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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. Driven Indoors, by a morning-long rain,, the annual; Memorial Day program sched scheduled
uled scheduled at Corozal Cemetery was held instead t at Jadwin Theater,1 Ft. Clayton, A small
crowd attended. , - t' ;
Most of the early-morning' ceremonies ,' consisting, of tributes it various memorials
,d'tha decoration of Corozal graves were performed Before the, rain got too heavy.
Some 'observances were cut short. ,
. Guthrie Crowed Judge ofthe U.S. District Court far, the Canal Zone Was the
dlvief speaker. ' 1
He noted that it was 90 years ago today-jt three years, after the end of the
American Civil War that the first Memorial Day was officially observed In Washing Washing-tin,
tin, Washing-tin, D.C.;; at Arlington metery. He then, pointed iy todayls .teremony at Arlington
We the Unknown soldrers of World War II and the Korean conflict will be honored.

where the Unknown

W continued;
! "AU wars produce unknown sol soldiers
diers soldiers whence came the fnobie
idea of the burial of an unknown
dead as a symbol so that any
liiQther who had 4 lost a sonany
wife who Jiad l9st a husband
- whose -body had not been identi.
:ied. could stand at the tomb and
: think- Wiat his body mifiht ., be
" Vlhere? "
''The distinction goes to printr
ir in a little .French town, Fran Fran-IcoU
IcoU Fran-IcoU Simon, ho in the dark days
lif 191,6 lost a son in battle and
i.lhad another son who was Severe Severe-.
. Severe-. I iy wounded. Simon began to. think
f of. all of the unidentified men
'whose bodies would be. recovered
. and of aU of -the pricf r stricken
"" fmUir -"'''"i -w 'ilH, n"'pft ,knnvv
f'ivhat occurred to thcif T u -J' ojis;
" fAnd thus in November5'- m that
" year when in his city there was
honorinff its war

! dead, Simon asked, hydoesn't
France open ine uoors oi
theon to one of her unknown war war-v,r
v,r war-v,r whn riipd in the defense of
this" country?', -.
i ?'Th idea was, taken up by a
I 'French dapufy, pushed by the
Varess W-Wt -glwn Its first;,
f official approval In the Francn
Parliamnt.li:' ; ?
t "This great concept captured the
imagination of half the world, and
:the French decided that the nrost

v .dignified place pf repose and a

place that even an emijcuii.
iinvy would be beneath .the Are
.de.Trfomphe in the center of the
,V.,.tifnl Vnnital itV 01 Paris.
! : -No president, no national herol
i ever went to his final rest w 1 1 n
Ithel honors given, our unknown sol-
wiier at Arungion an jjuww
Quoting the famous poem i in
Handers' Fields,' trowe empna-
hBDir pntnisted with the obligation
to "hold the torch high." He then
asked -"Are we tumuing vuisuu-
rtinn?" i 1

?,ontinuinfrrhe said: ;
,i,Xet us briefly glance at recent
i'eVcnts involving the United States
'and see what is happening.
! "To the credit side we can say:
. w am tfoendine billions of

Lnv'nilan in fighting Commu-
I '2. We are maintaining a strong
'defensive mecnamnm.
f "3. We have maintained xni
'Christian faith.
fi "'4. Our nation continues .m
t fciqh Weals of dtmocraey and
J the prtiervation of the rights
1 .A rlianitv 'nf the Individual.
f '";vs. Our people are well fed and
Industry, .-.scientific: -N advancement,
and education are at a mh peak,
I jj'fi Th seed and the sick are
rarwl -for an very man with
suitame inausiry can own m u
.home and a 1 wealth of modern
.conveniences that, are
"'A:th rt of the world
the ...
envy
I "Now let us ook at the
debit;
v. jl
"t Wi' im.' constantly on the
Wink of war with1 Russia. and .the
threat of Communism hangs like
the sword of Damocles over our

heard
"2, Sinet our position In -the
m after of the Suea In October
' ,1956 England, our', sraatest ally
.throughout the years, is old to
' t and it Is popular 'wihV. htr

. cmpIo and eras to blame, us t-
with the world's problems, j ;
. ; ."3. France now despises us and
' t '" "" 1,11
,l7cL,:.::;,:7 Fcr Lcb
Memorial Services for Harold
Jt: Rodeil, Marine Bureau' em-
ploye who was found dead at his
home earlier this week will be
hpld on Wednesday June 4 during
-te regular meeting of the4 BPOE
'Lodge No. 1542 in Margarita. The
services wm De neia at i:m p.m
jfcy members of the' lodge.

, , Ut4U k-i

a

5oys -Americans must

we tan no longer count on-( her
support because of our position
in the Suez problems and, otner
North African involveihents. v- $
"4. We- have spent, billion of.
dollars in rehabilitating J a p a n
since the war yetiletius see w'ua
is happening there through the
eyeS of Elizabeth Churrhill Brown
a correspondent who writes in the
"March 1958 edition, of the, Legion
Magazine.1 ';:'-; w
"5. On the Island of Formosa,
the stronghold of the Republic of
Free i China .the American Em Embassy
bassy Embassy was sacked last year dur during
ing during admass anti-American demon demonstration
stration demonstration in. spite of., the -(fact that
our. nation'1 has Ytm its mmlstrv
fina'ncia'Jv. ,anrt i K.e jn ;
fight-against Communism.
". Going back-to North Afri Africa
ca Africa and th Middle East,, van j
though our position a ids d in
bringing about a successful coup
(or Nasser and Egypt our rela relationship
tionship relationship with Egypt is at an all
timt low and they embrace the
Russians and-tsrael '; (who for formerly
merly formerly looked to us as benefac benefactor
tor benefactor .and almost founder) now
regards u as an ally elf the Al
. rabs who in turn dislikt us '.in-
TOnSiyi-.-,:H..'; (,.)' .: fit',!".' :
"1 In' nil fWo tnitnru cnntl.
of the Mexican border described
as Latin America we have lust
had an eye opening test of our
status. We sent our second high
est official on i goodwill tour, on
which he was badly received ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere ami almost killed in Ve Venezuela.
nezuela. Venezuela. ."Some of us may think 1 1 i s
was. the act of a few radicals and
not worthy of much notice but the
National Commander of the Amer
ican'; Legion, John- S. Gleason in
rnoemx Arizona lasi ween reier reier-red
red reier-red to the Russian launching: of
the-ton and a half Sputnik III,
the military and civil crisis in
France, and the insults suffered
to vice president Nixon in South
America as reasons that 'demand
the adoption i of the President's
defense department reorganization
plan.'; :,-iy'lif,-;'t
Others of us are wont to lay
everything at the door of Commu
nism but let uS see What Walter
Lippman. well known, and hiehly
respeciea conservative" columnist
said this week in .his column: To Today
day Today and Tomorrow. V V-After
After V-After quoting Lippman's piece
titled "Too Complacent," which
calls for a "searching re.examina
tion" of U.S. policy, Crowe went
"t We living in this h a i t o W
strip bf land dedicated to the o-
nerstinn nf thfc t Panama fonal
need look o further than the dr.L
Jy papers published in Panama
to know the opinion of lis in Cen Central
tral Central and South America. With the
conditions as depicted where- can
we De said to be holding the
torch? Is it high?. Or are we let
thing it fall? a,'.; ;
"Are we permitting ourselves to
slip from a first-class natiou
whieh is democracy's most power powerful
ful powerful advocate to the status of a
second-class power that will have
a minor effect in the establish establishment
ment establishment of world -policies and against
whom other- nations .will 'align
themselves becausebf dislike and
distrust? v -, v .
a Can wa laugh off our' unpo unpopularity
pularity unpopularity with tha rest of the
world by- merely saying (that
we -aro the richest nation In the
world end nobody loves a rich
man? ;";-;',-,,; 4 'x : -;' .,. .-,
"With our people heavily taxed
with thr countries in which we
spend the most of -on $6,000,000
of ( foreign aid,' attacking our em embassies
bassies embassies and emissaries, spitting on
and stoning our Vice President
and his lovely wife and posting
uo iiome yanK" ior the world to
see; can we lj hear to ayf
that our -dollar diplomacy is
success? ;
"I have recently" heard some of
oir leaders from Washington de describe
scribe describe in- glowing terms the popir-
lanty of the U.S. with the rejt
of the world and the success of
our program of defense, mutaul

"Let th.9 people

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aid and collaboration and althou?h
I hold many of them in the high
est i respect and recognize that
they are dedicated men devoted
io their Duntrv and. duty ev
erything points to the; fact ; that
are almost completely mis
f 'If they are expressing, to us
tha feeling that axlit in Wash
ington then Washington must In
daed be awakened' te the
ruth. .
; : "We must- hot have faith that
our dollars will buy for, us the
suooort and confidence of the
rest -of the world.'
., 'Wa must recognise that. aU
thoiwh Communism it a terrible
tr t, --rft if is net
the eiiy ttung t ftar. nor l it
th only dlftriu Influtnce
that is exerting Hstlf against A,,
merits. x
"f"wi must revise our approach
tn friendly- nowers and recognize
their national priae ana oeat wun
them as allies of equal staiut
who- are -entitled to intelligent
lnan and nrorjer economic rela
tions out pot sioppy ana wasieim
grants' of the taxpayers : money
that ake us look foolish in,, the
eves of the man of the street,, aiid
not only do not serve the people
to wnom me graun arc paue um
imooverish our own nation,; v
4,We must convince : the. people
of the world that we, do not want
waf and that we are opposed to
colonialism.,-" Vi,.- ,.:
"Our foreign 'refations program
needs a drasdc revision. ,r ,r-,
, ,r-, "If we are to keep faith with
bur dead before whom, we are
meeting today to do them honor
we must spend adequate time in
a soul searching scrutiny of our
conduct in world affairs and
effectuate a revision that will
cause the torch to be raised' on
high and held ;'. eternally bright."
Others who took part in the cer-
emonies Included Robert A. At-
kinst chairman of the whole day's,
program, various chaplains, ana
Miss Patricia voonmeyer, i : wno
recited Lincoln's' Gettysburg ad
dress. Music was '-furnished : Dy
the 776th. Air Force Pand. '
- Panama's chlaf of t pretoceF,
Camily Levy Salctde, presented.
a wreath en behalf ethe Pens
. ma 'aevernment.-.'";. i '-av'"-' i'.f-il
" This afternoon, Cmflr. Charles
F. Concannon was te be the speak speaker
er speaker for the Memorial,' DayserviC'
es at-.sea.r'-y'.v -"i-t v 1 .
Col. Hush P, Osborne, ins'oee-
tor general for.the U.S. Arnw Ca.
ribbean,. Was to be the principal
speaker at this afternoon's: serv services
ices services at. Paraiso. ;
.'! :.' . ': ,. '.''kS'-L- Iff
- The ceremony Was scheduied to
begin with 1 a parade, v in which
school children. Army mother$ and
veterans 01, ore"d Wars were
to participate. 'Climax of the
nays celebration wa to be '!
the Paraiso "monument.
- The "Mutual Aid Societv' of Pi;
raiso, Veterans of Foreign Wars
ana, other civic- groups are pon
soring, the services. '-
US m Cri!:!n PI:n
LONDON,' May 30 (UPIV Tl;e
Russian; army newspaper- R e d
Star charged today that the Unit United
ed United States and Britain are plan
ning a "little war"- in' Lebanon
that could become a "biz war",
The newspaper, in an editorial
broadcast by Radio Moscow, said
nreparations for "armed interven
tion" in Lebanon by the two west
ern powers were crowing.
' These, amounted to preparations
for-J,another war in -the -middle
East. Red Star said, ; warning
that !in our days each little war
raises the danger of a big war."

knoiv th,s truth and th.3

PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY,
n
3

SCHOOL'S OUT!

Classes end officially .this week for approximately 1250 boys
and girls who attend the United States Schools in the' Canal
Zone. ..(,. '....;':'
.In the elementary trades the last classes Were held yester

day, la the 'upper grades, where examinations hare been going
on this wek, no classes have met since last Monday.
. Except for those taking part in the High School and Junior
College baccalaureate and commencement exercises, the Canal
Zone boys and. girls will haye a free day Monday. All except
kindergarteners will return to their respective schools at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, June 3, for their report cards.

Sunday is Baccalureate Day for;
both high schools and the Junior'
Col ege. v'f-v,-. '.'i-.!.
The Balboa High School will hold
its baccalaureate service at 2:30
p.m, in th Diablo Heights Theat.
er and the Canal Zone Junior Col.
lege baccalaureate service will be
: held at 4:30 p.m., also in the Dia,
Dio Heights Theater.
The Cristobal High School bac.
calaureate service is scheduled for
1 5 p.m. in the school auditorium.
. Monday is -Commencement Day
tor ail of the-upper schools.
ine canal zone junior, college
Commencement Program,; for 44
graduates, will take place at 10:30
a.m. at the Diablo Heights Theat
er.
Commencement exercises for
both high schools will be held at
8 pm. Monday.
; The Balboa High School ceremo.
GpiMovYnsheni
Puts Away Sextant

1
Canal's senior pilot in point of
Re I A tanlA MtlKf ";'!.; nmnl , rt$
service, who is retiring from ac active
tive active service in the Navigation Di Division
vision Division thi' month, brough his last
ship through ; the Canal Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. His last ransit,. after more than
30 years of piiotlhg ships, through
the Panama Canal, was made
board the Norwegian freighicr
Movuie wmcn arrived at .Cnsto-
bat from Charleston, S.C.t ? and
sailed, from Balboa for Saiaon.
It;, was a routine: trip at such
trips io and ai Townshend, step
ped off into the pilot's launch in
saiDoa. ne; could loon DacK ion a
number of other passages throuch
the Canal which were not qui e
so. routine, v.-.v -:'
. puring tne years since lTZ',
when ha first became a lull
.fledged; Panama Canal pilot,
Townshend has i handled neSrly
every' type of vessel from a rug
to e super-tartktr, with e ftw
liners, battleships and aircraft
carriers thrown in for food ma.
sure). r--Ti&.A&Fxr-p- 4--hV
He was one of the pilots who
brought -the' German liner firemen
through the Canal in 1929. The
Bremen, the largest commercial
ship over, to make the Canal tran
sit, .passed through the Canal
shortly, before the outbreak of
World War II and he remembers
that -there was special eelebra
tion . given y the live puots at
the- end of the trio. t-r
lownshen, also 'handled .one ot
the Navy floating dry docks whim
were so 'large they, wer rought
through the Canal or their sides
.ticklish operation which in
volved the use of pontoons and a
fair amount of skill while the big
dry docks were being squeezed
through the locks.
One ot his proudest momories.
however, was being selected' ai one
of the two pilots to take the SS
irotnio 'tnrough the canal wncn
Queen Elizabeth of England visit
ed' the isthmus. This loo was
doubly significant in view of ilie
fact that he had been a pilot on
the HMS Renown 1 which had
brought the Queen s mother and
father to the Canal many years
peiore;
Upon arrival in, Balboa, he wm
Cardinal Stepmoic
Still In Danger
Says His Doctor
BELGRADE. YuBoslavia '(UPI)
Aloysiua Cardinal Stepinac has
made steady improvement r in
combatting circulatory ailments
and pneumonia but is not yet out
of danger,-his doctor said yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. -'(-'.: -i-'r''?,V---: '--r
Dr. Hramslav Bogocevic cau.
tioned that heart .trouble
thrombosis (blood clot) .In ; the
righi leg ,-and fneumohia could
cause tne Prelate s death .a; any
moment. .- 1 z
Bogicevic- returned td Belgrade
from Krasic where he had bacii
treating the Boman Catholic 'Pri
mate- or Yugoslavia,!,; Cardinal
Stepinac has been in enforced
residence in the isolated village
since- -1831," aner-ierving -five
years of a 18-year prison iterm
imposed by the Communist regime.-
; : ,- ' '-' V(

Cpt.' C. "Stuirt -Townshend, theofacTallV"nrese"ned In Wr

country is lac" Abraham Lincoln.

MAY 30, 1958
nies for 191 graduates, 32 o( whom
are" honor students, will be held
at the Balboa Theater.
The Cristobal High School com.
mencement 'exercises for 57 gra,
duates, 11 of whom are honor stu.
dents; will take place In the high
school auditorium.
.A; vacation playground prog prog-rani
rani prog-rani will be held during June,
July and August for those young
stars who will be en the Isth.
mus during tha vacation priod.
The program begins June ?.
Gymnasiums, swimming pools
and playgrounds will be open and
supervised activities will be
scheduled. Among these will be
classes in beginners'' swimming. -,
Children may register at the u.
nits where they expect to take
part in thr summer program.
All U.S. schools in the Canal Zone
will reopen Sept. 3. t
Senior PC Pilot
Keeps Memories
I J d k
ij ana receivea irom ner gold
pin with the royal insignia
iu, oiv iownsnen n service
with the Canal has been it nilni
His first job in 1922 was with the
Canal Zone Police at. a time when
the Balboa force was engaged ln
me. uum.ior reier wiuiams, a no notorious
torious notorious criminal who had terroHz-
ea- tne, vanah Zone About this
ume ne also acted as-one of the
personar bodyguards for the -Vi-sitinr
U.S. Secretary- of War.:-,
After Six months as a nnlicnniin
Townshend was made master of t
seagoing tug Taverhilla, "tyfaere he
remained for four years before
joining ( the pilot's force as apllot.
m-training. h : T ;.
. .- -A' --.u ri i.'t,.'..1' .
, a vuiu i voasi resiaeni taurine
most of his 35 years with the Can Canal,
al, Canal, Townshendhas taken as active
interest in minvcivio affair, m.
eluding the i?oy Scouts, the Wash
ington umiiion uuo, the DeMo.
lays,' the Atlantic Camera Club,
nd the Little Theater. In ; addi.
Hon i he had dug; Indian graves,
become a member of the Archs-
eoiogicai society of Panama, phe
tographed and tape recorded thu
Indians of San Bias. Darien and
me uuaymis -and- given lectures
on these subjects. r ;
Ih his spare time the cantain
took, flying lessons and' recentfy
icuciveuv, jus.- ranama ana :Vi s.
Civil Aeronautics private pilot's
certificate. , .:
After his- retirement;1 he feels
that there will be l varietv m
things to' keep him occupied. One
will be traveling to visit his five
sons ana, eight grandchildren and
the other may be the purchase of
his own Diane.; Above 11 k.
syas, he intends to keep on braff.
smg aiwui me places,, tne people.
C.Z. Pc!ics!ci S
Carn Ovir tciffc
'With the closing of the scheof
year this cominfi week in lh
Canal Zona's U. S. communi
ties, v approximately 7,000 bays
and girls will bo "at liberty"
for the next three months,
' Since there will be mora young
stars pUylnq around their homs
end going back end forth to
playgrounds and' swimming pools,
than durina th scheal vaar. C.
nl Zone Police have again caul
Monad motoris to drive with
special care In residential area.
A dry land sailor who has spent:
most of his spare time 'since he
was seven years o'd either, build,
ing or sailing boats,' worked his
last day, with the .Canal organiza organization
tion organization yesterday.
After, Christian -Wirtz, vwho is
leaving the Canal with more than
30 years of service, will concentra concentrate
te concentrate on his hobby, which' right now
is putting the finishing touches to
a 33-foot cabin cruiser, on which
he expects to travel to the United
States... ;': -'."'-' 1
Theeruiser, which he -has built

- ri r

himself at the Cristobal Yacltf Club
is the final effort of his many
years of boat building during which1
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Decree -'Drafted to

SuspehdeBGivil

A Presidencia spokesman said today ; that arrangements i"mi hem
worked out for the besieged students to leave the univfwitv : tt i Ln(.un

that they have arnsy and ihts is a key consideration in deciding on the
method of their departure after the eight-day siege. u;

greemcnr oerween rne sruaenrs and the government was announced early to-!
day by University rector Dr, Jaime de Id Guardia leader of the team of professors
which served as intermediaries between student and government negotiators
" The settlement was a birthday present for President

, Announcement of tha, truca terms followed hortly on the newt late last night of
Cabinet changes including the replacement' of 'Education Minister Victor N, Jullaa;
whoss ouster the students had demanded as a prarequisits to 'any agreement with thi'
government. i ' . M'. c
' It provides that the National Guard commanders shall relinquish their office auto automatically
matically automatically when the President, who appointed them leaves office. ,The incoming presi president
dent president must make neV appointments to tho National jCu'ard posts r withlng 15 days of as assuming
suming assuming office., 1 1 v : nt
"V4 -:VJ':K1-;,-;.,;;;--.:il:iw;-V' ,','.;: V.;'.T ':';;i'Vn.!,;t-;,"-:-'W.-i V;K "'?'!

Earlv this, afternoon; tjie Na National
tional National Guard encirclement of the
university- camnus remained: as
it has for the past .week. Road Roadblocks
blocks Roadblocks continued in position,
ine aererment as .nnonncea
by Rector de H G'rdli Includes
a nrovWon for the unmrdlate
release of all students and wnk-
ers under arrestvin copnctlori
with the recent ; violence, tit ws
not. possible to learn -by tr?
tnis ; afternoon.; whether! tne
release of, these persons has be-
The aereement, announced ov
the university wtor nrovirfed
that the executive branch of the
overnmpt will "seek enart
wnt o tir'orlt" uiipHon ifi
the next Assembly", on the'-foi-
lowing:
"1 The Commanders of the
National Guard Will be- appoint
ed and removed by the President
of the Renublic: : .'- i''-i-i-- ?i-:
.,"2 The Commanders : ot tne
National Gusrd will cefe in the
exercise of 'their functions., and
will iTelinauish office aut,omaM-
cally . once the President of
Balboa Judge Finds
raffle Light
In Working Order
In deciding a traffic-light mfrac
tion case in Balboa Magistrate's
Court yesterday;. Judge J ohn 1 K.
Doming ruled .that since? there
was no 'convincing evidence o
the contrary the traffic list at the
corner of Balboa Road and Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt Avenue was in working con condition
dition condition ' v -:
Accordingly,; he Imposed a fine
of1 $5 oh a retired U. S. govern
ment employe, Adcjan Horter. 64,
American, for disobeying the light.
'- Horter had claimed that the ar
resting officer .'could not -see the
light showing 'in the direction
from which the deienaant was
approaching. " .'f
The Judge-said; bis ruling In
this case should not be presumed
to apply to otter cases in which
the operation of traffic .lights : js
involved.' -;:;; ;.:.;-;.--;.. -'.X;.;. .- v ,..
X He added. howeveri that there
have been several cases lately ih
which ueieuuauis tnauuiiKcu ui
operation of the same light.- t
In one on two instances, .-he
made a personal inspection of the
light, watching it for some time,
and found wft to be in pertect 0
peration.- i h t. ',h-vv
,. While- observing how the light
worked, the i Judge said, he also
observed that many drivers pass pass-in
in pass-in throuch the intersection "seem-
to be paying little attention to
it.'?.-. -vs.-y-y v: !'
he has built or' he'ped to build
more than 12 small pleasure craft.
Named the "Christy Anh' after
Wirtz't teen age daughter
the vessel is a sturdy seven-ton
craft, which has sleeping accomo accomo-dations
dations accomo-dations for. five and is powered
by a Chrysler 'engine.1 Mr. Wirtz
estimates that he arid two frineds
can take the trip to Miami in a.
bout 10. days, weather permitting.
After that he 'will make his way
north to New York via the inland
waterway. "-.- -t ; 44 ; ".j.-
11 1 --no land luDDer flesoit m vears

of employment X ashore, Wirti
has explored most of the coast
line off Panama and Central A.
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'VV
the .Republic who appointed'
menu ceases, to, exercise ..office
Each-new chief of the Executive
Branch, will make, not later than
fifteen days, after taking office,
y "S-Jail snid other ? penHsn-
T,iaryesw,wiarimenw as- weu as

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the ministratlontherefif, wMkicat parties nor engafr i

be completely ; outside the, fune-
tions of the National Guard and
will e under an adrninlstrative
deoenoency or the Ministry ot
Government and JusticS which
will be headed by ; civilian
snecialized In prison administra
tion .. i - r ,
"4 -The' Commanders, of-:
. f'eers and men of the National
; Grd will not nurticinate.
either: 'by? themselves r or
throurh third nartie. In the
i1. one's t ion of eommereial or In In-dti'rial
dti'rial In-dti'rial activities. ,nor will
llumber Of Workers
l ' ;
ni,fiMi 1 1 r klAnAtilr
Viaiflllll UV VVItVlliJ
AI Six-Mcnlhs Low
WASHINGTON.-' May" 30 tUPIw
The1, filth straight weekly decline
m the number of unemployed work workers
ers workers .drawing unemployment com
pensation benefits was .ireporiea
last pight by the Labor Depart
ment. k..v'.'i :-u;:i: 1 r
The. number dropped by 82.C0O
in the week enaea May 17 ana
brough the -number of' workers
drawing.;, jobless insurance- flown
to 3.019.500. This still ,'' was sharp
ly above the 1,364,200, listed a year
ago. -The
decline- was' due in great
part to the-, fact : 55,000 workers
exhausted their benefits. The oth other
er other main factor was a seasonal
pickup 'in outdoor work, mainly
construction."
' The Department' also said Job
less clsims by newly-unemplpyed
worKers rew;nea a six-munws iuw
in the week: ended May 24 when
. L.t- j r L.
such claims -dropped i by 34,700 to.
324,500. .During tne: comparand
1957 -weeki new j.cuima nunjoereo
Former Premier
Of Raric Dies
AtAaeOf84
PARIS -UPI Former Tre Tre-mief
mief Tre-mief Frederic Francois .JMarsal,
84, d i e d 1 a 1 1 n t g h t at his
home in Gisors. -He was ; a re re-minder
minder re-minder of the; chronic instability
of French governments ;? 5
V Francois Marsal; served as
Premier-for-, only ; a few. hours
during the pre-war Third Repub-
He, on June XntoV.AftldtFJ.
-;M
merica fand. severaf year ago
accompanied Tucker McClur on
the Trans-Pacifib' yacht; race to
Honolulu. He- recently completed
a Coast Guard piloting course and
is a member of the Balboa Pow Power
er Power Squadron.'i;:'v-',!vJ,!;,,; '--
- '-- A member of a well-known Cab
al Zone family, Wirtz was-born-
m Gorgas (then-Aaconr Hosmtai
and, attended the Canal ? Zone
Schools. His f atherWiIliam Virtz,
was. employed with the Fortifies.
uuit uivisiun. .. ......
He- got-his first job .wltk-the
Canal in 1920 as a "boy", in' the
o fice of the General Manager 01
the Panama Railroad. He later

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Liberie
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V ; .,..';.!i.f(t.;v-jff.-,..,x
they render services for pur-,
poses or profits nor will they
participato as-director of eor eor-poratlons
poratlons eor-poratlons er enternrlses en en-raail
raail en-raail In ) a.i.ii..
"5-r-The Commanders, offife'r?
and. men of the National ct-I-
uuk. ue auuiaiea with r
tical artivitlcs while they sre i.i
act ve service. They .. will not
make public statements of a
political nature.'. They -will not
exert pressure over trooos at the
t me of voting dn national elec elections
tions elections J -.., ,.- ......
i ,nf V! ,.. 1,.,!.'- -., v,.-,,
"B--Stfl rtina In losa nf f Wv.
of the Natlonsi Guard will bs
rotated every two yen r for "trv "trv-!ce
!ce "trv-!ce In; the various-points of the
couni;ry."'
The" agreement also. tirovMcf!
that the roverment would out a
special tax on locally-manufactured
clearettes to nrovide funds
to further schop', ronsrurtion.
Ch. indemnities wi' he nld
to wlatjves of wmni billed ur ur-ine
ine ur-ine last .weed's fJsorderi and il
student' and other srresM M
conni'ction -w.'tjh the 'studt
unrisin, will be" 'released, the
agreement said.
nIThe new? cabinet snort foni
niw faces while- four members
of the old cabinet retained their
posts; '" ''
The new-faces' are those of
Miguel' More-no, Foreign Min Ministry1:
istry1: Ministry1: t former ioreljtn minlstef v
Alberto Boyd.,'; Agriculture and
Commerce; Second Vice-President
HTaclio. Barletta. Health.
Socla.1 Welfare and Labor, and
Carlos Sucre," Education. y
The, four holdovers lrl the cab
inet are: Mi:Vster of Govern Government
ment Government and Justice : Max Heurte Heurte-matte.
matte. Heurte-matte. Finance Minister Fernan
do Eleta; Public Works Minister
Roberto Lope Fabrega and
Presidential Ministers Germ4n
.1 -f rt.l "l j f '.. f
Inbcencio Galindo, Mr. de la
Guardia's- brother-in-law, was
named to replace Barletta, as
administrative assistant to the
President., ,- i 4
All the cabinet members took
office- last nighty except Sucre
wna is en rauie v v anama'irorrt
Italy where Jhe attended a ma maritime,
ritime, maritime, conference as a member
of the Panama delegation. ;
The minlstera'' who were re replaced;
placed; replaced; In- the cabinet shake-up
r-Mrs. Cecilia Plnel Bemon; Vic Victor
tor Victor Navai, : AouiUno' Boyd '.a n d
Juliao wl)l return, to .their
seats in the National Assembly
to which they : .were elected iny
1958. i.i s'.'i j"! f
worked as a helpey in the Tram
I porta tion Division and In 1927 join
ed the former commisary. division1
where the remained until tha re.
organization of that unit last y$a-.
Most of his service was in the c -fice
of the General Manager -1
the Commissary Divison at Mov
Hope where he was supervisor
administrative officer. In 13
he was transferred to the Admi Administrative
nistrative Administrative branch as forms .control
office ,:; v;,;t v' '-. ". -. ;
.1 MiLWirta. expects, to; jo'n
wife and daughter in the U.S.
eventually will .make his t
in central California.

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letters ft Mcatved aratetaMYaad rs haaalad ni aall caaHdaitfial
MAAW.
it yeo ceatribate a ttHsf daa't ka impatient if R 4hm1 iBMt tha
Mat Jar- Ltfrsra art oublisaad is th ordat racaivfi.
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, CANAL ZONE
61r;
I.' Renlvlnc t "Viva Ashamed"
5 When he says "rightly or

1 non-US eltizens find the going harder tocUS courts inaniciu-
leins do, he sounds at leasfr open-minded'.. I would like fcf ask
him th nricrinoi intt.er writer. -"Ashamed' (Mail, Box,' May

M AiiUA) JUit aMVH VAf"HA jn- W . .. ( 4.
20) whether they have ever used any of their spare time to sit
1 in' the US Courts to watch the careful,, painstaking efforts ol
the Judges to arrive at a Just conclusion under the law?,
Yes, I know the court tit during business hours, but many
people work swing shifts. ". )
" What Canal Zone Justice was like In- the earlier days I
' don't know. Several West Indian friends have told me they, felt.
it"' was then inferior to Justice in Jamtricat and-thatftt that
time they got a rougher deal than the gringos, but they added
I that a, change had come. "We get a square deal now." n n s
4 t u v Kn rmnpt.iH with anv t?tirt or law enforce

ment agency oh the Canal Zone; but in line, of. duty 1 nave
frequently sat in its courtrooms as an observer. f v v y
If anr bias exists, believe me, it is, in favor of the Aon-US

t rime after time, I have seen light sentences or suspended
j sentences given to non citizens when I felt an American clti-
zen guilty of the same offense would have gotten heavier treat treat-l
l treat-l ment. When -I say "guilty of the same effense"" I mean if he
'had done exactly the same thing a non-US citizen did.
i Each case has a different set of circumstances, which read-
ers do not seem to realize. In a petty theft case, for example,
the main question about the r crime is not the value of the
f article on question,, but whether the defendant did indeed and

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CZ. JUNIOR
Sir.'

. After reading the letter by "Non-isoiationist" wau box,
May 28)i I feel it necessary to set the record straight.
Evidentally he has no knowledge, of the Canal Zone Schools
system. I cannot understand how attending school in hie own
home town affects the scholastic standing of an institution such
as our Junior College. ;' ;." i1 .'-i-j-.t-- :-rv.-
.Poor Job situations Is not the reason for the percentage of
enrollments In Junior College. Many students in Junior; College
are married. Their first two years of accredited schooling may
k nhtaini hr hanlv in order that thev mav be able- to

I complete the remainder of their education. Many parents are
sending older brothers or sisters through colleges In the States
J and Just cannot afford to send a second thlld, at the present
time, -v-'i "-.''-" -y -;.. i1, -; '.' s ;:' '.''-""'-;'V
J As far as the lack of teaching in Junior College, there Is
J no such lack. Theer are approximately .seven active teachers
i on the Junior College staff and each one holds a Master's de
l gree in his field and one has a Doctor's degree. Why shouldn't
3 they stiy here untu retirement? They are among the highest

paw wacners in tne worm.

-mis judgments he number percent pf stuaems who never leave

the Zone. I cart honestly say tnat o percent eacn graouaung
class from BIJS or JC leavethi'Zdne and 80 percent of them
never return. ..,
' '58 J. C. Graduate

12-FAMILY
Sir:
with all the lmDrdvements

talk of an addition to the commissary and the dress shop, and
t.h remodelling ol the old Ancon commissary to house the per-

sonnel bureau has any consideration been given to improving
1 th m-Ait lJ-fajnilv ilwellMBS? :

l is true, that the buildings

given a coat of paint on me outsiue. wni, awuii me uisiuo m
these' buildings? The halls In these places are dark, dirty, in

need of paint and many are kept in an unsanitary condition. condition.-The
The condition.-The teneral idea teems to be that Inhabitants of the build

ings share the responsibility for, keeping them clean, it seems
that the housing and grounds division could do something to
improve this situation; 'ixvy.2tT'Tflu'-f
Rom families lust don't care how the halls look and others

'"aave assumed, a don't tare attitude because there is nothing
much they can do. It Is rumored that if the situation is bad
renoughonrean call the Housing Bureau and make a complaint.
t I supposed action would be taken if the situation was co bad
1 as to create a health menace. t ., j. v ;
There are many families living in these places who would
? like to have them in such a condition that they would not be
J ashamed to invite their friends to their home.. Does anyone

have the answer?.
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

J' The week ended with tornadoes and more tornadoes. They
; came to within a short mile of getting us demolished sand one
1 house was twisted off ltfoundation. It ; hit a beach 'celeora 'celeora-j'tlon
j'tlon 'celeora-j'tlon at Rwkport, drowning jwven ; :people, five of which were
J children. '
All clear this morning with the'usual glare from the white-
painted houses. I received the best letter I have had in a long
' time from Corine Sandberg Hlndle and am glad, to know that
J her mother and Buster are doing so well although hampered
? by rains: This is a rainy period and It seems to be universal.
i I remembered this to happen before when Mrs. Denham put
in an oil heater; Now I think it would be better and cheaper
1 by electricity. My plant costs, me a bottle of oil a month and
t it runs- all. the time.,gk-y irsv.y: imiV.v r ::S.'--
When the students ran it, it was a small dependent radio
i station here and had a man at the crossroads who reported
every hour.-- r- -' r- ',
t Will try -to hold my once-a-week,Mail Box. vHasta : ia- otra

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ARMT.W1THOCT CIVILIANS

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1 I know no one is better than a civilian, because civilians
like "Quit Shoving, 6am" (Mail Box, May 28) keep telling us so.
But do you know all the time 1 was in Korea I never, seen
one civilian? And I didn't know any one that did. The Army
went on just the tame; In fact it went a lot better than this
place, with all its civilians who think no one knows anything
but themi-i- "'.V:-'--y w.':v -:-
' .ricnow civilians here in -the Zone who are good- Joe's and
some Just the opposite. But those 'who think the Army cann't
run without them are wrong. They can leave tomorrow and no
one will miss them. f
Also l will match my work with a civilian in the same
trade any time.
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wrongly" a feeling exists t that
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Comment
Br VICTOR RIESEL
CHICAGO There are Iran Iran-quuizmg
quuizmg Iran-quuizmg uras Uoui Mm
u.w.n. i0 a jufcry nauuu. i vt
jusi omen Wouga nearly l.wu
mues or beneuioulh piauts iud
everwuere Uia .word is inat woiie
luui.s win get, rougner in Juiy
and Aufiust, at last jie steel n n-uustry
uustry n-uustry will begin pulling out u
Uie recess. oa beginning some
beptemoer tray.
And as steel gooes, so goes the
nauon.
The men who report this are as
haru-neaaed as ine sleel they
roll., They've sheaves of staastics.
Tney simply report. that by Sep.
iemoer the warehouses every -wnere
will be empty of "invent
ory" stockpiled steel. It will
have been consumed. Alter that
manufacturer, road builders, co
struction. contractors, developers
of the new submarines and even
auto manufacturers, r- will have
to start buying steel again.
These exoerts DoinL out that
the decline in steel began a year
ago last March, industry bousht
less and less until last month
when steel production was down
to 47 percent of what the, nation's
mills can turn out full blast. Then
sales began to inch up. As I write,
l wont irom a memorandum snow
ing that the next figure will be 51
percent.--'. -;-v
But the nemo also says don't
expect the mills to recall their laid
off steel-workers until October or
Novemeber. Then the men will be
able to pull out of their long wint winter
er winter nigtumare. ; i
But comes July 1, there will be
some consolation in the automa
ic increase in V wages for
til
hundreds of thousands of steel
men still at work; No one can
tell you exactly how, much more
wui so into pay envelope a but
the best estimates put the total in
crease at 112,000,000 more' a
month under the contract signed
after the last steel strike in 1956.
There will be a seven to 13 cents
an hour general wage boost. In ad
dition, there will be a cost-of-liv
ing ipcrease. .'.-.
. mere win. oe suDsianciai in increase
crease increase lot Sunday, and holiday
work, which will mean much to
some families. Steel -mills to
round-lhe-piock and through Uhe
Tfiut ceras of thousands of
tiaal : werkars ga in Sunday7 at
yau da on Monday. Undar tha
' cantraet, thoy now will bo' paid
timo end k quarter for Sunday
work and double tima for holi holiday
day holiday work. Tharo will also ba
'.increase of some. $2.50 to $3.20.
a waak for thoso working tha
If our .m. shift. Night shift man
twill aat mJAMm m-II Hij-
U of soma S4 a waak. All this atop
ganaral wago incraasa montion
leat-abevV-'.'V'J-i g, h
The total package should throw
about. $140,000,000 a year more In
to tne purchasing power of the
steel comunities. All this will help.
' There will Undoubtedly be an m.
crease in steel prices, too.
vT's is interpreted by the et-
p'.ss a sure sign that both the
union' and the steel industry ex
pect to be out of the recession in
six months. Dave McDonald, ores
ident of tb union, met here last
week with. his 170-member wage
policy committee. They knew well
that they would be criticized for
taxing tne wage increase, lust' a
the industry knows it will be hit
tor jacking up prices. v s
But the union stood oat because
it does not believe thst the wage
increases will hurt the industry
and cause further joblessness. The
industry is hiking its prices be
cause it is certain that it wills be
selling lots -of ateel in six months.
It would not boost. Wees If it felt
that sales would fall off. ; i
This is,what both sides, in effect, ''
told -s'e m e government cir circles
cles circles wflen, it -was suggested that
they ; meet with President Eisen.
hower and call a holiday on pay
and price increases.
Lush times are not exactly ar around
ound around the corner, but at-least .the
steel industry expects to take tht
turn in the right direction next
fall.' And "with it, the nation, we
hope. ,
RATIONING ENDS
V BERLIN (UPn Rationing
with the exceptions of milk, will
l i. r ..'..
ouu in din ueuiiBiiT wumniu-
nist Premier Otto Grotcwohl an announced
nounced announced today. At the. same tinn1.
he said new orice ceilings would
be fixed on foods. He explair.id
that state subsidies would be prov provided'
ided' provided' low wage earners. and plrl plrl-age
age plrl-age pensioners to meet the new
prices, t
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Walter Winchell I h

MEMOS OF A COLUMNIST'!.
; SIC'Y .
Dear W.W.: U.S.' Senator War
ren Maenuson s Imerstate and
Foreign Commerce Committee will
start hearing or all phases of tv
and radio droblems (including
lltiuga uii v tvni a viiim viv
Senators, will confirm what;- so
iany of you on the air have' ar argued
gued argued .about so often. One rating.
taker will be embarrassed. H i s-
polltaker;aBBin lislea two pro
grams (as enjoying sugarjr rat

ings) after being off the air, foriommending Pat Wyniore's new

months. The family of the man
slain, by alleged paid assassins
told me they -will reimburse you
for expenses paid the terrrfied
chorus girl you removed fro in
Florida to Vegas, 'ihey say q ne
i their best witness desnite slate-
manta to noliee'tiia' man she tsaw1
run in front of her car into the
murder car'Vis not the one whose
Rogues Gallery photo was sent
you. vf"" u': -tf Z i -A 1
. This amusing scone happened
' at tha N. Y. Reporters Ats'n af affair.
fair. affair. Tha Mirror's Jim O'Connor
(pros of tha group) was speech
ingv "Too bad Waltar Wincholl
.who Is busy, in Vegas for the
hara to accapt our annual
check." As Jim mourned about
your net being there Jn walkad.
tho President. of the Unite d
States. : ; t
Wa have a latter from one- of
the names, you deleted from "the
dying prisoner's- dramatic ; letter
we ran last week. It's from the
one 'whose film was stolen t by
Reds here and later shown in all
Com my theatres as Josefs Stalin's
"own" literature 'i suppose you
are sending it to Washington be
fore you print It. .-.July 1st is the
date for Joe Spagna's Cross Trails
restuarant to : debut at Lake
George, N. Y. .The best dance
music in that sector, if you ,'ack
me. Hans Holzer, the N.Y. .and
Hollywood correspondent for the
London Sporting Review, is t the
author of "A La Carte" at the
new cafe. . "In Boboli'ythe pro proprietor
prietor proprietor is .Arturo, former maitre'd
at the Blue Angel. 'Mr.-Kelly's"
m Chicigo'saw the' orchidsTfor
Peggy Dietrick. He wants to
know when she can open at his
popular spot.. ; ;
A am told you can safely bet
that Lisa Ferraday will soon be
come,: Mrs. Jack Anderson. .
What's all this chatter about the
Billy Eckstines divorcing? They
still .tepee togedda. .Dolores Del
Rio was at Dan Stamper's spot
with Carlos r Alemy of South A.
merics;- .' .Milton Berle signed
Keely Smith and Louis Prima for
his TV Show. We could hear the
Sahara Hotel Lounee applause in
Ve!a away hack here. .' .It's a
girl for the Nick Frieunds at Mt.
Sinai hosp. Granddad is Sam
Zolotow of the N.Y. Times drama
desk. . One of America's most
renowned movie queens in on the
verge of a breakdown. She iut
learned her ima?e is a done ad
dict.. Diana "Ldd. ao erateful (ir
the break took insurance on a i
rerert fliht nft her mother!
and, the Damon Runyon j Cancer i
Fund beineficUnes, ,Krm Novnk
called, Said thanks for you-know-what.
(Said you'd understand.)
Did yov .Vnw ht Buidy and.
Jarry Lottor't father was a
Hearst e-Mtorla' wrltar fa" wan.
ty years?. ..Carman Phllllna
(an other WW ."find" from tho
.chorus .to .Hollywood roles) is.
alatad for hor third major at
MCM plus a larger tola In the
tamo studio's tv'or. "Northwatt
Passage", .Ban Blue's is, still'
daing tho top Hollywood night
' spot biz. Thoy oil mist you.
Ban's arrangar-maattro Ivan
.Lane and his lovely wife (Stacey,
Clyde of Boitonjwill ba Imag.
"ad In Novambar.t'7 '.What did
you do with all thota Runyon
ehaeks Whara't tha $29,000
check for, FtllowsMpi? D i d

We're Gonna Get Him a Piano
With aeThousand Keys"

Irai 'I C

yeu relay to grantaai. .Why
don't you sai;- bCK all tne
mall you haven't had time to
.read since April 2nd? We will,
.screen it. ; Driving .all sources,
nutz. .It It truo that whan you
phoned tha Lot Angelas Police
Uapi. to report that the chiftt chiftt-suspect
suspect chiftt-suspect tin tha case) it in
tneir Country you ware told!
"Sorry, we're closad on Sun Sundays?"
days?" Sundays?" Out tampa says thanks for rec-
class act lor the hotel Ambassa
dor's Cocoanut Grove.. .Did you
eaten Phyllis i Paul's song styies
at the Vegasv Riviera with the
iswingy : Dukes of ;? .Dixieland
comDo A preay person wno
toys. Wth the; Mike.;.Harry. Brand
of '20th Century-Fpx sent a photo
0t you sitting with Damon Run.
yon, Mike Todd and George Jean
Nathan all of them none.; Gave
me the ." downs. .You' recently
gave a good notice to three Ger German
man German entertainers several squawks
from chorines .-'and others who
allege 'his. act made no b o n o s
about their contempt for Amen
cans, etc. Who gets people like
that visas to come here and en enjoy
joy enjoy unemployment insurance paid
for with your taxes and ? mine?
No like. ; V v j: : ; '( :y- t:
U.S. Senator Malone's' n'e w
book. "Mainline.": is here. ; WiU
send. Very interesting.' He was
appalled when he, learned that" a
Vegas policeman was indifferent
to that chorus girl whose father
was.s'ueged by an admitted
"member of the mob". . .U"
you came on the scene.1 v Tbd
City desk wonders how. high .you
-On the death of President
. Warren G, Harding in 1923,
r Vice President Calvin Coolidge
became the 30th president of
the United States; The oath of
office was adminifctarwi at 9 a
a.m. Aug. 3 in the sitting room I
of Coolidge's boyhood home In
Plymouth,- Vt by his lather,''
1 John Coolidge, a notary public, i
,- Brltaifnica' Jr, fineyclopadia

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olew your top at that. I get the
snivels tninxing of your reaction.
i .Joe K. Aiewisays 'you have
neen nominated tor the JSwitiy
Morgan "award. ... John Edear
noover says his new book. Mas
terg of Decei.," is still a beat-
seller. .Gordon J :ihs' melodv
to your lyric, "I iViij You, Too,"
is so catchy. Variety wants to
know izzitru you, Mr. Jenkins
and Mon.e Proser 'are forming a
new recording label for it?.' ..
Wish we could be there on the
28th when you go into- "The-' old
soft shoe
with all thoser i pretty
people.
.Did you get"' Joan T- Merrill's,
now album titled, -"How Did.
He i LMkVS, -VU- and j I if onioyad
oryi mucH. Wastminttof It tho.J
I. k.1 . Ul.k. B. 1... '1
, tiMwi. ri ..vnivri :9vrv, liw'nil.
vywit, toot off on another Yur--rapaan
tour', tha 24thr Cruopo it
hit room. .Report about no
ttaap from Vegas worry ut.
Why" not concentrate on tho
hoof Ina routinat for tho Tropl
cans show inttead of taking on
all tho problem i of thota young
ladiat who, happen i to need
iobt?. .' .tolt Ray, who never
danced In N.Y.,, it very: happy
bout har role in Lou Walter's
Paw Cafe; do Purls 5 tr a.1 l e.
Wa got hor toatt for har jfirtt
Broadway plays. Thrilled 1 no
and. i Byron Shorrlll Jaavat
TWA to become General Man-
gar of Lanict Nlearagimn Air Air-lintt.
lintt. Air-lintt. .Tahnkt to Roberta
Sharwoo-' for har $1,000 to tho
Runyon Fund. y,.v,S..;:-:i ;i ':c-:ti
Tho Editor and Publisher land
lord sjiys : thanks .We haven
i yet been able to locate that rt
oorler who Went to Nassau (Da
hamas) shortly after that mur
der in Miami Beach?. Strange
sudden shift. .Will ask the own
er of the Nassau newspaper if
he; can help. . The recording bi
it- in large slump. One lop
firm, which usiullv noddles Sinn
non- nlaftarx nr week hit its nsw!
low-only 14,000 discs sold. Unit-'
ed Artists veddy mifft with your
recent item. .Hmf. You never
complained when they, filmed
flops telling fibs, about columnists:
. .The mail on Lana is still bir
and very pro...The small souawk
mail on that tragedy is from f'.e
familiar set of stone.throwefs, who
keen- takin the Lord's name in
vain and tuns rocks at peonie
Who need a lift from" the gutter.
They mike me, sick. i
-Your Girl. Fridays.
DISCING BEGINS
' ST. PETERSBuilG, Fia'."(Upii
rScientists are attemnting tQ rep reprover
rover reprover theTemains of about 100
Indians lna burial mound h
lievert stated in the 13th-or 14n
cenlury. Dr, William Sear. as as-distant
distant as-distant curator of the FlorH'"
State" Museum, t said the buril
mound i is one of a series thai
once '"tended through the pre pre-senf
senf pre-senf 7 y ske. 7 v
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'BUCHAREST,' Rumania This
is a oeauwiui ti.y Oi sa-au.re uj-
rauoxes, in uie laiuuic o iue u
.y, loosveis crow iu uie uioiJing.
mouim us mosi oijaie uuu.n.
square- you cau near Jie raiu
cOiV caiuiig ui tne antrnouu.
Aiiu in tne evemuu jou near tne
I'iiyikm ol a ih:. uand ana tile
weaU of a g.py uUve.
It is a city wucre the strict
doctrines ol a Communist redone
hive ciasneu witn me lacnauai lacnauai-sical
sical lacnauai-sical corrup.ion of oowu-ai-lnul
ueei-royjrny, and tne Communis.
uave won.
It isa cilv where th Russmn
Army tooK ovenroih xke lN.ia
and wntie 'tue landmarks
ot tici-man energy still staiia ouu
an arpon lar more modern than
icw lUlkl jua UUdiUia AlTDOft.
And a Council Oi Ministers cuil
uuifc, suriii iu uuMgu out ia a
way beautuul. ;
Ii is a city whose parks are
deitiivful, wnose chuuren ata
well cared lor. whose streets aiv
almost, empty oi auiumouiles, ana
wnjose mieiesung niuseumsDuiti
bv the monarenv. are well mam,.
ged by the Communists. 1
.it -is a city wuere you some.
times tliinx that iree euterpn&e is
coniined to .the tapping of tiie
bootblack outside your notel win-
uow every moining. He taps his
brush onv his box w try to "drum
up .raae- his way of advertising.
Aside from this, there is : little
aoverusing iq Rumania. The bill billboards
boards billboards don't promote tooth paste,
un nair lotion, or unaer-arm ueo
dorants, Senators Gore .Teuuo .Teuuo-ssee
ssee .Teuuo-ssee and Neubeger of Oregon
would have no UoUulii passing an
anti.billDoaru highway law., nei
: Ins-ead you reau h oiiiboartis
promb.ing the virtues of Lenin
and Marx, and the link between
T . : v n T ...
xvuasia anu numaiua.
" If you drive under a-! railroad
bridge, the lettering on the tres trestle
tle trestle does not tell you the name of
the rajlroad. It hails Marx and
Lenin and the Rumanian's Peo People's
ple's People's republic..-,:, '.
Statuat' of Stalim-
'": .;-;4,: r:.:--, i-i-' rV"
Propaganda is an accepted fac factor
tor factor in Rumanian life, It is every everywhere.,
where., everywhere., 'i v h:-':"ts.
' At Ui'st it mad.e me figure t!i-United-
States has not done .so
well it propagandizing -tne" odi
lor our way of life. But on sj
cond thought I concluded that
maybe' we're not. so dumb alter
all. How would the French like
Pit if we had insisted on putting a
cianf: statue of Dwiaht D. v Eiscn;
howes or Gen. George Marshall m
the Place de ia Concorde in Pa
ris 7 Eisenhower is the man who
liberated France and Marshall is
the author of Ahe Marshall Plin
which reconstructed France, But
4byihavf7i)o-9tatues,, 1. :.
Or jwhat would' the Greeksf sat
if say it we had -placed a giant
statue oi narry Truman alongside
Eiato,; Aristotle and Demosthenes
near ine Acropolis? Truman was
Lthe author of the doctrine whioji
rescued Greece.
' Moscow has done exactly this
bv olantine huee statues of Jro
Stalin everywhere. Inheir liearts
I don't think 'the Rumanian peo
ple or, the other Soviet-bloc neo neo-ple
ple neo-ple 1ik'e his constant scowling
stare..-' '
The' thing you have to remem remember
ber remember about Rumania is that It was
a, rundown monarchy where eve.
ry royal courtier from the King's
mistress down had a hand in the
public till.
': Bucharest was considered the
capital of sex, sin, and, sensuou? sensuou?-ness;
ness; sensuou?-ness; The late Queen Mo'her of
Rumania was famous for her in international
ternational international affairs. Her son set a
rovale example to his $ut)iects by
bringing his concubine, into the
,.,t v

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N e NEW LOYriY IOW Si'.ZZU : fj
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ARIAS

palace in such

a 'flagrant mannef
that his wue,
iiciea of Greece.
went back to A
Communitf ami Stn
Vhe.her you agree with the
Communist or 110., Uiey have 'cut
out the sensuousnesj and tlief
seem to have eradicated a cer.
lam smnnnl nf ii...
- vi. Bin. ujui uoi evea
.he Communists can t .eradicate
. Thev havp hpen hii-ch t.
thiess ui taking over the palatvg
ano. s.aiei ot the old regime,
and crowding onetime nobility in
to small rooms nh no batik
rooms. But they have given these
confiscated homes to workers
There is b.tter resentment from
the old nobility and there are ca cases
ses cases of 'genuine suifering. --
In the store window,' set aside
for thu .; sale of personal keep,
sakes,-you will see pathetic relief
pr the paslr-a statue of a czarist
cavalryman, an old photo ol
Charlie Chaplin .and Lillian-Gisa,
set oi vatna, a swora worn b
one of Kink Ferdinand's courtiers.
But this is the past. And the
Communists are hving for the
future.; They-are tough.i practical,. practical,.-and
and practical,.-and oo. the whole successful.
Fufuro Xommuniitt-.' '.'!
TO -See how" fhp UrOra 1nnlrln
to. the future r went to some of
tneir schools. One was a nursery
school attached- to a state facto factory
ry factory which manufactures clothing.
MOvhers working in the factoiy
parked 200 chiluren, from bab.ei
to age seven, inthe nursery. T
found it excellent. Jn' fact it wa
better than some rAmerican nno
sery schools which
dren have, attended, and readnri
of this column have ".reason; te
k?w what I think of my grand.
The iurriitu're, : the decorations,
the nursery beds were arranged
with tasie, cleanliness, and ima
gination. The manager had n
advance notice that 1 was coming. coming.-I
I coming.-I simply drove uo to tha v.m.
asked to come in. -'
. I also visited a Pioneer Place, a
special relaxation and training,
school for children, io kn thp:n
off the sheets and incidenla,lv
get them started as youn'si Com
munists.' This, one was In t'i
King's old summer palace'and it
was. beautiful. The halls whicli
Once "housed kings had been
revamped into classrooms for s ti tidy,
dy, tidy, of radhv electronics,' telepLo
fe. tinting, theatre., manual,
training.; ;
All urearaft evffamnli .rt1 '.
, AVicmcit WCH ULFilBa
Theres may, be, s political motivd
in it. But on the other hand I
could find n0 Juvenile Crime:- ia
the-satellite countries,' certslniy
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plague the streets of HarleTt,
Brooklyr and Philadelohla. The
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Trooping THE LINE duriiig'a Joint "guard of honor at Quarry Heights para de ground last Veek are, left to right, Lt. Gen. RIdgley Galthev Caribbean
, f IKUUriMU xm u ;, n rfi.fK .. it DutMn r. mm 9nth Tnfantrv Port Knhhe. eommandpr of t.hft Toint honor aruard. and '

MTen Tlvomas L Harrold, commanding general, U.S. Arm? wnVwanod peonage at the ceremony: Ta the right of the saluting ;
V otflcera are members of the new Caribbean Command Color Guard, bearing the flags of the four component servicea of the command.

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IVawlion School,;
'Mrs. Wiliiam.R. Dixon' veteran
,1"ji..t. of mmitiM VOUtil aCUVl-

TtiesK will be the upervisor of he
iwjirerarit Union Church D ally

'Vacation (Bible School from June
4 J to 20. ; 1 '. : ;
!; Mrs. Dixon hat secured com-
Vi(ont nnrl vnprifinced staff .to

.cciot lr ThA srhool which will

'LS;be held 8 to 11. each morning,
Monday through Friday,' is open
J" n .11 ohiiriran nf Margarita and

Coco Solo between the ages of 4
' . r : ...Ml Vj. enanil 1 in

nilanQ 14. oessiuu wm. w ii,
7Bible. study, handicraft and, ;u ;u-r
r ;u-r k-mMaif rpcroation.- Transportation

will be provided for the, children

, tha rihstnt of the church, the

Rev, Theodore E. Franklin, has
announced his TrinityS u n d a y

v,f Knwledg.,rvThe choipnaer the
,,the direction of Hatrold SpiCknail
'I, will sing, its ,last anthem .before
1., ih vacation season Spicknall will

I'.be leaving during the middle of

fromrthe Army. Upon discharge
he'iviU''nTott''foFl'U'f-t'B e r
' musical litudie in the' Bl U 1 1 C

. i .nhAnl.nf th. TTnivnriitv of Mich.

, igafl? Assisting the pastor in ihe.

: ntinistryiof nospitamy .& irnoiy

' morning Will be Mr. ana Mrs. it,
X. Tinftin at Marsarita -and Mr,

5na.,r4.H.;.H,-;Nunlex; at Coco
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CHRIST CHURCft
Colon ",
On Sunday ; services at Christ

Church by-the-Sea, : the-' histond
Epicopal Church in Colon, "will be
jn honor of the. Feast of the Holy

Trinity, beginning swith a celebra celebration
tion celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 6 a.m.

. Morning Prayer at 8:30 will be

followed by solemn '.'high Mass

and sermon at 9 o'clock, with the

rector, the Rev. J; Peter Farmer

as celebrant and preacher! the

Revw Henry A.- Blake as deacon,
and Noel C. Henriquei as gub-dea-
Con.'rt,vv f. ;''u-'.t,!5i-M'?4''f..?'i;'i

At -the T:30 p.m. service of
solemn Evensone the congregation

will hear the Anglican Bishop of

the Falkland Islands, who is sche
duled to preach the sermon.".

He is travelling 4r9m-i-se' to
England to attend a" Conference

of Bishops of the Anglican Com, Com,-mdnion.
mdnion. Com,-mdnion. 1
In celebration of the' 93rd an-

niversary of tho Atiantn side

cnurcn.whicn'Was consecratett on
Jun Vjf 1865, there wil'. be a week

oi special services, opening on
Sunday, June 3. and closing on the

Hillils For

ft -w'l HINGTON -(UPI Presi

dent Eisenhower asked Congress
Wednesday' to "Vdte n extra 334
millinn HnllaM for the Atomic

Energy; Commission for ith4 Sew,

fiscal year oeginning- juiy
About 130 million dollars wduld
ha fnt nrmratinff exDenses. includ

ing 15 milliort dollars to speed de.

VelOpment'OI nucwar weiua.
Th other 208 milliion dollars

was earmarked for plant acquisi.
tion and construction.
The supplementary request
would increase. AEC appropria appropriations
tions appropriations for the new year, to, about
2V billion dollars.

;.The proposed increase lnoper lnoper-atiing
atiing lnoper-atiing funds also included 18 .mil .million
lion .million dollars for expansion of ba basic
sic basic research in physical sciences,
especially nuclear physics.
, Other major: items were 69, 69,-300,000
300,000 69,-300,000 for further, acceleration of

the reactor development program,
particularly civilian atomic power
plants, and $27,200,000 for admin administrative
istrative administrative costs.
' The plant acquisition and con construction
struction construction funds included 51 mil million
lion million dollars for a gas cooled
power reactor and 31 million dot dot-lars
lars dot-lars for facilities required in the
' expanded operating program.

lDance Students s

-Present Recital

At Gorgas

Monday evening Mrs.. An "Lat-

tm presented ner. dance pupus in
the "Little Show" for the enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment of the patients at i Gorgas
Hospital. The entertainment was
held in. the Red Cross lounge with
the following children taking part,
Angela Ganser, Carol Bowm, Sha

ron Bouman, Mary Almquist, Cap.

py Foster, Carole walker, Tufty
Chance, Torchy Chance, and Mar Martha
tha Martha 'Eugenia Calleja. ,
PLAN NEW PRODUCT
. PITTSBURGH (tPI)- United

S.ates Steel 'Corp. announced
plans to enter the aluminum coat

ed steel .sheet market late next
year: The company pans to 'alter

r .-me galvanizing ne ...ai iisirvm

J works,. near Uravosburg,.Pa. to

t also produce aluminium coated
, Vatecl sheets.,.,..,.. :.. :

BidsJ On Navy
Surplus Property -Open
Until June 9
" The U.S.! Naval Station Rodman
Navy Exchange has advertised for

sale by competitive sealed bids.

various models' of restaurant, equip,
ment and office machines.
1 The property may be inspected
on any regular working day
through June 9, at the Supply i and
Fiscal v Department ; Storehouse.

Building No, Rodman Naval Sta Sta-tion.
tion. Sta-tion. IBids must be received not later
than the opening, time stated above
1 1UYS CHEMICAL FIRM 1
v GREENSBORO, N. C. (UPI) (UPI)-Cone"
Cone" (UPI)-Cone" Mills Coinp.' haj acquired
control of B. May !Ine., Reward,
N.:J.- checmieal and dyestuff man man-ufacturer
ufacturer man-ufacturer for an. undisclosed sum.

evening of June J5, wheu. Bishop

K. eDer uooC'.'O. S. Ti u., win Q-

minisier tne sacrament of Holy
Confirmation and preach.

There will be a special preacher

eapS evening at 7:30 during the an

niversary, wees. On the opening

night the sav.;,Enwm LV.weust-r

priest.in-char?e vf Paul's, Pa'
nama, will driver v.e K strmon

The Re Cla-erce W. ilayta i11
be the pieachi i on Jure 9, and wli

be accoiu. aied ft BM.A'K&'.tr.

Hayes,' wh-. became postulant

for Holy Orders from Chris'

Church .parish, -m-s, the : pr;i st-m

charge: of St. cristopher s thurca,

Rio Ahajo,i. iwWj;.. .kh ',1. r;

s The Revi Allan R. Went,, also a
former, member 'of Christ Church,
wiH-.be; celebrant at the 9 'cock

choraltEucitarMt on iSundayimorn,

intf 3une.-a, .'hiirwill be his, tint

Euchflrist at ,the chuf?h swcre he
waa- baritone aolist beforedeaving
for' the Uniced States to begin his

theological studies. The Rev. Hen

ry Cluver and the Pevi John Spear,

both serving on th Pacais side

will also, be amongthe anniyersa

ry. prMeheTt HHl.'K'.' Hi

igns s

Father Walden
To Bogota Church
"lTafhei? 'wilder who ;was ordain ordained
ed ordained to the priesthood last week, in
the Cathedral of St Luke by Bishop
Gooden, celebrated his ; first
Eucharist on Sunday" morning at
the Cathedral at 7:30 a.m. assisted assisted-by
by assisted-by the Rev. Dr. John HTownsend.
Father Walden preached at the
Cathedral at the 11 o'clock service
? On Tuesday, Father Walden ce celebrated
lebrated celebrated his first eucharist. at St.
Andrew's Church, Cocoli,' assisted
by the Rev. William W. Baldwin.
Bishop Gooden today1 appointed
Fr.: Walden as priet-in.charee of
St..Alban's Church, Bogota, Colom
bia, to take the place of the Rev.
Thomas C. Schmidt, who is being
transferred to New London, Conn.
The Walden famil will travel to
Bogota ta the near future.

Financial Survey

Planned Dy U.$.:

Govl. Commission

-NEW YORK (UPI) -The Com

mittee for Economic Development

T o d a y announced formation
of a 25-man independent commis

sion to undertake the first i thor

ough survey of U.S. public and

private monetary and iinancial
policies .and institutions in half a
century. v , i

- The, commission on money and
credit, established under a $500,-

000 grant from the Ford Founda.

tion,. will include outstanding fig figures
ures figures from business, finance, edu.
cation, labor, and agriculture.:
It will be headed by Frazer B.
Wilde. President of the Connecli-

cut General Life-insurance Co.,
Hartford, Conn." H.. Christian Son

ne.-; New York,. chairman of the

oa tronal Planning ; c Association

will be vice chairman, v-

the -CED Is 'a non-ppofit mu
partisancommittee of 150 business

executives and scholars formed to

study national economic policies

ana maae reports with1 a view

toward promoting high employ

ment and economic growth and

stability,,,

to show those

color

Huk Rebel Leader

Laya Reported

Ready To Surrender

..;-.t,-".j .-.-.ia-.r',.,:.; a :.!,,
MANILA (UPI1 Government

officials Tuesday negotiated se secretly
cretly secretly Jo try to win the surrender
of Communist Huk rebel leader

Dr. Jesus Laaa. 1
.President Carlos P., Garcia dis disclosed
closed disclosed Monday that negotiations
were going on and that L a v a
wanted to give-up. v
Garcia gave no ..further details,
but said he was confident the

negotiations would be" successful.
A 4,000-man : drive against the

remaining Huks in northern Lu-

zon as launched last week. Lava
was believed hiding in the moun mountains
tains mountains north of Manila.

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ESIDENT ERNESTO DE LA CUARDIA, JR WILL v- j ,-.:
CALIBRATE BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSAR1LJODAT u : v 7
The president, of the Republic of Panama, Ernesto 'de la
Guardia, Jr., will observe the anniversary ,of his birthday to today
day today The Chief Executive will receive : friends and well-
- wishers from Panama and from the Canal Zone this after-
- noon at five o'clock in the presidential palace.

Stg Lunchoan Honors
, Retiring Employes
a trrnnn nf fellow emDloves at
tended a stag retirement lunch lunch-'
' lunch-' eon at the Fern Room in the Tivoii
Guest House on Friday, honoring
-K.L. Sullivan and C w.writz.
both long time employes of the
supply .tiivinoiv whe will retire
tin June.
Air. Sullivan came to the Isih-
: mils as a high-school English
teacher, later transferred to the
then, commissary division, as train
ing officer, and worked his w.ly
to the position of general manag
er.." ': : Vv:
Mr. Wirtz worked ior the com com-'misarry
'misarry com-'misarry division in various posit.
' ions for over thirty years, and
was chief clerk when he transfer transferred
red transferred to the Forms Control office
In Balboa Heights, a year ago.
Mr.x Sullivan received an Ambi Ambi-Silette
Silette Ambi-Silette camera, presented by L.
A. -Ferguson on behalf of the Div Division's
ision's Division's employees, and Mr. Wirtz
received an electric "to keep
him warm when he goes; north". L
The presentation was by Mr. W,
D. Marquard.
Mr,. Sullivan and, family" will
return to his native state; of Col Colorado.
orado. Colorado. Mr. Wirtz and wifejplari to
settle eventually in the San .Franc .Francisco
isco .Francisco area.
Shiflrtt Dinet And Dinner
In 'Cristobal Saturday
A special Panama Railroad
"scooter" will carry Pacific, side
Noples of Abou, Saad Temple, A A-A.Q.N.M.S.
A.Q.N.M.S. A-A.Q.N.M.S. and their ladies from
Bajboa S t a t i o n to Cristob.il
m; Saturday night where a
Shrine dance and dinner will be
held in the Sky .Room of the Crist Cristobal
obal Cristobal Masonic Building. "The scoot-
enwill leave Balboa Station at S 30
p.iti. and will stop at other stat stations
ions stations along the wav as requested.
Round trip fare will be between $3
and $4 per person. Capt. Munyon,

NOTICE TO MY PUPILS
BOTH OLD AND NEW
MAKE THE M6ST OF YOtJB; SUMMER VACATION
k JOIN ONE OF THE MANY CLASSES TAUGHT
AT THE BALBOA YMCA BY
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Eia;ht week of fun and pportunlty for. l'ws,
i!iiIm Yuma a n l Tultr Innlllflu

I Ballet, tap. Toe, Baby Classes, Tumblint for Boys and
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telephone Gamboa 134 (home)
and Gamboa 128 (oflice) is acept acept-ing
ing acept-ing at 7 p.m.1 and dancing with
music by the Koyal Sultans wu'
Dress dollow is semi-formal' tor
this occasion, which is for Shrin.
ers and their Jacues.oniy. accora
ing to Illustrious Potentate 'Cha-'
D. La valle. Mixers and ice- wilt
be furnished. Tickets at $2.50
each may"l; be purchased "from
Noble Win.' Dixon, Atlantic Side,
or from Noble M. Tewinkle or
Noble George Fullman on ihe
Pacific Side.
Miss Julie Maduro Hostess' ';
At Luncheon Today
Miss Julie Anne Maduro was
hostess at a luncheon at her home
in El Cangrejo today in honor of
her cousin, Miss Myra Maduro
and Miss Eve Uisenmann, who
are leaving f or an extended' vac
ation in the States-.
Cmdr. And Mrs. Hollingsworth
Entertain For Houseguest
: Cmdr.' and .Mrs. A. F, Hollings
worth of the I5tn mvai uistrici
had as their guest over the week'
end. Col. Carl Buecnher. U. S.
fiy. of. Guatemala City where
he; heads the military Mission
On Monday evening Cmdr. and
Mrs. Hollingsworth entertained at
dinner followed by a theatre party
to see "Time Limit." v.
Admiral and Mrs. Wales
Entertain At Dinner
Admiral and Mrs. George Wales
of the 15th; Naval District entert entertained
ained entertained at dinner at their quarter?
on Wednesday evening in honor
of Admiral Guillermo Tirado of.
Pern. There were twenty guests.
Rosemary and George Wales '
To Spend Summer In Connecticut
Rosemary Wales, of Adm. and
Mrs. George Wales will leave
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ranama
Monday by ship for the States. She
will spend the summer with her
auui, drs. Jonu Kezner ot isew
London, Conn. Her brother
George who is grtiating next
week from Balboa High School
will leave Thursday for New Loncl
on. He plans to emer Brown Un University
iversity University in Providence, R. I. in
the fall. ...
Terry Altman
Celebrates Birthay
Miss Mary Teresa A" 1 e m a n,
who is celebrating her 15th birth birthday
day birthday today, will entertain a group
of her friends at a garden party at
ihe home of her parents, Mr. an J
Mrs W. Fv Aleman.' in Los Rios
(CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
Russia Hopes To Be
Landing On Moon
In The Hear Fulure
: MOSCOVf (UPD A promi
nent scientist saw umay tne
"speedy progress" being made by
the Russians raises, hope that a
manned sniire shin could be
launched for the moon "m the
comparatively nearest future..
Prof. V. V. Dobronravoy," in an
ara'cle in the newspaper Liters-
turnaya Gazeta, said the Soviet
Union does not intend to launch
a manned Sputnik at the presenf
time;
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H. said the current tvDes of
satellit cannot be guided .from
earth and are unsuitable for the
oppnmmnHatinn nf humans. He
said there is no question of
launching an unguided Sputnik
with a human passenger "since
ne cannot reiurn 10 earm.
But he aded that "the speedy
progress in the construction and
launching ; of Soviet Sputniks"
raises hopes ; that "in the com comparatively
paratively comparatively near, future, 'the
creation of such comparatively
large flying vehicles, which would
permit the accommodation of a
crew of several persons and
which would achieve Sufficient
speed to reach the moon" would
be possible.''
Dobronravoy said that ther sol solution,
ution, solution, of the problem of manned
space flight development of ad additional
ditional additional equipment for the regula
tion of internal temperatures
aboard the apace ship.
Los Angeles
Crime Reaches
All-Time High
LOS ANGELES (UPf)Murder,
suicide, arson, torture, kidnaping
and robbery reached an all-time
high during the first week ot May
on seven local TV -stations, ac according
cording according to the National Associa.
tion for Better Radio and (Tele (Television.
vision. (Television.
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After a week of viewing "basic
crime programs" before 9 p.m..
the association totaled 161 mur
ders, 60 justifiable homicides,
two suicides, 192 attempted mur
ders, 83 robberies, 15 kidnapings,
24 'conspiracies to commit murder.
21 jailbreaks. 7 attempted lynca-
ings. 6 dynamitings,- 11 'cases cf
extortion, z of arson and z oi pny.
sical torture
The report was submitted Wed
nesday to the Federal Communi
cations Commissipn, FBI Director
J, Edgar Hoover ana 325 spon
sors. t
so EASY and results are
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of the work is eliminated.'.
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MISS CAROL LYNNE FLENNIKEN, daughter of Mrs. Lucille
M. Flennlken, of Balboa, is a candidate for graduation from
high school,) at Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Va. The
Jtraduatloh exercises will be held on Sunday afternoon In the,

College Amphitheater. Miss Flennlken 1st active in Activities

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for l
ELKS their ladies and guests.
ELKS HOME, BALBOA ;
Chicken, Fun & Frolic
Tomorrow Saturday, May. 31. At 7:00 p.m.
Admission $1.00

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If yon invite a couple over for
bridge, have the card table set up
with cards, scoring pads, pencils,
and ash trays on it before the
guests arrive. .
Why "keep guests-' waiting while
you look for a set of cards or have
to stop to sharpen a pencil or
drag in "chairs ,4or the players to
sit in? i ', :-.
PAA Jet To Fly Cargo
In Training Program
Pan Americr.n World Airways
plans to gain jet flight and ground
handling experience by utilizing
the first of its new 575-mile-an-hour
1 Boeing 707 Clippers asv a
cargo carrier to Latin America
prior to placing it in transatlantic
passenger service this fall. 4,
Juan T. Trippe; Pan American's
president, said government au
thorization for the jet cargo ser ser-vice
vice ser-vice has been requested and is
being actively considered by the
Civil Aeronautics Board. If ap
proved, the- new jets will have the
highest flight-time background of
any. transport aircraft e. ven4o en enter
ter enter scheduled passenger service.
Pan American anticipates inau inaugurating
gurating inaugurating transatlantic Jet pas passenger
senger passenger service late this year,, Mr..
Trippe told stockholders at, the
company's 30th annual meeting in
New j York City.Viit";-;?'
1 Mr. Trippe reported that the
first three Boeing. 707 Clippers fc-f
Pari American's new $300,000,000
;at fleet are now undergoing Civil
Aeronautics Administration .certi .certi-fictaion
fictaion .certi-fictaion flights tests, v :
The aircraft already have ac
cumulated over 300 hours of flight
time in addition to the 1,000 hours
flown by a prototype.
Preliminary observations; indi indicate
cate indicate that the. reduired specifics
ions for CAA certification of the
Boeing 707 have been met and
probably exceeded,. Mr; Trippe
said. ... -. ,
! He said 'that Gen. Charles A.
Lindbergh, technical consultant
for Pan American, and many
companf pilots have flown the
"These well-,qualified pilots' are
unanimously enthusiastic in their
report of the excellent flying char
acteristics of the prane. They
state that it is far superior aero-
aynamicauy toe any yi ::me juany
transports introduced Jy Pan A-
meriean in itS"30-year history,- For
example, '.he1 landing speed of, 105
knots is as low as that of existing
piston-engined aircraft, Mr.
Trippe said. ( 1
Tests for cabin vibration and
noise levels -gained for the new
jet the rating of "excellent."
Jet delivery dates appear to be
ahead of schedule, Mr. tnppe
said. The company is proceeding
ramdlv. with Its plans jor inte
grating the jet Clippers Into the
piston-engined fleet as weir as for
pilot training and ground han
dling of the new planes. Senior
pilots without exception are exer
cising their nshts to bid for the
privilege of flying the ,jet Clip-1
At a cruising speed of 575 miles
an hour, transatlantic jet Clipper
flights will be scheduled In, less
than seven hours, some five hours
undtr the" time required for the
fastest piston-engined ; airliners,
rM. Trippe said.
Pan American Is scheduling a
record of 170 transatlantic flights
each 'WeeR this summer, an in increase.,
crease., increase., of 16 over last year., Aavt.
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DETROIT (UPIV-The VBlted;t.f. f I j mos.; of h'
k n uri,,. j I. .estate be distnbu.ed to hi wif.

full retreat at the barginning table I
snt" r.nroi t,

complete union surrender can .. "PO"ed t0 -be extreme
bring agreement before the ."on.!"'' wis fl'ed, Wednesday ir

j-act covering 325,000 workers ex
pires at midnight.
UAW President Walter R Rei-
i.f nt, 1 ..j... :
ther entered barizainins todav in
the union's effort to make con
tract gams.
Louis G. Seaton. General Mo
tors vice presideni of nennnel.'
and Earl R. Bramblett. CM m.
dustrial relations head, said re.1
peatedly Wednesday and in the
first ni?ht-time meetine Wednen-
day nightA that GM's offer of a
.wo-year contract renewal is a fi final
nal final one..
In the past week, Reuther and
the UAWy have jettisoned profit
sharing and othe- demands bv the
dozen. But Reuther has declared
the union will "never"-sign the
industry offer of two-year contract
renewals.
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He said the union must have
better .unemnloyment benefits,
pensions and job security to ?olve
be "bas'C humn nroblems of rho
jobless, he retired and workers
ntsplar I by the .closing of
plants." ; x
At Ford, where 125.000 wrs
are involved and at Chrysler. w:th
75,000 workerc, there were the
same big gaps in the bareainin?:
'Ut Ford and Thrvslpr rnntradi
rwiin me uaw run untu midnight
aunuay.
General Motors, if there is no
seiuemenr. win start ; running
oianis wimout a contracr today
The first test will eome at nlants
in Alanta and other southern
states which do not observe Me.
morial Day. ,. :
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Ronald CclrriCn

! Leaves Wealth To
Wife And Daughter
SANTA BARBARA,. Calif. (UPl)
Actor Ronald Colman's will to-
Btn.lta- a"d tighter Juliet, 17.
1 e will of the Bntish-born.1

probate cour Relatives and en en-ployes
ployes en-ployes were left a total of $32,590. W

, ,L0!man. wnose stage, movie and -a
television career st)annd, m-.
J"i. niea oi a virus lung miec'
tion May 19 in a local hospital, i.:
The handsome,- debonair star
was 67. ;
Jerry Lea Lewis
Ready To Mzrry

MEMPHIS, Tenn. yPD-Rockl
and roll singer Jerry Lee Lewi"'

today stood ready to remarry hil

13-year old bride. VIM times if-,

necessary" to erase any doubts.
of the union s legali.y. 1 i
The marriage, five months be-"
fore the divorce from his second1.?
wife became final, caused

storm of criticism when Lewis rt-
vealed it in London., : r
The 22 V. year old Lewis cut'I
short his English tour and flevr
home from LmHnt Wedntsny
with his diminutive brunette wife
Myra, to ''gei this mess str4igliUM
ened out." ; r :., (,
Iwis said he planned to confer, t
with his lawyers today in an el-"
fort to set- his v marital stilus
cleared up
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A crowd of newsmen rand phdJl
tographers met Lewis when -his V
plane touched .down here.'"
"I didn't leave England because
I had to," Lewis maintained. "V
wnated to 'come back wl,
straighten out things here., I iu v
couldnt to on." " -,
He said reporls hat.he -was;,
asked to move out of.hii Lpndcifc
hotel and hf fs booed him
"ju?t weren't, true."'-
"Is it true ..that., you and your
wife are expecting a baby, 'Mli,
was- asked. ,' -'
"No, it is not. true, she js upKJ
expecting," J.ewis replied,
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: Hr. and iirs. William A. Mid

ler of .1601, tteever,. Arlington,
Texa, have announced the birth
nf rfauphter. Beverly Jean on

tw c Mr Muller was born in

- Cameron, Texas but attended the
Canal Zone Junior College. Air.
Wulier is native of the Zone and
attended Canal Zone schoojs. He
- i a fnrmpr emDlove of the

l division in Balboa. Mrs.

Jack -A. Muller of Alburquerque,

N. M. is the paterpai granamoai
tr.
Fort Culkk NCO W'ivm ; '

The Ft. Gulick NCO Wives club

held there regular monthly couet
today jn the ballroom of the Ft
r?utr urn nncn Mps. The high

light of the event was the mst
vowing of the Clubss book of ev events
ents events which was enjoyed by all the
members. Mrs. Nora Perry, the

, club president, acted as nosieafc.
Thnca nracont upr MeSQadKS

Aurirv Barsl. Nancy Williams

Kate Kilttp Sylvia Brittle, Pbillis
Cajrdwell, Hescer Hartly, Isabel
Santos, Gilberta Brown, Rita Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, Louise Wilson, Flo Heniung,

Marty Saunders, jseuy
Dotty Foster. Florence La tha man,
arid "Vivian Ralph . ;
; Miss Ann Garrett1 .V v-tV
Will Spend Summer Here
'v Mt.. Martpinn Ann Garrett,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank

E. i)ay or Ancon, wiu ibiu
the lathmrn by plane on'1 Sunday
morning to spend the summer
with her parents after having com completed
pleted completed her sophomore year .at Tex Texas
as Texas Christian University in Fort
Worth, Texas, and serving as
Irenes Prpsirtent of i the Alpha

G4mma DeltaSorority during the
past year. ''-

Meetings
JAyVC Hospitality Committee
The Hospitality- Committee' of
the Inter-American Women's Club
will hold a meeting Tuesday at
10 :m. in the Tivoli Guest House.

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3 U.S. Airmen

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From E. Germany
WIEFNADEN. Germany fUPPi

The U. S.. Air Force said to

day the Communists had released

three American a'rmen who

crossed the Iron CV f "tin frontier

last week. All three were in good

pnysicai condition.

The Airmen- were identified as

Ernes': Mvhes, Gfrretts' Bend, W.

Va.j David. Bernhardt,; De Soto,
Mo.,; and Lyle Burke. Watertown,
S.D- The three wandered ; across

the border-, into East Germanv

nearvthft, Weft' German town of

Hnf Mav 2Q.

;The Air Force said the three

were handed over Wednesday

night to members of- the ;U.S.
military liaison mission, in East
Berlin, -
The airmen were attached to
an air force aircraft c e n t r o 1
squadron which mans radar and
radio posts along the border. All

Americans have been warned
against apnroachin" tno rinse to

the .frontier. -. ,, J

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papular with most top tournament
payers. Normally the bid is made
to! show a hand with & good six.
c$4 suit that is just .below an o o-pening
pening o-pening bid in highcard strength.

lus a classic example of a weaK

io bid is six spades to the king.

ileen-ten and a side ace.

Vest's two-heart bid with to-

'g hand is not recommended.

It is lar too weak. When used in

a J recent duplicate it almost
werked. North passed and East
raised to three -but .South refused
to; be shut ouL He doubled.
North bid four hearts. He
thbught there might be slam.
South'-didn't like anything .but
couldn't pass. .He finally bid four
p5aes'on"his three-card suit.
West opened the king of hearts.
South won with dummy's ace and
led a spade, -East played low and
South was delighted to find that
his ten 'held the trick. South shot
back; the jack of hearts, and West
spades and king of clubs. West let
a low: club. Dummy .played the
queen, and South won East's king
with the ace. South laid down the
ac of spades and when both op.
ponents : followed he decided to
play safe for his contract by sim.
ply running diamonds. He could
have made, five odd by leading i
- third spade but if East had shown
up with four trumps South would
have been set badly. -'
, It turned out that South's judge judgement
ment judgement was as good as his bidding
had been lucky. At all other tables
West passed originally and North
and South played the hand at no.
trump, making three or in diam diam-ends
ends diam-ends making five. T
. The plus 620 for four spades was
a top score.,

,Q The bidding has beeni
North East Soath West
P 14 Pas
2N.T. rPass
You, South, 'hold; '
AKI(S VA4J 4IT 4115
what do you do?
A Eid thr ...tMiM. m,.

, UWV
is no Naua d hmj j

and with 11 point your hand it
not atronc enotich u inviU &

siaat. o

TODAY'S QUESTION
' The bidding is the, same as in
the question just answered.
1 You, South, hold:
AAKJS5 VK4 OQ7I Allii

, What do you do now after your
4,rtner two no-trump rebid?
L; Answer Tomorrow

All members are urged to attend.
WIZO T And Card Parry

The Women's International Zioi Zioi-ist
ist Zioi-ist Organization of -Colon and
Panama will hold tea and card

party for the bene.ic of the Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma Red Cross on June 10 at 3
p.m. at the Union Club in Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. The First Lady of Panama
and president of the Red Cross
will be the honored, guests. Admis

sion, will be $1.00 and all interest

ed ladies have been extended an
invitation to attend. ',...

Aden Sheik Plans
Abdication As Move
To Create A State
ADEN, Aden Protectorate
(UPI)-Trie sultan of Lahej. the
principal commercial center in
the interior of Aden, is consider

ing plans to abdicate in a move

to create a, new South Arabian
state within the United Arab Re Republic,
public, Republic, British sources said
today. v.,;v. a?-;
It was understood Sir AH Bin

Abdul Karim, 34, probably would
call his abdication a protest over
a recent "invasion" of his sheikh sheikhdom
dom sheikhdom by a British military expedi.
tion to arrest the three Jifri broth brothers,
ers, brothers, .friends and advisers' of. the
sultan. ; -. V'-., v:

Abdul Karim; who has been in

London since the, British troops

moved into nis territory, was not
available for comment.

Iut!i lll'diel SajS.

Not long ago this column pub published
lished published a letter torn a .iather who
was worried about giving in 'mar 'marriage
riage 'marriage a daughter who knew abso absolutely
lutely absolutely nothing about the art of
home making. ; 1
Here's a letter from a young
wife that should prove reassur reassur-ing
ing reassur-ing to the worried parent:
"As jone whose parents had mis
givings about my ability- to make
a home, I'd like to defend myself
and in so doing defend the pros-"
pective brides' of the future- who
have had no training in homemak homemak-ing
ing homemak-ing skills. ?, -f. ;. j, -l
"Before marriage, I must admit
I had little interest in keeping my(
room neat, taking care of my
clothes and other personal posses
sions, or helping out in any way
with general household chores.
"My disinterest stemmed from
the fact that my mother was wil
ling to 'sweep up after me for
the sake of peace and cleanliness
i "After "marriage I received a
very rude and sharp awakening
My husband demanded his dinners
well-cooked and on time, his
clothing cared for and his home
kept bright, clean and cheerufl.
"It was a struggle the first few
months, for I had to learn every
thing through trial and error. But
once I saw that housework wasn't
just a series of chores, but a job
just like any other job, I begaa
to fake pride in running my. house
instead of letting it run rat.: 1
- "Managing money was ajso diffi difficult
cult difficult for, me. For at home though
I had aft' allowance,-1 was never
forced to make it do. Having to
live on a fixed income soon taught
me ; the necessity .for ; weighing
wants against each other and for
being able to separate necessities
from luxuries. : ,,,,
'My great pride now is' that
my parents can visit my home
and marvel at my being such a
good manager."
This letter was meant ..to be a

comtort to parents, But it could

also serve as a warning to young

uusonaus. i.
If Vou want a Tvife who is i
good' homeraaker and a food man

ager.-let iher, know what you ex

pect, u you set your standards
high, what she Hoesn't know, she

pan learn., t

English Hunter
Shot In Arm
By Dying Fox
TRURO, England (UPI) A
dying fox shot and wounded a

hunier in. a freak incident near

here yesterday.- .--'. :

The hunter, Michael Sara, 20,
seriously wounded the fox with a
blast from his double-barreled
shotgun. When the fox took ref

uge in a hole, Sara, thrust the

butt of the .shotgun 'in after ; it.
- The gun was fired, peppering
Sara's .arm with shot., i
Sara staggered across the fields
.and collaDsed at the feet of a
farmer. The farmer followed the

bloody trail back to the hole and
pulled out the gun.
The paw of the dead K fox was

nooKed around the trigger., ;

Reds Undermining
Korea Armistice
Says U.N. Leader

' PANMUNJOM; Korea (UPI-

The United Nations command on

yesterday told the Communists

vney were undermining the Ko Korean
rean Korean Armistice by making false
charges afeainst the U.N. 4 -U.
S. Army Col. Frank F. Carr,

m xamna, Ma., made the 'state 'state-nent
nent 'state-nent at a meeting of the joint
'J.N.-Communist Military Armi
'.ice Commission Secretariat in

the ioint secunty area here.
"Your repeated attempts

fabricating false charges against

our side is undermining the dit
nity and purpose of .. the arrms
tice," Carr said, f s

Jle denied the. latest Red charge
fhat a TJ.N. spy- had been cap captured
tured captured in the Korean demilitarized

zone May ,20 by North Korean

civil police. ; v

Colored coal v

, ESSEN, Germany (UPI-The

saymg., "hiack as coal";, mav be

on its way out in West Germanv.

New cplored coal went on sale

today. The fuel how comes in

green, red. silver and sold. Coal

experts claimed- it has much less

dust that regular coal and costs

no m,ore.J. 1

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here as the bicycle riding am ambassador,
bassador, ambassador, is now the flvinc am.

bassador : .also." Peterson "Tuesday
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ble available for the The atres Guild's pro production,
duction, production, "Time Limit," which is
scheduled to run through tomor

row night at the Guild Playhouse

in Ancon, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement by the Guild. t ,,
The play, written by Henrv

Denker-and Ralph Berkey, deals

wnn American prisoners or war
who went over to the enemy alt alter
er alter long periods of torture in a
prison camp. Directed by Lt. John
Zachary, it is beinc presented
here by the Theatre Guild follow,
ing a successful run on Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway.
Co-starred in the lead roles are
Roy Glickenhaus, and Charles
Walsh. Others in the cast tre
Richard NordquisV: Hal Good Good-nou?h,
nou?h, Good-nou?h, Linda Geyerv" James Mat Mat-tinly
tinly Mat-tinly and Shirley. Ann Me'tT.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN nCDEPrXDrXT DAILY NUT:: UTS
Fcr Seven Meiers
GLASGOW, Scotland (UP) A
jury today convicted Peter
Manuel, New York-born ScOiS
c..r i2;Uer, of murdering seven
persons.
'e was sentenced to die on the
gallows June 19.
je 31 year old Manuel was
found guilty' of seven of eight
mun cr c'.iHrse1! by unanimous
decision of the jury By court or-
i nv. us was acquitted on lire
charge, of murdering Anne Kne

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t TOP SENIORS (left to right) Top row: "Alfred Chan," Jr;, 1;
vJbwi' Carol Lev, fi; Clovia Bracklnsfc 6; .Steftl Beck, 6; Marie

Mandy Donohue, 10.

i7 dp CHS Seniors rAWndW.Goocf 'Records

Th ii ton genlora"' Braduatlng,
With the ClaSS OI VIM OI Vrisiuuat
ko hoM this Dosition
freshman year.Alfred is a mem member
ber member of the National Honor Society
i nd will speak at commencement
Exercises on 'The School." He. Is
taenior class treasurer., Alfredis a
I member of the Torrid Zone W
lard, a scfence honor society, the
iQuilf and Scroll, and the "21", Club
I Ha was the school photographer
ifor the yearbook this year. Alfred
is a member of the band and or orchestra
chestra orchestra and was a Homeroom Al Alternate
ternate Alternate for two years. He haa been
active in sports during high school
and jn class activities. Alfred was
lected as "Most Intellectual" for
tha.1958 Hall of Fame.
1 Ellen Fusselman js si:ond in her
! class as they graduate.- She was
! recently initiated into the National
i Honor Society, and is very active
i in school. Ellen has been a mem
ber of the Caribe uud since ner
Freshman year and is now itsTre itsTre-iHnt.
iHnt. itsTre-iHnt. She is a member of .the
Torrid Zone Wizards; the Quill and
Scroll, a national honor society in
Journalism; and the Nurses Aide
Club. Last year Ellen was a mem member
ber member of the Athletic and Student
Councils. She has been active in
all class activities dances and as as-mhlies
mhlies as-mhlies and intramural sports.
Her fellow classmates elected her
as the 'Most Intellectual" Eirl in
I the senior class for the 1958 Hall
i of Fame.
i Clnvif Brackins ranks sixth in
I the' class. Active in sports, he ha
been on the footbau team ior tne
last two years, the junior varsity
i basketball team as a sopnomore
and junior, and has played intra
dural basketball and soccer fori
Hour years. He was also on the
track team lor three years, cio-
yis is an active member of the
'91 rinh ihb TnrriH 7nn W17.
lards, and the Glee Club. He has
always been a particpant in class
activities.
. .Steffi Beck, president of the Stu Student's
dent's Student's Association, is in Honor So Society
ciety Society member of which she is se-jcretary-treasurer
- this year. Her
grade point average places her
(class also. She was secretary-trea-isurer
of the Freshman class, vice-
Jiresident of the Students Associat Association
ion Association in her Junior Year, csn
l the cheerleadlng quad, ROTC
Sponsor, and Football Queen. She
Js a member of the Dramatics
:ius, Caribe Club,. Torriad Zone
Vizards, Thespians, and the Girls
Athletic ossoctation; Steffi was
Vraotain of the "B" Lea aue vol lev-
- tall and basketball teams. While
ttendm? Gins State.' Steffi be became
came became State Judge and wa vnted
t'MisS CHS" for the 1958 Hpll of
I Marie Bleakley Marie's averaa
maltes her rank e'tH in .'"g
Jnf '58. She is president of the Na National
tional National Honor Socle" nd win -f)pv
en "The Responsible dult" at
.. commencement Marl' is at wp.
sit nresident of the Senior CU.
JH r.rji. Athletic Association, and
ri Thesniam,, 5"a is a membw

Hiph School naVo maue ctuiu VUUIilji. nunc uaa ucvu i pciuvi jcn nwiu to mvuiww
S VIph thev cati proud:. particippant in sports and cap-; the '21" Cub 'and is now secre secre-7.VP.J
7.VP.J secre-7.VP.J ZL.t t, ..e. tha hnnnr tainpH thp vnllpvhall team to the tarv-treasurer of that club. He is

if eraduatinfi first'ln his class. He championship this year. J She has a homeroom alternate, and is a

' th Caribe Club, the Torrldr Bisho Martin O'COnhor,' rector
7n! Wizards and the Dramatics,of North Am-rican College, stood
'''. TTne v-i r'-.?? prp-'-'ent bnfore 1'te Hhr to eciebra's the

j i- year ana vice-president of tbeJMass. He was assisted by four

freshman class. Ai a' sophorriore,.

sub w b jucuiuci ui mc oiuucui
Marie was voted as the girl 'Most
Likely to Succeed" in the senior
class for the 1358 Hall ot f ame.
Virginia Kleefkens, will gridu gridu-ate
ate gridu-ate ninth in the class of '58.".Gin '58.".Gin-ny"
ny" '58.".Gin-ny" is a homeroom representative
of the Student Council this year.
and is secretary of the : Torrid
Zone Wizards. She is also" a mem
ber of the Quill and Scroll of CHS.
umny was JamDoree yuecn ior
CHS and is battalion spornor in
the ROTC. She. too.has been ac
tive in all class projects and wis
elected as the "Bet Dressed" girl
in the 1958 Hall of Fame.
Mandy Donohue Mandy Is tenth
in her class. She, has participated,
in volleyball, basketball, and soft soft-ball
ball soft-ball intramurals. She was .vice-
president of the Sophomore Class,
treasurer "of the Junior class and
is now treasurer of the Students
Association. Mandy is a member
of the National Honor Society, Grill
Athletic Association, Torrid Zone
Wizards,, Dramatics Club, a mem-

n '. II I K M I Nil I1HKI1 NUI.IVK III i:iHn UI1IICLLO. 'I I ItTII 1 1JC1 UL UlClJU.Va b V. VlUWt

ber jof the Homecoming Court andiyepr. He hai beerf active in sports

the cheerleadlng squad. Mandy
has also Darncipated n the Dra Drama
ma Drama Festival, class dances and
assemblies. nd att"""-' C"r'vii"'n
Girls State this year as counsel-
lor. '
Acao Chong ha a grade point
...klnt. kl ,A4-U
'"?' F"'- iimh ic.im
in his class also. Aco has bon

active in basketball, being on the'195S Hall of Fame.

Body Of Cardinal Stritch
Flown For Chicago, Buria

ROME (UPI)-A solemn ; Re-
4uiem Mass was sung for Sam
uel Cardinal Stritch yesterday in
centuries-old St. IanatitfS' Church.
The body of the American-born
prelate then was flown home for
burial m Chicago,) : ; ; w
The lamed Sisnne Claoel Choir,
personal choir of Fo- Pius XII,
began ,. the Mass for f Cardinal
Stritch whti arrived herev little
more than a month ao to as assume
sume assume the : highest Vatican post
ever awarded to an American American-born
born American-born prelate. i
Fifteen Cardinals. It h Vaticcn
officials and diplomats, arch archbishops
bishops archbishops and bishops, young Amer American
ican American priests ,1 and senfmariar.s
were among some 2,500 persons
who -crowded into the church.
Of si t'-e chnrcfi stood an
honor gilartf of all units of the
ttmiti forces asifinel by Presi President
dent President G'ovnni Gronchi nf I aly
The cardln?!' body lay on a
"oK'-ovf-'i h'. To f'e left of
the bier w"re Jlsgr., Janis TlarfTi-
man. the i' rl'te's secretary, and
other -American churchmen.

Ellen Fusselman, 2; Wendy Cotton, 3; Ronald Chin, 3; second
pieakley, ?; Jhird. row; Qinny KleefkenA, 9; Acao Chong,' 10;

I!
junior varsity for two years, and
was a football manager during his i
Athletic Council and Glee Club.
Acao has also participated in
cer, softball, and basketball intra-,
murals,
Wendy Cotton has the honor of
graduating third in her class. Wen
dy is vice-president of the Girls
AthleMc Association and is a mom
ber of the National Honor Society.
Wendy is alaso a member of the
Quill and. Scroll, football Queen's
court, Student Council, orchestra
and band. She is secretary of the
Students Association this year and
was class president during her so so-nhomore
nhomore so-nhomore year. Wendy has excel excellent
lent excellent in all snorts; being on All
stars for four years, and was cap-
tain of basketball all stars for two
vears Wendy's Classmates, in re
cognition of ber- superior sports
abilities, hava voter her "Most A A-thletlc"
thletlc" A-thletlc" for the 1958 Hall of Jame
..Ronald Chin ranki third in the
senior class. He is a member of
the National Honor Society. Ronie
attended Boys State in his Junior
durinff blah School. Dlavine intra
mural soccer, softball. and bapket-
ball and varsity baskebU. He is
a member Of the Torrid Zone Wiz
je, Ronnie hs been p member
f j the orchestra and Glee Club
I for Hwo ycr. Romi was elected
' tU. fn.f T ,lrl.. n C..
a 'Miy o'"'
ceed" in the senior class for the
Chicago Archdiocese Seminarians
As the funeral bell of St. Ig.
"tious tolled, Eugene Cardinal
Tisseraftt, dean of the Sacred
''ollege of Cardinals,; walked into
the nave to sit directly beforeths
bier. He was assisted by the Rev,
Edward Egan. of Oak-Park. HI;.
pnd seminarian weter Zavaodow-
sky,. of Cicero, 111.
At Ciamoino Airport, the can
ket. containing-the cardinal's body
wis placed p-.'nard a TransWorW
Airlines plane while an honor
guard:1 of 50 Italian servicemen
saluted. The party accompanying
tne body "home included the car cardinal's
dinal's cardinal's secretary, his nephews
Robert E met Stritch Jr.,, jnd
the Rev. Howard Stritch and his
Chicago physician, Dr. Ralph Ber Bergen.,
gen., Bergen.,
The plane will arrive Friday In
Chicago-'- at 9:14 a.m. e.d.t. ;
-Cardinal Stritch' was to have
taken over the post of Pro-Prefect
t ",'-.eSicrc'T Conreationtor
Projigation of the Faith. A cir.
dilatory nilment forced i a mputa
tion of his tight' arm three days
xfler his arrival in Rome. He suf suffered
fered suffered a stroke May 19 and died

las. v Tuesday,

i. Carole -Lew, an Honor Society

student has a grade point average
which places ner filth in ner Class.
C;role has been a band member
for two years and an orchestra
memoer ior four years. Carole
has also been on basketball and
volleyball all stars for two conse-

soc-fcutives years, ana is a; memoer
of the Girls Athletic Asssociation,

lumu one-wizuras. ana iwse
Aide. She was treasurer of the
Caribe. Club in her ; Junior vVear,

and' is now secretary of that clubrthi

Carole has also been : active r in
class committees and dances
Total Of 54
To Get Diplomas
At the annual commencement
exercises on Monday at 8 p.m. the
Cristobal High School in the High'
School auditorium 54 merrf)ers of
graduating class will receive their
diplomas.
In addition to the 11 honor gra graduates,
duates, graduates, these are the students who
have achieved a scholastic aver
age of at least a "B' 1
GIRLS: Grace -Adele Argo. Janet
Marie Argue, Vanessa IBazan, Lin Linda
da Linda I. Cavender, Joan Patricia Cof Cof-fey;
fey; Cof-fey; Mary Michael Coffey, Linda J
Cunningham, Juha Isabel Fernan Fernandez
dez Fernandez Torres.. Loretta Anne Hirschf
eld, Sandra Jacklyn Jones, Rosa-
iJU Ant. rll
e""VA,1 A.. ".r,. :
liJ2.i s?., a ITul
JTVnilllf ill, Dill a 17ftlLI
Vina s.
BOYS:,- Michael L, An.germuller.
Howdy Cnits Bailey. lister An
thony Bailey, Frsdrick J. Bath,
wayne, i:.; math, Arnolflo Pertnn Pertnn-cini
cini Pertnn-cini Brooks. James A. Brooks, Jr.
:iaude E, K. Cabanlllus. Charles
Edward DeTore, William Paul Fus
tfelirlan, William H; Gibson, Julian
Benson Hall, Jr., Roy Louis Hern,
Jr., Herman Harry Keepers, Jr.,
George V; Kirkland. Jr.. William
Charles Lawrace, Jon Peter Mc.
Graw, James L. Mnrrav, John
Burton Nelson. Eddie Edwin Pa Pa-bon,
bon, Pa-bon, Richard Noble PhiMipj, Cla.
rence Edward Rienks.' Cnnrtanti-
no 'A.f Rusodimos, Wendell David
Sasso, Lance Ieroy Terrell, John
Alvin wuiougnpy,

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SIDESADDLE Actress Ingrid
Bergman' rides a d o n k e
through a "Chinese village m
Boreham Wood, England. The
"town" was built ior Miss Berg-
"man's newest movie, "The Inn
of Sixth Hagpiness."
America's Foreign
Policy Criticized
By Presbyterians
PITTSBURGH (UPI)-Presby
terian leaders said today that
America has been guilty of 'hy).
pocnsy";,in its toreign poucy.
Thev warned that God may use
iommunisc nussia as annna.rn'
ment to' ''chastise America un
less this .."nominally Christian"
nation starts practicing the reli
gious principles it professes.
These stern strictures were con contained
tained contained in a 2.500 word, message
addressed to all congregations of
the United Presbyterian Church
in the U.S.A., a new three-mil.
lion-member denomination estab
lished: here i Wednesday" by the
merger of two Presbyterian bod'
ies. It1s members include Presl
dent Elsenhower, and- Secretary, of
Mate. John r oster, Dulles.
The message was drafted by the
denomination's policy-making Gen
eral Council. It. was presented ior
formal adoption ; today by. 1,200
voiing commissioners of the- Gen
eral Assembly
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"While some nations i are great
sinners than others, there' is
NO righteous nation upon earth
"We Americans are in danger
of rejecting the heritage whwh
made us what we are. As a peo people"
ple" people" We are becoming less inter interested
ested interested in righteousness than in. na national
tional national security and international
superiority. Relations between us
and other peoples are NO longer
primarily determined by moral
manciples or bv ronsiderations of
human need. Self-interest is be
coming the great absolu'e." v
Presiding at todaW assembly
sess'on was the Rev,. Theophilus
M. Taylor, who was elected unan unanimously
imously unanimously -late, Wednesday) as Hhe
first moderator .of the united
church. Tavlor. 49. is n professor
at PiKsburgh-Xenia : Theological
seminary.
CHAMPAGNE ACT-Heads-up
skill is called for in this dari
ing balancing. ac contrived by
the-Imperio brothers 1rr Nuern
berg, Germany. They practiced
for more than a year to get their
champagne' bottles to stand firm
during the precarious perching.

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Manuel, short and swarthy, sat
in nilenca while the verdicts

which condemned him to dea'h
v tie s read. But his face was
flushed and a muscle In his -lips
r chc He licked his lips again
and again.
'ihe jury found Manuel guilty
of themutder$ of : Mrs.. Marion
Wat!: her daughter, Vivienne 16,
and her sister, Margaret brown;
Isabella Cooke. 17: .and Peter
Smarts his-wife Doris,, and their;
10-year-old son Michael.
. The trial opened May 12. The
jury took just 2 hours and Tl
minutes to reach its verdict.
Manuel also was convicted of
several charges of housebreaking
tin thefts In connection with the
killings and on other occasions.
The trial was regarded : as
uniqu in Scottish criminal history
because of the number of simul simultaneous
taneous simultaneous murder charges and be because
cause because of the dramaac dismissal
last week of his defense attorneys
br iel. ;
Manuel conducted his defense
wilh what the judge, Lord Cam Cameron,
eron, Cameron, described as "remarkable"
skill. Manuel had pleaded inno innocent.
cent. innocent. ..
Manuel was born in New York
in 1927 but was brought to Scot
land by his parents four years
later."
n Ccunly ;
Segregationists Try
To Close Schools
ARLINGTON, Va. (UPI) A
tfrouo of Arlineton County segre.
cationists. in a last-aitcn name
against integration of their
schools, came up with an integra integration
tion integration jjlan of their own today wlch
the avowed purpose of closing Ne
gro schools.
in a "tit lor -tat",, proposition
announced Wednesday night, the
Arlington chapter of tne uetena-
ers Of State Sovereignty and In.:
dividual Liberties said it would
try to close "one Negro school 'or
every white school" under a state
law that would close any school
in which the races were mixed. mixed.-Jack
Jack mixed.-Jack Rathbone, executive sec secretary
retary secretary of the group, announced
ihe plan within hours after school
officials said seven more Negro
students had applied for Septem September
ber September admission to white schools in
the Wsshington suburban county.
I raL court had already or or-t1'
t1' or-t1' f the county to admit seven
t Ne?ro .uf'ents to white
schools in September.,
If Negroes were admitted to
white schools under the court or
der, tho?e schools would close au.
tomatlcailv under state law. inc
gro schools in -the ."county would
remain open under the law. how
ever sinee they would remain
, The law was passed by the Gen
eral Assembly in 1956 to guaran
tee continued public scnool segre
eation in the state. -'
Rathbone said members of the
chanter, numbering 1.2000. would
have their own children apply for.
entrance to the Negro schools.
Enough parents had volunteered
to aoolv for their children, he
said, "to close as many schools
as they (Negroes) do."
House Investigation
Reveals AlScmpI AI
Political Bribery
. WASHINGTON ( UPI) Ren.
Oren Harris. (D-Ark.) said today
his House Investigating Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee has uncovered a, battcni
of attempted political interference
with the Federal Communications
Commission..
"Tin type of thing has showed
up repeatedly so ifar in one form
or another," Be told u n 1 1 e d
Press International "There will be
more of the-sarr.r As we eo-alone
wi h thev investigation."-
i Harris statement followed a
day-long hearing in which the
subcommittee v traced -intricacies
of the Springfield, 111.,' Channel
Two fight to the prison cell of
former Illinois State Auditor Or.
ville E. Hodge.
Hodge. imprisoned for embez
zling mora than one million dol
lars in state funds, had previously
told the Subcommittee in a state statement
ment statement made at Illinois State Peni Penitentiary
tentiary Penitentiary that ha tried to enlist the
aid of high ranking Republicans
in an effort to help his friends,
the Cohen family, jn the Channel
The Cohens the brothers Her Herman
man Herman and Louis and Louis' son,
Richard had an interest in see see-ing
ing see-ing that WMAY-TV: Inc., obtained
Channel Two. "However, an FCC
ipxaminer had recommended that
the channel go to the Sangamon
Valkv Television ,Comnany.
i Hodge Said he asked Se,n. Ev Ev-eret.
eret. Ev-eret. M. Dirksen (R-Ill.), House
GOP whip Leslie C, Arends (111.),
Rep. Sid SirVson (R-Ill.) and
"possibly" former Republican Na
tional Chairman Leonard W. Hall
to try fo sway the FCC in favor
of WMAY-TV.
CUTS CHEMICAL PRICE
- ROCHESTER, -N.Yr-iCPI)
Eastman Kodak Co. announced
Wednesday its chemical products
subsidiary is cutting by 8 to 10
cents a pound the price on two
tortus ot Jow-denxuy polyethylene
resin.

u..LilLING POSITION -r-' Being shown the different firing T
.positions, by. Navy Instructor (L), Walter Levicki before going
on the firing; range with the M-l rifle, is James L. Dora.r, son 7
of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Doran of Diablo Heights, Canal Zone.
He is now undergoing recruit training at the U.5. Naval".
' Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois.

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R5CENTLY PROMOTED Capt.' Rupert E. OdornJ Instructor
at the Jungle Warfare Training Center, Fort Sherman, poses
with his Battle Group Commander, col.. Robert W. Garrett.
Odom, a native of Bradenton, Fla., entered the Army In August
of 1946, has been in the Canal Zone 'for almost a1 year He
v resides at Fort Davis.- (U,S. Army photo by Sp3 Joe Tomko)

Georgia University Students';
Panty Raid Really Was A Riot

ATHENS. Ga, (UPI). University
of Georgia students yesterday
night staged their second panty
ram m as many days, and it
turned into a' full-scale riot when
police tried to.-, break it up.
The mob Of about 600 male stu students
dents students blocked a camphs street by
opening a fire hydrant and throw throwing
ing throwing logs into the street, then pelt pelted
ed pelted passing cars with sticks, rocks,
bottles and eggs. Some pedestrians!
were; cursed and stoned, v police
said.
, Several cars were damaged but
no i serious iniuries were reported.
Police finally regained control
over the rowdy erouo shortly be.
fore "midnight and the campus
grew ouiet. Officers declined to
say. whether any :h students had
been arrested. The incident began
early in the evening when a
crowd of students gathered in
front of a dormitory housing
about 450 coeds. Police and about
30 college officials blocked entry.
but the boys kept shouting : and

Democrats Expected To Open Drive
r To Up Social Security Benefits

? WASHINGTON (UPI) House
Democratic leaders are e'.pecttd
to open a drive soon to boost
monthly payments- to tne 11 mil million
lion million persons now drawing Social
Security benefits, k was learned
today.- ,,
.Any Increase in benefits, which
now. "range from $30 to $108.50 a
month, almost certainly would be
accompanied by a boost in the
payroll taxes,. on employers and
employes covered by the pro program.
gram. program.
1 .The proposed legislatio n also
may call 'for increased benefits
for the needy on s:ate puouc as assistance
sistance assistance rolls. 7
At present the Social Security
taxi amounts to 4"i per cent on
... ...... a. ... .
me iirsi i,uu oi-i wage earn
er 4 salary with the employer aim
employe sharing the cost.
However, there nas ncen some
speculation that Congress might
forego an increase in the tax rate
if benefits go up.-' Instead, it
might raise from $4,200 to .about
$4,800 the part of a wage earn
ers salary which would be sub-
ject to the levy.."' .-
The Democratic controlled
House -Ways and Means Commit
tee where tne legislation must, or or-iginate
iginate or-iginate will schedule public hear hearings
ings hearings soon on proposals to liberal liberalize
ize liberalize Social Security benefits.'- In Informed
formed Informed sources said chances were
good ithat Democratic leaders
would try to push the legislation
to passage at this session.
The Senate showed late Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday that there was strong senti
ment in Congress for liberalizing
benefits this year. It defeated by
a 40 to 40 tie vote a proposal to
beef, up payments for the needy
aged and the needly blind.
The defeated proposal was of-
fored by Sen. Russell B. ,Long
(D-La.) as an amendment to aa'

f in i h f
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shoving and refused to disperse,"
Police lobbed a tear gas bomb
into the crowd. The students r.
treated about a block, opened t)i
nyorant and began demonstrating.
Earlier Wednesday, four
oents had been suspended Idr
taking part in a smaller and
quieter panty raid Tuesday nigtfj, ?
Rumors of the new sortie had eir-
cuiaieo aunng tne day.v
A water battle also broke out
Wednesday among several of the
Lfratcr-ities.
, A Companion : : raid ;; itf: Atlanta',
fizzledi out because officials ef
Agnes Scott College' for 'Wonv&
cut dii aiivMni'H i n irnm ianirr
Tech's Interfraternity Council..
When a band of 200 Tech stn stn-donts
donts stn-donts arrived, dormitories hous housing
ing housing the 545 women on the Agnps
Scott c a m n u s in. Decatur wefe
locked up tight 'and Decatur and
camnus police were standing
guard.
After milling about for 40 mm.
utes the Tech studehts left." i
administration backed bill to ex extend
tend extend unemployment, compensation
payments. t
Several plans' for, boosting s
cial Security benefits already arfc
pending in Congress. Rep. Halo
Boggs ; (D-Ala.), a key member
of the Ways and Means Commit
tee; recently introduced a bill tio
provide 10 per cent hike in ben-,
efl.s, with a minimum increase iif
$5 a month.
Rcpt Aime J. Forand (D-R.IJ,
another committee member, -is
sponsoring a labor-backed bill to
expand the Social Security system
to : include hospitalization : bene bene-fits.
fits. bene-fits. ;
'there now are 11.327,000 per.
sons on Social Security benefit
,.ftii,
Mumbling Man
Becomes Coherent
In Ggs Chamber
PAR'CHMAN, Miss. (UP) Be Be-cause,
cause, Be-cause, he had a speech de'st, J.
C. Cameron came to be known in
his hometown of Brookhaven.
Miss as.-'Hhe mumbler."
.Police gave him'that nickname
;even ; before they knew his real
iidentiiy, A Negro man had been
!terroro-ng white women a man
;who. o nbled.
j FinaLy. Cameron, a 23.year-old
srervice station employe, was
picked 5 up and linked with Ilia
series of rsnes. He was tried on
one, of the cases and convicted.
Officers said the speech imped! imped!-ment
ment imped!-ment was very noticeable" until
Wednesday" when Cameron en entered
tered entered the state's gas chamber
here.
While he inhaled the fatal
fumes, he recited the Srd Ps;' t
clearly and unhaltin'y.



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BUILDIN3 INCREASES
"NEW YORK (UPI)-The fcrst
upturn in Homebuilding in J
months in. New York State was
Get New Chief
Maj.
Baine William Butters is -v;.; 5 t ?,u,Vr
the new chief of U.S. Army Ca
fay said 7,568 public, and r evi evidential
dential evidential buildings were started or
authorized last month, which, n
12 per tent gain over 1957.v
ribbean Special Services, succeed succeeding
ing succeeding Lt. Col. Leslie C. Wood, who
has been assigned to Fort AIc AIc-Pherson,
Pherson, AIc-Pherson, Ga.
Before arriving in this command,
Butters was special services- offi officer
cer officer at Fort Chaffee, Ark,
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Rheinrohr Phoenix-Rheinrohr A. G-, Duesseldorf,
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over IS years of age in?puia
care had their 'pocket monef
doubled to five shillings (7 J
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FAREWELL SERVICE VS. evangelist, the Rev, Harold. Skeete, receives a letter of appreciation from the Rev. W. H. Stew-'1
art of the Bethel Mission Church,, following a farewell service sponsored by the Evangelical Ministers Council last week. Pio-.'
tured above are (1. to r.)t front row, the Rev. Stewart (handing over letter) council president the Rev. J H. O'Neal, Naza Naza-rene
rene Naza-rene Christian Church; the Rev.' skeete; the. Rev. 3. N. Brown, Panama Baptist church, and the Rev. A.. A. Victor, Colon
Church of Christ.-Back row, the Revs. Louis Sealey, Cavalry Baptist; Envoy. Mosley, Salvation Anny, Paraiso; J. Johnson,
Church of God, Rio Abajo; C.i'U.' Jarvis,. Christian Mission, Panama; M, C. Skeete, Christian. Mission, Chorrillo; J. Brewr
ster, superintendent, Panama Christian Mission;- A.: A. Crooks, Gamboa Baptist, and J. A.. Trotmann, Christian Mission, Pan-,
"ama. During his visit here, the Rev. Skeete preached in Chorrillo, Gamboa, Paraiso, Rio Abajo and Panaam City and record recorded
ed recorded "147 "decisions for Christ He departed Sunday morning for the United States. Skeete's campaign was directed by the Rev.,
Brown, vice president of the Evangelical Ministers Council. .. . .' : ...:H

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Judg Tatalmanr Scout t
Shir Top Honors
Judge E.I.P. Talelman, long
time participant in Canal Zone
ncoutine. and Explorer Scout J.

A. Cunningham, shared top hon.
ors last night at the Canal Zone
council's "Court of Honor" at the
Balboa gymnasium. .'
The award of the Boy Scout
Honor Medal to Cunningham
Pnst 12. r.atun. for heroic action

1 highlighted the evening in which

six boys advanced to star ana me
and two others received Explorer
and Eag e Scout gold awards.
The Honor, Medal, presented by
council, president Brigadier Gen.
eral George F. Schalatter was
awarded bv the National Council

of the Bov Scouts of America lor

Cunningham's action at the risk

of his own lite in going w ir-:
rescue of Charles E. Hardisty,. "oil

May -13, 1956, who waded into the
spillway from Gatun Dam while

fishing and was swept on nis iees

by the current. : :; ;

In makin the presentation,

Schlatter cited Cunningham's In.

hprent braverv and auick-thinkina

and the training received by him

as a Boy Scout as the inree iacu
or that made the rescue possible.

The medal was pinned on in the

presence of Cunningham motner

and father.Mr. ana Mrs. j, a.

Cunningham of Gatun. Tuning

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A GUARD OF HONOR held at Fort Amador thls week marked the departure from the command of Ma. Gen. Thomas 5L Har
rold, US, Army Caribbean -commanding general. Harrold 'and his famUy sailed aboard the Ancon for the U.S.r where he will
take-over as commandant of the National War College, Washington, D.C. in the reviewing party for the farewell were, front
f. row, left to right," Harrold; Maj. Gen. William verbeck, commanding general, U.S. Army Element, Joint Brazll-U.S. Army Mili-
tafy Commislson; Brig! Gen. James W. Coutts, commanding general, UJ5. Army Forces Antilles and Military District of Puerto
. Rico; and. Brig." Gen. Milton L. jpgden, USARCAftlB deputy commanding general. in the rear, left to jlght, are USARCARIB
taff officers Col. William E. Eckles, comptroller; QoL A. A. Greene, chief of Military Missions Col; John R. Wright, G-2: Col,
Joseph R. Russ, chief of staff; Col. Louis D. Farns worth, Jr.,; G4; Col. Ralph A.' Jones, Jr., G-3 and Col. Walter J, Preston, Jr.
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ivfyra Nichols, Barbara 0 Neil,
Mary Ann Pennock, Leslie Rich.

1UUIIU, tJitllUJT OCUCXd, tfUl kjlll. c.
p ey, Ruth Ma eel Washabaugh

and 5andy WeigU. i
In- "Fun in the out of Doors",
field Jhe following were arded
Campcraft badges: Gayl Bruce,
Estlle Davidson, Sandy Eckhoff,
Virginia Fans; Anne Gilley, Sua.
an Mathieson-, Myra Nichols, Bar.
bara O'Neal. Mary Ann Pennock,
Leslie Richmond, Sandy Sellers,
Julia Ship'ey, and Sandy Weigle.
Outdoor Cook; Christine Bath,
Gayle Bruce, Virginia Faris, Anne
Gilley, Susan Mathieson, Myra
Nichols, Barbara O'Neal" Mary
Ann Pennock, Leslie Richmond,
Sandy Sellers, Julia Shipley. Ruth
Washabaugh and Sandy Weigle.
Cyclist: Estlle Davison, Virgin,
ia- Faris, Susan Mathieson, Myra
Nichos. Barbara O'Neal, Ruth
'Macel Washabaugh. ; i

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- Swimmer! Christine Bath, Gay Gayle
le Gayle Bruce, Sandy Eckhoff, Virgin,
ia Faris, Anne Gilley, Janet Hov.
erson, Susan Mathieson; Myra Ni Nichols.
chols. Nichols. Barbara O'Neal. Leslie

fRichmond, Sandy Sellers, Julia

Shipley, Ruth Macel Washgaugh
and Sandy Weigle.
In the "You and Your Home"
field the fol'owing badges were
awarded: '. : .,

"Homemaker; Sahdy Eckhoff.

h.m i, wi th the Canal Zone Po F irini Faris- Susan Mathieson,
ham is wth the tana J one M h sandv WaIpI

Ice Department in Cristobal

Judg Tatilman, in ncognL
tion of hit years of servico to
scouting, and on the. occasion
of his Impending doparturo
from tbs Canal Zoni, rocti vtd
from tht Council a framtd oil
painting dtpicting tht four stag,
s of boy scouting,

! In the presentation of individ.

ual awards, four oi the live scouis
who advanced to tae ranK o. Star
Scout were irom Troop 5, Balboa.

Tney were Peter- L. Uemon, wii-

liam G. Arey, III, Frederlco J.
Fernanbez ana Harry 1). i'oster,
Jr. The fifth boy who achieved hiar
rank was Kaward Dolan of Post

of Balboa. The; Star, badges

were presented by'Lt. Col. F. &.

Simmons Jr..tC6uncil members.

Cesar Nieio of rose 3 advanced

to Liie Scout, next to the highest
rank, in scouting. His badge was

preseniea Dy tan wiuea. v-iiu-
man f of the Council's ; Leadership
and Training Committee. k

An Explorer Gold Award was

then presented to Robert K. Ar.
thur of Post-5. Balboa by Carl

Widell. The: linal individual award

was presentation of an bagle
Scout Gold Palm, one of the high.

est ranks in active scouting, io,

John 0. Ames, assitant scoutmast
er of Troon 5. Balboa, by Russe.l

M. Jones, .council vicepresident.

Council scout executive uanieis

presented 'the council's Troop Ad.
vanrempnt Award tat TrooD 5 for

achieving the greatest number ot I

advancements in ranK mis year.

The award, in the form of a large,
size wooden Boy Scout emblem,
will be placed in the troop meet,
ing hall at the Cathedral of St,
Luke in Ancon. ; .-,
Girl Scout Hold
Court of Awards
Intermediate Troop 68 of Marg Marg-arlti
arlti Marg-arlti held t Court of Awardi re.
cently at the Scout Shack. The
girls used the Carnival themo for
their program,' planned their var.
ious attractions and made and
decorated their props.
A t.hw.ffiicut !rttered th build.

ingttt Ssan Mathieson and Barbara'!

O'Neal m the corner Doom oiierea
to read fortunes from a crystal
baH. In .the opposite corner Janet
Hover son and Julia Shipley en.
tertained with various, magic
tricks. Virginia Faris and Leslie
Richmond offered chiclets for tos tos-sing
sing tos-sing rings over pegs on a board.
Next to them was Christine Bath
Gaye Bruce and Anne Gilley (the
latter two, Marble Champions of
the Troop) urged all to try their
luck at tossing bean bags into a
Clowns mouth. Their prizes were
candy.
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Everyone enjoyed punch and
cookies served' at the "Sidewalk

Cafe", by. Waitresses Sandy Sel.j

lers, .Mary Ann Pennock, Ruth
Macel Washabaugh and Myra Ni.

chol( while Estlle Davison and!

Sandy Eckhoff played selections
on their accordions. Sandy Weigle
was here and there to see that
things ran smoothly. In another
corner Janet Hoverson'g mlnltat mlnltat-ure
ure mlnltat-ure -dlslpay was completa with
paper, tents and tiny pipe item
cleaner figures around a camp
fire. Sandy Weigle and Leslie
Richmond were in charge of the
ladies door prize which was a
corsagev won by 'Mrs. Davidson.
The lathers' prize was won by
Bruce Sandy Eckhoff and Gayle
Bruce' handled the drawing.
The first' award given wis .a
Second Class Rank to Julia Shi.
pltty. In the "Citizens here and
abroad"' field the following girls
received the "My Troop" badge;
Christine Bath, Gayle Bruce,
Estlle Davison, Sandy Eckhoff,
Virginia Faris, Anne Gilley, Jan

Myra Nichols, and Sandy Weigle.
Outdoor Sa efy: Sandy Eckhoff,
Susan' Mathieson, Myra Nichols,
Sandy Weigle. ; ;
Leader of the Troon W Mrs. Dor.

athy Nichols, assitant leaders are

Mrs. Ann Pennock and Mrs. Edith
Mathieson..;.''

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NEW YORK, May 30 (UPI) Look for a big
rush on baseball's trading market the next two
weeks with all clubs making their annual frantic ef effort
fort effort to cash in on that one final deal before the
"windows dose" on the June 15 deadline;

' Only the off-by-themselves Yan-i
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are of a mind, and mood to swing
a deal and that includes the
world hampioa M U w u k e e
Braves.'. ; ... ',...-.vnv"'"r;:'' ; '
Two games off the pace, as
Memorial Day dawned, the Braves
art hot after center-fielder Rich,
it Ashburn of the Phillies. 'Only
hitch ia the Phils want- both 'Joe
Adcoek and Felix Mantilla in re return.
turn. return. Philadelphia manager Mayo
Smith saya he needs a first base,
man, then adds he can us a sec.
ond baseman even more in light
of tht .recent injury, suffered by
Granny Jiamner. .. ,' ,;
Smith isn't the only National
League manager hollering help,
however i.
f; Birdi TtblMtts af tht sixth.
, place Cincinnati RtcHtgs 1 1 1 1
i claims ht doesn't have enough)
; pitching. He isn't' cry inf wolf
m either Cinccinnati pitchers hav
11 aeno tht distance only four timet
, s far thia Mason and Bob Pork.
J: f was responsible for three of
: four routt-going Jobs
If Tebbetts thinks heV got trbu.
Was, h ught to check with Walt
' Alston, 'whose Los Angeiei DotL
ger art wandering around ia the
. wllir. ; i :. -;r
As a team,' the Dodgers- also
art last in hitting with an. aneitic
.238' averaee. Remember Rube
walker, the fellow who was sup.
posed to take over Roy Campanel.
la's regular catching job? He's
rapping the ball at a tremendous
V .133 clip. John Roseboro is doing
better but the Dodgers still want
, someone of the Stan' L o p a ta
stripe behind, the plate.
And jo it goes all around the
circuit, The Cardinals are looking
around for more left-handed pitch pitching;
ing; pitching; ;tht Cubs': hitting, an early
Jtbscn, tends ;
Ten-Rounder :
Princt Johnson, a hard-hitting
Harlem featherweight, and Ro Ro-dolfo
dolfo Ro-dolfo Francis, former local 128 128-pound
pound 128-pound champion, meet Sunday
sight in a 130-pound, ten-round
feature bout at tht Olympic
. Stadium.
, Tht four-fight card will get
underway at I t'clock. ?
The visitor, who has been In
. Panama for the last two
; month will make his third lew
; cal start when he climbs into
' the ring Sunday night.
Tht 22-year-old U.S. Negro de de-cisioned
cisioned de-cisioned ex-bantamweight king
Melvin (Bournt in his first out outing
ing outing and was on the losing end of
a ten-rtungV verdict against un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Jesus Santamaria two
. weeks later.-
- i Tht Johhson-S aitamaria
match, which was k easily the
most stirring local battle of 58,
? ; saw the Colon fighter comt roar roar-V
V roar-V ing from behind to gain the de.
cision over thescrapp y State State-i
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season feature; suddenly has bog.

ged down, and tne fir axes are al
ter a starting pitcher who couia
fit in along with Bob Friend, Ron Ron-nie
nie Ron-nie Kline and Vera Law. t
Over in the American League,
the teams are even more desper-
ate to make a deal than In the Na.
tional. The Yankees' fast start, of
course, has a lot to do with the
general atmosphere or urgency on
the part of the seven other clubs.
Tht White Sox, who figured to
be tht'Yanktts chief ctmptti.
tors, have climbed a bit in tht
past few weeks but still aren't
knocking down any fences.
; Vice-President Chuck Comiskty"
say he'll trada tnt of his front.,
lint pitchers for "a real solid
hitttr."
Comiskey's definition of a
frontline pitcher is Bob Keeean."
said another American League of-
nciai, wno tried to make a deal
with the White Sox and failed.
Nevertheless, the White ,Soi
have three first basemen Ron
Jackson, Earl Torgeson, and Walt
ana at least one or mem
is a good bet to be wearine a dif.
f erent uniform by June 16.
Boston s Pitching can bestx he
described in' one word. Sad. The
'nig three' of the Red Sox pitch,
ing staff, Tom Brewer, Frank Sul
livan and Willard Nixon, have
won a total of three games.
Paul Richards of Baltimore.
wuuin Eive nis Kingdom for nne
long.ball hitter. He wouldn't have
to be great. Half-decent would do
nice y. To illustrate, Baltimore has
been shut out six times more
man any other club in the maior
As a team, the Orioles' hitting has
been for the birds. Their .237 av.
erage also is rock bottom in the
majors. ;
With Jim Htgan hitting .205
and Rod Wilson .143, Detroit is
casting around for anothtr catch
,r Washington's ntod is fwo. fwo.-fold
fold fwo.-fold only pitching and hitting.
The White' Sox" and Indians are
ready-to talk trade with the last,
place Senators but both of them
want Roy Sievers. ; J
Those telephones certainly are
going to be humming all over the
majors during the next two weeks.
Claudio Martinez,
Cumberbatch Clash
In Colon Sunday-';
Claudlt Martinet of Colon and
Byron Cumbtrbttch of Panama
will swap punches Sunday night,
in a 10-round bout at. tht Colon
Artna, tht htadlintr of a four,
match program scheduled to be begin
gin begin at 7:30.
Young Martintr 'dtcisiontd Hit
veteran Cumbtrbatch in tha
pair's only matting which took
plact over a year ago.
Both boxtrs art pantamwaights
but have signed tt fight well ov ov-tr
tr ov-tr tht 118 pound waight limit."
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EN JAUSCO

LEADING
PITCHERS

(lastd'on 75 official at bats)
National Laagut
G AB R H Pet.
36 133 20 60 .444
41 166 37 66 .398
41 161 27 56 .348
38 150 il 51 .340
37 138 24 46 .333
35 78 11 26 .333
Musial, St. Louis
Mays, San Fco.
Spencer, S. Fco.
Skinner, Pitts.
Ashburn, Phila.
Torre, MiL
Cepeda, San Fed. 41 163 35 54 .333
Crowe, Cincin. 29 93 9 30 .323
Thomas, Pitts.' 39 157 29 50 .310
Dark, Chicago ; 28 108 14 34 .315
American League
Ward, Cleveland 32 88 12 34 :386
Nieman, BalU. T 29 93 15 35 .376
Fox, Chicago 36 145 18 52 .359
McDougald, N.Y; 31 116 20 40 .345
Kuenn: Detroit 39 149 23 50 .336
Cerv, Kansas C ;32 113 .32 38 .336
Vernon, CleveL
35 93 15 31 .333
Lollar. Chicago
32 105 14 34 .324
34 122 '12 38 .311
33 124 16 38 .306
Robinson, Balti.
Runnels, Bos.
. HOME 'RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE I
Mays, Giants 1
Thomas, Pirates ; V
Cepeda, Giants
Walls, Cubs
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
- NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cerv Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Maris, Indians ,
Triandos, Orioles
Minoso, Indians
. 1 RUNS BATTED IN IN-NATIONAL
NATIONAL IN-NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas; Pirates
Spencer, Giants ?. t
Mays,' Giants s t
Cepeda, Giants ;
13
13
12
12
-11
11
12
9
7
7
' 7
37
36
34
33
32
' AMERICAN
CerV, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Gernert, Red Sox
F.T Boiling, Tigers
Minoso, Indians
LEAGUE 1
36
27
26
23
22
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based an 5 decisions)
National League W L
Pet,
Spahn, Braves 1 I'
Purkey, Redlegs S 1
Grissom, Giants J", v 4 1;
Elston. Cubs 5 2.
.875
.833
.800
.714
Fnend, Pirates ,., 7, i,
American Laagua
Turley, Yankees ? p s 7-1;-Garver.
Athletics '- 1
.700
.875'
.857
.800
'.714
.714
Sisler. Red Sox 4 1
Wynn, White Sox ''52
t ord, xanKees : .0
CF.N.Hadio-TV
Sports Schedule
Broadcasts of horse and ,:; auto
rarinv will he amona the short-
wikve radio nroerams offered
th nnrt enlhusiaSi. over CFN
during the coming jveek. fhe com-
Pieie SporiS scneuuieu luuvirir.
RADIO
Miv si. -l New York vs. Bos
ton at 1 p.m. '
June 1 Los Angeles vs. Chi Chicago
cago Chicago aft 1:30 pm. ;
June 2 Pittsburgh vs. Cincin.
nati t 1:30 p.m.
June 3 -- Philadelphia vs tht
A 4 .411 V. M.
June 4 Chicago vs. New York
at 1 p.m.
.Tun s Cleveland vs. Boston
tiif 1: tl V' .-
. June 6 Pittsburgh vs. Chica
go at 1:30 p-m-
,tnn 7 Cleveland vs. Yankees
t 1 n.m.. followed by Belmont
Stakes running at 3.50 p m.,
1 June Detroit vs. Washing
ton at 1 p.m.
TV
' May 30
May. 31
at 4 p.m.
Wrestling t 10 p.m.
Golf show (Encore)
Whatever
Happened to
'J : OSSII BLUIGI
:,- i.-Jt-i il I -'.V i- i V: 1
' Ossie ?luegt was : the .third
kumn on all three f Washmg-
tAn'.npnnaht winning teams 1
1924, 1925 and 1933. For 18 ; sea sea-sons,
sons, sea-sons, Bluege rated one of the
greates "glove men" in basebaT
for his excellent work afield but
be was no slouch as a mien
hitter, -either, uver ; ms acuve
nnn aa a olaver: he compiled an
averaee of' .212. As manager of
th Senators from' 1943-47. he was
the last to steer the lub in first
division finishes with seconds in
19 and 1945 and fourth in. 1946,
He was farm- system director for
the Senators .from 1948-56. ?
. Whatever happened to Ossie
Bluege? A graduate accountant
before 'he turned' to baseball,
Bluege, now 56, has a front' office
job as controller of tht Washing.
ton ball club,-
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SWIM MEET WINNERS ,These five flrst-place winnera of the recent Army Atlantic Swim Swim-mine
mine Swim-mine Meet display the twelve trophies they won: The aquamen will represent Army Atlantic'1
in the e'omlng Panama Area Armed Forces Swim Meet ; which will be 'held at Fort Kobbe in';
June. The aquamen, from left to right, are: Jim Clark, Paul Gallagher,. John Foster, Bob
Gould and Lee Fonolmona. The first four named are from the USARCARIB School while
Fonoimona hails from C Company., 1st Battle Group, 29th. Infantry. (U.S.. Army ,Photo)

Carta Vieja Is Seventh Team
To Enter Panama Cage; Loop

' f y .N I r"V' A
" 4-V

LITTLE LEAGUERS HONORED Team and individual trophies
to the winners of the Caribbean Command .' Canal Zone Little
League World Series were presented at ceremonies televised over

the Caribbean Forces Network. Brigadier General Paul K
Weyrauch, Caribbean Command chief of staff, made the presen

tations to the Coco Solilo Cubs, 1958 champs. Here General
Weyrauch, left, honors Luther Quinn Jr., pitcher on the winning

team, as Luthet's dad and Colonel Alvle L. McDuff look on.

Havana Emerges
Winner In Homer
Duel Willi Buiiab
NEW YORK. May SO (UPI)
Havana and Buffalo engaged in a
home run duel Thursday nignt,
each team clouting four, as the
Sugar Kings walloped the Bisons,
10.4, in an 'International League
contest. -
-The margin of victory fell to Ha.
vana because the Cubans w ere
able to pole their circuit whacks
with men pn base.- Hiram Gonza Gonza-les
les Gonza-les led the Sugar, King attack with
a pair, accounting, for four ; runs.
Saturnino Escalera' and Ultus Al.
varez each hit one,-with a man ai
board.. (4'; .nti y, ,j u.; f-: -vyy,.
fBiu"fal6's :homer parade' was -led
by Luis Ortiz who hit his 16th- and
11th, Ray Noble and pitcher Ken
Johnson taeeed One apiece.
...'Jose Santiago picked up his 3rd
win aeainst two setbacks.
In the only otHer game1 played,
Bill Causion. hit a homer- in the
ninth inning to give Columbus
4.3 victory over Toronto. The Map.
le Leafs had tied the count in the
eiahth frame with a three run
splurge. .;.
Richmond and Montreal were
rained out. While Rochester : and
Miami were not -Kcheduled,
I rODAY CANTO .35r.2C
Kirk Douglas in
TAIITS OF GLORY",
Also-;
"CHICAGO-
v CONFIDENTIAL"
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Easter s Temper
Costs Him $100
. BUFFALO. N.Y.v Mav 30 (UPI)
- Slugging Luke Easter's temper
cost mm iiuo today.
International Leaeue oresident
ranK Shaughnessv notified the
big Buffalo first-baseman by tele
gram, mat ne naa Deen lined tor
conduct "entirely unprovoked" in
last night's 6-5 loss tc Havana in
Oflermann Stadium.
Easter came to bat in the eighth
inning and pitcher Vicento Amor
let loose with a pitch that weitbe
hind Easter's back, Believi'r it
was intentional,- Easter flung his
bat at the Cuban Hurler, when the
battle was over, Easter had been
ejected from the game. v ? ;
' Shaughnessy's telegram" s a i d
that Easter should be suspended
for his action "but to do so would
penalize the Buffalo club."
' "Therefore," i said, "you are
fined $100 and a check must be in
this office or you will be meligihle
to appear witn your team on the
field."
: Three frames earlier. the Bi
son star jolted Amor for a 520 foot
home run that sailed over the cen cen-terfield
terfield cen-terfield scoreboard. Easter, tne
'only player to achieve the feat,
did it for the third time- ;
LIONS SIGN THREE
DETROIT (UPI) -The i Detroit
Lions of the National Football
League have signed Gil Mains, a
defensive end, .and Gary Lowe, a
defensive naiiback, to 1958 con con-tractsr
tractsr con-tractsr Last "ears'NFL" cham
pions also signed rookie End Har-
nA HnitHr. rtf 6,.' In.. C t . fl.nl.
i2in orait cnoice. : 1

By VICTOR GRAY

The number' of teams taking
pan in tne Vanama basketball
League, which gets underway
Saturday nignt j une 15 has been
increased to seven witn tne ? ac
ceptance of the Carta Vieja quin
tet.. .
Comprised in its entirety of Ca
nal zone players, foremost- of
these, Waliy, Trout, and Gene
Rich.er, thet C. V. cagesters w;ll
enueavour to emulate. (Uie sl tne
worK done by their counterpart of
ai us quite' imeiyt tnaot members
ot tae ; cnampiou haiDoa tn a n
School squaa will seei service with
mis new ciud, aiso tne cream oi
the crop as iar as talent irom she
Armeu voices is concerned.
xo date, the director of the Carta
XI.
vifja suuau nat, not vet Deen an-
nounceu, but it must be taicen for
graiueu as line an O. v. sDorime
aggregations, Vthe leadership has
aiways been ot the Dest material
available; The task ,of subduing the
present last break and smiting
zone defense, so prominent in
Manama cage play will require
expert coaching, along with supe-
ei.or piaying. acuity,
Aitnougn inere nave been sev
eral, all "Gringo" sauads taking
part in the smaller leagues, Carta
Vieja's invasion ot the top brack,
ets marks the first time in the
history ot Panama Maior l,eaffiii
basketball of such an occurrence.
US-Rale School r
Vacation Program
fo Sterile 9
The vacation program of .the
Division of 'Schools will start at
all U.S. rate gymnasiums a n'd
swimming pools on June 9 and
continue through Aug. 22.
A variety' of athletic, recreation
al, and swimming activities will
be offered to the choldren of var various
ious various age groups, Each community
will have programs designed to
interest and attract the greatest
possible number of pacticpants.
Registrations will be taken al
all gymnasiums and pools start starting
ing starting on June 4.. There are no reg registration
istration registration fees or any othef charges
tor participation. While children
are urged to register on June 4
or as soon thereafter as possible;
registrations will be accepted
tnrougnoui tne vacation period
with the children being admitted
to all phases' of the program at
any tin during the s u in m e r
months.
, ..... ,V ... ...
Special' activities which will' be
announced from time to time will
be held during the program. Some
of the special activities will be.
? Fourth of July swim meet at
Gamboa sponsored by the Elks Lo
ge 1414 in cooperation with the
Division of Schools,
C. Z. Junior A.A.U.' swim meet-
long course-Aug. 9. sponsored by
the Summer Recreation Commit
tee in cooperation with the Div Division
ision Division of Schools. . '
i C. 2. Junior A.A.U. swim meet-
short ,course-Sept.s 13 spivsored by
he Division of Schools.
FIGHT SCHEDULED
, LOS -ANGELES (UPlS -Feath-
erweights Paul Jorgensen of Hous
ton,, Tex. and Ricardo Pajarito
Moreno of ,M?xico have signed for
a 10-round bout here Aug. 7. Jor
gensen is the nation's third-rank
ing -featherwelghtr Moreno w a s1
knockedput in a previous Los An Angeles
geles Angeles N appearance by feather.
weight king Hogan (Kid) Bassey.

Editor: COftfMDO

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7T
: NATIONAL LEAGUE '
' VV L Pet. GB
San Francisco 27 14 .659 A
Milwauktt... ...23 14 .622
Pittsburgh 21 18 .531
Chicago 1 21 23 Mi'
Cincinnati 17 20 ,45
Philadelphia 1 17 21 .447
St. Louis ; U 21 .432
Los Angeles J 15 25 .375 H'i
TODAY'S GAMES
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati at Philadelphia I
San. Fco. at St. Louis (2) T
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (2)
Los Angeles at Chicago (2)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
NATIONAL' LEAGUE V
No games scheduled.

F

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No Rule Change For Picking
All-Star Game's Pitchers

BALTIMORE. Md. fTTPn
Thesels a new method of picking
the .starting lineups for tnis
year's big lease Ail-Star game on
July 8, but indications today were
that therre won t be any changes
in the rules about the Ditchers.
Casey Stengel.' New York Yan.
kee manager who annually pilots
the American League team as an
old '.'Yankee costom." wants a
rrule Uo prohibit managers from
using all-s.ar pitchers on the Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, before the Tuesday big game.
" Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frirk was quizzed Wednesday
about Casey's proposal while' he
was announcing arrangements for
this year's carnival of the stars
at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium.
: "That is strictly at the. discw.
tion of the two leagues," said
Frick. .
And. 'eague heads Warren Giles
of the National and .Will Harridge
o' the American followed bv da
clining :"to endorse the Stengel
idea Harridge refused to, com comment
ment comment at all. -But Giles 'said:
i "Impersonally would be agamst
suggesting anything to a manag.
er. That might hurt his chance
of w i n n i n g a championship
game."
The big change, this year; of
course, is that the starting lineup
for both leagues wt l be made up
of "ballplayers' ballplayers." This
is the first time that the lineups
will be picked by balloting of the
SC3-Mile Race
Starting Lineup
' INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.; May 30-
(UPIl Here isjhe starting line
up for the 42nd annual 500-mile au auto
to auto race:
First row--Dick Rathmann Mia.
mi, Fla.v 145-874: Ed Elisian, Oak
land, Calif., 145.926;. Jimmie
Reece. Indianapolis.4 145.513.
Second row (Bob Veith, Oakland,
Calif-r 144.881; Pat ; O'C o n n o r,
Worth Vernon,. Ind., 144.823; John Johnnie
nie Johnnie Parsons, i Van Nuys,-Calif..
144.683.
Third row-Jimmy Bryan, Phoe Phoenix,
nix, Phoenix, Ariz., 144.185; Johnny Bovd,
Fresnoi Calif t r 4.023 : Tony Bet-
tenhausen, Tinley Park, 111., 143..
91S.
Fourth row-Jack Turner, Seat Seattle.
tle. Seattle. .Wash.. 143.438 Rodger Ward,
Los Angeles 143.266; A. J. Hoyt,
Houston, Tex. 143.130.
Fifth row Don Freeland, India Indianapolis,
napolis, Indianapolis, 143.033;, Paul Russo, Web
ster Groves, Mo., 142.959; Billy
Garrett, Los Angeles, 143.778.
Sixth row Paul Goldsmith,! Sv
Clair Shores, Mich., 142.744; Bob
Christie, Grant's Pass, Ore., 142..
253;. Eddie Sachs, Center Valley,
Pa.. 144.660. ' ""r '-
' Seventh row JuiJ Larson, Hick Hickman
man Hickman Mills, Mo., .143.512; J i m
Rathmann, Miami, Fla'.143.147; Al
Keller. Greenacres, .ila., 142.931
Eighth row Johnny Thomson,
(Boyertown, fa., 14Z.90; Shorty
Templeman, SeatUe, wash., 142..
817; Jerry Unser, Long Beach,
Calif.., 142.755.
Ninth row George Amick, Ve
nice, Calif., 142.710; Eddie John
son, uuyanoga f ans, unio, 142.670;
Len Sutton, Portlan Ore., 142.653
Tenth row Art Bisch. Phoenix.
Ariz., 142.631; Chuck Weyant,
SpPringfield, in., 142.6Q8; Johnnie
Toian, iNorwaiK, cant., 142.309.
Eleventh row Mike Magill,
Hadoonneid, in.j., 14Z.Z76; Uemp
sey Wilson, Hathorne, Calif- 143.-
272; BUT Cheesbourg, T u c s o p,
Ariz., HZ.S4B. '.;,-
Panama Tribune Tips
By LUIS ROMER
1 Dun (e)
2 Xistullarl
3 Solito
4 DobU Flt
5 Silverie 1
( Kensington"
7 Double Four
T Gaxapo
10 Gouvtrnant
11 Black Be
Golden Corn II
Manuila Pedraza
' t 1 Don Manuel
Dona Flora
, .C ? Tltlta
. Mar Bravo
, Hotrigador

.. Dunglopf

C antenna
- Gonctine
Cnganota

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W
Pet.
GB
Ntw York
Kansas City
52 Vh
.500 8Vi
-.487
.472 VMl
Ml 10
.411 lit,
.405 12
Cleveland
Bosten
Chicago
Dttroit
Baltimore
Washington
TODAY'S GAMES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
C'eveland at Kansas City (2)
Washington at New York (2)
'.Boston at Baltimore (2) i -Chicago
at Detorit (2)
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
No games scheduled.'
major-league players, managers,;
and coaches.
Frick. took thp vnt.o 'mu f-
the ans because nt "hi n kj
stuffing" in Cincinnati. The Red.
leg tfans voted so early and often
that, last year tbv nioVa
jtire starting lineup o. Cincinnati
vyers ior the National League,
excepting Stan xMusial. r r.
,r Frick announced yesterday that.
f"ne,22- Players are allowed (
vote only for payers in th.-i
league and not for layers on
their team.jThe ballot results, will
be announced June 29.
Bob Scalon .Wins ; ;
Another To Retain
Unbeaten Record
Chicago iupi)-Jrish,!'Bobb
6canlon a San-? Francisco iightA
ywies, said today ha'
W05aVemad? ,a bett show.
hinWenesday night fte had not
SEm vhamPered by. an injured
right hand. ri V',-.JU1CU-'
, L Ji";?m Sc'Alw; billed
M one of the Internationa Boxing
Clubs "new faces" of 1958, -scored
an easy 10-round unanimous .deci .decision
sion .decision over Bobby Rogers, another
unranked 'rookie" who has dona
most of his fighting, around. ChL-
Scanlon, who boasts victories
0Vjr?r,mer chamPS Lauro Salas
and Wallace (Bud) Smith, agreed
he might have looked -green in
his television debut i Wednesday
mfK-,
One thing I need- is vmor
.. 'rt. don'tf fi8ht often
enough, 'f the .crew-cut San Fran."
ciscan said. , ; i,
As for Rogers, Scanlon 'said he
was a "rough and tough" fighter
who got' in some good' body
blows." ...
.' Scanlon, who aspires to a crack
at .unbeaten lightweight' Carlos
Ortiz, appeared unreadv for hi
lunijjcuuuu, uuu ne was too
sharp for Rogers.;-'
Showing At Your Serv'ce
C enter Theatres Tonight
BALBOA Z:3 6:15, 8:00
Jock Mahoney, Julie Adams
Tim Hovey
"SLIM CARTER" (Color)
DIABLO HTSr 7:00
"THE INVISIBLE BOY"
i Owl ShowUD:30 p.m.
"It Should Happen To You"
GAMBOA T:00
-Rpbert Taylor
' : Dorothr'Malone
"TIP ON A DEAD JOCKEY"
GATCN 7:00
J oel McCrea, Gloria Talbot
"CATTLE EMPIRE" ? i
; Cinemascope & ColoH
MARGARITA 6:15 at 7:55
uock Mahoney, Shawn smith
"LAND UNKNOWN
Cinemascope!
Owl Showil0:30 p.m.
"SOUTH SEA WOMAN"
CRISTOBAL 2:30 & 7:00
' Barry Sullivan ,"?' V
i-r Mona Freeman
"Dragoon Wells Massacre"
in cinemascope & Color!
PARAISO 6:15 & 7:55
KRONOS"' In'ClftertiaScope!
. Owl Show 10:30 p.m;
- "Trn ENFORCER""-
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 as 8:30
"TRAIL BLAZERS" and
"TRIPLE TROUBLE"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 8:10
Glepn Ford,' Van Heflin
v "3:10 TO YUMA"
Owl Show ,10:30 p.m.
"She's Working Her Way
Through Collere"
"Don't Go Vt&f Tke Watrr"
BALBOA June 78-9
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Rcco Tree!; Grcd:i3 Entries
Louvre, Hostiqador Seem
Top Con tenders In Sprint
P.P. tiafM
Jocke? St.
Comment
Established 1893
Pell Closes 1:00
1st Race Ith SriM Imp, If-"?.

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' 1-Goldeh Corn J. PhiUiPiSW?8-,?!"
: 2-rMiSs Patience Aguirre 118 --Usually dmt ?oms
' tn.cirU . A. Credidic 108 -Ran wU,in last

. 4-Nogalino !J. Cadogan 110 r0UJ "p!?
WCambrioleur G. Mo ord lOOx i-Noihing last time ,.

'B. Justmu JIx Not good enough
B. Baeza 115 -Should beat these ..

6 (Amat

7 Ocala Miss
8 Dun)

, 4-1
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31
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1Q4
10 1
12
3 2

o

2nd Race

"Social" e Furlongs $450.00 Pool Closes 1:30
, 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1- Pasioreo Sanchez 110 .-Sharpened lor this
2- Herme!ina jIL Gustines .103 t-In light lo umitt
3- Xismlari 8. Baeza. tie -Form indices
4- Pan'Tostado R. Cristian 113 ,-Usiially moves late
5- Manue:. i Fellr. C. Bovil 113 hCotU make it again

52
. 2.1
3-2
3-1
4.1

7 v f he tfococha Stable's speedy Double Four, ge generally
nerally generally considered the sprint champion of the Pre President
sident President Kemon racetrack, tomorrow goes out in quest
of his second victory within seven days.
Scheduled to oppose the grey sprinter are Hos Hos-tigador,
tigador, Hos-tigador, Louvre; Gramilla and Melendez. The quintet

will dispute a $1,000 purseover six turiongs.

3rd Race "H" Natives 7

Fgs. Purs. $375.00
ONE TWO

Pool Ctos.s 2:00

1 Don Pastor
2 Gukcamaya
3 Kuon
4 Don Manuel
5 So.ito
Guararr

H : Gu-slirin 106 -Cduld go all the way
-"A .Alfjro iG5x -Usually close up ;
A. Credidio J08 Runs bet in springs
C Riwa 115 Dangerous thistime
G Sanchr 115 Form indicates t
. J.. Cadogan 102 Could surprise

5-2
104

101

. 3.1

EVEN

4th R.c l.y..r..ld Non.Winn.riS Purs $650.00 ,j I

Pool Closts 2:30

1rinHx-Ria H. GuslilieS 115

anrma -Vlora v B. Baeza 105

-Usually disappoint
Complete faiure

wivxn

. i .1 n ctnnriAv ink. wi KK)re soon

4 Balhina A Credidio 103 -Rates, good chance here
5 Corvigha K F., Alvarez H)6 -Early speed only t
6 Teddy t b. Aguirre 106 -WiU fight it out

Slh R.e. ."Non-Winmral J Fgsurs. $300, 00 Pool Clos.s 3;00

G. Sanchez 112 Fractious;,; still green -i
a rt-AHiHin in Dixtan.pe to liking 3-1

I VAVUAUSW vw t
n -R7a T13 Seems west here Z-s

R. Gomez 112 Rider handicaps 3-1
' r. MiinAnnnv Nnt. .snort enoueh 50 1

H. Gustines 110 : Keyhaven-Stalaban ,, -J
A.r Alfaro 100xr-Good early, speed : 104

1 Bosilongo
2 Tu Frutl
3 Silveno
4 Titita
5 Don Vito
. ft DomiUla
7 Identic

Double Four, which was- ridden

tb a neck vicory over" Hostiga.
dor last Sunday by Rubea Vas.
quez, will have one-time riding

sensation Bias Aguirre nanaung
his reins.
Braulio Baeza, Ihe track's lead leading
ing leading rider,., will again ; be aboard

the vastly improved Hosugaoor.
Formerly a weak-heart?c( sprinter.
Uncti03rlnr ids Baininff fast on

Doubc Four at the finish last

Sunday. ; 'V A
rMm!i mhich wmind UD a

2511 distance third behind Double Four

and Hostigador, wUl De guiaea oy
Heliodoro GusUnes, as usual.
The distance ad her light im im-post
post im-post may cause Gramilla to be in
the thick-of it at.the ,'inish.
Melendez, a notorious low-start,
er, appears to be outclassed over
this short distance. He will have
hustling Fernando Alvarei in the
laH.dl-..- V :; '''x
Louvre, probably the fast1
starter at the track, returns from
a well-deserved rest. He is report report-edly
edly report-edly in A-l condition and has
been turning in some sizzling
workouts. Guillermo Rivera wiu

3- 2
15-1
4- 1
3.1
'5.1
3-1

do the iooting on this Gabriel Os

sa ViCuna-owned sprinter. -The
secondary attraction for

second and third series racers

could turn out to be even more
thrilling than the main event. Ba Ba-t
t Ba-t tinn r.nuvprnant. Scutator. Giia.

Idalcanal and Gonetino will ma:ch

strides over the six ruriong tu tu-stance
stance tu-stance also- .'-
Nine other interesting r a e e s
complete the program. ...

.....
Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Dun ()
2 Xittullari
3 Solito
4 Doblo Fija
5 Silvorio
i Kensington
7 Louvr. ;
Idoungalopo
9 Gaiap.
10 Gon.tin
11 Black B.a

El.oido

'. H.rm.lina
Don fAanu.l
; T.ddy
.Tutl Froti
Mar-Bravo

, Hostiqador

. Mat;.
Crews Hill
Batallon

Engaiioso

th Rata th $.rl Fgs. wjmM:
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Clews 3:40

A. Credidio 105 -Would pay off here
D. Madrid 105x -Got left in last
J. Jlodriguez 115 Usually close up
J. Jimenez 110 -Bad legs hamper'-
H. Gustines 110 Could surprise
R, Gristian 110 Form jndicates , v

1 Cachafaz
2 Picararo.
S Fiifto.
Fudge Girl
-Mar Bravo
Kensington-

th Rae lit and 2nd J.ri.s Imp. Purs. $1000. Pool Clos.s 4:10
"T 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

25-1
15.1
3.1
-5.1
3- 1
4- 5

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JOE-WILLIAMS

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Man Miuir.rD whn

inv i,m 1 1 n u k r, .
Fred Hutchinson gels on an
umpire,- the St. Loui Cardin Cardinals'
als' Cardinals' chief really climbs aboard.
Hal Dixon is on receiving end.

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MACDONALD 4 MUIH LIMITED, DttftllUrs. L.lth, IcetlaM

NO USE Billy Martin regist regist-ers
ers regist-ers disgust as 'he goes down
swinging. That's the way De.
troit fans feel about- Tigers,

5-1
EVEN
' 4-1
2.1

1 Hostigador B. Baeza 118 In thick ol it again
2- Melendez v F, Alvarez 112 Rates fair chance
3 Double- Four B. Agruirre 112 Should score, again i
4- Gramilla. 4 H. Gustines 108 Would pay juicy odds
5-Louvra G. Rivera 110 -Returns in top form

Ith Raeo "$p.cll" Winn.r. S F. Purse $400.00 Ppot, CIoe 4:40
y, ;iQU,niela "B- ;
1-Maese H. Gustines 113 Form indicates n EyEN
2r-,MilLocur -.A.C. Bovil 110 Good early .Speed 'b.-t. 34
F5-Alve-110 Dangerous in sprmts 'k'. f M

' .. '.. ,, .111. ma . ivr-il r 1. 1 i-

J. rniiups iub nean ci.oii 111 ihsij. ---vt
Uimi 115 Nnthintf rrntlv '?

.Mi Oantlva

5 Deungalope
8 Sieabu

S;r Aguirre 110 Don't overlook

54

. 5.2

44

th Rac 4th S.ri.s Imp. t Fgs. Purs. $600.00 Pool Closes 5:15

. 54
'84
' 104
34
2.1
EVEN

ONEv TWO

1 Baca'ncito J. Rodriguez 110 Showing improvement
2j-I-odo v r C. Ruiz W Distance to liking
3 Fiel ro'- "-s F, Sanchez 105x Would pay off
4 Crews Hill H. Gustines 108 Dangerous contender
Sn-Canteriira B. Baeza 112- Disappointment to date

76 Gazario 'B. Agruirre 116 Last was revealing ,t

.--..; ....... W-r- .ft. -. i .-.r h

Wh Race 2nd and 3rd S. Lmp. 4 Parse $750.00 I Pool Clos.s" 5:40

5.2
M
3-1
2-1

3-1

.

3-1
3-2
5-2

24'

4-1

1 Batallon' 1 G. Rivera 116 Distance to liking
9nnnvrnnt H GustinM 105 Razor share form

- 3 Sftulptor '4 B. Aeruirre 112 s In, fight to finish

4 Guadalcanal F. ''vrez v Hard to neat nere-
5 Gonetino 1 No boy 108 Quit badly in last

11th Race-"E" Natives' 7 Fg. Purse $375.00 Pool. Closes i

1 Tingat 7 J. Jimenez 108 Usually disappoints
2 Black Bee ; : B. Aguirre 110 Was never better 8
3 Golden W. A. Credidio 103 Will fight it out v

4 Eneafioso H. Gustines 110 .Met interference

If there is a circuitous, complex,
obscure, involved, bumbling, am.
biguous, muddled, tangled 01 tur.
gid way to approach a problem,
our baseball poobah can be count,
ed on' to discover it: Unerringly,

i tima ivhn ven the- Yan

kees, the finest attraction in the

game, ana wun me meupi
field to themselves,, can not fill
their park, or come close to it,
there is nevertheless-; curious

clamor for ; expansion. .

'Commissioner iora dhck nas
,ia tk. muil hr three slX-ClUD

leagues) On second thought,'," tie

would make it two,f eacn wdi
clubs. Cleveland's Frahk Lane has
..f .rt hnth nrnnnaals. ai unfea.

sible; His programs Two 10-club

leagues. 1 f

SnVinff In the columns of J. G

Tavinr SDink's vouth'a companion,

Krsnpn Kipirpv. .rnmn t nut iiai

footedly (bunions, no doubt) for a 1

third major league, to De support,
d hv the nresent vested interests.

or by independent funds. s v y

.'Aside irom tne odvious mier.
ence, which is that nobody seems
to kndw from nothing, is the dia.

maying impression this craD Dag,
groping thinking must nave on
nnnl whn vain th ffam 11 an

important adjunct to our way of

me, ana wno jook trusungiy 10 its
leaders for responsible, progres progres-sive,
sive, progres-sive, direction. 4
They look in vain, In other days
when baseball did not have to com.
npt.p with raninff th hterhnrav

-country week ends and particip.

am epuns, me game more or less
ran itself Today, in an ever widen
ing competitive: market, what is

baseball's response? The" leaders

make Uke Stepnen L.eacoc. a nuie
and ride off in all directions at

once.v a Mack Sennett version 01

an adult Western.-,-
How can two men, whose com.
bined experience in baseball ex ex-h
h ex-h inn 'var intcrDret the

game's needs in such divergent
lights? Either Frick or Rickey is
right; or; both are wrong. Rickey
Rickey would shun not only. a 12.
club Wague but a 10-club league

... "In a league with more man
eight you have too many second
divisibn clubs.".. Yet Frick would
add even more.
; LIC LEAGUE SHOODDY

: In numbers, however, the total

is the same. But now 00 you go
about staffing 24 clubs When there
Am insufficient material for 16?...

A condition directly traceabU to

the. TV gutted minors.
Spinning straw into gold might
rin it. lint, unhaDnilvRumDelstilskiri

is not on the waiver list. Is it the

5 ftapa ..i..::..A. Lourless 102x Seeks another, upset

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vnanalnnists nntinn that With

change in livery a Peoria busher
inn fartn hepnmes a biff lea eiter?

Is expansion to be another word

for jraudr
Tt. a fonH hat. that, most U.S

fan would like to SUDDOrt .' big

league baseball .... but it .would

have to be big league baseball.
To suggest, as Rickey does, the
f.n. urniiM ho "nrimarilv interest.

d in the comoetition" is an af.

frnnt which asiprti in effect

the fans wouldn't know a big lea.
guer if they saw one.
And yet by the time they did

get a franchise mayoe tney
wouldn't, because if the majors

Atelrht-feetMp water, for the final nt&ft In learning to"
dive, Johnny stands with his ieet together, toes hooking- the edge
s of the deck, and arms extended overhead. From this position he
,bend from the waist and leans forward until his balance 1 lott.
Then he punhes hard from the deck and keeping- his chin down,
g;oet Into the water, arms and head "-at f
(Mat No. .15) k

i ("Teachirf- Johnny To Swim," a do-it-yourself manual,
for parent?, : now availaMe at 'your Red Cross Centers,
Libr .-le ftrl i .-imln? piols in (lie Canal Zone.
, (. avents. a--o .ire'er to have their children taught lit
grooi, c-pssea suou'd register tlvem with the Sunimer Re
rrrntinral Pioeim H fieir ronimunHy. Trained Red Cross,

' if t-r

YES,

k NOW! :
TODAY!!
Do:ri win fob io

MOV IS: THE TIME
; TO RUSH
k. TO THE
AWfJIVERSARY SALE
: N ; . , j ;.. '1 : .' 'V, ; u ', 1 .' k.
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continue to stifle production at the
source there soori wont be anv bis

leaguers at all.

' FRISK TAX PAYERS
Frick predicts "10 to1 15 new

parks in majors and minors in the
next four or five years,". He can't
have in mind private enterprise,
for Yankee Stadium circa '23, was
the last park built expressly for

Dig, league, piay. t ,

V V ?, fMl.tU. HIV., WMJU
baseball must shamelessly hustle
th tav nnverc atf the Tliante Hirl

In San San Francisco as the Dod.

gers seek to in Los Angeles, As

an investment!" oaseDa'i nas De.
come starkly unattractive to the

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We fear Frick implies a Vitality
that does not exist: How many peo.
pie rushed in with bulging purses,'
friendly eager to adopt the -.two
ftinhnneH 'franphiKpa in nur tnwn"

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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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THE PANAMA -AMERICAN AN D.TEPENDEXT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Automobiles

FOR $ALI: 1954 Mercury
hardrep, wVw, radio, Mer-e-matic.
Good condition. $975.00.
Balboa 3676. 1 r
FOR. JAU: 1948 Kaiser sedan'
$130.00, 1950 Willy' itation
wagon $170.00, 2 light plants.
Call 2-3685.
-r-
i FOR SALE: 1951 Morrii Minor
l' eon. Vary food condition.
I 2-2761, 764-D larnefcy St. Bal-
.boa.
FOR SAll:- 1956" Fordemarie
i tiint passenger, Country sedan,
'26,000 mileage, $1800. Phono
'- Balboa 3628. i
FOR ?ALI-19S5 Plymouth,
ewer glitt, 2 door, sedan, vary
1 P good condition 24422.
Wo will buy your car and pay
caih., No waiting no rod, tape, f
Any year make and model. Ti Ti-veli
veli Ti-veli Motors at Tivoli Crossing
Tel. 2-4222 2-4224.
FOR SAll: 1952 Morris Minor ..
2 door convertible. Good eondi-
How. 83-2294.
FOR SAL?: 1954 4 door
Dodge Royal V-8, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. 1942 Mash 2 door.. Good
Transportation, ': Call -.94-306 :
After 5 p.m. ,7 v
Player 01 The Day
SANDY KOUFAX-
: Until recenUy Sandy Koilfax
chief claim to fame was that he
was believed to be. the only man
in baseball history who fractured
an ankle by tripping over foul

: 'line. -
That was in May, 195S when
. Sandy was just a frightened kid
- from Brooklyn who had signed an
estimated: S25.000 bonus contract
''wi'li the Dodgers.

. Rut Sandv is maturing he's a

. ripe old ,32 now and Los Angeies
fans are g6ing-. to see him vvin
many a game. He came through
for the Dodgers Wednesday night
when he 'beat the Pittsburgh Pi Pi-rates,
rates, Pi-rates, 7-1, and in his previous
! start her pitched a two-hit victory
over the Milwaukee Braves, s t
: Sandy's : chief stock in trade is
a really; overpowering fast' ball.
Proof Is the fact ; he struck out
' more batters than he pitched' irt irt-nings
nings irt-nings last season, 122 to, 104. His
won-lost record was' 5-4 ind his
'earned run average 3.89.
Sports Briefs

PATTERSON TO TRAIN
' MONTICELLO N.-Y. (.UPI) -Heavyweight
champion1 Floyd Pat
terson : begins a 30-day training
program here 1 Monday for his
next title defense. Cus1 D'Amato,
. Patterson's manager, is expected
tn announce soon the name of the
challenger promoter and city for
the ngmv
" COACH NAMED
'. ITHACA. Ni Y.MUPI) -Mearl
n Mike firepne. 38. has been
' named line coach- for the tthaca
Colleee football squad. Greene
, was chairmaniof. the physical ed
ucation. department at St.. Bona Bona-venture
venture Bona-venture univeristy and the Bon
i 'nm' baseball coach the last three
' seasons. ; v'.v..
U. S. WINS
NICKFraWce (UPI) The Unit
ed Sta'es advanced in tne lnier
national Military basketball touf
namenti here, by trouncing Spain,
5.4n: in the tourney's ooenmal
came Wednesday. The Americans
dominating play throught the cont
est, neia A.ii-Xi nauume ieau..
Vell-Known Names
ACROS8
I Houston
,'4 Sandburg
I Horn
12 Literary
scraps. -
18 Chills and
fever : :-14
14 :-14 Ireland
8 General
Douglas
4 Minded
5 Eras
6 Make sott
; rubbing
', sounds
7 Permit
,8 Smallest,
'Discord
goddess
10 Number
11 Insects
HRsved
It Place again
23 Worms
24 Comfort '.
25 Asterisk
26 Foundations
It Ineorporited
ab.)
18 Holding back
! 18 Most beloved i
, 20Donl(eyi
81 Color
22 Church
, J, fast season -24
Superlative
" tumxe
1 16 Finest
j 27 Compass point
i 30 Greek goddess
32 staid
34 Tries lightly
33 Revised
' 36Go astray
4
'J
87 Moistens
88 Woody fruits
48 Mexican coin
41 Hearing organ
42 Blackthorns
S Accidents :
' 49 Entering
81 Also -'
82 Passage In ;
. the brain
. tt Diminutive
i' sumx . 4
64 Shade tree V"
55 Throw
I.
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96 Nwdy ;
87 Watch ""
; DOWM
I Spoke
t Princess

Aportments
FOR RENT. Two badroom'fur badroom'fur-nished
nished badroom'fur-nished apartment, 2 bathrooms,
livinsj-eTintngroom, 48th street.
. No. 27, Tel. 2-2504. : ,.. t
FOR RENT: w Furnished -one,
bedroom apartment. Automobile
Row, $70.00 monthly. Phone
Balboa 2870.' ' y'-
fuTT
FOR RENT: Comfortable
riished one bedroom, apartment,
Phone 3-5024, Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cool, clean, gas stove, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, garage., 182 Via Po Po-rras,
rras, Po-rras, Sdn Francisco. Phono 3
5582.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
. apartment, livings diningroom,
' balcony, hot water.! maid's quart-'
- crs. Ricardo Arias Street, new
building "Esparta". $140.00.
Tel.-3-4994..
X
FOR RENT: Vacation quartan
from Juno 14 to July 17. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable rent in return for care
of 2 pets. Phone Balboa 2879.
FOR RENT Modern apartment
3 bedrooms, 2 bathst dining,
' livingroom, porch, maid's room,
bath, all screened. El Cangrejo
55 Streef (L) No. 23. Tele Telephones
phones Telephones 2-0487 3-6523. Hot
water.
FOR RENT: 2 completely fur-
nlshed apartments, 2 bedrooms, v
(- living; diningroom,'. porch, etc.
45th St. No. 22-13 Bella Vista, v
' S50.00 furnished apartment, in independent,
dependent, independent, North American
' neighbors. Teli. 3-0471 2 2-3343.
3343. 2-3343.
! FOR RENT-Modern two bed-,
room 'apartment. Maid's room
and service,' garage, Juste Aro-'
semena Avenue No. 37-11.
Telephone 2-2341.
Commercial Sites
' FOR RENT; Well located air air-f
f air-f conditioned office, across from.
Hotel Panama, Ricardo Arias St.'
. Telephones 3-0702- 2-2466
FOR RENT: Commercial locale
; in' Justo Arosemena Avenue op op-M
M op-M posite Cristo Rey Church. Tele Tele-i
i Tele-i phone 2-2341.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
two bedrooms, kitchen,, living living-'
' living-' diningroom, bathroom, U.S.A.
Army inspected.' 45th Street 2 2-33.
33. 2-33. Phone 3-5351.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom house," Golf, Heights.
Spacious fenced grounds. Tele
phone Balboa 2870. :
FOR RENT: At 50th street No.
25, 2 bedroom house furnished,
exclusive neighborhood, six
months or permanent occupancy.
SI 40.00. Information at Cuba
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FOR RENT: Chalet In Bella
Vista 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
dining, drawing room, maid'l
room, hot water, screened. In Inquire
quire Inquire 47 Street No. 1 7 upstairs.
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processing center at San Jos,
Calif. Jhomas J. 1 Watson Jr
president, said the company at
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Beside tbe Bella Vista Theatre., v
Resorts
- Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in the Re Re-.
. Re-. public, with all kinds of comnto-.
; dities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv serv-I
I serv-I ices. -. 1
FOSTER'S Cottage and Largo
Beach, House. One mile past the
Casino, fhone Balboa 1866.
PHU.UPS Occansido Cottages
Santa Clara R. da Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
OPENS LIME PLANT
ARROLINE, Nev' (UPl)-U.S
Lime products corp., r subsi subsi-riiarv
riiarv subsi-riiarv nf. Flintkntp Co.. todav ooen
pH a ruw $2 million lime Droducts.
plant here, some 19 miles north
east of Las Vegas.
Service Personnel,
Government Employees
Are' ellflble to finance that NKW
or USED Car or Borrow oa your
' present rar through
v Agency
. DICK DEHLINGER
.. ,i. J representinit
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
'. FINANCE CO.
- fNe. 43 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.' .
Phone 3-4984 3-4S8S
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
I mtns. from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences' In
i Suites and Bungalow all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
. Price: S6 and '$8 daily,
with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Hone ridini. . f
For reservations P.- O.
; Box; 4459 -'Manager:
Bill aad Elenor Jaspers
I "GET STREAMLINED"
Exeercislnf Machines, Turkish
the McLevy way.J Body Massage,
oath. Trained operators tor ladies
and gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON i
Services' "SCHOLL'S"
. n Products
J. Arosemena Ave. S3-4S
TeL 3-2211
LIMA EXCURSlOtl
June. 20 to June 2ft
Price SiaOO
Transisl of,,
ELECTRONIC
FLASHGUN
Temperatfjre 'of the syn
4 .ONLY $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
Phone 2r2316..
LIFE INSURANCE
i call
1 jim .ridge:
General Apent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
' Tel. Panama 2-055
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CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tholi Ave. No. 18-20
Tel. 2-l!)01

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AGENTS OR OUaTOfTICKS AT 1MT "H
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Miscellaneous
"Sealed bids will be accepted by
the Navy Exchange Officer,
Naval Station,. Rodman, Canal
Zone for the sale of equipment.
The equipment may bo inipect-
' ed at the Supply 6 Fiscal Depart Department
ment Department Storehouse, Bldg. No. 2,
' N.S. Naval Station, Rodman, C.
2. between the hour 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 Juno
1958. Bid farms may be obtaln-
- ed at the Navy Exchange Office,
building No. 24, Rodman Canal
Zona, For, further information
please l Call Navy 3389. or
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FOR SALE: Smalt grand piano
i. $200. Call 3-0739 afar 5 p.m.
or weekends.
FOR SALE: Hot water heater.
." glider, double bed. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3347.
New records! I ;
giant discounts
1 all trades marfca :
Tropelco S.' A. ''
45th St. and Via EspaRii
Vl ton air-cond. 'unit like new
$135.00. New trombone $85.
Misc. used musical instruments.
4 speed record player, like stow,
portable. Balboa 2-2389.
fOR SALE: 1 typewriter. Un.,
I derwood. Good condition, reason reasonable
able reasonable price. 4-408 Paraiso.
FOR SALE: 30 gal. water heat heater.
er. heater. Like new, $50.00. Call 3 3-6733
6733 3-6733 Panami. : -. ,. ;
FOR SALE: 2 cot mattresses
$5.00 each. 1 reel chair, $5.00,
2 card tables, $1.50 each, 2
Rattan, 3 strand chairs, spring
cushions $40.00 each, 1 antique
brass locomotive bell with. hang hang-or
or hang-or $25.00. DUhes, pans, house
hold article; 156, Mamel Place
FOR SALE : Immediately, aa
must sell beford. Juno 1 0th.,
Admiral :fjt..: Excellent eondl eondl-tion,
tion, eondl-tion, also gas; stove, 4 months
Id. CaH Phone 3782947 V
FOR; SALE: One ; jukls box,
Wurlitier, 48 records, it cycle,
good condition, hewly converted.
Cal) manager Gamboa Golf Club
Tel. 6-910, and make offer.

New World Relatives Of The Pig
Frequent Barro Colorado Island;

"Pigs'"' are the. skunks of Barro
Colorado' Island, the Smithsonian
institution's jungle' wildlife; pre preserve
serve preserve in ,the Canal Zone the Insti Insti-tutionreports.
tutionreports. Insti-tutionreports. ; r-. :. -y
These "animals are tie collared
peccaries, New World relatives of
the pig. They are quite numerous
and are more likely to be seen by
aay man otner mammals on tne is
land. Tracks are found almost ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere and many trails lea-l
through the dense undergrpwth..
Ground underneath many palm
threes has a pigpenlike apperance
Decause oi tne activity oi tne pec peccaries.
caries. peccaries. Some of the trees are rub
bed smooth by the animals who us
them as rubbing posts. The old
boars are reputed to be the most
dangerous rain-forest animals like
ly to be encountered on the island
paths, although this reputation
may be somewhat undeserved. An
other species, the white-lipped pec
cary. is usually more aggressive.
' One t smells peccaries oftener
than one sees them. Their Tjeculiar
odor hangs, about all their haunts
as aooui tne pains mey nave tot
OIL DEMAND UP i
TULSA (UPD-Crude oil (
mand in the Midwest is "stiffen.
ing .gradually, according to the
Oklahoma corporation commis
sion. Buyers of Oklahoma crude,
it reported.. have uoped tneir pur
chase requests by 20.665 barrels
to 534,425 -barrels a day ffjr June.
TATTOO STOPS EMPLOYERS
1 SALTASH, England (UP) f
Yvonne Clements, 20, is a marked
woman ana unauie m imu a ju.
Every time a prospective employ employer
er employer sees the tattoo on- her leg, (he
shoos her away. The tat:oo, ; a
three-inch slogan on her left calf,
says, ;.I love men.'i ; ; :w,"
GIBSON
IR CQNPITIONERS.'
- COMPARE
Construction, capacity
Styling price
Most aulet unit on market
Hi Free engineering survey of
your 'requirements
Bij" only on your BTV
needs
5 yar guaranty '
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Sales Tel, 3-1285
, Service Tel. 3-7489

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Home Articles I I
New records!!
' giant discounts
' all trades marks
..";'. Tropelco $. A.
45th St. and Via EspaaX
FOR SALE-ARM CHAIRS,
$10.00. CHINA-CLOSET.,
$15.00. DOUBLE BEDS, COM COMPLETE,
PLETE, COMPLETE, FROM $39.00. DINING
ROOM TABLE AND 4 CHAIRS
$45.00. LIVING ROOM SETS,
$98.00. MAHOGANY BAR,
$75.00. BRAND NEW. KITCHEN
CABINETS, $69.00. PILLOWS.
$1.50. ;v ALSO LOVELY
WROUGHT IRON LIVING AND
DINING ROOM SETS. EASY
PAYMENTS. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE.
CHANGE. EXCHANGE. PHONE 3-4911
3-7348.
FOR SALE: Small piano
"Spiner" perfect condition. Lux
building,: 34th Street No, 6-33
Tels. 3-4947 3-0672
FOR SALE i Hide t bed almost ;
new, 9 pc diningroom set
Leaving country. Call 1381, "Co "Colon.
lon. "Colon. V
FOR SALE: Bendix automatic
washing machine, $75.00. Ph.
Albrook 6232'vr' y'i'y.,'
FOR SALE. White enamel uti utility
lity utility cupboard like new $20.00,
Stake; portable sewing machine,
25 or 60 cycle $50.00. Cardin.
248-B. Albrook 86-621 9.

Settled Rainy-Season Weather
Forecast In June For : C.Z. Area

The following weather conditions
are based on past records and
mav be exoected to occur in the
Canai Zone end vicinity during!
June. ''i'"-i;j-vt,-A'f'
Weather:' Settled tainy season
weather with moderate to vr heavy
showers may be expected to- oc occur
cur occur -throughout the month. Mea Mea-sureable
sureable Mea-sureable rain: will be likely to oc occur
cur occur on about 20 days of the month
at. Balboa Heights and- 23 days at
Cristobal. The average total rain rainfall
fall rainfall for, the month "is 8.17 inches
at Balboa Heights, 11.58 inches at
Madden Dam, and 13.41 inches at
Cristobal. :There is, ;however, on-
lowed. When' In doubt as to users
a trail it is necessarv onlv to smell
a iey twigs at about the Jevel of a
fct.vaij a uat;a. iu taiuu jjecuusi
ana yatner noxious odor,,, u
band has .Passed recently. ''
! The, sounds made ,fcy? the 'piglike
annuals vary irom a puppyDliKe
bark to a deep, couvfhinii- erunt
wnen ttney are disturbed.; .The
rangev'or sound is great. Typical
sounds Accompany many 'activi
ties, 'such as a, grunting note of con
tentment while feeding to a piglike
squeal when one is bitten by an another.:
other.: another.: The voice of an, old boar is
threatening and is usually heard
just before be disappears into the
undergrowth. The animals an
parently are. on the move, in
groups of live to ten night and day.
Attacks on human beings who
get in tne way of a moving group
frequently have been reported but
oerhaps never fully authenticated
visitors to marro Colorado, how however,
ever, however, are advised to take no chan
ces with the tusked creatures.
There is one. sure way to safety
climbing a tree. The peccaries are
rnong the few animal of the rain
forest which cannot climb.
Nationalist China
Will Attack Any ;
Enemy In Formosa
TAIPEI. May 30 (UPIW Nat-
lortalist China warned today that
it will attack communist Chinese
military concentrations v which

win rau i vi ui'aa, t
: JRear. Admiral, Liu Hoh-Tu, the
nationalist military spokesman,
told a news conference "if any
hostile military power apnears in
our adjacent seas, we will con consider
sider consider it as a threat to our secur
ItV."
. Liu indicated that the American

equipped nationalist air force w'll
I he used to strike any hostile mil military,
itary, military, buildun nr eoqcentrai'.or.
which is intended i for ,! attacking
Formosa. ''Vvlj';'
j 'The Admiral declined to answer

! newsmen s ouesfions based

specific examples ,of possible com

mumst buildups on grounds
questions were hypothetical ''
JORDAN GETS VACCINE
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) Tfc
U. S. Embassy Jtoday oeiiv
ered to the Jordanian govera
ment 30,000 units of Salk anti

ho serum donated by. the r.li
Li lly Co: Jord a no wi; has -the
largest number of polio case's in
its history with 20 cases reported
in the town of Ramallah near Jer

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6oats.& Motors
FOR SALE : 15 footer 25 h.p.,
Johnson, trailer. Will sell sepa-
rately. 55I2-C. Diablo. 2-3188.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Puppies Cocker
Spaniel thoroughbred. $10.00.
3-1227.
Air Force Dsnisi
Aiding Rebels
. MANILA (UPI)- The U.S. Air
ForceVsaid today reports that A A-merican.
merican. A-merican. pilots from Clark Air
Force Base are aiding )the Inclo
nesian rebels are "completely un unfounded
founded unfounded and without basis.' ;
At the same time, an official
spokesman for Nationalist China's
Civil Mt Transport line t denied
that American Pilot Allen L. Pope
was working for CAT at the time
of his reported capture by the In.
donesian Loyalists. N
Pnoe. 29. of Homestead. Fla., is
said to have told his captors that
several S'AmeriMn puots station stationed
ed stationed at Clark Field in the Philippines
i 'ViPlninff 'the rebels. 5' ? ;
i. A 13th, U.S. Air Force r spokes-
siderahle .variation from year to
vear. The range from wettest to
driest' on, record is ,18.34 to 2.50
inches at BaiDoa Heignts,;zo.ai no
4.92 inches at Madden Dam, and
31.33 to 5.93 Inches at Cristobal.
V Temperature;: The' monthly man
air temperature will" average be between
tween between 80 and 81 decrees. The mean
daily ranee of temperature will
be .about 12 deerees on the Pact-
ficVside ind 40 degrees f 6n the
Atlantic side. -The "average daily
maximum-will -be 88 deerees and
the average minimuirf between 74
and 78 degrees. The highest, tem
perature on record for J,une is 95
degrees and the lowest 67. 'de 'degrees;
grees; 'degrees; f such extremes, however,
afe, of infrequent occurrence.
Huraidits1:' The relative humidity
"will average -85 per cent at Cris
tobal, 88 vper i- cent at VvBaiboa
Heights and, 89 per cent at Mad Madden
den Madden Dam. The daily range be between
tween between high andi low is greater On
the .Pacific side than at Madden
Dam or'.Cristobal. -,
Clouds and iSunshlne: v The' skv
will be partly cloudv to v cloudy
most of. the time with an averagjj
of 5 hours of .sunshine daily, and
with only 2 to 4 days witn no sun sunshine
shine sunshine .;at';aUi U
Fost Nighttime- and earlv-morn
mg togs may be expected occa occasionally
sionally occasionally over the ftailtard Cut seg seg-tion
tion seg-tion of the Canal and the, 8cen 8cen-tral
tral 8cen-tral ection !ofthe Isthmus ; along
the Trans-Tsthmian Highwav, but
none are likely'- to occur at eith
er of the Ctnal entrances Most
of the fogs form around the hour
of midnight and dissipate before
a:30 a.m.
WinHj- Winds will be bht and
variable with southest' winds pre predominating
dominating predominating on -the Atlantic Coast
nd northwest winds on thePaeU
flr. The avArae hourly velocity
for t.he mnnth. will T9ne betwen
v. 5 and, miles per hour on the
coasts and 2 to 4 miVs ner .hour
'i the interior. Local rain snd
thi'nr1e',storm mv he ixoocted
oi'ite frertuentlv. Durin? these to-.
cal sVms. pust of wihri with
velocities un to fl to 15 miles ner
hour mav h tinerl. but thev
are of too short, rl'irstion to cause
anv annrecjable. damage. ;

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irregularities that occur, involuntarily from time to time,
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX-
., Join our record club
ask how to obtain our
FREE album. This week only
i giant discounts new '
Tropelco $. A.
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. oin our record club v
ask how to obtain our
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giant discounts now
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mm
Lost: ; Police dog in Golf
Heights;, name Snoopy;- Reward.
No question askad. Call Lindo
Panama 2-1661. or 3-5445
1 ' r-i n .'7 '. i
man quoting Clark Field Officials
said the: report is completely un
founded and as far as they are con
cerned lsj without basis.','
The ; CAT spokesman .said Pops
applied for and was granted leave
without pay last month by the wifi wifi-out
out wifi-out pay jast month by the airliiie
founded by retired; U.S. Maj.-Gej.'
Claire L. Chennault. ; -1
'CAT has no knowledge, of his
whereabouts or1 personal endeav.
ors during his recent leave," the
spokesman' emphasized. -.,
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. TUL' BRYnAeR, -lcadinr chajracterln Dostoyevsky's
treat novel, "THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV follows Ban Banner's,
ner's, Banner's, outstanding portrayals in "ANASTASIA.'THE TEN
COMMANDMENTS" and "THE KlNT. AND I" for Which he
won the Academy Award, and MARIA SCHELL the great greatest
est greatest foreien sensation since Garbo.. OPENS ON, WEDNESDAY
4th. AT THE LUX.-. .

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SERVICES
3-mirmfe' cat wash $1, tteans
cleaning of motor $5. waxing ol
ears $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-lstb--
mian Highway near Sean,
T.V. SET OWNERS. Avail your,
self of the best for your T.V.
U.S. TELEVISION offer factory
trained technician plus ne pick pickup
up pickup and delivery charge. Phone
Panama 3-7607.
.TELEVISION SERVICE,' ability,
honesty, customer satisfaction.
6-MONTHS GUARANTEE. Fori
l mer Boston-Miami technician.
MR. TV. Phone Panama 2-
3142.
, FOR SALE
Swiss watches, wholesale price,
' L'OMNIUM I
- Central Ave. 13-35
V'tr Fhw Tel. 2-3992 1
Protect your- homo .and proper property
ty property against insect d a m a g a.
Prompt scientific treatmenf on
emergency or ; monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,'
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1 777.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All make,
all' work guaranteed. CALL N A-
TERS 103 Colony 8057!. 7th
Street, i V,-;i; i ;
. WANTED: Combination cook,
housekeeper,' maid of European
t ancestry who apeak ; English.
tCaH 3-T039. hetwen 8-12 .m.
and 1:30 4,:30 p.m. for ap-
pointment. i ..
KARAMAZOV"
BAZAAR
for i prompt attention
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Jimmy; Bryan Wins
After Big Pileup
Kills PatO'Connor
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. : : INDIAiWPOUS, May 30 (UPI)

- -Jimmy Uryan. driving the sani?

car oam Hanks won with "la sj
' year, today won the.' 500 ,-. mi'-e
.Memorial Day race here.
' His average 'speed was 133.535
mph, which did not break the re?
ord' 1 f .'
' Other placings were,: ; j -;
; 2. George Amick
V 3. Johnny Boya v
4. Tony .Bettenhauser
' The race was marred by a 10 10-'
' 10-' car mushroom crash on the first
turn of the first lap. foiled in the
crash was Pat O'Connor, North
v Vernon. Ind.. who on the pole
position for the 1957, race and who
uuauueu lui iiua -jeai s iuu at
144.824 mpn.j ; ,
Other drivers in the crackup,

. the worst on the track since 193U

when- seven cars crashed on the
same turn, were Bob Veith Ed

Elisian and Len Sutton. .,
- '.there were meager details Oh
how the accident occurred. ;
, One report said .hat Elisian, in
' the first row of starters, skidded
going into the turn, hit' the wall
and was hit by another car. Then
the resi of the closely buncned
j field piled up without a chance
to escape '
Car 4, drivtn, by OCennor
' was reported to have turned o
Vtr and burntd. Tho firo was
Xiinguithcd quickly, but t h
'driver of tho ambulanct a. track
guard reported tht drivtr of
; tht car was dtad. Later, Dr.
C. B. Bohntr off dally rtport.
. orf O'Connor doaV
' Car 92 driven by Unser, went
over the wall, Unser was hurt,
but not ; seriously,; and retained
, iConsciousness. '

The wreckage was cleared from
fh tract a nnioklv a nnssihiA i
and after 25 mmu es, d u r i a e
which the field made 18 laps, the
green light came on," permitting
tht racers to resume top speed.
" Rathmann said thai Elisian "hit
the brakes" and started the chain
reaction.
1 ; Jimmy Reece, also involved in
the crack-up, ; anaeed to k e e p
oing and remain the race. i
Cuban Army Says
Troops Have. Killed
31 More Rebels

' t' HAVANA (UPI) -'The Army
. tnnounced last night .v that
" loyal vroops killed 31 rebels in two
clashes Tuesday in Oriente Prov.
; ince,' scene of a recent upsurge
1 id antigovernment violence. -.
v. X headqi'arters announcement
- ',fM K -Mdiers were lost in either
tncounter. f t
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communique said troops at

' Cauto Embarcadero killed 13

. rebels and captured 10 shotguns
."., ','grea. quantity' of am am-munition.
munition. am-munition. At Las Mercedes, the

- anrouncement said, government

' 1 18 rebels and seized
18 shotguns and a w'v.rf. h.
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The army chargei that the
v rebels had been "rustling cattle.
' burning harvests and des roying
houses and farm equipment" in
eastern Cuba. ..

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SIX OF THE SEVEN EMPLOYES retiring from Canal service during May received their retirement certificates personally
from Gov. W. E, Potter. They are shown here' with Potter inhis office at Balboa Heights shortly after the ceremony. From
left to right are' Raymond E. Forbes, supervisory sanitation inspector; Capt. Albert J. Mathon, Fire'Captain in Balboa' Mrs.
Dorothy E. Hamlin, accounting clerk in rthe' Accounting Division; potter; Capt. Charles S. Townshend, Panama Canal pilot;
Fred J. Blohm. lead foreman painter. Maintenance Division; and Walter A. Wleman. assistant housine manaeer in Balhna

Ernest' P. Muzzio, plumbing Inspector in the Contract and Inspection Division, who also retired

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3 Retiring Ldnal employes

Have Over 30 Years Service

' Seven employes, three with more
than 30 vears o service,, were
retired from the .Canal oigamza.
tion during May and weie pre presented
sented presented with retirement certificates.
One of the employes was Capt.
Charles S. Townslrend' e,lt0'1 Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama Canal pUot, w, is leav.
ing the Canal organization ;. after
35 years of service.
their
Others retiring in may,
nnsitions and length of service fol
i0w:i ' '
Fred J- uionm, aa
Malntpnnnrp Division: 13
uauivv f
vpars. two months and e t g n t
days. 'V
Raymond fi. roroes, suijeiviou
ry sanitaUon inspector. Division of
Sanitation,. 34 years, five month;
Mrs. Dorothy EJ Hamlin; v ac.
counting e'erk, Accounting Djvi
sion; 17 years, ana iwo ay
. Capt.' Albert rnauns,
niwision 31 "vears. one
Fire
nionth
and 14 days. : ''.,;,''
. Ernest P. Muzzio, plumbing uu
spector, i Contract and Inspection
Division 18 years, seven months
Wa ter A : Wieman,v assistaii
hnnalno rtiAnaPAl. Balboa. Housing
Branch: 29 years, sixononth and
9K Hav ... ''
A native of Palatine. Illinois,,
Rinhm (wrved with the U.S. Army
rtnrins the- first World. War, He
gut pAnlnvedbv the .'Canal in
1945 as a painter foreman in,.the
Building Division, since ne
has been lead painter foreman jn
th Maintenance i Divisio. ', ,
Blohm is leaving the 1 1sthmus
next week for' the United" States
and p'ans to make his f u u r e
home in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
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jTorb'es was born in Kerney, Ne Nebraska,
braska, Nebraska, and is a U.S. Navy World
War I veteran j He was employed
in 1923 as a policeman in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Distract and was transferred
to the i Division of Sanitation in
1926. All of his service since that
time has been with the Sanitation
Division both in Panama and the
Canal Sone. Since 1951, he has
been supervisory sanitation hu
spector.
: He and Mrs.'. Forbes, who i has
beep School Nurse on the Pacific
Side for several years,, Jiave al al-ready
ready al-ready left the Isthmus' and will
travel in the. United States before
deciding where they will make
their permanent home. ' ? t
Born in Cleveland, Ohio,"( Mrs.
Hamlin came to: the Isthmufc with
her parents in 1912. She was em.
ployed briefly in 1915 as a clerk
in the Accounting Division and
was reemployed in 1941 as a clerk
in the same unit,
After her retirement, Mrs.. Ham.
lin plans to travel in Europe and
the' United States. She expects to
make" Jier permanent home in Cal Cal-ifornia.
ifornia. Cal-ifornia. -.", i
Mathon is a native of Waterbu.
ry, Connecticut, and also! served
with the U.S. Army "during the
first EWorld War. He joined' the
Canal' organization in 1927 as a
machinist in the Ancbn Shops and
was transferred the same, year
to the Caal Zone Fire Division.
During his years of service, he
has been stationed in most of the
Pacific; side communities. He has
been a Fire Captain since 1956.
Mathon "was training olficer for
the Balboa Fire District during
the consolidation of the fire light,
ing facilities in the Canal Zone
last year and took: charge of the
training of- 67 ,firemen recruits.
-. Captain1 and Mrs.. Mathon plan
to make their home in Panama.
' Muzzio was- born In the N e w
York City and is a veteran of the
First World War. He was employ,
ed by the Canal in- 1939 1 as a
lumber in the former -Building
ivision and later was transferred
APPROVE OIL DEAU L
TEHRAN, Iran '. (UPI) L. The
1 11 a n t a n senate 'toay rati,
fied a new oil deal with the Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil : Co.. of Indiana which
would give Iran 75 per cent of
the profits. The bill 'now goes bv
courier to Shah Mohammed Reza
Hahlevf, .now on tour of the Far
East, for final approval.' i
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to the Maintenance Division. He
was promoted to plumbing inspeo-
tor in uie contract and Inspection
Division in 1952. . c
Mazzio left the Isthmus late In
May to make his home in Belle Belle-Ville,
Ville, Belle-Ville, New Jersey. .. t ,
A native of Brooklyn, New York,
Wieman is a Navy veteran and
was, employed briefly by the Ca.
nal, as a clerk in the Record Bu.
reau in 1922. He was reemployed
in 1929 as a foreman in the for.
mer Commissary Division and Was
transferred to the office of1 the
District Quartermaster in Cristo.
bal in 1933. f
' All of his Canal service since
that time has been ith the1 pres.
ent day Housing ; Branch with
which he has served in Gatun,
Cristobal, Gamboa, Pedro Miguel
and Balboa. In 1951, when the
Community Services Bureau was
reorganized, hd was made assist,
ant housing manager in i Balboa.'
Wieman left: the Isthmus Maty
29 for the United States. He and
Mrs. Weiman, who has operated
the Balboa beauty shop for many
years,- plan to make their future
home, In Florida.
Weather Or Not
' .! riiV,.'..,-:-.. i,
This weather report for the 34
hours ending i aJii. today, is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrbgraphic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
c i Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High.,
Low ; .'
87
76
"Y:
."'W't
' 92 :
'80
sw-ie i
HUMIDITY:
High
Low s.t...,
'..
95
71
WIND: ;
r (max.- mpb) ;NW-7
RAIN finches)'' .11 f
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 84
85
SATURDAY, MAY il I ;'
High .,. Lnw
2:00 a.m. . 1 8:17 a.m.
2:19 P-m. 8:49 p.m.
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i 1 A group of diplomats, headed by Papal Nuncio Msgr. lulgo Punzolo and Including
Judges, representatives ot the press and other distinguished members of the community a 1

private screening at tne lux ineatre. of the only film on Russia, entitled 'This Is Russia,
filmed by an American who succeeded In crossing the Iron Curtain. This production con
' atltutes the only authentic documentary film on Communist Russia lit existence, and re received
ceived received favorable comments from the group which attended the screening.

from service this month, was

4 Local Raters
Have 169 Years
Between Them
Sixteen non U.S. citizen em
ployes, four-with more than '"40
years of service," will be Vretircd
from active Cm I service a: the
end of May and ransferred to the
disability reiie I 11 effective June
1, according to the Personnel 'Bu 'Bureau.
reau. 'Bureau.
, :.-;.vv X,m ;'.::. Q'-.i v.;;
( These employes with 40 or I
mere years of service were
Jhn Davis, foreman at Gorgat
Hospital i with 44 years, Victor
C. John, foreman in the Supply
Division with 41 years; Noel
Richards, oiler in the Locks Di
vision with 43 years; and Divi.
Sion with 42 years; Noel Rich
ards, oiler In the Locks Divi Division
sion Division with 43 years; -and FerdU
nand A. Smith attendant at Co
ron I Hospital .with 41 years.'
' -
Other retiring their titles and
length of service are: Garvey A.
Brown, helper in the .Electrical
Division, 27 years; Eustace Bur Burton,,
ton,, Burton,, dock employe, Terminals tDi.
visiofl, 17 years; (Andres A. Cobos.
dock; employe, Terminals Division,
3 years; George R, Downie, heln heln-er
er heln-er electrician, Dredging Division,
38 ; years; i Eva Francis, helper
in the Supply Division,. 16 years;
Arion Huggins, oiler in the Navi Navigation
gation Navigation Divisioni 39 years.. ;
rasquai javer, watchman, ; at
Corozal Hospital,1 36 years; Alex
ander Leslie, laborer in the Rail
road Division 32 years! Tom as
Munoz, oiler in the Navigation D
vision. 37 years; JoseDh N. Pre.
.cott, mason in the Locks. Division,
av years; uemetno uios, a o c k
employe; Terminals Division, .12
years; and Jedekiah N. Walker
deckhand in the Navigation Divi
sion, 30 years. , i
The wav some oeoole murder
' Englisnyou wonder why It hasn't
become a dead tanguoge.

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Soften

PARIS, May 30 (UPI)
bling blacK to .Cen. Charles
ment of Public Safety," asked
office. tsi-

It was a further indication of the Soci alists staHv

of unyielding oppositioh to the
koa BCrrlkA ha 41.. n

mh vniwH as ma urn; man wnu can s8 v6 rraiice from civil war. J--
v?: The Socialistsent former. premier Guy Mollet.to see De Gaulle and to' ask him
about h'a plans before they place their final approval on him.
; Meanwhile, reliable sources reported th at one of n naniiAU fir.t .-."nirsi.'

takes office will be to visit
and France.
De Gaulle plans this, the
soluble unity" of France and
Hp will take (hp nnnnrt.ntiltv aUn
to straighten out relations with
ireni Kaoiu salan. commanrier.in.
chie' nf thn 4nnnni) man Frcn-h
army in A geria, and the AH-A1.
eeria "Committee of Public Safe
ty."
The '.Socialist'.-' cnpelflpallv
wanted to ask De Gaulle fnr "rla'
rification" of his plans to re'orm'
the constitution.
-, LSt jiight a minority of 20
hold out against De Gaulle and
the meeting with him today wat
decided in en attempt to swing
unanimous backing for him.
Mollet. who is svmnathetic tn
De Gaulle, sped at once to ,Co om.
bev-les.dfiux.EelisfK t.n spo him
Mollet was accompanied on the
mgnt oy special plane by. floor floor-leader
leader floor-leader Maurice Deixonne. m
President Rene flntv, hart whin
pei France's middle-line, parties
mio wnat ,ne hoped would be a
solid 'ineup today to sweep.! De
Gaulle into the nation's driving
se?t.
But the Socialist.!!. riiviHor! a.
mone themselves, still hnrkeH a.
gainst giving the final go-ahead.-
coiy g acuon was prooahly un unparalleled
paralleled unparalleled in French history the
Chief of Stale negotiating on be.
half of the premier.designate. But
De Gaulle has reiused o become
tied up in party horse-trading.
Mindful o". the continued dang danger
er danger of .an armed coup by the Army
or a Communist attempt to take
opwer if the negotiations 'dragged
on interminably, Coty was pushing
them ahead at a fast clip. ,.
Rcl'able sources said both ne
andiDe Gaulle hoped to nave the
party line-up .- completed in time
lor De Gaulle to appear before
the National Assembly by Mon.
day;:'- i-x::x.-y;;t &,H'M-i-:r;!,y:Qi;-there
were said hpping for an
be possible by, tomorrow.
Lebanese Army
B$efs Up New"
US-Hade Tanks 1
BEIRUT Lebanon (VPl) The
Lebanese army, trying to put
down three-week-old rebellion,
was beefed up by 18 new Amor-ican-made!
light canks today.
At the same time, moderate op.
position leaders made conciliatory
moves to end the violence that
has kept the government of oro oro-Weslern
Weslern oro-Weslern President Ca miller Cha Cha-moun
moun Cha-moun on the verge of a crisis.
'The tanks, M41 Walker Bulldogs,
arrived Wednesday aboard a U.S.
military transport.
. They were part of ,: a normal
U.S. military aid program hut
were' sent ahead of. schedule be-
cause of the outbreak of violence
in Lebanon.
Lebanese police and gendarmes
sealed off the Beirut, dock area
where the. tanks' were being de de-livred
livred de-livred from U.S. Army Ordnance
stocks in Bremerhaven, Germany.
On the political scene. Moderate
Deputy Raymond Edde began ef
forts to persuade other opposition
leaders to accept Premier Sami
Solh's promise that President Cha.
moun would not run for a second
term. The constitution now bars
consecutive terms for one man,
His strategy apparently! was to
get the. Lebanese so interested in
politics they would stop fighting.

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Ariti-De Gaulle Si and

The powerful French Socialist
de Gaulle's immediate rise to
today for a preview, of his
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former. Free French leader
...U-4 i w
Algeria to restore the broken
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sources said, as a symbolical
Algeria. 1 ",
Msryclow ;ad
Insldlsd
' A new revolutionary system
has been : installed beside the
Central Theatre, in GRECHA.
under the name "QRECHA'S
MUSIC BAR",, where musical
cocktails are served by means of
audiphones. v t
: The system is vervs- simnle:
vou c.nrrfOi'i'"'iw i on of -the
cha.'rs of the GRECHA 'S MUSIC
BAR," ask for:-' "an. ELVIS
PRESLEY' Martini" or "a PAT
POOMT OM F''!1-'n""f" n NAT
KINO COLE' dalaniri" and right
away you are served.
; The' only thin? you have-to do
is to nlace the ; two audiphones
in hoth ears anri vnn dm renriv
to submerge into the spellbound
or me-music selected by you,
Immediately you will feel, the
music comhw from he top- of
vour head w'th a sound AinWt
sterephonlc; (In order to get this
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feelinsfwe recommend that you
use both audiphones).
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G RE C H A., hee Central
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vites invites you to have a musical
cocktail of your ch61ce, At no
CHARGE. ;
We are sure that you .wlll n n-Joy
Joy n-Joy this : system and that by
visiting GRECHA'S MUSIC
STORE your Record Library will
be more complete, because GRE GRECHA
CHA GRECHA receives .F,vf"y wffk
Rfiveral nrriers nf New tJecnrrt
and HITS Records.
The new prices at GRECHA'S
sre $1.25. $1.80 2.98. $3.25 nd
S3. 98 on brands as siood as DEC DEC-CA
CA DEC-CA CAPITOL. LONDON, VIC-
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