The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02942

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
4

k
illi

.
.
,
1
'is
Lwow...
INIMME111
With
N,
Fi
fi
J. Le
to inv
and 1,
to ha,
the c
their 1
ed by
firms
reside
in Nor
Stril
halt
'field
Twe
ing Del
halted
Zone
bers al
general
Italy o
Both'
senger
betweel
And int
The
Arrived
192 PI
membe
eited
Tho-.
1
fr day, ill
transit
cancel'
bout ti
sengero
Italia
no ord
ceived
ers.
Conou
tempte
mittee
schedi
refusal
said t
while
mains
A 'sp
line sa
ing sta
to lool,
and at
kept u
Reci
For
The
for hal
Monde
July 2,
Canal
The
fonds
a.m. t
mental
Coor
Natalio
feet a
She it
teers
Those
servico
Balboa
The
for ha
financl
4
mittee
klandio
The
ming
story
lam I
Trot
DON
Gei
Fro
PIT
ook Green
of pr,
who
elepha
Gre
water
the A
when
motor
from
Gre
the el
to Qt
her
fashlo

oc)ecyrisa tolombia
i-
, or .o 44,llerentvocationt
, v- ,

ONLY $7.20
30

canamou
FANAMA' !MICE, .2-0975 COLON' 779

With YEAR

NY Court To Probe
Financial Deals
of RP Loan Firm

0
NEW YORK, June 10 (UpAttorney General Louis
J. Lefkowitz of New York obtained court permission today
to investigate the financial dealings of the Inter-American
Building and Loan Association and Inter-American Savings
,
oltd toon Association of Panama. One company is alleged
to have offered 'a plan to investors here to avoid taxes by
the concealment of funds.
They wereyordered to appear in court July 17 with
their books and records. According to an affidavit prepar prepared
ed prepared by special deputy Attorney General David Clurman both
firms used commercial mailing lists in an effort to persuade
residents of New York State to transfer savings on deposit
inNew York banks to their keeping in Panama.

Strike Keeps Two
Italian Vessels
Tied Up In Zone
omm.".1a.

Two Italian Line ships, carry carrying
ing carrying nearly 400 passengers, were
halted indefinitely in the Canal
Zone today when crew mem members
bers members struck in sympathy with a 1
general maritime strike called in
Italy on June 8.
Both' are 10,000 ton cargo-pasAnger
Which Make scheduled runs
between Italy alid,Santiago, Chile
And intermediate ports.
The Marco- Polo,- Chile-bound,
'Arrived attristobelyesterday with
193 passengers And 913 crew
members. She wee to have tran tranlilted
lilted tranlilted last night.
it Thl'Ailtmlotto alindimare put
.,041A' at P'OeViSsi40.4 BOQO
fr day, boundi.10i''EurciPe lout ler
transit ackedule Alas also been
cancelled. The hif) is carrying a about
bout about the same ntimber of qtas qtasSengers
Sengers qtasSengers And crew.
Italian Line officials' here said
no order changes have been re received
ceived received front the firm's headquart headquarters.
ers. headquarters. Consular officials yesterday at attempted
tempted attempted to persuade A crew com committee
mittee committee to sail the Marco Polo as
scheduled but met with a polite
refusal. Spokesmen tor the crew
said the vessel would not sail
while the nationwide strike re reMains
Mains reMains unsettled in Italy.
A 'spokesman for the' shipping
line said purser, steward and din dining
ing dining staffs have remained on duty
to look after passengers' needs,
and ship's maintenance has been
kept up.

Recreation Prooram
For Handicapped
Will Start Monday
The summer 'recreation program
- for handicapped children start
Monday, and will continua until
July 24 under the direction of the
Canal Zone Special Education As Association.
sociation. Association. The classes will be held from
Monday through Friday from 9
a.m. to noon in the La Boca Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School.
Coordinator of the program is
Natalia Griffin who will also di direct
rect direct a series of handicraft classes.
She has issued a call for volun volunteers
teers volunteers te assist in the program.
Those who wish to offer their
services have been asked to call
Balboa 3694.
The summer recreation program
for handicapped children is being
financed by the Canal Zone Com Committee
mittee Committee for Aid to the Physically
Mandicapped.
The activities will Include swim swimMing
Ming swimMing lessons, dancing, movies,
story hours, games, parties, pic picnics,
nics, picnics, nature walks and sports.
Transportation will be provided.
Downed Elephant
Gets Heroic Rescue
From Water-Skier
PIITSRURGH (UPI) Rill
Green held the distinction today
of probably being the only man
who ever rescued a 1,000-pound
elephant from drowning.
Green was exhibiti g his
water-skling elephant Queetue on
the Allegheny River yesterday
when the wake 1110M a passing
motorboat lipped the pachyderm
from her pontoon-like skis.
Green, Who WIS water-skiing at
the elephant's side, quickly went
to Queenie's aid and held her
, her trunk above watersnorkle
tuitionas both swam to shore.

Down Payment

- day tourist round trio.
The affidavit says the Inter InterAtneriCan
AtneriCan InterAtneriCan Savings and Loan As Association
sociation Association made "the most open
and avowed inducement to con conceal
ceal conceal moneys fraudulently tor
tax evasion purposes." inter interAMerlean
AMerlean interAMerlean Savings and LOan
urged the advantages of "num "number
ber "number only" or "assumed name"
accounts in Pal-lain& It pointed
out, the affidavit said, the ad advantage
vantage advantage to individuals or fami families
lies families who anticipated estate or
inheritance "problems" which
might require lengthy court ac action
tion action and cost litigation. The
minimum required to open a
"number only" account is $100.
Although the Inter-American
Savings and Loan ASSOCiatiOn,
according to its'ilterature, said
that all accounts were insured
up t,o $10,000, the affidavit
stated that' actually "Inter "InterAmerican
American "InterAmerican Savings and Loan As Association
sociation Association is insured by Federal
Swiss Underwriters, Inc. of
Tangier, a corporation organiz organized
ed organized in January I958 by the pro promotors
motors promotors of Inter-American Sav Savrings
rings Savrings and Loan Association and
doee, totha'Ve, aubstantial
4ets'
tutt,the' ti4tousey
tleneral ,::1.11e In er Atterican
BuildingVtnd Loan Association
sent prospective clients here
blank virafts entitled "saving
account, Withdrawals." 'The al alfidavit
fidavit alfidavit also charged that the,
association failed to register
under New York state securities
laws and added:.
"The company has for a pe period
riod period of leveral months failed to
transmit, upon ;equest, to the
Attorney General the names
and addresses of New York resi residents
dents residents who agreed to transfer
funds." : When the authorities
here asked for a balance sheet
from the Building and Loan As Association,,
sociation,, Association,, its secretary replied
Jhat such a Gtatement was
"momentarily expected from the
printer." But none has been
received.,
The Attorney General filed
papers with the court indicat indicating
ing indicating it was about to ask the
courts tcrenjoin both firms from
ever again engaging in the
securities business in New York.
Grocery Sedion
Of Balboa Commy
To 6e1 New Floors
Bids are now being solicited by
the Panama Canal Company for
renovations which will increase the
floor space in the grocery section
of the Balboa Retail Store. The
bids are to be opened June 22 at
Balboa Heights.
The work to be done at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa store will consist mainly in
the construction of two new floors
at the rear of the main building
in the area now used as a loading
platform.
When the work is completed,
the cold storage and meat sections
will be moved to the rear of the
building and th,at area will be uti utilized
lized utilized for groceries a,nd items com commonlY
monlY commonlY Old on the ground floor.
The space which will be provid provided
ed provided on the second floor of the build building
ing building will be used later to increase
the floor, area in the dress section
of the Balboa Retail Store..
The project scheduled to be
completed in approxim,ately aix
months.
Too Shy
LONDON' (UPI)Terry
19, who was too shy to stand
guard it Buckingham Palace, re received
ceived received his army discharge Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Terry had gone absent without
leave April 12the eve of his first
guard. duty. His mother, Mrs.
Kathleen Smith, went to Lt. Col.
T. Younger, his commanding of officer.
ficer. officer. and told him Terry hated
to be placed in the limelight.
The furJh atted Coldstream
Guards are one of London's chief
tourist attractions as they pace in
front of the palace, home of the
royal family.

AN INDEPENDENT

anwur ohj..;Sty

"Let the people know the tnah and the

Bat Found
Dying In CZ
Had Rabies
"Life, liberty and the pursuit of
happiness' in both' the Canal
Zone and Panama had a lucky
break yesterday because Dr. K.
C. Zimmerman, veterinarian of
the Panama Canal's Health Atur Atureau,
eau, Atureau, happened to start out early
to have his car repaired before he
went to work.
It was only 6:45 a.m. when Zim Zimmerman
merman Zimmerman drove into the enclosure
of the Motor Transportation Divi Division
sion Division on Crail lard Highway,- Ancon.
Dawn colors were still in the
skies, but the light was strong e enough
nough enough for Zimmerman's sharp eye
to spot a bat dying in convulsions
on the paved area.
Suspacting that the bat might
have rabies, Zimmorman lifted
it from the concroto with hvo
sticks and carefully daliverod it
to Panama's Animal Health Lab Laboratory.
oratory. Laboratory. There his worst fears were con confirmed.
firmed. confirmed. After examining the bat's
brain the laboratory found it had
rabies.
This is the first laboratory
confirmed case of rabies in bats
living on the Isthmus of Panama.
There have previously been un unconfirmed
confirmed unconfirmed reports of cattle in
the Interior having died after be being
ing being bitten by rabid bats.
The presence of rabies in local
bats poses a danger that bears
careful watching both in Panama
and the Canal Zone, since t h e
Isthmus, up to now, has been one
ot the few places in the vorld
considered free-,ot, rabies.
',1i0-101wt WV:404'104 deolel,stit7.
t;eiid ;44 id-444111'i iemehiehliithaise4
peculiarly should be closely
watched.
Rabies in bats has been report reported
ed reported in Mexico, the countries of
Central and South America and
more recently in the'United States
where the disease in insectivor insectivorous
ous insectivorous bats was first observed in 1953
in Tampa, Florida.
Since the first reported case in
Florida of bat rabies. 175 cases
have been diagnosed in 111 states
ti widely diverse qeonraphical a arens
rens arens of thp United Sfates.
The Health Director of the Can CanF
F CanF Zone government has stated
that hats found on the ground
sh-vild not be bandied. and nar narents
ents narents are urged to ;nstruct their
children against picking up such
animals.
The presence of dead or dying
bats in Canal Zone communities
should be reported to the Chief,
Division of Veterinary Medicine
and persons bitten or scratched
by bats should seek medical at attention
tention attention without Lielay.
Unless measures are take 71
promptly, death may result. Once
symptoms appear, there is no
known cure for rabies.
tfeetworkers linion
Recalls Ramblers
For Company Talks
NEW YORK, June 10 (UPI)--
The United Steelworkers Union
will make a divide-and conquer
bargaining move next week in an
effort to crack the steel industry
solid on-wage increase front.
The union, unable to make any
headway in joint talks between
fonr-man bargaining teams, has
called its full bargaining commit.
tees to New York next Tuesday
for separate meetings with the
12 companies.
The steel industry has not yet
agreed to the separate meetings,
R. Conrad Cooper, chief industry
negotiator, said the industry's four fourman
man fourman team wanted to discuss the
matter "more fully" with the u union
nion union before making a decision.
A Million
By FRANK ELIAZER
WkSHINGTON (UPI.) A Sen Senate
ate Senate appropriations subcommittee
was pondering our diplomatic budg
et, and what the genators seem seemed
ed seemed to be saying was that Uncle
Sam hasn't been springing for his
share of the drinks.
Naturally, I stuck around to
hear more. That's wfiat they were
saying all right., And they said
one result is that in many places
like Paris, London and Rome eith eithet
et eithet our ambassador, or his wife,
has got to be rich.
It develoned that a lot of 1111 Sin Sinformed
formed Sinformed people, like House mem

NOW
erz"-

,;7b

PANAMA, R. P.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1959

So

Contractor Denies RP Union's
Charges Of Abusing Workers

Officials of Merritt-Chapman Scott Corp. today denied charges by a Panama. labor union
that. the contracting firm has abused or driven workers on the $7 million cut-widening job now
under way near Contractor's Hill on the Canal's west bank.
The charges were contained in a letter, addressed to Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter by
the Panami Construction Workers Union, which charged also that two additional contracting
firms working for the Army are failing to pay $1 per hour minimum wages.
Military spokesmen today denied the charges that Florida Builders Inc. and their sub-contractor
Corporacin de Ingenieria, are not complying with applicable U.S. law while operating on
the Capehart housing project in the Zone.

F. M. Esielones, project chief
for Merritt Chapman, also in insisted
sisted insisted that no workers have
been let go "because they didn't
work hard enough."
Most lay-offs, Esielones add added,
ed, added, have resulted from the com com,
, com, pletion of temporary construc construction
tion construction projcts or completion of a
particular phase of work. The
remainder have been men dis discharged
charged discharged for abuse of equipment
or men inadequately qualified
to handle such equipment.
In regard to the Merritt MerrittChapman
Chapman MerrittChapman firm, the union let letter
ter letter said:
"We denounce this company
which, against all numane prin principles,
ciples, principles, provides a rude treat treatment
ment treatment for its workers on its jobs
and demanas an intense pace
of work from them and when the
workers are unable to perform
any more because of exhaus-1
tion,- they are suspended. Thus,,
the work is developing, without'
any consideration or respect for
their workers. 1
"For that reason, we re request,
quest, request, through you, that the
authorities of the Canal Zone Zone,Autoree
,Autoree Zone,Autoree the, law and,, that
4,0ranitrartigall'4whetrett"Witil.,
t4.Pati.tttbe,,11-Octett
and 4that they be give& bu-,1
mane treatment." 1
In leveling charges at the
contractors for Capehart homes1
the union mistakenly quoted the,
1955 Remon-Eisenhomer Treaty
as the basis for $1 per hour
minimum wages within the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
But although the treaty paved
the way for the new Single
Wage Flan and Canal Zone
1Merit 'System, there is no re reference
ference reference to a $1 per hour mini minimum
mum minimum wage in the Canal Zone.
Within or without the United
States,' the $1 per hour mini minimum
mum minimum wage applies only in those
cases where the accomplished
work is an instrument of inter interstate
state interstate commerce.
Military authorities em emphasized
phasized emphasized that the Capehart
housing is not involved in in interstate
terstate interstate commerce, and that
contracts stipulated only that
wages paid locally hired work workers
ers workers must conform to prevail prevailing
ing prevailing local rates for similar
work.
Current wage rates vaty from
45 cents hourly to about $2.50
hourly.
'The protest letter was signed
by Angel Gomez, secretary-general
and Juan Anifio, labor sec secretary
retary secretary of the union.
Miss Christian's
Book Will Review
3-Husband Post
LONDON (UPI)--Linda Chris Christian
tian Christian has announced that she is
writing a "saucy" book describ describing
ing describing her "somewhat Tull life" with
three former 'husbands and the
late racing river-playboy Mar Marquis
quis Marquis de Portago.
Her husbands were the late
Tyrone Power, Errol Flynn and
Edmund Purdom.
The Hollywood actress told
newsmen on her arrival here
from Rome last night that her
book "will surprise an awful lot
of people and I hope it is going
to straighten out a lot of old
scores."

Bucks Stili Ain't Enuf (Hid) For Embassy

bers and newspaper reporters,
have got the whole thing back backwards.
wards. backwards. They have been picturing
statesmen over the world in ineluding
eluding ineluding our own as forever set setting
ting setting each other up to mitrtinis,
and sticking the folks back home
for the tab.
That's why the House is always
so tight with the money when the
State Department comes up each
spring for its "representation" al allowance.
lowance. allowance. House members call this
whisky money, and they wonder
aloud whether considarable of it
isn't used to soothe the,nerves of
Or own diplomats.
In the first nisei!. gold enhoom enhoommittee
mittee enhoommittee chairman Lyndon B. John

A r df- LA N- -0111111k

play NEWSPAPtit
imerican

country is sale" -4 Abraham Lincoln

vriot

CZ Govt. Employes
To Fight Anti-Civil

The attention of all employes of
the United States federal services
was drawn today to a pending
Senate bill which union leaders
say "would repeal the Civil Serv Service
ice Service Act."
The measure is the Clark Bill,
designated S.1638.
A subcommittee of the Senate
Post office and Civil Service Com Committee
mittee Committee is nearing conclusions of
its hearings on the bill.
Vaux Owen, president of the
National Federation of Federal
Employes, has warned government
workers everywhere that the re repeal
peal repeal of the Civil' Service Act
"would mean the end of the Civil
Service merit system as we have
known it for 76 years."
Most of the functions of the civ civil
il civil Service Commission would, un under
der under the bill, be performed by one
man appointed by the President.
-
Ihare. are .stropijA4Milows,.for,
-thetAhis
14n return to the spoils system,"
Owen stressed.
NFFE believes this bill should
be ,defeated in committee.
National president Owen, and
also the local chapter of NFFE
have asked that all government
employes lend their aid by writ writing
ing writing a short letter immediately to
one or more members of the com committee.'
mittee.' committee.' These letters should urge
the Senators to vote against the
Clark Bill.
The Post Office and Civil Serv Service
ice Service Committee is compos2d of
Sens. OlinD. Johnston of South
Carolina, chairman; A. S. (Mike)
Monroney of Oklahoma; Richard
L. Neuberger of Oregon; Ralph W.
Yarborough of Texas; Joseph S.
Clark of Pennsylvania: B. Everett
Jordan of North Carolina; Frank
Carlson of Kansas: William Lan Langer
ger Langer of North Dakota and Thruston
B. Morton of Kentucky.

Nicaragua Rebel Radio Tells
Of Victories, Against Army

-- 0
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, June
10 (UPI) The invaders had
little food and ammunition to
start with. The outside help
they expected never came. The
Nicaraguan people did not rise
up.
Mat was the tale three pris prisoners
oners prisoners recounted for newsmen
yesterday Pbout the invasion
they helped launcn from Costa
Rica last week.
The Nicaraguan army has re reported
ported reported the invaders are "mili "militarily
tarily "militarily defeated" and being given
a chance to surrender.
The rebel radio, monitored in
San Jose, Costa Rica, continued
to claim victories. One broad broadcast
cast broadcast said the invaders killed 86
Nicaraguan National Guards Guardsmen
men Guardsmen in an ambush at Boaco,
about 50 miles northeast ol Ma Managua.
nagua. Managua. It did not report any
rebel casualties.
(The zebel broadcast claimed
that Boat, a town of 3000, was
son (D-Tex.), the money doesn't
ail go to buy whisky. In fact he
said moSt of it goes for food, en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, and soft drinks.
His own experience at U.S. dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic affairs, Johnson said, is
that yoU may get a little weenie
sausage down at the end of the
table, provided you get there ear ear13'
13' ear13' enough. And he said chances
are the ambassador himself paid
'or that.
"That is true," said the State
Department man. "Whisky is a
minor item in the representation
allowance."
Johnson asked how much our
ambassador to Great Britain can
draw from us taxpayers toward

t

Urged By NFFE
Service Bill
Ike Asks Doctors
To Charge Pollen's
'Reasonable' fees
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., June 10
President Eisenhower has
asked the nation's doctors to help
fight inflation by' charging fees
that their patients can "reasona "reasonably
bly "reasonably pay."
Uncontrolled inflation, he said
last night, inevitably would force
Americans in mass volume to
turn to the government primarily
for medical assistance and this
would cause the nation "great
loss."
Eisenhower spoke at the Ameri AmeriCan
Can AmeriCan libanicala, Association'$ annual
reigiOtrAntrZalie"..1laaw back. tto
aahingtfin Intrneilltely lifter 'big
address.
The President offered nothing to
differ with the-iAMA's basic op opposition
position opposition to compdlsory government governmentcontrolled
controlled governmentcontrolled medicine. But he cou coupled
pled coupled the threat of such compulsion
to possible run-away inflation in
hich "all prices would go out of
sight and everybody would go
broke."
"The medical profession, as
much as any other, has vital in interest
terest interest ;n preventing inflation," Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower said. "Certainly it wants
to provide its services for a fee
within range of what people can
reagonably pay."
He continued:
"If the time ever comes when
large number of our citizens turn
primarily to the government for
assistance in what ought to re remain
main remain a private arrangement be between
tween between doctor and oatient, then we
shall all have suffered a great
loss."
practically in rebel hands and
that many townspeople were
Joining the invaders.)
The three captured men said
a total of 1'18 men comprised
the invasion force. They said
one plane, making two trips,
flew them in May 31 and July
1.
They said the first group, 84
men, landed in the Santo To Tomas
mas Tomas area and encountered no
trouble.
The second group landed at
Olama and one rebel was kill killed
ed killed shoOly atter the landing
in a skirmish with National
Guardsmen.
One of the prisoners, Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Morales, 30, who landed
with the Olama group, said
they were told a plane load of
ammunition was en route from
Cuba but it never arrivei.
He said he also was told help
was coming fro,n Venezuela,
but that never materialized
either.
the cost of his diplomal,c soirees,
and how this compares with the
allowance which the Bri.ish give
their ambassador here.
The witness couldn't say for
sure about the British ambassa ambassador,
dor, ambassador, except that he gets $100,000
a year for entertainment and oth other
er other matters of "prestige," like pret pretty
ty pretty clothes for his wife. lie said
our man in London gets $5,000 a
year, not enough to cover the an annual
nual annual 4th of July party.
"In a year," the witness said,
"he spends at least five times
what we allow him."
"In orher words," said Sen. J.
William Fulbright (D Ark.), "you

.....-- ..-.- .,, --
' 'k
. I, ,Igt P
.. .,. .. ., .
.
.
,
.....
C.
.
.
,,s1,--:, --: ?.,1 ;., ',
.., - -, ,- .. : ',.
..1. 0. t',
0 eagratngSTOO. .,,,, .7': ::: -;: ',:i 1
CAHADIAN WHISKY
,
illie
'I.. a ;111 1 t ;
Stevie I ',-
O. .7,, 1- .-,
olleamovaso .. --
'11Elmorms,
. fty ,t .,
. diet I --.,.- .,i .;
ilDrOteited 44 NW Now1,.....;04 .,
Ifee'D A.: .1
-

Ro

0

c),Vne(01
Western Big 3
Say Breakdown
Being Forced

,11

GENEVA, June 10 (UPI) The western powers to today
day today charged Russia with trying to force a "breakdown's
in the Big Four conference by advancing "totally unaci unaciceptable'
ceptable' unaciceptable' Berlin proposals which revive Red threats'to
the outpost city.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Berding
gave this public reply to a secret Russian offer to extend'.
western rights in Berlin for one year on conditions.
These conditions were that during the 12-month
"status quo" period that West Germany sit down with.
Communist East Germans to work out "the program of'
reunification."

The American spokNman, at
a hastily summoned news con conference,
ference, conference, gave the folowing sum summary
mary summary of the proposal outlined
by Gromy ko :
The Soviet Union could ac accept
cept accept "the temporary mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of certain western occu occupation
pation occupation areas in West Berlin for
a one-year period."
During this period, an all allGerMan
GerMan allGerMan committee of East and
West German representatives.
with equal numbers from each
side, "should solve the problem
of reunification And, Agree' on
tt'pez-gttritinternVit 'Mate treaty,
and facilitate the develpoment
and broadening 'of contacts" be between
tween between East and West German:V.
--The ,Soviet Union would
insist on a one-year limit for
"the successful completion" of
these negotiations "in order to
permit VVest Germany from
blocking the peace treaty in indefinitely."
definitely." indefinitely." Russia's agreement to a
one-vear recognition of "cortain
Ocrtmatinn rirints in Wee' 'ler 'lerlin"
lin" 'lerlin" would be condiLional upon
the follovine points:
a) The West would cut its
forces and weapons in West
Berlin to a "symbolic number."
Gromyko did not sav yesterday
what meant by "symbolic," but
previously. according to Berding.
he said this meant one platoon
for each of the three western
Powers.
b) Hostile uropaganda in West
Berlin against East Germany
and "other socialist countries"
should he stooped.
c) All organization in West
Bertin enzaged in espionage
and hostile activities against
East Germans, and other So Soclartst
clartst Soclartst countries should be
"liquidated."
Vic, Pier Revive
Marital Harmony
'car ld's Sake'
LONDON (UPI) Italian film
actress Pier Angell announced
today that she and her former
husband, singer Vic Damone, had
agreed on a "complete reconcilia reconciliation"
tion" reconciliation" for the sake of their 3-yearold
boy, Perry.
Miss Angell had stirred a storm
by taking young Perry from
Hollywood several months go
after her divorce from Damone
became final. Damone had made
efforts to seek her arrest on
grounds that she violated a court
orde- in spiriting the child out outside
side outside the United States.
D'mone had flown to London
Sunday night to see his son and
to try to smooth things over with
his ex-wife.
Parties
exlcude from our top embassy
money of his own, or who hasn't
posts any man who doesn't have
married a rich wife?"
''That is true," the witness con conceded.
ceded. conceded. The agency asked Congress for
$F50,000 for its entertainment costs
next year all veil the world. The
House cut this to $825,000. And the
fact is, the witness said, what our
diplom at s urgently needed was
more than $1,000,000.
"Why didn't you ask for it?"
Fullbright demanded.
"Based on previous experience,"
the man said, "we felt it was use.
less."

iminm-mmor
!
FIVIR CENTS-

dl The western powers must
promise not to "station atomiet
or missile bases" in West Berg
lin. t
Gromyko said the Soviet ,1311-
Ion would be compelled to,:sig-1,
e, separate peace treaty -IVIVIT
East Germany if the allies re refused
fused refused to knuckle under to the
new Russian proposal.
OAS May Close
Panama'Avasiiipt
Probe On Friday
WASHINGTON, June 10 (UPI)
Members of the Organization
of American States hoped to today
day today to close the month-long it..
vestigation into the armed in.
vasion of Panama at a special
Council meeting Friday.
This hope was bolstered by
reports that Cuba anti the Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic, apparently
tor different reasons, appeared
to be satisfied with the report
of the five-nation investigating
committee.
A meeting last month to con consider
sider consider the group's preliminary
report was abruptly ended in
an uproar that came with an
exchange between Dominican
Republic and Cuban envoys.
Dominican Ambassador Vir Virgilio
gilio Virgilio Ordonez accused Cuban
Premier Fidel Castro of having
masterminded the Panamanian
attack and fomenting unrest
elsewhere in the Caribbean.
linen Cuban Ambassador Raul
Roa reported by denouncing the
Dominican government as the
"nausea of our Hemisphere."
The preliminary report 1,11
known to contain no accusa accusations
tions accusations against any government.
But it, calls on all countries tO
redouble their vigilance against
any attempt to have their ter territory
ritory territory used as a base of armed
aggression against eeighbor re republics,
publics, republics, informed sources toit
United Press International.
Zonians Warned
Toy Cap Pistols
Are Dangerous
Canal Zone residents are' be being
ing being warned by the Police Divi
sion against the possession and
use of a small toy pistol now
available on the Isthmus which
has capabilities of turning into
a dangerous weapon.
The pistol is not only an um,
safe toy but its use is a viola.
tion of the executive regulation
prohibiting the sale and use of
fireworks in the Canal ZOTIO,
police authorities 89Y.
According to the police report,
the gun i:, similar in size alid
-hapP to a 25 caliber automa
tic. It can be cocked and a taC4
tory-made cork plug. impret impretnated
nated impretnated with powder. and a can.
Inserted into the open end of
the barrel. When the trigger 4,
pulled, it pushes a plunger 101,4
ward. strikinft the cap and sett
ting off the no- wder with a WWI
.f
noise.
Two of these pistols wet
found by the Canal Zone poliCe
on the Atlantic side. They were
confiscated and the parents ol
the, children coverned orerf
ndtified of tbo bawds.

ionth'4,
With 4
;,
ill Of'
I
P
Mint
t Berg
,I3'n- I
o,'Ittre-1; 1
!'7,tetttlIT
Les re- i
to the
,
4 1
43
se
.
,,,,A t.
la V

'4,
,,

a ato
to ato ist
ed
:;
1
;
ad,
,
,
to
a.
)1
DI
Le,
7t,
Id 4,1
04
Its.
O.
of
r. t
t
Ci
r v
rf
,

-,, ,'
4' ,,
,,,,,, N, 040.4 $
i
fto-k,
I,
,
.
, ' i
,
,,f
,.,. ,,t,g4-.1. A,I, i ' I ::, i ,7'. '

r,
,
,
, , : : ":' ,
' ' ''..,A..10Idgibud.wailialL.,1116Ami.4....i1.--;,,i'.A.A.moNfo d'e'ott



,

,-".,0140111..,..."...- vt,,o-ooio'ft'WP.,.,,--,,-,.,,,,a,O--$dlou.

,
,
TITE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
,
' WEDNESDAY, JUNE le, 1110
PAGE TWO

,

.
,
,

t

-
4
4
,s

.
,
,
; 0

THE PANAMA

-

04tHES Awe PusLABHED 12, THE AAAAA AMERICAN PRESS, INC.
irsoNDES Sy NELSON ROLM AAAAA L
HARMODIO ARIAS. co.'s!
11 -57 H TRW P 0 Sox 134 PANAMA IE or P
7ELEPHopil 2-0740 t IsAits
CASILE ADDVIESS A RICAN. P
CELAN OFFICE; 13 C L AVENUE illYWEEN 2TH AND 137m St PPPPP
itentioN PPPPPP m7A7Ive JOSHUA I POWERS IN
345 Alastsom Ayr Nsw YoAA 17 1 N. Y

Pile 040WIII IN A OVA NC&
PIM MI MONTH. IN ACIVANCe
itoo 0N1 VENN IN AAAAA Ca

The hied los is an pen forum tor readers of The Panama American
Letters are received protofelly and are handled in a wholly confidential
IONNION
if roe contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't IPPON the
mint day. Letters are published in the order received.
- Please try le keep the letters limited is ono page length.
Identity of letter writers is hold in stricter confidence.
This Irewseeistr assumes no responsibility for statements or opinion
expressed in letters item readers.

THE MAIL BOX

COMMISSARY SHOPPING
g
Enough is enough from the old maid, male or female, that

COMMISSARY

toe. ralIVIAKII 40 CAIWASII 1 1 Uail 1,11r 1 ILI Lasc41, lAsca-1, wass.vo
' .,as been idling the Mailbox with letters about who can buy in
file commissary, Army Minded Civilian, It..0 ,athetic Shopper,
1. 44, and Regular GI (Mailbox, June 3, 4, (i) appeL, 1,o be one and the
-same person from the poor grammar used, and the stupid ideas
expressed. What Regular GI better do is enroll in the ArmY
Education Program and take some basic English.
I'm an Army wife. I shop in the Pan Canal Commissaries
end I shop at the Army Commissary store. To date. neither
place has been short of the things I need, and I've had no trou
ole getting in because of crowds of civilians. In fact, I don't
know wheiner many of them are civilians or military wives. We
: all look about the same. Probably because about ten years ago
, I was a civilian, and I have some sisters and brothers civilians.
; I also have a lot of friends down here who are civilians. Some
, of them work for the Army and I'm glad to see them. They pay
taxes just like I do, and if it is cheaper or more handy to shoo
1 at the Army commissary, I am happy for them.
What Army Minded Civilian, Sympathetic Shopper and Reg Reg:
: Reg: ular GI doesn't know is that the commanding --neral decided
f that all military services employes should be allowed this privi privi.
. privi. lege to partially offset the condition whereby Panama Canal em em.
. em. ployes can accumulate their sick leave and use it just like an an,
, an, nual leave. Army employes can't, which makes Panarr- Canal
'Imployment more advantageous. The commandincy ge 1 has
41 dpne his part to equalize working conditions to hell) Tvices
polli their good employes.
Regular GI better list his quarters ailowance, medical ex exDenses
Denses exDenses for himself and his family, and state whether his wife
and family are here on Army orders, and a few other things.
when he writes for his 25 per cent.
No one wrote in to give a word of hope to the mother who
wrOte about the need for understanding for the excePtional
child. It v.',.as a lovely prayer. I know it must have left a much
: better thought in the minds of the readers than all this hate
mongering the Army Minded Civilian, Sympathetic Shopper, Reg
.'-ular GI is trying to stir up. There should be a prayer for people
' like he is...the psychiatrists can't do everything.
,,
I like the Canal Zone end I like the people on it. Please ac ac,
, ac, : he signs his name. He is not a regular GI, I guarantee.
Friendly Army Wife.

,
, IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK
' ;,,,!,'-Sir:
Do yiu have a drinking problem? Are vou one of the manv
'' that always steps over bat invisible boundary line of 'social'
drinking?
. Your problem is not as unique as you may think, though it
I ts an intensely serious matter. If you have the desire to get well,
you can get professional help through Alcoholics Anonymous.
To relieve some anxiety of the person worried about his or
.. her drinking, alcoholism Is not necessarily a moral problem. be because
cause because there is nothing immoral in being ill. It is, rather, a health
problem, and up to the Individual concerned to take advantage
-Of any help available.
- You may not be sure that you have a drinking problem, but
If any doubt exists. it would be wise to take stock. Alcoholism
Is not a r;asty word, but a progressive Illness and like cancer or
a.abetes becomes unmanageable without the victim being aware
that he or she has a dread disease,.
,
Anonyznity is the basis of the A.A. rrogram, and sobriety
,
ir naval. 'the newcomer can come into A.A. with the assurance
Itha. none wilL'Adolata any confidence and' all aAprehensions
WHI4lissolve 'When yot learn first-hind A la a of the fellowship
are interested only in your drinking problem and not your rat rating
ing rating or rank.
Zddress correspondence to: Drawer "A" Diablo or phone
4-----cept this Army Wife's apologies for Regular GI no matter how
r Br lboa 3709. Call after 7:30 p.m. on Mondays or Fridasv for Im Imo
o Imo ,4 i,ellate contact.
4 ANON.

RAILROAD

Sir 1 ',,'W "I (P,MIS-,1 lolor -,or T rip Rpm..
lookq like 41,e r.lIl I
A prominent E'uropean statesman visiting the United States re-,telm hums
malked tt. newsmen that the average AMeriCan seemed to be al- Air p(,rf,,, ,A,ao,,,,,. 1 I ,,,,,,1
vou the food will be hette or at
vvays having to decide, as the owner of an automobile and a few
shares of od stock, whether he should be happy over a few cents ir, n,ore er)tly to tt ,,,b1;,.
rise in the price of gasoline. This newest what 1,,,q, the
My concern, as owner of a considerable number of shares of -,,,,,.,n Dq,,rs julton, ,,,,b f ,r
the indig.ent ,n'i the trOldh, enirni
rennsylvania Railroad stock which over many years has paid dis disappointing
appointing disappointing dividends, is whether I am better off with the Panama not ereens .,-in 11,04 1.9no 1,,1
Railroad absorbing the salaries of the Pennsy's higher echelon of- :umstr,s:- smi row b" p,,,,,,i,1
to bra,' 2 non. So who ".n0 ";a
ficials while the Pennsy cannot pay them, thereby reducing the
Pennsy's overhead expense (and presumably increasing the pos- :
mi when you can got -onrq-1, 2,
sibility of inV receiving some dividends), or whether my income tax ,.,- for committin- a nol nolpaymentq
paymentq nolpaymentq are paying for the increased cost (and loss) of the Pan- lance?
ama Railroad.
Of course the classic outburst of the year was the parting re- This is better housing than we
mark of one George Smith (not to be confused with John Smith of know, Alice. So heave a rock, a aPocahontas
Pocahontas aPocahontas fame, although George did give the Railroad the same lOng about Dec. 1. (let yourself
romantic treatment which history credits to John and Pocahontas): arrested, if you can find a cop.
that the Panama Railroad was a gold mine (adding as an after- Throw a cum wrapp-r on the
thought that it only lost S150,000 last year). What seems inconsistent, s'reet, Alice. and sneol A nice
to say the Icast. is that we pay bonuses for losing money (we paid warm winter We hay, .,, ma,
last year $16,000 in manager's salary for losing $150,000). Why not rent Mayor. He'll look after you.
pay these people a percentage of net or gross profit, say 20 per percent,
cent, percent, of net: if the road earned S100,000 the management would get ..........-..---...
$20,000; if the road earned nothing, as has been the case for many
years nod :11 the absence of a better system will continue, then
there is little justification for high-salaried management to "phase DAILY
out" the mad into the standby "mothball" status which will prevail 1
as quickly ItE Colon port facilities are available. It is apparent that mEDITATIoN
rigor mortis has set in too extensively for effective relief through 1
costly dves of Lydia E. Pinkham's elixir.
A Stockholder.

CANAL ZONE VFW TEENERS
Sir:
There is a young baseball player named Jose Rodriguez who
finished fifth in batting among the players who participated in the
VFW Teener series with an average of .423.
I wondei why he was not selected as a member of the regular
team representing the Canal Zone at the 1959 VFW National Teener
Baseball Tourney at Hershey, Pa.
Among the selected ones there are 11 players with a batting
average 'OWN thrin Rodriguez, including seven below .400, two be below
low below .300 ( 726 & .273) and one batting .143!
If you read an article published by the Panama American on
June 5, Page 9, you will find an official batting average of the play players
ers players that took part in the 12-game VFW Teener series in which Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez appears in fifth place with an average of .423.
If you have time check the names of the players selected to rep represtnt
restnt represtnt the Canal Zone and the names that appear in the batting
average list, and you will find that from the first ten best players,
accortling to batting average, the only one who Witti included in the
VFW Team is Rodriguez Why?
I would like to know why! Is this fair play? Is this sportsmanship?

The pcople who made this selection, mansgers and coaches from
the Fastlich, Atlantic, Armed Fore?s and Curundu Leagues: people
who are well acquainted with all the plaverg and also who have good
knowledge of baseball, should give an explanation about this injus
ticellt
Observer.

NEPTUNE

Sir:
I must agree with King Neptune. The Panam. Canal so socalled
called socalled ship captains have more woes than s nine-month pregnant
woman rolling out an Atlantic Ocean gale in a canoe.
I think the good Governor should change their head inflat
trig title of captain to "steererhitchhiker" 0r some similar han handle.
dle. handle. The way this gang hato been costing the government money
smashing sides of the Canal or running aground. I suggest the
ILIS- Navy send some lower grade seaman enlisted man with 90
days basic training under his belt down Panama way to indoc
trinate these overpaid cry babies in ship skippering.
I'm expecting one of their wives to cry in the Mail Box that
her husband hu to pay more income tax than a t10-cent-an-hour
local-rater.
Low And Behold.

AMERICAN

INC.
LOCA.', II, NAM
6 1 70 S 2 SO
NO 13 00
la 50 2 4 00
SHOPPING
MANAGEMENT
COMMENTS

I
By ROBERT C. MARK
The female lead in that looking lookingglass
glass lookingglass bit, YOU know, Alice in Woti Wotioerland,
oerland, Wotioerland, with the rabbits and all,
sure woula be at home in a place
called NE. York, which some peo people
ple people call a city, out I call a state
of out-of-your-mind.
Now here is d thriving metro metropolis,
polis, metropolis, it says, which is definite definitely
ly definitely pinching its pennies, and is
sore tied to tarpaulin-muster. e enough
nough enough extra pennies to give some
very-much-needed raises to such
as teachers, cops, firemen and
the other people who make this
mad metropolitan music go
round and round.
Consider this city: If you live
on Minetta Street (not Minetta
Lane, please; I've lived on both
and know the difference) the
bums and the stray cats are hap hapPY,
PY, hapPY, with the bums drunk in the
doorways off canned heat and the
cats eating the cast-out chicken
guts. You could call Minetta
Street a littered street, believe
me, Mr. Mayor.
Consider this city: It installs
public ash trays along Madison
Avenue. (Do you carry the half halfinch
inch halfinch butt four blocks, Mr. Mayor.
to find the ask tray, or do you
heave it into the gutter like I drt?
Do you curb your dog, Mr. Ma Mayor?
yor? Mayor? The Duke of Windsor and
I always curbed our dogs when
we were walking them but yott
couldn't curb them on Minetta
Street because of the bums and
the cats and the hoodlums and
the chicken guts.)
Consider this city: It conducts
a full-scale war on people who
have been called "litterbugs,"
people who supposedly throw bits
of paper and Junk on the streets.
And tickets are handed out for
said offense, while youths are hi hijacking
jacking hijacking rowboats in Central Park,
and sex perverts are exposing
themselves while the mounted
copper asks you if your leashed
dog has a license.
But every time some four bit
king or some obscur? Arab, or
some flagpole sitter from Lower
Lobelia comes to town, all the
little stenos are told to hand out
the window and louse up the
streets with ticker tape from the
Battery to City Hall. Alio. are
you with me? And get that blood bloody
y bloody rabbit off the divan. Throw a
gum wrapper cn the street, k klice,
lice, klice, and let that rabbit go -uncurbed,
and some cop will lay a
summons on vou.
Consider tAis city: Alice, you
wouldn't believe it, but I have
seen a picture of a new work workhouse,
house, workhouse, not quite a jail. Alice, a
kind of winter residence for the
cheap bums who can't stand the
draft in Minetta Stec'. qevn mil million
lion million clams they're -aving. and
it'll be an easy 10 million when
the iisonl hands come out of the
usual till
Alice, this n-w
type pokey is being plOnned b
cause the current rest homp on
Hart Island isn't ranch evied
enolioh. and the biims ars "Inl "Inlplaininz.
plaininz. "Inlplaininz. I mean, yon know. how
c-tn yoo tt-teh the r-inrn
ain't right? God. wish I were
a rabbit. Aliee. All yon
lawn. In any case, nit, rtear.
nronos'd loint tor the short
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mis
sionary of the Panama Canal
Zone.)
MAHER-SHALAL-HASH-BAZ
"Tak a large tablet and writs
upon it in common characters
and I want unto the prophetess,
and she conceived and bora a
son."
Have you ever read a short story
which tries to describe the world
after an atomic war? In today's
reading Isaiah la doing that for
his nation. He sees the city be become
come become a desert. In place of cul cultivated
tivated cultivated vineyards there will be a
wilderness' where unarmed men
will hot venture.
But he has a magic word to
avert the curse, Maher-Shalalhash-baz,
"Speed-booty hasten hastenplunder."
plunder." hastenplunder." The, enemy will be de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. The threatened doom can
be averted. Man need no t revert
to savagery.
Note how Isaiah proclaims his
message. Because the king has
refused to listen the prophet ap appeals
peals appeals to the common man. He
writes his word where all may
see it. There is hope for that
cause which can appeal to the
average person. If the Christian
faith is really catholic it can at attract
tract attract the COMMon man.
Secondly, Isaiah gives the
word as a name for him newborn
son. The pronhet is speaking for
the future. There is always hope
if we can enliAt the aupport of
the on coming youth.

Ruarkous
Comments

1
I
i 0
o
O
'.,....'.'...''
.."."1.....'.v..,
;
NEA Service, t;Is;:.'';':''

, -- moo ftwo 1. I IP
1
I
1.1.1
.
.
, --.,.
(0.
'''
,,.......
,
--- ,,,
1 :
-
- .k --....'
,.,..
-.::----- -
tf( f ...:-s
ks ,, ,:,:..., ., ,,,.
Arm.......-...,.,,...ir ', '' 1 ---: 'N
t ,'c, '.:-:,-'' '''''
,, W:11.) ,, :, :,...,i;--, ..:,,,; ., .
, ,7, .....).,,,,
,.....,,,,,0044.4.............. I e) 1i, .....;,.;.,,,,..
-
k 41 ----
..
,
' '' .'' : i':.,:44i,,P, '.:Av
OnnEEnror An, AT ' :, ; '... : l'il: .. '-.t.!' ; ' :' i. s
Ci,
..4"1........ame. la, 1
PtjtbAR I IN' ': ' ..' i I . . , 111
11
'N,',), s sr : n';' At
dll!1111,,11111.,,.:'s'--- - - ..'s po
, 0 '-'::, t
. ''-- 1.;.1) ..----- ,.,: N 4 .---'1,iii 11,:, ,,,,,
,
.-
.,,47,44' I :':,'
'',..-kle '''..-
,,,;'4.::4(. ! I
; :
e
' ., ;' r,-
;p, ,- ,,,,,....,,,- -aL'....14;f,
:': ''' '',---1';',7t.'2, ,;:,Z,Z:- Z. 44.70p ,.,
.... 1,,,t
4,,
.14,t,5.,.s.
,7,...:.7,....:,:v.:, 14.,i,,,4,, ;,..,.,i;i.
Qapaot ...m..roh,54;..
,,,,...;,..,,,
ito..,,,A" :.
,,,,-.V..,!N,.J.1.4 5 ,.,'i,,-A-.,:f!:44t--
-- ,V. q, .1.qp- ,,':',X0,0k.rv,,,
..::::::71.,"...;;.:Yjg1,P' delliP '. .:',i9,114:1,, ;,,,,,,grA-9..V':':
- :i.'.4.-.i:',.;'S';J' -,,,,,,,4.1 h,
- .4
' ,, ;:,:,..iiigs.:...Y:14,.,..,4.A., ,..,,,o,A ,- 4,,,A ,.,,,,.1,.:-f,,,,,,,..., .. -, Ag
:,,,,,tY,.., '.V.3.-, adiliPP.
: 4.7f4,,TA:!-:3;gt.,?'
. '.41.:,'-; ;,:,:,,460731X !::,.:. tl!':':::87.'''''' ''''...r.''''''''''kr'4'74'r-:
)1 (1,1
. ''':::-::2::::$'40,i'irtf .-'' ':404'..-''' kij,10:;''''4''..::'
,,,m10,10104.- ''''
.N EA Service, tris;-'.::-..1::'''::.rs,Oi,,AX,3 .., :;c;:''' '' 4 :7.,,77,. ,,,.....,;,,,?:.,:;,1., "9
.,, ,,

Walter Winchell In

BRADWAY
How long ago and far away you
seem.
As fragLo as a whisper in the
dark,
As distant as a dream within a
dream;
Tonight I haard your name a
chance remark
Awoke the sleaping sounds of
memory,
And all at once our favorite cafe
Was hauntad by a love that used
to ba,
A ghost from some enchanted
yesterday.
How long ago and far away you
are.
In time the trauma heals, the
tears subside,
But there is still the shadow of
a scar
Tha days and months and years
can never hide...
I sit and watch the smiling Iovers
pass,
Wrirl.e.'-lae, the waiter, fills my
k,:thirsty gass.
mitchall Parish
Manha ttan Silhouettes: Anna
M a gna ni getting the h and-kissmg 1
bit from Gogi, the Cotillion Room
host. .Loretta Young's beauty
illuminating the Eden Roc spot.
Alexis Smith in from Movietown
enjoying the 5th Avenue window
displays. loan Fontaine's- snaz snazzy
zy snazzy sun-hat dazzling the Plaza lob.
byites. Sophie Tucker, home
from Piccadilly, enjoying the welcome-home
smiles from Lind v's
bagel-dunkers. .Gingec Rogers
stealing the show from the other
Romeo Salta celebs..Golf champ
Mike Souchak and JiM my Da Ina Inaret
ret Inaret at Eddie Codon's jazz bone.
Al ath arine Hepburn. wit hout,
makeup, and wearing leopard leopardjeans
jeans leopardjeans at the "Mark Twain To Tonight"
night" Tonight" hit. Andy Griffith, co costar
star costar of "Destry," showing GOV.
Ernest Hollings of South Carolina
the Bright Lights scene.
-
Sallies In Our Alley: Sidney
Blackmer, one of the stal s
"Sweet Bird Of Youth," was at
an Actors' Union meeting where
they discussed contract problems.
Especially those involving a tem temperamental
peramental temperamental a c.ress. "Hell," ex expit
pit expit ined Mrr. Blackmer, '"she's
been fired from everywhere ex except
cept except Cape Canavera I!"
-
Vignette: Dave Walton reports
on the couple who celebrated
their 25th wedding ann'y at a
party in Washington Sq. Village.
The guests had a rollicking time,
laughing, singing, dancing, drink
Alice.
Of course, dear, I'm not sug
geoling that even a temporary
jail should be a dungeon, but
New York has some schools that
are 50 years old and older. It
seems to me that seven or 10 mil million
lion million bucks might be spent in the
schoolhouse d;rection, it only to
prevent a peak enrollment of
punks in futtir. years for the new
cabana.
Minetta Street was good enough
for me, Alice. It's good enough
for the other bums. A Sunday pal
per can stilt! keep you wlrm

NEW SHIPMENTS OF
SILVER GIFT ITEMS
Just Received
FROM ENGLAND
FROM DENMARK
FROM U. S.

,
hot'w
Avillietrip0)

,Beatnik

a
it
---- 0 --,

ing. Except the husband who sat room. But don't wear gray when
around and moped. ."W n a t's you visit her. She considers it
wrong?" he asked. ."When we hard luck .Disc-jockey star Pe Pewere
were Pewere married 5 years," he re- ter Potter won't permit his kitis
plied, "she made me so angry I to have one single Rot-and-RAI
wanted to slash her throat. I told platter in the house. Allen G11-
my lawyer about it and he told tespie, 28, is the big buzz alnng
me I would have gotten 20 years. Tune Pan Alley because of bis
Today I'd be a free man!" new magazine which you spin
on your record-player. He was
Memos of a Midnighter: joan broke and toiling on a tugboat a
Caulfield, who divorced husband year ago. .Bobby Weill, a leatur leaturFrank
Frank leaturFrank Ross (and then discovered ed player in "Once Upon A Mat
she was preggy), may next wed trees," was a behind-the-cour-tera
wealthy barrister. .Rod Alex- salesman at Woolworth's at 4 tth
ander and Bambi Linn, just di- and Broadway for 5 years.
vorced, will continue their act. Stage star Julie Harris' husband,
Actress Madeleine Morgan and Manning Gurian, does all the
comic George. Levall were rivet- cooking at their home. .Ex-Latin
ed last week. ."Gypsy" cost a- Quarter show-gel Peggy Lynch
bout $390,000 to produce. It is works in Washington ST. Village
grossing $82,000 a week. They- ex- as a traffic cop.

around and moped. ."W n a t's
wrong?" he asked. ."When we
were married 5 years," he re replied,
plied, replied, "she made me so angry I
wanted to slash her throat. I told
my lawyer about it and he told
me I would have gotten 20 years.
Today I'd be a free man!"
Memos of a Midnighter: .loan
Caulfield, who divorced husband
Frank Ross (and then discovered
she was preggy), may next wed
a wealthy barrister. .Bod Alex Alexander
ander Alexander and Bambi Linn, just di divorced,
vorced, divorced, will continue their act.
Actress Madeleine Morgan an(V
comic George. Levall were rivet-1
ed last week. ."Gypsy" cost a about
bout about $390,000 to produce. It is 1
grossing 02,000 a week. They- ex expect
pect expect to pay it off in 20 weeks.
.Les Paul and Mary Ford got
the glad news that an image is
on the way. .Dorothea Spencer
in the last "Ziegfield Follies"
weds Thomas Collymer, a Philly
broker, June 18.. ,,reason
'realty tycoon Zockendoat withdrew
his offer of $600.000 guarantee for
the Patterson-Johansson title fiqht
He got so many requests from
politicos and other freeloaders
(asking for bunches of free du ducats)
cats) ducats) it would have cost him $50,-
000 which he could not deduct.
Show Biz Success Saga: .He is
6 ft 7 and tinder contract to mo movie
vie movie star John Wayne. .Because
of his heieht. Hollywood heroes
(such as Glenr Ford) dodged us using
ing using him in their movies. One
day Mr. Wayne was offered the
lead in a new type of Weste,rn se series,
ries, series, but he hRd to spurn it as it
interefered with his cinema com commitments.
mitments. commitments. He suggested Mr. Six
Foot Seven for the rolebut rie
Tall One rebelled. "It'd rein
Hollywod career to get tied up
with television!" he groaned.
"What career?" checked Wayne.
"You haven't made a picture
yet!'. After considerabln ner nersuasion.
suasion. nersuasion. James Arness accepted.
The TV show was "Gun "Gunsmoke."
smoke." "Gunsmoke." Stage Door: 20th Century rox
is now battling to sign SarrIrq
Church, who has Illy. title role in
"Gypsy." Thev tested her t.,vo
years ago, thankt?d her veddy
mitrh, and sent her back to New
York. Margaret Hall, comid
click in "Fallout," last apoeprnd
as Lady Godiva in Mike Todd's
narty at Madison Sq. Garden.
One Las Vegas snot offered $70,-
000 per week for "My Fair Lady"
.The test som,,, dance direc directors
tors directors give prosneetive shorines:
Three two-bit pieces. One held
between the' thighs. To prove good
Ings. Ilero detective Mario Biag Biaggi,
gi, Biaggi, who shot a bandit de-d in a
gun duel, has an offer of a
screen test from a major studio.
His net TV shows are cops-androbber
melodramas be,suse he
detectives are such funny come comedians!".
dians!". comedians!". June Havoc's autobio,,
doesn't give much space to sisl.er
Gypsy Rose Lee.
Cast of Ch2racterr D olores
Gray, co-star of "Destry" isn't
so superstitious that she MindS
your whistling in tilt dressing
mercurio
Jewellers
COattot Aweavap

.&

New York
The Orchid Tree: "But Will
They Get It In Des Moines?" a
new novel. One of the few nooks
that accurately captures the
strange lunacy of TV. The hila hilarious
rious hilarious travesty. on gabby radio in interviewers
terviewers interviewers by Nichols and 111a3p
on Dinah's last frolic...The Blue
Angel's zippy show, starring Ca Carol
rol Carol Burnett, and newcomers Ken
and Mitzie Welch. .Bart How Howard's
ard's Howard's first big break: "You Are
In Love" as ,rendered by Perry
Como. Carmen MacRae's song
styling at the Village Vanguard.
The Late Watch: Actress Lee
Ann Jeffries and CBS exec Thin
Whedon were married in Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, her home town. Torro.
a new Mexican night club, wit, o open
pen open in the Winter Garden Bldg.
soon. .Eivis Presley flattened a
barracks heckler, who teased
him about his blue satin lounging
slippers Stork Clubbers report
that Fire Comm. Cavanagh's sis sister
ter sister Barbara will become sec'v to
the Mayor's wife. .Model agLn agLncy
cy agLncy head Harry Conover, under a
dark cloud via charges by un unpaid
paid unpaid models, has a defender in
his ex-wife. She writes newsmen
testifying to his honestry. "St
Louis Blues" composer V.
"The F. B. Story," due via War
ner's in September, will be the
Movie of the Year, according to
previewers...Is "Everything Com Coming
ing Coming Up Roses' for Ethel Met-.
man offstage?
s The Water

..1,WZrZ) 004,
avant 1 r P .
r
7,.:. l'..'
12; ''
s.,. ,--,-
,.....
r,...1. ii...1.,
Jot
. 7 i re
IA
d ).). 1
R
az,
v
--Ak
1:2&,.....X ,114;117111
,

MODERN& S. Al

One half block

v,..
f
4, : 4 ,
, , i 4
I.,
i' ''''''
t j 'il

IIMEMIEEMPIMINibi

, 4
,1(111111 AMIN ASHINGTON
01,110UrID
, ,,,,,,,

WASHINGTON, Ric bird M.
Nixon, who shot up to the mond
politica post in We dation irs,, a
relatively short period of time);sat
not far from Andrei Grom ko,
who shot up to the impo ant
post of fore minister of Soviet
Russia also in a short period of
time.
They were at the foreign min ministers'
isters' ministers' luncheon given by ibiesi ibiesident
dent ibiesident Eisenhower after the fillies
funeral.
"Mr. Gromyko," said the viee
president pleasantly, "I am some sometimes
times sometimes mistaken for you. Traveling
abroad the sometimes think I am
foreign minister of the Soviet
Union."
NoteIt's been a long time
since Nixon defeated Congress Congresswoman
woman Congresswoman Helen Gahagan Douglas
for the Senate in California on the
charge that site followed the Com Communist
munist Communist line id Congress.
STRAUSS NOSCCOUNT
Even before the long and pain painstaking
staking painstaking hearings on Adm. 1.,Awis
Strauss had been published, most
Senators had made up their minds
on how the pwould vote. Many
had purely personal reasons en entirely
tirely entirely unconnected with the dynamite-laden
record.
Here are some of the Senators
who have made up their minds
and some who haven't, plus their
background motives:
Sen. Stuart Symington, Mil MilseuriWavering.
seuriWavering. MilseuriWavering. He confides
"Strauss is a social friend. It
would be embarrassing not to vote
for him."
Son. Richard Robertson, Ore OregenWavering.
genWavering. OregenWavering. "He's a personal
friend of my family."
Sen. Witils Robertson, Virginia
For. The dominating Senator
from Virginia, Harry Byrd, has set
the line for Strauss, and Robert Robertson
son Robertson always follows Buret.
Son. Jennings Randolph, West
VirginiaWavering. He .useO to
be vice' president of Capital Air Airlines
lines Airlines which has transportation
problems before the government.
Secretary of Commerce Strauss is
anuthority. Randolph denies, how however,
ever, however, that this influences his DO DOsition.
sition. DOsition. Sen A:bert Gore, Tennessea
For. His great friend and political
benefactor, Bernard Baruch, is
for Strauss. Albert votes With Ba Baruch.
ruch. Baruch. Son. Jack KennedyWavering.
Jack doesn't say so, but in the
back of his mind is the possibili possibility
ty possibility that if he becomes president he
will have confirmation troubles
too. On the other hand, his fellow
Catholic, colleague Sen. Euge.ne
McCarthy of Minnesota, has warn warned
ed warned that any presidential hopeful
who votes for Strauss will stamp
himself as a tight-control presi president
dent president not likely to cooperate with
Congress. ;
Sen. Beb Kerr. OklahemaFer.
IntimateAtirt el Sen. Clinton, An-I
debn' )? ettsIttWeb! who
would usua ly support' Anderson in
his battle against Strauss. How However,
ever, However, Kerr wanted Anderson to
suoport him on an amendment to
the insurance law benefiting Tex Texas
as Texas and Oklahoma insurance com companies.
panies. companies. Anderson refused. Since
then, Kerr has been buttonholino
votes for Strauss against his old
friend.
ONETIME OIL FRIEND
Price Daniel of Texas was con considered
sidered considered a dyed-in-the-wool cham
Pion of the or and gas companies
when he served in the U.S.Senate
from Texas. With Daniel back in
Texas today as governor, how however,
ever, however, the oil and gas companies
Safe

I'S
1 400pPO
.1 C 1141NDAOOK 10111A

n Your Swimming Pool?

FOR USE BY YOUR
FAMILY and GUESTS

Consult lylODERNA, S.
U.SA. Public Health
Poo! Sanitation.
CHLORINE
Water
Disinfectant

SODA ASII muQuErrEs
For the neutralization of acid condition
SWIMMING POOL TRIATMENT
For the control of Algaes
RE-FRESH-EN
Foot Bath and disinfectant for ot6r'
surfaces around pool and buildings.'
DISTRIBUTORS

to the left of the National

Pwommimimin

ate fuming and sputtering against
their continue friend.
What Daniel, has done li'demand
that 'Oil inginpeline companies
'Pay their ahare of the Isx load for
theState of
Chipared with the 'pipeline
companies pay their.abare ot the
tagjoad for the State of Texas.
Compared with the pipeline
companies of Louisiana, the Tex Texas
as Texas pipeline Moguls get oftd wtth
a mere tax slap on the wrisL If
they paid taxes at the same rate
as in Louisiana, Texas would have
a hundred million dollars surplus
in its treasury.
Howevei, Daniel's former gas
and Oil friendf are now yelling
"traitor," especially Tennessee
Gas Transmission, El Peso Maw.
ral Gas, and Herman, and
George Broen of Texas- Eastern.
The latter are special friends of
Sen. Lyndon Johnson.
Before Daniel was elected te
the U.S. Senate he staged a fa famous
mous famous battle against a sales tax
proposed by the then Governor
"Nippy" O'Daniel. It was Price
who led the "immortal 56" legis legislators
lators legislators in demanding higher taxes
big business, not higher taxes
lin the consumer. He won.
Today as governor be is equal equally
ly equally embattled with his own legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, much to the great displea displeasure
sure displeasure of the pipeline industry.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
Cleveland voters have been sent!
ing Sen. Steve Young, of Ohio, Job
Newman's "Father G oos c",
rhyme. It reads: "Said Senator
Young and he wins ouIr applause)
while straining at Adams, why
Mallow Strauss? Never were
words more courageosly flung, but
such are the things that you do
when you are Yonne. Sen.
Thruston Morton, the new Repub.
Heart, chairman, asked Ike to let
hint attend future Cabinet meet meetings.
ings. meetings. Morton argued that the GOP
should have a voice in policy de decisions
cisions decisions affecting 1960. Ike was
hesitant. .Morton had better
luck when he invited the admin administrative
istrative administrative assistants of 11 Senaters
who face re-election next year.
They were not hesitant. He fed
them sandwiches and Coca Cola
no bourbon though Mortog
comes from the bourbon state..
SKIN DIVER DROWNS
VIRDRG, Denmark (tYPI)--Dan
ish skin diver Erik Thuesen
drowned before thousands-of spee
tators Sunday while he was dem
onstrating how to rescue a drown.
ing person.
The Caribbean
Army .& Air Force
Offers Invitation to 'bid
on providing
LAUNDeRY
& DRY C,LEANING
SERVICE
for the
Post of Fort Kobbe
For further details,
eall In person at the
CENTRAL
EXCHANGE
OFFICE
Bldg. No. 95Fort Clayton
A. for the approved
Recommendations in
1
Gas
Liquid
Powder
Tablets

rMe Caribbean

, ,,

, A,

TEL'',M323
LA LOCERIA, PASADENA
MeePres main gate.

ow
4
1.

)

i

i

,1 I
, ,,,,
.'
.
,,
. ,
.
,
.
.



-

1

1

. 4

VMDNESDAY, 16,1959.
,.......;b;,ob;;
.

COL. JOHN D. CONEY, post commander of Fort Clayton presents a certificate of appreciation to Maj. Frederick M. Wells for out outstanding
standing outstanding service to Fort Clayton as Little League project officer, member of Fort Clayton You Council and Protestant Sunday School
superintendent. Mrs. gatherine Hill also received a certificate of ap predation for outstanding service to Fort Clayton as coordinator
for the teenage bowling team. Also shown in the group are Lt. Col. George D. Batcheldor, chairman, Fort Clayton Youth Council, Maj.
James E. Davis Jr., adjutant, Boy Scout Installation representati ve, Maj. Edward A. Kozlowski, post chaplain, member of the Youth
council, 1st. Lt. John P. Ettershank, assistant post chaplain, MiS gt. Rollin W. Kapp, secretary, Fort Clayton Youth Council, and
n-embers Mr. Donald Egan, Mrs. Virginia Laming, Mrs. Myrtle S wanson and Mrs. Louise Johnson. (Army Photo)

Teenage Teuhrerl;
3 Others Face
Burglary Charges

VISALIA, Calif. (UPI A
-teenage "fuehrer" who is "dis
tressed with modren day society'
goes to court along with three
members of his Nazi youth club
next week on charges of bur burglarizing
glarizing burglarizing a museum for a collec collection
tion collection of Third Reich symbol&
The gang, led by ap "intellec "intellectual"
tual" "intellectual" 17 year-old high' scholl stu student,
dent, student, was discovered when police
solved the theft from a private
mussel of Nazi flags, lugers,
daggers madels and a German
cross given to women bore more
thean 2 children.
But beyond that officials were
at a loss as to the next stop hi
inbreaking Alp the gang, pur purported
ported purported by its leader to have 25
members.
The four youths will appear in
)11FrAft-)cogrt WedrilackY for
pre-detention beirling. 'MeV' have
been re;eased in the custody of
their parents, pending further ac action
tion action in the case.

Chief Probation Officer Merlin
Winter said "I don't know
whether we'll try to break up the
club, 4- or if we'll let it die a natu natural
ral natural death as a result of the ar arrest
rest arrest of the font.:
In Cleveland last month police
broke up a teenage "Fourth
Reich" gan,,,, which admitted plot plotting
ting plotting to overthrow the government
by force.
That group, led by a 15-year-old
with an IQ of 148, said its aim
was to rid the nation of all "Com "Comnunists
nunists "Comnunists and Jews.'
Winter said initial talks with
the leader of the. Visalia gang
showed, the 'youth:vas "distressed
with modern day society and
way of living, and would like to
change it."
Among 'the others sarrested were
a 16-year-old. a 17-year-old and
Harry T. Young, 20, ea Navy vet veteran
eran veteran of three years who recently
received a medical discharge.

RED DIPLOMATS ON SPOT
BUENOS AIRES (UI5I) The
Argentine government mav ask
the withilrawal from Buenos
Aires 'of some Communist diplo diplomats
mats diplomats within the next 48 hours,
authorized quarters said today.
Informants said these diplomats
from Communist countries would
be accused bv Argentina of is isterfering
terfering isterfering in labor unicrn activities.

Ike Tells Civil Rights Group
Laws Can't Eliminate Prejudice

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower warned yester yesterday
day yesterday against enactment of "too ma
ny punitive laws" in attemtpting
to solve America's racial pro problems.
blems. problems. Declaring that he has little
faith" in the ability of laws to
"change human hearts or elimi eliminate
nate eliminate prejudice," the President
said that in a democracy "the
only energizing, motivating force,
is public opinion."
He repeated his belief that only
education and broader understand understanding
ing understanding eventually will thieve the

Bids For 2 PC
Projects Will Be
OPtiltd,Tillt Week

--- 0 ..----

Bids on two major Panama Can Canal
al Canal projects are scheduled to be o opened
pened opened this week in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights.
They are bids on the installation
af a ,new microwave radio com communication
munication communication system in the Canal
Zone-to be opened tomorrow after afternoonand
noonand afternoonand bids on the construc construction
tion construction of the Balboa Bridge substruc substructure
ture substructure to be opened-Friday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The new microwave system, one
of the major improvement pro projects
jects projects scheduled by the Canal this
year, will replace the 44-year-old
50-pair telephone cable facilities
between Gamboa and Cristobal.
The 100-pair Trans-Isthmian tele telephone,
phone, telephone, cable which follows the
highway will remain in service.
The new microwave communica communications
tions communications system will operate mainly
by means of two microwave sta stations,
tions, stations, one on either side of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, with a relay station at Gam Gamboa.
boa. Gamboa. The design for the new sys system,
tem, system, which is expected to improve
the transisthmian telephone sDrv sDrvice
ice sDrvice considerably, were made by
Gibbs and Hill, of New York. A
pre-bidding Conference was held In
New York during May.
The Canal 'Bridge substructure
is one of the two principal con contract
tract contract jobs of the multi-million dol dollar
lar dollar bridge project, and is expect expected
ed expected to cost in the vicinity of $3.000,-
000.
A pre-bidding conference on the
project was held at Balboa Heights
in May at which time a number
of interested firms sent represen representatives
tatives representatives to discuss the work.

American ideal of equal opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for all.
The President spoke informally
before a national conference on
civil rights held under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Government's Civil
Rights Commission.
Some 100 members of state ad advisory
visory advisory committees from every
state except South Carolina and
Mississippiwhich have not or organized
ganized organized advisory committeesat committeesattended
tended committeesattended the conference.

Shortly before going to the con conference,
ference, conference, Eisenhower greeted at
the White House George M. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, newly-appointed Negro mem member
ber member of the commission. Johnson
is former dean of the Howard
University Law School here.
"America has not reached, per perfection
fection perfection attaining, ,tho; lofty
ideals" on, which the- nation was
founded, Eisenhower told the con conference.
ference. conference. But he said progress to toward
ward toward those ideals must be by
evolution, not revolution.
Referring not only to the civil
rights field, but to foreign aid,
Eisenhower said some problems
faced by the government "seem
almost to defy solution."
"All we can do," he said, "is
hold the line and wait for a
change in mental conditions."
He said Americans too often are
"swayed by slogans" and cited as
an example the branding of for foreign
eign foreign aid as a "give-away."
The aid program, he said, Is
meant to bring higher living
standards to poorer nations.
Urging the state delegates to
work towards promoting under understanding
standing understanding of public issues back
home, the President added that in
a democracy the only energizing,
motivating force, is public opin opinion."
ion." opinion." If it is well-informed, he said,
the United States will act "wisely"
both at home and abroad.

ARMY CITES KOREAN

SEOUL, Korea (UPI)--The U.S.
Army had presented a Korean
employe with the Army's second
highest award for civilians for his
rescue work during a train emer emergency.
gency. emergency. Ki Dong Choi, while work working
ing working on a Wonju-Seoul train last
Nov. 23, quickly stopped the train
when an explosion from a nearby
ammunition dump damaged a
coach.

ftr.wi4),-.4-ic
,.,:4,.,,c,,,,1,,!,.

FORT GULICK The Engineer Section, U.S. Army Caribbean, presented 30-year service Pins to
five Panamanian civilians from the .Atlantic arta. All are members of the section, with head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Fort Davis. Making the presentatioils was Lt. Col. Donald F. Rogers. engineer, USAR USARCARIB.
CARIB. USARCARIB. Pictured from lett are CherferM.,touie-and Cleveland R: Harrison, roads and grounds
section; Anderson Alstead, preventive maintenance section; Rogers; Rudolph Stewart. roads and
grounds; and Joseph D. Dixon, building maintenance section. (Army Photo)

TER PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT 15AILT NEWSPAPIS

Ex-Castro Officer
Charges Cuba Is
Being' Run By Reds

MIAMI, (UPI) A young Cu-I
ban army officer who said he I
fought with Castro reported'
yesterday the Cuban govern government
ment government is dictated by Communists
who touched off the Nicara-,
guan revolt.
Capt. Francisco Rodriguez, 26,
said Russian officers are help helping
ing helping train the Cuban army and
indoctrinating its members in
Communist doctrine.
Rodriguez left Cuba last week
on a purchasng mission. He
said he would seek political
asylum in the United States
rather than go back.
The bearded captain said he
was a veteran of 50 battles in
the revolution led by Fidel Cas Castro.
tro. Castro. But he said Cuban soldiers
now are being taught commu communism
nism communism by Castro's younger bro brother,
ther, brother, Raul, who is commander
of the country's arpled tomes.
,v, Rodrigues's-Sala a detachment
of 300 Cuban troops were sched scheduled
uled scheduled to leave for Nicaragua
Saturday nightreinforcements
for an alleged force of 82 Cu Cuban
ban Cuban soldiers sent to Nicaragua
to organize the invasion,
Rodrigues said Cuban Com Communists
munists Communists also instigated the Pan Panama
ama Panama revolution and planned to
invade Santo Domingo.
When he left Cuba, he said
there were two Russian ships
in Havana harbor unloading
arms.
The new expeditionary force
was to leave in three ships from
Pinar del Rio province in south southern
ern southern Cuba, Rodriguez said. He
identified the leaders of the
force as Gen. Miguel Angel Ra Ramirez,
mirez, Ramirez, a Dominican exile, and
Comandante Ernesto Guervera
of Havana's La Cabana Fortresi.

US Student Claims
New Russian Bride
Being Accepted Now

LENINGRAD, U.S.S.R. (UPI)--
A tall, bespectacled American stu student
dent student said yesterday that "everyone
had accepted' his marriage to a
green-eyed blonde Russian girl
after some initial tongue-wagging.
"We hope this proves that Rus Russians
sians Russians and Americans can g e t
along,' said Thomas Hegarty, of
West Roxbury, Mass.
The 23-year-old exchange stu
dent said his romance with Luisa
Tarasovna Ivanovna, also 23, hae
more than its share of internation international
al international flavor. He could not speak Ruq Ruqsian
sian Ruqsian well. Her English was poor.
They decided in Spanish that they
were in love and wanted to get
married.
Hegarty said the May 25 civil
Soviet ceremony "caused m or e
than its share of gossip a n d
tongue-wagging,' but there were
no objections.
"By now everyone more or less
has accepted it,' he said.
The couple met at a private
party last fall, after ITeffarty had
arrived from Harvard University
to study at Leningrad University.
Luisa was a student there, too.
Ilegarty said he thought very
hard and waited a long time be
fore he proposed.
"I wanted to make sure before
I asked her that marriage would wouldn't
n't wouldn't cause tr ouble that she
would be able to follow me to the
United States."
But when he proposed, "she just
said yes."
He plans two more years of
study in his field of Russian hitt hitttory
tory hitttory at Harvard.
He said he hoped his wife would
be able to eontinue her studies in
Spanish history at nearby Rad Radcliffe.
cliffe. Radcliffe. But there are problems before
that Luisa must get a Soviet exit
visa and a U.S. entry ViREI.
Chances were good for both. She
has a point in her favor In that
she NM born in Uruguay of Rus Russian
sian Russian parents and there la no U.S.
quota for Uruguayans.

,,

1

FBI Seek Ex-Convict Wanted
For Sec Ond Wife-Slaying

- 0

Boston (UPI FBI agents
yesterday studied the Bluebeard
possibilities of a 303-pound ex-1
convict once jailed for the murderi
of one wife and sought for the
attempted slaying of second.
Authorities indicated they had
received at least two new re-:
quests for information about Ja,'
mes Randolph Smith, 35, of'
Kenbridge, Va. who was arrested
in a Lowell apartment house. FBI
agents and local police cornered
Smith on the tip of a little girl who.;

Three Children Near
Death; Deaf Child
Unaware Of Tragedy

SALEM, Ind. (UPI) A Little 1
Troy Hoggatt, 4 years old and
deaf, played his silent games to today,
day, today, unaware he had sent two of
his playmates to death's door. I
Troy brought a touch of tragic
realism to a "cowboys and In Indians'
dians' Indians' game yesterday by shoot
ing three of his friends and criti critically
cally critically wounding two of them.
"He doesn't understand what
he did," the boy's father, Mal Malcolm,
colm, Malcolm, said. "I thought I put the
gun away where the children
couldn't reach it."
But Troy found the .22-caliber
revolver in the trunk of the fam
ily car and with it shot and
wounded Ricky Hinton, 6, his 1
Lrother, Randy, 5, and Dawn
Short, 10.
Dawn, shot in the back, was
reported in critical condition fol following
lowing following an emergency operation.
Randy was seriously wounded
In the abdomen. Ricky was re reported
ported reported in fair condition despite
the loss of several leeth and part
of his lower jaw when a bullet
ripped through both cheeks.
1 Authorities said the little deaf

TYPE:
SIZE

told them she saw him sneak-I
ing into her family's apartment'
after he had broken av;ay from
arrest in his own flat. 1
In addition to the strangulation
of his first wife and the attempt attempted
ed attempted murder of his second, aouthri aouthrities
ties aouthrities said Smith was southt for
questioning in one other New'
York murder and "maybe by one
or two othel local police depart--
ments." They declined to disclose'
the sources of the latest requests
but said they were "piecing to together'
gether' together' Smith's trail over the
past several years to determine
if he could have been involved
in other unsolved homicides.
Police said Smith, ordered held
in $50,0K bail by a U.S. commis commissioner,
sioner, commissioner, was sought for questioning
by police in the Bronx and Mt.
Vernon, N. Y.
Thep added thea additional
chearges and warrants might be
issued zgainst the six foot, six
inch Negro as a result of new
investigations.
Autherrities said the hulking
Smith won parole eafter serving
six of a 20 yea' sentence for the
strangle murder of his first wife
in Breckenridge, Va.
They said he was also wanted
in Mt. Vernon N. Y. for the at attempted
tempted attempted slaying of his second
second wife Pearl, in 1954, and
by authorities in Bronx, N. Y. for
questioning in the rape-murder
of 65-year-old Mrs. Pearl Ryan
last pril 10.

lad found the car keys in his
father's pocket while Hoggatt was
1
bathing.
He unlocked the trunk and the
box containing the eight-shot re revolver
volver revolver and somehow managed to
load six cartridges into the gun.
Then he apparently held the gun
with both hands and fired point pointblank
blank pointblank at his playmates.
Neighbors said Troy was a tel television
evision television western fan, although he
couldn't hear the words--or the
gunshots.

CLOVERBLOOM
BUTTER

Fresh as all outdoors
PURER FINER RICHER

SPACIOUSNESS:

7

An automobile for all the family (with the performance
and ease of handling of a sports model

167" overall length (almost 4 feet shorter than the
popular American makes... and very easy to park)

HASMO, S. A.
Panama

House OKs Full
$485 Billion
To Explore Space

WASHINGTON (IIPI) The
House yesterday without debate
gave final congressional approval
to every penny of the S485,300,000
asked by the administration for
outer space exploration.
The House sent the authoriza authorization
tion authorization bill to the White House, by
accepting Senate amendments to
a version it previously approved.
Me action was taken by voice
vote.
'rhe actual cash for the pro

PERFECT!
fir:;4
JUST
PERFECT!

MOTTA'S New

L'n TilV

A

Colon

TO INSTALL REACTOR
TAIPEI (UPI) Nationalist
China's first atomic reactor will
be installed by the end of the
year, the education mirdster, Dr.
Mei Yi-Chi, announced here. It
will be operated at National
Tsinghua University.

gram will be provided later hi a
separate money bill for fiscal
year 1960 starting Juiy

CRASH KILLS TWO

NAME. OPEL
(A General Motors product designed and manufactured In Germanyy

Visit us and see for yourself the quality and workmanship of the Opel.
Drive it and you will be convinced.

MURCIA, Spain (UPI)--A light
aircraft belonging to the Clerva
Cordonio Aero Clifb crashed yes yesterday
terday yesterday while landing at,themnearby
Alcantarilla Air Base. The two oc occupants
cupants occupants were killed.

CUT:1 135)EAM

$1.00 a Week for 25 Weeks
Choose your lucky number from 00 to 99

Will seat 4 to S passengers comfortably.
(The Opel is over 5 feet wide, yet 1 foot
narrower than the majority of the American ears.

ENGINE. 56. horse power. (The strong and economical 4 cylinder valve In head en
gine handles a complete load without effort. American 3 speed std. shift.),
EcoNomys From 10 to 35 miles per gallon,

zalcx:Yir el NIL-lupus, adz.

SMOOT & HUNNICUTT S. A.

ei,kk

PAGI THRIS

,!i;00

.
, ,
s',
,
',, ,
4 '''' ; ',I4
,g
4 ,I
,
.!
' '4',. t,ot l'
i,
' if,
,
411,14: -, I. ,..
filkitoo .. tu 1, k.,:,,,,
i
V .7i
,
i
sss, .-
.mo
i
,,,,
1
r 4
-.--.'""'....."NN,
oillit
...I
( 1110) ) 1111111
I
- ,,
r
elk
,
fli 13 all art
EL couREDEs
I fri.j t:Si
.
'
TIASMO 9 S. A. SMOOT & IIUNNICUTT S A ,t
1
Panama Colon ,,,,,,,,
,
'
4 1
, 1
(
immaawas whosommOtiodgittli ai,..6.0.' ...-- .6.0.....,0, ,....... ',-

.
-
,
.
THRIS
mommomon10110
)R
Nationalist
eaetor will
md of tho
mister. Dr. :z
I here. It
, National 4,

5,0101:
t
)9
I

-
,
,
,
, '1,.
4
i';',,
ki4
o':
i,-,,
,,,
it
.
ii,
,,
'4
,
;..,
'...,,

f;..i ..
;"7-1 '..'',

,117 l don ..,
eff ,- ,,
. 4 r
i 4
n f 1 i

..
4 ',
i
, (t '.1 .ii. ..,;.!,.-.1
.hT
.,,
,....,
,,
.,...1
) I
.
,
,,
..1,
zFECTI ,.....::
,....
..400
:
.1 r
fi.,
- IN 14 '' : ,.....;
,
-.
-,',.., 1
.. - ...,.. ...
' '"""' -'''-' -- --
' 1- I
Villr.-A.',-i:;;;;': .... ::':::'.:''::'-5.,?,,,,,:::.,-....'..r,r: -.
, .. 1-
.
''''' -"',,'',,'.:'-'::-::.11,:;::.:.',-",,,,7,,qt,,17.-.".4:-:-'
,1?":iiii,' .::;,-,-A:', -,:-:$,:::4 ',. :..!.:'.iii,,O;r
- ,
'
- .. -1,",'-',:--::-.,-:'...,:."-,:-: ...,.'-'',---:-;','7,.44:'.1
'-i.'
'- .-:- -:'(-1',..---,... ',,,-"1,0.-.'lZ,:;-,,-,:
-i.' :
-4, ,i -,,,, ..,,,t,.,,,,,,!NW:.";--4--,r'4-,r,-
-,,,, ':1,-)w"-'1,"' A.-"'-'':'',..,'.Z':, .1...,,- .-- ,':'
. '':.,:::;;:',,A;,:-.;.':::::::.4::-.r,-1-:.,:r.:,. ---:::7.r, ..11:
s.",1,0g-'''''-''',. r:1,'''',,..4..,;:-:;,A,..',.::-.- '1
-.-- '..:'!,:-.",4,-,,,A---", -4.1.,,,A:p.., ,1
--:.."--'4,---.'-,:---":-,?,:'-lr..,MN:1,,,, .?
k'S New .4.4......... ..i......:.:.,.,,:.,..,...,.......
,..
,t;i11.

UV A ',01
:
I. )1'
, 4
..
EmommemomonElmm
.
.
I

1

OW:

,--15.-f'f--"1
- - :,-i.i,':.'Ii:,iii
..... .. ........,..........,,.......
.,t ...,....,,,,m0,-- --1,11ii?kV.K...ft:k:''-' -::':"L"::-'-';'Z'r----';''''fl-'::.".-,,k--.,:::.:1:1.411.. ' ::::.-.q,::- ......:,.::..i:,U.i'... ''' ' -:',..:4.1.-!..;:::7,f:i:::::::::5.,:,..::
- --' ; i ;; ,- -----,--.-"r'M..,...,M,'.;.::::---4:;":'-'".-:.:-"t,, --,.......:,..,:,:ft?:0...:.--.-:-..,-.:&:-:- .:i:::-,,,::.,,-.4. ... :::::-,--,-- -:',-': -,:iiiii .'..:7::-"-ts- ri:!..-.W:ii:::.'::
, ,
,, 7 .,, ..-,:,,,,,:,,::-;-;,,t.',:i:'-7-:-9.1:.:, --- .........4,.......:..... ''.::::',.:;.-::::04:54--i-:-5::-::::iii::-...ig:-.::::',:-.,-;::-::'-:,::------- .- ---',:--,. ..gf--,'- -:-:i.f---:" -4 -- -:--":::-:,-'-'-';-:;!1'-,-;,-,.
..........t.:,,:----,:::: ,:-.--,-i-.::-::.-:A..-:.::.,,-.:.?..!, . -- ,,..A. --:':--0 '''..:,;: --...,:.g,.::,,,--,'.--;',..--.-ff.:-.-s-..,
' 1,..:9....--...-.......:.-:. :. ...-::-,:-.. -..---si,..:-;;k,::::-.4.....?:-.K. t.11:-.4:-.--:::-,.::.,.:ws-'- .,... 1
i?,,,,'-::::;4'.-.':::-...::':-::::? 4. :: ,',:,," '',,:i '1, ,...,',:::"- ....
it::. F:44:::::::! ;'.' ... ,:''-;'z ...i.t :t : ,,-,;,,::ri:::,: ..:::,:.-.,-,:,,,:. ., .,........, -1,::::,-::;,,:::....1::.;16,:.. i ,e.','
r
,.:.,:1,..;, ..,1,r...!;....?:.1,..y3...,,..i.f7,11.7.:... ...,...;:...,:.:...,:..,,,,...,..,
.,.......,.t,...z,.,,...i...:..,..;.4 ::.,,,,,...;,.........,,,.....:.:....,..,....,...,....:,..:.....:...,...,....:,,:..............:....,......,...,..::...::::.......:1.,:::.....,......:,,,:.....L.z.,,,.......:;.:...::::::.,:.....,.1.i..::::..,:......;...,.:..1:..,.......:.....u.:::.,,......i...::;....i.;,..:;....:.,.;,;..,.;,.;,;:....nr.......1:r......:.:...,.....:,1,;,,,,..:..........rit...:::..i.....i.i::,...,i,::......itt.,;::......,.......1::.,;::::...,:1,....,,...,.....:,str,::,......i...,.,..........,.:......,:.:...:,,,.,...::::................;.,,,:i..,:....
,,f.:.:......... ,....4.1.t...,:.,:.. ,1::,......i........,..::..11,.,.:....,.........1,...,..,1......,,,:::,,,::.........:::i......:,..,:..,. ........,.,.:::::.:.:::::...4.:;.:,:........,...,...:..:,........,.......
,.,..1 ,,,Tv::,. ,;,
';-'"'''',:'-'::::11::i.riii''.1.-,7--::: -,.-..':;!:.:7'1!::!''.1::;::::- :.,,,:,..".: ,::0J,.,.,?.,,, ::,::;:tre....-..i, ,,,,,,! ..,-,......
)
............,... .....
.....i....,....k ."..:...: .,:,,::.,. ,.,,;$.?,::,.,,
0 '.,:'::7,.:::"'-':..,...",i,i''''''-;':','-'-''''' 4,,.,,,,,-- :!;:,..fii...;, .. .4 ,',....:',..?.:A.. : !i.S, ..., : ...:!''' :.' '6.! ,...,:,.,.:';:j..S1'...:: .' ;;:i0.:,::::'::ii:, -,346.t...: .....:::?::.1:::;t1t, ::.
..V.... ''''' '..."? ..: k,-)1 f 0:. '4,..'' :.461 ,: ,,, 4;4'..: : ,:::,,,,,,,, :3,:,,....... h.:tx4'tki., :,:.:,::::.,,.P.4:, ... ,;;.;':'.:"T'At-:::11:61.: ,,-fi'':-..-kA
I, -......... .,,,.....),::.: .., :.,. ... ..., 4.:....;;;,,,,...v.....,i,.. .::,.,:;::!.....:,:;,:..:,,,.,:-,-,,,,,:;,-..,-:;,':-:,-..i, : -...,,.-''''...... :'........!!!'.:::- -":,i'::-.:t4. -44::. ,.....,;;,.:::.,..,. r:. ,,,,..,-,,,.4.ak-pli:,--t.::',..:'i...:'::',
, 72,..,.. ii...::::.i.::::::1:,:i:
,,.
,.,: ,5 , 5.,, .N:::,,,..01.:, ..:..,:..:::.10e.....,,5::;:a:,:. ::,.,..,:.:..,. :,, ,,, ..-.,,,:i.,::,..:,,,.1::,:.,:ii.:.:vim,k,:.,,,.::,.1-,ftillI
:,:,1,::3i,... ;i ilt,,, .,.......4,;.::.,,,...: )?,:z:,:.:.,.....,........:,:. ,:., .:::.::v.....,: .i ,,,:,..,:.::. .,,i:,..:.::::,,:,:.,..4 :..,::.:,-e,k:
,.:;:.,. ,,..,r.,,A, : ,1-,0,,...:.4?,.;,44......,..:::",:,:iii,,:.::::--,,. ,:,:z!,:,,:.::: ,:,:.:,1:,i:.:,::::,::::::.:, ::,.::ii:-...:,t1,,Ai.,,,:.:;,z::,::0:,,,,:i,.::.g;.;:.:-,:-,..m.it,.....::.:::,...
jr!,...,....i.::::,,,,.:. ...i.::,,-A,A ,,::::,..,.::,;4:,,,,,.. .,:,;....,:l..:4:,:i...,1;:.:,:. :li.:.,.... -i-s,,-:...,.....,..:1;:;N ...,,,-,:E,1..::4:::::,:,:&:,,,,w:::,:,:?,;;,iimior.:.;..-im
,,,.,0. 11.', ..,,..:,,t,,.:.ss.:.;r y -:,z1;17,;:,.,,:-!-?iik, :;.p..i,,At:?::,::: ::;,7;,,. :, :::!:,:A::,;,,,;:::,:::c :sii,,,:zom-,:an::otit.:,ilisigiii,1,40.,,:igi.,
17 --tri":,::if.1:: :41:;14:::ii6:4Aiiisii:,: tii :,iiitif-::,:.7-f:t:t:::4?:-..,..tkkii:.:;. '1?:: :,:,:;.: ;;.:,::,::-..::::ik;-:.ii-.,,:.4..i..i:i....!:?.0.13:0:::,,iatutlii12;iiiiiaitritliggaull
,,.,1, 1
r!...:. .:i-,,..,,o..;t4: .fo4.-::Ni11:0:.:::,:-..:,n,.. .,:: :,;- '0:,m:':.tftro.,44.:::',ck:,:.t1,:::,:,-,,,,,::,:;,,,:,::::.,,....,,:::: :-',,?:,:gi...::::,,--:,.-atki:;3-4:;::;,:-1,:.,:!:.i:oifiliimii0.4,40.3.i:A.4
..,,...,A,:,:,.;:,;41,&,:,0,, r.,,. ..:,,,i,:, ::.,,:.:,,w....:::-....,fir:,,,:..,.:,::,:.:-::, J: -,,..:,-..,,.,::,:,,N:::::,...:,:,r,....r4,....41Ai1,..,:.z--,7:;:-.,,,,,t,H,,,:,,:,:-,: ::::-biz::0,:,,:a::heikviogaizmI
;:;:,,,..,-..;.,,;,,,i".:n4,,,iez:,..... .,...... :...i:-:.:,....i.:,ii,;:ii::,:i.: ,,. ,:.,:,,:r.:m.77.,,,fr4,"o,:.;A..y.rf:?.1:,,i;,.i.: -:::,;:,,:.,;:,,,",,..:,..:,,,. ,:.,,,,,:.,,::...,:.:,: :,:,,:.3,,,:,ti:,,:.
.,,,:::,,,....:.,,,,,,,,,,.....,....",......,,.,,,..,.,, :.....,,,,,,,,...:..::...,,,,:,,......,:.........,:,.,:,:::::,..:.,,.:,,., .,,,,.......,,
.;..,,,:..,.,......,.,,,,:,...,,,..,,,,,,,....:....;,....:.,...........,....,::....:,..,......,.,....:,,..,:,.............. : ,,,.,,:,,,.,,,,..,.,,,:,,......,.. .., .:,,........:,......::,,....,..,,:,::.......:,,:...,::::,,,,,,.,,:::;,,,:..,,,,::::..,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.
:..,,:..,,:,:,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,..,:,,,.......:.,,.,,,,:::.,,,,,:.,..,,,,,:...:...,,,..:,,,,,,.... .....
: ..::,.,,,,,:o.i,,,..,:,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,:.:,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
,,,,,,,,.:,,,,.,..,.,:,..,,,,,,,:,,.,.,,...,,,,,,:,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,:,,,,, ,:: ,....:.,,,z,,,,,,.,,....,.....,,.,:..,,,:,,. :,,,,.,,,,;,, ,,,::,,,:,,,:::,:::,,,,,,,,,.,,,:,,:.,,,,,,"::..,..,,,4
it
..,,,:,:,,:,.,:.,,,,,,,,,.,!,;:,,:.,,i,,,,,,::::,::::,4:,.,, ,,,:,,,,,.::::,..gpi.,,,:,,:.,::.::.. .,,,.....:",..,,,, -1,,,,, - '-'::-:.-1:.-?;-.--i.:1,-!:-44.i4A1.'"iliOlit:Ft
t., )
4titi1.:.;--.-:;'' "';:-10:44'.':-..-1:4:4';'It;''..;"-ti.6:::, ...;';:ilii-.--.1:::iiZi44:i.. :' ':,,',0.::;:-.':..,,,r:.-', -..i:V1;:illf-::-:',..... i ::,:14:-.-:- ..':.:1:.:::-':.;1',.3 .: Nvi, '', 1-;.:.:a:':''..;:i.l.....;-.:;.-:i'i!,0.9:.::$.-:::.1t- ...':"..:tligrtl
giiiii::'i-.:--!....a..;i1ILFIS.N.;:7--;?i,...?,--,"::::',-.":2-.:1-:-. 14 ',;.-.7i2.42.',.. 0,44',..-ii,,.4.:'::'.:...-i 1:-...-:-;.'.!..,':.,:::;'...l .'. E!;:ltnItt..:..:!:;;TA7:'''!:-:w.',1:-.1i:- ',,11:ggli.f,..:NE!.-4,tUalt .i$V,.;1.-... 1
,-.1I'glaii:.-)11Z.;:::,.:,:iNtfft,fi.:::::,:'::h.!,114::114.1it: f,41riiii:111::::;.ii'414,:,';';' :'2,li,,.... .,,A'r4r. ',I'lii----iii.t.li'liZ11170:iitillilf- iV
,,,,,,,,,
.,,..offg:I,::i:',:::::N;:::,4.p.::,::.;4,,,::v.,,i:::::::I..,,:g:.::::.0a.iii:.,.-iii.c.;ip: : :i." gx,,,.$:::!pr!, ,, ,!.4:::;,--.!,.;;:;:::-.11ii:4;!....s.,t.ii,,m. -71i7 :',$4. ,ui$:kno:lizigii,evei:iik:ItNei .::.o:.,
,.:,. -::...!:,,..:::,::-:,:,,;,.;-,;iii,,,..,N:-:-....:.:$,::,...,.::::;,:ilt,T:,:..i:.:;:a.:.::::::::::.:-,:::,.:;-:.,cii.4.:::,..: 4....;....ii.i.4 r.,..::.::::,L.,,.:....::',:,. :-:.:4-::ii:::.-.1; ::.1 ,:ol..'iii:''....V...;::':ir.::4-M ':. il :Ii-':!''''.......'...7:-.$'';;E;i:ii:.:',:::::::ii;::,..,:.;. ..."ii... i ,;i
:.5...:.. ,1:..4:........Itt:g4;;;,0,:ig.'1..:;:lti..1:.i;::::::;:i:i:-.....'.:1::..::':14:::.:: '....'lia..r:';:-P..,,,':-.,:i:-.... -::' n :-" ;,:: ..4,?.;1::64::.::,'.ie,.:it,p.:i.. .- ,,,,.1:. Mm.:::-.!:;;?,i:-4.gaii.:::iii:i':.i:iii:i. ,;.,- :i:4ii-
4. 4t... :...,,:,;sik;.-4..:::.:'-':.:::,'. ,ii';': '..:, ......::,,, ".....".'s... ',P.':::.,,':.:::...,:: .::::::::',i',',::. .... .4 ..41'::::::::'.:107iln '. 1 ,..44..M.:;;W!W,t,i;:t.:::.:.i':..:::.,,'X' ...:::ii.:i.;..i...5:::--i.:.
. 4.;:i'..r.i...:,"'::.:Atilliii111111::..i...:i"t.:,06E:.: ''...'.Z.....1:.';:::.;i:!...:11:fft::;tl:. :::.'i;i1::;:::41.',......1440441, li. ''.. '..?..I.P'iie.-191ii:n;;07s:i.k.:.11:,i::':::I:sgte.:.::'::
4,, .14it,
',. .,:-:i:it- ,:4:;0,:i.it,:ilkivii.i:::::.4.-:::oi:,:4.3. if-ii:,.'0.:,::,::,:1:-:,..5.1,1::;,..,,:,:.;:;::. ,0::,..:::..A.,,t, i,36,: , ., - .v.., ,.,-; ,,..:::4,:.:
tts .";,:,:;:::.z.:::r.ii;:-:,:,,, 554. ,,,,,.; -;:s.,.:
.i..: ....,:;. vi:,.. 4-4.i..:oz.:.:,..:?),,y4pitip.:.0.:4 iiiii,rdillit,,.::,...,,,,:::,:i..i:!34:iii .::::,...ri;,::,,,,.;,:li.....,::-.....:.:r..,.,::.;;::.,::,:;5",,,7,...;:,..!,41.1-:,.::,.:::;',':,,:!,!4"1:',4L;):':',..!-4-r-:!,-.,,-. .:1:.::. '::!''''''Io-,3:' ''',::' '''''''-:,,,--) i''''''',,'3,1:':!:::;::, '.:a4i0,x'''.,,......,,'.:::::;:;','..;.:::ii...::?;:tim,,'::,vd:;i46.
I,
e
ili. 4 ;-,:;.is.::-..1....;:-,..: ..:::,--:.,-,,.,:,-.:,:.::'..r.,-....-A,..:,-, ,,,,,.t.5...,,-,-;.::;-. -.1 4 '::''.' '::'..- ....'.....-ei''' ::' '' ,'. v-----.":;:;-k--',..v,,,,,-.i.,N fl,-40- :v:,4,':::':,,,'15::''..2;51.4.$:-..-:;,--'-;.:::,-.' ''''''9;:-:..''. -.:....''..' '.".....'
t.'' .4 i:-k-::::. ,.....,:::-..,:,.:i!,.,:0.Y.,.,.:-..:.i,m-::...,'I.:g...-:;-:.::if.,:;:4,?,,V,-.'in-;'.,-. ;:...:':.: :',;:::,'-'::),:"-.,.'-:.:-.''-":--: -':':::.: -:: :-::::'-':':-'1:4-. -...-0,., ,a,,rs'''''''-::-;.--:-IIV't,,-,"- .1,:,:?- ::?.;:w;All;sia0.:,::::-,-,ft.-,:-,-,::Kff-toimil,,,,:,.-.: .- -:.:,4..,:',,::-..,-,-,:i-:,::,-:
.. 1,-,k '-'. 1.:!:. .',.:.:,....',;:.;.i!.:1:.:::.i'::.0.-,R.'lfklei.:.-, ,-:-'-,1'..:I'AV.3,i'A'...i..:i'll','-:.Ztt,i::',- ::--.1',:',"--':'..,',';"::::::: : ::'::: :::-::::-::::',1.'4.--,: ',,,,,...,:sri,..!,,,0-,-.. ::'1:,.: :-... .:0' i'iki:ki:::-.:-:&::::.:,:::.-.:.:4--;--.;!-:,ii:'pak.!;..-".:.. ........: ::i'M'-::.1:',:a
-4-i-i-,.: .': .---:4:-...,'":3-.:- -.,::,:t:I:NgiI...414-'" '.:.:''''''''''''':::::-..........if'::'.:-.....::.i..q..': ;s:'::;:'.. ''''' ':;:.: '. ''''' .:'' : ''.: : '-': -:'"''''"'...:"''.: ''''' ''''':;-;:'-':.;:;',.. 4.::,,,411,: :,!' 1:: 'Iiiii'.1.:.?:).lisi-lift.:.;:q:::-,:a.i.i.:::v"- '-';.ig......:-.,:,.....1.--: :: :,:iiii,,ii:iiw.:i.-,:
ril--,,--- -,'-.1.)':,'-'--:' -:-.--?-i-,',;:iiti.,,:'i:ii.--.04.--:....::;:: .;::::::-ii:-::::ii.,i':,:i...Aiiiiii??0::-.:;i:i.:::::,.....0-;::-: -,6:12,43k I :: ''.: ,.0,-'':H":,::--'!' ':'1!-'": .ki''',?:4:i...,1!:-',., ..:4,1Wif-X:j,f,-;,... 4$5.4.. -',,:::i'',1-iiik,::::::igigii.-1.-,::..-i:liiii:::::,...if,:i::-.-:::-1-.,..,,,,,,-,..,..,,,,, -
. '- .....?..0.-i. ::::ti...:413.;.:.y..AC:.,:.K:-.. -.::,:i.k,:.Iiiiiiii',iiiiigi:joi!,.iiN:iiCki:',. ..."'', ::L.;- '...oi,::'.. : - ''''--, ':2.- '.i'VT:),.'MNtii, Atii.Z:: '.......
:14: i 11:1F.i';::::::?i.i.:1;:rtIPADAtigiIagatiiiieti: :::::::f:ii:!;t::71:;;:!... ..:;-:::.:'........';".":'''' 1!.:::'4.::4.......'
.1:: :1'..' ilii:'.:: ..:'..);Aflitifit i'lei:O.P.Mi'ii.iinii.A.X.',':' ', ;
i

,,e,..,.. 40100;47;
,,...,,,swoommIIII!!,,......-:?.001000.11.10.,"1.64!'::k.....-.....:::.:.................. s ''. '.. :,,ii:; -'',..,., .'',4,v:::,1
:.:.".:.:'..iiiiii.,:,..;:.if.'i:iiiii-;.''.'.,-;:-:5".;."1-:..:1.,";':::,.:i.:?:.V-:.'..:01R"::::.,...:''.''':''''...........::.... ,.. '. .,..-.'e;;,:".:::,.....,,:..:..........':' , .,
'"".::"'::"-::W::::.M',-..;.:::;:V.:Niiii.-;..;:.:':.g,:::',::-,,,.;:..,,:,:.---::-....- .. .. ,.. . ...ei:......,: ,, ....7. .. ..,.., .. ..
. .--1,,..
:::. ;,:,::.:;:::0:.:,:,::,,::,..,-....:,-0....;s:-.;::"..:1,-.:.::::::::::::,..:,::,.,:::..:..:::::.,:::: : :. .
:i.:':;. .:, ;:?.,,:,..,- ,:::.:i.t.,..iii:K:::..,:,..1.-:.::,::::.: : ::::.: :::. :. : -:. : .. ::::::::,,...::;,"14:4?'".....:;::: :. . ..... ' ., ..
tr:: ::.,.i.'..;:.:X'....::::,:',':!?':::::'V:..C:ii:;:.',...:iii,...:,:,....,I;:::,;:::.:: t:.:: :...:.: :::. . : .: .:, ;:.:;:... :;... .4.: ,,:,
-asiail:A.i;.,':;.:.::if.::4.A':;.:::ii,:,::i;?..i.ii':i....;.:1.iisii....::::,:::,.:!;,.:11:.:1" :.': : l'-:.. 't ..2 ::. '. . ,!::: 1.0,,..;':':
,.;.1,!::::,: -'''""'... ''''''''''.--
..., "'. .- .....
!:: .::::;::-:V.;:.:,-... 7..-:?:J.::::::Ai.:.:........:5:-..:;.2::,....::,&;.:...;:,.:,..f...::,;:.:::::::::?,.: :..::s:: : ::.: 5.: ;;.)'....'...:...:., ,.,,, :::y.V 6:::.:?(.,,,,;::: : .:;:t....:;::,.... -:.,,,-,.., :.. ..:Ii t, ....,!,,1,, :::
,, -,,,,,:yz,.:-.,,.,:4,0,05,,,0:,:mw.t.,,,.::.,:,r ,..::::.:..: :,......:;::&.,:,-,,-,:...:..:.-....,::..,-,,,,,y,,,s10,,,,,i, '1,1., ..: :,,. i..,;,, ,,
, ,, -: .:4,...,....,,:,,i.i,:,:?;;Iii:K?,,,::,tm:,:,2..:.iff.,,.?.,,:.: .. ,:,::., ..,,,,..,,,,. ,,..::!,,, ,,,,,,,, ,r...,:,, ..- ,,,,:.,:,..: -.....-4:: .:
--,,,ii;,.:-,,,:::-...11::;,ietoioi,Iglar !"-i,- :;,::......,-,,, :,..-le..:tio,,,,-:,: 1.0:::6if:, .:,, .: ,: :::::-,4,,
.. .,. ... ..... ..... ..,...... .. ........ .. ,
. ''..'-:..''...:,::.:';'::::,,,,,,,...... ,,,--- ....:....':.,,.......-. ,:,-.4:-, ,,:-'-'r ''..''':.- ... .' ''...'..::::::,:i:.
'74;,:iit';:;itil.;::::.::.i.::::.:1::.g.3.1iii:g.: Pia;:;i:;:ii. ........ .:11'.....f.;;::::.....::::: '.. ..4.4.. l'At.X;'.;10:'',;4:),i .....,i..;i. ...:
: .. v,.::.e:,:::: ,. .:::..;.::::::::...5:::,
...,;;;:.? i
- .. ...........::::::::,:i0i0ii::g..,.".,:z'4:::$,.:.::::: r-1 .. ::;:: ', .,.:::4;''..-.;?...,e,..4..,:'. ,.....x:,:::'
:.:.:kie,:?..;ii,,;,:!--;.:',$:',..:-:::::::;f.:-:::: ..., ....,..,,$;,:. ..'.....:,.. :, :',. :-.... .-:....;.;,,,,:X;;:,,,i.,,,,:
; :: -,,,,:,;:',;,:::,:.::::::::.:...A.5,,.::;,.......xtkeitiv.:, :::". :-: ,t1 4: :..:::,'....4.:.:::,..,....,,,,:,: .. : ''
.:.;:::;i:... .....,i,.t::.:::.:....,:,:.4.,..:,,,...:....c........i::,...?::.;:::,:,:;::?..t.:::::.:::::::..:.,..:$3:::',,',.& .,,A.,,-::..:'..: ,: ? 4,:,...,.'1,:.:,..4.-,;.,,..1',,f,:,..,-i:: ... ... : '2'. :'
: ......-.... ...: ... ....'::if:s.',.::':',.;;;!,::,: .'s:: : ..4-'. '.:.'''''',','T ..,,, ?..., .. .' .,,... ;;;fig;:,.: - ''
.$.....,:::.,..:-.::...,,.;:"..:.....,....,....,:::,..;..,.:.;;.....7:-......?:....,: k,;,,,,,,,ki.:i-,:i...,,,.., f. ; 1; , :,',.. ;. ::..,:::::,
vfel
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,t,,,4:::-.:,.!,::,:,,,,,,,,,,,:: la,,,,,..-:::,,,,,;.,:',' ; ti ,,. :,t1,- 0'
?'''.::-,.:::N,Ii......,-.4:;.1,i,::,:.:,:,:.,,,a,,::, 1,,ini .ii!ii, imiw,41,' ,o. -. ,. ,,,o;., ,, ,,,,,.. ,-, ...',,,,, ,4 .',...::,,..1',:, .. ,":.
..."....11.:"111';'::Ps0R9:: ';''...0.1";',. ',li'.4,!:.':','::;:llgtttitf::.-..: ;'' '.' '...''7: ',.. '';. .. ';.,fr. '::.;.,..".;skt4 ''....:.l:.".-..:'11' . 4.... ' ...' '.
itilt:t'''04;:.'Ilit.f..,4,,''..fiof:' -...',.i..ii....11.:1:' : ',;:tift4::..;.:.i..., ,....4....-'::., r.'..- ::' ..: .;4040.fr4V4:- .' ::::-I. "):!".: ''. .-. ':"...: : :..
i
t:)141';.,;:::-.:,:::,.::::':-,'Ir.. -,'..trtz,,,HIt.:.;.:4,,,,I....-':1;ki;.:4- .:'4:.4:...:',. :4t0.:.;,,,-. ; .,-. .;;..;..; 1.1ffst,',.. "....:;;.....::::,...!.. ...., .. :..,:....:.:.....;..: ........,... ; ,.;
.:'..',4.-'',g .;.'& ...':.-' ..'r.:"'Ir.ti' -.;"! '( '..1-': II; .. 4,0 '4!,: : '''.1:':i-,.::..:.:::: ::',::::::.,:::-:,,,-:s:;.,:i:;..
1.0gt;f: :14,,,-4.-, -:-)Z--: :..1-3t.1:11.:&..Us;-s.-1,,,t ;:;i5. 1-1, ,;:t I 11 ; :-;',-:: ,1:::::::.::: :.: ;:::1-11:::::.1..- : ::e,o el.
74-Txt-.. illt-:ratir:1 -'::,1' ':., ,I 4:, 41.: : :, :.f :i :,,'.;:.:4:.:4.:.::.:.,'::::....:-.:::!:-.::,..:::':.:: ::,','',' :,,iyAt,,..';
I I
ft:'rom:::.,,,,,,A ,:o.,,,,,,:40 ,:tlitit,-..,,,;,;its tl ,, ,. ; : .4 ',...,-, -:4 ...: :i'l,i.i....--.:i.,::.:.:::::'.:';::.,. ::.,:;.... : '::, '.,.)1,-p':
giy.t:.,....,.......0::?43.w4.....,.:,,... .. ..,,o.,..A..p..ss.....t.s....m4,nt.t...t.tr,..;... It..,,,,i,,,t. ..04,..".',....,:,4;...7,:,t,,1::,. ,. ,,.',:...::.,....:........:,...-,,:.;,:,::,:.,,,,13.,,l,:::.,,.,:!,...,1.i..;.,,:::4,,,--::.,,4,:.:;:i.,,,,,,,,,,,;,:,i.,:,,i.,::,,.::,..:.::;:.,.;,. ...,:,..,,,,,:.,v,...,w,.041;,,6,;,,,.;,,oL.:,.;.,..,14:.,i:......;:......,..,..,
:'?4C.,,,,'-ittAal :-- t.:4,,,4-,43.-4;-1 ; 1 '. I; :. ,v, ::4- t .. .'. j.';'!-':,51.1;::.:ii.:::'.:;:::.::.::::',is.:4'.:... '.. :.. ;-,
ii.;' '0514:01,10::':.
0,,,,;:,:.,,,m i;,,,,--
,it .. A's ''''.4 ltf.tft;-;:-;:41' ., :::',::::,.'1::,A;::',.:::::::::al.::,:::::,:::-:',: ;:.t.:-','. ;4:,
',' i wvof -4 'ij, '. ,:.;.'?:::,.., ., ,.,:::.. ', -;. ;-i: .--''''.:' -:-:;'-
,aN00...::'..
r ,,V.:i '4!-,;.:,
.
- I 4',t;:. ,
'. fori.t,
-,64.164.4.4,' ,-,., ,,
..:.';!,!...,:;:,.':34:::: ,
,- ,, ,,,r,:,,,,,,,,,,,,o;,, ..' 6,, 4,1
,47 ..: ......,;:,,,,:,::::1i . ,;3 ,.',:,:,..44; ,, 4
::40,,,,, 0 '-, .,-;.,,- .fe .40,Atikii,i; ...
.??,v.,,,eAlisif0;4',(:',44
, ... .,. 14' ,0..,:-.,,,, ?,

, ..:,:c.,.. r
c-14,-.,,NN,,le-1
ki
alPtoofit
01,
1K' oovstItterti
Noil3t1

N

Z



1
k 4
f

4t;
,,,,t,
,,,4,
,
.
,
,
,
1 ,,,t
"I.
' ,i

A

PAGE FOUR

,
Soda and Otherwbe
stafier

elarMallio ni.""td0)
if spilt kg Nocor &la 1,1

STAFF MEMBERS OF ATLANTIC 10.T.C. AND WIVES
FETED AT DESSERTCOFFEE AT SWANEY RESIDENCE

Clip'14ind Mts. L, Swaney entertained at their' real realdetied
detied realdetied littbonor of still( members of the Atlantic 11.0.T.G. und
their WilFtS. Attending the dessert-coffee were Sgt. and Mrs.
Thdmas Metcalf, Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Craig and Mi Sgt. Fred
Lawrence, who has just completed a two-year assignment
at Cristobal High School.
, Sgt. Lawrence left the Isthmus Monday for a new as assigitment
sigitment assigitment as R.O.T.C. instructor at Memphis, Tenn., near his
home', vii

SL Luke's Guild
To Moot riday
Members of the Morning Guild
W.
,P
Special Offer
1-011 JUNE
BRIDES
STODIO COUCH
SIMMONS
style
DAYTIME
p. comfortable piece of
furniture
NIGHTTIME
lAn extra Bedroom
SPECIAL .1'34.95
MONTHLY 9.95
FURNITURE STORE
Central Ave. and 21 St.
2-1830-24833
CARD OF

1 -----
,,-115' ..-P''
'( i v,
,-- --'-r
I 'er ,1 :". .,.n
4!r:' : '''-:"-,:,;Y
: t".-.,., (.
to' ,,N I
.,,,,,zN.,

....
1 CI E3', '4 II
I itTi
:6 a, --'
e isto,,, 17; Tr: ..
L I rt. -6w 01 ' i I a ...- ..7 4
,
felf-1711--(1 Iiill
tg ...1.0001 .11
lipl, f''''
IN.
L
DAYTDIE
ti comfortable piece of
furniture
NIGHTTIIIIE
lAn extra Bedroom
ii 1 l,
nomi,4, ut 0 g
lw---,,I,-,
,41.0p
, lit 0
, fOb
- .lootry, ..,
1,, ; ;,,. pi
r : -,k,.4,4,
: SPECIAL 139 95
MONTHLY 9 95
.
, ,: -4,,,
...,,,
, rre 114 .1
I, E LI ti Li' 1
;I FULRN1TURE STORE
.1.'
, g
i Central Ave. and 21 E. St.
1: i Tells. 2-1830-24833
;
, rt

1

Mr. and MIN. ALBERT LINDO
Mr. and Mrs. BENJAMIN FID AIWA

wish to acknowledge with thanks the many
expressions of condolence in their recent
bereavement.

,
.
.
Cv"., 1
1 !'
.
. 4
.4,4(e.,1
, 4:,...:t.,,: :'
.
..
'''' .5 4, 10,'::;,?:,' ,:
,
,
: ,,:;,::
x.4,.,,
.,,,
,::::
ey :,',,
,
.w. nJ1--- I , .,,, (,ii

(A11,0
g

kh L1s
'Use ARM Cream Deodorant with Perstops,
Men and women the world over rely on
Arrid to kspp them free from perspiration ,
and odor around the clock.

li; f Men and wome
Arrid to kapp t
and odor aroun
Proved
as eti
as ell de
tem
),.,'ii.;,,,,,, ',

Proved 112 times
as effective
as all deodorants
tested
,,

Parta, ndliell 1St k

,ow
Fa "sou; 2-0740 so 40 741
:of the Catheiral of St. Luke will
meet Friday morning at 9 at the
home Mrs. P. E. P. Marshell,
Corner of 68th and Jose San Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Apt. 6, El CangreA
Anyone desiring transliortation or
directions should be at the Cathe Cathedrat
drat Cathedrat at 8:45 a.m.' Newcomers to
the parish are' welcome to,''attencl.
Balboa P,ainbow
Install Now- Offloora
Balboa Assembly poe, Order of
Rainbow for Girls. bell:tits open
installation oaf afficera the,r0t the,r0ttish
tish the,r0ttish Rite Temple in Italboa-j;,..,-;
Miss Edith McNeit-was installed
as worthy advisor, Other officers
installed for this term were San Sandra
dra Sandra McKay, worthy associate ad advisor;
visor; advisor; Beverly Smith, Charity: Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Mauldin, Hope; Kay Flow Flowers,
ers, Flowers, Faith: Christine Huff, drill
leader: Harriet Gunderson, chap chaplain;
lain; chaplain; Dorothy Strumpf, Love; Ja Janet
net Janet Sutherlanl, religion: Christine
Harrison, nature; Jo Anne Fields,
Immortality; Maxine Baggott, Fid Fidelity;
elity; Fidelity; Charlotte Schultz, patriotism;
Naomi Litvin, service; Edith Huff,
confidential observer; Alice Koe Koenig,
nig, Koenig, outer observer; Karen Nad Nadeau,
eau, Nadeau, choir director; Mille Dejer Dejernette,
nette, Dejernette, pianist: Betty Friese, rec recorder;
order; recorder; Kay Hamilton, treasurer.
The worthy advisor was instal installed
led installed by her uncle, Edgar F. Dag Daggett.
gett. Daggett. Other installing officers were
installing worthy advisor, Billie
Sue Spencer: installing marshall,
Andrew Smith; installing Chaplain,
Martha Stevenson: installing re reorder.
order. reorder. Rochelle Head: installing
ovianist, Mrs. C. Gundersen; ins installing
talling installing soloist, Vena Bennett.
The new worthy advisor dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated her term to "Faith." Father's
legree was presented, and a Fath Fatherg
erg Fatherg talk given-by Miele, Snyder.
Billie Sue Spencer, outgoing wor worthy
thy worthy advisor, was presented vrith
place setting of her sterling silver
pattern by the members of the
a.ssembly. Fdith presented the past
worthy advisor's jewel.
Mrs. Mildred Sutherland was
installed as a member of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow advignry board. Pourtsen
stitiite officers for the Mav.seo Mav.seotentber
tentber Mav.seotentber term were Piqn
Following the installation ce0-'
mony, refreshments were served
in the banouet hall by Mrs. G. R.
Barnes and her committee. The
hirhlight of the refreshments was
a huge sheet cake specially dec decorated
orated decorated with the insignia of the
Rainbow Girls in vivid colors. It
lwas presented by Orchil Chapter,
lOrder of the Easter Star.
Dance Jamborea
Saturday
Anotly'r dance jamboree for Ou Ou(lents
(lents Ou(lents of Harnett and Dunn will be
1-.eld Saturday eveninff at 41:3o at
the American Letzion CIO at Fort
Amarlor. A contest will be given
for the medal and silver grouns
ond royelty dances willbe pre presented.
sented. presented. THANKS

win De graduating ana leaving the 1 ilionday through Friday from 9 tot
,-' '',;, Zone this week- ....-,e",40".
11 a.m. with handicraft on Mon,oke-1,
(30,?...,:-oe,
4 ,..:.,- voso, day and Thursday, bowling Tues TuesV
V TuesV ,;',:,.,, Grand Cross of Colors ROCK1N ROLL :.77;'''': ) day, and swimming on Friday.
,-,
The degree of the Grand Cross
!!, sz.'",'4:,, ;
010 '''' of Colors will be conferred Friday 1
' At Diablo, handicraft classes will
La,,, evening at 7 at the Cristobal Ma-
, be held on Monday and Wednes WednesShapes
Shapes WednesShapes you for your swinging
).." : '',' i sonic Temple. All members of the social whirl! Comes in four day, and swiniming on Friday
,
- I
I,. ,;., group are invited to attend. lengths... Brief-brief or not-so- ,
p
,., All are scheduled from. 9 to 11 a.m.
- U
,
.
I ,s 0
,
.
JWB Bridge Chess
The weekly bridge class for be beginners
ginners beginners will meet this evening st brief... for full skirts or shorts. t. -,,
Mid-long for eased skirts and 1 '''''
f o r good-and-tight tapered :,- ,,t,,. ,,,4,,... ,
bermuda shorts. Good-and-long '''$-':,-..,1 ,,, 'II': At appeal has been made for
volunteers to assist in the sum summer
mer summer recreation program on the
Pacific side. Thoe who wish to
, 4, ,,
, 8 at the Balboa USO-JWS. Dick pants and skirt,s! It's made of ., ,,,,, -,t. ; ,,- assist in teaching the various class
, ,,. .. .:..,,.....i'Li?,.'! Spero of Fort Amador is ,the in. ,,
a specially designed elastic an ,...... es have been asked to telephone gig
i' -, .,
IllfIt..... structor.
Servicemen, their families, and
mreasidaernets woef etohme eZontoe Ant edn dP a tnhaa
I covered with soft stretch nylon .:,,.- s
(mighty cool! )... with satin Balboa 3694 by June 15. Train Train,
, Train, ,, ing, classes will be held for the
,
.,.:', ,...---
ewlhosetriec ypoaunne iese df oft ewx teraar cRoonetkrdNI '''' 4...,:; :.' '' . '; ...' ,volunteer instructors.
'4,, ,'
,
,
,
4
1 1 vi
be fiat classes. There is no charge.
Danish Poliie Nab Roll:. you've got your figure .- .. '-
rblems beat! Detachable gar- ; 0 ,1 '17.; 'Ir.,
re l'
rs, and convenient snap-out ,.,.k.,, :',", '1,2criTt.'.
. ,..0 EIEUITAILIZE
, shield. ,-: .,. ,,, ...- !'
-
, t le Six Men Who Spied ,
s
t ,,, , e t, ,....,,,
, (1 ',,
If you fest oldikefore yourQe or
,
Sold In All ,,,,, 12:, ,s, ,,, 7,4,'. :1: ....; : ...t,,' YOUR
suffer from nerve, brain or physical
c For Foist Germany
, ,Itr, ts weaknhits, you win find happiness and
' tf, .' t health in a 111! Ainerican lAbomtort
COPENHAGEN (UPI) Pollee mu method which restores youthful vigour
Cream Deodorant with Perstop Leadin Stores
g ,,,, 1, and vitality. It is a aim le home treat
t o d a y announced the arrest of 7 1- ', I
tt: l' '4. iii t ; ment in tablet form pPrepared bY an
, six men, including ii former can- ., ,,?1.t.-,i,1' American Laboratory and is very easy
:.: , '.,-4.4 : to take. It seta directly on your
1 the world over rely on didate for Parliament, as mem, ?.. ,'.. ''' ''''.1.
.,,,,,,,.,.:', , glands, nerves and vital Orgilnit, and
em free from perspiration , '' A bers of a Communist spy Ting. '.: 4.',:' works so Well You can see and fed
1 the clock. ,,, r,' ''''.
,, Authorities refused to identify
BEsTFoRm 7,,, ,,, new ,bodilY Power, and vigour in a
.
'hart time. Because of its natural ac ac)
) ac) 4 -7.;-4,',"), ., the country involved. But in- 1
tion ore gland and tiered OUr brain
R formed sources said the ring power and memory often improve
, 4
notably.
112 times A 1
, spied for an intelligence agency
. This new gland and vigour restores
t of "hi;gbest military importance' Address inquiries to: : called Wrens. has, been tested and
ective ..,,,;,:,;,,,,:,,,:.,,, wt,,,,.;,,z,, in East Germany. proved, in the United States and is
nod aeallable at all drugstores hero
The sources said the spy Hng
1 Ciat VI6Tabe tablets tram your drug drug,
, drug, gist today. put them to test and de
:odorants wi p, concentrated on the key military
,
PER 0 :.,
. nosts of Fort Stevns on the sound Agenclas Halman, S.A. the big improvement. Take the full
bottle. which lasts eight days. It wil
ted between Denmark and Sweden maks you full of vigour, energy ant
,
,nr1 the Langelawl fort. A stra- vitalltYt and., you will feel year,
Cartw Prtmlorts
younger. The large prise which lasts f
L',,d-zT"-..7crnt::' 'izie base CM the Groat Belt Pas- P.O. Box 617, Panama Tals. 3-0646 & 3-0803 nays is vary dionorcioeL
lee between the Raffle and the

Cartor Protior to
trod ornrk for oulronotori
Ilvdror &rho., sort., onto

MI

gox 134
Panama
abaiLl k, 119110
Lilo 8 00 ao,41 10
-4
Parents of the participants and
tneir friends are invited to attend.
Retreshmen.s will be served.
Miss limits' Colon
Marries in soquoto
The Church of San Juan Bautis Bautista
ta Bautista in Boquete was the scene of
the marriage of Miss Emi Isa COE COEIon,
Ion, COEIon, laughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Ju Juho
ho Juho Colon, and Gerald Lawyer, son
of Mr. and Mrs. benzil Lawyer of
Bloomington, Ind.
After the ceremony, the parents
of the bride hosted a reception at
the Hotel Panamonte.
(Continued on Page 5)
m 1
NAACP Suspends
Official Who Urged
Violent Reprisals
NEW YORK (UPI)The board
of directors ol the National Assn.
tor the Ativancement of Colored
People yesterday upheld unani unanimously
mously unanimously the suspension of a North
Carolina NAACP Olui CULL wilt; sug suggested
gested suggested that souther Negroes
might have to "stop lynciang
vita lynching."
The national organization said
Robert W. Williams wotdd be
suspended from NAACP office
tmtil Nov. 6, and his post as
president of its Union County,
N.C., branch will be filled until
the next election by the vice
president, Dr. A. E. Pe Try.
A spokesman said Williams is
not barred from running for of office
fice office again aiter Nov. 6.
The original recommendation
for suspension was made by the
NAACP's committee on branches
after a hearing June 3 and
8, ana affirmed yesterday by the
board.
Williams made his' statement
following the acquittal on May 5
of two white Men charged with
assaulting two Negro women, and
the conviction of a Negro the
NAACP said was sentenced to
two years in prison for "a far less
offense."
Williams said then: "Since the
federal government will not bring
a halt to lynching in the South
and since the so called courts
lynch our people legally, if it's
necessary to stop, lynching with
lynching, then we must be will willing
ing willing to resort to that method."
The committee on branches
said that although Williamd had
later said he had meant to indi indipate
pate indipate only that Negroes should de defend
fend defend themselves from attack on
the snot, he never disavowed the
earlier statement and gave the
impression he intended to repeat
it.
The committee said that state statec.ert
c.ert statec.ert was 'contrary to the basic
NAACP policy" and "endangers
the effectiveness of the NAACP
especially in the South. It can be
used by segregationists to spread
the false impression that the
NAACP supports lynching and
mob violence."
Meeting
Coco Solo Civic Council
An important meeting of the Co Coco
co Coco Solo Ciyic Council will be held
this evening at 7 in the Surf Room
of the Breakers Club. All residents
of Coco Solo, France Field and
Upham Naval Station are urged
to attend.
Business to be discussed will in inelude
elude inelude air conditioning the new
commissary, theater and post or orfire.
fire. orfire. Refreshments will be served.
-
Conversation Club
The Canal Zone Conservation
Club will hold its regular bi-weeklv
meeting this eveninq at 7:30 at
the Quarry Heights Officers Club.
Informal attire wit! be appropri appropriate.
ate. appropriate. Tonight's meeting will be the
last opportunity to meet with of officer
ficer officer students of the Albrook
tin American School. The group
will be graduating and leaving the
Zone this week weekGrand,
Grand, weekGrand, Cross of Colors
The degree of the Grand Cross
of Colors will be conferred Friday
evening at 7 at the Cristobal Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic Temple. All members of the
group are invited to attend.
-
JWB Bridge Class
The weekly bridge class for be beginners
ginners beginners will meet this evening st
8 at the Balboa USO-JWB. Dick
Spero of Fort Amador is .the in instructor.
structor. instructor. Servicemen, their families, and
residents of the Zone and Pana Panama
ma Panama are welcome to attend the
classes. There is no charge.
Danish Po Ike Nab
Six Men Who Spied
For Foist Germany
COPENHAGEN (UPI) Police
t od a y announced the arrest of
six men, including it former can candidate
didate candidate for Parliament, as mem members
bers members of a Communist spy ring.
Authorities refused to identify
the country involved. But in informed
formed informed sources said the ring
spied for an intelligence agency
of "ligbest military importance'
in East Germany.
Me sources said the spy Hng
concentrated on the key military
nocts of Fort Stevns on the sound
bet ween Denmark and Sweden
,nr1 LangelanA fort. s stra strabase
base strabase 011 the Croat Belt Pas Pas,le
,le Pas,le between the Rattle and the
Ten sea.

PANAMA AMERICAN AN

Food and Drink
ACIO8S
1 Soda
4 Butter and
margarine
1 Cape
12 Malt drink
13 Arrow poison
14 Operatic solo
15 Indian weight
18 Urdmportant
person
18 Tuscany
20 Fertile spots
21 Sick
22 Ice water,
, for instance
24 Dwelling place
120 Fasteners
I 27In favor
30 Occupant
32 Raised
34 Rocks
' 35 Landed
property
36 Male child
37 Bows slightly
, 39 Golf mounds
: 40 Sit for a
: Portrait
;141 Brown
! 42 Flavor
45 Eat away
, 40 Interpret
51 Girl's
nickname
52 Girl's tiara
53 Norse god'
54 Greek letter
85 Departs
56 Try
57 Boy's
nickname
DOWN
1 Former times
12 Bread spread
3 Fruit
4 Last
5 Soon
6 Bridge holding
7 Watch
8 Pertaining
to birth
Discord
goddess
10 Location
11 Speaks
17 liangrnan's
knots
19 Washed
23 Monsters
24 Show
disapproval
25 Atop
26 Mexican coins

,,,::,...,..
l':' ,,,40'
1,14,...,,i
:::,,,...:,:im,,:. i,:fii:4:::
:it,:4,,i eV'. . .
.. sk::,,,,,,,s,..54,,,,,,f::,:: ::
.
:i:::....,,,,w :!,,,:m.:.:t
k k
:.. '''..: ''' k..2. 'f.... ,................. ,:k.:41.'::::i.:.11iii...''kk. .'1, i
;;:i...::,':$..i4, .S. A.4'".:...1'''''''''s .:-.:::.:::.::::.,'.:.:::.!:: IV
..i:.:',.:::::1:1'i ...:;. :'. Kfk! ''..t.-;i?,4.,.414'.'....:i. -,-,.:,.?:3,
,l,!' s':':::::::::::-..,..'...,'.,.,::: .,'.'.a,.,''''',Vr 1,''..,.,',i,..iii;,:1'.igtf:,;.s..,,ti..,:.
. .x.? ,,-,,.,:,:i:e: :.: .4.:' A ; :,',:.;;;;;;:,-;:;,,-,......,..,..7,,.,,,...t,
..' ....' .: ..:''''.....:.:' :",' ..-...:::,vi.:..:::-,,.,:...:.f
,' 4:: ;..,i,,,,!,,.:.. ..s. .... .,,,,..,,,,,,...,,,i,,,,,,...,,i,,,.:,,,... ,,,:.
.-:.:..::' ':::.'.::.:::',;:..i:::::',.' k.: .':,f-s..,.,vi,,.,,::'11''
.:.:,,ip::::, .:.:-::'.:.:;,::.? ... .bys. ., e',::,,,.,,,,
..-sdigig, ',.. Itsiig:, :::....,,?,,' :.-,, -,,...',. -.:'v,1,;.,.:::4
tl
....,ip',.:.:.,.,i',?::.,Zi.,.-,,,,.,.1,,i:,if:,:.:!,...:.,',:.;:::.:.,,.:... .2... :..1.,:.,,,:;.,:,
....5,;,:.,,i,M,:,M;ii.i',,:iiii,,iii,,,:.,,,:...iiii,:,:,,,,,ii:.,.,:ii::::,,,, ,:,,::....,:..,...,,,,,::,...,,,,:r.
-'s:3iii::::::::-, ::::::-.-..,;:"----...:,,I,,,.,-..$,,if$A:.::..........i, ,.,,,,,,i.-..:.:,,.,:.,..,...,4i.
2:.,',,.:;,:,.,.:..,,,,.,--.,-..,,,:::,,3,,,,-,,i:.iii-,-.0,,,,,.i,.,,,,..,,-,i,i...,,, ::.,.,....N.,,, .::..,
,.............,,...,,,,,,,,f,k.,,,....,..,x:,:if,:,,,,,:Kii.,;:,,,,,,,,:iiii,i,K,,ilivN, x2s. 14 ,...t,:i..:s ,-..
,x:,,:4,,:::::,:,,!..,,,i,,,-,,K:,,:,,f,iiiii,,,,,a::.,..w.i?,,,,i,iii,,....,,,,,.::::i,ii:.?...,., ,......',.....:,!N ,:::,;.-.:,
L.,,,,:,.,f.::..:.1:,,.:!,,w.::i,l,f,o.ws.:.,:ft,:?..,.::::,,.,::,:i:,,,,,,,,.,,,:osi,,,.,,., : v..:.,' :.
igikr:Eilsaita::,,,,::::.,:,4::',K:i:::::ik, ''',N;.
,,,:.,:f.,::;:.,,i,,,,,i,1,(4.1zZ.,,V,,.:,,,::::,,,,,mik,,:k,a,,,?,g,,,,,,.:.,x,,,,- ::::.:. -.?,..:4:.::::.,:,,:,5;: :....f,.
..i.i:5.::::.:,...:.W:..in1KNVO..:A:A:AMA.$.1W........? .;.:i.......A..:::. :N.':
:.:g:g.:..Mf4!St,'"':IikitMs:.,k.i.!.N1,8:::WIS;;:...i. .1:;:::::....S.:'....
:J.:.:MI:k':.4.A.:!:::Wk:i.M.:::.:::;,...k'''' :ii'::','4, ::I. :':...M.'-
...k's.:.t.s......;i:::::&:':::4 TN.::?:::::i'::ik,::i::::::: Z N.: .::,:" ::7'::::'-: ..k:.
i4:1'4N,:. .'''..tN ss''.-: :".....:::..:. ;M:'.:,,,
:. :' ...:N. 00,.,
..,:,.,:::.:,.....::iii.,:i:.:.,. ..:.:,.
,....,....,........1:1,4k:s;
.,.;t.::$,,;
s. ,Aii:7.;-'
::::iiki
C':.k..:i:s :
41

FANCY FOOTWORKJanie Holgerson and Wendall Shepherd
display the dance styling that helped win for them silver tro trophies
phies trophies at the dance jamboree sponsored by Harnett and Dunn
at the American Legion Club.

CARD OF

Mrs. Tomas A. Lind gratefully acknow acknowledges
ledges acknowledges the many attentions and kind ex expressions
pressions expressions of sympathy extended to her and
her children Roger, Andy and Vicky on the
recent loss of their beloved husband and
father.

BESTFORP&

NO FINER FIT

ROCK1N ROLL

Shapes you for your swinging
social whirl! Comes in four
lengths... Brief-brief or not-sobrief.
for full skirts Or shorts.
Mid-long for eased skirts and
o r good-and-tight tapered
bermuda shorts. Good-and-long
pants and skirts! It's made of
a specially designed elastic
covered with soft stretch nylon
(mighty cool!)... with satin
elastic 'panels for extra control
where you need it. Weal- Rock'N
Roll:. you've got your figure
prblems beat! Detachable gar garters,
ters, garters, and convsnient snap-out
shield.

Sold In All
Leading Storeq

BESTFORM

Address
Agencias Ha
P.O. Box 617, Panama

,
-
,
, , ,
,
, ,
i,. :
.
.
CDEPIDIDENT DATLY KnysiArnt
- ------ 7. --- WEDNZSDAY.--1ITN't 11,- 111, -
.- ''..".!;: .'. i.",,.. '', bit. -;'',"1, ,:'
,
, ;
-
1 Answer to ProyJous Pun!'
IZIMM11111.41 R001111DA
I f:21111F-ifd$1a311 orzRnao,..2ri
mons-aran uzioactwa t'1114DEAL
4.00 4 ..,, -...,
-, .f ,,,., .,' ;'''' ; s ,,, ' ''''-
, ,,. ,-., :".
,
it f k THE-VOICE OF
-
E4uoiestioni-imituon
,Nt4 ,7', ; 'e,k' ,,,L ,- , IN, t A I, ,. At
13ElriiiiRCIfil ''
' ' o' ,,,:4.,..- p A
Ltzir-1-qamiomorourao
r-ttoursEtoontommtmcito By OSWALD JACOBY -of. .,4.,,,,., Vtak LE) W AY
-
g 001111i0fISMICqUOENIM Writton for- NEA Service
,
MAIJC.113MMOBEIlititAii le. 0 -I z..t.,,,,:,;,,, : ., ;',-t, ,.. :
PILIFiaTItqflri ....
. ,., ."-,441! ''-'' '' -',$ -'-'; -,- r. -'
rlMINMAIP11106-4111163011 ,) ", NIt
Elif-21-9F:i. PP ummorael Noir)! m. 13 41' i $ , a
2 by'-'0)ssitothy'Kill Iletl',-
1:21:111111ERM C;;Itqfq17.11:R1114
1 11
,
; A,,1118654t
E.14,111s3i9i lill EIMP1
27 First name 43 Italian rivar 1

,
t"

MT$EPENDENT DATLY NEWSiAPEZ

Answer to ProyJous Pun!'
MMMUW ROOMM
510r-IMUR oRnawn
monhaPm WOMMOR
EAumestioniimituon
00ENIAMOM
OMPIAMASAMORRMO
MIUODOMME4MMaii
OMUUOMSWOMIMM
NOOEN3MMUOMMOWi
morwirqmo
mmrimenummuom
019mmom UMMOtalal
120111MRM UMMMMIR
005.39n ialEOMM
PliiiL1115611 o
g
dauliao
liJE.113
Pi LI
riMINM419 i
Eif-21-9E71
0011121H
27 First nams
28 Network
29 Poems
31 Male singers
33 Perfume
38 Ten years
40 Cornbreads
41 English river
42 Deer
43 Italian river
44 Wind
indicator
46 Elevator
inventor.
41 end nut
pudding
48 Minced oath
50 Land parcel

AAA MAMA MAMA
A MAMA AM
A MAMMA
AMMAMAWAMM
MAMA
AMMANAMMANMAA
AMMAAWAAMAM
A IFAA
AMMAAMAAMMA
AMMAZAMM
MAAMAY,AA AM
A JAM A
AMA A
A AMA AMM

MIMMIEMFA

THANKS
ij,T ANY PRICE
IMIMIERIEM11111iElkt
.
;
,
inquiries to:
Iman, S.A.
Ta Is. 3-0646 & 3-0803

:S
y ackn ow owkind
kind owkind ex exto
to exto her and
cky on the
sband and 4

Aew's

By OSWALD JACOBY
Writton for NEA Soryks

NORTH 12
1064
VA85t
Q
096K 765
WEST (I)) EAST
4672 64)3133
IPK1093 J
K7232
sts A9 46320342
SOUTH
IP Q72
AJ10111)
GloQ3
No one VUltlerSig,
West North East Sowth
Pass Pau Pass 1 MT.
Pass 2N.T. Pass Pass
Pass
Opening lead. 3
13
The habit of playinc.unilateral
defense or "singles trjdge" is a
common one. In the hands of a
great expert this type defense will
frequently be most effective. In
the hands of the average played
it'is likely to be lust the opposite.
West made his normal opening
lead of the fourth best diamond.
Dummy's queen held the trick
and the six of diamons was led.
This gave East the chance to
make a discard and he signaled
with the nine of spades.
This overenthusiastic signal
produced' the desired spade I,!ad
but it else made the hand to cinch
for declarer since gave him
three spade tricks, tcy!., add to his
four diamkinds,'ionelteart and one
club.
East's defense for his play was
that he felt that only a spade ahift
could beat the hand, that his partn partner
er partner should have opened a spade
originally-and that declarer could
make the,hand anyway.
He was right about the last As Assuming
suming Assuming passive defense such as a
diamond continuation $outh
could lead the three of clbbs to
dummy's king, run out his two
top. spades and diamonds and
throw West in with. the ace of
blubs,te force him to lead from
his' king of 'hearts.
All this was possible, but not
probable. The waste of the nine
of spades made the hand a cinch.
-4
Vsf CR RD ,feaie4
' CloThe bidding has been:
North East South. West:
1 Pass 2 N.T. Pass ;
3 4 Pass
You, South, hold:
4K85,K96A1084K10117
What do you do?
ABid three diamonds. You
-don't want to get past three noNo-
Yhtealleihin't want
to show better Spade ihd hearts
than you actually have.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues with a
bid of three hearts. What do
you do now?
, Antwer tomorrow
Summer Recreation
Registralion Starts
Today In Balboa
Registration of students enrolled
in tht Ancon, Balboa, and St. Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's Academy for the summer re recreation
creation recreation program to be held under
the auspices of the United Fund,
will take place today from 1
to' 3 p.m. at the Balboa Elementa ElementarY
rY ElementarY Scbool.
, The registration is open to all
dependents of Canal organization
employes between the ages of six
to 16 years.
( Summer recreation classes will
,begin Al, Balboa and Diablo Eiementary-
Schools July 6 and will
continue through August 14. All
Glasses will be held between the
bOurs of 9 through 11 cm.
'Classes at Balboa will be held
Monday through -Friday from 9 to
11 a.m. with handicraft on Mon Monday
day Monday and Thursday, bowling Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, and swimming on Friday.
At Diablo, handicraft classes will
be held on Monday and Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, and swiniming on Friday.
All are scheduled from, 9 to 11 a.m.
At appeal has been made for
volunteers to assist in the sum summer
mer summer recreation program on the
Pacific side. Those who wish to
assist in teaching the various class
es have been asked to telephone
Balboa 3994 by June 15. Train Training,
ing, Training, classes will be held for the
;volunteer instructors.'
ElEviTALIzE
YOUR GkA p s
it you feel old efore your ime or
suffer from nerve, brain or physical
weakness, you win find happiness and
t health in a 111! American Labomtort
, method which restores youthful vigour
, and vitality. It is a simple home treat treat,
, treat, tnent in tablet form prepared bY an
American Laboratory and is very easy
to take. It sate directly on your
glands, nerves and vital Orgilnit, and
works so well you can see and fed
new Power, and vigour in a
shrt time. Because of its natural ac action
tion action on gland and allirVIM OUr brain
power and memory often improve
notably,
This new gland and vigour restores
called VI-Tabs has, been tested and
provs4 in the United States and is
tole allailable at all drugstores hero
Get Vi.Tabe tablets tram your drug druggist
gist druggist today, put them to test and de
the big improvement. Take the full
bottle, which lasts eight days. it wil
make you full of vigour, energy ant
vitalitYt and', you will feel Year,
younger. The large prise which lasts
Says is very dionentioeL
;

Nick Condos, ex husband- --of it ". Se 1,; midshipman, Robert
Martha Raye and still bet' bust- Star. lt,'the still, got ble wife, Rose.
ness manager, is splitting. Imp ntary Bowei:. on camera for a
his current bride. They've' seen quick walken., and the- husband
the lawyers and the abrogation ancrwifeleam of Mediae fPavan
will take place in the near future. and Jean Pierre Aumont mar
. .Those who saw Billie Holliday as father:and daughter ... The
during the past couple of weeks author of the new. book, ."Waks
weren't surprised by the distress- Me When it's Over,,' Howard
ing news. Her disintegration was Singer,is a rabbi in Bloomfield.
obvious, rapid and dramatic. . N.J. Mervyn LeRoy paid $25,000
Reports from the Bucidngham for the movie rights to the comic
Palace set indicate that both the novel. -,
Queen Mother and Princess Mar- The staff at Erika's haunt at
garet will be given their own 80th St. and 2d Ave. report that
press secretaries soon. Meg's the Anna Militant hat becOme an
one who seeds an experienced aPPreciative cUstomer. Paty Bro.
hand to guide her newsworthy der.-,wbo plays one of the-Holly.
sidered undiplomatic, if not im, former radio and TV quit kid.
movements, but it would be con- wood blondes in "GYPeY," is a
proper, to acknowledge her im- But soon everyone will Imo sbe's
portance and not- give the' same a grOwn-up tor real: .11.11Y day she
treatment to the well-loved' elder: beet:Imes the bride of Charles De Deejass.
ejass. Deejass. New York University. . .Gordon
Elizabeth. Brovner,' a medical student at
Scott, star of the film "Tartan's
00 unOi thnceeioHowfuddtsshoewn rcoemleobtreartsedolthe 8 ell
pa Greatest Adventure," is recording
When the ship pulled into the an album with a hip title: "Tar
'iPth a spell in
pier. hit wife and two policemen Zan Swings!"
picked him out of the multitude
and bustled him off to jail for 1 1
nonsupport. lane Morgan and L Loion Comoanies
her brother Bob Currier are un
set over Tallulah Bankheads' can- Get Ns For PC
cellation of her engagement
their Kennebenknort Playhouse. It
tr, 1,!N,,, F ni .1 nil 4.n.r months.
Baritone Earl Wnghtson, who School Proleds
iipped on a lettuce leaf and .1-1
' The Dillon Construction Comp,
located his shoulder -during a gig
in coracle. hag. waived legal ae- ny-and Wright Brothers of Colo'
made low offers on two C a n a
tion against the hotel involved
Zone school improvement projects
stuoedbesomchearoitratbhlee ebme
bids for which were opened yester
cHa sdee elf; d hP el
nloyes of the place might be fir- day afternoon in the Admintstra,
ed. tion Building it Balboa Heights.
It's becoming chic, if not stan- A low total bid of $17,997 was
dard; for Hollywood directors to made in the Dillon company for
announced the names of actors the replacing of chalkboards and
and actresses they'd never work corkboards in the elementsey
with again for a million -dollars. schools at Balboa, Ancon, and Ga
William Wyler's avowal that he tun.
was through with Gregory Peck
was answered by Greg's com- Other bids on this project, rang rangment
ment rangment on the filming of "The Big Ing from $18,792 to $27,957, were
offered by Wright Brothers and
Country," which he co-produced
C. L. Bodey.
as well as played in. Said Greg: Wright Brothers made a low of of"Wyler
"Wyler of"Wyler threw away more than a fer of $3,000 on the construction
million dollars shooting unnecessa- of toilet facilities at the Paraiso
ry footage. It was a nightmare ex- playground.
perience for me and a costly one Other contractors making an of ofThat's
That's ofThat's why Mr. Wyler and I are
zer on this work were Isthmia
no longer friends' ... A top-level C t t I n
cons rue prs nc. and the Dillon
shakeup is brewing in one of the onstruction Company.
nation's largest cosmetic firms. A
veep will be first to go, if he The chalkboards to be installed
hesn't already, because he tiffed in the schools will be three-ply,
with the president of the compa- pressure laminated panels made
ny. of a procelain surfaced steel fac facEddie
Eddie facEddie Fisher is understandably frig. The chalkboards will be soft
irked with the London press for green in color with a reflectance
their unflattering descriptions of factor of not more than 20 per perLiz
Liz perLiz Taylor. They didn't hesitate cent. The corkboards, also pale
to point,. out ,, that ,t.hi, heantiful, green, will be quarter-1nel, thick
bride was iety miliell to the 'Cork 'zleitifollied With 1,0014-backplump
side, and ,,some OVI-he ea,- .ing and' mounted on ntasonlie.
gle-eyed reporter noted that ler . --'-''''''
raven tresses were going gra3'
. .Doe Marcus tht. show biz magi- BOOTH 'VISITS SEOUL'
elan, is in LeRoy Sanitarium for
leg surgery, an aftermath of the SEOUL, Korea (UPI)Lt. Gen.
Cocoanut Grove Fire. In Boston Donald P. Booth, U. S. high coin.
'way back 'in 1942.. -,,,,,,'",,,, ...:- .. missioner of the Ryukyu Islands,
Little known fact:;41ibatit ,' the Itrrived in Seoul yesterday for a
m arvelous El Greco' lust acquit'. 6-day visit to tht Republic of Ko Koert
ert Koert bv the Metropolitican Museum rea Booth, was expected to discuss
of Art through 'the Newhouse with President Syngman Rhee
Callenex: the man who owned it plans for promoting closer eco ecobefore
before ecobefore Zuloaga (from whom the nomic relations between Korea
museum bought it) celled it "Sa- and the Ryukyu group.
cred and Profane Love" because -------
of the nude fiprca4n the picture HARNtrt tt-,DUNN
(actually WI .,-.-eiiiiihni; of St.
John), and keePt-Clrbehind a vel- et t
vet curtain at all'Ames except "allroom Dance C oes for
Mt
.
' tem
when he was eon plating it in Atlantic Side
private or showing it to a few in-
timate friends. He considered it Pre-Teens & Teenagers
too daring to be on view in his
home when ladies. were present. Harnett and Dunn will hold
4 former movie queen, who's Ballroom Dance Classes for pre prebeen
been prebeen in the headlipes with stories teens and teenagers starting
that have nothing 'to A with her June 22 and every Monday
talent. is alarming ber Green- thereafter in the Coco Sole
wich Village friends with her hec- Gym, next to the Breakers Club.
tic bottle battles. .Col. Leon All types of American and
Mandel and his beautiful w 1 f e Latin dances, along with all
Carole (the shooting champ) are party and novelty dances and
both in the hospital for checkups. b a II r o o m et tuette will be
It's not quite accurate to say taught.
"everyone and his brother" are Registration for medal (be (bein
in (bein the cast of "John Paul Jones," ginners, will be held June 15.
hut 'here is nientv of nepotism Monday In the Coco Solo GYM
in the picture. Director John next to the Breakers Club from
Farrow let his son, Pat, play a 2 to I P.M. AdvL

BAY RUM
by
Get the one
GERM-FIGIITING

Reachas you Surgically Sterile!
Made to stay Actively Anti.
septic tor up to 4 months usel
Fules..joosaiklifterae44.4 Inhibits or destroys ALL types
, Operas that tall ors or bold le it,
.011 Sall e.mb

' st:',.:11(it 143 1
,. 7-!Ilkittt. :
' I .,. ,,, ,,:,, ie.
"001m0,---
41
' 4.tA :1r,,
',, 3 '', ,,
, ,
1 , ,.,,, 'LL i ,
..

WEDN21115riltNt11,- 115

.t

Stark,'the stair goeble wife, Rose.
mary Bower onr cement for a
'quick walk-0i4 and the husband
and 'wife' team of Melissa Pavan
Auld Jean Pierre Aumont timer
as father, and daughter The
author of the new book, ,"Wake
Me When it's Over," Howard
Singer, is a rabbi in Bloomfield,
N.J. Mervyn LeRoy paid $25,000
for the movie rights to the contle
novel.
The staff at Erika's haunt at
80th St. and 2d Ave. report that
Anna Magnani hat become eh
appreciative customer. Paty Bro.
der. who plays one of the-Holly.
wood blondes in "GYpsy," is a --
former fldia and Tv gide kid.
But soon everyone will know she's
a grown-up for real: 11.11Y day site
becomes the bride of Charles De.
Brovner,' a medical student at
New York University. .Gordon
Scott, star of the film "Tartan's
Greatest Adventure," is recording
an album vAth a hip title: "Tar.
zan Swings!"

The Dillon Construction Comp
ny-and Wright Brothers of Colo'
made low offers on two Cana.
Zone school improvement projects
bids for which were opened yester
day afternoon in the Adminiatra Adminiatration
tion Adminiatration Building it Balboa Heights.
A low total bid of $17,997 was
made by the Dillon company for
the replacing of chalkboards and
corkboards in the elementory
schools at Balboa, Ancon, and Ga Gatun.
tun. Gatun. Other bids on this project, rang rang1ng
1ng rang1ng from $18,792 to $27,957, were
offered by Wright Brothers and
C. L. Bodey.
Wright Brothers made a low of offer
fer offer of $3,000 on the construction
of toilet facilities at the Paraiso
playground.
Other contractors making an of offer
fer offer on this work were Isthmian
Constructors Inc. and the Dillon
Construction Company.
The chalkboards to be installed
in the schools will be three-ply,
pressure laminated panels made
of a procelain surfaoed steel fac facing.
ing. facing. The chalkboards will be soft
green in color with a reflectance
factor of not more than 20 per percent.
cent. percent. The corkboards, also pale
green, will be quarter-inch thick
cork 'reinfolitied With 'IMMO "back "backing
ing "backing and' mounted on sod
BOOTH 'VISITS SEOUL'
SEOUL, Korea (UPI)Lt. Gen.
Donald P. Booth, U. S. MO com commissioner
missioner commissioner of the Ryukyu Islands,
itrrived in Seoul lesterday for a
6-day visit to tht Republic of Ko Korea
rea Korea Booth, was expected to discuss
with President Syngman Rhee
plans for promoting closer eco economic
nomic economic relations between Korea
and the Ryukyu group.
Pre-Teens & Teenagers
-
Harnett and Dunn will hold
Ballroom Dance Classes for pre preteens
teens preteens and teenagers starting
June 22 and every Monday
thereafter in the Coco Sole
Gym, next to the Breakers Club.
All types of American and
Latin dances, along with all
party and novelty dances and
b a 11 room equette will be
taught.
Registration for medal (be (beginners)
ginners) (beginners) will be held June 15,
Monday in the Coco Solo Gym,
next to the Breakers Club from
2 to I p.m. Advt.,
I
ti.ft..MIMI..d
and only
TOOTHBRUSH
Reaches you Surgically Sterile!
Made to stay Actively Anti.
septic for up to 4 months la usel
Inhibits or destroys ALL types
Operas that MS oil or bold le it 1
It's the 1,
NEW
Ore West's :'
Miracle-Tuft 69i

,
Alfr
4,3
1.1.1
S 11!
mutt 69i
,

1
1

.,
, )pfn 11,1.
I

'
t, A. ',,
, o g
-
.
.
.
.
,
,
, ,
, ., , . ,.
,
44.140,0414.610.0....."...t.o.,0.0,ty.w..400.0.11otoe,00.some.O.v...4.,,,,o,wohoomwm,..,,,,,,,s0.,e...womo..4.1..,,mit,..0..oemod000fm.,....



WEDNESDAY,-.1171E 10, i9S1

SERVICE 14INS Miss Mary Maguire Secretary
were presented pins and certificates for having
ganization. The ceremony took place in the gover
L. Donovan, Civil Affairs Director; Paul A. Ben
moor, Administrative Assistant to the Governor;
bo be held this week during which more than 1,
years of service were honered,,

(Editor's Note: The Washing Washington
ton Washington "track system" of evaluat evaluating
ing evaluating pupi:s was cited in a school
integration trial in Atlanta last
week. Here is a report on now
that syst m works And is
working.)
By LOUIS CASSELS
WASHINGTON (UPI) Wash Washington
ington Washington public school officials said
today scholastic standards have
improved under a "four track
curriculum" program introduced
here after the school system was
desegregated in 1954.
Supt. of Schools Carl F. Hansen
said the experimental plan, under
which. children are separated into
four groups on the basis of aca academic
demic academic ability and aptitude, has
worked "magnificently" ill local
high schools, where it has ben
full operation for three years.
Hansen. bas proposed that a
similar 4hree-track system be
started this Jall in Washington
elementary schools. The board of
education is scheduled to act on
this proposallater this pionth.
The, rtgAv Auk yips IttrgshiAgt010

local Student Wins
kin& Honors
Al Missouri Unit

Miss Blanca Kravcio of Peno Penonome,
nome, Penonome, Panama, and student at
the University of Missouri, has
Iren honored by Signs Delta Ep Epsilon,
silon, Epsilon, national graduate women's
scientific fraternity. She was se selected
lected selected as outstanding. senior wom woman
an woman in, science,. at the University,
by the fraternity's award com committee.
mittee. committee. r-0101(1,111718101tel:
Mtss Kravcio, who espectS
receive' her bachelor of science
degree in agriculture next August,.
plans to do- graditate, Work 'in
Europe. She expects to study MO MOcnemistry
cnemistry MOcnemistry in Belgium, where she
her brother and a sister are stu students
dents students at the university in Lou Louvain.
vain. Louvain. Miss Kravcio sais she may
travel directly to europe from
Columbia, rather. than returning
to Panama first, where her fa father
ther father works for the United Fruit
Company.
She has he. en the redolent of ,a
scholarship .from tho Inter-American
Service of Agriculture Coops,
ration in Panama during her
three years hers at the Universi
Miss Kigetio is a 'member of
Sigma Epsilon Sigma, national
honor society for sophomore wom women,
en, women, and Pi Mu Epsilon' nation national
al national honoraty inethemaaa
ternity.

x

0

' t

osomoomiiix.

kt40400400100111tONIV AIMIE111111111111NOWNSMEMIngalliellbaNli

N'ew 'Track System' Raising
Washington School Standards

solution to the problem of how to
fix course content and inkruc inkructional
tional inkructional levels so that they will bc
neither hopelessly difficult tor
slow learners nor an inadequate
challenge to bright students.
I nteg ration P rob I m
This problem exists in every
school system which tries to
tea' ch children of widely varying
abilities. It became acute in
Washington wherf desegregation
brought thousands of children
from inferior Negro schools into
the same classrooms with white
children who had benefitted 'tom
a richer educational diet.
Under the four-track plan, high
school students are segregated,

-- i 1 41 Int aLlu. FA eas.,.,Gu. on,,n wsv,
but on the basis of talent ratne I can profitably -b4c.a pted by Amy Amythan,
than, Amythan, race. The brightest are en- school system."
rolled in an "honors" course with Although the full plan has not
very stiff science, math and lan- yet been tried in elementary
guage requirements. Next in dif- grades, Washington schools have
ficulty is a "college preparatory been using a more informal sys sysCourse."
Course." sysCourse." Average students who tem of "ability grouping" in the
do not intend to go on to college lower g r a d e s. Scholastic sten stenmay
may stenmay take the "general curricu- dards have risen substantially
lum." For ,studepts who are far there, too. ,, :- 4 4131,, 4,
betiqd,', thdr filNle le1(0; aK, ill t In 1955, citywirroi ,tests owed,
- ' that the median achievement
level in Washington elementary
schools was below the national
norm in nearly every subject.
.':, The average fifth grader, for ex exk.:?4,,,
k.:?4,,, exk.:?4,,, 4::x,,,:, ample, was found to be working
'7' ""i:4 at the fourth grade level in read read43i1
43i1 read43i1 Ii' :4,
ws'Ig.4"6"""1"1"""1"..1
ing and spelling, and at the third
'i', '',',;az., grade level in arithmetic.

SCIENTIFIC CHATTER -- Miss Blanca Kravcio, right, of Penono Penonome,
me, Penonome, ;Panama. chats with' Dr. 'Minnie May Johnson, botanist at
Stephens College, Columbia,. Mo. Miss Kravcio has just received
the award from Sigma Delta Epsion, national graduate women's
scientific fiatcrnity, as the outstanding senior woman sciersegi
at the imiversity. 1

to Gov. W. E. Potter and three top Canal officials
completed 20 years of service with the Canal or ornor's
nor's ornor's office at Balboa Heights. From left are Henry
tz, General Counsel: Miss Maguire: Forrest Duns Dunsand
and Dunsand Potter. The ceremony was the first of a series
700 employes with more than 20 but less than 30

Hall's Opposition
To Klan Followed
By Arson Attempt

.50

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPI)-1
An arsonist tied to set fire to
the home of Arkansas Secretary
of State C.O. Hall yesterday less
than 24 hours after he announced
his opposition to incorporation of
the Ku Klux Klan i,n the state.
Hall said he would not
have accepted the Klan's Articles
of Incorporation last week if there
had been any legal way out.
At 6:30 a.m., Mrs. Hall discov discovered
ered discovered the arson attempt when she
went to the front porch of their
home to pick up the mornin2
newapaper.
Hall said he did not blame any.
ose for the Ere, but that it was
"rather coincidental" the arson
attempt shoUld have occurred so
oflOn after his comments about the
Klan.
"I am not accusing anyone of
such a crime," he said, "But it
doesn't seem likely that such a
thin4r occurs by accident the day
after the story about my feelings
against the Klan are published.'
olLteriece of 'pine wood had been
aa a piece of brown paper.
anl the 'paver had been ignited.
One side of the wood had burned
and s 'freshly painted porch col colUmn
Umn colUmn was 'blistered on one side
Little Rock police chief Eugene
Smith' Said he lvood had been
ProlVed..igtenstk the column but
'apparently wits knocked over by
wind ; smorrain, thick probably
saffeCtbik.litiuSitt

need of remedial instruction,
there is a "basic" course.
The Washington school lystem
publishes annually figures on the
racial composition of the school
enrollment but never gives a ra racial
cial racial breakdown on the track system.

Standardized tests given to high
school seniors this spring showed
that students in the top t-ree
"tracks" had made significantly
greater academic progress than
the national norm. The basic
group lagged behind the national
norm.
Hansen said he is satisfied that
the multiple-track plan is "work "workable
able "workable and practical" and that "it

Cled in Congress
These findings were cited by
Rep. James C. Davis (D-Ga),
chairman of a House subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee which investigated Washing Washington
ton Washington schools in 1956. Davis said it
was clear that desegregation had
"seriously damaged the' pliblic
school system" isnd had resu;ted
in "definite impairment of educa educational
tional educational opportunity for members of
both races, with little prospect of
remedy in the future."
School officials replied at the
time that desegregation had not
lowered academic levels but had
brought to light the true condi conditions
tions conditions prevailing in the previously
segregated Negro schools.
Last month, Hansen made pub public
lic public the results of new tests given
to 8,000 sixth grade students.
They showed the average student
working at or above the national
norm in five of six subject areas,
and lagging only slightly in the
sixth.
Hansen said these gains were
made despite "a continuing in increase
crease increase in the proportion of Negro
children" who now constitute 74
per cent of public school stu students
dents students here.
"These children have demon demonstrated,"
strated," demonstrated," he said, "that with good
teaching they have the capability
of reaching and exceeding ma mational
tional mational norms."

Benefit Proven

3rd Plastic Bag
Death In 3 Days
Reported In NY

!,

NEW YORK (UPI)---The third
plastic bag death in three days
was reported to New York police
yesterday.
Six-wek-old Sharon Slaughter
was found lying dead on the living
loom floor of her parents home
with a bag against her face.
The death followed two listed by
police as suicide; one on Sunday
and one Monday.
Another death was reported in
Trenton, N.J., Monday, where
3-month-old carmela Brown suf suffocated
focated suffocated when she apparently
clutched a plastic mattress eover
to her face.
The Department of Health said
four persons had been suffocated
by plastic bags in New York this
year.

CHARGE IS RENEWED
LONDON (UPI) Britain has
renewed her charge that the Ice Icelandic
landic Icelandic Fishery protection vessel
Odinn was responsible tor the col collision
lision collision with the Britith destroyer
Chaplet kt the North Sea May n,
it was disclosed yestarday.

z
TEE ?mixt AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY prEwsrAm

State Dept Upheld hi Decision
To Refuse Passport To Reporter

o --
WASHINGTON (UPI)The U.S. relary of State had no legal au auCourt
Court auCourt of Appeals yesterday upheld thor.ty to deny a passport for
the State Department's right to such travel. He said the depart departdeny
deny departdeny a passport to Baltimore men's refusal to renew his pass passnewsman
newsman passnewsman William Worthy Jr., port was an abridgement of free freewho
who freewho defied the department's ban dom of the press.
on Ravel to Communist China The State Department argued
and some other Red countries. that the restricted areas are po poThe
The poThe court, affirming a judgment tential or actual trouble spots
by the Federal District Court, where U. citizens might be in
ruled that "merely because a danger. It also said the presence
newsman has the right to travel, of American citizens in such areas
does not mean he can go any- with official approval would en enwhere
where enwhere he wishes." danger the conduct of foreign

Worthy was accredited by the
Afro American Newspapers, The
New York Post and the Columbia
Bloadcasting System when he ap applied
plied applied in 1957 for renewal of a
passpott originally issued in 1955.
His 1955 passport contained a
restriction against travel to Hun Hungary
gary Hungary and to five other Communist-controlled
areas with which
the United States does not have
diplomatic relations. Nevertheless
Worthy traveled to Communist
China and Hunr.ary.
The negro reporter contended
that the right to travel was a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional right, and that the Sec

Indiana Officials
Gift Showered
By Gamblers

WASHINGTON (UPI)The Sen
ate Rackets Committee today
heard testimony that an Indiana
company operating a pinball
gambling monopoly showered pub publit
lit publit officials with gifts ranging from
hi-fi sets to "thirst extinguishers."
Staff investigator Lavers1 Duf Duffy
fy Duffy said the Lakeside Specialty Co.
of East Chicago, Ind.,. bought
$23,400 worth of gifts in wholesale
lots for distribution to the officials
at Christmas and on other occasions.

Duffy said the company had a
corner on illegal pinball machine
gambling in East Chicago and In Indiana
diana Indiana Harbor which yieled 060,000
on a $10,000 investment.
He said the gift,s were sent to
such Officials as East Chicago
Mayor Walter horse, Police Chief
Mike Vinovich, Sheriff Jack West
and Lake County Prosecutor Met Metro
ro Metro Ho lovachka.

Holovachka refused Monday to
tell the committee how he ac acquired
quired acquired $327,724 in cash during his
eight years as a public official.
Counsel Robert F. Kennedy said
the committee was considering
lontempt action against Holovach Holovachka
ka Holovachka for failure to surrender some
of his tax records.

The company's gift list included
such items as ice cream freezers,
radios, martini jiggers, cameras,
watches and diamond pins. Duffy
said a "thirst extinguisher" was
qtmongt Theo $98401; worth lot gifts
Yeorse received in 1957.
It was not explained bow the
mayor's thirst was extinguished.

ATLANTIC SIDE ATTENTION

PRE-TEENS & TEENAGERS
Reristratiot for Ballroom Dance Classes will be held June
15th, Monday from 2:00 p.m. tA) 4:00 p.m. in the Coco Solo
Gym, next to the Breakers Club.
"SPECIAL" 241- HOUR LESSONS MAO
INCLUDING JAMBOREE PARTY
CHILDREN AND TEENAGE SPECIALIST

HARNETT & DUNN

policy.
The three-judge appeals court
held that the rieht to travel "like
every other form of liberty, is in
our concept of an ordered society.
subject to restrctions under some
circumstances."

It said the government has
powcr to restrict travel by U. S.
citizens if it believes that tne
presence of a citizen in a certain
area might bring on a diplomatic
or military clash with a fore'g
government.
"The contention that there is
no grave danger involved in the
wanderings of uninhibited news
men in China or Hungary today
reflects an unawareness of real reality."
ity." reality." it said.
The court said the Worthy case
was different from that of artist
Tinckwell Kent. Tn th. Kent case
'he court held that the late Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
had no legal authority to refuse
a passport to Kent merely be because
cause because of the artist's belief or as associations.
sociations. associations. Tbe court said no beliefs or p psociations
sociations psociations were involved in the
Worthy case.

uote Unquote

EDWARDS AFB, Calif. Test
pilot Scott Crossfield, on landing
the experimerital rocket ship X-15
after a powerless glide from 38,-
000 feet:
"You still fly an aircraft by the
seat of your pants."

WASHINGTON President El
senhower on his proposals for new
economic legislation:
"This is a tight to make sure
that a dollar earned today will to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow buy for the housewife an
equal amount of groceries."
PHOENIX, Ariz. Nato Manuel
Glroa Jr., driver of the truck in
which 16 migrant farm workers
were killed and 32 injured:
"I fell asleep at the wheel.
When I woke no. the truck was
on fire and the guys in the back
were screaming."
LONDONEvaneglist Billy Gra
ham, on the dangers of the
world's preoccupation with sex:
"I think the new generation
coming along is far better ac acquainted
quainted acquainted ,witob, Jaypetkiansfield';
Itatistice Altittrt it' if with -the Se ce
ond Commandment which orders
that 'thou shalt not make unto
thee any image.'"

SUSI are

Kvhzaim on

rto c1
REQUESTS
PROGRAMS

HOG-01830 Kcs.

PHONE PANAMA 2-3Ct66

Social and Ogerwl3e

Art Exhibit Continuos
The art exhibit by Betty Bentz
will continue to be shown at the
Balboa USO-JWB until June 20.

John Michaelis Family
Leaves for Vacation
Mr. and. Mrs. John A. MICHA
OF Balboa and their children, Ire Irene,
ne, Irene, Gregory and Zachary, Faye
sailed for the Wesz Coast on a
three-months' vacation trip, They
plan to visit relatives and friends,
and tour California and Oregon.
-
St. Mary's Alumnae
To Have Fashion Show
The St. Mary's Alumnae Asso

FBI Makes Arrests
'n Coal Miner
Ambush Slaying

Sheriff Glad Woodward said the
killing of Jess Fesier, 52, 'did not
have anything to do with the vio violence"
lence" violence" in the srike-tense E ast
Tennessee coal fields.

LAKE CITY, Tenn. lUPI)--Two
men were arrested yesterday in
the ambush slaying of a coal mine
operator who was being sued by
the United Mine Workers union
for more than $34,000 in welfare
fund payments.

Fes ler was struck in the head
1Monday by a rifle bullet whlic
watching work at a flood control
project near here. The sniper
,fired from about 50 yards away.
, One of the suspects. Frank tut
'11). Smith, had been free in bait
lutme awaiting trial on charges ot
robbing Fester of $130 last March
27. The other suspect was identi
fled as George W. Baker. Bolt
were held in the lacksboro, Tenn.,
jail.
Fes ler, an independent opera operator,
tor, operator, had worked a small strip
mine for 10 years under a UMW
contract. The union filed suit
against him last year, charging
he was $34,16.19 behind in wel welfare
fare welfare fund payments.

FRANK McGAHHEY
General Manager.

---Continued

0 --
elation will sponsor a children's
fashion show Friday evening, June
19, at the Miraculous Medal Par Parfish
fish Parfish Hall. Models will be chillren
J and relatives of members.

Those wishing to include their
etildren in the show are advised
,o call Miss Ida Arosemena. Co Colon
lon Colon 1560 or 1311, or Miss Raquel
de Vega, Colon 800. before this
Friday.

Miss Gordon Named
May Girt of Month
Miss Martina Gordon was hon honored
ored honored as Girl of the Manth at a
'lance held Saturday evening at
'he Cristobal YMCA:I'SO. She was
lwareed 'the Certificate of
nom nendatibn for serving t h e
Mnsl volunt-er hours as R mem member
ber member of the Ghls Service. Oreqflizai
inn luring May.

I!

Don't
Buy One

RENT IT
LOW Rental Rate
Immediate Installation
CALL 2-2374
TELERAD

MililEMMEINO..

L6. '7,4741'
1-1 kr;

Across from Coca-Cola
at Frangipani

Garden

Panama's Leading Entertainment Center
PRESENTS,

MARIAN STANLEY

(The Blonde Bombshell)
The well known Star of Radio & Television
Special 3 course lunches Monday thru
Friday $1 00
Come as you are...no formalities
I
Sunday morning Lottery get together music
from 11:30 to 1:00 p.m.
Safe parking only block from Zone
Delicious food and the finest wines and liquors
Satisfaction Guaranteed

MM,,

v-"z1
MAKE
PAPPY
HAPPY

He'll be a fine
host with one
or more of these
Gifts
BAR GADGETS
ITALIAN
DECANTERS
BAR-B-QUE
BARB-QUE
APRONS
COCTAIL
MIXERS & SETS
ETC.,' A
I

USE YOUR CREDIT
...For these andA
hundreds of other ?1,1
gifts too! t :

at
4

Ask how to
DOBLE
YOUR MONEY
FREE

OMEGA S
eamaJter Calendar

The handiest place for a calendar
," is obviously the dial of your watch,
oe'expecially when the watch happens
0-40, be a fully automatic Omega. For
,'',t,;then you wear a high-precision
'4, timepiece that never needs winding,
while every day at midnight sharp,
silently and unerringly, the new date
slides into the calendar window.
The Omega Seamaster Calendar
does all this and more4
Its triple-sealed Seamaster case,
developed from the watches Omega
designed for Britain's RAF. defies
heat arid dust, shocks and magnetism,
is proof against water and condensa condensation
tion condensation to a depth of 200 feet.
,The Seamaster Calendar introduces
you to an accuracy that rests on the
nu 'clue series of precision victories
1 won by Omega at the Geneva and
'ti Neuchatel observatories. Here, pitted
, against the astronomical clock, in
. keen competition with Switzerland's
!Most highly prized wrist watches,
:Omega has time and again asserted
its precision leadership.
Precision, ruggedness, plus calend calendar
ar calendar luxury: these make the Seamast Seamaster
er Seamaster Calendar the most carefree watch
. you can now own.
1 You are in step with progreu
' when you wear the Seamaster Calen Calendar.
dar. Calendar.

the world has learned to trust

"OMEGA" the watch the world has learned to tru
SWISS JEWELRY, Charles Perret, General Agent
Rox 447 Tel. 1148, Colon
CASA FASTLICH, S.A., Agent, hmoma City

,e

PAGE FIVE
--,
At 1 oolk
SAVES HANGING CHILli J1;1'
LYNBROOK, N.Y. (um-2T--
32-year-old mother saved a neigh..
bor's child from hanging yester-)
,
day when she climbed a five-foot
picket fence and applied artiftelai
resp4ration. Mrs. Helen White.'
hurst. who has two childrenp
jumped the fence when she heard
her 4-year-old daughter's screamil
and saw Cindy Tuzzo, also four,
hanging limp from a swing with
noose around her neck.

A

-r0
1
a
e.

.1A

iv;

i
. it
111

4
Tropican
a, 3 1;:
THE FURNITURE AND
HOME FURNISHING STORE-110
4th of July Ave. & 'H" St.
TEL. 2-0725

1

SI
tc
ir
ir
ini
to(
im
eu
he
de
sa
wt
de
w(
hi
fu
si)
st,
ed
th

4
,
',.. :-..,:1,., -,-,,.' --:: -: .-:', .- :. :-.,-.' - .- ... '. ' -.- ' 1. I
z
.
.
TILE PANAMA APEERICAN AN INDYPENDEIlls DAILY PrEWSPAP'Ell PAGE 11111 - :
.
WYDNESDAY,-.IDNE 10, i9S1

WEDNES-DAY;-11:7NE i9511

,
.
i - ,..... .
'' : ,.--,, mo.----,,..- .. . ,
- Stat IY
........... .. ..... ... .. . ..... .. . ,.. ............,. .:, .. ...
To Refi
.
.
.
'........::'.4
-....,
. ''.1 :...:.:: WASHINGTIC
' :,,, s- ,:,5;':::i
...-'''. Court of Appe
' .( 3.,::: -...1
1..7.-' ,,C.,:. t, the State Del
;,:'.f. '''f, t
..., Ix,. .. i .. ......,4.!...4. f 4,:',,:l.::',. deny a pass
4v-44.... :.,,. -k..:,.::.z.;,,
14k14,
e'..) .,,,,,..,. newsman Wi.
.,. who defied th
. ?..'
,,,:;.,,..:.,.. .."& '''......:7.......1. ,,..... ''.; ::?7,'''.;:i1.:,:i .-f,. ''::;.: on Ravel to
,...:.-:.... ,..:.,:..................::,:;... if : .:i::...,,... ..... ,.. ... .: and some ot
,i,.,:.i:::;:-:::,... .......:::,,,,..:.-,,,.,. .,,.,. 0 ,. ; .... The court, a
(II . ............... .... b the Fede
:1?::::4.;W: :4 ,4' At,': -?? ,' : '' '''''''::; Yled that
. tal""1.t... ,..... .;i.''0:t.-.:.....:. ::A ' . '':'':::;.
--:,,:, ,546,,x,:,,,.:, -4.:-.::: .,. ., ,::-,:',..:5.:. newsman has
,. '.:.''' ''''.,',..;-:.;.:V..::Z:,:; ls: '..'...-..::.........i'..,:;:..:..,:l :,;. 4 does not mei
''.. :7.?..i.',:g4:::".::::',.:. : .;.......:11: where he wisi
' :"-i.;:':,-.ii:,:::::: :: ,'',41: :;, ,,. : Worthy wa
:
:. .....::-..4....
;:. :-.::.::;.::::;,.:.:i;i0.-::-.:;-, :'-; ,'::-.::.;., Afro Americ
i '''....:.;..::":.:.::4,:...X.. .,'....'" '''....,:::::.:.;':--t'':
'':..x:i New York Po
;:...,;A:4:.4..". ::.......,..4
;'-.':::1';:...:',';.:.....:. s..".'-' ... -kc Bloadcasting
.;',.,.. .,. .:..,14:";.-A44..
.,...
,0,.:-:::!Izt4:. ::::,3 plied in 1957
. .....
Ac
p::ki,.:...:..... .lc.:.'..,,,.: :,01.;:.,ii;ANi ... :...:.,:-.-.:: passpott origi
P''';::,.::,.::,::,:.!.4.,,.. ..., ..:.,...,...:, ''''.4.:W,.' -:.:..- His. 1955.
,
X.-;::.4:-:i.,:.....................-...:....,. '1 .',X, ,:: restriction ag
0''.:.::',?.-'.-:.:M::i.-:.:-.,:.:...,::'':.:.:-. 1.!.......'::.'e::...3 ( v. ..x
:1':;:l.:.:0:::A...;......:.....:....,'.....,...' .:'.X,:.:: .: 4,:.:,,.........0. .....:;:::;...;... glory and to
,:;..&.,::,-,.........::.....,...,:i...0: -....--, k:,..;,,,,. ':.:. nist-controlled
A'n.i:.:.:::::N::,::::.M..e:' : ...::.:,.:.
,,:.M.:',i;:...:.5:ii..::.,.:.::.:.....,...i.:...A,4 .,.....,.. 1::. ...... ': ....'....1. dthipeloUmnaittieed rSet
ip,,i4;iNi,V;:,::.:y': "'.
..,A,::.;.:i,.::.1:4(::,..-4::.:.,:,::4.:... .....,
. :,,: Worthy travo
:(M.;::..,ViWi,,::A.,:r.m,,:. ...,:., .
',.',,, .;,,,.,.::,..:;::ii:),:i5.:?:;,:;f;,:;,,:.:,A,; i:, : :':". China and H
-..,,,g,,,x:-....:K;;:;,,iff...,:::,,,t.,;;;.:,p:::.;..:::x:; ,..
:.:4.0':.??;i:,':::;;i'ik5:-.:..0M:,4.,
,-., ...: ...,........',,.;....s;......4.. The negro
,N,V,..0.-a'A.?,',,,..---, .:,. ri;:::....-:.': '':::i that the right
-,,.-4,:,;,..:;:,:,..::::.,.:.:::;;;;;;;;:
"4'''''-iii,:.. : t ,..: ...... stitutional rig
...
':. 1. ::
....,
-kotomiitoomoommi diononsuress, '' , ,,,, ..... .. lostallmbes oh

,
,..
.
. . .
.
-,:iiii;iiiii:',:;:.: ,,,,;, Ifti, ,,,....
.:
..,:::,,:iti ..,-,,,..--: : .,.:...,.,..34..,,:,...:,:....:,.......,:,:..:.....9. . ,..,...,.:,,i..,:: .
::,:ilt:::, '':,,- ,- :AW,,'i:W., : ;---
',Not : ,,:,-,,,,:.: -...... .-.., ,-- ; ,,-..; ...
'ate ,--'' V,'.21101:14;i:: : -. ,.. :: 0,',,,,
'0,,;7g,,,
41:i .:-...::4 .. .i!..;:::iiiiiiil,.:.. -:
,7':t.',f,ts)
43i: '':',,.s.,:.:2.:.'.:0::,::fiiRti.VIV:' ...:
1::.,? Atii!,-::::...f. ',,,,..7.ifiii:;.:e0iiiiiipi,,. .'.' ',: .,,.... ,..,,
:f,,..:,5,....,,A. :A,,
':. ---41::4::',::'si i':,;:,,!::61::',..1').,s:-; .:, ,,,.i.,, :,.,,.4..,.,..
,::,,-:,:,,,',',:p?,,,,,,..
i : -,,-,sx-,q, .:.10,1,frow, ,-:
nv,:;::.:4,5-i-':,:,. ,,....
:., .1.- ,::,).3 ,:. ii.:0:--,-, -:
i'.'. '''. lif:,,Aii,',iii,,:,..:.,: i .i,,,,...:,. -:,: ,,:.,...--,
It 4,..,,,.,,,,,,,.,
. ,,,,isiv;:c .1R,40:?,,..,-....,-:.-,
-4,;t& ,-4, ,i,i,?,,,,
. ,:,,,:If.,...,,,:,,,,:,.:3,4,::,::..,.,-:
,..... ,..:1......,,,,?.s:.;.:Ang:i:,., ,,, .:
' iNi::::,:,:;,,, it.:..,:.,., .:.
;,' ,,7 -,::::::;:-?:-
: ... ..'&0' .::
' '...',k:,-, :....,.:..,,
;-,'.-- ''x': : .1.::..e......
....-1,,.,- II-. ;
,..f.',.:::-...., ::,::. .k.;:':
,t., ,-
..r.,,,,i .,
.
!' V:,1,-
,.
,
.3:.:.;,,- ;
:, ,..
,:',:L--. ,: ..,..:. K -':;:il.::.
. ..
:,...:.
i;.,;:,,,,i,,-,,.- :
?, :.
,'.'"'-.':::.i, ,;-- :':.:,.''ii-.ii::'
.e3'.',...,, .."-:-... ..-t0:-....'::,:''. .,..,::,gm. &,.', .,,,..,,..04.::!,
e,,, .2....,nr ..7,10:F4?......
.,..i.:i:, ;.,.',.,,...:,:.,:-. : ,:;.:::,..,:),.,;;40 iiiiiWW.dr:::,,,.,'''.0''''.
" ;::;::;',..,':?'''....A..4?;:gZ, .:',;.:,.., ''' ..:. irt00:': i..-.. ,,,..

r

it
ID 0 ; ,V,11
1
I t It.
fit
st 1
simon14,
vocl
MAKE
,
pAppy
y !1',
N, A.44
'OK I
- 411'
:foo

a fine
vith one
Ire of these
fts
;ADGETS
AN
NTERS
I-QUE
(-)1.JE
INS
AIL
RS & ESTEcTS.:, ,A
dtt

AILANI1L )IUt Al tNIIIUN (The Blonde Bombshell) 16GIL si
PRE-TEENS & TEENAGERS
The well known Star of Radio & Television USE YOUR CREDIT
...For tbete andil -411
Reristratiou for Ballroom Dance Classes will be held june
15th, Monday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Coco Solo hundreds of other "ft, aOls
Gym, next to the Breakers Club. gifts tool -..'t A :
Special 3 course lunches Monday thru 1!
"SPECIAL" 24-1 HOUR LESSONS MAO Friday $1 at
INCLUDING JAMBOREE PARTY
Come as you are...no formalities Tropicana )1,;4
CHILDREN AND TEENAGE SPECIALIST
t
HARNETT & DUNN Sunday morning Lottery get together music
from 11:30 to 1:00 p.m. THE FURNITURE AND
HOME FURNISHING STORE
4th of July Ave. & g H"
Safe parking block from Zone TEL. 2-0725
Delicious food and the finest wines and liquors
Ask how to
Satisfaction Guaranteed
DOIIBLE
rgriSNISI are GFReANKI MmcGAHH'EY YOUR MONEY
FREE

N.a.- HOG-01830 Kcs.
"OMEGA" the watch tht
PHONE PANAMA 2-3066 SWISS JEWELRY, Mil
Rox 447 7
CASA FASTLICH, S.

-';''j 11!
. .-',-:t,.;
.., .
. i.
,
' ' -1'
- '. '.
.1k ':
, ,
iliEl
,i,.
;470:11:::'
,
. 1
,
C
.
..,

.
-:.
'''1111111141111pr
' Viiir '
,
,L4tr,,,it
. t
,i
.,
i
11
.., 0
' 1
. el
,
V ,'
. ;
i. ..I -. it i .
,
,Ro........... eft.--
- gi
gi gi ii

111

.
1
et p
AlMm011nilui
bi 4b $ ,
A
1,0144; ((t 4111ToolFg .1.1N
0 0 z, 0
) on OMEGA SearnaJter Calendar
,,,,,,,,,-
The handiest place for a calendar
i ," is obviously the dial of your watch,
i i ...11.11;111:::'
.'4041110111101 i
'''especially when the watch happens
it
I ego, be a fully automatic Omega. For
.4',t,:then you wear a high-precision
it of
(I
,
I -, -:----------- sa, timepiece that never needs winding,
't,r,-.0 rodid
at i '' 0' ',-,:1!-- -,..sa while every day at midnight share
' -,.--- ,.. -----,----- tots1P"---- silently and unerringly, the new date."
1 El G iv ,, ,-,,,,-,
,,,, slides into the calendar window.
, -- ---,...- .-- 00 The Omega Seamaster Calendar
, -------,------:---
'...3' ( t; 1 ------
----'1 '":-.,-.-.'..-.,... does all this and more,
- - - - c - '-''',.--'''-'-' --. . , . ,z
. --,..z,-,
,-,..,-- --:::::-s-T------------...----.-- ---: Its triple-sealed Seamaster case,
developed from the watches Omega
REQUESTS -,------ --,.."-----7 designed for Britain's RAF. defies
--' ------------ '-..-,-----z 1 .., Is
--------------.---- il, .. s ------ :I. - - ,....-,,. heat arid dust, shocks and magnetism,
,..........,r..77.i....,i,vTs ..,,----....N is proof against water and condensa condensa,
, condensa, --,,, .mt.-----V. -.1 ''',"-. ------.. tion to a depth of 200 feet.
PROGRAMS I ,,.,::..---,-,::.,-,,.::i, ,-....:,,,,, , ya ht.() sae: lacterraccy.tehnadtarretnt st, roond utche:
, unique series of precision victories
( 3 1, --,-----'-', -,--
---k- ' won by Omega at the Geneva and
,
1 It iii'"-
, '----,,::-:: ....,
1- ...... .:.24, ---: 'ti Neuchatel observatories. Here, pitted
against the astronomical clock, I n
- ., .-. --- : - - . 4 .....- t ....-- - - , . ', - -
- keen competition with Switzerland's
- ,t ------;--
, 0 Most highlv prized wrist watches,
4 '' II
1 11 :00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Omega has time and again asserted
1 ''' ,
4,,
k Its precision leadership.
I V ansdt :
,
...., erPCr
tPol dr luxury: these make
you can now own.
ar ri ei sni ; na r' attrhefre atch
t hP el a sS ecaami e
DrOfTeSS
1 Vim 2r0 in StPn W
rtuhgegmedonsetsse, e w

t
MIMS.

1

PfP
.
1 '' rioltwedft.omitelflimitSVAitt,411m t4:;o4;;;.;;o::olt,.416;kffm.M.A.e4.a..I...W.00A4 4 .-"".4".''''.4'4"''.."4. '""

, J
,,,,,,, 0.446 604 4,6Awo0.1111,0"'

.
.44 A, do
,bkooko.toi.m. v,11, wAv,losa.
M.
Pk;vo44..do4.0,
44466 6644 4.444.44, 44.
1.4,0104011MAAAANIAAWAHLOMAAWAAA -4.44



, ,
. ,
-
,--,
t
, .1 w
PAGI

L
-
1 -- 11117e1,Milytn I wP 'a a 2i...h..

PAGE 11X

PIA

BARBECUE, BROIL WITHOUT
BENDING!
Rotis-O-Grill brings you amazing versa versatility
tility versatility with range-top convenience. Tem TemDoi
Doi TemDoi "burner with a brain" is now even
better, with Flame-Set control. For grand
new adventures in cooking, see this new
Roper gas range npwl
t

King Sits 20"
IAKE-MASTEll OMEN

)00 p Holm oco 0 al
216)
Mad& IroWitr
-A te-.11
ON AUTOMOBILE ROW
Now you can do all your Shopping
for the home in one conveniently
located Store

Watch for the opening date

RCEDEPET

"America's Finest GAS Appliances"

NEW VERSATILITY!

MATCHLESS
CONVENIENCE

BARBECUES BROILS GRILLS COVERS
Top-of-Ronge ROTIS-0-GRILL Cooking Center

COOKS AS FINE AS IT LOOKSI
Bri Mont new styling in the modem trend. Feature
after feature for carefree, better-than-ever cooking.
indudes Rotis-O-Grill, Tem-Trol, new Circle-Simmer
burners, king-size 20' oven, and much more. Ask for
convincing free demonstration. You'll be delightedl

TEM-TROI.
I ji AUTOMATIC
,- TOP
BURNER
Now with "Flomit-Sot"

Enjoy New Adventures In Cooki-g

Model 05909

BUY NOW!

Via Espaiia

Tel. 3-1650

THE PANAMA iMERICAN AN WDEPENDENT DAILY AITIVSPAPES

C c

fr,ac

Eetween 46th and 50th Streets

FLOWER SHOW A colorful event of the season was a flower s how held last week at the Balboa YMCA.
Mrs. James W. Coutts cut the ribbon to open the show, which was 'a graduation exhibit
by members of classes taught by Mrs. Pat Morgan. Shown from left are Vera Estenoz, first prize in the fruits and
vegetables class; Mrs. Morgan; Diana Bright, first prize, cut flowers; Mrs. Coutts; Violet Deakins, first prize; and
Muguerite Nooe, chairman of the refreshment committee and first prize winner for table centerpieces.

ENJOY Guests sample with approval an unusual Mint punch and delicate hors
ING THE REFRESHMENTS d'oeuvres at the qternoon party given by Mrs. R. A. Jones Jr. at
her Fort Kobbe residence. Pictured from left are Mrs. Richard' L. Murnighan, Mrs. Chester W. Van Orman, Mrs.
Edward Chasteney, Mrs. Marvin Foster and Mrs.. Ellis O. Crummit.

..

ATLANTIC SIDE GUESTS charming social event at Fort Kobbe was an .afternoon.party given by Mrs. R.
A. Jones Jr. at her home. Guests included wives of officers assigned to Compa Company
ny Company C, 20th Infantry, Fort Gulick, and the Jungle Warfare Training Center. Shown from left are Mrs. David Chung,
Mrs. William Dickson, Mrs. John Basye, Mrs. Paul Burgas, Mrs. ,A. Reid and Mrs. John Thomas.

af.1:777.777777:f.77""''441"4

,z WEDNESDAY) ZUNI 11:193

DESPEDIDA
Lt. Col. Jack E. Cmpton.
Mrs. Compton and their son.
Jackie, were guests of 'limier
at a farewell given by the
military personnel division,
Adjutant Generars Section,
Headquarters, U. S. Army
Caribbean. Col. Compton,
who served as division chief,
was peesented with. a certifi
cats of achievement by Col.
C. A. Beall Jr. adjutant
general, USARCARIB, during
the despedida. Col. Compton
has been assigned to the
Command and General Staff
College, Fort Leavenworth,
Kans. (Army Photo)

.mogsw
liwigeolne

a

111

'1 ,, ,. .. a'.
. ',: :
.
0
0
.
.
J1. 0 :11'
I-410.1 ...... 1.
.
'.......12
,,, :
ba...nalounommenT I
.4' ..' '''''i',.,!.
.,:.,.:: i
ow
s,..
,,,:
'1'..'., ,,i),i?..., : I
:::,,,:',:::, 4, ''.i.'0',
. ..
...... ......... . .....
). .. ... ,,,, ,.
. ..
.,.ii.',':441.':':-',..:It14'''::'
i':4'''''''.:ik'..iii...Mii:.;.:.i:'i':',.::.iiii.,-.
:iiiiiiii':;Ji;'::iiiii;iiiiii,Ki':',:i':ii:.ii:'.':--
:;i5.,i::::'..:.''i':::i'E"'i:is:'Pe' -'-
',':::,!,?!',71.,:i:::;:f::!,:iN,:. 4::.,,,,,
!''-in .':.ii.41.':ti-A:!..'
I
kir.:':::.;.';',:',... '.:';', ,....
. .,.x.:::. 4:::.:i,::,...:::,::::i.
.... .....,. ....,........,....- i
).... .., ,,
i
1....:..1.....:'.:1:.:1::1.:''..C.:'11:1',.1.:....:i:'.?1:''......1:.:,ri:,:::.::1:::i:i.....1..:...;iii:!.i.:.....1.:'.1...,....ir;:i::.'...1.:1::11.i.....:.'1: '.1.:::.i.!'.1::::::.'.,:":.::::; i.::: ':.;tP'','...:...;.: .:'.1.''.:..: .'..:':.,,':::':.4.''.:.'...'.:, 'I.': .:.1...''.:' ..' I' 1:
,,.:',.::,.,.:,.i,..,.:.4"..:iif:,iiiiiiiiii: :
;;;!.:;;;.............",......:-....:.....:....., .......
."....$i.:';f:ri';':$i,::.,:.....? )
. ,,,,,:$.?:M.,i',; ii:1: i
IlilaggitisatA
i.:::ig.''..i.i:A:.'iii.,:.::Afi::',..-i..1 1,
';'ii'.i'iiinii',iin2:k.i.:.:P.,.,,ii:.?,..: A
f'J.:,1';:lt.ag::kkg,'VE 4
::,,.::;:,,:;':: ,::ii$:::,..::4::;?.:',
ii';',.:!iiiiiii'.::?. OIX,::::::::::.::.:4
'',.',:,':;',.iiiii..Ct: ii.isi::4".,i'Qi:::;-",i: 1
I
it, eV; :':Q6',..::,:. I
i;.iiiiNi ''fs'';?':-. ,':'Ai:.':iiii:' i
'!i'i:;:.i',i:;$,':ii':.' V,:i: :::4,:s s ':
,,,:,.M.:::::'' '..:4. :':-':;::.:.':.::4;1'- .,'-'
q ''.4:: ,.:.'0'.,!....)::::.
.4iiiii:;,i, '''''''''s;!'....:,:':.
I.
,
,
delicate hors
t
Jones Jr. at
Orman, Mrs.
li
$ 1

... i
.. ..
... ..... ...... ....
...
t
GRILLS COVERS Mi ie it .0) r
ENJOYING THE REFRESHMENTS d'oeuvres at the fternoon party, given,. by Mrs. R. A. Jones Jr. at :
BARBECUES. RongleROILS
ROTIS-0-GRILL Cooking Center
' Murnighan Mrs 'Chester W. Van Orman, Mrs. ..
ard L.
Guests sample with approval an unusual Mint punch and delicate hors
0 Crummit.
,
..ip ....
. ,,.
'
MATCHLESS
1 IZImollinuomm..43
Pictured frorri left are Mrs. Rich
.
t 1
',. s,. tsm-TROL
:,,.... '!.44
'
vie I
...ettrwwWtetetfee: t hEedrwFaOrdrt cKhOabsbteenreeyBpidmellrCse:
4
:'
'-''''
''' CONVENIENCE
1 T4--)1 6, AUTOMATIC
..,....::,:z,......:4..::.,....:.::.,,.,.:4:.,......,,,,,,,,:f.ii,,k4mi,.....:::::.....:,::;.:::::::::,,,,,,,r,....
.
i Marvin Foster and Mrs..
-----,,,,,:::,...A....,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.:.:;,,,,,:.:.:.,,..., 1,,,,-
r
,
' 'X''''',',9,
i
:: TOP
,
:, :
, ,..,::.., ., : ::.,....,,,,;:....;,.:'''':'..'!:'.'::,''''... : ,::...:;:i;:X;i:i:irl;:,.::.isii..i;i; : ... ,.,...4 :.;.... .:::;...;.'.:;.::::ffi,
.
lt ;
." ';' BURNER
11.7,'..i.,,,;,:,.,,,,ii:;;.:.k...,:,; :,,;;.:;;'.:.,telltk,.:.,-l10"tt....:,..gi'Mnagi?4,:IN' ..,..:;.....,,...:,,..,,,..:: .., It ........, .,......, .. i '''iAi'' ; i'''
:?..?,?::. 1
.,,,..'' '''''',,,,,,........ 4,:',..,;,..:i.,::,,'' ''';X:f...,:,,:,:,,$;;',.,,,,W,:.;,:,,,..:.::.,,,:,:,:,.,:,..:,,:if,:';',:,:..:',,f,:,:i:,,,, ..:::',..,:', .. :,'''''''',....,:,:.:,.;::;..X.,': .'. ..: .4; ,,...n,;.,,'W:',:.:'' 'Nil 'V'' .'
.,a,41,66,. I king Else 20"
tel'liP' --:::::'' ...f....,M,.: ''''''''''10:;.:...;:?10 ::!':,: ::::ii:.!:.AMaiiiiiaiiilgi:.;MR:ol,.::: ::.44il;-:.:igliiiiliit:A.Miff:.::: .;,:."41.:'.:;'.A.:Aii!!:::.:41:i.i':',::: ;::,,::.: ::,' '
xt 'AKE-MASTER OVEN
'''IP1 ''';.) '."t:'.''.:::'.4; ''t:'''''44.0ia ': : .ii.M:.:E.4RO'Rgiiiniq:.:igit. '''''::'-' ''.':.:.1.'::Mr:.E':'iii..:-.:,'.,'::"'"....::;:;.:'"::MinitNittni..; Iiii, :iiii...4
Now with "Fleme-Sol"
e;'!;674
-
...:1 .010.4i,:a;::: r ,,..i:' ,,,...e.,;, :,:.:' ,;':: ::... ,.:74::;: .Iiiii:Niqiii:li'.ii:l:.ii:i:Nii?,i'.:.. ;......' ;:''',:i,..,1';':',''' '' 'r ''. ' ' ' ..... : ... ';:..... , :', ''' '
1
''...........................................,4
:. ttft ,,..4;.1, . 4..4 '',:MR , ,.:;;:,'.;.;.:., ',. .:,:,...: :';',, ,,,X,':'''':'..', .7 ',:f.:' ......"..';,iii:,:,:iW,K!..::.: tk.. '''...g '''''''''''' .' ?...;: :;!!!:r!....,!:.?n,.... ,,,..,.,,:,.. .:..S:i;;;.. '..1i ;
,t;:..... At..: .';',:.....:.;.,::;,. ., ., .:..i:fki::ii'.:: ,'::. :'''''''',:;::;;';':: : ',i.., : .... i.,&'.'':..iii:.';,,:..ii''. TO ''
BARBECUE, BROIL WITHOUT
czte,,,ateatassawca
,:.:- ,:. 4,
,..,. :4 i:;w : : .... ..... ,. -le,, 1. .:,,
':. ''''',40;z! .,,,::,:,,,:.., ,...;:::,,,,,, ,. .,,- ,.. ,,, ,,,,
: .!,,;:,:,.,,,,,,,. hroosT,,,,: :AN ,- .., ftwt. ,..,..
.., ..
,,, $1:::iiii';:.YlaiStiOgill '4
BENDING!
,...:.,'? k41ftiiiiiiiiiii:;:,::,,, .:,
.. :.;:-...1,.4,....:;:.:::,".,,,-, .,,,,,.....A.,,,ii,;:i:: ,,i4 .,.. ,...... .... :
TA:.4 ,::,:,',:4',i5,11 'iso:i .:::ii;;;:ii,,;,:iiiii:iiii,l'..,...4,44 q
"" ,:.e.;,:::,"::,., .,.,,:',.,:.4,,,,,,,,:::,,,,,,
V ,,,, i::::i..:::.:.S.:i,i,. Sr
:;::0:: ,;,.: .1.:;'::141N.,:r st:s.4agi.:: ,:
Rotis-O-Grill brings you amazing versa versa..i)::.f,:::..:.
..i)::.f,:::..:. versa..i)::.f,:::..:. .....':..........-.,..,:.?..k......,.::,. .iliA,,........::. 3.....,,:...,:?:??,,,iii.:iiiii., '''.::-:::::::::ii.1:73'... '''''"I'''.";' ...:::IS.b.:( ...
... ........,..,..... ,....
" t- .:....f.:...,:...
rl..!. j.i'..... ,....:.....:.. ...,.:. ... ,..4...:.-...,.3,,.3...3,333. .3.,,,.3..,-1,,,z..,.......
.... r .. . ...
. .. . ,' .. ,
.... .. .... .,, ..r.... '',....1:',W.;.:',1:",,,
-kk,,E,,, ,s, ... '$.
Model 059D9
, ::-:- ,.,:,::..,,,:::::. ,..:il,;i,!..,,,:Xiiii-::.,.t:!,..' '",,:,;,.':i:,:::k.:.r:' .., ..: ............ .. ,,
......:
tility with range-top convenience. Tem......E:..-s..;..;..)::.,..!..:-;;:.
..-:;ffl.:M:40...;.;:.,,....-,.,41144.1.3t...V:.C.:.... 3 ...,'.......;.31.ttr.,...:,,302r4.474..,...:::.i.,.. .,:kt..'
.....3,-..,...- .. .... ..,,..7 .::,...!,.:,,..k. ,,,...... .........
,
Troi "burner with a brain" is now even
. 3.., .":::..:-...,Q..i.,,...t...-.....:,,P.4.., A...,,..........41',...0.0.1.:Agms,..',..-.4:,:.:,....,.3,:,.0,4.,,, ...-.:.........2......,,,;,.....,..,25,,,:,,,:14t34.3...tr7- 4.,.v.,.......(..4 -,. ,.... ... .... ...... ........ ...
,,,,,'''''' ., h 14.. t43
4- 4-.1.. '''',:-- ::t
- I
better, with Flame-Set control. For grand
BUYNOW! -1 ...7,,, -:,,;.,.,,,iikig4.,,ft:,":...::.ioAr' ..,.::iit.,.t.i.;.rif:"...E:i,,,i.v.!,t,:.mA.:;;;...,,....(:.A..:;E':'...- ,Iy.
,,i.,.,:,,,,,,t,,,,,,.,;,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,F.,.,:,:. ,:.:,. ,,,. ,., ...,..
.........,:,.,,,.,,.;,,,.,,,,,,,$.,,,4,,,:........ ....,..... y.. i-:..,Itvw.......,...:,... :, ',..., .. ,. i
Il.: )...,.......ik
ifki:,.-:tinii'ailOi.;',2".::.'-,..........,,i':;:,,;241411:4i..:: :::,.....oz:: ii :.,3
W.I.'. : .:-,
i
':'.t
...,,,:i:i:i!ii4tiMii:,.:::!:.i':1::'iE',..,',.;;;.:-!, ',',- 'Ve.:Aigie,-.;ti:.:,4::-;: :' -,' ''
new adventures in cooking, see this new
Iii.'';',..ii.::':',M?:,44:..):: ,.,.;,,, ....,... 4. ...
,,,
Ropeir gas range now!
1..1
1
t t

, ,:nr-mazowti. 4110 120 I
15
art"' tr
'33.! ,
0 Re
, r 0 ,
0 p c1:1 cl (0,:o 0 0 cl
-
r
di
110
,
fl
r
ter
.
- 9
- .,t y
714:agape; liadols. Awe
"" 4 0
t
,
3
-34
air iso.wadmmp. I
um" 1:4149":1.
,
, ?Ni
ON AUTOMOBILE ROW : N.st
i
r. k ss!, 40 -gesso. ss. rg

.e.,.. ,...,,,,,4; .. ..,,,,,,,,, ...... . ...... ............,.. it .....r.:01.!!.::;,169::.......:.::4:1....,...: ,. I .:..::....: ..,,,..:.. t ,,,.. ,,,,,, ,. ..,.. ,,. ...,....:..7...,,,.,....,..,........H..:....:::.:.I.,:: ,.::..,....7.:1,:,if::::... i
:1:H ;.:::::..,:-:11,4-ig:N.- :..!':.-.:.....
T .:No.:0,i,,.7. 7 ;7:: ,,,:---"'"'"'".,..:5.:!:.;. ,00,-.7:47;".:"7,-; .. '.:::.::::!'
- ':17..!.,:',,,,''k';;?: .:.: :.::. :k4 ''''' (.1.:;:i!".....:. -.7. r7: ''' : '' "::.::. -r- 211, r------ -,....:,;-. ,..,.,--,..,:,7.,,,:, ...0,..,....:.:.,.
,.....,,,,,
.,.,,
: L,-4w;:i'irti,'' -:,;H,::-,i ,...:, ;;., ,,,7,:,:,.,.,i -,,:,.:,:::-:,.,,. ,i
,.:Q.,:.: : 0 ill,;;,.......1f, : . 1 .. ;...,,....... A., t ..'?,,::,,!:.,,,,.1.,.,.,,...
1 r,.4 ..,,,,-,iii,:,.:,.',
-,!,-.:,,g,:;,.,:,.., 4. ,:,::::,.1:::,,,
i-,,,..,..1,1,:i..tir. ,A,:o.i,,,,:, .. (.;:11- .N:,,t4.,::It, : ts:, k ,:..,:..,,",;. ........ ...,
0, r ,6;,...!:.,..i...,,,,,,,., .::,:::,,,!ik:,;:::,..... :t-;R:i.:.
.,:.:
, ....:::A:,:;:",,,:::: -----
.,...e , ,,,
::0,-, :,:!:,:-.Tir
4i:.i.,,:,.---..,,i.,,:.
,
-.7.-:,.,J,,:,:::: 4:,....::.,:,:;.;ii:,:,s..,"
...
44:7.e.,,: ,,-4.-k .:::!1:,ii.ko:-:'" 4:,.;:;e:74,. '.;::::,. ,:i;. ,iidNi'tiliallitiog,:
.
NOW y011 can do all your Sho
pping ,-,-,,...,.;,1.:.4....,,,,, .. 400,4,-1,,,:
,,,,,,: ..
li:,. --- ::::::--,:1,,,';;,:ATE,4t.. i.,. .,-,,:.,,::i:,k40,, ,:.,,,,r 10,,i ,:,
,,,. :,.:,,.,...,..., .,...... s, $,,:::,,,,,:.,,,,,.:.:. ..,, ':::,,,,'..i:4, .:::-":;.::':'::: ..,s' 11 r I, 1,::::,-:,:::,: :,,:,.,?.:iiiiiii!;1:..tmiim;:f.:::0;:n..,
. ..... .. .. .. ,..
t
.:
.
.
one
" ...,:,:.,,,,,,:,,,,.,
b, A, ...,,:. .. .. t...... . ,. .............k. .. .. 4 A z.',.0 ,02, ...,..'::,:K::::: ''''..::,::.::.::.,:.::::CA.,'iiiiiMAdineb::::?,
1:411.;:::: ' i;,.'7,,,,,,, iti.:.:... ,.4...:;:;.a.",,4'''''.:::1:' .:..i f ...::.f...1:;::::...:.:.11....i:....'..!::::..:. :::::::..d..111:. .'":::1 ,,;:i.::...i.O.::;:.t..:?..... 1.....,11:..(,;-1 40' 'Ns.ilia;::,;. ifig:giai'asmi:-:wgigo:.!
,-.41i.a
,:',,,,,,,, ., i ,:1,,,,,,:,,,.. ,, ,,: : c:::,:41.,,, 1 i ,,-.-.7.:,,,,,,, ,:t.m.:::,:r:ii,i4,:.,1,,,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,x,
f or the home m. conveniently
,...
::,:,
:.:,.,,,,:, .,, --...,,,,...,,,
'1 ,.:::, ,,::::,!:::;,:. ,,,,.:,,,,,t:;:,2;,.:,.:::,;,.,,,,,.:-;:,,.:,,,..;t,,i..:.,:,,,,,.,,k-,-,,,:,::,, :",,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,N,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
:..: ..,:,,),,:...:.,. ..,,..,.,,,,:,,,::,.::.,,,,,...,.,:.: .....,....,:,,:,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,...,:,.,,,,,,,,,44,,,:044gapia4t,
located :.
:, ..
...
, .. .,
.,,,.
Ili, ,.,,- ;..,....,,,:,, :.,-..,.,..:, .-,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,i,:,,,,,,,,,.,,k,,.,
-- -- k,,,,,, ,...::,... ,,,,.:::::,,,:t.,..,
-- 1;!, 5. ::: ,,: :,,,,:..... :,,,...,....,:.,:,.;,.,
,,r :,,::: ,,,....:,::,.....:. ...,,,,,. 7','::,: .0,...1,7p ......,,,,,,,,,,::..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,m
. S'tore
3-,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,::::,.,:,::,;;:ii:,;:.4,:.,.:.,:,,;::-, :;,...;, ,,,,:::;:.:,4-.;:,.;,::.,, ,.:,..... ,,: ..,,,,:,,,,,,,:,,,,,iii,o,,,,.,:,,,,:,,,i.,,,,,,,,,,,,R,,,,
t?"1,1!t:-A":;f:J'":&,:::,?:,-P'-::,::: .. :::::: ,.:-:, ;i0:: ,;,"0;-;;::;::: ,,,,.. ,..;p:::,:,, :4,ii,mig.,:miik::Aiiiiti;-:,,-latf4i,--,
,
, ,, : :,,,,-,,...:,,,,,:.,-;,;,,,,,: ::::,: ,:, :,-,'''",:ft ...:;,-,;'..... ''. :,:if;,.:;:::!:iii:',.,,ikiiii:i.:iii:::::.:',iv;iiiiiiiii,,,.. '''',:,:.?..,
,
,
0
;AN,Z,"".
....W ;..::.4:i.' : lwli ...i....' V '....
. : ..... Il.--..ii ,,c,..;.-, 41,',:.:::;' .? ,: ... .: .. .. :. -. : :;1',:::.. ...'' : .,;:-..:. )c A.:'...iA.':',H,;:.:!:.. .::.:.?..;;M.:.::Zi.iii::.ii::iiii1;i.iii:.iiMMiii, .
,
t:',,,5,,
t4:":' .......:!'il:.: '.: ''.....: :'::' .;::':,;:.!::: ."...:.' ::',:. :. ... .1:::.;:;:$11.:::. .: 1 It:;;JtV:N-:".TaiaTitg.N.:!i';igaitiM41
':.1
", .::::,.: ..-!.. .1!:,,.1: 4::4':: ;:,-,.,.:-,: .:. i : !::.4, r' ,.,..:,,.;.,,.,,:4:.:, ' L',-:-M:i:!:i.u.Tii.itffi;V:04:1-i, 4
.,
vv'atch for the opening da e .:,,
,.,....., ................:.:,,,,,.........,: ki::ii wkw.::--,',',4 T:m1:.m,:nm::,:;:v.,:a:1-iia::ilNiiv:!:.;xii:m.i.ta
1.:...:, .,,r11,:.,:!::0,:;,:,,:,,::4;i:::::::!.....:... .,;,g,.:,::.:,4,:.!,:,", ,:-. ti....,,::1,0:,..ft.:,:::!:tmitio,i,...;,,,,,,,,,mmililmiilii,,,t
,.1. ,. .:..:.:., . ,.. ,,..,.,........:.:;,.. ......:.,.,.?,.:.:,:,,,,:,:::K.,:,,,,,:..,.....,:.:iiii,,:,iiiiaiiiiiiiiieraa44
:,:,,4xoximoi : - :4.4.,.... -..:- :,...:::,:,,..:,:detiiI,..i,imisigii:mem,,,-:,
.:,J.... ,-,to. :,:.1....-:-.:t:-....:;.-:.:,::::.:1,:.:. 1,... i...,::::,:- 1: -7,-:.4",:::,.040:31111IIstor,
:, ..: i -i:-':;.:. .. :,..,' :. ..,;".. : .. .,.,: 0.:,,',,,,,;::::,':,;:,:'.,,,..',:i.':,;:::,:',:',:',',..'::,,:'!;:,;;;:::::;;;;,''::::::;;;;:::::::,,!,,',,7;,7t:!,.;:';!:,;!:::::,:,'1',:.
.,....
' -. ....v..-- ''';: f--' ; "-:!: IRT.,,:y:lialgoilivitilsit
,
313 El. ,. j: :,1.,,,; : .. ". ,,, :1: 0
..... .,.
, ...
.. ..
: ,i, .::,:,:.:,::0:.::::::
1 ,::,,: 1-:... ,...::.::,:... ...... ,,......,
g::,, i:, :...i,:,:,...:1.,:: v..,....,,. ,...:. ,,.....:,:, i:.,:m,i,..::::,0e..:,,:mi,:sio:,t,icmiii...
,:,, -,02.0m1..:.-:,.:,,,i!,..im,.:,:m;:.:::::.,,,4,..i,.
4.....,,;m,:..,,.,:::.:.4.444,4v.go.,m:
- r,..i.,,,4,141.,i,,:.i,r,iii..i..,..,!..i.,:.::..i,,:i.;,:.,0:....m:::..
;,:.;.::; ,,:4 ; .1.:,,,:.,..v.,,,,:;:: ,:,,4,:. ,,,,.....,,.....:::::,.,,: : 0 0.,?!,!,..,:,,,,-imi:,.,,m,a,::.::.:,,,.:,..:iiimi.,i.,iimiii:, ,i.iio.:2:,:-i,:
........,,,:......,... .,a,.:,.:,,:.!,.:.t..:.:! :::,;.;,,,..7,,....i.::.:. ,:,..:,!iiv...A,:.00,:110,,m,,.....,,,,,..animi,im.,,A:-.0:mi....:.,
,:t,.. ... ,........
,,? p.,t,:., ti ,,,. ft .: :. ,.. .,.:..,.:.:,,,::.,:...,::..,;:,::,...,i,,i, i,,,:,.:,:,:i
::::..if,:i,:-:, ,::::,:', :,::,::,,,,,,,,,:,:::::.:.2,,:,:fos.::,,,s
''''''''''..:::',''.:;:::::'''.':::::::::.::::b:'i.:::::::::...T;i: .,:,:,.5:!,,,,:;,.:::
,
., ......
-.iiN ::::::iiiii::::ii., 't::::,.4.2,:::,.:::,,,:,,M. ',4:.,:!:-:.::,:, .,
f: .::::, ..-.:' ::::;'?:.,,:.:.:W.,...:,:i:L...,::,,,,:,::',..v....,: f::.....,,: .,.2:::.::::::....:;,.,,,
,::;::::,. -:':,:i'.,,::.:: :i.':...W:ii.:4::ViiM:iN,I:t:: :iiiti, ,,::::1:iiis :.
"America's Finest GAS Appliances"
---L
.
;
.
...,,
:,
,,'
f '''.11!").att----''''''',''.:A :-..
:,',i',ivsNt:,,iloiii4: ''';:,:is:':?.T..:::i,,
.......... ,,.... .ii EzD
1
.,,,
.
,.,..., ,.
.,,,t ,..,. --,
.,,..:,:.,,,,:,,., ,;..........
,
..,.,
..............
.....
,t) 1.,,
P1111' T Y I I Irktlf2
, , ,, 0
' ,,,,,$,
. ,
3 :;!:',::,CZ' (71: ": :. . ,..,to ,,
,:, ''''''N' .41I0....,,,,,,,41.ft4:t
.,
'--";
-
NEW VERSATILI
0.--2,,r--,..0 --0.- '''
,i:.
i -k.:.,..; ,, ',.,,,:,,,,4..., ;',:,::,':::. :,..,?:::,,,,,::'.:'' ., ov. ., ,,,
k:iiii::,!,
,..: :,.-4 ,
,.A.,, ..1,--7,,,--.4. 4rh- 0 4, Co ,...d. dril:fmrt.
'
:'....:iti:,:., , '' .. ...
t
14;?it'
)I1' ..............., .;m1L-,,,',).' A,' ,-.1.4'"--;7"--11'
.";:.. ..... .. .......,
Guests sample with appro
hti afternann
nn riqt nr,u a. n k., RA rds D A I ..
.7:.11r5.':!:0N::
t
' Ai Ak: !IP '.
us! fnint punch and delicate hors
( '''qlIfti..',,',.,. '''''''
val an unus
, 41"
,) 0) ---;--------------------.'
,,- C 4) y,-.,
d oeuvres et t
COVERS .. i,',"-,1,-,
BARBECUES
BROILS
Top-of-Ronge R GRILLS.
OTIS-0-GRILL Cooking Center
L Chillamousemn.-- 1 ENJOYING THE REFRESHMENTS

:i.....,,,i:::.:::.,,,tifsk. ....:,....,...;,....,;86.. .:..: ,...:.:.i.,....:,...;.......:.:.,..:,:.....,.::.:...,..,......,::....:,.:,.::..,...::::....::............:.::...:::::...,.::::......:,... ::-,::.,,,..::':,:.:'.4...:41...'''',...-:-. ::: :'.:''''';'.: .. '''''''':::.)..
- '''''' ''''INV3M''7.1:''4.W.:.'.?lk" 77',... .............!.,........: ..::'........:...:,.........i...........:::....;:::,.................:...:.:,:..2'....,.,:...:.......,...,:.; ,.. ,.,;, 1.:I..i.'',.:.:'. ,,..3;.,1,,,',.,,::;',1'',:;4'''''''...4.:;:,:'':.;:'.e.:;;,.it,H;'7,':i'''!''.14.117':' ''' 1 i.
4.,K7,mr4,,,,, :i,':!:.,:,!,,..,..,....,,,:.:.4,...::,'..,.::...). ::''!3,......, .1,144.;',' YrIt i.,
,:,-,:sig.,1--zaitg,',;,,I,n,",ii,:::,'-',,,,,.,,40.:,,cp;e::::-:,:,.. '.' ?';ii. VA);'),6
:A......:r:zV: :::.:, .,:-:'.-; :,i-:::,.... ..4,: ':,,:.:: ". :-80 s::,,,,,f.....
t
..fiii'rr':::....;':::iii!7.'..:: :.-,i'igi',::,-...,.!:.:.:,,,?...,,i.:.''..'::'''::i.4 ". '''',:k,.....:....,2,- ...'....'4,:.e'...'L:''.:...i: 64,$.. ''' 7: ..:. '''' ," T. :'.'... ,;:?,ni',...t''',ii:.....::,...:',7:11,,Y :;',...i:::',:.',-::.X::::.,,,,,:-;:',.,:',,:':,:.,,,,,...
:--. ..'''''. '47:;;').'............'..i:it.:''''''...,!....,:::::11. :::';';'-'::::-4;.7::-,51..fg:r.,,,,..-Ii.:;,iii..., ..,, 'tt";:,:. ...,:,,,::4:;:,,..77..,.. ,..',,...;:..,0,.:, ,,';:a:;',:,',J.;;i::;,pri,.,.1:::;,:,:i:;,:,..,,,,::::::ii&:::,,!:!.to,.
',:::: ::',',- -':',:::.:,:,,::,:iii:5,,::,,,, ,,,,,,.im,,::,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,-
, ,....,
..:..A. ,---::,-..-?.,!20.,:.:17:7774:,:f?,::.!,:,::::,::i.:,,,,.1:.::::,xvii::.,:,,,, 7.
" .. .,...,........ ,...,..
- -- :,',,:,,,,,:i0::.
.-- - -- -.4 -,-,:::::,.., .., 1.n.:agii, g..,...;..irt,..e...,-
,
t.'..:::,....7.,,:,,,,..:4177,7-,:;,..,:.:.....:........:.:....4.:,;.;,;.o.f.,ijgliiii'014;:.4 : :. i,:,..:..,,,i,,:,,;,,,.. ,,,:;. ,,....... ,... :-,:ii,:,,i:::,:,i:, ,,,,,,,.;,,,,,,,,:::
..1111111
it.::::.4:.;,....... ,:,!::::'::::.f.1.:::::,::.f,,:..:::.,..-:,-,::.:: ::.':-.:H:.::::'.:.:-.:,P,.:::;;;:',':!:;':':'!.':':'''.::,..!....::'''':.'e..'::,:,,,',':''.;:,,,,,':',..,1,:: ,' ''''',.1.::::,.'" ,':';':' -::::.-.. :::,:...;;,;:i' : -:::!-:,, -':::::::
, EIW
w' ... -E11.1.1...........
k
1 7 IPA Iliill --ii el, --:-....i 4,:.:..:4,
.:.; :...,. : :;..,. .2:..::,-;.........:...... :.,..... i-,.: ..i:,,,,....i....-:,::-.::!:::,:.:::::li ...-:'-'......:'..;:..,.....-.''"0,-..iii,-.:''':'1:-.iii;:i:-:-,i.:.:::.),' -:-- .: It ',,I!'w:,:: ..,,,,....,.
.r..:. :,., ,,,..,,,..::,.,,:......: ....:.... ..::.: ....:.:.:.:..:. .....,.....,.................,,...:,:,:., ..,...:.,,: :
:.......: ,... ...::;.,,,..:.,,,::,,.....::.: .:: ....::...4.,..,.., ....,,,,.. :,,,.:1,:,:...0, .:,:i::::...,,,.. :, ...::,:,: .4 ;,......:,,.:::.:.:::,,::. :Nit -,!:.,,,44,4,3i,;,.ii,ii
,
.
,
1."-11,,pit---7-7.7.71, ,.. 1 ,......
::::... .:.. .. ,: ,,y.:,, -,;;;,..i.i..:::::,. 4::,::::.i;... :,-::::i,. ot.t.,..t.. .,..,::::..::....;,.,..,,,,s,:..,.:::." ":,::.::1::,,,,,,::.:, . .....
.
,...1---- -- ..,,,-Eionota.
,
''''',- 111. T .4.1,,-2'4,';':1'10 ,1'..-- ..- ie.- .,--arz.er. ..i,.., : - ,--,
-,;,. :
, -111k
. ..,,::;:4 ..... :.- ...---....-'-'4f-.:.. .....:-..,:.:::.-.;:s.:'::,:,-'111;.:NN;...:i:. ,-.--- '''''..'
-16-1114101411- 0- ..----, -art.--...,11p,' --C4,... ..,,ot---- .--,,--.H: ,.. .. : -- -.... .'.:', ...:-.1.:..--.,,.,..K-.:.--.44';'. ,: -:,.:. -:- '''Si';'---,;,',- -:.:-;::-......;:i'li:.,:., -1.,.:,:,. ,-:..
,
- it-.7;17.1-:r. .. .iP ,-;.,.,-w?-.-,.:.....,--....- .. : -.::-::-.: ...,..,...- ...... .......40.---,...-:-;.:::,::.. ,--,
.
, Enjoy New Adventures In Cooki,--g ,----,
0..) ) 4). -,!;;Ii''''',.., .., ..,N..-:.:,':,......,.:.!;:"i:..:.,. .. ..,.,.:..,...,:.-.
.,,:,,.:':'''..':?,:.:-',.,.....;::''''''':!...:',.:.,..:::.,:. .5.3tA.41,..
......,. ,..
.
.
.?;:,.'',
,
':,.,,i,..., ,...:
,.
'
:: ..,,.:...:....., .-
.
,,.:.....,, a 06) 43 ., 0
:i :
I .:'-''' t :,
1
, , : d',,, : .,...'.. 4 7' 7 ;:lri e. 7' 9 -,.. .!7,. 4 0 r.A4 r. I r
'i: -.WA"' .ao;0...,,,,,,:;;;;4:4-40', ATLANTIC SIDE GUESTS
,A, charming social event at Fort Kobbe was an afternoon party given by -Mrs. R.
A. Jones Jr. at her home. Guests included wiyes of officers assigned to Compa Compa,,,,,,,,,,,e7,
,,,,,,,,,,,e7, Compa,,,,,,,,,,,e7, ..,., 4-,4,,,,,;.,
,
,,.
4,..4r,dow,,,,:ip, .-;,:.,p, ny C, 20th Infantry, Fort Gulick, and the Jungle Warfare Training Center. Shown from left are 'Mrs. David Chung,
, ., ................
COOKS AS FINE AS IT LOOKSI I;) ,: - ,, Mrs. William Dickson, Mrs. John Basye, Mrs. Paul Burgas, Mrs..,.A.,Reid and Mrs. John Thomas.
, ta
--- .... .....
,
BriMant new styling in the modem trend. Feature it 41
,!. ? ?t
'. '' - '' .1......,44v4i !,..,,?i
, 9.. ... ., Mao
. ... . ' '' .' ..'T.At45....ale.):::',':,'.:,:if'..::::.i:4
.
----4...m.m.
' ,.. :. :.,.1: i,. ... :. : .; : .: . : i i i 1 ',.; .',..:. .. :: :::. ::.. .. ': .: ''-
after feature for carefree, better-than-ever cooking.
!!.: ':i?:1;stk'''0!.,
Includes Rotis-O-Grill, Tem-Trol, new Circle-Simmer
;1:!:''':'; ,.... : .. :.. ,...-.. --.....;.:::::....... ;...::,..::!:::::':...... !i,a.:4..f.';'.it0. li
, e .1! -! ...
, -,
01., ;-,--.
burners, king-size 20' oven, and much more. Ask for -,!,i'!'r ,, ri.,.,
I
.:0!:...;'
"4;:.:
- - .
. ,,,
, .,
.-
,, ,, ........ ..
.. .
... : .... ... ...,.. , ,,,
.. ,, .
,
.
''''''''''' :711i;' ''''''. . ti: ::: ,..; A I
.111111114,....coof 1,
convincing free demonstration. You'll be delightedl
'''.ii::,..6'!,;,,,...::4.t '-!'o!-; :: -i4., ...!:- m,,:,, -..,
,
!, .!'..!:.;!:.:::...4::,.::!,.... ,, -,....!:s;:::' !!..i-.';',..,!Ac.e.. ........!!!!..!,,...,.. ..t.
.
!';'-'' -!!:',?:',!::' i;i74:iktifa. :,,,.;::.k !i-:!!!1!!!:,,,,,
,
Model U59D33X6C811111111:2 '' :':::.' .. :::.:::.''.:'',..,:::,:;;:.:,':.,,,:i.A...:1:::.,5..::.'::':, .':::;..:.,.......,:,::.
J5.,..fs.ii'::iii::::::,,,,, I ::.f. .:,:,:,.,:',U5:. n:,::.
...,,,,...2-::. ..-jaiNti:::...:;:P.I:i4.0 .....A.)y,OPtf,:s.',.A.,' '...:..
.:: ,r'.:,
, r
,
.,::. 0,:.- ', '.:?..::i.::i.:::; 1.:.:: ::.:::::',..:.::.....6 '',..::5,:::,:,,,,::,,ii:i:.::!gii?.:VIZZZ:MIlt:77,57:?:: :iiW.:gii'ai.,:Oin:6::, k'. ;A:04:.:1.
.
': ... ::.-::''''' ......'''''''':::::ii.:::::';'' '''....:.! P::7,:;:':.:i::::.;::::;r':'.::::!:::::::::..:.:.',:!i..:'. .:::,'::lat.i'M!:::.::::';''''''':;:;':'.K1::t;';:'::.,:': :.,.:.:::::::::,.;:i:ii:i;i:, ;::;::;;.:.....,,:.:.?..;.H.,:: ......0, .. ,.i.:
i .,
GO
' ' ". ''''' .' .." .... .. " ' " ...... ...' V.... . ... .'
ert ::.1... '1'4?:,:::iir . .:::::::.:;:::,'0'i)::;. "r. ....... ..... .. . ... . ...... . ''''' '' ' .. ''' "::;.:112.2 ..
1 .,: -:-
ki,....:;6....'.1tOtt '.4 '''': : : '''.... ..;',::.;:.-..,::"..1.,; ;;:..,
:, L : A
Via Espaiia ,..
,.,;, ,,, ,
,:.: ,..,,,,,,:1
.;,:.:,,,,,,:..
,
,..,..,,:., -,:
,,, ,44),1:,k,::,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,:,,,,,,,,
,-- ?:,,,,,,,, ,..,,,,,::-:,,,
..,:,,,,, .,, :::.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,c,
,....,,,,,,,:,,,, ,....,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
., .;..
, ...,.;,,,,,:,'....;,,,...:...:5:: .,,
,:,:::::,,,t,,,. ..,..0.,,v,, :,,,:,,,, ,.,,,.:::.A., ,:,,,m,,,-:::As,i,,:,
,,
, ,,
,':,,,,,::,,,.. ,:,,,,,,,.: -,. 5,:0, :
. i
Eetween 46th and 50th Streets
::':'-'""IO:iMPg:g .::::::::7:,7,17.:,:,.,'....::::iiii4gliii.1;iite
,
,, .,,
,i',.,...'',Aijii.'.,.:"IN.):Ki ''..,',.:.,",'...-,,,,,,,..i,:,,,,,, --.:3'4':..f, '':'1;'..';'.',ir4;',i ::''W:A.Ati.',;,,,,,.:,:...::::Mg4.000:ii4,,,iik,il
:.i, ti111111.111,I11.elt.":.-.1
..,,,,,,,t: ---,-,,,,- ---.,,;,,,,,...,7.,.. -..,-,:,,,,..,,,:-
.. ,......,,,,..,- -,-..4:-..... ,,,..:::..,;,?.;e0,,,?Aq......:-,:,..:..,:::;1 -4rft;','"'','''';,--$,,:-:,:Jg',ii,iiNisi',:.?;::;',.,'.:is.':i,.,'',,:ii'',,,',g,,',i.r,f,i':.i'ii:a
:,1,). Licri im Isi lag I ki: 1
',1.:,V,.,..:,.?:,::':, .:'''gi: :ii447iiiii.;i:i,.:;:;:::A ::,;:,5,-,; t?::.' 2:',:':',.;,;,?,;7,!;.:::::::::!:'...7'. :::P::::::::::.:;';',..,:;...':.:,:::;;:.::.'':.::,:',:,;:::$3,',:..:;;:r.;:.;
.,:, :,::!,,:.,::,;'.,':,.:,'";,,, :.9., :,::,:.;.;!:,;:.::::,:,,::.;..,,,,,,,::,9, ,,, :,::, ,:::,:,:,
''' .; .'.; 4
,:1,t, 9
; ,.- r Tel. 3-1650
,.,,::::.,,,..:,::,....:,,--- : ::-..,,..,,4,,,,:,,,,,,,,,::.: :,,:,,,,,: :;,!. :'..:".1;iI,,,,::g.,,..,.:,,,-'InegiFffirrootimao,i
.----). 7 .. .- 0
7,0,,,,,,,,,,,,,,::,,,,,,.: :,,,,,:.:0:::,:::,,..,:,. ,::,::.
. .,...,, ::,..,:,::,:. :,,,,,,,,,:: :,1 .,. :..:,:::
'e):, -4- .; 1. k.1io,.,.,-:',':;:::'.:.!. ":110.111kitietiliggttigi:RFO!;11
-
' Vi,:.:,,.,.;: ........,::.,:i.:,x.:ii.,,,,:,, ::,-..,, .....:;r,
.
'is, 4"4-1',..:':: :-: :-i:.'!4.'$.i.i.',:t'I.: i -.........................,,........,..........
.., ....
"
. : .:,..4.,,:,,,..,, t' ':i'',':.ifiti.: .::....!.:$:!'..MArlill's::1 .. ,.,' :',:.:';',,:,".:':...::'.::::.,...!::::...:'....:i$,!:..0:.mi'Jiim:agiiiiiigeg:41 DESP ED I DA
,
,-,...,, : : ,::,:,,:::,,,,,,,,,,.., .,,,. ::.,:...:,.,,::, ......... :,:,:.:...,,..,....,,,,4 : A.,
11,,, ,,, N., ...,,, .: ,,. : - .....4 -: 4,-,,:- :: ,: ::,,,,,,,,,,,,5040,4 -s ?:::::,,,,,....,:::,::,,:. :: ,:::,..,::,::::, :,,,,,, ,,:,....:..,:.:.:..;,:,,,:::..,:;.:: Y Lt Col Jack E. Ciimpton.
.. 1.....:; ::..., ..........:...,,,,,,?,,,,,,,,:,:,,,,,,i:,:,:-.:,,,:,,,:,,,,:,,,,,,:,,,,M
,,:,.. Ity ,..i. qi: : ' .''. c.....1 .'..,:,,,,,,44 :,...,... . . . . .. . . . : 7-.,.- ,,,,.' ,,,,. .... A '...,.,. :, '....., r I .....,:i..::;i::,,,..::'.i.... if .:,.'...,!,.;:...r....,:.:,:,91,:,-,: :...i:.:::.:.1.. ....:.,?.....;:::,-',.::.:-.:::::' ,-?.-:;-;:-.K. .. .. ::-: :-.-. : :. .,:- :::. :,,::::(,;:,:,::::-,;::::,:,-::--O.-,.,,.e.::-.,::,-:,-,::::-;::.,-,;,:.:of,
.- ''' ' V .,;.' :.:',..i..::::. '.. .:. .''...".. "..':' .. .... i. : .'..'-.':...:.;...?... :.. :' ... ... :: or;.,.- ..m, -.: : :ii.:;:.i.i':.:!!ji.'!--j!!,..
-
-!.. .. ,,lik,:.,
.::.... .,,,,....,:, ) : .:,:,,,:,,,, .,..,::,A:,,:,,,,..,,,,,,, ,,,,:-::,,,,,,,,:,,:,i.,,,.,.,,,:,,....p,,,,,,,,:,,.,77.7,
4,:,::,....,,itc .....:,,, :,:,;,:,,,,,,:::.::,:..,:,.... -, ., ,,:,,::i,,:.,!:::,::::, 1::,1,iiiwi;::!,:,;:),:,,,ii,:,;;,i,i,,..,i,i,3,:.,i,,i,,,,,?,,,,,,,,,:,::,,,, rVirs. Compton and their ,son.
. ..
. .,-...... "------
-
z- -,----- Jackie, were guests of honor
,,,,
.0k-.,:-.7:i,:;:.?:.,:;,:v:,,31,,i,.:',1,,?,3:,.:::,,io,::,.:!::ir,!,i?:,,,,,:,,:h
...::,. ,.. x .. .710.... ........::...,.....::.i........,,.....1::,:..,,,....: .,;;.........:r,.:......... ..,....:..::,...:...;,:.:.:.:.........::.....:. 400......i...:... -,,,,z1,-.... .: :: tt-:, '.. ..."..H, ., :;..I,:t., ..; ...,.:,...,..:. ,,,, ....,,.,...',.,,..46::..,,:.':.,,,,.',:i1:7:,:,,,..,.,,,..:,:,,:;:tirir,--,','''!,';'Hf.:':?:::::-.1:,00.11!..':::','::,!';',.i,:::1:4J:0: K. ':.::,'
. . '11', -s, ., : :::.: ro,:::ip.....:.,,,......,,,:.i.,,..-,...:.,,,..ty,.,,,,,,,,::,.i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,vr..clos,:.,
,e,,!:?t,!.:',,i,i0.:i,,4 : ...:,,:,;; :. :, ,,,,,,iii.sil,.,,,:oos,,;,:f.,,,,,,,,,:;,..:,,;:...,,:.:.:.,,,.3.,:,,
y. NNNtti, .. L .....,... .,..........;; ,ir::-;t:.'...i, :,;':',V.?!.:.:-:',... :.;:i.::,:,. ":: ,;'...... L::. 1::. ,..-... .:;,'0' ''' -, ::, .1.,,,...,.,....,74,',-4,,,,..,..........,, ,i .......,,,.5;,,,,,,,,,k:e.,,,,,... ,:.:::,,,.:,...:..0..;.,,,,4;f: .ii.....:41CA'.:::':41::..:M.4:;:i.4.:,;'$!:'..'''.;:,:iii.i.i''';.,:!,,.1i:i4$....', at a farewell given. by the
- ,,,,,i.iii,:,i,.',,;4ii,,:,?'iiiiiiii,-,ii,iioiii.,,:,iii::,?,,,
.... Opitlik.,.,......,,,:,,, .!,:i, ::,,...;.....it..,. ..ii....";...,L,... '.::'1ie;:'i,,.,,,.,.,,..,,,,,4,,A,,':,:,;,::4,'N,,,,,,:-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,o,Lis.4...... military personnel division,
,,,
:1,,....;,...... .....;..;,,-,,',. j ,' .; -,t1;44,....'.v-:.:.,:,..,. ill$01!:, .s!fiel.,;;-;!::....,,,...:,..,;,;:.,:,........:'ii;i: ",:,...., ::.:.:::'...-,.:: '. ': ,,,,,,,,..,,.,," ,, ,, i r5.-";,",,:1,pE,..;;I:!i'M,, :',1,:,:inli'iftl'G, ., D .1,, Adjutant General's Section,
I k!-s. ' -1,:l23::':. .;:::::1,' .:4;111''::8:0.' Z7:7:. .:.:'...'::::.:.:.... i -- -':-
1 ,:1,,,-,' .,:,::-Aikpiipii!iii:i1,:;-.:.Q:: .!:':1
4 ?,. 'g,;,,::,:::',40,:,:::!,:,::,4 Headquarters U S Army
,, aC ribbean. Col. Compton,
-'
t r !iigor''' ":;,P.4''.,:'..'1 !,. ?.,1:1'. . .. '.. . tf; :.,iiiii':igntibl
.::::. .,,,,,,,:,,,,,...,......,,:.:.,::.:,,:,..,,, ...?.,.,,:f.:i: ..: ..; .....,1 .:.,,?:g .'',,L.:4.,,,.;,,;.1:.,-';,,::,:,:,ii.:',,m,,,A.,,,,,i,i,,,,,.:
...:.,.,,,,,:,.,,,,I,,,m,,.$,,,,,:., ,:1i ...:::,:p,z,,..... :-.
.: -N, ,,,,,ro It1,,, 1::';'" l..i.!,;,..'';.::,!1,i.:.:!!il!!..!...:: ,.:.. :". :::...:':.:::: :...:'...!:::.i6...::...'.1':' :,D;;ir,..,'.i:,i:;:'!"'-;.':' :.'4' ''''''..;i'..'f..,''.tX41 .;:.;:.'....;;.:::.;:;,e,:;.iiiiiw.,,..:::.t.... :,:,. C, ,..e:r. ::. :., .,:.,:.:,,,::,,,,i:,:,,,.:',,?,z,,,,,,,,,,A,..,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..7
. -- .A,' .,,,,,, o. ..1.,,or, ....:,4,: ., '.',,,, - ..,
,II A. ., t ,....:.,,,,.,,,,,.:r:.,,:....,,...v.,.. ...,...:;;::::::..,,,,,- ,...!.:::' ::.: :'Zii:xiii,:...:i?,;,,if.,,r,::',.,,:'1,,,,z,,,i;ii.
.
. 1441;;;,,: 4 :':.1i'::Ir.''' .',Y .. ...:.14i.ii.::!.:ry4-4, ': ,;;1., :.,.. :,.,.,i,,:-,.:,..,.:::;-,..:,. ..:.,ii:::.i;.::!,..,:.. ,..:.,..:.:.. ..y.::. :::,...,,,,iiiiii:i....,:;:?::,,,,,k,i,i, ,T,,,,,....,..:.: , -- .....,?';!:,'"77)A,, ,, T.Tos, I
,,,?,,,,v:,.,.,,.,',,',. ,,,,,,,, i :; ..,:,:,,,,,,:;;,,,,,,,i,,,$?,,,o,,:,,,,,,,, ,,t,,,i',;,:: .,.. w o serve IS V g OM 0 I
. ''''' --'' .. "" h d di I I hi f
,,6 : ,-,,,,;,v,,,,,,,,,:.,,.,0.Aft:,,,,,,,,
ki, ',0: ',,,ifi,,,
''' ., ,,.... ,. 6,,.,i.,,,:,,,',,,,,,:,,,,,,,,, ,..,,,,:,-. s:,,,,,,,..k,:,:ii,,:n1,?..:iii-o.i,g,4.,,,,;!,, ,t1
,..,,,,,,,$,,,,,,,,,,,,:.,,:i,,,.,.,,:,:: ,,,,,,,.,,:,,,...,,,,,:: ,,,,,,,,,,,-;,,,:,,,,,,..,,,,n,;," s., ,.,,,4:t ..., fm:,...44,,,,,14;,,,,,i,...
: .....,,,:,,,,,:!,,q,,,i4.n.,,,ii,..,,,:,:,.1,0,mci,..,:iiiiiii, t...a. ...J.......a....A ...tat ... Alit
;,
:- ,:''': L.;.,'.,.'.:..;?:::,,,,::.:,:,.;:..:'..,'.:::.,:.: :: ...,:::',,. :.,:i.:,: ;::'.0.:,''''''''''''''..'''''''''''.:Z.Ait;iii;:,i40Kda' :.;;51.,sei.: : ,' ..";..'..'7,,,:,,;44,..,,,,11,,:',...,,.... t...., 8Z
''' ,:. :5......;ti:!.:4,;,.;:::,,;:::',,:4::',...iiit::,:$:::.iffti Iry cl 11 11C111.101.1 vv 'Ia. a cerT II lo
: -0.1 :-.0,- :.4i.O' y. . .
r14: ',t.:Z,..si,.4 .37,';,-:::..v..........,'s,,....,:,:11.. :it.......,
,....
, i.......-':::. ::".;:'::.::1'? 1;;t.bi0A.M,fgigili cats of achievement by Col.
s,...e,:, -,ti
t .;,-, .,,, 4, ;,,,i ...,...,,,....,,,. ,..., ,,,.
o'fi,',4;:,..),,,,:.:1.,,:i,:,1 54.Ii,,,,v
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,3
..
; ,f .':.:',;;.:':;-..0:;,, ,:if3i,';;,;4,(0.f:.-:.,iii
, ,Atj',.f.
''''''' '.,:.. ,: iti,q,::4iiii.4.... .'4. '''' ''..N..4.. .'"': : 3"",; .;:.:.:..:::0.ik'':,;.:a,:e.,,.,..',:. ...... I r 4':; '' l.:,::N..::.:1 AP;:0')TlfA ';.A,,,4;.:: ,,,.,-;.;,.,,...0.;;;::f, i ,'.1...,:,',...;';.::.,'.?,..,?,:tK:,.:...14';':,,':',iiii.,:?::,igi::,i'q,:.:i: C A Beall Jr.., 'adjutant
.".
,,?:. -,--,',..,
....4.- .4.,,i 0.p l'''',.'5','.:'5;',.,':'0,,..4':!.:.!.,',.iii::,.M:::,ra,?,,:',,.,f.,.LI! ,, ,,,,,,
1 ..
''' vt-4,,, ,., 8i,,,..;,: .:,i.;:k f ,.,.;4:,IK',Pig:4: ,,, ?..:,!. 4,-:,-i:,.,Ff-s',3:44:,4t. ,,P..:'..i':0,,,, .,',..',',...,1'.....-V., "f' ....:::.f..::,1y:
'''':::;.:..i. A.., 1,,t;4,, ',.:::::!:.:,.:N,:ii..,,,...;:':,':,,,,: --- .:::.:- :-.0,.,,, .,,,f,., ,',,:4 -$,, 'I';' )1,,,..::.,,': ..'1) -,-,'
:.,z,..:,:i::,f.:::.,:,.:;,:44,',;.:::,::,:,,,,::,:f:1..,..".-;:, general, V OA IK CARIB, during
If :..;, 4 ,,-..' "' , ,...: .L. Iii-,,; t 0. ,,,,4,.., ..,,, :, ::....,,.,,,,:::, :p'''k,. :.A::- '4.5. :-,-7-:-, .7-,,....::-,:::$-.. ,:......o...,:o.. 0.: :: : ::: 0: .::-' :.o.: ..
- --: -,. ite:,::'... ::::x:O.:::::::....?o ,. "-:-,:,: ,-,..:.:,:,., !:.O.'..'....). :iiii:. :::. .4: ; .:?. :,:- ,:..,';11.-.,;. '':- . :. ,- 4,
-, i;:!:...:?'--70:4iffikli.10:4
...y1... i..; .... .',...-;.4. .,.., c ... .!.
.
I . ....,. ...:::;:;4 ... i,............igg:-;':104:4V;g' ':4...i,17: liZ::1.1.: ...;.';-..: f::.. .-:.1:1.'e ''2".;'': ::.. ''''''.. .. ' ,-,:. :',...,..4 t......4-44,-if-ii:iV).P:''.,i-hii the despedida. Col. Compton
:';',;,''Vt0i,,M ,'. '.:,,:.iti,, ',,;-,,:!", '' '.., '',!4t t' ,-., ,,,,::,? 0, L',:.'i',.'-y,:,::;,,iri,:,::,.:. ;,,:f-;...e:::14,11';,,';";'.J':-.".......,,,f,iv....',.,..,,....:....:t'.,;:.:;.';.'..:........,..
- ..';ts:''''.- ,,,',,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,i,o,,,,,,,,,.,,,,:
'.....'..f.,...1..2:,:.;::..,(:',011;11,,,,1.,10.1',11,riii!' has been assigned to the
V; .:Ir.P, ',''' ''' ''''-:;i8.4.,?4, ' f :, -1 ': :. V::::: r,,,,.",,,,,,,.
.,,,,,,o,,,,.,,,,,,,ro. :. ,, ::- .10,.:4.:,.:,i,,,:,:V: .., t4;.i...t. pi. .. .........,.,... 1::.,, ..,,,e,,s.,1,...,,,,,.,:,:;::,.:
...
....,... ,,
,,,,..1,,, .,.... .. ..,.: 1..,,
,,E...,,,,.,. ,.:: .,., ....... .......,::. :4,,,,,: ,. :
,,.;,,,.,..,::!,"...,...,.. .i....,it:atiois., r.C!mil.sm.s..andranLd ?eneral Staff
i....,.,,,, 4-ter -7-4,3., i t:,,i,..".,.,..,, ,:?,:,:'r 1..1.;......;....4:,;..,:,..-, fst;,:i.,;,,, 4A:k.,11., :,1,:, ,..- -. ,
.
'',i ,.:,,-,,;
. .,f
'i,.. ':.::,:.
i U.t' fl'.ii.4.4
, ,,,. f ,01
- Vw,.. ,,' ..444...,!::.;4, ..,..
' "-,
'
, .. -.'..
,
,:::".::14-15;..p.'4i,:. '''''',!.,,zft':i4 t'...:'0.;,.113,17100, :l17:lik,' 1
:'
..
.

i '':f,A;1:-.- '..., t !!'-,:?",ii ?, 'NA, ,, ,:::,:::,:r.,:-.:
i '''
I FLOWER SHOW m
A rosolorful event of the season was a flower show held last week at the Balboa YMCA. :,:f,f,:,i ,1 1, $
,., ,5 :,. ::5., 'Z''t'-''!':';'W4
1::',';;-::-::-
. James W. Coutts cut the ribbon to open the show, which was 'a graduation exhibit ..:5:;:' :'-.V :,,,:41,,.. lit: :04 :' 1
I : 0
i'", b members of classes tau ht b Mrs. Pat Mor an Shown from left are Vera Estenoz first rize in the fruits and .:4,4::' ::::::: : ::'
... Y g Y g P ,:. 4,,,. ,.
.4,,, vegetables class; Mrs. Morgan; Diana Bright, first prize, cut flowers; Mrs. Coutts; Violet Deakins, first prize; and
,,, if Muguerite Nooe, chairman of the refreshment committee and first prize winner for table centerpieces.
'
,,,.rrift,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,5545,x05..,,,,"...w,
. : , ,':,',.::?..r:,,iiii5:gii:.,!:a:ik.,:;ii:::,,54.5,- : AN.,

V ..
tkktk,
1 41
t.. l')
0 1 t ...
,
.
,.. ,
1 ..
,
I
.,
,
,
,
.
,
'
.
,
.
.
.
,
,
,
.
,
.
'''.'"r'441"'"""' i"...406,11.14;,,.4.toir.41.1,



VIEDNVIDATi nrn it, 19511

CRISTOBAL RAINBOW
In the front row, from left, are
Meehad. Second row, from left,
Smith, Pamela Johnston, Betsy
Lee Nash,. Mary Alice Engelke,

wte-a,'.,

TEE PANAMA AMERICAN ,- AN INDEPENDENT DALT NEWSPAPER

Officers of Cristobal Assembly Two. Order of Rainbow for Girls are pic picGIRLS
GIRLS picGIRLS tured following an installation cerem ony at the Cristobal Masonic' Temple.
Ellen Clute, July Griffon, Marion Leach, Worthy Advisor, Claire White and Irene
Virginia Faris, Andrea Terrell, Marvel Davison, Diana Smith, Emily Hearn, Marlon
Hewitt, Ann McClelland and Elizabeth Hewitt. Top row, from left, Joan Page, Andra
Ramona Anderson and Becky McLeod.

hT e Scottish Rite Ternple in Balboa was the scene of the open
BALBOA RAINBOW GIRLS installation of officers of Balboa Assembly One, Order of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow for Girls. The new officers, pictured here, include Ed ith McNeil, worthy advisor, Sandra McKay, Beverly Smith,
Virginia Mauldin, Kay Flowers, Christine Huff, Harriet Gun derson, Dorothy Strumpf, Janet Sutherland, Christine Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Jo Anne Fields. Maxine Baggott, Charlotte Schultz, N aomi Litvin, Edith Huff, Alice Koenig, Kareh Nadeau, Mille
bejernette, Betty Friese and Kay Hamilton.

411045,44,04( AVANYWOMT, or. Ai, vre.6.,.-
GENERAL'S RECEPTION Shown in the receiving line at a reception given for Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden,
deputy commanding general USARCARIS and Mrs. Ogden prior to their departure
are, from left, MaJ. Csn Charles L. Dasher, commanding general USARCARIB, Mrs, Dasher, Gen. 03den, Mrs.
Ogden, Col. John k. Wright Jr., chief of staff USARCARIS and Mrs. Wright. (Army Photo)

1166
heb,
P
t4.00,
1
Cardigan-took
Shirt Jacket

Perk up Dad's leisure leisuretime
time leisuretime wardrobe with this
distinctive shirt-jacket
with contrast trim on
sleeves, pocket and
opening.

FATHERS DAY
SUNDAY
JUNE 21

Proudly announces to its distinguished Canal
Zone clientele, that it has received a beauilful
assortment of

DRAPERY AND SLIP COVER MATERIALS

Light box of plastic material.
Strong and shape-keeping.

a,rame

E 11 TH21

bre

e'Wlizber gathers g)ay
d
unay gime vst

and if "Pop" prefers we liave
just received a fabulous assort.
ment of the "New Ivy Look" in
Sport Shirts!
You're sure to find that Gift
Dad wants most of all at

' AA rtt 3 1
1
MAIN STORE
No. 22-06 Central Ave. Phone 2-1773

(A LA VILLA DE CARACAS BRANCH STORE)
TEL 3-7995

,

Fiber Glass 48" at 150 per yard
Printed, vat-dyed, preshrunk
in 48" at $1.50

anti many Dim it12171A
We are located one block from the Lux Theatre

.

L,1 If A U2 13

The Portable Typewriter Successfully
accepted throughout the world.

11E3

042mfd 4

Students, Businessmen and Traveling Salesmen
0 Prints up to 8 carbon copies
0 10 inchlong rod
0 Wide space, soft tension keyboard
0 Special key untangles types
DISTRIBUTORS

El

Just say:
"Charge It"

THE HOUSE OF LINOLEUM, PICTURE FRAMES, CLASS AND MIRRORS

OOKING

SOMETIHIING

iI33

GLASSIFIE

,

't.410

g f

6411101010ftladillia iMhbfldkA16404611111164011Nifimoa.00001.

L t
,
Mt PANAMA asfraicAN AN INDIPENDEN't DATLY NNWSPAP1111 PASI SIVIN
4111111.0

,

- -
'
:
VIEDNESDATi nrn 10, 1950
..,

.
.
.
.
,
0,4
- ,. --r-:'
.
,
- ?.e.:.,W0:.
,
,
.....
'.,---, It 1,, -l --ta it N
' .' 'r--'.- -441rilP; -I :',41,tvi q i .,,, i
,,, (
,
'10,,,bp.,, r t I.
' 1 fr !' iii 1:t
; 4 dm.) I AP
.
d.
.
,',' ie.. , ,c0 ,,,-00EN
.
, 0.
- 4,0'
-
:, ... ..,
, 4C21:10r el
,41nittkiillio......,,...,
, ',,, '-..,, '4)
r4..mmoims44:Plit ,:!. ,t1- 14 i ,0t'111J:tiggidel:
0' R
,: ,,41 4
-...-aagot .. ,..,..,
I f, $1' ..
, . amorm '. zrz.
r:::::::.:': -1....................::::::::::.::::::::::i...::::::;..7717::71:1-E...,)::..,;.!..:.--'"..:- .--''''''''.' ': ''''''ffii:::::!7.:..:.:IC'''''".'.:.;:.--):::::::-:'::::'';'."'..;!:-....-.:71'.""it''::::.::..i'::.7:;''7........:.i............::...1...1!......!!; : '.
i,.:,.!:;:::11g10ti:!!r- '7,1
rt.t...,, t4. -,,,
- :: I .:' li,4,
Ael' i ''' x '.',..if- ,por,,i::.-:. ,,, .' : .. ,:,:::;:::iii :..:;:.:.,!,: ) .::::,:::g, ::',!:i,i4',?::::::-:.:,4'...'ii::::ih::::,',: ',:.:::,,,?,i:?e 1.:,, i:,:sf'
7'....::.... :iii,::? ..;:.P.:-..!: !..:H.140:' ei -' "4:::''''-:'- t -,,,,,,...,,,,,,.:.,..,w,,...: .....:...-- -.!:-., ,-
, ,4...,...,, .:: .., ... ,. .,... ,,,, ,, : ;,..,:,...:;:,.,,
t, ...,,'''.,:,:le.' 7 : :,,,,.... :.:,.,.1!!,..".'.'i ''..: '..' . :''. '' : :'''' ,'... ''''''''''.: ....1 : .... .:::.: -. s7: ':':' . ":' !''''.:: 'N''''''i ,,,i1 : : ':''.:. ,e ...' :.4: .4: ..: ::..' '''' . ::' ;:: ::' .....;'.!.:. : : : ;.1:'' ..: :.' !''' '...A' t...'''''' :.. .. ,:'. L : :,''',. ,...''''';'' : !. :,' '' ,:.: ':'..".k,,.. :is;:: (....'''''' ,.''' . :. : :.''''' .. :. :.':tf'.1.1:.!:: .:.' ::... ':,: i i --. '.!. -'-' 7 -!:.. :". 1 ',,,r.".7. s-- -----.' ...': : .; : .': ,''' ::','Irl.::,..!-': : :.''''h: :'::-,'''.:::','. I.' ''.. .: ''. '' '. . I. :7777.'74; :::11.' '111.1 ill:,!. il. f:. :..:'''' ';!.: il,'" i.! !...' ::'. ; Tfrf:.;7.: ....'''''''''. ,, 7::.. ; '' :: :. :.
,talti..;;; :;;.:,!;;.: ,...;... .; .::;:-.!... ..- :8- :51.1 :11.11,1:,--' iiii.:',,iliii,,,,:.i::..:.:,-;',....:;-:-.::,,:.....,'-.i'.".'"' ,-. v,- - ? -'. l I - - '' ifrl-
- -"-4. :.,,-;,:; ::,;:,;;;.:?..:- ,!'.';: -:',..AN,R,:,i::: ',,ii.);:..,:ei..:;:4...A , ..,,,,,t:-
.4.cv,.q.1:::-..r4,4k4N:.,:,1N : e::::,..,..,,,,,c,,,,:.umo,: se....,,,,,,,,,: ,,,,:,,..: :, iwasbe, IINU2N: ....... l'AV.i...
te,t,
f.:111::.;:.if .s.liz',',..!'eA.,:!:!:1':: I;,:ii...W,'1:-,j.iliqghigt:',r ,- ::,:,.::t:::i;.:1-,:.!t .;::.::11.rk:'''.itig;7:1;1!. :' ::,:: .1CP'. 1111,11VillAt: l'
' rA4,11:1 :,1:11;1:::811..1..: ,'''11.'".1::III.2.: .1!!::.$.t.::i:!.':.1",i.;.::::.::::.;i:::Kak,;;:::01:igli. ::. :ti''.:: II::)!:::i.t. :::A111114.11114, 111
,,.i,:iA,I...7.677.:,..-';7alig.. ).':',.. Jr111!: :940:: ,..;:-..--.'..:4;;k,:.:.:-...1,10..N$IFT!!'::.t:I!!..1;:if..:;i":::..i: 4"0.5',''.LITAIII1141:101'1;tigW
il if
........... ., ...... ...,
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,," ,,, ,,,,,,,:-:-::,,,,,,,y,....,,:: :in::.,:.:,::::':':::,:.,,, ,r.: ..:., .:,..,.:,::!-:,:.:-,.:::::-:,,,,,;,. : ;.e, i,,i:,:::;,,.-:,,...: ,Aliiii:ew,,,i::.in.4,,,,,,Auiiii,,,. ,:,:mmukii
W.gl.W -Poiim:.::'' zij :::.-::-t.-A",:,',-,-,',.-',i'::'-0y::,.,....::::wAA,,"--,$;::..,:-....:::,:.. :,..-..:::.,...):.........:::,..f.k.::. .;1.:::::.,.,... ,-..4.iiea.mit,":tt:iiiiii,..giw:::.,...',.iu.:,..,,:,iim
::?aviimo: 1:::.:-.41im44 :,:::.J.-: -:. ::,...:::::''...:mri",-:-:.1:::...tli..,::i'....zotk,::,...4.i':.,::. 4.. : .::,:::::,.:.- ,:.....i..-",..:w :'.....:44,.;::::':i.... .,-...i.m.yrIt,'..0"&Aiii.i',A) ".":1r060.i
tiiimmt-i.. ::-:::-:.,::': 1;.:A -,.:,"..i.!',:.ii:::;::4;:. t01.:Iii.:::!1:r-:.-,..0'.......,::::: :: .. :, .:. ,:::,:, .,:: 1",.::::;'.1:-:::;-;g:.:::a4:::,.",,I':,..:mu'bli!!!':,",;:,-: i;tyi,il
igt
;niini..,,i11'..':'';'::. ..,;:414 ::--4:'',,:"''.:::-:',:::.;::::,;::,.::-.....0::':.:!:!:::::,..,: ': '
......,:,...:,...,,.,..,-.:::prq.i.,.::.",;,::::::::Nti.,liignipi'iAii:-:, '-;', -.'" '':,
104:':,44-!.'::.i.&: ,.:-..::;::...:::, ,:::::.,.i.,::.,:..,,,..:...,,,,.e:wiiili,', ""- ..:. :g..1.,..::::::43.0..:iii4..a.,..o.:4,-,,,..., -'1'
..,niW:,....-iaie:.. ....f:::::e',.,,:::::. .::::i.q..?:i-r-:...::..'::'::.:,:''.:'" :- ,: :... ....,::::::,:iii.,:,4,..:.....,,:,
p:,::,:,:.::,:,::::::.i..::::':',UM.N.::&&::::,.;:::.;::: .,,. A.v. ..:... : ....,... t. .:: ..,... :i.,,,,,,,:.,y. ',::-.::'''---
,........,...,. ... .. ,,.
.;::iT::,':::.a'ti'!.;::::!1:P:.:M:i',:ft.::::',::,,:.'::::., .:...:. :::.. :'.......,.:. ,4,... .:..
. c.,-:.::::.:i.4...:ii.'1.,::::::::::8::-......:.::::.::::::...'il. :::'. .- ''''' ...
iS:::51:4LA:,:k:':::i,W,....:,::....---, .

. ,.,
.
- - ..,
.
"' .z.;:.5'..:I, ,,-: , g.'ilvs.'
.;. ,KA::!:. .,,4:otAlt.
.
,
,,
- I'''.,,,....':',:,?-;:14L';:,:::, 001:,.,
.... .,..
:,,,,illt;i0. 4. 4.
',,,,,;',',':,A,:::, ......l......3,!:';i'..:;::.:.:;.':::';.:41:lri...',il?A:,.'::1.if,:i:.''''i. .ii:'..5:;;.''1:5"0:z4''..:1'''',,,,;;;,
,
- :::, .. ',,,, ,,,,,,?;',,;. ..V.:::?,,,....
-
- ,:;:::,,',..:::'
' ", sA:!;.'..i.,..:;......
'''',.' ",:,,;,,,i,.,,,,, :':'
I; .....: -.-.
6; :0,4,,
...?....,:.:::.',...'.:r: ',:..i' .1:::: :,p.?,
tkii;:'',','.,..1 ...,................. .. .... .
..::.:........:..:1:s.....ii;:.........s..!":,.',.::::::....:.; ....;.:., .. i...... :1 ,e...,. .....
::::::1:1,
A...::4ciNu:.ig,....,.....;..,-
::,':Ai
::.....,:':,::,,:':,....::i..,......":::';:,- -;...,,..rfiii '..
it::,:;;i?.,,:,..... "I '; ..,,,. ,,..,,:,-4. .;.,:;.. ... .:., ..,11.:,..,:
,,,, ,, ..,,,..
.,:.ii.i::;:i:).,..;:''4,..
:-:-- -,.-
.. ,..
. .., .. ... .,
"
:(aiiii. : ok
- :, 7
:;.;.Ic
.
. .... .. .
''. '''''''' '' '-':...'lifs:';(4::;1:''..:;.::::.'.1::.4.:.;:;;::::::......;.;-.' ', :,--s,,'"' :, ;.... ........ : ;ft : ...:-;:5:-..;,':...4
.' :If:grl..1......L.....
- '''
, ..:-... .::'...:'ii:!'.........ii....'........::: . '''
.4'.; .?::' ''':' .'''''..... '4Z;;;,1' ,-. '':
,444010ek' "I
.: ,.,:,, ,,,, -. :::,..;:.. .'':',,,. : .." ',,: -:.:-':fr,'''';),,a,,i'',:': .' .1
- .-- .. '' ...:?;.',.:.'...:.".' '''::';',iils,.:,
,',:i'-'::;-;:::.,:''''.."'' '.: ''' '''..X '",':"."'''';;;,: ':' ;' 1 -. .:;4:-...,....'-' .:::. ''.:::;;;:::. ,.$4:::,::!;-:',::.. 3".:." ..''","'":.' '.,.:?. .-......i41'.:''' '''
r.:',::: -....;':.',:''..",:..:.i:...., . -'
: ,,,,. .: ,"; '.:,.: ':',. ::',:', .':::::::::::;::.:'' ...." ..',.,::-'';': '::: .-. :-
" :""""
1.17: 4,.,r,::,:::,,?,:,,., .., ,:. ,: .; .0:,,.., -, ,;,,.0,,,: ;
......,.....
-
- 4 ,,,,; 1.-, .:.,.,.:;.i: !?,
' ..;::;...:;1!.:,.:: :-.......
it:.1.,...............4,,,....4,4,;,?,,...4!'"?.. -...- 1 ': '1:';. ... ;. ,' ;.;:.:.:;14 !..,
.:;A....; ,.... .
.,..,i,:.,,..,......,,.... ,,,,,,,.......,?.....,x,rx;.,,,,, .- .. ,.... ', ...........?: ..i :, ......... ,.,-, .. -.............,i;...,,,,..i.;:.i.i.........,. ,,,,-,
1.t:i';.: ... :,; ':.. .:IsplAl:t..,;!:... li. -........0: ".
, ..
0,101,4';',:,:.:.. .... i',. ,....,....... .,t ...'., .,., ,,;,.
...,. ." .. ?....1:.-,,,;,:;.,..!3;?.. ., ."...0- ,-.1-1,.
. . ... .., ., . ..
. .. . ...
.... :.. ;;?,...:,.iii.;..?.:........,. ,.. ...... .. i:, ......
t,1::::',.......,......:.... :
' ::.,..iiiot:?,!;;.',,,,,.;,..4. ,...:. ', iif.. . ,) ....: :
. ..,:..,
"i:::.':.:i,:.,;.::.:;1;.;.. .; i,
:;,'''.,4:,,, ......3:4'''',::'';' 'I.,: ''. ''''. ' 'i. .;.:......,,..... '.... ,....i-.......i7 ,... : .. ,', ,,.tt.:,.-,. 4,
1:::::1,:;,:,0: .
::..... .'.. ',::. ",z-1.,;....: -:-.:.,:, ...:. I, 1.,.,,.... t
(''''';'".;:::'0414....,..'t".04,:; "- :''. ' l
..,.1,.,,.,,.:i:.;:.:. ':' "!.: : J,,4doot.. ,.,, k.i:;;;',!,,'' ... : ...
,.. . . ..
, .. 1
'''''''''1...:',........-, .. ..?4,.',;.5;:-.. ....' '' ,..,:ill ', . .., :
,,,,,, ,,,e,i):...0,.; ..,,,s,...., v...,
' ,'1..:. ; :.l.:..;,..-...:::i.:::.1:. :11N-:..:...1?,;. ''.1.. .. ,.
..i..;.1:11..;.....:.:!:1:$.;'.::..........;.:.:::.......:;:!::::::;:::::..::.-.:...... :.,
. .f. ,.:,:,:. .4 ,.,....1...-, -. -. --
w,-4, ---- -
, -- .,:,-.... -.,4,
,10-. ,-: .- ,,,,-1.-,; ,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,. .: .,-....,
- )-,-4,- ....,., ,-- ;
, .,- 1-?,,,,,,. ,,-- ,,,. ;:. : -,- .. -,...--4,.i : .,,,..........
I
,. . 4
i.-,.. -.....i ........,... : .4, ,,- :,, -"
s-;,...t.,,N,,..4-,.-n::,.,:,.,..,,..,;.:,,,-;-......-,,-:.1,....
,
,
.. ..,; ..--. :,,,, -: --,:..,-,-; .1 ,,,,,,, ..,....
-,.:.,,,-;, ,,,,,,-?,..--,-...,,,.,. ........::..-.......,,;,,..,., 41-7 :-..:4,,-.,!,40,--; ,:,.......- .--. -t :
,,,,
''' ''''
,, .,...; -.-.,,, ,-;' ...,....,-
h.. ,. .- .,..:.: -,-.,,--,
--.i..,.....,.,..- ,,-,- ",,::-,---,,,,,, ..i.-- -1, ,-, --,
, -,,,-. ,,- ..,,. -- :,,, :-.. f ii
. ...
4.0i,:. .4';.',..:s.'''''' .'
f..:;,:.:::!:.F..,...........7.1. :'......:4.'", ,4,. ,....f.,
,
, -
,
1:1..i.4:',:;:',........i,:': "..............:.:,:,...:(
1 4 ev..
:.;::;.;;.,.;::,:..;i:.-. ..1:',:;;.:::;:.1::
........2.............!.....;:::.4,i:;.:1'.9.,...
'iiiti:::;:i. .1:-::!::::::.;.
;4,:t1;, .............,....,,,........
';:;?:,::,,:;:i::,:::' ,: ': :.
,;;Wi,ii:;:;5:::ii:..:.:
,,,,..;:.4,,;:',..... :;;; ,;,,,
;s,i,.,..s......:;.,.....;?,;,-,:
:iiiii:::.:i:::;1'iii.::ii:iii:.i.M.:::::
..,.::::::::.R:!::::Iii.;;;;i:iiiiii::::.,.::::: ,....., ,... 1,..... ,!::....,. : ?; ,:ii,..4. ..1'..::':i4:,:': ::.::::ii:;:
i4?. 2,, ;:51 4: 4. 4 ':::.:' ; ?::,:;:;;.: :!;.,,!:!ii: :
f rt f-,-, -,:1 ..,,.;;;;;.:.:4.....:, ,......,:J:
, zatte.. ,. : ,,, .:,:!,,.::,: ,:.,..,:,
: .,
, i 1 ,;.,..,..,,:t4,.i!,4i :;:. z-ii:,:c ,,,$,:ii':::4-1:
...., 1..,; ,,,,: 4.1 ,,..,,,,,,. ,: :::::,:.:;-k: ,,,:,:;,,,N,
, , ::--x i t...,,,,,; ,,,.:::::::::: ,',..:::iN,:
.v.
, : 0: jef.,
.--, ,,,; iiii:.
:.,,i.,,,,,:::;:.iii:. ::::::J.,:,..i,,...:,:::
"::,:,:, .:,: :, 1-14'4'.:
,,,,,, 1,:,,:,...,;. ,.:.:......)...
.,,,,,,,,, ,,.....
...
.,,
,s. :
.
,,.
:....:,,,,,..,,
......
..:.. .:,:,;,,,:...,::,.............. .,.....,;,,,,,.
..,,,,,,,,..:: .,
,,,,,,,,,,:,;;,,,,,,,:: f;;;,:,,,;:4
,..,..,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, :,:::::::....--,?::::'''
. '":"...:',.', ...,..',.:.:,-.:.4.;.;,&4.,.,;0:;:.- -1.-.;:-..':.:::e4,,.1'.11
. !..v. ,..,.-.:.:fwefot,,,5,,,,,,,,,,,y,,,,v,,,,;,,,,,,v401........,,
.......7,?:....,,,....15.01'',1,kt;f:7'......;";?;C:t.:'.:f:t::'::.1.5,':!...::;1
....:.f,....f.'...i?'1'.....Ap.:;;?5''Jt:,;,::;W..'.e.?:'' A.
,.k.::::::e!,::-..,iiiitii'..,..1'..i.:1':,!:,h
:.....:.,...f. ...,-..:,;',... .,......:e.,),!,.,.5 k
. H,,. '.::.?,.'..4...;;;A;;;;:.P0:?;e4f.'";;;;';'..'?:'i.'4X..i'..::!::lier..:."'
..,.:.:iiiiiiil'..:Mil::!I''''.";iii;:::',':'.:.'!'..
: :',.1.!$.:.,,:.4::')..? .
:::.;:;...M..?,14.0.;ii.,.5'..:;g :ig.....,:;,?:.MX4,:.:4:,:.,:.e4fis:..:?::':.:::...,';',.
..,::::-.4,:,i:N.::::::::::..tii.,..,,,iiiii:? ,,
5 ; '''), P;... :. :'',4..:. .,?.'.''',.....;:?:i.;.:.::1:::,.,:.f
;',,,,,,::Ni::::::,:,:::;-::11::!:::',::':'.',1
"-.4,400;0a.'
' "' ,.','''.." '''.."..'''',, :.,;'":',',Wi'''::'::::;-A4W?..4,;:''::e41.:::::::,'':
'::':':::,:f,':,:;:::;'el',,:.:.:X.::::::..'-
.
''-''''.:".?'''''''''' ':;.'.'''''''Z'::'''':'.'-'::40.;1::','-gl:',',:.:::::,"!:::;.:-:::::::::',,,,
,,,...,,,:',i,,,',,,,-.,,,,,,,'.',.,..:',',,,,;',.,
,
' ..'"....',.'.,..'.,:.r!'-!."-,:-g',,!1'::::4.:,0.::i':ii:V":?:'::1.-4.'M'''
':".::.i:::;0..i:41:.",:.:g:',::::::;::::::!:,,,,,
'.-
,-.:. .. . -,, ,,, -..,,,,', ,"'..,4,40.:',:"::.,ii.::::::::,,,,V:;:',.:::M:fs,'
..,,,,,,,,i4f,$:::::.4,,A '-'
. . . . ... ..
''.;.:.,-''..:V.Sg::..?:',:.:::::::',:::':!,',',';,..
.,:.:.';',05.':,':::::::!:e'''',::::::!:::'.:'--,
.,:,,,,',;,,,","?..:'::.:,'". ''' ':.::;' : '"'" '. ::.: :.., .; ''., : "':''... ..
...,'i,:':' ;:"..',''.:..:'''-'''''r:1!..'',.11.1;..;- '1,, .........,' :, : '-';'- ". ''' '..-.
:1'."-,1.:1';',:tt.",:.!:.11.::;:. -:,',A1""4A.' ...
..

, .::M.::.;.. .. :'?.:7.,Ini.r..771!:1:7M:V7.7r.7:1QM.Mf:Mii:Ve181111.1"."."11"11
;,,:',:: g;:::.::,:i:if:::C:::;;M:::::::::::..,...h....,,,,,,I;;.::1:::::.;:::.:::.::::::::::...:::::::,.:.:,:!;P:
i'.?:.:':'.::::. ,,,:.:,.::.:::?,i::::Xi:::Riii:i?(::!.liir:V.:::,:::;i:::::::;::::,::::?.,:iif::i::.,.i?,:',:.
?''.:,iiii:',: :::Viir;:iiii.1:.!;1',i'::'.::i:2:.!:::ii::f.N:',iii)',i.Ri,r1::!MK:?,:',i-
:::::::V :-.'4ii:.':.:It:::;:iii:.iiiiiiii,.ii:',:eiggiiiPsii:,0.;Aiii:.!:.';;,.i-r'''
:ii-;,,$:: ,':;,.f5i:1:ii,;N:::,:.!.i1",;Iii:ii:ifgeoliiiiMiiiiii,iii;i::;:::''., ..:i.,...16.,...:,'::,:..4W .. ..0,...-------.0.k.... rmwwwvitwri,m7..m717-77,,,.,1,,,,,,,,,,K.,:,..,,:,;,:,:,:;:. ,:,;:,,.,,.........
-:,,..,,-, ..
:-: 1i p::,.., ,,:,,::::,.
..,.- ..:..,,i,,.. ,,...,... ::1, t:....., .....,..,,,,,,, ...-.1..i,
.;::.4,,,4.:: iE...... ..e...:,:. 4, A,. t.. .:.:-,.. .:,:,::,::ii:i:,:-.,iii:ii,ite:mn,,,v,iimoi:?,im.iii,.iii:iiiimo ,,,,,m14.:::r,i$,,,,,,....,
-de.!-:,,,Tif,,,,,,..:;.::,::v.:,,,,,,,,,K.:i:,,,,,,i-,:,::,::::,:,,,,,,,,1 :,,,,k,;,::1,,,,,,:-
:-., :,,,,,,i,i',iz:,,,,i:,.,,,,K,,...,,,,,,,,i,,,.,..:.,,,-,,,,,,,.:i ,,,,,,,,.,,,;,,i.,:
?0,,.:. ,,,,K.,,,,u,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,..y.;:, ..:, :,,,,,:.;,4...?,:,,,-
' ,0,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, .
.'i!'4 :,Kis,,,,...,,A., :,,':,,,,,,i-:.,,-::::-,:,kr.i .:04.0g.,:,
':,4y -,:':. ,F:'' i-,-,?. ::,:;::::,,.., 5 4:,:4.,...p.:.,:,;,..:?..-.10.s.,:,..n.,,;,:. .; Anw,,,,:,,:,:i
tis,..s,: ....,: .., ,i,:,:if.,,::1.11.,,0:::.1,:ii,..tiiii',,,iiiii...,,yino:::: K:, ,:,:::. -,-,,.fp, ,,,..,,,,1,,,,4t,,,,....e,,,,...;,,:4",,,, -.04,:,,iii)',.:,:,tii?140,:::,i,:,,,,,,..,,,, ,Rv
,,, .:: ., -.,,;:::::,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,:" :P -:-.--iii, ';::,:" :,;-'--:-4,, ":i:, ::',:. : '00,9 '':': : ::ii,:-,:,- ':','"4.i..U..4,...,,ikiszi:64::;;,:'".,:,-:. ..1,':00.ii
.i,g....."i :::.,:....i:,..;,:,.5:::ii,..;:,,::i.,r,i:-::.:,.iii.,:sr,,.:&::,..::,::,,i,,,,,$
1 I.:-::,.v.,,,,.:v....., ,,, ,,!,i.::.,, ::.::::: ,,,,,.:.......:.:,,,,,- :,,,,,,.;,,...:,t.,
,,,,,::: ,,,,,,,,,,,lio!!!,:iiiiomii4ii:,:i,.:;,,y ....... .: ,, :::,:::,:. .:.:...,:..:,:...::...:.,.:..::::,.:,:::.,,::: I ..:,:::,,,,,,:.,,,,, ,,,,k,,,,, ts.y.',..,...,,,,,,,,:04,..-..04 ..,:.,:.;::. ,:li:...fe.ili,
gi:,,,,,,,, .J,..,, ,,,...,x,,,,,,f.::::K.,s,,.?..:,,,,,, ,-..... ,,,,,,.:k ,,,,,:::,,:,-,:,,::- ,:,,.,?..::,,,,,:,,,,.,:.,:.::,.:,!,,..,,,,,.-,:,,,,,:, ,,::,$;,,,,,-?:::,,,,:,:,. ::....:,-.,:.,,, -,i,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,:,,,,' :.,:i, :-,..,.. ....,..::,,.
gi.,:::::,:ii::::: ,,,!1::,.:0.:::,,,..,,,K::::ffli::::: 4. ,s?.-...'.. .:., :::::::::::;::1::4:: ,::,-.,.."5:::,.,:f:,:.i,.:7,..,7,7:9SA, .:,:,::,:,,,.:.. ,::?:':, ',..,.., ...::: ::-,:,:,!:: :,,::. :,.c., :,:ih:,:i:: ;.:, tAitg:,,:,....,,At ?,:,..:. .1,:, : : A:.4:;::p;:i:::
:::::,-;:,:;:,;:::::,:-, ., :::::,:;:..:::::::::::,..,: :;;;;;,.p: 4,65.'''',f0:fk:ti.:::4': .s. .K.',': ::-Ifaf.:b: :
::,,:,:,;.:,:,:- ,:::,,,:.::,.4,,,... .,-. .,:
,4,,::,;,...:.: :.0:4.,.:,..vq;:,,:.: : ......, .. ... -.... -.... . ..- ,.. . - 4,. .:',..,.:::::4:,,,. '''..::Z:--';; ;;;:i..t,:'::::It:;;;:.::;;;;;;;;;;;: I
it
i':':,:-;:'- 4.:o .:i,.:.::,$,:::,:4?p.,1
. . ... ..... .. .. . .................
',..:-:. ...':!:'.:.:.. -.-::'-',: -f ..:-::-.-,..-:: .........,. ...,...;- :i:,- ::::,:,::,!:,::,:-..,-.:. :, 4::!--.-:::?::::::: ,,-. ....::::.:8:X:k.,ki.::.i '....-;.:::?.?;::::;':,::::::,:;:ivs.::;:::.:
- .,. N:V: ::::::!!1: $:,:,:..,..,.::f.
:,::::,., ::$:::,:$:::::;:::::.:: :, ,:lis,,..- :.::.i::,..;:', :: : -:':: ,::i':,::::::h ::::::,..S? :;, : ,A:-.ii:::1: .,, : 0:.:....,i:;,...x.;:, :, :.:t&:,-.... ,::::',::,, i'i::?',;:::,..::
:;iiks':::2.0,its',',:if:':::&.ii..g::
''...1.':.:J::.':;.: ..:;::: ':';Z::r :,iii.;i::.:g:..::.;:Mii::;;N:;:'! "' .....;.,,:,:0H: -..,?' "C- -: !-:.:: i.i:,.',,:::,,::,:.:if:::.ii:i,: .,...,::; ,::Viti?::f.:),M: ,.:.,.'. ::;,,::::.ti,p:.::.;:;:
...... ......
"" ""
.:4,:,:,::,,-..:,:,:,:,, ,:,:,:, ;:.,..;,,ip .............,
,;::::if:Q;i:,::,,..,,;,, -:i,',.,::,,,.::':'.,',:.1 ,,:, ''''";:::,::.-::;iii:,.: 's.,:::-..,;:iMig:i.iiiiMi
.. .. ...... ....................
.. .. ..... ............,........ :,,,,,.,..,,,,,, :.:: ,:kz,:N.,i::::z,
r,:ii.;i',4i,-,';,..,.';'::' ...i,i'l . -,,z.1,.: :::t,1;:,,,,,,::::::::.,:,:ir,. ..... ........................ -,:, I, ,,, ,, ,K,,:::
::',J:z,..,',''' ':,:',.: .,:,.: :.Vpp,s:::
03.iii::,:f.fl .'. ::e,;i :: .......................... .. ...,...........,........
....... ..... . ,...............
....... ...... ..,.. .................,...
..... ...... ... .....,..........
............ .......... .. ..,.
: -.1,..:,,,::, ;;:.::;i;i:,;;;;:1,:;;;', t,fp, ,:,'. :'..i'..:.'; .. ;.:....,::'..';""Wli
.-Ii:.$:":.,.ti: -,,...... -:-: -;:-'
,v,:::,::::--, .9f:' ,:$;,, :;,...... r .,,,:,,:-..::.,,,.:, .. :.:.,.:,.,.,,........-.........,:....,.:. .. ..,i,i..:
.............. .. .................. ,..
..,on,:..-...- ....,....,. ..,...g..,,, -: ,....,,,. ,,4: .4,ri-,.,,..,,,..,i1:,.x.,.:,,,,,.;.:-.. ,.,....., ,iii,,:.:-,-.
.0-:,:, ..,,,.:A......iiiiii,.I:iii,.i,.,1?:,..-J?:,..,,.;;.;::,:::-::,,,,. .,:, .':. ..,,..1Fmmiiii,,.....iff.,.
.i...1..,i-,'-'1',..,.....i.:1:!':,:;:'.1'..:'-111,,11;11.fiIi.::
-. .....
....,.......... ...
..
--., .,4,,,:-.,i,.,.,,......-if:,iiig..iw 1,0 ,,..,:::,,,A,,,,:. 7Iii.,....:.: ..............
,;4-,-.i..:.--;.iii.:,:,-.;,,,,ii,",,,,,,,,,,i1:,,,,4,.:.,:il,.. -:I', ,:,:,..., ),-:' .. .m.:,1;: ..... ..................... ... .:,...,ig:.,...,....i.,::;;,.. ,;,.,.,.....,-,i.,..,-,... ...,.,.., ... ..,....
i,..!?::: .::::::.,,:.:, 1...,i., 7g0.411::... .:.::: ....-:. m.....x::: ..-:...:,:',.1k:-
,,t
, ........ ... .. ,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,.:4.N:.,..i.:::.,::,......,,,,,,,,,,..,.. ...,,,iim.i,:.:.!:;. 4, ,;,...-..:mi,:ii,;:,-..., ,,,..iiiiiii....:,4i, :.! ":
.,;::,: ''':: 'ii:'., -1, ,:!,:mt,.;.,,., '...:-,,:.:-. :,:,:",:::,;..:...8t:,,K,....,iiiii. .....,:;.,,,,:i,,ix.s.,.,i,. ,............o.,.,,i,.,2,,,r.--..4..,,, ,...?.-,:,.,,:-. ,..........,. ..,.:-4.,...,
,,os, iiii. -,,iii-,. .:, :ii.,,,iii :;i::,-,,,,..,,,...y.ir....,,-,.:-....,.,,,,,,,,e.:-. -,..,,,,,.!,;,,,,.,,.i:,,:,..,, ...... :,..:...:.-:..,...,...- ,,..s, ,,i,...;.. ;:, ::,V ,imimi
,.
......;;;..........,,:,.:....,..:,...... .:,:,,,... .,,.:.,:,,-,-,:,,...,.....,.. ,,...,
.....m. :,-..:.. ,.,,,,,, .,,:;,:..., .:wi):0,:.-.,:..,:....,,i,i-,....,,....,...,:, .,,,,,,,-,,,,:.:..,:..:.,:.:.:si:i:zi......
, "-,,,,,::..-,-, ,.,:,,,i,,,,,.-,::, ,,,,,,,,,,,,:::. ,:,:.:.,.,:i..i:i,...:,: 'N', -, :,:,:::.,,,,,s;:,,,::,:::,,,.,:,,.. :::,::.. 4,,, :..,,..,:,4:, ::::1 ,::::::,
4,:alkong?:;.iit,,.,-,:,:,' iiiii,a;, .1,Aii:iii,,i ::i- ,:. -., ::- :::,,,-, 4":: :,:, ::.:,,,,2,...:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:.:.:..., ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,i,,?:,,,,,,,,,r.,,,
,1:. .. ., :;, :,,, ,-, : .::,:.,:....
,,,:t:.i:',Aviiiii.,rg-ils::::A!:,,,,,4,,,,::,,,,,..,::,,,,,:.-,: ,,,,,:, -,, ,-.::.. .:,,,Ar,:-,,.,?,,,,,,,,,: :,,:,,,: : .::.,:,,,:,.,.,,,,,...,,,,,,......::,..,.;;,,,,,,:;4,..,,,,,,,i--,.,,,:1;,:,:1,.:...,,,,. -,... ,: ,,,,,,,....:,.,,,,::,,:,,,,.....0,......,,,::.;,,,4,1t... ., :,..,,,,,..,.......j...,
:,.4:-ii,:,.,.-,,,;....,,:,-,40,::wAi.:,i;i;,;;;.,).,:.,,,,..::,,,,,,..,:,.4,,,,,, ,,,,,,, .:,;.: ,,,,,,,,,,,to).k.
,:. .:: ,,:,,,,,,,,k,4,4,it,,.,,,:A,:,,,,,,,,,,
::"":-.'"'i"'''''"iliii':'iiatimmiiiiig.4,:ovistl::4,?:sjt&:, :!,,:,::::i-,:::-,-,:,i..v4,It,:!,.,:i.i.;,,,.4 :.:.,,,,-i:,:,-,i,,,,,,N,;,,im,,,,..,,:.,,,:,:.,,,,,,,:,,,..:,,,og.!4,,,,,:,,::.,.,..:, ,:,::,,::::: .. ....,........,..,.,.:,:
,,,: :,,,,,, ,,,,:,,,,:,, ,,,,,,?,,,,,,,,t,,:::..0,,,;,,,,,,, :.,
.,..,:,,:,, ::,:,:: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:::::.:::.KIt,fr,,f...,::,,m,,.:-,::i-,,iai:,:,,ii::,,,,,,i,,,,:,,,i,g,,,ii,r,,,,,,0,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:;,,,..,,, :,:,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,),,,f,..1 ,,t,?,,,,,,,,,.1..,,,,,,..;,::,.........
t',"'"','''''.11113.19,iiiiiir::.,:1;:ii',;;;:is..i';,,;,;,:,..i,';7;::::,::,:i,:,',,i' :.;:-:::,I;;,1:',,:";.,,,,,?,,,,4,::,,,,,,,-: ,,, :: :,,,,,- ,.,v ,- ,-,-
t1(
...,,,:..,:,,,,,:,::,:::,::,,,,,, ,,,,,..., ....,. ....; .....:..,...,,
iiii,..!!..ii;ilit.4:ik:.."'..:.f.;MX.:. '.'::::::.,gl: :::::liglittiliNliplItit!igmegantilgrillf,Tigt14. zig!A .:::""11q.-: ..'.: vs:....x.'''
(
,
v,,--i-07m,--wiva,',i'A,4,,..,-44zi;.:;4111cmw-, -.,:,,,,,....0 ..::''t,,,No...$1...:: Irmft...,:.:.4.414,geN4giimg--,..:m::1., .,:i::., ,.:,i4.:. .. '4?'..j.,,,,,,,,
,,.:.:.,,,,::::,: ,,,,:.
f,',,iii,,,,,:,,,:,,i::;,:1:0,00i,,,,:::,,:,,,,,,i,;,i,i,...,,,,,,,,,i:::::,,,,,,,,,,:,,,:,,ii,,,.,,,,,,i,.....,,:,....,,...,....,,,,,, ,,,: :,,,,,,,,,:,.,,,,.,,,,.,,.....,, ..........,, . , ,.,,,., .,..,,..let..,,:,,,,,,w,
:??:::,,iii,::;,,,,,,,,,:.::miiimifim:::::.:,:,,,,,,,,,,:::-,,,,:-,,,,,,:,,,,,::::.-:::,:,,,,,,:,,,, :,,,,,,,,,:.::,,,,,,A,,..,,,,,..,,,,,,:..,,,,:..,,,,,,,,,::::::,,,,,,,,,,,,,;,..... :;:,,,,,,, As, : :,...,,,.,,,,,.,,.:
,,,w,- ,,: ,,,.,...4.:,,....
is,:if:?:::i,,i,iiv,,,,I,:iip.:,.?,,,::::.-::,,:,.-:-::,.,,:,,:,,,:,,i,li.,eni,iim:::,::-:,,:,:mf,:,,i,,,,-::liiiiiii:,,:m:ii,:,.,::::,i,i?,ii,,,,,,,,m,::,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..:::-:,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,i,,0.i,,,,,,,:ti11,,,,,,,,,.,,,,i,i,,,,.-,i.,,,,,it,,,Q;g:,,,,,,:,,,:,:,,oi.,,,,oif.,,.?,,,,,, .,,-.H,,,,,:,:,, ,,, ...:,:.,,,,.,.
,,,,iro,
,,i,,,,,:.:,.,,,1:.1-,..:!,.,,,,,:,,,,:::.0.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,g,,,,,ii,,,-,,,,,,,,-;:,..,::::::;,::,:,,x,,,m,:,,,,,,,,,,,m,,,,,,,,.:iiiK,,,,?,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:s::::::::,,,,,,,,,,,kv,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,:,,,0,,,,,,,,.:..,,:.,,,..,, ,:,;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,..,,,A0,,,,,,,,,,..,olim.::,,,,,,
1111,1111111E1,1,321:11111111111101ilillilitilliiiiiiiiiiiitiliiiiiiiiiiii,1111111111,11.;:"1,1;11111:1111111.1.t.:11,1111A1;0111111i ,,
:.,,,,,,,,o,:,,i,i-:::,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:::,:,,,,..,,,,,:::::.,,.,,,,,,,,,...,,,,:..,.,,,,,..,-,::.,;..,,,,,,...,.,,,,,,l,.,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,:.,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,i,,,,.:,,,,,,.,..,,,,:.,,,,,,.,...,,,,...,,,,:,,,,,::,,,,,,,,,,,:,,.,.,0,n,,,4:.,,:....isoiiii:,.:,,,.,,,,,.:,,:,.:,....,.........,....
::,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..:,:i1,,,-,::;,,,:,;,,,,,:,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,1,,,,,,,:,,,,s,:i,,,,:,;,,,,:,,:::111,,,,,,,,,,..,:.,iii,,,:,,,,,::,,,,,:,,,,,,,s,i,,,I,,..,,,i,,N:::,,i,,,i,,I,1,,:,:l!ii.p.,,lik.:,',i.,q.:i,:i,p,,iii,,..:1iigii,,m,,,,;.,,:i.,,::,i,:RiIN,..,1',:;-,,:,'i;::.':.1,i:::!:,,,,,-H,e,b-tx. ..,:k!::!,,,,;;::,:r.,,:.,::::.,.:,..,...r...,-.:::::.,:,,..,,,,::.:.,,.,;:,.,:,..,,:o.:,,,.::J:::..,:.k:,.,!,s0,,,,,,,,:k.,111,,'41,,,:.,::,:',,,.::,:;,i::;,:1,',!,;(:::':',.:,,,I.,, ..it.i '.,:.:,'',:-41., .!:,:',..t'i:,,41.::!::.1:1'..:4.4';
400:,
,,:,,...:,,,,.,:,,.,:,:.,:,,,,:,,,::,::,:,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,.,.,:,,,,,,N,:.,,,,,,,:,:,:,,:,,,,,...., ............-, ....7...b. ....................,.....,...............,,,.........,.......:,. ....: .,,......4...1.:. ,..
,,,,,,,,:::.,:,,,,:..., ,, ..,,,,,,,,.., ,,,,ts,
0,,,,,,!::,,,,,oo,v,..,,,:iv,,,m,,:iiii::::::i,:,:,:,iel::::,::,pm,:,,,,,,,,;:,::,?,,0.ii:,i,,,,,,:;::isi,:,,,,,,,:iii,,i,A:::,iii-,,,,i:ii,::,,:,:,:,:,,,,,,,,,,,i;:,:.,xsw,,,,:,....,..,:!,,litit, .:,,i, ,,,,,,,:2,,,.,..,,:4,,,.:.,,,,,,:,:,4,:, ,.. ,,,, ,,,
,,i,:,,,,,i,,,,,4..i,,:,:,,,,:i,,,,,,,,,,,..,;::,,.,,,I,,,,.,,,,.i.,,:,:i,,,,,,,,:,,,,,i,:w:,iii,.,i,:ii.:,:ii!,:::::,,,m,,mi.:,,E. ,,::,.10,:iiiiRgi:,?,,N,..,,,,,,?,,,,,:,,,,,i:::::,,,.,.,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,L.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,..,:....,...,,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,.,,, ,,,:.. ,:,,, :,,.,.....:.,
,:,"-,,":::,-,::::,,,,,,:,,,i,:,,,:,,,,,,i,,::,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,i,,p,:,:.rt,,,, ,.,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,t,,,,,o,;,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,::,:,,,,:,,,,:,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, :,
bitittkuttiiiiiiiiiattostiiiiiiki;umgimit,::g'::' :.::::04,ilii.liMii.:;;' ''',:. '-' --'-----';';"--'- .. ;::::','':'''::"''",ii::1,,ii:".::::::;i:::i:::iNiiKii:,:i:i:.:IN:s.::' f$, -

(7)
..7.....
U Na. e
,,-,,....,
1)
4o ;7..., 0-161. P
, : n e
1
''k
.0.11.
4 : 4i.. 1
N ,k. ,i ..
lb ii:;$
, '1 ,,:A.,1';!,
' :,. c ' i;,,,,,4 :,:.,
' 04.10,00,-."-:
'rri, I
Y:I --
11

0.
;i:1
prou
Zone
:4::,:
,:,-..::1.
D. It A P
41
.,, ,,:
1:1::
:':::
::
,
,
tf:'. 4.)

. I
, 1 ,,f,' 0 tot
, V 'I 1-,
,... .. .
. ,.
, .
. ..
. si,
,,-i:,, 0111W,..17,,' :::';1,1- :
'
, -.3,,rsk,-. ;,.,4-1.rfmN.,'; .4.4c. ''ZI f t.
.
,.
to:," s;.,,,..1,,,,..,..147,9,,, t : i:4..?... ,
:.::,,...,,df,1.:,: roe, "!:.1,:,..4. i 1
A'.11.!.,...'f:' :':6'.,,:,4
:,,;::4,: w.;0 ,'.:It- t
!6 1::''''' A.:'!, : ,...,,'.400e,:' 's
i,'.:.7:;,...):!.,4,-,r.;):::i!.:'.,- :f..,':',...:::4,,f..iii:mi:.
.
, 440.0,4460,;,,h),,2...i:,:,,,,:,::,,,m,;...:,:,::,,,:,:::, '',
'v;.; .A.,,,
,,,,,
...
,,, ;
.
..
1

- ..

a ,001
l'bo ra.64 I 04611

i
''.
'll 1 (1
.0-,
g

GLASSIFIED

DOAE1,0

YOU IA FIND co

Uifl

LOOKING

A ,ot

e,
b
goo
,

FOR

0

A

p

0

I



,

PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICA4 AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1SSI
-.11a
'
PO
111.
Orioles Move Into AI. Lead On Three

0

Willie Tasby Circles Bases
As Indians Throw Ball Away

o
,
By FRED

: NEW YORK, June 10 (UPI) Shades of John
MfGraw and the other fabled old Orioles, but did you

ses how the modern Orioles stormed into first place
on;a three-run bunt?
, ..
.
Wee W'ilhe Keeler himself nev- ...
er laid down a more producuve!
bunt and old Wilbert ttncle Rob- ; ik
tile) Robinson would have approv- k ? A : ,: :
ad the way Willie las Just kept
on runnin' while the Cleveland .,0,00""";"4,:x ,,:,.,::.i...,.,:,:ii,,..
Indians were throwing the ball 1 4,:::':.. 40:?,:ii.li.,,,
where their teammates weren't. .A s..:,...:.:','.I'ik,.,J1
It all happened in the fifth in- ': g .,, :: : z-:'::,,,:::.:,:...,.
jtiz4
ning last night wi-in the labulous. ;, ...::.::, .....,. :;i,,, :. :.
bunt led to a 7-3 victory and sent :,. .4?:';...:' ,. :lit.ii:..
the Orioles soaring into a tie with :.; V: ,i,;...:44iW.,:,..,;T:""t.,'.
the Chicago White Sox for the A- ,,:, f;;A:ta ...;:. ,...,:..:..1:..";inte
ii, 0
merican League lead the first ,, 1;;,1,::: : :::: ::::,:. :?,,i;::".0 e.,:
time in the modern history of the ,,i.si,i;?-?,: ::ik. ,i,,.,:V;:gik'
laub it has occupied or shared the "t.f.::-:,:'.::..;f.:..:;f,:i'.,:."0
top rung. 1 .i :Its.:',,':::.,-,:$10,..af: ..
' b : iii: FO.:.4'5 -;4:,fti,,, ,:,-,..:::::
Of course, couple of re : ,.......,.0:iii.-x3,$,,,w,:,:,:-, .. :,..:,z.::z,::::
bit-ball" homers by Gene Wood- .. .? ,:f::?.::.,.....::4.40: .: ,:::::,z::
ling and Chico Carrasquel did i t,,,xi,.;-w, :-.,;::::..:,....
help out but the big moment for r- 04.:,-V-k,:: ..,.::: .....,:;.:.:it
the second largest crowd in Bal. l'-' :iii.:.ii,gaik:..;.,'- ., .::::: ,,,,,:
timore's baseball history cam k -44iitt;:-,::: ..,::::,,ii:::: j:,:40
,,,::,.::.:,:,.:.,:1:,.:-. ... ... : ..:.,, ,,-:iikk,344
when Paul Richards told Tasby
to bunt with none out, Nits run runners
ners runners on via walks and the In- HECTOR LOPEZ
diens leading, 3-2, in the fifth ond setback for Chicago.
inning. Hector Lopes scored the ty tyTasbyflying
Tasbyflying tyTasbyflying down that line ing run after a triple in the
iike Sam (Jimmy) Scheckard him- ninth and singled home the de deselfbeat
selfbeat deselfbeat it out for a single and cisive 13th-inning run for tho
both runners scored to put the 0- Yankees who reacheo iiie .500-
rioles in front, 4-3, when pitcher mark and went into a fourth fourthMudcat
Mudcat fourthMudcat Grant threw the ball into place tie with the Tigers. Norm
right field. That also let Tasby Siebern and Mickey Mantle hom homreach
reach homreach third base and the not-so- red for the Yenkoes and Joe
wee Willie streaked home when DeMaestri had three hits for the
Rocky Colavito threw wildly to the A,s.
edge of the stands. Jerry Casale doubled to climai
The Washington Senators gave a live-run first-inning Boston ral
the Orioles an assist vvhen they ly- and then pitched a four-hate
topped the White Sox, 7-4, the for his fourth victory. Charlii
New York Yankees reached the Maxwell hit a two-run homer of
first division for the first time Casale ,who struck- our six batter
since April 25 with a 13-inning 9-8 and walked tato. 1,. ',
victory over the Kansas City Ath- Johnny Antnneln's fiVe-hit pitch
letics and the Boston Red Sox ing and three hits each by Will:it
ended the Detroit Tigers' four- Kirkland and Orlando Cepeda en
game winning streak, 5-2, in oth- abled the Giants to hand the Pir
er American League games. ates their fifth loss in six games
The San Francisco Giants beat Antonelli struck out eight for hi,
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-2, and eighth : victory and yielded singli
moved within ,Odito games of the runs on. laWuinirig homers by D01
National Leaguto;) lead when the Hoak 'atieli, Diek StOOrt'.41- -..'kt.',
St. Louis Cardinals routed the Ken BOW droYi in four run,
first-place Milwaukee Braves, 12-3. with a homer, double and singli
The Los Angeles Dodgers shaded to lead a 16-hit St. Louis attacl
the Philadelphia Phillies, 3-2, and that also included three hits eacl
the Chicago Cubs beat Cincinnati, by Don Blasingame and Willi
8-4. White. The Cardinals routed an
Billy Loes, as rubber-armed an cient nemesis Warren Spahn wit
Oriole as Willie (Chick) Hoffer, five rillIS and six hits in 4 2-8 in
while 01. i.0114-8014 114104T
took over forasitimor in the nings, Soahn't record, is .evt.41-
seventh inning-40d held the Ind Indians
ians Indians hitless the Itmeindet of the jackson'e liarie is "4-e.':'-'7 'i7.''''''
way to preserve Ernie Johnson's Wally Moon, who tripled an
third win. Loes entered with the scored in the fourth inning, dout
bases filled and nobody out but led home the deeisivl run in th
got one out on a pop and then sixth inning for Los Angeles. Sta
struck out two batters to end the Williams. aided by Sandy Koufa)
Tribe's last threat. The fireballing ninth-inning relief, won his thir
right-hander now is credited with game. The setback dropped th
eight "saves",as a relief pitcher. phillies,. into the NJ,. basemen'
Two homertiay rookie Bob Al- Hometa,434.,,,ErnieOlItanks, Dal
hson kept the Senators in their Long and tobby Tbrtigon led th
game with the White Sox and they Cubs to their sixth win in seve
finally won it when relief pitcher games on the wings of a 16-h
Turk Lown hit one man with the attack. Billy Henry, who pitche
bases filled and forced in two more the last 2 2-3 innings. won hi
with walks in the eighth inning. fourth decision while Joe Ni,,h,
Truman Clevenger scored his sec- suffered his fourth loss for Cinch
ond win for the Senators and sati. Vada Pinson hit a two-ru
Lowt) was charged with his sec- homer for the Reds.

Austin looks years ahead with the

New swift line, new uncrowded comfort
1114 new Austin A58 Cambridge Mk. is now in our
thoteroome.
Here or a for facia mid figures shout it:
New sleek line designed by Pinin Farina. Room for five in
comfort. Giant boot takes all the family luggage. All Allrowel
rowel Allrowel unreetrieted view for the driver. a-speed gearbox
witk either steering aolumn or sientral floor gear change.
litre 4-cylinder engine. Top speed over 75 mph.
Coins and are Am ma, deplore it, drive Tsiephotte, or itet
ceitt infer Jess trial rart.

C. Z. $2,07S
CIA. CYRNOS, 5. A.
CYRNOS
FRANGIPANI ST.

TODAY
TIVOLI
15e.
BANK! $125.00
THE SAGA OF
HEMP
mith Rory Calhoun
Mao:
'Dracula'. Daughter
with Otto Kruger

DOWN

...
.
.
,, ..- ...
1 ,,
' -, t 1 A .
,
.. ,. ; .::. .:.-:.:?.:i,,:,.. .. .: ..... ... . :.
' ..,,, i,:,. ;:,...:-: 4 At444- i 4 ,,-
1 ' ::0::.' :. :::- :i' .:::: :-';': .&':::. 4:.;,:?:
I .v.--,:,:. '':. :: . ...., ... . ..
' '' :.,,, ...:: .: --:....
1 .:',': -:.,: :::, -, ::' ifiek
' ''',: ii .. ::, ; '',,,:40,
. ..' f: 11.7 :;V:. -t:',.:',..;,..,,m..:::...
..,:' !:.: 't,:, : :"... :? : .: i; ::. :,.,:,:,:,'.. ,,,
.. : ,.. !';.!:!7, i,.: .'-' .., : :. .:.;,i '.... '.':4,5,,?, 0,,-
N ,.,,, .,:: .:: .,!:::ESk.5,,,, ..'
.:.. 4: ?':,:.:::... ,:i.,f.... .:,,,,,:r:,:.... .1.
C
- ::',' .1' , : : .:,,5' ::Al . . .
' r.:.: ''.:'. ,isii;o0t,'-'fs' -, :, :: ,:;;; :.: : .: S
,- ii. :::::'',.,!:!4..!'-, -,xg'!!"'. ., .. '...:-.:::4
I if
.T; 401,,,,::- ::',..6E:;$!:.'.4,. -:..: .:.::'::::::...:.'!:.
ilk
.1t7;,.0.',:::::'1::.g.:.0: ..: .::4-;...,:?
,- ''. -':..k'' ..,.:',';','.-.-- -..,.. : ':::! .....!:::.,A. 1
1,, !?.:12.'!;::" ....1VV.-:..::::.;: .!:.;.:... ...,a..::a'.',.-.:,:..,..
..- 1....!-,.gis4,Lx!:.!:'..!-. :-..-.:',.,:. ::.....i',4..:.8WA 1
tr- :',iffliiAgiiii.-'.-:.'..:::-:: ....--;:rs,:::',.:,.;4,,-.1$041 1
k '101M.4.:.. . . .. ..
. ... ...
.

A's.
Jerry Casale doubled to climax
a live-run first-inning Boston ral-1
ly and then pitched a four-hitter
for his fourth victory. Charlie,
Maxwell hit a two-run homer off!
Casale -who struck out six batters
and walked tWo.
Johnny Anteneln's five-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching and three hits each by Willie
Kirkland and Orlando Cepeda en enabled
abled enabled the Giants to hand the Pir Pirates
ates Pirates their fifth loss in six games.
Antonelli struck out eight for his
eighth victory and yielded single
runs oo Winning homers by Don
Hoak Did StOirt.'It
Ken BOW droVe in foul' runs
with a homer, double and single
to lead a 16-hit St. Louis attack
that also included three hits each
by Don Blasingame and Willie,
White. The Cardinals routed an ancient
cient ancient nemesis Warren Spahn with
five runs and six hits in 4 2-8 in innings,.
nings,. innings,. ,record, is ,eVq,41-7
while 0; renle7goi4
Jackson's' inside is
Wally Moon, who tripled and
scored in the fourth inning, doub doubled
led doubled home the deeisivl run in the
sixth inning for Los Angeles. Stan
Williams. aided by Sandy Koufax'
ninth-inning relief, won his third
game. The setback dropped the
Phillies,, into the N.L. basement.
HomilitrW,trnie0anks, Dale
Long and 'Bobby Tbrdlon led the
Cubs to their sixth win in seven
games on the wings of a 16-hit
attack. Billy Henry, who pitched
the last 2 2-3 innings. won his
fourth decision while Joe bloxhall
suffered his fourth loss for Cincin Cincinsati.
sati. Cincinsati. Vada Pinson hit a two-run
homer for the Reds.
:;
x0H 2,8 Jr

ft.00100401004 0 ,000 040

RirDomanas TODAY

CAPTOLIO

VICTORIA
15e.

Ilse. rec.
REVOLT IN THE
RIG HOUSE
with Gene Evans

RENGAI,
11 RIGADE
- Also:

Ala):
MACABRE

RIDE CLEAR
OF DIARLO

Sugar Hart,
Isaac Logart
Clash Tonight

1
1 CHICAGO, June 10 (UPI)
Isaac Logart of Cuba, a one-time
top-ranked welterweight, clashes
tonight with Garnet (Sugar) Hart
of Philadelphia, current holder of
the No. 1 rating, in a televised 10-
round bout at the Chicago Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Logart, a veteran of 74 fights at
26 and listed lOth in the division,
needs a victory or at least a draw I
in his last chance to remain
among 'he nation's "name" fight fighters.
ers. fighters. But Hart was favored to out outpunch
punch outpunch the crafty Cuban and soli solidify
dify solidify his position for a shot at
champion Don Jordan.
Hart is top-ranked by the Na-1 I
tional Boxing Association, but
Ring Magazine puts him downs as
No. 2 welterweight, behind Virgil i
Akins.
Hart's manager, Marty Stein,1
said he "just can't see" Akins as
a possible challenger because of
his loss to Jordan in a previous!
chance.
Logart, Stein said, should lac
"the final step" to a title bout
with Jordan.
Hart goes into the match with
a 27-3-2 record, including a one oneround
round oneround knockout of Willie Johnston 1
in his last time out, April 23.
Twnety-one of Hart's 27 victories
were by kayoes. He was knocked
out twice in two of his three set-
backs.
Hart spent much of last year
nursing and injured right band
which forced him to remain ma maactive
active maactive for about six months.
returned to action and score an
upset decision over clever Ralph
Dupas on Dec. 28. Johnston came 1

upset decision over cleve-r Saturday afternoon, June 20, a
Dupas on Dec. 28. Johnston came elind BegeY Golf Tournament will
next. be held at the Summit Golf Club
honoring Al R. Kline who is leav leaving
ing leaving shortly. He is returning to Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, Georgia, where he hopes to
4, :o
remain until retirement.
Al has been in this area for the
411 79tn past three years or so, and has
ZigheN participated in many of the tour
naments held on both sides of the
Isthmus. It is hoped that all his
friends will come out to Summit
LATIN AMERICAN to bid him farewell.
SCHOOL LEAGUE ALBROOK
Beer will be available on the
AIR FORCE BASE
course filth George Dilfer co coBy
By coBy HENRY L. HEREVY operating to make the affair
success. An entry fee of $1 will
entitle the holder to play the
It has not stopped, the seesaw
course have all the Cervoza Na Nathat
that Nathat is, up and down. This tune
cional he can consume on the
American Supply stepped down
course (if the caddies can be kept
and Cerveza Balboa stepped up.
fet lunch.
away from the,kegs),,.and lauf4
Los Cerveceros were hot and
It would be appreciated' if all
no bowling put out by Volkswagen
who desire to particpate will call
team. Top scores for Cerveza Dal Daleither
either Daleither the Summit Golf Club
boa were Spiros, who wanted to
vindicate himself, and did by hoid- 4-388, or the Fort Amador Golf
Club 272-5230 or 5231, so that the
ing his highest series yet, a 498,
chef can make the necesary pre
rations. Remember the date
and Hernandez with a 468. For the
Carmen Serna joined with an ex
and time, June 20, 1:30 a.m. and
plosive 598 and Doc Alemany add
the place--the Summit Golf Club.
ed his grain of salt worth 393 Dins.

Los Cerveceros were hot and
no bowling put out by Volkswagen
team. Top scores for Cerveza Bal
boa were Spiros, who wanted to
vindicate himself, and did by hoid hoiding
ing hoiding his highest series yet, a 498,
and Hernandez with a 468. For the
Carmen Serna joined with an ex explosive
plosive explosive 598 and Doc Alemany add added
ed added his grain of salt worth 393 pins.
Well, like 1 said, American Sup Supply
ply Supply is now in second place a full 4
points behind first place and all
Jewelers from Mercurio, now the
jewels werd to this team's nead
and thought they were Diamonds
cutting glass the way they were
knoking those pins down, all to
their credit, and the jewels with
the most spurkle with Teal with
451 and Bees ler with a 444 seres.
For the Suppliers, Morado came
thru with a 415 series and Michael
with a 384.
Then there was La Mascota Lnd
Gulfpride, as the night began,
The Haberdashers thought they
had it made the way they took the
first game. From then on things
got all together impossibl?. The
Wildcatters brought out the h0a h0avy
vy h0avy drilling equipment and proced proceded
ed proceded to drill the ten pins all over
the place and concluded by tak taking
ing taking tht last three points. Hodge
and Miranda provided the dyna dynamite
mite dynamite for the Wildcatters and it was
potent enough for 475 and 459, res respectively.
pectively. respectively. For the Custom Tailors,
Hervey pitched in a 499 series and
Gonzales a 396. series.
All this time there was Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro fighting like mad to get out of
the cellar and this time they al almost
most almost succeed. They took 3 points
from Crawford Agencies and that
puts them exactly 12 point in the
cellar. I am betting that they are
going to get out, so watch out
Volkswagen. Anyway, the highest
series rolled by the Smokers were
turned hi by Di Paulo 429 and
Shaffer with a 391. Crawford A Agencies'
gencies' Agencies' best were Opio, alias "Le "Lechero"
chero" "Lechero" with a 428 and Sic lair with
a 398.
Team Standings Won lost
Cerveza Balboa 37 19
American Supply 33 23
Gulfpride 2812 27lis
Volkswagen 28 2712
Menturio 26 30
1,a Mascots 25IA 30IA
Crawford Agencies 23 33
Marlboro 22 3312
R I 0
25e.
RANK! $500.00
SPOILER OF THE
FOREST
with Rod Cameron
- Also:
RIO GRANDE
with John Wayne

HIS GOALHenry Aaron looks at a picture of Bill Terry, who as a New York Giant in 1930
was the last National Leaguer to bat .400. The Milwaukee outfielder always said he might
attain that figure if he got off to a good start. His wrist hitting and smooth pivot will help.

Bolt Laughs At Odds Making
Snead,Palmer Open Favorites

Blind Bogey Golf
Tourney at Summit
I
To Honor Al Kline
SPECIAL RACE SERVICE
YONKERS, N.Y. (UPI)--Special
subway and bus service will
be started from mid-Manhattan to
the Yonkers Raceway track start starting
ing starting Junt 18. Speeial trains from
Grand Central Station will run
non-stop to within a few miles of
the track from where 25 or more
buses will carry customers the re remainder
mainder remainder of the way.
Aglriq0
'Today ENCANTO 35c
Eartha Kitt, in
"ANNA LUCASTA"
Prohibited for Minors under
18 years old!
Alec Guinness in
"THE HORSE'S MOUTH"
t4411111a1ww1w1m111111.1

- SERVICE CENTERS TONIGHT!

BALBOA

is:3477 THE LOW-DOWN ON THE GIRLS WHO GET AROUND!
, p RT
, ""'"I
, Sr:
$!4 aka.,,tuat.
';1:44,4 47:110&) 84.te."110
t,,
'ITAYLOR CYO CHAR1SSE LEE J. COBB r
JOHN ',11'1 a exit mama HeArRe

"t r:;;N:.:J. to, t, 77,44,
'W,vt? 4-46.6iii;s4A0040"444:
ounin
RO TAYLOR CYO CHAR1SSE LEE J. COBB
JOHN ',11'1 a exit mama

ALSO SHOWING THURSDAY!

DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Victor Mature
Anita Ekberg
'INTERNATIONAL POLICE"
Thursday "Hot Spell"
7 :00
ICE"
1,,

rARGARITA Vivian Leigh Marlon Brand
7:00 "A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE"
Thursdiy "LA PARISIENNE"
,-......---

1
PARAISO 7:00 SANTA CRUZ CAMP 131
7:00 7:00
R. Widmark B. Fitzgerald "The Man
"BACKLASH" "NAKED CITY" Bitter Hi
""41' MATINEES TOMORROW! 4--

BALBOA 2:00 p.m.
Victor Mature
"CHIEF CRAZY HORSE"

1,1

By LEO H. PETERSEN
MAMARONECK, N.Y. (UPI)
Defending champion Tomy Bolt
today laughed at the, odas Liat
made Sammy Snead and Arnold
Palmer co favoites to win the
U.S. Open championship starting
tomorrow and warned "don't sell
old Tommy too short."
Temperamental Tommy, who in insists
sists insists he has "gotten into the narnt,
of positive thinking," didn't feel
too badly he'cause he was lis.ed
at 20 to 1.
"Why there aren't more than 20
guys who can win this tournament
and they all ought to be 20 to 1,"
he reasoned. "I'm not picking my-'
self, but I'm playing well. Don't
sell old Tommy (he's now 40) too
short. I've got into the habit ot
positive thinking."

positive thinking." Kuenn, Det.
Fox, Chic.
iKaiine, Det.
Optimistic and quieter than usu usuitunneis,
itunneis, usuitunneis, Bo,
al, Boit snickered when advised
that Snead and Palmer were joint "odling Ia
favorites at 6 to 1.
Lopez, N.Y.
Mantle, N.Y
Snead, as usuol the sentimental
Allison, Was
favorite, turned in a two under PhilliPs9 Chi
par 36-32-681 practiseeroundMen
par 36-32-68 practice round Mon- Yost, Del
dayi-the fourth.successive sub-par,
round he has shot here.

Ben Hogan, shooting for his
fifth Open title and grouped with
Mike Souchak and Gene Littler at
12-1, carded a 36-34 par 70 Mon Monday,
day, Monday, but complained that his oack
"still bothers me now and then."
He is not only one in the field
of 150 who will tee off Thursday
with an ailment. Masters cham champion
pion champion Art Wall had a bad ankle.
He said his ankle was swollenbut
that he would not have come here,
"if I didn't expect to play."
Palmer, who withdrew from the
Eastern Open on Sunday because
of a bad back, said he would show
up for the practice rounds today.
Others who were hurting inetud inetuded
ed inetuded Jackie Burke with a pul!ed
tendon in his left wrist; former
Open champion Julius Boros who
complained of "back spasms," and
Clarence Doser with a bad elbow,
But all were expected to be
ready tomorrow.
Cary Middlecoff was listed as
the third choice in the field at 7-1
followed by Wall at 8-1. Then after
that 12-1 group came Burke, Bo Boros,
ros, Boros, PGA champion Dow Fluster Flusterwald,
wald, Flusterwald, Gary Player and Jay He Hebert
bert Hebert at 15-1.
AIR-CONDITIONED
6:15 8:15
GIRLS WHO GET AROUND!
GAMBOA 7 :00
"Never Love A Stranger"
Thursday NO SHOW!
GAVIN 7 :00
NO SHOW!
Thursday 1
"Escape From Red Rock"
CAMP !WEBB
7:00
"The Man From
Bitter Ridge"
MARGARITA 2:30 p.m.
John Wayne
"DAKOTA" and Serial
P

LEADING
HITTERS

Based on( 150 official at bats)
National League
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 53 217 41 90 .415
Burgess, Pit. 47 159 20 55
Cepeda, S.F. 54 217 42 74 .341
Willie, St. L. 40 154 23 51
Mays, S.F. 54 217 48 71 .327
Pinson, Lin. 54 z44 4'i 73 .,i26
Bouchee Phi. 50 184 29 60 .326
Temple, Cin. 54 212 40 68 .321
Cimoli, St. L. 51 206 32 65 .316
Bruton, Mil. 45 171 29 54 .316
American League
45 176
53 216
Sz L0t)
52 20a
48 151
44 16a
41 179
50 174
53 210
48 175
24
30
31
20
36
32
35
41
62
72
6o
67
49
51
55
53
63
52
.352
333
.330
.325
a09
.J05
.300
..297
Aunneis, Bo.
oodling Ea.
Mantle, N.Y.
Lopez, N.Y.
Phillips, Chi.
Allison, Was.
Yost, Del.
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks Cubs
noonison, heds
Aaron, bray2s
Cepeaa, Giants
Pinson, 'leas
50
51
5u
48
45
42
40
51
3ii
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
AKwron, ankees
Jensen, Reu oox
Lopez, 'lc ankees
Allison, senators
Trianuos, Orioles
Ataxweit, I igers
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Rooinson, Reds
Banks, Cuos
Byer, Carus
Cepeda, Giants
20
15
14
14
13
13
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Allison, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
.
19
11
13
lj
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 5 or more decisons)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L
8 0
4 1
4 1
7 2
6 2
Pct.
1 000
.800
.800
.778
.750
Face, Pirates
Elston, Cubs
Rush, Braves
Mizell, Cards
Podres, Dodgers
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wilhelm, Orioles 9 0
Larsen, Yankees 5 1
Fischer, Senators 5 1
Shaw, White Sox 5 2
Pappas, Orioles 5 2
gum ME MB 111 gm
.000
.833
.833
.714
.714
1111DRIVE-In
17:00 TODAY 9:00
rosmApRer Nair I
Charlton HESTON in
"ARROW HEAD"
In TECHNICOLOR!
11 Tomorrow 1 1
MARSHALL THOMPSON
IMarla LAND!! in
"FIRST MAN INTO
SPACE"
EMI 1

m......0

National League
TEAMS
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Chicago
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Philadelphia
W 1. Pct. GB
32 21 .604
31 24 .564 2,
29 26 .527 4
29 26 .527 4
28 27 .509 5
25 29 .463 7
21 31 .404 1012
20 31 .392 11
Today's Games
Mdwaukee at St. Louis (N)
San Frascisco at Pittsburgh (N)
Cincinnati at Chicago
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N)
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 000 121 000-4 7 0
Chicago 000 130 31x-8 16 0
Nuxhall (3-4), Acker, Arroyo
and Bailey.
Anderson, Henry (4-2) and Nee Neeman.
man. Neeman. (Night Game)
Los Angeles 010 101 000-3 4 1
Phil. 101 000 000-2 5 2
Willia m s (3-1), Koufax and
Roseboro.
Semproch ( 2-4), Meyer, Conley
and Sawatski.
(Night Game)
San Fco. 100 200
Pittsburgh 000 000
Ailtonelli (8-3) and
Law (5-4), Blackburn,
Polies.
300-6 11 0
101-2 5 2
Landrith.
Smith and
(Night Game)
Mil. 000,001 200-3 7 0
St. Louis 000 235 02x-12 10 0
Spahn (7-7), Jay9 Hartman,
Giggle, Trowbridge and Crandall.
Jackson (4-6) and H. Smith.
' P
By OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPI)--There's a
heap of gold to be dug on the pro professional
fessional professional fairways but those warm warming
ing warming up for the U.S. Open today
will tell you that hamburgers and
coffee usually precede the caviar
and champagne.
The golling gypsies play tor a
whale of a lot of money they days
with $10,000 on the line in tnc, big
one Thursday through Saturday.
And it looks iike a license to b'xal
when you figure that Art Wall won
$335b00 (wring tne rirst
months this year.
But what twout the poor joKers
wno finish out of the money?
ake Jimmy lieniale,, Ulu ,augh ,aughing
ing ,aughing boy you'id think never him a
hungry moment in Ms wnole rain rainbow
bow rainbow career. Jimmy is "fat" in the
wailet now witn mree Masters un unGer
Ger unGer nis belt aim a piusn job at the
ritzy Lonearo notel ,ulaniesna
Lase, Wilco permits rum to
sneer at toe arouous.tasK qua,-
lOr tfiL tipm
FILED BAGS WITH
URANtiES
"But it wasn always thus," he
laul;ns. "fine Lillie ul'Oppeu
oags out tne oacK winuow of a
nom oecause ouion illy
way loose. Ana tnere were unies,
on &nose k lorala courses, a,,teu
we'o stice a ail into tne orange
groves, taktog Lae out ot
putle,,Ly LO tatre and Ho up
coe g,tni oat, WM' tirciAACS. c.attitt,
oralibcs.
Ben itogan quit tne tour
oi ilecessay more lie
inaue it sack anu lonimy Dolt,
the delenunig uircto
pion, once oiuke uowo just cib
ran -out ot gasoline money in a
iitue town to Aorta Lan) iota. lie
nau to sell ail, um goa um's ne
nau at, eau),
incncy until ne antic a job at a
uriviog
"Wnen int tne tour in 1947,
1 gm. to tiousion anti r Latin
a wine telt, recalls Boo loski.
"We wireu my rower lor money
anct gni a wire back in which he
saw, 'Please sena me some, I'm
broke too.' 1 borrowed enough to
play anu shot a 61 on the lust
roundawn sneer hungerto win
$zat). From were on, inings ior iortunatety
tunatety iortunatety got beiter."
WON MARRIAGE MONEY
Yeto wfien he wanted to get
married in 1953, Toski's itancee
said she thought they should have
at least $5,000 in the bank.
"I've got it," Toski said, al although
though although he had "way less titan
that." So he went to Havana with
Ms remaining capital, won the
tournament there and got married
on his $2,800 winnings.
'"foday, a lot of the young play players
ers players get somebody to back them on
the t o u r", says Jackie Burke.
"But you can bet they aren't all
going to be the great players on
the pro tour. "To lo that, you

El AleN,-----or-jr. -tat ::
' od
4
a ,:, s vport riap i l
4 L., A , t-(1, ,o., I ve
4.,
Ai-)e!' J-,4 ,,I., ,i
, Lp3,,,,,..,,,
tv 4
irbro. 1,, ---
.
le )
N
ii, ,s, Ar,
IN

0 wa,..,

,
Americin Leagne
AS
W 1.. Pct., GB
go 29- 24 .S47
nom 29 24 .547
land 26 24 .520 lYs
it 26 26 .500 2Ys
York 25, 25 .500 2Ys
is City '24 25 .490 3
ington 24 29 .453 5
23 29 442 51s
TEAMS
Chicago
Baltimore
Cleveland
Detroit
Now York
Kansas City
Washington
Boston
Today's Games
Chicago at Washingrton (N)
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at Boston
Kansas City at New York
Yesterday's Results
(Night Gan
Cleveland 011 100 000,3 8 2
Balt. 200 032 00x-7 11 1
Grant (3-2), McLish, Cicotte
and Fitzgerald, Nixon.
O'Dell, Johnson (3-1), Loes and
Triandos.
(Night Game)
Wash. 100 100 23x-7 10 40
Chicago 100 100 200-4 12 '2
Shaw, Stanley, Lown (3-2) arid
Lollar.
Fischer, Clevenger (2-1) a41:1
Porter, Courtney.
(Night Gant')
Detroit 000 200 000-2 4
Boston 500 000 000-5 9 0
Davie (2-2), Bumside, Schultz
and Berberet
Casale (4-4 and Da kJ
(Night Game)
KC. 000 520 100 000 0-8 12- 2
N. Y. 130 201 001 000 1-9 17- 3
Kucks, Dickson, Meyer, Sturdi Sturdivant
vant Sturdivant (1-31 and Rouse.
Ford, Terry, Bronstad, Shantz,
Duren, Coates (1-0) and Berra.
FRALEY

have to start out hungry and
not using that as an expression:1,n
mean belly hungry, man."
All of the great ,ones can teA7.1,
you they were. .0,cm
Galun Pool, Gym
s'ylR
' 1, 04
Imer Programs --
Classes at the Gatun Pool ire,'
now in session. Registrations are
being accepted for "B", "I", "T,,,,
,
and Jr. Life Saving.
,;'l 1,1
The complete program is:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednek,",'
day "B' for Gatun children
9:30 (6 yrs. and up). Monday Tues:;,,"
day and Wednesday Nurse,r7,
School Age 9:30-10:00. Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday "B" Mac Macgarita
garita Macgarita children 10:00-10:4
Monday Tuesday and Wednes-,,.,
day "I" Gatun children 9:30-10;,-00f.,
Monday Tuesday and WednesdaiA
"I" Margarita 10:30-11:00.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thum,
day, "S". All Interested 2:00-2:30 :.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes",
day, Jr. Life Saving for all 1:3()..
2:30 (Qualifications for Jr. Life
Saving, 12 years and up)
Tuesda3, and Thursday, Com-,-,
petive Swimming Work-outs ,1:901,,,
2:00.
Monday and Friday, Freee eiwunt,
ming for Margarita 2:00-4:00 r
Thursday and Friday, I,' r e,at
Swimming for Margarita 2:004z097,:.
Thursday and Friday, Free SwiansA0
ming for Gatun 9:00-10:00 (begin-
ners. filt410
All children must bring s their!:.
swimming cards when they tome,.
to the pool, non-swimmers EtISO
when they come for classes. 1)14,1
A bus will leave the Margarita :
Gym Monday, Tuesday, a ni (11,1
Wednesday, mornings at 8:45 and,
will return to the Gym at '1130,.Pt
On Monday and Friday at 2:04:,;
a bus will leave the Margarita
Gym for free swimming and
turn at 4:00. 4 1,s
The sports program of the Ga..,
tun Gymnasium will begin immec,
diately With the following arche.,,i,
ry schedule: ,1

ry scnedule:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday andA
Friday, 11 years and up 9:00-10.00
Monday, Tuesday, Thum la-7 are
Friday, 8, 9 and 10 10:00-113K
Other activities will 'begin 01.",
soon as the gym is open. Thty
will include such sports as base',
kethall, volleyball, tumbling, WV.
ball, etc. It 41
On Saturday mornings at 9 'ST'
cock the Summer Recreation Win,
sponsor swim meets fox all Gt. '"
tun children.
BASEBALL TOURNEY SET .14,
.
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (1.17I)--The
15th annual All-AMerican Mtg.!'
teur Baseball Limited Divisloa"
tournament will be held in Johnifr.:.
town beginning on Aug. 12
continuing Orate' Au& SI
is

.1
kip
it
AO
ilf

,14

),



- ,,,110,-......".0....0, 4.nr.
Mir
.1...M,
.,
I
Ayr:
1INFSDAY, -ME 10, 1959
Till PANAMA asmuctif AN IND12P126 INT DAMP terwsrns
- PACK illtit-'!"

v,Ato

1 f.4

-,
RELSPAc-5
es,41LED
Ord r 'STAFF
OP 64L.rEdeNa
5TARTERS, PAcEs
THEM N KiN
I
0 k
OW
, ,k,
E
You know:Aiomething? Carman
Bast lio cou414,11Pjaveitte.4
laugh on 'Our siratigery subrinssive-
ring solons and the not 'so
strangely imperious Sugar' R'a y
Robinson.
Know something else? Millions
of fight fans, sick of vacillating
commissions and dictatorial cham champions,
pions, champions, probably hope he does.
Here's how it could- work.. There
are'only two then libbinson can
make money with, Basilio and
old Archie Moore.
If Basilio stands firm, refuses
to listen to new appeasements
and goes through with the propos proposea
ea proposea Gene Fullmer match, with or
withourNBA title bleSsingi,, Rob Robinson
inson Robinson would have lift only Moore.
And the Ancient One would
theit be. in the driver's seat.
This is itself is a titillating pros prospee.
pee. prospee. It certainly would be a nov novel
el novel experience for the Harlem hot
shot, who customarily determines
not only what he shall receive,
butbis opponent as well. In the
pait he's usually had an alter alternatiVe
natiVe alternatiVe and the promoter acceded,
or lost a sure-fire attraction.
Nifiw time and opponents are
running out on him in his 40th
year. This had to be his last
chine to make a fat pav day.
And' if he's' lost Basilio as a lu lucrative
crative lucrative source, or-and as a bar bargaining
gaining bargaining property, he must sign on
theAncient One's terms, or get
losL .which might not be a bid
ideti at that.
What makes Robinson unpalatable-is
not that he drives a hard
bargain, this being, in faet, a
mark of his box-office appeal and
business acumen, but rather his
tactics, evasion, subterfuge, dupli duplicityt
cityt duplicityt his insolent disregard for
reillations except when they can
be-exploited to his advantage.
And yet, even in this area, the
blame is less his than the politicat-hacks
who comprise most com commissions.
missions. commissions. A typical example is
the.New York mitt heads (we al almost
most almost wrote meat heads) N ho
were mouse-trapped by a fla flagrant
grant flagrant transparency. So bedazzled
, were they by the Sugar Man's
fast shuffle, they solemnly freed
the culprit and jailed the victim
lt-was also typical of Robinson
that when the angered, mumilat mumilated
ed mumilated Basilio expressed scorn tor
thorMack Sennett parody, and an anBowled
Bowled anBowled his readiness to.fight
mes, he, the Sugar Man, resort resorted
ed resorted to the language of the ignor ignorant,He
ant,He ignorant,He called Basilio 3T1low.
Look Who's Talking
For Robinson, this was an un unhappy
happy unhappy choice of invective, since
it invited man to man compc.ri compc.risoaf
soaf compc.risoaf the result of Which was to
shame Ms patriotism and exoose
his bravery as a commercial
commodity bearing a price tag.
Alcombat Marine, Basin came
(:: Gut :of the war with distinction,
respect and treasured symbols of
valor.
Besides which; the plain, up upState
State upState onion farmer had more than
bold. his own with Robinson in
thair first match, and although
fighting with a tightly closed left
eyefrom the fifth round on in
tha-Dext one, be ceaselessly press pressed
ed pressed the attack, defied Robinson to
upend him, was never off his

,-,-
1: ',Lfi
, ..,., .,, , '- t". .-, -,:. 14,047t A'-'' r f'",i,i,,,,.,;:' 4,:t, 5
4 ..
"N I -.HELPING HAND 1-:-:-e-...
..
, ,
niNie OP 044512E
' 7;45 PlIZITAS;
013(.31-0 as x r
i
wEREArraw7Aar ,, ft,,
, .
I-maze:Aar cg. A ci
, 4 ,.00E,' t
,'
.44, fit la
,
3.1'
t '.4 "'t. A
,,
0011.1:75.3:7?:::;;P,T: A! t5.1t.,:i '' 1
'',., ,,7,4,., .,;',A 't '. ;tie' "' ;
,,,- t''''rit,45Vtlkiik4's tliFe"!'-' ''' ::'''.
,',.;!, ,,..,t-Z4r,Z;;','',Iti:Zi,,:stili',.,4,:',,MtA4."r,,
,A7,,L .,;',;',Z!'ke, 1;4',!.',;;4.1At:ist 4,4:31'N'
'';?;'''?t7i',7,, '.0,4.011ef,';'(';.'t,o'2''ff:',tr. ''. ':',!Pi'4'.';',.4-t-r'
... Ofr. ''' ' 4'1 .4 '5,m1,04.9"
!'f, ,' r "; if -'' 71 ,-.'s
. Atij ,4,:,,;',or,;,--, RN , ,4,,,t ,,,
- :5, il ,.,!:,,...,-1 1 7e, : friL
., ,,,,. ',', f,:-., -.,-).F,1,5 ,'-',4 f ,;ist',-,-
4 ,1,,,, , IT';'1,44.,...V.F-0:, -4it,pf 1.1i,i,',.?:;''
'' .?..'ititf:' -ttt't-,4P.';'''..:: ",, ',,,,ti ,,i-rili,
. r .
1 ,,,..:, ,,e- er.,..lx , .4
.:: '.'t--, ;;;;,-' -,srf7,1' i J:?,;,;' AYf,'.fik
' ',Ill- q;;''' ,;.t.; '''' '44,44
;.''41,7,,!. -,,,,4,--, A 41-40 t',,,i r
, '1.-0,'-4 ,,,;,,,,,T:,, -.' i:;::1'.6 0 0;154.4,-;0 ,,
',.....,'-:::(:.,in' .eev.:4;;;"T". 7; :: ,., 00411,' i, 1
. t -54 p,,:d4 ,',1:l ,;,,-"'"V:mo ,.
0
1 )
0 t , ..g. I .3?T!: ,,,- 4 -,,,,,,,t4:42,4444A i- 1
ROY A Ivisi," ,:Ar.ffei,.4,4ei ;, L
.;,:.:4 ,itp,Pvt,. ti.,,q4'1;';,,A'''''''''''''4,4 ,,,
1,,-4,4.f ,,.,,,,, .-2-,'..', ,,,, i- v., 4 .,
42. ;" ii '4'1A.t' ''''.if::.,- '",f;,.. -:;,;!'-',,:',1, ,.?' -.,-.
; c
1 v. 411; .,'., '!,;,,,;2,4,;:. t.',V,L19 '.:-''?,:ii',57.
.1(k,
' ill ',',.-i- i-,i,:',,, .',.. 47,.,!.A..,-,;4;e:.4;t0 ,. -7s--)
,
.
' ( i ",,,,,,t,o,- -, ,-,,,J, ,., ,,,,.
-4,
4,,1, ,,!ko ,,
. r 4"07,1i,e ''"- I-Alt4;i f 'Z'''' '-i 4 4.'
,,
ti- ,"-.4ko'iii,,,,,;. 1,.;z-4,4, ., ....,;'': ;,, ;,,
: '7'4'1, : ,V,',,,,,, A,;;;,,,, -,: ':.','4
, .- $4;',:',4; : i,'4,,,,,.,,:.'... elk., ,;,',:'
.'4".'!'., 1!",,,,, tvik,:.. 4-4 : 11,
f.t,l'!' I'::", ;144,'; ; '44141,4?"'"
i
- 01 - ''' ' '.: :.'-,-;':(4';:,,,,I''.-'1,; frf's
' t WE FrAirt : .....7 .---
i
'1.:'
; : ' 1
11,411C-r7 Ws tAll6ft ki i ,-.
', --, MORS 1PAA -;',..;.,,,' ':' 57
.-4, ", ;AcoS -,...-, . . e e e 4'- ., 15-
,
i t, ,t v
,e.'
t 1 : 1 --4b.
,J, '1
-
,
1 t ,, v.,
1Ill
i
.
:. ,,-
liala -', "'" ...7wE RELSP- Zt lit ,,t
.. Ar-E SALED f 'it ,Ai
atir,4 15rAFF j
- --',..
z a liosi op 641-7-E,eNa ,,A., ...2,,. ,,it
2IHP 1 VIS1D11
r'... 5TARTERS,"ACES .,--.,N Ill. W 101'.. id a In .,
"'6;rupwtspoiCIOALe
THEm Al KlN Milos-v-4 Wrir :de

'ore

WILLIAMS
. ,,,,,:4.,,,,.,,. ,!;- .,

feet', finfshed strong, and Seething,
ikootItiPPOWAbiliettaalleAliait- won.
The decision, however, was just.
But Robinsok hadn't, .wpn like an
all-time great- He had to be car carried
ried carried from the ring, physically
spent, or seemingly so. The Su Sugar
gar Sugar Man is strictly from SmIth
field, and you can never be cer certain
tain certain he isn't hamming it up. If he
wasn't on this night, it may ex explain
plain explain why he's been so deviously
cozy about getting into the ring
with Basilio again. Let's see now,
who called whom yellow?
--
Moore Has the Whip
Robinson never intended to
fight Basilio a rubber match, and
it wasn't until varions commis commissions,
sions, commissions, seeking diversion, and head headlines,
lines, headlines, threatened to unfrock him,
that he went into his act. rrom
the beginning Moore had been his
target, and it was essential to
the promotion that he preserve
his middleweight rank.
The Ancient One was more de desirable
sirable desirable because, even if beaten,
Robinson's prestige wouldn't suf suffer.
fer. suffer. How many middleweight
champions beat light heavyweight
champions? And, of course, the
take would be substantial.
Robinson had the fight set for
June, but Moore walked ouL on
There was some unfinished
business in Canada, a returnwith
Yvon Durelle. The first one had
been blood and thunder stuff and
the natives clamored for more.
Robinson could wait. Now he can
both wait and sweat. Moore has
the whip, and he's the kind of
dude who likes to hear it crack.
Durelle? Ole Arch gotta have
a warm up, don't he?
Short's Three-Hitter
Increases Buffalo's
First Place Lead
NEW YORk, June 10 (111'1),
Jim Short tossed a three-hitter a against
gainst against Columbus last night to give
the Buffalo Bisons some breathing
space at the top of the Internatio International
nal International League.
The Bisons increased their lead
to a game and a half as they beat
the Jets, for Short's fifth vip'ory
of the season. A two run rally in
the third inning backed Short's
fine mound performance.
Richmond's nine-game winning
streak came to an end as the
Rochester Red Wings thumped
the Veea, 13-7. Four homers, in including
cluding including two by Charlie James,
brought defeat to the slcond placr!
Virginians. Cal Browning, with
help from Bill Gre-son, picked up
his seventh triumph.
Bunky Stewart, after dropping
five straigN games, pitched the
Miami Marlins to a 9-2 victory
over last place Toronto. A -grand
slam by Leo Burke in the eim,htb
inning helped Stewart to his see.
ond win.
Montreal downed Havana twice,
8-6 and 2-1, in 10 innings. A six sixrun
run sixrun splurge in the opener gave
the Royals the first win and a tal tally
ly tally in the '10th after Havana had
tied the score in the ninth inning
brought Montreal a double win.

6.-inii0thp.:bWOid in P

Fort Sherman,
Gulick Quintets
Drop tiosies'
Two more teams dropped Lsy sue
wayside iasL nignt sn eAle
liasaetnall lourney at Fort Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. mei irom tne ranks today
were J.W.T.L. of k out Snerman
ano Company C. lst Battle Group,
Fort Gulick, both in very tight
oaligames.
The alsernoon's first game saw
the 197tis AACS pull past a four
point dencit at ts.e end of three
quarters to win in a flying finish
54-50 over JWTC of Ft. Sherman.
The lead constantly chang ed
hands during the entire game, but
big Bill Agan poured in 1.1 points
in the second half to lead the ral rallying
lying rallying AACS cagers. Agan finished
with 15, but was not AACS's high
scorer as Bob Self poured in 17.
Probably the biggest single
cause for AACS's victory was the
tremendous rebounding of John
Nelsen. Nelsen pulled down se several
veral several Al Hensen had 15 and 12
points respectively for the losing
JWTC five.
Company C, lst Battle Group,
Fort Sherman, was shoved off the
tournament board in the second as
they dropped a real thriller to the
5700th Air Base Group of Albrook
AFB by a score of 77-72.
Company C flashed from 11
points behind to grab 'a 34-32 lead
by intermission. The game stay stayel
el stayel tremendously close during the
third period, but with only min minutes
utes minutes remaining to play the airmen
sent up their interceptors and be,
,,an breaking up the fast break
that had been working so succes succesfully
fully succesfully for C Company.
Tom Baker swished the net
for the winning tally with only 57
ceconds remaining on the score score1,nard
1,nard score1,nard cleack. Baker again hit with
Y) seconds left to En to virtually
it un for the Air Force.
The hottoo glover on the
Nardwooti all afternoon was Jo
loman-1, of tho Fort Shorman
team. Tomank rackad uo 31
ool4ts to kat the tomes' scores
and atoms with his acrurato
shooting playod a tremendously
agressivo gam on Molise.
Lonnie Stanhenson Tinned the
,.ords for 22 noints and got 17 of
them in the second half to hold his
in the lead. Tom Baker was
the other big gun in second half
as he collected 12 of his 11 points
in the laRt two auarters. Jerrv
Patrie chinned in 17 for the bird birdmen
men birdmen and Jim Kern and Gene
Worthley each collected 10.
Buss Johansson again had a
goM share of the- p-oints as he
nicked up 20 for the losing C
cempany.
Deadlook after deadlock con.
tinued in the third game as D Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, 517th Artillery, Fort Amador
and the 534th MP Company of
Fort Clayton battled to a virtual
standstill for three periods of play.
With the score tied at 16 all
after one period, 31 all st half, the
Artillerymen managed to ease
ahead 45 to 44 by the three quart quarter
er quarter mark. The MPs coulin't seem
to get off shots in the fourth and
final period though and went dean
to defeat for the first time in the
tourney by a 66-58 count.
Ray Crawford and Dick Bar Barbach
bach Barbach tossed in 22 and 20 points res
Pectively for D Battery while
Frank Mc3overn was counting 18
for the MPs.
For tho third consecutive day,
the two deadeyes from U.S. Ar Army
my Army Signal Service at Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, Bernie Kroegor and Dick
Kylio, turned loose barrage of
baskets to sink thoir opponent.
This time tho victims of tho two
hotshots wore tho D Company,
lst Battla Group caws from
Fort Kobbit.
The game was very close all the
way and with tw6 minutes and
twenty seconds left in the game
the score was 63-61, with Signal
on top. At that point Kreeger broke
loose and almost singlehanledly
ran the score to 74-61 at the final
gun. Signal's victory detin'tely
makes them the best since they
have won three gtimes with out a
loss.
Kroeger had 39 points for the
winners and his scoring mate,
Dick Kylle, bounced in 21. John
Phyllis had 22 for the losing D
Company and Bob Palmer chip chipped
ped chipped in with 15.
There are two games on top to tonight
night tonight beginning at 6:30 and 8:00.
US Navy All-Stars
Play Guaracheros 5
In Colon On lulv 2
The U.S. Navy All-Stars will
meet LOS Guaracheros de Colon
in the annual charity basketball
classic game in conmemoration of
the Independence of .the United
States of America.
The game will be held in the
Claudia LoweGymnasium of the
Abel Bravo College of Colon on
TI-ursday, July 2, commencing at
8:00 p.m., for the benefit of the
Santa Luisa Old People's Home in
Puerto Pi Ion..
The public is invited to attend
and coonerate with this noble
cause. This traditional event is
soonsored by the Club Las Orqui Orquideas,
deas, Orquideas, one of the foremost Atlantic
Side charity organizations.

The U.S. Navy All-Stars will Bobby's BA, as of June 2, was'llerre, and Eva Badgel. Each
.325, and he had connected for shot 76's. Deedee Mannix won
meet LOS Guaracheros de Colon
in the annual charity basketball Ox four-masters and driven in fifth place with an 80, and Lila
classic game in conmemoration of 22 run& Strumph's 89 won sixth place.
the Independence of .the United
WINSTON BROWN, Sacramento.
o0o The weekly low nutt tourna tournament
ment tournament was won by Ethel Perantie
States of America.
The game will be held in the Class AAA Pacific Coast League, with 32 putts.
Claudia LoweiGYmnasium of the turned in one of the So lona' fin- A snecial prize was awarded
Abel Bravo College of Colon On est pitching feats' of the season, Jean Sullivan for making an ea eale
le eale on the 500 yard number 2
Ttursday, July 2, commencing at May 28, when he struck out ten g
8:00 p.m., for the benefit of the and yielded just two hits, both hole. Jean made two long and
beautiful wood shots down the
Santa Luisa Old People's Home in singles, in blanking San Diego,
Puerto Pilon. 7-0. fairway. On her third shot the
The public is invited to attend Brown had a no-hitter until Al- hell --a eerr'el into the air wilt
and coonerate with thiS noble len Jones spanked a safety to an eight iron. I dropped on the
cause. This traditional event is left field witb two out in the fifth green and rolled into the cup for
snonsored by the Club Las Orqui- intling- a lovely two under par for the
deas, one of the foremost Atlantic Brown. the vicUm of many bad hole.
Side charity organizations. breaks this season, oWned a 4-6 After the prize were awardel
record up to June 2. He was a- Foy Fraunenheim aceepted chair.
TICKET FoRmS MAILEn mong the strikeout leaders with manship of the Amador Lady
ANN ARROP. Mich. (1.1PI) 46 whiffs and hi- ERA was 2.63. Golfers from out going chairman
Ticket anplications for Michigan's --o0o Mary Faison, and Ethel Peran Peran1099
1099 Peran1099 six home-game football sched- JIM UMBRICHT, Salt Lake Ci- tie continued her role as Viee Vieeitle
itle Vieeitle have i-e'sn malINI to tio.non ty, Class AAA Pacific C o a a t Chairman. Delon Ow,ns and LI LInerseins.
nerseins. LInerseins. Director 0' Athl.ties II. T nque. tpitrd credit for a 6-4.l, Strumnf took over handican
r) (Fir'7) CTISIP, 1441d orders will w'n over Vancouver June 1. I dutie dutie from Even Mon
be aecepted starting on June 15. Jim took over for starter Dick teath.

Prof. Ste.ngel's Stpry Oij
He Knew What To: Do In

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK NE(A) Charles
Dillon Stengel was interviewed
hie sumptuous suite in the Essex

JOTTINGS
Ry htvelition pt.

c.1431311331314.11.4iLciLtiMitytttiliiSALitilit.30111313I313130
.1
HECTOR LOPEZ, New York Hall in the fourth frame and
Yankees, American League, got blanked Vancouver on two hits
a bit of praise from manager Ca- the rest of the way. The triumph
sey Stengel in an Interview with' was Salt Lake City's first over
New York baseball writer DatOlancouver In five meetings.
Daniel recently. i o0o
Said Casey; "Now you ask me; DICK DONNELLY, Shreveport,
about Hector Lopez. He hits the'Class AA Southern Association,
ball hard, plays ball eagerly and'had a 4-3 mark up to June 3,
drives it hall into right field be- and a 3.46 earned -run-average.
hind the runner very well even if --o0o
he bats righthanded. BILL PARSONS, Victoria, Class
"He runs the bases like he AA Texas League, was pounding
meant it.,In the field I would say the apple at a .337 pace as of
he is adequate. No Pie Traynon, June 3.
maybe, but a game, battling ball Bill had eight HR's and 34
player who appreciates the tre- RBI's. ;
mendous opportunity I am gdving o0o
him, and is determined to stay in NAT PEEPLES, Austin, Class
there." AA Texas League. form. nart of

Lopez is presently hitting .307,
to be among the top ten of the
American League; his 37 RBI's
is third behind Harmon Kille Killebew
bew Killebew of Washington (42), a n d
teammate Bill Skowron (40), and
he has smacked nine homeruns.
For the time being at least the
Panamanian has chased Andy Ca Carey
rey Carey off bf third base, although
Hee is not as good as Andy, de defensively.
fensively. defensively. Carey is hitting an a anemic
nemic anemic .230, with two homers and
six RBI's.
o0o
HUMBERTO ROBINSON, Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Philhes, National League,
holds the rather discouraging dis distinction
tinction distinction of having been traded off
two first-place clubsMilwaukee
and Clevelandwithin a month.
The Phi ls are battling 'with St.
Louis for the NL cellar.
Milwaukee is still out front in
the senior loop while Cleveland
has dropped to third, only oneand-a-half
games off the pace.
o0o
CLYDE PARRIS, M'on treat
Class AAA International League,
was fourth among the top hitters
of the circuit with a .326 batting
average as of June 2.
Clyde had clouted 11 round roundtrippers
trippers roundtrippers and pushed .46 runs k a across,
cross, across, the, plate, the highest tOtals
in both dpeartments 'in the IL.
o0o
TONY BARTIROME, Columbus,
Clasx AAA International League,
was hitting the ball at a .305 clip
including games of June 2. Two
of Tony's hits were homers and
he had 20 runs-batted-in.
- o0o
PUMPSIE GREEN, Minneapolis,
Class AAA American Association,
has been performing smoothly at
second base after his switch
from shortstop and has shown
marked improvement over his
1958 form as a hitter.
Green supported Herb Moford's
shutout pitching against St. Pall,
May 29, with a single and a 400-
foot homer, and also participated
in three double plays.

marked improvement over his Last Thursday a luncheon was
1958 form as a bitter. held at Amador Officers Club
Green supported Herb Moford's for the lady golfers of Amador
shutout pitching against St. Pall, Beautiful silver prizes were a
May 29, with a single and a 400- warded the winners of the re
foot homer, and also participated CENT Handicap and Ringer golf
in three double plays. tournaments.
--o0o Jean Sullivan received a lovely
PETE MESA, Denver, Class silver tray as medalist in the
AAA Am ican Association, had Handicap tournament.
Rance Pless to thank for a Connie Bahl was winner ot
three-run fifth-irming homer which the champlo iship flight and won
enabled Denver to overcome a a silver caFhciole. As runnerup
deficit caused by Pete's wildness in tit charppiorship flight Heleti
and helped the Bears to a 10-6 ()wens won a, silver tray.
win over Minneapolis. May 28. B. J. Nelsen won a silver pitch pitchThe
The pitchThe righthander twice loaded er ts the winner of the first
the bags with walks. He escaped ;i:ght, anci Bobbie Hughes receiv
damage the first time, in the sec- ed a silver cheese dish a runner runnerond
ond runnerond inning, but when he repeated up
in the fourth frame he was nick- In, the Ringer toursament- Eth Ethed
ed Ethed for a three-run double by Shep el Perantie's low gross won a
Frazier and a single by Chuck silver tray for her, and Nell
Tanner. Humphrey's low net in the first
flight won her a silver bowl.
GEORGES MARANOA, Louis- Jan Crabb was winner in the
ville, Class AAA American Asso- secoud flight and received a sil silelation,
elation, silelation, limited Dallas to four ver cream and sugar. As runner runnersafeties
safeties runnersafeties is hurling a 2-1 victory, up Rida Berger received a silver
May 29. bowl. Mary Faison was award award-
- award- ed a silver bowlsfor the most im imBOBBY
BOBBY imBOBBY PRESCOTT, Phoenix, proved.
Class AAA Pacific Coast League,' Prizes were also awarded the
wielded the hottest bat for !his, winners of the Thursday's ladies
club during the final' week of Day Tournament at Amador.
May, rapping 15 hits in 31 plate Ethel Perantie's 80 won her an anappearances.
appearances. anappearances. other low gross prize. In the first
The splurge raised his average flight Pearl Trim won first low
over the .330 level and into the net with a 69 and Bev Dilfer
top spot among Phoenbt hitters came in second with a 70.
A ninth-tinning homer by Pres- Even Monteath shot a net 69
cott sent a May 26 game at Sa- to receive high honors in the sec seccramento
cramento seccramento into overtime. However, ond flight. Mary Faison's 73 won
after pitching four scoreless in- second place, and Foy Fraunen Fraunennings
nings Fraunennings of one-hit ball in relief, Dan heim placed third with a 74.
Hyman was tagged with the loss Fourth place was a three way
in the 12th frame, 8-7. I tie between Kay Potte r, Kay
Bobby's BA, as of June 2, was Herre, and Eva Badgel. Each
.325, and he had connected for shot 76's. Deedee Mannix won
sht four-masters and driven in fifth place with an 80, and Lila
22 runs. Strumnh' umn 'lint.,

,
House before ihe Yankees. Tett on
their second western swing.
The New ork club has just
completed its longest wmaing
streak ot the seasonFourand

o0o
BILL PARSONS, Victoria, Class
AA Texas League, was pounding
the apple at a .337 pace as of
June 3.
Bill had eight HR's and 34
RBI's.
o0o
NAT PEEPLES, Austin, Class
AA Texas League, forms part of
one of the fastest ballhawking
trios in organized ball.
Peeples is the team's left field fielder,
er, fielder, Howie Bedell is in center and
Billy Shields roams in right field.
Nat, a veteran involved in
many races, has circled the bas bases
es bases in 13.4; Bedell, the 23-yearold
speed merchant, has been
clocked over the home-to first
distance in a fraction over three
seconds and Shields, although
untimed, was the runner-up base
thief twice in the defunct Class
A Western League.
Bedell, who claims he has
learned a lot from Peeples about
base-running, says he watches
Nat's every move.
"You can learn a lot by follow following
ing following him because Nat does a lot
of things right. He's great show showman,
man, showman, too," he adds.
o0o
PABLO BERNARD, Nuevo la,
redo, Class AA Mexican League,
had been traded, in a surprise
move, to Veracruz of the same
loop.
The shortstop, who hit .371 last
year to be the batting champ of
the league, had fallen to .290 this
season.
o0o
Mt -KERN, 'AlllanY; Clas's
Eastern League, smashed out sev seven
en seven straight hitg in a doublehead doubleheader
er doubleheader which his club took from Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster 13-4 and 8-2, May 30.
One of the base knocks was a
homer and two were doubles.
Along The Foirwove
AMADOR LADY GOLFERS
HOLD LUNCHEON

AF Baskth 611 Touilhii

Yankees' Fall;
Last Place, Too
,
s.17:',7'' 7747177
, ,wi; :
"
Ralph Terry
was out of the basement atter
an 11-day occupancy.
"You must feel much health healthier,"
ier," healthier," I said to Casey Stengel.
The Old Professor turned a around
round around after having commented
on the grandeur of Central Park,
just across the way, and said,
"There was nothing wrong with
my health at any time. As a
matter of fact, never felt bet bette,r.
te,r. bette,r. "When the Yankees were on
lop (nine out of 10 years), no
one worried about my manaLing,
but when we hit the cellar every everybody
body everybody seemed concerned. There
were New York baseball writers
who actually started telling me
how to manage.
"They totally oVerlooked the
fact, you see, that I am a thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly experienced manager (34
years), equally accustomed to
Imanaging from the bottom or
the top. They should have realiz realized
ed realized that I knew what to do when
in eighth place."
, r
Stengel Nide finiShed dead
last with Toledo of the American
Association. He was six times
seventhwith the Brooklyn Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, four years in a row with the
Boston Braves and again wi.h
Kansas City of the American As Association.
sociation. Association. Pingo! hal boon around too
long to be stampeded. The rec records
ords records show him to be crowding
68, but he disputes that a year
one way or the other. This is hi
50th year in baseball.
"By this time," he said, "I am
a man of infinite patience. And
it's not hard to be that way when
you know you have the best."
What really happened to drop
the Yankees to the depths?
"Everything, everything at
once," replied OP Case. "Not a
.300 hitter on the club and the
pitching streaky. I've seen times
when the big men weren't hit hitting
ting hitting and the small fry picked
them up, or vice versa, but on
this ocasion you saw eigth regu regulars
lars regulars with their poorest averages.
"You can accept that for a
week or so, you see, but you
don't expect it from experienced
players for more than a month.
Our strikeouts were way tip,
our bases on balls way down
We eouldn't even beat pitchers
who were off form."
Stengel doesn't have to tell
you that Mickey Mantle sudden suddenly
ly suddenly catching fire at bat didn't ex exactly
actly exactly hurt. The Bombers have
moved with the big ballplaver
through the years Babe Ruth,
Joe Di Maggio and Mantle.
The Switcher's fielding picked
up with his batting, which is u usually,
sually, usually, the case with a good play player.
er. player. He's taking more chances on
the bases, something his rickety
right knee prohibited before. He's
stolen nine of the 10 bases he at
tempted to swipe'ithis season. He's
stretching singlei into doubles.
Now York pitchers finally are
going the route and Stengel
hopes the club soon will score a
run for Rvne Duren. the fit-chin
relief worker, something it failed
to do in 16 1-3 innings ever a 10-
ga me stretch.
Speaking of Ralph Terry, the
young right-hander acquired in
the more recent deal with Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, Stengel said, "He'll
help us."
What worries Stengel more
than anything else at the mo moment
ment moment is the Yankees' failur, to
win at home. As ,they launcbcd
tieir second swing into the nin nintzland,
tzland, nintzland, they had won 13 an.i
lost 11 on the, road and bagged
no more than six while,losing 12
in the Broruc. It was the same
story last year, although the oil oilference
ference oilference was not as pronounced.
"Maybe this club just doesn't
fit Yankee Stadium, where long
blows to left and right center
field Ere nothing more than loud
outs," said Stengel.
But with Mickey Mantle hit
ting and others finding the rsnet
and the pitching straightened
out, Casey Stengel had to admi:1
'hat maybe the party was over
for the upstarts.

, ,,,,., -.,, . ...!,-,"''''77.771717:7"'
rn swing. , :..: ..; .: ....,.....,.:::,:
lub has lust :' ,::
OgnestFouwrinnainndg ... .: .. ,. '.::7;.!....'-:;;:4 .. ,..I,-,r,' ;.:71",,,! ,' : .1':,::','
'...i'..:7: ..i..:i::::::;.'::,...:,.,.-... :,.,!!';,:4,4:4,,.....7.!:. ,,,:i:.,...,
liACICKICIESDKI(" :.,!:::::;', ..7;,,,,',2:::,,,,.. ,...t.: !'::41.....,,zlf .;: :'!:',1!:, :.,,
..... :,.'il:i-ii:,;:::!;::A ';: .:,...:tb7 :..: '...;''''':.,::
, ,-i4: ..:7-:::i':4i; .:',-;.i:,:,: ;.;-- :.!..::..i.:i.....
4:.5.::' ,;:,.::::::::. ':.:9:S.4.:.:t..... :.
" ::."....':.::.:': '..5'.':':':;'Pi:::: ::.:::,.:',..:::
...i..:::.;,..,...,11 ,..,....i:1:::61,:::::. -.:,..:,''::):::.....,.:.::::' ::: ::::::.,: 1.
, $..,:i''..,.4.:.,: ::.1.:i:07:,.::: :
: .::l.C....::i:fi'......':6:0i.,:',::::r:H, :0:.:;:!,'::,....,..:; i:'::'
.. tt.:::;:,,A,:,,7:::':, ::' :, n
: :.:.:.7T, ,:,::W:,::...,: 0::;.;:,.:,,::::,,:5. ,,,,:
SjI31313631313131- i '': It':::11:,i.::.;::::.;.:,:::4H'::;:'..': :
:kti.:!;.::::1.4:;:A1::.:;4 :;::!' 1
frame and .,:: .:: tiri;: ::: : .-:,i. ,;,3
on two hits I it :,::: Ditte
, The triumph : If. .:,......
' 's first over .:,.,:i. :::',' .::1:.l.;i:::'::.' ...:14:.::?,:.:5.,':,:'.,:ijw, l' i
..1
neetings.
.
:. :.:::::,:: ; .,.., ..:.::.-,.Af.,,.-....1 ......,'..,::!..; ; : ; :, .'.....::'
, ShrevePort, .. ,:, :-: '.'"if;','.:".4.4lq:'::10..1:.::.,',..::::,'::;',...''.
1
I Association, .... .. .........,, ...,.. ,w,,,,...:,.
to June 3, ,:: ....:,i:1:-... :,::404 e,...:-".....
run- a v era ge. ;.:.:: ..... -,..,:,,, ::,N1,,..!,,,,4,:,:,,::::..,,.a,.,:i,:,:,,..,,:,:i::,...::
.
: :' ., :, ,::?;:,::i,:::,..:::-., .: ::,,-;H
iictoria, CI a is '.i! At ::':,f...:k...:',, :.:,;; ,4:,:::::;i4.,:i.::,i-:::.:::'::::::',
was pounding s, P- ,:,::,.::::,:,...::.:w.:01:::,:,:,...,;::!3., :,.: ,:'.::,:.::,...:
pace as of 0::;IF,:'',':-aI',Vii,4:.,.4::,4$,,;,lin:
::,,,,,,,::::.;,...:,..i.,01.:::.:..:::.,,,,:..,:: E:,.:',':
lit's and 34 ..,,., ::::,,,..,::::,.:,A:?:t4.:..,K:, ......1
- .. ',: .: :,::.::-.::',.:,M:::!7:-,,,Ig-:,:,
kustin, Class
::.,-,,,,Hw::-.ii:.,i,', :?tki.,:, 1.:?).i:.k.::.!:;.i.'i:',..?::-::!:::
!orma part of ,,,,, :,,,..1p-gl,':::,,?.:.:1:',::j:.:::, .109:i:::;:!:.:':.i..;;!
ha llha wicing N,,,t, .....,,t..ifii......:..-..,..,.1.:i:kw.:,:.,.: ,.,,,3,......,,,.:,,, ,..,:,,,,a,
all.

OASIS

fakes you
away
froili;
the
'everyday

, ,,
a
49'1 4 i
D. .11 t 14
L.)
. '0(
416.41i
fl IT I 1 ,::
OH
As A A : :
(
. m
GOWOR(J
AV7AV
, ,;.,,,,.
. I :,,,,
,
0
,p:,,,
-a,. -ik'lt
A
4111110, 44k'V r
D 'Op-
All. lit
410P;Ply f 1
. ., ,t
.

Four Roses
nt VIM AtTE n

lli I

Kentliay,Straight Bourbon

..'''e''',,-'. nwoRliiii'lilifillirlif':,1tl''',;.'s
,
, ,,, ,iv,"
,,,1.. 1. Jo,
,,1!' 1, 141,1iitho',,
. ',., .4
c:1,, .,, i ,,,,,,
07:1hda...it,,,m.:,,-
,-,,,, -,, IA 1,,
qir' Ili ,,, 0,11110:o .1.,:
flavor .i... tt 'iAoAt , ;,
,
' .,:.:,1! vs t,
. t L t .,,g:?:,::: it 1,1 ...i ,,,fi;,',1' '''.',, ',1'!,
IS 0 aCK : (7:-:1,,. 1: ri ,o. 1ii1,:,: 1,
., ., 11', 1; :,, qlep
.
zvitosts ,,,
r 1,, ,, ,, ,:
,Liiitlis fli;!! : .,,,,.,
-
,n,p ,..:. ".....t, -..;,.i,o, ,,
.'itiitili.04IN 4.1 ,41', :
sutAloHT iiii :,f, 10,!,
tointsoN 1 ,, ,.
I'Nullity ..1 fhl: 4 1: :
tvat...14.-4-0 :1! .! ,,
-..lhAftwilffiret .o.' .
Ualmoil .P1A4. 1 .ii.,
sibra
41' rt.'1..' ;4
' sink,,,!,. ,,,.....,,,,......:7..-11ARS;k -.IP
,....., .- ota.'----17.- i ',Ar---;:'"------"L..--1:-
-----,-a -a- a tr.' It ---...-,-.---7
-- --.--,-- w ii, 4---------Ist
.
.,44tww9y4 , ,,,,,,,,-,-.,:,-
1

FOUR ROSES DISTILLERS COMPANY, N.Y.C. KENTUCKY
STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86 PROOF AGED 8 YEARS

EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS

CYRCA, S.A.

PAN'AMA

k

Four Roses
3-711-111thffl rJ,
II 111 trr
ast

(
n.- ---,
COLON

0

N
.
.
. d.
. ... ,
,
, ,, .,, ,...
,
,
. ,....., ; .... ..

.
0600116oliammoi.A
miotdoAg,



: a v, t

WTDNEgDAY, NZ MI
TER PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
AGE TIN
Classified Ads
Classified Ads1
Classified Ark 1
Classified Ads
:
LA fl,g s)
mrtou AnsamPrit
Euvrorbodurizzalwar
ialudowioraiin,
I
AGENTS
1
Classified Page closesitle
a.m. Mon. to Fri., 11 a.m.
Sat, 2 p.m. Sat. for Sim.
Office open 8-2 weekday&
Phone Panama 1-0740 for
information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge vour ad if
you have a commercial
contzact.
LEAVE VOUS AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFTICES AT 13-31 "Ir STREET. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADOT Simon NIL is Acdotems
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONESNo 3 Lottery Plam CASA ZALDOCentrai Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACYI82 La Carrnaguillta PARMACIA LOW,
BARDO,No. 26 "R" Street is MORRISON-40 of hay Awe. A St LEWIS SERVICEAve. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS 11-149 Central Ave.
EARMACIA LUX-164 Cenral Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE--1 Per de la Osea Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMYJusto Arreentena Ave; sad St PAR PARMACIA
MACIA PARMACIA VAN DPR .11S--511 Street Ne 53 PARMACIA EL BATURXDParoue Lefevre Street FARMAC1A "SAS"Via Perms III NOVIDADES ATMS
Beside Bella Visto Theatre and Branch at Minimax Super Market en Via Emote COLON OFTICE: 15th sod Meador Guerrero No. 14221 TeL 43t
LI

1

I
i
1

.,.
,,
1
174.
-

11

Resorts
la letwin's furnished' aeartmenh
at Santa Clara leach. Telephone
Smith, Ganiboa 302.
Foster cottanos berweeo Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. da P Minna Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses 1
FOR RENT:Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished concrete house (chalet) 2
bedrooms, hot water. extra large
porch Road facing Paitilla Air Airfield
field Airfield No. 109. Call 3-0553.
,
FOR SALE: Three bedroom
houe, livingroom. office. dining diningroom.
room. diningroom. large kitchen. maid's room
and garage. Bella Vista, Tel. 3-
'7921
FOR RENT:New chalet, three
bedroom, air-conditioning and
hot water. Information Tel. 2-
1382.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
chalet, dining room. living room,
rnaid's room, garage, 4,000 so.
meter land. Located one mile be before
fore before Las Cumbres. For informa information
tion information call 3-0050 from 2 a.m. to
4 p.m.
------
FOR RENT:-4 bedroom chalet.
All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street. Golf Heights. information
2-2407.
Commercial Sites I
FOR RENT:Local commercial
at Just A rosemena A No
37-1 1. information 2-2341.
I WANTED I
WANTED: Employer leaving
Canal Zone lune 20th desires to
,plase good maid. Call Balboa
6306.
..
WANTED: Housekeeper, axe
25-35 with refer live in.
$35 month. Laundry, ironing,
cleaning, cookine. Phone Navy
3711. English necessar.
!w..-
WANTE:Maid, English speak speak'
' speak' lee preferred, live-in. Calabash
Street 1581-B, Balboa, phone
2-3205, ;4414-
ViANTED:----Spanish maid, Hoe Hoek,
k, Hoek, must speak Enp lish, 791-C,
Taverna la, Balboa.
WANTED:Maid to do laundrv,
cookina Amain', 0932, Ama Amador
dor Amador Road.
E
1
Special Offers
I
, WANTED: A tants and
auditors with experienced, bilin bilingual
gual bilingual s taries with shorthand,
office clerks with personality,
bilinquas. who can work bv
shifts. Salesman with or without
experience. Write with detals to
Box 5044 Panama.
Motorcycles 1
FOR SALE:Almost new Lam Lambroils
broils Lambroils motor scooter, call Curtin Curtindu
du Curtindu 4198.
BANKS OKS LOAN
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Export-Import
Bank has approved a
5-million dollar loan to Garyda
Indonesian Airways t.o help it pay
for three Electra planes from
Lockheed Aircraft Corp.

BLUE-T1NTED DELUGE
LUTON. England WM) it
, rained blue rain here yesterday
The unnatural tint was attributed
, to dust in the air from the dem dem,
, dem, &Rion of an old dye works.

(0)

LIFE INSURANCE
rail
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Lite ins. Co
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0652
Monday dull rriday
I:00 a.m. te 12:00
LOP p.m. to 1:041
Saturday: I:00 om. to 12:10
Illionorop.
Listen To
The OAS
"ganarnerican
Record &tow &tow12:30
12:30 &tow12:30 p.m.
HOG-YCN
Ivory Sunday

Apartments

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment. F and F Street, El
Cangreio. For information, Tel.
3-4968 all the day. after 6 p.m.
Tel. 3-6737.
FOR RENT:E1 Camarillo. veil
cool, comfortable furnished, two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
garage, big yard. Only two apart apartments
ments apartments in building. 3-3839.
FOR RENT:Three bedroom
apartment at Via Argentina and
"I." Street, Aurora Building, El
Cangreio.
FOR RENT: Apartment two
bedroom and ail conveniencies in
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-0702.
FOR RENT:--Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. two bedrooms. one air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, new furniture. "Ba "Balladares
lladares "Balladares Building". owe The
Santuario. Phone 3-7921.
FOR RENT:--Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:---Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable for two couples,
has two large rooms with bath
toilet and kitchen in between
two outside doors, leading to
hallway, $80.00. Space suitable
for shop as storage 1 fix26 feet.
Inquire Janitor or phone Hopkins
Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT:---Furnishad two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, dining set, San
Francisco, 86th Street No. 6,
near R It Theatre.
FOR RENT:El Cantsreio. Nicely
furnished one room apartment
with hot water, balcony. Call 3-
1739.
FOR RENT:---Beautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedroom, vicinity of
schools, San Francisco. Tel. 4-
553,
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Flag Day Will Be
Observed Sunday
By Eike? albs A
Events are being planned on
the Isthmus for Sunday in ob observances
servances observances of Flag Day.
The Pacific side program will
be high-lighted by a ceremony to
be held in the Balboa Stadfium
starting at 3 p.m. sponsored by
the B. P.. 0, ,F.14sn' bnige No
1414.
The public is invited to the
stadium where Brig. Gen. George
F. Schlatter will be the prin principal
cipal principal speaker.
The Atlantic side observance
of Flag Day will be held at Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Heights, sponsored also by
the B. P. O. Elks Lodge No. 1542.
According to John M.-Sanders,
Exalted Ruler, the public is in invited
vited invited to the Elks Home, starting
at 2:30 to celebrate the comme commemoration
moration commemoration of the birthday of the
Stars and Stripes.
This will be the last time that
the American Fa Ig will bear 48
stars, since on July 1, the new
U. S flag will be used officially,
carrying the extra star which re represents
presents represents Alaska.
Sherman Ham mond has ben
appointed as chairman for Lodge
1542' s day-long celebration. An
address will be given by Capt.
Howard C. Hyatt, U. S. Army at
the Brazos Heights club, Norman
Slade will be the organist asd
James Burns, flag custodian.
Members of the Girls SCOW
and Boy Scout troops will assist
in the program at which refresh refreshments
ments refreshments will be serwhi.

mmercial

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

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Goveimment Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 31 Mo.
on new ears
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile ;tow
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
An Tvoes of Auto Insurance
6E111116 t)P HIGHT
if you suffer rom Clotting I p
Nighip, Backache, I,og Pains, Loom of
ViatOUr, NW01111110SM or woakileeill, you
should help your Prostato im immodisily
modisily immodisily with Flogona. Thim 111Pft 111110
Makes you fool younger. atronorer, and
stile to ploo without iniort option.
Mit Mogen' from your rhomint today.

1 Automobiles 1

FOR SALE:---1958 Ford 2-door
8 cyl.. with radio. Phone 36-356,
Coco Solo. Anytime.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Convertible Impala Coups. Mo Model
del Model 1767. color Harbor Blue
top, equipped with Turboglide,
Push Button Radio, & W. W.
tires, available for detivery at
Miami, Florida, on or about
July 11, 1959. $2,776.00. Call
Mrs. Brown, Panama 2-1759
from 2:00 to 5:30 P.M. ot Jack
Kerr, Colon BOO.
FOR SALE:--Good second car
1950 V-8 Food 4 door. Good
tires. Just what you' need 4or
going to work. Call Curundu
7116 after 4 om
FOR SALL-1957 Pontiac 4
door, powerglide transmission,
radio, undercoating, wsw tires,
13,000 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Reasonable, Balboa 3241.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1957
Belvedere V-8 four doors, black
with radio, A-1 condition.
$1800.00. Call Panama 3-4742.
Salesman Wong.
FOR SALE:-1955 2-door Pon Pontiac,
tiac, Pontiac, Hydra, radio EZI glass
S1075.00, original owner. Phone
Cristobal 3-3225.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Belvedere 2 door sedan, V-8,
radio, wsw tires, duty paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. $1300. Call
4-1173, Panama.
FOR SALEI-A-1951 Nash Ram Ramblerstation
blerstation Ramblerstation wagon; duty paid.
S200.00, house 2264-A Carr St.
Balboa, Tel. Balboa 2-3662.
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford, 6 vet.
Custom line, good tires, radio,
782-C, Balboa 2-1497.
FOR SALE:---1958 Buick Special
four door sedan, equipPed with
factory installed air condition conditioning,
ing, conditioning, power equipment. radio,
heater, tinted glass. fog lights
and many extras. Less than 6.000
miles. House 3206 Empire St.
Balboa.
FOR SALE:-1957 Triumph TR TR3
3 TR3 or trade for 57 or later Volks Volkswagen.
wagen. Volkswagen. extra wire wheels,opver wheels,opverdrive.
drive. wheels,opverdrive. tonneau cover. excellent
condition. Call Sgt. Negron at
Alb. 5155 or Navy 3309.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chrysler 4-
door, radio svisw. loaded, per perfect
fect perfect condition. A real bargain.
Call 5-442 evenings.
...
FOR IA111.-1956 Chevrolet, 4-
door, hardtop, sport sedan, 2 tone
blue, powerglide, all extras.
15124, Akee St. Balboa. 2-
7389.
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Special,
hardtop, power steering, windows
Dynaflow, Custom trim, tinted
glass, 5 neW tireS, two tone paint
$1650.00Ttall Gamboa 6-206.
FOR SALE:-1948 Dodge, four
door, 5200, phone: 2-3696,
house 5454-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Sport Subuihan 4 door station
wagon. Excellent condition. VarY
(food tires. factory rack, automa automatic
tic automatic transmission, radio, dual ex exhaust.
haust. exhaust. Telephone Albrook 2187
or 6123. After 3:30 p.m. Tele TelePhan
Phan TelePhan Balboa 2790.
Not To Integrate
Is Decision By
Prison Inmates
INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) In Inmates
mates Inmates of the Indiana state re reformatory
formatory reformatory at Pendleton turned
thumbs down on racial integra integration
tion integration in a new "honor" dormitory,
Chairman Paul L. Myers of the
State Correction Board s,aid o oday.
day. oday. Myers said white inmates were
excluded from the new quarters
after an "informal test vote"
showed inmate sentiment w a s
against integration.
There are 029 Negmes among
the reform a tory's 2.899 popu population,
lation, population, and Myers said only 10 of
39 Negroes and two of 9 white
prisoners voted for integration.
Gui
New TV Series
Starts Friday
Tho first of a series of 15-minutes
films for television, "Amer "Americans
icans "Americans at Work" will be shown
over CFN Television at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, June 12, the network an announced
nounced announced today. It is anticipated
that films in the series will be re received
ceived received weekly for several months
os part of the regular film unit
from the Armed Forces Radio
and Television Service.
The series has been furnished to
pho Department of Defense by
iihe American Federation of La Labor
bor Labor Congress of Industrial Or Organizations
ganizations Organizations for showing by U.S.
armed forces television stations
overseas. The firms also are dis distributed
tributed distributed to approximately 70 sta
tions i,n the Cnitol States and have
been telecast since March 20
lot this year.

d
r 1

,I
,
New TV Series e
s:
Starts Friday
,
The first of a series of 15-mi-
flutes films for television, "Amer- E""mk.,ibmwt000tioziti'sv40-',,
teans at Work" will be shown
over CFN Television at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, June 12, the network an annftlineed
nftlineed annftlineed tnelt.v ft

Miscellaneous I
,

SPECIAL SALE
NEW ONLY ONE OF EACH
Apex Deluxe automatic electric
clothes dryer, Regular 369.00
now 180.00.
Apex Standard automatic electric
clothes dryer, regular 325.00
now 155.00.
Apex automatic dish washer,
regular 445.00 now 200.00.
1 Apex automatic clothes washer,
regular 325.00 now 150.00.
Trope lc, S.A. 45th street and
Via Espatia.
FOR SALE:-1 Hermes portable
typewriter, like new $50.00.
Phone Balboa 2-4206.
FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford Fairlane 500, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, call Curundu
4198.
FOR SALE:We have lust un unpacked
packed unpacked graduation ornaments for
cakes, caps. diplomas, graduation
girls and boys. Delicias de Fran Francis,
cis, Francis, Pastry Shop, at Mini Max.
FOR SALE:Remington portable
typewriter, good condition, $3f
2-1457, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-MOVIE CAMERA,
"GIVE AWAY" PRICE. REVERE
8 MAGAZINE, TURRET 3
LENSES... INCLUDING TELE TELEFOTO.
FOTO. TELEFOTO. USED, PRIME CONDI CONDITION.
TION. CONDITION. PHONE PANAMA 3-
3679.
Christ Church
To Hold Benefit
On June 10
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints will hold a
benefit show, featuring the music
of Hawaii.
' Rugh walea and her "Hula
Nanis" will bring the spirit of the
Islands to Balboa Road Church
on June 20 at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Walea's group has appear appeared
ed appeared in many. ptaces on the., Isth Isthmu,
mu, Isthmu, They ch4rminVtlupe
'106' -have 'be4ii' seep' .on tele television
vision television and are currently- engaged
in providing entertainment for
everyone.
The delightful Hula and native
songs of the Islands will be pre presented
sented presented for the pleasure of all
those who see- the perfOrmancv
After the entertainment, there
will be a dance. 'rickets may be
purchased at the door the
evening of the performance.
No Room in Alabama
For NAACP, Says
Governor Patterson
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI),
Gov. John Patterson said there is
"no room in Alabama" for the
National Assn. for the Advance-.
ment of Colored People after the
U.S. Supreme Court disallowed
for a second time a 8100,000 fine
imposed on the group.
Atty. Gen. MacDonald Ga Ilion
expressed surprise at the ruling
when it was announced by the
high court Monday. He withheld
comment until "I learn exactly
what action the court has taken.
I am a little confused about the
order since the state has not
been asked to file briefs."
The fine was imposed hove by
Circuit Judge Walter B. Jones
when the NAACP refused to
produce membershi
court three years ago. The U.S.
P rolls in his
Supreme Court dismissed the fine
!previously but the State Supreme
1Court reinstated it on grounds the
federal court did not know all the
circumstances.
The NAACP also requested the
federal court to order state pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings to move ahead so the
group could do business in Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. It said the contempt Jug
FOR

LARGE COMMERCIAL RITE: For Offices --or any other Com Commercial
mercial Commercial or Professional Cses. Excellent location above F. lease &
Co., Inc., in the corner of Justo Arosemena Avenue and East 28th
Street. It has an Area of 7,535 square feet; large windows; complete
and private sanitary facilities; Its own street entrance, attractive and
safe. It mav he painted, decorated, and arranged according to tenant's
needs. Inquire at F. Yeas & Co., Inc.

YOU CAN NOW BUY
A BRAND NEW 1959 OPEL FULLY INSURED
FOR $425.00
Dosn Payment
AND tS LOW AS $55.75 A MONTH

SMOOT &

IHome Articles 1

FOR SALE: Kenmore Automatic
washer and Westinghouse Dryer
:110 Volts). Good condition
Boys Bicycles 20 and 26
inch. QuarryHeights 3275.
FOR SALE;Portable G.E. tele television
vision television set 12" screen like new,
$75.00. Phone 116-6214.
19.4t SALE:Sewing machine,
Necchi, portabls model BIL
Phone Ft. Kobbe 4203.
--
FOR SALE.. B leaving
the country. Diningroem set, ex excellnnt
cellnnt excellnnt conditien. Ask tor Mr,
Antonia. Tel. 3-3627, Ricardo
Arias street, Sparta building,
FOR SALLWestinghouse corn.
bination washer and dryer. Good
condition $225, call Albrook
2108 or sea at quarters 257-1.
FOR SALE: Automatic washing
machine, Frigidaire, porcelain
perfect condiHon 5110 cash.
Peru Ave. 33-25. Call Alexander
3-2217.
FOR SALE: Electric Serval,
freezer top, 13 cu. ft. excellent
condition. $125.00. 517 Manza Manzanillo
nillo Manzanillo St., Ancon.
FOR SALE:-7 piece mall
bedroom suit, 4 months old 8200.
Phone 4-0608.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire automatic
washer. Good condition, 875.00
Phone 87-5293 or 85-2221.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, HI-FI Transitors
soecialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORO AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against i t dams it o.
Prompt scientific treatment ces
emergency or monthly budget
basis Telephone Prank, Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.

remroemroptencacientitic treatment cm
or monthly budget WASHINGTON, --(UPI) The
government'today rested its case
basis. Telephone Pranks Service,
panam, 34977 or ,.... 1 ,. in the conspiracy trial of former
"'''" "1 Federal Communications Commis CommisSidiffirsters
Sidiffirsters CommisSidiffirsters -4PA!'44:
,,., ,,, sioner Richard A. Mack and his
4,- ,,,P, ''' i alleged' benefactor, Thurman A.
,,.,.,,,,, Whits.
.. .
Say They May Break Defense counsel ,Nicholas J.
Chase immediately asked Federal
Judge Burnita S. Matthews to di diWith
With diWith Communists rect Mack's acquittal. Attorney
Arthur J. Hilland made the same
motion on behalf of Whiteside.
, Judge Matthews said the de,-.
.
r6.-I'AtERMOg Sicily ?(Vin.Attp..tVilse
man Catholic "Sicily Firatisr0 144, argm '1
NcitklArkavis about two bours,
tacquittal and eon t
and Nen-Fascists, strengthened by 'Motion to strike the testimony' Of
Sunday'x election victory, insist- a number of witnesses. The trial
ed yesterday they might break ended its tenth week today.
their alliance with the Commu- Earlier, Judge Matthews de delists
lists delists On the islandfor a stiff flied a government motion to in inprice.
price. inprice. elude as evidence Whiteside's tes tesBoth
Both tesBoth Silvio Milazzo's Christian timony before the House influence
Sooial Party, which polled a guar- lneeting he had had with George
4investigating committee about a
ter million votes in its first etc- Baker, president of National Air
tion test, and the Neo-Fascist Lines.
MSI put out cautious feelers to
their election opponents The The defense asked for acquittal
Christian Democrats. not made a case against Mack
on grounds the prosecution had
Milazzo and the MSI, and Whiteside, who are accused
were believed to be asking ir
"MY of Atanii TV,Channel 10 in favor
poasststheinpritheee Soficialinayn elloouvaaernbsirmalveoonenlit' Islaofaiec,ononosopilicirtiinbsegiidrtoviiaerseyw.inTgetethviesioawn,arda
with Premier Antoniti Segni's
Christian Democrats. No one ven ventured
tured ventured to predict at this early
stage of post-election horse-trad- ncket News
ing whether such a price was too
high for Segni to accept,

ment prevented it from getting a
hearing on Jones' original ouster
suit.
But the Supreme Court refused
Monday on grounds it assumed the
Alabama court "will not fail to
proceed promptly."
Patterson said "The NAACP is
not going to violate the laws 'of
this state and get away with it. I
am disappointed at the decision
of the supreme Court in this
case.
"However, the NAACP is still
prohibited from doing business in
Alabama because of open and
flagrant violations of our laws. No
corporation has a right to hold
itself above the law and everY
corporation doing business in this
state will be required to obey the
laws of Alabama."
RENT
Me
PAREDES, S.A.

1 Real Estate I

FOR SALL---Lots 500 sad 1.000
motors. le the Norte Hieadrome
Urbanizatioo across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with street
treats. sewage, water main sad
electricity. CaN W. Mc Remelt.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALliChalot in Las Cum Cumbrim
brim Cumbrim S1S,000 concrete and tile,
bactroom, I 12 bathroom, 210-
2nd St., Casa Karat. open daily
tor inspottion.
....0W.MM..Egn,.MMOWMAMMOOMOE.Ja. 0.0SM
1 Miscellaneous
1
Not i,Availablel Phocretd. Evarv Evarv,
, Evarv, thing available here! S. S. S.
Zymala'Trokeys, Coition' Stimu Stimudents
dents Stimudents Five Day Deodorant Pads.
Canal .Zone Pharmacy.
Worriatl.-4out those PimPles
bleckheatle. etc? Get Cleartil.
We've get it! Canal Zone Phar PharMatt
Matt PharMatt Lost. Strayed. Stolen. Male Siam Siameso
eso Siameso cat missing from house 501,
Ancon since last Friday. Any in information.
formation. information. call Balboa 3679.
I
Animals
' FOR SAMBoston Terrier pup puppy'sAKC
py'sAKC puppy'sAKC repistered, phone Navy
1986, between 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Prosecution Rests
Case Against FCC
Commissioner Mack
I
a Rain took top honors in the
Rr opening phase of the champion championship
ship championship matches between the Surrey
A C.C. of the Atlantic side and the
le Paraiso C.C. of the Pacific side at
to Paraiso play ground, on Sunday,
May 1.
is HeaVY showers in the morning
of prevented an early start, however
I at 1:45 p.m, the umpires and the
ni captains inspected the wicket and
is decided to play.
Having won the toss, the Parai.
ill ,t11 C.C. under the captaincy of G.
in Bruton decided to bat, opening
Id with G. Jackman and G. Scott on
io it very difficult wicket against the
Id bowling of A. Hewett and C. De Dery
ry Dery soussa. Neither batsmen or bowl bowlits.
its. bowlits. ers' wtre 'able to obtain a good
ie foot hold limiting as it was stroke
alay and bowling ability.
In spite of the handicap the Sur Sur..
.. Sur.. rey bowlers started out with im immediate
mediate immediate success as Hewett clean
coott in his first ever for a duck.
Two overs later De Sousa had Jeck
man, tliktn low down at slin for
I and twa wickets were down for
I the Paeifie champion Waraiso)
L for on6iv three runs hut I Brown
,r and G. Doncan took the score to
17 when Hewett bowled Duncan
1
ee for 5.
Blades came in and nhved very
enrefill whiliTrown used the long
handle to get 0 runs before being
bawled by Hewett The score Waq
9A when A. William, toined
Blades and these two batsmen
alayed good cricket treatina the
fans to a few boundaries takina
stmt. the scare to 51 rims for 4
ii) :ofOtetn berme rain Arave thn
,sigerpro tr. 1111,elet 1,,f4 71 not ant
. 4,-toti' Williams I not out.
1 After ti match wig aboatintleti
that, ntlant4e elder, wire it;ven a
orottwi rtienagan it Ole 'Pandit)
,r,owlna rton 1.y. til 1".raten r r.
in uhich tho Wgrat'ea skim:ter wax
tijgrhlv rtratee4 by the members af
. the Surrey C e. for iqt snortsman snortsmanthla
thla snortsmanthla AMON, for gurrev Hewett can can'Itrett
'Itrett can'Itrett M wItxiott for 17 rang la Ow
',,rFo'l At),Ito riennen foot- 1 In,. ,in
in f(ros ovPPe. TT tifignalt J Chcv
1 At rritaa,.,. ornnpfil,eln
'nWled avPrg n wiei,pt t., a ,..,..
1 averi 1 milittpn 0 wiekit for7
snd 1 over fi wielt,4 for P.
Timoirei were C. Walker and J.
Tittine.

to Wes

Should,Yod

,
This is the third of a series of articles by a noted investmen
counselor providing a realistic look at the stock market toda
and telling what every investor or wotddbe investor oath( ti
know.

Sit WA SHULSKY '., .!
1 ,710 ; '''I
There ,iire:,, Several thousand
common 'Stock issues traded on
the principal US. stock exchang-
es and perhaps 30,000 to 40,000
more traded over the counter.
Somewhere in this sea of seturi-.
ties there are dozens of stocks
which should suit YOU to a T,
"1 have $16,000 to invest,"
writes the-elderly mechanic ctn
the eve' of his retirement.. I'd
like to get about $1,500 a year' to
adl to my social securizy. But, of
course, I can't take any chances."
"I have -only $2,000 to invest,"
says a widow. "So please send me
the names of some low-priced
stocks because I can't afford high-
er priced shares."
It's perfectly all right to know
what you want. But before you
put in your order it would help to
learn whether your aims are rea realistic,
listic, realistic, within the limits of good in investment
vestment investment procedure.
Now for Mr. Retired: ,'
You can not get $1,500 ,a Year
from $16,00 invested' in stock
with any degree of safety. That
works out to a 9.4 per cent yield'
and in today's market, 4 1-2 per
cent is a safe return,' five is liber,
al and tit is stretching it a' bit--
You,. might get it in land con contracts,
tracts, contracts, younlight get it hi real es estate
tate estate syndicates, you might get it
in low grade bonds. All these have
their own elements of risk
loss in value, or vulnerability to
inflation.
But you can't get it from high
quality stocks. And anybody who
tries to tell you he can is in the
same class with the guy who tries
to sell you a $2.95 watch as solid
gold.
The bargain bunting widow is,
of course, shopping for trouble.
In the first place she fails to rea realize
lize realize that a five per cent return on
her $2,000 will yield $100 a year
whether she huys '200 shares of a
$10 stockpaying AO cents.!.a year
or 20 shares of a $100 stock VA,-
ing $5. (with the $100stock hav having
ing having all the advantage in safett of
principal, stabilityW earliings
and dividends). ,o'''V-P 'frti,ot,
It will help to fix Your, lit
vestment goals ii nu- remember
vi
that,you areji ikstosks to, Om
r saimiAarlrat a AiriSrt e0rOti
titio4',With are' uni4tIstocki,,,in
the same market ind in direet Co
petition with experts. These ex experts
perts experts are managers of multi-million
dollar investment funds, pen pension
sion pension funds, life insura,nce compa companies.
nies. companies. banks.
I think it is fair to say that In
this itri4ket these 'xperts are
, quite etsitent Isci' gt four to five
per cent on their funds where
they are looking for income. (Pro.
fessional 1 n it es tors sppkims
Iessionat investors seeking
growth will go as low as one and
two per cent in order to buy. into
the companies yvhkh are allowing
backtheir earning into new pro:.
ducts',U ,'
It w014,..,Reeill:Itt Me' that anv
sensiblelle,ribti offered a stock
yielding eiglit or nine er cent
vmuld stop a 'dement and ask him himself
self himself why this good fortune is
available to him when profession professional
al professional moneyomanagers spend their
days debeting heftier to buy a
INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
By SAM SH1.11..$KY
Q. About 20 years ago (I am
now 50) I began buying an an annuity
nuity annuity at $100 a month. I have felt
for some time that I should have,
put half into some other invest investments,
ments, investments, since inflation is reducing
the value of my annuity ,e a c h
year. Should I stop the program
now, take the $200 a month for
the rest of my life and invest
that, plus the $100, in stocks?
Should I merely stop paying on
the annuity, allow it to continue
growing and merely switch the
$100 monthly paym ent into
stocks? Shotild I cash in the an annuity
nuity annuity ($28.000) and put the entire
groceeds into stocks?
A. I don't know what $200 a
month will buy you when you fi finally
nally finally do retire, but it is still a
substantial sum of money. If you
,utit the entire $28,000 into stocks
(with the safety of income no-,
where near the safety of the an annuity)
nuity) annuity) you could count on only
51.400 a year. So you see that
$200 a month is not bad. I would
vote strongly against cashing in
the annuity.
I would favor either of the two
latter eourses. If, you ould, deter determine
mine determine how much thela n tt,tt I t y
would "grow" tititil retirement
date if you merely' atottpett pay,
ments, then you wp,uld ,,'' have ,a
basis for decidinit whether, 'vtt
ought to start collecting lbe $200
now or merely put the $100 a
month (which you now pay into
the annuitv) into ctimmon stocks.
Figure five per cent on your
money invested and then, taking
the annuity payilut at the age
you ointend to, retire, decide
whether you musht to put COO a
month or' $300 a month into
stocks. rither a mount would
MAlt. a sound "dollar cost' av avteraging
teraging avteraging method of acquiring
,itocks and would result. together
with the annuity, in your retiring
on a comfortable package income.

'
,

to'cks Now
stock or band which yields 41
per cent or another which yiei
only 4:27. d
So don't go. bargain-lintins
securities. It mey turn out f
more' costly than a cheap pair
shoes.
A great deal of mystification I
also common in reader's tette,
over the subject: What 'tor;
should I buy?
These very people have f
years placed their trust in apr
slices 'made by the leading Ifi
trice! companies, in cars ma
by the standard auto builders,
foods processed. by the leadi;
food coMpanies. Yet when OH
start out to put their funds out
work they seem to overlook col
pletely these same corporatio,
as media of investment!
Do they think that our leadi4
fool; motor, electrical applian
coMpanies have for year made
psuil of losing money?
Don't they realize that it
company' has for years cof
mended public acceptance of
prOducts zt is -quite likely succes
ful in business a's well?
- I realize full well that many
small company has struck
lo4y apd, in a few years, rewar
ed its Shareholders many fot
StOcks'llave gone from $2 and i
to $50 and $75. And the holde,
were either unusually bright
unusually lucky. But you car
count on that for a steady times
ment iscome You will wl
years from now. For the 3Te
must turn to the companies ye
can feel certain will be arour
then.
I will rest my case by pointir
to the obvious fact that hundret
of professional investors, changt
with the employment of mar
millions of dollars for all forms
institutions; banks, etc., do
obvioust,
They buy die leaders tto
stock of companies you and I me
twerp- day in our shopping.
One of the country's oldest, fart
est and most successful invesf
ment funds invests in such obvi
favorites as Standard Oil of N(.711
'Agee, Untozetratific, Bethlehe
,
Steel, Federated Deroartm
Stores, Sears, Roebuck, Fireston
Tire, American Can, Cops Coli
Eastman Kodak then what'',
the point of you trying to be
"Illse guy" or of my trying ti
suggest "hot," but obse urt,
stocker
1 (Tomorrow! Preparing for
comfortable retirement)
Todais ()inning
STOCK PRICES
1. NEW ORK, (UPI) Stock!
surged uPwarti on heavy volumt
today, making up a good portiot
of the losses of the past two sea
sions. .. w,
Gains of a poiiii to 3 points weri
common throughout the industric
list.
1
ACF Ind 49b
Advocate Asbestos 275b
Alleghany Corp 1112
Aluminium Ltd 32
Amer Cyanamid 54 1
Amer Motors 3712
Celanese rt
Cerro de Pasco 38
Chicago Great West 45b
Chrysler 6612
Cities Service 55
Coastal Caribe 1
C !gate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel 2512
Creole Pet 51
Crown Cork and Seal 3214
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 12
Du Pont 249
El Paso Natural Gas 31
Fairchild Engine 234b
Fargo Oil 64
Felmont Pet 614
General Dynarnics 5412
General Electric 78a
General Motors 4912
General Plywood 22
Gulf Oil 11112
Harsco Steel 39b
Hayden Newport 17b
'Lowe Sound 1712
Imperial Oil 40
Intl Pet 34
Montrose Chent 1312
New Eng Tel -and Tel 166b
Northrop Air 35
Olin Ma t hieson 49
Pancoastal 4
Pan Israel 7-16
Phillips Pet 4612
Pure Oil 4134b
RCA 624
Reynolds Metal 924
Royal Dulth Sehll 4314i
San Jacinto 29
St4gnal Oil and Gas 3612
Sinclair Oil 6014
Soconr Mobile 43
Sperry Rand 2512
Standard Oil NJ 5112
Sterling Precision 3
Studebaker-Packard 104
Superior 011 1720
Texas Gulf PrOdS 3014
Textron 23
Underwood 26
United Canso Oil 114
, US Rubber 59
' ITS Steel 94
tirpstinghouse Elee PM
. Wheals( Stool or
49b
275b
11
3234
37
37 t
38
45b
55
1
25

248
31
234b
812
612
5412
787s
4912
22
11112
39b
17b
1712
40
34
1312
166b
3512
4912
4
7-14
4612
41b
624
92;4
4312
23
3612
6012
45 '"
2512
5112
312
1012
1720
3012 1(

2384
24

112
59 4
94
WA A $

(

,
,



-

.Tt
-

WriletSDAT. JUNE 1S, 195E
THE STOLY OP MA tell:A WAYNE
it, 4 ,

Awe k
moo
Nte
tml;
gmit
kink
elPf
111160
.0
OM' k

FRICKLIS AND NIS WRIINDS
4

o
A
r.f

it 0
44;
0

isAii
2"
;Lisa

ALLEY-OOP

ftA.
artAr

Vh4

4 't
'1
11
;
t

op it,.tv
,;:.
ff,It

AM
,
t.
''''''
11!

CAPTAIN 'BAST

IDA

fl
iti

,q14

,441,
4..

DOOTS AND HEN DUDDISS

t,
4
..,r
.
11
'
tt-vs
t
...0(p,
-1;)
t C'
1,10 0
t!,16
44
V".7.
tfri0
rc"!
I' 7r.
, 0,
oPor
:,,r3

h bro

,

,,,
:14; :',
MOITY MIIKLI
eF:PV
Ai;
t;
, 1

PlOOPLf
iviANOR1

YOU KOOINT Tit SKUNK WHO1 it,
DID THAT STAMM) PIT,0001A-, it:
rniiirt,,,,olitk
TO01 DA Goo" TO Tir ii3PITALa Ite 'I'
110g. HWY 1 Oe Lin
YOUGO WO
MACE,
7111

Barnyard Cline

Can't Fool Them

Rod's Suspicious

In Unfriendly Bands

KL ,- Center of Attraction
- ,

TEI tAltAblA 11111311CM4

iMk;7

11,7; 1.10 Ge011t 45 WW1
CNNECX ON,L NVOSIO:t
TACASUCTRUEVIIMIttiot V.ILIVNV
ingit VoN.VgAtik ttPLAMVWC0 WS0&41.
r tA.L.Vitiot 1021940V. Vat tql St.T1
111
"
)04N
119,11:11 NW
,1.41411
WP
'001 id, ;,1
-

HE ALWAYS ATTRACTS
, A LARGE GALLERY. A

-
4)4,-f
d
BOARDiNG HOUSI
,4 77 tf7

LoRD PiRcIVAL Wit311
pALLY MILS AwArrINS
gePAiltS TO Nis cAR,ITIAMPIT
LEAsT la COuLID Do,
MARISA, 3 IN3TALL SIM
IHS WEST SUITe!-- IF MILL
FOLLOW ME, AVLOKI:), 'LILL
6kOvi YOu 1gs Wooeut cCIA1
OF Altmg, HANDED boolt410
li111-rrr,

NOLIMIGAT 41-10V4 HIM THe RENT-1
.....4i
IN-ADVANCE:SIGN NAMIN6 AT
1)4E FOOT OP 1NE STAIRS,T00!
IT AS MR1141514.1E10 DEPiCTING
'atm ram CUES,A HAM
MOCI ANDA HO0PLE AsTRIDE
A itEERIES,s1OUILL FIND IT
WISE SINK I CHOPPED
,IMER ON IT INIS a
AFT EIZNOON f

with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY

n'"4Itt$3rR

OOP 4,-
cona Tmo diltA114

44111.16;
tigt NOV

Wit WERE IVAKN
YOU WAN TO
Hhitit

SY J. IL WILLIAMS

PE UCANS

WZVt

ITINU 'FURL OPI THE TyPHOON PRIYS
PELICANS 'MOM THEM BEA.0-4 NESTS.
LATER, 'BROKEN NESTS AND, ESSS SWIRL
AROUND -n-tt wixregS EP95. BLIT -1)-1E
MAKE NO EFFORT -TO'RETRIEVE -THEM. INS'TEANT1
"THEY START' TO BUILT? ANP NEST ALL OVER
Aro6,1N -r-Ha SAME VULNERASLE LOCATION.
Ditotribyted loy Xing nalsreSynaksto.
"5-. "';V-14,milo selta:P"
hr. 10, ----
,

r

etze HE
COMES...Lers
SEE MAT ME
1-10120USHT!,

LET S 60, Kft,S
rvmtko4 s
):101 FLAPPiN'

F,

,

'

Z?

i

Ili:WILSON SCRUGGS PRISCILLA1 POP

BY MI !BRILL SLOBBER

BY V. T. HAMLIN

SY APGAR MARTIN

BY LISLil TURNIR

SY DICK CAVALLI

zr Pt, WILLIAM.
Tao 00 Pe 6.1
19..1 gtt IV.. 4,,

:'111 ENDEMIDIENT DIRT lavntrArnt

01146

WIPE..

IUGS BUNNY

1

f-.2

(MAT WAS A CLEVER 1PEA
-
OF YOURS SUOtSESTINS
v.Erpow WINO
SOMETHINO TO THE
PiCNIC, POWs".

I As Appetite

By Colbraith

i "Who's for a final salute to yesteryear with a chocolate
fudge banana split?"

1950 by NSA in.
TM. Moo 11.11. Pat.

11- ..". 1
1 It's a shame your mother hit your bike backing o'ut of
i the garage, but you shouldn't leave it
1 on the front lawn!"

Double Negative

mosikommsEmmentilon mom

HUGE GUARDIAN FOR GERMANYSoldiers 'of the ITS.
40th Artillery Group raise a mighty Redstone missile in Eck Eckweiler,
weiler, Eckweiler, Germany6 The short-range ballistic missile, which can
be armed with, an atornic warhead, is on guard as East-West
opposition in 'Gerniany 'stiffens.'

4

i,

AfAVVAS DAAMA APPWAY;

AI

PANAMA
GUAYAQUIL

3:00
3:15
3:30
4:00
4:80
5:30
1:00
740

Today's

NrWS
Dinah Shore
The Ruggles
Mr. WIzard
Capt. Kangaroo
PANORAMA
Claesroom. Camera
Gen. Math It, No. 4
Jinuny Haywood Show

, 1

B:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:1S

Tv Program

PAWL ELEVEN

III AL VIERALB

Courtesy of Aerovias Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057-3-1698-3-16ft
It
OFFItE HOORp: from 8 cm. to 6 pm,

00

Mid-Week Movie
The Lady with Red Pair
'MU Is Your Life
Wed. Night Fight
Treffic Court
CFN NEWS
Enc : Jimmy Rodgers and
Star Performance.

S30 XcA.- Panantti 1090 Xca. Coln

1 00$ iii h 00,
- .
M-MOOCHER IRAS TPIVITED COmES... LETS .NTI rrJM.4.04-5 ---1; ..,, .1 --,z, A 1
' ,.
NAVE WIPIPP:,A MANItli SURE lok pi7 ',T4 BAH,
SWELL NICr -,.. If-- to ,f7
1.--)ij,4,17- ) .1. sr,,,,ousvmATN, TAr. FLA,PP1N' I.
f '''' V '
' ' tr
WE RENTED THIS OLD OWL BAND NAVIN' 10 7
7 HIAASEL, ALONO. PETUNIA!
, 4., ,'.,,w .4p
.
!MAN SO OUR. IN SHAPE t- woof usteN lb ANY 4 s 1. ofT"EvEyetarT:pcoyAsSsudAseadiNEE6VEST211461PEA
II-- '6 SOMETHINO TO THE imanimasolinsi jot!! pf s got 114, 6
lit .t.aka1014
PRACTICING. 1- FIND -nmet t 1 1 I comealars , 111111111B PICNIC, POW's' I! '',',10t; r,'-.:- ...:
.
- -...?.
WCSTY BOTHER. s ,N ,., -, It 14 rtintmiliond t ,. sit es
7.'2 roe
ANYBODY - .. "6... ill' 4
1 1 CI Plkilb 1 '5-7,1' '. IN Thirt,-,,4.,. k: 41 ''. , ri
..., CNi -
6 9- 1(.4 A it'' "-,,,, n r; re.
6- d'14.,--
, i ,, ih-e..., .,' )1 ;'.
1,
i 1 Uq'''- ---.4'"''-' -' ,),.- 4 --N INif 1, ,,,,a ,,,- ipk
it won ----; te j,. It! pl: ,k 0
u" ,t .,,...,14"1
14,,,, 4;9;i) t14A k' (11,1,71'
r 1 -
..e.: ... nor Irir
, l', (1(. .4.. it; Ik
"? :,; .;:.....,..,
I .4.-6.
k i l':1 11,1
, la30- l'-tt. I iTi: 1
i
-'-' .? ..' ;b0,44 4P6
kit .4'. e .1- ---y Ap, :P-757, F.- I, ..---: bokki, dip' ,.. 4;--u-..-,., (
! t'' ;11' -----,1 por '-': ---e trpi ,, V
I, ........ ,, .retorei
7 T-,)a (rt A -4A bbbihril -1- i
'
A-1..... --- ---1- 6.IL
N 4 MP Ws NA esoilt, .01 Its 11.11. NUL. -- -
) .
diE --;- .-----.---..----------,,----:....---.5.----...------ 11--osa. --- --- --- -- -- ------ ---
.
.
P Can't Fool Them BY V. T. HAMLIN (.1014d1;AgEtttS
I True Life Adventures
,.
.., ,
, ..
.
, . .. ,, .... ., ..
. ...
7""oillii41.,4,--4---;,,L, -- :7---'-'-,
; ,t - PERSISTENT ------,...,,----; --. ,,,,.--z,,.,..4,,,L.,:-. 4 .... ...
ONLY A ERN IN A MAIA01.14. YES,191111 -IM' WifV,I4E'S ASSOLLITILV 1".; NO,MKAM, sot Ars saw!
'TALL NAT. RIDINC Tof KILLER! MIT OP 714' EVEN 410f BULLET- NAME WIEP KNOW MAW FOOL
'SOLI SAW EAST...SAID- NE WE'RE ALL MD MEN,
NOOODY15,40( Was LCO4IN' PM LOOKIN' FOR INKI titql
rillilir TH' NJuta PROM WE 'IOU Welt -1Ni ill HI OL! winks
SCAPSP.1 HEM SEEN ilkiewED Lntil WS- KO I '-';;.,;,,,,,-,--;,74; ,,,--.... 274;17-- 4.
PELICANS :',f ---,...--- --,....-"k,-.
,
....
,
. - -:
0 win oN THR gomasorN, NAME Alk HIM) ,dill ,s,... SIM? : LIP MERE! stomas! ,.,
---'1'-.;,.;;..,-;-- f
pRAIR,R,0,? ; Or kisSACAK .....
mi.
011 s3 dill 1:4 ;Ilk, --r- L .' '.44i,..1::...... '. ... Q' Z. ... '''... :4 .3.,'.;, .".$ .: J ... t 1 : 1 ,,
, ,. ..
,.. '14111111.M14"1.e
6. i'66 11'4- f --N -4 -4,F44rAL i-
,,, ,,:..,,, ...4 1,,I, ,. ,u .:, , ,,, a
pit
-,. top' 4 VP 0 1 1 i N 1 0 1A1 ra V 1 5e A. i iz tetir 40
-- .4.----k$ As' 4 ...,,,,,,,,,,,,-, ,
, ,,,,,,,,,k . s ,,,,,,.., ....
, ... ,, .. .... :,.
, t
, .
. ,,
..,.
,
.
i,,,,,,, ,,, ,- ,,-, I: ,011 ,. 411 . ,.... -,,-..,,i ,. ... ;,0 -, ,
dfrmt 8 Cr
, 1 t ;1-,,14 I -'1,,,'
'11:41--',. 1 -1- 4' 0, ,.... di. .., I- iik );,
of Pi , N. v
1
,
V ilklit : .,' -; ''''', 0 4,,,,,1114.1,411F Art- i -:- l' ild r '''S' f,i i 0
, 0 i .,: N' OiSer""1:' ,.,, illk'j'::0";!:H. :,,,',.;, .,.. :44bi' 10 i71,0, ;VIII' . 0 0.st,f t...
1
,.,, , ... .
, ,.
- 0 ','....' ;1r A :id L C7,11S1-
4- . ,60 ' Y -,11W.- FM;;IENS,' t
, lk. 1 -.. : 1,... Illp, ,,. 4.4Z701 ..N.,,,0L 0, 0
.. YV T
:41 Al I. i r ,...4 . -I, :-.0-, ,,, fa-kto .7,2 1., I.-
"''DT tt -1M1 i ; FIT --fir- .4,-44 i
. ; ', ,.. 1,-o ,..1..:k Iire.....:..::......:..,,,...:....;..:,,,A,...: ....,.,,.....1,..:7,.m::.,..,1;.. .,.. 40.,..0,..4,1,0,9..,.-.,v.,..,0,:..,?,..
t It y -"sr e 1. : .1.4 .10,,t,, ., iii,,, 11.177? 0rI". , ..... :. t ,.,.
N''''i.'
i ,-- f ei.4.- It
A .- 1
6.1 SOL 'THU 'FURL OPI -11-11L TyPHoON PRNES -rHs
..,,,.,,,,A 5... tp....,.., I PELICANS rit.OP-4 -THEIR BEACH NESTS.
J x. '. .
,
- : X '
41 -1
- 4'1. 4 '' LF3 . e
:. ;,,' ----t-J- i,Iti him AT Ar-- f.;1 LATER 'BROKEN NESTS idsNi7 Eao6S SWIRL .... .,.4,..... ::....:,, t ,1; .'1',..-, ..--1:,,,i
'
- ..------
. , AROUND -n-im eq,krepts EPOS. But- -rHE yELics.NG ,, ,... ,..;.,t.titfo'',. 01.0 4-.:
. sy Isssit mARTIN .gri NiAKE NO spr-corr -TOIRETRIEVE -THEM. iNsTE,,r3:
D HER BUDDISS Rod's Suspicious c.4,1!. ; ." 1141 -11-TEY START' TO BUILT? ANP NEST ALL OVER
,
. ACIAIN IN -rHa SAME VULNERASLE LOCATION. ''. - :'.:'' .-:.. '( 4"-0-6,k-,.0111, 4,.1
- - , 'o '.
INAribyted by Xing FittereSynakst
,...."5-A "'..7ek. 61.-fp, ,.., :,'.K
,
lit modpith GeAUCZ 10 tiCht 90141 ekVarAn.ITAL 0:844eiNASTatS ICKAZOI Nat OktAtAtt)Vb TRIENACR.V. 19 -k-. tiotf;;;,---r.o.,i-r,tlr:...i.L;,:-7t---,,...,4,, ,;Alz; ,.:,,
, ..,..,.. r : 1 i :::i:;!......,: 4,0414,:zik 4
0,.... .
. 0,AAS7.- , ...7,-' ''',. 'AN
, tobl,, OeVE0(. eh& Vakiretect eNstMoil INAy., -Ix) -s. osathitt41112WIS151AlEt. WtIrel,Vits.11. r- -, 7, ------:', - 0-'----r ,,.. l!':';''.p.r1, l'il,,',,.
tattNISS.XCIZIEVeratatiamot istlia4,-tv: vocts000rkC kwNE, ......m...1. qr.p.m.,,,.. ''" 7.10r-- ---- '--..-..- ' itiod ''''''''.4-' 4:1,::, A 4
iI44 11;1 4 "41("LW 1:4tSl';'" VCa6) t'ICkl I IC)!
'' t ot
- o. .L'A gl
,-0.-, -"ii7i1 ''---- - -"'. -,.'--7-.-
-
.
..
, , '
; ,,,,,.. ,-40-,iti;-!-'IIT..o 0.,t
''"'41.-"k. -.0 V
r ULI-Vt-t141 ID2r1-94t4f4 Vat V'ttIVI
q ol-,Aorlill 1.1 -iv 1.1 it t-0 t latf ,,, -0,, fl.,
s,-.'!.-:-4,k ',.','-,
4,mitelitiort,iiii?liollip.4i1111101111110,40111111,, --zi- .---4,-, -....z.vi . ,x- ...5, ;,,,tS-..;,,t4'
. ,os -- do ,A710 mAN .0, 1,'., ..7 ... A i Ar, .I'V.. . :4 ,,.
i 10-l'i4' ' ( , 4,1(41,
': ,,..4 41 , rs, r..--.,,,,,J,
,. Pi 11 ,,,r.m.ik , ..s. Ai-r, ,:, ....: ',,,.'"...t1: . ::,.: 4::::;,;;,,: fi,' :;,;,:'',....f.:
,,,., .-At 0, :,, ,- '::- t,',. 4,..,
"
)1 4 ' ''
,igis t) A;.,
... 4.4:. ---..---- ,sieginistet,,,
- -,...c-i,a- --es.. - ,
.,
..,,,,,,,,,it ,,t4t:
:- si 'i
.
-I el, t- --94- 1),
'., 110 '.-,-, s';04 ''. :. frilf etr p lei-.
,, 1,f01
t ,,
, 10 8 10 kb, ..,
..
,,..,,.. ,.
,..,,...,
..
..
,
r,
,,1 Olv ,-, ,,, -mr, !Sett ' 1
.. .. , Atg $.1D GLANCES Bv Colbraith ,, 1 t...,!
, ,1 ,,
-'
,, ,, l i..,,, :..
,tilvs...-4-
. 24.,.,, ., so, ,,
0
b,"..! tigg A
;,1 4---oe
ai 1-00.,,
A "..'411 1
;I E --
1 - Vitt st:;:PN 0 holig ,,, , .',.:--.3.,,,
- -, witiii ur a st'4161111,
-,...0 It-4 .-,'' -., ...
,
. - IP
- a. ...... . ''''.. . 3,,
.
, ...,,
, r
.. i.....
SASY In Unfriendly Banda BY LISLiii TURNIt 3
t 111 .ff
.(, t ''-. '1
-. ----- .. I 0 ti (.. ....'. 0., 0
... ,.. ,, 1
.. 'od ...., 0
. :si,.-11111111.111! You wool T Tti' SKUNK WH' lerti WI WERE WAKN LE880! ..-'HDI'0 wmAr ' Tr 4TO 1 M71 YOU THAT OIL li 1 W )1' ;)' LII , of 4
I
r
,., t,
, DID THAT STASSED PIL000146,', I 7 YOU IMAM To icyt ts THIS? Ler ,,,,,, ROTHEADS GONE, PS THE EMMY ..u.r-0.4
' i I I,-). ;
,,,,. i kl ,
t -4 I
1.- TON WY TO01 DA DOOP TO Tif Kamm, Itt -, HARM SIM! a".'''' HER GO. 1 sixsalum, THEY HAD OP DR.DOOPIE! It, 4111 rl, : .,. L
'too DO This fOlt HEIL 01 LIPI HELP Ir I ,9 I 't
to loyal, '., ..,,, yOu co IC in ., NOTHIkill TO DO MTH THEY pp iT i. i
A, HARmING POORE! FOIL BIM! ,' '14. lik
' 00" PIACI! '''. ;4 t's
,
. , 7 '' I $ o. ,,,r, b
, It
I
I i I;
te '' d 0 P'111 5 i .-'1 lok..,s, ,. , ;31y !oil ,.
eit) , w4s)
;01 s ,,,
. 4 1, , ,, ,.,. ,, 16.31, .0,- 4 tGilUleAryiRGDriAouNp rFaOiske aGmERiaMhtAyNRYedsStroonidelemr5is'saitie thine EtTc.1,S;
,
V
, ,,i 0,1
' l'(-' , lik e w4H0eUt ihiCe ArE,
rGermany, The short-range ballistic missile, which can
be armed with, an atornic warhead, is on guard as East-West
; ; I., 46 el ' :, iogt,h ,, 9
. r I 1 t, k opposition in Gertrlany 'stiffens.'
t i ri .........
,. ) 'V -..-
, 2;s0,,,' Ise il
I 0 17664IRle kleSo:,fit --- 1
' ., .."r;7-1016 i .1,111 di
11
.
.
, 'No.....
--tl! '0 P i,', :,,,, : try :t ,v,,,t
.., ,, ,, -,,I,,,,,,, .kr ,, 1.,,t,t, :, (1 ., ...,.
ass ,-n.-,-..-" .4, :,,,,-,,, iJ10100 '. s Oriip,
1111111
ft 4
r- 14 )
, 4' If of .3
I, S .,,
... a
;
o it,'.
f "trjjal?;7g441:2F
all 1 e, 1,1W,.. :' ,- !sIstwZiti.'4 '''.,' ' ,,,,ot, to ,,-41 skanzzlib
,
iio al ,..., ,t,,,I,,,,,,.,,,.t---,,,,,w.. ,4,,,,,,z, 4.1 A--A, c,..--
op ,. :.,,,,,,,,, ,,Ip- .. .,,,. .0, 190 A NS, ,S11001411116. t,i4 ., ''V'' -
NEA ,.,,,,.. NI .0 1
APPCWAS 104014AfA AlAPWAY;
.
e". '.
, 1,4' I
. ..
ri
p ----'' i it
, .. .
,
BY DICK CAVALLI 141A! 10 ..', '' i
1111KLI "---- Center of Attraction ..
,, '', :..A iH
. ,...
, .....
. e '' 4- ,---.................... . PANAMA 00
HE ALWAYS ATTRACTS 0104. "1148VPOILON141M ,
THAT'S dilkVAY A LARGE GALLERY. AI (Now ,, 4,,y EveTsmotri mg Er:::arl. ,, ,.,, 1 $55
SPLEEN, JILL! MEI at IFP, fr-r ,
kl GUAYAQUIL
K0 TO WIN ....- e'ry IIMIE : ,
THI l'OURNAMENT. ti Vt. .01 ,,
.
t 7t; ". .. .15. Al : 'Lit 40iN:. 11St 'A Ptb AISIIAL 'PA'''''
. .4r.--7. arolL..nn
0
,
tAl 771-L. 0 IIP I 6 1 7 : 1 4 1 1 itlf 411 7 1 I (ill ; is -4'
ork IL ,p,,. ,,
, tit 111,102. Pot OIL k r
1 i 41,;,,, ,,,,'.
, '' fr 11111 lk P 'i 's Ak Imes .. 1110 by NIA bleo Today's TV Program
e' es ., 10.1"-dd, TT
oil
,,. i at ,,.
..,, 4 ,.... AA&
. .' ' ..i......1.1'. AVI ' iii .. 3:00 DEN NEWS B:00 Mid-Week Moviet
. MO . ,,
r 1A-fa ;, 11,7.?,. ,!.;;;;.h,,, ,-,
.
, I iii "Who's for a finaflusdaglout:atnoayneast:prygr, with a chocolate
' 3:15 Dinah Shore The Lady with Rod fair
; ......,
41. i'l!i';'4::'.ki,,,11 : .:. ..
':'
...
I,;, ,,.' ,''
'''.. 3:30 The Ruggies 9:30 This Is Your tits
Ilk
es).
,
,
.,,
,
....
,: ,,
,.
:,..,....
...,. ...
,.,.
, ,,,
.
.,...
.
..
.),"--.. ,,;,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,..., ,,.-,;."'",',,,, .16 'It I
,..,,
,....,... ..,,,,,,,,2
, ..,.... .......,.. ,..,,,
.,, ,
116..--,., -, i,
141) .....
.
1
- 4:00 Mc. WIzard
,it:3030 pCAa40. RKAamngAaroo
7:00 Clusroom. Camera
Gen. Math II, No. 4
7;20 Jinuny Haywood Show 10:00 Wed. Melt Fight
10:30 Traffic our
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:15 Enc: Jimmy Rodgers and
Star Performance.
- 11E19 ., ,,,,,,,sm Anew W. t .,, ::(!b.--"1.)7 -7
Courtesy of Berwrias Panama Airways,.
.
. ma
- -.-
.
.
ROTH HOUSI with MAJOR i'100f1.11 OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS ,1,,,-,,, yti ,10,.,11:,. 0: E,:$,,,: .7 74:A. : 3-1057-4-1698-3-1 669
i ), -., ',; i't 4v,,,
. 4,
.
V. 7,1 77 te7 IOU SWAT 41-10V4 SWINE RENT- t
"
11 NCI ;LORD FiiRCIVAL.MUet IS ADVA SON SAN6IN6 AT
'" NCE: I 4 000P MOSH, i V4W4 10 WOW WHO 1 ..... L
n
,, INE FOOT OPINE STAIR5,7001 4 1 WHAT PO 7HEAl ,,
' OALLYWHILS AWARINS ot COURSE
REPAiRS TO NIS CAR,ITS0UPIT AS FOR 114'iITELO DSPiCT1NG MEP A Swam
MIRK POW I
MIR, 0.1)11, t
'NE 'LEAST WE COULD DO, 'CROSSED rOOL CUES,A HAM- .
. t-........
i4ARIPTA, IS INffiTALL HIM Ittl MOCI AND A NO0PLE ASTRIDE ,
. IHR SUEST miTe!-, IF YoUILL A itEER KED,'101.11LL FIND IT ,.i1 .46 A,:.!vicl , .,' 7 t, O.FFICE AC
.0 ,l,. !:, from 8 cm. to 6 pm
.
FOLLOW ME, AVI.Okt; 'LILL IM ISE SINK I CHOPPED
ti
, ,,
.....,
, r' ill -.-
SNOW YOU INS NOOK cCitt '1-1"R C't'l IT 1.815 i 4 At.
OP ARMt,, HANDED DOV4NTO AFTERNOON;
.
.......!imilil mE. gy..,........ N't ' itifii f 604d0 ,,,....-- ----41. ---
taR .ir,,
A .r-vt- , ,
., logv,,,,Att,l, ,, o
rf 14 gib .4 '
. .:11V k Oto ."';iiiVAd Spog' H d I
'
til ( .94, , ,-, 1,4 ,ii:e, p. Altioli. es
i
.,,)1 iy) ,,---,,I: ,,, .,44, .., ,.
, , o i ,....
,:, .,,,,10.411z 1:::,1,,,, ,,, P..
' 1 S 14.
Xi r1; .1 ( '' 1 0. lial tti .$114..'' "r; ).1 -.-'' Air i 1 , -.... i .,
.
, t, N te,
, Fill s, .,,, .,,Ik .., S Ordt ,bp
61hillittlii 1 f,
ii, , .., t
il, im -,N3 i .4' 0 t.
. i
"N:
.
:
fl '',,,,, Al ,V :' Illl
4 '''.. ( 6 4 ; 0
S'',:. 1Ilt 1
I
POT
li 4. VS1111V4 6 e
1.
1 I i i I t
0 la.A.
C4 C6
' V ir V '' t 1 .. i
44 to , ,
: .:: 0,,,,tY
' lc, 1 ,,f,
- i l' ,: i '. t
y
,s,:l ----,..., , 1,,,, ,,,, ....Akio- poop, .. )11 ,,
'. fij, peit4
, ,,,,!,,,,.......:,.
,,,L-- ,s,,
, '-- 1
,----1- 4.
s,
ii
,..4.
''1:..'-,..,-.'"',----''"-1----...-.T.---,..---------- '1":.....,' OPP Ill; E ditiASS 10.7.w"Ill;A1151H, 9411.1"; II A
O..4..........
c ISSO by NSA Servio0 inA.
the garage, but you shouldn't sav it
. NNW
' al&
,
CTli .'t 4 li '::4 j '. ' I '' r' 41110,7..,.str
SI St. NA: 17.t Pat. 611.
AAaT k 41 ., ,... - -4,-,-:-.--T-Ti-- f f-1 830 .7tr.4..-' Ptutanta- 1090 Itca. toh5n
,,,,,Lit ,.., .t. ,,I ik 'I, 1.....1k,.. ,:. ,.. ..... ,.,
806 i. "it's a shame your mother hit your bike backing olit of
iviANO a ir t tl, !N gik, 1
,,
.. ., ... L -.
, P ..... on the front lawn!"
. .. .. v.
, --
. ,
.
.

AAJ MIL AI Alba m min v. ME. MP Oa 11In
-
tlkil V DID iT BECAUSE THAT )1 etze HE V LET S SO. KR:6

SY OP MA ItTI:A WAYN V - : rtly Chlels - BY WILSON SCRUGGS
' - ', --- :- .''
, iIiilS,OiSF.-01. It' F 1 SACILD CIS OF 0114ATUVA LATIT 01' '
o 1
. 1.!. .;1. r : ,I4, -,T, "t, -- - .,--,. z -4
ta.h. sib Is 11;
.
, t Lirtim ion, 0136;5,110,11 YO WAS LON; t,,,'.' '' I I ?-1
,, ,----,,,
-'4.'1.3 k- i Si frOPOI NOMA. SCANS tillwaS1-11,1 ILACKMAILS16,.. ,.,,. : AEF.. Vat I 1 1,, r
. fr ftISYLPITII '?
1111
iii9,
,
'
I i ... v.. 'i.: 1.
i, fr. ,.., .41A ,101A i
' "' op,' -- 4.,
., Azt, I ro,
) ."'N, 147111 '1 It'r
, 1 ti 1.,.' iii i'
1 .,,,,,,,,,
,, '. i
'
,.
t 1 I al -' i I '
. I I ,',- , , 4 I el.-N.' I , boo t Hi 1
4- ', I ,44- NC 4041
A 01. ti i "It-1 I 101S1 Z ql I l 4
le ,I. oit NC' 4.. 1 211111V 4 --4 ... -,44...- H' 4 ,, -.
"t i'',. )
ilk i' 7. --- -- -- ,, ,r ;-- k.
' : I V,Ail', i ' I
A r e--)
.. i '14'1i' 1 4 ( ..' 1 '' 11 1
L. r 1 i .4.
1 ilk'
1d 1 ko f
7 -: ,
111111101111111tat -i 111' ....: 1.- t , ,101 in NIK Wks
it, SI
114 ,
. -

-
, ft-,
BUT WI-IY TI-IE I CAN'T
. BLINDERS!' .....-:,...1.- S-TAND' -,. 1:
- t tr '"" 1111;;"!. SEEING YOU i tl,
ti, 1,
r- .:. Eso --4 SEEM- Me4 .1 -7 ..,
k' Ifrio", i
ih Fa, ,, z, ,, 1.1-11S! et
ItilikiN ( -t:::
L.
' "'" 0' VW ZI
, I (It eto.t ; .1 Y : i W 4 i gliA
.. 4 -, i,'
tif a
: stAtilki 0 NI 04,114 4 4
, lir. 7 111 r OP :11.1.1,,, t
. 1OV. 'O.
. A eel.
a
v ,, ,,
6,:,,,, 11,:;.,
4
1 rim )
. ,:,, lit A 0,
1611,1 7"10' ji t
k :
,1,,meks
,,,.-----,
' ;11111111.11....,:sar-IPPA LI .'i Ar,tosb , - ite itehot
hot itehot .!4,.. ,ii
,
,
,

,

.



Olo.,m0

- 4
'

kript4 tHA SWEP

MILOL!S.

'BEHAVIOR

1

SONS 0

HE CRImfg ittp,

NAVE 0 UMA eXPIERteN01 UNEXPLORED

Shows: 1:00 2:45 4:35 6:50 9:00 p.m.PR10ES: .75 .40

N4 t4'41-4.61,1

voloommtwoolow;m'oo;v4mmtaili
STAMM
it
ORSON WELLES. DIANE VARS1 DEAN STOCKWELL. BRADFORD 0111MAN Dusoz
ErMARSIIAtt: MARTIN MILNER PRIMO D. ZANUCK- BIRRD REISCIIER MURPHY. ITillraIN Is1TmE'R'Erro'Nitgr4eZ

I

3

..

I .!

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 10 (LTDFour white youths go
on irial today in the rape of a 19-year-old Negro college coed.
Selection of a jury was expected to be difficult, with many
whites seeldng to avoid serving.
, 'Sheriff William B. Joyce prepared to post 20 deputies around
amfin the 114-year-old courthouse. He said it was the largest
Timixber he had ever assigned to a raPe trial.
'11 have had no reason to believe there will be trouble," he
said, 'But I am taking security precaution to insure we can
handle any situation that might arise."
, The four defendants, ranging in cused if they wish. Of those still
age from 16 to 24, face death in empanelled, only three were wom womtbeelectric
tbeelectric womtbeelectric chair if they are found firi and there were "several" Ne
guilty without a jury's recommen- gro men.
dation of mercy. No white man The Negro girl, a student at all allever.
ever. allever. has been executed in Pori- Negro Florida and and M is re reda
da reda -for rape of a Negro. All four covering from influenza but she
have pleaded innocent. intends to testify at the trial.
Judge W. May Walker already Prosecutor William D. Hopkins
had:dismissed about 50 out of a said yesterday he was confident
jury venire of 256. He said a num. the trial would be fair.
ber were ill or in the old age "There is no double standard of
bracket where they may be ex justice in the south," Hopkins
said. "I'm not talking about seg segFlight
Flight segFlight Engineer Jegation, that's a different thing,
!I'm talking about justice in a
I111 15 ni I criminal case.

Flight Engineer
Killed By Plane
Pr.oa At Idlewild
iiEW YORK (UPI)---A Trans
Wald Airlines flight engineer
was killed yesterday when he was
struck by the propeller of a Con Constellation
stellation Constellation that was being warmed
up at Idlewild International Air Airport.
port. Airport. There were no passengers
aboard the plane when Dante Lu Lugano,
gano, Lugano, 40, 11 Garfield St., Dumont,
N:J., was knocked. unconscious.
He died 30 minutes after arriving
at a hospital.

!

moo

v,

,

0

me

Inn MEM INEIME 11111111111111 MEM 0E11
-

-We will present the facts in
this case and if they prove the
guiit of the defendants, I have no
doubt about the verdict the jury
will return.

If the verdict is guilty and the
jury makes no recommendation
for mercy, Judge Walker must
pass the death sentence.
The victim's identity is known,
but a Florida criminal law forbids
puhltcation of the name of any
rane victimwhite or Negro.
The girl was asked yesterdaY
what punishment she thought

HIL n
NELL

1,

JOHN ELAINE 1
DIREKSIIIVART

1
1
1
1

1 income.msout .' .., ... '.-.. AILIWIN, VA LI, Mal
Terror and temptation! Desire and greed!....
I. pack Paramount's "HIGH HELL" with high drama
end excitement! "HIGH HELL," was actually film filmed
ed filmed on the world's most rugged mountains. OPEN OPEN.
. OPEN. !NG TOMORROW AT THE LUX.
&Emu nun OEM NOM 1111111111 NEM MEMO 11111111111

.1-.1pv,
. ,

Tit r, Sne

,.hite Youths On Trial
For Negro Coed's Rape

should be given to her assailants
tney are found guilty.
"I clkyn't know what they should
get," she said. "I just believe
they should get the same thing a
Negro boy would get under the
same circumstances."
"Do you think it will be a fair
and just trial?" she was asked.
"I don't know," she said.

itherace Denies
His Sex Appeal
In London Cour!

I LONDON (UPI)--Liberace ad admitfed
mitfed admitfed in court yesterday that he
went on a round of pubs with
staff members of a London news newspaper
paper newspaper that he accused of brand brandmg
mg brandmg him as a homosexual.
The American pianist and TV
entertainer spent six hours on the
witness stand giving evidence in
fi.e second day of the trial of his
libel suit against the London Daily
Mirror ana its columnist William
Connor, who uses the pen-name,
1"Cassandra."
Liberace testified that he made
' the "pub crawl" with reporters
and photographers of the baily
'Mirror 10 days after the publica publica'tion
'tion publica'tion of the Cassandra column that
called him "fruit-flavored," and
"masculine, feminine and neu neuter."
ter." neuter." He did so, he said, because
many persons changed their opin opinion
ion opinion of him after they had met
him personally.
Liberace told the packed court
room that his mother "to this day
is a sick woman because of this,
vicious attack" by Cassandra4
Justice Cyril' Salmon told Lib Liberace
erace Liberace conc?rning the pub crawl
that "you must have been in a
very forgiving mood when, after
yob!. mother had been taken ill,
you accepted the hospitality of the
paper."
Liberace said he had promised
to do the pub ;icrawl for the
newspaper before he came to
England, adding, "I made a pro promise
mise promise and I kept it."
Gerald Gardiner, attorney for
the newspaper, said that "all
Cassandra is describing by saying
that you are the summit of sex is
the universality of your appeal."
In yesterday's testimony, Daily
Mirror attorney Gardiner asked
Liberace, "Do you suggest that
your publicity has nothing to do
with sex appeal?"
Liberace replied: "I have never
considered myself as a sex appeal
artist."

f

v-.,wOb.o-.v-,,w

COMMENDATION AWARD-;-Capt. Thomas C. Marine was recent recently
ly recently awarded the Commendation Medal for his meritorious service
while performing the duties of protocol officer-for Head4Nuarters,
Caribbean Air Command. Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon present presented
ed presented the medal is an informal ceremony in the CAirC's command
section. Marine's next assignment will be Stateside duty with
the 1134th Special Activities Squadron, Headquarters Command.
Fort Meyer, Va., for duty with the assistant chief of staff, In Intelligence,
telligence, Intelligence, Washington, D.C. He leaves the Isthmus to join his
wife, Shirley, and sons Tommy, Raymond, and Stanley. on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, before assuming his new duties. (Official USAF Photo)

Plan To End Army-AF Bickering
On Missiles Talked In Capitol

1
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi- for the .Air Force Bom,arc and
dent Eisenhower conferred with the Ilduse upheld the action.
his top military and Oyi lian ad- Gates said after the White
visers today on a "masteilHouse meeting that the "master
air defense plan designed in pirt plan," draWn,Up by Defense Sec Sect
t Sect end Army-Air Force bickering ,retary Neil H; McElroy and the
over anti-aircraft missiles. Joint Chiefs of Staff, was dis disThe
The disThe White House and the con- cussed.
ferees were unusually tight-lipped The House and Senate have
after the 80-minute meeting. How- split on the missile centroversy.
ever, Deputy Defense Secretary The Senate Armed Services Com ComThomas
Thomas ComThomas S. Gates Jr. did say that mittee voted a slash in funds for
he did notAhink the plait would the Nike-Hercules 'The House Ap Apbe
be Apbe submitted to Congress 'town.- proOriatkitis Committee cut funds
roow as originally scheduled, for the Air Force Bomarc and
The plan was demanded by the the House upheld the action.
Senate Armed Services Commit- Gates said after the White 1
tee so it could obtain a clear pic- House meeting that the "master
ture of just what the Defense De- plan," drawn up LI Defense Sec Secpartment
partment Secpartment planned to do with the retary Neil H. McElroy and the
Army's Nike-Hercules antl-aircrafT Joint Chiefs of Staff, was dis dismissile
missile dismissile and,the Air rotee's rival cussed ",a little.," Like others pres-,
Bomarc rocket. y ,ent, he,'-declined all other coirt-',
,
ment. '. i
Besides concern over the possi- Gen. Thomas D. White, Air
bility of duplicating weapons, Con- Force chief of staff and one of
gress wants to find out whether thet few participants who did not
too much money is being spent leave the White House by a pri prion
on prion air defenses against bombers vate exit, had "no comment
Russia is putting increased em- on anything."
phasis on missiles at the expense It was u,nderstood that the mas masof
of masof manned planes. - ter plan may call for cuts in
The House and Senate have spending for both the Army iitid
split on the missile controversy. Air Force missile but still pro proThe
The proThe Senate Armed Services Com- vide for continued use of bah.
mittee voted a slash in funds for The Defense Department does not
the Nike-Hercules. The House Ap-Iregard them as competing weap weappropriations
propriations weappropriations Committee cut funds I ons.

,

kfil rtetiLli A-rower:1J
r':emanas:-
.
. ,,:.,:,,,,,,,,,., ,,i:..,,,.! ,.,,,..., ...
,, ,,iiii,.,1,,,,,,,,z,,,,,, ,....,...f.,,,.,,,,,
' LONDON, June 10 ( UPI ) The Atlantic, ,Congrest,:yesterdayi, shoiiteCciown French::
-4p
P'resident Charles de Gaulle's demands for Egresitsetvoice in NATO, . s.
,
a.
The deepening controversy amcmg the'Western Allies spread to,the-Oeneya Forl
,,
sign Ministers Conference where Secretary of State Christian. A. Herter, British For-1.:
eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve Ae, Murville:
spent an hour privately discussing the problemt; -Thiy made no public statement. Iva
, IN
..,
;A. French spokesman at the At- "crisis" in which ranee and the He admitted thii t Americair1
!antic Congress accused the Unit- other NATO members find them- anmic bombers "must" be based;
,ed States and Britain of provoking selves was brought about,lay one in Europe. .: : -401.
a NATO rift which could harm thing: De Gaulle never xeceived "But no self-rospecting ioverts4
the West. a reply to his memorandum to ment can.afford tie hand over 4:
,France proposed a resolution the U.S. and Britain last fall an ally, tirp, matter how loyal
tailing for global rather than re- calling for a bigger French voice that ally is, his, share of the res-':
gional strategy by the NAO pow- Hi NATO policy. .. ponsibility,", he eel& re
era. The 600 delegates shouted Billotte, De Gaulle's wartim,e,
face'd wh'ile' t'he other delegates apt
i :
down the proposal in a voice chief of staff, said this was the
reason France "could not accept The French delegation sat stonyei
plauded for- 32 seconds the rev revvote.
vote. revvote. The Atlantic Congress is a non- missile and atomic bases on its
official organization. But it is sup- soil: buttal by British delegate Georgt.
ported by the governments in- Brown. "..
volved and its decisions b e a r U. S. Rep. Wayne L. Hayes (13-
. t
weight in official NATO councils. kin Claims Closest Ohio), an Ameritan delegate, saidt
Cause of the furor was De the French demand was, "the one:
Gaulle's' demands for an equal big stumbling block in NAT0.4k
say with the U.S. and Britain on Ties She Has Are But another U.S. delegate, A -re-:
global strategy, sharing of Ameri- tired Army Lt. Gen. Jaines A.
can and British atomic secrets s Gavin, said "we should share n11-:
with France and the question of With Movie Studio clear information with our NATO'
allies."
stock-piling atomic weapons on
.
French soil.
,
,
De Gaulle refuses to allow the NEW YORK. Awe 10 ,(UPI)--Ac- anemossopyralmomoso....,:
weapons to be stockpiled unless tress Kim Noyok, returning from T
-...:-
the western big two help France a 30 day visit 4to Europe, denied i ,.,, ai 1
,
become an atomic power and any romantic attachments today. 0,,' :'
unless France itself controls tho She said her closest tie at the mo-
atomic stockpiles. ment was with her studio. y 0.75 0.40
u. S. Gen. Lauris Norstad, su- The blonde actress wearing 'a A
preme commander in Europe, was two-piece black sheath dress and v tE Shows: 3:13, 4:59, -:
considering removal of 200 Super- displaying a large bruise below i F 7:03, 9:07 p.m.
Sabre jet fighters from French the knee of her shapely lsft le.t ,
bases because of iLe quarrel. arrived by'.plane from- Paris vith , 6
France's Allan,ic Conaress dele- 1 her parents. !PO '4 i4 u bi
gate, Gen. Pierre Billotte, said the She suffered the bruise when 0...0.......0.,,,,N.,-.termien '

Little League
Boys 11, Girls 6

Seventeen babies, 11 boys ancil
six girls, were born ai Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital during the week which end ended
ed ended Monday. During this same pe period
riod period 161 patients were admitted
and 164 were discharged, accord according
ing according to the hospital repor:.
Parents of the boys are Mr. and
Mrs. K. D. Clarke of Colon; Pfc.
and Mrs. G. J. Petrisko of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Sgt. and Mrs. C. Sharp,
of Ft. Kobbe; Sgt. and Mrs. R. G.
Kelleyeof Coco 1,4 Sp.4 and Mrs. B.
Ai Stoker of Panamii City; M-Sgt.
and Mrs. G. E. Andrews of A1.1
brook; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Asyn
of Panama City; Lt. and Mrs. T.
M. Snyder Jr. of Farfan; Rober Roberto
to Roberto E. Crichlow of Panama City;
Sgt. and Mrs. O. Hill of Coco li
and &Sgt. and Mrs. R. L. Weaver
Locona.
Ile girls were born to M-Sgt.
and Mrs. P. Stone Sr., of Ft. Kob Kobbe'
be' Kobbe' Sgt. and Mrs. D. A. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson of Ft. Kobbe; Lt. and Mrs. D.
S. Cockle of Ft. Kobbe; Cpl. and
Mrs. D. R. Cook of Arraijan: Mr.
and Mrs. R. 7,. Thompson of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and T-Sgt. and Mrs. J. R.
Dias of Rodinan.:

Honorary Title
Restowerl On
Lou Pilo Porsons

QUINCY, (UPI) Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood columfinist Louella O. Par Parsons,
sons, Parsons, cited as "the pioneer jour journalist
nalist journalist 'of -todap's entertainment
industry yesterday received an
honorary degree of doctor of let letters
ters letters from Quincy College.
Mayor Leo Lennans also honor honored
ed honored Miss Parsons by proclaiming
yesterday as "Louella O. Par Parsons
sons Parsons Day" in this Mdssissippl Ri River
ver River City of 4,1000 population.
Also receiving honorary degrees
were Archbishop William D. O'-
Brien, of Chicago, and Sidney L.
Delove, Chicago banker.

1 1Neather Or Not

This weather report for tua 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 85 84
Low 75 76
HUMIDITY:
High 94 93
Low 68 75

WIND:
(max. mph'. NE-I2 N-I2
RAIN (inches) T .60
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 93 83

....

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.29
Madden Dam 21645
BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, JUNE 11

High
Time Ht.
6:55 a.m 14.7 ft.
7:04 p.m. 14.4 ft.

Low
Time Ht.
12:41 cm, 1.5 ft.
1:07.4.nt. 2.7 ft.

1

NEW YORK. tInne VI (INDAc (INDActress
tress (INDActress Kim Novak, returning from
a 30 day visit 4to Europe, denied
any romantic attachments today.
She said her closest tie at the mo moment
ment moment was with her studio.
The blonde actress wearing 'a
two-piece black sheath dress and
displaying a large bruise below
the knee of her shapely Is It lel.
arrived by'.plane from- Paria with
her parents.
She suffered the bruise when
she fell in her hotel room in Mun;
ich a week ago.
Miss Novak said she had danc danced
ed danced with actor Cary Grant in Paris,
spent some time with Italian so soeintte
eintte soeintte mario and met sev several
eral several friends at the CatineK,
'-ut in no case was roin roinance
ance roinance involved.
"I want to get married," she
said. "but not just for the sake of
marriage. I want to be complete completely
ly completely in love."

Rainbow rity
ri.fer-es Cr lips
moo Trminht

A meeting of the Rainbow City
and Santa Cruz Civil Defense V.
lunteer Corps will be held today
and tomoTrow.
The Rainbow City nteeting will
be held at the School' at 6:30 p.m.',
and Santa Cruz meeting at the
Service Center at 8 p.m.
Rainbow City group will recog recognize
nize recognize their first aid instructor Ro Romeo
meo Romeo Miller and the Santa Cruz
volunteers Will bold their: monthly
meeting and report on the alert
held in :
All members of the Civil Defense
Volunteer Corps are urged to at attend
tend attend the meetings and the gener general
al general public is invited.

ITo coRtil,:T

gMENMEMIMIA

D A RELEASE
Mv.7Jc

y75c. 40c.
Shows: 1:15 2:37. 4:14
5:15 7:20 9:05

THEY WERE HUNTING' FOR 'J
MAN iN A LOST CITY!
Out of the densest, deadliest Jungle in the
worldan adventure not to be matched.
this side of Neill arit

111 IIARDERl
THEY FALL"

' U I 1 1 I 1 I I a M I 1 I M 1 1 I M a I I I M 1 r ',

A --
. ...: IM;.:" ',., T-0:-loottnwaRroNtRct!vioLoN
.,, :.,,,.
,,,,,,....,..... ,. n ACTUALLY FILMED IN THA ,,k
40.011
-,
,:), 4 ,, ,' MATTO GROSSO timao-Hummit 1
LAND OF HORROR! ;.1 1
STARIUNG teroodpily by i J
Produced by gavots. by
ROBIN HUGHES NAN MERWIN, St and OWEN COMP CURIO FRANCIS TOM ilteedral
I

,101

When I awoke to find the man in my arms was
not my husband I tried to scream in terror, while'
all the time my heart cried out "Hold him! Hold,
him!" A show treatment for moviegoers. See Jeari
Simmons in "HOME BEFORE DARK.' Starring Dori
O'Herlihy, Rhonda Fleming and Mervyn LeRoy;
OPENING TOMORROW AT THE CENTRAL. ,,.-;

Eir-1
o

e,
ipot

1.0 ortA oil!)
lor t

,,
,---
,
,.
, ;,,,,,,
wlovA ,.
, ': --. 7 0-- 0 AV EstE;,!,,A
r DARRYL F. ZANCli Shows: 1:00 2:45 4:35 6:50 9:00 p.m.PR10ES: .75 .40
PRODUCTIONS, RC PRESENTS
i
,
. ,,
;
. .,
"'Nktto,4"''',
. ..
,, .
, .. .
. .... .
.
, ...,
i,,,
'
.' t
! 1.. ',
,
i V
,
1, i
I' ., ' .. :"ii . 4it ; 4 ''' :.
i
1 i , ..... ,, ,. .,. ,
-.i.,:.:...': , ....... .1' .-:' Aff::,
A. iriR41.0.:00Jiw104,k4'.-.:';:::0:001v1,0611.i .
1 : -9' ;...
'
.
, '. ', 1.410R.4....,,OA1))
1
I
I .
...':.'::.:P ':' -''.1
P
r s, ... .... ...
t r
t r
M ','
': ...i.,..C .'.. ..
-,-,...,
.
'. .:',, ,. it
.............1..':.'1'::... ..' '....' .F.',.'::.'.:1'...4.:
. ,..
s
i .. ,.. .. ,,..f
.,,, .4,., ,, .. ..,
. ..
' .. . .....,
.
.-, .. .., - : ... . . .. .. . ,,
,.
..... ,..-.... .4'.:
,
.....,,.-..,,,-,
, ,,,,,
. .-: :,:exo. Atipt.4:4k..ti-i,,i. -::i:;..!..:00,Ns,:o itiloar4.1c) ,.1!'.,.0..ti
,
i:, ltioHioo-miog.olo.-.4,::.'ossil..orikoilg.00, tilzittarlta:ri
.
:
...
,
... .. .
.... .....
. ....,......:
.......:..,,...:..
',. ,, i: ., ..,
,
.. .. 4,,
.i...., ., .i.'
.,:i
,:;.,:..,,.," -:
:,:' A..... ;
.
. ;, .
1,,,
1,
;;.: I . :.
!,11.
.
.
;
:,i. rs, .. ..
i
,,,.,,, ,
1
. .
... ... .
, ...., .,,
..,
r.,...
'.;:..,41iti i
4 1 '' 4
4
t.lo.4 .0.i :10.0.:' ;64 .1.i i f : 4, ,; ES0i41 garR;ri' -.015.1::,
i!
4 1 -- .. ..,
,
i 1! i '',
, .; ;04,.:: -03: Vrtik .;001141iiSlOOti,i,PrP1Litisiteb;
.
1 '
!
'
''. .: ...:'.:: .. ''....;. '''' ... 11): ". ': .. ..... ' .,'. ... .
4 .
1
'
. ..
..
. ,:t. :.
: ' gr ,....
c
q imi
. .
,
'.'. ,
4,:-?
..i!.::131' -'..,t;36.,' '!.:4' .'
,
,, ,,:;',,
4
1
'i '' e : ,
1 I ''' ' , -.1 .'9.4':
. .: ::' :; . .... ...
1), 0,, '', i V 04 '..:SEPISA.,,;..ONdbi. ',1.,000. t,', :660Ptt'SENS.' N '' ......,s,' ,. ; ''' -'1'''''''1,77.77.,'7N I
.1 ,4,.
.; ::, .. s ,....."4,i:;?,,,.:.:Z,':?i:zi
i '4 '' 0 :".' 'Ilit'..000.N: I 7 K.'"".7 ,:4:';':i::.'''.5,::.?". ',
, ( ".'.."'N's.': '' ,:t ',.
'1 ''.' ..
''14'44',..
1 .
., .. .,
t'.;i:.:1.''''''' ',dr va,....
.,1 '.. -..;.,,;.1
... ' '. 'x:- '," . t
t ,.
. ,,,,",, ..., ..,
,
, "' ,,, .. '
1:1:i '''',')1 ', I''''''''' ;::: 111:: ...;
.
'4.; 7., iC ''
1 ,,i. 54,
i
.. 4......rmotri:,74...v.!
. I 7,4,:-
, i ''' 4! ('-il;;; I ';'-'11,'-' N,4 tt-44;t1'.4.4,!17rIrr;".'
I. C :, ..; 4,,r wir wir.
. wir. SURIHNG
i '.4".'"
'
;', ' ,
,
oRsoN wELLEs DIANE yARsi DE1N sTocKwat BRA0FoRD 01mAN . pf,...
):i.:
ce.tu,,FoK
', ,7 364,, ,r1,.'
CO.STAMMG CORM tri SCOMIKAY Iv Po pm Dit toovrt BY
, : ',, : 5 I E C. MARSItAtL MARTIN MILNER F"RICHImAnii0 0-. ZANUCK RICIIARD flEISCIIER RICHARD MURPHY. MEYER EYIN le MII Wender el RIO-Fidelity
, .. , STEREOPHONIC S IIND ". ''., .'
, .,'.., .r.,11,.
,
, ,
.
, ., win...14,
, ,., 1...,4.
,..
.
. i.4., A
- t,,,,, ii: 0 f
(
' IZ :':: :' ''.. ,.

- -, ;;
,
-
,
'
r
,
,
- 0,
i
4 : o
TALLAHA
On toda3
Selection of
whites seeldng
, Sheriff
:' anti An the 11
putither he li2
"1 have h
uid, 'But 2
handle any si
,' The four def(
, age from 16 tc
the electric eha
- guilty without 2
dation of mere
ever has been
da for rape of
have pleaded
Judge W. M;
had dismissed
I jury venire of 2
ber were ill o
bracket where
Flight Er
Killed By
Pr.oD At 1
fiEW YORK
Wald Airlines
was killed yeste
struck by the r
stellation that
up at Idlewild
port.
There were
aboard the plan
gar, 40, 11 Gal
N:J., was kno
He died 30 min
at a hospital.
COMM MUNI

- ',tit 1,r -
1,
4
.. '' ,'. $
.'it'Zi,.,, ,,, 'tifft:
I til ,''
k s, -11'
ill '
:'lloti''
L
.
orrIng
.7:1111; ; 1
ELAIN1

1
1

, .. , 4
.
)
,
,
,
s.
.... s
- ,-
!;.
.-..
.- '
' --',-,-- ;;
, .s:.,
11 ts I : Ids
- .,- :1 L, j s
..
, p,.. ,,

.,Iip.170::-..:,,, 41., 1
.. ---,..N.w::,,,, 0- ,-- ,,,,
8 k, -: : ::: :04: ":
'i .. VS, i:ss':4.::',p:Wr
;04:::,,::,': 4,,,--
'''''' N. sls v:1:,wV4:10,:.
; t,;, ,., : r: :!
V,;;NN.':: ::::::
;5::4 16,440 4, '4
,
:: :
, 4
ri, ,: :;,.,
I ,
. , ,,,
,
!
. .,
4.:
. :.:,;,.4, NELL
,
, ,.,;:,.,,,:: 4
,,,,,
,
Storm 4:111!',
::' ;'
JOHN ELAINE
,,.. !,:
, ,:
....
..
i''''''' '''':"'':''''''s"''. DIU SEIVART
,,:t-, I

1 a
Tn
I.. DA CENTRAL 1::' :'P':-.1:: 1 ,.;
RELEASE :
m .75c. '--40c.' DA,
y Shows: 1:15 2:37. 4:14 ..
5:15 7:20 9:05. Pm.- '
-- ', .. -6.... L. "-
THEY WERE HUNTING' Fon A'',4617c.:;')'''' :virl
hiAN iN A LOST CITY! ':-;. : : ''4
Out of the densest, deadliest Jungle in the
worldan adventure not to be matched. ,: ., ... ...:....:; -.. :
I this side of Hell 1 .., ,. ,. '.i.:,u::....: v: f
,,,s, ., 0 tiles tio, : ,.,, 4,-,). It.;.. ,.
-tb i h.,
. ,,:, :...i vow ;, ,ouirt,, !. ..4:- ..
A,,Ne, .., wo,, .,
,
.,.,.-0 , a ,i ',.,; -,
:.,,,,.. .,
I
.;,-t,.... ,.., --
:;:::., -7....,1:. ,Irtfltitsvaltrook"wl, ,
:,...,z 0,0,.,..,,,,,.. , n WAMMARCOLOR I if
':'' ,,,,,,...:,..,,, ,,,:,; ACTUALLY FILMED IN THA ? ,i, :''' !t
t
L. ..i.:5;ii'e., ,i:.il ,.. f. MATTO GROSSO NEAD-HUNTINO? J..' 1
,. .,,,:
.ArAmm4A Sergeopily by LAND or Honnom 1'
Predated by Dasated by
ROBIN HUGHES SAN MERSIN, A and OWEN CAM MAIO FRANCIS TOM 11100WAS
' ,..
,
,.,
, ,.
'...;4404'5'-''''.' -..'" ''..
: (g
',.:41;K:::;:"."'
,
,:?:::e.:!;1;. y' 1-
'-',:,;:',,..:,::, ': :::.!77,:fs,
, T
..
...
E ......,,,,4,e,7 .:,-:.,:..;?,e.,::,::.i;
.....,, ...,,,.. :,,,,,.,,t.,
, ,:, ;:.
...s ,-4...',:::., ,, ; ., ,ZIL:
cl:?.,..,,,:,,.,;::;.,,,
M-:
,,,:,
T ,,','.' O.
, (4.,,
,
..:. a
,
R
a ,, .:,
:.:....., ,:,,,,,,,
,:,,,:,:,,,,:.,..:,
,
..:..,,,,..
,,
,
,,
,, .,,
,

-W''...,W.N

. .-
-
''' i' '':, -----.' '''- -:--', 4 --- .'i.,' -.' - '''.' -1 ".--,f-- ::- 7-- k-:-'1,' :;-:,-. '' ';''' .. -, -'- 7 1 ':- ..', ---- 7- : '.,, -- 2, -. -:..- ''' -,.. 4, -. ... ,7 ,-
,
' ... ,--"-- ', .
.
. -.,. ..'-
, ' ...
.
,
.
of , .,..::
sn e Ell! d C. ,,
:-
,,,,...F:.v.,,,r
.
es ...
,
, 1 n ,, f,,, ,4- : 0 , J: ;- , - .': ,' ',
t .4,
, -- t 1,., , tt 7, :k ,---.s.,:-- : .-, , r. lit I.-
,
' Read ,s ory,, on. page 8,77
-,
.
--t
.., 3
,
. .
'.
.
,. 3
111
' .
,
. Western Lontroversy.::?. ,iden s:
)n Triai .....
,.,,,:,,,,:
,:':,; ,-:i:i'2.:'
4,::.,:,::i.,. -
:$4.:'Ai".q
.
. lin
. t ..,..f;,?:::5Va".'.
',3 '. .1.,:5;:?.4:111. '--
.
. . ...,. ..
s a pe -; ,,,,4 '7.- - --------
cl ,,,,,..,,.,..,..., ,,,,,, ,,,.,, ,,
.
.
,,
,,,
,,.
,
O. n French A Power ..emand
...,;,,..,......,,-.,,,,:..,,...,,,,,,,....,,,.
. ,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,...,:..,.., ,.., ,'''--;' ,-; v't
- d
SE
.
- ''::.''':.0,,-, '''' ----- ''''''''''''"'''''' ''''''': : LOgD6N, June 10 (UP1)---The Atiantio,,COrlierfos4,1etterdar,shoiitifilidOWn Fronchlt
.
. ..:;....&::: ,0,:,,,)..).m....),t .(,ttt,)1,,,t7tbIti,..., ., .m.,,,, .,,, :...: ,:.. ...
) should be given to her assailants ,,,,,::., .. .0fii.4.:.;,::,.:... Av.." :0,,,,,,,,,..yme.: .:1 ... i.....::,...... :
. ti tney are found guilty. ';'7:111:1.rii:4;''''4C:A6::.,.....1.:':.'':::1'' ::,,,-:.,,,,,,,,,,,.,A-:-'v- :',4H,";';:, ....;41:0:),0;.,4: ..i..ilkiin.::::,..: President Charles de Gaulle's demands for aJgraat!r:tyolce m NATO, ... T;
The deepening controversy among the'Westerit Allies spread.to,the4enoya Forl.
7 "1 &Ail know what they should ;,,AM0,i;:;;..::::.0:Wil....,,:. 6- .:: ."...;:i::.1:H.,' ..1 t:144:;7.:
get," she said. "I just believe Xii.itl";:1:',1:Ai;:;;;,1:;,.::r ':Z4:r..;H;.:.1: n.,.i:'1:;.,,:::::i.,..: sign Ministers Conference where Secretary oi State Christian. A. Herter, British For-w."
1 they should get the same thing a ,....... :i',:::::'.'.:'L::.!'':',A1,,;,,,',. .- :- ,,,-,..4.,,,,,....i. ..,;:g1,:::::-:.:,:::,: :
eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve ,cleo, Murvilli
, Negro boy would get under the :,.: ,:.; ,.iiii.N.:::,!:.:,::v.:,:::,.;.., 4.10z:!: ....... 1....; .017 ..:'$';':,:::',:':i.-:,,4,'-'0"'1::11;::'-',:Siii:..:,''
' same circumstances." ' '':i.:'..V::::x"1!,..-.: '::: '-:..:: '''''-' :1":4:::::'.0:L':::iiiri.:.-"' spent an hour privately discussing the problempi Theity made no',publio- statern, ent.
:;v:,:,::,,,:8-A.i,,, .,.,,,.....,::6. ,, e i',i,,,Ir1"1"". .':; "' ":, ::::',.'5,i..., ...a,:ii,:if,:i:,,,,...,:,
MI
, "Do you think it will be a fair :..- :iiiii:.:,::::::,ft:,.,,,;:n0 :',:;:.;;;; ".,:7; ..;,.K. "''''''"- ,:i .,,e:.: ..,::::;:::r:o.;:;oo.,m:aii.;i::;,:
, :.;:,:"":.
, .
and just tri a 1? she Witi a sked. ''';:r:..4,.:','''' -;',,,,.'.4'ili.::','f..0. :!,,?.:,:A:,, .:'...;1( i 1 ,,,,, ;. :.:0,i;,,.. ,:iiv.,41:it:::illinii:::::::.,i!ii,:iiiiini::::.,.,iiiii:;...::.:liii..i....::::N ',A,. French spokesm an at the At- "crisis" in which Yraneeafid the Ile. admitted -- t h a t American:
I "1 don't know," she said.
.4,; ,.:,.6,,A,. ,..:.?4,,":.1,.,::zpi::i.:,.iL:AyOii.,:i:,?:.1:i:n.: :::: lathe COngreSS accused the Unit- other NATO members find them- anmie bombers IlmOst" be base4.,
. ''5': '''''''vm:': ':::"::::':.:"'::' :.,''....... ,:,:: :,,:::,..,:,:.,..":,::,,,:,. :,:ii:,,::. ,, ,,,i,;E:,:::Z::',k,::,:,,,:...::,:,:,::::, ::.;
;) '....:':1::,..';:,,, ',.,!:::::::.t.".:::':.....::.:g.4 t i'''.....1"......'''.:4':i''''''..:::.:;; ::.:.Y. . ::'' ed States and Britain of provoking selves was brought about:by one in Europe.l. ;' ".., 011
I :-.i.:":',..:: ......::,..,;',::-:::::-:::i..:: ''':'::::'' ::: .":.'-'..n:::::'':i:::;:e. :'..M.lif;::,:n,:,::iiii:i::.::::ii a NATo rift which could harm thing: De Gaulle never received "But no self-respecting govern-,
tiberace Denies -:4,,ic: ,,,,p.,,,,q,,:::,:::.:::,,,::,:::,:l. .::.)..:,,,,akfr,,,,,,,,,,,m,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,,.,".1,, u, west a reply to his memorandum to ment eon .afford tia hand ovor to::
i;r1;.;::''''." :.:4'''''''....::';'::' :''''''::"..''''' ''''''''''''.'''''''': '''''''.....'::'.'ir.''' .: ::::';: e d 1 tion the U.S. and Britain last fall an ally, tie nitittir how loyal
.:im;;;i,:.. .,?.:.,,;,xioiek4u,i-;',3-,i:,:A:.pi,i,s0,,,,,:::,,,:::it:,,::;,,,,,,,,:, .,,:.:::.::...,i:x.,::::, :,:.:.:v. :: France propose a reso u
. ,.., .'':441::::';'::'':' :'....-- '''''''''''' '''''' - '-:-',,,-4,-';!'i.,.t..A:'''.:'..J1:5:;i'Ps::-',;P;?:::: ''':.::i:1 t'alling for global rather than re- calling for a bigger French voice that ,82,ix is4his, shay of the ras':
.::4,.:,:ii;i:iikaistmow.air
. His Sex Anneal -,-------,--- ttinn21 strategy by the NAO oow- in NATO nnlipv

,
,
,
A -- I I i i ,,
' .., t 114 al 111 1 ,:
1 w '
A D r
1 Boo A I :'
' ..... .' 'i',,, ,,,,- ', ''
r,i3OA igqi,
,,,,,,i4.,,,i,..:-::::-",c:,..,,. 40.
;ilk,. ,t4t)
' ,rf:.!:::4
,
Niiiilt- ...
., 'Itil.::;:- -
::,,:,::. .
.
:::'..'' 7 '''
'a
, ., .,,.
i 4.:
'N:'.:..:.I.
:',i,'"i:',,:'.!:,:.
.
. ........
..
.. ....
l:
.. ..,...
..
r
t4,:t
,
.
,
,
,.::i..:...4i,4,.
,. wi.,0;;;..,.
,
,
,
,
,.:
,
t,,:,:,:: e.
...1,
.,:...
,
,.1.1::,,..,::,,:;. :
,.
,
,,.1...,....,..,
,......,
".;.:iiai..., 11
,
-'4;:!..,f,,THEmARDER 'i,

1
44 4

t' ''
,
,
, ,
, ,,,,,
,
,
,
,
,
', -4,', ,,,, 'I', ,','',ro, ,, ,,,4 ,'' ','