The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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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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University of Florida
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

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PANAMA; R. P, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1938

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" WOUNDED POLICEMAN Richard Meehan, young Canal Zone ; ANCON SISTERS eiamlne rattan -chair In their home which
cop -was wounfled in the back by a sniper's bullet. He is shown J was grazed by a bullet, during; Thursday's shooting. That's
being helped toy other policemen and bystanders who rushed Kerry Keneally, 2!i at the left and sister Prinny, 5, examining
i him up to Gorgas Hospital in a police car. Meehan suffered the damage. A second bullet Is still embedded In the wall of

only. flesh wound and today Is back home testing up..

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At Curundu

Thirteen Panamanian youths

and teenagers, some carrying

knives and Molotov .bombs,, were

arrested by MPs at the Curundu

rear gate this morning and arrest

ed.

The group, which ranged in ace

from' 15 to 28, is in Balboa jail

awaiting trial Monday on charges

of trespassing on a military reser

vation. ' ; .f- .-,V

Zone Police said today they were
continuing their investigation' of
the case. ft.
The MP guards at the Curundu
gate began arresting the youths

at 7:45 this morning when eight

tramped through the area. A

search revealed that the trespas

sers were carrying knives and

combustible liquids. Six more were
picked up at 8:30 and at ,10:45,
making a total of 13.

Presidencia

Cites

Spokesman
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Some Current Meed

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, "The Keneally house, a wood-'en-framed
building overlooking
the Ancoi District Courthouse,
waa- hit around noon. One bullet
grazed arattanf chair, and a
second one entered a wall in
the living room, and: is still
embedded there;.
; Mrs. Keneally said today that
; .he had iseven children eating
lunch atf her home that day,
four of iher own, and three of
her friends children who live
ln Panama City and couldn't
get home from the Ancon
achool. t
gpess we were just
Iucky4" t the pretty blonde
mother r say today with a
slight ahiver. "The kids had
eaten and went into a back
room tt play when the bul bullets
lets bullets fief in. I can tell you I
was pretty petrified."
" At that point she gathered
the youngsters into her car
and headed for Balboa and
safety, j,
. Her htisband Berry, a Cus Cus-,
, Cus-, toms employe was at work.

Meehari, who had been on

the force only three' months,

said that he had been trying
to keep people -away from a boy
who was bleeding to death in
the street near J ptreet and
Gorgas Road when he was hit
shortly after noon. -J
At first he heard a zing "like
you wing a baseball'' and then
he thought it was a rock.
"As he turned around to see
if it had been a rock, he felt
a ; stinging sensation in his
back and knew he had been
hit.

It fell out when he reached

Gorgas where he was taken in

a Canal Zone police car. Hos

pital authorities .declared his.

injuries to be a flesh wound in
the small of his back.

Younir .Meehan. who loined

the police., force after he was

discharged ;from the: service,

(he had been an MP at Ft.

Clayton) said that his regular
"beat"; the day of the heavy

shootine was supposed to be at

the Tivoll Hotel. However most

of the force was summoned
to 'the : boundary line around

of July Avenue that day.

He says he's ready to eo back

to work next week, but was

told to rest up a while at home.

Many, Zonians".')clay jrB .tjiU.J'tiins.th r-trer-eitec ta-.r, wi'iday s battle between Panama ttudentt and Ta-

tlon&r Cuirdsmen during which"bullets zinged across sth -fourth of July f.boundary line,, landing In aeverai Canal
Zone residences, and Gorgas Hospital. 'j ; iiv t" ';'''
Politj-iTian Richard Meehan who received a flesh wound In the small of his back by a stray bullet was the only:
Canal Zorje casualty listed in the Thursday affray. He was back hcmef tod'v "feeling very JuckyV that his wound i
was not (of a serious nature. ,' t ) r
- Meanwhile, it was reported1 that two bullets entered Gorgas Hospital, another found its way to the homo of Dr.
R;H. Rujlp at 0211 Ancon,' and two were lodged in the living room of Barry Kenealy at 307, in Ancon.

I guess I'm lust lucky,", he

said today in his Williamson
Place apartment in Balboa, and
his wife and oung son were

inclined to agree.

U:d:r.!;!::d Plans
Fires Qn British Sub ;

jn SEATO Exercise

LONDON," May 2t (UP) A
British subamnne was fired on
by unidentified aircraft while she
was en, route from Manila to Aus-
The Admiralty said the sub submarine,
marine, submarine, Aurochs, had been tak

ing part in the SEATO exercise

Ocean Link.

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Fcii Itcbbo, Cccoli
Hcsntr Scficols
G:l l:vj Princbl

John Fawcett, teacher and
flu-ector;aft the Balboa Gymnasium
has beenppointed principal of the

t on ivaqDe ana uocou Elemen Elementary
tary Elementary Schools, it has been announc announced
ed announced by .the Division of Schools.

' k ,He wJl succeed Miss Kuth
Creasy, who will reare in June

alter Ji'iears ot service wun tpe

Division pi Schools.
A naUe of Colorado. Fawcett

ts a graduate of the University of
Redlandstin California and receiv

ed, his master's degree from San 'Monday morning.

Diego State College. His studies
have qualified him for" botirteach botirteach-er's
er's botirteach-er's and 'school administrator's
professional credentials of Cali Cali-fornia.sHe
fornia.sHe Cali-fornia.sHe has been employed with
the Canal Zone Division of Schools
: imce m6.
Well 'known on the' Isthmus
through) his promotion and man management
agement management of the Balboa Relays he'
has also been active in the Pacific
Twilight League. .. -" ;

' Miss: creasy has taught fifth and

Pcnama (ily Loafers

Picked Up In Zone,
Gel 30 Days In M ;

Two Panamanians who looted
Panama City shops during the
Thursday rioting were picked in
the canal Zone carrying a small

portion of their loot.

Both were found guilty or va vagrancy
grancy vagrancy and were sentenced to
spend 30 days In jail addition to
a $25 fine bv the Balboa Magis Magistrate'
trate' Magistrate' the defendants, Richard

C. White. 34, Bnd Jose G. Cam

pos. 46. v
White was nicked up on Roose

velt Avenue at 2 n. m. on Thurs

day. He was carrying three shirts

stolen from Ata, a store, in ra
nama 1

, : Campos, who was found

around St. Marv's School, was

holding: a bapr with several pairs

of trousers stolen from a factory

in Panama City.-
The -owner of Ata. who ap

peered in the Balboa Station to
identify his property, said that
he' had been looted of about

$1300 worth of merchandise, in including
cluding including cuts of cloth, which have
not been recovered.'
' There is a posibilitv that the

two vagrants may still be charg charg-el
el charg-el with "bringintr stolen proper

ly into the Canal Zone."
Shipping People
Discuss Problem
Of Ldid:Up Ships ;

ROME, May 23 (UP)''' Samueliong delegates from: 'twelve coun-

Cardinal's Condition
Worse; l!o Details

Given By Doctors
' ROME, May 24 (UP) Samuel
Cardinal Stritch, suffering r from

the effects of both a cerebral
stroke and a weakening of the

hesrt muscle.. I'took a turn for the

worse tonight," his doctors report'
ed.

Details of the worsening in the

70 year old Cardinal's condition

were not released immediately.
A spokesman for the Cardinal's

suite, speaking also on behalf of

the doctors, said only at 3:50 p.m.
"The Cardinal has taken a turn
for the worse".

Physician were summoned to

the sanatrix clinic where Stritch
has lam partly paralyzed since

An Admiraltv spokesman 'said

the exact date of the attack was

not yet known here.

The Admiralty said that the

sub's skipper, Lt. Cmdr; C. A.

rrencn, reported that she was

machine-gunned by hieh-flyineun

identified aircraft. .

The submarine dived and took no
retaliatory action. There were no

casualties.

jne sun is expected to arrivel

iu oyuney yai me ena 01 mis
month,' 'the ; Admiralty spokes spokesman
man spokesman Said. ."

Gov. Poller Will
Speak Af Memorial
Day Services
The Atlantic joint Memorial Day
committee has received word that
Gov, William E. Potter will be the
principal speaker at services at
Mt. Hope Cemfteryon Ma 3Q'
Col:' Arthur May will be'" th e
Grand Marshall The Veterans vill
be represented on the staff by pant
VFW department commander A.,
J. Kucikas and.; American Legion
past department commander, Nick
Olson.
The Army Band, the Col o n
Bombero band, the N a 1 1 0 n a 1
Guard and a unit of the Colon Na.
tional Guars will form cart of !he
ceremony. The ,sea services will
be held in the. afternoon.
; The complete pregram frill .be
released shortly.

Slocks Again Rise
Bui Vilhout Guslo

NEW YORK (UP)-Stocks ad.

vanted again yeserday but the
rise lacked the gusto of Thui'sda's

session, ,
Gains of a point or more were

fairly numerous in the list, with
some of the oils, metals, and
rails up that amount. :

All major groups as measured
by the averages showed gains,

with utilities at a new 28-year top

ana rails at a new high since
Oct. 16, 1957.
Western Pacific featured the
rails '.with a gain of 2 v points.
Chesapeake and Ohio rose almost
a point and Illinois Central, de;
spite a dividend cut, rose1, a ma major
jor major raction.
Strength in the rails reflected
the belief that some favorable
legislation will; pass this session
of Congres. ,i t
Oil; reflecting an improved
production picture, boasted gains
of more than a point in Amerada,

Shell onH ITninn Dl A" f'nlifnrnio

Steels chalked up fractional, gains

with a few of the leaders touching
new. highs..'.

"There are many issues at. stake in Panama," a Presidencia spokesman said to today.
day. today. He had been asked the causes of the current troubles.
Asked if the'situation is primarily political, he attributed it to a "conjunction of
forces," some disaffected financial groups, and partly to the students who claim-th
administration has neglecte'd education. He added: "That is not a fact." ""t

He added that Panama has many needs for roads, for schools, for sanitarv-fa-

cilities. The rapid population growth has made these needs urgent, "but we don't havt

the tacilities. , ,

A foreign correspondent asked who the administration
blames for the trouble. The spokesman said he was not author authorized
ized authorized to say, and that would be a question for the President to
answer. V i-o r r!-..'.-i .;'
Under further questioning, he said he could discuss an issue
which has been subject of discussion in local Spanish press.1
He outlined that the government has been trying for the
past six months to get a loan from United States bankers to
build new roads, schools and other important improvements for

the city or Panama, such as the new Balboa Boulevard along

ine cay iront to raituia. I ;

In order to build that boulev., ; The Savlncs Bank (its wind

ard," he explained, "we have to ows boarded; up) was open for busi.

go -through the shrimp company

installations. : :
He added .that from the begini.
ning there has been a vicious cam campaign
paign campaign against the boulevard, call call-ing
ing call-ing it -a "sumptuario"' (luxury)
rather' than a necessity. He added
that everybody in Panama knows
who are ihe chief owners of. the
shnmo comDanv.

Continuing, thi"spokesman em.

phi'i7cd: 'i am not a'MtSKijfwny.
body "hi particular ', ; ?
Asked whether the p f e g e n t
trouble had anything to do with
that last year when First Vice
President Temistocles Piaz broke
with the President and the Liber,
at Party, the spokesman said he
did not know. i
Asked what is thi next move
expected, ht said: "The sovern.
ment is trying to gt the country
as calm as possible without us.
ing force.
1 "But the government Is deter,
mined to maintain order, and
-has the power to do so."
Most Central Avenue st'ores
were still -closed this morning; but
a few grocery and' food stores a-

long the main avenue were open.!

One supermarket on central

near Santa Ana was wide open. It

seemed to be doing a good busv

ness but there were no long cust
nmer lines.

Some stores hadN their metal
eates open just wide enough for

one nerson to enter, at a, time

National Guardsmen, some oil
foot, others mounted, were sta

tioned at many points all along the
Avenue rom 5th of May Plaza to

the Cathedral

ness, as was the Banco Nacio-

nal across he street. Reported.

ly an Danns are open, xne popui.
ace on Central today resembled
more' the normal crowds of shop.

pers than hasbeen the case ; for
several days. Many people were
about, but f ar fewer r than on a

normal Saturday

'. .i.. 'Tj,
National guardsmen' wre Vriding
-iff' airport- pickup- taxis, it was

learned, to give visitors safe tran

sit tp and from hotels. Air travel
into and out of Panama is greatly

reduced. f
: Developments yesterday includ
ed: ;

The few buses which went into
operation stopped running shortly
10 a.mi Stores which had opened
also closed, because there were no
shoppers. i
i
Grocery stores which remained
open, however, continued to do an
overflow business.
Th rrtt of Ruben O. Mlro.

, principal defendant in the Re.
. .j iu

mon asasinaiiDn irmi, as a
"preventive measure," was offi officially
cially officially confirmed.
The ; management of Hotel El
Panama has requested police pro pro-tection
tection pro-tection for'their employes who
were being harangued by groups
urging them to. join the general
strike. s
Typographers Union announced
today that It would go on strike
indefinitely at 5 p.m.. today.
O ficial sources a'so confirmed
the arrest newsman Manuel Ma-

Cardinal Stritch
Continues1 Slowly
To Cain Ground

Cardinal Stritch "continues slow- tries conferred here privately yes

ly to improve" following a cere- terday on the problem of laid-up
bral stroke suffered monday. his;shins. i!

I?, rffi ".t'",11 ana Bal-I. The 70-year-old churchman still meeting Said an international com
:S y, Schools and serv-t is confined to bed at the Sanatn- mittee would be set up to discuss

ed as? principal at Pedro Miguel
and Diablo Heights before assum assuming
ing assuming direction of the Fort Knhiie

clinic, where he was stricken five! and submit schemes to ease deep

aays ago. sea tramp owners dimcuities.

j fx ,. tiuviu uuiu i uiiju uv.tui fuuiuiics rcjieseniea were vbii
ana .lcoU. schools three years a-told i newsmen -"'Cardinal Stritch ada. Dnmmark. France. Germany,

.',. .w ,eaye 'Jhe Isthmus continues slowiy to improve."- Greece, Italy, Japan, the Nether-

' TiiiiiLii iii iiiMKt i nnma in i ,i n riiTTni nnriti a ihika waIamm i r i ci...:..

i . . ... w' i, ii iu. niv uvlqijo ncic i cicdB" idiiua. itiiiwdv.. tiwcuen. wib.ci

ed.T land and Brit-'in.1--

Floridi.

The Aurochs Is 'part Of a Bri-t

usn suDmanne' squaaron stanon stanon-ed
ed stanon-ed at Sydney. Her 33-year-old. skip
per took over command from Lt.
Cmdr. S. H. Kempster recently.
French has been living in Austra Australia
lia Australia with 'his family.
The Aurochs,, fitted with snor snorkel
kel snorkel breathing apparatus for long
underwater trips, has been in Aus
tralian waters more than two
years."

She was designed for service in
the Pacific. ,. ,
The sub displaces .1,120 tons, and
is armed with a fourrinch .gun and
a number of machine guns.. .
Disability Checks
To Be Distributed
Next Thursday ;.
. Disability relief checks for tornt
er employes in the Panama Canal
organization will be distributed

next Thursday, it was announced

at Balboa Heights.

The earlier distribution of ; the
checks was authorized because

Friday, May 30, .will be observed
as holiday in the Cans) Zoe.
This is a usua1 nractice when the

scheduled dav for distribution be

curr-on a nonaay. -w-ji

CENSORSHIP

Our Spanish section is being submitted, to a rigid cen censorship
sorship censorship which has not asjet been imposed on the English
section. -
The Spanish section said today that they cannot even
publish that they are being censored, nor can they say any-,
thing about the -actual happenings of the day.
They cannot publish the fact that there is another stu-.
dent wounded today? that communication from Santiago de
Verafeuas is completely -eut off.
They are beinsr withheld from publishing any Interna-,
. tional news from the United Press.
They cannot publish a protest against an attack mane
on a morning newspaper; they cannot even publish the list
of censors. .:" ' '"' v' '':"

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. -fVWWofVW-wnowMUAA JfMiMINU'.-X

ria Valdes and, allowed newsmen
to visit him.

Yesterdav unidentified rmmi

broke the plate glass windows of

me newsrooms of El Du and stol )

a typewriter.
Bodies of two victims f Toes,
day's disturbances were taken to
the interior under police guard
to be turned over to ; relatives
for burial. -.
Father Reinaldo Gomez, a .U.S..
born Catholic priest went on tha
air over a government radio net.
work and urged parents to get
their children out of the Universi.
ty, .stating that the student move.
ment is being influenced by com.
munists.
The same 'network repeatedlr
warned parents that the students
were being led by Cleto Sousa and
anotrier.knowa. Communist "leader,
both of whom-are -well versed in
showing seeds of discontent;
Anli-US Thrcafj

Force School

n Ocirul To Close

BEIRUT. Lebanon ftlPY rt,

440-student American -community
school in Beirut closed yesterday
as a result- Of anti Amsrican

threats. .

School Princioal "CI a r n i

Schutz of San Francisco mri

the decision after receiving a
mysterious letter which warned
the institution faced "extinction"
unless the United States shows

sympathy to our cause

v Schultzv said the letter.- signed
'the opposition," apparently was ;
a threat to put the school to the
torch. He immediately informed
the U. S. Embassy and the Leb
anese government.

ihe letter was written In Amhii.

and warned: "If you don't chrftr

your attitude toward the Lebanese

people you will be sorry.'
It was believed the letter' re."
ferred to United. States policy
which has favored pro Western
President Cami'le -Chamoun
against efforts ,to pro Egyptian

eiemenw to unseat him.

Schultz. said he decided tn rln

the school because of the "diffi "difficulty
culty "difficulty o' maintaining normal con.

mions." He lso noted that .only
15 days of the school year re.

mainea. .-

He said the school' fn hnard.

ing students, the children of
American oilmen in .1, Iraq and
Saudi Arabia,' would be sent home
immediately.

Saeb Sa em, chie' of the anti.

government ooposition In Reirut,
telenhoned Schultz after hearing
of the note and said he nor his
organization had anything to d

wun a. He o fered to send soma
of his own suDnorters to protect'
the school i' Sfhnltz requested.

ADOut naif of the 3?0 day stu.
dents attending the private school
are non-Anericans.

We re Out On A
Caed Strike
t
There will be no Panama
American tomorrow.
The Typoerapbers Union hai:
railed a strike starting at I p.
m, today.
until further notice, '"yon
will be deprived of your Panama
Amerlran.
.We'll be back, just as toon as
we can.

REDOUBT 'Aerial view" of the National University where some -1500 strlklnsr students are

IJaledVup apparently planning their, next move In the campaign to force President de la Guar-?,
dia to fire Ed.utation Minister Victor N. Juliao and,: the three top commanders of the National;

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SEEK FREIGHT LINES

WINSTON Salem. N.C.'fUlM

McLean Trucking Co. has askel

the Interstate' Commerce .Com

mission for authority to purchase

Haye,s rreightf Lines, Inc. for
more than $1,050,000. McLean also
said it is seeking temporary au authority
thority authority t to manage and operate
Hayes until the ICC acts tit- i
the purchase application.



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THE MA It BOX

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',. COMMISSARY QUALITY ;
6ir:Most of the time I enjoy reading the Mail Box, but every
so often I get fed up with all the complaining that goes on re re-;
; re-; earding the quality of merchandise available in the Panama
Canal commissaries. No matter what brands are offered, there-s
always someone who wants 'something else. Do these peop e
know how many different brands of most products are avau-
ableirom'time to time I have traveled with my family across
the United States. Repeatedly we have fopnd; that the soda
waters we like best in Texas are not available around New York,
and the cake mixes we prefer are not to ,.be found in Texas
stores !"': -':"-.' ;. -;.--ij-'
Obviously, youcannot have everything all the time, and
since the local commissaries are subject to many .limitations, it
is unrealistic to expect them to carry everybody's favorite brand.
The best they can do is carry those brands which are most in
demand with the local people and in some case., those brands
which are available in proper tropical s wrapping. v'JV,
As a point here let me mention that the cereals and: packag packaged
ed packaged cookies sold In the Balboa Commissary are invariably -fresher
than those to be found the shelves of the Army commissaries,
which more often than' not stock the cereals in plain boxes
without cellophane cover. ; , ,
Yes, I agree that the items avfeflable locally are not always
the best but that is a statement which can be heard in many
places throughout the world, even in the good old U-5.A., and
when you come right down to it, -I don't think the local situa situation
tion situation is bad at. all s -; ; 1 .
' "V- I've Been Around

CALM AT
Sir:

Having been in the Ancon schoolhouse during the shooting
on Thursday, I must take this means of congratulating the An Ancon
con Ancon School principal, Mr. Michel, as well as the teachers. vv
At a time when bullets were flying around the little school school-house
house school-house yard, about 35 children who live in Panama City and had
no way of getting home were gathered into one ropmj which
was considered to be safe, and kept there until, some decision
could be reached as what should be done, f '.
The children were certainly aware of a tense situation, but
the extreme calm which the principal and teacher .maintained
was'contaglous. ,
"Let's see who can add this up which of you is the smart smartest
est smartest in this room," Michel Challenged the youngsters, and while
bullets whizzed by, they concentrated on the problem on the
blackboard. Then they sang songs, and ate lunches (which were
sent for from the Tivoli). :"v"' V ::: "V.VV li
Although stray bullets had been picked up in the yard, this
did not fluster any of the teachers who remained with-the chil children
dren children making sure that none left without prbper supervision.
iThe parents in Panama who had no means 6f reaching their
children should feel extremely grateful that there were com competent,
petent, competent, able teachers around and a.wondejful principal who all
worked beyond the call of duty "no protect the fyoungsters. v.
I hope .wheh they givV -out Awards1 for Dthef valiant deeds
tKarthey do ot -forget this handful-of people who deserve all

of our tnanKS. w
SHOPPING
Sir:

The crowd of women waiting each day to get into the Bal Bal-.
. Bal-. jtjoar commissary reminds me of the war years in the US when
a rumor went out that ft certain hard-to-get article would be
avaUable for a few liours. This -mad rush was excusable.
U It certainly seems v. that the Panama Canal Co. could do
something for the housewives, many of whom are working
-mothers, w expedite shopping both in the clubhouse and in the
; Balboa commissary, v a-v-' -h,
Offices and schools in the Zone open between the hours of
7:15 and 7:45i A. housewife is forced to spend at least an hour
I waiting to get into do her shopping if she, plans to stop off
i after taking her children to school. This hour is wasted since
Jit is impossible to return home and accomplish anything in the
s house and get ready to go to the commissary in an hour.
s The same is true at the two-hour noon closing. Most work work-ins
ins work-ins wives have something to do on Saturday except to spend
hall of a day waiting in line to get the week's shopping done.
, Disgusted

TOOT,
Sir:

As a resident of the .West Bank, I have found the service
rendered by the public buses to be fast, courteous, and efficient.
Since so few agencies' down here seem to offer such quality
service, it seems only right to mention that here, at least, you
can get your something worth while for 15 cents..
- Not only are these bud drivers offering fine service; they
are also trustworthy as witness the many children who travel
to and from Balboa on the buses, without danger or difficulty
of any sort.
More power to the company and to the fine drivers on ouf
route.-
t' i -, -- Navy Tyife

COURTESY.
Sir:,

- The Panami, canal Company often awards employes for out
standing service performed on the job,

I suggest that they offer an
on the Canal Zone oollce force.
the opportunity to observe these
the Zone. The. Incidents did riot
the law.

Some are gentlemen and as courteous and helpful as anvone
could possibly be. Others are inexcusably rude to both canal Zone

residents and to Panamanians

talked to by -a Panama ofncer as I have heard members of the
Zone police force talk to Panamanians, I would avoid going into
the city. This inexcusable rudeness is not only bad for relations
between the Zone and Panama but gives a bad name to the police
force.which some of our officers do not deserve.
For Caurtesy.

i PANAMA
r T T- WrmMm.
m. J n -ta

HAIS-FlLb-WUR-NEEDSl

AMERICAN

MANAMA AMCSMCA Mill tMC
ANCON
- j
f Grateful Mother
CROWDS
TOOT
AND COPS
award for courtesy to the officers
On several occasions I have had
officers in the line of duty in
involve serious infractions of
.
visiting the zone. If I was ever
AMERICAN

Labor News

And
Comment
- By VICTOR R1ESEL
It took considerable research,
but iu can now oe accurately
reported, that our. government
nas more secieuy stocxpuea
away than Zsa Zsa Gabor nas.
Tnese are stockpiles of every everything
thing everything irom jewei Dearings to
bismuth, Irom opium to leath
ers, from antimony to zinc. This
tonnage is cached at 218 secret
depots, supposeaiy safe from
destruction by the type of bomp
which could be huned by the
monster mechanism which
threw bputnik ill into the air
These stockpiles are constant constantly
ly constantly watched and 27,720 inspec
tions in the post six months
nave made certain that the
material has not deteriorated
and can be used when and
if, of course it is moved into
standby5 plants after a Soviet
Hydrogen attack. v
That is, if we have any plants
leit into wnicn, to move the
stuff. We may not have, many
At least that's what the sU
mutated Russian thermonuclear
bomb attacks" tm May 8 and
9 appear to have proved.
Not for two months will be
know how really effective the
"boyiet raw a Pentagon
war game, of course was.
We'll know sometime between
July 8 and July 13. This is,
the Pentagon and the Office of
Defense Mobilization will know.
Its ;. experts are" now con consuming
suming consuming the incandescents in
a two-month study to learn
just 'how many skilled work workers,
ers, workers, company executives, busi business
ness business headquarters ': and key:
plants were destroyed. These
were "hit" by fiye and 10
megaton Hydrogen bombs car car-Intercontinental
Intercontinental car-Intercontinental ballistic mis-'
ried in. the warheads of Red
siles thrown by the same
rocketry which shot the third
Sputnik.
Sometime on the mornine
of Juiy 8, word will be secretly
flashed to some 200 men to
make their way to a hidden
rendezvous. Among them will
oe tne international Brother Brotherhood
hood Brotherhood of Electrical Workers', se
cretary-treasurer, Joseph Keen Keen-an,
an, Keen-an, and other labor chiefs. How
many other union leaders de
pends on the number who re
spond to a' letter just dispatched
to xnem Dy ajsi-uio president
George Meany. .
Meany urged his colleaeues to
get into the government emer
gency set-up, Keenan and Mea Meany
ny Meany .want' the U.S, Labor De Department
partment Department to set up' a reserve of
secondary ; tebor leadership if
the-first e elon as wiped out
in a raid;---' v .s.. v.t
As soon as th6 200 labor lead
ers, government officials and
Dusmess executives are eather-
ed, they will be whisked to dif different
ferent different parts of the country
depending on the analysis of
the devastation wreaked by the
May 8 8 "Soviet attack."
Judging' from early reports of
this mythical assault, scores of
cities and thousands of plants
were, wiped out.
rne task. then, of the 200-
men flying sauad will be to
bring some production order out
of, chaos and get the .stand-by
plants back into the operation.
Their time target is to set suf sufficient
ficient sufficient industrial wheels in mo
tion to get ; vital production
wnippea up w m two months.
That's the best we can hope
for if we eet hit.
This will mean drawing on
the, stockpiles and either truck trucking
ing trucking them or shifting them bv
railroad, if these aren't blasted
or saootaged.
First priority, of course, will
; be the swift resumption of
production of weapons. Appar Apparently
ently Apparently we're still building Ato Atomic
mic Atomic Energy Commission in-'
stallations around the coun country,
try, country, although we have enough
bombs to wine the smile oif
Comrade Khrushchev's face
even if he's deep in a Ural
mountain cave drinking min mineral
eral mineral water. s
Therefore.; those must be
stand-by plants. Evidence that1
such secret projects are being
planned was observed in a
private talk the other day to
leaders of Joe Delaney's Inter International
national International Union of Operating
Engineers. The AEC man spoke
of some highly technical equip equipment.
ment. equipment. He asked the union lead leaders
ers leaders v to make certal nthat the
government had a steady supply
of skilled hands which could run
certain .elements of the bomb
making factories.
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'

Walter Winchell In

LETTER FROM A DYIN0 MAN
''Great Maadowi Prison,' Corn-
stock, N. Y., April 21st, 1958- Dear
WW: When a guy is cominfi to
the end of the line, he likes to
get some things off bis chest, pay
off some debts and go out naif
satisfied that he wasn't all heel.
I'll give it to you straight, Walter,
as straight as I'd like you to give
it to those it is aimed at. During
the past several years I have had
talks with the Prison Chaplain and
Rabbi Hyman Gokdin and now I
know I must disclose certain facts
which might help certain people.
''I want to help young man
who bafirandad 'and hslpsd ms
wjisn I naadad it most, l.wsnt
ts hslp bapl Tumafewho oncd
turnad ma down with: s warning
which hat corns ; to past. She
turnad down my. off or of mam mam-bsrship
bsrship mam-bsrship in ths Communist Party.
Tha bus it sating ms up but
bsfore I turn In my hand, I'll'
Issve this st my good dssd. It
it jut about ths only good thing
I svar did in my lifs. It it tott totting
ing totting ms my cats dough, a doubts
sswbuck, ($20) to gst this typsd
and out of hsrs. I ows ths pso pso-pis
pis pso-pis I sm going to toll you sbout
much mora and if anything corns
of thit through your column, I
will considsr it good .Invstt .Invstt-msnr.
msnr. .Invstt-msnr. ,'. .
4lAs for myself, you and I have
known each other for over 35 years.
i was wrtn variety ana 5ime (Va
riety's founder) started me in
show business by putting me in
with Texas Guinan at the Del Fay
Club. That was about 1924. You
were a happy newlywed then with
lots of ambition. Mike Salter and
my Berlin sent me out to' Max
Winslow who was with Harry Conn
then at Columbia Pictures. When
Maria Jentza came to the West
Coast she set me tn with Wini (Win
me Sheehan) at Fox. I stayed a-
bout nine years. I let all of you
down. I went over the Communist
Party in 1939. Karen Morley broke
me in. I took favors from Max.
money irom Zanuck and Rnnvon
and plugs from you and all the

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CRISTOBAL 2121

Asking for a Swamping

time I was in the employ of the
Communist Party.. ...
"I worked for a ruthless leader.
His name changed ai often at his
snirts. ne may be listed as (delet
ed by WW for police and FBI
reasons) ana Karen Morley (Ed.
Note: She has been cited many
times by gov't agencies as a sub subversive)
versive) subversive) gave me orders at first.
But she was too open about what
ne wanted secret. I worked on
people and set then up for the
kill. Money, girls, narcotics niade
them all come our way, but once
they were party members, the mo money
ney money stopped but the party member-
snip scayea. Then the blackmail
started, -.-
"I started to brssic sway from
ths party sbout etsn ysars, ago. I
wnan i gor-mytsir ammaa. up
thsy broke with ms, Sines that
tims I havs givsn complsts data
to the lata Ssnstor McCarthy.
Ssnstor Knpwlsnd hat complsts
data in his pottittion. Ths Vslds
Committss hat hsd thit data for
ovsr tan ysart, a complsts snd
sxact rscord from party filst I
turnsd ovsr.
"For about ten years,1 I have
sent you small notes which you
may or may have not printed. I
was sometimes not able to read
your column. Some jot the noes
referred to a voune man bv the
name of (deleted by WW). I set
him up for a duck shoot, but when
I needed a quick C rote t$10"
to leave Los Anseles. all my pink
ish friends turned me down and
he came up with it. I tried to pay
you. You can check this info with
the FBI. Los Angeles branch. A
gents Prichard and Hood will en
lighten you. The late singerBud singerBud-dy
dy singerBud-dy Clark gave them the story. He
was an eye witness to a fight in
a famed restaurant near RKO Sla
dios.
"Friends Eddie Walker and Bob
Perrv sent (deleted bv WW) hr to
see Damon at the Fox Studios
Damon took a liking to him and
they hit it off. Damon called him
the best idea man he had ever
met. I imparted this bit of info tcrl
PANAMA 2-2904

Mew Yorfi

my leader, who immndiatplv rip
cided to set him up tor the any.
We worked him eood. Tnvpstipar-
ed him since his birth. Karen
Morley tried using the pitch that
she was born in Iowa and he had
attended the same State Univ. It
was like trying to dent 'a brick
wall with a tooth pick, lie came
up with a story called 'When Dawn
Comes." Damon helped: him cn
some M it and St was submitted,
iusi tu irox wnere Julian John Johnson
son Johnson liked iti but then it made the
rounds of other producers my lead leader
er leader (name deleted by WW) put on
me pressure. A
o- L V """lion Wll.lV.lttl
m the U.S.) who was my leader's
boss and No. One man in Commy
nil J ... A ........
"Zarubiri ssr it, ts JossnSfa JossnSfa-Im,
Im, JossnSfa-Im, who aporopriatsd it as his
Own and u tad It a a propagan propagan-da
da propagan-da pises in ths Korean War. Hs
called it 'Our Dawn Will Corns'
;...ln Juns of '4 s fight took
P1" I" thst rsstsurant nssr
RKO, Hollywood... My Isadsr
(dslstsd) ipat in commy chisf's
ifacs. Hs flattsnsd (dslstsd) and
P.S.r nam,nfl overy Rsd in ths
U.S.) went seattsring sll over
ths placs. Ths pblics earns snd
teo quickly forgot ths Incidsnt
for a.twsnty dollar bill. Thsy
svsn hslpsd sslvsgs thoss pap papers.
ers. papers. Whan I saw two man tall
out ths country for $20 (my coun country,
try, country, too, a country that wai good
Jo ms) I felt sick to think I wis
lost as low. Whan thst hsppen hsppen-d
d hsppen-d I quit ths psrty and faded
out, but only after I squsrsd my myself
self myself with my country and my
conscisncs.
."Two things have bothered me
m the past ten years. On is th
fact that the only men who had

EXi? .J10 UP nfl "SM ridiculed De Gaulle nerhans
lor his rights, the only man who more thn Churchill. He deilM deilM-f0,
f0, deilM-f0, tfcl0!? ,foru,1.e,in moneyed in tllin? the story of how he
5?n -.It f hT1" itin U?' was pnd nhurrhin tried to iret T)e
wnriS Silyw(lod 11 is strang? n"U "d general Girav the
lL" 1? Vichv, cnmma-der at Casab)an-

meaning, can impress Stalin
. u pv-wiut .iu ... tia
nougn to cau it his own.
"But it could not impress Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood despite Runyon's recom recommendation
mendation recommendation or (deleted) influence.
Every Red reader in ; the studios
was alerted hr turn down any
script submitted by (deleted).
Buddy. Clark told the stnrv nt th-
J3a!rJ'.in ih?J restaurant) to the
' inree montns later when
Buddy was killed in a private plane
it. was .no accident. Gas was si siphoned
phoned siphoned OUt Of the amall n1in.
at Oakland before it took off for
h l ?ear '.deleted) is now in
N.Y. CltV DOlltlCSi Vprv rlnea tt
peopie ciose to the Mayor.,. Steve
. iyy
V,1 n wa? inen 8 Partner of that
nouywooa restaurant. He waj a
by stander t the fighL Lana Turn Turn-er
er Turn-er turned me down cold when I
tried to trap her into party mem-
"ersnip. bne warned me that if
I didn t mend my. ways, I would
wuiu up in jan. sne was so right.
"One more thine.' Karl (delet (delet-ed.by
ed.by (delet-ed.by WW) killed I Serge kubiJ kubiJ-stem
stem kubiJ-stem H eas bein? blad'tiailcH
by the Communisf Party of which
he was a member. They killed
him because he refused to con continue
tinue continue Davine blarbmnil Th.
kept increasing as his wealth in-
creasen. rorgive me, Walter, I
haven t the emirate t n ,;..
I who l am.. Even my confinement
nere is ,noi unaer the name you
know me by; As Ben Bernie used
to say of you: 'Walter will go far,
I hope jo'.,.Or as Sime (of Varie Variety)
ty) Variety) would ay: 'I'll psy the check.'
Please pick-up this one (signed)
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PORTSMOUTH, England (UP)
A new royal navy destroyer
squadron of three battle-class de de-stroyers
stroyers de-stroyers was formed yesterday for
Mediterranean- service;- fhe squa squadron
dron squadron will leave early next week
or Malta. It is commanded ,by
Capt. CD. Madder.

W

' t y
PARIS. you can get almost

any opinion -you want of. thejbecause it was th."berinntaKof
most important man in France American coolnei toward8 &

that nobody really knows what
Gen. Charles DeGaulle: 'stands
for on such important question
as Algeria, least of all the rab
ble-rousers in Algeria who want;
him to take over. ; h
Those who know De Gaulle
intimately,, however, say that
his ideas are so progressive that
Algerian colonialists would be
shouting out of the opposite
side of their mouths if they
really knew them. De Gaulle
favors a confederation of North
Africa linking Morocco, Aleeria,
and Tunisia, with virtual in in-denendence
denendence in-denendence for Algeria.
Franklin Roosevelt once re reported
ported reported that De Gaulle wanted
to be a combination of Jeanne
D'Arc and Georges Clemenceau.
W'Jiston Churchill, referring
to the cross of the Free French,
once remark!: "The Cross of
Lorraine is the heartiest one I
have to bear."
Cordell Hull. when Secretary
of state, referred to D Gaulle's
organization as the "so-called
Free French."
But thofe who know him well
Doint .to his merrioires as ev evidence
idence evidence of .a brilliant idealist.
They saw he has the wort pub public
lic public relations in the world: that
he has a genius for antagoniz antagonizing
ing antagonizing neonle: that he is not hostile
to the TTnited States, would lm lm-madiatelv
madiatelv lm-madiatelv outlaw th Communist
nartv; ,tip be will firht any
en piny of France, but never a a-ea'nst
ea'nst a-ea'nst his own countrvmer
not even against communist
countrymen.
IN CHURCHILL'S HAIR,
Those who knew him in. world
War n found him to, be tem
peramental, conceited, -strong-4
willed, but freouentiv'pble to
put his flngf on what was
wrong with allied oolicv, In the
summer of 1943 he wrote' a let letter
ter letter to the British and American
governments comDaring Allied
strategy to the beating .of a
drum. -v
"No one man Is, beating the
drr"i..M he wrote, "hut a host o
heet'es arc bounrins un and
down o" it, a-v they think they
are nesting it."
A Jpt of people at the time
tnnugnt ne was ngnt.
Kven durinar the war De Gaul
le had. Ideas about autonomy for
and had a, stormy, session with
Churchill Aver Egvnt and Pvria.
Critical, of British military
leaaersnrp. i)e Gaulle offered to
take over the entire Allied Com Command
mand Command in North Africa. Churchill
turned nim down
Durins the war the French
worshipped De Gaulle. He had
become a symbol of freedom. To
many ne is still that symbol.
Eden recognized this fact in
th summer of 193 when Chur Chur-r
r Chur-r hill wanted to fire De Gaulle.
Fvlen argued that he had become
such a svrrbol that the British
ou)d not tear down: the man
tnev nar" nnllt up
Instead Churchill call a press
conference in which he blasted
De Gaulle as a latent fascist.
accuse nrnv of stirring un the
French and Arabs in Svria a-o-sinst.
th British, and claimed
ne Gaulle leaned toward
"rench-Russian control ; of Eu
rope.
Actually De Gaulle has prov proved
ed proved himself atronsrlv anti-Russian
and anti-Communist, v
FDR ft DE GAULLE
Jt was FDR, however who
.m .'ttvM'.rw Thai InMdAnt la im.
cn.
nortant, f rst. because It showed
De Gaulle's unwillingness to
compromise with Vichv, Whlh
manv French felt had sold
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13 Iroquman
Indian
14 Individual
15 Radio
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2 Medley
3 Deprivation
4 Occasions
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3 Lion's
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18 property
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24 Male cat
27 Church recess P
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34 Plentifully
36 East Indies
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38 Places
39 Dutch painter
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46 Votes
49 Pheasant
broods
- 53 Fourth
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54 Lathe part
56 Seine
57 Woody plant
58 Site ot Taj
Mahal
59 Lock and
60 Rowing -implements
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France down the 'river- second.
uauiie. ; - I
Here is the incL'.ent as TDR
used to tell it;
. "We made numfrous overtures
woth'sidps witl no succejs,",
explained FDR. Iciraud was
willing, but De Gaulle turned
us down flat. Fina!fc m dfspera-
Chu'rchill5"16 t0 -Wlnstoa
haye a shotgun wed-
Churchill got a bier Ifliiff-h nut
of this. Roosevelt vent on to ex explain
plain explain that he Drcmisprf t. -in
duce the. brld(-r,iriiif
Churchill would nrovide the
groom De Gaulle, rhurrhm
said he would carry out his end.
'Finally cam the day of ths
wedding.. We hai the i-hiimh.
the. padre (FDR jointed to him himself),
self), himself), the. bride, and the gun.
But the croom 'failed -to show
un. Churchill rcuMn't produce
him. When ashed what tv.a
I trouble was, the prime Minister
?" neaa ssaiy. re Gaulle,
ne sft'-d, had chaneed his mind.
ine situation looked pretty
k fvs'" Roosvelt continued,
iimi 1 "an; onenr ar
Who dv n rtoiii" v.a
a.'i'd ChnrchUl.
The Prime Minister replied: :
I do. I say. I hadn't, thnnrfc
about that. npnri r n...n.
is being financed bv the British
Kovernment. I believe you havs
someth'ne." j
So Churchill tint: th matt
n n coM turkev tl De r,suie. tha
President. sue"stine that h te'l
th eenerai "No- come no caw
"Beiieve it, or not," sidM the
President. "De. Oanllft showed nu
in Casablanca"
'ithin th Tirfc
24 hours."
However. the;
wedding' tp
never roTisiTmrri
as too tituhorif. 'I4 t
De OuUe was constantly strlk strlk-in
in strlk-in rfrarnptjt; attituds.
"What -rarceneedi it a a-reat
soi'l In this h-prof wr. h
said one day. am that soul.1
"In the next'Kreath ne'.nanl-
le eot on the suhlert of Jeanna,
T5'Arc, who, he. said, had rome
out or tie skie to liherPte the
French in another period.1
"T am the' jeanne D'Ari. of
this era,' the general proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed v
However,! Roosevelt also paid
tribute: to DevGaulle as hei
nassionately 'dedicated to the
libera tlori of; Franre. arH being
unable to rest unt'l the French
people were relieved of the Nazi
yoVe, .i
Thar- is the backeround of tht
man to .whom motn and mors
Frenchmen are turning in their
-resent crisis, a man whom the
United states may have-to ret
alone with whether ,iwe like him,
or not. i
iipi
The use of military -.camouflage
is ancient; it is known to -save
been employed byiGeng byiGeng-His
His byiGeng-His Khan. The British began
the individual use of xamou-
Sage in India, about the middle
of the 19th century, They used ;
earth-colored uniforms :ipstead:
of the brilliant reds and; bluest
which then were popular. ; I
6 Brltsnnlcs Jr. EBcyclipdIs
28 Death
28 Kind of moth
30 Sea eagle '
46 Money,
, .depository
47 Toward the
' sheltereissldi
48 Old Irish
'' castle
50 Venetian',
magistrate
51 Unbleached
52 Card game
55 French articV
31 Burn
33 Man's name
35 rod '
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN DtDEPEXD EXT DAILY NEWSPAFE2V

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' Sit b withsffi thJappeal of Briffi W roll Tommy stage and embraced the X's 'in tEe
cV.JJ .nJ TthU pal iust doesn't have them. Overcome with huge audience1 squealed with delight, but Vive place m ine
: S !SlL Cts and weeps! S during Steele sun was short-lived as the gendarmes moved in to escort her
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OXFORD. England (UP)

Christopher Waddie, ,23, said he

was insulted and ; told Denis

Cross, 20, to choose his weapons.
Cross ; picked champagne bottle

corKs.
So i the two Oxford University

undergraduates met in a driving

.rain at 6:30' a.m. yesterday for a

auei ot nonor. it proved a
corking, good show.

v-The argument traced back -two

weeks .to a discussion between

!he two men. : Waddie ; accused
Cross of using an "unpleasant

woro ana demanded a retrac
tibn. When Cross refused. Wad.

die challenged him to a duel with
the right to choose the weapons.

;Two men were staioned 10

yards apart on the lawn of Lady
Margaret Hall, .one of Oxford's
women's, colleges. They wer
dressed In top hats, white shirts

ana DiacK trousers. ;

5 Standing by were their seconds,

armed with' three champagne bot
tW each. Physicist Thomas LT!

rich acted as umpire.

At tne signal, corns started
popping. No hits were scored, but
the argument was considered set settled.
tled. settled. The duellists were applaud

ed by pajama-clad women under-!

French Customs i
Put Guard On
'Rebel Shipment

PHILIPPEVILLE. AlfferU fUPl

French customs officials placed

a ueavy guara yesteraay on mine
tons of cargo seized aboard an
Lalian freighter and believed des destined
tined destined for the Algerian Moslem
rebels.
The vessel, the Missina, was al allowed
lowed allowed to leave port Thursday
night after, its captain jiad been
questioned. It headed for the
eastern Algerian nort of Bone.

The Missina docked here

Wednesday night from Trieste to
unload a cargo of wood. French
officials, who regularly check the

cargos of visiting ships for goods

possibly headed for Algerian Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists found 350 cases of sur surplus
plus surplus American uniforms, radio
tubes and cloth cartridge clip
covers in the hold.
Authorities said the uniforms
and radio tubes were addressed
from an organization in Trieste
to parties in Tunisia. :

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THE OTHER END Stan Musial has had so many cameras
i pointed in his direction since joining the 3,000:Hit Club that ;
' the seven-time National League-batting champion decided,
i to make a movie of somebody else. And he's on the target.

graduates attracted to their win windows
dows windows by the commotion.
The contestants then forgot

(heir differences over l glass of

champagne. v

AIRBORNE ROCKETAn Army H-19 Helicopter airlifts a

"Uttle John" rocket during a training exercise conducted by

"v-f i 4. um uaiiu aix uuiiic jivisiuu aifvik niass, ivuiui vaiuium. auijs
V exanplines the mobility of the helicopter in tactical operations.
: 'The Little John is an 18-foot, short-range, surface-to-surface
' a i artHery weapon.

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Taylor have been going steady.
'He is the last of MGM's great
! star line-up of days gone by.
I Still handsome, youthful, he's
, on film No. 75 "Party GirL"

t An& Shirley, beam Tight back
in her aevr Halo, hat, She's one
' 61 th tamed ", Aquamakjs of
Cygress, Gardens.'

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' V INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
. We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages :
or other securities
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CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks J :
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes. '

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film, "Man of the West." Seems 'that she's the first movie West- 1
em heroine to do a strip-tease. She 'does it at the order of the" -nasty
villain, here played by Jack Lord, in order to save the
hero, Gary Cooper, from an Adamsapplectomy.

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TEX r5A.MA AMERICA AX IXDEirMJENT DAUT NXTTSIMn
SATTT.DAT, MAT 21,

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BRIG. GEN. AND MRS. M. L. OGDEN WILL ENTERTAIN FOR
COMMANDING GENERAL AND MRS. THOMAS L. HARROLD
Brig. Geiu and .Mrs. M. li Orderi" will entertain at a
' cocktail buffet Monday evening at their quarters at Fort
Amador in hoonr of the Commanding, General, US Army
Caribbean and Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold... Guests will include
Army staff officers. y v v

Despodida Honorinfl
Mr. and Mrt. R. E. Forbt
Mr. and Mrs. James K. Stark
entertained at a dinner last eve.
ning on the patio of the Tivoli
finest House, in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Forbes who are leav
ing the Isthmus on Wednesday.
Other guests included Mr.-and
Mrs. Frank Bryan, Mrs. -Mae
Davies and Mrs. Angie CasewelL
' The Forbes will go by plane to
Denver, Col.; whey they will at
tend the graduation of their daugh
ter Joanne. The plan to spend the
summer in upper New. York state
and go to Tucson,. Ariz, for the
' winter. Mr; Forbes is retiring
from service with the Panama
Canal Co. Mrs. Forbes has been
' employed as school nurse.
Pfcivnts
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change, Mcxana
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too. Absorbent
cornstarch bate
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Invitations Extended for Tea
Honoring Georgina Blach
.Invitations have been extended
to the Alhrook Ladies' Sodaliiy.
the Balboa Altar-Rosary society,
and the Catholic Daughters of A A-inerica,
inerica, A-inerica, as -wed as to military
and ..civilian- ladies not arfiliated
with any of, those groups,, to at attend
tend attend the : silver tea being given
for Miss Georgina Blach at the
social hall of Sacred Heart cha chapel
pel chapel in Ancotf between the hours
of 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Monday.
Going to a tea 'will be a rath,
ej novel experience lor the
guest of honor, who for more
than five years has been a lay
missionary in Chiriqui province.
For one thing, she won't have to
arrive on a horse her usual
mode of travel on the mountain
trails. She won't have to wear
jeans and western boots, in case
the horse gets stuck in the mud.
nor carry her sleeping bag at the
saddle. ,
Instead, this "catechist on horse
back" will tell of her experienc experiences
es experiences ini Chiriqui, in a short talk to
be given during the tea. She may
tell oJ her adventurous crossing
of the Rio Chiriqui Viejo on a
tuco." a fallen tree wanning
the river extended 15 feet above
the fast-tlowing mountain stream.
Since she lives on tpe cnarity of
the generous Chiricanos she' car.
ries no food in her saddle bags.
And she has become a connois.
teur of conejo, frijoles, and wild
pig served in the little villages
she visits. She carries her kero
sene-run lide projector on her
horse, m order to give Mustrat.
ed religious talks in the towns
she visits.
Miss Blach' i base of operation
it the town of Concepcion. But the
parish she visits encom pases a
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Panama
9.40
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thouand square miles, with a po population
pulation population of 35,000, served by three
priests.
Miss Blach's home in Los Al Altos,
tos, Altos, Calif. She is a graduate of
the San Francisco Cdllege for
women, with a major in chemis
try. During World War II she
worked as an industrial chemist
After doing graduate work, she
later taught lor eight years in the
California public schools. She join,
ed the Missioneros Laicos de Cris Crista
ta Crista Key, a group o. lay. people,
men and women, who instruct
people in the Catholic faitt.
She worked -irst with Mexican
groups in California, then went
to Maracaibo, Venezuela, to help
in a hospital run by the Medical
Mission sisters. ",.
She came to Panama in 1953,
and has worked in Chiriqui since
then. He work is almost exclu exclusively
sively exclusively in Spanish, so much so that
she almost forgets her Englih
between Tare visits to the Canal
Zone. However, she has just re re-turned
turned re-turned from a month's leave in
California, and is again well
versed in her native English so
that she can greet tea guests pro properly
perly properly at the affair on Monday at
the Sacred Heart spcial hall.
' (CONTINUID ON PAGI FIVE)
PROTESTS CONSTRUCTION
EAST; BERGHOLT, England
(un Journaust Handoinh
Churchill and humorist Paul
: Jennings joined yesterday In pro protesting
testing protesting the contraction of a Paris-style
public comfort station in
the heart of this picturesque village.-
'
"If such a 'place were built It
would cater only to the sort of
people who come on tours.. wear wearing
ing wearing hats saying 'Kiss me quick.
they said in a letter t the local
council. '
RESUME FLIGHTS
PARIS (UPL-The Ministry of
Transport announced the resump resumption
tion resumption of regular commercial flights
between France and Algeria yes
terday.
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' .There's a special reason why Nescafe"
is this' country's favorite instant coffee!
, In the countries all over the world where
vV Nescafe is enjoyed, NestU's make a
N blend to suit each national taste. So yowr
Nescafe1 it blended and roasted just to your
liking. And, because you make it tastantly,
.'"I you get frtsh coffee with every cupful
coffee at its fragrant refreshing best ;

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"Inside Russia Today." the im
portant new pook written by Hohn
Gunther, is among the dooks plac placed
ed placed in circulation this week by the
Canal Zone library.
I Books reviews nave called the
new 'Inside' book scrupulously ob
jective and fair minded. It take)
the reader inside this continent continent-size
size continent-size country and reveals it geo
graphically and historically, as
well as in political industrial scien-
tifice, military, and above all hu
man terms.
Included in the Panama collec collection
tion collection this week, is an article by
Vic Dunaway, former Panama re
sident and now sports editor on
the Miami Herald. The article en.
titled "Panama, Tropical Land of
Endless Waters," was printed in
the April issue of the outooaru
magazine. 1
The names of the new books and
their authors announced by the
Library this week follows:
. Non-Fiction: Best Plays of 1956 1956-1957;
1957; 1956-1957; A History of the English English-SDeakin?
SDeakin? English-SDeakin? Peonies. Volume Four:
Charchiil; Inside Russia Today,
Gunther; Boat ana De uamneo,
Lariar; Alexander Hamilton, Mit Mitchell;
chell; Mitchell; New York City Guide and
Almanac 1957-1958, New xok Dai Daily
ly Daily News; the Earth Changers, Wil.
son; A Testament, Wright; and
Course in Making Mosaics, Young.
Fiction: Exile and the Kingdom,
Camus; The Clan of Silent Thund Thunder,
er, Thunder, De Folany; Two by Two, Cell,
horn: Here Lies M argot ; Hill:
North from Rome, Maclnnes; Time
and the Hour, Spring; Ride the
Red Earth, Wellman and The Nar
row Search. Winterton.
Added to the vertical file: Sum Summer
mer Summer Study in Latin America, 1958,
Panama American union.
BUYS COSMETICS FIRM
HOLLYWOOD Calif. (UP) -Levin
Psrfums. Inez Friday an.
nounced purchase of Antoine Cos Cosmetics
metics Cosmetics Co. for an undisclosed
sum, Antoine was previously a
part of the Lightfoot Schults divi division
sion division of ASR Products, Inc.
time for
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THE DANCE TEAM, Harnett and Dunn, executes one of the graceful dance steps which they
use in their dancing classes held on the Isthm us. They will present a Jamboree on CFN-TV
Tuesday evening at 7:30. Participants will be members of theh- latest class in ballroom danc-

. NOTICE TO MY PUPILS
BOTH OLD AND NEW
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR SUMMER VACATION;
JOIN ONE OF THE MANY CLASSES tTAUGHT :
AT TIIE BALBOA YMCA BY
DOROTHY CHASE
' Eight weeks of fun and opportunity for all ages v
during June and July includes
. Ballet, Tap, Toe, Baby Classes, Tumbling for Boys and
-,- Rhythmic Exercises for Women.
Registrations open Mav 2& and 29 from 3 to i p.m. ,;
. at Residence 7-44 Las Cruces St. Balboa. v
For further infolnation call Balboa 1751. .,

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HOTEL PANAM0NTE
BOQ U ET E ;
Announces its closing for the
rainy season on June 1.

Reopening for

will be announced before hand.

The

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Sheerest luxuryperfected jrotection are now y6urs with ..;
New Modess. Only Modess has this new fabric cover that's
incredibly spft . and white . and sheer, with thousands
of tiny perforations that absorb instantly and completely:
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MISS GEORGINA BLACK,
Catholic lay missionary in the
province of Chiriqui, who will
be the : honored guest and
speaker at a tea given by the
Balboa Altar-Rosary-- society
Monday afternoon.
POPE GREETS VISITORS
' VATICAN CITY (UP W-Pone
Pius XII received 60 members of
the U.S. National Catholic Rural
Lue Conference in an- audience
here yesterday. : e
(Jhicken
with Jice.;.
makes a soup that :
tastes just right!
Chicken so sweet and tender
. . rice so fluffy and white I
, 2) kinds
of Campbell's
Soups..,
so much
, enjoyment
,' ..in each!
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"My husband Lkej me to be a
blonde, or I wouldn't go througir
this ordeal every three weeks," weeks,"-said
said weeks,"-said the youngish matron, sitting
in the beauty shop with all the
ugly goop covering her head the
goop that keeps her naturally dark,
but graying, tressei a gleamins
gold. , . 7; ;
) So in an attempt to create the'
illusion that she is stili the gla,
mour !irl her husband marrietf,4
this year-old moiher of thread
diets and dyes, while her husband,"
five years older, eats what he'
likes and doesn't worry over his
receding hairline, j ...
It's, not an unusual situation,
More and more American men
seem to feel that it is the duty
of the wife to stay -young-looking. v
attuer what years do &
the husband. ;t x -,.,J
So long as the wife maintains,
the illusion of youth; the husband husband-apparently:
apparently: husband-apparently: doesn't feel his- own
age. He can't let her grown plump
or gray, because if she does it
makes him feel old.
Well, it's an easy way for a"
men to kid himself, that he -oat
drunk from the fountain of youth.
All the effort and selfdenial fall
on the wife. s
It's shft whn

" beauty salon, goes hungry
auJU, puis ud wiin me tire
22S "ihor kSPin8 her hair
dyed the mini, ha J ,u.

turn lettmg U S'aduaUy

It's she who hop fully nat
triJtV lnd lotion on her ace and
St0 P er jBhla line from
veloping around her eyes
,FM V DI,me her she
wcasionally. wishei Ohat the illu-
S of vyou.th VeWt so important
5mhiLfI,2?b.n; lfil werenX you
'l f i?t W women would
comfortably and plumply
hJr LJCe S.long after Ley -have
graduated fDbm that class
nwm
laefc fjefle for Ineluslae In ihh
6!umii""aKouM KiiibmlH.J
.tvit-writtaa Jmbi. and m,U,4
tha bos numbtr listed daily in So So-Jirf
Jirf So-Jirf and Oth.rwlsi."' delivarad
V band to tha office. Noticoa of
meetings' cannot oo accaptad fcy.
.laphono-w;...;,';,
Panama Chapter Uo.H i
National Sojourners V
Heroes of .'76 Panama 1 Chapter
No. 35, National Sojourners, the
George W. Goethals Camp will
hold its. regularly acheduled meet meeting
ing meeting at Club 20 oft- Wednesday
night. Rations will be furnished.
Club 20 is located on -the Clayton.
Curundu Road adjacent ; to the
rear, gate to Albroofc Air Torce
Base. All ''Heroes" lhave been
emended an uvitati.p4.tor, attend.
Panama Canal Natural History
The 275th meeting of the Pana.
ma Canal Natural Histnr Rnniatv
will be held Wednesday at t h e
ucwisii ircuaic nuHiu uuuuing oq
La Boca Road, Balboa, at 8:00
p.m..' t 4
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' The speaker for the evening
will hp a Tr)rmar JnrpsiHnn onJ
long-time member of the Society,
his lecture will be "Canaf Zone
Pnlnr Piilondar TnlnrsJ liriak
will be used for illustrations".
uuvj v:m to
rnproioa Skin Amazingly
. Lathar face a full mimita twioa
daily with Cuticura Soap. Ap Ap-ply
ply Ap-ply Cuticura Ointment nightly.
Sea blackheada, externally
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exciting new eoft.
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SATtT.DAY, MAY !i, 1958 ''
pACf fit:

TIT2 PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDEPEXDIN'T DAILY NIWSPAPE3 V

( Socia 1 an d Ollicrwit c
. .' s Qon lin utj

Harnett am! Dunn Praiant
TV Danes Jamborees
Harnett and Dunn, dance in instructors
structors instructors and exhibition dancers,
will present i dance jamboree
Tuesday evening at 7:30 ever
CFN-TV and radio. v :
Because of the intesrest dis-
played in the' jamboree which
ire held for the students after
each course, they are presenting
the show for the public.
. Twenty students will participate
ta the event-two groups of five
boys and girls. They-will do the
i;nK,,n rh, nm Cha. the

Stroll,' Merengue, the Hop, ana
the Hokey Pokey Swing. Tney
Will be danced, using the steps
which they have learned at the

. Harnett and Dunn stumo.

TW students are Charlotte Kiss.

ling, Tommy Sheppherd, Branda

Barnhouse, uougias rriesier, tseu
sy Dykes, Gordon Boswet! Sheila
Reynolds, Michael. Dorset, Leode Leode-lia
lia Leode-lia Robertson, Fred Riesh, Carol
Kapinos, Billy Coy, Susan Soyster,
Carl Mable, Da e Searle, Ricky

seihy, vaiene spencer, uavia
Hale, Prisciila Plischke and Den Dennis
nis Dennis Dale. v
- i
On their recent trip to toe

states, Harnett and Dunn studied
in San Francisco and Hollywood,

Calif., with William D'A'brew, Jeff

Jef ries, and Lorraine Hale, dance
instructors of the Arthur Murray

Studios.. 1 v. ..i

They brought back and intro

duced to the istnmus, .tne tng.

lash Quick Step, Modified Pea bo.

FLC:S HIT I RAM
TEHRAN, Iran (IT) At least
18 persons drowned v-i-.en.
i'rm f. 1 ftnnrl u i ws v

homes in the village cf nahkou-

beh. Tehran Radio reported yes

terday.
The radio said the final toll in
the town southwest of Tehran

was expected to he much mgner.j

. ...Ui.t.xJ I U Li

c Held In June 5 7

pTf jfiw". v?,-rf Ch cccfan
I VI ulllul VVo.jW WlililUIki witftWll

dy, Slicker Tox.Trot, Rhythm
Waltz, El Gaucho Tango, Rumbe Rumbe-rama,
rama, Rumbe-rama, NeW Yorker, and the lat latest
est latest styling in Mambo, Bop, with
boggie breaks and turns. The par.
ty dances are the hop,, the Stroll,
and the Hokey Pokey Swing.
Miss Harnett took a special
course in styling, phraising and
modern ja which is being in.
troduced more and more in cer.
tain types of ballroom dancing.
For their' TV show, Harnett and
Dunn will do two of their" latest
numbers, the El Guacho Tango
and the Rumberama. Jimmy Dunn
will be the MC for the program.

fcoitrattnn for tha Canal Zone

Junior College Summer Session of
ihsh wilt hA ii2ln in ihe mornins.

afternoon and evening (6:30-8:30)

U4 Uue j, ui tne Juiiior. v, ..
building (third floor), Dean Roger
C. HacKetc nas announced.
Classes will begin the following
Monaay Dut only courses for wmcn
at least ten students register on
June will be s-arted. All others
will- be cancelled. The Summer
Session will last 8 weeks with most
classes meeting on Mondays, Tues Tuesdays,
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Morning class hours will be 8, 9,
10, and II evening hours, 5:30,
6:30, 7:30, and 8:30.
Morning courses include element
tary and intermedidate shorthand
and typing, business English, E i i-glish
glish i-glish composition, elementary psy psychology,
chology, psychology, high school algebra,v.col-

. ...
JUiK.

Tbb ct tabiD vo;;o deu m ray

jsopbto v;ith t!:tl::3. :
ThereS aH At cemfcrt of a regular non-folding model m this compact,
convenient folding bei Tbe Vooo RoTUw i iuick and eT :

fold awty, with ill tbe beddechea imide. In the daytime jrw aimpJy
wheel U eot ight k-a fcted with cbmm. The RoJkwr bed hm a

' sturdy aran tnme, and apeoal aprinp along 4 aidea

- foe complete comfort. -

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lege algebra, plane trigonometry

t.ciaeiuary rrencn ana severa
Spanish courses. On Saturday
mnrninpt thpre are also heine rfi

fered courses in engineering draw:

mg, areni eciurai araiung, snee.
metal drafting, and machine draw
in Poiipsps offered in the eveninp

are elementary and intermediate

shorthana ana typing, Dusiness nn
thematies, slide rule, Latin Ame American
rican American historx (1814.1957), U.S. Hi

tory Since 1860, hign scnooi alge algebra,'
bra,' algebra,' college algebra,' plane trigo
nometry,' elementary French, and
Several Spanish courses..

ToUton wiU DC payaoie at av
yrA moptinff nf vlasses meetins

four times per week and at the

second meeting of otner ones.

Morning classes ouerea on me
atigntin KMa sr advanced tvDinc.

business English, English compcr

high scnooi aigeDra, couege-aise-Kr
, nH nliino tri'ffonometrv. Wiih

th ypnt!on of the substituting

ol elementary typing iortaavam-eu

typing, the same courses are aiso

offered in tne evening. -. ..
Prnnarlv nnnlifipd students mav

t umpstpv hours of reeular

college credit in each of these
courses with the exception of the

nn n hrpti scnooi aiEEDTa ana

tvi sutiirHav' mnrnine i drawine

nnrca nnp haif nt a men scnooi

semester credit may be earned in
t.h former: one semester hour of

onllas ireri t in the latter.

.nniv TTnitd States citizens, and

the children and wives oi unuea

States citizens, are eligible to en

roll in the summer session.

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nnf nH mpthvl nentvnol 0n

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IV. -iV I

French Actress

.lorries Fhotog

PERPIGNAN. France (UP)

Blonde trench movie actress My-

lene Uionseot was married se se-CTeily
CTeily se-CTeily Thursday to Henn Costs,

photographer who helped her

career, it was disclosed yesterday

The 22-vear-old actress, who

was seen by American audiences

n the Hollywood version of "Bon-

jour Tristesse," and Coste were

married in the nearbv fishrng vilv

lage 01 i'aiavas Les t Jots. A fisn-

erman served as. official witness.

The couple left on a Mediterra

nean honeymoon.,

CONCORD,' N.H.' (UP)-Mary

Ri'shev told the judge she had to

drive 75, miles an hour via a 35-

mne zone Decause: "My as. tank
was almost empty" and I had,o

rech a filling station." bhe was

ordered to- pay ,.a $15 fine.

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L nti, nf an old one. She's

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Ipartment-sponsored production'
let "Crousel.v Having viewed

her as Lassie's "motner lor ao,
llonf, you didn't know she was

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FACE SIX

TBI r.l.A3IA AMERICA A.V IXDCTEHJtST DAILY Ktff!f AfTX
SATtT.DAY, MY ?, 11"
fill ilCfi." 0

n : ;istemiia?i.

Church cf Christ

SAUsOA. 0851. Balboa KoaaV
Servlca Sunday 18:00 l ,U
:UV PA 'V
CRISTOBAL. American Legion Halt.
Service Sunday 1U:00 a-m. Uflvl M
gUUAiiAJO: bouH No. KIM UUI )
buna? 4 JO DJa
Unitarian
; aou
. with a.
tunday School
:u ja. .,
tUSuO siiVU. A
, uuue rttaa
twiti tuviiatw
M liberal
. QoptlSt
cocou UECU
I aUA v.
' Or-" 'uiM L
Pnone -lioa
glttuna v aialiweria farto
Sunday school ......
avturiuug xoisnjp
wuunfc.Uiuoa...
Evening vvm'W'P
kivu JAeeuir Dl
kUtuy fcsca fatdftwaay-M
5emoocWV Jouuay
ilea ssonul
WU u lonajr.f t
Eaca Month
9:45 a.m.
li;uu
. 930 pai.
7:0g pjn.
, 1:00 pjn.
1 JO p u.
" : FIRST BAPTIST CUUKCB
27 Axicon Boulevard
Ottwet B' Balboa Height
. Phon Balboa 1721
William H. Beeby. Palat
Sunday School ..... 1:10 am,
Mornlni WerihlD .......... 10.45 m
Baptist Training Union .... 1:30 p.m.
IvsngtUstle Servlca ... 7:30 p.m.
tnyv Meeting. Wtdnttdty 7 lOO pan.
I ar u Rlhl Stud ITaur.
I days l.tJk
, Men'" Brotherhood (MM
Monday in month) 1 JO 9-at
FIRST BAFriBl CBUKCB
Margarita Avenue at 5th treat
Margarita. Cenal Zona
Rv. Wendall C Paraar, Paitoi
; jOUtmia; itcnoui ..........)
.Morning Worship ,,
: .Baptist rraining Union.
, tvenirn Worship ...........
i Prouiarnood, Tuadaya ......
, Prayer Services, Wednaedaya
. W M.U. 1st & 3rd rrldaya
iX. R.A, Sunbeam,
a .it a m.
11:00 jb.
1:30 pjn
: 7:45 pjn
1:00 o.m
, 1:00 pm.
1:30 pjg,
Prtdavn
i Salvation Army
iNooOauomuiMtlunal CvaDieUirll
Meetings)
PANAMA CITY
Major It Mrs. W. Bishop
15 Fabruary Street, Phone: 2I IO054
11:00 Holiness Meetlnp
1:00 Pundsy School
: t:30 Salvation Meeting-
r akaiso, c.z.
Envoy dk Mrs. C. L. Moselcy. v
Outana Street
11:00 Hohnesa Meeting
. 3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. CapUln A Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 8-74i
: 11:00 Holiness Meeting
t 3:00 Sunday School -7.30
Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
1 Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7 :30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, C.Z. I
Envoy J. GUI
. 3:00 Sunday' School
. 1:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
lj 4 t. .. . ., ..... v .. ... j..-:
; BALBOA 1
. The Kev.Oscsr W. Olisn, Psttot
1 Balboa Road tt San Pablo Strut
Phone 1-1488 Church Off let 1-3231
, 1:30 ajn. Church School Free bus
Service. Classes for all ace.
10:30 a jn. Wonhip Service ,- The
Expanded Session for Nursery, Kinder Kindergarten
garten Kindergarten and Primary Depts. Church
tune Nursery for children under 3 vrs,
8:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Fost High Feiiowsnip.
; 7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
CATUN
- The Rev. Rsy M. Blikely Minister
THpnhnne. 5-3S5 .
Church SchooL with Adult Bihie
Class, 9AS.
1 Service of Worship, 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 5:45.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Fev. Theoilnre E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res 3-7491
n..fiflBV SrvlrM!
0:45 a.m. Church School. Bur: service.
Classes: Nursery tnrouw sauit.
' 11 -no m. Mnrnln Worshln. V
" Nurrerr for infanta and small chll-
' drm.
8:00 pjn. Junior Fellowship.
IS m.m. Youth 'Fellowship
A complete schedule of auxlllsry ac
tivities ana. oitlciai meeunp as an'
nounced from week to week.
CAVBO
Rev. Walker M. Alderten, Psto
( Of l 8-470 Ran. 8-130 ,.;.
'...i.- P4P a.m. Sundav School
: 10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetinr and eek.dy etl
vltlm as announced.

. 1 ..

Churches at fat many faith in thi Canal ZeM, tat the ttrmintl trtiaa
awi 9tsk in writing by Wedneidiy aoan tt the Urea ml any chanft
Hf tht comin Saturday' church 919a. N
Minittcrt, church aecretariet d chanUini art $tkt4 to Inform the
f Finima and Colon. Republic ef Panama, exttad welcome at ill
tlmtl tp men and women nt the artnad'tprvictt, ini t Civilian Rltli Rltli-pari,
pari, Rltli-pari, friandt and arrangara. ; "" w ,
At I public acrvicp. The Panama Anwricj lists btlew, by lenomU
ttieni, neticei of hoiin of worship end other repulir gctlvltlc.
Llltlnfi ere rotated from timd to time: Deneminatiftni hatlnp enly
PPt, or twt ionrepationi are Itatad under "Olhar Churghea b tervian."
A iptcUl liitinp included for tervicei tt Army pPttt, Air fgrcd puw
and NivpI itgfloM, s -

oT-SUSY'S CHUNCM-Blbeer
' Sunday Marneai 7:00. 1:0ft 10 00 ang
II U0 e.m. ' ...
Hoiy'Uay aUeaaoi iii, gnu, ll Ai ton
and 1:00 am 1 v i,
ConfwKiondi Saturday. 1:30 to :
and 7:00 to 1:00 p m Thursday, befort
first Prldayi 7:00 te 1:0ft nm.
Miraculous Medal Kevenai 70 pjn
n Mondays, i
Catechum claas alter um b.-oo mass
on Sunday
Mgn bebool atuay uuo tstu pjn. er.
Wednesday.
SACRED BfcAST-Anco
Sunday Masses i tit, 7:10 1:30 t.m.
Holy Day maaMaf liii e m enj 1:00
o.m. i
Conteeslonai Saturday 1:30 to 1:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thureday before rtrst
Friday f:00 p.m.
nacren Heart Devotional in pja, on
Pridaya.
Catechlnn Clam 1:11 ta as. m
Thursday. ,!.
OUR LAD OP PATIMA-Cwnadt
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass tt t:30 p.m.
Coniesaionst M to f :! pjn. en Sat
urday.
catecniam uamt Saturday w u
ajn. .
' ' St. dOSEPB-PtralM
Sunday Masse at 7:00 and 1:11 ton.
Holy Dty Mas at 1:09 p m
Weekday Massett ..Mara. ;
Contessionai Baturdav 1:30 to 4:30 and
30 to 7:3a r
Catechism Clsasi Sunday 1:00 ta 4:00
"'Miraculous MeoaJ Nevenai '7 .DO p.ei
on Fridiv.
Convert inatrueuonai nuradaf i:w
p.m. .-v;;, -;r:;:, J- ';'
ST. VINCENTS Panamt Ctrl
Sunday' Masses: t:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses: B:30 and 1:00 n.m.
(It it (all on Saturday the Manna tr
ioo and t:n a.nvt -i
Contsioni Saturday 1:00 ta 1:00 na
t:uo ta t:oo p.m. Thursday natara runt
rriay i:u p.m 1 1
Miraculous Medal Movent and Ita
Uons ot the Croeai Friday 740 p.m.
Catechism ClasM Alter 1 JO mast an
Sunday
Convert Cltatj I JO p.m. Tuesday and
' ST. THERKSA'S Cocbll
Piinrfftv Maaei a:n a.m.
Holy Day MM: 1:00 a-m, (It It falls
on Saturday 8 J0 t.m.)
uatecnum tiaasi 10 a:w p.m. on
Monday,
COnlMSienai a:uu n au a.m. aunaay.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST Dfe LA SALU
Pare.ua Letevr
Sunday Masses: i30 and 3 a.m.
lifaek Uv Massi 8:30 Mon.. Thurt.
M. ant Hal First Prldav mass: 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Jdassesi S;00 ajn. ta 1:00
B-m. "... ....... i
Confessions: 1:30 to 440 and IlUt ta
g:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Mlrteuieu meoti novena arioay iiw
siiecnism isaai .ou p.m. awiwj
1. rHfcetfcSE a Le See
Converty Claasi Monday 140 PA.
Sunday Mlttt 7:00 t.m,
uim nu Maui 1 in b m.
Confessions: Saturday 8:30 ta 7:10 p m
Thnrariav hfnra tint FridaV CJ0 0 m.
uatecnism uass: s:ia pjn. on ovw,j.
Sacred Heart Novenai, 7:00 p.m. or
r'y '.
Convert uai :a pjn. n suuiwj
ATLANTIC BIDS
ST. JOSEPH'SCel6i
Sunday Masse 1 Ii45, 1:00 and 9:11 8 JlL
Holy Day Mastl 1:U and 1:00 tJB-
... a. n.m.
Coniessions: neturaay w w e:w
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai weonnaay
1:11 and 7:00 pm. -. ... J
sacrta Heart novenai anoay n p-"
Rnnriav F.vanlnff ftarvlce 7:00 n.m.
Convert Class: 1:11 p.m. on Monday
and Thursdays
Catechism class: sunoty io:it a.m. o
11 :4a a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:oo p.m.
rinii rriMav Exnnainnn or Most n less.
ad Sacrament all dy Haneaitien tt I JO
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of Fatlma-The Holv Rosarv 5:00 a.m.
rirat i:nmmuninn instruction lor cnii-
drn Monday tnd Thursday 1:00 to
i :ou pjn.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL-Crlstbl
Sundiy Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holv Dav Manses: 8:00. i00 ajn. tnd
1:11 n.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4 KM to 1:00, and
I wo to :uu p.m. Alter nosary oacn eve
nine. i-
Miracuiou mmsi Novenai t:i ana
7:00 n.m. en Monday.
Catechism CUssi After 1:00 Mem an
Sundav.
First Friday Exposition all day during
tne scnooi xear.
First Saturday: Mta at 9:09 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH la Margarltt
sunaay Massesi 7Ju, f:go, ji:iu m
First Saturday Massi
6:00 ajn
Weekday Masses:
' Saturday .. 7:00 p.m. ta
' Miraculous Medal Novena
.Holy Day Masses: 7 JO t.m.
Confession ... 3:4 p.m. ta
- every Monday. 4
;Pnsr) Fmlly Rettry: and
;. Benediction
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group
every Friday.
1st Friday Devotions ...
: 1st Saturday Devotion ,,
8:00 a.m.
9:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
5:15 p.m
4:4 p.m
1:00 tun
7 JO pjn.
.7:00 p.m
7;O0 p.m
" T. VINCENTS-Rainbow City
Sunday Masaess: 9:30 a.m. and 1.-00
a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 un. tnd 1:00
pm.'-
Confesilonai 4:00 ta 1:00 and 740 to
coo p.m eaturaay,
uiecnism viass: 10:45 t.m, on Sund.y
Cotiveri Cltmvary Mrnidty tt 7ion
p.m. .
Miraculous Madal Nnvanai 1 no m m
tn Tuesdty. ...
oacrep ttean rovenai im gjt, M
T9JeV. r .
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION -Gitda
Sundsv Maw :U .m
Holy Dsy Mass: 8:00 p.m.' j
Conrissiniu: a JO loMmnni. ...
urday. ....
uaiwnlsm Class- -nt om w Vondv
OUB LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
" Camboa
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and' 1:30 t.m:
Holy Dsy Masses) 6:0V t.m. tnd 1:08
pm
ConfeaSlnn Salllritav .I IWI n. ...
..ici avciiing oevonuns.
oapnsms oy appointment '
Miraculous Madal Nnvana' 1-M
on Tuesday. .. i
Fi'd"? "t .Wavr" '
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sunday
Religious Instruction Class for Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4:00 p.m en Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adult (Con (Conducted
ducted (Conducted in Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Mnn
dsy
i Convert Instruction by tppolnimtiit

The Si. Rev.

. Haba GtMa. i.t.0.
fht Very Set.' Mainert J.
' r g.TJI. Dean
Petersen,
'V
MiN CJl
THI CATHEDRAL Of ST, LCKt
. ., SUNDAYS k i
SUNDAYS 1 v :
7:30 ajn. Holy Communion.
9:15 aun. Church School. (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday i.
:ao ajn. sanu t-onunuruon. ira sun-
day. ....... ,,'
tscuela Uomlnlcal :l a.m.
1140 a.n Morning Prayer and Ser
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7:00 pjn.. Evening Service.
WCUNKSUAYS ;
8 JO e n..
7:09 pm
Holy Communion,
trenlng prayer. ;
HOL DAYS -8:00
a m hoiy Communion.
M am Holy Communion.
. .... DAILY
8:13 e-m. Morning Prays
l:iw Mt
da
Missionary Prayara
COCOU
Church at St Andrew .-The
The .-The Rev William W Baldwin,
' Price! In China
SUNDAYS . '
Holy Communion ...,..., f JO ajn.
Family Prayer and ..
Church School ....,,,,,.. 9:39 ajn.
I Also Holy Communion kid.
lornlng Prayer di Sermon 11.00 tJn.
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAY!
Holy Communion 9:oo tJn
,'-Vt' COROZAL
Chapsi ef The Good Shepherd
The Bv Clarence W. Htyea,
Priest la Chart ...
FRIDAYS
g:U0 t.m. Morning Prayer. r; .
(H.C, first Friday each Month).'
AMBOA '
1 N' St, Simon' Chuuh
Th Rev. John Spear Priest, la Charge
Choral Euchanit and St
SUNuaYS
mon .......... ....... 7:oo t.m
Church School ........... 1:00 p.m.
Episcopal Vouna Churchmen 1:00 p.m
Ivensont tnd Sermon ..... 7:00 BJQ
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning rrayar ana nosy
communion
1:00 t.m
7:00 p-m
... .
evening rriyar
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd tnd
WEDNESDAYS' at THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 7:00 a JH.
Morning Prayer 1:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer a,P9.prta' 7:00 pjn
SATURDAYS
Famllv Euchsrist .......... 1:10 t.m
f Office at Complin 1:00 pjq.
'.. LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
The Bey. John Spetr. Priest Is Charge
Morn ng rrtytr and cnurcn
School .................... 1:00 am
mon .. ...... ...MI.....I 103o t.m
Confirmation ClaH ....... 1:10 t.m
Chortl fuchtrltt tnd Str ;
Holy Biptlsm
linn .... ....... I -w iiuv.,
11:00 noon
Evensong nd AddrtM 7J0 p.m
3rd MONDAYS
Woman' Auxiliary tjo pjn.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion ......... nw a.m
s PALO SECO r
Chapel-of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B, Shirley. Priest in Chtrg
THURSDAYS
1:30 g m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA v
Church ot St Margaret
' Espav tnd Brsios Blvd.
Th Rev. Jess K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 e.m. Holy Communion. ;
9:45 a jn Morning Prayer nd
Church School
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist
THURSDAYS tnt HOLY. DAYS
1 JO tJn. Holy .communion.
PAHAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,'
Primt In Charge
Th Rev. David A. Osborne, -.
' Vletr Emerlru
SUNDAVh '
d:00 a.io. Choral Eucharist Sermon
9:30 a jo: Infant Baptism,
3.00 nm Church School
(heio ta Bulldtafa 131)
SAO pjn. Youth Fellowship
1 (tn t m. Evensong end Addrta.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
J JO pin. woman Auxiliary ana aj aj--
- aj-- tar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
St Paul Church
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
Th tin Pitt R. Atwtll. Deacon i
SUNLA"l
8:00 tJn. Holy Comm.inlon
9'00 a.m Sung Eucharist V Sermon
.10:45 am -Mornin Prayer and Church
School
12-00 micr Holy Baptism
7 00 .m Solemn Vesper
t'UESDAYS -'.
' 8:30 e.m Holy Communion 1
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS i v
M nt Hoiy Communion r
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
fHURMAYS AND' FRIDAYS t
8:30 rr. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS ;
a-00 a.m. Holy Communion, v i
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
.: i.,;-m, kpitcopal .:.-. . t:
' i Colon. R P. -(Opposltt
Hotel Washington)
Th Rv. Jsmes Peter Former, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blk. Assistant
SUNDAY
:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 p.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermen.
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Str Str--
- Str-- won. v. .' ..
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. '
5.00 p.m. Evening Prayer. 's
WEDNESDAY
:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
' FRIDAY
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 t.m. Children's Eucharist 1
1:00 p.m. Even in Prayer,
SATURDAY v
9:09 a.m. Holy Communion. .
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer. 1 111 1
1-30 n.m. Compline and Meditation
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
RIO ABAJO
' St," Christopher's Chnrrh
10th Street Parque Lefevr
Th Rev. curene W. Htyet,

Priest tn Charge
The Bit. Clireece A. CrajweA.
- Assistant
SUNDAYS
1:00 la Holy Communion.
1J0 t.m Sung Euchsrist and SV man.
19 JO t.m Morning Prayer tnd Church
School.
11:00 noon Holy Baptism.
8 30 p m tvensang and SermeB.
MONDAYS
7 JO pjn 1st and 3rd. f7 omen's Auxl Auxl-'
' Auxl-' y Uary.
TUESDAYS .: '
JO p.m tMiniar Daughtar l the
7:30 em VoutB Pellawshlp.
WEDNESDAYS
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion?
7 HO pjn. Evening Prayer and Religious
Instructions.
Thursdays
8:00 p.m. Girls- Friendly Society,
100 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singleton.
SATURDAYS
t JO jn Junior Cenflnnttion Cltas,

Othst Churches
. CHURCH OP THE MAXARENS
; 44a I'rangiparu' SL Ancon, CX
Rev. Elmer O NeUon. Pastor
Boot 291 Balboa, C-Z. Tel 2-2601
Sunday School ............ 9:41 ajn
Worship Service ...... a.. 10:45 ajn
Youth Service ............ 8:4 pm
Evangelistic Service ....... 1:30 pjn
Prayer Service Wed.
7 JO p m
. METHODIST i
Sunday 1 9 t.m. Panama Wesley.
10:30 a.m. bunaay acnooi.
" 7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
ind Sermon.
Sundiy 7 .m. Frio
10 t.m. rarauo ounoay acnooi.
" 7:11 p.m. Partita Evangelical
'Service.
CHURCH OP THE NA2ARENS
Margsrita School CymnasiuA
Psslsr Rslph L. Hyseng
Writ! Box tOlt Margarita. CX,
Phona: t iigi ;
Sunday School .,..1 ..... 1:48 tm,
Morning Worship .. ...... 11:00 am
Evening Servlca ..i..... 7 JO p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CtfUROI
. Pansma BP. 23rd Street East t
Be S, N Brawn. Minister
Divine Worship 9J0 a.m.
.unrta Stphnnl ... 1:00 O.m.
Sunday Masse .7. 7: Hi4l
Rio Abajc
BJ.
Sunday bcbooi
........a .. a.w p.m.
JtiHOVAH'B WITNESSES
Meeting Thursday tt 1:30 p.m. and
Sundiy tt 4:00 pm. win Memariu
109 Bslhue Road. Balboa,
CHURCH 'OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
, Chip! on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 9:10 t m
Sunday School) Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting! Sunday 1:00 pjn.
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 1:30 p.m.
Primaryt Thursday 4:00 pjft.
TeUphon Bslbn 4227
-ttlanria tlraneb
Building too, Schoolhoust Road. Gttun
sunasy ocnoor, eunaiy :a .m. -Sicramtnt
Meetings Sunday 11:00 t m.
CURUNDrJ PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hosrtsd Chnreh"
Milton tu Uldlg, Minister
Phon. Rss. 13-7111 Of. 13-5101'
Sunday" School StlO .m
I A elas for every tge)
lornlng Worship 11:00 t.m
Youth Fellowship ......... 9:00 p.m.
evening worsnip ......, iiov
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 pm.
A tnuren nuriey in provioeu.
' OLD CATHOLIC CHUKCB
' St Bpbel Th Archangel
.' lath St Wast Me. 1
Mai fhirh.rtat: Sundav at I JO a.m.
Tuasday. Wdndy and Thvradavs
!SO a.m.
Sacrament at uncHOB iitetung
vice) rirst Sunday of aaab mon in at
7 JO aJa. t
Meaat Hall bet. CavtiHaa Church
fanami B. P.
. mt a ft SUhop
MMMatJna. .
Morning devotion .......... :00 am
Fallflwihin Worship 11:00 t m
Cimrf.v sirhnnl ......... 3:00 P.m.
faivin Serviet i 7J0 pJtv
THE CHRI8TADELPH1ANS
Pnmt District
Snout Hall. RllnbOW City
Sundiy 6chool ...... .'' J -m
Momlnt Scrvict 10 tJn
Adult Bible CliHM ch
Mnndav at ............. 7:30 p.m
Visitors ar welcome at all tervicet
and classel. . v"' :
SAHArTCEffTEl
si rir fttraat
Uroanlzaclon XI Carmen. Panaml City
, informal Talks ana uucussion
. Thursdays,, ..,.,.1:00 J
Coloni 1th Front Street
(hmi.Im AaiMleaa Bssaar)
Study -Classes.. ....Thursday. 7i0
BETHEL MISSION CHURCi
(spslsb St.. Psrslso, CZ.
' Rev Wildsb. tt Btewrl, Pto
Sunday! U:W t.m Worship Strvlct.
3 oo p.m. Sunday scnoot.
7:15 a.m. Gospel Service.
Mnntiv; 1'.in Vrtune Penola's SoclMV
Wednetdtyt 7 JO Mld-wek Chriatitn
Fellawshln.
Thursdavl 1:00 Choi. Rhrtl,
Friday t 7 JO Wtnw'i Missionary Bt
ciegr... '; :
THE CHURCh'oF GOD
. New Providence
Mr. Maud Hints, Pastor
Sundav School ........... 10:00 a
Morning Wonhip 11:00 t.m.
Night Service 7 JO pjn
FIRST' CHURCH OP GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta
Rainbow City. Cinal Eon
Rev. Wm. Livingston. Paitot
THE CHURCH OP GOD
, 1038 Eighth Street Colin
- Rev. G. W. Grandlson. Pastor
Sundav. School ........ .... 1:30 t.m.
Morning Wonhip ............ 10:30 lis
Nlaht Service ............ 7:30 p.m.
Morning Wonhip ........... 9:00 a m.
Sunday School .............. 10:80 a m
Nignt service p.m
THE CHtlRCH OF GOD Rio Abai
. Monte Ocura ltd. llth St
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 1:30 a.m.
Morning Worship. 10:30 a.m.
Nignt sarvic lao a.m
CHURCH OP GOD fPenteeostal)
Rev B E. Watson, Overseer
Phono 8-428. Box 253, Gam bo
Church, hi Parilso. C.2 (Rev and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte) ColAn. R.P
(Rev Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs, Charles Hayne), an
Catlvt (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekdays services at til
churcta.
- COMMUNITY CHAPEL
DitblO Height CZ. i
(near Dlatife school)
Ret, Csr V. Thanipson, Minlsttf
-' Sex 3. Dlsblo Heights CZ.
Plot: Home. Camboa 211
Church Balbe 4271
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 p.m.
Youth Service 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic Service ...... 7:30 om
Wednesday: Bible Study 1
tnd Prayer Servlrt 1:30 p.m.
Lutheran
REFORMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balbo Road l Wiglil Street
Rev Robert t. Gussick. Pasta
1 PO Box 616 Balboa -.
Sundsy School, Bibl class 11:00 a..
i. Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sundsy of the
Atlantic Side
"Torrhef "etispel of Our Ssvlontt Rrll.
copal chapel 3rd St. nd Melindei Ave..
New Crlslobal.
Mr -Eiium H. Oenner, Vlrsr
Biindsy fichor.l, Rilile Class 1:00 m.
Divine Service 19:15 a.m
Holv Communion, last Sunday of th
tii mih. i -s

J:v.i:h

Jwl Welfare board B'4 Tta-X.U
riur aos.i Saloe. CI Rabbi Mathae
Witkin tittector.
Servle Friday 1 JO ja SaturM
1 :3i O m
See ustines' at jmi.i.
anc'ar est Base and Statienti.
Conarauoa KAl Sheantn
110a Cubs and JSth Street. Bella Vina
Pnami City Servlea 1:09 pjn
Cbistun Scisntist
CtUltUtj. SLiAAU tKOIItHM
Church ul Chisk beietiuat. AneM
, 0 Anew Souievara.
.tuiiday lt:uu, Wednesdts 1:91 pjt
- Sunday School 9:3v a J
irM thurcn i V'hni baieoritt. Cnatet
Ui (treat ttolivai Hithni
Sunns v 'Sennni :yi. aja
Sunday 11:00 jb. Wadneeday 1:09 p m
Posts add Bases
-j PACUIC SUJk
Protestant ';' t.
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School IKK
Morning Worship ....... tovo
Cburch-Uma Nurttry School... 10:09
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School t'UlldUI Nt.
128) ......t................... 9.00
Morning Worship 19:39
Thursday Evening Mid- WS
Service ...... .,... (.30
Youth Fellowahlp4unday .... :09
FORT K.OBBS
Sunday School .......... .... 9:00
Morning : Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Msdden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Ha to .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship 9:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7:00
Offictt Christian Union Thur. 9:01
ALBRO0K. AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School
Adult Bible CJsse (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship ...... 1 JO
Youth Fellowship ..............
9:30
9:30
19 43
JO
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Sednun
bunaay scnooi .......a...
Morning Wonhip
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
9:30
11:00
ri
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning wonhip .........r.-...
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month). 1 i
Nival Radio Station. Summit..,
-U: catkalta .-i
9l00
9:00
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mas
Sunday Masse ........ 7:00 A
Confessions, Saturday J0 &
Sunday 9:00 tt
8:30
8:30
7:30
8:2i
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Ma ., .......i. ..
Sundiy Masse ...... ...7:45 A
Confession Saturday .. 9 JO A
8:45
9:00
1:00
FORT KOBBi;X"-, ;".-:. T-
Daily Miss ,..,.....,..a,.,,.,.
naiuruay masaa ...i.. :w
Sunday Mas ,....., 9:00 At 11:45
Monday Novtna Devotion ... 7:30
9:01
Confession Saturday,. 1:00 A 7 JO
COROZAL v-, rM:' US:
Sunday Mtt 10 JO
ALBROOK AIR FOKCi SASl
Daily Mai :00
Saturday Mast ................. 7:00
Sundsy Masse .,,,,,,, 7l49 A 11:00
panisn ..i... ...... i:w
Noven Servics.TUdy ......
Confauiona-Stturdty ........
7:01
!7ilW
U.S. NAVAL STATION. ROdraw
Sunday Man 9:10
' ' f v";' ir' Jewisb'
FORT KOBBE v r
1:00
USO-JWB, Balboa ;::,v
Friday ...... at
7JI
ALBROOK AIR fORCI BAS1
Saturday .......
lint
USO-JWB (Balboa) ... :-.;.t, y
paturaay
ATLANTIC BIDS "C-S":,
i : Protestant
1:30
fort DAvis":tr- Vv;-
Sunday School-BJdg. 253 ....
Mornln Worship .......
Prsyer Fellowship lldg. tog tog-Tuesday
Tuesday tog-Tuesday
KYBB-Wednesdsy-Post Chtptl
Choir Prtetiet Wednesday
Post Chpl ....... ..M......
:0tt
10:30
7:00
. 8:30
7:30
FORT QULlCK 'Vi-Sfc
Sundiy School ................
Mornlni Worshln
9:30
10:45
6:30
f" Youth Ftllowship, Sunday ....
sipi study, wednesdsy ......
LadlM Chapel Guild. it thur.
U.S. NAVAL StATldn, Coco Sole
7:30
1 JO
. ounaay acnooi ,.,.,......,...
Morning Warhlp 4......;.....,
,, Holy Communion First -Slindiy
1:30
11:00
. at Month ...
sCathnll
FORT DAVIS ", : v
Dtliy Man
Sunday MU ,,u....J
Confessionti Stturdty ,......,
Sunday
3;!
00
9:00
9:45
FORT etlLlCK.;:V:6il';:.v fi:
Daily Mas ....................
Stturdty Mitt .,.
Sundiy Ma ....... 7:45
Confession. Stturday ..' 8:00 &
O S. NAVAL STATlOtfrCocotolo
Dtlly Mss ,.,. .......
. Saturday Mas a. ...... .........
. Sunday Mass
7:00
7:00
10:15
7:00
4:00
1:3(1
9:00
coco solit6
. Sunday Mat
7 JO
. Jewish V ;,v5-;i
FORT GUUCK : ; ,,. :,rlv? ;
ius9 ,..,,,.;.,..v,1,' ..im
. . '0r,'li' Orthotati';"'
Greek Orthodox service art conduct conducted
ed conducted at th Church of th Anunciallon.
VI Belisario Porrss. San franoisco de
ta csieta, ranama tity, rj and at
th Church of St. Anthony, Avtnlda
Melendss, Colon, R.P., on jltarnatt Sun.
day at 9:30, For further Information,
call th Offic of th Artny ChapUln,
Seventh Day
Adventist
, Wkly Services in all church
at follow.
lATUhDAY; '
SbbUt Scnoal 9:30 .!.
, Divin Service 11:00 a.m. ;
Vouta Mtenns t so a m.
WCDNESDAY;
Blbl Study
I:WI p.m.
and Prayer Service
Paclfl Sid Panaml
Pastor W H. Wllr- Tsl 29-3,3509
Cabo Verd; Ave J K de la Osss
No. 17 Chorrilla Z5th No 2? Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo t-A St. between Ird nd 4th
St. Rio Abaja llth No. IT Gamboa
and frijola.
Pastor G. O. WUllma-.Ttl. 9-5S0
Pistar A. A. Grisslt v Tel. 9-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Sid Panaml
Pastor Norberto- Qulrot
" ; Panamt, Calle Dsrlen No. 1
1 Pedregal A Nueva Gusrsr.
Atlantic Sid
A. JeffriTl.. 1261,
Pastor
Coldn
G.
Crl.lnhsl English l1h Bnlivsr Ave.
Cristobal Spnni.li-lSih k Pllvsr Ave.
Central Office:
0MI GtvlUn Rnsd-Tel. l-HH t 13531

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1 CORNERING SPACE Artist's drawing above depicts the corner reflector sub-satellite devel devel-crjed
crjed devel-crjed bythe National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. The large but exceedingly lightweight
eaith satellite can be compactly folded for launching into orbit, "-and then pneumatically erected
' to shape by means of compressed air. It weight only 8.7 poundF 9nd when -inflated, it 112
feet in dllrtieter. Being in the shape of a corner reflector and covered with aluminum foil, Itha
latellitt will b9 the most efficient reflector of radar signals. Because Of its large slzfj, it would
' 9pper at twilight 91 bright ti the North Stan If it were aimed so as to loop about, the moon,
iti flight could b followed both' going; and retuming. This would make it possible to verify
' cgleuUtionr of the pith -that would be followed later by VtrumentaJ or manned space
vehicles to be used for exploring space flight in the vicinity of the moon; It is constructed ol
Mylar plastic film O.OO025 inch thick that is covered with aluminum fol 0.000 inch thick.;

Minnesota-Bound US Congressmen
React To Sheepish Security Check

WASHINGTON (UP) Newest
note on the security front
The government is checking six
Minnesota congressmen to see If
they're okay to represent Wash Wash-ington
ington Wash-ington in their home stite.
The -lawmakeri greeteo tne ais.
clnsurfi with retctioni ranging
from amusement to outraged in
dignation.
Asinine' snorted Rep. Roy
Weir (D-Minn,), one of the six.
"It show! how we ve been mov-
ing into s .police state.' Some day
you'll need 4 loyilty ten to come
to Washington.",
It all came' about when Mln.
nesota's two Senators and six of
itl nine repreientatlvei were
named U.S. dclesatr to t'- 10th
innlvertary meeting u' the world
health organizatios which' opens
Monday ;in Minneapolis,
r Under a ," 1948' la w, i th Civil
service "Commission must run. t
lecurity check on all U.S. dele
eitei to international meetings
So the rJ ieency's investigators
sheepishly made the round! ot
tne iiwmaKers" ottices,
In addition' t6 Weir those In
volved are. Sens. Hubert Humph-
rey. (D) and Edward J. Thye
(RVand Reos.. Eugene J. McCar
thy (D), Walter H. Judd (R) and
Joseph P. O'Htrt (D)
Weir hit. the ceiling when an in investigator
vestigator investigator showed up at his office
with a request for references. He
refused, to eive any. t
"If that doesn't meet with the
commission's approval," he said,
"I'll pay my own way."
However,. Weir already has re
ceived his credentials from Speak
er Sam : Rayburn. The govern
ment also sent bim an airplane
ticket although its investigation
apparently was incomplete.
Humphrey's office said the sen sen-ator
ator sen-ator was checked by an, agent
who sheepish'y. asked his admin,
istrative assistant, Herb Waters,
for a statement of Humphrey'
"general reliability." j
Waters, who supervises prepa.
ration of many Humphrey publici.
Quote Unquote
DETROIT -Henry Ford H, In
reviewing current negotiations be,
twees ; Ford Motor Co.4 and the
United Auto Workers union:
""I recent y6ri,; labor unions
with monopoly power have forced
labor cost increases far in ex.
cess of Increases in productivity.
Sharp price Inflation, has result,
ed." n
' BERKELEY, Cal'iL-Larry Fan-
ning, .assistant executive of the I
Chicago Sun.Timei, in .living
newspapers must cover the broad
middle ground between magazines
and TV-:.-iW'-v--":?'-V.V-'
"If our newspapers are to be
really goorj enough we! must oper.
ate in a climate of continuing
self-criticism; a cimate in which
new ideas and experimentation
are not merely countenanced but j
encouraged; a climate. In, which
we strive alwiyi to think first of
our readers and how but to get
through, to them." V
HOUSTON, TexThe Kev. Mon.
tague Cook ef Moultrie, Ga., op.;
posing. a Resolution passed by the'
Southern Baptist Convention call,
ing for contact -with evej:y race
and nationality:
"I do not bring up the merit! j
of integration and segregation asj
such. But I do not believe inch i
a resolution should go into the
records when it is not the wish
of the majority.? a s,; rf ;
AIRLINER CATCHES f IRE I
AMMAN," Jordan (UP) A Le.
banses Airline DC-3airliner caught
lire yesterday while it was land landing
ing landing at Amman Airport on a flight
from Beirut. The airport fire brig,
ade quickly extinguished the fla.
meg and there wer9 no casualties.

'.yrv

9 XT-..
ty releases, was reported to have
told the agent that what he. had
read aoont tne. senator: was uni
formly good. "
Another member of the group
gave the name of one of his nine
fellow delegates as a reference,
Sen. Thye g-office -said -the Sate
Departmest advised him -1 "rou.
tine check ; would be made. But
i far- at was known, Thye was
not interviewed .personally.
Thye 1 and Humphrey already
were in Minnesola, a'ong with
McCarthy gni Judd.
"Seel v Crsi the hint.
dom of God, and Bit
. rinhleoutne$t; and
oil thee thing ihaH.
. be added unto you."
' Mslt.6:33

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL a
(God's Word Is Studied)
? rZOWORSHIP SERVICES r
10:40 CHILDREN'S CHAPEL

6:30 TRAINING UNION '

- (God's Own Are Trained)
7:30 EVANGELISTIC SERVICE J
: (God's Word is Preached)
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friz;

British Aid Society:
Holds Bingo Party i
For Old Jamaicans i
-.
On Wednesday, the members
of the British; Aid 'Society pro-
vided a bingo party for the Old
Jamaican patients at Gorgas -Hospital,
.he party was heWln
the : library section of -, the- Red.
Cross rooma. Refreshments of
Ice cream, cakes and cokes were
served by Ahe hostesses. Mem-'
berg .of- the British Aid Society Society-who
who Society-who served fis hostesses for tha
day wereJLady Henderson, pres-n
ident, Mrs. Emllie M. Alfaro,'
Mrs.,; Constance Conte-Mendoza,
Mrs." Elizabeth Willmott, Mrs. I
Ruth V. Denton and Mr,s. Ge Genevieve
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klttie Fall-klttie IN G Down" t Beverly Hil'iklttie
Dartiei. movie.raikers
will know
for lure that' the
tdult we item
cvcle Is a success.
Julie London is the first west western
ern western heroine t undress s i owiy,
or else! -at knife point until she
is saved from a fate worse than
pneumonia by a clever plot ruse.
Jeer if y' cart t0f thls
'strip tease" -in celluloid s new
S-E.X corral, ut the Wm i pro producer,
ducer, producer, Waited Mirisch, assured
me her disrobing is "logical and
Vtry literate
' TV,, film i. "Man of the West1
and London'! cjothes fall down
to v her man, Gary Cooper,
who is temporarily hori de com.
bat. Even more embarrassing, he
is also "Yufc-less." A villain with
" knife at Gary's throat, com com-mands
mands com-mands Julie to undress or else--or
else Gary suddenly will be
mlnui his Adam'i apple.
So what else tin a true blue
Eve do? .--v";-- v-'-.V ';'
Julie starts out to shed ; but
the volumlnoug :undergarmenti of
the film's 1870 period not only
gave her from" the censors but
also from turning true blue j lit liter
er liter ally. They were just lucky it
wasn't a modern; r story : with
Jayne 'Mansfield' playing the 'girl.
The scene 'was written by Reg.
Inald Rose,1 whbse : '12 Angry
Men" won an Oscar nomlnatibn.
- INGRID BERGMAN'S .current
career theme o.ng-is"I Wanna
Be Bad;" Sjift'l telling one and
all, including aher agents, 'that
she's" tired of -tsalntly roles and
wants to fall off that pedestal,
. a woman's kiss

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TV Emmy crystal ball note
this column 11 months ago on
May 30. 1937: "Poly BerSerf.
today is TV's No. 1 Emmy can."
dictate for the year's, best' pef.
formance by an actress in 'The
Helen Morgan Story.' TV fans,
I'm sure, would have given Polly
the award as. the show signed off
the air." The TV Academy re remembered,
membered, remembered, too. s
THt SHADOWY Mickey Coohen
who crashed the Lana Turner
headlines is "periect" type cast casting
ing casting by Hollywood gangster movie
standards. i
And so is Mickey's lavish
Brentwood apartment here.
- His initials are in tiny stones
in the fireplace hearth, on all the
drinking glasses and on the bath-,
room fixtures. The' cuff links the
Mick wore during" press inter,
views looked like something : out
of Hollywood's let'clive v it up.
daze his initials in chipped dia diamonds
monds diamonds in one and- a- miniature
watch" in the other.-
DAN DAILEY, who Concentrat Concentrated
ed Concentrated on hoofing in his Las Vegas
night club debut, added 20 mln.
utei of Irish story telling for his
Miami bow and, he has been
busting the laugh r meter ever
since.' . .Don Ameche, still a.
round on NBC radio, says he
knowi If he's- in "peal. ;'o n e"
voice if his kids understand
which one he's calling, Their
names are:
Donnie, ttonnle, iTommle,
nie, Bonnie and Connie.
Lon-
HOLLyWOOOITES Are1 Talk
ig About; The tit' of Margaret
Whiting's first record release
following her marriage'l'm So
Lonesome I Could Cry.". .-
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A Catherine place at Fort
Kobbe for privates and privates
first class only, came into be being
ing being recently hen the 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, officially
opened the Rank and File Club
for its two lowest grades.
To be sponsored and managed
by the Non Commissioned oi
ficers Mess at Fort Kobbe, the
new. club is located-ln an old
barracks in the Company
area
" Remodeling of the barracks
was done bv the 8l8tn Engineer
Company. Facilities of the club
include a complete kitchen,
dance floor and party room,
game room and lounee. Name of
the club came from Pfc. Howard
Hull, who was awarded a three-
day pass for his effort.
Activities on opening aay in
eluded a ribbon cutting cere ceremony
mony ceremony by Col.- Robert W. Garrett,
battle! group commanding 01 01-f
f 01-f icer, and i a buffet supper. ;
GIVES FORMAL RECOGNITION
LONDON, '-( UP )- Queen Eliza,
beth's messages Of congratulations
to King .Feisal of Iraq and King
Hussein of Jordan constituted for
mal recognition" of. the new Arab
Union, the British govtfnent said
yesteray. The union of Iraq and
Jordan, was inaugurated formally
Monday;'. :-t
Veteran troupe? Susan Hayward
back on the set of her ironically
titled "I Want to Live" movie at
8 a.m. on the day after her moth,
er died. . Jack E. Leeflard's
quip that Frank Sinatra tried to
raise a mustache, but' couldn t
carry the weight.
Lucille Ball and Ann. Spthern
rmAnriiina in album Satirizing
fashions from the loin
inth in tndiv's. mcks. That we
gotta -hear. .. Marilyn Msjjwell
hnninff tn hecome a TV regular
next season, in whodunit series
tit.lod .."Private EvefuU" It's been
in the works for some time but
they're finally putting .one show
on film for a sponsor s look see
. ftettv Hutton's "Just fine
lahel An her reconciliation .with
hubby Alan Livingston, They are
together so little,. Because 01 ca
reers. I wonder how they ever
find the chance to fight.

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Secretary of the Army Wilber
M. Brucker announced this week
that over 700 applications have
been received in two months
from enlisted personnel anxious
to take advantage of the Army's
new college training program..
Brucker emphasized that the
applications are from soldiers
who intend to make the Army
their career. The studies are in intended
tended intended to give the Army a hard
core of expert specialists and
non commissioned officer lead
ers. .. .- v..
Forty-one candidates have
bee selected so far to begin two-
year coursesstarting In June at
the Technical Extension Division,
Purdue University, Fort Wayne,
Ind., and the Milwaukee Scnool
of Engineering,-Milwaukee, Wis.
Upon completion of this train
ing, these 41 students will be as assigned
signed assigned to duties In the guided
missiles and special weapons
fields. This training Is under
sponsorship of the -Army Chief
of Ordance.
Applications in the Army En
listed Training Program in civi
lian educational institutions con
tinue to come in and selections
are still being made for the fall
term. Applications received after
June 1 wm be considered lor
terms beginning "next year.
No definite number of person
nel to participate in the program
has been set. inis depends upon
protected needs of the respective
training agencies and availability
of funds. .. ;--v s
Those mccepted sire being
screened on a basis or educa
tional potential. The soldier must
have completed a year oi service,
be a high school graduate- and
be able to complete his special
training before the age oi 35.
Herbert Porter,
ExrZone Attorney,
Dies In California
Herbert Porter, former attor attorney
ney attorney with the Canal organiza organization
tion organization died suddently May 19 In
Monrovia, Calif., according to
news received by friends on the
Isthmus.
A native of Atkinson, III, Mr.
Porter was employed by t h t
Canal as an assistant attorney
in 1035 and alter held the same
position in the Office of the
General Manager of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Railroad,
He reasigned his position with
the Canal in 1938 and since
that time has been practicing
law In the state of California.
Mr, and Mrs.- Porter have been
making; their home In 'Monro 'Monrovia
via 'Monrovia
i He la survived by, a wife and
son.
2 Sales Of Excess
Properly To Be
Held Al Corozal
, The U.S. Army Caribbean
property disposal officer has
announced that two sales of ex excess
cess excess property will be conducted
next month. Bids for the tur-
N, chase of 42 Items of foreign ex
cess persona property wm ue
opened in the bid room at build building
ing building 706, Corozal at 9:30 a,m. on
June 16.
: At S a.m. on June 23,' bids will
be opened at the same place for
the purchase for 29 items of
salvage and scrap material. This
property has been determined to
be no longer needed by the U.8.
government.
.The property 'which will be
sold on June IS will Include
many useful items as: two out outboard
board outboard motors,, one self-propelled
three-wheel rotary sweeper,
three generator units and three
two-wheel pole type utility
I trailers.! A" wide variety of
salvage and scrap articles is
being offered for sale on June
23. Such articles as four-man
wooden mess tables, metal wall
lockers arid electric four-burner
ranges with oven's will be sold.
AH property can be inspected
on weekdays, except holidays,
between the hours of 7:30 a.m.
11:30 a m. and 1.00 p.m.
3:30. p.m., until the morning of
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The Pacific Evergreen Garden
club presented another success successful
ful successful flower show last Sunday
afternoon at the Paraiso Gym Gymnasium.
nasium. Gymnasium. s -: j
The ribbon was cut by Mrs.
Ethlyn Fawcett to open the
show. The Invocation was given
by Ellis S. Fawcett. Miss Violet1
Witter, president of the club,
welcomed the guests and pres presented
ented presented Mr. and Mrs. Fawcett in
whose honor the show was held.
She also presented Mrs. Fawcett
with a gift and a corsage from
the Garden club.: Mrs. Mary
Callender gave a vocal solo dur during
ing during a short program. Mrs. Pat
Morgan gave the principal
address. Miss Inez McLean,
chairman of the committee
presented the Judges who were
Mrs. G. Hamilton Of Quarry
Heights; Mrs. V. Pence of Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; and Mrs. Pat Morgan, di director
rector director of the club.
Winners in the various depart departments
ments departments were as follows:
Cut Flowers: 1st prize. Mrs.
Gladys Walker, 2nd. prize Mrs.
Gladys Walker, 3rd prize Mrs.
Linda Howell.
Fruits and Vegetables: 1st
prize -rMlss Violet Witter, 2nd.
prize Mrs. Enid Greaves, 3rd.
prize '.Miss Rose Frazer;
Dried and Exotic: 1st prize-
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Mrs. Eladia Jones, 2nd prize
Mrs. Mazie Morrison, 3rd prize
Mrs. Jane Piggott.
Horticulture: ist prize Mrs.
Doris Greene, 2nd. prize Mrs.
Gladys Walker. 3rd prize Mrs.
Linda HowelL V,
Special Occasions: 1st prize prize-Mrs.
Mrs. prize-Mrs. Catherine Smith. 2nd priza
Pat Morgan Garden Club (Co (Colon).
lon). (Colon). 3rd prize Mrs. Lucille
Monluls.
Carib Lounge Has;
Calypso Show For
Hospital Patients
A calypso entertainment spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Carib Lounge, Ser Service
vice Service Club, Albrook AFB, was held
last Monday evening on the
wards of Gorgas Hospital,
Arrangements for the show
urora tuqHa hv Kfr Rrltt.a Dunn.
director of Carib Lounge.- with
the Red Cross director at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital. Airmen who parti participated
cipated participated in the show were A30
Robert M. Foster and A2C John
R. Mills, accompanied by Carton
Allison, Alcibiades Cllfforck To To-mas
mas To-mas Etrlck and Wilfred Anglin
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By FRED

NEW YORK, Hay 24 (UP)' Johnny Antonel Antonel-li
li Antonel-li and Willie Mays, who carried the Giants to their
. last pennant in New York, just could be the guys
who bring them their first in San Francisco.

; No longer regarded is t iwond-l
division team on a hot streak, the
Giants regained their 2 1-2-game
National League lead lastnighti
when they beat Warren Spain and
the Milwaukee Braves, 5-3. It was
a "bie one" because the Braves
had routed the Giants 'lnursaay
night and were sending the unbea unbeaten
ten unbeaten Spahn after his seventh straight
victory.
So Antonelli flashing Ms 1W4
31 -victory ferm, hurled a three three-bitter
bitter three-bitter and Mays, blasting away
en the hottest streak of his care care-r,
r, care-r, smashed a two-ron ninth.in.
ning homer to braak up the
pitchers' battle. The homor was
Willie's second game-winner In
throe games and his J 2th of the
, month-only four fewer than
Ralph Klner's NX. record for
' one month. .-.t :
slin ttMne his 231st win,
pitched a no-hitter for 6 1-3 innings
and led, 3-0, on a pair of homers
, v.A Mathews and Del Cran-
dall. But Mays broke the hltless
spell with a single that helped pro pro-rin
rin pro-rin a mm in the seventh and
auccessive homers by rookies Bob
Schmidt and Willie lurkiana uea
the score in the eigmn. :.
. tint wt tW ittfiK for a ninth
innins hern and that's a role
wnii hist can't resist these days
Danny O'Connell singled and then
Mays exploded his 12th homer in
14 games over me leu iiem leiiwe,
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AntonellLwho had only a 12-18
record last season, now has a 4-3
record and has pitched three
straight strong games. Aside from
Mavs. manager Bill Rigney calls
him "the key man of the club."
The Pittsburgh Pirates edged out
the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-2, the
Chicago Cubs crushed the Phila
delphia Phillies, 11-4, ana me Lin.
cinnati Kedlees mat tne los Ange-
lew Dodgers,' 4-1, in other N.:L,
games. In the American League,
the Mew York Yankees wnippea
the Detroit Tigers, 8-1, the Chic-
go white Sox nipped the Baltimore
Orioles, 1-0, the Boston' Red Sox
walloDedt he Kansas uty a s, s-i.
and the Cleveland Indians topped
the Washington Senators, 2-1.
Bill Materoski singled home the
decisive Tun for the Pirates' with
two out in the eighth inning as the
Bucs handed Vinegar Bend Mizcll
hU fifth loss. Ron Kline was the
winner although Don Gross pitch pitched
ed pitched the ninth.
Alvln Dark tripled with the
bases filled, Ernie Banks hit his
ninth homor and Bobby Thom Thomson
son Thomson doubled with (ho bases load,
d ai the Cubs romped for sa
vin runs in the 5th inning. Rookie
Glon Hobbio went tho dir
tonce for his third triumph while
Ray Semproch was tagged with
his fourth delfeat.
Hal Jaeffcoat rescued Bob Pur Pur-kev
kev Pur-kev with the bases filled and one
out in the eighth to preserve the
Rerilee' victorv over Us Angeies
Slnnnv. infield nlav contributed to
fifth and Ed Bailey homered off
mosp jnhnnv Podres in the SKti.
I nan e iNeai icvounicu iui .,
Dodgers' run with a seventh in
ning homer. The win was rruKey s
fifth.
Boh Turlev Ditched a sxl-hitter
for his seventh straight victory as
the Yankees ran their winning
streak to-l0' games. Gil McGou McGou-glad,
glad, McGou-glad, Elston Howard and Yogi Be Be-rra
rra Be-rra sparked the Yankee attack
with homers that helped extend
the Tigers' losing skein to nine
games. Turley, who had prtcneo
four shutouts, had the Tigers
whitewashed until the ninth.
Early Wynn pitched a three-hit
ter for the White Sox. who scored
the game's only run off Jack
Harshman in the third inning.
Wynn himself started it With a
single and came around on Luis
Apanclo s single and nelson f ox
sacrifice fly. Wynn tanned nine
and walked two in winning his
fourth game
....Ted Williams had three singles
and double and Dick Gornert
hit a three-run homor at the
I Red Sox kavotd Duke Maat in
- an inning and a third. Wizard

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LEADING
HITTERS

(bated on SO official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB- R H
Pet.
.470
.417
.343
.34i
,327
.326
Masial, St. L. 31
115
144
143
79
147
138
117
80
122
142
126
19
35
23
S
27
28
15
12
15
32
20
54
60
49
27
48
45
38
26
39
45
40
Mays, s. F. 36
Spencer, S. F. 36
Crowe, cmci. 24
WaUs. Chi. ; 37
Thomas, Pit. 34
Hoak. Cinci. 29
.325
Dark, Chi. 22
.325
Mazeroski.Pit. 32
Cepeda, S. F. 36
Ashburn, Phi. 33
.32!).
,317
.317
1 AMERICAN LEAGUE
Nieman, Bai. 24 73 12 30
.411
.374
.373
.365
McDoug.,N.Y. 26 99
Skowron, N.Y. 18 67
Vernon, tie. 31 85
18
9
15
8
15
20
6
28
9
Ward, Cleve.
27 66
31 126
34 130
15 62
27 97
29 102
.364
Fox. Chicago
Kuenri, Det.
Kubek, N.Y.
Cerv, K. Ci.
Robinson,' B.
,357
: .338
.323
.32!)
.314
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE..
i Mays, Giants
-Thomas,' Pirates
Cepeda, Giants 1
Walls, Cubs
Mathews, Braves
13
13
12
12
9
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen,' Red Sox
Maris, Indians
Triandos, Orioles
Minoso, Indians
11
.9
6
6
... ; RUNS BATTED IN-
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Thomas, Pirates 1 -;
Mays, Giants
; Spencer,5 Giants '.
Banks, Cubs
'Cepeda, Giants 1
34
33
33
31
29
. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Gernert, Red Sox'
F. Boiling. Tiaers
31
25
24
21
19
Vernon, Indians
LEADING
PITCHERS
(based, on I docltions)
: NATIONAL LEAGUE
W
Pet.
Elston. Cubs
5
6
5
6
5
L000
Spahn, Braves
.857
Purkey, Redlegs
.833
Friend. Pirates
Law,: Pittsburgh
,714
v AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yankees ; 7 0
Garver, Athletics '51
1.000
k .833
Sisler, Red Sox x 4 1
.800
Harshman. Orioles 5 2
Ford, Yanks 4 2
Wynn, .White Sox' 4 2
Grant, Indians 4 2
.714
.667
.667
.667
Nixon limited the A's to three
hits for his first win. Williams'
host day of tho season raised his
averaqe from .228 to uH.
The Indians climbed into second
rlaoe. 8 1-2 games behind the
Yankees, when Cal McLish heat
Pedro, Ramos with a three-hilter
Singles by Roger Maris and Russ
Nixon and a fielder's choice pro
duced Cleveland's winning run in
the fourth.
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Moose In Usual Uniform Chonrp
-Yank Stripe For Hospital White

By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK" (NEA) "Oh, I
got hurt in high school. Me and
another leuow nit neaa on wnen
I was playing football for Weber
High in Chicago," this was
Bill- Skowron caught in the midst
of a convessation from his hospi hospital
tal hospital bed -"and my thigh pad slip.
ped and I was outtnree weess.
v "I got banged in practice at
Purdue. Three guys were coming
and I turned my back on a block
at them. But I was never out too
inn Nnt like 1'vp been around
here. An air conauiomng umi uu
playing iirst base for the Yankees
riid more damage to me man
all the football your ever saw.; v.
AnH w i am again and I,m
afraid even to ask the doctor -nr
sirfnsv' Gavnor when I U be
back with the team.! :
tm, im. skowron went for a
ffrnund baU and his back began
making the kind of noises usually
v,.oi-h fmm a bowl of children s
hreakf ast cereal it was a puuea
muscle in the left upper lumbar
w now figures to be out or
the batting order for a month. t
A he relaxes in XNew iuia.
Lenox -.Hill Hospital,- aKowron
owns a .3(3 nailing vei&j
year and arepuation, arouna wie
hospital, of being an orderly and
faithful custmer. V
Thi. U thit third time in iour
years that Skowron has wound up
in Lenox urn nospuai. uo
..1 i-pnnrt in briefi follows: '
w r I -... . : .
In 1QiS Kill Was DriDKUlK U10
6-1. 195 pound trame mio untues
at a .400 cup wnen ue
muscle high up in the back of his
left leg and he was out for, six
and ineffective for more
than that. ....
Last SeptemDer, ne yioiaieu
..rriinai rule never do anything
for your wife and lifted an a.r
conditioner out oi me wmuuw x
his Englewood, N. J., apartment.
When he put it to, rest on the floor,
his back went on a sit-down strike,
tno. He missed the last couple of
nf tn snn anu was
a part time basil in the World
Series. r
Now he Is back again. -There
,,.ef ho reasnn for it. Here is
a burly, Supremely conditioned
.tv,itnf 28 who has been batter
ed in Big Ten football and always
tame dsk. ,. .
I But playing for the Yankees,
which is considerably better pay.
ing than college football-all re reports
ports reports to the Kcontrary-rhe is a
stretcher case at too frequent in-
"I don't know what it is." Skow.
ron moans. "I'm just going alon;
fine and everything seems won.
derful and here I go again. .The
only thing I tan do Is get hack
as soon, as they let me Md ;:Vy
twice as hard." 5
Casey Stengel says(: "He s one
of them : big strong fellers and
a. -ii. sottr hurt he does It
lfc; must av that he looks
fine swining a bat and playing
the position when he doesnt go
to the hospital."
There Is no recora oi dkuwiwu
being accident prone before com com-ing
ing com-ing to the Yankees. He certainly
But Moose Skowron has been
hurt to much he doesn't even
bother arguing with doctor any
more.
Johnson-Francis ;
Match Postponed
Until llexl Sunday
The 10-round feature bout be between
tween between U.S. featherweight Prineo
Johnson and former local 126.
pound champion ?odolfo Fran,
cis scheduled for tomorrow
night at tho National Gym ha
boon postponed until next Sun.
day, Juno 1, boxing promoter
Jote Luis Torres announced to.
diy.:?,-':;:?::'.'--4'-'
: CM1RT ETONIANS
smrrH ORANGE. N.J. (NEA)
Three members of tne sexon
Hall baseball team Sam caiei.
li. Mike Sheppard ana jara jei-
frev made "Who's Who Among
College stuaems. v ;
CATHOLIC STATISTICS
ktt.w YfiRK fUP The Cath.
olic Church in the United States,
Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands
has grown from 26,075,637 mem.
bers 10 years ago to 36,023,377,
the eatholic director of 19 5 8
showed yesterday. The iargost
archdioceses in the country are
Chlcaeo. Boston. Nev. : York and
Philadelphia.

Raul Espinosa Classic
To De Held Tomorrow

. o

Local horse racing tomorrow pays homage to
the "Father of Isthmian Turf dom" with the 17th
running of the $3,000 added one mile Raul Espinosa
Classic. ; )
Tomorrow's feature will be the second renewal
of the event at the modern President Remon race-,
track. -4 : -H,.-ri.:-''v::. s-, '.-U-i-'-'-k kd

Don Raul was truly the heart
and soul of the Juan Franco race racetrack
track racetrack up to the time he was forced
to leave his. homeland and leave
for California where he now re
sides. Reasons of health caused
the easy going, rotund and like
able Don Raul to depart these
shores... J & ,
Espinosa was the No. 1 organiz organizer
er organizer of local horse racing in the
early twenties when tho Juan
Franco track was put into opera,
tion and was it the helm of the
syndicate that operated the' track
up to the time he quit the Isthmus.-'1-;:
i: v '-v-;.' ')
Despite his almost 20 years ab absence
sence absence from the local scene, Don
Raul is vividly rememberedmost
ly by the poorer owners and train
ers who could always count on
him for a'helmng hand.
Today's classic has attracted a
field of only three scheduled start
ers because of the conditions cf
Race Track
P.P. Homo
1st Race "f"
r Jockoy 7 St.
Natives 4 Fgs.
1st RACE ON
1 Black Bee
2 Daniel
3 Don Luis
4 Plchoto
5 Radical "'
6 Sideral
7 Ciria
8 Juhe s
A. Vasquez 115
G. Sanchez 116
' B. Baeza 110
F. Justiniani 105x
A. Alfaro 103x
' H. Gustines 110
' E. Dafio 100
J. Jimenez 105

2nd "'Race Special Imp. 6 FgvPurs V50.00
. -2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 rIIistrion R. 'Cristian 118 i-Reportedly ready M
2 Play boy R. Vasquez 112 Knocking at door t i. 2 I
3 Ionias Pet H. Gustines 110 -Blazing early speed -1
4 Sober View il S. Carvajal 105 -Dubious ride last 10-1
5 Voltage 110s Complete flop ; 15-1
6 Bright Spur IB. Baeza 103 Has gopd workouts 4-1
7 Behader i T. Alvarez 122 Should make it now 1-2
8 Baranoa ; H. Salas 108 Early speed only ,32

3rd Race "D E" Natives
4 Fgs.
ONE
1 Mr. Jack, A.. Credidio ,108
i 2 Tingat ; J. Jimenez 108
3 GoldenWonder A.Lourless 101X
4 Toxic B. Aeuirre 108
5 Enganoso H. Gustines 106
t
4th

Raco Non-Winnors Natives 4 Purse $300.00
QUINIELA

1 Pilluelo
2 Tuti Fruti
3 Nirvana
4 Don Vito
5 Identica
6 Buscapleitos
7 Titita
8 Bosilongo
-" -103
rA. Credidio 106
B. Baeza 110
' H Gustines 106
, A. Alfaro 105x
H. Ruiz 110
m R. Gomez "110
G. Sanchez 112
5th i Race
Natives One Mile
Purse $300.00
1 Sandokan R. Vasquez 112
2 Coral G. Sanchez 122
3 Lady Edna B.i Baeza 119
4th Raco 4th Series Imp. 7, Fas.
1st RACE OF
1 Mikel H.i Gustines 108
2 Cervecero H. Ruiz 110
3 Topacto : G. Sanchez 108
4 Thunderstreak S. Carva. 115
I Contralor ; 3 Rodri. 115
7th Race 1st Serio Imp. 7
2nd RACE
1 Double Four
2 Gramilla
3 Hostigador
4 Gavilan
R. Vasquez 116
H. GustinesllO
B. Bae7a 118
V. Castillo 120

8th Raco 2-yr.old Non.Winnr 4 Purse $650.00
QUINIELA

1 Bathlna A. Credidio 103
2 Pocas Pilchas F. Alvarez. 110
3 Postin R. Vasquez 115
' 4 Tatin ' H. Salas 110
5 r0Me FIja H Gusties 110
6 Platano ........ E. Julian-110
7 Ramo B. Baeza 112
9th Race 5th Series Imp.
l--Distingo
? IWinuendo
3 Matriculado
F. Alvarez 110
V. Orteea 113
1 J. Rodri. llO
- E. Julian 112
4 Clarucha

5 ''ver Heels H. Gustines 11? Usually beats these
fi Oliver B. Baeza 110 wpnorteiilv improved
7 Lark 1 : B. Vasotiez.insx Early speed only.- v
8 Tiziano. R. Cristian 113 Dangerous contender
9 Colifato -- A. Alfaro 100x -Nothing in ages

10th Raco 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purso $400.00 Pool. Closes 5:40

jl Lobo
2 Red Label
3 'Rncancito :
' 4 Rabotaje
H. Gustines 110
J. Jimenez 115
J. Rodriguez 108
B. Baeza 115
11th Race "C". Natives 7
1 Marcelita
A.' Vasquez
"2-rhito
"'BT Baeza

3 Yosikito
4 Francisquito
5 Dr. Bill
6 Frijolito', r

A. Alfaro
H. Gustines
3. Phillips
A. Credidio

the race! It iff exclusively for na

tives over the one mile distance.
The weight-for-age handicapping
system is used for this race,. the
same as most of the other cals-
siccs. ...
Three-year,-old Sandokan will
tote 112 pounds each, five-year-old
Lady Edna gets in with 119 pounds
and sixJyear-old Coral will carry
122, pounds. Lady Edna1 gets a
three-pound allowance Because ot
her sex. .' '-.
Ruben Vasquez qill guide San
dokan. Braulio Baeza will be a
board Lady Edna while Guillermo
Sanchez will do the booting on
CoraL
Sandokan is handicapped in this
distance because he makes a ha
bit of bolting wide on the first
turn at distances of one mile or
more, but is still expected to win
Lady Edna and Coral appear to
be hopelessly outclassed.
Ten other interesting races ,are
included on the program.
Graded Entries
Comment
, : odd.
Purse $375.00
Poool Closes 1:00
THE DOUBLE..
Dangerous contender v : t 2-1
Form Indicates 3-2
In fight to finish K2-l
Must go lower ;50-l
Quits early 5-1
Could score again 5 1
Not this time K 3-1
Could get up here $ 3-1
Pool Closes 1:30
'h:--,. y-.if.'ris',---."'.'
Purse $400.00
TWO
feol Closes 2:00
Would pay good odds J-l
Ran well in last 2-1
Weak effort previous 10-1
Doesn't seem likely 1
.Form indicates EVLN
i Pool Closes 2:30
Good for plow work
Vastly, improved
Keyhaven offspring
Good early speed ; ;
Could make it here
Tamesis-Mrs. Cristina
i-Keyhaven-Glory's Ace
-Barretin-Just Rolling
50-1
2-1
3- 2
4- 1
4- 1
5- 1
5-1
31
RAUL ESPINOSA CLASSIC
Pool Closes 3:00
Should score at will 2-5
Not in top form 8-1
Should be runnerup : 5-1
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:40
THE DOUBLE
Jockey may help J 4-1
Enjoying goood form 5-1
Form indicates 2-1
Last was impressive 2-1
Reportedly "sharp", 5-2
Fo. Pur $1,000.00
OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 4:19
Depends on pace ' 3-2
-Favorite rider un ; i 3-1
Could score asain .J.. 2-1
Hard to beat here It
! Pool Closes 4:40
Not much class
Mas good workouts
Reportedly classy
Showed nothing
Uusually runnerup
ould su'nrise
Form indicates
10.
31
2-1
15-1
: -2
5-1
2-1

8 Fo. Furo $500.00
1 ONE TWO

Pool Closes 5:15
Poor ride in last
"ates good cbonce
'-r-Enjoying top form
"an well in last
52
10-1
81
2-1
50-1
5 1
Impressive In last
Has late foot
Could unset- these
Seems best here
2-1
50-1
31
. 3-5
Fgi.Pune $425.00 Pool Closes
112 Usually vlose up ;
11
110 Doesn't seem likely
41
30-1
2-1
. 5-1
2-1
105x Early speed only
115 Hard to beat, here
105 Could surprise
112 In fight to finish

Editor: CONOCO CA"C:a?JT

fa

M .4
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. gb;
24 12 .647
1 12 .413 2tt
1 15 .55? '4
18 1? .4S4 4'A
15 1 .441 8
14 18 .438 8
1 12 17 .414 8Vi
.13 23 .34V HVi
San Francisco
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Cincinnati -Los
Angeles
' Today's Garnet
Chicago at Philadelphia,
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Los Angeles at Cincinnati -San
Francisco at Milwaukee
i Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
San Francisco 000 000 122 5
Milwaukee 100 020 000-3
7V1
3 0
Antonelli (4.3) and Schmidt.
Spahn (6-1) and Crandall.
" (Night Game)
Chicago ., 100 070 012-11 14 1
Philadelphia 100 021 010- 4 10
Hobble "(3.4) and Tappe.. ;l
Semproch (4.4), Millter, More
head, Grax, Hacker and Lopata;
(Night Game' k
St. Louis 002 000 000-2 10 1
Pittsburgh (200 000 01x-3 9 (0
Mizell (2-5), Wight and H,
Smith
, Kline (5-3)," Gross and FoiIes.r
" (Night Game)
Los Angeles 000 000, 100 1 8
Cincinnati ; 000 031 00X 4 J -3
,' Podres (4.3), Roebuck and Hose
boro.
' Purkey (5.1), Jeffcoat and Bat.
ley. -- x-:
Tribune Tips
By LUIS ROMER
' Saturday
1 Resuelto Cambrloleur
2 Pasatiempo Golden Rocket
3 Csrrrwlita (e) Don Manuel
4 Sahri Bargyle
5 Xistullari lMinul Podraza
4 Don' Lucho Blue Zulu
7 Alcarax J Gonetino
8 Rutilante Miss Patiosco
9 Chivilingo () 1 Alhajor ()
10-il nformal
Gaiapo
11 Monaco
1 Sunday
"l Black Bee
.2 Play Boy
3 Enganoso
4 Nirvana
5 Sandokan
6 Thunderstreak
7 Double Four
9 Postin '- '
Oliver
10 Sabotalo II
11 Francisquito
Apache
V Daniel
Behador(e)
Tingat
totl Fruti
Coral
Contralor
Gavilan
v Rmo
Minuondo
. .. Lobo
Frijolito

It'o an rt'k:'---

old frioric! ;

'STAND Air v, h
SCOTCH WHISKY

ti.now in the j j
- tall triangular

pottli j
. t 7- ft.-. -JW
X k rt'Wkl,!.
:k&j t-
i 1 y 4
: rk- ,!
ii.. ''" ....... 1 r : v . .- jr- 'f '."it i". .:

DISTRIBCTOKS

MOTTA Y
rANA:.:.v

' 1

AMERICAN LEAGl'5
NewYoric" ?1 k
ClovolanoT : IS 17 !su aia.
Boston 17 17 .s j
Kansas City 14 15 .AZ2 9U
Baltimore v 14 H i"i oa
Washington -; 14 13 ,4.'S 11
ii'4-
13
Detroit J 1S 11 : i-
Washingtotf at Cleveland
New York at Detroit w
Boston, at Kansas City
Baltimore at Chicago
i (Nidht Aamal
Washincton-,. ion nnn niwi t
Cleveland 100 100 00x-2 i
Ramos (2.4, and, Courtney.
McLish (1-1) and Nixon. ''
Baltimore : 000 ooo oool i
-u"-a8ti , ooi 000 00X 1 T
Harshman' (5-2) and TriandoV

s i ?. a

juu ana iouar.
(Nidhf Gam.
New York -. 303 000 020-4
Detroit 1 000 000 0011
i4
l
Turley (7.0) and Berra.
Hoeff (3-4),. Morgan, jShaw, Sus.
ce,Sleater and Wilson. --
'(Night Game)
Boston 070 100 1009 14 I
Kansas Cityv 100 000 0001 3 1
Nixon L.4 and -Berberet.
Maas (1.4), Craddock, Herbert,
Burnette and; Smith.
JcLnllcbiy Wins
Scvon!!) IL Grnio
i--.--r. .... -,. i-' n
' KEW5 YORK, May 24 '(UP)-The
league-leading Montreal Royals ;
scored all their runs in the 8th
inning Friday, night to rout Co-r
lumbus, .10-3, for their seventh :
straight victory. i ,i
.4 little lefty Jackie 'Collum, sum summoned
moned summoned from the Los Angeles Dodg-'
'rs ,,whent Montreal's p i t c h n j
strength.-; was at its lowest ebb,
came on in the top of the eighth
to stem the Columbus tide and re'
eeived credit for his first triumph.
Tom Lasorda started the 'contest'
but' was relieved in the eighth
when, the jets scored their- third
run of the game.,'
4J. J V J
Pat Scantleburyscattered four
hits as Toronto shutout Rlch.
mond, 4-0. Homo runs by Rockv
Nelson and. Jim Morton 1 helped
the. southpaw chalk up his so.
venth victory against one set
back.- - ::
In, other games,Luis Ortiz and
Jack Phillips clouted : homers as
Buffalo edged Miami,- 3-2 a n d ;
Rochester beat Havana, 8-2. i
MOTTA, LTDA:
colc.'I

I



SATIT.DAT, MAY 21, 133S

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDZPENDEXT DAILY NZTTSPAPES
PAGZ NIX1
Severn
Just
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Si
T "'
am

Mm mall

2

! tit i

THEIR MAN -Stan Musial is never too busy for admirers old and young. Boys asking ques questions
tions questions get a warm' smile and courteous answers from the eighth player in major league history
to make 3,000 hits. The Cardinals' record-wrecker is after his eighth batting championship.

Unisport; Albrook Score Wins
In J.C. Basketball Tourney

Unisport 47

45

Cristobal High

Game Highlights: -The Cristobal
High Tigers threw- a scare into
the defending champions.The High
School boys led at .the -r
end of the first quarter, 11 to 10
and at half time 23 o 21 but feU
behind at the end of the hi r a
period to 29."Cookie'! Tagaropu.
os and Fersahdo Tom Jed the U U-nisport
nisport U-nisport attack -chalking up 16 and
14 points respectively i-The ".Tigers,
leading scorer was 6 it. 4 Brn
Gibson. Eddie Pabon and Wendy
Sasso aided the Cristobal cau$e
collecting 23 points between them.
The Unisport-Cristobal game was
the best game insofar as to the
doubt of the outcome. Tomorrow
afternoon at 4" o'clck the Uni Unisport
sport Unisport team will 'beet the Albrook
Air Force team and the, winner
will take part in the final game
of the tournament to be played

at 8 o'clock ,tbi evening.

Vextdames "Ft. dayttf sfe

Glud. Agency (2 p.m.); .. AiDrooK
AFB vs Unisport (4 p.m.); Win.
ner o; 2 p.n. game vs. winner of

8 p.m. game..,
Team C.H.S. I
Sasso -Pabon
'
Gibson k.t Ji,.
Bosemin jn;il
Kirkland V n
Chin $ r
Humphrey r

Kuiig
Tompkins

g ft pf tp

4 3 2 11
6 0 3 12
7 1 115
.V.1..1...1

1 2M
1 0 5
0 00
O'O'O
o a .0

0
2
0
0
0

."Totals"-.. ... 19 7 9 45
Unlsports1 rT' f 9 'ft pf tp
Tom .7024
Smith'"" 0 0 4 0
Downing 0 1.21
Quezada 3 2 48
Perez ', Q 3 8
Bimons 0 0 2 0
Tagaropulos . 8 0 2 16
Totals 22 3 19 47
Acinic Petit
To Defend r::t

Crowns In U.S.

Panamanians tennij player A'
chile Petit beganthis. season win.
ning two trophies in the ewly ewly-formed
formed ewly-formed Gulf Coast Athletic confer conference.
ence. conference. Petit wonlhe championship, com-

peting against netters from ; Hus-

ton-Tillotsorf of Texas; Dillart U

niversity of New Orleans, Toua-

loo Southern Christian College, Bl Bl-'
' Bl-' shop College .and Rust College,
Miss. ''
He is due to defend his" South Southwestern
western Southwestern and Midwestern champion championship;
ship; championship; later o this month at the an annual
nual annual Midwt st International Con Conference
ference Conference Carnival." '. V;
e s -
Petit alsi became the first Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian Jionor roll student at
Huston.Tilldlsoil to be accredited

in the Alpha Kappa Mu Jlonori fights at 10 p.m.

Society. "Ab eady he holds the dis

tinction oft being the first Pana-i

manian tqj have make member membership
ship membership in thje Delta, Chapter, .Alpha
Phi Alpha; fraternity. "j.

Albrook; AFB 7?, Balboa High 56
k..s rX, v.
. Game Highlights: Emmett Bry.
ant, Albrook's own "Globe trot,
ter," put on a dazzling display of
dribbling and, shooting last night
while leading the Flyers to a 79
to 5 win over a cousageous Bal Balboa
boa Balboa sHigh School team. Bryant
was ,-top point man of the game
of 23 points. Patrie had eighteen
and Hopwood "as fifteen to booster-Albrook's
ttal. Balba Hign
'was led by Raul Barbara and
Gary Alexander.who tallied seven,
teen and ten repectively. The Fly.
boys will meet the winner of to to-night'i
night'i to-night'i second game between Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High and dfending champs
Unisport. v
" Next Game: 2:00 Saturdayft.
C'ayton ,vs Glud Agencies.

Albrook
Bryant
Hopwood

Clarke

tg ft pf tp
M.J 5 23
8,3 3 15

i. 0 00 0

Agafl'

Smitho
Austin
Miller -Patrie
" -Johnston
Holbrook
Sines-'
Donaway
Totals v-
B.H.S.
Cunningham
Colbreth
Alexander
Barbara
Morrif 1
Nahmad -Womble
Delgado

Engleke

Wood

Trimble
Roe
Totals

.ift.T0
0 0
-2 ..

1
.0

2-a

0 0

- 04 4
13 3
11 3
0 3 18
0 0 0

4 3 211
0 0 2 0
10 0 2

32 15 22 79
fg ft pf tp
.2.1 0 5
2 4 3 8
- 3 42 10
- 7 1 217

115

4 3

17 22 18 56

C.F.N. Radio-TV

Spjrts Schedule
Broadcast of the Memorial Day

Indianapolis Speeway, race will
highlight the Caribbean Forces
Network sports siheduled during
the ioming week. Athletic events

to be seen and heard are as fol follows:
lows: follows: Radio X'
May 24 San Francisco vs Mil.
waukee at Ie30 p.m. .
May 25 Boston vs Chicago at
1:30 p.m.
May 26 Baltimore vs Kansas
City at 2:30 p.m.
May 28 New York vs Kansas
City at 2e30 p.m. ;
May 30 Indianapolis 500-mile
Speed way Race at 1 p.m.. follow,
ed by -Washington vs New YoYrk
baseba'l game. 1
., May 31 New York vs Boston
at 1 p.m. i

- May 23 Wrestling at 10 p,m.
! May 26 St. Nicks boxisg at
10 p.m.

May 28 Wednesday night

at

May- 29 Golf Show

p.m.. ... ,. v .......... f
i May 30 Wrestling at "10 p.m.
: May 31 Golf Show (Encore)

H i p.m

I!Lj!il Tennis Class

For Beginners Set

To M 1m 2

Night tennis classes Tor. novlcees
and beginners and. advanced students-
will be started June 2 at
the Diablo .Tennis Courts under
the direction of William Hele, one
of the Canal .Zone's best tennis
players.
Sponsored sby the. Canal Zone
Division "of Schools,, the classes
will be, held .each Monday and

unaay .nignt. during the i coming
summer vvacatioh months. They

are open to u. s. citizen students
over the age of 12 years who are

dependents of Canal employes or

woo are registered In the Canal

one united States schools of the

Canal Zone.
The classes for begginners and
novices will be .chid each Mon.

day and Friday from 7 to 8:15

p.m. The classes for zdvanced
students will be held the same
nights from 8:15 to 9:30 o'clock.
If there are enough registrations.

Hele announced that an addi

tional olass. wjould be held.Twes.

uay niguu. t J-;., 3".-

Kegistration for the classes is
now -open. Those interested may

arrange to register ty calling Mr.

Hele at 2-3196 Uny time f t e r
working hours.-There will be no

registration fee and students are
being asked to bring their own

equipment. :
The. summer tennis classes last
year-proved highly popular with
Canal Zone students.

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) When
Ted Williams first vcame around,
Hugh Duffy was coaching the
Red Sox.
Young Williams paid little at attention
tention attention to Old Hughie until the
swaggering kid from San Diego
was told that he had twice led
National League bitters. .with
.378 in 1893 and .438 in '94.
"A little fel'ow like that bat
ting .400!" ejaculated Williams.
He found it hard to believe.
"Were the ball and the pitching
distance the same?" -.
Assured that the game was the
same, except that the ball wasn't
quite as lively, Willifms started
following Dufiy around, pumping
him with questions. .,
When Ty Cobb introduced him himself
self himself to-Willie Mays of the Giants
the other day, the Say Hev Kid
didnt know who the G 'la
Peach was. ,. . ; ..
; So, with Stan Musial .joining the
exclusive 3,000-Hit Club, the ques.
tion is a good one: What kind of
men were the other seven? Like
Williams and Mays, a lot of late
arrivals know little about Cobb,
Honus Wagner, This Speaker, Ed.
die Collians, Nap Lajeie, Cap An.
sos and even Paul Waner.
IN THE EYS OF MOST people
who. saw him with he Tigers
1905.26 and1 two more years with
the Athletics Cobb stands a.
lone as the fiery genius of base base-ball.
ball. base-ball. Cobb did everything different.
Crowding and crouching over the
plate, Tyrus, a left-hand hitter,
kept his hands a few inches apart
on the bat, a grip used by. no
batter today. When he hit to left
field, the left hand came- J n 1 0
play. When he pulled the ball to
right field, the left hand slipped
down as he swung, giving him the
leverage of the swinging slugger
of today. He could bunt and drag,
was safe with the slightest bob.
ble.
Pitchers disposed of Babe Ruth
and other renowned belters sim simply
ply simply by walking them, but Cobb

was even more dangerous after

getting on base. Ty was the only
player who dominated the game
and, the most spectacular outfield,
er of his. time.
HONUS WAGNER LO U I S.
VILLE, 1897-99, and Pittsburgh,
1900-17 was the greatest alL

round player of them all did evr
erything, but catch. Ed Barrow,
who discovered the Flying Dutch,
man, rated him ahead of Cobb be.
cause he was matcheless at the
most important position short.

stop. He .was the. most feared
Tight-hand batter who ever step

ped to the plate, yet was a bet

ter fielder than a hitter and only
Cobb, Max Carey and Eddie Col.

liss surpassed his 72Q stolen bas.
es.;'-;,, )wT. t .:-;;-v
It was Tris Speaker's misfor.
tune to run contemporary to Cobb,
who usually managed to beat the
Gray Eagle for the batting cham.
pionship, although the margin was

slight at times, as the. latter's

lifetime Red Sox, 1909 15; In
dians, '16-26; Senators, 27; and
Athletics, "28 average .345, makes
plain.
Until Joe DiMaggio came a.
losg and Speaker could be seen
only in the flattering light of dis distance,
tance, distance, h; was the model of all
ouUielders. No center fielder ever
played or went back for a ball as
we I i
KID GLEASON, WHO MANAG.
ED the White Sox, considered Ed.
die Collins Athletics, 1908 14;
White Sox, '15-26 and A's again,
'27-28 the greatest player who
ever stepped on a diamond.
The Columbia alumnus was the
keystoner and keynoter of two of
the most accomplished clubs that
ever took the field the A'a who
won four pennants in five years,
1910.14, and the White Sox, who
came down in front in '17 and
lamentably turned out to be the

Black Sox when they duplicated

'19.

Napoleon Lajoie Phillies, 1897.
1900 A's, '01; Indians, '02-14; and
A's again, '15-16 ranked only be.
hind Collins as a. second base,
man. He was remindful of Rogers
Hornsby at bat.
PAUL WAN E R P I R AT E S, mi.
40; Dodgers,. '41 Braves, '41-42;
and Dodgers again, '43-44 was
called Big Poison only because his
little brother, Lloyd, or Little
Poison, was a mite smaller. Paul
stood only 5-8 1-2 and weighed no
more than 155 pounds. His eyes
magnified the ball. :,
Adrian Anson," the connecting
link between old and modern base,
ball 1871-1897 was called the
greatest hitter who ever lived by
Charles A. Comiskey. Competent
authorites called Cap Anson the
daddy of all first basentan. The
pionships in '76, '80, '81. '82, "85
and '86. Anson, the foremost stra.
tegist of his time, led them to
the last five.
.. .";'' --'' -'v.v'-'.:'';..
Stanley Musial of the Cardinals
richly belongs to be with the oth.
er seven members of the 3,000.
Hit Club and is the most beloved
of outstanding- ballpayers since Ho Honus
nus Honus Wagner.

GUN CLUB,
NOTES
' -''
PEDRO MIGUEL

-Next Sunday. May 25, being the
last Sunday of the month. This
Club wti hold its regular bi.
monthly trap shoot, at Its range,
top of Paraiso Hill.'

The program will consist of

three 25 ,target events, 1 t yard

handicap, at ATA yardages and

12 pair of doubles. Usual event

optiosals, percentage five divi.

shooting to Begin at io a.m
sharp. All Canal Zone tmpshoot

era are cordially invited to come
out and get their practice in for
the C.Z. State Shoot, whicn is to

be held at the West Bank Range

of the Balboa Gun Club on May

du ana 31.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEHTSPAPE3
S4TXKPAT, MAY i,
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
THIS SPACE IS FCR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE. 2-C740
- i
Miscellaneous
SERVICES

rc T a S $ I FIE D Si1
p- TT -a-

1. 1,

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1 1

Automobiles
t We will bay voirr ear and ear
caih. No weitiee
Any malia ana we-el. TU
veli Motors ot Tivon Crewl-fl-Tot
2-4211 2-4124.
Mrfflert inrt'alla. froo. Prieee
f muff Ion on Fori, CharreleV
Plymouth $9.95? oil othoit $12 $12-95.
95. $12-95. Mofflere a-d Bipoi. re
InttalUtioii. Tivoll Motort- at;
Tivoli Cronnf. Tel. 2-4222
' 2-4114.

, FOR SALI: Sy-eeem-Alplot
Sport 2 oator, perfect eo-di-tion,
wonderful opportunity. f r.
' 175.00. Call Eikildaen, Ceteu
Moton Int., Tol. 2-169. Pa- .,
'Mama Hillman -Sunboam deal.

tat SALE: I oriiinal
195$ Fort" Curtom Tuderexeel Tuderexeel-lent
lent Tuderexeel-lent condition $725.00. Phono
Balboa J263 after 4:30.
V FOR $ALI 1953 For4 Coun Coun-try
try Coun-try ieda. 4-deor, 9 pawe-aor,
, excellent condition. Telephone
Balboa 2324.
A FOR SALIs .5. ForJ ttation
V wagon country sedan, v9 pei pei-'.
'. pei-'. senior, Fordomatie trantmiiiion;
-undercoating, radio, waw tiros; ;,
Uuo and white exterior; rod and
!'w h It o Interior. Thiinderkird
. i motor, $1950.00 Taylor, 2172 2172-C.
C. 2172-C. Curundu, C X, Phono C--tundu
5162.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
station wagon. Call Balboa 1-
3540.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
: V hardtop. ww, radio, Mer-e-
matic. Good condition. $975.00.
' Balboa 3676.
FO SALE: 19 J5 Chevrolet 2
door hardtop, power glide, 2 2-tono,
tono, 2-tono, low mileage. Beet offer.
Phono Coco Solo 575.
FOR SALE. 1950 Ford conver convertible,
tible, convertible, radio, good top. Call 6318.
House 189-B Gamboa.
US ArCsrib School
Army Atlantic Cage
Tournament leader
n UPARCARIB School quintet
i lfpriinff the Army Atlantic Com-
n- v Wei -BsskfilbsBv Tourna-.
merit at the end of the first round
ol cnr'Won with a perfect 7
and 0 record.
Tn wontl olace .arc the !"artrs
n' Tnmnanv. 1st Battle Groilfl,
9r h Tnfitrv with one loss and five
wins. Navy Hasbor Defense Unit
r.ci-ftthUirs are holding down
third olace with a 4 and 3 record,
-ipe te Junsle Warfare Traimn?
r.enter has a grasp on fourtn piace
with their 3 and 3 total.
Wh sroririe honors for the first
: h go s to -the .mRCABW

, School's center John Foster, who

h t"?led 1R0 ponts in seven con

1 tt fnr 25.9 Tjomts Ber game

aecond place is A Battery'i Willie

362 points for seven games wun an
' Glosn.. behind Foster ..An

, Hinns with an aggregate total of

t average of 23 points per game.

Other high scorers are: third

J place, Dan Griffin Of the 549th MP
Comoanv with a 19.9 average;

fourth nlace, USARCARIB School's

Don Myers with n pomta per
I. 'ame and fifth place, Don Steven-

ion of Navy Galeta Point with 14.4

e 'points per game..v:;.;,j..,A-v
FIRST ROUND STANDINGS

! tSARCARIB Schojl
I C Co., 1st B. G., 20th Inf.
' Navy Harbor Defense Unit
JWTC -;i: C"
A Bat., t4l.h lAA Saltation
fl 549th MP Company :..-,.; 1,;.,
; Navy Galeta Point

FOR RENT
V COMMERCIAL AND
OFFICE SPACE
Building under construction
located, in the corner of Jus Jus-to
to Jus-to Arosemena Ave. and East
25th St. 98 feet over. East
25th St. Glass windows all a a-round.
round. a-round. Two class doors 10
feet wide -h on Jnsto Aro Arosemena.
semena. Arosemena. J I nt may still be
made to su. individual needs.
F. YCAZA Y CIA S. A.
25-45 Justo Arosemena Ave.
MAINTENANCE

Excellent opportunity with North-American
; company for individual with experience in
plant and equipment maintenance. Perma-
nent position. Write Apartado 4591 with,
full particulars ana 8maIfhoiograph7- T

Apartments

VACATION APARTMENT
Will ront throo badroom com completely
pletely completely furnithod apartment far
tho month of Juno, July and
Auf utt, located doio to Hotel
.El Panama. For detaib call 3.
7 1 17 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furniihed or itn itn-furnithod
furnithod itn-furnithod apartment in new
haute in the Via Fernando do
Cordova No. 15, upttiirt of the
. Muebloria Moderna Sucunal.
Tel. 2-2813 y 3-4734.
FOR RENT: For ; buiintti or
living ojuarteri, convenient clean
'apartment. Large porch, bod-
room and dining room. 4tb of
July Avenue No. 13-11 -above
Ridg o Agency. Phono 3-1014 or
1-7117.
FOR RENT. Two bedroom fur fur-niihed
niihed fur-niihed apartment, 1 bathroomt,
livinf-dlningroem, 48th street.
No. 17. Tel. 1-1504. -.
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur fur-niihed
niihed fur-niihed apartment,. Automobile
Row. $70.00, Telephone Balboa
28.
FOR RENT Two bedroom fur-
nished apartment,; down plant,
$80.00. Ave, Jose- do Fabrega
y No. 16 r.a Trinidad" Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. :'i 'rUSli:',
J FOR RENT. Army Inspected ,,
, furnished one bedroom apart-
ment, all conveniences. 4th of
July Avo. Phono' 2-208 f.
FOR RENTwFurnished, one
brdroom modern apartment. All
conveniences 68 Via Balisario
Porra
Commercial Sites
FOR, RENT: Spaced suitable
for storoge, ehop or store; across
from Coca Cola Company. 3000
square feet. Will alter, to to
suit tenant. Will' rent all' or
part. Call, Pinturas ItsmaKaa,
Telephone 2-8444 or 2-0857,
Panama..
Brower Bids Low
01 Inferior Painting
Of PanCanal Houses
Serviclo Brouwer, Panama paint
contractor, entered aooarent low
Diai totaling 8126,882 on all hree
schedules covering the mamten.
ance interior paint work' in U.S.
fata AmnlniiAs'- nHent nne 1m ika
iv .MiiJiwjco UBl kCl.l III
Canal Zone for the period of July
1, 1958 to June 30, 1959. The bids
were opened Wednesday afternoon
at tsaiDoa Heights.
Other bids ranging from $137,.
680 to $144,006 were1 ottered by
Pacific Contractos, Inc., the Tro Tropical
pical Tropical Paint Company, and Guar,
dia and Company. 1 1
The paint work la to be done
during the year's oeriod as re
quired and will include walls, ceil
ings, iioors, hallways, and stair
ways of U.S. rate quarters on
both sides of the Isthmus.
The contract for two of the three
schedules of this type of mainte
nance paint work during the past
six munin penoa, ex ending irom
January 1 through June 30, 1958,
was awaraea in uecemcir to aer.
vicio Brouwer, Guardia and Com
pany was awarded the contract
for the third scncdule. : ;
Two Out Of Three
US Taxpayers'
Make Mistakes
- CHICAGO (UP) Two out of
every three federal ; income tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers favored themselves in mis
calculations last year, and the er error
ror error cost them an aver age. of $90
in. added taxes, Commerce Clear,
ing House nwiU.-'f,-,.y'-'f-'
CCH, national reporting author
ity on tax and business law,' said
1,090,000 taxpayers made the mis mis-takefs
takefs mis-takefs on their income tax returns.
Bills for the shortages, which to totaled
taled totaled $98,12,3000, were sent out as
soon as the careless figuring was
discovered, CCH said.
Another 615,000 taxpayers sent
too much money to the Internal
Revenue Service,- and received
$42,979,000 in total refunds, CCH
said.. The refunds averaged $70.
The Internal i Revenue Service
checked about 11 out of every 12
returns .rue a last year in tha
mathematical verification opera operation,
tion, operation, 28 per cent more than In
1956, CCH said.
The investigation showed 29 per
cent more inaccurate returns
man were found the previous year,
"Ti the Hollar volume involved in!
the mistakes increased 30 per
cenf. 4
SUPERVISOR

tEAVE fOV AD WITH ONE OF OL'B AGENTS OR Ol'R OFF1CFS AT 13 37 "H" STREET. PANAMA LIBRFRIA PREaADO I Street No. 13 AGENCI AS
INTERNAL. DE-PUBLICACION'ES No. J hetUtf Plua CASA ZALOO Central Ave. 45 LOIRDES PHARMACY 182 La CirrasouiUs a FAR1CIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St. a LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UmOS-rl4 Ceotral 've
FARMACIA LLX-1S4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fco. la Osii Are. No. 41 0 FOTO DOMV Justo Arosemeia Ave. end 33 L FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER JIS 50 Street No. 53 FARMACIA L BATL'BRO Parque Lefevre I Street FARMACIA. "SAS"-,Via Porru III .NOVEDADES AT HIS
Beaide tbe Bella Vista Theatre.

Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceansiae CottaBoa
Santa Clara' R. do P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 1-1877 Cristobal S-1673.
' Spend, your weekends" at Rio
Mar, tho best beach Jo tho Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of commo-
; dities,' open day and night. Tho
new management is at your erv-
'- kes. .. v
"FOSTER'S Certain and Urge
Beach House. One mile past tho
Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
Houses
POR RENTs Furnished chalet
two bedrooms, kitchen, living-
diningroom, ; bathroom, U.S.A.
Army impected. 45th Street 2 2-13.
13. 2-13. Pheno 3-5351.
FOR REHT Unfurnished 3-
bedroom house, Golf Heights.
Specious fenced grounds. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2870. .,
t Service Personnel,
. Government Employees
Are ellflble to finance thai NtW
or USED Car or Borrow en jrotu
praseM car throafh
Agency, .
DICK DEHLINGER :
representins ..
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
.Me. 4S AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City x
Phone 3-4984 3-4S8S
Jotcl: HOLLAND HOUSE
, I mlns. from thi, heart of v j
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences U
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath.- Hot and cold water,
'. Price: SS'and $8 dally,'
, with meals. ; !,
' Cosaiopolitan kitchen . ; ..
Hone rldlnf,,,;:,;;:''!..
" Fof reservations F.,, 04 $
' : .... : Box 4459 -Manaier:
'Bill end Elenor- Jasper
T r a n s i s t o r,
ELECTRONnj:
, FLASHGUN
Temperature of the un
ONLY $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Fhone 2-2316
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent -Gibraltar
Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
ajmnaBagsaBsaasasaBSssssaaai
NEW!
' SPEEDLITE 40 1
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
,t ONLY 2.3 Lbs.-
14. HUM
Panami ; Colon
- TV SERVICE
What'a Tour TV Problem?
Q
UALITY PARTS
DALITY SERVICE
SAME DAYy.
Special Half Price en iranaporta iranaporta-:
: iranaporta-: tlon U.S. trained technician..
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
iivoh Ave. no. la-ze t. :
Tel. 1 19ns
TITO POSTPONES TRIP.
' BELGRADE (UP) The govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment yesterday said President Ti Tito
to Tito defoitely had postponed a sched scheduled
uled scheduled visit to Poland. ;
It was the second cancellation of
a state visit involving Yugoslavia
ince the Soviet Union and the
East European i satellites opened
campaign to ; force Yugoslavia
back into the .Kremlin orbjt. i
Ea"f lief thifmonm.rlriir-to
Belgrade by Soviet President Kli.
menti Voroshilov was cancelled.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALEs Slides ef Panama
Duplicates made . TOP
QUALITY prints from all your
negatives (even MINOX), Over Overnight
night Overnight service en the ONLY
ELECTRONIC PHOTOFINISH.
1NG equipment in Panama. Bring
yqur photographic problems te
the most modern establishment
that has a CENTURY ef EX EXPERIENCE,
PERIENCE, EXPERIENCE, Fore El ; Halcon,
across El Panama Hilton. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 1-1179. i..
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
O M F S R S MISCELLANEOUS
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
' Sealed bids, for opening in pub pub-lie,
lie, pub-lie, will be received until Ii30
p.m., May 29, 1958, in the ef ef-fice
fice ef-fice ef Superintendent, Store
' house Branch, Balboa, for office
furniture and machines; gene
' rator; pilsdriver; hammers; band
saw machine; drill press; wash
inj machine; grinding machine)
; hacksaw; metal shearing ma machine;
chine; machine; planer; printing machine;
. sawing machine; belt threading
machine; shaping machine; sau sausage
sage sausage ituffer machine; mortiier; -,
cash register; oil dispensing out-
. firs; Pari Green; dry cleaning
.. presses; motion picture protect :
.' era; pumps; safe; scales; Cush
man Scooter; tamper; vibrators; f
, cargo trucks; hydraulic turbine; ;"
Lima excavator revolvers; clam
shell bucket; railroad tank ears;
. paint guns and paint spray
' tanks; luminaries; transit mix t
or; telephone switchboard; print
ing presses; duplicating mach
ine and compressors with spare
parts. Invitation No. S-58-410
may be obtained from office
." ef Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch,' telephone 2-1086,
- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
J OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
? FOR SALE
Scaled bids,- for opening In pub-
. lie, will be received until 10:30
A.M., May 29, 1958, in the of of-.
. of-. fice of Superintendent, Store
home Branch, Balboa, for turn-,;
lucklei; half rounds; structural
I. '; tires; tubes, carburetors;
magnates and parts;, parts for; 1,
meat grinding machines; perco-
lators; Industrial trucks; ; hoists;
starting and lighting system; pow
er saws; refrigerators and com-
pressors. Invitation No. S-58-409
may be 4 obtained from office
; of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, telephone 2-1 086.
, .."Sealed hide will b accepted by
Hie Navy Exchange Officer,
i Naval Station, Rodman,- Canal
Zone for the sale of equipment.
i The equipment may be inspect inspect-:
: inspect-: ed at the Supply 6- Fiscal Depart Department
ment Department Storehouse, Bld. No. 2,
N.S. Naval Station, Rodman, C
Z. between the hours of 9:00
A.M. thru 3:00 P.M. daily, Mon Monday
day Monday thru -Fridays. Bids will be
. opened 10:00 A.M. on 10 Junet
1958. Bid forms, may be obtain-'
ad at the Navy Exchange Office,
; building No. 24, Rodman Canal
Zone. For further information
please Cad Navy 1389 er
3490".
Syll Island Set
For Biggest Season
Of liudisl Bathing
SYLT ISLAND. Germany (UP)
.The back-to-nature business
Is so brisk on the North Sea Isle
of sylt that authorities have
ordered parking lots near Abys Abyssinia
sinia Abyssinia Beach where the bare facts
prevail.
Officials do not expect any
customer resistance to the 32-:
mark X$7.50) highway toll of
driving over the six-mile cause causeway
way causeway from the mainland, to this
ldyllc Isle.
They have good cause for opti optimism.
mism. optimism. Last year so many cars
narked near Abyssinia Beach
that there scarcely was room for
the sunbathers to abandon their
clothes.
, This 'year, the automobiles
will be directed Into new parkins;
lots near the two-mile stretch
of sand where even bikini makes
a bather over-dressedr
t But a sanay curtain or roiling
dunes still will protect the na
ture worshippers from the mere
ly curious.
The Isle of Svlt has miles of
Beaches, most of them as deco deco-ous
ous deco-ous 'as New York's Jones Bench
but the Abyssinia stretch is West
Germany's nudist center. v
Beach sandals are permissible,
but an other soparel Is forbid forbidden
den forbidden on Abyssinia Beach.) Ca Cameras
meras Cameras us barred.
Last year, nollce acting on
court orders, seized picture post
cards of Abyssinia Beach sold
here. The theory apparently is
that it's all Went to enloy the
scenerv personallvhut vou rnt
show the stav-at-homes what
they're mlssine.'
v Pole exception to the no no-clothes
clothes no-clothes rule has been British
Rovar Air Force pilots. Their
training flichts seem to be
beamed directly along the beach
.t law altitude. The-fvit sun.
bothers redster PTltdic oblec
tlons-aJ not n bout the neeplna;
Tom 'TJliotit- but- about- the -noise
of the Dlanes. ; An occasional
helicopter also drops by.'

Home Articles'

FOR SALE: Philce refrigerator,
dinette set, Rattan set, 5 piece
mahogany bedroom set, Magic
Chef stove. Very reasonable.
Rochet street No. 14, Apt. 14,
off Tivoli Avenue, i
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA S-rviee
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West North 4 East a Sottth
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ppehinj lead
BERT CROSSETT of Pittsburgh
sent me toaay s naou wiin a ic
quest that I comment on the bid
nine and olav. .. . '!, :
In particular he wants to Know
if four hearts' should have 'been
bid and if South should have
made it. In the actual play South
wun me uueume ciuu icnu auu
ii-' -. : i.. u I J HMj
played the ace and king of hearts
whereupon he had to lose four
tricks. A first round heart fines finesse
se finesse would have allowed him to
make his. contract.
The answer to those questions
is that four hearts certainly is a
roper contract and that- 1 can
ina nothing wrong with South's
lay except the actual result,
lolding nine cards in a suit there
is no excuse' for a first round fi finesse
nesse finesse for the queen.
As for the bidding, there is 1 i
lot of interest there. The opening
ma ana tne two passes are cor correct
rect correct but South really showed lack
or enterprise wnen ne Did one
spade only. Hje had every reason
to expect that the bidding would
die right there and it would take
very little in the North hand to
produce a game.
South should either have 1 bid
two spades or doubled the one
club. .
West's rebids were reasonable
although if North had thoueht nf
doubling four clubs West would
have been set two tricks. Also
South's hand definitely warranted
all his rebids.
Finally we come to North's bid
of four hearts. North must have
played, with South before and
known how conservative South
was.. Hence with fivq trumps and
an ace he was justified in going
tto four hearts even though the
hand did not make.
' Q The bidding has been:
Sooth ; Wert North East
1 4 Double Redbl. 2
3( Pass 4d Pass
You, South, hold:
4AK97IS V0 K76 4JM5
What do you bid?
AFow hearts. Even thonch
Tom only have 11 hifh nrd
point and have already jamped
uere my be eUm and you
nnve nouiint to lose by Mill bid.
Tour partner can still bid four
.aflrafc......?,
TODAY'S QUESTION
r The bidding is m above and
you are again back to North
holding:
VQ7S SAQ1I
West passes after your part partner's
ner's partner's four-heart bid. -' What do
you, North, do now? J ;
Answer Tomorrow
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This organization includes men
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The 1958 Panama Armed Forces
Tennis Tournament will get under,
way Monday (May 26) at the J5th
Naval District courts.
"With the conclusion of the Fort
Clayton post tennis tourney this
week the following men were
named to represent Fort Clayton
in the JPAF, tennis tourney: Pfc.
Thomas McDermott, Pfc Robert
Reel, Pfc Glenn McNeel and eh
thep 1st, Li Jioy Strom or Pfi,
Billy Reavis. .- .; ?:. ,- i -Js i.
Private McDermott defeated Prl.
vate Reel .a, 4-6, 6-2 and 6-3 to
cop the Clayton singles 'champion
ship and then teamed with Pri1.
vate Reavis to defeat Specialist
Third Class Charles Rhodes and
Pfc Tom Craig 6.1. 6.0 and 6-3
in the doubles finals.
The Fort Kobbe' quartet will be
made, up, of S e r g e a n t Roy K.
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The flames also leveled an ad adjoining
joining adjoining mission school, only an
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Parents of the vic.ims, all In Indians,
dians, Indians, watched helplessly as tne
flames raced through the two two-story
story two-story frame hospital. Th settle settle-met
met settle-met has no fire department. .
Nuns, of thi Missionary Sisters
of Christ the King, and Indian
men attempted to reach the trap trapped
ped trapped children through the o n 1 y
doorway into the building. They
were ("-fven back by flames.
The oldest victim was a 9-year-old
t y. The rest were babies or
toddlers. Three of the. victims
were from one family.
Authorities, said the fire was
preened by two explosions in the
hospital.
bout the equipment at the station
and get -to know :. the scientific
work being carried out there by
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ennis.
SchiUing, Pfc William K." Pice;
Specialist Third Class Tim How Howard
ard Howard and 2nd Lt. Winfield A. Shi-
' Sgt. Schilling won the 'post isiny
g'es title by stopping Private Race
6-2, ,6-1 and 6.2. Sgt:"- SchilUng
apired with Specialist Howard to
defeat Private Pace and Lt. Sin Singleton
gleton Singleton 6-4, 64 and-6-4.;,; ;
The following competitors hav
been named to represent the 15th
Naval District in the PAF match match-eg
eg match-eg Commander Richard v A. Sax;
ton. Lt. 1 Commander George E;
Bell,. Ltf (jg)jRay A; Nesbitt; "all
of the Navy- and lst.'Iii; Charles
Hapgood of the Marine Corps..
.-.The Fort Amador" squad will
consist- of Pfc Al Kuhn, last
year!s singles and doubles champ,
Specialist Third Class Tom Beld-

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after pleading 'guilty to stealing a
tchecft from A -clergyman. .

loui'tiament

in Fred Caey and Dick Bond.
Private Kuhn defeated Special.
Lst Belding 6-3, 6.3 to win the A
mador.; singles crown. Kuhn and
Bfilding'then,paireid up to cop the
doubles' championship by default
from. Casey -and Bond.
The sArmy Atlantic squad will
consist of Major Michael Chester,
Pfc John Foster, 1st. Lt. George
Long arid : Specialist Third Class
Alnjario LorUla; I ; : V, ; j
private Fpster won the post sin4
gles: crown by defeating Major
Chester in three out pi four sets.l
n Albrpok Air Force Base, t h
other-entry in the tourney, has not
Its- ye'f named it participants. ,1
The tournament will be single
eliminktionl affair: with the- sin-1
gles and doubles championship for
the Panama Area Armed Forces
at stake.
for prompt attenlion
will enable us



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2:00 Harry Oweni
; 2:30 Youth Want To Know
S:00 CFN NEWS
J:15 Dinah Sharo 1
... 3.39 AflF
2:45 United Natlona
4:00 Encore: Golf Show

5:00 JAMBOREE

1 :30 Amateur Hour
:00 Tic Tac Dough
:30 West Point Hpt I Oct IT
:00 Highway Patrol
:30 Four Star Playhouso
10.00 Foreign Intrigue
, Hpt 27 Aut SO
10:50 Your Hit Parada M It

S 30 PANORAMA (including "The 11:00 CFN NEWS

' Big Picture" at (:4t) IV.li Encore: Meat McGraw
' 7.-M Oh Susanna v ' Tht Thin Man.
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Opens ; For Week's Run At

SGT. BAKER (Richard Nordquist)-and WAC corporar jean

n- Tioi iLnnArmMrh ao ha

CAPT. HARRY CARGILL (Charles Walsh-left) is 'being inter interrogated
rogated interrogated by Lt. Col. William Edwards (Roy Glickenhaus) in a
tense scene from "Time Limit."

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is wic iusitri auuvd. it will oc
of the 50 Ft. Woman." Studio
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An con Playhouse

Evans (unaa ueyer) waicn u.
Blind; Handicapped
In Survival Study
Kids Learn To Swim
SPOKANE, Wash. (UP) -A
blind girl's plea for swimming les
sons seven years ago started Mrs.
E. M. Sterling in her work with
handicapped persons. ;
of the YWCA handicapped pro.
gram ana nas classes of up to 8
students, raneine in aee from
i three to 80 years.
In 1951, she was a Red Cross
water safeiy instructor at the
"Y". The parents of a three-yeaf-old
blind girl asked her to teach
their daughter ; survival swira-
, "At about the same time", she
said, "mw Grandfather whn haH
been blind for years but still man.
aged to farm, died in Michigan.
Instead of sending flowers, we
mnHo fl nnn'!ri'fiiitinn In tiia nm.
to the (Braille school here"
A teacher at the school urged
her to take Braille.
Later that vear. rlnrinc nn nf
ine worsi :. epiaemic ot polio In
SDokane. Mrs. Stprlinc saw th,
neea lor polio patient rehabilita
tion.
"Survival wimmin smit An
be the best medium for that,"
she said. So, 'on a voluntary basis,
asiflp from hpr rponlai lifocovinn
classes, she began classes for the
nanaicappea.
"Mv first rlac pnnoiotoH nf th..
little blind sirl twn rhilHron wwh
cerebral palsy, and two children
recovering from polio," she said.
Aiier ine iirst lew lessons, it be be-came
came be-came annarpnt in hpr that ths n
ents of these 'Children also had to
he taught.
Thev had to learn it was thplr
problem, too", she said.
So. aain on a voluntary hasii
which included discussions groups
anu swimming iseson. :
Foreign Eqgplanls
Used In Exnerimenl
To Scotch Willing
GENEVA, N. Y. -(UP)- Egg Egg-nlant:
nlant: Egg-nlant: brought in from Turkey,
India and Jugoslavia and grown
on the experiment station plots
here have shown resistance to
verticillium wilt, a serious men menace'
ace' menace' to eggplant production in this
state.
Officials of the local experiment
station honp that pprm nlum
from these foreign introductions
may be incorporated into our com commercial
mercial commercial varieties t develop ; ver verticillium
ticillium verticillium wilt-free sorts.
'Verticillium wilt is one of the
most serious diseases of egg eggplants,"
plants," eggplants," says Dr. Samuel W. Brav
erm an. plant pathologist of the
Agricultural Research Service of
U. S. Department of Agricui-
ture.':X'.V ; : ?. ,a i.A:ie,i,.l.1
"No practical way of control controlling
ling controlling it is known except to develop
resistant varieties. The causal or organism
ganism organism is nil tnhshilitinit
fungus that can survive for sever
al yearsveven in tne abscence of
suscepimie plants, infection oc occurs
curs occurs through the root system and
me iungus grows into tne water -conducting
tissues of the stem."
Dr. Braverman said that In
many areas commercial growers
havp hppti fnrparf In uiliiu'ik.;.
- IU t UUt iucu
acreage, or .evenK.to.,abaadoaihe
ciop auogemer because Of the
heavy losses incurred,

Time Limit'lfte Uraes

Monday

"Time limit!" a three-act melo.
drama about prison camp treason,
is scheduled to open Monday night
at. t.hp Theatre HinM in Anenn Tha
play which is beini directed ; by
Lt. John Zachary will run through!
Mav 31
Co-starred in the lead roles are
Roy Glickenhaus and C n a r 1 e s
Walsh, who are struggling tq find
the truth in the case of an Army
Ofiicer who, while a prisoner of
war in North Korea, seemed to
turn traitor and made propaganda
broadcasts to the enemy.
The local Guild's production of
the play, written by Henry Decker
and Ralph Berkey, follows a sue
cess.'ul run on Broadway where it
was first produced under the au au-SDire
SDire au-SDire of the Theatre ftuilri. c
Glickenhaus portrays the part of
juaee Advocate in an armv nost
in the US, trying to get the truth
from a Captain about his treason.
Wa'sh enart,. the nart, nf tha ta
citurn officer who refuses to ex,
plain his actions or oLer any def.
ense. The investigator believes that
there is more to the story than
is being told. ;..
Shirlev Ann Mevpr will annear
as the anguished wife of the Capt-
ain wno is being accused of trea.
son.
The nart nf the taciturn nffirer
who rpfusps to exnlain his artinns
oro'ter any defense. The investi.
gator oeneves tnat there is more
to the st.nrv than is hpinff tnlrt
Shirley Ann Meyer will appear
as me anguisnea wite 01 ine uapu
ain wno is being accused 01 trea
son.
. The part of an army general
wnose son died in a prison camp
wiu oe played by James Matting
lv
Others in the 'cast are Richard
iNordquist, Linda Ueyer, Merle De.
Weesej Herb Soltman, David
Platt,s John Lovely, John Adams,
Thomas Moy, and Bruce Quinn.
Music will be furnished by the
79th Army Band. t
On the production staff are the
tecnnicai director, rrisciua neaae,
ana the stage manager, v e r n
Maybree. A
Those assisting on set construe,
tion and set decoration are Bob
Johnson, Warner Hoyle, Ed Mac
Vittie, Bruce Quinn, Beverly Shir.
okoV, Priscilla Reade, Nancy
Zachary;' Nellie Holgerson, and
David Yerkesf
Make-up will be by Claude Ay.
cock and Sheila Gilbert.
Others are lighting, Vera May.
bree and Bill Kirkland; properties,
ATollie ITnlcrarcnn Manpv 7apharv
and F f n Almquist; publicity, Ed
MacViitie. nosters. Phil Sanders,
and box office and program, Edj
juacvitue.
; Reservations may be made by
calling Mary Emlaw at Balboa 42 42-05.
05. 42-05. THE PART of General Con Connors,
nors, Connors, whose son died In a
Korean prison camp is play played
ed played by James Mattingly.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hnnrs endlnr K am. t.ndav. is
prepared by the Meteorological
ana nyarograpnie urancn oi me
ranama anai company:
' Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High ........ 88 90
Low 76 78
HUMIDITY:
High 4 95 90
Low 71 67
wind:
(max. mph) S-10 NE-14
RAIN (Inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
. (inner harbors) 84 85
SUNDAY, MAY 25
' High Low
8:11 a.m. v 2:09 a.m-
7:39 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
MONDAY, MAY 26
mrh ,i,n... Low
9:05 a.m. 3:05 a.m.
9:32 pjn. 3:42 p.m.

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oin To

non,,vu.u1 way lUKj-rTM.dent E.senhower
Un.ted States and th Soviet Unton sit down ta study plans
In his brief note to Soviet Premier NiWit Kh

with in three weeks.
..
He said experts from
.
other nations. He left it up to
Soviet side.
The letter was delivered

Pflimlin Stakes His Government On Parliament's
Approval Of Crucial Constitutional Reform Bill
PARIS., Mav 24 iirPV-Franre'. Prpmipr Piert-e Pflimli

' -- -
miuuie ui-ine-roaa viovernmeni
demanded sweeping executive pow
era ioaay as me oniy nope ot sav saving
ing saving the Fourth Republic, rocked
by the revolt of pro-De Gaulle reb rebel
el rebel generals in Algiers.
' 'Our liberties can nnlv he nrev.
served if the Government recov
ers its essential attributes au authority
thority authority and continuity," it warn warned.
ed. warned. Funeral Services
For Mrs. Poole
Held This Morning
Memorial services were to be
held this morning at the Balboa
Union Church for Mrs. Mary E.
Poole, longtime resident of the
Canal Zone, who died earlv Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning at Gorgas Hospital.
She .was 79 years old.
Mrs. Poole was the widow of
Joyn H. Poole, an emoloye of the
Supply Division for many years.
Mr. Poole died in 1938. Mrs. Poole
has been making he? home in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa with a son. John H PnnU
Jr.an employe of the Electrical'
Division. She wait a mpmhpr nf
the Royal Palm Chapter of the
urder of the Easter S:ar.
In addition to her son in the
Canal Zone, Mrs. Poole is surviv
ed by a daughter, Mrs. Mary Aus-
man. of Mitchpll Fiplrf. N .f and
bv two sons in the United State
William R., ; in Lansdowen. Pa.
and Henry C, of Chulavista, Cal.
She is also survived by six grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. Vatican Lifts
Order Confininq
Army To Barracks
VATICAN CITY (UP) The
Vatican has withdrawn a stand.
ing order confining its 717-man
armed forces to barracks during
tne national Italian elections to.
morrow and MnnHav a h I o h
cnurcn sourpe said yesterday.
- curing tne elections oi. 1948 and
1953.' the Swiss enarHs nnntifiral
guards, papal gendarmes and the
Pone's bersonal boriv?uarH were
coniinea to tne. Vatican and
remained on duty. ?
But the church source said tlw
ruling was cancelled this vear be
cause the excitement of other
vears was missintr and there un
little likelihood of incidents."
Although the men will be free
to so tnto Home, thev will not
vote.11 TheV are oiti7en nt the
Vatican state, not, Italy.
CHECKS STILL CIRCULATING
FRANKFURT, r.ermanv MTPY
-1-Traveler's checks sto'en eight
years ago in San Francisco from
Robert j Baudin of that city- are
turning UO in Germanv nnlipa re
ported yesterday. Police said $1,-
xao ot tne total 52,900 worth of
checks stolen have hpen cached
in i recent weplra fa Reriin n a
Cplogne. They were cashed by a
man speaking broken German ana
posing as Baudin.

Argentine Navy Fires On Sub

Found Prowling Al

" BUENOS AIRES (UP)-An Ar Ar-gentine
gentine Ar-gentine naval squadron that in.
eluded two former U. S. Cruisers
sank or damaged an unidentified
but presumably Communist sub.
marine with depth charges off the
southern coast of Argentina last
Wednesday, President Ar turo
Frondizi announced yesterday.
Naval authorities speculated
that the mysterious vessel might
have been a prowler from the
enormous Soviet underwater fleet,
which, comprises more .than 400
submarises, or possibly from
East Germany, Poland or Com.
munist China,
(The U. S. Navy Department in
Washington s a i d no American
submarines were missing ; ; in
South, American waters or else,
where.,. :v '-.
(Western Allied navies also re.
ported that none of their subma submarines
rines submarines had been attacked), v
Frondizi told a specially-called
press conference that a squadron
of three cruisers including the
former U. S. S. Boise and. U. S. S.
Phoenix-andjour,,. destroyers ac accidentally
cidentally accidentally discovered .the subma subma-rine
rine subma-rine while on maneuvers along

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the West would include technicians from th iir.;j c.,

i .mivu uiatci, diiihim, Trance, and boss blv
Russia to decide whether technicians from satellite countries would be Included on the
-. 1 .' t t i
in Moscow this morning. .i n .,

" v.i-
ernment aeiiverea tnis comtiinen
demand and warning in a message
to Parliament calling for immed
iate passage of its crucial Consti Constitutional
tutional Constitutional Reform bill.
Pflimlin told the nation in a
hroarlcast. flnrl- tpleviceH cnoonh
last night that he is determined to
ram xne reform thrnuoh Pariiam.
ent next week, even if his govern
ment is overthrown in the attemot
The Pflimlin, Government stak
ed everything on blasting through
the Constitutional reform thot
would pive it desperately needed
new auwoniy, at a moment when
it faced growing defiance from the
Algiers rebels.
The insurgents yesterday set up
an Algeria-wide "Committee of
mnuc bafety, s- virtually a rival
to the legal government in Paris.
It issued, an immediate inflamma-
Panama Conference
01 UNESCO Members
Cancelled By Cable
The second Hemisphere confer conference
ence conference of national memhpra ; nf
UNESCO which, was to have con convened
vened convened in .-Panama tomorrow has
been cancelled, Mrs. Otilia Tejei Tejei-ra,
ra, Tejei-ra, the Panama reDresentative. an.
nounced today. ,
? Some delegates were already in
Panama 'Hnintf nrennrarsirv tirtly
- -. a r'r-' .' j m i iv
but it was, considered .impossible
to noio tne meeting in view of the
disorders.. Mrs. Teipira said
Cables cancelling the imoortant
Catherine were. recretfullv sent
yesterday to representatives of
the 21 member Hemisnhere 3
publics and Canada. ; is
An Asian leadpr. Mrs j, Aeise.
shiaa the nrecidont 'TTVTPCrri
das expected, along with the sub-
uu-ecior ana otner otticiais of the
regional hemisphere j office in
Luha.
Also turned harlr were nhservers
from France. Holland Knnin and
wtner countries as well as ODECA
ana various United Nations en
tities.
, Observers recalled today this is
the second time in the nast decade
that civil disturbances postponed
a uin conterence in Manama. 1
22 Positions Open
On PC Rolls
Twenty-eight pos'itions including
tour positions tor jock operator wir
men in tne .locks division, are
currently; open in the Canal Orga Organization,
nization, Organization, according to the trans,
er-vacancy bulletin issued by the
Personnel Bureau, f ;
in aaauion to tne inc nnera.
tors,, tne toiiowmg tynes of work
are listed : Civil engineer, clerk.
clerk-stenographer, clerk typist
coranositor, cost accounts super supervisor,
visor, supervisor, distribution or postal window
cient, electrician, engineermg de designer,
signer, designer, general enginner, lead
machinist, towboat master,' medic medical
al medical technician, nffipe hel nor a.
liceman : and structural enemeer
ong. Coast'
the southern' Atiantfo Argentine
coast last Wednesday.
'., While northwest of the small
port,; Puerto Cracker, in the Golfo
Nuevo, about 650 miles, southwest
of Buenos Aires, u n d er w a a-ter
ter a-ter .listening devices aboard the
xtestroyers detected as submarine
navigating while, submetged,? the
president said. :
After four fruitless attempts to
get the submarine to identify it.
self the Argentine squadron made
four depth charge attacks on the
mystery; ship.- he added, since it
was in Argentine territorial wa.
ters.
, "During this operation a peri,
scope was seen and after the at.
tacks there were oil slicks on the
surface of the sea a when -a ub.
marine is damaged," : Frondizi
told newsmen. : i ;
"Searches were made, success,
ively until Thursday afternoon
without v avail. Two cosclusions
Can be deducted' Either the dam
ageq submarine eluded its
tackers or else it was sunk."
at.
uc biu iuu invesugawon
was. underway, and its, outcome
would be announced as soon a
possible.
He said a full investigation

Read

US

if
I
cecf

urjed today in a note to Russia that xperts'from th.
to police a possible nuclear test ban.

wi vau ,w n i i ciiuii inrn in
France in nvrthrn, the Pfiii;
Govemment an set un nne nf
public safety", headed by Gen
Charles de Gaulle.
Junior High School
Planned Al Balboa
Cloasing Day exercises will be
held Wednesday in the iBalboa
Clubhouse Theater for approxi.
mately 350 members of the eighth
grade of the .Balboa, Junior ,Hish
Members of the class, who will
become High School; freshmen
next year, wul be.l.presented
F. A. Castles,. Principal of the
fiaibpa Junior High School. The
class- will he accented hv T F
Hotz, Principal of the Blaob, High
The main address will, be' given
by Rowland Hazard, United States
District Attorney in the Canrzdne,
and", the student address will he
given by Robert Chandler.
The invocation will be given by
Rabbi Nathan Witkin v and the
benediction hv the Rev Pnhert v
Gussick. -W;-1 ;.v.v',. v ... .. ;;
Music, will be furnished by the
Junior HigH School nrchestra nd
members ot tne Junior High School
Girls' Chorus.'
Nine Employes Join
unal Orqanualion
First Pari 01 May
Nine employes joined the Canal
organization during the first two
weeks in .May, according to the
employed previously in the Canal
organization.
Theodore E. Brown who was
born in Chrqiui, Republic of Pa
nama, has been employed as a
towboat master in tfie Navigation
Divisinn
Those who worked for the Canal
before are Margaret N. Gallardo.
clerk in the Health Bureau: Phi
lip A. Hale, Jr.j guard in the Ter-
mmais uivison; and Judrth A. Kit Kitchens,
chens, Kitchens, staff nurse at Coco Solo Ho
pital.
Others emnlnved nn tomnnratv
or part-time work are Patricia D.
Dunning, and Pauline H Holmes,
staff nurses at Corps Hnsnital-
Barbara C. Hughes, clerk-tupist in
tne omce oi tne Lomntroi er.' ce-
leste C. Powell, accounting clerk
in the Supply Division and Edna
O. Wilson, swimming pool man-
ager in tne Division of Schools.
Army Announces
Curtailment
Of Bus Service-
Due to operational reaulre-
ments, a curtailment of school
bus service will be in effect on
Tuesdav. ; Headnnarters. II S
Army Caribbean ..announced
1 The following school buses will
not be furnished for the morn morn-Inn
Inn morn-Inn and noon schedules on that
day: Curundu. routes 45.. 49. 50.
51 and 52; Clayton and Coro-
zal. routes 14; 45 and 16: Ama
dor and 15th Naval District,
route II and Ouarrv Heiehts.
route, 2.
The afternoon schedule i re returning
turning returning students from school
will be as usual. -.

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snoum De neld in Geneva
o.:.:.. r.
The President noted "with satis-1
faction" th-, lrv,-.,-L-i . 5
.. muuoiiL-iiev accepted
part of his proposal that technical
experts from both sides sit down
to study waysrof carrying put any
disarmament agreements which
might be reached later -. ,v
Khrushchev, had stipulated that I
the experts study only the sin git
issue, of methods of policing a t
nuclear test ... ban,.', and Rejected j
Eisenhower's proposal that all 1
disarmament; problems be discus-1
sed. i .;
In his letter today, Eisenhower!
said, the experts should make an!
mitial orogrss report "within 30
nays after ennvenins ni .:
final report within 60 days or as
soon thereafter ks possible".
.aJS0 PPosc'd that the Unit United
ed United Rations Je -keofr informed of
progress through the, office of the
Secretary General." r
.Urging a quick start to the talks,
the- President said: ;
' "Experts from our side will be
preparated to meet with exoerts
from your side at Geneva, If the
wiss government agrees, within
Jhrce: weeks-- of : our learn'ng
whether fhese" arrangements are V
acceptable to you."
UfeWfiwM experts for the
west wo,ulT be chosen "on the ''
basis. Of snppial Mmiuf. u tr.
had in mind,; he said; people in the
i-nnea states, Bnta;n. France and
possibly other countries who are
''advanced tn VnnwIo)r. l k...
to ijetect nuclear tests."
we assume.". he said ''that, the
experts, on ttie side of the Soviet
Union would be.similary chosen
on the basis of special competence,
so as to assure that we get scien.
tific, not political, conclusions."
League
Girli 12, Boys 7
Twelv (Tirlt anil iran Vrt,r-
Dorn it uoroas ilos ji?i during the
week ending a "sidnigh: Monday,
accordine to the resnlsr hiunif al
reoort. During the, .same' period.
2T9 ; patients were admitted ; and
194 were discharged. V
The names' and a'dfiresseel of the
parents nf the irl hahi. fiu,,,.
Sp-3 and Mrs. Rudolf Rebban, of
ranama uty: sic. and Mr, K.
McGuire, of Fort Kobbe; M Sgt
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mlla, Bo-mlla, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrjs. V. J. Neison of Panama
City; Md and Mrs. W. P. Allen,
of Diablo; Sgt. vind Mrr. J. A Ca Ca-macho.
macho. Ca-macho. of Santiacm- M.Sut .J
Mrs. J. J. Malone, of Aibrook,; Mr.
ana. Mrs. u. WOliS, of Balboa;
Mr.- and Mrs. A. A Grant, nf Pa.
nama Citv: Sd-3 and Mr. i n
Semar, of Panama City; ijd Lt!
and Mrs. T. E, Thompseh, of
fort Kobbe.
Knv hahiea uree Vni. a lb.
following : Mr. and Mrs;' G: E:
Inbarren, of Panama City; Lt. and
Mrs.f R. O. Ferrell. nf Alhrnnlr.
w.w nA .WIU LI, LIIV
Sfc.-. and Mrs. M. F. Pestana, of"
Fort Kobbe: Mr' and Mr A .t
O'Donnell; of Los -Rios; Mr and
Mrs. O. N. Battershield. of Pans.
ma City; Sfc. and ; Mrs. Tolbert
Weaver. Jr.. of Fort Kohhe; nA
Mr. and Mrs. J. JL.kRodriffue. ttt
Curundu.. ;.-
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ooay rnrows tnem a purve.
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