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 )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02937

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catted ',Scatted onsthel eleStategteltrelskild siii fete the juleior high. sehool will be trerSeSSeeee'r ineseSeses.- 3:,
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:4- rooms, each '26.by 30 ',feet I building' wilt bo lecited imme. liessSeesseereaSesteesseneieeetee L, , .. : ,,,.. ;,, , .. ., . , ...,... .. : .. ,. ,':!i:::.:...' .: ,rW, :', ". ..,- ,, ,,,,:. ,.. ,':'1 .:' '..l.i:.,,g.t,', ............... ships onthe transit schedule for ,,es :
slightly-larger room for kinder. ,diateey behind.; the enementary, ,, :.,-.,., el e 's ,,I.isse's .,. e, .3 es e, . ,,, .,. ., ..,.., ee s -.,, ,,, e ., yesterday and 26 ship' wee lists
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tors, school clinics and rooms ry, study hall,. three labersios SEVEN:REASCS why lifettlitidslike :theIrst4i.ritarer Woe; Pleree,MitrrAnhe Soletteterat Rogers, Miriam Conover, Judy Meyetfes., oisfd tehiLtooasdhyip'ss sacrhoedtuoole,losnegveroarl
Jackie Ashton Stride tsittingSeKeten Lytieeneoe- ewlin'euits.1,you havfliVt noticed yet 'are by Rose Marie Reid and someone is gu 1
i fet loathers end administrative ries, a home ecenomks room, lessly billing them as the Malt attraction asellien int girls' will modelitheniGet El, Pertain& Hilton pool next Friday nights clams in a short chamber. ),
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personne . ac Panama City Night Court Judge ,,,
will 'be equipped with small the,,faCelty and one for reme- es- ; ,.
Antonio Santamaria plenned todet.
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' 11 Opening For NjW Store First Wo. rker From CZ 'Central Labor Po',
for making false secusations eiS sI
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wh..06umseauJire ffuniotrhehi IT At Coco Solo s''
I ''''Jline 25 To Land Job is Francisco Villarreal Of RP
by the Garda
shoris ,on the first floor and mu- ,. .. .., .
For lo'ne Sch0Ols sit rooms on the second floor. It
will be located ea.st of the exist- se..' o es---- :. 1 f the Panami
Francisco Villarreal, of Panami, has become the first worker hired frain the new Central uatea,.. charges
Employment Office labor pool register, according to a story in the eurrent issue o
Canal Review. couple that Sentameria had else :
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them to jail along with their three
ed his authority by sentencing
. . e .. ing frame buildings so that it The Atlantic side communities of ed so that sell-selection and over over.,
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Louis H. DeArmas, :teacher at can be extended to parallel the .
Coco Solo, Margarita and Gatun the-countee sales can be made, de- Villarreal, who worked for some time at a temporary job, was transferred during May to per permanent
manent permanent status as a Grade 2 laborer after qualifying for the labor pool register early this year. children, and had shown partiality
Ancon I
Elementm Schoo has larger Wilding at the back when will haven, modern, two-story de- penthding-oe the type of merchandise
More than 11000 applied for qualification but latest figures on those added to tete permanent during during their trial, had found
been appeinted supereisor of the school plant is fully develop- itlitirtment store this month when in e various units.
register are far below the number of applicants. no evidence to subseantiate the ::
e second floor of the Coco. Solo se ,-, ,. The Review states that the application of the Merit System for Company-Government's 13,- charge.
t Spanish of the Canal.- Zone ed. ,
schools, it was announced today The Diablo gymnasium is to be retail storesopens for business. ..Plaiiners of the. layout have put
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tenced both Ceferino, his and wife. '.
by S. E. Esser, Superintendent remodeled to, provide new lock- uth stress on appearance as well 700 employes is closer to full operation than had been expected by this time.
According to the judge, he sin
The nepning date ha's been, set, ot
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of Schools. ers, showers, and dressing rooms tentet lee for June 25, the curreet iSO convenience for .eustomers and With his employment on the Service status without the re-' Applications for clerk, typist,
tences of 20 days each when they ;
DeArmax will succeed Walter 0- in the basement. These will issue'of the Canal Zone Review in-,, sales personnel. In addition, the
- stoners
pl -h d dhbid- no ew job, Villarreal becomes a quirement of an examination. and stenographer positions will and two neighbors to minimumse
,, liver who,retired in May after 15 serve the gymnasium floor on dielted- ave. esigne t e ui
ing a public disturbance by fight. ses
I career conditional employe This is especially important be received on a continuing
w 1 chan ,e to for those empio es who do not basis until further notice, the were brou ht bef him e
Merchandise from the Cr sto g and his status 1 1 f, Y g ore for creete ,,
i bat in oothat it can be air-conditioned
years service avith the, Division the second story and will open di directly
rectly directly onto the playing field at
of Schools., store, wehich now goes out of busi- laterS,if necessary. This will not be that of "career" employe upon now have Civil Service status central Employment Office has
. The new' supervisor of Spanish- tbe school. ing. He pointed out that this eharge
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s is a native of Florida and attend. Alt three' buildings are to be ness is to be moved to the Coco So- donee hOwever until funds are completion of 38 months of and expect to seek a transfer announced.
satisfactory service. This career to another government agency.
carries a maximum sentence of 60 s
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ed the University, of North Caro- connected with covered passage- lo Store earlier in the. week and attallables
win be ready in its new location by , . ,, status means to him t,hat he There is no time limit for many Jobseekers Ida"' e
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se Wlit have Group I rating ior re- Canal Zone reinstatement nor M
e ling for thresteyears before he weys. The enteance to the sch Leal:Picker-Upper .,
joined the U.S.. Army in 1941. Aft- is also to be widened and cover.
oot Thursday, June 25.
The new second floor adds 21,-, The three Garcia children were
or leaving the Army in 1945, be ed areas provided at the front 000 square feet to the Coco Sole s. loye
Lennon (seduction iii force) for transfer to other Govern
Found Ehgible not present during the trial, be .....'.
.,'? reentered the University of North for the loading and unloading of store and, more than ,deubles the purposes, and he will have per- ment agencies once an emp
manent status for reemploy- acquires career merit status. said, but later Mrs. Garcia, when eS,
s Carolina and was graduated with school busses. floor space. Personnel from the .Grabs' Everything ment. According to the summary of
, granted permission to go home -t0 s,
ThesgenetaL designs for the new conversions to the merit system ti'ave Bad Address look after her children, brought. ,S.,-
,e a depee ', in political,. science in
' , The conversion of the Canal announced at the end of May, them to jail with her "as a Pm ''
! 1945e, Ho later received a MOS- Diablo school huildings were also have been .working for several
Supply and Engineering Divisions
Along CZ Golfers organization to the merit bYS- relatively few Canal employes
tem is primarily a clerical task have failed to obtain recom- Many applicants who have been ,,, -es
s ,' ter'it degree from !Michigan 'State provided by the Architectural months on the floor plan and to thwart justice."
s ee .:,, College. :,". ,,....:,,4, Brance, altheugh -final designs hick the
have developed one w Y ,
since, with. minor exceptions, mendations for conversion. rated as "eligible" and entered es .e
The Garcia counle and their chili. !'s
1I 7,: Before 'coming to 1 the Canal and specifications are being pre- believe, will handle the flow of
A bright red monster with en in- permanent employes are con- Less than 40 out of the to- on the registers for placein-it T . .i.
,., Zones l!in.'1955, DeArnaas taught pared under emitract by Sanders customers better than in .any
satiable appetitefor leavesis sidered qualified for the jobs tal of some 5000 processed have 'not received their "Notice aren remained in a jail cell tor .s.., :,-
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social' etudies. and 'Spanish for and Associates, a Panama arch!. ether of the retail stores in the snorting-around Pacific side streets they hold. have failed to qualify. of Rating" due to having furnish- ordered by deputy National Guird
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e Canal Zone system. these dept. Up to the end of May aP- Most of these have not ed the Canal Zone Central Elul-
se- ida,He also served- for ,hvo years i number of other major d One wide main aisle will run di- commander Lt. Col. Saturnino Floe :
esign proximately 5500 employes had qualified on their jobs or ployment Office with insufficient res se.,
, es Nice Consul of the Umted jobs for the Panama Canal Com- agonally across the secend floor, The monster, a Rube Goldberg been given Merit Syssem status, have records of unsatisfactory mailing addresses. The post of- ,se
,.. Statee in COlon, and for another pany in recent years. from entrance to entrance. This type of machine, according to the and another 1500 will. be con- conduct. fices in Panama and Colon have -,, -,
, two year' he held the, same :post- will be broken at the center by the Santamaria said the G rej '.
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Panama Canal Review, is really a verted during this month. No- All of these will be continued returned mailed notkes an 'un
tion in Chilee. During the past ei
single pillar on the second floors A neighbors who were involved, in the
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.-: ' four-years he has been an eies uristobal Store new gift shop, with sPeciallighunae operation recently by the Grounds reech these persons asi soon as
a new piece of equipment placed in tification ot tnis new status will in "status quo" positions and claimed." case (two women) testified befere, .'- ,,
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have been notified to this ef- Notices addressed to the follow- h
, l ,,: mentary teacher in the Fort Kob- will be built around this pillar., t e District Attorney that e.the I-4
i, Branch of the community services the papers can be prepared. sect with an explanation of the ing persons have been returned to
Ss' be'.and Anton' schools. From the wide main aisle, traffic judge ave all four defendentethe 'I, '-',,
Division. Officially ft is known as It is anticipated that the specific effect this may have on the Central Employment Office opportugnity to air their side ,orth .-
A eHe lives in Diablo with hie wife Is Railroaded will flow into the various merchan- 1 -'..-A
se. a good roads scavenger but others recommendations for the re- tneir tenure of employment. and may be obtained there by
s, and ,two chadrens S '' dise sections, where men's wear, story before they were sentenced '',.:'
are more apt to refer to it simply maining 7000 employes will Da Registers of individuals who the individuals concerned. : .' -f:".1-";,.
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- ' women's wear, infants' and chil. as a leaf pieker.upper. accomplished within three or have qualified uncle' the merit Thos giving their addresses as ,,..
, In Alterations dren's clothing and other items, four .months. system have thus far been es- Colon are the following: ..,.,,
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I' i,' Matshall To Ad shoes, linens and other dometilc The machine is actually a su. The number of convereions to tablished by the central Em- Cesar G Abrahams, Pedro A-1 The
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es. ed for alteration of part of the In addition to the gift shop, the with a large rubber suction tube eludes approximately -1000 em- borers and helpers, with varee Archibold, Jose -Barrios, Maxlnii.
'e in;DonoyaksPosi first floor of ehe Cristobal Retail second floor will.also house a,bou- opeeated by an outrider who sits ployes who held Civil Service ous options for each. no Breleur, Menoah Bright, leili. ,. s, ,i,
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Store building ter lies as a rail. tiqueor little shortwhich will Ise' a small lest attached to the status when the merit. system However, examinauons have herto J Cargill, Jorge Cedeo, ., 4
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, ., ., s steamy space toward the rear of sonal nature than t ose so d n perch, the operator is able to All of these were automaticallY and stenographers. Registers for priella, Emanuel A. Goddard,
, the Front Street side of the build. the central gift shop. move the -tube about and pick up covered into the merit system. these positions are expected to Daniel Grant, Manuel F. Guerna, Two Americans emploved : IA I
f !,- who, L. Donovan,' Civil s.. Af. Ina; Merchandise to be handled at leaves from the. gutter or along Most of the conversions made be established this month. Alberto II. Gumbs, Milton k. -..
the Canal Zone were found..,
fairs Director, is :leaving s early Soleil foe baggage rooms and the Atlantic aide's department the sidewalk.' are employes in the marine, The second examination for Johnson, Edwin H. Jones, Tibur- i
guilty in Balboa Magistrate. S''
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t .',- I next week on vacation during railroad offices will be provided store will be the same as that care Transportation and Terminals, clerks is being neld this week. cio elagailon, Salomon N. Mora- Cou t
r today of speeding on' thst 1.-
which he': and Frs.. Donovan will ,behind the passenger waiting ried in shinier sections at the Bal. The mcahine is towed through and Engineering and Construe- The examination for Atlantic les, Faustino Navas, Rudolph E. Gaillard Highway. Leonard Es."..:
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l: s enake a trip to Europe.. , Oseem s boa Retail Store. Quantities, how- the streets by a tractor and when tion Bureaus. side residents was given Wed- Piggott, Girinaldo Salazar, Sebes. Case, 46, was fined SIO for ,.
, : ..Durin8 'his abasettee of boa es,,While"plaits are not definite, the ever, will be propertionately small- thee leaf picker-upper operator The Personnel Bureau has nesday at the Cristobal High Ilan Tesis and Manuel Water. traveling 55 mph in a 40 MVOS ':
' tw0,..monthseJames Marshall, Ass .I.-temainder of ,the,first floor will er because ot.the mailer Atlantic e
venni to.stop orseXecute some spe- announced that 'employes who School, and the Pacific sicie Those giving their addresses as zone. George G. Bouche, 12,. wall 'se 'se.,
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. sistsint Director,,Will,:act as-Civil eprobably be used to house those. side population. .- e ; cial'maneuver, he finals the driv- plan t"0 leave the Canal service exam was scheduled for today Panama -City are the following. traveling t
a the same speed titiSs.:s.
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, S Affairs ,Directoese en:" .: units. ef,,the Personnel Burssa StockroomS whera ressrve mess erof the tractor wi h a horn at- at an early date should notify at Balboa High School. Jorge I, Avila, Jorge (Sestet, wes fined $15 for the offenateesSee'S
!t, ., Mr. and Mrs,,,Dimovan are ... to :which. are now In the Atlantic chandise will be stored are locale tached to his outrider seat. the Bureau so that conversion A. high percentage of appli- I Tomas de Gracia C.,' Arnulfo de In two remaining care bee,- .,
,. join- a Jeep -group 'ne. canal 'ems side Central Employment Office, ed around the entire perimeter of to the merit system can be at- cents failed to qualify in the La Rose, Benign Diaz, Edwin fore the eourt Raul Ortiz, lite I's
, ployes' end -others -Who are 'mak. it waspointed Snit in the surrsnt the new second Beer. -Partitions 'People at the Grounds Branch, compliehed. All such eases will first examinations for clerks, A. Echeverria G., Jorge A. year-old panamanian, was given ',,: Y:'
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, ft 11- apciali- Stour.. et ,' Europe, ',issue of. theePineme Canal Re. will separate the stock reems sity that the new "machine ,oper be handled on an individual typists, and stenographers, held Gouldbourne, P h i 1 le e r t A. 4
a five day suspended ICI 'eelW
lirs. Donovan li already' in the view. ..,, , from the sales sections. This will ates like a charm and is much basis to complete the conver- a few weeks ago. Of the 131 Johnson, Jose R. Perez S., Secon- tence for vagrancy and places! '...,......
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-.States:and' wilLijoin -lite group in se Other tectione of thie building allow' fer mere settrective o' 'dill- more J. efficient that other street- InOn before the emploYe lealle$ applicants for clerical positions, dino Rodriguez, Concepcion R On probOtiOn fOrOne year ' s
New ,-,,Yorit. torso-thee chartered eivill, probably be used for furni plays than ars pessibk in Storsil cleaning methods Awed in the Ca- the service,. 106 passed. Ruiz, Valentin Sanchez, Rodolfo And Felix Ramos, 24, :Paha: S's
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t plate 'trip to -Lisbon; r," 1 ture ,storage bis the Housing where windows have to be taken nal Zone previously. If the employe has three or Half of the typist applicants Santos: Carlos Sevillano, Ricardo amanian, learned the lave, ..."-
:e The .t0tIr has' been arranged by 'Branch of the Community Servic into account. , more years of continuous fed- qualified in formai exams, while A. Tally, Santiago Trejos V. and fisticuffs after he was lOterid
1.... tiesIS FlOyd H. Baldwin, General Andi. es Division. 4,, ,.., -, s
Shelving will be used on the It is able to clean up a whole eral service, he will be eligible only 21 of the 82 applicants for, Javier C. Talon. guilty of battery againstl the
',..,, Ape toreof the PanaMe Csaat Compile Tho.tetall store ivill be vacated sales-space side of the partitions tommtutity ,in'one day. for career status qualifying him stenographer passed the test. Those giving their addresse, as person of Miguel Gutierree'lind e
., fteSY. The group ,of about 40; wilt the end of this .menth when its end peg-boards will be installed in A similar machine in a less bril- for Canal ZOne reinstaternent The high ratio of failures Gamboa are the following: fined $15. BOtta liNte At litteUll .2
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. Wilbert Vieja near Madden lAke,swithe
day teur. -e ---es-. ,---ees the Coco Sole Store. displays. The store will be string: tia Sidd of the Isthmus. the United Sts-tes witn Civil guage factor. 0 Forde. in the Canal Zone bOundarieSt :
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'The largest buildincprogrim offered for-contract by
She Cand in several years will be advertised for bid this
month.
It will include extensive aciditions and alterations to
the plant offttletinited States schools on the Pacific side
an,!1 oonstruction' of the 45 housing uniti planned for the
soming-fisCal year in,La Boca, according to the current is issus
sus issus of tilS,Panarna Canal Review.
The 'school plant workwill 'include an elementary
school it -Los Rios, a new elementary. school at Diablo
Heights, and a Pacific-side junior high school at Diablo
Heighter Work on the latter entails conversion of the exist- Zikt
ing frame school building for strictly classroom work, con- ,
struction of- two masonry buirdings, and the remodeling
and refitting of the gymnasium.

It is presently planned to offer
all the work under one advertise.
ment, Bidders will have the op.
tion of entering offers on all work
under one lump sum or on four
different items covering three
schools at Los Rios and Diablo
Heights, and, the quarters at La
Boca.
All of the new school buildings
will be of masonry Construction.
The two elementary school build
ings will be similar in floor Van,
utilizing the :linger-type" plan of
single classroom depth to gyve
bilateral ventilation and light.
They will both be oriented to the
north for optimum conditions for
, light and aiL In general appear appearance
ance appearance they will be similar to -the
Paraiscr elementary' school mere
this type of construction was first
used in the Canal Zone.
The Les Itios'school,will be lo located
cated located on k the, elevste4,:ground. in
the playgrouricV area at ..11 mint,
mum distinee.mf, about :150 feet
from Anton Street, broad t1v
trances, fort school busses will be
provided from that tstriet on' :the
Gaillard Ilighwa side of town to
a coveted ',loading area. From
this, arta ,oceest Ao, the school
titildings will be by covered pas pasineway
ineway pasineway
The ached Will hats
rooms, oath 26 'by 30 feet, a
slightly larger room for kinder kindergarten,
garten, kindergarten, Oh air.conditioned music
room, school clinic, end rooms
for teachers end administrative
personnel.. The teachers' rooms
will be equipped with small
DeArmas Appointed
Spanish Supervisor
For lone Schools
Louis H. De Armes, teacher at
Ancon Elementary School, has
been appointed supervisor of
Spanish of the Canal Zone
schools, it was announced today
by S. E. Esser, Superintendent
of Schools.
De Armes will suoceed Walter O Oliver
liver Oliver who retired in May after 15
years service with the Division
of Schools.
The new' supervisor of Spanish
is a native of Florida and attend attended
ed attended the University, of North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina for three 'years before he
joined the U.S. Army in 1941. Aft After
er After leaving the Army in 1945, be
reentered the University of North
Carolina and was graduated with
a degree in political, science in
1945., Heiater received a mas master's
ter's master's degree from Michigan State
College.
Before coming to ') the Canal
Zone, ,in 1955, DeArmas taught
social studies and Spanish for
four years in Michigan' and Flop,
Ida, He also served for two years
as Vice Consul of the Umted
States in Colon, and for another
two years he held the same posi position
tion position In Chile. During the past
four years he has been an ele ele'
' ele' mentary teacher in the Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe and Anton schools.
r He lives in Diablo with his wife
ud two children.

Marshall To Ad
In, Donovan s Posi
During, Vacation
IlenrY L. Donovan, Civil,' Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Director, is leaving early
next week on vacation during
which he' and Igra., DIMOVIIII Will
trip to Europe.
During his abasence of about
two month4 James Marshall, As Assistant
sistant Assistant Director, 'act as Civil
Affairs Director.,;
Mr. and Mrs,Donovan are to
join a large group of Canal em employes
ployes employes and others who are mak making
ing making a speciak tour., of Europe.
lira. Donovan it already' in the
ttates and will join the Penn in
New York for the chartered
plate trip to Lisbon.
The tour has' been arranged by
)Floyd HAtaldwin, General Audi Auditor
tor Auditor of the Panama Canal Compa Compae.py.
e.py. Compae.py. The group of about 40 wilt
--4isit 11 countries during the 64-
, day tour.

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kitchen units. The classrooms
will be in the longer of the two
main buildings, which will be
separatect by a landscaped pa patio.
tio. patio.
The floor plan and the design
of the Los Rios school were pre prepared
pared prepared by the architectural branch
of the Engineering Division some sometime
time sometime ago but actual construction
was deferred. ''
The same general design will
be used for the Diablo elementa elementary
ry elementary school which is to be located
on the site of the Special Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division buildings to be
demolished within the next few
weeks. The plant there will be
somewhat smaller than at Los
Rios, and will have only eight
classrooms, but otherwise will be
almost identical in construction
and facilities.
The. two 'new masonry buildings
for the junior high school will be
tO-stry structures located adja adjacent
cent adjacent to the' existing elementary
school. The frame. building will
be extensively remodeled for
classroom work. Long-range plans
call for the 'demolition of his
building:and extension of one of
the mew buildings to provide
4elastrroome ht masonry-. stria
ture.,,
-, The' larger 'et'l the twio new
buildings, will be located immc
diets bahind ; the elementary,
-school. It wiV cents in a ibra ibrary,
ry, ibrary, study hall,. three labersie
ries, a ham, econemks room,
Awe ,classreems, two rooms 4or
' the ,faculty and en ter reme remedial
dial remedial reading, rest rooms, and
storage areas. The hems oca ocanomics
nomics ocanomics room will be equipped
with seven built-in kiehen u units.
nits. units. The smaller of the buildings
will house the junior high school
shops ,on the first floor and mu musk
sk musk rooms on the second floor. it
will be located east of the exist existing
ing existing frame buildings so that it
can be extended to parallel the :
larger building at the back when
the school plant is fully develop developed.
ed. developed. The Diablo gymnasium is to be
remodeled to provide new lock-
ers, showers, and dressing rooms
in the basement. These will
serve the gymnasium floor on (
the second story and will open di directly
rectly directly onto the playing field at s
the school.
' All three buildings are to be 1
connected with covered passage- .1
ways. 'rhe entrance to the school
is also to be widened and cover covered
ed covered areas provided at the front
for the loading and unloading of
school busses.
The general- designs for the new
Diablo school buildings were also
provided by the Architectural
Brance, although final designs
and specifications are being pre prepared
pared prepared under contract by Sanders
and Associates, a Panama archi architectural
tectural architectural firm which has handled
i number of other major design
jobs for the Panama Canal Com- I
pany in recent years.
Cristobal Store
Is Railroaded
In Alterations
Plans aro now being complet completall
all completall for altoration of part of the
first floor of the Cristobal Bohai
1 Store building for ues as a rail railroad
road railroad passenger station. This will
occupy space toward the roar of
the Front Stunt sids of tho build building
ing building Spec for baggage rooms and
railroad officio will be provided
, bohind tho possengor waiting
' toont.
, While -ptaits are not definite, tho
remaindor of the first floor will
, probably bit usod to house. those
' units itf' Porsonnel Bureau
:which aro now in the Atlantic
side Control Employmont Officio,
It was pointed out in the current
itssue of tho-Panamo Cana! Re Re,
, Re, view. n,
Othei libation' of the building
,will, probably be usod for furni furnifurs
furs furnifurs ,storage by the Housing
Branch of the Community Sorvic Sorvices
es Sorvices Division.
Tho retail store ivill be vacated
tho old of this month when its
stock is combinal with thot of
the Coco Selo Store.

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"Let the pfople
,

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'',ifti:4-:aisaV4ii flo'ik''''' -5V: : gates and ships up to about 500 feet
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SEVEN,' REASOS, why lifegite,ids-, like : thelr':144'':arer giros; Ileree,:lvtirriAnnO,Solveivrat Rogers, Miriam Conover, Judy Meyers, od on toady's schedule, soveral
Jackie Aehton iniC,(sitting):,Katert Lytle.Ttioe- ewlin'sults ',you havfinli nOtiefd yet 'are by Rose Marie Reid and someone is guile- of those ships aro too long for
lamely hillintr thAm as t,ha Matti' a ttzartinr1 whin the stirla will model ItheriicAt El, Panami Hilton nool next Friday night. lockage in a short chamber.

iaatT.e..iFITT;CO-naid:,:is-jittingViiiert---iyili.itirijel milli Sults ',3tOtt nottied yet 'are by Roie Marie Reid and someone is guile guilelessly
lessly guilelessly billing them as the main attraction when the girls will model ,thernt.at El Panama. Hilton pool next Friday night.

Opening For
At Coco Solo

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The Atlantic side communities of ed so Met sell-selection and over
Coco Solo, Margarita and Gatun the-counter sales can be made, de
will have a modern, two-story de- pending on the type of merchandim
partment store this month -, when in the 'various unite.
Jhe second floor of the Coco Solo
retail store' opens for business. Planners of the layout have pu'
The vepning date has been, set, nitwit stress on appearance as wet
tentatively, for June 25, the current iii convenience for ,eustomers anc
issue of the Canal Zone Review in- sales personnel. In addition, ths
dicated. planners have designed the build.
Merchandise from the Cristobal ing oothat it can be air-conditioned
store, which now goes out of busi- later,lif necessary. This will not be
ness is to be moved to the Coco So- done,. however until funds are
lo Store earlier in the week and available-
will be ready in its new location by ,
Thursday, June 25.
The new second floor adds 21,- L eat:Picker-Upper
000 square feet to the Coco Solo
store and more than doubles the
floor space. Personnel from the Grabs Everything
Supply and Engineering Divisions .
have been working for several Nor cz
months on the floor plan and Utters
have developed one which, they 9
believe, will handle the flow ef A 'bright red monster with an In Incustomers
customers Incustomers better than in any
satiable appetitefor leavesis
other of the retail stores in the snorting around Pacific side streets
Canal Zone system. these days.
One wide main aisle will run di-
agonally across the second floor, The monster, a Rube Goldberg
from entrance to entrance. This type of machine, according to the
will be broken at the center by the Panama Canal Review, is really a
single pillar on the second. floor., A new piece of equipment placed in
new gift shop, with aPecial lighting, operation recently by the Grounds
will be built around this pillar. Branch of the Community Services
From the wide main aisle, traffic Division. Officially ft is known as
will flow into the various merchan- a good roads scavenger but others
dise sections, where men's wear, are more apt to refer to it simply
women's wear. infants' and chil- as a leaf picker-upper.
dren's clothing and other items,
The machine is actually a su sushoes,
shoes, sushoes, linens and other domestic
goods will be sold. per or kintelted vacuum cleaner
In addition to the gift shop, the with a large rubber suction tube
operated by an outrider who sits
second floor will also house a,bou a,boutiqueor
tiqueor a,boutiqueor little shopwhich will hi' a small seat attached to the
handle gift items of a more per- side of the Contraption. From his
sonal nature than those sold in perch, the operator is able to
the central gift shop. move the tube about and pick up
Merchandise to be handled at leaves from the gutter or along
the sidewalk.
the Atlantic aide's department
store will be the same as that car carried
ried carried in sithilar sections at the Bal. The mcahine is towed through
the streets by a tractor and when
boa Retail Store. Quantities, how howthe
the howthe leaf picker-upper operator
ever, will be propertionately small smaller
er smaller because ofthe mailer Atlantic wants to stop or execute some spe speside
side speside population. ' ; cial 'maneuver, he sitinals the driv drivStockrooms
Stockrooms drivStockrooms where reserve me., er of the tractor wi h a horn at atchendise
chendise atchendise will be stored are local'. tached to his outrider seat.
ed around the entire perimeter of
the new second floor.'Partitions 'People at the Grounds Branch,
will separate the. stock rooms Bey that the new machine oper operfrom
from operfrom the sales sections. Thit will ates like a charm and is much
allow' for mere attrective, dis- more : efficient that other street streetplays
plays streetplays than are possibk in itores cleaning methods used in the Ca Cawhore
whore Cawhore windows have to be taken nal Zone previously.
Into secount.
Shelving will be used on the It is able to clean up a whole
sales-space side of the partitions community in one day.
end peg-boards will be installed in A similar machine in a less bril brilsome
some brilsome locations for merchandise Bent hue is operating on the Atlan Atlandisplays.
displays. Atlandisplays. The store Will be erring: tie sidd of the Isthmus.

know the

PANAMA; R, P, FRIDAY, frINZ 5, 1959

Store
Is June 25
, 1
ed so thet sell-selection and overthe-counter
sales can be made, de depending
pending depending on the type of merchandise
in the 'various units.
Planners of the layout have put
much stress on appearance as well
as convenience for customers and
sales personnel. In addition, the
planners have designed the build building
ing building ao that it can be air-conditioned
later,,if necessary. This will not be
done,. however until funds are
available..
A 'bright red monster with an in insatiable
satiable insatiable appetitefor leavesis
snorting around Pacific side streets
these days.
The monster, a Rube Goldberg
type of machine, according to the
Panama Canal Review, is really a
new piece of equipment placed in
operation recently by the Grounds
Branch of the Community Services
Division. Officially ft is known as
a good roads scavenger but others
are more apt to refer to it simply
as a leEd picker-upper.
Tho machino is actually a su super
per super or king.sized vacuum cloanor
with a largo rubber suction tubs
operated by an outridor who sits
Iti' a small soot attachod to tho
side of tho Contraption. From his
porch, tho operator is able to
move the tube about and pick up
leaves from the gutter or along
the sidewalk.

CtiitAk:
J11,1 6 1959

pLY NEWSPAPER
enci

safe" -- Abraham Lincoln

Wag
NM

MMR777.:A;1.f1m.7

First Worker
To Land Job

Francisco Villarreal, of Panama, has become the first worker hired from the new Central
Employment Office labor pool register, according to a story in the current issue of the Panama
Canal Review.
Villarreal, who worked for some time at a temporary job, was transferred during May to per permanent
manent permanent status as a Grade 2 laborer after qualifying for the labor pool register early this year.
More than 8000 applied for qualification but latest figures on those added to the permanent
register are far below the number of applicants.
The Review states that the application of the Merit System for Company-Government's 13,-
700 employes is closer to full operation than had been expected by this time.

With his employment on the
new job, Villarreal becomes a
"career conditional" employe
and his status will change to
that of "career" employe upon
completion of 38 months of
satisfactory service. This career
status means to him that he
mit have Group I rating for re retention
tention retention tteduction la force)
purposes, and he will have per permanent
manent permanent status for reemploy reemployment.
ment. reemployment. The conversion of the Canal
organization to the merit sys system
tem system is primarily a clerical task
since, with, minor exceptions,
permanent employes are con considered
sidered considered qualified for the jobs
they hold.
Up to the end of May ap approximately
proximately approximately 5500 employes had
been given Merit Sys-.;eni status,
and another 1500 will. be con converted
verted converted during this month. No Notification
tification Notification ol tnis new status will
reach these persons soon as
the papers can be prepared.
It is anticipated that the
recommendations for the re remaining
maining remaining 7000 employes wi cse
accomplished within three or
four months.
The numoer of conversions to
the Merit System thus far in includes
cludes includes approximately 01000 em employes
ployes employes who held Civil Service
status when the merit system
was established last January.
All of these were automatically
covered into the merit system.
Most of the conversions made
are employes in the Marine,
Transportation and Terminals,
and Engineering and Construc Construction
tion Construction Bureaus.
The Personnel Bureau has
announced that 'employes who
plan to leave the Canal service
at an early date should notify
the Bureau so that conversion
to the merit system can be ac accomplished.
complished. accomplished. All such cases will
be handled on an individual
basis to complete the conver-
sion before the employe leaves
the service,.
If the employe has three. or
more years .of continuous fed federal
eral federal service, he will be eligible
for career status qualifying him
for Canal Zone reinstatement
or transfer to federal jobs in
the United Sts,tes witn Civil

rvaffk HaN

From CZ Central Labor Pool
is Francisco Villarreal Of RP

Service status without the re-' Applications for clerk, typist,
quirement of an examination. and stenographer positions will
This is especially important be received on a continuing
for those employes who do not basis until further notice, thc
now have Civil Service status Central Employment Office has
and expect to seek a transfer announced.
to another government agency. 7--
There is no time limit for many Jobseeke
Canal Zone reinstatement nor FS
for transfer to other Govern Government
ment Government agencies once an employe Found Eligible
acquires career merit status.
According to the summary of
conversions to the merit system gla
announced at the end of May, viave Bad Address
relatively few Canal employes
have failed to obtain recom- Many applicants who have been
mendations for conversion. rated as "eligible" and entered
Less than 40 out of the to- on the registers for placein,ot
tal of some 5000 processed have not received their "Notice
have failed to qualify. of Rating" due to having furnish furnishMost
Most furnishMost of these have not ed the Canal Zone Central Ern Ernqualified
qualified Ernqualified on their jobs or ployment Office with insufficient
have records of unsatisfactory mailing addresses. The post of ofconduct.
conduct. ofconduct. Bees in Panama and Colon have
All of these will be continued returned mailed notkes an 'un 'unin
in 'unin "status quo" positions and claimed."
have been notified to this ef- Notices addressed to the follow followiect
iect followiect with an explanation of the ing persons have been returned to
specific effect this may have on the Central Employment Office
tneir tenure of employment. and may be obtained there by
Registers of individuals who the individuals concerned.
have qualified uncle' the merit Thos giving their addresses as
system have thus far been es- Colon are the following:
tablished by the Central Em- Cesar G. Abrahams, Pedro A Aployment
ployment Aployment Agency only tor la- raujo, Daniel F. Agustin, Antonio
borers and helpers, with vari- Archibold, Jose -Barrios, Max4i Max4ious
ous Max4ious options for each. no Breleur, Menoah Bright,
However, examinations have heft J Cargill, Jorge Cedefio,
been held for clerks, typists, Ramon D. Deane, Ernetito D. Es Esand
and Esand stenographers. Registers for oriella, Emanuel A. Goddard,
these positions are expected to Daniel Grant, Manuel F. Guerna,
be established this month. Alberto Gumbs, Milton k.
The second examination for Johnson, Edwin H. Jones, Tibur Tiburclerks
clerks Tiburclerks is being neld this week. rio Magallon, Salomon N. Isilora IsiloraThe
The IsiloraThe examination for Atlantic les, Faustino Navas, Rudolph E.
side residents was given Wed- Piggott, Girinaldo Salazar, Sebas Sebasnesday
nesday Sebasnesday at the Cristobal High tian Tesis and Manuel Water.
School, and the Pacific side Those giving their addresses as
exam was scheduled for today Panama City are the following.
at Balboa High School. Jorge Avila, Jorge Casidlo,
A. high percentage of appli- I Tomas de Gracia Arnulfo de
cants failed to qualify in the La Rosa, Benign() Diaz, Edwin
first examinations for clerks, A. Echeverria G., Jorge A.
typists, and stenographers, held Gouldbourne, Phil ber t A.
a few weeks ago. Of the 131 Johnson, Jose R. Perez S., Serun Serunapplicants
applicants Serunapplicants for clerical positions, dino Rodriguez, Concepcion R
106 passed. Ruiz, Valentin Sanchez, Rodolfo
Half of the typist applicants Santos; Carlos Sevillano, Ricardo
qualified in formai exams, while A. Tally, Santiago Trejos V. and
only 21 of the 82 applicants for, Javier C. Tuflon.
stenographer passed the test. Those giving their addresse, as
The high ratio of failures Gamboa are the following:
waa attribeied to the Ian- Juan B. Castro and Wilbert
guage factor. Forde.

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Miter Gate Strut
Breaks, Causes
Two Hour Delay

All ship traffic in the Panam Canal was halted to.
day for about two hours for repair work to be accom.,,,
plished on one of the sea gates at Gatun Locks after a
failure of a miter gate shut.

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This was the first time that traffic has been Cii1114
pletely stopped because of a failure at the Canal Locks
except once for a brief period while the Special Re Ms
Project for defense was being accomplished during the,'
World War II period.
Gatun Locks are presently operating with only ont
lane of traffic because of the power conversion work um.
derway on the east lane.
The strut failure occurred soon after midnight on the.
center wall sea gate. The miter gate struts are the steel
arms which move the gates by a connection with big bull :
wheels in the lock walls.

Applications for clerk, typist,
and stenographer positions will
be received on a continuing
basis until further notice, the
Central Employment Office has
announced.

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MI CENT

Gatun Locks figs been on 24e
hour operating schedule during the
past few we.iks while one set of
locks was out of service for till
test overhaul retently completed,
and the power conversion, work.
Panama:J.00i
Plietto 1100 Ptifr'.
Nade False CharglW
Panama City Night Court Judge
Antonio Santamaria planned today'
to file charges against Puerto Ric
an Ceferino Garcia and his wili
for making false accusations A
gainst him.
Santamaria said District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Cesar Quintero, who investi.
gated charges by the Garcia
couple that Santamaria had abuts.
ed his authority by sentencing
them to jail along with their three
children, and had shown partialky
during during their trial, had found
no evidence to subsbantiate the
charge.
-
According to the judge, he sen sentenced
tenced sentenced both Ceferino, his and wife.
and two neighbors to minimum se
tences of 20 days each when they
were brought before him for'creat
ing a public disturbance by fight.
ing. He pointed out that this Otero
carries a maximum sentence of 60
days.
,
The three Garcia children were
not present during the trial, he
said, but later Mrs. Garcia, when
granted permission to go home tO
look after her children, brought.
them to jail with her "as a tuSe
to thwart justice."
The Garcia couple and their chili. .::
dren remained in a jail cell tor
three days until their release was
ordered by deputy National Guard 4
commander Lt. Col. Saturnino
res.
Santamaria said the Gall lac
neighbors who were involved in
case (two women) testified betort
the District Attorney that .the
judge gave all four defendanttlhil
opportunity to air their side alb '-
story before they were sentenced
f
The
Judge's Bench
,
Two Americans emploved
the Canal Zone were found
guilty In Balboa Magistrato
Court today of speeding on th0
Gaillard Highway. Leonard R6 ,;
Case, 46, was fined $10 for
traveling 55 mph in a 40
zone. George G. Bouche, 12, wa$
traveling at the same speed bug,
was fined $15 for the offenstia,'",'.
In two remaining cases be,
fore the uourt Raul Ortiz, 184
year-old Panamanian, was givell
a five day suspended jail setlq"'
tence for vagrancy and pletel s:,
on probation forone year,
And Felix Ramos, 24, Ittlis
amanian, learned the folly' Of
fisticuffs after he was 101,1nd
guilty of battery against the
person of Miguel Gutierresolind
fined $15. Both. live at WWII
Vieja near Madden Lake,'with
in the Canal Zone bOundari:t
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MAIL BOX

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SOCIAL SECURffY RED TAPE

ACCESS TO TELEPHONES

1 have read vial interest the two letters (Mail Box, May 28 and
--;:ltine 1) written by "Pop,to-be" and "Worried,I1 concerning the
Aptight of pregnant women who seek medical attention at Panama's
-cial Security Clinic.
1 agree heartily with the points brouglat out in the letters and
now feel tpcund to make my own contribution. after being a witness
,to an incident that took place just Wednesday at the Seguro Social
Cliiile as I waited my turn to see my obstetrician.
It wa ebout 10:45 a.m. when a tidily-dressed, but worried-look,
jtig Teenager entered' the sixth-floor waiting room and knocked
timidly on the door of one of the maternity doctors.
This is not the regular procedure since we are supposed wait for
our names to be called before going in to see the doctor, so the young
lady' immediately became the center of the gaze of all of us who
were seated nearby.
Soon the nursc opened the door slightly and the girl, still outside,
e-plained to her that the girl's sister had given birth that morning
and the Teenager had hurried to the clinic to get a prescription,
ordered bY the doctor, filled and taken to the hospital where it would
be administered to the suffering new mother.
The problem was that clinic's pharmacy refused to give the girl
the medicine because:
1That type of medicine was not supposed to leave the build building.
ing. building. and
2--The inedicine not going to be used by the person who
came to pick it up.
The fact that girl produced her sister's Social Security card and
the prwriptinn could not convince the clerks that she should get
the ineuicine, the Teenager told the nurse.
After consulting with the doctor the nurse told the girl to go to
the pharmacy while the medico settled the matter over the phone.
Pretty soon however, tbe girl, now frantic and near to tears,
came back with the report that the situation remained the same:
the pharmacy refused to give her the medicine.
This made the doctor, a man well kriown for his benevolence,
storm out of his office and with the girl in tow, head fo rthe phar pharmacy.
macy. pharmacy. Tho usually mild-tempered doctor was as mad as a hornet.
About 15 minutes later he returned to his office but the group of
women who had been following the proceedings had no way of know know,
, know, ing how the affair had worked out.
You ran imagine the unflattering comments we directed at the
Seguro Social organization for the rest of the time we sweated it,
out in the clinic.
s
We could not help but be sympathetic to a fellow human being,
who at the moment. was probably going through prolonged discon-liture,
all because of an impractical setup and mincesitarv red tape.
Lady-In-Waiting.

TAXPAYERS' MONEY
Sir:
I believe an investigation is overdue into the manner in
which the top brass in this area uses the taxpayers' money. In InstanefA
stanefA InstanefA I could cite include:
I. Unofficial use of official cars;
Unauthorized passengers manifested aboard govern government
ment government aircraft;
3. Government planes used for fishing trips;
4. Boats being air-conditioned;
S. Grote overstaffing (aa many as 10 individuals) of of of'
' of' ficers' etuarters.
- There are other glaring cases of misuse of government pro property.
perty. property. 1, is a tiOrpp.yer, consider they warrant a full explanation,
Fed Up.

In our modern world the telephone has become an essential
part of our everyday lives. It has saved nations from disaster,
millions from danger and death, and has served to bind together
people from the four corners of the earth. You can hear the
voices of your loved ones even when they are thousands of miles
away.
The telephone is no longer considered a luxury. It is defi definitely
nitely definitely a necessity in this world of ours. Any person who would
deny another the use of a telephone to discuss a subject at vital
personal importance, which May even involve life or death, should
be 'placed in the category of a sadist and a tyrant.
One would think that the employer does not exist who would
deliberately and malicious prevent an employe from speaking to
a relative or friend who may be sick or dying and wishes to give
a personal message. Of course if it's a place of business where
the only phone is always busy, then conversations should be lim limited
ited limited to a couple minutes.
In the case I am about to mention, the manager of a restau restaurant
rant restaurant in Panama City is the culprit and has gone to the extent
of cutting the wires of a public phone (property of the !enema y
Luz Co.) to prevent his employes from Wing the phone, even
though it is a pay phone.
,- His private phone is strictly !or the use of light-skinned em-,
Plo Yes and clients. If a colored employe ever gets a call, the em employer
ployer employer takes the message (if he is in the mood).
On one occasion an employe's relative died on the Atlantic
side and although there were two phones in the fellow did not
know of his relative's death until tour hours after when a cable
was sent. No one was allowed to answer the public phone and the
fellow's folks did not know the number of the private one.
Yet this same boss would chase all over the place after one
of his white-skinned employes if a sweetheart should call for an
idle chat.
I hope the phone company will look into the matter of the
cut wires and make this character pay for the damage.
Phone Conscious.

RODMAN MOVIES
Sir :
I would like to find out through the Mail Box why the re residents
sidents residents of Locona are not allowed to go to the movies at Rod Rodman.
man. Rodman. Seems the Air Force doesn't want the Air Force personnel
going to Navy movies, or is it the Navy who doesn't want the Air
Force in their theatre?
It's so discouraging when one starts out to go to a movie at
Albrook and has to leave almost an hour ahead of time, and
then hits the bridge to miss part of the movie.
Now that school is out wouldn't the Navy consider letting
our children at least go to their movies on Saturday and Sun Sunday?
day? Sunday? It sure would be wonderful for the mothers, and would give
the children some place to go and something to do.
One person cannot accomplish this. Several people have
to get together, or let's have the Locona committee see about
getting the movie privilege back for the residents of Locona.
Hopeful.

SHIP STEERERS
.'' Sir:
at The latest Pilots' lAment. signed "1859 or 1959" Nail Box,
.4 June 2) and probably written by one of their idle wives, is in-4
deed heartrending. But if so many of the pilots are unhappy
a why add to their number by employing more?
0
Me solution, of course, is not to hire more but to RIF those
: who are bewailing their fats here. nig would relegate most of
a them to their former status of third mates on tramp steamers.
i, Their arduous duties of riding to and fro in official cars,
a being entertained on transiting ships with choice food, cashing
tt fabulous salary checks, and bemoaning their lot, would then pass
ti to more appreciative and deserving individuals.
The pilot have failed to observe any degree of public tela tela4
4 tela4 tions, as individuals. One can always spot them by their bent
a gerent attitude some thing like a hen that has been chased
: from her nest.
1 There items no reason why the ships' captains cannot pilot
their ships through the Canal. After all, there are no reefs, no
storms, and the Canal waters are clear, placid and well marked.
LI COneitiiOn it may be added that the so called pilots have
! no claim to the title of captain as they are not in command of
O any vessel. Their true title is that of ship steerer and even
O this a seaman does. However, charity has to begin somewhere.
at
Neptune.
anamak:

By VICTOR RIESE!.
, MILWAUKEE Here in the
1 land of the beer and the home
of the Braves, the warmth of the
city still is tinged by the bitter bitterness
ness bitterness of Walter Reuther's five.
year iprike agains, the Kohler Co.
, easily a $1a,000,000 showdown.
' Though this struggle over at
Sheboygan has slipped from the
public prints, it is still being
watched tarefully by the experts.
A year ago it was the lone show showdown.
down. showdown. Today there are several
other marathon strikes across the
counay.
I haven't talked to the heads ot
all the 125,000 companies which
sign union contracts, but it seems
as though I have on this trip
and other recent excursions. I
heard that what was the isolated
industrial battle of last year will
be but one of hundreds of such con conflicts
flicts conflicts in the next 12 months.
War between labor and manage.
ment is coming. unless both
sides an sit down soon and agree
That's the big story looming on
the home front.
Issues will vary like Heinz's
pickles. But strikes are strikes. In
search of what the businessmen
see as the most basic of issues, I
spoke to an executive who
makes a religion of reason t.ti
Cushman, vice president of Am-1
erican Motors. His philosphy ne
ver rambles. Cushman, who Se't3
part of the solution in a labor-man
&gement summit confertnce
called and guided by leading Protestant-Catholic
and Jewish der.
gymen, put it this way:
"In my judgment unions have
not clearly defined their role in
our society. Nor have they indi indicated
cated indicated the limits to which they are
filling to restrict themselves. The
areas of collective bargaining
have expanded rapidly. They are
still expanding. .In the past
union representatives have refus refused
ed refused to spell out the boundaries of
the long range objectives of or organized
ganized organized labor.
"Another issue that manage management
ment management people have raised with me
in our discussions on this subject
has been that there are important
union leaders who apparently be believe
lieve believe in a class struggle of some
description.
"How can you expect manage manageIment
Iment manageIment to welcome with open arms
,the union leader who insists on
characterizing as the would-be ex exploiter
ploiter exploiter of the workers whose in insstiable
sstiable insstiable desire to work his em employes
ployes employes at starvation wages and
with work loads injurious to
health and safety is kept in check
only by militant union power?"
Cushing made the point that
management peonle aren't mon monsters.
sters. monsters. He also said that it Is just
is wrong for industrialists to speek
of their opponents as ogres.
But, regardless of the language
batted around like balls over at
the Braves' park, management
wants to know where it is going.
That's why the bargaining is
tougher on the steel front, in coal,
textile, rubber, aircraft and outer outerspace
space outerspace equipment production, oil,
chemical and a score of other in industries.
dustries. industries. Most dramatic of these strug struggles
gles struggles will be the one about to hit the
railroads. Over in Chicago the
other day, some of the rail union
men were prenarine demands to
break the three-year moratorim
on wage increases.
But what provokes industrialists
most are some statistics released
by the unions themselves. The
Auto Union. led by Reuther. has
reported flint some $40 R week hss
hPen added to thp aversge Auto
Worker's pay in the past 10 years

DAILY
MEDITATION

(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
St. John IS:5
WILD GRAPES
"He thM abideth in me, and I
in him, the same bringeth forth
much fruit: for without me ye
can do nothing."
What Isaiah describes in his
Song is unthinkable, Given the
conaitions of favorable soil, pro proper
per proper cultivation and choice vines,
the vineyard would certainly have
procrxea the expected good
grapes.
But this is where man runs
counter to every other living
thing which God has created. He
has free will. He can refuse to
obey God it he so wills. The story
of the vineyard is man's story
from the Garden of Eden to Bat
latest sin of yours or mine.
The Song of Isaiah goes on to
speak ot the vineyard's destrue
lion. The Husband-man Who cared
for it can also destroy it. Like the
Jews in Isaiah's day we need to
learn the double lesson of God's
love ana of His justice. We dare
not rest complacent.
But the gospel carried the leas leason
on leason one step farther. Man does
not stand alone. He is metely
the branch. Jesus Christ is the
vinestock. It is as we abide in
Him that we bear much fruit. This
is the way out -of our human dilem dilemma:
ma: dilemma: to turn freely to Him, to be
rooted in Him.

TANKS FOR NOTHING
MICHAM, England (LTD.Po (LTD.Police
lice (LTD.Police said today thieves almost
succeeded in burning open a bank
vault containing $140,000 w e n
they ran out of fuel for their ace acetylene
tylene acetylene torches.

Labor News
And
Comments

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WASHINGTON Tension is so
taut around the Pentagon that
Secretary of the Army Wilbur
Brucker may get the ex. Reason
is the row over missiles.
Brucker, an ex-governor of Mi Michigan
chigan Michigan and a potent power m the
Republican party, has become so
immersed in the Army feud with
the Air Force over missiles that
Ihe authorized two "Nickerson "Nickersontype"
type" "Nickersontype" memos on the subject of
missiles and made 12 public
speeches between May 11 and
May 16.
This may be more than Secteta Sectetary
ry Sectetary of Defense Neil. McElroy can
take.
The issue is the same basic one
which caused Col. John Nickerson
to get court-martialed, namely the
distribution of a memo spelling
out the Army's demand that it
share in building missiles.
Nickerson fought the battle of
the Army's Jupiter, an interme intermediale
diale intermediale range ballistic missile, a against
gainst against the- Air Force's Thor.
Brucker is now fighting for the
Army's Nike-Hercules, a snort snortrange
range snortrange defense missile, against the
Air Force's Bomarc.

One 12-page memo which Bruck Brucker
er Brucker sent to Senators Is already well
publicized. This is Memo No. 1
which went to Senators who were
not members of the Armed Serv Services
ices Services Committee. It was also given
, discreetly to the press.
' This made Sen. Dick Russell of
Georgia, chairman of the com mit mittee,
tee, mittee, sore as blazes. He consider considered
ed considered it an attempt to undercut his
comniittee which already had tak taken
en taken a stand against the Army's
Nike-Hercules.
Memo No. 2 has not yet Ieaked
out, but this column has secured
a copy. Dated May 19, it is ad addressed
dressed addressed to McElroy from Bruck Brucker,
er, Brucker, urging that McElroy hold of
production of the Air Force Bom Bomarc
arc Bomarc missile until the "entire Unit United
ed United States air defense effort for
the 1960-1970 era" can be reviewed.
Both the Army's Nike-Hercules
missile and the Air Force's Bom Bomarc
arc Bomarc are aimed at protecting A American
merican American cities from enemy super supersonic
sonic supersonic bombers.
The Army proposes to shoot

to meet the cost of living and
match increased productivity.
This $40 was in addition to other
benefits.
There is similar news from
Dave McDonald's Steel union,
Since 1953, when McDonald tooK
over, each steelworker's wages
and benefits have increased by e
total of about $40 a week. There
are billions more in the pay en envelopes
velopes envelopes of the other big Indus.
tires.
The businessmen don't want to
bust anv unions. They want to
know when it's golog io stop. To
get that answer they're ready to
take some mighty long strikes.

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down bombers over or near Amer'.
can cities. The Air Force claims
this is letting enemy bombers get
too close, and has designed Abe
Bomarc missile to shoot down ene enemy
my enemy bombers in a given geographic
area.
However, when the weapons sys system
tem system evaluation group tested ooth
missiles, it found that 65 percent
of the enemy's planes got through
the Army's Nike-Hercules as a against
gainst against only 15 percent which got
through the Air Force's Bomare.
This was what caused the Sen Senate
ate Senate Armed Services Committee to
curtail Army production of the
Nike-Itercules. It also erased Can Canada
ada Canada to choose the Bomarc.
NoteSome critics, such as Sen.
Stuart Symington of Missouri, how however,
ever, however, claim that.both systems are
weak, that we must strike at the
enemy before his planets even get
near our cities.

MEMOS AND MISSILES

With the Army seeing its entire
air defense program going down
the drain, Brucker began latiuch latiuching
ing latiuching not missiles but memos.
In Memo No. 2, to far secret, he
aimed indirectly at the curtail curtailment
ment curtailment voted by the Senate Armed
Servioes Committee.
"The very nature of 'these ac actions
tions actions (by the Senate committee)
have seriously degraded the true
value of the Hercules system
while at the same time proviJing
a grossly distorted picture of the
Bomarc system.
, "Thus it has become impera imperative,"
tive," imperative," Brucker added, "that the
Army set forth its grave resetva resetvations
tions resetvations concerning the ability of
Bomarc to achieve operational ef effectiveness
fectiveness effectiveness during the time frame
under consideration.
"Up to the present moment, the
Army has carefully avoided cri critical
tical critical comment concerning Bomare,
even while being Subjected to
1cross-examination as well as re.
peated inaccurate and unwarrant unwarranted
ed unwarranted attacks on the effectiveness of
the presently operational Nike Her Hercules
cules Hercules air defense.
Brucker listed what he thought
was wrong with the Air Force
missile, then concluded:
"Considering the changing na nature
ture nature of the air-breathing threat
and the imminence of ballistic mill.
siles, I believe that a dispropor disproportionate
tionate disproportionate amount of money and ef effort
fort effort is being expended on a weap weapon
on weapon for defense against a relative relatively
ly relatively unsophisticated segment of the
air-hreathing threat."
He asked McElroy to review the
rival defenee systems.
"Pending this evaluation of the
over-all defense effort," the Army
Secretary wrote, "I recommend
that the Bomarc programs be re reduced
duced reduced to a depinyment which uses
only, equipment already funded."
So goes the civil war on the' Potomac.

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ImmAT, itrst 1959

FOUR EMPLOYES of the US Army Caribbean, Quartermaster Section, Atlantic Operations, Fort
Gulick were presented 30-year Federal service pins, by Capt. Charles E. Williams, officer in
charge. They are, from left to right, Ernest P. Jarrett, clerk typist in the poperty office; Andrew
N. Sow ley, store clerk of the self service supply center; Williams; Wuareley Papazian, manager
of the commissary sales store, Fort Gulick; an d Francisco Lowe L., clerk typist, commissary
Sales store. Jarrett, who has 36 years service, lives with his wife in Coln Sowley, a resident of
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Dr. Daniels Joins
Comptroller Staff
As Auditor Adv4or

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Dr. Howard M. Daniels has just
arrived in Panama to serve with
the University of Tennessee Mis Mission
sion Mission as advisor in accounting and
to the Comptroller General's Of
fice during the period from June
1 to Aug. 31 1959.
His educational background in includes
cludes includes a Bachelor's degree in
general business from the Uni University
versity University of Texas in '1937; a Mas Master's
ter's Master's degree in accouting and
management from the University
of Chidago in, 1942; and, a Doc Doctor's
tor's Doctor's degree from Ole 3,114X,ITSity,
of Texas in 1957, imiwtdVii
jor field was accounting, with a
minor in statistics, management
and economics.
Presently a professor of ac accounting
counting accounting and member of, the
graduate faculty of the Universi University
ty University of Houston, in Houston, Tex Texas,
as, Texas, Daniels-is: also an Autstaild Autstaild,,,Ing
,,,Ing Autstaild,,,Ing member of many accounting
associations, both national and
state.
Daniels' vast experience stems
from a wide variety of occupa occupations,
tions, occupations, including construction, com community
munity community service, wholesaling, re retailing,
tailing, retailing, manufacturing, accounting,
teaching, and executive develop development,
ment, development, both in private industry''
and with the Federal Government.
From 1945 to 1950 he erfgaged
hi public accounting practice as
a Certified Public Accountant. In
1956 he served as consultant on
staff training -for Ernst and
Ernst, a national ptiblic aceount aceounting
ing aceounting firm. Before assuming his du duties
ties duties as professor of accounting at
the University of Houston, he
atughtthe gamut of accountinga
nd auditing courses offered in
a ftill accounting program o a
recognized school of business ad administration.
ministration. administration. Daniels, age 44, is married and
has 4 children, ranging in age
from 5 to 19 years.

BELATED MARRIAGE
STOCKHOLM (UPI) Miss
Alma lund said today inas inasmuch
much inasmuch as she had been in love
with composer Hugo Alfven for
53 years, it eame as no surprise
when he proposed. Alfven, now 87,
met Miss Lund, 70, when she was
17. They will be married June 14.

Hollywood Promoter
Al lacked, Bea len

LOS,-ANGELES (UPT)--A box boxing
ing boxing -p-fornoter who reeently testi testiliednhat
liednhat testiliednhat gabgsters vvere ,trying
-to 'gain control of welterweight
champion Don Jordan was at attacked
tacked attacked from behind and beaten
Wednesday night.
Hollywood Legion promoter
Jackie Leonartl,,-39, suffered a
concussion and cuts and bruises
when he was hit with a blunt in instrument.
strument. instrument. He was hospitalized
Leonard's attackers jumped
him after he had put his car in
his garage. He told officers he
believed there were at least two
assailantv,
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'1,6nar'd' and T)on Nesseth, man manager
ager manager of Jordan, told the Califor California
nia California Athletic Comm lesion two
weeks ago that they were threat threatened
ened threatened by shadowy underworld fig.
ure Frankie Carbo and fight
manager Frank (131inky) Pa Palermo.
lermo. Palermo. "Carbo told me that we'll meet
at the crossroads," Leonard tes testified.
tified. testified. -"You're going to get hurt.
We'll make an example of you."
Nesseth also testified he bad
been threatened following the Jordan-Virgil
Akins rematch in St.
Louis when lie refused to give up
per tent of his' share.
Asked If he had any idea who
attacked Leonard, Nesseth told
United Press International:

"Hell, yes, I have an idea
who's behind it. Everybody
knows. He may not have hired
the men who did the job, but the
whole mess is his fault. Me soon sooner
er sooner we get rid of these kind of
people, the better off all
be.'

ON RAFT CROSSING

BORDEAUX, France (UPI)
Frenchman Rene Lescombe was
reported today to be making
steady progress several hundred
miles out at sea in his bid to
cross the Atlantic alone on a raft.
A British freighter radioed that
It had sighted the lonely navigator
and his raft, the Black Pot, 300
miles off the North African coast
Sunday. Lescombe set out from
Bordeaux last month.

TOP RANk FOR TO MARINE I3oosted to the grade of first ser sergeant
geant sergeant this week, Leatherneck Jacob M. Houck (left) receives con congratulations
gratulations congratulations from his commanding officer, Col. Richard:W. Wallace.
The Canal Zone's top Marine, who will leg 20'years In the 'Corps
in January, iS a the first local Leatherneck to receive the promo promotion
tion promotion to the !ICA' U.S. military pay grade. A battle-tested veteran of
the tat Marine Raider Battalion. he won his Pacific combat ribbon
for the Guadalcanal, Okinawa and Iwo Jima campaigns.

DAM SiTE? Alaskans have
plans for a dam that would
produce more electricity than
any other hydroelectric plant in
the world. The dam would be
built at Rampart, 00 mile s
northwest of Fairbanks and 300
miles north of Anchoraige. The
artificial lake thus formed
(shaded a r e on Newsmap)
'Would be larger than New 'Jer 'Jersey.
sey. 'Jersey. Alaskans think this lake
would be so big it would warm
up mut of their boa state.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Asen Asenate
ate Asenate investigator testified yesterday
that a $12,000-a-year Indiana Coun County
ty County prosecutor whose name was
linked with pinball operators sud suddenly
denly suddenly moved one day from an
$1,000 pre-fab house to an $80,000
lakeside mansion.
Investigator Richard Sinclair of
the Senate Rackets Committee
also said the prosecutor, Metro
,Holovachka, paid down $43,599 in
cash on his new home in 1955,
much of it in $10 and $20 bills.
He said Holovachka refused to
disclose where he got the money.
After hearing Sinclair's testi testimony,
mony, testimony, pinball magnates George
We 'bourn and Steven Sohacki re reincrimination
incrimination reincrimination to say whether they
incrimination to say whether they
paid off Holovachka to help main maintain
tain maintain a gambling monopoly in the
Gary-Hammond area.
Three of their employesWalter
Gogla Jr., Harold Anderson and
Edward S. Ryder, all o Gary
declined on the same Fifth Amend Amendment
ment Amendment grounds to say whether they
turned over some of the money
they collected from pinball Ma Machines
chines Machines to Holovachka.
Holovachka, former public prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor and now chief deput vprose vprosecutor
cutor vprosecutor of Lake County, Ind., and
his chief investigator, Walter Con Conroy,
roy, Conroy, had been scheduled to testifY
Friday.
But the committee postponed the
hearing until Monday because of
the illness of Chairman John L.
McClellan (D-Aric.). McClellan has
been indisposed with a virus in infection
fection infection since Wednesday.
The committee has heard testi testimony
mony testimony that Holovachka drove in independent
dependent independent coin machine operators
out of business and helped Wel Welbourn
bourn Welbourn and Sohacki rake in 12 mil million
lion million dollars from pinball gambling
in five years.
While the pinball operators and
their employes refused to testify,
the committee found one talkative
witness in Michael J. Kampo Jr.,1
a furniture dealer who works as
a $5,000-a-year investigator for the
prosecutors office.
The committee had not intended
to call him as a witness but Kam Kamp
p Kamp insisted on testifying. He said
he had been damaged by bad
publicity and wanted to clear his
name.
The committee then brought out
that a bookie joint had been op

erating for years next door to
Kampo's store and that he had
never arrested any gamblers or
illegal pinball operators during
the six years he worked for Holo Holovachka.
vachka. Holovachka. Committee Counsel Robert F.
Kennedy called it incredible that
Kampo had never reported the
neighboring bookie operation.
Kampo replied that this was the
responsibility of the police depart department
ment department and the sheriff.
Kcnnedy told Kampo that, in
view of the voluntary testimony,
he made a mistake in deciding
not to call Kampo as a witness.
"if we ever wanted proof of what
the situation is in Lake County,
you've given it to us,' he sail.

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NEW YORK (1,TPI)--A work of
Pablo Picasso is art, even when
it's done in colored glass instead
of paint, and even if someone else
glued the glass to Picasso's draw drawing,
ing, drawing, three art experts testified
yesterday.
They appeared b ef or e cus cusItoms
Itoms cusItoms court hearing the appeal of
1Mrs. Margaret Silberman from a
11.11ing which forced her to Pay a
non-artistic 30 per cent duty on
the mosaic pictore when she
brought it home from Paris last
year.
Works of art are admitted duty dutyfree.
free. dutyfree. But despite the signature of
the noted painter on the back of
the mosaic, customs officers ruled
the picture was merely "an ar article
ticle article of glass, colored.' Adding
injury to the insult, they charged
Mrs. Silberman not on the value
of the glass itself but on the price
she had paid, about $2,850.
There was no testimony as t
whether Picasso actually applied
the colored glass which makes up
the harbor scene, but the govern government
ment government attorney, Mrs. Sheila Ziff,
asked each of the experts wheth whether
er whether their opinion the work would
be changed if other hands had
laid the mosaic on the Picasso
drawing under his direction. They
said it wouldn't.

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ittIR. AND MRS. DAVID SAMUDIO OF PANAMA CITY
LSSUE INVITATIONS TO WEDDING OF DAUGHTER

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Miss Finita Samudio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
. Samudio of Panama City, will become the bride of Dr. Jose
Arosemena, son of nr. and Mrs. Jose Arosemena Jr. of Pan Pan.
. Pan. ama City, in a nuptial service tomorrow.
The vows will be exchanged at 5:30 tomorrow afternoon
in Cristo Rey Church in Panama City.

;Rummage Sala June 13
:To stoma 6nooran-s Homo
A ruramage sale, lir tne
-mut' ine Lieu. VIsta Out Out"bren's
"bren's Out"bren's Home, win be held Satur Satur(lay,
(lay, Satur(lay, JUDe oegaitung aL 9 a.m.
iiishop Moms Hall at the Ca Catneurat
tneurat Catneurat st. Lime in Ancor).
A special feature ol the day
will be a "white etepnant" table,
at wmch will be ()tiered a wide
variety ol mteresting articles.
: Mrs. Charles P. Morgan of Co Co.
. Co. rozal is general chairman of the
committee in charge of arrang arrangments.
ments. arrangments. Assisting her are Mts.
Elmer G. Abbott, Miss Clare E.
Ogden, Miss Florence eaterson,
Mrs. Fred Raybourn, Mrs. Wil Wilham
ham Wilham F. Robinson, Mrs. Warner
E. Rodimon, Mrs. James P.
Roberts, Mrs. R. A. Sexton, Mrs.
Ralph Shuey and Mrs. James G.
Townsend.
Persons having articles they
wish to donate to the sale are
asked to get in touch with one of
the committee. members or to'
leave their contributions a t
Bishop Morris Hall any week day
between 9 and 5 p.m. Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements for collection may be
made by telephoning Mrs. Mor Morgan
gan Morgan at Balboa 2390.
It is requested that a minimum
value be placed on items for the
"white elephant" table. If that
price is not obtained, the article
will be returned. The last date
for turning in articles for sale
will be Friday, June 12.
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Wedding Invitations
lissucid In Panama C4y
In yanama City this week, in invitations
vitations invitations were issued for the
forthcGming marriage of Miss
Dolores Lowe to Mr. Kenneth C.
Mem

Bob Irwin Eloctoci
Toon Ago Prosidont
Bob Irwin was elected presi president
dent president of the Atlantic Side Teen Teenage
age Teenage Club during a meeting at Co

"feel clean, fresh ALL DAY"

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co Solo Tuesday. Officers who
will serve with him at.? Jack Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, first vicevresident; Jay
Bialkowski, second vice-president
Sandra Husted, secretaryr Diana
Rae Smith, treasurer; Patsy Lee,
Alex Sterns and Helen Spector,
dirctors.
Plans are being made for a
dam? June 20 to welcome college
students returning to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus for vacation. Joan Page, ac activities
tivities activities chairman, will be in
charge of arrangements,

William Stvans
Rotuma Far Summer
William C. Stevens, son of Mr.
and Mrs. L E. Stevens of Gatun,
has returned to the Isthmus from
Colorado to sepnd the summer
vaoation.
He is a third-year student at
the University of Colorado.

Girl Of Month
Danco At Cristobal
Saturday's Girl of the Month
dance at the Cristoba) YMCA-Uso
will honor the member of the
Girl's Service Organization who
has given the most house of vo

Meeting

Writer's League
The Panama Canal Zone Chap Chapter
ter Chapter of the Armed Forces Writ Writer's
er's Writer's League will meet Thursday
evening at 7:30 in the library of
the USO-JWB.
A new short story contest
sponsored by Washington head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the League will be
discussed, and manuscript re reviews
views reviews and criticism of new poe poetry
try poetry and prose developed by mem members
bers members and visitors will be featur featured.
ed. featured. All members of the armed
forces, active and reserve, and
interested members of the civi civilian
lian civilian urrnmunity ate -invitei to attend.

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Panama

lunteer service during the month
of May.
She will be honored in spit.
cial ceremony at 9:30 p.m. Danc Dancing
ing Dancing will start at 8 and continue
to 11 p.m. to the music of Ivan
Thorpe's combo.

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Girl Scout Troop L.
Holds S(t-rt of Awards
Girl Scout Troop 4 at Ft. Cu Culick
lick Culick held theri Court of Awards
recently in the new Scout coom
in Ft. Gulick.
The evening began with a flag
ceremony and the singing of
America the Beautiful. The eom eommends
mends eommends were given by Charlene
Barsi, and the color bearers were
Sandra Adams ans Sher ly Swa Swaney.
ney. Swaney. The color guards were Re Rebecca
becca Rebecca Fernandez and Patsy Woe Woegens.
gens. Woegens. An invocation followed by
Chaplain Diez of Ft. Gulick.
The history of Girl Scouting
was related by Clara Bray. Then
followed by Pence of the River
sung by the Girl Scouts and the
Brownie Smile Song by the Fly Flyup
up Flyup Brownies.
The Girls Scout awards were
given by Mrs. Audry Barsi, Neigh Neighborhood
borhood Neighborhood Chairman and assis assistant
tant assistant leader. The following awards
were received:
Second Class Badge: Patsy Woe Woegens,
gens, Woegens, Chloe Wilcox.
Swimmer Badge: Diedre Dixon.
Backyard Camper: Clara Bray,
Diedre Dixon, Dathy O'Hagan, Jo Joan
an Joan Rodenhizer, Susan Peters,Char Peters,Charlene
lene Peters,Charlene Barsi.
Leather. Charlene Barse.
Seamstress: Carmen Valencia,
Charlene Barsi.
The Brownies then were pre presented
sented presented their wings by Mrs. Tere Terese
se Terese Trask Brownie leader and pass passed
ed passed through a bougainvilla cover covered
ed covered archway to become invested
into Girl Scouting in a candle
light ceremony conducted by
Mrs. Katherine Killip, Leader of
Troop 4. The new Girl Scouts are;
Christine Ralph, Connie Norris,
Corot Beall, Patsy Orisini, Kay
Bone, Cynthia Killip, Mary Bei Beiye,
ye, Beiye, Laura Carr, Kathy Levine,
Sue Himes and Rosa Garcia.
After being invested as scouts,
the girls and Troop 4 joined in
singing "When E'er You Make A
Promise.
The Court of Awards was eon
eluded with a benediction by
Chaplain Chaphe of Fort Gulick,
after which the Girl Scouts sang
Taps. Refreshments were served
by the troop committee consist consisting
ing consisting of Mrs. Carroll Chaphe, Mrs.'
Raymond Pearson, and Mrs. Bet
ty O'Hagan.
As a finishing touch to this
year's regular meeting, Troop 4
had an overnight in their Scout
room. After a spaghetti supper,
games were played. The girls
then sat in a circle and sang.
While in the circle, gifts were
presented, by Clara Bray, on be behalf
half behalf of the troop, to Mrs. Band
and Mrs. Killip who will be leav leaving
ing leaving the Canal 7.one this summer.
Clara also read the peom, "Ang "Angels
els "Angels in Green." The girls were
chaperoned by Mrs. Barsi, Mrs.
Killip and Mrs. Ruth Woegens.

Jellied Consomme Is Cool
Dish In Avocado Shells

PERFECT oolution to warm weather menu problems are lemon
brushed avocados filled with jellied conaimune and vegetables.

By GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA
Food and Markets Editor

With warm weather, it's time
to thing of lighter, more re refreshing
freshing refreshing things to eat, jellied
consomme is one of them.
To jell a Can of consomme,
place it in refrigarator at least
4 hours. There are many delicious
ways to serve it. For example,
turn into individual dessert bowls.
Top with a taplespoon of red
caviar and cover with a dollop of
commercial sour cream.

Joi Hod Consomme in Avocado
She lis(Makos sorvingl)
Two cans (10 1-2 ounces each
or 2 1-2 cups) Condensed con consomme,
somme, consomme, 1-2 cup shredded cab cabbage,
bage, cabbage, 2 teblespoons sliced rad radishes,
ishes, radishes, 2 tablespoon lemon juice,
2 avocados.
Combine consomme with cab cabbage,
bage, cabbage, radishes and lemon juice;
chill until jelliedabout 4 hours.
Halve and peel avocados; brush
with lemon juice; fill with con consomme
somme consomme mixture. Serve with fin finger
ger finger sandwiches, then ripe straw strawberries
berries strawberries dipped in confectianer's
sugar.

COnSOMMO in Bitt'rs
(Mikes 2 to 3 servings)
One can (10 1-2-ounces) con condensed
densed condensed consomme, dash bitters,

JFI3 Baby Con lest
Set For Sunday

All arrangements !lave been
completed for a baby popularity
contest sponsored by the Junta
Femenina de Beneficencia, to be
held on Sunday afternoon at 4
p.m. in the Jamaican Society
Eleven children, five boys arid
six girls, all equally popular, will
compete for the title of the "Most
Popular Baby." The contest nnts
are: Ernesto Franklin, Jr., Emi Emilio
lio Emilio Hayott, Daniel Antonio Con Constable,
stable, Constable, Ricardo Miguel Sterling,
Mario Cunningham, Ana Luigi
Williams. Griselds Collins. Rubina
Jarvis, Eneida English, Xenia
Ceville, Ana Cecilia Hamilton.
An interesting program has been
nrepared and an orchestra will
be on hand to enliven the func function,
tion, function, during which refreshments
will be served.
Admission will be bv tickets
and may be obtained from any
member at the door.

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Tasty bites of plump, sweet chicken
...tender, nourishing egg
noodles cooked with
Campbell care in
golden chicken broth!

chopped dill or scallions.
Combine consomme and bitters;
chill until jelliedabout 4 hours.
Serve in chilled bowls. Sprinkle
with chopped dill or scallions.
Consomme with Ripe Oives
(Makes 2 to 3 servings)

One can 00 1-2-ounces) con consomme,
somme, consomme, 2 tablespoons coarsely
chopped ripe olives.
Chill consomme in refrigerator
until jelliedabout 4 hours. Add
olives, whipping them in with a
fork. Serve in chilled bowls.

leug Wei Sayi...

If she needs to get her mind off
her troublos a woman can usual
ly do a pretty good job of it by
Rearranging the living rorm
furniture or mentally redecorat redecorating
ing redecorating a's though she could afford, to
toss everything out and start over
Going shopping, whether she
can buy anything or not. For this
purpose window shopping is al almost
most almost as good as spending money.
Inviting a few friends in, so that
she has to get busy slicking up
the house and preparing refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. The stories she hears will
also give her something else to
think about besides her own problems.

Doing something helpful for
someone who is much worse off
than she is. This gives her a nice
glow from-being useful and makes
her ashamed of stewing about her
own minor problems.
Making up her mind to do some something
thing something about her looks, whether it
is to go on a diet immediately,
get a new harido, or fix up her
clothes. A woman on a sell-improvement
binge quickly gegins to
feel better equipped to meet her
problems.
Working in the garden. There's
nothing to take one's mind off a
nagging problem quite so comple completely
tely completely as discovering that the roses
need to be sprayed, the ground is
just right for planting annuals,
or the gardenia bushes are load loaded
ed loaded with buds. There's always
something to be done or to be ad admired
mired admired when a woman goes out to
work in her flowers.
Buying a can of paint and a paint
brush and going to work to make
a blue room pink or a pink room
green. A woman dipping into a
can of wall paint is just as absorb absorbed
ed absorbed as an artist at his easel.

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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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How would yod bid the tNorth
and South hands? You would
certainly start with North's dia diamond
mond diamond opening and South's one
spade response.
Maybe you would only bid two
hearts as North'm second bid.
Maybe you would quit all Our
or five spades with the South
hand.
If vou stopped short of a slam
you would wind up with game
and rubber but you would be
underbidding. The North-South
hands definitely warrant a slam
contract and it is just several
bad breaks that beat the slam.
West opened the queen of
clubs. If South had chosen to win
in his own hand and lead the
three of diamonds he would
probably have made the hand. I
am sure that West would have
gone right up with the diamond
ace.
However. South made what he
considered a better play. He
ruffed in dummy and cashed the
king and jack of trumps. He had
planned to overtake but wben
East showed out he had to aban abandon
don abandon this plat,. Instead he led a
low diamond to his jack. West
took his ace and returned the
suit. South SIVIIP back in dummy
with no wav to get to his own
hand to draw the rest of the
trumps.
North suggested that South
should haw. gone to six diamonds
but East can beat that contract
by orterung his singleton spade.
Some days are just bad for slam
bidders.

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North East South West
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What do you do?
ABid three diamonds. You
intend to get to a slam but the
way to find the best contract is
to move slowly.
TODAY'S QUES'rION
Your partner continues with a
bid of ilve,diamonds. What do
you do tow?
Answer tomorrow

Woman Fined $51
For 'Persecuting'
Doctor With Love

MILAN, Italy (UPI)---A magis magistrate's
trate's magistrate's court here has fined 45-
year-old Rosa Mancini $51 for
singing serenades outside a young
doctor's bedroo m window
otherwise "persecuting" him with
declarations of love.
The reluctant doctor, who asked
t.bat his name be withheld, for
profesaional reasons, told h e
court Wednesda7 that slim, blonde
Miss Mancini. had bees ooing
him vigorously for months.
He showed the court a thick
folder of love letters and poetry
dedicated to him from Miss Man Mandrill
drill Mandrill The dt,ctor said he had met
Mriss Mancini casually while he
was visiting a patient and said
her ardent wooing was embarras embarrassing
sing embarrassing because he was engaged to
be married.
The magistrate found Miss Man Mancini
cini Mancini guilty of "persecution."

No Conclusions

WASHINGTON (UPI) A
forthcoming Public Health Ser Service
vice Service progress report on the pos possible
sible possible link between cigarette smilk smilking
ing smilking and lung cancer will draw
"no conclusions." Deputy Surge Surgeon
on Surgeon General Jt!lin D. Porterfield
said today.
Dr. Porterfield said the report.
which is in the "draft stage,"
"will be an attempt to collect in
one piace-ia tkreful analysis of
all studies on ,this question."
,"It will be a progress report
of all knowledge to date on ,this
subject," he said. Then he added
that it "draws no conclusions."
The Public Health Service pre previously
viously previously had repfled evidence of
a statistical relationship between
smoking and lung cancer.
Porterfield made the statement
at a news'. conference called by
Arthur S. Flemming, secretary of
health, education and welfare.
Flemming told reporters that if
a "definite conclusion" is reached
in: the future'ywe will do every everything
thing everything to bring this information to
tbe people."

SP ECULATOR
LONDON (UPI) Mrs. Lilian
Burbidge, who was mailed a one oneoound
oound oneoound note 42.80) by her vicar
Ind a Iced to turn the pound into
more money to help pay for re remare
mare remare on the church rof. invest
ed it in a football pool. She lost

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Broadway Grapevine
Fred Astaire is planning to va vacation
cation vacation in Europe with his daught daughter
er daughter this Summer, and close friends
are candid in expressing their
hopes that his absence from Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood for a couple of months
will put an end to all the gossip
linking him in a serious romance
with Barrie Chase, the beautiful
dancer who was his partner in the
Emmy-winning spectacular that
made TV history E. Haring
thandor, the New York socialite
who skipped to Brazil with one of
his children after he and his wife
parted, is asking what amounts to
a settlement of a million dollars
to return the boy. His father-inlaw
is wealthy enough to mate
the amount seem plausible, if not
probable...Skinny D'Amato the At-.
'antic City nitery owner and' close
chum of Joe DiMaggio, has been
in Gotham quietly dickering to
buy one of the town's most fam
wit cafes The Yankees losint:
streak has given night club co comedians
medians comedians a sure-fire new topic
gags about the New York team
are getting more laughs than Liz
Taylor Jokes, which svere t h e
bwock-busters of a fortnight ago.
The sudden 'closing of the off offBroadway
Broadway offBroadway musical revue, "Chic.'
nalted a lawsuit over the use of
urecredited material, which sur
prised first nighters Bob Ben
ton's and Harvey Schmid's won
derfully funny "in And Out" list,
first introduced in Esquire maga
zinc

Ginger Rogers' newest romantic
interest is Stuart Daniels, a Con Connectictit
nectictit Connectictit chan...There's trouble 3V 3Ver
er 3Ver at the Lstin Quarter. Star Bud Buddv
dv Buddv nackett is burned at the chorus
girls because of a backstage tell tellnhone
nhone tellnhone thst's been ringing and dis disturbing
turbing disturbing him during his act. Alfred
Hitchcock is dickering for flip film
rirdits of a still unpliblished book;
if he yets,them. alid,floPg OP'
guRneet that Noting cinema actor
iltik.n141Cvitride3r1r1;'
hiR bee. girl. ex-wsitress yield
Ssxon is secreijv marrido to
.tTsuenrbeerm,
Thal...chilesn singer Posit grra grrano
no grrano and her husband, Jean Aghion,
have called it milts Hedy Lam Lammarr
marr Lammarr would like to forget her
marital problems with a nice jui juicy
cy juicy role in a Hollywood movie.
Rumors have it that Chita Ri Rivera,
vera, Rivera, who had to leave her impor important
tant important role in the original cast of
"West Side Story' because she
was expecting a baby, will have
Ito exit trom the London version of
Ithe same show for the sanie rea reason
son reason Linda Cristal end Robert
Champion have signed the proper property
ty property settlement and she will insti institute
tute institute divorce proceedings in Sep September
tember September when he qualifies,- as a
resident of California... Movieland
insiders believe they knowabbut
a real-life situation that parallels
the plot of "The Remarkable Mr.
Pennypackex," in which the pro protagonist
tagonist protagonist juggled two families. In
this case, ,one4.01 the wives la a
famous young 4setresS,ntirried to
a non-pro who seems to ave an another
other another Little' Woman litesheti miles
awayThose who've, seen ex-King
Leopold'e documentarr ilin3 on A Africa,
frica, Africa, "Lords ot the Jungle,' are
raving about jt.They say the
former ruler of the Belgians has
outdone even Disney in this par particular
ticular particular field. The picture will be
releasesl by 20th Century-Fox.
Wommonm
Huntington Hartford and his ac actress
tress actress wife, Marjorie Steele, plan a
public appearance together within
the next few days at the Pointe
House in Westchester. They hope
it will convince their set that the
riff rumors sten't true.. The club
called "El Toro1with a Latin at atmosphere,
mosphere, atmosphere, naturally has been
scheduled to premiere on Broad Broadway
way Broadway for weeks and weeks, but is
having trouble gettioc the all-lmnortant
liquor'licerise.-rho show

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by D?"pi!ly

,
is all set, bui there's no point in
opening the doors unless the cust customers
omers customers can get those highballs
Mamie Van Doren and Vic Da Damone
mone Damone claim the scorecards are in inclined
clined inclined to, believe them., Brigitte
Bardot's intimates yoW the's car carrying
rying carrying a torch for her ex-husband,
Roger Vadim. She gracefully a agreed
greed agreed to divorce him so he could
marry her rival, who was expect expecting
ing expecting his baby, but her friends don't
believe she's ever recovered from
the parting,
4
There's not : much doubt that
Debbie Reynolds could become the
wife of .a handaome and rich
young manBob Neal if she'd
say yes, but those ,who know her
best feel she considers herself
"honor bound" to wait out ths year
required for her-California divorce
from Eddie Fisher before she ell ellen
en ellen considers marrying Bobo
Rockefeller has become so expert
at her new hobbyshooting she
can now do a creditable imitation
of some of Annie Oakley's best
feats, like shooting. a match out
of the -hand of a ''person standing
20 -feeet -away Herold Staasen
is in the Juarket for a' New York
publicity man to beat the drums
for him in his campaign to be become
come become Mayor of PhiladelphiaErin
O'Brien's dinner date at the Spind Spindletop
letop Spindletop was TV scripter Jay Burton.

Minister Adds
Becoming Involved
With Woman

SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (I.TPI).--A
handsome Baptist minister left it
up to his congregation yesterday
to decide what action to take
over his disclosure front the pul pulpit
pit pulpit hat he had been' involved
"improperly" with a married
woman.
,
The public confession of sin
Wednesday night by the Rev. W. B.
Mairnie, 39, stunned members of
the Trinity Baptist Chureit. TheY
took no immediate action.
The pastor, married and father
of a star high school football
player, WAS named one of five
outstanding Texans in 1955 by the
Texas Junior Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. He holds five degrees, in including
cluding including two dottorates,, and has
written four books.
The minister told special
meeting of the congregation,
which he called to "bare mY
soul," that he had no intention of
resigning.
"I'm asking you to zepleee
me," he said.
The clergyman did not identr
the woman. He said she and her
husband 110e been having marital
difficulties, and he interceded.
"The last time they had difficul difficulties
ties difficulties I unwisely became partisan
in defense of the wife," he said.
"This led to an involvement be
tween us of the kind that I now
recognize to have been'improper."
Re said he would Vrather,.dhr
thaw to shave had it ba,ppen. Ire
blained overwork for becoming
"easy prey" to temptation.
"But -in all honesty, I must
state the',blame of this involve involvement
ment involvement isritine arid -mine aloe.," he
said.

Sunday Cafi-ee
As thal AtiWB
The usual Sunday morning
"Get Together" for Iservicemen
and their families will convene
for. coffee' on Sunday, Jime 7 at
USO JWB Armed. Forces Barr BarrTaere
Taere BarrTaere will be three interesting
films on the agenda for Mondo,
evening. June 8 to which service servicemen
men servicemen and the general public are
invited.

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1715 votes;
votes; Sylvi.
votes; Ruth
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Annual Marine Bureau
Got-Togothor Tomorrow
The Broakers Club at Coco
Solo will be the scene of the Ma Marine
rine Marine Bureau employes annual get gettogether
together gettogether tomorrow evening. A
special train will leave from Bal-'
boa Heights at 5:30 and will stop
at Pedro Miguel and Gamboa.
After-dinner music for dancing
will be provided by waiter
Wood's orchestra, and two door
Bethel' Mission's
Queen Contest
To End June 12
The Bethel Mission Church Sun:
day School's queen contest will
come to its climax on June 12
when the seven contestants will
vie for the honor of being named
queen of the Bethel Mission Church
Sunday School.
At present Miriam Watson, who
took first place in the first count
Itelfilattli to lead her competitors.
However. Yolanda. Ogatro is close
behind.
The following is, the standing of
the contestants: Miriam Watson,
1715 votes; Yolanda Cgarro, 1365
votes; Sylvia Cumberbatch, 1240
votes; Ruth Roberts, 1112 votes;
Malin& Fisher, 955 votes; Catalina'
Husband, 620 votes; Celia Smith,
770 votes.
Other' activities announced for
the week are: Sunday School at
9:45. Worship. and the Lord's Sup Supper
per Supper at 11 cm; Gospel service at
7:15 On.; Young People's meeting
on Monday at 7:30, a bake and food
sale on Thursday at 5 p.m. in con.1
nection with the queen contest.
Sunday, June 14, a Children's
Day program will ,,be held at 3
p.m.
- PENTECOSTAL FAITH
THE PENTECOSTAL FAITH
CHURCH OF GOD, INC., TO
HOLD SEND-OFF sEtonts FOR
PASTOR
M. LOUISE CATHERWOOD
A send-off service in honor of
Rev. Mrs. M. Louise Catherwood,
4verseer of the Pentecostal Faith
Church of God, 16th St. Chorrillo
is the special feature' hi 'connec 'connection
tion 'connection with ,the worship service at
,the Church Sunday.
, The Rev: Catherwood will at attend
tend attend the United Pentecostal-Council
of the Assemblies of God,.Inc.,
annual cotvocation at Cambridge,
Mass. Sister Catherwood expects
4to depart' Tocumen Airport Tueii Tueiiat
at Tueiiat 5:15 p.m. First stop Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, Fla., next Brooklyn, N.Y., fi final
nal final destination Cambridge, Mass.,
The following is the schedule
of the day's activities: 11 cm.
Divine Worship. 3 p.m. Sunday
-:school uncle the direction bf Ce CeCil
Cil CeCil N. Roth. 5 "p.m. Observ Observance
ance Observance of the Lord's 'Supper. 7:15
p.m. Pastor catherwood will
'preach her send-off message. In
the absence of the pastor, associate-pastor,
Evangelist E. Osavio
will asiume the pastroal duties
at Chorrillo, and the council will
assume the, responsibility' of tbe
entire Work.
UNION CHURCH
Gamboa
The Rev. t; tialtemann
has been announced as the preach preach.er
.er preach.er for Gamboa Union Church
Sunday. He will conduct Morning
.Worship and give tha message In
the absence of the pastor, the
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, who
with Mrs. Alderton is on vacation
in the States.
The Rev. Limkemann would al also
so also have charge of the services on
the Sunday mornings of June 14
and 2S, and on July 5. On June
21 tbe Rev. Reginald Wheatley of
the Sea Wall Church in Panama
will be in charge of the service.
The Rev. WhOatley has succeed succeeded
ed succeeded the Rev. John S. Herrick as
minister of Sea Wall Misgion
Church. He also carries the su supervisory
pervisory supervisory responsibility in the pri primary
mary primary school formerly cared for
by Mrs. Louis M. 'Fiske.
Morning Worship will continue
throughout the summer months,
beginning at 10:40. Sunday School
In charge of Mrs. P. M. Bell will
meet regularly at 9:30. Upper
'grades will convene as a united
class after tbe opening assembly.
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festivities.
Mr. and MA. Udell
Entertain Tonight
A social event of this evening
will be a cocktail party and buff buffet
et buffet given by Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Udell at their residence in Golf
Heights.
'Royal Orbit' Owner
'firs. Braunstein
Accosted in Taxi
NEW YORK (UPI)Police in in'vestigated
'vestigated in'vestigated today a report hat
racehorse owner Mrs. Ha lina
Gregory Braunstein was accosted
by an amorous taxi driver who
kept'her a captive in his cab on
a wild ride from Idlewild Airport.
Mrs. Braunstein, owner of
Preakness winning Royal Orbit,
arrived last night from Los An Angeles
geles Angeles to attend tomorrow's run running
ning running of the Peter Pan Handicap
at Behtiont.
She sale the taxi driver zoomed
ahead of other cabs at the air airport
port airport taxi gate to pick her up.
She said he "wanted to show me
the town" and made amorous
proposals during the trip,
When he turned into a darkened
street, Mrs. Braunstein said, she
jumped out and sought help at a
nearby tavern. The driver fol followed
lowed followed her to the tavern and de demanded
manded demanded $12- fare. He,grabbed $15
she handed him and left without
giving heri'attr change; she said.
Mrs. Blinn Stein told her story
after arriving at the hotel where
she had reservations, but said
she was too upset to report the
incident to police.
Inspector' Edward' F. Stanley,
chief of Queens detectives, said
he was inVestitating the reports,
but had not been able to find
Mrs. Braunstein this morning.
She had checked out of that ho hotel,
tel, hotel, he said.
The petite Mrs. Braunstein,
wkiow of Jacques Braunstein,
Los Angeles attorney, is in at attractive
tractive attractive former singer, who
appeared professionally as Helen
Gregory.
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WASHINGTON President Ei Ei.senhower,
.senhower, Ei.senhower, on the possibilit3- of
anti-semitism being injected into
the Senate fight over the nomina nomination
tion nomination of Lewis L. Strauss as secre secretary
tary secretary of commerce:
"We haqfe' here it'Inan of the
highest' &Per of character, ability
(who) devoted many years of his
life to public service, and to see
such a false charge thrown at him
in order to belittle him or hurt
him wOuld be very, very sad, I
think."
MILWAUKEE, Wis. --Gilbert A.
Knuippel, administrator of the es esJate
Jate esJate of Albert Friedrich, 86-yearold
recluse who amassed mor e
than half a million dollars by
playing the stock market:
"No one had any. idea what a
financial genius Friedrich really
had been until we found a fortune
in securities in the garbage pail."
WASHINGTON Sen. John F.
Kennedy (D-Mass.), urging enact enactment
ment enactment of a six-point program to
use surplus crops to heln needy
and under-nourished families:
",'Ileoeatedly the Department of
Agriculture has assertecr a reluct reluctance
ance reluctance to use surolus food stocks to
feed the hungry. 'rhe department
perhaps justifiably takes the
position that it is not in the 'wel 'welfare'
fare' 'welfare' business."

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By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
I've been talidng about fairy
tales this week. It seems an ap appropriate
propriate appropriate time to publicly answer
a reader who once wrote, "You
seem to approve of fairy tales for
children. May not such stories as
Grimms' fairy tales scare young youngsters?
sters? youngsters? My little nephew had night
NEW SUPER CHIEF Advanc Advanced
ed Advanced to the Navy's new super grade
of senior chief petty officer was
Chief Radioman Edward S. Gra Grabowski,
bowski, Grabowski, a veteran of ;..I9 year's
naval service. The '37-year-old
native of Yonkers, N. Y., is chiefin-charge
of operations at the
Naval Radio Station at Summit.
The boost may revise the chief's
plans for retirement, he says.
Planing to retire next Februiry
with 20 Year's service. Grabows Grabowski
ki Grabowski says he may now just stay in.
Church Of Christ
Holds Annual
Meeting OP; Monday
The imperative need for trust
in spiritual power will be empha emphasized
sized emphasized at the annual meeting of the
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
in Boston Mass. on Monday.
An estimated' 7,500 Christian
Scientists from many parts of the
worldAfrica, Asia, Australia, and
other distant points as well as the
United States and Canada are
en route to the meeting which
conveses annually in Boston.
A -new president and two new
readers of hte Mother Church
will be announced at the Monday
meeting. Members will hear spe special
cial special rvorts on the growth and
progress of Christian ,Science cha charitable,
ritable, charitable, lecture, publishing, .heal .healing,
ing, .healing, and other activities.
The healing of physical disease
as well as sin through wholly
spiritual means is a distinctive
part of Christian Science. A reli religion
gion religion based on the words and
works of Christ, Jesus, Christian
Science takes its authority., from
the Bible. Its teachings are set
forth in "Science and Health with
Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Baker Eddy, the discoverer and
founder of Christian Science.
Those attending the meeting
will be laymen. The Christian
Science Church has no clergy.
Following the main session on
Monday, a series of 'smaller meet meetings
ings meetings will be held on specialized to topies
pies topies on Tuesday and Wednesday.
FIRE KILLS TWO
HONG KONG (UPI) A four fourhour
hour fourhour fire, that swept through a
Hong Kong industrial district
yesterday killed two persons, in injured
jured injured 'seven others and left 500
homeless. The flames destroyed
40 dwellings in the township of
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mares after 'Hansel and Greter
was read to him. .11
Because Grimms' tales are folk
stories rather than hiry tales,
some of them are more savage
than the kind I've been writing a about
bout about this week. There seems to be
a wish to horrify behind the atcry
of "Hansel and Gretel," for in instance,
stance, instance, that is quite different
from the gentle spirit behind the
Andersen tales or the robust, matter-of-fact
one behind the Arabian
Nights.
So we have to be selective a about
bout about the kinds of stories we read
to little boys and girls just as we
have to about the food we feid
them.
Actually, what we're discussmg
is the comics controversy: Are
stories of violence and horror up upsetting
setting upsetting to children?
Psychiatrists' opinions differ.
So I have to put the question to
a psychoanalyst whose unprejud unprejudiced
iced unprejudiced judgment I trust. He said:
"It seems mistaken to me to sub subject
ject subject any child to any sudden big
dose of the startling. We can ask
too much of a baby's stomach by
feeding him lobster and we can
ask too much of his brother's emo emotional
tional emotional digestion by overloading it
with shock and amazement.
"Wonder is fine for children he hecause
cause hecause it is a flowing it is a flow flowing
ing flowing of new appreciation but
shocked amazement comes as a
blow. Wonder is a gradual ex experience.
perience. experience. Shock is not."
If we think about this answer,
we will not have to depend on 'ex 'experts"
perts" 'experts" to tell us what fairy tales
to read to little boys and girls or
what comics are appropriate.
There's also the matter of sus suspense
pense suspense in fairy tales. The kind that
has been put into Hansel and
Gretel requires young listeners to
wait too long for the witch's come comeuppance.
uppance. comeuppance. We have learned that it
is mistaken to keep Johnny wait waiting
ing waiting in terror of some threatened
punishment.
It should not be hard to see that
it's equally mistaken to read him
stones about other children who
have to wait and wait to learn
whether the witch is going to eat
them or not.
Curundu Protestant
Bible School Parade
Tomorrow Al 9 a.m.
The Ourundu Protestant Vaca Vacation
tion Vacation Bible School will sponsor
their annual Bible School Parade.
The parade will begin in front
fo the chuz(ch at 9 a.m. tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Every boy and girl who has
a bicycle should come with it
decorated for the parade. All
bicycles that are in the parade
and decorated will be Judged and
the best bicycle will be given a
prize. Parents have been asked
to bring their cars for the trans transportation
portation transportation of the smaller children.
The parade will be led by ..he
people from the military post of
Fort Clayton. Both Curundu and
Curundu Heights will be in the
route for the Vacation Bible
School Parade.
Monday morning at a.tn. the
opening session of the Bible
School will begin. Registration is
25 cents per person. The ages of
the Bible School this year aTe
four through 18 years.
The school is open to children
of all religrions and races. They
will find a happy time of Bible
study, games, handcraft, flan flanneigraphs,
neigraphs, flanneigraphs, songs, refreshements
all include in the daily schedule
of Bible School. The Bible School
will close on June 19 with the
closing program.
The offerings brought each
day by the pupils will go for the
work of medical missions in the
Republic of Panama.
Bus, transportation will
furnishihed for curundu and Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Heights.
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CHARLES HENRY, meat cutter of the Amy Sales Store, Coro Corozal,
zal, Corozal, receives 0. federal service pin and congratulations from Col.
Job le J. Dixon upon attaining 38 years of Federal sedvice. He
first worked for the sales store in 1949. Prior to that time Henry
worked with the Panama Canal Company as a luggerman at
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a Jamaican tyy birth, is married and has one child. He lives at
Parque Lelevre, Panama. (U.S. Army Photo)

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Headquarters Company, ist Battle Group. 20th Infantry, presents cretificates Of coMpletion to
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couitses at the Fort Kobbe Education Cen,r. Le 4tao 44 are MSgt, Fu Mtn Sfc.:
Janis Alger, Sgt. Ray K. Schilling (behind Olivet), and Sgt. John B. Bullock (US Army Photo)

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to think when she leaves home for work, she saw something painted
work and finds personal messages On the path outside her home. It
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in surin nine-inch high letters all along prise down at the station.'
to the railway station.
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was in trouble with the law "Am sorry but you made me
yesterday because the girl who do it."
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anything of his work as a painter. On a nearby bus shelter was a
TO unidentified girl's story was message alleging the girl was
told. today at a Hertford court immoral. On a wall near the sta stawhere
where stawhere Norwood was on trial on tion and on the side of the station
charges of publishing obscene itself were similar messages.
writings. The promised "surprise' was
She had gone out with Nerwood painted right near the station
for a couple of weeks but could- platform for all to see: "Now let
n't return his affection, so she us see vou hold your head up.
end', him once she had been out This will teach you not to tread
with an Indian. or, people, darling."

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Carter, Gladys Miller. Cynthia Orr, Jo Ann Harte, Mildred Gibbs, Jeannette Orr, June Barlow,
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The Clith Health Bureau's anni anniversary
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Will be observed with a semi-formal
dance to be held on Saturday,
July 11, at the Casino Viiia del Mar
in San Francisco.
invitations for the Atlantic side
will be issued through the Atlantic
itpalth Buren Social Club.
Music for the occasion will be
rendered by the orchestra of "Wil "Willie
lie "Willie Moro." rhe club has planned
several attractions for the evening.
among them is the Presentation of
guest artists and prizes.
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Units of U.S.. Army Caribbean
are to engage in parctice firing
during the week ot June 8-13 on
the following schedule:
All next week in the Rio Hato
training area, firing will be con conducted
ducted conducted on a 24-flour-a-day bats
as elements of the ist Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, Undergo
Army Training Tests. Activity is
to include firing of mortars, pis pistols,
tols, pistols, rifles, grenades, and a simu simulated
lated simulated "atomic blast." Maxim
altitude will be 5718 feet and
the maximum horizontal range
will be 7400 yards.
On the Pacific side there will
also be weapons activity all this
week at the Empire Range, where
training will be in progress 24
hours a day. Mortar Battery of
the battle group is to conduct
live firing of 4.2 and 6hinm
mortars, with the maximum al altitude
titude altitude 6500 feet and the maximun
horizontal range 600 yards.
Another firing session is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for the Pacific side on
Tuesday. At the Venado Field
Firing Range, Mortar Battery
will hold inert projectile puac puactice
tice puactice between the hours of 7:30
aan,,and .,4:304, pm. MAximun al alatilt
atilt alatilt is 148-4eet ifid horizoLtal
range is 235 yard.
At the Venado Beach Firing
Range on Wednesday, elements of
the lst Battle Group, 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry are to fire for record, us usins
ins usins 3.5 rocket launchers. The area
will be in use from 7 am to
4:,30 pm, with the maximum al altittide
tittide altittide 1600 feet and the hori horizontal
zontal horizontal range 900 yards.
Throughout the week Phifer
Range will be the scene of ins,
tructional firing of the 106mm
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land Island in the Oeresund Straits
between Denmark and Sweden
(see Newsmapl. The high level
of radioactivity has apparently
resulted from Soviet nuclear
test blasts. Saltholm residents
will now import drinking water.
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and qualification courses with the
Mt kifle and carbine at Ern.
pire Known Distance Range and
Empire Bivouac Area all week
between 7 am and 5 pm. Maxim.
um altitude is 12,500 feet and
range is 3500 yards.
Firing on the Atlantic aide has
been scheduled for Monday, from
6:30 am to 4:30 pm. Troops Irom
the Jungle Warfafe Training Cen Center
ter Center will conduct a reconnala reconnalasance
sance reconnalasance patrolling exercise using
the .30 caliber rifle. Maximum
altitude is 200 feet and the hori horizontal
zontal horizontal range is 300 yards.
Fort Sherman's known distance
range will be utilized by the
JWTC on Tuesday, from 7 am. to
5 pm., for a combat patrolling ex.
ercise involVing the .30 caliber
rifle. Maximum altitude is 200
feet and the horizontal range is
300 yards.
Record firing with the 45 calib caliber
er caliber pistoal will be carried on at
the Fort Davis Small Arms Range
from 1 tO 3 pm on Wednesday
Maximum altitude will be 200
feet and the horizontal range
will be 1700 yards.
The final event arrangtd for
the Atlantic area will take place
on Thursday, at the Pine Field
Firing and Light Artillery Range,
between 6 am and 4:30 pm. Ac Activity
tivity Activity is to include firing of 4.2
and 81mm mortars and squad
'firing with the .30 caliber rivit.
Maximum altitude is 12,500 feet
and the horizontal range is 4600
yards.
Hollywood Director
Charles Vidor Dies
Of Head Attack
VIENNA, June 5 (UPI) Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood director Charles Vidor
died last night In his hotel suite
of a heart attack which came
without warning. He WAR 59.
The Hungarian-born motion pic picture
ture picture veteran was in Vienna film filming
ing filming a new picture on location for
Columbia studios, He complained
of chest and arm palms shortly
after midnight and died before a
physician could reach him.
Vidow's wife, Mrs. Doris Wer Werner
ner Werner Vidor. had left him only a
few hours before he was stricken
to rcturn to the United States.
She had been visiting here sev several
eral several weeks.
Vidor had been filming "The
Magic Flame," P story based On
the life of composer Franz Liszt
and starring British actor Dick
Bogarde and French actress Ca Capucine.
pucine. Capucine. A Columbia spokesman
here said word was being await awaited
ed awaited from 11011Nwood on wwhether
filming would continue.
Many top stars owe their suc success
cess success to Vidor, among them Rita RitaHayworth
Hayworth RitaHayworth and Glenn Ford, A Among
mong Among his picture credits were
"The Joke -is Wild," "The
Swan," "Hans Christian Ander Andersen,"
sen," Andersen," "Gilda "Rhapsody," "La "Ladies
dies "Ladies in Retirement," "Thunder in
the East," and "Loves of Car--
men."
Born is Budapest, Vidor work worked
ed worked in the German film industry
several years. rid vuott4 to the U United
nited United States in the 1920's.
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On CHITI Schedule
Several new shows will be added
to the Caribbein Forces Network
television schedule beginning next
week.
For the small fry, awry has
programmed "Captain Kangaroo,"
cartoons and songs to be presented
from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. each
Wednesday. "Kid's Club," normal normally
ly normally seen at that time. will be moved
to Fridays at 4:30 p.m.
Two programa of interest to
teenagers also will be screened.
Beginning Tuesday, the "Jimmy
Rogers Show" is to be included on
the scheduled each Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. Guests on the first show
are Connie Francis, the Kirby
Stone Four, and Buddy Morrow
and his orchestra.
A series of "Pat Boone Pro Programs"
grams" Programs" is to be introduced at I
p.m. next Friday. Pat's first guests
are Teresa Brewer and the Dukes
of Dixieland.
CM'. Sunday evening schedule
will feature "Omnibus" and "Kai.
eidescope" at 0:30 p.m. on alter alternating
nating alternating Sundays. Both are one-hour
presentations.
First of the "Omnibus" shows
will feature Dr. Ralph Bunch in introducing
troducing introducing a IlleW film, produced by
the United Nations and entitled
"Power Among Men." The initial
"Kaleidescope" program on June
14 is devoted to the Broadway pro production
duction production of "Sunrise at Campobe Campobello,
llo, Campobello, a study of Franklin D. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt at the beginning of his politi political
cal political career.
Obseoules Held
For Chas. Lazarus
AI Hope
The remains of Charles Alexan Alexander
der Alexander Lazarue were laid to rest Fri Friday
day Friday at Mt. Hope Cemetery follow following
ing following funeral services at the Trinity
Methodist Church.
Mr. Lazarus died at the Amador
Guerrero Hospital last Wednesday
following a brief illness.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica 81
years ago the son of Charles Phil Phillip
lip Phillip Lazarus founder of the C. l';
Lazarus Engineering and Industrial
Works, he first travelled to the
Isthmus in the year 1895, from
then to1912.
He ergarded in foundry circles as
an accomplished moulder and iron
Worker, returned to his homeland
once to serve his father's foundry
and once the government railway.
he also travelled to Costa Rica and
Colombia returning to Colon at the
end of each trip until 1912 when he
finally settled down in the city of
Colon.
During his years on the Isthmus,
he has worked for several depart departments
ments departments of the United States govern government
ment government last of which was the Marine
Division where be worked until his
retirement about 15 years ago. He
also worked for the Atlas brewery
in Colon.
He is ourvived by four sons,
Mike Dodge!. Kenneth, a resident
of Bocas del Toro and Arthur, in
addition to a daughter, Mrs. Dorris
Da Costa of Rainbow City and sev sevearl
earl sevearl grandchildren, great grand grandchildren,
children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews here
and abroad.
Guatemalan Officer
To Leave Isthmus
After 4-Day Visit
Col. Agustin Donis Kettle r,
chief of staff of the Guatemala
Army, is scheduled to leave Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Force Base tomorrow
morning after a four-day visit to
the Caribbean Comniand.
With members of his party, Do Donis
nis Donis arrived Tuesday afternoon at
Fort Amador, where a, guard of
honor ceremony was held in his
honor. Donis reviewed troops
from-the 4th Gun Battalion511th
Artillery and the 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, which made
up the honor guard. A 17-gun sa salute
lute salute was fired by the gun batta battalion's
lion's battalion's D Battery.
The visitor then attended a
luncheon at the Tivoli Guest
House and vent to Quatry
Heights for a conference with Lt.
Gen. Ridgely Gaither, commander
in chief, Caribbean Cofmand.
A highlight of his tay was a vis
it on Wednesda to the Jungle
Warfare Training Center, Fort
Sherman, followed by a tour ol
U.S. Army Caribbean School,
Fort Gulick.
Donis also toured technical
services of U.S. Army CaribbNin
on the Pacific side and visited
the ist Battle Group, 20th intan intantry,
try, intantry, Fort Kobbe. This aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon he returned to Fort Gulick
to witnesit graduation exercises at
the USARCARIB School.
Members of his entourage are:
Col. Ernique Ortega R., G-4 Col.
Felipe Ponce R., G-3 and Lt. Ju JuIto
Ito JuIto Marroquin P., aide. Lt. Col.
James H. Thompson, thief of the
U.S. Army Mission to Guatemata,
also accompanied the-party.
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GALVESTON, Tex. (UPI)---Dr.
Thus Harris said yesterday
night Gov. Earl Long of Louisiana
will recover from his mental ill illness
ness illness in time, but randed as
"absurd" reports he could re recover
cover recover in three months,
Dr. Harris, a promment psy psychiatrist,
chiatrist, psychiatrist, has charge of Lang'.
case at John Sealy Hospital. He
said the governor has started
"cooperating reluctantly" with ef efforts
forts efforts to treat his mental condi condition,
tion, condition, but Long "still doesn't think
he is sick."
Probate Judge Hugh- Gibson
was expected to set a date today
for a bearing on whether the
Louisiana chief executive should
be ordered by Texas courts to
undergo 90 days of mental treat treatment.
ment. treatment. He said the hearing would
probably be set for June 15 or
15.
Gibson signed an Order Tuesday
committing the governor to the
hoapital for le days of mental
treatment at the request of
Long's family. The order said
Long was "dangerous" to him himself
self himself and others.
Lt. Gov. Lether Fraser, aeiing
Prince Aly Khan's
Pell le Nile Wins
fillies Oaks Slakes
EPSOM, England, June 5 (UPI)
Petite Etoile, a beautiful grey
filly, owned by the prince Aly
Khan, scored tin easy three
lengths win today in the fillies
classic, the Oaks, Stakes, with
brilliant young jockey Lest r
Piggott in the saddle.
The filly, an 11 to a shot, out outran
ran outran the 7 to 4 favorite,. Cantelo,
owned by bookmaker William 11111,
and ridden by Edward Hide,
while five lengths further away
came Rose of Medina, owned by
J. P. Hindley and steered by Eph
Smith.
it was also a big consolation
prize for the Prince, who had
confidently expected to win the
Derby Stakes with his two en entires,
tires, entires, Princillon and Saint Cres Crespin
pin Crespin Today'a event was valued at
24,615 sterling (68,922) dollars) of
which the Prince receives 21,155
sterling (59.252 dollars).
The 11 fillies got off to a stn6d
start on their one and half mile
journey with Noble Lassi taking
tbe lead from Cantelo Chanter
Petite Etolle and ROse of Medi.
Approaching the mile gate No Noble
ble Noble Wine had established a
three lengths lead from Cantelo,
Chanter, Petite Etoile and, Roira
of Mediana, but as they approch approched
ed approched Tattenham Corner Noble Las Lassie
sie Lassie weakened and Rose of Medi Medina
na Medina took a narrow lead.
RoUnd Tottenham Corner,
four furlongs from home, Cante Cantelo
lo Cantelo went on from Rose of Medina,
with Petite Etoile moving easily
in third place with Mirnaya,. Col Collyria
lyria Collyria and Calceolaria prominent.
Two and half furlongs out, Pe Petite
tite Petite Voile took second place be behind
hind behind Cantelo, the pair beginning
to show clear of Rose of Medina,
Mirnaya and Collyria.
Petite Etoile quickened easily
and took the measure of Cantelo
to run out 'an easy winner by
'three lengths. with Rose of Medi Medina
na Medina five lengths farther away.
Time two minutes, 35 and 4-5
seconds.

Frank Sinatra, Shirley McLaine,
Dean Martin in
"SOME CAME RUNNING"
Tinnoirow, Sunday and Monday
at "DRIVE4N" Theatre

With Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Shri ley Mc Leine,
Martha Hyer, Arthur Kennedy and Nancy Gates heading a.
topflight cast, "SOME CAME RUNNING" releaser TO TOMORROW,
MORROW, TOMORROW, Sunday and,.,Monday at "DRIVE-IN" Theatre,
the best-selling novel by James Jones, author of "From
Here to Eternity," hasbeen brought to the screen by MGM
as Ong of the year's most dramatic motion pictures.
Laid in a small mid-western town of America in the
post-war era, the story- begins with the return of Dave
Hirsh to Parkman, Illinois, after his Army discharge and
then depicts what happens to him, to two girlo who fatl
undet his spell, and to it 'varied assortment of other citizens
and temporary residents of Parkman. Advt.

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FRIDAY. MO I 1951
governor while Ling Is absent,
said in Baton Rouge that he had
been misquoted .in a 'tor saying
there WAS a possibility Long
might not be abla to complete the
remaining 10 months clf his term.
After a conferecce with Mrs.
tong, who returned to Baton
Rouge from Galveston, Frazer
said:
"I am elated oier the encour encouraging
aging encouraging report from Galveston on
the governor's progress and it' is
my moat earnest'' hope that he
will soon be ble to return to
Baton Rouge and again assume
the responsibilities' of Ms office.
"While I have reluctantly as assumed
sumed assumed these duties as a matter
of necessity, feel it Is a tem temporary.
porary. temporary. situation and 1 am doing
all in my power to carry out the
aims of Governor Long's' admin administration."
istration." administration." Barris was queried bout re reports
ports reports from nnidentified physicians
at John Sealy Hospital that Long
could expect recovery in three
months.
"That's absurd," Harris said.
"This is an illness of short dura duration
tion duration and he's going to get well.
But that's too positive an an answer.
swer. answer. I don't think that report
came out of John Sealy Hospital.
Fourth Of July
Plans Shaping Up
On Mantic Side
Tentative plans for a gala
Fourth of July celebration on
the Atlantic Side were formulat formulated
ed formulated at meeting this week in
Coco Solo.
The festivities will start with
a parade including Boy and Girl
Scouts and contingents of the
American Legion, Veterans of
Voreign Wars and Canal Zone Po Police
lice Police Department. Canal love Gov.
William E. Potter and Judge Lo Loren
ren Loren B. Hillsinger have been in invited,
vited, invited, as principal speakers for
the program.
Later in the morning, enter entertainment
tainment entertainment for the children as
been planned, starting at 10:30
with games, kiddy-car and fire
engine rides. Boat rides and a
free movie at 2:30 p.m. will be
other activities Of the day. A
dance will be held in the evening.
Refreshments will be sold
throughout the day.
Chairmen who were appointed
by James O'Donnell, acting pre president
sident president of the Coco Solo Civic Coun Council,
cil, Council, are Mrs. Ray Smith Mrs.
Glads Humphreys and Mrs. B. K.
Levin, publicity; William !gam,
speakers; Roger Rios and Dr.
Levin, parade; Gerald Fruth, Mr.
and Mrs. Hank DeVoll, food and
drinks; Paul Moser, games and
rides; Giorge E,gger, boat rides;
Mrs. Pat Bailey and David In Ingram,
gram, Ingram, movies and dance.
SLAVS SPURN ROCKSTS
OSLO, Norway (UPI) "Yugo "Yugoslavia
slavia "Yugoslavia will never take any stens
in building rocket bases on its
own territory," visiting Yugoslav
Vice President Edvard Kardelj
said here today. He said. "The
Yugoslav government has no in interest
terest interest in making our eorner of
southern Europe a dangerous
point in the world of today.'
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"JAMAICA RUN"
Sat. "Roca ye from Red Rock"
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Sat. "Old Man and The Sea"
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ern Western delegation source said yester yesterday
day yesterday the United States, Britain and
France were prepared to cut the
size of their' troop garrisons in
West Berlin as much as one-third
providing the Soviets guarantee
free access to the Red-surrounded
city.
Readiness for such an interim
Solution.of the Berlin crisis pend pending
ing pending re-unification of Germany was
reported as the 'Big Four foreign
ministers met in a hour secret
session devoted entirely to the
Berlin question.
Soviet Ambassador to Britain
Jacob Malikt.who sat in on the
talks along with Foreign Minister
ilndret.Gromyko; said afterward
that, the secret session was "use "useful
ful "useful is usual.'
The meetingthe sixth secret
session of the nearly four-week
long Geneva conferencebrought
together U.S. Seeretork of State
Christian A. Herter, Grmyko,
British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd. and French Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Maurice Cove de Murville.
The Istter played host to the ne negotiating
gotiating negotiating session which was fol followed
lowed followed bv a Big Four private din dinner
ner dinner at th French villa.
The negotiations continued amid
reports from western officials
that the Russians apneared ready
to give tin their "get-out-of Ber Berlin'
lin' Berlin' threats in the race of West Western
ern Western Unity and President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's warning that there could be
no summit tslks as long as Berlin
wos menaced.
In disclosing western willing willingness
ness willingness to make token cuts in the
1.800-man Western force in West
Berlin. a high Western officisl
ssid this would depend on a solid
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BAPTISMAL GROUPA grbup of 200 perscms were baptized last Sunday in Colon by the Seventh Dav Adventists as a result of an evangeliStic canIpaign, which was conducted over a period of
over three months by Evangelist O. Ifolness and pastor Q. A. 'Teller's at the "Big Tent', in Colon. A new campaign is ache duled to begin on June 17, and another baptism is planned for
within six weeks. Sunday's baptism is said to be the largest every performed on the Isthmus.

Westerners Say LIS, Britain, France
Ready To Cut Europe Troop Strength

fere with the Western lifelines to
the divided city.
The official said it would also
be conditional on unequivocal Rus Russian
sian Russian guarantee of Western rights
in West Berlin.
The source stressed that the
number of Western troops in Ber Berlin
lin Berlin was not a subject of negotia 1
tions and that a reduction of the'
Allied garrison would only be of offered
fered offered by the West to "imprwe
the iltnation" if the Russians do
the same.
Western officials, meanwhile,
said that during the past two days
of secret talks the Russians final finally
ly finally had begun to discuss matters
of substance and had abandoned
propaganda,.debates.
It appeared that both East and
West were straining to break
through their stone-wall public po positions
sitions positions for a Berlin settlement
with suggestions of later "modifi "modifications"
cations" "modifications" of armed forces and
propaganda measures in Berlin.
Gromvito gridgingly had recog:
nized the "legality" of the pres presence
ence presence of Western forces in Ber-,
lin earlier in the week during a
secret session stlf; Ister reneated
it for the record before the full
corroerence.
The most the West seemed able
to hope for after almost four
weekg of haggling was an under understandins!
standins! understandins! here that the Berlin
status quo would be maintained
and harassment in the air, road,
rail and canal access corridors
eliminated.
But the West Germans, who had
adopted the toughest line-since the
Geneva foreign ministers confer conference
ence conference began May 11, were for the
time being, at teast, Molding out
for a more formaljoviet guaran guarantee"signed
tee"signed guarantee"signed and sealed."
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up earlier in the week when the
West suggested a pledge not to
increase its forces if the Western
position in the city were "reaf "reaffirmed'
firmed' "reaffirmed' by the Soviets.
Further Western reports yester yesterday
day yesterday suggested that the Americans.
British and French would be

4 Escapees From Iowa P-en
Caught With Farmers' Aid

QEORGETOWN, Iowa (UPI)
Four eiCaped 'convicts from
the lowsi State Penitentiary were
captured yesterday, the last after
he had threatened to knife a 10-
year-old farm girl to death.
The armed fugitives were
trapped with their stolen cars 100
miles from the este prison at
Fort Madison Iowa, 'where they
had held two guards captive at
knife-point and sawed their way
to freedom 34 hours before.
A fernier's tip, a burst of
submachine gun fire, and a wild
chase over country roads led to
the capture and surrender of three
of the convicts. ,P
The desperadoes surrendered
meekly, despite their rifles and
knives, after slamming their car
into a tree behind a farm home.
They were Lloyd Wodson, 38,
bantam sized cop killer from
Quincy, and the leader of the
blowout, robber Albert Maxwell
Boerger, 27, of Quincy; and bur burglar
glar burglar Robert James, 25, Fairfield
IOWA.
The fourth escapee, described ai
a "young punk" by is prison

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willing to reduce their forces If
Gromyko came through with the
type of rock-ribbed guarantees
on which they insist.
Coupled with this, the West
would be willing to agree with the
Soviet Union on a reduction of il illegal
legal illegal propaganda activities in
East and West Berlin.

warden, added a final touch ef
terror to the escape attempt. a
Elun Girdler, a 23eaold from
Peoria, convicted of breaking
and entering, escaped he first
trap. He fled into a patch of
woods near this southern lowa
village, dodging a burst of gun gunfire.
fire. gunfire. Minutes later, he appeared at
the Ed Coady farm home. Mrs.
Coady was alone with her 10-yearboy.
She had not even beard of
the prison break and the three threestate
state threestate search for the fugitives.
Girdler walked into the Coady
home with a big, open pocket
knife in his hand. He demanded
the keys to the family car
"He threatened to kill my daugh daughter
ter daughter if I didn't," Mrs. Coady told
United Press International.
The farm wife tried to telephone
for help, but Girdler bad cut the
wires. So she ran to a nearby
grocery and gave the alarm.
Girdier was caught within the
hour. He was trapped on a road
near the hamlet of, Tyrone, Iowa.

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NEW YORK (UPI)The Amer Americon
icon Americon Bridge, 'runnel and Turnpike
Assn. said today no Memorial
Day week-end deaths were re reported
ported reported on 16 major turnpikes
across the nation. The turnpikes
included Connecticut, Florida, Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maine,
Massachusetts, New Jersey. New
York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania",
Richmond Petersburg, Texar,
West Virginia, Garden State Park ParkwitY
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ty County Parkways (N.Y.).

Services, (Transportation), Fort
Clayton.
Slated to attend a 12-day orienta orientation
tion orientation in special weapons at Sandia
Base, N.M. is Lt. Col. Roger E.
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4. For 4 Hits, 7 RBI's

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., say "pass the aspirins, please"
', yesterday when Cepeda drove in
seven nine with two homers, a
double and a single in the Giant's
11-5 victory over the Milwaukee
Braves. Burdette, who hadn't lost
to the Giants since 1957, caught
an early shower after being bat batiered
iered batiered for seven runs and nine hits
i:.In 4 1-3 innings.
The Braves took an early 5-1
4
lead but Cepeda's two-run fourth fourthinning
inning fourthinning homelr cut the margin to
5-3 and his three-run blast in the
fifth put the Giants in front. Or Or,
, Or, and() rounded out his day's
- work when he doubled with the
; bases filled to drive in the Gi Giants'
ants' Giants' last two runs in the eighth.
9-, The victory cut the Braves'
first-placo lead to 212 games
' the same as it was when the
, t four-game series started mind
stopped soy immediate threat
.. of a Milwaukee walkaway.
, , The' Pittsburgh Pirates closed
,, ,to within 3 games of the
Braves with their 9-3 victory o oN.
N. oN. yer the St. Louis Cardinals, the
,. incinnati Reds downed the Los
Angeles Dodgers, 5-3, and the
Chicago Cubs shaded the Phila
delphia Phillies, 3-2, in the other
.N.L. action.
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They'll be computing the Amer Amer4.
4. Amer4. 1 ro
. ican League standings with a
,,,, slide rule soon because only 4
games and 96 percentage points
s:'narate first and seventh plac placThe
The placThe Chicago White Sox' 6-5, 17-
, im'.ng win over the Baltimore
er,oles boosted them into first
r' re with a .563 mark. The New
.1"---"'"rrk Yankees, who crushed De:1-
', 14-3, are seventh with a
1 .1 nvrrate. And even the Bos Bos',
', Bos', .1 Red Sox, who ended Kansas
I rily's five game streak, 5-2,
i
, : --n't too far back at .435 and
six games to make up.
1 g'u Miller shut out the Braves
v'th three hits for the last five
l,nings but the victory went to
41-;ordon Jones, who was the "pitch "pitch1
1 "pitch1 I r" of record" when the Giants
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I 1,,zed their decisive rally. Jim
.s..---7.'ivenport had three hits and
c,,,,,,Fillie Mays, Daryl Spencer and
0 Jobie Landrith two each in a 15.-
, II hit attack.

't r.oeda, who won NI- rookie
nf the year honors in 1958 when
te 1-.. hit .312 with 24 homers and
.0
. is 04 runs batted in, is now bat bati
i bati ON," .330 .arut has a 43 runs bat batfoci
foci batfoci in and 12 'homers for a lit lite
e lite
o t'e less than a third of this sea sea.1
.1 sea.1 smn.
Bill Virdon's two-run homer and
11 II Mizeroskrq two run triple
were the key blows as the Pirates
r7n their winning, streak to six
games. Ron Kline yielded 13 hits
4i hut left I? Cardinals stranded
otw and went the distance for his
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NEW YORK. June 5 (UM-- They say Orkin Orkin.
. Orkin. do Cepeda is just a growing boy but groggy National
League pitchers insist he's a man-sized headache.
The pitchers don't look any sick- hitter for the Reds who lathered
er, however, than the experts !Danny McDevitt tor tour runs
')elio thought San Frnacisco's 21-1 and two bats in 1 1-3 innings to
year-old slugger might succAssb ham, the Los Angeles lett-hander
to the "sophomore jinx." 1 his tifth setback. Johnny Temple,
It was Lew Burdette's turn to1,atia Pinson, Frank Thomas and
., say "pass the aspirins, please" Roy McMillan ail had doubles for
yesterdaY when Cepeda drove in Lae wumers.
seven mg With two homers, a Don Elston pitched hitless re retinuble
tinuble retinuble and a single in the Giant's liet ball tor 3 1-3 mninos and won
11-5 victory over the Milwaukee his fourth decision wil6en Sammy
Braves. Burdette, who hadn't lost Taylor's 10th-inning sacrifice fly
to the Giants since 1957, caught delivered the winMing run. George
an early shower after being bat- Altman set the stage for Taylor's
iered for seven runs and nine hits fly with a triple. Gene Conley,
i:qn 4 1-3 innings. who went all the way and yield yieldThe
The yieldThe Braves took an early 5-lied only five hits, lost his third
, two-run fourth- game.

fifth victory, One St. T ouis hit
was the 651st double of Stan In Insist's
sist's Insist's career tying lionus Wag Wagner's
ner's Wagner's National League record.
Joe Nuxhall pitched an eight

The four-hour and 27-minute ma marathon
rathon marathon between the White Sox
and Orioles ended when Earl Tor Torgeson
geson Torgeson homered with two out in
the 17th Mning. Bob Shaw, who
allowed one run and four hits o over
ver over the last five innings. was the
winner and Jerry Walker the los loser.
er. loser. The White Sox used 21 play players
ers players and the Orioles 18 in the long longest
est longest game of the meason so far.

Hector Lopez, hitting .375
since being obtained from Kan Kansas'
sas' Kansas' City, drove in four runs
with ia homer 'and 'a double as
the Yardiees Scored 'their self.
enth victory in nine. games.
Pitcher Whitey Ford, who won
his sixth game, and Elston Ho Howard
ward Howard also homered for the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. who had three homers and
seven dotiblei amoing their 15
hits: Jim Bunning was kayoed in
three innings and lost his fourth
game. Ford walked four and
struck out six.
Jerry Casale's seven-hit pitching
helped the Red Sox deal Rip Cole Coleman
man Coleman his fourth defeat. Gary Gei Geiger
ger Geiger hit a two-run single and a
soli51115MMv- a 11 Int:plate, R ed
Sox snapped a three-game losing
streak.

Coco Solo
Pool Notes ;

Tuesday, June 9, at In a.m.
registration will take place for
the Coco Solo Competitive Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Class. As Coco Solo Swim Swimming
ming Swimming pool is at present. closed
for painting, the class will attend
practice session at Gatun Pool on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri Fridays
days Fridays at 12:00 MM.
All Coco Solo children wishing
to participlte in the Atlantic-side
Forth of July Swimming Meet
to he held at Gahm, are urged to
attend. No former participation
in competitive swimming is re required.
quired. required. However. Tiarticipants must be
in possession of blue swimming
identification card. Information re regarding
garding regarding transportation will be
provided when the child registers
on June 9.
This cilss is part of the Schools
Divisions Department of Physical
Education and Athletics S w i m mming
ming mming Program.

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First Round
This Weekend

An Invasion forco of sem
200 Isthmian golfers are expect expectocl
ocl expectocl to swoop down, across, and
ovor the Brazos Brook Golf
nd Country Club 18-hole lay layout
out layout in the next hvo days as tho
first 18-holes of the 1959 Lucky
Strike Invitational Golf Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament must be compited by sun sundown
down sundown Sunday, June 7.
The lowest scores turned in
so far are a pair of 79's. Fred
litptdquist and Cliff Madure
both shot 7 over par 79's earli earlior
or earlior this week.
Golfers are reminciod of the
new ono stroke penalty for out outof
of outof bounds or lost balls. Local
ground rules for tho Lucky
Strike tournament are available
from Starter Jimmy Raymond.

(Bawl on 125 official at bats)
National League
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil 48 199 39 83 .417
Burgess, Pitt 42 145 18 52 .359
Mays, N.Y. 49 106 45 67 .342
Pinson, Cinei 49 203 42 67.330
Cepeda, SF 48 191 35 63 .330
Bouehee, Phi la 46 169 28 55 .327
White, St. L 42 138 20 45 .326
Logan, Mil 48 164 21 52 .317
Temple, Cinei 49 196 36 62 .315
Cimoli, St. L 47 187 28 59 .316

Kuenn, Det
Fox, Chi
Ka line, Detroit
Wood ling, Balt
Maris, KC
Mantle, NY
Williams, KC
Runnels, Boston
Phillips, Chi
Tasby, Balt

American League
G AB R H Pct.
Det 40 160 20 55 .344
Chi 48 198 2768 333
e, Detroit 47 186 25 61 .328
ling, Bait 44 137 17 45 .328
KC 32 125 25 41 .328
e, NY 39 148 32 48 .328
ms, KC 36 131 22 42 .321
els, Boston 46 178 29 57 320
ps, Chi 45 152 19 46 .303
Balt 49 200 30 60 .301

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Mathews, Braves
Mays, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Showron, Yankees
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
Lopez, Yankees

NOM! RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito; Indians
Lemon, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles

Wilhelm, Orioles
Larsen, Yankees
Fischer, Senators
Brown, Orioles
Lown, White Sox
Grant, Indians

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Face, Pirates 7 0 1 000
Klippstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.00U
Rush, Braves 4 0 1.000
Elston, Cubs 4 1 .800
Antonelli, Giants 7 2 .778

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5 0 1.000
5 1 .833
3 1 .750
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Paolo
Rosi may have plastic surgery on
his eyebrows before he again
challenges lightweight champion
Joe Brown,
That's what manager Cy Crisel
said last night as he and
the Italian challenger boarded a
said last night as be and
plane for New York, where they
will consult w,ith specialists.,
Champion Brown, who stoprd
Rosi in the ninth round of their
title fight at Uline Arena Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night because of bloody brw
cuts, flew back to Houston, Tex.,
yesterday with trainer Bill Gore.
Although ttosI and Crisci
claimed that the face cuts, parti particularly
cularly particularly the 10-stitch gash In the
left brow, were caused by head headbutts
butts headbutts from Brown, Crisci admit-,
ted tie believes the chal challenger
lenger challenger from New York cuts too
easily.
It was the third. time.Paolo had
been stopped on cuts in his 37
professional fights.
"Solwa physicians here, in Wash Washington'
ington' Washington' told us they believe the
threat of cutting could be les lessened
sened lessened considerably by the remov removP1
P1 removP1 of scar tissue and by the par paring
ing paring of the sharp brow bones,"
Crisci explainedi

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Rory Calhoun 8-5 Favorite
To Whip Dick Tiger Tonight

PROSPECT AND OLD PRO Shortstop Gil Gonzalo (00nzall (00nzallto)
to) (00nzallto) Garrido Jr., poses with his mentor old pro Frank Austin as
the pair take a breather during a training drill. Garrido will
form part of the selection which will represent Panama in the
Central American and Caribbean Junior Baseball Champion Championships
ships Championships which will be held in Havana, Cuba, next September.
Austin and former pitching star Andres Alonso are getting the
Panama teazn ready.

Old Pro Frank Austin Feels
Garrido Jr. Is Top Prosped

Shortstop Gil Gonzalo Monza
to) Garrido Jr., is one of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's best baseball prospects at
present, is the opinion of veteran
Frank Austin, the one time local
flash who held down the regular
shortstop job for Portland, Class
AAA Pacific Coast Leagus for
seven straight seasons.
Austin and former pitching star
Andres Along are instructors for
the team that will represent Pa.
nama in the Central American
and Caribbean Junior Baseball
C,hampionship to be held in Hava Havana,
na, Havana, Cuba, next September.
According te Austin, young
Garrido has all the requisites
to be an outstanding ballplayer
one day. tis is impressed w:th
the 11-year-old's hitting, fielding,
running and throwing ability,

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NEW YORK (UPI) Distanceof-flight
and velocity tests of golf
balls show that no one manufac manufacturer's
turer's manufacturer's brand is appreciably .su .superior
perior .superior to that of its nearest com competitors,
petitors, competitors, the U. S. Golf Assn. re reported
ported reported yesterday.
The USGA arrived at this con conelusion
elusion conelusion after sponsoring a series
of tests on a mechanical driving
machine this spring. The tests
were undertaken to determine the
validity of published advertising
claims by various manufacturers.
Fourteen brand na mes were
tested.
The experiments were conduct conducted
ed conducted by the U.S. Testing Company
of Hoboken, N.J., on May 20 at
the Winged Foot Club in Mama Mamaroneck,
roneck, Mamaroneck, N.Y., site of next week's
U.S. Open.
Two types of tests were under undertakenone
takenone undertakenone outdoors to measure
the distance of flight and the
other indoors to measure velocity
immediately after the ball was
struck.
In the distance tests, certain
brands which have made the most
lavish claims of extra yardage
were compared with a mixed col colleetion
leetion colleetion of balls consisting of many
good quality brands.
And the average eart7 of all
balls tested was the same when
brand "A' and brand "B' were

Sports Briefs

CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI)
Southpaw Luis Arroyo earned an another
other another chance ill the major leagues
yesterday when the Cincinnati
Reds purchased him from the
Havana Sugar Kings of the Inter International
national International League. Arroyo, previous previously
ly previously with the Cardinals and Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, had a 1.47 earned run av average
erage average with the Sugar Kings.

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CANADiAN TEAMS TRADE 1
MONTREAL (UPI) The MOn
treal Royals yesterday traded out outfielder
fielder outfielder Bob Wilson and pitcher
Ron Negray to the Toronto Ma Maple
ple Maple Leafs in exchange for out outfielder
fielder outfielder Angel Schutt and infiedler
Mike Go hat. No cash was involv involved.
ed. involved. CANADIENS SELL PLAYERS
MONTREAL (UPI) Defense Defenseinan
inan Defenseinan Murray Balfour and wing
Terry Cray were sold to the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Black Hawks by the Mon.
treat Canildiens yesterday for an
undisclosed amount of Cash and it
player to be named later. Balfour
'and Gray spent most of the 1958
59 season with Rochester ot the
American Hockey League.

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competitive spirit and "t a k
charge" qualities.
Gonzalito, Who returned last
Ytar from a two-year stay in Eu Europe
rope Europe where he divided his time
studying and ptaying ball, was
standout for Panama, in the
championship series played in the
Dominican Republic last yeal.
He was the only member of the
team to blast a homer during the
tournament.
Many who have seen the slick slickfielding
fielding slickfielding youth cover territory and
make outstanding plays at his
position claim he is reminiscent
of his father Gil Gonzalo Sr.,
who was a topnoten pro short shortatop
atop shortatop up to about ten years ago.
Gonzalito, who plays In the
Lions Club League, hopes to go
t9, California to continue his stu studies
dies studies vrtien 'her returns from 'Cuba
later this year.

either counted in tbe average or
excluded from it, the USGA re reported.
ported. reported. Here are composite average
carrying distances of the balls
tested by both arms of the me mechanical
chanical mechanical driving machine:
All brands tested-223.7 yards
All brands tested except brand
"A'-223.6 yards
All brands tested except brand
"B" 223.4 yards.
"The driving machine, with its
variable speed motor, was pre-set
at a fixed impact velocity ot pro produce
duce produce a carry around the 220-yard
range," the U.S. Testing Company
report stated.
In the velocity tests, all except
one brand of ball was considered
to have conformed to the USGA
requirement that the velocity of
a ball, be not greater than 250
feet per second.
The USGA reported that in the
one non conforming brand the
fastest balls were only slightly
more than one foot per second
beyond the tolerated limit. bill the
average of all balls of this brand
were within the limit.

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NEW YORK (UPI) Slugger
Rory Calhoun is favored at 8--5
to beat stocky Dick Tiger to tonight
night tonight at Madison Square, Garden
and spoil the British Empire mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight champion's American
debut.

Their international 10-rounder
will be televised and broadcast by
NBC.

Tiger, who comes from Nigeria
(Equatorial West Africa), hopes
to use his first United States fight
as a springboard toward the
world title, just as Hogan Kid
Bassey, fellow Nigerian, did in
his successful 1957 quest of the
vacant featherweight crown.
Bassey similarly was a British
Empire champ at the time.
CalhOun of White Plains, N.Y..
is favored because he is consid considered
ered considered the harder puncher. They
have somewhat similar slam-bang
styles, but Tiger does more
crouching and leaping in. At 2
Calhoun is the younger by five
3ears; but he has absorbed much
more ring-battering.
Because of his crouching and
springing style, Dick Ihetu't
name was changed to "Dick Ti Tiger'
ger' Tiger' bv his Nigerian admirers
when he turned professional in
1952.

Dick, who has campaigned out
of Liverpool, Eng., for 312 years,
won the BHtish Empire 160-pound
title on March 27, 1958, by knock knocking
ing knocking out Pat McAteer of England
in the ninth round. He had two
bouts this year, both with Randy
Sandy of New York. He lost to
Randy in the first scrap but out outpointed
pointed outpointed him in the return go,
May 12.

Basil lo Shows No
Interest In Title
Held By Robinson

NEW YORK, (UPI) Despite
Sugar Ray Robinson's plea that
Carmen Basilio "come to his
senses," it appeared virtually cer certain
tain certain today that the world of box boxing
ing boxing will soon have two "middle "middleweight
weight "middleweight champions" for the first
time in 18 years.
"I still hope that Basilio will
come to his senses and negotiate
in good faith for a bout with me,"
said Robinson Wednesday.
But Basilio still shows no inter interest
est interest in the share of the title still
held by Robinsonrecognition as
champion by New York State.
Promoter Norman Rothschild has
announced that Basilic) instead
will meet Gene Fullmer for the
National Boxing Assn. version of
the title sometime during the first
two weeks in August.
Rothschild, who will promote
the Basilio Fullmer bout in con conjunction
junction conjunction with a local promoter in
the city where it's held, said Los
Angeles, San Francisco, Salt Lake
City, Denver. Chicago, and Ogden,
Utah, were under consideration as
possible sites.
All six cities are in area ruled
by the NBA which has stripped
Robinson of title recognition for
failure to defend against Basilic)
within the stipulated time. The
NBA has announced it will recog recognize
nize recognize the Basilio-Fullmer winner as
champion.
That means that, come August,
there will be two champs. The
last time that happened in the
middleweight class was in 1941
when Tony Zale was recognized
by the NBA and Billy Soose by
New York State.

Robinson acknowledged in his
statement Wednesday that Basil Basilio's
io's Basilio's plans to meet Fullmer would
mean "I shall reluctantly be
forced to seek competition else elsewhere."
where." elsewhere." It was expected that Rob Robinson
inson Robinson would turn to European
champion Gustav (Bubi) Scholz of
Germany as a possible rival.

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Today's Games
Los Angeles at Milwaukke (N)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
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Yesterday's Results
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Milwaukee 032 000 000-4 6 1
McCormick, G. Jones (3-2),
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Burdette (8-4), Pizarro, Willey
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Pittsburgh 024 003 00x-9 12 1
Broglio (0-4), Brosnan, Chene37,
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Kline (3-3) and Burgess.
Chicago 000 001 010 1-3 5 1
Philadelphia 000 000 200 0-2 7 0
B. Anderson, Elston (4-1) and
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Conley (2-3) and Sawatski.

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McDevitt (3-5), Eskine, Fowler
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by
JOE WILLIAMS

"The day it'happened". .Edna
Stengel might have been talking
of Pearl Harbor, Du Ile's tragic
end or the busted romance of
Eddie and Debbie, but, giving it
another listen, the caller surmis surmised
ed surmised the shrinking connotations
more likely had to do with a per personal,disaster.
sonal,disaster. personal,disaster. ;i,s1 ,.
"The day it happened,' the
gracious graying wife of the
Yankee's manager said, "I hurri hurried
ed hurried back from the Stadium and
ordered two dinners sent to the
room for him, steak and pork
chops, both his special favorites.
"For the first' time since he's
been here nbw he was in last
place. If his dinner were on the
table, and he could eat without
waiting, he'd be more relaxed.
and then if he wanted to talk, I
was prepared to be a most un
derstanding, wifely audience.'
And so?
"He passed up the pork chops
for the steak, ate like a famished
horse, stretched out on the counh
and snored for three hours. The
beast!"
(ile Case snorted mannerly.
"I can tell vou what happened in
a few, simple words,' and
though this, for him, was patent patently
ly patently an impossibility, yet somehow
it was miraculously managed.
Last Place Stupor
"My players' were shell shock- 11
ed. they couldn't do anything
right. They fell into a kind of
stupor. They went around, ask asking,
ing, asking, "what's wrong with me?' It
got like an epidemic. Pretty soon
the manager was doing the same
thing. Now the dav it happened
On May 20 the Yankees lost to
the Tigers and hit bottom. Last
time this had happened was in
'40. True, It had happened to Ole
Case in earlier managerial frus frustrations,
trations, frustrations, but to most of the cur current
rent current personnel it wes a new trnu trnumatic
matic trnumatic experience. ,To old settler
Yogi Berra it was Preposterou.
Twice in 14 years he had been
with Yankee failures third thirdniece
niece thirdniece teams, barely beaten in
photo finishes.
"A team like the Yankees which
peel; in last niftee
well, a thing like that can make
a man stop and think." said Ole
Case, speaking for history. "And
gotta believe it helps explain
Mickey Mantle's great playing
here lately.
"Mantle knows this Is not a
last-place team, and he knows
he isn't a last-place player. So.
like the great ballplayer which he
is. and which he always should be,
with ill his tremendous ability.
he faces up to the challenge, and
the whole teams follows; him.'
Ole Case pinpoints Mantle's e emergence
mergence emergence from, shock atr the
second gamel dophle-header
with thr;Orittleg: on :May 24
when; abgerea by, VW' ,he con.
siderest poor 'hall-and-strike calls.
he fanned'? 'three' ilines in' a row
the third tiMe as If he didn't care
whether he hit ,the ball or
not.
"Maybe,that's the day he grew
up for vied,' mused Ole Case.
"Anyway;rback-An the dressing
room.. he apologized, ad,mitted he
was hurting the team worse than
himself, -and nromised the other
plavers 'they'd seen tho last of
such foolishness from him."
Since the enisode of the wrath wrathful
ful wrathful whiffs. Ihe 'Yankees have
played seven games. and Mantle
was never more brilliant in all

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23 22 311 2
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Today's Games
New York at Cleveland 1
Boston at Chicago (N)
Baltimore at Kansas City (N)
Washington at Detroit (N) I

Yesterday's Results
(17 innings)
Balt 004 000 000 000 100 00-5 11 1
Chi 201'000 010 000 100 01-6 14 8
Ilarshman, Loes, Walker (41)
and Ginsberg.
Donovan, Littman, Staley, Arial,
Shaw (5-2) and Battey, Lollar.
New York 403 101 082 14 15 1
Detroit 010 100 010-3 7
Ford (8-2) and Berra.
Bunning (5-4), Burnside, Nada.
ski and Wilson.
Boston 000 401 000-5
Kansas City 000 100 100-2 7
Casale (3-4) and Daley.
Coleman (1-4), Meyer, Dickson,
Gorman and Chill.
Only games seheduled.

around play, as he compiled a
.522 BA on 12 hits in 23 at bats.
drew eight walks, stole four bases
and struck out only twice.
"Like I say,' winked Olo Case,
"the fella don't llke last place."
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Green Lir Tonle (to
Mantle hag.- t potential
be one of the greatest, most ex exciting
citing exciting ballplayers the sport has
ever seen. Ole Case has reported reportedly
ly reportedly declared he should lead the
league each year "in five things,'
namely, right and left hand home
runs, bunting, fielding, throw throwing,
ing, throwing, base running,
Only once has he made it a
tight fit. This was in '56 when he
led in runs scored, runs batted
in, home runs (eight, behind
Ruth's epic 60) and hit .353. In Inconsistency,
consistency, Inconsistency, largely attributed to
brooking, holds him back.
"The fella boos himself worse
than the fans ever' do,' Ole Cass
frowned.
The nose dive and seeming re recovery
covery recovery re-establish Mantle as the
Yankee big guy. They'll ,go as
far a3 he can carry them. The
early line is encouraging. He's
upped his BA 53 points in two
weeks, currently is hitting .328,
with 45 hits, nine homersi 25
RBI's, 26 walks, 25 SO's.
Also, he's stolen nine bases in
10 tries, stretched singles into
doubles. This may be the most
encouraging item of all. Since
Ole Case gave Mantle the green
light on the paths, his attitude
has brightened, and there's an
unwonted buoyancy to his play.
As a tonic, he may have needed
the green light; as a directional
beam, his career record is 86-
109-789. Don't grope. Remarka Remarkable
ble Remarkable has to be the word.

Cecil Mc Calla
Funeral Today

Funeral services for former
fight trainer Cecil Mc Calla wlus
died Wednesday at the Santo To Tomas
mas Tomas hospital after a lengthy ill
ness, was to be held at the San Santo
to Santo Tomas chapel at 4 o'clock this
afternoon.
Burial was to follow at the
Juan Diaz cemetery.
Mr. Mc Calla, who was also an
outstanding ,fighting cock trainer,
in his time handled such ring
greats as Al Brown, Kid Stam Stammer,
mer, Stammer, Baby Quintana and Young
Harry Wills. Among the boxers
he trained in recent years was
welterweight Luis Samuels.

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the Santa Clara College Broncos
had a St.,Loula, ardinal contract.'
and a 860,090 bonus todaY
O'Rouke, 21-year-old. rightband
er, batted .475, far the California
college in 38 ge,rne ,this year and
hit 15 home runs.
Ile will report to ,the Cardinals
about June 160 shortly after nie
graduation from college.
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2-Indian' co v. Tejada Sibt ...Hopeless case 100-1
3Mar Bravo S. Hernandez 105 Improving steadily 3-1
4EI Ash tia -G. Montero 115 .,..Good chance here 4.:
5-Festival E. Da lo 104 Could surprise 15-1
6-La Brisa B. Baeza 117 Usually disappoints 34
7-Smart Cat'ch R. Cruz 103x Rates a bet here 15-1
8-Roina A. Lourless109x Brief early speed 30-1
9-Loberia H. Guatines 106 tki. 1 contender 5.:
- 10-Matriculado J. Talavera 108 Colld get up here 10-.1
1I-Greco H. Hidalgo 96x, Good Aarly speed 25-1
P A 12-Suntair) M. Chalmers 112x Nothiag in month! 4-1
4,.. 13-Distingo) R. Vasquez 116 Down,, in cies! here 4-1
-1 14-Fieltro) R. Prestan 105x Coulditake it all, 4-1
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- Ind. BACK OF THE DOUBLE

1-Vietoria Regina H. Hidalgo 1,13x
2-Baranoa G4 Justiniant 1.12x
, 3-The Squire A. Lour less 1.10x
eGrithilds V. Tejada 105x
.. 3-(Pepin R. Prestan 107x
6-(Cindertrick F. Sanchez 1.0x

1-Albigense B. Baez& 11
2-Mi 'Acura '1 -V. Tejada 9
31-Maniart .t Gustints 11
4-Behadeir' R, Vasquez 11:
5-Mauriclo H. Hidalgo 10:
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lkilongoros R. Cruz 101
7-(Cervecero A,. Gonzales 100
11-(Onnaels 7, Alvarez 11.2

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2-Diocese
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4-Kadir
' 5-Embasiy
II-Jonias
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1-Itutilante
2-Bathina
3-Resolana
4-tanero
5-Teloreo
6-Mi Cautiva
, 7-Town's Wall
9-La Tama
, 9-Now nen
10-Titita

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5-Teddy
6-Recife
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I-Kensington
S-Abolengo
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2-Apache
3-Tutt Fruti
4-Jaba
S-Bosilongo
6-Destello

srd. Race NotiWhinors Not. 3 Purso $300.00 Poo: Closes 7:00

I-Silvana V. Tejada RePortedly improved
2-tremal Naik B. Baeza 112 Keyhaven-Polar Maid
II-Dan Tin J. Mimi 109 Much better now
4-Charlie Grant's B. Aguirre 115 In fight to finish
5-Noventa y Tres J. P. Diaz 102x Waste of time

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1-Call Girl
2-Silver Sun
3-Naranjazo
4-EI restiueiio
5-Zia
6-Rabiblaneo
7-Pilluelo
8-Kazan

F. Justiniant 107x
B. Aguirre 118
R. Cruz 111x
J. Talavera 108
V, Tejada 9Px
S. Callender 106
A: Credidio 105
B. Bieza 111

H. H. Macias 103x
F. Mvarez 105
A. Perez 118
G. Milord 106
13Baesa 105.
A. Gonzales 110
H. Gusttnes 115

J. Talavera 110
V. Tejada Wbc
J. P. Diaz,112x
B. Baeza 108
F. Justinian' 100x
H. Hidalgo 102x
A. Credidio 108
G. Milord 105
J. Phillips 110
J. Rodriguez 112,

Hidalgo 988 Not good enough
J. IT1 loa 114 Jockey may help
A. Credidio 118 --Enjoying best form
H. Gustines 113 Seems best here
B. Baez& 108 Ncrer beat these
J. Phillips 111 score soon

Nativos 6 Furlongs Purso 3375.00 Pool Miss 2:30
' QUINIELA

Could get call here
Rates good chance
Form indicates
--Returns from layoff
Usually close up
Nothing in months
Good early speed
Excluded from betting

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Loves runnerup spot
Nothing to recommend
Dangerous this time
Good early speed
- Tmproved in last
Totorious quitter

6th Race ith Mat Imp. 6 Fes.Pursa 1500.00 Pool Cosa.
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE

l5 Jockey MAY decide
ric Not good enugh
13 .Form indicates
3 --Poor recent races
31c ,Usually close up
Ix Good early speed
10 7Depends on start
1.5 --Could icore again

Q, 7th Item 3rd Sertos Purso 3650.00 Pool -Closes 4:10
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Nothiny recently
Distance handicaps
Last doesn't count
Must ,go lower
1)14appoinfed,in last
R,eturns from.layoff
Should score again

'o lith Race 7th Siries Imp. logs. Purse $450.00
QUINIELA

Pool :Closes 300

Pool Closes

Good early speed
Doesn't seem likely
Usuallv disappoints
Jockey may help
Could hang on
Form indicates
Ran well in last
Shon Id be close up
Nothing in months
Excluded from betting

Rico 1st. kr I's Imp. Pos. Nis 81000.00 Pool Clouts
ONE TWO
1-Play Boy F. Justinian' 100x Distance handicaps
2-Alpina H. Hidalgo 101x Could get up here
' 2-Double Four H. Gustmes 108 At best when rested
4-Alcaraz J. 'Clio& 116 Was never better
&Al Just 3. Rodriguez 108 Apparently outclasses
6-Don Lucho S. Hernandez 106 In fight to finish
- 1-(Siete yMedio B. Baeza 114 fight it out
M. Valenzuela 110 Rates good chance too

1-Atrayente
A. Perez 112 Ran. well in last
2-Fidel R. Cruz 103s Improving steadily
3-Guillothia A. Gonzales 105 Surprised in last
4-Sa Isle F. Justiniani Mx Blazing early speed
15-Marse Ila H. Hidalgo lOis Not good enough
Pelirroja F. Alvarez 105 Should oe close up
7-Piccolino H. Gustines 119 Seerps best here
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ONE TWO
1-Pangal A. Credidio 112 Not good enough
, VAlueinado J. Phillips 110 Ran well in last
2-te Matelot. Gustaies 112 .Enjoying best form
44Ulio Verne G. Montero 108 i-Good recent races
5-Teddy Waint 97s Not with this rider
6-Recife D. Madrid 107x ,Woold pav juicy odds
7-Best I. Callender 105 .iiistance eliminates
8-Kensington J. Talavera 105 --Good early speed
84bolengo B. Been 112 .Returna from layoff
- 10-Tarsoca Alvares 108 Hard to beat here
,t, 11-tAt Desiree H., Illidalgo 105s Could be upsetter

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Teener Senes
August 16-21
The Teener team was picked
at a special meeting held by the
VFW Post 4 last night at Pedro
Miguel. The following players
were selected to represent the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone at the VFW NaUonal
Teener Baseball Tourney at Her Hershey
shey Hershey Pennsylvania Aug. 10-21.
John Bateman, Charles Bath.
Roy 'Bettis, Robert Robert
Brandon, Young Cage, Robert
Fortune, Louis French, Worden
French, Fred iltddleston, John
Marcum, Richard Ness, Douglas
Priester, Frank Reichert, Robert
Smith and Llewelyn Zent. Alter Alternates
nates Alternates are James Metcalf, Joseph
Rodriguez and Joseph Arreguin.
Ail players must report at
the Balboa Stadium at ten a.m.
tomorrow for assignment of u uniferms,
niferms, uniferms, briefing and official
photographs.
The VFW Teener League 'elect 'elected
ed 'elected the following officials to at,
company the team to Hersehy:
VFW representative, Gilbert Ji
Marcum; team manager, Robert
O. Smith, who will be misted by
T-Sgt. Charles Beesler, Jr., as
coa ch.
The seleetion committee was'
composed of the managers and
coaches of the Fastlich, Atlantic,
Armed Forces and Curundu
Leagues. Ernest Cotton (Doe Al Almy
my Almy Jr.) well known for his long
time interest and knowledge of
baseball acted as moderator and
coord in a tor.
The team will leave' on the Pa Paname
name Paname Railroad Line July 25 pro provided
vided provided the necessary funds are a available.
vailable. available. The itinerary for the
road trip by bus through New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey and Pennsylvania for exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition games is almost complete
and will be announced at a. later
date.,
All players and parent); are ur urgently
gently urgently requested to report at the
JWB Wednesday, June 10, at sev seven
en seven thirty p.m. for briefing on mat matters
ters matters pertaining to the trip.
An innovation hos been inst.!.
tuted for this year's prolect in
that the boy, under 16 years of
ago, who sells the most boos.
ter tickets will accompany the
Teener team to Hershey as e equipment
quipment equipment manager.
Batting average of the players
that took part in the '12.game
VFW Teener Series as released
by William Dobson, o flicial
scores:

Huddleston
Reichert
Bateman
Fortune
Rodriguez
French, W
French, L
Smith, R
Brandon
Ness
Metcalf
Priester
Bettis
Marcum
Zent
Swanson
Cage
Arreguin
Frangioni
Fields
Bailkowski
Hill
Bacot
Underwood
Hauser
Treadway
Peterson
Bath
1 Self
Gerardi
Franklin
Lum

TOUGH OUTSIDE
East Lansing, Mioh.(NEA)
In the five years that DtiftY
Daugherty has been head coach,
Michigan State's. football teams
have won all but one of 18 games
played with non-circuit foes.
HAD A MONOPOLY
Bloomington, Ind (NEA)
Indiana University football cen centers
ters centers Tony Aloisio and John Raz Razmie
mie Razmie played -a total of 538 mi minutes
nutes minutes out of a possible 540 in
1958.

Team Batting
Fast lich
Curundu
Atlantic
Armed Forces

.66
.538
440
429
" .423
.394
.385
.370
.355
.355
.342
.324
,321
.273
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.220
.217
.208
.200
.200
.211
.211
.171
.167
.167
143
.143
133
.130
.130
.125

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IIAIA Track, Field
Meets Altracis.340
College Athletes

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (UPI) A
record total of 340 performers
from 74 collegea and universities
tompete here tonight and
Saturday in the National Assn. of
Iniercollegiate Athletics track and
field meet.
It appeared only the javelin and
pole vault marks were safe. Eight
NAIA records have been exceeded
this season and they probably
will he rewritten -again clue to
strong competition in this year'a
championships.
Although an association of
smaller colleges, the NAIA has
not been without its world cham champions.
pions. champions. Such stars as dashman
Bobby Morrow and pole vaulter
Bob Gutowsld have competed in
the meet.
Tnis year it Offers such per performers
formers performers as Sid Garton, the East
Texas state flagh, and world
leading hurdler Elias Gilbert of
Winston Salem.
Fans anticipated an exciting
dual between Ted Nelson, Man Mankato,
kato, Mankato, Minn., Teachers, and Bobby
Pullie. Howard Payne College, in
the R80 yard run.
Nelson who doesn't appear to
run any faster than needed to
win owns the NATA meet record
of 1:51.8 hut has done 1:51.2 this
year. Ping has a 1:51.1 time to
his credit.

Of 10

TRIPLE WINNER

CAMDEN, N J. (NEA)-- Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Stout, now a placing judge
at Garden State Park, won the
Camden Handicap three times.

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Track's First Series Horses
Tangle In Sprint Tomorrow

RODMAN TOURNEY WINNERS Displaying victory trophies for
winning their respective flights in the Rodman Golf Club Cham Championship
pionship Championship are (right to left) Navy civilian Jimmy Annicharico, who
captured the championship flight, Mrs. Elaine Barnes of Ft. Kobbe,'
, who won the wotnen's division, and Marine Capt. Douglas Wade,
first Bight victor, Annichtrico also was IOW medalist in the tOur tOurney's
ney's tOurney's qualifying round.

Fight Results

jjpited.ripst InttrnatIonal
WASHiNG'rON, D. C. Joe
Brown, 132, New Orleans, stopped
Paolo Rosi, 134, New York, (9)
retained world lightweight cham championship.
pionship. championship.

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Eight of the best horses in train training
ing training in at the President Rernon
racetrack will match strides to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon in the featured
$1,000 six furlong dash for first se series
ries series imported throughbreds.
Light-weighted Double Four, re returning
turning returning from anotber of his fre frequent
quent frequent layoffs, is the probable mu mutuels
tuels mutuels favorite. He- gets in with the
relatively light impost of 108
pounds over his favorite distance
and will have hustling Hehodoro
(Papa()) Gustittes on his back.
Alcaraz, which be ridden by
strong-armed Jose Ulloa, should
be the second choice in the betting
on the strength of his impress.ve
'victory last week over Siete y Me MeThe
The MeThe latter will be going in an
entry with Ali this time. Entry Entrymate
mate Entrymate Ali will be under the guid guidance
ance guidance of Miguel Valenzuela.
Don Lucho, which will hdve
Sandino Hernandez in the saddle,
and Alpina, which will be ridden
by Romero Hidalgo, could be up upsetters.
setters. upsetters. Both rate a good chance
of scoring at a price.
Al Just and Playboy, wl.ich
are apparently outclassed, corn cornplete
plete cornplete the list of eight schedulcd
starters. Al Just will be piloted
,by cagey Julio Rodriguez while
'Playboy's reins will be handled by
Franco Justiniani.
In the secondary attraction, sev sev,en
,en sev,en third series imported racers
yill battle it out for a $650 purse
ADver the six furlong distance.
Deauville and Diocese, which rac raced
ed raced to a deadheat last Sunday, will
match strides here again.
! Bucalemito, which balked after
the start last week, and Embas Embassy
sy Embassy shape up as the two prObable
upsetters with As You Like Her,
,Kadir and Ionia's Pet the rank
outsiders.

1-La Brisa
2-Bosi lenge
3-Tramal Na lk
4-Call Girl
Plictoria
41-Aibigonso
7-Embassy
11-Mi Cautiva
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Racetrack Tips

By CONRAD

Loberia
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Charlie Grant's
Naraniate
Pepin (a)
Maniart
Deauville
Rose lona
o) Den Luche
Atrayente

OUTSTANDING B I AV It
New, 4NEA) City
College's track star, Stan Daw Dawkins,
kins, Dawkins, had been named winner of
the college's Ben Wallack Me Memorial
morial Memorial Award as the outstanding
Beaver athlete of the year.'

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AGAINST SKIDDING
New. exclusive trend compound
end scientific design provide
superior skid protection and
long low-cost milestd

Tremal Naik, a hefty two-year-1
old native-bred Chestnut son of
Keyhaven-Polar Maid, is the on only
ly only debutant listed on this week weekend's
end's weekend's President Remon racetrack
programs.
The colt, owned by the Haras
San Miguel and trained by Emi Emilio
lio Emilio Mejia Galvez, is a scheduled
starter in tomorrow's thid race
for native maidens. Leading jocs jocsey
ey jocsey Braulio Baez& will be aboard
the promising youngster when he
goes against Charlie Grant's, ,Dan
Tin, Silvana and Noventa y Tres.
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The Stud Contractor sold Mar
Bravo to Francisco Marrero who
will train the Chilean-bred fouryear-old
colt himself. Antonin
Torchia last week sold Eros to
Mrs. Eulogia Marin. This week
the disappointing Chilean colt has
a new owner. He was acquired
by Manuel Takata Paz. Fortuna Fortunato
to Fortunato Hidalgo will continue to do the
training.
Silver Girl, formerly owned and
trained by Leo L. Sainten, was
bought by Prudencio Pinillo who
will also train the filly. .Manan .Manandoogua
doogua .Manandoogua is another thoroughbred
that changed ownership. Simeon
Allen is his new owner-trainor
Nebrisca and Cindertrack will
race without blinkers beginning
, this weekend while Don Sam, Tre Tremat
mat Tremat Naik, Donito, One For Me
and Pepin will compete with
hoods.

Baize has increased his mar margin
gin margin in this semester's jockey
contest te SO winmrs ever run runnen
nen runnen Sandiye Hernandez. The
latter roplaced Amalie Credidlo
by one winner. Bum has 114
winners while Hernandez has
34. Jose linos, at his best aft aftor
or aftor completing a six-meet sus suspension,
pension, suspension, is a close fourth wtth
30 wins.

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Jose Reyes Olguin tops the list
of trainers for this semester with
22 winners saddled. Eu logio Bene Benedito,
dito, Benedito, with 21, is the runnerup.
Luis H. Farrugla is third witd 19
victories and a deadbeat. Sotero
Rudas, Larry Tomlinson and Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto E. Fenton follow deadlock deadlocked
ed deadlocked in fourth place with 17 wins.

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HOOFBEATS

By Conrad() Sargeani

0 Eaco

Thursday's best workouts:
Dependable (four furtiongs, driv driving,
ing, driving, with saddle) 12, 24 1-51 3$
4-5, 50 seconds.
Siete y Medio and two fur furlongs
longs furlongs and repeated two furlongs,
driving, with saddle) 12 4-5, 23
1-5 and 11 2-5, 23 1-5.
La Desiree (two furiongs, driv drivIng,
Ing, drivIng, bareback) 12, 24 3-5.
La Brisa (two furlongs, driv driving,
ing, driving, with saddle) 12, 24 2-5.
lonia's Pet (three fiziongs, driv driving,
ing, driving, barebatk) 12, 24 2-5, 37 1-5.
Le Matelot (two furlongs, driv driving,
ing, driving, with saddle) 12 1-5, 24 i-5.
Bosilongo (three furlongs, driv driving,
ing, driving, bareback) 12 3-5, 24 3-5, 37
3-5.
Deauville (three furlongs, &iv..
ing, bareback) 12 3-5, 24 4-5, 37
1-5, Damajusna (one furlong, dm dming,
ing, dming, bareback) 12 1-5.

Buffalo, Columbus
Remain Deadlocked
In Sizzling IL Race

NEW YORK, June 5 (UPI)
Chris Short of Buffalo and Paul
Giel of Columbus- kept their two
clubs in a tie for first place in
the International League.
Short limited Havana to five
hits in pitching the Bisons to a
7-0 victory last night with the
help of a pair of homers by Frank
Herrera.
Giel acattered eight hits to
lead the Jets tO a 6-3 dectston
over the Montreal Royals. Ken
Hamlin and Tom Burgess born.
ered for Columbus while newly.
acquired Mike Goliat connected
for Montreal.
Third-place Rochester remained
a half game behing the two
league leaders with a 4-3 triumph
over Miami. Marshall Bridges was
the winner although requiring
help from Joe McClain in tbe.
seventh.
Richmond r allied for four
runs in the seventh to defeat;
Toronto, 7-5. Da rr ell Johnsoal
homered for Richmond and Joel
Amalfitano for Toronto.

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1 FOR SALE:-I948 Oldsmobile, FOR SALE:-Stereophonic roc- FOR SALE: Kenmore 1957. FOR SAM-Lute 500 and 1.006 ,.
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Foster cottages. between Santa FOR RENT:-T h r 4 a bedroom .,;
meet in the Norm NisAdmit'
, Clara and Rio Hate. New low apartment at Cangreici. Two automatic transmission, duty ords. Classical and popular. Big automatic dryer 5175.00. Qtrs.
assortment. AGENCIAS D I A Z 299-A Albrook MB. Phone 86- Urbanisation, atrial the Runes
1111f4tes. Phone Balboa 1866. bathrooms, maid's room with paid. Good transportation, apply -By SAM.SHULSKY
bathroom, large kitchen, porch, house No. 0257-D, Ave. Ridge 37th Street No. 6-A. 3102 can be seen anytime after Racetrack. AO lets with street
- 8:00 cm. fronts. 'towage, water male and
PHILLIPS Oceamige Cottages garage, hot water, large living- Gamboa. Going vacation? Grand sale In- electricity. Call W. Mclarnett.
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa- dining room. "0" Street and Al- --------- diens pre-Colombian motis. Take FOR SALE:-Leaving immedia- Tel. 4-0976. ,
soma 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. berto N Raquel Building. FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine.
sport car in fine conditions For advantages. Arte Las Americas. tely, selling 12 cubic feet G.E. By SAM SHULSKY and Stanley Works is one of then
Tel 2-2379, 3-6170. 6
Balwin's furnished apartments information call 3-1141 be- National Aye. ref rigerator, Magic Chef stove hich I'm' sure the exchanges
chWaahgeetha erar yoovuerbuthya o
-wowuld welcome.
wclock and oven window. 1958 Miscellaneous
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone I FOR RENT:-In Cangrelo, two tween 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and
FOR SALE:-Frigidaire automatic Q. I noticed an interesting item
Chevrolet Impala, sport, hard toe, about Stanley Works but I can't
Smith, Gamboa 302. bedrooms apartment, two princi- after 5 p.m. 3-3069.
washer, good condition. $100.00. all like new. Call 3-1566.
rule of "Investigate before you in incnountilliter,
cnountilliter, incnountilliter, tre
, Fort Clayton. 5293. find the stock listed. I know it is
vest" remains the No. One rule.
1
i Houses Pal bathrooms. maid's room with --
bath, dinnette, porch, garage,
hot water, large living-diningroom.
Other room for host or of office
fice office "D" Street and Alberto Na- FOR SALE:71952 Mercury se sedcaanu
dcaanu sedcaanu 40adloboora, M2e8r7-AL-Matic, S375.
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FOR SALE:-1959 Thunderbird, FOR SALE:-Two 9x 1 2 rugs,
perfect condition. Bargain. House
2235, Carr St., Balboa, C.Z. FO RSALL-Weetinghouse dri drier,
er, drier, 12' G.E. Upright freezer;
sidewalk bike; portable typewrit typewriter;
er; typewriter; 21" Dumont TV.; Zenith Want to get rid of mildew and
mold? Try a bag of DI-GAS,
American Supply, 13-06. "I"
Street.. a?naboaeldacefirm because my grand grandfather
father grandfather used Stanley tools. Is this
f r o m the exchanges
any indication of value?
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A. No, indeed.
svi iisthobuet. IssaLd25intvoesstimzeoYn,t,.so,
I bought 100 Lewisohn Copper
FOR RENT:-4 bedroom ohs- varro. El Cangreio, Raquel Build- W,W tires, low mileage Car like
FOR S A L E: Encyclopedia, Tra 000000 nic; Kenmore sewing
let. All independent. No. 36. 7th inn. Tel. 2-2379, 3-6170. new. Color Black. Call 36-444
American educator, phone Bat- machine. Albrook Qtrs. 39, phone
Special Offers to know if ou think I
Street. Golf Heights information
FOR RENT:-Moderri three bed- evenings. 3-1594 working hours. boa 2-2602. 6142.
I polaciSdtahnley Works, as you say,tishaana
Zedema:Janis:in. clan if8a7c6t,
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make umpadyoura
2-2407. rooms apartment in Cangreio. 2 FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4 interruption. A. 1. Some friend!
- Tropical Fish complete Botta
bathrooms, maid's room with FOR SALE:-Heusehold articles. WANTID:-Illingual secretary The reason you don't find the 2. I see the stock quoted around
FOR SAM-Completely furnish- door sedan. standard 6, excellent
hatchery for sale Francis Millas
. bath. large kitchen, front porch condition $1150.00 Phone 2- 1544 Marearita. Phone 3-2481. with experience. SELECCION DI stock on the exchanges
ed conctete house ichalet) 2 Neave Las Cumbres.
bedrooms, hot water, extra large and back, garage, hot water, large .219S PERSONAL, S.A. Peikard'a Build- cause it isn't listed on any. It is own mind abont it.
liviag-diningroom and dinnette. -- - sold "over the counter." That
well. Rood facing Paitilla Air- FOR SALE:-All kind st born ing in front of Lottery Bldg. Tgl. 3. What do -you mean "invest "investlista
lista "investlista No. 109. Cali 3-0553. ''L" Street and Via Argentina, FOR SALE:--195 Buick Cent Centand
and Centand cartons., Fabrica Caietas Clof- Motorcycles 2-0451 and 1-2737. fact has no bearing whatsoever melee
------ autors Building. Tell. 2-2379, ury Hard Top Coupe, in excellent ford, Calle 0 21. El Econmiett. on its investment value, Q. I notiet you advised against
- FOR RENT; Three Isedroom 3-6170 condition, with Radio & W. W.
Tel. 2-0192. WANTED:-Bilingual secretary A stock traded over the counter a portfolio made up entirely of in-
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ficle.e. living room officc. dining- - ------- Tires. Selling price $1,650. Call with good knowledge of short- is traded between two brokers, surance stocks. I hold Connect!-
. FOR RENTI-A large. comfort- FOR SALE-Cushman scooter, I
room, Urge kitchen. maid's room Mrt. Brown, Panama 2-1759 FOR SALE: Wringer washer hand anti typing. Please sand all generally over the telephone. cut General and
wheeler, 2 speeds forward, 1 re- intend to buy
able apartment. It has one bed-
with bathroom. earzge, fot large from 2:00 to 5:00 p m. $60.00, baby bathinette, $5.00; the necessary information and (There is no actual, physical more and hold for at least 10
Sersity. Bella 'Vista. Tei. 3-7921. room, closet, living room. din- 1- - baby lump chair. $6.00; phone verse. in running coodition. $50.
Tel. Balboa 3464. experience with Picture and ealT over-the-counter market.) The years. What is your attitude on
I Nino ieore. porch, and kitchen. i FOR SALE:-1958 Opel 7000 Balboa 6370. ary desired to: Application to price is arrived at by private ne insurance stocks?
FOR RENTI-Cornnietely furnish- i All furnished. Will rent only to miles $1465. Coco Solo 3515. Position. P.O. Box 5295. Pan- gotiation between them. The com- A. I would advise against a
ed concrete house (chalet( 2 1 a serious and responsible person.
t FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile FOR SALE: One 1 e 0 e t e r ama, R. P. pany itself is not bound by'stock portfolio made up entirely of any
. bedrooms, hot water, extra largo La Crests, Avenida lose Gabriel
north. Road facirg Paitill, Air- Duque No. 32 Telephone Pan- I 4-door s e d a n, good running illl a t e dilv (Cushman) part ef two others. exchange regulations as to re- one industry. What's the point of
WANTED:-Radie technician for ports, etc. being so narrow-minded?
field No. 109. Call 3-0553. ama 3-1043 and 2-1045. I order Price $225.00, 1558-A Call Balboa 2995. full time employment. APPli A company with shares listed On Insurureeee stocks, as a ou
---- ----- Calabash, Balboa after 4 p.m. Peikard Zona Libre, S. A. Colon the N.Y Stock Exchange must are considered excellent gr P'
,
FOR RENT:-Chalet in Paitilla 1 FOR RENT:-Beautiful Duplex -- growth
Free Zone.
to American family, 3 bedroom. 1 in Canfreio. 2nd. floor. Cross FOR SALE:-1958 Ford 2-door SERVICES meet certain requiremtnts as to stocks. Connecticut General is one
WANTED:-Modern house to a frequency of reports, number of of the leaders.
maid's room. garage, yard, $80, ventilation, hot water. Informs- 8 cyl with radio. Phone 36-356. WANTID:-Analysicat Chemist,
month. Box 52, Curundu, C.Z. tion 3-6589. Coco Solo. Anytime. rent. Must have three bedrooms;
experience in quantitative tinkly-, shares outstanding, number of
two baths. Do not want apart- shareholders, etc.
TELEVISION SERVICE sis. In-organic branch. SELEC-
FOR RENT:-Chalet completely FOR RENT:-Furnished apart- FOR SALE:-I956 Chevrolet 4 ment. Call Panam 3-6722. be beTV,
TV, beTV, Radios, HI-FI Transkei. CION DE PERSONAL. Tel. 2-, Whenever the stock is traded, It Vacation School
furnished. living-dining room, ment, Army approved, clean. door sedan. 6 cylinder. standard tween 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
specialist. We service all: makes 0451, 2-277. is traded between, two brokers on
3 bedroom, aircondition, hot wa- modern building, convenient lo- shift, w.w. tires. Low mileage. the floor of the exchange, one re- 8 it r
ter, maid's room. garage. located cation. Automobile Row No. 36. Clean as a hound's tooth. Must Young man, North American and models. We don't pretend te
. presenting the seller, the other egms Monday
at 48th Street, Bella Vista. For be seen to be apPreciated. Call wishes to share apartment. Trav- guarantee sot work. Wa guar- is arrived at
Information call 3-4641, Pena- FOR RENT:-Modem two bed- Mrs Brown, Panama 2-1759, be- vels 34 time. 3-1427, 7:30 ante ft.
C F N Radio TV the buyer. The price t. I
et by open, wo-way am ion. r le At a
ma. 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon. 2:00 room apartments, g o o d view, tween 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. 3:30, 3-1971 after 4:30. CRAWFORD AGENCIIS, Tivell
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
two-way a,uction refers to the fact Margarita Church
p.m. to 5:00 p.m. $180.00. cool. maid's room, garaee Poro- ---- ---------- that all potential sellers' are of ofmar
mar ofmar building, El Cangrelo. S130. FOR SALE:-1956 Buick Special WANTED:-Experienced house- Sports Schecluie ,,
Calle Alberto Navarro, Tel. 2- four door, hard top sedan, in ex- keeper. No ironing required. Protect your home and proper- fering stock, all potential buyers A daily vacation Bible school
FOR RENT:-Top floor, house 2718. -. ,. cellent coiidition, equipped with Must sleep in. Good safari for ty against Insect damage. are bidding for stock. When the will b h Id t
e e a' the Margarita 11.
19, 37th St. and Cuba Ave. . ,.. radio. Selling price $1.125.00 right person, Brine, reference, to Prompt ecientific treatment Ns lowest offer and the highest "et nion Our
b ch June -11-19 each morn.
together there is a sale The
FOR RENT: Two bedroom Call Mr Vorihros, Panami 2- apartment No. 4, Plaza Building, emergency or monthly budget mg except the intervening Satur Satur(corner)
(corner) Satur(corner) appropriate for layer
offices. clinics, etc. Telephone 3- apartment. one with air condi- 1759, during buiiness hours. Calle Ricardo Arias, Campo Ale- basis. Telephone Proem Service, A varied sports scheduled on 'open' part refers to the fact that day and Sunday, June 13 and 14.
1076. tioner. Balladares Building. SCIFOSS ore. Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777. both radio and all transactions must be made in
television has been The general theme for the
, Santuario. Tel. 3-7921. FOR SALE:-Ford Fairlane 500, programmed or the Caribbean a loud, clear voice so that if any school is "Following Jesus" al
Victoria H a r d t o p, 1955 with Forces Network during the com- bystander wants to bid more, or
, all age levels there will be Bible
offer stock for less, he has
, Commercial Sites pwRiLcRoERNATpA: R-TmECNoTmsfraNbelew b01 va ec rkd, r i vr ea ,d i ot.sy oa-nt od n ew si ywo ry tirac:Isd. Wife Of Russian Nicaraguan Affair ing week. The events inclisde:
Radio (Baseball) chance "to get into the act." The
a study, worship g
reation d h ' tunes and rec.
an andicraft. An excel.
,, Cristobal. Garage Facilities. Tele- Very good-looking economical Saturday, June 6 New York transaction is then, printed,. on the lent staff has 'been recruited and
. ,,,
Owing, try7. coio.. -, ,.
car, excellent condition. $1075. - I ticker. se
FOR RENT:- 316.80 square No. 750-13, Balboa Road, Tel. 2- Sunday, June 7 New York vs sioindre'rte wtahnatt ttohegirritahealamy priellsg- the superintendent Mrs. William
vs Cleveland, 1 p.m. will serves under the direction ol
FOR RENT:-Modern two bed- Attache Granted Now Under Scruhny
4; meters, suitable for a warehouse 3745. Cleveland, 1 p.m. th R. Dixon. For the opening wor
room Duplex, hot water, Campo secretive or "hidden" about t e
workshop. garage, S Street, bo-
Alegre. Starting July 1st. TOE Monday, June 8 Chicago Ca n ship periods 'a 'select group ol
hveen Automobile Row and Fran- FOR SALE: 1957 Coronet Of OAS Committee
Milwaukee, 1:30 p.m. counter market. There a r e
2-2341 and 3-3379. Asylum In England Tuesday, June 0 ---: Cincinnati will give brief talks. Those not
speakers skilled in children's wort
t gipani Street, close to Auto Dodge hardtop, powerflyte, Ps. thousands of fine companies
Servicio. S235. Phone 2-0481 FOR RENT:-Apartment at El wsw, tropical overhead. excellent. WASHLNGTON, June 5 (UPI) vs Chicago, 2 p.m. traded on the counter market
,
office hours. $1840.00. Balboa 6370. registered should tontact Mrs
Cangreio. Furnished or unfur- LONDON, June 5 (UPI) -, A four-nation committee be- Wednesday June 10 Kansas Dixon immediately. 0 ) C
, I ?tithed. Two bedroom!, balcony FOR SALE: Singer roadster Mrs. Nilsa Dimitriev, the wile to it
gart. an sAnyeettigettion tcifiety C y va,New York, 1 p.m.,-, 4.-
, FOR RENT:-Modern locale for auVrounding, maid's room with 1953, good motor, tires, inex- of a former naval attache at ue a
t rrairie Vehether the armed Thursday, June 11 San Fran- Dodgers Clear East
' Sundayr-vsill be a special day
of sacraments at the U111011
,1 office. Just built. Cuba Ave. and bathroom, earage. hot water. pensive transportation. Ford Vie- the Russian embassy here, was conflict in Nicaragua threatens cisco vs Pittsburgh, 12:30 p.m. Church. At the 11 a.m. Margari
37th Street No. 19. Telephone Phone 2-2883 or 3-1318. toria 1954. new tires and bat- granted political asylum by the the peace of the hemisphere. Telovision ta service there will be Sacra.
1 3-P376.
FOR RENT:-Beautiful two bed- fiery, radio, excellent condition. British Home Office today. The committee, composed of Friday, June 5 Wrestling, 10 Hurdle Toward Home ments of Baptism and the Lord's
i Balboa 2-6329 (4:30 to 6:30 representatives of the United p.m. Red Bartien vs Alex Mol- Supper. In addition a class M
' 1 Rooms room apartment, very spacious,
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room, dining room, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in- only) see at 222-A, Ancon.
FOR SALBt-r.-Ford 1950 black The dark-haired wife of the
Russian diplomat and her fiveyeas-old
daugh
and white'cruar exhautt, skirts for political ter Lena,,asked
asylum in En States, Brazil, Mexico and Ilru- k
guay, was appointed last night
aftex tne Council of the Or- 16), 5:45 p.m.
gland ganization of American States a and Frank, Townsend vs Chris
Alvaroff. Preakness running (May
Saturday, June 6 Roller Der- in Chavez Ravine new members will be received is
the fellowship of the church. The
pastor's sermon-at the 0:30 cm.
, dividual wash tubs. garage, etc. LOS ANGELES (UPD-The last Coco Sole s,ervice and the 11 Ern.
lowered. Very good condition. on May 27 after her husband (OAS) voted to look Into the i
, FOR RENT:-Furnished room for Very cool. Enquire Yeside Gus- by, 2 p.m. Los Angelee Braves ' Margarita' service is entitled
Phone Gamboa 256. situation. hurdle cleared the Los Angeles
was hurriedly flOWn tO MOSCOW vs Hollywood Ravens. ,Bowling "Countin the
' i ewe person with good habits. temalan Embassy on 51 Street. D d tod
o gers ay
raced pell-mell to- g Cost."
;, Family house, chalet in Betania FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Star with Russian security agents. Derby, 4 pare Mixed' doubles Assisting the pastor in tbe min,
,, No. 614. FOR RENT:-In El Cangreio. By a vote of 17 to 2, the,OAS match and Ray Seddon vs Joe ward a new permanent nome in
. istry of hospitality will be Mrs,
Chief 4 door sedan, hydramatic. Chavez Ravine.
4 Furnished one bedroom apartment Her appearance at the Brit- council approved Nisaragua's Klein. Sports time, 5 p.m. Se- Harvey Smith and Miss Marion
Excellent condition. Qtrs. I I I, our o e
"I hope to. ,see p aing
a with dining, livingroom. porch,
Albrook phone 86-4144. ish FOreign Offiss, whieh turn- request for the inquiry into the bring Grand Prix, Gulfstream Smith at Margarita and Mr. and
; I Wanted to Buy hot water. Also unfurnished two
bedroom apartment. Call 3-7453. ' ed over toe case to the Home airlasa-ne invasion launched a- Park Handican, NCAA basketball game played m the new stadium
. Mrs, --Gordon,,.R. D
- next season"' Said Dodger owner -, ., -ss euermeyer al
Office, climaxes! a dramatic gainst he: territory over .the
, flea's, Skier Buddy Werner's run Coe Solos s
, FOR RENT:-Furnished art- Boats rr Motors
two-clay search for the mother weekend, allegedly from Costa Walter O'Malley yesterday. The
down Nose Dive Trail, at Stowe -
,
.
, WANTED:-54-58 Volkswagen. ment, $50.00. Via Forret 101, and child. Rica. Vt. occasion was the formal signing
of the Chavez Ravine contract be beHouse
House beHouse 225 Gatun phone 5-559. phone 3-2568. Sunday, June 7 Baseball De- Ant' DI
1- iscrimination
i FOR SALE:-15 ft. fiberglass They disappeared on Satur- Venezuela and Cuba voted a- troit vs Boston, 3:15 p.m. tween the Dodgers and the city
FOR RENT: Furnished one Thunderbird boat, 1959 Mercury day, May 23 en route to the gainst the proposal, Bolivia was Wednesday, June 10 -Wednes- of Los Angeles. 2"
, 47 h.p. motor, (electric, gen- Russian Embassy -holiday man- absent and Nicaragua, as the day Night Fight, 10 pan, -S
idsr Th si in -of the contra t I
A
p e gn. 2 1 ssura
u tt ,t ,. nces ven
GI I
. AUTOAC room apartment with hot water,
bathroom, kitchen, balcony, new erator), Champion trailer, acces- ,SiOn in Kent. Dimitriev had ar- party involved, was isot eligible Webb 'vs Neal Rivers, m I d d 1 e-
came elute 1-one year a er ,, ',4;
. furniture. Call 3-1789. sories, phone Curundu 3244. tanged to meet his wife and to vote. Eleven votes were nec- weights (fought April 22). was approve4 by the, TOt r ..,
. Has Jiffy Kits for child there. They left their essary for approval. Thursday. June 11 All Star And it opened the" way' for the Bv Boston Red lov
I Carburetor Tune-Up FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart- FOR SALE:-Cabin cruiser, Car- Bayswater apartment in the Golf, 7 pm. Fight of the Week, 10 city to startwith two million del- -,
mem. Sitting-dining room and ohne No. 290, 26 foot, 102 h. morning but never showed up The special committee, head- p.m. R
- oger Sonny Ray vs Ro- lars worth of site. preparation at ROSTON (UPI) The Massa Massa15th
15th Massa15th & Central Ave. service. Ave. 73. No. 63. Coco p., gray engine. Call Panama 3- at the country home. ed by Uruguayan ambassador aue Maravilla, lightweight from the ravine subject to months chusetts Commission against Dis,
. i COLON del Mar, San Francisco. 4711. Julio A. LaCarte, was directed Chicago. of legal battles. crimination has been assured by
.' i
... FOR RENT: Two bedroom 16 ft. inboard 230 h.p. Chrysler Soviet embassy officials tried to gather information to deter
The city now can, go ahead with the Boston Red Sox that the -team
r
apartment, living-dining room, motor with trailer. Will sell all for two days to track them mine what further measures s plans to rezone the ray and the has not and will not discriminate
I down. Then they called on should be taken by the council. I 11
e fist Ministers sitepreparation called for in the against athletes or other employes
,, 1 ARRIVING SOON balcony. hot water installation.
Eusebio Morales Avenue. El Can- for value of motor, $250. ABER ABERNATHY.
NATHY. ABERNATHY. Scotland Yard for help. Sources said the four-man
contract. The 300 acres in the ra- because of race.-
greio. Phone 3-7138. group probably would go to Ni Ni1
1 Ni1 the ---- New 18 ft. Cabin Cruiser (Sea After Mrs. Dimitriev asked calagua, possibly today. The T k 6
a e ovf Reins vine then will be turned over to T h e commission announced
,
the Dodgers. Wednesday that it had completed
t FOR RENT: 0 n e bedroom Knight) completely finished and for asylum in Britain the Rus- committee planned a morning 4
"I German apartment living-dining room,
kitchen. balcony. Corner of 50th painted. Reduced from $775.00 Mans explained that she had meeting at the Pan American 0-
to $575.00. Also racing tuna- fallen out with her husband. Union here. t Singapore Male O'Malley said the new stadium an investigation of charges of re. I
originally would have 52,000 seats, cial discrimination made against
but would be' built so additional the Red Sox by the Boston branch
street and Ricardo Arias No. 17. bout. Make offer. ABERNATHY.
FORD TAUNUS $72.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
1 SINGAPORE, June 5 (UPI)
over the newly created independent wings c
capacity to 90,000. vancement of Col
"Now," said O'Malley, "I don't Ministerial All
want anybody to get the idea t
hat American Vetera
la
ored People, the
nce and the
ns Committee of
ould be added to up the of the National Assn. for the Ad.
Tudors, 'orders, Station wagons apartment living-dining room, Personals e
A leftist gov rnment formally took
1' kitchen, balcony. 45th street. UNITED FRUIT COMPANY state of Singapore today. h I
we are going to movesup to '90,- Massac usetts, nc.
J al COSMOS, S Ai $73.00. Phone 3-4994.
----- ---
FOR RENT: Two bedroom ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 000 seats rapidly.
Lee Kean Yew was sworn in as "We have carefully gauged the o The investigation was touched
fl earlier this year when the Red
. DRAWER "A" DIABLO GREAT WHITE FLEET prime minister and eight other cost of the improvereeets includ- Sox announced tbaf Elijah (Pump (PumpFrangluent
Frangluent (PumpFrangluent front National Stadium apartment in Guizado Ave. No. BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
I 64, San Francisco. Tel. 4-0553. PHONE BALBOA 3709 party took their oaths as ministers the recreational areas'to be be- wtiuld be sent back to the minors
members of the People's Action ing parking lots, 52,000 se'ats sod sie) Green, a negro infielder,
.,
.
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New Orleans Service Sails Arrives of state. tweetf 12 million and' 13-million after spring training.
.,.
dollars," he added. ',ss. s The NAACP then charged that
,
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Cristobal Queen's representative Sir Wil- The Dodger head man painted the incident, together with past in
YAQUE May 31 June 6 ham Goode officiated at the brief out this se'
ill be the first major cdents involving Red Sox hirihg
t
,
,'Il
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Q E June 23 July a corps, in attendance. A crowd es- kee Stadium. kesmendenied the charges.
. spo
, A,,,1,11 tit G ul 1 t A U
MORAZAN" June 30 Julv I timated at 5,000 persons waited
-
t MORAZAN June 6 June 13 ceremony with about soo perions, league park since 1923 built with policy produced a "pattern" of re.
silLUA June 17 June 24 including the entire diplomasic private funds. The last was Yan- cial disci' i
rin nation, Red Sox
.1 I
1 I
I CIF 1, 1 e r, co .,3 I 0 e
i outside the city hall to cheer the ..
,' I doss
Advertise in this section Ads only co t $0 85
s per col. inch Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo new ministers.
LI The Pacific Steam navigation Company
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Yesterday a portrait of Queen
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1140)
I ....... New York Service Sails Cristobal
Elizabeth was removed from the FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
, Arrives chamber in which the oaths were
S6, LIFE INSURANCE HONORS SKY-WATCHERS
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE 1 WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e sPAR1SMINA June 6 June II administere
d A city hall spokes- TO COLOIVfBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
call Govern meht Employes House has approved a resolution LIMON June 13 June IS man said 'There's no significance MN. "SANTANDER" June 11
.,
JIM RIDGE Service Personnel honoring civilian volunteers of the IIEREDIA June 20 June 25 at all" to the action. MN. "COTOPAXI" June 16
Finance YOUr New Or Ground Observer Corps "for their JUNIOR June 27 July 2
General Agent
't Gibraltar Life ins. Co.. Used Car devotion, sacrifice and spirit.' A STEAMER Juiv 4 Jule 9 The Prime Minister announced TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
. the following portfolios: Dr. Toh KINGSTON., HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
L stor rate" and information The resolution said the corps, a AND FRANCE
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo Chi Chal, deputa prime minister;
,I. Tel., Psiname 2-0552 ClOVERNMENT which was inactivated Jan. 31, LS. "REINA tiLrL MAR"
Monday thru Friday- Ong -Eng Guan, national develop develop,r,,,,
,r,,,, develop,r,,,, '1' 9:00 Atm. to 12:00 EMPLOYES FINANCE Co. 'nade a "great contribution' to
ment minister; Ahmed Ibrahim, (Air-conditioned) (20,225 Tons) ., June 14
I
. dancer ,Rita Renoir said today Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
. No 43 Automobile Pow
i- she would contact attorneys to de de.
. de. Listen To Boon, interior minister; and Yong
, fend her "freedom of strip-teas- York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco Nyu Kinn, education mlniater. ROyAL MAIL. LINES LTD.HOLLAND
,
.
The OAS All Types of Auto Insurance I
ing from critical Italian offieials. and Seattle ," AMERICA LINE ,' -i
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
"
! 2:011 p.m. to 5:00
hardily. 0:00 a.m. to 12:00 LOW RATES FP TO 36 Mo.
,-- on new cars
ABENCY DEHLINOER
Phone 3-4984- 3-4985 the nation's security.
DEFENDS "BARE' RIGHTS
MILAN, Italy (UPI) French
Rita was ordered to leave Italy TEXITA
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FREEDER SERVICE
h
Every (15) Days n
....... bealth minister; Goh Ken Swee, fi-
once minister; K. M. Byrne, la- ,,,.
or and law minister; S. Rajaret. M.V. "SALAMANCA"
nam, culture minister: On Pang S.S. "CUZCO"
,, TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
t jun 14
.j...June 21
' .. TAIL NOOK PROJECT SA. "DALERDYK" ..June 8
' after police halted her act at the
' Wanamerican BC02Y BUDGI E
.rt,
' SS. "DONGEDY" ,,,. oo June 16
, Maschere Theater here. SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE PASSENGER FMtES FROM
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (UPI)-- i
..i", r, CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA: TO UKCONTINENT
':' Record Sizow SHEFFIELD. England (UPI)- WOW SOME CHOW Republic Aviation Corp. said to- SS. IDINTELDYK" t,.....June 14 I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collins, both INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPD- To New York and Return S215.00 day it, has received a 2121,000 Air SS. "LOCH RYAN" June 15
i To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return ..2400.00 Force contract to develop a tail
av
teetotallers, said today the pa- The five million persons who tr
I ) (
'' ) i2:30 p.m. rakeet they found perched on eled the northern Indiana Toll
their doorstep must have come !toad last year bought 1,250,0n0 TELEPHONES: hook to enable Air Force fighters
to land on short runways in the .
su, sAILINGS SUI3JECT TO CHANGE wrrnour NOTICE 1
-
''ri -.. HOG-YCN 081110 manner that Navy planes
from a pub. "I'm a boozer," the hamburgers. 107.000 ham sand- TELEPHONES:
iir.:- ..!
1 ',.' Every Sunday bir says repeatedly. "My nameiwiehes and 26,600 hot dogs ( n- CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA,2-2904 land on carriers. The hook to be
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12571 Balboa 2-1905
,,1; 'l, 1 1 IR Mickey Damn. Fill 'eni up, rflule, IIIP Toll Road Commission developed would be 'attached to
's' an F-84F Thunderstreak.
.;t, .,... George." disclosed today. ... ,
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sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
you have a commercial
contract.
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Foster cwt.'s between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
4"Vtitot. Rhona Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanus Cottages
Santa Class S. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3- 11177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Balwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
Houses
FOR RENT:---4 bedroom cha chalet.
let. chalet. All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street. Golf Heights information
2-2407.
FOR SAMCompletely furnish furnished
ed furnished conciate house ichalet) 2
bedrooms, hot water, extra large
ittorch. Rood facing Paitilla Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Cali 3-0553.
FOR RENT; -- Three bedroom
Oteite. living room 'Him dining diningroom.
room. diningroom. ;ergs kitchen. maid's room
with bathroom. starves, tot large
farn3y. Bella 'Vista, Tei. 3-7921.
FOR RENTICompletely furnish furnished
ed furnished concrete house (chalet 2
bedrooms, hot water. ext,li largo
north. Rood facirsi Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Cali 3-0551.
FOR RENT:--Chalet in Paitilla
to American family, 3 bedroom.
maid's room. garage, yard. S80,
month. Box 52, Curundu, C.Z.
FOR RENT:Chalet completely
furnished. living-dining room.
3 bedroom, aircondition, hot wa water,
ter, water, maid's room. garage. located
at 48th Street, Bella Vista. For
information call 3-4641, Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon. 2:00
p.m. to 5:00 p.m. $180.00.
FOR RENT:Top Moor, house
19, Eith St. and Cuba Ave.
(corner) appropriate for layer
offices. clinics, etc. Telephone 3-
1078.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT:- 316 80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop. garage, S Street, be behveen
hveen behveen Automobile Row and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. $23S. Phone 2-0481
pities hours.
FOR RENT:--Modern locale for
office. Just built. Cuba Ave. and
37th Street No. 19. Telephone
3-1076.
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room for
two person with good habits.
Family house. chalet in Betania
No. 614.
I
Wonted to Buy
WANTED:-54-58 Volkswagen.
House 225 Gatun phone 5-559.
AUTOAC
Has Jiffy Kits for
Carburetor Tune-Up
15th & Central Ave.
COLON
ARRIVMG SOON
the
German
FORD TAUNUS
Tudors, 'orders, Station Wagons
al COSMOS, S. Ai
Frangipani front National Stadium
i
MS.
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LIFE INSUR A NCE
cal,
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rotor and information
Tel., !imams 2-0552
Monthly thru Friday
9:00 ,a.m. to 12:00
2:011 p.m to 5:00
Saturday. 9:00 amt. ta 12:00
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The OAS
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Record Slz ow ow12:30
12:30 ow12:30 p.m.
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Apartments
FOR RENT:T h rag bedroom
Apartment at Cangreici. Two
bathrooms, maid's room with
bathroom, large kitchen, porch,
garage, hot water, large living livingdining
dining livingdining room. "D" Street and Al Alberto
berto Alberto N Raquel Building.
Tel 2-2379, 3-6170.
FOR RENT:In Cangreio, two
bedrooms apartment, two princi princiPal
Pal princiPal bathrooms, maid's room with
bath, dinnette, porch, garage,
hot water, large living-diningroom.
Other room for host or of office
fice office "D" Street and Alberto Na Navarro.
varro. Navarro. El Cangreio, Raquel Build Building
ing Building Tel. 2-2379, 3-6170.
FOR RENT:Modern three bed bedrooma
rooma bedrooma apartment in Cangreio. 2
bathrooms, maid's room with
bath, large kitchen. front porch
and back, garage, hot water, large
living-diningroom and dinnette.
''L" Street and Vit Argentina,
Aurora Building. Tell. 2-2379,
3-6170
FOR RENTIA large. comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room. din dinning
ning dinning ,pons. porch. and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent onlv to
a serious and responsible person.
La Crests, Avenida lose Gabriel
Duque tsto. 32 Telephnne Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT:BeRutiful Duplex
in Canereio, 2nd. floor. Cross
ventilation, hot water. Informs-
Sion 3-6589.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army approved. clean.
modern building, convenient lo location.
cation. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT:Modem two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments, good view,
cool. maid's room, garage. Foto Fotomar
mar Fotomar building. El Cangreio S130
Calle Alberto Navarro, Tel. 2-
2718.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment. one with air condi conditioner.
tioner. conditioner. Balladares Building. SCIFOSS
Santuario. Tel. 3-7921.
FOR R E N T: Comfortable
'Wil-COX APARTMENTS," New
Cristebal. Garage facilities. Tele TelePhone11117.
Phone11117. TelePhone11117. Co Iv. -c
FOR RENT:Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom Duplex, hot water, Campo
Alegre. Starting July ist. Talc
2-2341 and 3-3379.
FOR RENT:--Apartment at El
Canoe Furnished or unfur unfurn;shed.
n;shed. unfurn;shed. Two bedroom!, balcony
suirounding, maid's rCiom with
bathroom, oarage. hot water.
Phone 2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT:--Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, very spacious,
best section of Campo Alegre.
Living room, dining room, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's room, hot water, in individual
dividual individual wash tubs. garage, etc.
Very cool. Enquire Yeside Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan Embassy on 51 Street.
FOR RENT:--In El Cangrein.
Furnished one bedroom apartment
with dining, livingroom, porch,
hot water. Also unfurnished two
bedroom apartment. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT:---Furnished ail ailment,
ment, ailment, 850 00. Via Porn' 101,
phone 3-2568.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
room apartment with hot water,
bathroom, kitchen, balcony, new
furniture. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT:--2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment Sitting-dining room and
service. Ave. 7a. No. 63, Coco
del Mar, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living-dining room,
balcony. hot water installation.
Eusebio Morales Avenue. El Can Canoreio.
oreio. Canoreio. Phone 3-7138.
FOR RENT: 0 n e bedroom
apartment living-dining room,
kitchen, balcony. Corner of 50th
street and Ricardo Arias No. 17.
572.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment living-dining room,
kitchen, balcony, 45th street.
573.00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment in Guizado Ave. No.
64, San Francisco. Tel. 4-0553.
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FOR SALL-1948 Oldsmobile,
automatic transmission, duty
paid. Good transportation, apply
house No. 0257-D, Ave. Ridge
Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Sunbean Alpine,
sport car in fine conditions. For
information call 3-1141 be between
tween between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and
after 5 p.m. 3-3069.
FOR SALE:--1952 Mercury se sedan
dan sedan 4 door, Mer-A-Matic, S375.
Call Balboa. 2871.
FOR SALE:-1959 Thunderbird,
W W tires, low mileage Car like
new. Color Black. Call 36-444
evenings. 3-1594 working hours.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4
door sedan. standard 6, excellent
condition $1150.00 Phone 2-
2198
FOR SALF:--1957 Buick Cent Century
ury Century Hard Top 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:-1958 Opel 7000
miles 51465. Coco Solo 3515.
FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile
4-door seda n, good running
order Price $225.00, 1558-A
Calabash, Balboa after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1958 Ford 2-door
8 cyl with radio Phone 36-3S6,
Coco Solo. Anytime.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4
door sedan. 6 cylinder. standard
shift, w.w. tires. Low mileage.
Clean as a hound's tooth. Must
be seen to be appreciated. Call
Mrs Brown. Panama 2-1759, be between
tween between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:--1956 Buick Special
four door, hard top sedan, in ex excellent
cellent excellent co'ndition, equipped with
radio. Selling price $1325.00
Call Mr 'ikohros, Panami 2-
E759. during business hours.
FOR SALE:Ford Fair lane 500,
Victoria Hardto p, 1955 with
Overdrive,' two-tone ivory and
black, radio, and WSW tires.
Very good-looking economical
car, excellent condition. $1075,
No 750-B, Balboa Road, Tel. 2-
3745.
FOR SALE: 1957 Coronet
Dodge hardtop, powertlyte, Ps,
wsw, tropical overhead. excellent.
$1840.00. Balboa 6370.
FOR SALE: Singer roadster
1953, good motor, tires, inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive transportation. Ford Vic Victoria
toria Victoria 1954. new tires and bat battery,
tery, battery, radio, excellent condition.
Balboa 2-632S' l4:30 to 6:30
only) see at 222-A, Anson.
FOR SALgtFord 1950 black
and white': crud exhaust, skirts
lowered. Very good condition.
Phone Gamboa 256.
FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac Star
Chief 4 door sedan, hvdramatic.
Excellent condition. Qtrs. 111,
Albrook, phone 86-4144.
BoOtsTi Motors
FOR SALE:-15 ft. fiberglass
Thunderbird boat, 1959 Mercury
47 h p. motor, (electric, gen generator),
erator), generator), Champion trailer, acces accessories,
sories, accessories, phone Curundu 3244.
FOR SALE:Cabin cruiser, Car Caroline
oline Caroline No. 290, 26 foot, 102 h.
p gray engine. Call Panama 3-
,1711.
16 ft. inboard 230 h p. Chrysler
motor with trailer. Will sell all
for value of motor, $250. ABER ABERNATHY.
NATHY. ABERNATHY. New 18 ft. Cabin Cruiser (Sea
Knight) completely finished and
painted. Reduced from $775.00
to $575 00. Also racing runa runabout.
bout. runabout. Make offer. ABERNATHY.
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WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House has approved a resolution
honoring civilian volunteers of the
Ground Observer Corps "for their
devotion, sacrifice and spirit.'
The resolution said the corps,
which was inactivated Jan. 31,
made a "great contribution' to
the nation's security.
DEFENDS "BARE' RIGHTS
MILAN, Italy (UPI) French
dancer ,Rita Renoir said today
she would contact attorneys to de defend
fend defend her "freedom of strip-teasing"
from critical Italian officials.
Rita was ordered to leave Italy
after police halted her act at the
Maschere Theater here.
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
The five million persons who trav traveled
eled traveled the northern Indiana Toll
!load last year bought 1,250,0n0
hamburgers. 107.000 ham sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and 20,600 hot dogs (
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FOR SALE:Stereophonic rec records.
ords. records. Classical and popular. Big
assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th Street No. 6-A.
Going vacation? Grand sale In Indians
dians Indians pre-Colombian motis. Take
advantages. Arts Las Americas.
National Ave.
FOR SALE:Frigidaira automatic
washer, good condition. $100.00.
Fort Clayton. 5293.
FOR SALE:Two 9x12 rugs,
perfect condition. Bargain. House
2235. Carr St., Balboa, C.Z.
FOR S A L. E: Encyclopedia,
American educator, phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2602.
Tropical Fish complete Botta
hatchery for sale Francis Mil las
Neave Las Cumbres.
FOR SALE:All kind of boxes
and cartons. Fabrica Caiotas Clof Clofford,
ford, Clofford, Calle 0 21. El Econmito.
Tel. 2-0192.
FOR SALE: Wringer washer
$60 00, baby batbinetta, $5.00;
baby lump chair. $6.00; phone
Balboa 6370.
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WANTED:Modern house to
rent. Must have three bedrooms;
two baths. Do not want apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Call Panam 3-6722. be between
tween between 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Young man, North American
wishes to share apartment. Tray Trayvels
vels Trayvels 34 time. 3-1427, 7:30
3:30, 3-1971 after 4:30.
WANTED:Experienced house housekeeper.
keeper. housekeeper. No ironing required.
Must sleep in. Good eaters for
right person, Bring references to
apartment No. 4, Plaza Building,
Calle Ricardo Arias, Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. Wife Of Russian
Attache Granted
Asylum In England
LONDON, June 5 (UM
Mrs. Nttia Dimitriev, the wife
of a former naval attache at
the Russian embassy here, was
granted political asylum by the
British Home Office today.
The dark-haired wife of the
Russian diplomat and her fiveytaz-old
daughter Lena Aisked
for political asylum in England
on May 27 after her husband
was hurriedly 110W11 tO MOSCOW
with Russian security agents.
Her appearance at the Brit British
ish British Foreign Offi-c, which turn turned
ed turned over toe case to the Home
Office, climaxe:l a dramatic
two-day cearch for the mother
and child.
They disappeared on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, May 23 en route to the
Russian Embassy 'holiday man manision
ision manision in Kent. Dimitriev had ar arVanged
Vanged arVanged to meet his wife And
child there. They left their
Bayswater apartment in the
morning but never showed up
at the country home.
Soviet embassy officials tried
for two days to track them
down. Then they called on
Scotland Yard for help.
After Mrs. Dimitriev asked
for asylum in Britain the Rus Russians
sians Russians explained that she had
fallen out with her husband.

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FOR SALE: Kenmore 1957
automatic dryer $175.00. Qtrs.
299-A Albrook AFL Phone 8E 8E3102
3102 8E3102 can be soon anytime after
S :00 a.m.
FOR SALE:--Leaving Immodia Immodiahilly,
hilly, Immodiahilly, selling 12 cubic toot G.E.
refrigerator, Magic Chet stove
wclock and oven window. 1958
Chevrolet Impala, sport, hard toe.
all like new. Call 3-1566.
I
FO RIALLWestinghouse dri drier,
er, drier, 12' G.I. Upright freezer;
sidewalk bike; portable typewrit typewriter;
er; typewriter; 21" Dumont TN.; Zenith
Tra 000000 nic; Kenmore sewing
machine. Albrook Qtrs. II, phone
6142.
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FOR SAMHousehold sold's.
1544 Meroarito. Phone 3-24111.
IMotorcycles I
FOR SALECushman scooter, I
wheeler, 2 speeds forward, I re reverse.
verse. reverse. in running condition. $50.
Tel. Balboa 3464.
FOR SALE: One scooter
, (Cushman) Dart if two others.
Call Balboa 2995.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, HI-FI Transkei.
specialist. We service all make.
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee oar work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCtES,
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect itamag
Prompt scientific treatment se
emergenry of montbly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Nicaraguan Affair
Now Under Scrutiny
Of OAS Committee
WASHINGTON, June 5 (UPI)
A four-nation committee ne nem
m nem an Imeatigation today to
determine' iVhether the'irmed
conflict in Nicaragua threatens
the peace of the hemisphere.
The committee. composed of
representatives of the United
States, Brazil, Mexico and Uru Uruguay,
guay, Uruguay, was appointed last night
afttx tne qouncil of the Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States
(OAS) voted to look Into the
situation.
By a vote of 17 to 2, the,OAS
council approved Nlearagua's
request for the inquiry into the
airly.:rne invasion launched a against
gainst against her territory over the
weekend. allegedly from Costa
Rica.
Venezuela and Cuba voted a against
gainst against the proposal, Bolivia was
absent and Nicaragua, as the
party involved, was not eligible
to vote. Eleven votes were nec necessary
essary necessary for approval.
The special committee, head headed
ed headed by Uruguayan ambassador
Julio A. La Carte, was directed
to gather information to deter
mine what further measures
should be taken by the council.
Sources said the four-man
group probably would go to Ni Nicatagua,
catagua, Nicatagua, possibly today. The
committee planned a morning
meeting at the Pan American
Union here.
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Real Estate
FOR SARILeta SOO and 1.000
mesa. in the Wiese Hinbdrerno
Urbanization atreell the Romeo
Racetrack. AO lets with street
hen's. sewage. water main and
eiectricity. Call W. Mcilarnett.
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Want to pet rid of mildew and
mold? Try a bag of DI-GAS,
American Supply, 11-06. "j"
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Special Offers
WANTED:Bilingual secretary
with experience. SELECC1ON DE
PERSONAL, S.A. Peikard's Build Building
ing Building in front of Lottery Bldg. TO.
2-0451 and 1-2717.
WANTED:--Bilingual secretary
with good knowledge of short shorthand
hand shorthand and typing. Please send ell
the necessary information and
experience with picture and sail.
ary desired to: Application to
Position. P.O. lox 5295. Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, R. P.
WANTED:Radio tochnician for
full time omployment. Apply
Peikard Zona Libre, S. A. Colon
Freo Zone.
WANTED:Analytical Chemist,
'aperients in quantitative snail,.
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U.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
A varied sports scheduled on
both radio and television has been
programmed or the Caribbean
Fortes Network during the com coming
ing coming week. The events include:
Radio (Baseball)
Saturday, June 6 New York
vs Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Sunday, June 7 New York vs
Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Monday, June 8 Chicago vs
Milwaukee, 1:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June ; Cincinnati
va Chicago, 2 p.m.
Wednesday June 10 Kansas
City itst New York, 1 p.m,-
Thursday, June 11 San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco vs Pittsburgh, 12:30 p.m.
Television
Friday, June 5 Wrestling, 10
p.m. Red Bartien vs Alex Mol Molka
ka Molka and Frank, Townsend vs Chris
Alvaroff. Preakness running (May
16), 5:45 p.m.
Saturday, June 6 Roller Der Derby,
by, Derby, 2 p.m. Los Angeles Braves
vs Hollywood Ravens. ,Bo-,viing
Derby, 4 pm. Mixedl doubP2s
match and Ray Seddon vs Lee
Klein. Sports thine, 5 p.m. Se Sebring
bring Sebring Grand Prix, Gulfstream
Park Handicap, NCAA basketball
finals, Skier Buddy Werner's run
down Nose Dive Trail, at Stowe,
Vt.
Sunday, June 7 Baseball De Detroit
troit Detroit vs Boston, 3:15 p.m.
Wednesday, June 10 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fight, 10 p.m, Spider
Webb vs Neal Rivers, middl e eweights
weights eweights (fought April 22).
Thursday. June 11 All Star
Golf, 7 p.m. Fight of the Week, 10
p.m. Roger Sonny Ray vs Ro Ro!nue
!nue Ro!nue Maravilla, lightweight from
Chicago.
leftist Ministers
Take Govt. Reins
Of Singapore Male
SINGAPORE, June 5 (UPI)
A leftist government formally took
over the newly created independent
state of Singapore today.
Lee Kuan Yew was sworn in as
prime minister and eight other
members of the People's Action
party took their oaths as ministers
of state.
Queen's representative Sir Wil William
liam William Goode officiated at the brief
ceremony with about 100 persbns,
including the entire diplomaLic
corps, in attendance. A crowd es estimated
timated estimated at 5,000 persons waited
outside the city hall to cheer the
new ministers.
Yesterday a portrait of Queen
Elizabeth was removed from the
chamber in which the oaths were
administered. A city hall spokes spokesman
man spokesman said 'There's no significance
at all" to the action.
The Prime Minister announced
the following portfolios: Dr. Toh
Chi Chai, deput) prime minister;
Ong Eng Guan, national develop development
ment development minister; Ahmad Ibrahim,
health minister; Goh Ken Swee, fi finance
nance finance minister; K. M. Byrne, la labor
bor labor and law minister; S. Rajaret RajaretDam,
Dam, RajaretDam, culture minister: On Pang
Boon, interior minister; and Yong
Nyu Ki lin, education miniater.
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TAIL HOOK PROJECT
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (UPI)--
Republic Aviation Corp. said to today
day today it, has received a $121,000 Air
Force contract to develop a tail
hook to enable Air Force fighters
to land on short runways in the
Mlle manner that Navy planes
land on carriers. The hook to be
developed would be httached to
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Inviitoi'i Guide-By
SAII SHULSKY

By SAM SHULSKY
Q. I noticed an interesting item
about Stanley Works but I can't
find the stock listed. I know it is
an old firm because my grand grandfather
father grandfather used Stanley tools. Is this
?absence from the exchanges
any indication of value?
A. No, indeed.
Stanley Works, as you say, is an
old line company. In fact, it has
paid dividends since 1876 without
interruption.
The reason you don't find the
stock on the exchanges is be because
cause because it isn't listed on any. It is
sold "over the counter. That
fact has no bearing whatsoever
on its investment value.,
A stock traded over the counter
is traded between two brokers,
generally over the telephone.
(There is no actual, physical
over-the-counter market.) The
price is arrived at by private ne
gotiation between them. The com company
pany company itself is not bound by' stock
exchange regulations as to re reports,
ports, reports, etc.
A company with shares listed on
the N.Y Stock Exchange must
meet certain requiremtnts as to
frequency of reports, number of
shares outstanding, number of
shareholders, etc.
Whenever the stock is traded, it
is traded between, two brokers on
the floor of the exchange, one re representing
presenting representing the seller, the other
the buyer. The price is arrived at
by open, two-way auction. The
two-way auction refers to the fact
that all potential sellers' are of offering
fering offering stock, all potential buyers
are bidding for stock. When the
lowest offer and the highest get
together there is a sale. The
'open' part refers to the fact that
all transactions must be made in
a loud, clear voice so that if any
bystander wants to bid more, or
offer stock for less, he has a
chance "to get into the act" The
transaction is then printed,. on the
ticker. 44.
I don't want to give the impres impression
sion impression here that there is anything
secretive or "hidden" about the
counter market. There a r e
,thousands of fine companies
I traded on the counter market
Dodgers Clear last
Hurdle Toward Home
in Chavez Ravine
LOS ANGELES (IIPI)The last
hurdle cleared the Los Angeles
Dodgers today raced pell-mell to toward
ward toward a new permanent home in
Chavez Ravine.
"I hope to see our opening
game played in' the new stadium
next season," Said Dodger owner
Walter O'Malley yesterday. The
occasion was the formal signing
of the Chavez Ravine contract be between
tween between the Dodgers and the city
of Los Angeles.
The signing of, the contract
came exactlyone year' aftey it
was approvel4 by the. Toters,
And it opened the 'way for thi
city to start with two million dol dollars
lars dollars worth of site- preparation at
the ravine subject to months
of legal battles.
The city now can go ahead with
plans to rezone the ravine and the
site preparation called for in the
contract. The 300 acres in the ra ravine
vine ravine then will be turned over to
the Dodgers.
O'Malley said the new stadium
originally would have 52,000 seats,
but would be built so additional
wings could be added to up the
capacity to 90,000.
"Now," said O'Malley, "I don't
want anybody to get the idea that
we are going to move up to '90,-
000 Reats rapidly.
"We have carefully gauged the
cost of the improvements includ including
ing including parking lots, 52)000 seats and
the recreational ater'to be be betweeff
tweeff betweeff 12 million and' 13-million
dollars," he added.
The Dodger head man pointed
out this will be the first major
league park since 1923 built with
private funds. The last was Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium.
The Pacific Steam
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and Stanley Works is one of then
which I'm' sure the exchanges
would welcome.
Whether you buy on the
changes or over the counter,
rule of "Investigatf before you in.
vest' remains the No. One rule.
Q. On the advice of a friend,
I bought 100 Lewisohn Copper
Corp. at PO a share. I would like
to know if you think I mods a
bad investment.
A. 1. Some friend!
2. I see the Kock quoted around
$1.25 to $1.50, So. make up your
own mind aboUt It.
3. What do you mean "invest "investment"?
ment"? "investment"? Q. notite 'you advised against
a portfolio made up entirely of in insurance
surance insurance stocks. I hold Connecti Connecticut
cut Connecticut General and intend to buy
more and hold for at least 10
years. What is your attitude on
insurance stocks?
A. I would advise against a
portfolio made up entirely of any
one industry. What's the point of
being so narrow-minded?
InsururanCe.stocks, as a group,
are considere'd excellent growth
stocks. Connecticut General is one
of the leaders.
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Vacation School
Begins Monday
Al Margarita Church

A daily vacation Bible school
will be held at the Margarita U.
nion Church June 8-19 each morn.
ing except the intervening Satur.
day and Sunday, June 13 and 14.
The general theme for the
school is "Following Jesus" al
all age levels there will be Bible
study, worship, games and rec.
reation and handicraft. An excel.
lent staff has 'been recruited and
will serve-, under the direction ol
the superintendent Mrs. William
R. Dixon. For the opening won
ship periods 'a select group oi
speakers skilled in children's wort
will give brief talks. Those nol
registered should tontact Mrsh
Dixon immediately.
Sundayr-will be a special da7 1
of sacraments at the Union
Church. At the 11 a.m. Margari.
ta service there will be Sacra.
ments of Baptism and the Lord's
Supper. In addition a class M
new members be received in
the fellowship of the church. The
pastor's sermonat the 9:30 cm,
Coco Solo service and the 11 cm.
Margarita' service is ntitled
"Counting the Cost."
Assisting the. pastor in tbe min,
istry of hospitality will be Mrs,
Harvey Smith and Miss Marion
Smith at Margarita and Mr. and
'Mrs, Gordonjt. Deuermeyer al
Coe Solo; t,

Anti-Discrimination
surances Given
Bv BOston Red lox
ROSTON CUM The Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts Commission against Dis.
crimination has been assured by
the Boston Red Sox that the team
has not and will not discriminate
against athletes or other employes
because of race.
T h e commission announced
Wednesday that it had completed
an investigation of charges of re.
cial discrimination made against
the Red Sox by the Boston branch
of the National Assn. for the Ad.
vancement of Colored People, the
Ministerial Alliance and the
American Veterans Committee of
Massachusetts, Inc.
The investigation was touched
off earlier this year when the Red
Sox announced tbaf Elijah (Pump.
sie) Green, a negro infielder,
wthild be sent back to the minors
after spring training.
The NAACP then charged that
the incident, together with past in incidents
cidents incidents involving Red Sox hiribg
policy produced a "pattern" of re.
dal discrimination, Red Sox
spokesmen denied,the charges.
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CAPPING CEREMONYGraduates of the Gray Lady course received their caps in a ceremony at Gorgas Hospital, with Roger
Adams, chairman, Canal Zone Red Cross Chapter maldng the presentations. Left to right, front row, are Gertrude Brigandi of
Fort Amador; Josephine Maxwell and Carol Wright, PanamS, City; Tina Feierlein, Fort Amador; Regina Konvicki, Fort Clay.
ton; Virginia Barbor and Marie Ofner, Albrook Air Force Base. In the rear are Venecia Greenidge and Lucia Taylor, Panama,
City; Florence Kasnicki, U.S. Naval Radio Station, Summit; Mercedes Maunier, Panama City; Portia Richter, Fort Clayton and
Mauriel A. Powel, Albrook Air Force Base. Ma Army Photo)

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ton; Virginia Barber and Marie Other, Albrook Air Force Base. In the rear are Venecia Greenidge and Lucia Taylor, Panam.
City; Florence Kasnicki, U.S. Naval Radio Station, Summit; Mercedes Maunier, Panarni City; Portia Richter, Fort Clayton and
Mauriel A. Powelp Albrook Air Force Base. 0.123. Army Photo)
CZ RP Gray Ladies Get Caps Bars Special Awards

,i''Presentation of Gray Lady caps,
gervice bars and special awards
took place this week at Gorgas
Hospital as residents of the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama as well as the
Canal Zone were honored.
Gray Ladies who received cer certificates
tificates certificates and were capped by Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Simonis, director of the
burging service, were: Virginia
Barber, Marie Other and Muriel
Powel of Albrook Air Force
But Its Not Done
Over Here, Men
CHARLESTON, S.C. (UPI)
The lady bather stood for a mo moment
ment moment aghast and then ran to
summon police.
Officer Leonard Gay was dis dispatched
patched dispatched to the scene, but he had
trotible getting through to the
five suspects.
rive German sailors at the
Charles,ton naval base to take
over a former U.S. destroyer
were at one of the Charleston
area beaches. They stripped in
broad daylight, stacked their uni
forms neatly on the sand, donned
bathing suits and then hit the
surf.
When they came out, they strip stripped
ped stripped again and were busily scrub scrubbiu
biu scrubbiu their suits in the surf when
qty arrived.
-31,,seems its an old North Euro European
pean European custom to ttir2ss on he
beta. Due to the language bar barrier,
rier, barrier, Gay had difficulty telling
the Germans that sort of thing
isn't done on this side of the At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. TODAY .75 40
4:30 3:35 6:15 9:00 p.m.
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The lady bather stood for a ino-1 put in 683 volunteer hours during Al trance Hem. nernouseu Rini UM 11.1,AUL vni, vv.4- ugna. al sum C "'" 4'"" "" from nuclear fuel as a source ot
ment aghast and then ran to the year and Rita Cain, with if lime trom ul Bureau ployed," he added. "Poverty and summer will not necessarily 'INA
summon police. 563.
k hunger are brutal facts." their status as income tax exem
lese electric power in the next decade,
P- an atomic energy expert said Flo 'Pine For ap.' ,,,,,;i,-.i' ''
., Hickory dock the mouse ran tons.
Officer Leonard Gay was dis- Others were Henriqta Alexis, 3 w today.
v Kennedy's ;bill would transfer
, patched to the scene, but he had 197 hours: Virginia Baou le; 75; or ers Injured up the clock, so says Mother Goose. The forecast was made by meathead ""r
But no sensible rat would run lauthorit3r for,' distribution of sur- The special tax break is given :,:,
.,, trotible getting through to the Connie Cain, 113; Anastasia Cul- up the Panama Canal Company' ,plus food to the 'needy from the for full-time students and for chil- H. C. Anderson of the General ANDY. ,:?:,x -:A,
N tive suspect s. A scaffold collapsed at one new IBMmaster titne COrrtriii clock Electric atomic power equipment
, ,.., Agriculture Department o the dren under 19. Parents who pro- itnirrrnt :, ,I
denartment at the National Coal
rivp flerman sailors at the 1 of the old hangars on France , . . ..

wcuare 1 vale inure man nan ine support
CharleF,ton naval base to take'
1 Memonal Service Field yesterday, injuring --"""'" 1 tiesito Latication m
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1Assn. convention.

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, over a tormeT L1.6. nest ruyt.1 I I rallunia WILL) WUL-e r- AA-. VIr .1,,Fsma I -; '.."'SULo 1 'Nuclear p ower supply in isback ss n
Pnenriemt.a rPeenni-1 -1.-..t I ,..s tts- 111 Adr-''.91k
a -r I. 1 r i i ,,,, 4 I If he did, he would more than cialm them as 11 I I

were al, one ul rnr t JU011 Nritrinti 1 ULI i litrohr find 1,imrnif ..1 11 .1 vs 161)0" Prt '-ru" u' "a"u" 1 1

honphpc ThPv strioned ini s' VT I " 7 1 The men. emhloved by a 10-1 '''' "" "P "ltePeatemy me Department. ix 1 les ol now MIMI Ine nth:Wen 1 ornwinil enerov demandx by 1975 111,- Iiimeak I

Urttitti tidy II gilLo ta nr Lnk aunaay At K. Lit and dead heat escapement.
tance to -use surplus food .stocks !mu ,ouLut A.A.. no altroom
forms neatly on the sand, donned The new master clock, recently to feed the hungry," Kennedy Of course, if the children earn "Orn fsuaeildbY
- y old structures
were taken to Coco Solo Hos-
the year 2000, Ander- twoomerNif
e'rli"1"1 I
nst,alled the Halbpa substation silk!. t"The Department of Agri. More than $600 they must pay s Anders'on said GE nlans to
t
bathing suits and then hit the
A memorial service in hoaor pita' for emergency treatment
stirf

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is to replace two outer-type mas- culture perhaps justifiably income tax on it. But they are "a-chieva competitive nuclear
of Owen B. Shirley, the late prin- -and later rem-oved to Gorgas '4, ., fie
' Viten they came out, they strip strip,A
,A strip,A 1 c,ip,al of the Rainbow City d ter clocks at Madd,en Dam which takes the position that it is not still deductible On the parents' re- power in- about seven years." BV 1 sh. ski,
pet" again and were busily scrub- Iligb for additional observation an b
ecame victims of 60-cycle conver- in the 'welfare' business." turn if mother or dad contributes t.he 1960s, he predicted, there will i )1
, c ool, will be held Sunday after- examination.
hemodwit
.
" btu their suits in the surf when ''' n Alejan sion. They were installed at Mad- more than half of their support. be a demand for nuclear power ii 1 - '- issisobo
,
, noon at 3 p.m. in the Rainbow CI- Two of the workers,
I 11
, Gay arrived.
ty gymnasium. oro Dosman of Colon and Jose den Dam when the hydroelectric If the child earns less than plants in areas where costs for I :
c si ; lit
--.4 seems its an old North Euro- plant there began operati n in
o S A $600, a refund is in order for any conventional fuels are high. 1 k
Mr. Shirley died May 25 in In- Bliss of Panama City have been rmy Landing Craft 0 t
pean custom to dr2ss on 1 he
1935 and were in continuous use taxes withheld. To get it, the Rymond E. Salvati. president of el-do ,, ik
diana where he had 'ust
1 cow- transferred to San Fernando
.,,, befell. Due to the language bar- until last December when the 60 s s s youngster must file a tax return Island Creek Coal Co., Hunting- 44 0 "ANN-, ti.0..
rier, Gay had difficulty telling pleted work for a master's de- Clinic in Panama City. Dosman
a ,. .,.,,,
cycle conversion made it necessary D next year. ton, W.Va., represented the bi- I
',' 1 gree at Ball State Teachers Col- suffered hip and foot fractures ehvers 5rienlitis IMMO 0
, the Germans that sort of thing
to eliminate them. The Internal Revenue Service tuminous coal industry on the b . I
1.
, .. lerq, while Bliss may have knee and
FELICIA
4,; isn't done on this side of the At-
While the Canal's master clock IF i said the deduction applies even panel.
,, Sunday's program is being foot fractures. t
!antic. keeps time, its primary function for June graduates who do not He predicted that barring an- ilitilisx
sponsored by the Rainbow citY Albert Ambrose of Colon sill- or Darien Studies ,.
,..., t. to regulate the electric current go back to school in Sentember, other war or recession, coal pro- FARR ., .........
, Civic Council. Speakers who will fering possible foot fractures,
.
-
, --- --AIM& review Shirley's life as an edu- remained at Coco Solo Hospital frequency at exactly 60 cycles provided they were full-time stu- duction would rise to about 500 ',.!1.m
A l.I.S. Ar
ply landing craft re re.
. re. per second. dents for at lea t f.
we months in million tons in 1963, about the likiblinti
, aol rincipal and civic for treatment.
,
, tt '''tell)
. cwaotrokr,,,r hill p
401121
include. Horace V. The scaffolding gave way sud- In doing this, it provides that turned today from the towil of El .,9.,, 3
same level. t reached in 1956.
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all electric clocks connected to Reel in the Province of Darien "'
bit Sirip4iril
' 44 Parker of the Rainbow Cit Ci- i t
Y denly wh le he men wele en
Lqss :Iga mita 0007019 1
after leaving a team of scientists
,
' the power system will keep col..
vie Council, Annette Cordoba, a gaged in the dismantling opera- A 1;,,sys olvsf th.v. f oni loot Amp ...
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day and night bdt It willnot-be.- firom. the U.S.s. ralcon to tne his way back to Moscow from At- Khrushchev new here in a
anding craft for the journey up bania. e viet TU104 jet airliner from Tirana
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gin 8 regular duty of controlling
da t b' tc '''
res o s ou
I merica's our "moon apparen y in goo con ition dur-IA,
, twe,t tl. PI i A f ti d d the Tui R But soon after his arriva
. 1 where he wound up his 11-day
0, ,..,,,, ', s ,e,
;t4, I., ..,,, ,-,,,yr.,,,,i,i micc" plunged to a fiery death ing the period of blastoff,. the pe- the cycle frequency until the in- ra iver to their destina destinaountr
ountr destinaountr Khrushchev spent three hours dis- visit to Albania. The Albanian
,
to
Ltew.'etil iti, -,,.,.,. ittoqwthaind minutes after being fired riod of "weightlessness" in space stallion of control panels in substa- hon in the Darien c y.
cussing questions of "mutual in- news agency said Khrushchev as-
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fitter.r."ttsts,t4. ;,,,,.
, ,, ... .' 0,,,,,,fr r space aboard the Discov- and during the time the satellite tions on both sides of the Isthmus.
Crew members of the Army. a terest' with Hungarian Commu- sured Albania. of the support of Itri'
'
,,l; '' -441.. .' '4-,-1,-;,4, erer III satellite, the Air Force rocket engine fired to put it into The radio aupervird master con:
. '4
, 1 .!f., ',1$ '...takii,,,.0 ', said yesterday. orbit. trol has a mind of its own. It will landing craft were: coxswaie, nist party and government lead- the Soviet Union and. the other
Cpl. George Maxwell; engineer, ers, according to unofficial Hun- members of the "socialist camp' Li
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7, tt,,i ., , The tiny rocket passengers, After that, no data was received automatically seek this time sig- Pfc. Kent B. Wikstrom and sea- garian government sources. in the event of aggression.
,,,r, i,- nal each hour. If the signal is not
., , ,,,
,, .. .., ....,i. '' .a : lit,,,- blasted aloft here Wednesday in and it appeared certain the "life man, Sp5 James H. Hendrix Tr The welcoming ceremonies at ,,,,,,;:v
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available because of atmospheric The team will be accompanied the airport were held to a mini-
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conditions, electrical radiotion, or
world's first recovery of animals space pioneers turned into a me- during the first days of their stu- mum, apparently to stress the in- Sino-Reds Press ,...,
other disturba e
n es the clock will
t . ,',' 4.,4,. alive from a satellite. never en- toor, of death. dies by Otis Imboden of the Da- formality of Khrushchev's first .,
' i. ';' ',.' i 't '',' ir
i, 'i' ) tered orbit. continue to seek the signal every rien Subcommittee of the Pan .A- visit to Hungary since April 1958. i e an
Tb t Women
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,
. merican Highway. An official announcement of the t:'
, K, ',i' swam., Roy W. Johnson. director of fhe Scientists said the "supermice,'
is obtained and a correcuon is
.JAtso,,, ,'
P t Advanced Research Projects Agen- selected by standards nearly as .,,. visit was made only hours before 1
into Labor Gangs
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de locally if necessary. --
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' W. ey (ARPM, said all availaide tough as those set for the first "'" his arrival. 1! 11.' i!,'
, i 6 ,,,,,,e, lionds elmotanaTION S. '''' till. date increased Ihe satellite burned human astronauts, did not die in 4, LITT'. Therp was no honor guard or ill ',
: r .. ',. fiNtilialin Wm moo un in the heat of reentering the vain, but blazed at least a "step' Water Service Out k '''' e- k speeches. The welcoming party NEW DELHI, India (UPI)--The 1
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11. '. -.Kenneth More atmosphere several tholisand miles along the trail into space for man. .2111 fl.
ks, ) included top hungarian Commu- Chinese Communists have i m- ,. ' ;iv. t.,.
P I, ..., ,,,?1, ( south of here. 1 "Valuable information was re- In SAano Area,
'Cr nist Party and government lead- pressed Tibetan woolen and chil- -1.
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''''. 'f''''''' ,t, ..T'ANIGHT TO' The 1600-pound "Mousenik' ap- ceived on the medical specimens a st- dren mto forced labor an, s to I
era and Eastern diplom ts We g g i
0 e not invited. re air roads and buildisgs de- ,
!. narently reached satellite sp-ed of during the period of lift-off, the I i
.,, lp. At p ern d plomatt w re P -n
Ilan Diaz Toniaht w Kichard ':';Itille
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f I q ItEM
-J.' '.: : ESIBER 1R,000 miles an hour and prone!. Period of weightlessnesa ... and J --- ---
, height of at least HO MHOS the period of acceleration during Water service between the Sa- ,i.
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1), There was no crowds and only stroyed in the revolt against the
a few Soviet and Hungar flags. Peiping regime, informed sources
tan EGAN LONDON '
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f k The entire airport building was here said yesterday.
14 .,. r., mom as soos,m..10,,,,,,o Ilia., above the earth, But it did nOt the injection phase,' biastronautic banas fire station and Juan Diaz
1"
, 1 .t, ',. have the proper angle of travel to authorities said. will be suspended for three -IV OP ff b Tice and only a Captured Tibetan freedom-fight- tt
sealed o y p
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, ,, ....D.. ,,,,, on er II e planned polar orbit. The IT. S. had to admit failure, hours tonight bettveen 10 0 m. limited number of Persons carrv- ers also are being used in what r
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.- tko. -.... AP,,,,, 11-11 tut special invitations were permit- the Communists have labeled "the
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, I i tis's wore investigating the oossi- match the Russian foat of putting day. ted to go Inside the bitildine. The nation building program," ac-, ts
shottts het ''' rIIRROR I,' ',
, ,,,, ,, ,.. ,;,. .' ,---too,,,: .4 hility ''11,ikt 'ilf iniect;en (into or- qnimals into space in a wade. Residonts of the suburban a- A smort 'Pt "ever erowd at the airport did not ex- cording t6 the informants. i I ,,,,,
t!' ,," ',41,- 1:.X, -;,,, ,"'Ir 4,
she hos o mon ready
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,,, ,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,t1pz me y,IPSSI- maten tne tiossian !Pat of pidting day. ",'.. 'I :'.----J.,,..-'1,.." ted to go Inside the bnildino. The nation building program," ac-, J 11111ROR" PI' '''''
,,t,r .., ,:, .,.. ,;,,,,,,,,,,,74,1,1,,,,,.,,,,...,,,, ,e,' 1"1,V ti,qt 'ilf orpeet:on ( in'o or- ,nitnais into spare in a satellite. Residents of the suburban a- 'P smrt 121" "ever '''''''' ''''' crowd at the airport did not ex- cording t6 the informants.
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had laanChed a 'propaganda offen- il , i'r,
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. during that time.
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little apolause.
' ,' ,,,,7.,,- '". .... fliliV4.11, itmegro,ere fl,-., t-in-1 -, ,,,,-,,,,-.-1 the cep- to have sufficient water for use But comnered with Khrush- Isive among Tibetans, against the .. 4,7rtit.11111.14
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Base; Gertrude Brigandi and Ti Tina
na Tina Feierlein of Fort Amador; Ve Venecia
necia Venecia Greenidge, Mercedes Mau Maunier,
nier, Maunier, Josephine Maxwell, Rim S.
Taylor and Carol Wright of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Florence Gasnicki of
the U.S. Naval Radio station,
Summit: Regina J. Konvicka and
Portia Richter, Fort Clayton.
Service bars were given by
Mrs. Feierlein, chairman of col colunteer
unteer colunteer services for the Canal
Zone Red Cross Chapter, who
commended the group for achiev achieving
ing achieving an outstanding record.
Gray Ladies are required to
serve 35 hours a year, and they
receive bars for giving 75 hours
of their time annually.
Among those who received reg regognition
ognition regognition were Rosita Thorns, who
put in 683 volunteer hours during
the year and Rita Cain, with
563.
Others were Henriqta Alexis,
Pr hours: Virginia Battu le; 75;
Connie Cain, 113; Anastasia Cul
Memorial Service
For Owen Shirley
Sunday At R. City
, A memorial service in imaor
of Owen B. Shirley, the late prin principal
cipal principal of the Rainbow City iligh
School, will be held Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 p.m. in the Rainbow Ci City
ty City gymnasium.
Mr. Shirley died Ma,y 25 in In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, where he had just com completed
pleted completed work for a master's de degree
gree degree at Ball State Teachers Col College.
lege. College. Sunday's progra m is being
;sponsored by the Rainbow Coy
' Civic Council. Speakers who will
review Shirley's life as an edu educator,
cator, educator, school principal and civjc
workcr will include. Horace V.
Parker of the Rainbow City Ci Civic
vic Civic Council, Annette Cordoba, a
student at the school, and Ellis
L. Fawcett, president of the Con Congress
gress Congress of Civic Councils.

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Moon Mice Plunged To Fiery
Death Minutes After Firing

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VANDENBERG AFB, Calif.
(UPI) America's four "moon
mice" plunged to a fiery death
within minutes after being fired
toward space aboard the Discov Discoverer
erer Discoverer III satellite, the Air Force
said yesterday.
The tiny rocket passengers,
blasted aloft here Wednesday in
an experiment aimed at the
world's first recovery of animals
alive from a satellite. never en entered
tered entered orbit.
Roy W. Johnson. director of the
Advanced Research Projects Agen AgeneY
eY AgeneY fARPA), said all availatile
date increased 1he satellite burned
un in die heat of reentering the
atmosphere several thousand miles
south of here.
The 1600-pound "Mottsenik' ap apnarently
narently apnarently reached satellite spred of
18,000 miles an hour and proner
height of at least 140 miles
above the earth. But, it did not,
have the proper angle of travel to
en'ar tl-e planned polar orbit.
John-on's s'atemcnt said 'scien 'scientis's
tis's 'scientis's were investieatine the nossi nossibility
bility nossibility '1111f lif iniert;on (into oran"'-
o' the veh'rf, was fim
proort-. cing it to reen'er the
at mesro,ere.'
Da:a was receiwtd that the four

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Gerd Gordon, 175; Britt Bolero ft,
109; Dorothy Powell, 126; Verna
Ray, 291; Josephine Smith, 147;
Ruby South, 114; Jean Sullivan,
1122; Alice Vescio, 138 and Eva
Pless, 130.
Vi Wolitarsky received special
recognition from national Red
Cross headquarters for her acti activities
vities activities as chairman of colunteer
services with the local chapter
from 1956 to 1958.
Among hose participating in
the program were Col. Clark B.
Meador, director of Gorges Hos

Scaffold Collapses
At France Field;
3 Workers Injured
A scaffold collapsed at one
of the old hangars on France
Field yesterday, injurmg three
Panamanians who were work working
ing working on it.
The men, employed by a lo local
cal local contractor engaged in dis dismantling
mantling dismantling the old structures
were taken to Coco Solo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital for emergency treatment
and later removed to Gorgas
for additional observation and
examination.
Two of the workers, Alejan Alejandro
dro Alejandro Dosman of Colon and Jose
Bliss of Panama City have been
transferred to San Fernando
Clinic in Panama City. Dosman
suffered hip and foot fractures
while Bliss may have knee and
foot fractures.
Albert Ambrose of Colon suf suffering
fering suffering possible foot fractures,
remained at Coco Solo Hospital
for treatment.
The scaffolding gave way sud suddenly
denly suddenly while the men were en engaged
gaged engaged in the dismantling opera operation.
tion. operation. There was no immediate ex explanation
planation explanation for the accident.
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plump, black mice were alive and
apparently in good condition dun.
ing the period of blastoff, the pe
riod of "weightlessness" in space
and during the time the satellite
rocket engine fired to put it into
orbit.
After that, no data was received
and it appeared certain the "life
capsule' carrying the four little
space pioneers turned into a me.
teor, of death.
Scientists said the "supermice,'
selected by standards nearly as
tough as those set for the first
human astronauts, did not die in
vain, but blazed at least a "step'
along the trail into space for man.
"Valuable information was re received
ceived received on the medical specimens
during the period of lift-off, the
Period of weightlessness and
the period of acceleration during
the injection Phase,' blastronautic
authorities said.
The Ir. S. had to admit failure,
however. in its first attempt to
match the Russian feat of putting
qnitnats into space in a satellite.
-rile Russians nolt nn the dog
" nitr-' Snufnik IT in 1957, but
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pital; Roger Adams, chairman
of the Canal Zone Red Cross
Chapter; Leonard J. Meyer, di
rector of Red Crois operations
and Hester E. Garrett, hospital
field director for the Red Cross
Gorgas. Jeanne Ferguson was
chairman of the committee in
charge of a social hour which fol followed
lowed followed the ceremony.
Gray Ladies on duty in the
Canal Zone sent, both at Gorgas
Hospital and the Albrook dispen dispensary.
sary. dispensary. flew Master Clock
Will Seek Coifed
Time From US Bureau
Hickory dock the mouse ran
up the clock, so says Mother Goose.
But no sensible rat would run
up the Panama Canal Company's
new IBMmaster titne COrrtriii clock
according to the Panama Canal
Review.
If he did, he would more than
likely find himself all tangled up
with such things as superhetrodyne
and dead heat escapement.
The new master clock, recently
installed in the Balboa substation
is to replace two older-type mas master
ter master clocks at Madden Dam which
became victims of 60-cycle conver conversion.
sion. conversion. They were installed at Mad Madden
den Madden Dam when the hydroelectric
plant there began operations in
1935 and were in continuous use
until last December when the 60
cycle conversion made it necessary
to eliminate them.
While the Canal's master clock
keeps time, its primary function
Is to regulate the electric current
frequency at exactly 60 cycles
per second.
In doing this, it provides that
all electric clocks connected to
the power sysiIn will keep cor correct
rect correct time and all other frequency frequencysensitive
sensitive frequencysensitive equipment will move at
the proper speed.
The new master clock is running
but it is not giving synchronized
time yet. Only one of the two an antennas
tennas antennas required to pick up the time
signal broadcast by radio by the
National Bureau of Standards in
Washington D. C. has been in installed.
stalled. installed. When the other is put
up in the next few weeks, the mat matter
ter matter clock will be synchronized both
day and night but it will not be begin
gin begin its regular duty of controlling
the cycle frequency until the in installion
stallion installion of control panels in substa substations
tions substations on both sides of the Isthmus.
The radio supervised master con control
trol control has a mind of its own. It will
automatically seek this time sig signal
nal signal each hour. If the signal is not
available because of atmospheric
conditions, electrical radiotion, or
other disturbances, the clock will
continue to seek the signal every
ten minutes until comparison time
is obtained and a correction is
made locally, if necessary.
Water Service Out
In Sot)anm Area,
Juan Diaz Tonioht
Water service between the Sa Sabanes
banes Sabanes fire station and Juan Diaz
will be suspended for th tee
hours tonight bettveen 10 In.
and 1 cm., It was announced tcl,
day.
Residents of the suburban a area
rea area to be affected are being ad advised
vised advised to take the necessary steps
to have sufficient water for use
during that time.

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Intricacies Of Science To Unfold
For Balboa High Science Students

Isthmian parents who are still
not quite eonvinced that the atom
is no longer the smallest bit of
matteri who haven't the faintest
idea of what an ion exchange is,
and for whom the inventions of
Edison and Marconi are dill the
marvels of the century, are in for
a terrific shock.
The Panama Canal Review, In Its
current issue, revealed that some sometime
time sometime next'year, parents of 'certain
Balboa High School students, they
will -watch, bemazed, as, their
youngsters construct atomic struc structures
tures structures from Tinker Toy sets, listen
in bewilderment while these same
young people explain why Saran
wrap sticks to itself, and try to
grasp the principles advanced by
Dr. Edward Teller.
And before the year Is over, the
will become quite familiar with the
phrase, "But it's simplelook."
The course in which these young
scientists will be learning these
and many other fascinating facts is
I to be taught by DeWitt E. Myers,
a member of the Balboa High
1School faculty for the past five
years. He is preparing for this
strenuous new course this summer
at the National Science Foundation
Summer Institute at the Universi Universi,
, Universi, ty of Connecticut.
The course, which is designed
for advanced achievement sec sections,
tions, sections, has been developed and
was inaugurated by the Physical
Science Study Committee at the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech.
nology. It can be used only in
high schools where physics teach.
ors have been specially trained.
When the course was first offer
!Solon Urges Okay
,
Of' Mai To Use
Surplus for Needy
'WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
John F. -Kennedy (D-Mass,) urged
Congress yesterday to approve a
six-point plan for using surplus
U.S. crops to feed needy and un undernourished
dernourished undernourished American families.
He told a Senate agriculture
subcommittee the bill, also spon sponsored
sored sponsored by 14 other senators, would
correct the present "inadequate,
unrealistic, and ineffective' pro prograin.
grain. prograin. Kennedy said the decrease in
unemployment last month and the
Hiliward swing in other ecinomic
barometers "are cheerful signs of
1 a recovering economy."
"But that must not divert us
from the problems of the under underfed,
fed, underfed, the undernourished, the un underhoused
derhoused underhoused and the underem underemployed,"
ployed," underemployed," he added. "Poverty and
hunger are brutal facts."
Kennedy's bill would transfer
lauthorit3r foe -distribution of sur surplus
plus surplus food to the 'needy from the
Agriculture Department o the
Health Education Welfare
(HEW) Department.
"Repeatedly the Department of
Agriculture has asserted .a reluc reluctance.
tance. reluctance. to -use surplus food ,stodcs
to feed the hungry," Kennedy
said. "The Department of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture perhaps justifiably
takes the position that it is not
in the 'welfare' business."
Army Landing Craft
Delivers 5rienikIS
For Darien Studies
A tl.S. Army landing craft re returned
turned returned today from the towil of El
Real in the Province of Darien
after leaving' a team of scientists
and equipment there to collect
plant life.
The craft left Wednesday morn morning
ing morning from Rodman Naval Base
with two tons of scientific equip.
ment and other supplies for the
group of botonists from Yale U University.
niversity. University. Upon reaching the I Iguana
guana Iguana Islands the scientists, head headed
ed headed by Dr. William Stern, assist assistant
ant assistant professor at the Yale School
of Forestry, were transferred
from the U.S.S. Falcon to the
landing craft for the journey up
the Tuira River to their destina destination
tion destination in the Darien country.
Crew members of the Army's
landing craft were: coxswain,
Cpl. George Maxwell; engineer,
Pfc. Kent B. Wikstrom and sea seaman,
man, seaman, Sp5 James H. Hendrix Tr.
The team will be accompanied
during the first days of their stu studies
dies studies by Otis Imboden of the Da Darien
rien Darien Subcommittee of the Pan A American
merican American Highway.

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ed, in DV, it was given in only
eight high schools in the United
States. This year, Balboa High
School will be one of, approximate approximately
ly approximately 300 schools throughout the Unit United
ed United States equipped to offer this
, course.
The science students here, and in
,other schools offering this course,
will work from a specially edited
four-volume textbook and labors laborstory
tory laborstory manuals.
They will start with the volume
called The Universe which deals
with the basic concepts with which
the students must have a minimum
acquaintance before they can come
,to grips with more detailed mat matters
ters matters of science.
As'they move on to the more de detailed
tailed detailed studies, the students will
work on light and waves, force and
motion, and electricity and atom
structure.
The textbooks be supple supplemented
mented supplemented by a number of training
films and by supplementary read reading
ing reading on a variety of scientific and
historical topics.
Sunday Reception
Honors Rabbi Wi
For Long Service
A-Sunday reception at ihe Hotel
El ranama kiilton will honor Rab Rabbi
bi Rabbi Nathan Wit lun for 22 years of
service in the Canal Zone and Lat Latin
in Latin America.
Witkin, field representative for
the National Jewish Welfare Board
and for many years director of
the Balboa USO-JWB activity cen center,
ter, center, has been particularly noted
here for his non-sectarian direction
of the center.
Both Mormon and Unitarian
church groups held services in the
center before completion of their
own church edifices.
A native of New York City, he
has served as spiritual adviser for
men of the Jewish faith stationed
with the military detachments in
the Caribbean, Central and South
America.
Sunday's reception has been ar arranged
ranged arranged by Jewish organizations of
Panama.
Students Who Earn
Over $600 Must File
Income Tax Returns
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
government reminded tax paying
parents yesterday that youngsLers
who earn more than $600 his
summer will not necessarily lose
their status as income tax exemp exemptions.
tions. exemptions. The special tax break is given
for full-time students and for chil children
dren children under 19. Parents who pro provide
vide provide more than half the support
of youths in either category can
claim them as dependents regard regardless
less regardless of how much the children
earn.
Of course, if the children earn
more than 5600 they must pay
income tax on it. But they are
still deductible on the parents' re return
turn return if mother or dad contributes
more than half of their support.
If the child earns less than
$600, a refund is in order for any
taxes withheld. To get it, the
youngster must file a tax return
next year.
The Internal Revenue Service
said the deduction applies even
for June graduates who do not
go back to school in September,
provided they were full-time stu students
dents students for at least five months in
1959

Soviet Premier Arrives In Budapest
On Informal 'Visit Of Friendship'

BUDAPEST, Hungary (UPI)
Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev arrived yesterday for an in informal
formal informal "visit of friendship' on
his way back to Moscow from Al Albania.
bania. Albania. But soon after his arrival,
Khrushchev spent three hours dis discussing
cussing discussing questions of "mutual in interest'
terest' interest' with Hungarian Commu Communist
nist Communist party and government lead leaders,
ers, leaders, according to unofficial Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian government sources.
The welcoming ceremonies at
the airport were held to a mini minimum,
mum, minimum, apparently to stress the in informality
formality informality of Khrushchev's first
visit to Hungary since OM 1958.
An official announcement of the
visit was made only hours before
his arrival.
There was no honor guard or
speeches. The welcoming party
included top hungarian Commu Communist
nist Communist Party and government lead leaderS
erS leaderS and Eastern dinlomats. West Western
ern Western diplomats. were not invited.
There was no crowds and only
a few Soviet and Hungarian flags.
The entire airport building was
sealed off by ponce and only a
limited number of nersons carry carrying
ing carrying medal invitations were permit permitted
ted permitted to go Inside the building. The
erowd at the airport did not ex exmeed
meed exmeed 300 persons and thers was
spolause.
But compared with Khrush Khrushchevs
chevs Khrushchevs last visit, there was a mini

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Three hundred and 38 Latin 'American students frnm 1C
Ass
countries received their diplomas today during- graduation ee
monies held at the U.S. Army Calibbean School, Fort Gu 1,
Members of the diplomatic corps, high-ranking tanamanian an b
United States dignitaries were on hand to witness the enereises.1
The largest single contingent graduating belonged to 'Riese:
ragua, which had 72 officers and enlisted men In .the graduathtt,
class. Other nations with students graduating;were: BoilviC
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador. Guatemala,
Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Urugual
Venezuela and the United States. The above students graduated.
from 16 of the schoorx 24 courses.

Chaplain (Capt.) John It.
Diez, Jr., the post Catholic
chaplain offered the 'Invoca 'Invocation
tion 'Invocation and binediction. Col. Cecil
Himes, the commandant of
the school, made the introduc introduction
tion introduction speech and Ma,j. General
Charles L. Dasher gave the
graduation speech beiore pre presenting
senting presenting the diplomas and
awards to the students.
Dasher made his graduation
address in Spanish. The gen general,
eral, general, as well as high raniting
officers of the U.S. Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean headquarters and the
school, also used Spanish In
conversa ti o n s with students
during the reception following
graduation ceremonies.
Bronze plaques were present presented
ed presented to the honor students by
Dasher. The honor student is
the individual in a given course
who attains the highest over overall
all overall scholastic average and mili military
tary military efficiency throughout the
school year. Two silver trophies
were presented to Pvt.. Carlos
Luis Garita Vargas of San Jose,
Costa Rica, and WO Arturo F.
Eguez Clavijo of Quito, Ecuador,
..he two captains of the football
and volleyball teams.
After the graduation ceremo ceremony,
ny, ceremony, receptions were held for the
graduating personnel at the Of Officers
ficers Officers Club and at the L.A. Stu Student
dent Student Detach m e n t. Students,
their guests, offical members
representing the various coun countries,
tries, countries, and the school staff at attended
tended attended these functions.
The United States Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean School is operated by
the United States Army as an
aid in keeping Latin American
men-at-arms up-to-date on the
modern concepts of Army oper operation
ation operation and tactics.
The graduates from Panama
are:
Coal Faces Lillie
Atom Compelition
For Next 10 Years
WASHINGTON (UPI) Coal
faces only negligible competition
from nuclear fuel as a source of
electric power in the next decade,
an atomic energy expert said
today.
The forecast was made by
H. C. Anderson of the General
Electric atomic power equipment
department at the Nati (Mal Coal
Assn. convention.
Nuclear power will supply
about 10 per cent of the nation's
growing energy demands by 1975
and could replace coal as a ma major
jor major fuel by the year 2000, Ander Anderson
son Anderson said.
Anderson said GE plans to
"achieve competitive nuclear
nower in about seven years." BY
the 1960s, he predicted, there will
be a demand for nuclear power
plants in areas where costs for
conventional fuels are high.
Rymond E. Salvati. president of
Island Creek Coal Co., Hunting Huntington,
ton, Huntington, W.Va., represented the bi bituminous
tuminous bituminous coal industry on the
panel.
He predicted that barring an another
other another war or recession, coal pro production
duction production would rise to about 500
million tons in 1963, about the
same level. it reached in 1956.
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mum of security precautions. Last
year, hundreds of police, plain plainclothesmen
clothesmen plainclothesmen and army troops had
sealed off all raods to the airport.
Khrushchev flew here in a So Soviet
viet Soviet TU104 jet airliner from Tirana
where he wound up his 11-day
visit to Albania. The Albanian
news agency said Khrushchev as assured
sured assured Albania of the support of
the Soviet Union and. the other
members of the "socialist camp'
in the event of aggression.
Sino-Reds Press
Tibetan Women
Into Labor Gangs
NEW DELHI, India (UP1)--The
Chinese Communists have I m mpressed
pressed mpressed Tibetan women and chil children
dren children into forced labor gangs to
repair roads and buildisgs de destroyed
stroyed destroyed in the revolt against the
Peiping regime, informed sources
here said yesterday.
Captured Tibetan freedom-fighters
also are being used in what
the Communists have tabeled "the
nation building program," ac.,
cording It the informants.
The sources said the Reds also
had latmhed a 'propaganda offen offensive
sive offensive among Tibetans against the
refugee Dalai LAMk

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prepared by the Motoorologica1
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HUMIDITY:
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