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QUEEN leLliAB-E'Ell tE; Whose official 'birthday is:being been-Id
today, throUghout the Britith -Commonwealth, poses inforM inforMally
ally inforMally with her huattlid, Prince Philip, in one of the royal couple's
moat reteht photographs. , ' -;, -:: ,. ,;
Actor,'Cmidiiii, Soccer Star
LONDON, Ital.) 1.3---(1,M1)--Britfah
stage and screen actor Michael
,Redgrave was knighted and a soc soccer
cer soccer star and a comedian 'received
coveted British Empire, decora decorations
tions decorations in awards commemorating
- the Queen's birthday today.
Redgrave's knighthood, 'the' t t1,'
1,' t1,' ard of Officer of the British Em Empire
pire Empire (0.B.E.) to comedian Bud
Flanagan and of Comtnander of the
, British Empire (C.B.E0 to soccer
star Billy, Wright were cOntained in
the Queen lyirthday honors list, is issued
sued issued annually
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Big Four RUDDer
rederal Trade Commission has
- accused 'most, of the nation's 'tire
'end tube manufactureri of' conspiring-Illegally
to. fix. prices.
- Its complaint was, filed yester yesterday
day yesterday a g ins t, 15 manufacturing
firms which account for practical practically
ly practically -of the industry'alwo billion
,,,,,idollairs in ialeSo,and
Pink thekt' two trade 3056Cia,
no rre 'charged that'. the 'man 'man:,
:, 'man:, ufacturers lave .aintained
4 single zone" 'systems .of fixed
prices ; policed by .the "major"
' A Under the system, ft ;said,
.,qprices quoted by the ",,Big Pour"
'Akre ident,ical'' nr,' "substantially
Matched". regardless of location
land differences in. fr,eight, costs,
, while those of : General and ,the
are :priced !owe by
, ..!Pagreed-upon differentials."
The result, the FTC said, is that
w nearby purchaser not only is
v!tdeprived ofs a "price advantage on
,'freight but-is "compelled, to pay
10,1, part ,of the cost of transpolation
, te more' distaat purchasers! .",
'Commies Lauikh LauikhTAPIPEI
TAPIPEI LauikhTAPIPEI (11Pir
.; China has, Immehed a sea and
batteri on the island about 24
thina's 1' Matsu Islands, the Se,.
tionalist 4 Defense ,,Ministery an announced.
nounced. announced. '',' '''
, (The, Defense Department said
in Washington the only action it
knew .of ,' around Matsul was a
' "miner exchange a stre",paweeti
,,, Communist ship asd a shore
battery on the., eland about .24
. Itedgrave joins a small and sel select
ect select group .of stage and screen per personalities
sonalities personalities who haveteen knighted
in the past, Including Lawrence
Olivier, John Gielgud, Alex Guin Guinndss
ndss Guinndss and Ralph Richardson.
Ridgway Sends Word
To D-Day Soldiers
How in USARCARIB
"The morning of June -8, 1944
in Normandy and June 6, 1959 in
Pittsburgh were both as beautiful
as God can Make them, but there
the similarity ceased and it weal
hard to realize the years that
have passed," wrote General Mat-i
thew 13, Ridgway this week as he
replied to greetings, from veter veterans
ans veterans in AJSARCARM of the D-Day
jump into Normandy,
Ridgway spent several years on
the Canal Zone as Commanderin-Chief
"The memories of take-off from
England in broad daylight ---'-since
it wat double daylight time (the
evening of 'June 5th) the flight
across the Channel, and the mag magAfficent
Afficent magAfficent fireworks spectacle 'with
which we were greeted upon ar arriVal
riVal arriVal in Normandy are still vivid vividly
ly vividly fresh Anemories, as are those,
of all the gallant men, both' living
Ind dead, with whom' it-was qny,
,evertasting good fortune to share
service on that occasion."
"The D-Day message which you
and your brother officers and men
so graciously sent," read the mea measage
sage measage to Maj. Gen. Charles Dash Dashbr,",
br,", Dashbr,", arrived on Saturday morn morning,,
ing,, morning,, June 8, and gave me a trem tremendous
endous tremendous uplift.
VI, would be grateful indeed if
You woUld convey t to those who
joined in sending the message my
admiration, ,my respect and sny
most eordiat, greetings.',, They are,-
'1 a nt, sure, carrying on and ,will
Continue -carrv on at long 'as
they live the traditions of Airborne
which they played so greats part
"My. particular greetings- to
Maj. Michael C, Chester; ex-ptith'finder
tom leader, 595th Isfantry.
am still Indebted to himv ea well
as to the navigator of our flight,
for landing among group of,,most
friendly ,tows instead' of a group
'of 1111disnosed Germane. Telt him
C'went hock On the eighth. imni.7
versarv of D-Day and found the
exaet field Where 1 hut landed and
paid my respects to what appear..
ed to be the unlit bovines.",
Italian Line officials here an announced
nounced announced yesterday that efforts are
underway to arrange transfer
passage for more than VA pas passengers
sengers passengers stranded at Cristobal
where crews struck two 10,000-ton
liners in sympathy with a natibn natibnwide
wide natibnwide 'Italian maritime strike.
One of the liners, the,Marco-Polo,
bound for Chile, has been tied
up at Cristobal since Tueqday. -The
second, the sister shin Antoniotto
Usodimare. enroute trt Europe, WS
idled immediately after her Canal
transit Wednesday. ;
Passengers aboard the two shies
requested transfer 'Thursday. The'
'ransfers are beino arranged via
air or sea, depending unon
ability of commercial earriers here.'
There was no indication how
long it would take to get all 42,0
tiassengers on to their destina destinations.
tions. destinations. Italian flag vessels have been
idled throughout tbe world as they
reached scheduled ports. Under
Tfalian laW shins may' not be re
routed on the high seas during a
The strike. called Juno 8, is part i
of a general demand for higher..
wages throughout the Italian mar-1
While idled in the Canal one,
crews of both liners hive maint
ained regular passenger service!!
aboard, and have: continued 'to
dimply with ship's maintenance'
! Informed shipping fsourcesi,In
11410firrtottesthrtated, the enforced'
idleness, here It! toathro the
Line as Nita at' 88,000 a day;, as
well as' thousands of dollars in
lost bookings along the liners'
regular routes between Italy' and
Gen Landon To Get New Star
Become Deputy Stp ff
- Headquarters, United States
Air Force announced today that
President Eisenhower nominated
Mai. Gen. Truman H. Landon,
Commander of. the Caribbean Air
Command at Albrook Air Force
Base to the rank of Lieutenant
General and to the post of Depu Deputy
ty Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel
at:' Headquarters,' United States
Air Force in Washington, D. C.
The present Deputy Chief of Staff
for, Personnel is Lt. Gen. Em Emmett
mett Emmett (Rosy) O'Donnell.
Lt. Gen. Ridgley Gaither, Commander-in-Chief,
Caribbean Com Commalt
malt Commalt told Landon that his nomi nominati
nati nominati n -for thee star rank and
selection to fill the key Air Force
staff position as Deputy Chief for
Personnel was a high and well
earned tribute to his outstanding
In June of 1956, at his own re request,
quest, request, Landon voluntarily took
redUctIon in grade to Major Gen General
eral General to assume commari of th,e
Caribbean Air Command.
Landon arrived at AlbroOk AFT
on june 20 1956, acoompanied by
his family to begin a second three
year tour of duty in the Canal
Zone., Ms previous three year
tour of duty'which began in De Decomber
comber Decomber 1936,' Wall at France AFB
in the ,Cainal Zone with the 6th
Mat,''Geti. Leland S. Stanathan,
Director of Development Planning
in, Headquarters USAF since 1955,
Eusebidole los Rios, 40 year old
Panamanian, was pronounced dead
oft arrival st Gorges' Hospital yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon .by Dr. Joyce
' preliminary' investiga on In Indicated
dicated Indicated de les Rios' was electrocut electrocuted
ed electrocuted earlier 'at ,Albrook AFI when
his body apparently came into eon.
tact with live electric ethic
while be was installing an electric
home ,clothes &ler.
Police Ivere still investigating
today to Aetermine the full cir cir4umstances
4umstances cir4umstances surrounding the acci acci'dent,
'dent, acci'dent, .
Big Four Talks Headed
Fos Tuesday Breakdown
Unless Reds Back Down
GENEVA, June 13 (131I)----The
Big Four Foreign Ministers Confer Conference
ence Conference probably will be suspended
by Tuesday if Russia refuses to
soften its Berlin demands, high
U.S. officials said today.
They said there -would be no
point in continuing the talks at
this time if Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko, after the week weekend
end weekend break, does not withdraw Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's demand that the Allies get out
of Bear within 12 months.
Soviet- delegation sources dis discounted
counted discounted Western reports of a
possible break in the conference.
Th-ey classed them as Allied
pressure tactics to force conces concessions
sions concessions from the Russians.
Soviot sources said Gromyko
would roloct any suggestion for
a recess and force the east to r
trigger the collapse of the con conference,
ference, conference, if indeed it Is doomed
doptracts totalinr44; litorloto
development and production Of
high-powered air search radar
mtems. The radar will becoMe
part of the continental aircraft
control and warni,ng system. ,,,
MAJ. GEN. T. N. LANDON
has been named to succeed Lan Landon
don Landon as Commander ,of Caribbean
Air Command on August 30.
Stranathan bas been 1111 the
Air Force since October of 1927
and Is command pilot. lle,was
graduated from the liniversiqf of
Southern 'California' in 1926.
Gromyko and U.S. Secretary
of State Christian A. Herter re remained
mained remained in Geneva for the week weekend.
end. weekend. Brit lilt Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Llbyd and French For Foreign,
eign, Foreign, Minister Maurice Couve de
Muryille went home to London
and Taris, respectively.
W S. sources said Herter did
not plan to make any move. for a
private weekend conference with
Grorayko but would be available
if the Russian wanted to see him.
Western talk of a possible
four-to-six-week recess increased
after yesterday's plenary ses session
sion session et which Gromyko:
-LIllefused to take back a de demand
mand demand thar the West pull its
troops out of Berlin, although he
insisted he did not intend the de demand
mand demand as a threat.
Told the Western Ministers
flatly that a Summit Conference
should be held whether the Gene Geneva
va Geneva meeting succeeds or not. He
warneelthat if they blocked a
Summit meeting they must "as "assume
sume "assume grve responsibilities.
BGNN, Germany Mr) Eco Ecotiomics
tiomics Ecotiomics Minister Ludwig Erhard
Yesterday contradicted Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer's version of his
about-face decision to remain in
office and touched off a Parlia Parliamentary
mentary Parliamentary uproar in which Aden Adenauertwas
auertwas Adenauertwas accused of lying.
Erbard's statement Rig() threat threatened
ened threatened to cause a new rift in the
ruling Christian Democratic Union
The accusation that Adennuer
led was made by an opposition
Socialist after Erhard gave his
side of the story to the Bundestag
Adenauer did not attend the
session which is debating the bud budget.
get. budget. Erhard told the deputies that
the Chancellor's version might
have given them the impression
that he should not havi been sur
Prised bv news that Adenauer
had decided to remain as chancel chancellor.
lor. chancellor. He 'insisted, as he had pre previously,
viously, previously, that he bad no reacton to
believe Adenauer would chanle
his mind about running for the
-Erhard's statement touched off
angry cries from the opposition
Socialist Party Whip Karl Mom Mommdr
mdr Mommdr shouted: "liar-Chancellor"
and it took several minute's for
thd speaker to restore order in
Oprosition Socialist deputy Hein Heinrich
rich Heinrich Deist challenged Erhard to ex
plain why he had not corrected
lAdenauer on the spot yesterdav.
IErhard. replied that he had
ch"sen the time and manner of
Vs, move "in order to clear un
'the pastbeeause I do not look
),to the pastI look to the future
Ile trtisted that he was not call calling
ing calling Adenauer a liar, but was only
setting the record straight. Ob Observers
servers Observers said it WRS obvious that
-Erhard wanted to avoid any open
'breal with Adenauer which could
threaten his chances as eventual
lquccessor to the Chancellor,
For July 3
dent Eisenhower signed an exec executive
utive executive order yesterday giving fed
al employes a three-day boll(
over the Fourth of July veek en
July 4, falls on a Saturday this
year and federal employes will be
given Friday off.
Rep. Edward H. Rees (R-Kan.),
senior GOP committee member,
said the President's action elim eliminated
inated eliminated the need for any immediate
legislatios. He said no holidays
will fall on Saturday again until
To RP Exiles
SANTIAGO, Chile, June 13
(UPI) Due to the fact that the
Panama Consul in Santiago has
refused to issue visas which
Permit six Panamanian refugees
Lo travel to Venezuela, the gov,
ernment of Chile has issued them
Chilean passports, it was announc announced
ed announced today.
,elbe Six ixtles ilisgfi:'Alorvi,
reA Phdina;:'samuct Gu Gutierrez,
tierrez, Gutierrez, Luis Chandeck, Ruben U Urieta
rieta Urieta and Polidoro Pinzon.
All gained asylum in the Chi Chilean
lean Chilean ,,Embassy in Panama during
the rebellious disturbances and in-1
vasion of last April.
Later they were given safccon safcconduct
duct safcconduct documents by Panama for
travel to Chile.
Gov. Po fler Asks
Zonians To Honor
Flag On Flag Day
The display of the United States
flag Sunday on Canal public build buildings
ings buildings and floating equipment has
been directed in observance of
Flag Day by Governor W. E. Pot Potter
ter Potter in a special notice issued at
Calling attention to the Presi Presidential
dential Presidential Proclamation of Fhg Day.
Potter asked that all r-sidmts of
the Canal Zone join in the observance.
The governor's message on Flag
Day said in part:
"The aonuai celebration off the
birthday Of our flag, adopted by
the Continental Congress on June
14, 1777 has become a cherished
national custom. The Congress, by
a joint resolution approved Aug August
ust August 3, 1949, designated June 14 of
each year as Flag Day, and re requested
quested requested the President to issue an annually
nually annually a proclamation calling for
the observance of that day.
, "Such a proclamation hag been
issued by the President, calling
upon the appropriate officials of
the Iederal government and of
the state and local governments,
to arrange for display of the flag
on June 14, 1959 and urging all
our citizens to observe this anni anniversary,
versary, anniversary, by flying the flag at their
homes or other suitable places and
by participating in ceremonies es especially
pecially especially designed to honor our na national
tional national emblem,"
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Two U.S. firms yesterday entered a joint-venture low
bid of $2,943, 9480 for construction of the Balboa bridge
A total of ,,t1 I bids were opened at Balboa Heights
before 70 peolife, including representatives of contract contracting
ing contracting firms, andXanal Zone officials.
The low &id was offered jointly by Fruin-Colnon In International,
ternational, International, S.A. and LeBeouf & Dougherty Inc. The first
is a subsidiarit of' fruin-Colnon Contracting Co., of St,
Louis, and the second is a ,California firm specializing in
highway ancf bridge construction. Fruin-Colnon are spe-
cialists in various types of marine construction.
Although Canal Zone engineering officials today
were still thecking unit prices incorporated in the ,low
bid, informed sources here expected the low bid ;would
be established and the,contract awarded earlyneit week.
Col. D. B. Freeman (retired), vice president of foreign
operations for Fruin-Colnon, said today that ittey'intthe
contract is confirmed the two companies hapeirAo re recruit
cruit recruit most workers locally. Contract proVisions'require
that workirs be paid Minimum iverge et $1 per hour.
t 1htg ti'd' Liceti,;,..
Although comen et ne o TY
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tila;':Samucl Gu- timated :no more-,, than7.0.00,-, men 'ht., yeti !multi ion, with $$.4 mil;
ndeck, Ruben U- would )3e needed. lion. ,
ro Pinzon. When asked about possiblq local
lum in the Chi- procurement of cement and.' steel Bilden Inc., ontored tho only
t Panama during Freeman said only that the two local bid, attiring to do tho fob
turbances and in- firms expected to investigate a for $3.9 million.
Kit. number of supply sources. The official government estimate
'e given safecon- Nearly 50,000 barrels of cement was annuonced at $3.26 millions, a
bY Panama for and more' than 2,000,000 pounds of bout $400.000 over the low offer.
steel are iequired. 'The bridge substructurp hid in
Bids were opened by Lt. Col. R.
1 D. Brown, Jr., Engineering and
Construction Director, at the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone training center.
Offers ranged from the FruinColnon-LeBeouf-Dougherty
low to a
Yachl Owner Gels
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June
12--(UPI)--A plane identili-d as
Nicaraguan strafed without warn warning
ing warning the luxury yacht of a wealthy
California real estate man off the
coast of strife-torn Nicaragua, it
was reported here today.
The plane continued firing on the
83-foot Coral Sea desnitb the fran frantic
tic frantic waving of a white flag by crew crewmen
men crewmen and the immediate tiliutdown
of the ship's engines. Attempts-to
contact the Plane by radio were
futile. The plane was reported to
have made four passes, firing each
Apparently none of the seven
persons aboard was injured in the
June 4 attack which was capped
by the. arrival of a Nicaraguan
ship. Sailors from the Latin Amer American
ican American vessel boarded the Coral Sea
and forced it to put into port at
Corinto, 150 miles north of the rebel-ridden
country's capital.of Man Managua.
agua. Managua. Henry C. Cox, of nearby Lido
Isle, who recently bought the new
yacht for $150,000 in Florida and
was ferrying it here, said the ship,
and crew of six were retained in
the port for several hours while
Nicaraguan authorities made a
thorough search of the vessel.
Bildon Inc., ontored tho only
local bid, offoring to do tho fob
for $3.9 million.
The official government estimate
was annuonced at $3.26 millions, a about
bout about $400.000 over the low offer.
'The bridge substructure bid in invitation
vitation invitation divided the work into 17
different items and included eOn
struction of piers and caissons,
drainage work, relocation of serv.
ice roads and demolition, the fur furnishing
nishing furnishing of, cement and steel, aed
other lesser items.
Of the 17 different items, the St.;
Louis firms entering the apparent
low off4 estimated six to cost over
The bid price on the reinforcing
steel was just under $465,000, and
for the 46,520 barrels of cement re re(wired
(wired re(wired at slightly over $176.000.
A summary of the blrle: other
than the apparent low ( offer fol follows:
lows: follows: rnPriCan Corrirpetion Com Comnany,
nany, Comnany, of Columbus, Ga,,. $3,683,860.-
Merritt-Chanman and Scott Corp.
of Pdnama, New York$3,402,780. ,
A. S. Wikstrom. It0.. of Skanea Skaneatelns.
telns. Skaneatelns. N. Y. ft3.315',862.40.
J. A. Jones Construction Co.. of
Charlotte, N.C. and, Ruckman-Hano
sen, Inc., of Ft. Wivne, Ind.$3,.
J. H. Pomeroy & Inc. of Sae
Francisco, Morrisori,Knudsen Co.,
of Boise, Idaho, and ,Ben C. Ger Gerwick,
wick, Gerwick, Inc., of San Irranetspo
Frederick Snare 0Yeriseas Corp.
and J. Rich Steers, Inc., of New
The Construction Corp. of New
York and Kaiser Engineers, Pali
American, Inc.. of Oakland, Cat
Blount-Paraguay Co., of Mount Mountgomery,
gomery, Mountgomery, Ala.$3,889,312.
Massman Overseas Const. CO.
and Williams Brothers Oversee'
Co., of Kansas City, Mo.$3,964,,
Bildon, Inc., of Paname$3,9640,
Only two of the bids were under
the Government estimate Of
261,596 for the work.
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1 ,,,, Italian Line officials here an- Unles Reds Back Down
100 ,oca1 Men
,,, flounced yesterdiy that efforts are -4
r T.'', 'Ssit N dent Eisenhower signed an exec- 'T
6, : underway to arrange transfer
RS- .. --- 0
utive order yesterday giving fed
- passage for more than 4003 .p
sengers stranded at C r i s t 0 b a I GENEVA, Jime 13 (UPI)The Gromyko and U.S.- Secretary al employes a three-day hob(
Two U.S. firmrs yesterd. ay entered a joint-ven'tu re low :.'
, , where crews struck two 10,00o-ton Big Four Foreign Ministers Confer- of State Christian A. Herter re- over the Fourth of July week en
iiners in sympathy with a flatlet'. ence ProbablY will be suspended mained in Geneva for the week- July 4, falls on a Saturday this
bid of $2,943, 96t.'80' for construction of the Balboa bridg
,' 1 ,-
, wideitalian maritime strike. by Tuesday if Russia refuses to end. Britiih Foreign, Secretary year and federal employes will fr
-' r One of the liners, the',,Marco-Po- soften its Berlin demands,. high Selwyn Lloyd and French For- given Friday off.
',' eign, Minister Maurice Couve de Rep. Edward H. Rees (R-Kan.),
i lo, bound for Chile, has been tied
i ,, up at Cristobal since Tueclay. -The U.S. officials said today.
They said there would be no Muryille went home to London senior GOP committee member, substructure. ',1
t 1 second, the sister shin Antoniotto point in continuing the talks. .at ansd:tParis, respectively. said the President's action elfin
. A total elf I 1 hlti..... J a. D IL al I
VT,1 pulooa neignrs
Usodimare. enroute NorOne WaS this time if Soviet FOreign minister b. sources Sala Herter dui mated the need for any immediate b
los. e ore peop e, including representatives of contract-
idled immediately after her Canal Andrei Gromyko, after the Week- not Plan to make any move. for a legislat He said no holidays
s, transit Wednesdav. ; end break, doeS not withdraw Bus- private weekend conference with will fan On Saturday again until ing frirhmes,loawndbftidawnaasl aZfofneerodofifoiciaiatlisy.
Passengers aboard the two "bilis, sia's demand that the Allies get out Grorayko but would be available 1961.
if the Russian wanted to see him.
itseranastui al, S,,A.
Fn dr uilne BC
eat), un of a& cDoonuatgr hal.; mrtti flys pl necoaTiihzeifnfgi risnt
-:, requested transfer Thursday. The'
, ed via
f Wester.n talk of a possible Ch I
ransfers are being arrang of Berlir within 12 months.
air or sea, depending linOn avail- Soviet- delegation sources dis- 1 e Gives hL uhi ws n nt b rs rd;goen d ois a Cal.ifornFi
ability of commercial carriers here counted Western reports of a 9
rufin-Colnon are s
a tee yesterday s plenary ses sesnc
nc sesnc tstruc ion.
There was no indication how
Allied sion at which Gromyko:
long it would take to get ell 420 They classed them as
possible break in the conferenee.
4 iiassengers on to their destine- pressure tactics to force conces- --Refused to take back a de- 6 Pass ports g 4 ntaylpesZoolne Pe-
lions. mand that the West pull its
Italian flag vessels h'iave. been sionssolrofmsotuhreenRussasidansrom
roops out of Berlin, although he
idled throughout tbe world astkeY would reject any sugpostion for insisted he did nnt intPnd thp dp- nn r!I
'were still ,thecking unit prices incorporated in the low
reached scheduled Ports. under a races and force tho east to mend -as a threati io cydies
Italian law shins may' no be re- trigger the collapse of the con conbid,
bid, conbid, informed sources here expected the low bid ',would
be established and the,contract awarded early neit week.
, routed on the high seas during a get-once, If indeed It Is doomed Told the Western ministers
strike. to failure. flatly that a Summit Conference
Col. D. B. Freeman (retired), vice president of foreign
should be held whether the Gene- SANTIAGO, Chile, June 13
operations for Fruin-Colnon said today that irt eient'the
The strike. called Juno 8, is part ''
va meeting succeeds or not. He (UPI) Due to the fact that the
1-, of a general demand for higher
arned 1,that if they blocked a Panama Consul in Santiago has t
t -t wages throughout the Italian mar- Sperry Gyroscope w
, Mine trades. Summit meeting they must "as- refused to issue visas which contract is COnfiroled, the two companies hopeir4o re recruit
cruit recruit most workers lOcatly. Contract proVisions'require
7,, While idled in the Canal one, Go dm op. sume geive responsibilities." permit six Panamanian refugees
, crews of both liners hive 'Male 'MalenAI,tWraCticr;ed)
nAI,tWraCticr;ed) 'MalenAI,tWraCticr;ed) Adenauer Accusd' Lo travel to Venezuela, the goy goyAlthough
Although goyAlthough eetni. ,t's) brlx,' of' 414,' rr'ttc.1,
that work rs be paid 'a Minimum Werge of $1 Der hour
. amed regular passenger services ernment of Chile has issued them
aboard and have: continued Chilean passports, it was announc announc,4
,4 announc,4 eimoly with ship's maintenance' "G tupIT te: ed to ,daY , 0, estintate.aft twit Atuoniit, plianfr.ott dworivpurot.tiwewitipeti.i.nng-gpropir.,,,4,1
, tird pp.
Arman, The Six eItiles'Ires,E ed. on, oliteitt'liforMedliooroti,lher04t, e- tyt.0,Minio
'41 WAS '''cl4; eat, Nee)7 of- -,04 - az
;Tiformed,. shipping t soureesi, SPPLTY 'Gr:ogeolt,
tyL11,,C.11 111111WIEB ,".1.44 tk, A 1 e,
tUe enforced 14,Y,,'has ,been-awornea, Air tore!, f,,, ter, otame twit a,, zarnue uu- hinge
))o Inore, than men eet weft Tattrth, Iotv ith 4 mil; -Is Is'
tierrez, Luis chandeck, Ruben would )3e needed. lion.
, op.U.Wtb, herebilt e,ossfl000ne theitilian, debotrlactmtetonttaligd4,4Zprillodiutmetloorn 'apti
Kin knew-zoo! linintir rieta and Polidoro Pinzon.
' -.1i 'IT .-; "' 4 , Line as mite at 5, a ay,, as eve rip
When asked about possiblq local
--, ,.-,. .,; -s- , -,, , ,., ,:' ,, q. ,. ,,'. , '""'" "' m--" -' "",""" "-',"----Yr- --'d ir h a-- raillumuill uplual L Yuitt illitl I' UHULU U rinzoll.
All gained asylum in the Chi- N, ':':'
procurement of cement and' steel Bildon Inc., ontored tho only -2.,'
, -:' grEEN zuzmittlf tt; "Those official 'birthday' is being obsery. well as' thousands of dollars in high-powere a searc ra at
lean ,,,Embassy in Panama during Freeman said only that the two local bid, offoring to do tho fob ''
'''' id today- thrOUghout the Britith -CommonWealth, poses infortm ost bookings along the liners' mtems. The radar will becoMe
regular routes between Italy' and part of the continental aircraft BONN, Germany MPI Eco- th e 1.
e r be hous disturbances and in innuxm,
nuxm, innuxm, ber,..ofsuz,lly,sourices., The official government estimate
allY With ber husibtnd, Prince Philip, in one of the roya' 1 couple's
outhern Chile. vasion of last April. firms expe.cted to investigate a for $3.9 million.
moat retent photographs. , ' -, -. ' ,,, , A control and warning system. ;, nomics Minister Ludwig Erhard
yesterday contradicted Chancellor Later thev were given safeenn
iNcdt iy al),vuu ualelb cement' was annuoncea $3.26 millions,
4 iKonrad Adenauer's version of his 1
ogvuebrs ttrhuec tluorwe obfifder b.
dv fae roenn t ti ve imd eg d
- 1 11117E C. Ulan 4,1.MyRki pounus ntis
Gen. Landon To Get New Star' about-face decision to remain in
office and touched off a Parlia- travel to Chile. steel are required.
syuction of piers and caissons.
as Birthday Honors Awarded'- mentary uproar in which Aden Aden,
, Aden, Bids were opened by Lt. Col. R.
auertwas accused of lying.
Porrirti nein' iftt ft icir Erhard's statement also threat- Go
gf ti chi v. Poller Asks ID. Brown, Jr., Engineering and
!Construction Director, at the Ca- dintocele!
' as anon
, ice roaas and demolition, the fur- .'.'
nishing of. cement and steel, and
, -- Offers ranged from the Fruin Fruin.,
., Fruin., , y ruling Christian Democratic Union Lomans io nonor Colnon-LeBeouf-Dougherty low to a
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six to cost over
.. Headquarters United States
MON, Iune 13(1)71)-Brit- Itedgrave joins a small and sel- Air F The accusation that Adennuer Of the 17 different items, the St i
, orce ann'ounced today that Flag On Flag Day
age and' screen actor Michael ect group.of stage and screen per- led was made by an opposition
President Eisenhower nominated Wealthy California lo.0,,,,iostfirms entering the apparent
rave was knighted and a Sec- sonalities who havebeen knighted ma,,,
j Gen. Truman H. Landon, Socialist after Erhard gave his
tar and a comedian 'received in the past,. Including Lawrence .4t,:,A.,.., side of the story to the I3undestag The display of the United States
ifboarnthtelle4614,52pp0abraerrn e:llsowof(cteofmfeern.t fro:- .' .' '',.;
Co ander of the Caribbean Air $200,000 each.
ed British Empire, decora- Olivier,' John Gielgud, Alex Guin- ,, ','' ':':.4:4, (Parliatnent). flag Sunday on Canal public build buildCommand
Command buildCommand at Albrook Air Force Yachl Owner Gels The bid price on the reinforcing ,'
in awards commerriorating nes& and Ralph Richardson. i ,...:, ,-.:,,, Adenauer did not attend the ings and floating equipment has
Base to the rank of Lieutenant '',' '::t: steel was just under 1465,000, and '
lueen'a birthday todaY. .. session which is debating the bud- been directed in observance of
General and to the post of Depu- : ekts
igrave's knighthood,"the' t- get. Flag Day by Governor W. E. Pot- Slopped Shelled (wired at slightly over 1178.000. .
of Officer of the British EM- Ridgwayinds Word taYt''' CHilleagdou()fartSetrast! 1.4?nrit Perssotiiiirtiees1 ,,,,..t.,,,,,;
Erhard told the deputies that ter in a special notice issued at
(0II.E.) to 'Comedian Bud the Chancellor's version might Balboa Heights. t, 1 A summary of the bids other .,'
Air Force in Washington, D. C. '-:'
fincany, of Columbus, Ga,, $3,g83,860.-
have given them the impression
Ian and of Commander of the To D-Day-Soldiers
' The present Deputy Chief of Staff
h Empire (C.B.E,) to soceer I that he should not havi been sur Calling attention to the Presi- NEWPORT BEACH., Calif.., June Imps: A 1
for, Personnel is Lt. Gen. Em- 12-41.1P1)A plane identif'-d- as P n merican Coo-1 ietion Com-
filly, Wright were cantalned in , , , nrised by news that Adenauer dential Proclamation of Fhg Day. ,
ueen birthday'. honors list, is- 11 ,,ty .1,1
i USARCARIB mett (Rosy), O'Donnell.
, had decided to remain as chancel- Potter asked that all r-sidrnts of Nicaraguan strafed without warn-
annually. ,, Hu lot. the Canal Zone join in the observ- ,,..
ing the luxury yacht of a wealthy
, talifornia real estate man off the Merritt-Chanman and Scott Corp
Lt. Gen. Ridgley Gaither, Com Com'
' Com' -; '' mander-in-Chief, Caribbean Com- t,., Ho 'insisted, as he had pre- twee.
coast of strifetorn Nicaragua, it of Pdnama, New YorkV402,780.. ,, '
,,, 45. viously, that he had no reason to
The mornin of June -8, 1944 mainA, told Landon that his nomi- was reported here today.
A. S. Wikstrom. Mfr.. of Skanea-
g bur Rubber in"Normandy ag,nd June 6, 1959 in natiOnfor thee star rank and ?.- I believe Adenauer would chantte The governor's message on Flag
' his mind about running for the Day said in part: The plane confirmed firing on the leins. N. Y. ft3.315'.862.40.
.,. ,' , ,,,,,,,,,, Pittsburgh were both as beautiful selection to fill the key Air Forte 83-foot Coral Sea despite the fran- ii A. Jones Construction Co.. of f,2...
as God can Make them, but there staff position as Deputy Chief for
tic waving of a white flag by crew- Charlotte, N.C. and, Ruckman-Han- ''''
noifile Aic' used the similarity ce'aed and it was Personnel was a high and well -Erhard's statement touched off "The annual celebration off the
it angry cries from the opposition birthday Of our flag, adopted by tic of F
- , .. 1 hard to realize the years that earned tribute to his outstanding Secialists. the Continental Congress on June men and the immediate shutdown sen, ., t. Wivne, Ind.-13,. A
Nxing Prices :
. , have ssed wrote General Mat-
, thew Ridgway this week as he eipability, of the shtip's leatinginhes. rAatdteionaptweertoe
J. H. Pomeroy & 60. Inc. of 1' ';
. Socialist Party Whip Karl Mom- 14, 1777 has become a cherished contact he p e Y . Sail 1
e,,,,ww.,- I mhr shouted: "liar-Chancellor" national custom. The Congress, by d to Francisco Morrison-Knudse ,',
futile. The plane was reporte , , n Co., ,..
, , ....,. ''2 ;-,,' replied to greetings, from veter- :, .,.., Tune of 1956, at his own re- ,0.,,,,,,,... and it took several minute's for a joint resolution approved Au h o Boise, Idaho, and ,Ben C Ger
sunIcaoli, '0-414 '7' V': 'ens in '1JSARCARIB of the D-Day 2-" --- wick, Inc., of San Irranctsco -- i
'at Tril0 COMMiS814)11 21" jump into Normandy, quest, Landon voluMarily took a the speaker to restore order in ust 3, 1949, designated June 14 of time.
g. have made four passes, firing eac Ir.
and J. Rich Steers, Inc., of New , ..
ed 'most, of the nation's 'tire , , ,
reduct1on the chamber. each year as Flag Day, and re- PP Y
A arentl none of the seven $4.882,153.74. ',- s. 1 '.14
tube nuf t ri of' cow Rid in grade k) Major Gen.
Ma an ure gway spent several years on erg 'to assume commard of the ,:k.".? Oprosition Socialist deputy Hein- quested the President to issue an- persons aboard was injured in the re crick Snare Otertneas Corp. ''',' r
I-Illegally to, fix, prices, the Ca,nal 'Zone as Commander ,f, ,,:
11-! rich Deist challenged Erhard to ex- nually a proclamation calling for June 4 attack which was capped
plain why he had not corrected the observance of that day.
York and Kaiser Engineers, Pail t.
complaint 'was, filed yes,ter- in-Chief,. Caribbean Command. Caribbean Air Command.
it' ,Adenauer on the spot yesterdav. bshyiptbes.aailrorrivsafiremof thee LNaitcinarAagmuearn York 13,645,249.25.
4, ., ,..). &
American, Inc.. of Oakland, Cal. :
The Construction Corp. of New if 't,
ag instk 15 rnanufanturmg "The memories of take-off from 6,I k AFT
whioc,h accolmt for practical- England in broad daylight ---'-since I Erhard. replied that he had "Such a proclamation hag been ican vessel boarded the Coral Sea
La on Arrived at Albroe ,
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THE PAAIL BOX
.13 it really necessary for the workmen at the Limits to move
those monstes machines at such rush traffic hours? They act
lilts they have to get on the job at 8 a.m., just like us white whitecollar
collar whitecollar workers.
I don't know what time they start in the morning, but they
wait until a quarter of eight to move the tractors and cranes
across the street, thereby either blocking traffic or slowing....it
down to a one-way confused mess.
Heaven knows the Limits area has never been a driver's
dream. The congestion of busses, people hurrying to get on same,
wandering children and assorted chickens and dogs has always
been terrible there, but now it takes more than radar to find your
Yesterday my bus driver turned to leer at a shapely girl and
barely missed smashing into one of the big yellow machines. He
slammed on the brakes, and my head hardly hurt any more after
an hour or two. Of course, my teeth had Edready been jarred loose
by bouncing over the temporary (I hope) road there.
Who is running this digging show? Or don't they know
either? It's ridiculous to let this work drag on and on, with no
apparent signs of getting better. By moving these machines at
the worst traffic hours of the day, they delay the construction
and everyone else too.
If they intended to keep the area torn up this long, they
should have done a little more planning before they started. My
sympathies to the dusty folks who work in the Quarry Heights
Military Police building. They've really got it up to the ears.
Late To Work And Dirty.
BALBOA BICYCLE MENACE
I'm getting sick and tired of having my skirts brushed by
daredevil bicycle riders when I'm trying to get into or past the
Balboa Clubhouse. Yesterday two of these monsters came tear tearing
ing tearing down the sidewalk just as I was approaching the steps, and
the objective apparently was to see how close they could come
without actually knocking me down.
As I stood frozen to the spot, not knowing which way to move,
they sped past to the bicycle stands and then sauntered in to
have a searching look at the horror comic books, no doubt.
At least two Balboa policemen were within shouting distance
and could have pinned back these kids ears. But he merely walk walked
ed walked on.
Now that school is out, the kids are flocking to the Balboa
pool, and they travel there by bicycle. The percentage of riders
like the two I faced yesterday is probably small, but they make
it miserable for everyone else.
I expect to take my life in my hands crossing some of the
streets on the Zone, but when I'm on the sidewalk I don't ex-,-pect
to flirt with death from two-wheeled demons.
If the parents can't do anything about teaching their chil children
dren children to respect the lives of others, then the police should take
' the ros,tter in hand.
MORE ON CANAL PILOTS
Reading Neptune's letter the other night, and being ansiwered
by Neptune's Trident. I want to say that was cne of the best in interviews
terviews interviews I have seen lately.
Sure brings to light the racket they are in. Its for certain
that none of them are hurting for pay. I only pity the poor
ignorant tax payers, of which I am one.
Do you realize the President doesn't even make the amount
those two are making? What are they going for 35 or 40 grand?
Poor, poor, poor underpaid pilots.
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THE PANAMA AMPHICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEH
By VICTOR RIESEL
There art some who believe
that th.? le,,endary Join Llewel Llewellyn
lyn Llewellyn ,,ewis nas turned his back
on those who need him as easiiy
as he turned a phrase on those
wno needled him during that na national
tional national TV snow the other day.
As aia,,ay tnose win, need the
man the miners love to call "The
Champ" are the women and
young.oers wno walked mournfully
behind ineii clEad men. The men
found peece at last in the earth
which .,!led them but which now
gives them surcease from hav having
ing having to qrench a living from its
Twelve such men died th the
swirling muody waters of the
raging Sus-ueoanna River on
the morning of Jan. 22. The river
ripped open the crust of the
Port Griffith pit of the Knox
Coal Co near slag-heaped Pitts Pittston.
ton. Pittston. Pa
And intertwined with the veins
of those tunnels was the life
line of part of the Apalachin
That line was strump by one of
the crime convention delegates
Nick Alimo, friend and partner
of Russ Buialino, another who
supped at the Apalachin cook cookout.
out. cookout. For y,ars, Alaimo was a hard hardfisted
fisted hardfisted official of the United Mine
Worker:, Local 8005 in that
area. TI e local covered the Knox
mine. Alaimo who spent some
of his time between crime con conventions
ventions conventions running A dress shop
and othtr allied interests, was
duty bot.lici to care for the men
who wtnt down in the pits for
their daily bread.
As a uaion committeeman, it
was his duty to see that all safe safety
ty safety reguiations were observed. Yet
a Penssylvania state comission
probed he pit and found safety
laws haci been violated.
Recently Alaimo was Indicted
by a F eral grand Jury, charged,
with tak'ng. $30,755.21. from May
'54 to January '59 from the Knox
Coal Co. without rendering any
service. Thi:3 is a violation of the
Taft-Hartlev law. He was con-'
victed cm 34 counts. The scuttle scuttlebut
but scuttlebut was that he had taken the
money for "keeping labor peace."
John Lewis suspended Alaino.
Lewis 2,Iso suspended one August
J. Lipp,. president of the mine mineworkers
workers mineworkers District One hard
Mr. Lippi. one of the United
Mine Workers executive board,
also doubles as president of the
First NdtionaU Bank of Exeter,
Pa. He refused to answer pro probers'
bers' probers' questions on 1' affaire Alai Alaimo.
There are other probes of ,the
region now being pushed by the
union the Federals and some
state ahlhorities, it is reported.
John Lewis moved to keep his
union c:ean of the mob and those
who retuse to cooperate with
As usual. John L., hurler of
Jovian msults in public duels
with men his own size. moved
without fanfare inside his own
union. But in public last Sunday,
he refused to discuss the infil infiltration
tration infiltration of thugs and mobsters
into the labor movement. The
imnression he gave was that this
infiltration is merely the imagi imagination
nation imagination of an hysterical nack made
up of newsmen, Senate probers
and Feoeral and loco law agen agencies.
cies. agencies. He said he would not join
Lewis' grand scale scoffing has
hurt the anti-crime coqlition qmnp
of whom have been Injured
more dopplv than even Lewis'
barbs can cut. One of those is
Charles Zimmerman, the crubad crubading
ing crubading vice president of the Intnroa Intnroational
tional Intnroational Ddies Garment Workers
7immerman was slugged
in Miami Beach by a blackjack blackjackwielding
wielding blackjackwielding gorilla two weeks ago
at the 'lose of the union's con convention.
vention. convention. The McClellan Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, which John L. tins t,r"n as assailing,
sailing, assailing, has been probing the assault.
A few days ago Bob Kennedy's
investigators flew into the an anthracite
thracite anthracite co!I corner of Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania where muscle is harder
than th,- fuel mined. The nrobecs
were seeking the assailants of
Mr. Zir.merman or elues lead leadingto
ingto leadingto the thugs behind the hat hatterin
terin hatterin whit, 'a put five stitches in
his skull MI. Zimmerman has
been !nuking the mob for 15
months with a sneeial strike.
This walkout is aimed at forcing
though protected dress firms to
pay the same wages as do legiti legitimate
mate legitimate emploYers.
The probers nuestioned Nick
Alaimo and Ilutt Bufalino.
boar more of this from the Mc McClellan
Clellan McClellan racket busters in mid midJuly.
July. midJuly. John Lewis. loved and respect respected
ed respected by many. hasn't made it easier
flaht back. Who is the pack,
"First, We Fill the Hole With,Money---
Then Push 'Em Together"
Walter Winchell In New York
Billie Holliday still on the critic critical
al critical list, sang the blues beautifully.
But life was never a song for her.
She WaS constanty haunted by
private devils: Dope addiction, al alcoholism
coholism alcoholism and all the other hor horrors
rors horrors that comi., with such nigh t tmares.
mares. tmares. Nevertheless, she was al always
ways always a brilliant performer. You
haven't really heard a love song
unless you've heard Miss Holliday
pouring the passion sin "Lover
Boy." She pioneered song styles
which were imitated by numerous
jazz queens. .Her saddest blues
lament, in a way, is her life. It in involves
volves involves the pathetic self-destruction
of a gal gifted with beauty and
Miss Holliday was once askdd:
"How do you sing a hive iongl"
She responded: "I make loe to
a song. c,
When fate plays the tune, every everybody
body everybody dances. But the melody is al always
ways always strange and fascinating.
When Carol Burnett came to New
York, her big yen was to appear
in a George Abbott show. She tried
to get a job in Abbott's "Pajama
Game" and was rebuffed. A year
later she auditioned for Abbott's
"Damp Yankees" and was reject rejected.
ed. rejected. Several months later she per
formed at a private cluband Ab Abbott
bott Abbott happened to be in the audi audience.
ence. audience. When Abbott began casting
"Once Upon a Mattress' he re remembered
membered remembered Miss Burnett. She au auditioned
ditioned auditioned for him and won .a star starring
ring starring role. A five-year dream came
true in a few minutes.
Anne Bancroft, it is reporttd,
will star in a dramatization of Hel Helen
en Helen Keller's career next season. It
should be a dramatic event.
Deprived of sight and sound Hel Helen
en Helen Keller shattered the barriers
and not only reached the world
but also its heart. The elOquent
simplicity of her philosophy is'
worth pondering: "I am not an op optimist;
timist; optimist; there's too much evil in
the world and in me. Nor am I a
pessimist; there's too ,much good
in, the world and in God. I betieve
that He wills to make the world
better, and I try to do my bit to
help and wish that it were more."
Mark Twain once wrote: "II you
desire to discover the world Hel Helen
en Helen Kellor lives intry getting up
' some dark night on the wrong
side of your bed when the house
is on fire and try to find the door.
From 10:00 a.m.
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Rum & Coke
Quite a ruckus,was kicked up by
the story abotit Joan Crawiurd's
financial status. There are denials,
explanations etc. One fact is cer-
tain, however. Miss Crawford will
not be licked by personal tragedy.
The star's spirit is ,strong and her
outlook is sunny. As she once
wrote: "I believe In always start startling
ling startling from now. Looking backward
1 is negative and I like to think of
myself as affirmative, with God's
help. The past is something yott
grow fromslowly. Everything we
learn in life comes slowly, doesn't
it? Wisdom especially c o e s
slowly and yet wisdom is the 'only
thing that can give real beauty or
depth of character. Education,
parents, loveall our beginnings
are thrust upon us before we're
ready; but love your work in life
and stay with it long enough,and
you will find new beginnings Atv,'
News is anything that interests
anybody. The rise of an empire or
the fall of an individual. An inter international
national international alliance or a Hollywood
divorce. And news is t'ne story ot
Able and Baker, the space-monkeys.
The unfortunate passing of
Able attracted bigger headlines
than the momentous ronferenc in
Geneva. In a wav, it's a sort of
poetic justice. The monkeys, by
their contributions to science, did
more for the progress of the hu human
man human race than many diplomats.
It's Spring and love is news. It
was breathlessly headlined last
week that lovely Rhonda Fleming
would wed Felix Fogel, a Swiss
tycoon. It 'offered dailies a happy
opportunity to publish Miss Flem Fleming's
ing's Fleming's likeness. Tile day after the
story was published she declared:
"We have talked about being en engaged,
gaged, engaged, but we are not yet." In oth other
er other words, she was married in
print before she became engaged.
Incidentally, Miss Fleming was
originally inked in Hollywood be because
cause because of her singing ability. Thus
far, she has appeared in thirty
flickers and hasn't warbled a
Carolyn Jones is giving a de
lightful performance in Sinatra's
soon-due movie, "A Hole in the
Head." Miss' Jones is one of Mo Movieville's
vieville's Movieville's up-and-coming twinklers.
She 'got her Big Break with just a
single line in "The Bachelor Zar Zartv"
tv" Zartv" film. She portrayed a Greel Greelwich
wich Greelwich Village kookie. In a cocktail-party
episode, as she was a
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to 6:00 p.m.
Opeli Day Night
bout to kiss a man, Miss Jones
plaintively said: "Just teu me that
you love me; you don't have to
The forthcoming show season
will undoubtedly be enlivened by
the musical version of "Ah, Wil Wilderness!"
derness!" Wilderness!" starring Jackie Glea Gleason.
son. Gleason. .Gleason is in the happy
position of having what is known
as "security." CBS pays him
$1 0,000 perannum for the next 15
yearswhether he works on TV
or riot. Nevertheless, he is taking
on the tough chore of a Broad Broadway
way Broadway show. Of course, the one
constant fact about performers is
that they love to perform. And
Gleason. has' his own unique phi philosophy
losophy philosophy about money: 'The great greatest
est greatest way to waste money is to
'keep it. I've never' known a dot dottae
tae dottae billAhtalishrew'kits' arrns a
lound yell dr had "drink with Stu
and all that jazz. When it comes
to human warmth, a buck is poor
Yes, money is only something
you don't, need when you're rich.
Kay Kendall, just released !rain
a, London hospital, is a rather
unusual actress. Her performance
in the "Les Girls" movie eavat eavated
ed eavated her to stardom. However, she
didn't want the role. In order to
aiscourage the Hollywood -otters
she demanded a fantastic salary
as well as a chauffeured limou limousine.
sine. limousine. Her demands were granted.
Miss Kendal is unique in anoth another
er another respect. In interviews she dis disparages
parages disparages her ability as an actress.
Louisiana's Gov. Long has
bun committed to a hospital to
undergo therapy for a mental ill illness.
ness. illness. In a democracy the facts--
no matter how grimare made
public. Under a dictatorship
things are .different. The mental;y-ill
Adult Hitler almOst dtsray
ed the world. And there might be
more hope 'for peace if some of
Russia's leaders were treated by
Fifteen years ago, the combin
ed forces of the United States,
Britain and Canada smashed a across
cross across the Normandy beaches.
Four thousand transports, 800
slips and a massive umblella of
11,000 planesdirected a crushing
frontal assault against tht Nazi
continental defenses. D-Day dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated history's greatest array
of military power. More impor importantit
tantit importantit represented democracy's
most glorious aspiration: The
hope, for world peace. Fitteen
years later the bright vision has
become a mirage. r agically, the
war never really ended. Fifteen
years ago there was more, hope
and glory in any muddy Allied
foxhole than in, every comfirta comfirtable
ble comfirtable diplomatic meeting room today.
Former Nazi Police
Official Gets Life
Term For Killings.
FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)
Tbe high court in nearby lianau
today 'convicted fromer Nazi
security police official Wilhelm
Unkelbach of murdering seven
Jews to Nazi-occupied Poland and
sentenced. him to life imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment at forced labor on each
Unkelbach, 48, had been
charged with murdering at least
30 Jews in the Tsctentochau:, Po Poland,
land, Poland, Ghetto during World War
The court tilled that sufficient
evidence was produced during the
trial that he killed seven Jews.
It,. acquitted him on the other
,murder charges for lack of evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Unkelbach's former denutv and
06-defendant, George' Scholosser,
43,, was acquitted of charges that
he ; Murdered three Jews.
- "I am worried about our mill
tary strength," be told the deleg delegates
ates delegates -, tram NATO countries.
"Our military commanders have
one thought,' our political leader,
another; We could not today oper operate
ate operate a tit commandin the marl marltime
time marltime field. We have not today co coordinated
ordinated coordinated our air defense. We have
not followed a common policy of
standardizing our weapons.
-"We have armament,- factor'iga
in our own country which want
orders. We know, as members
of Farliament,,, that eonstituents
come to us and'say we'll be out of
employment if those factories don't
get orders. So since some arms
would 'have to be 'manufactured
outside our country, we have not
"We tave withdrawn some of
our British units from the NATO
sheidi. Other governments have
failed to rut in all the forces they
oromised," Brown continued. re ref6rring
f6rring ref6rring to the French diversion of
troops to Algeria. "We face VprY
IriVe, problems. Our goveroments
are not facing thoso problems.
And we are not addressing our
governmenta with an3twhere -near
Housg of Commons member
1 'grown got a thunderous, ovation,
What he said summarised what per
ner rent of tte &legatos attend attending
ing attending OA ernui-goction roonlos
tr4m the NATO countries, deeply
NATO'S LOWEST EBB
For, while celebrating its 1.0th
anniversary, the inescapable con conelusion
elusion conelusion of these delegates was that
never had NATO strength drag.
ged so low. never had the strength
of the Soviet been,so great. As the
Atlantic Congress met. the follow following
ing following eiscouraging events were hap happenine:
penine: happenine: 1. De Galina served notice that
Ameriean-NATO nnelear forces
must clear out of, Franee unless
France gets control of atomic
2. CI' ancellor Adenauer had
:lust struck a blow at German
demorracy by deereeing on his
own that lie would continue to
3. Russian stubbornneskat Ge Geneva,
neva, Geneva, as every delegate knew,
was based on confidence horn
of the Soviet missile build-up
plus knowledge of NATO weak weakness.
ness. weakness. Finally came reports from the
USA that beginning next week
Congressman wolifield of Califor California
nia California woold hold a sensational in,
yestinaolon of radioactive falloot
showing that atomie war woltld li literally
terally literally end most him:3n Iffe in
Russia and the United States.
Scientists testifying' before Will Willveld's
veld's Willveld's committee willAShOw ,that
if enough megaton?' of hydrogen
bombs are dropped on Russian
military targets the radioact've
fallout coming back to the USA
would destroy the USA. Likewise
if Russia drooped enough mega megatons
tons megatons to put American targets cut
of commission. the subseouer' radie-active
fallout would put Rug Rugou'
ou' Rugou' of commission'.
Furonean delegOes to tho At Attr,otic
tr,otic Attr,otic Congress snemilsted ns to
what woiild hapner to west F,ro F,ronean
nean F,ronean countries in between The
answer is! Then too would be put
out of commission.
Against this alarmion bsekdron
4rovl wocidsofairs, deleger to
'ho Atlantic Connreso worked.
They h:ld OPId thoir own es-nono.
"q worked ions hours all (Inv
gaturflav and from 11 a.m. to 10
tr. Sunday. Their power woo on.
iv fn recommend And
oniionn. It neoniorto.
neonle conf'revoe. But &nee
?iv were membero ot "la US.
Congreto or Furonean rarliPmento.
ntut others. such PAIII Venri
flank 0-r,,P1 Pe Seeretarv Genor.
,1 or NI-A TO. Ifcy hqd oonsider oonsiderosin
osin oonsiderosin inn.nen for fiecomrtlichwtorl.
eltre-pile came frorit thooe
4,.ubergiiono, n'hora arP no oure
olio ou'o'rle dietatorshins. B u t
SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 195S
ERRy.; Go rtoljtID
N of -,- 1'1.111111r PIAIISON'
F ROPOSALS FOR FUTUR;
some of the proposals to strength :
en NATO and the free world were: 7
A. A. psychological warfare in--I
formation offiue inside NATO, s.
When the wan slopped, the co- 1.
ordination of allied intelligence
was abandoned. It was -tutged
that it- be revived. f
Jig.' A free world association te
mobilize and strengthen nubile
Opinion in the free world.,
C. An alliPd radio station. "Tha
Voice .of Unit," to unify the
free world and win friends else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. D. A, meeting of heads of gov-
ernment of NATO countries met
E. Eliminate voting on the
"Let's face the fact that Lux Luxembourg
embourg Luxembourg does 'not carry the same
weight aft the United States." laid
French Deputy Maurice Faure.
"Yet in the present council of NA-
TO her vote entinta lust as much
Like' the U.N. Security rouncil.
one NATO ecru:it7,, tin matter how
smell. can veto all the others.
These were some of the ob.
lema debated and Managed., first
in secret 'aitbcommittee eneetines,
then in full committee finally in
onen nlenary epaainn-.- The" were
lessionn in wbieh gen. tourle Nee Neesled.
sled. Neesled. thp eommandor of NATO.
'and nr, Mordecai Johnson. gon nf
tin African alave end nnw.-preel-
dent of Pnward 'University', were
heard with res'Pecti res'PectiWhat
What res'PectiWhat comes of these and other
recominendations remahis to be
seen. But the mere exchange of
debate among labor leaders. busi businessmen,
nessmen, businessmen, ambassadors. end gen generals
erals generals was an insnirlog example of
(Presented by the Department
of Cnristian Education of the
episcopal Churcn in the Mis
sionary Diocese of the Panama
SIGNS AND WONDERS
"Beheld, I and the children
whom the Lord hath given me
are tor signs and for wonders
As a cure for his doubt Isaiah
takes his name and -those of his
two sons. He finds' in them a sign
and pledge frOm God. Isaiah e
means "Jehovah is salvation."
Whatever the crisis, God is the fi fifayo,lodole
fayo,lodole fifayo,lodole uver..,
SheaashPlY, his so0; name
mentioned in 7:3, means "a rem remnant
nant remnant will return". There is always
a small minority wbich will carry
on the work we have started.
Next to God, Isaiah hasconfidence
in his followers. He has sealed the
testimony and teaching. among
them. The words of tis oracles
will be a standard and guide-to
those disciples to whoth he has
We haVe already commented on
the name of his second son Mahershalal-hash-baz,
The enemy pow power
er power must give way before the might
of God, provided we hitie lived
"bv the teaching and the testimo testimony".
ny". testimony". As Isaiah closes this bit of
autobiography he reaffirms these
lessons of faithfulness and patience.
RECORD SALES RECRDED
WASHINGTON (UPI) Busl Buslness
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and stocked up heavily on goods
to keen pace with rising demands,
the Commerce Department re reports.
ports. reports. Sales by manufacturers,
wholesalers and retailers rose to
S60,700,000.000 an all time h;gh
for any month after correction for
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FLAG GIFT Alberto Morales Rodriguez, Ambassador of El Salvador M Panama and Col. Arnold Rodezno, Military Attache,
recently visited the U.S. Army Caribbean School for Latin American students at Fort Gulick: They presented Col. Cecil Himes,
COMMandant of the school, with a national standard of their country. From left are Lt. Col. Philip M. Judson, assistant cam camrnandant
rnandant camrnandant of the school, Morales, Himes and Rodezno.--(Army Photo)
House To Study
In Kansas Eledion
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House Elections subcommittee
agreed today to investigate
an election contest between Rep.
Wint Smith (R-Kan.) and Elmo
Mahoney, his unsuccessful Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic opponent last November.
The subcommittee turned down
Smith's plea to dismiss the case.
Instead, it ordered that registered
letters be sent to election clerks
in 26 counties asking them not to
destroy ballots cast in the elec election.
tion. election. Smith won the election by 233
votes. Mahoney claims the final
result wouto have been reversed
-except for alleged Irregulailties.
Smith, who his represented
Hansas' -6th congressional district
for 12 years, has described Mo-'
honey's protest as "harassment."
He said Mahoney was trying to
"burden" the House subcommit subcommit,
, subcommit, tee with "unwarranted claims and
Subcommittee Chairman Robert
T. Ashrnore (D-S.C.) said the next
step in the case, will be a deci decision
sion decision by Smith and Mahoney on
June 16 on what testimony and
affidavits taken la Kansas they
plan to offer to the subcommi4tee
Mahoney filed his protest after
being defeated for the third
straight time by Smith.
Dutch Couple Admits
ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands
(1.11,I)--A Dutch plumber. and his
German-born wife tod ay were
sentenced to six years in prison
for killing 5 of their 11 children
just after birth because '"they
were not welcome
Gerrit C. Schaeffer, 36, who
often befriended youngsters in his
neighborhood, and his wife, Line,
35, who helped direct a children's
playground, freely 'confessed the
killings over an eight-year period,
starting in 1950.
Judge Charles J. Enschede seil
he was sentencing the couple to
only six years out of considera consideration
tion consideration for the six other Schaeffer
children. The prosecution had de de.
. de. manded 10-year sentence.
' The Schaeffers secret became
known, last November when the
mother became and had to eaU
a doctor after giving birth to her
llth child without medical assistance.
The doctor notified police and
after some questioning Schaeffer
calmly admitted that he and his
wife had killed five-of their ba babies
bies babies following a decision 10 years
ago to have no more children.
US Army Caribbean Announces Firing
Schedule For Week Of June 15-20
The firing schedule for units of
U.S. Army Caribbean during the
week of June 1520 has been an announced.
nounced. announced. On Monday, elements of the 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry, will
conduct record firing with the
light machine gun at Phifer Range
between the hours of 7 a.m. and
4:30 p.m. The maximum altitude
will be 75 feet and the maximum
horizontal range will be 50 yards.
Also on the Pacific side, there
will be firing all week at Empire
Range on a 24houraday basis.
The 4.2 and 60mm mortars will be
fired, with a maximum altitude of
6500 feet and t horizontal range of
600 yards.iiw T
General activity is scheduled for
the Rio Hato training area on a
24houraday basis throughout the
week. Among the weapons being
fired will be the .45 pistol, MI. ri rifle,
fle, rifle, 100mm recoilless rifle and the
.81mm mortar, as tactical train
ing and Army tests take place.
Maximum altitude is 5718 feet and
the horizontal range will be 7400
On Tuesday, Venado Field Fir Firing
ing Firing Range will be the scene of
live firing by Mortar Battery of
the battle group, between 7:30
a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Maximum alti
Itude will be 148 feet and the range
will be 235 yards.
From midnight June 15 to 8:30
p.m. June 18, field exercises will
be held at the Pina Field Firing
and Light Artillery Ranges. Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center
troops are to engage in rifle and
light machine gun firing. Maxi Maximum
mum Maximum altitude is 200 feet and the
horizontal range is 300 yards.
At the Pina Field Firing Range
on June 19, there will be activity
between 8 cm. and 5 p.m. The
119th Military Police Company will
fire the .30 caliber weapon. Max--
imum altitude will be 12,100 feet
and the range will be 3,500 yards.
Also, oo, the Atlanti; Ode', there
will be weapons acfivity on June
17 at the Fort Davis Small Arms
Range between 1 and 3 p.m. Rec Record
ord Record firing with the .45 caliber pis pistol
tol pistol will be carried out. The alti altitude
tude altitude will be 2000 feet and the
range 1700 yards,
All week there will be carbine
and M1 rifle firing at the Empire
Known Distance Range and Em Empire
pire Empire Bivouac Area. Troops of the
4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery
are to use the range between 7
am. and p.m. Maximum alti altitude
tude altitude will be 12,500 feet and the
horizontal range will be '500 yards.
horizontal range will be 3,500
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IT'S NOTHIN', DAD-A-From the looks of things, Clifford
Edwards is far more concerned about his 3-year-old daughter's
two-story fall than, she is. Two black. eyes and a bandaged
head aren't enough to. prevent little Kathleen from smiling
cheerfully. She fell frOm the window of her Chicago home.
An intimate gimpse into the
life of the, Van Doren family,
who have been in the public eye
via television, the classroom and
book publication, is given in a
new book by Dorothy Van Doren
which was placed in circulation
this week at the Canal Zone li line
ne line 'new book, entitled, "ne
Proiessor and .1," is tuli humo humorous
rous humorous recollections of this famous
familyfrom their futile attempts
to ignore son Charles' phenomen phenomenal
al phenomenal success on television to serv serving
ing serving baked potatoes in an apart apartment
ment apartment without an oven.
The complete list of now books
and their authors follows:
Non-fietion The Trial of Dr.
Adams, Bedford; An Anthropolo Anthropologist
gist Anthropologist at Work, Benedict The A American
merican American High School Today, Con
ant; Russia, The Atom and The
West; Eat Well and Stay Well,
Keys; Fr i e nds and Enemies,
Stevenson; The Valadon Drama,
Storm; The Professor and Van
Doren; Give me a Ship To Sail.
Fiction Across Paris, Ayme;
Murder Plan Six, Bingham, Eight
Days, Fielding; The Hourglass,
Gilbert Letter of Marque, Hep Hepburn;
burn; Hepburn; A Victim Must Be Found,
Hocking, The Ghost of Monsieur
Scarron, Lewis; The Fig Tree,
Memen; Summer's Lease, Pender Pendergast;
gast; Pendergast; and Means To an End. Wil WilSOIL
SOIL WilSOIL Canal Zone residents planning
motor trips will be interested in
the 1959 editions of the' American
Automobile Association's publica publications
tions publications which have just been
added to the Library's vertical
These include the following:
Campground Directory of Princi
pal Camping Areas in the U. S.
and Western Canada; Florida Tour
Book; Mexico By Motor, Mid Mideastern
eastern Mideastern Tout Book; Motoring in
Central and South America; North
Central Tour Book; Northeast Northeastern
ern Northeastern Tour Book; Northwestern
Tour Book South Central Tnur
Book; Southeastern Tour Book;
Southwester Tour Book; and Tra Travel
vel Travel Guide to Europe.
A large number of books have
been added to the collection tor
children. These are true stories
and tales of folklore written in
the first words children learn to
read by sight.
, The new titles, all of which
are Dolch Basic Vocabulary Books,
are Animal Stories, Bear Sto Stories,
ries, Stories, Lion and Tiger Stories, Tepee
Stories, "Why' Stories, and
PANAPAA 'AMER, ICA1 TNDIEPINDDIT DAILY NIWSPAPER
leaves Texas Church
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI)
Tba congregation of a prominent
Baptist preacher voted ta accept
his resignation last night
because of his confessed "improp
'er" involvement with a married
The Rev. W. S. McBirnie, a
handsome 39-year-old author and
lecturer and one of the state's
leading clergymen, confessed his
relationship with the woman to
800 members of his congregation
at Trinity Baptist Church last
week. He asked that he be re replaced
placed replaced but said he would not re resign.
sign. resign. McBirnie is married and
has a son in high school.
Shocked members of his church
expressed sympathetic under understanding.
standing. understanding. Many wept and one wo woman
man woman fainted. One man said he
thought McBirnie would be a bet better
ter better preacher because of the ex experience.
perience. experience. The church refused to replace
him, but la st night McBirnie
changed his mind and tendered
his resignation to the board of
The woman, who has since di divorced,
vorced, divorced, was not named, nor was
the "involvement" completely ex explained.
plained. explained. McBirnie has left San Antonio.
Reliable sources said he h a d
flown to New York seeking "spir "spiritual
itual "spiritual guidance" from the not-1
clergyman, Dr. Norman Vinc(iT
Arson Experts Join
Boston Police Hunt
In kimbing Threat!
BOSTON, June 12 (UP1)--Arson
experts questioned a former tran transit
sit transit employe and police checked
l out new telephone bomb threats
today in a sweeping investigation
, of yesterday's transit waiting room
One suspect was taken to police
headquarters for questioning. Scor Scores
es Scores of detectives studied eyewitness
reports and questioned the 38 per persons
sons persons injured in the blast.
Explosive technicians from at
least three agencies united in a
microscopic examination of a
truckload of debris in state police
Authorities said they were seek seeking
ing seeking out all former Metropolitan
Transit Authority (MTA) workers
and that at least one had been
placed under surveillance.
Police said a new telephone
bomb threat, warning that an ex explosive
plosive explosive had been placed in the
Green Street MTA station, was re received
ceived received early today and checked out
"without result." They said calls
of of this kind were typical fol following
lowing following an explosion.
Capt. Gerald McCarthy. chief of
the state fire marshal's explosion
squad, said state and city chem.:
ists had found black powder res residue"
idue" residue" in the ruins of the elevated
Authorities unoticially estimated
it would have taken as much as
25 pounds of the highly explosive
powder to touch off a blast of
such force. Investigators pointed
out that the explosion shattered
13th floor windows of the Hotel
Madison, more tl-an 100 feet from
the scene of the blast in the
elevated waiting room.
MONROE, La. (UPI) Local
residents were urged to write their
congressmen to Promote all "bog "bogc,sed
c,sed "bogc,sed down" legislation. The urger
was the second vice president of
the National Assn. of Postal Supervisors.
complete with bedclothes
Openthis bed makes a firm,
springy surface for any kind of
mattress. Closedit wheels
away out of sight, complete
with all the bedclothes inside.
The Rollaway bed has a sturdy
iron frame and spebial springs
along the sides and ends for real,
long-lasting comfort. Frame
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Ask to see it at your local store.
TRADE INQUIRIIS :
MESSRS. DAVID M. BASSO I IWO LTDA., APARTADO 212, PANAMA, R. de P.
RECEIVES AWARD MSgt. Bruce Hassler. right, first sergeant of the 518th Engineer
Company (Combat), looks over 'he certificate of achievement presented to him ty Col. Ralph
A. Jones, Jr commanding officer lst Battle Group. 20th Infantry, for Ills outstanding work
during Evereise Banyan Tree. LoOking on at the left is Hassler's compaity commander, Capt..
David P. Larsen.--(Army Photo)
45 Guys Dolls
Arrested When Cops
Break Up Crap Game
1 NEW YORK (upi) Police
raided a $76-a-day hotel suite
last night, arrested 45 guys and
four lovely dolls and broke up
what they said was the biggest
floating crap game in New York.
Each of the men in the raided
suite carried a card certifying he
was a member of the Owl Club,
1959, located four miles from
Police estimated the men car carried
ried carried a total of $50,000 to $70,000.
In addition to players and the
girls, who were booked on pros prostitution
titution prostitution charges, police took into
lcustody seven nairs of crooked
dice, racks of $50 to $200 poker
chips and a complete set of bur burglar's
glar's burglar's tools, said to have been
found with the gambling tools in
a suitcase hastily dropped onto a
set-back below the suite window.
Police had been tipped the
game was being played every
Wednesday night, always in a
differen' location in the neighbor neighborhoodof
hoodof neighborhoodof Pennsylvania Station. The
raid on the seven-rnom suite of
the Hotel New Yorker Was the
culmination of a two-month inves investidetion.
Police found the game by watch watching
ing watching the station and following sus suspiciously
piciously suspiciously sharp-looking characters
in expensive silk suits. Plain Plainclothesmen
clothesmen Plainclothesmen and women entered
the hotel lobby like sight-seeing
tourists and watched their quar quarries
ries quarries take elevators to the 39th
Arrested with the 45 players
was a hotel detective who police
said had tried to warn the play-1
ers of the raid. Not arrested were
ro bartender and a waiter serving
the cr owd who reported that
they'd received $14 in tips.
WPI) A matrimonial bureau
which opened here five months
ago shut its doors today and ad admitted
mitted admitted defeat. All the male appli applicants
cants applicants were young and choosy, an
official said. All the females were
widows in their 40's and 50's.
This comfortable VOtiO bed folds away
ALWAYS LOOK FOR THE NAME
Steelworker's Union Warns
Firms To Bargain 'Or Else'
NEW YORK (UPI) The Unit United
ed United Steelworkers Union yesterday
warned 12 major steel companies
to show up for separately bar bargaining
gaining bargaining talks next Tuesday or
face the prospect of legal action.
The industry negotiators refused
to say whether the companies
would show up for the individual
R. Conrad Cooper, chief indus industry
try industry negotiator, told reporters the
12 companies had no intention of
calling their full negotiating com committees
mittees committees to New York. However,
he said the companies were
studying the situation and would
give their an,swer to he union
"wittin 24 hours."
The joint contract talks between
four-man bargaining teams were
recessed Tuesday without any
firm date set for resumption of
David J. Mc Donald, president
of the union, said the companies
have "a legal and contractual
obligation to attend the separate
meetings. He and the union's
chief counsel, Artilur Goldberg,
said failure to comPly Would force
the union to protect its legal
rights under the National Labor
However, the union gave the
companies a legal out by saying
in a letter to the 12 companies:
"We acknowledge your right to
be represented by any persons
you choose so long as you com comply
ply comply with your legal obligation to
bargain with the union in good
faith and to be represented in
that bargaining by individuals
who are both authorized and corn cornpetent
petent cornpetent to deal with the problems
within the areas of contract dis dismission
mission dismission at each of these compan companies."
ies." companies." This statement indicated the
companies would not have to call
t,heir full bargaining teams to
New York but could send a group
of officers representing each com company
pany company to the -meetings.
McDonald tolers reported tho
only cantract talks scheduled
were the 12 separete meeting is isTuesday.
Tuesday. isTuesday. The union has called it
, PAGE THUS
full negotiating .s umiEtcs for
each companie c Donald de denounced
nounced denounced the industry's proposal
Ito modify ist wage freeze offer it
ithe union would accept eight
major contract changes.
McDonald said these changes
are an industry "endeavr- to
speed up op?rations and to wring
from each worker something
more than the last possible ounce
of productive effort."
Commenting on an industry
charge that the return to separate
meetings was "a diversio,nary
publicityseeking tactic," Mc Don.
ald sharply accused the compa companies
nies companies of insulting "the duly desig designated
nated designated members of the negotiating
committees which are charged
with the primary responsibility
for executing the various agree agreements."
ments." agreements." McDonald told a news confer conference
ence conference that the companies and un union
ion union had agreed earlier this year
that either party could reconvene
the full negotiating committees if
they so desired.
McDonald and Goldberg etn
phasized that the union was will willing
ing willing to hold joint talks "concur..
rently" with the separate meet.'
ings. But they refused to saT
whether the joint talks would go
on if the industry failed to attend
the separate talks.
"We'll face that bridge when we
come to it." Goldberg said.
McDonnld tol4 r'nrifsrs that
members of the International
Wage Policy Committee are ar
riving in New York for Ftiday top
stretegy meetine. Ho snid the
members of this policy-making
group of the union are in an angry
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MODESTO, Calif. (UPI) A
demolition expert. cautiosly un unwranped
wranped unwranped at the local airnort a
nackage that was buzzing like a
bee-or a bomb. The small box
was packed with toilet articles.
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agreed today tc
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TRADE INQUIRIES t
MESSRS. DAVID M. BASSO I 111,.0 LTDA.. APARTADO 212, PANAMA, R. de P. ,s t t r ,413,
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MISS PATRICIA QUINN, THOMAS LEONETTI
WED TONIGHT AT CRISTO REY CHURCH
An outstanding social event of this evening will be the
marriage of Miss Patricia Quinn of Balboa and 'Thomas
Leonetti at Cristo Rey Church in Panama City.
The bride-elect, member of a well-known Zone family,
lias appeared recently in New York theater and television
productions. Mr. Leonetti is a vocal recording artist in the
States, and has appeared in top television shows, including
the Hit Parade. He is currently fulfilling nightclub engage engagements
ments engagements on the East Coast.
A wedding reception will be held at the Panama Golf
Club after the ceremony.
Panama's First Lady
To Be Guest Of Honor
At Annual WIZO Tea
Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.,
Wife of the President of Panama.
will be guest of honor at the an anDual
Dual anDual Red Cross tea sponsored by
the Women's biternational Zionist
Organization Wednesday afternoon
at the Union Club in Panama
The tea will start at 2 p.m., and
guests are asked to be at the U Ution
tion Ution Club before 5, when Mrs. de
b Guardia is expected to arrive.
Tickets for the t8a may be ob obtained
tained obtained by calling Panama 2-4728 or
Powder your baby with
Mexana after every bath and
diaper change. Protect his
skin from the cause of irrita irritations
tions irritations and odor Mexana, with
clings to the
absorbs, re- ,-
freshes, deo deodorizes
dorizes deodorizes a n d
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You are cordially invited to attend the Flag Day
Servicea to be conducted by Lodge 1414 at the BAL BALBOA
BOA BALBOA STADIUM at 3 p.m. Sunday June 14.
The faults of our brothers IT write upon the sands...
their. virtures on the tablets of love and memory.
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49. the iiew pastor and
bOen 11S1 ut rnddauye e dm o
g at the Balboa U
il beAieCaltinitrdercel ntosrn
tron i tn g
Dayhis family will 1 WI 1 i,,,e6011'Wl-, j 11,1-44-)0
nhe will preach
1,1 tshuencli al ya .smc. M
.ta service. The i.
hoot will present a pro- 1
le. McClelland and Mrs. Luke C.
Palumbo are the superintendents
of the Sunday chool. The Coco
Solo Service will be held at 9:15
a.m. with the Rev. Franklin pre- I SOmething new, delightful
informal and welcome
STEAK DINNER Service
beginning this Sunda!,
nightly (except Monday) from 7 lInt
in "LA PARRILLADA MOP C
of the South lOtinge. I AL" I MOM. An OVUM NM P SOU. MOS 11111C
' four no-trump was not neoessar neoessarIlY
IlY neoessarIlY Bittaswt as :eel s' mnirset
, ; grand six bid in a suit and if
smile to' bid a
slant you are' willing.
i 'TODAY'S QUESTION
I Again your partner, North, has
opened one diamond. This time
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At VA A tOr aiding. Assisting in the ministry
will be Mrs. Elwood Compton at NOTED ARTIST DIES
1, opAINA and Wolof coco Solo and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Tempting, generous portion steaks ROME (UPI) Sen. Pietro ,,. :: ::,:,,:::5: :' ,,.:.440.1
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selected by the patron and grilled 90, sculptor and composer, died in ,-;.177,:,::,,,,:,:::!:,v:::!,:::,,,,:::,, x at,
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Sermon Topic Informal wear Cristobal Mufios
1 lib SAULg 4, "God the Preserver of Man" if
1 plays the organ. NFONO1110
: i : & the subject of the lesson-sermon
to be read at the Sunday Services 1 MIDNIGHT CLUB 4
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I Scriptural selections will include I 1
.. .. tonight midnight to 3 a.m. tv
P...-"kirt-1.111s.....a1.411011,' A I l'atil's ntatement In th. ir LL. Oft Mao 11 1 ,,, in
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Organ music and complimentary 1;4, Vr ' A picture that is being hailed as a comedy for.
41'4711?1,, voi, HEs !hey which are of faith. the same night cap at 3 a.m. ..................all the family to enjoy arrives next ,Wednesday at
1 ,, t ,V,1'',....:itia.:,11wies, are the children of Abraham." 14 T di
1 ' 6,. The meaning for today of Ara. 1 4a st,, et fie the "CENTRAL",Theatre. It is Paramount's Techni-
' i tilm009.'...,..k;.1,, ham's lifework will be emphasiyed I
In selections read from 'Science :i,
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colr and VistaVision production HOUSEBOAT,"
Ind Health with Kev to the Scrip. po'' '''' : r.' "k ,i starring Cary Grant and Sophia Loren and co-star- 1
tires" by Mary Baker E d d y : -'-' ring Martha Hyer and Harry Guardino. Veteran
P &e9 ..
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,i1 the purpose of Love to create Eduardo' Ciannelli is importantly featured.
rust in good, and showed the life. ilio. illisoopor to.7",40.00 ,, ritilist 710
kV I:ir Miss Loren sings and dances in this, her first
' I r Ireserving powrr of spiritual I n"
' Amencan-made comedy, which is'set in Washing-i
The Golden Text is from Psalms I ton D.0 and on the Potomac Ricer Advt
fle:1):' "Preserve me. 0 God:
, y ; for ip thee do I put my trust"
OW PI Waal& 20740 fir d-0741
2-2370. They may also be purchas purchased
ed purchased at the door.
Mr. ami mrs. ttooert A. Modoo Modoono
no Modoono ol Arlington, mass., announce
birtn ot inea son, itootn, Al Alan
an Alan M0000nt, Jr., on June a.
Mrs. Modoono, the tormer Ma Mary
ry Mary Ann ftannigan, was uoril An toe
Canal Zone and was graduated
from Cristobal Sc000l.
The maternal granoparenLs are
Mr. and Mrs Josepo tianmgan
Balboa, and the paternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. Jock ,uls.
Modoono of Lexington, M a s s.
George McDade in balboa is the
maternal great grandfather.
Sunday Evening Dance
At Balboa JWB
A gala "Home from College"
dance will be held Sunaay eveniag
at 8 at the Bathe. USO-JWI Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center.
Servicemen and their families
are invited to meet college stu students
dents students who have returned for sum summer
mer summer vacations.
Refreshments will be served,
and Pete's combo will play for
Hare For Vacation
Miss Jenny Lee Livingsto r.,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Livingston. arrived yesterdaY
to spend her vacation from college
with her parents asd younger sis sister
ter sister Gaye. For the past ye:r she
has attended Anderson College in
Anderson, Ind. For the first year
in college she received a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship grant and now has been grant
ed additional aid toward her next
Miss Livingston has been elect elected
ed elected president of the Student Volun Volunteers
teers Volunteers for next year. This is a group
of students specially interested in
missionary activities around the
sop. WHO 0 OINS0111 Otgots
monk OM me 1
ifralsoan 8.0 ) aid 10 a m ealt
world. During this past year Miss
Livingston has also been a.rnem a.rnember
ber a.rnember ot the Anderson College band
and orchestra playing clarinet in
tne band and oboe in the orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. Dance Tonight
At Amaaor Club
Activities at the Fort Amador
Officers Open Mess this evening
will open at 7. with a free cock cocktail
tail cocktail hour. A dance, with Goodridge
and his orchestra providing the
music will be held from 8:30 p.m.
to 12:30 a.m.
NEW LEATHERNECK Marine
2nd Lt. Thomas W. Grimison (a (above),
bove), (above), son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex
E. Beck of Balboa, has c6mplet c6mpleted
ed c6mpleted the Marine Corps' 7-month
basic course for newly-commissioned
Marine officers. The Penn
State University graduate took
his training at the Marine Corps
Schools at Quantico, Va.
.0n Sunday tne Rev. vavid Jem Jemmot.,,
mot.,, Jemmot.,, past.yr oi Emmanuel
Baptist. c.,.aurch, eueoio Nuevo, will
De tne preacuer at DWI morning
and evea.lig worship.
rit to:30 a.m. Sunuay school (all
ages) 11 cm. Morning Worship,
6 p.m. Baptist Training Union,
7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service.
Immediately alter tne evening's
worship, the romance Of 'ine
Lord's supper will De observed.
The Rev, Dr. J01111 H. Town Townsena,
sena, Townsena, Execuc.ve secretary ol tne
missionary District ot tne Pana Panama
ma Panama Cana, Lone, wili otiiciate at
all services to De held at the Ca Catneorai
tneorai Catneorai st. Luse, AnC011, Canal
,Zone, on Sunday', June 14.
Alt,services will be nent in the
Cathedral, with the exception of
the celeoration of tne rioiy Eucha Eucharist
rist Eucharist which will be in All Souls
Chapel at 7:30 a.m.
The Rev. Henry A. Gustafson,
Jr. protessor ot New 'testament
Stu'dies at North Park Theological
Seminary ot chicago, Illinois ar arrived
rived arrived Thursday aboard the SS.
Cristobal. He will serve as interim
pastor at the Margarita Union
Church during the absence of the
Rev. Theodore E. Frankli n,
church pastor. The Rev. Franklin
will leave the Isthmus June 20 on
the SS Ancon for a 10-week vaca vacation
tion vacation in the states.
The Gustafsons at present are
staying at the Bible House in Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. During the major part of
their stay they will be living in
the Margarita parsonage. Besides
Mrs. Gustafson, the Rev. Gustaf Gustafson
son Gustafson is accompanied by his two
children, Joan and Mark.
Tomorrow there will be a Fel Fellowshi
lowshi Fellowshi pSupper at 5:30 p.m. in the
Margarita Church at which time
the new pastor and his family will
be introduced to the congregation.
On Sunday morning he will preach
at the Balboa Union Church.
A Children's Day program will
be featured tomorrow morning at
the 11 a.m. Margarita service. The
Sunday School will present a pro program
gram program and pageant entitled: "Far
the Beauty of the Earth." Mrs. E.
le. McClelland and Mrs. Luke C.
Palumbo are the superintendents
of the Sunday chool. The Coco
Solo Service will be held at 9:15
a.m. with the Rev. Franklin pre presiding.
siding. presiding. Assisting in the ministry
will be Mrs. Elwood Compton at
Coco Solo and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
C. O'Neal at Margarita.,
"God the Preserver of Man" if
the subject of the lesson-sermon
to be read at the Sunday Services
of the Christian Science Churches
of the Canal Zone.
Scriptural selections will include
Paul's statement to the Galatians
(3:7): "Know ye therefore that
!hey which ore of faith. the same
are the children of Abraham."
The meaning for today of Abra.
ham's lifework will be emphasized
In selections read from "Science
Ind Health with Key to the Scrip.
tires" by Mary Baker Eddy
'579:12: "This patriarch illustrat illustrat,d
,d illustrat,d the purpose of Love to create
rust in good. and showed the life.
Ireserving powrr of spiritual un.
The Golden Text is from Psalms
fle:1):' "Preserve me. 0 God:
for Ip thee do I put my trust."
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PANAMA AMPRICAN AN rcurnom'rry:omix sPiitt,
ACROSS 48 Bellows ,,,
1 Regulus is
in this 49 Southern
50 Asiatic natiOn
4 Most remote
known planet 511Dutch uncle
52 Typa of boat
cf. solar 53 Property itozn
9 Earth's sourcs 54 Lair
14 Oberon is
16 Fixed look
18 Summer (Fr.)
19 Shade tree
21 Natural fat
32 Make lace
37 King of
40 Son of
41 Frozen water
43 Mineral spring
1 45 Bitter vetch
2 Puff up
3 Most unusual
4 Pieces WO
6 Soviet river
College students returning for
summer vacation and early va vacationers
cationers vacationers among Canal employes
returning home make up most
of the passenger list of the Pana Panama
ma Panama liner Ancon which sailed
from New York.
There are 88 passengers on
the advance list of the Ancon
for Cristobal. In addition, 23 pas passengers
sengers passengers are scheduled to sail
from New York for Port-au Prince
The complete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list of the Ancon for Cristobal
Rodrigo G. Abrahams, Miss Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia H. Adams; Wayne Bath;
Miss Marie Bleak ley; Mrs. Leticia
R. de Bussalleu; Belisario Cas Castro;
tro; Castro; Mrs. Jenny L. Castro Joseph
B. Clemmons III; Aliss Isabella
Craig; Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
Ego If and two children; Miss M.
Marjorie Ely and Miss Jean
Mrs. Constance Gerrans;
and Mrs Carleton F. Halle4 anti
daughter; Miss Anne W. Handley;
Reginald M. Hayden; Christian
W. Hearon; Edward J. Henriquez;
Mr. and Mrs. Furman T. Hick Hickson;
son; Hickson; Miss Jane Hocking; Dr. and
IVIts- Joseph A. Johengen; Miss
Carolyn Kalsch; Miss Mollie Klers
feld; MrS. Anna C. Kredell and
son; and Miss Ruth W. Krout.
Mrs. Gladys B. Lasher and four
children; Frank H. Lerchen Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Levy and
two children; Miss Charlotte Lip Lipner;
ner; Lipner; Miss Geraldine M. McDon McDonnell;
nell; McDonnell; Robert M. MacSparran, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph A. Mack, Thomas Maher
Miss Helen E. Munroe; and Mr.
and Mrs. Jaines W. Murray and
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Plum er;
James W. Reece; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Roeseman; Miss Adele
; t.,41;4dril -e27,1w1h, NtifiV:
ATLANTIC SIDE ATTENTION
PRE-TEENS St TEENAGERS
Registration for Ballroom Dance Classes will be held June
15th, Monday from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Coco Solo
Gym, next to the Breakers Club.
"SPECIAL" 24f HOUR LESSONS WM
INCLUDING JAMBOREE PARTY
CHILDREN AND TEENAGE SPECIALIST
something new, delightful
informal and welcome
STEAK DINNER Service
beginning this Sunda!,
nightly (Fxcept Monday) from 7 ilm
in "LA PARRILLADA TROPICAL"
of the South lounge.
Tempting, generous portion steaks
selected by the patron and grilled
on-the-spot. Moderate prices.
plays the Organ.
tonight midnight to 3 a.m.
for the' late crowd in the Balboa Bar
Organ music and complimentary
night cap at 3 cm.
Una NRINN 111
moo p-1 wins A
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-1 r-7..,! Fin -- 01
111 4. Millasral
2 Defiled 38 Hurled t F ;
10 Beneath 31 Female home
11 Regdire 38 Eagle's
22 Waver 39 troth
23 Priniint 40 Ravine
mistakes 42 Low tellerwl,
25 Lasso 44 Ending ot
28 Immerse a prayer
30 Depots 48 Narrow inlet
34 Evening 47 Perched
AAA MAMMA AA'
AMA MANNA AM
ANN AMMAN MN
ANN AMA AN
AM WMA NA
ANN Ada ANA
ANN MAMMA MAN
ANN AMMAN ANN
ANN AMAMI AMC
Sella 11; Rev. Bernard Schimmel;
Ward Shannon; Mr. and Mrs.
Anastasio Sogandares; Miss Lydia
H Sogandares; Alwyn W. Sprague
Mr. and Mrs. James Slam Slampies;
pies; Slampies; Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Stanley and two children; and
Mr. and Mrs. W. Philip Under Underwood;
wood; Underwood; Mr. and Mrs. Edmundo
Varela; Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Weinstein; Mrs. Anna Weiss;
Frank T. Wil lee; Richard W.
Wright; Mrs. T. Joseph Zinghcim;
and Miss Marion Zingheim
Range Firing Next
Week For Infantry
At Kobbe Ranges
,.4.dltional firing lot the week of
15 June has been scheduled by
U.& Army Caribbean.
Phifer Range is to be used on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, June 16-19, between 7
am. and 4:30 p.m., for firing of
light machine guns and automatic
rifles. Maximum altitude is 1000
feet and the maximum horizontal
range is 3500 yards.
From Monday through Fridav
the Venado Beach Firing Rang"
will be utilized betwen 7 a.m. and
4:30 p.m. Troons of the ist Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, will be un
dergoing we apon s qualification
with the rifle and hand grenades.
Maximum altitude will be 16nn
feet and the horizontal range will
be 900 yards.
a,,v.2:- 414 titOerui
FROM AIDE TO ACTOR -- Now
appearing on the screens of Na Navy
vy Navy movie theaters on the Canal
Zone is movie newcomer Jo Im
Gavin (above), star of Universal
International's "A Time to Love
and a Tim,e to Die." The new
film actor might be recognized
by Zonians and long-term Navy Navymen
men Navymen as former Lt. (jg) Jack
Golenor, aide in 1955 to Rear
Adm. Milton E. Miles, Com Commandsint
mandsint Commandsint of the 15th Naval Dis District.
trict. District. The 6-foot, 4-inch, 27-yearold
ex-Navy officer makes his
debut in the $3,000,000 movie.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Wyk
V752 V None
4 A K
East and West vulnerable
South West North East
2 Pass 2 NT. Pass
3 V, Pass 4 Pass
6 Pass Pass Pass
Opening leadV 2
Today's hand has been appear appearing
ing appearing in one form or another in
bridge publications since long be before
fore before my first contact with the
)Aceordingd, to Donald Parson,
In his nevi 'book "Fall of the
Cards" declarer surveyed dummy
with a sigh and lamented, "I'm
afraid we did not bid enough."
The lament proved a prelude to
disaster. Declarer won the open opening
ing opening trump lead in his own hand
and led the ace of spades. If that
held he could trump out his two
losing spades with dummy's two
remaining trumps and make
Unfortunately West trumped
the ace of spades and led his last
trump. This left South with one
trick gone, two loaing spades and
only one trump in dummy for
them. Down he went.
A safety play would have made
the hand. South could have led a
low spade instead of the ace. He
would have lost that trick but that
would be all. West could lead a
second trump or East could lead
any other wit but six hearts
would wheel in.
Of course this safety Play would
lose against a 9-0 club break but
the chance of that particular bit
of misfortune was far less than of
the actual 8-0 break in spades.
We I RDSendelif
CIThe bidding has been: :
I Nottb East South West,
1 Pass 2 MT. Pass
3 Pan 3 Pass
3 Pass 4 4 Pau
4 ,b Pau 4 MT. Pass
t 5 41 Pau
You, South, bold:
What do you do?
ABid six no-trump. Your
;garbler has chosen to show three
' sees in spite of the fast that your 1
four no-trump was not neoessar neoessarily
ily neoessarily Blackwood. Six no-tramp
must be just as toed a eontract
as any six bid in a suit and if
4our partner wants to' bid a
; grand slant yen are' willing.
Again your partner, North, has
'opened on diamond. This time
4AKISI VA4 SK4 4AJOS
What do you do?
, Answer Tomorrow
NOTED ARTIST DIES
ROME (UPI) Sen. Pietro
Canonici, leading Italian painter,
90, sculptor and composer, died in
a Rome clinic yesterday of
Bing Crosby probably will want
to assign his lawyers,' or at least.'
private eyes, to do something a about
bout about the young man who's peen
circulating around NeW York pos-,
ing as the Groaner's son, Linusay
Crosby. Stocky and blond,' cm-
plete with a scar Oa' his wrist
which he .attributeuto "my auto automobile'
mobile' automobile' accident," has contacted
minor antertainers with offers ot
jobs in a film to be shot in Aus-1
trade, end 'invited Ahern tfi weed
him try out his new night club
act at the Blue Angelan engage-1
ment about which the Blue Angel
management knew" nothing. Those
who've inet him describe. him as
"erratic in conversation and
somewhat wild in behavior".
Gene Tierney will be able to re resume
sume resume her business career in the
near future, afid her friends hope
movie and TV producers will
come forward with the best of all
medleine--job offers. ;E I i e n'
Hanley, who did so beautifully
when she replaced Polly Bergen
as star of .,"Fir-st Impressions"
may Wia, the second female .lead
in the new Mary aMrtin show
scheduled for Boradway next
season. .Sherman Billingsley
plans to sue Confidential maga-,.,
zine for the story about his Stork.
Club in the August issue. Says
Sherm: "It's all lies and slan slander
White House insiders Say Sir
Winston Churchill had a vary pri private
vate private 'medical checkup during his
recent visit to the United Stetes.
.0ne of the cuties in "La Lume
de Ma Tante" is so willing to talk
about her romance with a mar married
ried married comedian, it's no longer
much of a secret. .When dele delegates
gates delegates from Mt countries w er e
guests of Yonkers Raceway at
the United Nations gala the other
night, the big winner was His Ex Excellency
cellency Excellency C. S. Jha the Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador from India, who picked three
very fast ones. ."The Threepen Threepenny
ny Threepenny Opera" will have grossed two
million dollars within the next
couple of days. .The newly an announced
nounced announced ship travel agreement be between
tween between Russia and the United A Arab
rab Arab Republic is forerunner of at
least two other pactsorie involv
mg arms, the other trade.
When Elizabeth Taylor and Ed Eddie
die Eddie Fisher moved into the Carl
'Program Music Vs
Absolule Music' Is
Subject Of Lecture
A series of informal Music Ap Appreciation
preciation Appreciation lectures will be given
by Dr. Zdenka E. Fischman at
the USO-AVB Armed Forces Serv Service
ice Service Center in Balboa.
The first of the monthly ses sessions
sions sessions will take place on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Jtme 25 at 8 p.m., at which
time the subject w411 be "Program
Music veruss Absolute Music."
Subsequent meetings will take
place the last -Thursday of each
month at 8 p.m.
Fischman, a resident of Pana Panama
ma Panama City, holds a Ph. D. in musi musicology
cology musicology from the Charles Univer University
sity University of Prague. During the oast
nine years, she has been profes professor
sor professor of music at the University of
These lectures are to be given
without charge and are availa available
ble available to servicemen, their families,
and the general, public of Pana Panama
ma Panama and the Canal Zone. For fur further
ther further information and rsgistra rsgistration,
tion, rsgistration, pleise call the USO-JW,13
Club at Balboa 1071
starts next Wednesday at the "Central"
- Theatre ,
A picture that is being hailed as a comedy for.
all the family to enjoy arrives next ,Wednesday at
the "CENTRAL",Theatre. It is Paromount's Techni Technicolr
colr Technicolr and Vista Vision production "HOUSEBOAT,"
starring Cary Grant and Sophia Loren and co-starring
Martha Hyer and Harry' Guardino. Veteran
Eduard Ciannelli is impertantly featured.
Miss Loren sings and dances in this, her first
'American4nade comedy, which is'set in Washing-i
, ton, D.C., and on the Potoinac,,Ricer. Advt.
SAITRDAY, TUNICat 1959
ton-Hotel in Cannes, their big
kick wee Ali Khan's tip on the
private passageway by which the
noneymooners -could reach their
stdte without being' mobbed by
fans and newspaper photograpilers.
But Us, now frightfully weight weightconscious,
conscious, weightconscious, -wasn't able to enjoy
the gourmet dishes prepared in
her honor by the mangement; all
she 'wanted, she said, was "a
nice plain salad"... Suite be
chaos, no red pencils and a short,
aile-of paper clips around this of office
fice office as of July 14, when the coll.
umn's secretary, Myrtle Verhe,
turns actress for st. comedy' role
in the thriller "There's Atwaya
a Ithirder" at the Towers Thea Theatre
tre Theatre in Cedarhurst, N.J. Note to
talent escouts: please, kids, don't
catch her act-4've got work to
dol. Sophia Loren's mam a
who ought to know (she and So Sophia
phia Sophia are always on the phone gab gabbing)
bing) gabbing) insists All the divorce ru rumors
mors rumors are ridiculous, Sophia and
Carlo Pontiare- divinely happy,
and they're not in the least war.
ried about legal problems from
the Italian courts.
Edith Nal 'is now so tiny and
frail she looks as if the slightest
breeze could blow her all the
way to Paris: -Jimmie Rodgers'
unfailing-good nature even when
he was swamped with autograph
requests for literally hours at a
time was one :of the MOM, impres impressive
sive impressive features of the disc jockey
convention in Miami Beach.
Twosothe: Sunny Shaw, the at attractive
tractive attractive platter spinner et the
Palm, and Johnny Barracuda of
tht African Room. .Errol Flynn
plans to take a flyer at the bar barbecue
becue barbecue restaurant business the
first establishment to open on his
property in Jamaica,
The newest dance rage among
the rock 'n' roll aficionados is e elegantly
legantly elegantly known as "The Slop."
One of Broadway's most bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly talented actors may lose
his long-suffering agent unless he
cuts down on his drinking bouts
and temperamental outbursts.
David Tihmor, wbo will direct
"New Paces of '59" is excited a about
bout about a new talent who probably
will turn up in the revuea Tex,
as Christian co-ed named Ann
Hite. .Somebody thought up a
cute name, for a Long Islano sa saloon:
loon: saloon: The Bar Barian, Joanne
Woodward's erstwhile r I e n ds
from Greenville, S.C., are all but
speechless over her treatment of
them when they come to New
York. Far ftom acting like a Big
Star, she invite them to "Come
right up and see the baby" when whenever
ever whenever they calland' many of thtm
are rather embarrassed because
when Joanne 'was alone nnd
struggling in the strange city,
they didn't have time to send her
an encouraging note. One ir!lp
commented: "How can ehe be so
nice? I'd be bitter." To w hie h
her chum retorted with consider considerable,
able, considerable, perspicacity: "Bitter? Isn't
Paul Newman enough to give a anybody
nybody anybody a good disposition?"
Night Of Fun Show
For Invited Public
The public is invited to the So Sojourner's
journer's Sojourner's Lodge 'Hall tom .,.row
night at 7:30 for a "Night of Fun."
Program will be under the auspic auspices
es auspices of the Mystic Rose Social Group.
BRITISH HERO ILL
LONDON, (urn A hero of
the Battle of Britain, former
RAF Group Capt. A. G. Sailor
Malan,' is in London to recsive
treatment for Parkinson's Dis Disease.
ease. Disease. Malan, who had 32 enemy
Itanes to h's credij, now runs a
farm in South Africa.
PI) A hero of
:!apt. A. G. Sailor
ondon to reesive
Parkinson's Dis Disvho
vho Disvho had 32 enemy
med,t, now runs a
ring PANAMA AMERICAN 0,rwurnraorr Dm! Itrwsp ArEit
- Cliurdi of Mut
11ALSOA; Balboa loot
Services Steads, 10.Se Liss LI AO ion
CRISTOBAL. American Lessee' Ma IL
services bustler 10;00 eJiL il$10 aJsi
RIO ARAJO: Rouse tio, SObt Ai
- The Unitarian Society
Slinday Services 10:30 a.m.
1,11COrt Blvd. and MSMSy Place,
Your Invitation to
COCOL1 LUTIST CHURCH
311 nruja Roan
Drawer 304.0 tialboa. C.Z.
ltdmiut4 S. Sta Swarth Pastor
Sunday School AM amt.
Morning Worship 11:00 111411
Trauma Union 0:30 Mu.
Evenuig. Worship ,;331
Prayer Meeting & Bible
Study Each Wednesday. 1:00 p.m
Each Month 1:00 p.m.
Each Month 1;30 p.m
VIRST srrisi CHUICB
Balboa Height, C.
1127 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa UV
William Denby. Pastor
Stmday School t:30 ant.
Morning Worship 10:45 cm
Baptist Training Union 0:30 11In
tvangelistie Service I:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting. WednesdaY 7:00 0.m
W M.S Bible Study .Tburip
days COO Lim
MelIVP Brotherhood (last
Mondav In matithl 120 tant
VIIIST BAPTIST CHIIKCII
Marg.trita Avsmue et 5th Street
' Margarita, Canal Zone
Rev. Wendell C. Parker. Patter
durum,. School 1.45 Lea
Montilla Worship 1.1:00
Baptist training Union 0;30 pm
Evening Worship 1145 p.m
Brotherhood, Tuesdays 1:00 p.m.
Prayer Services, Wednesetays 1;00 pm.
W & 3rd !friday,
GA., R A.. & Sunbeams.
Pridart I LSO Dm.
Miler & hiro. W. Bishop
15 February Street. Phone: 28-20054
11:00 Hohneso Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Envoy & Mrs. C. L. Moseley
. 1:00 Holiness Meeting
Br. Captain & Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 38-743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREIT
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CM. C.Z.
envoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Office ?-32.111
11:30 a.m.Church School Free bus
service., Clause tor all ages.
,10:30 a.m.Worship Service ...Church
Time Story Sour tor Kindergarten
end Primsry Children. Church-Time
Cradle Roll and Nursery
COO p.m.Post High Fellowship.
11:30 p.m.S:00 p.m. Junior Nigh
1:00 p.m.Senior High tallowshipi
Margarita Ave. end Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore L tranklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-21641. Res. 9-14911
9:45 a.m. Church &Mot. Bus service.
, Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 Lill. Morning Worship.
-fiurrery los infants and small chil children.
dren. children. 1:00 .funior fellowship.
d:11 pm. Youth fellowship.
A complets Schedule of auxiliary so,
tivities and official meetings as an annotmced
notmced annotmced from wook to wools.
' Rev. Walker M. Aidartma. Pastes
' Off.1 1-470 -0 Ras.: 41-130
' '010 a.m. Sunday lebooi.
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
, Officia)'meetinp and wilax-day sal
witios as announced.
Chrbdan latent Churchoo'
irk Church at Christ, Iciontists Amen
Sunday Services 11:00 Sunday
School 0:30 a.m.
..,.Wedneeday 0:00 p.m.
Reading Room SOO Balboa Road Ovan
Ially scent Sundays and holidays tram
:30 to 11:30 SJI and 1:30 to 1:00 sat.
alurday: 0:30 to 11:3Q tra.
Evening Hours 0:00 to 0:00 p.m. incept
Wednesdays end Saturdays.
FIRST CHIJRCH OS CHRIST
, All church services will as held In
, the Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple in Cristbal (next door to the
Margarita florist). Imtrance is on Sal.
boa Aventie through the Arcade.
Sunday Service 11:00 Cm.
Wednesday tveroing Testimonial Meet.
bit g:00 o'clock.
, Sdnday School is held it CP sat.
.0 Reading ROOM Hours --, Monday 1:00
to ,itt pa. Wedneadey I:00 te
, Yon arts isidially invited b sttosd
, Ts services and Ss Wm the Reading
I-- Churches St the Many faiths le the Calm! Zees,' mad the fermis', eltift
' Sews tioal tit writing by Wednesday OMB bil the latest et lity changes
) fst tbs entafte Saturday's chinch page.
. Mieisteskeburch secretaries eft chaplains are asked No :storm the
el Passes& tied Coles,- Republic et Panama. extend a wekome at as
limn In men sod weinee et the armed services...ad ft civilian milli.
bore, Meads and strainers.-
, :-. As a pubiiii lorries The resales Americas lists below. by damsel.
Miens. sok. et hoots of worship sod mho fteulat activities.
Whip are rotated trees time to thole. Desomisatiess having Silly
one et two congregations are listed undo "Other Churches AV fervir.oll.ls
A spetial hating is chided tot servises st Army posts. Air tome bases
' gel Naval statist's. .--,
, Sunday Mamas! 1:00. 6:00. 10100 anO
Hoe Day klateeat 640. I:00. LISS ass
and 6:00 p.m
Contusions. &mita', S:30 to
and 1:00 V, 6:00 p.m Thuradal. balms
rine Priday. 1:00 to COO p.m.
Nitrate lona Medal Novara: 1100 pa
Catechism Mimi atter the SIM gnaw
High Gehapt Study Club 6:30 Dm. el
Sunday Masao. 6:11, 720 1:30 tin
MAY De7 maw: CU am and COO
Confessions; &anode" 11:30 to 6:00 lino
7:16 11:00 p.m, Thursday beton First
Sacred Heart Devotfones Ida pin. on
Catechism Ciao: CIS Ifs 4:411 pa on
OHS LADY OP VATIMACuntada
Sunday Haas at 11:00
Holy Day lima st CPO p.m.
Contentions: 8:00 to CO nai on Sat.
tgaatechigm Clasp: Smut-clay 11:30 to lb
dunday Masses at 7:00 and CU am.
Moly Day Mara at COO p.m
Weekday Maass: ..:00 CUL
Contemions: Saturday 8:30 to 4:30 arid
0:110 te 1:30.
Catechists Clans Sunday II:00 to 4:00
Miraculous Medal Novena: ISO p.m
Convert Mitructionot Thursday 1:00
IT. VINCENTIPanama ty
Sunday Mama: 6:00 and 6:30 si.nt
Moly Day Mamas: 11:30 and 6:00 p.m
(It it fails on Saturday lb Mamas art
6:00 and II:30 cm.)
Confessions: Saturday SAO to 11:00 and
1:00 to 11:00 p.m Thursdays before First
Friday I:30 Dm
Miraculous Mediu Novena and Sta
Pons of the Cross: Friday I:10 pm.
Catechism Clam After S:30 man or
Convert Clam. tia DAIL Tuesday and
Sunday Maw 1;30 arn.
Holy Day Matta: 1;00 J11. tit ft falls,
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Catechlton Clam: 3;30 to 1:00 p.m. on
Contentions: 1:00 to 1;30 am. itund11
ST. JOHA BAPTIST DS LA MILLI
04; ratios jAktows.
Bond klas0 CIO Ater-Ca 1:
Wein Oen Man: 440 Mon.,' Thum
frt. and SM. DIM Friday mass; COO 6.M
Holy Day Mauer COO cm, to I:00
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 1:00
LOO p4a. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 1:00
Catechism Clam 3:30 pin on Sunday
Convert Clam: Monday 7:30 p.m
Sunday Mass: 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 1:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to 1:30 p.m
Thursday before first ftiday 11:30 p.m..
Catechism Clam: 3:15 p.m. on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Novenas 1:00 o.m. on
Convert Clam 11:30 pm. on Thursday
Sunday Masses: ;41, 8:00 and 11:15 a.M.
Holy Day Mamas: 5:45 and 8:00 cm
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 11:00 and
MO to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novenas Warinenday
5:15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novene. Friday 1:16 plc
Sunday Evening Services :00 p.m.
Convert Clam: 1:15 p.m. on Mondays
Catachism Clam Sunday 10:15 .m.
11:43 e.m. 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
rhtft FridayExposition of Most Bless.
ad Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
Find Saturday Devotions to our Lady
ot FatimaThe Holy Rosary-5:00 cm
First Communion instructions for ehil ehildren
dren ehildren Mondays and Thursdays COO to
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 am
Holy Day Mamas: I:00. 1:00 a.m. and
Confusions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
1:00 to II:00 p.nt. After ROM" each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:11 stid
1:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Clam: Attar II:00 Maas on
' First Friday txpaaition ail day during
Ilia School Yam.
sun Saturday: Um at COO tutu
ROILY FAMIL0 CHURCH is Margarita
Sunday Mandel 1:114 0:30 11:111
first Saturday Mass; 11:00 CEA.
Weekday Masses: 0:00
Sauirday 7:00 pat. to 0:00 p.m
Miraculous 'Medal Novena 7:00 pm
Holy Day Maims, 7:30 Mill p.m.
Confession lo:411 p.m to 4:45
Parish family Rosary and
Benediction 7;00 pat,
Discumien Inquiry Group 120
mt. friday Devotions 7:00 p.m.
1st. Saturday Devotions 7:00 Om
ST. VINCS4111ilatneons City
Sunday Mameu: CIO Amu and S:00
Moly Day Mums 6:110 ea. and 0:00
C161110110 t 4:00 So II:00 and 100 So
1:00 p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Cam: 10:40 amt. en Sunday.
Convert Clamovary Monday aS 1:00
Miraculous Modal Moveuil 1:00 ixe
Saccatt Maus 14a-renat 1:00 issm an
Sunda,' MM. 11:13 sun
Holy Day Ilan: S:00 AL
Conleasionsi 11410 to IDS 0.11 1B Oa
estsebtom Clow 4:00 mos. en Monday
OUIR LAMI Of MOOD CQUOSSIL
Sunday MIMIC AO and 620 sm.
holy Day Masao: COO LIM and ISO
latUrtilly at t :00 Lao sod
Oar all satins devotion
Baptisms by appointsoent
Miraculous Stsuas ht..ssoi Sot
Naomi Bout Novena, lie min en
Sunday Schools a rso wok. se Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class lot CUL
&nit i1:00 S.in on Thurada7.
Rslisious Instruction tor adults (ten.
dusted ist Swinish, TOO 1010 ON MOW
, Convoy Instuotioes Op appoints
The EA lar a Heber Hoodea. KM(
The Vary Ser. Maurer' J. loatenon,
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
1:30 am Holy Communion.
CIS a.m. Church School (Hoy Cam
munion iird Sunday).
9:30 Sal Sante Corsimtmlem trd Sun Sunday
day Sunday tact Motrumesi CM' am
1180 a.ro !doming Prayer and Sat
mon, Holy Communion Ito Sunda,.
7:00 p.m granins Seinen
AA are holy Communion,
7:00 on Pennine Praym,
ritL MA IA
11:06 am rimy Communion
1110 a m Holy Communion.
CM a Mornins Prays
L9:00 Missionary Pray
Church el m Andrew
Tht Rev W Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Holy Conmiiinion 7:20
family Prayer and
Church School 1:30 Lin
(Also Holy Communion Ind
Morning Prayer Sarum 11.00 am
Sunday each wont&
Holy Communion COO an
' Chapel or the Good Shepherd
Ebe Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Priest he Charge
11:10 am. Morning Prayer.
(11.C. tint friday leach Month).
lit. Sinion's Chinch
rho Rey John Spear Priftio in Charge
Chorai tuenariiit, anti Ser.
Episcopai Young Churchman
Evensong and Sermon
Morning Prayer and Holy
Conununion 1:00 ii.n)
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDDI ESDA Y S & THURSDA YS
Holy Conuntmion 7;00 am
Mornins Prayer 1:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 pm
family Eucharist 8:30 a.m.
Office of Comphno 9;00 p.m.
St Peter's Church
VW, Rev, John flpsar.,Priest Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School 9:00 CM
MOD 1020 DM,
Confirmation Clam 9:30
Choral Eucharist and '''''
Hwy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Addrms 7:30 p.m
Woman's Atud liary 7:30 pm.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 am.
Chapoi of the Holy Comforter
Ven L B. Shirley. Priest in Charge
1:30 m Holy Communion.
Church of St. Margaret
raptly and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webeter
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 CID Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Commtmlon first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Chars,
The Rev. David A Osborn,
- Vicar Emeritus
a:00 Lin. Choral Eucharist & Sermor
9:30 am. Infant Baptism.
, 3.00 sun Church School
5:W p.m. Youth Fellowship
71o0 qm. Evensong and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
SO D ID Woman Auxiliary and Al Alttir
ttir Alttir Guild Moeting.
St Paul's Church
rho Vett Lemuel Shirley, Rector
The Rev. Carlton D. Morales, Amt.
41:00 ant Holy Conununlon
9-00 am Sung Eucharist Sormon
10:41 a ot Mornins Prayer and Churelt
12:00 noel Holy Baptism
7:00 wan Solomn Vespers
(held it Bundling 131)
1:30 cm Holy Communion
120 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
a:00 a m Holy Communion
7:00 Um. Evening Prayer
THURDAYtt AND FRIDAYS
5:30 HOP COMMUMOD
COO am. Holy COMMUMMI
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer. Racier
The Km Henry A. Blake, Amistant
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. nolmtn Evensong & Sennett
1:30 am. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and &mien
10:10 cm Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
1:40 am. Morning Prayer
1:00 a.m. Holy 'Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer & Addrese
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
1:00 p.m. Zombie Prayer
9:00 a.m. Children'a Eucharist
1:10 a.m. Homing Proyor
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:00 OM. Evening Prayer
1:20 p.m. Offico of Complins.
' 1110 ABAJO
St. Christopher's Chore"
10th Street, Tarsus Leterre
The Soo Clamors W. Mayes
' Pries lo Charge
The lov. Clarence A. ersilwelL
S:00 aim Rely Communism
T:20 isra. Sung Surhariet anti Ilkomett.
11". Ifornina Prove mit Mirth
0 SO nom Holy Baptism,
I:30 pm, Immoong and Smarm
1130 p.m. 1st and PIA Woman's Attal AttaltuysDAYS
tuysDAYS AttaltuysDAYS nary.'
0.1m uotOr Daughters Ste
pra, Youth TeDemahlp.'
, 1S0 Itolg Coeueutgask
lee eft- tvenine ProYnr and Religion.
rHuttsDAys s ir'
S:00 to m Girls friendly Society.
slAtlikPetLYkll an'd Srt Singlethns.
ISO SAL Junior Contirmetion Clam
CHURCH Of nib itAZASSNit
gps vraugipans at. Anew, c.Z.
gee. tinier 0 Nebo. honor
8" air &atolls' C2' .. flo v1:0-2602
Worehlo Service ...... ... 10,:45 om
CHURCH OP 1111 hAZAM21111
14a frangipani St Anew, C.Z.
Rev. timer 0 Nelsen. Pastor
Sox 311 Balboa. C.Z. ret 2-2103
Sunday School 10:45 11431
Worship Service ...... 10.45 a m
Youth Service 1:45
Hvangellatie Service :30 OM
Prayer Serviee. Wed. 1:30 p.m
Simdayi 1 stm Panama Wesley
" 10:30 CM Sunday School.
" 1:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
Suntay 710itam a lac
J11 PParraaiso Sunday School.
1:15' p.m. Paraise Evangelical
' METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. 19th-9 a.m. Rev. Victor
John WILI1011 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Monday. Oct. 30th-1:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 1:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl ford.
Tuesday. Oct 21st-7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:30 p.m.Choir Practice.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mount Hope. Canal Zone
(across from Mt. Hops RR Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Paster
Ron 5019 Margarita. CZ.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wad. 740 Pm.
NATIONAL eArnst CHURCH
Panama LP. 1111rd !Drool East
Kee lb N Brew& glintater
Divine Worship a:30 man
Sunday Scheid 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Mamie 7. 7:45 11;43
Rio Alnico. LP.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Mastings Thursdays st 7;30 pm. and
Sundays al 4.06 pm Win idamoriat
806 Balboa Road Balkans
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAV SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Prieathood Meeting. Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting, SundaY 1:00 nal.
Relit Society, Tuesday 9'00 a.m.
MIA: Wedneaday 7:30 P.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School, Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU raffrasTatrr CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church
Milton K Laidig. Mhtister
Phone Res 13-7116 OL 13-5105
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
IA class tor every age)
Mornint Worship II:00 cm
Youth Fellowship II:00 p.m
Eevening Worshin 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise Med.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey in provided.
OW CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
113th At Went No 1
Holy itucharist: Sunday a) 30 cm.
Tuesdays., Wedneedays anti Thurvidan
Sserameni at Unction (Heeling See.
vice) First Stmdsv sects month
Steunt Ilatitsit. Christian Chorea
Panama a. I'
at Rev 'V. Ames D. Ls. illehog
Morning devotion COI i
Fellowship Worship 11:00 s
Sundae School 11:00 c
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLT MISSION
8104 Sth, and J. Aroaemena, Colo
Memorial Service 10:00 em.
Sunda School 3:00 p.m.
Bible Lecture 7:30 p.m.
Adult Bible Close 1:30 Pm.
be Vint Street
Urbantreaten IC Carman. attamt City
informai Talks imd Discussions
Thursdays 120 pa.
Celan, Sib dr heat Striate
(ordain American Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursdays. 120 paw
ISTREL MISSION CIFUSCII
Roma labs St.. Faraiso. C.Z.
Rev Walden 1111. Stewart, taster
Sunday: 11:00 a.m; Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
1:16 p.m. Gospel Ureic.
Monday: 1:30 Toting P0031011 So tuty
Wadnesday: 740 blid-week C an
Thursday: COO Choi. Rehearsal.
friday: 7:30 Womenta Missionary So
CHURCH Or CHRIST
ISM & Bolivar Ave., Cristbal. CS.
Ray O. Wright Evangelist
sclirmutz of? SERVICES
Bible Classes 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship and
Commtmion 11:00 cm.
Evening Worship 1:30 p.m.
Herald et Truth
HOE S:45 S:15 am.
Mid-Week Bible Study 7:30 PM.
Questions and MISW41111 1:111
You will receive a warm welcome st
each of our services.
CHURCH OF GOD
Foreign PAission Dept. Hdiztra.:
CHURCH OF GODBalboa, CZ.
Wirz Memoria Bldg.
806 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamboa 428
Sunday Service 11:00 cm.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m.
Zvangeliatic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Parable, C.S.
No. 4 Pamlico Road
Information: Phone Para iso 633
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m.
Itvangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Rio Alta ?mit.
15th Street. Parque Letevre
Striday Service 11:00 sm.
Stmday School 1:00 prn.
Rvangelistic 1:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD
No. 4-144. 17th Street
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:10 a.m.
Evanplistie 1:80 P.M.
CHURCH Or COD Gott:motile, Pin.
Trans Isthmian Highway, Gatuncillo
Sunday School and
Morning Servics 11:00 sm.
Wang Ostia 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Santa Rita, Pont.
Trans Isthmian Highway. Santa Rita
Sunday Scho01 and
Aborting Service 11 noon
rvangeliotie'. 1:00 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD Cativ Partant8
Transtothmian Highway. ativi
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 am.
lying Ratio 1;00 prn.
01013101 0, GOD Ce 110,, ?anus
fith Street neer Me lend's Ave.
- Sunday Seheel sad
Morning Service 101,0 e.m.
Diablo Heights, CZ.
Box 1008, Diablo Heights, CZ.
Phones: Home Balboa 3237
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Wershipi Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service COO p.m.
Friday: Bible StudY 7:00 p.m.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road al Wight Street
Rev. Robert F. Gum sick Pastor
11.0 Boa 066. Balboa.
.flunday School. Bible Clam am.
Divine Service 10:15 am
Holy Coumiunion. lira Sunday of the
Coco Solo Chapel
Mr. Prederiek S. Miele. Vicar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
- Holy Communion. last Sunday of the
Jearian eller' board Bld 1102-X La
Sue asw, Balboa CZ ftrbtil Nathar
Servie s Itribay 1:30 p.m Kamm"
(See 110.0 hatillIP Ot Jewish tervier
under poets Basal and Stationa
CA:ingrown Kol Shearltb Was Ave
oicia Cilba and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Ploamt City Services 8:00 pm
Posts and Bases
Junior ChurchSunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10 .00
Church-time Nursery School 10 :00
Fellowship Hour 11:00
Sunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10 .30
Sunday School 9 :00
Morning Worship 10 :30
Youth Fellowship 6 ;30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School .. 9 :30
Morning Worship ....... 11:00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Sunday School (Bldg. 126 1 9 'On
Morning Worship 10 15
Youth FellowshipSunday 7 :GO
kLBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ..... 9 :30
Moriting Worship 9 :30 8s 10 :45
Youth Fellowship 8 :30
Adult Bible ClassMonday 7 :30
Young People's Instruction
Tuesday 6 :30
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9 :00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Daily Mau 4:1b
Sunday Masses 8:30 & 11:30
Confessiorui Saturday 6:30
Daily Maas 6:15
Sunday Masses 8 :00, 2:15 & 11:45
Confessions Saturday 6:00 & 7 :30
Catechism ClasiiWednesday 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass ..9 :30
Daily Mass 6:00
Saturday Mass 7 :00
Sunday Mau 8:30
Ccmfessions Saturday 7 :Oki 8:00
Sunday Mass 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE SASE
Daily Mass 6 :00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7 :45 & MOO
Sunday Mass (Spanish) 7 :00
Novena Services Tuesday 7 :00
Confeuions Saturday 7:00
Fort Kobbe Saturday
Albrook Air Force Saturday
Daily Mao 4:30
Saturday Mass 11:30
Sunday MASSett 910 & 9:30
Confessions Saturday 12:00 12:30
8:30 7 :30
Weekly Services in all churches
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11 :00 a.m.
Youth'. Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7 110 mm
Pacifie Side Panamit
Pastor P.R. Archbold Tel. 21-3-3190
Cabe Verde. Ave. J.F. de le Oise No.
Chorrillo 25th. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo St. between 3rd
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abajn llth St. No. 27
Gamboa and Frijoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 6-510
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacifle Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncede Tel. 28-3-
Panama. Calle DITIOn No. 3.
Pedregal & MAN() Gterarc
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Criatobal English 16th lig Rafter
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish lith & Bolivar
0144 Gavilan Road. Balboa Tel.
2-1359 & 2-3531.
Dad's Day Program
Minister of Government and
Justice Jose Dominador Dem is
scheduled to deliver the Father's
Day message on June 21 st the
annual program eponsored by
Aston Parchmen4 who return returnpri
pri returnpri recently from t the United
States following completion of
a four-year course at Xavier U University,
niversity, University, will be guest speaker.
The program thi year Is
scheduled for the Abel Bravo
School Gymnasium in Colon and
is free to the public.
Pianist Mrs. Clementine Martin,
will be featured as guest soloist,
Mrs. Cladia Mottle!. mezzo so soDram
Dram soDram Granville Barrow, bari baritone
tone baritone and Norman Brown Jr.
violinist. will also participate.
The Colon Bombem Band. di directed
rected directed by Lt. Reginald T. Pres Preseott
eott Preseott will render appropiate mu music
sic music during the presentation.
1 Mick 'icy Weds
I Commence Study
101 Panama tine
Representatives of the manage management
ment management consulting firm employed
by the Bureau of the Budget to
conduct a study of Panama Line
operations have arrived by plane
from the States.
The grotip is headed by Neil
Drake. partner in the firm of
Drake, Startzman, Sheehan and
Barclay, of New York, which was
engaged for the study and report.
Other representatives of the firm
are Robert M. Sutton, Paul Rosh Roshking,
king, Roshking, and A. L. Lowe.,
They are accompanied to the
Isthmus by William Wohlfeld.
the Bureau of the Budget. Both
Drake and Wohlfeld plan to be
here for only two or three days
to outline the course of study
here. The others will be here for
The group called at the office
of Gov. W. E. Potter soon after
their arrival for a discussion of
the work to be done here. they
have been assigned office space
in thp Administration Thiliding
and will be assisted by the Execu ExecutivP
tivP ExecutivP Planning Staff.
The consulting firm's represen representatives
tatives representatives have already spent some
time in the New York office of
the Panama Line. After complet completing
ing completing their work here, they will
visit the Haiti office.
The consultants were to visit
the Atlantic side today. They are
spending most of this week in
visiting various installations and
in orientation talks with operat operating
ing operating personnel.
131 Ilv Graham Off
For MAcrow- lia(
Tea With Omen Liz
LONDON (UPI)Billy Graham
leaves for Moscow today after a
short London visit climaxed by
tea with Queen Elizabeth -- "one
of the loveliest women in the
The evangelist was received by
the Queen and her husband it
was Prince Philip's 38th birthday
at Buckingham Palace for tea
and a chat Wednesday.
"It was all tether wonderful,"
he said afterward. "My invitation
in fact came about two months
ago while I was in Australia. I
didn't know it was Prince Phil Phillip's
lip's Phillip's birthday until I read about
it in We newspapers. That made
it even more an especial' honor."
Graham first met the Queen in
1955, when he was invited to
preach at the royal family's pH pHvate
vate pHvate chapel in Great Windsor
Park, near Windsor Castle.,
"I thought the Queen looked
very beautiful," he said. "In fact
I think she is one of the loveliest
women in the worldeven more
beautiful than the last time I saw
her in 1955."
Graham said he told the Queen
and Philip about his recent tour
of Australia and of "the true
religious revival" taking place
"They were very interested."
he added. "You can sav our talk
centered on religionand the up upsurge
surge upsurge of spiritual feeling which is
taking place here."
Graham and his wife have been
in London since Saturday.
"I am off to Moscow as a
tourist just to look around, so we
spoke about that," he said. "I
know there are thousands of
Christian neorile in the Soviet
Union as there are everywhere."
Graham said that the Queen
serves "really good English tea
plenty of sandwiches And cakes.
and tea out of very large cups."
To Re Do !limed
By End Of June
LONDON (UPI)Home Secre Secretary
tary Secretary R. A. Butler told the House
of Commons yesterday that atom
spy Elaus Fuchs will be released
from prison by the end of June
and will be free to go behind the
Fuchs. 4, was convicted in
March 1950 of betraying Western
atomic secrets to the Soviets and
sentenced to 14 years imprison imprisonment.
ment. imprisonment. The German born physi physicist
cist physicist who became a Briton by nat naturalization
uralization naturalization was then working at
Britain's top-secret Harwell Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Research Center.
Butler told Commons that Fuchs
wfll qualify for release in about
two weeks with time off for good
behavior. Fuchs is serving his
term at Wakefield PriS011, about
180 miles north of London.
Asked whether Fuchs will be
permitted to leave Great Bntain,
Butler pointed out that the scien scientist
tist scientist was stripped of his Briti3h
naionality after his conviction.
"It will not be for the govern governrment
rment governrment to determine where he shall
live after his discharge from prig prigon,"
on," prigon," Butler said.
The secretary said Fuchs had
been out of touch with nuclear
stfork for the past 10 years. Th.,
scientist has been teaching simple
mathematics' and advanced phys physics
ics physics to other convicts at Wakefield.
"Any knowledge he may hive
once had is out of date in view
of the vast developments which
have taken place in that field in
the last 10 years," Butler added.
Pressed for assiirances tha t
Fuchs' services will not be given
to the Communists, Butler re replied:
plied: replied: "I can not extend any in inthence
thence inthence as far as that."
He said that Fuchs, as an alien,
theoretically could be refused per permission
mission permission to leave Britain.
Fuchs told newsman last No November
vember November that he planned to go to
Communist East Germany where
hi hfis been offered a 84,000 a
year teachingjob after his release
from prison. His father lives in
;.:::::4,... '- :
AWARD FOR AMADOR UNIT Col. Percy H. Larnin left,
cnairman of the 1959 Person-to-Person Saving Bond C....wass,
presents a citation to Col. H. E. Schrecengost,' commanding of
ficer of the Security Service Detachment, Fort Amador, tor
the unit's outstanding record in the canvass. The detachment,
first unit in the Panama Area to report better than 85 per
cent participation in the drive, was awarded the Cornmander's
Savings Bond Citation. Of the eligible personnel, 89.3 signed
up for the payroll savings plan.---(Army Photo)
Before-Birth Environment Studies
Important Say Medical Scientists
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UPI)--
A pane' ot ineijkal scientists
heard it suggested that the things
that can happen to people before
birth might be the most import important
ant important events of their lives.
The suggestion was made by
Dr. A. S. iNorris of the State Uni University
versity University ot Iowa. When scienca
knows more than it knows now, he
said, the obstetrician will be able
to practice preventive psychiatry
in behalf of the unborn. In fac..
he will be "the first line of de defense
fense defense against mental illness," Nor Norris
ris Norris said.
The panel discussion was a fea feature
ture feature of the annual meeting of the
American Medical Association. It
called attention to the usually ig ignored
nored ignored fact that we all live ap approx,mately
prox,mately approx,mately nine months before
our lives begin officially.
Norris thought it a pity science
has paid so little attention to the
influences of people's before-birth
environments while.making, elabo elaborate
rate elaborate studies of how after-birth en environments
vironments environments mold people into what
they are, good and bad.
He pointed to the situations in
Intolerable' By US
Chamber of Commerce urged
Congress yesterday to demand
that Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy use his authority to wipe
out "unhealthy and intolerable,"
interservice rivalry over missiles.
The chamber charged that Mc McElroy
Elroy McElroy has virtually ignored his
power to act. It said it was un to
Congress to see that he curtails
development of duplicating weap weapons
ons weapons and over-lapping, in "a dozen
or more support-type activities."
The chamber made the recom recommendations
mendations recommendations in a statement to a
Senate defense appropriations sub subcommittee.
committee. subcommittee. It urged the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee to go along with House
cuts in Presideni, Eisentower's
defense budget and to make fur further
ther further reductions it said would not
"Congress ha sbarely scratched
the surface insofar as savings op opportunities
portunities opportunities are concerned," t h e
It did not cite specific inter interservice
service interservice rivalaries it said stemmed
from competition "for dnomina dnomination
tion dnomination of the major missille and anti antimissile
missile antimissile programs and the budgets
that go with them."
Your Wedding Day and
the Day You Accept Christ
Those Art Important
Days Indeed! '
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8:20 & 10:40 "MAN VS. GOD"
When does a man fight against God? nip longest Bible account
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CHILDREN'S CHAPEL 10:40 Rev. ELTON VICKERS.
9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ales)
Bible teacning with a challenge?! Not Just so mucIt information
end interesting stories: but every lawn is related to your life
end collo for decision to walk closer with the Lord. The entire
farnily receives a ehallenla.
6:30RAFTIST TRAINING UNION
Church training is for the entire family ht the deparbrients
there's a place for you.
7:30"NEW HEAVEN'S AND NEW EARTH"
God never does anything half-way the only STUrtirtir to this Un Unstained
stained Unstained earth is a new one the closing chapter', of Revelation
tell about it.
Rev. Joe Springer Solos and Testimony
Don't miss Me last appearance.
MISSION MINDED GOSPEL PREACHING
which before-birth environments
rob after-birth environmentc of
most if not all molding influence.
Some human beings die before
they are born. Others are born
mentally or physically defective.
The accent was on the bad, of
course, because science is ignor ignorant
ant ignorant of the good' which before beforebirth
birth beforebirth environments create beyond
the fact that most people 14 birth
are quite normal.
But people are born with aston astonishing
ishing astonishing endowments of body and
mind, a's well as with defects, and
science has never been able to
show heredity is the FULL expla.
nation. Norris's complaint basical basically
ly basically was that the little which is
known points to the importance of
happenings in the before-birth en-:
vironments, and why don't Odell"
tistS get more facts?
He cited a number of examples..
One was the ability of German
measles in a woman during the:
first three months of pregnancy.
to so change the environment of
the unborn child that it could be'
born mentally' deficientor
But it presumably referred to
such incidents as the current feud
between the Army and Air Force
over their rival NikeHerctiles and
Bomarc anti-aircraft missiles.
The chamber said McElroy had
not used a portion of last year'S
defense reorganization act which
lave him power "to place under
one service or one agency any of
the many activities that are com common
mon common to two or more military de
The chamber also said that
"long-standing proposals for com combining
bining combining responsibility for medical
services, communications, finance
and other services are no closet
to accomplishment than they were
when the armed services were
"unified" 12 years ago.
The chamber said the t13,800,
000.000 military money bill at).
moved by the house last week,
plus cash voted in the past, was,-
adequate to maintain the nation's
defenses. The President had asked
for about 400 million dollars more.
The chamber conceded that the
measure, like all defense budgets,
"involve4 rerain carefull y
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Elton IP Welton. Anil Pastor
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World Champions Lose
Fourth Game To Lefty
To Drop To Sixth Place
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, June 18 (UPI) Take it from
Don Mossi the Yankees ain't what they used to be.
It took Mossi five years to beat
the Yankees four times with the
Cleveland lpdians but he did it for
the fourth time in a third of a sea season
son season last night when the Detroit Ti
gers dumped the world champions,
A result of no particular impor importance?
tance? importance? No, sir, if you saw Casey Stengel
storm around the Yankee dressing
room because once again his world
champions are below the .500-
mark. The old champs just don't
seem to be able to win the big one
anymore and no one is more hep
to the sad state than Stengel.
"We ain't going any place until
we get over that .500-mark," says
Stengel. "And we just don't seem
to be able to do it."
The Tigers scored two runs in
the second inning on three singles
and a double play ball and added
another in the third on a walk, a
steal and Charlie Maxwell's dou double.
ble. double. Bill Skowron drove home
Hector Lopez with the Yankees'
only run in the second.
The Kansas City Athletics beat
the Batton Red Sox, 3-1, in the on
ly other American League game
last night. In the National League,
- the Chica.:1,,) Cubs ripped the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves, 9-7, the Safi
cisco Giants downed the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phi Hies, 3-0, on a five-inning
no-hitter by Mike McCormick, the
Los Angeles Dodgers beat the
Pittsburgh Pirates, 9-6, and the St.
!Alois Cardinals scored a 10-inning
2-1 victory over the Cincinnati
The Tigers climbed into a tie for
third place with Baltimore and
knocked the Yankees into sixth
palce, four games out. Mossi, now
3-2 for the season, struck out five
and walked two. Jim Bronstad,
starting his first game for the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, yielded six hits am:11'0111m
runs in seven innings.
Harry Chiti's three-run fourth fourthInning
Inning fourthInning homer gave the Athletics all
their runs as Rip Coleman won his
,, second game with relief aid from
Tom Gorman and Tom Sturdivant.
Jackie Jensen had two hits for the
Red Sox? who are now eight games
Joanne Woodward in
"Rally Round the Flag Boys"
Hugh O'Brien in "Fiend Who
Walked The West"
-.-.--, 0 --.
out of first place in the A. L. cel cellar.
lar. cellar. Cleveland at Washington and
Chicago at Baltimore were rained
Ernie Banks and Lee Walls each
belted a homer ant4 drove in three
runs in the Cubs' victory over the
Braves which dealt Lew Burdette
his fifth defeat of the year.
John Buzhardt went 6 13 innings
to pick up his third win although
he needed help from Bill Henry in
the last 2 23 frames. Ed Mathews
hit his 21st and 22nd homers of the
year. Johnny Logan also homered
for the Braves.
McCormick struck out two and
walked only one in five innings,
yielded a washed-out single to
Richie Ashburn in the sixth and
gained his fourth win for the GI.
Hobie Landrith's two-run homer
was the big blow for the Giants a against
gainst against Jack Meyer. A terrific
downpour ended the game with the
Phil lies batting in the sixth.
Norm Larker singled with the
bases filled in the ninth inning to
nive the Dodgers their victory in a
three-hour and 35-minute mara marathon.
thon. marathon. Jim Gilliam had four hits
and a sacrifice fly for the Dodgers
as Danny McDevitt won his fourth
game and Benny Daniels suffered
his fifth defeat. Don Demeter hom homered
ered homered for the Dodgers.
George Crowe's sacrifice fly with
the bases filled in the 10th inning
drove in the decisive run for the
Cardinals as Lindy McDaniel pick picked
ed picked up his fourth victory and Tnm
Acker suffered his first loss. Ed
Bailey homered for the Reds.
(Based en 7 efivnore decisions)
'ace, Pirates 9 0 1.0
'odres, Dodgers 7 2 .7
,ntonelli, Giants 8 3 .7
lizell, Cards 7 3 .7
Ernves 6 3 .6
Shaw, White Sox
Wynn, White Sox
m. Orioles 9 0
Tigers 5 2
White Sox 5 2
White Sox 8 4
Yankees 6 3
Tigers 6 3
Indianq 6 3
Navy Lt. Cmdr. George Bell, a
leading figure in local bowling and
golfing circles, is scheduled to sail
aboard the SS Cristobal with.bis
family today for a new duty
assignment. The Rodman Naval
Station officer has been ordered to
the U.S. Naval Ordnance Supply
Office at Mechanicsburg, Pa. Dur During
ing During a two-year tour in the Canal
he has been the Navy's top
bowler and one of its best golf golfers
ers golfers in tournament play.
The B. P. O. E. Elks Lodge 1414
of Balboa will sponsor a four team
league during the summer recrea recreation
tion recreation program at the Balboa Gym Gymnasium.
nasium. Gymnasium. The personnel on the
teams is as follows:
A. Carroll, (Capt); Richard Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Jim Wilson, D. Dombrowsky,
Sam Rodriguez, Gene Frauenheim,
Tom Perantie, Eddie Corrigan.
Worden French, (Capt); Alan
Scott, Fred Roe, Fred Hall, Jack
De Tore, Joe Rodriguez, Lou Loin Loinbano,
bano, Loinbano, Jimmy Barnes.
Doug Pajak, (Capt.); Jack Pear Pearson,
son, Pearson, Lewis French, Charles Rager,
Fred Chase, Warren Ashton, Mike
Le Brun, Kenny Smith.
W. Engelke, (C a p t.); Russ
Frank Stewart, Edgar Hanson,
Timmy Corrigan, Bob Bowman,
Chuck Moses, Herschel' Dempsey.
Games will be played on Tues.
day and Wednesday nights, sun suning
ing suning time 6:30 p.m. for the first
game and a second game to fol follow
low follow the first. The schedule will bi
played in 2 halves with a Shaugh Shaughnessy
nessy Shaughnessy playoff at the end of the
season. The schedule for next
week will be:
Tuesday, June 16 7 p.m. Wolver Wolverines
ines Wolverines vs Ilawkeyes; 8 p.m. Badgers
Wednesday, June 17 7 p.m. Bad Badgers
gers Badgers vs Wolverines; 8 p.m. Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats vs Hawkeyes.
(Basal on 150 official at bats)
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 56 231 43 95 .411
Burgess, Pitts. 49 165 20 57 .345
Cepeua, S.F. 51 228 44 77 .338
White, St. L 49 167 25 56 .335
Mays, S.F. 55 218 49 72 .330
Pinson, Cin. 57 236 49 76 .322
Temple, Cm. 57 224 42 71 .317
Bruton, Mil. 48 177 31 56 .316
Logan, Mil. 50 170 22 53 .312
Demeter, L.A. 53 193 33 60 .311
Ka line, Det.
Wood ling, Balt.
AB R H Pct.
55 220 31 75 .341
55 220 75 .341
52 208 33 10 3:4
55 224 31 75 .335
SO 159 21 52 .327
55 197 20 62 .315
50 190 33 58 .105
47 178 38 54 .303
S5 221 40 66 .298
52 181 21 54 .298
41 151 23 45 .298
Runs Batted In
Killebrew, Senators 43
Skwrono Yankees 41
Jensen, Red Sox 39
Lopez, Yankees 38
Ka line, Tigers 38
THE ?mum AMERICAN AN minzrannarr mina
Mimi10 Bo:ri...f-pk..coring Wiii
Olier. Quiri:10.7rojtnortow 0.iii.i
Scrappy featherweight Roberto
Murillo, snubbed by Panama's
leading 126-pounders in his quest
for a bout in his, own class, is
bent on scoring a win over light lightweight
weight lightweight contender Jorge Quintero
in tomorrow night's feature at
the National Gym.
On his return from a succoss succossful
ful succossful tour of. Costa Rica and No Nocaragua
caragua Nocaragua a couple of months
back, Murillo triod futiloly to
got a match with 126-pound as aspirant
pirant aspirant Melvin Bourn, feather featherweight
weight featherweight king Josus Santamaria
and oven for an ovor-tho-wolght
scrap with top bantams mon monarch
arch monarch Edwin Sykos and Hector
Each of these boxers had his
own reason for passing up Muri Murillo,
llo, Murillo, who was left out in the cold
Surprisingly Large Field (11)
To Start in Belmont Stakes
By RAY AYRES
NEW YORK (UPI) The 91st
running of the $125,000 added Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Stakes drew a surprisingly
large field of 11 yesterday for its
richest renewal today but interest
centered on three horsesSword
Dancer, Royal Orbit and Black
If all of them start, the third of
the Triple Crown classics will
have itslargest field since 1954
when High Gun won in a field of
And if the 11 go to the post at
4:48 p.m. e.d.t. the mile and one onehalf
half onehalf endurance test will be worth
a total of $147,500 with a net
purse of $94,825 going to the win winner.
ner. winner. Sword Dancer, Royal Orbit,
Black Hills, Dunce, Bagda d,
North Pole 2nd, Scotland, Th e
Irishment, Joe's Mester and Lake
Erie shoot for that rich purse. But
A completely new water 'safety
progarm will be offered this sum summer
mer summer vacation in the Panama Canal
swimming pools for Canal Zone
boys and girls.
Classes in water safety will be
taught at the Schools Division's
pools by instructors who qualified
in a special course recently com completed
pleted completed by all pool managers, in instructors
structors instructors and life guards.
Children taking the water safe safety
ty safety courses will be given a number
of tests. For elch test successfully
passed they will be awarded red,
white and blue emblems which
were designed bv the Engineering
Division. The first of the water
saNy &asses will begin next week.
The refresher course in water
safety completed by the swimming
pool managers and instructors and
by the life guards was divided into
two parts. With the exception of
the personnel of the Rainbow City
poot, where the refresher course
was given eArlier than for the oth other
er other group, all pool personnel were
trained on the Pacific side of the
During the first part of the re refresher
fresher refresher course, Sgt. Peter Barr of
the Balboa Central Fire Station in instructed
structed instructed the group in resuscitation
and artificial resniration. FOr the
resuscitation work, he used the E
& portable resuscitator which is
stsndard equipment at the swim swimMind
Mind swimMind pools.
After this part of the refresher
- 0 --
with nary a payday to look for forward
ward forward to.
He brooded over this situation
until the Torres Brothers, promo promoiers,
iers, promoiers, asked him to sign up with
the heavier., taller Quintero. He
signed immediately and has his
heart set on a win to prove once
and for all that he can more than
hold his own in the lighter divi divisions.
sions. divisions. A victory, for Murillo would
hOost his stock dnd knock Quin Quintero
tero Quintero from the unofficial ranking
he holds as the main contender
for Horacio Ottis' 135-pound dia diadem.
dem. diadem. Quintoro, a Colonite, rose to
fop spot among filo lightweight
challengers by virtue of his
surprising one round kayo of
Tito Marshall, who had boom
him hvico in throw previous
Manassa Mauler, made a supple supplementary
mentary supplementary nomination at a cost of
$5,000, can win "only" $89,875.
Sword Dancer, a small but
dead-game colt owned by the
Brookmeade Stable, looms as fa favorite
vorite favorite to grab the rich purse. Aft After
er After finishing seond in three $100.-
000 rates to Easy Spur in the
Florida Derby, to Tomy Lee in
the Kentucky Derby, and to Royal
Orbit in the Preakness Stakes,
Sword Dancer finally scored ih
In that mile race, Sword Dance
earried 114 pounds. But that was
one more than is normal for a
three-year-old running against old older
er older horses, He must, as all the
other Belmont Stakes starters,
shoulder 126 pounds in a race in
which "the runoing only begins
New Water Safety Program
To Be Offered At P.C. Pools
course was completed, the swim swimming
ming swimming pool personnel met at the
Balboa pool for instruction in ap approaches
proaches approaches and carries, and the tests
ich will be given during the wa water
ter water safety program. They also dis discussed
cussed discussed some new approaches to
beginners', swimming and some
phases of competitive swimming
such as turns, strokes and starts.
The entire refresher course was
planned and given under th'e direc direction
tion direction of Ross 'Anderson of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa gymnasium.
At the Rainbow City pool, the
water safety refresher course was
taught by Larry Ames, swimming
instructor at Gatun. In that course
Harold Brown and Oscar Murrell,
teachers at the Rainbow City swim swimming
ming swimming pool, qualified.
The swimming pool personnel
who completed the course given on
the Pacific side were: Aloha
Baumbach, Balboa pool; Virginik
Favorite, Coco Solo pool; Brian
Cox, Gamboa Pool; Alice Left Leftridge,
ridge, Leftridge, Gatun Pool; Don Connor,
Gambao Pool; Francis Palumbo,
Coco Solo Pool; Edna Wilson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Pool; Olin McGill, Balboa
Pool; Jean Wainio, Gatun Pool;
Mary Roberts, Balboa Pool; Luke
Palumbo, Gatun Pool; Dave In Ingram,
gram, Ingram, Coco Solo Pool; Louis De Dedeaux,
deaux, Dedeaux, Margarita Gym; John Mo Moses,
ses, Moses, Gamboa Pool; Pat Bailey, Co Coco
co Coco Solo Pool: Ross Anderson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gym; June Fattorosi, Coco
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Double Feature Program!
"Hell Canyon Outlaws"
and "PANAMA SAL"
Sun. "St. Louis Blues"
Sun. "The Tunnel of Love"
"WAR OF TnE
'The Old Man and The Sea"
GAMBOA 1:15 I GATUN 7:00
"HOT SPELL" 1"King of the Wild Stallions"
Sun. "Hot Spell"
A 1:30 3:50 0:10 8:30
Also Showing SUNDAY and MONDAY
Camp Ward 7:001
"MA AND PA
encounters, In. Colon t r
If he is able.to put it over his
smaller, but more experienced ri-1
val, he plans to demand a shot at
title in his next outing.
The weight limit for tomorrow's
go is 134 pounds, which is more
or less Quintero's natural. fight fighting
ing fighting poundage. But Murillo, who whois
is whois at his best at around 126, is
not expected to to come up to
more than 131 pounds.
In the six-round semifinal Ro Rodoff
doff Rodoff Ampudia and Constantino
Diaz, who battled to a draw the
only time they met about two and
a half months ago, go at each oth other
er other again at a weight limit of 118
Two four-rounders round out
the card. General admission is
$1. Curtain time is 8:30.
when it is all over in theKentucky
Derby and Preakness."
Willie Shoemaker rides Sword
Dancer, tabbed a 6-5 favorite in
the overnight line, in hopes of
gaining his second Ilelmont tri triumph.
umph. triumph. Shoemaker won with Gal Gallant
lant Gallant Man two years ago when Gal Gallant
lant Gallant Man set an American record
of 2:26 3-5 for the mile and one onehalf.
half. onehalf. Royal Orbit, the pride and
joy of Mrs. Halina Braunstein,
shapes up as second choice at 2-1.
After finishing fourth in the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby, this young giant
romped to an easy four-length
victory in the Preakness but only
a week ago lost prestige with a
third place finish in the Peter Pan
Handicap. Royal Orbit carried
127 pounds in that mile and one oneeigth
eigth oneeigth prep and thus drops one
pound while all his rivals pick up
weight from recent races.
ARCARO ON BLACK HILLS
Willie Harmatz rides Royal Or Orbit
bit Orbit while Eddie Arcaro rides
Black Hills, the third choice at
Arcaro already has won the Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Stakes six times. He can
break a tie with Jim McLaughlin
ler the all-time riding record if he
can win with .131ack Hills, who
earned a starting berth in the clas
sic by winning the Peter Pan.
It was the first stakes victory
for Black Hills, just as the tri triumph
umph triumph in the Peter Pan was the
first for High Gun, who also
sported the browr. and white silks
of the King Ranch. Black Hills
carries 13 pounds more than he
did a week ago.
Howard B. Keck's Bagdad, sec second
ond second in the Peter Pan, looms as
best of the others. Bobby Ussery
rides at 12-1. Clairbone Farm's
Dunce, a disappointment in the
Triple Crown races thus far, was
15-1 with Manny Ycaza riding.
The others all were outsiders.
A warm, sunny day was fore forecast
cast forecast and a crowd of 35,000 expected.
Suspends T. Nolan
At a special meeting held by the
Pacific board of the Isthmian Do Domino
mino Domino League at Paraiso. Canal
Zone, for the purpose of airing
charges against the Commissioner,
The following resolutions were
adopted by the members of the
Suspended Comlnissioner T. No Nolan
lan Nolan indefinitely from his office.
Withdrew recognition of the of office
fice office of Commissioner for an indef indefinite
inite indefinite Period.
Abolished the Pacific Board.
Apnointed A. Boyce of the Lour Lourdes
des Lourdes Club, as custodian of funds and
Scheduled a meeting for June 15.
at 7 p.m. sharp at Paraiso. Canal
Zone for the sole purpose of reor reorganizing
ganizing reorganizing a new league.
Requested all clubs and groups
who are interested in the sport of
Domino to attend this meeting.
Encouraged the Atlantic side
board members to be present.
Under no condition will Nolan
represent, transact or carry out
any business activity in the name
of the Pacifie Board of, the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Domino League.
The following clubs were pres present:
ent: present: Whippers, Hawka. Lourdes.
Hornets, Melbourne, Calidonia and
the Pioneers who abstained from
with Eleira Quintana
with Maria Victoria
TEAMS W Pct. GB
Milwaukee. 33 23 J89
San Francisco. 33 25 .569 1
Los Angeles 31 27 .534 3
Chicago 30 28- .517 4
Pittsburgh 29 29 'JO 5
Cincinnati 27 30 .474 VA
St. Louis 23 32 .418 912
Philadelphia 21 33 .389 11.
Milwaukee at Chicago
Los Angeles at PittsOurgh
San Fco. at PhiladelPhia 01)
Cincinnati at St. Louis
Milwaukee 001 000 501-7 11 0
Chicago 330 102 00x-9 15 1
Burdette (9-5), :rrowbridge, Gig Giggie,
gie, Giggie, Hartman, McMahon and
Buzhardt (3-2), Henry and S.
San Francisco 100 02-3 5 0
Philadelphia 000 00-0 0 1
McCormick (4-5) and Landrith..
Meyer (4-3) and Thomas.
(Called on account of rainY
Los Angeles 001 220 103-9 17 2
Pittsburgh 003 030'000 6 13 0
Drysdale Klippstein, Fowler,
Labine, Williams, McDevitt (4-6),
Erskine and Pignatano, Rose Rosebort).
bort). Rosebort). Haddix, Blackburn, Jackson,
Daniels (3-5), Smith, Face and
Cincinnati 010 000 000 0-1 4 3
St. Louis 100 000 000 1-2 4 0
Lawrence, Acker (14) Brosnan
and Bailey, Dotterer.
Broglio, McDaniel (4-8) and H.
The Isthmian championshp match
played at Mount Hope last Sub Subday
day Subday between Surrey C.C. and Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso C.C. resulted in a draw as
the visitors scored 112 runs while
Surrey replied with 111 for the
loss of six wickets.
Getting off to a disastrous start,
the Pacific side champions lost
three wickets before a run s-mred,
when batsmen Luke, Jackman
and Bruton, quickly succumbed to
the wiles of bowler C. De Souza.
Meanwhile, L. "Rowdy" Brown
played defensively, and was 0.-fly
responsible for his club's bril brilliant
liant brilliant recovery as partnered with
A. Blades, who contributed 18
runs, and later, L. Scantlebury, he
defied the efforts of the opposing
trundlers before being run-out at
Scantlebury fearlessly attacked
the bowling, and proved to be the
principal run-getter with 46 runs
undefeated, to his credit.
The wickets fell: 1 for 0, 2 tor 0,
3 for 0, 4 for 22, 5 for 29, 6 for 31,
7 for 41, 8 for 107, 9 for 107, and
10 for 112. The successful Surrey
bowlers were: A. Hewitt 1 for 18,
C. DeSouza 3 for 40, H. Mignott Mignott2
2 Mignott2 for 15, R. Waterman 1 for 11,
and G. Carrrington 2 for 6.
Surrey opened its innings at
4:35 p.m. and Immediately start started
ed started a race with the clock for runs
as Carrington and M. Grannum
punished the bowling. Carrington
lost his wicket with the score at
49. The second wicket fell at 55,
and the third at .62.
Alfred "Rip'' Shoy here joinmi
Grannum and provided some lus lusty
ty lusty hitting which carried the score
to 104 runs. Shoy contributed 28,
and Grannum notched 51 not out
when at approximately 8:20 p.m.
the game was called with the
Surrey club lacking just two runs
to obtain the victory.
The Paraiso Club's bowlers
were: A. Luke 0 for 11, A. Shan Shan1
1 Shan1 for 11, G. Bruton 0 for 10, A.
Williams 1 for 32, and C. Cox
2 for 32.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI)--Ace
defensive halfback Bobby Dillon
struck a serious blow at the Green
Bay Packers' rebuilding plans
Wednesday by annOuncing he will
retire from professional football to
go into business.
Dillon, 29, decided to quit after
he had signed his 1959 contract to
play his eighth season for the
ALI RABA AND THZ
with Jon Hall
The White Savage
with Marla Montes
IATUDAY, MINK X3;191
I W Pct. GI
k 31 24 .564 Vit"
nd 28 24 .538 Pia'
kro 21 26 .527 g;
29 26 .527 24
City 26 26 '.500 tga;
ork 26 17 .491 4
gton 24 3T 436 14
, 23 n .418 IV"
Chicago at Baltimore
Cleveland at Washington
Kansas City at Boston
Detroit at New York .1,1;
Detroit 021 WO 000-3 7 ei
New York 010 000 000-1 610,0
Mossi (5-2) and Berberet.
Bronstad (0-1), Duren and Barra.
Kansas City 000 300 000-3 3 0
Boston 000 000 020-2 6 0'
Coleman (2-4), Gorman, Stur-Adivant
F. Sullivan (3-5), Monbouquette, '
Fornieles and White, Daley, IL
Chicago at Baltitnore
Cleveland at Washington
with 'Jeff Chandletr
NEW YORK, June 13(UPI)--
Carlos Ortiz, brand new junior welt
terweight champion, yelle& todi",LL
f r a shot at the lightweight croWit---
after he finishes July maneuverr"
with the National Guard.
Swarthy, woll-built, Ortiz of
New York and Puerto Rico won ''
the revived junior welter titio:
last night on a second-round tech:.
nical knockout over southpaw"'
Kenny Lano at Madison Square
Ga rden. nt 1 im
A right smash between the eyes
cut such a deep, bloody gash at trr.,.:
inside corner of Lane's right brow ::
that the scheduled 12-rounder was
stopped between the second and ::
third rounds. That's a second-
round TKO under rules of the New ::
York State Athletic Commission. :
The one-and one ouarter inch :
gash required 10 stitches at Pol3Tr"
Ortiz, 22. had floored sandy-halt
ed Kenny for a count of four ,with
a right to the chin earlier in trle
second session of this first
fight for the synthetic 140-pound
crown in nearly 13 years.
The victory not only gave Carina
the resurrected title but it avenge.
a Dec. 31 defeat by Lane at Mialpi
Beach and it made Ortiz. ton
tender for Joe Brown's lightweight,",
When theY Went into the ring ,a,t,
"even money" last night for their
nationally televised and broaricast.,.,
bout, Lane of Muskegon.
was ranked first among
weiffht contenders: Ortiz. second. v,;.,
Kenny, 27, scaled 140
ozactly the junior waiter
Carlos registered 139 14; but he
said todav, "I was too heavy. I
fiqht bitter around 135. I'm a anatural
natural anatural lightweight."
A staff. sergeant in the National':
Guard. Ortiz will be on maneuverS
from July 11 to 26. After that he";
wants a shot at the lightweight tiii4rf
"No, I'm not committed to 11'"'
junior wetierweight defense ,ita
oainst Minn Loi of Italy on Aug.
21." he declared. "I don't know
where 4h Garden got that
fight Brown. and then I'll give-r!
Lane a return fight if he wants IV'
Lane. who claimed his brew cut7.
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FFNFR 14claiDITALIZES CAREY
NEW VO'RE WEI) Third ha. ,rt
semen Andy tare? of the Newt Newtvork
vork Newtvork Yankees is in Lenox TIPP -1
nosoltal to recuperate from .1
fever caused bY Arm
cli..n.i.c, 11.:0,,:p-sitantir uzie quarter
gash required 10 stitches st Pio 1neYhr::
Ortiz 22. had floored sandy-halt
ed Kenny for
The others all were outsiders.
, a right to the
1-c-ats vs Hawkeyes.. Division. The first of the water instructor at Gatun. In that cours-e
, sunny day was fore foreachcionunt
achcionunt foreachcionunt of four with
ai erlile4roipnoutnhue ''''.
o 35,000 expect. 3troundlers before being run-out at
TODAY 1 60c. 30c. TOMORROW I -- -- safety &asses will begin next week. Harold Brown and Oscar Murrell,
The refresher course in water teachers at the Rainbow City swim- caAst awnadrma crowd f
second session of this first title 'F'
fight for the syntheet 1
LEADING safety completed by the swimming ming pool, qualified.
Pool managers and instructors and The swimming pool personnel ed.
Domino League Scantlebury fearlessly -attacked
the bowling and proved to be the
-, .'' by the life guards was divided into who completed the course given on principal run-getter with 46 runs
i .;' 7:00 Dnol7E-DLI 9:00 HITTERS two parts. With the exception of the Pacific side were: Aloha undefeated, to his credit.
the resurrected title but it avengett.
the personnel of the Rainbow City Baumbach, Balboa pool; Virginia
' crown in nearly 13 years. ,,, ..
a Dec. 31 defeat by Lane at Mialpi,,,, 1
, poot, where the refresher course Favorite, Coco Solo pool; Brian ,,,,,
WEEKEND ATTRACTION! (Basal on 150 official at bats) was given earlier than for the oth- Cox, Gamboa Pool; Alice Left- Suspends T. Nolan 3 Toh;o7i4,,,,,erts3f3e,iis, fior,73,0,62fotror310:
The victory not only gave Carlos
Beach and it made Ortiz. ton con....
. tender for Joe Brown's lightweight,",
er group, all pool personnel were ridge, Gatun Pool; Don Connor, 7 for 41, 8 for 107, 9 for 107, and
' ,, ...,
National League trained on the Pacific side of the Gambao Pool; Francis Palumbo, 10 for 112. The successful Surrey
',1 '' mit Dv As Commissioner
Isthmus. Coco Solo Pool; Edna Wilson, Bat- bowlers were: A. Hewitt 1 for 18,
' G AB R H Pct. During the first part of the re- boa Pool; Olin McGill, Balboa
limn)! INGRID' Aaron, Mil.. 56 231 44 95 All fresher course, Sgt. Peter Barr of Pool; Jean Wainio, Gatun Pool; C. DeSouza 3 for 40, H. Mignott
2 for 15, R. Waterman 1 for 11,
''; Burgess, Pitts. 49 165 20 57 .345 the Balboa Central Fire Station in- Mary Roberts, Balboa Pool; Luke When they Went into the rine AL,
, .1 tR,ANT , 51 2.28 44 77 338 structed the group in resuscitation Palumbo, Gatun Pool; Dave In- At a special meeting held by the and G. Carrrington 2 for 6.
"even money" last night for their
Cepeua, S.F. Pacific board of the Isthmian Do Do1
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:ERGmAN White, SI, L mino League at Paraiso. Canal Surrey opened its Innings at nationally televised and broadcasto,
:4 49 167 25 56 -335 and artificial resniration. For the gram, Coco Solo Pool; Louis De Deresuscitation
resuscitation Deresuscitation work, he used the E deaux, Margarita Gym John Mo- Zone, for the Purpose of airing 4:35 p.m. and ,immediately start- bout, Lane of Muskegon. Mich,,,,::.
Mays, S.k. 55 218 49 72 .330
ed a race with the clock for runs was ranked first among lieht-,..
fr,, Pinson, Cin. 57 236 49 76 .322 & J portable resuscitator which Is ses, Gamboa Pool; Pat'Baile
standard equipment at the swim- co Solo Pool: Ross AndersonY, 'BCa1-- charges against the Commissioner,
as Carrington and M. Grannum weiffht contenders: Ortiz. second.
Temple, Cm. 51 224 42 71 .317 Theodore' Nolan.
Bruton, Mil. 48 177 31 56 .316 mind onts
n boa Gym; June Fattorosi, Coco punis
hed the bowling. Carrington Kenny, 27, scaled 140 gouruts,k-m,
I' 50 170 22 53 .312 The following resolutions were
lost his wicket with the score at oxactly the junior woltor limit,,
,... After this part of the refresher Solo Pool. adopted by the members of the
INDiscREET Logan, Mil.
Demeter, L.A. 53 193 33 60 .311 board: 49. The second wicket fell at 55, Carlos registered 139 14; hut he ,-
,4 and the third at 82. said facial', "I was too heavy. I ,,,.
American League SERVICE CENTER TEHATERS TODAY lansu
ficght bitter around 135. I'm a---
Alfred "Rip'' Shoy here OinP111 natural lightweight." P .9
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..'e Withdrew recognition of the of ofG
G ofG AB R H Pct. fice of Commissioner for an indef indefloHDA0BuLbOle
loHDA0BuLbOle indefloHDA0BuLbOle tGrannum and provided some lus- A staff aergennt in the National'
Guard. Ortiz will be on maneuver
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,14,) 0 Kaline, Det.
Lopez, N.Y. 5505 220 31 75 .341
55 220 75 .341
52 208 33 10 3s: i
55 224 31 75 .335
159 21 52 .327
55 197 20 62 .315
50 190 33 58 .3b5 HTFeaSiure ProgrIml
"Hell Canyon Outlaws"
and "PANAMA SAL"
Sun. "St. Louis Blues"
, Spencer Tracy
"rhe Old Man and The Sea"
, 7:go inite neriod.
Abolished the Pacific Board.
Appointed A. Boyce of the Lour Lourdes
des Lourdes Club, as custodian of funds and
Scheduled a meeting for June 15.
at 7 p.m. sharp at Paraiso. Canal y hitting which carried the score
to 104 runs. Shoy contributed 28,
and Grannum notched 51 not out
when at approximately 6:20 p.m.
the game was called with the
Surrey club lacking just two runs
to obtain the victory. g I
from July 11 to 26. After that he";
wants a shot at the lightweight Bit 4f:
"No I'm not committed to l'"'
Junior' wetierwei ht d
g efense ,a,
oainst Minn Loi of Italy on Aug. ;,:.
,r.z,, Mantle, N.Y. 47 178 38 54 .303 Zone for the sole purpose of rem.. The Paraiso Club's bowlers 2" he declared. "I don't know
where 411P Garden got that idea,.
L'.. A,parkio, Chia. 55 221 40 66 .298 GAMBOA 1:15 GATUN 7:00 ganizing a new league. were: A. Luke 0 for 11, A. Shan Shan'
' Shan' I'll fight Brown. and then I'll give r!
' Phillips, Chit. 52 181 21 54 .298 "HOT SPELL"
I"Kin Wit a d all clubs and groups
g of the d St Mons" Requeste 1 for 11, G. Bruton 0 for 10. A.
Lane a return fight if he wants it," I
I 1 1,0 a 1, William, K.C. 41 151 23 45 .298 who are interested in the sport of Williams 1 for 32, and C. Cox
.0-'; .........-- San. "The Tunnel of Love" Sun. "Hot Spell" Domino to attend this meeting. 2 for 32. Lane. who claimed his brow cut -,
Encouraged the Atlantic side resulted from a head collision; .,
, ,.,- r ';!el f. 1 Runs Batted In
board members to be present. GREEN BAY, Wis. (IIPI)--Ace loudly demanded a "rubber match'
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I, 4 ot ou,-t,t, 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Under no condition will Nolan defensive halfback Bobby Dillon today. "I was lust getting wurm ) 1
,,- llog AIR-CONDITIONED
4,,,' Banks Cubs 61 BALBO transact or carry out struc er
represent, k a s lous blow at the Green ed up, and the fight shouldn't hava.t
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' Robinson, Reds 55 any business activ' y
it in the name Bay Packers' rebuilding plans been !donned," be said.
w;4:,'!tJ'') Aaron, Braves 53
of the Pacifie Board of, the Isth Wednesday by announcing he will ,,,,-
I ,S ' Itt 1 iltiv) Cepeda, Giants 50
1 4 8 Ian Domino League. retire from rofessional football to FFAfro i4c10DITALI2ES CAREY
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INN A t e S.
The o ow ng c u s were pres- go in o busin s NEW VOIIK (UPI) .-- Third ha. ,rt
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igil wm4ft,U1- A., ,i ent: Whinners, Hawks. Lourdes. DRon 29 decided to quit after seman Andy tare? of the Nettvt-.
, '"),!,:;,,J 1 Mathews, Braves 48 ,7. fr
Hornets, Melbourne, Calidonia and he had signed his 1959 contract to vork Yankees is in Lenox IMP"
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AMERICAN LEAGUE 41 the Pioneers who abstained from.play his eighth season for the TIosnital to recuperate from "a :
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CAPITOLIO VICTORIA , RIO -,,,
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Also Showing SUNDAY and MONDAY
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Cepeda, Giants 14 i i , ALI BABA AND THZ SIR GALAHAD tcyrruty mom!"
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s PARAISO 7:00 SANTA CRUZ Camp Bierd 7:00 ', FORTY THIEVES
INMORTAL APPOINTMENT with 91
'' 1' T 0 D A Y MIDNIGHT SHOW! AMERICAN LEAGUE "WAR OF TnE 7:00 Tarantula" and with Jon Hall
vrith Elvira Quintana EACH OTHER ', 't
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ANNE BAXTER in and "Man Without KETTLE ON i
Colavito, Indians 18 ROBACHICOS The White Savant ------ 1 FOX 'PAM!
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"BLUE GARDENIA" Allison, Senators 14 "Spy Chasers" A Star" VACATION"
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Water jet requires ,water only three inches deep traveiing
at-spoed It planes over stumps stnd snam negotiates rapids.
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Hyd,ro Jet Boat Opens
Remote Fishing Areas
By WM. TAYLOR McKEOWN
A. JET-POWERED family run runabout;
about; runabout; 16 feet long, fast, safe, ea easy
sy easy to handle and with remarka remarkablc'performance
blc'performance remarkablc'performance characterista
this, was the report.
We promptly sent a test skip skipper
per skipper to Indianapolis to get the
Jet-Propelled boats are not
new. -Ever sines Archintedes
tried out the principle in 250
BC. there have beew attempts
to harness this power. Donald
Camiyell'ujet Bluebird II trav traveled,
eled, traveled, 60 miles an hour.
A-, tinily jetthat can be safely
handled in local' harbors is some something
thing something else again. We were
Butlthe report aPpears to be
true, according to initial tests .of
the prototype boat. Originally
signed in New -Zealand for run running
ning running rapid0 this interesting craft
was noted there by, a US. scien scientist
tist scientist returnifig from the Antarctic.
Re brought back hie enthusiasm
to The States. The Buehler Turbo Turbocraft
craft Turbocraft Company, a 'division of the
Indiana) Gear Works,l-bas ), been
formed to produced thiii Mats in'
' While the first models will be
fiberglass runabouts, plans call
for -frit- line ranging eventually'
from,a2-foot-utilities to 40-foot,
Coming toward you, the Turbo Turboeraft.looks
eraft.looks Turboeraft.looks like a conventional
,runalput,. It is powered with a
standard automotive engine, but
This ia a belated confession. A
year:, ago We probably cost a lot
of people a lot of money on the
Belniont, lip for renewal ,tomor;
rowe,,We knew Tim. Tam,' odds on
favorite, was lame, yet clam clammecis
mecis clammecis up about it.
Stoll, we do have an allibi of
sorcS. Our information was second
hand. It came to us Iron) com competent
petent competent sources, three different
trainers, speaking for themselves,
a fourth, quoting still another,
namely Max Hirsch.
We had driven to the track rt
thir obscene hour of 6 tan. with
"oh-'Kelley, racing's master of
thcaoft sell, who deposited us at
the ailed row kitchen and then
fled.'". .doubtless for the hay.
Here is where you find train trainersMocks
ersMocks trainersMocks and grooms after the
Morning works, and on this occa occasion;
sion; occasion; with the Belmont only hours
Sway, the "Third jewel, in the Tri Tri,,
,, Tri,, pie' Crown," as the mile and a half
testifor three year olds is call callIld,.',:!ell
Ild,.',:!ell callIld,.',:!ell Appellation believed to
lave been inspired .by Prince TO TO'
' TO' Inanoff of Brooklyn, was a com common
mon common toPIC-.
Over inatutinal col f e e, the
Ore trainers, long time friends,
explained why, after- studying the
eoltiin trebling, they believed thel
Derby-Preekness winner had gone
,, wrong. Later, the same morning,
Byll'Veitch; C. V. Whiney trainer,
' relayed Hirsch's misgivings.
flat last port of call was the
,, Calumet barn. Here we found
Jimmy Jones.. astride a lead ,w ,winv.
inv. ,winv. reflectingly watching T 1 m
Tam, his coat silky sleek xnd lu luminous
minous luminous in the brilliantsuri, as he
nibbled clover grass. Jones de de,
, de, tiered. the rcolt fit, and ready.
Welue also known Jimmy for
yea,rs, and his void on racing
I,- ratters has always been. and
t., always' will be. .gdod enough
for -Lux', hence we made no zillu-,
' sion-.to what we'd heard.
' Riding back from 'the track, -We
' writatle0 with the ifillemme in
terMs bf what We should write.
01 resnect for the trainers, who
bit -faulted 'rim Tam, was equal.,
i' oss high Se .our esteem for
(Mee., They were not ,envious
Nada men: they had been asked
. 'a 'question and, had obliged with
, frank: professional appraisal.
",, 6nd yet no one could have
' Jr-hwit bis 'colt better than Jones.
P M,yenver,'1 Jones vas not the
.. ,. rr q ',ie.. ',Flury to e weluabh
v : rscing ,machine, add, after, all
this spins a water-pump turbine.
Watet is sucked through a keel
intakb and jetted from an outlet
in the transom. The bottom of
the boat is smoothno propeller,
rudder, struts or nozzle that
could catch on underwater snags.
This is the boat's special ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, Water three inches deep
is all that is necessary when the
hull is running up on plane. The
test skipper drove it over brush
and stumps, )umped logs that
were eight inches out of the wa water.
ter. water. Here is a craft that could open
up remote fishing areas where
normally you would damage a
propeller or go aground. It
makes possible running rapids
and white water no other craft
would dare approach.
Maneuverability is excellent.
Traveling at 30 miles an hour
the boat can turn within its own
length. ,pr,ovkling the driving
fun of h spOrts car. Slowed
down, it responds smoothly to
the controls and ba; ;,,ne of the
, steering troubles that have
Iplauged bydrb let craft In the
past. Pointing 'the water stream
steers thP eraft; squirting it for.
ward under the hull provides a
,simplo reverse without any shift shiftino
ino shiftino of Pears.
The Turbocrafts 16 sells for
$3,000 a price comnetitive with
conventional inboPrd craft
It appears to offer a new hori horizon
zon horizon for pleasure boating.
he had assured as Tim Tam as
"fit and ready."
As it turned out, he wasn't as
sound as the proverbial b ass
bell. Tim,Tam snapped a bone in
his right ankle just when It look looked
ed looked as if he were going to pull a a'WO
'WO a'WO OnlY momentum and cour courage
age courage enabled him to finish a zig
zagging, agonizing second to Ca Cavan,
van, Cavan, previously thoroughly beaten
by Laticoln Road, an ordinary
Wild In Paddock
, Last spring in Florida we de de'Cided
'Cided de'Cided to tell Jones what we'd
h'eard preceding the Belmont,
and suggested that since others
had entertained doubts about the
favorite, possibly he had, too,
but in view of the mediocrity of
the field and flu, historical value
of the trophy, had concluded his
colt could win, anyhow.
Jimmy shook his head slowly
and spoke, we are convinced.
with complete honesty. "No, I
had seen nothing to indicate he
mightn't be himself. And It wasn't
until after the race that I gave
any thought. to his actions in the
tmcidock, he acted kind of wild
like. which was unusual for him,
but, at the moment, it had no
mehning whatever for me."
Where we goofed was in not
presenting the neutral view, which
questioned 'rim Tam's fitness. It
was poor reporting and our only
out is that we couldn't see him
losing. even on three legs, and
therefore disdained eontrary spec speculation
ulation speculation as an affront.
mrting and our only Baltimore track was unsuited to
ve couldn't see him his stride.
on three legs, and We hsven't seen enough of
kilned contrary spec- Black Hills to get a trustworthy
affront.. line on him. Hirsch has been siv siv-
- siv- ing all along he'd win the Bel Belts
ts Belts the Orbit mont with this one and foxie is
better than a green hand. Never Neverve
ve Neverve know none of the theless, they've got to beat the
tarters in the age- Orbit once more for us. He was a
Is susnect thunderous Preaknese winner, and
.whether as much with his glamour gal owner re relit,
lit, relit, to their quilitY Porting-no further voiles by ro roelse
else roelse again. Royal mantic cabbies, he'll Presumal4
wretchedlY in the lutA no eittratienus worries.
week, Wheit he at- 'nines like this can be terriby
incede Weight to the unsetting to horse that really
Against this, howev- cares; eePeciallY HollYwood
eve terie vim's- horse.
t didn't, have It."
eel the rite follow- INGT,W0011. Calif. (UPI)
with the three-year- Tockei Reinh Neves, who wan se sell,
ll, sell, to beat one an. -totwie intureti In a race snill at
Dlinett came back vollywood Park on Memorial
Iess Preaknass ef lvionttiv wag Weisel from
Impressively in the '.',entinela Posoltel here.
Findley so per- returned to his home in
been claimed the Arcadia.
Loyal to the Orbit
SO far as we know none of the
Prospective starters in the age ageless
less ageless ellissic tomorrow Is susnect
as to fitness. ,,.whether as much
can be stild las to their
Is something else again. ROYal
Orbit flopped. wretehedly '.in the
Peter Pan last week. 'IAA he at attemroted
temroted attemroted tn concede Weight to the
whole field. Against this, howev however.
er. however. is the toeltovN terre admis admission;
sion; admission; "he just didn't, have it."
In one respect.' the nice follow followed
ed followed a pattern. with the three-year.
olds continuing, to beat ono. an.
other. Sword Dancer came back
from a lusterless Preaknoss ef
fort to score impressively in the
Metropoliten Itindidan, so per.
haps, as has been claimed the
6:30 At 1(obbe
Undefeated U.S. Army Signal
Service of Fort C18)4011
last night's semifinal game win winner,
ner, winner, Battery D 51st Artillery of
Fort Amsdor at 6:30 p.m. today
in the Fort Kobbe gym for the
1959 PAP' basketball championehiP.1
Battery D has lost one lame
and should they lose tonight, they
will be eliminated and Signal Seri Seriice
ice Seriice would- be crowd champion.
Should Battery D defeat Signal
Service, however, a second game
will be .necessary,, The ieconC
game, if neeessary, will begin at
Last night's semi-final game 11
started slovey and then built up 1
to become the most exciting'
game of the tournament, and an
overtime poriod was needed to
determine the winner.
Battery D, 517th Artillery, Fort
Amador saw a 10 point halftime
lead dwindle, but managed to
sneak into the finals byl. besting
the 1978th AACS of Albrook. b a
score of 6846.
The game started very slowly
and at the end of one quarter the
Artillerymen had. an 11-8 edge.
Dull basketball continued through
most of the second period an at
halftime the Artillery had blasted
themselves into a commanding 30-
The fireworks started early in
the third quarter when Battery D
pulled ahead by 13 points. At this
point the Airmen seemed to get a
renewed spirit ond began tossing
in impossible shots and grabbing
rebound after rebound away from
the taller Amador team. Quickky
the lead was reduced to seven
points and then the two teams be began
gan began trading basket for basket.
At the end of three quarter, A Amador
mador Amador still had a commanding
seven point lead, 46-39. Hard hust hustling
ling hustling by the Artillery five brought
the score closer and closer, until
they were.within two points,,of the
With only ten seconds left in
the game, John Nelson hit with
a hook shot from just inside the
key to tie the ballgame at 56. Be Before
fore Before the Artillerymen could get an
attack moving, 'the ,horn sounded
calling a halt to the fourth quart quarter
er quarter and necessitating a five min minute
ute minute overtime period.
The most instrumental ballplay ballplayers
ers ballplayers in the great come-from-behind
effort ty. ik.i.rnien,,,,were. 41,0e
Wysocki, who poured in three
'long one-handers at crucial mo-,
ments; Al West, who was consis-1
tently harassing Amador and scor-1
ing points along with it; and big
John, Nelson, who was a tower
of strength under the boards for
The overtime period saw the
same type of fast, rough house
basketball that had dominated the
entire second half. Joe Jacopo of
Amador scored the first point of
the overtime to put Amador a ahead
head ahead to stay. During the five min minutes
utes minutes of extra play, Albrook faded
to as far back as five points, but
again managed:to close the gap
to- give Battery D a tough finish.
The leading scorer in the over overtime
time overtime petiod for the Amador eag eager'
er' eager' was Ray Crawford, who pump pumped
ed pumped in five out of seven foul shots
and added one from the floor for
a seven point overtime total and
29 point total for the evening.
With'enly seconds to play, Bob
Self ,dropped 'In two from the
free throw line to close the score
to 68-66 as the final horn blast.
Free shots were the most tell telling
ing telling part of the game as Battery
D managed to sink 18 of 23 cnari cnarity
ty cnarity shots while the best the 1978th
could do was 12 for 22.
The leading point makers for
Battery D were Ray Crawford Ind
Dick Burbach as they collected 29
and 22 points respectively.
The 1978th threw a well balanc balanced
ed balanced scoring attack at their oppon opponents
ents opponents last night as four of the start starters
ers starters hit the double figures. Al West
10 the quartet with 16, followed
by John Nelson with 14, Bob Self
got 11, and the alert, aggressive
Bob Agan had 10.
SIGNS WITH ESKIMOS
EDMONTON, Alta. (UPDPaul
Davis, a member of the Memphis
State University coach staff. has
signed as assistant coach with the
Edmonton Eskimos of Canada's
Western Poi Abell League.
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BACKWAp BOYWilly Fleming of Peru fliPped backward spectacularly getting his foot
on the ba during the soccer match with England in Lima. The home team trounced the
visitor& 4-1. American professional baseball clubs could use big turnouts like this one.
Colon Basketball Loop
To Open Next Thursday
By HERBERT MOISE
Fourteen teams 'in three dif different
ferent different categories are all preparing
for the grand opening of the
1959 season of the Colon Senior
Provincial Basketball League in
the Colon Arena on Thursday,
June 25. Inaugural ceremonies
are scheduled to begin at 7:45
pm. with special invitees on hand
for the opener.
Attention is focused on the Sen Senior
ior Senior League as several of the -nation's
top players will be playing
for the first time in their home
city. Aside from these, there will
be a numbef of young players
making the jump into "big time".
Four teams, Nacional Cigaret Cigarettes,
tes, Cigarettes, Marlboro, Cerveza Balboa
and Powell Garage will battle it
out in the top division.
In the second division, it ja re reported
ported reported that old standard bearers
and new faces will form teams
that will ,be about evenly' 'baianc 'baiancdi
di 'baiancdi thua, promising a yery interestA
When the entries were closed
earlier. this week, the teams ac accepted
cepted accepted in this division are Dep.
Circuit. 11, Ramblers, Pepsi Co Cola,
la, Cola, Denvers, Revista Tu lion, No NoWog
Wog NoWog and Nacional.
It is known that several of these
second division players are fit and
ready for the jump to the senior
league but prefer to play and re represent
present represent Colon in'the upcoming inter-provincial
series which will be
held this year in San Bias.
Drawing as much attention as
the Senior Loop or maybe more
is the distaff division of this three threegroup
group threegroup organization. The Women's
In Four Deals
KANSAS CITY, Mo. S ne e
the Athletics moved from Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia to Kansas City in 1955,
they have negotiated 14 deals, in involving
volving involving 53 players, with the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. The first transaction was made
on March 30, 1955,1 when the
Bombers sold Tom Gorman, Dick
Kryhoski and Ewell Blackwell
to the A's:
Here are the other -deals:
April 28, 1955Lou Sleater sold
May 11, 1955Enos Slatighier
and Johnny Sain traded to A's for
Sonny Dixon and cash.
June 14, 1956Eddie 'Robinson
and Lou Skizas sent to A's for Bill
Renna and Ed Burtschy.
August 25, 1956Yankees pur purchased
chased purchased Enos Slaughter.
October 15, 1956 Bob Cerv
bought by A's.
February 18 1957 A's olitained
Mickey McDermott, Tom Morgan,
Rip Coleman, Billy Hunter, Iry
,Noren Itnd Jack-Urban for Bebby
Shantz, Art Ditmar and Cletis
Boyer. Mso involved in deal were
four 'minor league players.
June 15, 1957Billy Martin,
Woodie Held:Ralph Terry and Bob
Martyn sent to A's for Ryne Duren
Milt Graff, Harry Simpson and
June 15; 1958 Bob Grim and
Harry Simpson sent to A's for Duke
Maas and Virgil Trucks.
August 22, 1958Yankees obtain
ed Murry Dickson for Zeke Della
April 9, ,,1959-Mark Freeman
traded to A's tor Jack' Urban.
(Freeman was returned to Yanks
on May 8.) I
April 12, 1959,,Tommy Carroll
and Russ Snyder traded to A's for
Bob Martyn and Mike Bases.
May 9, 1959Murry Dickson
sold to A's.
,May 26,, 1959A's got Jerry
Lumpe, Johnny Kucke, Tom
Sturdivant and another player to
be named later for Ralph Terry
and Rector Lopez.
Ottie FOr PAF Bciketbelii Tit.
League is made up of three well
One club is made up of Coton Cotonlies
lies Cotonlies who have been practicing this
sport without any formal pattici patticipation
pation patticipation in any league. They will
represent Cerveza Balboa. The
other club plays out of Rainbow
City and is comprised of students
of the Rainbow City High School.
It is believed that Carlos Lieta
will eventually sponsor this team
The third team is made up of.
twelve Cuna San Bias girls play players.
ers. players. They have been practicing in
all the gyms in Colon and have
created a mild wave of whispers
because of their fine play. This
should be an interesting team to
Speculations as to what teams
will win in the different categories
are being made only by optimistic
players as neutral observers are
refraining from making predic predictions
tions predictions this early in the seasen.
They think that most teams are'
evenly balanced and should reaily
reestabliab lbstsketball as ,,,, Colon's 1
No. 1 sport.
Open At Balboa
Registrations for swim ruing
classes are still being accepted at
the Balboa Swimming Pool. Have
you joined your friends yet in a
swimming class? If you haven't haven'thurry
hurry haven'thurry and do so or you'll miss
out on all the fun.
New activities, games and re relays
lays relays are being added to the swim swimming
ming swimming program weekly. Balboa
Pool has a full staff of qualif:ed
instructors to help make your
summer a "swimming one."
Following is a list of classes and
timesif you can't find a class to
suit your needs tell us and we'll
get one started. Let's go swim swimmingsee
mingsee swimmingsee you at the pool.
Water Safety Aide Course Mon Monday
day Monday through Thursday
Adults and Pre-school beginners
Monday and Wednesday 9:00
Beginners, Tuesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday 9:00 10:00.
Beginners, Monday and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday 10:00-11:00.
,'Beginners, Monday and Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday 1:00-2:00.
Beginners, Tuesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday 1:00-2:00.
Beginners, Monday and Wed
(For Beginners Swimming Cias
1ses select the time and ay thatl
suits you best)
' Intermediate Class, Tuesday
and Thursday 1:00-2:00.
Swimmer Class, Tuesday and
Competitive Swimming Class,
Monday thru Friday 3:00-4:00.
Jr. and Sr. Life Saving, Tuesday
and Thursday, 10:00 12:00.
Testing for swimming badges
and swimming pool identificadon
cards will be done on Wednesdays
only 11:00-12:00 and 4:00-5e0.
You may register for these ciass ciasses
es ciasses anytime between 8:00 800,
any day at the Balboa Pool. For
those wha like night swimming
the pool is. open on Monday and
Thursday nights until 9:00.
, Sports Briefs
LOS ANGELES. (UPI) The
Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday
announced the signing of three.
young prospects for a total .of 14
high school graduates given con contracts
tracts contracts so far this year.
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) --The
Baltimore Orioles announced
Wednesday they have signed Rob Robert
ert Robert Saverine, an 18-year old short shortstop
stop shortstop from Darien, Conn., for an
estimated 825,000 bonus.
The Orioles will give Saverine
s preliminary trail at Baltimore Sat
urday. He then will be assigned
to Pensacola in the Class D Geo?.
ia-Florida Learue er tO Bluefield BluefieldW.
W. BluefieldW. Va., in the Appalachian
GAMBOA ACTIVITI ES
The Gamboa Playground acti activities
vities activities schedule for the summer
months is announced as listed
below. Registration for classes
will be accepted anytime dining
the program. Activities are al already
ready already in progress and will cum cum'tinue
'tinue cum'tinue through the summer
months. All activities are free of
Special features of the play playground
ground playground activities fo Gamboa are
a competitive swimming class
Monday through Thursday, 9-10
a.m. An adult swimming class
from 3-4 p.m. on Tuesday and
Thursday and also night swim swimming
ming swimming on Monday and Thursday
from 7-9 p.m.
Fifth and sixth grade children
will be admitted to night swim swimming
ming swimming only with a blue swimming
pool Id Card and a Red Cross or
Schools Division swimmers card.
Children under the fifth gri,de
must be accompanied by parents.
Children in the seventh grade and
1 up will be admitted with their blue
swimming pool Id card. Adults
must present proper ID before
being admitted to pool.
Everyone is again reminded
ithat the Gamboa Pool is closed
Ifor cleaning every other Monday
unless otherwise announced.
Mho! Division playground ac activity
tivity activity schedule for Gamboa:
Activity, Time, Place and Days.
Competitive swimming, 9-10 a.
Pool, Mon, Tues, Wed, Thur.
Archery, 10-11 a.m.. Field, Mon.
Tues., Wed., Thur., Fri.
Beginning swimming. 10-10.30
a.m. Pool, Tues, Wed, Thurs.
Intermediate Swimming, 11-11:
30 a.m. Pool, Tues, Wed, Thur.
Basketball, 11-12 a.m. Gym,
Mon. Tues, Wed., Thur., Fri.
Supervised Games, 12-1 p.m.
Gym, Mon, Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri.
Swimmers Class, 1-1:30 p m.
Pool, Tues, Wed, Thur.
Vollyball, 1-2 p.m. Gym, Mon.,
Tues.t Wed., Thur., Fri.
Junior Life Saving Gamboa
Playground, 1:30-2:30 p.m., Pool,
Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri.
Advance Swimming 2:30-3 p.m.,
Pool, Tues. Wed, Thur, Fri.
Battleball, 2-3 p.m. Gym, Mon
Kickball, 2-3 p.m. Gym, Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Shuffelboard Summer Months.
2-3 p.m.,' Gym, Wednesday.
Table Tennis, 2-3 p.m., Gym,
Th ursd a y
Supervised Games, 2-3 p.m.
Supervised Games 3-4 p.m. Gym
Newcomb, 3-4 p.m. Gym Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Badminton, 3-4 p.m. Gym, Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Newcomb, 3-4 p.m. Gym, Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Badminton, 3-4 p.m. Gym, Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Adult Gym Night, 7-9 p.m. Gym,
Adult Swimming Class 3-4 p.m.
Pool, Tuess, and Thurs.
Night Swimming, 7-9 p.m. Pool.
Monday and Thurs.
8-7 in Track Meet
LONDON, (UM The combin combined
ed combined Harvard and Yale track team
Wednesda:v night scored a nar narrow
row narrow win of weight events to seven
in its match with Oxford and
Cambridge universities at the
Wi.ite City Stadium.
The deciding event was the iast
on the card, the 440 vard relay.
which saw the American wad
scorn a comfortable win by eight
yerds to clinch the match
The American team's time of
42.4 seconds was p new meet ree
ord. Oxford and Cambridge set
the old mark of 42.5 in Cambridge.
Mass., in 1949. The American re
lay team in ordor of running WV;
Toel Landau, Frank Yoemamt,
James Luck, oid jemeg Carney.
It wog the first American win
Tho 37 prizes to WI awarded
to the winners of tits VII Inter International
national International Merlin and Sailfish
Tournamont will bo displayed
in the Balboa Commissary win window
dow window from. June 2S to June 30,
and from the 30th for one wools
in tho windows of the Fuerza y
Luz. Trophlos will bo assignod
in advance to their respective
Tho PAA largo trophy will
Imp awarded this year to the
ono who catchos the largest
marlin (all classes). Commor Commorcial
cial Commorcial firms who so far have a agrood
grood agrood to donate prim aro the
y LUZ, Cartil Vie Ia. Es Esso,
so, Esso, Wostirohouso, CIO. Duran
Armour, Seagram's V.O., Insur Insuronce
once Insuronce Service Copr., Hotel In International,
ternational, International, Mottle. laza and
Co., Magnavox TV, Johnson'
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Should You ouy-Stocks Now?
, I Automobiles
Phone Panama 2-0740 for
information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
you have a commercial
Foster cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. Now low
rates. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara IL de P. Plume Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Crittobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
chalet. dining room, living room,
maid's room, garage, 4,000 IL
meter land. Located one mile be before
fore before Las Cumbres. For informa information
tion information call 1-0050 from 11 a.m. to
FOR RENT:---4 bedroom chalet.
All independent. No. 36, 7th
Street, Golf Heights, information
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, 2 spacious bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's room, garage, etc.
For six months. 95 Street No.
43. $185.00. Phone 3-494)4.
FOR RENT:Available lull, lit.
chalet in Las Cumbres, three
bedrooms, two baths, including
separate maid's service. For more
Information, call Balboa 1751.
FOR RENT:Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, living-diningroom,
all independent. 86th Street No.
6, Theater Roosevelt street, San
Francisco tre la Caleta.
FOR RENT:--Large chalet with
spacious grounds and outbuild outbuildings,
ings, outbuildings, suitable for residence or
business. Call Tel. 3-7307, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR RENT:New chalet, three
bedrooms with air conditioner,
maid's room with bathroom, hot
water. Information, Tel. 2-1382.
FOR RENT:--Local commercial
at Just Arosemena Avenue No.
37-11. information 2-2341.
FOR RENT:--Soacious and mod modern
ern modern site on Ricardo Arias Street.
"Luz Building". Phone 3-4994.
: FOR RENT:Offices in Valls Vallsrino
rino Vallsrino Building.- For information
call Tel. 3-6700. Mr. Jack
WANTED:Maid to do laundry,
cooking. cleaning, 0932, Ama Amador
dor Amador Road
WANTED:--Cook, must sleep in.
Bring references. Calle Ira. No.
42. Prague lefevre. Tel. 4-1158.
WANTED:Experienced house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper to sleep on job. Excellent
salary for adequate person. Phone
Coign 806 for appointment.
1 PHILLIPS Oci
Banta Clara I
:lc okaraei ide.tLs. a sdr oi nocirnnu gm, ill
meter land Lor
tion call 1-005
4 p m
Street, Golf He
en, maid's ro
For six month
chalet in Las
... room chalet. I
6, Theater Ror
Francisco tie la
FOR RENT: 1
1 1 business. Call
FOR RENT: I
' maid's room wi
' ) at Just Aroser
37-1 I inform.
t FOR RENT:S1
ern site on Ric
,:i : FOR RENT:
1 41 rine Building.
call Tel. 3-4
, t Mercer.
1 cooking, clean'
1 ', ;
, dor Road
-.- 42, Parque Le,
t keeper to sleet
1 salary for Meru
1 Coliin 806 fot
Excellent locals, special for offices, located
at El Banco Nacional of Panama. Main of offices,
fices, offices, last floor (Plaza Belisario Porras).
With air conditioning, elevator service,
and electrical current.
Apply at Banco Nacional of Panama, Main
Offices (Plaza Belisario Porras).
IC 0) r 1 ) 1
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, JIM RIDGE
:' General Agent
Gibraltar Life los. Co..
;:..: tor rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
i :',. Monday tivu Priday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00
2:01 p.m. to 5:00
1 Saturday: 1:00 a.m. to 12:00
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tor rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Priday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00
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FARmACIA LUL-34 Central Ave HOLiSEHOLD EXCHANGE.1 Pm de la Osse Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMYJusto Arosemena Art and 33 St. PAR PARMAC1A
MAC1A PARMAC1A VAN DEB JISSe Street No 53 FARMACIA EL BATURROParene Letevre Street FARMACIA,'"SAS"Vta Perms III NOVIKDADES ATIIIS
B eside Bella vista Theatre end Branch at Minimax Super Market on Via Espatia COLON OPFICEt 15th and Antador Guerrero No.'14Z2I -,- Tel. 43L
FOR RENT:E1 Canoreio, very
cool. comfortable furnished, two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
oarage, big yard Only two apart apartments
ments apartments in building 3-3839.
FOR RENT: Apartment two
bedroom and all conveniencies in
Campo Alegre. Tel. 3-0702.
FOR RENT: 2 and 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments. Beautiful
building, hot water, Cangreio. 3-
FOR RENT:One two bedroom
apartment, hot water installation
with heater, maid's room, large
porch, elevator service, two both
rooms. Also one room studio
apartment with all utilities, suit suitable
able suitable for office or small families.
Edificio Campo Alegre, Via Es Espana,
pana, Espana, across The Panami Hilton,
ask for Altman. Phone 3-1409.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment with one conecting
bath, terrace. dining-living room,
garage, maid's quarters, hot wa water,
ter, water, brand new building in lirba lirbanizacin
nizacin lirbanizacin Nuevo Campo Alegre,
La Alameda Street. Tel 3-0408
trom 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
FOR RENT:--New building in
Urbanizacin Nuevo Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, three bedroom apartment
with two complete bathrooms,
dining-living room, balcony, ter terrece,
rece, terrece, studio. maid's guarterl
garage, hot water, etc. Tel. 3-
408, from 1 p.m. to 5 Pm
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 181(26 feet.
Inquire Janitor or phone Hopkins
FOR RENT:Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. modern apartment in Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre, hot water, Tel. 3-
0 7 Ci!
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Via Porras No. 99, Tel. 3-
Boots CI Motors
New 18 ft. Cabin Cruiser, origi originally
nally originally advertised S875.00. First
S575.00 cash takes it. Two good
Evinrude 35 11.p. motors $275.00
each. Crusier and both motors
FOR SALE:-14 foot boat and
trailer $275, 18 h.p. fohnson,
Mr. Sweeney, 3-6426, morn mornings.
ings. mornings. FOR SALEPower tools and
motors. Call Gamboa 423.
l) Nacional of Panama, Main Other program courses include ing the continuous changes to im
field practice in farm management prove the effectiveness of the sta
Belisario Porras). and how it relates to the vocation- uNITED FRIBT compANy tions but also setting at the, salmi
al agricultural teachers provram, time an enviable record in thi
organization of the future Farm- field of international cooperation
ers of America, preparation of au- Additionally, the U.S. Army is ti
dio-vislial materini and field pract- GREAT WHITE FLEET be congratulated on producing 1
ice and observation. system of communications whicl
not only allowed the handling o
New Orleans Service Salts Arrives official messages but also contain
, Cristobal ed the flexibility of permitting con
ference time without which till
MORAZAN June 6 June 13 success of the program wouli
meircial Guidt IJIATA June 17 June 24 have been greatly retarded."
sYAQUE June 23 Juiv 1
!MORAZAN" June 30 Julv 8
ITLITA In lir '7 lilly 1K
this section Ads only cost $0.85 per coL inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All TTpes of Auto Insurance
YACHT IS GROUNDED
BEMBRMGE, Isle of Wight,
England, (11P1) A 13-ton yacht
skippered by Britain's trea,illry
chief, Chancellor of the Exched Exchedwent
went Exchedwent aground on jagged rock s
near St. Helen's Fort yesterdny.
near St. Helen's Fort yestorday
Amory and his crew of 14 were
'stranded for half an hour before
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FOR SALL-1957 Triumph TR TR3
3 TR3 or trade for 57 or later Volks Volkswagen,
wagen, Volkswagen, extra wire wheels, over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. tonneau cover. excellent
condition. Call Sgt Negro,' at
Alb. 5155 or Navy 3309.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet, 4-
door, hardtop. sport sedan, 2 tone
blue. powerglide, all extras.
1512-A,' Akee St. Balboa, 2-
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Special,
hardtop. power steering. windows
Dynallow, Custom trim, tinted
glass. 5 new tires, two tone paint
S1650 00. Call Gamboa 6-206.
FOR SALE:-1948 Dodge, four
door, $200, phone: 2-3696,
house 5454-B, Diabio.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth
Sport Suburban 4 door station
wagon. Excellent condition. Yen'
good 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 Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2790.
FOR SALF-1934 Ford Hot
Rod 1940 V-8, good running
condition, call Balboa 4434.
FOR SALE:Model "A" Ford
Pick-up tvoe body with Car loov
All steel. Good condition. Price
$180.00. Phone 36407.
FOR SA11:--1958 Fiat station
wagon !;1450 Original cost
$1960. Tel. 4-379
FOR SALE:-1956 Plymouth V V8.
8. V8. oowerflite. many more extras.
S1350 Home 828-3461. Duty
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick 8;50.
Phope 3-3667, 48st. No. 27.
FOR SALE:-1958 Opel yellow.
excellent condition 24" English
bicycle (girl). Call between 3:30
and 6 o ns. Balboa 2405.
FOR SALE:---1949 Cadillac, cod
condition, tires, unholsterv. Price
$250 00 Phone 36-412 House
247-B. Coco Solo.
FOR SALE:BARGAIN. 57 MG,
$160 00. Estacin Pasadena.
FOR SALE: 1956 Victoria,
manv extras. Price right. Call
Ebert Anguizola, one of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's promising young. rural teach teachers
ers teachers trained under SCIDE (Servi (Servicio
cio (Servicio Coonerativo Interamericano de
EducaciOn), left this week for
Puerto Rico to attend a teaching
program on vocational agriculture.
The course is prepared and
sponsored by the International Co Cooperation
operation Cooperation Administration, better
known as Point Four.
Anguizola will attend the classes
at the University of Puerto Pico.
The program covers such subiects
as the organization of a vocation vocational
al vocational agricultural denartment, quali qualifications
fications qualifications of vocational agricultur agricultural
al agricultural teachers. prenaration of a vo vocational
cational vocational agricultural curriculum,
and breparation ot vocational a agriculture
griculture agriculture for adults.
Other program courses include
field practice 41 farm management
and how it relates to the vocation vocational
al vocational agricultural teachers program,
organization of the future Farm Farmers
ers Farmers of America, preparation of audio-visual
material and field pract practice
ice practice and observation.
DISTRIBUTE GERMAN CARS
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)
Mercedes Benz Sales, Inc
subsidiary of Studebaker-Packard
Corp., will distribute German.
made DKW cars and utility ve10.
, cles in the United States under an
!agreement announced yesterday.
FOR REN :
For two or three months, coma
pleted furnished housekeeping
room. double coach, 00000 r
hot plate, private entrance.
PRIVATE BATH. Tel. 3-0638 a
4-1444. No. 3, 52nd Street,
Repairs Tubeless Tires
wil bout Plugs!
15th 81 Central Ave
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1END, Ind. (UPI)
Benz Sales, Inc
' cars and utility TOO.'
United States under an
w three months, cow
hie coach, &vie 00000 t
r, private entrance.
BATH. Tel. 3-0638
No. 3, 52nd Street,
N. i ,-c-'','''''' :,-', M: MirlNti:kiP 'Y 1
, '3' .ni' :;, ' ', :'' as under the impression that
,.., in unvi au v sovu clic 1,,i bV 11. I money for flho tort of woe.
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. REEDER SERVICE Y port any hard working woe?
,:.,--,,,:sntleRN4s,PoivotANko,:- bought grOwth stocks as a long
FOR RENT: rExITA Every (15) Days 4... ''Mv,;,,-(Akf ,. t range investment. deserves.
mammon. :,,, 4 '3c :?.,,,t,' A. That dependson the stocks,
For two or three months, cow ,, ,, ...,,,il and on your oUrpose in buying. ILITEE11111111011E41
Weekly Failings of twelve passenger ships to New :,:.;,., If you bought shares in one of
pleted furnished housekeeping
room. double coach, refrio 00000 r York, New Orleans, Los Angeles. San Francisco '''. the country's leading industry's
bet plate, private entrance. and Seattle ,, with the idea of holding it for c,
) years, of profiting as the busi- ,, 1
PRIVATE BATH. Tel. 3-0638
' ness explanded, it wouId be silly 'i' :4
4-1444. No. 3. 52nd Street, ,,,
'', had a few points' profit. Plv I vi
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE FARES FROM ,
If you bought a speculative is. 'A. moo
, rmerverretle al a Wan nu oat RAP
ERZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN
NEW ONLY ONE OF EACH
Apex Deluxe automatic electric
clothes dryer, Regular 369.00
Apex Standard automatic electric
clothes dryer, regular 325.00
Apex automatic dish washer,
regular 445.00 now 200.00.
I Apex automatic clothes washer,
regular 325.00 now 150.00.
Trope Ico, S.A. 45th street and
FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford Fairlene 500, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, call Curundu
FOR SALE:--Remington portable
typewriter, good condition. $35.
FOR SALE:Store No.,1062 Rio
Abajo, equipment, ice box, slicer,
scale, etc. Call Tel. 3-4551 or
FOR SALE:B Hat clarinet. ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Cali Gamboa
SELLING AIRCRAFT Gullwing
Stinson, V-77, 300 hp Lycoming,
new 50 yr. fiberglass skin, 5
place, 12 ton cargo or photo
mapping. Rough field perform performance.
ance. performance. Hangared Maracaibo. Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice 55 000 cash. Original
owner Stateside. Will deliver.
Cable or write DAYO, Punto Fijo
FOR SALE:Almost new Lam Lambretta
bretta Lambretta motor scooter, call Conan Conandu
du Conandu 4198.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
AMA Parley Makes
Peace With Priv&
' Medical Care Plans
ATLANTIC crrY, N. (IIPI)
The House of Delegates of thel
American Medical Association
yesterday approved the essence
of a report which concluded phy-I
sicians must learn to live with
medical-care plans that limit the
patients' choice of a doctor.
The acceptance by the policy policymaking
making policymaking body at the 108th annual
'meeting of the AMA was consid considered
ered considered a move toward peace with
such non medically controlled
health care programs such as the
united Mine Workers Health and
Welfare Fund, which exists in 26
The House, however, reaffirmed
its principle that a patient is en entitled
titled entitled to the free choice of a
"Those who receive medical
care benefits as a result of collec collective
tive collective bargaining should have the
widest possible choice from among
medical care plans for he pro provision
vision provision of such care," it said.
The reoort, representing a four fouryear
year fouryear study. noted that the prinei prineipia
pia prineipia objective of all such plans is
the "high quality of medical care
for all the people." It also said,
in effect, the AMA "vigorously
supports" the right of each indi individual
vidual individual to "select and change his
physician at will or to select his
preferred system of medical
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
nv York Service Salle Cristobal
TOLTEC June 5 June 14
METAPAN June 13 June IS
HEREDIA June 20 June 25
JUNIOR June 27 July 2
COMAYAGUA July 4 July 9
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
Weekly Failings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles. San Francisco
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARE FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $215.004
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Iketurn $400.00
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMAI-2904
'r4rDuTimitii DAME NEWSPAPER
FOR SALE:L7 poce mahogany
bedroom suit, 4 montbs old S200.
FOR SAM--Frigidaire automatic
washer. Good cZuldition 875.00
Phone 87-5293 or 85-2221.
FOR SALE: '1956 Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse Deluxe automatic washing
machine, good condition. Al Albrook
brook Albrook 4223, Qtrs. 125-A.
FOR SALE:Mics. Household
good and Venetian blinds. House
5711-C, Shonts Street, Diablo.
FOR SALE:--7 piece Raftan Hy.
ingroom set, almost new, maho mahogany
gany mahogany licorera and bedroom set,
other household Items. Paraiso
664-B, phone 4391.
FOR SALE:--Rattan sofa, four
chairs, two tables. foam rubber
cushions; mahogany coffee table;
deep freezer 12 cu. ft. girls
bicycle, Amador 5197.
FOR SALE: Mahogany table
and four chairs, mahogany step
end table, two solid Poplar twin
beds, two Goodyear foam latex
mattres, two springs, two night
stands, one largo dresser, House
356 Apt. 2. Ancon.
WANTED:-BILINGUAL SEC SECRETARY
RETARY SECRETARY F 0 R SHORTHAND
AND TYPING IN ENGLISH AND
SPANISH. KNOWLEDGE OF OF.
F10E WORK, FILING AND AC ACCOUNTING
COUNTING ACCOUNTING NECESSARY. PAST
EXPERIENCE A N D REFER REFERENCES
ENCES REFERENCES DESIREABLE. PLEASE
APPLY IN WRITING, ENCLOS ENCLOSING
ING ENCLOSING PHOTOGRAPH TO "SEC.
RETARY" P.O. BOX 617 PAN.
FOR SALE:--Doberman Pinschar
pups. Call 2-1879, for informa information.
tion. information. FOR SALE:--Boston Terrier pup puppy's
py's puppy's AKC registered. Phone Navy
3986 between 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
NEWARK, NJ. Teamsters'
President James R. Hoffa, an announcing
nouncing announcing his union would appeal
a court decision denying a Teams Teamsters
ters Teamsters move to side-step clean-up
"While we may not like it, it is
a decisicm of a U.S. court and de deserves
serves deserves respect and dignity. It is
only a matter of time before our
lawyers draw up the papers and
carry it on to another appeal."
NEW YORKArmy ballistic ex expert
pert expert Wernher von Braun, after
declaring that only limited areas
such as New York can be defend defended
ed defended against possible attack by
present-day ballistic missiles:
)"But what's the use of defend defending
ing defending the Rocky Mountains? Me
enemy isn't after the Rocky Moun
tains or the desert. And they
don't have enough missiles to go
after the whole country if they
MANAGUA, Nicaragua -- Gen.
Anastasio Somoza, commander of
Nicaragua's armed forces, an announcing
nouncing announcing that the rebels who in invaded
vaded invaded his country from Costa Rica
must surrender unconditionally:
"The lives of the thvaders will
be respected, since the death pen penalty
alty penalty does not exist in Nicaragua.
But they must submit to the laws
of the Republic applicable to
June 6 June 13
June 17 June 24
June 23 July 1
June 30 July 8
July 7 July 15
Every (15) Days
Classified rage closes11:30.
,Mon. to Fa, 11 am.,
Sat., ,2 pm. Sat, for Sun.
Office open 11-$ weekdays.'
Real Estate I
FOR SA1.12---lots SOO and 1.000
meters. in the Nuevo Hipedromo
Urbanization across tho Ramon
Racetrack. An lots with stroet
fronts. wows's, water main and
electricity. Can W. Mcnarnett.
FOR SALE:Chalet in Las CUM.
bres $15,000 concrete and tile,
2 bedroom, 1 12 bathroom, 210-
2nd St., Casa Karch. open daily
FOR SALLFaun Repose 93 ht
the main road 4 minutes front
Aduans Arraiiin. Modern two
bedroom house, running water,
electricity, many bearing fruits
all kinds, owner living.
For you Canal Zone Ladies:
Ail this and morel Deep Magic.
Marchands Golden Hair wash.
Canal Zono Phantoms,.
Be neva It or not! Wye ont
them all: Super-Anahist, Fos Fostea,
tea, Fostea, Blistex, Fasteeth. Canal Zone
Not Available! Phooev! EvorY EvorYthing's
thing's EvorYthing's available here! S. S. S.
Zymols Trokeys, Coldene Stimu Stimudents,
dents, Stimudents, Five Day Deodorant Pads.
Canal Zone Pharmacy.
Worried about those Pimples
blackheads. etc? Get Clearsil.
We've got it! Canal Zone Phar PharMaCY
MaCY PharMaCY I
TV, Radios, Ni-FI Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
U S. Television
and lasting repairs.
Phone 3-7607 Panama.
9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
1AGS Survey Team
And Dliedor Tate
Army Secretary Wilber Bruck Brucker
er Brucker and other high ranking officials
have commended personnel of the
Inter American Geodetic Survey
who were associated with Mini Minitrack
track Minitrack stations in Central and
South America. Among those cit cited
ed cited for special mention was Col,
Ferdinand J. Tate, TAGS director.
The U.S. Army relinquished its
responsibility for operation and
logistical support of the prime Min Minitrack
itrack Minitrack stations to the National Ae Aeronautics
ronautics Aeronautics and Space Administra Administration
tion Administration on March 1. When that agen agency
cy agency completed its first inspectiot
of these stations, Secretary Bruck Brucker
er Brucker was informed that NASA was
"well pleased with the past per performance
formance performance under U.S. Army parti participation."
cipation." participation." "The Army officers who liave
been in charge of these stations
have performed exceptionally well
and their men are te be com commended,"
mended," commended," NASA administrator T.
Keith Giennan wrote. He request requested
ed requested that special commendation be
extended to Colonel Tate, "who so
admirably, provided logistic and in incountry
country incountry support for these sta stalions."
lions." stalions." Mr. Glennan told Mr. Brucker
that "In a field where continuous
development and redesign present
tremendous production problems,
your organization has set an un unusual
usual unusual record ip not only engineer engineering
ing engineering the continuous changes to im improve
prove improve the effectiveness of the sta stations
tions stations but also setting at the, same
time an enviable record in the
field of international cooperation.
Additionally, the U.S. Army is to
be congratulated on producing a
system of communications which
not only allowed the handling of
official messages but also contain contained
ed contained the flexibility of permitting con conference
ference conference time without which the
success of the program would
have been greatly retarded."
, CASTRO'S SON HURT-Ftdel
Castro Jr 9-year-old son
of the Cuban'lloader, is being
treated for injuries received in
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Should You Buy-Stocks Noty2
This is the last et a series of artieles log a, meted tome tomement
ment tomement counselor providing a realistie look Obi lb stock marks
today and telling vthat sway 'rival sr would-loo investor
ought to know.
"I have S5,000," writes a widowl
who is about to ret,ire after, at
lifetime of hard work in a hos hospital.
pital. hospital. "I'd like to get more than
bank Interest, but I don't want to
take any chances with it be because
cause because it's all I have."
This is an understandable point
of view and one which de deserves
serves deserves considerable,sympathy
Greater the pity, then, that
there is no way of helping this
By SAM SHIA-SKY
Q. About six months age my
broker sold rne some Canadian'
stock, Alscan, at 40 cents. He
now tent me it's up to $1.80 I
want to sell, but he advised a against
gainst against it. He also wants me to
buy Charles Town Racing.
A. Havin' fun?
Q. Bepre I married I bought
some blue chips. Their value is
now doubled, about $5,000. Now
my husband and I have bought a
house with a $6,000 mortgage.
Should we sell the stock and pay
off the mortgage?
A. You don't give any details
as to what stock, or your other
finances. But, it would seem that
for a young couple, a mortgage mortgagefree
free mortgagefree home would be a good start,
Why not take your handsome
profit and wipe out the mortgage
and assure yourself that much
less burden in starting out yeur
married life? Assuming the
mortgage service runs to about
$45 to $50 a month, you would
then have that much to invest on
a dollar cost averaging basis,
which is an ideal way for a young
couple to start acquiring stock.
Q. I'm sorry to say I started
to read your column about two
months too late. I bought 500
,Shawano for about $700. Is there
' any hope for these shares?
A. I notice a price .of around
two cents a shareA guess there
is that much hope.....'4, ,,
Serlously, there, isn".611110,h you,
can do abour it, 'anytItay." l'otir,
entire "investment' is :Worth on only
ly only about $10. ,
Q. I am an ,Air Force officer
Who will soon leave for a tour o overseas.
verseas. overseas. I have proceeds of the
sale of a home and some shares
of Bethlehem., Montgomery Ward,
Blaw Knox, Chrysler and a
growth mutual fund.
What would you advise concern concerning
ing concerning holding these while stationed
outside the U.S.? What stocks
could I continue buying with
growth in mind?
A. There .should be no problem
in continuing to hold these shares
while you are overseas. It is ', a
,well-blanced list and one which
could be retianed with little wor7
Now should there be any diffi difficulty
culty difficulty in adding growth stocks to
your portfolio while you -are a abroad.
broad. abroad. I am sending your a hst of
growth stocks which you might
consider as a basis for a regular
purchase plan on a monthly or
quarterly basis. All you would
have to do is tell your broker
which ones you want and them
send fhnds to him on a periodic
basis. The shares (and the divi dividends
dends dividends thereon) could be accumu accumulated
lated accumulated in your brokerage account
until you return to the 'States.
Q. We are in our early 50s,
both working, living in a $120 a
month apartment. My wife would
like to buy an $18,000 home be because
cause because she says the dollar will
steadily lose value. I am against
it because I feel we could do bet better
ter better investing the money.
A. I must beg to be exluded.
Anyone who gets into the middle
of such an argument is bound
to wind, up with -enemies, ply.
I'll say this: You're bOth twrong
if you are discussing the pros and
cons of home ownership from the
standpoint of money-alone.
Q. I bought 30 shares of Inter International
national International Combustion. Engineering
at $60 in 1929 and still have it.
I've never found market to kell.
A. Seems you haven't kept ve very
ry very close tabs on your $1,800. Your
company was taken over in 1933
by Combustion Engineering, a
leading manufacturer of steam
generating equipment which has
offices at 200 Madison Avenue,
New York. Why not write and find
out where you stand?
Q. I bought some growth stock
and when it went up a few points
my broker advised me to 'sell. I
as under the impression that you
bought grawth stocks as a long
A. That dependson the stocks,
and on your purpose in buying.
If you bought shares in one of
the country's leading industry's
with the idea of holding it for
years, of profiting as the busi business
ness business explanded, it would be silly
had li few points' profit.
If you bought a speculative is&
sue for trading purposes witn tlie
idea of making, say, 10 percent
on your money in k few weeks'
or few months' time, I suppose
b you would be justified in taking
'the profit. I must warn you that
the latter course, while more ex.
citing is, naturally, niore danger dangerous.
ous. dangerous. ..,
SA'11171LIU,Y, Ira n, ;:orl
woman Wool her $1,000 via
out risk. 4
- She esti keep it in an bieuro'
bank er savings and loan and eol
lett interest. Thanks to .,govern
ment insurance there isn't tilt
slightest silence she lost
her $5,000. Or she tan put it lb
govemment savings bonds an
be equally safe. But that doesn't
mean she id taking BO risk., b,
1975 the $182.50 annual iamb
from this investment mar big
her no imam than a modes
month's rent or winter overcoat
And so, while she isn't riskini
the $5,000 she has to take diens
es with. whet the Interest (a
well as the principal) Will
able to buy in the years ahead.
She ean put the 95,000 int!
high grad eorporate bond' ent!
take the same risk: Whet' wil
the interest eoupons buy her
the years ahead?
She ean pit the $5,000 bite at
annuity and get a fixed monlial
ly income lor life with efie
tolutelY no fear that the annul'
ty will run out while she eti
Ives. But with the same km
what will the monthly or quarter
ly check buy?
She oan put the money Lib
comMOB sleeks. And then she VII
lx) risking both principal ant
oomforted only by th4
fact that over the long term
stock,prices, as well as dividendi
have, tended to keep nwe
less in step vrith living costs.
But the net, result is that that'
is no way to avoid risk. And
that is es much true of tht
widow's $5,000 as of the successful
The answer than must be
hedge to balance ont type of te
curity against another. Y9u te3
to play it safe in exactly thee same
fashion, the eareful boatmat
stows luggage la a eanoe, in the
same way iv all try to tarry it
surance against the unknowns.
Fortunately the financial to's.
malty can offer you just
bout everything you need tt
make a balanced investmoot pro.
Your eon boy annuities trim
an insurance toompany, you et
bury balanced mutual hods, you
can diversify your own
portf011e by holding and
eommottores, by buying
rifles inetable utilitieg and in
cyclioal eopper aod steal tom
Panies, end in inflation hedge
oil end pa,por emnpanies.
Tha investment portfolio ne
place for fads. I remember in
my home town an athletie train trainer
er trainer who lived his entire adtdt life lifetime
time lifetime and a keg life it was, too
on Paling more than apples
and nuts. I get the same thing
today in biters from faddist in investors
vestors investors who declare, "Don't toil
me to by railroads, they're doom doomed.
ed. doomed. 0. K. bud, k's your rulny, bet
don't hold your breath the
last iron- horse goes eut busi business.
ness. business. A young avow reader b jt'vot
as completely gold on her eon eonviction
viction eonviction that the airlines are the
only investront for a sophisti sophistigated
gated sophistigated investor. The city trou trouble
ble trouble Is that ehe hes a rsbatettliel
loss on her holdings, and so
far nly promisei of growth.
Don't get me wrong I think
the airlines are here to stay, too,
and there's nothing wrong with
nlY Personal fortones that a
couple thousand shares of! East Eastern
ern Eastern of (preferably, and Ameri American
can American Airlines and eome of the
otiver lea erg wouldn't fix
beautifully. Bet I went to own
more than airlines, too.
Thin there are other quirks. A
mid-westerner evidently reli religiously
giously religiously opposed to being in debt
says he likes AT. and T., tmt he
will never tmy etock to eompa eompany
ny eompany which owes mcmey tin a
mortgage. That automatieally
rules out many of the most sue suecessful
cessful suecessful corporations in Anifelelin
Then there is the "shownr1
who Will buy only nreferred
shares, but who is the first ohs
complain when the common gets
an increase in dividend while
her dividend remains the same.
There are no riskless -investmolts.
If yott have extka dol.
lar yon've got to eve ft some
And unless you are the seventh'
son of a seventh goo vou
should play it "cosy," hedging
your "bests" and spreading VOW
money, around among various
forms of investments 18,011LPS,'
annuities. bonds. eommon atoeke
so that ,s far as yeu esn foresee,
you will be orepared meet
any sort of ec000mic climate
when you retire and torn to your
money for the sort of tom tomport
port tomport any hard swotting earner
'4 v. 'There's mottling herder en Owl
belno liberal wits doe meg lie
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Flas Rape Trial Of 4 White Youths
May Go To All-White Jury Tonight
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) gles went to the stand in an at atStatements
Statements atStatements by three defendants, tempt to prevent his statement
giving accounts of the ravishing of from being given in evidence, but
a Negro college coed, were related Judge Walker decided to allow it.
yesterday to a jury trying four Tho other defendants, Patrick
white youths for their lives. Scarborough, 20, Willon T. Col ColThe
The ColThe statement of one defendant, linsworth, 24, and 011ie Stouts StoutsDavid
David StoutsDavid Beagles, 18, was admitted miro, 16, all mado statements,
after Beagles told Judge W. May officers said.
Walker that he was scared, sleePY All four face the electric chair if
gnd drunk and did not remember the jury finds them guilty without
half of what he said. recommendation of mercy. In the
The jury was excused while Bea- past 25 years 37 Negroes have been
executed for rape in Florida. Only
one white man has been executed,
Blues Singer Found and that for the rape of a white
It appeared the case would go
With Heroin Pack to the male. all-white jury late to tonight.
night. tonight. Testifying in defense of her hus husIn
In husIn Hosnital Bed
i band, Mrs. Pear lie Collinsworth,
23, told the jury her husband seem seemed
ed seemed to lose all control after drink drinkNEW
NEW drinkNEW YORK (UPI) Blues ing, although he was kind and gen gensinger
singer gensinger Billie Holiday was arrested tle with her and their children
yesterday on charges of sniffing when he is sober.
heroin in bed at Metropolian Hos- Mrs. Collingsworth shook with
pital where she has been in crit- sobs as sho talked and, at a ta taical
ical taical condition for two weeks with blot a fow foot away, her husband
liver and heart ailments and an- bowed his head in his arms and
emia. wopt bitterly.
Police said a silver foil envelope Beagles' statement said that the
mintaining pure heroin was found four defendants came upon two
in the 43-year-old Negro singer's Negro couples having sexual inter interrioseital
rioseital interrioseital room. They said she ad- course in a parked car, and that
Blues Singer Found
With Heroin Pack
In Hospital Bed
NEW YORK (UPI) Blues
singer Billie Holiday was arrested
' yesterday on eharges of sniffing
heroin in bed at Metropolian Hos Hospital
pital Hospital where she has been in crit critical
ical critical condition for two weeks with
liver and heart ailments and an anemia.
emia. anemia. Police said a silver foil envelope
containing pure heroin was found
io the 43-year-old Negro singer's
hospital room. They said she ad admitted
mitted admitted that she "sniffed it" oc oceasionally.
easionally. oceasionally. An unidentifieci nurse making a
routine inspection noticed that
Miss Holiday had white power on
her nose, police said. She said
that she searched around and
fousd the envelope in the singer
Miss Holiday, who was carried
to the hospital May 31 in a coma comatose
tose comatose stare, was booked by tele telephone
phone telephone on charges of possession of
narcotics. She will be arraigned
later, probably in her hospital
Police said Miss Holiday, once
one of the nation's top entertain entertainers,
ers, entertainers, told them she "found" the
heroin in the bottom of her pocket pocketbook.
book. pocketbook. They said she told them
she used the drug for two weeks
before she entered the hospital.
Police said, however, they were
skeptical of her explanation and
believed that a fHend had smug smuggled
gled smuggled the heroin in to her.
Miss Holidnv wls confined as a
prisoner in the hospital and P
police guard was stationed outside
In 1947 Miss Holiday pleaded to
be sent to a federal institution to
cure her narcotics addiction after
she entered a guilty plea in Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia to possession of herion.
IWeather Or Not
executed for rape in Florida. Only The four youths wore arrest.
one white man has been executed, eel a short time later on the
and that for the rape of a white morning of May 2 and the girl,
woman. near collapse, was found in their
It appeared the case would go car.
to the male. all-white jury late to- She said she was raped seven
Testifying in defense of her hus- One prosecution witness was
band, Mrs. Pear lie Collinsworth, Jimmy Cooper, a former high
23, told the jury her husband seem- school classmate ,of Beagles. who
ed to lose all control after drink- testified he met Beagles on a
ing, although he was kind and gen- downtown street corner a few
tle with her and their children hours before the girl was raped.
when he is sober. He said he asked Beagles where
Mrs. Collingsworth shook with he was going.
sobs as she talked and, at a ta- "What did he say?" asked the
blot a few foot away, her husband prosecutor.
bowed his head in his arms and "Do I ave to say the exact
wept bitterly. words?" Cooper asked.
Beagles' statement said that the The judge told him to go ahead,
four defendants came upon two and Cooper quoted Beagles as
Negro couples having sexual inter- using obscene phrases to say he
course in a parked car, and that was "going out" to have sexual
he and his companions took one of relations with a negro woman.
More Cuban Cabinet Chiefs
Due For Early Replacement
HAVANA, June 13 (UPI)
More Cabinet Ministers are facing
replacement in the biggest govern government
ment government shakeup since Premier Fidel
Caslio came to power, informed
ources reported today.
The sources said more heads
nre likely to roll," with two or per.
haps three more ministers getting
their walking papers.
Castro yesterday replaced the
Ministers of State, Interior, Agri Agriculture,
culture, Agriculture, Health and Social Wel Welfare.
fare. Welfare. Though Castro described the re reorganization
organization reorganization as "not of great im importance,"
portance," importance," observers here linked
it with growing dissension over his
land reform program.
Castro brushed oft' a note hand handed
ed handed him yesterday by United States
Ambassador Phillip Bonsai con concerning
cerning concerning the Premier's controversial
"The times are over when a
call by the U.S. Ambassador on
the premier of a .country was a
source of concern," he said.
Castro said the note would be
answered by the Cuban depaart depaartment
ment depaartment of state "through proper di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic channels." But he add added,
ed, added, "the land reform is altogether
a Cuban question to be decided
by the exclusive privileges of na national
tional national sovereignty."
Castro arid Bonsai met last
night at the airport here where
Castro saw off commander Ernes
the Negro girls, put her in their
car and had intercourse with her.
Beagles said one of the Negro
girls ran, but the other was put in
the boy's car with a "little push
once." He said she did not cry out.
After having intercottrse with the
girl, Beagles' statement said the
girl told him "you won't tell any anybody.
body. anybody. I won't tell anyobdy. I just
want to be protected at the college."
to Guevara, one of his trusted as assistants,
sistants, assistants, on a mission to the Mid Middle
dle Middle East.
Egypt Plans Big
For The' Guevara
CAIRO, June 13(1JPI)-1.1A.R.
authorities plan a big reception for
an official delegation of the Cuban
Revolutionary government sched scheduled
uled scheduled to arrive here Sunday, July
Cairo will be the first stop of
Middle East tour by the delegation,
led by Major Ernesto Guevara,
commandant of the Cabana fortress
and Fidel Castro's "right hand"
man. Guevara is Castro's personal
The semi-official Middle East
News Agency (MENA) said the of office
fice office of the 'E.T.A.& presidential
grand Chamberlain was given
charge of the "elaborate" program
for the Cubans' visit.
This weather report for the 24 Casiro said the note would be 6"'"' '"al""CilaUl Waa give!'
charge of the "elaborate" program
hours ending 8 a. m. today is answered by the Cuban depaart depaartprepared
prepared depaartprepared bs the Meteorologica! for the Cubans' visit.
and Hydrographie Branch of the ment of state "through proper di
plomatic channels." But he add addPsnsmii
Psnsmii addPsnsmii Canal Company: ed, "the land reform is altogether
Balboa Cristobal a Cuban question to be decided Boston Ji fiery
by the exclusive privileges of na naTEMPERATURE:
TEMPERATURE: naTEMPERATURE: tianal sovereientY." As Police Hunt
High 92 84 Castro arid Bonsai met last
Low 75 78 night at the airport here where
Castro saw off commander Ernes- For Marl Bomber
High 94 93
Low 61 80 Mrs. Rhoda Muir BOSTON (UPI) Staid Boston
suffered a bad case of the jitters
WIND: Buried Tomorrow yesterday as police hunted the
(max. mph) NW-18 NW-17 madman whose homemade bomb
RAIN (inches) .28 0 shredded a rapid transit station,
Funeral services for Mrs. Rho RhoWATER
WATER RhoWATER TEMP: da Muir, 80, who came to Panama sending 38 persons to hospitals.
(inner harbors) 82 84 from Portland, Jamaica, at the While scores of explosive ex exturn
turn exturn of the century, will be held perts studied bits of wreckage
tomorrow afternoon. The body will from the ruined rapid transit sta stalie
lie stalie at San Miguel Catholic Church tion outside North Station, Boston
LAKE ELEVATIONS: from 2 p.m., and burial will be at police were tracing a series of
3 p.m. at Jardin de Paz Cemetery. bomb hoax calls.
Gatun Lake 83.24 Mrs. Muir, who died Thursday Po lice were manning teelphone
Madden Dam 215.12 evening at her home after a long switchboards in efforts to trace
illness, was an active member of threatening calls, sending bomb
BALBOA TIDES the Edith Cavell Society, the Uni- squads and ambulances to check
versal Negro Improvement Asso out the threats, and inspecting
SUNDAY, JUNE 14 ciation and the African ImPerial banks of public coin lockers in the
League in the early days. various transit terminals. The
High She is survived by three daught- bomb Wag in a coin 1 o c k r.
Time Ht. ers, Mrs. Nelly Douglas, who is While elevated and subway
1:05 Lin 14.4 ft. here from Brooklyn, N.Y., for the service was reported back to nor nor1:29
1:29 nor1:29 p.m. 13.4 ft. funeral: Albertha Jackson and E. ;mai today Metropolitan Transit
nid Williams of Rainbow City; a !Authority reported a gharp drop
Low son, Winston Reid, who is employ- tin patronage.
Time Ht ed at Corozal; sons-in-laws Abra Abra3:04
3:04 Abra3:04 a.m 2.7 ft. ham Williams and Alfred Wil- Only three of the injured re re3:40
3:40 re3:40 p.m. 3.2 ft. liams: and five grandchildren. mained n serious condition at
' hospitals. Most seriously hurt was
81-year-old Abraham Roberts of
' Roxbury who suffered severe
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, eyd, : t 1 sik too PRICESo: 75c. y 40c.
er treatment of cuts, shock and
i 1:00, 2:45, 4:35, 0:15, 9:00 p.m. minor injuries.
Capt. Gerald McCarthy, chief of
- ON THE SCREEN AT LAST WITH ITS SOCK the state fire marshal's office ex exAND
AND exAND SENSATION INTACT! plosive staff, said both state 4nd
city experts had found traces Of
black explosive powder in the sta staPARRA
PARRA staPARRA F. AM pmdoetic.,. Mc howls flan.
Authorities estimated that some
25 pounds of black powder, the
t C a, ximate uivalent of a 1
. ( Or IINI51011 9 ;ia, PPm eq 00
0 pound World War II aerial bomb,
qa wag used to shatter the wafting
' 10--, station. F o r c e of the blast
' t smashed 13th floor windows In the
Ammo, Hotel Madison next to the station.
(max. mph) NW-18 NW-17
RAIN (inches) .28 0
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Steel Strike Set
July 1 As Union
!. NEW YOR IC(UPII The steel
industry today ,refused to accept
t union demands for separate bar bar.
. bar. gaining talks, and the United
Steelworkers top policy making
group authorized a strike on
The industry's refusal to comply
With a union request for individual
sessions with each of 12 major
companies brought the crucial
contract talks close to the point of
breakdown and Increased the bit bitterness
terness bitterness which has marked 'the ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations from the start.
The union'a 171-man internation international
al international wage polity committee 'blamed
the "complete deadlock" in the
contact talks on the industry's
"unrealistic and ridiculous" posi position.
tion. position. The committee authorized union
officers "to take whatever steps
they deem necessary to cope with
the present situation."
David J. McDonald. president of
the tmion, said this meant he had
the power to shut down the mills
if the negotiators failed to reach
a new agreement by the July 1
-In Washington Federal
tion Chief Joseph F. Finnegan an announted
nounted announted he would confer with the 1
two top representatives of the un- 1
ion and industry. 1
His announcement indicated i
government concern over t h e
progress of the talks and the (
threat of a strike by 500,000 steel- I
The companies refused to en engage
gage engage in individual contract talks r
with the union after the Steel-
workers doused cold water on the c
two industry proposals for facili facilitating
tating facilitating such meetings.
In a letter to McDonald, the th thdustry'a
dustry'a thdustry'a four man bargaining 1
team said the individual compa- t
nies would not call their full bar- N
gaining milts to New York to I
meet Tuesday with the union's
full negotiating committee.
The industry team members
suggested that the union's 435 ne negotiators
gotiators negotiators either be called together 1
in one room or that the 12 tom 1
any meetings be staggered so
the industry wide bargainers
could attend each one.
After McDonald declinett.to Re
along with these suggestions, the.
industry team notified him that It
would not ittend the 12 separate tl
meetings but would be available
to meet with any union represen representatives.
tatives. representatives. McDonald already has sum-
moned the union's till negotiating
Chinese Junk Under
Red Artillery Cover
Driven Olt By Fire
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) An
armed Chinese Communist junk
approached Kaoteng Island in the
Matsu offshore chain under cover
of a bombardment by Red shore
guns but was driven off by Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist eotmter-fire yesterday, the
defense ministry reported.
Rear Adm. Liu Hoh-tu, ministry
spokesman, refused to spectdate
on the reason for the sea and ar artillery
tillery artillery attack on the tiny island in
the Matsus, northern anchor of
the Nationalist offshore defense
He made no mention of casual casualties
ties casualties or damages.
Liu said that the Reds fired
more than 430 shells at the island
which lies about 6 Mi. leg off the
Communist-held mainland. e d
shore guns hurled more than 444
shells at the Matsus on May. 17 in
the first major bombardment of
the northern offshore islands.
Liu said the Kaoteng garrison'
sighted a three-m a te d junk,1
which was not flying a flag, ap-1
proehing the island shortly after
Nationalist gunners fired sever several
al several warning shots at the junk, ,but 1
it continued to bear down, he
About an hour later, Red shore
guns on Peichiao Peninstda op opened
ened opened up as the junk moved in
closer and began firing, he said.
The junk withdrew after a 10-
Returned In Mail
The Central Employment Office
Ifor the Canal Zone this week pub published
lished published the names of 28 lob annlic annlicants
ants annlicants whose "Notice of Rating"
slips were mailed but returned be because
cause because of insufficient address.
The applicants who are request requested
ed requested to call at the Central Employ Employment
ment Employment Office in Ancon to obtain
their rating notices, arc'
Santiago Acevedo, Juan F. Be Becerra.
cerra. Becerra. Benign Berri, R., Pauli Paulino,
no, Paulino, Bria G., Prospero Co liado O.,
Oscar Cortez, Estanislao Espinosa,
Ma He C. Fitzpatrick, Ricaurte Go
mez C., Nesenio Herrera, Lester
R. Johnson, Elias Jurado Adolfo
Madrigal C. George Marthe, RA.
fael H. Martinez, Bonifacio Moran,
Juan N. Navarrette, Isaias Ran.
gel, David Reins, Corn lio no.
drigues M., Crescencio Rodriguez,
Antonin Saavedra, Manuel A. To.'
rreS. George E. Williams, Er I e
Foster Yearwood, Gabriel Zapatelro.
team for each company to New
York and the illdustry's refusal to
show up at these. sessions is cer certain
tain certain to widen the rift between the
McDonald told a news confer conference
ence conference that if the companies wanted
to change the schedules of the 12
meetings they would have to "con "contact
tact "contact our committee chairman for
each company and make their
"If they want to play ball that
way, let them," McDonald said.
He strongly emphasized that the
union's negotiating committees
would be in 12 separate rooms at
the Hotel Roosevelt, scene of the
negotiators, at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
He said the'union was not con concerned
cerned concerned with low the industry's
four negotiators planned to attend
the 12 meetings at the same time.
"Let them make their own
schedule," he 'added.
The industry's rejection Indi Indicated
cated Indicated it had no plan to try to
change the meeting schedules.
Arthur J. Goldberg, chief union
counsel, said the industry "has a
statutory obligation to bargain in
good faith. We have the right to
mita them to bargain in good
faith by sending people to these
12 meetings who are ready, will willing
ing willing and able to bargain with us,"
McDonald said the wage policY
committee "hooted and howled"
when he read the industry's eight
suggested changes in contract
provisions involving plant work
In its formal statement, the
committee said the industry's
present program is the path to
"disaster and chaos."
It accused the industry of try trying
ing trying to foment' a strike and said
the responsibility for a walkout
would rest squarely with the companies.
Lists 52 Positions
Open For Applicants
Fifty-two positions are now av available
ailable available with th Canal organiza organization,
tion, organization, aceording to the transfer-vacancy
bulletin of the Personnel
Bureau. Ten of the openings are
for towboat masters (pilot train training)
ing) training) in the Navigation Division,
and 11 are in the Health Bureau.
Health Bureau positions are
clerk, dictation machine operator;
clerk stenographer, for which there
are two openings; clerk typist;
dental hygienist; dietitian; hospi hospital
tal hospital attendant; medical radiological
technician; nurse anesthetist; oc occupational
cupational occupational therapist; and optometrist.
Openings in the Industrial Divt Divtsion
sion Divtsion are for a graduate intern (In (Industrial
dustrial (Industrial Engineer); marine ma machinist;
chinist; machinist; for which there are two
openings; pipefitter; shipfitter; and
supervisory general engineer.
Eight vacancies exist in the
Locks Division. They are towing
operator machinist for which
there are two openings: and lock
operator electrician for which
there are two openings; and lock
operator electrician for which
there are three openings.
Other openings are electronics
mechanic, clerk typist. and tele telephone
phone telephone operator (part-time). in the
Electrical Division; fire-fighter in
the Fire Division; truck driver,
and an automotive machinist in
the Motor Transportation Division;
recreation assistant, for which
there are two vacancies, librarian librarianteacher,
teacher, librarianteacher, and switiming pool man manager
ager manager in the Division of Schools;
motion picture operator in the Sup SupPly
Ply SupPly Division; conductor in the
Railroad Division; two openings
for supervisory construction inspec inspector
tor inspector for the Balboa Bridge Project;
clerk-stenographer in the Adminis Administrative
trative Administrative Branch, and supervisory
clerical, assistant in the Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation Division.
Canal lone library
Of CEPAI Matins
A set of documents,. including
reports and addresses presented at
last month's meeting of the Eco Economic
nomic Economic Commission for Latin A America
merica America in Panama. hRs been pre presented
sented presented to the Canal Zone Library
by the Department of Statistics
and Census of the Office of Pane Panemn's
mn's Panemn's Comptroller General.
The documents, although not a
running file of the meeting's pro procedures.
cedures. procedures. Include material distribut distributed
ed distributed to delegates to tho meetings
and are mostly in English. Among
the documents are 51 mimeo mimeogrRnhed
grRnhed mimeogrRnhed pamphlets.
Tte materiel is kept in the lib
rary's vertical file. It is available
hv innuiry at tho desk of the main
library in the Civil Affairs Build Building.
ing. Building. A special message of thinkt has
been sent by Mrs. Eleanor D.
Burnham, Canal Zone Librarian.
to Miss Luisa E. Quesada, Direc Director
tor Director of the Department of Statls.
tip rind Census. who Presented
th Economic Commission materiaL
.d r.d L2
STUDENT FEDERICO FLORES, along with 19 other Panamanian members of Class 59- w I ft
graduated from the School for Latin Amer lea, USAF, at Albrook Aix Force Base, receives 410.r.
diploma for Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon, commander at the Caribbean Air Command. 1.it.
Col. Raul Arias, aide to the President or Pana was present to congratulate the students 3
from Panami. Above from left to right are: Arias, Landon, Flores, and Col. Phil 'B. Cage, catm..:
mandant of the school. Other Panamanian members of the dem to graduate were On' wt.,
background) Virgin Vega, Rodrigo Rodriguez, Rafael Ayala, Jos Olivo de la Ifni, Roberto Gir; 7,74
cia, Luis Gonzalez, Rigoberto NG Silgado, Emilio Joseph, Carlos Cordoba, Danello Arce,
dio de Freitas, David Estrella, Carlos Sibuat, Horacio Grau, Braulio Arosemena, Arnaldo Beltran, Af
Amilcar David Alvarado, Arnulfo Rodriguez and Anibal Martinez. : :
Air Force School For Latin Americat:
Graduates 115 Men In Its 29th Clasl
The School for Latin, America,
MAE', at Albrook Air Force Base,
conducted graduation exercises for
its 29th consecutive class on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the Albrook Base Theatre.
The 115 graduating Latin Ameri American
can American students have completed ov over
er over five months of specialized train training
ing training and represent nine countries.
Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon,
Commander, Caribbean Air Com Command,
mand, Command, presented diplomas to the
graduates during the impressive
ceremony. The students were al also
so also congratulated by diplomatic re representatives'
presentatives' representatives' from their respec respective
tive respective countries.
A !erg. group of military dig dignitaries
nitaries dignitaries and diplomats were pre present
sent present to hear Landon address the
audience in Spanish.
He expressed his convictions in
that there is an intimate relation relationship
ship relationship between military and civil
aeronautics. The military provides
for protection and with civil avia aviation
tion aviation work for the economic better betterment
ment betterment of the country.
He also said that the future of
the School for Latin America. US USAF,
AF, USAF, will, be, in the sympathetic
and capable hands of Maj. Gen.
Leland S. Stranathan, the future
Commander of the Caribbean Air
Command, who was oresent for
the graduation ceremony.
In parting Landon stated.to the
students: "As a final order, I com command
mand command you to take a Personal mes message
sage message to youT resnective command commanders,
ers, commanders, in each of your countries. Re Relate
late Relate to them that I have made a
public statement of my profound
gratitude for the regal welcome,
for the demonstrated affection
shown me when visiting your coun countries,
tries, countries, for the wholehearted cooper cooperation
ation cooperation given me in solving our mu mutual
tual mutual problems and thus having
made my tour in the Caribbean
Air Command the most satiqfyina,
in my more theft- 30 years of mili military
tary military service."
, The Program began with the in introdoction
trodoction introdoction of honor guests as they
were seated' in front of thn lags
of the 21 American republics on
the Stage of the theatre.
MOM 111 MOM STAN Of MRS
The 776th Air Force Band tin.
der the direction of Chief Warrant
Officer Herman Englert played
the United States National Anthem,
followed by the Invocation deliv delivered
ered delivered by Chaplain (1st Lt. Rob Robert
ert Robert G. Nelson.
Class 59-B, was composed of
9 Bolivians, 9 Chileans, 25 Ecua Ecuadorians,
dorians, Ecuadorians, 10 Guatemalans, 6 Ni Nicaraguans,
caraguans, Nicaraguans, 20 Panamanians, 9
Peruvians, 5 Uruguayans, and
Col. Phil B. Cage, commandant
of the school Presented sports
trophies lo the captains of the
winning teams in basketball. ping pingpong,
pong, pingpong, soccer, softball, volleyball
and the coveted Commandant's A Award,
ward, Award, which is 'given to' the out outstanding
standing outstanding student and sportsman in
Student Cecil Troya, Jr., of E Ecuador,
cuador, Ecuador, addressed the audience
Ile expressed his thanks to the
instructors. tie School and the U United
nited United States Government for mak making
ing making it possible for the 115 students
to advance their military and
technical traininq by attending the
School for Latin America, USAF,
Lt. Albert Medalist of Peru,
spoke in Enelish.
United Fund Calls
For 1959 Campaign
Paul M. Runnestrand, executive
director of the Canal Zone United
Fund, today issued a call to all
eligible organizations to apply for
admission to the 1959 United Fund
Each participating agency must
apply for readmission yearly, the
Zone United Fund office said.
Letters of application should be
received by July 1,'
agencies are requested lo furn furnish
ish furnish estimates of their dollar re requirements
quirements requirements by the same date.
skle similarly expressed -his ieetti
ings as well as that of his fellow;
students toward the friendly 'coo,
peration encountered as well ',IC
the everlasting friendships in thew
interest of hemispheric solidlittif;
made while at the schooL
The students, as in previous
classes, sang the "Hymn of: the
Americas" accompanied by per'.
sonnel of the 776th Air Force Ban&
The graduation exercise wilt eon.
eluded by the Benediction which
was delivered by IVIonsignor
Punzolo,' Papal Islinici to Pallatila
To iet Mititillest
MCRAE, Ga. alPI)--The
yesterday said a pileup of 19 tail tailroad
road tailroad cars here last Sunday 'Tao
caused by a 10-year-old Negtro?
who threw a switch while ploying
on the tracks. The boy was
dered to undergo a mental exatni.
The derailment caused wide
alarm because two of the cars
contained deadly chlorine gat.
None of the gas escaped, however.
The cafs contained enough of.,,tle
deadly substance to wipe out-titis
small town had the cars brelan
The boy, whose name was 4th 4thheld,
held, 4thheld, was ordered held 'untiC:Ila
can be examined. ...so
The boy.' who lives near Zio
scene of the wreck, Friday took
agents of the FBI, the Gedrtit
Bureau of Investigation and Iota!
polite to the scene and deal
strafed how he broke open 0,,te
switch box and threw the swItIt.
Shortly after the wreck.; pollee
and Civil Defense authorities,'Ze
slared state of standby err.,
gency while,workers ttied tcab
fermine,a-whether the ears were
leaking the deadly gas.
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ment Office in Ancon to obtain cedures. Include material distribut- 1
their rating notices, are: ed to delegates to tho meetings
Santiago Acevedo, Juan F. Be- and are mostly in English. Among
k, -erg cerra. Benigno Berri, R., Pauli- the documents are 51 mimeo mimeo,
ii,41111 no, Bria G., Prospero Collado O., granhed pamphlets.
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4111.40, Itto MaHe C. Fitzpatrick, Ricaurte Go- cary's vertical file. It is available JEAN SIMMONS,
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