The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:02931

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Canal Company
Lists 46 Jobs
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" Bureau -of the Canal organization.
-1 This position is' one of the'46 now
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- cific,sides of the Isthmus..
' EiglW of the positions are for
laberers needed in the Communi Communi,
, Communi, ty Services Division, .and another
s''' eight art in the Health Bureau.
The Wank Bureau positions are
hospital, -attendant; laborer (clean
- er) for which there are two open openings,
ings, openings, one part-time; 'medical ra radiolop
diolop radiolop technician; nurse anes anesthetist;
thetist; anesthetist; Occupational therapist;
optometrist; and clinical social
worker.
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',, The Supply .Division has open open,
, open, -''' Inge for hve 'Workers, one part.
' time; and a Service Center su.
perviser.- Two': towing loceme
' live operators, two lock operat operators
ors operators el michinist), three lOoks
Operators Aelectrician) and for
a leader core drill -operator in
the Dredging Division.
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In the Mministrative Branth,
' Ystancles exist for a cleil-stenof
- raphet and a typing clerk. The
4 lectrieal Division has openings
,. -or en electrieian and an electro electro'tics
'tics electro'tics mechanic,- and the Itaihvad
Division has vacancies for a road
and yard conductor, a locomotive
engineer, and a Machinist.
Two positions for marine maw
,' chinist, one for ship1itter and
ens for pipefitter are now open
- in the Industrial Division.
Three swimming pool managers
06 a clerk stenographer and a physic physicaistherapist
aistherapist physicaistherapist are needed in the Di
ViSiOn' 4)1 Schools,

PPEAL FOR MOSLEMS

PARIS (UPI) Tha Catholic
and Probestant churches o
t Prance joined today in an Inv
pretedented world appeal for help
for Moslems left homeless by the
war in Algeria. Maurice Cardinal
,'Ireltin, archbishop of Paris, and
,Ilastor Marc Boegner, president
I. of the French Protestant Federa
ton. signed the appeal.

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Electric Conversion Starts
On Last Lock SetGatun

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Conversion of the frequency-sensitive equipment and MUM,
-ery at.'Gatun Locket has been 'started, by the qoneolidated,Inter.
national Electric Company following a two-week period, of pre-
paratory work. :4, .4
The conversion of the PanArni Canal locke for, 60-Cycle cur,
rent if one of the last major jobs of the conversion project to be
done. 'The contractor for the locks conversion has already com completed
pleted completed work at both Pedro Miguel and Miraflores Locks.
Under the present schedule, the work at Gatun is to be com completed
pleted completed by July 3.

Work was begun on the ettet
lane this week and is scheduled
for completion by June 7. Th4
conversion of equipment on the
west lane will be started June 19
with completion scheduled twO
weeks later.

The power conversion at Gatim
f011ows the completicrn of the locks
overhaul test there which has re required
quired required one-lane service and 24-
hour operation since midApril.
The new overhaul method being,1
tested was highly! successful and
will materially reduce the outage
time for a 'lock lane during over
'haul periods. The procedure in involved
volved involved ,the removal of the big
gate leaves by the 250-ton floating
crane Hercules rather than lifting
them by-hydraulic jacks. Addition Additional
al Additional time-Was saved by a new me

'Man In Havana'
Gives Bit Part

To Ex-Isthmion

"Our Man In Havana" won't
be' flicking across Isthmian
screens for a while vet. But
when it does get here, Isth Isthmiens
miens Isthmiens can be on the lookout
for ari cid friendHarold Dar Darlington.
lington. Darlington. Darlington, now stationed in
the Cuban can-ital. nlavs the
part of the British Ambassador
in a scene at the bar in the,
Havana Countrv Club. He has a
few lines, too.
Harold is the middle man a among
mong among three in the bar scene.
On his left is Sir Alec Guinness,
the British actor. And on Dar Darlington's
lington's Darlington's right is John SnO0k.
columnist for the English lan lan(Page
(Page lan(Page Times of Havana.
The flicker was shot in Mid MidApril.
April. MidApril.

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hod for alignment of bearing
plat' on the gates and wall.s
The final tests of the new over overhaul
haul overhaul method were completed last
week when the miter gates were
used for the first time under a
full head of water.

PSAF Chaplain
Accepts Pastorate
Or Redeemer Church

A former Air Force chaplain,
the'Rev. Arthur Walter Meyer,
presently the assistant pastor of
Trinity Lutheran Church in St.
Joseph. Michigan, has accepted
the call to become the pastor of
Redeemer Lutheran Church in
Balboa.
On active duty with the Air
Force from September 1951 to
November 1956, chaplain Meyer's
tour of duty 'included service in
Korea.tPrior to his years in the
chaplaincy he served pastorates
in Davenport, Iowa; and Hot
soings, Smith Dakota.
Since the resignation of the Rev.
Robert G. Gussik as pastor of
Redeemer to accept the position
of mission counselor to direct
Lutheran work throughout the
greater Caribbean area the
parish ha been without a resident
minister.

During the vacancy the parish
has been served by Pastor Gus
sick with the assistance of Semi Seminarian
narian Seminarian Frederick S. Mick. Since
the middle of March the church
staff was augmented with 'the
larrival of the Rev.' Herman
from his parish in Racine, Wis Wisconsin.
consin. Wisconsin. As yet no definite date for the
arrival of the new pastor has geen
announced. Meyer will bring with
him his wife anJ four children.

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PANAMA, 11- SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1959

fight fixer Carbo
Plucked In Flight
From Jersey Hideout

HADDON TOWNSHIto, N.3.,
May 30 (UPI)--Frankie Carbo,
54, sought ori fight fixing
charges, was arrested early to today
day today when he tried to escape
out the back entrance nt g se secret
cret secret hideaway.
Corbin, known as the; under underworld
world underworld czar of boxing ai.d want wanted
ed wanted in New York on a 10-count
indictment charging trap box boxing
ing boxing operations, was seized by
New York and New Jersey po police
lice police shortly after Midnight
when they closed In' on his
luxurious two-story brick hide hideout.
out. hideout. He had been missing 10
months.

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Funeral services for Owen B.
Shirley of Rainbow Cily whose
death occurred Monday in India Indianapolis,
napolis, Indianapolis, Indiana vvill be held al
2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at
St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Pa Paoama
oama Paoama City. Interment will be at
the Jardin de Pa; In Parque
fevre.

Mr. Shirley was born in Gatun
and had been a prominent mem member
ber member of the Isthmian community
for many years. He was principal
of the Rainbow City Junior-Senior
High School and took an active
role in Civic affairs.
He had been employed as teach teacher
er teacher in the Canal Zone schools for
the past 30 years.

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,,! .. yBy 'FRANK ELEAZER 'usual number of horses and 63 about the horse. And in the enso, "As you know, Mr. Cabot, I firmed for this post, to divest
million people, who sneak not ing furor, she had to turn in her have considerable interest in the yourself of any equestrian inter
t:, ,,, WASKINGTON ---.(UPDExcept Spanish but Portuguese. riding habit. That's why Cabot, ambassadorship to Brazil," ne ests?"
, '' '.;, for a horse, which once kicked So you can see what a dif- who had been in the foreign ser- began. "Sir?" questioned Cabot, shocker
',. 7Sen.,Wayne I,. Morse D-Ore.) in ference a few weeks can make in vice ainoe 1926 andmost recent- It once was said the Lowells disblief in his tone.
'' the laW, Clare Booth Luce todaY the Senate. Or maybe it was that ly has been ambassador to ColoM- talk only to Cabots and the Ca. "Equestrian interests," repeate(
, would be our ambassador toBra- Cabot is not a woman. Or that bia, now was up for het job. bots talk only to God. Mprse ask Gore, allowing himself a smal
f Ail, ,.. .. ,,.,- "; his Spouse does not publish maga- Cabot, wearing a tan tropical ed this Cabot it were true he tilt- smile.
- "',',$ Indeed, wi soon' willshave lOoko; zines, Or then again, as a career suit and a proper diplomatic mus- ed to talk to the man in the "I have none," replied Cabot,
' Ant out for 'our interests in RiO diplothat he never, never never tachee sat down wakily in the street. Cabot said he finds this allowing himself a smile ever
;one John Moors Cabot, of the would sayall his troubles be,fan same red leather ehair occupied the best way to learn what's go- smaller.
: ,..Vew England Cabots, who told when Sen. Morse was kicked in with such unhappy outcome for ing on. "Are you in any sense a horse
1 1 members of the Senate Foreign the head'hy a horse. several hours just six weeks ago ,...1 A man?" persisted Gore, now sut
,Itelations Committee he likes A, Mrs. Luce also bad been up for by Mrs, Luce. Does Cabot speak Spanish? in ficiently pleased with his joke to
6 rtallring to people, speaks Spanish, confirmation as ambassador to Chairman J. William Fulbright quired Mmse. He does, Cabot con- join in the general laughter.
eand is downright allergic te Brazil. And over the considerable (D-Ark,) wondered if he had firmed, too diplomatic ,no doubt "Iio, sir," replied Cabot. "I'n
' borses,',w ,, objections of Morse the coMmittee anything to say for himself. Ca- to tell Morse that won't'belp him allergic to horses."
. k, ,On these assurances thot cum- eventually approved her. And later bot said he would stand on his very much in Brazil. That did it. Just 12 minute!
'0 Inittee promPtlY aPProved Cabot's the Senate finally had confirmed record,. Fulbright asked if any. "Will you find, it necessary," from the time be sat down, Cabo
'1' Inomination as ambassador to Bra. her appointment. 11-1,,,J, ei. body hid any questions. Morse al- Sen. Albert Gore .(D-Tenno then was up. The committee closed iti
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0 ills' where there are at least the Then Mit' Luce bad her' say lowed that he had A few. asked, "in event you Are con- doors. It voted for Cabot 16,0.
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firmed for this post, to divest
yourself of any equestrian inter
ests?"
"Sir?" questioned Cabot, shocked
disblief in his tone.
"Equestrian interests," repeated
Gore, allowing himself a small
smile.
"I have none," replied Cabot,
allowing himself a smile ever
sm eller.
"Are you in any sense a hors
man?" persisted Gore, now suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently pleased with his joke tO
join in the general laughter.
"No, sir," replied Cabot. "I'm
allergic to horses."
That did it. Just 12 minutes
from the time be sat down, Cabot
was up. The committee closed its
doors. It voted for Cabot 16-0.

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A LNG viEw et the stage at Jadwin Hall, Port Clayton during today's Memorial Day serVices Olt the Pacific side, Militaryr Canal Zone find Panami dignitaries inike up pie lorgrounii. row.

THE FIRING SQUAD composed of an ROTC unit from Balboa High School participated in the
Memorial Day ceremonies at Jadwin Hall, Ft. Clayton this morning. The unit was under the
command of Maj. R. M. Stokes, professor of Mi lit ary Science and Tactics at the high school.
The music was furnished by the 778th Air Force Band from Albrook Air Force Base, under the
direction of CWO Herman W. Eng lert. (Official USAF Photo)

School Principal Owen Shirley's
Funeral At St Paul's Is Tomorrow

He had been In Me United
States since last September be being
ing being anrolled at Ball State Teach Teachers
ers Teachers College in Nuncio Indiana
whore he had lust completed his
studies for a master's degree.
The college has announced that
the degree will be awarded posthumously.

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A wateth will be maintairted
at the church by the Knights of
St. Paul until the time of Mr.
Shirley's funeral. The casket
will be open from 12:30 to 1:50
p.m. tomorrow.
The pallbearers will be Alfred
C. Cragwell and S. S. Josephs re representing
presenting representing the faculty of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City High School; Jefferson
Josephs representing the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Civic Council; William
Jump representing the Rainbow
City community; Charles Davis
representing the Church of St. Ma Mary,
ry, Mary, the Virgin; and Arnold Anglin
representing Lodge St. Charles.
Honorary pallbearers will be
1 Ellis L. Fawcett, Nathan Bryan
James Facey, Horace Parker,
Dave White, Leslie Thompson
C1,-rehom Lewis, Nathan Reid,
1 Dr. Alfred Gerald, Victor Hen
riqUask Welford bernard and
Hugh Itrycroft.
Members of Mr. Shirley's fam family
ily family have asked that no flowers
be sent. Instead friends who wish
may make constributions to the
Rainbow City High School scho scholarship
larship scholarship fund.

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more peopl,,e, buy
StagtMiiiVa
than any other
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FIVE CENTS

Memorial Day Sun
On Atiantic Side
Sea Rites Later

"
Military and veterans organizations throughout the
Canal Zone joined' forces today in solemn tributes to fal fallen
len fallen U.S. fighting forces of all past wars in observance of
Memorial Day.
Threatenin0 weather on the Pacific side.forced can cancellation
cellation cancellation of planned ceremonies at Corozal Cemetery and
proceedings were transferred to Jadwin Hall, Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. On the Atlantic side the memorial program took
place at, Mt. Hope,Cemetery under warm, sunny skies.

Despite poor attendance at
Fort Clayton ceremonies were
rich in meaning and emotion
and the stage was resPlendent
in an array of dignitaries from
Canol Zone Wary rad
ocganizatiOns, represe atati v e s
from Panama and till) combin combined
ed combined color guards of, military and
veterans' units.
Before 'the stage were trid1-1
tional floral offerings, later to
bp placed on. Corozal graves in
silent tribute.
'Delivering,, the principal liar
,Ortir at FL' ClaytOit Ed Ed.,11?ard
.,11?ard Ed.,11?ard ritilleratklitalttrehlet
Of Staff, Caribbean Air COmmandr-cleclared
that although
"the histery of the world is
written against a background
of war and peace we All
know at least part of the an answer.
swer. answer. "Because there is a ourning
ideal in tho hearts of men that
constantly struggles to attain
and prteet freedom. A free freedom
dom freedom as complete as good law
and order will allow and be because
cause because there are forces in the
world that urge men to seek
power through government that
sometimes threatens ta stifle
that freedom," Imparato said.
While paying tribute to all
U.S. service people who have
given their lives for freedom,
Imparato pointed out 'that "in
death for the soldiers, sailors,
marines and airmen me honor
today, there is victOty. A vic victory
tory victory that free men have teen
able to sustain until the present
time. A victory that must never
be permitted to know,,defeat."
Moving memorialz prayers
.)were offered by Rabbi Nathan
Witkin for the Jewish faith,
by Chaplain (Comdr.) James
A. Whitman for Protestants
and by Chaplain (Maj.) Ed Edward
ward Edward A. Kozlowski for Catho Catholics.
lics. Catholics. The 776th Air Force Band
played hymns as well as both
the U.S. and Panamanian na national
tional national anthems arid a solitary
bugler closed the .4ervice with
taps while the Balboa High
School ROTC firing squad of offered
fered offered a formal salute to the
dead.
Meanwhile, at Mt Hope Ce Cemetery
metery Cemetery on the Atlantic side
Col. Cecil Himes, commander of
the U.S. Army Caribbean School
at Ft. Gulick, declared to the
assembled throng that military
readiness is the best assurance
against aggression ip the Mod Modern
ern Modern world.
But, Himes went, 311, "being
strong does not mean being
truculent, provocative or mili militaristic.
taristic. militaristic. It does rnean seeking
peace, not mere4r with the
heart In wishful thinking but
with the mind in a realistic ap approach
proach approach to the troblems at
hand."

Recognizing the heroic ef

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fort required to build the
Himes said that in "pay "paying
ing "paying tribute to our war dead
today, we property include
those who fell in Another
great cause...those builders
of the Panama Canal and
Railroad who.,:,hame been laid
to rest within these hallow hallowed
ed hallowed grounds."
Himes pointed out that since
1950. in accordance with a
presidential proclamation of
that year, Memorial Day is set
aside pot
honoring tr War,dead'but
Lthair shairrhOcefOrtit'.zbf.",,1
'dedicated is At Tdsest or nation.,
wide' prayer for -permanent
peace."
Over and over in ilia addrest
Himes emphasized that U. S. mill
tory preparedness is founded not
on aggression but on the principit
of deterrence, the strength witt
which to dissuade aggression.
Our real quest, be declared, is
for peace and justice, not for our
selves alone, but for all men arts
for all time.
A third formal Memorial Day Dayceremony
ceremony Dayceremony took place this after.
noon at sea aboard the USS Fels
con, where the address was .de.,
livered by Capt. Luis V. Castro,
district legal officer for the 15th
Naval District.

Again there were prayers for tht
three faiths, an Army firing squat
salute to the dead and the solitar!
taps. Midway through the progrart
floral tributes were cast upon tho
waters in tribute to these who diet
at sea.
.
In addition to the three fortna
services memorial ceremonies tool
place at various places throughotr
the Zone, including flag-raising ant
tributes by Boy Scout and Chi
Scout groups, by Children of tin
American Revolution, and a join'
veterans' group service at Amadot
Cemetery in Panama City.
Boy Scout and Girl Scout groupi
also participated in the formal ser
vices at Mt. Hope, Ft. Clayton ani
aboard the USS Falcon this after
noon.

Dubbidobber Wins
Place In Language.
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-- Aircraft
worker Sarge Signer thinks every
part in a plane should have a
name. When he found a small bit
of metal in North American Avia
tion's i-15 rocket plane which
didn't have one it bothered him;
So Signer began calling it a dub dubbidobber.
bidobber. dubbidobber. The name stuck, and
now the part, an essential in the
seat ejection system although it's
only an inch long and costs only a
dime, is known as a dubbidob dubbidobber.
ber. dubbidobber. Another worker asked signer
how he happened to call the part
a dubbidobber. ,
"I don't know" he said "but It
just looked like a dubbidobber!

Canal Ship Transits About To Best
Al 'time Top Set Only 2 Months Ago,,,

Another record number of oceangoing commercial trans.
its through theillanami Canal for one month appeared 10
day to be a Virtual Certainty during the month of May.
Up through yesterday a total of 11311 transits had bees
made by vessels in this category, and another ZS transite were
scheduled for today.

scheduled for today.
The present monthly record of 882 transits was set :
March of this ytir, and only 15 transits tomorrow ire noed,!.x
ed to tie this mark.
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The heavy stream of commercial traffic this month is tno4
pected to be sufficient to set other records, including that of
the daily average number of transits. The treezd sorepb
age was set in February.
The amount of traffic, other than commercial., biut boa ,4'
relatively light this month. 4 '

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presently the assistant pastor of THE FIRING SQUAD composed of an ROTc unit from Balboa High School participated in the
te leave's by the 250-ton floating
Trinity Lutheran Church in St. Memorial Liay ceremonies at Jadwin Hall, Ft. Clayton this morning. The unit was under thLe
command of Maj. R. M. Stokes, professor of Milit ary Science and Tactics at the high schooh
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Joseph. Michigan, has accepted The music was furnished by the 778th Air Force laand from Albrook Air Force Base, under t e
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time-Was saved by a new me :the call to become the pastor of
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.1. "Eagle Eyes" (Mail Box, May 22), is wrong. When Aqui IMO
Bcyd introduced a bill in the National Assembly estaolisning the
tiVelve mile terrtiorial waters limit, PanaMa did not act through
sheer nationalism. As a sovereign nation, and according to the
oeneva Convention, PanaMa acted within her rights.
4, When Panama cailed on the Organization of American
States for help during the recent crisis, the error was for Pan Panottna
ottna Panottna to accept the appointment of an OAS investigating group
that, represented countries whose sea limit is only three miles,
Including the United States. Had this group been composed of
ripresentatives from countries like Peru, Chile or Ecuador that
hive claimed up to and beyond the twelve-mile limit, it certain certainly
ly certainly have been a different matter.
The wrong was done by Panarnanian Ambassador In Wash Wash,
, Wash, ington, Ricardo Arias, who did not turn down the OAS offer of
anti-invasion patrol with three-mile strings attached, as he
Ahould havn done instead of acting like a scared rabbit.
Panamanian Nationalist

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look ipto the ILA and report hack I ----,,
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cutive Council meeting in Wash- i
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Stage Handt Union in New NEA Wyk Ilk.
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ATLANTIC SIDE SUMMER PROGRAM
Sir:
Atlantic Siders who complain that there is nothing to do bad better
wake up fast if -they Intend to have their ehildren occupied during the
summer vacation months. A strange inertia seems to have overtaken overtakenthis
this overtakenthis area as far as the summer recreatiOn program is concerned.
Parents on the Atlantic Side apparently do pot realize that'unless
a reasonable number of volunteer superVisors and instructors as well
es a goodly number of children are registered very soon for the suiti suitiOter
Oter suitiOter progrtm, it simply will not be held. at all.
, United Fund money is available, but cannot be accepted unless
tidvance attendance is assured. Parents are asked only to pay one
dollar for eacn child, and even that is matched and then some by the
Fund. Is this too costly for many hours of entertainnient and instruc instruction
tion instruction for kids durin,,,,, the do-nothing vacation period?'tven if only
to get the kids nut of Mom's hair, it certainly should be worth a dollar.
There must be more than 300 children ctu thisside who need the
summer recreation program. But the paren must make the first
move. The money. is there for the asking, but little effort is need needed
ed needed too.
Let's get some of these women's clubs to offer assistance, or
neighborhood groups or any individuals who can spare a few hours a
iveek to keep the kids happy and busy. Are we to let the whole pro pro'tram
'tram pro'tram fall throdgh before it's even started for lack of ,interest?
- June 19 is the deadline for registration. and that's not far off.
Tom Sellers and members of the City Council have been working
herd to get the recreation program rolling. Rot they cen't do it alone.
Parents on this side who neglect to help themselves and their
own children need not complain a month from nOW that the kids have
nothing to do. But they will anyway.
'Lsit's Get Hot

FULL PROBE SOUGHT IN GARCIA CASE
Sir:
Lere hope neither the Panamanian nor the American authori authorities
ties authorities will spare any pains in making a full probe of the incident in
tbleb an American and his entire family agent three days in the
arcel Model Iftl Deputy CoMandatite Flores had not happened
, Ceferino Garcia ind-his pretty" Wireand' three nice little kids
would have been there yet.
Garcia had gone to the night court to make a complaint about
la neighbor who bashed his wife in the head. In the court, he found
the tables turned on him and he and his wife branded as assailants
instead of victims.
,, This looks bad enough, and let's hope the real facts of the case
are being thoroughly looked into.
,,.1 But even if the Garcias were somewhat at fault, the summary
Jailing of a family in the middle of the night for what seems to
, have been a neighborhood squabble seems harsh treatment indeed.
,,, Which pne of us can dig up $40 for a fine in the middle of the
view The Garcias, most obviously are respectable people,,far from
lirirnittal types.
', The treatment they received was shameful.'
What howls would have arisen in your Mail Box had anything
-vaguely similur occurred in Balboa, Canal Zone.
Outraged

; THOSE SPECIAL TRAINS
',Sir:
i,.. It seems that the Pacific Commissary Social. and Sporting Club
as always engaged in some wrangle over special trains. At least
ilt seems to happen every year at around this time.
Last year they locked horns with the Mutual Aid Club of Paraiso,
' ut after a somewhat undecipherable exchange of letters, the two
clubs finally got down to business and decided to make the June
'special a joint affair.
ot,
i. Now the Commissary Club is at loggerheads with the Altamira
Club, which says joint sponsorship is out of the question, because
"1)01 its activities are intended to further Altatnica's scholarship fund.
; It seems to me that these wrangles coact be avoided ,if the Pan Panlima
lima Panlima Canal Company stuck to the old first-come-first served policy.
Pt seems a little ludicrous for two special trains to be run on the
slime day to Colon, what with all the regular trains and the little
lattraction that Colon now offers to Pacific sid.rs. Both clubs stand
"to lose money, but of course that will be no skin off the railroad's
s!
rose, they will have gotten their fee already.
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WASHINqTON (UPI) United
teelworkers' President David J.
)1cDonald said today there is no
reason for a steel strike this year
tif reason and moderation prevail
tim genuine collective bargaining."
.2 But he said three weeks of
negotiation for a new contract
bave "goaen nowhere' because
Of "an absolute refusal by the
Companies to bargain in goxi
UM."
McDonald said union officials
Voti do "all in our power" to
Avoid a mid-summer strike, Ne Negotiations
gotiations Negotiations in New York have been
recessed until next week.
S, The Steelworkers' chief negotia negotiafpr
fpr negotiafpr made his appraisal in a
Speech prepared for delivery at a
National Press Club lunch.
The union is insisting on a But
gtantial wage increase and short shorter
er shorter ;OMITS. Steel producers have
proposed freezing wages for one
,; year. A strike is possible after
Contracts expire June 30.
' "I ,,m being completely frank
,,, hen' I report that our private
A dISCUSSIOns have gotten nowhere,"
WeDonald said.
"I tell you this in the hope
A that an informed public opinion
help break this log jam," be
"Industry thus far has
;.Plertly gone through P motions
collecive bargaining."
i 1 said the union has kept "a
degree of flexibility" in its pro
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posals but found no willingness
for give-and-take on the part of
management at the New York
talks.
Speech Follows Blough
McDonald's press club speech
followed by one week an appear appearance
ance appearance by Roger M. Blough, board
chairman of U.S. Steel. Blough re reaffirmed
affirmed reaffirmed the industry's Am-raise
position and said the "upward
spiralling of wages' must be halt halted.
ed. halted. Steelworkers now average
$3.06 an hour.
The union leader said the steel
industry was trying to pin the
blame for inflation entirely on la labor's
bor's labor's wages in what he called a
"shell game to bewitch and be bewilder
wilder bewilder the American public.'
He said the industry's own sta statistics
tistics statistics show that payroll costs for
each ton of steel shipptal rose by
$9.31 a ton compared to a rise of
$34.- a ton in steel prices from
1955 to March, 1959.
SEEKS IKE MEETING
MOSCOW (UPI) First Deputy
Pre,mier Frol Kozlov probably will
seek a meeting with President
Eisenhower when he visits the
United States this summer. ob observers
servers observers said today, Koziol. 31,
is scheduled to leave Moscow at
the end of June to represent the
Soviet Union at the Russian ex exhibition
hibition exhibition in New York.

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Labor News
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Comments
By VICTOR RIESEL
NEW YORK Whatever they
give as an Emmy or Oscar or
Billie tor tne best political acting
should go to Jimmie Hotta for 111b
Texas performance last week. Stn Stngle
gle Stngle handedly he saved himself a
tough, ally. the International
Longsnoremen's Assn., whose 60,-
000 aockwallopers mignt have peen
moving into the AFL-CIO by this
time after six years of expulsion.
Here's how Ho Ha's Brownsville
blast disrupted some oi his op opposition's
position's opposition's neatest strategy. For
some time now master tacuct tacuctan
an tacuctan Louis Waldman, the first coun-:
sel to be known as "labor law lawyer,"
yer," lawyer," haw heel. negotiating with na national
tional national AFL-C10 leaders on clean,
ing up and moving the ILA back
inside the big house of labor. Ma Many
ny Many believed it was all set.
Such a move was welcomed by
national labor chiefs because it
would have cut the ties between
the Longshoremen and the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters a combine which could
strike, clog and finally paralyze
all ocean and rail freight traffic.
Finally in Puerto Rico, last Feb February,
ruary, February, labor's high command ap appointed
pointed appointed a four-man committee to
look irto the ILA and report back
this past week to the AFL-CIO Exe Executive
cutive Executive Council meeting in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. That report would nave
been one favoring the return of
the controversial waterfront u unionso
nionso unionso immortalized in film and
newsprint over the years. This was
'apparent in the national office of
,the Stage Handl Union in New
York last- Thurstlay, May 14.
That day a group of nien met
tbere for thLee hours. It was waslong
long waslong and friendly discussion, some
times led by Louis Wadlman; some
times by Stage Hands president
Dick Walsh, chairman of the lour lourman
man lourman AFL-CIO "inspection com committee'',
mittee'', committee'', sometimes by stich Long
shoremen chiefs as tilpt. Bill Brad
ley, ILA president; Teddy Glea Gleason,
son, Gleason, csier organizer 'veep Packy
Connolly, and others.
They all left believing that the
committee would. mcommend the
acceptanci of the waterfront
men. Jim Hpffa got the message
quickly from sonieone who report
ed to him on the session-
The Teamster 'chief headed for
the ILA regional convention in
Brownsville. He unleashed the
now famous general Strike talk.
Corpulent Bill 'Bradley trod the
boards and reverently said where
ver you go, we go. Back in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the AFL-CIO chiefs had
some suggestions to make which
can't be printed. But going pack
inside the AFL-CIO Was' not one
of them.
The ILA leaders will gather in
mid-Jtily in Miami Beach for their
national convention. They'll make
their next move there.
DAILY
MEDITATION
(Prosantati by tho Departmimt
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese ctf the Panama
Canal Zona.)
SWORDS OR SHARES
"They shall beat their swords
into plow-shares.'
The Chinese have a proverb:
a picture is worth a tbousani
words.
Today we remember those who
have died for their country. The
most fitting memorial we can
give them is to build that peace
for which they have their lives.
The swords of their warfare
must be beaten Into the plow plowshares
shares plowshares of useful industry. Those
ancient words enshrined in tte
heart of New York City and which
we have printed upon our cover,
point the way. I' is the tragedy of
man from the first use of metal
to the latest nuclear discovery
that he has used his knowledge to
deRtroy rather thPn to buIld.
Swords into plowshares. All
honor to those who lave carved
these words on the walls of Radio
City. But we munt cnrye them on
our hearts, inscribe them in every
area of our daily lives. Only so can
we fashion a lasting neace, The
surest hone for thp future is that
mPn make this ancient prophecy
I come true.
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In the tombs of the ancient
Egyptian pharaohs statuettes,
tablets, combs and utensils del delicately
icately delicately carved from ivory have.
been found. The earliest date
back more than 5,000 years.
In excavations of the ancient
cities of Assyria and Babylo Babylonia
nia Babylonia many interesting works of
ivory have been discovered.
Genuine ivory remains in good
condition for centuries.
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MAN ABOUT TOWN
Betty Hutton and Rock Hudson
have the Hollywood historians
hopping. A very sub-rasa alliance.
Mc Mature's latest pulse-hopper
in Europe is Dansh actress
Greta Musser, 18. Marlon Bran Brando
do Brando flies in from the coast to aate
France Nuyen of "Suzie Wong"
when Pasadena socialite Pautette
Adams is too busy. .1thonda
Fleming's daily baskets of posies
at Cannes came from rich Paris
wine merchant James Devereaux.
."Gypsy" stripper Chotzi Flley
got a white minkcoat on opening
night from Hilliard Thompson.
,,Mrs6. Babe Ruth'S dinner date
at the Sacred Cow (on 72nd) is
Steve Barrie, New Englan'd news
man. .Carys Grant bas until
June 8th to publicly apelogize to
H'wood correspondent J. Hyams
or the latter's $700,800 14wsuit
for slander proceeds. II 611 yi
wood's most unusual seduction
scene takes place in "They Came
To Cordura. Gary Cooper over overpowers
powers overpowers Rita Hayword in a patch
of cacti!
Ethel Merman's "Gypsy" con contract
tract contract stipulates there will be no
performance on June 3rd. Be.
cause on that date she, will wing
TO Denver to witness her darigh darighter's
ter's darighter's graduation. .The
Gaines (he's publisher of Mad
mag) expect their image any
day. .Glenda Farrell's son Tom Tommy
my Tommy and his artist-wife Anne got
a coast abrogation. .Ray Antho Anthony's
ny's Anthony's new dazzler is jewetry-designer
Sandy Freeman. .Loret .Loretta
ta .Loretta Young lost her vaccination
card at London airport and had
to be re-jabbed to re-enter the
U.S. Jane Morgan's supersti superstition:
tion: superstition: Never puts on the right
stocking first. .Don't,' Invite
Dept.: Tony Martin' and Louis
Prima. Errol Flynn leaped
from the top of a schooner, of,s.
Jamaica, British West jnclies, to
win a $100 bet. Milton, Greene,
her ex-mgr., plans suing Marilyn
Monroe for $650,000.
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Gary Crosby's numerous IF IFwood
wood IFwood lady friends now inchirle
Madelaine Coubro, whose Big Ro

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mance suddenly .married a mew
movie blonde. Singer Do loles
Hawkins and husband expect
their image next month. ;The
Bobby Sherwoods anticipate an another
other another blessed event. She is Phy.
lis Dorne. last seen on B'way in
"Bells Are Ringing". Shirley
Mac Leine, the star of "Ask Any
Girl," received the champagne
treatment while here. Five years
ago she munched peanut butler
sandwiches in a one-room mid midtown
town midtown cell ?The box-office men
at the Phoenix bought pieces of
"Once Upon a Mattress," which
is selling tickets. Joyce elcery
of "Say One For Me" Bing's next
picture) weds Lester O'Brien,
an Arthur Murray tutor n ex t
month. .Orson Welles' heart
medic has cautioned him about
hisi excess avoirdupoison.
Vatietr:Keported that Cinerama
Pictures brought its producers a about
bout about 45 Mil liOn dollars. Meaning
that the customers paid around
75 million to enjoy them. Yet, CI CInerama
nerama CInerama is closing. There will be
no more after "South Sea Adven Adventure"
ture" Adventure" resigns. They are too cost costly
ly costly to make for only 21 theaters
with wide, wide screen. .Rotand-Roll
songs which dominated
best-seller lists are fading from
them. Only 3 in the First Twen Twenty.
ty. Twenty. .It was offly frigid the oth other
er other eve'g at the Steak Joint when
a maitre d' innocently put Judy
Garland and Marie Torre at ad adjacent
jacent adjacent tables. H a r old
Stones (actress Toni Cdsning)
have a new baby girl. .Nancy
O'Malley (Latin Q.) has a new
fella, Jockey Bill Hartack, thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoying his latest suspen suspension.
sion. suspension. From the column of May 4:
"Society's Cary Latimer's Mon.
signore chums hear she may be become
come become Mrs. William Wright, Jr.
before 1960 fle's a handsome
Princeton socialite." Confirmed in
society pages last week. .To .Toronto,
ronto, .Toronto, Canada. will be the city
in which Pay TV will make iis
big test. .The Copa's two weeks
with L. Prima and Keely Smith
girossed a little, over $250,000.
Vegas biz is up 40 percent. Not
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different sizes.
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gambling. This is for food, drink
and rooms. insiders 'report tag
Ed Murrow's sabbatical f r o
CBS was over his plan t "ex "expease"
pease" "expease" institutions, especially banks,
which enjoy immense tax privi privileges.
leges. privileges. Banks put up most of the
coin for televisionand they de demanded
manded demanded Murrow be stopped.
John Gunther's new Tv series
starts for NBC in Sept. The first
episode. (abotit 'New York's Night.
People) will be filmed next week
all over town. This column will
officiate as sightseeing guide.
Miguel Aleman, Jr., son of Mex Mexico's
ico's Mexico's one-time Prez, had the Lett
Bank crowd drooling when he
came in with "Destry" beauty A Adrienne
drienne Adrienne Rogers. .Cover-gel Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Shade is now Mrs. R. Wil Willard.
lard. Willard. He's a musical direct.or.
they were Little-Church-Aroundthe-Cornered
a few hours ago.
Drama tutor Stella Adler now
gives her undivided attention to
Stanley Moss, the art tycoon.
Comedian Gary Morton and Lee
Garrett, actress, soon middl e eaisle.
aisle. eaisle. The Warner Brothers bus cara caravan
van caravan en route to Manhattan from
Hollywood (with a dozen young
thesps) has them all edgy and
hating each other. Actor Geof Geoffrey
frey Geoffrey Horne and fashion model
Nancy Berg are still marrted,
despite their best false friends.
But not forever, they postscript.
.Sammy Davis, Jr.'s new mu musical
sical musical show, "Free and Easy"
(Arlen and Mercer), set for the
Fall, is that team's "St. Louis
Woman" of 5 years ago. .When
Mayor Wagner's wife presented
the Cotton Council awards at
Gracie Mansion she wore a silk
spantung frock. .The Air Force
Charles Russhons (Claire Mitt)
will be 3 in early Nov. .Those
screams You probly heard were
from Jaye P. Morgan, whose re recording
cording recording bosses asked her to pose
for an album cover in a filmsy
negligee.
Judy Holliday's merger plans
with jazz star Gerry Mulligan
have been snagged by his agent,
who booked him for a tour of Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. She must remain in Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood to film "Bells Are Ring Ringing".
ing". Ringing". ,Sandra Church, one of
the big hits of Ethel Merman's
"Gypsy', click, will be colyumed
with' this-and-that beau. But her
No. 1 secret is known to the cast.
. .Tbrust Gloria Warner will re resume
sume resume her career. Her marriage
didn't jell. Sound-alikes: The
4 Coins' "One Heart, One Love"
and "Because. Showmen are
astonished how little the Pulezer
Prize meant to "JB,' which soon
departs for Central City, Cotora Cotorado.
do. Cotorado. .Primo Carnera, one time
heavyweight fighter, is yery ill
in Udine, Maly. .Do lores Gray
and recording star Dick Sinart
didn't bother to disguise their af affection
fection affection on the Stork dance floor,
according to ringsiders. .Ten .Tennistar
nistar .Tennistar Gussie Moran and groom
Ed Hand are trying li again.
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Mongtomery Clift, usually link linked
ed linked with Myrna Loy or Libby Hol Holman,
man, Holman, prefers the Continental, a
cafe in Larchmont, for his tetea-date
with Ann Ritchie, a
20ish mag writer. His current
subject for an oil painting, hiu
new hobby. .Geraldine Page,
leading lady of "Sweet Bird Of
Youth," has a new one, too. Ile
ifs actor Scranton Moulton. Al Al1
1 Al1 hio industrialist Frank C. Russell
and his mate returned on the In Independence
dependence Independence Friday to learn their
Maryland lodge was destroyed in
a $250,000 inferno. ."The Mat Mating
ing Mating Genie" movie (filmed many
months ago) has Debbie Rey Rey1
1 Rey1 nolds shrugging: "That's life. Di Divorced
vorced Divorced and married the same
dey1".. .Page 46 of the June Ca Cavalier
valier Cavalier mag helps decipher the
collapse of the N. Y. Yankees.
, Samed jeweler Harry Winston
Ili bedded with the whooping
, cough, at his age!. .The wags
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WASHINGTON The day before-
the Senate Commerce Com Committee
mittee Committee voted on hia confirmation,
Secretary of Commerte Lewis
Strauass A madeP a political pay payoff
off payoff the three SenatorsPastora of
Rhode Wand; Thlirmond of
South Carolina, and Cotton of
New Hampshirewho helped sal,
vage his one-vote victory.
The pay-off had to do with
stricter controls on foreign tex textiles,
tiles, textiles, especially Japanese.
However, one pay-off backfired
so badly that it made John Pas Pastore,
tore, Pastore, the bouncing little Demo,
crat from Rhode Island, hit the
ceiling' and alniost change his
mind about voting for Strauss.
What made Pastore mad was
that Sen. teverett Saltonstall of
Massachusetts, Republican, n o t
Pastore, Democrat, was permit permitted
ted permitted to announced the creation of
a new governmental textile agen agency.
cy. agency. The whole inside story illus illustrates
trates illustrates the ruthlessness with
which Senate votes are some sometimes
times sometimes bartered in a tough con--
firmation battle, and how such a
battle can undermine an admin administration's
istration's administration's foreign policy.
Here are the unrevealed high highlights:
lights: highlights: 1. Because US military bases
in japan are so important, the
Eisenhower administration has re refused
fused refused to put mandatory controls
on Japanese textiles. Instead Ja Japan
pan Japan itself has imposed volunta voluntary
ry voluntary controls. Such a policy has
been urged by the State and De Defense
fense Defense Departments in order to
keep Japan an active free-world
ally in the cold war against Red
China.
2. Because Strauss' confirma confirmation
tion confirmation as Secretary of Commerce
is personally important to Straues
and politically important to Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, the White House a agreed
greed agreed to a special agency to in ininvestigate
investigate ininvestigate textile imports, with
expected stricter control on Ja Japanese
panese Japanese products later.
3. Ex-Gov. Tom Dewey, of New
York, former GOP candidate for
president, accepted a fee of
3100.000 a year to push Japanese
textiles in the United States.
Dewey is the man primarily re responsible
sponsible responsible for nominating Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in 1952, and still has great
influence at the White House.
Defvey, incidentally, aceepted the
fee one dav P'''" the White
House announced formation of
special agedcy on textiles.
Therefore two prominent Re.
ophlieans, Dewey 'and Strauss,
will be battling on opposite sides
of the textile fence.
BAC KSTAG BUTTONHOL. NG
Strauss' backstage buitonholing
among textile Senators began
some time ago. It was aided by
certain big textile firms, notably
Burlington Industries of North
Carolina.
In the middle of the Senate
hearings over his confirmation,
Strauss took a quick trip to
Greensboro, N.C., to address a
textile meeting where Spencer
Love, chairman of Burlington In:
dustries, called the Senate hear hearings
ings hearings and unwarranted "political
vendetta."
Prior to that, Strauss- dropped
in on Senator Thurmond to talk
textiles, told how he began his
business career as a salesman
in the Carolinas, how he had us used
ed used his influence to set mandato mandatory
ry mandatory controls on oil imports into
the United States. The implica implication
tion implication was that he would do the
same .for the textile industry.
Thurmond cOmplained that the
textile recession had hit South
Carolina hard, said textile mills
constituted 75 percent of South
Carolina's industry, that the De
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fenae Department considered tex-.:
tiles second only to steel in terms
of military essentiality. -
At about the same time,
Strauss-had promised the three ;
textile Senators on the Com-
merce Committee that he Wotdd
do his best to establish their pro proposed
posed proposed interagency board to con consider
sider consider the problem of textiles.
This, however; was opposed by
the State Department and by
President Eisenhower who feared
such a board, would be like wav waving
ing waving a red flag at Japan.
When a group of New England
goven2ors called on Ike to erg
such a board, the President turn
ed thumbs down. Such a board
he told Gov. Christopher di
Sestro of Rhode Island, would el
tablish a wrong precedent.
WRONG.ANNOUNCER
However, as the time approach approached
ed approached for the Commerce Committee
voteon Strauss' nomination, the
President began to shift.
The committee vote was due
May 19. On May 18, Under Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Commerce Fred Muel Mueller,
ler, Mueller, right-hand man to Strauss,
went to the White House. The
vote was due May 19. On MaY
18, Under Secretary of Com-,
merce Fred mueller, right-hand
man to Strauss, went to the
White House. The votes of two
textile Senators, P s t or e of
Rhode Island and Thurmond of
South Carolina, next day were
essential. Cotton of New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, a Republican, would vote
for Strauss anyway. But the two
Democratic textile 'votes meant
the difference between total de defeat
feat defeat or partial victory.
So Mueller came back with a
White House OK for the Politic Political
al Political pay-off.
Next morning, just before the
Senate committee votes, Pastore
read in the newspapers that tho
special textile committee was to
be formed. This was what he had -,,
been working on for a lone time.
But Pastore was not pleased.
Quite the opposite. He almost
hit the ceiling.
For who shoeld matee the an announcement
nouncement announcement bet a Republican
Senator Saltnstall of Massachu Massachusetts.
setts. Massachusetts. The White House, knowing
Salty is up for a tough re-election
fight next year, had given
the announcement to him.
The boundine little Senator
from Rhode Island finally curb curbed
ed curbed his resentment and went into intocommittee
committee intocommittee to vote for Strauss.
If he's confirmed, the textile
Senatore exnect thingg from
Strauss In the way of textile con control.
trol. control. But there'll be quite a battle
between Renublican Strauss and
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ItEAR ADM. E. C. STEPHAN, MEMBERS OF PARTY,
FETED AT LUNCHEON BY LT. GEN. GAITHER
Lt. Gen. Ridge ly Gaither, Commander in Chief Caribbean, feted
visiting Rear Adm. E. C. Stephan, South Atlantic Force, U. S. Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Fleet, and members of his party at a stag luncheon Thursday at
bit residence at Quarry Heights.
Other guests included Rear Ad. Lewis S. Parks, Commandant,
Fifteenth Naval District; Brig. Gen. James W. Coutts, Chief of Staff.
Caribbean Command; Capt. J. E. Whitener, Chief of Plans, J-3, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command; Capt. Samuel B. Purdie. Actine Chief of Staff, Fif Fifteenth
teenth Fifteenth Naval District; Col. Nicholas E. Powel, Chief of Staff, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command: Col. E. T. Imparato. Dep ity Chief of Staff for
Materiel, Caribbean Air Command; Capt. R. Daily and Lt. L. Co lbw!,
of Adm. Stephan's party.
Adm. Stephan made an official call to the Caribbean Command
this week and returned to the Atlantic Fleet Friday.

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Airing Missile
Expert Tomorrow
A program of special interest to
military personnel will be pre presented
sented presented over CFN-TV tomorrow at
7 p.m.
Ralph Edwards' "This is Your
Life" is to feature Maj. Gen.
Holger Nelson Toftoy, who has
been closely associated with the
U.S. missile program. Many high
ranking officers of the armed
services and experts in the field
of research and development. in including
cluding including Dr. Wenher von Braun,
are among the guests.
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This year Miss Biakowski is the
-- S t
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ernment may be cut. Nutter in- If you have a teeh-age daugh- President of the Caribe club. She
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still make sense: nas been in Rifle club since her Diablo Photogs
the reduction was being consid- .-S's,:i.s. ........
:1:. k freshman year and secretary of ---satr'.4.KS,Tw",'.;',. :i. 4, t
One. Know her friends and,
I H frAe apsraapaariateofina general viorld- ::::;isigiVA.- -.: : ----as.&-",a0s,:s.: i
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possible, the parents of her
if that club in her fireshman, soplio- To See Kodak's
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friends. .. 4e:''X'ft.-A:s. :
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time. to all foreignmi
wid eliottatorsotrieaassbisy- more .and sen,ior.years. She has
, been in the torrid Zone Wizard ,is Tropical Plant
Two. Know where she is going ""s - - -
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the United States. "7:,:kF "'"i'm
club since her .junior year an
participated in intramural sports,
ss.:1S and let her know when you ex expect
pect expect her home when she goes out :4;-s:sss,::,..:
. ed the new club year on May 21 ss:ftisss
The Diablo Camera Club open- ., :. ss.. ..sess-ssrs,
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.-Ai band and orchestra, class dances
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::.s., at night. and assembly program commit I' sii:liiKgsisisiMiassl,
ss:ss In the Cabaa Club AVOID with "Photographer's Choice" as .- .: :sessas.-sss.,,,ssosw:.:
N Three. Let her know that you toes' the color .slide competition sub- '-' :: sore:4044mi
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: :DIAPER RASH
Don't let your trust her but make it clear that
necessary. r freshman year and in the
Nurses' Aide club since her soph sophomore
omore sophomore year. In her junior year st
members and many excellent . .-..::,,...:- -: -. ''''Iss.---------------rs,:40,ANISIligIll eiiiiiiiitigitAt
ides were exhibited. Vssssimosos,znsis ...mslisa:
Karen Coalle has been in the
.learibe club and Glee club since iect. A wide variety of subject sosses ..,..."1.4.0:4,,,,,m.....
A.:' trusting a young person means ....:.m.'" Pt:::::wtot:,:q-mtt-:,:, ,
matter was entered by the club ;.,.. .. .,..... ...s ss,. :::iiitilliiiiiiizosiiinssosimissegs:
.e::-,, canSaelvzenoncehamroMdienigs : -4: !,,' that parental supervision is still
so
Four. Don't be afraid to ask
her not to date a boy you know
.-4 Dancing Music baby suffer
IsibtFtelievesthhoinDulodonl'ts. she was initiated into the Torrid. Charles Mc G. arandl, presi- ',::tt.A.,:::,,.:;'.1.f...:4,: :V' Jth:( ....,"::"'"ViiiiiiitnitiMgr::, t ..i.i!ittti
Zone Wizards and this year to dent of the club, won first in Class : .,.:.":,-W:::-.'os,:. ::-,-,s -: 7-, .......sw rsasoOsssssisssus::-. .......ssist
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na,g at her abidoeuat -.. :. - - -- is-swhe :ssis....smississmi, :-:s4sioss:
Speciat BARBECUE AA; Mrs. Catsy Taylor walked off I .iiiiisfai',i'S:i:;:4:,;;::issssi..1-.si'.:....: ...4iglikl?P'''' ,:iSaittiltliiillIgs:XIM .ftssiikl
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diapers. After Nbiat,ional Honor Society.
At a recent awards day assem- t A and :'"iiiiiiiiiiMilk:.:',::A: Pf-s,sess::--..-.:,- 'isisssiS:issiMa ....-' issommlosts s".ms
wi h all winners in cl a ss .., :0,,,,,:,,,.,...,..,,,,,,-:.,:,:it:,,,K,:: m.:..f.,-,,a. 0:: .::, .:,:r:i:r."4:04agif.4: oak
other attractions gs. he II get the y Kapen received the Bausch Richard E. Cox won first in Class .......s!:.' :---' ,Mili,'Iillg Sinslisss.sss asaliAlil-tlfassisfsiss. .4:gees
every diaper that she can't please you or that
Door prizes-3 rose ,,
I, , and Lomb "Best Science Student B.
s- t., you don't have a very high opi- :8KolIeKilielii ..ii3O40,
Marie Reid bathing suits change, use Award" and an academie award The next meeting of the club :: ... :::::,::.:::s::?s:s...sizs,i, :s, ,,sssgsimsiftsismoss:sst:: ssiAto
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ask priask for being the first in grade po,nt will be held at the Kodak Tro- .:.s.:;r: isi yi.::::1::....:;.441.00.717.4.-egir
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: vary, Don't rummage through
goru ei ass italt oono s healobtonuet hheerr c-,
the four years. June 4 when the amateur photo- 1, 'so-AO,. .:,:::::.:s.,:,:.,s,fs,st,. msoossfmo,,,,,ss;......akg:s:iiiiiiiiiii
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entertain the boys and girl's who .... 4.t.:10.44i,s.:.itiiif :ososiss:: ms-asisosvss:- .. ,,,,,s.,.. I.
E 1 Pa,o106 a.oret. 2:.... 44 1-. I," 1 11 come to see her. sident last year as well as presi Limitada. .s.w....::::;:.::-::::-:::is-....ss: ::::::w" ,k, ,,,,,.$4,:4:, "NKr:
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she also became a member of the formative tour of the new mo moher
her moher friends home. Insist that you '-'' ,'''-::;:At::i:;;,:. '-'-'7-''''''''':44'$'',-:iillW- 3'.f..--:. sq, s:.s.-.:!...-sfsi
--- ------- g National Honor Societ and the dern color processing plant fol- .:',;,.oso,,,;,s:.:,...4,liiiliti.it, ...
Eigihtt.la Mivaakt Torrid Zone Wizards. Y lowed by lectures given by Ko- ,24-,- 2sltststesigs ::-,M S
meet any boy she's dating.
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In the Dramatics club, she has dak's leading tropical research .4.4:;:s.".w..isssss,;.,:s::..,.,..,.: --:,.....,:.- .............-- ... . ,........,...
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1 pr: :- --,,,:; 4 that
girl's, so that she won't break a
a boy's feelings as to hurt a
date when a better opportunity b:en vice-presi(lent and secretarY, scientists.
historian for the National Thespi- After these educational features
an and acted in the play "Inside a light dinner will be served, ter- COL. C. A. BEALL, JR., congratulates MSgt. Stanley S. Potter,
1 US Army Mission to Paraguay, upon being selected to study at
Colorado State University. He will attend for two calender
, Le'ster". Other activities of hers minating the evening's program. years doing work in nuclear physics. Potter was the second
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. dicaoegmr seas, mdaapl t(0)ens gswi boilerh. bae brouydeabi ne ereofaussi: --- -
from this command, out of 35 applicants, selected to go to 0
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enlisted men.-(US Army Photo) 4 0
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'Is, '''I I Nine. Insist she be considerate f o 1
Principles 0 Econ m c
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esteem selfesteem to the point where she
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semester in the Florida State Uni- cal relations in the United States. .
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versity college program for arm- College algebra 117 (prerequisite, 1,'
ef Guest D. in 24 TROOPERS HURT ed forces in the Candi Zone was mathematics 105, its equivalent, or 1
4a,JeaalaQ".... 'released this week. Registration an adequate high school prepara- ':4'.' it '' .
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were hospitalized with n.
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fractures. powers from the American Revolu- ad completed until fees are paid.
tion to the present time. Graduate Permission to enrell or to com- A2 -,, :' .... .i ..1'.
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French Am6assador
Laavas For Vacation
Departing thi week for a va vacation
cation vacation in their oountry were the
French Ambassador to Panama
and Mrs. Lionel Vasse.
Lunchoon Party Today
Honors BrictsElact
Miss Finita Samudio, bride brideelect
elect brideelect of Jose Arosemena Jr., was
guest of honor at a luncheon par,
ty today at the Union Club.
Hostess for the event were Mrs.
Josefina Gambotti, Mrs. Lucie
Gambotti and Miss Me lida Gam Gambot4
bot4 Gambot4 Mr. and Mrs. Tucker
Fete Bridal Couple
A social event of this week in
Panama City was a dinner par partv
tv partv given by Mr. and Mrs. Ken
Tucker at their residence. Ho Honored
nored Honored guests were Carlos Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo St. Maio and his fiancee, Miss
Mawi Vallarino.
Mrs. Sucre Feted
At Buffet Party
Mrs. Raquel Ca lvo Sucre, who
is leaving for Florida, was com complimented
plimented complimented at a buffet supper this
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Friday JUNE 12
In the Cabaa Club
Entrance SI
Seven charming
Canal Zone models
Dancing Music
Speciat BARBECUE
other attractions
Door prizes-3 rose
Marie Reid bathing suits
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Panama
week et the residence of Mrs. Vic Victoria
toria Victoria Ramirez. Co-hostess for the
event was Mrs. Francisca Sucre.
A small group of freimis com comprised
prised comprised the guest list.
Miss da la Guardia
Visits Grandparents
Miss Nei), de la Guardia, (laugh.
ter of Panama's Ambassador to
Uruguay Oscar de la Guardia and
Mrs. de la Guardia, is here from
Montevideo to visit with her
grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. Julio
Aleman.
Host Of Apalachin
Mee ling Reported
Very 111 In Hospital
JOHNSONCITY, N.Y., May 30--
(UPD--Joseph Barbara Sr., the
host of the still mysterious gang gangland
land gangland convention at Apalachin in
1957, was reported in serious con condition
dition condition today at Wilson Memorial
Hospital.
Barbara, 53, was taken to the
hospital yesterday after he went
into a coma. He was placed in an
oxygen tent. Results of a cardio cardiogram
gram cardiogram wTre expected to disclose
later today whether Barbara had
suffered his third heart attack.
"There is every indication he
suffered a serious coronary at attack,'
tack,' attack,' Barbara's attorney, Harvey
Travis, said last night.
Barbara's previous Leart at attacks,
tacks, attacks, one before the Apalachin
meeting at his former residence
and another the following month,
have made it possible for him to
avoid being questioned about the
meeting of alleged gangland big bigwigs.
wigs. bigwigs. The State Supreme Court last
month ordered Barbara to appear
before the state investigation com commission
mission commission to answer questions about
the mobsters' meeting, but no
date was set for his appearance.
Only last week Barbara, his son,
Joseph. Jr., and others who at attended
tended attended the crime conclave were
named in 'a federal indictment
charging conspiracy to hinder in investigation
vestigation investigation into the nature of the
meeting.
Barbara recently solor his $130,-
000 home, scene of the crime con convention,
vention, convention, and has been living with
his family at the home of his lister-in-law,
Mary Vivon, in Endi Endicott,
cott, Endicott, N.Y.
AID CUT HINTED
MANILA (UPI) Gen.
William Nutter, chief U. S. mili military
tary military advisor to the Philippines,.
gaid yesterday that U. S. mili military
tary military assistance to the Manila gov government
ernment government may be cut. Nutter in informed
formed informed defense officials here that
the reduction was being consid considerrA
errA considerrA as part of a general viorld viorldwide
wide viorldwide pruning in military assis assistnncA
tnncA assistnncA to all foreign countries by
the United States.
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DIAPER RASH
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West's double had nothing to
commend it. South had opened
with a forcing two bid and even
with bunched trumps West could
not hope for a substantial penal penalty
ty penalty East won the opening club lead
with the ace and returned the
suit. South was in with the queen
and promptly laid down the ace
of trumps. When East followed
South was ready to operate.
West's double quite obviously
was based on great trump length.
South decided to play him for all
four remaining trumps.
He cashed the king of clubs
and ace-king of spades. The kinq
of diamonds was overtaken by
dummy's ace and a second dia diamond
mond diamond ruffed. Now South led the
nine of spades and West was in
with the queen.
Since West was down to noth nothing
ing nothing but trumps he led the six spot.
South won with the eight and shot
the jack .back. West was in i.nd
had to lead another trump and
South had the rest of the tricks.
West had succeeded in mak;ng
only one trump trick with five to
the queen-ten in back of declarer
and South had made his contract.
gr4C A R D Seale t
Q'rhe bidding has been:
North Kist South Wad
1 Pass 1, Pass
14, Pass 1'
You, South, bold:
6117 ItiEJ115 KI1511 ASS
What to you do?:
AItid three diamonds. Twio
ne-trsmi la almost as geed a,
bid and the limey bid et two
clubs is a third beim
TODAY'S QUESTiON
Your partner Sumps to tour
hearts atter your three-diamond
bid. What do you do now?
A
Answer Tomorrow itt
Rug Illit let Saw...
If you have a teeti-age daugh daughter
ter daughter these old-fashioned reminders
still make sense:
One. Know her friends and, if
possible, the parents of her
friends.
Two. Know where she is going
and let her know when you ex expect
pect expect her home when she goes out
at night.
Three. Let her know that you
trust her but make it clear that
trusting a young person means
that parental supervision is still
necessary.
Four. Don't be afraid to ask
her not to date a boy you know
she shouldn't.
Five. Don't nag at her about
little things. She'll get the idea
that she can't please you or that
you don't have a very high opi opinion
nion opinion of her.
Six. Respecr her right to pri privacy,
vacy, privacy, Don't rummage through
her mail, read her letters, ask
prying questions about her
friends or insist on helping her
entertain the boys and girls who
come to see her.
Seven. Encourage her to bring
her friends home. Insist that you
meet any boy she's dating.
Eight. Make her understand
that it is just as unkind to hurt
a boy's feelings as to hurt a
girl's, so that she won't break a
date when a better opportunity
comes along or be rude in refus refusing
ing refusing a date with a boy she consi considers
ders considers impossible.
Nine. Insist she be considerate
enough to telephone and let you
know if her plans are changed or
ir she is going to be later than
stre thought.
Ten. Help her build up her self selfesteem
esteem selfesteem to the point where she
isn't afraid to stand up for what
she thinks is right or to refuse to
go along with the crowd when
her better judgment tells her
hot to.
24 TROOPERS HURT
FT. BRAGG, N. C. (ITT)
Twenty-four paratroopers were in injured
jured injured iast night in a mass
air drop during Army-Air Force
maneuvers staged by 20,000 regu regular
lar regular and reserve servicemen. Army
officers described the parachute
drop of some 1,500 Merl as "good"
but said 17 of the 24 injured
were hospitalized with iniuries
ranging from sprains to simple
fractures.
FAVORS MISSILR PRODUCTION
TOKYO (UPI) Defensl
Agency Director Shigejiro ino
said today that h? favored pro proclueing
clueing proclueing the American Hawk
ground-to-air guided missle in
Japan, but without nuclear war warheads.
heads. warheads. Reports that the Hawk
would be manufactured in Japan
touched off a contrnversy here
here whether such a move would
make the nation a target for nu nuclear
clear nuclear attack,

FOURTEEN MEMBERS of the Cristobal Hgih School grauation class of 1959 have earned honor graduate rating by having a
3.00 grade point average or better througout their four years of high school, it has been announced by Cristobal High School.
The honor graduates are top row (left to right) Mary Elizabe th Bialkowski, Karen Coate, Marguerite Engelke, Celsa Frances Franceschi
chi Franceschi and Nancy Gibson. Middle rowJudith Grfifon, Martha Johnson, Philip Judson, Suzie Lloyd, Esther Miller. Bottom row
Ella Mae Maorles, Katherine O'Brien, Jean Seaman, and Clair e White.

Cristobal High's 14 Honor Grade Include Misses Griffon,

Engelke, Franceschi, Gibson,

Cristobal High School has an announced
nounced announced that in the class of 1959
of Cristobal High 'School, there
are fourteen graduates who have
earned their honor graduate rat rating
ing rating by having a three-grada point
averageor better throughout their
four years of high school.
By alphabetical listing, the first
home- graduate is Mary Elizabeth
Bialkowski. She was initiated into
National Honor Society in her ju junior
nior junior year, Iso went to Girl's State,
and this year she is the Student
Association treasurer. She has deen
in the Caribe Club since her so sophomore
phomore sophomore year and in her j111110E
year was vice-prosident of WM
club.
This year Miss Biakowski is the
president of the Caribe club. She
has been in Rifle club since her
freshman year and secretary of
that club in her fireshman, sopho sophomore
more sophomore and senior years. She has
been in the Torrid Zone Wizards
club since her junior year and
participated in intramural sports,
band and orchestra, class dances
and assembly program commit committees.
tees. committees. Karen Coa Ile has been in the
Caribe club and Glee club Sine
her freshman year and in the
Nurses' Aide club since her soph sophomore
omore sophomore year. In her junior year
she was initiated into the Torrid
Zone Wizards and this year to
National Honor Society.
At a recent awards day assem assembly,
bly, assembly, Karen received the Bausch
and Lomb "Best Science Student
Award" and an academic award
for being the first in grade point
standing in her class throughout
the four years.
Marguerite Engelke served the
Student Association as vice-pre
sident last year as well as presi
dent of the Athletic Council, when
she also became a member of the
National Honor Society and the
Torrid Zone Wizards.
In the Dra,matics club, she has
been vice-president and secretary,
historian for the National Thespi Thespian,
an, Thespian, and acted in the play "Inside
Lester". Other activities of hers
Principles Of
In FSU First
-- 0
A description of the courses be being
ing being offered for first term, second
semester in the Florida State Uni University
versity University college program for arm armed
ed armed forces in the Candi Zone was
released this week. Registration
will take place June 8 through 12.
Principles of economics 201 cov covers
ers covers fundamental principles of sup supply
ply supply and demand and national dev.
elopment of western civilization to
1715, is required for all FSU stu students.
dents. students. U.S. diplomatic history 428
(prerequisite, U.S. history, or per permission
mission permission of the director) surveys
relation of the U.S. with foreign
powers from the American Revolt'.
tion to the present time. Graduate
credit may be obtained for this
course.
Educational psychology 207 (pre.
requisite, general course in psy psychology
chology psychology or permission of the di director)
rector) director) applies the basic principles
of psychology to the problems of
education, while general psycholo psychology
gy psychology 205 is an introductory course
concerned with principles.
Public finance 455 prerequisite,
economics 20 'or 202 and 305 or
permission of the director) consid considers
ers considers the economic, administrative
and legal aspects of public reve

have included intramural sports,
homenroorn work, Nurses Aide
work and membership in the
Glee club and the football home homecoming
coming homecoming court.
Celsa Franceschi has particip participated
ated participated in class dance and assembly
committes since her sophomore
year. She has taken part in in intramural
tramural intramural volleyball and softball
and last year she was elected to
the all-stars.
Nancy Gibson has been a cheer cheerleader
leader cheerleader for ten years and an ROTC
sponsor this year. She has parti participated
cipated participated in the band and orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, class dance committee3,
tra, class dance committees,
Girls' State, intramuralis and vol volleyball
leyball volleyball all-stas this year. A mem
Diablo Photogs
To See Kodak's
Tropical Plant
The Diablo Camera Club open opened
ed opened the new club year on May 21
with "Photographer's Choice" as
the color slide competition sub subject.
ject. subject. A wide variety of subject
matter was entered by the club
members and many excellent
slides were exhibited.
Charles Mc G. arandl, presi president
dent president of the club, won first in Class
AA; Mrs. Catsy Taylor walked off
with all winners tn Class A; and
Richard E. Cox won first in Class
B.
The next meeting of the club
will be held at the Kodak Tro Tropical
pical Tropical Research Laboratory on
June 4 when the amateur photo photographers
graphers photographers will be guests of the la laboratory
boratory laboratory and Kodak Laboratories
Limitada.
They will be conducted on an in informative
formative informative tour of the new mo modern
dern modern color processing plant fol followed
lowed followed by lectures given by Ko Kodak's
dak's Kodak's leading tropical research
scientists.
After these educational features
a light dinner will be served, ter terminating
minating terminating the evening's program.
Economic 201
Term Courses
----
nue, public expenditures, public
debts and inter-governmental fis fiscal
cal fiscal relations in the United States.
College algebra 117 (prerequisite,
mathematics 105, its equivalent, or
an adequate high school prepara preparation)
tion) preparation) is a fundamental course in
college algebra preparin gfor more
advanced college level mathema mathematics
tics mathematics and emphasizing the practical
ideas involved. General biology is
an introduction to fundamental
biological principles and their ap application
plication application to the understanding of
man in his biological world.
Enrollment will not be consider considered
ed considered completed until fees are paid.
Permission to enroll or to com complete
plete complete enrollment after June 12
met be obtained from the direc director.
tor. director. The last date to drop or change
classes will be June 17 for Mon Monday
day Monday and Wednesday classes and
June 18 for Tuesday and Thursday
classes. No refunds will be made
aft?r those dates.
Army personnel must present an
approved request for tuition as assistance
sistance assistance on DA Form 2171-R at
time of registration. Forms are
available at education centers or
by requisition from AG Publica Publications
tions Publications and Record&

Johnson, Coate, Bialkowski

ber of the Dramatics club, she has
been in the plays, "Life with Mo Mother"
ther" Mother" and "Inside Lester". Nancy
also was in the football homecom homecoming
ing homecoming court.
Judith Griffon has been very
active in the Rifle club, serving
as its treasurer and vice-president
and winning many shooting
awards. Hor other interests nave
been Dramatics club, Caribe club,
Nurses' Aide club. She was caul
tain of the C.H.S. Girls Bowling
team. Judy is also a member ot
the National Honor Society and
has attended Girls State for two
years.

ow- 6$4,-:
, COL. C. A. BEALL, JR., congratulates MSgt. Stanley S. Potter,
US Army Mission to Paraguay, upon being selected to study at
Colorado State University. He will attend for two calender
years doing work in nuclear physics. Potter was the second
from this command, out of 35 applicants, selected to go to
college under the civilian training program for Regular Army
enlisted men.---(US Army Photo)

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AN 0DTSTANDING AWARD is presented to C. J. Murphy of
the Manpower division, 01 section, LTSARCARIB, by Brig. Oen. 14
Milton L. Ogden, deputy commanding general USARCARIB al
an awards luncheon held at Fort Arnador Officers' Open Mess, 4,
(1.LS. Army PhOt0):

SATURDAY, 1957
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1
Martha Johnson. has been very
active in all intramural sports.
as well as on the all-stars teams
for volleyball and basketball, she
was in the top ten and is a mem member
ber member of the Girls Athletic Associa Association.
tion. Association. She has been a class officer each
year and on all class assembly
and dance committees. She at
tended Girls State, was in the
kootball honlecogning,courtiand
an ROTC sponor.
Martha' was recently initiated
into the National Thespians after
her role in "Iwide Lester" and
"A Roomful of Roses".
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iA'rrEDAY, NAY SO, 1959

ipommniu AdMIIPMmoimnMiel.NIMMMSIMI

r WASHDIGTON (UPI) T e
Rouse -Appropriations Committee
voted today to give President
Eisenhower blank-check authority
to spend whatever is needed to
keep this country's big bombers
pn constant airbt.'ne alert against
Russian attack'.
, The committee took the action
in approving a $38,848,339,000 de detense
tense detense money bill to operate the
armed fornes in the new fiscal
Year starting July 1. It said !tux !tuxsia's
sia's !tuxsia's growing missile threat de demands
mands demands unusual steps to protect
the big bombers and their retali retaliatory
atory retaliatory striking .power.
The committee recommended a
speed-up n long-range missiles
With an eye to the day when
manned bombers become obsolete.

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Authority To Keep U.S. Planes In Readiness

NEW PRESIDENTCapt. Lucien E. Lebel, Special Services of officer,
ficer, officer, Atlantic Area, and retiring president of the Atlantic Side
Parent-Teacher Association, hands the gavel of office to Maj.
David B. Parsons, who' will carry on the duties for the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming year. Parsons is currently assigned as senior instructor,
armament section, U.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort Gulick.

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It also stepped into the squabble dent's specific requests. It chopped
over anl aircraft Missiles and out 81,1,9,661,000 which rJuseullow rJuseullowscuttled
scuttled rJuseullowscuttled Navy plans for a new 260 er hau requested out partly off offmillion
million offmillion dollar super carrier. set this by ailding $779,800,000 tor
It ordered 8 sharp tuck in pro- other nuclear-space age defensel
posed spending by the new Air programs.
Force Academy at Colorado lne lawmakers recommended
Springs, Colo., saying it was not another 85 million dollars as a
satisfied with explanations of al- down payment on eight more At Atleged
leged Atleged wasteful sp9nding there. It las missile squadrons and 87 mil milearmarked
earmarked milearmarked 1.8 minion dollars for lion to speed development of the
the academy compared with $18,- atinutman, sn improved 5,000-
800,000 this year. mile rocket using solid insteact of
The verall money bill fell liquid fuel.
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original requests. But it did not Staff, saying the top military
include possible spending for the leaders had tidied to provide "the.
airborne alert which eventually king of advice and leadership this;
could run into billions of dollars. country requires.' They said there
The committee also made a clearly "is something wrong in
sweeping overhaul in the Presi- our present military planning."
Stepping into n Army Air
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The committee warned in a re report
port report hat there Is a "missile
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this country and Russia and it
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NEW SERGEANT MAJORSFour master sergeants (E-8) in the Panamit Area were among the
US Army Caribbean soldiers recently appointed to the new Army "supergrade," sergeant major
(E-9). Wearing the distinctive sleeve insignia, from left to right, are Sergeant Majors (E-9) Al Allen
len Allen R. Kline, US Army Garrison, Fort Amador; Joe Mi lam, Headquarters and Headquarters Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, 4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery, Fort C layton; Edward Sidberry, Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, ist Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, and Gene G. Ward, Se Security
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Services AlServices Committee has ordered len R. Kline, US Army Garrison, Fort Amador, Joe Milam, Headquarters and Headquarters Bat-
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is okay in case of fire but big Joe Adcock doesn't
think that is any way to help Milwaukee win a pennant.

Adcock disdained a walk last
night, and because he did the
7. Braves stretched their National
League lead to three games.
It all happened in the ninth in inning
ning inning against the Phil lies with the
, acore tied 5-5. Hank Aaron, who
collected three hits to boost his
batting average to .43'2, tripled
with one out and Gene Conley pur
posely passed Wes Covington.
Conley started to walk Adcock
Intentionally, too, but the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee first baseman had other ideas.
' lereached out and swung at the
st pitch. dribbling it toward sec secend
end secend base. By the time the ball was
fielded, Aaron had crossed the
plate with the winning run.
Adcock also belted a two-run
homer during a four-run rally in
the second inning. Conley went the
distance, absorbing his second loss
while reliever Don McMahon held
tbe Phil! hitless and was credited
with the 6-5 victory.
The Chicago Cubs moved into
third place by beating the Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, 9-4; the St. Louis Cardinals
defeated the San Francisco Giants,
4-2, and Cincinnati registered an
8-5 decision over Pittsburgh.
In the American League, the
Yankees topped the Orioles, 5-2;
the Tigers tripped the White Sox,
4-1, and the Senators edged the
Red Sox, 7-6. The first-place In In'
' In' diens and Athletics were not
scheduled.
Five Dodger errors helped the
Cubs to their victory at Los Ange AngeIes.
Ies. AngeIes. 'rhe Dodgers committed three
of their miscues in the fourth in inring
ring inring when the Cubs sent 12 men to
bat and scored eight runs. Bobby
Thomson collected three of Chica Chicago's
go's Chicago's nine hits and Earl Averill,
Jr., contributed a home run. Aloe
Drabowsky was the inning pitch pitcher
er pitcher and Danny McDevitt the loser.
Wilmer Mizell of the Cards
rotched his sixth straight victory
although Lindy McDaniel had to
bail him out in the ninth when
the Giants mounted their final
threat.
Hal Smith's two-run homer in
the eighth proved the payoff blow.
for St. Louis. Joe Cunningham al
so homered. Both blows came off
Jack Sanford, who suffered his
fifth loss against six victories.. Mi Mizell's
zell's Mizell's record now is 6-1.
Vada Pinson and Frank Robin Robinson
son Robinson each hit two homers in Cin Cincinnati's
cinnati's Cincinnati's victory over Pittsburgh.
The Pirates led 4-3 until the fifth
when both Pinson and Robinson
bit two-run homers. Bob Skinner
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NATIONAL LEAGUE Marlbor 71 Panama 65
furious all thru the game. High.. Detroit, 1:30 p.m.. CI veland vs
lightweight crown.
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Cid at 128 pounds.
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championship fight between Joe
Isthmus late for the beginning of is one of Panama's best basket basket,
, basket, Antonelli, Giants Brown and Paoli Rossi, 9:05 p.m. ,
, 6 2 .750
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,4I Elston, Cubs Thursday, June 4 San Fran-
3 1. .750 the Colon players and listened to season in 1958 because of a broken
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Mahe, Reds eisco vs Milwatikee, 1:30 p.m.
the game on radio while the play- fibula on the right foot. Ile drew Service Center Theatres TODAY!
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belled a pair of homers for Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. Reliever Bob Mabe notch notched
ed notched his third victory for the Reds
while Ronnie Kline suffered his
third setback,
Southpaw Whitey Ford scattered
eight hits in pitching the Yankees
to their first home victory over
the orioles this season.
Bill Skowron insured Ford's
fifth triumph of the season when
he singled home two runs off
loser Billy O'Dell in the fifth in inning
ning inning after Gene Wood ling tied
the score at 2-2 with a homer in
the third. Hector Lopez, making
his debut for the Yankees af after
ter after coming from the A's, col collected
lected collected two of their eight hits.
Al Kaline and Lott Berberet
each hit homers and Don Mossi
turned in a five-hit effort to pace
the Tigers to their victory over
the second-place White Sox.
Ka line and Berberet both con connected
nected connected with the bases empty in
the second inning off loser Bob
Shaw and the White Sox never
caught up. Mossi, credited with
his third triumph, held the Sox hit hitless
less hitless from the third inning until the
ninth.
President Eisenhower was among
a small crowd of 3,030 at Griffith
Stadium who saw a ninth-inning
sinde tiv newly-acquired Hal Na Naragon
ragon Naragon eive Washington its win ov over
er over Boston.
Naragon. obtained from Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland four days ago, delivered his
r',arne-winning single with the bases
loaded off loser Murray Wall af after
ter after Jackie Jensen belted a three threerun
run threerun homer in the top of the ninth
to tie the score.
Jensen's homer was his llth.
Harmon Killebrew smacked his
171h of the year for the Senators
and Jim T,emon his 12th. Pedro
Ramos nicked up his fifth victo victory
ry victory in relief.
Ernestito Hails
Lopez' Two-Hit
Yankee Debut
Panama's president, Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr., yesterday
sent liector Lopez a cable con congratulating
gratulating congratulating him on his perform performance
ance performance in his first game for the
New York Yankees.
The Panamanian infielder play played
ed played the entire game at third base,
collected a double and single
and drove in one of five Yankee
runs. The Yankees beat the
Baltimore Orioles, 5-2, for their
first win against the Orioles at
the Yankees Stadium in six
games this year.
The President's cable said:
"Congratulations on your bril brilliant
liant brilliant debut with New York Yan Yankees.'
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Directed by Richard Quine
Produced by Julian Balustein
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JOAN CRAWFORD in
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President's
Birthday Cage
Game Tonight

The President of the Republic
basketball classic, featuring the
star.studded "Veteranos de Pa Panama"
nama" Panama" vs. Los Guaracheros de
Colon" cage game, will get under underway
way underway tonight in the National Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium of Panama City, at 8.
The game is part of the birthday
celebration of President Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr., who has donated
a trophy that will be presented
to the winner of this annual cage
tilt.
The Republican Band of Panama
City will furnish music for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. The public is invited to at attend.
tend. attend. Admission will be Lree,
the gates will be opened from 6
p.m. to give the earlygoers a
chance to select good seats.
Ample parking space will also
be available for cars. A large dele
gation of Colon officials, sports.
men and civic leaders will accom accompany
pany accompany the Guarachero team over to
the Pacfiic side and pay their res respects
pects respects to the chief executive at the
blrthday party that will be held in
the Presidential Palace before the
game.
LEADING
HITTERS'
(Bawl on 110 official at bats)
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 41 176 34 76 .432
Burges, Pit 37 128 13 46 .359
Pinson, Cin. 43 178 37 60 .337
Mays, S.F. 43 173 39 58 .335
Logan, Mil. 42 146 20 48 .329
Temple, Cin. 43 176 32 57 .324
Cimoli, St. L. 42 167 27 54 .323
Bouchee, Phil. 41 152 23 49 .322
Cepeda, S.F. 42 165 29 53 .321
White, St. L. 38 123 20 39 .317
AMERICAN LEAGUE
G AB R H Pct.
Kuenn, Det. 33 132 17 49 .371
Fox, Chic. 41 167 23 60 .359
Ka line, Det. 40 162 22 56 .346
Kunnels, Bos. 40 152 26 50 .329
Maris, KC. 32 125 25 41 .328
Colavito, Cleve. 39 154 25 49 .318
Tuttle, WC. 36 115 20 36 .313
Mantle, N.Y. 33 125 24 39 .312
Aparicio, Chic. 41 162 31 49 .302
Wood ling, Balt. 38 113 15 34 .301
Runs Batted Tn
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron,Braves
Robinson, Reds
Mays, Giants
Pinson, Reds
45
45
44
36
36
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
37
31
30
30
29
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Demeter, Dodgers
Boyer, Cards
Cepeda, Giants
Mays, Giants
15
14
13
12
9
9
9
9
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Lemon, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Ka line, Tigers
Triandos, Orioles
Maris, Athletics
17
13
12
11
10
10
10
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 4 or more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct.
Face, Pirates 6 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.000
Mizell, Cards 6 1 .857
Burdette, Braves 8 2 .800
Antonelli, Giants 6 2 .750
Elston, Cubs 3 1 .750
Mahe, Reds 3 1 .750
AMERICAN LEAGUE
m, OrM les 7 0
r, Orioles 4 0
1, Yankees 4 0
h, Indians 5 I
White Sox 4 I
T. Senators 4 I
Wilhelm, Ori,o les
Walker, Orioles
Larsen, Yankees
McLish, Indians
Shaw, White Sox
Fischer, Senators
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Complimentary nightcap
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Juvenia Golf Tourney Fin. als
At Summit Hills Tomorrow

1959 Isthmian Amateur cham champion
pion champion Mary Chadwick will attempt
to add the 1959 Juvenia Watch
Tournament title to his list of vic victories
tories victories tomorrow morning, May
31, when he takes on Vince Lom Lombroia
broia Lombroia in the finals of the 1959 Ju--
venia Watch Tournament at the
Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club. Lombroia ans Chadwick
are scheduled to leave the No. 1
tee at 8:24 a.m.
Following Lombroia and Chad Chadwick
wick Chadwick down No. 1 fairway at 8:32
a. m. will be the Ladies Cham Championship
pionship Championship Match between Pearl
Trim and Ethel Perantie.
All matches are expected to be
completed by noon with buffet
luncheon being served and the
presentation of prices being made
at the time.
8:00 a.m. John Zelnich (Sum (Summit)
mit) (Summit) vs R. La Chapelle (Summit),
Third Flight.
8:08 a.m. B. DoHman (Amador)
vs H. R. Terry (Amador), Second
Flight.
8:16 a.m. Bill Beeson (Panama)
vs J. Kincaid (Panama), First
Flight.

Slow Start, Record Finish
Predicted For 500-Mile Race

By ED SAINSBURY
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 30
(UPI)--A slow start to beat death
and a record finish to defeat time
was the predicted pattern today
for auto racing's premier specta spectacle,
cle, spectacle, the 43rd 500 mile race.
About 175,000 avid fans were ex expected
pected expected to watch the annual Decora Decoration
tion Decoration Day test of men and motors
against heat. fatigue, exhaustion
and speed. The highest total of
prizes ever, more than $300,000,
was at stake, with the winner ex expected
pected expected to pick up more than $100,-
000.
Weather observers expected the
temperature to soar to a high and
humid 90 degrees, and heat takes
a toll of both machines and men.
Scattered showers also were fore forecast,
cast, forecast, but observers believed they
might hold off until the race ends,
probably shortly before 3 p.m.
The only guaranteed aspect of
the race was the slow start.
Track ownor Tony Holman and

Mar tb o r o, Cerveza Balboa
Win RP Basketball Games

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By HERBERT MOISE
1
Following a full schedule of two
games, the Colon Marlboro Ciga Cigarettes
rettes Cigarettes team is still sporting their
1.000 percentage average as they
outplayed their perennial victims
Cigarrillos Panama 71 to 65. in
the past five years, this Panama
team has been victorious only once
over the Fifi Tom coached team.
This victory was in 1955 after the
Colonites, then Chesterfield, had
clinched the title.
Cerveza Balboa also holds a
1.000 percentage mark as they
made their debut a winning effort
over La Europea 77-68.
No games sre scheduled in the
Panama District League as the
National Gym will be occupied for
a game between the Guaracheros
de Colon and the Panama Veterans
This is the annual affair that is
dedicated to the President of the
Republic of Panama on his birth birthday
day birthday which is today, May 30.
Marlboro 71 Panama 65
Starting with a skelston squad
of only five men, Fifi Tom care carefully
fully carefully led his Marlboro team to an
early and wide lead while his
Colon players came across the
Isthmus late for the beginning of
the contest. We made the trip with
the Colon players and listened to
the game on radio while the play players
ers players dressed for the game with
the bus in motion. All were dress dressed
ed dressed and ready when they reached
,the gym.
The five starters, Castanedas,
Agard, Checa, Andrade and Mon Montengro
tengro Montengro opened a wide lead forcing
the Panama team into several
"time out" calls with their blist
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8:24 a.m. Vince Lombroia (Sum (Summit)
mit) (Summit) vs Marvin Chadwick (Gam (Gamboa),
boa), (Gamboa), Championship Flight.
8:32 a.m. Pearl Trim (Summit)
vs Ethel Perantie (Gamboa), Wo Women's
men's Women's Championship.
8:40 a.m. Bel Dilfer (Panama)
vs Ruth Rigney (Panama), Wo Women's
men's Women's First Flight.
8:48 a.m. Malcolm Wheeler (A (Amador)
mador) (Amador) vs T. Melanson (Amador),
Fourth Flight,.
8:45 a.m. D. Rudy (Summit) vs
Bart Mallory Jr. (Amador), Fifth
Flight.

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M E N
Cho mpionahip Flight
Vince Lombrola (Summit) over
Jim Hinkle ( Panama ), 1 up.
Mary Chadwick (Gamboa ) over
Anibal Galindo (Brazos), 1 up.
First Flig lyt
Bill Beson (Panainat over Al
Saarinen (Panama), 4 add 3.
J. Kincaid (Panama over Bob
Collins (Summit), 3 and 2.
Skcond Flight
B. Dorfman (Amador) over Pete
chief steward Harland Piing ler
said the ace car wpould take the
field of 33 speedsters through
tho parade lap and pace lap at
a speed no higher than SS miles
per hour.
Thus the racers won't be on
their own until barely 100 yards
from the start when the pace car
leaves the track, and it was vir virtually
tually virtually impossible that they could
accelerate to the usual early pace
of more than 140 miles per hour
in only one two-and-one-half mile
la p.
In the past, the pace car has
run the field up to nearly 100 miles
per hour to get the pilots off to a
blistering beginning.
However, 18 of the 33 drivers
who qualified an average speed of
143.004 miles per hour, believed
the winner would set a new rec record
ord record to break the 135.601 mark by
Sam Hanks in winning in 1957.
Working against this will be the
heat, expected to be so severe on
ering speed. As the "cold' colon
entered the game, the lead dwind dwindled
led dwindled but first half time still had
the Colonites in the lead.
Durin the second half, Cig. Pa Panaa
naa Panaa made a strong surge and
pushed passed the red and white
Smokers for a three -point lead.
This lead vanished under pressure
from Castanedas, Roberto Taylor,
Andrade, Noel, Aiman and the
rest of the Marlboro team.
The contest at this point provid provided
ed provided excitement for the small crowd
on hand but as the Tom-led team
went ahead the expected arrived
and killed the tension and expect expectation
ation expectation of seeing Marlboro lose.
In the nightcap, Cerveza Balboa
using a 15-man squad ran ram rampant
pant rampant to quell a La Europea try
for the win column. Henry Whit Whittaker
taker Whittaker played a key role in this
Maltmen victory. In the game,
Chefo Echevarria, unveiled sev several
eral several new faces and all played cre creditable
ditable creditable ball.
Both teams played fa,st and
furious all thru the game. High Highlight
light Highlight of the contest was the seven seventime
time seventime tie between these very po popular
pular popular clubs.
Another high point was the re reappearance
appearance reappearance of Rombo Perez who
is one of Panama's best basket.
ball players. Perez was out all
season in 1958 because of a broken
fibula on the right foot. Ile drew
extended applauses as he made
his first field goal.
Sources close to the league re revealed
vealed revealed that I,a Europea -has pro protested
tested protested the gam. on the grounds
that Cerveza Balboa used more
than the regulation amount of Wav Wavers
ers Wavers during game, so the CB 77 to
68 victory is up for dispute.
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Hale (Davis), 1 up 20 holes.
H. R. Terry (Amador) over
Dale Bishop (Asnador), 1 up 19
holes.

Third Flight
John Zelnich (Summit) over
Nelson (Summit), 3 and 2.
R. LaChapelle (Summit) over
Bob Davis (Panama), 4 and 2.
Fourth Flight
Malcolm Wheeler (Amador) over
W. Swenseon (Panama), 4 and 2
T. Melanson (Amador) over T.
T. Donovan (Amador), 1 up.
Fifth Flight
D. Rudy (Summit) over H. L.
Anderson (Summit), 6 and 5.
Bart Mallory (Amador) over R.
D. Michel (Summit), 2 and 1
Womon
Championship Flight
Peal Trim (15) over Julia Har Hardin
din Hardin (17), 1 up 36 holes.
Ethel Perantle (11) over Louise
Jones (13), 2 up.
First Flight
Bev Differ (16) over Jay Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald (29), 7 and 5.
Ruth Rigney (32), over Doris
Leeser ( 32), 5 and 3.
tires that every ear will make at
least four pit stops.
No previous winner ever has
made more than three.
Even a spin by one car will
throw on the yellow light, under
which no car may improve its po position,
sition, position, and which slows The field
to well under 100 miles per hour,
thus making a record pace diffi difficult.
cult. difficult. Both Hulman and I" engler
stressed safety in their lecture to
the drivers yesterday in an ef effort
fort effort to prevent the need for a cau caution
tion caution flag. Fengler warned that a
reckless driver probably wouldn't
make it to the finish line to pick
up the top prize, and he said he'd
enforce every rule to be sure that
each driver will 'be on hand to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to pick up an award.
"if you don't behave, we'll
black flag you,' he warned. "if
you don't believe me, test me."
A black-flagged driver must
stop to confer with officials and
he is certain to lose a minimum
of one lap, often enough to lose
the race.
Even the slowest car In the
field, qualified at 141.215 miles per
hour by Jim McWithey, Anderson,
Ind., was far faster than Hanks'
record, and the fastest, ridden to
the pole position by Johnny Thom Thomson,
son, Thomson, Boyertown, Pa., turned the
10-mile qualification run at 145.908
miles per hour and set a new lap
record of 146.532.
Thomson was one of the favor favorites
ites favorites to win, along with defending
champion Jimmy Bryan, the 1956
winner, Pat Flaherty; Dick and
Jim Rathmann; Rodger Ward and
rookie Bobby Grim.
CIA Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
A lightweight championship fight
between Joe Brown and Paoli Ros Rossi
si Rossi highlights this week in sports
on the Caribbean Forces Network.
The schedule includes:
RADIO
Sunday, May 31 Philadelphia
vs Milwaukee, 1:30 p.m.
Monday, June 1 Cleveland vs
Detroit, 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 2 No game.
Wednesday, June 3 Baltimore
vs Chicago, 2 p.m. Lightweight
championship fight between Joe
Brown and Paoli Rossi, 9:05 p.m.
Thursday. June 4 San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco vs Milwaukee, 1:30 p.m.
TV
Saturday, May 30 Roller Der Derby,
by, Derby, 2 p.m. Brooklyn Red Devils
vs Los Angeles Braves; Bowling
Derby, 4 p.m. Doubles match
from Holiday Bowl in Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles between Lee Branowski and
Bob Carrillo vs Wanda Snidiler
and Wally Maier. Sports time, 5
p.m.
Sunday, May 31 Baseball, 3:15
p.m. Pittsburgh vs Philadelphia
(game of May 10).
Wednesday, June 3 Wednesday
Night Fight, 10 p.m.Sonny Liston
vs Cleveland; Williams, h e a y yweights
weights yweights from Miami Beach.
Thursday, June 4All-Star Golf,
7 p.m. Fight of the Week 10 p.m.
Bobby Boyd vs Holly Mims, mid middleweights.
dleweights. middleweights. ormem!mmmommmesteer
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Today's Games
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2)
Chicago at San Francisco
St. Louis et Los Angeles (N)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Philadelphia 202 000 100-5 fl 0
Milwaukee 040 000 101-6 13 0
Conley (2-2) and Sawatski.
Willey, Pizarro, McMahon (2-0)
and Crandall.
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 022 001 000-5 t
Cincinnati 201 040 01x-6 10 0
Kline (4-2), Williams, Smith,
Blackburn and Burgess.
Lawrence, Mabe (3-1), Acker,
Bailey.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 000 000 220-4 12 0
San Francisco 000 000 011-2 7 0
Mizell, McDaniel (9) and H.
Smith; Sanford, Jones (9), Worth Worthington
ington Worthington (9) and Schmidt. WP-Mizell
(6-1). LP-Sanford (6-5). HRS HRSCunningham
Cunningham HRSCunningham (2), H. Smith (6).
(Night Game)
Chicago 000 810 000-9 9 2
Los Angeles 001 003 000-4 10 5
Drabowsky, Henry (6) arid Av Averill;
erill; Averill; McDevitt, Fowler (4), Er Erskine
skine Erskine (4), Snyder (7), Klippstein
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Manhattan Kid, Reid Should Provide
Lots Of Action at Arena Tomorrow pm

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Undefeated flyweight champion man
Manhattan Kid goes after his 8th' 118 1
victory tomorrow night at the Co- are b
Ion Arena in a ten-rounder when makii
he faces bantamweight Ernesto Gen(
Reid, 'a fine young prospect who annot
in three pro fights owns a 2-1 rec.- 81.50;
ord. childr
The Kid, who like his Hval is
only 17 years old, is a fast-moving
stylish boxer with a bit of power r
besides. Reid also boxes well can
hit and is not afraid to stand up
and fight.
Ernesto proved his courage sev several
eral several weeks ago when he took all F
the punches slugger "Corazon de SAP
ter bi
Toro" Gonzales had to offer, while
outboxing the latter to gain a R. c.
unanimous, but close decision. contri
In their first meeting some' Forty
months before Gonzales had eked
out a split verdict, so Reid's tional
comp'
triumph evened the score between ing 0,
the youngsters. Fur should fly be between
tween between tomorrow's participants,
who have agreed to come in at CAI
117 pounds.
score
Another 10-rounder, which has da
been billed as a co-feature, pits "'
Staske
Tito Marshall against Jorge Quin- ,-
tero at a weight limit of 135 ". 1.111
finish
pounds.
In two encounters to far Mar- J"es
shall has been the victor by deci decision
sion decision on each occasion. Both lads, NE
are aspirants for Horacio Ottis
Grier
lightweight crown.
the card. Stanley Wilson, a win winTwo
Two winTwo four-round prelims complete
fourtt
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ner of four bouts in, as many ap- Glint
pearances, takes on Luis del Leap
Cid at 128 pounds. SeaS0
In the curtain raiser Recy Rea- injur3

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Also SHOWING SUNDAY?

COCO SOLO closed temporarily for installation
of Air Conditioning Equipment.

DIABLO HTS. Double Feature Program
7:00 "GUNSMORE IN TUCSON" and
"SADU AND THE MAGIC RING"
GAMBOA Victor Mature Hua
8:15 "CHINA DOLL"

GATUN
7:00
MARGARITA
7:00
PARAISO
7:00

SANTA CRUZ Jeffrey Hunter Nigel Patrick
7:00 "COITNT FIVE AND DIE"

CAMP BIERD Double Feature Program
7:00 "RAIDERS OF OLD CALIFORNIA' a
"THE LEATHENECKS HAVE LANDED"

SARGEANT

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American League ,.;
TEAMS W L Pct. 611
Claes. land 24 IS .6IS
Chicago 24 17 3115 I
B a !timer, 24 19 .55$ 2
Wa shington 21 23 .477 SI" 4
Kansas City 11 20 .474 512
Dotroit III n .430 614
Boston 17 23 .425 Poil
Nvs York 16 23 .410 II

Today's Games
Kansas City at Cleveland (2)
Detroit at Chicago (2)
Baltimore at Boston (2)
New York at Washington (2)
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 000 200 020-4 I 6
Chicago 010 000 000-1 5
Mossi (3-2) and Berberet.
Shaw (-1), Arias and Lollar.
Baltimore 101 000 000-1 I I
New York SOO 021 00x-5 1 1
Moak (34) and Berberat. :
Johnson, O'Dell (2-4) and Gins Ginsberg.
berg. Ginsberg. Ford (5-3) and Berra,
Boston 100 000 113-1111
Washington 202 010 101-1 14 1
Monbouquette, Hoeft, ly,
Wall (1-3) and Daley.
Fischer, Clevenger, Hyde, Stobbi
Ramos (5-5) and Naragon.
Only games scheduled.
USSERY TIES ARCARO
NEW YOB K(UPI)-- Bobby Mr
sery tied Eddie Arcaro for riding
leadership at Belmont Park The&
day by booting home four winners.
Ussery raised his meet total to 21
as he scored with Pantene, in a
record-tying 1:22 4-5 for sevet
furlongs on Truf, Hannibals Girt
Tea Dansant and Mad Streatk.
,
man engages ItolDerto del Cid M
118 pounds. The del Cids, whs
are brothers, and ltedman will bi,
making their debuts as pros.
General admission price has been
announced as $1, general ringside,
31.50; reserved ringside, $2, and
children and boxers, 30 cents.
Sports Briefs
n i
FRISCO SIGNS BACKS
SAN FRANCISCO (IIPI)--Quarter
back John Brodie and halfback
R. C. Owens today signed 195ft
contracts with the San Francisco
FortyNiners. Brodie led the :
tional Football League In past
completions last year by connect connecting
ing connecting on 103 of 172 tosses.
COM.. WINS STAKES
CAMDEN, N.J. (UPI) --Cobol
scored a two-length victory Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in the S29,125 Betsy Row. q
Stakes for three-year-old fillies at
Garden State Park. Miss Soya
finished a head in front of Shirley
Jones tor second place.
Jones 'or secona place.
GIANTS SIGN GRIER
NEW YORK (UPI) Roosevelt'
Grier, a 6-5, 275-pound defensivii
tackle, has signed to play for his4
fourth season with the New York!
Glints of the National Football
League. Grier's activities last
season were hampered by an arm
injury.
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GIG YOUNG GIA SCALA
In Cinema Scope

Victor Mature Leo Genn
"TANK FORCE" in Cinema Scope!
Esther Williams Jeff Chandier
"RAW WIND IN EDEN"
In Cinema Scope and Color

Double Feature Program
"WINGS OF DANGER" and
"SHAKE, RATTI,E AND ROCK"

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fellowship.
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Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
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fluty Day Masson 0:016 $:011 11:00 161
and 2:00 gm.
Conical beet Saturday, 210 ,to $:00
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First Srlday; 7:00 to COO pm,
Itireculoue Medal Novena: IMO pm
on Mondays
Catachisto Mew OM Ste IMO Imam
on Simday.
High Schad Study Club 1:Kl p.m or
Wednesday.
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p.m
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7:15 to 11:00 pm. Thursday before Ittrai
Friday 7:00 P.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions I:00 La. or
Fridays.
Catechism Clam 11:31 4:411 pas. co
rhursdaY
OHS LAD! OP FATIMACarundo
Sunday Masa at COO a.m.
Holy Day Maga at 11:30 p.m.
Contagions: COO to CM pm. on Sat Saturday
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Sunday Mamma at 7:00 and 6:10
Holy Day Manta at 6:00 pms
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6:30 to 7:30.
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Miraculoua Medal Novenal 1:00 p.m
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Sunday Mamas: 8:00 and 8:30 a.m.
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IrridaY 1:30 imn
Miraculous Medal Novetts and Sta
tions of the Cross:- "tidily 110 p.m
Catechism Class: After II:30 mass on
Sunday
Thursday
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Confessions: 8:00 to 110 cm. Stmday.
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Sunday Masseat 6:30 and 6:30 crat
Wash Days Mass: 6:30 Montt Thurs
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Holy Day gamest 6:00 atm. to 6:00
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MOO pm on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novenas friday 1:00
Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
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Sunday Mass: 7.t00 a.m.
Holy Day Maas: 5:30 p.rn.
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Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
CateehilIM Class: 3:15 p.m. on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday
Convert Clam 6:30 pin. en Thursday
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Sunday Masses: 5:45, 8:00 and 9:15 a.m.
Holy Day Manes: 5:45 and 8:00 am
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to II:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 P.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
6115 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena; Fridiy 1:15 OM
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Clamp: 7:15 p.m on Mondays
and Thursdarl
Catechism Class; Sunday 10:15 am. to
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First FridayExposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
aan. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions Us our Lady
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First Communion Instructions tor chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
7:00 pan.
MIRACULOUS MEDALCristbal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 LTA.
Holy .Day Masses: 6:00. a:00 a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
Confession: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
1:00 to 8:00 pm. After Rofutry each eve eveIllaraculous
Illaraculous eveIllaraculous Medal, NOV01111 3:15 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechiam Clam: After MOO Masa on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
That Saturday: Maas at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCIR In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9:30. 1.1:30 is.co
First Saturday Mass: 6:00 a.m.
Weekday Mame': 3:00 a.m.
Saturday 7:00 p.m. ti3 II:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal kinvens 7:00 pm
Holy Day Masses 7:30 a.m. 535 p.m
Contemion 3:45 p.m. to .4:45 p.m
every Monday
Parish Family Rnsary and
Benediction 1:00 am
every Wednesday
Discussion inquiry Group 1:30 Dm.
avery Friday.
1st. Friday Devotions 7:00
1st Saturday Devotions 1:00 p.m.
ST. VINCENTSItainhow City
Sunday Maosect: 6:30 a m and COO
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 cm and I:00
0 In.
Confossiono: 4:00 to II:00 and 1130 to
S:00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Clam: 10:43 a.m. on Sundky
Cmivert Clawevery Monday at 1:00
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Miraculous bledai NOVOTIS1 1:00 p.m
on Tuesday
SMergto lieart Nwrettat 1:00 pm. on
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Sundav Mom. SAS u.m
Holy Day Masa: IRO OM.
Contentions: I:30 to 7:00 Om gin Sett
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Cutechlom Clam' 4.00 Dm nn Monday
OUR LADS OF GOOD COVNIM
Gamboa
Sunday Mimeo. 7:00 and 010
Holy Day Mamelt. COO chi and 1:00
Ojit
Contausions Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and
atter all evening davotitsta.
Baptism' by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Normal 7:00 pm
on Tuesday..
Sacred Hmrt 1:00 pm et
Friday.
Sunday chool: 7:70 p.m. on Pundit,.
eligious htstruction Class tor Chit
drink. 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction tor adults (Con
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11:00 M ko di MAdonor, Pratelt
COCOU
alma oi, ot. Androw
The- kos W Said
Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS
,
Holy Conununior ISO am
Family Prayer and
Church School 9:30 am
(Mao Holy Communion Ind.
Morning Prayor & Seinen 11.00 cat
'Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Conununion 9:00 am
COSOZAL
Chapel of The ttood Shophec1
The Rev Clarence W. Bay's,
Pried he Chino
FRIDAYS
COO a.m. MorMng Prayer.
(11.C. first ,Friday oath, Month).
GAMBOA
111. Sinion's Church
rho Rev, John Spoor Priest in Ch'af110
Choral Euchariet and Ser
SUNDAYS
mon r:00 a.m
Church Schaal 1:00 Om
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm.
Evensong and Sermon 1:00 pm
MONDAYS. TUESDAY&
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 1:00 2.m
Evening Prayer 1:00 P.m
Woman's Auxiliary. and and
WEDNESDAYS a THuRaDaYs
Holy Communion 1:00 am
Morning Prayer 1:00 0.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 PM
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharirt 1:30 cm
Office of Compline 9:00 p.m
- LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spoor. Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer and Churen
School 1:00 am
MOD 10:30 am
Confirmation ChM 140 am
Choral Eucharist and ler lerHwy
Hwy lerHwy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and AddrOse :30
3rd MONDAYS
Woman'a Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Comntunion 1:00 am.
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L B. Shirley. Priest in Charge
THURSDA YS
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espav and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 M Min Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
the month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 11.11ri Holy Communion.
PARAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wen
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A. Osborne.
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAY!:
D:00 Chccal Eucharist & SerMOD
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 nut. Church Schot1
1:00 D.m. Youth Fellowship
7 00 -Int. Evensong and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
4.30 pin Woman's Auxiliary and Ai.
tar Guild Meeting.
'PANAMA cm
St Paul's Chinch
The ecx Lemuei B. Reefer
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Ant.
St 4hILA,,.
6:00 cm. Holy Commution
9'00 am Sung Eucharist & Sermon
10:45 a m Morning Prayer and Church
School
12:00 noel Holy Baptism
'POO han. Solemn Viewers
(hem tr Building 131)
TUICSIJAYR
8:30 cm Holy Comniunion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 cu Holy GomMUIDOD
7:00 ton,. Evening Prayer
ritURsDAYI, AND FRIDAYS
8:30 t m Bob Communion
HOLY DAYS
8'00 0.01: Holg Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Coln. R.P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer. Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
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SUNDAY
. 8:06 a.m. Hot) Communion
7;30 p.rn, Solemn Evensong & Sermon
8:30 am. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral.Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
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MONDAY. TUESDAY & THURSDAY
0:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 am. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
- 5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:30 p.m. Evening Prayer lit Address
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FRIDAY
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist
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SATURDAY
5:40 am. Morning Prayer
01:00 a.m. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 pm. Officeoof Compline.
BIO ABAJD
IL Christopher's Church
10th Street, Pardue LAMM'
The Rev Clarence W Huss.
Priest In Charge
Tbe Rev., Chromes 4. Cragwen.
Amlatant
SUNDAYS
8:00 am. Holy Coininunion.
, 1:30 a,m Sung Eucharist sad Bruton
10:30 am Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
(1:30 p.m. Evensong and Berme&
MONDAYS
1:30 Om aLirrd grd. Woman's Auld.
rutsnAirs
8:30 DM JuntOT Daughters el the
King.
7;30 p.m Youth Fellowahip.
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 KM Holy Conumualosi

11N sae troning Prove find Religious
Instruction&
THURSDAYS
so.se Girisr Friendly Society.
I AO gee 1st and Std. lingoisme.
SATURDAYS
Sle La Junior ConBrmation Close

Othet Churches
,. CHURCH OF Ilia 94AZAlang
' 444 frangipani St. Aaron. C.Z.
See. Slam 0 Nelms. tester
. Sha SO? Balboa. C.Z. Tel 3-1402
Sunday School 9:46 a.m.
Worship Service ... 10:46 cm
Youth Service 0:46 Om
Svangelistic Service 1:00 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 1:141 p m
fm0Mmedb
tomma a...No, A.m.
KETHODISTwoll
"IS": rol.r.c:tnrlay Sect.001.
7:111 fun. Svanattical Sande
and Sermon.
Sunday 7 a.m. Persian oot
" 10 a.m. Parana; lundar Ich
t:15 Paraba Svanaelical
Sarvias.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. 19u2-4 s.m. Iv. Victor
John Watson 1 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Lovnii.
MMulay. Oct. 20th-6:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
P.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday. OcL 21st-7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. Ling.
Friday 7;30 p.m.Choir Practice.
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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mount Hope. Canal Zona
intros. trom Mt. Hope Station)
Rev. Ralph Hyaena, Pastor
Sox 0010 Margarita, C.Z.
Phone 3-2470
Sunday School d 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Sorvies 7:20 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wed. 7:30 p.m.
IMPMillEMINonamon
NATIONAL SAPTIST MOWS
Panama 23rd Street Sam
itav I. 'N. Minima Minister
Divine Worship 0:30
Sunday Sehool 2:00 p.m
Sunday Matinee 1. 1:45 11:45
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Rio Anal, R.P.
Ounday School 3:00 p.m
JIROVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sunciar, at 4:00 pm Wirt Memorial
800 Balboa Road Balboa.
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caukca OF JESUS CMUST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mor Mon)
Chapel On Balboa Road
Primthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 sm.
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 41:00
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 1:30 pm.
Primal; Thursday COO p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
' Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Getun
SundaY School. Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 am.
CUISUNDI7 PROMTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church
Milton IL Laidig, Minister
Phone- Rea 83-711$ 01. 83-5105
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
(A class tor ovary age)
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Youth Followship 0:00 p.m
ravening Worship 1:00 p.m
Prayer and Praia (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in providad.
CATWOLIC CSUltell
St. Saphael Tim &Mongol
UM St. West tio.
Moly tuchartat! Sunday 1 SC SAL
ruesdayn Wedneadays and Thunder,
410 a.m.
Sacrament et Unction llimatne Ser.
vice) Finn Sunday el men month al
730 gm.
Mmmilloop
Mom DOW- MINI Climb
Panaini IL P.
At Rev T. eagles. D. D. lithog
Mandist&
Morning devotion I:00 a.m
Fellowship Worship It :00 a.m.
Sundai School SA p.m.
CBRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and Arosemena, Co In
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Bible Lecture I:30 p.m.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Clan 1;30 p.m.
MEMMM,....
11211AES awns
114 First Street
Urbanizacin Carman. Ponanti City
' intormat Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 100
Colon, Sth is tntnt Streets
(upstairs American Samar)
Study Claims Thursdays. 1 20 p.m
BM MISSION CRUSCIS
Sipa lain St., Parabo, C.Z.
Rev Waidaba 111. Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Sondes.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
1:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 1:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 1:210 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: COO Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday: 1;30 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. CHURCH Of CHRIST
13th & Bolivar Ave., Cristbbal,
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE Of SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Classes 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship and
Communion 11:00 a.M.
Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Herald of Truth
HOK S:45 10:15
Mid-Week Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
questions and Answers 11:45 S:15
HOK. Coln.
You will receive a warm, welcome at
each of our services.
CHURCH OF GOD
Foreign Mission Dept. Heicitra.:
Cleveland. Tennessee
CHURCH OF GOOBalboat C.7.
Wire Memoria Bldg.
806 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamboa 428
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 8:30 p.m
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Parable, C.Z.
No. 4 Parolee Road
'information: Phone Persists 633
Sunday Service 11:00 cm.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Rio Simi Pini.
15th Street, Parque Letevre
Sunday Service 11:00 a m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Pmi.
No. 4-144, 27th Street
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:30 cm,
Evangelistic 7:30 Pm
CHURCH OP GOD Gatuncillo. Pmi.
Trans Isthmian Highway. Gatuncillo
Sunday School and
Morning Servica 11:00 a.M.
Evangelistic ................. 7:00 I,m
CHURCH OP GOD Santa Rita, Pint.
Trans Isthmian Highway, Santa Rita
Sunday School and
Morning Service 12 WW1
:.vancellatic 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH or GOD Cattail, Panami
Tranalathmian Highway, Cativa
Sunday SC11001 and
Morning Servite 11:00 in.
tvangellatie 7:00 p.m.
CMhUSCH 011' GOD Collett. Panama
eth Street near Melendez Ave.
Sunday Sehool and
Morning Service 10:00 a.m
Lennie Retie I:09 p.m

COMMUNITY CORM
Diablo Heights. C.Zh
Omar Diablo school)
Bev. Carl O. Thioaspoon.
Box 39. Diablo Heights C.79.
, Phases; Boats, GamMia
Church Balboa 4211
Sunday Sektom A000 a.m.
WorWlp &reit 110 am
Youth ServIct 1:60
Evangelistic Ureic I:30 p.m
Wednesday: Bible Study
and PrAYST Service ,,,,, 010 p at

Lutheran a
ISDFEMES LUTIISSAS (111.11ICII
Balboa Said at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gatwick. Paster
PAX Box 866, Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Clan 1 ame.
Divitn Service 10:16 ant
Holy Communion. first Sunday ol'ihe
month.
Atlantic Bide BideCore
Core BideCore Sole Chapel
Mc. Frederick S. Slick. Vicar
Divine Servica 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Stmday of tha
A
month.
Jewish
JO Vila Welfare tioard Sid. lt2-2 La
Soca aosti Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Sather
Within Director.
Beryls frioay. 120 past Satimnal
Sal am
iSee a.m. Mingo et Jewish eervicr
under Poole limes and Stational.
Congremmor Kol Shearith Imam. Ave.
Mee Ceiba and Seth Street. Sella Vilna
Pename City Service'. 1:00 p.m
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDS
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior ChurchSunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10 :00
Church-time N ursery School 10 :00
Felk)wship Hour 11 :00
FORT KOBBZ
Sunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth Fellowship 6 :30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School 9 :30
Morning Worship 11 :00
(Holy Communion First Stm Stmday
day Stmday of Month )
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126 ) 06
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth FellowshipSunday 7 :00
ALBROOK AIR MRCS BASZ
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30 & 10 :45
Youth Fellowship, 6 :30
Adult Sibis ClassMonday 7 :30
Young People's InstruCtion
Tuesday 6:30
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9 ;00
' (Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month
Calls lie
FORT AMADOR
Daily Moss 4:15
Sunday MIMS 8:30 & 11 :30
Confessions Saturday 6 :30
FORT SORBS
Daily Man 6;15
Sunday Masan 8:00. 9:15 & 11:45
Confessions Saturday 6:00 & 7 :30
Catechism ClassWednesday 4 :06
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass .9:30
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass 6:00
Saturday Masa 7 :00
Sunday Mass 8:30
Confessions Saturday 7:00 II:00
COROZAL
Sunday Mass 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Maas 6 :00
Saturday Man 7 :00
Sunday Masses 7:45 & 12:00
Sunday Mass ( Spanish) 7 :00
Novena Services Tuesday 7 :00
Confessions Saturday 7:00
Jewish
Fort Robb Saturday
USO-JWS, BalboaFriday
Albrook Air Force Saturday
DSO-JWS, BalboaSaturday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Pr (gegen(
FORT GULICK
Sunday Sahool
Morning Worship
Coffee Cali
Church Nursery
2:00
7:30
4:00
5 :30
9:30
10:45
10:30
10:30
Catholic
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Saturday Masa
Sunday Masses
Coutes' Ions Saturday
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
4 :30
11:30
8:30 & 9:30
12:00 12:30
6 :30 7:30
7:15
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all churcbee
as follows:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 am.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7 t.30 p.m
Pacific Side Panama
Patitor VII. Archbold Tel. 28-3-3890
Cabo Nere, Ave. J.F. de la Ossa No.
17.
Chorrillo. -- 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St.. between 3r
and 4th SW.
Rio Abajo Ilth St. No. 27
- Gamboa snd Frijoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 11-580
Pastor ,A. A. Gri7Zie Tel. 0-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncada Tel. 28-3-
6175
Panama, Calle Darien No. 3.
Pedregal & Nuevo Gtorare.
Atlantic Side
Paator G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal English 111th & Bolivar
Ave.
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish leth & Bolivar
Ave.
Central Office
0844 Gavilan Road. Balboa Tel.
2-1859 & 2-3531.
Army Service Award
Presented To Eight
One hundred and sixty-three
years of government service were
representM at an awards ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony in U.S. Army Caribbean
Chemical Section Col. Joseph F.
Escudo, chemical officer, pre presented
sented presented length of service awards
to eight employes who were re recognized
cognized recognized by Department of the
Army, for their federal service.
Those who received the em emblems
blems emblems were: Stanley Morgan, for
28 years of employment; Albert
Morrison, 27; Mrs. Dorothy Bar Barbour,
bour, Barbour, 25; Joseph Murray, 23; Mrs.
Norine Sanchez, 20; Cecil Hunt,
19; Mrs. Estelle Young, 11 and
Mrs. Elsie Woodruff, 10.
Morgan also was presented vitt
a certificate of membership in
the "500,Hour Club," signifying
accumulation of that much sick
leave

IPS DipicirOts In Latin America Worry':
. Over Lack Of Stable Coffee Pricii,i'd

By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, May 29 U.S.
diplomats in Latin America are as
Much worried over the mounting
stockpiles of coffee as Ezra Taft
Benson is over his, huge supplies
of wheat.
What concerns themjs Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's failure.to. heed mounting Latin-American
demands for a coffee-price
stabilization agreement;
plus abandonment of our official
subsidies to domestic cotton ex exporters.
porters. exporters. Chronic fluctuation in U.S. prices
for green coffee has raised havoc
with the economies of half a dozen
countries aouth of the border. Es Especially
pecially Especially Lard hit right now are
four Central American republics
Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicara Nicaragua
gua Nicaragua and Costa Rica.
In those countries, a serious re recession
cession recession has set in as the result of
stiady decline over the past year
in their income from coffee crops.
Also sharply affected are the eco economics
nomics economics of Brazil and Colombia
where democratic regimes must
battle both runaway inflation and
the Communist-inspired unrest it
makes possible.
Bob Hill, U.S. Ambassador to
Mexico, is outspoken in his fear
that the do-nothing attitude on this
vital question may soon create an another
other another real crisis in relations with
tur southern neighbors.
"We should be taking the lead
in seeking a world-wide stabiliza stabilization
tion stabilization agreement," Hill told col colleagues
leagues colleagues during a recent visit to
Washington. "It can't work unless
African and Asian coffee produc producers
ers producers are brought in too, and we're
probably the only ones who could
1 persuade them.'
John Moors Cabot, the veteran
career man now slated to become
our Ambassador in Rio de Janei Janeirc,
rc, Janeirc, instead of Clare Boothe Luce,
feels much the same way about it.
In moving from his present post
in Colombia, he confided to a
friend not long ago, "I'll have to
deal with the same major issue
what about coffee priceson an
even larger scale. And there will
still be no satisfactory answer, it
seems.'
A top Brazilian Economist, J.
B, S. Hafers, who heads the Pan PanAmerican
American PanAmerican Coffee Bureau, has been
waging a one-man campaign a around
round around the II.S. to enlist support
from American coffee roasters and
WESLEY H. TOWNSEND
ROBERT L. THOMPSON
cout Loaders
To Take Courso
Two of the Camp Chagres Boy
cout camp will start an intensive
one-week course for Scout leaders
in Mississippi on May 31.
They are Robert L. Thompson
of Balboa and Wesley H. Town Townsend
send Townsend also of Balboa.
They are receiving training at
Camp Yocona at Pontotec, Miss.,
which is operated by the National
Boy Scout Council.
Thompson, chairman of the
Troop 20 troop committee and a
scouter for more than 35 years,
will be director of activities at the
summer session of Camp Chagres.
He is taking a special course in
Cmp management. a
Townsend, currently advisor of
Post 3, Balboa, will conduct camp
craft activities and general pro programing
graming programing at Chagres. He Is taking
special training in these fields at
the Mississippi camp.
Camp Chagres, the name re recently
cently recently selected for the new water waterfront
front waterfront Scout catho on Madden Lake
will conduct its first summer
camp period starting June 28.

distributors for a global price a--
ireement.
Speaking to a west coast mar-
keters' association the other day,
Hafers warned:
"The coffee surplus today is so
peat that if the law of supply and
demand is allowed to operate un-
checked, disaster will overtake us
allwe in the producing countries
and you in the coffee, industry
here.

"I cannot insist too strongly that
stabilliation is essential not only
to the coffee-exporting world but
to free world commerce as
whole."
Mexico and Peru are the c.oun c.ountries
tries c.ountries clamoring loudest for an end
to the U.S. policy of subsidizing
cotton exports. Fot both nations,.
cotton is a prime cash crop.
The problem was a chief topic
of conversation when Eisenhower
and Mexican President Lopez Ma Mateos
teos Mateos met in Acapulco last Februa
AFTERNOON TEA
an enjoyable social hour
for men and women

NIGHTLY DINING and DANCING
in the elegant air-conditioned
BELLA VISTA ROOM
with Clarence Martin's Orchestra
and
Popular Tahitian Singer MAEVA
2 shows nightly, except Monday.

The friendly people who wer
shlp here will gladly welcome
you in these services.
END YOUR SEARCH

8:20 & 10:40-"SAVED TO SERVE"

Silvation is more than a means of escape it is God's plan of
pUtting his children to work for his kingdom Rev. Elton Vickers
preaching.

CHILDREN'S CHAPEL Robert Snyder
9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for every age)
One third of the Great Commisslon in "teaching all Miner
is our purpuse to teach the whole Council of God, not just certain
agreeable doctrines. All classes and departments are in operation
ail summerwe'd like to introduce YOU to our echool this Sunday.
6:30BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Trained church members are useful people in God's service. there therefore
fore therefore adults as well as the youth find enjoyable activity here.
:30"FINAL DESTINY"

The book of Revelation points to the final destiny of both Chris Christian
tian Christian and non-Christian. Don't miss the final chapters in RevelsVon.

YOUTH CHOIR
VACATION BIBLE
The
and
Is

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9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL THE FAMILY
You can never know enough of God's Word! Here you
will find a place to meet with others in study and discus discussion.
sion. discussion. Classes for every age groupA welcome awaits you
here in a friendly church.
I :00--"THE POISE OF A CHRISTIAN"
The maturity of the life of Paul in difficult situations
is an example for you today. His poise was the life of
Christ in him and prayer. Read Philippians 1 and hear
this third message from the book. You need this poise
in your life.
6:00JET CADETS and HIOH SCHOOL
7:00"THE PLEA FOR CIOD'S PEOPLE"
In this fourth message we see the need for every
believer in this worla. What, k nd a ,itut co Jtu v ving
ing ving to a world. Are you afraid? Are you ready to safer
for Him? Pray for this service and bring your friends to
hear His Word.
V. 8. S. JUNE 8-19 9:00-11:30
Crafts Bible Study Recreation Stories
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ty. Ile assured his lost then that
be would order an exhaustive Vie
view of the subsidy program.
Lopez Mateos passed this word
along privately to the government;
of Peru and several other cottonl
producing countries in Latin .k
merica, but so far Eisenhower
has made no move to f o 11 o w
through on his promise

Dulles' Life Story
Set On CFN-TV
Tomorrow At 6:30
Highlights of the life of the late
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles will be shown over ON ONTV
TV ONTV at 6:30 p.m.
The presentation, compiled by
the National Broadcasting Com Compally,
pally, Compally, follows Mr. Dulles from
child-hood to his last trip to Wel Welter
ter Welter Reed Army Hospital.
in the South patio
Mondays and Fridays
5 -7 p.m. $1.00 person
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CIIMCH
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Elton F Vickers. Met Panto,
RADIO OUTLETHOICO. 70 KC
Alia Preach Christ
Crucified Risen Coming Agate
Listen to "Manna In 'nut Morning"
Dolly 11:00 a.m. KOKO
FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH
Joe Springer, soloist
SCHOOL Juno 5 19

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dignity NOW and for eternity
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INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Pklia a) CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOUROES PHARMACY-181 L Carrasauilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-piinrLni.
piinrLni. LOM-piinrLni. s, . Mnnimmi-Jti. of J.l. A v. A J 8L LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 F ARMARIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
. rARMACIA LUX 1M Central Ave. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee. d la Owe Ave. No. 4J FOTO DOMY Juslo AreseaKiu Ave. and JJ St. FAR
MACIA VAN PER Jia Ml Street no. N FAKIMACIA ex. an i ubiw-w Ltimr i iitiv o i "u""?v"
Beside Bella Vtota Theatre and Branch at 'Minimi Super Market en Via EspaB colon urriCE: ism ana Amaapr uuereer ne. iea Tel.

Resorts

Ccnell Bliss' privet Guest Hout
Santa Clara Beach . Modern
. convenience! . New tun deck...
"Playground with barbecue, bad badminton,
minton, badminton, ping-pong, archery, etc.
Accommodate 8. Navy 3812.
PHILLIPS Oeeeneid Certages
Santa Clara d P. Mioii P P-n.ma
n.ma P-n.ma S-II77 Cristobal J-I7J.
Fetter cortaoai. bptween Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. Naw low
ratal. Phono Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furniihad chalet 3
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, bar, kitchen, patio, com completely
pletely completely a I r-conditioned, "f
treet Cangrejo No. 10. For in information
formation information call 3-4619 during
office houn.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet,
porch, office, 2 bathroomt.
maid'i room, garage, large space
for play ground, Campo Alegro,
$200.00. Phone 3-1184.
FOR SALE: Completely furnith furnith-adf
adf furnith-adf concrete home (chalet) 2
bedroomi. hot water, extra large
porch. Road facing Paitilla Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Call 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Furniihad chalet
living-dining room, 3 bedroomi,
maid's room, garage. For infor information
mation information call Tel. 3-4641.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters;
three bedrooms; fully furnished;
from mid-lune to mid-September.
Balboa 3079.
FOR RENT: Vacation house at
EL VALLE, 2 bedroom chalet. 2 2-large
large 2-large porches, parlor, dfiningroom,
kitchen, garage, screened, tiled.
Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT: uly and Auiuit
beautiful and comfortable 3 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, 2 bathroom house at rea-
tonable price to reliable person
2Q minutes from city. Tel. Las
' Ciimbres 2787, 7 a.m. noon or 6
FOR RENT: Chalet Duplex
Carretera Transistima No. 9 bau bau-tiful,
tiful, bau-tiful, surroundings. Vallarino's
place.
Commercial Sites
FOR, RENT: J16.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be between
tween between Automobile Row and Fran- -gipani
Street, close to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
Do you need a luxurious, spacious
or email sit in the best com commercial
mercial commercial sector? Call telephon 3 3-1137.
1137. 3-1137. From 7:00 to 12:00 neon
nd 1 :00 to 4:30 p.m.
Special Offers
WANTED: Office man. bilin bilingual,
gual, bilingual, knowledge of accounting!
Experience. SELECCION DE PER PERSONAL,
SONAL, PERSONAL, Peikard's Building Tel.
2-2737 and 2-0451.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: Pekingese dog.
Anyone knowing where one mey
bo located please contact Mrs.
Davenport, 86-7105.
DULLES BOULEVARD NAMED
LAFAYETTE, La. (UPI) A
new boulevard will be named in
honor of the late John Foster
Dulles, it was announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. TO REPAIR BRIDGE
FLORENCE, Italy (UPI) Work Workers
ers Workers have started a general
overhaul and reinforcing of the
picturesque shop-lined Ponte Vec Vec-chio
chio Vec-chio (Old Bridge across the Arno
River. The bridge dates back to
13B2 and is a major tourist attraction.

ommeraa

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General A rent
Gibraltar Life Ina. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Friday
M a.m. t 12:00
2:00 p.m. t 1:00
Saturday: 0:00 a.m. to 12:00
Listen To
The OAS
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(Record Show
12:30 p.m.
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Every Sunday

Apartments

FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc. Cangrejo, 78 Via Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, Call Tel. 3-2052.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom house for six
months, starting May 25, nice
neighborhood, 95th St. No. 43
SI 85.00. Tel. 3-4994 office
hours.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama 3 3-4946.
4946. 3-4946. After hours 3-6737.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished one room apartment with
bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot
wafer, new furniture. Call 3-
1789.
FOR RENT: In El Cangrejo, one
bedroom apartment, with large
living-dining, porch, kitchen,
laundry, garage, all screened.
Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Furnished Apt. 3
rooms, kitchen, bath. 7036. 4th
St. Central and Melendez, Colon.
FOR RENT: 2 room apartment
$25.00 and $26.50, II Street;
room $15.00, 16 Street Rio A A-bijo;
bijo; A-bijo; room $12.00, 12 Street San
Francisco; 3 -room house Chili Chili-brer
brer Chili-brer $10.00. Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT: In El Cangrejo, 2
bedroom apartment, comfortable,
furnished. Hot water, garage,
big yard. $140.00 3-3839.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished one room apartment with
bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot
water, new furniture. $85.00.
Call 3-1789.
Hospitals Trying
New Technique:
Poison For Cancers
DENVER (UPI) Several hos hospitals
pitals hospitals across thp country are test
ing a new medical technique for
killing isolated cancers with poi poison.
son. poison. The technique was described by
Dr. J. J. Griffitts Miami blood
specialist during a recent post postgraduate;
graduate; postgraduate; course at the University
of Colorado School of Medicine.
Griffitts described the method
this way: If a cancer or tumor is
located in a patient's arm or leg
or an organ and hasn't spread
into the system his blood can be
routed around the cancer which
is tnen treated with a profusion
of poisons which may kill the
growth.
Griffitts said the potential of
the cancer treatment technique is
"great" on the baasis of initial
tests.
in
A neighbor is o wrsnn wk
your garden tools stoy in his ga garage
rage garage for months but sends your
kids home every night. e
FOR RENT
Uo to 2200 Sq. Ft. of modern
office space on second floor
of new "ELGA" Building,
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espana on 46th block
ELGA, S.A.

Advertise in this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
low Rates up to se Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile How
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
ANTI-REGIMISTS SEIZED
MADRID (UPI
government was
arrested at least
in the last week
on anti regime
sources said yesl
I The Spanish
reported to have
II persons with within
in within a crackdown
elements. In In-erday
erday In-erday that most
of those arrested
with the illegal
ment in Spain.
were connected
Socialist move

Automobiles

FOR SALE :-r-1951 Fore sedan,
very good. Phone Balboa 2-3692.
FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford, excellent condition
with automatic tranimiseigo,
power steering, etc. 1956 Poo Poo-tiac
tiac Poo-tiac 6 passenger, station wagon,
automatic transmission, power
steering, other extras. Call Cu Cu-rundu,
rundu, Cu-rundu, 4198.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission. Leaving; for
State:, duty paid. 3-0279, Pa-
FOR SALE: 1958 Fordor Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 6, standard shift, 11.000
miles. Telephone 6-170 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: On owner, 1955
Mercury Montclair, sport coupe,
two tone, white and green, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, wsw tires,
radio, heater, in excellent con condition,
dition, condition, throughout $1350. call
Balboa 3472 between 4:30
6:00.
FOR SALE: 1951 Rambler
station wagon $225, Balboa,
6326.
FOR SALE: 1959 Fiat 1100.
Excellent condition $250.00 for
my equity 08-354.
FOR SALE: 1959 Ford 4 door.
Deluxe 300, blue and white
styltone paint, radio and heater,
V 8, low miles, like new $2300.
2-1629.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
station wagon, standard shift, 6
ply tires, undercoated. Phone 83-
5220.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
sedan, $950. E. B. Parker 225-D
Coco Solo. Tel. 36-472.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fordor,
V-8, Fordomatic, with radio,
new tires. Call Kobbe 84-8143.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Star
Chief 4 door sedan, hydramatic.
Excellent condition, less than
36,000 miles. Original owner.
Qtrs. Ill, Albrook, phone 86 86-4144.
4144. 86-4144. FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac hy hydramatic,
dramatic, hydramatic, radio, heater and' other
extras, one owner, phone Quarry
Htt. 4276.
FOR SALE: 1953 MG Roadster
TD1, Mark II. New top, side win windows,
dows, windows, nice condition. Phon Bar Barret,
ret, Barret, 3-0703, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 2
doer sedan, powerglide. Excellent
condition. Original owner, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2488.
FOR SALE: 1956 perfect (En.
glish Ford), excellent condition.
Balboa 2-4434. 509 1-B. Parson
St., Diablo.
FOR SALE: MG-57 green con.
vertibto, radio, whit tires. See
it, Pasadena Station (Transist (Transist-mica)
mica) (Transist-mica)
FOR SALE: 55 Chevrolet 2
door, radio, hydromatic, 2 tone,
excellent condition. Call Balboa
1835.
;THE STRANGEST -Enough
to frighten any mother is the
strange headgear and goggles
worn by this boy in New York.
, They're for precocious- apace-
age adventurers.
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W. II.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
STORM KILLS SIX
REGOA, Portugal (UPI) At
least four persons were killed
last night when a wall of water
swept through a nearby mountain
village in the wake of a violent
thunderstorm. Ten houses were
demolished by the water.
CLASH INJURES 40
FORT LAMY, Chad Republic
(UPI) At least 40 persons were
reported today to have been
injured in electoral campaign
clashes between rival political fac factions
tions factions at Bongnr, 120 miles south
of this African capital

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: FULL CERAMIC
EQUIPMENT, four kilns from
6"x6" to large on for firing
22" pieces, clay, glaxcs, under under-glazes,
glazes, under-glazes, potters' wheal, pail;
buckets; cabinet; bins. STEVEN STEVENSON,
SON, STEVENSON, 1 61 B Williamson Av.,
Gamboa, Phon 6-317.
FOR SALE: Electric Mangel
(ironer); steam iron; various
tables; heavy work benches;
couch back (for magazines and
ornaments t fits Quartermaster
cot); student's desk; fil cab cabinets;
inets; cabinets; card table; laundry baskets;
sprinkler hose; sprinkler; garden
tools; fireplaces; metal chairs;
curtain rods; redwood screens for
Duplex; few shades; child's
"Potty" chair; doll carriage;
games; dynamo,-wire Fence; por porcelain
celain porcelain refrigerator (after Juno
10th); FULL SCREEN-WOOD-METAL
ENCLOSURE for under
Duplex quarters; ORCHIDS;
HUDSON COMMANDER 8. new
tires, mechanically perfect. Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson 1 6 1 B Williamson Ave..
Gamboa. Phon 6-317.
FOR SALE : Hallicrafter SX SX-100,
100, SX-100, DX-40, VFO. D-104 mike,
three element 10 meter beam.
$325.00. Phon Albrook 2286.
FOR SALE: Babec-Tenda high
chair with safety straps, excel-,
lent condition. Panama 3-4383.
FOR SALE: Webco. 60 cycle
motor $5.00; Webco record
player 3 speed $15.00, G.E.
ironer $30.00, Kenmore desk
sewing machine $100.00; Re Remington
mington Remington typewriter, $10.00;
Halicraftter S-53 radio, $40.00;
Coldspot refrigerator, needs new
unit, $10.00; heavy tennis racket
$3.00; Swivel Tripod, $5.00;
Projection Screen $5.00. Phono
Gamboa 6-200.
FOR SALE: Stereophonic rec records.
ords. records. Classical and populars. Big
assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th Street No. 6-A.
SAWS, hand, filed, Circular
saws ground, set 22-67, Call
Estudiant, Apt. 9.
Going vacation? Grand sal In.
dians pre-Colombian motis. Take
advantages. Art Las Americas.
National Av.
FOR SALE: Frigidair air on on-ditioner,
ditioner, on-ditioner, Chinese 912 rug, 16'
fiberglass boat, 50 h p. Evinrud
outboard, air compressor, 1952
Mercury 4 door sedan, Balboa
2871. j
FOR SALE i Encyclopedia
"Amaricana" 36 volumes, per perfect
fect perfect condition $100.00. Phon
Panama 3-6524.
Lessons
ORGAN PIANO ACORDION
Summers lessons Atlantic and
Pacific side call: Prof. Fran
Manfredi Panama' 3-1909.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Triumph motorcycle
T-100, 500 cc, top condition.
Call Balboa 2-3239.
POPE SETS AUDIENCES
VATICAN CITY (UPI)-Vatican
sources said today Pope John
WWIII Is scheduled to receive
two European rulers and
two presidents next month. They
are President Celal Bayar of Tur
key on June 11; Prince Rainier
and Princess Grace of Monaco
on June 18; President Charles de
Gaulle of France on June 27, and
King Baudouin of Belgium on
June 30.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET

New Orleans Service Sails Arrives
Cristobal
ULUA May 23 May 30
YAQUE May 30 June 6
MORAZAN June 6 June 13
HJLUA Tune 13 June 20
YAQUE June 20 June 27
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service Sails Arrives
. Cristobal
COMAYAGUA May 26 May 31
" FRA BERLANGA June 2 June 7
ESPARTA June 9 June 14
SAN JOSE June 16 June 21
PARISMINA June 23 June 28
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FREEDER SERVICE
TEXITA ....I J Every (15) Dayi
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
, and Seattle

SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .$400.00

TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA.212904

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Automatic washer
and dryer, 21 inch television set,
leaving for States, 3-0279 Pan
FOR SALE: Cheap, dining room
set, hand carvadf mahogany, with
glass. Peru Ay. 37-20 upstairs.
Tel. 3-0249.
FOR SALE: Bendix washing
$30.00; deep freexer, porcelain
$75; refrigerator $125; House
5 7 80-A, Diablo, phon 2-4293.
FOR SALE: Solid mahogany
dining room table and four chairs
$30.00. Day bed with couch
cover and pillows $15.00. House
0425-A Venado St. Ancon. Tel.
2-3497.
FOR SALE: Rattan livingroom,
day, June 2 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
6 piece set, for sal. See Tuei Tuei-0304
0304 Tuei-0304 Cabl Heights. Ancon, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zona.
FOR SALE: Maytag automatic
washer, 1953 model. Perfect
mechanical condition. $100.00.
Qtrs. Ill, Albrook, phon 86 86-4144.
4144. 86-4144. FOR SALE: Bargain prices, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany hand carved dining room
set with glass. Peru Ave No, 37 37-20
20 37-20 upstairs. Tel. 3-0249.
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Raphella Bains, message from
Major Warton. Call Curundu
3188.
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11
MITEY T Tiny Teresa Brew Brewer
er Brewer drops her usual old-fashioned-girl
routine for a diamond-studded
number in Las
Vegas, Nev. The singing star
was warming tip for her-own
summer TV replacement show.

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Real Estate

FOR SALE Ur 500 t4 1.000
meters, 1b' th Nuev Hipadromo
Urbanlxatior across th Remon
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, swag, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tl. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: 11,000 meters,
50c. meter at El Valla. Phono
Panama 4-1043, from 8 to 10
FOR SALE: 12 room house,
Paso Ancho, Volcan. $800.00.
Call 3-5874, Panama.
Miscellaneous
Nursery School. Transportation
provided Balboa', Ancon, Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, Clayton. Children 2Vi to 5
years. Open all year. Supervised
play, constant supervision. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1214.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-FI Transitors
specialist. We servic all make
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoll
Av. 18-20. Tel: 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guaranteed. Fast
Horn Service,- Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Camera Repairs. All makes, all
work, guaranteed, Naters 8057
7th St. Phon 103, Colon.
Animals
FOR SALE: 3 year old pony
sintabl for children, saddles,
bridles, fish aquarium with fish.
Phone 1591. Colon.
St. Peler Society
Sponsors Canal
Trip Tomorrow
The St. Peter's Church Mutual
Benefit society of Paraiso Cana
Zone in the last eort cofnnected
with the 32nd anniversary cele celebrations
brations celebrations held during this month
will conclude the "series of activi activities
ties activities with a trip through the canal
tomorrow.
The boat will leave pier 18 Bal Balboa
boa Balboa a.m. for Gatun and will com complete
plete complete the trip on its return to Gam Gamboa.
boa. Gamboa. The music for the occasion
will be provided by Oscar Layne
and his combo. The dancing sale
of sode pops ice cream cones s
hot dogs are expected to enliver
the trip in addition to the lovely
scenery of the improvements
been made to this wonderful and
world reknowned waterway.
Tickets which are tabbed at
$2,50 for adults and $1.50 for r-hil.
dren under 16 may be obtained
from any officer of th snr-ietv
The boat will leave exactly at 8
a.m.
Symphonic Drama
In Williamsburg
Has 13th Season
WILLIAMSBURG, V., (UPI)
The "Common Glory," sym symphonic
phonic symphonic drama by Pulitzer Prize Prizewinner
winner Prizewinner Paul Green, will onen its
13th successive season on June 23
at the Matoaka Lake Amphithea Amphithea-tra
tra Amphithea-tra in Williamsburg.
Performances are scheduled
nightly, except Mondays, through
Sept. 6.
Viewed by more than a million
persons since 1947. the "Common
Glory" has developed into one of
Virginia's top summer-time at attractions.
tractions. attractions. The drama is set in Virginia du during
ring during the turbulent years of the Re Revolutionary
volutionary Revolutionary War era, and has a
cast of more than 150.
RUST-01EUn
Protects Metal Longer
Distributors
COLON FREE ZONE
SCOTT A SCOTT, INC.
PANAMA
CEO. F. NOVEY, INC.

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Investor s Guide-
-By
Q. We ene in our 50s. My hus
band is no longer able to work.
For the last two years he has
been putting a large amount ot
money into the market every
three months. We have never
bought stock before but accumul
ated about $200,000 m E bonds ana
savings accounts. Now I am con concerned.
cerned. concerned. He bought American Can,
Am. Natural Gas, General Pub
lic Utilities, May Dept. Stores,
New England Electric, Pacific
Gas, Phillips Pete, Socony, U U-nion
nion U-nion Electric and United Fruit.
A. I can readily understand
you're being worried about this
sudden switch to investing sub substantial
stantial substantial amounts.
But the facts are:
The stocks are good grade and
all qualify for a retirement pro
gram;
You made a mistake over the
last quarter century by piling up
cash all during the years the dol dollar
lar dollar was steadily losing buying
power.
The amounts being invested do
seen large. But, I suppose your
husband, feels he now wants to
put these funds to work to supple supplement
ment supplement income.
I repeat, I appreciate your con concern
cern concern at this sudden shift in invest investment.
ment. investment. I do thing that's a lot of
money to go into stocks every
year. But you were wrong in wait
ing so long.
I think the rate of purchase
could be reduced a bit say by 25
per cent. You should plan on Hav
ing some cash, too, when you re
tire. Stick to quality. 1 am send sending
ing sending you a list which may be of
some help.
Q. Why is there a difference
in the closing prices of stocks on
different exchanges. Example:
Standard Oil of California May 18
closed 55 1-4 in New York and 56
on the Midwest in Chicago.
A. There could be several rea
sons. A Jftrge guying order may
have c"ome on to the floor in Chi
cago and, moved the stock u
there. Also, the Chicago exhange
closes an hour later, so that any
late afternoon development Com
ing after the lose of the New
York market would have been
fleeted on the Midwest exchange.
I will admit though that a S-4
point spread in a popular stock
such as Standard of Californian
is unusual. If it happened at a
time both exchanges were open,
I'm sure arbitrage operations by
brokerage firms which have mem
berships on both exchanges would
nave narrowed the gap ouickly.

Rainy Season Settling In, Doldrums

To Bring Light Winds, Many Showers

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The following weather condi conditions
tions conditions are based on past records
and may be expected to occur
in the Canal Zone and viclinty
during June.
Wealfaf-r: Settled rainy-season
weather with moderate to heavy
showers may be expected to
occur throughout the month.
Measurable rain will be likely
to occur on about 20 days of
the month at Balboa Heights
and 23 days at Cristobal. The
average total rainfall for the
month is 8.13 inches at Balboa
Heights, 11.52 inches at Madden
Dam, and 13.35 inches at Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. There is, however, consider considerable
able considerable variation from year to
year. The range from wettest
to driest on record is 18.34 to
2 50 inches at Balboa Heights,
20 51 to 4.92 inches at Madden
Dam, and 31.23 to 5.93 inches
at Cristobal.
Temperature: The monthly
mean air temperature will aver average
age average between 80 and 8.1 degrees.
The mean daily range of tem temperature
perature temperature will be about 12 de degrees
grees degrees on the Pacific side and 10
degrees on the Atlantic side.
The average daily maximum
will be 86 degrees and the aver average
age average minimum between 71 and
76 degrees. The highest temper temperature
ature temperature on record lor June Is 95
degrees and the lowest 67 de degrees;
grees; degrees; such extremes, however,
are of Infrequent occurrence.
Humidity: The relative hu humidity
midity humidity will average 35 per cent
at Cristobal, 88 per cent at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights, and 90 per cent at
Madden Dam. The dally range
between high and low is great greater
er greater on the Pacific side than at
Madden Dam or Cristobal.
Clouds and Sunshine: The
sky will be partly cloudy to
cloudy most of the time with
an average of 5 hours of sun sunshine
shine sunshine daily and with only 2 to
4 days with no sunshine at all.
Fogs: Nlghtlme and early early-morning
morning early-morning fogs may be expected
occasionally over the Gaillard
Cut section of the Canal and
the central section of the Isth
mus along the Trans-Isthmian
Highway, but none are likely to

SAM SHULSKY

Q. We are In our early 50s and
interested in investing, $1,000 a
year in growth stock. We wanted
to start buying in $500 lots in Jan January
uary January but were told the market was
too high and would go down. In Instead
stead Instead it has been going up. Aroj
you also of the opinion that this
is no time to start an investment
plan?
A. That "old debbeil stock mar market"
ket" market" never does what it's suppos supposed
ed supposed to do.
If you are going to put -500 into
the market every siz months you
might as well start today. If you
wait until the market is low you'll
never get to buy any stock.
If you look back to the "low"
days of 1932 you will discover that
volume then was low, too. Most
people were waiting for the mar
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CELEBRATION-Tataka Ta-J
kada, 11-year-old orphan, ot
Osaka, Japan, smiles shyly aa
she shows off the kimono shell
wear on a week's visit to Ha
waii and tne u.s. Armys zira
Infantry Regiment One of 17J
Osaka- orphans supported bj
the 27th and; the 8th Artillery
Takako will.fce quean ot the
27th's 58th anniversary party.
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quite frequently.
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gusts of wind with velocities up
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THREE OF THE FOUR EMPLOYES who were retired 'from active service with the Canai or organization
ganization organization in May are shown with Gov. W. E. Potter after they received their retirement cer certificates
tificates certificates during a ceremony in the Governor's o ffice at Balboa Heights. From left to right are:
, George F. Welsh, chief of the Employment and Utilization Division of the PerSonnel Bureau;
Miss Annie L. Allnut, dental hygienist at Gorges Hospital; Potter; and Merwin A. French, super supervisory
visory supervisory Marine Traffic Controller in the office of the Port Captain at Cristbal. Winchell, T. Pen Pennock,
nock, Pennock, lead foreman automotive machinist in th e Motor Transportation Division, who also re retired
tired retired in May, was unable to be present.

Four employes, one with more
than 40 years of Canal service
were retired from the Canal or organization
ganization organization during the month of
May and were presented with re retirement
tirement retirement certificates by Gov. W.
E. Potter.
Those retiring their positions
and the length of their Canal ser service
vice service are:
Miss Annie L. Allnut, dental Hy Hygienist,
gienist, Hygienist, Gorgas Hospital 22 years,
11 months and 29 days.
Merwin A. French, supervisory
marine traffic ontroller, Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation Division, 27 years and seven
months.
Winchell T. Pennock. lead fore foreman,
man, foreman, automotive machinist motor
transportation division, 40 years,
nine months and two days.
George F. Welsh, chief of the
Employment and Utilization Divi Division
sion Division Personnel Bureau, 16 years,
six months and 23 days.
Miss Allnut was born in Dow Dowsonville,
sonville, Dowsonville, Md. and attended West
ern Maryland College. She took
her training as a dental hygien hygienist
ist hygienist et Georgetown University
Schoof of Oral Hygiene and
worked in the schools of the Dis District
trict District of Columbia and in a pri

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Of Canal Company Present ed By Gov. Potter

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vate office before coming to the
Canal Zone.
She was employed in 1936 as
dental hygienist at Gorgas Hospit Hospital
al Hospital and was on duty there during
all her years of service. After the
retiremeht Miss Allnut will re return
turn return to her native state and will
make her home in Chevy Chase
near' Washington.

French an old timer on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus was born in Toledo, Ohio,
and was employed by the Canal
organization in 1908 as a clerk in
the former Commissary Divison.
He left the service in 1921 and
went into Usiness in Colon for
several years.
In 1935 he was reemployed as
a platform foreman in the Com Com,missary
,missary Com,missary Division at Mount Hope
aricl was Promoted to a commis
sary assistant in 1939. The follow following
ing following year he transferred to the Ma Marine
rine Marine Bureau as a dispatcher in
ti-e port Captain's Office in Cris
tobal.
On several occasions French
acted as Chief Marine traffic
controller and upon the retire retirement
ment retirement of T. Forsstrom in 1958
succeeded to the postion of super

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visory Marino traffic controller controllerin
in controllerin Cristobal.
Mr. and Mrs. French plan to
leave the Isthmus sometime in
July and will make their home
in California.
The longest service among em employes
ployes employes retiring from the Canal in
May was accumulated by Pennock
who has been with the Canal
organization more than 40 years.
He was born in San Antonio Tex Texas,
as, Texas, and came to the Isthmus as
a boy in 1914 to join three uncles
and a. married Sister who had
preceded him.
He held summer jobs during
school vacations and in 1919 began
an apprenticeship as a machinist.
Except for a short period during
his apprenticeship, all of his ser service
vice service has been on the Atlantic side.
He has been with the Motor Tran Transportation
sportation Transportation Division since 1922 and
has held the positions of auto re repair
pair repair machinist senior machinist
foreman and lead foreman.
Mr. and Mrs. Pennoct- with
their daughter and son r to
make their future home in St.
Petersburg Fla.

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Welsh who has been head of
the unit now known as the Em Employment
ployment Employment and Utilization Brench
of the Personnel Bureau since
1950 was born in Wellsville O Ohio.
hio. Ohio. He was employed by the Can Canal
al Canal organization in 1940 as an in interviewer
terviewer interviewer in the Personnel Bu Bureau
reau Bureau and during the next three
years acted as labor inspector.
He left the Canal in 1943 and was
with the U. S. Navy and the Man ManDower
Dower ManDower Commission until 1945 when
he was reemployed as a person personnel
nel personnel technician. He was made per personnel
sonnel personnel assistant in 1946 and was
promoted to chief of the Employ Employment
ment Employment and Utilization Division in
1950.

Mr. and Mrs. Welsh are leaving
the Isthmus the middle of July
and eventually will make their
permanent home in Texas.

Buller, Lai Bids
High For Salvage
Of Canal Buildings

High bids for the purchase and
demolition of a number of old
buildings in the Canal Zone, in including
cluding including two former Special En
gineering Division structures in
Diablo Heights, were made by De Deposit
posit Deposit Lath, and T. J. Butler and
Sons, of Colon. Bids were opened
Yesterday afternoon at Balboa
Heights.
The Lath Company made a to total
tal total bid of $5,00 for the purchase
of the buildings in Diablo
Heights, two sie-family cottages
in Ancon, the former Coco li Police
Station, and the former Central
Lsbor Office building on Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Avenue in Balboa.
The Butler Company made an
offer of $1.234 for the purchase
and removal of a number of
buildings on the Atlantic side in including
cluding including a former women's bache bachelor
lor bachelor quarters in Rainbow City and
two 12-familv ouarters.
chain Singh was the only other
contractors to make an offer
The buildings to be demolished
at Diablo Heighta until recently
housed the model room, several
units of the Engineering and Con Construction
struction Construction Bureau, and the Office
of the Comptroller, and the studio
of the Official Photographer. They
sre to be torn flown to melce room
for the new Di,blo Heights Ele,
mentary School which will be built
on that next year.

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Season's First
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GElie, VA, May 30 (UPDRigh
Western officials said today Ni Nikita
kita Nikita Khrushchev must decide
within the next week whether
to break the East-West dead deadlock
lock deadlock over Berlin or write off the
possibility of a summer Summit
con f erence.
The officials were cautiously
optimistic that the Soviet pre premier
mier premier soon would instruct For Foreigrn
eigrn Foreigrn Minister Andrei Gromyko
to move toward a plan to ease
tensions over the city to pave
the way to the Summit confer conference.
ence. conference. But the officials said unless
such a move comes before
next weekend they would as assume
sume assume that Khrushchev has
lost his zest for a top-level
meeting with President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and the other Western
leaders. Allied solidarity may
have discouraged his hopes of
splittine the West and given
him second thoughts, the
sources said.
An indication that Ithrush Ithrushchev
chev Ithrushchev might be less worried a about
bout about a Summit conference came
from Washington where the
State Department said his re recent
cent recent statements. in Albania
threatening Greece and Italy
for establishing U.S. missile
bases undermined chances of
success for East-West talks.
The State Department said
Khrushchev's threats "appear
deliberately designed to
heighten international ten tensions"
sions" tensions" and that they "can
scarcely improve the chances
of successful negotiations at
any level."
Gromyko had two chances to today
day today of clarifying the Soviet po position:
sition: position: The Big Four were meeting
in open session at 2:30 p.m.
with press officers present. Gro Gromyko
myko Gromyko was expected to repeat
the Russian demand the allies
quit West Berlin. Western
sources thought this and a
Western reply might be, fOr
propaganda purposes.
Oromyko was to host at a
dinner tonight for the Western
foreig ministers when some something
thing something actually may be settled
in a secret session.

NEW ORLEANS May 30
(UPI) Tropical storm Arlene
packing 50 mph winds and heavy
rains appeared ready to alter her
course early today after bluster blustering
ing blustering around in the Gulf of Mexico
in almost the same spot for se several
veral several hours.
The squall-filled Arlene first
storm of the season was last pin
pointed about 150 miles south of
Lafayette LE the storm was ex expected
pected expected to resume its movement
toward the coast at a faster pace.
early today and hit the central
Louisiana coast with its biggest
blows.
Arlene's 50-mile-an-hour winds
were below hurriCane strength but
many residents of Cameronsur
vivors of 1957 hurricane Audrey
fled to higher ground. Audrey took
more than 550 lives and wrought
untold property damage.
The storm appeared headed to
ward the vicinity of Galveston
Tex. where a killer Hurricane
and tidal wave took approximate approximately
ly approximately 500 lives Sept. 8 1900the
worst weather disaster in Am America's
erica's America's history.
The winds early today were
lashing out 50 m116 from the
storm's center. Indications were
for slow northwestward move movement
ment movement at four to eight miles an hour
until early this morning. The
weather bureau prellicted Arlene
would then pick up speed and
turn to a northerly direction.

SHE'LL REMARRY Mrs.
Rita Steeves, 23, who divorced
Air Force Lt. David Steeves,
survivor of a 54-day ordeal in
the California High Sierras in
1957, plans to remarry. She'll
wed Andrew J. Demotses, 27,
a Stratford. Conn.. accountant

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LAST-MINUTE PREPARATIONS MSgt. John G. Glass and
Pfc. Ronald A. Hoffman, both of the ist Battle Group, 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, Fort Kobbe, wind up the last-minute packing before
embarking on an aerial hitch-hiking trip to EuKope.
(U.S. Army Photo)

Kobbe Flight Hitchhikers To Europe
Plan Europe Tour,patterhorn Climb

Former Californian
Mrs. Minnie Jordan
Dies Al Gorgas

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A big adventure will begin next
week for two U. S. Army Car
bean soldiers who hope to hitch hitchhike
hike hitchhike half way around the world
by military air transport. M-Sgt.
John G. Glass and Pfc. Ronald
A. Hoffman also hope to ascend
one of the world's mightiest moun
tain peaksthe Matterhorndur Matterhornduring
ing Matterhornduring their 60-day leave.
Both men, assigned to Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters and Headquarters Com Company,
pany, Company, lst Battle Group, 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, Fort Kobbe, have experi experience
ence experience in mountain climbing. Sgt.
Glass has climbed extensively in
the Sierra rEtnge of California and
Hoffman, a native of Switzerland,
has conquered several peaks in
the Swiss Alps.
They expect to spend about two
weeks in training, sharpening
their skill on some of the less dan dangerous
gerous dangerous peaks in the vicinity of the
scenic Engadine Valley. They they
will adlift their camp to the valley
of Zermatt, at the base of the tow towering
ering towering Matterhorn, Dor their at attempt.
tempt. attempt. Both are confident of their suc success,
cess, success, although Glass points out
"the Matterhoorn still is danger dangerous
ous dangerous and is considered a killer
by mountain experts. A high
degree of skill and stamina, is re required
quired required to conquer it.' Hoffman
added that the mild climate of
June and July should aid them.
Besides mountain climbing they
are to visit many European capit capitals,
als, capitals, and for Hoffman, the trip 'will
mark his first reunion with fam family
ily family and friends in almost four

Mrs. Minnie Ann Jordan, who
made her home in Balboa with her
son, W. C. Jordan, engineman
with the Dredging Division, died
early today at Gorgas Hospital
alter a lengthy illness.
She was born in Colorado and
came to the Isthmus in 1946 from
Redondo Beach, Calif. Mrs. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan was an active worker with
the Balboa Union Church and Cu Cuwas
was Cuwas a lifetime member of the Or Order
der Order of the Eastern Star.
Funeral services will be con conducted
ducted conducted Monday afternoon at 4 in
the Gorges Hospital Chapel by
members of Orchid Chapter One,
0.E.S. Burial will be in Jardin la
Paz cemetery in Panama City.

CHICAGO (UPI)--Individual tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers in the $6000-ind up income
brackets itemized deductions av
eraging 13 to 18 per cent of ad adjustect
justect adjustect gross income on their 1956
returns according to a national
reporting authority on tax and
business law.
The Commerce Clearing House
said statistics show that 18 1-2 mil million
lion million taxpayers listed their non nonbusiness
business nonbusiness deductions item by item.
That was an increase of 5,600,000
over the previous year.
Among those with incomes from
$6,000 to $10,000 the largest single
deduction item was interest paid
according to the CCH. In the $10
000 to 5100000 brackets taxes
ranked first.
Taxpayers in the 06,000 to 07,-
000 class listed deductions for con contributions
tributions contributions averaging 5233 for in interest
terest interest 0358, taxes $311 medical
expenses $295, and casualty losses
$14. Other deduttions averaged
162.
In the $10,000 to 150,000 brack bracket
et bracket average deductions included:
contributions $428 interest 5544,
taxes 573, medical expenses 516,
casualty losses 186 other deduc deductions
tions deductions 5311.

years. His relatives are farmers
in the vicinity of Zurich.
The men plan to return to Fort
Kobbe at the end of July to re resume
sume resume thir military duties. Glass
is NCO in charge of the Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe Dispensary and Hoffman is
medical aidman and driver.

Senator Learns
flew Language:
111s Pentagonese

COLUMBUS, Ohio, (UPI) --
Stephen M. Young has advised
the homefolks that he had to
learn a new language when he
became a U.S. senator and be began
gan began dealing with Pentagon gen generals
erals generals this year.
The Ohio Democrat gave
these translations of Washing Washington
ton Washington gobbledygook:
"It's in process": The matter
is so wrapped up in red tape
the situation is almost hopeless.
"We'll look into it": By the
time the wheel makes a full
turn, we assume that you'll
have forgotten about it too.
"Program": Any assignment
that cannot be completed by
one phone call.
"Expedite": To confound con confusion
fusion confusion with commotion.
"Channels": The trail left by
inter-office memos.
"Coordinator": The guy who
has a desk between two ex expediters.
pediters. expediters. "Reorientation": Getting used
to working again.
"We're making a survey": We
need more time to think of an
answer.

Antique Autos Fresh
Off, Assembly tine
Give Backward Look

NEW YORK, (UPD--If you're
hankerin' for one of those cars
they used to make in "the good
old days," you can still get one.
To be exact, you can get three
the Rollsmobile, the Surrey
and the Merry Olds. Authentic
reproductions of these antique
cars are chugging off produc production
tion production lines in two states.
The Rollsmobile, selling for
$1195, is made by the Starts
Manufacturing Co. in Fort
Lauderdale, Fla. The buggy
guarantees owners a wind windblown
blown windblown look. It doesn't have a
top or doors.
Top cruising speed in a RollsL
mobile is 35 miles per hour. One
gallon of gas is supposed to last
100 miles. The three horses in
the engine take it easy.
The driver can take it easY,
too, for the Rollsmobile has a
modem innovation auto automatic
matic automatic transmission.
For $1295, you can buy a Sur Surrey,
rey, Surrey, made by the E. W. Bliss Co.,
of Canton, Ohio. The wheels
have wooden spokes. The, en engine,
gine, engine, a souped-up eight horse horsepower
power horsepower job, assertedly gets 85
miles to a gallon, lurching a along
long along at a top speed of 35 miles
per hour.
The Surrey's surrey has fringe
on top. The body is made of
steel. For do-it-yourselfers with
a mechanical bent, the "antique
reproduction" is available, too,
in knock-down or kit shape.
Of the three "backward look"
cars, the classiest is the Merry
Olds, selling for $1495 and made
by American Air Products Co.
in Fort Lauderdale.
The old "Olds" has four
horses in its air-cooled engine,
ambles along at 35 miles per
hour and lays claim to 65 miles
per gallon.

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Times ore good when the only
recession o mon hos to worry
about is his hoir tine. 11EA

Three Contraclors
Bid For Remodeling
Work Al Corozal

Three local tontractors made
offers on the work of moderniza modernization
tion modernization and rehabilitation of Corozal
Hospital for which bids were o opened
pened opened yesterday afternoon at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
The project includes several dif different
ferent different types of work and bids 'were
requested under five schedules.
Isthmian Construction Inc.
made an apparent low offer on
three of the five schedules while
the Dillon Construction Co. and
Wright Brothers of Colon were low
on the other two.
A low bid of $479928 was made
by the Isthmian company on the
schedule which includes the CCM CCMstruction
struction CCMstruction of a solarium for bed bedridden
ridden bedridden patients and the installa installation
tion installation of new plumbing fixtures and
Pioes
This company also was low with
a bid of $18,229 for the replacing
of doors on the first and second
floors of the men's ward and with
a bid of $4,930 on the rehabilita rehabilitation
tion rehabilitation of the loading and recrea recreation
tion recreation area in building No. 521.
A low offer of 536,510 was made
by Dillon Construction Co. on the
work of renovating the serving servingdining
dining servingdining room area in the women's
ward. Wright Brothers made a
low offer of $11,388 on the work to
be done tat the loading and recrea recreation
tion recreation area and the construction of
a new covered passageway and
parking area.

MONTY POST HINTED
,
LONDON (UPI) Retired
Field Marshal Viscount Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery is "a hot favorite" to succeed
Vincent Massey as governor gep geperal
eral geperal of Catiada, the Laborite
Daily Herald said today. Massey
retires next September. Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery had no comment on the re rePort.
Port. rePort. 1

IWeather Or Not 1

This weather report fir the 24
hours ending a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Pananui Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 84 84
Low 75 76
HUMIDITY:
High 96 94
Low 71
WIND:
(max. mph) S-6 NW-I3
RAIN (inches) .07 .41
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 84

Lem
Time Ht.
4:56 lull. 3.3 ft.
5:27 p.m. 3.5 ft.

PREMIER SWORN IN
,
KATHMANDU, Nepal (UPI)
B. P. Koirala was sworn in
yesterday as Nepal's first elec elected
ted elected premier. Koirals is chairman
of the Socialist Nepali Congress.
He heads a cabinet of 18 men end
one woman.

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LAKE ELEVATIONS:

Gatun Lake 83.40
Madden Dam 215.47

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, MAY 31
High
Time Ht.
11:27 a.m. 13.6 it.

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A baby carriage, a cltafing difillI.
a fishing rod, two guitars anti ciao
ease, and a pair of boy's Ihoesp:
size 8B, are among the 141 mis
cellaneous items to beput for alill:
June 8 by the Postal Division.-Av N
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Posts until 9 a.m. June I. 1
Bids should be made by lot num.
ber and submitted in writing or pa
a form which can be obtained at
the display or from the Office Of
the Director of Posts in the Civil
Affairs Building.
The wide variety of Items which
have accumulated in the' Post.'0s.
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such things as cameras, suitcases;
silver chests, record players, portt
able radios, sterling silver ztrayl
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