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MEETS WITH ARMEP FORCES LEADERS Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson and top -leaders
of all the Armed Forces hold a joint, news conference in Washington in an effort to
head off a mushrooming lnter-servlce feud. Left, to right: Gen. Nathan Twining, Air Force
Chief; Air Secretary Donald Quarles; Gen. Marwell Taylor, Army Chief; Undersecretary of
the Army Charles Finucane; Wilson; Adm. Arthur Jiadford, Chairman Joint Chtef3 of Staff;
Navy secretary Charles Thomas; Adm.. Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval Operations; and Gen.
Randolph Pate, Marine Corps Commandant, ;
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
-President Eisenhower said yes yesterday
terday yesterday he has "no plans" .at
present to call a Southern gov governors'.
ernors'. governors'. -conference to discuss
ways to. carry out the Supreme
Court's school integration rul rul-,
, rul-, tag. .
Expressing" doubt of the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of 6uch a move, he indlcat indlcat-ed
ed indlcat-ed a fear that attendant publi publicity
city publicity might result In more harm
Mr. Eisenhower discussed
. the school issue at his news
: conference when told that
labor groups have urged him
to call a Southern governors'
conference. :-,u -.lv-
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Declaring he has "no plans at
this moment" to do so the
President said the Idea was rais raised
ed raised "some six or seven months
jago." : ; r
M 1 I i.-A 1.' W' lie w' 1
I "thrtl we a.t, at ov-y time, a
I conference that. ..wouM cxacer cxacer-I
I cxacer-I bate this situation. W$ want to
1 find something some way to
Imake progress, and to get the
thintinor of America centered on
one common line, ir wepossiuiy
"can." c;';.';. ':'.'''-'
"Make no mistake, I am ready
to confer wrj,h anybody on this
problem who wants to come in
and see me, but to call a formal
conference, always there must
be a communique s you people
(newsmen) insist on it.
. "Well, what are they going to
say? .- And that could be very
f US Vcld2r Plunges
'Oil 'Bridge Udder,
Escapes Bad Injury
An American welder who fell 25
feet ou a ladder on me aouimcm
f th east HDDroach to Miratlores
Bridge this morning apparently es-j
taped serious injury. ;
' Gorgas Hospital officials ..
ithst th iniurea man. ius
Vsn Home, suffered no broken
pones in the accident and was not
considered to De on we enuuv
1U list. -r.-A-.;:-;:;--;' 1
- Van Home, wno is erapyu ."
welder for the Pacific Locks Divu
; aion, was cutting some brackets
which hold a ladder to the bndge
abutment when one of the rungs
save way at the top, hurling mm
thi omiinil about 25 feet.
He was cutting the brackets at
ithe bottom of the ladder which,
according to preliminary .reports
was not fastened securely at the
"top. The construction
.5 tha mitairie of the bridge
, w.jr v ------ j. u,.
necessuatea we rep r"
v The 44-year-old worker; who is
a Balboa resident, was rushed to
the emergency section of lrgas
shortly alter a.m. today
At nrxa tima officials ISlQ DO
lioken bones had been tecoveredJ
- but van uorno i ucms uul'"v"
tto a thorough examination. -;
Ups US Membership
By Oyer 9 Million
e-nnm,rrr,MUith";iSwlss newspaper said yesterdav
United States, Alaska and the
Hawaiian Islands today claimed
a record 33,574,017 members, an
Increase of more than 9 million in
The new total resulted from an
Increase of nearly one million
members during 1955.
New figures on Roman Catholic
wiembership were reported in the
lu5S official Catholic directory, a
seven-pound 1180-page volume con
1 '-1...L ...j .kJ
' l lie year uuo iciwiicu uicict
are 33,396,647 Catholics in the 48 j
states and 177.370 in Alaska and
Bridges Agrees Vjth Probe
Of Armed Services Rivalry
WASHINGTON, May 24 1 (UP)
Sen. styles Bridges today sup
ported a congressional investi investigation
gation investigation of military feuding but
said Congress should get to together
gether together on one committee to
handle the Inquiry.
The New Hampshire Repub Republicans
licans Republicans Chairman of the Senate
GOP policy committee, said he
saw no reason why Congress
should have competing unquirles
into competition among the
armed '- services. He said one
committee hould handle the job
even though congressional in investigations
vestigations investigations are "popular in an
election year." -Thus
far two Senate Subcom Subcommittees
mittees Subcommittees have said they would go
into the military feud the
Armed Services Subcommittees
have said they would go Into
the military feud the Armod
Services Subcommittee on
Symington (D-Mo.) and the Jt. Jt.-iita
iita Jt.-iita ry Appropriations S ubcoin-
mittee headed by Sen. Dennis
Chavez (D-N.M.).-' Suggestions
living In IIS ;"r
Under False Nan?
WASHINGTON.' Maf 24 fUPi-
Lountess Alexandra Tolstoy said
yesterday that some 15,000 Iron
Curtain refugees, living her un
der false identities or falsified
histories, "represent a very good
target for Soviet agents."
Miss .Tolstoy, 72, daughter of
famed Russian novelist Leo Tol
stoy, tbld the Senate Internal Se Security
curity Security subcommittee the refugees
receive Soviet propaganda in the
mail from group known : as the
"return to the homeland commit committee."
1 She said the mail is aadressed
to the refugees under their origin original
al original Russian names at the addresses
in which they are living under
false identities. She said this in
dicates Soviet authorities know the
ture names and present where a a-bouts
bouts a-bouts of the refugees, y;,:!,
Miss Tolstoy, who now heads
the Tolstoy Foundation, for aiding
Russian emigrees, said hundreds
of these refugees have told her
they are afraid they will be V de.
nouneed to U. S. authorities and;
deported to the Soviet Union.
'She said some have been threat threatened
ened threatened with disclosure unless they
return to Russia voluntarily.
j Ttfiss Tolstoy, urged Congress to
pass legislation to .ena me tears
of these ref usees. She said some:
mav have valuable intelligence in
formation they are reluctant to
give V: S. authorities under pres.
Swisi Paper Says
Held British Frogman
BASLE, May 24 (UP) A
Soviet seamen killed British
frogman Lionel Crabb by .hold .holding
ing .holding him under water with mag magnets
nets magnets until bis air supply ran out.
Basler Nachrlchten in a dis dis-natch
natch dis-natch from its Stockholm cor
respondent, gave "competent
circles in the Nordic capital" as
it sources for the story.
The dispatch said the Soviets
discovered Lt CrndT Crabb un under
der under their cruiser Ordzhonlkidze
iinst. Atwii 19, t
ioiininr ht rarfin eoVi.
j-- a -- .-- : .. . u
tact with shore and preventing er Soviet ships at PortsmouUi:
underwater photography wlthbut refused to say what he was
"Jammlng,' the ship's detecting' doing there, X - ;
"let lA pep7
also have been made for Inves
tigations on the House side.
Some Republicans have frown
ed on the planned investigation.
But Bridges said he believes
there, should be an inquiry not
only into current lnterservice
controversies, but also into the
underlying issue of the roles
and missions of the. various
At the same time, Bridges
said, he feels that competition
between the services is "a
healthy thing" up to a point.
But, he said, it "can't be allow allowed
ed allowed to- the excess that It results
in duplication and waste or jeo jeopardizes
pardizes jeopardizes the security of the na nation."
tion." nation." :
WHITE SANDS PROVING
GROUND, N.M., May 24 UP) UP)-The
The UP)-The Army's Nike rocket will be
able to -carry an atomic war warhead
head warhead that would permit "scatter
shots" against formations of,
enemy, aircraft, a spokesman
told United Press yesterday.
A small, controlled atomic He-
vice in Nike's nose would be the
key to the high destructive
tentlal of the rocket, the spokes
man said.- He asked that his
name not be used.
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.The Army wound up Its two two-day
day two-day demonstration for the press
yesterday of the Nike's killing
Dower. Included In the demon demonstration
stration demonstration were firings of Corporal
and Honest John Rockets.
Newsmen -saw Army launching
crewa with only four weeks of
training fire six Nikes at tiny,
propellor-drlven drone targets,
and scor three hits and -two
"lethal" near-misses. The sixth
Nike blew itself up aloft when
its radar mechanism failed.
On Monday, two Nikes were
fired at a 500-mile -an -hour
drone target at 15.000 feet and
brought it down. Monday's fir firings
ings firings of Corporal and Honest
John were also flat on the
, Yesterday's drone targets tra traveled
veled traveled at only 18 miles an hour,
but ranged from 10,000 to 20,000
feet and bobbed about in the
wind to make their seven-foot
wing scan and 10-foot length a
very slippery target.-
But the newsmen saw Nike, a
.missile zo ieet long ana one root
in diameter, climb with incredl
bie sneed to lO.OUO feet ana men
home tenaciously on the small.
wind-tossed targets with deadly
devices showed Crabb still had
not turned back, the dispatch
The story did not explain
what the "magnetic Installa
It said the British Admiralty
had sent Crabb on the mission
to examine the hull and propel
ler of the OrdzhonlkldEe.
There was no Immediate com comment
ment comment on the renort in London.
The British government
British eovernment nas
i . 1. n r-n W .n.utlfHa.
- ihrv died while diving around
tho ordzhonlkidze and two oth
us Arrs r::::2
iiwnt fib lrlfc mnd the
r AN AM A, K. r THURSDAY, MAT Zt, 1958
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
The Senate yesterday pass passed
ed passed by voice vote a bill to over overhaul
haul overhaul the civil service retire retirement
ment retirement program and provide
more liberal retirement bene benefits
fits benefits to government employes.
The measure now goes to tha
The legislation was opposed
by the White House on economy
Senate GOP leader William F
Knowland (Calif.) said he
booed tne House would amend
the bill to make it "acceptable"
to the administration..
The bill would cost tha gov
ernment an estimated $0 million
' it would Increase tha re retirement
tirement retirement benef'ts of present
government employes up to 30
per eent and provide greater
benefits for survivors el red
tral workers. . .;.'
Retirement deductions from
the pay of government workers
would be Increased from six to
seven per cent to help pay for
The Senate, before nasslne
the hill, adopted an, amendment
to Increase the contribution of
members of Congress from six
to eight par cent.
i i .. ;
The bill also provides that In
...e luture the emplrv- r?a-
Uibution to the retu-ej.,L.iit lund
would be matched equally v by
the government In recent years
tne government contribution
has fallen behind that of the
Resolulbn To M
WASHINGTON. Mar 24 (VV 'Ji
ine DIB inree western nnwfr ir
drafting a resolution for the Unit.
ed Nations Security Council to en
courage new moves for settling
the Arab-Israeli dispute, diplomat diplomatic
ic diplomatic officials said todav
ine nope is that Israel and the
Arab nations will respond by mov.
ins uiemseives toward an even
tual agreement for ending their
quarrels. .-r-Ovf y
Officials here exnect the Securi-
ty Council to be called into session
next week on the Middle Eastern
problem. It would consider U. N.
Secretary General Dag Ham
marskjold s report on his recent
Middle East mission, which
brought pledges from both sides
to observe cease fire arrange
ments. .. .
The United States,. Britain and
France have for some time been
consulting on what kind of a reso
lution should be introduced in the
Security Council on the occasion of
It is known that one draft would
praise Hammarskjold's efforts
and call upon Israel and the Arab
nations to keep the peace, includ including
ing including a satement that the Security
Council would welcome further kit
tiative from the countries involved
to settle the long-standing Arab-
Korea Pays Tribu.:
SEOUL. Korea. May 24 (UPV-I
More than one million persons!
paid last tribute yesterday to the
late opposition leader, P. H. Shi.
mcky, in the largest funeral cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies ever held in the Republic
of Korea.'.. .:;. ,-
An estimated one million per persons
sons persons lined a four-mile procession
route from Seoul Stadium, where
funeral services were held, to the
burial place on the outskirts of
the city.- .- - .vv.,..-.-An
additional, 50,000 persons
crowded into the stadium to hear
tributes by many of Korea's lead lead-in
in lead-in ir figures. i ;
Shinicky, who was President
Syngman Knee's chief political op opponent,
ponent, opponent, died of a heart attack Hay
5 while campaigning for president
on the Democratic party ticket.
Hia runnint" mate. John M. Chang,
was elected vice president in the
May 15 elections. -Neither
Shee nor Chang attend.
ed the funeral.
eounlry is Ahrahtm Lincoln.
IKE AND MAMIE GREET VETERANS President and Mrs.1
Eisenhower greet MaJ. Oliver Reed, USAF, of Middieport, Fa.;
as they entertain 791 hospitalized veterans at the annual White
House Garden Party Standing beside the President is MaJ,
, Harold Kurth, USMC, a' White House social aide.
: ',', ' ''
Milton Eisenhower May Come
To Presidents' Meet With Ike
A possibility exists that Milton
Eisenhower may accompany his
brother President Eisenhower on
the forthcoming meeting of Ameri American
can American Presidents to be held here be be-ginningJune
ginningJune be-ginningJune 25.
. This V-is revf.id
I pre. -i conferc;.( helu by James
Hagertyi White Housa press sec sec-retary,,
retary,, sec-retary,, before his,, return to Wash Wash-ington
ington Wash-ington v "v
Hagerty briefed newspapermen
yesterday i on some of the details
concerning press coverage to be
expected during the June confer conference,
ence, conference, considered to be an historic
one for all of Latin America, and
one of the biggest International ev events
ents events ever to take place in. the
Western Hemisphere. i, . ;
Present elans call for El Pa Panama
nama Panama Hotel te be the focal point
for the dissemination ef now,
photos and films, with every fa
ellity being effored nowo 'torv
icea and bureau sending their
repmentaMvea.diere. ; rr. yY
Haeertv said he would venture
to guess that over 100 correspond correspondents
ents correspondents from the .United States alone
will begin to arrive several days
before the conference, but added
that he could not be sure of the total
until all of the agencies had listed
their newsmen who will attend the
meeting. r ; 'V
Alefanrtro orfi la. director oi in
formation of the Organization of
JERUSALEM (Israeli Sector).
May 24 (UP) Egyptian Premier
Gamal Abdel Nasser announced to today
day today he had accepted an invitation
from Chinese Communist Premier
Chou En-lai' to visit Red China
which has offered Egypt more
arms.';: ' ;
Tt vac also announced that Mai
fien. Abdel Hakin Amer. the E-
rvDtlan Defense Minister, had ac
cepted an invitation from Red Chi-
nese ueiense Minisier ruu icu icu-Huai
Huai icu-Huai to send an Egyptian milita
ry mission to Peiplng representing
the army, navy and air lorce.
Egypt already has sent such a
minfiion to Czechoslovakia which
has been supplying' Soviet-built
and other arms..'.-
Th announcement was made by
Nasser's office as tension began
mounting again in the Middle
vt fniinwinff a series of Israeli
complaints against three of its
Arab neignoors jcgypt, yrw aou
Jordan.' v.-r ;.,; ., :
Observers pomtea out in uinaon
that this would enable Egypt to
receive arms even- if the United
Mtinn imDorfed an arms embar-
shiDment to the Middle
Fct inr Red China is- not
member of the U. N. and would
not feel itself bound by an embar.
Date of the Nasser vist to Peip-
tag has not yet oeen nxeo, n w-
The. announcement was made
ifter the head of Communist Chi
na's permanent trade delegation
in Cairo was called to the presi-
rienrv and informed that Nasser
had accepted Chou's invitation.
America States, and the Panama
oubhc relations director Pedro
Diaz, also took part in the confer
ence- '-v. ;
Direct cable circuits
'io lines "! a r
LI Panama tor the use
The Washington and Panama
suites on the first floor will be
come the press center, with one
suite to be used by newsmen ana
the other by radio announcers.
Hagerty "r. Eisenhower was
expected : ive In Panama
some time .day, June 24 and
leave early .nesday, June 27.
No decision has been reached as
yet as to where the President will
stay during his Panama visit.
The Washington group ten eany
this morning and is expected to
return to Panama several days be
fore -the conference meets.
Local S97 Plans
Equal Pay Rally
While Ike's Here
A local-rate labor union leader
has requested that a rally urging
equal pay for equal wortc tor Pa
namanian working in tne lone
be included among the civic acti
vities' to be held here when Pres President
ident President Eisenhower arrives on the
Isthmus June 25 to attend the meet
ing of American chiefs of Stats in
Panama City. ; v
The request to include the ral rally
ly rally in the events scheduled for the
June visit, was sent to Panama's
Foreizn Minister Alberto Boyd py
Jna de la Rosa Castillo, president
of Local 907 of the GCEOC-CIO-AFL
Castillo said today that Boyd
renlied that the request had been
referred to the committee in
charge of making arrangements for
the forthcoming conference oi a
.Castillo added that the purpose
of the rally would be to press for
the enactment o( S-3871 recently
presented to Coneress which calls
for equal pay for equal work, for
He -said he had the support of
Local 900. .-'V;
French Lash At
Army Of Allah,
Kill 39 Rebels r
" ALGIERS, May 24 (UP)
French troops- smashed a strong,
well-disciplined Nationalist force
near Sidiaich in the Souman Val
ley, killing at least 39 rebels,
French officials reported today.
The battle yesterday was believ
ed to be the biggest single opera")
Uon in the past four days as an
ever-increasing number of French
trooos spread across this North
Africa srea to wipe out the anti
French "Army of Allah."
Police swept through ; Algeria
last night, swiftly closing a net a-
round suspected rebel quarters.
Officials said "a large number" of
suspects were arrested.
4 t : j.-
( NEW YORK; May 24 (UP) The New York p:"
News said in a copyright story today that Russia has iz-.t
word secretly to Washington that it would welcome a visit
by the U.S. joint chief of staff to inspect the Soviet armed
Quotina a-United Nations source, the News said.
"Feelers have already been put out by the Soviets in this
country on what the American reaction would be."
'The invitation, it was said, may be formally issued
The News said just what the U.S. joint chiefs would
be allowed to inspect, whether this would be the first step
iri Soviet acceptance of President Eisenhower's "open sky"
disarmament inspection proposal, or whether t would
"steal the play from Ike's plan by opening up an entirely
new avenue of inspection of arms" was nof known by its
The source admitted that the
Soviet move f might be just? a
trial balloon, either to test
public reaction in this country
or to open a new phase of its
"peace offensive propaganda,"
Mid j -f,;'
The News' story said a Penta Penta-4
4 Penta-4 source told the News, that
Uie Defense Department was
"obviously" interested In silch a
proposal although "we have
heard nothing of these opera operations."
tions." operations." "But more obviously, this mat
ter is of such magnitude that it
can only be determined at the
White House," the News quoted
the Pentagon source as saying.
The News Minted out that if
the iolnt chiefs accented such an
invitation, "it would be protocol
to reciprocate and invite tne
Soviet military high command"
to Inspect our armed services,
To Quel! Strikers
BUENOS AIRES. Mav 24 fUP)
ine revolutionary government ux
voxed its emergency powers today
against "Communist and Peronist
strikers who have crippled the
An official announcement warn
ed that bus drivers and trolley
motormen who fail to report for
work will be subject to court mar
tial as violators of the "state of
siege" which has been in effect in
Buenos Aires since before Presi President
dent President Juan D. Peron was overthrown
A police spokesman said some
"hotheads' already have been ar
rested. A roundup of strike lead
ers was reported still in progress.
- Federal policemen were detailed
to ride buses and trolley to pro protect
tect protect non-strikers and supervisory
employes against violence, ..
The government Is anxious to set
tle the strike before tomorrow to
prevent its interfering with an ob ob-servance
servance ob-servance planned to mark Argen
tina 146tn independence day.
The walkout virtually paralyzed
municipal surface transportation
and one of the city s five suoway
lines but private lines provided
The 30.000-member Transport U-
nion held a collective bargaining
election Tuesday as a preliminary
to renewed demands for a wage
City officials blamed yesterday's
sudden walkout on members of the
"CommunisUPeronist" faction i in
the union, which was outvoted
to 3 in the bargaining election by
the "Democratic" faction,
Union spokesmen said, however.
that the strike was called in retal
iation for police use of tear gas to
break up a demonstration at
bus garage here yesterday.
An American engineer tod.
found guilty oi disturbing the j
by using1 sbusive language a t
Ancoq- Post Office, and fine I :
in the Balboa Magistrate's Cutu-t."
The defendant was Human R.
Bay, a self-employed engineer in
Panama City who complained that
he was being discriminated against
in the release of a package ad addressed
dressed addressed to him. He objected to hav
ing to clear the package through
It was brought out in court that
the defendant is not entitled to
free entry privileges. Postalderlc
Frank E. Hirt, who brought charg-
es against -Bay, said he explained
this to the defendant.
The Balboa iiaeistrate pointed
Out that if Bay had any complaints
he should have takert them up
with the Post Office Department,
instead of using abusive language
to some-one who is a public serv
61 To Face Trbl
Oil Assault (hzrgei
A Ft. Kobbe soldier yesterday'
was bound over for trial in U.S.
District Court on a charge of ac'
siult by means likely to produce
great bodily injury on another sol -4ier
who was bis drinking compa companion.
nion. companion. i
The defendant. Kenneth L. L k.
put up $100 bail yesterday .i A..-r
he faded to raise tna.xwo ortc o al
ly set as bail, it was reduc te
$100, and he was given 48ours
m which to raise that sum or else
he could not be released on bail.
Lusk is charged with striking his
friend, Theodore Kellar, in the
face with a beer bottle following
an argument the pair bad outside
the Vt W post building in tocoiu
' In court Lusk said the pair start-
ed drinking beer at the Ft.JCobbe
NCO Club and several hours laer
went to the Cocoli VFW post where
they drank some more. After an
argument, Kellar went outside he
building, with Lusk following him.
The fight ensued there, : ;
Lusk "was bound over for trial
during yesterday afternoon's ses
sion m the' Balboa Magistrate's
Results from 737 of SIS pre- -.
cincts today gave the Nation
al Patriotic Coalition (CPNI
S residential candidate Ernes-
de la Gnardia Jr. an 15,779
tote lead ever the National
Liberal Party's Victor f. Coy. (
tia. .,.-,.-. .i
De la Guardla had total
ef 16928 votes, Goytia, 74,-
J47. v'. ,,;..,.,. :
-In province of Panama,
where 132 precincts have bee
counted, de la Gnardia was
ahead ef Goytia, 41,431 vote
te 37,091 eetea. .
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TIm Mai Ira h aea forum tar leeeer tf The Psaama America
Utttrs are recti v4 gratefully ead are luaaloo ta a vbaUy eeafieeatul
If W CQntribirt htti aoat be Imsetieat if R doesa't appeal thf
'Mat 4V Lattan ara pb!ishd in the order received,
Plena try ta keep Iha laftar Hmitad fa ana aee kagth. -" ':.
' Meatfly af letter writers la held la strictatr cenfideaee.
Tkjs aawiaupat an mat aa
franed la lattan from rotoer,
THE MAR BOX
Clr: -;v': ',
I think- that I saw lour boys learn a hard, hard lesson about
life, i don't mean the vital, active Living life (with a capital
i L). but the sort ot life that they arc being exposed to.
' Most of us train our children to clay hard, nlay clean. Jdve
them three cuances.'-tnen play
. It's not everv day that boys: Scouts or otherwise have a
supervised group to stand by
logs from ocean to ocean and tnrougn, tne iocks.. imagine me
wonderful opportunity given these boys, which is the envy of
many a growing boy in the united states right now,
' Rumor has it that a grotto of boys In the States are in
terested in this ocean-to-ocean
pect to come down here to compete under the win, lose or draw
system, wnicn gives recognition,
If there is no goal to work for, there can be no incentive
on the competitor part. Let's give our boys who struggled
through the May 5 race their recognition in the press. They
all worked hard, stayed with it
and deserve much, much, better-
' I personally am interested in
""of winners, losers and drawers.
!y t r 1; i -7 ; -- l
CHAIN STUDY The buga anchor chain of tha carrier USS
Saratoga la inspected by EMI James Milligan at the naval
,- -I.! a j- v Tjsr-h link Mjpiehs afin nounds. Tha
. PIUpjMlU OIMWUJ"! a. t -1
' 60,000-ton Saratoga, to ba commissioned this month, hat mora I
- horsepower than any other.shlp ever built for tha U.S. Navy.
SHOW TIME 10:00 p.m.'
1 ( "X
n . ,n A-'
. Dorothy Bronson :
PANAMA'S BEAUTIFUL GIRLS WITH COLORFUL
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kowing a bedside conference with
the strickea eolnmnist.) '.
Watch for a Democratic ticket
this year headed by Sen. Stuart
Symington with either New Jersey's,
Governor Robert Meyner or Penn.
sylvanla's Governor George Lead
er as bis running mate. The Mis
souri soion nas already personally
discussed uus possibility with both
That's the word from the same
inner-sanctum sources that told me
flatly months ago that the GOP
ticket would oe Eisennower and
Nixon and that was back in the
days when both Ike and the vice
president were being counted out.
bymmeton as weu as ms aides
have been busily contacting im important
portant important union politicos to line up
support for his bid at the wide wide-open
open wide-open Chicago convention of the
Democrats. And they have been
getting very friendly responses.
Tha sudden warmth for Syming
ton sorines from a' growing cool
ness toward' Adlai Stevenson
among the nation's' top labor
chiefs. Their enthusiasm for the
former Illinois governor hat al almost
most almost completely melted. 1
Part of this can be traced to
an authentic report that Stevenson
has openly stated that the biggest
mistake he made in '52 was com.
ing out foe the repeal of the Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley Liw. He added that he
did this only after great pressure
from Walter Reuther and said he
would not call again for the repeal
of the law which labor hates so
But that's not all. The union
chiefs have bluntly said that they
don't think Stevenson can win avao
if he gets the nod. Practical' men
ill. thev don't want to be booked
to a twice-defeated standard-bear
er. Such is politics today mat tne
. . t a
woor men agree wim jhhm
Farley, who 'recently described
fitevonsnn ax. "a .born loser.
Actually many of the COPE of-
firiala hava said that they don't
believe any Democratic ticket can
beat Eisenhower and Nixon this
The union strategists shrug off
Kefauver. They like his laoor rc
nrd. but recoanize" that tha Demo
cratic party "regulars" wants no
part of turn, jw ara me noor
rhipfs nvpr-pnthUSiaitlC 8D0Ut Ave
rell Harriman as a candidate, al-.
though they respect "and admire
him. George Meany, ALruu
president, is one of tne lew wp
lahnf officials wno iavor me new
York Governor primarily because
of his consistent and vigorous op
position to i domestic ana gioom
nopamp nf t n 1 tne at ltiu
may not endorse the Democratic
ticket this year and may even
dii nff its mans for a sneciai co
venUbir-'orior torelactfons to weigh
.,10k ni4nrsAnifnt3 Labor s heav
iest concentration, instead, will be
on capturing Congress, v
Thi ii vitaliv imnortant because
it can lead' to the control of the
most important congressional com-j
mittMM. For examole. this is es-
pecially, tnie now of the Senate
tabor Committee. Sen. Lister Hill
of Alabama is curren' chairman
f thta eommittee ant$ to
fflva uo his post. a u
ririf r Snnati neS Mur
ray and Matthew xeely, ? They
don't want the post either. After
them comes Paul Douglas of Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, but this ardent friend of la
bor Just resigned 10 aj-v
,w. iTmanpa Com mittee.
After him come Senators Herpert
ikn,,n ni.ta York and John
Kennedy of Mass., both of whom,
are fiisimeresiea m neoui8 u.
committee. Result is that Sen. Pat
McNamara 01 xaicnigaa
ber and former officer ot we
Plumbers Union may. inherit
a.. .t l ii a cinch that this
ienator, elected V by Michigan's
powerful unions, can be counted
upon to push the poUcies of his
union coueanucs. x
This is precisely what labor
.... .Ai.7. like. Which ex
plains their heavy, emphasis, fin-
anciauy anu onreii 7
7imU McDevitt and Jack M
co-directors of the merged labor
federations wnmraw w ""-;
iTiS' rcoPE). outlined
' .. y-1 I4.Ak Mak B-rnilll.
Uii, approach b February to a
coiifidenUal report to Execu
Uve Council, of the ATL-CIO to
Miami Beacn. m
fumy of labor's pohUcal pros prospects
pects prospects they pointed
"To achieve a clear prHbor
. i 41,. tTnuse would re-
friendly congressmen. In the fen
ate the election
friendly senators wui
? The political chiefs then spelled
out V states where avaUable
manpower and money
thrown into the campaign to elect
Ii' ,t. nrt nuree unfriendly
?OPers These include Kentucky,
New York, Oklahoma,
WashuTgton. Oregon OJfatt.
nsm. states may
Tha unions 01 those. Stales inajr
detormta, the rtato
Bala,,1, a '
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THE BROADWAY BREEZE
Intimates suspect Cole Porter
and Jean .Howard, now doing Eu Europe'
rope' Europe' and North Africa together,
will return united. .Mrs. Mess Mess-more
more Mess-more Kendall, Jr. is in Reno. .
N. Y. Times talk is that Margaret
Truman's husband (Clifton Dan Dan-iell,
iell, Dan-iell, Jr.) has an offer to cover
Europe for another gazette at
thrice the salary. .Columbia Pic
tures chief Hamr Conn says the
Jerry Wald estrangement is over
the Pulitzer rnze novel, "Anaer-
lonville." which Wald hoped to
produce. "I Just don't think," said
CoSn, "h's ready, for so tremen-
oous a responsiDimy .irving
Berlin. Richard Rodger and Oi-
car. Hammersteln, the songwriting
ants, led the ovations for Frank
Loesser'a score at "Most aiappy
Fella" . .RSsH are not planning
to do "VafiiUlr PaJr" as reported
in tha drama pages. The inside
track is held by a romantic novel
based on the lives of Dumas and
his son.' Clifton Fadiman suggest suggested
ed suggested it. JCavier Cugat is now the
only Cuban blond. .Kooen weeoe,
a a! a.vt aat-11 II .a,H
jr., son 01 m nappy reua r,
and soprano Vivian Baule were
' Rita Havworth. who wings to
Trinidad today (to make her first
film in years), danced all night
at the Copa, the Waldorf, the
Stork and El Morocco in a dress
borrowed at tha last moment from
a girl she never met. ."I haven't
a thing to wear," she said when
invited to Go On The Town.
"Your luggage in Trinidad?" she
wasi asked. ."No." she frankly
declared, "I just havent one de
cent dress!" . .A man-aooui-town
borrowed one ; from a girl
Math! ? whose fiffura is almost
identical' .The girl was invited
along. .At the wamon, wnen
Rita responded to Pearl Bailey's
invitation to do the 1 final with
her, ringside comment was how
lovely sh looked in -mai oeau.
tiful sown" .Later at El Mor
occo the movie star asked the oth other
er other eyefuls in the party; "Whose
dress am I wearing?" i .One
smiled and said: "Be my guest"
. .We mused over the irony of
it:. Rita Hayworth resume to
the ; Hih Brackets. .The Girl
whose Frock She Borrowed is one
of the countless kids looking for
Despite the length of "Iceman
Cometh" (about tvi hours) it is
the biggest hit in the 5-year history
of Cirele-in-the-Square, which has
parented 15 production. It may
run a year. Some eritica reported
that it is superior to the Theatre
Guild's version of the Euwne O'
Nelll epic. .Rita Hayworth might
have been one of the wealthiest
stars of all dccordlne to chums)
if she hadn't faUen ta love. "She's
this kind of a gal," reported an
intimate. "If she adores you
nothing else matters! .wnen
we asked her about that, she
sighed: "I'm such a dope" .
Lisa Lmie-hlin. hostess on "164.-
000 Challenee." is a busy girl. Her
other jobs include tutoring for Ar
thur Murray and commercials tor
other sponsors-. The latter net, her
over $15,000 per year. .Frank
yet published. .Evryone calls
fher Bride-y Murphy. It' Briddy
. .t or Bridget.
Reminder to Marilyn' mana managers:
gers: managers: Someone forgot to reimburse
the 3 Sutton Placa doorman. The
star once borrowed a fiver for
cab fare. .Boston banker Serge
Semenenko, who bought Warner
Bros, studios (biggest movie deal
In film history), wrote the contact
in longhand himself in his N.Y.
hotel suite. The S Warners didn't
change a period or comma.
Novelist Fannie Hurst always signs
her name prefixed by a drawing
of a lily. She is never seen with-
lout lily-shaped gem around her
throst ana "wrtrti-r Her- apartment
has htmHrer'. of lilies in vsses. .
Samuel f. B. .Mors, Jr, being
unknotted) kadorini Gretchen Wv.
ler, touring with "Silk Stockings"
. .jen seiznicK is daily tor Anita
Ekberg'a roommate Karen' Von
Unge . .Jeff Hunter and Duatv
Bartlett make the same shadow
. jvew Feud; The 'Shangri-La"
producers, ana author Lawrence
Sherry Britton, the Strlotaus'e
With Class, is whv The Monaco
on w. aata is anve. .Buddy Boy Boy-Ian
Ian Boy-Ian (who -gave up his religious faith
for hers) joined the record entries
Wlttt "mee e Wa k." Hia nlattar
hame is Mark Reddy. .5eorge
wnita-s next Vegas offering will be
"The Georee White Junior Sran.
dais," the format that wenjt so big
at the Versailles. It rates teevee
recognition. .Extras in our town
will b interested to learn that 13
new movies will be filmed here
this Summer, a.' -Judy Garland
slimmed down to lit from 135 for
her next flicker, -"Alice Adams"
. .Ronald Reagan, the star,, has
switched from being a Democrat
to Ike. .Bethel Leslie's featured
role in- ''Inherit -the Wind" goes
to the cast's bit-player Jacqueline
Scott when the blessed.evnt is
' F. Hugh Herbert's new comedy,
"The Best House in Naples" (due
in the Fall); will be hi first without
a 17-year-old heroine. -Jack Don Don-net's
net's Don-net's excellent orchestra (a click
at the Lucerne, Miami Beach, this
Winter) may record for Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. .Tha aew Embers jaix talent
, ,' :fi -, ;;, ...... 1
is the Johnny Costa Trio. A Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh teevee find. Costa is a 2
degree man, too. Both from Car Carnegie
negie Carnegie Tech. Prob'ly the first ajji ajji-cated
cated ajji-cated jazz Pianist in the fieid.
Columbia Pictures chiefs conferred
wtui the publisher of a top scandal
mag this week. They submitted the
script of an upcoming film. They
want hi okay to "expose" all
scandal mags. .They assured him
the publouseity will make t him
richer, : .Terry Mayer, fashion
expert for the David Chrystal firm,
is a top choice along the lecture
circuit, tier attractive spiel is ti titled:
tled: titled: "How to Look Like 1 Mi,
lion Wlthout'Spending It" . .The
"My Fair Lady" album sales are
near the 200,000 mark, The' one one-two
two one-two song leaders are "Poor 'Peo 'People
ple 'People of Paris," a charming Instru.
mental, and "Hot Diggity,'! a noisy
r. "The Revoit'of Mamie Stover,"
considerably laundered from the
book, is a mora entertaining movie
than i the reviews indicated. Ricb-
ara Egan is a refreshinf actor,
Jan Russell and Agnes Moorehead
ara other reasons it romps along
.Hollywood studios have a new
nam for option-dropping. "Con
tract re-negotiation" .Some of
Time mag's revelations in Mari Marilyn's
lyn's Marilyn's life story would not ba per.
mitted in newspaper columns. .
If you enjoy music, play Manto Manto-vani's
vani's Manto-vani's album "Waltzes of Irving
nerun : . .mu aesn tnmk the
Pulitzer medal (which went to
' (conuoaed oa Pag 1) :
WASHINGTON President El-
senhower may not know it, but
the Defense Department is fla flagrantly
grantly flagrantly violating his own orders
against racial discrimination.
On Sept. 3, 1954, Ike ordered
that a nondiscrimination clause be
written into all defense contracts.
He dictated an airtight clause.
requiring government contractors
to agree "not to discriminate
against any employee or applicant
tor employment because of race.
religion, color or national oriein .'
in president appointed a spe
cial commute on fovernment
contracts, headed by Vic Presi President
dent President Nixon, to make sure his or orders
ders orders were carried out. Except for
sending circulars to businessmen.
however, Nixon has don little to
enforce th nondiscrimination
Th Defense Department with
no one watching it has been braz
en aoout flouting tha White House
order. It is doing business with
literally thousands of contractors
who flatly refuse to aire to eaual
job rights for Negroes. Most are
Southern contractors, particularly
teiepnone companies and other util
ities. ..,..V. ...
The way the Pentagon sets
around the nondiscrimination
clause 4s to do business on a day-
to-day basis and not bother to sim
formal contracts which would have
to contain a nondiscrimination
clause. ,' '-
Nixon nas had this open evasion
called to his attention, but has
taken no effective steps to rectify
. HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS
A proposed three-year study to
curtail slaughter on the nation's
highways was rejected by the
House of Representatives when it
passed the gigantic Federal
Highway Bui. The study was rec.
ommended by a presidential ad
visory group and was introduced
in a Congress by Kep. John A.
Blatnik (D. Minn.). He is private
ly fuming over the defeat of the
study Blatnik cues figures
showing that more Americans
have been killed in auto accidents
in the last seven years than were
killed in World War II. The study
wouldn't have cost a cent in new
appropriations, since the Com Commerce
merce Commerce Department already has the
money but lacks th authority to
spend it on salaries for accident
experts '. Rep. George A. Doa Doa-dero
dero Doa-dero (R., Mich.), who led oppo opposition
sition opposition to the safety study, also led
an unsuccessful drive to knock
fair labor standards out of the
road bill. Dondero tried to elim eliminate
inate eliminate Davis-Bacon act provisions
which bar tha use of cut rate"
labor on road projects getting fed.
eral aid ; most publicly owned
utilities and cooperatives will get
federal expense money for mov moving
ing moving their poles when the new wid wider
er wider highways are built, but a suc successful
cessful successful amendment by Rep. Rob Robert
ert Robert E. Jones (D,. Ala.) eliminates
windfall profits for the big pri privately
vately privately owned utilities. AT&T had
lobbied for an earlier version cf
the bill that would have required
federal reimbursements to utilities
even when contrary to state law.
EGYPT DROPS VS. ATTACKS
Because the Nasser government
of Egypt feels that it Is now un under
der under strong British attack, it bas
decided "for the time being"
to halt further criticism of Unit,
ed States policies by th Egyptian
press and radio.
v DREW PBAHSOfJ
The decision was made by Nas.
ser after a recent major meeting
of hi "council of revolution" to.
discuss the subject of Egypt's in international
ternational international position.
- Before British policy became so
vigorously anti-Nasser, the council
felt that it could maintain its pub public
lic public hostility to th "Anglo-Amari.
can-French-Zionist front" Now,
however, Nasser fear that the
British campaign may influence
United States policy and turn v it
against Egypt. Internal and exter-.
nal pressures on the Nssser re regime
gime regime are increasing all the time;
and the real loss of American sup
port would be a mortal blow to
It isn't supposed to be known,
but U.S. ambassador Hank By Byroad
road Byroad has assured Nasser that the
United States does not intend to
support the British anti-Nasser
position. He's warned, however,
that continuing Egyptian press and
radio attacks on the United States,
together with Egyptian rapproche rapprochement
ment rapprochement with Russia, have gone so
fsr as to jeopardize th Western
offer to finance th Aswan Dam.
Egyptian ambassador Hussein,
ra Washington, also warned Nas Nasser
ser Nasser that Egyptian attacks on th :
United States are particularly dan dangerous
gerous dangerous in an election year when
American government officials ara
especially sensitv to such things.
. So, for the next few months,
the main them of Egyptian press
and radio attack will be against
the combined "Anglo-French-Zion-is
" front with th word "Ames "Ames-lcan"
lcan" "Ames-lcan" dropped for the time being.
Argentina's ousted dictator Pe Pe-ron,
ron, Pe-ron, now living in a hideaway in
Panama, is plotting to return to
power. He still- has secret, pow powerful
erful powerful contacts inside Argentina
Democratic leaders have privately
agreed to push a tax cut through
Congress this year. They're wait
ing for Secretary of the the Trees-,
ury Humphrey's report on how
close he nas com to balancing
the budget They expect Humph.,
rev to manipulate the', fiscal
strings to show a Treasury sur surplus.
plus. surplus. (After all, the budget can be
computed a half-dozen different
ways, and this i an election
year.) But the Democrats intend
to use the GOP boast f a bal.
ance the budget as an exuese
to demand tax relief for the lower
income brackets . Th Rus
sians hav been retouching photo
of American factories and dis
playing them in satellite countries
as examples of new Soviet fac
tories. All it takes is a" little art
work, adding Red insignias ,and
Russian lettering, and th Soviets
hav another phantom factory . r
Tha slogan makers at the U.S.
Information Agency hav
changed the agency's Washington
address from 178 to 1776 Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania Ave.,,N.W.-J:.
, POULTRY INSPECTION
The Amalgamated Meat Cutters'
Union is fighting hard for -a law
to require government inspection
of poultry though ; Secretary
Benson's Agriculture Department
say it isn't necessary.
Few people know it, but 26 dis diseases
eases diseases can be transmitted to man
by chickens and turkeys, includ including
ing including dread "parrot fever." Desplt
this, chicken inspection today is
on a strictly voluntary basis and
only one out of every five bird
(Continued on Pag V) j
THURSDAY, MAT 24, 1958
TEE PANAMA AMERICA?! Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Hot Sen Also S
1 JOINT COMMUNIQUE SIGNED IN MOSCOW Russian Premier Nikolai Bulganln (seated
right) and French Premier Guy Mollet (seated left) sign a joint communique In Moscow end-
ing four days of top-level talks between the two countries. The communique reported no
agreement on such major cold war problems as disarmament and European unity, but added
that the conference resulted to a better understanding between France and Russia.
House Sends Second Chance
Farm Bill To Mr. Eisenhower
WASHINGTON. May 24 (UP)--White
The House rushed the new "sec-
end chance", farm bill to ".the
Heart Attack Soon
After Testifying :
As PossIMs Lini
To Slouch Cancer
LONDON. Miv 21 IXTP k Sv.
viet medical professor told Rus Russians
sians Russians vesterdav that tvcMcivolv
hot soup may play an "important
role" in causing stomach, cancer.
v Prof. LariniMV. n .eniatA
member of the Soviet Academy of
oucuccs aiso saiu in I
radio Moscow talk "It goes with
Out Saving that bv m'vinff im tmnk.
ing the chances of contracting can
cer oi me mng can m consider'
ably reduced." (
"On tha. who It lilroW th.l
the intake of excessively hot food
piays an important role in caus
ins stomach ranrr ha M
"Many oeoDle. for instanr W
soup, the temperature of which is
60,70 degrees centigrade (140-158
uegrees ianrenneii), wnue the
cells of our body can be damaged
within a few minutex hv lmiun.
hires of 45 degrees (113 degrees
tanrenneit)." .-. :
By OSWALD JACOB T
Written for NEA Service
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Wert .Ned East
1 3V JA
4 J Pass
Bass w Pass
'- Opening lea A K
House' vesterdav with .key
Republicans predicting PresideiJt ST. LOUIS,' May 24 (UP) At At-Eisenhower
Eisenhower At-Eisenhower would sigu it. .torney Harry I. Schwimraer suf-
House approval of the measure ferea a heart attack yesterday at
which contains the administra Ihis trial with two officials of the
tion's 3100,000,000 soil b a n k, Xruman administration on charges
came on a roll-call vote ot 304 to of attempting to Isx a tax case,
59. The Senate passed it yesterday!
Schwimmer, who had just com
pleted testifying, was assisted
tro'm the courtroom and taken to
The House vote came just 37 a hospital despite his protests. The
days after Mr. Eisenhower vetoed Kansas .City attorney has has a
the original farm bui witn its hign; heart condition since 1949.
Use of water far' all nnrnntii In
the U.S. douhlMt twiro in tha I act
50 years and is expected to double
again m pe next za years. ;
Hi-Fi salea and installa installations
tions installations at lowest prices. All
Our adio Department! 1
rigid supports. The final outcome
was considered a key election-
year victory for the President.
congress left out of tne new bill
Federal Judge Rubey M. Hulen
recessed the court until tomorrow,
He said he would decide later a-
bout appointing a physician to ex
the high, rigid supports -opposed b amine schwimmer,
Mr. Eisenhower and deieted or He is on trial with Matthew J.
watered down other features' un-Connelly: White House, aide to
acceptable to the White House (former president Truman, and T.
Republican farm leaders said Lamar Caudle, former head of the
the bill would be acceptable to tne: Justice Department's tax division.
President, They noted that the They are charged with conspiring
soil bank, unaer which farmers, to fix an income tax evasion case
would receive subsidies for taking1 of Irving Sachs, owner of Shu Shu-land
land Shu-land out of production, was the Stiles, lnc.( a St. Louis firm,
key feature in his farm program.! Schwimmer served as Sachs at
j" ... n u torney during the income tax case.
Besides the soil bank, the finali Caudle, as head of the tax divi-
version of the Dill wouw raise. -j in sn nm-red his denart.
ment not to prosecute baens oe-
' When you have the choice be
iween a major suit ana minor
suit, you usually choose the ma major.
jor. major. Today's hand shows an ex exception
ception exception to the rule.
North knew that he couldn't af
ford io Vt "f r!ay the hsnd at
iaur snacic. .'iitrc van tar too
much danger that West would
make, this vulnerable game 'con 'contract,
tract, 'contract, as indeed he would. A sac
rifice bid in hearts or diamonds
' Which suit should North choose?
At tne level of five, there isn't
much difference between m major
and a minor. Safety should be
your chief consideration. North
knew that the partnership had nine
or ten. diamonds, but that they
might have only eight hearts.
Hence diamonds would seem safer.
At five diamonds, South 'had a
pleasant surprise. He ruffed the
'opening spade lead in dummy,
drew trumps, cashed the top
. 1 , ., L T 1.
nearxs, ana ruuea neari. inow ue
could get back to dummy witn a
spade ruff to cash the last -heart.
By now his contract was assured,
and a club lead towards the king
gave him an overtrick.
. At hearts North wouldnt have
made his contract let alone an
overtrick. North is forced to ruff:
the first 'spade. He draws two
rounds of trumps, discovering the
bad break. He starts the diamonds,
and East ruffs the second round.
East leads another spade, forcing
North to use up his last trump.
tt, It L 1 J J .1 I k L a : r: i l .. I. L.
r,veu u ue tuuiu uiaw jluc last lesiaieu uiai uiucu vi uie csci
trump. North's situation would still 12 billion dollars already is obli.
be hopeless. East would save the gated. They said that without the
' ace o fclubs and a couple of spades increase, the CCC would run out
for the last three tricks. of funds next falL
price supports on feed grains, pro
vide for the sale of 3 million bales
of government-owned surplus cot
ton, provide a discretionary two-
price system for rice and sharply
increase corn acreage allotments
In contrast to the angry debate
Over the original bill, the new
measure stirred little controversy;
on the final showdown. T h e r e
were scarcely 60 House members
on hand when Ren. W. R. Poage
(D-Tex.)f who steered the bill .to
passage, rose to speak. v '. r;.
He told the House the Demo
crats' fight for a return to high
rigid, 90 per cent supports had not
been fruitless..' -Poage
noted that in vetoing the
original bill, Mr. Eisenhower or
dered price supports raised to
least 84 per cent on basic crops.
He said this was an admission
that the supports were originally
Deseed too low. ?.!
"Thi President went part way,"
he said, "and the farmers have
this Congress to' thank for that."
Poaee said the bill was only
"the third or fourth best" bill con
sidered bv Congress this session.
But he said "it's probably the best
farm bill we can get signed by the
President. 's ;
He said the measure would
force the administration to make
soil bank payments to farmers
this year. He said he wants "no
excuses or recrimination's" about
that from Agriculture, Secretary
Ezra Taft Benson who has said it
is too late to do much with the
soil bank this year.
The House Banking Committee
approved a bill to increase from
12 billion dollars to 14 billion dol
lars the limit on the amount of
funds the Commodity Credit Corp.
can borrow from the Treasury to
suDDort farm orices.
Agriculture Department ouiciais
cause of ms nnvsicai conuiuon.
Sachs is an epileptic. But a grand
jury indicated Sachs for income tax
evasion m lasi. ue pieaaea yumy
and paid a 340,000 fme.
Schwimmer today testified that
papers of his produced by the gov
ernment were not given u icuci
authorities voluntarily. He testified
on behalf of a defense motion to
throw out the government eviaence
satwwi from Schwimmer s per-
. .L I. A
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It was shortly after he testified
tha Schwimmer suuereo tne neai
attack. -: v ;
! PARIS-BOUND Helen
i Hayes, who has learned by ex experience
perience experience that work is the best
antidote for grief, will leave
for Paris, France, in July. Miss
.Hayes, whose husband, Charles
.MacArthur, died April 21, will
i make her first film in four years.
l So. 1 Via Espafia
. TeL 3-0383
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THI PANAMA AMERICAS AS nTDITESTEXT DAILT KIWSPAPES
THURSDATrMAT U, 1951
XSZ STORT Of MARTHA WAX
By WILSON SCRUGGS
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Govt. Offers Concessions To Offset
Joblessness In Automobile Industry
; 1 WASHINGTON. May 24 (UPV-
' The government moved yesterday
to offset the economic impact ot
'' growing unemployment in the au auto
to auto industry.
It offered Detroit and other au au-,
, au-, to centers special help in setting
i Government contracts, and tax
- cort'cssioks to spur defense-linked;
; expansion projects. ; .'
1 The action was prompted by
! growing layoffs In the auto iadus iadus-try
try iadus-try which are expected to. total
164,000 by this weekend.
The Labor Department declared
the cities of Detroit and Flint,
Mich.. Kenosha, Wis. and South
' Bend, Ind. areas of "substantial"
, unemployment because of the ar ar-"
" ar-" tnmotivfi cutbacks.
It also cave a similar listing to
" Xnoxville. Tenn. because of lay
offa in the apparel industry and
completion of atomic construction
'' projects which have thrown work-
- ers out of jobs.
The department said a survey of
- emDlovers in the nation's 149 ma
jor industrial centers indicates
: some further cutbacks is the auto
- industry, a dip in farm machinery
, production and in major household
appliance output between now and
But it said most industrial areas
expect "slight" increases in over over-f,
f, over-f, all employment through mid-July.
The government lists an area
4 ts one of "substantial" employ-
; fcent when six per cent or more
: of its working force is tinemploy
'; cd. This automatically makes the
V area euaioie lur special guvern guvern-ment
ment guvern-ment help.
unaer me program, a govern
bids from companies in such a a-reas.
reas. a-reas. -The companies must, how however,
ever, however, meet certain other bidding
Similarly, firms In such areas
may request special tax conces concessions
sions concessions on expansion projects in de.
tense or essential civilian indus industry
try industry J, f
- The auto and farm machinery;
industries currently are the only
major, dark spots in an otherwise
rosy economic 'picture.
New cutbacks at two General
Motors Corp. Division Chevrolet
and isnet tiocues are expected
to idle at least 4,500 additional
workers this week, bringing total
industry layoffs of 164.000.
A mass meeting of unemployed
auto workers has been called for
next Sunday is Detroit by Pat
Quinn, vice-president of Local :
of the AFL-QO United Auto Work
ers. Quinn said the union plans to
ask for a huge federal works pro-
cram to hem- Detroit's jobless.
Despite yesterday's new listed
areas of "substantial" unemploy
ment, there are actually, fewer
such areas nationwide than there
were at this time last year. The 1
total with yesterday's additions',
are 23. In May 1955, there were 35 1
"substantial" jobless areas.
(tkrs&tet& True Life Adventures
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CBtEBKATB THEIR INPEPEMPEMCS FAlif l!wt r' ii
J5 EVlCHWa THEIR MOTHER r. JgWU i'I VlM
FROM THE HBST. J. jf
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'THEREAFTEl?, MOTHER MAY NLV
WMM FROM A DISTANCE AS THESmJ6
RELRNJO SHIFT FOR THEMSELVES,
BEACON FALLS, Conn. (UP)
It was poetic justice when a
town court judge imposed an $80
fine on the Waterbury Keady-Mixed
concrete to. tor- overloading a
; ment agency sets aside part of truck. The firm was convicted by
t an order, usually 20 per cent, fori scales it helped construct.
Published through tht courUsy of
DISTRIBUIDORA ELECTRICA, S. A.
Are. Ca. (Peru) No. 39-116 TeL 3-1650, Panama. B. P.
EMERSON Television and Radio
Thursday, May 24, 1956
J:5S Sign on
3:00 Armd Force Hour
4:00 Carry Moon
4:30 Robert Q. Lnrii
4:4S Jan Froman
, 5:00 Strike It Rich
S30 Contest Carnival
IDO My Favorite Husband
7:30 Place The Face
SOO Climax ......
:30 People Are Funny
10:00 Playhoue of Star
10:30 Johnny Canon Show
11:05 Onie and Harriet
13:05 Sign oft
Friday, May 25, 1958
'. 1:58 Sign on
1:00 Armed Forcet Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
4:30 Boberl Q. Lewil
(0 Strike It Rich
5:00 Ding Dong School
S 00 Panorama
7:00 J. Stafford
7:15 Coke Time
7:30 Yon Bet Your Life
S 00 Colpt Comedy Hour :
. t-00 Juitice
1:30 Two For The Money
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THURSDAY, MAT 24, 1931
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER v
jo a at and KJuierwi&e
- By Staffers Bdx 5037, -A:
m 2-0741 Urn 9:00 U -. mlf v,
? lew (Pen Women (President
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Mm. Muriel de Younf has been elected new president of
the Canal Zone Branch of the National Leajue of American
Pen Women, by her fellow artlsta and writers of this group.
Mrs. Do Young returned recently from four months study at
the Rinflin School of Art In Sarasota, Florida, where she
Minted with Loran Wilford ond Ben Stahl, and with Jerry
Farnsworth at his school. Chiefly Interested In landscape
' pain tin ir and portraiture, Mrs. De Younf has been an active
member of Betty Bentx's oil painting ftpup at the YMCA
for the past four years. She will begin her two-year term1
of offieo as branch president at a brunch for Pen Women
members and suests at a.m. Saturday at the Tivoli Guest
House. Mrs. Hugh Knerr of Cristobal, newly arrived water
colorist on the Isthmus, will be guest speaker, and will show
some of her. recent paintings to the group.
LUNCHEON AT TJ.S. EMBASSY
HONORS GENERAL AND MRS. LIONEL McGARR
' The United States Ambassador and Mrs. Julian Fiske
Harrington -were hosts at a luncheon at thtwEmbassy Resiv
dence on la. Cresta in honor of General and Mrs. Lionel
McGarrT' s v" M
, 1AWC Cats Bsnefir Ball
.Plans Almost Complete w
i Itlcmberi nf the Asilode Nnpstra
;. .Eenora Committee of the IAWC
j are busy putting the final touches
to plans for ait vnginal Gala Ben
efit Ball for the Asilo de Nuestra
Senora which is to take place at
the Union Club on Saturday, May
Busy with .needles,, scissors, pots
of paint and various last minute
details such.' IS arranging for the
nnhliratinn nt the sinffl issim of
a newspaper,; which will be distri
buted among the guests by a
small 'newsie' during the festivi
ties are Mrs. Vicky McGrath, Mrs.
Isabel Hauler, Mrs. Dorothy Doo.
little. Mrs.-Hilda Mercer. Mrs. li
ly Boyd,- Mrs. Mitzi St., Malo, Mrs.
Helen Bowser, Mrs. Charlotte Hun Hunter:
ter: Hunter: Mrs.' Shirley Cronin, Miss Ce Ce-ei
ei Ce-ei Heurtematte, Mrs. Querube So
ils de Anas, Mrs. Franny Sander,
Mrs. Winifred main, Airs. Aiarga
ret Cramer, Mrs. Gail Rummel,
Mrs. Helen Schull, Mrs. Ana Mae
Hansom, Mrs. Isabel wachio, Mrs.
Helen Rambo. Mrs. Elsie Oglesdy,
Mrs. .Helen Howell, Mrs. Beatrice
Fish, Mrs.' Hilda Arias, Mrs. Ann
Moore and, Mrs. Edith Kicbardson.
A member of the committee who
helped substantially to assure the
success of this enterprise before
her departure for a States Side
vaeatft,wasjlrs. Marjorie Wood-
Konntth' Darlington To -Colobrato
Kenneth Darlineton. son of Mr
and Mrs. Henry Darlington of
Campo. Alegre, wm entenain a
"group of his young friends at his
tenth birthday party which will be
a barbecue,: followed by movies
at the homo of his parents ou Fri Friday
day Friday evening.
About 15 young guests will at
Leaving For . -I
The United Statts
Captain and Mrs. Marshall will
have shortly for their new post in
San Francisco i;
Captain and Mrs. Mann will re.
'i : n t i i i I : j
siue in run Lmiueiriait, riuuuti,
upon his retirement-from the U.a,
Caotain and Mrs. Clark will
leave for California, where he has
been assigned to the post, of Com Commandant
mandant Commandant of the Long Beach Naval
Station, i'V'a; jJ'
Lunchoon Aboard'. ;
SS "Roina dl Mar"
The Pacific Steam Navigaton
Co. has issued invitations for
luncheon to be .given aboard the
ship "Reina del Mar ", at 12:30 on
Friday at Balboa. t:
Members of the Diplomatic
corps accredited to Panama, gov
ernment officials and many others
have -been invited.;1 -:,
Fort Gulick Officers' Wives
Hear Talk By
Mr. Joseph Harrington
The Fort Gulick Officers' Wives
held their May luncheon recently.
The President. Mrs. Kowiana,
B. Shivers, thanked the hostesses,
Mrs. Eddie L Donahoe. Mrs. Juan
N. Collazo, and Mrs. Harold R.
Gaza for the delicious luncheon
and floral decorations. Mrs. Wat
ter M. Cartwright, came as the
guest of Mrs. John E. McCaffrey
and was 'made welcome.
Farewell sifts were presented to
the following members who win
be leaving the isthmus soon: Mrs.
Frank E. Favreau. Mrs. Leo V,
Hayes, Mrs. A. M. de Boer, Mrs
LeRoy C. Weygand and Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond White. Mrs. Luis 0. Valen-
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Apply "No-Roach to cupboard
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" BELLA VISTA COMMISSARY.
East 46th Street or at your local Commissaries
cia was the winner of the door
prize, a beautiful luncheon cloth.
Highlight of the affair.-was a
talk delivered by Mr. Joseph Har
rineton of the Colon t ree one on
the founding and history ot Wion
Mrs. H. J. lilies Leaves
Mm H J lilies wilt SDend I
vacation of a few weeks visiting
in Mexico where sne pians to at
fftnri in sTrsnunrinn or ner e d a-
child, Miss rda Michael a Kuhrig
. n I I Si S-
from the American scnooi rounaa-
tion in Mexico. ; t
Union Club Luncheon : s
Mrs. W. R. Seymour was honor
ed at a luncheon at the union
Club on Tuesday noon by a group
of her friends.
Atlantic Monday Music Club
Hamn Mr. Gar enoaiK
.-The Atlantic Monday Music Club
honored one of their departing
members, Mrs. ueorge jengewe,
... .. .i .ja wit l
witn a dinner at tne noiei wasn wasn-inotnn
inotnn wasn-inotnn at fi Sft n m.. Mondav. Mr.
Engelke is retiring from the Pa-
nima i anal immnv in June ana
Mr. and Mrs Engelke are depart depart-in
in depart-in o nn Jimp 3n for thpir new home
in Bentonviue, Arkansas.., .
After dinner, a business meet
ing was held and the following
members were elected to their
new offices for the year 1956-1957:
rs. A. A. Rankin, rresident;
Airs. R. L. Sullivan. Program
Chairman;, Mrs. John F. Manning,
IVA.eiif.,.. Uri Tlnnialrl UTathpi.
ll.HJUlhl V ...... VMW.W
son, Social Chairman. Mrs. An
drew A. wmuocK, ruDiicuy cnaur-
man. i y ,v '.v-.
Thnc oltnnrlintf th dinner and
business meeting were: Mrs. John
Purvis. Mrs. ueorge angewe
Mrs, C. J. Genis, Mrs. A. A. Ran Ran-tin
tin Ran-tin Mr (Y E Jorntad. Mrs
.inhn Rrnwn Mrs M. J. Donaldson
Mrs. Donald Mathieson, Mrs. R. L.
Sullivan, Mrs. Andrew a. wnti
lock, Mrs. Fred Ebdon, ana Mrs
W. L. Brook's.
Pntnnm Of Britlth MuiL-
TA Honor H.M. Queen Elizabeth II
A nrnpram nf British music will
be broadcasted on the occasion of
the birthday of Her Majesty Queen
Elizabeth II a 9 p.m. on nurs
-j ... .. ,.
The program will De divided in
to two parts, instrumental ; ana
Diirintf the first half Mrs. Hen
derson, wife of the British Ambas Ambassador,
sador, Ambassador, will te at the piano and
wnrtm mill ha .iron htf lr
viUJtu aita -'
iVnnrlprlirh and Miss Angeiis Law.
They will play a trjo ; oy, nenry
Purcell and modern aiT.wrpments
nf three SomersCt.iue ok iongs
by Cecil Sharpe.' v,
Th i i Bnoi Alumni vnoir. 01
rected by Miss Emily Butcher
(accompanied by Mr. Hugh Ad Ad-ams),
ams), Ad-ams), will be responsible for t
..MnH nart nf the nroerim when
they will sing traditional, British
songs. The program win conciuae
- 1 1 I T.MAniM.M fllr
witn a recuruiug i ifniaiiu w
(Continued on Page 8.
jr ruwut.a TH
. Relief for your ft. St. II
a cause it ts medicated. M. 0
; una Powder eootriai and M
I -, helps healing in eae m
-of "Athlete's fool." .. M
JV nriekl heat and
The Juices of t different, larden.
freah vegetables are blended into
Ibis famous drink. Youngsters lov)
Its lively, flavor, and thrive on ita
f oodnen. At meal meal-.
. meal-. time or between
aneilt V-l gives
them the refreia-
snent they want.
and the nouriih-' ajrj3
abet aaaaaSVkai tm aMala wka de IhlaaS
BLUE EYED TRINCESS AT PLAT Her name Is Ball Hal
and she is a pure bred, valuable Siamese kitten but she is
not for sale! Like a true princess, she will have to be "won."
"Princess" Ball Hal has been donated by a generous friend, of
the orphanage of the Asilo de Nuestra Senora. The ownership
of this rare and winsome visitor from the mysterious East will
be established on Saturday evening at the Gala Ball at the
, ' Union Club. .-'.-..-..
Is Theme For
Beaux Arts Ball
Heads Back Home
To Take Medicine
The 1956 Beaux Arts BaIl, spon-l SOUTHAMPTON, England, May
I i. il I ft li a. Aa iiir m
soreu oy me uanai .one tun 1 eenae stowaway
League, will he held on June 16 at j James F. MacLeod headed home
the Ft. Amador Army-Navy Chib.for Alexandria, Va., yesterday to
The Committee in .charge of this take his medicine "like a man."
affair has announced that it willr The doctor in this case would
re a "Tees, at the Art ot uress-.be his father, a lieutenant roinnfi
SI. Pe!:rj llulial
Socisly To Observe
Members of the St Peter's
mutual benefit society will hold1
two functions over the weekend
in commemoration of their 29th
year of operation and service to
the various communities, and
other charitable activities and
organizations of Panama and
the Canal Zone. .
. The first of .these .functions
will be held Sunday evening at
7 o'clock when the officers and
members will attend a religious,
service in observance of the an-;
The service will be held at the'
St. Peter's church in La Boca,
after which the society was"
named. The priest in charge ol
the church, the Rt. Rev.' John
L. Spear, will preach a special
The other activity is an out out-lnr
lnr out-lnr to the interior town of pa pa-nonome.
nonome. pa-nonome. Tickets are already on
sale for this event which will be
held on Wednesday, Memorial
Day. . . j
Busses' will leave the church
premises at 6:30 a.m., and all
persons who have tickets are
urged to be on time.
To facilitate the receipts from
the advance sale of tickets and
to furnish any other pertinent
information in connection wlth(
the outing, members of the spe-i
bial effort committee who are
handling all arrangements, will
be at the usual meeting place
on Monday and Tuesday be between
tween between 6 and S p m.
o PLAYINC 3
in new and attractive
of the famous name
; in many colors to
- choose from
in the U.
S. Army Transporation
ThA nurilip 1c tnvitprl in pom in
costumes which may represent' cLeoo, it, slowed away a.
any country; time, period, age.l D?a the liner Queen Elizabeth,
character, occupation or diver-1 His father paid his fare when he
sion. A distinsuished osnel ofiwa discovered but the British re-
w rci uiuk ,ku aauuic
judges will award prizes for the
"best dressed" in several different
categories. ;? i
l.iinhn l,itrrasi will furntch
music for the evening's danoing.l?W he exoected hisfather to puii-;
Proceeds from the ball are tol,sn nim, "But I'll take it like a
cause he had no passport.
The boy is sailing home aboard
the u. S. transport Geiger. He
be used for the Art League's schol
arship, to be awarded to a deserv
rag art student.
Warning devices on early auto-
Mrs. 0. C. Myers, president ot mooue included bells, bulb horns
the League, is being assisted by
Mrs. Wm. Taylor. Caot. John Leit Leit-naker,
naker, Leit-naker, Mrs. Frank Miller, Mr, R.
Pains in Back!
Wronr food anS drlnka, worry, nr.
work, and frrquant colda often put
(train on tha Kldneya, and Kidney and
Aladdrr troubles may rauaa K.fcea
Acidity, Strona. Cloudy (Jrina, Oattiitu
Vp KiKhta, Burning Passaiea, Let
Pains, Kervousneaa, Piijrinfn, Swollen
Ankle, Rheumatism, Puffy Eyelids and
feeling old before your time. Help your
kidneya purify your blood wltH Cyetex.
Cyttex foea right to wnrk helplnf your
kidneys 3 ways: 1, Cinout polsonoua
acids. S. Combats a'' "i in the arlnary
ystera. S. Hrvoturs i calms. Irritated
tissues. And thus you quickly vet da tha
road to enjoying life antita. Oat Oyt4
troaa tw drpnaist tauar.
sirens snd whistles operated by the
car's exhaust. ;
Is this week's SPECIAL!
A LOVELY SAMPLK LOT
.consistint; of several hun
tired different ttcsiims, but
ONLY ONE OF EACH! The
piece you select, uo one
else will have. BEAUTY
and EXCLUSIVENESS at
ate extremely low price. ;
' UNTIL WEDNESDAY
, S ONLY . P
if Opposite the Ahcon.O.
Opening TOMORROW NIGHT!
TRIO LOS CANT ABROS
for a limited enfragement v
8:30 & 11:00 p.m. Bella Vista Room
a dazzling- trio of musical Spaniards -fun
to watch a pleasure to hear )
don't miss this entertaining act
exclusive with El Panama,
make reservations now with
Maitre D'hotel, 3-1660
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GEORGE GODQY TRIO
will liven (he late hours at the
popular CLUB 4:30
every Fridav and Saturday in the
air-conditioned Balboa Bar
midmte to 4:30 a.m. (nightcap on-
- ; the-house at $:30
George. also plavs pinno 10 p.m. to J a.m.'
iv f Sanw T 'fs.. 'led Tburs,.
, boon to late' risers:
' SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m
it's cheaper than you
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Agendas Internal, ds Publicactones
' Na. I Letter? riua
:.' Central Am tf
Ut U Canaafuttla
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FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1D0S
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' FARMACIA LUX'
' CANAL CON POLYCLINIC
DR. C I. FABRE6A. D.D.S.
OR. R. AVILA JR-. M.D.
(eDale Asm School rUysxeund)
Id. 1-X11 faiiania
EDUCATION : INSURANCE
, rheae Panama z-0551
1TRANSF0RTES BAXTER. S.A,
' Pecker ShiPHt M;r
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding jumping deM Mb
Id p.m. rhone S-0279
er by oppoiatm"1'
nil- haaa TOUT HW
T t.moos McLtvy M.eKlnM
Swedish Menaie Keem Bath
" lor nolo and female
M into Arwemtu Ph. a-"1'
TAKE A STEP TOWARD
YMCA BEAUTY SALON
VELMA DARNELL, Mgr.
, ir. S. Personnel only -...
, 1-3677 Balboa
See! Radio Claims
Wif ftr&V ."1-1 The
Lccsnimupfif. Pelp' ridlo e-
borted today that a .Nationalist
Sun hnat attacked two Chinese
f Red fishing vessels,- killing one
llshermaa and capturing six
' : The broadcast said the attack
was made Monday north of
' Pingran Island by a gunboat
operating irom me nwun.iwfc-l
.. island of Matsu. ; ;
The radio also said Nationalist
, artillery, on Quemoy Island shell shelled
ed shelled Red-held Tating island yes yes-'
' yes-' terday, killing one person -and
s grounding another. 7
'"' CYF Holds Rallyf :
In Colon Saturday
Th Christ for Youth Fellow.
ships of Panama and Colon will
? hold a joint "soul-winning" rally
at the Salem Mission t-nurcn, u-
I01IT on Saturday,
nnAst sneaker will be Evange
list Ruoert K. Holmes of Jamai
ca, LJ. The public is invited.
AH, guaranteed in new condi condition,
tion, condition, alreraft W volt radios.
OneSunalre Crystal control control-ed;
ed; control-ed; five-channel transceiver
with electric reel; one-LTR-(A
Lear W Channel THF
transe i v e f with low f re re-tjuency
tjuency re-tjuency and standard broad broad-east
east broad-east receivers; one-Lear 13
channel CUF transmitter.
Phone Panama S-171
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
Qnetaflens by s-
AKIAt, JSATUSSI ASSOCIATES
t, Bli Ask
Abattoir Waclonal 1 M
inn ridudarbt 41S.
'Ccmento Panama ., TO
Oiirlcana da Lecha .... 11
1 Pref. with Com.
DesUladora Nacional ...
Pret with Com.
Tinanzas, S. A. 1
Pret with Com. e
' Turn j Lux Fret. ... 4711
Fuerxa y Lua Com. ... 30
Botelaa Interamericanoa. (14
General do Seguroa .... IS
Fanamefia do Aceltae ... :
Panamefia da Pibraa v
Panamefta da Seguroa .. iS ";
Panamefta de Tabace ,. 10
Teatro Bella vixta
Teatro Central ....
FOR SALI 7-pioca living room
at, 60-eyclo rtfrigarator,, far
stove almost hi, 1 dining room 'i
chain, 2 small oorctlaia tables,
I woedea desk, S-aiect wkkar
f uraitare, I metal chest el draw drawer,
er, drawer, miscellaaeous beusehokl
toads. Call Balboa 2-1597 or
Panama 3-61 S3.
FOR SALE: General Electric
Monitor rofriferator, 25-cycle.
Reasonable. Balboa 6393.
FOR SALI 13 reconditioned
Venetian blinds, table Hp
(null), radio 60-ycle, 60-cycle
TV set I year eld with antenna
dark mahogany, table lamp and
shade all in good condition. 6216
Los Rios en San Miguel Place.'
FOR SALE j 25-cycle refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator $45.00 and free shelf,
$10.00, dining room table and
chairs, $13.00, dresser, $5.00,
3 small tables, $2.50, specially
built wardrobe closet fits bache bachelor
lor bachelor Aprs., $35.00, bookcase
shelves, $10.00.' Call Balboa
FOR SALE: Living room set,
$85.00, dining room set, $80.00,
chiffonier, $20.00, baby crib,
$15.00, boy's byckle, $15.00.
Excellent condition Colon 1100,
house 8062, 11th Sr. and Sta.
FOR SALE: 7-piece upholster upholstered
ed upholstered living room suite one year
. old, cost $465.00, sacrifice at
$250.00. Two communications
receivers NC-125, $125.00, Hal Hal-licrafters
licrafters Hal-licrafters S4I, $80.00. Mis Miscellaneous
cellaneous Miscellaneous Radio equipment.
Phone Baiboa 1597.
FOR SALE: 25-cycle 9 feet
Wcstinghouse porcelain refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, 3 new 6:70:15 inner
tubes, QM buffet. House 5720 5720-B
B 5720-B Diablo. Phone 2-3673 after 5
FOR SALE: Upholstered chair,
lamp, other household items.
Moderately priced for quick sale.
Phone Ft. Clayton 6130.
Dressmaking, cutting end sew''
, Ing in 4 months. Wednesdays
-v from 3-5 .mv "Institute Voca
' cional da Hogar", Pern Avenue
No. 35-19 Phone 3-0775.
The Panama liner Cristobal is
scheduled to sail from New York
Thursday with 33 passengers for
Cristobal and 10 passengers
booked for port-au-Prlnce, Hai
Amone the passengers en
route to Cristobal are Mai. Gen.
Juliajri L. Schley, former Canal
Zone Governor and member or
the Panama canal Co. board of
directors; and E. H. Harms,
manager or the new York omce
oi the Panama canal Co., ac
companled by Mrs. Harms.
The complete advance passen
ger ust ior Cristobal follows:
Mr. and' Mrs. Charles A. Akin:
John N. Albright; Mr. and Mrs.
Frederic J. Berest; J. S. Besser;
Mr. and Mrs. William V. BrueKe:
Miss Eileen M. Burnett: Peter
Destefano; Miss Kath erine
Doyle; Mr. and Mrs. E. H
Harms; Miss D. Honan; Miss
Claire Kollhoff : Mr. and Mrs.
John Kozar; and Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. MacDonald; Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard J. McDonnell; Mr.
ana Mrs. A. j. MCGimcey ana
aaugmer; Mr. ana Mrs. Lew w.
Mclivaine; Mrs. Emily J. Price;
i.eo m. Ketunger: Mrs. H. F
Roche: Mrs. John A. Roirers:
Miss Heather Rogers; and MaJ.
uen. juuan l. scniey.
'Ave. Eloy Altaro 15-159
FOR SALE: Y-8 Ford Victoria
Tudor, '51, fordomatic, with ra radio,
dio, radio, new W-W tires, only $30,
000 miles, $350.00. Tel. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 2197.
FOR SALE: Wlily'a Station
wagon, 6 cyL, '52 overdrive, on only
ly only 30,000 miles. Tel. Albreok
2197. $875.00. : f
FOR SALE. 1951 Singer Sport
Roadster. Excellent condition.
S2-14 6th St., 3-3262 Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. : !.. i
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Deluxe 4-door sedan, 4 new
tires, very good condition. Priced
for quick sale. Call 3-1537 Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. FOR SALE: You'll want this this-Ford
Ford this-Ford 1950 Tudor, $485.00.
Phone Navy 3658.
FRO SALE: 1950 Cadillac 4 4-doer
doer 4-doer Sedan, Excellent condition.
Leaving for the States. Phone
. 3-5554, Panama.
FOR SALE -1 947 4-door Ply.
mouth, $275.00. Tel. 2-1369
FOR SALE: Suburban Station
Wagon last modal, 6000 miles,
$2500. Phone 2-1233 and 3 3-6307.
6307. 3-6307. FOR SALE 1950 Mercury 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, black, with extras.
Call Navy 3992 or see at house
FOR SALE: 1949 Studebaker.
Good condition. Radio. $400.00.
Dr. Lang (Balboa 6367 after
5:00). 1 i.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge, 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan; excellent condiiton.
Returning to States. Must sacri sacrifice,
fice, sacrifice, $485.00. Telephone Fort
FOR SALE.- Must sell before 9
June, will sacrifice, 1950 Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker Commander, 4-door sedan,
excellent motor, tires, paint, ra radio,
dio, radio, and undercoat job. A bar.
. gain that can't be equaled. Can
be financed. Call 85-3225.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
. Hardtop, two-tone, powerglide,
radio, heater, tinted glass. House
0 5720-B Diablo. Phone 2-3673
" after 5 p.m. Al ; f:
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Hardtop.' 10,600 miles, excellent
condition, power brakes, WSW,
leather upholstery, directional,
backup lights. Tel. Albreok
rJaval Relief L.ive Under Way;
June Raffle Offers 18 Prizes
Capt. William B. Tucker, act acting
ing acting commandant of the 15th
Naval District, purchased the
first ticket to kick off this
year's Navy Relief drive. This
year, the period between now
and June 30, has been designat designated
ed designated by the Navy Relief Society
for its annual call for contribu
tions. The society, the Navy s
own relief organization, Is sup sup-oorted
oorted sup-oorted entirely by contributions
from service personnel and ci
vilian friends oi me Navy ana
This vear's drive will again
take the form of a. raffle with a
195S Chevrolet snorts sedan
from Smoot and Paredes as the
grand prize. The car will be on
display startine Saturday at the
Post Office at Ancon and will1
remain on display at various
military estaoiisnmen ts
throughout the canal Zone.
Tickets may be purchased at
$1.00 each from any member of
the Navy Wives Clubs, at ail Na
val establishments, and from
many local Navy personnel. It Is
also expected that tickets will
be available, at all exchanges
and clubhouses in the Canal
, Cdr. Henry F. Silsby, Jr., co coordinator
ordinator coordinator for the drive, an announced
nounced announced the other prizes to today.
day. today. Second prise will be a 21 21-inch
inch 21-inch television console (GE);
third a 21inch (GE) television
table model. A Kenmore Rotis-
serie courtesy of Sears Roe-
buck and Co. will be the
fourth prise, and a round trip
for two to David from Com Com-pania
pania Com-pania Fanamefia de' Aviacion,
will go to the fifth place win winner.
ner. winner. Hotel El Panama offers a -week-end
for two at the' hotel
for the lucky s'xth prise, and
Boyd Brothers Panama Tours
offers one round trip to Me-
The Drat Nixoderm application wilt
aoon clear away your akin pimplea.
Use Nixoderm tonight and aea how
your akin becomee clean, clear and
soft. Nixoderm la a new treatment
that kills serme and paraaitea caua
Ing eciema, -ttchinc and pimplea. Tou
will not set rid of the akin troubles
until you remove the germs that are
hidden in the pores. So get Nixoderm
from your drunriet today to Aght
pimplea and dear and soothe your
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
I0X 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
BALBOA ROLLERDROME has
been remodeled and the akate
floor completely ref intshed. The
rink 'will open Friday, May 25.
Regular sessions; regular time.
FOR SALE i Radio equipment
alt in excellent condition, Na Na-tionl
tionl Na-tionl radio NC-125 Hallicrafter,
Revere tape recorder, 2 record
pUyars. Call Balboa 2-1597 er
Mama and papa CHIHUAHUAS,
long haired, registered. Phone
FOR SALE: Adim Schaaf up upright
right upright piano, excellent condition.
Reasonable. Call Balnea 6393.
FOR SALE : MAN I FAGA S. A.,
offers for sale to the highest bid bidder,
der, bidder, all the buildings and build-,
ing materials located in Juan -Franco
race track, known as Hi
podromo Nacional. The speci specifications
fications specifications for the bid may be ob obtained,
tained, obtained, free of charge, after May
22nd at the Pan American Life
Insurance Co. in Central Ave.
FOR SALE: Aquariums, tropical
fish, 25-cydcv alreator and ac ac-cesoriet,
cesoriet, ac-cesoriet, bookcase, email alumi aluminum
num aluminum ladder,, lamps and ether
household items. Call Navy 3992
or sea at house 2462-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 25-cycle unitary
refrigerator,-$25.00. 14' Ply Plywood
wood Plywood .decked boat; with 2V4
horsepower Johnson motor, skin skin-diving
diving skin-diving equipment, 2 rods and
reels. Scotch cooler, large seining
net. Gamboa 6-495. ,
FOR SALE: Beauty shop equip equipment,
ment, equipment, complete. Phone 3-6213.
FOR SALE: Piano Cabinet
Grand, Stone Nerge, good con con-'
' con-' dition, bargain price. ;; Fheno
' I I $8 Colon. :;i'j..;''4
FOR SALE: Beautiful lot of
- land in town El Valla. 6,880 tq.
' ruts. In front main street going
' to Hotel Campestre. In rear An
ton River. J. G. Batalla, Tel. 2-'
' 1 809. Price 50 Cts. aq. mt.
dellln, Colombia, for the sev seventh
enth seventh priie. - """"' t
A sliver plat coffee service
courtesy of Casa Fastlich will be
the eighth place offering. Fried Friedman's
man's Friedman's presents the ninth place
prize of a choice man's suit.
Prizes ten throueh thirteen will
be $25 U.S. Savings Bonds. Four-
teenth prize is listed as a case
of Agewood, courtesy of the Na
tional Distillers. Six Sheffield
steak knives from Shaw's will
be the 15th prize, and dinner
for two from the El Rancho will
go to the 16th winner.
Dinner for two at the Atlas
Gardens will eo to the luckv
17th winner and a box of polf
aua, cuuriesy oi ADernathy
sports, will p-o for last oris..-
The drawing will tak ninen
at th eu.S. Naval Station, Rod-I
a i, y p.m., june su.
" 11 1 r
Allhea Gibson Gains
Finals In French
PARIS. May 24 fTTPA1.
thea Gibson of New York, bid bidding
ding bidding for her seventh straight
cuiupean women's tennis title,
today gained the final of the
French championships by rally rallying
ing rallying to defeat Britain's Angela
Buxton. 2-6. 8-0. 6-4.
Angela Mortimer of Britain,
the defending champion, ousted
Suzy Kormoczi of Hungary in
the other women's semi-final,
6-4, 6-3. ;
The final will nit Miss Gibson
against the only player she has
not been able to defeat during
her foreign tour y this spring.
She has swept six straight Eu
ropean crowns since losing to
Miss Mortimers In Egyptian
tournaments at Cairo and Alex
andria in March.
MOUNT CAR MEL, HI. (UP1
Police searching for v several
items stolen here are wondering
what the thief wanted with them
Stolen were four stops signs from
tour duierent street intersections;
the flag from the sixth green a
the gold course and a sweat
er from a parked car. ...
ATTENTION 0. M Just toil
me nam furnished eoertmants, 1,
2 bsdrsamt. hot, cold
Phono rename 1-4941.
FOR RENTr Nicely taraithecV
modem apartment 1 b a d -room,
living room, dining room,
kitchen. Far 3 months, June lot
to August list. Phono Panama
FOR RENT. Furnished or aw-
Smished apartment: 2 bad
Dint, 2 1 bathrooms, etc., m
Bella Vista. Phono 3-6097, 2 2-2504.
2504. 2-2504. FOR RENTs-Apatmei 2 bed.
rooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room with oath, largo
kitchen. Urge bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment all ocreened, 25
square meters reside apartment
for laundry, drying and ironing,
large detets, garage. House No.
5, Eusebie A. Morales Ave. In ;
El Cangrejo, corner heusc. Phono
FOR RENT: One furnished bed
room apartment. Ave. Juste A A-reeemena
reeemena A-reeemena and 46th St. Riviere
apartment. Apartment No. 10.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $60.00, Via Perm. Tel.
FOR RENT: Completely fur.
nished apartment 1 Jiving room,
dining room, 3 bed teems, 2
bathrooms, maid's room, garage.
46th St. No. 1-70. Telephone
2-1477 mornings and 1-0709
FOR RENT: Easy to furnish
modern one bedroom apartment
ideal for a bachelor or couple,
hot water, near the El Panama
Hotel. .Call from 6:00 p.m. to
8:00 p.m., 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Exclusive residential sect
tien. 'Well veftnlated. Large
! porch. Living room. Dining room.
Two bedrooms. Bathroom. Kitch Kitchen.
en. Kitchen. Laundry room. Garage. Hat j
water throughout. Water heater
furnished.1 Screened. For infer'
: motion and appointment call
l FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters.
Furnished apartment. June I to
Aug, IS. 765, Apt. 17 larnaby
FOR RENT. Apartment unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, 2 r. bedrooms, .- maid'l
room, 2 hatha, sitting-dining
rooms', perch, garage, $110.00.,.
in exclusive 'El Cangrefo" en 6
St. No. 2, building "Caracas".
See De Castro. Avenue "B" No.
9-42, phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2 bedrooms, mart's
2 baths, sitting-dining
perch, garage, $100.00,
in Bella Vista. N. Oborrle St.
No. 23, building Anavansi. See
De Castro, Avenue "B" Na. -42,
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room. San Francisco 16th St.
No. 6, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT t-r Modern two bed bed-'
' bed-' room apartment in Bella Vista,
51st. St. No. 42. Call Zubieta.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un un-.
. un-. furnished one bedroom modem)
apartment. Garage. 168 Via 8a 8a-lisarie
lisarie 8a-lisarie Porras.
FOR RENT: Apartment, hot
water. "D" St., Rosita Building.
Inquire at apartment No. 3.
FOR RENT Apartment (Pent (Penthouse)
house) (Penthouse) "Souse Building", 3 bed
room, living-dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, hot water, maid's room, ga garage,
rage, garage, and other convenience.
Apply Apartment "P", Colombia
St. 44-17 (Bella Vista I.
FOR RENT. -Best located, one-
room furnished apartment. Clean
and comfortable. 43rd St. No.
Said Gravely III
With Heart Ailment
LONDON, May 24 tUP).
Bucharest Radio reported today
that President Petrti Groza of
communist Rumania was sen
ously,lll with heart trouble,
i tie broadcast said Groza was
suffering from a new attack of
an acute insuiiiclency of the
coronary arteries with pericar
ditis," but that his general con'
dition was "satisfactory.1
Groza. born In 1884 the son
or an orthodox rnest, was pre'
mler of Hungary until June 1952
when Gheorghe Gheorghiude;
succeeded him and Groza be'
Groza's actual title Is Presi
dent of the Presidium of the
Grand National Assembly.
A LITTLE DATED
LOGAN, Utah (UP) Police
pav Flnvd A. Zollinger a ticket:
for driving with expired license)
plates. Zollinger was driving a,
1909 Model T Ford with 1922 Idaho;
FOR RENT Chalet. IMae-eia-inn
room. 3 bedrooms, maie"e
room, garage. Via Porras, 14th
St. No. i. Telepborio 3-0063.
FOR RENT: In new concrete
building, apace for office, beau
ty pa nor, or commercial, in ex
clusive "14 Ceng row i on Am -gentina
Ave., bailee Monte Monterrey.
rrey. Monterrey. See Do Cettre, Avenue B,
9-42. phono 2-1616.
n Abortion Trail
NEW YORK. May 24 (UPi
Thomas Darnel f a e e d possible
cross examination today in hl
manslaughter trial for the abor
tion death of 20-year-old Jacque Jacqueline
line Jacqueline Smith.
Daniel testifying in his own de
fense yesterday, denied he was
responsible for the pregnancy of
the pretty blonde fashion, design-
er irora ajcoenoo, ra.
The state charees that Daniel,
24, hired Leo Pijuan, 48, a hospital
attendant, to verform the abortion.
The prosecution claims the two
men dismembered the fin i txxly
wrapped the parts in Christmas
Daoer and dromed the packages
in trash cans on New York's west
side. y,':5J--'..:.-JS;V.i ".
Daniel took the stand shortly af
ter his mother, Mrs. Kenneth Da-'
niel, 54, was earned hysterical
from the witness stand. Mrs. Dan.
iel, a Greek-bora widow from
Warren.' Ohio, was barred from
the courtroom on the first oay of
the trial for another emotional out
burst. Since then she has remain
ed outside the courtroom doors;
uamei oemea mat no naa raiut
Miss Smith nreenant He said she
, ... i V L.J
had told him in December that she
wax. five, or six weeks nregnant.
But he. said that since he had not
been intimate with her since Au August,
gust, August, ho could not have fathered
her habv., 1 "e -r
He testified that ne first met
Miss Smith in June, 1955, and that
in the latter part of September she
heffan reeular visits to his apart
ment where the abortion allegedly
was performed. -( -f
During uctooer, ne saw, miss
Smith 'dined with him every night
and "occasionally" stayed an
For Strings' To Be
Played Here Monday
RomiiAi narber. whos "Ada
gio for Strings" will be played
by the National symphonic .Or .Orchestra
chestra .Orchestra in its first concert of
the year on Monday at the National-,
Theater, began compos
ing at the age of seven. He was
inspired as mat tenaer s u
a performance of -Alda'' which
he heard in New York, when his
aunt, the famous Louise Homer,
sang with Enrico wrusa,
Barber has risen steadily In
the ranks' of American compos
ers since 1928 when, at the age
of 18, he won the Columbia
imiversitv Beams nrize ior a
comrjosltlon written while he
was sun a student at ui cur cur-tia
tia cur-tia institute In Philadelphia.
In 1933. he again won the
Beams nrize for a second time.
Barber has the distinction -of
beine- the first composer to win
the Pulitzer ; prize ior music
twice (1935 and 1938); and in
1935 he won the coveted Prix de
Rome entitling him to two years'
study in Rome. i
During his sojourn in the Ital Italian
ian Italian capital, his "Symphony in
One Movement' received its
world nremlere. and the ac
claim eiven this work placed
Barber immediately on an inter international
national international footing. v
Shortly thereafter, his Ada-
no for Strings was given its
premiere by Toscanlnl and the
NBC Symphony Orchestra in
1938, and was the first composi
tion by a North American com
noser recorded by the Maestro.
When asked his opinion of
modem music, Samuel Barber
claims that "it has come of age,
and there's a growing musical
public of young people all over
the Americas that is not afraid
of modern music." (..
' DEEP ENLISTMENT
NEW LONDON, Conn. (UP)
Two Navy divers re-enlisted
inside a submarine rescue vessel s
diving chamber at the bottom of
the ocean floor. Chief Boatswain's
Mate William C. Hanev and Boat
swain's Mate 1.C Kenneth W. WaH
lace were shinned oven by Capt
William T. Kmsella, Commander
of Submarine Squadron 10 in what
was believed to oe we first suca
. I ceremony of iu auno,
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the boat kotbing beach in
the Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. .The
new management is enxieue to
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach boose. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866.
MAKI PANAMONTE INN,
BOQUETE ; !- i
your headquarter for hunting
and fishing in the Cbiriqui high highlands.
lands. highlands. Jungle jaunts, picnic a ad
SnmlicVg Santa Clara leach
Cottago. Modern eaceniencea,
Mtrerete rate, Pheao Gambe
Baldwin's furnished 9PlrtivVllt)
at Santa Clara leach. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono Smith, lalboe Sill.
FHIUIPS Ocooneido CottsM
Santo Clare, Bex 435, leleeo.
Fo 1-1177. Crieto Crieto-ol
ol Crieto-ol 1-1671.
' BEACHSIDE vacetiaa Santo Cla
ra, ehrepner cemfertablo houses.
Fheno Thompson Balboa 1772,
witS tol V6? "ceived by the canal Zone Cancer Com-
mlteJ,!.be,ues.t of a former Panama Canal emDlove is de de-Posited
Posited de-Posited to the First National City Bank of Balboa elft
was received from the estate of Leonard E iHne arf Im Im-ploye
ploye Im-ploye in the Dredging Division, wtoSed I last JvSjf Thfchk
fen S.?811 by W- Lundy (left),ng Veasurer of
the Canal Zone Cancer Committee. to BraMJrito
in this years. Cancer Campaign. Standing in the rentnr la
Mrs. Jean Oeerwester, secretary of the 1956 Sncei Jnd
' campaign commlttfie. :i
Two Panamanians Amid Seven
Named To CZ
Seven young men. two of them
Panamanians, have been selected
from a list of 36 applicants, to fill
the, new apprenticeships which
were offered this yeaH by the
Panama Canal Company.
Those selected and the craft in
which they will specialize are Ed Edward
ward Edward F. Armistead, automatic tel
ephone switchman; Rupert S.
uiin. cabiesnucer: Robert w. Dai-
ley, sheet metal worker: Raymond
W. Gargus, welder; Manuel A. Pe Perez,
rez, Perez, shipfitter; James L. Sikes,
pipefitter; and Lewis A. Tabor, re refrigeration
frigeration refrigeration mechanic.
Armistead was born in Forts-
MMttrla Vet obm1 watoiai rosJ.il nfajl
luuuiii, oaaau woati a ejsuuaivi
from Balboa High School in 1953.
He served two years with the U.
Army and is at present em
ployed as a scaling and painting
foreman on the Atlantic Locks. He
is the son- of Roy F. Armistead,
molder foreman with the Indus.
Chin was born in Colon and is
being graduated this year from
urutooai mgn acnooi.
Dailey was born in Panama and
is' the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dailey
of Margarita. He attended Canal
Zone schools and is graduating
this year from Cristobal High
Gargus was bora in-Fort Mon
roe, va.. ana is tne son oi Mrs.
Louise a. uargus of uurunau.
He attended Balboa High School
and the Canal Zone Junior Col
lege and served two years with
the U. S. Army at Fort Clayton.
Perez was born in Colon and is
a graduate of insiooai uign
SchooL He was employed for
short time this year at Gatun on
the Locks overhaul.
Sikes was born in Gilbertown,
Ala., is a graduate of the Silas
Senior High School of Silas. Ala.
and was empioyea temporarily
this year as a checker at Gatun
Tabor was bora in Colon and Is
graduating this year from Cristo-
FOR SALE (motors and heaths ....
FOR SALE: Meteracaeter, Lam-
brotta. new ttrae and excellent
mechanical condition. First
$125.00 takes it. Phono 2 2-4435.
4435. 2-4435. A
WANTED: English Spanish
stenographer tor temporary work.
Boats & Motors
15 outboard fishing boat with
or without trailer." Completely
quipped. Balboa 1347,
FOR SALS t 12 ft. boat and
trailer, $100.00. Also several
larger boat and trailers. ABER ABER-NATHY,
NATHY, ABER-NATHY, Panama 3-0264
FOR SALE r Eire and Evinrude
otbeard motors Cris Cr'aft beat
; and Kits, Complete stock Marino'
hardware, ABERNATHY Panama
3-0264. :,. .
t1 K?h Scnool. HU fatter is L
John A. Tabor nf the rvi.th,
BOSS' DREAM This beauty
is Peggie Castle, picked as the
Ideal Hollywood Secretary
by the, film capital's Chamber
of Commerce. Peggie won the
nod for her secretarial role la
Miracle In the Rain,"
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tzs rixiMA-JjnatiCAX -1 a .rnnPEM)rsT daily-kiwspajkr n
PACE STTCf 1
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---.... WEEKEND RELEASE!.
Jane Wy man Charlton Heston, la
In VlsU Vision and Technicolor!
Great- moving drama of love
- versus career!
Skews: 1:09, 2:42, 4:40, J: 54, :M p.m.
75c.' .--. 48c
.... WEEKEND RELEASE!
The bis thrill on the big screen Is his
starring motion picture: Liberate, In
' SINCERELY YOURS
' In TECHNICOLOR!
Sham: J:W 4:15- 8:35 1:55 p.m.
fIC TO I i
lilia del Valle, in -LARIVAL
Great Double Feature Ever Show!
Kirk Douglas, In
In Cinemascope! Frank Sinatra, in
' The Man with .The Golden Arm
with Eleanor Parker
Margaret O'BRIEN k John LUPTON
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f Oh, I always feel younger when I visit' the beauty
wop -till get hofne ,and looK at, George l".
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HOLLYWOOD tllwEA)ii. O'fl-
itage," Offstage ahd Upstage":' Viv-
tn Blame Imd estranged; hubby
i Manny- i'ranlc gave-Hollywood
j- omethintr to. talk about when tie
there s a new evorow-Wter-from
them. .Hell continue- her 4t-
nance boss tor the-.next 20 years,
xney agreea to a legal split.
' "He's a good manager," admits
Yiviaa, aucking the "But-be-was
Dolores del Rio announced she'd
like to make a U.S. acting come come-back
back come-back in Hollywood a year ago and
even had press agents beating the
publicity drums tor her. But she
just nixed F. Hush Herbert's new
Broadway-bound play, "The Best
House in Naples." He even flew
4o Mexico City1 in hopes of talk talking
ing talking her into the role.
,- -Marilyn Monroe loving it up
with John Wayne? It may happen.
C. V. Whitney Pictures are offer offering
ing offering her the moon to co-star with
Wayne in "William Liberty," an
unpublished, novel by Frank h.
Clemenson . Flash from Tin
Pan Alley: The rock and roll fad
is just about over. Anyone un unhappy;
happy; unhappy; . -. Jean Hagen's first
movie since leaving the Danny;
' Thomas TV show will be with Jeff
Chandler in "Crango." . f
'mates her movie depiit. m a new
uuumnia musical, "Cha Cha Cha,
f Another movie based on a. TV
senrs, "The Web.".. is headed for
theater screens ... Alan Vnim i
"' m i nother bid Jot a. TV
"i l m a proposed conietlv
'"ie,,spnus i.ued. "Th Professor Is
young." But general dramatic
snows according to a new survey,
have replaced situation comedy as
the. most popular on TV- network
"Joyca.,Holden,. once bailed for
stardom, at U-Vis making a ca-
reer comeback after, a two-year
huiik oil,. -e.-s r
Kews item: "Grace- Kelly s
'High Society goes out Aug. 1 and
Producer Sol Sleiel doesn't
Vow Commanity SUtioa ;
- (Telephone: t-30M)
Where UM0I People Meet
J Today, Thursday, May ?4
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phona
r tiU 3:00)
5:35-What's Your T a 0 r 1 1 e
:00 To be announced
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
v ?'f REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Here's To Veterana
6:45 Dolt Yourself :
7:00 Goon Show-
7:30 Nelson Eddy's penthouse
. Party "
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
, (-- quests taken by phone
, -Ntm 7:30) v
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pari'
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
'.Tomorrow, Friday, May IJ
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
;' Club (requests -r taken
by phone tui 7:00)
7:30 Mornlne Salon Concert
8:15HChurch In The WUdwood
. 8:30 Musical Reveille
8:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I see it
- tcutex and oaorono)
10:05 Spins and Needles ,(re ,(re-.f
.f ,(re-.f U .quests taken Jjy
v ; phone till 8:30) -j.
ll:05v-5ptns And Needles
'il:30--Meet The Entertainer -r
12:00 News t '.',,
' P.M.'' '"
12:30-lSweet And Hot
1:00 News .
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Ploneerg t,
1:45 Songs of France ;
, 2:00 Ter Beneke Show - -2:15
Freddy Martin show !f
i 2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank Snow And
Rainbow Ranch Boyj
3:15 Sammy Kaye show
; 3:30 Music For Friday
:uu feature Keview
Singing Star (
. Answer to Previout Puxzle
J Singing star,
She likes to
$T Writing too)
36 Canvas shelter
12 River in
VlS Unit of weight 7Mr.''
14 Singing group
16 Goddess of :
i IS Annoy
1 20 Flowers
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a tt ti"toat m?
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8 Hones, as a
10 African river
is East (Fr.)
25 Sea eagle 39 Recluse
26 Genuine 41 Bemish
27 Shield bearing 42 Biblical name
2 Raced -31
34 Genus of
91 rnc Mint LAW "na
ttr'S Walktaf stick
22 Low sand hill 37 Western cattle SO Race course
38 Body of water SI Individual
,23 Wave lop
131 Ward off
. 33 Kitntlu B
. 33 New Guinea
" 40 Cereal grain
'. 42 Dispatches -i
43 More caustic
49 Century plant
'., SO African worm
v... position 1 ..
. 52 Venetian
54 Blackbird of
' cuckoo family
J"""""" T""" T T T"
r"" -; Tmmmm r
r t I iiT i t I r i i iff
Lake Michigan Squall Sinks
Barge; 9 Men prown, 2 LqsV
nonnce any weddmgs for that
oaie. jnank goodness!
; Copies ol Grace Kelly's wedding
gown are selling in London for
122. Since1 the wedding the rest
rooms at the Hollywood Racquet
viud nave oeen renamed Prmce
f ana rrmcess,
Debbie Reynolds' big role with
Bette Davis in "Catered Affair"
ia one of those it-could-only-hap.
pan-in-Hollywood atones. Debbie's
first job in Hollywood was as an
extra m uette a 1948 movie, "June
Remembers Debbie: 1 spent
.ewe BKMurs sa mase-np bus tne
- camera went by me is fast I
dida't ve see it-and it didat
see me." j.
" 1 Another reincarnation movie
. coming up-'The Hypnosis of Di-
, ana Love. wonder if she ll turn
i. out to be Bridey Murphy's cousin?
Jhe Witaet: Red Skelton clown-i
: mg it r up on the set of "Public
. Pigeon Number One": When an
, assistant director knocks on his
dressing room door and says,
"You're wanted for a close-un.
Air. Skelton," he replies:
("No close-ups for me. I m want
ed in Illinois." I
t "You r
I ..4 :
Bob Hope wiU broadcast from
both the GOP and Democratic
conventions' ia August. "Like a
California driver,", he says, "t al
ways stay ,ia the middle of the
Ha) NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Maurice
Contlnned from Page 2)
sold is examined before it reirhes
iiecentiy 64-people got parrot
fever from infected chickens near
Portland, Ore.,- and two of the
cases were fatal. Yet shortly af afterward,
terward, afterward, 49 chickens that had died
or parrot fever were- found "in a
S recessing plant ready for market market-ig.
ig. market-ig. .'.-,,
WUL - 1 .a
me voluntary inspection f now
provided .by the Department of
Agriculture's marketing service
is so lenient that in Colorado and
New Jersey state officials have
seized chickens that federal inspec inspectors
tors inspectors said were okay-
The Butchers' Union wants-rigid
compulsory inspection and recom recommends
mends recommends that the Food -and Drug
AdministrauW do the job. Food
na wrug says it's overworked
however, and can't inspect withou
more funds and personnel.
(Continned from Pus 8)
"Diary of Anne Frank.'-an
ceUent play) should have gone to
"Hatful n .in. ru-
- .w x iic inter interview
view interview with the "Godot" author
(Samuel Beckett)! was as bafnine
as his play. The inquiry: "What
do you do when you have nothing
to say? Just keep on trying?" .:,
Beckett's reply: "There are oth.
ers, like Nicholas do Staehl: who
uirew themselves out of a window
after years of struggle.'?- ;
Add' tood film 'titles:- "The Rirl
Most Likely" V .Miss Monroe's
j comments in the Satevepost arti
cles are brighter than the dialog
in her pictures. .Another lovely
melody: "Heart Of Paris" v v
Phil Silvers is the latest star to
Chevalier,: explaining why there's learn you can get lots of publicty
.. still zip in the old (67) bov
, "My luck is in still having a
'. flame about everything. To delight
new things. Yon have to ad ad-,
, ad-, vance with life no matter how eld
yea are. Yoe can't go far with
' nostalgia. Yoi must have the ea-
tbusiasm for the w."
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, MRS.
when you no longer need it He
is the subject for 8 current mag
features... One-TV quiz contestant
was asked to name some Rockn Rockn-roll
roll Rockn-roll songs. Her initial choice:
"Rock Of Ages' ? "Follies" co co-producer
producer co-producer J Gardiner says he put
$87,750 (of bis own coin) into it
. .Sheree North is quotegenie,
too: "Of course, I like art. But
JONES: Alena Murray, a beauty ( whether an actress emotes like
contest LOSER (in-the "Miss Hoi- mad or just does something nice
lywood" competition) winning an and fluffy, the color of the money
MGM film contract. jis just as green" .That's what
Spike Jones' Wife; Helen Gray co, I Like about the North.
- quests taken by phone
- till s:00)-
5:30 News )
5:35-What's your Favorite
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
KfiViEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Danclncr Party
6:45 MELC HRINO -MUSI-
7:00Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 Nelson Eddy's penthouse
8:00 Music By Roth
, 8:30 Short Story Theater :
. k:uu xou Asaed For It (re
quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
13:00 sign on.
Al Gala Dinner
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
President Eisenhower will step out
tonight to attend the-glittering an annual
nual annual dinner given in his honor by
the White House Correspondents
Association. "----- -,
- Dozens of the nation's top mo movie,
vie, movie, stage, television and night
club stars will entertain the Pres President
ident President and the more than 1.000
other guests at the association's
31st annual stag dinner. 1
movie star James Cagney wfH
act as master of ceremonies.
Stars taking part in the program
include singer Patti Page, jass
artist "Dizzy? Gillespie and his
orchestra musician, Nat "King"
Cole and comedian comedian Bud Buddy
dy Buddy Hackett
Merriman Smith, United Press
White House reporter.- heads the
During the dinner, Francis M.
Stephenson, White House corre correspondent
spondent correspondent for the New York Daily
News will be installed as presi president
dent president of the association. He suc
ceeds Laurence H. Burd, White
House correspondent, for the Chi.
Others officers to be installed
are Marvin L. Arrowsmith of the
Associated Press, vice president;
Paul Wooton of the New Orleans
Times Picayune, secretary trea
surer; ana Robert E. Clark of the
International News Service. Gar-
nett D. Horner of the Washington
Star, and William H. Y. Knighton,
Jr., of the Baltimore Sun as mem members
bers members of the executive committee.
MILWAUKEE, Wit., May 24
(UP) Mine men were drowned
and two others were reported mis
sing yesterday in wind-whipped
Lake Michigan squalls that cap.
sued a fishing boat and sent a
barse to the bottom. :
Seven of the dead and the two
missmg men; were aboard the
barge when it was lashed by winds
nf 3A TA in milA. an hniip mnti fmitirl.
HisLrM nff CuHnhv. Wi t i ?
ien ouer barge workers were
pulled from the rough water by a
tug that had been trying to tow
tne oarge 10 safety.
Earlier two Milwaukee fisher
men, Carl Zawiea'r 28, and Stan,
ley Kalinewski, 43, drowned when
their fishing beat capsized in
Coast Guard rescuers recovered
the seven bodies of the barge Dad
and searched for .' the ..missing
men, but said it might take days
to' find them, i
A barge survivor, deckhand John
Boehme,' Bayfield, Wis., said the
tug started to tow the barge toward
shore when the weather turned
Beehmi said tha "barge' was
beginning to, founder when the
winds snapped a guide line on a
power shovel, causing the shov shovel's
el's shovel's boom to swing outward and
tilt the vessel. i -. ...
"Water poured into the engine
room and flooded it," Boehme
said. "I jumped into the water
when the deck was at about a v-
Boehme said he and three nth
ers jumped off the "high side" of
the barge, while others dived off
the end and some "just ran and
The barge carried in men. men.
ard Fox, captain of the tub, said
he radioed for help at 4:30 a.m.
and began picking up survivors
floating in the water. : :
Fox said the drowned men wore
life preservers but he was unable
to reach them before they went
down. The 10 survivors were tak.
en to a hospital suffering from
shock and exposure.
Along some roads In the Cana
dian province of Quebec there are
siens ordering motorists to blow
"We weren t making much head-; their horns. In contrast, rew York
Th e res More To Mans
Than Just The Knot
f I ;
11 1 9 ;
way and the vessel was taking an (City has a new statue forbidding
tarfill harttitf hm eilrl 'iinnataeaarv liArfl hlnwinff.
SHOWING AT YOVR SERVICE CENTER
THEATERS TONIGHT 1
a She Makes Up Her Mi'ini 4.hj ottom Of Hei- Heart
Vt ART TT ALL CUMES TRUE
ya a B tl 0 u u ;
I: .1. ..AiaiMme
ra A I r A A TONIGHT
Rock HUDSON a Yvonne DC CARLO
Friday "THAT FORSYTE WOMAN"
Douglas FAIRBANKS Jr. Yolando DONLAN
"MISTER DRAKE'S DUCK",
Friday LUCKY ME"
Humphrqr BOG ART Van JOHN80J1
"THE CAINE MUTINY"
Friday THE RETURN OF JACK HADE"
S:1S A 1: 21
The Mijhty Musical of the Minlsilppil
Friday "AN ANN AFOLIS STORY"
FAR ALSO "HUNT) SPOT" A "LONE WOLF IN MEXICO"
SANTA CRUZ TORT ALGIERS" "BEAT THE DEVIL"
CAMP BIERD "APACHE AMBUSH" A "EMERGENCY WEDDING"
TIE TROUBLE SPOTS: To
look well in a tie, check these
three potential trouble spots
the knot (1) should match the
collar, as here where a semi semi-Windsor
Windsor semi-Windsor f ts in well with the
moderately wide collar; the
design (2) is centered in- the
opening and complements the
shirt and Jacket; and the tie's
wJdth (3) is keyed to the
width of thejacket.
By DICK KLEINER
KEW YORK (NEA) The
next time you tie one on. be care
ful. .And we're talking about cra
vats in ,tnis case.
There's more to a tie than meets
the eye To be a nerfect mate
for the rest of your outfit, it- must
be the proper shape and color and
be tied with the correct knot. For
tunately, you have squup .help-Jn
this great endeavor help from
the nation's tie manufacturers.
It seems that tie designers are
not trend-setters. Most of them
feel that ties should comDlement
tne rest 01 tne outfit, hence theyl
are designed to fit in with the
suit and the shirt. 4 -n
Hans Seidler, of Seidler Cravats
and a member of the Men's Fash Fashion
ion Fashion Authority, sa.vs a tie designer
must, mind everybody else's busi business.
ness. business. As examples of how he has
to snoop into other fields, con consider
sider consider these:
1. The shaoe ef the tie. This is
determined by the shape of the
jacket. .The current "natural
look," for example, features a rel.
atively narrow ooenine in the
jacket A big. bulky tie would look
ridiculous. Seidler and his fellow
cravat creators built the nar
row tie to look right 4n the nar narrow
row narrow opening. 1
Z. The placing of th danon.
If it's not a solid color or all-'
over design, the spot on the tiel
where the design is placed is inn
portant. It should show, but if it's
too low on the tie and the jacket!
closes high, it won't. Again, tie
designers study the latest fash fashions
ions fashions in jackets, to. sec how much
room there is for the tie to show,
before they place' their designs.
3. The color. A tie should har harmonize
monize harmonize with the shirt. New shirt
colors breed new tie colors.
4. The knot. This must fit In
with the size and style of the
collar. When the widespread col collar
lar collar was first introduced, tie men
had to come up with a tie that
would knot big. Hence the tie that
could be Windsor-knotted.
You should take your tie tips
from the tie designers. Be careful
to wear a slim tie with a jacket
that has a narrow opening and
a wide tie with a jacket that ex
poses a lot of shirt. Tie it so the
design is centered between the
collar and the jacket.'
- Pick your colors carefully. Wear
a solid color tie when your suit
is patterned or your shirt has a
pattern. If both suit and shirt are
solid color, you can wear a pat patterned
terned patterned tie.
Match the knot to the collar.
A small collar like a button-
down shirt should have a com-;
parativeiy small knot. Save the ',
Windsor knot for the big wide-K
- .. . n
OFF THE RACK: There's a I
now kind ef denim which should (
make life easier for people who
spend much time in work clothes.;
Dickies are now available with
this resin-impregnated denim,'
which gives" considerably lonscr,
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Socia ;; ah
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' Miss rl Nwhai5
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- Misc Carol Newhard, daughter
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f of Gatun, was recently pledged to
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Caribbean Cellos Club
. farina Limcheen
About 50 members of the Canb Canb-bean
bean Canb-bean .-College Club and their
- meats attended the Annual Spring
Luncheon on Saturday, at the Ho-
.tel Washington. Present as special
guests of the Club were Mr. and
.Mrs. AF. Raymond, Miss Gladys
( Elkins. -Miss Florence EdMooice,
Mr. F.-L. Saur, Mrs. Ralph Brao-
kins. Mr. John Bracking, ana in
J Misses Ann Livingston, Mary Rose
and Mildred Damerau.
After,, welcoming members and
. their guests, Mrs. J. M. Brown,
Club President, asked Mrs. J. M.
- Puryis of the Membership Com
mittee to introduce tne fourteen
; members who had joined the club
during, the. past year. Clever
thumb-nail sketches of each new
member preceded their introduc
tion ana ine presentation w eacn
an orchid corsage by her
'sponsor" in the club. The new
.Members are: Misses Patricia Av
ery and Jane Holcomb, and Mes-i
dames JS.. N. Beuand, Harry tno,
C. J. Gents, M. M. Hartman, W.
G, Laurie, Frank McGilberry, J.
H Pfau, F. L. Saur, H.J. Shatto,
B. F. Slaughter, A. JS. stutton and
E. W.i Wrenm
" yrOf the many people to whom the
Caribbean College Club was in
tdebted, Mrs. Brown said that she1
F. R. McDermitt. who unfortu unfortunately
nately unfortunately could not be present, but
to whom the. club bad voted a
year's membership, in apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of her help during the past
fou years; and Mr "Tony" RayJ
mono, for nis untaiiing neip ang
advice at the annual Penny So-,
cials, Mr. Raymond had been
tected an Honorary Member of the
Club. The brief speech of accept
ance by this sole male member
was greeted, by prolonged ap
plause. - ;.
Light entertainment -was tup-
plied by the '"J. C. Three" Miss-I
es Livingston, Rose and Damerau
of the Canal Zone Junior College
who charmed the audience with
their rendering of four popular
numbers, three in JSnghsn and
one in Spanish. --..
As the climax to the club year
Mrs. J. L. Sugar. Chairman of the
Scholarship Committee, presented
to the members the winner of tne
Scholarship Award for 1956 John
Brackins: and assured him of tne
good wishes of the club for his
future. John expressed his thanks
and the hope that be would just
fv the honor of being chosen as' the
Club's fourth Scholarship winner
In her closing speech, Mrs.
Brown announced with regret the
resignation of Mrs. M. J. Peter
son, whose husband has recnetly
been appointed as Bean of 5t,
Luke's Cathedral, Ancon. Among
other members who were moving
to the Pacific Side in the near fu
ture were Miss Elsie Halliweu,
Mrs. C. 0. Kelly and Mrs. B.
Brown herself. After thanking the
Garden Study group for the attrac
tive floral decorations. Mrs.
Brown expressed her. appreciation
to all members for their willing
cooperation during the past year.
Any success which the club might
claim was due to the fine work
For Inflation; i
NEW YORK. May 24 (UP)
An economist for the National
Association of Manufacturers
today blamed the "monopolistic
power,,- of labor unions for the
inflationary force now tnreaten-
e nation s economic well-
done by all committee chairmen
i it- I :i oi L i i
would like to mention two: Mrs. and their committees. She handed
Ralph Robey charged that
.nreeulated and uncomroi-
ed power of unions is the under
lying cause ox tne new iniiauon
i ''-'V- ,'.;..:'.-:
In a NAM .study entitled "A
New Force for Inflation," Robey
said "the obvious remedy..,- is
to curtail the power of Industry Industrywide
wide Industrywide unions to engage in mono monopolistic
polistic monopolistic practices and restore
bargaining to the local level."
. ' .' ,-.
Robey said the newest .threat
to the nation's prosperity stems
from "the tendency for wage
vnfaa iAar taH fVimif atlV I A ft.
nite or. normal relationship to
market conditions." : v":
"Unwarranted wage Increases
exceedlmr labor's reasona b 1 e
I!C Court Denies ;:
Appeal By Group
Of Ilegro Parents
PALEIGH, N. C. (UP) The
State Supreme Court today dis
missed the appeal of a group of
Negro parents whose children were
denied admission to an all-white
elementary school at Old Fort,
N. C. . -
The high court upheld the ruling
of Superior Court Judge George
B. Patton of Franklin that Ne Negroes,
groes, Negroes, must apply as individuals
and not in group actions to seek
admittance. ui scnoois.
The Supreme Court's decision
leaves the way open for the grop
to appeal to the federal courts.
The state court said the group
cannot be approved under the 1955
state pupil-assisgnment law.
" An additional reason wny this
proceeding was properly dismissed
is that while it purports, to have
been brought pursuant to the pro
visions of our acnoot enrollment
statutes it is not based on an ap application
plication application for assignment relating
to named individuals as contem contemplated
plated contemplated by the enrollment statutes,
but is in reality a class suit,'.' the
It is in effect an application
share of producUvity gains, -are fr mandamus, requiring the im-
forced on Industry year-after
year by union power," he added.
Robev said this situation leads,
leads to inflation by increasing
the money supply out of propor proportion
tion proportion to the amount of goods and
services available for purchase.
the gavel to Mrs. W. E. Rushing
newly.elected President, who after
a few words of acceptance and a
plea for continued support from
the members during the coming
year, declared the meeting ad
On behalf of the Board, Mrs. O.
E. Jorstad presented Mrs. Brown
with a beautiful porcelain vase.
mediate integration of all Negro
pupils residing in the administra administration
tion administration unit in which the Old Fort
school is located. Such a proce procedure
dure procedure is neither contemplated nor
authorized by the statute."
Appellants were Negroes Albert
Joyner, Lucille Lytie, James cry
ann snH.Thurman Greenlee.
Joyner appeared at the Old Fort
school at the beginning of the fall
term last September with a group
of Neero children and sought to
have v them enroiiea. ; ;
Shortly after Joyner was as
saulted bv a white man and knock
ed into the town fountain at Old
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To Meat May 2S
The Laymen's Fellowship of
Margarita. Union Church-will hold
its regular meeting. at 6:30 o.m.
May 28 in the Sunday School as-!
-" The speaker will be J. M. A A-migh,
migh, A-migh, a master diver.. He will
give an account oi the raisins and
salvaging oi the. gunboat Erie.
Joint Beard Meeting
Of Colon IAWC
Monday there will be a joint
board meeting of all outgoing and
incoming board members at the
Club Headquarters at 3:30 -p.m.
All board members are urged to
attend. "t-.:'?;u-f .-' x.
Atlantic Sid Girl Scout Leader ;
The Atlantic Side Girl Scout
Leader's Club will hold their
monthly meeting on Thursday; at
the Margarita bcout House, at 9
a.m. ;v'J -.''''-' V'.-
This will be the last meeting
held until Scouting on the Isthmus
is resumed in September. The pur purpose
pose purpose of these monthly meetings is
to present new ideas for Troop
program, planning for the Adult
Girl Scout Leaders, in the various
phases of the eleven program
fields of Scouting, r
All registered Adult Girl Scout
members, including leaders, com committee
mittee committee members and any interest
ed persons are invited to attend.
JAMESTOWN, N. Y., May 24-
Wf)A cross-eyed escaped con convict,
vict, convict, who accidentally killed his
partner in crime while shooting at
two detectives they had kidnaped,
was captured without a struggle
today as be slept in a clump of
pine tres only a mile fronv the
scene of the shooting.. v-
' He tipped ponce off to his where
aoouts last night when hunger
drove him to steal milk from a
James Carter, 32, the object 6f
one of the biggest manhunts in
western New York history, was
unarmed and barefoot when a po policeman
liceman policeman grabbed him by the ankle.
He surrendered meekly and was
taken off to jail to face murder
. Carter, whose life of crime be began
gan began when he was only nine years
old,' and John "Thomas Dedrick,
23, Corning, N. Y: set off the
manhunt Saturday night when they
broke out. of the Schuyler County
Jail at Watkins Glen, N. Y.
Two detectives tried to arrest
the pair in Jamestown Monday but
wound up instead as captives of
Carter and Dedrick drove off in
a stolen car with the detectives
handcuffed in the back seat Ded
rick lost control of the, car and
crashed into a pole. ?
The. captive detectives fled. As
they struggled from the wreckage,
Garter tried to shoot them from
a distance of only three feet. But
he hit Dedrick in the chest instead.
. Efficient Is what most people
think they ore until they try to do
someone' else's Job V Hie
Dies; Funeral Will;
Await Son's Arrival
Angus Farguhafson, a former
employe of the Panama Canal
Storehouse Div. at Gamboa, died
tnis morning tn banto Tomas Hos
A resident of Radio City, Juan
Diaz, he had been suffering from
high blood pressure from some
time. He was 63 years old.
Mr. Farguharson is survived bv
his wife, Edna, and his son. Roy.
Funeral arrangements will await
the arrival of his son from the
Wherever people of distinction:,:
meet you'll always find
Boy Vho Dislikes
Vork Pumps 8 Shots
MINNEAPOLIS. Mav 24 fUPV-
A 17.year.old .bov h6 disliked
work killed his stepmother "yester "yesterday
day "yesterday with eight shots from, a rifle.
He also wounded his grandmother
who got in the line of fire.
Police captured the bov. Tom
my Jacobsen, a block away from
his parents' apartment shortly af
ter tne snooting, v
His mother, Mrs.v Owen Jacob-
sen, 57, "died from hand, chest and
shoulder wounds. The grandmoth grandmother,
er, grandmother, Mrs. Ida Jacobsen, 78, was
wounded in the chest and was re reported
ported reported in poor condition at gener
Tommy told police his grand grandmother
mother grandmother got in the line of fire while
he chased his stepmother through
the apartment. He said he did not
want to shoot his grandmother.
Police found a .22 caliber' rifle
in the apartment. They said his
mother was crumpled on the floor
in the living room in front of a tele,
vision set. .
Mrs. David Anderson, 19, the
boy's sister, said Tommy and his
mother, had been fighting for two
days because he refused to go to
work at a downtown clothing
store. ".. i
A neighbor, Mrs. Fred's; Bart-
lett,' described the teep-ager as a
"nice, quiet, mild-mannered and
polite boy." n
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To Be Held June 2
At Cocoli Post
Donald1 J. O'Neill, Chairman of
the encampment to be held by
the Veterans of Foreign Wars of
the U.S., announced .today that
this event will take- place or the
June 2 at the- Gen. Qeorge W.
Goethals Post No. 3835 in Cocoli.
" ; A parade consisting of platoons
from the Army, Navy, Air Force
and Marines will be led, by the
Albrook Air Force band. Behind
the Armed Forces units the mem
bers of VFW Posts No,' 40, 100,
3822, 3835, 3876 and members of,
three Ladies Auxiliaries' will also
be marching. The parade is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to start at 10 a.m. The route
of march will be from the Cocoli
Clubhouse to Post -No. 3835 in Co-
coli. t ;
The encampment wilt begin
at 10:30. Memorial services will
be held. There will be presentation'
of awards and a guest : speaker
will, 8i a short talk -- v
At' 12:15 a luncheon will be held
for all members 'and their guests.
The business session, voting' of
new' department officers" fori; the
next year will start at 2 p.m.
At 8 p.m. a dance, open to ail
VFW; members, associate, imero imero-bers
bers imero-bers and then aestt a well as
invited guests, will be held,
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To Be Presented
Young Lefty. Has Whiff ed
67 Rivals In 60 Innings
Editor: CONRADO SARCCANT
TIXTESDAT, MAT tl, 1938
: .', ; By FRED DOWN ;.:
NEW YOJIK, May 24 (UP)-Herb Score, the
rookie sensation of 1955, is taking dead aim at team teammate
mate teammate Bob FeBerV aH-time strikeout mark for a
Tht "3-year-old south p a wl
struck out seven batters as the
Cleveland Indiana whipped
Boston Red Sox. 8-3, yesterday
and now has whiffed 6 rivals in
60 1-3 innings. At that pace I
the Indians have compietea one
fifth of their, schedule Scorej
will wind up with 335 waits
The great Feller set the' ma major
jor major league record of 348 Strike Strikeouts
outs Strikeouts in 1946 when he pitched 371
innings. Feller. Walter Johnson
and Rube Waddell are the only
rroSern pitchers who have whif whiffed
fed whiffed 300 .batters in -one season
and Waddell'a 343-total in 1804
stood for 4? years before Fewer
Ecor?, who struck out 245 bat batters
ters batters to set a. record for a rookie
lpst season, was credited with
t s fifth triumph
c rrqay although be needed
help Irom Don Moss! i when he
b't wild streak in the eighth
t-ilnj and -walked four batters.
I cs l walked two more batters
to help treat the Red Sox to
tares runs but then ;-. slammed
down the Ud. j -
core's, current record Is 5-1
but all tbe losses were by one
run margins and two of them
were by 1-6. And yesterday's
victory ended a string of five
Straight losses he suffered at
the bands of the Red Sox. So,
It's obvious this Is one chap
who never heard of a aopho
more J'nx or team, jinx.
- The Indians supported their
young prodigy with a 13-hit at attack
tack attack that handed Frank Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan his first loss of the year
and enabled them to remain 2
games behind the first-place
New York Yankees.
Th Yankees boomed out 17
hits aealnst four pitchers to
romp over, th Detroit TigersJ
13-5i and score their seventh)
xi-In in alcrht arames. Hank Bau
hit a three-run homer and
j-.lly Martin and Oil McDOugald
rra inree mis eacn ior ww
l-ees. who staged a five-run ral
lv in ths second Inning nnd a
&. s-run uprising In the fifth
Tomorfbv C-Day For Braves;
Conley Leaves Disabled List
ly OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK. May 1 2' (UP) -Tomorrow
will be C-Dsy for the
Milwaukee Braves. 5
, That itands for Conley and a
nossible championship. Because
Gene! the sore-srmed joitcher,
comes off the disabled list with
glowing medical reports.
Nor can you blame the Braves
for cheering. ,a
Becadie there they are, rifM
al th loo. and to date nut
season they've Imm completely
without Ihe services d tho low lowering
ering lowering right-hander descrilMd In
Hie spring by manager Charley
Orimm as "the key to evr pen pennant
nant pennant hnMt." i'-f
It is to be hoped, for the sake'
of a tight National, league race,
that the cheering isn't premature.
Yet there seems to be a strange
concentration on the mental as
pects Of the Conley esse.
Hit arm feels great." 1
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- The Chicago White Sox got
two -gift" rum when Rr Moore
walked two batters with
bases filled in the fourth inning
and went on to snap a flve flve-lmW
lmW flve-lmW streak with a 3-2
verdict over the Baltimore,
Orioles. 'Jack Harshman pitched
a seven-hitter to win nis sec
Kansas City and wasningion
sttxuifeled for 17 Innings before
TaamiP'a lnnflrPKt rm of tne."1 Ulgni,
w6Mv." o -- n - -
season, 7-B, on camuo mscuw o
wild pitch. The errant pitch en
abled cietus eoyer vi kw
fnm third hK with, the Wln-
rung run. ?w Vr'
tne score at o-a wiw a
Bah Friend and Dale long
tnrned in brilliant perform performances
ances performances as the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates
rates Pirates beat the St Lou's Car Cardinals,
dinals, Cardinals, 6-6, and the Chicago
Cubs downed the Philadelphia.
Phillies, 5-4, In N a t tonal
Learn nlrht frames.
.Friend became the major'
leadlne winner when he scored
his seventh victory, limiting the
CardlnaU to six nits and ms
ine out five -to run bia league-:
leading total to 49. It was
Friend first shutout and sev seventh
enth seventh complete game. Bis record
Long bit his fifth homer tn
as many games and drove in two
runs. He now has driven in 18
runs in his last six games and
has hit safely in 35' of the Pi Pirates'
rates' Pirates' last 27. He's hitting ,409
and is tied with Wally pest for
the NX. homer-lead with 11
Monte lrvih and Barry Chitt
homered in the eighth" inning
to bring the Cubs from behind
and give Vito Valentlnetti his
first bis league win. The victo-i
ry snapped the Cubs' three-
game losing Btreak,
YESTERDAY'S STAR Bob
Friend of. the Pirates who be.
came the leading winner In
the major leagues when he
beat the Cardinals, 6-0.
ported as he prepared to welcome
the six-foot, eignt.lnch nght-osnder
back to the active olaying list.
"And. he has the right mental at attitude."
titude." attitude." ., . .-. j
Observers traveling with the
club, insist, too, that Conley Is
throwing as of old but then add,
tapping a finger against their fore foreheads:
heads: foreheads: I
"The question is, how is he up
Conley, plagued by a sore arm
which put him on the sidelines last
August after he tore a shoulder
muscle, admitted in the spring
that sore arms can become a men mental
tal mental hazard. r
"A lot of pitchers worry after
having a sore arm." he ssserted.
"Many of them are afraid to cut
loose again for fear that the arm
will go bad again. But that isn't
going o happen to me."
If begins to look increasingly
possible that the "eld men" of
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Next Saturday, May 36, at the
Macheteros Bar of the Panama
Golf Club, a ceremony will be held
for the presentetion of tbe trophies
to the winners of the recent XVIII
Esso Annual Golf Tournament,
sponsored by Esso Standard Oil.
ClorUna Pss Rodriguez, manag-
of the soon soring company, will
act as master of ceremonies,
The winners of the recent tour
nament, who should be present at
on Saturday are as lot
Col. H. F. Donovan winner
first flight. '
Jorge Paz Rodriguez runner
Max Heurtematte medalist-
Maurice Muller wlnner-conso-
Hector VsWes Jr. runner up-
Capt. F. Harrington winner
second fliehL ..,
Aurelio Arias medalist-second
Manuel Guardia Valdes wu'
H. B. Willis runner up-conio-
Haurlcio Donates j
Trophy To Winner I
By HERBERT MOISE 1 :
The winner of th Dark Mil
Uonaires-Paraiso Jets series will
be the recipient of a r tropny
donated by Maurlcio'a sporting
goods' store of Panama City.
These teams have been matched
by virtue of their supremacy
over teams in ineir respective
The Millionaires, managed by
Rodolfo Fifi Tom, will travel
from the Atlantic side in quest
of their second consecutive Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side victory. In 1955, they
walked away with the Paraiso
Invitational Tournament, unde undefeated
feated undefeated with the great pitching
of Lou Hllzlnger and Carlos Jo Joseph.
seph. Joseph. This year, they were p-
nroacnea to arnear m sne tour
nament but refused because of
their commitments in the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City Onen Classification
Softball League.: Hilzinger along
witn we nieniy-raiea rreo tsapp
will be around to help Jaeobo
"Baby" Sales' Richmen In this
series. :-, v,-.-
on their roster DM will have
Nugent "Tutu" Joseph,- Chester
DeSouza, Alejandro Bovelle, Ro-
eejio Aikman, Humoerto Ar Arthurs,
thurs, Arthurs, Marcellno De Obaldla,
Antonio Canate, Carlos Mada-
leno and Cecil, "Mickey' Robin
son. ''ft,:-':::5,''; ; ''v.-J,
"The series be?lnj at paraiso
on Saturday at 9:30. Tom and
Ruddy Prince, Jet manager,
have agreed to make this a
three-best-of-flve affair with
doubleheaders on each claying
day. The aeries will shift to
Rainbow City the following
Saturday where another double
header will be played if neces
sary. Also, if necessary, will be
the spinning of a coin to deter determine
mine determine the site of. the single re
As of this press release. Prince
has not, made known who will
pitch for th Paraiso jeta. In ail
probability, Tom will send his
er Sapp to the mound- la the
the Dodgers may have had H,
Soma of the Dodger writers, who
t tham every day, won't make
a prediction en whether the club
can jail and win a hot pennant
-, And Grimm needs a pennant, ac
cording to reports, to hold his job.
A umiey wno was souna in eve
ry department would, unmm ad
mits, "be a tremendous lift." The
23-year-old Gene was the wonder
of the Americsn Association in 19-
53 at Toledo, where be was sent to
develop a curve after an lt-4 sea season
son season at Milwaukee. Returning in
1B54 he bad a 14-9 mark and was
hotter than an electric blanket 1
with a short circuit early last sea season.
son. season. By mid-July he had won 11
games. Then csme the arm trouble
end he was through.
"I've been watching mm tnrow
and he looks great," Grimm ssys.
"We'll know for sure when he
makes his first start, when we get
home from this road trip."
It will be an interesting after afternoon
noon afternoon for Conley, Grimm and tbe
entire National League..
STATE ANNUAL SHOOT
Tne state Annual buuui, wiu
beheld at: the Gamboa Gun
Club on Saturday and-Sunday,
weather permitting, 11
finish on May: 30, commencing
at 9:00 a.m. 1
Ther wUl be four A.T. tro
phies, and several more local I
trophies to vie for. Any one who
lives m the Canal Zone for at
least six (6) months will be ell-j
Food and refreshment will be
JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAM Ljft to right: Coach Brown. Duane Rigby, Reg Reggie
gie Reggie Hayden, Curt Jefferles, Al Blackall, captain jack Corrlgan, Ramon Quesada, John Schmidt,
Joe Wood, Gary Maddox, Bob Fogel, Manager Tony Noboa. Playing their last, gama for the
Junior College will be: Jack Corrlgan, Duane Rigby, Curt jefferles. t ..
CHS- JC In Final Scholastic
Basketball Game Of Season
And Undefeated Season
Won Lost Pet.
Balboa High .
,. 6 0 1.000
...2 3 .400
.. 0 5 -000
Friday's Game (at Balboa)
Cristobal High vs Junior college
By TREVOR SIMONS
Ramon Reves wound UP the
Balboa Hleh basketball sched schedule
ule schedule for 1956 in a blaze of glory
as he led his team to an 82 to
62 win over the dethroned cham champions.
pions. champions. Cristobal High, and earn earned
ed earned for the new champs an un undefeated
defeated undefeated u season In- their first
cage championship they have
held alone in six years.
Last year Balboa and Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal tied for the crown.
Reyes was nearly flawless
Tuesday night at the Margarita
eym. staeinc a one-man war a-
eainst Cristobal. The ranev Bal
boa High center netted 18 field
goals and had a 9 for 12 record
from the tree throw line to
wind uo the night with a neat
45 point total. Reyes" total on
the season is 135 points, or an
average of 22.5 point per game
In the interschool schedule.
Vim ftlnn.et ..nntjmHpi' far htffh
scoring honors of the year is
little pammv Morris of. Cristobal
High School, the smallest play player
er player m the loop. Morris has 113
nnints in 6 tames, an average
of 32.6 points yer game, and hs
one game against Junior Col Col-ior
ior Col-ior .vpHii1ph fnr Fridav faleht
at Balboa Stadium. Thus devel-
ops for Friday night an Inter-!
estlng battle for top scorlnpt
honors between the blgeest and
the smallest player in the
The Bulldogs, the champlon-
rMra baying.- Minna.
, airing t wopirf. 1
Mm Wm A4t.
BHS To Victory
ship already wrapped up since
their Friday night victory over
junior College, wasted no time
in neina to the front to pre
serve an undefeated season. Tne
core board read 20 to 14 in fa
vor of the visitors at the first
Quarter. Halttlme saw Cristobal
still within striking distance.
points off the. jace- ast Balboa
lea 30 to. za.. .; ,,. ,.
From the third stanza onward
It was all Balboa's game, the
Bulldogs piling on the power tc
soar to 65 to 42 advantage and
holding that lead throughout
tne rourth Quarter, wouna vo
with their 82 to 62 victory;"
Balboa High was In rare form
for their '56 finale. No record
was kept of attempted field
sroals. but it is known that they
did not miss many and their
record from the foul line was an
amazing 19 for 27.
The box score:
BHS fg M pf
Reece r. r. .7 1. ..4 2 2
Magee .. .. .. .... 0 0
32 19 23 32
Morris ',, .. ,,,. ..10
22 18 13 02
M More For OM
a Want M
' t ttpth4 In mny lolki
rf ki for vh'afttf von hevt
Kh. Yee mm imIim eutrliK eutrliK-mn4
mn4 eutrliK-mn4 thph M i f eaeiM Amris
Went Ad. .
Tonight at 7:ib the Junior
college oreen wave piays nost
to the Cristobal Tlgerr in the
Balboa Oym. in their last meet meeting
ing meeting the two teams fought to a
59-98 finish in favor of the Gold
If their Is any truth In the
old basketball axiom "the home
court is worth ten points" the
jeers should be in for their first
scholastic .victory of tht seasoa
The probable lineups are:
Corrlgan F ', '.
, : FOgel O V.-, I ;
Blackall Q, -Rigby
CrUtobal H gh
. Morris IT
I Smith F"'
Lowe Q : t
Palumbo O l'
In The Majors
' : r
(Based on 75 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE x
Flayer and Club r ab r h pet
Long, Pitts. 31 113 23 47 .409
!Kpuism, St. L. 27 92 20 36 J91
L walls, pitts. 28 84 15 31 ;369
2Eoyer,st. Louis 32 127 24 45 .354
J'Moon, St. Louis 32 116 25 41 -353
01 AMERICAN LEAGUE
1 1 Mantle,- N. Y. 34 128 36 51 .398
v I Maxwell, Det. 26 80 19 30 .375
0 1 Vernon, Boston 24 82 15 30 .366
1 eerra, N. Y. 30 116 22 41 .353
Kuenn, Detroit 31 126 18 43 341
, HOME RUNS
Mantle, New York 16'
Berra, Yankees 12
Ppst. Ped.egt II
Long, pirates ........... 11
Boyer, Cardinal 9
JablonaKl, Rediegs 9
Bauer, Yankees ......... 9
" RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yankee,- 36
Berra, Yankees ........ i 34
Long, Pirates ........... 32
Boyer, Cardinals 30
. Jablonski. Rediegg .27
Simpson, Athletics 27
-Tiy--' RUNS t
Mantle, Yankees ........ 36
Bauer, Yankees 27
Moon, Cardinals ,. 25
- Lopes, Athletics ,,.,,,. 25 -.
Boyer, Cardinals .24
Mantle, Yankees ......... 51
' Long, pirates ,,..,,.,.. 47
Boyer, Cardinals ........ 45
; Quenn, Tigers 43
Goodman, Red 8ox ..... 42
. (Based on 5 Decisions)
, W L Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs ... 5 0 1.000
Ford, Yankees I I .857
Lemon, Tnatans ..... r 1 57
Brewer, Red Sox ..... 5 I .833
Pierce, White Soz ... 4 1 400
CAMPING THE HARD WAY
SALT LAKE CITY (UP)
Two 11-year-old boys were picked
up for questioning after admitting
to police they had stashed a tent,
rifles, ammunition, sleeping bass
snd 380 cssh atop the Hotel Con.
gress in the heart of down town
Salt Lake City. The boys said the;
hauled the items to tbe roof witl
a rope hanging' over one wall. They
had planned to haul up dirt to
support1 the tent poles. They 'o'd
officers they panned to camp on
new York .
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N)
1 Only game scheduled.
St. Louis 000 000 0000 8 0
Pittsburgh 000 032 106 9 1 0
scnmmt (2-2), McDaolel and
Friend (7-2) and Folles..
(Night Qame) ?
Chicago 100O0112O-5 S 0
pnuadelpnia 000 400 0004 6
Hacker, Valentlnetti (M) and
Haddhi (l-j), r. Moon and
Milwaukee at Brooklyn
Cincinnati at New York
Miami Shuts Out
To leave II Cellar
NEW YORK. Mav U fI?PV
Seth Morehead and Don Csrdwell
flipped a nair of ahutouta it th
Columbus Jets Wednesday night
that lifted the Miami Marlins out
of the International League cellar
ana uho a sevenin-piace tie. .
Morehead set the' Jcta dnwn fln
four hits as the Marlins won the
opener, 5-0, and Cardwell limited
Columbus to five hits in the night
cap ior a i-v victory. Moreheaa's
triumph was his first after fmir
losses, while Cardwell, "picked up
ms imra win wiu a loss.
Ed Lopat gave up only three
hits in leading his Richmond Vir.
ginians to an easy 6-1 victory ov
er the Havana Sugar Kings, and
the Toronto Maple Leafs downed
the Rochester Red Wings, 6-1, in
other games. A scheduled gsms
between the Bisons and Royals at
Montreal was postponed because of
By winning the Virginians mov.
ea irora sixui w lourw in we
siaouuigs pai navana ana voiun
Beats Harold Carter
To Re!ain Rating
DETROIT. May 24 (UP
Johnny Summerlin. young fifth fifth-ranked
ranked fifth-ranked heavyweight who last
night handed seventh-ranked
Harold carter his second defeat
In 22 fights, asked today fnr a
quick shot at the four men rat-
ed aneaa of mm.
The 24-year-eld Detrolter
won a nnan'moni decUInn
ever Carter, 22, Linden; New
Jersey, after ten rounds.
Summerlin concentrated on a
body attack In the early rounds
and scored throughout the fight
with a combination of left-risiht
to the body and left hook to tne
Summerlin shook Carter no In
the fifth and seventh rounds. A
right knocked carter back in
the fifth but he recovered Quick
ly and went to the body on the
inside, in the seventh, Summer Summerlin
lin Summerlin had Carter hurt with two
left hooks but was too tired to
Sammeriin t'red badly in the
last five rounds and two judg judges
es judges rave Carter four of them,
while the other gave the
younr New Jersey belter the
seventh tbrouch the ninth.
Carter, who nad a record of
18 wins, two draws and one loss
to Wayne Bethea, who beat
Ezzard Charles Monday night
said he took tne bout on too
short notice. He replaced Bob
Satterfield, who claimed an in injured
jured injured elbow, onlv a ,week ago.
summernn weignea m ana
Carter 195. 6
. W t Pet GB
. .14 8 43S
. .19 13 .594
. .17 12 JM H
. .16 19 Mi 1
. .16 13 52 14
. .13 17 .433 3
, 9 19 ,.321
. .' 6 18 .308 8
New York at Detroit
Only game scheduled. .t t
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ft"
New York; 150 160 000-13 1TIS
Detroit 020 300 000 5 8 4
Coleman, orlm. Byrne (2-).
and Howard, V
Hoeft (33). Masterson. Brady.
Aber and Wilson. 1
(17 lnntoai) v ',
200 100 002 000 000 018 14 "O
300 000 02 00 000 02 7 U : I
Stone, chakalea, Orob (1-3).'
Pascual and Berberet, Courtney.
uitmar, oorman (i-n ana
100 010 000-J T-o
010 200 OOx-3 8 O
(o-i), Moor and
000 000 030-3 8 1
000U2 20x-8 IS ;0
(3-1), Kief, Hurjl
Mossl and Hegan,
Boston .. Afe R H Pe
Goodman 2b 4 0 0. 1
Malzone 3b ...... 3
Oemert If ....... 4
Zauchln lb ...... 4
Jensen rf 3
Plersall cf ....... 3
Buddin ss ....... 2
White c 4
Sullivan p 2
a -I ef c!o ,H. ....... .1
KWv p 0
Hurd p 0
3Q 3 6 24 10
8mlth, Tf-lf .,
ward If -lb
Totals 36 6 13 2V9
a Singled for Sullivan In 7th.
b Base on balls for Kiely In.
8th. . :
c Ran for Williams in 8th. ?
d Ran for Werta in 8th. .
Score By Inning
Boston 0O0 000 0303
Cleveland 000 112 2ta-6
SUMMARY Errors: Pler
sall, RBI: Werts, Busby 2f Avi Avila,
la, Avila, 8core, Plersall, Buddirf,
Busby, Ward. Stolen base; Bv Bv-by,
by, Bv-by, Jenwn. Sacrifice; ScoreL
Double plays: Regalado to Avila
to Werts 2, Carrasquel to Avl'a"
to Wertz. Left on base! Boston
iu, xieveiana 13. Bases jbw
balls: Sullivan 3. Hurd 2 stars
8, Mossl 2. SO.: Sullivan 2,
Hurd 2, Score 7, Mossl 1. Hits
off: Sullivan 10-6. Kiely 3-1,
Hurd 0-1, Score 6 in 7 1-2, Moss?
a In 1 2-3. Runs and earned
runs: Sullivan 4-3, Kiely 2-2
Score 3-3. Wild pitch:' Score
Passed ball: White. WP: Scort
(5-3). LP; 8ulllvan (3-1L
Todav incanio J2S .11
r -WAHOO! -.3115.69,: :
Anthonv Steele,' in
THE WOODEN HORSE"
' David Nlven. in
Bonnie Prince Charlie"
Today: IDEAL. M-JQ
. Glenn Ford, In.
"TERROR ON THE TRAIN
Esther Williams, in
I "PAGAN LOYE SONG"
; BAR SERVICE
W L Pet. C
. .23 11 478
. .19 13 .613 IV,
, .17 M"JCT'4.
..13 13 J00
. .15 15 ASA IVi
. .13 18 .419 8V
. .12 30 .373 10
;.wt43ttjt34 served to any one desiring It
the roof for tne summer..
WXSHINGTON. May 24 f UP)
.Howard Pyle,' administrative as assistant
sistant assistant fo President Elsenhower.
apologized last night for his Detroit
remans that "tne ngni 10 suuer a
on a of the joys of a free economy."
Pyle, who said he made the
'nff-hand" and "informal" com comment
ment comment to reporters in unemploy unemploy-mani
mani unemploy-mani nismieH rtptrnit last Monday.
lapqlogized to "anyone who; might
'nave Deen ouenaea. sv ...i
" t cclclint nrncirienHal IUWI eC'
tcUry Murray Snyder handed re reporters
porters reporters Pyle's statement shortly af af-iv..
iv.. af-iv.. whits House received a
te'egram of protest from AFL-CIO
vice presmenr waiter r.. ocuuih.
r "a..tvii Mid Pvle'i remark was
ati to Secretary of Defense
Charles E. wuson s iamous w.u
doa" story; Reuther alse said Pyle
had been guilty w cauous mteu
wmuii11 in rtisninff unemnloy-
irer.t troubles of the auto industry
while in Detroit for a meeting of
; ryle, former GOP Governor of
ii "vorv actively COn
tcv.ed" over the fact that Detroit
is having unemployment pruuicius.
Reuther, president of the United
a .... U7ntflv fTninn tnld Mr. 'l-
se-hower that Pyle, told the De
troit reporters: ..
"The right to suffer is one of the
iovs of a free .economy, just as
the right to prosper is. But Michi Michi-p:,n
p:,n Michi-p:,n will come out of it just as the
M rs arr doing now. 'jsv-,
i I ha Hlffarann h...
j end fishermen Is that women
never crag about the ones that
l::3 3:35 6:15 9:00 p.m.
. V.';uld YOU gamble yovr
sob's lift or your
am M-O-M tti pf4orm tl
' ICACKaOAHD JUMatl"
mn4 "TfMAL"! WMn ;
an mqh picture
";',:"'.':'-'fv !"V'' '''',
Hit Stmt Hitbmst
PRINCE RAINIER III
New Luxury Liner
Tha noui Oft '525' fnn nasaenffpr
liner Reina del Mar, outward
bound on her maiden voyage from
Liverpool, is due to arrive at Bris Bris-tobal
tobal Bris-tobal at 7 o'clock tonight.
The Pacific Steam Cavitation
Co. vessel was. granted the privi privilege
lege privilege of' using a commemorative
date stamp on her first trip,, and
the stamp will be used for the
cancellation of mail posted a a-board.
board. a-board. -'; ",; -'
The luxury liner, which has call
ed at France; Spain, Bermuda,
the Bahamas, Cuba and Colombia
since leaving England, was expect expected
ed expected to transit the Canal early to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and to dock at Balboa
where she will remain until her de departure
parture departure ofr Ecuador, Peru and
Chile tomorrow night. ,(
Aboard' the Reina is H. Leslie
Bowes,' managing director of PS
NC, who is making a tour of in
spection of the company's office',
in Central and South America..Tae,
Ecuadorean government recently
bestowed upon him the "Orden al
Memo"; with rank of comendador
Entirely air-conditioned, the lin
er has eicht decks and is equipped
With anti-roQ stabilizers, otner la
cilities include shopping centers,
hairdressing shops, open air
Of More Schools
For Canal Zone
' sound-conditioning program
?d for some of the older type
in tha Panol 7nn will K
m ait HIV 1MS wav T MWi
luiiued during the summer vaca
tion montns. wun tne mstaiiauon oi
acoustic material in the Balboa
Junior High -School, and the Gam-
boa, North Margarita ana Diablo
Heights Elementary Schools.
The wprk was begun last year
when sound proof matenaw was in.
stalled in the stairways and cell
ings of the hallways of the Diablo
Heitrhts Elementary School. Fur-
ther sound treatment of this school
will be done this summer with the
installation of acoustic celing and
linoleum floors in : some of the
Bids on the work are now being
solicited by the Zone Government
and are scheduled to be opened
the morning of June 1 in the Ad
ministration Building at Balboa
According to the specifications.
the work will Include the acoustic
treatment of the corridors and
stairs,. f the Balboa Junior High
School, the Gamboa Elementary
School and the North Margarita
AsDhalt tile floors and acoustic
tile' ceilings will be installed in
some of the classrooms of the Bal
boa Junior High School, the North
Margarita and Gamboa Elementa
The contract for theworkk will
be awarded to one bidder; who
must have the project completed
by August 31.
The Picture of the Yearl
f : ANIi
fReina del Mar'
swimming pools, a special chil children's
dren's children's deck1 with dining room.
playroom and open air paddling
pool with sand pit., i&e snip ac
commodates 766 passengers.
i '., ; (nil V' V'
Lale Zone Worker's
Bequest 01 $1,200 r
Swells Cancer Fund
Two contributions to the Canal
Zone Cancer Fund totaling $1,450
were announcea tnis wees.
A gift of $1,200 was received by
the Canal Zone Cancer Committee
from, the estate of a former Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal employe. The. bequest
wm mixta to the American Can
Iper Society and a check for. this!
-imuuui was ioiwiucu tv uiv v
nal Zone Cancer Committee. ?
A contribution of $250 in the
1956 Cancer Fund drive has been
received from Orchid Chapter No.
l. Order of Eastern Star. The Can
cer Fund is one of the projects of
the General Grand Chapter of, the
Eastern Star. :
The bequest of $1,200 was made
i .. 1.1 it: rAjA I
oy jL,eonaru c. iiuiuuuk, iicug iicug-ins
ins iicug-ins riivisinn Kmnlove who died in
Julv n( last year. This was the
first time that a bequest of this,
kind has ever been received by the
Canal Zone Cancer committee.: '.
In 'addition to the large contrW.
hntinn from sources other than
Government agencies in the Canal
7nno numppniifl v nrphminarv re
mvww, r : (
ports have been received from
Panama i.anai units uiaicauns ex
cellent support m the 1956 cam
paign. A iinai report nas oeen re-
i..xt Mm tha Panama Canal
J m.w 1
Print in o Plant shnwinff 100 Deri
cent parucipauon oy employes ui
Ike Tops List Of
10 Older Cit:-;ns
Outstanding In 56
NEW YORK. May 24 (UP) -President
Eisenhower. led the list
of the- "10 senior citizens of the
year" named today by the Ameri
can Geriatric Reserarch Founda
tion. .... ... 5
The foundation, specializing tn
reserarch on the health of older
persons, said the 10, all past 60
have inspired the nation with their
In addition to Mr. Eisenhower,
they were: Artist Grandma Mos
es; Thomas J. Watsonfounder of
the International Business Machin Machines
es Machines Corp.: Actress Spring Bying-
ton; actor Charles Coburn; Casey
Stengel,' manager of the1 New York
Yankees: author Carl Sandburg;
Scientist Vannevar Bcsh; actor
Edward G. Robinson and Charles
Silver, president of New York Ci
ty s Board of Education.
in Color and CINEMASCOPE
with ROBE&T KEITH STUBBY KAYE ;
B. S. PUUY JOHNNY SILVER
and THE GOLDWYN GIRLS
Written for the Screen
and Directed by i :
JOSEPH L MANKIEW1CZ
Music and Lyrics by FRANK LOESSER
Choreography by MICHAEL HDD
Photographed in EASTMAN COLOR
DUtribuied by M-G-M
' EDITOR'S NOTJirTbU' h
the ninth in a series of 10 ar articles
ticles articles on cancer prepared by
the' medical members of the
Canal Zone Cancer Commit Committee;.;
tee;.; Committee;.; ; i '-,',;,',' ;;' I
f :. : .,
"The biggest new field opened
up since' the war Is trie use of
radioactive materials. Most ii of
these are' made, artificially ra
dioactive In an atom. pUe."
Such substances are exten extensively
sively extensively used In reseafch as trac
ers, if a radioactive vitamin is
given a patient Its movement
m the body can be traced witn
a Oeiger counter. Such fub fub-stances
stances fub-stances aid In diagnosis..:: :
' For. example, arsenic concen
trates in brain cancers, and with
radioactive arsenic these can be
located even beneath the skull,
, Also radioactive substances
are used in the treatment of
cancers of the blood, bone and
thyroid eland. Radioactive co
balt makes a powerful type of
A-Ray macmne, but one wnicn
cannot be turned off.
A second newly-opened field
of research is that of the effects
of natural body substances on
cancers. Hormones and enzymes
are substances used by every
cell of the body, in varying
Quantities. Some cancer cells
have been found different from
normal, cells in their utilization
of some of these substances, and
researchers are trying to find
out why. This is one of the most
important of r all ; lines or re research.,
search., research., f, "Si
Drugs and chemicals, artifi artificial
cial artificial substances, have since the
war been giving, increasing at-
Curiously. thU started with
the observation that mustard
gas, a terrible weapon, of war.
had some effects which might
be of beneficial use. since then,
there have been developed oth
er similar compounds whlcn
have more nd more effect on
By now, thousands of chemi
cals have been tried and -some
give promising results. A few
will cure certain cancers In ex
- Some scientists believe mat it
Is this approach gives the most
hope of a significant break breakthrough
through breakthrough against cancer.
In one sense, everything is
new in cancer research. The
completion of every project
raises two Or three more ques
tions, requiring as many more
Every avenue of approach has
some promise of future benefits.
' The problems are so many
that there is no field of study
which is not related, in some
way, to cancer research.
l .. .1,vv-i",. ,.v-4 v;v ..;.;.
BOSTON, May 24 (UP)
Identical twin sisters rom Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma underwent a rare kid kidney
ney kidney transplant today in an ef-
lort to save one oi mo wis
with two diseased kidneys..,
It was the first time In medi medical
cal medical history that the operation
hrt hAn Atipninted ii Don worn
en, though it has been perform
ed successiuuy on maie iwuis.
. Th 9n-vea.r-olrt twins: both
recent brides, ar Mrs. Wanda
Foster of Chandler, Okla., and
Mrs. Edith Helm of S and
Springs, Okla. They were wheel wheel-eH
eH wheel-eH into the ODeratln? room at
Peter Beat Brlgham Hosplta!
Surgeons attempted to trans transplant
plant transplant a good kidney from Mrs.
Foster to replace one of the two
diseased organs of Mrs. Helm.
The twd pretty sisters arrived
here a month ago and have been
undergoing tests to determine
if the operation was feasible.
Two sets of identical male
twins have, had successful
transplants at the hospital The
first operation of its kind was
performed on the Herrtck twins
of Northboro, Mass., In Decem December
ber December 1954. Ronald donated a kid kidney
ney kidney to his brother Richard.
Louis and Jesse Heilman of
Washington, D.C., underwent
the transplant last year. Louis
is still at the hospital for addi additional
tional additional surgery.
DETROT. May 24 (UP) Hen-
ry Ford II told Ford stockholders
today they can expect no economic
upswing in 1956 but "the lone term
future for our, industry and for
l,.im sO 1 i. .1.-1..
bright and promising to me."
Ford gave about 3000 of the 319.-
000 stockholders his economic an
alysis and then "very frankly"
talked about the drop m value of
ford stock since it was offered
for public sale last Jan. 18.
"The failure of sales to in increase
crease increase seasonally from March
forward indicated that volume for
the rest of the 1936 model year
would be lower than even the re-
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1956 Economic Upswing
duced estimates made in the ear early
ly early part of v the year." he said
"Looking to the remainder of
1956 it seems unlikely that the gen
eral economy will expand marked markedly,"
ly," markedly," he said. v ; : i
"Automotive production, now at
low levels compared 4o 1955, will
remain a negative factor at least
until the last Quarter."
Bu Ford saw at least four signs
for an economic upturn:'
1. He said industry plans for
building expansion are higher' by
$2-Vi billion than even the huge
estimates maae oeiore this year.
z. mere is aa expected rise in
government spending at 1 o e a L
state and federal levels for schools.
hospitals, highways and other pub public
lic public works. ...
.3. "Residential construction,
which had been declining, appears
to have stabilized in r e c e n t
Ad I ah Estes:
mtamt. May 24 (UPV Adlal
Stevenson and Sen. Estes K K-fanvr
fanvr K-fanvr nemonratic nresldential
hopefuls, are not "kissing cous
ins" any longer. ... ; .. .-
Since their chummy television
debate' here Monday night the
pnnt.0ct.Ants fnr Florida's 28 na
tion convention, delegate .votes
have started to criticize earn
other's campaign methods. ,.
: TVi. rnnrttriatps started On
busy handshaking and speaking
tours today. Kauver neaaea
through middle Florida while
Stevenson concentraiea on w
vote-heavy greater Miami- area.
Ketauver yesteraay, cnucis cnucis-ed
ed cnucis-ed Stevenson for failing to
denounce a Stevenson deleaatf
who had labeled Kefaaver a
"sycophant" to the Negro and
union vote, ,
I'm surarised that Mr. Stev-
pnsnn wmild stand hv and allow
that kind of scurrilous, vlclcus
attack to be made witnout a
vitrnrmiB nrotest." Kefauver said.
Later he blasted Stevenson for
his social security and oia age
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' CLAIRE THELMA
4. If the Federal reserva svatem i
acted '-with wisdom m its"1 credit
controls,"- the money should be
available for the expanded invest investment
ment investment and buying needed to main maintain
tain maintain and improve the economy,
Ford aaid'hi firm anent 41 R7R'.
000,000 for new facilities during-the
1946-1955 period. He said $592,000, $592,000,-000
000 $592,000,-000 was earmarked for 1956 and
S4W,0UU,UOO. lor 1957, r i
' la his disenssioa of the stock,
Ford said he already had been
ashed many questions in corres correspondence
pondence correspondence from shareholders con concerned
cerned concerned about the drop from the
$64.S opening price to as low as
$54.38 a share.'' :. r
Ford went to great pains Ho ex explain
plain explain the stock was sold by the
Ford Foundation, not the Ford
fa mil v. and the nrirc timm anH
other terms of sale were decided
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pension record, saylrig he vetoed
pcuoiuu uitrqase put wnue jm
was Oovemnr . a v.
' Stevenxori mMnnthiw' m
uauivounviiie uere vision BUOience
that he wn uttu
rnitli.AnbJIL 1 i t. .i
' MU iauui,bia tn
j the "campaigning methods, ot
uie oenator a Dacxers.
i Frankly I am at little frrU
tated and resentful of the
scurrilous literature published
by supporters of my opponent
perhaps without his knowl knowl-edre."
edre." knowl-edre." Stevenson rut rrrt a mm.
nhlets heinar MstrtymtmA kv v-
. J Iku-
Ifauver campaign workers which
Mwigiy criticize me Illinois
Governor's record on nM air
Ren. Rnhert T. Rlfra rn.ia
One Ot fitevenxnn'a annnnrtara'
!was even more bitter.
"Thla mmnhlt la flllt ,tth
erroneous statements, untruths
ana nan trutns," Slices said.
"This vicious attack on Gov.
Stevenson first turned up In Ca California
lifornia California and now It ha. tnrnA
up in St. Petersburg."
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by the Ford Foundation director
ana tne investment bankers.
He -said at the Jan a muHu
with investment unrirwritpr ha
had "-stated my personal concern
aoout tne .'wishful thinking" oi
some people that the stock would
immediatly -jump in- value.
He told the stockholders his "con-
m0 VMVUK HO UJ Ul
long-term future of the company
ana tne vaiue ot tneir investment.
Ernest R.. Breech, rha irman aI
the board, disclosed there wer
319,000 owners of Ford stock as ol
April 12, and, 309,000 of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders were individuals, with 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 trusts, foundations, colleges
and universities, other institutions,
stock brokers and others.
Breech said the objective of wide
distribution '."was fully realized"
with 188,000 -or 60 per cent ol
the individuals ownino- in
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