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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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De'laGuardiaWins;
To Gef Credentials
As President-elect
Ernesto de la Cuardia, Jr. of the National Patriotic
Coalition will receive hit credentials at President-elect of
Panama at a ceremony Sunday morning tn-the National
Assembly chamber, it was announced today. :
At press time today only 15 precincts In the Province
of Panama ; remained to be counted by the Provincial
"Jury, it is estimated that these wilf be completed by late
this afternoon and the official "count by the National
Electoral' Jury later on tonight. ,,,,'-

The ceremony Is scheduled lor
10 a.m. with D'. .Bernardino
Gonzales Ruiz, president of toe
. vTinnni ciBffnml 1 Jury, pre-

sentine- the credentials to tne
Na&' "patriotic Coalmen!
candidate and the wo elected,
fTlXhe"nnouncement said it la
Guardla will speak overa na,
. Am, roHin hnokun Mmmetti-

WM the?end of ycounting
end separation, of votes east in

during tne ay ?r z.?
la Guardla was leading his rl rl-:n,
:n, rl-:n, T.ihuni party s Victor

j- Goytia by votes-54,-102
to 42,788 votes.
The overaU to a for the W9
precincts completed so I ar
was 113496 votes for de la
GuardiaT ,442 for Goytla-

an advantage m
CPN candidate.
The Panama provtaclal Jury
is scheduled to begin counting
the ballots cast for .AsemWJ:
.SSimates:
i ,ntP r-ast iOr oresi-

j . ) ,nr s are that tne

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April Increase

In Living Cost
Hilces Wages

TIT A CUTWftTriM It art ?i'TTP

The cost of living rose slightly

last month, automatically gw-

However, some observers are, on!mSii,lcfi

if th. nnlnlnn that tntal WOcr pcmijr-u-uuui

mount of votes cast for the leg- grease. we governmen npw

slaUve seau were greater man w ; V f

the number cast for presidents.

Soma Panama provincial Ju

rors' have' reported that several
envelopes contained only ballots
for Assemblymen and none for

president, v They also reported

some cases where CPN ballots!

lor assemblymen ana Liberal!

ballots for president were found

in the same envelope. N

. The Bureau of Labor Statis

tics said its consumer price in

Ike Denounces Gommunism
As Cruel, Godless Failure

WAPn Th: Mav .2S VP House statement on foreign poll

President Eisenhower denounced cy and Mr.' Eisenhower, on tne
world Communism today as a "gi- basis of this prepared text, seem-

gsnuc failure" and advised tne.ea to oe moving cauuouuy,

Iron Curtain people to "walr fear

lesslv in the fullness of human

freedom" behind the leadership of

the West.

Mr. Eisenhower In the academ

ic background of Baylor Univer University,
sity, University, proposed as an antidote to
world tensions the creation of a

worldwide belt of technical and

scientific schools to provide "i

ireat two-way' avenue of commu-

d?.2!!JS"ViS 0lSM.J'nicaUon between the East ; and

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orr
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i the prov-

Ilayy Brass Pledges
Public Probe Into
Recruifs Collapse

' GREAT LAKES. IH.. May 25

(UP) Rear Admiral Emmett
Forrestel said today that "nothing

will be hidden in the Navy's in investigation
vestigation investigation Into the death of a 17-year-old
recruit following a rifle
drifl. : J ,.--! j ':
Maurice' G. Everett, 17, of Me
Kenzie. Tenn collapsed in bar

racks-Tuesday and died a few
hours later. He had been drilling

and performing other duties on

a hot-day. A preliminary medical
report located his death stem

mod froiu 1 it sr

marking the second

monthly increase.

Bureau Commissioner Ewan
Clagne added that the outlook
la for a further rise In food
prices and perhaps some oth
er Items during the summer.

He hesitated to predict fur further
ther further increases in the overall In Index,
dex, Index, but said he does not look
for any decline for the next few
months. '.
The cent-an-heur pay In In-'
' In-' crease goes to workers In the
. auto, farm eauioment and a'r-

craft Industries under cost-of-living
escalator clauses tn
their wage contracts. The in increase
crease increase becomes effective with

the first pay period in June.

Mr. Elsenhower flew here early

today to accept an honorary de

gree from Baylor. He piannea to
fly back tb Washington immediate

ly after the ceremony, j
This was a long-advertised White

An av
a t

Household Gobdsj
Clothing Going

On Block Tonight
Household goods and clothing In

eluding everything from table lin linens
ens linens to sterling silver and from

sports shirts to evening slippers
will be put on the auction block in

productivity pay Increase oMte m ,mong
"iJfXL? K Fope to ie sold by auc-
whichever is higher. . th Cristobal Storehouse by

The bureau saw us : Apru .. r.mnm.

The sale will start at 6:30 p.m.

today and-will continue until 175

He was indignant about Com

munism, but shook out the west western
ern western banner in manner to en
courage Iron Curtain country
defection from the Russian orbit.

He called world Communism

"cruel, intolerant and atheistic," a
doctrine of "lure, intimidation and
force."

. "Communist Is, in deepest sense,
a gigantic failure," he said.
He attempted to encourage the

aspirations of people still pinned!
down behind the so-called Iron

Curtain of Russian influence.
The Chief Executive said that
beyond the Iron Curtain there are
"hundreds of millions moved by

their religions and aspirations of
freedom" that cannot be answer

ed merely by more steel ana Dig-

He said that behind the Soviet

curtain there are millions or peo

pie who "stiH seek a reward that

IS Dcyonu muirey t- naw w pv-

er; still dream ot ine uar ma. uij

will walk fearlessly in the cuuness

of human freedom."

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Air

Chief Admits

Difficulties

' (NBA Telephoto)
DEFENDS SERVICES Pres President
ident President Eisenhower listens to a
questlolT at his Washington,
news conference where he
defended the righ of the
Armed Services to argue -mong
themselves on the best
way to protect the country.
But he said these arguments
should not be. conducted In a
manner to alarm the nation.

orlre index stood at 114.9

v c t rf ti.e l 17-49 averase.
li v i .' rf t" f'T

per
This

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Ptrly C:cciJ$. ; :

JrsaoMiPOT

. J 1 t IS l'
! I or ho .i t .i
at least a week.

Ofticers of the Great

I v.-1'JL

. vv niomin? at
Uaiue throiiga the

541 lots

With Soviet Jets

. WASHINGTON, May 25 (UP)-The nation' air de de-fense
fense de-fense commander said today that present air force fight

er planes cannot fly high or fast enough to intercept Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's inter-continental jet bomber, the Bison.

But Gen. Earle E.. Partridge told a Senate subcom

mittee on air power that the Air Force has some better

supersonic fighters and a new air-to-air guided missile ;

coming along. These, he said, can adequately cope with

the Russian long-range bomber force.

Jle said the missile, called the Falcon, and one of

the fighters, the F-102, now are coming into operational

use. By the end ot 1958, he added, the Air Force also will
have the even better. F-101 and f-104 fighters in large
numbers.

Partridge said the Russians now are capable of

launching "hundreds of bombers" in an attack against

this country.

v-1 .tt-olu-day unul tii remaining

Lakes iBf1 fy., is, .iv.tentha f I ,r? usP???a. t .t r.. i.u.u

uon in arm penoa. M 1,0,,,-hnlil innliance. nd

Jackson said the youth had been d,D

furtber tbla summer.

assigned to Company 800B. a re

training company for trainees who
are "below then military stan standards.''
dards.'' standards.'' He said this amounted to

The bureau also reported that

less than disciplinary action, snd,- r'rj:

that Everett was assigned to the h ticnr. n-tn at a
company because he had shown March figure to S71.M a

week.

The ; decline reflected auto

i ,., ) ffram. said that Everett had not

.JZZX irt4 for two Lon- unaergoin5 aiscipimary ac- Q t wld c for new

don debutantes last n Igb ; turn turn-Stato
Stato turn-Stato "Jumping-ta'-i party wr
high spirited Ruests aboard the

Wa?d anTa poice launch stood
g to fish upF guests who wen
swimming in the Thames in full

' wealthy Mrs. n.
the celebration In honor of her
i5!yelr!old twin daughters, Fel-1
Icity and (Penelope, who were
presented at court in March.
Borne 300 : guests lammed a a-board
board a-board the 19-W motor vessel
inThoredVar Albert Brtdgeln
London's arty Chelsea District
Th. nortv warmed up to tne

tune of popping champagne
corks. One guest suggested
i iith nAt im a $14 WS-

iun wearing his bowler hat,
,the evening-dressed blade walk-
1-fW- niaV The 20-year-old

' Duke of Kent heaved a Me pre

server ana nauiea nw r'"

Teh aeOUianies acreanica

his understanding of military ac

Uon was below normal.' -

m'ueh-the Sn 'SJS
porters "I would like to emphasise work weeks in some other In-.

that we will cover nothing up. if.ausuiea. x . ,

However, the April average

stiy was a record high for tne
month.

vThe bureau said April brought

substantial Increases In prices
of meats, poultry," fish, v fruits

and vegetables.
"Other increases were reported
for household .operation cosU,
rents, movie admissions and tel television
evision television sets.'

as the investigation proceeds any anything
thing anything culpable or any evidence of I

malpractice is developed, it will
be run down and nothing will be

hidden," He said there was no

such evidence as yet.
, , -, t -;;.-r V
Air Force Defies
Jcp Court Right
To Grab US Pay

-nviiv ninert hack aboard.

; i A police launch moved along alongside
side alongside at that point but there
were no further dunklngs and
no arresU, ; ...
' : 'isHi'.-:
MidgetGIown
Suffers Fotal;;f
HeartAttack

r LANCASTER. Pa.., May 25 (UP)

--Johnnie Bodonshi, a -" midget

clown with the Cristiani Bras.
Cirrus, suffered a fatal, heart at-

tack yesterday while performing
in the children's ward at Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster General Hospital. Bodonghi,
53, of Sarasota, Fla. was teaming
with two other clowns when strick stricken.
en. stricken. He cam to this country from

his native Italy in 1934. t

Army vs McCarthy
4 TV Trinl lawyer

uuicers at we ureal a k e s plliflflv tn

Naval Training Station here held p nt-ift food prices. Cilt-uS:fiB. be

Charles B.' Jecleo'nanS

officer of the recruit training pre-i;t&tiEd level at, Tm' wrrung
mm uU k. sr.H h.i P l leaQer '"f' m and dressers. f

' Th itomi have been divided in

to lots snd a certain group of lots
will be put up for sale each hour.
The time schedule for' the auction
is printed in the auction catalog

avaiblable at the Storehouse.

Bollb 01 Deadly
Polio Virus Breaks,
Exposes 10 Workers

WASHINGTON, May 25 (UP) -A
bottle of deadly polio virus
broke aboard a Capital Airlines
plane here last night exposing St
least 10 airline employes to pos

sible infection, t v
The plane was grounded In Pitt'
cWoh tip the accident was be

latedly discovered. On the advice

of Dr. Jonas E. Salk, everyone
hn had been near the virus was

given immediate injections of gam

ma glODUlp ana saiK vaccine.
ToionivUwn nasaensers were a

hnard thr nlane for part of lu

flight from Baltimore, Md.fi to
Pittsburgh. But airline officuls
said they were in no danger since
the bottle broke in a baggage com-
paitaentj;,, :?; 'r'.
The virus was part of a large
eniuienment beine Shipped from

Parke, Dav4s and Co. of Detroit
tn Johns Hookins University in

Bltimore. Tt was to be used tor re

0

"Between now and 1958." he

said, "any attack by the Russians
involvine laree numbers of jet air-

ii .. j ...I.:

eran wouia give us auiiciuues

from an operational point of

The four-ttir gntral said that
at.pratant Rustian t anginas
(r mnr pswrful fhn eurt and

Slightly igptiior."'
Parirififfp said the overall air

force oroeram for continental de

fense, including radar detection

systems, has a $61' billion price tag.

Thin would orovide protection a-

gainst manned bomoers oniy ana

not against ocean-spanning ni
sites. :- i A ; s -' v.

The oroeram caned for expend!

ture of about $4 billion a year for

1S vr. 1951-1965.

But he said that "very little of

this has been spent; the big costs

still lie ahead."

Tha Army addad a naw span

armistice REPORT After meeting with President Elseh Elseh-hw5r
hw5r Elseh-hw5r 2 White blouse, Defense secretary Charles E. WUson

as neni u auiu. aiuiui n""i -.

be "dangerous.'

of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

OnHorse Haylift Did The Trick;
Elijah, Returns Fat, Sassy, Blase

TW.11n.nfr ft! Ana with Ti6W Cftt

V' mmmm aV."H --.

nllv as the crowd tossed another fTOKYU, May zs (ur) tb; prlceg were 8maU household ap ap-pny
pny ap-pny a t w u.T-.-iiiD. S. Au" Force, has challenged u-... ,h..t fnoi. .mi i-lnth-

euesi into wib ui... ---- .... . T., -

SESgd up bfa'siaunch and the right of Japanese civ court;
PL,- 3L?lLX .hnrd. v to confiscate the pay of an Amer-i

Gaitskell Finds .:
US More Relaxed

LONDON, May 2S (UP)" Brit-

ican serviceman, it was reported

today.- ': t
A Fukuoka district I court held
Capt Lincoln MacKay, liaison of

ficer of the Itazuke Air Base, per-

sorallj- responsible for the "ille-
II. JI I T

?aA.v",sc""" S. A""!. "J'"ne!! i,i Tihnr nartv leader Hunh Gais- ,i,h nurnoses

worhtre. urueieu jnacnay w I ,,Tj" l:. V u

. .1 I .L.i aain m m. Brrivai iiuiuc uwm in IV aMiiiiicLuu. 11 Tfixm iU.iidivi

J?"J7 -C"J l"uli"VB,"","'!; Wn tn tha United States yester- from the inbound Detroit plane

c uui u. vwu y- 1.- An1n.am.pi..r. relation. i- s-HaM 171 hmmd fnr Baltimore

mg me couns injunction mai ne j v;v "ns:r.r,:ti,.

nhira hpm : are preiiy gtwu. ana rinsuurgu. oiiuiuj .n..
L.1?!--J ... ij .u- 1 I Uhinment waa unloaded in BalU-

.a,m'F."Aui"w: h. Bew.men at- London m it was learned that one of

Grounds that they w memter. Airport he found the Unrted the titles had been broken dur
grounds tnat uie eie memoers ,Hitllrt. inward internal I in th transfer in Washington.

l,?S.BSt attaSa SSe7"more relaxed than Tta plane had already taken off

;.Air Force authorities h.-.h OTaZefhlffi

inai ine Japanese cuuri wiea- m. "T"7 ---T elVi. H. vmmult that

Say o AjrSxS.Mi e neutral they should. .he plane be grounded in Pitt Pitt-pay
pay Pitt-pay oi American per,wlbe tUowed to be neutral," he said, sburgh for decontamination.

BUENA VISTA, Colo., May 25-i
(UP)i-EUjah the renegade pack pack-horse
horse pack-horse was down in civuwaUon to today
day today 'Irom the -windswept 13,000 13,000-foot
foot 13,000-foot 'mountain ridge where he
spenC the winter. ..
He was J'l at and sassy and ap

parently blase" about the orass
band welcome given him by yue-

na Vista- . ; .,

A rescue party leo oj m

Bill Turner, owners ot tne snaggy

animal, brought Jsnjan pown x

th. nmvhound SUmmil 01 WW

Harvard yesterday aner
day battle against drifts 10 to 15

The ey turned tut te graat
the harae last night, alone with
tha high school band.
...... i. Mirauah the street of the

mountain town, Elijah was bad.
dtd .down or the night. Ha was
put m a Irvek for a trip te Danvar

Fred Hargis, vfce president of
the local Chamber of Commerce
who helped arrange the parade,
said "you'd think he'd be a uttle
wild after all that time up there
but he didn't flick an eye when
the band started playing:" t
Elijah is- in for more fanfare

when he arrives in uenver. uiu-

ciala at Centennial race track plan

to put the horse on display in an two imali fractures in

stall during me quariei

VelderVhoToppied

From Bridge Ladder
Said In Good Shape

Frank' W. Van Home of Balboa,
whn fppJ 30 feet from a ladder

while working under the Miraflo Miraflo-res
res Miraflo-res Bridee yesterday morning,

was considered to be in good con

dition today at Gorgas Hospital.

His injuries nave Deen usieu as

me

te the simmering faud between
tha military services by request-
ing authority te operate its own
long-range planes.
Army research officers also hint. "V

ed today that the Army is develop-
ing a new family of tanks capable j

oi iirmg atomic sneus. 1
They warned that r""!T-'-Vaj
embaiknd on a vast modernize-'..'f
tion program' to prcpaie its. ar army
my army for "offensive atomic-age war---fare.''
, t ..
Officers showed the Senate mil military
itary military appropriations subcommittee
models of the 'new tanks as they
sought to justify the research and
development budget for the com coming
ing coming fiscal year.
The new tanks light, medium
.and heavy are being developed
to replace tanks developed after;
World War. II and during the Ko Korean
rean Korean War.
Maj. Gen.. A. P. O'Meara, depu depu-fy
fy depu-fy chief of research, said the new
tanks would be lighter, more effi

cient, have more range and have

'much more powerful guns."
Tha hint that the guns might
be able to fire atomic shells was
dropptd In answor te a uattlon
if the tanks would be able te fire
shalli with atomic warheads.
O'Meara said he could not dis

cuss the question in open session

since it Involved classified informa information.
tion. information.

The only army gun now known
to be able to fire an atomic shell ia

the 280mm. atomic cannon. Heavy

tanks now mount 120mm guns.

hnnnr

horse racing season, which opens

tonignt., V,.
Elijah came to national atten attention
tion attention last March when an airline
pilot apotted him stranded on the
lofty ridge. He was kept alive by

a volunteer man oi nay. vunu na nations
tions nations from all parts of the country
kept the one-horse haylift going
thrniiffhniit the soring.

d 1-" U..

Elijah, named tor uie : proynei
fed from the air by ravens in the
.iiHgii wai known as "Bugs

before he was rechrlstened. The
Turners said he fled to the hills

nmit me last lau "oecause ne

hated Women and automobiles.".

Newspaper Admits
Anti-Reds Killed
30.000 Since War

VIENNA, May 25 (UP) A Pol

ish Communist newspaper admit admitted
ted admitted yesterday that anti-Communist
underground fighters have
killed 30,000 secret police, party
officials and soldiers since World
War IL

harlr and Dossible rib fractures.

The 44-year-old American weld

er mi knocked off a concrete col

nmn hv a vertical ladder which

- - t . i .j

iwuna outwards aner ne uurucu

ot the brackets holding it in place

Po ice said van tiorne misseu

hitting his head against a con-

Hi. fad was cush oned by LONDON, May 25 (UP) Se Sees.
es. Sees. His fau was eusmpnea ny; pmi Nik0,.. Buleanm has

grass-covereo V.-"" Itav te Ar Scretarv Nieel Birch

soggy from, a neavy ; 11 Boyal Air Force offi.

US, British Air
Chiefs invited
To Russia

'Hiroshima Maiden' Dies Six Hours After Plastic Surgery

vrw vadit ok mv fine hnne a fain for the beauty they

a the Himshima maidens" died, lost during the hiatoric. leveling of

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i if heart ettseir is st nieni auruiE mrosmiua vu vauou a uuunu

NEW YORK. May zs (UK) huraani7arian iurgery to remove' Some were so hideously disfigur disfigur-Joseph
Joseph disfigur-Joseph N. Welch, Boston attorney WS.37l5 bv the ed they lived the lives of recluses

whose eoionui defense oi tne ai- .r,-.f-; tt- the nieturesaue citv that rose

again from the rubble. .

"It seems impossible to recover

"""Tn JhXvUed Tv.rar- world's first atom bomb raid.

thv hearings attracted nation-wide. v,
..;..; h.. k... ..meii wm Tomako NakabSyashl, 26,

J .ther 1 veaT 7 x hours after the plastic surgery

died!

TteMaJF ttwa, her!thebeu that nature gave to mKl

mittce

in

stitution

and the nation's basic

he -,. -ne nf K Jananese airls ceotion upon their arrival one year

. .. . -- J k. m m m in.

ens" by a sympathetic public, they

were warmly received everywnere
and taken in to American homes

to "live whHe they awaited their

turns at the hospital's overcrowd overcrowded
ed overcrowded operating room.

Nine of the girls, the surgery on
their faces and necks completed,
were to anon return ta Jaoan.

Miss Nakabavashi was one of

the 16 girls remaining to receive

some 30 operations from the skill skilled
ed skilled American surgeons who donat donated
ed donated their expensive services.

nf av and lauehlne dispositions, (bring

despite the painful healing of the

scar tissue oi ineic iac, uicy em em-died
died em-died nursing, beauty operating
courses and other trades and
crafts. Some studied braille so as

to be able to teacn in Japanese
institutions for the blind.
Pliant nf the SirlT WM fltSt

brought to attention by Norman
Cousins, editor of the Satufday Re

view of Literature, wno viu m
mihimi in 135.1.

. nrffanizinc and arranging to

them

to the United States

waa the work of the American-Japanese
Committee, the Hiroshima
Peace Center Associates and the
U.S. Air Force. :-' '
"We suffered in Hiroshims, one
nf tha eirls said. "We took terrible

destruction, but we- should -have

reentflnee Instead nf hate.,fr

Recently, a group of the girls
went to Washineton to express

their "official gratitude" to the U U-nited
nited U-nited States for the treatment they

had, received.

. They said the ladder swung out outward
ward outward because its tension was re released
leased released when Van Home burned off
the second of two metal brackets
hnMinif it in nlace. As he was

ir-neked nff the column. Van Home;

reached Vamly for a guaro rau on

a catwalk surrounding me i-uimuu,
police added.--::. ;-';:y.
Motorboat Driver

Caught Without
License; Pays $5

Mostly tt Is car owners who
get caught without the proper
licenses or inspection certlfi-
eft tes 1 1
Today It was the owner of a
maU motor boat who had failed

tn enmniv with the law was

facing the Balboa Magistrate on

two charges. .
Var drivinff hU boat In Mad

den Lake without a license, Ro.
drieues Rodriguez, 33-year-old

Panamanian, was uneu

an additional cnarae oi iau

lni tn Viflve a certificate ot In

spection was also lodged against

him. For mis ttoanguea wm
en a 10-day suspended Jail sen sen-tenre
tenre sen-tenre nn tha condition he nave

the hnat tnsnected within the

next three days.

cers to visit Russia next month,

the government announced today.
Informed sources said the invj,
tation probably will be accpted.

but a final decision has not yet.

been made.
The invitation apparently is con connected
nected connected with a similar invitation te
Gen. Nathan F. Twining, US. Al.r
Force chief of staff, and other top
American air officers to attend.
June 24 Soviet air celebration us
Moscow.
The State Department said the
invitation to the Americans "is uiw ,.
der consideration at the Penta

gon.

Zone Armed Forces
Will Honor Arias

At June' 30 Review

United States armed forces sta

tioned in the Canal Zone will hon.

or Panama's President Ricardo A A-Has
Has A-Has E. with a joint military re review
view review on June 30 at Albrook Air
Force Base, it We announced to today
day today in a combined release from
the Panamanian coVernment and

Headquarters Caribbean Command.

Details will oe releasee law
concerning the units which will re
present the U. S. Army, Navy,
Marine Corps and Air Force, and
the time and arrangements for the
public to attend-the review.

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BIG BUSINESS AND BIG BOOS

Sir:

There is nothing like & eood loud boo to answer a political

argument. This was shown recently In Washington when a TV

panel, Meet the press, moderated oy wwrence sspivas, sppesreu
before 3500 members of the Chamber of Commerce of the Unit United
ed United States.
The panel was composed of Leonard Hall, chairman of the
Republican national committee and Sen. Barry Goldwater, for

t the GOP and Paul M. Butler, chairman of the Democratic na na-i
i na-i tional committee and Ben. John F. Kennedy for the "Party of
Treason.''.
Goldwater started the fireworks by saying that Walter
!' Reuther, president of the United Automobile Workers, did not
speak for the rank and file of his union when he supported the
Democratic Party. The following is quoted from The New York

"We Republicans are against the Idea of compulsory, dues
collected from union members to support the Democrats when
a sizable percentage of union members are Republicans,' the
Senator said. m
"How does Senator Goldwater know how the rank and file

j feel? Mr. Butler Interposed. "Does he think it more whole whole-!
! whole-! Anmp tn have average citizens contribute or does he prefer the

I contributions of vested interests?" v hi briefed on recent findings of
! Fighting off interruptions, Mr. Butler went on to declare jtheir staff members. They will

i that the Rockefeller family gave $94,000, the Du ponts $74,000, j decide whether or not to

the Pews of Pennsylvania $65,000. the Mellons $36,000 and H. R launch a thorough-going investiga-

Labor News
And
Comment :

Strip Tease

This columa his been prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel's stalt iol iol-kowing
kowing iol-kowing a bedside conference with
the stricken columnist)
Just about a month hpfnra i

lured hood splashed sulphuric acid
into my eyes, no less famed a fig figure
ure figure than Dave Beck, head of the

migmy .teamsters Brotherhood,

appeaiea to ue federal govern government
ment government for physical protection.

What ugly mob Beck had antau-

uuu,cu wc vauuui uuw say, out uu
unique request Is a clue to the

enormity of the power vested in
the "second government" the un

derworld's own crime cabinet

that reaches into city after city
and industry after industry across
the nation. ..'

. However, the nubile may yet et

& I : . 1 1 r i i

a gumpse oi uus larcenous syaai
cate if a new tough Senate com

mittee decides to move in and rip

open the shooting-iron curtain that

has shrouded the activities and

connections of the big-time bums.

This group of Senate probers is

even now debating the step. They

are the members of the Perma Permanent
nent Permanent Investigations Committee,

headed by Sen. John McClellan

of' Arkansas. This, week they will

fniion S3 nnn toward the Renublican 1952 campaign.

Mr. Splvak interrupted to ask Mr. Butler if the Democrats
were unhappy when they received heavy contributions from
"the Raskobs. This was a reference to John J. Raskob, Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic national chairman in 1928; who gave and raised money
for the Alfred E. Smith Presidential campaign.
Mr. Butler's response, in which he said he would like the
Arizona Senator to match the Raskob contribution with the
substantial donations from wealthy Republicans was drowned
out by a chorus of booing. When the noise subsided ttr. Butler

said with sarcasm: ... ; ;
"I thank my fellow Americans for the right to express my myself."
self." myself."
Boos again rose when Mr. Butler shouted that no forced
contributions-were being collected for the Democrats.
ThPv died down as he said that "any man who makes such

I faiiniMt'ihnv hi Is hltteriv and oatentlv ocnosed to or-

ganized labor in this country and knows that the statement
isnt so." V :.f -, v. V.V
" I don't know what Sen. Goldwater knows about the "rank
"and file" of union labor, but I do' know that' there are quite a
few Republicans in local labor organizations and,, if they have
been pressured for campaign contributions, it would be inter interesting
esting interesting to hear from them.
Now I feel that Republicans have a perfect right to belong
to unions, although it annoys some of their leaders, and also
- t'-nt union workers have a right to be Republicans.' It is un un-tandable.
tandable. un-tandable. with the great benefits, they have received from
, the Republicans, especially in the Canal Zone. ... .
But it seems to me that Mr. Spivak, became more of an
j r ocate than a moderator when he came to the rescue of
Y- Goldwater and asked about the contributions of the late
; :a J. Raskob to the disastrous campaign of Gov. Al Smith
cars ago. We do not know all of Mr. Butler's answer, to

one. because of the best business boos.
1 ? very question suggests to us that Mr. Hall and his
" vrtxnal committee might very well investigate the

the first campaign of one Thomas jeiierson.

g I .i,a.v.iiiK ui

1"

Crede Calhoun

. "v -

rr AT.rnifnLirs anonymous

; r;4; . f v :
" The general impression that'; Alcoholics 'Anonymous is an
! oi jEnnttiOn opposed to the use of alcohol as' a beverage is an
erroneous one. First of all, AA could hardly be called an or-
grnization because it does not operate with a fixed set of of of-i
i of-i ficers or is it controlled by a rigid constitution or by-la ws. v
Next, AA makes no attempt to say who la an -alcoholic or
I who should or should not drink. Further, it is neither a gather-
ing of reformed drunks nor does it try to reform anyone who
J drinks either moderately or immoderately.
From our own experience we find that it Is not the amount
J or frequency of use that makes for alcoholism. Rather, it is
the reaction and personality change which the individual un-
dergoeji when drinking. There are many users of beverage al-
cohol who may consume large quantities daily without apparent
i harm. 1 Others, simply cannot safely handle a small amount
without goinx completely out of control and a compulsion to
J keep drinking until they blackout.
t That alcoholism is a disease and cot the result of weak weak-J
J weak-J ness or lack of will, has been definitely proven by the medical
profession. t -'.
I Whether it be a lack of body tolerance for alcohol or a
mental obsession, or, a combination of both is of little impor-
tance to the alcoholic. The fact remains that one drink kind-
les the fire which a hundred cannot put out is his (or her)
concern.,;, ,,
The non-drinker or controlled drinker finds this hard to
understand, it also baffles the alcoholic who tries or has tried
J to drink sensibly. t
! In AA we alcoholics learn not to drink at all, and, strange
as It may seem we' find a way of life that is not only a happy
J but a satisfying one, -.t-
! Simply sttaed, AA ts a fellowship of men' and women who
t realize that they have a drinking problem of such serious pro-
portion that they must do something about It. The physical
and mental therapy of AA provides an answer; if they want it.
. The uncomplicated AA program presents no list Of do's or
don'ts. It merely -offers by suggestion and proves by example
J that it will work it given a chance. v
i There may be other ways or means of curbing alcoholism.
Most of us AA's have tried many of them without success. We,
J who have been the family problem, the employer's annoyance,
the party nuisance, the policeman's hazard and "the despair of
J doctors and clergymen thank you for your patience and for for-J
J for-J bearance. To those who drink wisely and safely we -wish a
i hearty 6alud may you continue to enjoy your privilege.
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morcurio

Jewellers

uon of racketeering.

This is a tough committee whose
members are all experienced in.

fighters who cannot easily be

scared on. in addition to cnair cnair-man
man cnair-man McClellan, the roster includes
Senators Henry Jackson of Wash-

incton. Stuart Symington of

Missouri." Sam Ervin of North

Carolina. Joseph McCarthy of

Wisconsin,' Karl Mundt of South
Dakota and,Teorge Bender, of
Ohio.
Oddly enough, the possibility of
their probing the mob in mufti
grew, out of their investigation of

the purchase ot uniiorms Dy uie
Pentagon. In the course of track track-ine
ine track-ine down manufacturers who were

cheating the government on multi-

million dollar defense oroers mey
came across evidence of racket
connections... i :- .

The committee members found

that large government orders were
hoinff sub-contracted illegally.

They dug deeper and discovered

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l!:2 1 JASIin3T0al
iyinRY.!Bo-Oou::i)

WASHINGTON Th. Senate In-llay, from Feb. 11 to Dec 14, 1354.
vestigating Committee was amaz- the hnarrf nt tmmi,.t;- ..r!

w gciic wucn ii uavea into nanaea down a decision in favor of

nana man, Murray Chotiner. Here

is the mild-mannered cross-examination
by senators when the name

of Marco Reginelli, notorious czar

ot me ixjutn Jersey numbers racket
and a Chotiner client, came be

fore the committee.

If he (Chotiner) was Reginel-

the South Jersey racketeer.

It rulecf that a conviction Tor
violation of the Mann Act in 1943
was not moral turpitude. In so
finding, the board went into a tor
tuous examination of the facts by
which Reginelli had transported

airs, juouise Aoate ironv New Jer

if

Ideal Woman
By BOB RUARK

Yet Chotiner admitted that he
handled a deportation case for

racketeer Reginelli. which certain

ly involved the government, and

may well have involved influence-

neddling. When committee coun

I am not sure I altogether ap-slop the hogs. Then she comes in slaughter a du or dress down 'a'?e' lrd.t0, aevel? ,otm.

prove of the statement of George and washes and dresses a mini-!.teer now ripening in the smoko-"aa v?Il g.v -i?'-oniur

rth. Food, mum of eight children, U hungry house, , i v : .,. ,u-Z:n T"1

li's attorney at any time. I do not sey to Florida. Althouch h h

think we should force him to an-j previously received a six-month
swer," said Sen. Joe McCarthy,1 sentence and $1,500 fine, the board
who has hounded, scolded, bawled i ruled that this was not moral
out scores of other witnesses when turpitude against him.' namelv a

they shied away from answering, conviction in 1926 for larceny, re
"Am I right. Mr. Chairman?" ceivine stolen ennd ani

no tisKcu oeo. mcvieuan oi at- icy to sieai. kui two mora -turn

"Only to the extent that he was

employed by him and the scope

of his employment. No details,"

ruiea the chairman, who in other

cases has been fierce and unre

lenting in his cross-examination.

Bob Kennedy, committee coun.

sel, was not so mild. He tried to

put Chotiner down regarding any
connection between Reginelli and
the government uniform contracts

which involved Chotiner s other

clients, Kravits and Abrams. But
once again. Chairman McClellan

came to Chotiner's defense.

"The chair will not require you
to go further if you say that the
government was involved and had
an interest in the litigation or the
subject matter of your being re retained,"
tained," retained," he reassured Chotiner.
In other words, McClellan and

his committee, for some strange

reason,' were interested only in
the uniform contracts and n-jt in
other government matters han handled
dled handled by Chotiner.

RACKETEER REGINELLI

that tome of the sub-contracting
(irmsfwere owned by racketeers,
many of whom ran ''protected"
non-union shops. Looking still
closer, they unearthed additional
proof that some of these clothing
factory owners had close ties With

certain union oniciais..
Some of the shop owners were
called. Some of the union of of-ir
ir of-ir dus for stiff question

ing. The working reiauonsnip Be Between
tween Between the hoods and the union
chiefs wu be examined closely,
But it is apparent to committee
members that there is more here

than meets the prohing eye. way,
i.uimni would Ha man as

prominentias Dave Beck uk tor
protectiorif They believe that the
V k fssi MAM llti

time nas conic wr i ...v.
. iAlr t th whole sat

turn of -oreaniied crime and not;

just in the procurement T?"!":1
. n.hind this thmking is the belief

that you cannot effectively fight
the crime combine unless the pub public
lic public is alerted to the real dan-

gers. Some ot tne comnuueij u.. u..-w
w u..-w are not concerned solely with

jailing the cheats. Thes r are con convinced
vinced convinced that public spotlighting of

as weu ss iues
tial as a prelude to an all-out war
against the underworld.

ti ....w an Investigation is de

cided upon, it csn speU out the

hidden cosu to u g"
racketeers exact their wib-

It can tell tne story oi "'
If.-?.J.ri,) bv tie mob which

brazenly declares" itself a partoef.
It can rip open the denial of civU
rights of duespayers in racket racket-dominated
dominated racket-dominated unions.

ben. bcv,"-'),.-
.tPhnff' committee of the Sen

ate" It has the jurisdiction, as a
.:. th Cnmmittee on

Government OperaUons, tay check
on the effectiveness of the oper oper-Son
Son oper-Son of aU Congressionalommit-
j vadaral acencies.

tees ana r nuld

From ws vanB "".'"J
pterce the protection
the past by the hoods. This coy
enawed the crime combme to
head off probes, stop
heir- Uacks and generally keep
... 1 nil 1

tmmediaie concriu w -.,
c? uSl v;. f, fMlp.rai or local

stuaies u, when.

they

P. Larrick. who shills for

and Drug Administration, that froz

en food will make "cooking a hob-'
by for women within 15 years."
. There, is too much of this sort

of stuff floating around. There is
very -little left for the fiirls to do.

I even today, except spend money

1 .U.-l V I

uanui uicuiactvcs ircauiuui aiiu

dissatisfitd with the fact that they
are not married to a Prince of
Mcnaco.
There is something about stand standing
ing standing over, a hot stove which breeds
nobility into the female charac character.
ter. character. A lot of nobility left this rath-

ei flimsy character when the dy

and at least three running tem

peratures of one sort or another.

After having shunted the chil

AnW .k. -.ii- ju.nnio noi aeporung. ueKineui, oea,

Bourbon barrel a kick to T disturb objected..

tha mnii.i w. th. iou re emDarKmg on a usn

should then awake the Lord aad

Master with a kiss and see that

he is suitably stokeo with ham,

dren into the snow to sell matches! and Master will be thirsty when
to go to school or practice arson he gets home and anything" he

wnatever it is children do she; hates is undisturbed molecules in

his whisky,, Vi.r ;-fr.ri
About that time of day we eive

eggs, sausage handstulied, of; her a rest, because we want her
course kippers, kedgeree and cof- fresh for the kitchen. Naturally.

fee. k:,; she will serve the L and M first

After she bids him adieu, there and dine herself oft broken vittles.
are the beds to be made, of course, This is a child's garden of fan fan-the
the fan-the house to be swept and the dish-i tasy, of. course. What actually nap napes
es napes to be washed, things aired and! pens is that you find a note stating

dee-wash; the vacuum cleaner, the I rugs beaten. Before she goes out she is in Las Vegas, that the chil-

automatic washing machine, the

deep freeze and the supermarket
were invented. ..v r,
A wo an unoccupied It rnt1' a
happy t msn.'f always s ;y .itan
finds Vint for idle hands, et cet cetera.
era. cetera. A truly fulfilled woman should
be tired at the end of a day so
as to have more sympathy for her
husband who has been toiling at
the jutemills and consuming Mar Martinis
tinis Martinis at business conferences.
My ideal of womanhood is one

who has risen before dawn to feed

to tend ; the garden vegetables

first, flowers second, because flow flowers
ers flowers are frivolous and a hobby like'
cooking -4 she eats a stand-up
lunch. This is ..ecause s' is light lighting
ing lighting against the time hen she
wa'ht-i all the clothes, swabs down
'.he bathroom and does a tidy bit
of sewing 'against the new little
one who is about to arrive.
Tien she must walk net run,
cn account of the new little one
to the village to buy the necmarv

ingredients of the 'evwicg meal,

0U Ul IM, l(l3i tuat utc uiu-
dren are pre-cooked and stashed
in the deep-freeze and that the
dogs are operating the hoine hoine-lanndry.
lanndry. hoine-lanndry. 1 ., ;' , i i-i;Thcre
i;Thcre i-i;Thcre is oneiisharp; short note.
"Dearest bannykins.' She writes,
"we have accumulated so much
assorted rrw meat fish, etcM that
I suggest vou ask somebody where
is the kitchtn and take up cooking
as a hobby.?' tt
I cry, pox on George P. Larrick,
of the Food and Drug Administra Administration,
tion, Administration, and I bet he'll look like a

ing expedition," he told Kennedy.

However, this column can report

the facts which Kennedy was not;

permitted to bring out.
Racketeer Reginelli had ; been
listed for deportation by Truman's
Attorney General James McGran McGran-ery,
ery, McGran-ery, when Attorney General Brown,
ell took over, the Justice Depart Department
ment Department in 1953, Reginelli .was still

tude cases are required to denorL

and the board of immigration ap
peals ruled that Reginelii's viola violation
tion violation of the Mann Act in 1942 did
not count, . v .; ",".
. These wert some of the'thingt
which .Senators McClelland and
McCarthy would not let Dick

Nixon's friend be examined -on.

Note Thanks to the above
ruling in 1954, Reginelli was able
to get American citizenship naDers

on June 21. 1955. The judge who

granted mm citizenship turned out

to oe tne orotner of one of tne
attorneys for black-listed uniform
maker Kravitz.
. ; MERRY GO-ROUND
Senator "Scoop" Jackson of
.Washington; touted as a creat dis

trict attorney, sat on the sidelines
while' McCarthy and McClellan
protected Chotiner, and said noth.

aus luvat Ul U1B I.1U 1 CU, UW11
on the' Eisenhower administration

are pure pap. An exception is
Richard Rovere's book, "The Ei
anhmvfr Vaarx." Ha'a th mtn

who's been doing such a1 penetrat penetrating
ing penetrating job in Washington for the New
Yorker i in a day when news newsprint
print newsprint is high and magazine read readers
ers readers hug the TV sets, a group of lit literary
erary literary pioneers have come out with
a challenging new publication.
"Bounty," the American.satiracl
magazine: Its editorial board iq.
eludes Quentin Reynolds, Ilka

Chase, Henry Morgau, Leon Pear-
son, Sigmnnd Spaeth. t shouM
clic . Roy Robert. K.C. Star,
believe it or not, has a boost for
Adlai Stevenson's position, that the
U.S.A. should eliminate H-bomb
.... lirkJI frXi Mnn-n-nieta

riddled Adlai's proposal, Roberts,
an original I-Like-Ike drafter, de demands
mands demands an end of H-bomb tests .
When Alberto Pirelli, the vener vener-able
able vener-able T2-year.old Italian rubber man-

the chickens, milk six cows and unless she has been-thoughtful to1 beaut u an apron

East And West
By PETER EDSON :

WASHINGTON (NEA) how the two areas might be" One other big change that has

Asia Week" in Washington was

beuig celebrated by the arrival
of President Sukarno of Indonesia
for a 17-day visit of state and the
windup of a month's tour of six
U.S. university cities by ten pro professors,
fessors, professors, intellectuals and cultural
leaders from ten South ang South Southeast
east Southeast Asian countries.
These two events mark serious

efforts to prove untrue the Kip-

pling line about "East is East and
West is West and never the twain
shall meet.". i
President Sukarno, father of his
country, will visit the shrines' of
his heroes Paul Revere, Thomas
Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln.
The ten Asian, professors are
here to study what differences .and
misunderstandings there are be between
tween between East and West, what in interests
terests interests they have in common and

brought closer together. Their taken place, says Dr. Rao, is that

visit is unaer tne auspices oi u.o. tne American people no longer
Commission for UNESCO the test the friendship of Asians by
United Nations Educational, Social their willingness to join military
and Cultural Organization. (alliances. The test of friendship
; All of the visitors speak English today, says- Dr. Rao, is whether
their one common language ithe Asian countries exercise true

anq most nave been in tne united, democracy and meet their peo-

States before.

Dr. V.R.K. Rao, director of the

pies' need.

Dr. Rao says he is 'going back

Delhi, India, School of Economics,! to India greatly comforted and re re-imH,
imH, re-imH, that oraat rhinraa hiva assured that the United States

taken place in th United States. I may still become the moral lead lead-The
The lead-The last time ,he was here, be r. of the world which, it is not
says he was 'frightene by Mc W"J:--..-?-r '..: i- -r v
Carthvism. Dr. Rao makes clear r ....

that he is talking about McCarthy-' oJr y,,Ms .w
ism and not about the senator- HSffJSL
who might be on vacation or in a iX "4" i n
hosnital. Anyway, he isn't heard HL .te' I"??:. -vf-'

from, and McCarthyism is dead, S.rJ.g .S01:

tha Indian !.. "'"5. '"

SSr Vi to Uke the plunge.

can

I've

received urging action.

Q J

SIDE GLANCES

By Colbroith

WW- l

'Isn't this weather Inspiring? Lat's go downtown and
, look at th bis, botutiful nw hatsH : v T

1 CHOTINER GETS BUST
It -was shortly after this that

Chotiner got in his licks at the

Justice Department. Just what he

did remains a mysiery Decause
Senators McClellan and McCarthy
would not permit cross-examination.
However counsel Kennedy
drew out one fact before he was
stopped that Chotiner had called
at the Justice Department on be behalf
half behalf of Reginelli. -

Whatever he said and whoever

he saw, Chotiner was successful.
For, -after an amazingly long de-

on the deportation list, and hisiufacturer had 003 day only in
attorneys were getting worried. Washington, he spent it motoring
When the Democrats were In to the shrine of American riem riem-power,
power, riem-power, Reginelli had retained as ocracy, Monticello, home of Thorn

his attorney a uemocrar, tne wie as Jeiierson

Lemuel Schofield, former commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of iir 'iiigration under Roose-

v- it. Ilowt r, when the Justice!
! partmor' i. ich i as charge nfj
i liiiiigratum. si,,ited lo the liepub-i
hcans, Schoiield went out to Los!

Angeles on behalf of Kegmeiu and
had a visit with Chotiner. Obvious Obviously
ly Obviously He felt that he needed a Re Republican
publican Republican with influence to handle
the case of the New Jersey mob mobster.
ster. mobster. So he' retained ; the close
friend of Vice President Nixon.
The immigration service under
both the Democrats and Republi Republicans
cans Republicans had wanted to deport Re Reginelli.
ginelli. Reginelli. To them it was a routine
matter and politics should not be
involved. As a matter of routine,
the case went before the board
of immigration appeals .and was
heard 'Feb. U; 1954. v

AILING PfilNCESS-Princess
Marie-Loutse, 83, is suffering
from pneumonia. She l the Inst
granddaughter of Queen Vlc Vlc-.
. Vlc-. tor la, and la Britain's only liv
Ing divorced princess.

about this. He says that even in
Boston he found a difference of

opinion between Harvard and

Massachusetts Inititute of Tech

nology professors with whom he
talked. Some said they thought the
American 1 people were happier
now than they used to be. Some

said they werenT.

Dr. Rao says he thinks the
United States is trying to over

come the evils of industrialization.

Human relations are improved.

Concentration of economic now

er is checked. Factories and big

department stores are being de

centralized to smaller towns and
suburbs. In 40 or 50 years he
thinks American, society will have

a different look.

In epite of all the disadvantages
of industrialization which be men-!
(ions' ulcers, the parking prob-J
lem, the dynamism of demand in'
which he is not interested Dr. I

Rao says India has decided to in industrialize.
dustrialize. industrialize. It is doing this to help
a majority of its people get
enough to eat (
As for what Americans think
about Asians, Dr. G.P. Malase Malase-kara,
kara, Malase-kara, professor of Asian studies
at University of Ceylon and
president of the World Association
of Buddhists, says there is a great
misunderstanding.
He finds that most Americans
believe the Asians aren't con concerned
cerned concerned enough about their own
welfare. It is a misconception, he
says, to think .that Asians are
lackadaisical fatalists. It is a mis misconception
conception misconception for Americans to be believe
lieve believe -that oriental philosophies
will keep Asians from taking ad advantage
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Latin American Officers See
Orclnsnce Personnel M Work

WATCHING Edison Wirtz, an employed the Automotive DM-;
, slon, Corozal Ordnance shop, are Lta. Osvaldo Ponce, of Vene-
juelaj Oscar Lopez of Nicaragua; Vicente Zuniga of Nicaragua;
Miguel A. Funez of Honduras; Delfin Reyes Paredes of Para Para-,
, Para-, i 4 guay, and in the back, Carlos Alvarado of Guatemala.
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personnel at work Monday when

they visited the 33rd Ifantry Regv

ment and -Corozal Ordnance .Base

Wrapping up a 20-week Motor

officers' 'course at Fort. Gulick's
U.S. Army Caribbean School, the
group of company grade officers

toured canal zone shops to see
first through fifth echelon mainten maintenance
ance maintenance crews at work in unit shops.
The tour began at Fort Kobbe and
was concluded at the a new Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Base shop at Corozal. .-
The "international group .' ar arrived
rived arrived at Fort Kobbe at 9:30 a.m.
Monday and moved to Heavy Mor Mortar
tar Mortar Company motor pool for a

briefing on first echelon mainten

ance.: Next stop for the visitors
was the 1st Battalion pool where
.students : again' saw organizational
maintenance teams at work onve onve-hicles.,
hicles., onve-hicles., ., ,,
After inspecting maintenance at
the Kgimental level, the student
officers left Kobbe and traveled to
. the newly opened ; Ordnanc Bas
ahop at Corozal. 1
"The class was amazed at the
the of the new shop," remarked
Capt. Fernando TV Davila, USAR-;
CAR7B School instructor. "Maj.
Octavio, Cervantes M. of. Nicara-

to begin." ,, .i r

"Ordnance personnel conducted

the group on a complete tour of

the new plant," Captain Davilla

expaiinea, "ana covered every'

thug from removing rust from
weapons to repair of complicated
radar units." .. h;'V. C
-Highlight, of the Corozal visit
was a tour of the shop's motor as assembly
sembly assembly line. Students, saw, first
hand, U.S. Army methods or re rebuilding
building rebuilding passenger car and truck
motors. ...
Also included on the itinerary
were trips to the weapons repair
section and paint and armament
shops. "The ten-nation group was
particularly interested in the
"Small Arms Fire Testing "De "Device,"
vice," "Device," Davila continued. Ordnance
experts demonstrated how the

compressed water device sums a

bullet discharged from a small ca calibre
libre calibre weapon. - I
Students on hand for the all-dav

affair will wind up their Fort Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick studies June 1 and, then re

turn to tneir respective armies.

Nations represented in the class
include Bolivia,- Colombia, Costa

Kica, Cuba. GuatemMi. Honduras.

Mexico. Nicaragua, Paraguay and

Venezuela.

Regular Episcopal
Services Sunday
At Rio Abajo

Trinity Sunday will be observed

itb a full schedule of regular

services at St. Christopher Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church, Rio Abajo. t

Starting at 6 a.m. with Holy
Communion, toe schedule ends
with Evensoo and sermon at 6:30
p.m. '.
Rev. Clarence W. Hayes will" of

ficiate throughout the day, assist assisted
ed assisted by Rev. C. A. Cragwell.

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tire meal Called "SimpU-Fire,'

the kit weighs. about one pound,
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In the market for i ier fish.

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However the Air Research" and rimrock edge, and onto the desert

"pusner" carnage splashes into a

water ; trough that serves, as a
braking device to bring it to an

abrupt halt
As the "pusher" stops, the for forward
ward forward sled receives another rocket
blast according to specifications

and leaps over the edge of. the

mesa. At the same time, a pro

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aircraft .ejects' the test capsule

carried on the sled.

Both the capsule s and the for

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chute to landing mats at the base

of the. mesa, 1,500 feet below the

Development Center at Baltimore,

Md., operator of SMART, and the

Coleman Engineering Co. of JUs
Angeles, the civilian contractor,
have set up a limited tour of the
oroiect for newsmen on May 25

to provide a first-hand account of.
its operations.
If the track -is operating accord-

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radio and television reporters and
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They will see a pair of highly
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placed precisely level on con concrete
crete concrete pedestals marching more
than two miles through a clear
ing on the top -of Hurricane' Mesa.
. At the edge of the clearing are

28 towers where high-speed cam

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At the nortft end is a reuuoreed
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intense heat of the rocket blasts,
operate' controls. ?
. A- director's signal "blasts 'off'
the .rockets,: Two sleds, riding the
greased rail a on slipper-like

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track at a speed designers hoped

wouia exceed 1,500 mues an hour.

between Hurricane Mesa and the

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Arrangements have been made
to stop traffic on the highway
from Hurricane to Zion Park while
the experiments are in progress to
avoid having some of the devices
land on passing cars of park-bound

tourists. . i

me Air Force, in setting up
Smart;- said that at no time
would humans be carried in the
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are maae. xney are irom leit to ngnt: Lt. Mario Trevethan
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NEW. YORK (UP) Music Musically
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the summer round of festivals
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The famous Berkshire Festival
of the Boston Symphony and re related'
lated' related' groups of. Lenoxx Mass.: is
going to include a cluster of large-
scale choral works, in addition to

the usual programs of symphonic,
operatic, and chamber music
-The tenth annual Los Angeles

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and' little-known works,.; including
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"concerto Mtfnuale" of Theodor
Berger, Austrian i composer. 1 1

The' choral., works planned for

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Mozart's Mass' in C minor, and
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movement symphony by John Vin Vincent,
cent, Vincent, professor of music at the
. University of California at Los

Angeles, will feature one concert.
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new concerto for violin, with Tossy
Spivakovsky, as soloist, will high highlight
light highlight another.
, The National Negro Opera Foun Foundation
dation Foundation took, over the Metropolitan
Opera house My Zl and staged
Clarence Cameron White's opera,
"Ouanga" in Its first performance
in New York.' The opera is based
on the exploits of Jean Jacques
Dessalines, a slave who led a re revolt
volt revolt against French rule and be became
came became the emperor of Haiti
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and at) orchestra made up of 52
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day, Friday, Hay 25. Regular ses sessions;
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Memphis, Tenn., when he. played
his guitar and sang for high school
audiences. He enjoyed performing
for his classmates, but figured be
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To earn money for this career.

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record got the better of him and
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Sun Record Company, a leading
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. "After that, I went home and
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year later, when Sam Phillips

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TEE PAXAMA A3TERICAX AN TSTSTTTSVTST D AXXT KTWSPATTS
warn? rm

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tcmmerce Secretary Belittles
IbllingJ Stock Marlcet : Prices

WASHINGTON, May 25 (UP) -I
Commerce Secretary Sinclair:

V eeks yesterday minimized lau-L-g
stock market prices as .a true
business barometer and voiced op optimism
timism optimism over the nation's economic
Utlook'-.." : f v -. - v

A better indicator. and "the en encouraging
couraging encouraging feature" is business'
Intention of mending 35 billion

dollars this year -on new produc

tive facilities, weeks toia a news
conference. - 1
He acknowledged the economy Is
spotted" due to -sharp drops in
auto and farm equipment sales,
nut ha said business spending

plant "reflect, confidence the eco economy
nomy economy is going-to move ahead.
Secretary 'of the. T r e a s r y

George M. Humphrey, told a Ma
tinnsi p r.lub lunch, meam

). "Wn'ni coin to have

some adjustments," but th whole
economy will continue "on an e e-ven
ven e-ven business level." He said there
will be some relatively minor ups
and downs." : .
Weeks also predicted that trade
"will built up a little" between the
United States and the Soviet bloc
W umn Renorting a five-fold

New Books

expansion of UJS. export licenses

for sucn trade, be indicated peace

ful commerce with the Beds if it

will advance the cause of peace.

Wks news xonftrwice jre jre-marks
marks jre-marks on the cooomie outlook
wore soon as aimed at stemming
anv possible alarm over the

stock market, which has fallen

off steadily since an April
high.

.. In Detroit, Henry Ford empha emphasized
sized emphasized the same general long-range
optimism. He told Ford stockhold

ers they can expect no economic

upswing this year but "The long long-term
term long-term future for our industry and

for Ford Motor Co. looks parti particularly
cularly particularly bright and promising to
me." -.- - .- :
, In another economic develop-:
mentr the government 1 reported
that the cost-of-living rose two two-tenths
tenths two-tenths of one per cent between
mid-March and mid April due
chiefly to ah increase in food pric prices.
es. prices. It predicted a further rise in
food and perhaps some other pric prices
es prices during the summer. -

t The slight rise was enough to

give about one million auw, xarm
eauinment and aircraft workers a

penny-an-nour wage ucreaii mi mi-der
der mi-der cost-of-living clauses in their
contracts. It was the s e c o n d

straight monthly living cost rim.'
Weeks said the declining stock
market "obviously represents an

opinion." But he said higher gov government
ernment government margin requirements and

heavier long-term investments m

A collection of folk tales and
fnrio. tmm all countries or tne

WMi WrLZh ta.'ihiii the market's

hue nuvu

oM i-viurlanrier. is amonK

" TiiaMd to circulation dur

ing the week by .the Canal Zone:
' Library. ; r ;,"f-:-s ...
' Each- story in fRlde jwith the
Sun," was approved by ttf Pi;
ed Nations delegation of the
rnnntnr which It .represents. The

, collection la an outstanding ex example
ample example of cooperation between
the members and will have n n-tertalnment
tertalnment n-tertalnment value for readers
rot only In the United States,
but everywhere that a good sto story
ry story is relished.:;.-..fl-vV'
The comnlete i list of new

tinnk '. nd their authors an

nounced by the Library this

week follows: -'
Non-Fiction Inspiring Mes-

sages for Dally Living, Peale;

' Ride Vrttft th-Sun. U.N. Wom

en's Guild: What is Science,

Newman; Diving for Science,
Poole; Cookbook, Keyes; How to
. Run A' Small Business, Lasser;
Papa Married a Mormon. Fltz-
aerald: The Nylon Safari, Clo-

eter Journev Down a Rainbow,

Priestley; Four Minute Mile,
, Rannlster; Surprised by Joy,
Lewis; open Every-Door, pop-

' Y in; c'oak Without Dagger, 811-
litoe; Profiles In courage, Ken

nedy; Th Colo 'is "am, Gros

ser; Canes ana I .;uma, col col--
- col-- lis; i,
r n r r --( r J-

I. .at .burn;- Oiiober Country,

i ac jury; The Gentle captain,

I visr Golden. -Balance. Hall-

fellow Turban, Jay Marie An-

, lomette, Kenyonj Revolt of Gun.
, ner Asch, Klrst; Tour de Force,
I ewis: The Moonflower Murder,
Klchols: Before Midnlirht fitn.it-

and wings of the Morning, Van!

.m water, :a :.z,. -v-

viim a an economic barometer

u. .oiH that if -Money Becomes

short," the Federal Reserve Board
will ease the supply of credit He
declined to elaborate, or to say
whether he thinks the board was
right in raising interest rates re recently
cently recently to slow borrowing. f ;
. Weeks also refused to discuss a
possible tax cut if needed to ar ar-?t
?t ar-?t a business decline. "Iam not

going to get into mat,-; ne aiuy
(4 States Study
Ways To Revise
Local fax Laws v

CHICAGO. (UP) It may

please' irate critics to know that

snecial leeisiauve commissions

are working to develop improve-!
ments in state tax laws.'r j j
The Commerce Gearing House,
a national reDortinc authority on

taxes announced that these
Brniini were assiened to study 40

subjects including revisions of
tax structures, relationship of fed

eral, state ana, local- taxes ana
tar veneralW.

Possible major overhauling Jobs
were studied m 14 states Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota,

tiTia, KebrasHg, wew xor
..uia turoiina, UJon, I ..r.irf.
vania and Texas.
Recomendation of the com

missions may be expected to
bring new ideas on taxation which
could become legislature, .author

ities said.

Eskimos, born and reared near
the water, almost never learn to

iwim the waters too com. says

the National Geographic Society.

'J "OH. FOR THE LIFE OF A FIREMAN"It's not a very pleasant one occasions like thk:
Fortunately, they're rare. In freezing temperature, these two Bremen struggle to carry a heavy
. : hose up a ladder while swirling smoke and driving snow and sleet make visibility, nearly sera
t .Scene is building-gutting fire in Boston, Mass, during recent Uissani. - : . -,

First Fire Bricks
Produced In 1812
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first brickyards in this country
were erected by Dutch settlers on

Long Island in 1640. But it wasnt

until some 170 years later that
the first bricks to withstand high
temperatures were produced.

Known as fire bricks, they were

first manufactured at a plant in
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ment founded a modern industry
that supplies refractory furnace

linings for steel, metal, glass, ce cement
ment cement and numerous other indus

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Brothers rv.eet& U
After 43 Years

'NEW YORK. May 25 CUP)

Two brothers in ther 70s who bad
not seen -each other for. 43 vears.

held a- reunion yesterday on the

deck of a trans-Atlantic liner.

Hendrik Van Duyn. 74, of Rot

terdam, Holland, 'made his first
trip to the United States and was
met by his brother, Fred1 Van

Duyn, 78, of New YORK.

Fred shook' his brother's hand
vigorously and told him he looked

good. "Not exactly the same, but
good. "Not exactly the same, but
you still look good." t
The two had parted, in April
1913. when Fred came to the U-

nited States. Both, are widowers.

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FOR SALE
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FOR SALti Gcnanl Eltctric
MMtr rvfn'fcratar, 25-crcl.
Itaaunabla. lalbaa 6393
FOI SALIs 11 wc6tiM'
Van (Han MMs, tabla tea
(unaD. ; radia 60-yle, (0-cycla
TV att 1 yaar aM with anttflM,
dark aabeflaaiy, tabla Uma mi
hada all i fod candttiaa. (216
Lat Riot an Saa Mifual PUea.
FOR SALE-25-cycla friftra friftra-tor
tor friftra-tor $45.00 aad fraa ikatf,
510.00. dtniafl raaat labia and
diaira. $13.00, drataar, $S.00.
3 smaH tablaa, $2.50. laatially
built waidraba cloaat Jits baeha baeha-lar
lar baeha-lar Apti., $35.00. bookcata
ahelvat, $10 00. Call lalbaa
W72. .. 1
f OR SALI Living room tat,
fSS.Ot, diaiaf mm tat, $10.00,
feMHaaiat, $20.00, baby crib,
$15.00, bay't bycick. $15.00.
lac ea4itiaa Calea 1100.
beuta 062, 1 1th St. and Sti.
tubal. '
FOR SAH: 7-aitca Hphelttar Hphelttar-ad
ad Hphelttar-ad living room iuit aa yaar
eld. c t $465.00, tacrrrka at
$250.00. Twa camraunicatieni -racaivara
NC-125, $125 00, Hal Hal-licraftar.
licraftar. Hal-licraftar. 4x41, $10.00. Mii Mii-cellanceM
cellanceM Mii-cellanceM Radio aajatpawnt.
Phona Ralbea 1597.
FOR SALE : 25-cycla 9 feet
Waitiafhouu aercelain raf rife rife-rater,
rater, rife-rater, 3 new 6:70:15 inner
tubal, QM baHet. Heuta 5720-
Diable. Phone 2-3673 after 5
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FOR SAU$w way fleet Ump
white fiberelatt shade, $7.50;
tot child eixe a4y furajtare,
$10.00. Pbeaa lalboa 3335.
FOR JAIJ WarrinaWe ra
friierator, 25-cycla 9 ca. ft.
deep freeae acroa top $125.00.
Cat! 2-3411.
FOft SALE: ftve piaee livinf
room tat custom built, $200.00.
Call 86-6226..
FOR SALE: At five-way pricet:
Mahefany bidroam aet, Iran
bedt, wardnbet, chain, table,
fat iter. Du lei, Sean ley,
817-C Sabanat.
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iFaVorile In Briibh
Derby Trial Slakes
! LINGFIELD. Enc.. May 25
(UP)-Three-year-old colt Indu-
na owned by Major R. Macoon-
aia-Bucnanan, and ridden by
Charles Smlrke, scored an tipset
win in the Derby Trial Stakes
ot one and a half miles here to today.
day. today. t- v-
Induna beat Mrs. Sydney Ja-
CObson's Pearl Orama, -with
i aboard bv
two lengths with Dacian, owned
by Major L. Holiday, and ridden
by Bliy Snaith, two lengths fur
thr away in a field of eight
runners.
The betting was 10 to 1, 0 to 2
and 100 to 30 respectively, with
Oillej Dereti who won the
Classic Two Thousand Guineas,
a 7 to 4 favorite.
The 2,000 sterling ($5,800t
event 1$ regarded as a trial for
the Epsom Derby nejft month,
especially as the track here is
almost similar to the undulating
Epsom track.
Today's flefeat ;of Gllles De
iPof tirn o ttAi. tAoA !eas etfY f ivm Q
fail to stay the distance on the
Epsom track.
AH he colts ear r 1 e d 126
pounds.
After last night's heaw rain.
plus the fact that Lingfleld lv
one of the very few courses wa-l
tered regularly, the track was!
thoroughbreds.

' tnorougnnreas.

-..t '"I WK CHOICE-

,ai r C sale

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FOR SALEt V-$ rerd Victoria
Tader. '51, tordomatk, with ra-
die, aaw W-W tires, aaly $30, $30,-000
000 $30,-000 aiilas, $150.00. TaL Al Al-braek
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Phone Navy 3658.
FOR SALE. 1947 4-daar Ply.
mouth, $275.00. Tel 2-1369
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury 2 2-deer
deer 2-deer tedaa, black, with avtrtt.
Call Navy 3992 or to at heuta
2462-D, Cocoli. y
FOR SALE: 1949 Studobakar.
Ceed condition. Radie. $400.00.
Dr U I Ralboa 6367 after
5:00). y
'FOR SALI-1?50 Dodfe, 4-,
deer Sedan, axcallant cendiiten.
Rcfwnjiri to $tatai. Matt tacrf tacrf-fice.
fice. tacrf-fice. $485.00. Ttlaahana Fort
Kobbe 3102.
- FOR SALE: Must tall before 9
June, will ucrifict, 1950 Stade-
baker Cemmandar, 4-door tedaa,
excellent meter, tiret. paint, ra ra-,
, ra-, die, end anderceat rb. A bar bar-;
; bar-; gain that can't be equaled. Can
be financed. CaH 85-3225.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
HaraWp, twe-rna, pawergliee,
radie, beater, tinted aim. Heata
5720-1 Diable. Phone 2-3673
after. $ asm,- '? :
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Hardtop. 10,600 miles, excellent
condition, newer brakes, WSW,
teat bar noholttory, directional,
backup lights. Tel. Albrook
6295.
FOR SALE r 1 954 Fard Tannin,
2-dotr ttdaa, W-S- tires, radie,
- teat covers, $850.00 cash, can.,
be financed. Telephone 3-1024,'
2-4902.-or...'v.S
t.t t Must sell 194$
Chevrolet 4 Convertible, white
side wall' "tires, $350.00. Frlfl.
daire Caa. Motors,, $75.00, 4
burner fat raneo. $5.00. All
ia (Very food coadition. 43rd St.
1-113, ella Vista. Tel.' 3-3969.-C
lalbea 1612 ifrw
Sunday. ; : ., v
FOR SALE. Chrysler Imperial
Sedan same as 1952 model Full
' power equipment, electric wind window
ow window lifts, low mileape, $1150.00.
CaH Ft. Clayton 4243.
FOR SALE: 1950 Stadebaket
, Chtmpiea, 2-daor, $350.00.
lalbea 3101. i -r
FOR SALE 11947 Oldsmobile. -Radio,
hrramatic, food condi-.
tien, $295.00. Phone lalbea
1209, 041S Venade St., Ancoa.
FOR SALE '54 Ford V-l For.
; dor Mainliner, yery clean, lew,
mileefo. lalbaa 2-3631.
FOR SALE: Ford Statiaa Wa(oa
1 with overdrive, radio, under
coat, 41,000 miles, in top con condition.
dition. condition. $950.00. Ettndht Eton Eton-omat
omat Eton-omat automatic washinf ma-
chine,' $75.00. Phone Quarry
Heifhrt 2232 until 4 p.m., 1171
thereafter.'
FOR SALE; Here is a car just
about like Henry of latt week,
1947 Deluxe Ford Club.Ceupe.
very food radio, test covert,
tiret, paint, brakes, muffler aneT
battery.' New clutch, shock and
stabiliser links, tie red ends,
points, condenser, and p)9. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Phone Stuart
6-196 house or 6-370 Job.
House 169-1, Gamboa, Price
$325.00. '(,'
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Forder
CustemliM Deluxe, 2-teae paint,
Vinyl plastic upholstery, 4 new
WSW tires, new battery, radie,
14,000 miles. Car looks like
new. Price $1400.00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2896 evenings, Balboa 2395
days."... .-.'.'; .j
FOR SALE -Cadillac Convert Convert-blr
blr Convert-blr August 1954 Series 62
; fatly equipped with power steer steering,
ing, steering, power, brakes, hvdramati
transmission, tinted IZ glM
wiridthieM, directional signals,
windshield washer and coordina coordinator,
tor, coordinator, dual back ap lights, genuine
leather upholstery, radio, WSW
tires. Owaar leavrng priced
righf far quick tale. Telephone
Balboa 3430 between a.m. and
12 noon; 4 p.m. to B p.m.
FOX SALE-1951 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Deluxe Sedan, new paint,
plastk scat covers, P.G. $725. $725.-Smeet
Smeet $725.-Smeet y Hunnkuf, Colon.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
Cony. Dyn., radio, leather trim, -V-S,
This car it m perfect con condition.
dition. condition. $1500.00. Smoet y Hun Hun-nicut
nicut Hun-nicut S. A., Colon.
FOR SALI: 1949 Buick 4-door
Sup Sedan Dyn. plastic Mat ca
A teal bargain for aaly $375.00.
Will finance. Smeet y Hunnkutt,
Cla. :
FOR SAlEr 1941 luick Super
2-door, geod tires, good paint.
A bargain fat $250.00. Smeet
t Hunakutt, Colon.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 2031, ANCON. CZ.
OX 1211. CRISTOIAL. CZ.
Dr. Wendehake Medical Clink.
Dey-aif ht aervice, opposite Chase
Beak.. Phone 2-3479, Panama.
" Opportunity for one wha wants
; to javost in profitable business.
' Can take- active part if so desir desir-)
) desir-) ad. Agency and wholesale busi business
ness business with approximately $10, $10,-000.
000. $10,-000. Write ta "Opportunity''
Bex 134 Panama for interview.
FOR SALE
; AUsccllaneous
i Mama and pap CHIHUAHUAS.
loaf haired, refistered. Phone
Navy 3651.
FOR SALE Adam Schaaf up up-rieht
rieht up-rieht pitna, axcalleat condition.
' Reasonable. CaH lalbea 6393.
FOR SALE: MANIFA6A S. A..
offers for sale ta the highest bid bidder,
der, bidder, att the buHdlnas and build build-inf
inf build-inf materials located ia Juan
Franca race track, knowa at Hi-
podremo Nadonal. The speci specifications
fications specifications for the bid may be eb-
tained, free of charf a, after May
22nd at the Pea American Life
Insurance Co. ..i Central Ave.
No. 31. i'ri .:
FOR SALE Aquariums, tropical
fish,, 25-cycla aireater and ao
cesories, bookcase, small alumi aluminum
num aluminum ladder, lamps anal ether
household itemt. Call Navy 3992 :
or tee at house 2462-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 25-cycle sanitary
rofrigerater, $2J.0O. 14' Ply- -wood
decked boat with 2 ft
horsepowar Johnson motor, skin skin-diving
diving skin-diving equipment 2 rods and
reels, Scotch cooler, targe seining
act. Gamboa 6-49$
FOR SALE: Humber Enjlijh
child's bicycle, almost new, $25
(original price $55.00. Phone
3-1024, 2-4902.
FOR SALE. BOLEX H-S Do Do-luxa
luxa Do-luxa camera with Otta meter
viewfindar, turret handle, eye i
level, focus, and sure-tire grip.
. Nermal lens Switar 12.5 mm
- of H.5. Wide angle Switar
a 5. 5mm of fl.8. ffelephete Zun
' ew. 3gmm of fJ.l; Stataa price
' over t$675.00', Will sacrifice.
Also Mansfield 'Editor and Key Key-Mono
Mono Key-Mono Projector." Taka all Phone
Balboa 3069.
. FOR ; SALEi 31" RCA televi television.
sion. television. Below cost. Phone Curundu
41S3)..' k...
FOR SALE: Male Cocker Spa Spaniel
niel Spaniel pups; registration entitled.
Tel. 3-1801 from 4-6 p.m.
Army's 2 Remaining
Peck Units Coin
ToChsyer.;
A.
Iil7
CHEYENNE. Wvo. (UP
Th,e Army's only two remaining
pack animal units will make a
100-mile trtk this summer to par.
ticipate in Cheyenne't famed Fron
tier Days rodeo. ; : .;
the '" 4th Field Artillery Batal Batal-lion
lion Batal-lion (pack) and the 35th Quarter
master Pack Company will repeat
l trip from Denver to Cheyenne
they first made in 1955. The two
units are stationed at Ft. Carson,
Colo., site of the Army's Moun
tain Training school.
A. rear ago the two animal out
fits conquered soma of the most
rugged terrain in the Rocky Moun
tain region to take part In the fes
tivitiea.
They were a big hit at the Fron Frontier
tier Frontier Days celebration which is
billed as the "World's greatest!
Outdoor. Rodeo." It drew more
than 100,000 spectators during a
five-day run last year.
The two Army pack trains will
leave Denver on July 9 and ex
pect to make the 100-mile trip to
Cheyenne in 11 days arriving
ia urn to take part in 4he open opening
ing opening parade July 24.
: i
Here's How To Make
'Raised' Dnckv;h::!s
MILLER, S. D
(UP)
Raised" buckwheat pancakes are1

popular with South Dakota farm, number of electrical: appliances
families. Mrs. Marie Collins uses, in modern homes, the Niasara

this traditional receipe.
, t 4 : ' : 1
Equal parts of buckwheat and
white flour are mixed with a table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon of sugar, a tablespoon of
shortening and a pinch of salt.
Enough milk is added ta make a
stiff doueh. into which is put a
package of yeast which has been
soaked in a fourth cup of water.
The batter sets overnights Then
add a teaspoon of soda and enough
milk to make the .dough of the
consistency desired for pancakes.
A cup of the batter ta preserved
for a starter for the set oaten.
Mrs. Collins 1 said this starter
should set for at least three days
before it is used instead of yeast
ia the next batch.

ApartmenU

ATTENTION 6. i.1 iast built
modem furnished ape rt meats, 1,
2 bedreems, bet, cold water,
Pbeaa Poaame 1-4941.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished,
modern apartment I b e d
room, livinf room, dinina ream,
kitchen. For 3 months, June lit'
to Aufust 3 tst. Phone Panama
3-4168.
FOR RENT j Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: 2 bed-'
rooms, 2 bathrooms, ate., ia
Bella Vista. Phone 3-6097, 2 2-2504.
2504. 2-2504. ' '' .;
FOR RENT) Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting ream,
maid's room with bath, larfe
kitchen, larfe bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment all screened, 25
square meter inside apartment
far laundry, drying and ironing,
large closets, garage. House No.
5, Eusebie A. Morales Ave. ia
El Cangreje, corner house. Phone
Panama 3-0579
FOR RENT: Modem apart-
meat. Exclusive residential sc-
tien. ; Wed veitalated, Large
porch. Living room. Dining room,
Twa bedrooms, Bathroom. Kirch Kirch-en.
en. Kirch-en. Laundry room. Garage. Hot
water throughout. Water heater
furnished. Screened. For infer-
matiea and appointmeat call
Panama 3-1650.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters.
Furnished apartment. June I ta
Aug. II. 765, Apt. 17 Bsrnaby
2-1537.
FOR RENT, Apsrtmtnt unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, 2 bedrooms, maid's
room, 2 baths, sitting-dining
rooms, porch, gerage, $110.00.,
ia axdutiv 'El Cangreje" an 6
St. No. 2, building "Caracas".
So D Castro, Avenue "B" No.
9-42, phon 2-1616.
FOR RENT: UnfamitW e.
partment, 2 bedraomi, mait'l
. ream, 2 baths, sitting-dining
rooms, porch, garage, $100.00,.
in. Bella Vista, N Oborrie St.
i No. 23, building .Anayansi. See
De Castro, Avenue "B" No. 9-
42, phone 2-1616., (' Ti i
FOR RENT: Apartment," hot
water. "D"' St., Rosita Building. -'
Inquire at apartment No. 3.
FOR RENT r Best located, ana ana-room
room ana-room furnished apartment. Clean
an comfortable. 43rd St. No.
13,'- -. ..",'!
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed bed-room
room bed-room apartment. 3-6 months be beginning
ginning beginning July 1st. Tel 1-0379.
FOR RENT Modern furnished
1 bedroom apartment m Bella
Vista. Phen Curundu 5111.
FOR RENT: Nicety lurnished
apartment, including refrigera refrigerator;
tor; refrigerator; perch, parlor-diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen. AH screened.
Goad surroundings, $60.00. Ap Apply
ply Apply 112 Via Relisaiw Porras near
Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT t Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment for twa months. Two bed bedrooms;
rooms; bedrooms; utilities included. "Apply
No. 34, 44th Street, Apt. 1.
FOR RENT s Newly furnished
: and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apartments 10th.' Street
No. 1061. Phone 86, Colo.
FOR RENT-Furnithed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $60.00. Vie Pome. Tel.
3-2561. v
FOR RENT Twa bedroom a-
: balcony. 47th St. Roll Vista.
CaH 3-0934.
FOR RENT: VACATION QUAR QUARTERS,
TERS, QUARTERS, 3 bedroom, June 9-Sept.
' 12, very reasonable, lalboa 2 2-3638.
3638. 2-3638. FOR RENT. Attractive,- very
modern an bedroom apartment,
hot water, just half block off
Via Ispeua near El Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. CaH 3-3421.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-'
' apart-' merit, living roam, dining roam,
kitchen: 13th St. San Francrscev
.' Via Porras. Phone 3-2457.-
Amperage Increase
sked On Electric
Appliances In NY
j BUFFALO, N.Y (IIP) To
meet the dc;niii; oi increasing
!onawK rov.er ., usurp.. nas in increased
creased increased from 60 to 100 amperes
thu rijui'tmcnt lor ntw service
entrances and equipment.
In a letter to electrical Contrac
tors, the company noted that the
increased amperage has been
made somewhat greater than is
required by tht National Electric
al Code. This is to provide

foi,

future power loads resulting from
an expected increase in use. of
electrical appliances. 1 -Niagara
Mohawk said the- num
ber of elctrical appliances has
risen from about 19 in 1930 to
more than SO today. The oider
was effective in all divisions of
Niagara Mohawk across New
York state. .'' '' .-,

FOR RENT

Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: la new concrete
building, space for office, beau-
ty parlor, or com martial, in ex-
elusive "El Cangrtjo", en Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina Ave., bouse "Monte "Monterrey.
rrey. "Monterrey. See De Castro, Avenue B,
9-42, phone 2-1616.
FO RRENTs- Garage, Soma
Building, 44th end Colombia St.
Telephone 3-0272. ..
LESSONS
Vacation Ballroom Dance Cours Courses
es Courses for pre-teen and teenagers.
1 6 'i hr. lessens and free dance
book for only $10.00. Classes,
will be held an Saturday Only
starting June 9th. Register new
by calling Balboa 2-4239 or
Panama 3-1660. Harnett
Dunn. :K'-'.;;.': ::"':' ,"
Trouper isn't 60 ?
On As Only JO Show
Up For Her Debut
ROME. May 25 tUPJ Rina del
Liguoro was a trouper until the
emptiness of a huge theater ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished her will to carry on.
Once, just after World War 1,
sh ewas an Italian film beauty
and was the toast of Europe. Her
career ended. She decided to carve
out another one as a concert pian
ist. vr i v ;
1 ttook timeNot until last Tues
day night was she ready for her
debut.. She mailed out 50 compli
mentary tickets. The box office of
the Quirino Theater opened. .
When she stepped out on-tne
stags, 70 persons were in .the
audiencet-he 50 who. got in. free
and 20 who paid. :
Rina del Liguoro is a trouper.
She smiled at the empty gallery
an dbeean Beethoven's Sonata, O-
pus 27. She played anly a few pars.
u was too mucn, sne rose-ana iac-
ed the tiny audience; i t '
"I am sorry, sne saw. ine
huge theater echoed to her voice.
"You must forgive me. i am not
accustomed to performing before
an empty house. She paused and
went on vi thank the 50 persons
whqare here on invitations I sent
out." v ':-:.:'-"'"
But above all I thabk the 20
who bougot tickets; Thank you
and please forgive me.'' 1
She curtsied and walked from
the stage. The small audience ap applauded,
plauded, applauded, but she took no bows.
Later, in net dressing room,- a
huge bouquet of white roses ar arrived,
rived, arrived, sent by some understanding
person. .-
'My tunerai is Beginning, sne
said. "The flowers hava already
arrived.'1
Diesel Engineer,
Has Slesm Puller :
EVERETT, Wash. (VPY
Lawrence Griffin, a 36-year.old en
gineer for the Milwaukee Railroad,
is one of the most popular men in.
town with the kids.
Griffin, a bachelor, operates a
miniature steam locomotive in his
backyard. It can carry him and
a number of children on the ride
over 300 feet of track. The kids
ride on the flat cars.
The tram is built to a scale
of three-quarters of an inch to the
foot to i regular steam-engined
train.
"When I start firing up the en-
fine I think every kid in a ra
dius of 10 miles can .smell It and
comes running," Griffin said. 'I
seldom operate the train without
12 or IS kids waiting to ride."
. The train operates under 109
pounds of steam pressure and
weighs 165 pounds with the coal
tender-empty. Griffin said.
Griffin's train is his hobby. He
began building it in July, 1954.
Griffin operatea a cuesei-eiecmc
locomotive for a living, but his
hobby is the steam-engined min min-i&turCa
i&turCa min-i&turCa ': "' V .''Ve-
"The Tdielsei isT here to stay, 1
know," said Griffin, "but 1 al.
ways did like those steam puffers,
and that's why I built my own.
Besides I'm probably the most
popular guy in town with the kids,
and that's half the fun of my
hobby."
i ". ii -
The behavior of birds is gov
erned by a built-in control system.
Instinct tells them when it is time
to assemble in flocks, to migrate,
to stop migrating, to sing, to fight,
to mate, to build a nest and lay
eggs
FOR SALE:
All guaranteed tn new condi condition,
tion, condition, aircraft 12 volt radios.
One-Sunalre, Crystal control control-ed;
ed; control-ed; five-channel transceiver
with electric Teel; one-LTR-6A
Lear 12 Channel THE
transe elver with low f re re-ajuency
ajuency re-ajuency and 'Standard broad broadcast
cast broadcast receivers; ane-Lear 12
channel CUF transmitter.
. Phone Panama $-1712

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach heuta. One mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1166
PHILLIPS Oceeaside Cottage,
Senta Oar, lex 435, lelooa.
Pbeaa Paneata 3-1877. Crist a a-bal
bal a-bal 3-1673.
IEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel' comfortable houses.
Phen Thompson lalbaa 1772.
I Spend your week end ar- Ria
Mar, the best bathing beach in
'.the Republic, with all conve conveniences.
niences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The
new managment is anxious ta
serv yen,
LOST & FOUND
LOST Diamond upphira gold
earring fa Ancoa J St. area ar
" lalbaa Theater., Reward. Phen
latbeo 2-1759.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors'
FOR SALE: S2.foot motor
launch with sail. Gray Marina
motet with cemplet set of sails.
Excellent condition. For infor information
mation information all 12-3270 after 4:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: 21 foot Gaff-rigged
sailboat. CaH Dr. And enow Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6310... . ..
Position Offered
WANTED: English Spanish
stenographer far temporary work.
Phen 2-4944.
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FOR RENT

saw
3
.yllonsea 't
FOR RENTr Vecetioa Quarter Z
June 15 ta September I. Cent- J
plerefy furnished house, kitchen,
dining and living-room, 3 bed- i
rooms ana air-conditioned, 2 4
baths, maid's quarter, large 3
yard, garage. Located Bella Vis- 4
ta. Phone 3-6757.
FOR RENT: Furnished Chalet,
2 bedrooms, living room, dining J
room, perch,' kitchen, garage.
Samuel Lewis St. No.. 4, facing
Vrskayina. Telepbane 3-2795;. Z',
FOR RENT
Kooms E
FOR RENT; One ar twa rooms
furnished, newly painted in pri- ,f ,f-vafe
vafe ,f-vafe bouse on Via Espana near t
II Panama Hotel. References "re-
quired. Call Panama 3-1566.. J,
FOR SALE
- Alotorcyclfg
FOR SALE: Motomeoter, Lam-J
bretta, new tires and exeellint
mechanical condition. F I r 1 1 4
$125.00 takM It. Phen 2-
4435. t :uW.
FOR SALE V
Real Estate
FOR SALIt Beautiful tot of 1
land ia tawa II Valla. 6,180 sq. t
mts, la front main street going -.V
ta Hotel Campasrr. la rear A" T T-ton
ton T-ton River J. G. Batalla, Tel. 2 t
1809. Pric 50Ctt. sq. mt. j

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FF.IDAT, MAY 25, 1938

Tnr PANAMA AMERICAN A.N IXDEPEXUFXT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN I
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vAPIIULfO,
25C 'i 1 I'; 10c.
SOX OF KOXG
,
- Also:
THE BIG SKY ;
I V PL
BANK NIGHTS
. .--
FIVE ....,
ji Also:. 1
JENNING OF
KANSAS
CENTRAL Theatre
75c
- WEEKEND RELEASE!
Jane Wyman ft Chariton Heston, in
LUCY GALLANT
In Vista Vision and Technicolor!
Great, a moving drama of love
versus career!
Shows: 1:00, 8:42, 4:40, 0:54, a.m.
LUX THEATRE
75c. 40c.
- , WEEKEND RELEASE! O
The big thrill on the big screen is his
starring motion picture; Liberate, in
SINCERELY YOURS
In TECHNICOLOR! ; ;
Shows: 3:00 4:15 C:35 1:55 p.m.
DtnVEAU Theatre
Popular Night' $1.10 FEB CAB!
'-r ESTHER WILLIAMS and
VAX JOHNSON H S
' in ;
' U EASY TO LOVE :
CECILIA THEATPE
R I O
ncroifi
25c.
15c.
60c.
30c.
Great Double Feature Ever Show!
; END OF THE
AFFAIR
- Also:
TWO OF THE KIND
Bank Night $241.00,
CELL 2455,
DEATH BOW
; Also: -JHE
SNIPER
. Kirk Douglas, in
INDIAN FIGHTER
In Cinemascope! Frank Sinatra, in
The Man with The Golden Arm
V i with Eleanor Parker

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Day r DecOratfon Day as it' WASHINGTON, May 25 (UP)
was called originally dates back President Eisenhower called on
to 1864 when women o( Pennsyl- the Democratic Congress yester yester-vania
vania yester-vania and Viriginia placed flowers day for aonroval of an 18-noint

J upon the graves of Union Army top priority legislative program

and confederate Army oeaa,- com- ranging from his school and high high-mapder
mapder high-mapder G. Bonzoumet of Lt. Gar- way bills to civil rights and fjr fjr-vyn
vyn fjr-vyn H. Moumblow Memorial' Post eign aid.

Ne. 3871 V. F. W., dpclared today. whUe refusing to pin a "Must"
'-'Then, in 1968, Gen. John : A.'iabel oon the program, the White

Logan, commander in chief of tne House said Mr. Eisenhower con

Grand Army of the Republic is-siders it "very important',' f er
sued his famous General Order", Congress to pass the legislation
No. 11, designating May 30 of each before it adjourns this fummer for

year as Decoration Day tor tne the 1956 election campaign.
purpose of paying floral tribute to, Senate Democratic Leader Lyn

the Civil War dead. That was the don B. Johnson (Tex.) declared

beginning of the nationwide ptac- that "if the President will be pa

twe ol eulogizing ait American war neot" Congress will enact a pro pro-dead
dead pro-dead on May 30 which is todaygram "designed to meet the needs
known as Memorial Day. j0f the Amruan people" before Ihe

vror me past 00 yems u Miena 01 tne session

been onr 'custom to pause briefly
on the 30th of May just to think.
.' "That mav sound stranee be-

cause, of course, we do think dur dur-int
int dur-int the other 364 davs of the yearj

But on tne-30th of May our though
are given a special turn. The 3t0hi
of May our thoughts are given a
special turn. The SOth of May is

orimarily the day of memories

Actio Speaker John W. Mc
Cermack (D Msss.) and Mr. (Ei (Eisenhower
senhower (Eisenhower was fortunate be because
cause because "A good part of the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic program which he has.
embraced has already been
passed er is In the process ef
passage."

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clusive1 Exclusive1 v Yours: There are signs
that 1 Skelton's two children

will he slices off the old ham

and the comedian's already teach'

ing them his pantomime rouimes
Ninf-vear-eld Valentina and eight

year-old Richard ham it up almost!

every $uday; on tne sseuon icn icn-'
' icn-' nii pant which he converts in' i

. a stage 1 with scenery and full
sound equipment. Red demon demonstrates
strates demonstrates a routine and then the kids
imitate him vthite be photographs
. .. ', .:.u i m.A Itmrn

iDem wim m

. Red may be TV star new, but
he Isn't worried about putting

television In the Hollyweeel wring.
b. Kit new movie. : "Public

pIumii Number One.", In the film.

ot uki thtouah e washing

machine's window at the whirling

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frw.t u i. rail h Memorial secretary Murray bnyder said

Day the day dedicated to heroes Mr. Eisenhower keeps the list in
arid to ideals his desk drawer for ready refer-
"Meriiorial Day Is In honor of ence. He also emphasized that the
more than one million Americans President "is not giving up" on
who have died in combats waged tther legislative recommendations

since the Revolutionary war 01 o"
i77n A high point of Mr. Elsenhow

. t : iA.in7 itmitnamet s a i d. er's program was his appeal for

f'that is why the Veterans of For- passage of his full $4,900,000,000
.in. wr of th United States liv-l foreign aid request. The House

. h it. nldie to honor the dead Foreign Affairs Committee recent

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ly ordered a $1,100,000,000 cut in
the program. Mr. Eisenhower's

main fight to restore the cuts will

tome in the Senate.

Also in trouble is the president's

L clothes end deadpans:
'Television p r e r a m 1 don l

make much sense do tneyj-

Franchet Tone's notice to ex ex-wife
wife ex-wife Jean Wallace that be wants
his two sons to spend the summer
with him in the East is another
round ia legal battle between
the two. Jean, now Mrs. Cornel
Wildei- W seeking to increase the
$250 support he pays foe the two
boys. Tone submitted a figure
.hirh Jean refused a few -weeks

' ago, and his petition followed.
T..u.r eltrtd some ef Bar

bare Nichols' best scenses la 1 "The
Wild Party." Her explanation ef
what happened: ?When I moved
one way, my eeetume moved the

, mor.";y ...;;:v; v.

-Mr' -yAAmee that Hollywood

is more aware than ever of TV
competitions
Every producer in town wants
a summer release for his films,
when' drive-ins are booming and

the Dig i v snows iit '1
Murnhv'i addinfl a South

ern Arizona ranch to the Murphy
. empire. . Basso Salvatore Bac Bac-caloni
caloni Bac-caloni of the Met makes his first
debut as Judy Holliday's father-

lam in tier new comeuy. cuu

hv hnlnintf the livini."

i "We can see o other way to do
th ejob adequately except
through service to our fellow men,
tn their rnnimunitier and to the

Dtin w nf ih vpw fpii that reouest for 250 million dollars

doing these things is at least a step year in federal grants over a four four-toward
toward four-toward fulfilling the promise we year period to build, new schools,
have made1 to our honored dead I is bogged down in the House
the promise expressed in these under the threat of an anU-segre-words:
Fear not that you ti a v e gation amendment by Rep. Adam
died for vnaufiht -The torch1 you' Clayton Powell (D-NX). v :

of Love." Judy plays the title role; threw to us we have caught. Tenf ;' w
a doll expect a baby. .. . million hands will hold it high awt'? However, House Waders ..have ..have-There's
There's ..have-There's another Kim St Columbia! freedom's liKht will never die. Wei. indicated an ort will be made

where Kim Wovak is clamor star have learned the lesson you have; o get a showdown vote one way

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Charney, acting with Audie

Murpny m "'me Guns ot Fort

Petticoat."

Delayed Take Dent.: Jean

Pierre Aumont married Marisa
Paven : who's e twin Aemenf t

Broadway play, lust before

met Marisa. was titled. "Heaven

ly Twins."

Vivian Blaine, the take-back

your-mfttk d 0 1 1 of "Guys and

Dolls" is escapting the ; Adelaide
type casting jinx when she re

places Meuey winters July 2 u

High 5ch::l Prexy
Accused Of Seiual

& Offenses Vilh Boy

WASHINGTON. May 25 (UP).

A District of Columbia high school

principal and. youth leader y ester

day was charged with sex offens

es involving a 15-year-old boy stu

dent.

A Hatful of Bain" on Broadway. 1 1

ITr 4lMlIViafiA WAlaw nwM skn'il ... .. .

t ,2 41 "V ieaP't" P sex. squad, said
take ; the a h 0 w on tour ; in w-arrant has been issued for

oepiemoer. 4 ... ; f ,v-r-i larret of -L." HoscOfi Evans.

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vivian. wne it snedduta hubbvr c..ni.,. ...a .'. i,mu.

minnj rrnw, lay i mora ( ni
Mr., Big in her life but laughs
There ere a few Mr. Smalls."

Leigh Snoweden, queen V the

the student occurred in the school
office during January and Februa

ry. He said police are looking into

at least one other complaint.

Pnliia attpmntari tn arv a war.

recent : Las Vegas Tournament cf rant tor ETang. arrest at his farm
Champions who scored the putt. at nearby Virginia earfy this week
mg contest between Bing Crosby, Dut faiied to find him. He is on

ana poo nope, is stut Diusning.:.!. ieave from his school duties,

&be knOWS nothing about gOlft F.. until mnvvl rpcanllv

and when she posed for a,photo;was a member of the DUtrict of
with Bing and Bob, a cameraman ; Columbia court advisory com mi t t-said:
said: t-said: -; . He is also a member of the

Take hold of 1 putter. 'district 1 commissioners youtj
A puzzled Leigh looked' at mtinril and was a sDonsor for bovs

Hope, men,ai v-rosoy ana wen he National Training School.

asxea whb uiana iw; .
"Which One?", -tjiyl "r
I Edgar Bergen's wife,' Frances.

will not 'only accompany gal pal

Guy Kibics Diss

will not onry accompany gai par t r II
June Allyson to Vienna thisumJ AftF f
mer for "Interlude," but she'lll"1 .MM llwlii

play a role in the film. Italian
charmer Rossano Brazzi eostars
with June in what Producer Boss

Hunter calls "the love story to

end all love stories." June goes
to Europe to meet the perfect guy
meets Brazzi, and then leaves
him to marry an American.

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Midlothian, III, and Fred Graefen, of Harvey, III., are shown
on their raft, the U-Name-It in the Chicago River, completing -the
last leg of their 2960-mile journey. The pair spent three
months traveling front Dotton, HL, to New Orleans and the
Mardi Gras, Sod then back to Chicago, L .: ,

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EAST ISLIP, N. Y. May 25

(UP) Cuy Bridges Kobbee, 70,
the veteran bald-headed character

actor, died yesterday in Actor's

Fund home after a long illness.

Kbet who started trouping at

15, began tc lose his flaming red
bair at 19 and by 1930 when he
landed his first Broadway role,

his pate was as shiny as bis smile.
He later went to Hollywood, where
be was cast as a crafty grandpa
who preferred blondes. j
Kilibee, who weighed 100 pounds,
once said he Spent most of his
screen time chasing Joan Blondell
and Gtenda Farrell.
Kibbee as born in El Paso,
Tex., 'he son of a awspaperraan.

He left home as a teen ao to

join his brother's road company
but it was not until be was 44 that
he appeared on Broadway, v

Kibbee was about to give op

or another. If the Powell amend amendment
ment amendment should be approved by the

House, the measure would face :
a southern filibuster in the Sen j
ate.'.. v -;-:;
The House already has passed

a 571 billion dollar highway con

struction program and a some

what similar measure has been;

approved by the Senate Finance,
and Public Rorks committees.
Both bills are generally accept-1
able to the administration'.
The President's list was 'divided)

into five main categories Inter

nationa, national security, govern-!
ment, economic, and welfare.!
These were divided into 18 subdi subdivisions,
visions, subdivisions, some of which included;
several bills. -.-.-..-.- 1
Other parts of the President's
program: i
international Approval of U.S.
participation in the Organization
for Trade Cooperation; customs
simplification; immigration legis legislation,
lation, legislation, including' amendment of
the Refugee Relief Act; and con construction
struction construction of an atomic merchant
ship. . 1 I
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National Security Approval
ef bills to make military careers-!
mere attractive. These included
a measure providing medical
care for military dependents,
which isnearmf enactment, and
a bin prevMint benefits for ewr
vivors, new pendinf in the Sen
ate.
Government Enanctment Of his

proposal for a substantial increase
in mail rates to overcome the,
post office department's big an annual
nual annual deficit. The House Post Of-!
fice Comrauttee has approved in-;
creases, including a one-cent raise
for first class and airmail stamps.
It still must pass the House, and
Senate. He also sought approval
of pay raises for topgradO' civil
service employes and presidential
appointees. t!.,:2

"r liCOnomiC ine nignway giv
gram; farm credit legislation and
the Tural development program.
The farm bill, which Congress sent
to the White House Wednesday,
was included under this heading.

The White Houss explained the

iic had heen nrenared previously.

Welfare Approval of the ad

ministration's heaitn program. la

bor legislation and civil rights
bills, as well as the. school con

struction measure.
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Mail Blanchard
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Diana Lynn.,
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an audit on. The producer asked, W maAaPJr n ou d

Kibbee if he had ever appeared

on Broadway.,
The answer was ro.

'Then there's a chance for you,"
the prodocer said. "I m tireJ of
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Kibbee won a sfarriiig rote as
a traveling; salesman In "torch
Song,"" and was on his way
After his Broadway success. Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood was quick to bid for his

services, although it had rejected Wayne;

twins and two seta of triplets.

him a month before be appeared
in the top films of the 1930s.
He starred in "Ra!, "t"ptain
Blood,1' "Tnree Men on a Horse,"
"Babbitt." "The Golddistrers of

1933," and 'Footlight Parade.",
His last Hollywood film was

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Mt. Kenneth Jerome Kadoch, at the 5t fam me Aposwe ca catholic
tholic catholic Church in Westwood, Los Angeles. ..: .....
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Theron
Blake of Los Angeles, and is a graduate of the University of
California, at Los Angeles. - --. t
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs; Louis H. Kadoch of
the Canal Zone. He is a graduate of Balboa High School,
class of 1950, and of the Graduate School of Engineering at
Stanford University in California. ,He is associated with the
Douglas Aircraft Company in Santa Monica where the young
ctoiple plan to reside. ... :' v ; .;.-. ..-
A reception for about 75 guests followed the ceremony.
, Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Kadoch, parents of the groom, are
jn Los Apgelea to attend the weddlng.'-Vf'','",:'.'.:
PRESIDENT OF PANAMA AND MRS. RICAKDO ARIA8
GUESTS OF HONOR AT "ATOMS FOR PEACE" OPENING
'The President of Panama, Rieardd Arias and Mrs. Arias
were guests of honor 4t the inauguration ceremonies yester
daytafternoon of the "Atoms for. Peace" exposition at the
University of Panama, following which champagne 'was serr serr-ed
ed serr-ed to opening day specially invited guests who numbered
about 100 people and included hirn Government, Canal Zone,
and Armed Forces Officials, members of the Diplomatic Corps
" and many others. ... f '
From today- "Atoms for Peace" will be operf to the ten ten-'
' ten-' c rat public who are invited to attend this interesting exhibi-

Rani have been widely entertained

auring uieir stay on the Istnmus

Mr. And Mrs. Bronson B. Powell
To Attend Daughter's Wedding

in Los Angoiei

Mr. and Mrs. Bronson B. Pow

ell of Diablo Heights Will leave by

piane next Wednesday for Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, California, to attend the

wedding of their daughter, Mary
Celeste, to Mr. Donald B. Vulton.

The wedding will take place on

June 30 m rasadena at the West-

minster Presbyterian Church to
be followed by a reception at the
Altadina Town and Country Club.
Mr. Fulton is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Fulton of Glendale.

and is employed by the Pacific

Telephone and Telegraph Co. Miss

roweii is at present, teaching in

san uiego tsuiorma.,

Mr.' Marctl Ollivior Entertains

The Charge d Affairs of tne

Franoh F.mhissv. Marcel 0 1 1 1-

vier, entertained members of the

Committee France-Amenque yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening at his home on La
Cresta. 1

Returning From Vacation,
The Misses Catita and Sabina
Lewis will be returning to Pana Panama
ma Panama within a few days from a
vacation trip, via ship.

Birtfuliw Dinnar

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Mr and Mrs. unanes vrawiuru

save a dinner last mgni i uicu

residence to celebrate the wru

Lday f Mr. Crawford.

i..w.. Todiv For United States

Mrs. Mildred Morril of Balboa
niii enenrf several weeks visiting

her mother in North Carolina. She
will leave today by plane for the

States.

d .t.iHi Kritm Eurao

nt mi Mm. Fred Humbert

have'returned to the Isthmus after

spending an extenaea vacuuu w

the umtea owes uu
Retirement Party For
Mr. George Engelko
rru. cmmissnrv Division I

sponsoring a retirement party for
Mr. George N. EngeDte at t h e
Washington Hotel on June 29. My
friends of Mr. Engelke's who wish
to attend this affair may obtain
u.w. .t mm ner nerson, from

.u. l1,..,tn cnurrps: MIS. Delia

NcinaToflh. General Manager's
nZ. Mt. Hoiie: the managers

. xlL rviunrintf rnmmissanes

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Cristobal. Margarita. ; Gatun .and
Balboa;- also from the B r a i o s

Brook Country uuo. s

Cristobal Emblem Club
The Cristobal Emblem Club he'd
- izzi.t -.tin n.pentlv. The re-

decorated. Games were Pla
2nd prizes won bs-Um Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Gwen Detore, Evelyn Koper Koper-ski
ski Koper-ski and Jeanette Freeman. Host-
were Mrs. Gertrude Allga er
Crump. Guest Miss
Jeanette Freemen was made wel

come. -"

Members wlurattended were
Mrs. Ida McDade, Mrs. .Alterta
n..L u.a r.ertnide Allgaier,

M 'Alice Smith. Mrs. Josephine

Cshill, Mrs. Mary Livingston, Mrs.
T,:n;?ri, Mr. Evelyn Koper-

oimc y"-r -j Mr I

ski. Mrs. uwen ueior.

Jean van wr neju. .

(Contlnaed on Paga 1)1,

"Despedida" Luncheon Honors
Mrs. Louis V. Hightower

' Mrs; Frank IX Miller and Mrs.

Willard R. Seymour were hostess

es at despedida luncheon at the
Union' Club on Tuesday. Guests of

honor ..were friends who are leav

ins the Isthmus, and Mrs.' Louis

V.'Hifhtower, wife of the Chief of

Staff, USARCARIB.

Theguests were Mrs. Lionel C.

. McGafx. Mrs. W. E. L a i d 1 a w.

Mrs. (jteorge E. Leone, Mrs. Frank
A. Munroe, Jr.; Mrs. Robert S.
Clark:. Mrs. Robert E. 1 Coffey,

Mrs. A. G. Elegar, Mrs. Robert

R. Robertson, Mrs. Harry S
TubbsJMrs. Floy W. McGinn. Mrs

Lunsford C. Pittman, Mrs. Arthur
T. Saftser, Mrs. R a y,m o n d C.
CheallMrs. Richard J. Rastetter,
Mrs. Clyde V. Britton and Miss
Dorothy Brickmar.. ; :
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Diitingulshed Indian
Visiter) Leave

The Raja and Rajil Kuhum Ku-

man juanat wno nave been spend-

ing a Tew weexs m Panama en
route from Brazil to India have

left for their home. The Raja and Panama Canal.

SUgg Dinner At Union Club
Col. Hugh M. Arnold was ten

dered a stag dinner at the Union

Club recently by a group of

friends.

Col. Arnold is the Engineering

and Construction Director with the

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WEDDING DAY British actor Anthony Steel, 38, clasps the
hand of his bride, Swedish star Anita Ekberg, 34, after their
civil wedding ceremony at Florence, Italy. The former Miss
Universe wore a unique off-the-shoulder wedding dress.

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NEVER. NEVER CARRY TALES

OP OTHERS' PERSONAL ;

AFFAIRS. V.

Is there, any ind way of tellini

a woman her husband is navmt

an affair with one of her so-caueo
friends?- ' y:'' '' .'

A ridr ask me for a Kind

way" of breaking such news since

she feels it is ner amy 10 ku ue
wife what i going on. y
Tt' u what tha nossihilities

Lr tha itiiation actuallv are.

First of all and never w ne
overlooked,' there's the possibility
th.t h husband isn't haviiut an

affair but is the victim of mali

cious gossip. A.
Then there's the possibility that
tfca.wifa knows or susoects what

is going on and has chosen to act

as tnougn sne ooesu i, uiuuuug
that har hast bet is to wait it Out

Td.ra u -al the chance that

she suspects nothing and is happy

that way.: ." VI
Or .it could be that she.t knows
a h aitnatinn and has decided to

take her time making up her mind

what to do. -s.
What Good Would It DoT

TTndar' nv oossible condition.

how could it help, the wife to be

told "the truth"?

It Miilrin t. :.-:': ...

An any womaii who is tempted

tn tali another woman a Diner

truth "for her own good" or. per
own protection" would do ;weH to

ask herself wnai ner reai mouvw
are:--. "v ? '"
Most likely she, eh joys peddling

bad news or' can't .hear: tne
thought of a friend's being happy
or complacent -when she should be

No; there's no "kind" ; way of

telling a woman that her husband
i hainv. unfaithful tocher. And

there's no justification: for telling

her, either..

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BALBOA BLUEJACKET: Seaman Apprentice Albert D. Jones,
an ex-Naval reservist from Balboa, Canal Zone, Is being sworn
into the regular Navy for a period of four years by William
t rntiatt. Jr rnmmandinr officer. Recruit TrainlM Command,

jU.8. Naval Training Center, Bainbridge, Md. The 18-year-old

sailor was prompted by the otter or suDmanne training. iverc
spending a 14-day leave with his family, he -wiU report tojrab-:
marine school in New London, Conn. Jones is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald R. Jones, Balboa.-: He la a graduate of Balboa
1 High School.

. :

farraae fc wear witk lwry eMket, bats and accessories!
abMld b leraL to. TUa yimmg lady ases a jaew body eoioga

li BT ALICIA PART; .v '.
NBA Beauty. Editor; 1 ii

AN. extra dimension- comes. to

the flowery ; look, ; so much in
fashion this spring-.with, theuse
of a" flower .fragrance." vt :?'

1 Flower prints, flowers on hats,

belts, 5 pockets, ( coats .artiffclal

flowers as: big as ;caboages ail
get an. un wilting semblance of
reality if the wearer- also : wears

a- flower scent ? f,-3 i

With this in rmmd, the makers

L .a :near-classic- floral scent

have hrouEht ut a hewr bodycol-

oane in the line.- It ns aeoaorant

properties,! '.paradoxically, t which

is what 'makes it auterent xrom

a regular 'cologne. v v t : i

The makers i recommend, that

this new' product' be .used all o

rer me ooay, .. on me sun. un
the warm .days ahead, the cool cooling
ing cooling effect of the fragrance can
be revived by 'using it On expos exposed
ed exposed shoulders and neck.

Filled 'with zeal for their' flow

ers, the makers ha ve put ; inJ. a

"to boot planting plans and a
package of seeds to make a mi miniature
niature miniature flower garden! lnthe; for formal
mal formal French style. : .
' vTUis bonus to help a woman
grow her own flowers1 cdmes
with several of the company's
products hand lotion toilet -water,
perfume, body powder and tha
new. body, cologne. - ,

19 Cdd:3:fe$ To
. .n -i I' -r

Al I Saicdc Tczp

s

White resses
for your (graduation Q)ay
We've a wonderful
collection of white dresses. " .
- You are invited to visit
.,. ...!.-.

Uhior

Ave. Jnsto Arosemena
, No. 40-59 .. :
Phone MUG l

If a drop-in guest aays,. MWeB,l

I must be going. It must be near

your dinner hour" you dont

have to ask him to stay for din dinner
ner dinner unless you want to. -It la
quite all right to say. Tm ao

glad you could atop by" : or,1

"Don't ntirry" or any euier re

mark: that is pleasant. ;: ;-. ,.
Of course. If yoa have a rood

meal planned that ean be be-stretched
stretched be-stretched to include a guest and
want him to stay ask hliav

moncan

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t AA. ANNIVERSARY

JACKSON. Mich. (UP) The

Southern Michigan Prison chapter
of Alcoholics Anonymous.' one of

the largest AA groups in Michi Michigan,
gan, Michigan, observed its 10th anniversary
recently.' Several former : inmates
who were members returned to ad

dress the anniversary, meeting.

' The, Scrlna ceremonial at -th e

Ancon Masonic Temple will begin

at S p.m. Saturday with the reg-

istration of candidates and wui

be' followed by a banquet at 5:30
p.nu-to which all -Shriners from
any of the 167 Temples throughout

the North A"nra- re 'irei.

Nineteen n1 v t I

the' hot s . .."

The, 'T W-to

the tradiUonal method tiirough
which the candidates will join with
the irrorowmatelv. 100.000 Masons

who now belong to' the Shrine. The

activities, on Saturaay wiu ne un

der the direction of Earl Engel,

temple: director, ana the 'Ceremo-

mai crew is. neaoea oy. a. vfuse

Howarn.r,. ..

Utrldilaigest
StllingAim
IcrChMm'

Approved by am

td ef accurate p.!

doiaga aaaaare.
Onap Savored.

. . aw' a II

liy IHIIUI-IIII HIII1 s s s- II

viiiivriiiiv efiivftiJ y

-AJ'.

A0DC3 JEDQa

PAC3(CA! D3H

You can have) golden-bVown, fluify-light pan pancakes
cakes pancakes whenever you want them now that Aunt
Jemima pancake mix is packed in the new fcer fcer-meticallv
meticallv fcer-meticallv sealed tin! In the tin. Aunt Jemima

keeps fresh foteimM It's always pur and
tajt so you ean keep a supply bandy all the time.

WOKDHFUL IJU0YISI3T

Whatever tha occasion Sundsy morning breakfasts, holidays,
' or "snack times'' and especially on Fridays and other meatleas
daya during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special
treat with Aunt Jemima peaeakea, So quick and easy to make
?v : an annatistaf and fluffy-ikht every time! '

, BuyatinofAuntJeiMmapeJKinixtoday
to GOOD eating!

The nineteen new memhers' are

John'M. Amkh. Coco' Solo: Cliff

Beaty; Gurundu; Edward J. enw

gan, Ft Clayton; iiaager-4. tnan-

uier, Ft- Gulick;;Billy J. Brass,
Ft cisvtbn: Roseoe C. Crump.

New, Cristobal;, James O. Downs,

Coco Solito; Robert K. -. uuncan,
Gamboa: George K. HalL : At

brook; Robert I. Harlleel Ft Gu-

lick: Charles o. juage, margan-

tar Jasper L. Long, Margarita;

Robert w.-MCAUisierranama j-tv-
Vincent -C. McCiung'Ft Clay

ton; Jobn:W. Muller, Gamboa;

r.enrie i waaeau.. aiinti

James H. Rheney, Balbba; Robert

Vik. Curundu; ana can- w.

Wrenn, Margarita, I."

Pntentate Robert x. nussei stal

ed that for the convenience of No Nobles
bles Nobles living on the Atlantic Side spe special'
cial' special' buses will leave the Masonic
Temple at Cristobal at 3 o'clock
Saturday. They will make stops at
Margarita Service Center, Cc-e o
Solito bus stop, and the Coco Solo

gate..

aHiiiHai dtirinc Saturday

the Pacific Side for the candidates
will include rides in tha Shrine's
fire engine and two gaudily paint

ed Model' T noras. -

Tlia' Atlantic Ocean hides the

world's mightiest range -of t moun-

tains, v.wlpaing oeneam-? mo ,,cuu
waters from AntarcUca to the Arc
tic Although peaks ; of r the i sub-.
merged chain average 10,000. feet,

(k.i Mitinnai '-tieoaraDiuc outici j

says,1 only? the loftiest, pinnacles

emerge; as- isjanas-.aiiove (ioo

KmIv; heatvof so-called"cold-i

Wooded"1 creatures; such ss- rep rep-tiles
tiles rep-tiles and t turtles ,viries'. with out

side temperature msteaoroi remain

ing fixed, as in mammais ana oiras

OO IT YOURSILF GIVES NEW -TWIST
TO, 'BURGER PARTY ;
,l ; By CAYNOR MADD0X i
NEA FomLoihI Markets Editor
-Our Chicago friend, Beth Bailey
McLean, noted home economist,
has a new idea for a build-your.
own hamburger : party. It's
informal, bountiful and calculated
to keep things moviPt.
Hare's t.e v y s e C v: 'tt

rsrty: ...
I nut, t. i ) I I r 1

s;x-ounce pa.s of wtJ-sc....J
ground beef crisply browned, yet

juicy ana-pinx msiae. You -need
also frilled or toasted snlit bam.

burger' buns for-foundations and
cappers.,: Then ome v the fixines.

conveniently placed for a build-

your-owu burger. There', are open
jars of prepared stout mustard.

grated share horseradish. smoky

barbecue", sauce and tart pickle

rensn. ; ;,,., "tv V j.--v

Have sizeable -bowls : of cora cora-anionable:
anionable: cora-anionable: extras :such .as 'crum
aled blue- cheese. whole, or half

thin slices of tomatoes, sliced aged
cheese, thin slices or rings of
sweet onion, and a peppy '.chili
sauce. A bowl of coleslaw1 and
green peppers suggests the begin,
ning of a you-build-it salad. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps some will add the onion and

tomatoes to this, Tather than make
& too-mountainous hamburger., But

from watching folks at such a
feast,' it's: safe' to say they'U try

a bit of all the tempters and so

makes: glorious- hamburger

thriller. .-,'.'

He recipe for Quick- Apple

Bread is tops, too. - f

V- Quick Apple Bread v
(Yield: One x S-inch loaf) V
IV
One-half cup shortening, 1 cup

sugar; 1 teaspoon vanilla, 2 eggs,
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour, VI
teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon soda, 1

teaspoon baking powder, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons sour -milk or buttermilk, 1
cup finely chopped apples, tM tup

cnoppea, nuts: r H t -Cream
shortening, sugar: 'and

vanilla until light and fluffy.' Add

eggs one at a ume,- Deaung- weii
after each, addition. Sift together

flour, salt, soda- and baking, pow.

der..Add flour mixture to creamea
mixture alterpately. with milk- and
apples.., Stir( in 'the- nuts. Pour T
batter into- 9, x.. 5-inch loaf pan
(rubbed witltf shortening),. Bake in
moderate t oven -(350 degrees F.)
SO to 60 1 minutes. CooLt Remova
oake from- pas. This cake is good
fresh, or it may be wrapped in
waxed paper aluminum- foil, ?or a
plasUc nag ,for lervice in -two; or
three days. f,

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s v f Opnifirthi-weckeaJ
I ; :. 'V ..' '":"V:v-.,

.- vtiVaaVSi, '-
eopdY::-;';

bass and drum

the late crowd,;

and Saturdayi

30 sja--

L VV I V 'bass
. yZ ; to entertain. 1
AdLL-jZ 0 every Friday

. P S '- alt-cnnfflUQned'Biboa Bar,

(Nightcap- on-the-house at -4:30 : a.m.)

ueorae susw- piaja- uic vwu

10 p.m-.2 a.m. sun., Tues, Wed. Thuts.

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FKIDAT. MAY 15,1936

ITS ?AXA3tl A3ITMCA5 LS IXDET EXTENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FAGSKTXl

Socia I and Otlt

erwidc

ComiinuiJ

In

Fourth Preceptor, William J. Bird
with Marvel Davison; Fifth Pre Preceptor,
ceptor, Preceptor, irl R. Sanders 111 w i t h
Janel Swicegood; Sixth Preceptor,

Jackie D. Bedwell with Clare,

tameine WtrUin Installed

Hiehaat DeMolay Office
Atlantic Chapter, Order of De DeMolay
Molay DeMolay held a public installation
of officers Tuesday evening, at the

Cristobal aosnic Temple. La4 White; Seventh Preceptor, Thom-

moine Weleia,, newly elected Mas Master
ter Master Councillor, and other officers
.who will serve with him, were in-:
ctaljed in the presence of morel
than one hundred and twenty-five

members, parents and -friends, of;

ueuoiay. -. ,v . ,-

Robert W.rMacSparranr who-has
completed his -term '.as' Master

Councillor, Vas the installing, offi officer
cer officer assisted by Emmett W. Argo

as Senior Councillor; Jay A; .Cun

ningham, PMC, a Junior Council

lor; Leslie W. Croft ir.t PMC, as
-Marshal; Bruc G Sanders-Jr as
Sentinel: Reverend Ray Blakely
as Chaplain' iThomaL, .Sellers as

Scribe: Miss CraceArgo as Orga

nist and Miss-Clare White as So

loist. -j-;:'; z'. Tri--

The officers, entered the Cahpter
room for their, installation escort-,

d by members of Cristobal As

sembly No. 2. Order of. the Ram-

bow for Girls, dressed in w.hite
formals and.'wearing .orchid ; wrist
corsages. .-:"..,-. vV--:
The officers for the mew term
ire Lamoine ..Werle'in Master

Councillor, who escorted Donna J.

Humphrey, Worthy Advisor of
Cristobal Assembly Nd. 2; Senior

Councillor. Barry L. Davison, wno

entered with Patricia Leach; Jun

ior Councillor. John A. Wlllouehby

with Edithann Eckhoff ; S c r i b e-i
Treasurer Mark C. Sugar with

Shirley A.-1 Keepers; Senior Dea Deacon,
con, Deacon, Philip S. Hadarits with Terry
Louis; Junior Deacon, David S.
Stanley with Marie Bleakley; Sen Senior
ior Senior Steward, Raymond C..J- Croft
with Rosalie Radel; Junior. Stew:
ard, Ralph W. Boggs with Patri Patricia
cia Patricia Stanley; Chaplain, ..-Wimam P.
Fusselman with Sandra Jones;
Marshal, "William C. .Lawrance
with Carol' Flenniken; Standard
Bearer, Theodore J. Herrman with
Jeanette Swicegood; Orator, Jon
P. McGraw with Jean Chambers;
First Preceptor, Ernest A. Stie Stie-britz
britz Stie-britz witlv- Linda r. Cunningham;
Randall Deakina stood in proxyfor
Joseph H. .WhiteV Second Precep Preceptor;
tor; Preceptor; Third Preceptor, Lester A.
Bailey entered with Bonnie Smith;

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r reuu r nni5 .zov ttol v. v veauier v ear

- BY CA1LE DUG AS
NEA Wamen't Editor
NEWYORKfNEA) Picking a

print for hot weather is as sim

ple as arranging a bouquet

as JS. iseliers wilfl Joan rage andf Whether your taste runs to the
Sentinel, LeRoy ;O. .Werlein 'withlneat, sophisticated modern, the
Huey CLee. -At ,-V. i I blurred floral or the realistic re-

. As the Holy Bible was placed on production of roses and carna

the. Altar,.. Miss Clara-Wnite, ao-'tionS, there's something for your

money, ji wia oe sumeimng iiai-

tenng and suited to your type.
Blooming print gowns have re returned
turned returned to grace summer evenings
as they have not done in some
seasons. We show two versions
here, one on the short and one

iiu: the floor-length manner.

The "baby look" appears (left)
in a. dress with drawstring neck neckline,
line, neckline, indrawn waist, small cap
sleeves and full dancing skirt
Fabric is a pure sQk taffeta print printed
ed printed with rose sprays on a white
background.
For gala affairs, there's a floor floor-length
length floor-length gown (right) in pure silk,
printed with yellow daffodils.
Bodice is strapless and there's a

loist, sang- '"The Lord's Prayer.'

. The Reverend Ray Blakely Min Minister
ister Minister of theJatun, Union Church,
and. guest speaker of the evening,
gave an inspiring address follow following
ing following the installation of .the officers. officers.--
- officers.-- The. Pastor Master Councillors
jewel,' a gift lrom the Chapter,
was preseuted to the outgoing Mas Master
ter Master Councillor, Robert tf,Mi
Sparran; by Lamoine W e r 1 e i n."
Merit awards ; and bars, earned
Hurintf ithev nast term,, were also

presented-by the newly installed!

Master.councuior- to menipers, wuw
had. earned them." ... j
., Mrl Vferlein presented his sdil

with a gavel of native woodwijt woodwijt-able'
able' woodwijt-able' inscribed,' to- bemused; during
. Mastr j. Councillor.

" -r. i et i .- l.

Soecial Jjuests at -the'instauuonjioopea, pouiiam uow wr mp m-

inrOiirl'I'r KIT "... K K.. AILMIUUII. iCACSh. mjvvu uvdaw iuc wj ,iv

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOUR!

tfit BIO ironing I
aid in the fifth box.

Sista"nt iDeputy1 of the Aipremei

Council Mr. rEmmeit r, a n,
voihi Master of The Panama

Canal -Lodge, of Perfection,,which
the. Atlantic Chanter i Or

der of DeMolay; Mr. David C..Mc C..Mc-nk.nnv
nk.nnv C..Mc-nk.nnv -Matit-of Sibert Lodge,

AF AM, and Chapter Advisor;

Mr. Wm. A. HflQanis, jiav
cnimimoK IidBe. AF & AM;. Mr.

m.n nf the, DeMolay Advisory

r.,,..!)- Mr and Mrs. Alire. -X.

Mrph Worthy Patrori and WoN

thy Matron of Royal Palm Chap-,

ter No. z, um; turi
Judge," Mothers Advisor of Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, Rainbow- Assembly No. 2;
;. rtnn J HumDhreyi worthy

Advisor of Cristobal Rainbow-Assembly
Rev. Btakelywrt
speaker; Mr. and Mrs. F W, Wer Wer-lein,
lein, Wer-lein, parents of the new : Master
Councillor; and Mr;- andis M r a
Thomas N. Ptge, parents f the
outgoing, Master Councillor.- ---
frtiAM wart refreshments !; im

dancing in the banquet hall t the
close of the installation ceremo ceremonies.
nies. ceremonies. '': ;' "'-k

lena Barbieri.

Scout News

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National Bey Scout Officer I
Adressta IBS Leadtra
' Last Monday evening at a meet

ing held in the teaehersV room of
the Paraiso School a group of. of

ficers and leaders of local council

of the' International Boy Scouts, of

tne canai zone neaaea py cms b.
Fawcett and scout executive Ray

mond George, were kept at rapt
attention and In good humor as
they listened to a 45-minutes talk
on the methods of "Leadership

raining." given by E.:,E..Hoising

ton. assistant director of volunteer

training, Boy -Scouts of America,

from thet national office in jncw

Brunswick:. J.n ;-v

Hoisington "who had been;: cur

rently visiting ibe Isthmus as the

guest of the canal zone council

801. Boy Scouts of America, prov

ed a lascinaung speaxer wun w

beaming smile. In bis informal talk:

s) 4

, i
Inhis opening remarks be said,
Scouting is a wonderful game and
it gives hira a warm inner-feelmg
o f satisfaction to see the young youngsters
sters youngsters grow up into manhood in the

movement, many of whom develop

ed into prominent citizens of the

nation..:..!-' .s;.!'j

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I.RT7I WINNERS Vlctorino. Garcia, and hla wife receive cmi cmi-Tratulatlots
Tratulatlots cmi-Tratulatlots from Father John Rutledge of St.
&SrIon Winning television s

ktilth On Fcnner
IcnAF?22r$ In
Deed Housekeeping
An interesting article about Mrs.
Sharks H. JBarth, Jr., former res res-dent
dent res-dent of the Canal Zone is carried
n the current issue of ,' Good
iousekeeping. "'.v 717-
The article describes Mrs.
larth's" life offical cadet bost bost-tss
tss bost-tss at the United States MUltary
Vcademy where she has beea em em-tloyed
tloyed em-tloyed for: the" past nine' years,
during this time, the article says,
ihe has. staged' thousands of social
vents, among them nearly ,500
fune Week, weddings at the Aca-
MrsV BarlK' lived In the Zone for
tbout three years just .before
Vorld War lLwhen herv husband.
Iris?. Gen,- Barth, was assigned
the Canal, organization on the
rhird Locks Project. He served
.. ....;..t-.r.f Hocicninff engineer

ind designing engineer for several

honths before nis reasignmeni. -io
active Army1 duty.
Barth lost bis life In a plane
In Trplanil ill MaV. 1943.

Kiio cervine as chief Of staff ot

he -American forces in Eneland.
was serving with Gen. Frank
Indrews, then commander of the
brecs, who was killed in the same
iceident. '
The Toa between- Cororal- and
Mabw Crossing which parallels
taillard Highway is named in his
lonor.

Painr Contracts
Awarded By Canal
To Brouwer Firm

Two paint contracts involving

tne interior painting of 18 apart

ments and two houses located in

Gatun, Margarita, Ancon, Balboa
and Diablo Heights were awarded

this week to Servicio Brouwer by

the Panama Canal Co. The Brouw Brouwer
er Brouwer company made low bids total totaling
ing totaling $3,280 on both projects. -.j.
The two nouses included on the
paint schedule are: No. 418 in Gat Gatun
un Gatun and No. 8593 in Margarita, .

Anartmenr fn he naintml nr

Nos. 115-Br and 249-B, and 254 B

in uatun; inos. wh-u, B(i36-c,
8124-B,, 8211-B. 8223-A, and 8S54-A

In Marffarita: IUP1-R a n A

0558-A in Ancon; Nos. D776-H, 0840-

f, 0775-D, and 0775-1 in Balboa;
and No. S720-D In Diablo Heights.

Rcckwcll Kcnl

0;:r2li:n InllY

PLATTSBURGH, N. Y., May 25
(UP) Artist Rockwell Kent un

derwent an "emergency"' : kidney

operation at Chaniplain Valley

Hospital here today after sudden

ly becoming ill while ; driving to

Washington to appear at a pass passport
port passport hearing.

Hospital attendants said the 74-

year-old Kenfs condition was 'gen 'generally
erally 'generally good' following the opera operation.
tion. operation. They declined further details.

Kent had left his home at Aus-

able Forks in the Adirondack

this morning by autatnobile with

bis wile for the trip to Washing

ton where he was scheduled to

appear on May 29 at a hearing on
his pplication for a passport.
He was taken ill about 8:30 a.m.
and rushed to the hospital ere.
The operation was performed by

Dr. Leonard Schlessinger w m o

said it could be termed an "emer-

could have waited possibly a day

oetore cemg it"

A leader ,:Jie' ways,, must know
what to do, how to do -what (as
training- can be, fun), get a chance

to put bis training into practice practice-under
under practice-under guidance, and the satisfac

tion of his leadership training. He
said one ma yeieii findrwiv hs

said one may differ in his view
point (which he illustrated with an

apple), but correct definition tn

scout training should be followed

strictly according to the book with
its 1 prescribed rules and regula

tions. Follow the book at all times,
he emphasiied. One subject at a

he-gave a comprehensive outline) me in leaaersnip training gives

of his subject ip all its phases di tne oest resmt.-n- pointed out.

4 intn thrm. nrt- firmm I.eart. LcauersniD iraminE enoum oe ias

ership Training,",,PersonalCoachJ cinatingly applied so that those who

Inir" "Horn-- Studv" the use of the! receive the instruction will like

j 1-mrniTe-d-i-a-t-e: 2

INSTALLATJON

CALL 2-2374

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"Handbook on Scouting."

METIS

, fach nollr for Iniipslna la tlili
column fhould lubmittrd Id type-'
wrUica'farai rt4 mailed to n f
U box aumhen Hated daily In "S-
. dial and OUmswiae." or delittNd
bjr hand tha of lice.- Notice af
f nMctinai MuuMt be accept td by tela- -1
Bbona. 1. v
Arts And Crafts Croup
The Arts and Crafts Groun of

the Woman's Club will meet on

Monday, at 9 p.m. af the home of

Mrs.- Helen Wentworth. bouse 573,

San Juan Place. .

The present project the group
is working on is copper tooling.
Two Vast British
Fortunes, Melded,
In Vedding RiW
' LONDON, May -25 lUP) The
heir and heiress of two Vast Brit British
ish British fortunes wer -nirried In a

simple ceremony described as

London's "wedding of the year"
yesterday. -."

The groom was? Mikael Esay Esay-an,
an, Esay-an, .28 who. one day will inherit
some of the millions that his fabul

ous grandfather Calousle Gulbenki-

an, made m oi; inve$tnienti. i -,!
' The bride was Geraldine Guln-

ess. 25, of the Ky L. G.- Spark
plug manufacturing family. She is
also connected with the Guiness
brewery fa mi'y of Ireland. i
"Six policemen and two police-i
womm were assigned to handle

the crowds at historic, bt. Mar

garet's Churcn, .where the first

part .of a doiiule ceremony was
conducted. v. i
However, only about 100 well-!

wishers waited outside the church!
to extend congratulations; The se-!

cond quiit ceremony was held in
London's Armenian Church sever several
al several hours later. Essayau is Armeoi-

an hi rn. '-
Ibe couple ill honeymoon tn
France and Italy for three weeks
before returning to London, where
Essayan- will, take" bis final law
examination.

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Lucky Test Favorite
Tit:? Furlong Sprint

The Stud Buena Fe's steadily improving Chilean
colt Lucky Test will go out a sure mutuels favorite

m the featured, $550 seven furlong spruit for lowly

(assE. imported thoroughbreds tomorrow alter
. noon at the Juan Franco face track.

M A J. .'. w .l.it. a. 1 i Ml.t. MN at A t L

.dcneauiea v oppose Lucsy lesuine mgnry ratea wooe irouer si

in Super Girt, Andes, Maria

. jjiarao, iaieboat, tnarne juccar juccar-,
, juccar-, Empire Magic and Quemato-
Empire Magic, Maria Stuardo,
" Ljfeboat and Andes are expected
l '.offer Lucky Test stiff opposi opposi-tioh.
tioh. opposi-tioh.
Alfredo Vasquez will ride Em Empire
pire Empire Magic, Virgilio Castillo has
the leg up on Maria Stuardo,. Rei Rei-naldo
naldo Rei-naldo Gomez will be aboard Life Lifeboat
boat Lifeboat and Braulio Baeza on Andes.
Tbe vastly improved Lucky Test
will have hustling Guillermo San San-,'che'z
,'che'z San-,'che'z in the saddle. Lucky Test
wa an impressive second behind
ha

Sunday. A reapeat performance
should make hio. an easy wirner.
Strong finishing Supper Girl is
the upset possibility in this one.
Bias Aguirre will do the booting

on the (Julian area mare.

Charlie McCarthy and Quemato Quemato-dos.
dos. Quemato-dos. both slowly regaining their
best racing form, after rest pe-
vinAo ra thai nntaMfar in thff rr.

Osvaldo de Leon will ride Charlie

McCarthy while Julio Junenei Jr
has the lee uo on Quematodos.

Ten other races, including $a $500
special for imported maidens, are

on the program

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Jockey Wgt COMMENT

ODDS

1st Race 'H2a" Imp. 1 Mile Purse $400 Fool Closet 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Choya, .,; B. Baeza 103 Nothing recently
2 Devonshire C. A. Vasques 114 Rates good chance

3 Arpegio J. Jimenez 105x Usually close up

4 Matrun .; A. credldio 109x Recent poor races
5 Maruja L. Glraldo llO Quits in stretch
S-?.1501 J--Phillips 118 -Last was revealing,
7 Merry. Slipper J. Baeza '108 Distance to liking
i-S. SUpper B. Aguirre 110 -No. 1 contender

: 15-1
3-1
H
8-1
10-1
even
3-1

2-1

.2nd Race "Special Imp.' 7 Fgs.Purse $500 Pool Closes
.2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1:15

1 Semlpleno

2 Alhajar
3 Oolazo r
4 Lucho
5 Camberwell
8 (Gonetlno 4
7 (Oyster

8 (Gourmet

A. Ycaza 108 Returns from layoff
G. Sanchez 108 Dubious ride In last
R. Gomez 115 Form indicates
V. Ortega 110 Ran well in debut
A. Gonzales 106 Nothing to recommend
- C. Ruiz 112 -Early speed galore
, F. Hidalgo 109 Rates good chance
V. Castillo 112 Could take it all even

15-1

3-1
3- 2
4- 1

30-1
even
even

Pool Closes 1:45

3rd Race H" Native 7 Fgs. Purse $275

. ONE TWO

1 Enriquetft B. Baeza 107 Distance suits style 10-1
2 Golden Pick J. Phillips 115 Should be close" up 2-1
3 Plropo G. Vasquez 105-Nothing in months 15-1
4 Sixaola J. Jimenez 11 Ox Hollow shell now '10-1
5 Choly K. Flores 118

6 Muneco A. Credldio 113x Usually close up 3-1
7 Candelarla B. Aguirre 110 Jockey should help v "3-1
8 (Consentida F. Medrano HOx Good early sped -4-1

9 (La Pampaninl G. Cruz 118 Rates fair chance 4-1'

ft?-

4th Race "BC Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $350
',. t;- V ; QUINIELA ",

1 Dr. Bill F. Alvarez 110 Impressive win last
2 La Enea A. Vasauez 110. Serious effort here

3 Lady Edna B. Aguirre 110 Will fight it out
4 Fru Fru A. Gonzales 103 Has strong finish :

5 (Apache F. Hidalgo 110 Seeks third straight

6 (La ouararena j. Avua 118 Could win again

f woe

8 Don Grau)

9 Petite)

Pool Closes 2:20

V. Brown 118 Rates chance too

V. Ortega 118 Dropped in class
A. Ycaza 111 Usually beats these

3-1
2-1
2-1

5-1

3-2

3-2

3-2

31
3-1

Ffv Davis Co. Level
Elimination Bonis
To Begin Juns 1
Armv Atlantic company level

elimination boxing bouts will get

under way at the t oil uavis gym

June 1 and conune for 10 days.

Winners and runner-ups in each

of the 10 weight classes will re-

oresent Armv Atlantic Panama

Area Armed Forces champion championship
ship championship competition in September.
Time and dates for the tourney

will be announced later.

Company squads will be coach

ed by individual units aiinougn
Special Services will appoint
coaches and trainers for the Atlan

tic Area team.

Team managers will meet at
the Fort Davis sym May 28th at

10 a.m. Drawings will be made
at the gathering by the Special
Services Officer and boxers will

be weighed in.

Ten weight classes, two more

than normally recognized by Na

tional AAU rules will be included.

They are fly weight 112, bantam
weight, 119, feather weight, 125,

light weight, 132, light welter, 139,
welter weight, 147, light middle
eight, 156, middle weight,' 165,

light heavy, 178, ana neavy weigni,

178 ana up.

Entries must be received by the

Special Services office, prior to

May 27. All organizations ana

units in the Area are invited and

encouraged to enter a team, mere

number of entries. -number
oL entries. ,

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5th Race "E" Natives .7 Fgs. Purse $275 Pool Closes 2:55

1 Fllon
2 Curazalefla
3 Mochito

4 El Pasha

5 Chepanlta
8 Redondita

S. Carvajal 105x Nothing' recently
V. Brown 118 Dangerous contender
B. Baeza 106 Early speed only
J, Gongora 118 -Usually fractious 1;
O. De Leon 115x Form indicates
J. Cadogan 108 Will fight it out

6th Race Tlla." Imp. 6V4 Fgs.'Purse $400 Pool Closes
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE .!

1 M. Moohlite R. Cristlan l08 Distance' to liking

5-1
3-2

8-1
15-1
even
, 2-1

3:35

2 Jaquimazo A. Ycaza 112 Daneerous this time

3 Fenlx: S. Carvajal 109X-WU1 fieht it out ; I:

4 Febrero II A. Vasquez 115 In thick of it
5 Vedette F. Sanchez 105x WmiM n nAA

6 Greco A. Credldio 105x Weak effort In last
7 Valley Star B. Baeza 108 Ran well in last-

8 Reflector .V. Ortega 110 Usually, close up ,;.?

i.t 'ai'-

Pool

21
3T1
2-1
2-1
1 10-1
i.8-1
, 4-1
h 8-1

7th Race Grt4mik. 7 Fgs. V Purse $450 V"1-
J.J-r--:cyfi:, ,tSD RACE OF THE DOUBLE

-.ft

1 Don Cuto G. Sanchez'115 Anoarentlv hurnt nut

2 Oro Purlto G. Cruz 108 Bad trailer in tost

3 Panicus B. AKulrre 115 Form indicates

4 Te Gano k B. Baeza 103 Nothing to indicate

5 Rio Negro A. Vasquez 115 Jockey may celp
6 Lyrical G. Vasquez 106x Best early. foot
7 Dona Beatrlz F. Alvarez 115 Dangerous contender
8 Lion's Claw F. Hidalgo 113 Returns in shape
9 Nogallno R. Crlstian 115 Better this time

8th Race "Special"

Imp. VA Fgs.Purse. $500
. QUINIELA

loses. 4:05

: -i
251

: 3-2

. 15-1

10-1
- : s i

2-1

4

3-1

Pool Closes 4:10

1 N. Touch A. Credldio 107x Good early spefd 5-1
2 Bosu'n's Mate A. Mena 116 Last was revealing 2-1
3 Tiny Brook L. Gutierrez 107 Nothlne to date 20-1
4 Curale - V. Brown 110 Makes debut her 30-1
5 Love's O. B. Aguirre 116 Usua'Jv close re 3-1
8 Tropico C. Uno 110 Unknown quaMVy 30-1
7 Dianallcia A. Vasquez 110 Ha good workouts 8-1
8 (Suntonner Q. Sanchez 110 -Looks good in preps even
9 (Dun R. Crlstian 118 Long overdue even

Juan franco Tips

By CONRADO

1 Rfccal
2 Golaxo

3 Muneco

4 Apache (e)

5 Curasalena

6 Fenlx

Devonshire Club

Gonetino (e)

Choly

, Petite (e)

' Chepanlta

Maye Moonlight

7 Dona Beatriz Panicus

8 Dun (el Bos'unl Mate

9 Lucky Test Andes

10 Quiescence Geniarito
11 Postinorich Escorial

T

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OBEYING THE UMPIRE'S COMMAND St. Louis Cardinal players walk, to the clubhouse,'

some suu ieci nwajr aiier uuipue owu uuiura iurcgruuuai cicuiea uie dchcu in uic. sccunu
inning of the Giant-Cardinal game in New York. They were still eligible to play asv needed,
but faced a long walk If called. Ejection followed rhubarb with manager Fred Hutchinson
in. which-Landes'. ire was aroused by heckling from the direction of the Cardinal bench. St.
Louis won, 4-1. V v:--, :r ...7 t'i-..w.;-" -.!.:.,. l '.',;

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- By, BEANS REARDON
'14 Years in National League
Written for' NEA Service

v QUESTION: There Is one out,

a runner on third base aqd a 3-2
count on the batter.' The runner
tries to steal home. The pitch hits

the runner as he crosses the plate.

It was in the strike zone. What is
. . . rti ?1

toe can pereir 1 ueorgej loepiei.
Antwer: The runner it safe.

The batter it out on strikes. The

bait it dead.
Q. Can a batter step out of the
batter's box as often as he wants
to 2 Herman Minks.
A. The bitter leaves the box

at the 'risk of having a strike de delivered
livered delivered .and called unlets he asket

the umpire to call time before he
ttept out. ;
, 1 : ' : v '.,'-"-'7'',v
Q.i'There are-two. strikes 'on a
batter when he is removed for a

cinch-hitter. His replacement com

pletes the strikeout Who is charg.

ed witn U7 f aui jurgens,

i "jk. The, firat batter;

JOE WILLIAMS -.

s, 5

OUT OF DOORS with

Why Did the Fish Die?
By AL'McCLANI
Fishing Editor

.'. i ... K y"i '.' 1 'V".

1 Supper Girl B. Aguirre 118 Should be close up 4-1
2 Andes Baeza 108 Has strong finish 3-1

3 M. Stuardo V. Castillo 112 Will fight it out 2-1
4 Lifeboat R. Gomez 108 Should be coutennef 3-1
5 Lucky Test G. Sanchez 116 -Should beat these even
6 C. McCarthy O. de Leon 107x Nothing in months 20-1
7 Empire Magic A. Vasquez 113 'Seeks repeat win 4-1

8 Quematodos J. Jimenez 112x Nothing to recommend 20-1

10th Race "G" Imp: 7 Fgs. Purse $450 Pool Closes 5:40

lCopar A. Ycaza 113 Impnssive. win last 10-1

2 Ornamental S. B. Baeza 108 Will improve soon 8-1

3 Quiescence A. Vasquez 113 Should win again even
4 Florera O. de, Leon 102x Always dangerous 4-1

5 Genlzarito G. Sanchez 112 Will fight it out 3-2

6 Lexden V. CasUUo 115 Nothing recenUy 30-1

7 (Elko F. Godoy J13 Blazing early speed 3-1

8 (Moon Beam A. Gonzales 103 Could be upsettei 3-1

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9th Race "E" Imp. 7

Fgs. Pone $350
ONE TWO

Pool Closes 5:15

11th Race T' IP-1 MBe

Purse $500

1 Encachada1 V. Castillo 113 Racing to best form 2-1
2 Postlnovich -V. Castillo 115 Could score again even even

3 Escorial G. Sanchez 113 Form indicates 1 even

4 Bradomln R. Gamero 118 Rates fair chance 54

was a wholesale reduction of' a

quatic insects in about 100. miles
of the stream below the treat

ment 'point, fisheries 'workers be

More than 500 million pounds of lieve. that many fish, may have

insecticides, herbicides, and fungi- aied 01 starvation.

cides were sold in the U.S. last

year. When mixed with solvents,

this makes a startling amount of

poisonous material that is being

srreaa oy larmers,. maintenance

crews, and others. ?

It seems only logical that steps
should be taken to determine its
effects on fish and game. So far,

however, researchers have been
limited to studying actual kills
rather than preventive measures.

Severe losses of wbitefish, brown
trout -and suckers in Montana's
Yellowstone River followed aerial

snravinc of DDT last summer to

control an infestation of spruce, ious to find out

bud worms in a forested section ot

the watershed.

TThis pattern of mortality is remi
niscent of that reported ; in- New
Brunswich in 1954 following aerial
spraying with DDT for budworm
control by the Canadians. ;i ;i-The
The ;i-The unanswered question is

whether the Yellowstone die off

actually was brought on by the
aerial spraying. , ,P

With nearly two million addition additional
al additional acres of forests in' the North Northeast.
east. Northeast. Lake States.: and the West

recommended for 'aerial control
work this summer,' the Forest
Serice, and the many State fish

and game departments, are anx-

While there have beef many
studies of the effects of insecti

cides and herbicides on wildlife
populations, they have not been

sufficiently extensive.' The Forest

Service has no money to transfer
to the Fish' and Wildlife Service

for research. Nor has this latter

aeencv monev to conduct such re

search in the fisheries field, and

streams, according to the Wildlife similar work on. came species

Manasement Institute. 1 presently receives only a token

-: s 1 T r--- aDDronriation. R's the old story of

Follow-up studies by technicians too little but let's hope that the

show that tbe nsn loss came eariy money isn't found too late.
in October, about three months aft 4
er the spraying. Inasmuch as there (Distributed by NEA Service)

Forest Service officials say that

the Yellowstone incident was the,

first serious fish loss in more than
six million acres of aerial forest
sDravinc. No fish died following

similar spraying last summer in
another Montana area which con contains
tains contains some excellent trout

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- PUTTING ONE LTrTLE WORP after another, and Leon
8avltt, of Trenton, N. J., wants to know whatever became of
the girl who struck out. Babe Ruth... "I happened to be in
Chattanooga that day and being a Yankee fan, I took in the
ball game, and enjoyed myself watching the Babe, Gehrig, et
al, make the young lady look good. . though, 1 must admit
that from where I sat she looked very good, indeed. ." Com Comment:
ment: Comment: ActinR on a similar request, some months back, a check
was made and Joe Engel, perpetrator of the illusion, and owner ;
of the club, said he'd lost track of her. remembering she had
married, and guessed she was a grandmother by now. "Gran -ny,
tell us about the day you struck out Babe Ruth.". "Some-
how that doesn't have a very plausible ring to it, does it? -'
' Phone call from the Coast: "Believe it or not,1 but Olson
actually closed favorite over Robinson, 7-5. A lot of Eastern
moner showed a couple of hours before fight time. One of the7
Broadway buffs who guessed wrong was Al WellL On the other
hand, everybody in Robinson's camp did all right, at evens or
better.". Weill doesn't guess wrong often and Olson always had
a high figure In his book. A line in this space to the effect
the two. major networks were kindly disposed to pay TV than
in the past moved Louis Hausmaa, CBS veep, to take pen in --band
band --band "It Just isn't so," he wrote. . and sounded like a man
who knew the score. An off-the-record comment by a veteran
member of the St. Louis Cards: "The worst think, that hap happened
pened happened to this club was Eddie Stinky. He seemed to think he
was running is concentration camp, instead of a ball club."
' -"-. : -4 V .- ii
tON:'A'$ARD, FAST, TRACK Fablus Js always -going to be
tdugh to caicit He had the kind of, footing that fits him best
in. winning the Preakness, and trainer Jimmy Jones said he was
getting betterthough his 1:58 45 for the mile and 316 was
nothing to cable Pegasus about' Needles wasn't as sharp as he
had been in the Derby, and that's probably what beat him, not
the sharp turns and shorter distance at Plmlico. Nevertheless,
I still like him for the Belmont. ;. ''.,,,'
.,...,. r.r j,-.., ,,.;"- v'''..:;vS'i'"...',:"ii:" ::
The fact that the race is a month away may ba to his ad ad-vantage.
vantage. ad-vantage. Needles is a poor work horse and apparently need
from three to four weeks minimum between races if he's going
to have his strong finishing kick. He won the $100,000 Fla Flamingo
mingo Flamingo on Feb. 25. A month later he came back to win Gulf
stream's $100,000 counterpart.- The six weeks went by before
he reappeared in competition, this time id the Derby, where he
came from next to last to overtake and ran away from Fabius
in the stretch. The two-weeks interval between the Derby and ..
the Preakness may have been to short for him. His record
lends support to the theory. .He's never lost when he had plenty ....
Of rest. r;,.;y-n--.,:.., ; .;i;,j,1fjT.f;.:i.i;...: .
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A TRACK AND FIELDER whose position in the recent con contretemps
tretemps contretemps was neutral Is of the opinion that Wes Santee wouldn't
'have finished any better than fourth or fifth in the Olympic
metric mile, and ventures that Bobby Seaman, UCLA miler, may
have better potential anyway. Walter CMalley of the Brooks
may have been thinking in terms of headlines rather than bull bullpen
pen bullpen rewards when he signed Sal Maglie, who, : as a Giants
pitcher, was supposed to be about as welcome In Flatbush as
leprosy a Tom Yawkey's fight to bar night game's prior to May

1 maxes sense. More ume tnan not, ine weather is abominable,
the players are exposed to muscular miseries that carl lead to'
weeks of Incapacitation, and only frustrated Arctic explorers
seems Interested- in buying tickets, anyway. Still the Red Sox
owner is certain to-face active opposition. The trend is toward
more night games, not less. This even applies to the spring
exhibition season nowadays. Who remembers the good old
Mazdadaze when the limit was seven and Clark Griffith growled
even seven were too many, and besides night baseball was bush?
But pretty soon old Griff was scheduling more night games
than anybody else In baseball. Conceivably this abhorrence was
ameliorated no little by the added take at the gate.
"
Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons has developed into a TV personal-'
ity, and while his appeal is not exactly. . well, let's face it,
some people would much rather see Esther Williams in a swim,
suit Nevertheless, the Grand Old Man of racing has a whole whole-someness,
someness, whole-someness, a lively wit and a happy chuckle that lights np the
screen. And how nice it is, at his age, to have trained Nashua,
whose Saturday win makes him the world's leading money win winner.
ner. winner. Walter Hagen's autobiography is supposed to hit the book
stands this week. This could have been something truly extra.
special, bat having some knowledge of how it was pat together -and
tbe number of ghosts that had an astral band in it, I'm
not to optimistic.
- 1
THE ROBINSON-OLSON FIGHT drew 20,083 who paid $228, $228,-500
500 $228,-500 to set a new record for California, but not for the West a
distinction Reno, Nev., still holds.. On July 4, 1010, only 15,760
sat in the Reno arena, but they paid the late Tex Rlckard
$270,755 for the privilege. A year ago In San Francisco the'
Marciano-Cockell fight for a heavyweight title did $196,720 at
the box office. Andy Coakley Is 40 years with Mutual Life this
week. Andy pitched against Christy Matthewson in the 1905'
World Series; later, coaching Columbia, he developed Lou Gehr Gehrig.
ig. Gehrig. "I take as much credit for that" smiles Andy, "as I do for
learning how to breathe. Lou was a natural"

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TZX PANAMA AMERICAN Alt tSVETZXDLSr DAILY NXWSFAFtR.
fiCZ niTCI
Humez, Fullmer
Battle Tonight
At Present Mate Mickey
Would End Season With
75 Homers, Ml Average
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
At N.Y. Garden

FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1956

By FRED DOWN ;

'IJEW YORK, May 25 (UP) Make believe
there really is a Mickey Mantle and then concede
he'll continue his current shig&ing heroics through
the entire esason.

NEW YORK, May 25-UP)-

Frenchman Charles H u m en,

middleweight chamnion of Eu

rope, ana Uttni uene j uumer,

outstanding American contend

er, tight tonight In Madison

Square Garden lor tne ngnt to

I a snoi at me wona crown.

Tf Ton ean and ; why not Mantle's slugging p r o e a Humes, zs, is lavorea at u

jlraam fnr a. while? lata ine CKICIlUlfr jrcai,eiuj a uie a w w ii mi
Spw York ; Yankee 24-year-old kees blasted out 17 hits for tne. evised and broadcast (NBC
renter fielder Is going to be a second straight game. Ed Rob- lo-rounder, which starts at II
center-neiaer m B""B ,nnt,ig..t,J T. .,nd uam m EDT).

,compow '.hnmr 4nrt J0. coiun, .nd An. : Aithouirh this international

WOOD, y01"!? ..I Li. hnmrl at the hnvl hatwPan Im raftriv mixers

1 UJ VMCJ w v " J

Yankees rolled to their elghtn is the first fight In eigbt weens
victory In their last nine names. at the Garden, where a circus

ti Rturdivant 1 relieved Boo and other attractions held fortn

Turley in the fourth inning and it is not expected to draw more

lU.ramt camDalen. uesiaevyieiaea miiy n " n vuwi aiii.uw uaiw

isn't that what the Yankee pub-1 frames to gain hU Ultra wv. blackout in tne New Yors area.
JtHt, mpn hav been saylns all umph In six days. Duke Maas, Fullmer, 14, has been well
Stone W- 7 8 I shelled out of the box in tne supported ? the heavy betting,

third inninc minerea nis uiiru wbich was at -even -money-

loss for the Tigers, who fell six until Wednesday night, when

steia. in their greatest years!

. it sounds fantastic but that's
what you get If you -pro-rate
Mantle's -- shigglng in the Yan--tint
as vames oyer the

Th. red-hot Oklahoma kid

want nn another rampage yes

terday when he smashed five
hits, Including his 17th homer
nf th vear and four singles, in

leading the Yankees to an 114
victory over the Detroit Tigers.

In addition to homers, he now

leads the majors witn a -i av av-nn
nn av-nn m win. so runs scored. 39

nina 'hatted In and 117 total

It helpa to explain why the
Yankees lead the American
League by three games when
those figures are translated
Into a 154-game season as fol follows:
lows: follows: t ab r h tb
154 585 171 4 35 .'

cramp, below the .500-marK

Willie Jones, beaned hy
Brooklyn pitcher Don New New-combe
combe New-combe d urine spring training,
walloped two homers and a
single to lead the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies to a (-4 v'ctory
over the Dodgers in the only
other major league game.
Robin Roberts yielded homer
to Duke Snider, Carl Furlllo and

Jackie Robinson but was touch touched
ed touched for. only seven hits and

struck out nine batters in gain gaining
ing gaining his fifth triumph of the
season, now has a 23-25 lifetime
slate against them. The loss left
the Dodgers in-a fourth-place
tie with the Pirates.-

Rookie Don Drysdale, who
beat the Phillies on April -23,
suffered the defeat while Sal

Maglie, making his debut in a
Brooklyn uniform, was touched
up for four hits and two runs in
two innings of relief. Maglie's
appearance means he will not

start against his former team

..' 3b hr tb rbl pet
a IS 514 171 .421

WantatU9 Lnok at It this

way: Such a performance would

break Ruth's season nomer mare
hv is and the Babe's total base

record of 457. It would top
nnhh'a 420 averaee in his xreat-

ct Maun Tn addition, it Would

fall w hnrt of Ruth's runs mates in the three-game series

scored mark, 11 shy of Sislert the Dodgers begin tonight -with

record for hits and J3 oeiow tne New Yorx wants. ;
Gehrig's R3.L standard. I
The figures, arrived at by mui- YESTERDAY'S STAR Mick Mick-tlplylng
tlplylng Mick-tlplylng Mantle's eurrent "line ey ManUe, who hit his ,. 17th
by 4.4, suggest .' still another homer and vpped his average
question: How come the Yankees, to .421, as thu Yankees routed
haven't won 35 straight? the Tigers, 11-4.

U- -A Y" ''tin
1 1111 ; iAA4iii.LJa &sW4t L

veteran Humes began to forge

ahead because of his greater
experience, smoother boxing
and higher world-rating. The
Frenchman is ranked number
one: -Fullmer, number two.

Exceptionally brisk wagering
was inspired by the fact that
each fought the same opponent,
Ralph (Tiger) Jones, in his last
start; and the pell-mell pum pum-meller
meller pum-meller from West Jordan, Utah,
did better than the more stylish
bob-weaver from France. In bis
American debut on March 23,
Humes lost a decision to Jones.
It snapped his unbeaten string
at 18. But on April 20, Fullmer

outpointed Jones.

GENERAL PAINT TOURNEY WINNERS My ron Fisher, general manager of the General
Paint Co., is shown presenting trophies to the winners of tne recent General paint Golf
Tournament held at the Panama Golf Club. Shown (left to right), Dick Dehlinger, tour tournament
nament tournament committee member; Mrs. Catherine pu rdy, winner of the tournament. Fisher, and
Mrs. Katie Call, medalist-Fisher is seen holding the silver tray won by Mrs. Wllma Banks,
who was runnerup to Mrs. Purdy but unable to appear.' The Panama Golf Club and mem members
bers members of the board thank Mr. Fisher for his sponsorship and ail the members who took part
in the tournament ; -

Mickey Finned!

New York

McDougald ss

Martin 2b

Bauer rf .....
Mantle cf .

Collins If ....

Robinson lb

Howard c
Carey 3b
Turlev p
Tturdivant

Ab
4

5
5
5
5
5
3

R H Po

1 1
1.2.
2 1

5.1
2- 0
p .... 3 0

Fifteen VFW Teener All Stars
Picked By 5-Man Committee

Kalional League

W L
U14 8
.19 13
.17 12
.18 13
,18 13
.13 17.
.10 19
. 8 18

Pet.
.638
.594
86
52
.552
.433
J54
.308

GR

American LeacuS'

Teams

Milwaukee

St. Louis .
Cincinnati

Brooklyn
Pittsburgh

New York

Philadelphia

umcago .

TODAY'S GAMES
. Brooklyn at New York (N)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
, Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)
Chicago at St Louis (N) :
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Brooklyn 200 000 1014 7 n

Philadelphia 110 202 00x 8 9 0

Drysdale (1-2), Maglie, Roe-

ouck and Campanella.
Roberts (5-4) and Seminick.
Only game scheduled.

Pet J3B

.686

W L

. ...19 12 J13 "V
. .17 13 .567 'AV3
. .13 13 500 "iv,

. .15 18 .455 J-
. .13 19 .406
. .12 19 J87 lQ
r .12 20 475 pa

Teams Teams-New
New Teams-New York
Cleveland

coston
1 Chicago

l Vii Baltimore .
5 Detroit ... .
7H Kansas City

wasnugtoa

TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Baltimore (Jit
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
Washington at Boston (NO
Kansas City, at Detroit (N
v YESTERDAY'S RESULTS r
New York 023 050 00111 17 u 0
Detroit 100 300 000 4 I. -8
Turley, sturdlvant (3-1) and
Howard. .
Maas (0-S)Masterson, oSs oSs-ver,
ver, oSs-ver, Gromek, Aber and House...
Only game scheduled. 1 v

Gun Club. Notes

The Balboa Gun Club center center-fire
fire center-fire championship match to be
held Sunday is expected to

bring many new club records.

Nobert "Knobby" Keller the! cents for NRA.

A- "I

Soiithpavs Find ThirSeasbn
Is llo Picnic. In Tnafabiors

Totals

- Detroit

NEW YORK, May 25 (UP) -It
loos like a conspiracy said Joe
Nuxhall of the Redlegs.
"They're all pickin on us left-,
handed pitchers," said big .Joe,
shutout king' and 17-gemo winner

Aibng The Fairwoyi

last year who started seven times

this spring before he scored his
first vietory.
"It's not Just me'. Seems like
all of ui are having oar trou troubles
bles troubles expect maybe W a r r e a
Spaha of Milwaukee.?
Actually, there have been a few

superbly pitched games by left, th

Tuenn ss ....... 4
Torgeson lb' 4
Kaline rf 3
Tuttle cf 3
Poone 3b ...y
House c 4
Maxwell If 4
Brideweser 2b ... 2
Maas p 1
Masterson p ...... 0
a-Belardi 0
Oarver p ........ 0
Gromek .......... 0
-Kennedy ....... 1
Aber p 0
c-Small ........... 1

1955 defending champion re

cently set -a new Club .Jange
45 CaL National Match record

of 279 in the USARCARIB Pistol

Matches. Although KeUei- was

not eligible to receive any of tne

42 ii n 27. 71APr!.frLereJi,,5Lr?-AKr:

my iiis acuio u ucumu w m
high enough for another leg to toward
ward toward the Distinguished Pistol
MedaL'-v.;1!" r, .v.,;;..

This batch will be a eombin

class who need wore competi

tion..' : : t
NRA rules will govern thin

match Entrance fe $3 plus 25

Place: Balboa Gun Club

Range, Farfan Beach area.

Charlie Macflurray,
Ray Barnes In Golt
Malch-Of-The-Veek

Totals ? 31 4

a walked for Masterson

0 ation NRA Approved Match and
0 Club Championship. .Non-club,
2 membeis are' eligible for all but
0 the high club championship

i which can only be won by a
0 member of the Balboa Gun Club

1 In good standing as of 9:00 a.m

May 27. r.".'''
nt The U.S. Army team, 1 that
0 will represent the7 USARCARIB

2 in the All Army try-out at Fort!
0 Bennlng next month is expected

uto enter tms matcn.
0i Clarence Mcllvaine, Irvin Kra-

IpfL Sgt Gene veena. Fred Well,

5 27 10; Harvey Smith, Bob Engelke,

m-pat- Medline ana several otn

lers are expected to give Keller a

The golf plajtd 1 In the Lucky

Strike Amateur Invitational Golf
Tournament has. been exceptional

ly good. Tne first week of the ehrni-

Five men. each well known for

ins expeneuce in teen-ace base'
ball, faced a difficult task in selec

ting

boys out of the twenty-four All

Star players in the V.F.W. Teen

er fiaseoail League to win a place
on the Canal Zone ail Stars,

Islhmian Softball
Series Tohiorrow
M Paraiso 'Ground'
By HERBERT MOISE

. The Dark Mlllionalres-paralso

Jets Softball series, which be-

fin a ftmnrrnw 'rnApnlnai 4 A n

5 "."?f S ffi.7..?i:W be a battle of the isthmian

Harry F. Iaylor, president of
the league, announced that a two

hour setsixn was held this week

for this purpose. Joe L. Thompson

and Noel Gibson of the Atlantic
Teen-Age League. Pete Corrigan

and Moy ie la Pens of the fast-

lien League, and Charlie. McGee,

representing the V.l'.W Teener
Baseball League, discussed al

great length tne ments tnd weak
nesses of each player.

wnrl Tiavln Golf Club was host iM P.r.n8 including Nuxhall'si. b Grounded out' for Gromek rough time for the 350 merchant

i. j. ,v... Bra- wa lour-niuer over uio unnii .. dise nrize.

j. t. .k nf wra- own iour-niuer over uie iiiibiii. my.

ber of ladle, and couples came "V Nationlu

over, ana mam uie w "VA"'W, League clubs as they once did.
four-some a success. ..u l! The Cardinals, who used to play

me coniuuie dead for even mediocre soutn-

thank the merchants. In Colon paws naT turned on their old tor tor-for
for tor-for the many prizes that mentors and either chased or lick lick-donated,
donated, lick-donated, 1 i j- ;' led every one that started against
There is already talk among em mtiL went down Mort
the players, especially tnose( johnny Antonelli of the Giants on
who played this sort of tourna- their current eastern tour. .
'ment for the first time, to get, r .. .,v .a.iVj :;;;
another onellned up for thei The Pirates have been rough on
near future. 1 left-handers. So were the Giants
We had a nice clear -day anduntil their bats suddenly went

lots of fun May 19 and each

player received a prize

. ,The winners were as follows;
' lst-Edle Mathleson and Fin
Meehan; f

nrtJeanie Alexander : ana

Fred stlrewalt j
3rd VI Pavlick and Paul Ca-

UUi; jn-l rn j

dead and they couldn't hit effec

tively against either right or left lefthanders.
handers. lefthanders.

"And you know low it is with
Braoklyi," said Nuxhall. 'left 'lefthanders
handers 'lefthanders hardly ever pitch a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst them. Milwaukee is even
tougher, as far as I'm ceavern
edW :,. .- '".V.

4th Louise Jonnson ana ; w. Kuihn. off hdlv miv hiv

Alexander, W. Humphreys and; found cure for bis own troubles.

Score By Innings
Mew York : 023 050 001-11

Detroit 100 300 000 4

New shooters ar welcome, es-!

pecially those without previous

competition, lor the marksman

M. Humphreys. Dort Cram ana

j. HaVMrs. Puller and fl. Pul Puller,
ler, Puller, M. Dollarschell and J. phl phl-ler."
ler." phl-ler." v.-:
There was a spot prize for the
most birdies, and it was won by
Erlene and Ralph Dials.
',:zr'' 'i:X :; r.W.G-A. -V.-: -;' ': -

He had two faults picked up since
his 17-12 season of a year ago a

follow-through that caused his arm
to tire and an even more damag damaging
ing damaging habit of "telegraphing" his
next pitch. None of the leasue's

other, left-handers, however, nasi

been any baU of fire. lorn I limno KOHIflC

be'sm wiif kunipu uvywu

SUMMARY Errors: K'
Masterson.! RBI: Mantle 3, col
lins, Bauer, Robinson 4, Carey
Tuttle, Kuenn, Torgeson 2 (Man-.
Me scored on error bv Master-

son in 3rd). Doubles: Martin,

"auer, Boone. Home runs: Man Mantle.
tle. Mantle. Collins. Robinson. Carey.

Stolen bases: Kuenn 2. Sacrlflc-I

es: McDougald, Martini : Sacrl.
flee fly: Tuttle. Left on base:

New York 12. Detroit 7. Base

on balls: Turley 6, Masterson 1.
Carver 2, Gromek 1, Aber 2.
Struck out by: Turley 5, Stardi Stardi-vant
vant Stardi-vant 1, Maas 2, Masterson 2,
Aber 2. Hits off: Turley J In 3

2-3. Sturdlvant 2 in 5 1-3, Maas,

6 in 2 (Pitched to 2 batters in
3rd), Master 1 in 2, Carver l in
0 (Pitched to 3 batter in 3th),
Gromek 5 in 2, Aber 4 In 3.
Runs and earned runs: Turley
4-4, Maas 4-4, Masterson 1-0,
Carver 3-3. Gromek 2-2, Aber 1 1-1.
1. 1-1. WP: Sturdlvant (3-1). LP:
Maas (0-8).-

. Leaders
In The Majors
' ''- f ' i- ' I: -.--i
h -i ; aaaaa awkMaa) -' .. ,v ". i
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 75 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club g ab r h pet
Long, Pitts. 31 115 23.47 .409
Repulskl, St. L. 27 92 20 38 .391
Walls, Pitts. 28 84 15 31 .369

Boyer, St. Louis 32 127 24 45 .354

Not until every comparisqn and
statistic had been studied was
the commitete able to come forth
witht he; ultimate, selection. Final
decision, however, found the iuda-

t; ti ; Jr -J I t -. w

nauuus saw tun auey ueicateu vy.es unanimous id eacn case.
Tony Jankus. Jim, the, medalist,! There selected were s Charlie
was the slight favorite by the club-1 French, Charlie Chase; C o r b
house gang, but Tony had no McGrilf, Joe Godsey, George
trouble with big Riley. Tony plays Barbier, Norm Pedersen, Pete
Al Corsale this week-end and as' Corrigan, Ted Webb, Johnnie Mc Mc-most
most Mc-most of the golfers know, both of Graw, Moe Schoth, Billy Gibson,
these men can win. You pick the Frank Ammlrati, Don Humphrey,
favorite in this match. : Luigi Pernigotti and John En-
The match of the week, one that gelke.
every1 golfer and fan on the Isth-,

mus has been speculating on is the1 Manager Pete Corrigan, coach
one between Ray Barnes and Char .Joe L. Thompson and a represen represen-lie
lie represen-lie MacMurray Ray Barnes is a tative of the veterans of foreign
newcomer to Isthmian golf. He wars, as yet unnamed, will corn corn-played
played corn-played in the P.A.A. in his first' plete the roster of 18 which will
outing and walked around Gamboa travel to Hershey, Pa. in August
the last day of the qualifying to give the best stateside teen teen-rounds
rounds teen-rounds shooting an even par 70. age talent a taste of the brand of

This took medalist,' ana ne aiso ball played on the istumus.

softball slants. Both team hav

targe followings as a result -of

their fine exhibitions of the

finer points of the game. -Both
demonstrated marked

superiority over their rivals. The
Jets tinder Ruddy Prince tram-

pied the Pacific side's best in a
tournament held recently in pa pa-ralso.
ralso. pa-ralso. prince carried his charg charges
es charges to victory on the streneth of

good fielding, running, hitting
and pitching. Overall, the jets
are a good team, in Prlnc they

nave one oi Panama's finest

softball strategists,

Dark Millionaires as a team

is a solid outfit. Their defense

is good, : hitting is fair and

pitching v? excellent. ,, in Fred

Sapp, who makes his Pacific-

side debut, and Lou Hilzingtfry
who made a name for himself
on both sides of the Isthmus,
the Salas Richmen under. Fifi
Tom can defy any softball team
In Panama to match them. To
offset their disappointing: shew shewing
ing shewing at the plate, DM will play a
fast and hard-running game.
This particular type of game
will be led by Alejandro BdveQe
and Cecil Robinson one-two in
stolen bases in Rainbow City.

xne series win begin at 9:30

a.m. on the Paraiso playground.

Double in CinemaScopel
Frank Sinatra, in
THE TENDER TRAP?.
Robert Taylor, in
"QTJENTIN DURWARD

loaay lutAL .M liA

"CODY OF -THE PONY,

,4

EXPRESS

tc Chanters 1-2-3

-TOICE of THE WHISTLER'!

"SMOKEY CANYON":

took' the championship of that

tournament. Up until now Barnes
has played just low enough to beat
his man. i. S -Charlie
MacMurray is well known
in the local golfing circle. He has
entered and won many tourna'
ments. He was playing near par

golf in tne qualifying
this tournament j and

Riley's medalist score threatened
up through the Uth bole. Charlie
ended the round with a 75 after
much hard luck.
Charlie can be expected to be
shooting near that 75 mark when
he meets Barnes this week-end.
The clubhouse gang have made
many guesses as to who the win winner
ner winner of this match will be but all

1 A- 1 .

Monn fit.' Lniits IIS 41 w'art unwiuing 10 an cimcr wj. i
Moon, bu LOUU 32 11B 25 41 53 The Qthn matches m toe ham ham-AMERICAN
AMERICAN ham-AMERICAN LEAGUE, .. 'jpionship flight appearjto be ; n

tMuivi ai w avu wv w f vo anJ

Vernon. Boston. 24 82 15 30 .363

Bolstered by "veterans" French,

McGriff and Chase who made the
trip with the V.F.W. Teener ? All
Stars last yeai in' which sev several
eral several tournament records were
broken by the Zoncrs thil year's
Uam appears to be as strong and
yerhaDS a better- ballanced team

rounds of. than that of last year..

had- Jim ......v. .:. ;

We may have championship
timber here. On the other hand,
if the funds sre not raised to get
the cub up there, we may nover
know. With hut aiuut two months
to go in the fund raising cam campaign
paign campaign laising the minumam a a-mount
mount a-mount recessary lor the trip
does not appesr too optimistic, a
financial statement will be pub pub-lisliec
lisliec pub-lisliec soon. i

Berra, N. Y.

Maxwell, "Det.
Kuenn, Detroit

Considering the fact that

uu mi kiwu aiicr ai uiv erv- . ......

The P.W.G A. girls had a yery.ke, Vmegar Bend Mijellof the! I a l-infl Kattinn

varainais pronioiy is ianng me
best of ail with three victories in'n
his first five decisions. S p a h n UannO AffAIrl 111 II
won three of his first five, Anto-KOlllC MiCllI III IL

nelU three of his first six. NEW YORK,' May 25 (UP)
The Cardinals, gave up on Har-lshortstoo jerry Lumpe. farmed

vey Haddix and sent him to the out by the New York. Yankees

. nice time at Rodman Saturday
. despite the weather and a men's
tournament, thanks to Lis Had-

lev. The crises were very nica

and many thanks to the Nation

al Distillery for two bottles of i

rum and two bottlesofwhiskey.
K. Call came in with low
grosg of 83. First low net went
to J. Simpson with 83. C. Bishop
and M. Shelling had a 69. M.
Askew, E. Weber and H. Owens
had a 74. L. Jones, B. Dilfer and
, M. Mallory had 78. B. Hughes
and E. Matheison a 77. P. War War-inz.
inz. War-inz. L. Hadley and L. Logan 78.

A meeting followed the play

and plans for the Isthmian

Handicap Championship tourna tournament
ment tournament were discussed. ; I
This will be a big affair so we
want to see all of you P.W.OA..
girls and prospective members
out for the qualifying, rounds;

that begin June 14. Non-members
of Fort Amador golf club
may play the course a week pri prior
or prior to the qualifying rounds. The
first matches' will be played Sat

urday, June 18, in conjunction

with the regular p.W-G-A. tour
rtament

Dala Bean, and Doc Mitten aganist

us n ii wlJim Stoval. Come on out and fol-

II ,55 1! !s the guest of Lucky Strike. See you
32 130 19 44 J38 (fainboa this weekend.

30

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Phfllies. Curt Simmons of the i eariier this season because ofl
PhilliM anil arm viMm fnr nmta t t.uu i mi ,i ik.i

Phillies, and arm victim for quite

a spell, beat at. Louis impressive impressively
ly impressively in their last meeting but that
was his first triumph of the year.
Tbe Braves have sent dowa
Chet Nichols, who led the league
' la earned runs la 19il before ea ea-tning
tning ea-tning military service. Karl
SiMoner of tbe Dodders, a sore sore-ermer,
ermer, sore-ermer, went to tbe minors be before
fore before pitching aa inning ia the
majors this spring. Johnny Po Po-dns
dns Po-dns of Brooklyn, m the Navy
now, obviously finds this a rough

' Others, like Paul M inner of the

weak hitting, is finding the
range again with Richmond in

tbe international League. I
The rangy youth from Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, Mo., started a winning ral-
fy for the Virginians last night'
that sparked them to a 3-0. 11-;
inning victory over -the Havana
Cubans at Havana, v
With two out In the top of the
11th. Lumpe lashed out a dou-r

ble and Dick Getter drew an In Intentional
tentional Intentional walk. Al Van Allstyne
then singled home Lumpe and

Bob Kline followed with a two-

run single to sink the Cubans.

Cubs. Dick Littlefield of the Car- By winning, tne lounn-piace

' HOME RUNS

Mantle, Yankees

Berra, Yankees
Post, Red;egs
Long, pirates

Boyer, Cardinals.,..

Jablo-vsKi, Rediegs

Bauer, Yankees 9
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yankees 39
Berra, Yankees 34
Long, Pirates ...32
Boyer, Cardinals 30
Jablouski. Rediegs .,...'..27
Simpson, Athletics ...... 27

RUNS
Mantle, Yankees
Bauer, Yankees
Lopez, Athletics
Moon, Cardinals
Boyer, Cardinals

39
29
25
25
24

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, Long, Pirates i..
Boyer, Cardinals ........
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45
44
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dinals, Don LWdle of the Giants Virginians movea one iuii game
nH tio.to, nr Ah Rre ahead of the Columbus Jets.

hardly have caused a ripple so who dropped a 5-1 decision at .Lawrence, Rediegs

far. ; . iMlamL Art Ceccarem, recenuy
It may not be a conspiracy a-J farmed out by the Kansas City
gainst lefties, but it's no picnic Athletics, was the losing pitch pitch-either.
either. pitch-either. : er.

Pet

Royals Outfielder
Fined For Kicking
Bisons' Catcher

MONTREAL, May 25 (UP)-

Baseball .Officials
Seek To Control
Vinfer Leagues

DETROIT, May 25 (UP)- Maj Major
or Major League baseball owners and of officials
ficials officials hoped to come up with a
program to control the expand expand-ine
ine expand-ine and enterprising winter Carib

bean leagues today at their first

meeting since switching to quarterly-
apsaions.

Commissioner Ford Frick said

Outfielder Bob 'Wilson "of the the Caribbean situation was one oi
Dnvai hd.ophnii tpam two subiects on the agenda. The

.... 4iA tn. tnAav hv Tritprna.- other is a discussion of a televi.

n.,oi iKnt nresirtent Frank sion polic? whkh would benefit

cwL...h..l nr an tniftpnt. s. t! both the Majors and the Minors.

Si. niate Tuesday niaht.a- "I expect that a definite pro-

galftst the Buffalo Bisons. Igram concerning winter le ague
Wilson .rJP.'l tSa,

7 littar in wilnon- RhauEh. went with the Caribbean Base
in a letter to Wilson, ?nn;,Federiltion but several new iei

nessy nia.wiiaon "u uo 'sr have wvpeA up jn L,tin and

w,VrfiInMi South America since the agree
when catcner ".ment was signed and, naturally
to tag Wilson. bound bv

a relay naa wiison oaaiy tt,. .m.

beaten and the outfleldet dldn t 'hjch re members of, the Carib-

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Lemon, Indians
nrewer Rnri Rnr .... S

Pierce, white Soz ... 4 1 -800 Buffalo receiver.

attempt to suae, but,- accormng group bave tai)ed to ijvB up
to umpire Paul Roy, Wilson 'de-to the agreements on use of maj maj-llberately
llberately maj-llberately tried with his hand or and minor Jeague players,
to knock the ball put of the pos- prJck sa)(j ne doubted that any
session of Tompklnson." Ipogitive action would be taken on
Shaughnessy stated further television nolicv.

that when Wilson stumbled a, "n etnloratorv committee of

0 1.000 cross the plate and Tompklnson representatives. of the Msjor and
1 .857 ran to tan hlm. vWilson kicked. Minor leagvs met at Cincinnati

1 B57 at him ''precipitating a fight." j early this month to t'iscuss the si-

33 Wilson denied' kicking tn tuation and a report oi mat meet

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! (EDITOR'S JJOTE: fnls is
the last In a series of M arti-
cles en cancer prepared by
f medical members of the Ca-
" sal Zone Cancer Committee):
H Doctors' have long recognized
i Ihstt a very small number of
proven cases of cancer will ex ex-1
1 ex-1 perlence a "spontaneous remis remis-Jsiou."
Jsiou." remis-Jsiou." Such patients are subjeeted to
exhaustive study but nothing is
. : yet, known of the causes of these
,'rare permanent recoveries. WhOj
would not consider this a mira mira-Icle,
Icle, mira-Icle, even if the fortunate sub-
iect had never visited a shrine?
I There is another group of pa pa-'
' pa-' tTents who do not have cancer,
bnfcwho believe they do because
: tiiev have been told so by a

quack, because they have mis-
understood their doctor, or be-
cause of their own abnormal
I. LMany have some other condi-
tlon such as an abscess, a cyst
l OE.a benign growth, which wui
caise no harm. These people
I need' to have their subnormal
j understanding or abnormal fears
t corrected, and if faith can get
through to them they will be-
liw faith has cured them. It
t has, but not of cancer.
L "Cancer itself causes such great
t"fear that It unhinges the minds
- of-, some peopje, parti-ylarly
those lacking spiritual resources
or-guidance. These people cease
to apply intelligence to their
problems and are swept away w
emotion,
i i Here we enter into a somber
' and shameful side of the can can-(
( can-( cet picture,, for these are
quacks who misguidedly or
I cruelly victimise these people.
- They cannot be cured, but by
taking some baths, waters, l
cohol, pills, or other expensive
i quack remedy they'succeed
! deceflving themselves by psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric 'rejection" of the Idea
. of cancer. :v,
The advertised, and publicized
cancer cures' such as- coley's
serum, Bogomoetl's serum, Kre Kre-IbUwsejv
IbUwsejv Kre-IbUwsejv Crazy Water Crystals
nnrtiHoxevs "cure" nave oeen
Kiihftnted to all the scii
scientific!
scrutiny their proprietors would
j allow, or compassion; permit, by
scientists anxious to find any anything
thing anything which can be of help to
cancer sufferers, and all have
filled to show any favorable in influence.
fluence. influence. ..
There are only two reasons
for secrecy in such work as med medical
ical medical research; they 'are fear of
tnic oeaiiifttlon and desire to
itnke a fortune. Bauting did not
keen insulin a secret, nor Floiey
peiilcillln.
There has never been any ad advance
vance advance in medicine except
through open scientific research
and investigation; the "bone
setters," the nature healers and
the "curers" have contributed
nothhipc to the welfare of mnn mnn-.
. mnn-. kind except deception and im
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To Avert Cyprus Civil War

NICOSIA, Cyprus, May 25 (UP)
British troops teargassed Turk
ish, uypnots in three cities yester
day to prevent anti-Greek rioU
from .flaring into possible .civil
war. ::.-
The Turks sought vengeance for
the slaying of a. Turkish Cypriat
policeman near the western city of
rapnos.
A Turkish leader called the
slaying Greek Cypriot declara declaration
tion declaration of "civil war" againtt the
heavily outnumbered Turkish
population.'
Turks swarmed into the streets
of Paphos, Nicosia, and Larnaca,
stoning Greek stores, waving
sticks and scythes and shouting
"revenge."
Police and troops used, tear gas
Refugee Linked To
Missing Professor
Fearful Of Talking
MEXICO CITY, May 25 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A Spanish political refugee, link
ed by the Dominican Republic
government to the mysterious dis disappearance
appearance disappearance of 'Prof, Jesus Galin Galin-des
des Galin-des in New York last March, said
; ? ..bo te
vaac vuai unu ma tuc.

I have a wife and four cUIdri,rrT-il.

and talking might cost me my
life," said Jose Almoina y Mateo,
he was accused by the Domini Dominican
can Dominican government of acting as an
extortion agent for Galindez.
A lecturer at Columbia Univer University,
sity, University, Galindez was the author of
the beok "The Trujilio era," which
he submitted as a thesis to obatain
l.iA vino, nt fnhimKi Thjh Knnbr ie
strong critiCism o the 25-year-'
rule of Generalissimo Rafael Leo
nidas Trujilio in the Dominican
Ueuublic.
The Dominican
v j
charges that Almoina, acting for
Galindez, approached Dominican
Ambassador to Mexico Ramon
Brea Messina in 1954 with the pro proposition
position proposition that Galindez would not
publish his book if be was paid
$26,000.
"I cannot say a word about it,"
Almoina said when asked to com comment
ment comment on the charge. "I'm a
personal friend of Trujillo's, but
I cannot voice an opinion on the
case."
Governor's House
To Get 'New Look'
The contract for the complete In
terior and exterior painting of the
Governor's House at Balboa
Heights, was awarded this week to
the Tropical Painf Company,
which entered, a low. bid of $3,913
for the job.
Work on the exterior of the
house started yesterday morning.
The interior painting will not be begin
gin begin until June 5. The whole orotact-
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June 19.
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Troops

WOUNDED BY BOMB A British soldier tends to a wounded
comrade who was injured bv a home-made bomb during an
outbreak of violence in Nicosia on the Island of Cyprus.

to disperse them In Nicosia and
Larnaca, where most of. the vio
lence occurred.
At the same time, British forces
at the northern end of the 130-mile-long
island clashed with m
band of Greek Cypriot rebels.
Dispatches said six rebels were
captured, ... including three who
critically injured at a tide result
of the three-way conflict.
Man Carrying Bomb
C!ov;n In ll:lfs
Dynamil? Explodes
namite bomb exploded in a man's
arms early today,
Th victim was Michael Camp
hell. 55. an unemployed newspap
er truck driver who appeared to
have recently struck it rich.
Police said he was suspected of
being the "relay man" in a racket
which bootlegs illegal whisky from
the wet states of Kentucky, Illinois
and Indiana into the dry state of
Iowa.
Homicide chief It. James Mc Mc-Mahon
Mahon Mc-Mahon said Campbell must have
been carrying the powerful, bomb
wnen it exploded at 3:45 a.m.
Campbell's body was blown in half
and the lower portion was severe'
Iv tnsncled.
Windows on both sides of the
northwest side street shattered,
bark was ripped from trees, and
a car 40 i feet away was badly
damaged
Police believed the bomb had
been intended to go off at the home
of someone living in the residential
area, in-accordance with com
mon Chicago tactic of terrorism.
Feriiaps 1 4. intended victim was
someone who owed Campbell roon
ey, police said.
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country is safe Abraham Lincoln.

Use
The four, all from one family,
found an Eoka- underground bomb
in an orange .grove at Lapithos
and lit the fuse. v.
One eight-year-old boy and
three-year-old girl lost both their
legs. Anouer eight-year-old boy
lost one leg. '
The British commissioner in Ni Nicosia,
cosia, Nicosia, Martin Clemens,' ordered
mass punishment for anti-British
activity in the Greek area around
the Phameromeni Greek Orthodox
Church.
He personally announced the
closing and evacuation of 17 hous houses
es houses and 33 stores along the Letra
street boundaries, of the church
districts. Shopkeeper yyere given
until Sunday to get' out. Barbed
wire was strung in the section.
.More barbed wire was draped
along Hermes street, dividing line
between the Greek and Turkish
sections of the capital. K ;
. But Turks, massing at Ataturk
Square, named for the modern
Turkish hero, fanned out to attack
Greek property. One Greek auto automobile
mobile automobile was overturned.
British security forces rescued
one Creek photographer from
possible lynching at the hands.
of a Turkish band.
The Turks, ignoring the fact that
they comprise only one fifth of the.
Buddhists Begin
Observances Of
Buddha's 'Passing'
BODHGAYA India, May !5
(t!P Buddhist monks from all
parts of the world yesterday form formally
ally formally opened the months-Ions ob
servances, of the 2,500 anniversary
of Gautama Buddha i "great pass.
ine away ";'::.1;;,.i.--.
me tocai point oi ine ceremo-
nies was (he 1,700-yeaf-eld Ma-
hahodlu Vihara, reputed to be the
world's oldest temple. The temple
adjoins the "Bodhi Tree" where!
Buddha attained Bodhi, or spiritu
al perfection.
The temple reverberated from
the early hours of morning with
the chant of prayers, the throb throbbing
bing throbbing of ceremonial drums and the
melodious strains of flutes.
Mote than 1,000 monks partic participated.
ipated. participated. Thty came from Tibet,
Burmi., Thailand, India Ceylon,
Pakistan, Cambodia, China, Viet
Nam and from Buddhut commu communities
nities communities in ihff West.
The ceremonial procession cir circled
cled circled the temple and the Bodhi
Tree before settling down below
the tre lor mass worship of Bud Buddha.
dha. Buddha. Prists conducted the wor worship
ship worship in turns, in their native lan languages.
guages. languages. Prasad, holy offering of
food, were heaped below the tree.
Tibetan lamas kept the holy oil
lamps burning.
The ceremony was ended by the
lighting of 6,000 oil lamps by two
woman. They were British-b o r n
Mrs. Freda Bern, wife of an Indian,
and Angarika Dharraapla, of Cey Ceylon.
lon. Ceylon.
Dr. Tuan Mao-lai.
Appointed Chinese
Ambassador To RP
TAIPEI. May 25 (UP) Dr.
Tuan Mao-Ian,' Nationalist C h 1 1-nesa
nesa 1-nesa Charge, d' Affaires in Paris,
Ihw been appointed Nationalist
! Cbntse Ambass tior to Panama,
it was .officially announced yester'
day '
i The announcement was made
i after a Cabinet meeting which
appointed Tuan t6' his new post to
i succeed Yu Wong-teh, who is to

NEWSPAPER

rm CENTS
500,000 population of the island,
charged Greek areas again and a
gain until authorities ordered tear
gas used. The bunding fumes dis
persed them.
TsAllell Of A
World Truman
Tells Newsmen
ROME. Mav 25 (UP) Former
President Truman, fresh from a
furore over a remark about a
"squirrel-headed general." con
fided yesterday that "It's a hell
of a world."
- But no one disagreed this time.
It was much unlike the situation
Tuesday when the. word "squirrel.
head" crept into a conversation
about the World War II landings
at Salerno.
Mr. Tquman apparently was re referring
ferring referring to that furore when he
gave newsmen i a knowing look and
commented, "It s a hell of. i
world."
But a benign smile accompa accompanied
nied accompanied Mr. Truman's remark. Both
he and the newsmen accompany accompanying
ing accompanying him on his European vacation
trip appeared hopeful that the in incident
cident incident over a 'squirrel-hea'd gen general"
eral" general" had beea forgotten, c
The former President appeared
angry earlier yesterday when he
picked up a copy of the English
language Rome Daily American
in his Naples hotel and found a
bannerline story on the controver controversy
sy controversy vihether he did or did ot call
the. planner of the Salerno, land
ings a squirrel-head. ,
He left the hotel dining room
without speaking to correspond correspondents.
ents. correspondents. But aboard the train on
which he traveled from Naples to
Rome, he smiled again.
He said later that he and Mrs.
Truman are enjoying their Euro
pean tour "very much."
' Mr. Truman put one leg on the
table in front of his pullman car
seat and commented on the pass passing
ing passing sights. He looked approvingly
at railway workers taking their
siesta along the tracks, and noted
that be is a lirm believer in auer
noon naps..
Publisher Urges
nationwide Study
Of Driver Behavior
CHICAGO. Mav 25 (UP) Pub
lisher Arthur H. Motley called yes yes-terdav
terdav yes-terdav for a nationwide study of
driver behavior in order to do for
traffic safety what Dor. Alfred C,
Kinsey "has done for sex."
Motley, president of Parade
Publications, Inc., New York, said
felv leaders should imitate the
tec),niqUea of big sales organlza
tions, who find out wnai naxes
consumers tick.
Addressing the closing session of
a 14-state Midwest conterence on
safety, Motley proposed a "moti "motivation
vation "motivation research" program among
drivers. ,
"Engineers have devoted their
lives to perfcctinn America's cars
nH tn. building finer and safer
highways, but. so. far as I know,
no one has ever takn a reily long
look at the behavior of the guy
who ransex the accidents the hu
man being .behind the wheel," he
said.
4,What Kinsey has dene for sex,
we should be able to do for safety.
It it's important to a food manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer to know that a woman
boys a package of biscuit mix be because
cause because the box is red and yellow
instead of green and white, surely
it's important to us to know why
some people drive too fast and
others don't," Motley said.
A disc Jockey Is obour the only
person who is 0 success at putting

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Schoolgirl's Rape
Charges Against
US Marine Refused
WASHINGTON, May 25 (UP I I-A
A I-A Federal grand jury today re
fused, to indict a 20-year-old Ma-j
rine on charges of raping a 16-year-old
schoolgirl who came here
on a sight-seeing visit -with her
classmates.
The girl had testified at a U.S.;
commissioner's hearing that Pvt
Georee Horan of Trenton. N J...I
assaulted her sexually in a small
park soon after she arrived here;
with the Reese, Micb., senior class.1
She admitted drinking five beers
with Horan when she and four
companions joined a group of Mar
ines in a restaurant near their ho hotel
tel hotel May 16. Horan denied any use
of force.
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