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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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System ID: AA00010883:00746
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P. THURSDAY, MAT 13, 1055


W I. I'TO- 19 (UP.) recentt EIsenhower
ay v y petlpy increase oh would have given
JO-000 worlkr w an avae 8.8 percent wage

Mr. Iseehhower 6bjected to t Ill because It Would
subeWtimlO*y J 0r4e th1 postal .fiolt and create new
pay inequitkse affeotig thoueantds postal employee.

The President's veto carried
Implications over and beyond
the simple question of a ema
n a Mb I se
perentge i pay bike t or
It is bS4 tIha bI aetien

posals for a py raise
for Civl a 'w _k .
Postal we P -the Canal
Zone would ha*e benefited aloni
with those t the continental
United States had the President
signed the measure instead of
vetoing it.
The measure would cost the
treasury $179,000,000.
In a veto message to the'Sei-
ate, the Chef Executive said the
measure also created rtave ad-
minlstralAve problems in the es-
mtablaset of thousands of In-
dlviduapay rates mad forced
"awkw d-.unfair adminis-
trative prao tl" on a govern-
ment departmost.
Originally, Mr. Eisenhower
proposed a fve r cent pay In-
crease which, along with adjust-
ments in csiftions, would

I Cop Exlains

Ga InThe tanks

when a woman fan- sitting .
front o him waved ,tler handbag
so widely it struck him in tme
caobon kept right on rtotila
Moore scored a ap1lt dedislai

to be wrong. 0
He put his hand to his mouth,
found one of his middle front
teenth bad gone down and out
. fr tle count.

21 Polo Cases

In Families With

Cutter VaccIne

-The, Public Health Service to-
day reported a3 oss of polio a-
mong ae families of cldren
who raselved vaccine produced
by .b0M.t Laboratories In
It alo apnolmced that its e-
pidemic intellgence agents have
found "a high degree of corre-
lation" between the part of the
body in which first paralysis oc-
curred and the part of the body
In which the shot given in
40 of the 50 Ca ws o polio a-
meng o children who received
Cutter vcci; 7ne
The health service made the
doclpam in its weekly sum-
efy _nommunicable diseases.
It said 189 new cases of polio
were reported In the country
last week, a 27 per cent increase
over the preceding week, and Si
cent above the correpond-
In week of 194.
Officials declined to assign
any direct connection between
the $ polio cases among fami-
of vaocimated children and
vaccine. The rice sid 11
Vre adults and mte died.
The easses occurred in nine
state: CalfWornia, Idaho, Colo-
rado, Georga, Maryland. Npva-
da, Tennessee, New MeIdeo and
The service said type I polio
Virus was Isolated in several ef
The service m said that 2
"househMl contact" ~ce and
77 c ong Inoculated chu-I
dren .v_ reported to be
relatively sve.

First Aid rse
Starts On 0,-is'W
In Diablo ihts
A 12-bour CivOl forst
aid coRr. wVl tart rb- the
towlasito of it.= ; Wm.=

ha1 gtu
to ci

I thr total increase
mt. That would have
rnment about $3M.-

the second time M W
NMa wer had vetoed a p tl
pay jneaae. Lat year, he ve-
toed five per cent pay in-
rea Te vet dtauk.
The resident said the total
cost o. the 8.8 per cent pay in-
creaw bill would have risen
close t, $180,000.,00.
He .ASd the increase was "sub.
stantl.y greater" than neces-
dary t'adjust postal pay to a
fair le t1, either from the stan-
pont pay for comparable
[wot increase in the cost of

lOv .or Trial

l zzloe
10y hearing was waiv-
ed j-boa Magistrate's Court
tWtMmiorng for oitttney A.
Bdfti, 33-year-ol Panauna-
ni, charged with .tr separ-
at Mts of embe maent.
. Carringtol appeared
as t e for Hezlj who wu
b<*KwAtor tria ip US Via.-
tri~e~trt on charged of abl,
ceIn wirth three eparat
loo ;wopmonaxif o 0 eacM

over and above the specific fnda
Henlin Is chsiged with thez-
lThe defend ^ out a ball.

Red Guan Tighten

Around eBM'N
BERLIN, May 19 (UP)-Com-
munist border guards fired se-e
ven shots at a West Berlin taxi
today and tightened Berlin's ba-
by blockade.
Simultaneously East German
Reds attacked West Berlin Ma-
ior Otto 8uhr for his trip to the
United 8States.
The Communist Party news-
paper "Neues Deutschland" said
uhr's trip cost $6,000 and the
mayor had been "bought" by the
United States for'this price.

Suhr's statement made on his
arrival in New York yesterday,
that Berliners would not agree
to a neutral Germany as the
price for reunification.
Suhr Is in New York to attend
the U.S. conference of mayors.
Communistplice fired the
seven shots aV the West Berlin
taxi driving along a border road
on the boundary of the British
sector of Berlin and the Soviet
Rone of Germany.
. No one was injured, Western
police reported.
A British military police Jeep
patrol drove to the border but
t two Communist border
'*mds had disappeared.
H a st German Communists
tightened Inter-zonal travel re-
Western officials said the
Communist sharply reduced the
flow of- Bast Germans to West
Berlin and West Germany as
weln as trips of West Berliners
to the Soviet sone.

Damaged 'Ponitao'
Going to Costa Rica
To Be Repaired
TMThe Chileah vessel Panwtao
which has been In Cristobal har-
bor for the past makth is dye to
transmit the Canal southbound to-

severall Meceaus among the
romw and oasal 1aste e
dto thir agmue C -

Eqghsh-Spanih Switch No Problem

In Latin American Schools-Donovan

Otudixts of the Latin American
eomdory scbhols in the Canal
tZoaaTne xpeeted to eacqunter
few dlhwAtles in the change from
SngliJtld Spanish as the teach-
ng language when schools reopen
Mn July.
This l1qnapn was expressed byl
H. L. Dnovl, Civil Affairs Dl-
tector, darig the monthly con.
forence ts week dl Governor By-
bold with representatives of the
Local-Rata'lvic Councils.
Donovan was invited to attend
the meetlg tb discuss the change
to Spanish language in the upper
grades after Rupert Wilson, of La
Yca Cidt Council, had express-
ed axiety about problems in-
vaolved in the change.
Wiso ta d questioned the abili
Ly of students to make the change
without great difficulty after hav-
ing att'Jnded schools for several
year in which the teaching lan-
guae Was English.
Sobk Se io and Donovaa sp-
presed enthusiasm over the sue-
ces of the use of oPanbh In the
rrimtry grades.
The Civil Affairs Director also
called special attention tb the
work and enthusiasm of ~eacers
who are underlobg i.tembnve
prearation for r i e.
ost dt the students lo'H high-
er grades have had sev~t years

Albr.ok Plan

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of study of Spanish which will be
of material asaistane. to them in
making the clpnge. The opposite
was true of the students In the
first six grades since many of
them bad never received any
training in tie use of Spajqisb.
In discussing the program, Don.
ovean expressed the opinion that
secondary school students will
receive a good education and will
leave school better fitted for work
in Panama.
The organization of a recreation
program for children living in the
local-rate towns and the develop
ment of a long range plan for the
development of sueh a program
was another of the problems dis-
cussed at the monthly meeting.
In reply to a question brought
by E. L. Fawcett, Paraso Civic
Council representatvie, Seybold
sugested th;t the members of the
Civic councils make a survey of
their needs so that a recreation
program could be developed to tie
min with other recreation activities.
In response to a report made by
Pawcett that gambling had become
something ola nuisance and was
contributing to juvenile delinquen-
cy, Syold replied that the police
had checked this matter exten-
sively and taat the consensus was
that there was no aggravated
gambling condition in Paraiso.
Specific charges should be made
in these matters, since it is phy-
sically Impossible for the police
to be everywhere at once. He al-
w stressed the need for parents'
responsibility in these matters.

hence MikAIM

" erLL. 0. 'h" rowe1s
Palmaa Airpdrt near Per%. owe rs
nobody was Injured in the ael r a
The aircraft was returning to PARIS, May 1 (1 ) The
the Canal Zone from Chile with government today approved a
16 passengers and crewmen a- $83,715,000 research program to
board, make France a major atomic
One woman, thi wife of a p.wer capable of building nu-
maMAter sergeant attached to the clear weapons and atomic-pow-
USAF mission in Santiago, Chi- ered ships and. planes.
le, Ws on the passenger list. Premier Ndzp lFaure and his
Also aboard were three Chi. cabinet, in a.mgiht-lonx session,
lean Army officers bound for Ft. approved derees setting up the
Oulick, and thrae Peruvian cad- program to extaMd over the next
eta. two and one-ha#t years.
"The C-47 was pUotpd by MaJ- The program provides that:
or Barl 0. Hicks. 1. Researchers will push work
Albrook was informed by ra- on plans tobuild atomic engines
dio that the plane took off from for ships and eventually for air-
Lima and had climbed to 8500 planes.
feet its cruising altitude 2. Output of atomic raw mate-
when the pilot experienced en- rials will be increased both In
gine difficulty which necessitate. France and overseas, especially
ed return to Lima. In the uranium-rich island of
Weather conditions required Madagascar.
him to land at Las Palmas. a 3. New atomic piles and re-
Peruvian military airfield under search laboratories will be con-
construction on the outskirts of structed.
Lima. 4. Old plantswill be expand-
Hicks made a normal landing ed and new ones constructed for
at the airfield but one of the processing uranium and manu-
aircraft's landing gear struck a facturing heavy water.
mound of earth on the runway. The new plan marks a sharp
The plane was considerably increase in atomic spending
damaged but there were no In- over the first French atomic
juries to crew or passengers. plan set in motion in 1952. That
This was the first damage to pla called for expenditure of
an aircraft attached to the Ca- 1l05.508.600.
ribbean Air Command since It will give a powerful boost
1952 when a light plane made a to all branches of nuclear re-
forced landing in Jungle terrain, search in a nation which helped
(An amphibian which crashed guide the wiorld to the secrets
this spring in Colombia was a of atomic but was badly
rescue craft of the 28th Air outdistan ed fMer the 1940 col-
Rescue Squadron. Both outfits lapse.
operate from Albrook AFB.) Although the program Is de-
A board of qualified Albrook voted to peaceful atomic uses,
officers left immediately for Las Faure recently said he consid-
Palmas to investigate the acci- ered it likely France would build
dent and return the crew and atomic weapons if the interns-
passengers to the Canal Zone. tional situation did not Improve.

,000 K d ForC

E Poinf Four


(NEA Telephoto)
IN COURT Mrs. Mary L.
Kayes, 43, of Rhinebeck, N. Y.,
laughingly enters co u r t at
Poughkeepsie por her trial on
charges of fling to yield, a
party telephob line to a fire
warden who wanted to report
a fire last January 21. Mrs.
Kayes faces a maximum pen-
alty of a year In aill and a $500
fine it convicted.

Son Of Colon

Mayor Wins


, B a z a l o f C o l o 1 M a e 3
Dominar nazan, was among t
20 Cristobal High School cadets
who were presented ith ROTC
awards during the Lb Manual
awards bali held recently by the
Cristoba. High School Reserve Of.
ficers Training Crops in the Of-
f:cers' Club in Cqco Solo
Basea was announced as win-
ner of the Governor's Cup, which
is given to the cadet making the
highest maiks on the annual ex-
amination in Military Science and
Tactics. The presentat i o n was
made by Governor J. S. Seybold.
Second and third place were won
Ly Cadet 8FC James E. Ambrose
and Cadet First Lt. James. S.
Facer,. respectively.
Battalion commander Cadet Lt.
Col. Harvey D. Smith won first
place ad the most distinguished ca-
det, an award presented by the
Atlantle Chapter Reserve Officers'
Association on the basis of overall
academic standing in school, daily
grade average in military science
and ta,.tics, final examine t i n
grade and the faculty's evalUa-
t..- .f leadershin ability. Second
and th'rd pace was won by Ba-
.ii ana Caaet SFC James. E.
Smitn also was announced as
winner of the cadet sabre prsnt
ed by :he Elks Lodge No. 1542 to
the most outstanding cadet offer
of the Cristobal High School ROTC.
Cadet Caot. Tony A. Noboa was
presented with the Students As-
sociation award, which Is given by
the Cristobal High School Studnts
Association tc the "ideal cadet of-
ficer" as selected by the faculty
and Students Association. Nobea al-
so was winner of the Boons of the
American Revolution medal pro-
Eented to the cadet who Is out-
standing in leadership, studies and
military bearing.
The Etudents Association NCO
medal, given by the -Cristbeal High
(Continued on Page 6, CoL 5)

Senators Probe Charges Of Graft

In Purchase Of Military Uniforms
WASHINGTON, May 19- (UP) Goldman." Goldman, Rubin said, by another witness as a "Mr.
-A business representative for was fnd detects in the rain- Bamuels."
t w garment manufacturers coats madby the Ansonia Gar- The previous witness, Mrs.
testified yesterday he loaned ment Co., Amaala, Conn. Ruth Evelove Piccult, a pretty
money to a Navy Inspector and 2. Bought a coat for a "Mrs. bookkeeper, had said "Mr. Sam-
bought a cost as a Christmas Hort" whom s identified by an- uels" called at Rubin's office
present for a ady procurement other vi p a contract ad- every Friday to collect "an en-
official for the Army. minstrater rthe Army Quar- velope."
But he denied under oath the termite Prurement Center Rubin said he had not known
charges of senators that he was nla New Th. e -said he bought it, but he conceded the man
"an influence peddler" and that the coat "#s f Christmas pre- identified as "Mr. Samuels" was
the loans were "the pay-off 'for sent... be I knew her as a his Julius Goldman.
iaspection favors. o of M. o, "Dift .you arrange for him
The senator are looking into wBles her husband's to .eoe to your office every
hargs of Npan SI the purchase koont S. I bought the Friday? WasnMt that the P"y 4
etmUitary m sfwm. coat. E--ui ,ly. off? Me Clellan demanded M
Marvin L Un, a alee-k mus- RMw O as w hop- M Rubin he wan umsde
Inched mm, told the senate to t with Ansonma oath.
enmen t bv1w ti U on Mb-s s. several occa-
eamuites: "There never was a t taid, he loaned No sir," Rubin said.
p-o.o put the to- "Is that the only ou
- p tesbw that super. i a period t ade a pay-off"? Meli
I ..w1 he E..u later
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SPoint Four activities in Pana-
ma will be extended for five
years according to new basic a-
greementa signed this week bY
the governments of the Repub-
lic of Panama and the United
According t he new agree-
ments, the Point Four program
will continue to assist the Pan-
amanian Government until 18060
in those fields of activity most
needed In the Republic.
The agreemetne assure the
continuatl n of activities cov-
ering the operation of projects
In agriculture, education, pub-
iHe health, social welfare, eco-
neosle development, public ad-
minIstration, Industries and
civil aviation.
The technical cooperation ac-
tivities were Initiated in Pana-
ma in 1942 with a small public
health project which continued
until 194i.
In 1947, the governments of
Panama and the United States
signed agreements by which a
new education project was es-
tablished to assist the Ministry
of Education in developing pro-
grams in elementary rural edu-
cation, industrial arts and voca-
tional education.
New fields of activity were de-
veloped later with the establish-
ment of programs In agriculture,
oublie health and social welfare.

n governMent as req



Try Brings RP Man

Before Balboa Bar
A man who allegedly tried tc
snatch a wallet from a woman
counting her money outside Tlv-
oll Commissary, was bound over
in Balboa Magistrate's court to-
day for trial by a higher tribu-
na .
Roberto Ochoa P., 34, Panama-
nian, will be tried in U.S. Dis-
trict Court for grand larceny
even though he failed in his at-
tempt to snatch a bright blue
billfold from the hand of Mrs.
Maria Bustamante de Leon. He
is charged with attempting to
remove money from the person
of the complaining witness.
The victim told the court she
was counting her money when
she heard footsteps behind her
and Ochoa snatched at her bill-
fold. But she clutched it tightly
and managed to hold on to It.
He gave up the attempt and ran
into Panama territory she said.
Mrs. de Leon told the court she
had $20 in the billfold at the
Ochoa was picked up for loi-
tering around the commissary a-
gain yesterday, when police iden-
tified him from the description
given by Mrs. de Leon. He was
later sentenced to ten days in
jail on the loitering charge be-
fore being bound over for trial
for grand larceny.

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Reinstated Fast


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WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP) The House.
priations committee recommended today $14,500,01nG.
operating expenses and $1,800,000 for capital outlet*
the Canal Zone during the coming fiscal year. .-
At the same time, the committee recommended .
free public kindergartens in the Zone should be reinst,
as soon as possible, and also said a majority of its
bership feels "the abandonment of the railroad shoultI
looked into b the appropriate legislative committee'
the House before any further action is taken on the n
The totals approved by the committee are, res
tively, $517,000 and $81,000 less than the Budget .
mates, although they are $482,000 and $385,000
than last year s funds.
The increases, according to the -
committee, were made necessary dA-*A I, l
to cover employee benefits au- 'JulM UUr K icns I
thorized by the Fringe Benefits .. R. 3
Act Key MMIy A IAM
n a u o ;:o La i i i le n m u"n . "

In addition to its re
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11c- iaed to a freighter aIcellor Nonrad
and thereafter reconverted to a &lpared today for ur
passenger carrying wsel. altations with three key
bassadors as the Soviets ste
*While this may not be too up a campaign to neo
serious as far as its Immediate Germany n the same ma
the company is concerned, the
committee wonders whether Adenauer, vacationing at
th is an ndatioa of the Black Forest hideout at
manner In which other more Hoehe, sent out orders last ni"
important decision are being to the West German a6
handled by the board of direc- dors to Washington, London ia .
tors of the company," the re- Pairs to return here next wee. k
port said. for "consultations and instirjt-.
ort Iidions."
"Such indecision reflects Im-
proper planning and it naturally The move was a complete sure
prompts inquiry on the part of praise. It was announced with
the committee.' dramatic suddenness after Ade-
________ ~nauer had conferred at length
at Buehler oehea yesterday wVth
n n Barred State Secretary Walter Hallelp
and Herbert Blankenhorn, awg .
SamlJ ly appointed permanent 1
In atiHal Guard German representative to N
Officials gave no hint I
WASHINGTON, May 19-(UP) Adenauer and his two to -
-The House today reaffirmed a eign policy aide. discu
stand against racial segregation what prompted him asdde
in the National Quard by recall
standing vote of 167 to 143. However, diplomats po
out that the decision cameft, -
Unless reversed on a possible the moment when the west las |
later roll call, the action could making serious preparations for
lead to defeat of president Els- the fortheomIn i Four talks
enhower's Compulsory Military with the Sovietas t concede
Reserve Training bill. with what appeared -tobes
jor Soviet campaign to AlO,-
The house vote rejected an a- 000,000 Germans into the neutra :
amendment to knock out of the belt Moscow is trying to crete
bill authority for assigning re- between the pro-wetaern power
servists to National Guard units. blocs
All indications were tbht Mos- .
This would have eliminated cow was planning to offer the
an amendmeAt, adopted yester- Germans reunification their .
day to bar assignment of reserv- number one goal-in exchange
lati tosegregated National Guard for neutralization like tiny Au-
unit. tria.


Tentative Plans
Made To Bury
Dr. Walter Nelsonl
Relatiwves of Dr. Walter 0. 31
son, who died yesterday mn.
Ing, have received word t
Washington that tentative plans
have been made foe his bui
on May 26 at Arlington Cen
Dr. Nelson was the qhef of4
preventive medicne and quar a-
tin division of the Cw wPe
government. : .
He died sudee asf okr A
of a heart a PNI t49
home at-ia..

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IRanking fourth in tna list of fatal diseases is alcoholism. In
of the considerable leaearch in this direction no generally
ted cure has been discovered. Numerous so called remedies
flooded the market usually by well meaning, but, often by
pulonu persona looking for a fast dollar.
'nE ~so-called cure can be considered nothing more than a
and the alcoholic places his (or her) dependence upon
Ing which does nothing to help solve the problem.
Medical science can sober u alcoholics and start them bac
the road to sanity. However, from this point onward they
on their own and the doctor becomes baffled and increasing-
weary of the returning drunk. He wonder why he or the
tUent failde.
Actuallythe relapse lay in the failure of the alcoholic to
& a hangover and consequent sobering up.
A Among the most widely used drugs in the field of alcoholism
SAntabuse. This violent drug Is prescribed safely only i ya
Vutable doctor. Patient reaction to the drug is unpredictable
p- has proven fatal in some insances. We have observed al-
oles take thV drug and chase it down with alcohol being fully
e of the terrible reaction which follows.
healcoholics resort to the b Prbituats in an effort to
l kf the lncrsiMc gly progressive grip of alcohol. From the use
barbituates to narcotics is but a short step and the patient
kLcomes chained to another vicious menace.
S Too often the alRcbhi.c attempts to hide his (or her) cond-
S from loved ones, friends and neighbors. In this they Wal
'rltlfully unsuccessful, and. family and friends try to cone l
d t Is obvious from thc neighbors and society. Pleas, lectures
Ard threats are of no apparent value in stopping the alcohol
.A the downward flight to oblivion
The Fellowship of Alcoholic Anonymous provides a solution
the alcoholic who sincerely desires freedom from alcoholism.
Administers no drugs and provides no illusive crutch.
.Itis composed solely of alcoholics who, by following the sim-
program of recovery, designed by themselves, have learned
leadenormal and useful lives without alcohol.
There are no membership fees or other assessments in AA.
,Anonymity is the watchword which is rigidly observed. It binds
.n one by pledge or oath and extracts no promises. The new-
Scomer is on equal terms with anyone in the group simply because
everyone within AA is but a drink away from another tailspin.
Perhaps someday a miracle will happen which will allow al-
qholics to drink normally. Until this happens we AA's regard
.l.oholel Anonymous a3 our only hope to stay alive and keep
our sanity.

S" y ney stoo the smoking in the Balboa and Cristobal
theaters? By the -time the second show comes you can hardly
mm the screen.
The Army and Navy theaters do not allow smoking and they
seem to be doing all right. Weary Wile

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Crossword Lunch 11


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2 Confess
S eHkes 3Simple
taumalestor 4- and
lunch butter
SBoston's 5 Cushion
favorite lunch Eaten away
n Above 7 hidsu
SJamon's ship monater 24 Straed
Blackbird of 8 Sellng instrument
cuckoo family organs 25 Region
*ul,1ghters 9 Date recot..s 26 Little world
Cafederate 10 Individuals 28 Poetry muse
W m-a l 11 Regulated 30 Otherwlse
lunch 31 Foreteller
Most profound 16 Made amuads 33 Plants
I0 ee 3 20 Balance 38 Turs outward
child 22FaIls 40Attack


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towns, many a woman goes toldered it the producer planned in
sork or a needle machine while vliting te critics back for another
the husband cares for the home look.
So the AFL's Ladies Garment '.-He can't,' giggled a colyumist,
Workers Union vice president in "Theres no roomli"
the area-David Gingold-has been...
scouring the big cities for indus-

tinausts who woula set up snop in
jobs-for the men..
Late last year the union suec
needed in bringing a textile mill
-o Shamokin, where it isexpected
tc hire 100 men eventually. That's
cnly a beginning for Gingold, one
of David Dubinsky's aides.
The psychological hazards are
tremendous. The men have not
liked the idea of doing "women's
work." But it is a case of sutr
v;val now.
It maiht be a good Idea for
hJlton Eimsehower, president or
renn State College, to drive to
Washington the next time he
visits Dwight D. Eladahower.
President of the U.S.
Miltor would see a few of the
repressed areas There should be
none. Between them the two
Eisenhowers co ud help their
neighbors. I'm certain they want
to. Thiq is written so they may
know some of their fellow.Pnnsyl.
vanians need help.

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Bob Hope's new book,. "Have
Tux, Will Travel," sold 101,6000
copies to date. (Pete Martin was
Poswell) . .Latest Tune Pan Al-
lay inanity: "I'm Left, You're'
'light, She's Gone". .Arthur
Brown (ex Stork Club mgr) was
seriously hurt in a 3-car crash. .'
You can be a Broadway click and
still be little known. Take Alan
Schneider, frixample. Directed the,
current success, "Anastasia," and
last season's "Pennypacker." (Al-
an, this wand now makes you fam
ous) . In case the problem caus-|
es you any anxiety the movie "The
Bandit," is now known as "The
Naked Dawp" .Don't miss Phil-
ip Wiley's Satewepost fantasy: H.
bombs kil and angel bearing a
message to all nations. The mes
.age: Love one another" .. .Dr.
Salk is Harold Lloyd's lookalike
. .The Lobster Restaurant's lat-
est dish is named: "Gina Lobster-

The wire service boys were
dreaming one up when they par
layed a polite little exchange (of
conversational bokays between
Grace Kelly and Jean Pierre Au
month) into a romance. It started
when Jean Pierre invited Her
Grace to a private tete-a-tete lunch
eon in a Riviera bistro. .Being
quite a showman he also told the
P where trey could be discov
ered. The AP man was just dy
ing for some kind of a story out
of Cannes. ..To justify the Ex
pense Account. .But Grace didn i
o into a bhlue sulk when Jean
Pierrre flew back to Paris. .Sh
semed to be enjoying the Bacca
rat Table at the Casino. .Her

Washingtor reporter Anthony
L wis won the Pulitzer Prize for
National Reporting. .His wife
vwas first to get the news. ..The
AP phoned her to ask where Tony
was. ."I don't know," she said.
Why?". .When they told her-
she didn't believe it. "This isut
lunny,' she complained. .But
then the United Press called heo
P.nd confirmed it. ..She's still cry
ikg with pride.
Gigll, who panned Americans
hard to rejoin Mussolini (after
making his mint here) is back for
another hatful. (He's one Fascist
who didn't lose the war) . .Fred
MacMuiray has no problems about
critics or options. Owns a million
in realty. .Talk about illusion.
wreckers: Modern Screen reveals
that Gina wears a girdle. .Lisa
Ferraday (Hiungarian born) says:
"Magda Gabor is the only Hun-
garian girl who isn't living on all-
mony!" . .That reminds us of
this eavesdropped repartee in the
Cub: "What's he do for a living?
He never works!" . ."He'sin
tte husband business' . The ai-

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If President ENeuhodwer's clou-
tst adviser would drive 30 or 40
mUies from th eoelege town in
which be makes his home, he
would find areas as grimly de-
pressed as any we are aiding
Not more than a fast hour's
arive from Pennsylvia State
' o .ge its own present, Milton
Elathooer, would discover that
thusands of men, and their wives
and their kius are living meagerly
off surplus government food which
is swirg in by the carload.
Otherwise they might starve.
Amid all our plenty, amid a
foowin boom, the nation seems
to ha" forgotten thousands oa
families who settled there 100-
years ago. Those who can leave
Co so and ,tus has sprung up a
new kind of "Okle"-out of the
mining and, industrial areas of
Central Pennsylvania.
Many of those who are bound
to the roil and the craggy terrain
dtop dormant deep mines have
exhausted their rights to unem
ploymei t insurance. They have
liquidated their savings accounts.
I hey have borrowed on their in
Xgrance policies and have no hope
of repaying them-and so their
families face a future without'
en thins kind of protection.
These jobless miners and other
workers in Central Pennsylvania
%re living off publc'assistance and
surplus food To get this assis.
tance these men were forced to
permit the state to place liens
against their homes for the
amount of public assistance they
receive to stay alive.
They have ben fed by grace.
of 184 railroad carloads of this
surplus food which we seem so
eager to sell abroad.
In three Pennsylvania counties,
for example, up to March 1, 1955,
there were distributed six-and-a
hIalf carloads of beans, 35 carload:
-: beef, 40 carloads of butter, 38
carloads of cheese, 39 such loads
ol dries milk, two and-a half of
r'ce ani 33 of shortening.
In Altoona. at the beginning of
1555, there were 10,000 men out
of work, according to a congres-
rional source. And 6,000 of them
were railroad people who had used
ut.p their unemployment insurance.
Incidentally: the process of eco-
nomic erosion in this area began
cack in 1939. At that time we
permitted Russian slave mined
roal to be dumped in the U.S. and
many deep mines closed in Cen-
tral Penpsylvania.
However, the Western Pn
vaela Counties are not'
Ohes h by jt in byP
anty 4 n
right acreos-
psychologically as well ms e :o-
nomically depressed because their
women folk have bec ome the
1-readwinners w hile they are
forced ito idleness.
The women have found Jobs In
the needle trades shops, many o!j
which have left New York an'd
other big cities. In the mining

The governors also grumbled
against Ohio's Gov. Frank Lausche
for high hatting, their private Dem-
rcratic meeting. Lausche had boy-
cotted the session with the crack
tlhat he wouldn't participate in de-
&troylng their host of the previous
night, meaning Eisenhower.
"If Lausche aspires to the Dem.
ocratic presidential nomination, he
.ure cooked his goose," snorted
one governor.
On the other hand, Tennessee's
3oung ov. Frank Clement emerg-
ed from the meeting with his po-
litical stock boosted. He impres
Fed the othet governors with his
articulate, outspoken manner.
Most of the meeting was de
voted to a discussion of finances.
Uutler also promised to supply
the governors with campaign am
:unition in the form of fact sheets
the DemocratW Digest, and otej
itsearch. .-* -..
The session ended with the Pif
ocratic governors united as a pow.
erful force inside the party.
TE: Commenting about Shiv-
4t presence, one governor re-
taked fteward; "Some t fus
houglht we h$o a spyin p uribidst
But we let our hair down In front
of him anyhow."
If and when .the Salk vaccine
Inoculations arei resumed, as the
Public teaitt 8etvice expects them
to be, need for federal supervision
and control will be all the more
This developed during congress.
sional cross examination the other
day when Dr. Leonard Scheele,
Lead of Puolic Health, and Dr.
Chester A. Keefer assistant to See
retary Oveta Culp Hobby, were
sent by Mrs. Hobby to testifybe-
fore the House Banking and Cur-
tency Committee.
Dr. Scheele in the past was re-
ported as favoring federal con.
t,'ol- but, loval to his chief, Mrs.
IIobby, he told congressmen: "Doc-
tors don't need plicemen-standing
by their sides."
Yet in almost the same breath
he highlighted one of the important
wasons for federal control-the
limited production of the Salk vac.
cne. Another is the newness of
the drug and the need for strict
supervision of its manufacture.
When Cone. Henry Reuss of Wis-
.onsin pointed out that "there axe
',.000,000 Americans who
are susepetibte to polio and there-
lore desirous of getting hold of the
Salk vaccine," Dr. 8cheele cor
rected him.
"There are 104,000,000 such peo
1ple," ne said.


Lawmaking is toblh work even
lor veterans in C ass, but for
first-teimers it's Muby difficult.
They have to iater the ins and
outs of. legislating aid at the same
tline -they face tA personal prob-
lem of getting th* wives and chil.
dren used to theAb-ectlc routine
of life in the nafOb's capital.
Jim Wright, a aling new con-
gressman from 7CM Worth, took
ais 10-year o.l sot to Washlngton.'as
home at Mount Vernon on Sunday.
hoping thereby. to stimulate the
lad's patriotism and get him inter-
ested in history.
The boy Aalh4ed around for
some time andl&0eu : got lost for a
while. When be frally turned up,
Congressman, Wright asked him
how he was mejoylg his visit to
Mount Vernon.
"Terrific,-dad," answered the
Loy. "This is a wonderful place
and bo l I've ,ben all over.
There's over there
and, ywas looking
around..i a real under.

Ye : iWright. "B-t
how d id ft e rge Washing.
ton's he "
"Oh," replied the boy from Tex-
as, "you mean that big old house
over there?

Two CallnmaIns

Win Biggest Prizes

For Guessing Game
NEW YORK, May 19 (UP) -
Two Califoreai residents yester-
day became the winners of the
biggest prizes in a guessing game.
Mrs. Lella Buroughs of Los An.
geles wrn $375,000 and a $2500 au-
tomobile as the winner in the A-
mrerican Puzzle Contest sponsored
by Unicorn Books. The 'sponsor
says this is the largest puzzle con-
test prize ever awarded.
Felix Meeker of Reseda, Cal.,
won $300,006 plus a $,500 car as
fix st prize winner of the Funk and
agnalils encyclopedia contest I
also sponsored by Unicorn Books.
Meeker says he will retire to a
small farm with the money. Mrs.
Buroughs says she and her hus.
band will spend six months tour-
ing Europe with some of the prize
The winners were named at a
ceremony in New York City.

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I Todd.
Thiztziz gratitude fer ya: Jerry -
Colonna's recording of "Chicago Monica Lewis' newy is "Fools
Style" has been banned there. . Rush In (Great for late.--night
Next month Collier's will run the listening . Giants mgr Durocber
1st cheeseccokie pix of Grace K. may be happy to learn his oft-
.Milton Berlethoven told Lin- luoed phrase: "Nice Guys Finish
dans: "If my new ballad 'Not Last" is now the title of a mys.
Yet' doesn't make the Hit Par. tery. About losses. ."The Man
ade, I'm giving up writing songs" 1'rom Laramie" got sugary praise
. .RCA-Vlcr has Perry Como from previewers...H'wood direc
and Jaye 1. Morgan duetching tors are calling Hildegarde Neff's
"Two Lost 'SuIs" from "Yan "bilk Stockings" pretendingMag
ea" .. 'b.t ballad, .'It's Too Nefficent. .Ed Wjner (autho-
|MAI,. T Vdw" and "'The Man c' "The Dapimsjuiypn Sry",
WI OU^Away" are oof'ly similar. will do Heleigfa'u' biog. ,
nds ^u0shAle in ae vamps) There's -an lihmai in t-ow
Tv.If. jMuwitnessed "Inherit Tha named Levy. Spells it Leavy..
Wti'' will be starlbd by Pic- The wow finish of "Cat": Whe
ture WA*'s report: In Tennessee a r b a ra Bel Geddes says.
the statute against teaching Evo "'There's nothing more determin-
I'tion is still on the books. .H. eu than a cat on a hot tin roof, is
Youngman surmises Joan Craw. there? Ish thee, baby?". (Noooo,
ford married the Pepsi-Cola prexy Baybee ). Swaps, the Kentucky
because there's more bounce to Derby champ, bypasses Belmont
the' ounce, and the Preakness to return to
-- Hollywood. To take a few Bows,
"Ankles Aweigh!" has been en- nachelly,
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leged finagling by owners of a new
'how may wind up at the District-
attorneys office. The show sold
out in the tryout burgs (every
performance) but eame to N.Y.
2SA00 in the red I . Add odd
isoniekera: Flee Mork. He's on the
Argosy .staff. (Flee Moro if you
can get it).
Noel Coward's memo after erzit
its panned him hard: "I herebf
r:nder deep thanks to those boo-
ing, hysterical galleryltes and
those exultant, unkind critics and
umnaileta for doing me moru
e oleea d pra
criticism hurts Ibts p i: oft
better teacher than pleasure. .
Critic L Krooenberger says: "You
can sometimes dash off a favor
able review in 20 minutes, it's
panning that is difficult", .John
rosby doesn't agree. .He said
"It's a lot easier to write a, slam
notice than a pat on the back. A
nasty notice takes half the time.'

Page 1292 of the Philly phone
directory (3rd col'm) includes this
tongue tangler: "Wolfeschlegel-
steinhausenbergerdorff, Hubert 13.
br." (Must be the linotyper's darl-
ing) . .The popular North Shore
Hospital Annual Fair will be held
June 3, 4 and 5. At the Whitney
Polo F i e ld, Manhasset. ..Top
stage, screen and teevee celebs
make it a must. .Newest reduce.
in fad amung the Palm Beach
set: Boiled v;gs and black coffee.
Ur bananas and tea. (Ooooffffi)
. .They should change the namc.
of the current whodunits to why.
Stuart Palmer former associate
Cd of The Dance, is parenting a
new tewvee show (humor-mystery)
suitable for the whole family. NBC
picked up the pilot tab for $5,000
. .Recommended: Al Trace's rec-
ord album: 'Concert in the Sky"
.. .The Ringling Bros. Circus may
I make this their last season at the
GardM (Rectal too tall, etc.). .
Jack Webb's complaint: "I'd like
to see an article written about
toe in which the author does not
mention: 'These are the facts,
ma'am' (Dumdeehohum). .Ac-
tress Eltelle Winwood lost her
pup "Picka' outside Radio City
lusic Hall. .Its a black cross.
treed Spaniei easily identifiable by
its marked hlimp-hind leg. Her
constantt companion. ..If you find
Pickai pick up a phone and let
Girl Friday know? (That's a
Cooood Girrill). .The Times re
ports that abow-folks biogafllms
representt Hollywood's la t e s t
trend". .(Reeelliy? What was
"'The Jolson Story"? . R e d
book's 'How Much Does Th FBI
Know About You?" is fascinating
stuff . .From a movie ce'm:-
"The dinosaur love scenes in 'The
Animal World' are scale-raiasig'
.(But are they Sincere?) 0 .
The Torch as Over When the
Wounds become Scars.

pin the blame .aP. a .l ,.a l .l ..
flegredo5t s t f '
of his adm t ates or p
Democrats ona Thi n :is "- n the ht
nervous about c &ai. f the fur he o
Democratic qgoIrghkWbbe
will start thM 4in"sling
manan the .f itthatS gate1Wthe
agreed no children ai age groups
Lchind his sub na n- nd not to ad .
popular decision are mad. Without wai for an answer
'The agreement w e related keuss asked the uigeauon general
while an Eluahow supporter, to hand the 'Mday a
Texas Co. Alan he, sat IL breakdown of. what the 4s stab
the room. No pobche were puled Lave done to prevent the diver.
because of Shivers, who took it all non of Lhe vceein away from the
jn without battg an eye. H ghpority categories of chit
opened his mouth only once during cren. "
the entire secret meeting then to
suggest where hethugl the El "We can't give- you such a
renhower administrators was most Lreakdown until next week. be-

vulnerable. cause the picture Changes every
"The iarm Issue," be remarked, day," Dr. Scheee replied "but I,
"is unquestionably the weakest don't believe many states have
link in the 'aenhower adnilatra taken such action."
Uon." "' Surley," equatre Congress.
That was Shivers' only central. man Rep, d fp Hobby can't
tion, one way or the stber, to the assure herself that the problem
political state gy essaon. m .. be .dqa Sandled in the
Democratic National an ste without n out what's
r-aul Butler reviewed wvlitk tsov. beinodoe la h 48 states."
ernors Democratic gains t the 'arj Most p ecal proposal
1952 election. Based upon the vot for. e ?ntro 6 Bsccinehots so
ing trends, he promised that the fat comes from ttKew York Mi;
Democrats can capture the 1M6 ror-namely that fCngres put en
election by winning only one of tire control :n the hands of Basal
four key states-New York, Penn- o'Connor, head of the Polio Foun.
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sOf Peru Not Cooperating

I fDemands Of World Fashion
ltf h h mast graceful and t'e small villages may be offered
lovaug aJnmals 'of the roft vietna rug;I ironi the antive
fAerilea Andes la causing iat seemingly unreasonable priel
/ n It; 'aomen's world 0o only to find that it is against tb
ant 4~aequently in the law to take out even a vicuna ra:
world economics. without spe4al export papers.
ileun .phIeh jq often seen
a1E ,ft.m-he plain- of the Most popular and pe'rmusablK
1*1o IVez au Is one of the to-buy rugs are made from th
t rarest animals'vicuna's less aristocratic cousit
dy. the liama, which is also an An
1the increasing de (.as native but easier to domestic
Ir t re wool has beenastIe.
brt y 3ttig Airwars' buhii.
researc uireau which fur. Any questions concerning busi
,nfer l to U. S. Busi ners opportunities in Cub a, E
eight La t in cuacor. Peru Bolivia, Paraguay
gwh^'fl serves. The air- Brazil ,.nd Argentina may be di
I X flights to Lu :ected to Braniff's Business Bu
.T ireai at the airline'i international
Hu-f, .. .b. headquarters at Love Field Dal
3|i, f unable vicuna las bTexas.
I'*n91 ue'la m Ixury in the fash. '
world th t international trad-
aU n offering prices 24 times
than for the beat sheep
SAverage retail price pe 75 m kv AU ri
A. ores is over W1, s O 5 m. Skyswi mp U,
ard. but even at the price, at's /
t to find. One yard of pure Ch A| (KI
a material (56 inches wide) O Sho w At lWll
only 17 to 18 ounced and
fiber of this material is half h
diameter of the finest Aus. I7 W at d/
a wool fiber i
I For the first time a part the
With its iuicreasing popularity if. Ai med Forces Day celebration or
world market and the natu |May 21 will be con :urtedr at f(1
seatcity of the animal, Peru Clayton with much of the equip.
satisty the demand. t he :nent employed by post per hnc
ff report shows. i, display. /
Cth animal produces only four
es of wool annually, a'n d Among the interesting, objects
as only one commercial to be viewed in the Sky weeper. A
:! farm In Peru. The 'Ca.- rw arrival on tb'e Isthmus the
.Cala Hacienda" is operated by 7* mm Skytweeper is the I a s I
ieisco Paredes Perez an Pun) word in antia ir c r a f t artillery
in the Andes and has 300 science. A completely integrated
als. tire control system and a revolu
:ionary system of radar directed
Perez has succeeded in crossing firing characeerhie t h e weapon.
a with alpaca which produc- The radar control clamps the fire
p-a letile hybrid called paco-vi- on a target and does not release
uit this animal degenerates itself f.om the target until it Is
il. One of the reasons that'destroyed.
funa breeding in Peru has been
slow is that this traditionally Greater Firt Clayton, which in
rd and free animal will not .I udes .-urundu and Corozal, is a-
yve when penned o- restricted su planning to show everything
Native to the Andes. the vicu. f:om ihe watchmaster. a ma-
has Ibeen protected by the gov nine which tests the accuracy of
imen- through numerous lawh. atches to ;n RCAT. a radio
The first, wpleh is still in effect controlled airplane developed for
as Si.non olivar's decree in 1he practice ut anti-aircraft batter
which prohibited killing of irs.
anir.al. As coveted as he maI
for milady's wararobe the In addition all types of veh.i-
tfooted vicuna is not so pop. les, a complete set-up of Army
tar with the small farmers tin itiota, and a flame-thrower are
Iru's high country, for hers ol other aitie s planned to be dis.
M protected beasts roam about played.
cvouring their crop and many
f the anilmals die .. ,om "un- All lnits and technical services
jown" causes. are taking i part in Greater Fort
A) it is that touriati who .visit Clayton's Arated Forces Day.

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B.S. "SANTA RITA," ...... Sais Cristobal, C. Z., May 26
*S.S. "SANTA JUANA" ......Due Balboa, C. Z., June 4
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iubt-e c .o"' it then Inaa iofM Or he function of thilf
fwams Canral adMlnltrauot.' Z; Defensecou and ou
Sf. ?e nppfle fic Qouet group also a easld be*-olely to defend mthe
reabt a ol %en's that qlutct between l Caal... duplication of tune-,
H iktufSsh itary 'Id civiIfan persoenn to* 64d wasteful management .1 7-
The Pafi tg t .the causes duplication arise from thip inner conflict.'
is ee r was "From these statemputs ,Itf-
gcmaotiste6 wih the tcomnefits:
shipping iltr~ P t.Coast "The Hoover Report says that would seem that the attempt to
upping the problem whsih itrir stem establish corporation type man-
port mk. the followlM seum- urd m he mannerra wUich these agement at the Canal beginning
It .. ma a.. tlt are organted llnto two i' 1951 has not met with one ,
TheAts: SAro1st Of- ,-I elements; thl civilian hundred per cent success and e
i. fThe f .o Sr teonl unction (military domination that the program of the Pacific
watch dg over G0rneht ex- persists) personified by the Pan- oast 'Committee to broaden the
penditure, and a natonallv a Canal Company and the base of the Canal Board of Gov-
nownc ma hve boa stat- military by the aribbean De. ernors should be seriously con-
ed that from ecord of t.Ca- nse Command. Thq Commis- red."
nal it. is impossible to show
whetliet or not the Government r
might iin fact have bees fully re- b Me s 3 Job Vacancies
piardonhW .-'lPecember' Storms 3 Job Vacancies'
paid already on the tptal hnvest-
te t Sw- p Over Britain In USARCARIB Ofin
2. Charging Interest on the to- verB ain, n US RCARIB
Sips In Trouble Vacancies in three fields of em-
value, would be improper,-,- attd ploymntOf werenu
Uy the Civilian Personnel Officer.
probably.tilegal, under the reor- LONDON, May 19 (UP) -.Howl- U. 8. Army Caribbean.
ture chamber with an electric iug "December in May" storms
ganization law. blanketed much of Britain witp A vacancy exists for a staff
The Pacific group takes thP snow today and wrecked at least nurse. GS 5. in the Fort Gulick.
position thatth toll bise should four sh-ps in the English Channel dispensary. Applicants must be
not Include Government expen- and the Irian Sea. bilingual, grvtduate of an approv-
ditures ep- ljltary or.defenise Jn- Half a dozen other vessels were ed nursing school and registered PAITL L. BECK, principal, Cristobal High
stallatioNa nbt connected with reported in distress In the raging in a state or territory of the U.S. Cadet Sfc. Norman Dials upon winning th
transiting ships. It says: areas tnat battered the western Non-Commissioned Officer Award. Also i
"The Hoover Report clearly In- coasts cf Europe. There is on opening for a ra are Cadet Capt. Tony A. Noboa, who won
dictates that the entire history of Rescue craft picked, up 23 cas- d'o program director, GS-ll. re ficer Award," and Capt, James C. Cloui
the Panama Canal has been always, including a honeymooning during six years experience m Cristobal High School,
written -'lrgely by -the military couple inm yacht, but all of an the radio broadcasting field. Two
forces and that despite the seam- ndeterminel number of persons years of the experience must in-
blance of civilian leadership... aboard another wrecked yacht dlude production, direction, coor- nl mAo ratl S Allldn '
military domination persists, were believe to have perished. donation and management princi- aDellmo lUlc JhUuldn I
"It it obvious that the Canal The British liner Queen Mary ples and practices of broadcasting
has a tremendous defense value, was delayed 12 hours, programs. Be Republicans, I
yet this has not been taken into Snow drifted as deep as five IRUe HIIiaIn | ,IN
costs to be paid by tolls, weather min history. Temperatures appliance equipment mechanics Accodminl To ATlI i
"Representative Brow n, a "s low as 26 degrees were report- in the grade of LM-10 and LM 15. Tg I uII
member of. theC Hoover. Task ed in some areas. LM-10 requirements include three .... ... |14
Force, in c"nnme nt ng on';lfcal years -xper.fnce in overhaul, re- CHICAGO May 19 iUP") --.Ao d I
management said that the cap- Pleasure r a t and a mall pair. adjusent and replacement E enson said today the
Italiation 'p-o'gr -ashud iieghters were the principal vie- of damaged or worn parts or u i no room for "TrOjan .horses
talizatifn g progr am sho n t times of the storms. The yacht Fan- nits of standard office machines. 'n the Democratic Party or at its
d t hpi s rc tome was found capsized and a- For the LM .b poition--five years 56 national convention. 1
to th..... i r "co .. drift in the channel with no sign experience is needed plus the abi aut Le said he believes thaaIt 1 tal1
transportation uncon of the of .survivors... ity to make new parts. those party members "who have I
Canal as..,: iutlnguished from Mr. and Mrs. John M 0 o r e's strayed and return in good faith!
those necesary'to protect it.' -plan for a 15 month. round the- All applicants should apply to should be welcomed back to the
He thereby indicated that world honeymoon cruise came to the Civilian Personnel Office US- Democratic lold." .
there is some confusion in cost an abrupt end when the storm ARCARIB, Budding No. 23, Coro- The 1952 Democratic presiden- I
allocations at the Canal which swept away the rudder of their za2. tia. nominee, returning honMe' eI
must be corrected. a cruising companion were pick- rom a four-week trip to Africa.
"The Pacific Coast Commit- ed up by a rescue ship. ssued statement of his views
tee has Jong urged the estab- A British pilot and 11 Dutch lnatlflrd A rnVfa t p y loyalty. hi
lishment of equitable cost allo- crewmen were rescued from the He n.t'ntionea no names, but ob
cations which will recognize the "~u ton Dutch freighter Urmajo, C o..r. U. viously referred to the dispute o-
defense value of the Canal in which ran aground on the treach- LomplDrOl Si M Oney ve whether such Democrats asl
order to provide a fair basis for erous Goodwin Sands, near the Gov. Allen Shivers of Texas, who
the assessing of tolls on commer- mouth of the Thames River. Bpill I ~portedPreside nt Eisenhowe
cial cargoet." Killl Iiik R equ sItIi e 1952, should be welcomed at the
The committee also comments The 1145-ton Turkish freighters" 'lw WW E 1956 Democratic convention.
on quest'pnable a c co hunting Zor was abandoned by most ofS M yH9 M UP tevenson said that v"speakin
methods over. up the fact that aterew wen i teveopeHda dan Hnr TON. e generally, I just don't b e II .e v e
tollCong gave final approval that honorable men who
housed to .1efg cj cust.- A Biti h freighter picked yeterdS to a compromise mon- .een elected to high office s
lsing, o op crate u p x,!t. m. and a woman from ey bill -whci earw'ks 105 mT- )rmocillts and by democrats' will,
rallrod o th. They said the captain and. lion do r a' for L'ometc a Deletit conyentsgp I
cra t d staO hl, .fr0" t ns Oi l- t ew e had remaied a s endthg th ft-rPresident E ten- if they are p iblict,, secrey or.
eltdsmoney.-hne Wbc l stoard' the sting ship. shower requested. even '.onditimaly pledge to sup-e
It adds: The measure enow goes to the t eIc a
"'In commenting on the oper- LITTPL *LI. Z chief executive for his signature. "There is great tolerance in the FOR
nations of the Panama Steamship it was passed by the Senate Democratic Party and a lot ofi
Line, the Report quotes from the I / L I shortly after being approved by room for disagreement on public'
1953 GAO audit, saying 'It se- I the House. This is the third questions, but I don't believe
verely criticizes the Company's straight year Congress has voted there is any room for the d o c-1
financial statements appearing more farm funds than the Pres- trmne of rule or ruim or for Tro- A
In The Budget of the United! ident sought. ian horses," he said '
States. 1955 which showed the I y Stevenson said he .drafted 'the CPu
operation as having been on a, The measure is a compromise statement because of "many in
break-even, basis in 1953 by // .between conflicting bills passed queries' he had received for his'
transferring the net operating earlier by Senate and House. iews on party loyalty. -
loss to other activities.' .1 e r b Sa I te "1 are against loyalty oaths,".
"An identical statement is, *"/ I The bill would provide $696.- he said, "but I am very much in . .Is
made in thy Report with respect IMntekllgentw manlsonewho 911.855 in direct c.sh appropria-i favorr of loynity and good laith in
to the operataonb of the Panama hs t roost beef cooked when tons and 388 million dollars in politics.
Railroad, the Hoover Comm.s- thf m erturnfrom fishing tri. lending authority for the fiscal "And I believe that a delegate
lion commenting, 'From the .....e....... ng r stlartine July .. I, also who takes part in any Democratic 9 POUt
standpoint of sound accounting would permit the government toidecisiona making process bears a
and fina cal reporting, there is obligate 250 million dollars for serious obligation to abide by the' *
no justification for this action.' subsidies to farmers for soil con-, majority decision unless his con-
"Part of the program- of the i- nar servatlon work during the calen- science forbids him to."
pacific -Coast Committee has dar year starting Jan. 1. The former Illinois governor r
been to urge correction of fisca was questioned about his o n
and accontintl ng practices now j As compared with the-Eisen- presidential ambitions next year
followed at the Canal so that Fine Furniture made of howei budget, this is an increase "nd whether he would declare!
tolls will no longer be burdened Dariin Mahogany. NOW 'at of $20.185.897 in cash appropria-, himself earlier than he did in
with costs which are not direct- amazing lo prices. tions. 11 million dollars in lend-' 1952
ly related to transiting vessels in| authority and 75 million dol- "If the party needs and wants 29 Cl
through the Canal. The commit- Bedroom. Dining Room and lars in agricultural conservation me I shall have to make up my Tel.
tee has notas yet arrived at any Living Room Sets. program subsidies. ',r.md about it sooner," he said. Tl s.
policy concerning continued op- Productos de Madera, S. A.
eration of the railroad and manae by omAen towes
steamship line. Bw a B.
'These findings of the Hoover i a qAm. sTre
Commission point to the reql Phion .
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And Demonstrations
Thr -- And one half hours of en.
terbtument Is in store for Fort
Kobbe residents and guests come

Thq 1955 celebration of Armed
Forces day will feature a series
of tours. exhibits and demponstra.
tions with activity beginning at
8:30 a.m. and ending at ndon.
Focal point of' the day's function
will be Itfeliner field, Fort Kob.
we's parade ground.
A series of exhibits and an o-
.. pen house at the Post's recently
..,.,..:;- Opened Education Center wil I
". start the ball rolling. Running con-;
currentlyy will be several exhibits
around Lefehlner field.
|B':. Crew -drill, will move aIto the
4 spotlight at 10 a.m. with F.irsat!
C sattuoi n recoiless rifle gunners
going through their firing r o u-
tine. Following in rapid success
"ion wil' be 81 mm mortar and
'nd heavy machinegun dem on
'.rapping up Armed Forces day
S'. Will be demonstration by the 3d
lofanfry's newly formed D r um
and Bugle corps and a precision
_ i ......t<,.at i' 'rill team. Both events will occur
Schoolrcongratulates between 10:30 and 1 a.m.
e Most Ooutatanding Thirteen units and sections will
shown inthe picture_ ,e involved in the half day aL
the "Ideal Cadet Of- fair
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speeds, intake and exhaust. In-
stall with a screwdriver. 18" and
22' sizes. Also available in twin-
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ADMISSION: $1.00 per person

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Tel. 3-4517

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1- .................. 1.50
Hot Holls
Julienne Soup
Hamburger Steak with
French Fried Onions
Potatoes al Graten
California Stringbeans
Cole Slaw with Mexican
Rice Pudding
Tea or Coffee

2- .................51.00
Hot Rolls
Julienne Sdup
Pork Chep Suey with Rice
California Stringbeans
(ole Slaw with Mexican
Rice Pudding
Tea or Coffee

Opposite Public Market

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Julienne Soup
Cream Chicken and Toast
Potatoes al Graten
California Stringbeans
Cole Slaw with Mexican Sauce
tea or Coffee
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SPer Arvene Tel. .u13s
(1 block from Lux Theatre),

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hone 2-2451 2-2562
tif Learn Riding at
RidSg & Jumping clones daily
4to 5 p.m. Phone 3.-0279
or by ppolintament.

SMatch-Stick Bamboo
iVenetian Baun&
t orif=' ar Jlousles
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auctos de Mqdera, S.A.
trial Ave. (between Kodak
Si &k Fifth Ave. Store).

For An Eye' "

AVIV. Israel, May 19 (UP)
of the Israeli army.
reoss the border of the
and blew up an Ecgyp-I
reposition today in a
-prolaimed raid of rat-

el military spokesman Mal.
v said Israel struck back
eoWnsequence of an Egyptian
jine ambush" that killed
r Ipraelis and wounded two
die East observers in Lon-
this week's chain of, ex-
S border events makes it
* that an open policy of eye-
Sretaliation has gone into
on the bloody borders be-
Israel and the Arab coun-
Tension is highest at Caza.

receive dnew shipment
J latest Model RC-80M
arr d Recordchangers,
^p Ile te with 45 RPM
ptldle and Magnetic T.O.
Catridge only $52.50.

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O) Of the Carcass
Before Retreading.

N O the Final Job.

FOR SALE:-Stove, refrigerator,
bedroom furniture, living room
furniture, children's futamlre.
Nicanor Obdrrio Ave. No. 23.
Apt. No. 3, Anoyansi AptH.
FOR SALE:-9-cu. ft. refrigerea-
tor, 25-cycle $30; 3 V4-hp.
electric motors $5 each. 1524-1
Govilan Road, C.Z.
FOR SALEs-Wrought iron din-
ing room table, 6 chairs; bed,
dresser, choir, mahogany ,acre-
tory and choir, kitchen teble,
formica top, 3 chairs; two pela
draper, pictures, setter rugs.
Qtn. 2721-A, Cocaol, Phone
Navy 3011.
FOR SALE: Watinghouse ra
frigerator, 25 cycle, *exqlent
condition. Call 5121; CuAindu,
after 5 p.m. House 2209-South
"A" Stret, Curundu.
FOR SALE:-9-cu. ft. Westing-
house refrigerator, 25'cycle,
porcelain inside and out $75;
complete Cortina Spanish course
consisting of fifteen 12" records
and throe text books $40; 1
large work bench $10; 1 1940
Plymouth, good t ir good
transportation $125. Call 4-414.
FOR SALE:-Brand new dining
room sot: 8 choirs, table; china
closet, buffet. Bargain. Phone
S1058 Colon.
FOR SALE:-Record player, 25-
cycle, 3-speed, automatic chang-
er and shut-off, excellent condi-
tion, $25. Call Clayton 4219.
FOR SALE: Simmons steel-
framed single couch with cotton
mattress $8; two woven cotton
rugs (Ixl0 end 9x12), neutral
color. House 2426 Morgan Ave-
nue, Phone Belboa 2914.
FOR SALE: 8 piece dining
room set, dresses, beds, cots,
doubledecker, mettrusess, radio-
record player, small radio, to-
bles, rockers, wicker set, mir-
rors, swinging bench, Singer
se win g machine, accordion,
stove, water heater, washing
machine, kitchn wrea and *q-
leetrikal epplionces. 33 46th 51.
Phone 3-5101.
FOR SALIE-ElectWg fan, chairs.
"swing machine, table, flat iron,
other household kitchen articles.
Phone Balboaee 2406.

FOW SALKE:-Dinng room table
and six chain, living room 5-
piece set (all Rattan, practical-
ly new), floor lamps, table lamp,
etc. Apply Coll* Gerarde Ortega
No. 3. Apartment 3.
FOR SALE:---emboo wicker 5-
piece living room set $60. re-
frigerator $15. Balboa 2-6367.

Phenolhlazine Used

To Help Animhls
CHICAGO( --(UP) Farmers
gain $10 for every $1 spent byus
ing phcnothiazine to control in
eternal prrasites'plaguing farm ani.
mals, the annual meeting of Live
stock Conse-vation was told here.
The new drug, Dr. D. C.. Bough-
ton of the Dupont Co. explained,
has a uniq,,e ability to destroy
*orm eggs and larvae of the para-
Preventive treatment of harmful
parasities is about 50 times cheaper
er than curative treatment. Dr. A.
C. Todd, parasitologist of the U-
hiversity of Wisconsin told the
The usual number of worms in
beef cattle, for example, reduces
weight gains by ? to %b per cent,
Todd Jaid. Phenothiazine admin-
istered daily in small amounts to
a dairy heifer costs less than 75
cents a year..

mOall Town Answer
University of Wisconsin rural so-
ciologist says small town living i
t(h'answer lor persons who want
a country atmosphere with city
A. F. Wileder said the desire foi
both of these things explains the
mass movement to the "fringes"
of large cities.
He eted statistics to show that
between 19a and 1950 non-farm
population in the United States in
creased 43 retr cent. But in the
same period, the population of bi
cities went up only 19 per cent
and the farm population actual
went down 24 per cent.


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FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Cus-
tomline, radio, extras. Leaving
Poacmo. Call Pan. 3-2356.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Studebaker
Tuder Custom Sedan, overdrive,
hillklder, undemsal, excellentt
*ndition, $450 cash. IBlboa 2-
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
with radio, excellent condition.
Lecona, Phone 3341.
FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillae
Covertible in excellent condi-
tion. Duty paid. Call Navy 3147
or see at R-16-C, Rousseau.
FOR SALE:-1953 Austin A-70
sedan, 10,000 miles, excellent
condition, Call Kobbe 2232.
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Main-
line-S Tudor, 11,000 miles. Tel.
Balboe 3044.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
convertible, radio, w/s/w, 2
months old $2350. Call Amedor
2110 or Clayton 2191.

FOR SALE:-1949 1-ton Chev-*
relot panel in good condition.
Phone Panama 2-1224 21-
1226 at any time.
FOR SAL:-Jeep. good condi-
tion, $500. Phone Kobbe 4-

FOR SALI: 1955 Mercury
Mortcleir, white and green,
w/s/w, 'power brakes, 4000
miles, excellent condition. See at
2509-A Cocoli or call Navy
3049. ,

BOX 2031 ANCON, C.Z.

Misella eous

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French's bird seeodbird biscuits,
prrot food, parrkeet seed, a-
querium supplies, tropical fsbh-
SHOP. 49 Via Espaea, Phone
FOR SALE: Encyclopedie A-,
mariaena, 30 volumes, $25.
Phone Panama 2-1872.
FOR SALE: "A;ngl" fishes.
small live alligator and fish
ponds. 45th Street No. 19, Bel-
lI yista.
FOR SALE:-'49 Packard Clip-
per, excellent condition $50$0
1954 Westinghouse refrigerator
9-cu. ft., self-defrosting $200;
hooked rug 6x9 $20; desk end
matching chain, excellent con-
dition $40; extre Jorge divean-
pert $75; mirror $4. Phone Cu-
rundu 2233. House 510-A.

Boats & Motors
)FOR SALE:-16' Criscraft bet
with 1955 25-hp. Johnson ma-
ter, with trailer; 5-hp. Johnseon
motor 1953 modal. House 251-
A Satfn, Phone 5-453.

FOR SAII: Outboard motor
EvinrMde 1955, 25-hp. noise-
lee. Selling because I need long
shaft, $365. Phone 3-4383.

Nervous Gunmen Get $19,00

HOT SPRINGS, N.C., May 1V about the otner felloww" He said
(UP)-Two nervous gunmen stag. Loth men were unmasked. ,
ed a lightning-like bank robbery to The robbery was the third this
day and roared out of this mount yeIar in North Carolina, which suf-
t-n border resort town in a flashy fcred eight bank robberies in 1954.
led getaway car which later wasl On April 28, two men robbed
abandoned near the Tennessee s8,966 from the bank of Waxhaw, ;
line. ineaCltalot;e, and On April S,
lone gunman escaped with $25,-
'The operation took less than 10 206 from the bank of Jacksonville,
minutes front the time the un- N.
masked baqdits entered the local No arMests have been made int
ranch of *ie Citizens Bank o01 either 'obbe.ry
-Marshaul until they sped away The kBI said William J. Jaudon,
with "something over $19,000" in 33, Lof Hamilton, Miss., admitted
cash. he was the gunman who robbed
M.enhe b.ank r er A the basni at Gordo;, Als.. after forc-
Meanwhilea bank robber clad ing three women employes to lie
In overalls stole about $1000 from prone on the floor.
tne Bank of Gordo, Ala. todayprone on t
bui. Was nabbed shortly after with Jaudon was captured 3 1-2 mil- 1
$654 in his possession. es northeast of Vordo by Sher-
Highway patrols in North Caro.- f Robert Shelilds and two depu-
lina ald Tennessee immediately set ties. The FVI said he admitted
up roadblocks aftef the 9:40 p.m. rcbbiag the bank after $654 was
nobhery at Hot Springs. Several found in the-car he was,driving.
hours later a late-model red Olds- Mrs,. Ruth Graham, police said,
mobile was found parked about handed a stack of bills to Jaudon d
five miles west of here just off when he demanded money at gun
U.S. Highway 25-70, major inter- point. They said she estimated the
tLate route between Asheville and amount at about $1,000.
Knoxville, Teao.
Police satl the two-tone, 1951 IJL
dealer's tat. Officers believed the R
r.'en wtced to another car af I. me l
ter they abandoned the Oldsmo. OW I M SO
,.ile. ,.Ino a
The ceconA getaway car was If the drink iQ vodka, propa-
lelieved to W* a two-one gray ganda value and a deceivingly
late model Buick or Chevrolet neutral taste. algng with a high
with Ob'licenae plates., roof, Minnesota's legislature was
Officers theorized the pair fled told. ,- .
irto Tnnessee. But the lawmakers overrode
Only two persons were in the those warnings and voted to legal-
Hot Springs bank at the time of sale of Rssa's national liquor.
the robbpery.A it was the last of the 48 states to
the bandits entered quietly as do so. An attorney told his eol-
manager Joe Tilson the bank's leagues in the House of Represen-
enly employee, worked on a depo- tatives that Communists would
-it for local Western Auto Store capitalize on such action and that
owner Bob Davis. Pravda wouldn't hesitate to tell
"The first thing I knew, some-, people behind the Iron Curtain
body stuck gun in my back and that we in Minnesota ha Minnesota have taken
sArid 'We mean 'business,' Til. a liking to their national drink."
son said. "I glanced across the Another legislator was fearful of
counter and there was another the effect vodka would have on
fellow with a gun." "those of our young people, who,
Tilson said the men took "some. unfortuwateiy, like to live danger
thing over $19,000" from the safe oiusly ome timeS." Because vodka
and the teller's cage and forced has no particular flavor of its own,
him and Davis into the bank va. young people might unwittingly
-lo. in overspike their soft drinks, he
'We must have stayed in the W*arned.
sault from five to seven minutes
before a customer heard us beat- Wisc nsl Lake
ing on the vault door," Thlson wisconsin Lake
said. The customer B. Y. Horns- w Nm e
bv, ran to notify polie of the rob- NOW Has 2 Names
V tery and then returned. r
"I told him the vault combine KENOHA, Wis. (UP)-The
rtn and he freed us," Tia 1oan county board resolved Qoe of its
Said. biggest headaches by "splitting" a
"We suffered no ill treatment, lake in hall.
They seemed scared to death and The board voted that the north-
anxious to get it oVer with." ern half of what formerly was
t Ti n said he didet et a good Paschen Ltke should be named
look at eithe man. "As t I Lake Shangri-La. It voted to name
can remember, the man. ho held the southern half Lake Benet.
a gun in my back wag between The i.ial decision, however, rests
35.40 years old and wore a cap with the state's geographic board.
rnd leather lumberJae ke t," he Several groups had tried to get the
said. "I don't remember too much lake named in their favor.

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Son Of Colon
(Continued from Page 1)
School Studenta Assooiation to the
most oatstandjad cadet non-com-
riissioned officer, was awarded to
CadFt Cpl. Norman Dials.
The commanding general, U. S.
Army Caribbean medals present-
d4 to the two cadets of the Milita-
ry I class attaining the 'highest
daily average, ere given to Ca-
det Cpl. Carios' Fernandez and
Dials, winners of first and second
place respecdvely.

Ambrose and Facer were win-
ners 9f first- and second place re-
spectively of the commanding gen-
eral, Caribbean Air Command me-
dals presented to the two cadets
of the Military III with the high-
est dafly average.
Cadet Cpl. Raymond C. Croft
Pnd Cadlet Sg. Timothy J. Gilbert
were jwared first and second
lace respectively for the Com-
mandant, 15th Naval District Me-
dals presented to the two cadets
of Military II class with the high.
est daily average.
Winners of the American Legion
Medals presented by. Nathaniel J.
Owen Post No. 3, Gatun to the
three cadets of the Military II class
with the highest markes on the an-
nual examination were Crfot, Ca-
det Sgt. Alvaro G. Saborio and
Cadet Pvt. James R. Hanna.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Me-
dals for the three cadets of Mili-
tary I class making the highest
marks en the annual examination
were given to Cadet Pvt. Jon Mc-
Graw, Fern.adez and Dials.
The three cadets who shot the
highest score in their respective
classes and were present with
Canal on Police Association me-
dals- wire Cadet SFC. John P. Dou.
gan, Cadet Sgt. Barry L. Davi-
son and Cadet Pvt. Arnoldo B.
Books. -
Cristobal gun club medals were
presented to the nine cadets, three
in each military class, who shoai-
ed the greatest improvement fM
rifle markUltanship during t h e
year. They were Cadet M Sgt.
George W. Bland, Facer, Cadet
SFC Francisco L. Pelaez, Cadet
EFC Jack B Wright, Cadet Pvt.
James R. Hanna, Cadet Pvt. Phi.
!ip 8. Hadarits. Cadet Pvt. Mike
Angermuller. and Brooks.
During the evening a letter from
Maj. Gtn. Lionel C. McGarr, com-
mandant, U. S. Army Caribbean,
was read by Col. John J. Davis ih
which McGarr announced that the
Cristobal High School ROTC hao
won the rating of honor school dur.
ing the recent annual inspection,


FOSTIrS COTTAo S,. .m mile
post Sante Cle.. Low rete.-
Phone Bolboa 1866.
WILLIAMS' Sakte Clar Beach
Cttages rocket, efriger-
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Granlichk' Sans. Clote lach
Cottages. Modern eavenlences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboo
Shrapnel' furnished house eon
beach at Santa Clur. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's rlrtenwts for rent at
Snta Clare. Phone Blbka 3681
for reservations.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottaesr,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panamae -1177, Crisf-
bal 3-1673.

European S p i nal Adjustment
Techniques, Coordinated Moni-
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Nervous Stress and Strain. Or-
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and 3:00 to 8:00. By appoint-
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Each notice for Inclusion Ito this
column should submitted In type-
written form and malled to one of
the box numbers listed dally in "fO-
lal and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the office. Notees ed
meetings cannot be accepted by- tele-
Woman's Auxiliary
The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
Andrew's Church in Cocoli, will
hold a card party at 8 p.m. on
Friday. May 20th at the Parish
House Refreshments will be serv-
ed and prizes may be won,
Admission isafffty ebntsi

Guatemalan Solons

Split Over Issue'

f01 Sale Religion

(UP) -Delegates to Guatemala'9
national constituent assemb I e
were torn today between their de-
sire to draft an up-to-date liberal
constitution and the demand of
the head of the Roman Catholic
church here that the Catholic re-
hgion be given priority.
In a letter to the assembly,
Msgr. Roseli protested that a pro-
posed article in the new copstitu.
tion providing for lay education in
Guatemala was "discriminatory'
r-ecause 99 per cent of all Guate-
malans are Catholics.
Some delegates said, the Arch-
bIshop's letter had created a "ve.
ry grave" p-oblem because a ma-
jorjty of the people follow the
prelate's dictates.
Msgr. Rosell's letter stated that
if the objectionable article was not
dropped he would denounce be-
fore the wodld that in Guatemala
there was no anti-communist re-
gime but an "anti-Catholic reg-
ime," and that the people's de
mands went unheeded here.
The Archbishop recalled t'h a t
the religious banner was run up
;n the recent struggle against
Communism and that as a conse-
quence the assembly should rec-
fgnize the pre-eminency of Catho-
licism ever all other religions.

Farewell Buffet
To Honor Gibson
Next Wednesday
A farewell buffet in honor of Wil-
liam A. (Bill) Gibson, who will
leave for Kingston. Jamaica, short-
lv, will be held at the Mechanics
Club on National Ave. next week
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.
Gibson wac appointed Mon d ay
9s Consul General for Panama in
Jamaica, B.W.I. He will leave
for Kingston around the end of
the month.
Reservations for the buffet are
being taken by Ivor Giscombe,
Vernon Speid, Lynette Tomlinson
and Dave Constable, and must be
made by Monday.

Sound Sleepers


- Ie'crs of the Victor Landra family
have decided they sleep too sound-
1I for heir own good.
They awoke one morning recent.
'y to find that a burglar had en-
tered their apartment during the
r-ght and made off with seven
runS, a typewriter and $410. The
cash was in the pocket of Land-
ru' a trousers which -hug near his
Only (he week before a burglar
had- taken SOt and two wrist
watches from the Landru apart-
met while the family A~pt
A ikey apparetly was used
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COL. JOHN W. OBE- DORFF, Albrook Base Commander greets
his new Executive Officer, Lt. Col. Donald L;. Peck. PeTk assum-
ed the position formerly held by Lt. Col. Joseph Martin, w4o has
been reassigned to Castle AFB, California.
(.S.. Air Force photo)

US Navy's Second Atom-Powered Sub

'Seawolf,' TBe Laun

WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP) -- The
The nation's second atomic -pow- the Ni
ered submarine the Seawolf, water
will be launched in mid-July at kpots
Groton, Conr.., the Navy announce; ed su!
ed today, comit

The Seawolf, third U.S. subma-
rine to bear that name, will be
launched at the General Dynamic
Corp.'s Electric Boat Division at
Groton, where it was built beside
the Nautilus, first nuclear sub ev-
er constructed.
The ship will be christened by
Mrs. W. Sterling Cole, wife of
Rep. W. Sterling Cole (R-N.Y.), a
member of the Joint Congression-
al Atomic Committee.
In another development, S e n.
Henry M. Jackson (D-Wash.) said
today aton)ic weapons are assum-
ing "increased importance in
the nation's air defense. He said
the Army is developing guided
missiles with atomic warheads for
use against enemy bombers.
Jackson made the statement fol-
lowing a secret briefing by Army
Secretary Robert T. Stevens and
Gen. Matthey B. Ridgway, retir-
ing Army chief of staff.

The senator refused to Identify'
the new atomic anti-aircaft mis-
sie. The Army, however, is known
to be working on an advanced ver-
sion of its city defending Nike
missile. Called the "Nike B," it
is said to be capable of earrying
an atomic warhead. The advan-
tage df such a weapon would be
the evcn a near-miss could knock
down a whole bomber fleet.
The Navy said the exact date
for launching the Seawolf will be
announced later.
The Nautilus is on a. shakedown.
cruise in the Atlantic.


iced Next July

e Navy said the qeawolf. like
[autilus, will travel un der
at speeds. "In excess of 40
and be capable of prolong-
bmergod operations" without
ig up for air. In other
s, it will have an indefinite
e. I

Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-
Wash.) also a member of the Ato-
mic Committee said only Tuesday
die -Navy had decided to step up
.ts atomic submarine construction
program because of the striking
success of the Nautilus.
Jackson also said he Is "fear-
ful" the next big news from Rus-
,ia may be that the Soviets have
developed an atomic submarine.
He made the statement after' a
secret briefing by Adm.n Robert B.
Corney, chief of naval operations.
The Navy now plans eight A-subs.
The Navy share of the eawolf's
cost is estimated at 32,700,000
compared with 29 million for the
Natuilus. The atomic power plants
cost an additional 25 million each.
The Atomic Energy Commssion
bears this expense.

The Seawelf has a newer type
power plant, known as an inter-
mnediate neutron energy reactor
with liquid metal coolant. It was
built by General Electric Co. un-
der AEC contract. Westinghouse
built the thermal reactor with wa-
ter coolant for the Nautilus.
The keel for the Seawolf was
1aid in September 1953, f o u r
months before the Nautilus was
Besides the Nautilus and Sea-
wolf, the Navy already has au.
thority to build two atomic sub.'
marine,- and is seeking four more
in next year's budget.


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HOLLYWOD (NEA) Beo won't leave feeling well enough NORTE (D) So
hind the Screen: Jack Pdlance, alone. 683
playing a movie star, pours Hol- --- VAK 106
plywood party girl Sheley Winters Closeups and Longshots: The' K 10982
a drink in "The Big Knife" and Susan Riskin attracting attention 483
she wide eyes it: in plays at UCLA is Fay Wray's wIiW MAST
"Hmmmm. Snake oil. Well, I'd 38-year-old Laughter. Fay. emot 6A7 SSQJ42
rather see a snake than a Holy ing with Alan Ladd in "The Dark. A9752 j 3
wood producer.' est Hours," spys, "I'm encourage O Q4*AS
Movie producers may squirm at ing her I want her to be an at 4 S4 9AZS
th line from the Clifford Odets tress."... Miriam Hopkins is up 4 O A10' 3
pay, ow. beaded for the screen. for the role of Jane Wyman's SOVTH
but uWe doesn't. "It's the best other in *'Miracle in the Rain.'- K 10 9
rodl I ev had,' she told me, She's been away from the screen V Q 14
hnd then predicted: 'I should wn too long.'. The twin sons of *JI8T
an Osea for this." Susan Rayward and Jess Barker 46KJ7
Pilance is on a soap-box, too, found r.ut about her overdose of Both sides vul.
aboliifta weak, bewildered char. s3eepint pills the hard way -- |No1h X"t SMah We
acter 01 a movie star dominated reading about it on the front pag. IV Pa n. I6 Pa
by a.-producer. It's a change of es in spite of all-out efforts to 2 Pass 2 N.T. p*a
pace fr*m hitn strong rugged chat Leep them from learning the de- pu pPa
matters. and he's grinning: "I'm ene ttils. . There's a big laugh
oing every minute of it." lne in U I's "The Private War of OPeing lead-V 3
Hollywood winced when "TheIMajor Benson.' Charlton Heston,
Rig Knife,'.' starring the late John as a gruff Army officer who can
oiarfield opened on Broadway half only think in terms of war and The end play is usually regard
a dozen years ago and it may well .rtillery is shown a religious -d as a weapon to be used by the
mince again Not because of the paiatin 'of I nun. 'eclarer. bur it is possible for the
film's characters but because of "She was canonized,' he is told. defenders to execute one. In to
its plut a studio conspiracy Barks Heston: 'I'm sorry to day's hind for example, the de
covering up a crime to save a bear that." enderss managed to trap the dum.
star's career. Ms nay in an tnd play
Some movie exhibitors are put, Before we look at the play of
Sthe name oFessPark Pm Lawmaker er up han let's enjoy a quiet sneer
in lgnt witu Aldo Ray's in show HO Lawm. at .the bidding. Nort h shouldn't
i,g ofJ"Batti Cry." Fess had a Y Tlave opened the bidding with such
tray role as a Marine from Texab VAlB TOruA Ti m we hand South a might wel
before hitting the "Davy Crockett' VThre e T iEe l o bddve passed two diamonds instead
jackpot . Gahi Russell's- out of of biddirg two no-trump. The com.
the sanitarium. But still taking the I oui mlana MAIa bination lot the partnership too
iest cure ordered by her medics \ LoUisianaII u riI, i h.
Ja .. k (helen of Try) Sernas nest opened the deuce of hearts.
Jack (Helen of Troy) Sernas BATON ROUGE, La., May 19 und Ean p uth up the Jack to force
une. She's a Paris magazineUP A phantom legislatorut South's queen. Declare
u riter. vot:!d three times In the Lout- edialely led the jack of diamonds
lert th e trs n the Loul- a finesse and East won with
Thero s always a new western sana House today tne ace
riot around Latest is Robet Wall of Ouah Since the was clearly no fu
Sparound pLaome stpis esi t ndu Rep. Shady Wall of Ouachita hare inohearts, East shifted to a
.;mith's "Thu Lonely Man," dueParish was on a two-day leave re low club. o ha shid to guess wheth
for filming at Paramount. Father te ase low clb th had to t wheth
nd son bitter feudists and both absence buthre ties vot er to play the king or jack and
cra*k Sots, go running or each.green light recording es votes came up with the wrong answer by
Na t ke eson does know 'otifhnshd oiposi te hitnaip finessing the Jack. West won with
h"oot going blind. John Wayne panel bofe the speakers stand. tne queen Qtl eclbs and returned
isd Montgomery Clift are Smith'. Then Rep. Ford. Stimson of t'e nine, whereupon East took the
dream casting Cadd Parish noticed a neatly club ace.
-h dressed Mian who had apparent- It was cler that South had the
In the Script: Dean Martin'lY been sitting at Wall's desk king of clubs and that he would
helps round up some spies in i the entire 90 minutes of the sea- tke another diamond finesse ih
"Artisto And Models" and a pal slon. I.e were allowed to win his club
says: 'You'le a hpro you'll trAck. East Therefore switched to
probably be invited to the White' "There's a man here voting the queen of spades
louse. who has no business being here South covered with the king of
"Not me.' replies Eiean, 'I voting," timson shouted, grab- bpades. and West took the ace.
shoot in the ow 70's." Ibing a microphone. "Don't you When est returned a spade tol
This ir Hollywood. Mrs. Jones 'leave that seat," he ordered the East's iack, dummy had only red
Johnny Johnson refused to sing stranger. cards left. East therefore led his
"Unchained Melody" in the o- theringer" legislator goL (mammg heart o dummy, and
v.e "Unchained" because he want up blushing and started to walk there was no w for outh to get
ed to piay a straight acting role. out of the House amid general out of the dummy for a second
I he tune just made thetune just made the Hit Pa. uproar. diamond finsse..Dummy had to
radeo the accompaniment of "Arrest that man" cried give up a second diamond trick
Johnston gnashing his teeth. He stimson. The sergeant-at-arms and this trick defeated the con-
hasn't had a hit song since Blacs grabbed the uninvited voter. tract-
mAgic. So perturbed was the House
.---.. ....... that it went into Its first closed,
I'm sonderg if Tallulah Bank- session In 21 years, taking the
L ad and Marion Brando have met stranger n with the reular
since he won his Oscar. Taslulah member. P
once hoed him for a play, "The -
Eagle Has Two Heads," and then ....
replaced him with Helmut Dantinc Whenthe doors opened Speak 7
before the show opened on Broad.- er C. C. Aycock said he had i
way. Explaining Brando's sudden nothing to report The Informal '
isapperanct from the cast, shelegislator was released and he -
todisapperanc rom the cast shed vanished, still unidentified. None
,Dabling, this boy had to go. He Of his three affirmative votes
never i-oked at me when I waswoul d ha changed the- out- I
,.n stage And if he didift look a t ome of the ballot, although two
me, the audience wouldn't." (f the tallies were cK'se. "
The Witne': Dozothy Shay says "We just decided to forget a-
Shypochondriac is a person who bout it," a member said. What most people would like to

see on the meat counter isa u ,-
choice cuts in pricesO. *LI*

PONY EXPRESS RIDES AGAIN-Rootin', tootin' Charlie Armstrong mounts his snortin' "stal-
lion" at Salina, Ken., to get the U. S. mail through to the next town. Brother Johnny, who also
likes to play Pony Express, sinks hands in jeans and mutters a casual appraisal of the '"horse.":
"Shucks, pardner, that critter is sleepy compared to my mustang.". ,'eems the Jet age still hasn't
-L .. ....' -. completely captured younsteraz fanay.
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THIRD FEATURE-DEATH-A "prop" coffin with a skeleton, left, becomes a grim symbol of
actual deaths in the lobby of a Flushing, N.Y., movie theater which was featuring a "horror
show." Nearby are bodies of two of the three persons killed when a car ran out of control and into
the theater's lobby, killing the driver and two young boys. The driver, 46-year-old Louis Robitaille,
apparently suffered a heart attack while at the wheel.

Belle Cakes Are Perfect

For Engagement Annoen

ENGAGEMENT PARTY?-Let these glistening White Belle Cake
ring out the Joyful news..
NEA Food and Markets Editor
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This is the open asn for en batter to 14 greased and flo
.Egement parties and showers. We pcistard cups. filling two-thirds -
think wi've found the perfect cake. Lake _n moderate oven (3501 s
for such occasions. Iaenes F ) about 25 minutes. "i
We w.mtched them being made d
i a home e-onomihs test kitchen Cook cakes 10 minutes then tu
in White Plains N. Y., and de- oit of cups and finish cooa
c,ded the process is so easy that l'reparc frot-lng mix as dire
everyone should know about it. nn package' decreasing vanilla
Lusciously chocolate inside, these i. teaspoon rnd adding 4 drf
cupcakes are made from one pack nt extract. Set aside some fo
i-i,e of instant devil's food mix mg for dlecrating
Ohich has b.ken baked in custard Then inverc cakes and
cups. A package of fluffy resting Iwith tht remaining frosting, shapa
mix is easy to prepare. and is the;ing frosting to resemble
p.rfeet coating for these cakes to,1 lso. use tin' colored candies and
accentuole Hie belle shape. The| nlver dragees. if desired h
same frosting can be tinted in.
'Ielpate pastel Ind used to deco- TOMORROWS DINNER- V
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cut&. LHC4* ist he .young belle een beat. ehIriled bred.')
vwho reigns at this shower, ler or margarine. romaine salad.
B.ell Ca I ange and grapefruit sections.
Belle Cakes p.ith shredded coconut, coffee, tea
I ., mi!k.
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mix, 1 cup I'us 2 tablespoons wa- .
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instant fluffy frosting mix. '
Empl. cak' mix into bowl. Add 5a f
water and .'eggs Beat 3 minutes W_,Jgf', 'M I
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iron, which recently began operation at the Orsk-Khalil iron and steel mill in the Chkalov region of Soviet Russia.

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congressional Texans distribute 20,6t 0 pounds of the vegetable to every member of
Congress. Onions were trucked to Washington from the district of Rep. Joseph Kilgore.

JUST LIKE MOM-In Tucson, Ariz., a mother and daugh-
ter outfit means matching, squaw dresses and boots.

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India. is escorted by an officer of the Indian ;.imy as he inspects the honor guard at
Rashtrapati Bhavan, official residence of the president of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad,



N ARCISSUS PSEUDO-NARCISStUS, or the common daffodil as we know it, is growing
rapidly in popularity in the United States, chiefly through flower shows such as
the Puyallup Valley festival held annually at Tacoma. Wash. At one exhibition alone,
one may see 300 varieties of daffodils in pleasing displays. Simultaneously, daffodils ap-
pear at shows and special events in Hollywood, New York,. Detrodit, Chicago and other
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dil bulbs. Much of the land devoted to these cultures has been reclaimed from the sea.
Daffodils, being hardy, must. after they are planted in pots in September. October or
November, be kept in cool, dark cellars or buried under eight inches of soil outdoors and
later protected by straw to prevent freezing. By special pre-cooling treatment prior to
planting, bulbs can be flowered weeks. earlier. Leading yellow daffodil is King Alfred.

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S Captain and-Mrs. Alex MdLod4 Patterson, USN, of Quarry
Heights, have'imouncedl the engplement pf their daughter,
Mies tegirMlunroe Pattersop to Major Thofmas3J. Sabiston, of
Ft. Kobbe, son of Mrs. Fay Sabiston of Jaekdonville, Florida.
The wedding *41i take place on June the 15th at Albrook
Air F' p Base Chapel.
s.Psatterson' i graduate of St. Agnes School in Alex-
andria, was graduateQ from Hood College in Frederick, Mary-
'a*jor Sabliton, Who ts attached to the Engineer Corps,
Is with the Inter-Amerkah Geodetic Survey.
Luncheon For Peggy. pltero n gown and tulle weil surrounded byp
Given By MWi Hg.. Arold I variegated white flowers. M, r .
In honor io rMiqs Peg ,,Patter- -tKenzie nude the presentation
son, whose marriagee to M a j o r gifts at the shower. Fort five
1bomas, in' "wi" take place guests were present at the-.howerj
r,,xt InQ5i, a.luncheon was givy .
en byt VU ugh M, Arnld 'n the Heunri ueril
* rn ofi. t. "oi Guest eturs To Panama
Ho ,, P : .. ,^hePaaBMNaokt;

ijigstood the Jigl&.c
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gowidal tx l veil, gating into a BSach Va. and then.proceeding to
mirror i p that was parual- Washington -
. a... P fataui wlves Shower
Inhcludeod witb 'the gpest of hba- For .ik P etit
or were Mrs W. K. Harrison, Mrs. Mist Charlene Pettit, whose en-
A. N Cetelo, mother o{ th c gafgfent to Buddy Pello was re-
br.Le, AMIr. PA. 'atterson, Mrs. cently dannonced, was honored at
Ebb< Mrs.. F. r Johnson, Mrs a personal shower given by Miss
" .. CroI-k,. Mrd. Jenriag, Betty Flatha at her hApie on Via
Mrs .%. I. e rcsen, Mrs E. A. v elisarno Forras, San Francisco.
ioolani, Mrs J" B nSith, Mrs The table had as its centerpiece
. J, o rs. Nels, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs 1. cake dcoated to represent a
J. Strmi;f. Mrs. Print Mrs Ot bildue, and the. gifts were placed
to Hasmar,- Mrs. D *M. Miller, in a wishing wei.
fLrs F.:ake, Mrs. H. .L. Donovan,
?,Mrsm enry Ermn, 'Mrs.n F. G. Those attending the shower r
Dunwnoor, Mrs ;ridah, Mrs were the honoree's mother Mrs.
,. G. Townsend, Mrs.. William A- Weldon Pettit, and Mrs. John T.
re), Mrs Gliria Smith, Mrs. Pitt- F;atau, and the Misses Josie Dni
wan, Mrs. Robert Dine, Mrs. bella, V'elvia Bringas. E 1 a i n e
Gloria Walker, Mrs, Fay .Sabis- Clark, Patsy Flatau, Alice Hag-
Ion, Mrs. Jmie McKenzie, Mrs. Lorg, Kay F r a n g io n i, Judi
i. A. Lincoln, Miss Martha John- borg, Kay Frangioni, Judy
Kcn, Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Hoopes, Glpida Lee, Evelyn Mo-.
Harry Ransome, Mrs. Charles lyneaux Lania Norian Vaniece
Musgrave, Mrs. obe Mrs. lobert 3 Gleria 8 a m s o n. Sue
Altos Wt. nra. SM we. Mrrs, Washburn, and Margie Zent.
tichii.O=:woe' i-,, s,_Rob. -----e"
rt Ma aMrs. Wiliam Outr lan, esIca S Ie And Daughter
Mrs. L. M. .sBoekmia, ,a Mrs Present Danie Program
J. sUio. ', The regur monthly luncheon'
. ul te ?ort'Amador O ffi'er
S .'_ ' .t ;Wive;' Clubwas held on Wednes-I
Miseanaow Mlwer CoUfeeo day, May 1 .at te Army ..-Navyf
I or sB a Ei ratiT. Club. Hosterws wre' Mrs. Arthur
wMh Wi a ,V 4aanoA Jr., am- Smaer anid Mrs. William J.I
Mras.. A.1 uhteua, lMrs. JPaIn.le i.ia The Clubs president, Mrs.
'te q le ,aa Mrs. D. M ilter erlFrank Miler. thanked all thej
vere ;.hou.stot:a mlicgliawn- members for their help and sup-
uus f W 'd oee ay. r port ain man their recent
hn,,eor s d ^Ji egr arters m"Strike It RiAg Night" and out,
yeeenrf mtwm gnAllth eq ur(Trs standing success.
of Lt. Ge.,Iand Mrs. Harrison in?
w ary. te i a i. iPatterson, Mrs. Robert R. Robertson, pro
who' .ith aughter of .Captain A- im. chMirman, introduced Mrs.'
lex Pdfiti ;USN (Ud Mrs.,Pat- Baca COri de Ripoil of th Na.
ters wh married'1^ 0 to ^ Ma oul ftlhw of Dance, whogave
... of FBrt IO a brief balgrutnd m th. Spain-
Oo ,L -.; ." .. i dance ati presented her
C. t.he Sal table laughter. Mt Riima Ripoln and
was u in.1e f a ide in atin Mr. Crios Diaz, who, aceompa
,.-,,. le. f Mn' Ruth Fbtarpdem.'

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un-Sunda.ay 15 an interest
JaX o or Se man Bias Ulands
waX enjoyed by a group oL the
member aund r g uests.

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St e worke, wili iptwas n
i"Aerial M the a
Work" at ti h h wife iat'
"the. Panama CW 4 e~n m~.aiutes V
.-= SocieSty, We time f6r
Mas 6 at 8 p.m. The reta obbery of
MSi be held at the Gorgas aMe g trmsf
;al Labelatory. 'ost to a
t.emiUons will be neld for the Federal Re
tigers for the fiscal year belff.m in Fa!elaeiaco,
S -"ily 1, .1955. t Al
?.TT the
-Dr. A i. $yd pa yorwerJeol a
pD. {d Mr. Rogelio Boyd 0a1 -:
w the birth o, a on at [ B.y wa was estimated
mia Hpital, .Dr. Boyd' It. a so ,000 was invited but I
igydeeoiqglt of this city--.nd If rces'Bther that polee, It
connected with the Panama HO Ita ed the ahip sBtight
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Lamebeu MHonoring Vlisito
Qhil By Mrs. McKensle
W, -honor of Mrs. Looise Kellar
't Puhuki, tennessee, who sla via.
.ting Lt. General and Mrs. WiU-
jam K Harrison Jr.. of Quary
Ileights a luncheon was given by ANN AL SA
MrsJaeMcKenzie, mother of A N.
I 'fat the Tivol Gul eafO fW i
,.o. eei off :'e "
Bridge as played following ;
the luncheson which was held in i CQ
the Fean ooqm. A guest prze was T
ven to Mr. Kellcar. Other priz- -
?' were on by Mrs. Harriant. D AST A P
Mr& Pittman. Mrs. Morris, and U 'MJI rti.
M rs F rake, ...
Included with the gu6st of bon- WI. N .
ti wert Mrs. William K. Harri- it. Nyon uWOrms ..
orr, Jr ras N. A. Costello, Mrs. Children's ks . . .
),n Mfle,;Mrp. Brian W. Ru- adles Dreaseaeeofl ....
stlU, M. Alte Patterson, Mrs. L. ades DreLse foot ....
E. Peterson Mrs. William Pitt- Crinoline petticoats, from
Man. BNs. Win Morse. Mrs. Ches-1 White Nylon stockings for
Ir Frake aud Mrs. F. A. Camp. Ito for
Stag To Honor
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Barney / .o-c i..rn., D.I

A pa' y U iouiu u r ,ii. n. .
O'Connor, retiring dock foreman
of Balboa, will be held at the Ar-
my -Navy Club Friday May 20th
at 7 p.m. All friends are invited
mnd may cad Mr. Herb Driscoll
at Balboa 1353 for reservations.
Billy Hele To Spend
Year In The States
Mr. and Mrs. William Heb 'of
Balboa and their three so are
sailing Saturda. on the S. I. Pa-
nama for a stateside vacation.
after r a week. il New York. Mr.
and Mrit. Ih n4d Billy, Danny
!IAd Larry wlt t ve toI F
where they w.l $t .Mt. I,
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,. honor at a baoy shower gven
Dy Mr. Ruth KelebMr al Mrs.
Carol MeClam weyenty,*thtbe
Army at Navy .u in Fort a-
SKealy, ttd Nikishere, Sir-
damea Elie bbin, Donna Helmerchs,
Marye YoTIM- Cily.Neal, nr
ifuaum. WfiMte Towrey. G tB? B
Spencer EmmaInia Frensley, Au.
drey icaid ,r, libhth Be Ij
Spier. EotoLe MCCIai. -ROeame-
rie Kenealy, Rose Nikisher, Shir-
Icy Makibbin, Dona Helmerichs,
Grace Dehlmger Mary Kellhex,
Ruth Rvan and Moha Baum.





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aas And&raonbft Dobby. Mate wr tow less granm
4. tu busy) got credit
A fifth person t believed con- for motion. Vivieneide Cal-
nected with the t was picked Jo 1 40many Paimlmneu ap.
uip at Olarn Aadenm'g home pri st Iva wonde awul s Pupr
nd a WltWperPSO W*U belng a.d bayfel.ue Chayote. tre
tot. "i ,. sewo prefer a.'e hooayote,
Ste nta t to have or4aCs Wit sweeten It for a des
Oined aJ. pliciat sert Mad .me find that it makes
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had detall4 wie aetioned li tiat ehayotp takes n- the
is -conde r were flavor of other vegetalbas with
reportied.t 16to say a- ehich it is combined usre it in
... this casserole dish as both a
S strMteer 'tor corn. and s. a tom.-
.*. -- '- : plement. Chyote, you wil' find
[Tk.Tn fl .. contrast' nicely -i tntNo( with
Itl s i :?r the tatCy,.:weetnen corn.
The preparation of the casserole
1 in isd8e simple. PI, slice in
S_ 3smaUll a tlons and d U 2 or 3
QE joesBfti yOUIi .greei ehayotes for 10 to
LEi CoQtieRU W ,Combine tim e i a
tterd eaerole with. large
nr1t dfaV -can of cream style eor0M. .Season
vith-. salted pepper. Coer- he
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TODAY'. puartnesan cheese mod a dah of
IV /A . ioaprika Plahe i- over unWtil slight-
S". "I' "jy broi.ed. ,
SCn Let After givUg us ii'-thi g.gton,
E SLASHES. i. rs. D Cttro askedi.for some
new ideas for preparing 'Maiden
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S ..... 1.5 he Panam? American Box 5037
urses ........... 0.95 Ancon or Apartado 134 Panama.
S. Police said has they not been
Sn i n J. I slipped in advance, a gun battle
Ll K J r'would have ensued when Mhe gang
S! I ~ i I ioved in.
CO 0 L 0N The money is convoyed from the
C v L N "ost Office to the railroad under
JO RE.....TURN armed police guard, 4ad the post
Y NO RETURNS -l, messengers alao are arnimd. ,'
RATIONS Pqlipe seized two istols asd ai
sawtd rff shotgun which they felt
certain the gahg would not have
. hesitated to have used.

Chief. ennedy saed'that after
'he'ftp Was received, the four ar-
estd at. the scene were kept un-
Sdr.'p mrbsO W n, by details of of-
tlcera who staked out at their
awellul" am,.watched them with
As disclosed by police, the plot
called lot .two of those involved
to ate.! I etaway ca 'te
riveMW "tc at between A,1.
Post Office, and the railroad sta
A false burglary. report was to
have been made just at the time
of the. naldup to 4daw off pole11
-.quad cars awt to vert a chase
after, thQ. robbery. A faMe report
was. to be Mad to police that
bheriff'i deUtes had picked u
the gang. a. .
The gang planned to bury the:
money until 'the beat was off,
and then -divide the proceeds
which ".ms in various denomnina.
tons just as collected from ca-
s'uos by banks and which would
have been anposaible to trace.

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One Show Nightly -- 10:30 p.m. Bedba Via S6 -
SThrill to the magia guitars an close harmonies of -
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1l Stars On Mound.

NEW YORK. May.19 (UP)-Ex-otutfielderC gai
boat could land the Chicago Cubs in the fist
SOn and himself in a fancy five-figure salary,
et all because he had sense enough to attach' '
tent pitcher's toe plate tp his shoe.
ta"ade the switch Rudy Minarcin, making, his'
ie only 13 months first big league start, pitched
he couldn't hit Cincinnati to a 5-1 victory over
hitting on all cy- Pittsburgh with the help of Ted
,S m 4the mound, today' luszewaki's two-rull homer and
rp. rfect 4-0 record and a Wally Post's two-run double,
= drun average. Dick Littlefield was the lower.
ieear-old, right-handed Cleveland, the pace-setter Is
whose pitching al- the American Ledgue, bbrle
been labeled "strictly Boston under a 19-0 bombIng
,, Milwaukee coach that included homers by Vi
A ,an old convert WOrts, Ralph Kiner and Hank
i4rne in a brilliant Majeski. Wertz drove In five-runs
ty effort yesterday in with a grand-slam homer and t
e game and saving single, and while the Indians
su the Cubs swept a were pounding out 19 hite, rook-
ifrom the faltering ie southpaw Herb Score held the
, 3-3 and 7-5. Red Box to three safe.tes and
toat came shuffling out of struck out nine.
ptin the ninth inning. Mickey Mantle's grand-slam
h first ame after Richie homer in the seventh settled a
prn doubled off Sam Jones battle of homers and _ave the
4 off the frame and Pear Yankees an 11-6 decason over
ilwrey singled Ashburn to the White Box. Bob Grim was
the winner although nicked for,
two homers by Vetr Stephens
nanny Hamner's sacrifice and one each by Clint Courtney
icqred Ashburn but Jeffcoat and Jim Rivera. Eddie Robinson
ted. Del Ennfs and Willie also homered for New York.
as on pop-ups to end the Detroit pushed across three
it, runs In the 10th to beat Balt-
ain. In the nightcap, Jeff- more, 6-3, rookie Frank Lary,
t ieved John Andre with gaining the victory after Al Ka-
e-t In the fourth after the line's single in the.10th off los-
lies went ahead 4-2 with the er Ray Moore snapped a 3-all tie
I of homers by Stan Ippata Dean Stone was staked to a
*AMurry Dickson. Jeffcoat four-run lead in the first inning
ted Philadelphia to one run and held on to it, pitching
tit of the way, picking up Washington to a 7-2 victory over
tSt triumph when the Kansas. City.
6secoad four runs In the .
. a walk, a single by Ed-Clayton Swimmers
1 t1s, Gene Baker's triple laV n Wmf r
[iSOmer by Bo0b Speake. Ted Cl' tnS im r
pe and irole Banks also eek T a oetain
rwl ifRe Cubs while Rob- Seek Retain
Morgan did likewise for the
!b wo victories moved ch, Armed Forces Crown
o, into second place, 7i/g4
ies'behind Brooklyn and thu- Posing a threat to retain Its
leses gave Philadelphia I. Armed Forces swimming crown
rd of 15 defeats in the last d the Fort Clayton 1955 entry.
ames. he Clayton mermen are coach-
rvey Haddix and Barn ed by Corporal Ken 8cowcroft.
flu combined to hold the From eighteen aspirants coach
,td seven .scattered bitscowcroft has tabbed 10 to rer
^JlRBl. ,tht. ardln ; tneir reseaw Chaytoe bfl a,..Jlqrt4.,IU
r-.meet June 1 with Balboa HlJ
1 anny Podr and W ee8t0hool.
contributed to the Top prospects fof the team are
g third straight loss, Pvt. James'Vancetwho has turn-
' Brooklyn scored in tne ed In some good alokings in the
th it, marked the first ,ru Ibreast stroke and free styler Pvt.
Cardinal pitching '.n 8 In- emapdo 5lrttinez. Putting his
a. .. p .: enait ,oe.0 the trampoline to
outhpaw Johnny Antonelli ot go.h se on the three-mneter
* tpta pitched, a siZx-hlter ard is Pvt. John Boyce who has
dt hls former MulwgnasutIown great potential in this
.m*iSs; beating them, 4-2. event. -
plants wiped out a two-run Other members of the squad
S when they pounded War- are Ralph Cook, Tom Burke,
wlphn for three runs in the Jack Waggoner, Walter Pys7knw-
. ..n lank Thompsontd slna- ki, Milton Osborne, Gordon Bell,
the bases full followed Michael Ohasia and Ed Sea-
JC ti sngle.. brook.

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of the Fast LeAgue. Al-
though only In his second year
In the league he established
hkself as outstanding star.
A, ndy p lypnaker, ever alert
to back up. teammates, he on
many ocasipns changed a mis-
cue into an out, by catching
the advancing runner. Covers
a lot of ground around short-

Montreal Regains

Intea1llonal Loop

Lead In Ho Race

FIGHTING FOR a rebound during. Fort Kobbe'saf.ub*e-ellmina-
tion basketball toutnanient as e William Kiteba a (12); "A"
eo-npasn, and Elbert Stobblefleld (9), "G" comply, both of the
3Sd Infantry regiment. Cluster around the bakt. are Perley
Gates (10) and Willie Hatahett (17) "G" company won the first
round 48-43. (U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Karl To6aim)

Mimoso's Competitive Spirit

Mifioso, the White Box' key
slugger, is expected to rejoin his
teammates in Chicago tomorrow
night" He- ws held 'at Lenox Hill
Hospital overaflht but Dr. Sid-
ney aynor of the Yankees said
X-ray had disclosed no fracture
and Mat Mifioso apparently had
not been seriously Injured.
Mifloso .Was.felled in the first
inning of. yesterday's White Box.
Yankee wwhen struck be.
tween thelbitpmplt and cheek-
bone by one~Orlm's pitches.
He *as caI,-aff the field on
a stretcher At never lost cons-
ciousness and spoke coherently
to Dr. Robertb e.ly in the dress-
ing room
"Minnie's been something of
a problem to us this year,"
I Lane said. "He seems to have
lost his power. He's made only

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no [ ilU Hospital after the
game and was described by
CaO -Jp Turner "as terribly
i er the incident.
er, wasn't the slightest
lueSlM, hbowever,- over whe-
thee ( had thrown a
"bOrwAtbk pitch" that ,hit
"Nobody in our league throws
at Ml ," Stengel said. "Nobo-
dy oulwant to do something
that might create an incident
and the kls one of the finest
all-around layers in the league.
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Teenage leagsofficials are and h :. Vf.
ul D oyetth-sloawresponse to rl ss.
the. d0 ~! d I ae are frankly . -
esslmnfetao. hoNwever, aTe (First OGne)
aOil optInltth, that It is Philadelphia 100 000001-3 6 1
still too e4ily todraw-any con-Chicago OOObl0Q0-1 -4 1
clusTons. - SimmonQ (0-1), Ipr, Lovan
guth, Meye ad emni.a
A spokesman for the commit- Jones (g-W), Jefcoat and Mc-
e polnted t tat, the teenage cullough.
league .been operation lor -
four ..years offering relaxation (Second Game) 7
and wholesome rcreation for 1-hiladelphia 010 30a d 160
teen~ bys, and this Is the Chicago 020140 _x-7 9 0
first time'the community has Dickson (2-2), Lovenguth, .ip-
been approached for any sort of per and Lopata.
support.' A ndre, Jeffcoat (4-0) and Zhi-
Although. theceimittee is
leaning heal. on the results irooklyn 000101000-2 7 2
of a .threqay carnival plan- St. Louis 210 000 00x-3 4 0
ned by,theGeWge.W.-Goethals Podres-(4-2), Lablie and Cam-
VW PosftA Coeell on Juxie 17, panella.
18 and 19, the asgalsesn of the Ha4dli (2-5), Schultz and Bar-
drive are also -unting on ni.
spontaneous contributions, re-
ardless of the sie, to help !New York 000 003010-4 11 1
reach the t $000 goaL Milwaukee 010 010 0001 6 2
Antonelli (4-4) and, 1ttt; Wes-
Contributions may be mailed tru p.
to Box 856, Balboa, C.Z., or gien 8 khn (3-4), Jolly'ad Cran-
to any member of the VF and del?
Teenage League officials.

The Hi Parade

(Based on 75 official at bats)
Player'sndClub g ab r h Pet.
Mueller N. Y. '27 1ir17 450,491
OCella, Bklyn. 32 121 22 4a .347
Logan, MRl. 82 130 .2 41 .3
Virdon, St. L. 25 91 19 81 .341
Schoen't, St. L. 28 107 19 36 .338

Power, K. City 24 93
Kuenn, Detroit 32 138
lallne, Detroit 32 124
Bauer, N. Y. 30 121
Vernon, Wash. 30 116

ence as a Ant
cae out all ri4 .lt i tangh4
WRed DO..etroiH
catcher, when he catilght 'tu
high pop-up.

Grim-out of the game because
he was so worried."
Mfloso was injured on tday
when he was the hit of the
Box' pre-game antics in their
dugout. Minnie "stole the play"
by introducing Nino Valdes, hes-
vyweight contender, to hi team-

22 37 .398
23 54 .391
27 47 .379
31 40 .331
14 37 .319

Snider, Dodgers ........
Mantle, Yankees ........
Klussewski, Redlep .....
Zerhlal, Athletics ......
Purillo, Dodgers ........
Snider, Dodgers .........
Campanella, Dodgers ...
'Zernial, Athletics .......
Vernon, Senators ........
Furllo, Dodgers .........
Snider, Dodgers .........
Mantle, Yankees ........
Bauer, Yankees .........
Smith, Indians .........
Kaline, Tigers ..........
Kuenn, Tigers ..t.......
jaline, Tigers ..........
Mueller, Giants .........
Campanella, Dodgers ....
Dogan, Braves .........."

combe, Dodg...
oat, Cubs ....
yo. Cardinals .
queffr, W. 8...
y,, Yankees ....

Chicago 10 Aa-ito
MtwYork OIo%00o. l E0
T s (-4), 11-
Grim (2-2), M ra. and Btta.
a mcity .
ash. 40T000t- 7 11 t
Cecarelli (0-2), Raachl, ora-
man and W. Shant.
Stone (0-4) .ad FitMGerald.


Chicago AB R H
Fox 2b ........... 5 0 0
Kell Sb ........ 2 1 1
Stephens 3b ...... 8 3
Rive ef ........ 4 1 3
Mifoso If ........ #" 0-
a-Nleman If .... 3 'D0
Marshall rf ..... 8 1 1
Dropo lb ........ 8 '0 1
Courtney c ...... 4 I I
Trucks p ..... 0 0
Carra, ues.....4' 0 0
Harshamn p ..... 0 0
Martin ......... 0 .0
b-Jackson ....... I 0 0
Fornieles p ....... 00 0
c-Lolar ......".. 1 0 -1


0 A
2 a
0 0
,0 1
1' 0
7 1

.0 0
0 0
1 .0
0 0

Wt 6.10 34 9

Daueprf ....,-d; 5 4- 6 il

Morgant ........1 0 0 2 0
Derrs ac ..... 6 . i A
Robinsai Ib ....;5 1. 3 O
M*DOUgd 2b....: 4 1 1:2 4

Morgan p ....... 1 080 0
Totals 34 11 132.27 ,
a-Ran for Ioo st
b- truck odt for MSPrtn .1 7th
e-8ingled for. Fornela n 9th
Chicago ...... lg 1loaO00--
New York ...... 014 200 40-11
Errors-Kell, Nieman. RBI,-
Marshall, Robinson 2. d jes. 2,
Noren, 'JbDougald, couartny 2,
Carey,.tphmBa,2 t Rivea Mman-
tle 4, Tw B J16W8-lvera. Tri-
ple Bauser, X It tAon,
Ceur -, .ivers,
Mant -i ts, unter.
SacriflS-.ri J fly-,
Marshall; car.
Double plays Cou-
Chicag6 56,. on
balls rim 1 I t, Harsh-
man 2, Martin 1, FerielesI. 8.0.
-Orim 5, Trueks .8, Mt 1,
Morgan 1, Fornleles 1. its off-
Trucks 5 2 2-3, Rashman 2 2-,
Martin 2-3, Orml 8 b 24, Mor-
gan 2 2- 1-3, Forniele 4-4 uns
and earned runs -W'Tm 5-8.
Harshman. 2-1,. Grim FOlc-
nleles #-4. Wild pitch Orm.
Hit by pitch OiGr (fi ob)'.
WP-Grim (2-3). IP-Tracks 2-

4 0 1.000
4 0 1.000 NEED NolaV vr usa
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p..h ing -- '. Wn. I educa4& .1

TOF rDOORS wt h* e- | aL'h moment jut wild
sough 3. be effective, testily thoes
Swo have fried to hit him for a *
Solving. W ie batters wait him ota,
young Score fools them b getting .*
Spice of the plate within ex.
.traordlnarill good curve. It is .
__a t 1 r4'ith the hook, as much as his
hard one that the Lake Worth
Wh at'h rg to aFp laed races Turley for the mae ,, i. l .,
.By P Sjur ase .,rieou t leadership. .;. ..toetWe O. keIV 1k
Shoot g Editor S" cre can't throw a stra it ft Lt
ball" observes Bob Feller. "i v. *w .. "
IF ami onorted with no one he throws has a tall on dI t top into p sia qMjl z2t
but keet and trap shooters, he'd it. Even p catch with him,
very soon develop the impression you have tr watch out. If yo .a
that the 16-bore scattergun is dy- d a' ,, you're likely to be hit in tge
ing as Mk d th.e dodo. 1ce I
"T ygets the ball Mpto tho
But s il tie Iay target shooters plate in a burry," says Cal HRuli

A o feia gunners a r20 to 348-yes, 348-a year, his
nlmper 'that some 2, percent no puld ump a foot or more.
of Al boot Iells made, regardless I've seen hi seemingly throw
Ef 4 soi aie bought by rabbit the ball right into the dirt and it
wabers .fðe oes r sthleo 6aue no ud tunp up into the strike
gun. Needless to say the 12ibore Felr was made to seem even
still raiks No. 1 In Aemand, but faster by an almost ally fast
surprieily enough the 16 is still and excellent curve which the Io
outselling. the 20 by a consider- we farm boyhad as a id.
able mazIrg, In terms of bothe l I'S D rLT TO compare
guns and.ammunition the speed of pit hers. Soe have
To me,' this has always been 18 are still embedded in scatter- than ano are-faster a day o
rather surprising, the 16 appear I gunners' minds. te atmosphere, wetMuc er they are on
ng to be a betwixt and between As a ddek gun, the 12 used ptchim.wtreh or wtinet the .rnd,
number, With neither the killing h1ve only about a five-yard ad. ePtchi ng. e 5 ag
noten of the 12- ageg non vantage over the 16, by virtue t et c.
; .. .. -'tthe ladsh Tmmedous f" a a pitchers
But.I'mNMIwitht 1-ounceduck- e
binea ut rentym.charg of 4' available foramWaddelli.Ade Wood Dez.

semi-autojnatic actions that .ae 1-ounm 16 would seem to nme a halferer u gm to
favorites among U. & shotasaa sly51 outclassed. ad of d. to
iners, the -gau u version of my I have a sneaking suspicion Mid Otfd.
model has traMnally run from however. that this situation won'tafor sheer speed among fla
fPur to eight ounces lighter than lidast forever. If modern waddoin., the cannoli allerght s d eta e, oldtimers t
a standard 12. But moat gun-mak- practices and better small-volumare l accol distance--W a.lIter
ers are 'ow rnimng Ut 12-borep.owders can mrke the hot-rodJ r
models of the feather-weight per- .2-bore load possible,o he att noped Johnson would
s,,asion as light as the 1-s once do the same ;thing for te ,16 t, w pe h s n w
were, a the one-clear carryncnd unless my cystal bail Is tirow curvi that wasn't even
were,ht and thage of the-lear carr i and bunlets my .,tnex duck a wrinkle," recollects Muddy
become less distincta ofsa the 16 compete devotes *f Brown. Ruel, who caught the Big Tram,
Yet the demand holds up, t" gP's Sweet Sixteen amd t "but We'd'keep al for the
1), I think, because the less'brethren winl have aV%-o u ne fast- W which was made even (NBA Telephoto)
wight, less-recoil virtues of the Shot dose to play hard r rght-hband hitters to RETURNS TO RED BOX Ted Williams waves to wei-wishers
_weight, lessrecol virtues of thU_ _ot do to pl w th hit because be threw sort of side. upon his arrival at Boston from Florida. Later Williams signed
warit. ,. a Boston Red 8ox contract that will pay him an estimated
"They'd Prow what was coming $100,000 this season.
and they couldn't hit it,"

qmjAlong The Fairways

In an effort to give those Ito submit five cards before May
"A.golfers who have trou le playing 31.
the Summit Rills layout as Is -
3y BRANS REARDOl the tournament committee has
24 eare i naN al League announced a cross country, full- t. r
Written for NEA Service handicap tourney for this Sun-
day, May 3 with tee-time set for
QUESTION: 'Billy Hunter raced 9:00 a.m. There is no entrance
m shortstop to 1 fee for this tournament.
the ball All contestants are reminded
at L p.8CMmed lF Itato pick-up their copy of the y .n
field cros-countr layout when they Written for NBA Service
boxdsoEl the bll register for the tournament.
"to the seats. was ruled There will be a scoresheet at
a twobae hit. WVh Bryor. the clubhouse and all golfers are
Aswe s requested to sign the sheet be-
mea ian a umldga1r fore starting their cross-country ~

.be A fal 6 tto ev


s TmWToumIlim be.an last at the
na in baseB ment is open to all lady golfers.

run WhTo'Was-CI Ism R su dshby Mrng r tip Bch woman wil l i teclutch, but one that retired I
Si Duke S e sticks out in my
Lex ca vnr so ftr ah* Curtela.31, and m rin6 'Will be done by memory
A. a3 i1 ISO taking the ~Oewat sore recorded
_1- for eahhoh6ead making up a It on Jed the second game of
ag.COM- L0sEMPA sixth 18 hole eard. The best score the 153 World Series at Ebbetsa

ma--rrt ida gne plaaeewina. Mick.- Mantle had hit thea hall

sa .. .. t lower leal field st
Other pisa may be awarded theeighth inning w H
et two based on the Galoway scoring Bauer a board to give the Yaa-
SWet system. By method a handicap 'ese and me a two run lead.
14 is ilpWed tg poorer players. Ac- With one out in the Dodgers'
cording to t =aber of strokes b.lf of the ninth, Dick Williams
bat n or Ireacner Rae, siNgie
aboWve par a plagWr registers ~on tu and Jim Gilian
her five eards, ate is awarded a ri 'Mantle, I walked Pee Wet
handicap.:,eqg ,o oe-half the it eee putLng Williams Q9 "ec-
wor w hoI he is plied, or as ond-
hlb as tl.A-trwma boles she Up came Snider, hotter than a
ham plIy. l "Ml thbe" holes are ficr-ckera, and the short right
d d m wl nfxB ,rookly, be eisg.,.
I e forgotten the count, b-ut
"*'W ,,d On -'his ue M fW was fast, bw and
-a hem awn dea boews to make
..VO poc- him i %,ntheWgro~d. We d id4
e ~" --- -. -'.ii be a ae ond Baseman Billy
afSt $et core Sa. i~ I. art
S.! -i t ear daI.s .Aima. I MW ftrit,

IWomen's I-Weekly

Spors, Gymasic

Program A Clayton
The Special Service Division!
of Fort Clayton has initiated a'
twice-weekly sports and gymnas-
tic program for female depen-
dents of posts on the Pacific 81de
of the Isthmus.
The program,-which has been
In successful operation for the
last four weeks, has drawn
classes of from 20 to 30 women
each meeting, largely from
Fotra Clayton and Kobbe.
Instructor-moderator of the
Group Is Pfe. Eldridge Lindsay.
The program under his direction
will be run In three week class-
es, in both the Fort Clayton
tmaa4u Ing ad .. ,-ort day-

The first three-week session
was devoted to instruction in
basketball. The ladies are cur-
rently taking swimming lessons
at the pool and after this three-
week period will return to the
gym for volleyball schooling.
Assistant to Pfc. Lindsay Is
Pfc. Gordon Miller. The program
was conceived bY Special Servic-
es Officer, Captain Cecil E. Flip-

Balboa Gymnasium

Drawing Up Summer

Recreation Program
The Balboa Gymnasium Is In
the process of drawing up its
Summer Recreation Program
which is scheduled to get under
way June 20.
In past years two adult baa-
ketball leagues have used these
facilities, the Government
League from 4:CO to 6:00 p.m.
and the Pacific Basketball.
League from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.
To date there has been no In-
uiry by anyone concerning
eae leagues. Should any groups
be Interested in organizing and
playing in either of these two I
leagues, contact the Balboa
Gymnasium, Telephone No. 2-
The director of the Balboa
Gymnasium will arrange and
conduct the necessary organiza-
tional meetings for both leagues.
However, he will assume no re-
aponsibility for the manage-
ment, operation and function
and financial conduct of either
league once they are organized.
Teams or members of the
Armed Forces are invited to par-
ticipate in the Pacific Basket-
ball League.
Closing date for the organize.
tion of both leagues will be May

Snmall Fryf C

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By JIMMY BBS LiN gfig i
League com ala er. pected
de Schenctady's Al-Staers to MMas l
e Ltte league champions h I #p Clrme
last year has laherited a king e a
sized problem tin bg over that flew
upstate city's busting Babe Ruth aide.
Maletta, how the Babe Ruth "We h
MIKE MAITTA, who bel p e d it could
to open with a strong nucleus of it we hi
coming stars with most of last. ~wrk," i
beasoo s Litle League cham. ly 'on SH
pions having moved up to his cause of
urganization. Most of the 'M like to Li
c,ampa have passed the Little boys whi
League 12-year-old age limit and ment in
row are in the 13-16 Babe Ruth 6nn't ha'

"But It looks as if we're going
to have to spend half the season
gettingg these boys into condition,"
Mike wails.
His oroblEm stems from the
way Schencctady greeted its
champs. The town threw 25 din.
ners for the lads throughout the
winter nd, as Majetta observes,
I.c's yet to see a Little Leaguer
not order a second platter of
Such as Bill Masucel, the Joey
J.y-sized pitcher who hurled and
batted the town to the champion-
saip, wound up feted more than
any native sun in the city's his
"We had an award dinner here
for Marty Servo when he won
Lile welterweight championship,"
| ports editor Al De Santis says,
"nut it didn't make half the
plashh that Masucci Bill Connors
and the rest of that team made."
Schenectady also puts in a
strong claim for having the most
youngsters, proportionately, play
ing in Little League than any spot
.u the nation.
More than 650 kids went into

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'be so at

to fa t
ire roee for W..

Places. m eL PS ',9 m
East Bide have a ry. li
I little Leaguo and YA M M
out once past the field.
he has run loatoNa.t
volunteers to helr run the -e
New York City's twure
league teams should be om
ready ut help in matters .01
this-just as the Chicago 4
Fx have been doing.
The Chiox .program of i
needy Little Leagues on'
city's South Side has resuite
gome of the finest diamoadl
the nation becoming avallaW
lie program.
This week's question:
base runner, whose foot is al
bag as the pitcher starts hj
veryr, return to the base be
the pitch reaches the batter
uot be considered as havligt
his base too soon-Dick Bru.
Little League umpire-bitc
Hloward Gair says: "No. Ite
nor must keep-his foot 0o the

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" THE PROCUREMENT, preparation and serving of food
; public is invited to inspect the facilities and equipment used
Kammerzell, Freedom, Oklahoma: S Sgt. Solon B. Taylor,
y. Stanley, first c~ok, Bridgeton, New Jersey. Dining Hall 807

G'Is Contribute $1085

is one of the most Important missions of an Air Force Base. It takes hundreds of pounds of food'dly to.care for Air Force personnel at Aft'!-k. On Ara'd .Frdse pfrl
by Air Force Food technicians to prepare the extensive menu for the above picture. Prepared to satr*e the hungry appetites of Albrook men are, left to right: $/ALO?2sCt
shift leader, San Bernardino, California; A/1C Louis Hulsing, first cook, Vallejo, California; T/Sgt. James'Skinner, mess steward, Cullman, Alabama; and S/Sgt. Riob i.
will be open on Armed Forces Day which will be held May 21.

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To Radio Free Europe -uc serve Bill

'Owr the eve of Armed Forces tary and ci ilian units not yet
sy 195, the Army self is sett- complete. voluntary contributions BUENOS AIRES, May 19 (UP) I J| T .
g the pace in the Canal Zone for from individuals and firms to the -The Chamber of Deputies be gauIn lrdl.
ntribution'. to the independent A- ipandcd activities of Radio Free debate yesterday government ill UIUI
erican enterprise devoted to car-'Europe are 'till being received by culling for constitutional changes
gin the truth to the peoples be. Canal Zone Crusade for Freedom Ito end the position of the Roman
d th" Iron Curtain- via Radio treasurer Wiiiiam C. Schmitt. the .atholic Church as the official re- WASHINGTON, May 19 (UP)-
ee Europe Chase Manhattan, Bank, Bal- ligion of Argentina. President Eisenhower's military
f.The first complete report of boa, Canal Zone. The debate was expect ted to reserve bill won its first major
lntribrtons to be turned in to last all night. Twenty-two speak. test yesterday when the House
anal Zone Ciusade For Freedom At the req.uest of President Ei- rrs were slated to give their views killed an amendment to let high
airmin- Will Arev came from scnhower, the American Heritage on the issue. The Peronistas hold school and college students avoid
adquorters United States Army Foundation is sponsoring the 195' an ovex whelming majority in the the draft by training during sum.
ribbean today, bringing evi- crusadee For Freeom to provide chamber. mer vacations,
neeof gre ter active interest and funds for R.,dio Free Europe. The bill had been reported fav- The proposal was defeated by a
pprt than ever before in the The President has issued a state- orably by the Constitutional Af- standingg vote of 145 to 109 after
sade program. ment saying that "Every Ameri- fairs Commiitee. The majority re 'opponents claimed it would tor-
Expressing the "pleasure f or can who jjoins this Crusade For port favored amending the Consti. pedo not only the new compulsory
is headquarters to participate Freedom for tie support of Radio tI.tion in order to "assure free- reserve program but aso present
this worthy campaign." As. Free Europe can be sure in his dum and equality of worship be- military reserve plans.
tant Adjunt General. Capt. John heart of these things: il)- He is fore the law."
Lletqaker's message to the lo- supporting the cause of p e a c e A one-man minority report by a The plan was offered by Chair-
SChairnman stated that "in be- throughout the world; (2) He is Padical opposition committeeman man Graham A. Barden (D-N.C.)
if of the Commanding General, helping arm the spirits of captive voiced absolute opposition to the of the House Education and Labor
adquarters. USARCARIB, For1 people with hope and courage; (3) bill on the ground the proposed Commi'tee. He said it was aimed
ador, Caual Zone, submit t e d He is helplin to keep Central and constitutional amendment would at assuring American youths the
rewith is a check in the a- Eastern Europeans strong-hearted, be untimely. The Radical Part y chance of an education uninter-
i of $1S 0.6S.f whichh repre- nationally proud, determined to has been traditionally apti-clerical, rumte# by., military service,
the vcluntary contributions win their own way back to free- however. .Wg Deipocratic and Republi-
Army military nd civilian per- dom. The small Democratic conserva- can louse leaders appealed for
Sn the Panama Area in the "I ur'e every American to sup- I've Party. which has no repre- passage of the new reserve bill
cent crusade For Freedom Cam- port this independent Ameri c a n h sentation in Congress, issued a as a "show of strength" for the
enterprise dedicated to strengthen- statement opposing separation of forthcoming chiefs-of-state meet-
th final reports of other mill- ing the will-to-freedom overseas." church and state, ug with Russia.
Cormark (Mass.) pleaded w it h
kWEEKEND RELEASE! members to "steeef our minds a-
D AY! C LILlTR A I A -,rein0 human emotion." He said
60-it0.30leaders are "cooing a n d
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states i.' buc everyone must re-
member they are really "World
killers. '
GOP Leader Joseph W. Martin
Jr. (Mass.) called the bill a "vi-
tal cog in :he Eisenhower pro-
gram of peace" and the price we
pay for liberty and security."
The House began voting on the
lotly-fought measure after Presi-
dent Eisenhower told his news
conference he urgently hoped for
:ts passage. He said the program
.nay not be perfect but at least it
would be a great step forward.
The bill, aimed at building a
.,.900,000-man "r ea d y reserve"
i by 1960 would require every man
centering military service to spend
combined total'of at least five'
years rn active duty and in the
' ready reserve."
Failure to keep up reserve train-
ing at a specified rate would sub-
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Russians Passing U.S. Air Power?

-'Just Not True, Scoffs Ike

WASHINGTON, May 19-(UP) It first was proposed by Sen.
- President Elsenhower yester- Stuart Symington (D-Mo.) who.
day rejected as "just not true" saad the free, World "may have
Democratic warnings that the lost control of the air" to Rus-
United States may have lost sla.,
control of the air to Soviet Rus- The Demoratic senator, secre-
sla. tary of a'r in- the Truman ad-
ministration, was aroused by a
He told a news conference the D e fen iae Department report
Russians may exceed., US. esti- showing the Soviets had flown
tatna f mS IMa ti ia in lcer- their Ver aln f hthi m. ... ----.

tain fields.
But he scoffed at the Idea the
United States could have "lost
In a twinkling" Its great tech-
nical advantage.
The President made the state-
ment as Senate Democrats put
new steam behind their drive
for a congressional investigation
into whether Russia is outstrip-
ping the United States in air
power. The move was touched
off by official reports on Soviet
The proposed Inquiry drew
powerful support from Chair-
man Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.)
of the Senate Armed Services

Summer, Garcia,

Singh, High Enter

Low Bids To PC
Louis R. Sommer, C. A. High,
Chain Singh and Francisco Gar-
cia were apparent successful
bidders on four separate Canal
projects, for which bids were
opened yesterday morning in the
Board Room of the Balboa
Heights Administrative Building.
An apparent low bid of $16,-
250 was entered by Sommer for
the work Involving the cathodic
protection of fuel oil pipelines
in the Balboa area.
With an offer of $2,490, High
was the apparent low bidder on
the work Of constructing an of-
fice in the pipe and sheetmetal
shop in the Industrial Bureau
Area in" Cristobal.

1c i a niT au to active uy _
lor 45 days under penalty of court Chain Sigh, with a lump sum
martial bid of $9,585 was apparent high
on the purchase, demolition and
It also would permit between removal of 22 buildings in va-
100,000 ond 250,000 17-and 18-year- rious towns In the Canal Zone.
olds to avoid the draft by colun- The buildings to be removed in-
leering for six months special full-. elude the Chagres Theater on
time military training, followed by the AtlantlecSide, the old asphalt
P1 years ir the ready reserve, plant at MIsa Hill in Balboa, a
Failure to keep up reserve train- former quarters building in La
*ng by these youths would subject Boca, two buildings in Gamboa,
them to an additional full t w o- three quarters buildings at Rain-
year draft. bow ty, seven in Ancon and
This is a substitute for t h e Appe i eldro 'chair and
President's proposal to p e r m i ,Approximately5m, chairs andt
drafting youths for the special six- ellanIous motion picture
month training program if there sound and projector equipment
were not enough volunteers tfro mthe hagres Theater are
meet the quota. The administra- being offered for sale on a sep-
tion reluctantly accepted t he arate bid which will be opened
change by the House Armed Serv May 27 in the office of the Su-
Ice Committee as the best it could perintendent of Storehouses In
get out of Congress. Balboa.

Opponents of the reserve pro-
gram denounced it as a "sugar-
.oated" step to ward Universal
,Illtary Training Congress per-
ustently has refused to approve.
Rep. Charles A. Halleck (R-lnd.)
official GOP "assistant leader."
aid that if the House killed the
bill "a drive wil be made to in
'ease appropriation" to beef up
he regular armed forces.

Francisco Garcia, with an of-
fer of $1.13, was apparent low
bidder on the exterior painting
of six Panama Canal quarters
buldia goioated in Ancon.

Three-Day OPAT
Benefit Casino
Opens Tomorrow

Poroiso Civic Ge.,m-.ne*aMfor Of
emve -eAtt-ekemdSlat
Council Meets o i(t

Tomorrow At 7:30 l arj*n .'
T7 Pambao Civic Council wiU B .s
meet In tha acenee room of Pa. U lm _w a_ y.,
also school. mrw evening at -
7:30, w W sthe commimity BA4OA TOOES
is i-yicd
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q WN. wthe Ge,-

Now, he said, the department After disncs dement
issues figures ahowin "the of the B-52 -and et t B-
Communists are ahead of us In 36, the President "...
the production of mode planes, To say that we has n a
of the most important part of twinkling all of ths eh-
an offensive air force." nical dievelopmenten.4o.I
Trevor Gardner, assistant Air bers In our total it
Force secretary, told a Senate not true." --.
military appropftations subcom-

vai.c." vera 011 country's i mlee the air power advantage -The President said 8nye oun
B-52 Intercontinental bomber. held by. the United States "has try cawin control over a v-ly
Shortly after the Predent's been diluted by Russia's posses- n area at a given tme i t
news conference, Symlngton Is- sion of nuclear weapons. wants to concentrate n oteh of
sued a statement saying his He said development of an in- its air power t thatwartcula
warning was based on nforma- tercontinental bomber by Rus- point. He said th uan did
tion released by the Defense De- sia would shave this edge fur- just that to the le World
partmient last Friday. their. War II as late as Jan. 1945.
He reiterated "the Commun- Gardner also said Soet air- The President said vnce the
Lists are at least in the prove m craft accomplishments since United States had a 8 apply of
of surpassing the United States.' World War U "are a phenom- it had a chance to Ngi for a
SymIngton sald a"aome time enom of military history." really fine type In&ah R2 2 a
back" the department claimed The President said Syming- Its successors He % ed
the Soviets were building only a ton's statement about control of that succesoars to t0e ws-w
"defensive a ,forcF." the air was "very g@nerulised." certainly comOe along. -



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