Z. Prospective bidders are
invited to visit the operations.
Bids should be submitted in du du-licate,
licate, du-licate, in sealed envelopes pro properly
perly properly identified on the outside,
and enclosed in another envelope
addressed to the Installation Of Officer
ficer Officer for the attention of the Post
Restaurant Officer, Bids will be
opened at 1400 hours on 15
August 1958 in the Post Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Building. For further in information
formation information call Curundu 6205 or
Last opportunity, leaving Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, accept best offer, 1957 Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Premier, 4 door, sedan. Only
6400 miles, duty paid, extras,
excellent condition. Tel. 3-1709
WANTED: 3 or 4 bedrooms
chalet. Call 3-1407.
Ogden Leads Party
To Puerto Rico
Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, U.
S. Army Caribbean deputy com
manding general, will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Puerto Rico where he
will inspect the National Guard
summer camp and visit other
In the inspection party with
Odgen will be Col. John C. Nick Nick-erson,
erson, Nick-erson, Jr., ordnance officer; Col.
Walter A. Kneyse, signal officer;
Lt. Col. Albert C. Davies, G-2 sec
tion executive officer; Maj. Ralph
C. Singer, chief of preventive
medicine, surgeon's office; Capt.
Arthur R. Underwood Jr., chief of
the G-3 section training branch;
Capt. George M. Haley flight
surgeon from the surgeon's office
1st. Lt. Michael F. Cavenaugh,
aide de camp and Roy C. Taul
of the Comptroller's Office.
They will return to the Canal
Zone July 30.
will be furnished by the Wile
Morrison orchestra and the Albert
Phillips Jet Combo.
hi. i M is milk with nil Ha nutritional
element intact. Only the water has
been removed. And amart folks know
that their morning coffee tastes better
... is better for them with rich, nourish nourishing
ing nourishing Klim. They know that Kum .
the Complete Milk . provides the nour nourishment
ishment nourishment that is so important to good
health. Insist on Kum milk.
pliance service and repair it
must be bilingual. Send full p.
ticulars together with photo
ADVERTISKK I OB APAKTA
WANTED: Experienced A,
pliance Salesman, must bo bilin
i c i ..ii
cd n isiDTinnaiaaiUi
s -miiHifff) car wun i n
cleaning or motor waxing
mian Highway near Sears.
WE REPAIR. IN
YOUR HOME $3 50
You get service the same day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WOP.
sr i ,in r r t
cians. Crawford Agencies. Phono
2-1905 Tivoli Avonuo 18-20.
No service charge
No minor charge
30 years in electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
r a n-rr IkifT Alien A .L Li
TV. Panama 2-3142.
ISOmeiTIC empioymam nviiiiv,
day week, excellent references.
n i 1 J: I
Family in Gamboa require
.a. i a i'.-L
sltep in. Call Gamboa 6-226
The. Cristobal High
1 1 1 i t r i
Colon are ready for ti
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Abel Bravo, Luke Paluir
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Game time is 10 a.m.
The COMPLETE Mild
for prompt attention
will enable us
HTl'RDAY, JULY 26, 1958
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FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR. PERI) AND CHILE
S.S. "SALAVERRY" August 3
M.V. "POTOS1" August 8
TO I'NITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUA1RA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
S.S. "RE1NA DEL MAR" (20,225 tons)
(Air-Condltioned) Sept. 26
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "CUZCO" July 28
S.S. "KENUTA" August 8
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTDHOLLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH GOIVAN" July 26
S.P. "DUIVENDYK" August 13
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S.S. "LOCH AVON" August 1
S.S. "DALERDYK" August 15
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Cristobal 3-10545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1965
"Don't bt impatient with her, George! Remember how
you read poetry to me over the phone all one summer?"
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Today's Jy Program
2 .10 Manr t.Mgu Bashall S 0(1 Cesar's Hour
S O0 .lAMBOREE no lliehwv Patrol
5:30 PANORAMA ilnrMirllng the 9 .10 Polkii Time Rpt I Oct 57
BIr Picture lit 5:45) 10 00 F.ncore: nlf Show
7 00 Oh. SusaliMB 1100 C'FN NEWS
7 .10 I've Got A Secret 11:15 Encore: Country America. J
Courtesy of Aernvias Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-16W
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Fort Amador are lour youths
ar; David Parks, 15th ND;
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A LI, RIGHT, WHAT'S SO FUNNY? Ens. Walter S. Sherman, 15th Naval District, keeps his
gcjf class awake by making an occasional pun. However, no jokes were needed here as he
gave a lesson on the proper way to grip a nine iron. The students are, front to rear, Judy
Sullivan, 15th ND; Leslie Eastwood, Panama; Earl Drew, 15th ND; Donna Brigandi, Ft. Ama Ama-tat;
tat; Ama-tat; Jane Miller, 15th ND and Iraida Romero, Puerto Rico. (U.S. Army Photo)
(The "River Kwai" Man)
IS PACKING THEM UP. .
Receiving diving instructions from Ens. Glenn Carrol, 15th Naval District, and Pfc. Ray King,
taking part in Amador's Summer Recreation Program. From left to right, on the diving board,
Judy Schlatter, Quarry Heights; Al Feldt, Panama and Jim Napier, Fort Amador
(U.S. Army Photo)
AND YOU MUST SEE HIM
In That Hilarious
Co-starring: ODILE VERSOIS
OF COURSE IT'S ANOTHER
3:10 5:06 7:02 8:53 p.m.
Results In Failure
Of Robbery Atlempl
NEW YORK UPD Mrs. Lena
Ernst, 38, does not ordinarily be believe
lieve believe in picking up hitchhikers.
Bui yesterday, while driving
along a Brooklyn parkway, she
saw what she felt would have to
he an exception to her hard-fasl
rule a man in a wheelchair
thumbing a ride.
She stopped the car and as'd
the cripple his destination. Ke
said he was en route "'to ee a
man about a job." At Mrs
Ernst's request, a man nearby
helped the cripple into the back
of the car.
Moments later, Mrs. Ernst felt
a gun in her back The paraplegic
demanded her money.
fHui Mrs. Ernst, stopped for
red light, saw a police cruiser
and cried for help. Two officers,
guns drawn, rushed over. The
cripple meekly surrendered. His
gun was a toy.
The man, who identified himself
variously as Irving Axelrod, 36.
and Stanley Emanuel, was held in
a hospital prison ward on an at
templed robbery charge.
Curious police asked how he
planned to get out of the car
after the holdup.
He said he hadn't thought about
Fort Amador Summer Recreation Program
In Full Swing With Over 350 Youngsters
The Fort Amador summer recreation program, directed by Lt. Col. Ernest E. McCUsh of
the U.S. Army Caribbean Comptroller, Section, is in full swing presently and, according to lat latest
est latest figures, has a much larger enrollment than in past years.
The latest figures indicate that over 350 youngsters, ranging from three to 16 years of
age, are participating.
The purpose of the program is to provide organized and wholesome recreation for the
children of the Amador community. According to McClish, "This well-balanced program should
contribute significantly to building sound physical and mental health, to molding democratic
citizenship and character, and promoting social, cultural, vocational and moral well being of
Although the majority of youngsters enrolled come from Fort Amador, the 15th Naval
District and Quarry Heights, there are some from the Canal Zone and Panama whose parents
are employed at Gorgas Hospital, the governor's office and with the State Department.
The six-week program got un
derway July ana will end on
Aug. 15. Sponsored by the Fort A
mador Youth Council, the Amador,
program conducted extensive pub
licity during June and the early
part of July in search of volun
teer instructors. The response was
fast and plentiful. When the pro
gram started, over 50 instructors
were included on McClish's list.
lo aid the summer recreation
program in the 12 Can. Zone com
munities, the United Fund allocat
A portion of this sum will be us
ed to sponsor two swim meets at
Albrook Air Force Base in Aue
ust. On the agenda are the Junior
Olympic and Canal Zone anniver-
1:35 4:00 6:20 9:00 p.m.
A SEARING LOOK
IN TODAY'S SOUTH I
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EXTEND THOSE ARMS Sp4 Tom Belding of Fort Amador gives four attentive youngsters tennis lessons
dor courts. Participating in the tennis program are, left to right, Mary Anne Sikorskl Panama' Tommv
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sary swim meets scheduled for
Aug. 9 and 16, respectively.
Under the eyes of both civilian
and military instructors at tht
15th Naval District pool, swim swim-ming
ming swim-ming classes art hold on Mon Mondays,
days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
A junior lift saving course it al also
so also hold on Friday mornings.
At the Gymnasium throughout
the week instructors teach the kid kiddies
dies kiddies the fundamentals of basket basketball,
ball, basketball, boxing, wrestling, Softball
A basketball tquad is being
formed to compete against other
teams io the summer recreation
Along with these activities there
are tennis, track, golf and fishing
lessons for the outdoor enthusiasts.
Bowling instructions are also ot
tered at the 15th Naval District
Free movies are included in this
year's schedule along with libra library
ry library programs.
For tht youngsters skilled in
tht art of making things an arts
and crafts program is offertd at
tht Fort Amador Tttn Club on
Tuesday and Thursday morn
Navy Ballonisls Try
To Break Record
For High Flying
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) (UPI)-Navy
Navy (UPI)-Navy balloonists expected to soar
more than 80,000 feet over Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota later todav insirlp a cnalorl
The twice nosl mined kg'lnnn
flight was to begin at an open
pit iron mine near Onhv Minn
Officials expected the balloon to
oescena somewhere near Wheat Wheat-on.
on. Wheat-on. Minn., today.
Weather conditions which de delayed
layed delayed the ascension earlier this
week looked "vprv fa
day, according to the Office of
navai ttesearcn. a spokesman
said the launching was nlatmMi
for some time in the afternoon.
two veteran balloonists, Cmdr.
Malcolm D. Ross and ret i ml
Cmdr. M. Lewis, hoped tp pilot
the elastic hallnnn to nsr ki oon
feet. The unofficial world altitude
mark for a two man crew is
ine naval scientists will study
cosmic rays and the planet Mars.
It will be their fourth ascension
in less than two years.
Also aboard the balloon will be
5,000 insects which will be studied
to determine the effect of cosmic
rays on reproduction.
Ross and Lewis will be kept
busy conducting about 50 experi experiments
ments experiments florins the flight. Thev will
test equipment for taking apecko-
grnpns or mi aimospncre oi Mars
which will bt used durinfi two
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ings. Among tht many items be being
ing being madt there are bates shall
jewelry, gourd cups, fibtr sand sandals
als sandals and picture framts.
The Little Theater will present
"Mr. Barry's Etchings," a three three-act
act three-act comedy, at 7:30 p.m. on Aug.
15. The site of the amateur pro production
duction production is unknown at present.
AF Stages Last Ditch
Attempt Al Locating
Famed Space Mouse
CAPE CANAVERAL. Ela. (XTP1)
A final search effort 'began at
dawn today for Wickie the space
mouse, whose resting place would
be marked in the South Atlantic
by a carrot-colored balloon.
The Air Forte said the specially-equipped
search planes and
ships in the hunt received no sig signals
nals signals Thursday from the experi experimental
mental experimental nose cone in which Wickie
rode 6,300 miles through the heav heavens
ens heavens on Wednesday. Fear grew she
would become the third mouse lost
in a combination military scien
tific test series.
Utticiais still would not say
whetner the nose cone re-enterd
the earth's atmosphere. But the
presence of the search force near
Ascension Island, 1,000 miles from
the coast of Africa, indicated suc successful
cessful successful return was assumed.
Primary purpose of the tAt was
to recover the experimental Thor-
Able nose cone to learn how it
fared in the terrific heat gener
ated by friction in returning
tnrougn the atmosphere at a
speed oi aDout i3,ooo miles an
Weather Or Nat
This weather report for the 24
hours endinr A.m. tnd&T i
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High 88 85
Low 75 7
High M 96
Low 66 84
(max. mph) NE-I9 N-18
RAIN (Inches) .91 .45
(inner harbors) 83 83
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WHO SAYS I CAN'T HIT? Mark St. Angelo of the 15th
Naval District lets his favorite admirer, Maria Calkins, also of
the 15th ND, probe for his bleep after his dally workout at
Fort Amador's gym. Both youngsters are participating la
Amador's Summer Recreation Program. (U.S. Army Photo)
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It's more likely in Paris. . and
more lovely in the afternoon!
Produced and Directed hy BILLY WILDER
at the Fort Amai
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