Dulles Gives Wary Welcome
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- WASHINGTON, May 15 (UP) Secretary of State John Foster Dulles said today
thi Unitet5tate "welcomes" Russia't plan to cut her armed forces "if this proves to
be evidetfee of an' Intent to f oregtf the use of force, in international affairs." --
x v,But Dulles quickly warned there will be 'no verification of, actual reduction in
: And he also added tnat men tanen out ot ine soviet armed services and channeled
: into industry could produce more military power than If they remained in Russia's
-". huge military machine.;VVy'"0' VV; T'' c"1UXv:;,. ;:-: V1,' : 'V '-; -.C".?';
'f At one point in his news conference, Dulles atd he would rather have Soviet men
standing around doing guard duty than making atomic bombs.'
juuiies 8ia ne Dtu wj'...irj ui. uciciwc iui uwouuuu,
Russian plan to cut her military
manpower IS uaaeu upuu cum
telling economic factors.
But he taia tne Russians arc
trvinir to iisn the shift as a nroD-
aganda, weapon, hoping K win mainiam. a iorce ei approxi approxi-make
make approxi-make other -nations relax their mately j,850,00 men for the
military strength. ; "ndef inlte future."
f He quickly said the United There were these other devei devei-States
States devei-States will not advocate cutting opmentg In connection with the
its armed service. merely be
cause of a propaganda move.
This also was made plain by
Carter L. Burgess, assistant sec-
!!oilei. Tells Reds
' MOSCOW, May 15 (UP)
Trench Premier Guy Mollet said
todays that France wants ,t de develop
velop develop .friendlier relations with
the Soviet Union," hut intends to
"remain faithful" to iU western
alliance under aiyr conditions.
Mollet made his statement in
an airport speech as he a n a
Foreignt Minister Christian Pi Pi-neau
neau Pi-neau arrived r by plane v from
Paris to start a seriea of talks
: with Soviet leaders.
"France belongs to' alliances,
. j vnni.t sly evpn to communi-
1 i '1 1 -ni'i
, .iiJit by I ie...Jfr M M-.o!,.i
.o!,.i M-.o!,.i Bulsamn and other Soviet
fit fi rials.-
"This goes hand In hand with
her concern for seeking a peace peaceful
ful peaceful settlement of all disagree disagreements
ments disagreements which exist in the world.
, HWe beUeve in the relaxation
of strained relations between
.natidns, and our presence here
Is witness to this." ;
Aged Synoman Rhee
Leads ROX Voters
To Polling Booths ;
SEOUL. Korea. May 15 (UF)
Aging Syngman Rhee, assured of
reelection in bouth Korea a presi presidential
dential presidential elections, today led 9,000, 9,000,-000
000 9,000,-000 Koreans to the ballot box with
a plea they choose a 'Kood,' right righteous
eous righteous man."
.'Rhee's onlv onoonen former
Communist Cho Bong Am, pro pro-cresive
cresive pro-cresive Party leader, was in hid'
ing and apparently did not vote.
He disappeared more man a wee ti
a so with an announcement he fear-
ed assassination at the hands of
ultra-nehtists. t 1
in contrast to pre-election viol violence
ence violence and death,, no serious incid incidents
ents incidents were reported as the voters
filed into polling booths under sun sunny
ny sunny skies in the nation's tlurd elec election.
tion. election. Authorities warned there
might be some outbreaks when
ballot counting starts tonight 1
The polls close at S p.m. first
returns are expected at midnight.
In the Seoul area Korean soldi soldiers
ers soldiers marched to polling booths in
platoon formations, pbcying the,
sharp military commands of ser
geants. The armed forces vote Was
near 100 oer cent -. ;' v-
ROK military police jeeps patrol
led tue capuai sireeis. t f ,
The 81-vear-old Rhee. first and
only President of the New Korean
ReDublic. was the iirst and onlylard "P. McCormick of Rutgers U
President oi tne new Korean ne
public, was ine lira 10 vote m m&i
district near the capitol building!
WASHINGTON, May IS (UP)
If the weather hadn't been so hot
Sunday. Mrs. Ellis Mills might
have driven all the way back to
Leesburg, Vs., in the wrong Ca-
'. dillac... ; -. r ,;
Mrs. Mills, who' drove her hus
band .here to catch a plane, got
in the wrong car as she left Na National
tional National Airport. It was an easy mis mistake
take mistake to make. ", ;
Her car was parked nearby, her
key fitted both, and the two cars
were identical in all but one respect.':-
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Mrs. Mills noticed the difference!
after driving about five miles in
the 90-degrce weather. "The Cadil Cadil-lae
lae Cadil-lae she took had air-conditioning.
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jln testimony before a. Senate I
umiu.j apyivynaiauug euuwiu'
mittee toaay. ..
Burcess said "we plan 40
Soviet military cutback:
' 1..' Alr secretary, Donald A A-Quarles
Quarles A-Quarles warned at a' hearing of
the senate Military Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations subcommittee that there is
no indication Russia is "mate "materially
rially "materially weakening" its air atomic
power by its announced man
power cutback. He said there
should be no reduction in the
VS. Air Force budget.
2. U.S. diplomats said the west
should not put full faith in Rus
sia's announcement in the ab
sence of an arms inspection plan
considered vital to any practical
international disarmament plan.
These officials said the Soviet
action should not' prompt any
similar allied military cutbacks.
1 Army sources disclosed that
Russia bad now equipped its
huge army with a "deadly new
family f weapon" which In
many cases are superior to U.
S arms. They said this may
explain the Soviets professed
v.- 1 pnp.i l rt, (i;r r is, ;:;!-
4. White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty said yesterday
tnat the Russian announcement
of a 1,200,000-man cutback in
the next year -would have had
Dag Leads Ceremony
WILLIAMSBURG, Va.. May 15
(UP) U N.. Secretary General
Da Hammarskjoid today led an
international assembly in conrae conrae-moratinc
moratinc conrae-moratinc the 180th anniversary of
the Virsinia Convention's caU for
independence in 1776,
Hammarskjoid, who has Just' re
turned from his Middle Eastern!
peace- mission, was scheduled to
be the major speaker at outdoor
ceremonies at tne renunt colonial
capitol attended by Western and
Soviet bloc diplomats and nation-
al and state officials,
The U.N. diolomat was expect
ed to discuss the international im-
plications of the Bill of Rights and
possibly to review peace prospects
in the Middle East and elsewhere
in the world.
Soviet Ambassador Georel Zar-
oubin accepted an invitation to at attend
tend attend the ceremonies known as the
Prelude to Independence. The Rus
sian and diplomats from 30 other
nations, including Poland. Czechos
lovakia and Hungary, were cer
tain to get a concentrated, lesson
in Mrjy American history;
The Virginia Convention issued
its call for i independence from i
Britain on May IS, 1776. George
Mason's original Virginia Declara Declaration
tion Declaration of Rights was to be read at
today s ceremonies by Dr.. Rich
On Crop Damages
PARIS. May 15 (UP) French
farm leaderstoday called on
peasants to barricade national
highways this weekend to pro-;
test against government Inac Inaction
tion Inaction in meeting their demands.
The farmers want full com compensation
pensation compensation for winner crop dam damages
ages damages amounting to around on
billion dollars. They also have
been clamoring for a new deal"
farm policy. They claim their
income has been falling steadily
while the farm population flocks
o the towns. VT-
The National Federation of
Farm Unions ordered the peas peasants
ants peasants to 'tart building barricade
'Let the people
nrrps i ir
uiuic sienmcance li Mnsrow
had been more willing to accept
the West's disarmament propos
als, especially president Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's open-skies inspection
5. Congressmen eenerallv were
skeptical Sen. Henry M. Jackson
iiwasn.) said until a "rascal "rascal-proof
proof "rascal-proof system" of International
arms inspection and disarma disarmament
ment disarmament is developed "we cant rely
on self-serving declarations from
Red Naval Attache
Said Snooping In
Pugel Sound Areas
; SEATTLEj Wash.. Mv 15 ftTP)
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer re-
ponea roaay tnat two Russian na naval
val naval attaches have been seen at
Puget Sound nival installations
during the .past 10 days.
The FBI refused to comment on
the report ;
The Post-Intelliuencer said the
men have been seen at the Puget
Sound nsvil shipyard at Bremer Bremerton
ton Bremerton and at Boeing Airplane Compa Company
ny Company installations at Seattle and
Renton. The paper said it is believ believed
ed believed the attaches now are touring
the west coastline of the state.
According to the paper, thfi pair
a'Ttva 1 v plane r'iv 5
names g S, S, i-eucrov and I.
The paper said both checked out
of the hotel Thursday of last week
and are now believed in the Bel Bel-iingham
iingham Bel-iingham or ocean coast areas.
The Puget Sound area is not
included among those sections of
tne united- states declared re
stricted to Soviet representatives:
The newspaper said both attach
es have asked questions in the
neighborhood of important Puget
Sound industrial installations. The
two are about to visit points along
me Columbia River but not includ
ing the atomic plant at Hanford
which is under high-security re
structions, the paper said it has
been informed. v
Spokesmen at the 13th Naval
District headquarters here and at
Puget Sound naval shipyard at
nearby Bremerton offered no com
The newspaper said the pair has
been under the surveillance of the!two supreme Court decisions to
Seattle FBI office.
2 Workers Jailed
For Swiping Scrap
At Ancon Building
Two members of a crew em employed
ployed employed by Chain Singh to disman dismantle
tle dismantle a vacant building in Ancon
were sentenced to five days in jail
today for petty larceny. m
The two men,' Maximo Gutierrez
nrf Fnohin Iharr wm halpH
intQ Magistrate's Court on
a charged of stealing 60 lbs. of.
scrap metal, valued at $7.20, from
the bouse that was being disman
Removal Of Dead
NEW YORK,' May IS (UP) -The
city's street cleaners yester yesterday
day yesterday successfully met their biggest
challenge, the removal of a dead
elephant from the middle of First
Avenue.' ;r m
The 3,000 pound elephant, nam named
ed named Emily, dropped dead of a heat
stroke Sunday night while ambling
to the Ringling Brothers, Barrum
and Bailey Circus- train.
Sanitation Department workers
had to use a crane' winch to lift
the bulk aboard a huge van. Of
ficials said the 22-year-old veteran
of 12 years with the greatest show
on earth would be boiled down in into
to into soap and grease.
, She was the largest single ob object
ject object the department ever has re
moved from a New xorK street.
Sanitation men have carted a 50 50-foot
foot 50-foot whale away from a beach and
roped a rampaging slaughter
house-bound steer near Central
Park, But they never before had
anything on their hands like Emi
The Department's all-lime rec
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PANAMA, R, P, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 195
REMOVES STARS Brig.
Oen. Wallace M. Greene, Jr.
commanding general, Recruit
Training Command at Parris
Island, s. C; removes the stars
from his collar as he says, "I
.don't want to talk to you as a
general officer in the Marine
Corps. -1 want to speak lust
as a Marine." The incident
occurred during Greene's
sneech to graduating members
of Platoon 71 who were in involved
volved involved In the disciplinary
march In which six members
j lost their lives. :
Gl Vho Killed
'Ine U.to.. Ludu 01 ftuiUaryi
Appeals has taken under con consideration
sideration consideration whether a military
court had the. right to try Sgt.
James C, Gallagher, on charges
01 killing two fellow American
prisoners in Korea. : ?f
The Army disclosed yesterday
in taking the case, to the ap appeals
peals appeals court that its own review
board ordered, charges against
the 24-year-old soldier dismiss dismissed.
ed. dismissed. The board said the military
court that ; tried him did not
have Jurisdiction. ,5
A court-martial at Governors
Island, N.Y., sentenced the
Brooklyn, N.Y., soldier to. life
Imprisonment and alshonorable
discharge last Aug. 19.
He was found guilty of mur murdering
dering murdering two fellow prisoners,
' maltreatment of three prison. -era,
- collaboration with the
enemy and informing.
, The Army review board, eom-
nr,H nf three Vninnels.' cited
support its eiaim tnat tne court-
martial had no jurisdiction to
try Gallagher. ?
The Army's acting judge ad advocate
vocate advocate general, Brig. Gen. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley W. Jones, studied the Army
review board decision. He then
ordered' the trial record sent to
the Military Appeals Court, a
civilian body.' "for consideration
cf the jurisdictional question."
,The board cited a 1949 Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court decision that an
accused iwho had been honor honorably
ably honorably discharged could not be
trie A affar raanll.cf.tnant fnr nf.
'fenses committed in his prior
, Gallagher's earlier enlistment
i expired Oct. 27, 1dj. He re
enlisted the next day.
3000 Lb. Elephant
ord clean-up job came after the
1951 ticker-tape parade honoring
ben, Douglas MacArthur when be
came home after President Tru
man fired him as Far East com commander,
mander, commander, : :
A total of 3,249 tons, of debris
were cleaned up that day-incluing
a two-way stretch girdle. But a a-bout
bout a-bout the largest single item was
a telephone directory
Other items street sweepers have
found cluttering the streets of the
nation's biggest city have included
sticks of dynamite, vials of ra
dium, money, jewelry, discarded
World War II weapons and riflel
shells. .- J,-:- farmers vote their pocket books,
They have bees called upon to they'll ask fot a Democratic bal bal-remove
remove bal-remove the wreckaee of airplane' Int." l ,r j
crashes,' including the debris left
when an Army bomber slammed
into the Empire State Building.;
Once the street cleaners f e 1 1
down on the job. An elderly Park
aVenne woman reported her dog
had lost its gold bridgework, but
the .Sanitation Department never
located the missing article -'
country it $ae Abraham Lincoln.
Kill 38 Arabs
ALGIERS. Mav 15 (UP)
French troops killed 38 Arab
guerrillas and captured 30 in
skirmishes in central and west'
em Algeria during the past 24
hours, authorities said today.
Two French soldiers were kid
naped In the ambush southwest
of Oran that set off the western
Four other kidnaped troops
were rescued by their comrades,
wno killed 20 guerrillas and cap
tured 30. -,-
- I Ctntrd Alr;a, Frtnch troops
iHpoitt4 by tmkt, .artilltry an
htlieopMrt tmithtd a urrilla
Irengtaiirt 4iif uitad H a aarive
hack in th AlflMf luburk tiy tiy-tt.
tt. tiy-tt. lightttit luarrjllai war killad
n4 (iva 'ranchman war weund-
In the eastern provincial can
Ital of Constantlne, riot police
cordoned off the Jewish quarter
10 prevent a renewal of the
vigilant eralds in which 31 A A-rabs
rabs A-rabs were killed and 45 persons
wounded over the weekend.
In the western province ; of
Oran, farmers and townsmen
lined ud to loin the militia be
ing formed to deal with the gue-
rnna oanas wmcn ournea out
more than 100 farms and home
steads in the province last week.
Red China Installs
Tough l!e7 Governor
KATHMANDU. Nepal. Mav 15-
(Uff Communist China install installed
ed installed a tough new military governor
in Tibet following last month's
bloody tnti Communist uprising.
reports reaching here today said.
ine uprising came when Tibe Tibetan
tan Tibetan rebels armed with spears and
muzzleloading rules overran .a big.
well-armed, Red' Chinese garrison
Apru i.,.;.r,,v ... ,1
Reliable reports' said' massive
Chinese reinforcements partly re
stored oruer. -,-i
A new military sovernor arriv
ed from China April 17 with new
officers and vowed to crush law
lessness under strict new laws.
According to new reports reaching
here the new Chinese governor.
whose name was not knwon here,
also cracked down on Nepalese
merchants, in the Tibetan capitol
of Lhassa, tne reports said.
The new Chinese regime in Ti
bet is suspicious of Nepalese trad
ers because of Nepal's diplomatic
relations with the united states
and because of the large number
of Americans working in Nepal,
Today Gives Farmers
Chance To 'Revblr
OMAHA, Neb May IS (UP) -The
nation watched Nebraska to
day for signs of a farmers "re
volt", is the popularity contest pri
mary race between President Ei
senhower and Sen- Estea Kefauvtr.
Voting was expected "to be light
in staunchly-Republican Nebraska
The President and the Tennessean
were unopposed on the Republican
and Democratic ballots, making it
the second corn belt .test of
strength between them within a
week. -'.,. .-
Last Tuesday; Hoosier" farmers
gave the President a vote of con confidence
fidence confidence in the Indiana primary.
However, Kefauver forces claimed
a victory on the basis of v. the
Democratic share of votes, v
In 1952, the total- Nebraska pri primary
mary primary vote was 362,176, with the
Republicans getting 237.207 and the
Democrats 124,969. Today's voting
is expected to be lighter.
if the farmers want to show dis displeasure
pleasure displeasure against Eisenhower admi
nistration policies, they have a
golden opportunity in the Nebraska
primary. This is -because voters in
rural areas and towns of less than
7000 can ask for either ballot.
Democratic national committee-
man Bernard 'J. Boyle said "if
Boyle and other Democrats were
cautious with their predictions, al although
though although most-were hopeful that
some farmers would desert the
GOP ranks and give the Democrats
a' better than average showing.
They also felt any strong show
of opposition' will wait until the
i general election in the fall.
With Army, AF
Get 5 Cent Hike
A new, higher -wage sched schedule
ule schedule for per diem U.S. .citizen
employes of the Army and AT'
Force has been approved by
the Army-Air Force Wage Wage-Board,
Board, Wage-Board, K was announced today
by Local 595, National Feder Federation
ation Federation of Federal Employes.
A cable received last night
from National Headquarters,
NFFE, advised that the pay In.
crease averaging five cents
per hour would go Into ef effect
fect effect on the first pay period aft after
er after May 4, 0 ;
Robert Pearl; Dies
In SI. Petersburg
Robert Fuller Pearl, former con
trot house operator at Miraflores
Locks, wno retired from Canal
service last May, died yesterday
afternoon in St. Petersburg, Fla.,
after, a long illness. He was 53
Mr. Pearl left the Canal organi organization
zation organization after 29 years of service
and for the past year had oeen
making' his home in St. Peters Petersburg.?.
A aative of Baltimore. Md.. he
came to the Isthmus in 1926 when
he was employed as a cable splic splicer
er splicer with the telephone and power
branch of the Electrical Division.
He was later transferred to the
Pacific Locks as an' operator.
curing nis .many years ot resi-
uenca on yie inraug, ne won an
scuvepart n Masonic affair, and
was a rasi -roremate ot adoii
SsM Tfrnnlf n Bsihna Pnr manviVOt.es nmre' V"
facwas i, corner u tne K-
lectrical Workers Union
In addition to his widow, he Is
survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Evelyn Corrigan, Of Las Cumbres;
Mrs. Doris Koontz, of Cocoa, Fla.;
and his brother, Hary E. Pearl,
an employe in the Engineering
Division, and two grandchildren.
. runerar .services will be i ant
nounced later. ; f ii
WASHINGTON. May 15 fUPW
Defense Secretary Charles F, Wil
son, former president of General
Motors, said" yesterday he would
like to see the Russians convert
some of their munitions factories
into automobile plants, v v
But Sen. J William Fulbrieht
fD-Ark.) questioned at a Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
hearing whether this would really
be an imorovement.
"We kill more people in auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles than werdo in war," Fiil Fiil-bright
bright Fiil-bright observed. "The automobile
is a very dangerous lVapon.
"A good' many peoole used to
get kicked by mules,',' Wilson re retorted.
torted. retorted. v,.':Y
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PANTY RAID AT SMU A Southern Methodist University
student gets a drenching with water as more than 200 male
students stormed a sorority house at Dallas, Tex., in the
campus' first panty raid. Two -male students (lower left)
attempt to Ret their dates Into the house during the raid.
Edge Over (Jbytia
, Reports from 62 of the republic's 829 precincts
today gave Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr., a 2-to-l lead
over Victor Florencio Goytia in the presidential
elections held Sunday. .
Provisional figures released by the National E E-lection
lection E-lection Jury gave the National Patriotic Coalition's
candidate, de la Guardia, a total of 15,451 votes to
7,752 for Goytia of the National Liberal Party. :
These figures include returns from all but
three of the Republic's nine provinces: Darien, Bo Bo-cas
cas Bo-cas del Toro and Herrera.
Votes Counted so far amount to about 10 per
cent of the estimated total cast. 1 .-
The counting and separation of votes by provin provincial
cial provincial election-juries will continue throughout the day
today. The official recount by the National Election
Jury is scheduled to start
rsovtia held 'a slim o-vote lead
at the end of count of 'ballots
east In the first six precincts of
panama,dty yesteday. How However,
ever, However, this morning returns from
r. l0, ..,,..-flr.t ten nre-
- uirdia '423
...... v, a l n r narn'y
re wuis weiej """"'-"l
2,767; uoyiia, """-
tage- of 423 votes for the CPN
a hreakdown of returns so far
from the other provinces are as
follows: 1 ''
COLON: De la Guardia, 2.T75;
Goytia. 1,922 (ten precincts)!
COCLE: De la Guardia, 1,202;
ftAvM 44ft ften nreclnctslr
LOS SANTOS: De la Guartla,
100: Govtia. 474 (11 precincts)
CHIRIQUI: De la Guardia, 2,
953: Goytia, 112 (13 precincts).
VERAGUASr De la -Guardia,
2 Parted Brothers f
Reunited In Jail;
Both Liked Bikes
TOKYO. May 15 (UPV two
brother who were parted 10 years
ago were reunited in jail and they
both faced the same charge yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. ..
While oueslfonln? Takeo Toda,
on a' bicycle theft charge, po police
lice police recalled they were holding
another ToHa Maiao, 26, also for
bicycle theft. 1
The brothers said they were
separated when their parents died
10 years ago and had been hunt hunting
ing hunting all over Japan for each other
2,210; Gojstlaf .525
clncts). v !'
Meanwhile, the National Elec Election
tion Election Bpard has named a three,
man committee to investigate
charges, of ballot boxes being
stolen and returned and of ot ti tiers
ers tiers beinT stolen and bnrni"! 1 1
the nutsi..,'U of I .iiidina C . i
in the city of penonome in tr.e
Province of code,
Roberto Diaz,,a CPN candidate
to the National Assembly for the.
province of Code, and his fol followers
lowers followers are accused ( of taking;
three ballot boxes at gunpoint
and burning them on the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Penonome following 4
discussion over the credentiala'
of one of his representatives.
i The Liberal Party has reported
the burning of three ballot boxea
in the area of Juan Diaz, alleg alleg-edly
edly alleg-edly by members of the CPN
Provincial juries are schedulM
to start counting the votes east
for Assemblymen and alternate
assemblymen as soon as they
have completed the aenaratmn
and counting of the presidential
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ROUTE TO BIKINI, May 15-
i. V Atomic task lore Of-
flclals today changed thedata
for the hydroeen bomb evnTrKttni
to Thursday as a result ol im improving
proving improving weather. ; f
The explosion will be the first
air-dropped detonation of an H-
bomb b.v the United Rt.nt.M Tt
will also be the first H-Bomb -explosion
to be witnessed' by
news reporters. . T
The test was supposed to have
gone off today, but officials
postponed it because the winds
would have carried the radio-
active fallout over inhabited
islands in the Marshalls. J
, An announcement saldr
,The somewhat more favorable
outlook reported last nleht Is he-
coming firmer. We can foresee
some possibility of accentawe
weather on Thursday. Today is
u-any minus two." -.- ?
.When, the explosion' takes -place,
a B-52 jet bomber- will
drop the bomb above Namu
island in Bikini atoll. The bomb
will go off at a height of about
jo.ooo leet. ...
Observers will be allowed to
inspect the arcraft tender Ba-
doeng Strait and decontamina
tion equipment to be used in the
test. i ;
Would Give Women,
Men Enual Riohts
WASHINGTON, May 15 (UP)-i
The Senate Judiciary Committee
has approved a proposed consti-
tutional amendment guaranteeing
equal rights to women and men.
Hiief nonnr of the meiire is'
Sen. John Marshal Butler (R-Md.). :
Similar proposals have passed the
Senate twice in recent years only
to die in the House.
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aasr Lai tan ara eabluaaa ia the ardat tacetvaS.
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laeatift f WIN? arriteia h M4 la tt fittest ceafideaca.
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j THE MAIL BOX
I dont usually reply to anonymous letters, but In the case
of Colonel Blimp, I think I should. ,
He has completely missed the point of my letter, for if he
were to read tt again, he would see that nowhere did I say
anything about TV in the Zone, but confined my remarks to
the listing in the Panama Canal Review. I don't want to get
into a hassle now about TV in the Zone, for that isn't what I
'"oner twcTof Blimp's remarks should be commented on,
i,v. -vtrl. ri,i (n thP Remihlln of Goodyear.
There is no "rival," for Goodyear is firmly established here.
Then he says that I "infer" something. I not only did not
infer it, I didn't even imply, which is the word he
To wind up. Blimp tells me to relax and enjoy TV, courtesy
of US Industries. US industries or 160,000,000 US taxpayers?,
, v!;,, ,- .v L. W. Worcester
? ( This is to "keen Observer." Your attack on second gen generation
eration generation Zonians really amazed me and many of my friends. J
cannot help but believe it is mere jealousy speaking and not
v . . mm - m ... Mall vnnvulf a
your true opinion ana oeuei u yuu j i lu -keen
. Anyone with any intelligence whatsoever can see ttiat of
the so-called "local yokels," 19 out of 20 of them hold good
positions and hold them well enough so that no keen observer
Coryouresuprintendents, Jeading men, foremen and even
directors, have you noticed how many second generation Zo Zo-nians
nians Zo-nians occupy these positions? Yet the Canal runs umoothly on.
They can't be doing such a bad Job after call, can they?
From all reports I have ever received on Zonians departed
from these shores, I have yet to hear of one who didn't make
good. This no doubt can all be attributed to three factors,
namely, the exceptional- schooling system here, the discipline
that comes natural through living in a governmental area such
as this, and finally the inherent gumption to try to get ahead.
Only a small percentage 'of second generation Zonians elect
to remain here, Mr. Keen Observer, but those that dp have the
right through the United States Constitution ad Bill of Rights
to do as they please, and they seem to make out all right. In
fact, very well -So well, indeed,, that they make a lot of would would-be
be would-be experts from up north hang their heads in shame. The re recent
cent recent look overhaul job was a good example of this "Nuff said?
Look around a little better, Keen Observer. Watch the local
yokel and feel your eyes pop. It takes a good man to make a
tough Job look easy. Perhaps that's why you say they're not
worth 'a darn you don't observe enough. '
' Second Generation Zonian ..
This coin ma has beea prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor RieseJ's. staff toi toi-kowing
kowing toi-kowing a bedside conference with
the stricken columnist.)
me Republican elephant is not
rolling over and olavine dead
in the mddile of the race for votes
of millions of rank and file union
members this November. The
OOP has set in motion a nation
wjde labor operation to go over
Uieheads of union chiefs tied to
tne Democrats and to coordinate
the activities of Republican union-
They are matching the Demo
crats, technique by technique, andj
will have Republican labor com-j
mitteey on state levels' as well as!
a top-flight national labor advisory
committee. And, like the Demo
crats, tbe GOr has set un a labor
section within their national or organization
ganization organization with a full-time director.-,
Heading this vital section Is a
man named Roy James, formerly
administrative assistant to the Sen Senate
ate Senate Labor Committee. James was
pushed for the post by Labor Sec
retary James Mitchell, who has;
vigorously proposed a, course Dy
the Republicans that would steer
away from a head-on clash with
powerful union leader Mitchell
and his associates are m the GOP
group that prefers to placate la
bor as against tne uoldwater-Jen-
ner-Curtis wing of the party which
believes in a tougher: approach.
The state committees of the
GOP will be matched by those of
the Democrats, who have set up
a national Labor Dvision run by
xnomas K. uyrne, a former Con Consultant
sultant Consultant to the U.S. Labor Depart
ment ana a man with wide con contacts
tacts contacts among labor leaders.
t APHIDS-THAT BLOOM IN THE SPRING, TRA-LA It's county agent Ray Graham of
f i-awrence L-oumy, mo, loomng over not lour-Ieaf clover but alfalfa. He's inspecting crowns
I of alfalfa for pea aphids which are currently wiping out whole fields of the crop in the area.
, The aphids are tiny juice-sucking insects which draw out the up from growing plants, cans-
.Ing them to wilt in a few days.
, I' ft
tYe, sir, I think I make" enough to support your
aaugmer i oniy nave to pay 912.00 income taxi"
In conformity with Article. 13 of the Artiglee of In Incorporation,
corporation, Incorporation, and by decision of the Board of Directors,
shareholders of SPECIAL ORDINARY STOCK of the
Company are hereby informed that the Shareholders
Meeting of jthe PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COM-
PANY, INC. (BANCO FIDUCIARIO DE PANAMA, S.A.)
will be held at the company's offices, No. T-2-30 "I"
Street, Panama City, at 3:00 p.m. Monday, May 28th,
.1956. in order to consider the following:
r Report of the Board of Directors
r 2d Election of Directors for the period of 1956
I 3d Presentation of General Statement and
; : Profit and Loss Accounts at close of
;, ; 1 business, December 31st, 1955
; k 4. Information with respect to a reform of v?
j. the Capital Stock
. 6. Matters proposed by the Directors or
PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COMPANYjNC
.The Secretary. y
Panama May 12, 1956.
- : B BOB RUARK
LAMU ISLAND, Kenya just a sufficient percentage of the to camp until S p.m.' During this
across the channel from this an- mass td split up the herds and; time he will have walked 30 miles,
cient Arab stronghold, a curious send them scurrying hundreds of '.half of which will range from a
experiment of our times is takine! miles away. -' I trot to a dead run. I went out with
place. There, on Manda Island,) If they persist in infesting a him one morning and we logged
hardcore idau Maus are more or particular area, he really beats! 10 milej in two hours which is too
WASHINGTON The backstage
maneuvering over a farm bill has
been haoDenine with nrh litrhtnino
soeed that th nr. lo .nn. ,h
public, cant keep up with it Sel-
uum, nowever, nas pouues been
so wrapped up in any legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, even in an election year
With dire reports coming from
the farm belt following Ike's veto
of the farm bill, the Republicans
were almost frantic in thsiv
sire to pass something to put im-
uicuuic casn m me larmer s
pocket Secretary of Agriculture
BenSOn Was alsn frnti. in hie
desire to get credit for the soil
Appearing befnr th
asked by Chairman Harold Cool-
ey, onn Carolina Democrat
Mr., secretary, you have pre presented
sented presented somethinir vnn sll tha anil
bank. But you overlook the fact
1Kb, in 1 f0 J nn
ui. j mt w n 1 m- 11 1 i i i
. .. .,wwv,vw
siarung 10 Duua up the sou of 1
thi o Mumtn. A.J M .t H
MUS VUUUUV. Mllll I IT! Ill I 11 LI T VOUP
on, wt continued to' build up the
sou. tvery year mat you've been
in office, however.'you have asked
US for less and less tnnnov far
sod. You asked us last year for
$175,000,000 and we voted you
And now suddenly you want
what you call a soil bank,
j "I rememher last Fnhnmn,
continued .Cooley, "I wrote you'a
less permanently detained, as they up the stubborn herd. Otherwise,
call it, without trial. : be will only shoot three, unless he
Vv x ''it has to shoot an extra one out of
.And Just a few 'miles down the his lap.
road, a friend of minenamed Eric -1 have had some dealings with
t.unagren is nsKing ms we awiy pe African eiepnant, ana more, by a leopard and tossed seven
for people he would rather shoot than 1, even in the open, is. a hand-' times by buffalo. But his respect
fast for a city softie like meMy
feet still hurt ... Tr. v
Kundgren, as a Game Depart Department
ment Department employe and professional
hunter, has been severly mauled
I lor tne uame Department. His lui. uut Kundgren. in tne mica- is still lot tne elephant.-.
Bvrne's first sten in whinnino job is to thin out the marauding! est thorn I have ever seen, some-i "I don't know why I hunt them.
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cicpiiaiii ncius 10 mate me idnu umes nas iu snooi or run bis way ne saiu, except uiai i in sc .rea
safe for the resettlement of the out of a herd of 30 or 40, all milling stiff t jey time I come up on a
Mau Mau as they are released. times has to shot or run his way herd, ene I wonder if III get out
This tropical bushland is thickly; see 10 feet ahead of you. of this one alive.
studded with the 'dom palm, a j When I went up to see him, he "The best elephant hunter I ever
spiky-trunked palm which bears had just shot 14, and on four knew got careless one day, after
..... ii.. i. : 1 1 .1 i i i i i ." j
labor into line for the Democrats
will be the formation of a 15-man
national labor advisory committee.
Ten of the 15 who will serve have
already accepted and within a
week the names oi the full group
will be announced. George Harri
son, head of the powerful Railway
Clerks Union, wul be chairman
of this committee. Harrison has
long been identified with the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats and some years back was
offered the ambassadorship to
France by Harry Truman. Harri Harrison
son Harrison preferred to stay, with his
Interestingly enough. Harrison
has been pushing for tbe nomina
tion of Frank Clement, 36-year-old
governor of Tennessee, as vice
president on the Democratic tick ticket.
et. ticket. If Clement is nominated it
means that an older candidate.
from a northern state, will prob
ably be the presidential nominee.
Harrison's ltr-man committee will
have as its primary job the form formulation
ulation formulation of a proposed labor plat
form for the Democrats. The bulk
of their proposals will undoubted
ly be incorporated into the final
plank submitted tq the conven convention,
tion, convention, for these men talk for the
most powerful force within the
Democratic party. ;
These Influential unionists have
hammered together a giant vote vote-gathering
gathering vote-gathering machine across the
country complete with precinct
workers, ladies', auxiliaries, plant
and shop committees and huge
amounts of ready cash to be used
either as outright campaign con contributions
tributions contributions or for printing of liter literature
ature literature or for radio and TV pro-
rams featuring Democratic can can-idates.
idates. can-idates. In addition, they will walk iito
the Chicago nominating convention
with an important chunk of dele delegates
gates delegates from New York, New Jer
sey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts,
Ohio, Illinois," Wisconsin and Cali Cali-fornia.
fornia. Cali-fornia. :,
It's a cinch, too, that any presidential-candidate
will be cleared
with these men who control the
money and manpower so vital to
an effective election campaign.
. The union chiefs will also have
an impressive record of perform
ance behind them not just in. past
elections but in the recent fight
for control of the regular Demo
cratic party machinery in Texas.
Labor was anxious to defeat the
faction of the Democratic party
led by Gov. Allan Shivers. They
wanted the Sam Rayburn-Lyndon
Johnson wing of the Texas party
to eain Control. Thev tossed cash
and precinct workers into the fight
and tney succeeded, snivers lost.
The unionists especially the po
litical strategists of Walter Reuth-
er s UAW and other old CIO un unionshave
ionshave unionshave their eyes on more than
Texas, with its upwards of 500,-
000 union members. They are look looking
ing looking ahead to -making inroads in
the entire southwest an area where
labor has never before played an
influential political role, but where
union membership is mounting.
So, tie donkey and the elephant
are approaching the starting gate
for the big race In '56 and the
stakes are high.
nuts a little smaller than a base-! occasions was a
whisper away a thousand or so elephants des-
jtroyea, and an old cow came up
ball. Vast herds of elephants come from coath.
for hundreds of miles in May and 'behind hiu and twisted him into
June until the Area is flooded with On one particular occasion he a pretzel. Makes no difference
as many as three thousand of was forced to shoot four animals whether they trunk you, tusk you
mem. xney trample down tne na- out of a magazine of five bullets, or step on you, you r dead."
the gardens and otherwise inflict and the last two 'chargers hei Runderen nays for gas. food.
mischief on human habitation. They I dropped with frontal brain shots at ammunition, tentage, and native
come to stuff themselves with palm close range. He was left with one scouts and bearers. He gets $28 per
Eric's distasteful Job as an! he says- when the others suddenly the tusks. After three days. T. de-
i IIHKIAV, Af 111. MUttml .nil nf Ik.l riim.M.. .1 ImiinH tT.ia ... a fl Mn Btn tn n d ITiB
setting aside an acreage reserve
u me iorm ot a sou bank. And
you kept my letter from February
until Julv Then, after cnntmna
with all you assistants, you finally
answered mat u was too expen expensive,
sive, expensive, and impractical.
w PRE-ELECTION BONUS
"Now., can vou tell dm' tmtav .'
concluded fttnlev "nna authnritu
you need for a soil bank that you
'j In 1 m 1...
aoni aireaay nave -m. tne bill
passed 20 years ago by the Dem
oerats?". r 'i .", s-;-:. -.a ::.. t-i:.-
Benson turned tn his laurveri
tor aovice. ceiore tney could an answer,
swer, answer, Cooley continued: .'
i"I can think nf two anthnritv
to A make long-term contracts with
iarmers and authority to protect
uie iuiure oasic auotments of
"AU right,?; said Cooley, "You
senu me in wnuns in aiiinnnrr
you need and we'll pass it"
Benson, however, didn't warm
up to the idea at all. He wanted
a brand new bill. The White House
also asked for authority to make
le Department, is to shoot' On an average day he is up at; living. The walking in itself would
elephants. This is considered'5 a.m. and often does not return! kill an average man. :
'n is timed...
Whether you be a business man or a
scientist, whatever your occupations, your
life is timed (o a minute, and in your
memorandum-book it is always time for
something. ... j,
However deeply engrossed you may be,
the Jseger-LeCoultre Memovox has an
alarm that will never fail to remind you
of all those engagements you must by no
means forget,' ;.y it will free you from'
constant worry about the time.
The Memovox alarm is set to time by
means of an indexed turning disk. All the
,'" indications remain perfectly legible.
Thus, the Memovox a second memory
, shows the time with that perfect accuracy -one
is entitled to expect of a Jseger
1 : -?.'- aiwv
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a P r e c 1 s i o n r a I a r m 7 w r f i t "? w a t c h
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i '.'.7 Vj. . -f; ?- L (;"..;.' :r:y rJ i4 ': : - .-. j ,- ;v
s, onzvi pcAnsoM
letter asking you in detail about dropped.
amendment to the Henry Wallace
sou Dane law wnicn brought it
completely up to date. :
Republicans, however, refused
to accept it Even Republicani
from the farm belt who had voted
for the first farm bill said no.
What they wanted wat not a mnH.
ernized, revamped Democrat
bill, but a new bill bearing the
trade mark of Benson and Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, -. .. :
After counting noses, the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic high command figured tt
was short 20 House Republicans
necessary to nasi tha wbiitan.
Cooley soil plan.
so overnight Cooley proposed a
modified Brannan plan with a sub subsidy
sidy subsidy to farmers.
"11 you want to put money ia
the farmers pocket he told Re-
DUblicanS. ''Lft'a Hn it milrinkt
without any subterfuge. Let's not
borrow from their next year's' in-1
"You already- hav tir.nnaa
plan for wool, a crop cbiefly raised
by the big Republican sheep-men
of Utah and Wyoming," argued
Cooley. "And Benson is support supporting
ing supporting sugar at 98 per cent pf parity
a crop highly important to hisV
state of Utah. So let's be fair and
vote the Brannan plan for other
crops.",, -. -.; ,:
f There were howls of protest
from Republicans, however, and
the modified Brannan plan, was
tune of ttononnnnn
ihis pre-election bonus outraged
Demneratie leader in onnoral
and Congressman Jamie Whitten
oi Mississippi in particular.
u a democratic rresident
Were tn repommenH navinv (ho
farmer part of his 1957 income in
195b, just before the November
election, as Eisenhower has recnm-.
mended," observed Whitten, "the
press would carry big headlines
accusing uie democrats of trying
Thus iockeverl rwi1ili-l UArm
back and forth in an effort to wia
the farm vote. '-. .
M E R R Y-GO-ROUND
. Roberta Regan, wife of the ex ex-connessman
connessman ex-connessman from Tvia coma
I back lto green and springlike
wasningion io teu friends about
dust storms. "On Friday, Lubbock
comes blowing by," she said.
"The next day El Paso blows by.
We .figure Albuquerque will be
next!" . .'Bill Doherty, head of
the letter carriers, got a personal
call from Vice President Joao
Goulart of Brazil, whom he had
met in Rio de Janeiro last win winter.
ter. winter. Viro PrciHnt. nnnlsrf,
head of the Brazilian labor p4rty-
u naon laucea anout labor-in
the U.S.A. the way he did in Bra Brazil,,
zil,, Brazil,, observed letterman Doherty.'
"He would be In like Flynn,"
Nixon made a, vigorous pro-labor
sneech ih Rio vbm ., in lnhnr
democratic government of Brazil
TOOK WK9."-pft: -,,
advance payments to farmers out v - .
of the soil bank program to the Pennsylvania's J James Quigley.
the Democrat who represents
Gettysburg, Pa., f and t surround
lnp. make a fptish nf nrvinr all
his constituents regardless -,
of party.1' This, of course, includes
his Ne. 1 constituent, a Republican
named Dwight D. Eisenhower,
However, ueraocrat tjuigley war
put to the acid test the other day
by the, Republican national co"i
mittce,' following the big prim ,r
in' Pennsylvania A young la ly
with the committee phoned Quig-
l a i i.
ana inquirea ae-
to borrow the farm vote which W office
incidentally would be borrowmg mureiy:
it with the. farmers own money "I know this-Is a little unusual,
ah rtaixr. US. I 1 Kilt tHW VAIS a ll it th IvA
xuaiicu 5aiuov mm UWa UCAfc jVal SI "- ;v ivu tv,a t
state senatorial district in Penn Penn-svlvania
svlvania Penn-svlvania i the one in whirh Pres.
-..'V,-it rr" ..: i ; iraent aisennower voies7 i
nis aanaer up. wnuten canca oo mcora wu's'ey aumiu-
ais appropnauons auocommuieeiuuauve aiue, repueu uiai m uiu,
and OK'd a $1,200,000,000 appro- indeed, -rote in the 33rd state dis-
Wallace soil bank bill which had congressional district ,'
uccu un uic ataiuits uwu lor U vau jruu ku ua uic, xcouih
years. This would have given an the Republican primary for state
immpfiiflto nnvtriAnt : inctaail nf cpnatnr ill that district?" rnn-
' A. .1- t I r I I ...
uurrowing against uie iuiure.
. Tha HmiKR Rulp pommitta
however, rejected the appropria
tion on tne ground in at me Henry
timipi, tha vnunff larfv
"I'm only too happy to accom accommodate
modate accommodate the Republican national
committee on that also," agreed
nr. 11... 1 1 j 1 . uij 11 .1.. ht!
naiiacc iair necuca amcimmenw.! mcvura gBiiauii, uicio weio
. Rv thia tima fVinlpv hail anna turn Hannhliran -a panriiHatea ia
back to North Carolina where he that race. A fellow by the name
" .w wH.wum . v. 1 j Me
fare a tniiffh nrimarv hotMo n
tne race issue, oue to tne fact
that he refused to si ffn tha "Snnth.
ern manifesto" against the Su
preme uurt. iteached on the tel
f w --" vaa -aai rerVBU I
ephone, Cooley dictated a 29-line Cord.
: "Thank you very, much," said
thp GOP caller. v
"Vaii ara nuita ualanma anil
call again kny time," replied Mo
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TUESDAY, MAT 15, 193J
School Integration Bill Approved
Gets Majority. Vote In House Group
Salute To US Armed Forces
Issued By Moumblow Post
UEIGPEAM FURNITURE STOR
THB. PANAMA AMEBIC AJt A DEPENDENT DAJIT NEWSPAPER
aricurvnTAV V 15 MTPl A' ver-loaded areas for toother two
House subcommittee voted tenta-f years beyond July 1.
lively today to give federal aid to. According to estimates submit submit-school
school submit-school districts which must build ted to the subcommittee by the
additional facilities to carry out Department of Health, Educatioa
the Supreme Court's school inte- and Welfare, the. extension mea-
gration decision. I sure would provide about 120 mil-
The -House labor ana jwmcauon una uuuars ior scuuui nnuuutu.
...i MnMi1 an anrl viiit Tnillmn itnllara fill"
ether measure to extend and U- operation and maintenance during
hrsiia th federal aid nroeram
for schools whose enrollments
have been swollen by nearby de
fense and military installations.
the two-year period.
Th subcommittee acted I a few
hours after President Eisenhower
.rSreJnr.'eiuea anew or prompt approva.
im.iuiwi j""'" "i "--of the administrations rong-siau-sponsored
by Ren. StewartL. y gchool construction bill.
daU (D-Aro.) It would assist inte- Eisenhower wrote Neil Mc-gration-minded
southern s eh pot I chairman of the recent
boards in states wnicn reiuse whif. Hons conference on
abolish segregated school
Whit TJnnc Minfprpr.i An ei!'
ol" cation, that the nation must bui3
' I ..hMl. mtVnnt "if ni
'majority of subcommittee: an w eep win wim Wi ciu.-,- been thedream of
tnoul-dnnr cMginn. The! vote was.
kept open to permit absentees to
"Our annual harmed Forces Day
is designed to spotlight our meli meli-tary
tary meli-tary strength," commander G.
Bonzoumet of Lt. Garvyn H. Mourn
blow Memorial Post 3876 V.F.W.,
"Hvpr we Americans are a
peaceful people,. We have no am-
hitinnc tn ennnner outer nauuus.
u, trivo fnr neare but at the same
time we prepare for war. How do
we tie those coniraruciory utu
rnwther? i i
"Wall tnr mnnv rentnries men
have proclaimed peace the broth brotherhood
erhood brotherhood of man and the abando abando-ment
ment abando-ment of war. The Bible speaks of
it. The Book of Isaiah declares
that men shall beat their swords
into plowshares, their spears into
pruning hooks and that nations
shall not lut ine sworn iu ua
strife and bloodshed," he said
"Tn vmlent nomination dv as
ffrnecivA minnritv prnunx raused
World Wars One and Two and the
Korean conflict The great strug struggle
gle struggle today between democracy and
communism in a war between
those opposmg pniiosopnies." :
Bonzoumet further stated t hat;
"on Armed Forces Day we take
stock nf our defenses. We renew
our acquaintance with the Ameri
can military system wnicn rresi
ripnt KiRAnhnwer declares is neces
sarv tn deter tho forces of aeeres-
sion and promote the conditions
oi peace. Across tne iana our citiz citizens
ens citizens review the United States ar-
mu fisvv inn air force.
Bonzoumet stated that "the or
ganization I represent the veter
ans of f oreign wars n ine united
States believes there is only one
cast their ballots, however .and
the final result Drobablv will not
be known until tomorrow morning.
Under the bill, a school district
desiring to integrate its schools
would be eligible for direct feder federal
al federal aid if additional school facili facili-tiea
tiea facili-tiea went needed for a non-seare-
wf ai4 ra4Am with n averaffe iit
not more than a pupus per ciass- May is (Uf) ice-ssatmg queen
room. iSonja Henie and socialite Winth-
udall advanced tne proposal rop Gardiner have been grantee
From Scnja Henie
Given To Gardiner
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.,
intwr Thar la famiaht i fore
sight in building a striking force
strong enough to discourage inose
who think only in terms oi vioi-
n mnniiAftt arm rjower.
"Those are some oi uie sieps we
most men through the ages but it
has been only a dream a Utopi
an goal never anainea. vrnyt op
nu thor hat alwavs been a bel
ligerent, noisy minority declaring
that might maws riom nu uimust take for 0ur own preserva preserva-only
only preserva-only through force can there be real iesson of
'Aggression and oppression have pm .
been the two cniei causes ui u
NO. DOWN PAYMEMT
anme months aeo as a oossible al
ternative to the amendment of
Rep. Adam Clayton Powell (D-N.Y.
to the $100,000,000 school con construction
struction construction bill. The Negro cdhgress-
, man wniilri han anv aid tn states
defying the Supreme Court's rul.
. Udall's bill would provi:- fed federal
eral federal assistance to eligible school
districts on the same basis as
federal aid now is extended to
School systems which. have been
overburdened b? defense or mili military
tary military Installations In the area.
The extension bill' would conti continue
nue continue federal aid to the so-called o-
an alimnnv-frp divorce
Thp Circuit Court here yester
day granted Gardiner the divorce
from tne bionoe Norwegian-norn
skater on the ground of "deser
tion mfl mental rrtipirv. .
Judge Joseph White ordered an
agreement made bv the rounln A-
prU 27 included as part of the di divorce.
vorce. divorce. The agreement states that
neither Gardiner nor Miss Heme!
would seek alimony or other re reimbursement
imbursement reimbursement from the other.
Gardiner charged that mother
in-law trouble and his wife's re refusal
fusal refusal to give up her career wreck wrecked
ed wrecked their marriage. His suit com
plained that "her mother was
with her all the time we hadi
only two weeks to live a lone to together,
gether, together, from Sept 15, 1948,? the
date of our marriage until we sep separated
arated separated in 1952." I
The aviation executive also
charged that his wife- failed to live
up to her agreement to give up
hpr rnrppr after fulfilling the Skat
ing contracts exisiUng at the time
of their wedding.
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: Death Penalty For Some Narcotics
i Offenders Okayed By House Group
, 1 .-sUTON, May. IS iVP)
j; The Senate Judiciary Committee
jesterday unanimously approved a
: bill to crack down on the narcotics
bracket by providing the death
taentence for some offenders and
I "outlawing" ail use of heroin.
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J The bill was sponsored! by Sen.
Price Danial (B-T V whn hwHwl
narcotics investigation conduct conduct-f
f conduct-f d by a Judiciary subcommittee.
He said the legislation declared
' "open warfare" on "cancerous" il il-k
k il-k licit traffic in narcotics. ,
" I Under the bill,', all heroin legal legal-jly
jly legal-jly held now by doctors and others
J would be sold to the government,
t Daniel's subcommittee said that
I heroin, a morphine derivative and
one of the druss most widelv us-
f ed by narcotics addicts, serves no
I medical purpose which cannot be
accomplished better by some other
arcs: ., t
"e bill also would stiffen pen-
a :or smuggling heroin into
I the United States and for selling
i it. The Densities would rani? (mm
S to 10 year sentences far first
4 offenders to life Imprisonment, and
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for subsequent violations. It provid
ed no death penalties.
Hitting at the traffic in mari
juana, the Senate bill would make
a special offense of marijuana
smuggling with a minimum first
offense penalty of 5 to 10 years
in jail. At present, offenders are
punished under the general .smug .smuggling
gling .smuggling law with a maximum term
of S years.
The measure would" let federal
courts authorize wire tapping in
an effort to run down offenders.
Daniel's subcommittee reported
that "big-time" narcotics handlers
do early all their business on the
Customs agents and agents of
the Treasury Department's narco narcotics
tics narcotics bureau would be given broad broader
er broader police powers, 1 including the
right to carry firearms.
IN THE CORAL
OP TWB SOUTH PACIFIC,- OQ)
FEW REATURBS ARE AfiiW '
MORE STR1KIN6LV J k A ",
, HAWSOME THAK1.. '.1 y-L
- ...the LION .; nf
Clare Boothe Luce
In NY Undergoing
a possible death sentence, and iniiiMnAro Cl-nlw
.possible death sentence, for a third UIOgnOSTIC JlUQy
- .-.,-" KE-WYORK,"May 15 (UP)
I Juries also would be" permitted Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce. U. S. am-
io recommend tne deatn sentence oassaaor to way, underwent a
Vi null VI linvil W UUUC1 llBgUVil. QIUUJ
is. ine minimum penalty for sales pitai yesterday. I
to juveniles would be 10 years. : i
A somewhat less severe bill was. Mrs. Luce flew home f f o mi
i V V tyt -ANP TH5 TIGER
m w.A psh.
But pew otheizs
ARB MORS PBAPLV.
THE FBATHERy SWNBS
In Doctors llos-f
Recommended last week by a, Borne last Friday, feeling "belotv
House Ways i Means tubeommit par" for a medical checkup. Site
ee. ine House group propose, entered the hospital Sunday nignt. :
that sentences on narcotics ped-' Dr. Milton Rosenbluth said Mrs.
dlers be fixed at 3 to 20 years for; Luce probably would remain in
first offenders and at 10 to 40 years l the hospital several days.
Mav 15 1956
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THE PANAMA AMERICAS AS INDEPENDENT DAILY KewSrAfER
Kills 7, Injures 5
On Pennsy Hrghvay
NEW CASTLE. Pa.. May 15 -J
(VP) A crew of doctors and' WASHINGTON. May 15 (UP
nurses used all their skills y ester-. The Supreme Court yesterday re-
day in an attempt to save the! buffed an effort by the University
lives of five children who were or-vrf Alabama to upset a lower court
pbaned in a headon collision which order requiring it to admit Negro
killed five members of tneir tarn-, co-ed Authenne J, Lucy,
ilvvand two other Dersons.
Bt parents ot tne five injured
children and three of their broth brothers
ers brothers and sisters died in the crash
when two cars traveling in oppo-j
site directions pulled into the third
lane of a three-lane highway bun-
day night ; 7
CHIMP OFF THE OLD BLOCK-All set for 'Mother's Day
. is Flory, one of the few chimps ever to become a mother in
captivity. The eight-year-old West Africa chimpanzee, resident
at the Cleveland Zoo, gave birth to son recently. Flory doesn't
carcfot publicity, either.'
House Passes Record Money
BUI Earmarked For Farmers
WASHINGTON,- May 15 UP) UP)-The
The UP)-The House passed a record $1, $1,-983,000,000
983,000,000 $1,-983,000,000 BKmey bill yesterday to
run i the Agriculture Department
and its price support programs in
the new fiscal year beginning Ju-
r v..v; r
. The measure was ; approved by
voice vote arid -sent to the Sanate
after-less than two hours of de debate.
bate. debate. Only about 40 congressmen
were on the floor at the-time and
, no amendments were offered. '-v
v '-v Althought it provides more funds,
for farm spending4 than ever be-
fore, the bill carries $3,800,000 less'
than President Eisenhower re.
guestedThe biggest previous
farm money bill was a $l,655,ooo, $l,655,ooo,-000
000 $l,655,ooo,-000 measure in lfl to when farmers
received direct r u subsidies.
The Hous n considered
S19.9C0.0:a.CvO l t j President'
overall request for :.SM3QQ,000
000 in new appropriations. Ot
this, it hat approved all but 580
million dollars, a cut of only 12.
per -cent.'" ; ,:.,-?;."- .,'.
was the first time since Mr.
Eisenhower took office that ; the
House had failed to vote a bigger
cash farm appropriation than was
recommended in the administra administration'
tion' administration' bndeet. .::'( M-'v'
1 In addition to the nearly 2 bil
lion dollars in cash, the bill would
authorize the -Agriculture Depart Department
ment Department to -make 528 million dollars
in loans to farmers to help them
get telephone; and electric strvice
and meet, general borrowing
needs. 1ms -was $144,200,000 more
than the adniinistration requested.
The cash appropriation was $1,-1
100.000,000 -more than
Supreme Court Upholds Order
Readmitting Autherine Lucy
In a brief order and without a
written ooinion. the Hich Court re
jected the contention of universi university
ty university .officials that the.: Lucy ;case
should have been heard by a three three-judge'
judge' three-judge' lower court, instead .- of by
District Judge HH. Grooms a
lOnC ,., .'....
Grooms last year ordered the
university to admit the Jefferson
county, Ala. co-ed. The university
at first complied, but its action
All but one of the injured chil children
dren children were in oxygen tents. Tht
condition f two was critical a,nd
the others were seriously hurt
.'The in hired children went-
' Robert Markwell, 6, critical, hip provoked riots on the campus.
rraciure, possiore skuu fracture,
extensive cuts and bruises.
Dorothy, 13, critical, fractures
of both hips, possible skull frac fracture,,
ture,, fracture,, extensive cuts and bruises.
Cecilia, 7- serious, "profound
shock," cuts and bruises. 0
Tommy, 3, serious forehead la
cerations,1 abdominal and nee k
wounds.- f-. vv i,
Susan, -!,; serious, fracturs of
both hips, possible skull fracture
Their ear, carrying ; all 5 10
members of the Merkwell fam
ily, and another automobile pull
ed out simultaneously inte -the
third lane on Route 422 border
and crashed headon. The impact
was so great the other automo automobile,
bile, automobile, driven by Alan Fitzpatrick,
30, of New Castle, was thrown
In the air and landed partially
-atop the ear it wit oaitino.
Killed instantly in the r 1 li
were Robert L. Maxwell. 30. of
i The school subsequently ex expelled
pelled expelled Miss Lucy en grounds that
she made baseless charges a-
gainst university officials.,
She has said that she plans to
seek re-admission in' the future
-The Sunreme Court's decision to
leave the Grooms order standing
will have no practical effect on the
educational future of Miss Lucy,
who recently married the Rev.
Hugh -Foster, pastor of two east
Texas Baptist churches, y
But It was the latest In a series
of court actions holding that tax-
supported colleges and universi universities
ties universities in the South must admit qual qualified
ified qualified Negroes. ...
, Y-i !'"'-. ' ''
In other major actions, the Su
L Refused to reconsider its nil
ine last 1 month" that the federal
government nas assumed exicusive
jurisdiction over the prosecution
of subversives. Tne decision, which
freed Pittsburgh, Pa. Communist
leader Steve Nelson, had the ef effect
fect effect of nullifying the sedition laws
of 43 states. ;
2. Refused to review lower
court's dismissal of the government's-
denaturalization suit a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Italian-born Albert Anasta Anasta-sia,
sia, Anasta-sia, one-time triggerman for Murd Murder,
er, Murder, Inc. The government had tried
Fhilly Ct!ch3S Up
Vilh Mrriha Hsye
NEW YORK. May 15 (UPX A
proceN server frustrated since
March I, rested today with the
successful 'completion of. his mis
sionletting comedienne Martha
Raye know her fifth husband wants
divorce, : ., 1 -.-
The-notice from, dancer-Ed BegJ
ley was served yesterday on Miss
Raye at the Hole1. St. George in
Brooklyn where she is fulfilling a
The proceeding wasvin'tlated In
Supreme Court Manhattan, where
the only ground Begley can allege
to justify divorce. is- adultery,
' Walter 'Pick, Begleys lawyer,
refusedrtodiscuss the complaint,
nor to reveal whether it was" con connected
nected connected to a $50,000 alienation of af affections
fections affections suit filed against Miss
Raye by -the -wife of a-Westport,
conn policeman. ;
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three of their children, Mary
Louise, 15; Ruth Ann, 12, and Wil William
liam William 5: Fitzpatrick and .his pas
senger. Roscoe Williams 30. of
New Castle. -"
Niles, Ohio; his. wife, Dorothy, 30; I her ninth child in about 10 days.
to- strip Anastasia of his Ameri
5. Agreed to speed np the issue-
ance of its formal order requir
ing the Subversive Activities Con
trol Board to hold further hearings
in the case against the Communist
party. The order, handed down on
Anril 30. normally would have tak
en 25 days to become effective.
The government sought the speed speedup
up speedup so the board can reopen the
case without delay.
4. Denied a hearing to a group
of Maryland farmers who object
ed to the fact that Agriculture De Department
partment Department agents measured their
wheat acreage under the depart
ments crop control program. The
farmers, who were not receiving
price, supports, said the. action of
their constitutional guarantee a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst illegal search and, seizure.
voted for, Jthe 4arm program
year. i'f ... .V'i'.'TI
However funds provided 'for
reguls r i depa lament activities
' was about h,mt as last
year., Tbe iiKluded W million
dollars lor soil conservation and
L 100 million dollars for the school
nsit Iossps suffered bv the Com
moditv Credit Corp. on farm pricfi
support and surplus disposal oper operations.
ations. operations. )
The total is in addition to a
previous 1 administration request
increase by 2 billion dollars the
funds CCC can borrow from the
Treasury to finance these pro programs.
grams. programs. Any dosses incurred next
year will have to be made up in
Two Aulo Companies
Extend Layoffs :
1 4IILWAUKEE, v Wis'., T.T l -(VP)
An American Motors
Corp. spokesman said today a lay layoff
off layoff of 4,500 workers will continue
indefinitely X :
The idled workers include 1,450
in Milwaukee and 3,100 in Keno-
elias TV &o Alto wiiiscau uhu
ned to call them back yesterday,
but the spokesman said the return
to work was postponed because an
expected rise in demand for, Hud Hudson
son Hudson and Nash cars failed to ma materialize.
terialize. materialize. .'
-The shutdown at the 1 Chrysler
Corp. was continued through to
day. It Involved 8,500 workers,
. Gentral Motors halted its auto-'
motive assembly operation Fri
day because production was out
stripping demand. The company
resumed full production yesterday
and recalled 400.000 workers who
Congresa were laid off for one day.
last. Walter P. Reuther, president of
the United Auto Workers, charged
that the atuto' industry is in trou trouble
ble trouble because of "irresponsible
scheduling of production on the
part of the industry in 1955."
Reuther said government econo
mists bad estimated the total lay layoff
off layoff figure at 148,000 as cf May 5,
ninst nf the increase will be use! not including the recent Chrysler
to make up about $100,000,000 in layoffs or GM'i one-day lay-off.
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
I ta 5 9-m. .Mtone S-0279
HARNETT JV DUNN
, BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
"TEACHES I'NTIL SOU LEAKS"
J Balboa: M2 ar Pan.: Mi
Studio El Panama. Hotel
"We shape Tear Fisura"!
t famous McLevjr Machines
Swedish Mesas Steam Bath
for BJla and female
Jnsto Arosemena Pb. I-SU
rTARE A StEP TOWARD
YMCA BEAUTY SALON
VELMA DARNEU MRr.
4 V. S. Personnel ntj i
i 24677 Balboa v
ATTENTION C LI Jmt fcailt
aiaatra turnishtd aartawnts, I,
2 aadraaais, hof, coU itar.
Fkni Paaaaa 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished,
modem apartment I b a" -team.
Ihrmf roam, dinirif roam,
kitchen. Far 3 moot hi, June 1st
ta Aaeiist 31. Phaaa Panama
FOR RENT : furoiihed ar m.
t ucaishad ; apirtaant: 2 aed aed-roamt,
roamt, aed-roamt, 2 bathraemt, ate., in
lella Vista. Phone 3-6097, 2
: FOR RENT Apartment 2 had had-reams,
reams, had-reams, alining roam, sitrinf ream,
maid's room with bath, larpe
kitchen, large bithream, hot wa wa-ret.
ret. wa-ret. apartment aU screened, 25
square maters inside apartment
far Uendry, dryinf and Ironing,
, large closets, garage. Hons No.
5, Eusebio A., Morales Ave. in
El Cangrejo. earner bouse. Phone
Panama 3-0579 ,;,':
fO RENT) Newly furnishea
and unfurnished apartments Al Al-himbra
himbra Al-himbra Apartments,' 1 0th. Street
No. 8061. Phone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT. Modem apart apart-meat.
meat. apart-meat. Exclusive residential sec section.
tion. section. Well ventilated. Large
porch. Living room, dining room,
two bedrooms, Bathroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, laundry ream, garage, hat
water throughout. Water heater
furnished. Screened. For infor information
mation information and appeintmant call
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom apartment.
.Apply, apartment 5, Bldg. .45.
Automobile Road ever Panama
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
v Automobiles "-A- ; ALCOHOLICS anonymous
1 ; BOX 2031. ANC0N, CJt.
FOR SALE. 1953 Ford, econo- BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CJL
my six. D.P licensed and injur-
ad, $1100.00 cash or terms. i SUILD YOUR own garden walls
Panama 2-5298. and email buildings with MOR-
; TARLESS interlocking concrete
FOR SALE.--I95I black Hud- Weeks. No mortar or akillool
son Sender Commander eight, labor required. Now available
hydramatic transmission, radio m permanent pastel colon. To!.-
heatert 41,000 actual miles, ex- 34022. (
cedent condition, $550.00. Tel. ... ' i
34-4U2. Kobbe. . .. f., --rUi'i
FOR SALE: 53 Belaira Conver- A FOR SALE A
tibia, WSW, radio, undercoated,
o rust, $1200.00. $400.00 Miscellaneous 1 ;
down up to 24 months on bal- ,. ..
ance. Phone Kol.be 3277. j PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
"lei, SALE.-.950 Olds,.,.." 0FFIRS "S
JIX'tnLtkytm'li' Scaled bids, for opening In pub-
T Ik. will be received until 10:30,
Iras, Excellent cond-Km. CaM: v May 18. 1956. in the of-
Amador, 4131 dur.ng duty ; fie ,f iuparinHnitM ,f. Store-
f . u iieuses, Balboa, for Various types
FOR SALE: DeSoto sedan. ( ,w ;
CIM. food tis. good mccnanir Sl
cal c.diti.n., exc.ll.nt trans- ph-k" ViJuE
pertation, $250.00. CaU C. Z. 1' "l tm S!j2
5 "afMtn and copy of Invitation
-, ; No. 266 contact offico of Super-
' FOR SALE-1952 tldsinobile. int.ndent of Storehouses, Bal-
88 standard shift. Price $950. boa. telephone 2-1815. y
Phone'3-3195 or 8020-D Mar- -1 '. .'.
N garita, CZ. OR SALE: RoVari magnetic"
FOR SALE: 1950 Willys Jeep- tape record., excellent condi-
ster in very good condition, J tion.( New with fingertip 'con-
$400.00. Call Mrs Spiegel from f trols, real bargain, $175.00. See
8 to 5 Pan. 2-0620, after 5, f at house 4, Apt. 8 (Casa Ro-
2-3062. ' ml, Higinio Duran final.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished or J
unfurnished apartment: 2 bed-
- rooms, two bathrooms, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, maid's room with
bathroom, garage and hot water.
Phone,' business hours, 2-0321;
t STrMMWAPftT lR .VlP--.Tirsti
biders apply tourniquets' to stop i
DlaeQlng lOO Olieu nuu, i ui"
fe&s often result. The; State Medici-Association
said that almost
hit-external bleeding can be con-
iiufled by lirm, direct pressure
.TH thn uinunri with a cloth Bad.
TW tourniquet should be Vised only
. lis?- tLAKfanin ri II ATVi
I0fr severe, iue-imi.M'
orrfage that cannot be stopped by
jithtr means. 'a
FOR RENT: The ideal apart -.
ment for a bachelor or a couple,
very easy to furnish bedroom,
living and dining-room, etc., hot
.water,; wonderful location. Cad
FOR RENTt Furnished all com comfort
fort comfort aptrtment. Inspected, screen screen-ed.
ed. screen-ed. Via Espaiia, house before
,PCfR RENT: Modern apart apartment
ment apartment in "El Cangrejo". Two Two-'
' Two-' bedrooms, terrace, etc Hot wa-
ter and screened. ; Far further
' particulars, catl Panama, 3 3-6737
6737 3-6737 ar 3-4946.
Ave. Eloy Altaro 15-159
? ; Tel. 2-0610
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
IK1AS, MATVSSI A ASSOOATES
, 'Bid ,- Ask
Balio FMuciario ...
Ceruento Panama .'.
CWrtcana da Leche
Cam Cola ..........
' Vtt. with Com. .....
Deiuiadora Naclonal .
JPiariclo titmefla ,-t
if with Cora
JTiftiaiiaa, $ A.
' iref. with Com. ......
rums I Lui-Prel. ,.. 44J4
fuerta V Lur-Com ?0
Hotelar Interamerlrano. 34
Genera) de Seguro
Panarnefia do Acelten
Panamena dex Fibri
Panarnefia de Seguro .. 2
Panaroefia d Tabaco .V 10
tTeatro Belfavifta .....
Ylro Central .1
' FOR KENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
living room, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid's roam, garage, Bella
Vista 46th St. No. 170. Phone
2-1477 mornings, 3-0709 aH aH-crnoons.
I A x t
h A ANN
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' t n -nihiB.iin"fii 1 -! ir. iT1""-
FOR SALE-25-cycle Easy
Spindrier" washing machine,
$60.00; 5 -piece Rattan living
room set, $150.00; 10 Venetian
blinds 3'xS' new refinished fit
typo 333 bouse, $50,00 for lot.
Telephone Balboa IT43.
FOR SALE Admiral refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator 1 1 cu. feet, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $100.00. Phone 3-6574.
' Panama. -v ;..
FOR SALE Dining room set,,
mahogany, table, and 10 chairs,
$150.00. Buffet, $50.00. 1 Chi Chi-screen,
screen, Chi-screen, $50.00. I
Spinet piano, $150.00. Call at
house No. 79 Manuel Maria I-
. caxa after 4 p.m. Phone 3-
FOR SALE 1 Solid mahogany
bed, two night stands, inner
spring, mattress and springs,
' modern style upholstered couch
and two arm chairs, 2 mahogany
and tables. Excellent condition.
Phone Rodman 3429, $200.00.
;F0R SALE. Must sell: maho mahogany
gany mahogany bedroom, and sitting room
sets, dining room table and 6
chairs. 6 months old. Coco So So-llto.
llto. So-llto. Apt. 4 1 2nd St. Tel. 3 7 7-88165,
88165, 7-88165, Robert Thomas.
Baldwin's furnished apartment
at Santa Clara Beach. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Smith, Balboa 3UJ.
Swim- and relax at Shrapnel's
beach hemes, Santa Clara. Phono
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
PANAMONTE inn. boquete
AT 4000 FT.
offers the best in climate, water,
food and accommodations. Rates
(eluding 3 meats, from $8 sin single
gle single and $14 double occupancy.
Wir. reservations. ,
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach bouse. One mil. past Ca--sino.
PHILLIPS Oceemide Cottagoo,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa..
Phone Panama 3-1877. Cricto Cricto-bel
bel Cricto-bel 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Rooms $20.00,
$22.50. $30.00. Sabanas, Ca Ca-rrasquilla
rrasquilla Ca-rrasquilla No. 454. Telephone
,3-0850 and 2-1508.
FOR RENT Furnished chalet,
. two bedrooms, dining-living, gar gar-dan,
dan, gar-dan, garage. 18th St. No, ,10,
Wonted to Buy
VIRGINIA farms and real estate
for sale. Send for free list. Lon London
don London Atkins, broker, Farmville.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 21 ft. Graff rig
. sailboat "Sinbad" $500.00. Call
Or. Anderson, Balboa 2-6310.
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser
, 26x8x4 boat and motor over overhauled
hauled overhauled May 1955, $1650.00.
j Must sett leaving in two weeks.
1 Phone Kobbe 3277
Secretary with knowledge of ac accounts.
counts. accounts. Send photo with applica application
tion application to employer ft.. K Box
2684 Cristobal. C. Z.
JOB opportunity experienced
an d fully 4,jfjd electronic.
technicians and outside' sale-
a. Apply "Tropelco S.A." with
refar.nces.v:.1' T '.
WANTED. Girl Secretary must
knew Bookkeeping and Short-
hand. English and Spanish cor correspondence.
respondence. correspondence. Apply Casa Con Con-tril
tril Con-tril 26 Bolivar Ave.. Colon.
FOR SALE. 12' light plywood
fjshing boat and trailer. Phono
1 Curundu 6232, house No. 534.
CHICAGO w (Up) -.The Ch'-
New Tool Devised
To Dig Potatoes
WASHINGTON (UP) The
Agriculture Department's re researchers
searchers researchers have developed a blade blade-less,
less, blade-less, rotating rnd with whioh n
dig potatoes. It is designed to re-
Too Many Swords
DETROIT (UP) Police
nave civen uo trvincr n Ati
. -r- 40 ss.v-l lalUJC
who wounaea rat' McNallv. 19
n.,U ., 1
wiui ewuru. 1
McNatlv. h TTn!vrttv
AH Fishing Fcrcfs
WASHINGTON My TIP v L ir
- y j UU
wanttQ know ny thing .about fish
and 'don't want a fish story, the
wvernmeni now nas tne official
, It has just completed' the index indexing
ing indexing of all government fishery pub publications
lications publications from the time the federal
government took: official interest in
commercial fishing in 1871 to 1954.
Tonics ranffe from th rnntvnl f
fungus on pike eggs to how to
cook shrimp. :
The information, contained In
rim,,lft. 1C U 1 1
$1.50 from the "government print
H.U - ' ;".
Job Of Snatching
cago Mercantile Exchange arBest'D Lr hrHiViL'K, h"8 r t0 r ?tud" ws rehearsing for part
nrnHiio. m.rv-i iul .?.IL,1ir?!s- P.lace. the SSet blade of conven-.in a Shakesneam i i,..
i" ,cAL-uaoge. -was
opened in 1919-20.
Thfe department said the rota-
, .jt j ... v., viiinais. ai mi. varmel Mercv "luvftt unu, ui. -iur j. n.
ling rod has demMstratcd "sttpe-1 Hospitah -who treatpd v&lnS1 Andrews has volunteered to be-
' ly!XJ to relicome professional pigeonalch-
Mir-w irri. ''r"'" P" ny weaponiifflicted wound to.w,T a iee pi i,ow a year,
m! jnmic it uiu police.'' I J
The exchange grew out of yearly
oners I inn in hnrtn
Har commodities ta'wffih" VZ fl Jtat?e
Ply was subject to seasonal tte&.m heSer It has .roused1'"" Mtpti has long bee.
surpassed in size only by the maphinorv inHnstru ,iw 'the vines are not ahrorldiwi rir DU"am8S a aewaiKS,
Chicago Board of Trade and the
ew ion cotton Exchange, ac-l
V.U1U1HB io an arucie in Illinois
Business Review, a monthly publi publication
cation publication of the University of Illinois
Bureau of Economics and Business
ARCH OF FAITH The Patronato Synagogue in Havana, I
Cuba, presents mother striking example of the modernistic j J
trend in religious architecture. Golden symbols of the Jewish 11
faith embellish the front panels, while the high arch serves -at j
the spire. ; '
FOR RENT-Frpihed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms and dining
room. 16th St. San Francisco
No 6. Phone 3-1188 and 3-5643.
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove, bath
and entrance independent. No, 3
52nd. Street. Phone-3-0638.
FOR RENT: Best located, one one-room
room one-room furnished apartment. Clean
and comfortable. 43rd St. No.
WASHINGTON (UP) School It should help us cover
officials- are considering putting present problems."
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment; inspected, hot
water, newly decorated, doairablo
location. Via Porras 82. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6115.
District Ot Columbia Cons
Four-Level Education Plan
Basically. fTio Hforpaniii. tp
change is a futures market where
commodity inventories for future
use can b hfrlirerl
by which firms can transfer to
speculators the risk involved in
carrying cash commodities such as
ckkn. uiiiipr. nmnnft nnrarnAa
keys and for the past two years.
scap iron ana steel. .
BIKE tORE .
WALTHAM, Mass. (UP1 A
10-seater bicycle? Such a strange
contrivance startled pedestrians
and horses hereabouts during the
Gay Nineties as it whizzed over
city streets and rural roads.
Charles Metz built the big machine
at a cost of more than $1,200. He
was one of the 10 men who were
first to ride the giant bike.
Rockford has long been troubled
ith Dieeons messiiw its nnhlic
-......vv w. g v it . j miu lilt , n,--ei w.ivu
machinery industry w Two potato- the vines are not shredded priori
machinery manufacturers, current- t ;tne digging. . Andrewi submitted ft bid to the
3. It feeds nnfafnw frW .nHi county board at supervisors to
uniformly onto digger or harvester constn,ct 10 P'K600 traPs ?nd P-
apron, causini lime SDiU-out loss.
4. It not only digs potatoes tut
picks them up from a previouslj-
ly are Experimenting with their
verswns qi uie new- aiBcer t in
Florida, where early potato harv harvest
est harvest is underway, v j
The experimental bladeless, die die-ger
ger die-ger represents a research modi modification
fication modification of a commercial two-row
blade-type digger, using the rota rotating
ting rotating rod mechanism from a rotary
rod weed er, standard tillage and
weed control implement The mod modified
ified modified digger, was developed by
A.H. Glaves, department research
tur engineer, at the Red River Valley!
rwaio nesearcn venter, casti
Grand Forks, Minn.
In the new machine, a power power-driven
driven power-driven -inch square digger rod
replaces the digger blade of con-
. -..ii rr.i 1
venuuuai equipment, me ruu ro rotates
tates rotates slowly through the soil just
below the level of the potatoes.
lifting them onto the conveyor
apron of the digger.
Th rlenartment cairl pynert-
menti have proved that:
1. it can operate successiuny
under soil conditions ranging from
ary-ciuauy 10 wei sucbv. j
2, It digs potatoes with a min-
erate them from November to
March, or "until a reasonable con-
Unit Kamm VAXnknrl itnnli vrMia
Liui uaa uucii icaiucu cavil jcai,
His' bid alsc included. $200 for
wuiuiuw. -r 1115 uiu ih iiicjuucu. lur
5. All diceer Darts nerfnrmprf initial construction costs of the
well, with no evidence of ex-1 traps. He wants a five-year con concessive
cessive concessive .wear. y- . tract. . 0. v. '.. ..
WATCHMAKER EXPERT PROFESSOR
ijill repair any kirn of walcli,
. completely ffuaranteed.
NAT MENDEZ Jewelry
"J" Street No. 13-23
a lot of
(Commercial Notice i
Color Of Mink
MADISON. Wis. (UP) It's
getting so you have to think twice
to recall the real color of wild
Some 75 per cent of mink pelts
marketed in recent years have
been such fashionable shades as
pastel (brown), topaze (light
brown), gunmetal (dark gray), sap sapphire
phire sapphire (clear gray) and palomino
and buff (very pale tan), accord according
ing according to Richard Shackelford, Uni University
versity University of Wisconsin mink breeder.
They are a far cry from the dark
brown country cousins caught by
French (rappers in Wisconsin two
or three hundred years ago. The
color changes are produced, not
through dying, but through genetic
Years of research are necessary;
to uncover the mechanics of pelt
color inheritance,- Shackelford
said. Some 2,000 mink ranchers in
Wisconsin sold about $22,000,000
worth of pelts in 1955, he pointed
Some 70 per cent of all furs used!
in the United States today are1
mink, Shackelford said, with pelt
production rising about 15 per cent
yearly for several years. Average
pelt prices have gone up 10 to 20
per cent. ; v;
Increased use of small furs such
as scarves, stoles and cape stoles
brought a rise in the popularity of
mink. But the 60 to 80 pelts needed
for a full-sized coat are still beyond
the financial reach of the average
buyer. . .:. v,
District of Columbia
pupils on I'four-track". program
rather than try to route au tne
youngsters down the same scho scholastic
lastic scholastic Toad: r
The present high s c h o o 1
program makes utile allowance
for the above-average or slow
pupil. As a result there are many
students in District schools unable
to do the work at the grade level
to which tney are assigned.
Thn "four-track" Droeram. as
outlined by Carl F. Hansen, assist
ant school superintendent, is re regarded
garded regarded by many as a solution to
thin nrnblem. ana oaiciai re
action to it is eenerally favorable.
TTnnVr the Droeram. a student
would be assigned to one of four
cnnrses of study. aepenamK uo
ability ind interest. ;
The student of more than
average ability planning to go on
to college would be enrolled in the
honors course. The average stu student
dent student looking forward to college
would be placed in the Tegular
rnnrse. The ceneral course is w-
signed for the average student not
planning on a coiiege euucauuu.
The slow pupil would be assigned
tn iha hasir rnnrse where atten
tion can be given, to his v special
' Uinun liVened his Dlan to
four-lane highway in that it will
accommodate students progrebs progrebs-inj
inj progrebs-inj at different rates and encour
una aah tn dn his best
Bin-'Jrui T Brovhill (R-Va.).
a member of the House's District
of Columbia Committee, cauea
the Hansen plan "a good approach
to the problem." Kep. uewm b.
Hyde (R-Md.), also a member of
the committee, said the plan "has
some merit in that it apparently
would prevent the brighter cniia
from beinir held back in his edu
cational processes by those who
'don t nave nis menuu aimmes.
I John B. GUlilland, president ot
ithe District Congress of Parents
and Teachers, said "It sure
sounds like a good idea to me.
District Commissioner Thomas
A. Lane, however, feels the Han Hansen
sen Hansen plan does not go to the root
of the school problem. v
Lane, who recently recommend recommended
ed recommended mass demotion of slow pupils
to a grade equal to their level ot
learning, said that the plan "is
going to improve the system per perhaps
haps perhaps to segregate pupils accord according
ing according to their ability in each grade,
but the grade standards are the
basic thine." There should be
some guarantees, he said, that an
advance in grade level indicates
an advance in learning.
. .T- .L
iane oiamea segregation tor me
educational lag among students in
district schools. Negro children,
he said, "have been the victims
of a segregated system in which
equal standards in whit and
Neero schools) were not main
tained. . as a consequence of
integration we have united in one
class students of widely varying
Lane conceded that there "could
be a clamor" against his plan to
demote lagging pupils "unless
colored citizens understand that
thhs. is the only way" to bring
about a uniform school system
with high standards in which
every child can make his way
without regard to his race or
PARKING FINE UP
PETOSKEY, Mich. (UP)
No more 10-cent parking fines
here, the city council has ruled.
Overtime parking will cost viola
tors 25 cents starting June i. me
hike in fines will mean more re
spect for the rules, Petosky offi officials
cials officials explained.
! l a. I'.. flijflfS-' '"fl ft I
r -. Ifv !,
I : .v .1 a a -'
PHONE CALL '..
BOSTON -(UP) .When John
Shanahan, 25, was pinned in his
car after a collision, he summoned
aid by merely pickmg up his car
radio-telcpbone and calling police.
2nd prize : 3rd PRIZE'
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them buying. ... x 1
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(LATHER UP WITH LONG NOSE-Jumbo," an elephant
with the Circus Roland in Berlin, is nonchalantly latherin his'
keeper with plenty of soap and a big brush. He isn't allowed
to wield the razor, however. It isn't that the keeper thinks
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MOVIES TV HADIO
by Erskin Johnson
HOLLYWOOD.- NEA") Ex Exclusively
clusively Exclusively yours: Barbara Rush
and Jeffrey Hunter ., are one di divorced
vorced divorced Hollywood couple who
can't say, -"We're stiU the best of
friends '' They're both u ri d e r
contract to Fox but the studio has
agreed never to cast them oppo opposite
site opposite each other in a movie' .
UnhPTt Mitrhum. tossing a big
formal dinner, toyed with the idea
of seating all the ex-wives and
gal friends of an extra-virile .star
at the same tame, a cooier neau
MrsJ Wifehum's changed his
mind V a new Hollywood drink
is called "Monaco Madness." It's
pint champagne over Napoleon
-brandy with a rose petal floating
' Saen-cray: Ceorga Sandars klst klst-tng
tng klst-tng "ax-wifa Zsa Zta Oabar ood ood-by
by ood-by FOUR tim'ts in a car parked
.utcid a TV stag at NBC's
Bob Hope's explanation of why
the Kelly-Rainer mergers were
kissless ceremonies: 4'He couldn t
rearh her." ,.',. v-.
' Dorothy DandrWg' .confession
to a Brttish newsman that there
are six male adorers in her pri private
vate private life- has Hollywood playing
guess-who game. "One lawyer,
two film executives, one doctor
and a couple of writers," Dorothy
mnpd it between warbling en
gagements at the Savoy HoteL
In Hollywood Dorothy is a "no
comment" girl about romance but
sh vn told the British news
- "I only manage to keep six on
the string because I'm always on
the move hotel to noiei, country
. A Inns strinff. I'd say.
How saconseious can Holly
wood get? The ads and billboards
for the new Jane Russell movie.
"The Revolt of Mamie Stover,"
scream provocatively! "Jf
' "WHY DID MAMIE STOVER
HAVE TO v LEAVE SAN FRAN FRANCISCO?"
CISCO?" FRANCISCO?" '
But in the book by William
Bradford Huie, Mamie was
stashed across the side of her face
by, a Hollywood movie king and
booted out of Hollywood.
THE WITNET:; Bill Stewart's
daft description of raw tn-ag
singing sensation Elvis Prsly's
vote: "Intense pain set' to dis distortion."
tortion." distortion." 1
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Marsh
all Thompson, about film-making
in Afnda: "I expected something
real primitive but the first nipht
r was in Nairobi, I was on tiie
radio and won two tickets to a
drive-in theater." jf v, j j
Bella Darvi, the French dazzler.
is no longer on the Fox contract
star roster. Hef last picture for
the studio was "The Racers
Here it's only spring, but since
Mario Lanza is in the mood to
sing, i RCA-Victor is w a x i n g
Christmas carols' with the "Ser "Serenade"
enade" "Serenade" tenor .. .-Veteran actor
Alan Mowbray is a new partner
in the Versailles, a Sunset Boule Boulevard
vard Boulevard eatery that features a dining
room for children only. It's called
"The Diaper Room" .i Alfred
Hitchcock,, who pops up in every
movie he s makes, plays a Stork
Club patron in his corrent flicker,
"The Wrong Man."
Th first scrn kiss of vry
CAU, Colombia (UP) The
Drums Of Zirconium Explode
Injuring Thr.ee At Oak Ridge
OAK RIDGE.' Tenn.. May 15-Lyons. 27. and W. R.. Stooksbury.
(UP) Several drums of an ob-,24. were severely burned and suf-
r-nnn,.iJann i PninrnKU scuK metal used to insulate ato-fered other injuries. All three are
0 VU1K W WW1MMM, ..... J 7 ,- ......
in search of gold but U S. busi- m,c reator fuels exploded at a top employes of Union Carbide Nuclear
ness in the past few years has dis- secret plant yesterday and critical- Co., which operates the plant for
covered pay-dirt undreamed of by.V wjurea tnree worxmen.
the early Spaniards ' The blast sent, dust and black
Thmn0hnu ihi. tanA nf tiith. smoke billowing skyward and its
ful uplands and rich valleys many wves were felt hi the city
taar Vftl are Aiva
IBBI IVIWIJ VI I V 11
of the best-known U. S. Corpartions J 0k four miles away,
SAARBRUECKEN, Saar, May
15 (UP) The bverwhelmuig vie-1
tory of the pro-German "Home-
land Front" in Sunday's elections!
the AEC. . further strenethened West Ger-
Kirconium oxidizes rapidly and manv's hand in the new Franeo-
must be stored with great care German talks on the future of the
One of the drums mifcht have cor- rich industrial basin, observers
have established factories and are
doing a booming business. Some,
like Colgate and Goodyear Rubber
Company, already have overrun
initial production estimates and
are expanding or building new
plantS. i. ;..iv: rtKf' V
In -Cali alone, more than 50 U.S.
companies are now operating, and
some 250 Americans and their fam families
ilies families have become a part of the
city's industrial and social life.
But it is not only big business
that is profiting from Colombia's
expanding markets. Men with only
a few thousand dollars to invest
but with sound technical know-
how have been rewarded be
yond their dreams.
Take Bernard Rosenberg, for ex
ample. Bernard hails -from Brook
lyn. Four years ago, with $50,000
in capital and a master electri
cian's degree, he started manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing fluorescent lamps in Cali.
Today, he sells $350,000 worth 01
lamps a year and has a plant he
wouldn't sell for half a million.
Al Schaeffer, now prominent in
Bogota's construction industry, has
done equally well.
Mdllin Also Attracts
According to Richard Lankenau,
who handles business investments
for the Banco Popular, Schaeffer
arrived in Bogota just after World
War- II with around $10,000 to dis discover
cover discover that nobody in Colombia was
making a good concrete building
blcok. He knew the answer, start
ed manufacturing blocks with ce
roded, allowing ttk inetai to be
Bonn State Secretary Walter
Hallstein and French Deputy For-;
eign Minister Maurice Faure will
open three days of talks in Paris
today in an attempt to frame an I
agreement on outstanding Fran-
But a spokesman quickly explain- exposed, which caused tvpid raid
ed that the explosion was "non-izauon with violent results.
nuclear" and had "nothing to do The AEC siid an investigation
with any atomic explosion of Chain! was underway to t'ttermine the
reaction." s (cause of the explosion. A spokes-
1 ; 1 i : : JmtB Mid there was uotvidence of
The drums of sirconium, which li-c;.; pee and that t vciy precau-, C0.German probiems. The future ct
uoi iuc icic uaiiij vi uiauiicicaiiuvfi r.au ijccii icb.ch .u. uaii itlle DSar ranks UTSt Oft the lisi.
ui uvuiruua xrviu ennui a?uiniu, y lust sum mn m. im r.i
exploded in a salvage vard at the Fof ''some unknown reason it
wt end of th Atomic Energy
Commission's e'ose'y guarded Y-12
- Scraps of xirconium and zlrco- for
u; .... : J L. : n. A HA 1 1 L icpi..m.;m..i.i Unn.
j i ..ii.i' j ir... .r .1. yors and mumcinal councilmen.
repneessing. Ihe' three workers jects in the product of atomic-1' '""thf, SSS1 Kn
.i..m; ... S:..,.(i ti, m,ii Mi.-i,. same parties which took part in
clear -a pain through tne yard to
l make way for vehicle. They were
about 3Q feet uom tht exploding
drnms.-- .,; -1 ."
The right arm of G..R. Myers, 27,
was ripped off by the blast. A. L.
vsl i i s i,:nn f-j w-indorsemant to the parties and
fn?-V2 -.lJi r tg.k f?e" PWld.to reunifiiaUon with
for ose as a vessel or tank f or ..Th.
1 a t .1 1 w
it" hmds uranium 235 in solution.! renoura ana ue ue-Z'coniums
Z'coniums ue-Z'coniums low neutnm absorp- Ser.s, j?a.te elections, was tne
tion rate keeps it horn "stealing", "l J?? or..th
neutrons .from a chain reaction as ,meia"d
much as othsr structural materials,' ;e thrfe Pres making un th?
siieh i stainless steal tront ePtured 70.1 per cent of
suca as siainifss j, ... r
Writers Of Hit Songs
Are Strange Creatures
By DICK KLEINER
Songwriters are strange crea-i
tures. Consider two of the top to today.
day. today. One is a man trained as a
classical violinist, a lawyer bril brilliant
liant brilliant musician. The Other has had
little musical training, spent sev
eral years as a hobo and itinerant
ment bought from a local cement 1 fruit nfpknr
firm and now has a $500,000 busi-1 first turns out to be Suck
ness. "' ,; i I Rim. one of the too composers ol
John Millef, another Bogota rest- ,na roiibe ; wrote "Only
A shelf-ful of lovely new $aek $aek-eround
eround $aek-eround albums: "Serenades for
Strings" (Cdrlc Dumont nd th
Boyd Nl Orchestra, Epic);
"BostM Peps Picnic" IRCA1:
"The Melody Lingers On" and
"Music for Sweethearts" (Ptr
York and His Concert Orchestra,
Decca): "It's So Pescefnl In the
Country" (Prcy Faith with Mitch
Miliar on English horn and oboe,
); "But Beautiful"
and his Orchastra,
- Rpp); "Vienna jNigms" '(Adnr
v ; 1 Kitlnti, Columbia). ...
I ' -T Classical" violinists on fine new
. r releases: Mnuhbi plays Mozart's
r v-oncenus iu. ami a mv,rti,
X JMillr on Eng
, I tGInn Ossr
i- ias glow!.
' '-: I 1 JSJvtsrv first
iS53k k-:in 'your
DAVID lUTUI PRODUCTIONS. INC WSIfttS 'j
WALTER BRENNAN CHARLOHE GREENWOOD
. K U
0m-1(80)1 fMEHISk OAVIS
nlm..nni.lrllltr Uma mnmw JCTtS MIU tai.Mlll KHi MASKCV
dent, ha? blossomed into a build
ing contractor on the basis of his
knowledge of how; to dry wood
properly. He is now completing a
multi-mfllion dollar housing proj project
ect project for-the Banco Popular and
building lumber yards in Bogota
in addition to managing nis nrm,
Colombia Engineering Enterprises.
He owns both woodlands and saw-
mil,s;.Y - J
' Two .Miami Fla. boys. Al Tur
ner and William Hart, recently.
joined Miller to expand bis build
tuff business. a v
According; to Lankenau, Miller
bad "eight or. ten tnousana aoi aoi-lars"
lars" aoi-lars" when he came to Bogota
from the States. 7
Medellin, one of the oldest set settled
tled settled parts of Colombia and home
of the country's largest textile
mills is also attracting Ameri
cans. Like Cali, Medellin is about
Webb has bn announced with
th roll of publicity drums. So a
littl drumrolling, picas, for th
"first first kiss" in "Th Animal
World" a hoy and girl protozoa
in a smack dated two billion
yars ago. It happens underwater,
in Technicolor and through a
miscroscop. Lt anybody try to
Tha OI11Y rion-Clep r:!;hts to
Ccr.ycr.'cr.l ccr.r.sc!Ssn via Cscst
Del! Ccnsls.!s!lsa t-
star from $hirly Tempi to Jack! 3000 feet above sea level and en
joyi mild year-rouna cumaie.
Skills and Know-How v
The S.'M-odd Americans to Me
dellin are in everything from
heavy construction to engineering
consultation. Many are in, busi business
ness business for themselves, y
Tnnv KeU from Seattle. Wash.
now owns Medcllin's smartest fur
niture store. His goods, well maae
and In excellent taste, are being
gobbled up by rich Medeilianos as
fast as his workmen can turn them
out. He is also selling to Sears
Roebuck stores in Bogota and
Two other Stateside boys win
move down from Indiana soon to
start a modern chicken farm at
Medellin. They'll bring their own
breeding experts. Up to now, Me Me-dellin's
dellin's Me-dellin's poultry demands have been
uncertainly supplied by small
"Capital Is useful" said Jorge
w onMsda. director of the Co
lombia Association of Small Indus Industries
tries Industries in Cali, but most of all we
need skills and know-how. There
is ample Colombian capital avail
able for any souna euiei w
serve our expanding markets.
New enterprise needed, accord according
ing according to Quesada, are in the fields
of plastics, electronics, machine
trades, pharmaceuticals, food pro processing,
cessing, processing, furniture for., office and
dither Industries, office
supplies bakeries and confections.
Of Tangier City
MADRID. May 15 (UP) The
Spanish government last night
gave its omciai stamp ot approval
01 tne reintegration 01 the interna international
tional international city of Tangier into the new
state of Morocco. . . ...
The mover taken at a meetine of
the cabinet at Generalissimo Fran
cisco Francos ardo Palace, con-
tirmea wnat the government had
indicated as its position since ear early
ly early last week.
S. ONI WAV
tcMMmieal Trist Far
Cartway I S1 KdtiimMt U S. JU
" Twics-o-wwk from Mexico CBy to
W a Ut J.MinatMil aiul tha Midwad
' CaawH r" fevaria Tfvl
at BI SL CI Cangrejo, Castilla del Or Build, across the
, Hotel El Panama TeL M057.
You," -The Great Pretender" and
'The Magic Touch." 'ine -otner is
Bob' Merrill, who s graduated
from novelties like 'Doggie In
the Window" and "If I Knew You
Were Comin l'd-a Baked a Cane
to more serious- musical comedy
Ram, a distinguished-looking
man, not only writ rock and
roll h also doasnt call It that,
h calls it "happy music" but
discovers .: and manages taiwit.
Currently, h has Tn Platters,
Th Pnguins and around U thr
acts. H's what you might call a
bnvolnt managtr h vn
provides msuranc and hospital! hospital!-xatlon
xatlon hospital!-xatlon for his charges.
He turned from bis classical
violin when he broke his hand
playing football Then he bought
a saxophone from the House of
David and was on on a long
career in popular music.
Ram calls his kind of music
"emotional, not logical." He says
to write it, you have to write from
the heart. And he enthusiastically
echoes- "what 1 V 1 e 1 0 r Herbert
said:. There's only two kinds- of
music good and bad." In other
words, Ram thinks rock; and roll
is music, like anything else. He
may be right'
Merrill is a contrast young,
aaer. slf-confidnt. H wnl
from ;h!s hob days to California,
whara ha bluff-his way hit a
writiiM lob at NBC and thn wnt
kite movis as a director. Ha quit
to writ" sonos.
He figured the whole thing out
logically. He wanted to write for
the Broadway stage, but realized
he'd have to get a name first. So
he pounded out novelty hits by
the dozen "Sparrow Id the
Treetop," "My Truly, Truly
Fair," "Make Yoursea wmiort wmiort-able"
able" wmiort-able" and many more. They were
just means to an end. v
Mow that ne 1 esiaoiisnea wun
bis own music publishing firm,
i V w j 1 Michael Rabin plays Bachls So-
I finata No, S and Ysaye's Sontrtasi
I I ( f Nos. 3 and 4 ( Angel); Hifh
-J K tmk Ljl.tAm 'fMosart'a .Sonatas Nos." 10 i
too he's "signed a contract with
MGM to write and produce eight
musical movies in the next 10
years. The first one he tackled
was a musical, version of "Anns
Christie." The songs have turned
out so well that it will be pro
duced on Broadway by Ceom
Abbott next season before it's
made into a film.
Merrill writes both words and
music. He knows enough music
to put his tunes down on paper.
He does his best work from 1 to
S a.m., sitting in an easy chair.
writing lyrics and music together
In longhand. f
SHORT PLAYING: On Alvy
Wifs ABC-Paramount recording
of "Ya Ya Ya," you'll hear a
chorus of girls. They're teen teenagers
agers teenagers from Roslyn, N.Y., where
West lives. Mrs. West was the
chaoerone when the girls re
hearsed with West for two months
before the recording date. .
Bill HaUv and th Cmts. on i
Decca, have recorded an album
.4 r. ... I n 1 .....Iiul annfl. M
VX rim prevwusijr uiucaicu buukb.
. Pretty Rosalind Paig is the
latest to turn to TV as a sons
plugger; She'lt introduce her" new newest
est newest MGM platter,. "Have Faith
and Have Patience on "b t a t
Tonight" over ABC-TV on May 24.
Rot wrote it, too.
DICK'S PICKS: Elvis Prsly
again. This one s e a 1 1 e a "My
Baby Lett Me' (kxaj. umers:
Theme From 'The swan' 7
(DavkJ Rs, MGM); "Ring
Phone T Ring" (Marion Marlowo,
Cadence); "Delilah Jones' V. NU
Guir Sistrs, Coral); "Cat On a
Hot Tin Roof" (Dinah Washington,
Mercury): "One For My Baby"
(Stan Wilson, Verve); "From
This Moment On" (Lna Horn,
RCA); "Half Your Heart" (Kitty
and 15 (RCA); Oistrakh I a y
Sibelius' Coqcertn in D-Minorj
(Angel), on a. recording that also
include l Sibelius' Symphony
No. 3. ', m v
BOSTfT! fUP) Massachu
sets is t?". rnlv state in the union
in which 'nele girls outnumber
single men. There are 514,774 un unmarried
married unmarried girls and 512,784 unmar unmarried
ried unmarried men.
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A JUNGLE SURVIVAL TRAINING CLASS from Albrook Air Force Base. Included In the class are United States Air Force
and Latin American students. This is just one of the many training phases of the United States Air Force that will be
depicted by exhibits on Armed Forces Day, May 19 at Albrook Air Force Base. Albrook's Jungle Survival School trains over
Jungle terrain. This Is the only school of its kind in the United States Air Force. (USAF Official Photo)'
DURING A RECENT DRILL PRACTICE the Balboa High School ROTC Drill Team -performs
"Queen Ann Salute." The drill team will perform this Saturday at the Armed Forces Day
Force Base under the leadership of Cadet Captain Wayne G. Brown, Drill Master.
AMERICAN CUT MEATS .
On the Transisthmian Highway
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE
GRAND OPENING OF
AT 30 PJW.
DOWNING CHICICEN'S ..!
(ONE FREE FOR EVERY SIX)
a drill maneuver known as
demonstration at Albrook Air
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To G:t Tel:visi:n
SYDNEY (UP) -r There Is
as y no television in Australia,
but everybody's getting ready for
it by buying radio consoles with
a (aping noie where the TV sets
win o fitted.
These consoles with a hole are
a current fad and signify the anx anxiety
iety anxiety with which Australians are
looking forward to their own tele
vision. ew are asking the cost of
the sets that will turn the empty
cabinets into usefulness.
In fact, those whoVe asked have
not been able to get a straight
answer. The reason is simply tnat
not even the manufacturers know
what it will be. The first ones
are going to be pretty expensive,
though; that's certain. .
Nor is it clear when, v exactly,
Australia's television broadcasting
will start functioning. Currently,
four companies whicn have been
granted government licenses are
feverishly completing preliminary
tests, and the way things look the
unveiling is coming eitner in mid midyear,
year, midyear, or September, i ;
By the time the Olympic Games
get going in Melbourne in Novem November..
ber.. November.. Australian TV should be oast
lis earry tnais ana errors ana lace
the challenge of the great sports
event witn confidence. -:
It is said that were it not for
the Olympic Games, Australia
would not be setting television so
soon. The government simply had
to expedite things, make. up its
mind about the intricate problem
of licenses or face the wrath .of
the sports-minded populace.
Be that as it may, ooth Sydney
and Melbourne, the two great met
ropolitan cities of Australia, "will
be sending out televcsion images
before too many months.
Plenty of Studios
Australian actors and actresses
such as Charles Tingwell, Mar go
Lee, Joe McCormick, Melpo Zara Zara-costa.
costa. Zara-costa. Lyndall Barbour and John
Tate are excitedly waiting to be
cauea to xv work.. miss iee al already
ready already has been assured of one
thing a TV version of the sue sue-cessiul
cessiul sue-cessiul radio quiz show. "Leave
It To The Girls," on which she is
one of the permanent panelists, :
Beautiful Miss Lee recently per performed
formed performed the duty of a voluntary tel television
evision television sleuth for Australia when
she flew to Hollywood to appear
in "The Steel Trap" on America's
"Lux Video Theater." Her co-star
in the one-hour TV play was How Howard
ard Howard Duff. She returned home with
a lot of ideas and information for
use in Australia's own TV drama.
One TV site will be the old
Pagewood Studios at Sydney, al already
ready already named Television City. It's
one of two big local film studios,
the other being Cinesound Studios.
Australia's limited film produc production
tion production has never been able to take
full advantage of the exciting film
facilities. Sydney has four smaller
film factories. There will always
be plenty of room for a film com company
pany company even if most of the work
space is taken over Dyy XV.
In anticipation of the. granting
of hcense, Australia's would-be tel
evision companies nave Deen ouy ouy-ing
ing ouy-ing up all the old and cheap
American films and early-vintage
filmed TV shows they scan get
their hands on. Whether Austra
lians will accept these or clamor
for new material is something only
time will tell.
North, South Set
To Compete Again
FORT DIX. ,N. 'J. (UP)
The "Confederates" 1 are coming
The southerners will compete in
the 13th semi-annual marksman marksmanship
ship marksmanship meeting of the famed North North-South
South North-South skirmishers on rifle and ar artillery
tillery artillery ranges. i r
They plan to overwhelm Yankee
forces with Civil War-vintage ri rifles
fles rifles and cannons at the "Battle of
Fort Dix" on May 20.
The two "armies" strive for au authenticity
thenticity authenticity in uniforms, flags,-weapons,
campfire songs ana bivouac
areas on the battle scene where
they will camp out overnight
Approximately 400 nersons. in
cluding the families of the 150
marksmen, are expected to arrive
here May 19 from points as far
away as tne uarounas and Mich Michigan.
igan. Michigan. : .: --v.. r-
Contestants from Virginia,' New!
Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland,
Kentucky and the District of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia have entered the match,
under the colors of old Civil War
The southern continguent, which
leads 8-4 in the competition, is
comment oi victory again.
The North-South skirmishes orig
inated in 1950 when a Confederate
team from Norfolk. Va.. invited
a group of Union riflemen to com compete
pete compete in a shooting match at Ber-
wyn, Ma in 1951 tne two groups
drew up battle rules and began
keeping score. s ; -Muskets
and cannons used in
the mock battles were manufac manufactured
tured manufactured during the Civil War. Mus
keteers will fire the famed old
minme-balis, but cannoneers, lack lacking
ing lacking the artillery ordnance of a cen
tury ago 'will tet off salvos of
concrete-filled beer cans.
The competition also includes
matches in cap and ball revolvers
and percussion carbines. Targets
are silhouettes, free balloons.
stake-cutting" and clay pigeons.
CHICAGO (UP) A 24-inch
bathroom towel bar has been de
signed with ll-lnch extensions at
both ends that pull out to provide
46 inches of hanging space. The
product was shown at the National
Association of Home Builders
GET IT UP
WATERBURY, Conn. (UP)
The Naval Reserve Training ran.
ter, after being sent a bill for two
years oacx rent aue tne city, in insisted
sisted insisted the bill be made out in quad quadruplicate
ruplicate quadruplicate for the period. The an
nuaj. rental is 11.
Mil r.rs nrimPM P nnnn
check for:$2450,to the Canal Zone Cancer Committee. Receiving the check for the commit--tee
is Mrs. Jean Deerwester whil& Leonard M. Broekman. executive chairman of thn Oanner .'
Committee looks on. The CAirC
C ( anrpr hiinrl Drivo fofc Fcf vt-irf ?
i -r - v- J. : 1
The Cancer Fund drive of thei The need for funds to carry on i Solicitors have been appointed
Canal Zone Cancer Committee got the work of the Canal Zoile Can in the various units and every em em-off
off em-off to- a running start this year, cer Committee 1 has been greatly ploye will be given an opportunitv
wiiu vuiiuwuuuu ui fw uuiu
the Caribbean Air Command. i
The check for this amount has
been presenttd to the Cancer Com
mittee by Maj. uen. Keuoen u..
Hood, Jr.,' Commander of the C C-AirC.
AirC. C-AirC. ...
The contribution is approximate-)
ly $250 above that of last year.
,. M. Brockman, executive
lirman of the Cancer Commitr
, was informed that, this a-
mount specifically pledged, in th?
Air Force s recent one-time chari charity
ty charity fund drive.
. The amount is expected to be in
creased later when the receipts in
the one-time drive have been ap apportioned
portioned apportioned among the various par participating
ticipating participating charities, Brockman
was informed. : ;
This year was the first time that
the Air Force here nas conducted
a single drive to .cover contribu
tions to all charities ;and Vis ,theh
first large agency in uiei uanai
Zone to do so.i The drive was re-
ported, to pe ,aftt pytstanaW sub,
,The 1956 Cander Fund drive ior-1
mally opens today and the Air
Force contribution actually was a
pre-drive donation for the fund.
The campaign will be conducted
during the remainder of this
Rita En Route To
Trinidad To Make
'Fire Down Below'
NEW YORK,, May 15 (UP-
Rita Hayworth arrived aboard
the liner Queen Elizabeth today
en route to Trinidad where she
will begin work in her first
movie In two and one-half years.
She said she would fly to Tri
nidad Friday to begin work on
"Fire Down Beiow," being mad a
by British Warwick Films with
Robert Nitchum and Jack Lem-1!
mon. The film vm be completed
in London after live .or six weeks
in Trinidad. Miss Hayworth
i 'MARYLAND SPEED
ANNAPOLIS. ML (UP)
Maryland requires a fine of. at
least $100 or 30 days in jail for
drivers convicted of speeding
more than 70 miles an hour. In
the court's discretion, the fine can
be as much as $1,000 andjhe sen sentence
tence sentence as long as a year. The pen
alties are for a first offense.
. ' ?.!. 'I'.'VVj,' i I".' -V
to" i ... tui n
contribution was raised In the
. A- .
- ...r i '
sucsscu una year, i ne worn oi
the committee has been greatly
expanded and during the past year
more than $7000 was disbursed inf
direct financial assistance to can-!
cer patients in the Canal Zone, i
. a v, nt'v, v xt- i,
, The solicitation for funds is
scheduled to start on an individual
, The solicitation
basis in the Canal organization
this week. .';--''
; ? -" 'iT-'i r'
Canal Zone Federal
, During 19S5, the National
contest to establish ten basic
, of entries were submitted from
aeiections. Although the rules
" wprunS, me oasic- iaeas ppiy everywhere. The
jrFederal Safety Council of the Canal Zone submits them as
y guide during Job Safety Week and hopes you will continue
" f1"" mcse nasic saietv-
; f f-f ""w insiruouons; oon
2. Correct or report unsafe conditions.
3. Help keep everything clean and orderly.-
4. Use the right tools and equipment for the job; use
them safely. -r ...
5. Reports all injuries ; get first aid promptly. "
8. Use, adjust and repair equipment only when' author
iied.-:.'-;i':Ti,i'vi'i.-";:-.'.;':- .', ,
7. Use prescribed protective equipment; wear, safe cloth clothing;
ing; clothing; keep them in good condition. :
8. Don't .horseplay; avoid distracting others.
9. When lifting, bend your knees; get help for heavy
10. Comply with all safety rules and signs.
Vx V f r-
Photograph of opening session of global conference of .Pniver? '!
sal International Films held in HoUywood, attended W' 7J--delegates
from 55 countries. . (Mercprlo)
t -. '' iv i "'' s-;
one-time charity, drive this
' 1 't W
10 participate in program to aid
those stricken with janppr anH in.
the national program of research.
j x 1
""Seventy per cent of the funds
collected locally will be retained
for the Canal Zone Cancer Com.
mittee's work and the remainder
will be sent to the American Can.
cer Society, of which the local
group is. a affiliate, for researcit 1
arid educational activities.,'
Safety Council conducted ix
rules nt safetT. Thnncn.),
which Judges made their ?
selected are designed for in
tips everv weea, every year:
i take -cnances; u ypu, don't
TK1 PANAMA" AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. MAT 13, 1556
b in, r
octal ana suierwi4e
By Slaffen- : 7 r :
Bex 503 7," yfneon-
Men's Clothing Makers Go AH Out
To Spruce Up The American- Male ; ;
frjit.j i9ii fU'MJw ww:u:oo,J
GUESTS AT BRITISH EMBASSY TAXEWIXL DINNER
FOR THE JOHN S. SEIBOLDS V :
- farewell dinner on Monday In honor of the GoTernor or the
CanalZonVand Mrs. John S. Seybold. The deluded
the Italian Ambassador and Mn. Riccardo tte llnit-
. ed States Ambassador and Mrs. Julian Uk. Hartnon, the
Minister of Agriculture and Mrs. Ignacio Uoba Chtef of
Vratocal CamUo Letj Salcedo, Mrs. Carmen de Arias, Dr. and
' JSolto Adrian Salcedor Dr. Carlos Arose Arose-nena
nena Arose-nena and Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio AM aro.
Annual Beaefit For r '
The Asilo e Nuestra Senora
Will Honor The President Of
..a mm. Ritarda Aria.
The Annual Benefit for the Asi-i
Jo de' Nuestra Senora in Chorillo
will take place at the Union dub
in honor ox tne rresiueui -ma
and Mrs. Ricardo Arias on the
The committee's project is to
raise' funds for .badly neededj
new orphanage which, it is
mated, will cost in the Yicimty of
$50,000 to 160,000. ..J
The Annual Benefit for the new
building fund will take place m
the form of a dance and "Travel "Travel-tn
tn "Travel-tn which vaunt ladies of
xnn.m. onrf Canal Zone society.
dressed in costumes -presenting
the various airlines and travel a-
geneie. On'tne lsinmus. yiu
nt rninrfnl and original pa
geant during the course of the eve-
Executive Committee for the rest
of the callendar year la.
'Also an up to-date report wm oe
ranHsnwi tn the members of the
nreeress of the' gravestone and!
marker Drozram innitiated by
the Post for the placing of memo memorial
rial memorial stones and markers on the
of veterans interned at
Coroial and Mt. Hope cemeteries
This report will be rendered by X
Dw.t .Past Commander. '
This recently organized Post of
h rederal EmDloyes Veterans
arrive on the Isthmus by plane n Association has initiated a pro pro-Wednesday,
Wednesday, pro-Wednesday, to spend a month with grara 0 ,ctive participation in all
her narents. .mmiinit a f f a i r s. especially
Miss uuugrave nas aunos. cdoi WQere veterans are acuve Li
Vhcenntess Davidson, DBE.,
MP Will Address Inter-Americai
uvman'o rink Tea ? '.
The ladies of the British Aid So So-oicitt
oicitt So-oicitt tv measure- in inviting
members of the Inter-American
Women's Club to attend a tea in
hnnnr of Viscountess Davidson,
nut; MP ta be held at the Pana-
m cm rJuh' at 3:80 P.m. on
Lady Davidson has kindly con consented
sented consented to give a ahort address on
nrman wnrv m Parliament.
Any members of the Inter-American
Women Club who may
care to attend- are aroea i y
' rm HauRtnann (t 1
aw mi tja v
hnn Panama 3-0948). not later
than Monday, May 21- I. -CocWails-At
Tne "Lnnean auuwp-"'- Tr'i I
pleted her second year of training
at the Touro Infirmary, School
of Nursing, in New Orleans, Loui Louisiana..
siana.. Louisiana.. ' ' '.
Mr. And Mrs. Leigh Cramer ",
Give Dinner Tonight
Mr. and Mrs.- Leigh R. Cramer
will be hosts -tonight at their new
apartment in the Urraca Building
in Bella Vista, at a small dinner
party in honor of the Governor of
the Canal Zone and Mrs. John S.
Seybold... -f ..:
"a n n..mWf and nrosnective
members arex asked to attend ttiisK
most Unportant Business meeuu.
Each aotfe tor tachnioa to Ihli
nluna aboala ubmjtli4 to Ije Ije-wrttlea
wrttlea Ije-wrttlea lorn ana auiiee t aaa af
lha kax aumbert Hated aaUy to "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherswla" a dUrd
hand la ua afiica. noocaa
owciiasi caaao ba accapted j Ula
Mr. And Mrt. Barney Keegaa
Visiting On Isthmus
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Keegan
former residents of Balboa, arrive
ed last week from Los Angeles.
for v sit with their tarnuy ani
Mends. Mrs. Keegan is. the former) Court nimah No. 8198 AOF, will savs a prominent suit manufac
Fay Norton and the aaugnwr w hoW its monthly meeting on! -rar, "and most of them looked
Conrt Mizpah No. MM AOF
WOMAN IN THE WINDOW 6f this store" display of men's lei lei-ure
ure lei-ure wear is symbolic of fact women buy 70 percent of the U.S.
men's wearing apparel Design here shows 1958 Oriental line.
- By GAYNOR MADDOX.
NEA Food and Markets Editor
Tanev creamed ocas sen'ed
with a spicy -baked luncheon loaf
is a favorite combination of Mrs.1
John Kraemer-of Sussex, Wis. Her
husband is an official' of a pea
Tsngy Creamed Peas
: (44 sarvinsi)
Four to six, slice bacon. 2. ta
blespoons bacon fat, I minced
onion (medium size), 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons flour, V : cup cream, hi hi-cup
cup hi-cup juice from peas, 1 No. 2 can
peas, one '4 ounce can sliced.
uiusnrooms, teaspoou salt, V
teaspoon pepper, 3 toast cups or
patly shells. ; ...
, in sKiiict, cook bacon until
cn?p. Kemove, Pour off all but 2
tablespoons fat. Saute onion until
tender in bacon fat.. Sprinkle on
flour. Stir in cream and juice
drained from peas.
1 Cook, stirring until smooth and
thickened.: Add drained peas
sliced mushrooms, salt and pep
per. iieat tnorongniy. bcrve uv
toast cups or patty shells.
kjc& yiii'i-r ::Ot A
4aVa-I Vi a- ITWTU iviiwm' ry mi, y
Pineapple Lunchton Leaf
,;' (44 servings) ;
NEW .YORK (NEA) Be Behind
hind Behind a solid barrage of advertis advertising,
ing, advertising, publicity, and promotion, the
manufacturers' of men s clothing
are laying siege to the family's
'Man used to
sit back and
Mr. And Mrs. Charles K. noweu
tiivm Rnfft Dinner
Mr and Mrs. Charles R. Howell
wpr hosu recently, at a buffet,
dinner at the
maht nf the ALA-Lvon Air of San
tiago of which company Mr; How Howell
ell Howell is tne General Manager.
Retains To Panama ;
Mr. Eugene McGrath has return returned
ed returned by plane to the' Isthmus after
spending some time in New Yokr.
Mr.' Loehe Axcarraga
Anil r.mm 1lahir
Mr; Lucho Azcarraga and his
crrmin have returned to Panama
rnm Miami where thev narticipat
ed in the Festival of Music held
in that -city
But in the last few, years, this
Wednesday at Corinthian Temple
No. 26-29 Central Avenue, Panama
rittr hsotnnino at 7:30 D.m.
At this meeting several resolu- has au changed. Men have been
tions of utmost importance to tne quicker to adopt new a t y 1 e i,
aaaal Un momhAPBhltl Will hit aUa.'... lu,.. aam .Awaiullu katit
. 7 n i ri..k VVIUI eativs aw mvuiw.r - vuc V Wj ITCCII icsa vunoi Ui J ea wv
ranama presented for discussion wtiich bright colors, they've begun to
i u ui .. -o-- exnectea lO nave lar-reatmug
fli-3 Lagneze,' will give a cocktail rj.-u ng Give
party at the. Embassy st.rt.nr .
.Chilean newspapermen wno
the' Isthmus for a
days.. '' ;- ;
And tt. Jack Tnrner
Mr and Mrs. E.
...h. r;n,H nn the Isthmus, on
facta nn the Society. It is there
fore asked that all the members
mae every effort to do present.
Rainbow Civic Council
afaata Tamorraw NiZht '
The Rainbow City Civic Councili
will hold its regular monthly
meeting tomorrow night in the
study hall of the Rainbow City
High School. v i
The meeting will start at 7:30
ibiing 01 fcorge
To Key Policy Posl
Two cans luncheon -meat,
cloves, prepared mustard, 'i cup
brown sugar, one 8a4 -ounce-. can
tntch Arl ninni nnln ..
they haven t gone down nearly asi nacc 2 loaves of luncheon meat
much as the others have gone up together, flat sides down, in shal shal-And
And shal-And they all are optunlsUc about! low baking dish.' Cut gashes
the future, too.., ;J ajcross tops; insert cloves; spread
Some of the credit for the ".men's- utaccs with mustard; -pat on
clothing boom must go, of course, rown sugar then snoon on
to the postwar introduction df syn synthetic
thetic synthetic fibers. These nylon, da-
cron orlon and the rest make it
possible for men to wash and
wear shirts and shorts., with ease
Another influence for good Js
TV, over which : the American,
Bake at 400 degrees F. for '25
to 30 minutes, basting now and
then. ..- v-, . -t
ST. JOSEPH. Mich. (UP)
maie seessiars wearing au tne Mrr uxa H. .Whitney has on on-new
new on-new styles A big influence, too. served the 50th anniversary of her
is the introduction of fashions and, auiiuauce to the bar. She and
fabrics from Europe and Africa her late husband constituted the
and tha Orient. ,r-;-., j first ccniple to practice before the
But perhaps Ihe greatest- influ-j K.S. Supreme Court; i
enee on :th& American male Is the
American female, a species of in
build uoffheir. wardrobes. The re
sult of ill this is twofold: t
1. Today, the average American
made is dressing better than. ever dividuaf. reported to buy some-70
ir V.d h Eon ev, ana .., irs.
Maude CUnchard will be co-host
at a card oartv for mem-
hr bni ft-ipnris of the AU Stai
Circle. The party wiU be held at WASIUNGTON, May 15 (UP) r;
i,nc. 5W Owen Street. tSalDoa, en waitpr F. Georce s accept
ance of a nigh toreign policy pyx pyx-in
in pyx-in the Eisenhower Administration
Jack Tnrner J JJ
who arrivea on me f 'ki,..1 Makes First Communion
c.t,y tun been the house ,rarf" ,..;.. .,,.!,. th
guests of Mr. and M,rs- fmmaculate Conception Church in
mer. They are.leaving today .,,MS'c;as Judy Ann Oberholtzer,
Miss Sylvia DinkgW" Tt Visit
- Miss Sylvia Mao Dlnkgreve.
daughtet of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
G. Dinkgreve of Margarita, will
before -in instorv.
2. The men's clothing business
And the men wha design' and
make the bulk of men's clothes
are quick ta capitalise an this.
New style are being introduced
continually ; soma fall by the
wayside, soma are -snapped, up
by the suddenly style-contciouK
male. r :. '-
,i V-'i "; ;
Somo 1 style are r a 4 1 c a l-t
shorter length topcots, bright,
colored formal wear and there
h ttill soma raslstanea amonj
among comarvati've mala draw draw-tn.
tn. draw-tn. But generally the new, fash.
Ion far men are noi tM i i-or,
or, i-or, since, at one manufacturer
put' It, "You can only budge a
mm a little t a time."
The, industry; is profiting great
.7. i.aMian deflate one ol the' The, industry is proming greav greav-offimSlss
offimSlss greav-offimSlss ittaa. .n Mmnaicn. -:---- mens clothes. Lasi yearA i-i
UlC: vM.a--p - A
The veteran Georgia uemouav
who wa honored with a; buffet
breakfast by her parenU Mr, and
Mrs. Russell E. Oberholtzer at
their home in Gatun. v
tv- t.Ma w fittmelv decor
ated with a statue of the Blessed
Virgin Mary standing on ; iiuueo
veiling encurciea wun wmw
nations and baby's breath.
Those attenaug ne
t..j.. ana mn n r Brotner 4 uey
iUUJ cwn J
and.tneir aranaparema, ,w,ii- w-,4
. -I KV"VJ .
Mrs. A. J. catanzaro, uncie -.nnra't ml In this connecuon
.mt- Mr and Mrs. Catanzaro ana,. t. Qnm. .u, PHae off
daughter Janie, aunt and cousins; Democratic plans to make foreign
sales were at their highest level
inra 1947. the vear when all the
lr. iiiirMtfihkMr- Mill i snaai sua lit vnai
expected, a ; po w . n,r,- ;.rsuits- c0,ts an d
.IiSi'SSSuZ'th;- nkcaoared 10 per cent over
the previous year. f ..
per cent, of all 'the male's apparel.
out of cranky bubiesi
But in r surprise development
the White House also announced
hi iianrv nan lereeo id aiu uin r
AdministraUon in developmg awl ged tms remendous spurt in
carrying out "bipartisan foreign !iport5wearj some gay it's due to
the general move to the suouros,!
Mhr think it ha something to;
do with increased amounts of lei-
YOU'RE A SOCIAL LEFT-OUT?
CHECK OVER THESE CLUES
, A reader writes: "My husband
and I know a great many people
and we are often invited to large
parties. But when a few couples'
get together we are never included.
Could you possibly tell me why?"i
No.. I couldn't." But if you'll ask
yourself a few questions you might
be able to figure out the answer
Do you "and your, husband ever
invite a few guests in on the spur
of the moment? Do you jet i
small crowd together after a meet meeting,
ing, meeting, a game, or before a large,
party?".-' -vf -.." ';:..,-
Are yod friendly and Informal
enough so that it would be natural
for. others to assume you would fit
in easily with a small group?
f What do you have to offer a
small group? Are you enthusiastic?
Do you. make conversation easily?
AfA vmt alwava miinlr tn nnv vniir
Rut bv far the biggest jump has! share of the way? Can you be gay
louse also nnou,n been in the' sportswear field. The, and Hghthearted when you arc,
had agreed to, aia ui manufacturers aren't sure what swith a crowd instead of very, vcryi
formal or. always serious? v
Ar You Considered A Gossip?
Would those who know you bank
whom ar from the PacUic : .we. -hairman of the powerful Senate r- XthtaadiUons."
r Ul IC4 I rtAMin Haa r Q I
a Miaaaa.m M T S-MI l".l 1 .
A1SO presem nw "- Foreign Heiaiions Wiminiiiee, ii whatever
y-a wAt am niira m a a. .....(. nAiar i
crawiuiu uu v peen pnncipai iemuciauv iv--
Peggy BeaUe, Mr. nd Mrs. r- man on foreign poUcy, and his ac ac-Slaughter
Slaughter ac-Slaughter and sons, .Terry, J eu Unce of the? Admimstration
sure time, a few give tne creal0a the fact that you arcn i super
a changing feeling among men
sort of loosening of conserya-
"asi oiUInn, th
Mrs. Richard 6. u'S;n". J, 1 policy a key issue in this year a; to k changlng feeling among mencriucai ad that you don't gossip?
l"lf'aZLZ l iSSfi- aide, presioenuai MmP.'...
Isthmian Chapter Of
Organ Gaild Elect Offlcers
The istnmian unapier m u
post Indicatea ne aoes uiu
sharply with iU overall policy.
Furthermore, his specific task
r improving bipartisanship may
irive uemocrais w cnar6c
gaGuild held it. election of Xfflab
ra fnr the coming. year l a tit V... n -nnfirfpnrp
log uicu ""-J. ui
JOHN nscrJETTI: First a
mace,, then: rjitchforks.
CHICAGO (NEA) '- John 11s 11s-;
; 11s-; ehetti; editorial cartoonist "for
1TEA Service and the Panama
American is t repeat winner of
the Sigma Delta Chi award f o r
distinguished .service in the field
of editorial cartooning."-'
. The SDX medal goes to Fiscb Fiscb-etfi
etfi Fiscb-etfi for the second time in three
' years.i It is for a cartoon on the
farm question entitled "The 'Na 'Native.
tive. 'Native. Are Getting Restless,"1 show
ing i the . Republican elephant
warning Agriculture Secretary
Benson of -a shower of pitch-forks.
The original of this cartoon hangs
in the office of Secretary Benson,
who requested' it from the artist.
. Fischetti won the SDX award in
195 for. "The Sceptre," a power powerful
ful powerful comment on the death of Sta
lin. ; He .had,, won one National
Headliners award a year earlier.
The Sigma v Delta Chi awards
cers for the coming year
- Officer, elected were Dean sari
C. Keeney; Vice-Dean, Carlos Da Da-mian;
mian; Da-mian; .ecretary, Faye .Wheeler;
nA twamrir. Cornelia Halmberg
The next meeting will take" place
in September. ;
Eastern Star Sponsor"!
cut. Brw Saturday
i .... . .
The Eastern wars irom jvu
Palm Chapter No. 2. Cristobal ar
sponsoring a fish ry on Satur
day, from 3:30 to :30 p.m. ai xne
Rancno :.amos route ri.
Brazos Brook. The public is mvit mvit-.a
.a mvit-.a tn attend After attending the
Armed Forces Day displays plan
to enjoy a delivious fish dinner
with your lamuy ano menus.
Tcikets are priced at $1.00 for
adulta and 50 cenU for children
and may be purchased from mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers -or -at the, door. ;-, 1 1
DeMolay IasUllation Tonight
Werlein of Gatun Will
be installed Master Councillor of
Atlantic Chapter, Order of DeMo DeMo-im
im DeMo-im at an otMn .installation this
evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Masonic Temple.- v.
'Robert MacSparran, who Is
completing hw term as Master
Councillor, will be the mstaUmg
officer. '-.';-" '- . JV
As in the past, members of the
Cristobal Rainbow Assembly will
beescorted by the DeMolay of officers
ficers officers as they enter the temple
far thrir installation. Following
were judged by 58 journalists and the installation there will be mu mu-distinguished
distinguished mu-distinguished Americans and were sic for dancing and refreshment,
announced -by- Mason- -Rossiterjwill be served. -
Smith, national President of thef All parents and. friends are in-
iournalisac naternuy ano taitor. vitea to auena.
and rumisner or uie uouverneur,
Some Democrats nave ong on- f UDg
manriml that the Administration rc ug
selct a '"big name" Democrat for
a top foreign poucy posi a iwi
of its desire to Keep toreign pou poucy
cy poucy on a bipartisal level. George s
appointment answerr that de demand,
mand, demand, r. - '.
Hair Color Ballot
TOPEKA. Kan. (UP) The
returns poured In and the gover governor's
nor's governor's wife discovered she had car
ried most precincts, from Saru
Francisco ta New York, on her
decision to change from brunette
to blonde. ;
Mrs. Fred Hall received letters
from the West Indies and Canada
Most of them were on her side. If
Do vou and vour husband set
alnnff welt together instead of be-
reason. tne lacis tittline each other the way some
ate plain i sale of sports shirts,) couples do?
.fska short, aoorts shoes arci nn vou and vour husband both
way up. The .lack industry,-aslreaijy enjoy, being with the people
one example,, is selling about 50jwho-mae you feel left out when
nor cent more pairs- than it did in they don't include you in tbtfir
194T. Sport, coats have jumpea ai-( pian
most 100 per cent in the same pe-
Conversely, "some braches of the
.whina inrtnetrv have fallen off.
Dress shirts, pajamas,: bathrobes
tne puicn, biuiuuku
thii MEDICATED wtiyl '-.
No tmmtdiedtti powder cm r
liev yoa baby' Diaptr Rath,
Diaper Chae, Vrint Sctld'ui
Prickly Beat Hath Amment
td to soothe, prottct tni help
' M irritated skin. Absorbimoi.
tur wondt'fuily--nd is to loft,
It promotes healing by tuthhm tuthhm-.
. tuthhm-. Ing babv'r chafed skin against
further Irritation. Get Ammen
Medicated Powder todtj.. v
Mil Trj Ammeni at our m
pense! Fo: tria' sire esn abso absolutely
lutely absolutely free, sem: i postctrd with
jotT ltsrrte nt' aJdress to Dept.
6K. BrUl9lrMyrt Co Hillsio
"(Oiler expires Decl 31. lubsS
WE'RE FOR IT,' DEFINITELY! V i 5
Yi b Your boo niay Have ideas, about thwarting that
longed-for vacatiojv -r but, be brave,' man! -4
grab him by, his guayabera and tell him: "Boss,
old. boy, I'm going on vacation!. What's more,
i. I've already got my tickets o; Braniff, ard you'll
break up my happy home and deprive trty kiddtes
,.T of avparent's care if you try to give, jne any of :Z
. thatindispensable;: stuff." y ; 4;
HUrtRAY! THAT'S TELLING HIMven-H hr
. really get around to the "indispensable" part. U
: 1 1 He can tell you that when you return v;
i -O- I'-', S
NOW if you don't have those tickets race to-the
. .. nearest phone and dial Panama 2-0975 (that's
. Braniffs ticket office on Tivoli Avonue)and J
'. ', just ask us to help you plan'your vacation itiner-: S;:S
ary In the simplest Way.
COINC TO NEW YORK.? Then you should know about
Braniffs personalized service for New York visit visitors.
ors. visitors. Hotel accommodations . theater tickets
special shopping and sightseeing problems solved
; with' a smile.. You'll find this service invaluable,
- and you can call on it, either before or after you ?
. go! You'll like Braniffs one-plane, one-ticket 'i
- interchange flight to New York with. Eastern 'Air ;
WANT TO TAKE THE FAMILY DOG? That's possible' ?
too. Just ask uv and we'll tell you how it caiv I
. be done. : i -v. ''.'
WANT TO VISIT SOUTH AMERICA? "'.',We have'-
" most attractive tourist rate to Lima jiow for'only,
$210., 30-day round trip. This is a real travel
' bargain! ';' .i ...
OH, THERE'S SO MANY PLACES TO CO, and Braniff
can help you plan your itinerary and get there...
"Blessings on the air age,' you'll cry . "Bless "Blessings
ings "Blessings on Braniff!" Just try us! (Your travel agent
is in this business, too, you know, and he can be
very helpful to you also.)
' '- .: ::'
I NT ERNATIO.N AL; AIRWAYS
Ave. Tivoli,' 14 Tel. 2-0975 or Hotel El Panama
' Colon' Ticket Office -1 Tel. '779
N Y.. TribunePross.
The judge, declared, that. Fis Fischetti
chetti Fischetti ''demonstrates the ability to
FETA To. Meet In Margarita
. The monthly business meeting
of the FEVA Post No. IT, will be
rarfuce an idea into a drawing with held Thursday at 7:30 p.m., at the
impact, to inject humor as well meeting from of the Margarita
a emphasis, and to present Clear- Clubhouse. s
lv. effectively and fairly the point On the agenda for this meeting
he has made." 'is nomination and election of an
THE host -who wants to offer a
nest a drink but has only one
Kittle in the house needn't start
she wanted. to do her hair over, it apologizing because he can't give
wa. her business, the women, the guest a choice. All he need sto
Answer ail Ol, inese quesuunai
truthfully and think about ,; your
answers. If you will do this, you
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TUESDAY, JUT 15, ls:i
Homer Powers ludiasiS iMo
Bob Lemon's 3-Hitter
Halts Yankees In Only
Game Played Yesterday
By BILL LOFTUS
' CLEVELAND, 0., May 15 (UP) The first first-place
place first-place Cleveland Indians have no kick coming with
Al Smith even though he's playing with a lame leg.
' : Bad leg and all, Smith smash smashed
ed smashed his fifth homer of the season
In the ninth Inning against the
Yankees last night to give the
Indians a 3-2 victory and posses posses-sion
sion posses-sion of the American League
lead by 10 percentage points.
Until game time, manager Al
Lopes wasn't sure whether he
would play Smith because of the
leg which he originally injured
in spring training.
"I think I can make it," the
' left-fielder told Lopez and the
Indians' .leader decided to let
him try. ;
, f-.. .... a.
SnVth was held hitless in his
first three times up but he led'
off the 9th by slamming one
of Johnny Rucks' pitches over
the left field fence to earn vet veteran
eran veteran sinker-ball ace Bob Lem Lemon
on Lemon his fifth straight victory.
"Both of 'em have been terri terrific
fic terrific for us," he said. "They've
helped put us in first place but
we've still got a long way to go.
I Just hope we can hold on to
the lead now that we have it."
In beating the Yankees for the
second time this season, Lemon
yielded only three hits and made
his lifetime record 26-25 over
New York. The 35-year-old Lem Lemon
on Lemon how has pitched five com
plete games to equal the number
he turned in last year.
Two of the three hits off
Lemon were back-to-back
home runs by CI McDougald
and Mickey Mantle in the
fourth inning which gave the
Yankees a short-lived 2-1 lead.
Set To Finish
SAN JACINTO, Calif, May 15
(UP) Snpar Ray Robinson
was slated to finish training
today for his return defense of
the middleweight crown a a-gainsi
gainsi a-gainsi Carl (Bobo) Olson, who
has completed hit prepara preparations.
Boxing experts gathered at
Willie Orner's camp, 80 mile3
southeast of Los Angeles, to
watch 35-year-old Robinson
last two rounds of sparring.
They looked for defects, in the
question-mark man from New
VhuL til Jl14. J. Al
Kucks, who yielded six hits in' it S?u?n:
oK.nrhi hi- wnnri ,- kpth.nu"" iuin en rxancisco
C.H.S. vs. JC In Cage Baffle
For 2nd Place At Margarifa
.V By Victor Gray -A
gave up Cleveland's first run in
the third on singles by Chico
Carrasauel and Lemon and Jim
Busby's infield out. The Indians
tied the score at 2 -all in the
fourth when Vic Wertz doubled
and rode home on a single by
- It was the only game sched scheduled
uled scheduled in the majors yesterday.
The Yankees get an opportunl
ty to reclaim first place tonight
when they meet the Indians
here again. In other .American
League games, Bostonls at De
troit, Baltimore at Kansas city
and Washington at Chicago.
in the National, League, Mil Milwaukee's
waukee's Milwaukee's league-leaders are at
Philadelphia, St Louis at Brook'
lyn, Cincinnati at Pittsburgh and
cmcago at New York. i
YESTERDAY'S STAR Al
Smith, whose ninth inning
homer powered the Indians to
a 3-2 triumph over the v Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. "'-:. ; --,
Panama Area Army Shooters
Repeat In Caribbean Command
Pistol Match Championships
Army marksmerr of' the Pana
ma Area won Ahe Caribbean
matches, for the second consecu consecutive
tive consecutive year last, week at Parf an
The Panama Area No. 1 team
took first place, in the team coih-
points. Far back In second place
with a score of 1,001 was the
Navy team, while the Nos. 3 and
2 teams from the Isthmus placed
third and. fourth, respectively,
with 993 and 982. The Marine
Corps finished fifth with 911 and
the AntiUesYentry sixth with
835.' : ,- -,
M-Sgt Gerald Stockman of
Tank Co., 33d Inf, Regt at Port
Koooe, topped f the
scorers with an aggregate of.
795,' Sp3 Clell Wlgglns,,yal50 of
Tank Co,, placed second with
792 and tha Mnw's Tnhn Mrrv
was third with 788. ;
geant Stockman-also' won the
natipnal match course .for which
no award is given, and was the
high-scoring member of. the win
ning team. v ;
Members of the winning squad
Jwith scores in parentheses) are
M-Sgt. Stockman (266), Sp3 Wig Wiggins
gins Wiggins (261), Tank co.'s Pvt Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Borrero (261) and Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain (Capt.) Ralph R. Arms of
the 7406th AU, Fort Gullck (244)
The Navy's Frederick Pugh
won match seven with 173 points.
unapiain Arms, top scorer in
the PAAP meet, took second
with 172 and Stockman was
third with 170. Vr
at Wrlgley Field, Los ; Angeles,
come sunset Friaay.
Despite his age, Sugar Ray
still was a slight favorite at
Bis three straight victories
over 27-year-old Bobo include
a second-round title kayo at
Chicago last Dec 9, which
many flst'c followers consider
Winding un their" nrepara
tions, neither Ray nor Bobo ex expected
pected expected any difficulty making the
leu-pouno. umit. y oison scaled
159. after yesterday's, cohclud-;
ing two rounds with Ernie Greer
at santa Monica. Calif. And Rob
inson reported 161 before today's
iinaie. -- i
Match eight went to Stockman
individ'jal'with 190 points, while Navy per-
sonnei coppea second ana third
spots: John Merry fired a 189 and
Earl Taylor a 185.
Stockman, easily the meet's
outstanding i n d 1 vidua! won
three other awards in addition' Sgt. Arthur Perez placed
pu&vuig uie nignesi aggregate, wim i7.
Sp3 Gabriel Lee of 'K'"1 co:
83d, won the ninth, match with
181. stockman, was one point
oacs: ana tne Marine corps" E.
6e! Releases; Lees
Goes To Orioles
NEW YORK. May 15-ttJP)
i wo-veteran pitchers, Jim Kon.
stanty ana Frank Smith were
recipients of baseball's saddest
news today while a third one,
Billy Loes, calmly accented the
"news" he had expected for a
week Informing him Brooklyn
had sold him to Baltimore.
Konstanty, 39-year-old right
handed reliever, was given his
unconditional release by the
Yankees, who got down to the
25-player limit by plae'ng
shortstop Eilly Hunter on the
The 28-year-old Smith was ra
tioned to Nashville of the South-
era Association by Cincinnati a a-long
long a-long with catcher Matt Batts.
And the sore-armed SR-vear.
old Loes was waived out of the
National League and sold tq the
unoies as tne united ,PresSex
wusiveiy reported he would be
on May ,7. .. r tv k.:
Loes accepted .his transfer
philosophically. ', ?
"I heard about it-a week a a-go
go a-go so it wasnt any great
shock," he said. i
Dodger officials, who original
ly uemea tne transaction would
taxe place,, revealed no figures
um it was anown tney received
30,000 from the Orioles. Besides
me casn, saiumore will send the
Dodgers two mino league play-
f AMERICAN LEAGUE : r'
The Pale' Hose of Chicago resumed their winning .ways to
cop the week's honors with four wins In six contests. The
league-leading Yankees lost ground when they, wouna up wi
only three wins In seven games, dropping" two out of three to
the Indians and breaking even in tour with the reiuvenated
Here is the table for last week's activities: t t
U. W. JU Pet. K. U. .: flL vjU.
Chicago 6 4 2 .667 34 71 4 26 ; 66
Cleveland -1 5 3 ;.625 f 37 v 55 ; 3 ; 29
Baltimore 1 4 3 .571 21 59 -v.
Boston 7 4 3 .571 34 79 -. 4 30
New York 7 3 4 .429 26 54 6 26
Washington 5 2 3 .400 '28 '44 k! 2 38.
Detroit 6 2 4 .333 38 v 64 ,4 37
Kansas City 6 2 4 5.333 21 ? 42 4 27
' Wen Lost Pet
Balboa High ....... 4 0 1.000
C. H. .S. '...... 1 2 .333
Junior College 0 3 .000
? Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT :
Ton'ght's Game (at Margarita)
. CJIA vs J.C.
" By TREYORSIMONS ;
239 468 33 239 468 33
The season's totals are as follows:
. :-)-.". Opponents
G. W. L. ret. R. H. E. R. IL t E
New York -v 25 16 v .640 144 212 31 103 202 32
Cleveland J 23 14 9 .609 102 173 15 63 160 15
Chicago 18 10 8 .556 69 161 12 76 168 .19
Boston 21 11 10 .521, 99 202 24 109 191 14
Baltimore 25 12 13 ,480 91 185 ; 27, 113 226 27
Washintgon 1 24 11 13 .458 115 211 22 ; 137 214 2L
Kansas City 22 9 13 .409 102 187 17 110 188 -20
Detroit r 23 k. S 15 348 108 218 19 112 200, 19
TOTALS. .', .91 90
830. 1549 167 630 1549 167
(Includes cames of Mav 13). -.-
v- ;,-vv... I?..-''" y,J'.'!:;,,-
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn's Cart Ersklne was the big noise last week when
he set down the Giants without a hit or a run in Saturday's
encounter at Ebbets Field. It .was the second no-hitter for
Ersklne,1 who In 1954 turned the trick against the Cubs by the
identical Sto-o score. The Milwaukee Braves doggedly clung
to their percentage advantage, copping five of the six games
played. The St,, Louis Cardinals also won five out of six to tie
the Braves lor the weekly honors. u
Last week's activities were as follows:,
TOTALS. . .21
229 .378 42 229 378 42
The season's totals are:
(Includes games of May 13)
792 1437 169 782 1437; 165
rirst place in match eight Stockman then fired 2?4 to
second place in match nine third: win the national match course.
M Davis Ihvif es
Brazos To Mixed
place in match seven all netted
tropnies for the Fort Kobbe ser
snaaing Chaplain Arms by one
point. In third place with 258
was SpS Wiggins.
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
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' -. land Seattle.,
Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New York,
- . San Francisco and Seattle.
; To New York and Return '.I 'i . . $240.00
To San Francisco and Seattle ,. ... $365.00
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, CRIST0BAL2121 : PANAMA 2-2904
Ft. Davis Golf Oub has In.
vited aU members of Brasos
Brook fiolf Club to a Mixed
Scotch Foursome on Sunday.
May 20. .-v c ,
Couples and ladies without
partners only. All men must
have a partner. What is really
ucucu re me gais.
v Three-quarters of combined
handicap w ll be used. There is
an entry fee of $1 a couple.
Tee-f time begins at 9 a.m.
There will be plenty of prfces
and lots of fun for all. Come
on out and join in.
Tony Triumphs In Feature :
At Juan Franco Race Track
New York ;
v W L Pet GB
, .11 4 .733 Vt
. .14 7 .682
, .12 9 571. 2V3
. -.13 10 .565 2ft
iUl 10 .524 3V4
Y 9 13 .409 0
5 13- .278 8
, 5 15 .250 9J
Cristobal High School, all but
dethroned from their basketball
championships, will play host at
Margarita gym tonight to jun junior
ior junior College, already ., eliminated
from, the '5ft race but who still
entertain hopes of occupying the
runner-up spot this year.
" The Cristobal High Tigers have
already had a previous encoun encounter
ter encounter with J.C. on May first at the
Balboa gym. The results of that
one was a 53 to 25 trouncing
handed College. There are, how how-ever,
ever, how-ever, many who believe that the
absence of Jack Corrigan and
Ramon Quezada from' the J.C.
line-up that night had a tremen
dous bearing on the results. Not
only was the absence of the two
star, players of the quintet felt
during the game, but most im
portant was the -moral effecti
that it had on the rest of the
team. Both Corrigan and Queza Quezada
da Quezada will be returning to the line-
solent'baXtK 7 MENTATION WELL ATTENDED
Sammv Mftrrls. diminutive, tint
powerful,-Cristobal High School
center, nas average 21 points-per
game in. the three tames played
so far by the .Tigers, in the two
losing C.H.S., efforts gammy
scored. 33 and 22 points respec
tively, but was held comparative
ly silent against J.C. when he
could net only a. ,v
Robnett has yet to hit his Peak
in this year's cage season, but
a pleasant surprise to coach Mo-
ser xhas been the 'stellar play of
uavia nawinorne, wno has earn earned
ed earned starting berth with the Ti
gers, ana Kaiser Bazan'a re
bounding.1 . f
, TODAY'S GAMES
i St Louis at Brooklyn (N) .1
; Chicago at New York '4
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh' (N)
: Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N
; YESTERDAY'S RESULTS V
The Stud Santa Eduvigis' f our
year-old Argentine bred b a y
colt Tony yesterday. foynd the
sloppy track condition to his
likine and raced to an imprea
sive one-length victory in the
featured $750 seven furlong
snrint for Classes B and C lm
Dorted thorouahbreds at the
Juan Franco race track.
As Pro Coach
CHICAGO CNEA r-l,i
wiu cununue.ois illustrious
football career as an -itnf
coach of the Chicaeo Cardinal.
One of the game's top perform performers
ers performers for 15 years, the Pittston, Pa. Pa.-born
born Pa.-born Georgia alumnus wound up
his playing days and nine cam campaigns
paigns campaigns with the Cardinals in the
finale against the C 1 e v e 1 n d
Browns last winter.
' An All-Amenca at Athens, All-
aervice Ail-America, winner of
awards, Tripni is the Cardinal'
all-time top ball-carrier, touch touchdown
down touchdown maker and punt and kickoff
return man. The Cards' first draft
cnoice, ne leauiem to the world
championship in his 'first year.-
' GOING TO S. D.f
PIERRE, S. D. (UP) South
Dakota, home of the Mount Rush Rush-more
more Rush-more -National Memorial and the
beautiful Black Hills, is expecting
a record tourist season in 1956
based-on pre-season -tourist in inquiries.
quiries. inquiries. State highway department
Dublicitys director t A. H. Pankow
has reported as many as 500 let letters
ters letters daily from persons askin?
tourist information. About 900,040
people visit the Rushmore Me Me-morial
morial Me-morial annually.
1 Apache $7.20,: 3.40, 2.20.
2 Chepanlta $3.80,' 2.20.
3 Jachalin $2.20.
, One Two: $21.40 .' i
FOURTH RACS t
1 Marcellta $3.40, 2.20. 2.20.
2 Mr. Tivoll $250, 2.20.
3 Black Bee $2.20.
The nrotrram was held yester
day of the national elections for
1958-60 term in the Republic of
Panama. Municipal elections will
be held next Sunday, May 20,
and it Is expected that the same
procedure will be followed.
. The Isaac Gustlnes Jr.- train trained
ed trained sprinter went off a relatively
lightly backed third choice In
the betting and rewarded his
backers with an $11.60 payoff
per ducat The mutuels favorite
was Comatose, a British thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred which went out in
quest of his fourth straight vic victory
tory victory but only managed to save
the short end of the purse int,
steaa.-- ,x i -t
with Tony going almost alons-i,3 Edna $45a
side until some two and'a ha)f . Qutalela: $33,60
furlongs out where leading loc-
key Alfredo Vasquez gave Tony
his head and he took command
and held it to the finish. Chivi Chivi-lingo
lingo Chivi-lingo challenged strongly all the
way through the stretch but
Tony crossed the finish line a
full length to the good.
Vasouei also' oiloted Royal
Stream to "Victory, in the night nightcap
cap nightcap to share riding-honors with
youthful Braulio Baeza who
scored aboard Mlml and Joe.
The day's best win odds were
returned by the Classy native
coral when he trounced
of Imported thoroughbred;
returned the juicy odds of $280
per win ucKet.
1 Dr.? Bill $4.60. 2.40. v
2 Julie $2.60.,
x SIXTH RACE A
1 Coral $28.20, 10.40, 4.60. f
2 Vedette $8.60. 13.
3 Fellac $4.60. :
SEVENTH RACS fr,'
1 Batatazo (excluded from bet-
2 Two Colours $4.40, 2.80. 2.20
J Sinn Feiner $2.80, 2.80.
4 Devonshire Club $2.40.
-Jr' Second Double: $74
J i EIGHTH RACS
1-iJoe $13, 7.20, 4 20.
2-JustIna $3.80, 3.20.
1 E3corlal $5.60, 5, 3.20.
2 Qenizarlto $24. 6.40.'
3 Encachada $3.80..
-; One Two: $53'
TENTH RACE ')
1 Tbny $11.60, $5.40.
2 ChiviUngo $650.
. ELEVENTH RACE"
1 Royal Stream $4.40 4.60
2--Ool(lpnCorn n $8 80.
r $280,R WAHOOJ W $115.00
Faculty" To; Play In Preliminary
s. i. i -:
vA; nreliminarv ame whnh
snouia add some lustre to the
nignt-s activities has been sched sched-uled'for
uled'for sched-uled'for Margarita gym tonight
Inasmuch as Junior College has
not enough players for a Junior
Varsity game, the Cristobal High
School faculty-members have
couectea enough of their aging
and creaking bones to floor a
team against the future Q.H.S.
cagers, This preliminary game,
r acuity. ys jr. varacy, is scned scned-uled
uled scned-uled to begin at 6:30. to h fol
lowed immediately by the-main
game 91 me nignt CX& vs j.a
. Jn The Majors ;
.' f "LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 8f official at bats)
' By HERBERT MOISE
A crowd matching any one of
its regular season cames was
nresent when the Rainbow City
Open Classification,., S 0 f t b all
League made Its team and indi
vidual presentations at n e
Scouts' Home in Rainbow City.
. Despite a heavy downpour, a
large crowd headed by Colon
Police Chief Major Pastor Ramos
witnessed the presentation of a
26-inch1 trophy to Nugent Joseph,
representing -the Dark Million Millionaires,
aires, Millionaires, as a symbol of their su
premacy over the tour-team
league. Walter Clarke acting as
proxy for manager Henry Thom
as received the Neswe, CQ. J :18 :18-incher
incher :18-incher for placing second.
h Individual trophies went lo
Claude Tait, batting; Fred Sapp,
pitching; and Gregorio Barrios
for being the- Most Valuable
Player In the league.' ? 1
The ceremony started as tnis
writer ) welcomed fhe crowd on
behalf of the league. Immediate Immediately
ly Immediately after this June King was call-
.11 10 10-.12
.12 10-.12 14
. 9 13
. 8 15
! TODAY'S GAMES
.. Washington at Chicago (N)'
. BalUmore at Kansas City (N)
. Boston at Detroit
' New York at Cleveland (N)
New York 000 200 00O-'2 3
Cleveland 001 100 0013
Kucks (3-2) and Berra.
Lemon (5-1) and Hegan.
Only game, scheduled.
29 2 3 24 11
Busby err....,;.. 4
Avila 2b '...'2
Smith It '.VS
.Totals ,, 30 3 8 27 14
x Non out when, winning- run
SUMMARY L Errors: Wertz.
RBI's: Busby. McDoueald. Man.
AT CkAbi Willi) UI kR V tM I ...
ed trfrender a vocal solo-ran ef-!S!'cuemlth. 2b; wertz,
fort.that drew an extended and'Hega HR'sMcDougald, Man Man-loud
loud Man-loud applause. I1'- SB: Carey. DP; Ro-
, .v I Son Avila avtfl Tiraa-i T ; .m
Astor Lewis; league secretary- base: New York 3, Cleveland 5.
treasurer, then gave a detailed Bafe on balls: Kucks 1, Lemon
history ot this organization. Im-f- St" onU; Kucks 6, Lemon
Player and Club g ab r h pet
Bailey, Clncl. 1 13 51 9 22 .431
Repulski, St L. 18 58 'JC 25 .431
RnvAv Ct T mil ni e nn ate m
rronPit"'8 11 ti ISA
Moon, St Louis -22 82 19 32 J90 ZKVrX. -SSL..TT
flXVA VW U1Q J1 CVUWUVU VI Ulb
brought to light the activities of
thi9 league up to the present
time, the Dark Millionaires were
officially proclaimed 1956 cham
pions and as sucn. were nresent
ed' the league's trophy by presl-
aejit josceiyn Evering.
As a token of their runner-un
position, the Agustin cedeno
outfit was awarded the Nestle's
Company beautiful 13 inch tro
phy from Roy Allen who before
handing Walter Clarke the tro
nhy gave hun a 'sincere inspir inspiring
ing inspiring talk
So much so for team awards
in 9th), Lemon 3 in 9. Runs and
Earned runs:; Kuck? 3-3, Lemon
2-2. Hit hV nit oh- hv Trunin tkrri
la). Balk: Kucks. WP; Lemon (5 (5-1).
1). (5-1). LP Kucks (3-2). Umpires:
Runge, Rommel, Tabacchi and
Stevens. T: 2:22. A:18,950. r
Maxwell. Detroit 18 62 14 24 JStl
Mantle, N., Y; T 26 96 27 37 .385
Gernert Boston 20 65 12 25 .385
Boyd. Baltimore 24 54- 1 90 .na
I.ollar. rhlrnir.- 19 fin O 99 oel
Mantle, Yankees y.. 12J
Tost Redlegs ',...,,.'.; 9
Boyer, Cardinals 8
Oernert, Red Sox ........ 8
Thomas, pirates : 8
Individual prizes. On behalf of
the absent Clarence McAllister.
Josceiyn Evering prese n t e d
Claude Tait (.375) with the bat bat-tin
tin bat-tin title award. Dry Luis Puyol
then presented Fred "Mr, Inces
sant Sapp with the eamed-run
; leverage iz.eu tropny.
- RUNS BATTED fS
Berra, Yankees- .,
r Boyer, Cardinals
Gernert Red Soxr.
r;." .RUNS '.'?:
Mantle, Yankees ....... 28
Yost, senators 21
Boyer, cardinals ........ 20
Moon, Cardinals,........ 19
v Berra, Yankees
1 Bagdad 57.60, 12, 9.
2 Radical $10.20, 9.
3 Don Jaime $5.
1 Mlml $5.60, 3.80. 3.
2 Avlsna $3.40. 3.20. .
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The individual winner who straight in 1957,
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- At this point. Maior' Pastor
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he intends to make it three
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By JIMMY kRESMN
At ictlallj'. U. JlSJSSSS wSw Jff-
- ... l 1 J ltVii-
same ior iv,tnMallv. as J
m TOfflSff5tV. and It could very weU be
tv r.ioveifind manager does,
-' Although the youngster had tanned 330 lor fetonpfiln
. .-.i ii .a.nn hofnr.. h was. as far as tne
SClf Thia 4at ft has been feerentr Score has proved .that he
?".?efLt" -I th Hitters in the bis league, and
tKlTaiS to hexpctnh. itostrlke
.id four or five times, and when he doesnt, they often
"Who the? klddingTcalling him a left-handed Johnson.? He
ain't even a left-handed CUM Melton. .s
- sre struckout six Yankees to run his season total to 39.
: He rlwteiAW to a Tribe', victorious .ntath,
- and only trfe-tough-tc-have Berra .clipped him lor a homer,
still, for Score, it was a slovenly performance.
NEW YORK (NEA) It's
the last burst that does it for Mic
The Switcher foes down the line
toward first base at what appears
to be top speed. Then he gives it
an almost unbelievable burst. This
puts him across the bag and down
the line.. . ,
It is the something extra, that
only a few ballplayers have, ad ex extra
tra extra effort which beats out slow
rollers or, with the bat, sends the
ball lor magnificent distances,
Oddly enough, it is this touch.
which the enthusiastic call great
ness, wnicn may keep the Tin
kees from destroying the Ameri American
can American League this season. Without
Mantle, the Bombers are just an
other team, and since 1951, when
ha first climbed into a Bronx uiu
form, it has been this same burst
which has ripped his body apart
ana ten nun a limping wreck In
tne ougout. ...
It was this wav in the World
Series last fall. Most people re
member the Dodgers and Johnny
Podres.vThey forget a one-legged
Mantle, who might have killed
people in the closet-like E b b e t s
Field stands had he been sound.
Mantle bunted for a hit against
the Red Sox late in the campaign
and beat it out with that .last
flash. The hamstring muscle in his
right leg split from its moorings
umiting nis piay in tne series.
Today, as Mantle explodes to a
point where many say he is the
finest athlete ever to play at Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium Babe Ruth included
the Yankees point to his injury-
filled past, mey hope that, some somehow,
how, somehow, he can stay in one piece,
don't worry about him Ca
sey : btenget taya. "When he
slides? No, the feller doesn't
make me get green. lie never sot
hurt slidin, anyway. He always
got hurt runnin'. I sort of think
he'll stay all together this here
The cant ceont the injuries
Mantle has had during his major
league career. Some say he has
been sidelined more than so times.
Ha has had both knees operated
on. Osteomyelitis has ben arrest
ed In bi left shin, but it has left
him injury susceptible.
"I play with plenty of aches and
stuff like that," Mickey says. "But
they're starting to quit on me this
season. They're inot hanging a
round. I lose them every day. My
right knee gives me trouble, but
that'll co. too. v :
Mantle, soudiy-Duut, warned to
ward the shower. On the back of
his right knee, -there, is no thick
blond hair. Instead, there is a thin,
angry-red line of scar tissue from
an old operation.
Nice Little Ballplayers
Lais Apariciaf ;
Bob Kuzava Hurls
Miami Marlins, 3-0
Lucky Strike Tourney
Medal To Jim Riley
NEW YORK, May 1&-(UP-
Th. .taariv nltilns nf fnrmflr
major leaguer Bob Kuzava hasp Jim Rey came thru the rugged
.ixu.h.S h noii.mhn. jets Gamboa layout with a one over
" ,-V; : par U, to take the medalist hon-
" Vr:,v,"::"rv.r'-:r.Vn" ors in Lucky Strike's Invitational
wJriSZiZlJZ: "n Golf Tournament Jim shot the
outfielding brother, Faye of the
Red Sox. v
Kubek. 6-2 and 191, is playing
plenty of shortstop for Ralph Houk,
seems cut out to do the same at
the left fielding
wnen ne oaaiv miurea a ihfr it a . i i
not responded as well as expecirWCWfy,?61 "e three bogies, two birdies, and the
ed. The St. Louis slugger is still enaureu rest pars
noia on lourwi piatc. several umes during tne re-
" hit. 1at ntoht In ManK-V?"."'-.'' ----.
196- had clinched rJT k- Mi. Marling t-n at Iirsl W 01 0,8 ttt quauiy quauiy-job
job quauiy-job at the Stadium! 'n?..5..Mi".r..0, 4thi"8 rounds on a course covered
confined to pinch-hitting
Lou Skuas, the Greek flychaser
the Yanks sent to Eddie Lopat in
Richmond, is built like a football
The Yankees insist on power and!
their scouts are good judges of di distance.
stance. distance. '-, .
of the qualifying!
Rochester. N. Y. (NEA) The
Chicago Hamm's drop from 1,085
to 884 was one of the biggest form
reversals by. a famous team in A A-merican
merican A-merican Bowling Congress Tourna
ment history. : .
WOMEN'S COLLEGIATI -t
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (NEA -!
The Women's National Intercolle-I
ffiata Golft Chammonship is scned
uled for the Purdue University
course, June ii-w.
th combined slants of Seth
Morehead and Hank Bollnda.
The Jets opened with a two-run
burst in the first inning ana
added an insurance marker in
Elsewhere. Loren Babe's sev
enth inning homer earned To- of the first nine, but ended
rbnto a'6-3 victory over Roches- 7$. Charlie MacMurray,
When Mickey joes to and from
center field, he drags his left leg
along, as if he were a first rale
cripple. Yet -when he moves at
'full-blast, -ndthing; seems to be
The Yankees take few chanc
es aS possible with Mantle. Sten
gel, you hear.' has given orders
that he is not to bunt. The race
to first might cripple him.
. -, EASES THE FAIN
. r N
' Fame'haa' Its penalties as well as rewards. If the standards
"bv which- a spectacular youngster is judged appear to be harsh,
- P ic .iSmhP.rf Vat thev are of his own reatlonr he
k- v has demonstrated by performance that he Is capable of meas
uring up 'to. them. A demanding atUtude oq the part of the
. fans, is therefore, not irrational.
' The compensation lies in ths guaranty of big money pay paydays.
days. paydays. A steady winning, fire-bail pitcher Is an attraction and
only the fence-busting hitters are better paid. .and they must
work eveq day, as against every fourth or fifth tor a pitcher.
.1 recall the owners of the Cleveland anoHetroii clubs once
- wrangltnx In print as to whether Feller or Newhouser had te
use a larger armored track to carry his money to the bank, if
FeUer wasn't makinr more than Newhouser, he wasn't the smart
' young cookie everybody gave him 'edlt for being.
Mickey Mantle's progress u a Yankee toward the rarlfled
tiK. f ,ashaii pifhritv has been scottv. The fans and
; writers have been charged with expecting too much of him."
Perhaps. But tnis charge is never maae in comiecwuu ivu
player of commonplace talents. t v :
1' a sain n mm in romnensation. Score must be the high-
est paid second-year pitcher the game has ever known, and
' there cant be more than three or four outfielders in all base base--
- base-- ball making more than Mantle. ; and h' only 24.
.- f.:0- J.::.;;;;'''':,' v.', X -': H: :'"'r ;'v'..
FRESH SLANT The White
Sex have another nice little bill
player in Shortstop Luis Apari-
cm. Looked good en read.
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) -A small
ish Italian lad was working out at
third base for the White Sox.
"Who's- that kid?" someone ask
ed Marty Marion.
'Sam Esposito," fepued Slats
Marion. "Came out of the service
last season to hit .281 for Memphis,
Nice little ballplayer."
With that sentence. v; Manager
Marion put the finger on the
principal trouble of the clubs try'
ing to stay close enough to the
Yankees to make it a race in the
American League. They have too
many nice little ballplayers, not
enough nice big ballplayers. 1
As the western ciuds ended tne
first eastern swing, the Yankees,
led by the- pulverizing Mickey
Mantle. Yogi Berra and Hank
Bauer,' had 33 home runs. The
Chisox, to name one supposed con
tender.- naa live, one oy piocn-
hitter, another by a pitcher. No
one member of the Chicago party
had more than one. '
The mam reason why; the New
York club has dominated 'the
junior wheel and all oaseoau,
for that matters-down through the
years is that iU front office and
scouts are not interested in
youngster unless he can swat the
ball from town to town.
Trainer Got Mauch and the
team physician. Dr. Sidney Gy
nor, maks a point of not talking
about his injuries.
What can they tell you?"
Yankee front-office man says.
That he always will be hurt
You can see wny the y emcees
don't want to mention injuries.
Just watch Mantle at work. He is
staving away from the high pitch
this year the one delivery which
was getting him out He stands
like the big hitter he is, demand demanding
ing demanding the good pitch. :
Yet injuries hang over nis prow
ness. In batting practice, he fouled
a bail onto his right toes. With, any
other athlete, it would mean time
out to shake the pain out, and then
dig in again.
With Mantle. It meant a swollen
toe which necessitated the cutting
open of his shoe so he could play.
. When Mickey Mantle is hurt
ven a little, be swells nice a oai oai-'oon.
'oon. oai-'oon. It doesn't come down easi easily.
ly. easily. And it has the Yankees worried
Iter;' Ossle urdlnas' three-run
homer helped Montreal wmp
Buffalo, 8-4, and Havana cm cm-lasted
lasted cm-lasted .Richmond, 5-3. In 10 in innings.
nings. innings. ; ;
HILL'S LAST TRIP
LOS ANGELES (NEA) Jess
Hill will close his football coach coach-ing
ing coach-ing career at Southern California
score was in danger
from the large number of Isth
mian eolfers who tried for the
beautiful silver service that is the
Ray Barnes, the recent PAA
champ, looked like the would low
er tne medalist score at tne enn
THE ONLY EXCEPTION is
superior double-play engineer ai
shortston or second base. And with
lanky Gil McDougald playing short shortstop,
stop, shortstop, every regular in the Bromc
batting order is throughly capable
of swatting the bail out of sight,
The Yankees have more big buys
fellows who belt the ball a fair
nieoA on their farms than au out
er AL organizations combined de deploy
ploy deploy on the parent clubs.
witn tne uenvcr orancu aiuuc
are the veritable aiants First Base
man Marv Throncberry, Shortstop
Tony Kubek and Outfielders Norm
Kiehprn and Bon Marivn.
The American Association Bears
have the 6-2, 188-pound Ralph Ter
ry, the young pitcher in tne cnain
nearest readv for the big show.
Terry turned In a three-hitter In
his first outing after having been
out with an infected tootn. uarx
G. Riley vs L. E. Ledbetter
H. BeaU vs .J P. Oliver ;
J. Lally vs F M.elink .--..
P. Graham vs T. Connors
H. Perantie vs V. Green
G. S. McGowaa vs J. M. Stusrt
R M.edinger vs J. DesLondes,
t 2nd FLIGHT
M. Kandrin vj R. Armitige
H. E. Donovan vs H. Tettenburs)
F H.uldquist vs P. Moran
.J DesLondes, Jr. vs E C;. Wat
J. G. Owens Vs L. Moynihan
A. R Kline vs C. R P.eters
R N.. Collins vs M. Cbadwick
W. Carlton vs W. Compton
known for his golf, was in the lead
when he went into tne utn noic
with an easle on No. 7. but rain
stowed mm down to me unai ti
that he posted. Cat Riggs was five
over par at the end of toe 3rd
hole, then played the rest of the
way one under par to post a twin twiner
er twiner 74, the closest score to Big
Jim s 71.
The first' rainy season felt
tournament drew a large nunv
bar of golfers who played
through the rain for the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful silver prlxes donated by Luc.
kv Strike Cigarettes.
Many of the men who braved tne
inclement weather were unable U
qualify in one of the 128 position!!. I
In spite of the rainy weather it
took a socre in the 70' s to qualify
in the championship flight. All
golfers and spectators will see the)
best of the Isthmian golfers in the
weekly eliminations as they fight;
their way up the ladder to be
first champion in Lucky Strike Ci-
garettes return as sponsor for lo local
cal local golf tournaments.
Official tee-off time for the pair
ings listed below is 9 a.m. Sunday,
May 20, and must be completed
by 6 p.m. Individual matches may
be arranged Dy mutual agree
ment anytime during the wee.
Jim Riley vs Tony Jankus
AI Corsale vs Jack Smith
Cal Riggs vs R Mi.ller
W. H. Gross vs Dale Bern
Charlie MacMurray vs Jim Hin Hin-kle
kle Hin-kle Ray Barnes vs C. H. Shaw
Herb Mitten vs Tony Jacks
N W.ysocki v Jim, Stovall
R. Euper vs J. Vance
RECORD BREAKER Coach Pettlngill
. ; Connor for breaking three Canal Z01.
C. Peavley vs A. T. VanGelder
L. Collett vs W. Williams
J. Massot vs G. Wapole
R W.. Thompson vs .J Hail
W. Hardie vs H. Post
.J. M. Rice vs C. M. Casteneda
'D J.udson vs N. Mahone
K. Bennett vs W. Rogers
J. Latham vs W. K. McCue
L. C C.levenger vs H S.. Tubbi
H. J. Toland vs B. Marcelo
R. D. Sulliva i vs L; Best
H Carey vs A. M. Wagner
F. Vinson vs J.. Burgoon 1
J. Hazy vs W. H E sslinger
,C. V. Youngblood vs W. T. Cot,
5th FLIGHT s
J. Burns vs H M.unyon
R Coffey vs S. G. Jorgenson
E. Morris vs W. Crow
W. Wiggs vs R S.ullivan
K O.. Taylor vs J. M. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson ,
P. Peca vs M C, Boyett - -A
D. Brown vs C. Bell
J W. Simmons vs P Be.ll
J. Johnson. Vs S. R. Johnson ;
B. McClain vs E. C. Jugh
F T.odd vs .J M. McNamara
E. Kleasner vs W. Davis 1
R. Chanller vs J. M. Collins
M. V. Smith vs' F W.eade v
S. L. Henry vs D, DesLondes
II. K. Johnstone vs C, A. Cour-f
W. T. Jamison vs D.TPsrr
W. W. Hatting' Vs J. Hernandez
E. C. Jones vs X. Kildren
R W.. Fuller v R B.owen'
L. 3t Eberenz v J Cain.'
T. B. Blake vs J. Cardenas
J. R H.are vs R Z.ornes
.J Johnson vs P. Conley
Bo b Conner Smashes
3 C.Z. Swim Records
Three Canal Zone swim .rec .records
ords .records went up in smoke when
Bob Connor, Balboa High School
swimming champion, went after
the men's 880 yds. freestyle mark
set six years ago by Dick Mallet.
On Connor's way to the half
mile he was clocked at the 400
ROAD TO SHIN
Lopez tells you Score's control is Improving. "He never
had much, trouble with his fast ball, only hU "curve."
' Spore has lost two 1-0 games this season in both: of which
he enioved congenial relations wkh the strike zone. He didn't
have this kind of pitching on display Tuesday when faulty con control
trol control helped the Yanks to a fast break, three-run first Inning.
; Score's never beaten the Yanks and he could have had that
. on his mind. Also, a spinning, capricious wind was a Stadium
visitor and that might have been a handicap.
However, there were times then the young man appeared
, to be using half-speed stuff, experimenting with a slider, and
in other ways playing it cute, though from the lower stands
this could have been an illusion.. 1 hope so.
All 4 vitamih-nacked. muscle-wrapped citizen like Score
- needs is a fast ball, a curve, a changeup and control. I'd shoot
a pitching coach who tried to get him to throw anything else.
Ana u ne tried 11 on nis own. 4 sonny, see u mere s one more
bullet left In old Betsy.- t
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Master Your Game... No. 24
Freeman, a pitcher Casey sten get. meter mark for a new record of
seriously considered retaining thisjj g breaking his old record of
4:54.2 whicn ne se nasi fourm
of July when he broke Alan
Ford's long standing 400. meter
When Connor reached the 800
meter mark he lowered the 800
meter record by 16.8 seconds. At
the 880 yard, finish line he low-l
spring, stands 6-s, weigns am
THE YANKEE BRASS considers
its Throneberry, 6-1 and 190, a
much brighter prospect than his
i m 1 1
ered Mallet's time by 22.8 sec seconds
onds seconds for a new record of 10:185.
This was Bob's last shot at the
Canal Zone records because ha
is leaving May 2f for Oklahoma
City to train at the Sooner Coun Coun-try
try Coun-try Club of that city- In prepara preparation
tion preparation for Olympic try outs to be
held in Detroit August 7-8-9-10.
At Detroit Connor will meet
his new coach Matt Mann, the
dean of all swim coaches, won
coached the US. last Olympic
swim team. 1
in September Connor will en
ter the University of Oklahoma
where Mann is coaching the Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma team.
Weight Off Right Heel
By JACKIE BURKE
Master ef the Masters
Written for NEA Service
AN AVERAGE golfer seldom has
to worrv about a hook.
Most professionals and scratch
players are natural bookers -who
have straightened themselves out
on the practice tee, but have to
cuard against temporary lapses.
. I 1 .1 I
ine nice u uic curse ui uie aver average
age average golfer. He swings with an ov
erwhelming impulse to hit the bail
before he arrives in position to do
so. Consequently, he bits some somewhere
where somewhere near the top of the swing,
throwing the clubbead outside the
path it made on the backswing
At impact the clubhead cuts across!
the line of flight, imparting a leu-
to-risht soin to the ball.
The major cause of the slice Is
bad footwork. Good footwork cor
rectly shifts the weight and turns
the hips, bringing the clubhesd
down unerringly within the -path
it made going back.
Imagine the ball divided in half
by a line in the direction you want
the ball to travel. Any time you
hit the half of the ball farthest
from you, you slice;
To bit the nearer half, you must
swing the clubhead down Inside
the path it described going back.
...... L J
In order to do this, the right
knee must be rotated well in front
of the ball on the downswing.
This gets the weight off the right
heel, sending the clubhead inside
and Out as it strikes the nearer
half of the ball.
Siicers simply do not get the
weight off the right heel until af
ter they have hit the ball.
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PANAMA, R. P, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1956
TESTIFIES BEFORE COMMITTEE Sidney. Hatkin (center),
suspended Air Force statistician, confers with Rep. Francis E.
Walter (left), (D., Pa.), chairman of the House un-American
Activities Committee, and Richard Arens, staff director; before
he testified before the committee in a closed-door session at
Washington. Hatkin identified Russian Embassy clerk Vladimir
Mikheev as the person who tried to get information from him
on American aircraft. -. '
Ah Force Chief SaysH-
Used By Liqht Bomber
WASHINGTON, May 15 (UP)
Gen. Nathan Twining, : Ait
Force chief of staff, disclosed to today
day today that H-bombs have been so
reduced in size that they can be
carried by light bombers.
; Anthony Eden Gains Political Stature
In Refusing To Discuss Missing Frogman
; LONDON, May 15. (UP)-Prime
Minister Anthony Eden's unyielding
stand on the case of the frogman
and the Soviet ships appeared to-
day to have broken the back of a
Labor Party political offensive a-
' gainst the conservative leader, i
Eden, who turned the incident
into one of tho reat unsolved j
mysteries of tho Cold War by
stating flatly VI have not one
more word to say gained po political
litical political staturt for hit handling
i of hi case. 'V ',
, Newspapers switched their at attacks,
tacks, attacks, to Labor leader Hugh Gait Gait-vSkell.v
vSkell.v Gait-vSkell.v r-
Gaitskell forced a vote last night
on the issue, but lost it 316 to 229.
This increased Eden's regular ma majority
jority majority in the House of Commons
ifrom the usual 60 to 87 and brought
resounding cheers from the conservatives-
his first cheers in
A. T-,i Bfiaverbrook's Daily Ex-
press (independent) switched its at attack
tack attack from Eden to" Gaitskell. It
commented that Gaitskell's speech
attacking Eden's stand on the
frogman was a "half-hearted piece
of party pleading" and added that
"he is never going to become pre pre-'
' pre-' mier." ;: v :! Z '7"
From the first Eden had a
strong reluctance j to discuss the
case of Cmdr. Lionel (Buster)
Crabb who disappeared while car carrying
rying carrying out a frogman's mission be beneath'
neath' beneath' the Soviet cruiser which
brought Russian leaders to Brit Britain
ain Britain recently.
"i doploro this debate and will
tay no more," Edon told tho
House of Common last night,,
and sat down In a show of tamp tamper.
er. tamper. ,"i V -.--"--.vj
The Prime Minister's dramatic
outburst momentarily stunned the
opposition in the usually staid
Commoas. Then the Socialists burst
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Eden had just finished an 11-
minute speech that gave no fur
ther clues to the mystery of the
frogman, who was "presumed
dead" after he dived m Ports Portsmouth
mouth Portsmouth Harbor April 19 near the
Soviet cruiser that had brought
Kremlin leaders to Britain.
The Socialists forced a full-dress
debate on the issue today in an ef
fort to smoke Eden out..
'One Socialist M. P. even sue
gested that U.S. intelligence may
have been involved in the case.
The Soviet press called it
"shameful espbnage" and Britain
apologized to Russia. But Eden
refused last Wednesday to tell the
House of Commons Whether
Crabb was spying on the cruiser.
H said only that tho mission
was undertaken without the
knowledge of the government and
that "disciplinary steps" had
Last night, Eden tola Parliament
he felt he had to announce last
week that his ministers were ig ignorant
norant ignorant of the frogman mission or
eise we 1 visaing nussian leauers
would have doubted his sincerity
in the Anglo-Soviet talks
Gaitskell opened the debate last
night by urging Eden to reveal
all he could about the circumstanc
es surrounding the death of Brit
ain's ace froeman.
"I have not one word more to
say than I announced Wednes
day," Eden snapped.
But Eden had romment on
tht "second Dart of last dap'
statement in which he a 1 d
Crabb went on his mission near
the cruiser Ordzhonikidze without
the authority of the government
ministers. : t 11
"This includes all Her Majes
ty's ministers, Eden said.
This appeared to be a pointed
defense of the first lord of the Ad
miralty.' Lord Cilcennin. The So
cialists have talked of gunning
for him on the strength of the
Eden dwelled for several mln mln-utos
utos mln-utos on .the reason prime min minister
ister minister cannot talk publicly about
tho activities of tho secret serv services.
ices. services. Gaitskell had asked speck
fically what part the secret serv services
ices services played in the incident.
Eden said he announced the gov
ernment ministers had been ig ignorant
norant ignorant of Crabb's mission because
if he had not, "doubts would inevi
tably have been thrown on the
sincerity of our position" during
Twining said that the new B-,
66- light bomber, for instance, .Is'
capable of carrying the H-bomD.
Twining's statement' was one
of the first official indications
that the H-bomb can be car-,
ried by planes other than
heavy bombers such as the B B-36
36 B-36 and the B-52.
A reporter commented to
Twining that If the B-66 can
carry the H-bomb, "you must
be getting the bomb pretty
"They are not too big" Twin Twining
ing Twining answered with a smile.
Twining supported the asser
tion by Adm. Arlelgh A. Burke,
Naval Chief of Operations, that
carrier-based planes are capable
of carrying the H-bomb..
Bnrke Indicated that the A3D
attack plane, which has not
yet gone Into operational use,
is the Navy's H-bomber. The
B-66 is the Air Force's version
of the Navy-developed ACD.
Meanwhile Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson said substan substantial
tial substantial cuts in President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's military aid program "would
present serious risks in the de defense
fense defense of the United States."
Adm. Arthur W. Radford.
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, agreed that any such cut
"would have seriously adverse
enects upon the continued build building
ing building of military strength In the
Free World.-.. .-
Wilson and Radford testified
before the Senate Foreign Rela
tions committee which is con considering
sidering considering Mr. Elsenhower's re request
quest request for $4,900,000,000 for for foreign
eign foreign military and economic aid
in the 1957 fiscal year beginning
Of the total, about 3 billion
dollars would be earmarked for
military aid, including 500 mil
lion dollars for missiles and oth
er "advanced weapons."
Th rest would go for econo
mic aid, technical assistance and
special emergency programs.
Wilson and Radford told the
committee the United States
must continue to supply large large-scale
scale large-scale military aid to its allies
until Soviet military plans be become
come become clearer
"To cut military assistance
materially at this time," Wilson
said, "would present serious risks
to the defense of the United
States and the Free World and
would require a complete re re-evaluation
evaluation re-evaluation of our international
position and- of our ow nmilitary
He said this country's mili military
tary military aid program supports 200
divisions n allied armies a
force "several t i m e s the
strength of our own army"
and glveg additional aid to the
air forces and the navies of
free nations. -rrirtrr'
Wlthout these forces, Wilson
said, this country's own military
forces would hav to be enlarged
which would cost more than the
whole foreign aid program.
EDITOR'S NOTE? This is the
fourth In a sen'es of 16 articles
on cancer, prepared by the
Canal Zone Cancer Committee.
There are a few visible growths
to which the doctor xan give a
good look, ana say. "tnat s it."
v But the diagnosis oi cancer is
usually made after careful phy
sical examination, a detailed
medical history, and a great deal
of laboratory work and x-ray
Read sorv on oaae 1Q
Civil Rights Program Depends.
On House Democratic Leaders
. WASHINGTON, May 15-OJP)
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R-
N.Y.) predicted yesterday that
the House Rules Committee will
tlvltles at its annual convention
which ended yesterday.
"They had better get to work
on the Democratic leadership of
cl:ar President Eisenhower's cl-j the House," Keating said. "That's
yil rights program for floor ac- where the difficulty Jles at the
wuu w me Democratic leaaersniD; moment."
does not Interfere.
Both Wilson and Radford made,
a special plea for the advanced
weapons program. Wilson said It
15 "vitally important" that. U.S.
allies have an opportunity to
train its servicemen in the se
of these weapons.
Radford told the committee
the 3 billion dollar request for
military aid "Is not excessive,"
The program is austere to the
degree that any major reduction
would require a complete restudy
or our own military program,
Keating ir the ranking GOP
member of the Judiciary Com Committee
mittee Committee which approved the meas measure
ure measure two weeks ago. - y
He also said he is confident
tne President; four-point-; pro program
gram program will be approved by the full
House if it ever reaches the
1 The rules group will be asked
to clear the civil rights bill as
soon as minority and majority
reports are filed, probably to tomorrow,.
morrow,. tomorrow,. "Vf
It was learned hat Southern
members of the Judiciary Com Committee
mittee Committee plan to file strong ob objections,
jections, objections, questioning the legal-;
ity of some of the admtaistra admtaistra-i'on's
i'on's admtaistra-i'on's proposals, v 1
Keating, who introduced the.
' Meanwhile, Emii Rleve,"AFL
. CIO vice president and retir-
Ing head of the textile workers
union, sad organized labor
should desert the Democrats
Party it tries to work "both
sides of the street" on segre.
gation and other issues. t
m a speech to his Union's convention-delegates
Itieve,' safd some Demcoratlo
presidential "aspirants, were "im
itatlng" Mr-Eisenhower's "mod "mod-era
era "mod-era tlon" approach, v
Informed sources said 'South 'Southern
ern 'Southern members of the Judiciary
Committee plan to attack the
proposal in the civil .rights' biH
that would permit the attorney,
general to by-pass state courts
by taking such cases directly to
Federal courts. ; a-
Boys 6, Girls 4
for Democratic Action, a liberal
organization, had criticized the
administration's civil rights ac-
But the diagnosis cannot be
made, or dlsproven, unless the
patient goes to the doctor. Tne
patient may do this because of
a symptom, a pain, a lump or a
spotting of blood.
Such a patient should remem
ber some facts of surpassing im
portance. Every day's delay In
creases the danger. v
It is just as hard for the doc
tor to prove that no cancer Is
present, but it happens much
I more often. T- - -
-1 Tf th Aivtnr t rareful nd
Ten babies were born in Coco does 4 lot of thinking you can
i :f i':l
Than wtflf .AnUnJ ,V 4 .1.1-
the Rules Committee Jf it choos-or.states ,!
He noted that the, Americans lYlMM-Wtlt'V&n
On Monsoon Reins i
' CALCUTTA,' May ; "15 (UP) d
This epidemic-stricken; city today
looked hopefully for monsoon rains
to break the stranglehold cholera
has clamped on the population.
Weathermen predict early arriv arriv-al
al arriv-al of the rains, and medical ex
perts hope they will ? check the
The outbreak of cholera has al already
ready already set a world record in numb number,
er, number, of victims per capitaPatients
are arriving at cholera wards at
the rate of one every IS minutes.
The epidemic has spread prom
Calcutta's teeming slums to the
better residential areas. 1 :;!
Medical authorities fear that the
peak of the epidemic is yet to come
unless the rains arrive first.
Th nti-chnlpr Innorill 1 1 f 0 It
drive continues but the total of in-
noculated persons is still danger
' ' (NEA Telephoto)
WILL SEEK SENATE SEAT Former Georgia Gov. Herman
Talmadge and his wife check their fishing gear; at Fernandina
Beach. Fla, as their host, M. M, Monroe, looks on. Talmadge
announced that he would be a candidate for the Senate seat
now held by Sen. Walter George (D., Ga.), who said he would
, not seek re-election.
Who H 7crri:d
' The El Rancho Garden Is not
and to prove it they are pre
senting, commencing tonlte until
Friday- night at eight thirty
and ten thirty the famous Latin
American 14 piece band the
"Havana-Cubans",, directed by
the versatile Benny Bustillos
and accompanied bv two singers
(Exclusive Perfection, Artist
They have been presented la
all the South American coun countries
tries countries in the best night spots,
radio and television. . r
Solo Hospital during the week end.
ing at midnight. May 9, according
to the regular hospital report. Dur
ing the same period, 89 patients
were admitted ana 83 wtre dis
Babies were born to the follow-1
rely on his conclusion that you
don't have cancer.. 1
If the conclusion Is positive,!
there is up to SO per cent chancel
of cure. If this conclusion bei
untrue, there is a 100 per cent
vault; hcic uutu wf luc iwuuw-' J u r
ing American citizens: BM2 :.ndi .&pro "llef
Mrs. momas jonnson. of coco so
lit, son; DC2 and Mrs. James
Holden, of Coco Selito, daughter;
ADC and Mrs. Lawrence Wallen Wallen-tinson,
tinson, Wallen-tinson, of Coco Solo, son; Lt, and
Mrs. Robert McClelland, of Coco
boio, son; u. (jg.) and Mrs. ay-
It the patient, wisely, goes to
the doctor for an annual exam examination,
ination, examination, or a semi-annual chest
X-ray, without having any
symptoms at all, he has 19
cnances m a tnousand tnat a
ron Higgins, of Coco Solo, daugh-, cancer will be found, and If It is,
ter; AD2 and Mrs. Thomas Mur Mur-chison,
chison, Mur-chison, of Coco Solito, daughter;
end Pvt. and Mrs. Leo Vickery,
the talks with Soviet leaded
aoiai BUigania ana inikus ivnrusn. Babies were bor "j, the foow.
k- k Prim, win.' bg parents of Panamanian nation nation-It
It nation-It was then that the Prime Mm-, K. ,.j M njiu Br.
ister snapped into his emotional -&t? ,7 and
AnX'r in tK.t ik t Donld Hewitt, of Rainbow City.
confeM .SSJStXt. SSnSL fin n
Soviet leaders should, in truth., lpomPson' ..."'
prove to be the beginning of a be beginning,"
ginning," beginning," he said.
"I intend to safeguard that pos possibility
sibility possibility at all costs. I believe that
is the policy in the minds of the
Soviet leaders." -
Here Eden paused and wound
up. '.' ' '
"And that is the reason, sir,"
he declared with feeling, "that I
deplore this debate and will say.
no more." v
Spelling Oul Heeds
To Industry Chiefs
PITTSBURGH, May IS (UP)
Leaders of the giant-.UnttH Stee'
it will probably be early enough
to be cured.
The Armed services, where
annual examination has been a
practice for years, cancer cures
are much higher than in ; the
general public, of the same &e
bracket, and death rates lower.
In some particular types, the dif difference
ference difference la remarkable.
The doctor's examination ; is I
the most important thing he can
do. Some 50 per cent of cancer
in women can be felt on exam examination.
ination. examination. The next standby Is X X-ray,
ray, X-ray, an expensive procedure and
worth many time more. --1
There : are no blood nor sRin
tests for cancer, like the ones for
malaria i and tuberculosis, but
hundreds of researchers are try trying
ing trying to find one. Many of the
workers Union resume spelling out body's functions, liver thvroid
today contract demands to be pre- pancreas, etc can be tested and
sented to the nation's basic basic are equally important whether
steel industry. iegative or positive.
The USW's 170-members wage- f 0ne of the most conclusive
po icy committee will put into R- is to tekc a blt of the es.
nal shape the union s version l of tloned u u perhaps by a
mium pay for weekends, cuaran-1 ... . ... .
teed aSnSal pay, and Improved 5f
On Cuban Soil
HAVANA. Mav 15 fUP)- Fede-
welcome today by the Cuban gov
Authoritative sources said the ac action
tion action was expected to lead to rup rupture
ture rupture of diplomatic relations be-
jtween the two countries. ?
j Cuban-Dominican tension has
! been increasing since the Domini
can government charged several i
! weeks ago that the chief of staff
lof the Cuban army nao aeuverea
a quantity of arms to a subversive
visions. Some 650,000 usw mem members
bers members fn the industry would be di directly
rectly directly affected by the demands.
The union's two-year contract,!
with leading steel producers e-
pire on June 30 and the USW has!
notified some 172 steel firms and
iron ore producers that negoiia-,
tions must begin by June 1.
The executive board of the 1,-'
200,000-member union approved
unanimously some 20 contract de
mands. Tbe board then passea we,
diagnosis. No test is absolute..
ffrmtn fni' mca affninst lh rinmini.1 rkrAmm0nHftHrint ah tn the W8f-
can government. Cuba denied the! policy committee which has the fi-.
i charge. 1 1 nal say in- contract matters.
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