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LONG VOXAGE Alejandro Toriblo points to faraway NeW
jersey,' where his son, Gregorio, is being fitted: With artificial.
arms Gregorio, 3Vt-years-old, and his mother sailed for thBf
' Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation at West Orarige; N.J., re re-cf
cf re-cf iHv H. ana cf the fat;,- 1 r-in m Ms arm
-v, in .4. prior to the dernrtui'e. vMs. .Ion- -rynd Gre-
-a &.e cpeued to ruu i .th.ju fin u.
Armless Grcnorio Making Unusual
AV Kessler: Progress Institute5
" The Canal Zone Committee for
Aid to the JPhysically Handicapted
'received good news today- ,
; Little Gregorio Tonbio, .who went
"to New Jersey last month to get
iitted with a pair tf arms', i4 making-unusual
I That was the gist of a letter re re-'ceived
'ceived re-'ceived by Forrest Dunsmoor, exe executive
cutive executive director of the committee,
from the Kessler Institute for Re Rehabilitation
habilitation Rehabilitation at West Orange. ;
The medical director; of the Ins Institute
titute Institute wrote that Gregorio, who as
3 1-2-year-old, is extremely bright
and is carrying -out his pre-ros-'.
thetic training most satisfactorily.
' It will take about' six months for
! him to go through the raining and
- The report further .stated that
at one time it was felt children
should not be started wih arifici-
Fk 3 Djf !':i!icd
In -am Fcv;
- 'Flag Day marked Mn the Canal
Zone today by an almost complete
absence of flags. In Balboa, the,
only flags to be seen were the re regular
gular regular one flying outside the police
" station; and the one on the Prado.
Early today, a guard of U.S. ve veterans
terans veterans of two world wars and the
Korean War disbanded after a
night-long vigil over a smouldering
pyre, of U.S. flags burned in an
"impressive ceremony last night. ,;
The flag-burning ceremony, the
first of its kind in the Canal Zone,
was held at the foot of the Goe-
thals Memorial in Balboa. Over
,'30Q unserviceable flags were; ig ignited
nited ignited by torch and despite a rain
which started falling just as the
; ceremony began, flames burst sky sky-wards..from
wards..from sky-wards..from the tUe f star d
" stripes--thanS to 50 gallons of kero
sene which hd thoughfully been
poured over them.
ytPn of the Armed Forces and
. the 'Canal Zone, were present but
the i. rain kept public attendance
low. --'v :.v,v..-,-; '
-Before the igniting of the flags.
th?re was an invocation by post
chanrain, William Schultz. remarks
' by Americanism chairman George
' Black, Jr, and a prayer for those
who gave their lives in the defense
O? the flag. .; i
The ceremony was presied over
, by Dan Papenta, post commander
msmbers of the Panama .Cnl
: Post No.' 1 and the Auxiliary Unit
' No. -1 and Boy Scouts acted as
honorary guards ofr the. flags." A
huge American glag hung over
the Coetha's Memorial provided z
bVfroo for the rites. ....
The ceremony was olanned by
the Amnri"anism comiittee of thr
Tost No. 1. I
at nrrrtu befor'' five vears -of age.
It has- been learned irom recent
experience, however, that this age
limit is arbitrary and artificial.
The report also had high praita
for the Oranges and Maplawood
Chapters of th Amtriean Red
Cross for their outstanding "-vici
vici "-vici In mttting Grtgorio and his
: mother at New York, takin them
to the institute and helping tham
adjust to tha communiy,
Gregorio and his mother left
via Panama Line May 21. The Gov Governor
ernor Governor authorized 75 per cent reduc
tion in fare and the local chapter
of the Red Cross rendered invalu invaluable
able invaluable assitance in coordinating ar arrangements
rangements arrangements in helping the Toribios
prepare for the trip,
' The total cost, estimated at more
thanf $2,500, will be paid by the
committee for the Physically Han Han-dioapped.'
dioapped.' Han-dioapped.' Bothe the committee
and the Red Cross are participat
ing agencies of the Canal Zone
United Fund. ,.
' In addition to the Toribio boy,
the committee is rendering assit
ance to nine other physically han han-dicapped
dicapped han-dicapped persons; Assistance con
sists of financing physio-therapy
treatments, surgery, and the nro-
curement of artificial limbs, home
walkers, hearing aids, glasses, and
so forth. In each case the board
of trustees reviews reports of me-
ieal authorities and Investigates
tne ecnomic need tor aid.
U.S. Airman 1 :i
Crashes With ".
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s; ALCONBURY, England (UPl)
A young U.S. airman who could
fix planes W ro'.; f v. them pi piloted
loted piloted a stolen jet bomber into mi
night sky on" a solo joyride Fri
day. His moment of glory endcr
in a flaming crash moments
' The plane'.-i a' B45 twin-jet Tor
nado, plunged into the main rail
road line ; between Londpn V and
Edinburgh a few minutes) before
an express was due. Tfainmen
stopped the i express, in time to
prevent a worse .tragedy. r :
The amateur' pilot,- a 21-year-old
airman Second class who
headed a B45, mechanical crew,
died instantly." : : r
. Only 10 minutes "earlier, 'two
American and two (British air
men were killed five miles south southwest
west southwest of this big U.S. air Ms
wheri a U S- jet trainer and
British jet bomber collided in air
Air force officials isaid there
was no connection between the
The names of the Americans
were ; withheld ponding notifies,
tion of next of kin.
The youthful mechanic sneaked
aboard the tornado and roared otf
the runway in it at 12:23 a.m.
: "Lel the people
Li A-i Li V -TTJ Li U w ml u L
For New Bill
.;" V'-"1 ? 1 -" "'
Despite disappontment by local
rate employes that the -proposed
single wage scale will benefit on only
ly only 5 per cent of the local rate labor
force, leaders of Local 907, WEXK Thafa-where they spent about 18 hours yesterday, ponder ponder-C10:AFL
C10:AFL ponder-C10:AFL were elated today at tfie lnf the processes of the inscrutable West. t ,
possibility of Panamanians servp -.Vl.f .,,-.., ...... ... ."i;;"! -Vi;?;
unara or Auoeis.
recommendation has been
marie hv the House Committee on
Post Office t and Civil Service. The
board will be a body which would
be established under treaty legis legislation
lation legislation now bejng enacted by Con Congress.
Jose de la Rosa Castillo, p'resid
fo Local 807, said today "This is
a big victory because tne ftoara
of appeals will be the highest au
thority to decide labor disputes.
In this we were supported by the
former foreign minister Aquilino
boyd." t.j ,j
The board" of appeals envisaged
by ghe House Bfll would t review
and determine the appeal Of any
employe relaing to the classifi classification
cation classification or evaluationof ,hia posi position
tion position and the establishment of the
grade or pay, level, of bis job. ti.
, -"i :v l ':'
The House repQiD stated:' '"The
findings of the board are conclus conclusive
ive conclusive and are mandatory on the exe executive
cutive executive department, agency establ establishment,
ishment, establishment, or-i corporation concern concerned."
ed." concerned." '; ;:;
The rmarz added "the bill pro
vides thatr the regulations,' issued
bv or under, the authority, jot. the
p-!. lont, .which-. ah" 'ih
ant -,1 '1 j roviiie to rsuw rsuw-r
r rsuw-r i' n, embers of the board and
lut. tuur appointment. ,?--;
"The committee urges, however,
that the Panamanian employes be
granted representation on the board
through appropnate appointments
I'm ;''.-' il 'rv'-" '.-(' :J.y''':
Echoing locaL' opinion? Casillo.
said of. the' bill: rAlthough the biU
will benefit only a minority of em
ployes in the matter of wages, it
provides for, a decent retirement
for 13.000 Panamanian employes
in the Canal Zone. "This bill is but
one step in!' our fight .for appro
priate salaries and treatment
He added "The only confusing
scale At present mere are two
U.S. rate, and local rate. In the
future there wuj be three: JJS rate
for US citizens, US rate for Pa
namanisn, which will be the US
wage rate less per cent, and
the local-rate scale as-It is now."
One local criticism of the bill
is that it provides for the desig designation
nation designation of certain jobs in theZone
as "security" positions which can
be filled only by United States, ci
tizens. Many Panamanians think
these Jobs should be .specifically
described to avoid endangering the
principle of equal opportunity for
u.5. citizens and Panamanians a
" The committee report- states
that U.S. citizens will be used in
key positions to the exten neces necessary
sary necessary o insure' continuity of oper
ation ana aomimstrauon.
ID htl'k Sicfcrs
In k?a7,3r Courses
tAI Ccn:l Zcr.3 1 C
Approximately 200 Pacific side
residents are taking summer, ses
sion courses which started tms
week at the Canal Zone Junior
College in Balboa, according to
an announcement bv the Division
of Schools. A number bf those
enrolled are takin? more than
ce of the several courses offer
ti the Atlantic aide, where on-
)v one class. driVer training; is
be'ne. given tnis. year. jj nlve en
The largest enrollment in the
Pacif side courses Is in elemen
try typing; about 100 are taking
this course. The course in driver
training has an enrollment of a
bout 50. and 30 are taking a course
in,'-;rapid ".reading.. v;v- "i
Other summer v session classes
which are being given at Balboa
this year: elementary, psychology.
use of the slide rule, elementary
a conversational Spanish, and engi
neerin?, sneetmetai. arcnitecturai,
and machine drawing.
The drawing classes meet Sat Saturday
urday Saturday mornings and other clss clss-es
es clss-es are held weekdays, in both
morning and evening sessions.
The summer session for the Jun Junior
ior Junior College beean Monday and
will be concluded Aug. 2.
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1958
From RR To USSR Shortest
Via BA, Red Newsmen Agree
How to ret most directly to Moscow from Manama t Ask any
Russian. He'll tell you "?ia Buenos Aires." Especially If he is
one M iho croup of 18 Russian newsmen who managed to get
themselves cocooned in International red tape, here yesterday.!
' The 10 are now aboard Pana(ra's southbound EUnterame
ricano, somewhere between' here and Buenos Aires. Their an answer
swer answer to John Guntber's -"Inside' Latin America" is apt to be
Their visas to Mexico and Cos.
ta -Rica: cancelled-without expla-j
nation; their transit visas in Pa.
nama- running out, and Panagra
suggesting that they transier at
Lima for an Air France flight to
Paris and thence to Moscow, the
Russian party; hne on '-.Latin A.
merica's' political and cultural ac
complishments,' its : reactions to
Sputnik, jts thoughts on rearrang.
ing ? the ong "Twenty Thousand
Tractors;, Putt-Putting amid . the
People's ,Corn". for cha r cha-cha
tempo, and its .metabolic reaction
to Russian women hammer throw throwers,
ers, throwers, '.hardened 1 to ."Buenos aires
or nowhere." v "?'' '. V ;
Though ; they i drew no compart,
son with, transport soarls at home,
the Russians yesterday acted like
men who had had previous expe.
rience of .the bureaucratic snow,
storm or. -papers, -y-. documents,
stamps permits .. and i whatever
which; bogs down ?.itraveUers';; in
many and., various' parts of ; the
world; such, as maybo Latin A.
mericaVand Leningrad! : f?.' ;!';
Ay desultory; quartet played,
cards for points n' cash. Orh-i
art kibitzed half-heartedlyi $om
'-?t. NontS.;rtd isma.read..
irr'th vanin :tH" Wet..'"
-,krtd "Sutno Aires'" fccm
a tally Ing erf t ? f ank, along
with "Stalinarad." ;;'
Whpn a Russian wants 4o eo w
Bufeml- Aires there's nothing' to
shake him mm the project, ra
na era pointed out that the y Lim a
ennnection with the Air France
flight to' Europerwould have ct
them to Paris and' thence j hflme
to Moscow faster than- any rout-
irig, via Buenos jAires. -gj
The Russians knew one,' ) thing
for. certain.. There was. a Soviet
embassy in Buenos; Alfes to help
them unravel their promems.
A-Other, things 'they Were far less
Certain about. E'fcn if there was
such a place. as Lima, it was be-
vone reasonable belief that any
such airline as Air rrance exist.
ed,: And if it did. it flew to Lh-
sa, 1 Tibet, not Lima. ,. y ;
Furthermore, "Buenos Aires.
Among those the unbudgingutra
vellers brain was shed around to
this m vewpoint--: were Panama's
chief of protocol Camilo Levy Sal
MEMBERSHIP in the new community club, the Breakers, at Coco-Solo was Inaugurated this
week, when Gov., W. E. Potter was presented tht, No. I- card and honorary membership iards
were presented to members of the Panama Canal Company board of directors who, are now
on the Isthmus.. The brief ceremony was held- at the Breakers Club during a visit to the
Atlantic side by the directors. The cards were presented by Peter fW. Foster, president of the
Coco Solo Civic Council which- has spearheaded the drive1 to have such a place for; the new
community. A visit to thrxlubasadeuring'thecoursefan4nspection-.of-mpto
quarters and other community facilities at Coco Solo. Left to right above are:-Potter, Robert
P. Burroughs, Ralph H. Cake, assistant secretary of the Army George H. Roderick, chairman
of the board of directors, and Foster.
country is $aj Abraham Lincoln
cedar Immigration'' ihief Rogelio
tiarcia paredes and Panagra. -..
- -.'-v. . .4.-..'.
All turned out at Tocumeni in
the small hours of! his morning
to try to calm the turbulence
which was threatening to sweep
from the steppes to the pampas.
They were greeted with gruff,
Muscovite declarations of "Buenos
Aires." i t 4tj e
At the crossroads of the world.
the road, to Buenos Aires was the
only.one not crossed out. .,
Red Radio Reports
Jailed In Shnnqhai
; TOKYO. June1 14 fUPI W-l 'The
Communist Radio announced today
that Roman Catholic; fathers Jo.
sephrP. McCormack, of Ossining
N.Y, and Cyril Wagner, of Pitts',
burgh, have been released from
confinement -in i. Shanghai, f f
i Avf etping; broBdcat saict :'4he
,iw American criminals" 1 were
released on the completion .of, the
f.,e-y ear terms U which. they were
setteneed in 1953-iMcCormack for
collecting military; policial and
enonomic inrpiation" and Wagn.
er for "sabotaging China's financi.
'. Reports reaching Hone Kong this
week said Wagner ; has been suf suffering
fering suffering Irom a serious asthma eon-
dition that has sent him to hospital
several times. McCormack is be.
ueved ,to be In. good health., t
"Thiyorte'stft' were jhield' for
three years, iq Shanghai's Ward
Road jail, but in 1956 they were
moved to a five-room house where
they have been kept Under guard.
"It "the Communists adhere;, to
past practice,-they will allow the
two priests either to return home
or to remain in Red China.
So far,, only one American-tu.
therian missionary Paul : Mac Mac-Kenson.
Kenson. Mac-Kenson. of Philadelphai has cho-
isen to remain : in Red i territory
after being released from, prison. :
O fa 5
' 1 S
First Of Five
For Locks Slab
The first pour of concrete at Pe
dro MiEuel Locks5 to replace the
broken floor slab was made at a
a.m. today. j
It was expected the flrst pour,
in which more than a fourth of
the concrete to be replaced win
be hiade, will requu"& ten or 11
hours. The job will be under the
personal supervision of F. H.i Ler Ler-chen,
chen, Ler-chen, Jr., maintenance engineer,
who has been named project en
gineer wr uir icfau juu. -. v j ,i
It is estimated? that the repair
work will cost, under $40,000, ac according
cording according to Lt. Col. R. D. Brown,
Jr.. Eneineerine and Construction
Director.: Jt is planned to ; make
four, pours and lay all concrete,1
Dotn uie noor siao ,ana a pari, ui
one culvert, during the coming
week and have the locke ham
ber ready for use. before the end
of- this month. ,. (; w. yV tM
Ten transit mix' trucks; are to
be used in transporting the con
crete from the Maintenance Divi
sion plant lni Balboa to the locks.
The mix wilt then be lowered in
to the lock chamber 'bv s two'
craned using two and ahalf cubic
tnnt. Vinrlrf Th nnerntinri Will
Vie cbmniicate'd bv the fact i that
th crane operator will not be
We se"! where the mix is be
ing- poured.. "''' -A: ;). hp 1
The first section Of the 'floor' to
be oouredj s alongside? the side;
wan wnere me oeewsi, pimne,WT.
Cuf red 'hy Watef ? prcssdif -'which
had raised thft floor slab.Anproxi
imtely 8.000 souare feet of iloor
slh iff to be replaced ? j
The first concrete wur M being
mM lef"re all of th old con concrete
crete concrete h been rernowd in 1 se se-ions.
ions. se-ions. This phase of the work has
been in progress on a 24-hoiir ba
sis since last;; jun,oay aiernoon.
", Gov. W. E. Potter will meet1 in
executive session with officers of
U.S. citizen and Latin American
civic councils during the' next two
weeks. : rfr:-:r"-
Next Tuesday,' he', is scheduled
to meet with officers of U.S. coun
cils. He is slated to meet with Lat Latin
in Latin American Council officers on
the following Tuesday.
' Both sessions will begin at ?
p.m. in the Board Room in the
Administration Buildin g.
Sousteile Sees i
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De Gaulle Gets
' PARIS. June 14 (UPl) l-
spirit behind the Algiers mutiny' that brought General'
vnun ae uauiie to power, talked with him for 90 mm
urf Nay end apparently got neither.a bawling-out nor a
cabinet post. ; ;
Soiistelle, a former governor-general of Algeria drew
more cheers n some i cases than De Gaulle during the gen general
eral general s trip to Algeria ; last weelcf -;'f ,;? ?jp,.y. v ; ;
Since then De Gaulle has tried to run the extra-regal
Committee of Public Safety in Algeria with no over
neip rrom dousreue.
Sousteile emerged from the Hotel Matignon, De
Gaulles official residence, looking very much at ease; w
He told reporters "Of course you can imagine Gen.1
De Gaulle; wanted; Jo exchange ideas ebout the North
Arrica prooiem. j
''InTfact I shall bej staying in
Paris a few days to I explain to
othe members of the government
perhaps have not been completely
a few aspects of the problem that
understood.!' -vtf ;S--: ; :
Asked if he would take a cabinet
post, jSou&tellr hrngged) "Oh,
that's something e ajUn. Natu Naturally
rally Naturally 1, am Wway i 'Hi. ihe dispo.
sitionoi tne 'generaft M '.
? At Sousteile was leaving, '$
vit ambassador Sergo Vinogra.
.dav,antrd with 'a lHai fa Am
'Gaulle from Soviet Premier Ni.
kits .Khrushchev,;, 4
' He Emerged :.20 ninutes later,
saying ."I. delivered to Gen. de
Gaulle, a written message from
Mr. Khrushchev and also a verbal
message. ..-.-f." 'i :
, "De Gaulle expressed 'to mi his
wish. to see theFrepch-Russian re
lationship increase and develop in
the' future.'? f'x:'--r.l? ?,-!
It was understood that' Khrush.
chev s letter to de Gaulle Was si
milar to. those he sent yesterday
lo president Eisenhower and Brit.
ish Prime Minister Harold ..Mac
miian. i.v; .:, L r:-::,'
However the French foreign ml
nistry steadfastly declined com comment
ment comment pendign study of the note.
Meanwhile Algeria's Insurgent
leaders today gave their full ap
proval to de Gaulle f broadcast to
ihe French nation last night. ; -.They
even gave it; before the
speech was made. '; v i t
Spokesman Lucien Neuwrith told
a press conference less than an
hour before de Gaulle's speech was
broadcast at 7 o'clock -last night
that the was sure that de Gaulle s
words "will satisfy lis fully," .
: It was presumed that the insure.
ents had" been an advance copy
oi tne speecn.
! There was no oDHeial reaction
aftar the speech but: It seemed
clear that the Insurgents were,
determined not ta risk another
.breach with d Gaull afte their
brusquely-worded resolution cf
four days ago.
In the corridors of the 13-slorey
government headquarters in Ai.
girs there was general satisfaction
with de Gaulle s condemnation of
the French parliamentary system,
even though he had praised the in individual
dividual individual integrity and patriotism
of its members.
Fire On Lunsberg
Put Under Control
The fire which broke out on the
German freighter Lunebprg yestcr.
day morning at Cristobal was
brought under control earlv today
by Canal Zone firemen and crew
men who unloaded much of, the
cargo of fishmeal in order to get
at the seat of the fire.
A deck cargo of cotton was not
damaged and will be reloaded on onto
to onto the vessel. Teh fish meal. how.
ever, which was in jute and paper
bags' Will probably he condem
med and destroyed. Most of the
bags split in the course of hurried
nnloarfin" and heavy rain has fal fallen
len fallen onto it, v ;
The 379 foot Luneberg, en route
from Chile- to-Hamburg is along.
side' pier 8 at Cristobal. Agents
for the shio are the Continental
Shipping Corporation. T
Jaeaues Sourlle riavIm'
'The- appointment nt Tiren n
,.(--;-. r.--i .--.t -. 'r .. v, f.Jv
Hilisinger, a Washington attorney,
to succeed Judge E. I. P. TateL
man v as Cristobal Magistrate -?
when the latter retires the end of
June was announced ; today by
Gov. Potten The new Magistral
is scheduled to sail for the Canal
Zone June : 24 aboard the -SS, Oris.
tobal.- J ?.;;,( iS f-y'iiiO :
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Judge Tatelman. who has oecu.
pied the bench in the ; Cristobal
Magistrate's Court since 1931, ex
pects to leave the Canal Zone ear.
ly in July to make his home is i
Bradenton, Fla. .
His successor, ;who holds a lavi
degree from the University oi
Florida, comes to the Canal Zone
from the legal staff of the Gener.
al Services Administration it
Washington. He is a member oi
the American Bar Association. Fol :
several years he was' in privatt
practice in Orlando and Wintel
Park, Fla.; and was also in legal
work in San Antonio, Tex.' ,, ;
The new Magistrate is. also a -retired
Army Air Corps ofacer.
Born in Binghamton,. N.Y., he
attended Syracuse University be,
fore he was appointed to the- U.
nited States Military Academy al
West Point in 1928. During" World ;
War II he was' assigned for a
time to the British Commando or.
ganization which was under the
command of Lord Louis Mountbat.
ten. He was wounded in the DL
eppe opertaion and his right leg
was amputated just- below the
He took his law degree after ht
was retired from active service
with the Army, In addition to his "...
private practice 'in Florida and
in Texas his post war career in,
eludes several assignments as; a
civilian with a number of govern, -ment
organizations, among these
Patrick Air Force Base in Flori.
d, one of the exprimental guid guided
ed guided missile bases.;
. He speaks Spanish and at ona
time during his military careet
was Military and Air Attache tt
the United States Embassy, in
Mexico." ' '
The hew Cristobal Magistmte is
married and the father of an 18.
year-old son.1 Mrs. Hilisinger and
their son wiU accompany1 'hin
f jC Tug Taboa r
The Panama Canal sea-going tuf
Taboga will return to Balboi
Monday after successfully com1
pleting a special mission in Co
rinto Harbour,, Nicaragua.
The Taboga left Monday to as
nist tn freeing th M-arpnshii
Guatemala which nad run agrount
in the harbour. The Guatemal
is a 354 foot freighter of the Nica
raguan Jlamenit-Line and mad
her last trip through the Can)
May 21 en route to Corinto frot
Hamburg and other Eropean port
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THE MAIL BOX
, HIRING OF STUDENT ASSISTANTS
fir:ThU is n' inauiry'as to bow the hiring was done by the
PanCanal Fersonnei bureau and the various bureaus and divi-f:-.7t:
u- io,ot nf tndints. both colleee and high school,
for imnmertune employment. It is interesting to note tnat there
Are two college students filling oh-so-scarce positions no are
the chUdren of an individual one wtuld naturallf auume or
1 ilizadidnot need summer work... both from a. position of
5' prestige point, of view ild from a money wu
( ".vA:jVLr-"lV-l''.'A- K. onolV7rt th who's
' tortVtougWer. was filling the position, the questioner might
k find that they are delving in what maybe termed loosely athe
t Tuppa Techeloa ox hierarchy' 0! the selfsame. bnorgantoa bnorgantoa-fioM
fioM bnorgantoa-fioM Ability, skilV merit 'and necessary qualifications for a
; given podtioh arVevidently not factors in. auajlfylng a student
Theabuse of nigh position by those in power, the "use of
pulL u!d "you do me afTvor and I'll do you one" type of sys sys-?X
?X sys-?X in SuWic emDlovment may bring about the .elimination of
tlon. fair and unbiased selection 01 swiueui. -uiuhj
SSi of merit and qualifications only, and a epmpi stent manage management
ment management of the entire program by responsible interested personnel
when tney spena
TRAPS FOR TOURISTS ; :
Something ought to e done to stop 'tourists beinr robbed
u- .-2-j v,nnr ash or, in Panama. I BuoDose tour-
i'tawra u l world but it really
J pataful S hoi they a rooked and swindled at every .step
' thevtake. .,- .' U -A.
r- Buses wait for them at the dock S
Into town. The chlva service, as everyone her knows, Is quite
. frequent from Balboa but a few buses wait especially for the
tourUta and charge them an exhorbitant fare into town, often
as much'as 50 cents per person instead, of the usual 10 cencs
T I know because I got onto one of these tourist buses by
; mistake the other night and the driver tried to charge me this
fare, mistaking me for a tourist.
F Of course these buses do the tourist a special favor. 'They
stop at the Y.M.OA. where the tourists can change their fhoney
if they have no dollars and the banks are shut, v .
. When thev eet Into the bright lights of the city a thousand
traps await these Innocents. From the shoe-shine, boy to tne
ljestauranteur they aU $ee the tourist coming ano; rook, him
right left and centre.
We have been discussintf; the value of service in point of
l-'rnrflti and are at a loss. ,l
i The point rigr-What actually nappens rhen a U.S.-RAte or
loal-rns emplbye resign from U5. "Government servics in
j I C?hfll Zone in Rood health and have not reached the retire retirement
ment retirement ace after completing 30 years of tjbyal andvefflclent serv-
By VICTOR RIESEL
Thara are at laast IS U.S t t-tiiam
tiiam t-tiiam living unaatily in our
land bacausa, until fiva yaars
age, thay wara mtior aaviat
spias. Had tha Rosanbargi, ax.
acuttd an tha night of Juna I,
1953, brekan thair iilanca and
faith in Russia, aur govarnmant
would hava had sufficient evi.
danca ta land tha 15 othan ta
tha etaetric chair for war-time
espionage against us.
' I report this now, not because
it is almost five years to the day
since the government was forced
to kill two people fuilty ol violat.
ing the laws of treason with
which any civilized land must pro protect
tect protect itseli. Rather, this is report,
ed at this time because a well,
meaning American millionaire, as
did another like him, is planning
a mission to Moscow. Late this
fall, Cyrus Eaton, the Joseph E.
Davies of today, will see Nikita
Khrushchev, just as Davies saw
Stalin..' v. K
r Then Mr. Eaton will return to
the States to organize American
industrialists into a group which
will deal in and sell heavy Indus,
trial tonnage and sympathy to tha
Russians. The Soviets are in des
perate need of our factory prod.
ucts despite their overweight sput sputniks
niks sputniks and their overworked boasts
that they are ahead of us in sci science
ence science and production techniques.
They are not, ;. though their
spies have stolen and are still
stealing our major military and
industrial secrets. True, we've kilL
ed two of those agents and fore.
ed the Russians to replace the
other IS whom we can't touch be.
cause the Rosenbergs died with
the corroborative evidence needed
to stand up in court. But those
spy rings, directed by Soviet and
satellite embassies and ofucials,
are in high gear today.
- Our eovernment knows this
yet Mr. Eaton is disturbed be.
cause we '"snoop" to track down
whatever evidence there is. It
was this kind of "snooping"
which, ior example, told our FBI
agents why a short husky man
was standing on a bleak New
York street corner in January
1944, carrying gloves and a green
book when a lean, dour man car.
rying a tennis ball walked up and
said, "hello." That was the first
meeting of spy courier Harry
Gold and Scientist Klaus Fuchs.
We lost some oT our atomic se
crets as an ; aftermath of that
' Espionage is not all cloak.and
dagger stuff. Friends ef the
man with the tennis ball need,
ad enly to learn later that a
Dane by the name of Nicholas
Baker, working at tha Las Ala.
mos atomic grounds was real.
fy Xfils Bohr iand tha Soviet
agents knew exactly what" to"
tali tha Rnsslans; Bohr was a
world.famed nuclear scientist.
We lost those rounds to the Rus.
sians. When some of our FBI a-
A recently graduat,d
v Brave nome xoaay. iue yuuiiB uwu n wuw ,i riossiprs and then aDDroarhed
a name, which was famous .in .wftb ALIffi to uT&S with fflRSS
years ago oeiore uie auu jv, 0UJ brsg nearly dr0pped
UP ff Bobby was at his riding, peak when he hung p his tf&S til
boots and saddle and flew North. He had been leadmg rider at i--
!5.ffS ffiS-Siff1 mSy4 ghoatU.Vhinec. Sr.
. C1?." ?n:ZJ"::": ,ni h. portant instauation as we built
.w.!SI'--T: IX"' ; -them. They moved into everyvi.
cqwu, mu wppv -wi. Pl.tlw liPrptal tactory, seeding our newest
":-Si"JS to i waVrintarr5i industrial secrets ou i.ems run.
"r."!.'-.!! .i nine u:om aisimectanis, the uses
ir5Kh V. 1 r wt whPthir he will return to Panama to of lanolin, special soaps, commer-
.. i.t- ,.'-ain M th. stot. t,t o int. nf nnnlR cial solvents anu caroon dloxiae
here sure hone he decides on cominsr home some day for good,
i think I weak ''for thousands of other wellwlshers when I
say, welcome home, Bobby Held.
KEEP IT SHORT i
recovery processes to new proces.
ses tor manutaciuring etnyi-aico-
hoi. synthetic rubber, piavics
special fuels, rocketry and, of
course, electronic equipment.
There is much evidence to
prove that they had units in tha
u.b. iJepts. of Xiabor, Commerce,
, Just Helping to Get More
r: Money in Circulation"
Walter Winetiell In 'NwMA
Sir! , .
. For iome time now X have been reading DPP's letters In the ASi"tha?Harryd ffi the
..... -.j uj th. onnxlllKlnn that.. t.hA VfllltlO .' fa.
Aiau jox un ,"7, ,""H;;irtAn man with the gloves and green
man, whoever, he Is, has a pretty good education and could weil wliUn man witn
be a leader among his people exceps ior ima uimiwu Ym"Ji the tennis ball, started his work
H 1 obviously a Panamanian of Wf Jftry. tat J ovit; m3ustrial
like almost. aU of his English-speaking countrymen with k lit- to m7 Th Russian put
tie educauon. he grasps every opportunity to display the .full jw w "Ueg" w he could
range of his vocabulary. - better equipped to steal facto.
Here is an example: In his last letter jMan Box. June 12) iecreUar ta w lhifted
DPP saw,' ine -resulting uiuiuuumy iumuuuo, j""" i1"; to atomic asnionaee But the In.
imagine how many of hi. readers who on y had a grade
, education wno went scurryuig to wie r u" w "'u .tine-as you will hear from tim
LAS VEGAS TO N.Y. AND
Colyumist pecking a portable in
the XWA skies: It is midnight on
the desert as the lights ot Las
Vegas lade. .' .And this will be on
the Mirror's linotypes shortly sit
er. .we were in Las Vegas almost
a month. .Two weeks ot rehears
ala for the Tropicana girl-show
two weeks booking. ,, Our first
sott-shoe routine since we hooft
with Harry Ricnman and Lillian
Roth-at the Palace on Broadway in
1931. .The year we got our first
Uoast-to-toast raoio hookup from
American Tobacco. .It doesn't
seem that long ago. ; ,W miss the
talented Tropicana people al
may. .Most of them kids all of
them clever enougn to be in Broad
way shows. Desilu wired we
resume shooting TV iiims at i a.m
Monday, June loth.,. .At their new
ly. acquired studios in Hollywood.,
iooo. we are nyine to M. x. to see
the family and our first srand
daughter. .. .Catch some ot the
new plays. .- .Prowl the town acain
(in tne Mu-ror press car) and take
ine Mianignter back to Ulamour
yille Sunday night. .Arriving just
in time tor rortrait ot a cop."
Pat Boone's "Suear Moon" could
be a harmony part for Gus Ed
wards' standard: 'By the Lieht of
me auvery moon'v, .Add sound'
a-hkes: Elvis' "Wear My Ring
Arouna xour iNecK ana "xou ue
long w m Heart. .The new
Stardust (world's largest hotel)
opens July 2nd in Vegas. It will
feature 'Le Udo ne Pans" a
cast of 60 direct from Paree
Another Wilbur Clark scoop. : .Pat
Suzuki (of Seattle) is the rage of
vegas on the Ray Bolger bill at
the Flamingo. A song stylist
bound for the bright lights and
screens. ... .Bill Willard (ex-Variety
critic) has developed into a star
artist (oils) between' running his
Pudiic relations firm. .Brcadway
Confucius: Save your money when
you're hot. It's the only thing that
remains loyal when you're not.
You gotta keep in the '. public
orb if you want to : be rntir1.
dearie. That reference to Marilvn
Monroe (in the hit musical "Li'l she met a lad (22) from Tucson, in
Abner") has been switched to
Bngitte Bardot. .Connie' .Ben .Bennett
nett .Bennett in Rot Russell's role fAuntie
Mame") hasn't played to an emp empty
ty empty pew since October on .tour.. .
The gendarmes are ready to col collar
lar collar tne 'pusher', and 'users' who
hang out in a midtown spot for
musicians. (Doaps). .Gal sing-
kers are coming back. You couldn't
give them away a few months
ago. .Delia Reese is riding high
again with "C'mon, C'mon". .
Connie Francis latest click is
"Who's Sorry Now" ft j i .Eydie
Gorme has 'With These Hands,'.'
Toni Arden stars with "Padre".
Dorothy Donegan (jamming the
Embers nightly) will call her new
album, up Again, Down Again,
Donegan," a dilly. .Anne Helm,,
pretty starlet,' a- year ago was
working as. a wrapper at Nat
Lewis! B'way haberdashery, v
, Roberta .Sherwood's L heartache
must be great. . Seeing her be
loved Don taken, to a hospital. .
He insisted, she keep her contract
with the Roosevelt Hotel. New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. .Duke Hazlett (he won the
crowd in H'wood at the Slate
Brothers' spot on La Ciena ea with
his amazing Sinatra styling) is the
new feature at thesVegas Trop. .
Nat Brandwynne is prolly the on only
ly only batoneer In the world who con conducts
ducts conducts his crew wearing a tux plus
cowboy boots. Bobbie Milano's
latest Capitol platters is "If Tears
Could, Bring, You Back." .This
newcomer is on his way.. In Ve Vegas
gas Vegas the choice places for .Italo
cuisine are Luigi's and at Colon Colonial
ial Colonial House. .Pearl Bailey was so
impressed with pretty Phyllis
Paul's tnrusning tat me mviera)
she pledged a screen test for her
next tne. i .Line aooui a i v nam;
'Some-one oughta remnd him
show biz is 'crowded with Has -Beengrates."
Pinky Lee's lovely 18-year-old
dghtr Pattl came from their
manse in Beverly huis to witness
realty. .His name: L. Palant:
He proposed 4 days later and they
wea June 22nd. .The uncredit
piano soloist on the Daddy,0's bit
piayer ot "Got a Match" is form
er disc-jockey Billy Harrington.
His society band is the deb's de
light... .Former .middleweight
cnampion &ony Krieeer is douol
ing as "director of traffic" at
Pumpermk's. spot in Miami Beach
ana offering Floridians a beer
imported from Munich. . Eaves Eavesdropped
dropped Eavesdropped in Las Vegas:. "I came
here in a. $5,000 car. I'm going
nome m a sv.uuu ous. '.
Mack Gordon (Gordon and Re
vel, when We introduced him to
Hollywood in 1933) took 1 1-2 hours
(the other night) to render his
repertoire of "Then-I. Wrote"' epics
About 133 songs.". .When we first
went to town for that team a -coly
umnist tried to wound them with:
("Gordoiv and .' Revel are just ian
other Winchcll "flash-in the piin"..
Their next smash song was "Did
You Ever See a Dream' waling?.
. . .As Paul Coates (the Coast
commentator), recently observed:
"An amateur should never fool
around with a pro". V Presley's
thesping in the soon-due "King
Creole 'will astonish even his bit bitterest
terest bitterest detractors. Thanks to the
N.Y. Reporters! Ass'n for their
annual Runyon Fund check. .
Lisa Kirk return; to the Persian
Room Sept. 7. ;. .Poem hey re
cite to folks -who 'sell "short" in
Wall Street:, "He who sells what
isn't his n must buy u back or
go to pris'n. .Warning to short short-sellers:
sellers: short-sellers: The Feds are hep.
The Otto Premingers. court war
hurt a "bystander" named Hope
Bryce. .Mrs. Preminger named
her "one of three corespondents,"
alleging Missryce wafin China
with her estranged husband. In
reprisal ; the producer director
named actor Michael Rennie. .
Revlon, reading the stories in the
nflrwr immerliatplv fired Miss
his premiere at the popular Dunes Bryce from one of their quiz shows
(Vegas) in tne "late Begins at;m which she does a commercial,
Minsky's" frolic. A nawdee gril-
show. loaded with several acts
from Europe, aU of them adroit
entertainers.. .ine very nni mgnt
. -a mi iim Mwnemia i aa wrn amvi n n sbbii nn ajriri i v
in their ranks.'' The thought is clear, out ine nrsi ThP
comes to my mind is, "what the devil Is he talk nX Now let a k the
a. a 1 .1 aha ma 1 mUVt'Aiir -II thi I KCL U1C11 muix,m vl
. m Ml Akmvw Mu uufl 4
Sjuuuiaus umi. mmuiiij vi uib" --- S f tlr. mora mne atorV
Soviet Union to
of the 100 big
gest U.S. corporations. That would
Tka a in at. tha eolumns which annear on the same page helP mtU Iriends.
uw .u Si annaor nr the nfwi tnr1pi Tchlph An-I
pear In the newspaper. They all strive lor simplicity, even when IMiceinn Airman
nnnr with wpivniv. BiiDier.LX. incv m bcciii m buy away uuuii
tjm.riniiar nri" anri comnlicated nhrases. and I am sure the r....J D.lnAa
ritera have as much and sometimes more education that DPP TCUl CU r I I3UIIGI
Take a look at the columns Written by Panamanians of Or Czech Guards
mt TMian hirtti' in t.h inral newsnaners and comnare them
with the Stateside columns and you will see the difference. You VIENNA (UPI) U. S. Army
win Biwm drnvir tha ones mat are reaa more eiioruessiv wnue ski. James a. coie is missins ana
drivinf home the message or the report with the fullest impact, feared a prisoner in Communist
I should state here, that one notable local exception is Al-1 Czechoslovakia, Austrian police
bert X. Bell, from whom many of his colleagues could learn a
lnr. about urltlnsr for their neODle.
, ko doubt this letter win provose anotner; aispiay.oi vrr t
forensic wit sprinkled with more ot his erucuie lucuorauon.
- There I go. :Thls "bigworditis" must be catching,
7 .. . DWB
said yesterday. They said be prob
awy wanaerea across mo czecn
(border while fishing near Stock
erau in lower Austria.
U.S. Army headauarters In'Hei
delberg, Germany, confirmed that
Cole, 34, of conneusvuie, fa,., was
missing. He was attached to a
headquarters company in Munich.
He had been visiting his wife's
home in Stockerau when he uut.
Police said Cola and a coutrn
of his wife left the home to
fish in a river on the Czech
border. Thev said Cole and the
cousin' probably-went to' an Island
in the -river which Is in Czech
territory and were detained by
THE SAVINGS BANK
' Institution Guaranteed by the State. ;
. Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
- INITlXL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
: , "or other securities
;! 25c. 50c. $1.00 aiid
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks v
Individual sety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
Q. A. De ROUX,
COLON BRANCH: -front
St. at eorner
f 7th St.
CARLOS MOIYNES V.,
etc. ..The sponsor must have
known all along that Hope Bryce
was in New York on their ., neo
eramsand not in China or even
Dubuque. .She has a aeat hunk
nf lreal action aeainst all concern
ed who tried to wreck her good
reputation. .There ts an adage in
legal circles: "Stay out of the
courts. No matter now clean both
sides are going in both have to
come out-a little dirtier V
Hope Bryce has sponsor trouble
Decause oi iaise iinger-isiaDDing,
but Mr. Rennie. similarly charged
does not... .As the old saying goes,
hpine a man is a lot easier. In
, t. i 1 .1
the morning an np naa io no
is put on a clean collar.
Lee Moore (doorman at the Bi
arra Club) leaves soon to be lead
ing man in Summer stock at the
Arden (Del) Robin tHood Playhose
. .Gambler Joe E. Lewis' line
'Oh. if I onlv had my wealth".
Overheard at the. Vegas Desert
Inn gaming casino: "Do you want
to play big. euff of little; cash?"
. .One thing Broadway has over
teevee: You get more than one
chance to phlop. .Midge Fielding
(she once choreographed the ec ec-cellent
cellent ec-cellent girl shows at the Versailes
and Copa) is ready to resume. .
Earl Barton, who ditto'd the Tro Tropicana
picana Tropicana (Vegas) hits for Monte
Proser, is only 28 and rates
Broadway.H wood attention. .0 .0-verheard
verheard .0-verheard at the Tender Trap:
'Please believe me, darling, you
're the only other woman in my
life". . .On Broadway, talent ai
ways attracts lots of Imitators
When .there's only one of You,
there's always olenty of Them
Zsa Zsa's pinthy punchline: "A
man loves with bis eyes. A woman
loves with, her, ears,
'"WASHINGTON, One of the
Jrst 'moves Pre ..lent Lisenhowei
will make toward the new goveru
ment of General De Gaulle is to
invite him to Washington, once
ihe French crisis has calmed-
- Behind this v.. i te' the motive
of warming De Gau.;e up to the
U.S.A. and selling t..:i on the cont continuation
inuation continuation ef NAIO. ..,..'-'
More important 1 is the worry
that the French army, under De
Gaulle, will begin waving the big
stick at Germany, undo all the
good will built up between France
and Germany : during the last
10 years. ,:. ; i
Smarting under the sting-' of
past defeats,, the French military
are determined to restore their
might. And having helped knile
the European army under, the
same command and wearing the
same uniform, they will doubtless
continue to thumb their nose at
.For this reason, the State De.
partment has advised Eisenhower
to invite both De Gaulle and
Chancellor Adenauer to Washing,
ton. .Whether De Gaulle will come
under those circumstances rem.
ains' to- be seen.' He may dem demand
and demand that Eisenhower and Adena.
uer come to Paris. ; v-
DS GAULLE'S LUCK
The wheel of fate has a pecul.
iar Way of spinning. 'Sometimes
its finger,, turning through the
years," ignores a man completely,
only to come back and anoint him
a hero.;',;'.. ',: ': : ; 'v--It
was 15 years ago in North
Africa that Charles De Gaulle, an
honest, mediocre man, who was
all the Bitish could find to carry
on resistance against the Germ,
ans, confided to President Roose
elt that he was to be the Joan of
Arc of France.
. They' met at Casablanca. Roos.
evelt found De Gaulle proud, stub,
born, unyielding. Roosevelt came
back to Washington to ridicule De
bauiie privately in his meetings
Time passed. The free French
moved back to France benefit of
the American Ajmy. De Gaulle
enjoyed" a brief period of power,
then retired to bis village ISO miles
from i Paris. He remained there
until, he said. France chose to call
him back. The conditions of recall
would be a new constitution giv.
ing him continuity of government.
without the constant frustration
of continuing .cabinet crises. ; ? t
The wheeftspun. Last week De
Gaulle was called back by Pres President'
ident' President' Coty. Again he was stub,
born, unyielding, refused to neg
otiate with French political lead
ers. But he had the army On his
side ah army which the politic politicians
ians politicians had appeased., .-, ', i- .'... ::i i
Unlike. Harry- Truman, who fin
ed-Gt ersl WacArthur when Mact
Arthur, challenged Truman's aut.
hority in the! far fast, French, civ civ-ilian
ilian civ-ilian leaders had bowed. Time after
time they btwed to the military
f So, "15 years after De Gaulle des
cribed himself as another Joan of
Arc, the crowds on the boulevards
were parading,, shouting,-, hailing
him as a Joan of Arc. His was a
victory achieved 'by patience, mil.
itary might, and the -. uncertain
wheel of fate.
What happens from here on will
depend more on abiltv than fate.
i De Gaulle has integrity, but has
he ability? Time alone can tell.
. -THS KLAN IN ALABAMA
One of the most important,
though little noticed, primaries In
the nation takes place today in
Alabama, where tne ku juux
Klan 'has staged a big revival
and is out to elect John Patterson
as governor. If he wins it will be
a cue for a Klan -revival through throughout
out throughout the South.
Significantly, every daily news.
paper in Alabama, with two ex.
ceptions, nas lined up against Pat Patterson
terson Patterson and the Klan and is support
Ing migrate, middle-of-the-road
Judge George C. Wallace.. So are
the majority of mayors snd the
Alabama League of Municipalities
The Montgomery Advertiser, a
' From : a.m. to-12:31 p.m.'
SATURDAYS: from S:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
ORDERS GHOST WATCH
: QUEZON k CITY.. Philippines
(TJPD Msvor, Norberto Amoranto
ordered police yesterday to set Jip
aiwatch at the. place reported to
be haunted bv.ihe.ghoasL .af a
murder victim. He may be able j7 xha U.SJS.. is
to tell them-who done it, Amor. I her
snto said.,. ..
conservative newspaper,' prirtol
he tirst teil.ale eviuence linxTt
.'attorsoa with the Klan by pua
JShmg a leuer in winch fatten
son quoted his "mutual frieno'
k. bi. (Bob) Shelton as sur-estinl
"that I write you and ask lor yoj
support in the coming guveiicrV
" . ',,'
Bob Shelton is the Grand-DraJ
on of the Ku Klux Klan in Ala
bama. Aiter ducking the press .ol
uie, rauerson unally. ad
miuea wiat shelton had-been
Significantly. narf nf th. ,.
for fatierson is'comin? .mm nut
me Alabama in the torm of Te
a uu uiunej, noiaoiy from the 11
L. Hunt interests.- Hunt ,A
man who so vigorously supporleJ
the laie Senator McCartnv.
Significantly, the only two dih
newspapers hned up with the KUi
m supporting Patterson are aisJ
ownea ouiSioe of Alabama tnl
Birmingham- Fost-Herald. ownel
oy woy Howard, whose New York
Pittsburgh and Indianapolis news
papers bid for Negro circulation!
a inn tha Ttnth... i1--!- j i f
Kalph Nicholson, Quaker-edua
ated Hoosier, now a resident Jt
lorida. All Nicholson's back,
ground would make him an v op, ?
oonent of the Klan, but he telH
menus very rrankly: "I'm in thi
newsoaoer hiisinsc. t m.ir.
A lot of proble all over the Soutl
will bewatching the outcome ol
the Alabama primary for covern.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
- "-"wfiaiinii iiK n tree ii
now Secretary of tha Treasuri
bod Anderson finally swing Ei.
senhower firmlv aeain t.a jnt.
Anderson showed him tha fitruPA
vvuccuuua. wnirn inniraia
that tax revenue will be aboul
(1,500,000,000 below January estn
ates. Ike was so alarmed that hi
immediately approved an extens.
ion of the ekcise and corporatiol
taxes which -otherwise would ex
pire the end of this month.
ArRlCAN MEDIATOR, r FOR
NEAR EAST Prime Ministei
Kwane Nkrumah, the Georis
Washington of the New Africas;
Republic of Ghana, has b e e n
sounded out by British diplomat!
about mediating the crisis in th
Middle) East, They would hav
him. mediate even the bitter dif.
ferehces between v. Israel and
Egypt. Nkrumah. ;s respected by
both Israeli Pnra,e Minister, Ben
Gurion and Egyptian dictator. Nas
ser, therefore might b0 able to
reduce-the tension. .
Holaday, the) Pentagon missile czar
is ; preparing to pull the rug out
from under the Army's Jupiter in.
termediate-range missile : Though
it bad been planned to set up
Army Jupiter squadrons and
four Air ForcerThor sauadrnna
overseas, Holaday is secretly rev.
ising the missile schedule to create
only three Jupiter Army squad,
rons and nine Thor Air Fo
However, neither the Army nor
the Aip Force will be able to equip
many missile bases abroad' be.
cause of the way. foreign nations
are slaying away from them.
CONFIRMS JET SHIPMENT
BRISBANE, Australia (Tjpi)
The Indonesian military -attache
rin Australia confirmed Wednesday
tnat his nation naa accepted a
shipment of mig jet fighters from
Communist Czechoslovakia. Lt.
CoL.Basoeki Rachmd told news,
men that pilots were being
trained to operate the aircraft,
However, he said he knew notKihg
of reports that a consignment of
Soviet J Hyushin bombers was be.
ing sent to Indonesia.-
ACROSS 90 Dropsy
1 Stateswoman, 60 Encloses
13 Disposed of in
- a will :
' -prince - 1
15 Burmes wood
. 18 Bewildered -V
3 She is held in
9 Snooze 1 -12 Great fear
I Siouan Indian IS Mulct
Answer to Previous Puxzle
AT tf n UQl
- Lilt Mill 12
a t- ii
20 Shade tree
25 Bushmen ..
27 Scatter, as hay
30 Have recourse
32 Soak flax
33 Cornish town
88 Cubic meter
44 Opines 1
48 Browns from
48 Pewter coin
51 Papif cape
85 Narrow Inlet
(8 Happen again
8 Her husband
' led the U.S.
! through most
- of World
9 Leave out
10 Note anew
- under oath
26 Sea nymph
37 Bridge holding
51 Card game
5 Duke (rr.)
98 Symbol (or
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TZZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN nCDlYENDLNr NEhsArui
r- V '.
f "H 4 ;.,..,:. '-,.
" ttf ats FORCE'S Latin American Mission Chiefs gathered at Albrook this week for the semiannual Car.
TJ!S UNITED STATES AWi ww inference Besides maintaining missions In 15 Latin American republic the USA
ibbean Air Command is tSAF mission CosmmiSson an maintains a Military Assistance Advisory Group in the
lso represented on the Joint BrazUian us MTO comman Carlbbean Air Coipmand, wh0 supervises USAF Latin Amer-.
Dominican Republic. un. . e. Robinson. Jr., Ecuador; Col. William R,
lean activities, is sao : chHrt Rrn7ii Col Glenn C Thompson Bolivia: Landon; Col. Don L. Wilhelm, jr., Para Para-Calhoun.
Calhoun. Para-Calhoun. Jr., Chile; Col. Morris Shedd Brazi C BA" en tin?- and Col. George W. Criss, "Jr., Peru
, P1. John C. Tftonuuu, iaiuuhw v.. ,. "--t, To,00 w -Hww. Guatemala- Cel.
r t' IV n n! Thomas A Fouts, Venezuela; joi. .uerma ... uugsum,. vuu, TTr,,a,r0V-
tacit row:. Lt. Col. .tmw 7!.rt.mln rhlef of staff; Caribbean Air Command; Col. Clure E. Smith, Jr., UruRuay.
James P. coL Oscar G. Johnson, Haiti; Col. Philip O. Doornsbos, El Salvador; and Lt. Col. yyiuie
Walker, Nicaragua. mm"- ; 1
UH Watchdog Group In Lebanon
To Chock On Arab Smuggling
lr.!:rcil P.:;:ifcl f
On' C:'i SbJ Fcr
' Much interest has been reported
among both Atlantic and Pacific
Side .lance goers in the : fortacom fortacom-ing
ing fortacom-ing anniversary dance of the
Club Health Bureau, to be held
at the Casino Vina" del .Mar on
JUAlbert Phillips and his" W
who have made several.guest ap.
VVll'ie Mornauu -Orchestra,
. who : have imported
from Cuba some-specwi
m,ts for their performance dur.
ine 4he"Blue Hour wiU pro pro-i
i pro-i 3-fnr the semiJor.
mal dance. Other highlights to
the evening will be the cutting of
the club's elaborate" anniversary
. cake, and the presentation of. door
'prizes. vv"' ,; V,
,, Reservations' for Atlantic Side
-mv Vi mrtn thrOllCh Al-
an .Hamlin and. Alfred Hibbert
of Coco Solo Hospital, racuic aw-
ers can maketheir reservations
hmnoh Mit ttaisv Husband. Pa.
mm- mia Astnn Philnotts. Pa-
raiso 4-232 or Marcus Smith, Pa-
' BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) The
Vanguard o.. a United Nations
"watchdog' commission arrived
in Lebanon yesterday to check the
reported smuggling of men and
materials from the United Arab
Republic to the anti-Western reb rebels.
els. rebels. '
. A five .'man team moved into
reovlt-torn Lebanon from Israel
within hours after the U.N. Secu Security
rity Security council, in New York ap.
proved establishment of the com.
mission. The team was headed by
Lt. Col. Maurice Brown of New
Zealand "and included two Swed'.
ish and two Italian oixicers.
Premier ,Sami Es ? Solh ap,
plauded the speed with which the
U.N. moved to implement the de.
cision -of the Security Council,
by a vote, of 10 to 0 with Russia
abstaining approved sending in
the observers to insure Lebanon
upainst-srihvprsive activities from
the UAR, formed by the merger
of Egypt. ana byna.
1 Anti-government lieutenants met
with rphpl lpaHpr Sarb Salam.
apparently to plot new strategy
in lioht nf the U.M. action. Gov:
ernment sources expressea ooudi
mt th TT Mr -nhsprvpr tpamc
physicalljl could halt the flow of
men and materials across uie
border but were hopeful that their
mere, presence would aci- as a
vTha first fiv nhprvprs rump
by road from Israel wheret they
were serving with the jU.N; truce
: Frci 513 Col!53$
n AroN ROUGE (UPD-lMem
bers of the Louisiana House of
RonroierttntivPI Will Vote todaV On
a resolution to extend -a -probe of
."subversive' activities" at Louis Louis-Una
Una Louis-Una State ..University", to. other
itate colleges. .f
vn- Tjw. Vrttpr Introduced
the resolution yesterday. Tit asks
legislators be formed' to see if any
. jitW .t.at.rnlWpi ar "involvfrf
in un-American activities op are
associated with, communist, front
',' A'. Inlnt Ippislati've committee
spent 4wo hours Wednesday dig dig-cussing
cussing dig-cussing the hiring and firing' of
faifiilt.v nipmhpri with LSU offi.
riali' in a nppliminarv investiea.
tion. Angry .lawmakers ordered
the probe on learning tnat m
LSU faculty members had signed
- a petition opposing proposed ie ie-gregation
gregation ie-gregation legislation.
"There should be a committee
1 let up to ; investigate the other
colleges,."-Vetter said. "'We should
find out if the instructional staffs
at state colleges have anyone with
, un-American .views,' and if, se, if
they are being taught ,to our stu.
' Vetter also said he felt the om.
mittee should poll every faculty
member on his feeling -about se segregation.
gregation. segregation. .M ,
" ,'u';- r, r,-The
The r,-The petition opposing segrega segregation
tion segregation legislation was circulated by
the. Louisiana Civil Liberties Un.
'ion, which angered legislators ac ac-.eused
.eused ac-.eused of having "a long record of
., communist" connections'
Records of the House 'un-Amerf.
can Activities Committee show the
organization has never been cited
as a -communist front organi.
Members of jthe House said they
v. fpll:: thaf "onmmiiniGm anil ina
gratlon walk hand in hand", and
snvnnpnnrtif nlarlv nnivpr.citv fa
' culty members who oppose legisla.
tion aimed at keeping Louisiana
schools racially pure "must have
Army' Announces :
Three Prornof ions
Tuja nffipurc nn 'ih Tsibmns
: nH nn in Piippti Bipn. rpppivpH
' word yesterday of promotions,.
Headquarters.' USARCARIB. di-
TtfaJ. Blainff W. Butters,4- new
. ARCARIB, was promoted to Lt.'
Capt Ifobert M, Altman, Medi
cal Service Corps, U.S. Army
Technical services, Facitic at t,
f!lvtnn wan nrnmnfprt tn tnainr.;
Capt. Kendrick B. Barlow Jr.,
C, t rMinn-'"-TI S Arrtiv Antil'pS
at Fort Brooke, P.R.,- received a
promouon 10 major.
TVie npu; nrnmnt.innt wprp. pffpc
supervision organization policing
the borders between Israel and
its Arab neighbors.. Five more
were expected today. ?
' Knlh sairl it was the first time
the United Nations had moved so
quickly and decisively and. the
mnvft would helo restore the con
fidence of the population, v
"Once' nur frontiers are well.
guarded the ODDosition will col
iapse without a fight,", he said.
"We will watch Cairo and Da Da-ma
ma Da-ma gran .radios verv closelv-in the
next few days to see if UAR
PrpsiHpnt f.amsl Ahdp.li Nasser
really intends to keep the spirit
nf tn i i resoiuiion.
Solh said that rebel forces had J
grown irom'a few hunored at the
start ot tne revolt May 9 m a
force of 6,000 to 7,000. The
strength of the Lebanese armed
forces totals approximately 9,000.
REGISTERS BUS COMPLAINT.
TOKnnN fTTtTV A nractical
ioker in suburban Stevana?e reg
istered nis disapproval ot me cur
rent London bus strike with this
typed notice on various bus stops
in his neignDornooo: "bus stop or
monolithic construction, believed
'o hi ve been in common use dur during
ing during the mid-20th century to indi
cate i laces at which omnibus
vehicles, then common in ou'1
streets, couldclegally be stopped."
Today we pause in our work-a-day j
'"Thank You" to DaiUYou are y ,,U
urged to share in the services.. i-.
jatnere oi au se ayx.imuj ...
, invited, i v r.
Q-in sinvriav Kritnnr. ria r ii rei
If you are looking for a church true to the Word of God.
we invite you to enroll all the family In S: S. Build ytrat"
life upon the Rock. i -' rf
11:00 "WALK WORTHY OF YOUR CALLING" -T
As a Christian God calls us to a life worthy of Him. The
" Christian life is caUed "The Way." tWe are called to
v walk lrit. ' -(.
6:00 JET CADETS and HI SCHOOL ; '! 1
J:00 SLIDES OF SAN PLAS MISSION
. Special music by choir VJB.S. report come, to church. ft
' where Christ la exalted. , ;r
''Small enough to know you; larre enou?' to serve you."
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iDocf it mighty lm..
!' loin haarlt In
rtcognitlon tt what
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: Listen to "Manna In The Morning",
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7 ' SUNDAY SERVICES
. 9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL Classes for all ages
8:20-MORNING WORSHIP SERVICES : 10:40
.10:40 CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Rob't Snyder
; 6:30 TRAINING UNION Unions for all ages
7:30 EVENING. SERVICE
. Nurseries Provided For All Services
.;iriiimnu ntef v ernnfti t ( ?
It is not too late ,o fenroll lor second Vvetk
f of Bible scnooi.
Closing Of The Store.
Sdti JoA Jlw fart (phia
Help Yourself low.
PLAZA 5 DE HAYOPAMMl j
was made an honotary member of the Reserve Officers' Association of the' United States by
the organization's (Janal Zone Department president, Capt. M. S. Papcun. U.S. Army Reserve.
Toomey, USAR, ROA national vice president for Central .and south. America; cdr. A. J. Jans-,
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THt PANAMA AMfRICAS AN INDtFENTJtXT TX'lf ytTfAm
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By Staff ri
FORT KOBBE OFFICERS' WTVIS HONOR
SI ROBERT W. GARRETT AT r ARE WELL TEA
Exanlsitely appointed white-clothe tMu, raced by
artistically arranged Bettings of line sterling and floral de decorations
corations decorations f mcticulou. beauty. act a serene r
Biosphere for a farewell tea given J0,nt1"' T or tK"b
Officers' Wives Club and the Offers' Wites Ihrlit Bat Bat-tie
tie Bat-tie Group, 0th Infantry, Thursday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Robert W. Gmett, poplar young .wif of th Kobbd
and 1st Battle Group Commander,, Colonel Garrett. xn
Garrett will leav Panama In the near future for algn algn-stent
stent algn-stent at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. .
Guests from other Army posts on th Isthmus Joined
the Kobbe ladles during the toclal tribute---in the dining
room of ths Kobbe Officers Opea M-vwhic1ivwat decorat-
i ed In an appropriately tropical atmosphere for the occasion.
Wrirominr the members' of thei
wives4 groups, and their .guests
wra Ifn. Paul Wevrauch. Mrs.
If iitmt Oerfpn. Mrs. Garrett, Mrs.
M. W. McLaren, President of the
i-nrt Kobbe Officers' Wives Cluo.
Ind MM.'. Robert S lr U lea,
Chairman of the Officers' Wives of
the 1st Battle, Group. An orchid
em-sate was presented to Mrs. Gar
Pft on behalf of the 1st, Battle
r.rnun wives bv Mrs. Lloyd Brown,
The two central tables, clothed
In delicately laced white Army-
Navy cloth covers, underskirted
With crisply gathered white organ,
dy, brought exclamations of plea plea-.
. plea-. turn at the attending ladies enter
ed the room. One table, gracefully
balanced with two punch. bowJsy
candelabra, ind hors-d'oeuvre and
bonbon dishes, all of exquisite
sterling, featured t high-bowl ar arrangement
rangement arrangement o' calalilieS and tube tube-roses.
roses. tube-roses. The other, equally artistic
In its elegant appointments, was
let with two ailver service-and
a similarly attractiveplacement of
. contour-shaped cups
i for an always-lovely line!
Cbmfort and Fashion are' one and the same thing,
when 'yaii begirt your figure plan with a Formfit
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contour cup. brings a compliment to every curvp .
r ?xtr beauty for the slight figure, extra support for
': Ae fuller figure. Wear Formfit underfashions. with
he confidence that you look your best, naturally.
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candelabra and accessory dishes.
Centered on this .wable was a
beautiful floral combination of de.
licately hued pink 3 and talisman
rosea filled by baby breath.
.Highlighting the social afternoon
was ths presentation to Mrs. Gar
re.t of a handsome chafing msa,
a gift from the members of the
Kobbe Officers' Wives Club. In ac
cepting the token o." the club's ap.
preciation from Mrs. Me Laren,
Mrs. Garrett expressed her ap,
preciation for the loayl assistance
ei f d her- by ths ladies, during
her tour' here and her deep
sorrow. at having to -say goodbye
to so many good mends in rana
ma.. v 'U -. 1 ":
Guests for' the occasion were
Mrs. Paul Weyrauchv' Mrs. Miln
Ogden, Mrs. James Moore, Mrs.
John D. Coney, Mrs. Alvie L. Mc-
Dun, Mrs. Drankim a. Simmons,
Jr.. Mrs. Joseph Walton, Mrs, F.us
sell Hechinger, Mrs. D un c a 0
Brown, Mra.- Wendell, Knowles,
Mrs. M. F.Moucha, Mrs. Frank
Miller, Mrs: Otlo Feierlein, Mrs.
M. J. '.Richards, Mrs. William
Wells,' Mrs Jlaini Butters, and
Mrs. Richard" Dowall,
Mrs. Pulton And Son
Visiting The Isthmus
Mrs. Dor Id R, Fulton and son
Stephen of San Diego, Calif., will
arrive by plane tomorrow for a
month's visit with Mrs. Fulton s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bronson B.
Powell of Diablo. heights.
M. Monalce Soils
J. Meoalco Solis of Panama Ci.
ty, R. P., has been awarded a bulf bulf-tuition
tuition bulf-tuition scholarship to Tulane Uni University
versity University Law School, New Orleans,
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t:00 -J tQ
'Mr. Solis, a member of ihii
year's gracfuating ciais at fora fora-uiu
uiu fora-uiu uuitti, ihw xvft vlily, u
uic sou Oi ft. aau mi. Meuaicg
Milt, ul f auami Uiy. urauuaaun
exercise wera oeia on n oruiiam'i
AOe lull Ciuyo bu tfUae ,.
a poaacai science major, Jar.
Sous uua year w tiu a, ou
04 f orouain'i ouistaauwg' uiiu uiiu-nmericau
nmericau uiiu-nmericau nuueiua ne ws ytui.
uent anu a ivunuing memovt oi
tna Cenuo mvai ,iutn.ao, m
tiksociauoii 01 yuaun-Anitfricin ,u
uema a. 4 Oiuuut uuiveriiy. H
was aiso eaiior oi the aisocuaou
ifUiinji uia senior year, Mr. So.
lis wa or una m ueitgale iO tue
teaeratiou w Wiin-Ameriun as
aociaaous o w tor..-
M u a grauuata ox US Colegio
Javier, -auiiM vfcy.K ;.j y: j
Mrs. 1. D. Humpnrey ; ', v
Mrni Vacation in fis
. jirs. xi. uouam Auuivhrey of o-
co 6010 WiU aau uu aaiurqay, on
UlM il.nl. AuVVtl 40r ktX Vvtif VI
sit wim reuwven. jtiaiis 10 ,vis
ib ui lamee, veiuiouv.' ki,u
uer kOu.in-iaw. aoa aiiguufr,
and ui'a, u.iu ii iuu., 4 U u
ineir lmant uaugmer, xteoaie, :
ine win uts iu. iiew xork by
tier Droioer-m-ia ; and is.er, jir.
and iuia. 4. u. loafuei 'tormer rca
luems oi tnef acme attic, wnu now
maK iLtir coma in iu.gek', ve.-i
(CONTINUED OM PASI FIYE)
To Regular Army
Major Frank -J.- Jansen, S-3, 764
th AAA Battalion at Fort Clay,
ton has been selected for appoint,
ment to the regular army with
the 'rank of captain in artillery
under the current Department of
the Army' procurement program,
Headquarters, v. VSABCAR18, an,,
Th major was the only one
from this command who received
a commission on list No. I This
is the ninth list to arrive from
Department of the Army.
To date, 67 reserve officers in
U.S. Army Caribbean have re.
ceived regular army commissions.
The total number of officers in the
army selected, o far is, MM.;
At present there are still 98 an.,
plicants assigned to the command
who have.not been advised oi thier
selection or rejection.
The Adjutant General originally
had announced approximately
7,000 officers would' be integrated
into the regular army. This was
later cut to 6,300.-There art ap approximately
proximately approximately S68 selections to be
made.V'.'-r -;.Hlf .t.; z'&z .Aas. : &
Two Properly Sales
For Jiiiie 23; July 7
The U.S.. Army Caribbean pro.
nerty disposal officer has announc
ed that tworsales of foreign excess
personal property will -be he'd in
the near future. On June 23, 62
fiems will be sold.
Thlrty4ouc Items will be diipoi
ed of on Julv 7. Bids for the pur,
chase of these Hems wiQ be open.
ed in th bid, .ropjn- la Bulldim
706 at Cororal at 16:00 a.m. am
9:30 a.m.,-respectively, on the
mornings of the sales.
A wide ranse of items is being
offered. Included in the June 23
sale will be 18 fire extinguishers:
J. lawn mowers and many pieces
kitchen equipment, scrap ana
salvage property is being disposed
Of on July f.r;i "-;::- V 'fc ::-:ay
- All of the above mentioned can
be insnscted between the hours of
7:30 a.m, -11:30 a.m. and 1:Q0 p.m.
3:30 cm. on -weekdays, except
houdays, unuinne mornings oi
the sales, by contacting the pro.
perty disposal Officer at telephone
83-4149. i' f
Shapely Army Wife
FAYETTEVlLtE, N. C. (UPI)
Things were quiet here today.
The talking was rover and -done
with. The silence was almost
Pretty Earnie $ye, the girl who
claimed she could out-talk any
woman r1n Cumberland County
about her favorite subjects, was
the undisputed champion of Fay.
etteville's "talkathon," a gabfest
by local ladies 3n progress for
more than a week.
Earnie, the shapely wife of
Army Col. Thomas iiuicci, made
good her claim that she could
"out talk anyone.' She finally
stopped Thursday; night after v53
hours on minute, ind 40 seconds
of one-way. conversation. ?
Miss Eye is a focal television
personality, the mistress of cere.
monies on a teen town" snow,
She talked about teen-agers and
v a drive' to raise funds for
a recreation center here.
Her husband didn't hear a word
sh said. He's in Korea on a tour
of duty. .'
SYtVANIA GETS CONTRACT
MOUNTAIN': VIEW. Calif.,
(UPI) Sylvania Electric Prod Prod-ducts,
ducts, Prod-ducts, Ind. yesierday announc.l
receipt of a $2,634,000 Army corps
contract for "a continuation of de.
velopment work in electronics
connected with missile defense.
I c7he U
A "SACKTOMIC BoMB" hitvthe USARCARIB Ordnance Office Wednesday, as members of
the female staff strutted into, work -decked in the latest styles sack and chemises in
rainbow hues. Somewhere along the line during, the- planning stages a -traitor to the causa
disclosed plans for the coming attack nnd to lessen the effects of the blast, all male em employes
ployes employes wore white shifts with the loudest neckties they could find. Frank Malavaslc, center,
led the way wearing a four-pronged rock.'n roll tie in bright yellow. Shown left to right ara
Cecil Murrell. Mrs. Evelyn S. Barrett, Miss Margarita Martinez, Mrs. Ellen M. Robertson, Mr,
Malavaslc, Miss Mildred Neely, Mrs, Xnn Williamson, Miss Shirley Sinclair ad Warren Re-dee-
(US Army Photo) -i
Year of Successful Efforts
"All the wsv with P.T.A.- For
the future of our 'Children1 it will
pay." This is the slogan adopted
by P.T.A. during the 1957?. 1958
school year: It was submitted by
Mrs. Samuel Blasingame of : Fort
Gulick. who received a priza for,
her efforts. I
This oriranization has continuous.
ly-engaged in activities to better
develop the relationship between
the school and the home i
To further the Special isaucation
Program in the Canal 4one
Schools and to help the parents
understand the problems encouri-
tered, the P.T.A. has sponsored
numerous speakers connected with
Guest Soe alters were J ames
Wolfe, Director of Special -Educ.,
tionMiss Marilyn riynn, appeca
CorrectioniBt: James .Magory,
school psychologist; Colonel John
C. Nickersn, U.S.A., and Clarenw
Wilson of the. Army 'Education
The P.T.A. instigated remedial
reading classes which are now a
regular part of the scnpoU sys-,
tern. 4 ... 11
Free school transportation now
in effect can also be traced tJ
the persisting efforts, of the P.T.A.
A petition to have tne new nign
school in Margarita instead of
Coco Solo was signed by over 300
residents and was presented to
the Governor. The petition was
brought to the attention of the Pa.
nama Canal Board ot Directors
at its January meeting.
Top 'Sovoir Prize ;
NEW YORK (UPI)-Mrs. Paul
Edward bell, a department store
secretary pretty enough to be a
model, won top honors today in the
annual Singer g r a n d national
"sewoK" worth $125,000- to;., the
Handed a check for $25,00A for
first prize, the 37-year-dld b'onde
matron-, of Lakewood, Ohio, a
suburb- of "Cleveland' burst into
tears. But she dried her eyes
long enough to Say "we.,certainly
can use the money. 1
"We don't own our own home,
and we need a new car,", said
Mrs. Bell, who is married 'to a
civilian employee for an ordnance
- Mrs wuma v an norne, ot iv
Habra. Calif,, placed second and
walked away with a check for
' .The contestants had only w
hours allotted in which to shop
for pattern and fabric, select the
model who would wear the dress
and produce the finished product
for today's fashion show when
winners' were announced.
All finalists also stitched away
in full view, o" customers, at the
B. Altman store, scene for the
second consecutive year o f the
From ths diligence of all con concerned,
cerned, concerned, one of the major accom..
pllahmenta, this year of P.T.A.
was the establishment of the Sum.
mer-School Program, currently In
effect. This program has a two.
fold objective: w'VA-.'vt-uv
(1) It afford the students, in
most cases,- to actually cOmple'c
their; weak subjects. W : i
(2J Upon completion of a
summer school class, those traf.;
sients joining the school semester
at late dates are finnaly able to
join the appropriate grade by the the-following
following the-following school term.. .iJ V
A historian was selected and a
scrapbook is being utilized to com.
pile pertinent data relating to
T. T. A. matters.
As the -year progresaed.e'At.
lantlc P.T.A. continued to strive
for attainment o" its goals. These
goals which it feels have not yet
been fulfilled are: -j
(1) The employment of ; an
additional nurse for ..the Atlantic
side schools, '.,-,!,.
(2) 4r., Reduction of the .pupil
teacher ratio by employment of
mor teichers. 1 s
s (3) p- A continuing program of
saiety and health.
(4) The construction of a
suitab'e building as the new jun.
lor.senlor high school.
In completing its third success,
ful year, P.T.A. doubled its pre previous
vious previous membership. , a r
' Ik 'notice for include In Ihw
column should bt tubmlMad
tvst-writttn form and mailed -eo
tha boa number Kited dally In '.
cial and Othorwiio," er delivered
bv hand to the office, Notices or
meetings cannot, bo accepted b
Uli'pheno ," i J , .
Canal Zone Medical Association
The 618th meeting of the Med
ical Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will be held at Gorgas
Hospital at -7 p.m. Tuesday eve evening.
ning. evening. A buffet dinner will be serv'
ed just prior to the meeting.
Robert Grocolt of the Labofato,
ry Service at Gorgas will present
his work on snakes here in rana
ma. His oaper "Identification of
Poisonous Snakes." represent the
work of a hobbyist and naturaMsl
who finds snakes a fascinating hop
Robokah Lodao IOOF
.. Thero will be a meeting of the
Isthmianv dm i Keoekah Lodge
No. 1, IOOF, on Tuesday evening
at 1M at wira wemonal Hall in
Baha'U of the Canal Zone
"The Social and Spiritual Evolu Evolu-'.ion
'.ion Evolu-'.ion of Mau'' is the subject tha Ba Ba-ha'is,
ha'is, Ba-ha'is, of the Canal Zone will dis discuss
cuss discuss at the Curundu community
bui ding this Sunday June 15 v at
10:00 a.m. The public is invited.
Fens Pto Series
On Travel At JVB
Probably the travelinaest ama
teur outfit this Side of Jupiter club
memhera believe. is the Diablo
Camera Club, unofficial, U.S. am-;er
bassadors of good will to every
country which they have visited
The1 camera -club has votedi to
alight lohg enouh;to fulfill Its
summer project lor the entertain
ment and enjoyment of residents
of the Cansi Zone, service posts,
and, the Republic of Panama.
A semi-monthly series of arrrt
travel trips has been organized
and will be presented at the USO-
jwb oeginmng Monday, ai
p.m. 4 ' -1, r
The first presentation Is'CfoW
roadr Portrait: A Color Story. of
Panama and tha Canal Zone."
When such a popular, and perti pertinent'
nent' pertinent' topic 1' undertaken by the
Diablo Camera Club, as past ex experience
perience experience has shown, everything is
seen from s fresh and most in interesting
teresting interesting light, 1
mi? '-.r ',
t A- glahce into -the -future reveals
the. following topics to be illustrat
June 0 The Far East- in-
lucing Guam, J Java,- the Phillip Phillip-pines,
pines, Phillip-pines, Japan,- Hong Kongr , ,.
July M. feru. -
July 28 Around the .Isthmus
in 80 Minutes with the Diablo
Camera Club.;';. ;
Augi 11 Jungle Plants and
Aug. 25 Panama's Neighbors:
Colombia. Costa Rica. Ecuador. El
Salvador, Honduras, and Guatema
Servicemen and their depend
ents and residents of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Pana
ma are invited" to' attend the il
j. When you are a' guest in: an.
other's home, for goodness sake
keep your room neat. Even it
clutter doesn't bother you it may
bo.her your hostess. 1
How you keep your 'Own boum
is your business. But how you
keep a room in? a home, where
you are a guest is your hostess's
Idol Tommy Steele
Knows Own Mind
LONDON (UPI) Tommy
Steele,' who, zoomed almost over,
night from an unknown ship's
cabin boy to a rock V roll Idol,
announced his engagement to Ann
Donoughe, 21, a London showgirl.
: Steele slipped a diamond clust cluster
er cluster ring on Miss, Donoughe'a fin finger
ger finger and said; ;
"We're head over heels In
love. I don't, want to hurt my
i'ans but love's love."
Miss Donoughe' said she was
giving up her own career to be,
come Steele's private secretary r-
Steele's business manager John
Kennedy said "the engagement
was a surprise to him.
"I suppose he' knows what he
is doing,:; Kennedy Raid, "but I
don't -think hei.is wise."
The Celebrities y'riter Peter
V'iertel undoubted. y was prompt
ed by motives, of jaliantry when
he denied ary romantic intereJi
tn Deborah Kerr, but his' role in
the triangle his been an open se secret
cret secret among h i friends ever since
Deborah aad her husband, Tony
Bartley, had it out in a Vienna
hotel room. .Juliette Greco and
Darryl Zanucl have made up,
believe it or 'hot, sff apparently
he's decided to forgive ter for all
the rude things she said about
him to the French press. .Zia
Zsa Gabor has an interesting new
admirer an attorney but hopes
to keep his name out of the col
umns. i .
Beatrice Lillie h&sn't decided
whether or not to write her au au-tobriography
tobriography au-tobriography this summer. The of offers
fers offers are in; it's all up to her
mood ... The,' Democrats would
have no trouble persuading Estes
Kefauver to run for President a a-again
again a-again ... The owner of a Vancou Vancouver
ver Vancouver night club, who booked Loray
White as a singer, are stuck with
a huge ballyhoo blli heralding the
engagement of Mrs, Sammy Da Davis
vis Davis Jr. She had to cancel the ap appearance
pearance appearance because the date is apt
to coincide with her dtte in court
to become the ex-Mrs. Sammy
Davis Jr. an event that all the.
thipg.ers knew was inevitable when
hey took their marriage vows.
; Mike Tood's life story, writ
ten by Art Cohn and completed
by his widow after- the writer
perished with Mike Is expected
to hit the bookstalls In time for
Christmas living, t .Dedie Mar :
shall can't be toe happy about
Sydney Chaplin's recent devo devotion
tion devotion to ballerina, Noolle Adams,
Until the French temptress pi
rouerted Into the' picture, Dedie
seemed ta be The One. :
Mary Montoy, the former Latin
Quarter beauty, will waits down
the. aisle with Buss Brown,, who
was featured! a both the stage
and screen versions of "Damn
Yankees." Mary has landed a
part In Rogers and Hammerstaln's
"The Flower "Drum Song',. t
Sales girls and; customers weie
salvanlzed the vothei1 day when
Pat Boone strolled through a
shop's aisles attired in seersuck
Bermuoa shorts, a bright red
soort shirt, high socks and white
For his c strenuous ( 1 ) 'emoting
in "The Barbarian and the Gei Geisha,"
sha," Geisha," John. Wayne will draw ap approximately,
proximately, approximately, $10,000 a day. He'll
ba impersonating To wnsend Har Harris,'
ris,' Harris,' who waa paid $14 a day cov-
ering me aame irouna mat s nun-.
dreo years' aol- (Of course. there
were no taxfs, therj.ll.;:
There's coislderabie "betting a-mong'-his
pals that Jack Webb
will try matrimony for the third
time: His ldyill wJUr pretty Jackie
jjouaneryt appearea ,w iace lor a
whilebui,iowi! they're "together
sll the ttmef and tne big clue
ma in K tha1: lift -th mt : .Tirlr
no longer wixes bitter when Jok
ers remind-itotm, ,of tne j. alimony
he's had u pay as a result of
his first twA tries with Julie Lon London
don London and Worothy Towne. ,;
Eddie Mullins (of the Lionel
Hampton band) is the proud fath
er of a ivt pound baby boy. .And
the Tim Taylors ( he's night -club
editor of cue, she s actress Lynn
Rogers) are lullabying a. daugh
ter, Amanda.' a; Doctors Hosm-
tal. ' i.i
, Powers model Maya Donite,
target for Rafael Trujillo .Jr's
attentions just a few months a
go before hit fling with Kim
Novak ha date to moot the
Dominican in .Rome this Sum Summer.
mer. Summer. .Tennessee ,., Ernie and
rennessoo Williams can. move
over slightly. A now rock V
roll crooner. )s named Tonnes-'
Sardi's most interestine rumor
has JSid Caesar toying with the
idea, of replacing Peter Ustinov
when the star of .VRomanoff and
Juliet" take his vacation. .The
Hollywood insiders predict a rough
divorce- suit when Diane Varsl
and James Dickson brine their
matrimonial troubles to court. The
on home of avoiding unnleasant
headlines: Diane has become a
hot movie "Property." and when
a "property" is involved, the stu
dios usually 'stem in fast to pro
tect their investment. jj
The Herb Shoners are'knittln?
tiny togs. Baby number three is
expected. In October. y .Film di director
rector director Rene ,Clair, is 'mapping Out
a toll-TV ysem for France, to
b operated ibjr the government.
(No word oi) how. s .he hopes to
solve thf fom'W suspense of fig figuring
uring figuring out WHAT government ). k
Garv Crosby' did" a small comedy
routine with te g-ntlemen's room
atendart t the oundtable the
ni?ht of Steve A'len's, premier.
we irtf"'dl.,to' e u"ertain ; a a-hout
hout a-hout the tin, saying., "I've been
in. Germanv for 1 month and I
can t figure out : .this American
mony." "ei-!t. . x, .f j.
.The hv-olt who tfelrns -tn
fhv-- r") rv-i 4u'rmba end
pl"V h t J hypn-tl'-r-
nrr. ,vi j-hny is at
U b' r'-hMy sessions at th
When John Cassavetea 1r-riwH
san cravat at oo VsK!-,4,ft 0th.
er arr-rnoon, the hat cheek "pirl
pve mm" a tie to fnrte hint Hi Hi-iWe
iWe Hi-iWe to enter, ; He put it on,' sat
Fred A. Cotton, .former Khnt
Of Balboa -Hrgh School,-' graduated
last week formrtthe. University of
Colorado iwUk. a degree in busi.
neSS. ;-v !". k ft "-:.- :,. ...,..
He also received, ai commission
in the regu'ar array as a .second
lieutenant and will report' for his
ofacerS tralhln course later this
month at,f ortlvoiryi...j.,
Cotton is the son o' postmaster
and Mrs. Arthur T.1 Cotton of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and the grandson r of- Mrs.
Fred L. Wertfc pf Coro Solo: and
George T. Cotton of Sionrovia,: Ca-
lif. 'v. ..; -'.;
down and- promptly removed it,
dramatuing once a sain the tri
mil of it rebellious artist ur
he reactionary mores of the ei ei-pensive
pensive ei-pensive restaurant.
Get ready for a real treat!
- Just add 2 heaping teaspoons ;
1, of rich QUIK powder to
t ; font glass of cold milk stir'
. and drink chocolaty, ;
' chocolate flavour all th
I. J Way downl '
Yoo'U lor th way OUIK
mixes instantly without
' beating of bother. Makes a
wonderful hot drink to.
; ,-Vour grocer has it and It's
economical. Get QUIK
today and treat the family. :
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f .: GOOD
i WITH THAT FAMQU V
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C! -rth cf Crist
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'COCOU JIAP11ST CHUKH
Phone i)U -
'Sunday Sivt: ."'""'I 1:W
um-mnr worsnip ,.
Irsnwg Unio n ........
f.venin Worsiilo .....
fiayer Meeting A Bible
S ua, Iich WednesasY....
WMU 4m Monday
jjeli lioiith '"."
7 JO p.nv
, FU"T BAPTlS'l CHURCH
' Balboa Heights. C.&
Oil eYneon Boulevard
' Drawer "B' Balboa Height
lt Phone Balboa 1727
. WUliaM H, Boebr, Paster
Bimriav School ........... :30
llnrninO WorshlO 10:45 .!
Baotist Training Union .... 0:30 p.m.
Evangelistic- Service .7:30 p.m.
Praver Meeting. Wadnwday. 7;00 p.m
W M t. Wbla Study
4tn' Brotherhood (Lait
...... a. ...i.-i-.
Monday io nionthi y.
I1RST APTMT' CHUICB
' MariariU Avemi at 8th Sam
i: Margarita; Canal Zone
, B tvondill t Parket. Fastot
Buna ... Set iooi
'Hnrnina Worship ........... 'll.OO a.m.
Baptist rrsining Onion...... 6.30 p.ro
Evenin Viorsmp J : "'
Brotherhood, Tuendaye ....... T:00 bjb.
Praver Serviced, Wertneadaya 7:00 pm.
IWM.U. lt It 3rd Frldaya :
ti.A R.Ah t uunrjf vna,
fridaya ... aa em
,;T:!..'::.eUiigai; f vt
fanama'city '- v
.llaiar A Mia. W. Bilhap i
4P aaoruary eirvci, rnouv.'M-auvpa ;
11 :00 Holiness Meeting .,.
t:00 Sunday School r '
; 7 :S0 falvatian Matting
F All AISO, TV" ',
tnvoy A Mra..,C. t. Moteley
CulaAa 6treet ; 1
. 11:00 Hsllneia Meeting
t :00 Sunday School
- 7:30 Salvation letting ;
COLON 'CINTRAt v v
Sr. Captain Mm. H. Gran)
14th Street. Phone 38-743
11:00 Hollnesa Meeting i,.
3:00 Sunday School
t :30 Salvation Meeting
COLON1 -THjKb STREW i
it. Captain ft, Tayloc ',;
; 11 :00 Holineaa Meeting
1:00 Sunday School 31
7 :30 Salvatlnn Meeting i v
A1NBOW CITY, C.Z. .V-.
tnvoy i. am v -j
: 1:00 Sunday School
- 7:30 Salvation Meeting
BALBOA v..' 'f, 1 .'
The K-V. Osrat Wi ONen. Pastor
Balbna Bnnri at San Pablo 8treet
l Vhnnn 2-u-rt Church Office Z-3231
. :30 am. Church School Fraa bus
anriiw. C.iamea for all asea. ''"
10:30 a.m. Worship Service -The
Kxmndcri Scroti for Nursery Kinder.
arten and Primary DepU. Church
ime Nursery for children under S yr.
0:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Fost High Tellowihlp.
fiOO pjn. Sealor High rellowahlp.,.
flATON : V '
the Key. Bay M. JBIakely Mlnlttet
Church School, with Adult .llble
Clasa, 1.45..- i-,
Service of Worship, 11:00,
;. Youth Fellowship. 5:45., (
Maruarita AVe. and Bolivar Hwy. f
" Bev. Theodore f. Franklin Pwtnf
Phones: Office. 3-2S42. Rea, S-149g
9-45 am. Church School. Bue service.
Cla: "Nursery thmuuh adult.
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
'Ntiren- for Infant and amall anil-
dren: ;. 1 i
:U0 p.m. Junior Fellowship. ,i
A eomnlete schedule of auxiliary ae-
tlvitiea and official meetings aa a
neuneed from week fa week,
Rev. WaTkef M. Alderfen,
Of I -70 Baa.' -M0
1:30 am, Sttndav School t ;
' 70:40 a m. Morning Worship. m
Official meeUnea and weeh-day efu-
rltioa aa announced.
' V " "".
a w w "wi
kwi 4ik in writinf hv Wfj'tWit t IM lif tf tr '-'tl
f tk eia SafUfiij'i crtli f ??,
Minitrt, church tacritiftai 14 ttp'a'itti jrf A44 iif f m
f Piftjma n4 Ciont Koauk!- tf tim, ttiftt r'cm (t a J
tim?i u ir r4 om t( tk irmai Mfviaai, i H tmi,t
a ort, frij and ttraKt.
l a public tanric. The Panama Amirlia liitt tela, by 4mb
atieai. tka ( hrt rrthip 'a4 ttktt r4v!r (ttWrtka.
istingt art rotated from tim ta Ulna. CcMniRlfiant iavidf aatf
: ana ar twa canfrt jatiani arc liifad ua4 "C'hai CkvtcKn 4V f irvitaa."
A ipUI luring hi incluaaa fat imai ArMf patra, Air f area fcaaaa
a4 HrraJ atatiana ;
Kt. MAnri CHl'SCH BalbM
FurHuy htaaaeai 7;(iA 100. t0:4 an
U w) a m.
Holy Day Maveat la. l oo, U a-a
and i.OA D m
ConlaMiona: Saturday. 1:10 la :
and 7:M to : p aa. Thunday. before
First rrtday; ?: to a oo p.m.
liiraculoua tiadal Mewanai M fM
Catechtma eiaaai altar Ike IM aMsa
High vnoot may wiun mi pua n
, atiniUv liuiaa: I ji. 1M A l:M l a
Holy Day aaaaaai IM e-ae, a4 l-i
rAnfaninna: Sattirdae 1:10 to IKK) and
7:14 ta a:o p.m. f auteaay aenam iim
rrisav 1 :00 B.BB.
Saere4 Heart Devetieatai JiW paa. a
Frldaya. ... ..."
Catecmaai waae: a:ia m .a p'n
Tburaday, . ,-
' OVI LADY OF FATlMACarnla
. Sunday Masa at IM a.av ;
Holy Day Mat at 1:30 p.tV
ConfeMiona; 0:00 te :tt pje, a taV
catacnua vueai aiuraaj aaa aa v
aJB ,- i..-,
' ST. JOSEPIfraralM 1
Sunday Masaea at 1:00 and 1:11
HolyDay Maa at :(M) paa,
. Wkdav Maaaaei ..KM) ant.
ConWonat Saturday 1 JO to 4 JO and
a in in t-an. -.
Catechism Claeei Sunday ;O0 to 4, '00
Mlraeuloua Medal' Novenfi tlOO p.la.
Convert InatrucUeMi Hiursda? 1:00
Vt. VINCKNrt Panama City -Sunday
Masses! ;00 and I M a..
Hnlv Dav Ii.mm: a:10 and 1x10 m.ML
(It it falla oo Saturday Ua Maaaaa are
w.vm mw f.w.f. ,-.,.-:; t,,v. .y.
ConfeMtona: Saturday !)M to and
7:00 to 1:00 p.m i nurviaye oereie f irm
Friday i:30 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sla
Hone of the. Crnaa: Friday 70 p.m.
Catechism CUual After 1 JO maae OP
Sunday ...y... .v.ii'Vx
Convert Claaaj 140 p.aa, Tueaday and
ST. THEBMA'S 4;eeell
nhitav MasKl t -M a.m. R
Holy Day Maes: :00 a ai, lit M f"
on Saturday a :i a.m. i :i
Catechism Ciaaat s:w to pww p.m. em
Monday.' v- .'
Canlaaatonat a :w wa;jn n-ae, aunaay.:
ST. JOHN BAPTIST OB Ca ALLS
Pateiue Lef evre . .
Sunday Maases: 1:30 ana H30 a.nt
Wara )ave Miss: 30 Mon1,' Inure;
VI anit .t rtrt Friday mass: 1:00 a m
Holy Pay Maaaaav 4W a.m. a:w
Confessions: S:30 to 430 And llUO te
1:00 p.m. on Saturday. .1
Miraculous Medal INoyenai arinay ian
"'Catechism Class: S:30 pnv oj Sunday
- St. iHBHS.aern u
Convert Claaw Monday IM p.m,
SundaV Mass; i"
Holy Day Mass: :30 p.m. 1"
r.nnainna! Saturday 1:30 to 1:10 in
Thursday hefora Firat Friday 10 pjn.,
Catechism uiasa: b:is p.m.jon iuhw.
Sacred Heart Novena t 1:00 pm, on
Convert ciasat m.av p.m. wii
s 4 ATLANTIC 8IDB
I ; ST JOSEPH'S Celaaj lS.
Sunday sassea: iif..'! :00 and M a.m.
Holy Day Masse! MS, and :0I a.m.
and M5 p.m. 1 ...
confessional Mniraay .w M w ew
7:00 .to 8 00 pm. w..,...
Miraeuious oueoai avii
:15 and 1:00 p.m.'
Sacred Heart Novena; Friday 1:11 P
Sunday Evening Service J .00 p-m.
Convert Class: 1:11 p.m. an Mondays
ani Thursdava ... v.
catechism uiaaai aunoaj iv.ie s ot, w
U:4A am. g:0 p.m, ta e:vu p.m.
. cir.t ri.Msv F.Knositlort of Most Bless
ed Sacrament al) day Kepeaitloa at S:30
a.m. Saturday morning. . "V
rirst Saturday Devotlona to our Laay
nt rHm.Th Holy Rosarv -4:00 am.
First Communion uwtrueiion ior cnu.
dren' Mondays and Thtlradaya ll
7:00 p.m, i t i i .. ,,
Sunday Masses: 1:00, 8:00 and 10:30 am
Hoi Day Masses! 1:00.. M ajn. and
Confessions) Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 pn. Aitar Rosary each ava-
Miraeuious Medal Novena I 1:11 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday. i t, i-
catecnism uasai Aner awn aas em
Sunday," ..- j i ''
First Friday ExDesiuoa au dr aurmi
the School Year, - :
First aturday I Masa at 1:00 anv i,
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 1:30, lliav an
First Saturday Masa:..,,., e:oo am
Weekday Masses) 1:00 em,
Saturday . .7:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7 :M p.m
Ho t Dae Masses: 7 JO a.m.: 1:11 cm
Confession w, 3:4 p eg. te 4:41 P-m
Parl.h Famllv RAsare and
.. .Benediction ... 7 KK) p.m
Discussion Inquiry Croup M0 p.m
every Friday.' tt-vt
1st, Friday Devotions 7:00 p.aa
1st Saturday. Devotion ti 1:00 p.m.
ir. 1 vif rNTaligem'how Jr
Sunday Masses:' 0:30 a.m. and 10
a.m. 3 i )- ,, i..
Holy Day Masaasi 0:00 dJaV and 1:00
Pm.. ."; ,
Confessions; 4:00 la 1:00 and TiaO ta
1:00 p.m. Saturday, .:
tatecnism class: 10:41 a m. on Sunday
Convert Class every Monday at IM
Miraculous Medal: ilnvana, e4UI nia
Sjered Heart Key ana J, tie pjn. an
..11 i ;, ... t
IMMACULATK CONCEPTION daldn
Sunday Mass' :l enn -.
Holy Day Mass 140 n m
Confessions: 30 to 1 An nm ..
tatwhlsrn Cla 4:0ft o m on Monday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: I Mt and am a aa
Holy Day Masses: 0:00 a.m. and 1:00
Confessions Saturday at 70 p m. and
flitor an evening devotluns, . -Baptisms
Miraculous Medal Novauai -an am
SacreeV Heart Nevanae 7:0O pj. ew
Friday. i . ,
Mmday bchool: 1:30 pm. en Sundy
R clii! i oi is Instruction ( la fnp fhii.
dren; 4:00 p.m. on Inurartav.
Relieious Instruction for atliilta iron.
diicu i,i i .h): 7 CM ea .jm..
Convert In-VructloTis fcy r indent
fa ijfc 3
Eplf mm, I
Tha St, See, E H.eea CaaeJaa. SXD.
Tha Vary Bee. Maaert A Petereen,
. S.T.S. 1,-m
''" wi oat, iJ
TH1 CATh U F ST. LCXB
. ... ....... -. hw.wAYS :
UNDAYS '' ' ; :
7:30 am. Holy Communion.
0:11 a m Church icitoo) r(ely Com Com-tunion
tunion Com-tunion 3rd lundv).
0 JO 1JB. tenia Communion, Ird Sun'
Xacuela Dominical ., 0:11 at
' 11:0a m Momira Prayer an aer
aeon, Holy Conimumnn 1st Sunday,
1:00 p m, Svaning Ssrviea.
: i s '. wtPNKSDAYi -a
JO aai,, Haly Ctmuniolk ;i"
i:e)pr Ivenlng Prayer, -j'-.
Mi Holy Communie.
i:U a. as Holy Communion.
g:ll'a.aa. Marning Prayer, K'M'. ,'
$M Miada Mtaslonary Prayarg,
Chaich i St Andrew
Tha Sav WUUam W, Baldwin, i
Holy Communion 7 JO an.
Family Prayer and v
Church School 1:30 ajn
iAIso Holy Cnmmunian Bnd.
lorning Prayer A Semen 1140
Sunday each month. v
WEDNUDAY8 A. -r :
' :'.. 'v. ' rrJi.
' Chapel af Tha Aaael Sheeherd
; lha See Clarence W. awyea, t :
' Prieet hi Charge .;
:uu a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday aach Month),
' mkiUOA: '.
St Slmeal ChBth'v';';;
The Rev, Johrv spear, Priest it Charge
Choral Kuehariat and Ser- ., .
SUNDAYS : ,,.
, 0100 7:00 a.m
v Church Schaol ..,...,.. 0 :00 p.m
Episcopal Voung Churchmen- IM p.m.
: Evensong and Sermon 70 PJB.
and rRlDAYS'-'v -i-'sr-J?
: Morning Prayer an4 Holy
' Communion ,..i.a.va
Evening Pryr ,..... ..i
Woman's Auxiliary, And and
WEDNESDAYS at THURSDAYS
Holy Communion .,.,,,. ?:00 a.m.
Unrnlnf Sravaa OwO l.tS.
Evening Prayer .,. t:00 0-nt.
SATURDAYS v ',,:,';. 'rL
r.miiv riirharist IM a.m.
Office of Complin .,....'. 0:00 p
' 1 LA iocA-v-f-'?-
r: at. Patar'a Chnreh V'
Thd Sev, John Spear. Prleat hi Charge
Morning rreyer aa vaww-i'.
School ,, ........ ;.f m-
mon .,...... 10:30 a.m
Confirmation Class ....... 1:30 am
Cltorol'. Suchirlst one) .foavj?'
, Holy Ssptlsm M:0 noen
Evensona and Addraaa .. f aO tf
Ird MONDAYS r -
woman Auxiliary ,..,. i
THURSDAYS ar FEAST DAYS.
Holy Communion ,..,i.i i.win
Chapel af the Holy Comforter -fen.
U a Shirley, Prieet la Charge
0:30 am. Holy cemmunioat,
" ' maoabitaV;''--s'1
Chnreh af St, Margaret ,'-.'.
" Espsv and Braro Blvd. N
Tha Bev 'ease K. ftanaw, Eeetol
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
0:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and :
I Church School.
11 KK) .m. Choral Eucharist '.
THURSDAYS ant HOLY DAYS
:30 i.m, Haly communion,
I.'-. - V-.-' ..''..
The Rev. Allan B. Waatt,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A. Otborae,
- yicw Emerilua .
SUNDAYS .'v ..,..,.
1:00 .ia. Choral Eucharist A Sermon
J:30 MS, Infant BspUsm,
.00 m Church Sehotd
(heid in Bulldink 131),
1:00 p m. Youth Fellowship .
I (id t m. fvrt-anne end Addraaa.
Snd end 4th WEDNESDAYS .
I JO Pin. Woman a Auxiliary Mfl Al-
. tor Uulld Meeting.
' St Psnl'a Cheteh
fhe Vcn Lemuel B. Shirley, Recto
The Bey Fits st -Atwelt Deaeea.
0:00 ajn. "Holy- Cocnmnnloa i.
0-0o a.m Sunr Eucharist A Sermon
t0:4h a at Morning' Prayer and Lauren
fSCDDW 'r -. ? n -' ... ... .r lf,
13:00 nocr Hely Baptism
7:00 e.m Solemn Veapera
rUESDAY v '
8:30 a nt Holy Communion
TJ0 p.m. Evening Prayer anf Sermon
:0i at Holy Communion
7:00 p.aM Evenifig Prayer n
fHURSJAYS AND FRIDAYS
1.30 I m. Hole Communion
00 a.m. Holy, Comrn union.
CHRIST CHURCH SY-TBB.SEA
'... j episeepal ..
Colon,. B. P.
' (Opposite Hotel Washington) -Tha
Rev. James Peter rarm.r, Recter
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
' ' i s' SUNDAY
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion,'
0:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
0:0 a m. Choral Eucharist aad Baanaa
10:30 am. Church School. ..
JSU p.. Solemn ; vnong and lex-
0:00 a.m. Holy Communion, ';
7:00 em. Morning Prayer..
1:00 pjn, Evening Prayer.
0:00 a.m. Holy. Communion, :
7:00 a.m: Mornlne Pravcr
7:30 pm, Evening Prayer ant Srmn.1
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
0:00 a.m; Children's Eucharist
1:00 p.m. Eveniiif Praver,
0:00 s m. Holy Communion;
:ui ajn. Moinltig Prayer. ,w-.
1:00 p.ra, Evening Prayer. -7
'30 D m. Comnhne end Meditation
MONDAY, TUkaDAY A XmUHSDAY
RIO ABA JO
tfun I sMiin L.. tc'
. The Bey, Cbrenca W. i-?iea,
Pr'-.t to Caarse
Te Eev. .ce A Cngwefl,
i 4 a m. Ksi; Communion.
7 ii a m. m lucantt and St men.
U.dO e m- I oininf Prayer and Church
It-m noen holy Baptism.
4 p m Evensong and Sanaa.
1 JO pjav let and SreV Ofeaun'o Auaf
l 4 p at V u a l e r Oaughtor at the
7 30 om. YouJi Fellowship.
0 od a m Holy Cemmunlan.
1 00 PJS. Evenini Prayer and Religious
0 00 p aa, Clrlr friendly Society.
I 0 pm. 1st and trA atingletaaa,
0:M e m. Junior Canfirmatlo Claaa.
- Othrr Chjrch:s
CHURCH OF THB NAZABENI
444 rraneipaal St Ancon, CX
Rev. I net O Nelaen, Paster
Box Jl Salboa, CJL Tel 1 201
Sunday School .,,, 0:41 am
. Worship Service ... 10:41 a m
Youth Service 0:41 pm
Evangelistic Service 1:30 p.m
Prayer Service, Wed, ... 1 JO p.m
lundayt 0 a.m. Panama Waeley.
. 10:30 a.m. Sunday School,
; 7:11 p m. Evangelical Service
, and Sermon.
Sunday 1 a.m. Paraiao ',
. 10 e.m. rsreieo aunday school.
" 1:11 p.m. faralaa Evangelical
CHURCH OF THR NAZARENK
Margarita School Gymnasium
, Paster Ralph L. Hyaena
1 WrltCl Boa Wll Marjerlta, CX
J Phonal Ua)
Sunday School 040 am.
Morning Worship ...... 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 1 JO p.m
i ; NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P. 23rd Street Beat
atav at N. Brewa. aflnlstee
Divine Worship a .30 a.m.
Sunday School : 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Manas 7. 1:44 11
'"' '"'i Bl AbaJ,'"ijr.' : "V
. Sunday School l.-OOpjn.
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p at. and
Sundays ft 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
800 Balhe ItoaA Balhaa,
I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
' Chapel on Balboe Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 1:30 ajn.
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 0:00 pa,
Relief Society! Tuesday 0:00 am.
MIA: Wednesday 1:30 pjn,
: Primary; Thursday 4:00 fM. ".
. Telephone Balbne 4187.
Building too, Schoolhouse Road. Catun
Sunday School; Sunday S;M a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11 HW a m
CtlKUNDO PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wra 'Hearted fjtanreli"
MUtoa K. Leldtg, Minister
Fhone Rea.' 3-7110 Of. 13-S10I
Junday Bchaol 0J0 m
A class for every age)
forning Worship ......... 11 iOO a.m.
Youth Fellowahist 0:00 p.m.
: Eevening worsnip ; :e p.m.
Prayer and Pralsa (Wed.) 7:00 pjn.
.A church pursey la pravidad.
OLlI CATHOUO CHLIKCH
St Raphael The Archangel
.- utn at. wast na
Holy Eucharist: Sunday ai
: Tuesdsya, Wednesdays and
aw ajn. -'
Saeramarrt ot OnctJon (Heallns Bar,
rice) First Sunday at each month at
7 JO BJB.
Ha 11 bet. Christian Charah
-.. -, Panama Bi.P,
.At Bay T. janiae. D. P, iahop
eeetottna i. . - :
Marnina devotion 0:00 s.m
FallowahlD WorthlB ........ 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.
Divine Service. TJO
:.:' Panam District '-
. Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sunday School I lm.
Momlng Servlea 10 a.m.
Adult Bible Classea aach
Monday at .............. T:I0 p.m.
Visitors arc welcome at all services
-and alaasac, .,:,-.-, :--,..:r..,:!
r BARArS CENTKB
'Cr'"" it First Straet ' 'f'
Urban I ia din El Carmen, Panaml City,
tniormai vaina ana niaeusniona
Thursdiy ..,...!: pjg.
, Colon, 1th A Freat Streets ..
' f BBetelra aJaenean asaari
Study Claesas Thursday, 1 JO pj
BETHEL MISSION CtTURO
Espalaba St., Paraiao, CZ.--'-Rev
Wsldstw H Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Servlea,
1:00 p.m. Sunday School.
1:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
. Monday: 7 JO Youne Peoele'e Society
Wednesday: T JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday; SHW Otoh. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary Ea.
i THE CHURCH Of GOD
Mrs. Mlnda Hlaaa. Pastor
Sunday School ,.,...,.,.., 10:00 a m,
Morning Worship 11:00 a m.
nigni emca I JO
FIRST CHURCH Ot QOO
Car, Jamaica and Trinidad Sat V
Balnbow City, Canal Bene
'Be v. Wat, Livingston, Psitor '
- THE CHURCH OP COD
131 Eighth Street Colon
-. Rev. O. W. (.eaadtsea. taster
Sunday .School ............ 1:30 a.m.
Morning Worship- ,.0., ...... 10:30 a m
Niaht Service gjo p.m
Morning Worship 0:00 ajn
Sunday School 10 30 a.m:
Night Service 1 JO aun
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rle Ahato
Mente Osenra R. 11th St,
Rev, Wm. J. Jehnaoa. Pastor
Sunday Scheo .............. 0:30 ajn.
Morning Worship ........... 10-30 a.m.
Night Service ....,...,.. T4o pja.
CHURCH OP GOD (Penleeeetal)
5, Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer .,-
.Phone 1-421. Box 33. Gambea
Churchee at Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev, and
Mr. Herman G, Whyte), Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorenee), Rio Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynee), and
Cativl (Rev. and Mr, Clifford Greaves)
Sundsy nd weekdays aervieee, at all
, 'COMMUNITY CHAPFX
-; Diablo Heights, C,Z. t
(neer DiaMo school)
Rey. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
' Box 11. Diablo Heiehta. OX -?
Pheaeei Home, Gemhea 117
Church Balboa 4271 -Sunday
Seheei ............ 1040 e.m.
Worship Service .......... 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 7:0(1 pjn.
Evangelistic service ...... 7:30 pm
.Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service TJO p an.
EEDFMm LUTHERAN CHURra
, Balboa Read at Wight Street
- Bey, Kebert F. Guasirk, Pastor
PO Box dfi. Halboa
Sunday School, Bible class 0:00 a aa.
Divine Service 10:15 e.m.
r Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
Former chapel of Our Saviour's tola.
ewasl chapel 3rd St and Mglendei Ave.
Mr. Euteae H. Denner. Vlrae
Sunday School. Bible Clan 0:00 e M
'i vine Service 10:15 a.m.
iioly Communion, last Sundsy of the.
l w ., Sit)
Jewlen welttre aoa-e S'C Tti-X li
9 H-a aoan Saiboa. CX AabM riathea
Servie Friday. 1 JO em. Baturaaa
i J am
I sea ( uitlnm el Jewtafe eaami
wrer rou asses eno aiationaw
Coniraaenen Kol tnearlth laraaL Am.
iloa Cuba end lath Street Bella Vtsta
rename iitv aervieee cue paa..
CtWisilAM acitNta. cattKUtn
Aral Chureti 01 tarist aVnenust Anew
OeO Aacoo Souieeard.
Sunday tl:IHl, wenuapoe I a -,
Sunday School 0 Jv a.m
tret caarva M Ckri, aweatiai, CriMcHaa
Uua f tree) a-uva. Highway
tunnat tcnnoi :) a .am
Sunday 11:10 ajn. Weoneeday g JO p at
Posts end Bases
,','.-., Protestant '
Sunday School ...,,,,,,,,,,,,
Morning worship ., ,,,
Chwcb'Umo Nursery Schaol...
fcundsy School Suildlng Na,
Thursday Evening Mld-Week
FORT KOBBI "k 1
, Worship Service, Madden Wye
Worship Service, Rio Hato
Christian Youth Fellowship ,,
.' Soldier's FsUowshlp Thurs. ,,
Officer'! ChxiaUan UnienIhura,
ALBROOK AIR FOACB BASE
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship 0 JO A
t Youth fellowship ..............
UX NAVAL' STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 0:10
Morning Worship U;00
noiy communion First Sunday
:.- i Month) .. .'.
lith ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL 1
Mornuig Worship 0 00
tnviy vonunuruon f im aunaay
Naval Radio SUUon, Summit... 0:00
4 :: ';. 'f.,v ';' " -
' ' CatheHa
FORT AMADOR ? ;
Pally Masa .. 0:00
Sunday Maiaea ,.,.,, 1:00 A 1:30
, voniessions, aaturojay ,. .:30 7:30
; Sunday: 1:00 A Silt
oweni' aiBagnl t a 4 04) a t a a
"""V waanawaagi Mtllt ll
FORT KOBBI -' .,.
Dally Mass .'......,..,,..,.;:' 0:11
naturaay Masaec 0:001
unoay Massea ...,,.. 0:00 m 11 145
juonaay novena uevoUon 7:30
Coneasions Ssturdsy 0:00 A 7 JO
Sunday Masa ,,,,,.:,.,,,,,,, 10:H
At.Rnnnit am. anpn a
DaU, Mate .........vw..r., :00
Saturday Masa ;.. 7:00
Sunday Masse ,, 1:45 A 12:00
I opanun ,,.... :!
Novena Servioee.Tueedey T:0
.; Cenieseionsaturday ,i;0p
OX NAVAL STATION. Bedmaa;
Sunday Masa f JO
t,?S,tU,fr,., m',V '"'eeeeeeeeeee 10
wfwM awipoa .,....,. ,;-.,..... ,.i.....
Friday ,, ftt
ALBKOOK AI 90KB lASB &;
Saturday ,..........,.,..,, o
' ATLANTIC S1DB
'''' frateataait t:';
fort davis :'.vxrx,::!n
Sunday School-Bldg. S 0 O
Morning Worahlp 10 JO
rraxcr I ejiowtnip auge, au
KYIS-Wednesday-Poei :hape) f:M
vnoir rraeuce-. neoneeaay
Poet Chapel .................. 7 JO
FORT GULICK ff-A'Siif'
Sunday School .,e.,......., 0:3
Mornuia Worshin laita
louui aeiiowsnip, aunaty .... a
Bible Study, Wednesday T.30
Ladies Chapel Guild, 1st Thura, 1 JO
U.S.' NAVAL STATION. Coca Solo
Sunday School ,.... 0:30
Morning warship 11:00
,oiv communion First Sunday
. av Monthl
Daily Maas ',.,.,,.,,........ 5:00
Sunday Mass ....v............. 010
Confessional. Saturday 0:00
Sunday ,,,,, S:S
FORT GULICK V
. Daily Mass 7:00
: Saturday Mass IM
Sunday Masses ....... 7:45 A 10:15
: Confessions, Saturday 0;00 A iM
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coc Solo
: Daily Mass 4:00
,: Saturday Masa 1:30
; Sunday Mass ,.,. t 0:0
AtlM afww faa
Greek Orthodox services era eanduct.
ed at. tha Church ot tha Anunclation.
Via Beliaarls Porras, Saq Frapelseo it
is wamta, ranama city. n.r. ana at
th Church of St. Antheny, Avlnid
Melendez,. Colon, Rj., on alternat Sun.
days at 0:30. For further iniOrmatie
call the Office ot th Army Chaplain,
13-3111. i -
Weekly Services in all churchee
- j --. a tollowai
Sabbath School. 0:30 ajn..
, Divine Service 11:00 a.m. ,. ,.i..
, YuU'lMHUng 4.S0.04B,, v
Bible Study and Prayer Servlea
T hIU PJH. j,. .'. V
' Pacific Side Psnaml
Pastor W. H. WallervTel. 2sl-3500
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F de la Ota
No. 17 Chorrillo 25th No. 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nueva 1-A St. between Ird and 4th
Sts. Rio Abajo 11th No. 17 Gemboa
Pastor G. D. Wllllama Tel. 0-5M
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 0-102
Spanish Churches Pacillc Side PaaamO
rastor Norberto Oulros
-. Panama, Calls Darlen No. S
. Pedregaj. A, Puevjp Guarar.
' ; Atlantle Side
Paster O A. Jeffriee-Tet S0O2OL
Cristobal English 10th A Bolivar Ave.
Crwiobal Spanish l'h A Bolivw Ave.
OM Gavilan Road Tel. g-115 A 1
Jocuif an J Oik
Dr. Durwooei Strinoec
rfcootiv received an M. D. Dos re
Mr. Durwood D. Stringer, form.
orly of Fort Gulick. Canal Zout.
rcceotly received on M. P. Degree
from Saii. Louii Univeriity. SL
Louii, Uiitouri. Mr. end Mri.
Stringer and their family ore mov
ing to Baltimore, Maryland, where
ur. stringer nit accepted in in in-terneship
terneship in-terneship with FUbUe Heilth Serv Service.
ice. Service. Mr. Stringer, nee Jicouehne
'hitlock, it th diughter C Mr.
ond Mri. Andrew A. Whluock of
Mirgirtti, Ctaal Zone.
Mr. ond Mr. Wilter G. Peter Peter-ion
ion Peter-ion of Bvnghgmton, N. Y. hgvs sr.
nouncd the birth of s daughter
on Juno T. Mr. Peterson, the form
or Min Mirgery PfF ier, wn or
the Criitobal High School staff for
gevenl yerg. Mr. Peterson woi
retired from eervlco with th Com Com-miiiiry
miiiiry Com-miiiiry Division last yeir.
The story of modern Alaska, the
Territory' vigorous people, iti
drgmatic weatner and icenery, and
its deiperato itlll.unliniihod itrug itrug-glo
glo itrug-glo for otatehood are all told in
"Ice Palace,',' Edna Forber'g lit.
cat novel which wag placid in cir.
culatlon this week by the Canal
Zone, library, ,,..,,'.
The novel' .vital. theme of a
proud land's virile Iniistenoe on
the dignity of independence is as
forcetul as the invigorating air
ita people breathe. ,. f 'u
The. complete list of hew booki
snd their authors ao announced
by tho library this week follows:
Non-fiction Power ind Diplo Diplomacy,
macy, Diplomacy, Acheson; An Introduction
to Western Pholosophy, Coleburt;
Car Driving, as an Art, Davis;
The 'Boot Short Store of World
War II, Fenton; A 'Voyage o(
Pleasure, Gllboy Blochemiitry,
Haurowiti; Tho Gentleman and
the Tiger, McCiellan; From Pillar
to Poit, Mehdevl; A Measure of
Lovo, Orlgo; How to Bo g Gun.
omith, S telle; The New Japan,
Piotlon -Tho North. Light. Cro.
nin; Ice Palace; Forberj Th Ac.
counting, Maribill; 'A Stir of E.
choea, Mithesonj Daybreak,
Slaughter; Murder on Trial, Un.
derwood A Summer Place, Wil.
ion, t ', -,
ChlMron'o look The Coward,
ly Lion from the Wizard of Oi,
Biurat Littl Lot Kitten, Com.
fort; Pony Kxpreii, Grant; Ben
and MO, Lawion; Stories from
Shakeipeare; Dr. George Waihlng.
ton Carver, Grihlm: Daffy'. Sharp:
Lift in the Tropicii Schneider.
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Chirlie Chipsin hlmsi soon wi;l.
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fie Ensiey steelwork's- in Ejt.
mingham Aia Icr at lea.t a
month beginning July 6. while it
makes major repair's. B!j stael
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workerg have been recalled to tht
Fairless works .Morrisville. Pa. la
the last three weeks.
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' TODAY'S GAMES
. AMERICAN, LEAGUE
, Cleveland at Washington
Chicago at Baltimore
Detroit at New York
, Kansas City at Boston y
1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 1
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Detroit 000 101 020-4 9 0
New! York 000 100 001-2 8 1
Hoesft (W) Moford, Aguirre and
Shantx (4-3), Grim nd Bern.
(Night Oamo) r"
Cleveland 200 003 302-10 15 0
Washington 000 001 000 X 4. 3
' t J m V J T. it
NaTlesKi i B-4 j ana oiuwu.
Stobbs (2-5), Cicotta and Court Courtney.;
ney.; Courtney.; '."
' (Night Gamo)
'Kana City &00 000 200-3 .7 S
Boston 100 300 02X-3 13 1
i Grver (7-3), Burnetii, vraa-
dock! Trucks and Chiti.
ik Brtver (3-5) and White.
Chic 000 000 005 000 00-5 10 1
. Blt. Onn (mm) 311 OW uuu a i
Lot Angaloi 23 30 .434 I.
I w-'TOOAY'J "GAMES
" NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee at St. Louis" a ,""
Cincinnati at Chicago r t v.
Philadelphia at San Feo. v
. Pittsburgh, at Loa Angeles (N)
NATIONAL LEAGUE f
(NIgme) -'.."i Vi
Milwaukee V i.'lltfOOO-J ;70
... W ...i Tt H't- AAA AAA" A J 4
Milwaukee: Jay (lr0) and Cran
St. Louis: Brosnan (6-5) and
(Caed end 6th,1, rain)
Cincinnati at Chicago
I Postponed (Wet Grounds) i
San. Ffsncisco 6
(Night 'Gamo J
Pitt!bogh"4rt.,, , (
Los Angeles 5 V
Richmond To Score
Thrilling 10-9 Win
NEW YORK, June 14 (UPI)
Th Rnrhpstpr Red Wines, be
hind some neat clutch pitching,
over-came an ght-run dencit
last nieht to defeat the Richmond
Vsp. 10-9. in an International
League contest. '
Rochester, down 9-1 in tne mira
innino apnrsd fiv times in that.
frm. led hv Gene Oliver' three-
run homer,: and tallied four more
in tne seventn to win -me game.
Bill Greason started .the game
ttsr tha RoH RirHs hut van Kent to,
he showers in the; second when
Kicnmond came up witn six runs
joe MCLain was equany ;power
stem the tide Garv Blylock took
uver in ine sevenwi aim yiwucu
chut -nut. hull th roct nf tha Wl
to Dick ud his fifth victory against
In the only other game played,
Dick? Rand and Lonardo' Rodri Rodri-ciiez
ciiez Rodri-ciiez 'rirnva in five. rAna with hom
ers as Columbus defeated Buffalo
6-J,;in a seveninning opener of
a twin-bill Rand hit u homer with
one: on and Rodriguez drove in
two ahead of him with his round-
Harshman,-Brown (9), Zuverink
(9), Moeller-O O'Dell (10),' Pap Pap-pas
pas Pap-pas (14) and Triandos, ,Ginsberg
a iv. vuu wv wa
fierce, oianiey vo;, rwtirei '. ,u. ..
Moore (10), and LoUar,.. Battey' (14-mmng wecaiiea cunew.
HOWE NAMED CAPTAIN
DETROIT.' (UPI) The Detroit
Red Wings ha ve hamed Gordie
Howe captain ot the 1958.59 sex.
tet. Howe, the National Hockey
Lejgue'a most Valuable -player
last season,;- succeeds -Red'- Kelly
as am leader.
ROYALS GET STEVENS 4
CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPIV-The
Cincinnati Royals of the National
TtaxVethflTl Axsnciation have slened
Wayne Stevens of the University
Of Cincinnati to a issb-m comracu.
Steven rn.rsntsined 'the- Ohio
H that won the Missouri Val
ley title last season.
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'f;' It" H f
t CARTA 4YLEJA' TEAM kneeling; from .left to right : George McArthur,
ILem Kirkland, Bill Young, Hick Grayer and Don Alexander
Standing from left.to righM Dan Tinkloskyi Lany Horine, Gerald Par Par-tie.
tie. Par-tie. Gary Alexander, Wally' Trout,1 Ray Nesbitt and Charles McArthur.
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, ACTION A; EXCITEMENT. IN A GREAT
CZ CAGERS Di PANAMA LOOP '" The Carta Vieja team,' composed completely of American -players
resident on the Canal -Zone, will take part in the seven-team Panama Provmcaal
Basketball League which gets, underway tonight at 8 p.m.. at the National Gym with tne
champion Marlbbro quintet engaging; i the Perfection stove outfit. It will be first time that
an all-Gringo team, plays in the regular loop. Shown stooping, (left to right) are George Mcn
Arthur, Lem Klrkland, Bill Young.Dick. Grayer and Don Alexander. ., Standing (In the same
'order) are Dan Wlnklosky, Larry Horlnc,.Gerald1, Partie, Gary .Alexander, Wally. Trout, Ray
Nesbltt and Chanes McArthur, coach. ' -(
t i i j 1 "ir k t, ' -, ''' j i-
Panama Provincial Basketball
Loop Gets Underway tonight
By VICTOR GRAY
ri. ...tAfM.flnA. nn fnr the 1958
season of the Panama Provincial
Rasketball. League tonignv ai vne
National gym wnen muwwu,
.. Annrt. tnnnarrhl take
last. jc v r ;
the floor against the Estuf as Per
fection quintet.. Mmt siari
At ik. At nf vtre-0-.ma perem-
ony, during which the members of
the seven teams taking part ia the
league will parade and trophies
presented out-stanmng prayers u
last season; sportsman Alejandro
(Fulo de la Guardia wm tnrow out
the first ball, thus declaring; the
season offuiaiiy underway r.
t Tonight's Gam
M,. ITlct. '. Awned Marlboro.
.t;nn.ia hv RrtHnlfn CFifiV Tom.
returns. to the cage-wars this year
with quite a- few new faces. Costa
Ric'an flash Eddie Bermudez,' form
er Beerman June Anaraaevt vni vni-nese
nese vni-nese Nationalist Joaquin Yao, the
c. nio. Tnril.n nmet. Samuel
Morris and rookie Henry Wit Wit-taker
taker Wit-taker are the recent additions.
Their ability to "click: properly
.uu lAlltrAiif AiVvnan Arnmps.
I Willi IIU1UVIT C J mn.aa.ut
Noet, Taylor, Smith and Tagaropu-
los is left to be seen.
Paced by Davis Peraita, a noy
who last year scored an average of
over 14 points per" gameand the
redoubtable Andamio Arosemena,
EsUufa Perfection will present a
formidable asgregation, Directed
by Ricardo Santos, who will lso
see' service as a' Player,, the Stove,
siblv score an uoset. X ":;:;:
Carta Va Plays Wednesday -The
all grineo auintet Carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja will make its debut on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday against the Marlboro five.
Hirected bv Charles McArthur.
the Rummies are being countea
mill -nlar H-ffame
schedule, aftervwhich the first four
clubs will encase, in, a qoupie
-Aimil rnhln final erie. the win-
1 lUUU 't T
ner. to be considered champs of
'THE DAY A THOUSAND DEVILS
ROARED OUT. 0F; All APACHE ;
a t y,
a White woman
LL-L ..;:U' tLmt A
WUVIV Willi III9IIII i if i
COOLING REFRESHING MASCULINE
bt comfortable anytime
v the humid tropic beat
1 "C&ViGlM GLACIAL regularly.
' S iMHgreeable stent will )
;" ma' by thr mokars af MENTICOL
r I fi i V'"' I n I r 7 1 1
. i V s ; ;v By FRED DOWN v
. ; NEW YORK, Jtine 14 (UPI) It turds out that that
pitcher the Milwaukee Braves have been seeking for two;
weeks' was. sitting on their bench dl the time.!
He'i Joey Ja; the first "Little
r ?.:t -(yc 1
I xUifjOEl. BARBARA
jH, iiMT-'-ff ,v "'i'i"'''' "' "' '" .- ' A,
Leaguer" to 'make the majors
and maybe a big league pitcher
after all. At least he looked it. last
night when he became the first
Milwaukee pitcher after all. ; At
least he looked it last niht when
he became the ; first v Milwaukee
pitcher since May 31 to gu the di distance
stance distance in hurling the Braves to a
2-0 victory over thet, Loyi? .Car .Cardinals.
dinals. .Cardinals. : ft- r
The "distance" in this case was
only six innings, for the game was
called because of rain with : the
Braves batting and Scoring in the
top of the seventh but it was e e-nough
nough e-nough io give the world champions
then third straigh'1 win. and, main
tain their game and a Hafl Nation Nation-al
al Nation-al League lead. It was the Cardi Cardinal'
nal' Cardinal' fourth loss in six eamei and
dropped- them, below .500;. -i
t Jay,, a 25-poun4 right-luinder,
survived all roster cuts this, sea season
son season but was virtually forgotten as
he apDeared in onlv, three games
for the Braves. iManaeer v Fred
Hanev iiraijy pot around to stort
ing him last night and tne native
of Rock Fall, Conn., resoonded
with the best effort by a Milwau
kee pitcher since Bob Rush shut
out the Philadelphia Phillies on
Am-il 25. v-1. -it, ;
Bill Bruton singled and: finally
scored on Hank Aaron's, sacrifice
fly in he first inning and then dou
bled horn; Del Crandall in the
second inning' to account for both
Milwaukee Runs. Jim Brosnan,
who had won three games since
he was acquired from the Chira
go Cubs, lost his first game i for
Sf ".oiii-.1- 1 ''
The Cint riannad a fivt-oam
losing )'' M ietory
over the Philadelphia PMMV
and the o Dodar-
nostdout th Pittsburgh Pirates,
5-4, on Pmwh Reese's two-run
ninth-inning double in th other
N.L. garnet.' Cincinnati at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago was irainod out.
, In the American League, new
manaper BUI Norman made a suc
cessful dehut at Ynnkee Stadium
wheff the Detroit Tigers heat the
New York Yankees, 4-2. the Bos-
ton Red Sox walloped the Kansas
Citv- .Athleflics, ?-3, the Cleveland
Indians crashed ; the Washington
Sen a tor s 10-1, and the Chicago
White Sox I and Baltimore Orioles
played a qurfew-ended. 14-inning,
5-5 tie. "",
Johnny Antonelli pitched: a five-
hitter for the Giants, who clinched-
the game with a five-run ei sh shinning
inning shinning rally atter .loser Robin itob
erts, bad left, for a pinch hitter,?
Willie, Mays, who had ore bit ia
three tries, made two brilliant x!e
fensiye mays m support ot Anton-?
elli, who; won his sixth tame.
Reese, whose third-inmng error
helped the Pirates score two runs
doubled with.two out and two on:
in the ninth to give Clem Labins
his third win, Ron Kline,, who rna$
the Dodgers in two previous starts i
suffered his seventh defeat com
pared to six victories." .. r
The Tieers beat Bobbv : Shanti
for the first time in eight' yearsi
during which he was 12-0 against
them, wiii .9-hit. attack feature
ed by Johnny Groth's two triples;
billy Hoeft won his. fifth fame but
got fine relief, from both Billy
Moford and Hank Aguirre: Mickeft
Mantle hit his 12th-homer for the
Yankees. a ...
Tod 'Williams had two run run-coring
coring run-coring inqls and Dick Gernerri'r
hit hl 1?th homei for tho Red r
at Tom Browor-.-Morod.hie.r"
' third victory. Nad Garvor wat.se;
kayeM in 4 2-3 innings to suffer
M third lo '. ;
Ray Narleski pitched n four-hitter
and homers by Billy Moran,
J. : W. Porter and 4 M'nnie Mifinso
produced eieht runs for the s In Indians.
dians. Indians. Ntrlerki. who i struck nut
eieht and. walked one. was ta?e1
for Jim Lemon's, eighth homer, in,.J
t.h fifth innififf: v-.' "j n
l The White Sox rallied i
runs to pa ahead. S-4. in the ninth
but rookie i Jim- Marshpll hom-r'
ed with two out in the last of thfl,
ninth to produce tie that existed,
until the fame was called becai'sev
of a Baltimore curfew law. The
game will be replayed in its, en-.;
ureiy. , .
Lead In Tourney.
ICS" rc aCK:i!LrN
CAN FILL YOUR WEEDS!
- marbleheAd Mass. Junel 14
(UPI) Red-haired Marlene Bail.
er Hagge wields her putter with
authority. And it was that "bold"
power on the greens that gave her
a commanding 10-poInt lead in the
second round of the .Triangle
Round Robin Invitation golf tourn
ament today, y i".
Mrs. Hagge virtually ran. away
from the field in the opening round
of the unique match.medal town.
anient Thursday. Her putting, per
feet tor' the ; spacious i but islow
greens of the lush 6, 174-yard T&
desco country club course, gave
her a near-record 23 points. 'from
the. first, 18 .iioies.! "A ..v
Marlene was three under par
with ia. Sizzli: ;70 under 'ideal
weather conditions. That gave hei
23 points, just 10 more than Betty
Dodd, who landed second on a n
score.. Louise Suggs. Triangle' win.
ne ritt 1955, had a better madal
score of-?l but collected only six
noints in the' stiff competition of
a foursome composed f Kathy
Cornelius,. 'Alice Bauer and t de
fendine champion Mickey Wright
Mis Wright faced perhdps the
most difficult task of all, because
she lost : 10 points in ihe first
round, .and faced Mrs. Hagge to together
gether together with Mary Lena Faulk and
Betty Rawls in, today's topdrawer
The touring professionals face, a
rugged 56-ho'e program Saturday
before winding up. with ( a. fifth
round on Sunday. ...'
Persons .''fnteresled W trie' snort
of skirtdiving are invited to attend
an open class session on the phy physiology
siology physiology and physics of skindiving.
. The speakers will be Dr. Robert"
Koemg, chief; of the medical serv-
ito vi vuto ooio riuspiiHi ana
member of the Atlantic Skindivers ;
Club,, and Tony Mann of th,e Pa-:
nama Canal '-po. -engineers i and,
member of the EI Panama SVin'
'diving' Club: zhi tyj- 'r
.Thii program" Is the. second seif seif-sion
sion seif-sion in the sew skindiving courts
at the Balboa. YMCA-US6; and ha
been opened toHhe-public in the'
general interests ol the port. ; i
i Stgrting tinies T;30 &t&ri this
Tuesday evenins. June 17, in. the
Balboa:. YMCA-TJSO auditorium.
NEW YORK (UPI)-The Inter,
national Boxing Club ,is seeking to
land a Julv 16 bout, in Montreal
between Yvon Durelle; of CanadaJ
and South ; African Mike Holt for
the-: British Empire light heavy,
weight crown. An BC spokesman
said negotiations were underway
with managers of both fighters.
'r Curt ;Raydoh,ia gangling right,
handed pitcher for thev Pittsburgh
Pirates; is just : oner more- proof;
that .void, Branch Rickey had :
sharp eye for yoimg talents m
. Rickey acquired Raydoit in 1953
when he .jent ; infielder Danny
O'Connell to the ?; Milwaukee
Braves for 'seven players and an.
estimated; $75,000i ?Raydon then
was i just one of those giiys old
Branch f added',' to the deal after
it really ; ; was consummated all
most as an after-thought.' -'f!: v!
The old man is1 .long since tel,'
tired but Raydon is just develop.'
ing into a front-iiner. Thursday ho(
hurled a tw hitter Ugainst the'
San Francisco; Giants to give "Ihi"
Pirates'; a 2-1 victory. :f v' : v
A- native of BlooriSington,' Bl.,
Raydon spent five, years in, the
minors before h made the major
league, but it appears that he't
making the most of his chance.
N in ', 1., t",,
EMILE (BUTCH) BOUCHARD
: When Butch bouchard : came
into the National Hockey League
with the i Montreal i Canadiens
there- was a feeling he was too
awkward to stay around long. But
stay he did for 15 seasons over,
coming' his natural awkwardnese
to become a great defenseman for
the. club as well asca league all
star. He retired, two seasons ago.
' Whatever happened ; to ; Butch
Bouchard? .Only -37, ;, the popular
former star; operates an exclusive
restaurant-caie ; in Montreal 1 and
is president of the Montreal Roy.
als of the' International Baseball
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.kts To Begin
Friday;' June 27
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riENAGE BOWLING 1 Fort Kobbe' Teenage Bowling League winners are pictured at a banquet In the Bamboo Room ol
I he" post NCO Club. Shown in front are U. Col. Ralph E. Rose, founder of the league and Hubert Sheppard, league sponsor.
players In the background are, left to right: Keith. Martello, high series: Ann Cobb, second place team; Betty Robinson, high
;ame; Bonnie Hassler, high average second place team; Richard fctubbs, captain of the second place team; Jane Laquulara,
high series Judy Home, captain first place team; and Bobby Fortune, high game. vNot pictured are Pat Pless and Steve
larth- iU.S. Army Photo) ' 1
j'TULSA; Okla.," Your established course here'Thtirsday; produce aa
rpJdrawer pro is" a man of jm.f other Johnny jump bp?' Here, is
cable Dride who properly teeji reason to believe it won't. Odaly,
aemonstraiea excellence i lorm upseis in me upen nave Deeu
following a pattern.' They come m
i three-out-ot-iour clusters, then tn
f lid be justly and ejnsistenily
: In Y the' Open,' the world'! most
tingiued torn i,ment, there
e times' wnen consummate ar
ftry is fprced to'play .stnnucd tin '33 wheifJahuny-Oftoamttn, an
condaryfrole tovwhims oft Jatiama.eur, won. in1 '3 Olirf tHitr,
a journey-man ftro,Jtookcirargt.
t-Vl 1U,.l?tlettlcame twi consecutive, win win-ithenJ
ithenJ win-ithenJ rip WHfiNrs out' of howhere," Sail 1 Parks
ana xony manero, wun tne latter
setting a scoring record no con
found confussion. 1 A ,
V. I 1 t..
4fi the OpnaiaJits wer- -TroaJ thenTmtiL 54:thp ehalk
icnce. ,v. .; ."You may horses got down In fronts tXhe
if. won, anyehihg, before", winner was, 'me compafaUvely
!! m.rli(ftiiir on1 a hnr lint.
This is the "tone" raft
rpf hs.s against the Open. For in
e honor roll of champions the
ullets are tasnrined'tvUht. a'm
yal Unk with the kiugush. The
ver huve won ,anvfliins.
id Jimmy Demarest,- as he sa
cing his locker af ur a par-70
j actice round. "You m;;y- never
n ag;:iiM But If yoi' win the
sen you set to be afl immortal,
rtatfcr -that is."- -f
Like .jam Snead,? Demarer h,is
m. countless .championships v,Dut
e Open nas ahviys ci i Uhiiiu
t would' ',"i"TVf!.i hbwevori,
;-ness.: The jact is all the i
ruess. r'lui jhm the ; big big-es,
es, big-es, includini Ben ilogan, who has
n it four, times and is here seek seek-.
. seek-. an unprecedented fifth, concur
, the -criticism, -
nonsense over, 'the Kingf ish re.
' sj i i Hi ui-M-'l -! "...
The- pattern" began te take shape
obscured Ed Fureol: and he was
followed by the darkest daiUhorse
in Open history,, Jack Flck a
rustic driving-range teacher) from
the Midwest. s
rNormalcy wasiTestoted thnex.
year when'di1. Cary MiBdlecolf,
who had won in '49, repeated to
solidify his position $ among tlw
masters. t Deifig ,an article of
faith, you must win the Open
more tnan once to prove that you
Last Summer Dick Mayer came
through to give the three-out-of-
It is when these men start to1 four-pattern, a cer.ain statistical
ck the subject roi'nii fi-t th"Vi significance. ." a promise ihat the
jveal their loyalty to tbeyr 'art JJohnny Jump tips, lor the time
id their ims nue 4 a ;u'i n oemc, nave naa meir irrational
e superlative shotmakers. Their
orn lor tne jonnny jump ups
j unmistakable. .not as persons
it as players who won on inferior
uipment and in so doing some
;W defaced the championship,
I 47f 'PiT'-i' x b-'-'Xi.:4xr:
J JrOllowS A PATTERN.
rful iot't being the jtind of game
jis,, elusive,' capricious, wtth balls
at take funny bounces, and bood
apped topography, can never cs
pe the false hero and the spur spurns
ns spurns accolade.
Win this Open, which starts over
, J907.y ard 70-par Southern Hills
. THE FORGOTTEN MAN.
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Though Mayer is the defending
champion, and as such a celebri celebrity,
ty, celebrity, he is the forgotten man here,
with no one expecting bim to make
it two in a row or even threaten.
True; he has been ill and his game
has suffered, yet galleries are ha habitually
bitually habitually indifewnt to strange win winners
ners winners frbm 'golf's outer space. v i
In their attitude is implicit agree
ment with Demarest, al that the
Open '"too .'often, pays, off on th
wrong horse. VVe firs observed
this reaction n 24 when one Cyril
Walker bctit a field winch includ included
ed included Bob Joints and Wai.cr Hgen.
The followmssycar no'.ody knew l)e
was around. i -
" Until Vlek dropped out. of the
clouds, Parks W3S he most im
plausible of a?l Oputuc.tamp.wis.
A hot" putter-tin' ritky packed
greens won for hin. When sprm,?
same h iolnctl the ros on i-.ur.
His total earnings a piddmg $16.,
40, was the humiliaiing t'poff. The
trouble with hot pu.ters. is they
cool off too soon. v v
'$ Mellowed with Ag
, i ft. 9r AMMuiiM
: 1 tam HllMbtll I
Six Alhlelcs Shoo!
To Retain Track,
FiId Titles Tonight
BEllKELEY, Calif. (UPI VSix
athletes will attempt to retain
their crowns tonight 1 .when the
I iinals o the National Collegiate
Ainietic Association track and
field meet get under way in Ed.
", Gunning' ,: for, tepeat victories
Don Stewart of Southern Meth.
odist, who tiet forthe 'high jump
cronlasfyear at 6 ft m inches."
Don Bowderi of Southern Method Method-odist,
odist, Method-odist, hwo tied for the high jump
crown last year at 6 ft. 7Vi inches.
; Pon Bowden of California, will
attempt .to retain his 880 crown.
Ron Delany of Villanova, will
try to keep his mile championship.
Greg Bell,' the Indiana whiz who
won the broad jump last year with
r- leap of 26 ft., 7 in. :
M ,Oerter ol Kansas, who hn
been throwing around 200 feet this
year, trying to 4 keep' his discus
And "John Fromm of Pacific
Lutheran, who hurled the spear
248 ft., 1 In., to win the Javeline
, Preliminaries in all events ex.
cept the distance runs were slated
for yesterday with the finals
set for tonight.
" SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) A
scheduled July 7 bout between
Joey Giambra and Joey Giardello
has been moved up to Monday
night June 30. The fight at the
San Francisco Cow Palace wagvre.
scheduled because it was feared
the long Ju'y 4 weekend would
affect attendance. The event, will
not be broadcast or' televised.
FCVESr SCOTCH WHlSKt
, CIA. HENRiaUIZ, I.A,
. MVENIOA BOUVAR 710a COLOS :
'Weekly swim meets, sponsored
by the hummer Recreation Board
lu cooperation with the Panama
Canal Schools Division, will begin
this year at 9 .m. on Friday, June
27, at Balboa pool, for children
8-16 years of age. Competitors are
requested to register at the pool
on Friday, June 20, at 9 .m.
There is no registration fee.
The point system will be used
to determine the winners in each
age group. The winners in each
age group will, receive weeklv
prizes of a 25' cents movie ticket
for first place', a 14 cents or a
five cent prize to be selected by
th winner from the Balboa Serv.
ice Center for second and third
... .' ., j.
AH participants will receive t
candy bar. On Aug. l all the
points earned oy eacn contestant
will be added up and the boy and
girl in pach age group with the
most points will receive a trophy I
and the' second and third' dace'
winners, a medal. To qualify for
these prizes i he contes.ant musei
compete in at least three meets.!
The age group tna the contes ant :
will swim in, will be determined bv
the age he or she will be on Aug.
The meets will be conducted ,by i
Mrs. 'Bailey and assisted by Mrs. i
C. Jaicobson, Mrs. T. Spencer, Mrs.
B. Morrow, Mrs. E. B. Yocum.l
all of whom, have volunteered
-The weekly swim meets will be
held 6n June 21, July 11, July
18, July 25 and Aug. 1.
On Aug. 9, the Summer Recre Recreation
ation Recreation Board and the Schoo'a Divi Division
sion Division will sponsor- a Junior Olym Olympic
pic Olympic long course meet at Albrook
At. a, pool.
Also at Albrook vpool, the Sum Summer
mer Summer Recreation Board will sponsor
the second Panama Canal anni.
versary invitational swim meet
on Aug. 16.
The second two meets will be
open to a'l C.Z. swimmers. En.
try Forms for the two meets will
be available later; f
Inquiries may be made through
Mrs. H. H. Summerford,1 Tel.. 2.
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iJMrry rldevwv Newport, R. I.bii'blue and white spinnaker loaded
- -----y rf-v.. ucreuiuiic "(utn wiu bu sgiinsi criuin in September. :
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V& WEEKLY EXFRESS CARGO SERVICE FROM U.S. :
Vgk 1 ATLANTIC PORTS.
NEW TIGER MANAGER Bill
Norman' (above), 47, manager of
the Detroit Tigers' Char eston farm
club, has been named the new
manager of the Tigers, Norman
replaces Jack Tighe, wfio Was in
his second season as Tiger pilot.
Jun. ' 6
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fully care-fully selected, cleaned and packed to
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34th St. Lux Bllg.
niiikiii Ave. 4 Justo Arosemena & 33nd St.
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THIS SPACE 13 FC3 SALE
-FOR INFORMATION TELEFHC.'.: : 0743
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IIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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FOR SALItJaiuar 2.4, litre,
4 efean sedan. Less than 6000
miles. Call" 3-6824 Panama.
FOR SALE 1955 CraemGraea
Pentiac, starchier, .custom Cata Cata-lina,
lina, Cata-lina, Mrantatic, power steering,
air condition, heater, radio, ws
w, one ewaer; food eendltioris.'
Phene Kebke 4217 4261.
Y FOR SALE& 1953 Sinaer. Call
lalboa 6370 after 6- a.m.
It FOR SALf-l95Q Bulek Road Road-W
W Road-W maitar, radio, excellent cendi cendi-I?
I? cendi-I? tion, dialomer leaving $ 400.00
Fhono 3-7470. i.'
FOR SALEjA-1950 Bukk hydro hydro-snatic,
snatic, hydro-snatic, sedaaette, flood condition.
Owner leaving Isthmus, Call;
Balboa 2-29 J2. V. V
FOR SAL!: 1956 Simca Sedan,
duty paid, $1100. Phono 3-0983
FOR SALE. Hanry J first class
condition, $400.00. Call Bal Bal-fcoa
fcoa Bal-fcoa 2384 after 3:30 p.m.
FOR SAUr-1953 Chevrolet, 4
door sedan. Phone Balboa 2815.
' FOR ',, SALE: 5 Cheyrolet 4
A door, standard shift, black, very
toed. Call 2-3335. i.
tfFOR SAU-1952 Bulek,; 4
doors, sedan, very good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 1-0697. t' V
FOR SALE: Will sell or swap
Chrysler 4 door 1952, 6 cylinder,
v Dodge convertible 1951, Ply
. mouth coupe 5 passenger 1948,
, Oldmobile toupe 5 passenger
1949. Interested in 1954, 1955
' and 1956 Chevrolets, 4 door
' sedans. Cars can ba seen at Atlas
Garden Tel. 2-2423 2-4830.
i FOR SALE: Late 1956 Chev
rolet 4 door Bel-Air. w.w., low
mileage. Excellent condition..
House 5179 Parson St. Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1951, For 2-door
In excellent condition. $400.
2309-A,iBalboak ;Tel. 2-1337.
. FOR lALIr 51 ford 9-psissng.
; ar wagon. Tires,, finish, angina
; excellent,' radio, heater. $900.
.J. Kavy 2280.
FOR IAtku laaVaem eat,
! !. doubla bad, with toll spring and
JJ beauty tost matt rose, dresser and
av bench, chest af drawers $150.
Apply Cangrejo, f'F Street lis
' front of apartment building Las
Tree Hermanee from I p.m. ta
T p.m. i r:.,
Tyrone Power en
Mariana THetrich in
"Witneaa for The Prosecution'
Mark Stevens In
k SHOWING AT YOUR
Sir Laurence Olivier
"THE PRINCE AND
n Cinemascope Si Color
6:15 k 8:05
; Marlsa Pavan
hs aV- k r atv A '-
U BOH MURRAY DIANE VARSI
ALSO SHOWING SUNPAY Si MONDAY 1
PARAISO 6:15 k 7:55
'King- of the Gamblers'
"RADAR MEN FROM
'CAMP BIERD .. 6:15 k 8:00
"FRISCO TORNABO''lind "RTLDAITMEN FROM
, )THE MOON"
FOR RENT. Small furnished
apartment. Beautiful reiidentil
araa,Nea bus steps. 43rd Street
FOR RENT. Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, i one and two bedrooms,
cltan. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
3. bedrooms, diningroom, enlarg-
; ad kitchen, porth, hot water,
maid's room, ; 2 bathrooms, all
screened. El Cangrejo L Street'
(55) No. 23 Telephones 3- -7527
3-6523. v '
FOR RtNtNicely f furnished
apartment, 1 .bedrooms,' tiving-
dining, efe. Via Espaafi No. 117
between ?t-,6' p.m. Phone 3-.
FOR SALE: Complete furnith-
' ings for small apartment: one
king-sixe and one Hollywood
: bed "'with inner-spring mart res-
aes; dresser; chiffonier; chest of
'.drawers; dinet.set; 9 piece Rat Rattan
tan Rattan living -room set portable
sewing machine; refrigerator;
automatic y washer gas stove
dishes, and kitchen utensils all
'kin excellent condition moderately
priced -for quick tale. Apt. 4
k'Amarici" Campo Alegre. Phone
' FOR RENTiFurniihsd home,
Golf Heights. "Two bedrooms, twa
-baths, terrace, bar, etc. Available
end June. Telephone 3-4157
. between 12 and 2 or 6 and 8 for
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
house located Paitilla, 3. bed bed-rooms,'
rooms,' bed-rooms,' one airconditioned, two
' baths. Available une 21 to
August 25. Call 3-5954 between
12 noon to 5 p.m.
OR,-RENT, Modem chaleU one
has tivs bedrooms, three bath bathrooms.
rooms. bathrooms. The other has three bed bedrooms,'
rooms,' bedrooms,' two' bathrooms. Via Es Es-pafif
pafif Es-pafif 97th street. Phone 3-3041.
FOR RENT: Small chalet in Be Be-lla
lla Be-lla Vista, living-dining room,
bedroom with bath and toilet, ;
kitchen and yard, furnished or
.infusaiihed Information 50th
.street .6 downstairs.
: FOR RENT: Furnished chalet I
twa bedroom, living-diningreom,
'bath, kitchen, U.S.' Army inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Phone 3-5351 or occur. 45th
St. 2-241 Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Three months,
months, beautif ul 3-bedreom
residence in El Cangrejo; com com-,
, com-, pletely furnished. Fori informa information
tion information call 3-3490.
FOR RENT: Chalet three bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 baths, living-dining-
room, kitchen, garage, fenced
. yard. Telephone 3-0771 flood
SERVICE CENTER V
TODAY ' A
GAM BO A
Sat. Matinee 6:15 p.m.
"CHALLENGE OF THE
RANGE" & Serial
Jock Mahoney v Julie
Adams Tim Hovey
in Color I s
, Glenn Ford
Gia Scala in
"DON'T GO NEAR
Cinemascope tt Color!
Also Showing Sunday
Air Conditioned Show, Time
r 4:20 6:25 8:30
oMacopb cocoa .vocv.t
SANTA CRUZ 6:15, 8:15
(Also Showing; Sunday)
tTkVr vori in tSTTH OVE or OUB AGENTS OB OUB OITICFS AT 13 3 "H" STKFrT, MANAMA I.IBRFRIA rRFCIADO T Srrrt No. 13 AGEJfCIAS
IN'TFRNA PtBUCAClONrNo 3 tlar? Plan ) CASA ZALDO-Cwtral 'Ave. 45 a LOl'ROES PHARMACY 1SI U C.rra.quilla a FARMAC1A LOM LOM-5R
5R LOM-5R B i0RRlS0N-4thf July Av i St. LEWIS SERVlCeV-Avc. Tivoll N. 4 0 rARMACIA tSTADOS L'N1D0-1M Central Ave.
PAACJA Central Avenue a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. too. d. U Os Ave. No. 41 a FOTO DOMX-Juat. Arosemeaa Ave. ind 33 St. a FAB-
SAC1 v1)EBJlsiS6trNo.4J a FARMAC1A CL BATURRO f arquo Leievro 1 Street O FABMAC1A "SAS Via Porraa Ul KOVEDADES ATH1S
Beside the Bella Vista theatre.
Spcsd your weekend at Ria
Mar; the best beach in the Ra Ra-.
. Ra-. public, with all kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night.' Tha
new' management is at your serv services,
ices, services, f,. '';.-
FOSTER'S Cottages 'and Large
Beach' House. One mile past the
Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceantide Cottages'
Santa Clara R.Vdr P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
The most luxurious and modern
.commercial and office building
in Panama", with vary' reasonable
' rents. Mercedes Building is local-
ed at Avenida Balboa between
30th arid 31st. Streets. Parking :
space for eighty .. cars. Night
watchman,' Readv for occupancy
November 1st. Ricardo A. Miro
S. A. Tel. 2-3436, 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Large well furnish furnish-'
' furnish-' ed bedroom with private bath,
kitchen, priveledges if desired.
176 Via Porras. Phone 3-3891.
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
' I mlns. from the heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price :; S6 and $8 daily,
i v i 'iMth meals. z
3 Cosashpolltan kltchea r r-t
t r-t fHorse ridtaf.
For reservations P. O.
Bost 4459 y-;f..,
Manager! Bill and Elenor Jaspers
June 20 fo June' 28 :
Fidanque Travel Service
; VOUB FEET HURT? !-(Mined
(Mined !-(Mined Chiropodist will- relieve
any foot trouble, cortu, callous callous-ses,
ses, callous-ses, tnrrown toe nails foot mas-
Products -. '
" t. Arosemena Ave. 13-41,
' Tel. 3-2211
155 Central Ave.
. JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
' Tel. Panama 2-0552
i BANTAM VVEIG III
. ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
Panama i Colon
Your set back in your
home in 24 hours
V SPECIAL 1
L Free Estimate
No Service Cbaree j
Half Price On -Transportation
a US Trained Technician
: Tivoli Ave. No. 18-20
YMCA SKIN DIVERS. We have
your choice of equipment.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
"J'l St. 13A-3C Tel. 2-1905.
ATLANTIC CLUB SKIN DIVERS
' Check your equipment before the
tournament this Sunday. We have ;
everything you need, CRAWFORD
AGENCIES, CORP., "J" 13A 13A-30
30 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905,
B i G I NNERS SPEARFISHING
OUTFIT Quality Italian JunyLux
Gun. Fim and Maik... S18.50
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, CORP.
'"I" St. 13A-30 Tel. 2-1905.
FOR SALE Beautiful purebred
aealpoint Siamese kitten. .Phone
FOR SALE: The sale of pre-
: Colombian design bateas con-"
, tinues. Will sell German police
dog. Arte America, Automobile
1 FOR SALE: 1 metal and 3 ma mahogany
hogany mahogany office desks; 2 maho mahogany
gany mahogany tables used.' Call Warner
Bros. 3-1388 and 3-4918.
Must sell boy'a bicycle $20.00,
China cabinet, like new $60.00,
end tables S 1 0.00, hot water
hearer 30 gal. $50.00, table,
chairs, lamps, buffet $15.00.
Norman Smith Ph. 3-3437.
FOR SALE: Modern 7 pc. see-
tional livingroom set, 1 6 mm.
movie projector, Remington
model 70 30-06 rifle frontier
i pistol 38 eal.r Underwood type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, 1957 Bulek Special, 4
door,, hardtop,' 6,000 miles, de deluxe.
luxe. deluxe. Phone Balboa 2871.
FOR SALE: Gas wafer heater,
brand naw,-sHII in Mfg.,' ship shipping
ping shipping crate.. 30 gallon capacity,
glass lined, thermostatically con controlled
trolled controlled and with built in flue.
Cost $127.50 1n Miamiwill sell
for $110.00. 78 Via ArgenMna.
( FOR SALE: Picket fence for
Duplex $30; clothes closet ith ;
; heater $20;, portable belt sender
; $20; Direct current motor start-'
er, 111 volt, 5 h.p. $20; 6
Del(a Joiner $80; Navy type
bulge pump, brass $5; 1" shaft
' log brass $5. 5864-B, Diabla 2 2-3678.
3678. 2-3678. ,
FOR SALE Two new Flnca
preassembled 4 element high
gain broad band. Yagl FM anten antennas.
nas. antennas. Panama 2-1481.
FOR SALE: Immediately Vene Venetian
tian Venetian blinds, full set $75.00. 13 13-50"x60"
50"x60" 13-50"x60" for' 3 bedroom Duplex;
composite. House 2256-B. Phone
FOR SALE? Baldwin plana
$260, almost 'new 12 inch fan
$12, talking budgie parakeet
with cage $10. Phone 3-5533.
Youth Vho Spat ;r
On Kegro Girl ; ;
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI) (UPI)-Curtis
Curtis (UPI)-Curtis Stover, an 18-year.oId Ceil Ceil-tral
tral Ceil-tral High School graduate who
spat on a Negro girl at the
school's May 25 baccalaureate ex.
ercise, has been ruled innocent of
disturbing the peace.
"This boy just gave way to an
pmntinn h v could not ; control."
Municipal Judge Robert Laster
'I'doh't hold the boy personally
responsible," Laster said, "I
blame Dwight Elsenhower for the
r Laster 'Saio; "I live near the
school and I feel like I live .in
Stover, one of 602 graduates,
which included i Negro "Ernest
Green, admitted he spat on Tliel.
ma Johnson as a crowd filed out
of the stadium after the Dacca
laureate program. , j.
BURBANK, Calif., (UPI)-Lock.
heed Aircraft Corp. Wednesda y
announced operation of a small small-scale
scale small-scale nuclear test reactor system
has begun at its George nuclear
laboratories, which it operates for
the Air Force. The facility is de.
voted to development oi
MORTGAGES FOR SALE
Monthly payments including
. .7o interest
J- ,1.V'-' if
v Ton crand Investments.
FOR SALE. Dining room set
very reasonable price, in very
' good condition,, hot water, heat-.
er television set 21" $100.00,
in good working condition. Celt
alt day Tel. 2-0192 and after
; p.m. call 3-0798. ' ;
' FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
buffet, China closet, 8 chairs
$200.00. 3 Chinese rugs blue,
$45.00. Balboa 4437 Hie. 381
Los Rios. ; .'" v'v,i- .'-
FOJt SALE: rGas stove, 4 burn burn-en,
en, burn-en, girl bicycle, all perfect con-,
dition. Very cheap. Tel. 756 Co Colon.
lon. Colon. v i. i
FOR SALE: .Dinette set, 7 5.
Stove, $40. Hot water heater,
$65. Phone 3-0983, Panama.
FOR SALE : Refrigerator, all
porcelain. Frigidaire, duty paid,
in excellent condition. Bargain.
Telephone Panama 3-1702.
Emmanuel Baptist ;
Church To Qbserye 1
. tho brotherhood of the Emma Emmanuel
nuel Emmanuel (Baptist Church, Pueblo Nuevo
will celebrated Father's Day to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 3:00 p.m.'
The menof the Brotherhood have
devoted much time in selecting
various artists of this and other
communities to appear on their
A prize will be offered to the
most outstanding father of the year
by the judges, c selected for this
The 15-item program will be of
vocal, instrumental ana elocution elocutionary
ary elocutionary numbers, ry
Tvirnn F. Vickers assistant pas
tor of The First. Baptist Church,
Balboa Heights, will De .uie. prin.
cipal speaker. Vickfirs ds one- of
the founders of this- mission.
' Aside fromthe prze ouerea jq
the most outstanding father of tnc
Emmanuel Baptist Churchy all ba-
chelors will be :givea momenw
at the -entrance. v 'N j
Bill To Legalize
In Italian Senate
'.ROME (UPD-A divorrt' bill
was the first and; explosive' Issue
placed before Italy's new; Senate.
whiih rnnvpnps todav.
, The bill, expected to stir a lively
controversy in, 93 per cent cam
nlie Tt.alv. was filed with, the Sen
ta rmrpn ii Wednesday nieht i by
Sen, Giuliana Nenni,, daughter ot
Socialist Party leader Pietro Wen Wen-ni,
ni, Wen-ni, and f ellow-Socialist Sen. Luigi
Renato Sansone ; v '
Tt was a reolica of similar
bill which was -turned down, by a
Catholic 'and, rightwing -majority
Jn'the old parliament, and was
. i -T... .'i it. .t
ejcpeciea vo-meei uie name
The measure, known as mue
divorce" bill, calls for dissolution
of marriage in a limited number
of cases, such as:
Imprisonment -of one of the
partners for, 15 years or more;
Attempted murder of the other
Abandonment for 15 ;.. consecu.
Foreign citizenship allowing di divorce
vorce divorce in a foreign country.
There is no divorce of narkind
in Italy at present. 1
THEATRE No. 1 Pern Ave.
V iCkbeMY AWAKO WIHNEK
I "BEST ACTMSST
- AT THErJ ItSTl '' i
' a Craatf HsaMftray's .
fan vjiio:a i
Mm Tnwr-wriaoncoi- m '
JOSffMCAllllAiKMllKA wnwv ty ,,
"EltSAM WOOD "J
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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: -. Three deep-sea
' Diosei powered fishing schooners,
.60 to 75 ft. long, complete with
cork insulated ice boxes holding
from 15 to 25 tons of ke, all -sails,
electrical equipment, tele telephones,
phones, telephones, sounding devices, and :
in first class condition, now an
' gaged in Red Snapper and Group,
er 'fishing in the Campeche Gulf
'area. For full description and
photographs, write Star Fish fir
Oyster Co., Inc., P. O. Box 26,
Mobile, Alabama. U. S. A. :
FOR SALEW-Wooden shrimp
boat built 1 957 operating well
now. Write box 1059 Panama.'
Club Altamira To
Vit'i Program At
Father's Day, will be- observed
tomorrow by Club Altamira with
a program at the Paraiso Theater
to honor all fathers of this coun.
1 The program will be the Club's
fifth annual celebration. Compet-'
ent artists, speakers, and notab e
personalities and honored guests
will be present.
This year's program will feature
three outstanding personalities :Lt
Gov. Hugh M. Arnold, Judge Gu Gu-thrie
thrie Gu-thrie F. Crowe, and Mrs. Egla
Gooden Lynch. The Lt. Gov: and
Mrs. Arnold will receive the fare fare-well
well fare-well of the Latin American torn.
munity on their departure in July.
Judge Crowe will deliver the
Father's Day message, and Mrs.
Lynch will give the main address.
She will sneak on "The Psycholo
gical Implications of Fatherhood."
The program willbeein with, the
Invocation by the Rev. Paul C.
Loeven, of &l Joseph' Catholic
Church. After the opening remarks
of the i chairman, the Fine Atts
Choral Group, .directed by JIau.
rice H.. Hey wood, will render two
songs. Tenor S-Sgt. Leonard Frank
lin of Albrook Air Force Base, will
be supported by t the accompani
ment of Miss Emily Butcher. i
Following will be the introduc'
tion of Crowe by William G: Arey,
Jr. Immediately -after 'Crowe's
Federal Reserve Board Says
US E conomy Firmed' In M ay,
-' WASHINGTON (UPD- The Fed Federal
eral Federal Reserve Board said yester yesterday
day yesterday taat the national economy defi definitely
nitely definitely "firmed" in May after eight
months of steady decline.. It re reported
ported reported the first increase in indus
trial production since the reces
sion began last fall.
The board said that Its produc production
tion production index..-one of the economy's
key barometers, rose one porntJ
from April to 127 per cent of the
1947-49 average. Its report was
certain in bolster, administration
belief that the business slump hit
bottom in April.
The. board issued Its regular
monthlv summary of businew
conditions as President Eisenhow-
p reieciled the suggestion of Sen,
Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) that he
call a national conference to de
velop a t voluntary program for
holding the line on wages and
"I realize the possible advan advantages
tages advantages of the public conference ap
proach. but I am also conscious
of its obvious hazards," he told
Kefauver In a letter:
But he assured Kefauver he la-
tended "actively to continue jmy
efforts toward the end of foster
ing, in every useful way ; I can
t wage-price poucy in trie nation national
al national interest" ,
Kefauver released the' Presi President's
dent's President's letter amid these other
The directors of the U. S.
Chamber ': of Commerce urged
business executives to fight the
recession by stiffening their re resistance
sistance resistance to the demands of labor
unijns for wage increases.
Wames B. Carey, president of
Ihe AFL-CIO Electrical Workers
Union, told a union employment
conference big business deliber
ately "manufactured", the eco
nomic slump in order to launch
a drive on organized labor.
Leon Keyserling, chairman of
the Conference on ; Economic
Progress and a former member
nf tha Truman administration,
told the meeting that unless the
administration .changed its. pres-1
Spanish Program! r
FIESTA EN EL
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S1AFW A 17
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
B0X1211. CRISTOBAL CZ.
WANTED: Small flat I e d
printing preil, type net import-
ant. John I. Davis. Box 139, Bal-V
' bea, C. 2..., (,4 ;;':
WANTED: Handyman chauf
four and wife as maid. $100 per
month, sleep in. References .re .required.
quired. .required. Phone 3-1081.-
WANTED: Used Chinese Orion Orion-tal
tal Orion-tal rugs, carved teokwood chest
ef drawers. Rattan diningroom
set. Phone Ft. Clayton 6 1 1 5.
Mark Fathers Day
message will be the barbershop
Quartet,- the Pan Can Alley Four.
Then, Aliamira's guest artist for
this year, pianist Francisco V.
Mowatt. will interpret two master.
pieces of Chopin and Manuel v de
Falla. Miss Myrtle Green, sopra
no, will render her selections just
before the chairman introduces the
pflnciapl speaker of the program,
Mrs. Lynch, professor of English
at. the Liceo de Seftoritas in Pa
The Instrumental i Progressive
Trio, with' Kenneth A. Joseph, di director,
rector, director, will precede7 the address.
The wellknown Atlantic side voeat.
ist, Samuel Skeete, baritone, will
sing. The Choral Croup will cli
max the presentation of Artists' on
Closing remarks will embody
"farewell salute" to Lt.-'Gov. and
Mrs. Arnold. The Rev. i F. H.Wal,
ters of the First Baptist' Church
of Paraiso) will administer the
benediction. ;?The anthems; of the
United States and Panama will be
played, by Mrs. Lucille Ford with
the audience participating, Kv,
A iie urugrain wiu pegin upon ine
arrival of Judge ,Crowe at 2:55
p.m., and the general public is urg
ed to be on tiaje in order to avoid
disturbances caused by lata com-
ers. l l
ent policies "another worse recess
siorcwul be in the works in an
other few years." '. "
' Despite the slight rise, the Fed
eral i Reserve iBoard's .production
index still remained about 12 per
cent peiow tne aii-trmt peaK set
But the board said In, Its month monthly
ly monthly appraisal of business conditions
that the May production rise "re "reflected
flected "reflected a small gain in activity in
durable goods industries, following
a decline of about one-fifth from
August to April.' 1 t
;.',.,!.;. .':'r.',-,' ; V'1"!.'-'." r';p'
These Industries have borne tho
brunt of the economic downturn.
"Economic activity firmed v in
May following eight months of
decline," the board said. "Indus
trial production, employment and
incomes edged up, and retail
sales were maintained. Unemploy Unemployment
ment Unemployment declined more than season seasonally."
ally." seasonally." V
. Although the durable goods in
dustries continued the main weak
point in the economy, the board
sounded an optimistic note in re.
porting the May rise. These in
dustries produce such consumer
items as automobiles, -refrigera
tors, television seta and household
The seasonally adjusted auto
production Index rose about one one-fifth
fifth one-fifth in May, to 96 per cent of the
1947-49 average and remained at
that level into early June. Auto
sales also reached a new high for
the year in May.
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WINS. PORTUGAL ELECTION
LISBON UPD The' govern
ment backed president elect,
Americo Tomas, m polled 80 per
cent of the votes cast in t Portu
gal's extensive overseas provinces
in Sunday's election, the gpvern gpvern-ment.
ment. gpvern-ment. information office reported.
Wednesday night, Tomas,' the
present Navy minister, gained 'an
overwhelming majority in the
mainland vote to clinch the vic
tory over Gen. Humberto Delado
by Sunday night.
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SHREVEPORT, La. (UPf
moriues resumed their sear
dawn today for
a young a
wnose oroken romance
on an apparent suicida flii-fii
Still unsupportd was a rep
that an airplane erashed about
miles southeast of Shrevep
Thursday around : the tima
man 3C Don Keeton, 19, of I
t? '.,;:;. -.m-Afi ',lt::, '4
: Keeton,' despondent becai;
sweetheart f calledoff their -"Tu
riage, took off. in a single-enr
Cessna- $40 yesterday fron an
port; at Gulf port, Miss. The (J (J-Aeronautics
Aeronautics (J-Aeronautics Authority (CAA) i
the plane was last seen in t
vicinity of i ; Monroe, La., i
miles ea sC ?of Shrevepbrt. j
. The airman4 took off at 1
a.m. e.d.t.-Thursday, taxiing i '1
Gulfport manager W. H. Che
"like he didn't recognize me."l
Keein landed! at Alexandria
an apparent attempt to refUel," P
caretaker W. M. Mayo- gaid;'
apparently became suspicious
took off again. f
' Tha VOuth'a mothM--Vra 1 J
beUe Keeton of Dallas, gaid l
son Vwas supposed to get m
ried' to Doris Lynn Bowline'
li.j'ear-oia oea. nut the
called off their plans.
Keeton left a note saying t
iuce ne nan to me i might
well die in a plane." He had 1
weight and become downcast.
cause of the girl's decision,!
mother said.. , A
I llicn Mulrrt re
FN 1 li
: Instead of receiving a B.A..I
gree from Howard Univers
Washington, last weekend as t
reported, Miss Louisa J. Mule
former resident of La Boca( f
graduated as a medical docto
Before going to Howard, t!
Mulcare attended Hunter Colli
whic awarded her the B A.
will serve her internship at KK
County hospital in' Brooklyn
Miss Mulcare left for Trinidatf
a two-week' vacation. She is
youngest: daughter of Rev. J'
T. Mulcare, deceased, and '. I
Mulcare, Brooklyn resident,
were well known figures on
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On Sale By Bids
At Naval Station
The Rodman Naval Station I
advertised ior sale by competif
sealed bids, miscellaneous rep
ment parts for marine engines
lectric ranges, and refrigeral.
Other items being offered for I
include lumber; paint, file c
nets, cable, and tables. I
The property may be Inspef
and copies of the invitation to!
may be ootained on any reg
working day through June 25.
by contacting the sales office, H
ing No. 31, Kodman Naval Sta
Phone Rodman 3847.
Bids must be received not 1
than the bid opening time st
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for yearsanything on your mind?"
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' Today's Program
S;00 CFM NEWS- 5
3:15 TruraatUuitle TeUvitw
3:30 Wide Wide World i
5.00 Ozark Juhllct
J30 PANORAMA :
7:30 Oh Susanna
8:00 Arthur Munay :
8:80 Robin Hood Sep I May ST
. :00 Cieorge Gnbel
30 Highway Patrol
10-00 Encore: Golf Show
n:oo rrs nws
11:15 Encore: Playwrights SO.
Courtesy of Aerorias Panama Airways t
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OFFICE HOURS: from JB a.m. to 8 p.m.
GOP Policymaker Suggests .
MSHap.aSalaliiiiiai i v
Vcurio Copf Gifts May End
Adams' Political Usefulness
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WASHINGTON, June 14 (UPI)-Sen.; Charlest Potter, a
meYofthV Republican policy committee, today suggested
SeSKntial SsUnt Sherman Ad'ams ma, have "lost hw use-
the Truman Snistration, and that roes for vicuna coats and
oriental rugs, too,'' the Michigan Republican said in a state.
""""Unless Adams can present a fuller explanation than that
in the letter published yesterday, he ha lost his .usefulness to
tbe waslron'gest statement if. a hifh-rahkin, Republican
in the fast-buUding controversy surrounding Adams' acknewl acknewl-edged
edged acknewl-edged acceptance of favors from a Boston textile-executive who
had troubles witn ne juvwuu."..
The textile millionaire is Rus.
iian-born Bernard GoldfUHvwho
picked up J2000 in tabs tor Adams
and bis family at the Sheraton Sheraton-Plaza
Plaza Sheraton-Plaza hotel in Boston in the last
Adams admits he let Goldfine
pay the bills but had understood
the hotel suite was maintained on
a continumrasis- : i ..n -Adams
d "insinuations" he brought in.
fluehce to bear on Federal a.
gmcies en behalf of his ong.
Adams' statements were .made
In a letter Thursday to chairman
Oren Harris of the House subcom.
inittee investigating Federal regu regu-latory
latory regu-latory agencies. ,'
' The subcommittee was schedul.
,d to resume its inquiry Monday
with testimony irom, Edward
Howrey, former chairman of we
Federal Trade Commission, who
was contacted by Adams in be be-half
half be-half of Goldfine in 1953 and 1955.
Meanwhile, questions arose
whether .Adams. had accepted
girts from Goldfine of a $2400
Oriental rug two years ago and
m costly wool coat made from
the hair of South America's
rare Vicuna Hama. ,
White House press secretary
'James C Hagerty yesterday re reaffirmed
affirmed reaffirmed the President s confa.
dence in his 59-year-old chief
aide when a, reporter noted that
Rep. Peter F. Mack (B-Ul.) had
. gaid Eisenhower should demand
Ai.nms' resignation. fVfe
The newsman asked iT Hagerty
' could say whether the President
. i t-tnntiAn nf firin'e Adams.
Sure I can," the press secretary
ghot back: "The answer is: ui
Hagerty refused to answer fur fur-At.
At. fur-At. MisAet An jihniit Adams
UiCl uucowwue; ------ t
atatemeht Thursday denying that
he ever sought preierreu
ment from federal-agencies .for
the industrialist, ; his old friend
Bernard Goldiine.;. ww-.
a A .isn aalrl he made or
directed others, to make phone
calls to get information for Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine or to arrange appointments
for him with government agen.
cies. But he flatly denied seeking
preferred treatment ior tne
Hagerty said Thursday the
President had talked to jadams
about the matter, had seen the
lr in Harris -and : Still haS
nmnlet confidence" in bis aide.
rt ArUma' aptinno were sharp-
ly criticized by Rep. Mfeck and
Sens. Jonn J. wiuiams nw.
and Wayne Morse (D-Ore.
Ahmmi Double Standard
wiiiiim loader in the drive
to expose scandalsvin-govemment
Arna fha TVnmnn administration
said there could not be any dou.'
ble-standard for morality in pon
;' l .......
Moonfim Ren. Perkins Bass
(R-N. H.). an old friend of Adams
called a news conference to de de-fend
fend de-fend the presidential aide. But he
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' f hours ending 8 a.m. today, Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
..High., M N
- Low " "
r High 98 87
I v Low 79 74
' (max; mph.) S15 NW-12
t RAIN (inches) .05 0
- Water temp:
(inner harbors) 84 84
SUNDAY, JUNE 15
t. High ., Low
" t:16 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
2:23 p.m. 8:58 p.m.
r, c l I ;..
WILLIAM HOLDEN ALEC
wound un .tellinc newsmen that
"In. retrospect ne snouian i nave
done iU" ? civ "r':" r; r;-However,
However, r;-However, .,; Bass insisted that
AHome' intPLTlt.V was abUVe 1 T6-
rpoach. '. He said i he considered
Adams ."as clean as a hounds
tnnth" nhrasA coined bv Eisen.
however during the 1952 presiden
tial campaign, yr..
; -A-vrffj; ;! -H'."'!
The'congressmaa said ha might
have to reconsider, however if it
turned iout there was' ny truth
to a report that Adams also had
accented, a .8700. .coat from '.Gold-
Haeerty. who i promised Thurs.
day-1 to look... into this report,
brushed, aside au yuesuons aouui
it at his meeting with reporters
Adlai Stevenson 5
rvnrir.n HTPiUiAdlai E. Ste-
iicoH ProsiHpntial Aide
Sherman Adams of pious preach.
ing, av holier than inou ratuaei
and hyproensy yesteraay. s ,
The-s twiccdefeated Democratic
.nrfirfgta fnr r President USed
scorching language in .comment.
on Adams' admission tnai ne lei
B os to n manufacturer Bernard
flnlfMina tiiv hi hntfl hills.
"I am tired of pious preaching
from Sherman Adams Steven.
son said. "I don't like holier
than thou attitude. This Is not the
only example of hypocrisy in the
administration." 1 1
Stevenson made the remarks, at
a news conference at wnicn ne
outlined, the itinerary, of a three,
month trip his summer which
will take him and two of his sons
to the Soviet Union. -y
Stevenson protested ne; is not
"sufficiently informed to .express
judgments on morals in; the Pres.
ident's ofiice.';(i,c i ) K-
A-VHoweven, I remember a hum.
ber of statements about how the
Eisenhower administration would
h 'rlpuner than a hound's
tooth," Stevenson said. ;?V;
Stevenson said he was not only
tired of Sherman Adams, but was
also weary of businessmen win.
nhjg; favor in-.; Washington. Per.
haps there will always be special
favors asked and granted in gov.
ernment, Stevenson said, but "the
President's office is different."
Stevenson said he" had received
a "cool, even hostile" admlnis-
propet9rr an international eco
nomic, veenierence. oui neu
European nations indicated strong
support for the proposal. -As
for his political plans, Ste Ste-venson
venson Ste-venson said "I am not, have not
been and will not be a candidate
in I960.". v f. . , ;
- wAcurNfiTrtTtf ttpti r The
Washington Daily News headed
Us Sherman Adams ; story jouay
with this sentence:
- Tho Whifa TTraiKA waS hllSV to.
day trying to restore the pristine
sheen of a, nouno s tootu to us
Raraiso Civil ;
To Meet Wpnday
Th Paraisn TKril DpfpnRK Vft-
lnrttppr Cnm "will -meet Monday
at 7:30 p.m.. at the school. First
aid instruction will continue with
William H. Gordon the instructor
and plans will also be : discussed
for the home care of the sick and
injured course which will be si v v-en
en v-en under the leadership' of Miss
Janet Alraena Marshal
All members of the Volunteer
Corps are urged lo attend. The
general public ip invited. ;
;CfS: 1.00 -SO
12:30,. 3:10 8:00,; 9:05 p.m.
GUINNESS JACK HAWKINS
EMPLOYES OF, THE SUPPLY
Awards Given PanCanal Employes
For Outstanding Records Of Safety
Tf .nma Knhvlnnian had started
to work about 19 centuries before
fh. hri.tinn r and had conti
I nued without interruption until now
without naving an accraenb, u
would have accumulated enough
Hna. iii' cnnol thn man Tears of
safe work of a group be employes
in the Supply and Community Ser
vice Bureau. 11
Safatv a ward flnr individuals
and units,; ranging up to more than
45 years or service, nave i.qjusi
been presented by L. A; Ferguson
hin-snh rliroftir An imapinative
employe in the bureau added the
man years of sate worx ana came
up With' 3,854.'
Twenty-sus supervisor safety .a-;
01 Malenkov's Death
MOSCOW (UPIV-Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev said
Thurariav nioht rpnnrtt that for.
mer Premier Georgi Malenkov
U.J ..4 tk.trAi.iniip Pro
tnier Nikolai A. Bulganin V had
been banished f rom Moscow were
He 'filso laugfied off reports- that
Mit-hdll" Knelnv iptpAhTV of the
Communist Party-Presidium, had
been sent into "exile-
Tha Trnrt prnnnpn 1lt because
of the long absence of Bulganiu
anA Snalnv from official functions
in Moscow. Rumors of Malenkov's
dea'th have circulated inMoscow
for- some, trme.-..':': -w.
"v t Vnnw" all ahnut these ru
... vkniihchev tn n rpnortem
at a reception ai.uir- iohubu
. r . 1..- AU (T,!)i4 nU Vm.
hassv rnursaav niuik ..
il. niil Uilcntnv W9.I an vp:
Siisinv was vacationing, and Bui
cranin was recovering ; from an
"Malenkov is auve; xou can
buy a ticket to visit him, Jfflalen Jfflalen-i,
i, Jfflalen-i, : i.f inn rennrtpd manaeine
a power stations- bout 2,000 miles
from Moscow. '
"You can get a Dimng sun to
swim with Suslov. 1
I'knA .-vmi ran miv. a bouauet
flowers to visit, Bulganin m the
New York Mayor
'.-...'. !,:'S;,i'.' i-v'S'?.'- .-'fV.A.,;,
KXf.vs vobk ftlPD The : nine
N0rn children who were the ccn.
ter of the integration battle at
Little KocK i venirat mgn ocnuoi
mufvit" an : ?rrf .ifilal welcome at
New York's City Hall today.
Mayor itoDeri r ;:: w agner re.
ceived the youngsters at his of.
fice, telling them he was "de "de-iinhtoH"
iinhtoH" "de-iinhtoH" hnih an mavor" and a
"humble Mew xorser w wei-
come the visitors from uuie
Wagner told ihe nine that dur,
ing their visit to the city, they
Would see the progress made here
against racial discrimination, but
added: ' ;
"Many : things remain to be
done; but in giving equal rights
to-all citizens, New York City is
in the forefront and we are going
to keep battling in that direc
tion." ' '
The youngsters received the an.
nual award of the Hotel and Club
Employes r Union for the
individual or group having donn
the most during the preceding
year to combat racial discrimina.
tion; They were honored later at
a dinner attended by Gov, Averell
MSDICINI TO THAILAND
rt i niMnnM f TIPTV Moscow radio
said last night that the soviet
Union will fly a shipment of med.
icine to Thailand. to help Jight, the
cholera epidemic in that south,
east Asian country. The broad,
cast said the serum was offered
by the Soviet ambassador in
AND COMMUNITY SERVICe'bU
wards and 25 units safety awards
were made at the ceremony for
the calendar year 1957. 1 ,.
Tn ariiiitinn t.n these. AS emnlnves
received 30-year safety certificate
and gold jteys,;wniie a owners re received
ceived received 20-vear certificates and silv
er- keys.--' '4-',:.r.iA
Among those to receive awards
was Herbert E. Atherton, Ancon
Laundry employe, whohas u put
tnepthpr an astonishing 47 vears
of work with no lost-time accident.
Second in pomt of longevity was
Reuben E. Gallimors, of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Storehouse, with a 45-vear safe
ty, record, and third was Clifford
h. ureen, Margarita retail store
employe, with 42 years of service.
For Fliers Again :
PTPPT.TM Jnn 14 fUPi u. The
Soviets today again disclaimed re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for the (release of
nina- American tprviremen who
today completed their first week,
in East German Communist cap
, A sDokesman'for the Soviet em-
bassy ; in East Berlin predicted
the new. U.S. note to tne Soviets
demanding return of the helicop helicopter's
ter's helicopter's prisoners, "will not have
An East German government
spokesman said,', it was fruitless
for the U. S. to. keep on writing
to the Soviets.
He said both the Soviets ,and
East Germans clearly have told
thn IT S if it wants the men back
it must negotiate with the east
uerman governmen. .-r.--.v-v'-'-
. Th IT'S, vesterdav "sent' a sec
nfiri nnta tn Knviet anthnritip in
Germany. It' asked, for, release of
th eiirht. nffippr and one ser
geant captured a week ago today
wnen ineir army neiitupitr u;
pA hahind thn Iron .Curtain: v
The second note was sent aft
er; the, ISoviet : high command
Tnursaay rejectea v-o. aemanas
for release of the men. xne bp
vipf. told Gen. H. I. Hoes, com
mander of U.S.' forces in Europe,
the : matter was hevnnd Soviet
competence. The Soviets said the
U.S. must deal witn sovereign
Soviet and East German spokes
men today indicated the Soviet
high command will reject the sec
ond American note too. i
At Panama U, j;
. k ftnamsh rnnrso fnr Fnclish
speaking people at the University
ot f anama wui De new trom next
Mnnriav tn Julv xl.nn Mnnnava
Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Morning classes: beginners: at
8:30; intermediate:1 9:30 advanc
ed: 10:30. ,
, Evening classes? beginners:- at
, advanced: at 7 p.m.
COLOMBIA SKAt CLUtf MEMBERS ARRIVE VIA AVIANCA Members or Bogoli and Medellin
Skal Club which includes executives in all fields of the travel industry, arrived a few daya ago at
Tocumen airport aboard Avianca's, EI Panameno flight to spend several days in Panama.
Fcrni Girl Wins
31$l Spelling Bee
WASHINGTON (UPI) Joiitta
Krhlehiiherj 14. a nrettv blonde
.farm girl from McPherson, Kan.,
correctly i .: speuea syuepsis -today
to win $1,000 and the
31st annual National spelling uee
The peppy eight grader from
a two-room rural school outspei.
led 67 opponents, aged 10 to 15, in
a two.day war of tongue-twisting
words. ". ..
Terry Madeira, 13, of Elizabeth,
town Pa won second olace and
$500 after spelling "propylaeum"
with an "V instead ot a "i".
Joiitta' and Terry both reached
the top after getting s econd
chances in earlier rounds which
touched off protests from some
adult escorts of oiner contestants,
i The bee broke into one of the
Innripst. unrnars of its historv
when the judges allowed Joiitta to
proceed i successtully to qum qum-cunx"
cunx" qum-cunx" after she left an "s" out
of "dissyllabic" in round 22. !:
While Joiitta, who wants to be a
missionary, prayed,, the f Judges
overruled the protests.
Thev pawn her another trv De.
pmiRp nrnnouncer Benson S. Alle.
man had permitted her to give an
incorrect pronounciation ot ; D1S
vllahiJ',, hpfara snelline it. ; i, V
Terry, the runner-up, had mis.
begun "nihility": with an "ne" in
round 25. But she got a reprieve
when her mother,: Mrs. Mary Ma Ma-dnira
dnira Ma-dnira pnnvinfed the iudffea the
pronouncer should have given an
extra nronunciation. -1 ms aiso
t.mirhpd nff storm of orotests.
Third nlare and $250 went to
Stanlpv A. Schmidt 14. of Cincin.
nati, whose undoing was canat.
lculus." He spelled it "canalicul-
A fourth prize of $100 was
awarded Tina Strauss,- 13, of
Pittsburgh, who lost on "soubise."
She spelled it "saubisse."
Joiitta reached "syllepsis,"
which means a summary or
bringing together, after breez.
ing through "prologuize," "serke.
ous," 'baccalaureate,": v "Pangy-
ric," "malapropism," naruspex
"cachinnatory, and ."'guerdoner.1'
BOOST ACID OUTPUT '
WILMINGTON, Del. (UPI) -Hercules
Powder Co. yesterday
announced it is boosting concen concentrated
trated concentrated nitric acid production by
ui tnn daily through completion
of a new unit at the Parlin, N.J.
mant. The comnanvwul now oe
turning out 200 tons a day, in
: After o certain oge you don't
hove to ovoid temptation, it
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Eisenhower Demands Setting-Up'Of. Airj
Traffic Cop' Agency To Stop Collisions
WASHINGTON fUPn : Presi
dent Kisenhnwer demanded nr.
gent congressional action Friday
to create an au-powenui air trai.
fic cop agency to control civilian
ana military tngnts ana stop col collisions
lisions collisions in the; nation's congested
airways. 1 V-
The Presroent sent a special
mpssafp tn the Hnnso and Spn.
ate ureinff them- to aDornve Jeeis-
lation setting up a new Federal
Aviation Agency d aa) at tne
earliest practicable date." '.
Bills already have been Intro-
dnned In hnth hnuspQ tft net nn
such an agency. But they are still
in tne commi.tee stage, ine agen agency
cy agency would be headed hv an ad-
miniatrotnr annninted hv the
President and subject, to Senate
The new agency, to be a part
absorb the Civil Aeronautics Ad-
of the executive brach, would
absorb the Civil Aeronautics Ad
a i i ji. n
minisuauon auaa;- ana rres rres-ideni's
ideni's rres-ideni's Airways Modernization
Board which have been taking
emergency steps to stop air col collisions.''
lisions.'' collisions.'' "-: :: '' 1 -i : j' ;;:-'.-,.-'v'-.-. -Would
,lt would combine to the extent
possible the present separate con con-trrr
trrr con-trrr svstema fnr civilian and mil
itary flights, blamed Jargely for
recent collisions ot airliners ana
military jets. However, there
would be no. "impairment of na na-tioal
tioal na-tioal defense."
"The President sard he decidod
to ask Congress to act now ; in instead
stead instead of next year because a re
cent iet-airliner collision over
Maryland which took 12 ilieS.
made it arDarent "that the need
for action is so urgent. .
(D-Okla.j of the Senate aviation
subcommittee, said he was, ''de ''delighted
lighted ''delighted to have the President's
chairman a. MiKft munronev
He said his subcommittee was
US Pianist To Be
Heard Monday llinht
AI llaiicnal Thealer
Daniel Ericourt, eminent Amer-
. -.:. ...ill kn jfha enlnict
with the -National Symphony Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra at the : National : Theater
Mnndav tliltht. V vr
, KricniirT, ..was m raiiama.
vear.i giving concerts; at the Na.
1 Theater and the Panama
University, and also in ; different.
Cities. Ill we xvcyuum;. (
' ? Currently on a tour which has
taken him through the United
Ctatec F.nrnne. Middle East and
the Orient., 'and South and Cen Central
tral Central America, Ericourx was high
ly acclaimea in san Jose tor ms
last concert before coming to Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. 5
.Tickets for his concert on Mon Monday
day Monday night can be obtained at the
Department of Fine Arts of the
Ministry of Education, or on Mon Monday
day Monday at, thn NatinnaT Theater hmt
office from 9 a.m. to noon, and
trom 3 p.m. until curtain time,
at-the following prices: orches
tra and box spats $150- .dress
circle: $1; Balcony: 50 cents.
entUrlM &h0Wn &fter the
.3. T,iia!,J2. le "l?3 "Pwer quired for the
-o-'-j "c iiiuuuucea v last
month, and 'will be glad, to con con-sider
sider con-sider any specific suggestions"
the President recommends.
r ,,r : v ', " iwagnuson
(D-Wash.) of thei parent Senate
v-uuiiiicive ummiuee saia isisen
cide pretty closely with the views
of our committee regarding' this
allJimportant prohlem. of air safe safe-ty
ty safe-ty and the measures deemed best
to --meet it.,V'--H',' 1 f;-'-:i'-,.-Collisions
Emphasize fii :
-The President said '''recent mid midair
air midair .collisions of aircraft, ocqa ocqa-sioning
sioning ocqa-sioning tragic losses' of human
life, have emnha&ired tha nuj
for a system of air traffic rman-
semeut wnicn wiu prevent, with
ing thej limit of human ingenuity
a, recurrence of such accidents
. He .sfiid Mie
FAA .. should
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ANWAPftl.TS ROTINn i-'1 Keceivlnc i a mnA lnclr send-nf f frn.
Rear Adm. George Wales (left), the Navy's No. 1 officer in;th
Canal Zone, is Enrique Alberto Thayer, Panama's nominee fd
the XJJS. Naval Academy. ".The youth, son ot i Mr. ; and 4 Mr!
Roosevelt G. Thayer of Panama, will leave June 20 for Annpi
polls to begin studies this summer, as a member of the Cla
of 1962. Thayer, who attended Colegio Javier in Panama, is )
graduate of Pennington School of Pennington, N.J., and Mil
lard Preparatory School of Langlois, Oregon,, in the Unite!
, States.-f-(Navy Photo)
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T'.' AN M G M IWLEASe
recent ceremony en Individual
'ii. ,.f ... 1
sponsibllities to.' be Ssined i j
- Accordingly, the President 1 1
nmmended that: Fil
the mdenendoiit. Chrif
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J Board's, (CAB) function of issuin
oiiei.y reguiamons. J) aa waul
continue to report to CAB on c
vilian plane accidents ; and CA
would retain responsibility for d
termining probable cause.
CAB would continue to ; assij.1
air; routes and control r-a t e
charged by airlines. j
' Eisenhower also recommer 1
that-FAA "be given full and pa
amount -authority over the use 1
aircraft ofair space over t
United t States and its ternto'
except m circumstances- of ni
tary emergency or urgent n.
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