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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PREVIEW OF COMING ATTRACTIONS Setting a .precedent, Fort Amador NCO s,- left to
righf, Sfc. Charles J. Letteney, MSgt. Bernard P. Weber and Sgt. Raymond Bklund create
their new lnsigne from the old ones as word was received in; the command this week from
the Denartment of the Army of the toew enlisced grade structure. Letteney and Ekhind are
SgnS tc I HeadquartersTuSARCARIB, and WeDer is in the 62rid Machine Records Unit at
' Fort Amador. (U.S. Army Phpto) -,"'.'

Chiriqui Land
Spent $15 Million
Here Last Year

TV" 'rhirimil. land' Company
iv spuit more' Wan $15)00,000 in Fa.
ijama during 1957, according to a
" statioUcal pamphlet issued .by the
company Public Relations pmce.:
The company,iwhichiis the
nama subsidiary of the United
Fruit Co., exports bananas and ca.
cao grown in the provinces of On.
- riqui and Bocas del Toro. v
, The tompany's payroll I or the
-year amounted to $10,643,856 10
.and local purchases to $2,633,549.
'." Tax payments to the Panama gov,
ernment and to municipalities to.
tailed $2,091,390.95
The average work force M we
company numbered 11,295 full-time
. employes. t ,' 'v
nrniliirtioii during the

' year was 10,732,000 stems of which
9,015,650 were exported and 1,71b,
lnst because of storms

t"Wu ., .,- 1
- and other causes. ,

Cacao exportation amounted, to
k ncn cna miinri: most. Oi WhlCu
came from the cpmpany's planta.
tions in Changuinoia ana uuduuu
in Bocas del Toro province
. i 1 i
New 4-Ccnt Stamp
For Canal Zomans
' i i i -. J ., ( ... :
In Next Few Weeks
: 'som'.Hm. In tht ..w h jg

f buT. ntw fourUeti port.w
iump, th. urr.nt issu. Pans.
ma Canal Rtvitw rveas.
' it will be th. first four-ctnttr
to bt Included in what postal po;
p. c.ll th. "ordinary s.n.s'
(s .gainst .ir.m.il .t.mps) .nd
. sine. th. Gorga. Hospit.l m.
m.morativ. st.mp l.it Nov.m.
'''' hr" 1
No Issu. dat. has k..n i.l.ef..
"d Tb.e.o. Cn.l Zon. postal .u
thoriti.s Hav. not y.t ,n2
bow ong it will t.k. th. Un.t.d
" St.ts Bur..u of Engr.ving and
Printing to produc. th. now Zon.
Th. ww st.mpwilt h,w .n.
' th.r distinction. It will b. th.
first multixolor.d st.mp .v.r
iso.d by th. Can.l Zon. .nd,
at far as oldtim.rs c.n r.m.m.,
br th. first to hav. Pnama
Lin. ship as its tubj.ct. ; t
Legion Post Will
; Accept Other'
Flags For Burning-

The American Legion Post No.
1 announced today that mdividuals
who-have unserviceable American
flags may have them included in
the flag burning ceremony scircu.
.iiIpH fnr Fridav. June 13. 1 (
' Flags may be delivered to the
' Balboa Police Station or the Ame,
rican Legion Club at Ft. Amador.
Arrangement can also be made
to have the flags picked up by
tplenhonine Balboa 1524. i
The general public has been In.
vited t to attend the ceremonies
- which are echeduled. t begia at
the' Goathals monument in front
of. the Administratioa Building in

Balboa. ...

p-M niiiniiiiiiiiiM"iW:whtTfninmi ti r m.HQiiiiimiiiiim

New Insignia" Titles ;

With New Enlisted Grades

With the addition of the new en-'
listed grades E-8 ind E-9, a new
structure of enlisted insignia ana
titles hsrs been-establishpd and ap
proved for immcdialei.i.inomcifca immcdialei.i.inomcifca-tion,
tion, immcdialei.i.inomcifca-tion, the Department of Army an announced
nounced announced this week' ''.
Headquarters USARCAKI an;
nounced yesterday that there wiil
be, no change in the present siripes
here until implementing directives
have been published m the com
mand. 1 ,.t
The present insignia of grade for
enlisted oersonnel in sDecialist
grades E-4 and,E-a will continue
to be issued and worn until Oct. 1,
will be available for issue and
sale. Conversion to the new insig.
nia by enlisted personnel in these
insignia ot rank in tnese grades
will be available for issue a n d
sale. Conversion lo the new insig insignia
nia insignia by enlisted personnel in these
grades will be completed by Octo.
ber 1961. '.- ,
In rank E.9, th. two titles will
be sergeant major nd special specialist
ist specialist nine. Th. sergeant major's
insignia will b. th. present mas mas-;
; mas-; ter sergeant insignia with star
in th. center. The specialist
nine's insignia will b. the pre present
sent present master specialist Insignia
with two inverted chevrons..
" In rank E-8, the two titles will
be master sergeant or first serg
eant,, specialist eight, the pre.
sent master sergeaci or 1 1 r s i
sergeant insignia will serve fori
Patients,, Staff
VJho s Who To
Patients and even the staff of
Gorgas Hospital will need, and il
lustrated Who's Who within the
next few weeks to keep up. with
the goings and comings scheduled
for the hospital's v professional
staff the current issue of the Pana.
ma Canal Review says. .
: From the Hospital Directors
o'l ice down to the list of Interns,
ther. will b. old faces missing
now-faces apper !ng until al almost
most almost th. end of I ; summer.
As this-Js'sue oi ihe Review ap
pears. Col. Morman H. wiiey. wno
has headed Gorgas Hospital sinc
April 1956, is aborad tne Military
Transport Goetnais en route to ine
United, States: He is retuing,yui-
untarily- irom the Army Medical
Service after 3a years' active serv
ice and will join the Pennsylvania
State Department of Health.
Colonel Wiley will be succeeded
by Col. Thomas G. Faison, who is
due about the middle of July from
Fort Jackson. S. C. where he las
been post surgeon and hospital
commander. A native of Wmston,
N. C, Colonel Faison is, married
and has two children.
lie is a gradua e of the North
Carolina State University 5 and
took his medical training at tlitH
Medical College of the University
of Virginia and a degree in Public
Health work at Johns hopkuis.
During World k War 1 H, he served
in Europe, and during the Korean
War he was with headauariers of
the Eiehth Army in Japan.
Also en route to the Unite
States is Maj. E. R. Hartmann, or.
thopedk, surgeon. .iMajor jlarh
mann has been at Gorgas Hos Hos-pi.al
pi.al Hos-pi.al since August 1955. His new
assignment is at the U. S. Air

this rank. The specialist eight will

wear the present master specialist
insignia With one wvertea cnev cnev-rinf
rinf cnev-rinf
' Rank El' will be referred to at
platoon sergeant or sergeant first
class, (and specialist seven:: In the
NCO ferade, the present sergeant
first fclass insignia-wiU be worn.
;Th Jffpecialist seven will wear the
present master specialist insignia.
Staff sergeant afld specialist six
will be the titles of rank E-6. The
NCO' will wear the present serg
eant insignia and the specialist six
will wear the present design for
thft snerialist. first ClasS.
In- rank E-5, the iW wijl be
sergeant and specialist 'five. .The
sergeant will wear a new Insignia,
three chevrons without the rock-
er. 'The" specialist five will wear
the present designator the special
ist second class.
In rank E-4,-the corporal' will
remain the ; same while wearing
the same two strmes without rock
er The new specialist title will
be specialist four and the present
insignia of specialist third class
will hp worn.
The private first class (E-3) will
wear the present design of one
chevron. Rank E-2 will be refer
red to as Private and will carry
no insignia. Rank E-l carries the
designation of recruit and carries
no insignia.
The new insignia of grade, for
specialsts wll be of size corres
ponding to the insignia of non com-
missioned officers.

Of Gorgas Hospital Will Need Illustrated

Recognize Hospital's Professional Personnel

Force Hospital. Keesler Air Force
Base in Biloxi, Miss. 1
He will be succeeded oy ur.
Ben L. Hull, a one-time hospital
int.rn here.- Dr. Hull served his
internship in '. 1925 and ;124,
when Gorges Hospital was still
known as Ancon Hospital. He is
a graduate ct; th University of
Pennsylvania AA.dic.l School
and has taken postgraduate work
at Jefferson Temple Medical
School, Massachusetts General
and New York Postgraduate hot
pit.is. y -Dr.
Hull Is one of the country's
outstanding orthopedic surgeons
and rs a diplomate of the Americ
an : Board of Orthopedics. He
comes here from Altoona, Pa.,
where he has been in private prac.
tice. He has been a requent visi visitor
tor visitor to the Isthmus.
Due. the end of next month to
succeed Lt. Col. R. L. bpann as
Chief of the Ear. Nose and Throat
Service at Go Has Hospital, is Lt.
Col. M. Lineback.'who is a dipiom
ate of the American Board of the
American Board of Otorhinolaryn.
goloy.' Colonel Spann left May 17
for his new 'post at Brooke Armys
Medical ; Center, in San Antomo
Tex, v.V .: .?:::-;-:1i..::X
Colonel Lineback, a native jA
Atlanta, Ga., is a graduate of
Emory University. He has -been in
the Army Medical Service sim:e
1942 and comes to the Canal Zone
from Fort Chaffee, Ark.
" Another shift due a little later
in th. summer is that in the post
' of Assistant Chief of the Surgical
Service and Urologist, now held
by Lt. Col. Clarence B: Hewitt.
He will be succeeded by Lt. Col.
Samuel Rodriguez i'ho Is com

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Five-Year: Pacific Locks

Overhaul To End JNexf Month

The five' year overhaul of thePa
cific locks enters its anal phase
this month with the unwatering
and overhaul of the centerwall cul
vert at Pedro Miguel oeing ine
last big job. This work is now
scheduled tor compieuon ; eany
in July, according to this month 3
Panama Canal Review, i
The overhaul of Pacific locks
was accomplished this year during
peak ot Canal traffic, curing
the first four months of this year
there Were 3,069 transits by ocean-
anina vaocola monv nf whlrh r
quired clear-Cut handling." 'r ;
This number was consiaeraDiy
m excess ot tne preuciea irauic
volume. The monthly average of
767 from January through ; April
was about 50 transits above tne
volume of ocean-going traffic dur
ing the 1953 Pacific Locks over.
haul. ;:i':r.v: 'Jt.l
Despite th.' heavy traffie,"
Svhich was continuing through
last month, there have been no
'delays of consequence t. shipping
durina th. overhaul ported.
- Although ; there is till another
month of work in the actual over,
haul,' and many weeks for clean cleanup
up cleanup jobs,' the locks overhaul force
has established a fine.' safety rec.
ord both in accident freauencr and
severity. The pacific Locks did not
equal 4he exceptional safety rec,
ord set during the Gatun -Locks
Overhaultwo years ago, :
' One" of the,, final phases of the
Pacific Locks wort, th. overhaul
of the west chamber at Pedro Ml.
euel. was oeme compieiea. vnis
week: The remaining worK is tn
overhaul of th. center will cul
vert there. This will require about
four weeks and under the, present
schedule all Locks -will return to
normal operations during th. first.
week in July "iv
A large number of personnel en.
gaged for this year's overhaul will
be discharged after the work' in
the west chamber is completed.
All of the personnel from Catun
Locks will return next j week to
their usual, assignments and th:
force-there will return to a five five-day
day five-day work week. The Pacific Locks
3-Man CZ Team
To Inspect US
Venezuela Mission
Three representatives of the In Inspector
spector Inspector General's office, U.S. Ar
my Caribbean will fly to Caracas,
Venezuela on Sunday, June 15, to
make the annual general mspex mspex-tion
tion mspex-tion of the U.S. Armv Mission ur
Venezuela and IAGS projects
there. ,.
' Lt. Col. Tom E. Cole," Maj
Charles W. Jagoe and Sfc. Pres
ton K. Shelton will, leave from
Tocumen Airport and are sched
uled to return fo the Canal Zone
on June 25.
ing her. from Fort Knox, Ky. A
native of Puerto Rico, he is a
graduate of the University of
Puerto Rico and Louisville Uh.
iverslty in Kentucky, He is a
diplomat, in Urology.
Another new face to be seen
before the end of the summer at
Gorgas Hospital will be that of
Capt.- Archibald v W. McFadden
who has been assigned to 'the
Gorgas Hospital staff as Derma Dermatologist,
tologist, Dermatologist, succeeding the late Dr.
Victor R. Hirschmann. Captain
McFadden was born in San Diego
holds his medical degree from the
University of Maryland and is
coming here from Walter Kee I
Hospital.
Returning this summer to rejoii
Dr. Erik W,, Michelsen, who was
In Pathology. He is joining tin
hospital staff as a pathologist.
Born in New. York City, he ia a
graduate of the University of Co Copenhagen.
penhagen. Copenhagen. In addition to IS medical in.
terns, Gorgas Hospital this year
will attain hav. a resident in
.hospital administration. He Is
Ronald H. Wilson, born in Ta Ta-'
' Ta-' koma Park, Md. and a graduate
of the University Miami. He
succeeds John E. Bertone, Gorg
as Hospital's, first Administrate
' Wo Resident.
The new medical interns, their
birthplaces and their medical
schools aref Pr. Harold Paul
Adolph, Laun, China (his parents
were meaicai missionaries), univ
ersity of Pennsylvania: Dr. Ra
bert Clinton Hall, Eyanstort, Ill Ill-University
University Ill-University of Michigan; Dr.. Hale
Lr Haws,""Anaheim, Calif ""Unit
ersity of California at Los Angeles
Dr. Mike Haves Fort Smith Ark.,

'Wild

force will continue on a six-da v
work week until the completion of
work in the Pedro Miguel center
wall culvert. : r
More work was involv.d in
th. Pacific Locks overhaul this
year then .v.r before, ten of th.
miter gates were removed for
overhaul and II of the rising-stem
vilves were replaced..
The replacement of th. rising,
stem v.lv.s, each of which weigh j
IS tons, Is a long-r.nge program
which was begun at Gatun dur.
ing th. 195. overhaul. v
Four of the lock gates removed
were those at the lower end of
Miraflores Locks the tallest and
heaviest of any, in the Panama
Canal. Each of these gate leaves
weighs 790 tons and stands 82 feet
high this was the first time they
were' removed from their pintles
in 28 years., k
1 While preparatory work for the
Pacific Locks overhaul was begun
many weeks in advance, actual
work at Miraflores Locks was be.
gun during the first week in Jan
uary. After completion of work in
the lock chambers at Miraflores
part of the force was moved to
Pedro Miguel and overhaul of the
east chamber there was begun
while other workers were still en
gaged In the overhaul of the cent
erwall culvert at Miraflores.
Th. overhaul project has been
under th. direct supervision of
Truman H. Hoenke, superintendent
of the Pacific branch of the locks
division;
lid! jl wbbi.
D::::ijft To llove
To B::boa Offices
As part of a regular round rob
in or, TV. H. Grant ana ur. tior.
ace Fdster will move within a few
weeks from their present offices
in a frame building opposite the
former Ancon Post Office building
to a frame building directly be
hind the one-time Balboa dispel
sary according to the current is
sue of Panama' Canal Review.
The new dental clinic, Building
721X. ha been used for some time
as a First Aid Station. The "-First
Aid Station has moved into the o'd
Dispensary Building,"; into space
formerly used oy the Girl Scout
Office..; ::' i-'V
, The Scout office m turn has been
transferred to the old Special En
eineerine Division building in Dis
bio Heiehls. (Bids are to be ODen
ed about the middle of this month
for the necessary changes to be
made for the new dental clinic
and the round robin of moves will
not be completed until later : this
The present 'dental clinic which
Dr. Grant and Dr. Foster now oc
cupy will be demolished when they
move, to their new location.
University of Missouri: Dr. Joyce
N. Herroid (the only woman in
the group), Lancaster Ohio, Un,
iversity of. Cincinnati; Drv Thom
as Varien Hmkle, Houston,! Tex,
University of Texas at Galveston
Dr.. Kenneth W. Hjortsvang Chic
aeo. 111.. University of: Oregon,
Dr. Kenneth G: Korver, Marshall
Mich., Universif of Colorado;' Dr,
Kooert U'iNicnois, fiusDurgn, fa
Universityof Chicago (he already
has his Ph.D and is a fellow of
the Royal Society of Tropical Med
icine ) ; Dr. Patrick Xuois Pierce,
Fayetteville, Ark.,, University : nf
Tennessee: Dr. Mason Walter
Robison. Mullan, 1 Idaho, universi
ty of Oregon; Dr.i Daniel Jacob
Schneider, Madison, Wis., Univer University
sity University of Calif ornia at, Los Angeles;
Dr. Angus B. Stewart. Klamath
Falls, Oreg., University of Oregon;
Dr: John Reed Ward. 1 Muncie,
Ind.; Inditna University ; and Dr.
L. Dennis weidon, 5acramento,
Calif., University of Iowa. (;
Temporary
Reporter Job
Now Available
A temporary vacancy exists, in
the USARCARIB Judge Advocate
Section for a court reporter, pre.
ferably with some military court
experience who is not presently
employed by the U.S. government.
i The employment will be for ap.
proximately two months. Inquiries
may- be -made-at-ForUAmador
3221 or at the Judge Advocate's
Office," IBldg, 2, Fort Amador,

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" ORA M. EWING
Oldtimer Ewing
Dies Following
Years Of Illness
1 A long-time Zone resident from
the early construction days, Ora
M. Lwins. died lasLjucbt at Gor
gas Hospital at the ige of 79. 4.
Mr. Ewing who retired in 1940,
was well-known in tne istnmian
community having been active in
many organizationsi He had been
in ill health for years and entered
Gorgas Hospital ; several monins
ago. ' 1
Born in Glenville W. Va., be
served as t sergeant in the west
Virginia Second Volunteer Regl.
ment 3 during tne spanisn-Ameri-can
War. :;--
He came to the Isthmus in Nov.
ember; 1906 and was employed as
a time-keeper, with, the1 Sanitation
Department of the Isthmian Can.
al Commission, in tne oince 01 ww.
William C Gorgas.
Throuch his years 4 of employ.
ment in medical storehouse work
Mr.. Ewing became' a close friend
of the top medical men who were
in the Panama Canal service both
itorlntf and oftr mnstxilCtion.
He was promoted to medical
storekeeper- in Ancon ( now Gor.
gas Hospital) in 1912 and when the
services were consolidated in J922,
Mr. Ewing was transferred to the
Storehouse Division' of the Supply
Department.' He held the position
Of general cierK upon ins, reure
mpnt. in October--1940. ': H
One of the founders of (he Pa.
nama Golf Club, he also took an
active part in the social life of the
Isthmus and had many friends on
both sides of the border, Ha was a
member of the Gilmer County Ma.
son's Lodge 111 in West Virginia
which his srandfather founded and
Wll a member also of the t Elks
BPOE' Lodge 1414, the American
Society the Society 01 tne vnagres
and ot consmicuon way j wiuwm.
erS.i;' ... ''i' v::,:-',e:.,.!''.,ri.:
: ,1: v : ,;V'-.- V'N.i(.vi.51f.,
, Surviving him 1 are his v w lie
Mrs. Winifred Ewing;. two daught.
- Mr.. Ora V. Stich of Los Rios
nd Mrs, Otto X-Hausmann: of
Panama City; and, r grand-daugh.
ter Ann Sttch. v
Funeral services will be announc
ed later; y;?:
PC Lists 29
In This Week's r
Vacancy Bulletin
v Twentv-nine ; positions. Including
two in the Postal Division and
two in the Electrical Division, are
listed on the transfer-vacancy bul
letin issued this week by the Pa
nama'; Canal Personnel Bureau,
, The two openings in the Post.
al Division are for substitute dis
tribution or window clerks. The
Electrical Division5 position are
for .wiremen on the Pacific side.
Other "positions listed are: Hos Hospital
pital Hospital attendant, automotive machi machinist,
nist, machinist, civil engineer, t'erical. clerk-
stenographer clerk typist, road
and yard conductor, cc accounts
supervisor,; electrician, engineer,
ing designer, stockman foreman,
general engineer, maintenance
machinist, medical tef : -ician, mo motor
tor motor boat operator, f Me helper,
lock-operator pumpina plant 0-
perator, tire and tube repairman,
and secretary.

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House Sets Date

For Calling

CZ Legislation
1 WASHINGTON. June 7 (UPIUA bill tnKi;l

single wage scale for U.S. and local rate' employes in the
Panama Canal Zone will be called up in the House on
June 16, committee sources said today, i

The bill, approved by the House Post Office and Civil
Service committee this week, spells out iii detail the con controls,
trols, controls, guides and protections under which the wajje scale
is set for various job classifications. Vi : i
a,so wil1 bring under the wHrementjyitem'- some
7000 local rate employes of the Panama Canal Company

ui imc v-anoi .one uovernmenr wno are not jiow cover covered
ed covered by retirement programs

i n? principle or tne single wage scale was set fortli
in 1 amemorandum of Urfderstanding.1 accompanying the

J "71' j nB jenare passed a single wage scale bill
last year but would have to agree to a number of tech,
meal changes madeby the Houji if the bill is passed by
the. House in its present form, fs expected, t 1 f

John A; .'C-7.c To Replace Strciiss

At Atomic Energy
WASHINGTON (UPIWJohn.A.
McCone, a Los Angeles Industrial.
and former deiense official in
the Truman administration, was
named Friday to replace Outgoing
Chairman Lewuis L Strauss on
the Atomic Energy Commission.
President Eisenhower sent the
56-year-old Republican's nomina.
tion to the' Senate. But he with,
held appointment of a new AEC
chairman until McCone's mem.
bership is confirmed. ,; t
the White House declined to
say whether McCone or one of the
four present commissioners would
be i g i v e n ... the chairmanship.
Strauss will vacate the post when
hisy five-year term expires June
30. .i;,..
, There had been some specula,
tion the President might promote
Commissioner Harold S. Vance to
the chairmanship. 1
V McCen. Is Californlan v
.'HcCner.wlios'.Widen'cvii'rt
San Marino, Calif.,- is president
and director of the Joshua Hendy
Corn, and board chairman of the
Pacific Far East Lines: He also
is a director of th. Pacific Mu.
tual Life Insurance Co.,, and tne
Industrial Indemnity Co.! ? :
. Mrs. Anna ,. Wheaton, f associate
White House press secretary told
newsmen McCone s Defense ue
pjirtment duties during the Tru.
man administration ranged into
thn atomic weapons field.
t, His service under the Demo
crats seemed 4 likely to h e 1 p
smooth the way for confirmation
A powerful Democratic bloc had
been primed for name u Mrauss
had accepted Eisenhower's offer
:.TAnnminat Vitm. k
Strauss himself had served In
the Truman administration as one
of the original, members ; of the
AEC from 1946 to 1950. But since
becoming chairman in 1953 he has
been -under Democratic fire on
issues ranging irom tne Dixon.
Yates power contract to high nu.
cleat policy., ,r ,,
, Strauss Cats' N.w Post':
The-62.year.6ld StrausaV'af for
mer New York investment bank.
ft
ese
Use Tanks, Planes
Against Rebels
BEIRUT, Lebanon, June 7 (UP)
A pitched battle in which Leba.
nese forces were using tanks and
jet fighters against entrenched reb.
els was reported raging today in
.1 -ia.. 1 m-: 11 a, '.: :
ure port city 01 miyvn.
Rebel sources Said the fighting
erupted shortly before dawn. They
said that in the first six hours the
insurgent forces lost 10 to 15 kill
ed and 30 to 40 wounded. There
was no estimate of casualties
mong the government forces.

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Commission Post
er, will stay, in the administration
as a special presidential assistant'
to promote Eisenhower't f'atomi
for peace" oroeram.
McCone Wit TTn'rfan
the ;Air Force in 1950 Ji after
serving as a deputy to the lat
Defense Secretary James Fwres.
iai in W48. Me was a member of
Truman's air, policy commission
in 1947-48. .,:''",,,"-.;'.: r.jy.
An engineerinf Dradiiattnr tim
University 'of California. -. Mc.
tones first Job was as a con con-struction
struction con-struction tniineir with th
Llewellyn Iron Works. He ortan
ed the Bechtel-McCone Corp., a
Los Artgeles engineering firm, in"
1937, and was, its .president for
eight years.
local 907 Olliccni;
WGeiiicralicii;
Of Foreign Minislry;
Officers of Local 807. th r&aA
forces employes local of the Gov- 1
ernment ana luivu Employes Or Organizing
ganizing Organizing Committee, AFL CIO,
were assured today by new For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister' Miguel J. Moreno
that they would continue to re re-ceive
ceive re-ceive the cooperation of thje For Foreign
eign Foreign Ministry in theit union acti-
VltieSf i" 2.- ,:,; v- -r
Moreno- also acr-pntoit in tnvifa
tion to attend" the installation of
me new Doara of officers, headed :
by Alfred J. Morris, later thii
month after the suspension of civ-
UDerties in mted.
A t ) 111 I
The labor delegation was head
ed by Jose de'la R. Castillo, out outgoing
going outgoing president of the local, and
included Morris, Victor' M; Fran Franco,
co, Franco, vice-president elect: R.' Mar
tin, treasurer:' H. Minnott,' secret
ary, and Wiuiam Sinclair, inter-
national representative of the
gceoc. :
Service To Mark, 3
Queen1s Birthday :
t 'Saint bike's; :
A special prayer for Britain's'
Oueen Elizabeth will be pfered '.
tomorrow at the Cathedff M St.
LuVe in Ancon. .J I
The congregation'- t-l& '.uh
the British comm -o lUnama
in honoring the -.en' birthday
at the aervice j
' Sir Ian Henderson, .the vilc 1
Ambassador to Panama will reaJ
the lesson from the Old and Nef

Testaments,
Bishop ..Reginald H. Gooden wil
celebrate, the Holy Communion al
the Cathedral, tomorrow being th.
first Sunday after Trinity. He w.lv
also officiate at th. 9:15 semt.

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UHm ere raceme' flraMhiBy aaeVere keaelee hi whalty cenrieeatial
" r cantribal a Utter cWa't IraeeHeat it Jeesal aspeet
Mat day. Um are pwblisliec) hi the ereler received.
Meats try te keea the letters limited to eae eage least.'

IHRIT ar aw in wmiri a avia in arrrarw niii
Tail acwiaaaar esseem aa retaensibilit tot atatemeers e
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THE MAIL BOX

MEN'S WORLD v
Bir:
' It's about time the management of El Panaam' Hilton re
.I...AJ. j i.. i- .nfi .Kn nrith main m&nazer.

. t guess they must have taken a aurvey and noticed Just how

inucii service me were
they had too many complaints.
. T. ...7i

many months was that whichever hostess happened to be on

fluty would sit ai wie maw
. red male customer wnue grui,
It was a pretty miserable

ihop la about tne oniy piace ui resiaeuw v w
Perhaps with a man on hand to really take care of the
business Instead of flirting with everyone who looks eligible, it
will do a lot to help their declining business m
. Male-Manafer Minded

J.C SUMMER

, The letter by "Eight O'clock Scholar" (MaU Box, June 4)
was very Interesting. I have another question regarding the
summer courses of C.Z. junior College. Why are toese courses
hot open for Panamanians? Even students of BHS or JC who
are not American citizens are not allowed to pay their dollars
and educate themselves; Rather than let us Panamanians par participate
ticipate participate In something worthwhile for our own money the
eoursea will be dropped becaust the attendance istoo low.
. Good Neighbor

STUDENT
Sir:

' "Call Me Reactionary (Mall Box, June 6) certainly signed
'off appropriately. I was pleased to learn through a recent news
story that the Canal Zone government was planning to set up
- a program to utilize the high school and college students In
their summer-work program. : ..
- All-of u have finished school (at some level) and have
rone out to seek employment. And there are probably very few
who have not appliedfor a job and received the answer, we
need someone with experience." I have often wondered Just how
these high school and college graduates are supposed to get
rortun'atelv the Civil Service Commission and many private
Industries In the, States have a summer program in which, they
can use students for the three-months' summer vacation.;
As for those-bitter department heads and administrative as assistants.
sistants. assistants. I would like to ask how they got Ithelr experience? Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps they have been in the Canal Zone Administration bulld-
Ins : to lonr that they have forgotten file day when they were
seeking a Job. I wouldn't be surprised If some of those -young
itudento who are starting out to make a mark in the .world
' won't do a better Job than some; of the groaning department
'tAa- Don't Call Me Reactionary
CONSUMERS COOPERATIVE
A group of forward-looking men and women headed by
' Hugo Reld made a determined effort some time ago to form a
consumers cooperative, mainly to aid Canal Zone employes who
were about to lose their commissary privilege. Membership .was
not limited to any one particular group, however, and it was
able to incorporate members among a wide variety of consumers.
The movement was looked upon with favor by officials on
both sides of the border to such an extent that it received semi semiofficial
official semiofficial and official aid Irom both Canal Zone and Panama.
Words of encouragement came from many other sectors, too.
The movement finally became fully organized and got off
to a start by setting up a filling station and two small grocery
stores. Lots of emphasis was placed on the need for full pa patronage
tronage patronage by members and their friends. For a tlme everything
seemed to be going well. Everybody made an effort to support
the enterprise, but from what I am told the spirit of cooperation
among members seems to be falling of f.
This Is regrettable, if true because once again the groups
who stand to gain the most through cooperative efforts are let letting
ting letting opportunity slip through their fingers. That sort of thing
has happened all too often, with no one willing to take the
' blame. Everybody blames the other fellow and Is all too willing
to show you where he made his mistake.
it's KMut time that this sort of thing came to an end. Let's
not blame the other fellow, who is doing his best. A better way
would be to Join in helping him. This way you can help to avert
any possibility of his failing. ;
I don't think the Panama Consumers Cooperative should be
' allowed to be only reasonably 'successful. It is the biggest op opportunity
portunity opportunity for residents of Panama City to emancipate them themselves
selves themselves from undue exploitation as far as consumer goods are
concerned. If 60 percent of the Canal Zone employes who live
in Panama city gave the cooperative their support in one year
It would be such a big business that Its members would Decerns
a real power In the community instead of being the poor ex exploited
ploited exploited -ones they are now., ,
' Let's hope that this letter will open the eyes of all concern concern-Id
Id concern-Id and that the Panama Consumers Cooperative will be glveu
a big boost in the near future. .

NEW WATER MAIN

'Blr:-. ,P V '!iJ,
! : 'it:f;.,.,,.j'','f K'1:it'''!''1n''!':,''
H Vehicular traffic between Panama City and the outskirts
lias been greatly hampered during the last several months be because
cause because of work being done in laying a water main.',
Despite the inconvenience being suffered by commuters who
hairs to drive, slowly through dug-up roads and make long de detours
tours detours at times, there has hardly been a erlpe on the situation.

We who live in the suburbs, and have sometimes had to be
without water for long stretches; are more than willing to make
any minor sacrifice now, if it means that some time in the
near future we will have all the running water necessary5 for

cur dally needs. v v -.
There's one thing, however,' that bothers the suburban dwel dwel-,lers
,lers dwel-,lers who live far out in Rio Abajo, Juan Diaz and beyond.
I The pipes have heen laid on Via Espana as far as the prlv-
at home of President Ernesto de la Ouardia, and now the work
I has turned. Into the JSan Francisco residential sector on Via Po-

Do plans call for extending the project on out to the Rio
Abajo and Juan Diaz areas where the poorer and middle classes
live, or is there no hope far. the relief of these folk who have
been the principal victims of Panama's inadequate water sys-

nemr
i A lot of people would surely
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in th rnffee hon for many
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set up, especially since the coffee
COURSES
ASSISTANTS
uoopertuon-iuinaea
s
like to know
'.Uvjt-fi-a-r Parched.

TUX

Labor News
And
Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL
From th fialds of ttw black
geld gushers cemet news that
the eil workers are planning
strikes of their ewn when the
believe they've got, the industry
ever a barrel. These stoppages
may not come for some months.
But when they do, the oil onion
will b fighting : for demands
mere daring and more dra dramatically
matically dramatically precedent-setting than
ven Wjltar Raufhar'c.
The International Oil, Chemical
and Atomic Workers Union, led
y mild-mannered Jack Knight, is
asking, lor example, that tne in.
dustry create a pool of money
which would pay for investments
on the stock exchange in the name
of each worker.
The union plan would have the
oil men nav mli rnusltv nn
w-i - v
each unit of whatever is produced
oe u a gauon oi oil or a pound
of some chemical.
This would be similar to John
Lewis' coal union royally of 40
cents' on each ton mined or Jim.
mie Petrillo's Musicians Federa.
tion royalty on each recording cut
and each sound track used in
films.
But there would be different
Once the money pool is big enough
ib wuuia dc pourea into securities.
There would be cautious invest-
menta.".''-'1
The Investment! would ha msife
in one lump sum. But each work
er, in mi own name. wmnn. num
part of the fund. This ownersmp
wouia oe ldb xnie tirnnpnv a th.
worker. If he quit tne plant or tne
oil field, or was lired, he would
get his share of the casn. If ne
died, his widow would'get it.
But he would not have to wait
until he lelt his job. lie coula witn.
araw his share whiln wnricinff
if he needed it to pay for tne edu
cation oi vounff men ami unmun
in nil lamilv of if he wanteri it
ior some suaqen emergency..
xae union says mat it Hopes to
win such a clause from averai
Omianie! thia vear anrl ma.
it a national demand auring the
next contract negouations 'on
the theory tha the members are
enuuea to snare in tne ex.
panaing production that.., tae
wealth of tne employers justifies."
jusi as startling is the union s
new severance pay oemahd -under
which a man with 30
years en tne fob, retiring at e4
years of ago, would get as much
as $18,000 when he left. The
formula here is two weeks pay
for every year worked up to 40
years ot age. After that there
would be 10 percent aooea to the
mount for everv vair M h
worker's ego over 4b. At 41 years j
wi, my, ii was ii out, i ine
worker would get two weeks,
J per year's work under 40 and
ten percent. At 42, he'd get two
Weeks per year and 20 percent,'
etc., up to two weeks and 200
percent at 40 years. That would
be the limit of the extra bonus.
There's a fascinatine lavnff rie.
mand. tno The uninn ia lfinu t.hs
industry to sign contracts which
A. U 1. J.I 1
sajr mat me employer must give
at least four montha notice bemre
he lays off five percent of the
worxers wnetner ne does this at
one time or over the period of a
year.
To avoid layoffsthe union would
have the employer wipe out over overtime
time overtime and Tenure the wnrlrino hnnc
before firing. If you cut the num number
ber number of hours, you stretch the work
over, more employes.
. Furthermore, the union l arm
ing that layoffs save the owner
money ana tne union wants a
share nf thia In tVi remainlna
..!. w WMi .VUI.U1UI.
workers. So it is demanding that
tne contract oe reopenaed tor new
wage negotiations every time the
boss lava off five nrecent either
one time, or over a year. a
In addition, there are demands
for waffe inpreaaea' and the usual
welfare and pension fringe, bens.
UlS...y '...t ..,.-. t ..
Rennrta from tha nil men 'inrll.
cats that they are Dositivelv rcariv
to take a show down ; strike.
They're in no mood for hew fash.
ions.
STRANGE SYMPHONY
LONDON (UPI) Dr. Ernst
Toch, 1950 Pulitzer Prize winner
for music, will present his Sym.
phony Number Three here Thurs.
day night, using musical glass
balls, a glass harmonica, a vibro.
phone and a "hisser." Toch, of
Santa Monica, Calif., explained
the "hisser" as a device that
"lets' off a 'terrifying noise like
escaping, steam from a train in
a station." ,..,...,
Egyptian hieroglyphic forms
one of the oldest known sys
tems of writing. Some in
scriptions ; have been ; found
that data back earlier than
3000 B.C. By 3000 B.C. Egyp
tian writing had developed I
from symbols i of ideas, to
sound signs, to a Series of signs
each representing a single let-.
ten, This "alphabet" contained
only consonants. v
J) Britannlca Jr.;lftieyctop4H;

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Walter Wihchell In

NEW YORKERS ARl
TALKING ABOUT
Broadway's lucky seven tho
seven sellout shows among the
22 attractions... The dollypaloe dollypaloe-let
let dollypaloe-let et the Cue de Paris. There
is nothing as entertaining as a
beautiful girl;.. Variety-'s acir
ate description of Van Cliburn
as musical Lindbergh''.,Ten
nesse Williams' eloquent Introi
ductien to the printed version of.
"The Dark at the Top of the
Stairs." Mr. Williams can make,
the alphabet dance... ; Teevee's
"Wide Wide World" exploring,
the jester's rttlm and getting
big, big laughs... Sid Caeiar,
whose ty show had 14 million
viewers.! During the period he
i ) was on the air, the sales ef hit
sponsor's products zoomed j 89,
' percent. Nevertheless, Mr. Cse.i
tar was fired. End of head-ihik-
, ing item... Coronet's shocker a a-bout
bout a-bout abortions: Every yea,r, a-
, bout 1,200,000 are performed in
this country, ;'. :J
. Zsa Zsa, the heppy-go luxury
girl. Her nightgowns cost $100 eachJ
...Geraldine Fitzgerald s protrayal
of a 5-letter female in the "Ten
North Frederick" flicker... Green
wich Village's annual outdoor art
show, especially, Jorge Sancnei
imaginative rainbows. A surreal surrealist
ist surrealist Rembrandt... Saga mag's, story
about Cecil B. DeMille. He'a as
fantastic as his films... The Sum
mer theatre circuit which Is exJ
pected to gross over $10 million
in 4 months... Jo S.affor'd lp,
"Swingin Down Broadway.", Slick
sweet and swift.. The Reader's Di Digest
gest Digest essay with an impertinent ti
tle: "What Keeps a Husband Faith
ful?"... The grimly titled Britsh
movie, "Blue Murder at St, Tri-
man's," which is a comedy.
The shocking report in a loc:l
paper; "Nearly eight months al alter
ter alter the abrupt dawn of the space
age, the United spates still has no
firm program; organization1 or
funds for the race into space with
the Soviet Union"... Holiday, mag's
poetry about Summertime in Man
hattan. Captures the spirit of the
citv when the livin' is easy. .1 he
fact that one in every 8 businesses
in this country is dependent oa
I am heavily in favor of young
love and. I know that soring exert
strange emotional influences, but
I am about as bored with Rpn-
cest Margaret's off-aeain-onaaain
road shqw with Peter Townscnd
as I am with rrencn policies.
. Mavbe we could clean up the
whole business if she adopted Ge General
neral General de Gaulle and made Town-
tend head man in France.:
Little Marearet Rose it a bie
girl now, no strafager to night clubs
and nicotine. Group Captain Town Town-send
send Town-send is as old as me. which ain't
young. Before Maggie hits tne
old-maid barrier, somebody ought
in atraicrhtort nil Curt- ''"pC'-r
frankly, I think that after a sum
of years' Margaret's wiil-niu'
wont-marry is about as irksome
a piece of news as Tommy Man Man-ville's
ville's Man-ville's latest love match.
Townsend hung aroun d Clar
ence House like a lovesick thool thool-boy
boy thool-boy recently, nne of his last Im.
promptu drop-ins lasted six hours
and was duly commemorated oy
the London Daily Express' front
page. The Palace issued a formal
denial that the lit)e girl would
marry old boy, wnicn sounded
miehtv lair a hnnafiit vnHal in
wind tunnel ,
Whether or not Princess Marga
ret takes a husband is not really
an eartn-shattenng evenu she. is
not really a- menace- to the British
Empire, as her chances of. suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding to the throne are nly

LNDEFEXEENT DAILY MV. SPAFEU

Ccme in, Sonny ....

si
...
V :
NEA Untt, Im.
the automobile industry. Sales of
new cars this year are 30 percent
below, last Which helps explain
the recession... The ,tv ingrate who
tinaiiy. improved his showby go-
in .iVwatiMi,.
'The Swedish flicker, "Time of
Desire," how ; playing en th
Coast. It was banned in soplni soplni-ticated
ticated soplni-ticated New York. The lex said
about the theme the better..Tho
McGulrs Sisters' platter of "Ding
Dong." A dilly... Jamet Yhuo
er'a comments about humor In
: the k New Republic. ? Extremely
provocative.., Jeanmalre'r torso
. tossing in the "Follies Bergere
movie..., The de luxe newspa;
perman stuff In Dangerous
Estate," a new tome. It notes
thet the British read twice at j
many papers, per capita, as Yen
kee Doodlert..; The latest war:'
Ezra. Stone blasting the Actors
Studio in TV Guide... New York's
Police' Commissioner Kennedy
reporting a 13 percent increase
in juvenile deliinacy. Tragicaiiy :
the streets have become e bat
tlefleld. : ?
"Comie strip' at the Barbizon
Plaza, attracting a full quota i
raves. I:' Is theatrical, raritv: Su
perior satire..; Andy Griffith re repeating
peating repeating histage click in the' cel celluloid
luloid celluloid version of "No Time for
Sergeants".i.vThe studio audience'j
ovation for Van Cliburn via Steve's
Allentertainment... Jo Mielziner's
scenery and lighting for c "Look
Homeward, Angel," A major rea reason
son reason why the hit is a hit...- Ben
Silberrnan's -"Jewish Music" ? al album.
bum. album. Delightfully arranged folk
songs... The Saturday Review's
rogue's gallery of historical vil-lains-from
Attlla to Hitfer. A fas fascinating
cinating fascinating tour through the dunge dunge-ons
ons dunge-ons of history.,, Judy Holliday's lu lucrative
crative lucrative deal in "Bells Are Ring Ringing."
ing." Ringing." She ge;s 10 percent of the
gross plus percent of the pro profits...
fits... profits... The only sign of happy sta stability
bility stability in .France: Brigitte Bardofs
sexcess. ',,'.
Kim Novak demonstrating she's
an actress in Alf Hichcock's "ver
tigo" shudder-inducer... Migueu'i!
vaiaez- -uuDan Nights" album.
Latin tom-tom tempos suitable for
hipsy-doodlers.,. Joanne Wood-

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She's A Big Gir
f By BOB RUARK

slightly less slim than mine and
yours. 1
Presumably the dresses herself.
Certainly he 'smokes edearettes
and goe to the horse parks and
hita tha IinHnn hluh annta Alavha
she's old enough to choose a .per 4
manei Deau. -; : 'V v-;-: ;
' The fact that Townsend is di divorced
vorced divorced ia s silly argument against
marriage., Her Uncle David Wind
sor quit a throne to marry a di
vorced woman, so there is nothing
new-aDOUt this in the family files.
I believe; a former Queen of Eng Eng-hnd
hnd Eng-hnd named Elizabeth caused the
head of many of old churn to roll
and certainly Henry the Eighth
had a neat way of expressing his
boredom with his wives. British
royalty has not always been
"auems .m its approach, to the
farts of life. ,'; -..::
From all the wasted newsprint
over the past half dozen years, one
would assumr that Margaret's ma
riape had some importance to the
worH'-an entirely erroneous sup sup-position.
position. sup-position. .
She is a rather pretty, 5 ; short,
slightly bowlegged voung woman
who has been. known to be pub-
Mciy ride in a mot unroyal fash fashion..
ion.. fashion.. She has-not been trained to
rfm. as was her sister Elizabeth.
The Queen's two kids are ahead
of her for succession, in any case.
;The whole Princess ; Margaret
history of romance lacks a certa'n
JuJiet-.tnuch.She.. it -shoving. .20
nd has had enouch beaux to qua qualify
lify qualify in the .claiming races..

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ward, the s.ar who doesn't want
to be one; She says: "I just want
to oe a competent actress, noi a
Sieieoiypeu r.ohywooa Star".. The
ju new quiz snows currently mak making
ing making .ae .ounus of hevworks...o(ur hevworks...o(ur-ley
ley hevworks...o(ur-ley MacLaine's hoofing and spoof spoofing
ing spoofing Oa uinaa's saow..j "i wo'ior
the Seesaw s weekly velvet: 4$, 4$,-Ouu.i,
Ouu.i, 4$,-Ouu.i, iiurea "Vouug, S''succeiS'Mi
cret:; "Do your best-and keeep ma
king your oest better." V.iv
' Producer Kermit Bloomgar l
don't Broadw (and touring)
shows netting 40,000-e-week. The
Internet Revenue Dp't Hover
it so gboa... Leslie Caron in toe
"Gigi" movie. She became a pre
. dancer when she was e...ihe
news-photos of the dolls visiting
Pvt. Presley at the, base where
, he is stationed. Moral: Join the
Army end see Cupid... The bij
ty gembles: ; One network spent
ever a million S last year on un
sold pilot films... Tony Perkins
telling a tan mag interviewer
thet he drinks 'only out of. yel yellow
low yellow cups; Onowlookl... The mo movie
vie movie titled: 'Attack of the 50-Foot
Woman"... Sal Mierw, who hat
5 people on his payroll ust to
handle the fan mail..;. Princess'
Mergaret and Petah demonttrat.
ing that love isn't always love-
ly.
-The prevlewers' hoorayt 'ij f'
Spencer Tracy's performance .-to
Hemingway's The Old Man and
the Sea"... Uary cooper winning
the you-said-1. trophy with hit ob observation:
servation: observation: I'd look pretty silly in
a pair, of tights'V. I Yul, Bryncer
who requires only 4 hours ot
sleep.i So the ,man sv Thete
porter who recently asked Susan
Strasberg: Are you lii love?"
She, replied:, Yes, I'm in love
with the world at large";., a The
Bridge on the River Kwai,". which
is expected to gross mnnnn.
Obviously, there s no bad biz tor
good films... The tune tagged The
Purple People Eater," of all things
...Betty Johnson's e ? platter ot
Dream.'.' A dreamy thingy... J.
Edgar Hoover's Masters ot D.
ceit" con'inuing to leadthe best bestsellers
sellers bestsellers the best reply to his cri critics.
tics. critics. ., -( i-
Two of Sinatra's long 1 playees
Now
Townsend lacks s certain Romeo
quality, too. I doubt very much
if this seasoned flier and world
traveler would lose a world for
love.
5 Travel around it, yes, for me melancholy
lancholy melancholy effect, but he's showed
up on the doorstep with a dogged
persistence, thus wasting the dra dramatic
matic dramatic effect of his goodbye-cruel-world
tour In a Land River.
I think we can discount' the
Archbishop of Canterbury's pos possible
sible possible objection to a love match,
as he has just invited Archbishop
Makarios, the Cypriot .exile, to
London to the horror of, and with without
out without bothering to consult, the gov government.
ernment. government. In British eyes, this is
comparable to inviting the la'e De
dan Kamathi to come to the city
t ,the heif?ht of the Mau Mau ut,
pleasantness .'t,.i!-- .:,',; f'-.,.
Ruling out' Ae objectors; one by
one, we come down to the Queen
Mother, big sister, and Philip the
brother-in-law. ;
That would seem to put M""'
ret's choice of mate on a purely
family prejudice basis, and every everybody
body everybody knows that love laughs a
locksmiths, big sisters, parents and
Droiners-in-iew,..,;, k.,: 4. ;
'Maybe she will be engaged bv
the time this hits print, f' cer.
tainly hope so. because the love
lorn Townsend and his persistent
presence at the pack door, is cer certainly
tainly certainly beginning to stale on the
public imagination.

v 11 t.j i

rkwYori

t f t 1 f
"a.-lL .ill ;

WASHINGTON -Here are some
of the bacKscage reasoas way our
fOOd neighbors in Latin AmWa
have soured on the Unites States.
While Vice President Nixon was
advocating sp rts ,nd culture o
win friends in Latin America,
tha StatA n,n.i:n.t v.j m...
j Ti- j t "u uiuj-
dallied about sending some of our
i . i u'e i-iiu-
mg populaUon of sun.parched east-
The blisterins drousht haa hum.
-
ei up the crops and dried up tne
Streams of Brazil's atprnmn.t
humn. uiiaina- t.rrihl-T V
suffermg. Poverty stricken pea
santv parucularly babies, have
been dying by the' teens of m.l
.TheUOcheapest 'bargain in the
five sun-sizzed nrov nfa ) a
neral. It. can be purchased for
aiewpenmes. ;;
One man in Wash netnn h

- a " v I - h uuuv uiviaiurs. Op Op-haS
haS Op-haS tried to do somethm ahnnl miai lrhn,.t..k 5re-,

this drought is "Harold "Cooled
hard-working ; chairman of the
House Agriculture committee. Coo-
iey mi oeen on me telephone to
ai. State and Agriculture De-
Departments, calling for an e.
mergency airlift to" rush food
from our surplus stocks., : V;
Food shiDmenti mipht h, m
welcome than a visit from Nix-
Wted tartly,
ine onn tarouna congress-
iiiau iceiiiiKii. nuwHVPr. innr nil
1a.m-J e- --.- Al 7 ,ll

the State DepaYtmr did '.bour t-ngl taHSk DuSe" He -the
the Braril an an waa .nA the raai..fir- .uue, He .wants

one cable offering dried
wnea milk, ot course, requires
water to m x. Suice people are
scratchins hole, in dS ,1
bed, for wsterT; the "dried Jk
would be '.about as useless as dust
in taost of the stricken sresxs.
In fact the American offer re-
minded Cooley of Marie Antoin-
""'wassic: reacuon to the
. ... v" "cs .
bread: "Lat tham aat ralra
Cooley has called upon the A.
griculture Deoertrnmit thr a mm.
Diets Invantnrv nt ar YA
available for shinment tn Uravil
He has slso asked the Stats .pe-l
Foiuiicui, 10 cbbjb orain again (o
dear the way for food shipments.
lilian 'nfi,l.. D.l..
uc u Ainu irv i ill nnn, r Krn.
me Asncuiture- commit ee to re-
port on Brazil's famine needs. ;
.When S'e' Department officials
heard of Cooley's plan to call the
amhossiilMr ; thaw nmifil I-
would violate "diplomatic protocol,
. . ' -
A foreign amhassaunr thAv aai.'l
LIa.. t .wL.
( TOiiie i gn;
,U,,B1 .v'w"-m ee. ;.
"Iklti to' s -rvinff H a n 1 vhn
vaiuiuuau snuueu.
: Meanwhile, he has received re.
nnrttf that. 4k rnmmi.nl.' ... ...
,v.w uiv yvHiuiuiiiB, ic us-
ng tne mmeto stir up 'Brad-
".j? vmicu ovi.c3.
Cooley hohes to Counteract ConiL'
nan taflinii'th. irnit. r..,..

luuuist ytupaganaa- witn, so meu"n ,tq worn witn De Gaulle onra
MMaAAMVaMia.HA1HIAAaAlAIH.,ia.w.lw..M I fttlH l'4ljMAA4?j41d.ue..t,'' A

sitiong the Top Ten best.sellin 1-
bums...- Esqu re's eyecatching co-
ver... Alec ffiunnW method nl get

ng.away.from-it.aU: Makes a re and th!?f,Tk of thes?
ligious retreat at a secluded Trap- JJ? E nLth??aAVa4
pist monastery.. .Colyumist Sny- 5J ?rB:JAmoJ,th?1. behiai larri larri-ney
ney larri-ney Harris' swifty.mfty: Heavan ft- th tiny. .Tuni-
i . . ..liana rtit v Tns ....1. j ...

v. fliec bunuess meinoa ot tmtArt:'rh;kXi

. ', J '. W.I
IS a Place manv Americana umiilH
not want to go to if they couldn't
send buck Oic'ure postcards"..Na postcards"..Na-talie
talie postcards"..Na-talie Wood's hobby r Studies nld
'ilrns for acting techni"ues.,. The
latest Passion for hi-fi aHrllr-ta.
lHrpsichord sonatas... The rockn-
ruu iv commersnius. noisy notn-ings..,-
Diane Varsi, now ? an un.
and-coming movie queen, who was
earning V--week in t candle fac"
lory onlv 2.vears agn... Tha rtnn
Mi'sic Hall curtain. It requires 13
motors to- mt it.-
SAILOR ADMITS SLAYINO
YOKOSUKA, Jpan (UPI) The
U.S. Navy yes'errlav disclosed that
Seaman James W. Nawmaatar 9n
"of Auburn,: Cali'., had confessed
lO'Strangung a Japanese harmaiH
Inst Mrrh Tha. hnrlv nf ; VaokItm
waKatsucni,23, was found in ber
home March 18. She hadv been
strangled with a pair of ny.on
stocKings.' ; j: ':::-:-'''.-; -wf ;v -.s.: x
ACROSS
1 Australian5
, actress,
Victoria
5 rhatbetu
signed to
..: long-term
movie contract
I She comes
Australia
12 Detest
13 Melody
M Opera by
Verdi
1$ Level Is
61 Burmese
wood sprite
62 Stagger
DOWN
1 Outbuilding
i Possess
I Solar disk
4 Departed
5 Beach ..
6 Hasten
7 Before
: I Fortune
S Get up
10 Harem rooms
11 Female horse.
19 Always
(poet.)
20 African
30
31
-
32
34
16 Born
17 Former
Russian ruler
18 Having a dent
antelope
20 Lamellirostral 22 Attitudes
t birds
23 "Emerald Isle" 40
21 City In
24 Girl's name 41
Germany
23 jewel
43
24 She has
played a
; second letL
11 opposite.
Tyrone
26 Trusted one
33 Unclosed -24
Oriental porgy
35 Helps
36 Endure'
87 Hostelry
36 Roman date
38 Changed
41 Play part
42 Property item
44 Leather thong

1 Australian Actress

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34 She hat
! supported
Novell
36 Weary
57 Against s :
98 Anger
St Feminine'
eppelletion-
60 Curiytl

SATUT.DAT, JUNE 7, i:. J

m f 9 9 9 m T-t (f m n
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thine more fanciw. tt,.- x
wiU speeches S g0oi
fmes. :

LATIN AMERICAN PIPELINE
Secretary of State John Fosiw
guiles rn.y t-ta 0( .hisqodSwi,
trip-to South America this Jul v
Hi. ki !L .ms. July.

wuicr Alien neaa of Cin
tral Intelligence, has warned him
i"c communists are Dlottins
riw sgainst him similar to thosi
i aaja.oaauak x v i a I iii .innn a

Dlanm4 in Uif Ac?. r na.tt"-'

American nations which Niynn
skinned-If ... 11. .nic?, Nlxo?.

.fll' .k. "u u

draft is Sumner WeUes origin
a 1 author of the Good I Ne"hhor
Policy .Congressman ChVri.
bS22S
visit cir.n.. tv vnueu to
show the congressman hnW
.reat Americans who share thrfr
l v Ah,, "aare inel"

KWto"
sian renreienUUve o the Are.n"
tine inauguration. V v k,,,I JI'

sove, was not met bv mnhri- XI
LaUn America countries ? hl v?.0
ited-which is true Ki.,nf. Vls"
talking trade with LatiS 1 1h'
cans, Vice Tres dent NHvn er
shakin- i,:.J.reslden:,. Nlxon was
d m. t,V-- cur
ca simply furious at taT-
partment. Hv n. rr

mil inmeth m i. ..

J. .. mw TW UCtCI f Ilinpn I r
tmMX

charge o Latin : Ameriran
plus a drastic r-- "nt,falr,i
tha l!!!.??OTffl,'Mtioii o

r h
JietuSfy J
voys in Latin T mer aj. .mnn".'
the best in theTervW. Amb'
doi- Edwur SnarR, Vv?,.!.

penormed heroic Jobs tn Bolivia
"V "uetemaia;- While Tail a

cJSS!f ta whers Nixon also T

suffered indVgnltie i8 ?
.'-.IWiAu 15 expert.
1- "" ". 0't fol-
1: a v
,.;'i 5 "ARIS; PlPiilNI'-'?
bi.v v f :
Uf ,ml8,valrea!' :fi 'broken
. .mu uiuub ivaiiiia loan
eFS Who hava caUoI l
: .,acques isousteUe, the

.re('ci neputvh who flew
SaU,cally.froni Pari. has been
r-i '-i'0.;4 a 'oss. But -oh'
enerai fllasSU. tha mi't'.n.... v

"j1 babn rtse. tiKiri
t wuiii.a civilian. Thera ia
Confusion aiirf I,a.m
nv.. -ii. j 7 niems
"'" oo next. prediction
mo uianwno. Will eventualiv a.
gefis andv.k'.m.b liii ,.
wassu,-; me lougn paratrooner
.w'whose troop? are fanatically lova.
' j A .aa.I;.. "Jn
."wyvAUlllg IQ IKe, lie Gail! A
not as anti-American as reonrt
,n M,B (..iA;n ...
-" '"won ciisennower n & i
topped; the word thai he k t
Z i "-'""ent ne can do so s s-gain,.
gain,. s-gain,. .French troops in Tunisis
TiiT- JT'1,
?3 i 5 Tmfa 8 "head in
Pian to take over aU of Tu-

reports his troops are now rest-
laoti ttaaJ 4.. 1 : ti. 1

a, icauy iu ; iigni,. ,sna can
smash all of Tunisia. in two days.
. '. .Such a campaign, however,
would inflame the entire Arab'
world against the West and would
cause Russia to intervene wi'h
"volunteers''.., .One reason the
French people aren'i too excited
about political events is instalment
hllVlnff Pr,1M Xlmm J..- WU...J
instalment hnvinff And

O a..u V4CIIUW
I men are, so busy acouiring deep- !,

uicacis, iciiigeraiors, i v a e J S,
and au nmnhilao that tho,. ..'l
too much worried ; about Algeria

it do uicF. r rencn woncers, inci.
dentally, have never had it so
ffOO'V American imhi.,,.

Houghton has Warned that the ,

ymted Mates eannov share atomic
information with the French. There
isn't a ehn thflt rnnoro.A torni.lrl
approve sharing: atomic secrets
unni .ne re"c" government bc-
enma mnra atakla -
Answer to Previous Punls

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27 Grafted (her.) with a knife -22
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v quality
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47 Dismounted )
49 She is a 1
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' 50 Fork prong
' 81' Set eagle ;
S2 Genuine V
54 Relatives
88 Masculine '
; appellstio..
Ocean
movement
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garden: '.
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Col." C- A. Beall, Jr.', U.S. Army cariD-

10 vriT)T wnuvtrn1

bean adjutant general,- congratulates Jorge P. Molina on the
adoption of a suggestion under Project Pay dirt, Molina,-who
moifo hi, v,Ma.iMM' Avenue 7 via EsDana.r Panama City,

received an award certificate and $10 cash for his idea, which'
provided more efficient handling of private cars when.indK
vlduals leave this command for discharge In the A fre fre-ouent
ouent fre-ouent contributor to the U.S. :Army Caribbean suggestion pro-;
eranV Molina is employed in the Adjutant General's .Office t:
- 'Fort Amador. (U.S. Army Photo) u

Needs Rower To Send
Aid Behind Iron Curtain

'. WASHINGTON, June 6 (UFI)p
? ifciHont v.ifipnhnwer told Senate

GOP Leader William F; Knowland
' yesterday that he wanted author
i v to send economic aid to Iron

Curtain counties,, owi wwu v
tinn such a provision m the ben
i'i fnroiDn Hid bill., f 1

v- icmopratic .le a d e r's

"nromnllv accused "the ,msiut:M

I A .siu a posiuoii. Ihey
f :ho administration originally,

-supported a proposal by Sen. Johu
F. Kennedy (D-Mas.s) to give the
President such authority in., the
pending foreign aid bill. i -X
The row over the Kennedy am-
i endment flared as the Senate head
ed toward a nishe session to speed
acaon on the $3,713,000,000 foreign
. aid authorization measure, ben.
: tiAmftpi-otip T.padfif LvndOlV If.

Jobnson said he honed for a huai
vote before the week end..'
Knowland' said afier a W hite
House legislative conference that
hplieved 'the discre-

v ontVini-ifv should be erant-

, ed in separate legislation amend-

Bulgy's Absence f
Front Public Eye?;
Causes Speculation

. LONDON, June T (UPI)-Reports
v.n Snviflt. Premier Nikolai

A. Bulganin had been absent from
nuhlic functions in Moscow tor

v; mnMh eave rise yes-

terday to speculation he, had foH

cials into a provincial assignment

One TTOort from recent ( offi
',1. ,v -v tn Mnspow said 4JB1-

ganin nau Deen sem u f-
it Odessa on tire Black Sea.
However, the Soviet press has
not mentioned Bulganin recently
and no official comment, was
- available on the reports circulat-
ing here." L
- The former Soviet leaders ab absence
sence absence from Moscow functions was
rioted particularly at diplomatic
receptions and dinners attended
n- nhp" t members of the ,C5rt-
4 munist Party .Presidium.
h r p ri'wf Unganin was miss

' e Vsnecially at a Moscow sta'e
, -i fo- visi'ing President Lr
ho Kekkonen of Finland two weeks
. .mipunin had been expected

v ' to attend because Kekkonen was

reoavme a Visit tne wrmer piem-

ing the (Battle AcL This act now

prohibits ecoiiomic ; aid to Iron
Curtain countries',
: Knowland, who led the fight
against the Kennedy amendment,

said he would continue io oppose
the plan even if it were offered

ns .separate legislation. He said

he never would agree ;tp sending

Kid -to any nalion 'boundto Kus

sia. i iit

The Kennedy amendment would

let the President send economic

aid to any Communist nation ex except
cept except Russia. Communist China
and North Korea if he found it to

be in the best interests of this

country. It was written Into Hip.

bill by the Senate Foreign Rela
tion Committee.

Kennedy charsed that the Pres

ident's position on the satellite a.d

emendment indicated he had &nr

rendered direction of U.S. foreign

policy to Knowland. He said Sec

retary of State John Foster Dulles

mendment as recently as two Jays

ago.

Chairman Theodore F. Green

D-R.I.) issued a statement say

ing that his foreign relations com

mittee approved v the Communist
aid authority "with the cordial
sunoort of the administration."
- Kennedy revealed that Assistant
Secretary W Stte William B. Ma
comber vwrote Green on April 14
in connection with the issue. Ken.
neriy did not disclose the contends
of the letter but some details were
learned elsewhere.
: Thev showed that the language

of the Kennedy amendment ; jibed

almost word for word with a pro

posed amendment to the Battle

Act submitted by Macomber.

Illegal' Picketing l'

01 General Colors

Charged By Firm

DETROIT, June 7 (UPI) The
General Motors Corp. yesterday

accused the United, Aulo Workers
of illegal picketing at its Fisher
iBody stamping plant near Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. The strike, was the first

labor dispute since the expiratio n

of contracts between tne umow
and the big three auto companies.

The stoppage, -which idled 2,400

workers, was called Wednesday

WASHINGTON, June 7 (UPD-

The bouse, backing the anti tax

cut stand of the Eisenhower adm

inistration and congressional lead

ers, shouted approval yesterday
of legislation to continue present

corporation and excise taxes mail

July 1. 19j3.

The HI goes to the benate

where will face -a determined

drive to write in amendments to

reduce excise taxes on freight and

automobiles.

The bill would postpone for an

other year automatic tax cuts

scheduled for July 1 on corpora

tion. liquor, automobiles and cig

arettes. The cuts would cost tLe

government $2,600,000,000 m rev

enue. : '-l-: - ;.

The measure was puched

through the House under a gag

rule wichi barred all tax-cutting

amendments.

Some lawmakers protested the

noamendment proaeture. Uut

the 'House rejected on a voice

vote an attempt oy Kep. Nt.an

Mason (R-Ill.) to pigeon bole the

bill by sending it back io the Ways

and Means Committee.

During" two hours ol debate the

lawmakers displayed more oi a

spirit of resignation tuan- en'cu

siasnv The majorny, oDviousiy

was resigned to allowing ue ben-

ate to take credit for initiating any

tax cuts. 1

Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D

Ark.) told the House not to expect

any tax ? relief legisiauon io

emerge from his tax-writing Ways

and Means Committee tnis year,

small business on which k is work.

''Unless conditions get a whole

except for the relief program for

lot worse than- they are now,

Mills said. "I have no intention

of calling the committee together
to- consider reduction in excise

taxes or several tax reduction."

Ren.' Thaddeus M. Machrowicz

(D-Mich.), who failed to get the

Wavs and Means Cpmmittee

order a cut in the automobile tax,
appealed in vain to his colleagues
to send the measure U ck to com committee.
mittee. committee. I
He said Mason's recommittal

motion represented the last
chance to vote for tax relief this

year, Another Michigan lawmaker
Democrat Louis C Rabaut, tred
in vain to get a roll-pall vote on
final passage. 'Ayiy..
Only 17 members, far short of

the reouiered pne-fifth,. supported

the '.move,: ,iWr,'A''h''t-'-

Ren. Hubert IB. Scudder (B

Calif.) charged that autd Sealers

had hurt their sales with tneir
"propaganda" in favof or reduced
excises taxes on1 automobiles; He
said customers nave" 1 1 en' holding

back5 in hoof that Congress would
cut' 'the, rJax, 0nce lt s cJearJherS
wOuJd be : ho reduction, he saut.
there would be a pick Up in sales.
Mills,-who will head the House
negotiators In a Senate-House coii
ferenc If the' Senate writes 4 in
tax.Cutting amendments, said the
3 per cet exciset' ax on; freight
was "the worst tax we have on
the; books.V --f;r:..j.v,-..a-fi.4

But he said Congress would not
be justified in singling out one of

two excise taxes : or reuuuuou, ,;,
The measure will be exposed to
a barrage of taxicutt'ng amend
ments of the Senate Floor. One.

which is given an even -chance of

success, would repeal the a per

cent 5 tranffoorstion tax. This

would" benefit the financially ail

ing. railroads V and at the S i same

time cut freight tosts for eonsum,
er T businessm en and f armerss.

The expected Senate attempt to

cut: the excise fax on automobiles

appeared to have less support in

the face of a firm no-tax-cut stand

by the Finance Committee headed

by Sen. Harry F. Byrd (U-va.)

Unless the corporate-excise tax

ex-ensions are signed into law by
President J Eisenhower by mid.

night. June' 30," there would be

these effects:

The 52 ner ent Incbme tax on

corporations would drop to 47 per

cent.

Levies of 10 per cent on automo

biles and 8 per cent on auto' parts
and accessories would drop to 7

and 5 ner cent, respectively,

There would be tax cuts of

$1.50 a gallon on hard liquor, $1

a barrel on beer. One penny a

pack on cigarettes and varying

amounts on wines.- v

IV

Army promotiov -'col. Clark Lvnn. Jr., chief of the J.S.

Army Mission to Cuba, pins on the silver leaf denoting promo-.

tion to lieutenant coionei ior tne aormcr wiaj.. r.iucov v.
Cameron, Ordnance advisor of the Mission. Before his assign assignment
ment assignment to the mission in ; April 1955, Cameron received his
bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland and studied
Spanish at the VS. Army Language School at the Presidio of
Monterey, Calif (U.S. Army Photo) v

Billy Graham Terms

California Crusade

Crowds Phenomenal

j vTnianrf two vears ago John McCarroIl. as a : one day
ier made to Finland tw night by UAW Local 544 President
? Soviet Communist rary w e. -j ... ,A,Vini,

vinf. s Tfhmshchev 1 removeu

Bulganin from the premiersh. 1

last March. Bulganin 1 w assign assigned
ed assigned to post he had held before
World War II-chairman of the Mos.
cow State Bark -and Khrushcnev
iecame premier. ..,
t.ino.n'a n 1 Tiosition .-car

ried ministerial rank and dunngj

the first fe' weeks ne was
t nffif-iaT fnnetions; But then

Kliehtlv more than a. month ago

be dropped from sight. '
- The fte of former Pf e m 1 er
: Georgl Malenkov provided an ex-
. amnla tt what Ihp rPDOrtS lnQl-

raifd hannpnert to Buleanffl. Mal-

enkov was assigned- a similor low

minuterial lob after nis ouswr

and finally was exiled to man

agement of a power station in

'Khazakhastan in central A 51a.
PLAN MISSILE PRODUCTION ,'
WASHINGTON aTPI) The gov gov-ernnient
ernnient gov-ernnient has given Chrysler Corp.
the green light to set up a pro.
duction line for the 1,500-mile u u-ruler
ruler u-ruler missile at Warren,- Mich
I'roduction also wi 1 continue at
t 1 A y's Kc'.hne (Ala.) ar-

protest" against working conrii

lions at the shipping docks. He
said the workers would return for
the 11 p.m. shift.
A GM spokesman here announc

ed the company was not Quarrel

ing with the union's right to strike

since there is no contract to kcr:
workers on-, the job. He added

however, that Local 544 was guilty

of "illegal picketing" because pick
ets- tried to keep the assistant
plant manager from entering the
plant and tried to force Salaried
personnel to show passes. ;
UAW President Walter P. : Reu-

ther had Instructed members of

his union to work without a con

tract when the three year pact
expired at General Motors last
Thursday and similar contracts
expired at Ford and Chrysler; on
Sunday.
. Leonard Woodcock,? vice presi president
dent president of the UAW and head of the
union's GM department, said that

the" dispute'involves-dirierencesi

over work standards and safety
docks" at the Pittsburgh plant.

Woodcock said he had sent two

international representatives to

th plant, to restore order as Joon

UN Secretary Says
Prospect Fot World
Peace rJs;Not Cood

' CAMBRIDGE,' England, June 6
(UPI) United Nations Secretary Secretary-General;
General; Secretary-General; Dag Hammarsklold said

yesterday the peace of the world

was tnreatenea Dy "tires : au a
round the horizon."

Hammarskjold and U. S. for
mer ; Secretary of State Dean

Acheson received honorary doctor

01 law. degrees at Cambridge un
iversity. ; v,,J.j ,;
'' Hammarskjold. in addressing 1

luncheon after the ceremony said:

. : "Korea, China, Indonesia, Kash Kashmir,
mir, Kashmir, Palestine, Hungary. Nori a

Africa there are fires all around

tne horizon, and they are not lues

announcing peace. :

He said the nations of the world
"may rejoice in having taken the
first steps toward the establish establishment
ment establishment of an international democracy
of peoples,-bringing all nations ir irrespective
respective irrespective of history size or wealth
together on an, equal basis ; an
partners in the vast venture ol
creating a true world commun community."
ity." community." 1

EI Volc'an Scout Camp
T flnarata July 1-Aua. 2

Th Bov Scout vamp tl Volcan

in Chiriqui Province will open on
July 5 this year and so far
boys have been signed up by the
Canal Zone Boy Scout Council, y
With Camp capacity limited to
50 scouts per two-week period,
running July 5 to 19 and from
July 19 to Aug. 2, only 25 addi additional
tional additional spaces remain open under
th rurrent nrhedule. :

Council officials erophasizea xnat
Camp El Volcan is provided for

Canal Zone scouts as part oi tne
r.nnnpil' vear-around activities'

program and will be statiea Dy
adult volunteer leaders trained in
carjng for and helping: the boys
obtain an exciting two weeks of
outdoor fun. vi
Camp Director for -the July s 5
to 19 period is Carl F. Maedl, long longtime
time longtime adult Canal Zone- Scouter
and member of, the Council's ex executive
ecutive executive board.
William Scofield, another Coun Council
cil Council member. 'will be Ca mo Direc

tor for the second period from Ju July
ly July 19 to Aug.: 2. Paid mess stew stewards
ards stewards and oualified medical person

nel will be on the staff to Insure

the comfort;, health and1 safety Jof

the hoys'- .- -. v ..
The camb itself !s ivMilMe-

ly 350 miles from the Canal Zone

and is about 4500 ree5, aDove sea sea-leveU
leveU sea-leveU sy ''i .??.'' L-.y-i.-'f

, ThA fflellities at the camn In

elude cabins, .a messhall and: ac

tivities buildings, which were com.

pletely rehabilitated by the Coun Council
cil Council this year. i i-i
i i-i Sports and recreational ares,
including swimming and boating,
are within the camn area and o-

vernieht hikes in the surrounding

country inciuae a trip up -jei ,voi-

can.-;.;-:.y:r .n-.;r- vu
s in describing the 'El Volcan
camp program to" interested par

ents recently, Brig. Gen. George
F. Schlatter. Council President.

said: "Camoing is the great out

door adventure of scouting that

every boy deserves.: Your' son
has an opportunity for eood clean

wholesome fun and fellowship this

summer at El volcan, unlike any anything
thing anything else during .the vear." ;

Cost of two weeks at camp is
$31 a boy, and the Council is rec

ommending that each boy be pro provided,
vided, provided, about $3 a week spending
money for personal items.

t To facilitate transportatlbn to
camp, the Council has arranged

for charter, of-a COPAv airliner at

a cost of ?20 per passenger for
those who wish to fly.
A ull program of activities has
been laid out for each two-week
period that includes handicrafts,

hcoui aavancement programs hik hiking,
ing, hiking, boating, swimming, working

on merit nanpps inn aamae

ine evenings wiu be spent "at

oumoor camptires, song tests
and honor camps. 1 r

Time for church and rest has
also been carefullv arrnnppA en

that each boy gets the maximum

ucucxii, oi ms. camping experience.

-TEST PILOT irn i vn

LONDON (UPIl Sanadrnn lonil.1

it jonn Both, chief test pilot of

ine saunaers Hoe Aircraft C.n

was; Killed yesterday in the crash

of an experimental rocket turbo-

let plane. The plane, designated

tne SR53, 'trashed on takeoff from

Boscombe Down experimental sta
tion.

, SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Evan,
eelist Billy Graham says atten.

dance at his San Francisco cru

sade has been "phenomenal."
- Addressing members of his gen

eral committee at a lunch in San

Mateo vesterday. Graham said

the crusade has been "successful

bevond our anticipation."

f Before we began this crusade

in April. I said we would be for-

tunate indeed to get 10,000 people

a night" to drive way out to

the Cow Palace. ..

"I don't like to place a lot of

emphasis on attendance, : but in

San t ranqisco it nas oeen pnen.
omenal. Our smallest crowd was

Tuesday when i we had 9,000. peo-

pie.- l guess most any,: minister

would be thankiui for a congrega

tion of 9,000.",. v ...

'Graham also said .more people

have come forward to dedicate

their lives to Christ than in any
crusade he has conducted, with

the single exception of New York.

The number of conversions so far

is 18,283 of a total attendance ot

524,100. -. .

Last night, 9.500 persons neara
Graham preach on "how to lead

a Christian- life." uranam saia

Christian life in the United States

is thisicountrys "greatest ; para-i

dox." i Vfi-J; r-'ht)' '?

'We .havs- the: Highest cflurcn
membership In 1 our history with

more "than 100 million Americans
belonging- to churches' or syna

gogues.;'. :y- '
"We also have Increasing racial
tension, on of our greatest -crim
waves, rising divorce rates and
a growing problem of juvenile de.
linquency. !''r-J ..--Vh; "':''

"What'j wrong? The cnurcn it it-self.
self. it-self. The average church member
is not living the Christian life
and his church is 'not teaching

him how to do. it. Te greatest

need in America today Is a reviy.
al within the church."

G:p Op:nc Celveen
Iil3 And Oi:::r

Sovlst likens i

!
TENDON. "June 7 (UPI) Di

nlomatic sources said yesterday

the complete isolation of Presid President
ent President Tito of Yugoeslavia from the
Soviet bloc loomed as the next in

evitable step in the new cold war

between Belgrade ana Moscow
It was believed that the Krem

lm wouldi make the move to pro protect
tect protect its East European satellites
from the threat of; Yugoslavia's
'infectious" revisionism- V
Diplomatic quarters -saw Soviet
Premier Nikita S Khrushchev's
scathing attack of Tito's -"independent"
, Communist policy yes yesterday
terday yesterday as closing the door to any
reconciliation. They said it also

emphasized Russia s toughening
attitude toward the satellites and

a clear warning thatthe Kremlin
would tolerate no questioning u?

the Moscow ordained party line.

. In this attacs on Tito at the ttuig.
arian Communist Party congress
in Sofia. Khrushchev completely

reversed his stand on Josef Stal

in's condemnation of Yugoslavia.

- Stalin bad Tito ousted from the
nnw.defunrt Cnminform in 1948

cause of his refusal to toe the

Kremlin line.

Three years ago, Khrushchev
humbly went to Belgrade to maka

up with Tito. They seaiett tne sov-iet-Yugoslav.
reconciliation with a

nledae to respect peacetui co

existence, regardless of their 'de 'de-oloaical
oloaical 'de-oloaical differences. Khrushchev

said then that Yugoslavia's ex

pulsion from the Cominform was

a crime engineered Dy soviet se

cret police chief Lavrenti P. Beria

who was executed aiter mum s
death as-a traitor. -,
But Tuesday night, Khrushchev

Said the expulsion was basically
correct."; Some Soviet affairs ex,
perts said it was a return to the

tough btaiinist line.

PANAfM

AMERICAN

& Vi rfLa? rABMircttMi W

LAl tlLL WUU NEEDS!

Democratic, GOP
Leaders Weigh
Primary Results

WASHINGTON, June 7 (UPD-

The Senate's Democratic and He He-publican
publican He-publican campaign chairmen agre agreed
ed agreed on one thing today California's
primary election results could
have a "Sputnik'V impact on the
underdog GOP,
And Sena.e ,GOP Leader Wil
liam F. Knowland. whose total

popular vote in the governorship
race lagged well behind that of
California v Democratic Attorney
General Edmunf Pat Brown, also
allowed he has a "substantial job

to do before the Nov. 4- eiecion.

Sen. Anarew F. Schoeppel w

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
: f Great White Fleer V
:?;'. '- hi:-'- A-:. i :;:";,s', .y. :':f.y. ? ..: ; v ;;' -, r "j
New Orleans Service r Arrives ;
.' Cristobal
YAQUE ..,.1 June 7
TLUA :juneJ4
HIBUERAS -i ... June 21
YAQUE . ... . . l . June 28
ULUA ;..July 5
HIBUERAS 4 i....July 12
'Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
, New York Service . crJtobll
' COMAYAGUA June 9
JUNIOR ...........June 16
SAN JOSE ..I..... ...June 23
METAPAN June 30
CRISTOBALW.C.CA. FEDDER SERVICE
TEXITA . . T Every (10) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
' s.and Seattle.

SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return ................ $240.00
To Los Aneeles and San Francisco and t

Returning from Los Angeles

$270.00

To Seattle and Return ..j.... ......... $365.00

TELEPHONES:

Luiso Mulcare r
Gets BA Dearee
At Howard U :
- Miss luisa J. Mulcare, of (Brook

lvn. who formerly resided in Li

Boca, received a B.A. degree from

the College of Medicine during

commencement exercises held; nt
Howard University in Washington

yesteraay evening.
Her education started locally by

attending primary schools in the

Canal Zone and Fanama. ;
' Youngest daughter of the Rev.
John. T. Mulcare. she left the

Isthmus- with her mother some

years ago for New York, follwmg

the death of her latner. i ,

Kan."l! the GOP campaign chair,
man said !ln;'a interview' lie "4
"not: discoiiraeed" bv KnowLind's

CRISTOBAL 2121

PANAMA 2-2904

Christopher Goode
Dies At Home

' Christopher Goode, a long-time

Panama City resident died yester yesterday
day yesterday morning at his homeein Gua
Mianali

A member of the Ishmian Star
Lndee No. 13. Mr. Goode is sur

vived by his brother, Charlie, an
employe of the Installation Engine Engineer
er Engineer pait shot at Albrook AFBr ms

motner, Mrs. jane uooue; ms bi biter.
ter. biter. Bertdal. and other relatives,

- Funeral arrangements have not

been announced.

showina in winning the 1 Republi

can nomination for governor. ne

said "manv of tne ; senator s

friends will be spurred to greater

activity by this."
Sen.1 George A Smathers D-Fla.,
the Democratic campaign chief

said the California results showud

'what we have felt aU along-tnat

a strong tide is running ior me

Democrats every where." aut

warning agains over confidence,

Smathers added:.
- "This result could be for the
Republicans what Sputnik was ior

the United States i it could ener

gize them to work just that mucn
harder.; Pat Brown and Rep. Clatr
Engle have made great running
starts-but that's all."
Some key Republicans admitted
privately they were jolted by the
margin of Brown's plurality in
combined party votes over Know Know-land.
land. Know-land. Lt. Col. Dowell
Gets Assignment
To Signal Section

Lt. Col. Riihard Wesley Dowell.

who arrived in U.S. Army Carib

bean on Mav 31. has been assigned

to the USAKCAKlB Signal seition,

Cororal.

Before Teporting to this rom-

mand the Whittier College (Calif.)

graduate was the research and

technical officer, Operational He-

search Division, combat Develop

ment, Fort Huacnuca, Ariz.

ENELDA ASST POINT P-l

ant Port Captain in Cristobal, will
act as Captain of the Port and
member- of the board -of local, in-

soectors durine the absence of

Capt. Chanes S, Eut.:h).ni,s, it has

been announced by the Marina Di.
rector.
Hutchinirs will1 be on leave for
irr-roxbpaff'y t'-e next two weeks.

The Pacific Slcsm navigation Company
; (INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840).
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
. -TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "CUZCO" June 13
M.V. "COTOPAXP i June 23
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GCAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20.225-Tons) July
;" (Air-'Conditioned)
"TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "FLAMENCO" .....June IT
M. V. "SALAMANCA" June 27
1 ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND K
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCn AVON" June M
S.S, "APP1NGDYK" . June 1
TO UKCONTINENT
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" June IT

. S.S, "AARDYK" -. June 23

LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
TELEPHONES: -Cristobal
8-13515 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1305

THE SAVINGS BANK

Pays 2 Interest Annually on'Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
. f '- -j
. We rriaka loans with guarantees on first mortgages
' x or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5,00 i
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

deposits are accepted thru a period

. : of 48 weeks

Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and'
' ' documents, in 4 different sizes, .-y 5

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109 Central Ave. at
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAIIT NTTXSPArEItX
SATURDAY, JTXE 7, IS. J

octal ana

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x MISS. GRAC1E MEttLE EVANS
MISS GRACIE MERtE EVANS WILL MARRY
IT. J. LEE MYERS, JR. IN JUNE
Mr and Mrs. Oliver Evans of Enterprise, Ala., hate an an-:
: an-: nduS the engagement of their daughter, Oracle Merle, to
Lt J. Lee Myers, J, son of Mr. and Mr. J. Lee Myers of
' Ba,lMisS Evans is graduate of Enterprise High School and is
currently employed by the Enterprise Drug Co. The groom
: attended the University of Colorado for one year. He is now
MrvliS 'in i the B.6. Army and is in helicopter training at
r FrtTheCSding will be June 26 at 7:30 P.m. at Fort Rucker.
The Rev Sallacn, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church of
Dothan will perform the ceremony.' ;,

'jamuel Aaron Wltklfr Will -,!
Celebrate Sir.MlUvah i.-
1 Samuel Aaron Witkin, son 'of
Bobbie awMHrr.-Nathan "Wltkifl
... ,! . T).M Kfif
Witt DC comirmeu .- P""-1'1!
vah durine relifiioua services held
for Sabbatn. Saturday at thescha..
pd of; the JWB-USO, His grand grand-parents,
parents, grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schu.
chat of Louisberg, W. Va., will at at-tend
tend at-tend the services. Friends from
the Canal Zone and Panama Will
attend.
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FINER
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Mrs. George Hudson Sntartains
Far Mrs. Francis A. Relmanri1
Mrs. GftorEe Hudscii cf Brlboa
was hostess, at a tea- gvon at -her
home in honor of Mrs. Francisi
A? 'Rehtranrt-' Whtf-'was-'-celpbrating
her birthday; f
,5' The tea table was decorated with
a centerprice of white crysanth
mus. Guests were Mrs. Mary Sul."
livan Mrs. Grace Donfman, Mrs.
Richard Coy, Mrs. Tony Amato,
and Mrs. Carmen Hensler. v
Fart CUyton NCO Wives' ;
Club Elects Officers
The Fort Clay. on NCO Wives'
Club held their regular monthly ;
business meeting and simi. annual
election of o ficers on Tuesday.
New Of icers clec ed were Kay
Rogers, president; Virginia Whal Whal-er,
er, Whal-er, vice-president Mary Ryan,
secretary and Joan Hull, treasur
TilU vail AkUHf VL v uout j
ere made for 4he husband
"cin:""'' T'iV tn bp held
nr: ClWn NCO Cluh on1
er.
' Plans were
and wi c
a tthe Fori ClyWn NCO Club on
June 20. The theme will bs
Hawaiian luau and guests will
wear Hawaiian costumes. ,Mem.
bers planning to attend should no.
tify Mrs. Erna For'.jas, social chair
man at 87.6212 before June 10.
New (members welcomed into' the
) A 1 i1 f I11 :
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elub were Mrs. Carol Reddmger
nu tut kv Denize. Mrs. ivna

Monaco was guest, Mahoga.iy! ing was W. M. Whittian, secreta secreta-.rays
.rays secreta-.rays were piesemea to Mrs.. Ev ry of the Washington Office, who
Moore and Mrs. Joyce Ryals,, who! is coming .o the Canal Zone to.

itxi. uie i.oulma.ici fauriug June,
The hostesses who served petit
foi, cup-cane v auu coiee .were
meidamei Dorset., Hull, HazeJ,
and Miller,
leave For California
Mrs. J. J. Pierce and her daugh daughter
ter daughter Domity of Balboa left yester yesterday
day yesterday by boat .or California where
they will vacation for the summer.
Beverly Anna Bowman ,-" -.?
Celebrates ISth Birthday
: Beverly Anne Bowmant daugh.
ter Oi Mr. and Mrs. L, D, Bow.
man. Jr., of Balboa celebrated her
13th .birthday with a dinner and
dance party on Wednesday ; even evening,
ing, evening, at hef home. Those who help.
eo Beverly: celebrate were: Char.
lene Bishop Bobby umer, unda
Clarke,. Rocky Blevins, Grace
Hensler, Goraon Boswell, Rachel
Van Dyker. Jackie DeVore, Jim.
my Wilson. Bety VanDyke, Doug-
las Priester, Shiela Reynolds, Ca.
rol Brown, Ronnie Pearl, Mary
ann Nhs, Paul Morgan, Barbara
Dombrowsky,' Mike Dubbs, Bety
Dykes,. James Ward, Jfiditn fierce
Cnarles Garcia, Mary Barrett,
Wordtm French, Marilyn Ander.
son. Lewis French. Francis Yost,
Jimmy Barnes, Rose Monzan, Ga Gary
ry Gary Anderson, Mary Esslinger, Ken.
ny Anderson, Warren, Ashton, Leo
Delinger, Neil Haman, George Fitz
gerald, Bobby Bowman and Fran,
ces" Dean.
Mrs. Malcolm Whaaltr
Feted At Detpedida
Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler was the
gues of .honor at a luncheon at
.he Fort Amador Officers' ,ppen
Mess on Thursday eiveh bv her
co-workers in the Accouting De De-oartMfin'
oartMfin' De-oartMfin' :. nrlor io her deoarture
for the United States. .. v
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler andt heir
children, Dolores and Malcolm cf
i.os Rios ere leaving Wday aboard
the Crislobal for a three months
vac- m, Texas, New Mexico anm
Mexico. f ,
Jl Jbzarene Church,
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The Rv. CLYDE OOLLIHER
The Church of the Nazarene in
Ancon, announced .oday that the
Kev. Clyae Golliher, and .iamily,
of Chlclayo, Peru, will show slides
of the mouiuain and jungle area
and relate some ot the work tney
have done in the past live ears
Tha slides are scheduled to 1at
s.iuivn today and tomorrow, at 7.30
p.m. in Ancon at tne uiurcn ot
ho Nazarene a'.id tomorrow morn morning
ing morning at 10:45 at the Margarita
school gymnasium.
The Golliher'i are from Upland,
CM., r n -fYived in Peru during
Aftisut 19.ri2. They were as3icned
o the northern coastal section of
Fiura, Peru, for their first two
years, ,heh were moved to the
mountain area, until 1956, when
he wrs appointed district superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the area. They then
moved to CMcInj'O, Peru, and es established
tablished established a headquarters there.
Rev, Golliher and family are
missionaries from the Church of
The Nazarene.
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A large number of college stud students
ents students returning from schools in the
United s ate lor. summer vaca vacation
tion vacation on the Isthmus were includ included
ed included among the 87 passengers book booked
ed booked to sail from New York yester yesterday
day yesterday for Cristobal aboard the. Pa Panama
nama Panama Liner Ancon.- 1-
Also among the passengers sail
. 1ir Tt trLl i
attend a meeting of the Panama
Budget and Finance committee to
be held here next week. He is
accompanied .V his two children.
Forty.two passenger were book booked
ed booked for Port-au-Prince, Hal.ia. T
The complete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list for; Cristobar follows:
Miss Hazel Alexander; Mrs, C.
J. Auble and daughter- Miss He
lene S. Bishop; Mr. and Mrs. Au August
gust August Calcagno; Drt and Mrs. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Chapman; Miss Genevieve CK
tarella; Miss Gertrude Clark Miss
Jean BV DegenMr; Miss Anna E.
Duryea; Mrs. Edna- Ford; Mrs.
Thelma Fine; Rodrigo Gonaaldz;
and three children; Mr. and Mrs.:
Fletcher E." Gregory; Joseph Gut Gut-Mr,
Mr, Gut-Mr, and Mrs, Eddi B.- Goodrich
start; Miss Martha L. -Hackett;
Philip- S. Hadarits; Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph L. Fanners; Christian" W.R

Hearon; Edward J. Henriquezj'drenj.and Richard W. Wright

L5
.NEW YORK (NEAW The tec.
ord business is one of the first
that gets hurt In a recession, es
pecially sales of, single records.
The record companies figure it
workds this way kids ; but most
of the records, using allowance
money in the: majority of cases,
and allowances get cut right.- a a-way
way a-way when a family is in a finan.
elal pinch. ;,A,:?.vit-v
TlMiiilt oneof the maior record
companies said it Just went thru
its "worst two weexs in nistory
And a big hit reedd seems destined
to sell perhaps 400.000 copies, with,
out getting near the million mark.
out getting
' Laurie v London, the 14-yearWd
English .boy with the hit record
of "He's Got the Whole World in
His Hands," wound up his first A.
merican visit in a blaze of comic
books and cowboy boots.
He, took somewhere around 100
pomic books back with him they
have them in England,, but not in
color,' Laurie says and earned ms
preclotis cowboy' bootshia biggest
prize of the trip; He even wanted
a saddle, but nis lamer squeicneo
that in one quiet sentencet "You'
got no horse." ; .' v:
Laurie' is a ; uny, aarK.naireq,
dark ; eyed boy with the typically
we'l-behaved manners of English
vouth and a quick sense of humor.
As an example of the latter, he'a
storyteller, specializing in cow.
boy jokes. -He told one about the'
marshal who decided to use words
instead of guns in capturing a
mean outlaw. He came, back from
the encounter all shot up, explain
ing, "f couldn't think of anything
to. say.""" .M.-'f-y v;,- V
Laurre'a interest in things Anr.e.
rican comic books, western lore
extends to the field of music,
A couple of, years ago, he heard
somebody sing "He's 'Got the Whole
world in His iianas" ana ten in
love with the tune. He sang it a.
round the house, at small parties,
everywhere. "-'! ';"',v yyy i
Then, last September, he went
to a TV and radio exhibition at
London's Earl's Court. At one
booth, a trio was entertaining and
the leader asked if somebody would
IttK tiatlc hi laeluilen la this
column theuld lubmiHid.w
fvou-writUd tSfifl and Inallad a
lha box numbtr. Iiitd daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otharwhe," ar dellvarad
k hsid to the office, Notitu
maetinai eann4f be atsaalad by
ttrphon. i -.4; -.'- iv ii
Baha'ls Discussion
Group Sunday
Progressive .Revelation Is the
subject to be discussed by the
Baha'is 6f the Canal Zone tomor tomor-raw
raw tomor-raw a: the curundii com muni v
building. The public is invited to
participate m these discussions.
-
nnnnm cw
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Miss Josephine Hickey: Kenneth
C. Hicks: Mr. and Mrs. John H
Housiey ana two children; Miss
Margaret Klose; and Carroll E
Kocher. Jr.
Miss Judith Lindsay: Miss Flor
ence G. Linton; Miss Emma C.
Luhrssen; Miss Muriel McCaw;
Miss Catherine T. McCoy; James
MdKeown; Frederick L, Maduro;
Miss Ri.a Maduro; Miss Yolanda
Mariacq; Miss Melinda Marshall;
Miss Sheila Mitten; Miss. Susantie
Mitten; Miss Sandra E. Motta;
Miss Carol .D. Newhard. ': :,.
Mr. and Mrs. Nielsen; Mi a s
Anne Novck; Mr. and Russell
K. Oherholtrer'and two children:
Russell E. Pier son; Miss Lilla Pit-
in nil'1 jo ns potter; Mrs. jurn.
est A. Prunell; Joseph E. Pus.is;
jAme VV Reece: Robert W. Reh Reh-nie;
nie; Reh-nie; Miss Ileana Rodaniche; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert G. Rower Miss
Teresita Ruis.
-Miss Mrle Santoraf Clayton M.
Sherer; Mrs.. Esther Solelberg;
Miss Areinda SVnr.ioli; Miss Ja Janet
net Janet W Stockham; Mrs. Esther V.
Swift: Miss Lucy Telesca ; Rtrh Rtrh-ard
ard Rtrh-ard W. Thompson; Mr, and Mn.
Braxton W. Treirtwell'; Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Ward; James W.
Waisnn, Jr.: Mrs. Frances Watt:
Mr. W, M. Whitman and two chil.

Allowances Dip
So Do The Discs

JWBWIsjBisiaaj i frwAw5
Tina Robin Uurie London
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come ut and sine with them.
Laurie wou'd, and did. And he was
Invited back the next day ind the
nexti-and then a scout rom Par
lophorte,. an English affiliate of
Capitol, heard him and signed him
and recorded Mm. v
Now he's rolling another single
(also, a spiritual) is Coming, then
. maybe an album. There's a -chance
the ; whole X.ondoniamily father
(a salesman) mother and Dig sis.
ter Rosalind who's "going to be en.
gaged"-may come ever here per.
manent'y, ''.;, li-w
Laurie would like that. Maybe he
Could get a horse. -:
Take, after take, Tin Robin was
"Sugar Blues'! at a Coral record.
uig session. It was food, but music.
ai director Milton uemgg wasn't
wuite, satisfied. Finally; Tina was
urea, and nejtfeet hurt., So she
took oJ her shoes. That did it
the next take was a nowarhmise
that .pleased everybody. ; ; t t v
DICK'S PiCKir-The gimmick
o almost non.existing lyrics (like
"Tequil a") gets another entry
with the fast.movlng "Bikini" by
mo aiiiiuiis on Houiett;' others;
"Take Us to Your President" (Jim
Lowa, Dot); "The Night They In.
vented Champagne" (Sylvia Syrns,
Decca);,'T'm Sorry I Made You
Cry" (Cennia Pranefs, MGMj; !'t
Forgive" (Glerla DeMareo, Ar.
row); "Don't Look Back" (Molly
m, Capitol); -"Tear it Up" (Chue
Wiley, United Artists); "Don't Gc
Home" (The Flaymatas, Roulette.
Good comedy on LP Is a rare
commodity, so It's nice to report
on. some happy albums-on Verve,
the-sassy Mort Sahl has a two.
sided monoioctue that's a delight
called "The Future Lies Ahead":
on Offbeat, a New York cabaret
revue "Take Five at Julius
Monk's Downstairs, makes a wonp
dprful record, especially Jn Ar.
nold'g song. "Gristede's": on Co.
ral, Dody Goodman makes her
record debut with a spotty, collec.
tion of funny songs, "Dody Good,
man Sings?'. yy
A couple of rarely recorded opel
ra in widely di'ferina styles are
new offerings on MGM, taonard
Bernstein's light and modern
'trouble in Tahiti" Is ah interest.
Ing little number; on Angel, ROssi.
nl's "Le Comte Ory" is an unusual
opera, well done by the Glynde Glynde-bourne
bourne Glynde-bourne Festival.
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IF a friend neglects to Pay you
a small amount of money ne owes
you and you know it is because
he has forgotten, it is quite all
right to mention it.
, Any honest person would f ath.
er be reminded of a debt than
fail to pay it because it slipped
hia mind. ,. v.
A fascinating pictorial maritime
history Of San Francisco Bay, Com
piled by John Haskell Kemhle, is
amnnrt ha Vi'inks nlaned in circula
tion this week by the Canal Zone
Library. v.
Bv means of more than 356 il illustrations,
lustrations, illustrations, an introductory "text
and extensive captions. "San Fran
Cisco Bay" presents the maritime
history of the Bay are from its
first recognized discovery by the
Spaniards in 1769 to th rapid rise
nt l.n, Crinl'iii'il rinr.no the Gold
Rush and its growth and develop,
ment to ii present pos'.lion as one
of the great ports of ih world.-
The comri e iiat oi new uobks
and their authors announced this
week follows: ;
Nen-fietlen:- Fiektings .Travel
GUMe o Eur0nr,-193 Fielding;
Basic Electrical Engineering, Fi;z-
tiriM'1 Sun Franpiuro BJV. Kem-
bl! Treasury of Sports Cartons,
Lariar: Book of Boxing and Body.
bttildlnl. Msrcimo: Mis iiowara
and the Emperor. Maurois; .Furth .Further
er .Further f-w fnf oi'r Tinti. Thurher:
and The leainnings of Unitarian-
is in America. Vr'?,ht.
FlatUn!- Thomasma, ; oamco;
Th Long Fight.. Rayper ;( A time
to be Happjt SahgaH- The Three Three-Time
Time Three-Time Losers, Stein; add The' Long
Farewell, Steward. 1
Children's Booksi- Foxie, Aul.
lr iWn hr west Wind' a Chil
dren, Burgess; .The Tall Book of
Bible Stortel, UlDSonj Benjamin
West and his Cat Grimalkin, Hen Hen-w
w Hen-w Wm Cillis;1 Leaf : i U.Si Air
Fore AWemy, Eugeman. Skip-
py the Monkeyt' Gates; .Tuff y. and
Koots, Gates; Mr. and Mrs Vig,
Gates; Mary Queen of Scots, Hahn
Marv and Bill; F'H-eth; Pago,
Ttftiilnf Csv' of Riches. Hononr:
Vim Are You?, sharp, and Heroes
of $asebailcsmith.
v.'. .?
IT always makes a woman who
is-down in the dump feel, batter
To buy a new and becoming
hat v y"i :,:: yy-y -?
TO get her hair done at a, beau
ty saion..
.,.,.?nv-:;VA't,'i4.,A..ii',;!
To siraighten her clothes closet
or dresser drawers.
; To receive a compliment..
To make a self-imnroveinmit re
solution, whether it is to- lose 10
pounds, get along better with her
motner in-iaw, ne mora nauent
with the children, or whatever.
T6 make a lis I of all Ihe thinss
she haa to do. TThey iieier seem
so overwhelming when put into a
neat list aj they do whemthey are
nagging nine mougnis.'sne ,is a
fra daha will fornat.)
To buv a cart of Paint and nalnt
something, whether u's u kitchen
tabic, a flOwer pot or a whole
toota,:ryn.y'-y;-y ,i ".j,::-'
To receive an invitation to a par party.
ty. party. (Right away she'll start figttr
Ing out what she'll wear and may
be she'll decide she has to nave
I hew dress for the occasion.)
TO hear about Someone else's
Iroubies. (The Usually put her
own in tne shade and make her
ashame of worrying over anything
less man a reai trageayj
To have her husband teleohohe
from the office in an obviously hap
py mooa to suggest tnat tney nave
dinner .out that evening and goto
a movie. 1
To receive a cheerful, hatmv.
sounding le.ter from someone site
cares about.
To have one of her children un
expectedly do something sweet
ana tnougnuui. :
TO take time out in do inmethin
nice for someone else that she has
been meaning to do for days, but
nay never gotten arouna to. t-.
CUTICUSIA Tslcuni j
Acts Like Marie i
Floe, aoft, delightful delightfully
ly delightfully frifrafti Ctitintra
Taltuul contain da da-,ixiura(
,ixiura( da-,ixiura( BDiimptic-.
C-8 v (Haaehloro (Haaehloro-thana),
thana), (Haaehloro-thana), Kaipa tha
skin frenh and aweet.
Moolh9 aunlium,
PreVtnta, relievo
ht and dipr fh,
frtot irritation. F .(
I
fci SWMtt aMis tMat smi ask mtdt

JJhe Voice (9 $ roadway 5f ;v

BROADWAY BULLETIN BOARD
Joan Crawford's d a u ( h I e r.
Christina, is being squired to the
East Side spots oy Dick Roman
the young singer who just -won
Armur uocurey a s,ooo xaiem
Scouts prize, 4 .The tnaiiage-
ment ot Mxim'i die most ; fa famous
mous famous restaurant in Paris and
na, of tha mntt limnm n tha
world la about to sue Otto Pre )
minger and others involved with
the movie version of "Boniour
Trislesse." The plaintiffs will
claim that they permitted Sequen
ces tor tne picture to be filmed
in the historic place, with the
understanding that there'd be an.
propriate screen credit, but no
suet credit appeared, so the law lawyers
yers lawyers have been summoned
Babe Ruth's widaw la finally
Batting areund ta har autobia.
graphy, which will ba tilled
"Tha Babe and I." Goad bat:
She really wan't tall, all, avert
fheugh it's fashionable and
remunerativethese days, .Ti .Titus
tus .Titus Turner, the singer who
dreamed up the Seng "That'll
Ba Tha Day" fiv years age
and sold if for $50 could have
made $50,000 In royalties If he'd
been more patient ar perhaps
less hungry, ,i
It took three doctors to p e r
saude Pattl Page that she had to
have those expensive tonsils taken
out. She was understandably petri
fied at the thought of any-opera.
uon tnat might aftect ner voice,
. .A big-name firm has ordered
l.OUO.OOO bottles of the S t o t k
Club s best known perfume r (the
one snerman gives td Celebrities i
and will package it with the prod product
uct product as part of a mammoth adver advertising
tising advertising campaign starting later this
month. :-vy-ry- i
Hilton Berle 'wants Greta Thyi
sen to take Bertty George's place
in hia night club act. but : she's
debvtag, She still has part of her
he I set on making the grade in
te legitimate, theatre.
Miami Beach ho.ei men. frieht-
ened by last Winter's disastrous
business, will try. to persuade the
city fathers to construct a huge
legalized 'gambling casino on a
tract or ; ocean front between e
den-ROc and the Rtyal Y o r k.
They're convinced that an attrac attractive
tive attractive gaming place : would prove
lillllll'
i y
LORON BRODIE BURNHAM
recently was elected president ot
the Isthmian iHicorical Society'.
New" Panama Canal Company
Training Officer, ha has lived
and worked In both the Canal'
tone and Panama. Ha first came,
to the Isthmus lit 1?3 as a news
editor of Tha Panaman Ameri
can.
Camera Clinic
lb Begin Wednesday
AI Balboa JWB
A "camera clinic of three ses
sions will besln on Wednesday at
the UsO.JWto Armed forces SeH
vice Center under the direction ot.
Eugene Dorr, past president of the
Diablo Camera Club.. .
Derr will Illustrate his lectures;
with colored slides and pictures.
1 The first Of the series will pre present
sent present Information aoout cameras,
iilm, and phoiographic Interest in in-.he
.he in-.he Republic of Panama and the
Canal zone. .
The remaining lectures, sened J
uled for June 18 and 25. will pie pie-Sent
Sent pie-Sent use of the camera meeters.
lens, iiltera; picture composition,
ana a suae ciuuc.
These lecluts will be presents'
USO-JWiB in Balboa.
AirbcrriD Sccioly
Elects Officers
All Recent Meeting
A new president,, vice president
secretary and treasurer were a.
letted at the June 3 mee.ina of the
Panard Airborne Society field at
fort Kobbe.
The newly-elected president it
Cant. Jotefih Griiffi. command
ing officer of C Company, 1st Bat Bat-tie
tie Bat-tie Croup, 20th Infan ryt th viflq
president Is Capt. James Bdyie,
special services officer for the in
Battle croup; secretary, is sgt.
James Coffrin of the Jungle War.
tare Training Center and treasur treasurer
er treasurer for he society is MaJ. Michael
C. Chester, commanding officer
of JWTC.
Guest speaker for the Occasion
was Lt. Col. Clarence A. Thomp Thomp-wii
wii Thomp-wii of the tr.S.'Armjf Military Mis Mission
sion Mission to Brazil and advisor to the
Hraziliah Army Airborne School.
Also pn the agenda was a special
film entitled .'Captured German
Airhone."
The next meeting of the Panama
Airborne pnclety is j-,--'. 1 f i

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an irresistible lure to vacationers
without giving an unfair advair advair-age
age advair-age to any one hotel, and they'd
all profit by business that other other-wise
wise other-wise would go U Havana or Las
Vegas. .,
Quia quettiant Whan the ur.
tain falli an "Blue Denim,", why
does Carole Lynley rush evef :
to the stage dear of "Sunrise
It r m -.1.-11 an

J'The Old Man and the Sea"
should lure all the moviegoers'
who complain that they get para paralysed'
lysed' paralysed' sluing through those three
hour epics. The Hemingway sata
run just 89 minutes. Lance Revent v
low's passion for racing which his
mother, Barbara Hutton, is said
ed in a national magazine, wih v

piuiures oi ma specially Duilt
$30,000 sports' ear...Erskine Cald Cald-well's
well's Cald-well's 33.h novel, now en route
to the publisher,' has a pretty
far-out title at the moment "Num.
ber 35.", What happened to "O.
pus"?). y;'y :,y y:yyy
-Waiter SchuUess1, assistant Wine
steward at ldlewild'a Goldea Door
restrauranl,- once performed- a
similar function, in the household
of Winston Churchill. He confides,
that the great man's favorite
champagne is Pol Roger '28, rath rath-er
er rath-er hard to come upon these days.

Nicky Hutofl-a date at the As As-Jembly
Jembly As-Jembly the other night was Juilt
Newmar, atd apparently her beau beauty
ty beauty did nothing to destroy his. ap
petite. He put away a steak.for steak.for-two,i
two,i steak.for-two,i all by himself. .Peter Vier Vier-tel.
tel. Vier-tel. author of 'White Hunter,
Black Heart,,, and quite Uresis Uresis-tible
tible Uresis-tible to the ladies, is apt to wind
up as the bridegroom of one of
Hollywood's most distinguished ac ac-tresses.
tresses. ac-tresses. , ..
? l1'. ; i 'y-i yy y j.
f Marlon faula; fhe pretty sing singer
er singer with Johnny LaSalla's bom
bo at the. Left Bank, Is "Idenfl.
fled" several times a night by
patrons who take her for an
of the DeMarte Sisters., Actual,
ly thay'ro right as wall as
wrong: Mariano Was the "fake "fake-DoMarao"
DoMarao" "fake-DoMarao" with tha famous vo vocal
cal vocal group for almost a year.
Har' looks and voice fitted in
with the girls so well that she
s. able to Sub for Arlene. ;
. Sophia Loren ha utlarA nntk
er deathless paragraph for collec collectors
tors collectors .of how-wrong-can.you--be at'
juuging cnaracter prose. To the
Italian weekly, "Oggi." she de.
clared: "Bill Holden js the kind
of man women would Want To
marry who wish serenity and
rest, htlt for" tonm.hi mhA Uiuh
adventure, capriciousness and in
leueci i would advise Tony Per
kins, who-looks like the best in
his class at School but register
unrest." -
Nice to know Sophia Isn't Clair''
voyant along -with everything else.
Union Church Opens
Vacalion School
At
Monday Morning
A large enrollment la anticipat.
ed for the coming vacation Church
School by leaders of the Balboa U.
Jlon Church. Plans are completed
for the opening o' the two.week
session beginning on Monday and
closing Jcne 20. The school will be
in session from 8:30 to 11:00 o' -clock,
five days each week.
Classes are arranged according
to the grade and age of the chil.
dren. The study theme is "Learn
ing About Jesus.'' Daily activities
will include worship, Bible study,
srta and crafta, songs, stories''
dramatics, recreation and snacks.
, Mrs. James Sheffield is arvinjr
as arts and crafta consultant for
the entire school. Each depart.
mpnf li vtl htitt&A .i,k r
leaders and assistants. -.
ine department superintendent
will be; nursery Mrs. Max Schocht
kindergarten Mrs. Eric osterberg
primary, Mrs. Manuel Diaz; low
er junior, Mrs. Edward Benson :
nior high, Dick Waymack,
rtuvance registrations Will be
taken Sunday, The school is open
to auf hildren of the church,
friends, and other children of the
community who wish to attend.
Wife Of US Senator!
Defends Her Riif;
To Model Swim -Suit
WASHINGTON (UPI) Mrs.
Maurlne Neuberger, wife of Ore.
gon'g Democratic senator, defend defended
ed defended her right today to be pictured
in a bathing suit. She said she is
not "different from, or better than,
any other American female.'
If the bathing suit is made In
Oregon SO much the better; said
Mrs. Neuberger.t- ...,,. ,; -, ;.;,'
Mrs, N. -mode'ed an Oregon Oregon-made
made Oregon-made swim-suit, very nifty," at a'
recent fund 4 raising jamboree
thrown by Democrats here, Thera
was a picture taken. Some people
wrote in. -'v -...:. i.::1-
In the newsletter she and her
husband send thlir constituent!
Mrs. 'Neuberaer said there were
many favorable letters but tome
from people who "think it ws
'improper' for tne wife of a U.S.
senator to appear thus in puWia.
"I am informed by the Depart,
ment of Commerce that approxl.
12 million women's swim,
ing Suits Were sold during 195?,"
she said. "If It is permissible for
all these women to wear bathng
suits, then it is equal'y right for
thr wl 'Pot a -senator to dcr go. go.-!
! go.-! "Furthermore, 1 was modeling a
suit made in Oregon," she added.
Noting, the jamboree commenatnr
made a point o that 'act, She
sid mnybc some of h l.R:)0 ro.
pie fresent bmichl similar f. ."t
and f.irni r ''-



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NOTICES

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Gturch cl Christ
aW. no
Vug pja. '
CJslSTOBALs American tof ."
savvies Sunuay !: k-ta. 11:00 JO
W ABAJ : house No. 4 to a
auhay J J

Unitarian
- 1st
a Lt,
BUndsy School
g:U am.
Ancuu stlvd. as
iunity f mm
awieoa ...
UlvHUl
lo liberal
raUkiuu.
Edmund fcUib W
Sunday liDd aa.i
'iraruhg VJWon
,.a.
....
4;SU pm,
1M p ni
relink & Blblk
Stuay Eacn Viednesaay....
! Siuieniood-lsi wonuay
tci -MonUi ........ .-
V.iJ u Monday : i .
l actt Monltl
7:00 pan
) :30 pan.
flRST KArtlsl CHUKCIt
. Balboa HeialiU, C Z.,
21 Ajicoh Boulevard
Drawer '' ttaibna HeiaMi
. Phone Balboa 1721 ?
vVlllUm a BetbJ, PUtOi
fundsr' School ..n in.i. JiW ; m
Morning Worship- .......... m
Baptist .Trainmt Union 30 p.m.
Kvangellptic -Service ....... 7 30 p m
rrayer Maetlni. Wednesday T:M D
fMS$ibie SlUd thUra
S day .....i..i.i.,...fi
' Men's Brotherhood (Lat
. Monday In month V
ilOU tJB.
llM OA
HKSt alAPTIST CHUfcCH
Margarita Avenue at' 5th Sweet .,,
Margdrlta. Canal Zone
: Revi Wendell C. Parhei,, Pasloe
BuiidH- Scnooi ... """',.!')!;
Mornma Worship ..- 0 am
Baptist rraininlf Union...... 6.30 p m
tvenlne. Worship .. .. J?"
Brotherhood, Tuesday ",, "J"" B
prayer 'Service,1 Wednwdeys t i00 pm.
WM.O let it Srd Friday, 1 rt
G.A.. RA, a Sunbeam. 1 v
Frtdav n.iiii.
3:30 e.m.
,,i Salvation Army ;
'(Mortitum)riatlnhl tvnniellttle
Meetints) , ..
; PANAMA CITY C ,J (
.Major A, Mrs. W. Bishop
15 February Street, Phone! 31-2005 r
,11 00 Holiness Meetlni
3 00 Sunday School 1
7.30 Salvation Meetlni
pARAlSO.'fa.Z, '
tnvoy A Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Culana Street ; -,. ,, ..... j .,
11.00 Holiness Met(ti
3 00 Sunday School
' 7 30 Salvation Meeting v
" COLON CilNTrlAt -
Sr. Ceptaln k Mrs. H. Orsnt
14th Street, Phone 38-743 .
11 00 Holiness Meet)n(
3 00 Sunday School
r 7 :3ft, Salvation Meeting i
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr, Captain S. Taylor
: 11 Ofl Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
1 30 Salvation Meeting -tAINBOW
CITY, C.2S,
Envoy 1. 6111
' S:00 Sunday School
1 30 Salvation Meeting ..
, Union Churchsi
TheRe Oicat Olseti, Pastor
. Balboa Road at Sart Pablo Street
" -i.ixaarViiirnH Office 1-323
I 30 .m. Church School fr,v0uf
10 30 a.m. Worship Servlcd The
xpanded Session fot Nursery. Klhfer Klhfer-esrten
esrten Klhfer-esrten and Primery Depts. Church
tune Nursery tor ehlldren under 8 s.
IM pm. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship. lt
7:00 p m. Senior High Peilowshlp.
CThoJNRev. Hay M. Blakely Mlnislet
" Te epnonn ij. u 'elki.
rh,.h KKhool. With Adult Bible
CSS4'v'e49of Worship, 11:00,
,- Youth Fellowship. I:SV
, "mhII Vvernd "Bliva7 Hw
Rev. Theodore P., rnrMt Pastor
Phones i Office. 4-2M2. Res, 1-1491
a"" Church School- But .rvce
Clasea: Niirsery--thrmigh adUlt.
A il:oo a.m. Momme worsjnp,
Nun er tar intents and ft
small ctill
i r Vntltfc PfllOWShiD.
' A complete schedule "'"'"jry ae-
tlvltie ana otiiciai
nounced from weeK to ween.
J Walker M, Aldetfnn,
Pastor
O" : 6-470 Res
l30 m SMmtr:9rhool
i rtwi.1.1 tn.Mlne and ween-day. et
vltlM a annnnne
ed
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Churches the many faiths in the Canal I, and thk terminal titikk
nwt desk fn writing by Wednesday noon Hit later! kt any change
1st the lamina Saturday' church page.'
Ministers, khutch lactltirMt and chaplains ark eskeo I Inform the
at Panama ana Colon, Republic el annua. estend a ekemk at alt
timet to man and woman at the armed services, and ta civilian Mif h
bar, friends and strangers.
A I public skrvica.Thk Panama American list belew. by denami
ationt, notices ol hour at worship, and dibit ttuU activities.
Listings ere rotated turn time t time. Denominations having only
n it two inrttins are listed, under "Othet Church e Services
A special lisfin ie included a services at Army ksti Ait Pored base
tni Naval stations. : v v

atbii
T. MARVk tHDUtH-Balhoa
Bundav iitmm: 7:00. 1:00. I:00 and
IJ:oo a.m
Holy Dal -MaJMcal IM. ivo, uiea am
and 5:00 p.m - . .
ConfnKloiu. Saturday. :S0 U W
SAd I 00 10 t w fta Thurniity. before
First rrdajr. 1M 10 f :IW p.m.
Mlracuioua aseaai novena:
Catechi.im eia anar we a:w ma
on Vunday
Hlaji school aruaj viuo iw pinaii
Wednesday .
Barbed hkabt
urMt Uin ii 7:10 A 1:30 e m.
HolV bay maaoaar lM e tni 1:00
rDi.iamni Katnrdat 1:30 to k:0V ahd
7 '15 tn S:00 p in, Thursday Before Firrt
Socrea Heart -ueveuonar. i we mm: m
catecninn uaaai a:ia im : pa on
Tbunday
Otn LADf Or rAtlMA-Cuntnio -Sunday
Mass at IM A w
Holy Day Mean at 1:30 p m. '
Csnlemionai ;00 to B:tt p ra on
Catechism cusai aaiuraay a iu
ajth
ST. JOSEPH Faralso ''".'
Sunday Massea at 7:00 and 1:11 i n.
Holy Day Maa at BiW pss.
uiltrfv Mas' : !fkl a.m. i
Confessions: Sitarday 3:30 to l: and
Catechliim Claaat Sunday lM tt tM
MlriiKuiAus Model NoVeMei ti0 p.m.
Convert, Instrucilonal TBursdaS AM
Bf.' ViNCfiNrSPanamt tilt'..
Sunday Ms: 6:00 and 1:1 a.m.
. Hniv hov uu: t:10 and liOO B.M.
(It It (alls On Saturday' the Uamea ore
:ou end 1:30 a m i
CbAfesiiena: seturoay I ioo ta :o ene
1)01) ta 8:00 puna l nuruv beiore nrm
Friday 7:ao p.m
Mlraeu ou meoai novena ana bw
nfl of the Croml Friday 7:10 b.Ali
Catechism Claim Arte 10 nan rt
Sunday
l'hiirfiay
CortVerl ClfeMi
am Dk Tuesday and
ST. THt:RKA toeotl
B..nJ.. Mmmd m -SO itt. I
Holj bav Mass: 6:00 a.m. (It It .falls
am cti,H jlS.so ami'
Catechism Clanal i:sw to e:u pm. on
Mqndsy
V.oniemonai niuu w a:av a.m. sunuiji
it, J(1ILN B API 1ST ot: I.A tAlXt
- Parque Lefevre
SlinriB. Mimn' 6:30 and 1:30 a.m.
Wli.uava Ma' ;S0 Mon... Thurft
., e. si.ri nsM- I nn a m
Holv, Day Masse- 6:00 aju. w :vu
p.m, 'X
Confessions: 3:30 ttt"4:30 and IM to
3:00 p.m. on Saturday -. ;. v ?
Miraculous wieaai wovenai sriay .i;w
p.m. u.-i . )''
' . n i ..In m am Ci ....
caiecmsm uvm ; o ...u
an. rrlKHEBarnsKa
Convert Clan; Monday 7:30 p.m.
B.inriav Mill! 1:00 a.m. .:
'Holy Day Ma I 5:30 p.m.
rnnfMlohs: Saturday 6:30 t6 7 flfl P ro
Thursday before Fir Friday 1:30 pjn..
Catecmwn uiass; a:ia pw
Rarrod Heart Novene: law
Conven viaani ;v p.iu,
, ATLANTIC 8IDB,
BT. JOSF.PH S Colin
Sunday Missoel S:6. giO0and :HaJn
Mii hay Masses I 5:45 and 3:00 m
Confessions: ssturaay ;w e
7100 to I 00 p.m., -V.
Miraculous Meaai woyenai, ,nw
6.15 end 7 00 pm v
Sanrrt Heart novena i enoay tua p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 PJn.
Cnnvart Clusai 7:1 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism ClSMt sunaay io:ia a.m,
tint. ih 1:00 b.m'.to 6:00 Dm,
rint rrirtavKxnosition oi raosi Biess
ed Saorament all day Reposition at I JO
a.m SatiirAa mom nil
First Saturday Devotions to our tiaay
01 FUma-Tnd noiv nosary d;wi .hi.
r.rat rnmmiinlnn InstrilrtlAns for Chll
dren Mondays and Thursday 6:00 to
7:00 pm. .i,(t.
MtitArfil.nfi iwfcnAL Cristobal
Sunriav Mass: 1 :00. 1:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy bay Masses i 4iO0. :09 a.m. and
5:15 D.m. i'
Confessions! Saturday 4:00 to 6:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 pro. After Rosary each eve
ning.
Miraculous Medal NovenSi I:l and
7:fW Dm. on Monday.
VStechlsm. Class t Aner g:uv saaaa on
Sunday. ,,:.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year; N ,',..
First Saturday! Mas at 3:00 am.
HOLY PAMtLf CHURCH In MArgarlta
Sunday Masses: 7:30, I JO. ll:o int.
First Saturday Mas:
s:isi a.m.
3:00 a.m.
4:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
MS p.m.
4.4S pm
Weekday Massesi .ni,..
Sa.urday .. 1 7:00 p.m. 10
Miraculous Medal Nov en
Holy Day Masses) 7:30 a.m,
Confession .. 3:43 p.m. to
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
.;: Benediction . 7:00 p.m
every Wodneaday. f -i.
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 JO pjk).
-every Friday. -1st;
Friday, Devotions ,,. 7:00 P.m
'1st Saturday Devotions .. 70 p.m
ST. VINCF-NTS Rslnbow City
Sunday Maness: f:30 a.m. and g:60f
a.m.- .. '
Holy Day Massea; 6:00 a.m. and tto)
p m, c '" i
Confessions: 4:00 io 1:00 and liW to
8:00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class! 10:41 k m. on Suridhy
Convert Classevery Monday at 7:00
p.m. -,
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:60 p.m
on Tuesday.
sacred Heart h'ovenai 7 W B nV On
Friday.
rMMACtlATt TONCEPTlON-GaroA
bundav Mass' 1:13 i.m
Holy Osy Mass: 3:00 a.m
Confessions! 4:30 to 7:00 pm. on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. ; .
Catechism Ctasa' 4 (W B m n Monday
. OUR LADI OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamhoa
Sunday Messes; 7:00 and 1:30 IM,
Holy Day Masses.- g:0u a.m. and S:0
p.m
Csnfeulohs Ssturdsy kt 7:00 p m. and
aiier an evening aevouims,
Bsplisms by appoinlmenti
Miraculous. Medal, Noveiiai t7 Wj pjn
un TuMday.
Sacred Heart Novgflkl 7:M p.ntvoti
Friday.
Sundfly School: 3 '30 pm, on Sunday,
Jteilgmus Instruction Clsss tor Ciill.
oin; 4:11 p.m. on Thirrsiisy,
I'ft mi Instructlnn f -r s-lul's C").
t J In snni: 7 I D p m on h. in

' Epistcpi!

Th Kt He St Hrbet lioodea. t 0
fhe Very Bev, Mainerl i
. B.T.B. Dea
Pete
' MIA LJI
THK CAtUKDRAL Of St. LljKB ;
SUNDAVS
SUNDAYS
7.30 am Holy Communion.
:1S a.m Church School (Hoty 0m
ntunioO 3rd Sunday I -
20 a.m Santa communion, era oun-
11 OU a m Mornlnl prayer ana ar
mon, rloiy tommunmn iw suimj.
7:00 p.m. ivenmi oerviee.
3 ;5
SVEUNtiSUAYs
Holy Communion,
tventni Prayer.: f
MWL1 BAYS
Holy Communion.
Holy Communion
;,; IJAILT ; a,
t ,.4li a n,
IM pfa
4:0V an.
'3k
d.li tm. Mbtnitii Ptkyoi
MM Mi.-daj Misalonarv Prayers.
COtOU
" khUrch ol s)t ASdrew
The Rev William W Baldwrn,
. Prlaal In Chares
SUNDAYS r i
Holv Communion ......... t JO lis
Church School r,,.i.,. "..,' 1:30 kJk
I Also holv Communion tnd
Morning Privet A Srmo U,00 m
Sunday Men monln.
A K'DNt'.mtAVfl
Holv Communion ......... i.uv a.m
"' COROZAl.
Chapel of The Uuod Shepherd
' The lev Clarence W Hays,
rrilst a Charge s
PRIDAYB
SOU am Morning frayer. -(H.C.
Jim Friday each Month).
' ejAMBOA
fci Blmna'i Chulitb
The Rev. John Soear Prtel In Charge
' Choral Bucharlst and 6er
Chufth School ........ ii, iSSPp)
Episcopal Young ChUrchmeB I 00 p m
Evensong and bermon ..... : i-v
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning r"rayer ana nor
Communibn . . i . i ;
Evening Prayer ...........
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd and
:00 k m
7:00 k m
ivviiNreniv A THilRSDAYS
Holy Commumok .... "V
Morning Prayer .......... f 00 k m
Evening Prayer . .. . 4 7, .0 P"
SATURDAYS
family Eucharist i.iij.iii
Office of Compline ..'..
g:30 a m
1:00 p m
LA BOCA
Bt. Peter' Church
The Bey. John Spear, Priest la Charge
Morning Prayer and fcnuren
School ...,.... v Of
Confirmation Class ...w i
Choral Eucharist and Set-
3:30 ajn
9'''w
H61V Baptism' ..'.....!.. rt:0d noon
Evensong and Address n.
7 JO Bin
J:I0 p.m
Srd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion r,.i,..i
-MiWf pai.o seco -f
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priest la Charge
THURSDAYS ' t
3:30 km. Holy Communion.
" MARGARITA 4
' Church of St Margaret
Espav knd Brkro Blvd
the Rev. Jesse K. Renew. Racier
. I c ... ;.i .1. ....
SUNDAYS ,
T 39 k.m. Holy Communion.
l:4t 4n Morning Prayer and
Church School.
UiOO a.m. Choril Eucharist V
THURSDAYS int HOLY bAYS
1:30 k m. HOly Communion. i (
. PARAIBO -i.
. The RevV Aflad Wentt, ' :
- Priesl In Charge
' The Rev, David A Oiberke,
Vicar Emeritus
BUNDAVfc ,
d ml i,.m. Oiorsl tuchsrlst Is Sermon
t:30 a.m. Infsnt Bsptlsm. :
3 Oil n il. Church School
(lie.d In Buildink 131)
a 1,0 t vmith rallowsblp
7 tsJ 'i m. Evensong ina jiaoramv ,
Ind and 4th WEDNESDAY;
iUAI
i jo pin w
omen i Auxiliary ana ai
lay Uuild Meeting.
PANAMA tiff
I St Paal'4 Chnteh
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley. Reetot
The fee Fit ft Arisen, Deaeoa
SUNLAVL V'
4:00 k.m. Holy Cfjmm-.mion
g (Hi njm Sung Eucharist e Setmofl
(0 :4k I nt Morning Prayer and Churlh
' SCtMIAf ' '. 'r
121 00 rkift HOI Bsptlsm
7 00 ,.m Solemn Vesper
i-UESDAtR '
g:30 a m Holy CafflfhUnlofi
7 JO p.m. Evening Prayer and" Sermon
WEDIiLSDAYS
:0M ia Holy Communion .
7.00 t4b. Evening Prayer
1HUR8AY8 AND FRIDAYS :,
8:30 ( m. Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
a oo k.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA'
a l.piscopal ,"'
Colon, ft. P. ''
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Be. James Peter Farmer Reefer
The Bev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
S:06 a.m. Holy Communion. :
S;30 g,m. Merrting Prayer. I
:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist krld
0:30 a.m. CHuroh School, T
ScVHIOIT
10:30 a.m. CHuroh School, 7
7 JO p.m. Solemn a Ivensohg
and Bar-
. tnuu..
6:00 a.m. Holy Cornmunlftn.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
g:00 0.M. Ivemnf Priyer.
' WtDNESDAf
1:00 a.m. Holy Communios,
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayet, -.
7 JO p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
, FRIDAY
7 Oft k hi. Morning Prayer.
:00 a m. Children' Eucharist
5:00 p.m, Evening Prayer. : :
a , SATURDAY ;.
1:00 g. hi. Holy Cuiiiiniil.loS. . '
7:00 k.m. Murnllig PrSvet.
00 p.m. Evening praver, i
7 'HO D,m, Comrtiln and M''lstlnri,
MONDAY, 'lu..,i)AY A liiUi-.iuAT
pi
r.k

Priest ta Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragwaU.
Assluaat i

SUNDAYS
IM im Holy Communion. -7:39
a m Sung Eucharist and SvrmOn.
10 JO .m Morning Prayer and Church
School.
iim noorr Holy Baptism.
6 m a m ivtiwona ana .ermost.
MONDAYS
7 JO o.m 1st end Srd, Woman s Auxi
l.arv.
tUESDAYS v.- -
6:30 pea Junior paugnters of m
King.
7:30 A m Vouih Fellowship.
IMim Holv coniiftunion.
t 0 p.m Evening Prayer and Religious
Instructions
Thursdays i
1:00 m Girl rrlendiy Society.
.00 p.m 1st and 3rd, Slngletona.
SATURDAYS
1:10 s m Jtniorv Conflrmatloli Clsna.
Other Churchss ;5
CHURCH OP TUB AA2AMEN8
44s srangipanl St, Aucoli C.2.
ttev. timer O Nelsoa, Paslur
Sunday School ,.,..n..... 11:45 am
Worship Service .,... ... I0 45 ein
Vouih Service ........... 4 4a pm
Rvsngellstle Seric ..t.i.i 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service Wed. ... 7 JO pm
METHODIST ''-.M
Sunday f l.m Panama wesiev.
" 10:3(1 kJni sunoay scnoou
" Y:1S p.m. Evangelical Service
' v and Sermon. t... Vv .-.
Sunday 7 a.m. Paralso
. 1 ajn. rararao ijuimay ocnw,
: : 7:15 p.m. Paralso. Evangelical
Service. ;vv W.Cif Xfe'.
" CHURCH OP thK MazareNB ; i
Margalla. Scnooi Cymnaaludb ,',, i
Pastor Ralph U Hysong V4V-
.Wtlte:. Bok Sort MatRarit. tX-t,
Phone: 11543, ,
Sunday School. ........... t:4km.
Morning Worship n ..... 11:00 a m
Evening Service. ti. mh IJO p.m
BAtlONAL APTIST CHURCH
1 Panama rtPfJiSra Street WSt
. Kav ar'N Brown., Mlntttaf
Divine Worship ........... 30 k.m
t. hnnl ......... 1:00 o. in
undav MassoS ...... ..i. 7. 7:45 Ui5
f r Bi Abaj kt.
Sunday School ..i . i
i:00 p m
u'uiivlU's IIITNUHMl
UMtii ThuradaVa at 7 JO and
Sundav t 4:00 pm Wlri Memorial
106 Ba'r Road Balpoa .
. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 6P
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
. nhanel on Balboa Road.
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 6:30 a.m
,,r,rf.v ScHnnl, Bundaf 10:00 k m.
, Sscrament Meeting, Suhday 6.00
Relief Society; Tuesday O OP k.m, j
MiAi Wednesday 1i30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227 ? : r X ;
Atlantic Branch j
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School. undsy 1:30 M,
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 km.
CI11UNOU PROTESTANT CrtliBCtl
a wsrm Htrtd Conrcli"
. Milton ft. Uldlg. Mt"ttM;iB,
Phone Re S3-7116 a, Ot .-IM,
Sunday School .. t "!
(A class for every egeli;-.;'.
Morning, Worship ....... 0 am
.Youth Fellowship i JIM jm
Eevenlng WdMhltf ,J:JJ M
. Praver and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in proviocu.
ittLU CAfMOUt CHUflcil
St, Bkohael The Archangel
e atrcnani
est No 1
I3tb .84
Holy (uchajlst: Sunday kt
ifSO k hv
I viednwday khd Th.ir.dav
Tue
Saetamem umno i r. ......
ylce) First ffufldk of r kk monui o
ejeaaat UkUbot, thrhina sramB
PaaasnA B-P,. .v. ;,.
Rt Hki'tT uimes D. ft BwhOB. ..
. nertrtaema.ii. '..;.--J I
Morning SWOtion I
Fellowship Worship ...o... 11 -M k.m
Sunday School .. M jj
niviM Mrvicsi ,......- r.
- THE CHR1STADELPMIANS
Panama District ;: ..
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sunday School
Morning Service 10
Adult Blblk ClkkMB Udl:: XX
Visitors rk weleom kt all.' letvlces
. BAHAPB CiWPJI '.''i:,,t'J,"i;;;
' t IP(-iM fKtyaacat
TJrbanlzael6n El Carmen. Panaml City
informal Taias wo """vrZ 1
Thursday.. . . n. . i
Colon. Ith Jb Front StreetJ
Study Clase.,....Thurdv. I M jm
BtiTHUL MISSION CtUCB ;
Espslaba SU ParalaO. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart Pastof :
Sunday! 11:00 am "Worship Service.'
3:00 p.m, Sunday School.
7:13 b.m. Gospel Servlc .r'
Monday i 7:30 Young People So ety
' Wednesday! 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 3:00 ChoK Rehearsal.
Friday) 7 JO Women' Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. THt! CHURCH OP C06 J..t
New Provldenee iv- ,,
- Mr. Maude Hlnes, PkatoT
Sunday School .............. 10:00 k.m.
Morning Worship ............ 11:00 a.m.
Night Servlek :3 pan
' FIRST CHUKCH OF G002:
Cor,. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta
Ralnhovr City, Clkkl Conk
Bevi Wm. Livingston. Pastor
v win' church OP 600 1;
73g Eighth Street Col6n
Bev. G. w. Grandiiod. Fistor
gimdav School ; ..... 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .t... ... 10:30 am
Night Servlc .............. 7:30 o.m
Morning Worship ........... :00 a m.
Sunday School 10:30 a m
Night Bervice i.i.iiniiiii.i
THt CHtmCfl OF GOD Rio Abaja
Mont Oscar Rd. 16th Bt.
in, Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schod 6:30 k.m,
Morning Worship 10:30 a m.
Nigtrt Service i jki p.m.
CHllRCrf OF GOD (PenteCoauO
Rev. B. E. Watson. Overseer
, Phone B-42S, BO 153. Gambod
Churches H Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev, and
Mr Herman G. Whvtek Colon. R.P
(Rev Fernando Lorence), Rio A bain
iRev, knd Mr. Charles Haynesi. anc
Catlvk (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves I
Sunday and weekday, eerviee at all
ehurcfie. t
" COMMUNITY CHAPEL
.' Diablo Heights. C.Z.
' (near DiaMo school)
Bee. Car) V. Thomkson, Minislst
' Box 3. Dlabl Height C.Z,
Phenes: Home. C.ambo 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday Schoe) ....... 10:00 M
i ........ w w a.m.
f it.t. 11 00
' 7:M Pro,
lervlce fin pm
woraruB. aervirt
Youth Service ;-
Evangelistik Ssrvic
Wednesday; Bible Study
and Prayer Service ...... 7:30 p.m.
Lutheran
BKEDEME LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Bav Robert P. Gkssirk, Paslok-'-v
, P.O Box 6M. Balboa
Sunday School, Bible class tl 06 g.sa.
Divine Service 10:1.1 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Himrlsy ot Ihk
moniii. -
' AtliMId Side
Fdtmer chapel of Our Saviour' EpIS-
mpai cnapci ji a 9k ana arieienael AVk.
KeW Cristobal.
IMr. "nt H. ftenitf, Vlrsf ','
P"ry S-iior.1, Rihle Clasi 3:00 a.m.
I..:,,,, S,,vue 10:1.1 k.m.

Cemninipn, last l.-.!r,--,y of the

iewisl

eewm Inciters nosro Bid 71-X La
dues 0b( Balboa C I Rjbbi Nalhar
VYithii, liiiector. -
Scrvie Friday I JO P-aa Baturnay
l. om
i See list Inf 01 Jewish service.
jpfer Bnui Bases and Siat.on i.
Long.eitMiiori Koi Shearun israet Ave
Ilea C'.hs and S6tn Street, Bella Vlsu
P'.iam City Services gM p.m,-
Christian Scientist f
1 LMMiklieoi ktltfitk il.i.sttcMk
'si CbuixU iM Chrisi. scientist Anew
" HO Ahcon Bouievaro
Atuiaa) 11:00, wedneaaas I Ik
Sunua School IJ' s.m
irsl LHurvk l C'kriM kcicMlatl, triatwba
13th Sireei A Hon vs. Highwe
StNw SrhKii s:gi, ja ...
Sunday 11:00 a.m, Wednesday (:0t k m
Posts and Bases
' PAlifIC Stub
: 1 ,i; .: ,:' Ptolaalakl 1
FORT AMADOH
Sunday bchubi ....,i,.....,...
ai.ni.n.i.1. MOfKlim .. ...... .....
Cliutch-time .Nursery School...
sOft'l CUYTON
bundsy kchoo tBullding No.
, 1M ... i .. ......... Mt... i.OO
Morning WorslUp .............. 10:3
Thursday Evening ; Mid-Weak
Mrviee ,, ........ i.. i. ... .....I r.3d
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
stsbt kimar i 1
Sunday akhool ,............. I:0
5 Mdrniiig TVorsHlB lU iie
Evening Worship j.not.it.ttv Hl
; Worship Service. Madden Wy 7:Wl
Worship service, kiq naio .... i n
VCnrlsiian Youth Fellowship t f :0
Soldlkr'a Fellowship -,Thurs. .. M
Otlieer'a Christian Unlon-Thurs. g:0
aLbHOOk aib FOkCb alASi l''' ;,
Sunday School .. .' k:3
Adult Bible Class (NCO, Clubli. 1:30
Morning Worship ...... tat 10.45
. Youth Fellowship
jis. NAVal STATION, fledfrun , f
Sunday School .. .... .. ... 1:34)
Morning Worship 11:0V
Holy Communion First feunday ;
t. i01 onU"l; ft; A:' A V. Vl ;i
IStlt WD HEADQUAHTtlRS 4JHAPBL
1:00
morning vvorsmp .........i.....
(Holy Cummunion First Sunday
bf Month li s w '..-
Naval Radlt, Sutton, Summit...
V iv'?; CathoUc f
PORT AMADOR ;'".'' A
:CMl
uauy mass ,i, .... ...I
Sunday Masses 7:oo m
Confessions, Saturday .,4:30 A
Sunday ....... j,. ....... 6:00
1 130
:Ml
.:;
1:23
I'ORl CLAYTON
uauy niaM
.fiundiy Masses
Confessibnt Saturday
V.ViiV i
,. 6 JO A
1:45
- W IK,
.1:00
Da IV Mass V........A,. 6:15
Saturday Mas 1:00
Sunday Masses i g:M J1:46
Monday Novena Devotion ,,,, 7:30
Confessions Saturday . 6 :00 A 7 :30
Sunday Mass an. ... it... ..n..
ALSHoOlt Alit FORCS BASit.
Dkily Mass ........ ....... ....
, Bsturday. Mass .i... ............ riuv
' Sunday Masse ......... 7i45 4s 11:00
Spanish ,7:01'
N ovens 6fvics.Tuesday 7:01
ConfesslonS'Ssturday .......... YitMi
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Bkdmaa
aunaay waas
:16
, Jewish
FORT KOBBt
Saturday ..... .. t.. a......
Uso-JWB..Balbok
Friday
A1BROOK AUt FORCt BASS
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa) n ,
Saturday a
' '' ATLANTIC S1DB
, ". .. PrototMht
S
tJ
4:06
Sll
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Scheol Sldg. 313 i 3 :00
lorning Worship .,...,......,10:30
Praver fellowshlp-Bldg. 253-.
. Tuesday ......... ...i.... 7110
KYBB-Wdneiday-Fost ihspel 4 JO
L choir Practice Wadnesdar
Pdst Chapel .i.,-...-..-.s?;!S
FORT QUL1CK
, Sunday School
................ 1:30
Morning Worship ....,....... 10:45
Youth Fellowship, sunaay
6:30
Bible Studv. Wedheaday
7i30
Udles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs.
JO
U.S. NAVAL STATION, 6dc Sold
Sunday School P:30
Morning Worship ...... ........ UiOO
Holy Communion Ffant. Sunday , ..
...j.of Mof. Oil t,. ... (..j,..., .....o.ivy.;,
.'w-;.'" -fWcalhallo-"".;''. tj.rfi.'.
FORf DAVIS : r j r-
Daily Mass ,,....A....,.M, 70
Sunaay Mu :3o
Confessions; Saturday ......... 6:00
Suitdgy ; ..,.,. ....aa.i....i. 3:43
. ' -' ...
roRf cwjcjk .;,:::';,.f4;
uauy Mass ..................... : r.w
Saturday Mas 7.00
Sunday Massea i...... 7;4S as 10:19
Confessions, Saturday ., 1:00 7:00
ii s. Naval station. ce Bolo
Lisny Mass ...................a :uv
Siturdsy Mask a as . ... .... i4 6 :30
Sunday Mass ...... ........ f :0U
COCO SOL1TO.
Sunday Mass
7 JO
Jewish
FORT GULICK
TUetdty ......
..T.. i 7:11
Greek Orthodk' -v'.V.'-..
Greek Orthodox serviced are conduct'
ed at the Church of the Anunclation,
Via Bellsario Porras. Sab Francisco tit
Sad
la CalkU, Panama City, R.P.i ahd at
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenida
Melendez. Colon, R.P., OA alternate Sun.
day at 9:30. Fof further Information,
call the Office f the Army Chaplain,
82-3113. ...
Seventh Day
i'".:f. '''.'.'., -. itc ;f
Adventut ;
'. Weekly Services In all ehurehe
. a foiiowki v,...' ..
SATURDAY! -Sabbath
SchMi'fiSB a.A, .;
Divirtk Service .11:00 a.m.
YOuth'4 Meeting 4:20' pJB..
WEDNESDAY:
Blblk Stiidy
4 JO p.m.
and Prayer Servlcd
' t Paclfl Sldd Panaml
Pastor W, H. Waller Tel IM-ISO
Cabo Verde, Av J. F de la Out
No. 17 ChOItillo 25tn N6, 27 'Pue
blo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd and 4tn
Su. Rio Abj0 11th no. 17 Gamboa
and Frijolea,' i ... .. .(.
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pastor O. O, Wlllisms-Tel. 1 5d0
Pastor A. A. Gri7la Tl g ins
SpanlsM ttitlri'hM Paciflf Sldg Panaml
1 rasior isnrnerin leirtrra
Pansmk.-Calle Barien No g
Pedregal fa Nuevk Cuirard.
Atlsnti Bid
A. Jcifrtes Tel.
Pastor 1
Colon
36 S26L
Cristobal ftia'kh lSh A P-Mlvar Ave,
Crisinb.il & ,,,, h-1 At l.ihvaf Av.
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MOVtES-TIUVWON
by Erekint Jehnsort
' MA Jferl Carresaodk'aiet
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly
woo.i gna (jrareuie: reopie
would hive 3 worn Elvu Preswy
wni:lrl he the least likely to win
Gl sood humor ribbons, but he's
the Doy who is doing it. No pe
elkl-request, nd no hip- fWlng
ing In th mornlnl tnow line.
' t.lttlP Rugg (''Peyton Plsce")
Tgmblyn lg th fellow hiving his
troubles m ttnaki. it wis oiuu
tr whsn he tilled his luppiy sen
seant a "wirdrObe tnin,r Iftd ? I
btsaer om when he linded on
KP for twe Weki liter's going I
AWOuon g dite wan i dou wno
visited him it Fi.- Ord. r.v
. Lina Turner tilled ?. off ill
plans to build i home In Acapul
co. She told pils she'll' never I -giui
set foot m the sleepy, but ro ro-m
m ro-m antic Mexican seaside resort. In
her latest movie, "Ano.her Time.
Annther Plafce;" LlM Diyi a
newspaper columnist Ind one of
her Ilneg :.:-v;:w v,.v
"Wrikt fMdplk do ii my bor
nott hkekusa rny b l id tov tov-r
r tov-r fh ndwt. , ,
Errol Flvnn surprised 'in inters
viewer 'with this wordage about
his wife.- Pat Wymorer"Sn'g not
my type, dui l love ner. ape
wasn't the tvoe. either, for a 30.
k V t t I k, I.
foot slim in g brief costume out'
side a Lis vegis Hotel ouring
her night club appearance there,
?'Too distracting lor maie niyn
way; driver, 11 'the Nevada High
Way Commission decreed.
THIY OAVI Hush O'Brien i
brlthday cake in the shape of a
bono tor h sard, out tne loppea
the celebration with the quote:
Court Instructions
To Jurors Taped
for Later Checking
CHICAGO (UP) -The Ameri Ameri-can
can Ameri-can .Tiirlirilur SocletV hal reveal.
ICAGO -(UP) i-The Amer
ji..i..i,i a..l.n,'k.i u..
ad that. taee recorder In the Jury
roQm;?ha been successfully used
fot the st threl 'years'in the
vnurtrnnm of Federal District
Judge Luther Swygert, Hamniond;
r ;??. '"':'o '.V-r
The Reorder, hoWiver; Is used
to ti'k ttf the jurori and notvto
listen to them. ,. H H 'f
With the recorder, thi aocelty
gild, the judge'l instructions td
th jury can b heard by -jurori
again, if necessary, exactly ai be.
fore, lrt the Judge's own v o'i t.
The tape recording ig used only
If requested by the jurors,: and
the entire lsstructions then must
be played back but not 'more
thin twice, the; society laid, s
Both jurors and lawyer! prac
tlsing In Swygert'g courts v hive
warmly endorsed the tape record recording
ing recording lytem, the society isid.
- The jurors' v difficulty,, the AJS
reported, in keeping in mind tech technical
nical technical Iftd often obscure differenc.
es of law given orally -by t h e
Judge is one of. the weak points
of the jury lystem. The tape re.
cording, the society added, pgr,
tially helps overcome thig weak weakness.
ness. weakness. ;
Italy Veiohs llcw
Plan For Bridge
!n Messina Straits'
MESSINA Sicily -(UPlKWUy
King Ulysses had trouble crossing
the Messina traits and it seems
that ever since communication be be-th
th be-th Italian mainland ma
the island ot Sicily had been both
a challenge and a pron eem to pun.
ticians and engineers.
The latest bridge project, re.
cently submitted for approval to
the Italian government, calls for
construction of three small lssiands
to support a i7.000.foot span. The
ctmtier island also would be a plea,
sure' spot comp'ete with hotel,
restaurant, night clubs and a ea.
slno.
Soml 14 different bridge pro),
cts have been submitted for offi
cial approval within the past 100
years, ana an oi tnem nave neen
rejected because of various prob.
lems which could hot be o.yer.
come without great expense and
dif'lculty.
The government-ordered engi.
neerg in 1866 to studv the possi.
bility of building bridge across
the xtreiit.. But the ehgineers
said it would require a huge ex.
pendi'urs which the then newly
united Italian nation count not
afford. In 170 a scheme was
worked out to tunnel tinder the
Straits, but thll wlA relAMrl h.
cause of ths seismic niture of the
region.,
Church ecu t found id

ItlVd akaaaassaaeii ;..,

BIRMINGHAM, England (Ufl)

--The Roman Catholic archhishop

or isirmingnam announced Friday i
that a diocesan court had ; beim
istaWished-to -examli)e.,.thi lite
and writings of John Henry Car-

nmai XNewman as the first

step

toward beatification. Archbishop

i. J. tirimshaw said the court

would t lis svMencs in'

Sacred Criif i r Eit?s inome

m
ex,

''I can hardly wait until I'm 33
ahd a third. I understand
tha.'i
ine best gpeeu.' 1 ;
Well, well an anti .western
note aria st. After 25 years TWA
is discarding the Indian head in.
signia on caps of flight crewmen
in favor of gold spheres. The In Indian
dian Indian head dated back to TWAs
early operations in the west.
OUT OF THECORiN BARBEL!
One Hollywood Park na? to an
ouier; "i oont remember vour
mane, dui your pace is familiar.
Notable Cuotuhlps- 01nn Fnrri
aDout avoiding type casting; "It't
not oy accident. As a matter of
flct. Im the, kind of guy -who
can t stand driving the same rou.
twice in a day. If I go to the
studio one way, I'll go home an
, w noun,. ay.Ull TUV
have become tired of acting jiL.
ur.uuing ine game roie over and
over again."
V McvU producer Ceorgt Pt
bout TVt "If has Brown int. a
gigantic baby-sitter specialixino
in btdtlmo itorio of crime and
vldlkn.": ..
. HOLLYWOODITES Ark
tt Talk-
ng AOOUt:
Key point in the Eopk HuhV
sons'-pre divorce haggling sha
eys sne g oroKer .uuv ( Zor Zor-ro")
ro") Zor-ro") Wiiusms joining fellow Dig-
ney giar ess Parker in doing
down to the leg.' Guy Just bought
the 37 f foot ketch, Oceana. .
Gwen Verdon'8 "Damn VankeeiV
Thflvie' contract running' 42 pifc.
uwen; -Ana i can remem remember
ber remember when I was glad to get Just
i pay check." '
Los Aneeles radio dejay
Whit'inghlll'g dance tune
quest! show in which he
a different high school
week.1; comiint ud with t
Dick
every
news
-s-the -high school dance crowd is
currently bypassing, rock 'n'' toll
music by a three-toone ratio
. i as w luLit 1 1 i r 1 1 1 aai ninDnnin rra
y, claims jjick, is in the 9 to
13 9l Prnun Ruvr.n1 eun u.
uAk h; "5.- -.vv r"
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9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL

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1 1 ; toachlng. , , '. j ',J
C YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS ARE WELCOME V

004,THE S0Ul3 OF f HE VBS TFiACHER rf -What
is Christian- education? The teacher li the W w
; you are wonderina:, about VBs then bl meV c7rne
;;;:or:iiiTs and m school. 15
7:00 -'THIS PRESENT AGE"
Word 0M d Bay "f01118 M. coins ind hOSr flod's
-V NURSERY For S.S.. Mornlnf and Evening- Servlca
C0ME to v.B.s. MomAi tm s!i5'!T '-r:

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A happy Mm! for boys
cmd girli . Fun, hkntl.
work and llblo ttvdy
doily.

' Dally 1:01 a.m. HOXO
SUNDAY SERVICES
9:30 Sunday School Classes Jor all ages
Fuimiinp; the teachinK ministry commanded in
1 the Great Commission)
8:20 Morninx Worship Services 10:40
(FQllcwlnt; the Apostle in the preaching of Christ)
10:40 Children's Chapcl-Rob't Snyder
0:30 Training Union--
, (ruling; a need in every ChristlSA life)
7:30 Evening Evangelistic Service
. '. (HOXCV-7J45 P.M.)
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
- r-JUN.- 9-209 :00-i 1 i30 A.M.

Trained leaders to guide vour child in th many
, experiences that ftwftlt him In a well Dlanned
1 'Bible school.

Hie

' IT. PAUL'S t
. Pknkma City
The preacher at the 7 p.m. vesp vespers
ers vespers tomorrow (first Sunday After
Trinity), will be the Rev. Carltoa
Morales, assigned to St. Paul's
Chuch as assistant to tne rector.
The members of the choir will
make their monthly corporate
communion at the 9 a.m. service.

There will be celebrations of
Holy Communion at 6 a.m. anri
9 a.m. at 10:45 a.m, there will b
Morning Prayer and Churci
School. , ,
,,xUNI0N CHURCH
Catun I
"When I Wis a Child," wiU be
;he subject of the sermon by the
minister, the Rev. fliy Blakely, it
the 11 o'clock servFce of worship
for Children's Day. "The anthem
by the choir, Lois Myerg Emlg'g
"The Busy Years."
Jn order to havepgmple tlms
for Its -Children's Day program,
the Church School will meet at :
9:30 a.m.; instead of the usual 0:43
All parents and adults are invited.
The adult Bible class will be dig.
missed so a to be present for the
program. At 5:48 p.m., the Youth
Fellowship. will meet, with MisS
Claire-White, 'president- of the
group in charge of the program.
The entire congregation is InviL
d to the service of prayer and
Meditation, from fl:30 till 7 tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening.. Thii service is con conducted
ducted conducted by member of the You:h
.fellowship,
.?- ---I ;
Scientists Find
Wettest Soot: :
Near USGlacier
SEATTLE, Wash. L(UP)'J The
wettest place in the United States
ha been pinpointed near B'ue
Glacier' on Mount Olympus in the
extreme- northwestern part Of the
nation. .. .,;,v
' A University of Washington gel gel-entile
entile gel-entile team conducting research
jor -me international Geophysical
Year determined thig 'fact from
studies conducted at the team's
camr on the Olympug llountgin
glaCier,v,' i-; ,..,!., ,,,; .,,,.-
sJtecordings of fain and snow
frOm last August through Decm.
ber totaled 67.90 inches at Blue
Glacieiy compared iwth 51,25 lneh
es at Spruce, Wash.. 45.61 lnche
al! Quinault and 12.S7 inches In
Seattle.,.::,,.,,,,,,.:,;,;-,,,'!',,, ..
- The Qulnault-Spruce area oh the
Olympic Penlngula prevlous'y had
been regarded as the- wettest
part of the United States,
(CAPWe
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. Elton r vichen, Asl Patter
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
O P Pet. Go
Milwaukee
jSan Francisc
St. Louis
Chicas
Cincinnati
. Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Las Angtlac
27 18 .600
J 20 .592
23 22.SU
25 26 .490
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25 .479
26 V. 422
28 4. 400
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' Today's Gamos
Pittsburgh at Chicago ;;-
Milwaukee at Los Angeles
Philadelphia at St. Louis
. Cincinnatt at San Francisco
(N)
Yastorday's Results
Pitts. i. ... 100 000 000-J.4..1
Chicago 110 300 01x- 9 0
Law 5-4), Porterfield, R; G.
Smith and Foiles, Kravitz.
. Drott (3-2) and S. Taylor,
h' (Night Game)
Phila. 000 000 1001 7 1'
St. Louis OOO 210 OOx 3 7 0
Mbrehead (0-1), Meyer and Lo-
pata.
Jones (4-6) and H. Smith.
Milwaukee .000 Mb 020-3 9 1
Los Angeles 000 001 0214 10 :
i Rush, McMahon (8), and Cran.
dall: Drvsdale. Podres (8)( La
bine (9) and Walker. WP Labine
2-1). LP-McMahon (5-1). HRS
Turillo (5), Zimmer (5).
(Night Gamt)
Cincinnati 5 San Francisco 4.
1 AMERICANS' TO COMPETE
- NEW YORK (UPI) -The Ama
teur Athletic Union has announced
that a United States track and
field team will engage rivals in
four, countries this summer. The
irODAY.ENaNTO-.35-.20fl
Double to Cinemascope
Pat Boone In,
"APRIL LOVE" 1
Nat King Cole lrK
2
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35c. 20c.
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with' Jeff Chandler
DAY OF THE BAD
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with Tied MacMurray

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".' i AMERICAN LEAGUE v
, W L Pet. GB
New York 31 12 .721

Kansas City 23 21 .523 V-i
Boston .23 24 .489 10
Chicago 21 24 .467 11
Clovtland 22. 26. .458. .11
Detroit 21 25 ,457 1IV,
Baltimore 20 24 .455 tl'-i
Washington V 21 26 .447 12
, Today's Games
Detroit at Washington ;.
Kansas City at Baltimore
Cleveland' at New .York
Chicago at Boston.
'Yesterday's Results .
(First Game)
Kansas City 000 010 0001 7 0
Baltimore 000 000 llx2 8 0
Kellner (0-2). Trucks.; and Chiti.
Johnson (2-4) and Triandos,
Ginsberg. i
.. 1 (Second' Game) r':
Kansas City 000 000 1 001 4 0
Baltimore 000 012 OOx 3 7 0
Herbert ", (1-1), Gorman and
House.
Pappas (2-1) and Triandos.
(Nigh Game) T
Cleveland : 030 001 001-5 7 1
New York 100 003 20x B 11 3
Tomanek (1-2) ,and Nixon,
Brown.
.Turley (9-1) and iBerra.
(Night Game) 1
Detroit - 023 100 32011 14 0
Washington : 000 000 20v- 2 4 2
Hoeft 4-5) and Wilson.
Griggs (2-2), Stobbs, Byerly and
Courtney.
(Night Game)
Chicago 001 010 0002 5 0
Boston 000 100 02x 3 & 1
Wilson, Staley (1-4) and Lnllar.
Nixon, Wall, Delock (2-0) Kiily
and Berberet, White.
U.S.squad of 44 men and 22 womr
en meet a Russian team in Mos Moscow,:
cow,: Moscow,: July 27-28, take on Poland
at WarsawvAug. 1-2, the Hunga Hungarians
rians Hungarians in Budapest, Aug. 4-5, and
- a, Greek, JteaniJuAtftens, Aug. 8-9.
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- Also:
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VICTORIA
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COBRA WOMAN
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MIDNIGHT SHOW! O
' EDMOND O'BRIEN in
"SHIELD FOR MURDER"

Major' Lpanues
To Crack Down
On Oeanballers

CHICAGO, June 7 UPU The
Major Leagues cracked -down to today
day today on beanball pitcher' j
Starting with today's schedule,1
a pitcher will draw an automatic
$50 fine if he is warned- by the
umpire against intentionally throw
ing at the batter. : ;
If such a oitch is repeated, ttw
pitfher will be tossed out of the
game and be liable to further fine
or suspension, according ., to trie
judgment of the league president.
The new regulation was framed
by presidents Warren Gile of the
National League and William Hai
ridge of the American League, in
a meeting yesterday. 1 .. ;
' The meeting' was called -after a
rash of "duster" incidents cropped
up in the National Leauge withm
the past two weeks. .
The league president .said in a
joint statement: '. "
"Deliberate throwing at a baiter
is unsportsmanlike andvhas no
place in baseball. V
' "Pitchers and managers are in
the best position to' control the
practice by voluntary action which
Will be more effective tnan any
rule which can be written,"
"A i- i n- ... ) in n- 1 i.-
Little League
Park Drive f0n
The Rainbow City Youth; Edu Education)
cation) Education) and Recreation commit'
tee announced today that a house
to house call will be made In
.ie next Hit days asking resid residents
ents residents for a donation of .50 cents
or more to help defray expenses
for the erection of a Little
League park adjacent to the
v. ....om Cily playground.. --
Canal Zone authorities i have
promised their fullest coopera coopera-iion
iion coopera-iion to tuts project and it is now'
up to Rainbow City residents to
rally behind this venture which
will assure the youngesters a
home where-they can indulge in
good clean sports, tne commit committee
tee committee said. - '''-i;'': 't
Work has already begun, but
additional funds are needed to
continue the operation. if
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THE THREE
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, NET CHAMPS Displaylne the trophies they

Tennis Tourney are (at left) doubles champs Ray Schilling (far leit) and Tim Howard of Ft.
Kobbe, and (at right) the 15th Naval District team, singles titlist Ray Nesbitt (2nd from right)
and Dick Sexton, runner-up with Nesbitt In doubles. Capt. Kenneth W. Hines (center), Rodman
Naval station commanding officer, made the presentations. (Navy photo by Bott)

Casey Stengel Outlasts .47
Other Managers In 10 Years

USArCarib School Continues
To Dominate Basketball Loop

The Army Atlantic Company Lev
el Basketball Tourney i continued
to be dominated by the undefeat
ed USARCARIB School as they
rolled over Navy Harbor Defense
Unit in Wednesday night s sec
nnrl PamA fil tn MR Thp ftt.hpr
Wednesday contest saw the B
Battery. 764th AAA Battalion; Pac
ers set tne pace in a oz to 50
win over a Battery.
Thursday night aw' Navy Gale
ta Point take a fourth place Jun Jungle
gle Jungle War- fare (' Training a Center
quintet 47 to 31 in what was con considered'
sidered' considered' the upset of the week.' C
Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry,', continued ,to prove : in
prowess by downinghhe 549th
MP Company 57-39 in the other
Thursday night contest.
Forward Ed Roselle set the
pace for. the B Batterv Pacers by
oushing 16 omunts ihrough the
hoop as A Battery was bombard bombarded
ed bombarded to its two-point, loss.V High
icore honors were shared by two
of the losers, guard "Willie Hioos
with 20 points and Leroy Scurry
witn 17.
5 The USARCARIB School conti continued
nued continued its drive for Atlantic court
supremacy, with John Foster. arid
Don Myers leading the; way with
18 and 17 points respectively, in
downing the Navy Harbor Defense
cagers in Wednesday's second con contest.
test. contest. High man for thei sailors
was forward Dick Kemp who post posted
ed posted a reputable 17 points.
C Company drove another stake
in its claim to second nosirion in
the tourney on Thursday when it
came from behind a three-txrint
half time deficit to balst the 549th
MP hoopsters with an 18 point

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margin of victory. High" man for
the doughboys was center (Jim
Reeves who got six baskets and
two charity tosses for a total 14
points. Big Don Taylor of the
MP's accounted for 25 of ; his
teams 39' points. r
v Galeta Point broke into the win
tolumn again for the second time
by upsetting a strong JWTC ag-
gregation. Galeta Point was tied
up twictJn the third period,; Oitfce
at the mid-way point 16-16, and
at the end of the quarter, 28-28.
Navy scoring was led by old re reliable
liable reliable Frank Halladav who drop dropped
ped dropped 17 points through the bucket-
: y
' Next week's feature game will
pit the USARCARIB School a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Colon's champion Los Gua Gua-racheros
racheros Gua-racheros quintet on Friday night
(June 13) at 7 p.m.: at the Fort
Davis gym.. This exhibition game
will be open to the-' general' pub'-
UC. -! thJiwJiM
S FIGHTERS ARE FIT
" PHILADELPHIA (UPI) GU
Turner and Sugar Hart were pro pronounced
nounced pronounced physically fit Thursday
for their 10 ,- round main event
bout at Connie i Mack i-Stadium
next Tuesday night.
PIRATES SIGN PITCHER,
SPARTANBURG,' S.Ci (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The Pittsburgh Pirates have
signed Robert Edgar Wilder, a 17 -year-old
Greeleyyille high ; school
soeedballer, to contract with
their Salem," Va.t farm club in
the' Class D Appalachian League,
Terms of the signing were-not
disclosed.
G A M B O A
Sa t. Matinee 6:15 p.m.
"Texans; Never Cry"
'- and Serial t 8:15 r
"DRAGOON WELLS
- MASSACRE"
- G'A-T-U N-
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'.. f' -V'
CRISTOBAL
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MEN FROM THE MOON"

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Panama Area Armed Forces
. By OSCAR FRALEY
'NEW YORK (UPI) .-Casey
Stengel, old "old perfesser," can
count another record today in
addition to those eight pennants
and six world championships in
nine Beasons f with the New York
Yankees. -. -it-
Old Case has outlasted 47 oth oth-er
er oth-er major league managers dur dur-nfl
nfl dur-nfl his Heeade in the house
,;jthat; Rvth built.'" ''.v: .,;
This may not stop many press press-es.
es. press-es. but it points up once again
the fact that being a 'i major
league manager is an occupation
Where continued employment is
rightfully; notorious for beine on
the short side:' Some skippers, it
iiu.hc De noiea, nave been can canned
ned canned i after- finishing iirst. t. t
Whether; Casey's artful manipu manipulations
lations manipulations of his brawny talent vor
the accrual of same by the front
office is responsible, for the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee successes won't be debated
here. But when it comes to man man-a
a man-a gers, nothing, succeeds like suc-
-'. CASEY HAS .TRAVELED
'1.:: "ft)'?-!-,- !..(.; .fi 't .;.'(,'
X Old Case, tfie"; left-handed den dentist
tist dentist from Kansas City, is wrin wrinkled
kled wrinkled proof of that. To further the
pointy. it be recognized that
the guiding genius of the comoet comoet-me.
me. comoet-me. Yankee, athletes is C along
with.Marty;, Marion one of the
chamoion commuters among vari various
ous various dugouts. '.
Marion holds the laurels over
the lastecRde, having been boss
man of the bench with the Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals and. over in ,the other
leaeue, with the White Sox and
Orioles. Three iob is the most
for the last 10 years.
But Casey did his share- of
traveling too, before he became
the. gifted manager of this erS.
J! manad at Brooklvn from
1934 to 1956 and oiloted the erst erstwhile
while erstwhile Rrpvpq o' Boston row J18
throueh 1943. Tn those Hqys the
jemuj wa cMlel .? tiff, when
they kept it that polite,
; National Holds Record ;
l.v ;,.'?'-i;-''''.,'t-! 'f"'',!.v".,"r1 V.f'!l;'':. ':;i',;''''
A total of 125 ; managers 1 has
come and gone since Stengel ac-
Sffi.P ;eins at Brooklyn in
1934. Stengel was ; two of them
Thebiggest turnover in that peri period
od period was in the National Leagu"
where 65 alternately happy and
disconsolate directors of the dou double
ble double play bowed in an out. i The
top dugout redecorator was the
St. Louise BrownsBaltimore Ori Orioles
oles Orioles who, since Stengel was a
novice ; at Brooklyn have had 12
pilots. -v. ;.',.
Casey and Marion wen't th
only-league hoppers. During the
checker playing of the .decade in
whirh Sterwl has been with the
Yankee Jumps also were. wade
by Chuck Dressen. Steven O'Neill
an Rogers Hornsby.
The Jate Connie Mack is, of
course, -the. all-time manaeer'al
champion.He guided the A's for
50 years. Reason:, he owned them
Teams
Montreal
Toronto
Rochester
Co'nmbus
x-tlavana
Richmond
Miami
x-Buffalo
W
30
30
27
26
' 24
22
24
. 18
L Pet. GB
18 .625
'20 -v. 600
1
3
5
m
.9
.9V4
13
21 .563
24
.520
.471
.440
.426
.560
27
28.
31
32
(Friday's Results
Richmond 10 Montreal 6
Toronto t Columbus 3
' Miami 1 Rochester 0
x-Ruffalo 6 Havana, 6 (tie).
-TO APPOINT SCIENTISTS
VIENNA (UPI) : Communist
Czechoslovakia yesterday express
eu us willingness to appoint nu
clear scientists for participation in
preparatory laiks for, a summit
conference.., A.comjnunique of .the
Czech foreign minisiraty followed
Kussia s ieaa earlier 'this week in
agreeing to President Sisenhow.
er s proposal mai East-west sci
entific talks begin soon on suspen
sion of nuclear test.

Cocky Ni3v- Welter Champ;

Says Match Is

- ST. LOUIS, June 7 (UPI) Cockv Viroil Akins: th

explosive new welterweight, champion who floored Vince
Martinez nine times for a technical knockout title triumph
said today, "I'd like to defend against Carmen Basilio in
September." ; -'.

Truman Gibson. nrpxMent- nt the.
International Boxine Club, aoori
with Akins that a defend cihd
ex.welterweight and middleweight
cuaiiipion xtasiuo would De a
"natural." '- .. : -' ','.
"We'll know In a pnnnla nt
weeks whether Sugar Ray Robin,
son will defend his middleweight
uue mis year against. Basiuo,"
Gibson sad. "If be. drwm't
try to match Akins and Basilio
in a aepiemDer title fignt at New
York City or Syracuse, N.Y."
Akins of St. Illlis oave hnv
ing a robust shot in the arm with
his dynamic performance last
mgnt as ne won tne vacant world
147-pound crown bv '-S(orin! a
fourth-round TKO over Martinez,

Redbirds Win To Move
Inb ML First Division ;

. By FREITDOWN
NEW YORK. June 7 (UP)
Those Redbirds aren't dead brrds
after all, it was clearly demon-
trated last night as the St, Louis
Cardinals moved up in the' Na
tional League race they're on only
ly only four games out of first place
today after, a 3-1 victory over the
Philadelphia -Phillies. ; -, : x (
Sam Jones stretched the Cardi
nals' latest spurt to four games
with an overpowering 12-strikeout
performance that was the highest
tor his season. Jones, who hand't
won since May 16, leads the N.L.
with 66 strikeouts.
Tr .victory; moved th.; Cardi
nals over thei'.OO akr,5 with a
23-22 record, for the first r time,
this' season and enabled them to
gain ground on both front-runners
the first place Milwaukee and
the second place San' Francisco
Giants, who bowed to the Cincra.
nati Redlcgs, 5-4. The -Chicago
Gubs whipped the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, 6-C in the other N.L. game.
The New-; York Yankees, mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, restored their American.
League lead to VA games with
a 6-5 win as Mickey Mantle hit
two homers and Bob Turley won
LEADING
HITTERS r'
(based en 100 official' at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
s G Ab R H
49 201 48 87
Pet
Mays, S.' F.
Musial. S.. L.
Ashburn, Phi.
Cepeda, S. Ft
Hoak, Cin.
Spencer, S F,
Crowe. Cin.
Banks, Chi.
Green. St. L.
,433
.420
.347
42 157
45 170
48 197
43 167
49 199'
34 107
51 203
38 112
24 66
3059
37 66
25 55
35 '65
10 35
44 66
18 36
.335
.329
.327
327
.325
.321
AMERICAN
LEAGUE
:'y..'i'f",,r:
Nieman,"B. '34
Fox, Chi. :, 45
Kuenn. Det. 44
109 16 40
183 23 63
167 25- 57
.367
.344
.341
McDoug, N.Y
40
146 25 49
.336
.336
Skowrort, N.Y. 28 107 13 36
Ward, Cle. 39 112 14 37
Vernon, Cle. 41 110 18 35
Bridges, W. 48 171 19 53
Mantle, N. Y. 42 149 33 46
Lollar, Chi. 40 133 17 41
.330
.318
.310
.309
.308
, HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
' Walls, Cubs t 1
. Thomas, Pirates j
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants '
, AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv. Athletics
. Jensen, Red Sox -1..
Mantle. Yankees
Gernert, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles,
16
14
14
14
13
15
11
10
10
10
- RUNS BATTED .IN-
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Ifianks, Cub? t
, Thomas, Pirates
Mays. Giants i
Cepeda, Giants,. -Spenc,
Giants
48
44
40
38
36
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics 45 1
" Jnsen, Red SoX 36
rnert, Red Sox 33
t Sievers,, Senators ,-. 28
Skowron, Yankees M
LEADING
PITCHERS

- (based en S decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
, W L Pet.
Spahn, Braves' S 1 .889
Purkey, Redlcgs 7 1 .875
McMahon, Braves 5 1 v .833
Grissom. Giants 4 1 .800
McCormfck, Giants : 41 .800.
. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yankees 9 1 .900
Garver, Athletics 7 1 .875
Kucks, Yankees '4 1 .800
Ford, Yankees 2 .750
Urban, Athletics I 2 .714

A 'Natural'

who never had been stoppped iu
fore. -.-. -. .-.
Many of the 9,717 fans mi tn'
warm St. Louis Arena ,r"carded
30-year-old Virgil almost with awe
as they cheered his victory when
referee, Harry Kessler stopuecf tha tha-fight
fight tha-fight at 52 seconds of the fourth fourth-round.
round. fourth-round. At that time, the blooilsmear blooilsmear-ed
ed blooilsmear-ed New JerseyV contender lay
stretched flat on his back, look,
ing like a man who- had been
trampled by a herd of elephants.
Referee Harry Kessler did not e.
ven count over him. Iniact Kesa.
ler had started to wave his hands
in the "that's aU" signal as 29.
year-old Vincent was plummetins
toward the canvas.

his ninth game.- In other A". L.
games, the Baltimore Orioles
swept the Kansas City A's, 21
and 3-1;, the Detroit Tigers wal wal-loped
loped wal-loped the Washington Senators,
11-2, and the Boston ited Sox edg-
ed the Chicago White Sox, 3-2,
The Cards' who. despite Stan
MusiaPs low-point 'of the season,
scored two runs in the '".fourth in inning
ning inning on two singles, a 'walk, jn
error-and, an infield out and add.
ed another in the fifth whem Mu Mu-sial'a
sial'a Mu-sial'a sacrifice, fly brought; in a
tally.,-; ; ;
; "'v''' .'' ct--4'. v ,-'- '':r"'
Reliefer Don McMahon absorb absorbed
ed absorbed his first Joss1 after five victc-
ries as the Los Angeles Dndget i
edged the league-leading Milwau.
kee Braves, 4-3 Bob Rush carried
a 3-1 lead into the eighth inning
but. the Dodgers tied the; ?, s'soia
on third-basemaH Dick Gray's two two-run
run two-run triple. Clem Labine picked up.'
his second ; win In relief.
i Willieu Mays raised his average
to .433 with a 3-3 night but the
Redlegs won On a five-run slxtn slxtn-inning
inning slxtn-inning rally: featured by 1 Jerry i
Lynches three-run Jiomer.' Willanl
Schmidt ; shut out the Giants the
rest of the way for the victo-
ry. :

mmm
1
mm.
v
I FOR ANY OCCASION BobJ,
phows you me grips he'
jwes for, top to bottom,, the fasti
tiu vo na sinner. They
ot; the New York. Yankees'
iljfnt-hnderffjojnesiart
CHANGE IN COMMAND V
LONDON (UPI) Maj. Gen.
John 1L, Ives, of Delphi, Ind.v hal
been named deputy ctunmander of
the 3rd U.S. Air v Force here, suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding Brig Gen. J. Stanley Hoi Hoi-toner;
toner; Hoi-toner; the Air Force announced
yesterday. r '

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In Open

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Bac

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11 0 J

li

r- rtc nDnTUCDCnirIr Voiles, left, and his brother.

i Bob of UCLA, compete against each other in the javelin. Bob.
- V national Amateur Athletic Union champion, tossed the spear
, 240 9 ft. in California Belays in Modesto. Dick's best was 231.4.

. -' ' o

' THE Golden West? Players a-

I gent Frank cott had a $10,000

neat tuyvcu ui "T.. ; V.
this spring. netting1 400,, bucks
per podger for single appearanc appearances
es appearances spread over the season at a
local department store. . .until

one of. the store's vice prexies

wondered,' "Why can't they show
up for .nothing? After all, the
Dodgers get publicity out oi this,
too.". ... ,
It's costing Duke Snider almost
10 grand a year to play in his
borne' town, .''.income -he would
1 set normally from side endorse.
1 ments which haven't materialized
out west. 's, '

San Francisco shortstoo Daryl

Snpnppr: war a Dartv to. the deal.

which made ? him Giant chattel
almpst -a decade ago.-', .plucked
'off a Class D club in Pauls Val.
lev Oka: bv Giant farm boss

Carl HUbbell,' free agent Spencer
had a contract stipulating y he
could "set the terms of sale where
he wanted to play, for how much

I v '.and two years late the Gi-
ants thumbed down a bid of 2C0
G'l for the slugging shortstopper,
f Hank Bauef's looking to va-
cate his Kansas City homeland
i and settle permanently in New

l York. .as a beer, agent on tne
f aide. .convinced he's; got five
' more big league seasons after
i watching Enos Slaugnter ramble
on and on and on. .

" Frank Forbes, Willie Mays' o o-riginal
riginal o-riginal adviser on the Giants,
was telling about picking up Wil Wil-lie
lie Wil-lie in Washington the spring he
got out of service. .It coincid.
ed with the day the Puerto Ri.
cans shot up Congress, so an FBI
agent tapped them for identifies,
tion in a movie house, where
thev'ri pone between planes. ...

i:;"Tm Frank Forbes.. .and this
V Is Willie Mays.". ."Yeah an an-'
' an-' ( swered Edgar Hoover's finest,
i-and I'm Ty Cobb.", v And they
were tailed by G-men right to the
moment they boarded a pl.ine for
Phoenix. .'."I knew J.. Edaarwas

if a Giant fan," clucked Forbes,

i nut not mat gooa a one.

i, Casey Stengel describing the dift

Daryl Spencer

lllusial-Williams: "My guy and

.. . ...... .... i

me ojner guy are luur-way piay
ers. They hit,- run, throw. .. and
made you the. sensational play in
the field. Them other two fellas

thev fust hit.".

Woody Hayes touring football
Clinics huddled with Andy Gustaf-

son of Miami to explore the in.
tricacies of the Hurrcanes' drive
series off the belly, play., .which
he wants to incorporate into the
Ohio State offense to take ad

vantage of the new Nagurski, Bob

White. . Woody In New York al

so cornered Redskin fullback Don

Bosseler at Shor's to find out how

he operated as Miami's plunder...

lsn t Sugar Hay Hobinson s con

tention that it would cost him

money to light this year (how can

you lose money by making mon.
ey?) masking a back tax deal

with the government?.' ...

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK Joseph C. Dey,
Jr., is a neat, precise person. Joe
is executive secretary of the Unit United
ed United States Golf Association and
oractically runs the National O-

pen Cnampionship by himself.
Dey operates out ot quiet, car car-peteu
peteu car-peteu .otfices tiv kind where you
ask for an ash tray before flick,
ing cigar ashes in Golt House,
oil New York's fashionable Fifth
Avenue.
. Golfers touring Southern 'Hills
in Tulsa' June 12-14. once more
will find Dey lnlluente prevailing
and,; as usual, the unkempt, driv.
ing range type of swinger wont
like it. :.' ;.- ' .
"We choose the Open site two
years in advance," explains Dey,
"are in constant touch with the
course throughout that' period.
I've been to Southern Hills
three" times now in fact I've just
returned and it is up to cham.

DionshiD"SDecificaaons. It is the

only type of course over which

we permit the Open to oe con.
tested one that rewards good

golf and, penalizes bad golf,

DEY HAS HAD A MAN on the

lob -to" make sure the 6,907-yard

course Is ready to demand all

the good shots in the bag. 'John

M.' Winters, Jr., a U5liA onciai,
is president of Southern H 1 11 s.

Robert Trent Jones, tne gou.ar.

chitect, was brought in to add a
bunker or so on the steadily-tightened
layout. !' . ; t i v.

'We do nothing radical to tne

course, Dey points out. oy ai

lowing grass to grow we narrow
the fair wavs to between 30. and

35 yards: The fringe rough is up

to within three leel, ot me greens.
The way the course is now, th
farther off target a player i gets,

the more trouble he will encoun.
ter. Southern Hills penalizes-, by
degrees,; Is there any other way

t,n do it?" k

This ii why. more than any otn.

r reason, the Open is tne Item

st test of eoa. There is no room

for wild men. only tne top gou.
er wins it. In the past five years,
for example, Dick Mayer, Ben

Hogan, Dr. Cary Miaaiecoii, ca
Furgol and Jack Fleck have won
it. ; .

OF THESE, ONLY FLECK can
be faulted, but that's now.
"When Fleck won over the Lake
Course ot, th Olympic C,)ub of
San Francisco,',, says Dey, "he
was a magnificent workman. This
was no wild man getting lucky.
He was an accurate golfer : who

had to beat Hogan in man)-wan

and did. What has nappenea to
him since is another story."

Going all the way back to Wil

lie Anderson, only one open cnam.

nion could be Picked to pieces

Sam Parks, Jr., who took advat.
age of his knowledge of Oakmont
pnder trying condition to prevail
in 1935. The 'professionals weren't

exactly crazy about Kaipn uui.
dahl's swing.' but the tall man

via rpcnrH scorer in 1937.38.

The biff chanse' in the Open is

the abosolute necessity for a long

iron game practically unheard of

on the pro tour, where a anve,

wedee and Butt make up the en

tire game: Robust rough calling

for a chopping stroke is some
thing new to .most.

my Demnret, wh finished : hird

at Inverness a year ago, a man
has got to be able to change his
game to meet conditions. The fel fellow
low fellow wi:h just one set style gets
in trouble in the Open and come

nightfall they have sot to send

caddies out to look for him.

STYMIE

. ; 7 - V-
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1 XOUNOGAttt S 4 X s
i cf a pick . Va t

Two Colonels Team To Land
; -. - t :
Giant Marlin In Panama Area

Alan Thirlwell Whips Holland

To Produce All-British Final

In British Amateur Tourney

Carrol Rosenblum, the man who
rounds up the Baltimore Colts,

iigures a recent visit to his ha
cienda by Colt quarterback John.

ny Unitas shouldn't be wasted in
any way at all. .so took Unitas
and his won kids out on the front

lawn, for a game of touch foot

ball. .went charging downfield
for a Dass and Tan full Kneed in.

to a tree, ,w6ke up to find his
quarterback (who hasn't signed
for 158) hovering over him, ask ask-ing:t
ing:t ask-ing:t "You think now we e arc
our keep, chief?". .
- Payers opposing Southern Cal
baseball teams have a reason to

Kljjut out a little: extra against the

ference' between Mantle-Mays andTTrojans. .to ,impress SC' coach

Rod Dedeaux. who's also an, LA

dodger hireling. . ,--
Between you'n'me, major
league umpires, seeing what's been
done for the players, would like to
form .their own guild,' too. : .but a
few of the ; younger leads ;' are
balking. .

K

6 ifa&xji

Albroook's Col. Ilurr

Tv;o-Tirne Member

OI HoIe-in-One Club

Col. Arthur' P Hurr, Command
er of Albrook Air Force Base, Can.
al Znnp Inineri the lesion of ho c

in-one colfers Thursday for the

cupnnrl timo in onlv 14 months

Acomplishing the feat on the
11th hoi of the Panama Country

Club course, he used a number

7 iron on the 162 vard.vpar 3 hole

The ball struck the green 18 Incnes

In front of the pin and droppea. in
to the pun on the first bounce.

Other members of the four.

nme that witnessed the ''ace

were Mai. Gen. Truman H. Land

on, Commander, Caribbean Air
Command; Capt. Gharles Kadc,
CAairC: and Leonard Evans, f

Oakland. California.

Col. Hurr's other hole-ln-one was

made in Aoril of last year at Max
well Air Force Base. Montgomery,

Alabama, while he was a student

at the Air War College. ;
Second Place
Compensation

NEW YORK (NEA) Running

second has its compensations as

is illustrated by Lincoln Koaa.
This With Pleasure colt, despit
the high regard in which he i

held, had never won as a three,
vear-old. so got into the Jersey

Stakes at Garden StatePark with

only 111 pounds, 15 less than he
carried to creditable second Dlace

finishes in the Kentucky Derby

and Preakness.
Lincoln Road's compensation

for never having won. a stakes
looked so good that Jimmy Jones
made no bones about the weight

difference being a major factor

in the decision not to run.Calu.
ment Farm's- Tim Tarn, which
would have had to carry 126

pounds in the Jersey Stakes.

ST; ANDREWS, Scotland
. vnsiieh Walker Cunoer Alan

Thirlwell whipped Tim Holland of

Rockville Centre, ana o,
m ihd .mi.finl of the British

IU v

Amateur golf championsnip iouay

when the handsome. American wm

is putting toucnni :

Th i-ium ZK-vear-oia ttuum-

nt will meet irishman Joe Carr

i '.n .11 British final Saturday.

Carr, the 4953 champion, turned

DICK yOUnj JttlfcC juhcu

Vmh anrl A inn A III Ml UUICB4

All even after his morning round,
oi.v.ar.niH Holland began to

fade on the first nine the after

noonHe droppea tnree noies ui

Mm at aha nmni, 1111 liic iium ""K

and was two down at the end of

Along the way ne wsi me
.nA KAnfidence which had carried

him through six round v against

tough opponents ana a nosuie nai

lery Of SCOtS. He misseu eycii
easy putts and at times appeared
nervous. . w

Holland's deteat iaoe h omy ie
second time since 1946 an Amen Amen-can
can Amen-can had failed to reach the finals.
Six Americans won the crown In

that span.

Holland won tnree 01 uieuiw.

ininweu oui

RISE AND SHINE JUdden by Fritz fhiedemann, Godewind
flies over a seven-foot timber Lanier at "Wiesbaden, West -Germany.
They tied for first place in the jumping event
of the international Horse Show, Vhich brought out berf.

Along The Fairways

MAE ASKEW TWO-WAY
WINNER IN MAY PWfrA

Holland had trouble playing out

of a cantankerous hazard Known

ai "Beardie's Bunker" and -wound

uo wi.h a six to the Britisher's

birdie four.

, At t"he i7th Holland missed

two.fotter,..that would have 1 put

him 1 utf? but he had to settle

for? a Jtaif jhere ana on uie win

1 cam li aown at. tne .iim

strung together three straight
winning, holes and was ; 2 up at
the end of 14. The six-foot Irish Irish-man.
man. Irish-man. who won the crown in

1953. boeeved the 16th but .went

2 ub again at the i 18th when

Rnnellaek alinried one over bar.

Carr had the day's best medal
score, a two-under par 35-3671

seainst BonellacK's 33-414

Thirlwell was even par 37.3673

to Holland's 36-38-74.

RADIO

t..-. Lnii tim

lour uuica li.: 1 1-4. tnAi

didn't win another tne resi 01 mev cumpicip ii-ucuu

first round. Thirlwell cut tne ieau

to 1 up at the ena 01 nine nu

iiiuil in pnntention coming In

when Holland, apparently rattled

from the 10th througn tne win,,

miecarf pvprai nnnoriuniues tu

j 11 j .-1 1. u mw.--
araVi enmmannine lead.

Thev halved the 10th to-r-ih

nth and then Thirwell Squared

to match for the first time when

Player Of The Day
RAY BOONS
Ray Boone doesn't get Into as
ma'ny games as he used to any

more because ol recurring leg
trouble, but when he does, the for former
mer former Detroit Tigers' big stick man
nnwHer .the ball. '

Given a chance to play Thurs-

day night because the Tigers just,
haven't been able to muster the
long ball this season,; Boone, now
34, socked a grand slam home
run in the seventh inning to Rive

Detroit a 6-3 victory over tne Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles.
'h hnm run was Boone fifth

of the season out of the total j of

22 hits he has banged out ana 11
enabled him to boost hisfuhs bat batted
ted batted in total to 17. x
Ray,-who hit 20 or more home
runs for the Tigers in four
otraisht seasons before le trou.
hie started catching up with him
last season, has managed to get
into ?1 of the 45 games Detroit
has played thus far this seson.
but many of hi snnearances have
been in ninch-hlttin roles.
A native ,of Sn Dirn. Calif..
h broke 'nto the mior leaf
with tie C'evei'm' Tfdjpn in IP"
nd stayed jyith that eluh until
June 15, 1953 when the Indians
traded him to he Tieers alon?
with Al Aber, Steve Cromek and
Dick Weik for Art Houtteman,
Bill vh Joe Ginsberg and 0 0-wen
wen 0-wen Friend.

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'A full calendar of snorts events
has been arranged for CFITV rnd

radio dunne the coming wee- wj:r
bowling, eolf. boxing, ... wres.ling

racina and bastfialt on tap.. The

Riding the swells of the clear
blue Pacific, the sun.soaked J-J790
mntored back and Urth in the vi

cinity of Cocos Point, four .miles

southeast of the Galera area.
It was nearine 1 o'clock on a

recent Saturday, when the skipper

of the ."J Leonardo 4 Komnson.
maneuvered the 44foot vessel in

to a laree size bonito run. Within

a matter of minutes a marlin

strike wai registered by Col; Rob Robert
ert Robert W. Garrett, commanding of officer
ficer officer of the 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry x , r-

' With the bellowing of the word
"strike" the ship's otors stopped
and the battle was on. The mar

lin, not satisfied with one of the
bonitos used for bait, cut through

the water and swallowed another,
this one on the end of the line
belonging to Col. Joseph R. Russ,
chief of staff, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. ,s -. ;.,'.-,'
With the two anglers fighting
what seemed to be a gargantuan

marauder of the sea, the chance
to record this fish in the books wasi

obliterated. A record catch must

be fought by the individual mak
ine the initial strike with no as

sistance from other members H

the fishine party,

Leaping and twisting, the large

size marlm danced on tne water
trvme to rid itself of the temper

ed steel hooks that .were tearing

its insides. The two colonels toll

ed together using tneir roas ana
reel like professionals and after
an hour's work had matters well

in hand. The big fish wallowed a

longside the boat, tired, beaten an
ready to .be hauled aboard

Using a block and tackle to no

avail Colonels Russ and Garrett;

the skipper; and the rest of the
fishine party. Col. Kenneth G.

DeGon, Lt. Col. Johnnie C. Brink

and Maj. John M. Rice: attempt

way's "The Old Man and the Sea
the ship, with the large size mar marlin
lin marlin at lis side, made -its way slow slowly,
ly, slowly, back to Cocos Point. Upon ar.

-riving at their destination the skip

per contacted the nearby Viking,
captained by Johnny McConaghy.
With a private fishing party a a-board
board a-board his ship, McConaghy made'
his way to the J-3790. The addition
al help of two men from the Vik
ing and another block and tackle
resulted In boating the fish.,.

Since there were no scales in
the vicinity, the marlin was weit-h
ed by) the following formula; The
girth of the fish, measured at 8Q
inches squared, multiplied by itt

length and thtfK divided by 4U,

This indicated a weight of 1040

pounds' what could nave been a
record in the Panama Ares. ;

With two days of their fishing

trip completed and another two
days to go, the members of the
fishing party decided to cut up

ine marun. rnor iu mtuig 11 min miner
er miner as loaded with 35millimeter col

ored film were clicking at i n-

pid pae. f :

Both Col. Russ and Col. Garrett
will be leaving the Canal Zone
shortly for new assignments in the
states with an unbelieable fvb
story to relate.
:.. 1 .. :".s
GREAT EASTERN f,
STRAFORD, Conn. (NEA
The Great Eastern Skeet Cham
pionships will be held at Lord,
ship; near Stratford, June 20-22.
PRO DEACONS

TOURNAMENT,

Low gross and low net honors

went to Mae Askew who carded

78 in the May PWGA tournament

held last Saturday at the Brazos

arooK country Club. Jane- Huirt-

qulst came in second with a gross

84. -';' -:.v ;,.(.. ;.;;. ,,.: i ;.,

Despite the fact that the rain

held off and that the course- was
In great shape, only 21 lady golf

ers turned out. ot these, two

were new members Maxme Ho.

well and Ada Marv Andemnn

Thanks to Cleo Burns' selection of

lovely- prizes and the numerous

girts Irom donors, there were e

nougn prizes for all. -'
Donations were received from

Jack s Schor. National ; Distiller

Brazos pro-shonMr. Smith (Nel

lie s husband), Captain Fenton,
Maduros, and Pan.A verican World
Airways.
Golfers are reminded to sharp
en up their games the 1958 PW PWGA
GA PWGA Handicap Tournament Is sched

uled to start this month with the

qualifying rounds to be played on
June 19, 20, 21. and 22. The Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club will be host for

this tournamen.. Since the June
PWGA tournament will be played
at the Panama. Golf Club on 21
June, this may be considered as

the qualifying round for the Hand

leap tournament. v
Submit ed by M. Dalton
Phone 2197 'Amador

wmsnN-SATJCM. N.C. fNEAl

ed to haul the denizen of the deep -Shortstop Al Baker and. Pitcher

over the side, j uen tencn 01 waxe roresi, r
As was the case in Heming- giving professional baseball 1 try.

Established 1893

SCOTCH WHISKY

Queen

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MACDONALO HUIR LIMITlD, Dlitlllr-, UitKt SIm4

, HAWTrfORNE RACING

CHICAGO (UPI) A total of

$370,000 in purses will be .offered
this year at the 35 day Haw

thorne racing meeting beginning
Sent. 2. Tod events are 10 stake

racerand? t-lewre- handicaps.

i'l the major stake hcin? the
r added Gold Ctip on

uct. 11.

FIGHT OFF GIRLS

MALMOE. Sweden (UPI)-T'ne
Argentine soccer team Thursday
ni!it called nolice for help in
lighting off teen-age girls who
"showed much Joo close""afIec-"'
fentinn." The girls were swarm swarming
ing swarming ar'-d the Argentines' train
ing camp.,... .. .

June 8 Detroit vs. Washington,
1 p.m..-: '
June 10 Milwaukee vs. Chica Chicago.
go. Chicago. 1": 30-p.m. ,
June 11 Detroit vs. Boston Red
Sox, lp.m.
June 12 Kansas City vs. N.Y.
Yankees, 1 p.m. ,'
June 13" Cincinnati vs. Chica.
go Cubs, 1:30 p.m.
June 14- Detroit vsY N.Y. Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, 1 p.m.
TV

' June 7 Los AngeleS vs. St,;
Louis, 2 p.m. ; I
June 8 Milwaukee ..vs. Pitts-1
burgh, 3 p.m: wresMing at 10 p.m.
j June 9 St. Nick's boxing, MO
Pm : .. .. i..
June 11 Wednesday night fighis
10 p.m.
June 12-Boxing, 3:30 p.m.; golf
show,- 4:30 p.m.; bowling,, 10:30
n.m.., .,..:.,..: -J

June 12 Boxing, 3:30 p.m.; golf
show 4:30 p.m.j bowling 0:30

p.m, '
June 13 Wrestling, 10 p.m. p.m.-'
' p.m.-' June 14 Golf Show encore, 10

p.m..

Whatever V
Happened to...
. t ; BOB CHAPPUJS
Bob Chappuis, an' All-America

halfhaek at Michigan in 1947, was

the ideal "do everything" type
for the dipsyrdoodle single wing
attack devised by Fritz Cnslcr.
e could run, kick, pass, fake and

hink talents Cnsler expioitea to
ihe fullest.; In the 1948 Rose Bowl
"ame against Southern California,
Bob led his Michigan mates to a
49-0 victory by flipping two touch touchdown
down touchdown passes, passing for a total
on 188 vards on 14 completions

and he rushed for 91 more in 13

carries. Channuis nlayed briefly
for the Brooklvn Club of the pro
AH America Football Conference

but retired when the league went
.iv of existence.

f Whatever, ..happened to Bob

hanmns? He now is in the mr mr-fricl
fricl mr-fricl unnliance business at South
Bend, Ind. .-

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PACE FIGHT

-THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAUT NTtrSPAFEItx
SATntDAr, rrszT, i:
FOR INFORMATION, TELEPHONE 2-074D
V THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE ,;.
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Cl A S S I P I E D S

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Automobiles
FOR JAlls 1955 Chevrolet
tuaor, 6. Ceoe" conditio acces accessories,
sories, accessories, lalboa 412.
FOR SALE: 1955 CHerolet
d-Air station wagon i ld
condition.. Call Albrook 4180.
TOR SALE: 1953 CHeV Super
. 18, eonv. hydra. R t H wsw.
EouipM' R4 White. Call
Navy 3031 or too at 261 -D. Co-
FOR SAL!: -MGA hard! top,
black) lotf mileage, all acees acees-1
1 acees-1 aoriof, raawnable. 788-B Taver Taver-nilla
nilla Taver-nilla St. Batboa. Tel. 21695.

C Must Mil leavine. ; Oldsmebile
1951,'Hydromarie, radio, food
runninf condition, $275. Tele-
phono Panama 2-2316 or call
parienally C the International
i Jewerly Inc. Central Avenue 155.

TOR SAL!: Nath Rambler Con.
vertible 1951, new tires, battery
and Just overhauled $425. Call
Albrook 86-4203. .
FOR SALE: 1952 Cadillac,
Fleetwood apodal sedan. Leather
upholstery electric window con control,
trol, control, duty paid. $1500. Towns Towns-hend.
hend. Towns-hend. Phone, Coco Solo 202.
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodge Reyal
4-door sedan, V-8 angina, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, color: cameo
rod, original 'owner, 36,000
miles. Excellent condition. Call
82-3141 or 82-4103 or may be
eon at Quarters 23 -A,' Fort
Amador.' : '- a
FOR SAlls 1950 Chev. Club
coupe, radio, very good condi condition,
tion, condition, $350. 2-3634 Balboa.
FOR MALE: 1956 Chevrolet
station wagon, s 6 cylinders, 6
passenger,' power glide, radio,
excellent condition. 04 19-A. Ve Ve-nado
nado Ve-nado St. Ancon.
FOR SALE: 48, Jontiac 4 dr.
Hydromatic, 6 eyl., good condi condition
tion condition 760-D. Balboa $275. Cash.
FOR SALE: 52. M. 6. sports car.
Call garage Hotel El Panama 3-,
1660. V ':-.,'. .4. '..,,;,. :,,.S,... i'.,ti I
FOR SALE: ton pick-up
truck 1953 Ford V-8. Good eon eon-ditlrfn.
ditlrfn. eon-ditlrfn. $700. Phono 2-4419.
FOR SALE: By S. U. Embassy
195 J Ford 4 door sedan. May
1 be seen between 9:30 and 1 1 :30
a.m. June 10, 11, 12.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Belvedere, very good condition,
1 new paint, $650.00. Call Pescod
3-2169 Panama or 83-3176 Cu Cu-ttindu.
ttindu. Cu-ttindu. '- r v'
FOR SALE: 1953 Studabaker
champion with radio. Leavine. in
1 0 days,' Must sell. Very clean
car, $650. 3-3437, Norman
Smith..:;. ---
FOR SALE: Hillman convertible.
:.. Inquire at "Policla Secreta".
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
hard too Bel-Aia, sedan A-1 con con-'
' con-' dition, radio, 1 300 miles. $2100.
Call Balboa 3782.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
. utility sedan, 1 1000 miles, looks
and runs like new, leaving. Bal-
boa 6367.
FOR SALE: Kaiser sedan 1948,
radio. $100. 2-3685.
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A FATHER'S TEN COMMANDMENTS-

BYMY EXAMPLE
1 J shall teach my child
, respect tor his fellow
2 I holI teach him good
sportsmanship in work
and play.
I shall instill in him
on appreciation of the
family, the backbone
of society.
I shall strive for
, companionship pnd ',
. mutual understanding.
I shall impart' to him, 'r
a desire to love and
honor his country and I
, obey its laws.
AAIIPVI iiiiA Tl 11111
15." 'will -clirrra- trjeciar Father

15. But the list of commandments above, suggested by the
National Father's Day Committee, might well be observed by ;
fathei end all adults the year 'round.

Apartments
FOR RENT: As of now, Deluxe
two bedroom apartment 2 bathe
(one with tub and shower),
largo sitting and dinig room,
kitchen. Maidroom and bath, t
adjoining separata .laundry sec section.
tion. section. Lovely garden and putting
green. At No. 374 "F" Street.
El Canqrejo. Phono 3-0319. Dur During'
ing' During' office hours.
FOR RENT. Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bathrooms,
tiving-diningroom. 48th street.
No. 27. Tel. 2-2504.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished 1
bedroom apartment on Ave.' Pe Peru
ru Peru facing the park, Tel. 3-0746
'3-3099. v.-v- :..r-y-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 90th Street No. 16. San
Francisco. Tel. 3-2457.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished in Bella Vista 2 bedrooms
dining ,ind drawing room $70.
Apply 47th Street No. 17 up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Tel. 3-1551..
FOR RENT: 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, dining, drawing room,
maid's room, hot water, screen screened.
ed. screened. Apply 47th Street No. 17
upstairs. Tel. 3-1551. V
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, livingroom, diningroom,
fiat water, maid's quarters, bal bal-cony.
cony. bal-cony. $140, In "Esparta" Build Building,
ing, Building, Ricardo Arias Street, Tel. '3 '3-;
; '3-; 4994,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-ment.
ment. apart-ment. Partly furnished if desir desired.
ed. desired. Suitable Army couple. Rea Reasonable.
sonable. Reasonable. St. Isabel 8Vi St. 9079
Colon. Inquire premises or call
Balboa 1317.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters.
Concrete. Balboa. Available June
14. 2-2879 Batboa.
FOR RENT: New apartments.
.large living rooms, bed rooms,
balcony and laundry. Also large
room on ground floor, suitable
for bachelor or office. All places :
are screened. Also large spaces,
suitable forfstorage or shop. In-
juire of janitor Powell or- call
Hopkins Balboa 2966.
50.00' furnished apartment.
Northamerican neighbors. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing better for this price. Tel. 3 3-0471
0471 3-0471 2-3343.
FOR RENT: Modern cool three
. bedroom apartment with two
" main bathrooms (glass enclosed
shower) large living room and
dining room, laundry, kitchen,
maid's room and bath, garage,
locker under house completely
screened also has large-open bal balcony
cony balcony around master bedroom
third floor apartment situated in
best section Bella Vista. Rent
$150.00. Telephone 2-0027 or
3-0763. ;:J'V"V:
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 1 bedroom, hot water, Pe-
rejil, second street No. 11.
Phone 3-2694. ; '
u FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment all screened, hot water, ga garage,
rage, garage, in best residential section
.v. Call-Panama 31650.-!UvWt,,
A I shall encourage him
- to apply himself to
difficult tasks.
I shall teach him
' the importance of
participation in
community affairs and
local government.
O I shall teach him
T self-reliance and help
him develop an
independent spirit.
Q I shall help him
. develop a sense of
responsibility in planning
' for the future.
fvOTC I
irODAVI
Q I shall, above all,
preDore him for the
, duties and responsibilities
' of citizenship in a
free society. t7
inM IT Pntknr. Haw An .Tnnj
- Chiia noaui-ieguuin-jviax.

IS,

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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUB
INTERNAL. DB PUBLICACIONES No.

BARDO No. 2S "B" Street MORRISON
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue

MACIA VAN DER JI$ 50 Street No. 53
Beside the Bella VUta Theatre..
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceansido Cottaejea
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach House,. One mile past the
Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
. Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best' beach In the Re-
public, with all kinds of commo-
' dities, open day and night.. The
new management is at your serv services.
ices. services. '. v .;:...?;.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
house located Paitilla. .3 bed-
''rooms, one airconditioned, two
baths.' Available June 21 to
August 25. Call 3-5954 between
.12 noon to 5 p.m.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-,
nished housekeeping room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with : attached stove, -bath,
and entrance independent.
No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3-'
0638. ,, 'Sk.
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
( mlns. from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modem conveniences In
Suites end Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: S6 and $8 daily,"
with meals.
.Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse riding, f
For reservations P. O."
Box 4459 t
Managers Bill and Elenor Jaspers
LIMA EXCURSIOII
June 20 to June- 2o T
Price $180.00
Fidanque Travel Service
the first and only
.,! transistor ',
SPEED LI6
no more burned out tubes
; guaranteed for life
work on flashli?ht batteries
" j angle of in
only' $27.50.
Interibattonal Jewelry
135 Central Ave. f
LIFE INSURANCE
'' call
JIM RIDGE
' General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW!
MINICAJ
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY, $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
' ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
ii.iuiii m,
Panami Colon
Your iset back in your
. home in 24 hours
SERVICE
" SPECIAL 1
e Free Estimate '.
i e No Service Charge
a Half Price On
Transportation 1
US Trained Technician
CRAWFORD-AGENCIES
Tivoli Ave. No. 18-20
Tel. 2-1905
GERMAN JOBLESS DROPS
i NUERNBERG, Germany Uri)
Unemployment In West Ger Germany
many Germany droDDed 119.765 last month
to a taal of 469,917, the federal
mplovment-lMiw'a&Friday;
The figure was '24.000 less than
tNe unemployment total for May
of last year1 and represented 2 4
million working population.

AGENTS OR Ol'R OFFICES AT 13 37 "H" STREET. PANAMA MBRERIA PRECIADO T Street No. IS AGENCIAS
3 Lottery Plau CASA 2 ALDO Central Ave. 45 LOl RDF3 PHARMACY 182 La Crr.squlll. FARMACIA LOM-

4th of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee.

t ARMAC1A EL BATURRO Faique Letevre I Ueet FARMACIA "S AS
. '. ;; ...

Home Articles
FOR SALE: One 4 burner elec elec-i
i elec-i trie stove, $100 00. Ono 4 bum bum-:
: bum-: or gas stove, $30.00. Sofa and
cha.ir $25.00. Quarters 79, Al Albrook
brook Albrook 86-5221.
FOR SALE: 14 cubic foot deep
freexe, $150. Hot Point Electric
- stove,' $250, double oven and
broiler. ; Double '; bed and box
springs,' $90. Phono Panama 3- i
0873. 'vV'r..;v;'
FOR SALE: 9 ft. Westinghouse
porcelain, refrigerator. 60 cycle.
New unit $100.00. Balboa 2.
4424. House 720-C. Prado.
FOR SALE : Westinghouse refri refri-i
i refri-i gerator 60 cycle, 9 ft. new mo motor.
tor. motor. All porcelain $90.00. Call
Balboi 1317.
FOR SALE: 2 mahogany end
tables, one coffee table, pair ma mahogany
hogany mahogany beds, 2 mahogany desks,'
.1 maple studio couch,. 1 tele telephone
phone telephone table, 18 cu. ft. Norge
refrigerator.. Tel. 3-4870 Pana Pana-ma.
ma. Pana-ma. i
FOR SALE: 18 cu. ft. freeier
$275; dryer $150; Maytag wash
er $75; avairy $10. Wanted ma mahogany
hogany mahogany set. Qrrs. "E" Ft. Ama Amador.
dor. Amador. Navy 2380.
FOR SALE: Maple dining set
' $75; mahogany desk $75; maple
arm chair $25; tape recorder
RCA) and miscellaneous .house .household
hold .household articles. Balboa, : Housa
1536-B, phone 2-3687, after'
. 5:30 p.m. or week-end.
v FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus,
mahogany bed, ref rigerator, Sing- I
er sewing machine, sofas, chairs,
radios and Other items. No. 14 14-94
94 14-94 4th if July Ave. Apartment
No. 4. Tel." 2-2081. .
FOR. SALE: Automatic Frigi Frigi-daira
daira Frigi-daira washing machine, 60
, cycle. Excellent condition1. $80.
Electrolux vacuum cleaner with
attachments. Call Quarry Heights.
82-4202.
FOR SALE: Rock gas ref rigs rigs-rator.
rator. rigs-rator. "Servel" v Excellent eondl.
lion. Call Bli.i U.V. lei i
a ---- . .... y,,,.-. ,
FOR SALE: Wettinhouse refri-
gerator, II iff, Wringer) type
- washing machine, very good con condition.
dition. condition. Bargain, leaving. Phone
3-7829. ' '
FOR SALE: Tappan stove, Frl-
gidaire refrigerator. Call 2 1 -A,
off .Tivoll' Avanua, house 14,
Apt. 2-C.
FOR SALE: General Electrie 4
burner electric range with even;
$65. Amador 5135.
Met
tings
Panama Consumers Co-od
Members of the board of direct directors
ors directors of the Iflnama Consumer
Cooperative,- will convene r at
special board meeting to, be1 held
on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at' the
cooperative's filling and" : aervict!
station. ;, :
Among ; the important items on
the agenda will be preparatory ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for a general assembly
meeting; setting of date for the
meeting, nomination of new of officers
ficers officers to the board and reorganiz reorganization
ation reorganization of the cooperative enterpriS'
The" general' assembly meeting
scneauiea tor Monday,. May 26,
was postponed as a result of the
unfavorable prevailing conditions
then existing.
Colon Co-op 1
All members of the Colon cons
umer's Cooperative are urged to
attend a special meeting to be
held on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Centra Colombiano hall on 8in
street. Matters of Paramount im
portance will be discussed.
ibUIOWWeMvXrv

1956 BUICK SUPER

, 4 DOOR,' HARD TOr
a DYNAFLOW
a RADIO ,
$750

24 MONTHS TO, PAX,

SMOOT

CHEVROLET OLtfSMOBILE -' BUICK

SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave.
de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Jnsto Arowmena Ave. and 33 St 0) FAR

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac turfor.
' Living room, dining room, bed bedroom
room bedroom and kitchen furnishings.
To be sold by June 30th. Hart,
711-C El Prado, Batboa.
FOR SALE: Slides of Panama
" Duplicates mada TOP
QUALITY. prints from all your
negatives (even MINOX), Over Overnight
night Overnight service- on the ONLY
ELECTRONIC PHOTOFINISH PHOTOFINISH-ING
ING PHOTOFINISH-ING equipment in Panama. Bring -your
photographic problems to
the most modern establishment
that has a CENTURY of EX-
, PERIENCE, Foto ; El Halcon,
across El Panama Hilton. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1179.
FOR SALE: Arrived imported
grass seed. National Garden "J"
' St. 7-65. ( A :T: !: -: 'I,
FOR SALE: Freeier 16 cu. ft. r
3 yrs. old. Phone 86-3137.
FOR-. SAtE: Variety of oil
paintings. At reasdnabld prices.
Art Gallery, Via Espafia No. 55.
FOR SALE: Upright piano, very
good ." condition. Call -, Paraiso -4145.
$150. Call anytime.
QuoteUnquote
1 BONE, Algeria Gen. Charles
de Gaulle," appealing to Arab Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist rebels' to end : their re revolt
volt revolt and join he French and
other Moslem -Algerians in voting
on an equal basis to decide i the
country's- future .-!?:..'.'' j-H
' "France has done many great
things in he? .history and France
will not betray you today, fl am
sure of this more than ever since I
have heard .the voice of Bone to
day," , 'j
4 'LLYWOOO Actor direc director
tor director Jack- Webb, star of the .TV
show '.'Dragnet,'? explaining; that
he intends to slow down hia pro.
fessionalv pace ; following his
planned -marriage later f this
month; to Miss United States
Jacki Loughry: ;
"I'm going to work hard but
I'll take some enjoyment 'from
life too.";- r.
' LOS ANGELES- Historian Will
Durant, in a commencement ad.
dress he will deliver this week,
end at the Webb preparatory
school in Claremont,' Calif.; ..:!
"Most of you will go to college,.
ana ne sharpened competition
among individuals and nations
will force: you' into intelleetual
specialities'. But doh't let your
selves be fragmented: When your
formal educaton is complete,
give yourselves at least two hoars
a week o rounding yourselves
out. .make friends with great
poets, .study the great states statesmen.,
men., statesmen., .follow man's odyssey with
great mstonans." ;
ANNOUNCE TEST SITE-
NEW YORK. (UPI)- Sylvania
Eleciric ; Products, : Inc.,' Friday
announced rt will establish an
electronic test site for the Plato
anti missile missle at the Fort
Devens, Mass., t Army base.
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Wrienever anyone soys he's
"floing to put oil his cards on the
table it s a oood idea to lookup
his sleeve. .J
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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Hills cottage at
Caronado Beach. 2 bedrooms,
fully furnished, overlooking Pa Pa-.
. Pa-. cific Ocean. May be seen June t
4 thru una t. ...
FOR SALE: The best bar in the
city "Club 49" K Street No. 7.
Tel. 2-3452.
FOR SALE: Lets en the most
" exclusive, safe and ; attractive
beach in the country on the
' banks of the Corona river. A
private beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 miles from the
city. Easy payment plan. For
information enquire at Alfa
Store, No. 29-110 Central Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Phone 3-6153.
FOR SALE: Chalet with two
bedrooms, sitting-dining ; room
and kitchen,. at Rio Mar. Phone
3-4617. 32nd street No, 4-66,
Bella Vista. ,. ;
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Small boat, trailer
.and motor, first class condition,
82-2246.
iunnics
. UNITARIAN SOCIETY
l An address entitled. "'Survival
of the Free Society" will be pres presented'
ented' presented' tomorrow by .C; R. Bowen,
of the Balboa Junior College fac
ulty, when De returns to. the : Un
itarian Society as-guest speaker.
Bowen bases his report on re
search carried out in the United
States in reeard to civil rights and
other aspects of 'democracy by
ine t una ; lor ine nepuDiic, a
Ford Foundation, study.
s
The Sunday' service begins ;at
10:30 a.m. at thex Unitarian Cent
er Ancon Boulevard. Visitors
trom f anama and the (Janal Zone
are welcome! and are invited to
remain alter the service for the
fellowship hour.
"CARRIAGE" EVOLUTION

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sleek Mod-il 1 T Ford manufactured 28 years later is Henry Ford, founder of Ford Moto
Company. This Model X, the 10 millionth vehicle produced at Ford had lust returned fror,
a New York-to-San Francisco jaunt. Produced ApriL 5, 1924 the milestone car overcame bar

weather and the inadequate

il. wvH.v vteia0 ui iiiMii c( a Mill lilt; MIC wo.i5ii-iiw-wiaii uiiii iviuo luvui
el T, more than any other car, was responsible for "Old Dobbin's" disappearance Irom the A)
meriean transnnrt.sit.inn .n 7rha mj- i in.nj.j in ions .. ..... im'

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. With a view

irregularities that occur, involuntarily,
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Ple.e aial Tel.2nS(0)

. WANTED: Experienced state
side beauty operetor, full or part part-time.
time. part-time. Genell's Beauty Shop. Co Co-coli
coli Co-coli Clubhouse, Navy 3812.

Miscellaneous.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
. BOX 1211. CRISTOBAU CJL
Domestic Employment
WANTED? Maid for washinj.;
ironing, feneral house work,'
: partial care of one small child.
Apply 1 5438-C : Endicott street, ;
Diablo Heights, C. Z, 1 s : 1
' Learn Spanish vith Mrs; Rome
- re's conversational system. Be Be-.
. Be-. ginners end advanced pupils les lessons.
sons. lessons. Morning, afternoons and
evening 4th of July Avenue. T T-..
.. T-.. 352 No. 10, in front Quarry
Heights,
Special Spanish Vacation-Aid for
high school level with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's Practical ; conversation ?
: Spanish lessons, 4th of July Ave. 1
Tl -352 Mo. 10.
Coffee: Crowers
To Suffer Heavily
From Cuban Revolt
HAVANA: June' 7 fITPTi rh
Cuban revolt is expected to co3t
cqffee million in this country 30
io oa minion dollars this year; in
formed quarters saidt oday.
The ii coffee center at Contra
maestre. northpsst nf th rohoi.
Maestra Mountaiu stronghold, has
been; virtually paralyzed since
April bv continual clashes in the
area. Many pl titations lie fallow
i. .i ... .. ..
ucL-ause ,uiey are in -me govern
ment's bombing zone. -
Rpliablp nwnrtprn s tha 1 ami
ernrnent has informed planters
mat intense nnmnammpnt m ra.
bel-held areas will be a "military
necessiiv until fnrthpr nnitno
The autnritip.K have nrnmlsprl tn
pay for damage directly due to
pay lor aamage arrectiy aue -o
'No ., late reoorts : havi lippri
ceived fronvthe gavernment forces
nftaPlrintf anfrpni0(t. vatipltf in
the mountains in 4 effort to drive
them into the sea.

Ref lectins- nn th cnnslrlerahlp r1iffrnr. tiptwnn tht first hnra.

toads of that era, during the coast

toward improving service and correcting

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3-mlnute cat wash $1. at earn
cleaning of motor $5. waxina of
.r Auto-Ba8o, Traew-lstl
mian Highway near Sears.
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up pickup and delivery charges. Phona
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honesty, customer' satisfaction.
6-MONTHS GUARANTEE. Por Por-;
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'3142.' 'iiU
FOR SALE
Swiss watches, wholesale prica.
L'OMNIUM -;
: ; Central Ave. 13-35
First Floor Tel. 2-3992 J'-
: WANTED.Fwh family two
persons requires good cook. Must
live in. First class references re required.
quired. required. Call 2-0714 between 8
"d 12 for appointment.
WANTED FOR RENT: Three
or four bedroom house Wn Golf'
Heights.Write giving complete
information P. O. Box 4942 Pa Pa-nama.
nama. Pa-nama. i
CHRISTIE JLAY FLOPS
LONDON (UPI)lMystery writ'
ngaina nrisue i riaay acceptJ
ed the verdict of the critics ant
wusea ner stage thriller, "Ver
diet."' afhpr nnlv SR. ri.n. .,
formances. The play got off to
uou siai i weu me iirst mem
" tuiiaiu tame uown two TOi
utes before the play ended. HovJ
ever. SUbspnnpnt norrnrmannal
failed to win an appeal.
, TALMADGE WILL
aipn Thu.t tYIAviA alflA(ni'
Norma Talmadge left about $200 4
000 and two homes here to ner
husband. Th star's will mnnrAaA
yesterday; in frofiate court, lefl

me duik oi ner estate to tne nus-t

hsnrt. Curvpl M. Jumej nf Vnrt
auaeraaie, t la, miss l a imaagi
aiea at is vegas last (Jnristma.
eve.
- to coast trip. Mr. Ford's Modf
J
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from time to time,
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for
prompt attention
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De Gaulle Sets Oct. 5 As Date 'Jobless Down By 200,000
Cnr rnctitntinn Referendum In US During Last Month

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, PARIS June 1 (UPD Gen. Charles De Gaulle and his cab cab-'.
'. cab-'. Pt Art 5 as the date for a nationwide referendum

thormes. ulted urgently with bis ministers amid re re-'
' re-' wD th.t tht MtaUhNM military-civilian Junta though crushed
E"M8 Stf?. th. violence
rnce.nV iV night from a three-day triumphant
tourDofG"iriarelUhereed

thrown rrance
,... ...;.m,t of municipal
elections for Algeria in jjonth
' ame as somewhat of a surprise.
It was beUeved designed as a pre.
oaratory step toward the referen referen-S
S referen-S possibly toward deetoj
n all-Algeria : assembly as well
Algerian deputies to we French
T.-:Annl Accomhlv.
on
De Uauiie jesw yj v-.
the insurgent public
mittees of Algeria to ubm.t to the
legal government in lans. He saia
thS w of the committee".
done. .. I" .4i u. wn,itd
... De Gaulieo saw tit 7;.,
run Algeria from
G.n Raoul Salan as hi "dele,
eTh'p Algerian movement has
achieved Us8 target -in other oth
words, a change of government
in Paris W cIari2catioh ot our
national policy in Algeria, ye
ri lie said '"The elements which
1 Sd tekln part in that clearly must
JhangT th Political orientation
W"lt is not up to Jthem to substi.
tute themselves for the authorities
and to infringe upon their (the au au-thorities')
thorities') au-thorities') powers.
The. 'move brought the new
French Premier into a showdown
conflict with the' right-wing civd.
Jan and miltary .junta whose re.
bellon against Par s, authority on
May '13 eventually led to ue
Gaulle's return to power.
Tha tall, aostera Pramier has
NY Educators Say
Officials Soft
UTTLE KOCK (UPI 1 Little
"ft ock's thre.day, inte gt ;atim ,hear.
,1ns ended Thursday, with two. New
vJLu .Knatnrs tplhna U.S. U1S.
, 1 111 iv, t m lav
-spk Attnrnev Harry Lemiey
school authorities weren it Jough
p -nUH ,with student segregation-
ists wno puoiea
aH tense, racial incidents.';
Lmley told Little Rock school
v..:4 tiMonlns; for de.lntegraj
tir-' k CentrM High Sch.tol until
in!-'-term, 1961, he would not bind
dovn a decision for at least a
W be 'National Assn. for the Arl Arl-v?"c?me"t
v?"c?me"t Arl-v?"c?me"t of Colored Peools
" cn.iid o"'" two wi'n-es psimst
the board's petition Thursday.
Svra-cuF (N. Y. Umversi v
I-n of Eduction 'Jr. Vir" M.
HPoes and D?vid O. S-lten,
soerintsnrtent 0 "schools, at Lon?
Be-ri N.Y.. both urged Lemiey
nri. to He.ntesr?te centra,
r- to. de-intea.rate Central,
t'ni o interation that stern
di"nr,1!'?e cM't overcor"e.
father Or Not
"'" This w 'her rpnort for, the A
hmrn i """e 8 a m toay i"
rrenTe-i bv the Meteorolnflea!
pni Py'rosrranhJ'! Branch of the
Panama Cana! rnnian":
, P"!boa Cristobal
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hrrr$Tr-hvday, june- 8
High .. Lo
a.m. 2:17 a.m.
89 r.m. 2:50 p.m.

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KlUl SESSUE
and Introduclnf
scrtepity by

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bttn promising tqualrightt and

dutia ta th European and Mo
lem populations of Algeria with
considerable favorable rasponsa
from th nativs and coolnss
from th saHlars. ,
De Gaulle made his announce announcement
ment announcement a few hours before boarding
a jet plane to take him back to
Paris from his three-day tour of
Algeria.
JC Summer Classes
Bepin On Mopday
On Both Sides
Canal Zone Junior College sum
mer classes will beeln on- Monday,
James M. Wolf, the summer sls-
sion director, has announced.
On the Pacific side,, the follow following
ing following moraine courses in the com'
mercial field will be given: elem
entary shorthand, 8-9; and ; three
sections of elementary typewrit typewriting,
ing, typewriting, one of which is a special one
for students who will be in the
eighth and ninth grades next year,
It will meet at 9. while the twn
classes for older student will meei
a and 10, respectively. ..
rl-Vr morning courses are high
school algebra. 10 11 and elem-j
enfry psychology. U 12. fcach
of these classes will meet on' Mon Mondays,
days, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thurdays for, eight, weeks., Clas Clas-es
es Clas-es in engineering, architectural,
sheet metal, and machine drawing
will meet on Saturdays from 8 un until
til until noon for the same number .of
weeks. .' .-iv r.-v-.'
The evening courses are: driver
tfining, a non-credit course of
wh'ch, one section will meet at
6:30 and the other at 7:30 on Mon
days. Tuesdays, and Wednesdays
for five weeks only; raoid reading
also a non-credit course. which
will meet on Mondays and Tues
days at 7:30 for eigno weeks; suae
rule, and elementary conversation conversational
al conversational Spanish, each of which will meet
t 7S:?0. Mow'iy through Thursday
for eight weeks.
On the Atlantic side the onlv
class is one in.drivei training (n
cre- 't), it wm meet in the library
of tie south Margarita School at
e: jo lor four weeks, Monday
throuch Thursday. ;r v';.V .':'."
Other courses which;: were list listed
ed listed on the registration, 'schedule
bsjve bpert cancelled on account
of insu'f'cient registration.
vwv iimten .sta'es citizens are
e'HHe to enroll in the summer
se'o". ' t .,
Tuition will be nayable at .-th
second meeting of classes thpt
meet for 16 hours: at the- thirH
meet'ng of the others. ; Classes
which do not. have 10 students at
that time will be cancelled..
P-'es Td Be
nfficiali
NE' voRK fUPD-ood nric
ei wiU he "substantially ; lower"
owsTd the end -o this year re.
flertjif! pre-jter Ol'ntities o inat
'n vegtab'es, officials o a
trade association renresentini?
112.000 innenendent food .stores
areH t.ndfv. ': 7 v i,f:-'s
W. V. Crawford.' President of
f'e Nafional Association of Retail
Growrs, nred'ct?"1 th nroduce
ow in FfcOrt s"n'w hji be plen.
t.iM hv fbo onA tit 1QW .- v
Rav; Cf,wnrthv"'',.,,8ssnri',tipn
vice nresi-Jent, said !the outlook Is
or ; lover' bee an pork prices
becanse of higher livestock mar.
ke'ings. "'-,'" ,-:T:-"t'.,rK
Fe bolpted out tHat excessive
corn supolies' and drought condl.
tions have restricted livestock
marketins over- the past couple
vears., xnow. ne said, the herds
that were built im durina that
period are- coming to market.
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COLUMIM riCTURCS arMtnti A SAM If IWa rKODUCTION
WILLIAM HOLDEN
ALEC GOIPESS JACK HAWKINS

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TECHNICCtLPRlB 11 CINgMASftftPT

HAYAKAWA 1AMEJ DONAL0 ANN SEARS
GEOFFREY HOftNE Olftcted by DAVID LEAN
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WASHINGTON, (UPI) The gov government
ernment government reported today that em.
unemployment dropped 200,000 in
May. ':.-',' '. ':' :--
The Commerce ad Labor de
partments said unemployment
went down to 4,904,000 a larger
than usual decrease for this time
of year. April unemployment was
5,120,000. :
Government economists regard,
ed as' most significant in today's
figures the fact that the seasonal

lv adjusted rate of unemployment
dropped to 7.2-per cent of tne
labor force in May as compareJ
with the high of 7.5 per cent in
ADril. This was the first reduc.
tion in. the reasfonally adjusted
rate since it started to climo last
summer. z'':'':'-
Due largely to -a seasonal ex.
pansion in agriculture and service
industry jobs, plus a larger than
usual gain in construction,' total
employment in May rose 1,200,300
to a total of 64400,000. .- v
The sore spot in the employ.
ment picture continued to be in
manufacturing; May employment
in manufacturing declined by
67,000 jobs to bout 15 million,
Two-thirds of lis drop was 1 in
the durable goods industries.
; Sharp Cutback
There have been 'a -series of
sharp cutbacks in manufacturing
for the better part of a year, and
the May decline was described
by the Labor and .Commerce de.
partments as slightly more than
seasonal ;,
Compared with ; a year ago,
manufacturing employment was
down by 1,700,000, with four.fifths
of this loss in' durables plants
maiang 1 automobiles, steel, all
types of heavy machinery, and
the larger household items. Sub.
stantial job declines .during the
year occurred in transportation,
construction, trade and mining. 1
Meanwhile, .congressional econ
omists predicted, there may still
be 5 million unemployed in early
1959 even if there is a good busi.
ness recovery before then. A-:. ; S
The staff of the Joint Congres.
sional Economic- Committee said
US; Soviefs To Swap
University Studen$
In Fall Of This Year
WASHINGTON (UPI)- Russia,
which recently expelled a' U.S.
diplomat for being too friendly
with Soviet students, has agreta
to let 20 young Americans enroll
in Moscow and Leningrad univer.
sities next fall.
At the same time, 20. Soviet stu student
dent student will start classes at colleges
and universities, : in the United
States.. ''.
. The swap will mark the first
time in recent history a group of
American students have studied
in nussian scnoois. .
The exchange of students was
provided in the broad cultural
swap agreement signed in Janu.
ary by the United States and
Russia. Details of the student ex exchange
change exchange are now nearins comple.
tion-. r:, .' i .,::: ''.
The odd 'feature is that finish,
ing touches were being put on the
student end of the exchange at
almost the same time Russia ex.
pelled John A; Baker Jr., second
secretary of the American embas embas-sy
sy embas-sy in Moscow. He was declared
unwelcome May 14 on the grounds
that his activities at Moscow Uni.
versity violated "norms of be.
havior for diplomatic represents.
tires." Officials said that meant
he was too. friendly.
Baker was believed the first
American in years to attend a
regular course at a Soviet Univer.
sity. He was studying Russian his.
tory. r
The United States so far has
not expelled a, Russian diplomat
in retaliation but was 1 believed
preparing to do so. The state de
partment refused ; any comment
whatever today when asked
whether it had ordered Soviet
embassy representative to leave.
The Russian students coming to
the United States 'j will attend
classes at Harvard, Columbia,
Princeton, and Indiana: universi.
ties and the universities of Wash,
ington, California and Chicago. ;
Teh Americans will attend Mos Mos-cow
cow Mos-cow University and 10 Leningrad
University. The 20 U.S. students
are now being selected by the in.
ter.university committee for trav.
el grants in New York. The stu students
dents students are expected to be chosen
principally from the seven U. S.
schools ) which the Russians will
attend.
Eisenhower Begins
Quiet Weekend
At White House ;
WASHINGTON, June 7 (UFIV (UFIV-President
President (UFIV-President Eisenhower today began
a ouiet weekend at the White
House. He had no scheduled ap.
pointments. ;-
The Chief Executive and Mrs,
Eisenhower rested at their Gettys.
burgh, Pa,,; farm on the two pre.
cedins weekends. But press secre.
tarv James C. Hagerty announced
yesterday they i would stay at
home this Saturday and Sunday.
-jriM-President has a busy schedT
ule next week, beginning with ur.
sent talks with visiting British
Prime Minister Harold MacMillaa.

"less rapid recovery could be ac
companied by as many as seven
million unemployed or over 10

per cent u of the civilian labor
force" in tne first inree monms
of next year. ; '
Fw Signs of Upturn .;-
The report, made public by
committee chairman W right
Patman (D-Tex), said conomic
activity has "continued to decline
and there are as yet few signs of
an early upturn." It said that on
the basis of past experience, it
seems unrealistic to count on a
business upturn before October.
December this year.
The commerce-labor report sa'd
hon agricultural employment
aside -from mamuacturlng,
showed a better than seasonal in increase
crease increase for the first time since
late i last summer. This was due
largely to a sharp rise in con
struction which' contributed he v.
ily to an increase of 260.000 em.
ployes. on non-farm payrolls.- ,,
'Employment figures fori June
were expected to show a large
increase in the number; of unem.
ployed because of the many thou,
sands of students' seekin3 "wcrk
thk month. These figures wid not
b available until July because the
Commerce and Labor turveys are
made in mid-mon'.h
Hew, Colombian Ship
Makes First Trip
Through Pan Canal
The Cartagena de Indlas the new.
est addition "tne Colombian
Steamship Line (Flota Grancolom Grancolom-bial.
bial. Grancolom-bial. made her first southbound
and northbound transits ; oi vne
Canal last month the current is
sue of the Panama Canal reports.
The .vessel will operate on a re regular
gular regular run between New, York and
U. S. East C st ports, then thru
the Panama Canal to Buenaven Buenaventura.
tura. Buenaventura. Colombia; Guayaquil E-
cua'r; and Callao and MoUendo
in Peru.. ,w,
'.The 475-foot freighter,' which has
a erasing speed of 19 knots, is one
nf the five new stiing to be added
to the; Grancolombiana fleet this
The others are the'Cludad d
Tunja and the Mahuel Mejia, both
of which have aireaay Deen plac placed
ed placed in service; the Ciudad de Bar.
ranouilla, due here tje-middle of
June; and the Ciudad de Pasto,
due in Cristobal the end of thi3
month. vva, i .--e4h,';k
;' V;, .. ,v,.C''.:,. .,?:
All of the new vessels were buil
in Hamburg, with the exception of
the Ciudad de Pasto, which is be being
ing being built in Seville.
Now In Us twelfth year, the Gran
Colombians' Is one of the Canal's
hefrt customers. It operates
ships of its own over nine routes
calling at 88 ports in 20 countries.
In addition to the new ships list
ed above, the-line-has five more
vessels under construction, iney
will go into service next year.
Wilford and McKay handle Flota
Grancolombiana vessels at ; t h e
Canal. ) '
Little League
Boys 2, Girls 0
Only two babies were born at
Coco Solo Hospital duri the week
nding at midnight wednesaay, ac
cordine to the regular hospital ti
nort. During the same period 39
patients were admitted and 44 dis
nhariroil rt ' x
- The babies, both boys are born
to Mr,; and Mrs. Edward Blount,
of Gatun and Mr. and Mrs. Alfon
so Charles, of Colon.

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Alt WM :aiilif
llllliliilllB lllili

SGT. RAFAEL DIEGO NUSEZ of Panama's Ouardia N'aclonal,
receives the honor student plaque tor maintaining the highest
overall grades in the Small Arms Repair Course which was
Graduated from the United States Army Caribbean School at
ort Gullck yesterday. Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden (left) Com-
m.nrfln. n.nardl TTCAPPAPTT1 TViarlA ftA nrffcpnf.Qt.lnn tn "Nttm

fiez, who lives at House No. 4043, Apt. 8, 5th Street and Bollvaf
Avenue, Colon. Maj. Pastor Eamos, chief of the Atlantic
, Sector Guardia Naclonal, Is on the extreme right.
j , (U.S. Army Photo)

XJ1

JUNGLE SURVIVAL -j- With
Sherman, prepare for a, siege
the jungle. Left to- right; are
Capt. Marian R. Gordon, Fort
Time Dims Bailie : ;
Scars, Ceremonies
Al Omaha Beach
OMAHA IBEACH, France' (UPI
The ..ceremonies like the scars,
were a liUle less marked yester yester-day
day yester-day "On this beach that they call called
ed called 'Omaha." ; 1
.There is a road anov a seawall
nowth&t were not there 14 years
aso.June 6, 1944,; when aihqd
forcesi invaded France and Ame,
Iran trnonq hit Omaha Beacb.
There are manv new buildings to
replace those that Vere shattered
to rubDJet .
Not as many turned out r nuay
for- ceremonies markiri', the an
niversary as in earlier years.
Main ceremTies - oi prayei.
speeches and wreath layings were
on Omaha and X'tih. beaches.
Three attaches from the U,Sf Em
b?ssv attended. i "- 1
But the residents of wormanny
nnvcr wi inreet. nnie ui "it
marks, faded now, s'ill are there
tn pp At 0e en Qt umaurt
rests a rusting German gun,
Rnmo hmi;pi still o'r' in rums
Rcraw prt nn wai s.., tne ,viri
S11 can faintly soe. the word
"hnavv trucks : UllS Way. or
''sunt) v dump fanner aaeaa.
" The cliff that American Rang Rangers
ers Rangers scaled to try to silence Gor Gorman
man Gorman guns still is pockmarked by
the shellfire that accompanied the
landing at 9:30 a.m. 14 years ago.
A mile awav at Colville, Amer
iran war dead lay buried. Others
rest at Sainte-Mere-Elgise ; where
the DBratrooners landed during
Hip nioht of June 6. i t
At the foot of the road -lending
down-lo the sea from Coi Coi-ville
ville Coi-ville stands a ttl. plain sone
monument. In English and in
French it says that "on this
beach they called Omaha.' the
allied armies landed to liberate
Europe. 1 r
FROZEN FOOH PACT
ORLANDO, Fla. ,(UPI-Minute
Maid, Corp. and Seabrook Farms
Friday .announced an agreement
rnidpr which Seabrook will begin
distribution on July 7 of S n o w
Crop' frozen fruits and yegetabtjs
in 11 Western states not covereo
by an earlier agreement.

but one live chicken, these officers, now attending the Jungle Warfare Training Center at Fort
In the jungle a part of their three-week course designed to teach them how to survive in
1st Lt. Jerry ; W. Ledin, 1st Marine Division; 1st Lt. Orville Kartchner,. 1st Marine Division; and
Lewis, Wash. (U,S. Army Photo) , r ,

Students Find

At Fort Sherman Short

Two "firsts" are being current currently
ly currently chalked up at the Jungle War. War.-iare
iare War.-iare Training Center, Fori Sher.
man, as Col- Alston Grimes, com.
manding officer, 3rd Training Re.
giment, U.S. Army Training Cen-
ter, Fort Dix, JN.J. completes his
Tfirst week o' a three-week course
of jungle training at Fort Sherm Sherm-an
an Sherm-an along with the first all-officer
class to attend a training cycle.
Grimes is the first officer of his
rank to take the course and the
all-officer group makes the second
nn-i. it
iirsit. i
As tht group completed its first
week of training, students were
learning that while tht course is
short, it is not assy. They art
rtctiving tht same training giv.
en an earlier class of enlisted
men from costs, camps and sta
tions in tht U.S. Like tht tnlistv
td men, the officers come from 4
manv Darts of the U.S.
In addition to i the Army offi.
Airman rrc:;,,v;
IM in to
On Cilalard
' An Albrogk airman was in sen.
ous condition today in Gorgas Hoa.
pital following : an accident in
whih his car struck a drainage
ditch on-Gaillard Highway near
the Little League ball park ent ent-ranee
ranee ent-ranee Jast night.
The injured airman, 26.year.old
Wiley Smith, suffered a Skull frac
ture and cerebral concussion in
the accident and was placed on
the seriously ill list when he was
admitted to the hospital. His c ar
was demolished,
- According to a police report, the
Buick sedan was travelling at ex.
cessivei speed towards Panama Ci-
ty at 6:10 p.m.. yesterday when it
ran of the highway on a curve,
about 200 feet north of the Little
League1 Ball Park.
Smith had no passengers in his
car at the time.
He apparently lost control on the
curve, ana ran o f ine roaa into a
drain a ge ditch,; where the front oi
the car struck the culvert, caus
ing it to turne nd for end abou
10 feet in the air, coming to rest
in the drainage ditch facing north.
Tnrla. hnxnital Of 'irials i rrfnnrt.
he is slill seriously H. Smith is at.
tached to the 5700th ; Operations
Squadron at Albrook. ..
NAME DISTRIBUTOR x
NEW YORK (UPI) Revere!
Copper and Brass Inc. has named
the federated metals division of
American Smelting and Refining
Co.- as v a --national distributor of
Revere; primary aluminum pig
and ingot to both the foundry and
die-casting, industries.
i- Some people seem to get their
exercise hitting tht ceiling. ";

uityilu uvz:

Jungle -Warfare Course

cerf, 'predominant In the group,
there is one Air Force ofiicer and
there are about 15 Marine "Corps
officers. All of them have bacca.
laureate degrees or better.
During the first part of this
week, the group was, for the most
part, in the middle -of the jungle.
They learned river obstacle cross cross-ings,
ings, cross-ings, constructed rope bridges, and
learned how to rappell steep cliffs.
They, subsisted at times on C ra rations,
tions, rations, weathered rainy nights in
the jungle and to a man agree that
tthf course is better than eood
most -of them say it s some of the
best training they have ever had.
It is perhaps signi icant that
the instructors at JWTC for these
officers are in some cases first
lieutenants assisted by enlisted
men. Yet the" officers have" gone
through the training, with no com
plaints and wi tit perhaps more en.
thuRi'Bsm than ; comparable group
of enlisted m. n -tt "-
. One ranger-student said the train
ing was a little more tnrou tnan
that he had learned-' at JWTC the
trainees are taught now tJ, survive
id the jungle comfortably,' while In
the rangers the accent is on bjre
essentials. But the : same officer
commented that the; JWTC me.
thods were well calculated to e.
6uip the fighting man with the
know.how, to last longer underi as
difficult conditions as the Bangers
ever faced. 1
-Ahead for tht group art such
subjects as reconnaisianct, night
training, quick fire and p 1 1.
formance. guerrilla operation!,
raid tactics and orietantion for
evasion and escape.
' Some o1 the officers have been
to Colon during the few off-duty
hours they have had,; but most
have, stuck close to Fort Sherman
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764 Of 239Schc3l$
Dsscgregaled, Dixk
Publicalion Reports
' NASHVILLE. Tenn. (UPD As
Southern schools integrated and
segregated closed this week., the
emphasis on integration shifted to
the federal courts.
Southern School News, a month
Iy publication by' the Southern
tiQucaiion Keporung service, re
ported that as the year ended. 764
oi 2,889 biracial school districts
were desegregated.
The magazine also reported that
mere were t,u oisiricis Slill seg
resateu. iney were in Virginia
South Carolina, Georga. Florida
Mississippi. Alabama and. Louisi
Three school districts in Mary
iauu ana nenuucKy announcea ex
panded desegregation plans, but
two "Little Dixie" districts in
Oklahoma reported they would
continue to maintain segregated
schools under the state's financial
aid policy lor at least another
year.
In court, cases, the U.S. 3rd Dis
unci vouri in rnuaaeipnia or
r i 1- ftL'l I ....
dered the Delaware board of edu
canon to lurinuiaie a ueseereea
- i.- x t ..1.. J
tion plan for the entire state v
and the board moved quickly to
comply.'
Federal courts handed down de1
cisions in 11 scnooi-emry cases in
Alabama. Delaware, Louisiana
ana Virginia, ana in reiatea cases
in-Texas. '.
RELEASE
CENTRAL
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Never Such Animal Excitement
On The Screen! MACNANI
Surpassing her Academy Award
Winning "The
Rose Tattoo"!
Paramount Pranlt
ANNA f.'AGNANI 1
ANTHONY QUINN
ANTHONY FRANCIOSA
WILD IS

on Monday.