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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Attack On turope's Capifals.

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A group of Istbmians, including a half dozen Panamanians, to today
day today 'were anxiously experimenting with packing maximum clothing
in minimvin luggage, testing cameras and dreaming of far-off places.
The group, 43 strong, will depart June 9 for a 54 day tour of 11
European countries, and may be the forerunner of a similar tour
to be conducted annually.

Youngest of the group is 14
year old Janice Scott, Balboa
High School freshman, who is
out to be next year's most sought
after student travel lecturer. Ja Janice
nice Janice will travel with her grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Jessie B. GriMiSON widow
of a former veteran Pa narila Ca Canal
nal Canal employe. Mrs, GriMiSOn, who
has known some seventy odd
summers, is the senior member
member of the expedition, and
quite a veteran traveler in her
own right.
Included in the group are 11
married couples, 19 women and
two men. Both of the men and
some of the women are leav leaving
ing leaving wives or husbands behind.

West Sees Crack
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In Russia s
Stand On Berlin
GENEVA, May I30 (UPI)
Western observers today believed
' they saw the first crack in the
t-,Communists' former stonewall re rejection
jection rejection of the allied interim
Peace plan for Berlin.
Russian foreign minister Andrei
Gromyko launched a bitter at at,
, at, ,tkck On American radio broad broad,
, broad, casts from west Berlin at today's
big fours ministers' pon
ereneer- and it aPPeared he
might be paving the way for
withdrawal of the Soviet ultima ultimatum
tum ultimatum on Berlin in exchange for
face-saving 'concessions' from
the west.
ussia wants to silence "rias,'
Viet farnnus voice of free)tom
beinted r throughout Communist
East germany. the west had
expected a Soviet move to mute
western transmitters in any in interim
terim interim Berlin agreement.

Commissary, Aitamira Inrainmasters
Far Apart--Both Specials To Run

The Altamira Club and the, Pa Pachic
chic Pachic Commissary Club continued
their long-range battle today o over
ver over who was the first to get au authorization
thorization authorization foom the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal railroad division to run a
special train to Colon on June 21.
Altamira spokemen are flash flashing
ing flashing a receipt showing that the
club made the necessary deposit
to, guarantic that a, special train
wouldbe provided on Father's
Day by the railroad division.
The Commissary Club on tile
,other hand claims that almost a
year ago, they had requested a
telicial train for that date. But
Alta 0 ra spokesmen are doubtful
that the commissary group has
made' the necessary deposit.
, The railroad division demands
non-rofundabla deposit of
$200 for an Angina and three
coaches and $30 for- each addi additional
tional additional coach before arrange arrangemanta
manta arrangemanta can be' definitoly made
forA a spatial train.
t The wrangle came out into the
open tecentl with the announce announcement
ment announcement by the Commissary Club
that it had failed in its qffort to
meet with the Altamira group to
'discuss joint sponsorship. and
was going ahead With its plans
to run a special train ibn Father's
Day.
Altamira spokesmen countered

Telephonitis Gripping Congress With Advent Of Automatic Connections

By FRANit MAZER
WASHINGTQN (UPI) Con Congress
gress Congress has a wonderful new auto
matic telephone exchange, with
' 3,444 phones. But ati unnverving
discovery hat been made. ,Each
phone has been' quietly connected
' with just about eSery city and
inost towns in the country.
This communications advance
took place without ceremony on
April 14 when direct distance dial dialing
ing dialing began locally.
The first phone bill since then
0 has not come in. House and Sen Sent
t Sent ate officials, on' the basis of cer certain
tain certain unfortunate experiences in
the ps,st, are gearing themselves
for a shock.
Meanwhile, in a move bore mono

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Maria del Carmen Monco and
her grandmother, Carmen Fer Fernande',
nande', Fernande', of Panama City, who are
already visiting in Spain, will
join the group at Lisbon.
Panama attorney David Robles.
unable to leave at the scheduled
time, will join the group at
Rome.
The idea for the trip goes back
to October 1957, when Floyd H.
Baldwin, General Auditor for the
Pan Canal Co., led a group of 55
golfing enthusiasts on a 5-day
air excursion to Bogota.
This proved so' successful
Baldwin arranged a specisi
Holy Week tour in 1958. Then
61 local residents enjoyed an
8-day excursion to Lima and the
surrounding area.
Following the Lima trip so
many expressed interest in an
extensive European tour that
Baldwin set to work on the plan planning,
ning, planning, in conjuction with Fidan Fidannue
nue Fidannue Travel Service, who has ar arranged
ranged arranged necessary boOkings and
transportation.
Baldwin who spent 20 years
with the PitilaMa Government's
Fiscal Department before mov moving
ing moving to the Panama Canal Comp Compny
ny Compny hopes to busy himself with
travel work after retiremedt.
Ali long hops will be flown by
let airliner, but despite the ap apparent
parent apparent travel luxury and the
Jong distance involved, the tour
is only costing about 61500 per
pereon, jpcluding every expense
except personal needs
Air transportation accounts for
nearly half the total.
The gtoup will gly to Lisbon
via New Yorl, and will begin
their European expedition from
the Portug-se capital, where
they will be met by a profession professional
al professional tour director.
They will also visit Spain,
France Italy, Austria, Swetzer Swetzerland,,fermany,
land,,fermany, Swetzerland,,fermany, France, Belgium,
Hollan 'and England. They are
booked for return to the Isthmus
from London on Aug. 1.
with the assertion that the
"aims and ideals" of both groups
were dissimilar and as a result
Joint sponsorship was out of the
quest.
They emphasized that the spe special
cial special June train and all other Al Altamira
tamira Altamira activities are aimed at
raising funds to fullfill their
scholarship obligations. Altamira
is paying for the tuition of three
high school students in Colon,
one at Balboa Junior Collge and
two in Panama City high schools.
According to the commissary
group, their previous activities
had been for the purpose of pro providing
viding providing entertainment for the em employes
ployes employes of the Commissary divi division
sion division and their guests, but the
proceeds of the June 21 train
will be used 'to assist Roland
Hinds who will be entering Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior College in Septem September"
ber" September" They plan to grant a schol scholarship
arship scholarship each year hereafter.
Hinds is a resident of Parai Paraiso,
so, Paraiso, who graduated recently
, from the Panama city Arts
and Crafts School and who
was recently accepted for en enroliment
roliment enroliment in Balboa Junior
High.
While the wrangle goes on
both clubs continued to sell tick tickets
ets tickets for the two special trains.
Altamira's special will leave
of desperation than hope, they
have withheld from the lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers special supplements to the
phone book listing the out of town
codes.
They don't really believe this
will help much, at least not for
long. The code books are avail available
able available generally to all telephone sub
scribers. IVIrembers can bring 'em
from home.
But it is figured that the longer
it takes members, and their thou thousands
sands thousands of hellpers, to learn of the
new do-it-yourself long distance
system the fewer marathon coastto-coast
conversations will show
up, unexplained, on Congress ,ele ,elephone
phone ,elephone bill.
House Clerk Ralph Roberts has
warned a House ApproprOtions

101Mi110.
CZ Junior College
Paul M. Runnerstrand, execu executive
tive executive secretary of the Canal Zone,
will address the members of the
graduating class of the Canal Zone
Junior College at the commence commencement
ment commencement exercises to be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. in the Diablo
Heights Theater.
Members of the class will be
presented by Roger C. Hackett,
dean of the Junior College to Si Sigurd
gurd Sigurd E. Esser, Superintendent of
Schools, who will award the di diplomas
plomas diplomas to the 32 graduates.
Miss Barbara Ann Elich, an ho honor
nor honor student and secretary-treasurer
of the Sophomore Class. will
give the Farewell Address, and
Brian Cox, another honor student,
will give the Address of Welcome.
The winner of the annual Honor
Award, given to the outstanding
member of the Junior College Soph
omore class, and which is one of
the highest honors to be given to
a Junior College student, will be
announced by Hackett during the
commencement program.
Members of the graduating
class are:
Donald Max Alexander, Gaspar
E. Alvarado D., June Caro Id Bar Barlow,
low, Barlow, Ernesto Alejandro Be llino,
William George Mack, Nancy Lee
Bryant, Barbara Darlene Carter,
Roberto Antonio Chan, Brian M.
Cox, Brenda M. Cunningham,
John Richard Daniel, Annie Jac Jacqueline
queline Jacqueline de Boer, Barbara Anne
Elich, Mildred Gibbs, Carolyn
Hail and Jo Ann Harte.
Elma Victoria Kent, Dolores Ber Berta
ta Berta Kosan, Peter S. Lang, Eric V.
Larsen Judith Ann McCullough
Dorothy Metzger, Glasdys Elsa
Miller, Helen Jane Nita, Cynthia
C. Orr, Jeanette Diana Orr, Olga
M. Rodriguez, Alonso Saenz, Ani Anita
ta Anita Louise Schneider, Herbert Ray Raymond,
mond, Raymond, Schneider, Gloria N. Tait
and James E. Whitman.
Panama City at 1 p.m. and re return
turn return from Colon at 11:30 p.m.
The Commissary Club's will
leave at 1:30 and return at 12:30
a.m.
On the day of the train, Alta Altamira
mira Altamira will be holding its annual
Father's Day program in Colon.
MIRNA PIERCE
subcommittee these unrecorded
calls could run to thousands of
dollars a month.
Congressional calls, locan and
long distance, used to go through
operators, But the load got too big
and about 18 months ago a new
automatic switchboard was in installed.
stalled. installed. Until the advent of direct .dis .distance
tance .distance dialing a memberor an
employe or a reporter in the press
gallerywanting to call out of
town dialed 8 for the long distance
operator. She made the call and,
in the process, made a note on
who put it in.
Most members still are making
their long distance calls this ay.
Others inevitably are learning
that all they need do Is dial 2,

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SCHOOL'S OUT

P. 1, OMI.,
Cristobal H.S.
Commencement exercises for
the 67 seniors will be graduated
this year from Cristobal High
School Auditorium.
It will be the last high school
graduating class to complete stu studies
dies studies in the building at New Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Classes will be held next
year in the Cristobal High School
at Coco Solo.
Sigurd E. Esser Superintend Superintendent
ent Superintendent of Schools who will be intro introduced
duced introduced by Paul L. Beck principal
of the Cristobal Junior-Senior High
School will present diplomas to
the graduating students.
During the program addresses
will be given by Jean Seaman
Marguerite Engelke Judith Grif Griffon
fon Griffon Philip Judson and Karen
Coate, all honor graduates.
The invocation will be given
by the Rev. J. Terence Mooney
of Our Lady of the Miraculous
Medal and the benediction will
be pronounced by The Rev. J.
Peter Farmer of Christ Church
by the Sea.
Members of the graduating class
are:
Mary. Elizabeth Bialkowski Ja Janice
nice Janice Ann Brownlee Sandra Lee
Chester Karen Sue Coate Ma Maruerite
ruerite Maruerite Ann Engelke Linda Lee
Erickson Celsa Francesehi Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Mae Gibson Judith Ellen Grif Griffon
fon Griffon Diane Kathleen Hickey Mar Martha
tha Martha Ann Johnson Catherine Ann
Kunkel Patricia Marie Lawson.
Huey Cecilia Lee Suzie Marie
Lloyd Esther Martha Miller Ella
Mae Morales Mary Katherine O'-
Brien Jean Elizabeth Owen Nor Norma
ma Norma Haydee ,Ramirez Bonnie Al Allen
len Allen Rankin Jean Ellen' Seaman
Charlen Marie Shore Alice Jean
Taber Mary Louise A. Wash Washbaugh
baugh Washbaugh and Claire Ruth White.o
Frank Richard Alberga Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Ernest Alberga John Louis
Ambrose Pablo C. Apolayo Jack Jackie
ie Jackie Dean Bedwell Robert John
Blair Jr. Harry Bradbery Rust
Bland John Joseph Boseman Fran
cis William Corrigan Michael E.
Cunninvham Gerarde Carlton De
Tore Russell Eugene Favorite
Ronald Frankel Waldo Bachman
Gilley Jr. Max William Hanna
William Gardner Hayes Martin
Hernandez Jr. Robert Sanders
Hill William Richard Hogan and
John Richard Horan Jr.
Donald Louis Humphrey Philip
L. Judson Raymond Keith Kulig
Arthurd New Lawerence William
O. Limkemann Joseph Robert Lo Lorenzo
renzo Lorenzo Louise Eaton Martin Jr.
Larry Neil mcGahhey Fred Allen
Robinson Irl Roger Sanders III
Maxwell Sheldon Sanders Thomas
Eugene Sellers Richard Kenneth
Smith Herbert Spector Richard
Swaim Russell D. Sweasey Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Vinas Joseph M. Weir
Leroy Orville Wedeln William
Terry Williford Ezra Yohros.
ROLANDO CHANIS
then the proper code, then the
phone to be called. This kind of
call winds up charged to Capital
4-3121, which is the Capitol. From
what extension was the call
made? Nobody ean say.
Roberts, who gets 319,250 a year
to worry about such problems,
was careful of course not to say
any 'congressman would cheat on
his long distance tolls. The tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers pay each House member's
long distanoe bills anywayup to
6,000 minutes per two-year term,
with comparable allowances also
for Senators.
But even before direct distance
dialing, Roberts said, somebody
was always freelaoding on the
congressional phones. For the last
year or so direct dialing was pore

Balboa High School

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TOM CUNNINGHAM
The 49th annual commencement
exercises of Balboa High School
will be held tomorrow at 8 p.m.
in the Balboa Theater.
The 1959 graduating class Is
the largest over to graduate
from Balboa High School. it
consists of 198 studnts.
Only those who hold tickets will
be admitted to the commencement
exercises,
The theme of the commencement
will be "Stepping Stones Cross the
River of Life."
Those addressing the audience
on thils theme will be Mir n a
Pierce, who will speak on 'Home,'
Christopher Tate, who will speak
on "Education;" Rolando Chanis,
who will talk; of "Obligation;'
and Kathleen Coz who will con conclude
clude conclude with "Success."
Tom Cunninghim, senior dabs
president, will address the class
and' Theo. F. Hotz, principal of
the high school, will present the
members of the class for their
diplomas.
Roger W. Collinge, assistant su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of schools, will award
the diplomas to the graduates'.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin will deliv deliver
er deliver the invocation, and the bene benediction
diction benediction will be askedby the Rev.
Paul C. Leven, CM.
Victor A. Herr will direct the
musical portion of the program.
Allen B. Ward, who retires at
the end of the current school
term, is the sponsor of the class
and is in charge of the arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the commencement
exercises.
The 35 honor graduates in the
Balboa High School senior class
are:
David Adams, Vena Bennett, Da David
vid David Browne, Elias Chaluja, Rolan Rolando
do Rolando Chanis, Robert Covairt, Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Cox, John Cunningham, Rose
Ann Death, Haydee Mendez, Mar Martha
tha Martha Miller, Sandra Morency, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Morgan;
Arthur O'Leary, Mirna Pierce,
Sally Reihart, Ruth Schmelzer, A Ada
da Ada Tapia, Carol Dimpfl, Virgin,a
Egan, Cecilia Eggleston, Judith
Flenniken, Ann Haskell, Judy
Hotz, Carlos Kiamoo, Barbara
Klipper;
Henry Lavender, Christopher
Tate, Shirley Tillman, Gloria To Toledano,
ledano, Toledano, Solly Toussieh, Margaret
Vale, Sarah Whitener, Marilyn
Ward, and Olivia Winstead.
The complete roll of graduates
follows:
Richard W. Abell, Betty J. Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, David R. Adams, Janet M.
Adkins, Jorge-T. Aleman, Zulma
Allers, Patricia Alexander, Walter
F. Allen, Ligia E. Arroyo, Thom Thomas
as Thomas G. Ashton Richard C, Bailey.
Henry R. Barker, Shirley R. Bar Barlow,
low, Barlow, Joseph Barr, Susan J. Bar Barrett,
rett, Barrett, Lewis W. Bateman, Nury
Bauchman, Arthur G. Beall, Ju Judith
dith Judith Ann Beeby, Vena bennett,
Paul E. Blades, Sharon L. Booth,
sible to points in the nearby area,
like Baltimore.
The monthly toll for unaccount unaccounted
ed unaccounted calls under this system some sometimes
times sometimes has run into several hund hundreds
reds hundreds of dollars.
Lately Roberts has balked at pay
ing the bill. He didn't say specifi specifically
cally specifically why. Others sources said
possible reason was the frequency
with which racetracks at Laurel
and Bowie showed up on the list
of points called. Another recipient
of much congressional telephone
patronage, it developed, was a
nearby book maker.
"This would be a 1 variation of
the Baffle thing," Roberts moaned,
"except it would involve thousands
of dollars instead of a hundred or
so." .....

EIEIJ 0

KATHLEEN COX
James P. Bradkey,, Ruth M.
Brown, Thurston, D. Brown, Da David
vid David Browne, Billie G. Bruhn,
Joyce D. Cameron, Mary Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, Milton W. Canham, Patricia
A. Cawl, Rolando A. Chani s,
Charles E. Chase, Mall E. Chase,
Joan Aline Clare, Inez H. Clark,
Nancy L. larke, Brooks M. Clax Claxton,
ton, Claxton, Sandra Lee linely, Charles,
F. Concannon, Barbara J. Con Connard,
nard, Connard, Peter T. Corrigan, Roberta
J. Covairt, Kathleen M. Cox, Sil Silvia
via Silvia E. Cruz, John T. Cunningham,
Rolanda M. Dahloff, Claudia E.
Davis, Karen M. Davis, Linda B
Dawson, Timothy J. Days, Rose
Ann Dean;
Kenneth M. De Gon, Charles F.
Denton, Daniel A. Des Londes
Heidi De Sotot, Sharon L. De Vore,
Flor Maria Diaz, Carol A. Dimpfl,
Celia A. Dorfman, Pauline M.
Dow, Melissa A. Downing, Thom Thomas
as Thomas O. Durfee, Virginia Egan, Ce Cecilia
cilia Cecilia Y. Eggleston, Roland Eisen,
David B. Eisenmann, Gloria J.
Ely, John H. Engelke, Raymond
Engle, Alice B. Fairchild, Michale
D. Fanton, Harold H. Feeney, Wil William
liam William E. Ferro, Sonia M. Figueroa,
Zobeida R. Figueroa, Patsy E.
Flatau;
Judith K. Flenniken, Gaby E.
Frederick, Charles E. French, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph T. Fuqua, Mercedes A. Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Edna M. Gerhart, Lucille Y.
Gomez, Nancy A. Crrimes, Gra Graham
ham Graham L. Grorss, Lloyd Tom Gunder Gunderson,
son, Gunderson, Ligia M. Gutierrez, Redus W.
Harrell, Ann E. Haskell, Beth E.
Heilman, William H. Hele, Charles
R. Will, Lacy A. Hinkle, William
C. Hitchcock, Carolyn L. Holger Holgerson,
son, Holgerson, Reed E. Hopkins, Judith C.
Holz, Marion E. Howe, Lee B.
Hunnicutt, Elias C. Isse;
Cloe-Ann Johns, Patricia E. Kel Kelly,
ly, Kelly, Carlos F. Kiamco, Ligia E.
Kidd, Laird R. King, Jane L.
Kintner, Lem. J. Kirldand, Wil William
liam William C. Kirkland, Barbara.C. klip klipper,
per, klipper, Abel Lagassie, Robert Lau,
Henry L. Lavender, Charles E.
Leves, Frank R. Leves, Janice
Malone, Luis R. Martinelli, Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia A. Mauldin, Bernard L. Max Maxwell,
well, Maxwell, Sandra J. Mcay, John
McKenna, Brian E. McNamee, E Edith
dith Edith L. McNeil, Haydee R. Meg Meggers,
gers, Meggers, Dennis Mehiel, Haydee M.
Mendez, Martha K. Miller, Judith
M. Monroe, Sandra G. Morency,
James D. Moreno;
Margaret M. Morgan, John E.
Morris, Manuelita Moses, Michael
Nahmad, Margaret E. Norman,
Arthur J. O'Leary, Maria S. Or Ortiz,
tiz, Ortiz, Jose R. Ortiz, Barbara A.
Parker, Vesta S. Pederson, Myr Myrna
na Myrna G. Pena, Trixie Helen Pena,
Clara L. Perscy, Alejandro Prez PrezVenero,
Venero, PrezVenero, Beverly C. Perra, Alfred
F. Peterson, Barbara J. Phillips,
Mirna M. Pierce, Julie Ann Reed Reeder,
er, Reeder, Sally A. Reihart, Luz E. Re Reyes,
yes, Reyes, James J. Reynolds;
Franklin A. Romero, Samuel H.
Rowlet, Sally J. Sack, Donald L.
Scarpaci, Ruth E. Schmelzer,
Charles Morgat. Schoch, William
J. Scott, Ralph A. Shuey, Gloria
Sigl, Marilyn R. Smith, Jon D
Snodgrass, Sheila L. Snyder, Hel Helmuth
muth Helmuth Stahl, Eleanor L. Stancook,
Lois J. Stevens, Richard C. Stubbs,
Edward Suarez, Gabriel Castro,
Joanne E. Stith, Carlos A. Sucre,
Ada Y. Tapia. Chrisopher P Tate,
Layne W. Taylor, Lane A. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Shirley R. Tillman;
Gloria Toledano, Solly Toussieh,
Dale A. Turner,'Margaret M. Vale,
Priscilla L. van der Dijs, Anabel
Varela, Diane M. Vestal. Mabelle
L. Walker, John C. Wallace, Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Wallace, Marilyn A. Ward,
Mary E. Watson, Sarita E. Wat Watson.
son. Watson. Kenneth H. Weeks, Joseph H.
White, Sarah E. Whitener, James
L. Wilber, Stanley R. Wilson, Oli Olivia
via Olivia J. Winstead, Talmadge A.
Womble, Anne P. Wood.

d

Nowhere To Go
Except Around
In Pay Hike Bid

Local-rate union officials of the Canal Zone feel that
any study of "wage changes or lack of wage changes" in
Panama during the past decade could well leave CZ
union members right where they are now so far as wage
increases are concerned.
And the situation right now is that all employes below
the cutoff line ender the new Canal Zone Single Wage
System are "in misguided orbit." Or that is how a spokes spokesman
man spokesman for American Federation of State, County and Md Mdnicipal
nicipal Mdnicipal Employes, AFL-C10 sees it.
Furthermore, according to the union spokesman, Pan Panama
ama Panama holds that under the 1955 Remon-Eisenhower treaty't
prevailing wages in Panama have nothing to with
what the US government should pay on the Canal Zone.
This despite the US view that Zone Wages should be
related to prevailing rates in Panama.
Union and other studies have shown prevailing rates
in Panama, in many trades, to be as low as half the pre present
sent present prevailing rates on the Zone.

At a recent meeting with Gov.
William E. Potter and his staff
at Balboa Heights raised the ques question
tion question of a recognized bargaining au authority
thority authority to deal with matter of wage
policy for non-U.S. citizens em employed
ployed employed in the Canal Zone.
Potter stated at the time,
AFSCAE offcials said yesterday,
that the Panama Canal Company
no longer is authorind to make
unilateral decisions rearding wage
policy, but that such decisions
must be made Jointly in the in inter,ests
ter,ests inter,ests of aU other employing
agencies as well as the Canal Com Company.,
pany., Company., Potter was referring to the Single
Wage Plan and Canal Zone Merit
System recently instituted here.
The new plan splits employed in into
to into two categories by establishing
out-off lines in white collar, man manual,
ual, manual, and service worker classifica classifications.
tions. classifications. Wage policies affecting sm.
ployes Azov cutoff linemostly
US citizens earning higher rates
can be set only by legislative
or official administrative action
in Washington.
On the other hand, the current
regulations specify that wage pol policies
icies policies for workers below the cut-off
linealmost exclusively non-U.S.
citizensmust be set in accordance
with local (Panama) rates for e equivalent
quivalent equivalent work.
In addition, Zone officials now
maintain that such wage rates
cannot be altered without con.
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"UMPIRING" Eleven Eleven!
! Eleven! year old Judy Glassburner,
' daughter of an American pro professor
fessor professor at the University of In Indonesia,
donesia, Indonesia, performs the "taripir "taripiring,"
ing," "taripiring," or plate dance, in Jakarta.
Iter performance was part of a
local celebration.
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corted action by ell Zone igen.
cies, including tho armed seri&
ices.
But the bitter pill, say the union
Ispokesmen is that no one seems
to know wlici the bargaining author...,
ity is for Canal Zone agencies.
At a follow-up meeting subte.
lquent to the conference with Pot-
ter, a company official told labor
representatives that no wage ad ad1
1 ad1 justment could be considered with without
out without an accurate wage survey of
the Panama area.
However, even if such a survey
were approved by the Panamanian
government, which has been touchy
1 about such subjects in the past.
this still does not answer the
question of who the local unions
can go to in order to negotiate
changes in wage rates, according
to the Union spokesmen.
Prior to the changeover to Slit,
,fle Wage and Merit System plans,7
he Panama Canal Company wall;..
empowered to deal directly with
local unions in the determinatios:
of wage policy. 04,
,
Meanwhile US officials both
here and in Washington have
insisted the 1955 Remon-Eisenbower
Treaty has been com complied
plied complied with in every detail,
while Panamanian President
Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., has
vigorously protested to Wash- 1
ington that such is not the case.
A de la Guardia letter to Pres.
ident Eisenhower on this subject
has never been formally answer.
ed, either by Eisenhower or by the
US State Department.
But prior to the Panama protest
Washington did send to Panama
Eisenhower's special assistant on
personnel, Rocco Sicilian, and a
fact-finding commission to study
the transition to the Single Wage
Plan and the Canal Zone Merit
System.
To date no report of this cont,
mission has been made public.

Theater Guild
Tryouts Start
Wednesday
Tryouts for the next Theatet
Guild production, "Ondine",
be held at the Guild Playhouse 00
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
June 3, 4 and 5, beginning each
night at 7:30.
"Ondine", a romantic phantasy
of Jean Giradoux, who also wrote
"Madwoman of Chaillot", will
directed by Don Musselman.
The east calls for 28 characteri
of both sexes and various age
levels. For those reluctant to face
the footlights, many backstage
volunteers are needed, including
carpenters, painters, electricians,
designers and make-up experts.
Anyone wiili a yen for stage wort
is invited to the tryouts.
BALBOA TIDES
MONDAY, JUNE 1
High
Time
12:00 m. 12.7 Its
12:27 p.m 13.6
Lam
Time
5:55 a.m. fts
8:34 p.p. Ima

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tAk. 50.50
Answering "'rrue Patriot" (Mail Box, May 24) who gave hell
our leader Aquilino Boyd. I must counterpunch by saYing
7::,that or political scenery there are few nonest and WAIT
Standard oearers like this nationalist young man that should
become Panama's next President.
Lawyer Boyd is asking 50 percent of the gross income of the
In.riama Canal and ".True Patriot" seems to be angry with the
Idea. I believe time has come to give this small country half of
' its own riches. Professor Pad leford of Harvard University in his
bOok "The Panama Canal In Peace and War" states that bY
t:;,,1060 America will have been reimbursed the $559.635,638.06 that
.
.,,,-tOnstitutes the capital investment of the United States in the
,
Ganal.
Panama's backbone, or what should be her best source of
is the Canal. Cuba has her sugar. Central America, Co Colombia
lombia Colombia and Brazil grow coffee. Venezuela is rich in oil and so
v on. Thest uniolerdeveloped countrie3 dePend fundamentally on
One product. Panma's main product is the Canal.
From vhat I hear, Aquilino Boyd and followers would like
50 percent net Income with joint administration. That Joint ad admbaitration
mbaitration admbaitration means that Panama would ask to raise the tolls
of' the Canal, which are now lower than in 1914 when it was o o0".
0". o0". pened. The 50 percent split of the netwith joint administra administra-
- administra- -lionmeans that Panama would scrutinize all the exPenses of
the agencies that govern the Canal.
The 50 percent net with both countries Panama and the
United States administering the Canal would mean that the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian flag would fly on all places in the Zone, and that the
authorities would be on equal legal basis.
Aquiliro Boyd is right when he wants 50 percent net of
the gross income because it's an easier formula, and the US gov government
ernment government may keep on giving the US merchant marine indirect
- subsidies in the form of low tolls. By accepting this formula of
the &I) percent there would not be major complications for juri
dical reasons with the US Congress.
Let Boyd keep on hammering on these points of view. Jus Jus'
' Jus' tice will come to Panarna sooner than some pessimists expect.
s Fair Player.

Two VERDICTS
'''' Sir:
Panamanian justice has again been done.
- The latest case is the "guilty" verdict handed down by a
composed of 12 citizens against Tilcio QUintern, and his
44,'1,17$11bsequent Sentence of 20 years to be spent in the penal Island
)14 Coiba.
4,. No tears will be shed for Tlicio, except of course by his close
.0. relatives. He confessed a year ago to chopping off the head of
'sr a friend although no one saw him do so.
--m- At 'rilcio's recent trial, be claimed he confessed under Pres Pres.4JUre
.4JUre Pres.4JUre from PanaMa'S Sectet Police, and insisted that he was no
411
Any near the, scene of tne crime the night it was committed.
'.,:!' 'But Tilcio is a humble "campesino." He is not an aristocratic
"rabi-blanco," like say Ruben O. Miro. so his word cannot be
accepted. He cannot be given the benefit of a doubt.
Miro, a slick Panama City lawyer, was in a similar scrape
-'not so low ago, but he was luckier and finally was completelv
acquitted by a jury for "lack of evidence."
Let's see, as briefly as possible, how Miro's case compared
vwith the hapless Tilcio's.
Miro confessed that he shot and killed President Jose A. Re ReniOn
niOn ReniOn and four or five other citizens but i-etracted the confession
at the trial, explaining that he was frightened into admittinrt
,to a crime he did not commit':
Miro admitted that he was in the area of the assassination
'4' site minutes after it took place. But he only went there. to see
trttIf his dearly beloved brother Carlos, had been in on the shoot-Ago-ng.
--40"- In a nutshell: no one saw Miro shoot ReMOn and the other
's." victims. No witnesses, no case. No one saw Tilcio's chon off his
Al Fiend's head. No witnesses, guilty, 20 years in jail.
16806t, Ashamed.
opows,
MANGO LOVER
1"pr:
uv-. The Pooped Mango Picker of Friday (Mail Box, May 29) ob-444triously
has no taste. At least, shall we say, he has no taste for the
"Auscious local fruit. Furthermore, he cannot be a bird toyer.
-
,,,,-- Now if this back-weary soul used the old noggin, he most cer cernainly
nainly cernainly would hop out of the sack at dawn tn heat the birds to the loot.
could gather himself a breakfast of juicy mangoes before t,he
r birds had a pecking chance.
don't know that mangoes have ever been chemically analyzed
--for vitamins aril such, but they surely must have some nutritous
,, values. The harvest has iniginesg sidelights, too. After munching
one's way to the pit, the old toothbrush is mighty nigh necessary
to extract those little orange strings. Toothpicks and dental floss
; Also help.
,; And hint to soap sellers. To wash off the murky meas. espe especially
cially especially the gooey sap from the stem, you need a scrub job. Children
require the head-to-toe treatment, sloppy adults the ear-to-ear and
.finger-to-f!lhow and very tidy adults even need to lather the finger fingertips.
tips. fingertips. Now it seems to me this complainer has missed the boat. He
should set himself up a a public relations agent for Mango Trees,
Inc. The posgibilities are trui unlimited
4i Y
Mango Muncher (Sloppy Variety)

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PANAMA, its weather and climate is for us," says Capt. Ralph
L. Heck who arrived last week to Panama with his wife via the
ITSNS Goethals from several winters and summers at Fort Riley,
Kan., "after 14 years service have found the Shangrila of the
Arzriv." And the captain, who is newly assigned as maintenance
tiler supply officer at the transportation motor pool, Corozal,
has every reason to stick to the convictions he has of t,heir new
station. He has escaped the icy winters of his former post and
on top of that upon disembarking at Cristbal, he learned he
bad been promoted from lieutenant to captain while enroute
from the States shores and was immediately officially promoted
above by .Col. Dick A. King, transportation officer, USARCAR1B,
as the captain's wife, Carol, looks on with apporval. While at
Fort Riley, Heck was assistant S 3 of the 9th Transportation
Battalion. He and his wife, married last July, had concurrent
travel from the States and have set up housekeeping at Fort
nayton. WS. Army Pboto)

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Ruarkous
1 Comments

By ROBERT C. RUARK
Rex Smith was the first import important
ant important men Imet in 'my first wee)t
41 the big city,
I expect that one way or another
he could be the last irtiportant
man I met.
When I mit him on the plane
in Barcelona for New York last
waiter, we were full of summer
pier,. and whisky.
I am not good at mourning at
the bier, so I will not slop4over a
friend that cancer collected last
k.
But I bitterly resent the fact
that Rex has spoiled my plans ior
the summer and some several
yet.rs to come.
I bitterly result the disease that
causco a friend of ours to cable
me this day: "Rex Didn't Make
It: Walker.' This man, Walker,
knew of course that Smith wts
coming to Spain to stay in my
house and see some bullfights an'd
May up late and listen to some
gypsy flamenco despite the fact
tr.dt he had some writing work lo
if there was any way to get
rait of doing any writing work,
Rex and I would have found it.
Walker would have assisted. You
c4n believe that.
Nnt enough people knew about
Smth He was red-headed, happy,
bad-tempered, prone to get drunk
in occasion, and a man of ex extreme
treme extreme parts.
Long before he started the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Sun, or orginated the edito editorial
rial editorial side of Newsweek he hired
Sinclair Lewis as the book chile
long before he and George Jean
Nathan adopted me as a baseball
fan long before he was Colonel
Smith in the last decent war, long
before he became vicepresident of
American Airlines, long before he
put together the best book on bull bullfighting
fighting bullfighting ever done in any langu langurge,
rge, langurge, long before he became the
lousiest novice pheasant-shooter I
ever saw, long before I shoved
Lim onto the plane in Barcelona,
Rex Smith was one of the best
fareign correspondents for the As Assciated
sciated Assciated Press that ever worked
out of Spain.
This. of course, was before Ro Robert
bert Robert Frost, a fair country poet,
told me that Smith was the best
poet working in the English langu language
age language today.
' Smith had an abiding love for
Spain and all things Spanish. One
day, years ago,' we had been
pheasant shooting in Connecticut
with a bunch of other bums, such
as a publisEer and an editor, and
it was snowing when we came to
New York.
Smith said: "The hell with it.
Let's go to Mexcico and see some
bullfights."

"When?' said
'Now,' said Smith.
'Why don't we go to Spain this
afternoon?'
"Too cold, this time of the year.
Anyhow, all the good bullfighters
are in Mexico.'
Some days later, driving to A Acapulco
capulco Acapulco with a car full of exu exuberant
berant exuberant people, none of whom had
not been to bed recently, Smith
popped the cork on a bottle of
champagne he had in an ice buck bucket.
et. bucket. "You known,' Rex said, "you
can't live like this on ginger ale.'
Rex could do more things better
than nearly anybody I know.
Knew. The art of tauromachy, or
hullgighting, is most intricate,
more intricate than ballet combin combined
ed combined with elephant hunting, and
Smith was the most-respected cri critic
tic critic among the professional critics
in Mexico and equally known and
remembered in Spain.
was a great editor, a very
fine reporter, and a great wnter
of either prose or poetry. IV
knew lbout art and he. was a
sparkling conversationahst joke jokemaker,
maker, jokemaker, and possibly the best pub public
lic public relations man I ever met. He
was one of the few men I ever
knew who was liked as much by
women as by men.
Basically, he was what we call
in Spanish, a servant of confid confidence.
ence. confidence. The guy you went running
to, the guv you depended on at
any hour. Mostly the hours carri carried
ed carried late.
Another mutual crony was John
Ring,ling North, and it was very
difficult to get to bed without be being
ing being sunburnt when the three awful
Awfuts got together. Rex had the
facility for attracting people. Hem
ingway was one. Tom Lea, the
painter writer, another. Peralta
on one side, and Diego de Rivera
on the other, in Mexico.
Whether Smith was in Twenty TwentyOrin
Orin TwentyOrin with me and Bob Conaidine
and George Nathan or in a gvosY
cave in Andalusia or arguing bull bullfighting
fighting bullfighting with Sydney Franklin or
quarreling about baseball with Hen
ry McLamore, there was always
action.
He had planned to live a good
part of the year in Ronda, in
Spain, because he wanted to die
in the land where he first learned
to live 10 years ago.
I don't know who'll take the
house now. All. I can say is
damn the cancer that spoiled his
plans, and mine.
He never would have been able
to hit a bull in the behind with a
'shotgun, but I had counted on hav having
ing having him handy for several hund hundred
red hundred years.-

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High Cost of Modem Living

Half a ColumnMore or LessNow and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN

WELL INFORMED,
RIGHT OR WRONG

A writer to the Mail Box May
26 made a scurrilous attack on
the late President Franidin Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt and former President Harry
Truman.
He erroneously signed his 1?t 1?tter
ter 1?tter "Well Informed," when it
should have been "Misinformed.
"Misinformed says, referring to
me ,and my column of May 17:
"He (Calhoun) wrote;' the de-1
sions they (F. D. R. and H. S. T.)
made shaped the very world we
live in today."
I did not write that as reter reterence
ence reterence to my column will show. I
quoted from the speecn of
Eleanor Roosevelt. "Misinform "Misinformed"
ed" "Misinformed" changed the "he" in her state statement
ment statement to "they."
F R. was mentioned in my
column only one time, and Indi Indirectly,
rectly, Indirectly, when his wife Eleanor re recalled
called recalled telling Vice President
Truman;
"Harry, the President Is dead.'
The 1.eminds me of another for former
mer former president of the American
Society of Panama. He was at a
dinner, probably invited because
he was president of the American
Society. This was soon after the
death of President Roosevelt. A
Panamanian cabinet minister at
the dinner innocently asked the
president of the American Socie Society
ty Society what he thought of President
Roosevelt.
"I think that he should have
died 20 years earlier," the presi president
dent president of the American Society re replied.
plied. replied. To the credit of the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian cabinet minister he tald off
the president of the American
Society in no uncertain terms
and put him in his palce.
"Misinformed" says. "Consider
these facts."
Then he retells and twists all
the lies that people of his stripe
have been telling for years.
"Misinformed would not
understand if his errors were
pointed out to him. Again I ven venture
ture venture to correct him and say that
he should have written; "ConsAder
these fancies."

President Eisenhower has denied
publicly the truth of the phoney
charge about Berlin in paragraph
8 of "Misinformed's" letter. But
he did not do it until after it had
been used by speakers in his first
compaign for President.
Another mistatement that in insults
sults insults the Intelligencie of the read readers.
ers. readers. of the Mail Box, charges
Roosevelt with making a deal
under which Stalin's forces oc occupied
cupied occupied Korea north of the 33th
parallel.
Stalin's forces never occupied
Korea north of the 38th parallel
and it was long after tb, death
of President Roosevelt that Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communists occupied North
Korea.

Thes brings us to Gen. Douglas
MacArthur and his statement, as
quoted by Misinformed, "There is
no substitute for victory."
Well, MacArthur almost proved
that statement in Korea when he
said he would have the boys
home for Christmas and then
was very nearly chased into the
sea by the Chinese Communists.
It was Gen. Matthew Ridgway,
a former commanding general in
the Canal Zone, who recovered
the MacArthur losses and push pushed
ed pushed the Chinese Communist back
across the 38th parallel.
I am willing to admit that Mac MacArthur
Arthur MacArthur would have been the
greatest general in the history
of the world, if he had been as
good as he thought trw was.
MacArthur's greatest weakness
was his modesty and hLs retiring
disposition.
A friend of mine, who spent a
lot of time with MacArthur as a
newspaper correspondent. told of

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MacArthur's return to the Phil Phillipines.
lipines. Phillipines. He landed on a gently sloping
beach from a small boat. It wasn't
necessary for anybody to get wet
feet. But MacArthur got out ol
his boat and waded ashore with
the movie cameras singing in
his race. Not only that; he was
so modest he did it a-second time
just as a, favor to the cameramen.

I had a number of friends with
MacArthur. One of 1hem was
Johnny Leonard who got his start
on the Panama American. An Another
other Another was Grattan McGroarty,
who also got his start on the
Panama American.
However neither of them told
me the foregoing story nor the
one that follows.
Ridgway was a great disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment to the Japanese when he
first took over the command
from MacArthur. That was be before
fore before they got to know him. He
spent most of his time in Korea
with the troops. Naturally there
was great curiousity about the
new commander.
The first morning Ridgway ar
rived at his headquarters in To Tokyo
kyo Tokyo the street before the baild bailding
ing bailding was crowded with expec expectant
tant expectant Japanese.
When MacArthur arrived at
headquarters it was customary to
stop all traffic on the street un until
til until he entered the door. There was
no restriction on Japantese ad.
mirers.

The General always arrived in
a huge limousine with a staff
entourage. When he left the car
he marched between a line of
smartly uniformed MPs, who
stood at attention until the ge general
neral general was safely inside the build building
ing building with his gtaff.
Ridgway took the Japs by sur

prise. He arrived In a jeep ac accompanied
companied accompanied by a second lieute lieutenant.
nant. lieutenant. There were no MPs.
The new general jumped out of
the jeep and dashed up the steps
of the building two at a time,
with the lieutenant chasing him
The Japanese, long on ceremony,
gasped with surprise, and only a
few of them saw the new com commanding
manding commanding general.-
Ridgway made the job harder
for the newspaper correspondents
as he spent most of his time
with the troops in Korea where
the living wasn't so good as in
Tokyo.
But the press boys got back at
him in a way by teaching his
young son (born in the Canal
Zone, if I'm not mistaken) to say
innocently. "Old soldiers never
die; they only fade away."

One story that came out of
Korea that I liked because it
was like Ridgway. A soldier near
the front lines was packing am ammunition
munition ammunition up a slippery trail to a
gun position on a hill. It was
cold and raining and snowing at
the same time. The going, was
tough and the load was heavy.
But to the soldier's surprise the
load suddenly became lighter. He
looked back and almost dropped
in his tracks when he saw that
the man helping him up the hill
was Ridgway.
FOOT NOTE Now don't get
a wrong idea about the American
Society. I have known of only two
presidents of the society, who
wished that the president of the
United States was dead. A long
time ago the society even eect eected
ed eected a Democrat as President, fel fellow
low fellow by the name of Gorin, gene generally
rally generally called John.

REAR ADK S. C. STEPHAN, Commander South Atlantic Force,
1.1.S. Atlantic Fleet, was greeted by Lt. Gen. Ridge ly Gaither,
commander in chief Caribbean, during an official call to the
unified command headquarters at QUarry Heights this week.
Shown above in front of Montague Hall, the Caribbean Com Command
mand Command headquarters' building, are left to right; Stephan, Gai Gaither
ther Gaither and Rear Adm. Lewis S. Parks, Commandant 15th Naval
District, Ft. Amador. Stephan participated in a military brief briefing
ing briefing with the Caribbean Com Mand staff during his visit here.
(US Army Ph OW

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OVNDAYt PUY IM

CLOTS, first there must be a rebuttal ofithe olaim of
one relipe Dade., officer. in: chitrge of spurious 41stiunian
atdm'bombs,-that-there is 'significance in the happenstance
that -upon the occasion Of -TUesday's atemio-attack "upon
Gatun there were present two gentlemarrfrorrlitif..ultra-
mar one by name of Morgan, and 'the other by barns of
Drake.
As I have been earlier obliged to point out, these two
imposters turned up on the wrong aide of the Istirtis at
the-wrong end of the month.
These two imposters? Let Dade have'-his- tight.
If the Isthmus were In need yet again of Drake and
Morgan, surely the place to set up. business would .11ave
been on the other side of the Isthmus atthesime old stand
Nombre de Dios. Around about other-and' of,the now nowexpiring
expiring nowexpiring month the choice at this same old mittAdel be between
tween between Drake, Morgan, Cesar Vega, (of Cuban Invasions,
Mc.) and Aristides Hassan (of Traffic Tickets; Jijo).
Vega and Haim made their respective arrangements,
for their respective -reasons into -which it would he des des.
. des. Courteous of me td pry.
,Where were Morgan and Drake? Dickering With Dade.
I refer, as if there could possibly be the slightest mis misconception,
conception, misconception, to Sir Robert, D. Morgan, director of tette for
the US Third Region headquarters, Office of Civil Defense
and Mobilization. Thomasville, Ga., and Adm. Harold D.
Drake, regional plins and operations officer In Charge of
singeing( the King of Spain's beard'.
What resulted from their deliberations with Dade?
The destruction of Mindi Dairy, which after the simulated
atomic.bomb was dropped on Gatun had been found to have
taken off in the simulated udder direction.
It Is not for me to question how they conduct their
atomic tests around here. If anyone wants to eliminate
Gatun, I can but observe that the cohorts of Engineering
and Construction Bureau director Robert D. Brown Jr.
know more about the engineering problems involved for the
Canal operation than I do.
But in eliminating Mindi Dairy, they trespassed upon
certain preserves of this fly-specked sheet.
If they had wished for me' not to pick this quarrel
with them, they would have done better to consult me
in advance. A courtes, nothing mdre..
Right now it looks to me as if 'Brown and Dade and
Morgan and Drake and' indeed Admiral Vernon, who I
understand from Naval Intelligence Is expected. here any
minute leading a fleet of one torpedo boat whieh Is'oapable
tf blowing Pear Adm. Lewis S. Parks' on-minesweeper
fleet out of the water (or mud), have trespassed upon my
territory.
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Not only have they blown away all the Panama Canal
Company's sacred cows. This is understatdable. President
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. recently declared himself firmly
against sacred cows, and Canal Zone Gov. William E.
Potter worthily tries to find common ground with Ernes:
tito whenever possible.
No, not only have Dade & Co. atomized the Mind!
milk, but they have supressed the casualty report offering
information as o the fate of the diarist of the dairy. Sadeye
Sam. What sort of a Civil Wens& expert padasfancies
himself to be, when ge 'ernergei' froni an atornie raid on
Mindi dairy with all sorts of pictures of Potter and Dade,
land none of the cowpa proton hat was once Sadeye
ISam, I will never know.
In fact, right now Sadeye seems to have much In
common with a certain Administration Building character,
on the point of retirement, for whom a surprise farewell
Ans eirne faoirl es utrhper issueppear irotri es s ,0 ft hteh ips r opbalne r,toateeat :Isms
party was recently planned.
Cma nwaal :
Ito the spot marked XXX without his beComing aware that
social festivities were on the agenda.
for other means to get him on the scene un
rempturily ordered him in the normal course
awdarbeuss, pre-,
to be at the certain place at the certain time. neSS
At the certain time, at a distant and uite u t I
place, cur hero was to be observed m ci ricer a ri
uttenng: "They think
they can shove me around when I've I
got ess than 48 hours
to go. I'll show 'ern."
There's an independent spirit, and then; was a Tetire Tetirement
ment Tetirement party totally independent of any u
And as for the presence or absence gofesueof honor.
ts of honor.
now join the legions of those who thingk Aare are too
many pictures in The Panama Ameri
can honoring picayune
awards. It'sone thing for an award to b
e picayune, but to
be downright defeatist Is even worse.

Take the offering which lodged in the nest of thiti
publication last week. A photo showing Civil Affair director
Henry L. Donovan presenting, a safety award certificate
to Canal Zone Policeman W. W. Burrow, of Catun Prison.
What was Donovan presenting the award for? No lost
time accident in two years, that's what.
Just how much time does Donovan expect to get lost at
Catun Prison in two years.
An accidental vaulting of the wall. two years lost by
the Canal, saved by the vaulter?
An accidental tunnelling under the wall, six months
lost by the Canal, saved by the tunneller? (Hell of a thing
about the prisoner who lost all sense of direct on, tied In his
break-out burrow with the center wall tunnel on the Gatun
Locks, went downstream on the first lockage of the next
day and hasn't been heard of since.)

s a profitable-looking number. Casey exolains that the
trouble Is that his bovs Just tren'tbittingr. Those would be
the boys who scraped toccither the bare 22 runs in a double
header againit Washington yesterday.

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Well, that's quite snough trouble for now, without
worrying for a moment why it Is that is.going to have Pan Panama
ama Panama Rai fro& soecial trains scurrying across the Isthmu4
come Father's Day to such an extent that only the real 04
Oldtimers are goinrr to be able to distinguish Mt. Hope
station from Grand Central at a comMuters' rush hour. 41
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PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week is about
the same as Casey's canny cash-catcher, Stermers New
York Yankees lurkinot lucratively lo) the cellar drawing
vastly more dollars than they were last year when they
were running about eisfht games or so ahead of the Amer.
1.0-;0. flolne, ion A-1,-,0 creme he Yanks perform.
ance of 18 games won and 23 lost makes
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. i----- Rex Smith was the first import
, Lt. iresse. IS IS YOUR EORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN ant men I met in 'my first wee)t
in the big city,
I expect that one way or another
' f""tL't 1' Ths hu BSI is an open forum for readers of The tananla American. he could be the last irtiportant
., "P71.02121 are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential man I met.
, ),Irsrerset. When I mit him on the plane
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111.1t ii--1- If yew contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the in Barcelona for New York last
,"; SP-'4seld day. Letters are published in the order received.
emit. waiter, we were full of summer
" 'e- ries. try to keep ette lefters limited to one page length.
41- UMW 4 plaer and whisky. .,
4.,i, ere- Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. I am not good at mourning at ;
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.',,:, III,..j.,, This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions lie bier, so I will not slop4over a
-4.: 11;expressed hs letters from readers.
..'.'.. -,,. friend that cancer collected last
1,, lir -. Wr ek. SP
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r r PA A 1 L B 0 X But bitterly resent the fact
that Rex has spoiled my plans ior
. 4- ,.,,,
: the summer and some several
0 yetirs to come.
. .1,,,,. f ... e,e
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50.50 I bitterly resent the disease that ?;.
. ;
, .-i-Slr: causea a friend of ours to cable
,
.
. ,:. :' Answering "'rrue Patriot" (Mail Box, May 24) who gave hell me this day: "Rex Didn't Make
.'. :,,C) our leacter Aquilino Boyd. I must countetpunch by saymg It: Walker.' This man, Walker,
l'; 7.',',',.that iri rsor political scenery there are few nonest and brave knew of course that Smith wcs 1 Cr
, .', Standard oearers like this nationalist young man that should coming to Spain to stay in my AV
,- -- ':-IaOcome Panama's next President. house and see some bullfights an'd
!!. !,.)-.
r.--, -..,, Lawyer Boyd is asking 50 percent of the gross income of the stay up late and listen to some '0i' sof fi
.:., P5,111ma Canal and ".True Patriot" seems to be angry with the gypsy flamenco despite the fact
..; ',-; Idea. I believe time has come to give this small country half of tct he had some writing work :o r. A ,'
1.:';' ? ZS own riches. Professor Padleford of Harvard University in his eo. 0,; --.7N, i't
, L-,, bOok "The Panama Canal In Peace and War" states that bY If there was any way to get
:;. ',,,1060 America will have been reimbursed the $559.635,638.06 that (Alt of doing any writing work, : ''' : .',', iu 40,, :-'-ein
7? .,i-,,ocinstitutes the caPital investment of the United States in the Rex and I would have found it. 1 ..-,1 ,,e,.,,Nelee' -:. -: ...
L' 'L 'Ganal. Walker would have assisted. You '''''' :-.A... '1r.-4' --,
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''.,' ''''' Panama's backbo'ne, or what should be her best source of cnn believe that.
Nnt enough people knew about tee,.,,?-,,,, ..'e, '1,' -,1',,.... s4 O.' '.
, ,,:ll',7.:''' . .1.17 '''': ;,, "A
' .,;:-,Income, is the Canal. Cuba has her sugar. Central America, Co CoSmi:IL
Smi:IL CoSmi:IL He was red-headed, happY, -,..,eAs Ns,
'.': lombia and Brazil grow coffee, Venezuela is rich in oil and so
bad-tempered, prone to get drunk ;...;.;;to,,,104.,e,,,,,,
,. :;',.,.ke
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4. on. Thest unelerdeveloped countrie3 dePend fundamentelly on
tirnemocecpaasirotns,. and a man of ex- '.:;-.'''''''':::''''.;:.e,!....',';..e:
,', One product. Panma's main product is the Canal.
; Aimee:,',.5.,,
'L'''' From vhat I hear, Aquilino Boyd and followers would like
:;?g," '. .,-;,:L
. 50 percent net income with joint administration. That Joint ad adeaLogongsuben.foorre
eaLogongsuben.foorre adeaLogongsuben.foorre orhegi:staatredtedththe eedCiht01-. -. vre,k,..,,.i;-tfttV:,'.t,t't,.'"-.,.:,.
. '''! mihitration means that Panama would ask to raise the tolls NEA &Utica, Inc.r:', j,...,!,,,,--,,,,....
'
.4.. of' the Canal, which are now lower thah in 1914 when it was o orial
rial orial side of Newsweek he hired sreeoriiereii,r,e4:':
, te' pened. The 50 percent split of the netwith joint administra administraN;Saianinotchnl
N;Saianinotchnl administraN;Saianinotchnl aag ni rbi oeal infdogeorwpebtt
eset ifdoear smelt nethdheae Gswebaaco oar bgkcae os cell obeinata ei incl Ha a Column,
:lienmeans that Panama would scrutinize all the expenses hoer
; the agencies that govern the Canal.
I The 50 percent net with both countries Panama and the
:
,
i United States administering the Canal would mean that the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian flag would fly on all places in the Zone, and that t
authorities would be on equal legal basis. Smith in the last decent war, long
rArphi guemfetno re,ttironell geogeahn tnegeh vebArebeirerctflhaoi denmroeenebs ee, hvsleitiocndbebgpo oaer enbekayse imoi doni eera nebntuthhuloleef:
. Aquiliqo Boyd is right when he wants 50 percentusnet of bY
, the gross income because it's an easier formula, and the i dgovt
.
ernment may keep on giving the US merchant marine n lirecf ..g.
- subsidies in the form of low tolls. By accepting this formu a 0
el ovuesri e ssta wn,o vlioc:g pbeh efeosraen t-ri osohtoevr WELL INFORMED, Ma
... the Y.1 percent there would not be major ccmplications for Juri JuriRIGHT
RIGHT JuriRIGHT OR WRONG lip:
, .dical reasons with the US Congress. edi
,' Let Boyd keep on hammering on these points tof view. Jus Lim onto the plane in Barcelona, A writer to the M,ail Box May bet
. -: tice will come to Panarna sooner than some pessim sts expect.
Fair Player. Rex Smith was one of the best 26 made a scurrilous attack On nee
. fareign correspondents for the As- the late President Franidin Roose- tee
.
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Two VERDICTS sedated Press that ever worked velt and former President Harry his
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'' Sir:
' Panamanian justice has again been done. out of Spain. Truman. the
This, of course, was before Ro- He erroneously signed his lei- his
a bert Frost, a fair country poet, ter "Well Informed," when it so
1 :e---'''4. The latest case is the "guilty" verdict handed down bY
hi told
il ,0Fr.. Alury composed of 12 citizens against Mick) QUinter0, rid s me that Smith was the best should have been "Misinformed. jus
1)1 ,ol-Subsequent Sentence of 20 Years to be sPent in the Pena eland Poet working in the English langu- "Misinformed says, referring to me
age today. me ,and my column of May 17:

tal ofithe claim of
spurious !isthmian
the happenstance
temio -attack -Upon
froml.hf.
other by tiiithe of
.
lint 'out, these two
.of the Isthmtis at
ave'-his- right.
gain of Drake and
siness would .11ave
thSsime old stand
r'and: of,the now.
old -mittAda be be'
' be' Cuban Invasiona,
Tickett;:flio).
tive arrangementa,
it would be des.
ckering WIth Dade.
the slightest mils.
irector of tetts for
De of Civil Defense
Adm. Harold D.
Moor In Charge of
Mons with Dade?
after the simulated
been found. to have
Dn
they conduct their
Nants to' eliminate
Irts of Engineering
art D. Brown Jr.
involved for the
y trespassed upon
leet.
) pick this quarrel
ter to consult me
-- '
own and Dade and
ral Vernon, who I
expected. here any 5
at whiCh 1Scapable
oni.nlinesweeper
reseassed upon my
the Panama Canal
:atdable.. President
ared himself firmly
Gov. William E.
vound with Ernes: S.
ttomized the Mindl
alt repoit offering
r the dairy. Sadeye
Kpert padelfancies
an atornic :rale on
If Potter and Dade,
was once Sadeye
to have much In
Building character,
a surprise farewell
4
em was to get him
doming aware that
1Canaler, at a loss.
me unawares, pre.
course of business
time.
.nd quite uncertain
Aring: "They think
less than 48 hours
there was a retire.
ruest of honor'.
of guests of honor.
hink Mere are too
'honoring picayune
be picayune, but to
1 the nest of WS
Civil Affair director 44 A
award certificate
v, of Gatun Prison.
award for? No lost
)(pea to get lost at
two years lost by
a wall, six months
,r? (Hell of a thing
direct on, tied in his
unnel on the Gatun
ockage of the next
4,
for now, without
going to have Pan Panacross
across Panacross the Isthmu4
that only the. real t
tinguish Mt. Hope
ters' rush hour. 4
his week is about
Stnngel's New
the cellar drawing
st year when they
ahead of the Amer
l'hrt Yanks perform.
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22 runs in a double
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SAILOR MEETS STEAK Celebrating the christening of a
newly-constructed bohio, crewmen.' of the Navy's Harbor De Defense
fense Defense Unit at Balboa marked the occasion with a steak fry.
Navy seaman Walter Goode of St. Louis, Mo., did the cooking
and, as evidenced- above, enjoyed the results.

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LONDON, Mayo 30 When the
Shah of ,Pensia recently paid Ms
State visit to 1,011011, the presence
there of nearly all the British
Royal Family was 'remarked on
as not only fortunate but excep exceptional.
tional. exceptional. The Duke of idinburgh had re returnectenly
turnectenly returnectenly a day or two earlier
from..his 15-weeks ,totar round the
, world. But altholigh by now he
,-' must siirel be the Most travel-
'led of them the Duke only
performs ,,,on A bigger ale the
peregrinationsthat Sher, members'.
of, the -.Royal cirele also
their stride.
The map-minded among us could
stick pins in many parts of the
globe marking recent Royal jour journeys
neys journeys and those to come.
ROYAL OCCASIONS

Not long ago the Duke of Glou Gloueester,
eester, Gloueester, uncle of Queeen Elizabah
II, was representing the Queen at
a Durbar of African chiefs in So Somaliland.
maliland. Somaliland. This May, the Duke and
his Duchess are in Nigeria.
Recently the Duchess of Kent
and her 'daughter, Princess Alex
andra; returned from a tour of
South America; soon the PrinCeSS
will represent the Queen in Aus Australia
tralia Australia for the centenary celebra celebrations
tions celebrations of the state of QUeenSland.
For the inauguration of an in inlb
lb inlb dependent Nigeria in October, 1960
the Queen ministers there htive
invited her sister to be her spe special
cial special representative, and Princess
Margaret has accepted.
Meanwhile. the Queens diary is
packed with engagements. near
and far.
Just now we are well embark embarked
ed embarked on the London Season, with its
round of ceremonial and social
events, presentations, inaugura inaugurations,
tions, inaugurations, garden parties and spert.
a Midway through the Season, on
June 18, the Queen and the Duke
of Edinburgh leave for their tour
of Canada, but not before complet complet'ing
'ing complet'ing a programme kaleidoscopic in
its variety.
Fixtures range from the (Peen
pelting the Atlantic congress of
parliamentarians from North At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Treaty Organization coun countries,
tries, countries, and taking the salute at the
famous Troping the Colour cere ceremony
mony ceremony on Horse Guards Parade,
London, to the Duke laying the
keel of the Royal Navy's nuctear
submarine Dreadnought at Barrow-in-Furness.
BICENTENARY CELEBRATION
None of what we might tall
these "pre-Canadian" events,
though is likely to be more pie pie,
, pie, tures9us and delightfulweather
s, permittingthan the garden party
the Queen and Hie Duke will at attend
tend attend at Kew op June 2 ta mark
the bicentenary of the Royal Bo Botanic
tanic Botanic Gardens.
Kew, on London's south-west out out,
, out, skirts, is the -most famous botanic
preserve in the world. With its li
trees -anft rhododendron dells, lily
ponds and tropical ennservatori ennservatoriles,
les, ennservatoriles, mock-ruined temples, oranger orangeries
ies orangeries and seemingly endless .vistas
of beech and fir, it is the nearest

approach to' Paradis2 ever creat created
ed created within five miles of a big city
centre.
As our overseas visitors well
know, everyone goes to Kew in
lilac time. Except in coldest wint winter,
er, winter, it is the haunt of cottrting cou couples.
ples. couples. Romance lingers there still
from the days when Princess Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, mother of King George
III, first tended her seven acre
botanic garden two centuries ago
on the yerges of Love Lane.
sqltricu RAI TOUR

The Gardens ,noW run to 340
acres, strung out. with the skill
of generations of landscape archi architects,
tects, architects, along the River Thames from
Kew Bridge to the Old Deer Palk.
Bordered by terraces and slitab
beries, some of the great glass
conservatories glisten summer ;did
winter with perpetual tropical
heat.
The Australian House, one of
the most advanced of its kind in
the world, is 'built almost endre endrely
ly endrely of glass and aluminium to take
Australian plants which prcfer
drier conditions than those in the
nearby Temperate House.
One afternoon at Kew will put
you in touch with practically ev,ry
corner of the Commonwealth.

Plants and flowers spring irom
plaees 'as far apart as the moun mountains
tains mountains of New Zeland and the for forests
ests forests of the Himalayas.
You can study crane flowers
from South Africa and sit under
asoka trees from India.
'rhe hottest spot is the Aroid
House, like a humid tropical for forest,
est, forest, a mass of climbing un6er un6ergrowth
growth un6ergrowth and great velvety blooms
in crimson and gold. Nearly as
hot is the Tropical Fern House,
noted for its three ferns from
Ceylon.
Conservatory Number Four is
the most popular rengezvous for
Britain's amateur gardeners. It
has many of those lovely flower flowering
ing flowering plants from overseas which
the ordinary man thinks he might
produce on his own patch, given
time and an' extra dosev.of sun sunshine.
shine. sunshine. There are acacias from Austrm Austrmlia
lia Austrmlia and unbelievably outsize ver versions
sions versions of our own common daf daffodil.
fodil. daffodil. hyacinth and narcissus.
ONIONS WITHOUT TEARS?
But if the back-garden potterer
wilts at the sight of giant cacti
and enormous succulents, there is
always the Kitchen Garden round
the corner with perfect specimens
of what he knows he can grow
cauliflower, cabbage, straweer straweerry,
ry, straweerry, celery, parsley and parsnip.
What Kew has not yet achieved
is the odorless onion, reported to
by a Canadian agricultural firm.
, Against this Britain can set the
latest ,sensation at the Chelsea
Flower Show in Londona new
radio-controlled lawnmower.
How wonderful it will be to lisve
the grass cut robot-fashion before
our very eyes as we sit on the
veranda, peeling Canadian onions
without tears.

By DICK DEW

LAWRENCE, Mass. WM) -:
"The South wanted our textile in industry.
dustry. industry. They got it. hope they're
satisfied.'
This statement is heard fre frequently
quently frequently in Lawrence, a textile
union "breeding ground' before
World War In those years, it
was the largest woolen and worst worsted
ed worsted center in the world.
Today, not a major mill is left.
Lawrence does not want them
back.
This city of 76,000 is close to
completing an eight year recov recovery
ery recovery program. At a peak, textile
mills here employed 40,000 per persons.
sons. persons. Now, this is down to 1,500
in Lawrence proper. When the
la4t of its major textile mills
folded in 1952, the town plunged
into a depression.
More than' 25,000 were 'unem 'unemployed.
ployed. 'unemployed. What followed was a pro program
gram program of diversification which balk
brought in more than 70 different
firms with more than 20,000 job;.'
'Unemployment sow is down to
5.000, with many of the unem unemployed
ployed unemployed being jisted as "chronic
jobless.'
There are plenty of skilled for,
mer textile workers around, doing
a variety of jobs. The younger
group, many of them wItimenwho
were highly-skilled mpnders, have
moved into new joht. Mite West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse plan t's took several
thousand and later reported the
women menders were "very
quick' to pick up the dexterity
needed for assembling smah
parts:

Most of the older textile work workers,
ers, workers, the veteran loom specialists.
retired. The middle age group
took anything it could find. They
are running elevators, working as
janitors, driving taxis.
Would they return to the mills if
they could? It's doubtful and best
expressed by Herbert Makin, 64,
who has been running an eleva elevator
tor elevator for eight years after more
than 40 years in the mills.
"I wouldn't go back for a dollar
an hour. The younger ones have
got better jobs, better working
conditions. They work the whole
year, not just part of the time.'
Would Makin return to the mills
at a higher pay, say $1.65 an
hour?
"I don't think so. I'd like to.
It's ill I ever did. But I'm kind
of used to this (running an ele elevator)
vator) elevator) now. It's steady. I'd hate
to give it up. I don't think so.'
Mayor Thomas' J. Buckley, key
figure in the city's amazing "Op "Operation
eration "Operation Bootstrap' recovery pro program,
gram, program, admits Lawrence might
accept new textile industry If it
was forthcoming, but with one
big qualification.
Buckley, who himself-worked in
the mills as a boy, said "We
would take any good firm,' heav heavily
ily heavily emphasizing the "good."
"If it was a sound industry, I
believe we would. We've brought
in a lot of industry CIO firms,
20,000 jobs) in the past few years.
"We've got plans for a big in industrial
dustrial industrial park in a blighted open
area. We need that for lost prop property
erty property evaluation. We lost a lot of
tax base on these mill proper properties...
ties... properties... the industrial park, we should
be recovered.'
"In another five years, with
John O'Malley, full-time di director
rector director of the city's Industrial Re Redevelopment
development Redevelopment Committee, said:
"We have a more stable indus industry
try industry now, a more diversified econ

of them.
LAWRENCE, Mass. (UPI) "Our unemployed today are
"The South wanted our textile in- mostly unskilled workers. If a
dustry. They got it. f hope they're skilled man is walki ng the
satisfied.' streets today, there's something
This statement is heard fre- wrong with him.
quently in Lawrence, a textile "We have some fine textila
union "breeding ground' before husiness here now. Not much.
World War In those years, it but what is left is good, firm
was the largest woolen and worst- business, good )working condiHons
ed center in the world. reasonable pay, progressive man manToday,
Today, manToday, not a major mill is left. agement. We could stand some
Lawrence does not want them more of that kind.'
back. Ralph D. Arivella, business
This city of 76,000 is close to agent of the Textile Workers
completing an eight year recov- Union of America local, sums up
ery program. At a peak, textile in two expressive words and a
mills here employed 40,000 per- shrug:
'What's left?'
sons. Now, this is down to 1,500
in Lawrence proper. When the "I know what's happening in
la4t of its major textile mills the South. It happened here. A
folded in 1952, the town plunged company gives wage increases.
into a depression. It feels it should get increased
More than' 25,000 were 'unem- Production. Southern manufactur manufactur..
.. manufactur.. era recognize orgattized workers
ployed. What followed was a pro
hive more chanee .of gaining
gram of diversification which has
through organization. They called
brought in more than 70 different
firms with more than 20,000 job;.' it 'encroachment' here. The com comUnemployment
Unemployment comUnemployment ow is down to ponies feel ihey should fight
unions. They fear them. But the
5.000, with many of the unem
union only goes in for what it
ployed being listed as "chronic
jobless.' feelr'the workers need and de deWhat's
What's deWhat's happened to the city's
There are plenty of skilled for, s,erije. That's all there is to it.'
mer textile workers around, doine
12 million feet of industrial mill
a variety of job's. The younger
space?
group, many of them wqmenwho
were highly-skilled mpoders, have Chamber of Commerce Direc Direcmoved
moved Direcmoved into new jobs'.
using eight million feet now.
Hilge West- tor Paul J.1 Greeley says, "We're
inghouse took several
We've torn down some of the
thousand and .laterreported the
women menders were "very mill buildings for off-street park parkmore...We've
more...We've parkmore...We've come a long way.
quick' to pick up the dexterity ing. We'd like to tear down some
needed for assembling smah
parts: We've added 50 million dollars to
our payrolls from 1952 to 1958.
our merchants showed business
Most of the older textile work- For the first Hme in six year's,
volume increases last year.'
ers, the veteran loom specialists.
retired. The middle age grout.
textile Industry back? They
took anything it could find. They Do the merchants want the
are running elevators, working as
janitors, driving taxis. say:
end on the price of labor. It
Would they return to the mills it "I don't think so. It would de dethey
they dethey could? It's doubtful and best P
expressed by Herbert Makin, 64, would be doubtful, anyway.'
who has been running an eleva- Labor organizations used Law Lawtor
tor Lawtor for eight years after more rence as a textile union breeding
Workers struck for the first time
than 40 years in the mills. ground before World War
in 1912, following organization by
"I wouldn't go back for a dollar
an hour. The younger ones have
got better jobs, better working the Industrial Workers of the
:onditions. They work the whole World.
year, not just. part of the time.' One woman was killed when
Would Makin return to the mills Police fired on a mob at the
at a higher pay, say $1.65 an height of a violent seven-month
lour? strike. The workers won a major
victory and for the first time es es"I
"I es"I don't think so. I'd like to. tablished collective bargaining
it's ill I ever did. But I'm kind with management in the indus indus)f
)f indus)f used to this (running an ele- try. There were other strikes in
vator) now. It's steady. I'd hate 1919 and 1921, and in 1931, in pro proto
to proto give it up. I don't think so.' test against wage cuts, the work workMayor
Mayor workMayor Thomas' J. Buckley, key ers joined the National Textile
Figure in the city's amazing "Op- Workers Unio n. The "Red
eration Bootstrap' recovery pro- Flame' of the Communist Party
gram, admits Lawrence might in the United States, Ann Burlak
accept new textile industry if it Timson, and f ellow traveler
was forthcoming, but with one Edith Berkman led the organiza organizabig
big organizabig qualification. tional drive.
Buckley, who himself-worked in Eventually, the union walked
the mills as a boy, said "We out on the strikers. Manufactur Manufacturwould
would Manufacturwould take any good firm,' heav- ers, who tuld agreed to early de deemphasizing
emphasizing deemphasizing the "good." mands, refused any concessions
"If it was a sound industry, I after the workers demanded even
believe we would. We've brought more. The strikers finally re rein
in rein a lot of industry (70 firms, turned to work without any con con20,000
20,000 con20,000 jobs) in the past few years. cessions at all and soon were
"We've got plans for a big in- given another 10 per cent cut.
dustrial park in a blighted open Against this backdrop, deteri deteriarea.
area. deteriarea. We need that for lost prop- oration of Lawrence's textile in inerty
erty inerty evaluation. We lost a lot of dustry began. It was gradual.
tax base on these mill proper- brought on by rising costs and
ties... increasing competition, mostly
the industrial park, we should from overseas but also from the
be recovered.' South.
"In anotter five years, with Mill machinery including thous thousJohn
John thousJohn .N. O'Malley, full-time di- ands of looms were left here.
rector of the city's Industrial Re- Much of the equipment; too old
development Committee, said: to save, has been sledged to
"We have a more stable indus- scrap metal; a mute, rusting re retry
try retry now, a more diversified econ- minder of what once was the
omy. Our economy now overrides textile industry in Lawrence.

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BRIG. GEN. MILTON L. OGDEN, deputy commanding general
USARCARID, present an Outstanding Award to Miss Mary Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, position classifier. civilian personnel management division. GI,
USARCARID. at an awards luncheon held at the Fort Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Open Mess last week. (US Army Photo)

THE SUNDAY AMERICAN

HOBBS SCOUTSRepresentatives of Brownie and Intermediate Girl Scout troops are pictured at the mother-and-daughter ban,
quet held by the Ft. Kobbe Girl Scouts at the Fort Kate NCO Club. In the back row, from left, are Joan Hatcher, Barbara Lem
mer, Holly Epley, Linda Walz, Greta Ann Augustine and Ann Ingram. Front row, from. left, Debbie Bodham, Doren. Donley, Lin,
da Heir, Susan Mitchum, Joyce Hatcher and Tomi Sue Goodwin.

Dutch Liner Arrives Monday
With 938 Passengers Aboard

A once familiar sight in Indone Indonesian
sian Indonesian ports, the 20,000 too Dutch
passenger liner lohan Vali Olden Oldenbarnevelt
barnevelt Oldenbarnevelt will arrive Balboa
moroing in the new round-theworld
service of her owners, the,
N.V. Stoomvaart Maatschappli1
Nederland of Amsterdam, who
have been represented at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal for over 40 years by
C. B. Fenton and Co., Inc.
She has 938 passengers aboardi
and is scheduled to transit on ar arrival
rival arrival aod berth at Cristobal.
Like other Dutch ships in the,
once-flourishing Indonesian trade
this motor-liner has been con converted
verted converted to meet the requirements
of a hitherto neglected route. She
will make four trips, each of 78
days duration, round-the-world
each year.
She has accommodation for 1210
tourist class passengers only so

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DETROIT (UPI1The hardtop,
retractable convertible will disap disappear
pear disappear from the American scene
again next year but only for a
brief period, auto industry sources
say.
The sources said Ford Motor
Co., the only company now put putting
ting putting out a retractable hardt0P,
will drop it during the 1960 model
year for several reasons.
The hardtop convertible concept
will return to the automobile
world in 1961 but it will be lim limited
ited limited to the Continental line of
Ford.
The use of the retractable hard hardtop
top hardtop concept on a luxury line of
cars is in keeping with the idea
Ford originally had when it de developed
veloped developed the modern retractable
hardtop for the Continental Mark
A switch in plans led the re retractable
tractable retractable making its first, and so
far only, appearance in a modern
form on a special ford passenger
car called the Skyliner.
Actually the removable hardtop
idea was originally conceived by
en-gineers for Dodge division of
Chrysler Corp. More than 45 years
what it called "winter cars.'
These cars, a roadster and
touring ear, boM offered remova removable
ble removable steel tops. The only catch
was that these tops had to N re removed
moved removed by hand. They also had to
be lifted on to the car by hand
and then bolted in place.
rord came mit wift, thP first

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JOHAN VAN OLDENBARNEVELT

that everyone has the full run of
the ship:
Previousl: there were many
four and six berth rooms but this
accommodation has been rebuilt
for the most part into two and
three berth cabins in a modern
style. On the upper deck there are
three special cabinsthe Mahoga Mahogany
ny Mahogany Room, Blue Room and Green
Room which offer accommodation
of an exceptional standard on this
new one-class liner.
The "Over the Ocean," "State "Stateman"
man" "Stateman" and "Palisander" lounges
are outstanding features while the
"Neptunus Tavern" has been
erected on the upper deck. A sec second
ond second swimming pool has been in.
stalled on the upper deck in the
open air which is surrounded by
a Sun Deck with Soda Fountain.
The newly decorated uCinema
Verandah and the new Ocean Bar
are situated on the lounge deck

Ford Will Drop Hardtop Convertible
Line In 1960 Says Industry Source

0
retractable hardtop which w a s
mechaniditily operated from in
side the car when it introduced
the Skyliner in December, 1956.
Ford planned this as a luxury luxurytype
type luxurytype car which would be sold on
a prestige basis.
During the 1958 model year
Ford turned out a total of 14,413
Skyliners, a relatively low pro production
duction production rate for anything but a
prestige item.
Ford currently is rushing
through a new body program for
1960, a program which originally
bad been scheduled for 1961. The
original plans for 1960 have been
junked.

Special tooling required for tho,
Sky liner was deferred in the rush
to get ready the cars which sell
in higher. volunte, because Ford
did not want to sacrifice quality.
All indications are that Skyliner
sales will be higher this year than
they were in 1958 but they will
still not be enough to classify it
as anything but a low volume car.
This same reasoning resulted in
a decision by Ford also to drop
its Ratfchero, the stylist pickup
truck which looks almost like a
passenger car, during the 1960
model year.
Both the Ranchero and the hard hardtop
top hardtop convertible were expected to
return to the Jnarket in 1961 but
the hardtop convertible will be in
the Continental line, not the Ford
line, when it returns, sources said.

whilst a new nursery adjoins the
children's deck.
A -further innovation is that the
Nederland Line is Introducing a
staff of female service personnel
in the Aft Dining Saloon. For this
purpose there are 24 specially se selected
lected selected girls on board and this is
certainly a deviation from tradi tradition
tion tradition as far as the Dutch steam steamship
ship steamship companies are concerned.

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,-, last of its major textlie mills the South. It haPPened here. A ,A,:,.....,:1, ::;',A:,.,,!;!,.. :. ... ,..,:. '-y',, : :: .!..,,,,b7,,...., ,:,,.:,-:-,..::,,.:4.:.: 4.,,,.. i'!0, ... :-.....,.:.,:. .. : :,0 .,,, .,. .. ..... I,
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wv h the most travel- ibotanie garden two centuries ago 'accept new textile industry if itlTimson, and fellow traveler 1
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brought on by rising costs and an-di -s-cheilu-lea-to- tr-a-nsit on ar- The "Over the Ocean," "State "Stateman"
man" "Stateman" and "Palisander" lounges
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from overseas but also from the rival and berth at Cristobal.
Like other Dutch ships in the, are outstanding features while the affigrill mil A mil
once-flourishing Indonesian trade "Neptunus Tavern" has been ',,,, liEt II Ing II Ablaillir II 111 in
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Mill machinery including thous- this motor-liner has been con- erected on the upper deck. A sec sececomionimmilmoommilitypoombmismosomomomp!mmorolor
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Much of the equipment; too old of a hitherto neglected route. She stalled on the upper deck in the 1 ENJOY YOUR STATESIDE :VISIT!'
to save, has been sledged to will make four trips, each of 78 open air which is surrounded by I
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invited het, sister to be her spe- ests of the Himalayas. l.09.is. 0.ETr7.7,!,..2.;:p-:i,:i::,,.:::,'AiiMnaiNii--iii-,:ip:igg,::i:,:iex:::..,.;i0:;:.::,,,:1-.. :.,.:- ii.,,:.A:::,.. -. '--
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eyents, presentations, Inauguralnot is tne Tropical tcern House, fsot-r.ellae tshluee S.kluyelineearr inwuDeneceumbinelrr,uulu9c5e6a. iz)C; tv)1'
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tinS' g h the Season, on Ceylon. sharyief yeriod, auto industry sources Ford planned this as a luxury
Midway throng
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type car which would be sold on 40.4
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June 18, the Queen and the Duke Conservatory Number Four is ?,?',.-2,-,s,;,..;;;;I.,.,:,
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of Edinburgh- leave for their tour 'the most popular rengezvous for ,;:;
FeDourinugr ethe 1958 model year
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of Canada, but not before complet- Britain
1960 I 1 I pro- '42-
Ang a programme kaleIdoscopic in has many of those lovely flower- S'.'2::,2:',2.:r,.''.
tohuet clan IYreetr amcPtaabnre nhc)awrdPtouPt:
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its variety. ing plants from overseas which -".2.... : :.::::: : .:,,:;;:ie;,: year for several reasons. duction rate for anything but a s ANAmAAtewAri
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th utomobile Ford currently is rushing
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wor n thr ugh a new body program for P .r.10 :1 1
arl amentarians from North At- time and an' extra doset,,,of sun sunshine.
shine. sunshine. MIAMI-NEW YORK
fantic Treaty Organization coun counhad
had counhad been scheduled for 1961. The
tries, and taking the se u r cere.
1 te at the There are acacias from Austra4-
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, -. ited to the Continental line of 1960, a program which originally
famous Troping the Colon lia and unbelievably outsize ver- '?'4i'42:22'4'''...442-,-,,:::,::-;;,:0244Mpikiii-. The use of the retrac original plans for 1960 have been
mon on.1-lohr..e
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submarine Dreadnought at Bar- ONIONS WITHOUT TEARS? ,:,,e.!...
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But if the back-garden potterer '':,: ':.:::::. ,110r,:n.,?1:1i:Waii:A:MinQ'i'OMM hardtop for the Continental Mark in bigher.volunfe, because Ford
BICENTENARY CELEBRATION wilts at the sight of giant cacti ;:,;.:.- :-.::::,ff --: 100.,.....",i,::,,:,,,::m::Kgx,,,::!:x;i:::-:,::
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All indications are that Skyliner
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None of what we might tall always the Kitchen Garden round -- .;,;. eitcmh aiknin gplattnss tilresdt: tahned rseo rseo.'
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these "pre-Canadian" events, the corner with perfect specimens -: 1,:
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though is likely to be more pie- of what he knows he can grow ::,i,..: ,-,
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he Queen and Ahe Duke will at- What Kew has not yet achieved ;ii.:...i-:::.:!:,::::::::::.:.:.:,::,i,::: .,::.,,::.,..,::.:.;.,:::.,,r!'"KI44,4evillaWiiAIW,.. idea was originally conceived by 3:30 Baseball 9:30 Willy
a decision by Ford also to drop
tend at Kew op June 2 to mark is the odorless onion, reported to ,is7,01(...,..A.a.:........... i.,...11......:,....:. .,,..,,,...,:..,!........... :;..:: ,.,,::,,,,:.,:.....,.,.",.;oc::,,i,::. -. .:::::i,i4':wi:''$..:,M engineers for Dodge division of 5:30 Chapel of the Aix 10:00 Star Performanc
le the bicentenary of the Royal Bo- hY a Canadian agriculturai firm. P':':.44.:Jelt.:-t'r-0:.:4g,ELVi.M.:,44.4..,;tft:':'iiiiiii':::!.:04::4,:ai::::':: Chrysler corn More than 45 years its Ratfchero, the stylist pickup ii,on Sacred Heart 1010 Voice of Fireetone
truck which looks almost like a 615 CFN NEWS 11:00 CM NEWS 4
tanic Gardens. , Against this Britain can set Me ,,,,.4::':::,,:iieC:Kr:,.1:'... ,..,,,a7A.,,,:-' 4i:,,i4,,,':. ' '':'i.,."::Y;',:.,:.!' -. '''.!:::.:.'...: Wh I t it called "winter cars.' 6730 Treasure
Passenger car during the 1960 11:05 Eric: Colonel Flack and
Kew, on London's south-west out- Iatest ,,sensation at the Chelsea tqlip-.' -;'.X1rt,, 50.A.If;R:,:s,,,MV,A1:::'.,40,,,, ..::.:4:1: ,..-,':':':'. :''''''' :;!: These c ars, a roadster a nd 8 1 1 7:00 This Is Your Lite Highway Patml .1
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SATURDAY EVENING AT FORT AMADOR CHAPEL
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,The new chapel at Fort Amador will be the scene Saturday
wretthill at 7:30 of the wedding of Miss Candid Rudas of Patna.
MA City and Stephen J. Gum III, who is assigned to Amador with
the Army.
Chaplain Gregory Kennedy will officiate at the nuptial serv service,
ice, service, A reception is planned to follow the ceremony at the chapel.
bridegrooM-elect is the son of Maj. and Mrs. Stephan J.
Cruse of Fort Lee, Va.

Invitations issuod
For JIM Morriss,
Of Miss Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Ross David Davidalb
alb Davidalb of Fort Amador have issued
bvitations for the wedding of their
daughter Allison Ross to Ens.
Joseph Richard Scrabis.
The nuptial vows will he ex exchanged
changed exchanged Saturday, June 20, al 3
p.m, in the Dixit Kiefer Memorial
Chapel at the Quonset Point, R.
Naval Air Station.
Atlantic Side Employes
To via Partied Friday
Percy A. Lawrence and Doyle
Snyder, Atlantic Locks employes
will be honored with a retirement
party Friday evening at 6:30 in
the Cristobal Skyroorn.
The event is being sponsored by
the Atilintic LOck Emplbyes Asso Association
ciation Association with E. C. Stichritz chair chairM
M chairM 111. All friends and co-workers
are invited to attend. In charge
of reservations are Ernie Stie
britz 3-169; Ed Millspaugh 5-421;
and T. F. Gibson 3-2815.
Saturday Luncheon Honors
Miss Linda Erikson
Miss Linda Erikson who will
br married June 16 to Tom Gih Gih8011
8011 Gih8011 of Margarita was honored
Saturday at a luncheon party giv givon
on givon by Miss Sarah Whitener and
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'11 iLl',ifi; 4 ,,- boo trees throw cascades which see if she isn't taking over respon responchallenge
challenge responchallenge the water's spray. Mass- ebilities that should be h d ) yearbook the 1959 Caribbean, to
th S ; t f
e ori o Cristobal Hiat Hudson and Jean Simmons, is
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ii': : lit- ':s .7' plan now to see the es of ginger blies dig In thirsty -I s are school..
KANGAROOS INCREASBF 7 j
. 1 MEXANA FOR roots between flushed stones. Now rian Sunday school teacher and
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YWCA approYWCA leader.
to,w, with the coming rains they will tie BEAR POPULATION DROPS priate since he Tigers will be
Beforo he left London Somer- SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) A
I a garland of fragrant white moving into their new den in Sep- delegRtion of sheep farmers, Bag
t..... "earl:zed F EVERYONE n..: ti
rtiCrtty P blooms 'round my isle. KNOXVILLE Tenn. (UPI) tember. set Maugham paused to note
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,ow.. Heat At night another pungent per- Arthur Stupka, head park nature- May 21, the yearbooks were dis- that he'd watched his first rock
'n' roll exhibition at his grand- complained to authorities here
thRt et;Eht fill111011 kanearaosal kanearaosal,
, kanearaosal, .....', ; :-0:,-,,,,, fume comes from the moonliow. list, said yesterday there will be tributed and are being. enjoyed by most equal to Australia's total
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d .4. daughter's coming-out partyand
Is overrunning graz graz.4..40
.4..40 graz.4..40 efevezeo ers, also known as angels' trum fewer bears in the Great Smoky everyone. The cover is an aerial his observation ought to be re- Dormlation
lands In far western New
H S et Rash pets for the shape of their bloa- Mountains National Park this sum- photo of the school in a different garded as definitive. "I must hilt
, e,,-,-, ,.4.4g....-t ::::::',.:A.''.,; ,4'.f; :'' Athlete's soms, graceful and etheric in their mer. Stunka said about 100 bears assortment of colors. say they danced it rather well," ou a es.
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- ,,iFott'r,4-k.;,,,',,,,,,, I H ,,0 white vesture. They are !laid to I were killed when they wandered is one of the best yearTbrooulk etvhel;
he conceded. Rome society is
4., ,v.. ,,,, Foot contain belladonna and of them' out of the park. produced by the most excellent
FAT AVIAY
.... devoting considerable converse converse.,
., converse., ''''..4..,.- ,e,..40 0 0, jonrnalism class in CHS. tion to the full-blown romance ,sLiti
04. r,,, Z ., Wednesday and Thursda
thl Y' between the lovely Princess Lau Lau.
. Lau. N IV ...... Namur
last week, the final exams were domia Hercoldni and Italy's cur
v-ta ., ,, ' If fat ruins yeur figure er Staked
given. and school is now out. 'rhe
, Friday JUNE 12 7e (fri ,A'
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i v,r 4 Get the one and only report cards are being mailed this rent top flicker idol, Maurizio A- zee short of breath iutd endangeno
rena. Less than a ear .ago, the rour health. you will find,it lair tfi
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In the Cabaa Club f .' year to the students.
Princest attemote suicide be- velem with the new RellYwood
, !method remade. No drastio dieting
1 k Today at the CHS Auditorium,
Entrance $1
1 GERM-FIGHTING TOOTHBRUSII Baccalaureate services will be cause of .ber broken idyll with or exercise. Ask your drugstore for
There Is !loth- an auto industrialist, but every- vil od d
held at 5 p.m., and tomorrow.. at rm e. an start slimming at ones.)
I n g finer than thing's sunny now-that the screen
,(Iss, Seven charming
:x:, ., ...., ..."1 MEXANA Med- Reaches you Surgically Sterile t 8 p.m., in the CHS Auditorium, hero is her constant escort. !.
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e moio to stay Activty Anti-,,,,,
::! .,.., : alleviate prickly These events will end the school
,,,,, ,i -.---i,-,:L heat. septic for up to 4 months m use!
,:... Dancing Music 1 year, and will also end the occu- IT'S NOT TOO LATE
, With MPXANA ki,,i, ili1 Inhibits or destroys ALL types
Special BARBECUE orAIA Medicated Pow- nation of old CHS in New Cristo- I
d e r your baby
i of germs that fall on or hold to it I bal.
other attractions win he free 'SY If you are not leaving the Isthmus, make the most
- trom diaper rash. f'sbitt In September. school will begin
of your Summer Vacation. Combine pleasure with loam loam,
, loam, Door prizes-3 rose pOINO MEXANA Med Med1
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, in the new building in Coco Solo.
'rated Powder le Altliough it will be a different inf. Regiter with
Marie Reid bathing sults 1..1..1'. 6
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building in a different location. '
. :- mEOICADO unaurpassed for
Athlete's foot. i '4.. m 1 I t a a DOROTHY :CHASE
. -1, the name and spirit of the school
, ,b T ,m,iii,Lil,,,i,i:,;k.iii;,,.,;.', I '''.114441,,,kottot. t Sire the same.
a, So, best of- luck to the future at her new Studio in the Knights of Columbus Ball.
, if NEW G seniors who will be the leaders of Mrs. Chase offers the ve finest training in Ballet
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Mrs. J. E. Whitener at their home
at Quarry Heights.
Place cards following a bridal
motif were made by Miss White Whitener
ner Whitener and an arrangement of white
carnations and gardenias was used
as a centerpiece. At the honored
guest's place was. a gift of crystal
from the hostesses.
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son mother of the bride-elect;
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the dessert card party.
Fort San Lorenzo
Featured On Film
At Museum Meeting
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at a meeting of the Panama Na National
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evening.
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When I awaken in the morning
it is to the symphony of the river
that flows around my tiny isiand
and to the chorus of the birds tnat
share it with me.
In my pulse there is an echo of
the tempo of the rushing water.
HUrry, the day is on! But my
heart takes to resounding the song
of the birds, making each day cLie
of delight to enjoy in this heautl heautlful
ful heautlful jungle spot.
The fo:iage 'round the clearing
where my house stands is much
the same as I found itdense and
full of lure.
One giant tree, high above the
thicket, overshadows the test. In
it the perdiz has her nest, in
which she lays eggs blue as aqua aquamarine.
marine. aquamarine. I can see her stretch her
neck against the sky.
I know not what most of thc
trees and bushes are, nor froni
where they stem. To me-that is
the beauty of it all.
The lianas hang like streamers
from branch and bough. The phi philodendron
lodendron philodendron wind themselves 'round
trunks and trees, eager to feed.
Their fingery design enhances pat patterns
terns patterns made of shadow and of
light; their leaves vie with the
spiky air plants for space and for
the flickering of the sun. h e
fern trees have assented to a
place in the shade. But from the
way their crowns open like fount fountains
ains fountains from the slender flutes one
knows that they, too, are ready
to gather their share of what the
sun has to offer.
In the verdure glimpse the shy
mimosa showing off its reddish
blooming tufts. The leaves retract
and go dormant at the slightest
touch. I recall having read that
far back in the 1600's a botany
sgientist went out of his mina in
his frantic efforts to find out the
how and why of such conditioned
sensitivity. The colibri, who find
their joy in swinging back and
forth on the delicate limbs, pay
no mind to that at all.
Beneath it all the begonias
thrive, lifting their clustered neads
of white and palest pink from the
mossy green rug of the ground.
Near the house a wild o a k
grows. There the bluebirds live
and enjoy the canopy of its pro profuse
fuse profuse yellowsih green foliage. The
young ones are now ready to fly.
Beside my balcony the jacarin jacarinda
da jacarinda is showering its violet petals
on the grass. The tree wee plant planted
ed planted by a friend who has long since
passed on.
Over the river's edge the bam bamboo
boo bamboo trees throw cascades which
challenge the water's spray. Mass Masses
es Masses of ginger lilies dig In thirsty
roots between flushed stones. Now
with the coming rains they will tie
a garland of fragrant white
blooms 'round my isle.
At night another pungent per perfume
fume perfume comes from the moonflow moonflowers,
ers, moonflowers, also known as angels' trum trumpets
pets trumpets for the shape of their blos blossoms,
soms, blossoms, graceful and etheric in their
white vesture. They are said to
contain belladonna and of them
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a legend goes that ii you sleep un under
der under their awning at night you will
not wake again. I wonder if the
recipe holds. Be that as it may,
the tree-like shrubs never seem
to tire of puttifig forth bugles.
How lovely is my island a
paradise in which to dwell.
And yet at times, when my eyes
follow the birds in their flight to.
wards blue peaks and lofty clouds
I long to take off for distant lands
of other charms, only to return
this magnificent spot under the
rainbows.
Ran Milt Sayim
Don't expect your husband to
come right out and tell you that:
, You ought to get busy and lose
some weight. (But if he frequent frequently
ly frequently admires the good looks of the
women you know who have kept
their figures, you certainly ought
to take Was-a broad hint that he
would like it better if there were a
little less of you.)
You're a poor housekeeper.
(But don't ignore the storm sig signals
nals signals when he complains that he
never can find anything in all the
clutter or that you are out of some
household necessity again, or sug suggests
gests suggests that, you get the children to
clean up their rooms.)
Your social life is pretty dull.
(But if he says "not the Joneses,
again" when you mention that the
Joneses are going to drop by for
an evening of bridge, ydu had bet better
ter better check up to see if you haven't
narrowed your friendships to such
an eztent that your social hle
in a rut.)
You no longer bother to lissen
when he tries to talk to you. (But
if you've wondered why your hus husband
band husband doesn't. talk about his work
or his hobbies or discies the books
he reads with you, chances are
you quit really listening to him a
long ago.)
You are so absorbed in the lives
of your children that you don't
have much time for him. (But if
he looks disappoinked when you
tell him' you 'can't go to a dinner
or meeting with him because
you've got to help Sis get dressed
for a dance, or because ,Buddy
has a line to say in the school phy,
look out. Your husband probaoly
rightly 'eels that he shouldn't al always
ways always be the one who can, get a along
long along without you.)
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circle. (But when a man begins
to say to his children, "You had
better ask ycpur Mother'" it's time
for his wife to start checking to
see if she isn't taking over respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities that should be shared.)
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Burning Bright
,Ilmam'
By BOB BLAIR
lietto friends! With school at a
close, It's time to bring you the
Iasi. article ot this series atom the
halls of old Cristobal High.
Everyone be sorry to leave
the building that h4s been used
for so many years. But, the stu students
dents students will leave the old building,
and go into the new CHS next
year with a feeling of keeping
those old traditions which were
adopted in the old building. On
with the news!
Since yours truly was unable to
do an artictr for. last week be because
cause because of tku. high level of school
work, he wal now bring you
some to hews.
The girls' swiniming team won
the interscholastic championship
as they won all three of their
meets. Outstanding girl swimmer
for the year was Jean Seaman:
The boys did not do as well a against
gainst against a struig Balboa s wim
team, but the breast stroke cham champion,
pion, champion, Gerarde DeTore was named
as the outstanding boy swimmer
for the Tigers. Congratulatiosis to
Coach Dedeaux, and all theswim
team members, on some fine
swimming this year.
The annual awards assembly
was held on May 20, and there
were many awards given out to
those students who have excelled
in different fields.
Jean Seaman and Claire White
won two $500 scholarships, and
Claire White and Bill Hayes were
named as the outstanding senior
boy and girl.
In sports, Russell Favorite was
named as the most valuable foot football
ball football player for 1958: and Don
Humphrey received that same a award
ward award in baseball, as did Keith Ku Kulig
lig Kulig in basketball.
Keith Kulig, Dt,n Hum,phrey, and
Dian-e Hickey all were named as
the outstanding athletes for this
year.
The Cristobal High Yearbook,
Caribbean. was (also dedicated at
the assembly.
The dedication was a unique
one. and reads as follows:
"We do not dedicate this book,
to buildings old or new, for build buildings
ings buildings do not make a school, 'but
loyal deeds and true. Its students.
(lasses. lea(hers. g M eS the
dances, plays, the songs; festivals,'
all school events, to these our
hearts belong.
Where'er you are, oh CHS,
wherever on the Zone, our dedi dedication
cation dedication of this book honors our
school home. We, the students of
Cristobal High School dedicate this
yearbook the 1959 Caribbean, to
the Spirit of Cristobal High
School."
This dedication is very appro-1
priate since he Tigers will be
moving into their new den in Sep September.
tember. September. May 21, the yearbooks were dis distributed
tributed distributed and are being. enjoyed by
everyone. The cover is an aerial
photo of the school in a different
assortment of colors. Truly, this
is one of the best yearbooks ever
produced by the most excellent
jotirnalism class in CHS.
On Wednesday and Thursday,
last week, the final exams were
given. and school is now out. The
report cards are being mailed this
year to the students.
Today at the CHS Auditoriumt
Baccalaureate services will be
held at 5 p.m., and tomorrow. at
8 p.m., in the CHS Auditorium,
Commencettent 'will be held.
These events will end the school
year, and will also end the occu occupation
pation occupation of old CHS in New Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. In September. school will begin
in the new building in Coco Solo.
Although it will be a different
building in a different location.
the name and spirit of the school
are the same.
So, best of- luck to the future
seniors who will be the leaders of
a new school.
Yours trulit will be graduating
on June 1, ard he hopes you all
' will take good care of yourselves.
Rest of hick to all my readers!
Bye!
rIrTr,"""7.47-41"r15,
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BROADWAY BULLETIN BOARD Joey Frye has portcayed a horse
player in so many Broadway
One of Fidel Castro's closest shows, the fine line between fact
New York, chums was stricken and .fiction probably has ceased
by a heart attack soon atter his to exist for him. Because when
participation n Fidel's wild vis- he was piaci) up on a bookmak bookmakit
it bookmakit to this neighborhood. Singer ing charge in Hollywood the otn otnDick
Dick otnDick Roman, the curly haired er day, he had t. admit he didn't
newcomer who made $53,000 last know whether or not 4ha prac pracyear
year pracyear after winning the Arthur tice was illegaL
aedirey contest, may take anoth another
er another giant step forward in his ca- When Barney Ross picked
reel.. He's being flown to Collier- Floyd Patterson to Win over his
are you ready?"a young Nei
Harlem--a Broadway bettors
nia to test for a role requiring swedish expeent, haff of the
son Eddy type with -teemge alr switched their money to Johann.
boxer than gambler, has been
peal". .Members of an Amen- Kr.
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choosing the
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toe a es wLeitcshg uteo ate ammore hIctoSnesirsvgartieev tie
zor years.). lacquer Tati, who
telecast when he Was presented
come to Manhattan. Some of scored on the Academy Awards
thyemtnebecoddam.bone ras
with a special Oscar, has aveed
enthusiastic cuties. .Patti Page
ps hu rs sduei t ebi my eor ev eerd eerdto
to eerdto appear on TV in Parisafter
and Charles O'Curran are hop- holding out ior lairs. He t o I d
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candor: "Personally television
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go abroad to meet them. Joan giant name at the movie box of ofCaulfield's
Caulfield's ofCaulfield's outgoing h u s b a n d, fices has Ms studio frantic with
Frank Boss is dating Jeannie worry because now he won't e eMartin,
Martin, eMartin, a young actress. Alan ven date the Hollywood beauties
Ladd's liver trouble is serious. for publicity purposes. And he's
so valuable they can't force him
It's generally agreed that to do anything he doesn't want to
"The Nun's Story," a powerful do.
book, is marvelously effective in
its screen adaptation. One of Les Brown and band are apt
Fred Zinneman's production ee. to be tha musical crew when
crets is interesting! Ballerinas Steve Allen's show emanates
from the Royal Opera of Rome from the West coast next sea
were engaged to portray the no. son. .Big changes are upcom upcomvice
vice upcomvice nuns in convent and chapel ing in Naval Operationgperson Operationgpersonsequences:
sequences: Operationgpersonsequences: ht. decided to use nel department, especiallywithin
dancers rather than actresses be- the next month or so . Xenneth
cause their grace and poise em- Patchen. who intones his own
bled them to perform the elo- poetry before adoring audiences
quently silent gestures and spir. of "beats." will have to take five
itual quality characteristic of the soon. He's due to enter to hosni hosninuns.
nuns. hosninuns. .0ne of' the major disc tat for throat surgery. .A new
firms is in the process zif what honor h.,. Maurice Chevalier.To Chevalier.Tois
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buy conbuy albums at around 70 cents a scions, dig, the tune titled "Diet
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for a smaller firm, but the olate milk shskes, pizzas, and
parent company of the outfit in- other adolescent necessities.
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parent company of the outfit in- Swity.rind recuperating from
volved can afford to support the hepatitis, reports that he feels
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roll. .Cindy Robbins, the volup- to be in New York for the pre pretuous
tuous pretuous starlet who almost steals miere of "The Horse Soldiers,"
"This Earth Is Mine" from Rick at the Aator on June 2e.
Hudson and Jean Simmons, is
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that he'd watched his first rock complained to authorities here
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say they danced it rather well," South Wales.
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The firepower mobility and
communications techniques of the
modem U.S. Army were de demonstrated
monstrated demonstrated at Fort Kobbe Friday
for-'154 students of the U.S. Army
Caribbean School Port Gulick
who' witnessed -situations similar
to actual combat combatSixteen
Sixteen combatSixteen Latin American' coun countries
tries countries were represented among .the
visiting officers as the semi-annual
affair was staged by the
lst Battle Group 20th Infantry
The two-part exhibition included
a communicationa displly at
Sykes' Field Climaxed by an
aerial pick-up and elelivery of a
message ming an L-19 aircrlft
and an infantry-tank )demonstra
tion which showed the teamwork
necessary when employing armor
and infantry together.
Touched off with the firing of a
special signal flare, the ,infantry
tank team presented six tactieal
situations at Venado Beach to de de'get
'get de'get how much a .team werlid
emirate in combat. Visiting
students watched friendly infantry
forces engage and-destroy an "ag "aggressor'
gressor' "aggressor' tank hunter team.
They witnessed action as the in infantry
fantry infantry troops detected anti-tank
mines and guided the tank
threugh a safe lane.
rre was directed at an "ene "enemy'
my' "enemy' gun emplacement by means
of a telephone in the rear of the
tpnk.
An infrantryman sireulated firing
a tracer round from his rifle to
pinpoint the location of an enemy
machine ,gun position and the
tanks in turn destroyed the men menace
ace menace to foot troops.
Then the tank plowed through a
barbed wire obstruction and de detonated
tonated detonated the anti-personnel mines
which were in the entanglement.
when .the aggressor forces were
eliminated the infantry mounted
the tanks and disappeared from
view in much tha same -manner as.
when contact with the enemy hes
13,,en lost and the troops must rav ravel
el ravel a great distance in a short
length of time.
Immediately afterwards a T-3
Jet simulated a strafing and
bombing attack on the aggresgors
who were located on a nearby hill.
The infantry then maneuvered to towards
wards towards their line of departure and
were joined by the tanks.
As the team neared the object objective
ive objective pre planted demolition
charges exploded to simulate ar artillery
tillery artillery and mortar fire. The tankinfantry-
partt of the demonstration
was concluded as the team over
ran the aggressors and set up its
eafenses.
tailleflitatitrt dernotiettation
was narrated by Maj. Guillermo
Rodriguez of Colombia one of
the students. The infantrymen
were members of the ist Platoon
of B Company lst Battle Group
led by Capt. John L. LeWis pro project
ject project officer for 'this part of the de demonstration.
monstration. demonstration. The- 1st Platoon
leader was 2nd Lt. Dnald J. Ro Roberts
berts Roberts and the platoon sergeent
was M-Sgt. Willie J. Mandrel
Tankers participating in the de demonstration
monstration demonstration were the 2nd. Pittoon
of D Company 34th Armor under
the leadership of lst Lt. Willard
D, Conklin Sgt. Jerome P. Dies Diesing
ing Diesing and his assistant Sic. Class
On B. Holcomb all 'of whom are
tank' commanders. The other two
tank commanders were Sfs. Mil Miller
ler Miller Vi. Magness and Calvin J.
Griffin.,,
The com munications display
and demonstration was prepar prepared
ed prepared under the direction of Capt. Ro Robert
bert Robert Gilliem battle group com comrunicationa
runicationa comrunicationa offker and describ described
ed described in Spanish by Lts. Jaime Be Bejarano
jarano Bejarano and.Oscar.Perez guest in instructors
structors instructors from Peru at the USAR USARCA
CA USARCA RIB School.
In addition to the static displatt
of communications equipment on
hand for inspection the ntudent
officers saw examnles of the cor corrat
rat corrat itapq e,e
equipinent centered mainly
around wire-laying techniques
and radio communications.
lst. Lt. Wiley Williamson piloted
the 10-19 aircraft used .eltw,tzuLthis
segment of the day's actiijK:es.

A MIL DEFENSE RADIO, CREW receives Anstructions Irt setting
Area., Shortly afterwards, Canal Zontocivil defense forces which
out to begin disister ..operations. (Left to right) 4re: J. L. Hickey
Charles E:Detore E, Coffet:litne fleas and William Rankin.

'ERZ SUNDAY AMERICAN

LATIN AMERICAN OFFICERS from the 1.1. S. Army Caribbean School, Fort Gulick, inspect a
Walker Bulldog tank at a tank-infantry demonstration held at Venado Beach, Fort Kobbe.
The instructor is Sfc Jesus C. Garcia of lst Battle Group 20th Infantry. Clockwise from left to
right: Lt. Francisco Jose Bustamante M. from Caracas, Venezuela; Lt. Felipe Lopez Tel lo Nu Nufiez
fiez Nufiez from Mexico; Capt. Francisco Montalvo Jaramillo from Quit Ecuador Lt. Manuel A.
Sandini M. from Managua. Nicaragua; Lt, Col. Pedro Maria Nieto Bastos from Caracas, Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, and Garcia. (US Army Photo)

ALLIAL WIRELAY1NG TECIINIQUE,lst. Lt. Wiley Williamson, Army ',Aviation Detachment.
lat Bath Group,10th Infantry, piloted an L-19 aircraft which demonstrated aerial wire-lav

ing techniques for 120 officers from 16 Latin A merican countries attending the Vnited States
Army Caribbean School, Fort Gulick. The communications exhibition tt9ok place on Sykes
,
Field at Fort Kobbe. Later, the students saw a Tank-Infantry weapons demonstration at an
area near Fort Kobbe.

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MEDITATION

(Presanted by the Department
of Christian Education of the E Episcopal
piscopal Episcopal Church in the Missions Missionsry
ry Missionsry Diocese of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Zert.)

THE DAY OF THE LORD
"For HI Lord of hosts has a
day. RSV.'
There is a double sense in which
our title may be used. Today is
the Lord's Day when we worship
God in Nis church! For the an ancients,
cients, ancients, the term had the meaning
of judgment day. God would come
to punish tbe wicked and vindicate
the righteous.
Yet there is a connection be between
tween between the two meanings. It is on
the Lord's Day that we learn that
every day belongs to Him and we
must render account. At the same
time it is on the Lord's Day that
we learn how to serve Him aright
and are given the strength and
power necessary. This is the mean meaning
ing meaning of today's Collect.
The prophet is concerned with
two evils of his day which- keep
men from serving God. The first
is absorption in things. The second
is pride, the by-product of the
first. It is as we make holy the
T nrd's Day that we find the anti antidote.
dote. antidote. "0 God, the strength of all
thosP who put their trust in thee:
Men I ully accept our prayers; and
because, through the weakness of
our mortal nature, we can do no
good thing without thee, grant us
the help of thy grace, that in
keeping thy commandments we
may please, thee, both in will and
deed; through JeNus Christ our
Lord. Amen.'

Vacationers In US
Get tols,01 Chance
To Choose Events

NEW YORK, May 30 (UPI)
Wondering where to go this va vacation
cation vacation season? Here are some
special events scheduled for the
months ahead:
Colorado's 1959 Centennial.
"Rush to theRockies" IS the cele celebration's
bration's celebration's motto, and the program
is year-long and extensive.
Oregon's Centenniai Exposition
(June 10 tp Sept. 17) AM inter internatinall
natinall internatinall trade fair in Portland
during the Centennial's first
week.
Chesapeake Bay Fishing Fair
at Rose Haven, Md., in August.
The three-state (Vermont, New
York, New Jersey) Hudson-Champlaim
Celebration, through Octo October,'
ber,' October,' w, ith a special New York
City' dbseryance, "City of Light,"
beginning June 14.
Bosto n's "Freedom Trail,"
Virginia's historic trainglo
Jamestown. Yorkstown, Williams
burg commemorates the na nation's
tion's nation's beginnings in Jamestown
Festival Park and nearby cen centers,
ters, centers, beginning June.
spring and summer-long. points
the way to historic buildings and
monuments.
Seattle's Seafair and Gold Cup
Hydroplane races, July 31 to Aug.
9.
The "foliage" toure of New En England
gland England blossoms, harvest, fall
colors thorugh October.
In Canada. Vancouver's Inter International
national International Festival of the Arts, Ju July
ly July 11 to Aug.: new music, world fa famous
mous famous conductors, Japanese and
Spanish dancers, drama pre premieres.
mieres. premieres.
Chicago's International Trade
Fair. July 2-18: also-,Festival of
the Americas, Aug. 2 to Sept. 7,
and Pan American Games, Aug.
27-Sept. 7.
New York City Summer Fes Festival,
tival, Festival, June through Labor DRY;
snecial events include Hlidson Ce Celehratton,
lehratton, Celehratton, Shakesneare Festival.
Washington, D.C., mecca for
tourists. all season until school
opens in the fall.

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OTHER NATIONS:
NORWAY
INDIA 1.2
BRITAIN 1.0
CANADA .9

JAPAN1 INDIA .,.... 12 1
BRITAIN ... 1.0
CANADA ... .9
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U.S. SUPPINQ The United
States, including Alaska, retains
second place as a fishing nation
but is falling behind the No. 1;
Japan. In 1957, latest figures
available, Japanese fishermen
caught 18 per cent of the world
total. Red China and Russia are
pulling abreast of the United
States in the fishing industry.

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One dead of night In the vast calm of the
Northern sea, the ghostly appearance of a
mountain of ice ripped into the gay laughter
and lilting music of happy voyagers to en engulf
gulf engulf them in a catastrophe that 'hook the
weed. This now almost legendary account
of the queen of luxury Iners, "Titanic" has
been re-created on the screen by Rank Or Organization
ganization Organization in "A NIGHT TO REMEMBER,"
which comes nest Thursday at the Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Theatre, in a tripping, suspenseful film
that has spared neither imagination, ex expense
pense expense nor energy in the telling of one of the
most vivid moments of the past half century,
when the celebrated "floating palace," on
her maiden voyage, wag host to the greatest

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MRS. SUSANNE GRAHAM (left) checks a casual ty tag on one of the simulated wounded in His
disaster area on the Atlantic side during civil de tense operations of Operation Alert 1959, Tuesday
morning. Ready to take over are two stretcher bearers of the Canal Zone's Civil Defense forces
Wilfred Barrow (center) and Joseph Gray. The patient is Leopold Welch.
(US Army Photo)

"A NIGHT TO REM.EMBER'

ONE OF THE TEN BEST COMES ON THURSDAY
TO THE BELLA VISTA

marine disaster of our times, taking the livel
of more than 1500 individuals.
"A NIGHT TO REMEMBER" Is tremend tremendous
ous tremendous in eVery dimension that the word ean
imply. Based on Waiter Lord's book,-producer
Wi Riam MacQuitty has fashioned a
film story of personal heroism, bravery,and
self sacrifice that is as towering on its
strength as the great vessel Itself, And la
enacted by a line-up of star-power'asdistinPlished
and glittering as the celebrities that
crowded the "Titanic" passenger list.

Don't miss this thrilling drama, which .!
opens next Thursday at the Bella Vista Theatre.

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, our title may be used. Today is
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tries were represented among the ..,::.,.Ai:..s.!;-.,.. ;:. .::.,......,,...,,T,,,,,::,-"':;P:,.1 4,M.',;:;' :.',?,..,.,..s.,,,,,,s,, ;,,,,.,4:,k,i,.:,,". -: ....;,,.,, the Lord's Day when we worship 41 t
visiting officers as the semi-an- ,,-:,,!,4!,:,.::,,, ,-,,,,,.,....,......., ..............,...,:::..:,:, ..... .. y
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mai affair- was Staged bY the ...:;:.,:i.,..,,,-t,,,,,,,,,,-,:--t-,:.,,::::,,,-,.: :,,,, ,,?
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-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,x,;-;, -- : rtte....."400,Ae.r;st rik,i,4,.,i. ,:,;:!:.7. ..::...:.;..,..::......;...;:::....... .; .. acie jnutds,gmtheenttedramy. hGadocithwenumideacnominge
lst Battle Group 20th InfantrY ,,,,, ,:"',... :'.,.'::-,...,,,,,:,?:;.,,,....,.:.::..,,,,,,.:,..,,.,:' ':,:,..::..,,,,10.
-The two-part. exhibition included 'of.,-.;ain;1S,.:,,;,,,ii:,.,;:,,,M,Itt',...2.:..,A,4,I,O.
tI''',::t, "40,..:::, ,,,..- ....,,-74t. :....:.::..,,,:... to punish the wicked and vindicate ...,........"2.!.!,,,,,....:.
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a eommunicatione d i spill y a -,,,,,,,:".:::::,.:....,.;:::,...,,tiK...i..,,.::,-e,,,.'!.n,..., ,''',,,,' ''r,,,,k ,,,:9'.- '.?' -10se ,.: ? ':;',":., :::' the righteous. ... ...
Sykes' Field dlimaxed bY en '1,C,:---,31.,.7-;"'IN,Atisiii,::-;,,,,'
:,''":''-:'''''f'Ei oiitt'''''' ,....00 .:, .,, .' Yet there is a connection be- Al,:it'7''',''-'''' ,,-!:,:,::,,,k,,,,,,..-,,,;,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,
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aerial pick-up and delivery of a :, a.. '0. .,. tween the two meanings. It is on ,,,e:::.. ...,........,........,.. T
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message ming an L-19 aircrlft ,,,',:,,& ...--, U;;;;., '-'-',-,,,';t- S14,, tt "-::'':,!:, the Lord's Day that we learn that y'e:sU it k 1 A.P ..,:;:::iai:,iii:.ii:,:?:i:i.,:, ,- I
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and an irdantry-tank )demonstra .7.,;,; "4,441-,,"ii4,; ,.,:::: every day belongs to Him and we S.
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tion which showed the teamwork ',,,,-..,,,lv&ftIt','-i, ,- must render account. At the same '", -:ai.;.,$io : -.',.,
necessary when employing armor r,, ,,,,,,,, r::::i,
time it Is on the Lord's Day that 1,, ,e.::;.i.,,,,,q's .,,,,, ... ,:,4:::,,,,,,,,::::,, ,,,,,...,.:.:,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..
and infantry together. (:).:::::'":' $,,,,,,,,,,
,.-tfi.:::,,I we learn how to serve Him aright : , ............ ,,,,u;,:,.,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,v,,,:,,,,,w,,,,,:,,. --
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Touched off with the firing of a : .,..... .. ,..,,.1,m.., v.e.J,,::
,:,,"";:i.;0;,::,,,,,Ir--- .';',.t;b:?.' and are given the strength and ,-- ,,-,,,,,,,x::.,,,,:Nx,i,i;i::;,:.-x,.. 1
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I special signal flare, the ,infantry !!',4t,i1,,:,:4:4, .. ..... ...... ... ....... ::. -4,4;,,t; power necessary. This is the mean meannal
nal meannal x,,,i,',i,::.,:,.::.: ... k ,,, ,'
tank team presented six tacti :,:,,i.,,,,wii,i:...,.
,MHai?i,I-4,;.:44k..,:At,,14,ki. ing of today's Collect. ,
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nitrations at Venado Beach to de- ii,,:,?ftf,,,.1.,,.. ., :: .,..i,:,m,,, .;,,,,,v,:,..,..,,,:w:i:4:::,,,,,,,,,:,,x,3,,,;,,, .!;rirr The prophet is concerned with ..
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, sdet how much a .team wolid -..1.1:,?.' ,,,,,,x,,,is,,,,,i,,,.,,,,,,,w..,,,,,...?,;A,ii.,:::,:;.....:,,i,;,:a,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
,,.,.,.,,::,;,--.,.....:,..,,.......,:,,,i4,,,,,:,;,n,,, ''',q.4&-, two evils of his day which- keep -,,.,,.
pirate in combat, Visiting ...... t:::,...ii:W-tk-,,.,'.. ,,',P--.,.H,,,H,k,::::4::::.".,:i,
-,,,,,,,,,...,:,,,,,,,,si.i,i:,-;;,ii,,,:,-,-,:,m,:,z,k,,,,,,:,:i,;, :::::,e men from serving God. The first ..
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students watched friendly infantry ..,.:,,,.,:n.:..,... -agagitUi.gitt.t.t.'M is absorption in things. The second ;
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forces engage and destroy an "ag- -.,1Z,,,,,,,k
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first. It is as we make holy the t i,
greasor' tank hunter team. I .... -,.....',;'.. -::M,'W,Atti:10,,.LITI.;;: ... :,.1.,,,,,,; T nrd's Day that we find the anti anti.
. anti. They witnessed action as the nk- ,, ...;.,,:i,..,
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fent', troops- detected anti-taannk ; ..,,,,,,,,,,k.,,,,k4.,......,:,,,,,,m,,i,. ,,..,,,y,,,:,:,,m,',,,:,:
-,.$,,,,,,,,,6,,,:,,,u,.., ,,,,,,,w,,,,,,w,..:,,,,,,,,i,-4,::,,,,,,,,,,:, "0 God, the strength of all
mines and g u i d e d the t
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thrugh a safe lane. ,
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ty:........ those who put their trust in thee:
Fire was directed at an n ......, .: : ,1,,,:,,,,,,,,,kk,,,,,,,,,,:.s:,,,,,,,, :,,-swkst.,-ss1,,,t,.:,;,,,
,,.;.;.,..,,:kk,-4,7'.:;,'';,44,.,,,,,.ftWii,Nx,a,' N. Men ully accept our prayers; and
because, through the weakness of 1
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my! gun emplacement by. means .. ,,i,,;,,,,,,,;:.-oi,i,,...0,:s.,,ot,,,,,,,,,,,s,-,,,,,,.,,,:.,i,,imi,,,,,, ,,
,:.:.,i,';Asi,.;is..,iFt,':??,,,:,,,,,,;,,,:,,,,, our mortal nature, we can do no ,,-z i
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of a telephone in the rear of the -.
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' ''''..:':- ,;-,,:.,i-.-,-: good thing without thee, grant us 1 -S
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. :Z4.4.4''''' 7:,,.;.:::. the help of thy grace, that in ,,
An infrantryman siMulated firing -........ ... ,,,,,.,,,,,r,,,,,,m,,,,,,:,,,,-.,,...,,,,,,4. .--.7,4 keeping thy commandments we -.. :t
a tracer round from his rifle to : ... .... ......
may please, thee, both in will and
pinpoint the location of an enemy .,..,,...5,,,.. ..,:wk. ;..,,,?..,,,,,N,,sw.,,,,A,- .. -....
,,,,:,,-:,,,. -7,..........,,..,,, ,:,,,w;.. ?',n,....,,,,,-- deed; through Jesus Christ our
machine .gun position and the .... .k-',.- ,,!Aw-'- .5. ;,,,,-,,,,:,,, ...;,,. Lord. Amen.'
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tanks in turn destroyed the men-: : : ,,,,,3i,c,,,,,,,s.. ,,,,, ,, t-.,.:,,4 '.'
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ace to foot troops. ., ,' ;:,,:.:-?,.. ., ,,, ..,,..., ...., .. , s.
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Then the tank plowed through a .. ., ;,,4' r'"'"'"
.11., aca loners In US ..
barbed wire obstruction and de- ,,,,,,,,,,.,-,,...,0,,,,...,
toneted the anti-personnel- inines k::"M-5,
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which were in Ole entanglement. ..:.-0.yr,,,0,,,,,?.'7 : Get Lois 01 Chance
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vvhen the a ggressor forces were .&:,.-. '......;filv? :4- MRS. SUSANNE GRAHAM (left) checks a casual ty tag on one of the simulated wounded in the .
eliminated the infantry mounted .,....., .,.04,57,.,,-,;...,A,itt-.&36: '''Wi:''''. 'i".:"'W44I4..'?......':.4::.:..1::.:'''''4".:::'::4:.'.1';'':::1'.''''''''' To Choose Events disaster, area on the Atlantic side during civil de fense operations of Operation Alert 1959, Tuesday
the tanks and disappeared- from --.' ..,,,41):,:'-o.,,:,:iAL,-,,-,;,4,..,,7,44,-,,,so.t.44,4,0.m.t?.. .,...r.,.. :,,,...0i4i...to,iiL,...5ii:i'x'''..,,:.:::.."..i:,.4.'"'"1:;::::.,';1w. .;,,,. .,...,i.;.,:13.4:.,,.,:,4,::,....i,::.,
morning. Ready to take over are two stretcher bearers of the Canal Zone's Civil Defense forces
v!ew in much the same -manner as. i.:e...i,':::w- ,,,iKy,,,...,,,,..,,,,,...m.,,4,,,4;40.44,..,
,A::',:400VM;,,-itieii,:,:,i,,,:.,,',.,,:.,,.:, : '''''' .... :'' . : : .-:'::::,, Wilfred Barrow (center) and Joseph Gray. The patient is Leopold Welch.
when contact with the enemy hes ..-,,,. t.,;4 ..;, :..,,,e,-',:.sftW54 1,..!;:!,AUfp,t',.., .. . .. ... .';:.'''..!' , NEW YORK, May 30 (UPI) (US Army Photo) t
b,en lost and the troops must ray- ..:-.:::...... ,.....:.,.,:ii::i:... ,, ..s... : ,.. ;:.,..;:,7,.;:,..,,,..:::,..:,..,,:,....., ':;:-Nm,,z,:,,: ,,,,,,,,,,7,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ........ :',,,,,,,.,,,..,.. .,,i:-.:,,,.,,,,,,-,,:..:.',...,.ii Wondering where to go this VR-
el a great distance in a short : ,,, .4,K......,,X,:laiiiiiit,,.. ..:4,,,4,,, .,,;:;...,,,, n,.::.:::;,,,..,.4,,,:,,,?.?,:.:: :,,,,,,,,,., ',": ..; .,.,,.,:,,...,,,....,....,- r'n!. -,,,,:.,,-,,, ,,, cation season? Here are some
length of time. ':A,,,,,,s.,,.,,..,:,:?,A1Milii( 4". :.4::.,:'-::i....-444,',,ltie:.:,''.::6A'.'...,..- iti...:::"-'I''' special events scheduled for the
,:.1.7...:,.....,.,.,: ,,,,,.,,,,,..,,,.......,,,.,,,......,,,,:,:...:. ..i.:, ,,,,,:,::.,..:.. ,. months ahead:
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Immediately afterwards a T-3 ,,,,,,,,,,- :,.4.4.,,.,,,,,,!,,., ,:,,A,,,,,A,41,,, --,, --:"-- .. ,,
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Jet .simulated a strafing and i, ....,,...: ., ,::::'.!40;,,;4:::...,,-.41'' -"!..!"'''," ,...-s :k. ,W".',,'!:k,:'-v s.... ::,:' ,.-,,...-,:-'.,,: :'.., Colorado s 1959 Centennial.
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bombing attack on the aggressors ,..ftr:.. ':'..?.;;:;.:::::::::;,:i.eg:.:' ...'.... ,!.:-A0.0&..;;;'.'!M::-';'.,ktIk4.4,4'"'A",:," -'0 :.:1,.- 'Rush to theRockies" IS the cele celewho
who celewho were located on a nearby hill. 1 ,. ..,.,:m. 4..., ... ..;,,:i:,;.,,piliiii,e: ,, ''' t,,,, 117, . ''': s -' '';''' .'s .'":'....: :,1' ., bration's motto, and the program
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The infantry then maneuvered to- I .....t .:.,:,'. .......- ....s.;p ,:s.,,,- ....,,:,. is year-long end extensive.
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., , plaim Celebration, through Octo-1 ., kl
er4enses. .
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Th',?, tadlefirfailtret dernoestratine ,,,,. ,, I., , -,
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was narrated by Maj. Guillermo :......... '...,...,:: ,Or -,,,,,,,,,,,,. :(:: i:
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Rodriguez of Colombia one of ::::,.::::.:.:-.:,..,....::,,:::,,::::,0::::::::,.,::::,::,,,A::. .,. ::-::.,,!...,,,i::,:::..,,,,:,,:::::::iii,..::if:,::::::::,:::::f::.:..:::::.:'::t,.:t,,:::::,,,,:.:::, ::::::,.:'::.,.:7,:.::::,..:... :::::: .4r,.. .
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the students. The infantrymen ,,,..,,. ,,,:t,::::::::.::::,::,:::::;:::::::,..::::i::::,:.,:,,.,.,,.,.,.:.:, ...::::::,:::::::::::.:::::::::::kr::t:i::::::::::,s::::;:ttt:-::',":t,:,,:::::::::,:,::::'-,t::.::,,,,.., :.,:.::rt:.,tr::.:::.,..'t::::::::::::,:,:::::,:,;- B o s t o n's "Freedom Trail,"
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were members of the ist Platoon ,,:.,..::,::it:,:::,:,::::.:,,,,4::.:ix::,:::::.. .:,,,,,:,:,,,:::::::::::.,:::,,iii:.:::.,::::;:,:::::,:::::::::,,u:,;::!:.::,;..,:,:::::;:.,.:.:.:,:::,,::,::,:,,?:,::::,::,,,,:::::::::.:,:::::4,m::::6,,;,-::;,,,:,:::::::,:::::,,,,:::::ig:::::.:.:::::,,, :
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of B Company lst Battle Group :4M':;.i:A4::::::':i'';i:i::'1:.i':'s;:::::::E- :''''''''''':TVt'AMNIaR'i:,:i:;:::::'';:;'!:!;:i'':::.;'::::'''''::':';:M'V'';'Ag;'''':P.,Ot'ANi.:':1::'aed.":,,1: jamestwe' Y()rkstcwe' Williams
burg commemoratea the na- ''''.' "'' '' -4itatAilar (.., ,-16. :.. ..:
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led by Capt. John L. LeWis pro- 'iii4:::ii:,::;:i:::::::i:'!i:.,::..:::i'tti;:;:iA:;i:::,::::.:::...-.:... ,, ''':"::',"':-:'"3;'.:;:'':''';:i.;;'::i's''':::!;';:i:::::'!1;:;.a:''':';':;;;L:'::.M-0''''X!iBrM'M''..:A:MtUi.4
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ject officer for'this part of the de. ,:::::p.::;:g;::i:::,...",:.:,::::::::::;:k:'..:Wii;.,:"::";t:"::::&:::1,..- '''''-':::::E:'-:::: :::::::!::',,:,:,::::::::::;::,:,:tsi::::',:.:4:;;:4:mo,f:.::::4:::::-.ii.:g::ri:::,:i.,.. tion's beginnings in Jo mestown
::'.:::::.:';i:::::,:,,:x:::::,::.:,::::::.::::::::::::::,:::t:t::ttt:t::-::i.t-.,:-:77es;444ri,,,,-.-. ... .,, ... ::,;s:.,..::...,,tttAi:it'itt?:ttiNtiii;:t:imiii:ix:::::..,:. Festival Park and nearby cen- ::::,::-.5., :::::..:i.si:t,4:4.:$-tti .port- -4,1'" ::t': ":44.:,,:,0 ,,,,;;-,,':,A-,
monstration. The- 1st Plateon it:::',i:t.:::::;:::,.;;ttt::'::.::,,::::::::::::,:,M ::taii::::.:.:;,.t.:::::::tt?,ii:.:iMioNii'.:::t:::;,,: :,,,: :-,,:v .:,,,,:,.,,:::..... :::.-:,:::::...,...;m:vt::.s.A:::,:s::::.:tt::,:,:to:::,,:,::,,-i.-: t rs beginning June 'f,::: ,,.',:,.Z,-.-.... ,''',-;Vt'.:-;',,N.:,,,,,.::,,; ,:A -1,:.,,,..t-
leader was 2nd Lt. DOilald J.' Ro- ''':;:::::S:'':'';'::::''::::':''-:'::: t''':',:':'',:t'.::::::-:'.:::::;W''"'R;Wel,::'"'t'::.:'-'.0-'''' .,...t.::',.'1',:ii:iiit'eR.,:2':if'.V..:itfig:1-;04N4V:i:.':';'::::::' e 'I' A '' 4
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berts and the Diatoon sergeant :...,-:::::iiti,,,,t:ii:..:,,:::::',i.::.:::::.:t:,:::: .:::;::,::am::: ''..4t.",,,- ....:iiiii:'::tiR:iigd'n::::iiii:A;::::liggiitMrtUit:',V:!t"::;:i:Wift.,,:t.iiIttis, the way to historic buildings and --"-.,,i.,:-.,-,",,:i;::$-:Av.:',:-,--.,:-.::,,..:4:x,....:...41,.:: 1,.... ,.,.
was M-Sgt. Willie J. Mandrel ':',''i..tW:-ii::4'iiniil.:'Ai:iiii:.''014';,i;tiot';; :::'''''''''VAMM1i'i"''''''''!":,'''''''""'"'''t!,".' ''''-':::;.:::'"'.g:.'
.'"''' tsr, -..x.-...,...ol.omiwet, monuments. .!.N-::0!',:'40.'': ,:''..:. .s2: ,.. '',.::".. ',.: .::,.":;"Ntiite '''. ' '
Tankers participating in the de- t,::-::::'!::.::::::i:t::t:'',:,:i:;::::ir..:::',,:tt:44.,40'' :''"' :':::::tM:',0i,ig,isg;:i.isi::,-,- ,.....
::::,;.::44,titii ''':.:tttt0i:xtt:::.:t -- Seattle's Seafair and Gold Cup ,,,
monritration were the 2nd PAtoon '-:::;::t:t::::::,,:::::::4,,,:::. ,. --
-4N;440ti::$:::::::::::::;e0 Hydroplane races, July 31 to Aug. ...";i:,.,::::,::.:.i!.::::: t,::,.,.,s,;;5 ":4;:i:.::t',i:' : :::,:ttx1i-s,;:,;:x..,:,'::::it:',:::-. t..-
of D Company 34th Armor under ,::::ik.':ik:;!::: :::: :
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the leadership of ist Lt. Willard i',0,:-:.40-ar- The "foliage" tour; of New En- ........: .::....?,0010 ,:,- :. 0. :....:::, ':,;:'.:::!,:.,fr;?: '?::,,,,:::,:.,::,,,:',,'4.:..:':.:,,... Ir.,'
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D, Conklin Sgt.. Jerome P. Dies- ':
gland btossoms, harvest, fall ., ;;:s4.... :. ::
ing end his, assistant Sic. Class colors thorugh October.
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DOn B. Holcomb all 'of whom are
'- In Canada. Vancouver's Inter-' : .. ,;:s::::.: ::::, .",t:-.);,.:.4.:,:: ::,: :-,-, 'i..:0444,,iii.k:;'4:'f?tiX': ''''.,' '
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tank' commanders. The other two
"'1' l':::. ,:.!,:,.. ,,;, rational Festival of the Arts, .1,1-
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tank commanders were Sfs. Mil- yll to Aug.: new music, world fa faler
ler faler Vi. Magness and Calvin J. : mous conductors, Japanese and ...:,:oi... ",o;'' :':::....''"11:...:::..:::. ;,. 0:41S4:7-n,MgiAi:i.i-4t ;, t
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, 104 Race 7th Series imp. 8
1st. RACE
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INi Cautiva H .Hidalgo
k-Corviglia J. Utioa
1-Sito II B. Baeza
4-Account Red. V. Ortega
74-Bathina V. Tejada
6-Loner J. Jirw2nez
4-Te lore F. Justiniant
t,l-Ftenata F. Sanchez
"-Towns Wall A. Credidio

2nd. Race "Spacial" imp. 5 Fp.

4 1-Aerial Trumpet S. Hem. 105
-2-Joyero A. Lour less 102x
, 3-Serres Road B Bwza IN
. .:4-Donito F. Alvarez 1(6
, 5-Damajuana R. Prestan 1.10z
;d6-Barloa J. Cadogan 1(C
7-Eros H. Hidalgo 97x
B-(Black Je R. Cruz 10:;x
3-(Blue Paint H. Gustines PO

3rd. Race "F" Natives 7 Furlongs Purse $375.00 Pc
1-Fi lon G. Ramos 1.0!x Nothing in ages
2-Piehoto A. Lourlem 112x Seems best here
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3-Tito Pereque R. Prestan Will fight it out
4-Guacamaya R. Cruz 104x Nothing recently
S-Okiland V. Tejada 11)4-x Ran well in last

4th Race "B" Natives 8 Furlongs

1-Marcelita
42-Me Ihzo
2-Mohican
4-Chit
5-Bosi long
6-Tingat
't-Solito
B:Black Bee

ith Race "Non Winners" Net. 4 F.
1-Dan Tin H. Gus lines 198
2-Mechi O. Bravo 110
3-Charlie Grants B. Aguirre 115
VII la J. Rodriguez 110
5-Flash V. Tejada :)67
8-Cristobalina H. Hidalgo 96x

6th Race Sth

1-Carcaman
2-Onassis
3-Silver Hwis
4-Alamito
5-kensington
8-Trirreme
7-La Desiree
8-Recife
9-Ju lin Vfrne
10-Luciente
11-Tarasca
12-(Alucinado
13-(Alhajar

7Ih Race 2nd

1-Hostigador
-2-Homan
2-Horacio
'4-Brote
' S-Gavilan
61Xistullari
,I-INehrisca
- '.11-Bucalemito

, j-Germanio F.
V: 2-Melendez
1-Sitabu
, 4-Deauville
' S-Rosita Maria
6-Emba&sy
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4. 1-Sober View
1-11acancito
10.Pluelty
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14-(Granadero 1
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$7500 Gen. Remon Classic In Picking Up Over $100,000

Seri's Imp. 7
1st. RACE
J. loa
F. Alvarez
A. Credidio
A. Perez
M. Valenzuela
F. Justiniani
S. Hernandez
J. Talavera
D. Madrid
A. Gonzales
H. Hidalgo
J. Phillips
V. Tejada

Uries Imp. 8 Fgs.Purso $450.00 Peel
1st. RACE OF THE DOUBLE

J. Talavera los
H. Gustines 105
B. Baeza 11?
R. Cruz105x
A. Credidio 1OS
J. Ul loa 115
H. Hidalgo fro(
V. Tejada 96x

Soriti Imp. i
2nd RACE OF
S. Hernandez IAA
B. Baeza 115
M. Valenzuela 115
R. Cruz 102x
J. Talavera 107).
H. Hidalgo 101,i
F. Alvarez 105
J. Ulloa 112

Nth Rica "Gan. Ramon Classic

1-Quidico J. Ulloa
2-Buen ,Mozo II Gus linos 122
3-Yucatan S. Hernandez 122
7 .4-Bob Alvarez 111
5-Santillan J. Tlavaera 1,22
0-Constantino R. Vmquez 122
;4, 1-Mi Deseo B. Baeza 12'2

Track Graded Entries

Jockey St. Connnent Odds

lnd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Rix Long overdue
112 Rates good chance
I Distance handicaps
113 Sure to quit here
1Wic Would pay off
113 Surprised io last
101x Early speed only
107x Hopeless quitter
108 Last doesn't count

Purse $650.00

Pool

Distance should help
Good early speed
lock?y gives chance
Notorious quitter
Returns from layoff
lias shown nothing
Rig disappointment
Can beat these
Form indicates

Distance to liking
Excellent race last
Big disappointment
Hard to beat here
Distance handicaps
Entoyin7 rare form
Not good enough
Not against these

1-Neeful H. Gustines .110 Dangerous contender
2-Aldar A. Gredidio 195 Doesn't seem likely
. 3-Zapaton F. Alvarez 108 Enjoying good form
4-Mouche H. Hidalgo 10'.1).Could score at price
' 5-Mag ha R. Cruz 102x.--Longshot specialist
; 6-Vespucio (No Boy 110 Impressive win last
I-Sputnik B. Baeza112 Jockey will help
;,14-Escardillo G. Milord 106 Early speed only
' 4-(Evening Star J. Ulloa 110 Has beaten better
-10-(Princesa Gitan. J. Phillips 10i Showing improvement
' -High Day G. Montero 115 Early speed only
'12-Crews Hill) S. Hernandez 107 Depends on start
13-(Sapristi F. Hidalgo 108 Ran well in last
1.4-(Gouvernant M. Valenzuela 105 Rates chance too

Purse $7S00.
Form indicates
Will fight it out
llas strong finish
Gets first test here
Classic specialist
Sizzling workouts
Rider gives hope

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Justiniani 101i Would pay off
J. Reyes DO Depends on start
H. Hidalgo 111X Can beat thesf
H. Gustines 110 Danger card
J. 1.J1 loa 113 Hard to beLt here
B. Bacza IV.: Poor recent raeeg
Valenzuela 1108 Not against these
R. Cruz 105x Must go hack down
O. Bravo 110 Rates chance here
A. Credidio 103 Ran well in last
G. Mi tort:1115 Bad trailer in last
F. Alvarez 110 Should he clo,o up
R.amos Aix Nothing to indicate
S. Hernandez 108 Ran well in last

Closes 1:00

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25-1
25-1
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Closes 1:30

Pool Closes 2:00

Purse $300.00 Pool Closes
Unimpressive debut
Sizzling workouts
Form indicates
Improving steadily
Brief early speed
Brig disappointment

4-1
3-1
5-2
10-1
5-1
15-1
25-1
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3-2
3-2
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30-1
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Fos.Purso 3500.00 Pool Closes 3:40
OF THE DOUBLE
112 Jockey will help 3-
11S Rates good chance 4-
,108 Ran well in last 5-
'1'5 Doesn't seem likely 10-
105 Early speed only 15-
98v Dangerous contender 3-
115 Ran well in last 5-
115 Good early speed 15-
112x Could score here 5-
100 Good early speed 10-
101x Would pay nice odds 1-
115 Could hang on here 8-
98x Must go lower 8-

3-2
4-1
5-1
10-1
15-1
3-1
5-1
15-1
5-1
10-1
10-1
8-1
8-1

Purse $750.00 Pool Closes 3:40
THE DOUBLE
Distance to liking 3-
Mutueis favorite 3-
Would pay juicy odds 5-
Not good enough 25-
Always close up 4-
Poor effort in last 10-
Fractious; dangerous 4-
Ran well in last 3-

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3-2
5-1
25-1
4-1
10-1
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Ith Race "Spcial" imp 5 Fp. Purse $650.00 Peel Closes 4:40
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' 2-Robbie J. Rodriguez 114 Shouldn t miss now 5-2
: 341ontesci A. Vergara 110 Has sizzling workouts 9-2
1 4-Araneel F. Alvarez 104 Could surprise 4-1
!, I-Sin Botas E. Gustines 10t1 Blazing early speed 4-1
- 6-Puerto Madero B. Baeza 115 Could score in debut 4-1
L' 1-Tierral J. 1.11 loa 112 Will fight it out 3-1
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ONE TWO

3-1
8-1
4-1
15-1
5-1
5-1
3-1
15-1
2-1
2-1
3 1
3-1
5-1
5-1

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5 1
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8-1
4 1

Pool Closis ...

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8-1
3-1
4 1
5-2
5-1
15-1
25 1
4-1
5 1
10 1
3 1
3 1
3 1

Seven of the President Remon
racetrack's best imported thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds will match sthdes this
afternoon in the $7,500 added
Gen. Jose A. Remon Classic.
The event honors the memory
of the late great Panamanian
statesman and turfman. Gen. Re Remon
mon Remon planned the construction of
the modern racing plant gut has
replaced the now defunct Juan
Franco strip where he was as assassinated
sassinated assassinated Jan. 2, 1955.
Today's one mile and one one(Natter
(Natter one(Natter gallop has attracted the
cream of the crop of racers now
competing on the Isthmus. Track
champion Quidico, which will
be ridden by competent Chilean
jockey Jose Ul loa, will have to
be at his best if he is to emerge
victorious against such as Buen
Mon II, Constantino, Santillan,
Bob, Mi Deseo, and Yucatan.
Buen Mozo II, beaten by only
three-quarters of a length by Qui Quidico
dico Quidico in the S15,000 added Presi President
dent President of the Republic Classic,
was considered the victim of a
poor ride by Ruben (Caliche)
Vasquez. lie will be replaced this
time by Hetiodoro (Papito) Gus Gustines.
tines. Gustines. Speedy Bob. unbeaten in two
local starts with hustling Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Alvarez in the saddle. Cons Constantino
tantino Constantino will be ridden by Ruben
Vasquez. Santillan will have Jo Jose
se Jose Talavera doing the booting.
Mi Deseo will be handled by
Braulio B3eza and Yucatan gets
the benefit of Sandino Hernan Hernandez'
dez' Hernandez' usually effective piloting.
Several other prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers are included on an attractive
progra m.
Yesterday, Alcaraz raced to
an upset neck vnctory over
mutuels favorite Siete y Medici
in the featured $1,000 seven
furlong Memorial Day Handicap,
Alpina was third.
Alcarez paid $11.60 and com combined
bined combined with Siete y Medio for a
$24 one-two. Plaboy, Dependable,
Pan Tostado and Critic() were
also rano.
The day's best dividends were
$1520, Jaymah's
$12.60, an Don Grau's $11.80.
Three jockeys Baeza Gus Gustines
tines Gustines and Alvarez shared sad saddle
dle saddle honors with two victories
each.

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DIVIDENDS

FIRST RACE
1Mikel S8.40, $4.60
2Marla $4.60

SECOND RACE
IFrijo lito $6.20, $3.40
2Ciria $410
FIRST DOUBLE $36.40

THIRD RACE
1Don Tuturo $2.80, $2.20
2Na ranja zo $2.40
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FOURTH RACE
1Don Grau $11.80, $6.60
2Folletito $5.60
QUINIELA $61

FIFTH RACE
1Rotilante $560 $3
2Victoria Regina $2.60

SIXTH RACE
ILe Matelot $8.40o $4
2La Brisa $3

SEVENTH RACE
1Miss Brunette $3.40, $2.40
2Herme tins $2.60
SECOND DOUBLE $16.80

EIGHTH RACE
1Gulliotina $15.20t $5.00
2Luzbel $5.60
QUINIELA $36.60
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NINTH RACE
1Alearaz $11.60, $2.20
2Siete y Medio $2.20
ONETWO $24

TENTH RACE
1Nairobi $2.600 $2.20
2Pops $2.20

ELEVENTH RACE
1--laymah $12.60, $5.40
2Maniart $7.60
ONE-TWO AO

Racetrack Tips

By CONRAD()

1Mi Cautiva
2Sarres Road
3Pichoto
4Mohicano
5Me,h1
6Careaman
7Nebrisca
8Robble
9Evening Star
10Bob
11Embassy

Corviglia
Black Jot (o)
Tito Perequo
Chito
Charlie Grant's
Trirromo
Homan
Tilirral
() Sputnik
Boon Moro I
Horlinghoom (e)

GrandSlam Champ
CHICAGO (UPI) Ernie Banks
of the Chicago Cubs established a
grand-slam seasonal record when
he hit five homers with the bases
loaded in 1955.

Ladies Days
BLATIMORE, Md. (UPI)
Four fillies have won the Preak Preakness
ness Preakness Stakes the second tewel
of racing's Trio le Crown the
last being Nellie Morse in. 1924.

TODAY ENCANTO 35 20
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Jeff Morrow In
"COPPER SKY"

BY KURT FREUDENTHAL
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 30 (UPI) -- Curly-haired
Rodger Ward, the speedway's hard-luck driver-, skirted
five wrecks today and rode to a record-shattering victory
in the 43rd annual 500-mile auto race.

Never worse than fourth in the
gruelling, 200-lap grind, the 38-
year-old veteran of nine races on
the "500" bricks nursed his new,
dirty white roadster through three
well-spaced pit stops to capture
top prize of more than 8100,000.
His average speed for the dis disHis
His disHis average speed for t he
distance, 135.857 miles per
hour, smashed the mark of
135.601 set by Sam Hanks, the
1957 winner. Hanks was one
of the first to greet the Los
Angeles hot-shot in Victory
Lane.
Jim Rathmann, a strong con contender
tender contender through the early part of
the chase, was runner-up for the
third time, about 20 seconds be behind
hind behind the victor. Pole-sitter Johnny
Thomson was third, followed by
national champion Tony Betten Bettenhausen
hausen Bettenhausen and Paul Gold Smith,
competing in only his second
,,500.,,
Ward, an Army pilot during
World War II, led twice during

Pan American Games Got StaA
During Chaotic World War

The Pan American Games,
whose third celebration will be
held in Chicago, Illinois, August
27 through September, 7, actually
had their inception during the
chaotic World War II period al although
though although many nations years be before
fore before had entertained some ideas
of staging such a sports event.
-When it became apparent that
the games of the Xlith Olympiad
could not b? held at Tokyo, Japan,
in 1940, the latent interest in the
Pan American Games ideas
was rekindled and this was fur further
ther further stimulated by the growing
spirit of solidarity among the na nations
tions nations of the -Western Hemisphere.
The games, it was felt, woald
serve to build new and closer
bonds between the American de
mocracies and provide their ama amateur
teur amateur athletes with additional in international
ternational international competition equally
spaced between each Olympiad.
After considerable correspon correspondence
dence correspondence and discussion, the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine Olympic Committee tooic the
initiative and called a Congress of
all the countries of the Western
Hemisphere. It was held in 1940
at Buenos Aires and the National
Olympic Committees of 16 of the
21 countries in the Pan American
Union sent yepresentatives to dis discuss
cuss discuss the possibility of organizing
the Pan American Games and
study the problems concerning
amateur sport in the three Ame Americas.
ricas. Americas. After three days of study and
deliberation, marked by a friend

The games, it was felt, woald The First Pan American Games
ierve to build new and closer were scheduled for Buenos Aires,
ponds between the American de February 25 to March 8, 1951 and
mocracies and provide their ama- the Argentine' Olympic Commit Commiteur
eur Commiteur athletes with additional in- tee was entrusted with the orga orgaY
Y orgaY nization of the Games.
ernational competition equal'
5paced between each Olympiad. After careful study of the faci facilities
lities facilities available at Buenos Aires, a
After considerable correspon correspondence
dence correspondence and discussion, the Argen- program was designed for compe compe,ine
,ine compe,ine Olympic Committee tooic the tition in athletics Mack and
initiative and called a Congress of field), baseball, basketball, box.
the countries of the Western ing, cycling, equestrian sports,
Hemisphere. It was held in 1940 fencing, gymnastics, modern pen penat
at penat Buenos Aires and the National tathlon, polo, rowing, shooting,
Olympic Committees of 16 of. the soccer football, swimming and
?,1 countries in the Pan American diving, tennis, water polo, weight weightUnion
Union weightUnion sent representatives to dis- lifting, wrestling, and yachting.
2USS the possibility of organizing ,Also agreed upon in 1948 at
Lhe Pan American Games and Lonaon was a special study of U Ustudy
study Ustudy the problems concerning nited Staets participation and a
amateur sport in the three Ame- committee report later was slit.
ricas. mitted to the U.S. Olympic Asso AssoAfter
After AssoAfter three days of study and ciation in 1950, calling for entries
deliberation, marked by a friend- in all sports except those of soc socly
ly socly sporting spirit, the Congress de- cer, shooting, and equestrian.

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the early stages of the Memorial
Day -classic in humid and threat threatening
ening threatening weather before about 175,000
fans.
The third time he moved in
front, on the 86th lap, was the
charm.
He piled up such a margin over
the rest of the pack that he retained
the lead when he made his second
pit stop just after the halfway
mark. and again after he had
completed 165 laps.
But it was anybody's chase
during the first 75 miles.
Thomson, Ward, last year's
Monza winner Jim Rathmann,
and Pat Flaherty dueled for
the lead around the 20 mile
course.
It was a see-saw struggle until
Ward moved in front when the lit little
tle little Thomson made a 26-second pit
stop.
After that Ward, the man who
finished in the first 10 only once
previously, when he was eighth
three years ago, ran his own race.

Med to institute a set of Pan
American Games to be held every
four years between Otimpie
Games, beginning in 1942. HOW HOWever,
ever, HOWever, war ,conditions made it im impossible
possible impossible to conduct the Games at
that time and a tentative date of
1946 was set. This, too, was dis discharged
charged discharged and some consideration
given to a 1950 date, only to be
dropped to avoid interference
with other established competi competitions.
tions. competitions. During the Olympic Games at
London in 1948, the second Pan
American Congress was held
and this time definite plans were
laid.

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Set Tonight At oion

The Atlantic side gets its sec second
ond second straight weekend of profes professional
sional professional boxing tonight with a four fourbout
bout fourbout card, featured by two ten tenrounders,
rounders, tenrounders, on tap at the Colon A Arena.
rena. Arena. In one of the main events un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten flyweight champion Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Kid strives for eight wins
in a row against bamtamweight
prospect Ernesto Reid at a weight
limit of 117 pounds.
In the other headliner Tito Mar Marshall
shall Marshall attempts to make it three
straight over Jorge Quintero at
135 pounds.
Manhattan Kid is practically
out of contenders in his division,
so how he makes out tonight
should prove a measuriny stick
as the whether he can successfully
take on other bantamweights in
the near future.
The Kid is a flashy boxer who
has knocked out rivals on ocas ocassion.
sion. ocassion. Reid, not as experienced as
his opponent, has two victories to
his credit in three pro appear appearances.
ances. appearances. Both are 17 years old.
Marshall and Quintero, both
ambitious youngsters with hopes
of a crack at Horacio Ottis' light lightweight
weight lightweight diadem, have met twice
before with the former being vic victerious
terious victerious by decisin each time.
Both encounters havp been close,
interesting affairs.
Two four-round prelim's,, in
which a pair of brothers will make
their pro debuts, complete the pro program
gram program drawn up by young promot promoter
er promoter Joe (Red) McLaughlin.
Luis del Cid will swap punches
with Stanley Wilson, who has a
perfect 4-0 reconi, at 128 pounds.
And brother, Roberts) del Cid tac tackles
kles tackles Percy Redman at 118
pounds. Redman will also enter
the fight-for-pay-ranks for t h e
first time.
Prices for the Memorial da
weedend card are general admiti admitision,
sion, admitision, 1$: general ringside, $1.50;
reserved ringside, $2, and chi'.
ken, 30 cents.
Curtain time is 8:30.

Greenberg Swaps
SharPs In indiani.
For Chisox Stock

CHICAGO (UPDHank Green Greenberg,
berg, Greenberg, former general manager of
the Cleveland Indians, today was
an official' member of the group
which controls the Chicago White
Sox as result of a stock exchange
with another member of the bine.
Andrews Baxter, who came in
with Veeck to purchase coniroll conirolling
ing conirolling interest in the Chicago club,
disposed of his shares Monday
and dropped out. Baxter sold his
interest in the White Sox to
Greenberg and Greenberg sold his
remaining interest in the Indians
to Baxter.
Veeck explained the deal yes yesterday
terday yesterday after reports of disagree disagreement
ment disagreement among the group.
The league approved Green Greenberg
berg Greenberg subject to his disposing of
his debentures in the Cleveland
club. Baxter bought Greenbeig's
debentures and sold his stock in
the White Sox.

Sports Briefs

Tho Rock's Rocord
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI) In
13 seasons as football coach at
Notre Dame, the immortal Knute
Rockne's teams won 105 games,
lost 12 and tied five. The Fighting
Irish had undefeated teams in
1919, '20, '29 and '30.

Caught Stooling
DETROIT (UPI) When Ty
Cobb set the modern m a j or
league base stealing record of M
with the Detroit Tigers in 1915o
he also established a mark by be being
ing being caught 38 times in attempted
steals.

Remember?
NEW YORK (UPI) Johnny
Podres pitched the Brooklyn
Dodgers to the only world cham championship
pionship championship in their history when he
beat the New York Yankees, 2-0,
in the seventh game of the 1955
World Series at Yankee Stadium.

Now Batting.
CINCINNATI (UPI) Out Outfielder
fielder Outfielder Pete Whisenant of the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Reds was the first major
leaguer to pinch hit for Stan Mu Musial.
sial. Musial. It was in 1955 when Whise Whisenant
nant Whisenant was with the St. Louis Cari Carinals.
nals. Carinals. 1

Four Straight for Hobs
MONTREAL (UPI) The Mon Montreal
treal Montreal Canadiens have won the Na National
tional National Hockey League's Stanley
Cup 10,times. Their 1958-59 victo victory
ry victory established a new record of
four straight.

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National League.,
TEAMS W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee .27 15 .643
San Francisco .25 19 .568 3
Pittsburgh. .22 21 .512 512
Chicago 23 23 .590 6
x-Los Angeles 23 23 .500 6
Cincinnati 1. 21 23 .477 7
x-St. Louis 18 24 .428 91,4
Philadelphia 16 27 .372 1112
x-Night game not inclitded.
Today's Games
Chicago at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2)
St. Louis at Los Angeles

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Yesterday's Results
Chicago 000 020 000-2 $ 1
S. Francisco 002 001 20x-5 9 1
Anderson, Singleton (8) Averi II;
McCormick (3-3) and Schmidt,
Landrith (7). LP-Anderson (3-4).
Pittsburgh 001 000 020--3 7 1
Cincinnati 000 000 010-1 4 3
Daniels, Face (8) and Burgess,
Fp iles (9); O'Toole, Ieffcoat (9)
and Bailey. WP-Daniels (3-2). LP LPO'Toole
O'Toole LPO'Toole (0-1). HR-Skinner (8).
Philadelphia 100 001 000-2 9 0
Milwaukee 002 001 01x-4 9 1
Cardwell (1-3) and Sawatski;
Buhl (3-3) and Crandall. HRS HRSMathews
Mathews HRSMathews (16), Sawatski (3), Aaron
(14).
St. Louis at Los Angeles (Night
game).

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) --(me
Pols, a prominent three-year-old
colt, was named in honor of Frank
Folsom, chairman of the board of
the Radio Corporation of America.

Never Too Old
MINNEAPOLIS (UPII-- W. W.
(Pudge) Heffelfinger, Yale's All AllAmerica
America AllAmerica guard of the 1880's, plaY plaYed
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ball football game baeir In 1930 when he
was 63 years old.

Lisb, Grant (8), Perry (9) and
Fitzgerald. LP-McLish (5-2).
(F7RST GAME)
Detroit 030 010 000-4 12 0
Chicago 001 010 000-2 9 0
Lary (6-3) and Wilson; Pierce,
Moore (6), Latman (7), Staley (8),
Arias (9) and Lollar. LP-Pierce
(5-5). DR-Harris (5).
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(Result not available)

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Americin League
TEAMS W Pct. GB 1
Cleveland .25 16 .610
x-Chicago .24 18 .571 112
Baltimore .24 21 .533 3
Kansas City .19 21 .475 512
x-Detroit .21 25 .457 612
Washington .21 25 .45V 614
Boston 19 23 .542 612
New York 18 23 .439 7
(Second game of doubleheader nol
available).

Today's Games
Baltimore at Boston
Cleveland at Detroit
Kansas City at Chicago
New York ,at Washington
Yesterday's Results
(FIRST GAME)
New York 622 100 000-11 12 1
Washington 000 010 100 2 8 1
Ditmar (2-4) and Howard;
Griggs, Woodeshick (1), Hyde (3),
Romonosky (5) and Naragon.,LP..
Griggs (2-3). HES-Howard 2 (4 &
3), Mantle (9), Lopez (7), le,
brew (18).
(SECOND GAME)
New York 202 102 013-11 14 1
Washington 000 000 000 0 4 1
Larsen (5-0) and Berra.; Kelm
merer, Stobbs (5), Griggs (5)1
Woodeshick (8) and Porter. LP.
Kemmerer (4-5).
(FIRST GAME)
Baltimore 021 010 000-4 11
Boston 001 003 10f-5 12 1
Pappas, Loes (7) and Triandosl
Brewer, Casale (6), Kiel), (9) ani
Daley, WP-Casale (24). LP-Loei
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(SECOND GAME)
Baltimore 110 010 000-3 1 (
Boston 000 011 241-8 11 0,
Walker, Harshman (8) and TA
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Walker. (4-1). HRS-Gernert (7)1
Williams (1).
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Kansas City 000 010 100-2 6 I
Cleveland 000 000 003-3 9 )
Kucks, Sturdivant (9) and ChM;
Score, Perry (8), Cicotte (9) and
Nixon. WPCicotte (1-0). LP LPKucks
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Kansas City 000 002 100-3 8 0
Cleveland 010 000 000-1 0 2
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"PEYTON PLACE" (Repeat Run)

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THE LITTLE LADY AND THE TIGERSKaren Hildebrandt, 5, has a crush on the
Tigers, and with 4er stuffed toys, completely won over two live ones when the Detroit club
visited Now,York. The ballplaying Bengali are Al KII HU, left, and Southpaw Dn Masi.

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Killebre'w Was Furnished
With Proof He Had Arrived

Ity JOHN Ni OilitiSSEY
WASHINGTON (NEA)Be (NEA)Before
fore (NEA)Before the seaeon's start, the Alm
andria, Va., apartment ot the
Ha IMOD Clayton Killebrews was
pretty bare.
, "We didn't bother furnishing
said Eileen Killebrew. "We
didn't know whether we'd be
trOUnd very long."
A furniture dealer felt Imre
'acute about Washington's big
gest drawing card since Waiter
Johnson, especially as Harman
Killebrew continued swatting
home runs, making a habit of
belting two ifi a game. ,He fur
nished the Killebrew apartment
from carpet to refrigerator.
Killebrew was up for his fifth
chance, and while he manufac manufactured
tured manufactured homes runs in 86 games
with Chattanooga, there was
considerable doubt about his re.
Main even with an outfit as
lowly as the Senators.
Cookie Lavagetto had a, hand
in 'first teaching young Kille Killebrew
brew Killebrew how to ',field and' even
throW,Ifor ',he threW, Inojk
, when he first eithe attuntl
le. The manager wasn't so Keen
about playing the broad-should,
ered, barrel-chested, 195 pound.
er. It was at' President Calvin
Griffith's suggestion that he, did.

lallobrawsi only previous ex'
periente prior to reporting to
Griffith Stadium was with the
Payette, Ida., Packers, a none
too f a st semi-professional team
and the bonus rule forced Char Charley
ley Charley Dressen, -then the manager,
to suffer with the lad for two
years.
Killebrew has the distinction
of being the only Senator ever
scouted and recommended by a
Senator, the late Herman Welli Wellier
er Wellier of Idaho.
, Senator Welker would sit in
his bot at Griffith Stadium and
ride Dressen.
"Why don't you use my boy?"
he would shout.
;"Listsn," Dressen nee re retorted,
torted, retorted, "you 'run the United
States Senate and lel me run
my. ball club. I'm losing 100
games a year with major league
players. Why should I lose more
playing a semi-pro?"
,
Xillobrow, who stand's 5-11314
la built like a king-size fire hy hydrant
drant hydrant with the emirs Of Mickey
Mantle. He was a corking guar
terback on his high school foot football
ball football team, runs well. His fath father;
er; father; house painter, played foot football
ball football at West Virginian Wesleyan
when the Bobcats were better
known and coached. by the ce:e ce:ebrited
brited ce:ebrited Greasy Neale.
Killebrew had to come the
hard way. After learning to
throw properly and field tic
eeptable, Harmon, not yet 23,
had to become acquainted with
the strike zone.
,.,11'he minute Killebrew could
be, sent out in 1956 he was 010-
W 'to Charlotte of the South
Atlantic League, where he quicklyk--began
to find the home run
range with 15, in 70 games. It
was 29 in 142 for Chattanooga
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loatad in a bus at, the Orian Oriandn,
dn, Oriandn, Fla., training base a year
ago, Killebrew,' who speaks only
when talked to, believed he was
ott his way back to Washing L:m,
htit the ax fell again.
,:i"Get off the bus," said the
Man in charge. "You're going to
,"Wait," somebody said. "It's
reining. I'D call you a cab.",
,,"Never mind,' said Killebrew,
picking up his suitcase a n d
slowly walkink up ,a hill.
..,"Sure I was depressed when
tient down agam," he recalls,.
but I wasn't discouraged."
1, Killebrew hit no more than
.2151, for again
wound tip 'in Chattanooga; Rift
he found the strike zone and
1010 fielding at third base im improved
proved improved wilh his hitting.
, Killer Killebrew is just what
the :doctor ordered for a wobbly
franchise- and league.. an excit exciting
ing exciting ballplayer Who can bang the
bail out of any park in any dirtetion.

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NEW YORK (UM The quest
to discover just what is wrong
with the New York Yankees. can
take an inquisitive sport writer
into the etrangest places.
Like Tina Louise's bedroom.
It's all In the interest of re research,
search, research, y'understand. Baseball re research,
search, research, thai is. Tina's telephone
is in the bedroom and Some sta statistics
tistics statistics were. needed. Baseball sta statistics.
tistics. statistics. Anyhow, Tina, the queen-sized
redhead who makes technicolor
necessary, is not only a baseball
buff but also quite a hand With
horoscopes. This has to do with
heavenly bodies, and ain't it the
truth. But, to get back to base baseball,'
ball,' baseball,' she has turned her astrologi astrological
cal astrological microscope on the floundering
Yankees and made a nuMber of
interesting discoveries.
BLUE FOR. SOME TIME
"ThinEl ere going to reriain in
the blue 'aide for them for 'some
time 'yetriihe
11160, it might be interjected, is
Tina's favorite color. The Yankee
bine to which ehe refers is several
shades darker than the light
bliie of her bedrdom, with its blue
padded silk headboard, blue drapes
blue coverlet and, s'help me, a
blue mirror.
"The key Yankee players are

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feeling adverse planterary in influences,1
fluences,1 influences,1 she insisted. "Too ma many
ny many of them are Tauruses (Taurip
and Leos and they are goi g
through a period of great- nerv nervousness
ousness nervousness and tenseness.'
Taurus, as I get it, is a bull
and Leo is a lion in the planetary
batting order. The ways of this
outer space animal world' are
strange to me but there's no quell.'
lion about the Yankees being as
tight as Tina's blue dress.
"The stars say that they'll come
to better times soon.' she added
"so I'm quite certain that they'll
eventually win the pennant. After
rill, the stars also say that Casey
Stengel will retire in a year and he
wouldn't quit a loser.'
LIBRAS, NOT PITCHING
The big Yankee need, if you
thought it was pitching, accordinii
'o Tina's satellite soothsaying is
for more Libras. These' are folks
who werb born,between Sept. 24
and Oct. 23 so it doesn't look as
if Ralph Tem and. Hector Lopez,
obtained Tuesday 'in,. the trade
with Kansas City, will be of much
assistance., Terry is a capricorn
and Lopez is a moon, child.
"The Yankees,' according to the
stars, aren't hungry enough," Ti Tina
na Tina related. 'They have too many
outside financial interests. Berra

You Gotta
Have Heart

SErNDAY AMERICAN'

- Ey HARRY GRAYSON
- NEW YORK (NEA) What
did James Joseph Dykes, the old
repairman of baseball do to so
quickly make the Tigers reopect reopect,
, reopect, able?
"Not much," says JiMMIe
Dykes, who has been in tbe rack racket
et racket for 42 years, neatly all of it
in the majors. "I kept M Kathie
in center field and put Charley
Maxwell in left."
Dykes says be kept Kaline in
,' center only because the Bahl BahlMere
Mere BahlMere kid had played there just
once due to the fact that Harvey
Kuenn, the incumbent, had lelen
struck rattler severely on the
arm by a pitched ball.
"Secretly," says Dykes, "1
Alain) wanted to see Kaline in
center field for five years, or
since I first saw him as a fresh freshman.
man. freshman. Until the other day, I had
no right to order or suggest it.
never could underetand why an
outfielder with Kaline's speed,
- ball hawking ability and arm
was kept cornered in right field.
The situation would have been
the same had he played left tied.
couldn't figure an outfielder
like him limited by a foul line."
BASEBALL IMMEDIATELY ac accepted
cepted accepted Kaline, now only 24, at a
stickout when in his sophomore
year he led the America n
League in hits with 200 and bat batting
ting batting with .340 as. he manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured 27 homera driving in 102 runs.
While Kaline, who came into the
business doing everything natural natural!
! natural! ly, hasn't had what could be
called a bad year since, he has
not lived up to his early foot.
And last season, when his home
run output dropped to 16 and
the runs-batted-in to 85 as he hit
.313, people began to ask, "Will
Kaline ever. live up to the great
expectations?"
When Dykes so suddenly and
dramatically assumcl command
of a Detroit entry which had won
only two of 17 games on 'May 3,
the first thing he did was tell Ka Kaline,
line, Kaline, "You are going to stay In
center field. Run the other lel lellows
lows lellows the hell off any bail you
think you can catch."
Kaline has been doing that
since and enjoying himself bat batting
ting batting .344.
"He's been terrific," beams
Dykes, "made some wonderful
catches."
AS DYKES EXPLAINS, All Ka Kaline
line Kaline ever needed to be a big ball
player was the .showcase where
he belongs in center field.
"Now that he has more oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to exhibit his truly remark remarkable
able remarkable fielding skill you'll hear
more of him,'' says the man who
played io much third base for
Connie Mack.
.14then Dykes arrived In Tiger Tigertolirn
tolirn Tigertolirn just before the, start of
double-heade,r with the Yankeee
on May 3, he inquired as to the
whereabouts of Charley MaxWell.
He was informed that Maxwell
was out with a bad finger and
hadn't played much. Finding that
the finger injury had healed, he
stuck Maxwell in left field. Max Maxwell
well Maxwell hit four home runs as the
Tigers swept the double-header.
DYKES ALWAYS liked Max Maxwell.
well. Maxwell. "I engineered a Baltimore
trade for him when he was with
Boston," he recalls. "When Paul
Richards took my job in Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, the first thing he did was
trade Maxwell to Detroit.

"So, I .wind up with Charley
Maxwell in the end, and ywi
know something, I may stick
him in the batting order beaind
Kaline. Pitchers are not givittg
Kaline anything- good to hit. With
Charley's home run- swing com coming
ing coming up they may make a little
more effort to get Kaline .out.
"Give this club a little hitting
at first base and som e relief
pitching and we'll stir up trou trouble
ble trouble all the way along the route.
"The Yankees?" says Jimmie
Dykes. "Now they know how the
other seven have lived, and I'm
enjoying it as mtich gs anyoody
else."

ITHACA, N. Y. (NEA) In
the Ithaca College production, of
the musical, "Damn 'Yankees,"
John Larsen sings the song,
"You Gotta Have Heart."
He -does.

Alter a late evening rehearaa!
Larsen left at 5 a.m. to drive to
Buffalo to compete in a track
meet against the University of
Buffalo. 'A
He scored for Ithaca In the
shotput and discus' and immedi immediately
ately immediately drove the 150 miles back
to Ithaca for an evening dress
rehearsal. t

and Gil McDouglad .both are un under
der under the sign of Taurus, along with
Country Slaughter, and this is a
bad period for them although
brighter days are ahead. Bob Tur Turley
ley Turley is a Virgo and the influences
are bad for him, too,: right now.
"Bobby Shame is a Libra,' ,the
statuesque actrees' tontinued, "and
should hlep the Yankeet greatly
in this period al they find them themselves
selves themselves again. Moose Showron is a
Sagittarius and this is very prom promising.
ising. promising. pelt be a great help with
his enthusiasm and inspirational
qualities.
"lie and would get, along well,
loo," she dimpled dreamily. .1'1
get along fine with Sagittarians.
No, not so well with Leos.'
, As the lady said. it's a distres distressing
sing distressing planetary time for us lions.
Stengel, another Leo, knows ex exactly
actly exactly what I meat.

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Field & Stream

By AL McCLANE
Flailing Editor
RETRIEVE a lure slowly, par particularly
ticularly particularly when working fcpr, fish
which commonly follow a hait,for
long distances before striking.
When we think of predictable
lure tellers, two species that
come to mind are the northern
pike in freshwater and the bar barracuda
racuda barracuda in sail water. They'll
splash 'water in your face with a
last -second strike.
The fish will hit just before the
lure reaches the boat. Most an anglers
glers anglers have experienced at least
one aerial attackwith the pike or
barracuda leaping at the bait as
it's lilted from the water. It's ve very
ry very difficult to hook a fish when
just a few feet of line is extend extended
ed extended from the rod tip.
Usually you can tease them into
striking- before that vulnerable
mond by stopping the retreve
and letting the lure sit quietly. The
fish will think his quarry is heip heipless
less heipless and one little twitch of the
bait Is enough to draw a resound resounding
ing resounding strike. Predatory fish Lre
cautious' because if their food is
real they have plenty of time to
size it up and make certain nO0ody
struck a hook in it.
l This characteristic caused what
was probably the most unusual an
gling accident we have heard of in
many ycars.
Lorenzo Mills, 42, and Willie
Stevenson, 38, were fishing off
Ildiarni from a 14-foot outboard
lwhen the accident occurred.
'Mills deeribed it to doctors who
put six stitches in his neck.
"I was sitting up in the bow
reeling in my line. Just arter I
lilted the bait out of the water I
felt something hit my neck real'
hard. The next thing I saw was the
barracudamust have been two
feet longJumping back into the
water. I didn't even know I was
htirt until Willie said to mef "That
fish tut your throat man.'
The blood-soaked Mills had a
three-inch gash in his neck
which missed his Jugular vein by
one inch.
The chances of such an acct.
dent happening again must be
one in a billion. But as long as
.your lure is in the water sonic
open-mouthed critter is going to be
ditturbed by it.
Give him a chance to make up
his mind.

NEW EDITION Billy Farrell
led 19 ;iew Jersey qualifiers
for the United States Open
Golf Championship at Winged
Foot, 11-13. His father, Johnny,
best Bobby Jones in a play-ofe
for the title in 4928. Both tedeh
golf.

DARK CELLAR-...; Bempec Bempectacled
tacled Bempectacled Norm Siebern strikingly
illustrates how dejectedly the
New York Yankees walked
to the dressing room when
they hit the league's.basement.

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By JOHN MORRISSEY
NEW YORK (NEA) You cant
keep people on a starvation diet
and expect them to stay interest interested
ed interested in baseball.
Seated in a Times Square res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, Frank Forbes' bow lie
rode up and down.his Adam's ap apple
ple apple as he sipped coffee and be bemoaned
moaned bemoaned the American League
schedule.
"Whoever made It up," Forbes
said, "should have his head ex examined.
amined. examined. The Yankees are dut of
town for such long stretches that
the average guy doesn't know
when there's a game at the Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Worse, he's beginning to
care less."
Taking advantage of the I an ankee's
kee's ankee's schedule, Forbes once more
is promoting Negro American
League games at the Stadium.
' "Did pretty good last year," he
said. "Had an average of nearly
6,00."
The league is composed of Ite
Kansas City Monarchs, Memphis
Red Soz, Birmingham Black
Barons, Detroit Stars, Newark
Indians and the Raleigh Tigers.
As Forbes stresses, the Nation National
al National League abandoning New York
Brooklyn and Boston and teevi teevision
sion teevision killing so many minor leagues
opened a tremendous new
for the Negro League
"Each club has its own bus,"
be explained. "It's nothing for a
club to hop 500 miles for one game.
The teams play throughout the
country. People on farms pile into
trucks and ride in to see live naseball.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
Washington Redskins have traded
fullback Bill Hicks to the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Steelers ,or defensive half halfback
back halfback Richie McCabe. The ex exchange
change exchange was another move in
coach Mike Nixon's b d to
strengthen Washington's defensive
unit.

Olciost Racing Silks
NEW YORK (UPI) The old oldest
est oldest American racing silks are
Howell E. Jackson's solid maroon
adonfed in 1825 from the colors
of William G. Harding. a forbear
of President Andrew Jackson.

Help Your Plies
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Piles anothor hour without trying
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starts curbing Pile miseries 8 ways: 1.
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"Our clubs play in towns which
still have minor league fran franchises,
chises, franchises, too, moving in while the
home team is on the road. The
owner can't make money with an
empty park. Our clubs get from
65 to 70 percent."
Forbes stands five feet six,
weighs 150 pounds. He refuses to
give his age. "Just say I'm bp
there," he said, raising his hands.
"Way up."
--
Forbas was graudted from Ho Howard
ward Howard University in 1912. He play playefl
efl playefl football and baseball for the
Washington school. During the
summer, he played shortstop for
the Lincoln Giants in New York
under an assumed name. "Got 20
bucks a game," he recalled. As
scout for the New York Giants,
he put the OK on Willie Mays.
"The Negro League gets play playersfrem
ersfrem playersfrem all'partrof the eouniry,
he, went on. "A lot of them are
college boys playing their way
through school. They get frtn
$200 to $300 a month. Since they're
on the road most of the tIme
,they don't have 'to worry about
expenses.

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AMADOR CHAMPS The team from D Battery, 4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery will rep- :
resent Fort Amador in the Panama Armed Forces Company Level Basketball Tournament tO,
be held at Fort Kobbe June 4-15. Undefeated this year, the men from Flamenco Island were
runners-up in last year's PAF competition. Kneeling, left to right, are Sp-5 Ray Crawford, Pfc.
Ramon Valentin, Sp-4 Richard Burback, Pvt. J)hn Vawter, Pfc. Joe Jacobs and Sp-4 Frank
Dock Wender. Standing are Sp-4 Robert Brown, Pfc. Harry Corwin, MSgt. Edward Marshall,
coach; 2nd Lt. DOMild Johnson and Sp-4 Douglas Anderson. Not shown is Sp-4 Carl William&
Eight Army and two Air Force teams already have been selected for the tournament, while
Navy still is conducting tryouts for its entrants. --(U.S. Army Photo)

Negro League Steps In Where.
Organized Ball Walked Oot

"There ar plenty of players to,
the Negro League who shouhl
make the majors. Ira McKnight,
the Monarchs' outfielder-catcher,
wak in the Yankees' camp last
year, but I believe he hurt:! his
arm. Kansas City also has. ,tes--
se Townsend, who holds the all alltime
time alltime strikout record of 23." ';
,
The Nog re N a t Iona !Algae
folded in 1947 because it lOst its tit.
tractions to the majors, but the
Negro American is no longe;
worried abotit having twirl
raided.
"We went to court to step ,it,
emphasized Forbes. "If a club-ht
'organized ball wants one of nut
players now, it has to buy.
"Great players played In -tilt
Negro leaguesSatchel Page,'
Willie Mays, Ernie Banks, Roy
Campanella, Henry Thomplone.
Monte Irvin- end LarrytDob3i01 Ikts
mong them.
"Why, one year Campanella olas,
rated no better than the fourth' r
fifth best catcher."
Frank Forbes closed with' 04:
He felt that it clinched any; aro
gument regarding talent.

Club Notes
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Eight trapshooters turned out for the pre-State Trapshoot,
held by the Balboa Gun Club at it's Far Fan range. Sundai,
May 24. '4 .14 v
The following soofes will give the boyi some idea of whom
they will have to beftt in order to walk away with any of the
beautiful silver trOphies, contributed by the Amateur Traoshoot"
ing Association, Vandalia, Ohio, in the "State Shoot" being held
this weekend at the Cristobal Gun Club.
Player Hdcp. Hdep. Doubles Total
Yds. Event Event Score
Bill Cunningham 21 t,7 43 .. 90 t
Maury Holmes 20 46 39 85
Doc. XYZ 21 41 43 84
Dave Boostrom 18 Jr. 44 36 80
H. H, Shacklett 19 46 33 74 ".
Fred Brent 113 Jr. 28 38 68
Don Boostrom 20 37 20 57
Lee Carr 18 44
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages FOR RENT:Modern 2 bed- FOR SALE:-1951 Ford sedan, FOR SALE:---FULL CERAMIC FOR SALE:--Autematie washer FOR 1A1.1v,--Lete 500 and 1.000
' - Sante Oars R. de P Pitons Pe- rooms apartment, hot water. bal- very good. Phone Balboa 2-3692. EQUIPMENT, four kilns from and dryer, 21 inch television set, sneers, le the Nuevo Nipildrome '
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rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses I
f FOR RENT:--3 bedroom chalet,
; porch. office, 2 bathrooms.
1. Plaid's room, garage, large space
T, for ploy ground, Campo Alegre,
$200.00. Phone 3-1184.
t, FOR REPITT.--Furnished chalet
bring-dining room, 3 bedrooms,
maid's room, garage. For infor inforr
r inforr motion call Tel. 3-4641.
t FOR RENT:Vacation quarters;
three bedrooms; fully furnished;
1,, from mid-lune to mid-September.
1 Salton 3079.
FOR RENT:Vacation house at
EL VALLE, 2 bedroom chalet, 2-
( large porches, parlor, iningroom,
kitchen, garage, d, tiled.
' Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT:Iuly and August
, beautiful and comfortable 3 bed bed,
, bed, room, 2 bathroom house at rea reasonable
sonable reasonable price to reliable person
20 minutes from city. Tel. Las
Cumbres 2787, 7 a.m. noon or 6
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FOR RENT: 316 80 square
meters. suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, be ber
r ber Posen Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
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oldliron. Call Balboa 1700 for
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Wednesday evening when the
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Evergreen Garden Club will be
presenting a flower show at the
Paraiso Gym on June 7 in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan.
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Biddy Parker.
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LEAVE Y0111 AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37 "H" SWEET. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO-7 Street Xs. II AGENCIAS
INTtRNAL. DE FUBLICACIONESNo. 3 Lottery Pia CASA XALDOCentral Ave. 45 LOURDES FHARMACV.-182 La Carmen' lia EARMACIA
BARDONo. 26 "B" Street MORRISON-4th of July Ave. SL LEWIS SERVICEAve. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNUDOS-146 Central Ave.
EARMACIA LUX-164 Central Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEJ. Fee. de la One Ave. Ne. 41 Faro DOMEJudo Artatentena Ave. and 33 St. ItAlt,
MACIA VAN DER JIS-50 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL BATURROParquo Letevre 7 Streltt FARMACIA "SA.S"--Aqa Ferree NOVEDADES ATMS-.
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FOR RENT:Modern 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, hot water, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, etc: Cangreio, 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
S185.00. Tel. 3-4994 office
hours.
FOR RENT:--Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama 3-
4946. Atter hours 3-6737.
FOR RENT:In El Cangreio, 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, 11 Street;
room $15.00, 16 Street Rio A Abaio;
baio; Abaio; room $12.00, 12 Street San
Francisco; 3-room house Chili Chilibre
bre Chilibre $10.00. Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT:In El Cangreio. 2
bedroom apartment. comfortable.
furnished. Hot water, garoget
big yard. $140.00 3-3839.
FOR RENT :Cangreio. Furniih Furniihed
ed Furniihed one room apartment with
bathroom, balcony, kitchen, hot
water, new furniture. $85.00.
Call 3-1789.
FOR R N T: Comfortable
WILCOX APARTMENTS," New
Cristobal. Garage facilities. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 877, Colon.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment, all comodities, won wonderful
derful wonderful building. "Cheles" apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Ricardo Arias Street.
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-7921.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with new furniture, two
bedrooms, one with air condi conditioning
tioning conditioning "Bah Wares" Build Building,
ing, Building, across Sentuario. Samuel
Lewis Street, Tel. 3-7921.
What Kept Him?
LEWISTON, Maine (UPI)-- Al
Couture of Lewiston is credited
with boxing's fatest recorded
knockout. On Sept. 24, 1946, he
bolted out of his corner at the bell
and floored his rival, Ralph Wel.
ton, with one punch. The time was
announced at 10,a seconds.
Thought for today: Public opin opinion
ion opinion though often formed upon a
wrong basis, yet generally has a
strong underlying sence of ins.
tice. Lincoln.
Blaik'a Mark at Army
WEST POINT, N.Y. (UPI)
Earl Balik, who retired after the
1958 season as head football
coach at Army, behind a rec record
ord record of 121 wins, 3 loses, and 10
ties in 18 years as the Cadets'
coach.
Battcl .500
NEW YORK (UPI) Exter Exterminator.
minator. Exterminator. one of the greatest geld geldings
ings geldings in American turf history,
went to the post 100 times and won
50 races.
FOR RENT
Un 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
Espafia on 46th block --
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AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Governmeht Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
On neW cars
AGENCV DEHLINOER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
SEEK CHANGES
MOSCOW (UPI) The execu executive
tive executive committee of the Internation International
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resolved today to press for the
convening of a worldwide United
Nations conference on the easing
lof passport, visa and customs bar barriers
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FOR $141.1:-11951 Ford sedan.
very good. Phone Balboa 2-3692.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission. Leaving tor
States, duty paid. 3-027S Fa-.
namti.
FOR SALE:--1958 Fordor Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 6, standard shift, 11,000
miles. Telephone 6-170 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1951 Rambler
station wagon $225, Balboa,
6326.
FOR SALL-1959 Ford 4 door,
Deluxe 300, blue and white
styltone paint. radio and heater,
V-11, 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 SALL-1956 Ford Fordor,
V-8. Fordomatic, with radio,
new tires. Call Robb 84-8143.
FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac Star
Chief 4 door sedan, hydramatic.
Excellent condition, less than
36.000 miles. Original owner.
Qtrs. 1 1 1, Albrook, phone 86.-
4144.
FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac hy hydramatic,
dramatic, hydramatic, radio, heater and other
extras, one owner, phone Quarry
Hts. 4276.
FOR SALE:-1953 MG Roadster
TD1. Mark II. New top, side win windows.
dows. windows. nice condition. Phone Bar Barret,
ret, Barret, 3-0703, Panama.
FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 2
door sedan, powerglids. Excellent
condition. Original owner, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2488.
FOR SALE:--1956 perfect (En (English
glish (English Ford). excellent condition.
Balboa 2-4434. 5091-B. Parson
St Diablo.
FOR SALE:MG-57 green con convertiKs,
vertiKs, convertiKs, radio, white tires. See
it, Pasadena Station (Transist (Transistmica)
mica) (Transistmica) FOR SALE:-55 Chevrolet 2
door, radio, hydromatic, 2 tone,
excellent condition. Call Balboa
1835.
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Cent Century
ury Century Hard Tots Coupe, in excellent
condition, with Radio & W. W.
Tires. Selling price $1,650. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759'
from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine,
sport car in fine conditions. For
information call 3-1141 be between
tween between 9 a.m. and 5 Pm and
after 5 p.m. 3-3069.
MEG'S NEWEST Princess
Margaret of England has added
a prince to her list ,of admirers.
He's Prince Henry of Hesse, 31,
an artist and cousin of former
King Humberto of Italy,
3Time Winners
NEW YORK (UPI) St. John's
(N.Y.) is the only school to win
the National Invitation basketball
tournament three times in 1943,
'44 and '59. Joe Lapnick coached
all three teams.
Guid
col. inch
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Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W. IL
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
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FOR SALE:---FULL CERAMIC
EQUIPMENT, four kilns from
6"xiS" to large one for firing
22" pieces, clay, glazes, under underglazes,
glazes, underglazes, potters' w h I, Pail;
buckets; cabinet; bins. STEVEN STEVENSON,
SON, STEVENSON, 16113 Williamson Ate.,
Gamboa, Phone 6-317.
FOR SALE: Electric Mangel
(ironer); steam iron; various
tables; heavy work benches;
couch back (for magazines and
ornaments fits Quartermaster
cotl; student's desk; tile 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"!
'Potty" chair; doll carriage;
games; dynamo, wire fence; por porcelain
celain porcelain refrigerator (after June
10thl; FULL SCREEN-WOODMETAL
ENCLOSURE for under
Duplex quarters; ORCHIDS;
HUDSON COMMANDER 8, new
tires, mechanically perfect. Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson 1618 Williamson Ave.,
Gamboa: Phone 6-317.
FOR SALE:Hallicrafter SX SX100,
100, SX100, DX-40, WO. D-104 mike,
three element 10 meter beam.
S325.00. Phone lbrook 2286.
Going vacation? Grand sale In Indians
dians Indians pro-Colombian motis. Take
advantages. Arts Las Americas.
National Ave.
FOR SALE: Encyclopedia
"Americana" 36 volumes, per perfect
fect perfect condition $10000. Phone
Panama 3-6524.
No. 77334 2 DE LUXE
COLDSPOT AIR CONDITIONS,
7.5 Ampt., 34 HP 115 Volts.
Completely automatic, Remov Removable
able Removable filter, extractor and de dehumidifier.
humidifier. dehumidifier. Guaranteed. Reg Regular
ular Regular $219.95 NOW $178.00.
No. 56734 1 CODSPOT AIR
CONDITIONER, 34 HP 115
Volts, 7500 BTU. Completely
automatic, 2 speeds. Easy in instaiiation.
staiiation. instaiiation. Guaranteed. Regular
$23'?.95 NOW $183.00.
No. 563340 COLDSPOT
AIR CONDITIONER 34 HP
115 Volts, 8000 BTU. Com Completely
pletely Completely autodmatic. Removable
filter, 2 speeds. Guaranteed.
Regular $249.95 NOW 8188.00
No. MD COLDSPOT RE REFRIGERATOR,
FRIGERATOR, REFRIGERATOR, 11 c.f., 70
Pound Freezer. Porcelain Inte Interior.
rior. Interior. Aluminum shelves. Reg Reguglar
uglar Reguglar 8319.95 NOW 3198.00.
SEARS ROEBUCK, S. A. Lee
Angeles Transithmian
way. Open from 8:45 a.m. te
12, and from 2:00 p.m. to 6:45
Pm
FOR SALE: Brambach Baby
Grand Piano. Phone Navy 2498.
Lessons
ORGAN PIANO ACORDION
Summers lessons Atlantic and
Pacific side call: Prof. Franz
Manfredi Panama' 3-1909.
Learn to drive in Panama City,
without danger. Dual control
car. Expert instructor. Phone
3-0338.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:Triumph motorcycle
T-100, 500 cc, top condition.
Call Balboa 2-3239.
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UM
Jimmy Brown, Syracuse Univer University
sity University All-American, won the hali halicarrying
carrying halicarrying championship of the Na National
tional National Football League as a Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Brown freshman in 1957.
ARRIVING SOON
the
German
FORD TUNS
Tudors, rordors, Station Wagons
at COSMOS, S. A.
IFrangipani front National Stadium

The Pacific Steam llavigalion Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER MO)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES

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MN. "SANTADER'' June 9
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KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
8.8. "REINA DEL MAR"
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Horne' Articles 1

FOR SALE:--AutemaHt washer
and dryer, 21 inch toleyision set
leaving for States. 3-0279 Pan
- ama.
FOR SALE:Cheap, dining room
set, hand carved mahogany. with
glass. Peru Ave. 37-20 upstairs.
Tel. 3-0249.
FOR SALE: Bendix washing
S30 00; deep freezer, porcelain
$75; refrigerator $125: House
5780-A, Diablo, phone 2-4293.
FOR SALE: Solid mahogons
dining room table and four chairs
$3000. Day bed with couch
cover and pillows S115.00. House
0425-A Venado St. Al Kelt. Tot.
2-3497.
FOR SALERattan ilyingroom,
day, Ain 2 8 a.m. to 5 P.m.
6 piece set, for sale. See Toes Toes0304
0304 Toes0304 Cable Heights. Ancon. Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
FOR SALIE:Maytag automatic
washer, 1953 model. Perfect
mechanical condition. 6100.00.
Qtrs. 111, Albrook, phone 86-
4144.
DINING ROOM set, refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, Rattan furniture, home ar articles,
ticles, articles, 561 Corozal, Balboa --
1617.
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Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
SOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Raphella Balm. message from
Major Warton. Curundu
3188.
THE QUEENQueen Juliana
of The Netherlands marks her
50th birthday without crown or
robes of state. The only daugh daughter
ter daughter of Queen Wilhelmina suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded to the throne- on bar
mother's retirement in 1940-
Re liabl.
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Dave
Phil ley of the Philadelphia Phil Phillies
lies Phillies holds the major league con consecutive
secutive consecutive pinch hitting record
with nine straight hits.
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Protects Metal Longer
Distributorx
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PON $A1.1:,--Lets 500 and 1.000
nutters, in the Nuevo Ni.Odrome
Urbanization across the Romeo
Racetrack. AN lots with .atmet
fronts. sewage. water main end
electricity. Call W. McIlamett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: 11,000 meters,
50c. meter at El Valle. Phons
Panama 4-1043, from 8 to 10
a.m.
FOR SALE: 12-room house,
Paso Ancho, token, $800.00.
Call 3-5874, Panama.
St. Petersburgh, Florida. "Ditch
Diggers Headquarters." We sell
good value. Attractive Homes at
reasonable prices. Also can as assist
sist assist you in obtaining good ren rentals.
tals. rentals. Write or see Troy Hayes,
former Canal Zone Police Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant for 30 years. cio White WhiteRobinson
Robinson WhiteRobinson Realty, Inc. 121 9th
Street North Telephone 7-0344
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Nursery School. Transportation
provided Balboa, Ancon: Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, Clayton. Children 212 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 service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELE.
. TELE. VISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.M.
Camera Repairs. All makes, all
work, guaranteed, Natters 8057
7th St. Phone 103, Colon.
Wall Street
CHATTER
NEW YORK (131:1)-- Further
sidewise movement is likely to
develop in the stock, market, says
Bache and C9.
Van Alstyne, Noel and Co. be believes
lieves believes that there is a measure of
consolidation taking plane here and
there and while stocks are not
moving higher in the aggressive
manner they had previously nei neither
ther neither is there a tendy toward any
pressure on the selling side.
Moody's sees no call to with withdraw
draw withdraw from stocks that are solid
but feels the logic of the situation
sjggests that investors should be
willing to reduce risks in the stock
market during the course of the
year.
J. W. parks and Co. lists Gen General
eral General Tire as its trading recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of the week.
American Viscose sales should
exceed 240 million dollars and
earnings are expected to range
between $5.50 and ,$6 a share, a against
gainst against $2.83 in 1958, according to
J. R. Williston and Beane.
May Department Stores 1959
earnings should better last year's
$2.95 a share, says Josephthal and
Co.
Walston and Co. estimates West Westinghouse
inghouse Westinghouse Electric's earnings at
$4.75 a share against 54.25 in 1958.
Getting Around
NEW YORK (UPI) The most
widely-traveled player in major
league history was James T. Mc McGuire,
Guire, McGuire, who played for 12 differ different
ent different clubs between 1884 and 1912.
Pretty Fest Year
MELBOURNE ---(UPI)-- Aus Australian.track
tralian.track Australian.track star Herb Elliot ran
10 one-mile races during 1958, anck
broke four minutes in every one
of them.
Ex-Jeckey a Judge
NEW YORK (UPI) Former
jockey Warren Mehrtens, who
rode Assault to his Triple Crown
victories in 1946, is a placing judge
at the New York tracks and
serves as a steward at Delaware
Park.

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Investor's Guidi:
By Sam SW losky
A frequent question relates to
"joint tenancy'' of securities bf
ten asked with the question of
estate taces in mind,.
As I have said often, it Is dif difficult
ficult difficult to get a definitive answer
on this question. Lawyer's opion-1
ions differ. However, I am happy
to present some-facts contained
in the Grace National Bank
Trust and Estate Leg, sent in by
Carl A. Schmidt, assistant trust
officer.
This study points out some
short cnmings in joint tenancy:
A will does not --affect jointly,
owned property, which may
bring some unexpected, results in
clearing up an estate.
Joint ownership is generally In Inflexible
flexible Inflexible and can -tie up the pro property
perty property in an arrangemdnt which
does not meet cha,ging condi condition.
tion. condition. Joint ownership may cost more
in Federal estate taxes, not less.
The article winds up with sofid
advice: "Joint tenandies' may be
good or bad in your own situa situation.
tion. situation. In any event, they should be
used only upon the aditice of
your lowyer.'
Q. My husband and I, 67 and
91, are building a portfolio for our
future security. We hold Amer American
ican American Electric Power, Corn Pro Products,
ducts, Products, Anaconda, Southern Hy.,
Seaboard Finance. We made some
'profits on a tobacco stock and
put a new bathroom in our apart apart'ment.
'ment. apart'ment. Now we are planning on
selling our apartment house and
going to Florida. We would like
you list of suggestions.
A. You youngsters don't need
any help from me. You have an
'excellent list of stocks. Just on
the chance you might want some
ideas for additional funds, now nowever,
ever, nowever, I am sending along a Est of

In Your Pocketbook

Warning to all financial Institu Institutions:
tions: Institutions: Rephrase your messages to the
public. Until you learn to talk to
us- inwords that we can really
understand, those millions of dol dollars
lars dollars you spend each year to win
our friendship itnd ourpatronage
never really will pay off.
Right this minute I can hear
hundreds of bank officials, insu insurance
rance insurance men, realtorst and secur securities
ities securities dealers screaming. "Where
does she get the notion that we
are so misunderstood?"
Gentlemen and ladiesthis is
no idle notion. I've got proof in
my own backyard. I'm an eyewit eyewitness
ness eyewitness to one of the most exciting
experiments ever undertaken to
help the public get a basic grasp
of the financial problems that face
every family.
Dorothy Noble Smith of Chemic Chemical
al Chemical Corn Exchange Bank,9who neads
the women's division of the New
York State Bankers' 'Assn., is con conducting
ducting conducting a series of free lectures.
The public has been invited to a
New York junior high school to
get this guidance. What is being
offered is the type of program the
citizens of every state should ask
its bankers to provide for them.
The speakers at these ssions
don't wear gray flannel suits but
print dresses and fussy hats. But
they aren't speaking to just a
bunch' of other print dresses and
fussy hats. With an audience
that is at least -one-third men,
I've seen it demonstrated that
an impressive portion of the con confusion
fusion confusion that exists between. people
and their pocketbooks is simply
due to semantics.
Get a load of the questionSt
0: What le the difference be behveen
hveen behveen a bank check and a cashi cashier's
er's cashier's check?
A: No difference.
Q: Can passbook loans be
made up to 100 per cent of the
amount of money in my savings
account?
A: Yes.
Q: What is the difference be
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top Linty, long time. dividend
payers.
Q. Three years age I put $20,-
000 hall my funds.: into stoCks;
Allied Stores, American Can, Am.
and Foreign 'Power. .Dow, Du DuPont,
Pont, DuPont, Eastman Kodak. Stand Standard
ard Standard Oil, .Union Carbide. .U. S.
Steel The dividends plus the in interest
terest interest on my savings. accounts
am insufficient for my needs and
I want to sell some.- of the stock
instead of cutting into reserves.
I have beneficiary,- therefore
would not consider an annuity
Which stocks should sell at this
time?
A. Before ttittbig into capital
either in the securitiet 'or in the
sevings bank I inggest you try
getting more intome from your
securities.
You have without donbt just
about the blues 'of the blue rib ribbon
bon ribbon stocks. But several of them
are far more suitble for a young
person seeking ,capital growth
then for a retired person who
needs income, I refer te'Dow, Du DuPont,
Pont, DuPont, Kadak, Union, taribide aa
ezamples. These are certainly a among
mong among the finest growth stocks
anybne could own but, for that
very reason, they yield only a
comparatively low return on the
capital invested.
Why not talk over with your
broker the switching of some of
these shares into more generous
dividend payers such as Allied
Stores, An. and Foreign Power,
which you already own 6. .and
into some top quality rails and
utilities which you don't OWn, but
should.
If, after you readjust your por portafolio
tafolio portafolio to approach e 4 1-2 to five
per cent yield you still can't mate
ends meet you could then cut
into either securities or savings
account. But I wouldn't do etiher
while you continue to hold etockS
which yield only two to three per.
cqnt.
tween a joint bank, account, et
one that reacts John and Mary
or ono that r;oads Johrt,and-er
'Mary? ,
' A: Mire it' no difference be
tween any of these. I don't se,
why the banks don't simply eel
them all two name accounts.
Members of this audience, Bei
one of them a well dressed cid
zen, pop questions like: 'What
margin? What is,a letter of ore
dit? What does FDIC stand forl
Millions upon millions of words
have already been written and
spoken on the above topics and
the others considered in the
lecture series. A great protien of
this literature is avilable free to
all for just the asking. Yet I sus suspect
pect suspect a great many of us refrain
from asking for fear that- we
won't understand what has been
written or what Is being said.
Now if all you financial institu institutions
tions institutions would get busy an translate
your Pfinancialese" people would
have to spend less time and ener energy
gy energy figuring but how to use your
services.
They would have more under.,
standing of which of your services
would be best of their own parti particular
cular particular needs. With greater under understanding
standing understanding of what it is you offer,
would come greater use. And, in
direct proportion to the increased
use of financial services all of as
would benefit.
Meetings
Toastmasters Clu
Meets Tomorrow
Col. A. L. Bennett, second ries
president of the Panama Toast
master's Club, has announced
that the group will hold a regulav
meeting Monday night at 7:3(4 al
El Panama Hilton Hotel.
The meeting will feature ex
tenporaneous speeches, wilich
may be made either in English or
Spanish.

tividend
Yut $20,-
1 stoCks;
an, Am.
)w, Du-Stand-.U.
S.
the in inineounts
ineounts inineounts eds and
le stock
serve&
berefore
annuity
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spital
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m your
IA' just
que !lis !list
t !list them
a young
growth
DU Wilt"
)ow, Du Dubide
bide Dubide as
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Conies summer, small chips go down to the sea ht ships. This
one Is all set with striped cardigan worn with nautical print
shirt and solid light blue slacks. These sun-decked fashions
are by Hi-Line.--By GAME DIMAS, NEA Women's Editor. :

7 k Akte Ated

' Writes Mrs. T., "Our daughter
Will give up weekend evenings
to Daoy-sit tor chighbors, but if we
'want her to look out kir the
younger children while we go out,
there's always some excuse. She
won't do it even for pay. What's
' the matter with a girl who'll do
for strangers what she won't do
for her ONVII parents?"
Maybe the neighbrs ask her
to sell them her time as baby sit sitter.
ter. sitter. Do' you ask or do you de demand
mand demand that she sell it to you?
If we're going to hire a child
to do a special lob for us, we
have to grant him any prospec prospective
tive prospective employe's right to take it or
turn it down.
This is especially true of ado adolescent
lescent adolescent children.
Mrs. R.'s daughter is a case
In point. She has discovered that
her free time is her private pro propertyend
pertyend propertyend 'saleable. She'g grown
used to 'deciding whether she
wants to trade her weekend eve eve,
, eve, sings for money or whether she
doesn't.
At this point it's as silly to try
to force her to sell us her extra
tittle es It would be to dispose of
a younger ehildn's cornice ivith ivith:
: ivith: out consulting him. All we do is
to appear very arbitrary and on on.
. on. fair.
If we start thinking of her ex ex.
. ex. tra time as her private proper property.
ty. property. we can begin to xeknowledrre
- her right to refuse to sell it to
us.
There was a time when par par.
. par. eats could demod Pll children's
, work and get it without pay or
resnotment. Rid. that wa long a ago
go ago when families worked together
for survival and everyone's wnrk
was regarded. not as seleable
private prooerty but as a contri contribution
bution contribution to the common welfare.
Today, except for rout in e
chpres, youngsters can't help
thinking of their extra time as 'a
commodity. They see their Dar Dar-
- Dar- ents selling tseir tirpe as profita profitably
bly profitably as possible. I don't think we
can afford hurt and outrage
when they make it clear that
their extra time is theirs and
claim the right to sell it to stran
gers instead of to us.

NEW YORK (1.1PI) Dogs
are not snobb.sh. They don't let
pWigrees stand in the way of
having a howling good time at a
patty.
But, watch out for personality
clashes, says an amiable redhead
who learned from experience.
Party planner Nancy Lee
Sears recalls one of the funniest
incidents she witnessed in many
a soiree.

It seems a miniature black
poodle was greeted by her host hostess,
ess, hostess, also k miniature black poo poodle,
dle, poodle, wearing the same apache
costume. 13?,fore the owners
could separate them, the girls,
the blitelvskirts and berets were
sadly askew.
,
The guest's costume was clung clungid
id clungid and the party went on, poo poodles
dles poodles controlled, but icily cool to toward
ward toward each other.
-
This is only ono incident in the
life of a struggling young actress
with an unusual avocation, plan planning
ning planning parties for pets.

Says Denver-born Nancy: "Peo "People
ple "People have been throwing parties
for pets for some time. But it has
4 been haphazard."
Living in Manhattan, she Jour Jourtoys
toys Jourtoys once a week to an Allen Allentown,
town, Allentown, ;''Pa., ,department store.
1, There she enjoys the distinction
7 Of being the only pet consultant
in the world. In addition site al.
so helps owners select gifts,
greeting cards anti toys.
Dogs and cats really Pnjoy
their ,parties, although Nancy
bagn't set un any mixed affairs
4 Yet. "They're almost .Iike edi edit
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If we want to hire them we'd
better start acting like reasona reasonable
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ed wounded doves. Let's define the job we
offer, state the wage we're will willing
ing willing to pay. but leave the dedi dedision
sion dedision to do business with us to
them. Otherwise everyone can get
very mixed up and resentful.

Finger Painting is fun and
keeps youngsters out of mischief
for hours. And, even if they
smear the paint on themselves
and furniture, mother needn't
worry. It washes off with luke lukewarm
warm lukewarm suds and water.

,After a day of cleaning house,
rest your aching muscl.-s on a
soothing cushion. Experts have
found that resting arms on a
cushion will relax nerve and
muscle tensions. It also is a
comfort to those with arthritis
and. riTeumatism

An enamel double boiler can
be cleaned out quickly and ef effectively.
fectively. effectively. To remove dark water
stains in the bottom pan, fill the
pan with boiling water. Then
add one fourth cup of bleach
besos. Let stand a few minutes
and rinse thoroughly.

Manufacturers have new va vacuum
cuum vacuum cleaners doing everything
except baby sitting. They sug suggest
gest suggest housewives use the hose o!'
a canister-type cleaner to empty
ash trays. And don't forget to
wash trays at least once a week.

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could use a left-handed monkov pumps (
vrreneh now have an ally, with coat or
no joke intended. Thev are left- and-blae
handed pinkine 0-ear for sr"' bination.
naw seamstresses. Before their
introduellon. left-handerl women If you
struggled along with righ-hand- gray is
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Nancy Lee Sears, hostess extraordinary, relaxes
( of her guests at an Allentoum, puppy party.

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Their attractive quarters at Al Albrook(
brook( Albrook( are personalized with paint paintings
ings paintings from vacations, several Mrs.
Powel's own handwork, hand handsome
some handsome wood carvings and memen mementoes
toes mementoes of the Colonel's achievements
on a squash court. The center of
attention is a long coffee table ot
white Italian marble, set on gold
legs.
in these surroundings, and in a
well-manicured garden during the
dry season, Mrs. Powel has been
hostess to guests from the Isthmus,
from the States and from Air
Force missions throughout Latin
America. Most of the parties are
cocktail-type affairs, although
both Colonel and Mrs. Powel are
teetotalers. Mrs. Powel estimates
that at least half their evenings
are spent at social gatherings,
either their own those or they attend.

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When you're picking a swim swimsuit
suit swimsuit cmor, remember that tne
pinks, blues, golds and greens
plena best with the colors of
sea, sand and sky. They also
look great with a tan.
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On a trim figure, a two-piece
swimsuit is dandy. But if your
figure is less than trim, better
pick a one-piece snit. It will give
you a sleek look.
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For looking chic and well wellgroom,?cl
groom,?cl wellgroom,?cl all summer long, the
best thing to do is keep your
hair short and well trimmed.
Fancy nairdos just don't, belong
with sun, sand and surf.
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As an alternate to black patent
leather, try wearing pale beige
pumps or sandals with a black
coat or dress this spring. Beigeand-black
made a pretty com

If your hair is gray, the color
gray is not your best bet. Too
much of one thing. Pick the real really
ly really pretty pastels and even some
vivid colors. They'll play up the
silvery shading of your hair.

Pretty for wear in summer
showers: the all white raincoat
and matching white umbrella.
They give a girl a matchless matchlessly
ly matchlessly fresh and feminine look.

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By MARGIE ROTHROCK
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Contrary to popular opinion, beauty and brains CAN ".--"'"'"'""-
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vealed, fortified himself before (she laughed, "before the party
his can'ne guests arrived with got off the ground."
some sweet wine that had spill- But usually you have to prod
ed on the kitchen floor. the guests into mingling. First,
though, the guest list mast be
"He was climbing the walls," select.

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Mrs. Powel, who was Muriel Ap Applebee
plebee Applebee before her marriage, met
her husband while both were
working in the Pentagon. She had
come to Washington from her home
in Enfield, Maine, after discovecil
ing that government employes
doing even the most menial tasks
in the capital had a better income
than hers as a teacher.
She won her Phi Beta Kappa key
for superior scholastic achieve achievement
ment achievement at the University of Mame.
Her English degree in hand, she
taught in high school for a year--
a year which she terms her most
satisfying.
She was fortunate, she says, that
the students were. well-behaved,
since she was hardly older, than'
they.. In a successful effort to make
English interesting, sho, invited
her students to see Shakespeare
on film and introduced creative
writing and oratory into the class classwork.
work. classwork. Her. fondness for the teaching
profession shows. "If I were ever
to work for love, instead of money,
I would teach," she says firmly.
However, the split infinitive and
Shakespeare have taken a back
seat in her present-day busy life.
She is an active Gray Lady at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital and has been taking
Spanish lessons. Her two time-consuming
hobbies are both creative
sewing and painting.
nen were., times,- -says' MrS
Powel, ',when she inadeAll ot,her
clothes. Now she- occasionally
buys something ready-made., Her
dresses are notably simple ("I
don't like frills and ruffles"). She
works with patterns, but adjusts
them to her own tastes.
A small room of their home is
presently being adjusted to a
studio for her painting efforts. She
has taken some instruction local locally,
ly, locally, but has not yet resumed les lessons
sons lessons on a regular basis since
leaving Washington.
An ivory-coated piano, complete
with peg-legged stool, traveled lo
Panama with them, but has not
gotten as much use es originally
intended, admits Mrs. Powel.
The wall paintings reflect the
snowy Maine countryside, done by
the blonde artist during a recent
trip home. Another is a street
scene of Jamaica, acquired du during
ring during a honeymoon trip.
Mrs. Powel also traveled to
Europe in 1954, and saw the shores
of Lake Louise at Banff, Canada,
during a convention of her sorori sorority,
ty, sorority, Delta Delta Delta. She and her

Posh Pet Parties

"There are pets you shouldn't
invite to the 'same party. But I
hate to blacklist them. They're
sensitive, you know," she ex explained.
plained. explained. A big dog at a party for small smaller
er smaller dogs probably will look down
on his shorter revelers. Certain
breeds, especially those known
to be unfriendly, are definitely
trained as watch dogs.
-
With this in mind, Nancy sug suggested,
gested, suggested, "make sure all those on
the guest list are friendly and
compatible. Know the charac characteristics
teristics characteristics of the pets you invite."
A controllable number she has
found are five or six pets.
To get a party rolling, Nancy
uses her theatrical background
and launches into something dra dramatic.
matic. dramatic. .like bone scramble.
(Have more bones than dogs.)
Another good mixer is hide-themeatball.
If it is a birthday party, wrap
such gifts als toys or a new pair
of dog pajama in tissue. Put a
goodie in the package so the pet
will unwrap it himself. Pets love
this.
One wom,an made a meat loaf
birthday cake for her poodle.
With a candle in the top. it was
quite effective, Nancy reported.
Andwhen taking Poochie to
a party, make certain he is well
dressed.
"Pets have feelings, so make
sure your pet is dreseed Jugt as
well as the next one."

GOVERNOR RETIRES
VALLE'rTA, Malta (tPtlSir
Robert Layenek stepped down as
the British governor general of
Malta yesterday after aimpst
four years. He will be sueeeeaed
by Adm. Sir Guy Grantham.

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husband have visited in Latin A American
merican American countries during his cur current
rent current assignment.
Mrs. Powel claims that she
was courted quite literally. The
Colonel was on the court with a
tennis racket and she was on
the sidelines applauding. The si situation
tuation situation continues. Col. Powel was
a finalist in the recent Panatma
Armed Forces tennis tournament
and is active in so many other
activities that his wife insists
she has difficulty keeping up
with him.

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There are times when the
loveliest hair seems dull and list listless.
less. listless. Try shampooing it more
frequently and rinse thoroughly
after each sudeing. Also, you
might check your diet and the
number of hours of sleep you
aren't getting that You shoud.
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Polishing dirty nails only de destroys
stroys destroys the illusions. l3right pol polish
ish polish makes grubby fingers stand
out. When manicuring, soak fin fingers
gers fingers in warm soap and water.
Dry carefully. Then remove old
nail polish and use a cuticle lo lotion
tion lotion or cream. Wash hands
gain. Then apply polish,

A woman who drags around
with' aches and pains and refus refuses
es refuses to cheek up on them is being
foolish. She really can't hide her
fears from her family and
friends. Her face probably looks
strained and her voice may take
on an irritating inflection. Usual Usually
ly Usually her fears are false and often
a simple diet correction is all
that is required to bring back a
smile.

Are you worrying yourself
slick? Chic women who work un under
der under constant pressure have found

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Both Muriel Bowel and her
husband have R-less accents, but
neither is prepared to admit it.
He considers his Southern dic diction
tion diction as far removed from her New
England accent as Pr geograpni geograpnical
cal geograpnical difference in their Georgia
and Maine hometowns. And she
feels likewlse.
Although she doesn't oronounce
the R's, the three impressed in
education (reading, 'riting and
'rithmetic) 'have a sincere and
comely promoter in Muriel Powet.

the 'secret' of relieving tensions.
which are small, and t.sually end
up by disposing of them. In oth other
er other words, they decide certain
worries aren't worth the wrinkles
they can cause.
Now that warmer weather is
here, it is time to pamper your
skin. Usually in this transitional
period, skin becomes uncomforta uncomfortably
bly uncomfortably rough and dry. After a bath,
give yourself a rubdown with a
moistening lotion. Concentrate on
the shoulders, elbows, knee s,
shins and ankles.
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Get ready to greet sunny days
and lighter clothing in your best
shape. Although you should
have been exere;sing all winter,
it is never too late to get in
shape for summer. Start exercis exercising
ing exercising each night to trim hins,
thighs. and that spreading waist waistline.
line. waistline. You will look better in your
shorts and bathing suit.

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!. meat, hero sandwiches. marinated shrimp, and cheese and fruit.

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
For the more than six million
American families who own plea pleasure
sure pleasure boats, on-deck dining pres presents
ents presents some special problems. Wa Water
ter Water and ice are usually scarce
even on boats with galleys. Also
inost food is eaten hand-to-mouth
by necessity, because sea breez breezes
es breezes and tilting decks play havoc
with set tables. A ready-cooked
roast is a wise choice to take a along.
long. along. Sliced, it can be turned in into
to into hearty sandwiches; cut in
chunks ond combined 'with Can Canned
ned Canned vegetables, it makes a fine
meal-in-a-pot stew.
Hot soup is-a good item for
the days when cool breezes sting.
It can be carried hot in a ther thermos,
mos, thermos, or heated quickly over the
galley's primus or propane gas
burner. Another boating hint; a aluminum
luminum aluminum foil doubles as an insu insulator
lator insulator to keep cold foods cold, and
as a plate for hand-to mouth
foods.
Because appeties sr? keen on
deck. serve sustaining food, with
ample protein foods included.
Shrimp marinated in a Spanish
sherrY (often called the "sal "salines"
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olive oil and herb mixture, NCI NCIchilled
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keep many hours without bene benefit
fit benefit of refrigaration. (The sherry
contributes es a preservative.)
This makes a satisfying snack
or luncheon Hero sandwiches, in
crusty long rolls, can be meals
i,n them selve s. Take along
French dressing in a sprinkle sprinkletop
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can be used) and a variety of
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with the meat. Cookies. fresh
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Preparation for the picnic School began on March 5 with the ap appointment
pointment appointment of Bill Archibald, Mike Kelly, George Trail, Kay Flowers,
Pat Mc Quint Marvel Davidson, and Jackie King to the junior picnic
committee.
The committee met several times a week during hinch hour in
one of the rooms in Balboa High School and decided the best place
for both swimming and eating would be at Amador Beach and the
date set was April 10.
Food for the picnic was supplied by the Amador Officers' Club.
The committee charged each junior attending one dollar.

. Sodas were teed, the record
player was plugged in, food was
arranged, and the fires in the
grillls were started by the com com'
' com' munittee long before a.nYone else
arrived.
: At six o'clock the first of hvo
Army buses which carried the
juniors arrives. Other juniors sr sr,
, sr, rived in their own or family cars.
After having a swim the ju
niors joined the chow line for
: hamburgers, sodas, salad, potato
chips and cake. At the end of the
, line, behing the grill, was Mr.
Mikulich who teaches U. S. his
tory at Balboa High School and is
junior class spersor. He was kept
busy all night.
After taking, some of the 80
primiors some swam out to the
raft and others just played close
to the shore.
Juniors that were sitting were
drinking sodas and eating potato
chips and carrying on the usual
conversation on movies, sports,
'music, dates, and school. the
wanderers were walking around
and kicking sand with their feet.
picking up shells, rocks. The sand
sitters were playing with the
sand. building sand castles, tun tunnels
nels tunnels and etc. Everybody was in injoying
joying injoying themselves.
The time passed and the sun
set on the horizon, the swimmers
hurried to shore. saying, "Brr, the
water's cold." The Juniors on the
shores started teasing the swim swimmers
mers swimmers about the cold water. The
teasing was all done in good spi spirit.
rit. spirit. The record player got started
and then there was music in the
air. Some of the Juniors headed
for the beach houses and sat and
listened to the music, and others
danced.
The music was Rock and Roll.
and Blues. The music was good
and the Juniors danced while
others watched and kept time
with the music. Some danced in
the beach sand.
Later a nit was dug in the sand.
The pit was filled with fire wood
and a bonfire was started The
Juniors then gathered around the
fire and sat on the sand. While
sitting around the firn the Ju Juniors
niors Juniors sari,' songs and toki stories.
The birthday cake was brought
out and olaced on a table at the
base of the stairs of the beach

Louisiana Braced;
'Killer Hurricane'
Veterans Flee Coast

NEW ORLEANS, May 30 (UPI)
The west and central Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana coast braced for gale force
winds today from tropical storm
Arlene. The storm moved north northward
ward northward out of the gulf of Mexico
after remaining stationary during
the night,
New Orleans weather bureau
said Arlene was located about
130 miles South of Lafayette, La.,
and was packing 50-mile-per hour
winds within 50 miles of its cen center.
ter. center. The weather bureau said winds
would reach gale force on the
central and west Louisiana coast
by 2 p.m. Fringe squalls, with
winds 30 to 35 miles per hour,
lashed the coast as a forerunner
of Arlene.
Arlene's velocity was below
hurricane strength, bit many res residents
idents residents of Cameronsurvivors of
1957's killer hurricane Audrey
fled to higher ground. Audrey
and wrought untold property
damage.

METAL TAX HIKED
NEW YORK (UPI) The city
hoped to collect 13 million dollars
a year under provisions of a law,
signed yesterday by mayor Ro Robert
bert Robert F. Wagner, boosting the
three per cent tax on metals
costing $1 or more to Eve per
cent.

Wins Indio

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house. All the Juniors joined in
to sing Happy Birthday to Bill Ar Archibald
chibald Archibald The Happy Birthday
was followed by, "For he's a
Jolly Good Fellow," directed to
Mr. Mikulich as a, sign of "thank
you" for the Junior Group at the
beach.
The cake was passed out and
the Juniors then got sodas and
went to eat their pieces ef cake.
The Juniors went back to danc dancing,
ing, dancing, and talking. 'rhe picnic car carried
ried carried on this joyous way till 10 o'-
clock. The Juniors then got dress dressed
ed dressed and prepared to leave. As the
Juniors left in small groups they
were still laughing and joking a about
bout about the good time they had.
"The picnic was a ball; ask any
Junior that was there."

THE YELL Marvel Davison eleft).-gives Bill Archibald am,
Mary Ann Brown some academic Instruction on that glistening
facet of classical education, how -Ast- major in Balboa Big
School checrleading.
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BY THE CAMP FIRE Kay Flowers, Richard Lawson and Eve Eisenmann.

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IT iswgr necessarily what's up front that ootmts
I in an automobile' race. The Checkered car,
above, for instance, is speeding across the finish
line, but the black car la about to lap the field.
These three cars are competing in a special
match race. By studying the following facts, it's
pouible to determine the make of the winning
car and tts owner's name:
Wild Bill Bentehaft's car Is bilind new and haa
never been In a race before.
The Magnito Eight, unfortunately, blew a tire
at the quarter-mile.
Hugo Axelrod owns the checkered car.
The Fumerol Special has previously won eight
straight contests.
Hoighot Sheerspeed has lost heavily, although
- this race his car almost won.
One of the cars is an imported Putteandsputter
The winning car is a black one.
Can you identify the car that won the race?
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Fig. uring Is Lots of Fun
raoss DIGIT
I 2. V 5 I- S
14-0 puzzles a r e
solved the same
way you work a b A 7
crossword, except aa
that the o p e n ZAIIIIV, 9
squares are filled
with the digits 0,
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, I Air
8, 9 instead of A
the letters of the IZ 1 14 Vr 15 lb
alphabet.
The numbers 17 ifi
for which clues
are provided be- "'
low are to be placed in the squares so that they
provide answers to the definitions across and down.
ACROSS

IT'S NOT hard to end a dozen
errors in the drawing above,
but that's tiot the test Study the
,scene carefully tor as' long as
you'd like; then try to write down
at least eve errors therein from
memory. Easy? Try it
If two or more try, a competi

L times Robert Bruce fought in defeat and
was victorious on the th try.
8. Six minutes to three.
6. How ,many characters Are pictured in "The
Last Supper"?
7. Boiling point (F).
& Hidden number: Rain in evening.
9. A bridge deck and two jokers.
10. Number of letters in the last name of the
-only president married in the White House.
11. Basketball team.
12. Apple pie order.
15. One less than a century.
17. Mrs. A.. Buck, Mrs. Cart Wheel, Mrs. A. Pen Penney
ney Penney and Mrs. Finn, recently shared a hospital room.
How much wealth was represented?
18. Two dozen couples.
DOWN
L A'Circular field is 122 miles in diameter. How
inany miles to the center.
2. Which is the longest: 1 yd. 20 in.; 73 in.:. 5 ft.
10 tn.?
3. A gun.
4. If it's 1715 at an Army post, what time is it?
5. Honeymoon: The vacation a man takes be
going work a new boss.
8 Baseball team.
10. Two divided by one gives 13.
, IL 'A family had two daughters and each daugh daughter
ter daughter ha& a brother. How many in the family.
13., A score.
14. Actual length of a fish claimed to be 62 in.
long by one who used a 24-inch foot ruler.
15. Remainder when 500 is divided by 203.
16. XOVIII.
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Some Tips for Tp Management

TOP-SPINNING, a popular pas pas'
' pas' time in grandfather's day,
can still provide a lot of fun.
Tops can be whittled from wdod,
of course, but they can also be
made from a number of other
materials.
Here are several unusual top
ideas to. toy with. You'll prob probably
ably probably want to top these with some
of your own.
Figure 1, above, shows a top'
made from a beet. A peg whit whittled
tled whittled from a scrap of kindling has
been inserted at the pointed end.
Wrap a string around the beet
evenly to twirl.
Figure 2 shows a series of
cardboard discs attached to a

OUSE FINDS A ,HOUSEI

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tion can be devised for remem remembering
bering remembering the most errors, etc.
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Let's Suppose'

nUT househunting all day, Mrs. Mouse appears to
- have found a suitable place to make her new
home. That is, if she can drag this object away
from the beaten path.
If you are wondering what this can be, simply
start drawing a line from tlot 1 to dot 2 to dot 8
and so on, until all of the numbers up to 17 hive
been reached. Where two numbers are beside ons
,dot, use the dot for both.
Afterwards, you can have some fun colorthg the
scene appropriately with colored pencils or trayons.

yrs suppose X can rm ten.
II tittles as fut as Y. Vhen,
let's say:
X givu Y one htmdred yards
start ilk a race.
While X rum that htmdred
yards, Y has run ten yards.
While X runs the ten yards,
1' has run One yard.
While X covers that one yard,
Y moves one-tenth yard.
knd, so on: while X is travel traveling
ing traveling whatever distance Y is in
front of him, Y moves forward
a' tenth of that preceding dis distance.
tance. distance. Therefore X never over overtakes
takes overtakes Y.
Is this logical? If not, why
not?
vpunoci put, Rivet neaBoAl turbop
put enonenueo el own um umotrag
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sin Jos 'Allem 1 st u seonelos

pencil. Color these for unusuai
effects.
Figure 3 illustrate" a top mad"
with a pencil and part of a spool.
Trick's a Pushowr
TRY this at an outdoor party:
I Divide guests into teams. Pair
-up members of teams according
to size. Rivals stand facing each
other with toes touching. Palms
of both hands also touch at the
sides at chest level. At the word
"go" opponent' push each others'
hands until one is forced to step
back. Players who force their
opponent' backward, are, of
course, the winners.

Key Mair's in a 'lazy Here
A RMBRUSTER TOOT lost his bathhouse identi identir1
r1 identir1 fication armband. He also lost his bearings,
and forgot the number of his cubicle. He could re remember,
member, remember, however, that it was an odd number and
that the digits totaled 11. There were 320 bath bathhouses.
houses. bathhouses. What were his chances of hitting on the
right one ?

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Imp io -rt Tirol offollok Ogg ulna foal sloquinu se
04i0 oloql puno; oci plot vaoug ouo :Jemoult

By Eugene Sheffer
HORIZONTAL
1Father of Kish (2 Chi'. 29112)
5Thin, crisp cake.
'10Commotion.
I3Part of the verb "he".
14Unaccompanied,
15Father of Seth (Gen. 4:25)
16Inclination.
17Father of Jeroboam (1 KL
11:26)
18Arrived.
19Listens.
21Paul wee one (1 Tim. 2:7)
23Fish eggs',
24Patchwork (obi.)
25Ita Ilan painter da Vinci.
29Tried out.
33County in Scotland.
34Makes welL
36Robbed.
37Varying weights of India.
39Comical (Fr.)
41God promised to open this part
of Moab from the cities (Ezelt.
25:9)
'42Indians.
44Accessory seed coverings.
46Guided.
47To consent
49Revisers.
51Leveled ,to the ground (rare)
53By way'oL
54.-Slumberer.
57-F-Condiment.
61High hills.
62Unspoken.
64Mohammedan cleric.
,65Rooms in a harem.
86Mining excavation.
67Standard quantity.
68-4-Foot-like organ.
69Ancient country of Asia Minor
(var.)
70Without (Fr.)
VERTICAL
Im-Title for God the Father
(Mark 14:36)

2Root vegetable.
3Slight depression.
4Confine wi4hin limits.
5Hagar diti this in the wilder wilderness
ness wilderness of Beer-Sheba (Gen.
21:14)
6Malt beverages.
7Ornament on watch chain.
8Growing out.
9That which is retained.
10Wite ofLamech (Gen. 4:19)
IIWoman of title.
I2Hebrew measure.
15Speaks first toe
20Son of Lamech (Gen. 5:30)
22Sweetsop.
24Stained.
25This city was near a place
called The fair havens (Acts
27:8)
26-0g ler&
27Scented root
28Son of Zerah (1 Chr. 2:6)
30Sheer linen fabric.
3IChurch officer.
32Acts.
35Slender.

Planets and Voweh
UOW quickly can you complete
a the spelling of the following
planets by bleating the missing
owelsa, e, o, u?
1. r t h.
2. M r s.
3. p t r.
4. S t r n.
5. r n s.
6. Mrcry.
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1 On the Nose

-
WHAT will be the fate of the
nose cone shown descending
above? Will the airborne scien scientist
tist scientist catch it? Will it fall into
the sea? Everything depends on
which line you chose at the tip
of the cone. Outcome rests in
your hands as you trace line
through to termination,

A nascra ble Poser
rIVEN one common word plus
-.1 a letter, you are to ana anascramble
scramble anascramble the combined letters
into a new word of entirely dif different
ferent different meaning. For example,
RIDE plus W is WEIRD.
1. ODOR plus P is
2. SAME plus B ...... ?
3. TORE plus II is
4. VEAL plus G is
5. RAID plus C is
loicittood voq Alm stion
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38Female seer.
40Exalts.
43Break suddenly.
45Small piece.
48African fly
50King of Persia, after the reign
of Cyrus (Ezra 4:5)
52Muse of lyric poetry.

Diaz:

VerbOdy

OLD SOL TESTS

W1ARM weath weathvv
vv weathvv er in north northern
ern northern climes id a
reminder of this
oft-repeated wits
tester:
Imagine two
steel rails, each
exactly a half
mile long, joined
together in a
straight line.
Length together
is exactly o n e
m I e, or 15,280
feet
Both rails are
securely fastened
to the roadbed at
their distant ends. 1 0
One daY, ex-
posed to, an un- k kmerci
merci kmerci fully hot v
sun, the rails ex- 0
panded a total of ct,.....Jr7 0
12 inches. Ends jv
fastened, they 5'
buckled at the
- 4,
point where they 64),t.
joined.
Assuming that
the buckling ef effected
fected effected a triangular pattern (see
inset, right), see if you can de determine
termine determine how far from the ground
the break took place.
Tunollt ato utolj Auo xotchti
toovid 'tool 318eaq :Jammulf

CRYPTO-CRAX

QOLVERS of Crypto-Crax are
kJ asked to restore the punch
lines to amusing quips or anec anecdotes.
dotes. anecdotes. These have been encoded
by substituting other letters for
the original ones--the same let letter
ter letter substituting for the same let lettel
tel lettel wherever it appears.
Today's quip--a wag's defini definition
tion definition of a pessimist:
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BERM) R LCQFLN ZKQ
marry, ILCQQVNV WQZC."
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uawa um:ad v.. :lamsulf
Training's Involved
QOLDIERS hi training marched
117 miles. They began on
Sunday morning and finished on
Monday evening of the following
week. Each day they marched
one mile farther than the day
before. How many miles did they
march the first day?
Avp 11.41 yin
mai guilt potpatut Lotu :Jomsuir

COLORS BRING OUT SURPRISE

VOU may think
I the outlines
y o u see, right,
make the subject
of the picture ob obvious,
vious, obvious, but don't
be fooled. To find
what the scene
holds color the
diagram accord according
ing according to the follow following
ing following indic a t or s:
Br stands for
Brown; R, Red;
0, rang e; Y,
Yellow; B, Blue;
G, Green; V, Vio Violet;
let; Violet; P, Pink. If
your color set
doesn't have
Pink, use R e d
lightly.
Clip diagram
and cut it into
six or seven
pieces for use as
a jigsaw puzzle.

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54Cease.
53Mineral vein.
56Geological ages.
57Tropical American plant.
58Son of He lem (1 Chr. 7:35)
59Malay loin-cloth.
80Danish territorial divisions.
83Mountain pass.

ONES METTLE

With Word Blocks

key words
i
E A TS:tving many
of their letters
, misming are pre pre'
' pre' sented in the dia diagrarns
grarns diagrarns at left and
below. How
, quickly can you
restore the miss miss'
' miss' ing letters?
To begin, copy
each of the let
ters now showing
in the empty spaces directly below them. Then, using
a system of tile.' and error, fill in the remaining
spaces with letters to form short wordsthe name
letter in. each ver vertical
tical vertical row.
When you have TI
found the correct
letters of the key
words, all hod- '
zontal rows will
contain readable
short words.
It's interesting 3
, '1: 4
to note how many
short words can
be thusly evolved
from long ones.
As a contest, time yourself as you attempt to ftnd
the answers; then let someone else try.
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WHITE'S offense is a bold one.
He has, his opponent on the
run with his first move and press presses
es presses on relentlessly to the end.
White's first; wins in six moves.
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Mrs. Fejes adjusts Eskimo parka on sister, Elaine. An Eskimo family is working on whale in this painting.
MEAT tastes "a little like buttered mush- Alaska last summer to paint a community of Eskimo
, rooms." That's one of the many things Mrs. seal and whale hunters. Since the Eskimos depend on
Claire Fejes of New York learned during thirteen the short summer whaling season, she pitched in and
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serviceman, is back in the United States to tell the dry in the sun. That's where she acquired a fondness
1 story of the Eskimo through a series of paintings. Mrs. for whale meat and a collection of paintings on Eski-
Fejes had journeyed to the bleak Bering sea coast of mo life, which she will place in several exhibitions.

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PRINCE OF VIKINGS Decked out in a Viking T'"
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END OF THE LINE Through lines of mourners, passes' the funeral procession of the late Saarland Minister Egori : ,vr
Reinert. Black horses draw the hearse in the state funeral for Reinert, who died of injuries from auto accident. :

V-rr.s ""' ISN'T AN ACT WITH THEM There's no clowning around here as circus perform-1t-i'?
ITm erg in Frankfurt, West Germany, conduct a real fire drill. The Krone circus is
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RISING STAR Actress Carol Lawrence, star of the
Broadway musical West Side Story, seems startled as she
is raised aloft by Viktor Smirnov of the Bolshoi ballet
backstage. The Soviet ballet dancers visited the musical
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AT A PEEK PREVIEW Swedish actress Jane Tillie gets an advance look atHhe:' -tcels
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Fection of the U.S. Army Caribbean School. Fort Gulick, Canal Zone.

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ONE OF DIE MOST EFFECTIVE small arms weapon in ths U.S. Army irthe Caliber .30, air-cooled light machinegut). Assembly and
disassembly, 19cting, loading and unloading is a simple operation as explained by U.S. Instructor Ste. Reyes of the Armament Sec Section,
tion, Section, U.S. Army Caribbean behool at Fort Gulick, Canal Zona.

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U.S. ARMY, PHOTOS
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Sixteen nations will be lepre
sented by the 38 studenti who'
will graduate from- the United 3
States' Army Caribbean School at'
Fort Gulick on June 5. The cere cere,M(stlY
,M(stlY cere,M(stlY is scheduled to ,take place
at 3 p.m- at the Fort Gulick tbea-
ter. ,
'This graduation will be the cli climax
max climax of intensive courses of stu study
dy study 'and training by students from
Bolivia, Chile. Zolombia, Coasta
Rica.. Ecuador. El Salvador,
Guatemala. Haiti, Honduras, Mex Mexivo,
ivo, Mexivo, Nicaragua. Panami, Peru,
Uruguay, Venezuela and A- Baca
Rico.
Mal. Gen. Charles L. Dasher,
commanding. general of the U.S..
ermv,Caribbean will deliver the
vearluation address and Present
diolomas. 'Col. Cecil Himes,
school commandant, will make
to introduction a n d Chaplain
CAVA 'John R. Dies: Jr., post
Catholie chaplain will nffer the
invocation and benediction.
, music fee the ceremony will
he provided bv the 79tb Army
land from Fort Clayton, under
the ireetion of CWO- A. P. Sha Shanaskewsky.'
naskewsky.' Shanaskewsky.' The school which is run by the
United States Army.. is not a
"give away'. proposition. The
school supplies tuition and books
but transportation is naid by the
students' torne countries, which
also pat, the Students' salarieS
Ind reimburse the school for
their meals-
, Courses taught here parallel
those. at Military- schools in the
continental Unite& States.
The infantry aourse Is Menthe-
41 to that offered at the Fort Ben-
11"c
Command and general
Staff School follows the same
ourriculum as the school at Fort
teovensverth.
',The eegineer course is the
same is that at Fort Belvoir.
-;Lessons are taught from the
same textbnoks with the differ differ...ice
...ice differ...ice thot the men used. at the
US. Arm, Caribbean Sehool
save beers translated into Span Span'sit
'sit Span'sit .on ,the 'Premises.
Awards Will be viven on Fri Fri.dav
.dav Fri.dav to hornt students who- have
offline& tt e, highest nverall
7chelsistie ea Inquery efficiency
-4verades. Dinlomatie officials re re:tesentim,
:tesentim, re:tesentim, the eountriee of tlie
-fleeessrel 44iirlents will make
'110 enoronriate presentations of
swards,
The captains of- the two out outstanding
standing outstanding athletic teams will be
presented awards by Dashe r.-
Sports are an integral part of
life at the school, where sports sportsmanship
manship sportsmanship and inter", American
friendship. are fostered by stu students
dents students and faculty.
Included in the graduating
class are six Nicaraguan cadets
completing a 48 week cadet
course. This course is designed
to assist Latin American repub:
tics in the technical education of
tteir futtire officers. Other cours-
es. based on particular needs of
the indiyidual countries, are on
'he ctirriculum.
Instruction at the USARCARIB7
school' embraves three major aca;
demic' fields: Tactics. Armament
and Automotive and Technical.
StudentS are selected .by their
dosrernments and are -processed
'trowels the military missions of
the United States Army in Latin
Ameries., It ts an honor to be bechosen
chosen bechosen Yor,, this training, and a among
mong among the graduates of this dais
will be 'some of the leading citi citizens
zens citizens of their home countriep.
While attending the school stu stutens
tens stutens of their home countries.
While attending the school stet stetdents
dents stetdents wear identical uniforms uniformsThey
They uniformsThey 'stork and study together
and their objectivee are the
same: to learn skills in tech technique
nique technique and leadership to take
back Jo ..their own countries to
streangtren their armies and to
make a str inger continent.
,All lessons are taught in Spanish-
and the school has a unique
system for coping with the vari various
ous various &sleets. and expressions

SUNDAY, MAY, 31, 1959 ",

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front the different Latin coun countries.
tries. countries. Once a week, a 1 an gua g e
board, composed of students and
instructors meets. Terms which
, May be used with different mean mean.
. mean. ings are discussed and the
school vocabulary is determined.
The translation -department in
the school is kept busy all year
round. Apart from all the text textbooks
books textbooks used, lessons, letters and
directives are translated from
rnglish to Spanish by this staff.
Speeial care is taken to keep .all
military terininology uniform in
ill publications.
Finding suitable instructors for
the school often poses a problem,
Since the instructors are North A A,
, A, trierioins of Spanish fa m ily
background and others are- grad gradnates
nates gradnates of the Army Language
School at Monterey, Calif.
- Sometimes the school takes on
an outstanding student from an another
other another country if he has instruc instructor
tor instructor ability The country is then
asked- to allow the student to
- teach at the sehool. in these in instances
stances instances the teacher's salary is
paid by his own country. . .not
the United States.
Some of the most popular
courses are command and gen general
eral general staff, engineer. automotive
and military police courses.
The e igineers' course covers
Luch practical work as road and
ridge building. Their equipment
eludes tractors, scrapers, grad graders,
ers, graders, cranes. compressors and oth other
er other necessities for such work.
Students who complete this
ourse are often able to contri contriute
ute contriute scone worthwhile knowledge
.
their. conntry in civil as well
as military capaeity when they
teturn home.
Lahoratt.ry tests on soil and
Ft formation ars conducted at
e scnool. and students are
aught to evaluate the comprek
Sion necessary for such projects
is airfield construction.
In the automotive section
World War I vechi cies and
modern equipment are both used
tor demonstration purposes since
Some countries use older Models
and some have the new. A grad graduate
uate graduate of this class will be a com-i
petent mechanic in any country.
Many will be capable of organiz organizing
ing organizing a shop or motor pool.
The military police course
teaches the duties of criminal
investigation, identification, tech techniques
niques techniques used in interviews and in interrogation,
terrogation, interrogation, traffic accident exea exeamination
mination exeamination and many oher facets
of the maintenance of law and
order in military and civil life.
. Other courses are command
and staff. command and tee tee.
. tee. mental and battalion staff, edit edit.
. edit. Iffy officer basic, light artillery
. mechanic. radio operator, radio
repair, communications officer
' and chief. engineer officer and
NCO, supply ,infantry weapons,
infantry tactics and a cadet
. course.
One nour of English is taught
every day in mcst courses.
This week's graduates are:
Bolivia .-- Col. Angel Valencia
Mites. Col. Octavio Sanz Gue Guerrero,
rrero, Guerrero, Col. -Domingo Arce Quiro-la,
Col. Juan Delgado Bolaiios,
Col. Gustavo Maldonado San
Martin, Col. E duardo Ayala 1
Mercado Col. German Girnica
Toyer, It. Col. Luis Bacigalupo (
Antenna, Major German Monroy 4
Villalba, Maj. Mberto Latrea Hu- i
merez, Mai. Enrique Odampo-Al- 1
Vara. Maj. Ernesto Siles Cama- 4
rho, Capt. Adalid Eduardo E- 4
ciez, Capt Zoilo Cordero Videa, i
Oka Adodo &singe Bosco,
Capt. Antonio Rojas Montalvo, 1
Capt. Ernesto Alarcon Lahore
Capt.. Victor Callao Zuazo, L. ;
uro Simons Moreno, Lt. Luis 1
arron Valencia, 2nd Lt. Celso
orrelio Villa. 2nd Lt. Jose P
Itiretivia Lazarte, 2nd. Lt. Edgar
Valderrama Covarrubias, 2nd Lt. 1
. ult A. Aguilar Pefirrieta, 2nd J
t. Guillermo Alberto Velez Sal- 1
- n, 2nd Lt. Tito A. Vargas NCI- :
ez, 2nd Lt. Victor Vargas Rios,
. nd Lt. Adolfo Touchard Lopez, I
- 2nd Lt. Gary A.), Prado Salmn, :
2nd Lt. Harolds, Pinto ,-Gusmitn, 1
Ind Lt.' Edgar Mario Oxa Bus
tea. 2nd Lt.. Humberto Gutman 1
arros, 2nd Lt. Armando Clones I
I
dada, 2nd Lt. Bermes Fellman I
1
ortelk, 2nd Lt..Oscat 'Esealera

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Copedes and 2nd Lt. Carlos E.
tBarrn Steinbach.
CHILE: Capt. Ren Escauria Escauriaza
za Escauriaza Alvarado, Capt. Dante Javier
Iturriaga Marchese, Capt. Fernan Fernando
do Fernando A. Valenzuela Luco, Capt.
George Imhoff Espana, Capt.
Luis A. Ortiz Lorenzo, Capt. Da David
vid David lleyes F. Ca,pt. Luis Danus
COvian, Capt. Manuel Barns P,e P,ecabarren,
cabarren, P,ecabarren, Capt. Eririque Valdes
Puga, and Capt. Elios Bacigalu Bacigalupo
po Bacigalupo Soracco.
COLOMBIA: Maj. Jorge Pinzon
Calderon, Maj. Rodrigo Hunan
Bucheli S. Capt. Jesus Enrique
Narvaez duzman, Capt. Fernondq
Zapata de Las Casas, Lt. Libar Libardo
do Libardo E. Ceballos Carrizosa, Lt. T
Gilberto A. Agudelo Orrego, Sgt.
Fernando Barrera B,. Sgt. Cam Campo
po Campo Elias Gutierrez Fanseca, Sgt.
Diogenes Romero Escorcia, Sgt,
Ruben Dario Gatnboa, St. Fran
cisco Joaguin Pedroza Paz., ond
Sgt. Juan,, Lkio Sanabria
tic
COSTA RICA: Lt. Victor Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Gonzalez L., Lt. Antunio
Corder C., Lt. Joaquin Arce M.,
Capt. Otto Espinach AlvPrez, Lt.
Mario, Bello Jimenez. LI Juan

SUNDAY,1VIAY 31, 1959 Sunday American Stipp lemtlit

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ONE OF THE CHIEF COURSES of' the Engineer Section at the U.S. Army Caribbean School,Fort Gulick, is that of road con construction.
struction. construction. This practical course ..... ...
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"WHAT MARES THE 105mm HOWITZER GUN so flexible and accu rata?' Is 01
U.S. Army instructor Sp.4 Car bilinguist member of the Armam ent Section
he in turn explains the specially constructed parts of the gun mo unt.

'Sehielzeth Rimo lo, Lt. Carlos
Brunetti Michel ly, 2nd. Lt. Wil Wilbert
bert Wilbert Villa lobos Ruiz, Sgt. Alfon Alfonso
so Alfonso Astorga Astorga, Sgt. Jorge
Emilio Gonzalez Avila, Sgt. Car Carlos
los Carlos Luis Borrientes B., Sgtx Her Hernan
nan Hernan Vega Chaves, Sgt. Santiago
Combronero Gonzalez, Sgt. Vic Victor
tor Victor Manuel Badilla Gonzalez,
Sgt. Quint Jimenez Granados,
Sgt. Mariano Carpio Rodriguez,
Sgt. Fernando Oconitrillo Scone,
Sgt. Jose Abelardo Arias Hernan Hernandez,
dez, Hernandez, Sgt. Mario Torres Vag,a2z,.
Sgt. Jose Garcia Garcia, Cpt.
Jose Edgar Flores Gurrero, Cpl.
Guillermo Aguilar Hidalgo, Cpl.
Jose Luis Marera Lobo, Cpl. Gil Gilberto
berto Gilberto Jimenez Vega, Pvt. Paso
Efrain Arrieta Arguedas, Pvt.
Miguel A. Corrales Jara,. Pvt.
Rafael Angel Granados. Pvt. Vic Victor
tor Victor Manuel Delgado Garro, Pvt.
Gonzalo Campos Gonzalez, Pct.
Miguel Angel Hernandez, F., Prvt.
Marco Antonio Rumorossa Jou.
bert, Pvt. Ramon Francisco San Sanchez
chez Sanchez Padilla, Pvt. Florencio Var Vargas
gas Vargas Rosales, Pvt. Asdrubal A Arias
rias Arias Sanchez, Pct. Carlos Luis
Garita Varga, Pvt. Antonio 11.
vargas Castro, Pvt. Lizanias

Mcjia G., Sgt. Antonio Rodriguez
Lobo, Sgt. Julio Chavarria Ar Arguello,
guello, Arguello, Cpl. Faustino Rojars Bcna.
vides, Pvt. Mario Castro Conn Connlez,
lez, Connlez, and Pvt. Arturo Jose &atilt()
Charon.
ECUADOR: Capt. Eduardo
Acosta Gonzalez, Capt. Guillermo
Saquicela Andrade, Capt. Francis Francisco
co Francisco Montalvo Jaramillo, Lt. Eit
genio N. Ortega Jaramillo, 2nd.
Lt. Vicente Almeida Rodriguez,
2nd. Lt. German Ede Inert Buya
Zurita, Lt. Majandro Gonzalo
Barbosa, Lt. Edgar Jimenez Ba
tallas, Lt. Faust() Edmund Rea
Castillo, 2nd. Lt. Arturo F. E Eguez
guez Eguez Clavijo, 2nd. Lt. Ernesto
Chiriboga, Sgt. Gonzalo Ai ions
Alvarez Montalvo, Cpl. Jorge W.
Jimenez Ramirez, Pvt. Cesar E Eduardo
duardo Eduardo Flores Vargas, Cpl. Se,
gundo Francisco Jaramillo Are Arelo,
lo, Arelo, Cpl. Cesar Humberto Galar Galarza,
za, Galarza, Jorge ,Humtegto .Nauti,
Cpl. Luis Torrs, Almeida, Cpl.
Luis Fabian Estrella'lleVeS,
Eduardo 'Delgado Sanchez, Pvt.
Luis Arturo Sigcha Taraguay,
Pvt. Daniel Segundo Albuja Mal MaldOnado,
dOnado, MaldOnado, Pirt. Jorge O. Chavez Lo Lozano,
zano, Lozano, Pvt. Jorge Hipolito. Garai

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the question aSked by the Latin American students of'
In of the U.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort Gulick, as

(Continued on Togo 5)

coa Carrion, Sgt. Carlos Ve las lasquez
quez lasquez Diaz, Sgt. Luis Antonio
Marquez Cabrera, St. 11,?ctor Au Augusto
gusto Augusto Cabal los Arias, and Pvt.
Pablo Isaac Brito Cisneros.
EL SALVADOR: Maj. Al;i Al;ijandro
jandro Al;ijandro Fiat los, Lt. Baltaur Lo Lopez
pez Lopez Cortez, Lt. Carlos Guillermo
Colombani, Lt. Jose Oscar Agui Aguilar
lar Aguilar M., Lt. Roberto Escobar G.,
2nd. Lt. Tito Livio Moreno Utii Utiilien,
lien, Utiilien, Capt. Luis Marquez, Sgt.
Antonio Arriaza Gui lien, and Cpl.
Ramon Orlando Montti.

GUATEMALA: Lt. Col. Li.
sandro Garcia Cardonl and Lt.
Col. Reynaldo L Castello Hernandez.

HAITI: Lt. Gerard G.
Gourguos, Lt. Gabart Jongdille
and Lt. Jose Borges.
" HPNDURAS: 2nd. LL
doe ,Garcia' Bautista, 2nd. Lt,
dolfo Antonio, Diaz, Lt. Jeronin10:
Duran Medina, Lt. Beitzarto
vas Arevalo, 2nd. Lt. Virgilio
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Foe Sal MSAIYSS IN A01,1109C
Vs OS. YEAS SE ADWANCE-..

POETS' CORNER

Miter's Note: For more 20e years after the death et
Tkomas Traberne, an English rector, his poems we e spurned
and neglected. It was get until 1SO3 after a scholar picked them
up for a few shillings, that ney were printed. A Hereford shoe shoeimmakee
immakee shoeimmakee son, Traberne itteaded Brasenose College, Oxford, be before
fore before becoming a ministe- of the Church of England. He lived
from about 1633 until 1674, but has been described as having
the faith and humility of an early Christian.

On Leaping Over The Moon

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Thomas Traherne

I saw new worlds beneath the water lie,
New people; yea, another sky
And Sun, which seen by day
Migi-,t things more clear display.
- Just such another
Of late my brother
Did in his travel see, and saw by night,
A r rich more strange and wondrous
Sight:
Nor could the world exhibit such another,
So great a sight, but in a brother.
As he went tripping o'er the king's
high-way,
-A pearly river lay
O'er which, without a wing
Or oar, he dar'd to swim,
Swim through the air
On body fair;
He wot.1 not use nor trust Icarian wings
Lest they should prove deceitful things;
For hae- he fan', it had been wondrous
Ligh,
Not from, trit from above, the sky:
Ile might have dropt through that thin
element
Into a fathomless descent;
Unto the nether sky
That did beneath him lie,
Anti there might tell
What wondcrs dwell
Or earth above. Yet ecth he briskly run,
And kid the flan.,-r overcome;
Who. ig he' leapt. 'win joy related soon
How happy he o'er-leapt the moon.
What wondrous things upon the earth are
done
Beneath, and yet above the sun?
Deeds all appear again
In higher spheres: remain
In clouds as yet:
But there they get
Aro !her light, and in another way
Themselves to its above display.
The skies themselves this earthly globe
urround:
Ware even here within them found
As much as others thought themselves
to lie
Beneath the moon. so much more high
Himself he thought to fly
Above the starry sky,
As that he snied
Below the tide.
Thus did he yield me in the shadv night
A wondrous and instinctive light.
Which faueld me that under our feet
there is,
AR o'er our heads. a place of bliss.
TP the came nurog?; he, not long before
Proodit home 'f,xim nurse, going to the
door
With wonder cries.
As in the skies
He raw the moon 0 yowler ir the moon
n-wly (some nfter me to town.
.hin'd P Loa liardin )1,4 vestemight.
Where I enjo!.ed'd the self-same light.
A, if it ha4 ey'n twerty thapqand faces,
)t rhie,sr et one,: in many places:
Ts the. ipor411 er, vAlp
r.,-; "loth ihn slay, divid
With so moeh art
The moon imnart.
Thmi reeve us all: rerve wholly ev'ry One
A.- it 'hey imwogl him alone
W'-"" everv pin.le Irt.w.eirt hath Midi store,
'Tis want of sense that makes us'poor.

Childhood

My childhood is a sphere
Wherein ten thousand heavenly joys appear.
Tbose thoughts it doth include
And those affecttions which reviewed,
-Again present to me
In better sort the things that I did see.
lmaginaitons real are
Unto my mind again appear:
Which makes my life a circle of delights,
A hidden sphere of obvious benefits:
An earnest that the actions of the just
Mall still revive and flourish in the dust

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Ilme, is a great derroyer. Nev Nevertheless.
ertheless. Nevertheless. it cannot eradica.e a
happy memory, a good thought
cr the glowing bentiictions
which survive good people. Only
two years ago, reporter Meyer
Berger penned a Ise3uti:u1 valen valentine
tine valentine to Leo and Clara Lindr.-And
now aU three fine human beings
are gone... .11r. Berger conclud concluded
ed concluded his tr:bute -with the following
touhhing paragraph: "And Clara
Lin.iy will dresm her dreams of
the-days when she and Leo were
yowl', and Broadway was differ different.
ent. different. will retell stories of Da Damen
men Damen whom she tru'y loved. She
will tell bow, when death was
near, in 1946, and cancer bad
closed h's. throat, she took great
bowls of crushed strawberries,
smo.hered in rich cream and su sugars
gars sugars to his bedside at the Buck Buckingham
ingham Buckingham Hold, and how, when
he hid eaten, he would raise his
clasped hands in a gesture nal
said: 'Well dnne, my good and
falhful,' and how he smiled."
One of Runyon's fictional. phil philosophers
osophers philosophers h3s said: "It is well
knewn on Broadway that a citi citizen
zen citizen never lises what he's got fil filed
ed filed away in his ticker." Leo and
Clara Lindy -ire filed awl), in
th.1 tickers of thbse who knew
them.

Gloria Vanderbilt is currently
starring In a headlined soap-opera.
It concerns a lady who is
young, healthy. rich and beauti beautifuland
fuland beautifuland her life is full of prob problems.
lems. problems. When Miss Vanderbift
decided to become an actress, a
friend inouired: "Why do you in intend
tend intend to channel your energieft in into
to into the theatre?" She responded:
"Why not? Hasn't my whole life
been one long drama?". inci incidentally.
dentally. incidentally. during her marriage to
Stokowski, her life was rather
theltered. to put it mildly. After
the mar:tal crackup, a friend in inv:ted
v:ted inv:ted 11:?T to a ball game. Miss
Vanderbilt eiclaimed: "It will be
my. first baseball game! What
shall I wear? Is the Yankee
Stad'um indoors cr outdoors?

John Foster Dulles' garnet
fight against a killer is typical
rt co--raoe and Oeterm-nalon.
eav'e eivdeoce of his iron loll
elrlv 11 l'fe. The day after ha
was wez!, he came down with a
revere e-sa of mlaria. Not a
man to be deterrei by Obtocles
the brYegroom oosed himself
w-th er'n'ne (which was to p7rm-neinv
afect his ontie nerves),
took alolg a nurse, and went on
kis honeymoon.
Harry Belafon'e's deft gamut gamuting
ing gamuting highlights "The Worli. the
flesh and the Devil" movie. De
became an arting skar as the
conseouence of an hrsn'e nrogra's nrogra'ss'on
s'on nrogra'ss'on of events. Mr. Belafonte's
original ambltion WPS to become
an actor De studied for several
vears at Nw York's Dromatie
Wor Unfortuna'elY. be west
onaMe to seure aoting lobs, so
took a till-o-week inb in the
Carnent n;q1401. Wh;l tolinfr
there, a (r:end sugoesterl P,st
trv singing nonular songs. The
(rienO monauert (Nbtain a job
for him 1-1 a ni4teinh And no
as a resott of h1s s'og'ne success
--rtelfente has clickel as an aeSts..

Yu Hollywood. where the bi bivarrel
varrel bivarrel is commonplace. it is b,rd b,rdly
ly b,rdly sorprising to discover that
love is a maior capse of divor;ie.
SeverAl months ago. Cary Grail
and Bets', Drike announced di divorce
vorce divorce plans and issued state statements
ments statements expressing their great love
for each ohe Last week, et eter
er eter Anita Ekberg filed for di divorce.
vorce. divorce. her ITOOM told the woridi
"I love Anita dearly and I shall
always love her. Anita is a
most beautiful and a most won won&AN,'
&AN,' won&AN,' Wftn1 an." s
Miss Ekberg returned the tom tomnUment
nUment tomnUment by tilling the press: "II
love him dearly but I am not In
love with him." Love is never
logical, but in this instance it is
downr'ght ridiculous. Moveville
has made they happy divorce on
a par with the painless dentist.
Ethel Merman is rocking
Broadway again in "Gypsy," a
musical version of Gypsy Rose

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1 1

Lee's memoirs. Lite the hook,
the show 4 dom:naied by Gip Gipsy'a
sy'a Gipsy'a mothera mosi, 1.113SZal 11-
tay. Miss Lee wroe ber
with affectionbut witut any
illudons. For examp.e: "Mother
had been many thing3- but she
had never bvn 'nice.' Not exact exactly.
ly. exactly. Charm:rig, perhaps, and cour courageous,
ageous, courageous, resource:ul and ambi ambitious,
tious, ambitious, but not nice. Mother, in a
femin;ne way, was ruthless. She
W35, in her own words, a jungle
mother, and knew too that
in a jungle it loesn't pay to be
nice. 'Go' will protect us,' she
often sat& 'But to make. sure,'
she would add. 'carry a heavy
club.' Is
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TV's most memorable sightand-sound
of the week was offer offered
ed offered by Marion Anderson. Stand Standing
ing Standing 'atop a peak -in CaFforn;a's
Yosemite National Park she pi?
magic in "Hes Got the Whole
World in His Hand3." The majes majesty
ty majesty of her pemonali'y was iqualed
only by the beauty of her voice.
Miss Anderson confirmed again
what a music critic once wrote:
"Her voice isa magnificent mu musical
sical musical instrument. And she plays
it vith her heart."
Shirley MaelAne, wllo is en enlivening
livening enlivening the "Ask Any Girl's mo movie.
vie. movie. has a unique starcess story:
As a result of her singing nd
dancing in Broalway's "Paj3ma
Game," she was signed by Hol Hollywood.
lywood. Hollywood. She became a star in
Cellulo'dia without doing any
singing or dancing. During her
struggling days on Broadway,
Miss MaclAine dwelled in a
shabby 2-room apartment. After
scaling the Hollywood heights,
she purchased a huge mansion
in Malibu. She sold the belme aft after
er after one week and explained: "I
couldn't stand it not knowing
what was going on in every
mom."

Kee ly Smith and Louis Prime
were Las Vegas favorites for
nearly 4 years before one guest guestshot
shot guestshot on Tv made them national
pets. Ani now they have shatter shattered
ed shattered records at the Copa. When
Kee ly was described as "an o

NEW YORK (UPI) Nancy
Wickwire, who has known em employment
ployment employment as a TV "soap opera"
leading lady, is going to get a
real wor4out this summer Jhe
American Shakespeare Festival
Theater.
The b'onde, green-eyed actress
from Harrisburg, Pa., will be
s?en first at the Stratford play
house in "A Midsummer Night's
Drelm,'" playing the pivotal role
of Titania. This is a hold over
production from fast season, at
wh5eh time s!'.e was the Hippely Hippelyla
la Hippelyla of the cast.

While getting ready for the
Titania role, Miss Wickwire al also
so also is preparing for the rote of
Lady Cape let in "Romeo and
Joliet."
Later she will appear as Mis Mistress
tress Mistress Ford in "The Merry Wives
of Windsor" and as Helena m
"All's Well that Ends Well."
Miss Wickwire burst upon the
Broadwsy scene in 1951 in the
Theater Gui'd's production of
Shaw's "Saint Joan," starring
Ina Hagen. She had just return returned
ed returned after studying under a two twoyear
year twoyear scholarship at the Old Vie
in London which had followed
her graduation from Carnegie
Tech.
Few actresses have worked
more steadily in off-Broadway
productiOns or have been more
in demand fur same. This past
winter she was busy in the -offBroadway
revival a "A aear aearing
ing aearing in the Woods" at night. Dur Dur.
. Dur. mg the day she smeared regu regularly
larly regularly on the CBS-TV serial, "As
slte World Turns."
Miss Wickwire has rapidly
seised nteure es one off the
esisheanoir vourner, leading la ladies
dies ladies of the stage, and the

vernigitt sensation," she' n t e
"l.'s been a an.ga.y long
I've been singing &Lice was a
child."
-
A meroory GI youth is a glovi glovibig
big glovibig thing. It Ca SiS a brilliant fghtl
as kmg as you liveeven when
the shadows come. J03 COOOk,
the comedy giarat who passed last
wtek, was oa3 of vaudeville's
greats. Vim he was stricken by
a serikus illness some years ago,
be took a full pegs al in Varie Variety
ty Variety to announce: "Having bcen
on the sick for quite a while
now, I have decided to qui. the
theatre."
Then Joe Cook went on a mo motor
tor motor tour around th3 countryand
vis4ed almost every theatre hit hithad
had hithad played during his vaudeville,
days. A Emtimerital journey back
to tlis youri.
iry Ro -iers, Richard Rodg Rodgers'
ers' Rodgers' gifted b'eiress, composed the
score for "Once Upon a Mat Mattress"
tress" Mattress" and was serenaded by
s,veral cri'lics. In interviews
Miss Rodgers expresses great af affeztion
feztion affeztion for her father: 'I re.
spect his judgement and his polity
of nen-intethrence. He has al always
ways always been encouraging, constm constmtive
tive constmtive and honest."
In an era when the blame blamemommy
mommy blamemommy or daddy school of
thought is prevalent, especially
among the' offspring of celebs it
is refreshing to react Miss 114;dg 114;dgers'
ers' 114;dgers' words. And It is sad to note
that expressing affeetionf or par pareMsis
eMsis pareMsis news.

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The biggest worry about guided
missiles is they ore opt to get in
the bonds of misguided people.

Stratford repertory should real really
ly really boost tsar carear.
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The New York MR of "Sunrise
at Campobello," the Dore Scha Schary
ry Schary drama am,ut Franklin Delano
nooseveles comeback after a IA IAlio
lio IAlio attack, will end and the com company
pany company will opea June in the Na National
tional National Thea,er in Washington, D.
C.
Ralph Bellamy remains in the
cast in the 13aaing role for this
opening engagement on a nation national
al national tour. The play will leave hero
with a record of SS8 performanc performances
es performances since its premi,ere Jan. 30
1953.

Japan's all Takarazuka
Theater is schadutod to maks
its first Amariean visit this
summer.
There be a company of 52,
including 11 stars, and the num numbers
bers numbers will -range from modern
Japanese entertainment to the
classical.
The company will arrive in
Vancouver, C., Aug. 10 and
play for a weNi each in Seattle,
Portland, Los Angeles and Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. Then it will come to New Y0rk
for 21 performances at the Me Metropolitan
tropolitan Metropolitan Opera House betinning
Sept. IS.
-
With his importation of the
Buishoi Ballet a huge success, Se
Hunk has set more Russian en entertainment
tertainment entertainment for this summer.
He will present a Festival' ot
Russian Music and Dance, in involving
volving involving 200 artists, at Madison
Square Garden July 7-10.
Dancers, singers and instrumen instrumentalists
talists instrumentalists will entertain, and among
them will be some et tho Bolshoi
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NEW YORK (UPI) The rec
erd industry has been cf.t cized
severely for keeping the golden
rock 'n' roll pot boiling. Oa the
elier hand the great chances
that the companies take with fine
records often go unnoticed.
There are at least five new
LP's that have either been on
the counters for a few weeks or
w!ll appear shortly that may no.
mel-! millions for the companies
inerlved but which are everlast everlaste
e everlaste ir to the:r credit. They are:
:ermine Burana" by Leopold
StO.iowski and the Houston Sym Symphony
phony Symphony and Chorele' (Capitol
SPAR )8470). This is a perfect
reeord, the best this reviewee
bas heard in more than 10 years
of critical listening. Carl Orff's
brilliant work grows in your a'-
Section after each play.ng and
this,stereo recording is uperb.
Someday, "Carmine Burana' will
become one- of music's greeest
classic.
"Shirley Temple's Hits" (20th
Century-Fee 3001). Those eld
enough to remember Shirley
the meert will treasure these
sound clips from the movies
that made her Hollywood im immortal.
mortal. immortal. Songs such as "One the Good
Ship Lollipop.' "At the Codfish
Ball' and "Animal Crackers Di
My Soup" sound as though they
were recorded yesterday instead
of two decades ago.
"Jazz Begins" by The Young
Tuxedo Bra ss Band Atlantic
3257). To the uninitiated, this se seleclon
leclon seleclon of New Orleans funeral
and parade music will sound tin tinWY
WY tinWY and -out of Oace in this ste stereo
reo stereo age. But it is the true music
from which developed Dixieland,
Kansas City, Chicago and San
Francisco jazz, as well as the
effshoot swing.
"Baccaloni in Stereo" (Grand
Award GA 230 SD). Salvatore
Baccaloni, for many years the
funny man at the Met, bursts on
the popular scene withein
gent grouping of Italian soges
such as "Arrivederci, R oma
and "Come Back to Sorrenee
Baccaloni, Lke the late Ezio Pin
zia, has a rich flexible voice the
ear meet any challenge.
"Rashernen' (Carlton STLPA
SON). Exotic music from Ote
Broadway drama based on a
Japanese story about raps eed
murder.
' Unusual instruments are us.N!
by a band conducted by Lae Laereact
react Laereact Rosenthal, who, composii
the music.
Other highly recommended
61Firlk SOlin' by Mitch
tbe Gang (Columbia
1316). .."Don Shirley' (Mt
Fidelity AFLP-1E011, another
of piano banes by one o ocountry's
country's ocountry's most brMiant 'keyboard

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NEW YORK (UPI) Here on
the album is a pieure of Rena Renate
te Renate Tebaldi, a most dignified as
well as a most celebrated prima
donna, weafong a cowboy's shirt.
It's all right with her If you
laugh; she's grinning herself.
Butt Ws wet Joka, really. In Inside
side Inside is a complete recardsng al
PuccinPs pathetically timid.- o opera.
pera. opera. "The Girl of the Golden
Wast.l. in whkh Miss Tobaldi
sings the part of Minnie, the
vir.uous barkeep al a Califor California
nia California gold minors' hangout who
carries acts in her s'ocking.
Don't laugh! PUCCilki was a ve very
ry very great genius. But when he
came to this piece he was
through except for an inspired
passage here and there and a
spurt or two in the years after afterward.
ward. afterward. How sad for the composer of
"La Boheme" and 'Madame But Butterfly'
terfly' Butterfly' to have been shorn pre prematurely
maturely prematurely of genius.
In this recording, "me Girl"
gets a polished profess,onal per performance
formance performance although you sense
that sophisticated 20th century
Italians like Miss Tehaidi and
Mario del Monaco, who has the
big tenor part, were too aware of
the phoniness of the Wild West
characters to put any real heart
into them (London-OSA-1306).
But Miss Tebaldi as the he heroine
roine heroine of 'Madame Butterfly' is
quite another 'natter, since tha
is quite another Puccini opera.
The new stereo version el hey
complete recording, with Cario
Bergonzi as Pinkerton and a
chorus and orchestra under Tul Tullio
lio Tullio Serafin, reaches out and
crabs you in most compelling
manner. Heart is aU over the
Ware. Wbo will ever explain bow
Puccini composed"The Girl' on
sfix years after this masterpute?
(London!OSA-1406).
Not quite le years after Its
Broadway opening. Marc Mei Mei'Vein's
'Vein's Mei'Vein's "Regina' has achimpod
a full recordingand as an a awe.'
we.' awe.' not as BrOadvilY
musical show.
It didn't do too well way back
then but last season and this the
New York City Opera Compa Company
ny Company has convinced just aboug ev everyone
eryone everyone that it is be opera and
verv good mina.
The retordiog is by that com comnany's
nany's comnany's "Regina' east, its orches orchestra
tra orchestra nad chorus. Youll find it con convincine
vincine convincine and it mav wen make
von enthusiastic. (Columbia 031.-

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3otitiin, '2nd. Lt. Alfonso iileza,
Sgt. Jose Fe licit Auilar, Sgt.
Poropilio Benitez G., Sgt. 01003
Sanabria blgjo, Sgt. Juan Agus Agusin'
in' Agusin' Lopez, SgL Marc Antooio
ortillo Soriano, Sgt. Victor A
bra Murillo, Sgt. Ernesto M- vs-,
Sgt. Oscar Armado Dubon, 4,(..
alvador,,,,Dias del Valle awl
Pvt. Octavian Bernal Machado,

-MEXICO: Lt. Felipe Lope
sa' 11., Cpl.' Edgar Jose Daigle
Somarriba '. Martinez, and Cpi
Salvador Gonzalez' Ileyes.
, PANAMA: Sgt. Pablo ', L.
Sanchez, Sgt. Didiimo Jorge de
Leon, Cpl. Francisco Ciont.iea,
pl. -Didimo E. Garrion Campos;
Cpl. Simon Jaen C, Pvt. Julio
Arnulfo Fuy Lopez, and Pct. Jo Jose
se Jose de 'la Cruz lima.
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PERU: Lt., Angel Vadivia
Talavera, Lt. Gilmer Pereds
Rengifo, Lt. Guillermo Henan- or ortiz,
tiz, ortiz, 2nd Lt. Enrique Ortega Polo,
vitt!. Lt. Rafael Poloral Rengilo,
nd. Lt. Pedro E. Villanuevea
Valdiviai Lt. Luis La Madrid,
Doelle, LI Augusto Llanos Oilye Oilyeros,
ros, Oilyeros, Lt-, Alejaodro Antunez de
Mayolo Mendez, 2nd. Lt. Julio
Valverde Butron, Sgt. Efrain
Fernandez Maita, Sgt. Alejandro,
Saez Saes, Sgt. Antonio Angulo
litGonzalez; Sgt. Estanislao Chuja Chujatalli
talli Chujatalli Mulloz, Sgt Nicanor Lova Lovaon
on Lovaon Galicia, and Sgt. Abraham
arrezueta Guerrero.
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URUGUAY: -- Sgt. Ruben Da Dato
to Dato Cunha. Pvt. Eduardo Gonza Gonzaz.
z. Gonzaz. Taveira and Sgt. Heber A-
reu Vasquez.
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PUERTO RICO: Capt. Jose'
mando Harraguerri, 2nd. Lt. i
uis Francisco Ferrer, Capt. Ita Itati:
ti: Itati: on Beverage, Lt. Guillermo
Rivera Romero, Lt John H.
aaorenzo, Lt. Juan &rad Lt.
?line Corujo, Lt. Jeie Alfredo
were, Jr., Lt. this A. Baez Baezodriguez,
odriguez, Baezodriguez, Lt. Rene Valentin, 1
gt. Mario Quint:meg Orenga,,
gt. Roberto L Torres, Sgt. Ro- 1
rto 'Garcia, CPL. Jose Kullall I
onzale,1 Cpl. Carmelo Vast,net
lias, Cpl. Miguel A. 'Gonzalez 1
anchez,-Sgt. Victor Sanchez ve veez,
ez, veez, Sgt. Jose E. Montalva Ro-
riguez, Cpl. Humberto Rwera
arrero, Cpl. Juan Vieves Lopez,
l. Rafael Anget Rosal Alvara- i
o, Cpl. Luis A. Collazo Ortiz,'
vt. Rotate Morales Maldonado, 1
vt. Edwin Andino Martinez,
nd Pvt. Pedro J. Rodrtguez I
antiago.
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Somarriba ,. Martinez, and Cpi 4.7:;--,:, ,:
Salvador Gonzalez fle.yes.- ';,g.:.. "-i'xs:-.:.::,-
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Sanchez, Sgt. Didiimo Jorge tie --
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Leon, CO, Francisco Gonziez, ::::..,R:4,:
Cpl.'Didimo E. Garrion Campos, ,,,,,:,,,,:',-,
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Arnulfo Fuy Lopez, and Pct. Jo- .-,:.,.:.:--,,t-4,sr.,,..,-
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Rengifo, Lt. Guillermo Renan-or- 0 -,-...mr:.
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tiz, 2nd Lt. Enrique Ortega Pule, t :.,;',,,la:
2nd. Lt. Rafael Moral Rengito, 1,,,V:g:i.,::t
2nd. Lt. Pedro E. Villanuevea 4'-..ri::-:.iii,,:
Valdivia; LL Luis 'La Madrid, 'il.::.g-A.
Doelle, LI, Augusto Llanos Oilye- ,;:l.-. ,,
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Mayolo Mendez, 2nd. Lt. Julto Ili' MAI ,::
Valverde Butron, Sgt. Efrain .7 ,ACRIA
Fernandez Malta, Sgt. Alejandro
Baez Saes, Sgt. Antonio Angulo THE AUTOMOTIV
Gonzalez; Sgt. Estanislao Chula- assembly as, was I
talli Muiloz, Sgt Nicanor Lova LovaIon
Ion LovaIon Galicia, and Sgt. Abraham t,
Barrezueta Guerrero.
, , llo, Lt. Americo C
URUGUAY: ,- Sgt. Ruben Da- monte, 2nd. Lt. Ri,
rio Cunbab Pvt. Eduardo Gonza- Jed& Sanchez, CW,
lei Taveira and Sgt. Heber A- Delgado, CWO Ms
breu Vasquez. Ascanio Perez, CIA
: baet Brito, WO Ale
PUERTO RICO: Capt. Jose za Perez, WO Jose
mando Harraguerri, 2nd. Lt. calona Herrera, WO
nig Francisco Ferrer, Capt. Ra- nisio Cells, Lt. Jo
on Beveraggri, Lt. Guillermo Silva Hernandez, LI
Rivera Romero, Lt. John IL nandez Wohnsiedler
aaorenzo, Lt. Juan Rirado Lt. Ontiveros. Paolini,
aime Corujo, Lt. Jaie Alfredo Enrique Ruiz Siso
ivera, ,Jr., Lt. Lids A. Baez- Pena Davila, WO ,t1
odriguez, Lt. Rene Valentin, la Pere; Lt. Regu'
gt. Mario Quint:meg Orenga, na Silifit, Lt. Juan
gt. Roberto L Torres, Sgt. 110- hes Martinez, Sgt.'.
rto -Garcia, Cpl. Jose Killian ras, Sgt, Jose Felip
onzale,1 -Cpl. Carmelo Vast,uez Edreundo Mora;- Sg
lias, Cpl. Miguel A. 'Gonzalez Rosas,- Sgt. Jesus
anchez,--Sgt. ,Victor Sanchez Ve- fontes; Sgt.' Gonzali
ez, Sgt. -Toot E. Montalva Ro- nango, Sgt. Ruebn
riguez, Cpl. Humberto Rwera sgt. Juho C, Sal
arrero, Cpl. Juan Vieves LoPez, Marco Aurelio, Zam
id. Rafael Angel Rosal Alvaro- rro, CWO Ramo nR
o, Cpl. Luis A. Collazo Ortiz, CWO -Luis Granadill
vt Roane Morales MaidonadO, else Burgoa;:truz,
vt. Edwin Andino Martinez, do Zambrano Castr
nd Pvt. Pedro J. Rodriguez Jose Toyer Oliveto
antia go. eisco Mamie' Bei
, ,,, , Fermin Silvino .G1
.-, V E N EZU g LA: Lt. Col.. Pe- A rturo Enrique ,, t
dro Maria iNieto Bastos; Lt. C,il. Hugo:, Alberto .Aign
Aldolfo Ramirez Torres; Lt-Col. Allorso Arlas, G01111
Jose Agustine Paredes Maldonado, de los Santos '.Ss
Maj. Lucia Cardenas .i Ramirez, Cpl. Joe Rafael '' I'
2nd, Lt. Jose Hugo Roa, 2nd ,LL lin,,fpl. Retitle Vie
Hugo, Carrie Matos,',. 2nd, Lt, Witnandez, CW0,-1
Francisco Jose Bustamante Mar, Paver 'and CWO .31
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