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

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

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f IlE. OAIIY KIWSFiFER '

tout 1st 128 day round trip
FLY NOW with
TI3IE PAYMtNT
DOWN
balance in.
20 mon.
CANADIAN VIIISftY
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"Let fX people know the truth and the country is safe" i46rfliflm LmcoJm

33rd IE AH

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21

Lcsklstcrs Rccomniend .'.

$16,666,000: For

Canal Zone Govt.
WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP) The' House Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations committee recommended $16,666,000 for Canal Zone
Government operating expenses for 1959.
The ; amount is $580,000 more than v last year but
$931,000 less than requested. -'
The committee report said; the amount will, provide
Increases of $80,000 for the assumption of operating r'e r'e-sponsibility
sponsibility r'e-sponsibility by the Canal Zone Government for the Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores bridge, $100,000 for repairs to Thatcher highway,
$200,000 for educational programs and $200,000 for hos

pitals and clinics.
Coco Sc!o School

Job To Start
During.Vacation

The work of remodeling the
former bachelor : of fleers' quar quarters,
ters, quarters, building at Coco,Splojfor
use as a modern and up-to-date
elementary school will begin
during "the -summer vacation
months, it has been announced
at Balboa Heights. ,

v.. mnA eMflrat.1rn ItiT the

- conversion have been prepared
u.. v, pmjiiiii f!anat Architec-

T--nph and bias will w
fcuveiw.- 26. The bids ai :
row scheduled to be opened July

,iA In the vicinity of

the former Officers' .Club, on
Johnston Avenue, the three-
story building will be convert converted
ed converted into t school containing 15
classrooms, two kindergarten

rooms, an air wnmw"!

ji. .1...0I Mum ntin clinic.

H reveral? utility 1

rooms for use by the teachers j

ani stuaenis. ji ;
According 'to the ; plans1 the
' ground floor will be devoted to
the clinic, an all purpose sworn,
the school library, two Wnder Wnder-garten
garten Wnder-garten rooms, the office of the
principal, and a teacher's lo inge.
On the second floor wijl '..lo '..located
cated '..located the air conditioned taio-

.,1 tSIIU I Ifllllllk Obfvu

including : two for handicapped
children, a teachers' room, and
book storage room
,, The third floor will be con converted
verted converted into eight classrooms, a
teachers' room,' and space, for

book storage.:, ..,
, All classrooms will open on)
' a balcony if acine : Maaanilln
x Bay. Entrance will be gained
bv means of an open corridor
vvhMi runs along one sideor
the building. Each of the rooms
will be eaulnped with acoustic acoustical
al acoustical tile and flnurescwit Win.
The rehabilitation of the build building
ing building should be -completed In time
lor the 1959-60 school" year. h

lien In an linUSIlfll TnOVC the

committee report paid the fol

lowing high compliment mj vuv

W. E. potter;
"TVio .nmrnltiAB WHS ilHDreS

Fsed with the excellent presenta

tion of the appropriation de

tails by the governor at wus

nt t,h. sunnortini? iustiflcations.

Xt IS ODVIOUS mat Hie guvemm
on4 his st.aff are trlviner careful

at.tont.1nn t.n thB Droblems Of

administermar me anairs i

. The committee recommended
tinnnnnn fnr-ianit,al outlavr-

fru )W v i wuv : r v
an increase of $2,000,000 over
1958 but $1,800,000 less than re

quested.
This fond will provide for
mnvnrsinn nf a v tw barrack

lutn a r v .i ool at

( .o I 1 rmivi i nf

another Navy barracks in the the-same
same the-same vicinity for, use as an
jelementary school.
Tho full rpniiflst of 419.250.000

was i approved for construction
of the Panama Canal bridge,
nnrl on amount nf S7.900.000 was

approved for administrative ex

penses oi me Manama ianai

Company. ... .'

IfcKn On Ice'
fircpJs On
Oil l":x:o Coast

VERACRUZ, Mexico. May 21-r
ttt Tv, cnanlsh Transatlan

tic Company Ship Guadalupe,
with the entire American .com .com-'
' .com-' tianv of the skating spectacle
"Holiday On ice" aboard- ran
aground while leaving this port
eTwodtugboats were still trying
,afinat the st.pamer to-

vauuy w c"u" j i.
day The shio was en route to
Spain via Cuba. There were 120

will force a postponement of the
"Holiday On ice" trouoe's sched-
tiled appearance in Havana to-
m Cap' Victor Perez "Vizcaino
" xoressed confidence that the
shin would be -refloated .with
this afternoon's high tide.
Teenage -Trespass

In Cdmrnv Brings

Usual $10 Fine

Dismissed In Dedh

Of IMIonlh Girl

a vha'rito nf involimtarv .man

slaughter filed: against an Al-

Drook airman eariy mis ween
urn a rUSmlssPl VPst.RrHav ftftor-

noon in the Balboa Magistrate's

Court. i-
! Assistant District Attorney J.

Morton xnomson movea ror tne
dismissal. He gave failure of

proof as the reason.
The defendant, William .L
OlrivplH, 29 ran nv?i ftnrf kill.

prt a 14-Tti'nnth-nlH hahv eirl

who had "been walking along ; a

road in lyocou near ner nome.

; xne cnim. earoara s.-cnest-inut,
was the daughter of Navy
i enlisted man Peter chestnut of

ttoaman.
The Albrook airman was
driving his car around Cocoli
on Monday afternoon looking
for his sister's car, parked, un-
j l . n

uer unKiiown nouse. e ian ian-ed
ed ian-ed to notice'the little girl walk-
inof ahpfll nf him alnnir t.ViP

road. -The- front of his car

struck, me cniid and knocked

ner to me road surrace where
he 4 found her in unconscious

condition.
She was pronounced dead on
arrival at Gorgas.

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National Guard Is Noc

For Attacking Students

Commandant Vallarinp

Pnnnmn Tirw wn wntfhfullv Cfllm todav. awaitina

the upshot of tonighfs scheduled mee'ting becween rre"-

ident trnesto de la buardia Jr. and sruaenr leaaers.
At 10 n m the President is due to reolv to the stu

dents' demand that lie fire Education Minister Victor N.
Juliao and the three top officers of the National Guard
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Commandant Col. Bolivar Yallarino, second-m-commana,
Lt: Col. Saturnirio Flores and third-in-command Lt. Col..

Timoteo Melendez.; '':v0)r is,. ;'v;,(

' Vallarino, just returned this morning from Argentina,
told a press conference that the National Guard does not

exist for the purpose ot attacking students, or the pop populace,
ulace, populace, but to guarantee law and order and to protect lives
and property in the community, He said he hoped the stu

dents and the peopw would; cooperate in returning rne

country to normal. ; v
One student organization has blamed Mr. de la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia for the death of Jose Manuel Arauz, 16-year-old stu student,
dent, student, in Monday's street fighting. .

. Uniformed National Guardsmen are sriir Deing kept
away from studenf headquarter? in the National (nstiti'te,.
and were totally absent from' yesterday's pavement-lamming
record turnout for Arauz funeral. V
Students have guaranteed to Mr. de b G" i thct

trvy v I kc" tb".r owr ; i cr. y ... 3

keep their distance:

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. ESTIMATED "10,000 Vniformed students' and thelr teachers attended the funeral of jose'M. Arauzthe Arts and Crafts
ivi.i.Xni wVia vni hv irppt' hitfrnm'ii tearMS pranade durlnc a clash between1 students and the National j

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Guard last Monday The funeral' was' regarded as one of the biggest ever to be seeii in Panama. Thousands lined the side-

"walks of 'central',Avenue t6 watch-the cortege go by'.
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For trespassing in the Pa-
, yem nnmmlssarv a ll-vear-old

' Panamanian girl was fined $10

today m Baiooa -Magistrate s
; Court. J-'::;.: '"'.,,V'-;.

" The defendant,-" Norma-A.
. Wilson, was picked up at 2:50

p.m. yesteraay at me commis-
sary.

PiniEIa Says

lb Took Colombia's
Jov;cl$ In llasls

LAS PALMAS, -Canary Islands,
Maw 21 ttpi Fx.Colnmhian

Dictator General Gustavo Rojas

Finuia said here today mat ne
took away Colonibia's presiden presidential
tial presidential decorations when he was

ousted from power, but aid it
only because of the hurry In
which he fled, the country.
He said he planned to return
the jewelry, including the great
Collar of San Carlos, when his
official term of office expires on
August 7.'; 'iv' .:.':,.'?.'

Rojas Pinllla said he carried
off the jewels only "because of
my hurried packing when I left
the country."

He gave no iurtner aetaois.
According to reports reaching
here the loss of the President's
Hwnrnt.irma worn Tint, tinted ill

Colombia ; until the eve ol the

inauuration of the nation's new

President, Alberto Lleras. ..
. Tt. is cnstnmnrV. the rerjorts

saidf for an outgoing President

to nana them over to ws sue
cessor.

Pcrcr JfcwfiwZ: Says

Red Idecs nk:Ai
Csusfid Ilixcn Fray

nil TV iviin, wvj xv i
Dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez

of Venezuela-, today Diamea
"Communist Influences"; In Ve Venezuela's
nezuela's Venezuela's ruling Junta for the
recent stoning of. Vice President
Richard M. Nixon in Caracas.
Perez said he did not mean
that members .of Venezuela's
ruling Junta were Communists
themselves. But he said, ; "that

they were lnfluencea ana -eyrn
took orders, from Communists.
He said "one of the leaders, of
the Communist ; party inCara-

cas," ; hom ne ; meniuictt
Gtllecos Manceros, was one. of
n, o,v,a Viotf much, influence

bliuoc nuu
with the present government.

(The ruling juma vuun.
trol in Venezuela: after Perez
was overthrown in a bloody re re-,
, re-, nintinn ni fled last Jan.- 23.

Anger over the fact he was

granted sanctuary in i
been blamed In part for, the at at-4b.
4b. at-4b. nn vivnn in Caracas).

bavn a .

"The same forces mat neipeu
overthrow my government acted

against Vice presiaent. nixun,

Perez said, (

Emcrncr.ty Powers

Vcl:d For PiiimHn

In Aloiria Vitbry

oiOTQ Ma, 21 (UP) .The

Council of the Republic (upper
i ,,nti Prpm er Pierre

ilUUlJV I ' VV. :
Pflimlin. emergency powers tor

Algeria today in anotner sweep sweeping
ing sweeping parliamentary victory over

uen,- vu 'u
. rm.M nnA.i K11C0 rtfl.ASen mc

bill into Jaw by a vote of 233

to 6Z in wnai amuumcu

Premier'af second miormai ...vow

of confidence in-two aays.

lower house passes it oy i

victory for Pflimllnwith only

evtrpmft Tipnt-Winff Eiuuuo

and the Gaulllst f ollowers vot

ing against him.; But pouucai
aM It. nrnillri onlV

postpone de Gaulle's ultimate

Earner toaay xnc : wjuikiu 5
Interior Committee Approved
(Via omarrrPtlPtf TlftWPrS hV ft

vote of 15 to 2, thus assuring

its overwhelming' passage,. Dy

the full upper house.

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" ...wTT ,. .:. M..j'..t. 'nor., ttio 'f fin tiMrinn tha Wiriv nf .Tnsp VT. Arau7 on their.

'shoulders alter leaving Santa Ana Church on theu; way to the Amador. Guerrero Cemeterr-

TnAav tnr1pnl were helbine

Rnmhprni In directine traffic and

doing other police duties round'

the institute. -

A man found in the grounds

with a bottle of whisky was sum

marily evicted by the students

and turned over to tne BomDeros.
Ulion nlota : plasa window

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mrVefl nnripr nrcssure from yes

terday's crowds students cordon

ed off the shoptront toy prevent

looting. : i

All indication)! are .that their

1onripr irn dpter mined that- no

charges of. disorderliness against

the students will De aoie to suck.
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for Juliio, who it also an Ai Ai-somblyman,
somblyman, Ai-somblyman, woro boing bandiod
. about today... Wr-f'-...-,-But
thoro was no. audlblt pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie apoeulation on who, if inv invent,
ent, invent, might roplaco Vallarino,
El.... ftil ......

' It was considered unlikely, how-
that, the PresiHent. wnuld ae-

- 1 ..t.l.r Irn Tii ilfti till n A a m ..

ands of, the, students, but some
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sources are ui uie upimuu uni iw
will attempt to meet them half-

Rt.nrtnnr iPKrter rennrterllv. neltl

rlnKpH.Hnnr meetintf last nieht

with a group or laoor ie,aaers wuni
whom thev discussed the possibili possibility
ty possibility of calling a' general sitrdown
strike if Juliao and the three com

manders are ?n0t dismissed.,;

Flyhttt usuad ytittroay oy
tho Panama Student Fodoration't
morgoncy committot branded
the President at '-'an assassin of
students" and blamed Mr. de la
Guardia, Julia and the Nation-
al Guard at Cathedral Plaxa
last Monday. N 'i
. The student, Jose Manuel Arauz,
wa buried yesteraay atternoon in
t.h Amador Guerrero Cemetery

before a crowd of students estim

ated at io.ooo.
: Nnt nna mpmher of the Nation

al Guard was in evidence during
the course of the funeral, the big big-eest
eest big-eest in Panama-in many years.

Tha cnlitt.incr nf a Santa Ana

park bench on which a number of

norcnns'wprp nr.annine causea a

moment of panic during which

several persons were injured.' ?

The cracic er m preiKing
bench set H shouts of "police"
end "bombs" which sent (cores
f people scurrying and resulted
in the breaking of several show
windows and the trampling of
cauaril (nartatarl. -., : ; .;

A tnlal nf 22 nprsnn suffered

cuts irom Dy oroKen glass or con contusions
tusions contusions from 'being trampled i

knocked down by the pamckv

prnwiix. i'-!;::.;.":,!',.WsSj'! ':'"

Thnnsnnrl nf npptatnrs lined

the sidewalks and jammed tut.
balconies of buildings along fen-
f nl AtmmiA fn uistfih tha 4 unar j I

which started nut. from, the Na

tional institute at 5 ?.m.f towards

Sant Ana Church wirare tuneraj

services were held. ,' .
At the i cemetery graveside
; speeches were delivered by four
student leaders who vowed to
fight so that Araus will not hae
A'imA in waiii... -' r 1

Affpr the hurial the .ttudents dis-

norseri unit their leadpra return

ed to the National institute, where
thev have set un headauarters.

. At "the ; Institute, the students

declared .thai. they, would, holl

continuous meeting until tonisht

when they expect President de it
Guardia's answer,

". In the city : of Colon, mean
While, six memoers of tht eJ-
tionaf Guard, one boy and a girl
student were injured .during tn
attack by students on the city's :
National Guard headquarters yes
terday. ;
tfw l .-ytV.-'(a';:;,,.-'; 5 ;; -r. ",
nThe attack came after stud

ent, meeting held at, lKh Street

on twie. uemosienes Arosemeua
promenade.

Led oy stuoeni leaaer uuses
Martinez and Carlos J. Lopez, who
was described as a nou-siuueut,
the group marched to the police
heaaquai ters where, after ; oeina
harangued by ..several speakers,
tney scared throwing stones at ilie
men inside the building.
.',:f Some time aiter tne' demons demons-tration
tration demons-tration had dispersed. Martinet
accompanied oy two companions
appeared at the Colon police
' headquarters to apologue' to
Mai. Pastor Jtamos, sectional
National Guard chief, end t
declare that he had net incited
tne students to attack the police
headquarters.A: 3v- ,"s
i Aside from, the incident of the

WiiisKV-totina nou-atuueni tanama

ttty today- was calm lor tn sce-

ond day since demonstrating stua stua-ents
ents stua-ents clashed Monday morning at:

Cathedral riaza witn a r m e a
members of the: National Guard..

The students had -. carried... the

demonstration to the Presidential

Palace to demand an audience ;
with President, de ta ftuardia on

the problem of lnsufficient'school v

buildings ana teacners.

Meeting with armed guards
who fired tear gas bombs, 'the
students scampered in all direc-
tions but armed themselves with
i rocks found In the vicinity end
started stoning the guards from
afar.
During the clashes at Cathr'ral
Plaza; the students' smashed, turn turned
ed turned over and burned the t'nnal

car used bv the Education J.. mis

ter while, the car. was .standing
outside the building which J.ouses

nis omce, 1

Later there was heavv skirmish

ing round the Institute.

Flenniken Acting

Balboa Port Chief

Rodimon Avcy

Capt. James A. Flenniken, US'tf.
Pantsin nf the Fnrt nf Balhoa. vvi;l

act as Marine Director, Supervis

ing inspector or tne Hoard ot Lor Loral
al Loral Inspectors and Chairman rf
the iBoard of Admeasurement (). !-

ing the absence of Cipt. W. s.

Rodimon, Marine Director, it h ?
been announced at Balboa Hp
During this period Capt. Ch
S." Hutchings, USN, will act. ; ?
Chairman of the Board of 11
Inspectors and Capt. Elmer C. -bott.
Assistant Port Cai ? .1
Balboa will act as a mr,
the Board 'of Local Insprt i
Rodimon left Monday f
nited States on official b"
He will return to tli,e I
next week,

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WEDNESDAY, MAY, 51, 138
THE: PANAMA AMERICAN
Clouds Seven and Eight
Labor News
;; And
Comment
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Tka Mai lei la aa eeaa lr fa laieara af Tha PaaaiM Amarkaa.
Ltjteri ere eaceired frettfelly aid are ktnibi is whaJW caatUaatial
. li II raa eeatrieate a lettatdea't he Impatient if It eaetal appeer tha
tat day. Uttare ara aabliahed in tha eraee received. -,
'.' f Please tr ta keep tha lattara limited te eae ef a taneth. : 4 -; ;
J laantity at lettet writara is held is strictest eeatiderice
Tbi aewipaaer ana ma reieeiuieiliry tat etateewnri at aaftileiH

xpranaa m larrara iron mnn.

TH E iVVM ilO

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NUCHAS THANK OUS

Sir'

v Too often thii column has reflected petty complaints, erro erroneous
neous erroneous views, and unwarranted criticism of "cabbages and lungs
by a variety of? people.' Seldom are there fetters of apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation or thanks given to others for the extrv something ; tney do
to make living cere richer. As this family ls4 lefving; the 4ont)
permanently, we wish to use this medium to, express our per personal
sonal personal feelings to these'people and their institutions. ;
- Not many months ago there was rash of letters signed "under
various names criticizing Army commissioned and noncoaunis noncoaunis-iioned
iioned noncoaunis-iioned officers.' No individuals were cited but the plications
were evident. I am-a civilian at heart and will always remain
so!! Prior to coming into the service I had the prevalent civilian
view that there must be something wrong with,' individuals? who
make the Army a career. It must mean they couldnt sget work
on 'the "outside," or .they must be off (Pointing- to one s head
saying thls),-or lack the personality to adjust to civUian life a
No ideas could be falser or more malicious. Pally injustices
art! viewed within the Army, some perpetuated bFrtbe yiittto it
inwkes, others by weak individuals wlthin thaf system: ; Buv the
vast majority of professional soldiers are hard working, consci consci-hioui
hioui consci-hioui indvUduals trained and dedicated to a profession un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant to Christian souls war. '. '":':ri; Sx-'-'A. :""l

n These aoovt remarks rer
as Veil, and on no lesser plane.
otaiard working sergeants doing
rlutiine manv others as worthy

thir corps .there are some who- are Resting on tneir jjars ot
hate aubstituted a war or wound for ability and dedication. As
criiel as it may seem, they are being eliminated for the good
of veryone who is dependent upon the military for; the safety
it tf fords us in the, world today.
' I Finally; to close this tirade the most thanks must be given
to th lowest three grades regardless oU&e, U&, $a, NO, EH, in
front of his serial number the young- TOn-wtro sioshes in the
mud of Camp Pina, chokes in the dust of Kio Hato, faces ena ena-lesTnspecUons,
lesTnspecUons, ena-lesTnspecUons, deals with trivia Ofleguiktldns," who"has xv
readjust to a way of living foreign to nis rearing, education,
andlndivldualsm. These are the men wmrgrumDie and' tripe
vocally but in spirit accept their service tune as an evU neces necessity
sity necessity of our age Maybe some 'accept because mere is a spirit
of patriotism or ooligation t cone s country in tnem, omeuiing
that is slowly dying in our society.
There was mucn banoying forth of views on servants, mas masters,
ters, masters, and wages. It is a matter too personal to discuss intel intel-lleently.
lleently. intel-lleently. However, our family was fortunate in having a house
keeper wita all the attributes to. be found in a fine and genuine
person honesty,, kindness, loyalty, ability, sense" of "sjw?-.
slbility, and native intelligence. A woman whom we will miss
greatly Euphemla Beckiord. .A r:;;-:,
Wt wish to extend thank yous to v-,, i,
The staff of CFN TV for trying most diligently to' enter entertain
tain entertain with old shows sent to them and uneducated announcers
who they must accept; ? i

keep alive classical music in the Isthmus with their fine pro programming;
gramming; programming; ,'.v!' .j.! e" jffH"' V'ltr, 1, i

, Tht corteous police in the. Zone and R. de P. and especially
those National Guardia who are not ashamed to speak and un understand
derstand understand English and be helpful to stranger gringos and who
are not dishonest, pompous, and self-righteous.. t 4 --
4 The honest business establishments dotted, through ;the Re Republic
public Republic who maintain fair prices and givi service to match;,; t
! Tha Cocoli Chinese garden and its friendly proprietor;- r.
i International Jewelry for being the finest camera store jn
the area;
i The Presidente Theater for the foreign films; ;
' The Sky Chef, Tivoli Hotel,, and Amador Open' Messi for
being tha best and most reasonably priced restaurants avail available
able available 1
The many fine, musicians in Panama' for -Its national Sym
phony Orchestra; t -".A
The con juntos who. keep alive the wonderful native music;
. J This paper for its; hilarious unintentional: typographical er errors;'
rors;' errors;' S-' '- .'-.5'v-'-."':i' '."'SSv.i- i"V A : '
k Can't forget the JWB and the service clubs irf, its effort, to
g travel opportunities to the seirimen;1 tri.j- ;.
t The management of Rio Mar where the finest swimming 4n

The friendly folk in the interior especially at;Nata Chepo1,:
t.n tfMrtA, TPl Valla ...., i.-.-i-T. '. ,';v v 4,' 'A;.

: Finally to mention two dear
son at the Kobbe Dispensary
Ttrnhlpma tn h rheerf nl to all.

.. Aa a physician it is appropriate to finisH this letter with a
comment about Gontas Hosnltal. The people here are fortunate

in having many well trained

tn same quality oi excellence cannot De cxtenaea 10 vne pnysir

cal situation of .the- hospital itseu... fu? (y,.v:rA?r

As much or tne canar zone lives in we past, so dots 4ts
hospital -with' the inadequate lab,. X-ray, ward facilities and
staffing problems, f And by rto imagination can It be consider considered
ed considered the great medical center its reputation once held.
,i Possibly, when and if I return as a f turlsta" on one of .the
passing boats, I will be pleasantly surprised to see a modern
Gorgas Hospital befitting its staff and people it serves. ;
; litowsky M

ARMY PERSONNEL OFFICE

i PanCanalers frequently gripe about their Personnel Bureau
and its policies or lack of same. The Canalers should be thank thankful
ful thankful Ijhey donot have to exist. under an organization like the
V8ARCARIB Civilian Personnel Office. ; ; ;
i There is ho question in the minds of 99 percent of the Army
employes that the CPO Is about as weak a section as there is
in the command. The CPO Jokers themselves will take 'issue,
perhaps, but not all of them.
i Any business concern which permitted its personnel depart department
ment department to function, or rather, malfunction, as does the Army's
CPO', would not last a' week. If there was anything but prac practically
tically practically total indifference on the. part of the Army command it
self, th CPO barn-yard would be cleaned up and out.., but
fast, -y- '':,-.'A':-,y..y: ; Jvv v.. ...... .,,,..,, ;, j. ;. -j
As is usual in such circumstances, tha: CPO's cover, their
Inadequacies with bluster and the old "you-can't-touch-me-be-cause-the-boss-loves-me"
attitude. The offlca is slack In oper operations,
ations, operations, is alwava behind in its imnnrtAnt.J orfin Inw pvaliiatinn

program and Is quick to play favorites, v .
. They claim a shortage of personnel. Shortage my ey?...
Just too many Chiefs and not enough .qualified Indians... or
qualified Chiefs either, for that matter. The few good people
they do have are held back by the ruling clique to the extent
they adopt a "what the hell" attitude, for which they cart hard hardly
ly hardly be blamed.
They will tell you, if you don't like the way th'tags 4re go go-irg,
irg, go-irg, go sea the IG. See the IG indeed. For any civilian to go
t- the Army IG with a complaint would be like asking for a
fast plane ticket home.'. They'd get you so-fast it would make
l our head swim.
I wonder what would happen, for example, if some engi engi-t
t engi-t er, being interrogated by one of the smart-alec job-analysts,
v "O thinks a slide rule is a baseball term, would collect a good
runch on the kisser?-, .-: v !, ')-'.,--
, . Well, it is an idea. :::.r .';.' vi "'l fr'h'i
I wonder if the day ever will come when a tough general
f r chief of staff takes an interest in the civilian employes upon
v hom he must depend for continuity and most of the work and
' -rts into Jils CPO? : -; :..
lue,fur would have to fly. -,
Thoreau II

.r ,.

v ue uium vU
It is lmplsble to list the host,
thankjjiss jobs for fear ol
of this APPreciation.V Amohgst.
people 'nurses Culp and Harri
wno. oauy nse .aoovet ineir own
' -. .,:x.YJ . t li'.;- ..';
and experienced physicians but

. y VICTOR RIESEL
As soon as the slack season seu

in, I'm oing to devote wysell to
a proiui a study or ue relation relationship
ship relationship UK- ea the increase in the
size of uiv salety deposit boxes
and the incrreased sleekness o.
some union business agents. If
some, university isn't willing iu
give me a doctorate in philosophy
tor analyzing the need for such
frequent visits of some union ofti ofti-cials
cials ofti-cials to the lower depths I mean
vaults I'm through with high higher'
er' higher' education.
All this is inspired by the recent
McClellan Committee revelation
that an erstwhile Teamsters busi
ness agent by the name of Benny
Lapensohn, fronting for just two
Philadelphia locals, handled over
$1,000,000 in the past lew years.
Brotlir Lapensohn today is con con-sidertu
sidertu con-sidertu ly many to be a million millionaire
aire millionaire real estate operator.
All this and a haven m Bermu
H. he Attained by becomihg the
fixer for the Philadelphia High
way Truck Drivers and Helpers,
Local 107,! ana tne uarage r arc arcing
ing arcing and Service Station Employes
Local 598 both strong support
n of Jimei R. Hoffa.
The hiehway Local 107. led by
yachtsman Ray Cohen, paid well
for the four years prior to. tne
moment it besan to Introgue rac
ket buster Robert Kennedy. Of
this, $90,162 went for yachts, shoe
trees and Polaroid cameras, suns,
ties and even, a pla'f1; on which
to hang a stuffed fisn without
which no working class leader or
his friend can be expected to live.
The other local union of garage
employes, who were comforted in
dire moment bv iBrothef LaDen-
shn. has a business agent by the
name oi Larry At, Tnomas.? wnen
Thomas came before tousled-haired
Kennedy, he refused to say if
his specialty was huruflg paint
remover, which has an acid base,
on new cars of stubborn auto
dealers.
Nor was he more informative
when, he was asked if he-was hir hired
ed hired to beat up opponents" of the u u-nion
nion u-nion leaders. Nor ..would Thomas
reveal, whether he had bought
paint remover which, was actually
thrown over new Poniiacs In the
dealers' showrooms.
, Everybody to his tsstes in .clients
I say. But apparently Brother
Lxnensohn did keep busy. Over
t' oast four jears or so he mov
ed swiftly, between tW law and Hs
breakers;" vlri: some' PiladelWiia
labor circles it wasnpwjn $ that
Benny was called in whenevetf: onn
of the Teamos'.,boys was i picked
Up. ;(t: !VV';, 'K ''jJ''"-.
The records show that Brother
Lapensohn paid about 115 fines fines-for
for fines-for the more muscled of th Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' brethren and also Handled
.uaunopnji , jiJuuWMJUIwa,
h"?hly liouid bank account and
hecash.assets,,..;
Of course, lit soon ) free am
known In the trade fh?t the ofB.!
daldom of these local -er
tacned to Laoensohn that you had
to see him first before you wre
touted on tv such of ihe nobility
as Bav Chen; If yOu were a tmrl
er and had to see the union offi officials
cials officials on a grievance, a slowdown
or some dispute among the em employes
ployes employes as company executives
must do almost daily if thev run a
going business you first saw the
" riser." jie made. the contact and
yon were wall-, received.-. ;v.-'
With Lapensohn, Contacts were
the thing. He knew so many busi
nessmen that he becamethe tv;
coon of advertising soliciting for
the Pennsylvania and New York
State Federations of Labor. In the
course of piling up linage. Laoen
sohn cut himself ht for $197,500
rrom ine Pennsylvania ? Federa Federation's
tion's Federation's official' publication.
' One of his salesmen collected
$120,426.' Another' aideivjohii Bok Bok-si,
si, Bok-si, made $96,341. Bokal must have
had taking wavs about him for he
hara record of 15 arrests, at leait,
and four-, convictions for toying
wiin oiner people's stock, money
and checks. t -
Frm the New' York Federation
of Labor publication, which Lap Lapensohn
ensohn Lapensohn represented, he "diverted"
$156,000. He wss entitled to some
of this money,, but the Senate Com
mittee reports that he w thheld vir.
tuauyall'the receipts. His contract
with the New York State Federa
tion or Labor gsve him a IS per.
cent cut of all sales. ;
This raises the whole ouestion
of such orgsnizatlons as- the twal
important stste federations care
lessiy farming out much of the
nusmess end of then publications,
These ara not iurvrwH tn d
ey makers for anv individual' Thv
should be of the dues-payers, for
me auespayers ana controlled by
me auespayers,
MirC Con.3lrcl!:r
To Be JcoJrer
Al Dinner Keeling
Col." Joseph C. Stsncook, deputy
Chief ftf atiff. pnmnfrnllr WHL
auarteri Carihhean Air Pnmmanrf
will be the guest speaker at the
joint dinner meeting or the Fed
eral Government Acrmmtinta At.
aociation and tha TniHtut nt Tn.
ternai Auditors tonight. 4
Stnrnot will anaab n "Fm
elal Systems In the.Csribbean Air
wmmsna."
- Tha 1ft in witin will .ha hmA
st the Fort Clayton Officers' Club
ior me memners oi tne fga and
ua, and will commence at
p.m. v
Stancook has had considerable
experience In the accounting field.
trior to his assignment at Ai Ai-brook
brook Ai-brook AF1B, he was comptroller
of the Air Training Command,
and:, also ..served as. comptroller
for the Air Force Accounting and
Finance Center in Cenver, Colo,

'

Bl
ue
The annual WCTU nonsense a-
bout banning interstate booze ad
vertisements seems to be over a
gain, and the blue-noses have de departed.1
parted.1 departed.1 more or less secure in tn
knowledge that their noble works
will wither once more in the Seu
ate s Interstate and Foreign Com
merce Committee. For the past
nine Congresses similar bills have
succumbed to common sense.
I have no idea what whisky and
cigarettes contribute in taxes to
the common slush fund, but it is
prooamy more than- is provided
by the dairy interests.
I have bought enough booze in
mv timeto own a eantrolhn-in
terest In a distillery, but I own no
stock. This aspect doesn't fret me
because I and most of my Jriemlf
Until the 18th century the
iiaual wav of decorating the
walls of a room was use
either wood carvihgs or costly ;
brocades, tapestries and wall :
draperies. The French first
learned to "use painted paper
far wall decorations from Ja Japan
pan Japan and China. In 1620, the
1 wallpaper industry, was estab established
lished established in France. ;
' O Brltanalea Jr. feneyeopa4la

" Mil

f

SERVICE
AGENT

i vary where you go there is
a conveniently placed
LUCAS .Agent specially ;
equipped and with trained
staff at your serviced In
this district we arc priyl priyl-lejed
lejed priyl-lejed officially to represent
the larfest car battery

" 1 ADVTM
' DlSiuit,rORS
NATIONAL MOTuRS INC.
(MOTORES NACIONAiES)

.. Automobile Row

nose Nensense
fty BOB RUARK

will continSe to drtnk if we have
to boil up our own cough syrup
inline ceuar. ye. am u ue.O-..
and I haven't forgotten' the recipe
for bathtub gip. r
' What I do object to' is iht la
tuous but slyly-concejved remarks
as rendered by the chief sookesJ
man for banning liquor ads. )'tt
would be that master of all hu
man knowledge; Drv Norrttaif Vltw!
cent reaie, Mils premise it -that
tne advertising of aiconone hever hever-agess
agess hever-agess would probably; convert chil children'
dren' children' to' drink yff Jfswiw
. I doubt this, 1 since the little irt irt-nocents
nocents irt-nocents are' so. busy playing iv- ;
switch-blades and siwed-offs that
they barely have V ne for sii':
an innocbuous thing as a beer at
a ball game. h
f But more seriously .' I offer' the
remark 'of th late- JameS Walfcitt
that .he never knew a girl to -be
seduced by a book; .'
"If you take liquor out of this
world, you: would reduce human
problems by, 75 percent J'maybf
85 percent," says Dr. Peale, Wh6.i4
knowledge, eocompasses the sum
of humanity t wice a month in
picture msgazinei :,
i would not ;e so" crass as m
suggest that he has forgotten the
Good Book's iniuriction abou., a nt
tie wine. for qthy, stomach's .sake,
or the part that wine olavs .ii.i
most religions.; save the Arm
But I vould rise to remark' that
Hitler was total 'abstainer
he was largely- felled by a ram
bunctious old gentleman r namert
Winston- Churchill, who- is- nkal
without a cigar anq who has been:
giving that- champasne "brnndy
whisky combo,, a. stout thrashing
for several decades.. ? f :
A fine aura- of sour mash pey
vaded the air when General Uly $-
ses.S. Gram put the Union' back
together at Appomattox, and I cer certainly
tainly certainly do -not suggest- that rtlr'
U.S.G.'s bottle-fondness caused the
South to secede.
Herbert Hoover and IBarucH,
two of our more, oustanding citi citizens,
zens, citizens, have achieved honorable old
manufacturers in te
country. 1
In all battery and r car
'electrical matters, ve
have special facilities i d
equipment to give you rapid,
skilled, and economical
service
. Phone. 2-0787.

age while stilK takins a anifer

gainst-' the cojti without; burning
unwii iue et'upoiuic nouse.
I' resent ,the imposition of othr
people s petulant will on the pub public
lic public in a democracy.' This annual
onslaught .on liquor advertisng is
nothing more or less than a snealtv
wedge in the passionate jihad ? U..
ary up ine country 1 again the
constant onslught by the fanatic
drys to put us back in the bloody
'"1S ma' rfuniDtUOn.;-
'? JCaybe they din't, Choose to re
fall all (the nastiness of the Prohi Prohibition
bition Prohibition days bow many eot- shut
who went blind, who dropped dead
the torruption of law and order.
But they ough. to hiA sufficient
intelligence to realize' that a drinker-
will drink Something, anything
it he has to make it out of n!r1
shoes and tannic acid.' And that
you-can f legisiaie him into. J
nriety. :.??..i7 ;pmw.t
They ulsb plight; to realize' that,
in a siaie -oi recession,, tne grr.
dual strangling of the beer, wine
and whisky interest would en-
ously affect the ecohomy, from ca cafe
fe cafe to bar to restaurant io hn'o'
to .home fa factory to magazine
ro newspaper. ne selfish bigotry
here is defensible. i r;
vithout :ex'ccption, the "rneii of
goodwill I know bar a ew al
coholics Who knew they, couldn't
handle it and had sense' enough
to quit are dr nkine people. This
emoraces residents, priests,- and
Chairmen of the boards. They do.
not get slopped and lose weekends,
but sane drinking is 'as much a
part of living-ritual as .eating or
steeping.,- -jmi m, ,,....- -,,.
in defense 'of the distillers and
brewers, they scream for moder?,
tion in their ads. In defense of a
nome in wmcn mama has an
evening shot with 'papa, the kids
seem.-less interested in booze bv
a, good hai than was. my Prohtm
tion tender-age group, despite be
in; glued to a TV set and con
versant. ,wlth the four-color maga
zines.
. And, finally, the world has been
so messed up by wild-eyed asce ascetics
tics ascetics that I flatly challenge the
statement of Dr. Peale that '75 to
to 85 percent of the human pro
blems disappear If you knock olf
the grog. They wsy hmgs are now
with the world, yds got to stav
i, little loaded or you couldn't
stand it,. .,;".
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ROME The average citizei

of
S
Alina. Kanac nr S.nnv H s ic
5outn Dakotta, would Jiave a hard!
ume fisuring out why the nation-j
ai erection in Italy was .tu any!
great importance to him. Ye. it!
-
The way Italv vo(p novf wppW
may- Well fppt. t.ho futnra nl tho
Sreat Ameriran srmu K
established at Leghorn, on of the1
"issesi in me wona.rpig cnougii
suuuiy an inn armip nf tne
free world east of France.

Or it may well effect our base getting along well, but prorata,
it Verona wheri w hau nnaida makp if ,mu, ik ,.B

combat division which, incidental-
has made a hit. with -'Tiatian
peope playing baseball.
And it may effect our atomic
air base at Foggia and out NATO
.
. V11V. U1AUJ
Fleet has an important operation.
Of course, missiles may well
have outdated these bases. But,
even more important, American
nrestiee is involverl in tho it slim
uase ac ianips junpr tha civil,
elections, for this is a country in-
. .- : .' a i

' v. w..-u M vvuuuj 111- : ( MCCU
to which we poured a great a.VP660116' Dv George Kennan, your

mount of aid wher xa wnn mo
ny friends, and which has been
just about our best friend in West
era curope, ; ... ,;,!
It doesn't take! a heavy Commu Communist
nist Communist vote to change this.
Even hiff vnt.n hv tha Monni
p t.wintf Snpiaiicta whn llvnr
neutralism could, ehange it; or a
heavy vote ny the Monarchists
and 'Fascists. Some of these are
ahnlit- ni rlonpnrlnhlA mm Mnecnlini
the man they once ignominously
sa uieo. .
' MACARONI FOR VOTES
The most rnlnrfnl Mnnarphist
candidate is Achille Lauro, ex-i
mayor of Naples, now touring
soutern Italy in two Pullman cars.
The caravan gives away shoes
and mararnnl tn voters T.anrn nan
afford these give-aways. He made
inuuuns as a snip operator, jor
Mussolini lpft the ritv tmicnrv
j Vk.HI9MAJ
bankrupt, and now pretends to be
a great friend of the U n 1 1 e d
aiaies.
"The Deemocratie Christians:"
he tells his crowds, "have Mow.
ed a wavering foreign Dolicv to.
ward the United States, which
SOells inpratitiirio t.nwarH the onnn
try which helped us recover from
war.- ,
What the Italian nennle nnn t.
know, however, is that when A.
merican troops landed tn.NapleSv
Achille Lauro was at the top of
the1 Allied ist nf rlxnoprmu It
lians working .with, .the Nazis,.
in nis nome .was. found a ',dase
of vodka marked 'From h e a d:
ouaners Field. Marshall Goeriii.tv
Goerine had. been a Pupst. in t .oh'
ro's home two months betore the
Aines landed. Also m Lauro's
home two mnnt.hs hpfnrpha il
.- -- w .... A,
lies landed.' Also iiniauru'n, h,ome
was louna a oouDtesiaed nronze
medal inseriherl.t "Tn m orat
friend- Achille Lauro from Benito
JUUSSUillll.
What .Italian voters also don'
remember is that -Lauro ma.lp his
mdjions carrying troops tor Mus
Rouni to miopia, and later to
Spain. ',,' j
Yet. ludfiinc bv the crowHs T.m.
ro is drawing, he may pull some
votes away irom tne democratic
Christians who, despite L a u r o's
Statements, have been the, most
consistent friends, of the United
States. (
s "JH AMERICAN, MYTH'
In direct contrast to Monarch Monarchist,
ist, Monarchist, candidate Lauro -is Giuseppe
Saragat, leader of the Social Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Party and t staunch friend
of the-Uriited States. Though not
now a, member' of the Democra Democra-tic
tic Democra-tic Christian governmeent, it has
been Saragat's consistent support
in the chamber whicch has kept
he government in power,
I caught Saragat'at this apart apartment
ment apartment in Rome between two hec.
tic- camDaien triDs and asked
him, among other things, how the
tt:.j ..... i -.1.
-iubc;u' ombCB is I1UW laicU : Willi
the Italian people.
"The American mvth Is unnp
he replied. "We thought of Ameri America
ca America as a myth, a country which
could do anything, whose power
ACROSS -t
goes
the weasel" -4
"The old
gray
I Musical "'
' svmbol
1 Mail
2 Scent
3 Enter
4 British Island
S Century plant
6 Perform.
as a song
'si Compass point
8 Greasewood
5 Stead
10 Formerly
11 Gala event
17 Body of water
19 Amphitheater
23 Ascends
24 Shape
25 Region
26 Singing voice
! 12 Poem
! t3 Malt
j- beverages ? ;
14 Rent
15 Male child .'
16 Most solitary
18 Handled
20 Sharp v i ;
21 Musical
syllable ,t
22Theie(ore
24 Passage
money 1
26 Singing group
27 Greek letter
30 Fruit
32 Turned acid
34 Keep
35 Involve- i v
SS'Actress," -.
' West
37 Deities
39 In this place
40 Drill y
41 Number'
42 Kob
43 Eat away
49 Prominent j
Individual
1 Damage
52 British j
princess' ."
53 Arabian gulf
54 Measures
of type
?S Female'
. saints (a'b.)
55 Vegetable ..-..-57
Born

i .' Answer to Previous Puzzle
Musical Moods tainia iioii.-
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iii i j. n. i 1 It o p ; ij l. ij 2 n

could not h rhallonnort u,,rr;..J

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snu.nit mvnlnAi u ..u ...
still regara America as a mar
and respected country, but the A-i
mencan myth is do more
-m aHHitinn R.io'. I
--"-""I J I UCff tfCUbl
continued. "She has shown
v funci iu nun, oaragai
sive gains' just at the time whea
youv'are suffering irom a rece.
sion.'f
I our lr pnris.knniv
great majority of Americans ar.
fact you are also marie t.. annri
1 nat.inn voru n,,,.k i;i n.n
wood, when actualy vou are a
iu1011 very,.niuch like Hollywood,
i wr pn a i'i m a mi imn t a
wnen actually you are
hard.
working, serious natios
000,000 people. .
$160,.
' KENNAN SPEECHES
'"Another thing that has hurt
the United States ha
es-amoassaaor tn Russia
the acceptance o a missuefree
zone in Europe," continued Sara
gat. "This came : just as v o
friends over Jiere were urging tha
opposite."; .'-.V
I told Saragat that Dean Ache Ache-son,
son, Ache-son, Democratic secretary et state
who originally appointed Kenna.
had strongly dif ered Wi'n him in
private meeting with Democra Democra-tic
tic Democra-tic senators.
- -(
n,Si st?ulA Jm?ke statement
Publicly," said the ItA Ian leader,
who has suffered politically be!
uue or nis staunch suoport nt
me united States. t. ,:,
JSy own observations confirmed
what Saragat .said about Italian
disappointment over Sputnik.
. The average Itaiiart 'las had un.
dying faith in the invincibility
the United States, and when the
first Russian Sputnik appeared he
scof fed that the United states
would soon launch something big.
Bu.t as.ach day passed and
fherv.lcan moon PPeared in
tt tyJ wasrshed- This was
the most catastrophic defeat the
United States suffered since the
m.ehncSn..Paci ic F,eet was sent
1941 Pear1' arbor in.
" "Y" -;
The amazing feature is that
Ivhen Secretary Du les. and J t h e
White House were warned by Ai
merfcan' scientists 0 -this possibi.
ity they replied that if Russia
launched"' satellite 'first Jf would
make nodiLerenc 1 to world opi.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, 138 . '
""""""""' By OSWALD JACOBY ... v 4 .
" ;. Writjtn lor: NEA Srvick ; j "' - -i - '.v' I :
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' lwPrDv i TRdtK a'aa Rattalion were Drcsented with hljth school equivalency. certinc&tes by their bat bat-THESE
THESE bat-THESE MEN OF BATTERY 764th AA BatWtor .W&n 5Ucffiul completion-of. a' spetial education class by.
tery commander. Capt Joseph J. Beonara, a i a cer y s cordero. Sp3 Ralph Clements, and Pfc Leo Haddock I&

SKS: ire:"ian Luster Combs, Sp2 Harry .and 8p3 arnays

Steffi Deck. Alfred Chan Oustand Cristobal Seniors

Steffi Beck and Alfred Chan rfr1;::';:t;-:5e1n,i'

ceived theputstandin uraauaia r AUr-ed chan-was Resented ih

awards at the annual Awards Day

program held yesteraay aivia aivia-tobal
tobal aivia-tobal mgh School.. Steffi Beck was
Master of Ceremonies at theas-j
serably, which began with the Col Color
or Color Guard by the B.O.T.C. the
playing of the Star Spangled Ban Banner
ner Banner by the "school band under the
direction of 0. E. Jorstand, and
the Pledge of Allegiance to the
Flag by the entire student body.
Scholastic and. extra-curricular
achievement awards: were made
for the school year as follpws;,
OoftUnding Graduates
Steffi IBeck and Alfred Chan re re-ih
ih re-ih Mho Ameriran LeElon a-

.,,rA at niitstandina Senior. Ciui

and Boy. .

Out$tndina Athlete

" Marie Bleaklcy and Wendell

Baccn rerpived the Elks Club 8-

ward as Outstanding Athletes.

Mathematics

9

Marian Smith was presented
with the Mathematics award by

Lyle Rousch,

Caribbean

Club .'VI
.i.i n

Mari Eleaklev. and Wendy ,Cot-

ton received tne carmueau

Colieg

the Natural History Society avmd

for the Best Science atuoeniH

r Soosa Award 7''

Jim" Brooks and Eddie Pabon

were preseniea .wun ii v.'

lip Sousa award by a Jor-

stad, ,
, Student Association

Rioffi mrlc. Wendv Cotton,

ManHv Dnnohiie. Mareuerite En-

gelke, and Keith Kulig receivco

Student Association awarus,; vik vik-sented
sented vik-sented by Mrs. James H.,Pfau.
" Journalism .Advertising
Anrtrea T.rebien. Sally Eisen,

and Barbara Hall -were presented

with the Journalism aaverusins a

wards by William Fusselman, ?

Yearbrook Dedication

The Journalism "class dedicated

thA Yearhook to James tt. fiau

rhomistrv- and Physics teacher

and sponsor of the Student .Asso

ciation. 1
' 4,' iJkilfit; Team i;

.MeThbers of, the Rifle Team re-1

reiVed. awards. trom me nus

rnV riiiK "PnliCfl Association." Gun

Mrs. R. T. Conley

wowfs-mtysow
, by Erikine Johnson
NlA SiaH CtmsponJtnt

HOLLYWOqD (NEA) -.Tne
Brooklyn "bonfire" who flunked
the test for "Gone W i h the
Wind but who was destined
years later to oecome mistress of
her oWn southern "plantation, has
a gone-from-HoJy wood look in her
, eJTney" seemed to reflect mag mag-:
: mag-: tolia trees .and green pastures
: and lazy spring coulds instead of
the cheap, smoke-iiUed cocktau
bar in which sne had just hustled
a fellow for a scene in 1 Want

to Live,", ner nrsu muvw
months.
" THIERS' WAsTsusan Hayward
miles, no argument about it. !ne
' owes Fox six films and just as
soon as those contracts permit,
she will be gone from Hoi ywood
w0ur Onne to her new life as

Mrs. Floyd Eaton Chalkley, mis mistress
tress mistress of a modern, 200-acre farm
" estate near Carrolton; pop: U, U,-000)
000) U,-000) Georgia, 50 miles-from At-
Atter 18 months.., there ; Susan
told me: y '
"I'm living. Peacefully a n d
happily at last. 1 didn't know life
1 could be so wonderful. My hus.
band's Georgia friends have ac ac-v
v ac-v cepted me as one of them and
' we hardly ever talk about Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. 'When one of my films
played on an Atlanta TV station,
II tho announcer Said was.

"I wonder if Susan Chalkley is
"sitting down and watching jn Car.
' Tolton tonight?.". .' ;
SHI WASN'T. She was attend,
ing a reception at the Georgia
, Military Academy, where her 13.
. year-old twins by ex-hubby Jess
Barker are cadets. "And where,"
she laughs, "they became two
inches taller the day they put on
their uniofrms."
Brooklyn born: Susan becom.
fag a Georgia Peach may have
reminded you, too, about her first
film test for Scarlett O'Hara in
Gone With the Wind." She was
17. model, and "why I was

tested I'll never know," she says

today.

But the test won her a movie

arepr. elimarad" bv her great

. est Tterformance as Lillian Roth

in ''I'll Crv Tomorrow." 1

In "I Want to Live," for Pro.
; durer Walter Wancer. Susan

plays Barbara Graham,, a t gW

who dies m the California gas

Chamber. It is the story of a real

rerson again. isarDara uranam

v n adult delinquent, a jazz

liappy.v Los Angeles party girl

who was found guilty, with two
male accomplices, of murdering

r and aged woman during a rob
bery.l

A third member of the gang

1 turned btate s evidence and es.
I faDed the gas chamber in whiel

I Barh-""! and the other two died

8n 1955.

m

i ;;-, r Bowling ':;.J';;',v4;.V1
Cant Ace Swatiev recerved the

Bowling team awards' tor-team.

members -Wendy Cotton, Mane

Bleakley, Cuchie Vinas, Joan Cof

fey, Judy Griffon, John Ambrose,
Lester Bailey, William H 0 g a n,

Louis Martin, and James Murray,

Dramatics ?;,

Best Thespian 'award was made
bv Mr. Luis Fattarosi to, Claire

White and Bill Hayes. Stars were
awarded to Sterfi Beck, Marie
Bleakley, Wijliam Lawrence, Clair".
White. William Hayes. -and Wil

liam Lmkeman. William Lawrence,

also received a special award.
Band, Orchestra, and Glee- Club

Band, Orchestra, and Glee Club

awards were made to Grace Argo
Janet Argue, Lester (Bailey, Stef
fi Beck, Rueodimos Const jine,
Marie Bleakley, Clovis BracKins,

Arnoldo Brooks, James Brooks,
Alfred Chan,- Ronald Chin. Acao

Chong, Joan Coffeyt Mary Coffey,
Wendy Cotton, Charles DeTore,
William Gibson, Julian Hall, San:.

dra Jones, Harry Keepers, Wil
ham Lawrence; Carol Lew, aud
Eddie Pabon. 1 ' :
Girls' Intramurals.
.'(' 1
. Girls' Intramural Sports awards

were made by Miss June -Claytoii

to A-League members M af i e

Bleakley, Wendy Cotton, s Dianne

Hickey, Martha Johnson, J e a 1
Owen, Colleen Salter, Carol Sea Seaman,
man, Seaman, Alice Taber, Arsilia Vinas,
and, Janice Brownlee; and to-B-

ly Eisen, Marion Fricker, f)arce

muse, Huey Le, Lena Leon, El

la Morales, Bonnie Rankin a n
Marion Schmith.
Cheer Leaders'; awards went tn

Steffi Beck, Dianne Hickey; Molly

jMiseme, ,uueen aauer Arsuia

Vinas, Nancy Gibson. Huev 1 Lee

Mandy Donehue and Dale Scott,
Mascot x

Cc 3 iii 1 i x To B0,

Sbv;n At UJO-JWB

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-With, the approach of vacation
time in the Canal Zone, the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces. Service' Cen

ter "in. Balboa is resuming v its
previews of neighboring South'1 A A-merican
merican A-merican countries and those Eu.

ropean countries interesting to vi
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Tomorrow at 8! p.m. ta 'color

film of Colombia 'Will, he present.

ed. A .- color film- called "'A Pre

view, of Europe",, wijl be shown.
v Two- travel bags -.-will be given

away during the evening,) through

the. courtesy of Avianca. t
The public is invited. '
',' :' :'; I' ,'
TCA A5rc;m:n1$:
Jiined Fcr J!ev

Th Department' of ite has

announced, he- signing 1 of : t w 0
technical 'eoorjeration agreements

relating to the British WWtln-i
dies, one' with Trinidad, and To

bago, .and another, with the other!

eas.era west Indian territory, is

lands, 'including the Leewards,

windwards ana tttmauos.

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FARM GAL It's farewell to
-Hollywood's glamor; .beat 'for
red-haired "Brooklyn;,, Bonfire" Bonfire"-Susan
Susan Bonfire"-Susan Hayward. For the' past
18 months she's been- living,
quietly and happily on the 200 200-acre
acre 200-acre farm estate of her husband,
.attorney .Eaton Chalklev. near

'CarrolltoivGa. Now she's go-

ing to make six films she owes
20th Century-Fox and after that
"it's goodby Hollywood for good.

;

- Soys' BasobaH

Baseball awards;-' were ('nrese'nt

ed to Donald Bruce, Claude Caba?

nillas, Gerardo (DeTore.. Melvin

Fields, Bill 'Gibson.- Donald Hum

phrey, George Kirkland. Jon Mci

waw, wendeu Basso, and

ard Vinas. ;

" Basketball .'

Eddie Paboni! Ronald Chin. Wen

aeu asso, t;apt., George Kirkland

John Boseman, (Bill Gibson. Peter
Ender, Mgr., and Donald Humph-

rey received DasKetbau awards

' Track

Track awards were' rprivH

y Joe Lorenzo, Julian- Hall.'LeB-

xer uauey, Eddie Pabon, r Donald

Humphrey, Clovis Brackins, Carl

jvewnarn Kt 1 :ihtnn 1 k t

Charles DeTore, Cary Irving, Irl
Sanders and Harry Culberth, Mgr.
During the nroeram the Crislw

bal High School band played -the

overture "Apple -Valley" under

the direction of James Brooks.

The ceremony took place at the

International' Cooperation s Admin

istration. with RolUn S. Atwood

president of the Institute of Inter-

American. Affairs, acing for the

United States government, and it

W. Jackling. counselor; Head of

Chancery ot the British Embassy

signing on behalf oa the west in.

dian h governments concerned.'

The j technical, cooperation pro.
grams: in Trinidad and: the east
era Caribbean are expected to in
elude such activities as housing,
agncuLure. health, natural re

sources, communications, public

administration and t technical' edu

cation. K '

Donald. Rv Laiding 1 has been

designated as ICA field represen represen-tative
tative represen-tative for the purpose of imple imple-menting
menting imple-menting these new programs with
headquarters in Trinidad," which
is also the seat of the .new fed federal
eral federal "government. '.
InconneCtion with the signature

of the agreements,, it was noted

that these are the first technieal

cooperation assistance a g r e e e-ments
ments e-ments concluded respecting mem

ber, territories of the new. Feder

ation of The ; West Indies since

the Tederation came into being

on Jan. ,s iU58, and held its fu-st

parliamentary election on March

25. 1 1

Following the signature of the

agreements, Atwood stated that

as the- peoples of the Federation

assumed their increasing respons

ibilities, the United States stood
ready and willing to share with
its new neighbpr, technical 'and
economic .experience which would
be effective in- helping to achieve

HERE is another matth point
hanu. feouiA wanted! :i top score

and decided to play 'the hand
somewhat., irregularly ironv the

start. I'-j' : .'

he won the aueen ;6f spades

with dummy's king '-, and noted
East's play of the eight, n .ooked
like a singleton: not a come on

signal. fence East was likely to

De 'long -on. oiamonas. v;

- The jack of diamonds was led

from, dummy and allowed: to ride.

now the lour ? of -:s- hearts ; was
played East played the ten; and

aouth won with the. o,ueeo. South
cashed sthe, ace., of diamonds! and

noted the bad news there.1 West

discarded the three of clubs.

The five ot clubs was ,ed and

when West' played the six dum

my a king won the : trick, the

next 'Jlay was the eight o. hearts

irom dummy and -east was in

with the jacK. He led the nine

of diamonds and dummy s ten
won (he trick. South let a club
go on that card and another club
on the king of. diamonds which
was played1 .next., Now South
cashed- dummy's ace of hearts

and noted that the suit broke

Now all South had to do to

make: his contract .was to take

his ace' of .spades and nine of
hearts but as stated be ore. South

was after a top score. He h a d
decided early in the hand that

Fast held only one spade, this
meant that West had started with

tne ace oi ciuds ana since ne naa

played. two sma 1 i clubs, three
hearts and a diamond West had

to be down to that ace of clubs

and spades only. r "'

The deuce of clubs was led

fro mdummy and West ? was in
14.1. 41.-4..:.' li.J

spade' whereupon South made
both his" ace and ten in addition

to the heart. r -Four
no .. trump was the tou

score that South wanted.' ? ,,'

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A GENERAL MOTORS-PRODUCT

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QThe bjddine has been: '.

South West v North East

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What do you bid?
A Thre apadea. Ton have no
Interest In doabllnf heaftt but

have creat plarla atreacth' at
spades. ., SM:;;i .4

TOBAT'S QUESTION
' 'The bidding Is as above but
you are North and hold: ;
4Q18i Q75 48 AQU2
West passes after your part partner's
ner's partner's three-spade biaV What do
you, North, do now?
Answer Tomorrow

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strong1, self-reliant economies 'and

increased opportunr-ies for nesti.
thier and happier lives for a U
the peoples.. ) -
' The Agreements 'represent an another
other another concrete example of fU.' S.
readiness lo assist the Federation.

With the 1 technical, assistance pro

gram already in effect with' Ja Jamaica,
maica, Jamaica, these agreements now. ex

tend, technical assistance to all of

the Federation,

ARGUMENTS ABOUT Barbara

Granam's ac.uai guut still re
in California and even the film's

ending win leave the question up

to the audience,

Once hailed by Hollywood press

agents, when she was a film .new

comer, as Brooklyn s greatest

baseball fan, Susan winced wnen

someone suggested a publicity

photo of her wearing an LA Dodg

er baseball cap for the seaon

opening game here. 3

Let s not was all sne said.

PEOPLE FORGET that 'starlets

grow up. Why, I bet Susan

wouldn't put a Dodger cap on r e e-ven
ven e-ven if the team had moved to At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. But I'm not so sure but
what there's a Confederate cap
perched atop her wild red hair

when she. rides to hounds 'down
there ; on the Chalkley acres in

Georgia. She's been a bit of a

rebel all her life. -,

Short Takes: Liz Taylor finally
let MGM off the hook she back
working in 'Cat on a Hot Tin

Roof.", .Jack Lemmon '.and
Felicia Farr are looking : more
and more like two happy people
ready to see a preacher. .Dean

Martin flipped it at the Coconut

Grove hhere:. How da you like

the new way I open my act? So.
ber."

I!3v rcitofil erc3 in F!:ri Icr Zcr.i:n$
' Several Florida real-estate men are on the Isthmus to Intro Introduce
duce Introduce a novel homesite development called Tee and Green Estates.
Their plan is to develop, the area as an Ideal retirement site
for Canal Zone retired employes; i ;

. Here is an excerpt reprinted from Hhe "Miami Beach Sun"
last week: n .

churches, clubs; theaters' and
two main arterlals. U.S. Hlehwav

41 and U.S. Route. 17, provide
quick access to such metropoli metropolitan
tan metropolitan centers as Sarasota, Miami,

lampa. , 4
Prospective Wert' of Tee and
Green Estates homesltes are In

variably surprised when calling
in at the Miami Beach sales of

fice or the development at 927
Lincoln Road to learn that' the

sound efficiency of the develop

ing firm permitet it to sell on
convenient terms-which allow
three years. t pay;, a 30-day 20
per cent refundable deposit; no
interest charge, no closing: costs
and a warranty-deed.' .,

Tee and Green Estates .em

braces features which have .ap .appealed
pealed .appealed to scores of discriminating-
homesite purchasers,, attrac

tions- such as no city, taxes, no
hidden charges, low Charlotte
County tax. free title Insurance.

$5,000 Homestead tax exemption,
excellent drinking.? water,, high
elevation, black-top highways,
planned, drainage svstem and, at
the yerv thresh hold of Tee and

Green Estates the: finest of golf
courser, "world' famous fishing
'grounds,'' abundant hunting,
shelling and boating. Advt.

The substantlkl .growth which

has characterized Punta Gorda

and Charlotte County ,on the

West Coast, south of Tampa.

has been given great impetus cy
the opening of .beautiful Tee

and Green Estatesi a novel home home-site
site home-site development located direct

ly, on Punta Gorda's famous is
hole chamnionshin golf course.

The Tee and Green homesite
Is truly "something new .under
the sun" for while i It provides

the same' "countrv club living

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aemanaea' py premium-piu-eui

suburban areas,: this weal resi

dential ; community oners 101s
raneing upward from a 75 by 100

foot minimum ior a low as o.
The development embraces-its
own -nrivate 10-acre carlt f ot

veal? 'round enloymerit in a tli-

mate. wnicn averages 73 aegrees
throughout th 12 months, white
sand beaches, picnic grounds,

boating facilities and fishing m

the Gull 01 Mexico and m lan

guid Peace River, unexcelled
anvwhere. Nearby, Punta Gorda

is known as "home -of the-Silve
King Tarpon" and attracts" fam famous
ous famous sportsmen and women from
both hem;u, Lores. '

Teeming Punta Gorda affords
modern shopping, schools,

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MISS INGA FRIER BECOMES BRIDE
OF CAPTAIN JAMES B. WALLACE ;
' Miss Jnga Turner Prier, daughter of Dr. and Mr.' Vern
Prler of Margarita, became the bride of Captain Jamei.
Bayard Wallace, ton of Mrs. Spencer M. Wallace and the
late Mr. Wallace of Kennebunk, Me., at the Christ Church
by-the-Sea on Friday. The Venerable Archdeacon Edward,
J. Cooper and Bishop R. Heber Gooden officiated.
The bride is a jraduate of SkidmOre College, Saratoga
Sprints and has been employed by the US Army at Curundu.
Capt Wallace is a graduate of the United States Merchant
Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., and has served for
JS years in the Merchant Marine. He is presently an ap apprentice
prentice apprentice pilot with the Panama Canal Co.
Following a wedding trip the couple will make : their
home in Coco Solo. -,.-'

Ciribbun College Club Will
Held Annuel Spring Luncheon
The Caribbean College Club'; an an-nual
nual an-nual Spring Luncheon will be
held Saturday at the Ft. Gulick
Officers Club, at 12:30 p.m.
Highlight of the program will
be the presentation of two schol scholarships
arships scholarships to students from Cristobal
Hich School. These scholarships

are made : possible through the

Club's Penny Social and the edu educational
cational educational fund.
The new slate of officers for
next year will be presented and
announcement of board members
will be made at the Muncheon.
Members are urged to attend and
may make reservations by calling
Mrs. Fran McGilberry in Gatun.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Forbes
Honored At Despedida Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. F o r b e s
were honored guests at a no-host
despedida dinner at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers' Open Mess Mon.
day evening. Approximately 140
friends of the couple were on
hand to wish him a happy birth,
day and to bid farewell to them.
Mr. Forbes was presetned with a
carving set as a birthday f gift
Mr. Forbes was presented with a
pair of Chinese wedding- vases
filled with crisp one-do'lar bills.
Mr. and Mrs. .Forbes w,ill leave
the Isthmus on May 25 for the
States where they will .make their
home.
Seroptimtsts of Club,
Hold Dance
The Soroptimist International of
Colon held their first dance .at
the Hotel Washington on Friday.
The door prize, air travel to Da Da-vid
vid Da-vid and hotel -accomodations for
a week, was won by Robert W.
Parker. Edward H. Bensen won
the -sheet of lottery tickets, with
No. 471, The music was furnish furnished
ed furnished by Lucho Azcarraga. f

The vice-president, Mrs. Flor.
ence H. Edbrooke, expresses the

Club's appreciation to toe Hotel
Washington, Fuerza y JLuz vand
Cod Airlines for their help and

cooperation. All proceeds ot in

affair will be used for chanty. :
CZ College Club President

Entertains Officers et Tea
Mrs. Walter Dryja, newly, elect.

ed president o -the Canai Zone
College" Club: entertained tier ofrt:

cers and committee chairmen at

a tea in the Fern Room of the

Tivoli .Quest House Sunday after,
noon.- j -, .-

Colon IAWC Will Hold

.Installation Luncheon r"-"

im town unit of-tne inter-a.
merican Woman's Club will hold
their annuai installation luncheon
Saturday t. the Hotel Washington.
Honored guests will be thej in incoming
coming incoming president, Mrs. Luisa Ven Ven-tura
tura Ven-tura and the retiring president,
Mrs. Dorothy Gorin.
There will be a cocktail hour
beginning at 12 o'clock and lunch,
eon will be served promptly at 1
p.m.
Reservations may be made by
calling .the Hotel Washington
thmigh Friday. Those that signed
the reservation list at the general
meeting need not telephone. AU
Club members are urged to at.
tend. The price of the ; luncheon
wil be $2.00 y
Fort Clayton NCO. Wives
Hold Morning Coffee

The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club,, held their .'.regular monthly
coffee Wednesday morning in the

Ft. Clayvort NCQ Open Mess. Mrs,

Ester Moore presided and wel

comed the new guests, Mrs.: Bar.
bara Wyricky Mrs. Rita Monaco.
Mrs. Anne Scarle, and Mrs. Jan
Zlis to the club. Two members of
the club came attired in the, new
sack look, Mrs. Joy Blond and

Mrs. Kay Rodgers, and to make

iZdli ))ittil Saijl...

Rev. and Mrs. Peterson

Will Vacation In St:

The ReV. and Mrs. Mainert J.

Peterson and their three children
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a three months vacation in thel ,'".. j,.iiA-1,u,(n.

vuni ivuiuui

States. They will spend the sum

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Dr. Norman J. Scadron has re.

turned to Pana na after a brief
trip to California.
Will Attend Graduation

Mr. and Mrs.' Horacio Claire

Jr. of Golf Heights have left for

the United States where they will
attend the graduation oi their two
sons from college.

Janet Tribe To Be installed
Worthy Advisor

Of Rainbow Assembly

Miss Janet Tribe will be install.

ed as Worthy Advisor oi Balbot
Assembly No. 1, Order of Rain Rain-bow
bow Rain-bow for Girls at instal ation serv.
ices at the Scottish Rite Temple

in Balboa Saturday evening at

7:30. The installing o iccr will be

Miss Linda Longmore, retiring
worthy Advisor.
A reception will be held in the
banquet hall following the insta 1-

atlon ceremony.- Parents and

friends of Rainbow are invited.

interpretation of the

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calumn ahauld kt tubmiHd ie
,-written farm and ntiilae'
tha bon numbtr liited duly m "So "Social
cial "Social and Othtrwua," oi delive'ad
hiid to tht office. Nptictt of
mtctinos cannot bo acoptad
Albrook Officer' Wivft
Summer Bowling Leagut
- A mandatory meeting for all
prospective members lor the .Al.
brook Officers' Wives'? Club sum sum-mer
mer sum-mer bowjing eague will be held
Thursday at 9 p.m. in the main
lpunge oT the" o fkers' 'club. Offi.
cers will be elected- and teams
formed at this time.

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Health Bureau

Club TQ Observe

2nd Anniversary

The Health Bureau Club will

commemorate its second anniver anniver-sary
sary anniver-sary on Saturday, Julyv 26, with

I semi-formal anniversary dance

at the Casino. Vina del Mar.

Extensive preparations are" Be

ing made by the club's manage management
ment management committee. The., dance will
feature Willie ; Morrison's "suner"

orchestra and Albert Phillips and

his Jet comno.

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Balboa Women's Club
Card Club Group

VTBfr Card Club gtoup the Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa Women's Club will sponsor
a no-host luncheon at the Fort A.
mador Officers' Open Mess on

Thursday at noon. It wi'l not be

necessary, to make reservations.

BY MURS. .MURIEL LAWRENCE
GAIL had done a poor job c'
dishwashing. The plates were still
sticky with soap, the glasses un
rinsed. Noting this sloppy-' wort,
her mother thought: "I mustn'
be angry. I'll just have a little
understanding talk with Gail."
So after calling the child's at attention
tention attention to her mistakes, she said.
"You know, dear, when you're
grown-up and have a home o
your own, your husband will ex expect
pect expect you. to take care of it There's
nothing a man dislikes so much
as slatternly wife. I know i.
takes time from looking at TV to
rinse the dishes, but these are the
years when you have to learn to
take time to do chores well. io
you understand?"
Gail said, "Yes, Mother, Can 1
gO HOW?" ,,
' SHOCKED and disappointed by
tais result of her rffort to "Under "Understand"
stand" "Understand" Gail, her mother said an angrily.
grily. angrily. "Indeed you cannot Ycu
do those dishes properly before

von move an inch from this kitch

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Then she retreated to th living

room to brood resentfully over tue
child's rejection of her "under "under-standins."
standins." "under-standins." ; ,

It 'was rejected because it wa r

A YOUNG wife writes: "I thor

oughly approve of the article you

(wrote denouncing the emphasis on

coercion masquerading as under.: "ipsetherness" in women's mag-

ttanding. azines.' as u tne only good- mar-

Gail hasn t a home of her own. nages were those in mich a hus

band and wife do everything to

gether, from washing the tiishes

to washing the car and the kids.
"We have been marrTeTt a lit little
tle little less than five years. When we

were first married it used to get

me down that Bill wasnt eager
to help me around the house.
"'Actually I didn't want h,U help
as much as his company, but I
did feel I was entitled to his help.
"Even such suggestions as, 'You
help me with the dishes and when
we are throu.ch I'll help you wash
the car fell flat His attitude was
always, "I hive my lobs and you
have yours.' So I finally quit
trying to change him over to fit
the 'togetherness' nuttwi. And
suess what? I found I liked it
that way, too. ,.

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one. nasai a nusuauu io picaai:
by doing chores properly. She's a
l-year-ohhchild mtent on 12-year-old
affairs. So far as she was con

cerned, her mother's "understand

ing" was just yak about a fuiure
that had no substance a rounda roundabout
bout roundabout .way of saying, "Do the dish dishes
es dishes again." '.
LIFE becomes much easier for
parents when we stop confusing
"understanding" a child with sell
in? him obedience.
If we want obedience, let's de.
mand it honestly. But if we wan;
to undentnd Gail, we have to
forget what we want in order to
discover what she wants. T h en
we, compromise pur different
wants.
We say, "All right, you ha'e

dishwashing. How abou' doing

tnem three nights week instead of
seven? Tf I dn them the o'her
four nights will you clean the

bathroom on Saturday mornings?"
Many of vs think we ire

"understanding" to children ,when

we are just belaboring them wi h

our own reasons for wanting them
to obey. We are trving to force

submission fro- em withut in-

viting the onen 'iahce we fear.

ney Know -'i .-nd have no

respect for such phony under
standing. i: :,-;, & :'

Walch Tower Rible
3rDav Assembly ;
The Watch Tower Bible and Tra
Society will snonsor a three-dav

circuit assembly of Jehovah's wit.
nests' here Friday, Saturday and
Sunday ..:.
The convention, which will bj
held in the Kinsdom Hall at F.I

an eyewitness account oi thei tanereio' ann is tor the nuroose

sinking of the Italian liner Andrea of Bible instruction and concen concen-Doria
Doria concen-Doria by Vittono Monasterio, ; a trated gospel-preaching in this a a-Mexican
Mexican a-Mexican newsman who is one of rea, representatives for the group

Currently in circulation here is

the few survivors of the tragic col

lison..

In thn hook, entitled "the-Tra.

gedy of the Andrea Doria," Mo-

nasterio recounts with telling force
the traeic and pathetic moments

aboar the ill-bated vessel, a ft?r
the collision, in a style that spell

binding from start to finish.
Available in both Spanish and
English, the book is regarded as
a lucid presentation, which forces
readers to mentally re-llve the un unforgettable
forgettable unforgettable disaster along with the
author. The paper-bound English
version of the book sells for $1.

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Jews To Cclcbrclc
Shavous Festival
Beginning Saturday

The Festival of Shavous also

known as '"The Feast 'of Weeks'!
will be celebrated by Jews through
out the worked from sundown Sa.
turday, until sundown Monday.
The festival is associated tra.
tionally the promulgation of the
Ten Commandments on Mount Si Sinai.
nai. Sinai.
' The Feast of Weeks was also
orieinallv observed as an agricul

tural holiday which '-marked tne
beginning of the wheat harvest.
At this season, the first frui'.s of
the soil were offered to' God. This
token reminded the children of Is

rael that everything belonged to

the Lord and tnat they were mere merely
ly merely the custodians of these pro

ducts. They were enjoined to share
the harvest with the poor and the

stranger. One who had many pos possessions
sessions possessions was responsible for alle alleviating,
viating, alleviating, the suffering of those who
were less fortunate. Shavuos to

day is a reminder of the social

obligations oi men, f :
' Shavous services will be condut.
ed : by Rabbt ; Nathan Witkin (n
the Chapel of the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center, Balboa.

day morning at 10. Sunday even

ing .at 7:30 ana juonaay morning

at 10.

Memorial services (Ylzkor) will

be read during the Monday morn,
ing services... ... 'n , '.

The commanding general of the

U.S. Army Caribbean, the com commanding
manding commanding general of the Caribbean
Air Command, and the command commandant
ant commandant of the 15th Naval District have
issued special memoranda regard regarding
ing regarding the Festival of' Shavous ser services.
vices. services. x 1

announced today

All three days of the assembly
will consist'of Bible talks, discis discissions
sions discissions and demonstrations, which

are open to the public wif;hou;

A. V. Ttaper of New York. Pan.

ma Watch Tower branch sunervi-

sor of ministers, will be the prin

cipal speaker. He will appear en

th program, all days and will

deliver t3he main public adress.

at 7:30 n.m. Sunday. His ubject

is, 'facing The Feature Without
Fear." : r

Delegates from all Dart os the

republic including the Canal. Zone

are expected, to attend. Four si similar
milar similar assemblies have already

been held, two in Aliriirante, one

in Aguaduice and one in David.
The assemblies are stepping stones

to a big international assembly to
be held in the Yankee Stadium and
Polo Grounds, N. Y July 27 to
Aug. 3. when over 200,000 ar ex-t
pected to a'.tend.

SO,' oerhsps you could advise

other, brides, not to beat their
l ji r. V i it

neaas asamstjr sione wan as i
did trying to make their h a s
bands conform to a pattern let
up for marriage by outsiders.
"No man with a mind of his
own is going to give in graceful gracefully
ly gracefully to his wife's wish for him to
conform to some idealized picture
f a husband she has got from
reading women's magazines.
"The' brid who realizes that
from the start will not have to
waste the effort I did frying to
make my husband fit into a pret pretty
ty pretty picture.
"iBy, the way, we are as hapn
as cart be now that I have quit

less than five years of marriaue

more than some wives learn In

a lifetime..'

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Carlos Ba'ser. aa orricer of
Organization Committee of
3rd International Congress
Americanists, will address
general membershiD meeting

the Archeology Society of Pana Panama
ma Panama tonight at 7:30 in the library
of the US0.JW3 Service Center
on La Boca Read.
Balser is a former director of

the National Museum of Costa Iti-

ca and presently serves of its
Board of Directors. He will ad-:
dress the Society and present k(V:
dachrome slides of artifacts up.. I

earthed m the regions of Costs

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If a girl invites a young man to
visit in her home for a week-end
she should not, without consulting
him, plaft the kind of criteria la

ment tnat will be expensive tor

Kica. incse are expected to be rf him, such as dinner dnacing at
intrestbecause of the proximity elusive restaurants,
to the Panama Area and to those

members contemDlatins atten

dance at the Conference with work
in the Costa Rican territoy later.
.This is thft second appearance
of Balser before the group and it
is expected that a report on the
final activities urogram of the
Congress being Vld in San Jose
from July 20-27, this year, will be
forthcoming.
.tend. !..' i v -'

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; Ford-Produced Automobile
.MODERN DESIGN A four four-passenger
passenger four-passenger 1 9 5 1 Thunderbird
gained -the distinction of "50
millionth Ford-produced vehi vehicle"
cle" vehicle" when It was driven off the
final' assembly line by an em employe
ploye employe of the company's Wixoni,
Mich, plant,-March 17. While the
SO millionth car was produced 55
years after the company's
founding In 1903, trje next 50
million vehicles may be produced
by Ford in less than half the
time perhaps in less than 25
years. This prediction is based
on the growing demand for
automobiles, the rapid growth of
the U.S. economy, and the in increasing
creasing increasing population; Advt.

In fact, she should try to ar arrange
range arrange things so that he is really
a guest not just an escort to
pick up the check whenever she
wants to go. v

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TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSFAFE3
WEDNESDAY, MAY Zl, 1?:2
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National League Lead:

By FRED DOWN ;'-'. ;
NEW YORK, May 21 (UP) -r One swing of
Duke Snider's bat was enough today to put him back
on the list of Buzzy Buvasi's favorite players. .-;

'Snider, publicty blamed by the
ta Aneeles general manager for
the team's floundering start, took
his anger out on the world cnam cnam-pion
pion cnam-pion Milwaukee Braves last night
with a omen double that paved
th wav for a 6-3 victory. The
loss knocked the Braves into sec second
ond second place, a game and a half be behind
hind behind the San Francisco Giants,
who beat the' Cincinnati Redlegs,
4-2, for their fourth straight wio
and 11th in 13 games.
Snider came through with his
hie blow after Jim Gilliam dou
bled with one out m the 11th in inning
ning inning to put the Dodgers in front,
4-3. and thev added two more tal
lies on a walk, Carl Furillo's sm-
( and John Roseboro's sacrifice
fly. Sandy Koufax, who yielded
three first-innmg runs e-n two
walks, a single, two errors and
a wild pitch, settled down and
wound up with a two-hitter.
If marked only the 'Mcend
time this wason, that the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers were able to put together
two straight victories and left
them two garnet behind t h
seventh-place Redlegs.
Mike McCormick. 19-year.- old.
j $65,000 bonus left-hander, turned
in his fourth straight win. for the
Giants with a five-hitter. Willie
Mays hit two doubles, Hank Sauer
blasted his ninth homer and Da Da-'rvl
'rvl Da-'rvl Spencer three games all last
season, has won four in 18 days
yielding a total of six runs and
25 hits.
The St. Louis Cardinal went in.
to fourth place when Lindy Mc-
Daniel shut out the Philadelphia
Phillies, 5-0, and the Pittsburgh
iPiratea snapped their five game
losing streak with a 12- rout of
the Chicago cubs in the et3her Na-
itional League games.
i In the American League, the
j runaway New York Yankees riiade
lit seven straight -with a. 5-1 win
lover the Chicago White Sox, the
'Boston Red Sox (beat- the v, Cleve
land Indians. ft-L. the Kansas Ci
-ty Athletics1 downed the Washing-
I ton Senators. XT&iaiid the Baity
i ai '" "j i ttv i. 4
imore unoies eav ne imion yt
The Cardinal scored their1 ttfh
win in 13 games with a 10-hit at
tack that routed Curt Simmons in
5 1-3 innings. McDaniel pitched
even-hitter to make his record
3-3 while Simmons record was
Squared at 4-4. v r"
Frank Thomas knocked Im "three
runs with Ms 1th, homer a3nd- a
single. Ted Khisiewski had.' three
ingles and three R.B.I.'s arid; Bill
Virdon homered as the Pirates
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xreicnea me v-uos losing stress:
to lour games Boot f riend coast
ed to his sixth win behind the 13-
hit attack. Al Dark, obtained
. from the cardinals .earlier in the
)day, went 1-for-s in his debut' at
'third base with the Cubs,
1 uiun uaow wiuj ui auus.
Johnny Kuckswon. his eonet

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name with five.hitter for the

Yankees who maintained their ;
a'A-gamt A.L. lead -with their
20th win in 25 games. Mickey
Mantled Hank Bauer and Marv
Throneberry hit homers as the
White Sox -suffered their third
straight loss ; and 17th -. in 28
games. Dick Donovan was the
loser. 1 '-
Rookie Bob' (Riverboat) Smith
notched his third straight.win .be.
hind a 10-hit Red Sox assault
that Seatufed homers by Ted Wil
liams, Pete Runnels and Jimmy i
Piersau'SmMh- wawea -mna.JneD
but allowed only three singles and
notched out of two bases filled
jams.' RayTfla.rleski suffered his
third loss for '.Cleveland. y
The Atnieucs neia onto second
place when Ned Garver recover
ed from, a.rockv start to go the.
distance and win his fifth "deerd
sion. Bob Maxtyn tripled tor me
big blow in a three-run fifth in inning
ning inning outburst : flwt ,f napped a 3-3
tie. The Athletics have won five
straight ano the Senators have
uroppea seven 75 mm.?. :4
Al Pilarcik made a flivrrig grabr
nf IRillv Martin's, dod flv with the
bases loaeajjana tww out in the
eighth to preserve-Briiv u ueu s
fourth victory for the Orioles. Bob
Bovd land Foster Castlemam led
Baltimore's attack with three bits
each as the Tigers lost their sixth
straight. A 3 ,"n ,
Montreal Lennlhens
InlernaJNal
Lead With 5-2 Win
NEW YORK. May 21 (UP)
The Montreal-Royals, foftified .by
good pitching, today owned their
biggest lead ill the 1958 Interna
tional League race
i: Rene Valdes was the mound he hero.
ro. hero. Tuesdav ni"!. 'Pacing the Roy.
rvaldes venl jail the Jwifof- This
sixth sactory m eignr aecisrons as
Montreal. boosted its leanue lead
to five games over Rochester.
In other games. Toronto wallop
ed Rochester, 9-3; Coltimbus bea
Havana; 6-4; and Miami ann
Richmond split a i dooDieheace
the Veeg taking;" th opener 4 6
and the SIaidirw wiajpingj Jhe:,ignt-
cap, 3 0.
Jim Pearce went the distance
for the Maple 'jLeafs 1 to- -garni
his third Win' against one loss.
Toronto has now won five of it
last six- gabies Jo move- wtthin. a
half game of Rochester.
Bob Conley gained an even split
fbrVMiajnt 'vifia t. he set .. Rich Richmond
mond Richmond back Ka-four bits after K1
uics nBu. isoup. i"ee rouie lor .-wip
Vee iiiriUie ;sevea4hning opener4
Dick, had onel the; route Wr am

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LEADING

HITTERS
.
(basd on 50 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB
R H Pet.
MusiaV' St. L,
? ?
.476
Mays, S. Fco. 33 132
Crowe, Cirici. ;22 72
Spencer, S.F. 33 131
Thomas,' Pit. 32 132
Hoak, Cinci.- 27 109
Walls, Chi.- 34 134
Skinner, Pit. 31 128
Temple, Cin." 27 101
Torre, Mil. 27 57
33
7
23
27
14
25
24
16
5'
54
25
45
44
36
44
41
.409
47
.344
.333
.330
.328
.320
32 .317
18 .316
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Nieman, Bal. 21 62 11 25
Skowron, N.Y.
Vernon. Cle.
Kuenn, Det.
McDoug. N.Y.
Fox, Chicago
Ward, Cleve.
Cerv, K. v:.,
Runnels, : Bos.
Robinson,- B.
Gernert, Bos.
, HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
'ThomasPirates,
. Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
Walls, Cubs '
fSpencer, Giants t
Sauer, Giants
Mathers, Braves
V AMERICAN LEAGUE
, Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Maris, Indians
. Lollar, White Sox
Minoso, Indians
': Gernert, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Spncer Giants 1
Thomas, Pirates -Mays,
Giants ;J
Cepeda, Giants"
Walls, Cubs : I
Crowe, Redlegs 1
AMERICAN LEAGUE'
'. Cerv, Athletics
'Jensen, Red Sox
Gernert, Red Sox'
, F. Boiling, Tigers
(4 tied with 17)
13 13-11,
11, 13-11, 11
11
.. 9
9
9
11
8
7
5
5
5
33
33
29
26'
25
25
30
24
20
19
LEADING
PITCHERS
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
. r .WLPct.
Spahn, Braves 6 0' 1.000
E'ston, Cubs 5-0 1.000
ni.r..inv rJonf. "f'd. oitnnn
lllUVVt Hl.VIH WJKU.l'W i .' jF S.- Ji..'.T---
Pftiiw C.rAurt I 2 6--4.000
tied with. 1.0, 1,000) 'I
1 AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yanks -6 0 1.000
Shantz, Yanks 4 0 1.000
Tarspn Yanks f 3 0 '1.000
Smith. Red Sox( 3 0 1.000
Portocarrero,, Orioles: 2 0 .1.000
Byerly, Senators 2 0 1.000
KODAY ENCANTO .35-.20
Sterling HayderT
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18 67 9 25 -.373
28 76 15 28 .368
31 119 20 43 .361
23 87 15 31 .356
28 113 14 40 .354
24 55 u 8 19 .345
25 90 26 31 .344
30 118 15 37 .314
26 -93 9 '29 .312
24 77 14 24 .312

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up on the Michigan State campus for gymnastic events. The East Lansing Michigan coeds" team- -.
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Giants No Surprise To Rigney;

Knew They Had It All The Time

By JIMMY BRESLIN
CINCINNATI (NEAThere is
nothing gradual about any oper
ation run by Horace C. otonenam.
One year, everything seems lost.
The next,, champagne corks pop
and his Giants are on top.
Last seascl, the Giants finished'
sixth, losing 85 games, and only
a lew people rallied around the
Polo Grounds to see the dreary
club." And as any baseball man
knows, it-takes a couple of years
of steady' improvement for a club
to get back into real contention.
So this season. Jim Davenport
went to uura Dase, urianao ce
peda -to first and 'Willie Kirkland
to right field and the Giants, start
ed exciting San Francisco fans
with a start which gave all the
appearances of solidity. s',
It is Remindful of J954 wheii
the Giants, losers of 84 games and
fifth the year before, put Johnny
Antonellr on the mound and won
the World Series' in four straieht.
''I knew about this club last
year," Manager Bill Rigney chat- r
ters. .'If was figuring on -Cepeda. ;
They .told me, he could hit. Kirk-
land was somethjng 'we, were
waumg tor. He was inr 1 icsrvice
ana i.jcnew id get him,", t
..Rigney did the best he could
with what he had and waited for
this year.
"The clock had to keep moving
and all it was doing was .helping
us,' he explains. And doht for forget,,
get,, forget,, this thing isn't finished: VWe
got Jackie Brandt (outfielder) and
Bill White ((first baseman in-service
and they're out in July.1!
Rigney 's quick-spoken enthusi enthusiasm
asm enthusiasm is totally in place now. When
VFW .Teener Loop..
Meeting Tomorrow':
At France Field v
The Fair Committee of the VFW
Teener (Baseball League will meet
at. Hanger Mo. 5, France Field,
at -7:00 D.m.. Thursday. Mav -22
to complete arrangements for this
fund raising nroiect.
The committee is appealing to
ail Atlantic smers who are inter interested
ested interested in assisting in a worthwhile
youth program Jo appear and lend
a nana
.' Upon the success of this ven venture
ture venture will re'st the determination
of whether or not the VFW Teen
ers will be provided the funds to
make the trip to Hershey to de-
tend its hard won national title.
. Parents and friends of the At
lantic Teen-age League and At
lantic side VFW members are es especially
pecially especially urged to pitch in and
help make this Fair a success
Ideas are welcomed and many
hands are needed.
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$1.10 per CAR I I
Sterling HATDEN in
"ETERNAL SEA''
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TYRONE POWER
Marlene DIETRICH In
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ATTACK OF THE
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Orlando Cepeda
he claps', his hands land talks a a-bout
bout a-bout 'taking everything" it is be
lievable.
Last season, the suspicion was
that the Giants would not be' a
first division club for several sea seasons.
sons. seasons. What they had on the field
was bad: And outside of Kirkland,
who had been boosted by every everybody,
body, everybody, nothing much seemed in
view.
The' entire organization was be
ing disparaged as inadequate. The
Giants, you were told, had no
scouting v operation to compete
with the praves or the Dodgers
Showing At Y our Service
Center Theatres Jpnight
BALBOA 1 6:15 & 8:05
Tony Curtis, Marlsa Pavan.
MIDNIGHT STORY"
DIABLO HTS.
Randolph Scott
"THE TALL T
7:00
GAMBOA 7:00
"THE COUNTERFEIT PLAN"
MARGARITA i :15 & 7:40
- "THE CYCLOPS"
CRISTOBAL
.Robert TaVlor
7:00
' Dorothy Malone1
"TTPj ON A DEAD JOCKEY"
PARAISO 6:15 & 7:45
"'WOMEN OF PITCAIRN
', ISLAND"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 8:25
"HIDDEN GUNS" and
, "SLIPPY "McGEE"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 7:55
"BADLANDS of MONTANA"

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tic r 15c. 15C ; ?5c.: Bank Night!
BANK! 8125.00 'CRASHOUT Gold Prlie 1500.00
Flaming Feather RENCOROSO
with Sterling Hayden "KISS ME DEADLY Also;
.--ko, thei'lovest'of
Hurricane Smith RETURN ..OF , CARMEN
with John 'Ireland :.muEFim ... with Rita. Hayworth

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Lou Von Put ten 20. limber
They' had run put of material for
some oi tnose magic trades btone
ham used to make. They were
running out. of ready cash.
Through it all Rigney "kept talk talking
ing talking as ii he bad the best manag manag-ine
ine manag-ine iob in the business and Peo
pie smirked at him but how they
listen and he hasn't changed his
pace. a ,bit '1 t v
' 'f got to Phoenix this spring,"
he, sys, 'and took one look at
Davenport, He just went to third
base and made all the plays.
Watch Mm a couple of times and
you got to say, 'He's a, major
leaguer.' Then I knew I had it
made. You see I was counting on
Cepeda and Kirkland. Then we
get Davenport.
'We leave (Daryl) Spencer at
shortstop. He s as good as any anybody
body anybody has seen around this league
in my. time vf ?andj now I got an
infield to eoswitb my nitchine. I
got Willie Mays and Kirkland in
the outfield and I Eot a club now.
'Jts just starting. I get Brandt
aim nunc. HKf gui; w ucip. xig,
too." - ;
If somebody claimed last season
it was going to be like this he
would, have been'llau?hed at. 'But
anything to do' with Horace Stone-
nam, the records show, moves
like ap express elevator.
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

NATIONAL
LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
San Francis
22 11 M7
Milwaukee
.643
.563
.467
.452
.441
.407
.364
1V4
Pittsburgh
3'i
6V
7
St. Louis -Philadelphia
r
Chicago -Cincinnati.
'
Los Angolts
7
12 21
Today's Games
Los Aneeles at MilwauW
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
uucagu ad rmsourgn
St. Louis at Philadelphia ,(N)
St. Louis 000 03' MkVS 10 0
Simmons (4-4), Hearn. and Lon
nett. .(-,,
. ..
i.. .(Night Game)
Chicago n 000 000 S01 3 11
rillSDUTgn
151 310 01y1! i
Drott M-1 mVv; :
i?roam.n Tfr't.. ,n
Tavlnr
Friend (6-2) and Fojles
(Nioht Gam,)
A. 000 ?00 1 00 0"V 6 6
Mil. 300 000 000 003 2
i Kou'aX ,l- Hit PionafxnA
inlev ( 0-2V. MrMahnn and YVan
dall.
fNiah r,.m.
Haw;fi.3), Ackeri Jeffcoa't-
... saiiey,
BALBAOA MEN's SUMMER,
' LEAGUE
Teams
Kent Cigarettes.;
W L
Tivoli .Travel AgenU
Dunlop-Hillman
Balboa Beer ,,K-i
Zenith Radios li
Scott-Atwater
Duran Cafe-Blue Star -i
Pepsi-Cola Martini
10
5
4
4
4
2 10
JLeading averages
Burgoon
176, Kunkel 175, Sullivan 173.
'; Kent 3 Durjn-Blue Star 1
The coffee with cream bowjers
representing Durans and Blue
Star Dairy, came out on the short
ena to. the smoking Kent Cigaret Cigarettes,
tes, Cigarettes, but they accomplished one
thing and that is. to halt the Butts
winning streak which reached nine
in a row. . ,
BlllV COfffiV SlatOn tft Honart
from our sunny shores j a few
weeKs, ien a momento of 522 pin
fall. Duran-Blue Star; pushed the
cigarettes in the opener, losing by
14 pins, which they made up in
ine secona game wnen tnev won
by 21. But in the finale, the league
leaders. Kent, went all out by
amassing a 119 pin win. Al Turn Turner
er Turner was the strongest coffee sio-
per with plenty of cream, by
smacmng no series.:,
Tivoli Travel Aaeney 4,
1 Scott Atwater 0
The Tivoli Travel Agents' took
the Scott Atwaters on a guided
u.uv-M iu mc uisiiKe ui, me
Outboard Motors because the tour
cose, mem an four noints. This
left the Tivoli youngsters only one
mrker ; out of first tilace.
- Ray Schneider coUected1 enough
un jua uijj iu mc iiiui ne do nave
the best night of the match, col col-ectinj
ectinj col-ectinj 550. Art Roberts was helo-
ine Kav dv. rpckintj ;in" 500. F
ine bcott Atwater; only one spank
nlug was funcionin?1n tonplin? the
ten timbers on the lanes, when
Butch Lane fired a 516 set.' As far
as the teams were concerned none
ot me games wprn Mno u
1 4.1 i... ,.
ii-iiem Rome in, nvoli by ..a con con-fortable
fortable con-fortable margin.
BERGMAN, & COOPER
IN DRAMATIC LOVE
"In spite of all thatwas
done to me, you are the first,"
says Maria (Ingrid Bergman)
to Roberto (Gary Cooper: in
this memorable scene of the
overwhelming drama of love,
adventure and war: 'FOR
WHOM THE FELL TOLLS,
opening- -tomorrow' at tj-.c
President Theatre.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. G3
New York
Kansas Citv
20 5 .SCO
14 12
13 13
.539
.5C0
.434
.469
.448
.419
J93
6Va
7'i
8
5Vi:
9
10
UVi
Baltimore
Boston
I Cleveland
Washington
Detroit
Chicago
5 Today's Games
New York at Chicago
Washington at Kansas City
Baltimore at Detroit
Boston at Cleveland
Wn. 1 1"?' .
. uuiiw u ami. Korhorat
Narleski fs.s Vol) xt rsii urti
holm "'.' "h;
Baltimore m nfn inn a 1 A
2 Detrnit An AAA Ann i m
rt'n' n o I
- yrv wvermt, mrsh-
I "u inandos.

Hoeft (2-A Agu'rre, Morgan,
Shaw and wp?an.
, (Nigh Game)
New York nin nn mi : e m

2 C'caoo non nnn nnt 1 c
0 Kucks f2-n nV
Donovan (2-4), Fischer and Lol-
In
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I .... T .

Co"rtnev.- v 'M

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Dunlop-Hillman, 4 Zenith 0
Dunlop Tires and Hiiimon rr.r'

euK .weU -together ..-that 1 they rv'
rolled and smashed the Zenith" R. J
dios to smithereens. .The first ganie If?
was close, nine pins separating -the-W
two hostile clans, but after that v it
it was no combat despite, .the fact ''
that two of the Zeniths were ge-,
tmg good reception when Joe Bur i
"jIed m 513 pins and Hum-I kI

"r:"' w,c"- came in clear and f
static proopf with .506.. But two of ;
the British products of Hillman
Sth i?n i0p were iPeMin8 along V1,
'ihHmljy -registering 538 : and
Ed Kipkelc 536. This week's sue-
cess put, the Englishmen in third"
Place in the league standipg.
Balboa Beer 2 Pepsi-Cola
Martinis 2 v
Balboa Beer Suds filled the score
sheet with enough strikes and
spares' to set down the o'her "lrt",
verage band of bowlers of Marti-1'
ms and Pepsi Colas. Dropping the,
first twogam-s meant ten in a
roSufopthe.Mart drinkers,, t
Then.Pensi Peoe Dflmi'n of 400-,;
eame reputation took charge i-ot
the last game, hv -ns-,.f,4.p-''f-'.
Th broke.tho. backs of Balbbar
and snanDed tho n,i-,A ,.... J 'v

the Martinl-Peosi pinsters and I gave
them thA vfirtf j"'

"v bu (jui'as in leas'i"
competition: Besides the 235, Da-fv
mian put together 19 and 182 t?' A
ies for the first 600 series of i -league.
. ; i.f
-t'.'.',5v'-:4;''fl:i;1"-'-.' 'AXy1' '!?.''.'
1,!" Jhunelred pins bebif.'f, v
him another Pens nal p,.i-. :

ski pulled in ,509 set. Nary a beer-v
sud broke into the' ?C class, with :,
! ii memliers being about eaual.
although Lou, Glud'sr'479 was Itops
Ha8ilidayr42e7 465 "nd Bevt-

Racing For
Kings

NEW YORK (NEAV- It cost. '!
between $6,500 and $7,000 tb see A
a running horse through the year. 'V;
Of 20,000 or more in:trainihg ;,;
only a negligble few show a pro-'
f let. Ninety per cent earn less than
the break-even figure.
. It takes approximately $12 a??5
dayto care for, feed and conditiomi.S
an animal,, or some $4,380 : perl
annum. Shipping bills range frorni "X
$600 to $1,000. It costs more- tot
ship a horse by rail thatt,for
man to occupy a compartment on J
the finest traiht Haiiluts art 4
$7.50 per clipping. ,
Lump together such items, as
jockey fees and van and charcoal f
bills," insurance at a six per cent V
rate, veterinarian expenses, iiot
walkers, exercise boys, medicinss,1
dental bills, sugar, apples, clover;
carrots and even a special -mud
pack for their feet.
Once the horse is out of his stall
the bills begin to multiply. There
are blankets to wear en route to -the
paddock and lightweight cool- j
er for .use after a race.
There are pommel pads end
sheep-wool nose bands, boots to -u
protect the shins, racing: bandages -blinkers
' and surcingles, pure li- ;
nea saddle .towels, rust-proofs bijs
of all .types, rubber-covered reins "":"
and a host of other little' foxes to
spoil the financial vines, -y

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, EMMETT BRYANT Averaged 21 points in PAAP league last
year, scoring 87 in one game at expense of Ft. Amador. This
will be Big E's second year of participation in the Junior
, v, " College Tournament.
Rosters Of Eight Teams
That Will. Participate

In JC Gage
The following are the rosters of
the eight teams Wat win,, pani.
eipate in the Junior College Invi.
taiional Basketball Tournament
- which is scheduled to get under-
away tomorrow:
l. :. : .--V:.j s'i.'.:" iifvfi W
" NAVY COMMUNICATIONS
. n.y...';.i'n-t !' 'K'r''i
' 1957 Finish Runnerup. '
1958 Opener vs B.H.S., Friday,
A. S. Kruger, W. S. Kilmartin.
J. E. Presby, W- J- Bourassa. B.
Ci Smith, J. P. Hobble, D. Gad-
bois, C. E. Speckine, T. J. San-
chei," W. S.' Stevens, R. E. Stew Stew--
- Stew-- art.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
1957 Finish Eliminated in
" Second Round.
i 1958 Opener vs Ft. Clayton, Fri Fri-ji
ji Fri-ji day, 8:00 p.m.
i Roittr
E. E. Bryant, L. P. Hopwood,
J. P, Clark, T. R. Donaway, G.
J! Patrie, D. P. Johnson, J. C.
Simmons, P, F. Miller W. J.
Holbrook, E. : G- Austin, E. G.
Austin,, W. H, Agan, W. Smith.
' FORT CLAYTON
1957 Finish Eliminated s In
. First Round.
1958 Opener vs Albrook, Friday,
8:00 p.m.'
W. M. Wood, J. M. Smith, L.
; Gleason, H. E. Cushenberry, L.
Badillo, t. W. Johnson, C. W. Con.
i der, B. R. DeWald,'T,;B. Thomp Thomp-'
' Thomp-' ion, J. E. Lawrence.
Jr. Celligt
1957 Finish-eleminated In, first
round.
1958 Opener vs CHS, tomor.'
row 8:00. s
Rostr
; Harry Cody, James Selby, Bruce

' BuTlock, Donald Alexander non

ald Bauman, R. Arango Julio
Wright, Herb Schneider, Brian Cox,

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. BALBOA HIGH,
lSil Jinich eliminated in first
round. .
-1958 Opened Vs' avy.nluhl avy.nluhl-cations,
cations, avy.nluhl-cations, Friday 6:30. '1v-"a-
v !. 1 Roster
.i. Thomas Cunningham, Roy Cul.
breth, Gary Alexander, 'Haul Bar.
bara,' John Morris, Al Nahmad,:
Tony Womtjle; Abel LaGassie, Pfo
Delgado'. ,
CRISTOBAL HIGH' ','
,1957 Finish eliminated in first
round. t
1958 Opener vs JC tomorrow
8:00.
'-' -Roittr'
Wendy Sa'sso, E. Pabdoi?;' Bill
Gibson, John Boseman, George
Kirkland, Ronald Chin, Don
Humphrey, Keith Kulig, Hugo
Tompkins.
Glud Agoncios '
1957 Finish Athletic Club eli eliminated
minated eliminated in second round.
1958 Opener vs Unisport, tomor.
row, 6:30.
' Roster x
Walt Trout, Dick Gayer, r Ray
NesbitC Larry Horine, Ge o r g'e
McArthur, ; Bill Joyce," Seymour
Barkoowitz, Ken Morris, Bill Mc
Keown, Al Lombano, Gab Koura Koura-ny.
ny. Koura-ny.
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1957' Champions. ,'-'-'.
1958 Opener
tomorrow' ;30, ' J
Rostor
Manuel Perez, Eddie Smith.Fer
nando, capt.: Oemetri Tasaronu-
los. Georce Downine. Ramon Oue-
zada, CTarence Rienks. Paul Mo-
iser, Carl Simons, Van Houth.i

see how easily & Economically
, yon can t
equip your car
with a new set of
TIRES
Proved on the Speedway.
for your protection on the roadway I

THE TIRE WITH THE BUILT
Ou.C

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Dorothy LaCroix,
Clifford Mduro
Take Low Gross

Thr was bif turnout for
the mixod Scotch foursomo at tho
Brazos Brook Country Club latt
Sunday oHornoon,
Gladys Brayton and- Capt, Fin Fin-lay
lay Fin-lay Moohan wort tho winners
with low not scoro of 70, just
no stroko ahoad of Dora Mc
llhonny and John Horan who
took second placo with 71.
Midgo Haust and Frod Huld Huld-quist
quist Huld-quist finishod In third placo with
a.7. '.' ,;
'-Dorothy LaCroix and Clifford!
Maduro won tho first priio for
low grots with an 84.
Socond low grots was' turned
in by Ruth Puller nd Capt. Po
tor Duncan who shot on 8? while
Ray Wilder and Capt. Bill Lewis
took third prize with a M
All theto winners shared eight
dozen golf balls through tho ge generosity
nerosity generosity of C. B. Fenten.
Cridcet Nevs
Cricket activities this week will
be centered on the Pacific side,
specifically on the Paraiso Oval
where on Sunday," May 25, the
outstanding per ormers in the At.
lantic and Pacific cricket leagues
will meet in an All-Star game.
The players on both sides' will
be going all out to assertthesu assertthesu-premacy
premacy assertthesu-premacy of their respective
leagues and as an added, incen incentive
tive incentive three prizes are to be award awarded
ed awarded for the best individual per
formances. 'J. Gitten of Excelsiro
C.-C, better know as "Ban "Bandy",
dy", "Bandy", has : been selected to lead
the Atlantic side team which
will include the following play-
ers:. M. Grannum, C. DeSouza,
(Surrey) K. Griffith. M. Hines. A.
Campbell,, (Excelsior) E. "Red"
Roberts, R. Escaiona, San Camo.
bell (Wanderers) H. Dunn, S.
"Butch" Hewitt,' E. McK e B z i e.
(Midland). Plajers are advised to
De on me ground not later man
12 o'clock for the start of the
match. 1
Along Tle Fairways
60LFINCT' GOSSIP FROM
THE AMADOR, LEADIIS
, By zeu ,; S,
' "'The Stable "ord Tournament' last
Thursday was. won by Irene Rob.
inson, low gross. z ;
, Gay McMichael, most points.
Mae Askew, second most Joints.
Rene Isbell, second most points
ana Aiyce trench low putts.;-!
This week we will play '.' Flay
Tournament with ful handicap. So
come on out, girls, and let's see
wno can carry the flag the farth
est;"-
Emember "it is never too wet
for golf at Fort Amador.
, SUMMIT HILLS
John Smith has powered hi s
way into first place in the current
ringer tournament now underway
at me summit mils Gold Club.
Smith has picked up 10 pars, sev sev-en
en sev-en bogies, and one double bogey
for a neat 79. Joe Salterio is rid.
ing in second place with an 82.
with Norb Stephenson's 84 giving
him third place.
' There is a tie in the ladies' di division
vision division between Faye Day and Vol.
ta Sharp, who have turned in net
acores of 96. Mary Ausnehmer is
trailing by five strokes with a 101.
To date there has been no bird birdies
ies birdies turned in, but many are ex expected
pected expected between now and the: los losing
ing losing date of the tournament June
14. The entry list is still open,'
wheels.;;
the CAR!
IN PEACE OF MIND
BUDGET
YOUR -PAYMENTS
TELf 3-1501

TEACHING JOHNNY TO SWIM
SIMS NVE

This is tho first step for Johnny to learn U dlvej- Kave him
sit the pool deck with his feet on tho evei-fto tieufii, above
alx-feet-deep water. From this position he bents foiwaM, kr.re.
apart and arms extended, hands tof ether. Wfcen he lo. !,! ',
balance, ho should push with his loet and slide I Mo toe MtUu
Turning his fingers up and looking up will help him uie to tho
surface. In teaching Johnny to dive, there mutt bo someone eluie
by to help him If he gets la trouble. ,)
(Mat No. 3) . ; I"
("Teaching Johnny To Swim, a do-it-yourself manual
for parents, is now available t your Red Cross Centers
Libraries and swimming pools in the Canal Zone,
s i (Parents who prefer to hate their children taught in.
group classes should register them with the Summer Re Recreational
creational Recreational Program In their community. Trained Red Cross
Instructors will be at ail pools.) r

HOOFBEATS
By (Jonrado Sargeant

Several jockeys and horses were
susupended over .the weekend.
Jose Maria (Chema) Avila top topped
ped topped the list of; jockeys with eight
meets lor crossing Vilma P wu.le
melita in, Sunday's n fourth, race.i

Braulio Baeza roue vuiu r, muinvv 10 ine oruiiant Santurron
which still managed to get up to which is entered for the $7,500 $7,500-win
win $7,500-win by a nose. "''- "d en. Remon Classic on June

Marcos Huney nekieu
n.ot aiisnvnunn for crossing iea
dy and Loberia soon after the start
with Mi Locura in Sunday's second
race. ';,'
Trainer Juan A. Jimenez III was
n.H m fnr taridling Bathina im-
Drooerly and causing a delay in
the start, of the second race on
Sunday. .'
Mr.' Tivoli and Boyton Spring
were suspended for lour meeu
each for refusing w siarw ;
Prosldonto and Vilma P were
each sot down IS days for pullint
up lame after Sunday's fourth
raco. i Frosidonto was suffering
from an Inflamed tendon In his
loft foreleg while Vilma F has
bad knee on her loft foreleg.
. Mr. 'iivoh. Notici6n. Petro-
nila, Violin viejo ana Sabotaje II
have been ordered to attend scnooi
ing at the starting gaie.
" oOo
June 1 will be an unusually big
day at the President uemon ,wacn,
besides the $7,iuu aooea one-mue-and-one-quarter
Gen. Kemon Clas Classic,
sic, Classic, there will be two handicaps,
One of the handicaps will be in
honor of the Republic of Italy, lor
which the Italian Ambassador to
Panama will donate a tropny. ine
other will the 'Cotal" Handicap in
honor of the visitors to the Latin
American Tourist Organizauon
Congress which will be held here
soon. '
: ooo ,:
Thi Sunday hard-riding little
Heliodoro Gustines gets a chance
in set a 'local record of four clas
sic victories in one month. Gusti Gustines
nes Gustines will be aboard Lady Edna in
the S3,00Q-added one-mile Raul Es-
pinosa Classic for nauves, tie nas
already scored classic victories
this ; month with Perdulario and
Raaazza, twice with the latter.
T.trfv Edna's chances of winning
aooear Slim, because she will be
going against classy Romancero,
nedv Sandokan and once-danger
ous Coral. Romancero seems much;
the best here and is expected to
score easily. Braulio Baeza, the
track's leading jockey, will guide
the Haras San Miguel ace. .
Baeza, Incidentally, is well on
his way iowards 0(4ablihlng a a-now
now a-now record for one semester.
. During the lost half of last year
Baoza booted homo 10S winners
to sot tho present mark. Ho has
already ridden 87 winners this
year with 13 moots left to com complete
plete complete the semettor,
- 1 o0o
Four imported thoroughbreds
and nine natives were entered to
run this weekend. The imported
racers are Michaux, Ben Mv Chree
Postin and Creon. Silver Sun, Ti-
MAJOR ASSIGNMENT v
PURCHASE, N. Y. Anton Kr Kr-bel
bel Kr-bel has been given the major as.
isignment of selecting best m show
n catvuisvvi senile viuu
all breed outdoor dog show at
Purchase, Pept. 7.,
, $35,000 TOURNAMENT
I SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (NEA)
i The Dorado Beach Invitational
worth $35,000 will be held in Puer.
to Rico, Dec. 3-7.
WEBB-BEECHAM
MIAMI BEACH (NEA) Spid Spid-er
er Spid-er Webb and Jimmy Beecham, i
middleweights, box 10 rounds of,
less-at"Miami Beach- AudKorium.l
May 30.

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tita, Li Casanga, Silver Girl, Nir Nirvana,
vana, Nirvana, Domitila, Pan Frio, Bosilon Bosilon-go
go Bosilon-go and Buscapleitos are the nat natives.
ives. natives. '
Constantino, a Wiree-year-old full
oeen oougnt to the Cococha
aiaoie.,,xne colt,: is, expected to
arrive to Tocumen' from Buenos
-Aires some time this week.
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Tim Tam Sends Foes
Running Other Way

j By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEAV The trsin-
rc nf thm KHar thr0.vai-iilrla
have now seen enough of Tim Tam,
w go me oiner way. ...
Aftter the somewhat suprising
third in The Preakncss, Mrs. Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Lunn was all infavor of
shipping Gone Fishin' to the Bal Bal-mont
mont Bal-mont Stakes at a mile and a half.
June 7, but her trainer, Charley
Whittingham, .talked her out of it
while humming, ."California, Here
I Come."
Asked if he believed Gone Fi Fishin'
shin' Fishin' could run a mile and half,
Whittingham replied, 'He can go
any distance if he gets away form
Tim Tam."
Thnt gives you the thinking of
all the trainers and means an ex
tremely small field in the Belmont.
Not a few old-timers considered
Tom Fool the fines thoroughbred
seen in this country since Man
o' War. And by now some of them
are beginning to suspect that his
son might be as enod or better
than the splendid fellow which at
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LEARN ALL ABOUT THIS
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four won 10 races carrying up to

136 pounds. ..,. ,, ;:
. TIM TAM IS BRED to be a
great horse and has done every
thing right to date. The -chances
are that he should never have been
beaten. He keeps winning in
Beep mud and on fast strips. He
definitely went the. hard way in
The Preakness. Trapped on the rail
he didn't get out or soft going until
Milo Valenzuela got him. to the
head of the stretch. V ; -.4 j
"I didn't like it but had no choice
explained Velenzuela. 'I was like
driving a car in a traffic ham.
I couldn't go around until I got
the shot at Lincoln Road at the
head of the stretch.' i
Then the move was cyclonic.
The Calumet Farm operation is
coldly efficient to the point of bore bore-dome.
dome. bore-dome. As they were bringing' the
horses for The Preakness in form
the barns on the backstretch to
he saddled. Ben snd Jimmy Jones
stood together on the track in front
nf the (Woo' and watphed; Him Him-my
my Him-my had field glasses on Tim Tam,
Straight . or

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BEE F E AT E R
makes all the difference .
. . BOFTlft, DltllR, CLIARIR
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call or visit our Representatives at
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. Suite 315 &16 Telephone 3-1660
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily

9 :00 a.m. to 9 :00

walking nonchalantly behind
lead pony.

Oil B.A SQUINTED and then
took a walk. He strolled across
the track scuffling the dirt, came
hack and did it again. He had been
over every inch of the track earlier
in the day, but wanted one more
insnection of the surface. Two sta sta-hlehands,
hlehands, sta-hlehands, csnrring blankets for
Tim Tam, strolled up. They had
walked ro"nd the track the opoo opoo-site
site opoo-site route from the wav their colt
ws bemg brought in. They report reported
ed reported to the Jones boys. They had
rive, the track a last minute check
too. :
With Tim Tam in his stall in the
saddling enclosure, a drayhorsa
nearly as bis as an e!eohnt was
clmpd in fomt of it Inside wer
only Jimmy, Whiter Brown and
another assistant. What they wert
doing was nobody else's buiinest
and they didn't want their colt dis-
turoed.
WHEN flM TAM FINALLY wal
brought out there was a slight de de-Uy
Uy de-Uy in th oarade around the en enclosure.
closure. enclosure. The colt was so eager fin
et out on the irack and run thai
he erhi',oiit rt nrV ni out
of the h'nd nuert.rrs o the-lrad
nonv In frnt him. Tt w Hii
wv of wurning to tht
eild get out of ny way. i
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THE PANAMA AMERICAS' AX INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER A.V
WEDNESDAY, MAT !1, 19'
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
" THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION-TELEPHONE '2-0740
Miscellaneous
SERVICES

I CLASS IF i ED $1

Automobiles
We will buy your ear and pay
cask. Ne waitinf ree tape.
Any year make and meael. Ti-
veli Merer a Tiroli Crossing
Tal. 2-4222 2-4224.
Mufflers installed frc. Price
f mufflers en Ford, Chevrolet,
Plymouth $935; all others $12-,
95. Mufflers and pipes. Free
installation. Tivoli Motors t
Tivoli Cresing. Tel. 2-4222
2-4224. .--r
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Alpine
Sport 2 seafer, perfect eondi-;
lion, wonderful opportunity. $1. $1.-175.00.
175.00. $1.-175.00. Call Eskildsen, Colon
Motors Inc. Tel. 2-1 669. Pa Panama
nama Panama Hillman Sunbeam deal-
ers. 'i-
FOR SALE: By original owner
1953 Ford Custom Tudor, excel excellent
lent excellent condition $725.00. Phone
Balboa 3263 after 4:30.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Coun-p
try sedan, 4-door, 9 passenger,
' excellent condition. Telephone
Balboa 2?24.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford station-,
wagon' country sedan 9 pas-
Sanger, Fordomatlc transmission;
undercoating, radio, wsw tires;
blue and white exterior; red and
whit interior. Thunderbird
motor, $1950.00 Taylor, 2172-y
C. Curundu, C. Z. Phone Co-
Hindu 5162... . a,
FOR SALE:-1953 Mercury
hardtop, Mereematie, radio, haatf r
r, excellent shape. Call 1304.
After 5:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Family car, Packard
4 door sedan, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, radio. $400.00. Quae-"
' ty Heights fitrs. 21. Telephone
Quarry His. 414S.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
station wagon. Call Balboa 2- f
3540.

FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
hardtop, wtw radio, Mer-o-,
, malic. Good condition. 1 084
i Balboa. 3-3676.
Club !ieallh Bureau

lbs Softball Scries
rAs:ins( Coco ibloM

The Health, Bureau soft ball
team of Gorgas defeated the Co-

V f co, Solo Hospital team, by a score
a. a mm 4-Unit fKvaa

fir i.i in in even uiicu uu
earn series before a large crowd
on Saturday, May 17, at, the Pa-I
raiso Park.- " M
Guests of honor were Col.
Charles O. Bruce, the health di;
rector, and Robert L. Thompson.
Hosp. Admin. Asst. The game fot
under way at 10:30 a.m. 11 with
Thompson pitching the first ball
, In the first inning after the Co Corn
rn Corn Solo Medics went down in' or
der the Gorgas boys showed signs
that they meant business by get
ting' their first two men on,-but
AoDleton .-. of Coco flo settled
down and Ditched himself out of
the tight spot brilliantly by -get
ting the three Dig bats to pop-up i
in the infield. In the second v the
Coco Solo went ahead with a
home run by Quinones, his Sec Second
ond Second of the series. The Gorgas
Medics came back in the lower
half to score four runs, and stay
ahead in the game. xi
After Coco Solo scored two runs
in the third inning the fireworks
relly began for the Gorgas
team, who displayed power at the
plate by pushing across seven big
runs to put the game beyond the
reach of their fighting opponent,
who scored one unearned run in
the top of the seventh. With the
bases loaded and two out Mil Mil-wood
wood Mil-wood struck NcClean to wrap up
the came.
. Fielding gem of the game 'was
turned in by Marcus Smith who

caugni a Deauutui Texas League hv Croskill, Ciorgas had iz Hits,
in right field. Leading hitters for Coco Solo 6.
Gorgas A. Williams, who had 3 The championship (fame will be
jn 4, L, Marks and Campbell, 2 played i in Rainbow City with a
in 4, for Coco Snln Quinones, had beautiful troohy to be given to
2 in 4 times at bat. ithe winner. It was donated by t.
Winning pitcher was Milwood, C. Mclihenny. adminis'ritive offi offi-who
who offi-who struck sewn of the Atlantic cer of Coco Solo Hospital." "
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MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
Excellent opportunity with, North-American
company for individual (vtlWf experience in
plant and equipment maintenahce. Penna Penna-nent
nent Penna-nent position Write Apartado 4591 with
full particulars and small photograph.

To Residents of the Atlantic Side
, ; Tee & Green Estates :
1 rh i $ i y i- V.'" i.ii v 1 -" 'i i v t -t'-r
it planning to have its Representatives' Meet with
you on the Atlantic Side Friday (May 23) and Mon-

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Apartments

V
V VArAYlAM lllDTUrUT
.Will rent three bedroom com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment for
the months' of June, July and
August, located dose to Hotel
' El Panama. For details call 3 3-7187
7187 3-7187 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
FOR RENT i Comfortable fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom, apartment.
Phone 3-5024, Panami.
FOR RENT: Furnished1 1 bed
room apartment to responsible
couple. May 25th to uly 25th
inclusive. Panama 3-4584
FOR RENT: -Army inspected
, furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences. 4th of
July Are.5 hone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, .down plant,
$80.00. Ave. Jose de Fabrega
No. 16 "La Trmidad" Apart-
ments. i.-r c :. t v r. ;
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment in new,
house, in the Via Fernando de
Cordova No. 1 5, upstairs of the
Muebleria Moderna Sucursal.
TJ. 2.2S83 y 3-4734.
'FOR .RENT: Furnished 'chalet
two Bedrooms, kitchen, living-dining-room,
bathroom. U.S.A.
Army inspected. 45th Street 2 2-33.
33. 2-33. Phone 3-535).
FOR; RENT! For business or
, Itvlnq quarters, convenient rlean
aparfmtnr. Large porch, hed hed-ronm
ronm hed-ronm and dining rnom. 4th of
July Avenue Nn. 13-22 aheve
RWe Agency. Phone 3-2024 or
S78I7.
; FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dinine room,
. bedroom,, wash tubs and
complete service. Enquire at
house No. .7 apartment No. 1,
Pereiil. Phone 3-14812.
FOR. RENT: Two bedroom fur-'
nlshed apartment, 2 bathrooms,
living-diningroom. 1 48th street.-.
Hp. 27, Tel. 2-2504. A.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Spaced suitable
, for storage, shop or store; across
from. Coca Col Company. 3000
I Square feet. W.IT altar to to
- suit, tenant.' Will rent ell or
,vpart. Call I Pinturas Jtjmenas,
Telephono 2-3444 or 2-0857,
; Panama.! '" J
WHEELS AlthouiA the spin spin-ninf
ninf spin-ninf wheels may suggest that
Lillian Rygaard might be enter entertaining
taining entertaining ideas of being a seam seamstress,
stress, seamstress, It's really sailing she has
in mind.. The lovely Dane is
pictured just before she boarded I
the liner Stavengerf jord la New
York to return to her home
In-Copenhagen;.
Medics. -Xosin 2 pitcher was At)
nleton. was redaced in the fifth
this newspaper.

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Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottafea and Laree
. Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phono' Balboa 1866.'
PHILLIPS Oecansido CoHaget
, Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach." f hone -. Thompson,
Balboa 1772.:',' ' ..J...
Rooms
FOR RENT Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room, don- ;
- ble couch, refrigerator, kitchen'
cabinet with attached atove,
bath, and entrance independent.
No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3 3-0638.
0638. 3-0638.
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
,Are ellelhle to finance that NKW
or USED Car "or Borrow on your
preset .ar through v j
Agency
DICK DEHLINGER ;
representlnK l
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No. W AUTOMOBILE ROW. ',
! v. Panama City 'J
': ,-. Phone 3-49S4 3-4BS5 i
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
t s I mtns. (ross the heart of
' San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences in
Suites and Bunralows. all with
private bath.1 Hot and cold water.
V4 Price: S6 atid $8 daily,
4 with meals.
fosatonolrtan kitchen
). ff Hosae irldlng.
t Fr reserVationi P. O.
Manager! Bill and Elenor Jaspers
: Transistor
, ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
Temperature of the sun
ONLY $27.50
International Jewelry
.155 Central Ave.!'
, Phone! 2-2316
LIFE INSURANCE
. ... 1 call 1 ' r
,U JIM RIDGE.'-1
, General Agent
' Gibraltar, Life Ins. Co.;
for rates and lntormatidn
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW1 : ;
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ONLY $24.00
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ONLY 2.3. Lbs.
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' al7 UALITTf PARTS
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; x SAME day
; Special Half Price on transporta- -lion
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.Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Emerson 21 inch
' console television twenty-fire or
xty cycle, $135.00. Balboa
3337.
Panama Lino
Callings
; The Panama liner Ancon was
scheduled to sail for the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus from New York Tuesday
with 48 passengers for Cristobal
and five passengers for Port-au-Prince,
Haiti.-1
. Among the passengers return returning
ing returning to the Canal Zone are An Anthony
thony Anthony R. Nard, chief of the Civil
Engineering Branch,and Mrs.
Nard; George Welsh, chief of
the Employment and Utilization
Division,, accompanied by ,hls
wife and son; and John P Oster,
chief of -the Wage and Classifi Classification
cation Classification Division.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Miss Helene Bernhardt Mr.
and Mrs. John S. Blasko; Peter
H. Brennan; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Bueschel; Mr. and Mrs.; Edwin
'E; Chandler and two children:
Monrad J, Gruener; Mrs. Mario
L. Keller: Mrs. Jovce Kelly and
three children: Mr. and Mrs
Robert E. McBrides and three
children;, James F. McGlola fid
son; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Mat Matthews
thews Matthews and Mr. -and Mrs.' Theo
dore D. Melanson.- t
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R
Nard; John F; Oster, Sr.; Miss
Geneyleve Quinn; Mr, and Mrs.
Ira Rwlszer; Dr. and Mrs Har Harold
old Harold G. Ray and two children;

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DUNCAN LAIRD; JR Fabrication and Repair Branch Super Super-visor
visor Super-visor at Albrook Air Force Base (right), Is shown receiving a
certificate and an award from Maj. William L.iWltham! Main Main-tenance
tenance Main-tenance Supervisor, 5700th Materiel Squadron. Laird received
the suggestion award for designing a speeial heating cabinet
utilizing electrical heating tape to prevent BM supply cards
from absorbing moisture while stored in stocky record units.
The cabineteliminates tb?e repunchihg of approximately lp,000

cards per month saving both
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but Ross Byerg, who lives in Knox County, lni.t claims the
biggest kite in his area. It's 10 feet high and 7 feet wide at.
the crossarm, and looks big enough to carry Its little admirer,
r Susie Myers of nearby Vincennes. Plastic covered, the giant

kite requires a heavy, nyioji
, feet of tail to balance it. In a
fasten the cord to a, post.The
JPrince, pyers' collies"

Home Articles 1

FOR SALI .-Simmons' metal
porch- furniture with cushions
glider and 4 chairs $125.00.
Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Matched Simmons'
metal bedroom set beauty rest
mattress and box spring $150.'
Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Washer dryer, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, water heater, air con-t
, ditienar, 24" TY, Up-right Deep t
; Frecxe and household furnish-
snowballs, and. ice cream will be
- ings. Also 250 piece set Rosen-
thai Gold Band China. Call BASS
3-5358. f, V,,-:,-
FOR SALE: Kenmore auto-
' matic washer, like new,, has only
been used a short while,' 25
speed agitator, water, gauge, 60
cycle) still in shipping 'crate
from the States, contact chaplain
R.G. Nelson, quarters 75-B., Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook AFB. phone Albrook 7128
(7:00 to 3:30) (after 3 30 p.
m. call 3180).'--v.p;i;i,!-'H..;S,,f'
FOR. SALE--Philco rcfriaerator,
dinette set, Rattan set,. $ piece
mahogany bedroom set. Magic
Chef stove., .Very reasonable.
, Rochet street No; 14, Apt. 14,
off Tivoll Avenue,,
TOR SALE: A-1 condition
Norge automatic washer,- 60
cycle. Can be seen at eurtrs
233 Aftrook. Call. 86-7102,
Price for quick sale. ',: -i
Richard J. Salvato; Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh E. Turner and two chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan C.
Waainer, Jr.; Mrs. Frances W.
Watt; Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Welsh and Mr. George Welsh. JrJ
operator time and material,
may have the biggest satellite up,
cora.10, nQia.ai.Ji nijjnv.ana a?u:.
heavy breeze it's necessary to
other admirers are Bonnie and
)

illliilip ymM f l

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1 Real Estate

v fOR SALE: Tbe best' bar in
'town "Club 49" in ; StfMt.
Tel. 2-4876. f, ...r.-., :
FOR SALE: Lots on the most
eselusive, safe and attractive k
beach in the country on the
; banks of the Corona rive A
'private beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 miles from the
city. Easy payment plan. For 1
, information enquire at Alfa
Store, No. 29-110 Central Ave-
nue. Phone 3-6153.
King's sixed lots 80x125, $895.
Still available at PORT CHAR CHARLOTTE,
LOTTE, CHARLOTTE, but your personal repre-,
senlative has a NEW ADDRESS
, MARGARET K. HARDY now.
connected with :; GULFSTREAM
REALTY write me at 480 N.E.
61 St. Miami 37, Florida, for
further information.
GOPers Jcullle
Classen's Bid
For Governorship
PITTSBURGH, May 21 vUP) vUP)-Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania. vUP)-Pennsylvania. Republicans srnMl.
ed Harold E. Stassen's guberna
torial nia in yesterday s pnmarv.
Political newcomer Arthur T
McGonlgle will fight ; it out with
juemocratiC' Mayor David L. Law
rence of Pittsburgh for the execut
ive mausiun.
The organization slates of both
partiesrolled to smashing victories
in a comparative v iisht tnrnnni
of voters.
u Stassen and 13 other? independ
ent .candidates for statewide of offices
fices offices were swept aisde by decisions
oi less man nait tne 2,718,179 re
gis.ered Republicans or the 2,451,i
414 eligible Democrats. 3 u
The ability of party organiza organiza-tions
tions organiza-tions to gerout the "repnlar" vm
also resulted in easy triumphs for
Democratic Gov. George M, Lead Leader
er Leader and veteran Republican Con Congressman.
gressman. Congressman. Hugh D. Scott Jr,' for
their party nominations for ,the
U.S. Senate. They will be oppon opponents
ents opponents in November for the seat of
retiring Republican Sen. Edward
Martin.
The only special elertinn in Tno.
day's voting gave Philadelphia its
first Negro Congressman. Attor Attor-ney
ney Attor-ney Robert C. Nix, a Democrat
defeated Republican Cecil Ft
Moore for the 'unexpired term' of
r-an vnuootf, now a Philadelphia
Returns from 7.748 of the state's
o,iw precmcts gave:
Governor: Republican. VMrfln.
nigle 496,15; Stassen, 2753,650; Wil Williams
liams Williams S. Livensood. 108.999! : Ha.
rold J. Vaughan, 19,114. Democra
tic: Lawrence. 550.653! Rov F
Furman, 140,730; Edard P. La
veue, 43,. .
U.S. Senate:3 Republican: Scott
660,111; Weldorr B.t Heyburn, 135, 135,-653:
653: 135,-653: Harrison A. Mover. R SMR
Democratic: Leader, 546,928; Cla
rence ,r, lowers, ius,40.
.iltJ!' .wna onv" 0 Cor'
should keep his eyes open for red :
lights ond green drivers.-

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U.S., CANADIAN FIRMS JOIN
TO FORM NEW SAFE COMPANY
Twd century-old companies The
Mosler Safe Co. of Hamilton. O
hio, and J and J. Taylor, Ltd., To Toronto,
ronto, Toronto, Canada announced recenl-
lyi the formation of Mosler.Taylor
Sales Ltd., with headquarters in
loronto. ine lormation of the
new Canadian firm represents an
investment pi more .than $1,000,-
..' The neW company lias acquired
and will operate Dominion Safo
and Vault Company, Ltd., Niagara
Falls, Ont., which, manufactures
safes and related security hems.
Dominion i more than 100 dealer
outlets in Canada will continue
to be served' by the Dominion of
Mosler-Taylor Sales, Ltd.
In addition to its own line, J
and J.V.Taylor,.. Canada's largest
safe manufacturer, will "start pro
oucing Mosier products in its
factory in Toronto. :,
WSOMWSf
I BRAVE BOY-There'snotTiing
.3 eood python, according to eight

' to crush the ypungslei. It's' owned by the boy's father, writer
and naturalist iJohann Kratz, rand, sbare asglass cage in the
family living room witli a boa! constrictor, r

US.
t
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w. Mv "Iklv" Adams of Hernn, 111., points to the sign on her

; ... iiV....... 1... v,n iriinir

years and operates "a truck.ng company with her husband
Glenn. What the ceuntry needs is more women truck driver
The says; because the gals are better .at the wheel than men.V

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SECTION
mmmmmm

I -minute car wash $t, tteaaa
cleaning of motor $5. waxing ed
ears 56. Auto-Bane. Trane-lstiW
mian Highway near Sears.

T.V. SET OWNERS, Avail your,
aelf of the best for your T.V.
U.S. TELEVISION often factory
trained 'technician plus mo pick-
up and delivery charges. Phono
Panama 3-760T. V
. TELEVISION SERVICE, ability,
.J honesty, customer satisfaction.
6-MONTHS GUARANTEE. For.
: mer Boston-Miami technicians.
MR. TV. ,f hone Panama 2 2--
- 2-- 3142.
FOR SALE
Swiss watches,'- wholesale price,
. t'OMNIUM
Central Ave. 13-35
First Floor Tel. 2-3992
Protect tour home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basis.' Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
We now reupholster furniture,
- make cushions, slipcovers, ete,
Free estimates. Household Ex
I change. Phone 3-4911 3-734B.
W '.WW'V
s
i
Wm
1,
better than .eurling up with a
- year tld' Hans-Juergen Kratz,
wheel. in transportation, Mrs.
a 10-wheeler lor the past 17)
Ms', w..-tfcW'
'or P1"0"1? attention
will enable us'
. ':::p'rx U

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Slump

Slowing,

conomic Upswing Coming

NEW YORK, May 21' (UP) President Eisenhower said last night he recession
was slowing down andhe foresaw an upturn in the economy. But ,he warned against
the threat of inflation V rising prices and wages, . A;-. : (; .. : i
"We have about 'caught ouf breath.V ; he: saidv"There is nothing wrong with our
oxygen supply." .' J' '- .. ...
; Eisenhower arrived in New York yesterday to give the mam dinner speech before
2000 business leaders meeting to report on industry's progress in combatting the. re recession.
cession. recession. He flew back to Washingr-n late last night. t
Both the President and Vice President Richard; M.-Nixon, who appeared before an
afternoon session of the American Management Association meeting, stressed that the
administration, was thinking in terms of a; r eform of the tax structure rather than a tax
cut which would benefit consumers alone. : v ; ; ; : ; ; v

-We would like a tax structure
which least interferes with
sound economic growth, tnet
president said.
in speafting of the economy,
the president said that "reports
from the country strongly id ideate
eate ideate that the economic decline
of recent '; months is slowing
down." v." 1

Curundu Girl Is
Ilighesl-Rankinq
Grsdusle Of BHS

Although, he said, our econo-l

min troubles are not over there i s

"is a change in tne maKing.'

.'Tharit -will prove to be a
rh"r for tn better,,! have no
rlnuht." he said: n','

The -President received his

most enthusiastic burst of ap ap-Dlause
Dlause ap-Dlause wh,eri he advocated that
labor foreeo waee' increases to

haH, ver i rising costs and
prices";

?nves!?qafon Comb
Wreckage 01 Jet;

rf vMniner

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BRUNSWICK. Md f Mfv 21
(UP) -.i- Investigators -today
combed wreckage of an airliner
nd a jet- trainer that collided
in air ,and, an kroiised public
t :ed- how such accident cai
hapnen and what the govern government
ment government will do to prevent more of
There were new demands for
an fend to the fsee and be seen"
njip that has governed pilots.
Critics called for more central
and .positive federal air traffic
control ;. and speedier output of
electronic devices to guide civil
and military aircraft through
Rifles.

t Six girls and seven -boys- were
bom nt Coco Solo Hospital dur during
ing during the week ending at midnight
Wednesday, according to. the
regular hospital report. During
the same period 75 patients were

admitted and 87 were discnarg
ed. :

The names and addresses of
the parents of the girl babiejs

follow r Mr. and Mrs. Nacal Bern Bernard,
ard, Bernard, of colon; Mr.' and- Mrs.
Chprles Haynes. of Cativa: Mr

and Mr. Jose Mejia,' of Rainbow

City: CT-2 and Mrs. Frank Hoi

liday. of Coco Soloi Mr. and

Mrs. Ra'Dh Stone, of Coco Sold;

Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Coffin, of

Gatun, m : ,

Boys were born to the follow

ing: Mr. and Mrs. carios came

ron. of Colon: Mr. and; Mrs.

Stanley Sandiford, of Rainbow
City; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thom-

avof Colon; : Mr. ana Mrs.
Charles Tavlor. of Colon: Set.

and Mrs. FrpdeTick Walker, of
Coco sollto; Mt, and Mrs. Louis

Kine. of Ramow city: ana. EM,

and Mn. Walter BJortvedt, : of

Cooc Solito.

No Wedding Bells Buf-

Army School Bells Clang
For Young Gert. Trujillo

Kin Glows.
HOLLYWOOD, May 21 (Uf)-r

Dominical' playhoy-general Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Truiillo Jr. went back to

Army school leaving Kim Novak

aglow witn fus praise anq lavisn

gifts.

Trie blonde actress refused to

speculate on the ; possibility of

marriage to tne zs-year-oia iru-

jillo, whose Hollywood "spending

spree rivaled that or tne movie

greats before income taxes,
o Trujillo publicly declared his

leve tot Miss Novak on a tele television
vision television program and said he plans

to return to Hoiiywooa aner ne
compleies his military studies
at the U.S. Armv General Staff

School at FV Leavenworth, Kans.

Young Trujillo, head of the
Dominican Republic Air Force

and son of strongman Raiaej
Trujillo, broke camp In his rent rented
ed rented $200,000 Bel-Air v' mansion,
boarded a special car and bead beaded
ed beaded east. last night, .'v. '.

At the train's first stop at San

Bernardino, Calif a member of

the general's party declared the

young officer was" resting, and

porters refused to let newsmen

enter the caj, hooked at the end
of .the Santa ; Fe Super Chief.:,
The- spokesman said Trujillo

planned to return to the Army

staff school and stay there until
he graduates. ?
Asked If It was true Trujillo

planned to back a Broadway
show for Miss Novak, the spokes

man said there were, "absolute
ly nothing to the reports."

Pappa Glowers
CHICAGO, May 21 (UP) Lt,

Gen. Rafael Trujillo Jr., can keep
on lo'ving Kim Novak for all te
good it will do him, according
o the actress' father.
"He may be in love with her,
but; she sure isn't in love with

him that's tfor sure," Joseph
A.; Novak. 61, said yesterday.

Novak, a transit clerk for the
Milwaukee Railroad, said he's
seen Kim's beaux come and go

and doesn't take any of them

too 'seriously. . j

Novak also had doubts "about

Trujlllo's statement he lavished

a car on tne oeautttui screen
star. He'd brought Kim ud bet better
ter better than, that, the railroad .man
said. 1 i

"When she left home," he said,

"I told her that if she ever ac-
fpnt.prt anvt.hlntr sh didn't parn,

fl'd throw, her put of the house."

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BURNING DESIRE
f.
NEW YORK (NEA) A lab ac accident
cident accident two days before resulted
in second i degree' burns on 'he
palms and arms of Pete Bogdan Bogdan-off,
off, Bogdan-off, but the Columbia pole vaulter
placed in a triangular meet.

1 L.ITTLO L.1S I

Histoty hos to repeat Itself be because
cause because riobody listens the first
time. ' --k wa

Secretary Dulles fo Brief

Latin American Diplomats

WASHINGTON. Mav 21 (UP) SerrHarv nf Kta. Tni,

Foster Dulles has invited the envovs of 20 I.ati n Amprian tin.

tions to meet with him tomorrow for an Informal

views on the world situation, presumably with special attention
to recent developments-in the Western hemisnhcre.

It is believed that he will renort to them nn th

meeting of NATO council ministers at Conenhacen. nnH nt.hov in

ternational consultations- he has undertaken in recent months.

A Joan Dimpfl, (above) daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dimptl
of Curundu,' is the .highest rank-
tag student in the 1958 graduat graduating
ing graduating class of Balboa High School.
' Miss Dimpfl has had all of her
formal education in the Canal
. Zone schools. To attain the dis distinction
tinction distinction of beine' first in her

class of 191. she has maintained

a straight "A" averafie for. the

cast four years, besides being

active In other school work.

During ner iresnuieu ycm.,
she was on the Student Council,
served on the freshman picnic
committee and was a member of

the. Math Club, in ner sopno

mure VCiU. jusui woo v

in ember tf the Math Club and

. .1 At- jIrmIk., AAmmlff aa

, .... .i

: During Miss Dimpfl's junior
"year, she was the class secretary,
chemistry laboratory assistant
and was a member of the Christ

mas formal dance committee.

. She" Is presently the secretary
for thfl Student Council and is a

member of the National Honor
t Society. She is also sponsor of

Company "C" in the Balboa

ROTC Unit.
, ... ..... ... ," ... ... ...... . ... ...

Her present plans call for her
to matriculate at Oberlln Coi Coi-'
' Coi-' lege, Oberlin, Ohio, and to pur

sue studies leaaing to applica applications
tions applications of mathematics in indus

try and research.

Paris Tourists Treated To Unwelcome Riot Thrills At Clashes
Between Steel-hel meted Police And Communist Street Fighters

By TOM A. CULLEN
PARIS, May 21 (NEA)- For the
price of a beer at a Paris sidewalk
cafe, an American tourist can wit witness
ness witness one of the most violent spec spectacles
tacles spectacles this side. of the bullrings of
Seville: clashes between b t e e 1 1-helmted
helmted 1-helmted police and lunatic, fringe
fdscists ;' ;' 'A' A' """ (
Although the French government
has 'banned all public meetings,
sporadic clashes have been a night
Iv feature on the Champs Elyseo.

They are '.providing ( unexpected

and jnostlV i unwelcome tnrius lor
American businessmen and holi-dav-makers
who find themselvos

here at the moment of ministerial

crisis and revolt of generals in Al
gcrii:r '";' 1. 1 j' -Outbreaks
of vlene blow up
without warning likt, squalls at
tar, At on momant an Amtrl Amtrl-can
can Amtrl-can visitor it sipping Dubonnet

In ptac at a ttrraca table; the
next moment leather jacketed
"uihi eTie 'swinging d ewn
Champs Elysee chanting "Death
' Vi Fr-jrth Republicl De
Gaulle to Power!" y
It is one of the characteristics of
the present Crisis that all shades
of public ooinion claim General
Charles De Gaulle as the -hero and

savior of France. Although some

are grayheads, the demonstrators
are mostly young ex-servicemen,
veterans of the Korean and Indo
China wan, who have fallen for
passwords of bate and counsels of
despair. : .-i-.':..'
, Many are' former paratroopsers
and admirers of Gen.vMassu, one

of the Algerian revolt leaders. Led
by men of distinct fascist ideology,

these are rebels r-without' cause,
French versions of James Dean.
As demonstrators "approach

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Place de la Concorde, riot police
ar waiting for them, It is here
a'i Concorde, scene of the guillo guillotine
tine guillotine during the French revolution,
that the most Violent clashes oc occur.
cur. occur. N ,
( To Americans sitting' at the ter
race cafe; the scene is as unreal
as a faded newsreel print of a
Munich beerhall brawl in Hitler's

day. A newsreel can come to life,

however, when police chase dem demonstrators
onstrators demonstrators through the cafe up
stptintr tables and drinks.

:; The only American casualty' In

farlv brawlini; was a camera-hap

nv tourist who fell' from his chair

o which he was standing to take

movies. He sDramed his anKie.

To a foreien observer, v Paris

seems made for riots. Tp begin

with, Parisians are highly "Vola "Volatile
tile "Volatile -and given to taking to the
oitroptu to demonstrate, whether

it' isainst livina costs or like

Latin Quarter studants-r for the

sheer joy of it. i ... ; :t
4 Someone hat thoughtfully lined
the .streets with paving atones
that can easily be torn up and
built Inte barricades. By a hap happy
py happy coincidence; Tuilerits Gard Gardens
ens Gardens is fenced with iron palings
that make handy weapons.

rnmmunlst and. fascist street

fighters know all the not tactics.
They are experts at scattering
marbles in the path of "mounted

nniino n that, both horse and rid'

er go sprawung.i iney nave ueuu

known to cut horses namsirinns

with razor blades 'attached to the

end of canes.

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RIAA: BA' DARDEN, chief of. the Canal. Zone1 police, was one of the speakers at the opening1
of the Teen dub in Balboa. Governor and Mrs. W. E. Potter are among the guests of honor
seated on the stage, "! .. ..,.-
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The result Is that the mounted

Dolice are now obsolete, t h ei r

piar j taken Dy momie guarcis

who make mass charges w H a

night sticks.
1 Anti-reDUblican agitators are al

so expert at cutting fire hoses
played upon them and tossing tear

gas bombs bacK onto tne ponce.
Police preparations In the pre

sent emergency have been unob
trusive but businesslike. For ex

ample, in front of the Palais Bour

bon where tne National Assembly

meets; black police wagons crouch

on opm siaes ui uie ctaue uic

giant water beetles.

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Their occupants are ready at a
moment's notice to go into action.
In modernizing Paris in the 18-

50's, Baron Hussman, its planner,
had revolution very much in mind.
His boss, Napoleon III, was much

alarmed at his low standing wiui
the public. As a result, Baron Huss
man mre onen .whole section of

Paris and lormed the tops off of

trees so there would be an uninter

rupted field of fire sltould- there

be a (popular uprising.
) In doing, so incidentally, lie
gave' Parrs some of its finest boule boulevards.
vards. boulevards. Hussman also fixed the, site

of military barracks' at strategic

points in the working class quarb
ers where they remain to Ihis day
this once more historic and trial:
some day 'for France. .

The unexpected meetine was

scheduled for tomorrow at Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' office at the State Department.

Many envoys were pleasantly

surprised to receive the State

Department call asking them to

oin the secretary for an infor

mal excha"; of vlews.i

Thus Dulles was resuming
the practice of conferring with
the Latin diplomats in the
wake of attending an interna international
tional international conference a practice
he had suspended for several
mnnt.h .. '" V ,.

The secretary. wn returned

last week from a NATO .council
meeting at Copenhagen, yester-

dav cited the meetings with the

imbasadors us an example of

how he remains in close touttfi

with Lstln American matters.
The din'omats expected Hul Hul-les
les Hul-les to brief them on the NATO
.meeting as well as on several
other international consult consult-tions
tions consult-tions in which he ba ensraped
Jn recent months without aft
erwsrds driving them accounts
.of the events as hi did after
'other confTences tast year.
''The last time Dulles met with
th envoys wps after: he -Purls
NATO meeting in December

where he proposed closer con contacts
tacts contacts between NATO, the Organ Organization
ization Organization of American States and
other free .world i regional ;; al alliances.
liances. alliances. -n-...
In addition' to discussine the

general International- picture,
Dulles Is expected to' concen concentrate
trate concentrate oh the recent trip to South

America ot vice President; Rich

ard M.,' Nixon and on,' various

problems of inter-American rela
tions focused by that visik

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'Time Liniil Drama

01 Treason, Opens ;
iur.d:y In Anton

"Tim Limit!" the drama which

opens at the Theatre Guildegin-i
ning the week of May 26, is con-1
cerned with the -ques.ionof .wnat
kind of brainwashing pressures
could make American soldiers: of
seemingly certain loyalty, become
collaborators with the enemy in
nrUnnsr nf war camps. When GI s

were tried at court marUals alter
the Korean war lor turncoat acti activities
vities activities many Americans w ere
shocked and puzzled.
Henry Denker and Ralph Berk Berk-ey,
ey, Berk-ey, the authors of "Time Limit!"
started : writing their play afte,
seeing a television interview with
a man who had not broken under
this pressure, although he h a d
nearly done so. This was, .Gen.
William F. Dean. 1
, iBut the characters and situation"
of '"Time limit!" are all fictional.
Most of the action takes place in
the office of a compassionate judge
advocate played by Roy Glicken Glicken-haus.
haus. Glicken-haus. charged with investigating

the case of a captain, played oy

Charles Walsh who had "gone ov
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20 for the Bible School; with th
dates of, the camp set at July 28
through August1 8.
Vacation Bible School is espe especially
cially especially designed for those from four
Co sixteen years of age. Planned
activities by trained leaders will
assure two weeks of Bible study,
handwork,, fun, and (s p i r i t u a 1
growth. ;
Kach child is asked to help with
the expense of the buses by pay paying
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sportation. transportation. The school is free of
charge including all literature,
handwork, and refreshments. All
are invited. i
The popular Taboga" : Island
Youth Camp, sponsor! annually
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bv, assisted hv aduft counselors. I

This activity V La Restinga Be i
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ite favorite activity of the. young' people of
the church. O.hers who will add to
the success of the-camp will be
Mr; and Mrs. Joe Christopher, who
are expected to come from Quito
Ecuador, to assist.
A trained lifeguard and nurse
will be present each of the two

weeks and every effort will be to

see that the young people have a
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