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'" '"' PANAMA. R. SATURDAY MAT it, W6 ' - ; TT?T-' : '-
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r; ; Opposition presidential candidate Victor F. Goytia to today
day today formajly requested the annullment of the presidental
lectiorm held on Sunday, May 13- : ; ; ;' ; f ;5
.National Patriotic Coalition candidate Ernesto de la
' Cuardia, Jr. and his running mates are scheduled to be
' proclaimed President-elect and Vice Presidents-elect -by
! the National Electoral Jury tomorrow morning. ;. v v
The proclamation1 will be made
on ue strengnt of tne complete re-
turns of the presidential elections
School Shsller Bids
-' Bids are now being solicited bv
the Canal Zone Gorvernment tor
the construction of bus shelters
and covered passageways at the
Balboa and Rainbow' City schools.
The. bids will be onened the morn
fng of June 8 in the Administra
tion -Building at i Balboa Heights.
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The pr6jects consist of the con con-itruction
itruction con-itruction of a covered passageway
nd .bus shelter at. the Balboa
Junior High School, a bus shelter
extension to the 'Balboa High
School, and a coveted passageway
between' the Rainbow City Gym-
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lasium ana ue xiamoow uny tuna.
i.- y :rr;-r'r--x- "
r Since the work, at the Rainbow
City school will be done while
. tchool is in .session, the contrac contractor
tor contractor will be asked to plan the worK
to minimize-' interforence
ichool ac!'v;'""s r
1 to use
l . h r v -i-i. ni j i.u.i.
Uie spcLuicaUoDg St.pulate that
ionstructioif be completed by Au Au-(ust
(ust Au-(ust 31, 1956, .,.'
Drcft Status 1 ;
fC Alti ft
Pastor Now J-A
; WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP)-
lelective Service Director Lewis
I. Hershey yesterday sent t h e
(raft status of a Negro lawyer in in-.
. in-. 'olved in the Montgomery, Ala.;
? his boycott to t he Presidental
loard of Appeals for review.
'. The lawyer, Fred D. Gray, 25,
- tad been deferred from military
' fervlce as assistant pastor of a
Cegro church, but was classified
l-A last February during the boy boy-ott.
ott. boy-ott. '-
- Hn took his case to the Middle
- llabama District Appeals Board
rhich upheld a local board deci deci-ion
ion deci-ion to put Gray in l-A.
The National Association for the
(dvancement of Colored People
hen requested Hershey to look in-
Gray draft status.
A spokesman for selective serv serves
es serves said there was no discrepancy
ound in .the local board's placing
' Irsy in l-A. He said the local
toard evidently felt Gray had a a-landoned
landoned a-landoned his customary vocation
( preacher to become a full-time
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HIS BARK may be worse than hia bite but who would ever be tempted to find out? As long
as his master, 6p-3 Cleo Johnson, restrains him "Buff" is perfectly harmless but once he lets
go of that leash "beware of the dog." Ruil and his master are members of the. sentry-
Dog Team, ,7461st Signal, Fort Clayton.: . 1:
, (U.S. Army Photo) '.
W T i o N t twre
which gave de la Guardia 177,633
votes to 81,737 for Goytia
Goytia. who submitted the re-l
quest as presidential candidate iif
the National Liberal Party, .alsi
requested that the proclamation of
ie ta ouarma and his vice presi presidents,
dents, presidents, Temistocles Diaz and Herac Herac-lio
lio Herac-lio Barletta be annulled, v
In the request submitted to the
chairman of the National Electoral
Jury. Goytia charged that infrac
tions of electoral laws had been
He alleges there has been "suf "sufficient
ficient "sufficient violence to change the re
sults of the elections by 100,000
Goytia said he "would vresent
proof of,, his charges within three
days as prescribed by law.
lne ceremony at which de la
Guardia, Diaz and Barletta will
receive formal notification of their
election will be witnessed by high
government officials of Panama
and the Canal Zone", members of
the -diplomatic. corps and the gen
eral public- ) :
De la Guardia is scheduled-to
go on the air over nationwide
ex-jradio netw'k a'tpr receiving h'S
In A-b : FeIItOuI
TOKYO, May 28 (UP) Japa
nese scientists told atomic-jittery
residents yesterday they have no nothing
thing nothing to, fear in the 'way of radio
activity from Monday's hydrogen
bomb explosion at Bikini.
Despite reports of "hot rain,"
the scientists said they found no
dangerous, amoonW "of radioactivi radioactivity
ty radioactivity in dust particles carried1 from
the clouds, by several days of stea steady
dy steady rain,. f , ...
The highest Yadioactivity count
registered in Japan to date has
been 800 counts per minute per li liter
ter liter of rain water, they said. The
Welfare Ministry, watchdog of
radioactivity in Japan,, takes no
action until it receives "several"
reports of counts of more than 30, 30,-000
000 30,-000 geiger-counter ticks per min minute,
ute, minute, i
One incident blamed on United
States' nuclear tests in the Paci Pacific,
fic, Pacific, was reported by two Tokyo
newspapers yesterday. They said
a Japanese fishing boat reported
from Indonesian waters that one
of its crewmen was1 suffering
from mysterious blisters believed
caused by radioactive fall-out,-
"Let the people knot the truth mnd ths
GETTYSBURG, Pa., May 2S
tur American educators today
praised President Eisenhower's
proposed intellectual Point Four
program and pledged their sup-,
- Both the giant Ford Foundation
and the Carnegie Corporation point-
ea out tnat they already are at
lempung to conduct suca pro
gram wunin tneir resources.
Chancellor Robert B. House of
the University of North Carolina
flatly called the proposal a "good
i one." t
, The President proposed ytiter
day in a speech at Baylor Uni University
versity University that American universiti universities
es universities and foundations should, unite
In helping Uegins nations devel.
op their scionc ond technology.
The President' flew to Waco, Tex
at breakfast time to, snake the
speech. " v-.r
He returned last night and flew
here to spend a quiet weekend at
his farm. The only Hem on his
schedule was a round of golf this
morning .and was expected to re
turn to Washington about noon
r Johi W. Gardner, president of
the Carnegie Corporation,' said the
President's plan "deserves the
most serious attention and consid consideration."
A Ford Foundation spokesman
pointed out that the foundation has
bftt fp"ij"d in an educational
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ui ale t'on. 0.i ni .. i ..ii ..ii-mittee
mittee ..ii-mittee called the President's pro proposal
posal proposal "a highly constructive sug suggestion.'
gestion.' suggestion.' ';,'
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WASHINOTOrV, May 6 (UP)
The Labor Department reported,
today that the ranks of unem unemployed
ployed unemployed automobile workers rose
by 8,000 to a total 167,000 last
The figures were based on re-4
ports from seven states employ employing
ing employing more than three fourths of
the workers In the auto indus
The department said new lay
offs during the week ended May
.19 totalled 12,000.. These were
partially offset by the recall to
work of nearly 4,000 workers.'
. Of the total laid off, the de
partment said 104,200 were in
Michigan, 22,400 In Indiana and
12,200 in Ohio. Most of the new
layoffs during the week were in
Michigan and most of the recalU
in Ohio ,
The number of workers' in all
industries filing new claims for
unemployment compensation de declined
clined declined by 13,900 to 207.200 dur
ing; the week.' .
20th Infantry Becomes Part
Of CZ Defense Team
. The historic 20th Infantry Regi-I
menwaoiefl la every war since
the Indian Wars and immortaliz immortalized
ed immortalized in poetry became a part of
the Canal Zone defense team in
ceremonies here today.
Asproximatly 1.300 sol d 1 e r s
watched and took part in the com combined
bined combined reorganization and chance
of command ceremonies."
In addition to IS -companies of
men irom on Kobbe. Lamn Fi
ne. Fort William D. Davis and th.
Jungle Warfare Training Center
the 79th Army Band, motorized
elements of the reeiment. olanes
uu usuvupici iso.' parucipaiea.
Besides' the retirin of the SM
Infantry colors, there was a change
in command. Colonel Robert E.
Coffey, who became the 33d In-
t"2. co"mndr late last year.f Acting as commander of troops
.became the last of the lifeliners
when his successor, Col. Frank D.
Miller Jr.. took over the command
of the new regiment.
The switch, a paper move to
preserve the name of one of the
Array's oldest units, wont affect
ine personnel oi the 33d Infantry.
They merely change regimental
crests and addresses.
The "Sykes Reculari" f named
after theunit's first commander!
ueuei.i a. aynesj nave oeen a
Knawkiid llilr Ike
0.1 Red hviblba
(C:f:rc An hvib) :
i nd (C.,i.) j'CMe-i.idy de denounced
nounced denounced suggestions that President
Eisenhower invite Russian leaders
to visit this country. .,,,'
Knowlaod said that despite the
downgrading of Stalin," Russian
leaders .."nave not performed j I
single deed of good faith." He said
they still are the "operators of the
greatest slave labor camp in all
nisiory." , ,
. Xnowland told the Senate he re referred
ferred referred to suggestion bv inm nnwt
columnists and commentators that
President Eisenhower invite Rus
sian leaders Nikolai A. Bulganin
and' Nikita S. Khrushchev to the
' He did not mention an Inform Informal
al Informal Russian invitation for high
V, S. Air Force officers te at attend
tend attend a Russian air show eit
"month involving a possible return
"visit by Soviet Air Force offic officers,
ers, officers, But he said In a senate
Speech he is sere the president
wonld not Invite Khrushchev and
Bttlgania or ny other Russian
leader to visit this country.
Secretary of State John Foster
I Dulles said as he left Washington
ror lv-asy vacation that be at
taches no great significance to
the informal Soviet invitation,
; Despite Dulles': statement, the
goevrnment has indicated it wel welcomes
comes welcomes the idea of a U.S. military
delegation going to Moscow provid provided,
ed, provided, the Soviets do not attach any
unacceptable conditions.' .,-..
4; Gls, 4 Dogs
, .1 ) 1
, Ma-'e up, at present, of fou
n wand four dogs, the Sentry
Log Team, 7461st Signal, Fort
Cay ton, has been In existence
- for three years. The team's mis
slon is to guard all communica communication'
tion' communication' cables and signal radio an-
tenna towers In the vicinity of
the chlva Chiva radio transmit.
'5 The four men. 8p 2 Nathaniel
Xranford. So 3 George W. Brln
: son, Sp 3 Cleo Johnson and Pvt
2 Conrad Maxwell, are each as
signed one dog, t
Each man cares for his own
a nimaL grooming him and pre.
. paring- his meals. This latter
:dvty requires no small amount
orctunary skin since each or
the' does consumes three pounds
of horsemeat and. bone meal a
- An German Shepherds, the
dogs have been trained at the
Army Dog Training center. Fort
Carson, Colorado. Here, they
were taken at different ages and
given -an intensive 15 week
course in til aspects of patrol
work. Their natural intelligence,
combined with this training
makes them nearly perfect for
such work. ..
On guard 24 hours a day, the
four soldiers, working in shifts
with -their canine colleagues,
ceuntry U a-" AhraJum Lincoln.
pirt of the Army story since the
mu-uoos, wnen they organized.
Since, they have served in an un
broken tour of duty stretching
through six wars the Indian,
Civil, Spanish-American, PhiUipine
insurrection, and World Wars
Presentation' of the 20th colors
to the new regimental commander
was made by Mai. Gen. Lionel C.
McGarr before approximately 200
invited guests and all members
of the 33d Infantry and its attach attached
ed attached units."
Cot Miller has been serving as
U.S. Army Caribbean G. Coffey
hat -been announced as Chief of
Staff at Fort Dix, and he will leave
early next month for the Stateside
for the review was Lt. Col. Frank
lin B. Simmons, the regimental
executive offker.i;".'f;';-.'if.ii- -The
33d Infantry is being moth-
oaued as a result of the reorganize,
tion- six years after being activ activated
ated activated at Kobbe.
Surprisingly, the 33d was organis organised
ed organised before the 20th. In 1913, the
nrst 3M infantry was constituted
years before the 20th, Howev
t, it has been de-activated three
time durine its bistorv
The first time the 33d was acti
vated, it was part of the Light
Artillery regiment. And the, second
time it was a battalion-sized unit
So actually it was 1916 befere it
became a regiment, v v
The 33d Infantry has been a part
i .l. l r !,. ... ....
vi uie viiniii Aune miuiary piciuro
since me, .wnen personnel trom
Campst Empire and i Otis were
tran -ed to f-w'n the rfsiment
s iiiu-.o is ''Sm,..iig M'e Come.
RcIircJ CZ ll:a- 'A.
Here In Eerly Days
'William Love, retired Panama
Canal employe, died early Friday
afternoon at Gorgas Hospital He
was 7S i years old..
Mr. Love had been making his
home at the Tivoli. Guest House
for some time. He was stricken
ill only a few dsys ago, entering
uorgas Hospital May 17.
A native of Newark, New Jer Jersey.
sey. Jersey. Mr. Love was one of the old
timers of the Canal construction
period. He entered Canal service
in November 1907 and was em employed
ployed employed from then until his retire retirement
ment retirement in July 1938 except for a
brief bteak in his service in 1922.
Druing his service In the Industrial
(then Mechanical) Division in Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, he was employed as boiler-
maker, planner, and inspector.
He was well known in Panama
City.' He and his wife who died
several years ago had a home for
many years on the Sabanas Road.
He, has no immediate family' on
Graveside funeral services will
be held at 11 o'clock Monday .morn .morning
ing .morning at Corozal cemetery. The Rev.
Oscar Olson of the Balboa Union
Church will conduct the services.
patrol an average of seven
miles a night through the area 1
of the cables and towers. The:
men are armed with shotguns
which almost seem superfluous
when they have their dogs.
Recently the team proved lt"
worth -in no uncertain way.
While on patrol one. night, Brin Brin-son
son Brin-son and Johnson -with their
dogs found a place near high-;
way X-J where someone had dug
up a hundred feet of valuable
cable.' ; .
Ticking up the scene at this
point,; the dogs Jollowed it "for
some distance to where the ca cable
ble cable had been hidden,
Upon locating the cable, the'
two guard summoned Cranford
and then the three soldiers with
their dogs, established them them-selves
selves them-selves at the spot to await the
return of the thieves:
After a twelve hour vigil, the
team's patience was rewarded
when three men appeared to re-
cover their loot. The men were
immediately apprehended and
placed in the custody of the Caj
nai zone police. -
Although every night'e patrol
work Is not as thrilling as this
the team has' come In for more
than its share of interesting
. A full schedule of Memorial Dav
services on the Pacific side of the
Isthmus will be conducted May 30,
wicn Dotn military and civic orga
Services at the Corozal Cemete
ry, Paraiso and at sea will be aug augmented
mented augmented by numerous other cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies honoring the war dead in
an around Balboa, Diablo' Heights
- Her is the schedule of activi activities:.
ties:. activities:. "i
f:00 a.m. Decoration of vet
erans' graves at Corozal Cemete Cemetery
ry Cemetery by Boy Scouts and1 Girl
7:30 A. Flag.ralsing ceremonies
at Balboa, Balboa Heights', Diablo
Heights and Cocoll by Boy Scouts.
7: Placing of floral tribute
at the memorial tablet in1 Balboa
Heights by Boy Scouts and Girl!
8:00 Ceremonies end '"nlapine
of floral tribute at Richard P. Pe-
rott Cenotaph in Balboa by R. C.
Worsley with assistance from Boy
Scouts and Girl Scouts.
'I',' .rit:1 i-y t, ;'';
8:00 Placing of -floral tribute
at Gorgas Memoral plaque by Chil Children
dren Children of the. American Revolution.
-8:00 Placing of 'floral tribute
at Carr and Owen Memorial tablet
in Pedro Miguel by Girl Scouts.
8:15 -J. Placing of floral tribute
at Columbarium in All Souls Chap Chapel
el Chapel at Cathedral of St. Luke in An-
- 1 j -jt TJc"rhir of special
n . i , I I ,r n onw.
rial i ii 1 1. The public is invited
to use tins courtesy extended, by
the Panama Canal -Company for
we inn, id Mumai ana return.
8:35 Start of march, into Co Corozal
rozal Corozal Cemetery by military and
civic organizations under massed
colors, Grand Marshal Lt. Col.
Carrol B. McMath, Jr., leading.
Participating are units of the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces. American Lesion VFW.
Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Order of
DeMoley, Catholic Daughters of
America, Order of Rainbow, Or Order
der Order of Eastern Star,' Spanish War
veterans and the American Red
9:45 -r Memorial services start
at Coroial- Cemetery.
Invocation by Chaplain (Capt.)
Francis P. Lewis of the Army.
Memorial prayers led bv Chao-
lain Lewis; Ch i pl a in fcapt.)
Charles -J. Richard of the Army;
and Rabbi Nathan D. Witkin of the
Addsess by Lt. Col. Richard Ras-
tettert Ordnance Officer, Corozal.
Benediction by Rabbi Witkin.
Color tuard from USARCARIB.
eight-man firing squad from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School ROTC.
776th Air Force Band.
Broadcast of services over Ca
ribbean Forces Network (CFN).
(In -case of bad weather, Coro
zal Theater will serve as an alter alternate
nate alternate -site). ( ''-
:50 Fly-over by U.S. Air
11:00 Placing of decorations
at Amador Cemetery, Panama, by
(Continued a oPage fi, Col. S)
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WHOA BOT!" Specialist 2nd Class Lathanlel Cranford, Sentry Dog Team, 7461st signal, Ft."
Clayton, has all he cando to hold back big "Ruff" attacking Pvt. Conrad Maxwell, also a
member of the Dog Team. Maxwell is dressed in the "agitation suit" which is used in train- ;
ring, the dogs to disarm an assailant. The Dog Team which has been in existence for three V
years is charged with guarding all communication cables and signal radio antenna towers in
the vicinity of Chiva Chlva transmitter. . u.S. Army Photo) 1
NICOSIA," Cyprus, May
party boarded and searched
enny pn suspicion it might be carrying arms or fugitives
of the anti-British underground in Cyprus, it was disclos disclosed
ed disclosed today. r
A Royal Navy spokesman said the 5514-ton vessel
Agamemnon was intercepted yesterday under orders of
Drirjsn aurnonries to board
ff yt Me ..t ,.i ., (m it,
; The Agamemnon is the liner that tarried ht Greek
king and queen on last year's famous party cruise of Eu European
ropean European royalty, :,
-:s, The spokesman said the British minesweeper swung
alongside the Greek liner, escorted her into Limasol har harbor
bor harbor and searched the vessel for two hours. 'It was report reported
ed reported the searchers found nothing suspicious. T
I' VThe Greek vessel was on a scheduled run from Alex Alexandria,
andria, Alexandria, (Egypt to Piraeus, Greece via Cyprus. ,t
6ne, person was killed and lsj Wille the, Creeks end Turks
injured in violence involving Brit-! bottled In Larn.ea, squoalinq Cy-
ons, LfpiranQ lurKS on Cyprus
vaH ... -
, 4,. i.
i '"! !'(
!'J sr'' ervH'J
wnn urecits ana lurKS ciasntq
with knivot, clubs end barrel
staves on the streets of Larnaea.
British authorities sent the en entire
tire entire Middlesex Regiment te break
Women and children Joined the
men in the melee on the main
street of Larnaea, in the southern
part ot Cyprus.
Greeks on Cyprus have staged a
long and bitter fight to break their
ties 'With Britain and united with
ties wun oruain ana unuea wun
r.ir. ..,i,ii.'T.,.n.u r.,-..i.t.
vor British rule,
Six Greeks and seven Turks were
hospitalized in the brawl. Four of
the Greeks' were in critical condi condition.
c n k. -Y :! -I-,.! i ...:.!-
British military police In Nicosia.
Two soldiers were wounded wheni:h w Vrn. i" '""a
a bomb exploded in a British jeeplS. flaeeP fShi '
'killed in an extremist outbreak at
said, "It looks like civil war." As
chairman of the Cyprus Turkish
party, he cabled Adnan Mendcres,
prime minister of Turkey, to ask
his government's support in the
disagreement with Greek Cypriots,'
He also wired British' Foreign
Minister Lennox Boyd, U.S. Secre
tary of State John. Foster Dulles,
rJ VThiI ajI Viktina CatnMt f1 m .'
twvinn.il miiuh ocucwij cn- ier xor me nomination of a nation nation-eral
eral nation-eral Dag Hammerakjold to protes al vice-president for this district.-
"atrocities against the Turkish. His term" begins Aug. 30 and
community." will end Aug. .28, 1958.
He said the Turks on Cyprus are' The Washington office was not'l-'
determined not to live under Greek fied today of bis re-election to the
rule. post. ,,
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26 (UP) A British naval
a Greek luxury line appar-
and search all "suspect" ships
pnot girls brtwl.d wW-Vitijh
I mm ii!i..u
'y r''f in ritMii,
Gicek exiuiiuMS by-. cIomh; i
stores and 12 dwellings in hirosia's
Ledra Street, center of the "mur "murder
der "murder mile" where bomb throwers
killed one British j soldier and
wounded 12 persons Monday.
While the shopkeepers were mnv
?.j "2,,t7.'Z :JrlL 1 : uuuv
mg out, Ledra ; street
i.X.tk u,.ZT..' ,crMmin
death to Harding."
Sir John Harding i&t the British
governor of Cyprus, i
iney paranea oown tne street
i -i?:." ii:,. ir
f defiance of military police.
A soldier tried to seize it. touch.
ine off toe-to-toe fist fight be--tweon
the girls and military
Troops armed with submachine
K5,'i'?S a,g V"?
Rufus M. Lovelady was unani unani-mously
mously unani-mously re-elected this morning by
members of Lodge 14 and Lodge
1559, American Federation of Gov Government
ernment Government Employes, to the office
of national vice-president.
Lovelady was re-elected toda
at the biennis! ciucus of District
14 held in the Balboa service cen-
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FUNNY "GIVEAWAY" DOUG MCKAY
The Republican- in their
Elsenhower, complained that
cracking. Joke and that that wasn't lair especially when trie
Jokes were on the Republicans. The record of the Democratic
candidate for President, Governor Stevenson, was particularly
"-'reprehensible on that score. ...
So It 1s an occasion for raised eyebrows when we find
Douglas McKay, until recently Secretary of the Interior, where
he made a record for giving away natural resources of the Fed Federal
eral Federal snvernniftnt which Is suDDosed to be the people of the U.S.
But do not take my word for it;
Magazine for the tacts.
Mr. McKay was "eased" out of the cabinet to save Oregon
and the rest of the United States from Senator Wayne Morse,
a dangerous egghead. Well, Mr. McKay won the. nomination 01
h rtrtrnn Rrmhii(nx for senator, tn run against Senator
Morse and beat him. In the
another Republican named Hitchcock, Doug got off tnerfawiuy
We are indebted to Joe Miller and a piece he wrote for
the ReDorter for the aforementioned lokes. Now this Joe Miller
in no relation tn the late, great
inks hook that bore his name,
dated that they .could not have
COOK. . y :
' I might warn you that Mr. McKay was the biggest Chcvro Chcvro-.
. Chcvro-. let dealer in Oregon, even before the U.8. government became
a part of General Motors. Well, here's the Joke he cracked In
om of his. speeches.
' "When we were in Rome, Grandma asked me, didn't I think
"hat St. Peter's was beautiful?"
. "Sure,"li.said," but have you seen the '55 chevvles?"
' Now isn'S that it wonderful, salty, earthy Joke? Nothing
. egghead about that. It must have haa his hearers holding
tneir sides and rolling In the aisles. But he had another Joke
which was not used in speeches and we can understand why.
Mr. Miller reports.'
"He (McKay) returned home on April 15 wearing a hand handkerchief
kerchief handkerchief initialed "Y.C.E.R.B.S.O.Y.A." Someone asked him what
it stood for. McKay grinned and offered a bowdlerized transla translation.
tion. translation. "It means," he said, fthat you can't elect Republicans by
sitting flown. And that means this Republican."
Now one does not need to be a cryptologlst or even a good
crossword puzzle worker to note that Doug's translation was not
complete and literal. Just think of having a handkerchief em embroidered
broidered embroidered with, all of those letters to put over that Joke. Now
ve re .:.re what we lost when Doug was "eased" out of the
. r trM what arc ornament he will be to the United States
e. ,i;s?re is rotK,inar erghead about1 that joke, but discri discri-1
1 discri-1 .'.ii;in? and fastidious readers of the Mail Box may think that
it has tome of the flavor and strength of an egg that didn't
y PEAKS AND VALLEYS-Eight-year-old Glen Davis Wmi
-. where his home town of Skokle, I1L, is on a new type of relief
- nap that shows more accurately than ever before the upa tad
-4owns of the U.S. terrain. Five years in the making as a major
' project ef the Rand. McNally Company's centennial this year,
it uses a unique "merged relief technique that gives a truer
picture than the conventional topographical map. The point point-tog
tog point-tog finger belongs to Andrew McNally, III, company president
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1952 Crusade, Including General
the Democratic speakers were
read the May issue of Harper's
course of his campaign against
Joe Miller Who authored the
and the McKay jokes are so
been pirated from that famous
celery down In th kitchen
This columi hat beea prepar
ed by Victor Riesel'i &all tol tol-kowing
kowing tol-kowing a bedside conference with
the strickea columnist-)
In an isolated house tuckecLawiy
on a lonely strip of beach on. an
island off the iNew Jersey toast, i
real life drama is unfolding that
nas more mysterious elements than
a Mickey Spillane who-dunit.
- Central figures in this handy
hide-out arc two men .who have
been named as Soviet espionage
agecu in iwora testimony biforu
Congressional committees.. Both
have Red zippers pulled over their
lips JKrtn have draped the Fifth
Amendment around their shadowy
One of these a former Armv
Air Corps Major has refused to
deny under oath that he bad en entertained
tertained entertained visitors who just happen
ed to drop into his home jib ; a
"marine surface vessel of a 'for
eign country. V
ine man with murky memory is
William uiuwip Ullman. He is
fr!end, i. partner and permanent
house guest of Gregory bilvermas-t-.-r
who is described iu Senate toa toa-timony
timony toa-timony as a top Soviet spy. They
chaie the cut-oyhe-way, bouse in
Jersey with All. S.
Government officials bel'cve that
Ullman like Silverm aster could
rip open the whole sordid saga of
boviet lmutration into governments
as well as deep inside scores of
the nation's most strategically
placed unions. But for now,. I can
oest aescnoe uuman oy reporting
his answers to a series of ques
tions put to him by senate prob probers,
ers, probers, v.-. 1
On Monday, Nov. 23 1953, for
example, Ullman was questioned
by a sub -committee of the Senate
judiciary CommHte digging into
subversion m government aeccie.
One of the committee members
asked :Uiu: -.. T-i r
"Did you ever have any visitors
there (at his home in Hamy Ce Cedars,
dars, Cedars, N J.) from any foreign coun country
try country call on you by marine sur-
"Of course, Ullman snapped i "a uw man wno ounaea nepor nepor-back:i"l
back:i"l nepor-back:i"l refuse u answer that! ter Victor Reisel by flinging acid
question." :' into his eyiSi What the exacb: pen-
He was asKed: "ma yo learn
the date of D-da'."
I refuse to answer that
"Did you transmit mat informa
tion to any person you knew to be
an agent of the Soviet military
Ullman s reply: "I teiusi to an
swer Ihat question.".
The senate probers Uicn asked
Ullman about his-oath of office
when he entered government serv'
irp. Thev wanted to know:
At the time you subscribed to
that oath, Mr. Ullman, were, you
actively engaged in espionage -ana
sabotage against the Government
ot tne unuea. states.' 'iv" v ..
Came the swift answer: "f re
fuse to 'answer thatt question."
The disdainful defiance 01 tne
committee extended far beyond
possible incriminating items, im
man wouldn't even answer -ques
tions about -howi many .bedrooms
there were in nts om nome m
lirDk:Mrtr.M'4 Tl C iahiAn ha' alsn
shared with1? the Silvermast6rs. ; I
can report,' nowever, xnat1 next
tenants found a number of panels
throughout the house bemna wnicn
were secret Duiit-m caenes
Ullman's silence was an ecno
of the clammine up by his part'
ner, Silvermaster, when Senate
probers tried to get the) ajleged
ton sov to talk in April ef t the
same year. Silvermaster also
duns to the Fifth Amendment,
-Important here in this tale of
these two men, charged by the
Senate with being spies, are tneir
ties to some influential labor
chiefs and some Unions -and their
subsidiaries. The Federal investi
gators pin-pointed ; alliance! with
nigh ranking labor poucy maters
including the former research di director
rector director of the CIO Political Action
Committee. Frederick Palmer
Weber; John Abt, former counsel
to powerful CIO unions, and Nat
win, anoiner laoor lawyer menu menu-fied
fied menu-fied in Congressional hearings as
an important figure in Communist
Witt is still the attorney for the
notoriously pro-Soviet Mine, Mill
and smelter workers union wnicn
sits astride-.our yvital uranium
mines and smelters and other
metals necessary for the H-bomb.
It is the Mine-Mill crowd which
now has alliances with ten major
unions, whose officials are helping
thenv sitting on committees with
them and lendina them respect
ability. The same mwoness inai
permitted deep Commie infiltra infiltration
tion infiltration of unions in the Thirties
mris to exist today.
The same Senate record snows
that when Silvermaster was ask
ed if ha knew West Coast Long'
shoremen s Union cnief, a r r y
Bridges, he also refused to an
swer, springnoara ror mucn 01 me
labor contact was Silvermasters
connections with the U.S. Labor!
Department and the vital wartime
Maritime Lanor uoara.
Fx-Milor Ullman. the amet one.
is supposed to be ready to talk
now in order to avoid going to jail
on a contempt rap. If he tells the
truth, and if he tells ail be actually
bnnw. there will be many a Red
face over the Red records made
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I suppose some day they will
y wr mis sorr 01 enmmai as-
sault is, I couldn't say, but elec-
trocution .would be far too
in our soft-hearted, soft-headed
society today, we musn't be beast
ly to the sinner. In the old days
Of Mosaic law, they literally would
have had an eye lor an eye in
the Reisel case, with a few extra
adornments as punitive bonus."
That, under our strange human humanity,
ity, humanity, would be considered too shock shocking
ing shocking to contemplate today, although
see no real reason why some
paid hoodlum working on orders
tor a few, should expect any
better thaBj, he gave. .... !"
There is nothing to my mind
more horrifying thant. malicious
maiming for either vindictive or
professional purpose and of the
two professional m a I m I n g is
worse. As a writer' of labor,' Reisel
tol'd a lot of unpleasant truths and
made a lot of enemies. 4i
One" of those enemies ordered
him: blinded a particularly loath loathsome
some loathsome thing in the case of a man
who lives by his eyes, and who
has live in the light for 40 years.
There were the carefree days:, how
sweet they were, jt
"How colorful and gay our lives
When I was making twenty-seven
And you went shopping at the
intriguing were the sidewalks of
The noisy parks, the benches
' where we sat;
Instead of El Morocco and the
We wound the day up at the
Those were the April days, when
we were young
And counted all the dollars, and
the cents. v
The singing days, my love, when
nights were hung
With trembling stars above the
tenements j t i
The days when we had everything
Would you go back to them? Like
hell you would!
."':' Mitchell Parish
veieos adoui lown: ureta ua
bo shopping In the lamp and' shoe
sectors at Boomingdale's (withwt
mat Hat; unrecognized ... gov.
Frank G. Clement (of Tennessee)
in the Stork Broadway favor
ites Blossom seeley and Benny
rietas raving about Hitchcock's
"The Man Who Knew Too Much"
. . Rocky Graziano. one of the
few Big Spenders left, hosting a
party of is at the Embers ...
Marlene Dietrich and the Wm
Rivas (the stark Image) at the
Little Club . Judith Anderson at
Bon Soir with an attentive escort
. . James Struthers, western he-
man . Jonn Jacob Astor study,
ing the Latin Quarter chorus .,
The Jack E. Leonards in Lindy's
baby-sitting F. i Sinatra's friend
Peggy Connelly ... June Andrews
of "My Fair Lady" supping at the
Spindletop with the JCirk Douglas
Sallies In Our Alley: The Mc McCarthy's
Carthy's McCarthy's crowd were thrilling over
Mickey Mantle's phenomenal bat
ting. "How will the rest of the
American League stop him?" gush
ea a xana rooier . ; very sm
pie," offered another, "Just have.
his draft board moved to Cleve.1
land" The Teddy's host had a
"terrible nightmare" ... Dream
ed-be was shipwrecked on a des
Walter Wincliell In MeivYbht
Yesterday You Were So High"
Mustn't Be Beastly
By BOB RUARK
Even the psychological aspects
are pecuuarly borrifymg. Reisel
didn't "lose" his eyesight." It was
taken from him maliciously,
coldly, and for a' purpose?; 3
Some of our crook-dominated
unions have been using old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned gangster coercions, such
as beating, maiming, scarring
and even killing on each other,
their enemies and their members
for a long time.
Walter. Reuther was not too big
a man to duck a shotgun blast
as- he sat in his home, and the
gangster-ridden' waterfront boys
have been knocking each other off
with monotonous regularity for a
long time, r ;
But they haven t had the tern-
erity to assault the press in a long, 1
wng ume noi m my memory
since the old rough Chicago days
wnen tney rubbed out Jake Linsie,
reporter who was a bit too close,
ly associated with them, anyhow.
That was in the era when they
didn't mind chopping up a night
club comedian, Joe E. Lewis. Joe
was working a club for one mob
and another wanted his services.
Joe wouldn't go, so they made
him a new face and carved his
throat so badly he didn't talk, let
alone sing, for about four years.
ert Island 'with Marilyn" Monroe
ana Arinur miner.
Miami Beach Vignette: A Bronx
lady (the look-a like of Molly
Goldberg) was wandering along
the beach and came across an old
lamp . She didn't know it was
Aladdin's She picked it up. .q
ruooed off the sand and a huge
Genii appeared ... The frightened
woman started to weep . "Don't
be afraid." comforted Mr. Genii.
"I am your seryant. I will get you
anything you want Just name your
slightest desire" . "Please," the
said, "make me a malted
"Okay," was the retort "you're
a maiieo.! ,.
Memos of a Midnighter: K a
Thompson s deal with Simon
Schuster: Two sequels to "Eloise
now in its 5th printing. One will
take the tot to Hollywood. The
other to Paris . Former Broad-:
way decoration Cece Eames mar married
ried married J. Edward Welksr April 22nd
in H wood ", Orson Bean of I
"Rock Hunter'vand dancer Ram
Winslow hide-a.woo at the lltislairs
uupiex .. bod unsmg and Em
Uy McLaughlin, In the cast of Ihe
ill-fated "The Lovers.'Vfound love
in that nop and win be sealed...
IVerna Hull of the Sears-Roebuck
clan will wed song-writer Dan Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, son of Fred Fisher, one-time
Tune-Pan-Alley giant . His broth brother,
er, brother, Marvin, will marry Tracy
Brown, the Dior model ', Brawl
of tha Year: At the Black Magic:
Barbara Vincent vs. socialite Fred
New York Novelet: Bill Good Good-heart,
heart, Good-heart, jr., described in the papers
as "one of the nation's leading
discoverers" (when he was a top topflight
flight topflight actors' agent, made his mint
long ago and retired from the
Broadway scene ... While still
young, that is . Billy, however.
wearied of the easy-going routine
in the upstate sticks and kinged
to get back Into The Big Apple ac action
tion action ..; The teevee pages last
week reported tha NBC annnintari
him to an executive post.... The
exciting job was arranged by
NBC's Mannle Sacks, who' was
once Mr. yGoodheart's office boy:
Times Sauare Circle: Doesn't
"Cat On a Hot Tin Roof', think it
I should drop calling the show "The
Pulitzer Prize Play"? Considering
Those : were the days of the
Cement sacksuit, the burned feet
and interesting knifework on un uncommunicative
communicative uncommunicative clients.
The late Al Capone once went
into a temper over, a business as
sociate, so he tendered him a ban-J
nilAf i Attn: fltA AAffo "aiua.h..l
were made, then Capone beat his
friend to death with a baseball bat
while two associates held the
victim. V j
But today we musn't be beastly
to the beasts. We mustn't take a
poor view of the disenchanted
lady from New Orleans who ran
down her lover In a fit of maid maidenly
enly maidenly pique and then ran her car
back and forth over his body until
he died of it; The lady said she
was avenging womankind.!! sup
Reisers precious eyesight at the
hands of .somet hired J thug. t I
couldn't say. What'll happen to
the hoodlum, I couldn't say if
they ever catch him. -Poetically,
it would be nice to
deport mm to troubled North Af Africa
rica Africa and give him a flock of Arab
women to associate with. I Can
think of no more unpleasant pre.
iuae to neu.
Diary of Anne Frank" won ft for
5 k.; "Cat" won it for tha turn.
55 season .. The Miss Rheineold
selections won't start until August
(ends in October) "but Marinri.
McNally looks like the Big Threat
I J".ktLrI,cn 18 "Ck PUy
"E,?11T?U Model 1 Hardy
will be in London when Archie
Moore defends his title next month.
His favorite female Sn.mH.
like: "Arrividerci Roma" a n a
"Moonlight and Roses" . "With
a Utile Bit of Lack" (from -v,ir
Lady") and "Usten to the Mock Mocking
ing Mocking Bird" rt "What a Heavenly
Night For Love" (Dinah's nlntt.
I. .an.. -1-. r----
uu ly : ciose r 10 cuieioert xvev xvev-in'a
in'a xvev-in'a "To a Narcissus."
. Hollywood Cinderella: Ty Power
and Kim Novak are at th.ir Vptv
Best in Columbia's soon-due biog biography,
raphy, biography, "The Eddy Duchin Story"
. . It follows the career that be began
gan began so happily (and ended so trag tragically)
ically) tragically) the way Broadwayites knew
it and Eddy Don't bring ker kerchiefs.
chiefs. kerchiefs. Bring boxes of tissue for
the heartbreak and tears ... In it
you will meet a darling named
Victoria Shaw, whose off.s e r e e n
name is Jeanette Elphick . Her
first Hollywood film 4 . Her pre previous
vious previous experience was a movie in
Australia v. Bob Hope met her
"ere last year, "u you ever come
to Hollywood," he said, "call my
agent and say I sent you" ... A
month later she did so ,. Hope's
agent arranged a test ,. Pro Producer
ducer Producer Geo. Sidney flipped over it
and Victoria got the role winning
it from dozens of others ; A beau beautiful
tiful beautiful person, whose acting will go
oig wnn tne crowd . She's still
a Very Little Girl...: She's 21 to-
aay.,, : Happy Birthday.
Curtain Calls: "The Killing."
an exciting melo at the Mayfaii1.
Produced by a pair of 28 year
olds: James B. Harris and Stanley
Kubrick . Jess Stearn'a book.
"Sister of the Night," about New
York's sinful set .. Fritz Blocki's
thrilling story, "Out Of My Dark
ness," about WUliam Sheppard
"who lived 3 times" . .The Rose Rose-mary
mary Rose-mary aooney-Duke Ellington al album,
bum, album, ; i'Blue Rose." A must-get
. . Lonnle Donegan's platter
"Lost John." A British lad who
sings Amencan folk tunes .
Maxine Sullivan's songs at Vil
lage Vanguard' k., F. Sinatra's
'My Baby Has Eyes For Me.'
WASHINGTON The welcome
accorded foreign dignitaries as
they drive down elm-shaded Con. I
stitution Avenv? was. never more
...iHunani uian me aav recently) Texas oil men will rank first when
President isenhower re-it comes te filling the. .vacancy
ceived the president of the young- on the finance committee.'
est but third largest republic ini
the world-Soekarno of Indonesia. INDONESIAN MERRY-GO-ROUND
President 'Soekarno had been ai. .
bit nervous about this .trip;, just! Indonesia is a major oil'source,
l "is"country has been nervous the second producer of tin in the
about the precarious political path world and tint in the production
it has trod in these days when' of rubber, quinine and black pep.
ev?3i. astern nation is besieged per Indonesia has a multi-par.
and beleaguered. by, communism.ty political system and a cOnstitu-
Before leaving -for Washington, tion guaranteeinjf freedom of
Saekarao (went to his birthplace; speech, press, religion and equal
in East Java to ask hU mother's 'rights for men and womfcn of all
"!eLP"mge.- Ana races. The major parties are Mos
he visited his fathers grave m the.lem, Nationalist. "Socialists Catho.
Jakarta Moslem cemetery to pray
for success to4 Washington and
strengthened, friendship with the
It was the U.S.A.. as. he. and
other Indonesians well remember,
which played such a large part in
winning independence for the
young, republic The battle cries
wn inspired tne Indonesian rev revolution
olution revolution against 'the, long, colonial
ruie. M the Dutch' were similar
to those of 1776. Indonesian pr.-1
triots even featured pictures of
George Washington and Thnmi.
Jefferson on banners and postage
The final coup de -grace in win winning
ning winning Indonesian independence oc occurred
curred occurred when Matty Fox, New
York motion picture executive and
friend Of .Indonesia, together with
Joseph K.vBorkin of Washington
persuaded various senators to cut
off Marshall Plan funds to the
Dutch if those funds were used
in the war against Indonesia; Since
then, Borkin has Sometimes been
called by Indonesians "the Amer American
ican American father of Indonesia in independence."
dependence." independence." He sharps natwuitv
with Sen. Brewster of Maine, now
retired, who circulated the Senate
petition to j-eur-jbff Dutch funds.
That's part of 4 the story behind
Presidents Eisenhower' pasture
in sending his personal plane all
the way to Hawaii to brinp thP
president-of ne of the key repub
lics 01 me far ast to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. ...
TEXAS OR O.S.A.r
Sen. Lyndon Johnson has come
back to Washington with riew sta stature,'
ture,' stature,' even if his office, staff did
nave id -eini5i cievaior operators
and hired help from the Capitol
building to get a welcoming crowd
at the airport.
He is also full of -fight,5' and
when Lyndon fights for the U.S.A.
rather than lust the state nf Texas
he is" superb. Its when he" forgets
mat icxas joined
Lyndon's 1 first- test over which
comes first, the United States nr
icxas, faces mm immediately,
with the appointment of a senator
to fill the : vacancy of -the late
benator Berkley on the potent fi
uauco cummiiiee. inis is ma com.
mittee which' passes on tax laws
and which-could change the Texas-prized
27Vi per cent oil deple depletion
tion depletion allowance which puts the oil oil-gas
gas oil-gas men ahead of the rest of the
nation when it comes to taxes J
The senator with- ton seniority
to take Berkley's place among
those who want the post, is Paul
Douglas of Illinois, forjner eco economics
nomics economics professor of the Univer
sity of Chicago sand: the most
skilled economist-finance expert
in me senate.
However, Douglas is dead on-
posed to,the tax favors given the
011-gas uuusuy. Ana nnnerto,
Johnson has skillfully kept such
opponents off the tax-writing fi
nance committee. At the moment
he has been discreetly sounding
out other senators to see if he
can find someone with more sen seniority
iority seniority than Douglas who would like
Seniority is a time-honored cus
torn in the Senate. It was why
race-baiting Sen. Eastland of Mis
sissippi became chairman of the
judiciary committee when u
" ", ACROSS
7 Marine Ash
13 Small space
14 "Lilly maid
j Ash :
3 River in Italy.
3 Per fear that
7 Great fright
- of Aatolat"
13 Foot part
17 Land parcel
II Air raid
30 alarm-30 Theatrical
10 Deep holes
11 Heavy blow
31 Having .one
1.1 1 13 Summer (Fr.)
33 & mon" Command
IS Wfiiht nf Tradesman
India 23 Evergreen
I 33 Footless
Fish Tof v
33 Pheasant iH
35 River in
31 Dance step
31 Volcano in
47 Small cask v
84 Bridge holdir
56 Declared .
Demoeratv knew it would lose
them votei. T
ing to see whether seniority or
lie and Labor. Soekarno (he
doesn't use a formal first name)
is an anti-Communist Independent
A former engineer, 54 years bid,
he was jailed several times by the
Dutch for "revolutionary" j activ activity.
ity. activity. Under the Dutch, his countrr
,had a shocking death and illiter
acy rate, but Soekarno has re reduced
duced reduced both...., A political progres progressive,
sive, progressive, Soekarno .clinga to the Jive
philosophical ("Pantiaslla"! .nrin-
principles of Indonesia belief
. r 1 1 : :
iu uuu, uuuiaiiiKiiaiuMii, uquunai-
ism, democracy and social' justice.
Soekarno sums it up: "The belief
in God and free choice of religion
affirms the Democratic 'principle
of freedom of worship.- Democracy
?ains strength and meaning when
it is coupled with social justice
m economic matters. These two,
in turn, are incomplete without a
humanitarian regard for the rights
and interests ot one's fellow man.?.
, UNDf R WATER? 1,
SPRINGFIELD"." S.D. (UP)
A Southern Sta'e Teachers College
professor theorizes that South Da
kota was once part of thevbottom
of the sea. Frof,,G,;p, rudv oases
his conlecture on part ,of a fver
tebra of a shark, shark teeth, and
imbedded sea shells he uncovered
along the Missouri' River heat
here, : i j .
TROUBLE SHOOTER -A
British sentry stands guard on'
the root of a building 1q Nicosia.)
Cyprus, alert for any sign of
anti-British demonstration. The
district was ordered evacuated'
when Greek Cyprlot rioters and t
jnipers killed BriUsh soldiers.y
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. lao tnuvauon eeun
lAWBOV CITT Ci '
mmv J. GilL
.at Kltts and Jamaica Street
11:00 Hoi'neaa Meeting.
?:00 Sunday School.
M Salvation Meeting
B Pretestaati cam aerate
atiala, liberty as
aasaanar eat enanv n in
TUB ATLANTIC 8 IDS
aw. Bay niateiy, rastar..
Phone 6-355 v,
:4S Church School
llflO Worship Service.
1:48 pjn. Sr. Youth Pollowshfpc Pollowshfpc-4:ft0
4:ft0 Pollowshfpc-4:ft0 njn. Jr. Youth Fellowshio.
1 The Bet. faun a.' W 0 lander. Paslor.
I Pbont -l98 ..
I t-M) Bible School i 1
1 1:5 WoHtiip va-vtct and Crjurch-tlmi
Id! Tovth Ftlloanuua
' TBI PACIFIC STUB
I lha Bet. Oeeas W. Olsea
Balboa Bd. at San PaMo St. -Phone
8-M86 Cburcb Office 1-3238.
BJO Church School -' Free but aarvlos
PanonaM Disctnslon Grouo.
BM Worship Service The Axcandce
. session tor nurse?, r.inaeraanen
Primary and Junior Depta.
i Church-time Nuraery for childrer
IM Junlor-HlKh Fellowshrtv
8:00 Port-High Fellowship.
IM 8tnior-Ulcb FeUowxhlp
int. wamer as Aioenon. minister.
Office Pbont 8-470- BsKidenct
tM tJB Church School.
10:0 sun Mornint Worship
II nl. T. -a -T
fttt MerillUUItrl CHIIKCH
. (British Conference.
' It. William H Armstrontr
- 18th St, Panama City
IM ajn Mornint travel and
IM D.oo. Sunday School
f US e-m Bvenine Pravat and Sernon
TUNITIf MW HOOIS1 CHUBIM
. ttb Straal and Melendat Avamat
v Colon. BP
Be. Samuel Walden. Minleter
830 am -Uomtna Sarvk and Bab
S pm. ounoay oencot.
T l. pm Bvasunf Servteek
(Holy Communicao 1st Sundays)
, jWooday. I -JO sun. Prayer MeetJns,
EBNKZai MKTHOHItn UHHISCil
, Rainboer City CI
Bat. Samuel Walden. Mlruttar
thnwiak Mrvtre a a as em a.m
Sunday School f all atea at t-8 o-m
KB urvisan"" re wr.niB.
Tuasday I pjo. Prayei afeetin
it I Aaeon
( 'tout tovtuUet
MheAood. Tuesday! V!X
CkwrAm tt lit swiiy M(B hi
t&'m it Pimnm tM'Cilin, Rapefc&c w him, wM
t nm mm m4 imn W Km hm4 Mryift, rf m nWiliM
'n A MAlir MrriM, tW TVt'Ptm AjbwIcm Mi tilri, ty
Mnnti Mtic Imm wnkif m) ariMt ffwlf Mtitktm.
IAKbm ra(NNm4 fma Haw to wi. 1iiimwiHim havtef ;
Mil m m lw inenH1m bwj mM m)4m "Otht CIhmcmb Am)
A MMMl IMflll BKAMM Mt tMVIMt tt 'AfWF BMt1
. MiMtirt, taartB MWtUif
; lit mm 4mk hi wiWaif ky W4mmt
cbtMtt fw Mm mmwi Sihrtu t
rtraiKTiaMi HCIKNCB tatllBCBBB
tat Cburrb ot Chinn. (ekntoli Aatoe
tot jo nwiirfira.
SwAit Il; tau 9M Mt
Sunday Sdxrt M am-
tnt tourk al Ckft iiatMl, OWH
Uih Stntt buval Bitbwt
Sunday 11:00 tjn. Wtonatdty M
waava rmwm Malt
Sunday iiaai: m aM MM and
ana r- ..M i-an
Confessions: JIUrli'Z: j
and 1:00 to 8:0t p.m. Thursday, MIcrt
Jdiraeulout latdal NoTtna: Ha
on Mondays. : ..M
"FTih School Study dub BJO Ma, m
WMDStoay.... -j,. ;
. j.T. u.-a.v a-u. lit At tJS (A.
Hair Day naaaaai IM aja, tvi M
i.m timf tat to I At and
T:1S to -0t P-m, Tnursday twiort First
Friday i:m P-"vu-. ju
Ca'iSuani Claati SOI tt 4:41 PJt. on
OtJB LAOT OF FATHtAi CawtaB
Rundav Man at UM am.
Holy Day Mast at IdO pja., ;
CorJaaaionsi tM to :. pjn. m Sat
urday- . ..JV
Catoauan uasai anwwv
' ST. JOSEPH-PatatM '
Sunday Masaaa at JK and Idl aJa.
Holy Day Mass at 1 00 p m.
Of.j- u.mm . 410 a.m.
Confassioni; Saturday IdO to tit and
l.ta .1A... .v., ..
cattcniam nam pumuv f"
HoTcnu dM pja.
gt. TIN CENTS Panaaa Cy
' Sunday Masses: :00 and 830 aja. i
ul. tSa lfuaaa: 1:31 and IM 1MB.
(It it talli on Saturday toe Muses art
t:00 and 8:30 a.m.- "j,.-
Confessions; Saturday 8:08 to I M and
7:00 to 8:00 pm. Thursdays before First
Friday irm pjn.
Miraculous Medal Norena and St
H thai Cran:. Friday TM PJB.
Catechism Claasi After. 8 J assta tn
Stom1 OaaiJ 8M ijb. TuawUy tad
Thursday. ; N ,
' ST. THCTFSA'S CtctBt
holy Pv &i:x: 8:00 an. (It tt falls
n .tKnivl :tn atn.l-1
al. : .) to I 'fl P"- on
s ..'.iiunia: 8.u0 to 8 30 a..
SI. JOBS BAPliST PB LA SALLB
Parqoe Lefevre -u.'
M and 8:80 a.m.
wk Dim Mass: 8:30 Moo. Thurt..
Fri. and Sat. HrrtMjyjB-; 8M am.
Holy- Day aiaaaw .v
'Conftadont: 9tM to 4M and IM to
IM tun. on Saturiw
MtTaCUlVW IUdU itvTtiaii 7
it 1:30 p.m. an Sunday
Monday TM rwav
' .' T TrTERFSrS La
Sunday 1 im-
HolyBay Mast: IM PJ".
aJLiv SUtiirdav 1:30 to TM pnv
Thursday before First Friday 1:30 pjn..
catecmsm visas: a.i
Sacred Heart Novenal TM p nv an
Convan viaian pja ..t
IT. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Massett S:4A JM and a m
Holy Day Masses; : and IM. ajn.
iiu v"- ju. a vul .A
Confessions: oaiuroay .w .v
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. -.
Miraculous sseaai noveuaj t. cv.
8:19 and 7:00 p ro.
Saered Heart Movenai vnuay i.
E..ul.. SSTMilntf SarvirMI T:00 tJn. f
Convert Class: T:li p.m. on Mondays
Catechism Class: auneay iv.m
11-48 am. 1 1:00 pjn. to 4:00 pm.
ni avirfa Tvrwialttnn of Most Blest-
ad Sacrament all day: Reposition tt IM
ajn. Saturday mornint." i
First Saturday uevotiona as pur auj
of Fatima The Holy ttosary a -mi m.m.
i-, rntnmnnlort Imtructlons for cnil-
rfr.n Mnnriava and Thustdayt IM to
7:00 pjn.. j ; ...
; anBAnnottS MEDAL Crht6hal
c..n.. MaM! t oo and 10:80 ajn.'
Holyfcay Masses! I M. 8M f av and
1:15 p.m. '.
fnnbaiioiMT Katimh IM to 8M and
7-00 to 8M p m. Arler Bnsary each'eve-
MlraMiloua nnu ngrvnai wra
00 pm. on Monday. t
Catechism Class i After 8:00 Haas
Siinla. 'in 11 lff.'.
First Friday Expoamon an oay ounni
the School Year.
First Saturday; nass at am am. -'
HOLT FAMTLT aiURCH Marfarlta
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 1:30 am -Holy
Day Mauea; 8M u and 1:13
p.m.-.- 1 ' '. "
Confessions: tssj to t:oa ana two to
8-00 pm. Saturday,
aitracuious veoai novenai -w am
Church History broup every iveaoay
at 7:3t p.m.
Teen-Aate cnip: 7 at p.m. on wtflnes-
Catechism ciasst m pjn. iTiursoay.
First Friday Devotions: 7M pm.
Inauiry-Disctiasion Croup every Fri
day I M pjn. ,;
' ST. VTNCr.VTS Balnbew CKt
Sunday Maasasat ('JO u. and IM
a.m. t "ii.
Holy Day Maaset: IM tJn. and IM
pm. ...j,' '- i
Confessions: 4M to IM and IM tt
8:00 Dm Saturday.
Latecnism class: io:u a.m. on ounany
Convert Class every Monday at' IM
Miraculous Medal novenal -7 sit tot
on Tuesday. .: -. .- .r
Sacred Heart Hovenat TM oas. at
Friday. - a
; - eaaaa.a.aa.t.'-''1' '
IMMACULATE COVrfPTlON Caftta
6unday Mass: 1:19 am v-
; Holy (Day Mass: IKW p.m :
Confemions: IJ ta TM pm. on Sat
urday. I ..!'!. -.:.'. t -,
Catechism Oast: 4:00 p.m ta Monday
OUB'LADT OF GOOD COUNStX ;
Sunday Masses: 7'00 and IB am.-'
Holy Day Masses: 8:00 sua. and IM
conreaaont Saturday at TM aja. and
iir ail evening oevoTiona. -'
napusms oy appointment ,:.
Miraculous Medal NovenaR TM aun
on Tuesday. -. -1. i
Sacred Heart Novenal IM PJB eai
Friday. ...... .-., .,
bunday School: 8:38 D m an Sttndsy.
Reiirious Instruction Class for Ciiif.
aren: t:uu D.m on Thursday.
Relicious Instruction for adults iCnn.
cruet ea m bpanish): 7:W pjn on Mon
convarl iristrucaatts by appointment
CmmI Zm, m4 tfttl
art mkm to
tt tM itrtti mt :
Tfct It Sr.
B. rliber Cttdetv B-TJK,
Tkt Tf lav. M. KicatNl HacDtatU
.TO CAT1U.ORAI,' OF ST. LUKB
SUNDAYS . i
TMajn Bar Cammunkaa.
IM aja. Santa Communtoa (4ttl SuB-
18 tje. Church School.
t:4a am. Escuela DominleaL
11M aju. Vorninf Praver and) Imn
- noiy boounuiuoB, (First Sun Sun-.
. Sun-. : day). ...
f M pm. Iveninf Prayer and Isiiiiuu
IM am. Holy Commuruoa.
1:00 pjn. Avenlng Prayer.
IM a jo. Holy Communioa.
I JO ajn. UolF tommuniaa.
1:18 la MomirK Pravav.
U.-OO Mm-day Missionary Praytra.
,. w uus BAVlOUSt
Third Street, New Cristobal
The Rev. Milum A. Cankmi. d f
Holy Communioa T30 au
Church School ........... jo ua.
Morning Prayer ...
and Sermon .............. 11 M IJB.
u ins- sunaay. noiy varamunionl
Vesper Servict and
Youth FellomhlB 1 tia a..
Holy Communioa ..... lag
Choir Rehearsal 7 JO aja.
wm mt Mimjws ax au SMBfUSa
' CTlmrtHi mi st -- -
Tat Bey. Williaas W. BaMaria. Prittt
Family Pravar and ChisKli
Morning Prayar and Sermon U ajn
(H.C first Sunday in Month).
Evening Prayer. T 30 pjn.
Weekday Prayer 8:00 am
. cnsoiAt ;.
Chapd ti the Gaod Ihepherl
. Th Bet. Clarence ft. Hayaa
IM ta, every Friday; Morning Pray
ULC. 1st Friday
Tha Ret. John fipaar, Priest la Charge
Mnrnine Fvavae. tat anH twl
&ndaye 10 Jl am
' noiy communion and Ser Sermon,
mon, Sermon, tnd and 4th Sundays .. 10:30
ounoay acnooi a:ut pm
Youth Fellowship 8:00 pm
Bvenina Pravar lm nm
mjLLHiia 1 1.' ....
Girls' FrlendlT Sadet IM
Evenint Pravar and lamaa tM
Holy. Communion ......... IM tm
woman s Auruliarv. mat ana
4th Ihursdays ......a. IM pm
. dt. Prter'a (taHk '.
TH F Jotin 6a, l-iiest to Chargt.
,1. ' r t ...'.! t
i i- .t afd E---non 7:00 a.m.
f .i,ng tijiu and Church School
10.t a.m. 1 ...
Chiklren't Buchirlit. 3rd Sundays 10
..111. 1 : ( .." ... T
Holy Baptism IM p.m.
Evensona and Sermon T-M nwt
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
noiy communion-.,.,...., 7Mam.
Even In Prayer TM n.m
axcepi saturdavs. Comnline 1:M n.m
1st TUESDAYS 4k 3rd MONDAYS
Woman a Auxiliary TM pm
- Church of St Margaret J
Corner of Espavl Aye. Brazos Blvd.
Tha Ret. Milton A. Caaksem. Pastat
1:30 am. Church School
8:30 a m Morning Prayer and dermori
im oimaays, noiy communion)
4:30 oju. Confirmation Instructions.
. rAut Btco
-Chanel af The Holv CMmtintmi
Ten. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Chanel
tivery lueaaay 8:30 a.m. noiy com com-PARAISO
St Alban's Church
. ftu Be. David A. Osbena.
Priest tn Chare
8M a.m. Choral Eucharist A
12:00 i won Infant Baptism
1:00 IB. Church School
(held tn Building 131) "
8:00 ta Youth Fellowship
7:00 -im. Kvenmm and Addram
2nd AND 3rd WEDNESDAYS
I -to Din. Woman s Auxiliary and AJ-
' tat uuiia Meeting
'... PANAMA CTTT
St Paul's Chrrrrh
Tha Ven. LemaeJ B. Shirley, Rectet
The Re. Fits B. AtwelL Deaeaa
8M a.m. -Holy Communion
8-00 a.m. Suna Euchanst A Sermon
10:45 a ru Morning Prayar and Church
11:00 nrT Holy Bantltm i
T:09 Km Solemn VaanaM
8:30 i i Holy CommunloB
IM m Holy Communion
TM p.m. Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 t m. Holy Communion
M a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CTTIIICR: IT-THE-SEA
Colon. R de P i
' (Oprjostte Hotel WMhinrtont
The Vm. Ma inert J. Peterson, Rector
, la) Be. Henry A. I
IM ia Holy Communlea.
M a m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
. 10:30 a m Church School Baation
7:31 nm Solemn tTenMOf and Sat-
M tm Holy Communion.
7:30 pm fsvenma prayer ano Btrmett
Adult ConfirmattoB Glut
Junior Conflrmatton Class
TJt P m.
Comnline ent Meditation.,.
RAINBOW CITY i,
: Chartr af St Mary, the trrrtB
. ,Tbe Rev. Joha A. Spalding,
v .Priest ta Charge r
Sunt Eucharist............ 7Mam
Chur i School 1-49 t.m
Evenrm. and Sermon .... 7M p.m
Holy Communion. TM sum.
. tt Geertet "ChoTrh
': The Re. John A. Spalding.
Priest tit Charge
1st AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Holy temmuninn ."..:. A IM am
Jnd ANP 4th SUNDAYS
' and Benrm t 30 tm
urareb Bcnoai, each Bun, 10J0
..'-"' etlO IBAJO
M. tnrtowkerH Charch
It Parwve lfrm
TV Be Clarence W Hayaa.
Priest In Charge
Hor. Cnmmunlor .. .. l m
Sunday School lOJOajn
. im. Wep
BaotXnv- Itr'aJt tnd 4tb Sun
Cvermu frayer- Bible Study I
m ano arc sunoaya
Woman'. Auxiltarv tne at ttb Sundav
Evenennt and Sermon .... I JO pm
. Othtr Quiches
" CHCBCB OF THE NAZABENB
MtoWer: tv. Elater a N trees
Box st, Aocoo, Cak Balboa atiOt
Sunday School ........... 1:45 am
Hominr worship ......... 10:30 am
lcxnn brrvioa ........... 8:48 pm
r-rrrf Servict TJ0pm
NJTJ a Servict ....... ... TM pm
Prayer laceting, Wed. .... T JO pm
J VATIONAL BAPTIST CHTJTUai
Panama BJ, 33rd Street East ..
- -Be. A. Abaaa. Miakaaa)
Divine warship M.......w IM a.nt
Sunday School ............ IM nm.
Surwiay Msnsa f, 1:44 u6
lis auauc alJ taiuu. aatnoi
" JEHOTAH'I WrTNESSES
MaetlnaB Thuradava at Ida njna.
Sundays at 4.-00 pm, Wirt Mem
806 Balboa Road. Balboa.
OP LAlTtJi-DAI SAINTS (Mi
Stmdav meetinsa in tha JWB-USO. La
Boca Jtoaa. suuDoa. nimary ana man
hood g JO a m. Meeting; Sunday School,
I JS ajau kcxament Metung, UJO am.
i- Aflaane Branch '
.JtuUdtag auo, Schoolhoust Road.
.4 A 4.'. .1 4..
Ttlephoras. Catun 164 er Cristobal SBT
buiKlay ficnooi 10M aja. eunday bae bae-rement
rement bae-rement Meeting 4:30 pjn. Priethood
Meetuut 1:30 am Wednesday Prinarv
8:30 pm. Wednesday Belief society matt.
ing as aumouncea.
. . "V '.'
C CrTTJBCB '..';"v
tt. Paul HoUoway, Pastat
, Officer Curundu 1108
' Home, Curundu Till
- Sunday School 141
Morning Worship ........... 11 am
Youth Meeting ............... I p.m.
Evening Worship ....... I pm.
l.x f f ut
i' OUt CATHOUC CHTJBCTa
t tt Baptasel The Archantei
SlL Waa BI. 1 i
' If ore fcicharlati Rimda afl 1st a am.
' Tuesdays. Wadnesdava and Thuradava
Sacrament at DnetloB fHeaOne a
vice) lint Sunday of tack saonth
Ban, T. jamat, a S,
Moratrut davotlor. a) ......... IM am
FauowablD WorshiB at .... llM
sunaay scbooi at ............ im pm
utvuat bervua pi tat pm
,,'' BAHA'1 CENTER a
, BAHAI'S CKNTIS
' 84 First Street
Urbanlxadon EI Carmen. Panamd City
tbtormai Taut ana inacuauona
Thursdays...... IM pm,
. Colon, Ith A Freat Strtett .
faoauira Amarlcaa Baaaarl
Study Clsssee, Ihursdays, IM pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Enalaba St. Paralso, C.Z.
Re Waldaba BL Stewart
Sunday: UM am Worship SetvictY
1:00 p.m. Sunday School. .
7:1$ pm, Gospel Servict.
Monday: T:30 Yount Peoole's Society
Wednesday: TM Mid-week Christian
Thursday: IM enow itenearaaL
Friday: IM Women's Missionary
"" TUB CHURCH OP GOD
TKS Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. TV. Graadisoa, Pastor
Snndnv Schnl '30 t.m.
lviirnit Worship 10.30 a.m.
NiaUit hervlca 1 TM pm,
v FIRST CHURCH OP COD
. Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sav
-' Rain hew City, Canal Zona
v Re., g. W. GraJtdlsem, Paster
Mornint Worshlt ............ 8:08 tm.
Sunday School ............. 10 JO t.m.
Nifnt service i aw
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mm Meade Hints. Paster
Sunday School .............. 10:W tJn.
Morning worsmp ............ iiwvbju.
Night Service TM pm
. I TUB CHURCH OP GOO
V Panamt City
Car. "N and Mariana Aittement Its.
Be. Was. g. Jebaaen. raster
Rimda School ........ ...... 1:38 am.
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Night Servlca tv p.:
THE CHURCH OF GOO Bit Abajt
t Monte Osctrt Rd-llin art
Be. Was. J. JohBson. Pastat
Sunday Schoo .............. 8:30 am
Mornint Worahin ........... 10:30 a
Night Service raw p..
'. CHURCH OF THE FOURSQUARI
- t GOSFEL t, rr
' (Full Gospel)
at t).taM lavlee. Balboa Road el La
Boca Rd. Rev. and Mra. Carl V. Thomp
Rimitav School .......... ..I0M am.
Mornint Worship ..11:00 am
Youth Service 8:30 pm.
BvangeusUo Service ...... vua I
CHURCH OP COD (FenteeestaD
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
oi... aul9t Rov 953. Gambna
Churches at Paraiso, C.Z. (Re, and
u ummmn a. Whvte). Colon. K.r.
(Re.' Fernando wwenoei, nio uajo
iiMf and Mrs. Charles Haynes), and
Cativi (Re, and Mrs. Clifford Greaves ).
Sunday and weekdaya tarvieaa at all
Posts and Bases
u ,() PACIFIC SIDB ..,',,,
w, V Pi-tot"".
PORT AMADOR -'.'
Sunday School ................. ""
Morning Worship ............... W
Church-Time Nursery School..,. 10M
Sunday school (Buuatng "t.
Morning Worship W:ll
Wednesday Evening Prayer Matt-
int and Bible Clam .......... IM
Sunday school (Buuaing. nt
Morning Worship 10:45
F.vvnine WorshiB .............. IM
ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASE
Sunday School tw
Adult Bible Clam (NCO Club).. 1:30
Morning Worship ...... ..1:19 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship 1:30
Eeventne WorshiD ............. TM
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School ...... anu
Morning Worship 11M
Holy Communioa First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Hoi Communion (EoiscoiaU)... 730
Morning Worship IM
Holy Communion First Sunday
Sunday Masses ....... ...8:30 A
Confessions, Saturday .. .4:30 it
Daily Mass IMS
Sunday Masses ..........7:45 It IM
Confessions. Saturday ...TM A IM
Sunday Mam .................. UM
FORT KOBBE f
I Dally Mam
' No. 711)
Oxiieasions, Saturday (Building
! Br OSWALD JAC0BT :
VritteB for NEA Stxtict
. i Boih iWal wmJ.V Jl
Whst would you do if you had to
play today's hud at six spades?
Natural!?. tout dtr impulse
would be to raise an eyebrow; at
your partner for his hid of lour
soadea on two Queens. Perhaps
your next impulsi would: hi to
glVI Up. ' ' ...
South believed "while thtrt'i life
theri'i hope." He ruffed the open opening
ing opening heart lead, led a trump to
dummy. Bad letunud the q.uten
of clubi. t:.
East itepped up witn we. an tx
Miiha anrl returned a heart. South
ruffed again, ruffed a low diamond
in dummy, and returned A low
a-laih tmarardt hit hand. "
East wavered, uooanen anows
where East thought thi setting
trick wat coming from if there
was bo second cluD one, bus m
did foolishly plsy low, on the as-
sumptioa that souin was lowi w
cmrtii wm with tha lack of elubl
and easily made the rest of the
tricks. This probably; prom that
even a poor.swmaie is diuw urn
UVU i V ...
Incidentauy, a you wert ss
in today's hand you would have a
clue to the i correct piay.
would South do if he had b lingle-
ton eight of clubs? He would lead
it towards oummy ai ui
trick instead of entering dummy
with a trump in order to lead tne
mi oen of clubs. South! manner
in naral atASR
AljBriuuiK sum w . ju
Daily Matt ..........
Saturday Mam ,.......; a."
a.nri Maaaaa ..T:4I A 11
D.S. NAVAL mTIOKBoomaB
Saturday ( ..........
ALBROOK AIR FCHCB BASS -Saturday
uwn. w"l m
- ATLANTIC BID
Fie tea Uus!
Sunday ecnow .tj
lixLin Worahm JIM
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday., IM
FORT OTJLICK ...
uiin Worahin UM
, Youth Fellowslup. Sunday ..... IM
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Soil
Mornlha WorshiB ...... .,... U
Holy CornmuDioo Firat Sunday
tAt iiTTr.Trt; T -. '"
Dally Mast (,,.,.t.,.iH s-
Kiinrf. Uasa 7:45
CooleasiotUL Saturday ...IM A TM
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coet Bolt
Sunday Mass IM
at an Church tt tt
Sabbath School IM am.
Divine Servict 11 M tm.
Vmith'a lJMtln. a-3fl n.m.
Wednetday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7M p.m.
Pacific Sidt Panami A sTtlhee Dtrtrict
Paatn. W. H W.llar TeL 18:8 S508
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F. at la utta fie.
rhMn4rlA VSfll WIL XT
Pueblo Nutve S-A St bettseB trd
and 4th Stt.
Rio Aha in 11m KL HBw IT
Balboa Chanel 4)844 CaviUn Rd. Bal-
nna f saturo v anivi. w
Spanish Churchas Panami aid
Pastor Buben Ruit '' "' .y
Psntma, Calls Darlert wo. I
Cristobal. 16th A Bolivat Ave.
Gam boa A Frijoles.
District Patter A. A. Calamt
TeL No. C-10S
Gamboa Praltt psrrway mjoisa.
AfUntle Side Colli tad
C. Hahlt-fll M:M
Colon 3rd St central Ave. vnsw
bsl 16th Bolivar Ave. '
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Serview Friday. IJB pm' Saturday.
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Congrecation Koi Shetrtth Israel. Ave-
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Be. Robert F. Gemick, Pastor
P.O. Box 866, Balboa.
Sunday School Bible clam 8M tm
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TM A iMMarearet'a Episcopal Church)
4M pm." V
New Dean To Have
At. St. Luke's
Th new Ttn ef the Cithe.
drtl of St Luke, the Very Re.
Miioeri J. Peterson, will offici
ate tnd preach for the first time
at st. luii'i tomorrow.
Hi will fireside at the'T:SQ
a.rfl. serrlce of Holy communion,
9:15 am. church School, 11 a.m.
Mornint; Prayer and sermon and
7:30 pjh. lnlnif priyer. 'and
Dean Peterson will preach on'
"Our Knowledgt of God and
Man- in the morning;, and "Why
hi enruuan in the evening.
Ht will be assisted by the Rev.
J. Kimball Renew.'
ot playbii; the clubi should btrel
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Senite Democratic Leader L y a a-don
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bate debate Monday on its multi-billion
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night. f v
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CAUSES THOUSANDS ) SCHOOL
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Senate Nixes Ikes Housing
Plan Seeks Shaw Increase
WASHINGTON, May J6 (UP) -I
The Senate, rejecting President Ei
senhower a more conservative- pro.
gram, passed a bill yesterday au authorizing
thorizing authorizing construction of 135,000
public housing units, a year for the
next four years.
This "wai a sharp fncrease over
the 35,000 units the President re requested
quested requested for each of the next two
The bill was approved by roIce;
vote after the Senate had voted
down Mr.- .Eisenhower's, p u b 1 i c
housing program. v ;
Administration spokesmen said
Mr. Eisenhower's plan would pro provide
vide provide "about as many public hous housing
ing housing units' as can be practically
constructed." v r.
v But Democrats assailed tfi,atV 1
minittratien meaawre as a "weak
eMhyeurMlP- plan that weuld
I net even house families diipo diipo-fsesad
fsesad diipo-fsesad by' slum 'clearance prol-
cts, let alone provide other
, -public housing. J. w
ij jrhe Democratic-backed ,. meas measure
ure measure now goes to the House which
has consistently slashed the Sen Senate
ate Senate figure in the past Last year
the-.Senate also voted for 135,00
units but the figure was cut to 45,
coo in the final bill sent to the White
House. ' ..
Mr. Eisenhower today listed
housing legislation among priority
measures ne is anxious to see en enacted
acted enacted before the current session
of Congress ends.
Before final action on the bill,
the Senate beat down 41-38 an ef effort
fort effort to substitute the President's
two-year, 35,000-units-a-year plan.
It also defeated 44-32 another
administration amendment that
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would have required cities to have
a "workable" slum clearance pro program
gram program before they could get feder federal
al federal subsidies for public housing.
It accepted by ; voice vote an a J
mendment to extend tile veterans
housing loan program for a yearj
bebore its present expiration date'
Or JUiy 11157.-
-In addition to public housing,
the Senate-approved bill contains
these other major provisions:
V A new mortgage-insurance
program to provide private hous housing
ing housing for eldorly ptrsena as wel
as a program of 11,000- public
housing units annually over th
next five years, for older per
2. Extension and liberalization of
the home-repair loan program to
ncip in uiuuermzmg existing Dom Domes.
es. Domes. The ceiling on home-repair
loans insured Dy the t eaeral Hous
ing Administration would be in
creased frOm $2,500 to $3,500, with
the repayment period extended
tront thpresent three to five
3. A S billion dollar increase-in
OOOhnortage insurance authority for
4. An increase from $1,300,000.
000 billion to 3 billion dollars in
the total of military housing mort mortgages
gages mortgages which may be' insured by
- Porcupines, contrary to popular
oeuef, do not "snoot their quuis
in self-defense. The notion prob probably
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it of fighting back, when cornered.
with lightimng strokes of its dart,
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THE PANA3U AMERICA AN 1NDEPIXDEXT DAILY X1WSPAPER
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I a toaVt IN CHAMPAGNE IS DBTJXK lor the H6th Anniversary of the Revolution at '. the
J insUa Sssy iS right From left to right are Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro, Minister of
Fo1e?AaKbmr M Charge d'Affalrs of the Argentinian Embassy Julio Negre, Cu-,
lSSr&Vnii&. Minuter of Agriculture Ignacio Molino and ChUean;
Ambassador Admiral Francisco-Lagreze.
COLON CONSULAR ASSOCIATION -;TV' V
TO CELEBRATE SttVEB ANNIVERSAET
' invitations are being issued by Julio A.!Salas, Consul for
the Netherlands and Sweden, Chairman of Colon-Consular
Association and Mrs. Salas jointly with other Consul mem members
bers members and their wives for a formal reception in the Ball Room
' f Hotel Washington In Colon On Tuesday evening June 5th
" in celebration of the Silver anniversary n ine iuunuauv v
their association. 5 i
Honor guests are His Excellency the Minister of Foreign
Affairs and Mrs. Boyd. Other invited guests are Mission
Chiefs in Panama, Members of the Protocol, Members of the
Panama Consular Associationcivil and military authorities
minn mini the Atlantic Bide of the Canal Zone,,
.i. u.irtrf rronn of friends
Colon Association was founded en J a c5th of 1331 by
20 Consuls pi voion.
26 nations in Loion.
. Tea To Honor
Tiie wives of. members of the
Consular Association oi ranm
vwiU honor Mrs., Alberto .Boyd, wtfe
ik the Minister of Foreign Affairs
1 ...ih in n. neia in uic vuu
, Club's. Salon Chanteclere on Wj
day at i W-'-fv''Y
Tea honors Mrs. Paul KaY"',
a ... hold at the home or
Mrs -Myron Fisher in the Maduro
; PUhAr for Mrs. Fa il lv?yi'r
who'wiU be leaving the Isthmus
shortly Mrs, Kayser has been
Sansferred to Mexie. .Iter .tour
" Mia" Alio. HidkTTs Honored
, With Bridal Shower ;
A Silver Dollar shower was co-
. i i M.. Miccoc Alice Jj I m,
nosiea uy u f.i Phvi-
4 Pat Peck, Mary Lou Dau? .nw
u wwd,. Doris Pabon, Lydia
afternoon at the home of Ms
Mrhed to thei
ft.lBDU ? rhr;; twe cioth
MS rB.ir,nd cake were
, rouuu 't- YJcrc: Wone and
to Miss WCKS in t
rarvea vn"'w . ,
a4,::" .landed were the
honoree's mother, Mrs. ; H t c J
Vr:".! Marv Morland, P
Maedl, Mildred Glbbs J o anno
Harte Angela Tyler, Linda, Fov
ct Emily Blaylock, Diaae Ged Ged-dVs
dVs Ged-dVs Judy Tipton, Kathleen;Brode,
AJJ. MarceUa Iign
r.nj .nH Jeanette Swicegooa,
Gail MePherson, ,Bunchy G e g g.
Varawtll ParryeM Homo 01-
v.ka Soltdo Arias.
r";; t-Hj. umiHea Corco was
Mrs. Corco Is leaving shortly tor
the .Unitea.waies on
Dr. And Mrs.Todwi Strauss
Mrs Ludwli Str.u of
Panami are arriving today fw:
Ttwo month trip tc i Europe wtoj
h.v visited with iamiir, uu
"Mr. And Mrs. Jack ObroWskl.
of Bilboa will leave today by ship
for New York. WhUe on vacation
nV5n visit his parents Mr. and
. Mr,". Alexadcr rowskL who
where Balboa residents from
to 1938 when they retired to maae
toer home in the States andl ier
parents, Mr. and Mrs Jorn Cole-
man wno , ,
19The DSLwskis' will be on. va vacation
cation vacation for three months.
...... .-.!'.. n. II Tsniaht
fo- Se Asilo of NuesUa feno
mV take place 'tonight at ftrU ftrU-Dion
Dion ftrU-Dion Club. Guests of
Affair will be the Presided of Pa-
The Beneiu runa
j vf. BiMrrfn Arias.
A b-illiantturnout is expected
" as many tables have been reserv
ed by high Panama uoveronwu.
lid Canal Zone officials. ptoj
ocial figures on this and the otiK
er side ot tne isinmua.
carraga's Orchestra .will contri contribute
bute contribute much in makin tho evenui' evenui'-.
. evenui'-. success. Priies will bo a ticke
... n,n in Santiar'n and back Wit
week's stopover at the best ho-1
, 7-0740, m 2VUI,Llm 90 a m'f
- J-- l r
of the Colon Consuls.
tel there, donated by the C h i i-ican
ican i-ican Air une vouipny nuA' auo
a muniuuo : uonaieu uy tae i'a
nama nauonal iourist Agency.
in evening's events wui in.
clime tne ratue of a rare and va valuable
luable valuable Siamese kiuea, and a lr lr-veirama
veirama lr-veirama in wnicn ueoutantes of
fanama and tne Canal one wui
represent: tne various Air Lines
ami mvei Agencies on uie isin isin-raus,
raus, isin-raus, in original anu beauwul costumes;-
The lariios are the Misses,
Alice mcuire,iHaiiia sauaruiu,
leivita yui;.ni,. xouy iviuses, sau sau-ora
ora sau-ora Moti,,.jjonjies liiiceiio, ita-
oxa tiieta'. Vheia' iloyu, ttoseiene
briceno, war.eiu uruiae, biaaisui
Sirunz. : faou Aloscau. r airida
naiuv Lizzie' Suazo, na uaquei
cnams, jnanua vmi, aaanueaia
Moses, uoiores. &osp, m a r y
auaw), Mifcueuia Aruaua, aum
Ann Atcukii', u.guiia Aim., Agae
tsrui, jaai'ct.a iauiouiu, juru
ae id ispnena anu i.ukta am
Maria Jt-wna ausio,: wuu wui u.
tne aiexlcan rial uance. --
ponsorJ tor tnis auair are Per Person
son Person a mvei ttureau, aoiei e-1 fa
nama, San Bias hotei, National
rourut Lomnussioo, C h i r 1 i u 1
Land Company," trace iane, 'iex
aco, Boyu'.farotners, r manque
i ravel berlce, urannf Airways,
jaja. ArA, ranagra, nVou 'irv-i
ei service, .uuesi AU-une, r aa,
iAca. txoreso Tocumeu, LA,
Au: trance, coPa una Viejj
and aaercurio. b. A.
'mere wiU be no admission
charje 'tor nis affair.;
About Saad Shrine
Abou saad snruie Temple .'will
hold its spring eeremoiuai tnis
evening aUrun at live o'clock at
Ancon Masonic Tempie. Ait visit.
ine hnriners as weu as local mem'
oers are mvited to Join in the pro program
gram program which will include a' Dan.
quet and initiation of nineteen new:
members.V " :
The Shrine which is the fun mak
ing body of the Masonic order al also
so also has tor its serious activities one
of -the greatest philanthropies u
the United States in the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of seventeen Crippled Chil Children's
dren's Children's Hospitals tnrougnout North
America.. .. ;
The nineteen new members
joining the Shrine today jorn with
approximately : 600,000 v Shriners
throughout tne. world in the sup
port of these hospitals.
Month OrcHastra Danco
The monthly Orchestra Dance
at the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center on Sunday May 27
will be held from p.m. to 11 p.m
Music will be played by the popu popular
lar popular George Milter's Combo. A spe special
cial special feature at, the dance will be
a group of dance exhibitions by
the dance pupils of Dorese Waites,
who were recently seen in her
dance review at the Balboa The
ter. .; f 1 t
Their nrno'ram IS as follows:
limSier Lassies (aerobe tic
dance) Marie Elena Bremer,
Snaan Shea. .1 : r
Sluefoot w' Brendita Barnthouse,
Cheryl Seller, Frances Unon.
T rianpfl Kellie Raybourne
Military Tap Dickie Tagaro Tagaro-nulos:
nulos: Tagaro-nulos: Gene Freeland. M
Susan Shea, Dickie Taffe; Donnie
Xeouianies ana meir j
Marquard, John -umavaggio; 1 er er-ry
ry er-ry Bulley, Robert Burgener; Ka
'by Hague. Jody Glazer; Barbara
uopainst noy jduwiu. -Booeie
Beat Marie Ocero,
Lyn Raymond Doris Stringer, Gm'.LOVE OR PERISH Sm'Uey
ly Perra, Marcia Musser, Janeti
Admission for the young ladies
: .by invitation only.
M invitation is extended to mil-
itary personnel and their wives to
attend. i , s
Sponsors tor the dance are .Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph De Lima, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Sasso of Panama City,
R. P.; Dr. and Mrs. Gene Cohen
of Balboa, C. Z., and Capt. and
Mrs. Sam weinsneiDaum oi fort
Clayton, C. Z.
ttk Mtict fot tec'.utloa 4a thli
column thould wluniUKt la tjroc tjroc-wdtlca
wdtlca tjroc-wdtlca farm and nailed to aaa (
Iba tax wimean Ihlad dally hi "Ba.
clal OUwnwk, ar delimtd :
h, kaaa a Iha alfka. Naiicat af
eetinfi aaaal aa accald kj Wa i
r.The Isthmian Aquamen will hold,
a meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Monday
at the Balboa Yacht Club and ail
those Interested are invited. The
meeting will be presided over by
v res. wuuam Taylor. The mam
item ot business wiU.be a lavt experience with a crude torn "flMwfZXi to fc-r J18 iVnK' .l t v
minute line-up on the spear-fish- unified command, f :.? 1 .hous ".ffl- ffljn5 wSt; A ufor t.heJmn o1 hU5' he
ing trip planned for May 29 to v V' : has to fit m as best. he can
June 3 inclusive to .the San Bias1 Union river boats pW- Tr .r uVtc 'conVb her liHir l Such huts may ,ke om om-Islands
Islands om-Islands 'For those nf.vmi .kiW- in tha Donaldson d It. Tr:'m.f "pJ.!c?-m." uLu an proud. They may be a flatter-
t so, just turn in jour ordm,jienry campaign, captured
sure the lucky ones wiU bring 'phis without benefit of army t ran
1 whatever size or sgecies of J the Vicksburg batteries and; aub-
vou desire. V a Hued New Orleans. .;.- .-.'.'
fish you desire.
Rainbow Installation f ? i i 4
Rainbow Installation of Pedn
Miguel No. 3 will take place 0 1
May us at 7 p.m. at the Ancoa
incoming woruiy AUVuor wui
be Gayle Hasmann, and outgoin 5
tar i.1 A J; l rti 1
iy onny auvisot wuj oe ana ran
Hammond.--'5;;"1 it '10'- 'W- '';
Curondu Women's Club -,i ."
The next meeting of the Cucun-
du women's Club' will be tha reg-
ular monthly business meeting o n
wednesday, June 6, at s a.m. at
the Curundu Community Building
Gen. Gaerge W. tOwthals i
No. 3S3S . "'. ..
The next regular meeting s of the
r.-n r.o. w r.nothic pnat tin
3835 Veterans of Foreign Wars otichief persecutor of toe Christians?
the U.S wiU be held oil Monday And was he a half-mad ruler and
at 7:30 p.m. at the Post Home ti murder: Frantero says not so. He
Cocoli. AU members are requested sees Nero as a shrewd sometimes
Maumblow Post To Hold Meeting
. t it ar..ul..
onai rosi io. xia win noia uieir
regular business meeting Monday
at 7:30 p.m; at the Vt'W Post in
Margarita. Dommander G. Bon Bon-zoumet
zoumet Bon-zoumet wishes all Post members
to attend as. there will be an im important
portant important discussion on ways and
means of the Post obtaining their
own Post Home. Commander G.
Bonzoumet also states that the
Post plans for participation in
Memorial Day exercises will be
given at this regular business
meeting. , '
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IMPERIAL' WOMAN Pearl S
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TEN NORTH FREDERICK -!
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AUNTIE MAME-Patrick- Dennis
LUCY CROWN Irwin Shaw
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MURPHY Morey Berstein
a NIGHT TO REMEMBER
GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne
PROFILES IN COURAGE John
THE SCROLLS FROM9 THE
DEAD SEA Edmund Wilson'
HOW TO LIVE 365 DAYS A'portant contributions m a a e oy
YEAR John A. Schindler
Is it a coincidence that Theo
Fleischman's satirical n o v 1 1 1
double EXPOSURE (.Van (.Vanguard),
guard), (.Vanguard), should come along now
when, .interest' in th- Bridey
Murphy case is at is peak? The
"isrtdey" here, r lorentin Fasa-
vant, leads a humdrum life as a
clerk in a Pans ministry. During i
a midday stroll he sees a painting;
in the window of an antique shop.'jow serving with the U.S. armed L
Through this painting, a portrait! forces. It is not believed that his
of an imperious gentleman done
in 1807, Florentia acquires new
identity.- j ,,. ... ( ;
The Baron Tafllardwas""as dar
ing and colorful as Fkventin Js
ieanui ana arao. ine compuca-
tions mat ansa when the frail
clerk acquires the soul of a
Napoleonic cavalry officer are the
concern of Jleischman s story.
Historians are amazed at Flor
entine detailed knowledge of the
burning of Moscow. His eo-worsen
worry over his erratic, and
sometimes violent, behavior. But
the person most concerned with
the' sudden change is tho clerk's
overbearing wife. Uubanie. Flor-
cntin. she is sure, is becommg
Insane. And far worse, he refused
10 oe ouuiea. 4
This hove! Is reminiscent of
Thurber's THE SECRET LIFE
OF .WALTERjMITTY. but" here
the hero does more than day daydream.
dream. daydream. His identif action, with the
nobleman is complete. Fortified
with the courage of Baron Tail Tail-lard,
lard, Tail-lard, Florentin throws -off the
chains of aa oppressive existence.
Fleischmanv (s a Napoleonic
scholar.- His- flashbacks to the
troubled early 1800's are particu particularly
larly particularly vivid. Translated from the
French by Elisabeth Abbott. .
V One of the chief factors-In the
collapse of the Confederacy was
the speed and dispatch with which
Union gunboats and armies cut
the Mississippi line and split the
rebelling states long before Sher Sherman
man Sherman marched to the sea.
.Fletcher Pratt, well known nlv
toriao' whose ORDEAL BY FIRE
is considered by many to be the
best single volume on the Civil
War, has written the story of the
river gunboats which played so
big a part in the river operations.
His book is caUed CIVIL WAR ON
WESTERN WATERS Holt). 1 r
Pratt goes Into a great deal of
detail about the uneainLV and 01-
ten converted war ships which
plied the western-rivers, .inking:
Confederate ships and co-operating
with Grant's armies m what
amounted to the country's first
amphibious wrrfare, and its nrst
, The South was, not asleep in
river warfare but never succeeded
unuuiuiuus wrimm.awivi am .wm
warfare but never succoeaeullem or perm.nent 0e, IUch as
inning a ma)or .We,due, p.rtially hand or a stiff
!y to its lack of ability. ineclL one can best meet it by
largely 10 ns iaca w auiiy "jneck,
manutaexure armor anu
ana, nc auocutc i,ruj.
History has dealt unjustly with
Nero, according to I new biogra biogra-nhv
nhv biogra-nhv nf the last of the Caesars.
Carlo Maria Franzero, an Italian
journalist who has adoptea JEJig-
land as his country, has 'econ-
structea ine snon
eventful life of Nero in THE LIFE
And ? TIMES OF' NERO (Philo
sophical Library). Did Nerd order
the fire that destroyed a large,
nart nf Ttnrn- and then blame it
Inn the Christians? Was' Nero the
hriiiiant riirtator. no cruelcr than
others of his time. Above all, Nero
accurately gauged the temper-of
hi anhteeta. keot them enter
tained ; and continually enhanced
his own popularity. .ven ma ins ins-ing
ing ins-ing and acting, mediocre though
they were and supported by elac elac-ques,
ques, elac-ques, delighted the Bom an rabble.
Franrero's Nero is believable,
and the setting is one of the most
colorful in history anciem nome
. th. naV nf its nrestige. with
its polyglot population and love of
pageantry. e,,,;: ... . -. ,.
At Paraiso :
'i,,,....:.rn ..n,tn. ;n f
held m Mr I Vt Paraiso iv fijbsttr ventilaUon i, Beeded m ma-
Army MoUiers and uie raraiso
Mutual' Aid societies at the site
nf tha town's memorial nlaaue.
The service, to whkh the pub
lie is invited, will begin at 1 p.m
To Hold Meeting
n Rochester, NY
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UP) -!
The 26th annual meeting of tha
Biological Photographers Associa Association,
tion, Association, Inc., wiU be held here Aug.
27-31, marking the first five-day.
meeting in the group's history.
The association is a 1 national
organization of scientific photog
raphers concerned witn tne teen teen-niques
niques teen-niques and applications of photog
raphy in medicine, zoology,
botany ana other related fields
This year it is celebrsting a quar quarter
ter quarter century of professional service.
A nart of the meeting will be an
ezhibh of books written or ttlustrat ttlustrat-ed
ed ttlustrat-ed by BPA members. The exhibit
wiU serve to emphssize the inH
'members to scienuuc uceraiure.
Funeral services will be held for
the late Angus Franquharson, a
former Dredeina Division stora-
keeper, at the Virgin del Carmen
Church in Juan Diaz tomorrow af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 4 p.m.
Burial' of the 63-year-old Jamal-
can wui loiiow m tne Juan uiu
Cemetery ; ? -t
Mr. rarqunarson is survived by
his wife, Edna, and a son,.oy,
son will be here for the funeral be
cause of difficulties in locaing him
Mr. Farquharson lied Thursday
morning in Santo Tomas after suf suffering''
fering'' suffering'' from high blood pressure
for some time. - j V
L2 Special Services
Sel For Tomorrow
Two special services are ached
uled atSt. Peter's Church in La
Boca tomorrow. ; j
. Starting 10:80 a.m., there win be
a1" choral Communion in observ.
ance of the feast of the Most Ho Holy
ly Holy Trinity. For this celebration, a
change in communion setting will
be featured by the choir.
Evensong at T:S0 will take form
of an anniversary service for St
Peter's Mutual Benefit Society,
which has completed 28 years of
existence. The society functions
as an independent ausiliary of the
' The Rev. John Spear, priest In
charge of the parish and honora honorary
ry honorary chaplain of the society, will be
officiant and preacher j of both of
these services.' i
.. Matins at I a.m. by one of lay
readers will begin the day's wor worship,
ship, worship, followed by church school
"1 BY A!,.CI: HART
. ; JiEA Beauty Editor
-Frequently the not-too senoi
disabii.ties of the middle years
can teem much more annoy ng
when they intei-ftre with tne way
one loots eseh Ou
Aa example 1 sat the very-fanifliar! bedroom ought to look like, not an
aches and pains a woman gets mexpressi0n 0 the daughter's tastes
d at "Perm,r,cSt, mind whether he can display his
wjtlr her hair obviously uncomb- treasures and store all of his keep keep-ed
ed keep-ed aince 1 the night before.She ex- 'kM tn.t come under the adult
v kjnd development brinii
Wi knowledge, a pain tha
ri- u i
one would just as soon keep pri private.
vate. private. ; ..
When one has this kind of prob-
,!makinB easy swaps
Th niwileit taskcomhins the
hair, a home permanent, a sham?
poo or a skirt fitting can be
done with assistance, id return for
a task the neighbor has difficulty
doing. ; -1 y-'T.-'i
To make sure the swap is truly
even and the friend isn't helping
out iust to be charitable, try to
pick an employed wife or mother.
She has difficulty -with many
tasks that an ambulatory woman
can do marketing, package re-
One hears of unusual exchanges
made by women with real imagi
nation. One woman reaas 10 a nea
ridden friend in return for the
manicure she can't do. Another
baby-sits in the evenings in return
lor a toucn-up joo on ner nair.
Bureau Of Mines
On Safety Lags
WASHINGTON, May 2C (UP)-
The Bureau of Mines warned coal
mine operators yesterday to ex expect
pect expect major disasters unless they
ciamp oown on saieiy ywiauons.
It said there have been 20 igni ignitions
tions ignitions of explosive gas in the na nation's
tion's nation's mines in recent months and
that "anv imition of fas in a coal
mine might trigger -a major disas
ter. .:?.'""' -'. v
James Westfield. assistant dl
actor lor health and safety, said
ny iuui y
electrical equipment should- be
Records show that gas ignitions
have been the principal cause of
coal mine explosions ana nres,
Reported In Kabul
By Afghan Govt.
KABUL, Afghanistan. May 26
(UP) Delayed The government;
yesterday charged that Pakistan!
troops attacked a border outpost
last Sunday and killed at least sev seven
en seven persons.
Officials said is persona were
wounded in the clash, latest in a!
series of border incidents be between
tween between the two Asian nations..
They said Pakistani forces also
attacked border settlements oa A-
pril 30 and May 5.
The Great WaU of China is'
thoueht bv astronomers to be the!
only work of man that would beij
VUUU1C tu iaUV fiumeus cjv viu
moon; The structure is 2,000 miles
i When you are having lunch
In a restaurant as another's
guest don't feel free to ask lor
substitutions on- the menu or
give directions to the waiter a-
bout how -you want this and
want that . -. ?
Tell your host or hostess what
year want and then take what
yen get. And eat ft as thongh
yea enjoyed it whether it is
eooked just accordant to yoar
taste or not. .5r- .,,
THINK OF ENTIRE FAMILY
WHIN DECORATING A HOMI
' Sue has just furnished a new
house and it is as pretty a picture
oi a home as you il ever see in a
decorating journal. ;
Sue's friends are asking each
other, v 'Have you seen Sue's
house? It's lovely and it is exactly
uxe bue." w..; .'.-
. What's wrona with this nicture?
, Well,: it so happens that' Sue
isn't a career woman, living; alone
with only nerseil lo please.
, Sue has a husband and two
children. But look from one end of
the house to the other and you'll
find no traces of- their interests,
their personalities or their tastes.
'From (front door to back,
upstairs and down, it is definitely
Sue'a house. And that is bow all
of their friends unconsciously re refer
fer refer tO uV'yi:?V :f v '?-
iln her zeal to have 'a home that
is perfect for entertaining, in her
desire to have a home that, will
impress her friends, oa her nar narrow
row narrow view that a home should ex.
press HER personality and pref preference,
erence, preference, ? many a wife like Sue
makes a home that the rest of
the family must fit itself into as
best it cn. -A
daughter's bedroom turns Into
what the mother thinks, a girl's
A son's room must look like s
nlifiirA Af- m Knv'a mam '' Ka,
ing background for her. They may
uiijci wuiucu wuu aim
But are they homes?
TOP OFF IEEP DINNER WITH
f RESH DATE ICEBOX COOKIES
NA Food and Markets Editor
. Beef heads the national list of
plentiful foods for May. Heavy
supplies of top-graae oeet are ar arriving
riving arriving steadily in your markets.
To save money and enjoy fine
meals, use it frequently in your
family mends during this abun abundant
dant abundant season.
The featured item this month is
heef. Other nlentifuls' are: pork,
broilers and fryers, milk snd other
dairy products, lard, peanut cut cutter,
ter, cutter, onions, rice, grapefruit,
canned and frozen cherries, dates.
The fresh dates from Coachella
Valley in California on that list
suggest date cookies ana muains
and date bread.
' Date Icebox Cookies
-Two cups shortening (1 pound),
ltt cups white sugar,- ltt- cups
brown sugar, S eggs (well beaten),
1 cun choooed walnut meats, 2
cups California chopped dates, 6
cups flour, 1 teaspoon soda, 2 ta tablespoons
blespoons tablespoons cinnamon. 1;
MeU shortening and mix with
sugar and beaten egg. Sift togeth together
er together dry ingredients and add. to
shortening mixture along with
chopped dates. Mix well. Pack in
atrina wraooed in wax paper and
let remain in icebox at least 12
hours before cutting ana ssxmg.
Bake in 400 degrees F. even for 7
U140 minutes. ;-,.Jcii.
SUN and SURF
.....! -nu---;- ;
'".y t- -' 1 -,,'-
- BY ALICIA HART
- NEA Beataty Editor
The phrase "Castile soap" has
come to mean virtually nothing.
This is the conclusion-of the-' A A-merican
merican A-merican Medical Association as
reported in 'Today's Health.
jni matter is or interest to
women rho have sensitive skins
and pay up to 35 tents a bar for
the soap with this label, since
they leel it is milder.
Castile soap once meant soao
made with all-olive oil. But since
no definite standards were'' ever!
established for what constituted!
"Castile-soap,!' it can mean soap
with all olive oil. some olive oil
or no olive od at all. It is the
caprice of the manufacturer. ;
The evidence of this it that rt s
'Possible ts buy this kind of soap
tor as little as 3.3 ents a bar ori
for as much as 35 cents. True, the
more xnensi-e brards are hard
er-milled -and last longer, but tlie
content ot alive oil also affects!
the pnce sjics the cheap lireuds
Although nuts of the buckeye
Ohio's State tree contain poi
sonous toxics, Indians learned to
make them edible by repeated
J NEW WAY TO i
j WASH FACE j
; lirtprovae kln Amaalngly' j
I lather Uoa a full minuta twite I
I daily with Cuticura Soap. Ap-. I
i ; plyCuUcuraOintjaeatnittly.
I 6a blackhaads. axtarnally
! -r. cauaad nimolaa claar 1
Pl aicitia new Wt Wt-II
II Wt-II 1 MsiappaumTdaya!
I I Buy today.' ::
I N- 1 CUTICURA
j- Through this medium the stockholders 0
FIBRAS, S. A. OF PANAMA
are summoned to attend an EXTRAORDINARY
meeting May 30, 19S6 at 3 p.m. at the offices of
the company situated on Arturo Delvalle Street
(Entrance Drive-ln). ;
, AGENDA :
.i 1 ) Report on activities of ,he Company ;
2) Increase of directors -'y.
,3) What the stockholders wish to' propose
(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.)
George also plays the piano
I0.p.nu h i aan. Sun..,Tues., Wed, Thurs.,
THE SAVINGS BANK i
Institution Guaranteed by the Stale
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
v, VVe make loans with guarantees on first .morthjes r;
, or othsr securrtiss.. :. j y
25c 50 c -$1.CD and $5.03 j
deposits are accepted thru q period
; ; v; of 48 weeks. .'.,.;.;;;:';:'.:;' '".
individual safety deposit boxes, for; jewelry, and
- documents, in 4 different sizes
OFFICE IN PANAMA
lei Central Ave. St
corner of "I" Street ;
. 0. A. De ROUX,
. Manager "' snb-nunsref
From 1:01 ajn. to 12:3t ;m.' '
- 1 SATURDAYS: from 1:00 a.m. to It :M p.m.,
make no mention whatsoever of ft
live oil content. .
Soaps for babies are generj'!j
labeled Castile. They are' verj
hard cakes and last well.. Mo ;)
recognized brands contain come a
live ail,; and are so labeled.
i .. . ;
But if women seek mild soapj
for themselves, careful shoppini
and trial of unperfumed or hypa
allerjetiic soaps vr detergent b.ift
may give better beauty value toi
the liicney- than Casi'le soap of u?
known olive oil conient.
in new and attractive ;
For ta7le v"
of the famous name
In .many colors to.
34-20 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Tel. 3-S281 k
Opining this weekc :J
uiano bass and drum .5
to entertain the late crowd 1
every Friday and Saturday
midntte to 4:30 a.m. ... ,;
Front St. at corner
of 1th St. '
5 k ...k
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
. SATXSDAY, MArJI, i;3l
: V : ; YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT H' DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, ; PANAMA
t, LIBRER1A PRECIADO I LOURDES PHARMACY. LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE' : :. FARMACIA EL. BATURRO
il BIINBIUiU tiereetXe.U UlUCinmiilU Ave, Uveal No. 4 k J. Fee. am h ta At sta. 41 '.'; , taMUimtlM BIINDIUJI
' mn Ajtnciu Internal. de Publicacionea FARMACIA J.OMBARDO ; FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS FOTO DOMY .'' -FARMACIA "AS" mr.,
" HiUtejrta, f: Re. m ptn i.;-;'.'4- mi taM Aw : Jesse Aiiiiw iw eed hyy v-- r;,:-Tto.-tw m :;....:-. -'.::".".;'
'VVwn.inV ' CASA ZALDO ,l MORRISON FARMACIA LUX ' FARMACIA VAN-DER-DUS"; i S;NOVEDADES ATHIS 12 70ItDS'
W "UIU'J., Central Ave. U ene! JiAntlK ..'J. M4 Central Avenue -. -1 ir ; .iV :'-;. a gtreotlfe. -s- .:.v: ;;s:7. "V-Va EipU. A'4 V''
CANAL tONB roLitxnoc
DR. fc t fAIMCA. DJJ. ;
DR. i'AVILA JR, M.D. 5
Ureal (4tk at July) Ave., Ho. "!
I XVI. O-IMS
, JIM RIDGE
' Pnene Inanu 8-8551
TRANSPORTtS BAXTIR. S.
Packets Ship Mjw
ttow 2-2451 -2562
Learn Riding a
PANAMA RIDING KH0OL
lllSM. 'bone '-027'
r tv appointment,
"W ship Tnf rfure"
m M U.f t MulUMS
Swedish Mostase f"?
, lor tuBtX
m nnrcncnil' Mir.inNit
TAKE A STEP TOWARD
YMCA BEAUTY SALON
VELMA DARNELL, Mgr.
U. S. Personnel only
; Jt-3677 Balbo
I. THI RIGHT MAN
5 OLYMPIA, Wash. (UP) The
Kate auditor has an exanjwer by
the name of Sherlock. Holmes.
All guaranteed in new condU
tlon, aircraft 12 volt radios.
One-Sunalre, Crystal control control-ed;
ed; control-ed; five-channel' transceiver
with electric reel; one-LTR-6A
Lear It Channel VHP
transc elver with low f re re-quency
quency re-quency and standard broad broad-east
east broad-east receivers; one-Lear IS
channel CHF transmitter.
Phone Panama, 84712
Av. Eloy AHaro 15-159
' TeA 2-0610
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
J 'Ooatatlaoa If
? AXIAt, afAT08St Assoavna
. Wit All
Abattoir Kadonal U M
Saneo rtdudaito 411
Cemanto Panami ....... 71 TSSt
arvccerla Macional .... 82
phlrlcana da tecbo 11
- tpoea Cola.
I Prat, with Com. 13
DattUadora Nadonal v l4
; Prat, with Com. ..... 10.41
fininua. S. A.
-r Prat with Com. .... ''' 12 '
Puoraa f tua-Pnf. ... 4711
rnaraa y Lua Cam. ... SO
Hetalae btcramericaaoa. 414
Ganaral do Sefnroa .... an
Panamafle da Acattas ... . H
pinimofla da florae ... M
Panamarla da Seguroa 2S IT
Panamrfla de Tabaeo .. M 11 Mi
aitre BeQavbta ...... TSO
Tutro Central .... tC
i fii V CH0,CE
J fAjj LOTS for
FOR SALE.- Livif rm tat,
$15.00. diniiif m Mt, $10.00,
chiHMMf, $20.00, Mr crifc,
$15.00. hy't bycKi $15.00.
hcellwrt nadiliaa CtUm 1 1 00,
mm 02 1 1th St. art Sta.
FOR SALE: Fiva aiaca liviafl
raaia tat cuttMi built, $200.00.
FOR SALE r II ca. ft. ralrf.
1 aaratar 60-cycla Cralay Sktl-
vaor in eicellant caaditian, ''
$125.00. Kaamore M raaga, 4
bamait avaa, breilar and ataraf
apace, far pa". anly
4 mantha. Miwt tall fwmadiata fwmadiata-ly.
ly. fwmadiata-ly. $90.00.
FOR SALE: (O-aychy "K "K-'
' "K-' auri" aatamaHc wathar vtudi
aavar, 1 yaar M, aicallant coa-
ditiea, $275.00. Makaetny i"
inf teaaa tat CMibtiiif aF table
and til chairs, China clatet, bur
far, $125.00. Double bad, "Hal "Hal-lyweod"
lyweod" "Hal-lyweod" tryla wBaautyrest nuS
treu, $50.00. Chart af draw
era, $12.00. Draatar with atool,
$7.00. Twin badt wbax springs
and Mattrasaes, $35.00 each,
Thrae-tiarad tide table, $2.00.
Open mahogany cabtntts, $6.00
. each. 1 small dretsar, $3.00. 2
: atandinf lamps, $8.00 and
$4.00. 2 caffaat ,ablas, $2.00
aath. Girl's 26" English bicycle,
$30.00. Call 13-5214 (in Canal
Zene), PAD-5214 (From Pin-
FO RSALE: 9 cu. ft. all porce porcelain
lain porcelain purrit top Ganaral Electric
Safrigarator, $75.00. House
166-1. Phone 6-276.
FOR SALE:' Alexander Smith
rug (9x12), Easy chair, bookcase,
rink tkatas (6) wicker chairs
and table, 3-6 ft. shades, child's
piano and atool, Chinese table,'
chrome sat. 1544-B Mango St.,
Balboa.' '.- ; ';
FOR SALE: Philco refrigerator
25 eyelet, excellent conditions, (
'cheap. 12 St. Rio Abijo, House
40, room No. 3.
FOR SALE. 5-piaca Bamboo liv living
ing living room tat, $75.00. 9 ft.
Norge rafrigaratar, ,; Ex condi-'
tion. $85.00. 3-piaca Veneer
bedroom tat, 2 mattresses, $75.-25-60
cy. Silvartena radio radio-phono,
phono, radio-phono, with stand, $55.00. 6
door mahegany desk, matching
sait. $20.00. Telephene Navy
FOR SALE: Sit child sixe play
furniture, $10.00. Phone Balboa
BALLROOM DANCING CLASSES
New $ week course, including
waits, foxtrot, jltttrburg,.,,and
Latin American dances begins
toon. Register at Balboa YMCA
Thursday May 31, 1 to 10 p.m.
Classes conducted by Patricia
Raymer Phone 25-3700 even even-ngs.
ngs. even-ngs. FOR-SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 32 foot motor
launch with sail. Gray Marine
motor with complete sat of tails.
Excellent condition. For, infor information
mation information call 82-3270 after 4:00
FOR SALE-14 plywood deck deck-ed
ed deck-ed boat, tkin diving equipment,
rods and rails, sanitary refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator 25-cycla, $20.00. Gamkoa
But Cannot Can
NEW YOR1T nn a,.:
i v i niuci v
cat nuge can-making industry
iumiuik qui cans at ine rate of
1,220 a second and that's count-
1M all the second in a v-sr ..t
just those in the working hours
That's the fienre nrnvU V4,
the American Can Company based
on -last year's industry-wide pro production
duction production of 38.5 billion cant Th
1955 can output was more than
aouDie production is years ago.
. for pictures,
16-26 Central Ave.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Deluxe 4 -door sedan,- 4 e w
tires, vary goad condition. Priced
for cjokk tile. Call 3-1537 Mar-
- garrta. ....
FOR SALE1949 Stodebakar.1
Good condition. Radio. $400.00. ;"
Dr. Lang (Balboa 6367 after
FOR SALE.- Must till before 9
June, will aacrifice, 1950 Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker Commander, 4-door sedan,-:
excellent mater, tires, paint, ra-
dio, and ndarcoat jab. A bar-
gain that can't be equaled. Caa
be financed. Call (5-3225.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Hardtop. 10,600 miles, excellent
condition, power brakes, WSW,
U..L.. U-L.l- J
kui injnn, in. AlDrooK
' 6295. f rx : f
FOR SALE. 1950 Stodabaker
Champion, 2-door, $350.00.
FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobila.
, Radio, hydramatic, good condi condition,
tion, condition, $295.00, Phone Balboa
1209. 04IS Vanado St.. Ancon.
FOR SALE.- 54 Ford V-8 For-:
. dor Mainliner, vary clean, lorn
mileage. Balboa 2-3638.
FOR SALE: Hare it a car just
bout like Henry of last week.
1947 Deluxe Ford Club Coupe,
very good radio, teat covert,
tins, paint, braket, muffler and
battery.; Naw clutch, shock and
stabiliser links, tie rod ends,
points, condenser, and plugs. Ex-"
cedent condition. Phone Stuart
6-196. house or 6-370 fob.
House 169-B, Gamboa, Price
FOR SALE-I95I Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Deluxe Sedan, naw paint,
plastic teat coven, P.G. $725.-
Swoo y Hunnicut, Colon, i
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
Conv. Dyn radio, leather trim,
V-t. Thit car it in perfect con- i
'dition. $1500.00. Smoot y Hun Hunnicut
nicut Hunnicut S.. A., Colon.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick 4-door
.Super Sedan Dyn. plastic Mat ce
; ert, vary good tirat", runs good.
A real bargain for only $375.00.
Will finance, Smoot y Hunnkutt,
:F0R SALEI94S Buick Super
2-door, good tires, good paint.
A bargain for $250.00. Smoot
V Hunnicutt, Colon.
FOR SALE-1956 Studebakar
Sky Hawk, AT. WSW, radio.
Phone Balboa 1716.
FOR SALE: 1952, 4-door Se Sedan
dan Sedan Chevrolet, newly painted,
price $700.00, house 124-A
Gatun. Phone 5-169.
f J V
A Superior Service Award was presented thla week to 'Wil 'William
liam 'William Q. Mummaw (center), lead foreman in. the Maintenance
Division, by. acting- governor H. W. Schull, Jr, at the Governor's
unice at Balboa Heights. At
Engineering and; Construction
Mummaw was awarded the Superior Serviee Award for his
contribution to the success of the preventive maintenance teams
in his division, a unit, oi the
The award to Mummaw was one of the first made under
me recently expanded incentive Awards program. He was In
the States when the awards were made to six other Canal em employes
ployes employes who received the same citations.
' BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX-
" BUILD, YOUR owe garden will
and small buildings with M0R-;
TARLESS interlocking concrete
blocks. No mortar er skilled
labor required. Now available
in permanent pastel colors. Tel..
34022. ;:-v-..,, -';..'...
: Hints to Husbands! Diplomatic-:
'ally suggest that her hair, skin :
i and naila could stand a spot of
grooming. Haxel e Ann, expe experienced
rienced experienced Stateside licensed oper oper-.
. oper-. atort. Genell't Cocoli Clubhouse
Beauty Shop. Open Monday thra.'
Saturday., Navy 3812.
FOR SALE. MAN1FAGA S. Ay
offers for tale to the highest bid-
dar, all the buildings and build-
ing materials located in Juan
Franco race track, known at Hi- -podromo
Nacional. The speci speci-'
' speci-' fications for the bid May be ob- u
; tainad, free of charge, after Miy
. 22nd at the Pan America Life
: Insurance Co. is Central Ave. i
-No. 31. 'Vvi-rv:
FOR SALEB0LEX H-8 Da Da-luxe
luxe Da-luxe camera with Ottameter
viewfinder, turret handle, '. eye
level "focus, and sure-fire grip.
Normal lent Switar )2.5 mm
of fl.5. Wide angle Switar
5.5mm of fl.S. Telephoto Zun Zun-aw
aw Zun-aw 38mm effl.1, Ststet price
over $675.00. Will sacrifice.
Also Mansfield Editor and Key Keystone
stone Keystone Projector. Take all. Phone Phone-Balboa
Balboa Phone-Balboa 3069.
FOR. SALE.- 21" RCA televi television.
sion. television. Below cost. Phone Curundu
4183. - -v.-
FOR SALE Male Cocker Spa Spa-.
. Spa-. niil pups; ragittration entitled.
Tel. 3-1801 from 4-6 p.m.,
FOR SALE: Piano Cabinet
'Grand, Stone Norge, good con condition,
dition, condition, bargain price. Phone
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Cocker
Spinielt, 12 weeks, $50.00 each
only to reliable ewnen free pedl
gree AKC Registered. 634S Lea
. Riot. Phone Bilbos 1717.
WANTED: Maid with expe experience.
rience. experience. Tel. 3-3254.
HELP i, WANTED: A reliable
hardworking elderly couple from
British or French possessions to
, take care of Chalet and girder..
, Living quarters, no meals. Wish Wishing
ing Wishing and eventual cooking whan
owner is in town. References re
quired. Write to Apartado 540,
the right Is Col. Hugh M. Arnold,
Directory 5. ; s , f, i yi
Engineering and Construction
ATTENTION 6. LI Jwat built
tedtrti fumitkad aportmantt, 1,
X badreemi, bet, cold watea.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Nicely famished.
Modem apartment 1 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living room, dining room,.,
kitchen. For 3 Mentha, June 1st
to August list. Phone Pananva
fOk RENT Furnished er en en-furnished
furnished en-furnished spartwent: 2 bed-1
i rooms, 2 bathrooms, etc., is)
! Bella Vista. Phone 3-6097. 2-
'2504.' .v. ;v:'v
FOR RENTr-Apertment 2 bed bed-'
' bed-' rooms, dining room, sitting roam,
maid's room with bath, large
, kitchen, large bath roam, bet wa wa-'
' wa-' tor, apartment all screened, 25 :
-qtere Meters intide apartment
for laundry, drying and ironing,
' large closets, garage. Henta No.
5, Eutabie K Marales Ave. in
El Canareio, corner house. Phone
fi Panama 3-0579 -
FOR RENTr Apartment unlur unlur-;
; unlur-; nished, 2 bedrooms, maid's
room, 3 V baths, sitting-dininf
room'i, porch, garage, $110.00.,
in. exclusive 'El Cangrijo" en G
St. No. 2, building "Caracas".
See De Castre. Avenue "I" No.
9-42, phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment.
partment. a-partment. 2 bedrooms, mart's
room, 2 baths, sfttibg-dining
rooms, porch, garage, -J 1 00.00,
in Bella Vista, N Oberrie St.
No. 23, building Ana'yami. See
De Cattro, Avenue "B" No. 9 9-42,
42, 9-42, phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Apartment, hot
water.' "D" St., Rotita Building.
Inquire at apartment No. 3.
FOR RENT Bast located, one one-room
room one-room furnished apartment. Claaa
and comfortable. 43rd St. No.
.I3.''.v,-:.-,,:.,,- i-j;r .;'
FOR RENTiModern furnished
1 bedroom apartment in Bella
Vista. Phane Curundu 51 H.
FOR RENT: Nicely fumishad
-. apartment, ; including refrigera-.
' tor, porch,1 parlor-diningreem, ;-,
" bedroom, kitchen. All screened.
' Good surroundings, $60.00. Ap-
ply 112 Via Belitario Poms near
" Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENTt Furnished spart spart-'
' spart-' ment far two months. Two bid bid-rooms,
rooms, bid-rooms, utilities included.' Apply
No. 34, 44th Street, Apt. 1.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. Al Al-,
, Al-, hambra Apartments 10th. Street
No. 8061, Phono 1686. Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart &
ment, $60.00. Via Perm, Tel.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom a-
partment. Bast location, large
balcony. 47th $t. Bella Vista.
Call 3-0934. v
FOR RENT-Atttactive; very
modem one bedroom apartment,
hot water, just half block off'
t Via Esparia near El Panama Ho-,'
tel. Call 3-342 L V
FOR RENT. 2 bedroom apart-
Ment, living loom, dining room,
kitchen. 13th St. San Francisco,
Via Porras. Phone 3-2457.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished one bedroom modem
apartment. Garage. 168 Via Be Belitario
litario Belitario Porrat. t-
FOR RENT: Modern twa bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment in Bella Vista,
51st. St. No. 42. Call Zubieta.
FOR RENTt Unfurnished a a-.
. a-. partment, private entrance, love love-'
' love-' fy residential taction. '"- Large ;
' living-room, dining room, two
.bedrooms, two baths. Maid's ;
. qutrtars. Locked garage, CaR
f Panama 3-0873 between 12-2.
FO RENT: Modem apartment
at El Cangrtia,'2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, dining-living room,
. maid't room with bath, 'garage
' and hot water, screened. Phone
business hours 2-0321,. after
' butinet hours 2-3525.
FOR RENTFimiithed spart spart-,
, spart-, ment, $65.00 and $55.00. Mili Military
tary Military (tnspoctod. Via Parrot 99.
t FOR RENTt Famished one bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment, 3-6 montht be be-ginninej
ginninej be-ginninej June 16-Jury 'lit. TeL
F0R RENTt 2 bedrooms : -partment
' unfurnished, living living-,
, living-, dining room, kitchen, cemforta-'
: ble. San Francisco., 1464 Balboa.
FOR RENT: Famished one
' bedroom apartment, garage,'
acreened. Fenced yard. Call
Cooper, Gambea 6-206.
FOR RENT: Fumuhed ; ene
bedroom, living room, complete
Kitching ground floor apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Bella Vista ground fleer
private heme TeL 3-1 146.
i GOLD AND OIL
RirikivKrpA r.i;r L Att
. V vy ... .u. u.i V v u.. V 4 1
Since 1849, California's mines
have yielded more than S12.O00,-
000,000 worth, of gold. But petro-
leum has far outdistanced gold as
a source of wealth, with nearly
$9,000,000,000 realized from this re-,
,u - t
ouui to UI UIO SWUi,
FOR RENT: In new canorata
building, apace for -office, bean-'.
ty parlor, or commercial., lav en-V
. elusive. "El Cangreio", on Ar-"
gentiaa Ave, bouse "Monte-
rrey. See, Da Cattro, Avenue B,
9-42. phone 2-1616: :
FOR RENTi One or two rooms
furnished, newly painted in pri-I
vate haute en Via Espaia neat
It Panama Hotel. References re- :
quired. Call Panama 3-1566..
"Real Estate 5
FOR SALE: Beautiful lot of
Und in town El Valla, 6,889 so '..
mts. la front main street going
to Hotel Campettre. In rea An-,-ton
River. J. G. Batalla, Tel. 2-
- 1809. Price 50 Cts. sq. mt. c
AT THE FINAL R.O.T.C. review of the year, he Id at Balboa, High School this week. Cadet
Capt Michel Kahmad, received the "Best Com pany'l streamer for Co. "B" of the ;Balboa
R.O.T.C. Battalion. For the first time to the history of the, Balboa Unit,-Co, VB" won All six
Best Company awards given during the school year,, .Shown above from left -to' right are
Capt Thomas Blake,, former Assistant, PMS&T in. charge, of Balboa High School; Cadet Cap-
tain Ginger Mann, company sponsqr; Cadet Captain fiahmad and Cadet Master Sergeant
John Jenkins, guidon bearer, i -,i,J;. 'i.,-;:.. izrs-$. : '','.:' .!'
' '"" '''MMM'I'1'" - , J' - ...v
7fcsf tJ By llcparf ?r$ 1;
BOSTON (UP) Two Boston
Traveler reporters walked into the
State House archives recently and
"stole" $23,000 w o r t h of docu
ments, some of them 300 years
Reporters Henry "Bosworth .and
Jack O'Shea-'got away with the
"theft" and then reported their
"crime" to emphasize how care
less Massachusetts was 01 its
priceless documents. -;
Bosworth- and O'Shea "signed
false names to the visitors books.
They carried bogus credentials but
were never asked to snow them.
. Once inside the library, the pair
asked to see volumes with broken
bindings and loose contents. They
slipped out the documents they
waited and then returned t h e
They walked out undetected and
took 11 documents to an appraiser
who listed their value at 923,000.
Amoni the documents was & let
ter written by George Washington
and three documents aligned by
John Hancock. '. 1
Another snatched paper bore the
signature' of John Alden and was
dated May 11, lew. m vaiue was
placed at $20,000. ;
The rewirters returned the docu
ments the 'day they, confessed
Sheepskin Vdbs :
NEW YORK. CUP). w. How
mncb is a college, education worth?
Rudolf Neuburaer. president of
The Tuition Plan, says it a worth
about $100,000 more than a hich
school education; ,. about. $150,000
more than Just ; grade school
training., t :'! ,:; ..;
Neuburaer. whose -company pro
vides instalment plan financing for
education costs, said studies show
the1 average elementary school
graduate earns $116,000 in his
working life; a' high school "gradu "graduate,
ate, "graduate, $165,000; a, college graduate,
$26S,000. .. i:-,.
"These figures clearly indicate
that a college education is the best
investment parents can make for
their children," Neuburger ; con concluded.
cluded. concluded. 1 ;
Gramlick't Santa Ciart Beach :
Cettagetv Modem eonveniancaa,
snodorete ratee. Phone Gamboa
PHILLIPS Oceoeside Cettioaa,
- Santa Clam. Sea. 435, Balboa.
Pbene Ptnensa 8-1877. Crieto Crieto-bal
bal Crieto-bal 3-1673. i
. BEACHSIDE vacatian Santa Cla Cla-f
f Cla-f Shrapnel'e comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson Balboa. 1 7 72. V
r Spend your week' ends at Rio
' Mar, the best bathing beach in
rthe Republic, .with all conve-,'
niancts. Medarata prices. The
new management: is. anxious to
. serve yen. .'. v,;,
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach bouse. One mile past Ca-
sine. Balboa 1866
y LOST. Diamond uppbint gold
y earring in Ancon J St. area or
; Balboa, Theater Reward. 'Phone
WAYNESVILLE. H.C. fUPl
Industry's champ -private eye
u umyyuy uea 10 oer company s
apron strings iere. ;
' She is Ada Moore, an insoector
(for the Dayton Rubber Co.) of
newly manufactured aprons used
on cotton spinning frames.-.The
aprons are smelly circular bands
which help produce uniform' yarn.
- In almost a:glsnee: she makes
10 inspections. 1 She c h e c k s ; for
thickness, diameter, width, foreign
materials, cutslow surface spots,
irregular cord, exposed cord.
apron discoloration and identifica
tion stamp placement, ?
- Ada inspects some 12,000 aprons
in the average day at the. rate of
about one every, other second. Re Recently',
cently', Recently', co-workers thought 'they'd
stump her by placing one slightly
imperfect apron in a group of
1,000 perfect ones.: Ada spotted it
ma wins.,. . v ,
V ;? cr.d
Must have more than-:i;;years ?
experience and secretarial ability.
' Apply, personally for application.,
'.' XX Head
FOR RENT -Vacation Quartere
k June 1 5 to September I. Com ',
: pletary furnished koine,' kitchen,
dmmg and living-room, 3 bed-
, rooms ene air-conditioned, 2
baths, ', maid't quarters, lirgo
'yard, garage. Located Bella. Vn-
ta; Phone 3-6757. 1
FOR RENT Fumishad Chahtt,
2 bedrooms, living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, garage.
.Samuel Lewis St. No. 4, facing
rViskayina.. Telephone. 3-2795.
' FOR RENT-Chalet, living-din-
ing room, 3 bedrooms, .maid's
. room, garage. Via Porrat,.. 14tb
St. No. 3. Telephene 3-0068..
FOR -RENT? Chalet 2 bed-roams.-
Cilia U fie.' 27 Saa
- FranciKO. Tel. 2-1786.
-FOR RENT-Chilat twe ped ped-.
. ped-. rooms, porch, living-room, din
; ing room, maid't room, garage,'
wishing. Via ParratHind 10th St.
,. No. 17. Inquire Via Porras.
(Continued from Page 1)
1:00 p.m. Memorial service) -at
.Paraiso, VFW and Amencai
Legion participating, v .
Prayers and address by Chap
lain (Lt. Herritt W, Dayton 1 a;
Fort Kobbe. ; ,-- f
; Color guard and 15-man firini
squad, from1 USARCARIB." t
Two, buglers from 79th Arm j
.1:00' Naval vesset TJSS OWI
leaves Pier IS,' Balboa, for sel
services.'' vj. v:,s' ;,'. T
Invocation by Rabbi Nathan D
Witkin,.USO-JWB.-? ri; ,'
Prayers led by Rabbi Witkin
Chaplain. (Haj.) Bernard F. Schu
macher of the Air i orce a n
Chaplain (LL CoL) Roy A, Mordei
of Fort Amador. ". ; -. .
Gettysburg Address by Mils Ma
ry Curtis' of Balboa High School
Memorial address by LL Cmdr
Fordham B. Tabor, SC. USN..
Salue- to the dead by V.S.: Ma
rine Corps firing squad.
79th Army Band.; '
de fuerza f luz
SATURDAY, MAT 28, 195S
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Bob Mitchum, in
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The big thrill on the big screen Is his
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" In TECHNICOLOR! v
Shows! 3:9 4:15 6:35 8:55 p.m.
JARMAN LEWIS and
- -.' JEFF RICHARDS
h-i IT'S A DOG'S LIFE
, Kirk Douglas, in
INDIAN FIGHTER ;
In Cinemascope! Frank Sinatra, in
The Man with The Golden Arm
with Eleanor Parker i"
RETURN OF THE
tjr Erskint Johnson
on TV: Going crazy in
television isnt new but it's a new
way of crashing the. movies. Last
September, unknown Broadway
and TV actress Gloria McGhee
scored a home screen acting tri triumph
umph triumph in a two-part Medic show as
a mother with a psychotic compul compulsion
sion compulsion to kill, her new-born baby.
Sh Undid the rolo, m compa
ction with 30 others, because
Medic Producer. Jim Motor de decided
cided decided she had 'documentary
look." Now Gloria's making her
movie, debut with John Payne m
' This time her -acting ability, not
her documentary look: won her
the iob. althouKh there's a docu
mentarv twist to "The Boss," It
Is rumored, but denied by the
nrnHnpprs tn hp based on the ca
reer of the late Kansas City Demon
eratic boss, Tom Pendergast.
... fllnria. daughter of an X.
coneressman from "Mississippi, is
evidence that New York JV. may
be sliooina into Hollywood's old
tvne-castintf rnt. "I came to Holly.
wood," says Gloria, frankly, "be-i
cause New York TV bad. typed me
as a gun moll." v -,
NBC Is Droppmg k blockbuster
en CBS' Thil Silvers next season
with Bob flbpe- and Dinah. Shore
alternating in the Tuesday night
spot against gt. Billto. But now it
can be told that Dean Martin asd
Jerry Lewis were slated to Oppose
Silvers, too, but thorusedl ?
.... ... :rr j M
"o,-. inannyou. w uuui
tot .:.L1 II X ; ... t'.
' Liberac has switched his tune
bout hlf f(lm ftopy "Sincerely
Veurs." He's iolned Jack Benny's
"The Horn .Blows .at .Midnight:
laaoua evan ta the point of saying:
"The film didn't bring in-enough
: money to ? ..i.vcam..."s.
Let Ba.kef 'changeo-ii?;ind.
and ruled against, a .plan to -star
his eight-year-old son, .Zan, in the
"Peck a Bad Hoy teieiums.
Leonard Ross, the .'.'Big Surprise"
1100,000 winner, .was GrouchO
Marx's guest on Oct. 15, 1953 The
uis wound, up .with Groucho giv-
, VI V
House Told Americans Attended Red
Confab In Poland Last Year; 32 Said
WASHINGTON, MayW flJPP-'
A University of Minnesota, student
testified yesterday tnat 5Z Amer
icans, mostly from the NewiYorkjthem, stabbing, d r o w n i n g and
mg ; him the "Who's buried in
Grant's tomb?" question so he
could go home with $25! . Ben
Alexander sank his "Dragnet"
earnings into a.Ford dealership in
Highland Parkyf. : j
Esther Williams wa ah' hour
late for a portrait Sitting at NBC
because of traffic and running out
of gas. "Next time, .she tupped,
"I U swim it'll Jbe faster, y
Broderick Crawford will record
an RCA album, of famous speeches
m American nistory Deiween
roadblocks on "Highway Patrol.
Richard Denning, in England
for "Assignment Redhead" that's
a movie, son appeared as panel
ist on the British version of
"What's My Line?" Mr. North
missed guessing the identity of
Evelyn Ankers, his wife! f
Jack Bailey reports this conver conversation
sation conversation between two dolls in a
"Truth or Consequences" audi
' "I wonder 'what's happening to
; ...... ,-
Red SkeltonV clowning and. as
sorted vaudeville and night club
acts will be available on film soon
to .indeoendent TV stations. The
comedian's Val-Richy Co. will pro
duce and, distribute the celluloid,
with lied sayingr; "The idea is to
give small stations i a chance to
put-on their, own spectaculars for,
local sponson, ; ':
' EAR-WITNESSr Harold Lloyd,
Jr., is taking" warbling lessons, M
ntioes of a TV musical career.
Rosemarv Cloonev's on the Tetire-
ment ahelf la await fier late sum-1
nier, '.stork Visit after completing
30 musical.Plpfilms, She'll star in
13 more folio- frq big1 event
Ce-.er : writing a
TV how,lnr -viie IJ Xopino,
recently pannew 4 telefilm pr.his
own wife, Joan! Fontaine, '.His
choice for, Joan's leading man,
with her approval, was her ex4ius.
hand Brian Aherne. Brian was
willing but couldn't' work the
acting' job Into his 'schedule.
City are, attended.-the Commu-!
nist fifth world ybuthKstiafc: at
It charged that U.S. troops killed
prisoners of war by driving tanks
over them, truning vicious dogs on
Warsaw. Poland, last year
Joseph Scisclowicx, 26" V "JMin "JMin-neanoiis.
neanoiis. "JMin-neanoiis. Minn., told the House
Committee on un-American Activi
ties that the State Department re reluctantly
luctantly reluctantly gave him permission to
go to Poland for a snort urn at
attend the fesivaU
SOME PASSPORTS NOT VALID
Bu he said he understood some
of the other Americans attending
the conference did not have valid
Committee staff director Rich
ard Arens produced photostats to
show that the passports of some
of the persons attending the festi festival
val festival specifically prohibited travel
Scisclowicz told the committee
that dozens of pamphlets -were
issued at the. festival, some he
said charging germ warfare and
atrocities by American troops in
Korea, v'- ... ,. j
. PAMPHLETS CITED :
1 Arena read aloud ,. from on e
pamphlet which Scisclowicx said
he -brought back from the festival.
To Make First ?
; The, class of candidates confirm confirmed
ed confirmed on Ascension. Day will .make
their first- communion tomorrow.
the Feast of ;Holy Trinity, at the
9 service of-Holy Eucharist
at, St. I'aui s Church. ,3 ; v
liie Kui. 's ii 1. Tsui i,.,. at
so-make. lutur: monthly, corporate
communion at this service and the
Woman's Auxiliary. will present
if. t j .ini f rit : 1
weir, united, ,un. uueruiK,
- Other regular "service" will he
held during the day with Archdea-
throwing them into boiling water.
Thit pamphlet alto tiid the
Americans forced civilians 'and
prisoners to witness the execu execution
tion execution and the mutilation of the bo bodies
dies bodies of their friends.
Scisclowicx said there were
some pamphlets- like this "but I
would not say it was very typi
cal." He said to his knowledge
none of the pamphlets were distn
buted by Americans.
Another witness, Mrs. Mary
Russak of New York, chairman of
New York Peace Committee, was
said to be one of the leaders of
the American delegation at the
Communist Asiatic Pacific
"peace" conference x at Peiping,
China, in 1952.
She declined to discuss the con conference,
ference, conference, invoking her privilege un under
der under the First Amendment of free freedom
dom freedom of speech and the Fifth A A-mendment
mendment A-mendment against possible self-incrimination.
In all, she invoked
her privilege 54 .times. ;
Visi! To Moscow
BELGRADE. Yugoslavia. May
28 (UP) Relay runners from
all over Yugoslavia converged on
Belgrade yesterday' carrying
greetings to Marshal Tito on his
Some two-mmion persons irom
throughout the nation, took part in
the relay race, v
But Tito s portraits, plastered in
aim nt everv store window in pre
vious years, were conspicuously
absent in public places yesterday.
' Thoif hnr annarentiv was
On; line .with the, playing down rof
personalities' in otner uimmumsi
countries since Stalin's death, al.
though 'Yugoslavia follows an in independent
dependent independent path from the rest of
the commnmst- dioc. 1
Tito will go to Moscow next
month for his first visit since Sta Stalin
lin Stalin tried and failed to bring him
! A "I
K Natural History Society Honors
Dr. Zetek At 25th Anniversary Fete J
. - f" .
- ..... t
The Panama Canal Natural His-. in appreciation of" outstanding
tory Society celebrated its 25th an- services given, she" nas been 'elecl 'elecl-niversary
niversary 'elecl-niversary this week at the Gorgas ed by the officers to honorary life
Memorial Laboraty in Panama j membership. Chosen 1 1 present
City. the certificate to Miss Bncltman
At the meeting. Miss Dorothy was charter membcf Lundy. whp
Brickman gave a resume of .the since July, 1839, has leen secrta
society's founding its growth, ac-jry-treasurer. of the society. Honoi
tivities and accomplishments. At-, arv life membershin has been 2ir
tention. was called to a long list en to only aix other former mem-
ot weu-known ana lamous people bers. ;
who have spoken before the socie-j V1
ty. i ... An instructive and entertaining
.. v .. Iprogram for the evening was pro pro-Tribute
Tribute pro-Tribute was paid to those who:.";, k i
had done most toward keeping the (he Cana, nt Gem and Mineral
society functioning through so ma- iel whict was introduced by
ny yearsj.and to the few remain- i'aroup. Robert Steward, geo geo-mg
mg geo-mg charter membcrs-T. Gabriel, -i-t ,M X- Banartl, canai Ctf.
' DER BINGLE'S LITTLE BINGLETS The 21-year-old twin
sons of Bing Crosby greet each other as they are reunited at
,; Ledward Barracks in Schweinfurt, Germany. Dennis, left, has
j been stationed at Schweinlurt since July, 1955. Phillip, right
;! tvaa formerly stationed at Fort Lewis in Washington. Both are
' privates first-class.
Duque, Mrand Mrs. Geo. O. Lee,
W. E. Lundy, Van Allen Lyman,
Mrs... Dove L. Prather and Dr.
James-Zetek, founder, and presi
dent emeritus of the society, to
discussed the scientific aspects, f
gems and minerals; Daniel Rodge
disclosed areas where the miner minerals
als minerals may be found, and displayed
some minerals in the rough; E. F.
wnora tne meeting was aeaicateavRvlin ,.ni.ined the shaoinit and
. "j -'V .u t 'polishing of gems;' Stroup showed
In addition to three cha rt er numD'er 0s slides of mineraia
members',who were present, hon- fm h. wnAA
ui isucsia uikiuucu nan r, v-unis,
a former charter member, who isj
now on the honorary membership
list r three winners of the "James
Zetek Award" for outstading a a-enlevement
enlevement a-enlevement in science studies in
Canal Zone High Schools the stu
dents. The winners were introduc
ed to the society by the president,,
Brandt, who congratulated them;
on their accomplishments.
A small token of appreciation
from the members of the program!
committee -was then presented by
Miss Marie Weir to Miss Brick-i
man whofor the past three years
has served as chairman of the1
committee. Miss Brickman, assist-1
ant director of the USO-JWB ARm-
ed Forces Service Center, will:
soon leave to engage in graduate!
study in the United States. 1
As proof of the high esteem In
1 which Miss Brickman is held, and
Se(e them tonight
tensatiohaei new trur j
for limited ngagemenV
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Viider a new administration,
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prepared by the new cook Mr.
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ion culinary arts, brought spe
dally from Naples for the OK'
AMWO. The Great Chef t Mr.
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ama directed the famous kitchen
of the Country Club Jn Naples.
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: MOZZARELLA CHEESE AND 8ALAMT
14. PIZZA WITH TOMATOES.
MOZZARELLA CHEESE AND "MEAT
15. PIZZA WITH PICOTA.
MOZZARELLA CHEESE AND SALAMI
18. PIZZA WITH HAM AND BACON
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THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAELT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MAT 26, 1931
.Redleff s X-M Not
Three Rims On 4 Hits
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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f V S A
I JSMBSSMS1 a
:&t fiy MILTON RICHMAN
EW YORK, May 26 (UP) Ted Kluszewski,
the jny with the buying biceps, is helping Cincin Cincin-nati
nati Cincin-nati muscle in on first place in the National League.
' The husky, barrel- chested
'Klu&ewskt; whose physical pro pro-Twirtlons
Twirtlons pro-Twirtlons make him look like 'Mr.
America? .-.at bat, personally pow-
rm the Redlees to within nine
percentage points of first ;place
when he smashed out four hits.
including his ninth nomer, iu
l-5 yictorypfer Milwaukee last
KJuszewskf's lusty hitting, I
which drove In three runs, put
Cincinnati in a virtual first first-place
place first-place tie with both the Braves
and -the carainais, wno hcoicu
6-1 Jtriumph over the last-place
Milwaukee ied S-4 goto Into
the ninth inning but Cincinnati
tied the score on singles oy
johnny Temple-, Gus Bell and
Kluszewski. The winning; run
then came across on Bill Bra Bra-ton'
ton' Bra-ton' throwing- error, one of four
nmrnittpd hv the Braves, who
blew a four-run lead. Reliever
Joe Black was credited with the
victory while veteran warren
Snahn took the loss.
Murry Dickson scattered eight
lilts in thd carainais; vicwiy
over", the Cnbi Rookie Don Lasin
1 r-i i-i
Hall Of Famer
Dies At Home
' MILWAUKEE, Wis., May 26 26-UP)
UP) 26-UP) Al Simmons, 54, one of
the greatest major league right right-handed
handed right-handed batters of all time, died
at his home early today after
apparently suffering a heart at attack.;.'.;.:".
tack.;.'.;.:". attack.;.'.;.:". J
He was dead on arrival at
Milwaukee County Emergency
- Simmons played with seven
major ftagn tettms his
baseball eareer, but be achiev achieved
ed achieved stardom with the Philadel Philadelphia'
phia' Philadelphia' Athletics from 1924 to
1934v He was the leading hit hit-ter
ter hit-ter In the American League
la 1930 with a .381 average
and' again in 1931 with a .399
In several seasons he led the
American Leaeue In runs batted
In. runs scored, hits and total
Simmons wound up with
lifetime' batting average of .334
and recorded more hits than any
American League batter witn
1,831 during his 20 seasons.
? Simmons won the Sporting
News award as the most .valua-
hi. tnhtiir In thn Amorlran
League m 19M when be" bat-'
ted 365. Simons led the
Athletics to pennants from
1929 through 1931, probably
hig $est seasons.
' Th Athletics won the World
teries In 1929 and 1930 but lost
to the 6t Louis Cardinals in
Despite his great hitting abil abil-ty,
ty, abil-ty, one of baseball's greatest
homents saw Simmons struck
tut along with four other Hall
)t Fame hitters during the 1934
kll-Star Game by Carl Hubbell.
The. other "victims were Babe
-fcuthi Lou Gehrig, Joe Cronin
tnd Jjmmy Foxx.
forfov Fnconfo .35 .20
Double- In Cinemascope!
j Fran Sinatra, in
THK TENDER TRAP"
Robert Taylor, in
Today IDEAL 20
myms Kirk, in
Alex Nlcol, In
.... "BLACK GLOVE"
v-t V i '4. ;" it -J 'i .;,':.) r. v
JIwj -; wchk
ganuv collected Wee hits to
pace St. Louis' 10-hit ouensive
Loser Rus. Meyer walked Ken
ny fioyer with the bases lull in
the third to force in the Cards'
first run and an infield out in
the same frame scored Blasin Blasin-game
game Blasin-game with the only other rud
Dickson needed. i '
The Pirates climbed to!with
In a half game of first place
with an 8-5 decision over the
Phillies as Dale Long equalled a
major league record by rutting
a home run in his sixth straight
game. Long's 12th homer or tne
year, with one on In the fifth
tied- a record hd jointly by
former American Leaguers Lou
Gehrig and Ken Williams and
National Leaguers Willie Mays,
Walker Cooper and George Kel Kelly.
ly. Kelly. ; Sidearmer NelUe King, the
second of four Fittsb u tg to
pitchers, was the winner while
southpaw Curt Simmons, who
pitched no-hit ball for three
and a third innings, was the
loser. Del Ennis homered for
the Phils. : :':
Daryl Spencer's two-run hom homer
er homer in the sixth inning snapped
a 4-all tie and helped relief
pitcher Ruben Gomez of the
Giants to a 6-5 triumph over
the Dodgers. Gomez blanked the
Dodgers, who dropped their
third straight game, after start starter
er starter Johnny AntonelU ,had given
up all of Brooklyn's 'Tuns In 4
1-3 innines. Dusty Rhodes and
Ray Katt also homered off los loser
er loser Don Newcombe. j
The New York Yankees pound
ed rookie Don Ferrftrese for
seven runs in the first three in innings
nings innings and then went on to lick
the Baltimore Orioles, 10-2. Fer-
rarese, wno had held tne yanss
hitless for eight innings the last
time he faced tnem, gave up
three runs in the first inning
and then was touched for
grand-slam homer by Bob cerv
in the tnira. jonnny kucks kuvc
up nine hits in registering his
Left-hander BUiy pierce or tne
White Sox .limited Jhe JPWMon, Bostpn 2588 15 30 .349
to three -hits In beating them,
Pierce gave np a ran In the
second Inning and then settled
down to retire 24 of the next
25 batters. Mike Garcia was
thv loser, being nicked for
both of .Chicago's rung in the
sixth on Jim Rivera's homer,
two singles and an error by
Bobby Atfla. t
Roy Sievers drove in five runs
with two homers to lead wasn
ington to a 10-5 victory over
Boston. The victory, credited to
starter pSdro Ramos, snapped a
five-eame loslne streak for the
Senators.- Eddie Yost and. Carlos
Paula also homered off loser
Georste Susce.r Jr..' while Jim
Plersall clouted 'a pair of hom-
Kansas City, aided by six er
rors and two balks, defeated De
troit, 6-3. Only three of the Ath Ath-lets'
lets' Ath-lets' runs were earned, the other
three resulting from Tiger mis-
cues. Ray Boone, wno nomerea
for Detroit, committed two of
the losers' bobbles. Lo Kretlow
was tne winner and Paul Foy-
tack the loser.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Ted
Kluszewski of Cincinnat', who
rapped out four hits and dreve
in three runs in a 6-5 victory
over Milwaukee. v. C
COMPANY, BRADFORD, PA.
SalMaglie -V J
NO MASQUERADE A Dodg
er killer for five years witn the
Giants, Sal Magile points to the
fact that he is now pitching for
In The Majors
' (Based, on 75 official at batsi
Player and Club g ab r h pet
Long, Pitts. 32 120 24 50 .417
Repulski, St. L. 27 92 20 36 .391
Bruton, Mil. 20 75 17 29 .387
Bailey, Cinci. 24 75 11 27 .360
Walls, Pitts. 29 87 17 31 .356
Mantle. N. Y.
36 136 41 58 .426;
Berra, N. Y. 30 116 23 41 .353
Maxwell. Det. 28 88 19 31 .352
Kuenn, Det,' : 33134 20 45 .336
Mantle, Yankees ....
(Six tied with nine)
RUNS BATTED. IN
Mantle, Yankees u.... 42;
Long, pirates 35.
Berra, Yankees ,i,..,.W,34
Boyer, Cardinals .;..,.v32
Simpson, Athletics ...V 28
iwantlej Yankees.; 41,
-Bauer,. jYankees- v. 29 ;
VYost, Senators 4 25
Blasingame, Cards 25
Moon, Cardinals ; . cm 25
Mantle, Yankees ........ 58
Long, Pirates ........... 50
Boyer, Cards 46
Kuenn, Tigers 45
Goodman, Red Sox 43
(Based on 5 Decisions)
'; " W 1 Pet
Lawrence. Rediegs ... 5 0 1.000
Ford." Yankees 11' -.85
Lemon, Indians a... 6 1 -857
Brewer,; Red Sox 5 1 -833
Pierce. White Sox ... 5 1 .833
Along The Fairways
FORT "DAVIS LADIES DAY
We had a nice turnout of gals
on Wednesday. Louise Reynolds
was out after an absence due to
a visit to the hospital. We were
glad to have her back among
the old stand-bvs.
' Louise won the nrize for low
putts and Erlene Dials won the
prize lor tne tnrow out" tour
n anient which we clayed.
Sure would like to see more oi
you ladies from the Army bases
and nnco Solo out witn us.
seems a couple of congenial
people even looked after us dur during
ing during a downpour of rain, so there
weren't ; too many changes of
clothes. A very nice thought.
Some of the regular players!
are going to the states due to
transfers and vacations, so wel
need more ladies to keep this
Wednesday Ladies Day a going
ot SANITUBE iron
iy irauM f
1H SANITUBE CO. NEWPOW (PI 1 1
riw i ryu i dau owyAu -
State players hit the blocking
At Summit Hills Next Week
Gene Fullmer, Whips Humez;
Offers $1001000 For Shot
At World 160-Pound Crown-
NEW YORK, May 26 (UP)
Brawny Gene Fullmer, : Inspired
by his bloody victory over Euro
pean champion Charles Humez,
offered $100,000 today for a shot
at the world middleweight
Fullmer of West Jordan, U U-tah,
tah, U-tah, sa!d a millionaire friend
would underwrite a $100,000
guarantee to Sugar Ray Rob Robinson
inson Robinson if necessary to entice
the 35-year-old champion into
The 24-year-old minim? weld-
er stood out as unauestioned
challenger today because of the1
power and durability he display
ed In last night's nationally teU
evisea and broadcast 10-rounder
with blood-smeared Humes- of
France at Madison Square Gar-I
nen. v, r
Plungmr ln and out against
the persistently a d v a nclngj
French veteran, Fullmer not on only
ly only won a lop-sided decision but
he staggered him three times
and appeared a certain kayo
3 Tons v.dfPum
' BAN FRANCISCO. Calif., May
26 The largest air shipment of
machinery in pan American
Airways' local history, ; three
tons of numn. equipment from
the Jacuzzi Pumo Company of
Richmond, California, will be
transported to n Panama this
Scheduled toarrlve in Pana
ma by DC-6 cargo plane early
Sunday afternoon, the pumps
will be Installed at the new Hi Hi-podromo
podromo Hi-podromo Jose A. Remon to pro provide
vide provide the track's water supply.-
It Is understood that President!
Eisenhower, during his visit to
Panama in June, will be invited
to press the button that win put
the Jacuzzi pumps into opera
tion at the government-spon-j
sored race track, uv
The shipment Includes four
turbine pumps; two lets and one
large-size' centrifugal pump, it
was disclosed by Candido Jacuz
zi, general manager or ; tne
pump company. The freight cost
will be about $3000.
Representing the Jacuzzi com
pany in Panama is f Gustavo
Boyd, general manager of Guai Guai-dia
dia Guai-dia y Cla., Avenida Justo Arose-
Making Siring Bid
Fori 1st Division
NEW YORK,. May 26 (UP)
Th Miami Marlins, bogged down
m uie iniernauunai league cellar
. a. .
a week ago. were making a strong
bid for a first division nertn today.
ine Marlins DacKea up a six-
hitter by Jack Spring Friday night
to defeat the Richmond Virgi
nians, 8-0, and move to within a
half game of fourth place. Rich
mond used three pitchers, with
Jim Coates taking the loss for
Richmond. : '
The Rochester Red Wines out
lasted the Buffalo Bisons in 10 in
nines to eain an 8-7 victory and
(MtitbntomiHM!move Within two games of the
ioie iirsi-ptace Montreal itoyais.
k-.iH.t'nl the Columbus Jets defeated
tne Havana Sugar Kings, 4-3, in
anotner w inning game.
Duke Markell, who took over in
relief in the ninth. inning, picked;
up the Rochester victory, while,
Floyd Wooldridge gained credit;
for the Columbus victory. He al-
so relieved in the ninth inning. I
"" I hi
wnn me tnermometec crowd ng
sled in spring practice. No trick
victor had the bout been slated
lor 15 rounds. 4 i
., Gene's fourth straight victory
of 1956 was achieved against the,
champion of Europe, the world's
top-rated contender and the
13-10 favorite at ringside. Full
mer had been ranked second to
tne Frenchman among contend.
era. Moreover, 29-year-old Hu
mez had a slight pull in the
weights. He scaled 159 pounds
to uene s 158.
It was a good fight despite
the Utah slugger's margin of
Victory. At the finish Humex
was bleeding from both brows
and tne mouth and his left eye
was badly swollen. 1 His : whte
trunks looked' like scarlet ba
tik-work. Fullmer was bleed'
iqg from a cut on his fore forehead,
head, forehead, from the right ear and
from the nose. ;; v.-Av v -r
4,uere were no KnocKaownn
but Humez fell heavily back
wards to the canyas In the sec
ond round while pulling away
irom.a punch. v-.,..'
mena and Calle 29. 'J
er of the Jacuzzi Company, andi
Ray Horan. chief engineer, flew
to Panama In April to conclude
negotiations with Boyd and Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Paquette. r. -A
total of 57 individual pieces
or equipment is involved In the
Ab R H Po
Busby cf .;.v;...
A Vila 2b
. . ..
Hegan c ..,..,,,
28 1 3 24 13
Rivera rf -f.
Doby cf ...J
LoUar c .....
b-Delsing , .
Dropo lb ...
Pierce p .
Totals 31 2 8 27 7
a Filed out for Mossl in 8th
b Struck out for Jackson in
010 000 0001
000 002 0002
SUMMARY Errors: Carras'
quel 2, Avila. RBI: Regalado,
Rivera. Doubles: Doby. FoxJ
rnuiey. Home runs: Rivera, sac
rifice: Colavito, Garcia. Double
plays: Carrasquel to Avila to
Wertz. Left on base: Cleveland
3, Chicago 9. Bases on balls:
Garcia 3, Pierce 1, Daley 1.
Struck out by: Garcia 2. Pierce
7. Hit8 ou: Garcia 6 in 5 2-3.
Mossl 0 in 1 1-2, Daley 2 in 1-4,
Narleski 0. in 2-3, Pierce 3 in 9
Runs and earned runs: Garcia
2-2, pierce 1-1. WP: Pierce (3-1)
LP: Garcia (3-4).
1 1 1 i in i i i.i ... I ,) n
100 and no shade Los Anir
at all to get up'i HwiV?
The Summit Hills Golf, dub
will be ready for the start of the
Filth Annual juvenia.:. Invita Invitational
tional Invitational Tournament Wednesday
The course Is In fine shape and
the greens, .thanks to some hard
work by Committee Chairman
Pres Trim and his gang, should
bring joy is the hearts of the
golfers. who will start qualifying!
The Merenrlo Jewelry Store
of Panama. City, sponsors of
this tournament, have an announced
nounced announced that In addition to
the two Juvenia clocks and
eight watches there will be
eight prises of silverware for
the runnersup in each flight.
The tournament committee
with help- from the club secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Mrs. w wilma Riley, has
mailed out Invitations to all
Isthmian clubs and the Pana
ma Women's Golf Association
Posters have been distributed
and it is expected that nearly
200 golfers will try to qualify in
the eight flights of which two
will be for the women golfers. i
Trie eSlfers 'whtf hit the ball
straight sire going to enjoy Plen
ty of chance to score but the
Tournament 1 Commi 1 1 e e has
placed a penalty on players who
wander from the fairways. For
instance on the left of lav-:
ways of hole 2. 3. 4, 5, 6 and -7
out of bounds stakes have beenf
placed i allowing about ten feet
oi rough between tne. fairways
and out of bounds.
, PlayerS who wander from the
fairway which they are playing
will be required to may the bai.
as it lies which' Includes playing
out of temporary ditches. Play i
ers will be permitted to Improve
the lie or their nau on tneir
own' fairway but the ball can
not be moved more than 24 inch inches
es inches and in no case can it" be
moved more than 24 inches and
n case can It fee moved near
er the hole.
Free drop will be allowed
from temporary ditches in the
fairway being played, perma perma-net
net perma-net ditches, across fairways
of holes one, five and eight
and to the right of number
eight : f a'rwayt, will be hai hai-ards.
ards. hai-ards. This holds on the in nine
There has been plenty of spec speculation
ulation speculation as to the Qualifying
scores for the men. The par of
the course is 70 and It is doubt
5 ful If more than one or two
O players will equal or better par
0 Pop qualifying scores should be.
1 m ine n,ign eignues. r- i5. ,.
! Unlike past years when Sum Sum-0
0 Sum-0 mlt had only a handful of piay-
0 ers attempting to qualify In. the
0 tournament this year approxi
mately; seventy Summit, players
will try to nlace in one of the
flight. .Of this group about forr
ty have been turning in scores
below 90, si as .v.; r. ": v If i :
sider summit golfers to be the
best of hosts. They are Inviting
everybody to come out and play
01 but they intend to grab off as
0 many of the qualifying spots as
V Players are reminded that
3 qualifying will continue from
0 Wednesday through Sunday. No
1 players will be allowed to start
a quatlfyinr round later than
two o'clock on Sundav.. Juni. J
All players must register and re- 2nom"
ceive special Juvenia score cards 22i F" d 1a ? w?
before starting to nlav ? Laurendme, F Co.. 33,rd.: PFC
T1 : " .m8, pfy.i JA .; Glenn McCollum and' M-Sgt Ma-
On Wednesday; Saturday and ifJVf n?" t'.nnJL
Sunday a special xtd& ?o?n Dupree d
mi db on nana to nanaie issu-.
Thursday and Friday those
JSELVJM1 5!'AlfredoBorrero and Sgtf Thomas
dub manager jack Johnson:
There will be no J practice
rounds allowed after May 29.
The Greens Committee has ask
2a tnai au piayers wno usf tne
course, wui mr practice rounas
M1U U1RVVUC U AlClf IjAIV
course in good shape by replac replaces
es replaces all divots and repairing
damage caused by their balls
landing on the greens.
' W L Pet. GBI
; ,14 9 .. .609 1
.: ,20 13 -.606
, .. .18 12 .600
. tlT 13 .567 1
, 16 14 JSS .: Vk
i ii a
, r.io 20
TODAY'S GAMES .
Brooklyn at New York t
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
Cincinnati at Milwaukee t
Chicago at St. LouU, : j
" YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game) '.v-m ; :
Brooklyn 002 020 0105 11
New Yorkr 211 002 OOx 6 v9
Newcombe (8-3 and ramnan.
Antonelll,- Gomes (2-3) and
Pittsburghr 000 220 21 !- 10
Philadelphia 002 000 3005 10
; Kime King (3-D, Face, Mun Mun-ger
ger Mun-ger and Foiles.
isimmons (1-3). Flowers. R.
Miller, i Negray and Seminlck.
Lonnett.; : i-p.
(Night Game) j. :
Chicago 006 000 100 I I 0
St Louis 002 202 OOx tf 10 0
Meyer (1-2); ValentinettL Kai
ser and Landnthvt ;
Dickson (2-3) and Sarnl.v
(Night Game) H- r
Cincinnati 000 1)01 302-41 9 1
Milwaukee 100 013 0005 10 4
Lawrence, Black (2-1), Free-
man, Nuxnau and Bailey.
spahn (3-3). Conley and Cran-
DETROIT, May 26 (UP) Latin
American baseball leagues today
were warned if they don't sien a
greements with organized baseball
they'll get no more major league
, i . , ,..
The notice came from Base Baseball
ball Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick
after the quarterly meeting of
major leaeue club owners and
executives. r f
- e .... t
Frick said the major; have an
agreement witn tnt aribbeani
Baeball Federation '" governing
play of major league players in
the winter season. But ie said
new leagues hava been organized!
in tne jjominicaa Kepuulic. Mexi
co, Colombia and Venezuela since,
the agreement was signed in 1917.
Frick said a meeting with re representatives
presentatives representatives of the new leagues
would be held soon.
me commissioner said 68 ma-i
jor league -player played in the
new Latin American Leagues last j
year under the barnstorming pro provision
vision provision allowing players to partici partici-nate
nate partici-nate in ud to 45 emm in th nff-
But Frick revealed, olav in these
leagues no longer would be consi-
dered part of the barnstorming?
For All-Army Rilje,
Pislol (h mpionship
-Following is a list of the- men
who will represent USARCABIB in
the AU-Army Kifle and Pistol
Championships at Fort Benning,
oa., next montn.
Rifle team: SFC .Cecil Steven.
"E" Co., 33rd Inf. Regt.: Sp3k
Kicnaro Viuman, 7440U1 AU, t
Amador; SFC .William McFeelcy,
1 vo.. 33rd: Sp3 Jams Raterma-
ms nd PFC Richard Sonstrom,
i1?- sra- Ben-' 33ra- -gl- 'en
Thompson, -Svc Co:, 33rd. M-Sgt.
rS?S!tir.2L :P' J
l"1 Donald Baren aba and Sgt
Plon team M-Sgt. Gerald
c.i,m.-. ci n.n w:..;.. o.
Smith. Tank CO.. 33rd Oian ain
(Capt.) Ralph A. Arms, 7406th AU
rt. Uulick; bps uabnel Lee, "K
Co., 33rd. : Sgt, James Hauser,
VH" Co., 33rd.; Cpl. EmU Heugat-
ter, "M"' Co., 33rd.; and Cant
Ferdinand Fejrer, Ft. .Brooke,
The two teams, currently prac practicing
ticing practicing at Farian and Empire Rang Ranges,
es, Ranges, will leave for Ft Benning on
June 3. f
.594 4 -648
' TODAY'S GAMES
- New York at Baltimore (N)
V Washington at Boston
'Kansas City at Detroit '
; Cleveland at Chicago ; K
0,New York 304 002 01010 li 1
Baltimore 000 no 002-1 5
.Kucks (5-2) and Howard.
Ferrarese (1-3), Brown,
ish, Schmitz and Smith.
(Night Game) i
Wash..- Ii3nnnnn -in
Boston 021110 000-. 8
4, ''.....';,. ...;. ..'
Ramos (2-1), Chakales and
Susce (1-1), Hurd, Sisler and
(Night Game) ... ..
Cleveland 010 000 0001 S 3
Chicago 000 002 OOx 2 1 8 0
Garcia (3-4); 'Mcwsl, Daley,
Narleski and Began, -Pierce
(5-1) and LoUar.
(Night Game) ;
Kansas City. Oil 301 0006 6
Detroit ; v, 021 000 0003 7
Kretlow (2-3)"and Ginsberg.
Foytackv. (3-2). Gromek and
House. ; '::! :-;,..-e.' 'y.; l
. ; .25 li
. ,14 13
W.: t f Pet. v i
. a 14 -..oir. ,- y. 1
23 14 .622 ; i
. .19 .14 76
. 17 21 .447 I
,15 19 .441?
. 16 21 .432 ff
15 22 40S
12 19 .387
(10 Innings)" -Rochester
020 300 002 13 10 0
Buffalo 050000 011 07 7 2
Mackson, Markell (9) and Nel Nelson;
son; Nelson; Nicholas, Hahn (5), Weiss
(10) and Tompkin8on. WP: Mar Markell:
kell: Markell: LP: Hahn. Hrs: Vannoy,
Nelson, Seerlna, Tompkinson.
(10 Innings) "'
Havana v 100 000 002 03 5 I :
Columbus 200 001 000 14 5 0 V
' Scantlebury, Hatten (7)Min-:
arcin (9), Sanchez (10), Bracho V
(10) and Bush, Dotterer (10);
Kuzava, Wooldrldge (9) and No-
ble, Shants (10). WP: Wool.
dridge; LP; Sanchex, HR: Dells. f
Miami 000 002 5011 I 1
Richmond 000 000 0000 6 1
Sprine and Nlarhos: noates.
Cereghino (7), VoiseUe (9) and
Thacker. HR: Bowman.
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NEW CAME Hocky Marciano gets a golf lesson from Porkv
Ed Oliver at the Blue Hill Country Club, Canton. Mass. That's
linger Frankie Laine waiting to tee off w ith the ex-champ.
It has now been established beyond any doubt Ui"!
and'enUchinuantities of glass 2XtX
a?WasVthek:ail the time and 'SS
the way M reacts. -And sUKe thats he first i tf
scout wants iv uuw. . i -.. ,..,
W ffi'yef Sra has lits before It flnauydaed
one of me most fragile Jaws the rmj has w seen
rlean shot UDendS him, ana tascs so uiuW- ------
never. and I mean never. .; manages jrup
beaffie;ffm.S' bl case so singula and how da you
eiplS t? To say Olson never tot over the kn ockoat by ArcMt
thoVRnhinson had Drevlously beaten him three times, twice oy
novelty. J ;
MET FEW HITTERS
"0 .l8l, 1
-. Of course, Robinson was a great fighter; and la still t
buU's eye marksman at 36, and he doesn't need aulnable
chin to make him ioo good as a puncher, StUl, I've seen Mm
hit other buys with the same punches Olson stopped, and they
didn't S K, and If they did. they weren't stricken o badly
they couldn't get up and try to salvage something out of the
extremity, yv '
It's just possible, you know, that Olson became a world's
champion without even facing a real dynamiter. . or any fight fighter
er fighter who hit with sufficient force to reveal the glass in his man mandible.
dible. mandible. I realize this doesn't sound altogether reasonable, but it
is possible, and after all, there simply has to be an explanation
5 His two best lights around here were against Paddy Young
and Randy Turpin. 1 recall that Young staggered him with a
light but It landed high on the head. He al scored with
rousing body punches, which Olson shook off. T
Turpin had power without control or design." His timing
was erratic and he seldom got body leverage mw ms mows.
Once he staggered Olson with a lone; right to the chin, but
knowing what we know now the force must have been mostly
spent before it landed. i
, Olson was now the champion', Robinson having retired, and
the following spring he was defending against Kid Qavilan in
Chicago. The Kid was outweighed and had a bad right hand,
and since he never was much of a hitter, anyway, this one also
came and went without the glass showing. r f ;t r ,.v
ALL ACT THE SAME
significance the clean knockdown that Rocky castellan! scored
with a short right to the jaw in August the same summer.
-That may have been the first real tip cff. ;.. ; :x
A characteristic the glass jaws have In common Is that once
down, they stay down. It doesn't follow that they stay down
by desire. Olson doesnt, no matter how much it may appear
that he does. The Hawaiian-bora Calif ornian isn't smart, In
or out of the ring, but he's no fido. vvy-Vi4 I ,-
' George' K0) Chancy seldom got up, either. I saw him
stopped twice and each time It was one and out If anything,
Chaney was foolishly game; he'd walk right into you and chal challenge
lenge challenge you to take your best shot Accommodated by men like
Johnny Kllbane and Lew Tendler, the rhow ended early.
.. i ,.!',"
y CRAP TABLE
(EDITOR'S NOTE: LI. Was
Sintto is banned frm Olympic
competition because of an AAU
ruling which declared him pro professional.
fessional. professional. In this first to two
articles, Santeo speaks out with
typical frankness. He lives his
side of the story and tears apart
the decision which deprives
America's Olympic team of its
premier miler.) -" J
By LT. WES S ANT EE
As Told to Jimmy B rail In
MARINE CORPS SCHOOLS
QUANTICO, Va. (EA)- I
seems,, when you read the legal
sounding print, that the rulin
which banned me from the Unite
States Olympic team was the re result
sult result of a sturdy, well-principled
machinery which upholds the
cause of amateur Athletic Union
and backed by a New York State
Supreme Court judge, does not
show what it actually was va
vindictive attack by a lot of pco pco-ble
ble pco-ble who do nothinz for athletics
except to keep themselves well.
heeled in tree tickets to meets ana
more-than-pleasant ocean trips to
Helsinki or Melbourne or whereyj
er our track and field athletes per perform.
form. perform. -;C-
I was declared a professional,
the AAU states, because I took
$1,500 above normal expenses
rfnrintf nriwt nl 32 meets. I
broke, they claim, a bookfut of
mlaa frnm Avsrv RninHff Olir
perenhial Olympic boss, down to
Dan erri, secretary-treasurer 01
the AAU, the people ,wno conauci
mtAni 'ttihlnfia inf thlk United
States lined up to make sure VI
was banned. I ;
But when you go back to the
start of mv trouble, you find it is
a little different.
LAST APRIL, AFTER .1 re-
nrnrf frnm the Pan American
names In Mexcio- City: Harold
Brl ner. a ton AAU emciai u va
lifarni wrnte me. A newspaper
in San Francisco wis homing a
meet on May 5 and be was to be
referee. Would I please enterr
T iml Rerlinfr and told Dim
that two years back, I had pro
mised ut. naipn juuiugau u
During p that I would an-
pear in a meet he ran as a benefit
for a parochial nign scnooi.
couldn't, I told Berliner, go back
on my word. ;
A couple of weeks later I went
to the west coast for the Fresno
Relays and Berliner came over to
me. He was going to put on the
pressure for his San Francisco
meet-the one at which he would
cover himself with glory by being
referee of course. ;-
i n'i inrn those neoole In
Reading down," I told him. :
- "We wul me woruj y u
while if you come to Saa ,franc-
co,'! Berliner saidc
u utv c A SCHf DULED. I
ran in Reading, Oa May 20,, the
San Francisco newspaper wmcn
held the meet broke a story that
r k.j kn.n Mniuin0 mora OX
pense money than the AAU allow allowed.
ed. allowed. I had hired a booking agent
become the biggest thing to come
along in the business of speed
since Captain Kidd. the story said.
- Using the lmpossible.to-read rule
kub ffnlri thai AAU nut me
nl tho Olwmnirj Thev did It
with a set of regulations which
nobody officials and atnieies
has bothered to follow or years.
Th twvnk fnr examole. says that
$15 a day is the limit for an ama
teurs hotel and meais. nououy
has paid the slightest attention to
this ruie.ior years.
" If you are a top name; you. get
tanra Tlnn't Vet me WTOnB.. No
body goes around handing .you
freight cars fuu oi money. b
main, it u cmcxen ieeu.
aiiT tr you ARE mikln a
ni Lawrence. KanS..
t Stockton. Calif., for a track
i a J la. a
meet, you are not going www
ika Mmna w-, ;, r' -v
It is a long way from home to
be broke, which is easy to become
on that kind of money. ...
s vou ara iven more on an
And given it By an aau omciai.
i. foo I ran make
out, thU has beed the practice
nearly as long as Avery Brundagc
nas run amaiem uudmw
country. : '' f.--''-As
far as I'm concerned h e
a in k w nut heeause of anv
nru vhu w -
(V,500. It was, Instead, the result
of my havuig steppea on we wk
of a pompous tUque..i-'4i,J''
"YOU Can see wis even iww.na
a United States Manne, I' nave
k. ;..;unA nf trvinv nut for the
base track team during off duty
hours. A montn ago, i represeni represeni-h
h represeni-h ouantiro in a soedal service
mile in a Norfolk. Va., meet.
There other Marines and two Nl
d mniMn mane uo ine ucia.j
The raee was about to Start
k. T.t,n.T Ctar nl the Virginia
ut irniaiml on the field, tie
ohitrheit a tekuram from Dan
Ferris which advised my oppo-
4- n rttn, affainftt Ttie SB
they were jeopardizing their "ma
teur stanamg. k
ciaiic own tULr hook sars
competition among military, per.
..mi nnmm nnr rninn unnci nnv
SUUllva uuv-u mmvw - -
I attraMi if alTIV At HAT'
M .-fMS tltal aft-rviil lOllC
I0 -.. -H- -
as UIO avs j
Yet he stepped a anq auempwo
to break up this racel v
-.... ran aeamst the lyOr
. ..J 4aam
lege OI wmiaro ana j ....
The AAU oannea we cnuo. w
tire squad because it bad been in
a meet witn me.
tv. iTnisanltv nf Maryland pul-
SUV Va.. v ---
i. nf meet with the QuanUco
team for the same reason.
A few weeks ago, U. bod mam-
i.. mam a nmfasflinnal the same
l, MWW I "
i am aiinnoiied to be. ran tor
the Camp Pendleton, Calif., Ma Marine
rine Marine team against the University
NOW HEAR THIS!
. (" THEY i-. r
Iw la-a a "W lf
r I aaaa. J
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UP TO NOW TH J 1
rrw v J at-vnrnr
HA BEEH OOHB
8Y THS AAU
m -aakiBav- ... t w ar t flat
' V V I 1A
A Vt" GAM'TRtl ."iff
:SS.' LOOSE A
Master Your Game
Ball In Play At All Cosfs:
By JAC1E BURKE '
- Master of the Masters '
Written for NEA Servics
LEAVE yourself a margin for
From the standpoint of percent
age, it is often wiser to play short
or beyond the pin than to choose
a club which will carry directly to
it. If the -green is trapped to the
rear, it pays to play to the front
of it. If It is trapped to the front.
it pays to play to the rear even
at the cost oi going over.
Missing hazards is much more
.important than taking a chance
on being close to the pin.
. While you may get close, you
may nevertheless miss your putt.
Playing safe, you may make the
putt anyway, probably get down
in two. at the most three. ..
Once in a hazard, the chance of
getUng down in two is slim in indeed.
deed. indeed. The chance of getting down
in three is not too exciting.
, Keep the ball in play at ill costs.
Nothing is more imoortant that..
giving hazards wide berth.
: NEXTi Yardage markirs era'
. ' tlaialSJJKUIaV wWViS
Citation Brings Back Cal umef
Establishing Himself As Sire!
By HARRY GRAYSON
CAMDEN, N.J. -(NEA) -Jimmy
Jones stroked Fabius'v neck
in the star's stall at Carden SUte
Park. -s :i i-:,;' ,.'i,v-
' "Any resemblance' to Citation?"
liked someone. .i ? .i
'Citation looked larger than he
actually was," recalled Trainer
Jones, ''although he was fairly
food size. At his oest. ne stooa is
hands, a little above, average and
weighed 1,07a pounds.
"Fabius is moderate size, not
as big as Citation.
"If, they are alike lh any re re-snect.
snect. re-snect. it is that Fabius. like Ci
tation, Ukes everything in stride.
Why, a circus brass band could
march through ine- para anu
Fabius wouldn't give it more
than naaains attentlfUI.. H e'a
stand f perfectly still if kept in i
the paddock for' two-ana-a nan
hours." .-f s ,v
' When Fabius won The Preak Preak-ness
ness Preak-ness .at Pimlico and $84,250,
Jones did not yet know ihat the
Calument Farm three-year-old
fillies. Beyond and Princess Turia,
had performed an unprecedented
feat fop an entry finished in a
dead heat on the front end of a
stakes race, dividing $25,300 in
the classic Acorn Stakes at a
mile at Belmont Park.
Thsfs a vary nice score within
l few minutes, but Jones was
elated for another reason.
Beyond is also by Citation,
you see, and the double victory
definitely established the great greatest
est greatest horse ever bred at Calumet
as a successful young site.
"That's what Citation, 'which
stands, for $5,000, has to do now I
to become immortal produce I
good stock," said Jones. "He had!
frightful luck with his first crop,
losing half bis mares in, the virus
abortion epidemic. Oddly enough,
we have only a hah dozen of his
second crop and five of them are
fillies." , ,
Jones swung into Fabius dis disappointing
appointing disappointing races in Florida.
. "For a- snell there." said Jim
my, "I was afraid Fabius was pn
the trail side ana mat a mue
would be his best distance, but
he has come a long way and takes
it well right now. If he comes out,
of the Jersey Stakes at a mile and j
a furlone at Garden SUte all right, i
he'll go in the Belmont Stakes at
a mile and a half, June 16, al although
though although I'm not too sure that I'd
run him in mud.'"
"Jones points out that Fabius
was retarded by races in : goo
in the Belmont Futurity and the
. "Citation could run In the mud
and I didn't see any reason why
Fabius couldn't, but' those races
knocked flesh off him, and it took
the entire winter to get it back.
You've got to get solid flesh on s
race horse and it Ukes time." i
Jones swung back to Citation
and his remarkable, recordwreck recordwreck-ing
ing recordwreck-ing races with Noor in California
as a five-year-old after being fir fired.
ed. fired. Calumet had another big year
after Citation was retired per
fectly sound at six after winning
the $100,000 Hollywood Gold Cup,
July 14,- 1951, but the more im important
portant important stables get batches of
prize througbbreds in cycles.
Mrs. Cane Markey's stock fell
Off after the string had led the
money, winners for eight of 12
years, with $1,402,346 in 194T,
$1,269,710 in '48, $1,128,942 In '49'
and $1,283,197 in '51. While the
devil s, red and blue hardy drop,
ped to the poor relations class,
prize money fell to $587,040 in '54
and $438,590 in '55.; j j r
Now. things are -on the upbeat
again, Citition helping to Wing
back Calumet Farm while es establishing
tablishing establishing himself is a sire.
He's ttdl the big horse.
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know it, nor did it care.
. But they care about Wes Santee.
I'll tell tomorrow why I think
NEXT: Runners can step on
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The AAU probably dida t even
Read story on page 8
Entertainment Winners Go To NY:
Latin American Pupils at US ARCarib
: School Visit US Ordnance Shop; Men'
All Set Fcr World GI Showdown
-Twenty-six latin American offie offie-trs
trs offie-trs from 10 countries got their loo
at U.S. Army Ordnance personnel
at work Monday- when they visit visited
ed visited the 33d Infantry Regiment and
.Corozal Ordnance Base hop.4
' Wrapping up 20-week Motor
Officers' ; course at Fort Gulick a
US. Army Caribbean School, the
n ai MKimnv erade officers
toured Canal Zone shops to see first
'throueh fifth echelon maintenance
' . .Lam The
tew began at Fort Kobbe and was
concluded A 4he new .Ordnance'
I'Th eiais was- imateu v u
ni ih now shoo." remarked
Capt. Fernando t. Davila, USARC-j
AK1S CnOOT jhsuu.iw.. '"J
tavio Cervantes M. of Nicaragua,
lor example, he continued, "said
there were so many things to look
at, h didn't know where to begin.
i "Ordnance personnel whuuh
the group on a complete tour of
the Sew plant," Capt. ;Pavaa ex-
plained, "and covered everything
from removing rust from weapons.
to repair of compucaiea rar u u-nits
nits u-nits r V
Highlight of the Corozal visit
was a tour of the Shop's motor as as-.omhlv
.omhlv as-.omhlv line. Students saw, first
Adlai, Keel Trade
" r :MIAMI,,May 28 (UP) Aoiai
Stevenson charged last night tnat
the administration is slowmg P
the defense program to halance
ine DUUK uu w
misinforming Americans, about
foreign affairs. - ...
Stevenson also directed a few
pointed remarV at his rival for
the Democratic presidential nomi nomination.
nation. nomination. Sen. Estes Kefauver, The
two are vying in the Florida prima primary
ry primary Tuesday for the state's, 28 con convention
vention convention votes. "- . . 4
Kefauver likewise hammered at
both the GOP and Stevenson in
ipeeches last night. ...
S'evenson said he couldn t .' over overlook"
look" overlook" Kefauver's charges of Boss Boss-ism"
ism" Boss-ism" made in- the Florida camp campaign
aign campaign even though he had heard
them before in the California, Ore Ore-eon
eon Ore-eon and Minnesota campaigns.
Z "i iia vou iust can't teach an
bid underdog new tricks "(Steven-
mam m inn Aft ,Tt,'..... -r. yy
Btevenson would scrap his prepar.
ed text for a speecn at orc jjbuq jjbuq-erdale
erdale jjbuq-erdale last night to answer Kefauv Kefauv-efs
efs Kefauv-efs latest charges that, Stevenson
is conducting a "smile and smear
"I believe, if you don't mind, I
Just won't bother," Stevenson said.
"I believe in the old maxim that
If you throw mud you lose ground.".
.' Moybt you cort't tokt It with
f rou, but there oren't mony plocej
you con go without it,
TODAY 75, .40
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M-O-M't GREAT DRAMA
I. Or TINGLING
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YVn TTT! Tl 1 1XTTCU TTt
jrAUNE AxVilN ijblv 111,1
, MISS GRACE KELLY
hand, U.S. Army method e! re rebuilding
building rebuilding passenger car and truck
Also included on the itinerary
were trips to the weapons repair
section and paint and armament
shops. "The 10-nation group w,as
particularly interested in the Small
Arms Fire Testing Device," Davi Davi-la
la Davi-la demonstrated how the com
pressed water device stops a bul
j let discharged from a small cali
1 hftt WAaTUtn
Students on hand for the all-day
affair will wind up thefrFort Gu-'
ck studies June 1 and, then re-
Iiim 4n k Alt' MClUfltlV
Nations reoresested in the class
include Bolivia, Colombia, Costa
Rica, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras,
Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay ana
Venezuela. : "..
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ADDmUfl llfl UN IICdQ
HpsfiMMumt) wii aawMta
Nixed By US Chiefs
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y-.i'May
28 (UP) The United States will
decline to co-sponsor a British re resolution
solution resolution commending the Ha mm a r
skjold Palestine peace mission in
order to get full Soviet approval of
it, informed sources said today.
Britain was reported preparing
the resolution for submission to
the U.N. Security Council Tues
day. v' si' ,;!"
The sources said the United
States would support the resolu
tion but felt that it had, a better
chance of getting Soviet approval if
it was sponsored by B.-iuui alone
Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, chief
U.N. truce supervisor in Palestine,
will arrive in New York Monday
to -brief the security council on
what has happened in the Middle
Kast suice secretary .menerai uag
HammarsKjoid lett it.
The resolution was expected to
ask'Hammarskjold to continue his
"good offices' in the Arab-Israei
But it still contains no instruc
tion, recommendation or suggestion
that he, return to the Middle East
to. pursue active negotiations for
a more stable peace.
Informed sources said the mea
sure will not mention an embargo
on arms shipments to the Pales
tinian countries and will not touch
oh the sensitive issues uf Israel's
Jordan RiVer diversion project or
the 900,000, Arab refugees,' from
Palestine. .'.... i
Quiet Campaign Ends
As Ifaly Prepares
To Cast 4-Year Vole
ROME. May 26 (UP1 Police
guarded 1 against new riots .today
on the eve of nationwide local e e-lections
lections e-lections in which the Communists
hoped to gain control of key Italian
cities. ,.-..,.. ;
Fascists yearning for the em
pire hey-day of Mussolini sparked
clashes with police in Rome and
Milan last night in the dying hours
of an otherwise lack-luster cam
paign. Several persons were injur injured,
ed, injured, and at least 16 rioters were ar arrested,
rested, arrested, v
No electioneering was permitted
Thirty million Italians are eligi
ble to yote Sunday and Monday for
7,141 municipal and 79 provincial
councils. It is the first big test of
western opinion since Moscow
launched its down-withStalin move
menu . : -,s. v
' Communists are were notably
absent from the few incidents
which marred the quietest elec election
tion election campaign since the war al although
though although this strategic nation has
the biggest Red party outside the
Iron Curtain. ,':,"
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In a hew approach the Commu
nists put on their best behavior
in an attempt to lull democratic
voters into the belief the Reds no
longer were a menace.
Voter apathy was the main con
cern of the governing Christian De Democratic
mocratic Democratic Party memLers and their
allies. They feared a small turnout
would help the left ami that gains
for the leftists at the local level
might create chaos in city councils.
ine outcome was unpredictable
in aucn major cities as Genoa,
Turin, Bologna, Venice, Milan and
Although the Christian Democrats
were confident they could keep
most or all of these clues from
leftist control, they feared the cen
ter parties would not win a majori majority.
ty. majority. ;
For Red China
LONDON. Ma 26 fUPJ WThe
1 Soviet newspaper Izvestia -vester-
iday predicted that the rest of the
! Arab nations will follow E g y p t's
lead in recognizing Red China..
A Peiping radio broadcast mon
itored here said the agreement
reacneo last Wesnesday would be
on the ambassadorial level, with
iboth Egypt and Communist China
maintaining embassies in e a c h
l other's capitals. ;
I Isvestia said American opposi-
! uon win not prevent the o t b e r
Arab nations from, officially rec
ognizing the existence of the
IKDEPEMDENTf HEN. OAIIY KEWSPAPEB
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. r..:.
$5 Mil lion Fruit CropDgmage
NEW YORK. Mav 2 flIP A
late iDriD8 frost struck tn
tion' norWest yesterday causing
dam.ge estimated at $5 million to
the Massachusetts fruit crop alone.l
in me soutnwest, more tnunoer
showers were exDected to send
swollen Oklahoma rivers over their'
banks in the wake of three straight
rain-drenched days. ;
F.irlv rrnn nn tnirt farm
throughout Connectitut, New Hamp
shire, Rhode Island, New Jersey
and New York were hit hard by
the hard frost. Alfalfa and clove."
crops of catUefeed growers also
Early reports from New Jersey
indicated whole .fields of tomatoes
were destroyed.' Rockland County
farmers in New York counted a
total loss estimated as high is
$300,000. Strawberry and cherry
crops in the area were reported
In Westchester County- outside
New York City, where the mercu mercury
ry mercury sank to 28 degrees in some sec
tions, seedling plants in some com commercial
mercial commercial gardens were reported kil killed.
led. killed. :.. -ii'-:--ivtitmi'
Wiley And 4 Other
For Favorite Spot
MILWAUKEE, Wis., May 28
(UP) Sen. Alexander Wiley and
four Republicans seeking endorse endorsement
ment endorsement for the seat he has held 18
years will present their cases today
to the Wisconsin Republican con convention.
vention. convention. 1
- Wiley, a Chippewa Falls lawyer
who puts hi strength to a major
test on his 72nd birthday today, is
challenged by State Assembly
Speaker Mark Catlin, former; Rep.
Charles Kersten, former State su supreme
preme supreme Court Justice Henry Hughes
and Attorney Howard Boyle.
one of them as the party organiza organization's
tion's organization's endorsed candidate. Whoev Whoever
er Whoever wins still will be subject to chal challenge
lenge challenge in the September primary..
. In the foreground of the scrap
were -charges that Catlin used
his political influence to obtain
paroles for state prison' inmates
for a fee. Catlin has denied the
Charges. .;. t.,
Tho candidates will make six six-minute
minute six-minute speeches presenting their
cases to the delecates.
Before the voting, however de-i
legates planned a session of. worn
on "resolutions and a platform.
WYim rf eto rr .t tnailA MiitolpurnrV
of endorsements for three of the.
five too state offices yestrday
Vernon Thomson, Richland Cen
ter, Wisconsin's Attorney General
since 1950, won uhanimous endorser
ments for three of the five top state
vernon inomson, mcniana cen center,
ter, center, Wisconsin's Attorney General
since 1950, won unanimous endorse endorsement
ment endorsement for governor to succeed Gov.
. M .-!. J 1
Walter Kohler. The governor is
bowing out of state politics, for the
time being at least, after six years
as Wisconsin chief executive.'
Lt. Gov. Warren Knowles, New
Richmond, considered a possible
entry in the senatorial scramble,
decided to seek re-election instead
and won endorsement without op-
position, state treasurer w a r r e n
Smith, Milwaukee, also was en-
dorsed without contest. a
PORTRAIT OF A MAN WHO NEVER HEARD OF
"GUYS AND DOLLS"
THE fICTURE OF THE YEAR!
FAN ASIA, R. P4 SATURDAY, MAT 26, 195S
Vmit frnimn In Uccinn
where experts said the fruit crop
was "almost entirely destroyed'
and in other states did not expect
to learn the full amount of their
'ioss until later in the season,
Wafer Safely Class
fA tAV IuIIIaL
JGI lUl ll UUIIICK
v r ? . 1
Mnr hn Ait mtiit.. a .u,t
n,n personnel from the Atlantic
- Area enrolled to a Water Safety
Instructors' course set for Monday
morning at the Fort Gulick pool.
Classes will get underway at 7:45.
A series of five, four-hour class
sessions will be conducted Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,-Friday,
and Saturday mornings of next
week. Instruction will run from
7:43 to 11:45 a.m. each day.
Roy Kneip, San Antonio, Texas,
Red Cross Field Director will
serve as instructor; Kneip is in the
Zone for the specific purpose of
qualifying military and civiliai
personnel in USARCARIB. as in-
struetors in first aid and. water
safety. He recetly graduated a
class on the Pacific side.
AH Army Units In the Atlantic
Area will have one or more per
sons in attendance; as well as all
qualified life guards. -Naval per
sonnel, Canal Zone police and fire firemen
men firemen also have been invited to at
tend. ( ...
Graduation is slated for II a.m
June S and will be held joinly with
the first aid instructors course
which is currently in session. Cur
rent plans are in the making, to
ooia me classes annually.
In Calcutta; Cify
Plans Health Yeek
CALCUTTA, India, May 26 (UP)
The mounting death toll in this
year's Calcutta cholera epidemic
neared 500 today, i , ,
The city's municipal corporation
planned a "health week" to inten intensify
sify intensify campaign for mass inocula inoculation.
tion. inoculation. A 17-member committee of med-
al officers and sanitary; engi-
neers pressed a project to wipe
out causes oi me ancient plague.
They plan to provide a cleaner
water supply and construct sani
tary lairines in siums. xney aiso
aim to enforce stricter hygienic
conditions for; sale of food. Taint Tainted
ed Tainted fish; fruit and ice cream, are
prima targets; k-;-- f f,
-Official figures relased today
showed 409 persons died of chol
era between Jan. 1 -1 May 21. The
epidemic has killed an estimated
10 persons a day since Mar 21.
Hundreds of non-fatal cases have
jammed hospitals. There were 119
new cases Wednesday a n d 73
.The epidemic is a familiar tra
gedy for this vast city.
Greatest damage in Massachus- The cold mass of air sent temper temper-etts
etts temper-etts was inflicted on apple bios- atures skidding to a record low of
soma with some loss reported also 42 in Newark, N. 3., and to 27 in
in the cranberry bogs. eastern Long Island, N.Y. .-
The cold weather sent scarlet -: . ", i.
tanagers searching for food in j : r t I
New York City. The New York Zo- AriAnSUfir PfllrhPt
logical Society said their usual HUWIIOUCI rQIWIICl
diet of insects was lean because
of cli'lly temperatures, and advis advised
ed advised sympathetic residents to feed
them bread crumbs and "raisins
Girls 33; Boys 22
n Twenty-six girls and 21 boys
were born at Gorgas Hospital
during the past two-week pe period
riod period ending at midnight May .21.
according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital reports. During the ; same
two-week, l period, 416 patients
were admitted and 412 were
The names and addresses of
the parents of the girl babies
follows: 'BMC and Mrs. Charles
R. Piatt, of Fort Amador; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles W. Best, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
Donald C. Ames, of Fort Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; Mr. and Mrs.. Paul R. Ku Ku-youth,
youth, Ku-youth, of Balboa; Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Sanoske, of Fort Kobbe;'
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Smith, of
Howard; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R.
Ver Meer, of Fort Kobbe; Mr.
and Mrs. David A. Gilmore; of
Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. Claudius
T. Samuels, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. Wilton Jones, of Albrook;
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Brown,
of Panama; Mr, and Mrs. Val Valentine
entine Valentine inniss, of Panama; Mr.
and Mrs, Levy pollard, of Obis Obispo;
po; Obispo; Mr. and Mrs. Arlon V D.
Payne, of Albrook; 2d Lt. and
Mrs. Roy M. Strom, of Fort Clay Clayton;
ton; Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. Laurence E.
Bradleyf of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and
Mrs. Norbert H. McCaoley, of
Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Parada, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Soriano, Jr., of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. Ira
C. Dockery, of Farfan; Mr. and
Mrs.1 Everet H. Ohman, of An An-con;
con; An-con; Mr, and Mrs. Elbert N.
Roop, of Quarry Heights; Mr.
and Mrs. Milton G. SchabeV of
Rousseau; Mr. and Mrs. Astor
Hawkins, of Gamboa; Mr. and
Mrs. Richard A. Blevlns, of Pan Panama
ama Panama City; and Mr. and Mrs. Cal Calvin
vin Calvin o. Sorrells, of Fort Kobbe.
Boys were born to the follow following:
ing: following: Mr. and Mrs. Eladio Velez,
of Chlllbre; Lt. and Mrs. John
I. Hlncke, of Fort Kbobe; Mr.
and Mrs. Winfield 8. Ireland, of
Diablo; Mr., and Mrs. Sigfredo
Rivera Rodriguez, of Fort Kob-
be; Mr, and Mrs. Rodolfo Wat;"' hl tk oU for Pittsburgh
son, or Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold N-. Daniel, of Al Albrook;
brook; Albrook; Mr. and Mrs. Ewing W.
Journey, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs: Albert Hermanny, of Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Schelhorn, Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. Earl P. Taylor, of Fort
Amador; Mr. and Mrs. Luis E.
Sarmiento, Jr., of Panama Clly;
Mr. and Mrs. Glno Alponte, of
Albrook; Mr. and "Mrs. Harry
Nicholas Kowalsky, of Fort Kob Kobbe;
be; Kobbe; Mr, and Mrs. Clifford A.
Nurse, of ParalsO; Mr. and Mrs.
George M. Taylor, Jr., of Fort
Clayton: Mr.' and Mrs. Samuel
L. Catlett,. of Curundu; Mr.- and
Mrs., johnle F. Karr, of Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Lt, and Mrs. William B.
Mulllns, of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and
Mrs. Horace L. Morgan, of Pan Panama;
ama; Panama; Lt. and Mrs. James B B-Stuart,
Stuart, B-Stuart, Jt., of Farfan: Dr. and
Mrs. Rodrlck Esquif?!, of An-
con. ' -
Eight babies were born In Co
co Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight May 23, ac according
cording according to the regular hospital
report. Durlnsr the same period.
74 patients were admitted and
84 were discharged. v
Babies were born to the follnw-
lng American citizens: Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Garner, of New
Cristobal, son; AE-2 and Mrs.
John L. Parlato, of Coco Sollto,
daughter; SP-2 and. Mrs, Luis A.
Guzman, of coco Sollto, daugh
ter; Sgt. ana Mrs. George Brod-
sky, of Fort Davis, daughter;
Capt. and Mrs. William Domin Domin-guez,
guez, Domin-guez, of Fort Gulick, daughter;
and A2-c and Mrs. Samuel Bar
bour, of Coco Sollto, daughter
Babies were born to the fol
lowing parents of Panamanian
nationality: Mr. and-Mrs. Geral Geral-do
do Geral-do Myrie,; of Colon, daughter;
and Mr. and Mrs. Owen E.
Christopher, of Rainbow City,
daughter. -. t
Row; Oks Political,
BONN. Mav. 26 YUPY-Chancel
lor Konrad Adenauer patched up
a row with his economics and fin finance
ance finance -ministers today' and nipped
what, threatened to be the worst
crisis in his seven years as West
German government chief, v
'Backing down publicly last nrght
Adenauer, announced 'complete
confidence" in portly economic mi minister
nister minister Ludwing Erhard, the man
credited with the chief role in the
economic recovery of Germany.
" He planned a similar hatchet hatchet-burying
burying hatchet-burying session with Fritz Schaef Schaef-fer,
fer, Schaef-fer, his peppery and obstinate fin finance
ance finance minister who jealously guards
a $1.6 billion treasury surplus.
Adenauer still bad to get; cabinet
agreement on a government policy
line to hold the present business
boom from turning into inflation.
But officials said this now would
be done calmly at cabinet ses sessions
sions sessions once his row with Erhard
and Schaeffer! cooled off.
He had scored the two minist ministers
ers ministers publicly for approving without
his knowledge the German state
hank's discount rate increase' as a
move to stem inflation.
Crclicn Cc!.!v Virus
On Shipment Rules"
WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP) i-
inairman J. Percy Priest said to today
day today his House Commerce will in
vestigate the breaking of a bottle
of live polio virus aboard a Capital
Airlines plane Thursday night.
The Tennessee Democrat said
"we will want to look into this to
determine whether ., there is any
need ior.vspeciai restrictions on
shipments of these materials."
But Chairman Warren G. M gnu gnu-son
son gnu-son of the Senate Commerce Com Committee
mittee Committee said the Civil Aeronautics
Board already has sufficient au
thority to regulate dangerous ship shipments.
ments. shipments. He said the CAB should
tighten up its regulations to prev
ent repetition of the incident.
The quart bottle of virus was
broken while being loaded aboard
the plane at National Airport here,
It was part of a shipment bound for
Johns Hopkins University in Balti
more. Md. t .v.,,.,...
The broken bottle was discov.
ered at Baltimore but the plane al
with 22' passengers' aboard,
- On the advice of Dr. Jonas Salk.
discoverer of Salk polio vaccine, the
piane was grounded at rmsourgn,
decontaminated and left idle for 12
hours before being put back into
The plane's crew and other per
sons who bandied the cases of vir
us were given shots of gamma glo globulin
bulin globulin and Salk polio vaccine. The
passengers, were not given injec
tions because they did not come
int contact with the Jive virus.
pmm WARNIRj BROSV. m
The InlHiera !.... -j'
Purt Riv ,k. "u""' no,"ie winner in the Vocal Sola
Ss to vl "".JTl" KYidu.l performer list
thi in -.-V
M iSdhX,.' :
- GoiniVm Pin.... J
MATS "fliBB rwr..", c T:fi"seP wsia, Jr., a winner in
are nine soldiers. They will be'
- a vuailVJllMI, O,
accompanied by Miss Ruth Black
tal of lirnTT
two crotiD. will V
two eroum will m Pnrt n;-
N.J., the site of the worldwide cou-
A grand total of 66 acts are as assembling
sembling assembling at Pix for the service
showdown. Six of the acts arc
from the U.S., Army Caribbean
the winners in vocal instrumental,
and novelty categories. : 1 M ;
ine contest will begin June 2
and run through until the 11. The
winners will h hiM nwr nn.ii
June 17 for a national television
appearance -on Ed ,: Sullivan's
Vioast of the Towq." t t
: Miss BlackweU is also attending
a tw(Hiay worldwide Command)
worxsnop at fort JJix. r
Eddie Edwards of 'Fort Clayton,
Visit In Assissi
ASSISSI Italy,tMay 26 (UP)-
ormer President Harry S. Trtf
man out cnntrnvprv hrhinH him
today to explore like any tourist
the green hills ; where St. Francis
once talked to 'the birds and ani
mals. ;' .!i-riiJf.A;i';...'.',T:'i..'..!.
' Mr. Truman and Mn Tnimin
drove throueh a drizzle from Rnm
to tha Umbrian Hills in central
Italy b visit the church where the
saint is entombed. ; r
No mention wax maAa tnH ott tkt
the former President's offhand re
mark that, some squirrel headed
general" sponsored the Salerno
landing, nor of his apology for the
furor he touched off.
The Trumans and three; other
members of their nartv w n t
straight to the Assissi Hotel for
lunch. Mr, Truman then shcedul-
ed a meeting with the town mayor
oeiore visiting the church. t a
The Trumans nlanned n: inenH
the night in the sleepy v little town
and drive on to Florence tomor tomorrow..,.
row..,. tomorrow..,. ' '
Rebel Chief Dead
SAII.IIIV lnlnihina Hf.
..,.uiu., w.j &v
.rr:.m namese troops haveipy. that occasional Action on
killed the leader of the rebel Una
Hao sect and captured his chief
oi an in a oattie, it was report reported
ed reported today. .; .,. ,.
-Military sources said Phara Con?
Cam, more commonly known as
Ba Bung,-was wounded fatally in
the clash. The government of Pres.
Went Ngo Dinh Diem has been
waging a campaign against the
Hoa Hao and., other sects which
have their own armed forces, -v
L U X
. .v r i.u r aiss p.m
. na al.a m.
. uie rtDCT eTADDthiA i
,ry MOTION PICTURE! trA
a iiaiaiaiBii c." ivl'
'JuHfctJami Ituat'-. hot In
auMi (caMtn-um maw u anni
Pofrons who attend the exhibition of "Lucy Galiant"
will receive a free ticket for the raffle of the fol following
lowing following .prizes: w' , 1
1 dress 30.00 Felix B. Madura
i 1 dress 30.00 Junior Bazar j';
1 swim suit from Antonio's Innovacion.::
'I dress cut from Zig Zag
1 bottle of perfume from I. LMaduro
, 1 pair of Shoes from Calzado Broadway
1 set of jewelry from Bazar Frances .-
Swim suit from Bazar Internacional
.l I . i-
making uie trip. Joining him will
',ck North?up of:HgenrVmBaS
wno. won We Novelty caie
?orv-.Ai!0!her individual entry is
the Instrumental Solo riivKinn
The Midni?htr nf Fnrt Am.
o v. vit nuif
dor and the "Kobbe Kombo," two
,command m New. York.
mad up o.
"on mey,acK Cole, Dwight
Vance and Ed Overton, Overton,-on
on Overton,-on piano. hpaH lh unit
The Komhn hue Tnna'rA Ttttttia 1
Peter Petrillo," John L. Nicholson, Nicholson,-Donald
Donald Nicholson,-Donald Jack; and -Bill Lezille.,
- ine other entry-Vocal Group
winners are Gerald Daroow, Geo Geo-Deemme.
Deemme. Geo-Deemme. Donald. J i)im inl
Jim K. Barnett.- t from Puerto
Rico. . ,-:
Some of the group will take
leaves before, returning to the com'
mand.,.;.- ; ;
rltuUn II AMa1
VIO I y II Ul VUjVtl
Of Police Dragnet
-But All Ends OX
! Canal Zone Police",! .generally
engaged In tracking down crim criminals,
inals, criminals, had a pleasanter sort of
tracking down to do' recently, r
- A mother in California wrote
them last month asking- them
where she could get a cake bak baked
ed baked as a birthday surprise for her
son. Tommy Thompson, of For$
Clayton. t 1
Instead of "sending the worn
an, Mrs. .' Helen Thompson of
long Beach, the address of the
nearest bakery, members on tha
nolle fnrr at. Rnlhna- Hslrirl
to take matters into their own
With contributions from tha
men. thpv arranirprl fnr hocii.
tiful birthday cake to-; be pre-i
parea ior ine soiaiec
Yesterday,' three days before
his hlrthdav. thev left wnrri at
his outfit that he was wanted
hv'the police station at Balboa.
n was not only a surprise,
bat a relief, to the younr sol-.'
dier to find out that Canal
Zone policemen were helping
h'm celebrate his birthday-,
thanks to k thoughtful mom.
Tn answering- Mn Thnmn.
son's letter yesterday, Capt. B.
A. 'Darden .'' Kf.at.inn pnmmandrr
who replied, "for the Canal Zone
ronce or me aaiDoa cistrictr
"We, hnna that biif- orrarira.
ments meet with. your approval.
j wiiufia Kuan ucupie UW-
the other side of the ledger Is
a real pleasures v
They sent the mother a pho-4
tocranh Of her xnn rerelvlnv tha
birthday cake at the police sta
tion, m estaoiismng Tommy s
identity,, they said they were
surprised to learn be is Scout
master of local Boy Scout Troop
No., 2, a troop which Is sponsor,
ert hv t,h Ralhn Phantui" nt t.ha
Canal Zone Police Association. ;
1:00-2:42 i. 4:48 0:54 9:00
, CLAIRE THELMA