The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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OFFICE, 761; 2-0975.. COLON 7797-

"Let the people know the On th and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln

""AonomIsts Declare

: Balboa' Magistrate's i-, C du r ti
,dealt exclusively n with traffic 1
: Mims today r-its ', four -, indivi indivi,
, indivi, duals appeared ,firi five separate
' t,harges., ?r, ','.,, It, -,, ,'',t :, : .,,i'. ,,, ',',
-, Jeannette'!4 Gan, , 21-yearOld'
A:Arriericen -of Balboa,'., was flipd
4: 323,, for driving too last for-saie,b
''''-':,3y, While 'negotiating a curve' on
', gravel-surfaced K-9, The 'charge,
!,:.;. testae; dfrom ,,an accident oc-1
,.. curring ', some days ago whenl
'y'(, Miss t Galt skidded and -turned'
,,,,, over while driving on K-9. withl
',' a youthful crnpanion., The fine
wat I spat, ,,, A -,, in lavor 2of one,
year obatiOn. '. '!, ',, ,, ',,;,'-, I
, .4," Jul o lzpez, 29; Panamanian',
Was nicked twice, each time for'
- $5, -First,' :for' driving a,' .truck
with onlyn restricted operator's
license., and second,' for operate operate;,
;, operate;, 1113 the ,, truck,' without a panel
,' Zone inspection sticker, '',',1':,',',,
., Another Panamaniad,', !Wien !Wien,
, !Wien, do M. Ramirez. 39, was fined
, CO for following too elbsely 'be 'be'
' 'be' ,tind another ,vehicle ,,,, along
)' Frangipani Street ,,-, ',,-,' ',,'4',; 'Et! '',
,,James C., Twomey; 32-year-old
, .i,t1,13.,' citizeni wa charged, with
, 1,, starting too quickly In' Coroal,
41-11was found, not guilty of the'



' Perhaps 50 percent 'of Panama's rural population is
living it what economists call "subsistence level" too poor
to buy hidustrial ducts and therefore "outside the
"'This revelation was part of a two-day Cepal-sparked
seminar on Panama's economic situation which ended last
, Unless the "subsistence level" rural population in increases
creases increases its productivity, and is adequately paid for its extra
work, it will be unable to provide, a market for products
manufactured in the terminal cities and the provincial cap capitals.
itals. capitals.
Without rural prchasing power, such industries may
face failure.

, a brother, Archdeacon teni


The Civil Defense exercise became a little too realistic yesterday for the customers in the
Balboa Retail Store' and for at lust one of the employes.
Shortly after the all clear whistles blew and the rescue exercises began, shoppers in Bah
boa were startied to see Mrs. G. J. Connard, Commissary Supervisor, being carried uncon
scions from the,setond Door of the building and taken to the Balboa First Air Station by two
Canal Zone policemen,
At the same time), numbei of customers came down from the secOnd floor apparently
half blinded by ammonia fumes.
The trouble, 'it ,was found, had nothing 6 do with atomic bombs or submarine attacks.
The refrigeration crew at -the Retail Store, had been flushing out the ammonia lines in
the cold storage section and. the Duties somehow were sucked into the air conditioning unit
in the dress section,on the second floor.
Tore lire trucks from the Balboa Fire Station were dispatched to the scene and firemen
investigated the accident.'
Mrs. Connard was given first aid at the aid station and returned to her duties in Balboa
yesterday afternoon.

Pan Canal's Wheel-sore 'Old Grey Muies'
Nearer To Pasture; Repicements'Sought

. Work, it will no unaose, to pi tiva.00, 0, wa,, 117 I ,, I 10......,.......
Invitations have gone out to flounced informally it plan planManufactured
Manufactured planManufactured in the terminal cities and the provincial cap- some of the principal heavy sled to buy 45 modern high highReis
Reis highReis machinery manufacturers In the speed ship-towing units to
United States to bid 011 furnish- replace its wheellore "old
Without rural prchasing power, such industries may ing replacemen locomotives for grey' mules."
face failure. , Canal locks: All of the presently employ
Last March, the Canal an- ed locomotives are veterans,
, Another Sector of the Cepal Cepal technician Dr. Osvaldo '-', and few have been creeping
studiee ; of Pallatna'gt. -eoonomy Sunkel was the chief economist back and forth along the
. concerned the country's imports. assigned by the parent body to Gatlin Lake- live!, lock-walls sine the Canal
BtlailleSSMen ,, at,the, 'seminar explain the report on Panama , ,,,,, opened.
were told .Pansime needs to in- and answer questions. ..., The 45 replacements would
crease her industrial prodUction '' have required a contract in the
Drops -,, Despite
to reduee, ,her abnormally' high Tne Seminar held at Pananta .. ,,,,, ,,., ,.,, :, neighborhood of $6,000,000. But
. percentstge of "soft.',goeds7 '1,,,m7 truivUralt,3,'' was a local widen- R -, A,,,,- ,, ,.... .,. Current testo of special lenders
and efficiency techniques being
,-,-- r, .,;:,:,' ,-,". ,;1,,. :. ,. dnin stemming' frosts the '24-na- ainy idalo' n:. on
- ports.
tion.Cepal conference held here 11 lit', condt,eted sit, Clatun paay make
' kink 'ef, ...'the- ;..rUeney '' that
,.., by,the Latin'Americpt Economic '' 0 ' SOrne change in. the Work Alone
k nOW irrf'- 41002d1 Iv 1'4"; CoMratssionA4 t'lle.4111ited' Nab ',.' lith'inighl 'nearly, st. meistk, '''has by the '-etreamAinfld,',, inlitir, tbe
F suMersE'goed, shoula'be spent
' tiong .r. ,,-.''' "01 "-t, Iv, t'-'1,-0...: -000,4 ,J00 'passed ;,,entee, the,,tmelet,' aigia- canal neede..4 ..,,,,, ,.,. 4,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,
,,-,481,,,,eepithr- goods,' such, 0114 ,,. ,i'' ,", ,, , , ,, ning of the' rainy ',season, the,,,,,ws- la bids 'are being 'ought en
manufacturing, plaMs,', peiter sks.. ..,' .....
. ''''''.".1""".tr twu -seitli hg0,,,Pasim,' ter ,letel ,,,,af ',;.Gittini ,!' take ' ceinti lhtes alternate schedules. 026
fireratorc,machintiools And,. ', ma asked tbe Cepal to make Mle,11 ,t0 tali 411' at' beg to itakt fts Is to furnish 2I towing loco"
'kth items' which' :,snake,, it ; ifli.onMesed analysis of local own. ',''':0"- ', '''.' '' '',''',, IttetiVes,', anotherf3do and it
peisible ,'Io create national,, economic -problems,, with', rec.- 'Iktiiirittle;.',0i. level it, Mot, third Sli .,
,wessith,."4: Ind hence ',develop-, emmeodations lot future poi- den- take ha tontinued. Itt0 climb All schedules Cal for the pur pur,
, pur, .. ., .. .,,..

dlulahinlverstaleinVint' wntaa trao,mlupthale a2Q4..utiena..- R , th, e b
tion Cepal conference held here
ainy le,a on on ,-, conducted Gatun may make
by,the Latin'Americpn Economic ' SOraa change in. the Work lione
CoMmission-c&kfte Mnited' Nab Altliettglf nearly,,e. month., "hal by., the 4treah,ted,,,,,,Unitir, the
tions. 'Passed eince' the-4401ficial'"' beta- Canal needa-4 '" 4,04 4',,'
. , , ning of the ,season, So. bids 'are beIng 'ought en
7-"',Almostr 011;1eine hgee Pate ter letel "-at '.Gittiin !1,,ake conti .1htets alternate schedules. One
ama asked tbe Cepal to make nuea to fall 'dr at beat te hold, lte la to furnish -21 towing loco"
an.imbiased analysis of local own. Inetives- another,(390 and it
economic .problems, with', rec. Mearit' 'I' die; ',the- lettel it Mad, third
ommendations ,ter future poi- den- take hai tontInued la- climb All schedules eall for the pur puricies,..,
icies,.., puricies,.., slowly, during the, past weeks 'de- chase of locomo tives
, , oRite' periodic tybotfa to. main cranes to work ;with the mules
After months of facts-gath- tam- safe levels:, et Gatun Lake. as needed.
ering, the report was -present- Withal recorded since May 1 Decisin to buy the new mules
ed earlier this year. has not been sufficient to renew was made early this year after
When President, Ernesto de la i power generatidn at the Gatun the Canal Comapny decided to can canGuardia,
Guardia, canGuardia, Jr., thanked Cepal for' sPillwaY station, and thus ausilia- eel its option to buy radically dif dif......
...... dif......

, spite' periodic tnno 5
,Ilift,77ai Also:Stressed that, in) -, , ,, 1
asmuch SA 0anamal ',Incolne
. After months Of facia-gath- tain- safe levels' et Gatun Li
from the. Cana and the Canal, ering, the report was present- Rainfall reecorded since M
ficient to rl
Zone is Mit expeCted. to expand, ed earlier this year. has not bne
the Republic need t produce When President, Ernesto de la i 7. ernation at the G
more. saleable prodUcts,,whici) Guardia, Jr., thanked Cepal for aetleioentr,i:ndpothweurs ague,
- may ,be marketed abroad tO its preparation, he also request- rY
tion has been continuous ;
bring in foreign exchange. ed that Panama businessmen,
After two clays of animated politicians and industriali a t s early last Deceinber.
Climbing 'levels at Mad
discussion, the consensus of have the benefits of an explana,
Lake are probably moor
those taking part in the Seml- tio not its contents by Cepal
for by the increased flow ft
nar was that what the countr3' technicians. The Seminar pro- streams originating at his
has to do is to adopt economic vided this.
altitudes, where tradition
development ati 'KS main objec-
- higher rainfalls. aro rotor
tive. '-:. ,.. -,, In the two-day question- early In the season;
."And ,the feeling was that and-answer session, it became -1lowever, despite the Mir
it has to do it right now," in clear that the Panamanians of this, year's dry season, au
the words of one financier businessmen who attended ities-at Balboa Heights said
who attended. ,' feel the country Should move levels did not by any means
. It ,was also the ,Consensua of rapidly to provide highways even close to'record lows re
the meeting that' Panama re- and electric powerUand other ed during 1957, when otiti
quest the Cepal t,o send a grouP basics to expand agricultural section of Madden Lake acti
of- technicians here to work ,l)roduction on One hand,, and went dry.
with and 4 alongside Panama Andipitriallaation en the other. Hydroelectric generation at
government economists. talc- v un Spillway is normally re
Inv the concrete steps that Despite,' their avowed intereat ed 'when the required water
, should stem from the Cepal in many, 'facets of their CotIn- be released from Gahm wit
analysis and suggestions- try's ,affairs. very few students ondagering safe navigation li
, The SeMinar itself passed no dropped into the sessions. in the traffic channel.
reSolutions; it Wag held ;or t.1.1187 , 1, ....,...

ry deisel electric power genera.
tion has been continuous since
early last December.
Climbing 'levels at Madden
Lake ere probably accounted
for by this increased flow from
' streams originating at higher
altitudes, where traditionally
higher rainfalls. are recorded
early In the season;
,-However, despite the severity
of this, year's dry season, authorities-at
Balboa Heights said lake
levels did not by any means sink
even close to'record lows reach reached
ed reached during 1957, when otttlying
section of Madden Lake actually
went dry.
Hydroelectric generation at Gat Gatun
un Gatun Spillway is normally resum resumedwhen
edwhen resumedwhen the required water can
be released from Gatun without
?ndagering safe navigation levels


own-. ' Ittetives,", inothertf ind
'Mesttrettile.; leVel at Mad' third
den take ha tenthmed climb All schedules call fOr the pur purslowly
slowly purslowly during the, past weeks 'de- chase of Ihree,e locomo tives
spite' periodic runoffs to. main- cranes to Weft iwith the mules
tam- safe levels' et Gitun Lake. as 'needed.
Rainfall recorded since May 1 Decision to buy the new mules
has not been sufficient to renew was Made early this year after
power generatidn at the Gatun the Canal Comapny decided to can canspillway
spillway canspillway station, and thus auxilia- cel its option to buy radicall,y dif difry
ry difry deisel electric power genera- ferent towing ,devices patterned
tion has been continuous since after two expelmental test units
early last December. designed and built by the R. G.
Climbing 'levels at Madden LeTourneau firm of Texas.
Lake are probably accounted 'A year's tests showed the Ls
for by the increased flow from Tournsau fender, boom couid
streams originating st higher not be adapted to the locks with.
altitudes. where traditionallY eut reducing the chambers' use usehigher
higher usehigher rainfalls' are recorded able width.
early in the season; The huge rubber tired wheels
-Ilowever, despite the severity of the fender booms are now be beof
of beof this, year's dry season, author- ing used slims ef the fenders
ities -at Balboa Heights said lake being tried out te ste whether
levels did not by any means sink ships WI safely ,, transit under
even close to 'record lows reach- two of mules operating en the
ed during 1957, when otitlying center wall only.
section of Madden Lake actual
went dry. IY All three new bid schedules pro provide
vide provide for the delivery of four lo loHydroelectric
Hydroelectric loHydroelectric generation at Gat- comotives as test units. Bids are
un Spillway is normally resum- to be opened Aug. 14, ,and deli delied
ed delied 'when the required water can very of the test units is to be
be released from Gattm without made 14 months later.
ondagering safe navigation levels The delivery of other units is
in the traffic channel. to begin four months after the ma
nufacturer receives notice that mo mo1
1 mo1 del tests have been satisfactorily
ainhtlw fay Illinh completed with the delivery sched

, ... ..,...
nufaclurer receives notice that mi
cussion only. The next steps are , , e
up to tbe ,, administration anti 1
- Owen B. Shirley, Rainbow City High deol tp tpel
el tpel settle dh:v
ye beeen..e;teisrfyacstcorell
c m ith th d h. n 1
tila aational Assembly., , 1
Treasury .Mirtister' Fernando,,' ,4.- ; ,,,,,,
Eleta presided at the Seminar-1. p te-1
, as he had over the Copal meet I D e 'A i' Ell
rincipa iev' t ni lana Hospital Women Picked Up
ing.. iormer- !rreasury, Minister .. , ,0 ,
RubenCD., Carieso who !was one -,' I ,,' , , With Invaders
- of 50-odd Panama delegates at ,,, , , 1--- o
the meeting, took an active. Owen B. Shirley, principal of uel B. Shirle of St. 'Pa Pe E- Set At Liberty
par,t in the discussion, -,' the RainboW City ,, High' School piscopal ChurYch in Panatnua, .and
, and' prominent Atlantic side resi- a sister, Mrs. Ditti B. Osborne, Two Panamanian women wi
- A ,, dent, died Monday in 'Lon$ HoS- wife of Alfred E. Osborne super super'
' super' The , pital ,in IndianaPolis where he intendent of instruction of the were taken into custody at Nor
bre de Dios when the band of C
a patient for a short Citnal Zone Latin A m e r i c a n
,s ', had been ban invaders surrendered on ME
1, were released yesterday.
, ,., , time, according to news received School& t
'Judge s Bench on the Isthmus. Mr. Shirley was ,
47 years old. Their release was ordered t
Dist Atty. Dario Sandoval wl
Mr. Shirley last year was Rain
, , i ',' r's, Mr. Shirley, who had been bow City Civil Council represen- said he fotmd nothing to indica
that they had taken sides wi
i with thek Canal Zone Division ( of tative to the Governor's confer confer1
1 confer1 ,' ' ' .. Schools since 1929, was born in ence and for any ears has the invaders
, Balboa' Magistrate's C o u r 1, Gatun where his father Michael taken ti el t tY i f The women, Maria de Jesi
,dealt exclusively with traffic Shirley was employed in the con-- en ac ve par. n. c Inc a Fins and Adriana Maria Lope
fairs on the Atlantic aide. d d:
: d: offenses, tOday as .fOur indivi- struction of .Gatun Locks. He at. sal they came along with t1
deals aPPeared,P11 Me separate tended Canal Zone schools and The remains' will be brought Cubans when -they surrenderf
charges. ft, ",i' i has studied 'at the University of back to the Isthmus,,for bviaL because it was they only wl
- Jeannette 1,,,Gau, 21-year-old
1,A Minnesota and New York- Univer- Funeral arrangements will be an- they could get out of Nombre (
4nterican of Balboa,. WaS fliv" sity. He was first employed ire uounced later. Dios.
.1. $25 for drivirig too last for-saie- 1929 as a first grade feacher at 1.-- 4. -----'
-,,ty While,tegottatin; a Ciltle On Rainbow City. School. then ,Silver Ao,,, .. ',.... 1 1 a i Ong

Two Panamanian women who
were taken into custody at Nom Nombre
bre Nombre de Dios when the band of Cu
ban invaders surrendered on May
1, were released yesterday.
Their release was ordered by
Dist. Atty. Dario Sandoval who
said he found nothing to indicate
that they had taken sides with
the invaders
The women, Maria de Jesus
Ping and Adriana Maria Lopez.
said they came along with the
Cubans when they surrendered
because it was they only way
they could get out of Nombre de

PANAMA, 11. P., WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1959


, 1 t

ule being dependent on the num number
ber number of units to be furnished.
Bids' also will be accepted
from foreign manufactursirs and
specifications outline conditions
under which offers may be ac accepted
cepted accepted from foreign competitors.
Prospective bidders are also re requested
quested requested to submit offers on alter alternaate
naate alternaate plans which provide for the
use of corrosion resisting steel
On the superstructure of the loco locomotive
motive locomotive and towing locomotives,
and for furnishing both 10-ton and
14-ton locomotive cranes.
The test locomotives under ail
three schedules are to be delivered
to Mireflores Locks Where they
ondergo 'tests for period of
not, more than,' three, months. ''''
Pe livery schedules forpther
nits Wilt be'adjusted if necessary
becallse of repairs orpodifications
required ,of tile test locomotives.,
Till new 'locomotives ere b
foster and more powerful than
those now irc goyim. The exist existIng
Ing existIng locomotives halm pulling
power of 25,000 pounds. ,The now
ones will have maximum Dull Dulling
ing Dulling or braking power of 70,000
One of the major changes to be
incorporated in the- new machines
will be' the use of two towing
cables. These will be controlled
by level-wind winches and the ldco ldcomotives
motives ldcomotives will have towing and brak braking
ing braking capabilities from any position.
The new locomotives will have
a marked difference in apperance
from those now in use. They will
have a more streamlined look.
A single operator's cab will be
located in the center, instead of one
at each end, as the present mules
The new locomotives will hays
lowing speeds of ono, two, and
three miles an hour. Specifica Specifications
tions Specifications call for speeds of six and
nine miles an hour when not
These compare with the top tow towing
ing towing speed of two miles an hour
of the existing locomotives and a
top return speed of five miles an

Guardsmen Find
New Arms Cache
Near Cerro Tute

The Nat nal Guard has reported
uncovering a cache of arms hid hidden
den hidden by one member of the rebel
band which went into the Tute hills
early last month.
The report said the arms had
been hidden by Alvaro Pinzon,
who was granted a safe conduct
to Brazil after he made his way
to the Brazilian Embassy here and
was granted asylum. Pinzon's
brother, Jose, was 'killed in one
of the few encounters of the rebel
band with the National Guard in
the Cuay region.
The weapons found InclUde a .45
Thompson submachinegun, an Un Underwood
derwood Underwood M-1 and three rifles.
There was also a quantity of am ammunition
munition ammunition and "MAR" armbands.

Fortunately for the man whose
AA plus'pole was blown down ,by
the wind,' a handy glossary was
printed on the back. "Weliness'
was defined as not being sick.
Welinesso, high level,' it said
means feeling real good.
Rep.' Lee Metcalf (D-Mont.)
Clailni to have had trouble with
one, of Dr. Flemmings Own first firstperson
person firstperson pronouncements, son feder federal
al federal aid for schools.
-Flemming. proposed that Uncle
Sam help build 75,000 classrooms.
Metcalf objected that Flemming's
plan required legal and even con constitutional
stitutional constitutional changes to be made by
some of the states. Flemming



I 4,

Deadline Passes

BERLIN, May 27 (IWOWest (IWOWestern
ern (IWOWestern Allied traffic arrived safely
in Berlin today as the Soviet dead.'
line to swallow the city expired
without trouble.
The uninterruptod flow of
trains and automobiles was al
most a memorial to John Foster
Dulles whose po:icy was respons responsable
able responsable for staying the executioner's
The Soviets original six-montli
ultimatum to the Western Allies
to get out expired at midnight.
But the Soviets postponed carry carrying
ing carrying out of the ultimatum.'
Western Allied' military trains
crossed 110 miles of Communist
territory to and from the city as
, The vital highway 'link to the
'West still was open.
' There "were no changes on the
east-west city border.
Allied airlines flow through the
three 20milewido air corridors
above Communist East Gormc
Six months ago, 'Soiet Premier
Nikita Khrushcbev set the May 27
Ilimit for ending the occupation of
the western sectors of the city
and turning over control of its
communications lines to the East
But Khrushchev has modified
'the ultimatum. and denied that
Ithere ever.WA an ultimatum
several times since the,n, with the
result that 'the expected pressure
as- the- date' approached was coln colnPletely
Pletely colnPletely absent

Contrict,Goes Past
Nay 14,Teadline

Work on the west bank ap approaches
proaches approaches for the Balboa Bridge is
still unfinished, although the ot otficial
ficial otficial contract comuletion date
was passed on May 14.
At mid-point this month, more
than 40,000 cubic yards of mate material
rial material remained to be moved, most
of it required for fill on the Canal
side fir the arfan Hill approach
Engineering officials at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights were unavailable lc lcday
day lcday for a revised figure on work

Delinquents Center
Planned By Panama
Mo'ves To Highway

A rehabilitation center for ju juvenile
venile juvenile delinquents will be built
somewhere along the Trans-lqtlimian
Haighway instead of in Los
Satitos as originally planned, Mi Minister
nister Minister of Government and Jus Justice
tice Justice Jose D. Bazan announced
sari said the plan to build the
center at Los Santos had been de definitely
finitely definitely discarded.

Rainbow City Sihool, then ,Silver
City School. Govt. Gibberish Suggests Square Eggs, Model, M en, Nove
All of his service has been'svith
the Rainbow City schools, Ile ,
Wall mode a teacher in the Jen. WASHINGTON (UPI) Some people who were talking didn't creative or positive axis, with said he thought this wasn't too
tor Higb School in 1935 and pro- government dreamer is always understand either. abundant energy, and AA minus, much of a problem.
moted toAssistant Principal of coming up With a plan to get rid Some Democrats in' Congress, the negative axis, deficient in Every day or so since, Metcalf
the Junior-Senior High School in of official, dotsbletallt. It always who claim they don't always un energy." has been musing over the Flem Flem1943.
1943. Flem1943. He Iwtte Nice Principal for fails- ' derstand Whet Orlemming sr Fortunately for the man whose ming school aid formula in the
several years 'end ,was promoted The popular theory of why they '"and maybe 'sometimes don AA plus pole was blown down ,by congressional record.
.o:principarli 1955.. is thet each of these plain- want to), inlet this is one trme the wind,' a handy &story was "Mr. Flemming's; talents are
ML, Shirley left' the' Isthmus English efforts eventual' y- comes they know' what he ,means. printed on the back. "Weltness' being wasted by being confined to
last; September to I inter to be, labeled 11t1 plan to imple was defined as not being sick, education,' Metcalf said. 'He
State Teachers' College in Mun- ment to-ordineted program on Sen Eugene McCarthy fl). 'Venues:6, high level,' it said should go to work for Clark Grif Grifeie.
eie. Grifeie. Ind., where be recently com- non.obfujication", end nobody can Minn.) just the other slay received means feeling real good. Mit. He' Would announce that the
pleted his studies for ,hie mast- figure it out. ,,,, from Fiemming's fete a dom. Rep. Lee Metcalf (D-Mont.) Senators will top the American
ter's degree, i ment describing a new "model or claims to have had trouble with League and win at least 110
41e is survived ty Anywa,' the latest to take' out Man," devised' by the agency to one of Dr. Flemmings Own first- games.
ra, who was with -,hipts.' at the, after governmeet gobbledygook Bs stimulate 'discussion' and thoeght. person pronouncements, son feder- "This would be done by permit.
time 'of his deeth;4 let children, Dr. ;Arthur S. Flemming, seere "Man is conceptualized ass al aid for schools. ting- the Senators to, use a modi.
a 1011 Luigi whw 'mai' been An, tary of health,' educatimi and-well manifestation ,f organized ener Flemming proposed that Uncle tied gun instead of a
scheol in Chile and a daughter,-, fare. He ,,,, says he thotight for or 1 riemining's publication sale Sam help build 75,000 classrooms. nitcher at all home games and to
Yolanda. who is attending school awhile he Wall the-only oho who the model, "an energy field Metcalf objected that Flemming's field 11 men instead of the usual
Panama, didn't understand what Wail being spinning around en awareness plan required legal and even con- 9. Of tourse such a procedure
' Also surviving biro are his tath- said at conferences in his agency. axis (AA) between its two poies', stitutional changes to be made by would require a change in the
er, a brother, Archdeacon Leni- Then be discovered that 'the ot'which AA phis represents the some of the states. Flemming rules of baseball and consent

;11Dowt;(41 7it eot& alee

L. R. Sommer is the Panama
City contractor who has been me- Terence in Geneva. On another
paring approaches on both safes plane irom Geneva were Du lle,s'
of Farfan Hill. He was also res- successor, Christian A. Herter,
and ihe British and French tor torponsible
ponsible torponsible for rerouting and pav e'gn ministers.
ing previously existing roads both
to Farfan Beach and to the ter- Madame Chiang Kai-shek was
ry landing. China.
on hand to represent Nationalist
Roadbeds and paving for the From the United Nations cams
included in the Sommer contract,
approach right-of-way was not secretary worst Dag Nam Nambut
but Nambut will be let separately at a marskiold, and from Nato, sec.
Wary general Paul Henri
later date. Spaak.
The West Bank approach con contract
tract contract was awardsed last Dec. 15. It There was King Baudouin of
stipulated that required work was
to be completed on or before May the Belgians and the foreign min ministers
isters ministers of Turkey and Italy, along
14. from New York.
with financiers and clergymen
One of tne contract clauses While the diplomats in thair
states the contractor shall pay a homburgs and dark suits dos.
penalty of $25 daily for each day cended on Washington, thousands
completion is delayed beyond the of Americans filed slowly through
May 14 deadline. the Rathlehem chapel of the Ca.

Halt cold
pay Respects,,.:,,,,

from New York.
While the diplomats in their
homburgs and dark sults des.
cended on Washington, thousands
of Americans filed slowly through
the Bethlehem chapel of the Ca.
thedral yesterday afterno9n,and
through the night.
Sentries from each of the arm armed
ed armed services were stationed around
the flag-citvered casket and the
stone-walled chapel was silent ex except
cept except for the shuffling sound of the
crowd as it moved through the
flower-laden room.
Until the funeral begins this
afternoon, the President, vtho
took the illness and death of
Dulles with deep lemetion, will
remain in the rehitive seclusion
of his White House office.
Eisenhower arranged. a morning
conference with Herter, plus brief
office visits with Armory Houghton,
the US ambassador to France,

Novel Sports Gear

from the other American League
clubowners, in addition to the per perfection
fection perfection of the Flemming pitching
machine. But those are minor
problems." "r
Metcatt also has applied the
Flemming formula to the prob problems
lems problems of surplus eggs (mako em
square, to take up less storage
space, necessitating of course a
constitutional change in the hen1;,
basketball (Ohio Wesleyan, of
which Flemming was president,
would mount midgets on each
basket to help receive or &fleet
thc ball as desired, provided the
oilier teams didn't object),. Anti
vox! which insist on two mil.kings
daily (put 'em on a five-day ueek,
after necessary minor modifica
tions sat the cow).

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WASHINGTON, May 27 (UPI) Simple rite0i
solemn funeral procession and the sounding of "Tape to.:'
day mark the final journey of John Foster Dulles.
Leaders of East and West paused in their Cald'Wdr,:,,
to pay last respects to the statesman who fought so .1409',
and so hard for a lasting peace.
Aged Konrad Adenauer, chancellor of West Ge,r,,,
many, perhaps summed up the feelings of other Mlles
when h,e said he flew here "to accompany my frienctrrolp
les on his kit joutney"

From the Far East, Russia, Europe and Latin America,
came foreign ministers and others of higk station to Walk i
with President Eisenhower and other US leaders into the
vaulted sanctuary of Washington Cathedral where a flagi
draped casket lay bathed in soft golden light ,,
Following the early afternoon and Australian' prdne minister
tuuerai twiducted oy pastors 01 Hobert Menzies, who was to have
ouues rres,erian Laud, ba- been a luncheon guest at the White
uy the turoter secretary OL state Hottse todity,'until the :President
will be oorne at the head ot a cancelled ail Social, engageheat
mule-tong prol;:esttion across the because of ,Dtineat
ec,tordat, kuiree to line untie lulls After the huriat!', lr.lsenitewer
of 'Arlington National, t,emeterY- may see some of the other fowler
Tnere, tho retting', plake of visitor for bdet qlourtesp"calle
thousands Of American heroes, before they "eel batk, to ctheit
vuues wdl, be buten to the shad- native lands or to the ittemation
ows of a gracelut yellow-wood al conference tables where Mlle
tree walk a solitary Army bugler yas the voice of the West for
bounds "laps." years. ,

'7 ..1
, ..
bUtAlltla A Dime
The 71-yea-old Dulles died Sun- The 11,1-year-bld Adenauer 'laid :.,
day at Walter Reed Army hoSPI- lie flew from Bonn not only ma. an -,,
ial witere ne nau waged a valiant allY,' hut because of Ms "deep and .,.'
genuine friendship" for Dullest. ;. '!
battle against cancer.
Gromyko, on tho other ha,hd -.,
Avior tho shock of his Pm' was Miro out of no love or ,forkl .;,...
memory of Dulles, but as atv'acr, ,.
of civility at a time of a hough' '.,',
iy simpo. Soviet attitude in ,, the Geneve:, ,,',,
But ozcasion built hourly
,, ,,
olafprpateeirrnresseomnabntheytes .dr,,ai:ar,41:,,,,....
, 4 y
otimaont I I erolvotghee dv:ree'lrirlacYfttNir 000kt
expected to fill the huge cathedral, '.,
- 1
after piano arrived to &wow Although Dulles was a meMbit,,-
Toraign ciign it arias.
ilinnallit's rrhmilts'ss wocit:lui:lwai a rbil:naPtKeiosdnP taTihr.lam:apt if:rel.--
Andrei GromYko of
tahnrcosu 9 it, r otmh i s mmiodrcinai sy.g Rifaulissit iapari oaf ni ebe.vtw
Church here, the services were .,....
in trom the foreign ministers' ,ciiiin ,ciiiinTerence
Terence ,ciiiinTerence in Geneva. On anot1,7
-, because it could accommodate ,,'
' t
Tne service was under the tilt '.
rection of an old friend of Dallesit
eign ministers: ..., ,,
the Rev: Dr RACIMASii Til n-J....,.
Pulacnceessiorr07 hehrniesatvndi aa n wFeArr.een, cHDh eur tit.. ea rr :
sand ihe Brit8is E,:t hptnh: se: er t A ', ,,

the Rev: Dr. -Ifosweit P. Barnet(
----- 4. ,4.1.1cai.
ein miniver&
. 'of New York, IIS secretary of tho
on hand to represent Nationatist ,World Council of Churches. ,v
China. Tho rites wars slmplaprayt ''
From the United Nations cams ors, roaaings 'Tom tho ola and ',
secretary worst Dag Nam- now tostamonis and soma of ofmarskiold,
marskiold, ofmarskiold, and from Nato, soci
Madame Chiang Kai-shek was I
Dull's' favorite hymns sung by
the cathedral's famous b 0 y a
In of choir with too congragation loin. .,
There was King Itaudou :.. ing in.
rotary .. general Paul Nonr

No sermon or eulogy was in included
cluded included in the service, at the re request
quest request of Mrs. Dulles and her sons
and daughter. ,-
More than 200 vehicles were' ex. 11'.
pected to participate in the' prof, :
cession from thv, cathedral, dow
Massachusetts Avenue past Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's famed l'EmbassY roe
and through Rick Creek Park to
the Lincoln Memorial Bridge
leacling to the cemetery.
Riding immediately behind tho
Dulles family will be the, President
and his party then Vice-president
Richard M. Nixon and his wile.' -'''
Following will come the 'dip's,- .-J,,
mats, the military leaders of this ,'
country, the cabinet and the rank-
ing men of both parties from Ca' 4,
pito! Hill. k
At the memorial gate to tha ce cemetery,
metery, cemetery, the casket will be trams. '-
fen-ed from the hearse to a WA.. .,.
tary caisson drawn by six black ';
horses and preceded by a color ..
Then tho procession will wind
slowly us 4 hill te tho burial :,,,,.
sits about 100 yards southwest ,4;,
of the tomb of the Unknown '1',
The Dulles grave is 'neer those 1
of Maj. Gen. Frank Ross McCoy,
who was a close friend of the ea ,,
binet officer, and Mat Gen. Leek ,,
nerd Wood, forMer Army chief Of ',,,
staff and later. governor-gentral
of the Philippines., 'IT' ''''
, -,
After prayer' and a brief tenty vt,,4,
mital saryko by, tint neve, DK '',F,.
Berms at the grave., a neirrbz -!,',,.
artillery bettory will roar ar 1 ,
gun salute, I rifle Aquila ,will :
fire throe rapid velleye and tp t ,'
bugler will sound "Topc" ),t ,,)
The. flag will be taken from. Mil '',
coffin, folded ki ; a Ariande ''',
and then presented to Mts. DulltS,
thus concluding' the saga 144,the 4:
seeretary of Mate who lived tot ,
enough, even while in' distressin, ;
poviroothysical parittesain, towstsee aossMO rabid 11 i

lidense. er a brother, Archdeacon Lem- 1 nen he cuscovereo teat wnicn IA plus represents 1110 ISOM. eg tn. states. a lemming 1 fairs ot usfuwaug .ile
, , ,
tt ; f, ,', s. ',1 ,' ,

j .,,
F r Campestnos
o half blinded by ammonia fumes. ' -
The trouble,At ,:was found, had nothing to do with atomic bombs or submarine attacks: 1 ---T-11-e- -u-n-in-t-e'rrupted flow of
trains and automobiles was el-
The refrigeration crew at -the ,Retall Store, had been flushing out the ammonia lines in most a memorial to John Foster
. ..,
0 pay Resnects,
, the cold storage section and- the fatties somehow were sucked into the air conditioning unit Dulles whose poicy was respons- T
t in the dress sectionon the second floor. able for staying the executioner's
' e
Twe lire trucks from the 'Balboa Fire Station were dispatched to the scene and firemen hand. i, as
e e Perhape 50 percent 'of Panarna's rural population is r
investigated the accident.' The Soviets original six-month
i living it what economists call "eubsiatence level"to poor Mrs. Connard was given first aid at the aid station and returned to her duties in Balboa ultimatum to the Western Allies
to get out expired at midnight. 0
WASHINGTON, May 27 (UPI) Simple rites:','
i to buy ', industrial ducts and therefore o "outside' the yesterday afternoon.
' But the Soviets postponed carry carryi
i carryi da Oaf; nlmna rfkli nteh fel iOnroOlCieoSuS IrOnne y0 no df Jt ho eh n5 OFtionsdt ei nr gDnufl 1 es Ts .0 nag t e
ing out of the ultimatum.'
I 41O0110M , .. 1 t W tern Allied military trains
4 1 This revelation was part of a two-day Cepal-sparked
crosesesd no miles of Communist
, PanCanal s W eei-' sore OH Grey Mules
aAsLyoeg a, ehadiet, rd,s, oefosnofplacda,t I, Atatsadleni ntndhtewupeseetr as: ticeephs. an iu as en d wi hn o t fhoe ui rsa hcti, si do vi', nd ndA
A ndA -. seminar on Panama's economic situation which ended last territory to and from the city as
I, nigbt.
. usual. -,
. The vital highveay 'link to the
f at on dp
f tiviless the "subsistenee level" rural population in- Nearer To Pasture. Replacements Sought West still was open.
, creases its productivity, and ii adequately paid for its extra There "were no changes on the
ancellor of West Ge
,, 1 east-west city border.
many, perhaps summed up the feelings of other Allie
work, it will be unable, to provide, a market for products
, Invitations have gone out to notmeed informally it plan- ule being dependent on the num- Allied airlines flew thrOugh the
re hs :one; hfri tooeirmse5 Oil tgaihdinet mh;loai nurf irlinetoWeesyr ts.h e f I I 'to accompany my friend ou
Manufactured in the terminal cities and the provincial cap- some of the principal heavy nest to buy 45 modern high- ber of units to be furnished. three 20-mile-wide air corridors
,,,''' Rale. , machinery manufacturers In the speed ship-towing units to Bids' also will be accepted above Communist East Germs.
1 United States tn bid On fUrnish- replace its wheel-sore "old from foreign manufacturers end ny. .
;altnuds sai at h, aErusrao pf eh .iagnkd stiaattiionnAtma ewriaci
. Without rural pUrchasing power, such industries may ing replacemen locomotives tor grey' muice." specifications outline conditions Six months ago, 'Soiet Premier ,
t face failure. ,
, Canal locks: All of the presently employ- under which offers may be ac- Nikita Khrushebev set the May 27
Last March, the Canal an- ed locomotives are veterans. cogma from foreign competitors. llimit for ending the occupation of co
with President EisinhoWer and other US leaders attO th
-- and few 'have been creeping prospective bidders are also re- the western sectors of the city
- Another Sector of the Centel Cepal technician Dr. Osvaldo
vaulted sanctuary of Washington Cathedral wheri a' flai
back and forth along the quested to submit offers on alter- and turning over cootrol of its
i studiess of Panarna'S, -eoonomy Sunkel was the chief economist
lock-walls since the Ca, nal naate plans which provide for the communications lines to the East
draped casket lay bathed in soft golden light.
, concerned the country's imports. assigned by the parent 'body to
, Gahm Lake- live opened. - use of corrosion resisting steel Germans.
BtlaineSSMen at-4the 'seminar explain the report On Panama
were told Panitma needs to .in- and answer questions. , .a ,, The 45 replacementa would on the superstructure of the loco- But Khrushchev has modified .- .,
a's:den aAblusnircheenalia'n'IMPetimst 46.1-'1111maiWill' hist
t ' hive requir d ontract in the otive andn toeing loconiptives, the ultimatum,- and denied that Followin-g the 'early afternoobon.
Y crease her industrial ,nrodUction -
..,,, ,..,.. ., ,I neighborhoc:td oaf e$6,000,000 'But anind for for ishing both 10 ton and there ever, was an ultimatum I
Drops,Despile : untrai euuducted oy pastors te Road mtnzies, who was to ha,
t,' to reduee her abterinally'.high The Seminar held at Panania
. ,,'''': '". 4 ,".. , ; Current testa of special lenders 14-ton locomotive cranes. several times since the,n, with the ouues' eres..ertan iaton, out
f ti t-ini, .11nlitrtsit ,. Was a local Elden Elden,
, Elden, percentstge Of "soft:409--5' ,., , Y
, ,, , , sortie ellangei in. to work done to Mirefloret Loch -where theY Plete131 absent- ' emotluomeU'antglrirc'et.eataaa,!tioen acerott"'te5 mgtnea ybeemaeratsue.ara Pthfetiltu.tallav-t 11,,,,,,,azitha1o1oltot:' W
and efficiency techniques being Tbe lest locomotives under all result that 'the expected pressure
,a--- r azs-,,,,,',". ,,a1. s' ,,, &Mt stemming' from the 24--na- Rain' Seaionlionth wyluoihteltehosurruneinartseertheethaeravdos sottatae ateancelled all tocial,engageinel
,'" condacted at, Ciatun May make three schedules are to be delivered as-the-date' approached was com- u- - --oulle loclatiAntil, the ;Preside
a' -.ports.
'- "''' ; tion.Cepttl conference held here
1 ' Much 'of Ifni .rtioney" that. by,the tatinAmerieen goo-manic ''
l', wow igote-, StbroadA tot L'esino-'i commission-44 ititomo nited, IsTo., Alth'inighlweirly,,e meth Ina byi the Ata'earillined., Anitir the will linderge tests foe period ef -..,', ,- ,-140, ,
, i
native lands or to,the lutematie
suMers'lood; thoula'be spent ,t-f,: -,-4,-,,,i, 'Passed Ainice thautofficial,--' begin- canal needs.,4 ,,--- ,',','''' A,,,pe ,i-o,", not' more. than,' three, menthe. '''' ,. '11 '9'1' s 'esii11;11'''' 1"'''
, pp erei, in -resaunil'eTukkeYo'i YinIssil)?toriel,loslin' bde c4ettheNtourte:4)tbestiltAIIJ
yellow-wood al conference tables -where DWI
4b tions. ei v.:,',. ",.,1 ''''''. ''''T;'
, thousands Of Americas heroes', obefore they,. opeeet,..haek, 4,W,Pilis
,17,,0 ,;,foroi,-eepitat-4'ogords; such-0 All ,,. ,i" oo", , , , ning cif, the'yainr,season, the,,,,ws- ,,,,' So bideare being 'ought Delivertectiedides fortether u- esitan 1416iiii cTn'Artin,gwa-th.-",,wn
owes the voice of the West for'm
;' manufacturing, plaMs; pOsier '-!..;-Althoet twei4eito' heo,,,jpaim,', ter level 14t o' Gettin 4ake ' conti 'three alternate schedules. Ona nits iellf be' lidlusted ie neeessary
teThe 83-year-eld Adenaue. '4
arnerators;,MaChineloolS And,. ', ama asked the Cepal to make nue! ,to 1,all 'dr at kteal le lield.11s la to furnish ,21 towing loco, becintle Of repairs itir,Modifiestions C ''' ''
ontritt 'Goes Past
,,,,,,,,h.lteinos' which-: paste ,lt, ; sm.,uomesea analysts ,of keel own. -,,";''' , '''''. '' -',.ti., Isteijees, ,.another clO and a required ,of pie test locomotives.,
t, 1, vuues will, De bums In the shad shadflew
flew shadflew from Bonn not nly as 1
pOeisible to ',create. national,, economic problems,, with'. rec., hlesigethire';.',the. leiel-tit -Mott third ilL , -- i The nevi 'locomotives are to be ,"
) ,wealtbe'l: and hence 'develop-, ommegdations ler future poi- den- take ha ''tontinued 'tti-'cliMb All schedules Call for the pur- faster and more powerful than , I
1,.. ment, M ''' ','' '.--7- ..1 '''' ''' ' ':' '' ; Welk, 4 ' ,?t, .4 81001' during' the past weeks 'de- Ow of three," locomo t i v a s those now In' service. The exist- Nay 14,,Deadhne bounds 1 aps."
,, Itlwas Also' streSsed -that, in- -. -- ,,''', ,, ,, o ARite- periodic lathes' to: main- cranes to welt Avith the mules Ina locomotives have pulling cltrweaset e' wail i7 11-eyaelii rg4-roball de el t aiDruYut I lAe s d i e dbh
r 'la
asmuch- as -,,Pansmal ",incinne After months of facis-gath- taur1afe velvet Gatun Lake. u 'needed. power of 25,000 pounds. The new
from theo'. Canal. and the Canal ering, the report was he west bank ap- iai wnere ne nau wageo a Valtain all b
day at Walter Real ArrnimYy
present- Rainfall recorded since May 1 Decisin to buY the new MI1100 anat will halm I meximum Dull. Work on t Y, itt because of his "deep at
S the Balboa Bridge is battle against cancer.
Vine IS ricitexpected. to expand, ed earlier this 'jeer. has not' been sufficient to renew was made early this year after ing or braking powsor of 70,000 Proaches for genuine feiendanip" fre' Dull.
still unfinished, although the ot
Gromyko, on the ether hem
' the Republic needs t produce When President, Erriesto de la i power generatiOn at the Gatun thetanal Comapny decided to can- Pounds. the shock of his pass passmore
more passmore saleable producte -,,,whicO Guardia, Jr., thanked Cepal for spillway station, and thus auxilia- eel its option' to buY radically dif- One of the major changes to be 1 ficial contract completion d
ate was here out of no love or Ion
.4 h now toped that WI.
1119, 1$ Wi I
3, passed on May 1 memory
of Dune, but as an-ec
i maY ,, be marketed' abroad tO its preparation. he also request- ry deisel electric power genera- ferent towing ',devices patterned incorporated in the-,new machines !Was last ritss cowls be kept relative- of
i' bring in foreign exchange. ed that Panama businessmen, tion has been continuous since after two expelmental test units will be- the use of two towing At mid-point this month, more 1 s.m 11. civility at a time of a nous
', After two clays of animated politicians and industriali a t s early last December. deitigned and built by the R. G.. cables. These will be controlled b 000 cubic yards ol mate y I P
t an 40, Soviet attitude in the Genie
B t le o-casion built hourly
, discussion, the consensus of have the benefits of an explana, Climbing 'levels at Maddin LeTourneau firm of Texas. by level-wind winches and the Idco- nal remained to be moved, most u negotiations. '''':'
, k of it required for fill on the Canal in terms ot international import- No
t those taking part in the Beini- tio not its contents by Cepal Lake ere probably accounted 'A year's tests showed the Le motives will have towing and bra arty 3000 other persons a
t 1' co ntr for by 'the increased flow from
nar was that what Ile ll Y. technicians. The Seminar pro- .111
TO rn fend b m
eau er, oe couid id 'I b f H'Il h
ing capabilities from any position 9 e o. tie ar an i approac nice trom midday leisteraev expected to fill the hu
h Engineering officials at Bat- through this mornie.g as plane to ov fl ge eatillcir
, has to tio is to adopt economic aided this. streams oriOinetine at gher not bradapted to the locks with- The new locomotives will eve arrived to deposit er owing this afternoon. ,, ;
, boa Heights were unavailable te- after plane
I, develoPment a,s its, main objec- lilt whey treditionall a marked differenc n a eran e
a udes, e Y ; out reducing the- chambers use- e i PP e
'1 Although Dulles was a meMb
( hioher rainfalls. are recorded front those now in use. They will n aign it ries.
day for a revised figure on work tome of the N a t i
, tivc t": - a's ''. --,:. In the tsvo-day question- able width. ,, Ancirei Gromyko of Russia new 0 n a 1 Presbyteris
".Anti ,the feeling .was :' that' and-answei session, it became early In the season.' The huge rubber tired wheels have a more streamlined look. remaining.
in trom the foreign ministers' ,con- mo oci
Church here, the services wel
, it has to do it right now,11. in clear that the Panamanians illoweVer,, despite the severity of the fender booms aro now be- A single operator's cab will be 1 L. R. Sommer is the Panama Terence in Geneva. On another h V to the Episcopal cathedr
) of' this, year's dry season, author- located in the cent,er, instead of one ecause it could accommodate
the words of one financier blisinessmen who attended ing used In awns of the fenders City contractor who has been pie- plane irom Geneva were Dulles'
ities -at Balboa Hei hts said lake t each end as the resent mules I rger crown
, who attended. ; ,' feel the country' ehould move g being tried out te see whether P !paring approaches on both si es successor, Christian A. Herter, a,
I It ,was also the .consensu. of rapidly to provide highways levels did not by any means sink ships WI safely ., transit under nave. ine service was und
.. of Farfan Hill. He was also res- and ihe British and French tor- er the 4
even closeto"record lows reach- two of mules operating in the
- The new locomotives will have rection of an old friend of -Mlle
s the meeting that' Panama re- and electric powert,and other. ponsible for rerouting and pay- e'gn ministers.
d d 1957 h tl i towing speeds of ono, two, and the Rev Dr R I P
quest the Cepal to,send a grouP basics to expand agricultural e urine .w en oti y ng center wail only.
section of Madden Lake actual' three miles an hour Specifica- mg previously existing roads both Madame Chiang Kai-sliek was of N oswe t Barn
' of:. technitiallti here '' to work -' production, on One hand, and e t d y Y All three new bid schedules pro- .. to Perin Beach and to the ter- on hand to represent Nationalist ,Worledw Yrk, US secretary of ti
vide 'for the delivery of four lo lo,
, lo, with and, 4"alongside ,' Panama indittrialization on the oilier.' w n r- it
ii tor
tions ca sp eds of six and 1
1 ry landing. China. Council of Churches.
, The rites weir 1m
is a
goVernment economists,iri talc- -, . o Hydroelectric generation at Gat- comotives as test units. Bids are nine m es an hour when not oadbe s an paving for the
R d d From the United Nations cams ers r a 121.---Pi ra
, - un Spillway is normally resum- towing.. ea ings 'Tom the o.a an
ing -'-,' the concrete- steps that ro .Despiteftheir avowed interest to be opened Aug. 14, end deli- approach right-of-way was not secretory general Dag Nem Nemd
d Nemd h '' th d t
e w en' e require wa er can very of the test units is to' be Tnese compare with the top tow- new testemenis and tome a
included in the Sommer contract, marskiold, and from Nato, sec sec'
' sec' should stem'', from - the ,,.Cepal in many' 'facets of their coun- b I d f
edare eese rom Gahm without made 14 months later. an
ing speed of two miles hour Duil
es ravorite hym
- analyels' end' suggestions-!' ,' tryl ,affairs. 'very. few students Pri et separately at a
b t .11 b 1
u Iv' e retery general Paul a Henri .. a c ns sung b
, The Seminar' itself passed' no dropped into the 'session ation levels
hgering .safe ntring The delivery f the existin locomotives and a
of other units is g later date. Tri I the
drat s ternous b
a. -- in t e traffic channel. top return speed of five miles an Speak. 0 y
to begin four months after the ma- The West Bank approach con- Ki B do in of choir with tne congregation toir
resolutions; .it was hold Or dis- ,
----,-, 1 .., ,...... hour. There was ng au u inn in.
,. cussion only.. The next steps'are r , -, ,: ,e -- nufacturer receives notice that mo- tract was awardsed last Dec. 15. It' t 1 i ns and the foreign min-' 11
he Be g a No er .,
s Mon
or eulogy- was 1
, 'up to the ,; administration and! A del tests have been satisfactorily stipulated that required work was isters of Turkey and Italy, along clud
ed in the service, at the z
' tile Aational Assembly.- ,- i ,,,, B' Sh I R b C. H. h
wen 1r ey am ow ity log completed With the delivery ached-
Guardsmen Find to be completed on or before May with finanelers and clergymen quest of Mrs
' Treasur Minister Fernando,;'..- o,,,,.- -,,o-,,, P 14. Dulles and her so
from New York. and daughter
Zeta -.presided at the Seminarl -o p 1 ; New Arms Cache One of tne contract clauses While the diplomats in their
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Sir :

He who signs himself "Well Informed" (Mail Box. MaY 28)
wrttes, in his villification of President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
paragraph 8:
- Di( made the deal with Stalin whereby the US forces
woulo be held back so that the Russians might have the hon honor
or honor of ock,pying Berlin. As a result of this decision, today we
ourbeives .Lacing the threat of another terrible war."
blow let us examine President Dwight D. Eisenhower's book.
'Crusade hi Europe," written as a General of the Armies in
(Heic,,nce Chapter 20, "Assault & Encirclement" page 39(0
"A I objective beyond the Ruhr was Berlin. It was
politically ant. psychologically important as the symbol of re remaining
maining remaining German power. 1 decided, however, that it was not
the logical or the most desirable objective for the forces of,
the Western allies." (Footnote No. 18 to this, on page 505.
states: "General Eisenhower's reasons for his decision against
ait advance with Berlin as the major objective are outlined in
his-message FWD-18710 to General Marshall, April 7. 1945.
On the remainder ot page 396, and on pages 397 and 398.
DDE explains the military strategy of his encirclement of the
Gerrilan forces in the Ruhr with Gen. Omar Bradley, with later
support of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, stating, at the
bottom of page 398: "This general plan was presented to Gen Generalissimo
eralissimo Generalissimo Stalin."
Further, on page 399, he states:
"Under the arrangement made in January and approved
:by the Combined Chiefs of Staff, thought that was com comiipletely
iipletely comiipletely within the scope of my own authority and responsibil responsibil:ity
:ity responsibil:ity in comnumicating this plan to the Generalissimo. How However,
ever, However, we 'quickly found that Prime Minister Churchill serious-4y
objected to my action. He disagreed with the plan. and held
4that, because the campaign was now approaching its end.
Aroop maneuvers had acquired a political significance that de demanded
manded demanded the intervention of political leaders in the develop develop',ment
',ment develop',ment of broad plans.
"He apparently believed my message to the Generalissimo
ihad exeeeded my authority to communicate with Moscow on onAy
Ay onAy on purely military matters. He was greatly disappointed and
disturbed because my plan did not first throw Montgomery
'forward with all the strength could give him from the Alner Alnerican
ican Alnerican forces, in the desperate attempt to capture Berlin before
the Russians could do so. He sent his views to Washington.
: "...Conseauently his great insistence upon usine all our
resources in the hope of assuring the arrival of the Western
-Allies in Berlin ahead of the Russians must have been based
:on the conviction that great prestige and influence for the
Western Allies would later derive from this achievement."
asenhower then dispatched a complete report of his plan
to Marshal (page 400) March 30, one paragraph of which states.
en, page 401:
'' 'May point out that Berlin itself is no longer a nartieu nartieu'
' nartieu' larly important objective. Its usefulness to the German has
been largely destroyed and even his (Hitler's) government is
Preparing to move to another area...Naturally, mv Plana are
flexible and must retain freedom of action to meet changing
;Conditions. Maximum flexibility will result from a eoncentra eoncentralion
lion eoncentralion of maximum force in the center." (Message FWD-183e5.
!AGO. Footnote No. 26, page 506).
Finally, Marshal's message to Eisenhower dated March 31
states (page 402):
" "The battle of Germany is now at a point where it is up
to the Field Commander to judge the measures which should
'be taken. To deliberately turn away from the exploitation of
the enemy's weaktiess does not appear sound...
"The U.S. Chiefs consider his strategic concept is sound
and should receive full support. He should continue to com communicate
municate communicate freely with the Commander in Chief of th: Soviet
Army." (Messaee FWD-18707, AGO).
, April 7, Eh: hower included in his ?Anal radio to Marshall
Ion this subject, (Page 402):
"The message sent to Stalin was a purely military move
taken in accordance with ample authorization and Ostructions
, previously issued by the Combined Chiefs of Staff. Lerankly. It
did not cross my mind to confer in advance with the Com Com:.bined
:.bined Com:.bined Chiefs of Staff because have assumed that am held
responsible for the effectiveness of military onerations in this
theater --d it was a natural question to the head o the Rus Russian
sian Russian f j to inquire as to the direction and timing of their
next n thrust, and to outline my own intentions."
in the final statement, Eisenhower states on page 403:
'The outcome of all this was that we went ahead with
c$- own plan. So earnestly did believe in the military sound sound.
. sound. ness of what we were doing that my intimates on the staff
- knew was pre-eared to make an issue of it."
' So "Well Informed" is now even better informed. with the
knowledge that it wasn't Roosevelt who arranged that the Rus Russians
sians Russians enter Berlin first.
mhe military decision was made by a man with no political
affiliations, a General of the Armies held in hitch repute for hie
ef Jay, who is now our President. That he is a Republican is of
no consequence, concerning Berlin.
The remainder of "Well Informed's" letter was every bit as
ccurate as the excerpt have just dissected.
Really Informed.

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ter tv, on whom we share cur one thing is latking. They are nol s-io-n-s".7'a ti'le''s 'ityne', who plans 1
et.lity, who is now our President. That he is a Republican is o w u . 1. I yes . Moss Harts autobe.o clean. Certainly they had not ncg- to elevate her in a new musical
, no consequence, concerning Berlin. verted traffic, the Duke ot r,-
,,, graphy which took five years to lected any of the oeremonial puri next season says she will be 4 .: : 4 .1 ., .. ,''' , 0-i. : ,'
The remainder of "Well Informed's" letter WaS every bit as dinburgh's knee britche and goio jot down. .Eileen Rodgers song fication, but Isaiah's demand goes The Toast o'f Broadway. a gift for achlovomont;',
Occurate as the excerpt I have just dissected. garter, and the count on the dia styling in the new off-Broadway deeper. He insiats upon moral
Really Informed. moods on the tiaras. I would tell revue, "Chic. One of the critics purity a concern for justice and
enjoyed her specialties so much mercy.
KIDS IN THE MOVIES !them how the poor but dishonest
workingman in London couldn't go he reported that the Broadway-I so Jesus tells us that our clean. New Yorkers Are Talking A
Eir: on certain streets becaose theoe ites who neglected her all this Illness must go deeper than that bout the new musical due next
"Th Sound Of Music."' ...-
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ea : peacock feathered streets were time "should be ashamed. . .1of the Pharisees. It must concert! season
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' I am all in favor of the comments by "Movie Lover' Don't lock at me! Ask her to the inside of the cup, not merely it .' e 1
will be loaded with talent.
Rodgers-Hammerstein Lindse ,...
Box,May 18). It seems the children who go to the Balboa ThMenal-1 tghae'ereexdptinoittenrnsWofestiheernpm000rnebooutildisets
show you her scrapbook which the outside. The heart within a Y- .
ter don't pay tb see the movie. They pay to see how much noise henest nessant. includes the colyums embraces man must be clean. It is in this Crouse and Mary Martin. All
money-inthe-hank names. The
they can make. I would ride a earetul herd on . New York's new top tipper. light of this bitten passage and 8
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"Movie t"Movie Lover" says she is not iottor to send her kids to the the divorced &ways, l'I';g It llo Financier Charles Cassi of the Jesus' teaching that we are to Broadway Kid," Sinatra's latat .'' :
epee. His version of "They Say ''
BSturday matinees any more. A wise decision. Her kids are on Csort with her pet nrinen Or" Glannini clan. When he dines st read the Collect for Purity in the
probably right down in the middle of the whole pack. sini. I woold 18Y it An '"" l' frcl.w; Monsignore he gives gratuities to Holy Communion service: '-
1-11P1rIlli the chefs staff as well as those It's -Wonderful" sure is. ."'Ihe
L Most parents lack "Movie Lover's" sensible view of their own wo. with the noito,a
"Almighty God, unto whom all ,R, v, Th f 1 ,-,,,,,,,,. -4 ', I
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u oo 0 mest ta Jan realis realismtee
mtee realismtee "The Bic ele 11 , N tttA,,, 1,,..;,;',..7,4, isa ." i
:Alias. They believe their own offspring to be little angels. They comment that no mieortibl" Poor who serve him. tiara Lindy's hearts are open, all desires known c cinema
Thief". .Wilfred Lawson in' th-e
'think the theater is a babysitting agency, and send their kids man want, to heor ahoot the fig- will which beoueaths Lindy's Rcs- and from whom no secrets are,' :.?,--g-',. '' '
' seetisitateth
, 311,ere to the matinee to get them out of their hair while the
ttrant dsncing in the streets which taurant (and their fortune) to nenti hid; Cleanse the thoughts of our "Room At The To ", fil 1
even listed i h 4 P in (glibviets ot
'parents slurp coffee and gab with the clubhouse ROSSID syndi- ),,,t Iwo',,' ree-i sort of hallmArk ew Albert Abend. He got his heves by the inspiration of thy ' SP?
of why the West can he coiled training as a restaurateur there Holy Spirit, that we may perfect. an extraordinnart
s 0 0-, e Gloria Vanclerbilt-Stokowski ," te 9,91P ii." cp 099 ,' '-, ''
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, The parents are not any better than their kids. Half of them washing the floors and dihe go ly I ve th e and worthily magm Th ,, t. -
' tare never home from dawn to dusk. And some adults make far abip.
0,,isdent exploiters 40. the miser miseryears
years miseryears ago when he was 16. fy thy holy Name." public linen-washing and its won 4 ,, ,,,ea,,, e
, more noise in the theater than the kids do.
Pleaite believe that as 11 black e e:
: e: "Movie Lover's" comments hit the nail on the head. Othe: y. She once engaged a press a a.parents
.parents a.parents should follow her example and curb their kids. and Renoblican. I offer no alt1 and ivory,
eorts.rt tri the enntny. T tlon't eve 40 ranpetrtirokeehheer pnaasmsinegouot f of sitt4 ,,
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maybe the theater would be a better place for those who want t it th c
:to see a movie now and then. to e e ominies all this. They
will have thought of It them- Joe Co k. recalls tir, time he
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Good behaviour begins in the home. ., described a famed show-girl as i
selves, Ind are already bitting ft
"that somewhat different vi n.".
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strike nee,. fulity of stifle miller. wloch the '
P.atinelatrainced moderate price!! Piipo-key -':
Weatavr's a little cold for fast-growing crops. but the mark- onnonent described as Russian si.,,s,,:,."'",
itt is well-supplied and overstocked with the biggest eggplant I fishieggs. Lilliels satire on Mr. and Mrs. 1
action ancj, Many many mOre
time arid work saving features t
'ever saw. My vegetable man couldn't get any small enough for Chichi, now available in the rec
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I am all in favor of the comments by "Movie Lover" (Mail
Box,May 18). It seems the children who go to the Balboa Thea Theater
ter Theater don't pay tb see the movie. They pay to see how much noise
they can make.
"Movie Lover" says she is not iottig to send her kids to the
E4turday matinees any more. A wise decision. Her kids are
probably right down in the middle of the whole pack.
Most parents lack "Movie Lover's" sensible view of their own
:k.tde. They believe their own offspring to be little angels. They
,think the theater is a babysitting agency. and send their kids
3,1'teye to the matinee to get them out of their hair while the
'parents slurp coffee and gab with the clubhouse gOssiD
The parents are not any better than their kids. Half of them
tall never home from dawn to dusk. And some adults make far
more noise in the theater than the kids do.
"Movie Lover's" comments hit the nail on the head. Othe:
parents should follow her example and curb their kids. and
'Maybe the theater would be a better place for those who want
:to see a movie now and then.
Good behaviour begins in the home.
First Hand.



Tornadoes are still with U8, and don't know where they will
strike neyt.
, Weatavr's a little cold for fast-growing crops. but the mark markAtt
Att markAtt U well-supplied and overstocked with the biggest eggplant I
'ever saw. My vegetable man couldn't get any small enough for
;his trade the first week. but is getting plenty now.
, Mot not be Much doing at the Crossroads as I am getting
:fewer clippings for someone to read for me. Not so agreeable
',but I can't see to read a thing, and don't know how vou man man.age,to
.age,to man.age,to read this. if you do.
Haven't heard Frank say anything about a trip this summer.
;Hatt three-day visit from Frank's sister and family from Whit WhitAler.
Aler. WhitAler. Calif.
: They took a flash photo of me in the dark at 9 p.m. and
deft at 4 a.m. Also they left the camera here. with a lot of shots
:lined up to take on the road. They will be surprised to find
at home by airmail.
t If the snap in the dark is any good, I will mall one to the
:Mill Box next week.
A, My eyes are feeling some better, but Just don't see.
Pop Wright.


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Nobody has ever had the 'auda 'audacity
city 'audacity to accuse the British ot ex.
cessive intelligence in the public
reladons business, but I think all
this whoop-de-do over the shah of
Persia. or Iran. have it as you
will, uteraity the Chinese end.
To2 Shah himself cannot be ac accused
cused accused of undue acuteness, either,
in letting himself in for the gala
that London threw him the other
No Roman emperor ever had a
city more literally cast in his
lap. The common man's life in
London practically stood still, be because
cause because of the elaborate channeling
of the traffic, and man, them cra-'
zy parties!
The Shah is nice, serious young
though he did divorce his wife so
she can live it tzp in Rome and
I expect the British would love
the Shah if he didn't have a bur burnoose
noose burnoose to bless himself with. But
they love his oil more. and they
fear for that blessed oil, because
the Shah has got some right nas nasty
ty nasty neighbors in Iraq (hopelessly
Communist -snarled) and Egypt,
hopelessly Nasserized. And Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, which is kind of shaky, since
Hussein lost his strongest pro proWestern
Western proWestern boy.
So they stuck tbe little pot in
tbe big when the Shah came '-
calling in a stately fashion. The
Queen and Princess Marge curt curtsied,
sied, curtsied, and then they had ,the big
gala ballet at the Royal Opera
Houss, Prince Philip got out his
velvet knee britches and his gold
garter, and Mum and Grandmum
and little Margie broke out their
heaviest wampum,' and anybody
who was anybody fought and
clawed to get there to show off
their best skilks, satins, and un unhocked
hocked unhocked diamonds.
I might say that since the Duke Dukeconsort
consort Dukeconsort is lightly bowlegged. he
had better stick to long britcpes
next trip. On him short pants don't
look good.
They made the usual steely over
tures that cause royalty to even eventually
tually eventually die of boredom. They show showed
ed showed the Shah a factory, a new town.
and took hilt to visit carefully,
handpicked lower middle class
British family.
They also showed him Nubar
Gulbenkian, the ,heir of the rich
old skinflint who made a billion
bucks by putting most of the big
Middle Eastern oil deals togeth together.
er. together. Nubar, complete with bsard,
was on hand to remind everybody
that oil is thicker than water, not
to mention blood.
Now I am here to say that I
approve of pomp and circum circumstance,
stance, circumstance, and I dearly love a lord,
and I have walked with kings
at least ex-kings,. when we were
god-walking in New York. I love
to see tbe glitter of gems and the
sunset over the cronets. But if I
were trying to keep the Commies'
dirly little claws off Iran, I would
feed 'em as much ammunition as
was served up in the British press.
If I ever saw a fiddle-while-Rome
burns operation, a let-'em-sat-cake
deal, this was it. You got this cla clamorous
morous clamorous Middle East which we of
the West are trying to hang onto
a portion of. It is a land of patch patched
ed patched jellabahs and tattered kafiyths,
hungry bellies and fly infested
children. It is a land of mangy,
starving pariah dogs, and sketchy
camel-hair tents, and endless sand
and sun and poverty. And oil.
The Russian threat to ours and
Britain's oil in Iraq is already es established.
tablished. established. The Russian threat to Iran Is
just around the corner.
The big jolly-up in London was
designed to reaffirm friendship
with the Shah. The aim was hon honest,
est, honest, the financial friendship sincere
but the gesture stupid.
If I am Radio Cairo, if I am
any one of the Communist stations
channelled to the adios which blare
in the bazaars, I would give the
poor but dishonest fellah in the
straight news on all the doings
over the Shah's presence.
I would tell them about the di diverted
verted diverted traffic, the Duke of E Edinburgh's
dinburgh's Edinburgh's knee. britches and gold
garter, and the count on the dia diamonds
monds diamonds on the tiaras. I would tell
Ahem how the poor but dishonest
workingman in London cotodn't go
on certain streets because these
rieacoolt feathered streets were
stirred to the Western mononolists
the exploiters of the poor but dis dishonest
honest dishonest peasant.
I would ride a earetul herd on
the divorced &tram living it ito
on Capri with her pet nrinca Or Orsini.
sini. Orsini. I wonid lay it on with trow
wel. with the pointeft
comment that no miserabtv poor
man want, to hear ahout the fis fisgrant
grant fisgrant dancing in the ottroots which
h000nse non, sort of hallmark
of why the West cen he called
eo-adent exploiters 4. the miser miserable.
able. miserable. Pleaae belisve that as J1 black
Republican. offer no aid and
eorts.rt thp puomy. T enn't lye
to tell the Commies all this. They
will have thought of it them themaelves,
aelves, themaelves, and are alreedv hitting ft
he-v nn hp INin4 drum.
If eon think this Melding. re remPmber
mPmber remPmber the North Cy11)1in Sena Senator
tor Senator who lost en election because
hiq ()moment told the farmera that
be walked tit red earnet am! wee
guilty of stint, milder. which the
onnonent described as Russian
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ti. '', found the Russians enthusiastic. er, Ira McMillan, who presides
It now looks as if they would buy over Judge Combs' church la
Emmed...... I -' ,it the uipqment. Prestonsburg, for supporting
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Emmett Hughes of Time Life
(EisenhOwer's favorite speech-author)
whose intimates wonder if
he is going to elope with actress
Nancy Olson any moment. Sae
once was wed to "My Fair La Lady"
dy" Lady" coparent, J. Alan Lerner.
Jonathan Wiaters' clums reliev relieved
ed relieved at the news that he is com coming
ing coming along fine and will soon con convalesce
valesce convalesce here. .Bob Neal, who
made the photo pages with Deb Debbie
bie Debbie Reynolds only a week ago
(as his brida-to-be), doing the
Hollywood spots with another Pony-Tail
siren, Molly Bee. Di Diane
ane Diane Varsi, who shelved her film
contract, intimating that part of
the reuon was the cruelty of a
featured player in her last pic picture,
ture, picture, "Compulsion"... Ale cur current
rent current quip after three Yankers
appeared on Arthur Murray's
TV show: "That's what's wrong
with the Yanks. They're taking
dancing lessons!"
Ethel Merman's leading man
in "Gypsy;" Jack Kingman, a.
house painter for years between
stage roles. .Lisa Kirk's return
booking at the Plaza Persian
Room next Monday even. She
started the season there not too
many months ago. Big-Timer de
Luxe. .Tennessee Williams' fa favorite
vorite favorite actor, Eli Wallach. With
wife Anne Jackson he will play
the rooster rouis in "Glass Men Mena
a Mena gerie," the 5th Tenn. WIns
play he's emoted in. The others
were "This Property Condemned,"
"Camino Real," "The Rose Tat Tattoo"
too" Tattoo" and "Baby Doll. .The par party
ty party for 300 that Mervyn Griffin
gave at Chateau Henri IV whcze
he introduced Julann Wright of
CBS-TV as his bride. Two of the
gals there (who thought they
were going to win him) aren't o over
ver over the shock yet.
Lauren Baca so-troo observ observation:
ation: observation: 'We all live alone, no mat matter
ter matter with whom we share cur
lives'. Moss Harts autobrto autobrtography
graphy autobrtography which took five years to
jot down. .Ei leen Rodgers song
styling in the new off-Broadway
revue, "Chic. One of the critics
enjoyed her specialties so much
he reported that the Broadway Broadwayites
ites Broadwayites who neglected her all thit
time "should be ashamed.
Don't lock at me! Ask her to
show you. her scrapbook which
includes the colyums embraces
New York's new top tipper.
Financier Charles Cassi of the
Glannini clan. When he dines et
Monsignore he gives gratuities to
the chefs staff as well as those
who serve him. tiara Lindy's
will which beoueaths Lindy's Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant (and their fortune) to nenh
ew Albert Abend. He got his
training as a restaurateur there
washing the floors and di.hes 20
years ago when he was 16.


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Anita Ekberg, with practically
no makeup, looking more beauti beautiful
ful beautiful than women who use it, at the
"Destry"' show. Tune Havoc
and the husband she divorced
dating more than ever. .Cary
Grant's Hollywood steady, Made Madelyn
lyn Madelyn Rhue, transferring her affec affections
tions affections to Bud Roberts, exec wtib
Don Loper's firm. .Capitol Rec Records'
ords' Records' latest trio, three nuns from
the Order of the immaculate
Heart of Mary (Calif.) They are
blood as well as religious sisters.
Ars. Meredith Willson's jewel jewelled
led jewelled lorgnette, a gift from her
composer groom when his "Mu "Music
sic "Music Man" premiered. Napoleon'
gave it to Josephine. Diamond
Jim Brady bought it at an auc-i
tion for Lillian Russell. It is in insured
sured insured for $25,030. .The Origmal
Mario's host (Greenwich Village),
who kid the celebs who dine
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of Ms
Episcopal Church in a Mis
sionary Dioctse of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
"Wash ye, make you clean; put
away the evil of your doings from
before mine eyes."
The ordinary worshipper may
well have been amazed and hurt
by Isalahl reaction. They were
bringing to the Temple the best
of their produce. They -neglected
no opportunity to pile up their of offerings.
ferings. offerings. All the prescribed iasts
and feasts, the sabbaths and the
new moons were observed. They
were letter-perfect in the ritual.
Yet Isaiah tells his countrymen
one thing is latking. They ace not
clean. Certainly they had not neg neglected
lected neglected any of the oeremonial puri
fication, but Isaiah's demand goes
deeper. He insiets upon moral
purity a ,concern for justice and
So Jesus tells us that our clean cleanliness
liness cleanliness must go deeper than that
of the Pharisees. It must concert!
the inside of the eup, not mer
the outside. The heart within a
man must be clean. It is in the
light of this Isalan passage and
Jesus' teaching that we are to
read the Collect for Purity in. the
Holy Communion service:
"Almighty God, unto whom all
hearts are open, all desires known,
and from whom no secrets are
hid; Cleanse the thoughts of our
litorts by the inspiration of thy
Holy Spirit, that we may perfect.
ly love thee, and worthily magni-.
fy thy holy Name."

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Nut! York
there by naming diabea after
their big flops.
Playwright Paddy Chayefsky's
blistering slap: "The trouble with
most Attgry toung Men Is that
they are not very good writers"
.Phy Ills Kirk, whose romance
with Mort Sahl was itemed as o over,
ver, over, shrugging off the whole
thing at Romeo Salta's with an anopenly
openly anopenly romantic staffer of a
news mag. .Mrs..Mario Lanza,
who is expected back from Italy
without him according to wor
ried firends. Noel Coward, still
Man about the New York cities,
declaring: "If dnough people
told enough people to -put their
heads under trucks I'm sure
they'd do "IQ, wonder why no
one has thofiiht bf doing that".
.The Museum of Modern Art's
revival of Marlene Dietrich's "De "Desire."
sire." "Desire." The movie demonstrates
what glamour really is. .The
source of high priced model Do Dovima"s
vima"s Dovima"s unusual name: The first
two letters of her full name, Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Virginia Malone.
: Oscar winner Susan Hayward
:revealing that she made good by
Jailing. She went to Hollywoud
:during the search for Scar lett (r (rHara.
Hara. (rHara. She was among the many
losers,. But a Warner's exec saw
her test and signed her. Ate
many members of the Underworld
,who insist Al Capone had no ac ac'cent.
'cent. ac'cent. Brooklynese, perhaps, but
Ihe never said: "Hey, wottzamat.
ta you?" as one TV actor utter.
ed. Probly via direction. .Geor .Georgia
gia .Georgia Winters of 16 Magazne, the
prettiest editor in town. Two
years ago she was gloria Stay Stayors,.
ors,. Stayors,. ,a top ,model. Miss Doris,
the Polonaise palmist. She was
Loyola Whyte, an actress. Ap Appeared
peared Appeared in the original producnon
of "The Miracle". .E1 len Han.
ley, who inherited Polly Bergen's
starring role in "First Impros Improssions."
sions." Improssions." Jules Styne, who plans
to elevate her in a new musical
next season, says she will be
The Toast of Broadway.
New Yorkers Are Talking A
bout the new musical due next
season, "The Sound Of Music."'
It will be loaded with talent.
Rodgers-Ha mmerstein Lind s y
Crouse and Mary Martin. All
money-in-the-bank names. The
Broadway Kick," Sinatra's latat,
epee. His version of "They Say
It's -Wonderful" sure is. ."The
'Root" The finest Italian realis realistic
tic realistic cinema since "The Bic) ele
Thief". ;Wilfred Lawson in the
"Room At The Top", film
even listed in the cast) who gives
an extraordinary performance.
The Gloria Vancilerbilt-Stokowski
public linen-washing and its won
y. She once engaged a press a agent
gent agent to keep her name out of the
paperi. .The passing of StEr
Joe Cook. It recalls fir, time he
described a famed show-girl as
"that somewhat different virgin.",
Duke Ellington's "Jazz Party"
disc. It's a dandy. A percussion
symphony including vibes, zyto
phones, marimba, tympani and
even a glockenspiel. .Beatrice
Lillie's satire on Mr. and Mrs.
Chichi, now available in the rec.
ord shops. Tab Hunter's ca
reer as a cook, a shipping clerk
and an uglier before be changed
kis name from Arthur Gel lien
t .Miss Bankhead picking on The
Big Burg by calling New, York
"the hick town of the world Tat.
lulah must be getting creaky.
We can remember when she
tpicked -tights with people.
1 Khrushchev's cure for hang.
vers: Raw eabbage and cucum cucumIhers.
Ihers. cucumIhers. Suzy Parker's modeling
modeling fee zooming to WO an

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sually pays.
This is what 'Gen.. David 'Sat.
waft chairman of thS RACtiO 'Cor 'Corpotation
potation 'Corpotation of Americafound when
President Eisenhower invited him
to the White. House for luncheon
some 'tithe sgoin utge that RFA
r an exhibit at the tl S.
Trade Fair in Moscow this sum summer.
mer. summer. Samoff did some quick caleul--
ating, figured that to put a calor
TV stucho in Moscow would cost
RCA. $200,000. This seemed a lot
of moneyl- However? Ike insisted
that he was balancing the budg budget,
et, budget, so you would ham te rely on
American business to bear the
brunt of the exhibits at Moscow.
Sarnoff agreed.
Tom Deegan, public relations
counsel for TCA, then got the
bright idea of selling the Rus Russians
sians Russians the color TV equipment att atter
er atter the fair was ower, in order to
defray part of the cost.' He hop hopped
ped hopped on e jet plane to Moscow,
found the Russians enthusiastic.
It now looks as if they would buy
the uipqment.
Thin Setoff got another idea
namely, to sell time on color
TV in Moscow to other American
firms which weren't going to ex exhibit
hibit exhibit in Moscow. This is now be being
ing being done.
Result: color Tv win be
shown live at the American fair
in Moscow eight hours a day,
with films the rest of the day.
General Foods will show its froz frozen
en frozen foods on TV and hoW they are
prepared. Other American firms
are buying time.
In addition, a Russian family
will be interviewed for one hour
every day, 'and visitors at the
fair will be able to see them on
16 different Tv sets oround the
Spectators will not only see the
live show being produced, but
will also see the show as it ap appeans
peans appeans on The TV monitor.
Total cost to TCA will be $237,-
000. But sales of Tv time, plus
probably sale of the TV equip equipment
ment equipment to the Russians, s-h ould
make TcA a little profit.
Gov. "Happy" Chandler of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, onetime baseball czar and
would-be candidate for president,
faces a political test next week
which may put a very wet damp damper
er damper on his fondest ambition -- to
"move Mamie out, move Mama
into the White House!
While not too many Democrats
outside of Kentucky really take
Happy's presidential ambitious se seriously,
riously, seriously, the Governor has labor labored
ed labored -under the linpression 'That in inside
side inside Kentucky he had a vaitant
army of faithful followers.
A test of how many he really
has is due, when Kentuckians go
to the polls in a hot primary in
which Happy is trying to put a across
cross across his lieutenant governor,
Harry Lee Waterfield, as gover governor.
nor. governor. Running against him as rival
Democrats are Judge Bert
Combs, for governor, and Wii.ion
Wyatt, former Mayor of Louis Louisville
ville Louisville and campaign manager for
Adlai Stevenson, for Lieutenant
Chandler started the campatgn
confidant that his man would
win despite a series of Mad scan

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ding; -plus the further fact -that -,
Waterfield has been drawing
three salaries. As beutenant,,govb
ernor ,draws 16000;' al scent!
tary of the Democratic," State
Committee be ;draws $600r white
as director.of the Legislative K4,
search Commission be draws ani,
other $6000t
, $
DespiM the-, politics. Atandt Atandtcaps',
caps', Atandtcaps', Happy was figuring en his
own. epellbinding oratory- to elect
his man. Of late tome-of his ora oratory
tory oratory seems to:: have' backfire&
When Governor Chandler 'fudden.
ly claimed Judge Combs and Wil Wilson
son Wilson Wyatt were' Communistsi Ken Kentuckians
tuckians Kentuckians remembered ,that Judge
Combs bad spent most,d'ef' four
years hi the south Pacific: and
that both he and Wyatt are
strong advocates of :private en enterprise.
terprise. enterprise. Again, Governoil Chandler ate
tacked the young Baptist Preach Preacher,
er, Preacher, Ira McMillan, who presides
over Judge Combs' church
Prestonsburg, for supporting
"A preacher," harangued Hap Happy,
py, Happy, "should not get into poli polities!"
ties!" polities!" He farther charged that
McMillan had not hsen a Mem Member
ber Member of the Baptist Church all hie
Resentful, some of the audl
ence listening to Happy's ha harangue
rangue harangue took off their Waterfield
buttons and left the hall.
All in all, it looks as if thfre'll
be a crimp in Happy Chandiees
political, power in Kentucky,
A young medical student at
Cornell, Don O'Connel, who has
been to Russia, .decided to invite
the Bolshoi ballet to a cocstail
party' in New York City. About
50 came, together with about 50
The Russians don't care muh
for cocktails, but clearly love ice
cream. And since ice cream is
scarce in Russia ,and unpalata unpalatable
ble unpalatable when you get it, O'Connel ar arranged
ranged arranged a very elaborate ice;
cream bar for the. Russian danc dancers.
ers. dancers. Me Americans circulating a am
m am ong the Russians asked the u usual
sual usual questions, got the Mill
'How do you like etre coun country?"
try?" country?" "Your country is very pretty
but Moscow is so very beauti beautiful."
ful." beautiful." "Whit do you think of our di
partment stoles? Aren't they. won,
"They are very nice, Iro"
Moscow they art much birpr.
And we have many tren on tilt
One American .guest finally
went up to. one of the girls and
asked: -Well, how do you like
our ice cream?"
"Oh, it's very nice, but in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow the ice cream is so deli delieiousand
eiousand delieiousand we have so much of








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Senate Gresup Overrides Chairman;
OKs Ogden Reid As Envoy To Israel

Saline Conversion
Water Plant To Be
Built On Coast

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Senate Foreign Relations Commit Committee
tee Committee overrode the protests of its
chairman Jesterday and voted
10-4to.approve President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's choice of Ogden R. Reid
to be U.S. ambassador to Is Israel..
rael.. Israel.. Also ,approved 16-0 was the no nomination
mination nomination of career diplomat John
)4. Ca,bot as 'ambassador to Bra Brazil.
zil. Brazil. He replaces Mrs. Clare Botnhe
Luce who Was confirmed by the
S'enatie but sttepped down on
grotmds a white-hot controversy
over her appointment had des destroyed
troyed destroyed her usefulness.
The only hostile votes against

WASHINGTON (11131)-- Inter Interior
ior Interior Secretary Fred A. Seaton an announced
nounced announced last night that the na nation's
tion's nation's first saline water conver conversion
sion conversion plant will be built somewhere
en the Gulf ,Coast.
At the lame time, Seaton said
an atomicTowered deomonstration-
plant capable of converting
one million. gallons of salt water
daily would be located .on the
yest Coast.
Seaton,. addre,ssing the sixth na national
tional national watershed congress, aid
exact. location of the Gulf Coast
Plib will be announced soon. He
Seati his department is consider considering
ing considering 31 Site possibilities.
The Gulf Coast plant, one of
five, saline water demonstration
plants authorized by Congress,
would use the so-called long-tube
multiple distillation process. Sea Seaton
ton Seaton hailed it a "major break breakthrough"
through" breakthrough" in the age-bld problem
of converting salt water to fresh.
The West Coast plant will em employ
ploy employ the flash distillatioh method,
Seaton said. He added that the
Atomic Energy Commission has
been asked to supply a low-temperature
10W-pressure atomic re reactor
actor reactor -as the' heat, source.


Reid were cast by Chariman
William Fulbright (Ark.) a n d
three other Democrats. Voting for
Reid, farmer president and editor
of the NeW York Herald Tribune,
were four Democrats and all six
committee Republicans.
Fullbright had been sharily
critical of the qualifications and
experience of the 33 -year old
Reid. He said after the vote that
the practice of appointing inex inexpreienced
preienced inexpreienced men to such posts had
contributed to the decline of U.S.
influence "in the eyes of the
In addition to Reid and Cabot,
the committee approved J.
Graham Parsons, also by a 16-0
vote, to be assistant secretary of
state for Far Eastern affairs. All
three nominationsx now must vbe
approved by the full Senate.
Fulhright had warned in the
wake of the fight over Mrs. Luce
that all future diplomatic nomi nominees
nees nominees would have to prove their
qualifications to win Senate con confirmation.
firmation. confirmation. Reid's norpination was
the first to be considered under
the strict new ground rules.
He had testified he felt quali qualified
fied qualified for the Israeli assignment in
view of his interest in foreign af affairs,
fairs, affairs, particularly the, Middle
East, and his experience 1 yith the
European edition of the Herald
Ftilbright said the committee,
in approving ,Reld, was unwilling
to depart from the past practice
of confirming all ambatsorial no
minations. He said this practice
of approving 'political appoint appointments
ments appointments has been made obsolete by
the critical world situation.


BERLIN (UPI) Three Ameri-'
can soldiers drove into East Ger Germany
many Germany illegally and were held tem temporarily
porarily temporarily by Communist authorities
the East German ews service
ADN reported Monday night. The
agency aid the soldiers, two
sergeants nd a corporal, were
turned over to West German bor border
der border police after checking of circumstances."

AT TUE AWARDS BALL held' by the Cristbal nigh' School
F, Rota Unit, Capt. Martin Klonts, presents the most distinguish
ed cadet medals given by the Atlantic chapter ROA (1 to r...
Fst Placa, Cadet CoL John Boseman; Second place; cadet Mal.'
Sander III; Thir4 place, Cadet Maj. John Ambrose.

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At lOth Day Of Sfeel Talks

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wage negotiators, showing signs
of strain, ended their slOth ses session
sion session yesterday with no sign if
progress and recessed their joint
talks until Arne 2.
The four-mag,negotiating teams
have clashed 6n a number of bas basic
ic basic economicargumennts, heigh heightening
tening heightening the "prospect of a serious
steel strike this summer.
The present three-year p a e
covering .500,000 steel ,workers -expires
at midnight June 30.
The eight negotiatiors showed
sings of the tension that has
mounted in rene,nt meetings. The
steel industry is standing firm on
its demand for a one-year wage
freeze this year to combat mfla mflation.
tion. mflation. The 12 companies involved
in the joint talks have asked the
other basic steel producers for
their opinions on the union's de demands
mands demands in an apparent bid for a
solid industry front.
The letter indicated that- the
union's basic demands are for a"
wage increase, a four day week
every four weeks which would av average
erage average out to a 38-hour week. and
complete company financing -of
all insurance, hospitalization add
medical plans.

Bridge Class,
Natural His fury
Meeting Al JWB
Dick Spero's popular bii,dge
class continues this' evening, at
the TISO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center in Balboa. Dealing
time is 8 p.m.
There will be a meeting of the
Canal Zone Natunl History Socie
ty tonight at the ITSO-JWB.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Marshall Hertig of the Gorgas
Memorial Laboratory in Panama
City whose subject will be "Phi le lebotomus
botomus lebotomus Sand hes and Leishman Leishmaniasis."
iasis." Leishmaniasis." The meeting will start at 8 p.m.
and all members are urged to attend.

Luncheon Held
Aboard Luxurious
Cruise Vessel

,A luncheon was held recently
aboard the luxurious cruise ship
Ariadne of the Hamburt-Aincrican,Linie
for a group of business
and Panama and Canal Zone of officials.
ficials. officials. Looking like a yacht, the And Andne
ne Andne is fully airconditioned, with a
capacity for up to 240 passengers.
and is regarded as probably the
most luxurious cruise ship to vi visit
sit visit Panama.
The vessel will Itib, leaving
shortly forsEurope on cruises to
Scandinavia and the Mediterran Mediterranean,
ean, Mediterranean, but will return to the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean at the end of this year.

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Informed sources estimated
that these demands, if niet, would
result in a package increase ap approaching
proaching approaching 25 cents an hour.
However, industry leaders have
said that every one-cent increase
in employment costs would add 30
million dollars to their operating
costs. On this basis a 25-cent
package would increase the cost
of doing business by three quar quarters
ters quarters of a billion dotter&
Neither R. Conrad Cooper,
chief industry negotiator, nr Da David
vid David J. McDonald, president of the
United Steelworlers Union, would
comment on the letter. Both look looked
ed looked nervous as they m'et with re reTorters
Torters reTorters after yesterday's two-hour

Presbylerian Urge
'Normal Relations'
With Commie China

governing body of the United
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.
has adopted a resolution expres expressing
sing expressing hope for eventual "normal
relations with the government of
the Chinese people."
The cautiously worded resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, adopted late yesterday
touched off a, major debate
among delegates and newsmen
as to its exact meaning.
The resolution said the church
hoped "the day may soon come
when. our government, in concert
with free nations, may enter with
honor into normal' relations with
the government of the Chinese
Two strongly- worded requests
from the presbyteries of Morris
and Orange, N. J., and Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., to put the 171st Gen General
eral General Assembly of the church in
opposition to recognition of Com Communist
munist Communist China were not incor incorporated
porated incorporated in the resolution.
However, delegates defeated
an amendment which would have
asked President Eisenhower and
the State Department to recon reconolder
older reconolder this comtryls refusal to
recognize Red China.
Dr. Herman L. Turner, of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, chairman of the assembly's
standing committee on bills and
resolutions, said the adopted res resolution
olution resolution represented an effort by
the church to "raise its sights'
from the diplomatic controversy
over recognition of Red China
and express a "Christian hope
that the gospel might be taken
to all people.
Dr. Turner declined comment
on whether he believed recogni recognition
tion recognition of the Communist nation
would imply moral approval. but
said he felt the United States
should get "off the defensive".

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Cub Scout pack 18, sponsored
by the Coco Solo Civic Council un under
der under the leadership of Dr. B. K.
Levin, cubmaster, held their last
pack,meeting before tha4 summer
vacation on Thursday at the Co Coco
co Coco Solo Scout Shadz.
The entire theme of the evening
program ,was to stress awards, ad advancements
vancements advancements and achievement and
grest even though there will be
laid the plans for summer pro prono
no prono formal Den or Pack meetings
until September.
The peak ol the evening was the
awarding of' four contest medals
to outstanding Cubs Scouts: Don
Miller, Bill Redmond, Mike Strong
and Chris Levin. In addition, ther)
were nihe attendance a ward 01
made to the boys who had quali qualified
fied qualified for the requirements of at attendance
tendance attendance at Den meetings and in
uniform with dues paid: Larry
Ilillsinger, Dennis Fedak, mike
Strong, Don Miller, Bill Redmond,
Hank DeVoll, George Kredell,
Doug Smith and Chris Levin.
Achievement and advancemen;
awards were given to recognize
progress made in Cub scouting:
Don Miller, Lion badge and gold
arrow; Bill Redmond, Lion badge
and gold arrow; George Kredell,
Lion badge; Ward Paris, Lion
badge; Larry Quinn, Bear badge,
Jimmi Carlson, Bear Midge; Doug
Smith, Bear badge; Warren Drell,
two silver arrows; Mike Strong,
gold arrow.
Service awards of a one-yearpin
was given to Randy Smith
and Den Mother Mary Clark. Five
boys were moved into the Webelo
den: Kenny Bernstein, Ward Pa Paris,
ris, Paris, Don Miller, Bill Redmond,
George Kredell arid Chris
This is the only den that WA
meet during the summer.
Public recognition was given to
the Den Mothers for the work they
had performed during the year:
Mary Queen, Mpry Clark, Evelyn
Redmond, Virginia, Miller, Alice
Lowery and Lorraine Carlson.
Mrs. Virginia Miller, who is go going
ing going on States leave within a few
days, was honored by her, den
with a surprise going-away pre prelent.
lent. prelent. Each den entertained the
meeting with p song. After an announceinents
nounceinents announceinents of the events in
which the pack will participate
during the next four months, the
meeting was closed.

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P0i3LARVILLE, Miss.Circuit
Judge Sebe Dale, on whether a
local grand jury -would issued in indictments
dictments indictments on the basis of an
FBI -report on the Mack Charles
Parker lynching:
"Certainly they might not be
as apt to indict in this case as
in some other case, but I believe
there will be indictments it the
evidence is sufficient."
body of the United Presbyterian
Church, in a resolution expressing
hope for U.S. recognition of Red
"The day may soon come when
our government, in concert with
free nations, may enter with hon honor
or honor into normal relations with the
government of the Chinese peo people."
ple." people." WASHINGTON Rep. R. R.
Gross (R-lowa), blocking House
action on a S10,225,500 money bill
he thought too high to run the
White House:
"I'm disappointed that the
President of the United States
didn't set the example by cutting
back in his own ship."
DALLAS, TexasMrs. Leslie
Darter, on being told of the death
of mad killer Frank Windsor, who
had threatened to kill her and
three other persons he held hos hostage
tage hostage overnight:
"Oh, good, I'm sure glad. God,
I bad given myself up for dead
all night."

THE FIRST TROOP to register for the coming camp season at Madden Lake was Troop;111.1
which is sponsored by &POE. 1414 of Balboa. F. R. Johnson, council camping representativel
accepts the signature of Robert F. Roche who is Stoutmaster for the troop while Jack Blanent
Troop Senior Patrol Leaderand Bill Mallory, institutional representative for Elks look on. 11014
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from Venezuela. at the US. Army Caribbean School. Fort Gulick.
received a certificate of appreciation from Lt. Col. Philip. M.
Judson, asssitant commandant of the school. on behalf of the
school and the U.S. Army. A guest instructor is a formef Latin
American student who excelled in his studleS and' was an out outstanding
standing outstanding military representative of his country. (US Army Photo)

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Miss Clair R. White

Winners of two $500 scholarships were presented to mem members
bers members and guests of the Caribbean College Club at the club's
annual spring luncheon in the Breakers Club in Coco Solo.
Miss .4,an E. Seaman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
Seaman Of Margailta, was awarded the Hector M. Grant
Memorial Scholarship and the College Club's scholarship
went to Wilss Clair R. White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy
P. White of Gatun.
The mothers of the honored girls, Miss E. F. Fanning
and A. F. Raymond were special guests at the luncheon.

: Miss Rattail Will inlet Massd-1
thusetts General Hospital in the
all in preparation Jot' nursing.
She will take her academic world
at Radcliffe College. She has
been active in the National Honor
Society, Future Teachers of Amer America,
ica, America, Torrid Zone Wizzards, Drama Dramatic
tic Dramatic Club, Nurses' Aid Club, Aid Aidvertising
vertising Aidvertising staff of the School paper,
intramural school sports and was
a delegate to 1958 Girls State. She
was also active in the Religious
Study Group and the Girl Scouts
of America, representing th eCan eCanal
al eCanal Zone for two weeks at Giri
Scout Roundup in Michigan in
1958. In 1957 she was chosen to re represent
present represent the Canal Zone Girl Scouts
at the All States Encampment at
Cody, Wyoming.
Miss White has been active in
the Drama Club, in high school mu
sic and class committees. She is
also a member of the Gatun Union
Church and Youth Fellowship, and
the Cristobal Rainbow Assembly
two. In 1958 she was chosen as the
best thespian and the best actress
at the Isthmian Drama Festival.
in 1952 she was general-for-a-day.
She Wens to attend Hollis College
virginia to train for teaching.
A' the luncheon, honorary mem13er-1in
was awarded to Mrs. B.
J. DeDaid as a recognition of her
many years work with the annual
Penny Social. Funds' from the Pen Penny
ny Penny Social contribute to ithe schol scholarships
arships scholarships awarded each ear by the
College Club.
AAA Louise Wynn. who wAs
sponsored by the club. spoke on
ter experiences At Girls State.
Airs. W. F. Grady, nresident,
harr'ed her.gavel to the new ores'
den'. Mrs. It. Thomas Conley.
Other officers instPlled wer,: first
vice-president, Mrs. James Pfau:
second vice-presiden', Airs.
IV. Wrenn; secretary, Mrs. E. F.

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New committee appointments
made by Mrs. Conley are: finance,
Mrs. Nye C. Norris; scholarship,
Mrs. G, B. Hardison and Mrs. E.
W. Argo; social, Mrs., C. N. Nbc;
history, Miss Sophie IX,Mcialmans
and Mrs. W. F. Grady.; member-,
ship, Mrs. J. LI Gwinhf 'and,'Mrs.
W. A. Reinheither; program, Mrs.
V. D. Young; publicity, Mrs. Paul
Moser; activities, Mrs. E. W.
Wrenn and yearbook, Mrs. J. M.
Klasvosky and Mrs, J. J. Hewitt.
The Pan-Can-Ettes, a ladies
Barb2rshop Quartet, furnished the
entertainment. Members of the
ouartett are Cecilia:Cove,. Wilma
Moore, Elaine Whitsell and Joan
David Markun Family
Sails On Cristobal
Among passengers sailing on
the SS Cristobal for New York to today
day today were Mr. and Mrs. David
Markun and their four children.
They Ian to visit in New York
and Washington, D.C., then con-,
tinue to Bayfield, Wis., to visit
Mrs. Markun's parents.
Before returning to the Isthmus
in Sep',ember, they will stay for
two months in Mexico City while
Mr. Markun. assistant counsrl for
the Canal Company, attends the
Foreign Service Institute.
Dospodida Friday
Honors Or. Bruno Eisen
An outstanding soci,1 event of
Friday evening on the Atlantic
'side will he a riespeditis honoring
1Dr. And Mrs. Bruno Eisen The
narty will be given in the Cristo Cristohpl
hpl Cristohpl Skyroom by co-workers and
friends of the noonlar eounle.
1 Dr. Eisen, who has served AR
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nitni Hosnitni for the past three 'years, is
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being trantderred by tlit ArMy
Washington, D.C.
Reservations are being handled
by Trevor Simoos, Cristobal 2-
lb33 or s4loo
Nes Norms Ann Jnits
Wins Cum Laud Mawr,
At Avssell Sags CO loge
Norma Ann Jenks, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard IL Jenks of
Ancon, will bo graduated shortly
from the School of Business at
Russell Sage College, Troy, N. Y.,
the college has annOunced. She
will be one of five cum laude
graduates and the only one in the
School of Business. At the col college's
lege's college's recent Honors Convocation,
she wss given the Kel las Scho,ar
Award, an hoeor which goes to
only about live percent of the stu.
dent body.
Miss Jenks ia a retailing major
As a part of her course work she
was employed in Saks Fifth Ave.
nue in New York City during the
1957 Christmas season.
Miss Jenks attended grade and
junior high school in New Mexico,
Oregon and Saipan, sod studied at
Cristobal High School bet ore
transferring to Balboa High trout
whiehshe was graduated in 1155.
In 1955-541 she was enmlled in the
Canal Zone Junior College where
she earned high scholarship hon.
Miss Jenks will be married on
August 1, in New York city, to
Richard Hehmeyer of Caldwell,
N.J., a 1954 graduate of Hamilton
College, Clinton, N.Y. He ix em employed
ployed employed by the Young and Rubicam
advertising agency in New York
Newcomers Club
Meets Tomorrow
The regular. May meeting of the
Atlantic Side Newcomers Club will
be held tomorrow afternoon at
1:30 at the Breakers Club in Coal
s A discussion and display of lin linens
ens linens will be featured in the pro program.
gram. program. All members and guests
are invited to attend.
Sir And Lady Henderson
Honerod At Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heiman
entertained last evening at their
home in Golf Heights with an in informal
formal informal dinner honoring Sir hn
Henderson, Britain's Ambassador
to Panama, and Lath. 'tenderson.
A small group of ti:.ids attend attended
ed attended the party.
Plans Are Announced
For Quinn-Lionettl
Nuptials In Juno
A wedding o, untuniat interest :n
both th CanalZone and Panama
City will be that of Miss Patric:
Teresa Quinn, daughter of Mr.
Rnd mrs. Marc P. Quinn, and Mr.
Thomas Lionetti, nopular Stateside
recording star. no nuptial vows
will be exchanged Saturday, June
13, at Cristo Rey Church in Pa Pamime
mime Pamime City,
The h-Y--Al-et is now in New
York, where she has appeared in
an ot;-btoauway prouncuon ar 1
teltvision showb. ohe WAS graduat graduated
ed graduated sfrom Balboa High School and
attended the Universi:y of Colora Colorado
do Colorado and the University of Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. Mr. Lionetti formerly was featur featured
ed featured as a singer on the "Hit Par Parade'
ade' Parade' television sitow, and has ap appeered
peered appeered in other television and ra radio
dio radio shows as well as summer
s' ock.
Mrs. Walter Edei of Call, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, will sserve her niece as
matron of honor, and bridesmaids
will be Miss Pamela Carpenter of
Balboa, Miss Gracie la Quelquejeu
and Miss Liky Arosemena of Pa Papanic
panic Papanic Teresita Azcarraga will be
the flower girl.
Frederick Park of New York
will be the best man, and ushers
will include Anthony Lionetti of
Gliffside, N J., brother of the
bridegroom; Marc and Bruce
Quinn, brothers of the bride-elect;
and Frank Azcarraga of Panama.
Arturo Muller will be the ring ringbearer.
bearer. ringbearer. The wedding reception will be
given at the Panama Golf Club.
Natural History Society
The Panama Canal Natural His History
tory History Society, meeting this evening
at 8 at the Balboa US0-.11VB,
have as guest sneaker Dr. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Hertig. medical entomologist
at Gorges Memorial Laboratory.
He will discuss the progress
which has been made in the stu study
dy study of sandflies and their threat to
Society members and other in interested
terested interested persons are invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Ilks Eyrie Lodge
Eyrie Lodge 530, Elks of the
World. will convene in special sea.
sion this evening at the Rainbow
City Lodge, Hall. Important bus'.
fleas will be discussed and an
members are urged to attend.
Canal Zone SPCA
Th.. Canal Zone Chapter et the
Society tor the ?retention of
Cruelty to Animals will meet Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa USO-JWB. AU members are
urged to attend.
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Of Rice And Almonds

SAVORY meatless most in a dish, and easy to prepare besides,
is tuna Ash in almond rico ring, oovered with cheese sauce.

Here's an unuswilly pleasant
meatless day dinner made from
off t shelf ingredientspacle
aged' precooked ,rice, canned Lima
and evaporated milk.
Tuna Savory In Almond
Rico' Ring
One can (1 2-3 cups) evaporattd
milk, 2 teaspoons dry mustard,
12 teaspoon salt, 2 cups grated pro
cess American-cheese, Vs cup cook
ed green peas, 2 tablespoons chop chopped
ped chopped green Ivies, 2 tablespoons
chopped onion, .1 1-3 cups (-1,nounce
box) packiged pre cooked
rice, teaspoon salt, 1 1-3 cups
boiling water, cup. sliv,ered or
chopped .blanched almonds, 2
tablestioons butter,'1' cup (T-ounce
can) tuna lisho drained and flak
Combine milk, mustard and 12
teaspoon salt. Scald 'over medium
heat about 2 minutes. Add ch4,ese,
peas, olives and onion. Contintie to
cook, '.stirring constantly until
cheese, melts, about 2 minutes.
Meanwhile, add packaged pre precooked
cooked precooked rice and salt to boiling
water in saucepan. Mix just to
moisten ill rice. Cover, remove
from beat and let stand.5-minutes.
Saute almonds in butter unlit
golden brown, stirring constantly.
Add almonds and butter to rice.
Pack into a weel-greased 7-inch
ring mold and let stand a few min minutes.
utes. minutes. Turn out. onto hot servibg
plate. Fill center with tuna,,fis'i.
Pour cheete saner over rice ring
and tuna. Makes 4 or 5 servings.
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like it.
Peas and Rico Supremo
(Makes 4 servings)
One package (10 ounce) quick quickfrozen
frozen quickfrozen green peas, 2 cups water,
44teaspoon salt, 1 1-3 cups (4 12-
ounce box) packaged precooked
rice. 12 cup grated sharp Cheddar
cheese, dash of pepper.
Add peas to water and salt In
a saucepan. Cover and bring to a
boil. Simmer 2 minutes. Add rice,
bring again to a boil. Cover, re remove
move remove from heat and let stand 5
minutes. Just before serving, r,dd
grated cheese and pepper, mixing
lightly with a fork.
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them at the right time. East's
queen of spades wao his highest
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nents' opponents' advantage; not his own.
South's three no trump con contract
tract contract was based on a minimum
13-point two so trump response
and a minimum or sub minimum
12-point opening bid by North.
- West opened the. jack of spades
and, South saw that his contract
was practically hopeles. Also,
there was nothing much he could
do to makeit but East and West
got together to make it for him.
Ea6t pia ye sL the seven of
spades. He wasn't going to waste
his queen on his partner's jack.
South ducked, letting the jack
hold. West continued, with the ten
and this time. East had to play his
queen. South also allowed this to
hold and East found that he was
the lead with no spades left in
his hand.
He led the jack of diamonds.
South W011 with the ace, led a
low heart and played the eight
from dummy. East was in with
the jack and still had no spade to
lead. This gave South time to
knock out the ace of clubs also
and make his contract.
How did West help declarer?
He could have led his king of
sppdes at trick two. This would
have kept him in the lead and al allowed
lowed allowed him to clear the wade suit
by himself while he still held the
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Burn Three Flags
On Street Corner
of the United States, gritain and
Russia were burned last night
by a group of youngsters shout shouting
ing shouting "Long live Peronism," in one
of the busiest corners of the city.'
In a lightning demonstration,
thO'y distributed handbills read reading:
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MRS. ROBERT M. DONLEY pins a first class badge and five fiveyear
year fiveyear pin on Eve Stephen at the recent Court of Awards ceremong
held by the Girl Scouts Intermediate Troop 28. Curundu. Mrs.
Donley is the neighborhood chairman. (US Army Photo)

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Big cinema news: Jerry Walds
next picture will star Marilyn
Monroe and be directed by Elia
Kazana blockbuster of a com
bination. A's an original screen
play by Clifford Odets, probably
to be titled "The Story on Page
One". .The. John Waynes are
ecstatic. They've just learned
they're expectinr another baby.
.Eva Marie Saint and her ilus.
band, Jeff, Hayden, will confuse
the rumor-spreaders by taking
off on a second honeymoon in
the very near future. "John
Roosevelt is being romanced by
both the Nixon and Rockefeller
camps, Who'd like his support, in
their campaign plans for the Re
publican presidential nomination,
There's been much behind-the.
scenes maneuvering, but apparent.
ly John hasn't made up his mind
yet, and it won't be an easy task;
he and the Vice President are
close chums, but he bacKed
Rockefeller for Governor of Ncw
York. Nick Darvas (of the
spectacular Darvas and Julia
dance team at the Latin Quin..
ter) has become a millionaire
via such unusual methods. ol
trading in Wall St. that a nation
al magazine will attempt to ex explain
plain explain his system in an upcoming
!issue. .Be loved actor Edmund
Gwenn's ,gravely ill in Ca lifer
Mrs. Johnny' Meyer, the for.
mer Diane Anderson, will file
for a California divorce from the
wealthy check picker-upper, to
the surprise of none of their inti intimates.
mates. intimates. Although Rock Hudsor
and Jean Simmons share the big
billing in "This Earth of Mine,"
shapely Cindy Robbins, a new newcomer
comer newcomer built for whistles, is get getting
ting getting most of the lobby comments
from the males in the preview
audience. .Latin-American band-
leader Noro Morales has just re
turned from the West Cosst
where he undersvent two serious
eye operations and narrowly es---
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London. We are Argentines for
the defense of the national ex existence."
istence." existence." The incident took place in the
heart of the shopping and,theatri and,theatrical
cal and,theatrical district, just before curtain
time in the legitimate theateres.
The demonstrators disappeared
before the police arrived.
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by Dorothy Killgallen

caped total blindness. He lost al almost
most almost 100 pounds during the or
deal. .Pat O'Brien is most like
ly to get the fat role of the poll.
tician in the forthcoming Broad.
way production of "Ma Gang's
All Here."

If Princess Margaret can eves
recover from her ill-starred at,
tachment to Group Captain Po,
ter Townsend, palace sources be.
lieve she'd have no trouble get.
ting royal permission to, mar!'y
the Hon. Dominic Elliot, son 01
the Earl of Mint. She's Rini
enough of him to call him "Dom.
mie," they share interest Ca
many thingsincluding jazz ree.
ordsand both Queen Elizabeth
and the Queen Mother seem te
approve of him as an amazing
and proper suitor for the bache.
lor-girl princess. Broadway
hears the district attorney is rEa.
dying headlines about a gamb
ling setup that will make the
famed Gross case seem small.
time. .CBS has plans for a spo.
cial "bandstand" type show for
George DeWitt. He'd do it in addl.
tion to his "Name That Tune".
team of British scientist&
have devised an electronic ear
which may save the Um of ma
ny men buried in mine disasters
The ear can hear signals through
solid rock up to & distance ol
half a mile.

If anyone can look chic in an
eye-patch, the Duchess of WiLd
sor undoubtedly and did.
She bumped into something on
board 'the S.& United States .ano
had to wear a bit of plaster over
one eye when the ship docked
at Le Havre. Memo to Willie
B. Williams and other disc jock jockleys:
leys: jockleys: Double-check Paul Clayton's
album of songs by Robert Burns,
"The Merry Muses of Caledonia,"
if you have any intention of play playing
ing playing it. Authentic lyrics PI th
Scottish poet are definitely tiol
the ones you learned in Junior
High. .Eyewitness report0Vben
Gina Lollobriglda's bath seen,
for "Solomon and Sheve was
being filmed in Madrid, the. set
was cleared of all visitors end
press reprenentatives--with the
exception of Holiday magazine's
'lucky reporter, Frederic Morton.
He noted that (although to the ei einema
nema einema customers it Avill appear
Gina is totally unclothed) actual actually
ly actually she wore, makeup from wig
to motionpichire seal "limit".
flesh-colored wool -from seal
mit" to hip; and anthin, tight,
mit" to hip; and are thin, tight,

Sacha, Distel, well aware that
his dreams of becoming a movie
star face a rude awakening now
that he's no longer Brigitte Bar-
dot's official fiance, has beer
tossing himself intoall manner
of publicity stunts to keep his
name before the public. For web
ample, he made- his latest re,
ords in a plane that kept circling
low over the heart of Paris and
had a loudspeaker installation
blasting his vocals to the pdes.
trians below. Sachs was suppos
ed to have been backed b,
an instrumental sextet, but three
of the musleans chickened out
and he had to croon with what
was left, a trio. ..k local furrier
admits he has little hope of ever
collecting on the $20.000 fur cirt
ordered by former' EmPtess So Sorays
rays Sorays on her last visit here. She
had him make It up, but never
called for it, end he hasn't beard
a word from her since. . Milli
just three hours between planes t tfrom
from tfrom liolliwood to London, Dee )
Wynter spent the time on a tour.
met meal et Romeo Salta's wit)
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Demands For Anti-Lynch Legislation
Follow Figs Dropping Parker Case

for federal anti-lynch legislation
were raised in Congress tot;ay
in the wake of the FBI's finding
that no federal law was violated
in the Poplarville, Miss., lynch
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-N.Y.)
Introduced amendments to include
an anti-lynching provision in two
pending civil rights billsan ad adrninistraton
rninistraton adrninistraton program of which he
is a co-sponsor and a more mod moderate
erate moderate bill by Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson.
The New Yorker said the FBI's
withdrawal from the investigation
of he kidnap murder of Mac lc
Charles Parker, a 23-year-old Ne Negro
gro Negro accused of raping a white
woman, showed conclusively "the
need for a federal anti lynch
Sens. Paul H. Douglas
and Frank J. Lausche (D-Ohio)
who also are backing civil rights
legislation, agreed the Poplarville
case showed a need for federal
But Sen. John Sparkman (1)-
Ala.), voicing the traditional
southern opposition to federal. le legislation
gislation legislation on lynching, said "it
means no such thing."
Sen. John Stennis (D Miss.),
testifying before the Constitution Constitutional
al Constitutional Rights subcommittee, did not
comment directly on the Poplar Poplarville
ville Poplarville lynching. But he opposed all
pending civil' rights bills.
Stennis said Mississippi would
not have integrated schools "in
mv time or at all."
Senate GOP Leader Everett M.
Dirksen said he understood Sen



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ate civil rights backers would
launch a "pretty concerted ef effort"
fort" effort" in behalf of strong legisla legislation
tion legislation next week. He said Seaate
hearings are expected to end Fri Friday
day Friday and floor discussion
quickly follow.
"I'd like to see a civil rights
bill as early as possible, and I'd
like to see it don2 in this ses session,"
sion," session," Dirksen said. "If it goes
over to the election year it does
not minimize your difficulty or
make the task easier."

There appeared to be a general
feeling in Congress that the Jus Justice
tice Justice Department's decision to
withdraw the FBI from the Pop Poplarville
larville Poplarville investigation would give
civil rights backers new taiking
Many congressmen were reserv reserving
ing reserving judgment until they see what
is done with the FBI evidence

COLOMBO, Ceylon )14)
Premier Solomon W.R.D. Bandar Bandaraniake
aniake Bandaraniake Monday urged neighboring
nations to join Ceylon in a co coordinated
ordinated coordinated program of agricultural
and economic development. lie
presented his proposal to del delegates
egates delegates of ,Inclia, Pakistan, Indo Indonesia
nesia Indonesia and Ceylon now in Colombo
to arrange an economic confer conference
ence conference of Afro-Asian countries.

LEAVES GOVERNMENT SERVICE Andrew Brown, civilian em employe
ploye employe of the Office of the Post Engineer Supervisor, Engineer Sec Section,.I.IS
tion,.I.IS Section,.I.IS Army Caribbean, was hoored as he retired after 16 years
with the US gOvernment.. Brown, who makes his home at 574 24th
Street, Panama City, received a letter of appreciation from Lt.
Col. Donald F. Rgers. USARCARIB engineer, right, congratulating
him on is excellent record and efficient performance. He began his
government service at the Panama Air Depot and became affilated
with the Engineer Section in 1950. Brown retired on physica Idis Idisability
ability Idisability and was not eligible to receive the full benefits of retire retirement
ment retirement for a 16-year period. Employes of the Central Pass Branch,
USARCARIB Provost Marshal's Office and the Civilian Personnel
Office voluntarily contributed from their perSonal funds on three
occasions to add'tod Brown's retirement income. A native of Ja Jamaica,
maica, Jamaica, Brown intends to return to that island where he will live
at Richmond Gap 'IUS Army Photo)


TV Station Asks
Mixed Couple
To Stop Dancing


,litliLLIAM )1:4451rTElito awards the Gover nor's Cub to Cadet Maj. Graham Gross. The Cup
Oresefited to the cadet in Military III class w ho attains the highest grade in the Annual Ex ExaminatiOn
aminatiOn ExaminatiOn in Military Scienmce and Tactics. Al so pictured is Cadet Capt. Patrick Tate who re received
ceived received the second place medal. The presentatio ns were made during the Annual Awards Ball
held by the Balboa High School Rare Unit at F ort Amador Officers' Open Mess.

TORONTO (UPI)Students at
Malvern Collegiate High School
were making a petition of pro protest
test protest today to send to a Buffalo
television station after a Negro
student from the school was re removed
moved removed from a program for dan dancing
cing dancing with a white girl.
William Collings, member of
the Ontario Legislature said he
would protest the incident to La Labor
bor Labor Minister Charles Daley,
whose department handles dis discrimination
crimination discrimination problems.
The incident occurred yesterday
when a group of students from
the Toronto school went to take
part in the televised progtam
called "Dance Party," over sta station
tion station WGR-TV. Fifteen-year old
Clayton Johnston was asked to
stop dancing with. a white girl
from Toronto after viewers com complained.
plained. complained. Anort Porishoner

turned over to Mississippi Gov. J.
icSets Church Afire
P. Coleman. It was understood
involved 10 persons considered to:
in Hattiesburg
be prime suspects in the April 25
lynching of Parker.

Mrs. Mattie Smith was held today
ou arson charges after police said
she attended church, got "mad at
the preacher" and set fire to the
The 47-year-old mother of two,
officers said, admitted that after
attending Sunday night ervices
at the Grave Nrizarene Mission,
she returned and set fire to oil oilsoaked
soaked oilsoaked rags which she placed on
the psiws.
They said she admitted that she
'first knocked out all the windows,
,pnd went home after set'ing the
Fireme n, extinguished the
flames before much damage was
done. Police said Mrs. Smith, who
lived a short distance from the
chureh, was on the scene when
the firemen arrived.
Hirers asked her why she set
the fire. She replied she was
"Inad at the preacher," but po police
lice police did not say why.

k LONDON (UPI) Russia has
given the United Arab Republic
plans for construction of the first
stage of the Aswan high dam nro nroject,
ject, nroject, Moscow radio reported Mon Monday.
day. Monday. the Arab language broad broadc'Ist
c'Ist broadc'Ist cald the plans were prepared
by Sovint experts nd handed
over to UAR officials in Cairo.


If you feel old before your time or
suffer from nerve, brain or physical
weakness, you will find happiness and
ftealth in a new American Laboratory
method which restores youthful vigour
and vitality. It is a simple home treat treatment
ment treatment in tablet form prepared by an
American Laboratory and is very easy
to take. It acts directly on your
glands, nerves and vital organs, and
works so well you can see and feel
new bodily power and vigour in a
short time. Because of its natural ac action
tion action on glands and nerves your brain
power and memory often improve
This new gland and vigour restorer
called VI-Tabs has been tested and
proved in the United States and is
now available at all drugstores here.
Get VI-Tabs tablets from your drug druggist
gist druggist today. put them to test and see
the big improvement Take the full
bottle, which lasts eight days. It will
make you full of vigour, energy and
vitality, and you will feel years
younger. The largo size which laste 24
days is very economical.

TB Research Shows
Patient's Cough
Transmits Gems

Hopkins University researcher to today
day today told of experiments which
strengthen the theory that tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis germs are spread by the
coughing of infected persons.
Dr. Richard L. Riley said the
study was made at the Veterans
Administration hospital in Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. He told the annual meeting of
the National Tuberculosis Assn.
that a group of guinea pigs was
housed next to a special six-room
ward of the hospital where pa patients
tients patients with .advanced tuberculosis
were being treated.
A ventilating system was in installed
stalled installed that carried air from the
patients' room to the chamber
where the guinea pigs were
housed. Thus, the guinea pigs
were exposed to air from the
rooms occupied by the patients
and to germs coughed up by the
During a two-year period, Riley
said, 71 of the 156 guinea pigs
contracted tuberculosis. Scientists
also were able to trace precisely
the patient source of the guinea
pig infection.
"'rhe possibility of identifying
the particular patient source of
the guinea infections has come as
an exciting and unexpected divi dividend
dend dividend from this study of airborne
infection," Riley said.
"Not only do these data
strengthen the case of the fact of
airborne transmsision, but the
likelihood arises that we now
have available a new experimen experimental
tal experimental tool for the study of the in infectivity
fectivity infectivity of human tuberculosis."

Bolivian Envoy's
firandchild KidortrI
In City Of Asuncion

ASUNCION, Paraguay (UPI)
Police of two nations joined today
in search for Maria Berta Becker,
45-day-old granddaughter of Bo Bolivian
livian Bolivian Ambassador Luis Arduz
Daza, who was kidnaped from the
embassy Sunday.
Paraguayan police rounded un
a number of the 300 Bolivian ref refugees
ugees refugees here on the chance that the
crime was part of a political plot.
They also arrested all the em embassy
bassy embassy servant's because of indica indications
tions indications the kidnapning might have
bPen an inside lob.
Radio stations here broadcast
repeated appeals for help in lo locating
cating locating the missing infant.
At the,,amhtnsador'E.Arvattet.
Bolivian authofities set up a
watch at tiorder points through
whieh little Maria might be smug smuggled
gled smuggled into Bolivia.
Anduz. a career dinlomat who
hag lived moat of his life outside
Bolivia, said he couldn't conceive
nf RTIV political motive or the
kidnanpit)g He said he never has
been active in politics.
So far as was known, no ransort-,
not,' has been received.
Maril was abducted from
A bedroom in the Embassy reei reeidence
dence reeidence on Peru Avenue where she
was taking am afternoon nap.
Belief that the kidnapping may
have been n inside job was
basnd largely on the fact that the
kidnaners appeared to be familiar
with the layout of the building.
So far as is known. no one saw
them enter or leave.

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Newly-elected officers of the Balboa Woman's Club witness the exchange of
the gavel at the club s anniversary spring luncheon at the Tivoli. From left
,are Mrs. 'Ernest Van Horn, nominator; Mrs. Stewart Trail, assistant treasurer; Mrs. Vernon E. Williams, treasurer;
Mrs. James E. Snodgrass, incoming president; Mrs.G. O. Parker, assistant corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. G.
Foster, corresponding secretary; Mrs. D. C. Zitzman, assistant recording secretary; Mrs. William C. Hearon, out outgoing
going outgoing president; Mrs. Co. K. Worley, second vice president; Mrs. Peter Bolton, first vice president; and Mrs Grover
Luce, recording secretary.

Officers of the Balboa Wo Man's Club are pictured with their honored
guests at the ciub s thirteenth anniversary luncheon at the Tivoli Guest
HOLM!. From left are Mrs. t64. Guibert, president, Curundu Women's Club; Mrs. Burrell, president, Inter-American
Woman's Club; Mrs. Peter Bolton, Incoming first vice president; Mrs. W. E. Potter, wife of Canal Zone Gov. Potter;
Mrs. James E. Snodgrass, incoming president, Balboa Woman's Club; Mrs. Albert Saarinen Jr., past president; Mrs.
William C. Hearon, outgoing president; Mrs. J. Spear, president, Gamboa women's Club; Mrs. O. K. Worley, In Incoming
coming Incoming second vicepresident; Mrs. W. W. Patton, Cristobal Women's Club.

Newlyelected officers of
the Fort Amador Officers
Wives tlub are pictured at
the cluO'S luncheon meeting.
The nOW' president '141Mrs
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Went. ,Mrt. Blaine Mere,
left,, la, vicsprosident .and
Mrs., Frank Hamilton, right,
Is treasurer. (Army Photo).




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VVEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1951 0

addix 1 lurls Greatest lig League GameLoses

1 I


Pitches 19 Perfect Innings
Only To Lose Ilearibreaker

0 Kobbe All-Army 3
By FRED DOWN I Venentel MiSSiOn$ 0
' The keglers from the United
NEW YORK, May 27 (UPI) Little Itarvey ',States Military Missions to Vene VeneHaddix
Haddix VeneHaddix occupies a special niche in baseball history 1
, zuela traveled to the west bank
'of the Canal and returned empty
today as the man who pitched the greatest major :handed, be,ilig blanked by an all allleague
league allleague game ever and lost. Army quintet yesterday afternoon.
Before the bowlers from Cara
cas got the "feel' of the lanes,
They're not even sure whether hits. All "official" modern perfect
the first game was over and Kob Kobhe
he Kobhe final score was 1-0 or 2-0 but gamesby Cy Young, Addie Joss,
,be WM by 102 pins. In this stan stant's
t's stant's certain the 33-year old lefty Ernie Shore. Charlie Robertson
l za of the match, Bruce Hassler of
tom Medway, Ohio, will be re- and Don Larsenwere nine-inning
Kobbe was high with a 191.
membered as baseball's all-time affairs and also were all achiev achiev'hard
'hard achiev'hard luck pitcher.' ed by American Leaguers. The second game was very
close with two of the Missions go goAnd
And goAnd his Pittsburgh Pirate team The victory, achieved on Lew
l ing over 200, when Walt Sheeler
nates can never forget the night Burde:te's 12-hit pitching, enabled
Jilt 223 and Tony Romeo smack smackhey
hey smackhey couldn't score a run for the the Braves to remain three games
ed 213, but despite these two ex exnan
nan exnan who pitched a 12-inning "pe ahead of the San Francisco Giants
who beat the Los Angeles Dodgers, cellent games, the visitors went
ect game.' 1 6pins. Again the no6-4,
on Leon Wagner's ninth-inning. (town 1)Y
Haddix' supreme effort won't
ippear officially among the per homer. The Cincinnati Reds de- mads from Venezuela rolled a
ect games. of course. becausr. feated the Philadelphia Phillies, commendable game in the finale,
he Milwaukee Braves NVOTI out in 2-1, in the only other N.L ga,N,. but the Kobbe ("lilies got hot, and
he 13th inning but it will be in- 'The Cleveland Indians increased posted a 905 game to beat the
dude(' with a special notation. A- their first-place lead to two games guests from Venezuela.
ong the route that eventually ted with a 3-0 victory over the Chica VVall Sheeler of Military Mis Mis0
0 Mis0 defeat, tiaddi, achieved the ; go W'hile Sox, the Boston Red Sox sion team, found the Kobbe Lanes
ollowing: I routed the New York Yankees, 1, to his liking because he scored the
The first nine-inning perfeet 2, the Detroit Tigers downed the highest series for the match with
:ame' in modern NI. history. Kansas City Athletics, 9-5, and tl.i, a 576. Tony Romeo who hit 500 se
The first extra-inning "perfect Baltimore Orioles s h a d e it the ries in Amador on Monday, con con:ame'
:ame' con:ame' in baseball history. Washington Senators, 6-5, in A- firmed this pace vvith a 515. For
The longest string of perfect merican League action. the Kobbe Bowlers, every one
nnings ever put together in a 1 Wagner connected for his grand went over the 500 mark, except
naior 'league game !slant homer off Art Fowler after Father Lou Karry.
The 4prnazing spell ended at the single and two walks filled the Before the bowlers from Vene
;tart of the 13:h inning when Felix tbases against Sandy Koufax and zuela depart from these parts,
ilantilla reached first base on 3 gave San Francisco's Gordon they meet a team selected from
hrowing error by third-baseman 'tones his second win. Andre Rod- players' of the hitajor League, an
')on Hoak. Eddie Mathews' sacri gers had previously homered off All-Civilian Canal Zone Team and
ice forced liaddix to issue an in- Koilfax who fanned 11 and had a all Panamanian team, featuring
entional walk to Ilank Aaron in four-hitter going into the ninth. Pepe Damian, the last bowler on
irder to face lead-footed Joe Ad-1 the Isthmus to hit the perfect
;ock with a potential inning-end- Don Newcombe pitched a sev- game, and conclude the tour with
ng double play situation set up.' en-hitter and singled home a run a match at Albrook versus An All AllThen
Then AllThen came Adcock's fence- for the Reds to square his record Airforce Team.
clearing drivethe only hit off at 4-4. Ruben Gomez suffered The mission team will play a
Haddig the resulting confusion his third loss for Philadelphia doubleheader this evening starting
..,k:,-1.. .,... A....4 ,..iii .nAti. 6...,.. 1.4. at 5 o'clock at the Balboa Bewlera

They're not even sure whether hits. All "officiai- monern perieet
the filial score was 1-0 or 2-0 but gamesby Cy Young, Addie Joss,
it's certain the 33-year old lefty Ernie Shore. Charlie Robertson
:4 from Medway, Ohio, will be re- 1 and Don Larsenwere nine-inning
;y-f Membered as baseball's all-time'affairs and also were all achiev achieve
e achieve 'hard luck pitcher.' ed by American Leaguers.
And his Pittsburgh Pirate team The victory, achieved on Lew
mates can never forget the night Burdeite's 12-hit pitching, enabled
they couldn't score a run for the the Braves to remain three games
:!; man who pitched a 12-inning "pe:- ahead of the San Francisco Giants
fect game.' who beat the Los Angeles Dodgers,
Haddix' supreme effort won't 6-4, on Leon Wagner's ninth-inning
appear officially among the per homer. The Cincinnati Reds de defeet
feet defeet games. of course. becalw. feated the Philadelphia Phillies,
the Milwaukee Braves NVOTI out in 2-1, in the only other N.L ga.V.
the 13th inning but it will be in- The Cleveland Indians increased
eluded with a special notation. A- their first-place lead to two games
long the route that eventually ted with a 3-0 victory over the Chica
ti to defeat, Haddix achieved itie go White Sox, the Boston Red Sox
following: routed the New York Yankees,
The first nine-inning ''perfeet 2, the Detroit Tigers downed the
ti game' in modern NI. history. Kansas City Athletics, 9-5, and the
The first extra-inning "perfect Baltimore Orioles shaded the
, A

game' in baseball history. Washington Senators, 6-5, in A American
merican American League action.
The longest string of perfect
innings ever put together in a W agner connected for his grand
slant homer off Art Fowler after
major 'league game
a single and two walks filled the
The 4prnazing spell ended at the
bases against Sandy Koufax and
start of the 13:h inning when Felix
gave San Francisco's Gordon
Mantilla reached first base on 3

throwing error by third-baseman
Don Hoak. Eddie Mathews' sacri
fice forced liaddix to issue an in intentional
tentional intentional walk to Hank Aaron in
order to face lead-footed Joe Ad Adcock
cock Adcock with a potential inning-ending
double play si;uation set up.'
Then came Adcock's fence fenceclearing
clearing fenceclearing drivethe only hit off
Haddig the resulting confusion
when Adcock passed Aaron in
the base-line the question of
whether the final score was 2-0
or 1-0and finally Haddie post post46Me
46Me post46Me comment: "it's only an another
other another loss; it just hurts a bit
In all baseball history there is
rty' one "hard luck" pitcher who
might be compared to Haddix
Barry McIntire of Brooklyn, wno
pitched, a no-hitter for 10 2-3 in innings,
nings, innings, against Pittsburgh, Aug. I,
1956, and eventually lost, 1-0. in
13 innings after giving up four
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Don Newcombe pitched a seven-hitter
and singled home a run
for the Reds to square his record
at 4-4. Ruben Gomez suffered
his third loss for Philadelphia
which was shut out with two hits
until the seventh. Harry Ander Anderson's
son's Anderson's homer accounted for the
only run off Newcombe.
Don Ferrarese pitched a four
hitter and drove in two runs with
three doubles as the Indians hand handed
ed handed Dick Donovan his third loss.
White Sox manager Al Lopez wam
ejected by umpire Frank Tabac Tabacchi
chi Tabacchi in the third inning for protest protesting
ing protesting a ball-and-strike call.
Tom Brewer yielded seven hits
behind a 12-hit Boston barrage
that dealt the Yankees' Bob Tur Turley
ley Turley his sixth setback. Gary Geiger
had three hits and Vic Wertz,
Dick Gernert, Jackie Jensen and
Pete Daley two each for the Red
Sox. The Yankees have lost 14 of
their last 21 games and trail the
seventh-place Red Sox by 1 1-2
Charlie Maxwell and pitcher
Tont Nlorgan homered in a 12-hit
attack that carried Detroit's Paul
Foytack to his second victory and
Gene Wood ling's three-run homer
was the big blow for the Orioles
as Hal Brown picked up his sec second
ond second victory of the year.

Champion Trap Shooter
Fellow pros consider Julius Boros
as the greatest tap shooter in the
game today. That phase of the
game along with strength in long
iron and wood shots enabled Boros
to pick up 829.00 in earnings on
the pro tour in 1958.
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it leaves the cords
it is hard to steer.
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Fort Kobbe All Army
Harry Zost 163 168
Ray Burton 172 187
Cliff Parker 175 187
Bruce Hassler 191 184
Lou Harry 138 162
Totals 839 888
195 526
175 537
174 536
i68 543
193 493
905 2632
195 576
1-82- 313087
137 496
168 515
-- 104
U.S. Missions to Von.
Walt Sheeler 158 223
Paul Smith 137 --
Ray McBride 126 --
Chuck Bagley 182 177
Tony Romeo 134 213
Sid Sperling 104
Milt Castleman -- 148
Totals 737 864
Cerveza Balboa still leads the
League, last week they consolidat consolidated
ed consolidated their position by taking all
four points from the Mercurio
Jewlers and as result they are
nOW leading the league by two
points, For the beerman high
scorers were produced by Mc McComas
Comas McComas who rolled a 427 series and
Spiros who finaly decided that
curves look good in the opposite
sex but add little to the bowling
For the Jewlers, Teal was the
high score with a 424 and Bees ler
follows with a 403. American
Supply managed to remain in sec second
ond second place and is very much in
contention for the first place,
they are only two points out and
they promise to give Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa the battle of their lives comes
next week.
Non the iess, they could not off offset
set offset the Volkswagen team and they
droped, three points to the Car Car1
1 Car1 men. The Volkswagen five are
I five points out of first place and
they figure to get there shortly,
'anyway the Carmen with more
luck continue to be Burkhalter
who bowled a 409 and Larrazabal
!with a 408.
The Suppliers high series we,re
turned in by Morado 421 anti Mi Michael
chael Michael 401., Gulfpride and Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro had one of those gentleman
agreements and split up the spits
.taking two points each. For the
Wildcatters, Miranda rolled an
outstanding 476 series and was
helped right along by Hodge with
a 436.
La Mascota is still trying to get
to the top allthough the odds are
getting rough they are 10 points
out of first but with a little luck
maybe they can make it.. Last
week they took three points from
Crawford Agencies and they ac accomplished
complished accomplished this by having every
I one bowl steady. As it was Hervey
I had a 415 series and Trevitio a 408.
For the Zenith Radio-men,
Barhnart lead with a 390 and
Opio helped with a 384. The Marl Marl,boro
,boro Marl,boro Smokers with real skill were
'Di Paulo with a terrific 528 sciles
and Vargas with a 392,
The team standing as follows:
Cerveza Balboa 32 16
American Supply 30 18
Volkswagen 27,1 2o1,2
Gulfspride 2412 231,42
La ylascola 2 26
1Crawford Agencies 19 29
Mercurio 19 29
M arlboro 18 30
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PLAYER OF THE YEAR',--Chico Martin with trophies awarded
him by the American Legion Junior Baseball Section. Martin,
in addition to being named "player-of-the-year," also received
the pitching trophy for his outstanding feat of winning nine
games while losing none. To top it all off Chico aiso received
the fleague's most valuable player trophy.

I c h
i ico Martin Selected
Legion Junior Baseball
I m I r.
Fiayer Of The Year

The American Legion Junior
Baseball Section at its second an annualawards
nualawards annualawards dinner selected Chico
Martin as its "player of the year."
Martin, who also won the title of
the league's best pitcher, made it
a triple sweep by being selected
as the most valuable player.
Selection of "player of the year'
was accomplished by the league
managers and coaches who judg judged
ed judged all the players on the follow following:
ing: following: playing ability, integrity, men mental
tal mental attitude, cooperation, citizen citizenship,
ship, citizenship, sportsmanship and general
good conduct.
This award which is the highest
recognition that the American Le
Manhattan Kid,
Ernesto Reid Bout
Should Be Thriller
Promising bantamweight Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto Reid should have a big job on
his hands Sunday night at the Co Colon
lon Colon Arena when he tackles fly flyweight
weight flyweight king Manhattan Kid in a
ten-rounder at 117 pounds.
Reid a hard-punching youngster
who also boxes well, has fought
three times as a pro, winning two
and losing one. Ile scored a thrill thrilling
ing thrilling six-round verdict over "Cora "Corazon
zon "Corazon de Toro' Gon'zales at the Are Arena
na Arena several week$ ago after drop dropping
ping dropping a close decision to the same
fighter months before.
Manhattan Kid, unbeaten in sev seven
en seven professional fights, is a flashy
boxer who became champ by de defeating
feating defeating veteran Victor Asprilla in
the Kid's sixth pro engagement.
In another ten-round attraction
Jorge Quintero clashes with Tito
Marshall at a weight limit of 135
pounds. Marshall holds two wins
in two meetings with his rival.
Two four-rounders complete the
program to be presented by Colon
Promoter Joe (Red) McLaughlin.
Luis del Cid swaps punches with
Stanley Wilson at 128 pounds and
Roberto del Cid and Percy Red Redman
man Redman meet at a weight limit of 118
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gion can give to any boy in the
program is not based entirely on
baseball ability. Balloting was sec secret
ret secret to prevent any possible "gang "ganging
ing "ganging up"and the ballots were turn turned
ed turned over to a disinterested indivi individual
dual individual for tabulation and announc announcing
ing announcing of the winner.
Sims Allen, who led the league
in hitting, was singled out as the
winner of the batting champion championship.
ship. championship. In addition to receiving Lie
Legion's batting trophy, Allen was
also presented the Louisville Slug Slugger
ger Slugger Batting Championship Certi Certificale,
ficale, Certificale, the first of its kind to be
presented locally. Allen, who end ended
ed ended the season with a batting av average
erage average of .435, also led the leaqrs,
in RBI's and tied with two other
players for the home run crown.
All players of the pennant win winning
ning winning Westinghouse Post One team
were presented individual cham championship
pionship championship trophies by the American
Legion Junior Baseball Section.
These 'players were: Nick Flores,
Manager and Jerry Marentette
coach. Valentin Speer, Don Rogers,
Jim Price, George Camby, Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Barnes, Allan Scott. Chico
Martin, Ray Amato, Archie Car Carrot,
rot, Carrot, Charles Bradshaw, Sims Al Allen,
len, Allen, Richard Morris, George Black
(bat boy).
Special certificates of apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation were given to the teams
who are Distribuidora Comercial.
Pemco, Panama Insurance and
the Coca Cola Bottling Company.
Also receiving high praise for
their outstanding contribution
which led to a successful Junior
Baseball season were Barry Pearl
Ray Caldwell, Moi de la Pena,
Manuel Lopez. Muriel Black and
Joan O'Connell.
In a special ceremony Natha Nathaniel
niel Nathaniel J. Owen, Post Three o' Ga Gatun,
tun, Gatun, presenter their batboy. Mike
Finneman, with the "batboy of
the year' award. Mike who is
but seven and is no taller than a
baseball bat not only turned in a
creditable job as bat boy but also
was the team's chief booster.
During the latter part of Sep September,
tember, September, the American Legion is
planning to hold a sponsor appre appreciation
ciation appreciation night at which time the
Ford Motor Company plaques will
be awarded to the department
champions of Westinghouse Post
One and the runnersup, Spur Co Cola
la Cola of the Atlantic Side.


35o. 20e.
with Tony Curtis
with Donald WOltit



NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Law Lawmakers
makers Lawmakers grumbled but there was
joy in sports circles today over
the U.S. Supreme Court ruling
that Louisiana's sports segrega segregation
tion segregation law is unconstitutional.
There was also a cautious,
wait-and-see attitude among ath athletic
letic athletic officials of state supported
colleges and universities. they
apparently were waiting to see
what legislators might do to counter-act
the decision outlawing the
state law banning interracial athletics.

However, legislators said they
bad no plans to introduce ny
such legislation (Wring the cur curren
ren curren tdession of the Legislature.
Loyola University's retiring
athletic director. the Rev. James
J. Molloy, predicted the ruling
"would definitely help in bringing
big narne basketball teams to
Pete Herman, vice chirman of
the State Boxing Commissiort,
said "this should open the gate
to bigger and better boxing shows
...and help promoters draw big bigger
ger bigger gates.' t5
But Commission Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Emile Bruneau said the
cOmmission "would abide by
state laws until the attorney gen general
eral general tells us different.'
That was the same attitude
taken by Louisiana State Athletic
Director Jim Corbett. He said he
did not know if the decision
would affeLtt LSU policy. 6,0
Tulane Athletic Director Dick
Baumach pointed out that Tul Tullane's
lane's Tullane's schedules are made up
several years in advance, and it
would be some time beore the
decision would show any effect.
Monk Simons, president of the
Sugar Bowl group, admitted the
ruling might have more effect on
the Sugar Bowl than other majo:
sports group. But he sould com comment
ment comment no further until the com committee's
mittee's committee's executive meeting next
In the capitol at Baton Rouge,
the reaction was one of bitter bitterness.
ness. bitterness. Rep. Lawrence Gibbs, au author
thor author of the bill, said he was "sorry
the U.S. Supreme Court Is so
consistently out of step with the
thinking of the people of the
Summer Program
At Coco Solo Gym
The following program will be
held at the Coco Solo Gym:
Archery for two age groups
Bowling for two age groups
Tennis for Junior and Senior
Volleyball for Jr. and Senior
Newcomb for Elementary
Story Hour for pre school chil children
dren children Basketballfive leagues
Low Organized Games for all
age groups
Ping Pong and Quiet games
The Coco Solo Gym is located
in Bldg. 81. Children may register
any time from June 1 thru June
Swimming classes will be held
at the Coco Solo swimming pool.
Registration at the Pool.

Service Center Theatres
BALBOA Air Conditioned
6:15 8:00
Shirley Booth
Anthony Quinn
Susan Hayward
Richard Conte
(Re eat Run!
Lana Turner
Lloyd Nolan
Lee Phillips Terry Moore
in Cinema Scope & Color
(Repeat Run!
John Ireland
Dorothy Malone
"The Fast and The Furious"'
Shelley Winters
Barry Sullivan
Double Feature
Dana Wynter Mel Ferrer
in Cinema Scope & Color!

DAM $50000
with S. Chaplin
- Also:
with Tom Tryon

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National League
Milwaukee 24 14
San Francisco 22 18
Los Angeles 22 21
Pittsburgh 20 19
Chicago 21 21
Cincinnati 19 21
St. Louis 17 22
Philadelphia 15 24
Pct. Gb
.550 3
.512 412
.513 412
500 4
.475 6
.436 8
.385 912
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N)
St. Louis a tSan Francisco
Chicago at Los Angeles (N)
Philadelphia at Cinctinnati (N)
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 000 100 000-1 7 0
Cincinnati 000 200 00x-2 7 0
Gomez (1-3), Phillips and Sa Sawatski.
watski. Sawatski. Newcombe (4-4) and Bailey.
Nigth Game
(13 innings)
Pit. 000 000 000 000 0-0 12 0
Mil 000 000 000 000 2-2 1 0
Haddix (3-3) and Burgess.
Burdette (8-2) and Crandall.
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 4
San Francisco 6
Only game schedule,c1.
Better Than Par
HALLS, Tenn. (UPI) Cary
Middleeoff has been a profession professional
al professional golfer only 11 years but already
he is one of the game's all-time
greats in money and tournaments
won. At the start of 1959, he was
third on the money-winning list
with earnings of more than $200.-

Maribm Nips National 59-57
In RP Basketball Loop Opener;
Two Games On Tap Tonight

Before a fair sized crowd in
the Panama National Gym last
Saturday, the Panama District
Basketball League blew the lid
off the, 1959 9?,aSOn with a simple
but impressive cerernony which
was followed by the Marlboro-Nacional
Two games are on tap tonight
at the Gym. In the first tilt Mhrl Mhrlboro
boro Mhrlboro plays Cigarrillos Panama
and in the second Cerveza Baiboa
tackles Muebleria Europea. Game
time is 7:30.
After announcer Tomas A. Cu Cupas
pas Cupas introduced the league presi president,
dent, president, Capt. Luis Segura, Panama
City Mayor lialiodoro Patin
gave a shrt opening address in
which he stated that "Panama
needs now, more than ever, good
athletes but bettor citizens."
Patin, who was the loop's
guest of honor, tosFied out the
traditional first ball to get the
game underway.
The game was exciting all
the way with Marlboro off. fast,

Fastlich Whips Armed Forces
Behind Fortune's Three-Hittor

W Pct. GB
11 0 1.040 0
6 4 .600 412
2 8 .200 812
:es 1 8 .112 9
Armed Forces
Fastlish 4 Armed Forces 2
The Fastlich team came up
with the 100th run in the VFW
Teener series in the sixth inning
of the second game played Sunday
afternoon at Fort Clayton. 'Doug 'Douglas
las 'Douglas Priester, first sacker, worked
Peterson for a walk and scored
from first on athree base error.
In this game Huddleston opened
the fourth inning with the 19th
Fastlich hit and W. French closed
it out with hit No. 122.
Fortune shut out the Armed
Forces for three innings, gave up
two runs in the fourth and blank blanked
ed blanked them in the fifth, sixth and
seventh innings. Eleven Armed
Forces players were retired via
the strike out route.
Peterson, south paw hurler for
the Armed Forces blanked
Fastlish for three innings but
gave up a run in the fourth and
fifth innings and two in the sixth.
In the fourth, Bateman scored
from second on a hit by Huddles Huddleston.
ton. Huddleston. A double by W. French and
an error brought in another run in
the fifth.
Fast lich broke tbe tie and went
two up on singles by Fortune and
W. French in thesixth. Swanson,
Peterson and Cage were the Ar Armed
med Armed Forces boys to hit safely. For
Fast lish, Iluddleston had one for
three, Fortune 1 for two and W.
French two for two.
Ail Managers and coahces of the
VFW Teeners ars requested to at


American League
Kansas City
New York
24 13
23 16
23 17
19 22
17 20
17 22
16 21
14 22
Pct. Gb
.600 2
.575 2101a
.463. 7
.459 7
.436 8
.432 8
.389 914
Today's Games
Cleveland at Chicago
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Washington at BaltimOre (N)
Boston at New York
Yesterday's Results
(Night Gam,)
Washington 000 102 002-5 110
Baltimore 000 014 01x-6 13 0
Kemmerer (4-4), Clevenger and
Brown (2-1), E. Johnson, O'De1.1
Imes and Triandos.
(Night Game)
Boston 021 000 540-12 12 0
New York 200 000 000 2 7 1
Brewer (3-3 )and Daley.
Turley (3-6), Coates, Shantz, Dit Ditmar
mar Ditmar and Berra, Blanchard.
(Night 'Game)
Cleveland 000 020 100-3 7 0
Chicago 000 000 000-0 4 1
Ferrarese (4-2). Perry and Fitz
Donovan (2-3), Staley and Lol Lollar.
lar. Lollar. (Night Game)
Detroit 303 020 010-9 12 0
Kansas City 000 203 000-5 8 2
Foytack (2-6), Morgan and Bei'.
Garver (3-3), Dickson, Tama Tamanek
nek Tamanek and House.
but later settling down for a See Seesaw
saw Seesaw fight. It was not until tweive
seconds went, remaining that Ar Arturo
turo Arturo Agard dropped in a field
goal to give the red and white
Colon team the victory.
Rodolfo "Fifi" Tom, Marlooro
coach, pulled some successful
strategic moves to share the apot apotlight
light apotlight his rookie forward, Francis Francisco
co Francisco Checa, who received cheers
for his fine shooting and ball ballhandling.
handling. ballhandling. Every move that Tom
made helped in the ultimate tri triumph.
umph. triumph. Nacional, much taller and
expertenced. were victims of the
blistering speed of the Marlboro
Top scorers for Nacional were
Liman& with 22 points, Cecilio
Williams with 13 and Carlos Hy Hyacinth
acinth Hyacinth with 11. For the winners,
the. points production was well
distributed with Checa leading
the assault With 12 points.
.1de Julio Noel, with ten fol followed
lowed followed and rookie Roberto Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, with nine, were tops for the
Atlantic side. Smokers.
tend a meeting to be held on June
4 for the purpose of team selec selection.
tion. selection. The meeting will be held in the
VFW Post 40 Club house located
in the old Pedro Miguel Police
station. The time is seven thirty
The box score:
Po A
3 2
0 0
5 0
2 2
1 2
2 2
3 1
0 0
2 0
Smith 3b
Culberson rf
Swanson lb
Ca ge If
Arreguin e
Self ef
Peterson p
Franklin ss
Alers ss
Ab R H Po A
Keichart 2b
Brandon ss
Bateman rf-lb
Bettis If
French, W 3b
Marcum 3b-If
French. L.
Smith, R et

SB: Brandon-Priester-Marcum
Bit.: Peterson 5. Fortune 5
S.O. Peterson 1, Fortune 1
ER: Fastlish 1, Armed Forces 0
2B: W. French. LOB: Fast lich,
5, Armed Forces 6
Win: Fortune, Loss: Peterson,
Umpires: Seigliane and Batterton. w
Official v.r.w. Scorer: Dobson.
Time 1:44. --Jait,



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,,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 113S

Machen Fight Is
For Johansson's

Machen could have contributed
generously to the Floyd Par,,erson-Ingemar
Johansson match at
Yankee Stadium, June 25, when
he boxed Ruben Vargaa in the
scrap nationally TV'd from San
Francisco the other night..
The way things turned out,
however, Machen added nothiag
to what little line American rmg rmgworms
worms rmgworms have on Johanssoninw"
obtainedi thei himpionanip a tch
on theOttiength Of quitkly belting
out the reluctant young man from
Redding on a cool evening in
Gothenburg last fall.
,-The best litichen,could, to was
win an unpopular decision from
Nulls, a rather slow, mauling

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SPEED PLUS SMOOTH RIDEAhars the result when the
outboard boatman tunesup the family runabout. This model
taws three skiers easily without stern drag or bow dip after
motor and passenger weivitt have been adjusted for planing.

$ipple.. $.p,;(140,..T4i1..e."Op
.Sp.epd.$ :Up' Fity:13:pat

How can you make you( larniiy
boat go faster?
Simply by studying its present
- performance, sayis an experieneed
test skipper. 'Boats should recerve
a spring speedup tune-up much
the way your family car doea
that's his contentionand with a
little, -care you can do it at no ex expense.
pense. expense. The outboard boat owner will
find do it -yourself, tuning up
easiest, although inboard and sail sailboat
boat sailboat skippers will also benefit
from re-check of their boat's ope operation
ration operation at this time of year.
First, make sure the boat pro provides
vides provides a level ride. Does the bow
point up in the air and the stern
.squat nown in the water? Driver
and paasengers may be sitting too
far back; experiment ,with weight
forward. Perhaps you should of ofstall
stall ofstall a remote steering wheel
nearer the bow to improve. be
Observe models similar to
yours using the Jame amount of
power and note they give, a
faster and smoother ride.
Does the bow of the runaboat
dig in on turns and do you 'have
trouble getting "up on plant". sii
that you tan skim over the Sur,
face 'of the water? Perhaps your
passenger and gear are too, far
forward. A light boat Which-pro'
vides a level ride bas to push
ltss water ,iind goes taitest,
Nextr. cheek you outboard no).
tor to b esure that the drive shalt
0 is at right angles to the water
, when, theboat is under way. if the
propeller shaft is tilted in too near

club fighter, by a margin of no
more than seven points on the
cards of the three officials. Var Vargas
gas Vargas is supposed to be a self-educated
'philosopher, a student of
Shakespeare and a lover of good
music and the arts. It also was
obvious that he took a corres correspondence
pondence correspondence course in boSing.
Johansioh has 'failed to impress
in his early workouts at Gros Grossinger's.
singer's. Grossinger's. He appears to lack
speed of hands. He carries his
hands high paws Allen jabbing
With left,7 tipt ',914 his tight by
dipping the shoulder and you can
see it 'coming. He is the same
guy wha required 13 rounds tO
dispose of Joe Erskine. svho was
knocked out in Psi trBriall Lyn Lyndon.
don. Lyndon.
The ridiculous hand-picking of

the transom, the motor will try to
submerge the bow. With too much
angle and the motor slanted out
away from the -boat, the propel-,
ler tends to force the stern clown
and up comes the bow.
Outboard motors have tilt ad.
justments to allow you to correc'

Let someone drive your boat at
speed while you watch and see if i
it is giving a level ride. This can I
be useful with bigger imboaro
powered craft and sailboats aF
Does the boat tend to "por "porpoise,"
poise," "porpoise," lifting the bow from the
water and then dropping link
over and over like a seesaw'?
Proper weight' distribution, mo motor
tor motor angle and speed selection Lan
htlp correct this.
Try raising or lowering the out outboard
board outboard motor slightly -on the tran transom
som transom until you find the spot where
you set the most speed underway
without the. propeller coming out
of the water and over-speeding--
"cavitation" the experts call it
'Every outboard hull that is de designed
signed designed for planing wiU have one
position where the motor runs just
deep enough in the water for pat,
ximum performanct.L-Bere even
one-eighth of an inch, in-, height
where the motor is clamped can
make a great difference. Racing
drivers inake additional adjust adjustments
ments adjustments according to whether thc
water is rough or smooth.
, Small changes in ,the trim of
your boat and weight distribution
make it possible ,for you to sot'
better speed and enjoyment from
the boat,' and go farther on the
same amount of gas.

INEYOND 7o4411
KIM Ar LE,4076
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US Bow

Patterson's opponents has reach reached
ed reached the stage where even sports
writersordinarily the most set
sedentary and pacific of inctivi inctividualsare
dualsare inctividualsare crying for a shot atthe
champion and the big 'dough ththt
comes with it. Bill Reynard, sports
editor of the Ashtabula, O., Star StarBeacon,
Beacon, StarBeacon, has flung such a chal challenge.
lenge. challenge. Commenting on Cus D'Amato:
paying tribute to London's game gameness
ness gameness after his frightful exhibitt.on
in Indianapolis, Reynard says:
" t me have ta crack at Patter Patters
s Patters I have gameness I even
ha en't used yet."
In a letter to Manager D.Amato,
Reynard writes: "You might the
interested, since it is well known
that you like to sign to fight figh4
ers no one ever heard' of before.
If yon are looking for another un
known to tune up on after Pat Patterson
terson Patterson cuffs' Johansson, you can't
find one any more unknown than
me. I am so unknown I, haven't
even been' in a ring yet.
"As 'I see it, anyone can' go a
few rounds with Patterson, and I
can be as 'polite as the next lei-,
toy 'in the priceis right. The best'
part of this deal would be that
your boy would be in no danger.
I couldn't hurt him if the referee
held his arms and I had a sledge.
hammer. This idea may sound
sort of stupid, but I can be as
dumb as the next guy for from
60 to 100 G-notes."
ReyPard'a idea isn't any more
fool-hardy than any of the other
brain storms D'Amato has perpe perpetiated
tiated perpetiated on the public, but I doubt
that the match could be made.
The D'Amato Charity, Chowder
and Marching Society screens Pat
terson's opponents as carefully as
a candidate for guard at F ott
Knox. The security check on
doubtedly would reveal that Kid
Reynard lasted a full one minute
and two seconds in his only ama amateur
teur amateur fightagainst the : smallersi
boy available among his class classmates
mates classmates in a high school bont be.
tween halves of a football game.
The D'Atnato Chairty, Chowder
and Marching Society isn't going
Ito be caught in any traps.

Never One
Like "nib

THEVENARD, South Australia,
(IslEA) World records were
decisively smashed when Alf
Dean of Mildura, Australia, land landed
ed landed a white pointer shark weigh weighInc
Inc weighInc 2,664 pounda.
Dean used a 130-pound class
Ashaway Litte. line on a Penn reel
for his catch taken off the Bird
Rocks. near Thevenard.
This giant is the biggest fish
Over caught ,on rod, reel and line
raywhere in the' world. It estab established
lished established for Dean a new all-tackle
record and won him the 130-pound
class world record, previouldy
held by Bob Dyer.
1 This was the fourth tirhe in
succession that Dean broke the
all-tackle record for the biggest
shalt. His previous record wilts a
2,536-pound fish on a 54-thread
line. Dyer held the 39-thread 0.30-
pound class record with a 2,350
Dean's catch was 16 feet 10 Inch Inches
es Inches in length and had a girth of 9
feet, inches. Thice In its des desmate
mate desmate fignt th free itself, the big
fish leaped completely out of the

Go if's Orestes, Shet
AUGUSTA, ,Ga. (121), Gene
Sarazen generally is regarded as
th eman who hit the greatest sin single
gle single shot golfing hIstory. That
was in the 1935 Masters' tourna
ment when he holtd a 230-yard
spoon shot for a double eagle on
the 15th hole en route to wmning
the event.



The Yankees area going to
wind up last in. the Altlettean
League race,' nor can there be any
certainty they are going ,to wmci
up first, In fact,. two reiated Jac Jactoes
toes Jactoes say' they won't.
Because of the club's sloth slothful
ful slothful start, the front office must o operate
perate operate in a much tighter player
inarket. ,For replacemeots and
reinforcements, George Weiss must
pay tlwough the nose, Intact welch
is, not enly tepugnant to the testi testidious
dious testidious generai manager, but. one:
with which he's 144 scardely any
prior, experience. 9
(2) A trailing club, struggling to
attain a degree of stability, -must
go for 1)--oke in every game.; The.!e
can- be v no distinction :kItyeen
chumps Auld: Contenders, no plot plotting
ting plotting a quality pitching, rotation for
an impending key series...and this
sort of planning and :maneuvering
is what Casey- Stengel does best.
For the 'first time sincesWeiss
and, Stengel merged their' excep exceptional
tional exceptional gifts to form the winningest
combination -in -baseball history,
they, are confronted with a king
size$,, complicated challenge:, Their
background is reassuring, ,,,yet in
all fields 'there comes a time
when -the iMpOssible; far 'from
simply -taking a little. lonvr, re refusal
fusal refusal .to yield itt" all.
With another journeyman pitch pitcher
er pitcher and ,outfielder; Vie 'Yankees
could 'still make perha;ps even
Without 'unseeniir strain., In more
advantageous, or, merely' :circum :circumstances,
stances, :circumstances, the shrewdly 'sagacious
Weld could. reasenably be expect expected
ed expected -to produce.
There, is, however, nothing in inviting,
viting, inviting, nor normal about the mar,
ket Weiss, must deal with,. Hit AL
rivals:have ,him white, for years,
they prayerfully heped 'to find
him. Draped in-elegantlr over- a
barnel. They'll be only too: happ
to trade him a 'wilted' rose for a

Along The Fairways

Ethel Perantie won low gross
in the first flight of the Ringer
tournament at Amador, and Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Humphreys copped 'the low not
spot in the first flight
In the secend flight Mary Faison
and Jean Crabb tied for the first
low net. Second low net In the sec second
ond second flight ended in a' three way tie
between Deedee Manniit, Ride
Berger and Kayo 'Potter.
The above ties must be played
off by June 4, and -the players
will tee off together. The first per person
son person to make a ringer will deter determine
mine determine the winner for each place.
If no ringer is made the lowest
gross score will be the victor.
In last week's Ladies Day golf
tournament at Amador, Ethel Pe Pe'untie
'untie Pe'untie took home another prize by
shooting a low gross of 82.
In the first flight Eva Badger
won firs tplatie with a low net of
67. Eve Monteeth's 69 4on bCC.
ond place and Rida Berger came
in third with a 72.
32 putts made Lila Strumph
ner of the putting tournament for
the day.
On June 4, a luncheon will be
held at the Amador Officer's
Mess for all thr Amador lady gol golfers.
fers. golfers. At this luncheon prizes for
the recent handicap and ringer
tournaments will be awarded.

Belizaire, Jones
Off for US; To See
Pan-Am Games

Carlos Bellzalre and Henry
Jones, physical education profes professors
sors professors at the Colegio Abel Bravo
and the "Jose. Guardia Vega' Firt
Cycle, in Colon, reapectively, left
today for the United States at the
invitation of the Intzrnational
Recreation Association, through
the U.S. Department of State, to
participate in a community re recreation
creation recreation project.
The program has a duration of
approximately 107 days, and all
expenses, including inernational
travel, will be covered by the De Department
partment Department of State. as part of its
International Educational Ex Exchange
change Exchange Program.-
Belizaire and Jones will be In
New York City from May 27 to
30 for ode-Mallon, sightseeing and
attendance to a track and field
meet. From May 31 to June 6,
they will get additional orienta orienta,
, orienta, tion In Washington, D. C.
During the period from June
7 to July 19. they will both attend
coaching clinics, and also athle athletic
tic athletic meets In various parts of the
United States. This is to be follow followed
ed followed by academic study at the New
York University, Graduate School
Camp untiLAugust 14.
The last phase of the pragram,
rom August 15 to Septetr rr 10,
will see them at the Pan t,nneric t,nnerican
an t,nnerican Games al- Chicago. There they
will see the different events taking
placiet, the various stadiums and
gymnasiums rnake an evalua evaluation
tion evaluation of 'the meetings.

Coco Sok Pool
To Re Clo Fed
For.,Three Weeks
Coto Solo Swiniming Pool
will Ito closod for a period of
approximately throws woeks bo
einning tomorrow May 21t. it has
hems annoUnced by thl Division
1,4 Schools.'
During, the time that the pool
ig eloseti It will be painted and
and genoral repairs will be

The most productvie .larm ayi ayitem
tem ayitem is hardly ever 'adequate to
the needs of the pamnt club, and
without acquisitions from market
sources,, championship continuity
is extremely difficult. Deals, fit fitted
ted fitted to immediate. needs, have re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly spelled the differenc be between
tween between total victory and respectable
contendership, at the Stadium.
It was by means of barter and
bankroll that such able auxiliary
skills as Mlle Reynolds, Eddie Lo
pat, Johnny Mize, Enos Slaughter,
Bobby .Shantz; Don Larsen 'WO
Bob- Turley were added, and Yan Yankee
kee Yankee supremacy extended.

Emergency. Relief
Material: as a rule. speaks more
persuasively than money in base baseball,
ball, baseball, and as the Yankeed are usual usually
ly usually amply stocked with young farm
hands, supposecHy superior, they've
been able ,to convert the player
market into an emergency relief
staiton. Only, they, for example
could heve swung the TurleyLar TurleyLarsen
sen TurleyLarsen coup, in which nine men, in ineluding
eluding ineluding Gus Triandos, were ship shipped
ped shipped to Baltimore'.
If the Yankees continue their
egregious buffooneries, the intrin intrinsit
sit intrinsit worth. of their younger players,
highly rated by custoni, will be become
come become suspect. A' prospective deal dealer
er dealer is liable to pause and ponder:
"ff they can't help a club like the
Yankees, how can they help me."
Of course, by .June 15,, dead deadline
line deadline for deals, the situation may
have changed considerably. Then,
too, the riVal AL owners, who
scream loudest against Yankee do domination
mination domination are habitually the most
willing to further the domination,
provided the added cash is suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently appealing. Weiss' secret
weapon is their hypocrisy. So,
nlaybe the man'll come up with
something, after all
Ono Man's Enough
, Going back to '40, when a Yan
kee team last retched at the fetid
odors of the cellar, the addition of
just one man, a pitcher, restored
the winning touch...And if he had
been called up sooner, 'the Pin
Stripes would have. gone all the
Ernie Bonham, 10-4 in Newark,
didn't join the club until miekea miekeason,
son, miekeason, yet in no time he had estaii estaiilished
lished estaiilished himself as one of Joe Mc McCarthy's
Carthy's McCarthy's most dependable front frontliners,
liners, frontliners, finishing 9-3,' a sparkling
.750 gait. 'As it was, the Yankees,
no better than .500 as late as Aug August,
ust, August, mised by only two games.
If there are any Bonhams on
the farm, Stengel ean use them.
':When he hre to rely on a 34-37ear.
old bullpenner in futile despera desperation
tion desperation to escape last place ridicule,
the old geezier must wonder inf he
isn't !till managing the Brooklyn
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at Santa Clara Beach. Tantalums room apartment in the best area Parklans, 4 door hard too, fulls or. four-speed,' combination ra- eratar, 1957 Westinghouse mita- rater la the Nuevo Hipadrome ' Slarling On Monday
Smith, Gamboa 302. ed Campo Attars. Maid's room, die speaker, mord.. $175 cask. math washer. las "taws. baba licbanizatiest actiese414 Roman ,
Individual wash tubs, garage. En equipped. $2800.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2706 4 to 6 p.m. Coopar, Balboa 3624. :lost, double bed, 2 lamps, side- itacatrask. AN lots wills street
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rotas. Phone Balboa 1866. mouth sedan, good tires, $900. cury with gas tank, extellant Calle 55, 11 Cameral, Tel. 3- Tel. 4-097C Sy SAM SHULSKY k$11t5,k4M0'7"''''"'''"'''''Nwoowit".:f.t.-7
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sauna 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. 11 (near Bourret. Sastre 3- let 210 DeLuse four door, sedan. room pet, seats 10 persons: Miscellaneous come of about $7,200 and have fAt, ,''';-:,'
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara It. de P. Pke DO Fe Females
males Females 3- 1877 Cristobal 3- I 673.
IHouses 1
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FOR RENT:1-1 bedroom chalet,
porch, office, 2 bathrooms,
maid's room, garage, large space
for play ground, Campo Alegre,
$200.00. Phone 3-1184.
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom chalet,
spacious living room and dining
mom. t e kitchen, maid's
room, wash tubs, hot water. lOth
Street NM la. Phone 4739.
FOR RENT: 116.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop. garage, S Street 6-
tween Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Semitic $235. Phono 2-0481
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FOR SALE: 31 foot Diesel
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week. This boat fully equipped,
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106.000 population in 1930 to 7.41
in 1956. Among females. fir, death,
rate increased from 1.8 to 5.1 dur dur1714
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Tate it the United States now
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,., Monday thru PrIday ment during W. W. IL penitentiary in 20 years. It t o o k eral Civil Rights Cbtfimission The overall total tentatively sp- A C,C70 U NT A NT
f; 10:00 a.m. to 12:011 EMPLOYES FINANCE Co. Phone anytime Panama the action over the protests of from July.1 until Nov. 9 when it proved bythe House was 930,490,- , ,;', ',' ,
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' on new ears priations Committee. The House ihstead heeded Rep. er originally requested for the man 25 to 35-years-nidatith thorough general accountint
, 40,000 H E R.0 ii-AH A M John I. Rooney tD-141.Y.) w b 0 agencies involved. The addition of '' background and growtiVisotential..:, Submit resume :with
; AGENCY DEHLINGEP ADELAIDE, Australia (UPI) The funds for the prison, which said the commission was worldng the prismt funds was the only sig- 'fun details including education", and experience.
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lin ;hone 1-4934 3-49E5 An estimated 40,000 persons, most would have security features ri- on "America's number one prob- nificant Change made in two days
of them een-agers listened to valing those of grim Alcatraz in lem." Williams contended the of debate., 444 r-ii
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YOes of Auto Insurance I the problems of adolescnece Mon- on to a money hill to rtM the State cent to hold a few Meetings sod Rep. Kenneth J. Gray (D-I11.) and
:. day night. About 3,500 voiced de- and Justice departments and re- compile some figures. backed by the Illinois delegation .-
, cisions for Christ, a South Aus- lated agencies in the new fiscal . On the theory that the new prison - FOR SALE
, "11) anamerican ;mita OUTDOES INDIANS tralian record. Graham holds his year starting July 1. The $2,000,000 &it installnient would be built st Crab Orchard ,
e third and last crusade meeting in on the new federal prison was ap- wildlife' rehire in Oray'li cliatnict , ,,,
V ReCord SAOW FINCASTLE, Va. (UPI) Fire Adelaide tonight. The House then gave tentative proved by a' standing vote of 127- in southern Illinois. 4
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fort to guard the frontier against Telephone company worker Dor- sogmxi Included was an undesig- funds on a roll call, forcing the was "imperative" tO relieve over- ,, j000t,,,,
;, HOG-YCN Indian attacks. The house, owned man Loman was rushed to a hos- nated amount of money to set up chamber to put off final action on crowding. NeVertheleSa OOP noor
by Frank Preston, 74, and his pita! Monday after the Int! he a State Denartment "brain trust" this money and the overall b i 1 1 leaders Charles A. Halleck (Ind.)
, t,,,Avery Sunday ibrother, David, 56, and furnished was holding came in contact wi,h to mastermind economic and poli- until tomorroy. and GOP Policy Chairman John
' with valuable antiques, had with- a 22,000-volt able. Ile uffered tical warfare against the Commu House leaders previously had W. Byrnes (11-Wic) voted against
' stood fierce Indian attacks. serious burns all over his body. nista ruled out record roll call votes the allotment.
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FOR RENT:Beautiful 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in the best area
of Campo At late. Maid's MOM
individual wash tubs, garage. En
suite 51st street baside the
Guatemalan Embassy
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
kitchen, balcony. 50th street No.
11 1 near laturrel. Sastre 3-
FOR RENT:Apartment at El
Cangreie, completely furnished:
two bedrooms, living room, din dining
ing dining room, maid's room with bath bath.
. bath. room, garage, hot water. Phone
2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, all commodities, Chi Chiles
les Chiles Apartment. Ricardo Arias
Street, Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-
FOR RENT:Canoreio. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished one room apartment with
bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot
water, new Furniture. Call 3-
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc. Cangreio, 71 Via Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, Call Tel. 3-2052.
FOR RENT:In Et Cangrelo, one
bedroom apartment, with large
livinp-dining. porch, kitchen.
laundry, garage, all screened.
Call 34453.
FOR RENT:Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom house for six
months, starting May 25, nice
neighborhood, 95th St. No. 41
S I 85.00. Tel. 3-4994 office
FOR RENT:$65.00 furnished
apartment. SI St. number 30.
Call 4-1449 or 3-6430.
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama 3-
4946. After hours 3-6717.

Coutts Cites Legion's 40' Years
Of Service To The United States

The American Legion was cited
for 40 years of service to the U United
nited United States by Brig. Gen. James
W. Coutts, Caribbean Command
chief of staff and keynote speak speaker
er speaker Sunday at the annual conven convention
tion convention of the Legion's Canal Zone
Addressing more than 150 peo people
ple people assembled hi the American
Legion Club at FL Amador, the
General described the Legion's
work since its fouriding as "dedi "dedicated
cated "dedicated to the principles and loyal
to the causes of the United States
which are freedom and peace."
Coutts remarked that "in no
small measure, the work of the
American Legion in connection
with such projects as youth fit fitness
ness fitness and Americanism and a deep
interest in our military programs
has been responsible for the
significant progress that has been
achieved in national defense."
Swinging to the main theme of
his address, defense of the free
world, the general described com communism
munism communism as the greatest threat to
freedom, He emphasized that the
communists know tint America
is the most formidable obstacle
in their path to global conquest
and therefore are planning our
He pointed out that the com communists
munists communists are on a war footing in
: rine o' "sunpoed" peace and
that pubikhed reports indicate
they hwe more than 8-million
men under arms, 25-thousand mod mod'ern
'ern mod'ern aircraft and about 500 sub submarines.
marines. submarines. "We, and the nations of the
rep world," the general told his
audience, "are not, however. in an
inferior position to hose of the
communist bloc." "The quality of

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Monday destroyed "Greenfields,"
a house built 217 years ago as a
fort to guard the frontier against
Indian attacks. The house, owned
by Frank Preston, 74, and his
'brother, David, 56, and furnished
with valuable antiques, had with withstood
stood withstood fierce Indian attacks.



FOR SALE: "SS" Memory
nations, 4 door hard too, fullif
Satiloped. $2800.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2706 4 to 6 otn
FOR SALE:-1956 4 door Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth sedan, good tiros, 5900.
Call 5-490 Gatlin.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 210 De Luxe four door, sedan.
$1200.00. Phone 2-2198 Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE:-1951 Ford sedan,
very good. Phone Balboa 2-3692.
FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford, excellent condition
with automatic transmission,
power steering, eft. 1956 Pon Pontiac
tiac Pontiac 6 passenger, station wagon,
automatic transmission, power
steering, other extras. Call Cu Curundu,
rundu, Curundu, 4198.
FOR SALE:'56 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 21,000 miles, stand standard
ard standard shift, new rubber. Perfect
condition, 61400. House 6363-5
Los Rios. Telephone 2-4347.
FOR SALL-1956 Ford Coun Country
try Country Sedan, 4 door with power
steering and brakes. Automatic
transmission, duty paid, only
SI200.00 and can be financed.
See at Household Exchange.
Automobile Row.
FOR SALE:-1957 Plymouth,
Belvedere, 4 door, hard top, push
button drive, chest type, deep
freeze, portable sewing machine.
All reasonably priced, excellent
condition. Balboa 1342.
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Cent Century
ury Century Hard Top Coupe, in excellent
condition, with Radio & W. W.
Tires. Selling pries $1,650. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-175,
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: -- M.G.-TO, now
W.S top, paint and radio, top
shape. Mr. Barrow 3-1088.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cvl., standard, many
accessories. 16,000 miles. Balboa
our equipment and manpower
plus such factors a,s our industrial
production and natural resources,
gives the free world a strength,"
he said, "that in effect cam,els
out any disparity in numbers."
The general also cited the fact
that our strength is also based
on mutual defense systems, the
productivity, grovith, economic ad advancement,
vancement, advancement, human welfare and
education of the free world peo peoples.
ples. peoples. 4
Security, he emPhaMzed, can
only be assured within a commu community
nity community o fstrong stable, independent'
nations. To advance the cours of
freedom in the world, which is a
national policy of the United
States, we have 'to help build the
spiritual, intellectual andphysical
strength of the people;
Coutts, who has been chief of
staff of the unified command
since last November, ended his
speech on an optimistic note
which received warm applause.
He said the real answer to the
threat is found in the heart, the
mind and the spirit of America,
and it is here, too, that the ef efforts
forts efforts of the American Legion have
achieved great results.
"The Legion's Influence in the
home, church and school," he
said, "has helped shape the cha character
racter character of our youth so that when
the diy comes for them to assume
their share of responsibility, they
will be ready."
The convention at which the
general spoke, marked the annual
business meeting of the Canal
'Zone department which included
the election of new officers.
Raymond Bush of Post No. 3,
Gatun succeeded Alfred J. Gauvin
of Post I, Ft. Amador as depart department
ment department commander.
American Life
Insurance Company
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
40,000 HEiltGRAHAM
ADELAIDE, Australia (UPI)
An estimated 40,000 persons, most
of them een-agers listened to
evangelist Billy Graham discuss
the problems of adolescnece Mon Monday
day Monday night. About 3,500 voiced de decisions
cisions decisions for Christ, a South Aus Australian
tralian Australian record. Graham holds his
third and last crusade meeting in
Adelaide tonight.
Telephone company worker Dor Dorman
man Dorman Loman was rustled to a hos hospital
pital hospital Monday after the Inf. he
was holding came in contact wi,h
a 22,000-volt able. He uffered
serious burns all over his body.



FOR SALL--Stonso record Dici Dicier.
er. Dicier. four-speed,' combination ra radio
dio radio speaker, mortis. $175 cask.
Coopor, Balboa 3624.
FOR SALE:--"569 18 h.e. Mer Mercury
cury Mercury with eat tank, extellont
condition $95.00, also ladies
winter coat, new, $20.00. Phan
Balboa 2337.
FOR SALE:--Brand new. Hal Hallicrafter
licrafter Hallicrafter exciter transmitter Model
HT-32 and linear amplifier HT HT33A
33A HT33A capable of operating on CW
Single Side Band And Double Side
Band on 80, 40, 20, 15, 1 1 and
10 meters. One kilowatt output
on CW. Will sell for States WO WOcial
cial WOcial Ham operators' net pate.
Raid G. de Paredes. Telephone
2-0600 until 6:00 p.m. or 3-
3074 after that time.
FOR SALE: Stereo Records.
Classical and' Panniers. lig As Assortment.
sortment. Assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th
Street No. 6-A.
Baby Grand Piano, HiFI COMPO COMPOnnts,
nnts, COMPOnnts, changer, Argus C-44,
typewriter, Toucan, sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. miscall furniture.
Leaving. Phone Balboa 1665.

FOR SALE: RCA automatic tiny, 11-iY AVS. I can
combination washer dryer, mahom 2B, 9 to 1 and 3 to S. 1
gany desk chest beds, Simmons 3985 IV aPpointment.
porch furniture and misc. Leaving
for States at end of week. Call
2-1419. Motorcycie
FOR SALE:Encyclopedia Ame Americana
ricana Americana in 36 volumes. Perfid
condition, a complete library of FOR SALE:-141. $. tf,i (
Universal knowledge. Original Motor Bike. $125.00 AS
cost over $400, sells (for 5110. 8047, 9th tr Melindes,
, Phone Panama 3-6524.

FOR SALE:Leaving Saturday.
Refrigerator, gas stove, erns,
misc items, potted plants,
FOR S A E: Encyclopedia
"Americana" 36 volumee,
fact condition $11000. Phone
Panama 3-6524
Summers lessons Atlantic and,
Pacific side call: Prof. Frans
Manfredi Panama' 3-1909.
Tho Madge Locke School of
dance opens at Teenage Club.
Coco Solo. For classes in all types
dance. Registration Juno 2nd
from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Further'
information at registration. Also
accepting pupils for K. of C.
Margarita and TAXA. Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. LOST:Wallet -Important cards,
Lux Theatre. $10 reward. No
questions asked. Rocklin, 3-


One-Carrier Airline Service
Gets Support From All Over

- 0
port Support from such divergent inter interests
ests interests as a movie studio, missile
manufacturers and florists has
been received for one-carrier
Itranscontinental airline service
across the southern states.
In hearings entering their fifth
day here before a Civil Aeronau Aeronautics
tics Aeronautics Board examiner, a large
group of municipal, business and
military representatives have
called for creation of the single
line to replace the present three threecarrier
carrier threecarrier operatim
Virgil B. Weidner, manager of
Loekheed Aircraft Corp. testified
Monday that the single-service
was needed to handle traffic be between
tween between Los Angeles defense plants
and Air Force and missile launch launching
ing launching bases in Florida, ncluding
Cape Canaveral.
G. T. Baker, president of Na National
tional National Air Lines who is here as an
observer, called for creation of
,the transcontinental rotite "in the
I interest of national defense."
Baker, in an interview outside
the hearing room, said, "A vast
southern continental compiext of
aeronautical installations has been

Funds For Ultra-Secure New Federal Prison
Voted By House Over GOP Leaders' Protests

House voted tentatively todayl
to put up a S2,000,000 down pay-I
ment for the first new federal
penitentiary in 20 years. It took
the action over the protests of
GOP leaders and its own Appro.
priations Committee.
The funds for the prison, which
would have security features ri rivaling
valing rivaling those of grim Alcatraz in
San Francisco Bay, were tacked
on to a money bill to run the State
and Justice departments aild re related
lated related agencies in the new fiscal
year starting July I.
The House then gave teintative
'approval to the overall measure,
which now carries a total of WI,-
896.700. Inclutted was an undesig undesignated
nated undesignated amount of money to set up
a State Denartment "brain trust"
to mastermind economic and poli political
tical political warfare against the Communists


Home AFtiles
FOR SALlt-1957 G.E. settle.
'rater, 1957 Westinghouse mite mitemath
math mitemath washer. ilas tteva
-best, double bed, 2 mos, side sideboard.
board. sideboard. RCA radio, trunk. Louis
Guzman, Deo. 6,,Ed.. La Aurora,
Calle 55, 11 Compel, Tel. 3-
FOR SALE:--Mahogany -dining
room rt. seats 10 persons:
China-cloaet and sido beard. Kai Kaivinator
vinator Kaivinator rotrigarator. Simnoom
bed and, ehiffonior. Everthing at
bargain erica. Phone 3-6351.
FOR SALLWashing nsechine
640.00, electric stove .B1 5.00.
Phone Balboa 1756.,
European spinal adjustment tick tickMaus'.
Maus'. tickMaus'. Release of nervous stress
and strain. Coordinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Ortho.-Kinesiololly,
14-49 Ave. 13. Estudiinte,
2B, 9 to 1 and 3 to S. Tel.,2-
39115. By appointment.
FOR SALLN. S. Quickly
Motor Bike. $125.00 Apt. 12,
8047, 9th tr Molindoz, Co Mo.
"atm,- 1
Field Marshal Viscount Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery will make an apparently
self-appointed mission to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow April 28. This has taken
Western observers by surprise,
but it is believed to be a private
junket with no political sig significance.
nificance. significance.
springing up within the very area
under study."
He was critical of the time nec necessary
essary necessary for decisions in some CAB
cases, but said he was hopeful
the present case would be decid decided
ed decided by the end of next year "be "because
cause "because of the military's high inter interest
est interest in this route based on the test testing
ing testing of missiles at-Caps Canaver Canaveral.
al. Canaveral.
Stanley R. Markham, traffic
manager for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
studios told CAB Examiner
Edward T. Stodola that Hollywood
studios spend about $700,000 an annually
nually annually n ssenger fares with
airlines. He said an additional
$450,000 in air frtight moving sets
and equipment to distant locations
also was spent yearly.
"The studios are very much in interested
terested interested in a single plane service
between Los Ahgeles and Miami,"
he said.
Joseph ,Shinoda, representing
the California Florist& Assn. said
his group sends only about 1'0 per
cent of its flower shipments by
air to the South because of delays
and what he termed "inadequate
Shouted down was a move by
Rep. John Bell Williams (D-Miss.)
to delete from the measure $280,-
000 earmarked to operate the fed federal
eral federal Civil Rights On:mission
from July 1 until Nov. 9 when it
is slated to go out of-business.
The House ihstead heeded Rep.
John Rooney (D-N.Y.) w 0
said the COMMIS9i01 was worldng
on "America's number one prob problem."
lem." problem." Williams contended the
commission had done nothing ex except
cept except to hold a few meetings end
compile some figurs.
The $2,000,000 first instaIlment
on the new federal prison was ap-i
proved by a standing vote of 127-
49. But Rep. Frank T: Bow (11-
Ohisti) sought to knock out the
funds on a roll call, forcing the
chamber to put off final action on
this money and the overall bill
until tomorroy.
House leaders previously had
'ruled out record roll call votes

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Woman Employs
Kiss, Run Strategy
To Nob Husband
Ariz., woman followed her hus husband
band husband 1,500 miles, got a kiss, sent
him off to jail and today was
back home.
The affair ended abruptly yester yesterday
day yesterday when police at Midway Air Airport
port Airport arrested Rudolph Burkhalter
53, charged by his wife, Muriel,
with taking $20,940 from her last
Mrs. Burkhalter, having sworn
out a warrant at Tucson for her
husband's arrest, forwarded a
description of clothes she'd be bewearing
wearing bewearing and alerted police nevi
to watch for him at tha airport.
Mrs. Burkhalter got off the
plane. Burkhalter kissed her, and
police arrested him. Mrs. Burk Burkhalter
halter Burkhalter took the next plane back
to Tucson.
Missing Plane
Sighted; Castro's
Brother Unhurt
HAVANA, May 27 (UPD--The
'missing airplane in which Mai.
Raul Castro was a passenger
has been sighted on the ground.
a few feet inland from the
coast, it was announce today.
The plane appeared intact but
its lanemg gear seemed to be
Castro was sighted near the
rfane imburt.
The pline was sighted near
Ensenada de la Bros' by air
searchers who were trying to
land in the area. Bad weather
conditions were hampering res rescue
cue rescue operations.
Ensenada de la Broa is locat located
ed located on the south coast of Ma Matames
tames Matames province in the swamps
of Cienaga de Zapata.
today In deference to Kentucky
congressman who returned home
to vote in that state's gubetnatori gubetnatorial
al gubetnatorial primary.
The overall total tentatively ap approved
proved approved by, the House was $30,490,-
00011ess than President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower originally requested for the
agencies involved. The addition of
the prison funds was the only sig significant
nificant significant change made in two days
of debate.,
The funds were pmposed by
Rep. Kenneth J. Gray (D-III.) and
backed by the Illinois delegation
On the theory that the new prison
would be built at Crab Orchard
wildlife' refuge in Gray'a district
in southern Illinois.
Attorney General William P.
Rogers had testified a new primm
was "imperative" to relieve over overcrowding.
crowding. overcrowding. Nevertheless, GOP floor
leaders Charles A. Halleck (Ind.)
4ind GOP Policy Chairman John
IV. Byrnes (R-Wis.) voted against
ithe allotment.


Q. I am 48, two children, in income
come income of about $7,200 and have
never bought any securities.
However, in recent years infla inflation
tion inflation has cut deeply into my mod modest
est modest bank accoun. I wish to in invest
vest invest about $5,000 of it intbe stock
A. The fact that 'you hive stood
idly by while inflation 'was cut cutting
ting cutting into your bank. account
doesn't mean that yoti should
now suddenly jump into the mar market
ket market with both feet.
I don't know what portion of
your total savings the :$5,000 re represents,
presents, represents, but if it is one-half ,or
more,- I would vote in, favor ..'Of
beginning a regular,' purchase
program which would tear. sonie
close relationship to your abili ability.
ty. ability. to accrue investable funds. I
ain sending you a list of growth
The old proverb, "moderation
in everything," applies to invest investing,
ing, investing, too.
Q. I have 10 to 150 share a ainounts
inounts ainounts of Con Edison, General
Telephone, Standard of NJ.; Gen.
Motors, Consolidated Natural Gas,
Consolidated Foods, Bethlehem
Steel, Jones and Laughlin, ,Gen
eral Dynamics, WestAnghouse,
Eastern Air Lines and, Socony'
Mobil, Are these right for- in :el :elderly
derly :elderly woman? I feel I have too
-many stocks and Would like to
sell ,aome.
A. Since these are:1111 quality
issues, I don't feet you have too
many ,at all. I see no reason for
selling any at this time. You
talk of interest in Curtiss-Wright,
American Stardard and Si ger
Manufacturing. They are all
right, but I see no reason for do doing
ing doing any switching.
Q. My husband is 77 and I am
67. I am blind, but we manage
very well indeed. We receive so social
cial social security and WO a month
from a trust fund,. We have ac accumulated'
cumulated' accumulated' over the years $10,000
in savings and 63,000 in H. bonds,
plus utility, sulphur, and Store
stocks. I Wait to sell the, last and
buy Cincinnati Gas or Detroit E Edison.
dison. Edison. I hope you can read my
writing. Do you approve of these
issues? 4
A. I can read Your letter very.
well, and I think your invest investment
ment investment sense is a good deal sound sounder
er sounder than many a much younger
person with 20-20 vision.
All your issues are good grade
'although the retail stock you
want to sell has shown an erra erratic
tic erratic and somewhat lower earnings
trend. Some of the large depart department
ment department store chains would be a
good aubstitute and so would the,
utilities you mention.
You have the equivalent of
$19,000 in cash and governments.
If the income. from these is suf sufficent
ficent sufficent you might stay that way.
If you want to pick up a percent percentage
age percentage point or two on the 'H bonds
you could switch them. or some
of the savings to good grade di dividend
vidend dividend payers on the list I aM'
sending you. I assume some one,
is doing your investment readitil
for you, because you seem to
know exactly what your stocks
are doing. I congratulate you on
your program.
Tor you, Decause you seem
know exactly what your sto
are doing. I congratulate you
your program.
James Flaherty, 92, became ill
last week and was taken to a
hospital, authorities found nearly1
f30,000 worth of blue chiip stocks
in his furnished room.
Investigation disclosed that
Flaherty had drawn relief checks
totaling $14,000 while accumulat accumulating
ing accumulating the stocks.
Flaherty died of malnutrition.,
Boothe Luce and her husband
have accepted in invitation from
Brazilian President Juscelino Ku Kubitscheck
bitscheck Kubitscheck to visit his country, it
was disclosed Monday. Mrs. Luce
recently resigned as ambassador
to ,Brazil because of attacks on
her by Sen. Wayne Morse

LARGE COMMERCIAL SITE: Rol Offices any other Com Commercial
mercial Commercial ,-or-- Professional Uses. Excellent lotationv above P. Iran &
Co. Inc., in the corner of Justo Arostmens Avenue and East 26th
Str;et. It bas an Area of 2,06 square feet; large windows complete
and private unitary facilities; its own street entrance, altr'active and
tete. It mav be painted, decorates', and arranged according to tenant's
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lAt J11113.1fir Balboa,
Preliminary iealstration for tho
USO-JWB's new mformal Invest Investment
ment Investment Clinic Series has,JAMAach
that it has been decided to initiate
this Clinic next Monday, June 1,
1959 at 7:30 p.m. at the USO-JW
Armed Forces Service, Center in
C. T. Richardson, Jr., resident
partner in Panama City for Au.
erbach, Pollack and Richardson, a
member firm of the New York
Stock Exchange, will activate the
new clinic.
Richardson, a native New York Yorker,
er, Yorker, rekeived his A. B. at Harvard
in 1939.After graduation, he be became
came became affiliated with the New
York Trust 'Company as a credit
investigator and entered the U.S.
Navy in 1942.
He wa3 stationed in the Canal
Zone, at the Coco Solo Naval Sta Sta1
1 Sta1 tion during 1944-45, at which time
he was Commanding Officer, USS
PC 1212.
Since,1954 be has resided in Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, and has given investment
extension courses at the Canal
Zone Junior College.
This new community offering by
the USO-JWB is available to all
servicemen, their families and the
general public of both Panama
and the Canal Zone.
The clinic starting on Monday,
will continue to meet, on succeed.
ing Mondays at ,the same time.
The IXtit5edgirid 'out the girls 10
to nine,among the births at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital during tho week
which ended Monday, according
to the hoipital report. During this
game period 194 patients were
admitted and 201 were discharged.
Parents of the boys are M-Sgt
and Mrs. M J. Fagerlin, FL Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; .S-Sgt. and Mrs. J. V. Hig Higgins,
gins, Higgins, Albrook; Capt. aand Mrs.
E. N. Jones, Ft. Kobbe; Mr. and
Mrs. M. Oscar, Panama; Ale and
Mrs. A. Russell, Locona; Lt. and
Mrs.- K. L. Walker, Albrook; Lt.
and,Mrs. G. Capella, Ft. Kob Kobbe;
be; Kobbe; Sgt. and Mrs-. M. Wending,
Cocoli; Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Street;
The girls were born to Mr. and
and M-Sgt. and Mrs. R. J. Hicks,
Mra, E, L. Hudson, Balboa; Ens.
and Mrs. R. F. Leahy, Farfan;
Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Miller, Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Baines, Panama City; Sp.4 and
Mrsi R.-A. Sophy, Ft. Kobbe; Mr.
and' Md. T. Martinez, Panama
City; Dr. and Mrs. P.J. Caldwell,
Ancon; A2c and Mrs. P. W. Mor Mornay,
nay, Mornay, Panama City; and 'Mr. and
Mrs. M. Garrick, Panama City.,
Rotarians To Fete
LA Representatives
At Lunch Tomorrow
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Cuban Envoy Denies
'Seize Canal'
Advice To Panama

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toNDON, May 27 (IWOSergio Rojas, Cuban am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Great Britain, today denied a Newsweek maga magazine
zine magazine story which said he urged Panama to "seize" the
Panama Canal Zone.
- Rojas said: "It is with great surprise that I learned
today about a story that appeared in this week's issue of
Newsweek magazine which said I had recommended to
the Panamanian ambassador in London, Carlos Alfaro that
his country should seize the Panama Canal."

"The story in Newsweek states
that upon my arrival in London
from Havana yesterday, I called
on the Panamanian envoy in.con in.connection
nection in.connection with the abortive inva invasion
sion invasion of his country.
"I want to emphatically deny
this statement attributed to me
by Newsweek magazine.
,"I just returned from Have.
no yesterday after spending 18
days in my country and I have
not seen either the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian ambassador or any of my
ether diplomatic colleagues in
,,,"As a matter of fact, I have
not seen the Panamanian ambas ambasOdor
Odor ambasOdor for the last 25 or 30 days.
.-"Also, my job has no connec connection
tion connection with Latin American affairs.
I-concentrate on the relations be between
tween between Great Britain and Cuba.
do not know the reason why
Newsweek magazine attached to
me these declarations because,
and I repeat,,I have never dis distUssed
tUssed distUssed or in any way talked to
the Panamanian ambassador a about
bout about anything at all connected
With the Panama Canal.
"Outside of this, it is the
firm policy of my government,
repeatedly expressed by the
prime minister and the minis minister
ter minister of state, that the govern govern'slant
'slant govern'slant of Cuba has no connec
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tion whatsoever with the recent
events in Panama and has con condemned
demned condemned the participation of the
group of Cuban citizens who
took part in that event.'
Alfaro also denied any connec connection
tion connection with the London dateline
"The statements attributed by
Newsweek magazine to me are
surprising. I have not made ar,(
such statements to Newswor.
magazine or to anybody in Lon London,"
don," London," Ann) said.
Gomm Exectilive
Al Mich loan Slate
George Fears, executive house.
keeper for Gorgas Hospital, is
one of a class of 44 hospital
housekeepers from all over the
Unit?,d States, Canada, -and tbel
Netherlands Antilles who are at attending
tending attending the eleventh annual Short
Course for Hospital Housekeeping
at Keliug Center at Michigan
State University in East Lans Lansing,
ing, Lansing, Mich.
He left the Isthmus early
May to attend the eight week
course which provides the hospi hospital
tal hospital housekeepers already in the
field with a refresher course and
an opportunity to acquire new
skills and knowledge.
The curriculum for the pro program
gram program includes such topics as the
philosophy- of hospital care, per personnel
sonnel personnel and institutional manage management,
ment, management, housekeeping supplies, e equipment
quipment equipment and procedure, textiles,
microbiology and public health,
hospital safety, care of filors, ef effective
fective effective communication and other
The course is a continuing edu education
cation education activity of the American
Hospital Association and the
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Littie Rock Schools' Fate
Rests With Federal Court

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LITTLE ROCK, Mk., May V (UPI) Opening of Little Rock's
four closed public high schools next fall depends entirely on a
three-judge Federal court, one of -the three remaining members
of the Little Rock School Board said today.
Moderate board member Everett Tucker 'Jr. said the status
of the city's high schools depends entirely on the decision by the
judges. It is expected in about 1 .1 weeks.

A recall of three segregation's,
board memuers Monaay opened
the way for Tucker to make the
statement. It also raised several
The court has under study a 1958
law used 1, Gov. Orval Faubus to
close the school last September.
"If tho law is not uphold, vs
aro already under a Foderal
court order to open tho schools,"
Tucker said. "Presumably this
would moan token desogrega desogregation."
tion." desogregation." But, he added, if the law is up upheld,
held, upheld, the board will be powerless
to open the schools.
The defeat of the segregationists
is a toss for Faubus who endorsed
them in two speeches just a few
days before the election.
He warned if they woos remov removed,
ed, removed, conditions could develop a again
gain again in Little Rock, similar to
the mob violence in September,
President Eisenhower sent in
paratroopers that time to integrate
Central High School.
Last fall, the Justice Department
moved in a small army of marshals
in case the schools opened and
there was trouble again.
Unofficial returns from all pre precincts
cincts precincts showed the segregationists
were removed from office. And
the vote for three "moderates"
favored their remaining on the
But William H. Laubach, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Pulaski County Elec Election
tion Election Commission, admitted he did
not know exactly to whom the
commission would certify the re results.
sults. results. At any rate, he said, he did not
expect official returns V) be avail available
able available today.
"You can say we will certify the
result to the proper authority," he
One of the moderates, Ted Lamb,
said the three remaining board
members would meet tomorrow
and if they leenlly constitute a quo quorum,
rum, quorum, they will approve contracts
of 44 teachers fired by the three
segreeationist board members.
A lawsuit is already threaten threatenen
en threatenen over the dismissals, Holt said,
so he would not want to specul
ate on whether the three moder
etas could rehire the 44.
The diSmissals triegered a series
of protest :neetines by narent narentteacher
teacher narentteacher groups and led to the crea



tiOn of the Committee To Stop This
Outrageous Purge, (STOP).
The committee, composed of
Little Rock businessmen, led in
the drive to recall the segrega segregationists.
tionists. segregationists. The Central High Mothers League
got the names of the moderates on
the ballot by petitioning for their
While Homeowner
Threatens To Sell
To Nemo Family
An all-white neighborhood in this
suburban Washington city was in
an uproar today over a home homeowner's
owner's homeowner's threat to sell out to a
Negro because of a squabble over
his four Pekinese dogs.
"I won't give up my dogs,"
Chester Ellis said.
He advertised in a Washington
newspaper that his home was for
sale to either "white or colored."
Then he announced that a Negro
had made the best offer.
Ellis' neighbors in all white
North Greenway Downs called a
mass meeting and hired a
lawyer. The lawyer advised them
to buy the house and then offer
it for re-sale to a white family.
"I don't really want to sell to
colored," Ellis said. But he said
he wanted to move quickly, the
Negro ha made the best offer,
and he was ready to close the
deal tonight.
Both the City Counccil and the
North Greenway Downs Citizens
Assn. invited him to eet with
them today.
Ellis said a neighbor had twice
taken him to court on charges
that his four Pekes were a wan wandering
dering wandering a howling eighborhood
A city zoning ordinance wall
then discovemi which barred
kennels from the neighborhood
and defined a kennel as any
home with more than two dogs.
Ellis was ordered to get rid of
two of his dogs or depart with
all of them.
It. Co Ilene Classes
Annniontell DA4111
Dean Roger C. Hackett of the
Canal Zone Junior College has an announced
nounced announced that courses in business
English, elementary Spanish, and
driver training will be offerred in
the 'CZJC summer session on the
Atlantic Side in the mornings, and
that courses in elementary short shorthand
hand shorthand and typing, business English,
elementary psychology, plane
gonometry, and two courses In e elementary
lementary elementary conversational Spanish
yill be offered in the evenings.
With the exception of the courses
in elementary conversational Span
ish and driver training, all,coUrses
will meet on Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays in one
hour sessions for 8 weeks. The e elementary
lementary elementary conversational Spanish
and driver training classes will
meet on Mondays and Thursdays
' only, the former in two hours ses sessiones
siones sessiones and the latter for one hour.
With exception of the come in
driver traimng, ail properly qua qualified'
lified' qualified' students may earn two se semester
mester semester hours of credit in each of
these courses.
Registration for all courses will
be held at the South Margarii.a
School from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on
Thursday, June 4. All classes will
be held in the Coco Solo Element Elementary
ary Elementary School.
The first meeting of all classes
will be on Monday, June 8, but
only those courses for which at
least10 students register on June
4 will be begun at tha time. Ali
I others will be cancelled.
Chinese Minister
To Join Khrushchev
On Albania Visit
BERLIN, Mavo 27 (UPI)Com (UPI)Communist
munist (UPI)Communist Chinese Defense Minister
Marshal Peng Teh-Huai will arrive
tomorrow in Albania where Soviet
Premier Nikita Khrushchev is
now visiting, the official East
German News Agency, ADN, re reported
ported reported from Tirana today.
The arrival of the Chinese Mar Marshal,
shal, Marshal, who is also Deputy Prime
Minister, was carried in a one oneparagraph
paragraph oneparagraph story from the Albani Albanian
an Albanian capital.
The story made no mention
of the fact that the Chinese lead leader's
er's leader's visit coincided with the pre presenee
senee presenee in Albania of Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita Khrushchev and De Defense
fense Defense Minister Rodion Malinowsky.

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The laroest class to ecimplete,
its studies at the Balboa Junior
High School 354 boys and
girls attend Closing Exer Exercises
cises Exercises for theEighth Grade at tke
Balboa' Theater tomorrow. The
progrram will begin at 1:30 p.m.
The main address will in
gvion by Harold J. Ziirton, as assistant
sistant assistant principal of Balboa High
The sutdent address will be de delivered
livered delivered by Bogart Linfors, of
Rodman, a member of the
cla ss.
The outgoing Junior High School
class will be presented by Frank
A. Castles, Junior High School
principal, and accepted by ;
Hotz, principal of the Balboa
High Scheol.
The invocation will be pro pronounced
nounced pronounced by the Rev. William H.
Beeby of the Balboa Heights Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church. The Rev. Francis,
A. Lynch, CM., of St. Mary's
Church, will give the benediction.
Kay Sorgoant, of Balboa, wiii
lead tha class in a salute to the
Music will be provided by the
Junior High School Orchestra un under
der under the direction of Wallace
Woodruff, and by an elect from
the Junior High School class.
Kaye Sergeant will be accom accompanist
panist accompanist for the Octet. Andrea Tar Tarflinger,
flinger, Tarflinger, of Balboa, will play a pia piano
no piano solo.
Members of the outgoing Jun;or I
High School class are: I
Danny Able, Charles Acker Ackerman,
man, Ackerman, Peter Acly.' Duchess Adaraw
Patricia Ahr, Linda Akans, Lilly
Aleman, Halket Allen, Margie Al Allen,
len, Allen, Joan Ammirati, Marilyn An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Charles Thomas, Ar Archibald,
chibald, Archibald, William Arey, Barbara
Argerenon, Patrick Arnold. Flo Florencio
rencio Florencio Arosemena, Douglas Ase Aseron,
ron, Aseron, Warren Ashton.
Paula Badonsky, Wallis Ruth
Bain, Ira Bernice Balch, Malcolm
Bakh Vicki Baldwin, Florence
Barbc:ur, Heraldino Barkema,
Priscilla Barnhart, Nancy Bar Bartecchi,
tecchi, Bartecchi, Raquel Bassan. E t e I
Baumbach, Jose Bann, Carlos
Beechner, Paul Bell, Arden Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Franz Berg, Cristina Bern Bernsee,
see, Bernsee, Judy Berry, Bonnie Bishop,
4Iardell Bittick, Margaret Ble Blevins,
vins, Blevins, Eugene Blumberg. and
James nun&
Bobby Boatwright, Ro bert
Bohannon, Michael Booth, Lynn
Boswell, Cbarles Bounds, Sonia
Bowker, Rhonda Boyer, Michael
Brenes, Dalila Brett, Eugene
Brewer, Suzanna Brigman, Den Dennis
nis Dennis Brome Marian Brown, Mary
Alan Brown, Nelva Brown, Tom Tommy
my Tommy Buckley, Ray C. Burda, Mike
Burton and Deloris Butler.
Young Cage, Carlyn Calihoun,
Leonard Cantrell, 3oan Carlson,
John Carnes, Julio Carrattini,
Jack Garter, George Casira, Almi Almira
ra Almira Elser Charbonneau,
Linda Clarke, Carol Coffey, Ro Robert
bert Robert Coffman, Bonnie Conklin,
Gerry Cooper, Philippe Cooper,
Jacqueline Coppunhaver, Collin
Corrigan, Robert Corriga, Daniel
Cox, Sally Cramer, Charles Cros Crosby,
by, Crosby, Richard Crowell and Phil Cul Culberson.
berson. Culberson. Robert Danforth, Dorothy De Deming,
ming, Deming, H. W. Dempsey, Jr., Peter1
Denton, Mark DesVoigne, Janice
Doherty, Barbara Dombrowsky,
1Joha Donaldson, Thomas Dotigle Dotiglewicz,
wicz, Dotiglewicz, Walter Dryja, James Dykes,
Anita Eder, William Eldredge,
Carla Elich, Bob Emmet ,Cari
Englert, Terry Enzor, Margaret
Evans, and Frederick Evers.
Martha Fahrubel, James fat fatrey,
rey, fatrey, Michael Farrow, Ethel Faulk
ner, Garth Feeney, Leslye Fergun
,son, Grace Figueroa, Frank Alan
Finlason, George Fitzgerald, Mar
jorie Flumach, Virginia Fox,
' Charles ranks, Keith C. Frede Frederick,
rick, Frederick, Lewis French, Eunis Friese,
Michael Fulop, and. Stephanie Fu Fuqua.
qua. Fuqua. Susan- Garcia, Jeanette Garnet,
Adela Gerardi, Dick Gerardi,
Gale Gibbons, Rometio Gonzalez.
Margaret Goulding, Paula Gray
and 'Lillie Griffin.
Jerry Hall, Sandra Halliday,
Tommy Hanna, Edwin Hansen,
Jimmy Harris, Irene Hasemann,
Weather Or Not I
This weather report for tba
hours ending 8 a. m. today
prepared by the Meteor logics.
and Bydrographie Branch of tit,
Panami Canal Company:
High 92
Low 75
High 93
Low 52
(max. mph) N-17
RAIN (inches) T
(Inner harbors) 81
Gatun Lake 63.40
Madden Dam 216.28
Time H6,
8:23 cm 15.8 ft.
8:41 p.m. 14.7 ft.
Time Ht.
2:01 cm 0.7 It.
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Anthony Hassler, Danny Hawk,
Herman Henriquez, ,,Karen Lou
Heater, Sarita Here&
Bobbye Lou Harrington, Allen
Hestets, Gary Hill, Ha,rry David
dodge, Lee riogge, Date floullen,
Diana Holmes, Martin Ho hues,
Rita Huhn, Ronald Humway, ana
Ellen Hunnicutt.
Konen Jaaick, Stefan Jankos,
Arwin Janssen, Gail Jenra:eb,
Dian Jones, Del Joraan, ana Jona
thomas Joyner.
Kathryn Kascher,' Anne Kaskat
Boger Kat, lame Jo Keegan,
mafy Keay, Aina neary
Admaia, wdnda "(met Char lett
tussling, Kenneth Kline, Konen
nox and Allen rapt'.
cart tarsen, Katterine law lawrence,
rence, lawrence, Patricia Lawyer, Michael
Lebrun, itooerto Eemacks, mary
Lerchem, Ricnard Leyeei Eugene
Lintors, Priscilla Lloyd, lerry
Marlene Lahr.
Bruce MacConnell, Patricia Mac
Kay, Isabel MacKenzie,. Sandra
Madden, Marlene Maduro, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Mahoney, Wesley Major, Me
Linda Mollahan, Betsy IVIallory,
Jerry Mann, Dallas Manning,
John Douglas Marti, Angus Gro Grover
ver Grover Matheney. Tim Maxwell, and
Colin McCoy. a
Kerry McCoy, Charlie McFall,
Lynette McGee, Barbara McKen McKenna,
na, McKenna, Jmes McMahan, Dennis Mc McNamee,
Namee, McNamee, Patricia Meriwether, Ga Gary
ry Gary Meyer, Dial Michel, David
Moehrke, Lynn Monteath, Timo Timothy
thy Timothy Moore, Bonnie. Mooty, Nancy
Morency, Margie Morris, Richard
Morse, Billy Mounts, and W. H.
Munyon, Jr.
Armida Nagy, James Napier,
David Earl Neal, Elizabeth Neher,
Susanne Ness, Mary Neibauer,
Brian Nilsson, Maryann Nita.
Elaine. Olinger, Fred Orr, Sil Silvestra
vestra Silvestra Ortiz, Alfred Osborne, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Ott,
Josephine Padua, Sandra Pant Panter,
er, Panter, Robert Panter, Guyla Parker,
Johnnie Parker, Bruce Parrish,
John Paterson, Edgar Paulk, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Peddrick, and Robert Ped Pederson.
erson. Pederson. Thomas Perantie, Lynda Perez,
Joanne Perry, Frank Peterson,
Alice Phelan, Russell Potter, -Rebecca
Powelson, Bob Poythress,
Karl Prescott, Catherine Price,
Douglas Priester, and Glenda
Linda Rager. James Rambo, Ha Hazel
zel Hazel Ramsey, Perry Raymond, Ro Robert
bert Robert Read,. George Reimiller, Ma Magali
gali Magali Reyes, Rafael Reyes, Richard
Reynolds, Peter Richard, Glenda
Roberson, Carol Rodibaugh, Os Oswald
wald Oswald Rodriguez, Joyce Rogers
and Roger Rowe.
John Sanborn.. Annabelle San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, Judy Schlatter. William R.
Schmidt. Ricky Selby. Kaye Ser Sergeant.
geant. Sergeant. Tavi', Sewili. Rusonli Sox Soxton,
ton, Soxton, Wendell Shenard. rxpedito
Shennarcl, Sheila Sheridan. Tom
Shepnard. Sheila Sheridan. Tom
Short. Tom S),nnkowOry. Nanev
Sirlebothm. Christian Skeie, and
Seim a Sti eie.
BArbar, slottrin, Pamela Shied Shiedley,
ley, Shiedley, Bonnie Smith. r,dirtind
.renneth Smith teeter grrlith, Pet Peter
er Peter Smith. Robbin valoria
Smith, -Tames Smollta.
Snyder.' Dorothy Soto, Terry Smith
well. Minhael Snrineer. Mary rva
stallworth. .Bernard StarkenbergJ
rred Staub. Vicki Steckler, and
Allen. Steiner.
Diane Stenhenson. Dolores
Stenbenson. Terry Stepp. David
qtewprt. ("raid Stourinor. Jeanette
Stover, John Street. Rarbara Jean
Suoh, and :hype swensen.
Andr., tr-rfijocor Gregory Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, Mnrilvil Thomas. CRrol
rhonirgdn. Thomocoo Toon
Torid, John Todd. FT-pit L. Tooth Toothman.
man. Toothman. Franlrio Toth. riliq trooc,Inh.
Terry Lee 'Prettier. ;he. trileker trilekerman,
man, trilekerman, Meredith Turk, Robert Turn Turner
er Turner Kenneth Underwood, elizabeth
Van Dyke, Elizabeth Vargas, E Elizabeth
lizabeth Elizabeth Vecchoine, Maria Velas,
and Louis Vogel.
Jeanne Walker. Virginia Walker,
Leaani Walston, Susan Waltz, Ju Judith
dith Judith Ann Ward, Norman Watkins
Johnny Wealot, Douglas Weeks,
Nancy Wenborne Esther Wbitnev,
Joan Whitney Patricia Wilkinson,
James Will. Thorny Williams, Bet Bettvi
tvi Bettvi Willis. Sandra Wirtz, Sammy
Witkin. Joseph Wolf. and Sandra
Wolf, Fraces Yost, David Zemer.

Cornal Funeral
;et ',marrow
Tor M1115. Fink
Funeral ser4ices for Mrs. Ma Matilda
tilda Matilda Fink, widow of a Canal construction-day
worker, who died in
her home in Gamboa Friday, will
be held at 19 a.m. tomorrow ln
the Corozal Cemetery Chapel. Bu
rial will follow immediately after afterward
ward afterward at Corozal Cemetery.
Friends were to call today be between1;00
tween1;00 between1;00 and 4 p.m. at the Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Chapel Mortuary.
Mrs. Fink was the widow of
the late Joseph Fink who camo
to the hthmus in 1907 to yds
as a boilermaker with the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Canal Commission.
She is survived by four sisters,
Mrs. Jenny B. Claghorn, Water,
ford Works, New Jersey: Mrs. A Ada
da Ada Hindsman, Rochester, Pa.;
Mrs. Penelope King, Cederbrook,
New Jersey; Mrs. Flora Voohees,
Gamboa; and two brothers, Wil William
liam William Witmar, Jr., Balboa, and
John .R. Witmer, San Jose, Cali California.
fornia. California. In addition, she has 24 nephews
and niehes, one of whom, Joseph
Brasswell, lives In Gahm

Closing day exercises for 119
Cristobal Junior High School stu students
dents students who will enter high school
next year, will be held tomorrow
at 5 p.m. in the Cristobal Junior-Senior
High School Audito Auditorium.
rium. Auditorium. Rowland K.- Hazard, United
States District Attorney in. the
Canal Zona will give tho 'Main
address and Miss -Rona Owen,
president of Ow Junior High
Studont Association, will give the
welcoming address.'
Paul L. Beck, principal of the
Cristobal Junior Senior High
School, wal introduce the main
During the program, a core corenet
net corenet trio "The Three Scouts' will
be played by Carol Maedl, Jr.i
Jack Holcomb, and Ewald Wilberg
and a saxophone solo "Andante
and Waltz" will be played by Har Harriet
riet Harriet Hewitt.
Members ,of the Cristobal Ju Juniqr
niqr Juniqr High Sclitol eighth grade
class follow:
Douglas Alberga, Gary Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Stuart Bernstein, Robert Ble Blevins,
vins, Blevins, Robert Boseman, Jack Bray Brayton,
ton, Brayton, Franklin Brooks, Paul Brooks,
John Burns, Michael Burza, Har Harry
ry Harry Butcher. Vincent Canamas,
Richard Carpenter, Clifford Car
rington, Kenneth Cooper, Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Davis, Cyrus Field, Lewis LewisFrench,
French, LewisFrench, John Frensley, Tony Ha Halais,
lais, Halais, Roy gall, Robert Hammond,
Rober Hauser, Jack Holcomb,
Theodore Holmes, James Hover Hoverson,
son, Hoverson, William HOff, Dennis Hyatt,
James Jackson and Michael Casovsky.

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Ernest Little, Reginald Lum, Cao
rol Maedl,i Jr., Bruce
Stanley Mtta, William Neisont
Fred Newhard, Andy Mcolaisen,,,
Allan Park,' George Patt011, Richol
ard ennington; Gerald 'PopPlIC
William Redmond, Thontas R.6
laertson,. Lola ,Rodriguez, Gordot
Sanders, Kenneth Sanders, George GeorgeSantos,
Santos, GeorgeSantos, Wilford Shaffer', Joht
Slaughter, 'Donald Stohrer, wfk
liam Strong, Charles Voviell, E
ward Wilder,- Villain- Robert
Wood,' and Joseph :Wynne.
Cecilia Adames, Elaine Asbury;
Susan Barfield, arolyn lecklen
Lydia Betances, Josephine Borger,
llino, Kathleen Clancy GracC
Craig, Celia Cronatt,,,I0 Crouct
Patricia, Daly, Kathleen,-Detappr
Beverly Dockery, Isabel5Drobart;
Linette Dugaet Evangeline Febusr
Carmen Fernandez, Vicki, GaleC
Helen ,George, -Rite Oeyer Reanw
nette HannberglExelYn Ha wthorirt:
Harriett ,Hewitt;',,Bernice Hilo4
lie Hollowell Mat,Jacques, Jo Ant
Jonei, -,1"atricia',74ttinkeirl Entmt EntmtLee
Lee EntmtLee andYvonne Lelaidift
Linda Levine,: Nancy-- teviner
Tula Martino, ,Carla 'Meehan, Y7.;
vonne Morales, Margaret O'Brien:
Rene Owen, Mary Lynn Paris; San6,
dra Parker, Elizabeth Pearson...
Miriam Ramirez, Diane Ramsey,.
Diane Roscoe, Carolyn rowley:
Maria Rivera, Karen Sanderst
Sheila Sanders, ,Patricia Seaman.
Betty Shaffer, Carolyn Sirlith, Euw
geoe Donna Smith, Leonore SinitE
Judith Stepp, Clare Tobin, Sharon-.
Tully, Suzanne Urev, JacquelinC
Weir, liaurtly Will, -Martha Wood;
and Zandra ZiMinerMIUM.

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