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SlatTTAJt . ANAMA, R. P.. TUESDAY, MAT Z. 1 .'. FITE CDCT1
PC Brass Welcoming fc' .' lp.Eknnf
Potter This Afternoon
The) Canal, Zoni ia rolling out the red carpet today
for Ks'new chief. .. v ";: .. v
... Governor William E. Potter was to be welcomed here
: by too bran upon .hit arrival at Tocumert: today at
2:15 p.m. 4
The newly appointed governor Is making a brief flying
. visit here before returning with his family to assume his
duties on ilune 20. V ,. . ,
- During the busy four-day. schedule lined up for the
Visiting chief executive, Potter wilt meet Panama's Pres President
ident President Ricardo E. Arias', the- U. S. Ambassador in Panama,
and top officials of the Armed forces. J r"
He will also talc time tomorrow, morning to' greet
presidents of the civic councils In the Canal Zone,
After, his "arrival,; 'Potter -was-to
go directly to the Governor's Man-
sion at Balboa Heights where he
will stay during his present trip
to attend sessions of the budget
.committee of the Panama Canal
Company's board of directors.
- The new Governor was to be
vreoteH it Tiwiimen bv acting gov
ernor H. W. Schull, Jr.; as well
as other officials ef the Canal
Zone, and from the Republic of
, Th official nartv was to be
' given a motorcycle escort from
Tocumen to the Canal Zone line
by the Panama National Guard
and from there to Balboa Heights
. by Canal Zone Police. v
. An epportunify Ur fetter te
i meet the bureau directors end
principal members ef- M staff
will come In the t!,t!tr0?
at a reception at the TWell Cueit
House 9ive by Idwerd Ba Bacon,
con, Bacon, deputy assistant secretary
of the Army, who Is accompany
!. imj him t the Isthmus. V I
Arriving on the same plane witn
them are two board members.
'Eohfrt P. P'lrrn!'"'-!'!, and Kaipn
well as Thursday and Friday, m
me ooaro; room at jsaioos Heights.
Af' 11 tomorrow he Will moot
with the Presidents of the Civic
Councils in the Cane I Zone in
his office at fhe Administration
Building for the first ef a series
of gubernatorial courtesy cells,
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The exchanee of calls with offi
cials in Panama and the Canal
Zone ; have been acheduled f n ri
Thursday and Friday with an offi
cial can on president Ricardo A-
nas .at. the Presidencia at -10:30
A reception for Potter will be
given by the United State! Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador at his residence Thursday
nights sa meet officials, and auesta
The. fornor will nay a .-eturn
call eji U Ben. William H. Harri Harrison,
son, Harrison, CeoHaander to Chief of t
Car4'iean Command, and the
thf component cqmmandort Fri Friday
day Friday .morning at t at which ttme
he willy be given an-honor guir
ceremonyat Quarry HeiKhts.i i"
The Governnr' will rot r'
In TV A
Six organisations fa Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee are petitioning : Congress
for the removal or Gen. Her Herbert
bert Herbert D. Vogel, chairman ef the
Tennessee Valley An thorny.
: Vogel, who left the Isthmus
exactly fear years age was the
first Lientenaat Governor el
the Panama Canal Zone after
the reorganization of the
Company.. , ., -.
According te the May It is issue
sue issue of the ConTier-Journal, of
LouisvSle, Ky gi, organisa organisations
tions organisations are combining te petition
Congress for Vegel'a removal.
The charge that he has hoi
I'ved up te his oath of office,
which faclndes a "belief in the
feasibility and wisdom of the
TVA Act" s
v The petition, according te
the newspaper .' article, con contends
tends contends that Vogel has nine
after time" aligned himself
w'th the enemies of TVA te
their attempts te Cripple, ha harass,
rass, harass, and even te destroy the
m Vogel has headed TVA Since
Sept. M54. ,
Syria Lbs Up
t anv. All '
1 u.. k. .!! ninm litre ui.
Mai. Gen. Julian L. ichley, also
A member, of the budget .com miv
tee of the board, is expectijd to ar-Hour-day viit .Friday night, and
Panama liner. Cristobal ;ot the
rffi&tte YGoveraor'P first
full day on the Isthmus Memo
rial Day and a legai b',i'"7
r,n.l Zone, he has a full schedule
" ik mnmins and afternoon ses-
.ions of the budget committee sr
scheduleO 10 p ncm wmv..- y
k Guest liouae,
f Potter will', conclude his V s t
will depart early Saturday morn
ing Jiy plane for Omaha, Nebras-
ks, wnere -ae nas ioeen on duty
since July 1952 a Division Engi
neer f the U. S. .'Army Corps of
Engineers'- Missouri River D i v i-
sion. i v t
He plans to return to the Canal
Zone by Panaca Line o June 2u,
accompanied by Mrs. Potter and
their two daughters, Jo Ann and
Ruth Susan, to begin their resi residence
dence residence during bis administration: as
Governor of the Canal Zone and
President of the- Panama Canal
Company; U' -p i
Potter to just now completing 28
years of service as an officer of
the United States Army Corps of
Engineers.- A native of Oshkosh,
Wisconsin, he -was sraduated from
-West Point- in lune, 192S.
His service record contains a
variety of responsible assignments
of military and civil engineering
as well as administrative work,
Off To Guatemala
On Rcsccs Jsnt
and an H-l helicopter left AU
brook AVr rorqe ""..""Z,
thi, morninir tor Guatemala ci
ty to join rescue uusw
lowing a request from the Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan government.
m.vj rrelved On uie
it vesterday that
Guatemalan President -." Carlos
Castillo Armas had ordered a
para-rescue operation after ne
sighted ; a survivor near? the
wreckage of planer earrying 31
passengers, tliat crashed at $.000,
feet on a mountainside.,
Castillo Armas reportedly saw.
person waving near uw-wmv-ate
and ordered paratroopeK
dropped at the scene with food,
water and radio equipment. The
MiMtinn Wis carried out and
the pilot, Capt. Carl Nielsen,
said the paratroopers landed
..flir within S00 yards of th
downed plane. v
The radio equipment wag fear fear-j
j fear-j i hoo hnn damaged in the
drop, however, slnci no contact
with the paratroopers hao oeen
matin nn to last nieht.
' At the same time, a 25-man
rnunii nartv was nearinr the
scene of the crash. They reach reach-h
h reach-h the ton of a J.OOO-foot pk
and nrenared to descend tlJOOO
feet to the wreckage. A helloport
was cleared at the 7.000-foot KATHMANDU,: Nepal, May 29
mark, and plans were maoe (UPjj-The Nepalese govern govern-evacuate
evacuate govern-evacuate survivors by helicop-.ment alerted frontier stations
ter. with bodies being brought) today to seek news of an Areen-.
down bt the ground party.---u- tine expedition attempting to
- The crashed plane was owned scale the last of the world's ten
byf the Aviateca Company.- tallest-, peaks sill unclimbed by
Tne SA-ie was puuica D.Yjjnan.
io i, i,nii jsations lined up A
rab opposition today to. a British
resolution asking the S e c a r i t y
Council to commend Secretary Ge
neral uag iiammarsKjoid for his
uiooie jean peace eitorts.
Ahmed Shukairy- of Syria, as assistant
sistant assistant secretary general of the
powerful Arab League, aaid the
British resolution waa "unaccept "unacceptable"
able" "unacceptable" in its present form. Ha met
with representatives of other Arab
nations to explain his-views.
The mildly-worded British roIn.
tion, calling for full compliance by
Israel and her Arab neighbors with
the Palestine armistice ssreements
was submitted yesterday by Brit British
ish British delegate Sir Pierson Dixon for
aeoate at i-p.m, today.'
Today's Security Council meet-
ung was tne tirst since it author
eo nammarsKjom by unanimous
vote on April 4 to go to the Middle
East and try to restore nesco. He
was successful in succeeding a se
ries or cesse ore agreements be
tween Israel and the Arab nations.
dome oojecuons also were ex
pected from Russia and Yugoslavia
but U.N. observers believed the
council would approve it in the
end, perhaps with some revised
wording. A vote was not expected
before Thursday. 5
Russia was reported earlier to
be preparing a Palestine resolu
tion of its own but informed sourc
es understood Soviet Ambassador
Arkady A. Soboiev now waa ready
to accept the British measure a
Although he hat never served
m the Canal-Zone, he, is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly familiar with this area
of tho Americas, having served
nearly throa yaari in survey
work en thf proposed canal
through Nicaragua made by the
Corps of Engineers. A t
iHis other service outside the eon
tinental United Stater included' some "minor chances
service from November 1943 until
July IMS in, the European Theater,
and one year in Alaska.
Potter took oath ef office yester
day in the office of the Secretary
of the ArmyJ .the official designat designated
ed designated by the President to administer
affairs of the Canal Zone Govern Government
ment Government and stockholder of the Pa
nama Canal; Company. 1
' The oath was administered bv
Secretary of the Army Wilber. If.i
Red Joker II
More than 2500 alert dlsta.fl
workers using the theme
"Ready to Play Our Part
were hurriedly mobilized this
morning when sirens screamed
a warning for Exercise Red Jok.
The surprise tyo disaster
control exercise, the second of
the year, began shortly after I
a m. Within minutes the distaff
workers on each military reser
ration on the v isthmus were at
There were ho simulated di
saster scene, such as arc used
during the annual Jackpot train.
ing exercises, it was, a mobiliza
tion drill testing thespeed at
which teams can be set up in
possible emenrencv situations.
Headquarters Caribbean com
mand announced that the exer exercise
cise exercise had been a success.
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Altogether, the Joker Tt in.
volved about 2500 members -of
the Caribbean Command's vol volunteer
unteer volunteer distaff organization and
supporting military personnel.
PartlclDatinsr In addition to
distaff volunteers were control
point 1 commanders and staffs,
medical services, communica communications
tions communications down to control point lev level
el level and such other elements as
was desired or deemed necessary
by local commanders, control
point orpnnizatlons moved to
t r- ,! -it r U
1 lie entire exercise lasted two
auu une-nair, nours, -.
Full D:rc:!.i!.:3 -,:
Vzizrsq In Basic
' PITTSBURGH:. if M YtrPV.L-
The United Steelworkers Union
and tho steel industry pitched into
full bargaining today to find a set settlement
tlement settlement for sweeping contract de
mands tor me union's 650,000 mem members
bers members employed in the nation's ba basic
sic basic steel industry. ; 1 I
The 1,200,000-member union be began
gan began bargaining sessions with
Jones -and Laughlin, Youngstown
sneer ana Tube and Inland Steel
after presenting its demands yes yesterday
terday yesterday to U.S. SteeL Bethlehem
and Republfr Steel, 7 J
Keels For 2 More
US Atomic Subs
Laid At Groton
GROTON,, Conn., May 29
(UP) Keels for two more atom atomic
ic atomic submarines were laid today.
This brings to nine the total
of nuclear-powered subs 'under
construction or already built
Another six are scheduled to be
constructed during the next fis
cal year, starting juiy l,
One of the vessels bom today
was. regarded as the key ai a
future entirely atomic-powered
task force built around aircraft
carriers and guided missile
cruisers. Nameless as yet and
called only NO. 588, it will be i
ble new radar picket aoat. de
signed to screen naval tat forc
es against air, sea or undersea
attack, it will weigh 6,008 tons
twice as heavy as the world's
first atomic sub, the Nautilus.
The second sub. Skipjack, is
exnected to be aneedier than the
Nautilus, which can kip along
under water at more than 20
knots. .- ...... t
Fuel Tank Defect
LONDON. May 29-f(UPi
Britain's newest and most se-
cirt euDmrniB oevpinrfti a luertainrd cn",v
tank r!"f?ct in vnr1iis ,'rr t-nl i uo!l
MOSCOW, May 19 (UP)
The Soviet union disclosed to today
day today tt has executed fonr com
mnnlst leaders In Aierba'jan,
tnclndlng.the former Premier
of that Soviet republic which
corners on van.
Also on todsy's bargaining sched schedule
ule schedule was Great Lakes Steel Corp.
United. Press learned the demands
presented the "Big Three" of the
Neei industry yesterday ranged
from higher pay and a guaranteed
annual wage to time-and-a half,
for Saturday work and double double-time
time double-time for Sunday, -more paid holi.
oays, longer vacations and company-paid
hospitalisation and w e 1
fare benefits.-,,-'. ".'
Several industry sources- viewed
tne demands as the most costly
ever presented by the union!
The union set no dollars and
cents price on the pact. But it was
learned many of- the proposals en enlarged
larged enlarged upon similar d m eds a a
urged upon similar demands
made in 1954, the last time an en-,
tire contract was negotiated.
The union did not apecify; the
size of pay : boost demands but
USW president David McDonald
haa been pressured to insist on 13 1 j
i .... t ...- t
I cents an nour.
Tomorrow employes of the
Panama' Canal Company-Canal
Zone government, and civilian
employes of the Armed Forces
will observe Memorial Day which
has been designated as a legal
noiiaay in tne canal zone.
' nil government orfcea, ex except
cept except those absolutely necessary
for the operation ef the Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama Canal, will be closed all
day as a holiday schedule is
being observed. V
Beginning at 7 a.m. the flat
raising ceremony will be held at
saiooa Heignts. Troop 5 and
Cub Pack 5 of the Boy Scouts,
as well as a contingent of Girl
scouts wu participate.
A short Memorial service wCl
be held at the Cathedral, of St.
Luke at 730 a.m. with a cere.
mony of laying a wreath at the
plaque In memory of General
Qontas. This will be followed
immediately In the Columnar
lunj Chapel with, a wreath to be
presented in memory of those
who save their lives in the
building of the Canal, and also
ior veterans of botn world wars
and former wars of the United
According; to Dean Malnert
Peterson of the Cathedral, this
la. the, first time a short memo memorial
rial memorial service will be held in con connection
nection connection with the wreath-laying
ceremony. ; j.,,-.- i
At 8:30 there will be a celenra.
lion of-the Holy Communion in
tn cathedral with' special in in-ee
ee in-ee Will n:;!l a rr
forming at the Mt. Los r:i
Park at 10 a.m., and gum di directly
rectly directly te the cemetery.. f f-There
There f-There will not be a reviewing
stand, as in the nast. acnnrriln
to Nick Olson American Llon
Atlantic district Commander
ana chairman of the ioint vet
erans' Memorial Day committee.
H said this year the, services
wm an be held at graveside In
the Mt.- Hope Cemetery. ;The
Panama National Guard as well
as tne colon Bomberoe' Band
win take part in the services.'
' At 1 n.m. services will h held
at. sea, conducted by Chanlaln
m Dftv or the UH. Navy, a tiiir
will leave, the boat landtaa- he-
-ween piera s ana v at I p.m.
. In case of rain these aervlre
will be held at the Cristobal
On the PacIFe side, the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon schedule includes a
"special Memorial Day exercise'
held at the Paraiso Memorial
Plaeoe, at 1 p.m.
As in previous years, the pro pro-gram
gram pro-gram will be supported by ;the
American Legion and the -Veterans
of Forelen Ware. tinit nf
both organizations will be -tep-
This year's program is being MHlfil MkcHC
sponsored by the Army Mothers' 1 Mjwl I'llJlICJ
UlUB With the cooneratinn nf tha
Paraiso Mutual Aid Societies
ana me paraiso Clvle rouncil
wnainnan or the one-hour er.
ercise will be Alfred S. Osborne,
aupervuor or instruction in the
uun American Schools.
On AF Speech
WASHINGTON, May 29 (UP)-Th Army-Air ForCt
feud hit a new low todo with the release of an Air Forci
document, complete with catty marginal notes by the
Army. ; :v, ;;..-;; . ;
At one point, the document said the Air Force "helps
make friends for the United States through its mercy
missions, and other operations. And we must have friends
in this world." 1
In the margin, an Army official had written: "Scares
the pants off some allies."
It includes a Feb. 2S memaran.
dum from Brig. Gen. Robert L.
Scott Jr., Air Force director of
information services. He m a d e
suggestions for a speech Air Force
commanders should make to their
Here are some examnlea from
the speech, followed by the Ar Army's
my's Army's marginal notes:
AIB. FORCE: "Throuehc-ut the
Korean War the Air Force main-
' w the air 1 illy
i i. I sun
aafe in the future." ARMY; Says
f r in
. Th Kxplarer, reputerf, to, be
one of the world', iatest subs,
carries high-test peroxide to
propel her. The peroxide the
''Blonde Bombshell'' fuel used bv
the Germans in their V-l and
V-2 rockets la daneerous and
voiauie. 1 ;
The admiralty said no txplo
aiuo wcui reu ana no one was
injured when the accident hap
pened while the Explorer was
performing its tests in Rothesay
' It was brousht home snd now
is in drydock at the Vickers-
Arnutrong Yard at Barrow, Eng-
iaaa, wnere it was ouuL
The neroxld reportedly ena
Dies the new sub to attain a
limied underwater speed of 21
or 25 knots. It can only be used
ior brier periods such a escap
ing from enemy action, r
The sub has been In commis
sion for only three weeks.
; AIR FORCE: : "There's not a
single person in the Air Force who
is not involved some how as part
of an aerial weapon aystem, This
is true whether the aerial weSpon
is a manned aircraft or a missile"
ARMY: "Here's the new pitch.
AIR FORCE: Resd' all mi
can about the primary mis!oia
asslpnod to the Air Force hv thn
' -i security '' i"7 i
"U hat f' ,f "iese nn.'su,i a-,, t)m5"!.i
:; -, s iwas to make our armed forces
air rnrir-T..'mM( tnA, 1 mor ellectlv- to save the tax tax-i..r
i..r tax-i..r f.M ,. i5JE2? mR,or:,P -money snd to avoid unne-
tsnt fact to b ynilorstood is thst cessary duDlication ARMY- "Vmi
the Air Force must continue to beJTC tht AT. fanTaJ
the mighiest air force k he'iewei. tai lamuy
ihv.. imi. .1.. .,--,1, -.
nuiui. iuu a vvut iuiii uiei r i ." r
AIR FORCE: "The Soviets fear f I '": y
our power in the air ana ipowerlf Jfp ,' f
has been the main reaaon fnr niir.'-
peace and safety so fan It is air-
Sower that gives us. snd our al ales
es ales the best chance fpr ataying
Argentine, SvissjJap Climbers Believed
To Have Scored Historic Himalayan triple
Cabt. Donald R. Clark, v- Aboard
' also was Mai. Georee O. Ham
brick, who will act as the rescue
mission commander represent representing
ing representing the Rescue Coordination!
Center at Albrook. The H-19 was
piloted byv Capt. William B.
Mount Dhaulagiris the last of
the major unclimbed Himalayan
peaks, and the South Americans
may already have beaten hv
Officials here beleved the
fine weather which boosted
the Swiss to the top of the
world on May 23 and 21 could
have brought victory te the
But there had been ho word
from the expedition for several
weeks. !, ... ; .-. :
The Nepalese forelen ministry.
The Panama Line shio Cristobal which is responsible for contact
ia due to arrive at Cristobal at with mountaineering expedi-
9:43 tomorrow morning, accwlingltVons, took special measures to
,to"word received today-at Balboa! collect information on the' Ar-
Heights. 1 -, v. : 1 gentines. -' f -'
To Arrive Early
Their victory over Dhanlagl Dhanlagl-rf,
rf, Dhanlagl-rf, the eighth highest peak in
the world, would make 1951 t
historic year ef trlple-tr'amph
over altitude. s
On May t, a Japanese team
ascended 26,857-ioot MSnueiu.
one of three unclimbed summits
among the world's ten tallest.
And news reached here yester yesterday
day yesterday that the Swiss' conquered
Lhotse, the fourth highest in
the world at 27,890 feet on May
The Swiss then' accomplished
another major feat in- climbing
Everest two days in a row, May
23 ana 2.. --. -" v'-
S r Edmund Hillary, the' New
Zealander who. with Sherpa
Tensing Norkay first triumph triumphed
ed triumphed over Everest's height exact
ty three years ago today, of of-fered
fered of-fered monntalneers a new
challenge following the Swiss
In a congratulatory message
from New Zealand, Hillary said
he would like to attempt Mount
Everest from, the north side. ;
It was from the south the
Nepalese side of this interna international
tional international peak-that the British in
1953 and the Swiss last week
made their victorious approach
Everest's north is Tibet. It was
the traditional attack route for
unsuccessful assaults before
World Wsr IL Since the war, Ti
bet has been under Communist
influence and, now, outright
communist control, western ex
Ml2l,Es!es Race j
In Tbriia Prb
MIAMI, My 29 (UP) Florida
voters choose between Adlai Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson and Sen. Estes Kefauver in
a significant democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential preferential primary today.
Both candidates threw their full
weignt into an extended campaign
which political observers through-
oiu me nation considered crucial.
State electiod officials redietd
Hondas 2s convention votes will
ne decided by a total of some 450,,
w votes, only one-third of the
state's registered democrats, how-
eyer.,: v v-The
The v-The closing days of the cam
paign saw a bitter personal duel
between Kf'auver and Stevenson
bat three were few differences on
such controversial issues as segre-.
gation, foreign affairs and farm
policy.' ... ;' .- hi ;
The forecast called for hot and
sunny weather with widely scat scattered
tered scattered showers in central and south
The polls at the L779 precincts
opened at 7 a.m. local time and
Rezch jO,D mph
peaiuons have, not been auowea will close at 1 p.m. West Florida,
there. - ; r ton Central Standard Time, votes an
The full Story Of the JaDanese hmir hhind th remainder nf ihm
conquest or Alanasiu ana ine tate.
Swiss climb of Everest and
Lhoste still remains to be told
The expeditions are not ex
pectea oacx here from tne moun- suits msy
tains until about June 8. .'1:30 p.m,
Because of a short ballot and
voting' machines in more than half
SAN FRANCISCO, May 29
(UP) Midget models of future
intercontinental ballistic mtisiles
have reached speeds of 10,000
mph the greatest ever achieved
by man-made objects.
The National Advisory Com
mittee for Aeronautics revealed
the record speed in a cautious
outline of progress toward de development
velopment development of missiles that can
stand the terrtrie neat generat generated
ed generated when they, burst back
through the atmosphere en
route to targets. , ,
- Future intercontinental mis missiles
siles missiles will .;; streak from their
launching points into soace and
re-enter the earth's atmosphere
at meteoric : speeds, creating
temperatures of Z0,ooo degrees.
Preventing them from evapo
rating is one oi tne major proo proo-lems
lems proo-lems science faces.
US kid Ready
Jo Waive Ovnsrship
Of Philippine Basel
MANILA, P.I.; May 29 UP)-A
presidential palace source said to
day the United States is preaped
to waive its claim to ownership of
military bases in the Philippines.
The source ssid Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles indicated
this willingness to President Ra
mon Magsaysay last March when
Dulles stopped over in Manila.
Title to bases in the Phillippines
wss claimed in an opinion laid
down in 1954 by U.S. Attorney
uenerai Herbert nrowneu. The
Brownell opinion was strongly con
tested by high. officials here and
has been strongly -criticized by
Presidential palace sources said
it joint Philippine-American state
ment was being prepared on the
ownersnip question ana mat u pre presumably
sumably presumably will recognize the Philip,
pine position that the territory on
which the American bases are lo
cated belongs to the Philippines.
The Malacanang, or presidential
palace, source, said there will be
negotiation for a revision of the
1947 Philippine-American military
bases agreement for the purpose
of establishing the size of the bas
es and settling issues concerning
The tslks -are expected toi tske
place soon after the arrival here
of the new American ambassador,
Albert S. Nufer. But today the em embassy
bassy embassy has "no comment" on the
Slated For Sunday
The annual baccalaureate aerv.'
ices for the graduating class of
Balboa High School will be held
m.. t ...i.tu. suikut inemocB at tne utan o
research agency disclosed lSJ JMrvi-ce,' wU1
yesterday that it has developed J?1,, JX
a "light-gas gun" at its Moffett
Field laboratory which fires mis missiles
siles missiles of three-quarter inch dia diameter
meter diameter ; into pressurized tanks.
Air in the tanks can be pressur
ized to simulate any desired al
The NACA said that it ts de.
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WASHINGTON, May 29-(UP
President Eisenhower may
make ihe final decision on
whether t3en. Nathan F Twin Twining,
ing, Twining, Air Force Chief of Staff,
accepts Russia's invitation to its
air show in Moscow. N
The invitation came as in-
formed sources disclosed the So Soviet
viet Soviet union suggested last year
that the United States and the
Soviet Union stage an exchanee
visit of- warshlos. Aooarentlv
the United States rejected that
The Air Force said onlv that
the Twining- 'invitation is now
But, well-informed state' De
partment officials suggested to- -day
the- reply to the invitation
will.be decided at the highest
Two Russian Embassy officials
delivered the' invitation yester yesterday
day yesterday at the Pentagon. It had
been expected publicly since
last week,:;,-'' -lf"
Report said It would include
top Air Force officials or possi
bly the entire Joint Chiefs of
The Air Force said the Krem
lin informed U.S. Ambassador j
Charles E. Bohlen. in Moscow
during the weekend that it was
The invitation that finally
was delivered formally asked
Twlnine to attend the annual
Soviet air force celebration in
Moscow June 24. It said nothing
about Twinlng's aides. k
Russia already has extended
an invitation to top British air
iorce omcers. Britain accepted.
San Bias Houseboy
Sentenced To Jail ;
For Swipinq Watch
A San Bias houseboV who atnT'
a $40 watch from his employer; an
The program will be hlehliiht
ed by an address to be given by
Rev. Oscar W. Olsen. The benedic-
tinn will tw! sivh Su T ,t
Campbell. C, M.; and the invoca- Air Force colonel, today, waa (en,
tion will be given by Rev. Rob-'tenced to spend the next 10 days
art f. Gussick. v-h--."?. to Jail. :: ;: .,-; r-' .,
The Balboa High School chor-' The defendant, 24-year-old Daniel
us, under the direction, of victor Morns, wss found guilty of petit
l Said that It I ue-l A tlarr will in "Ph-niKim Rnna larrano tnAmn in k. D.IK..
veloping a larger device which; NoV ? sfritVi cSurt. "T;
will produce speeds of 16.000) Although no tickeU sre needed He was employed ss'a'housboy
mph. aoPrOximatelV the SDeed for arimUainn. onlv tha mrrnlt nf for f"nl DnniM I. P.it f IK,t'
th stste's precincts, decisive re-; that gigantic Intercontinental1 the graduatea have been asked to The watch was recovered by thtV
ne xnowp as esriy as. missiles win reach on thelriattend since the aeafing capacity, air police. Morris had been work work-.
. work-. i i'death-dealing missions.' ;, v of the theater is limited. ing at Albrook for many years.
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QUAKER OATS AND THE STATE DEPARTMENT
Recently Drew Pearson suggested that the Quaker Oats
Company had been well repaid for its contributor to Repub Republican
lican Republican campaign -funds. He referred to Vice Pres dent Nixon
manHn. maHoi tn lino hum that also advertised doit ra-
tlonii sold by the Company.
Btuart, big shot in the company, had been given toe. Ambassa Ambassadorship
dorship Ambassadorship to Canada and that Donald B. Lourie, president of
u Quaker Oats, had- been made an Under secretary of State. But
Pearson did not ten wnai umne aia ior u tcpiu.uii.
His Job was to use his best business brains to streamline
the department This he did by hiring the firm of R. Heller,
management consultants, to clean up the mess left by the
Democrats. The firm made a survey from July 1953 to May
1964, for the small sum of $230,140. "Mr. Lourie was devoting
all his time on this work," a representative of the management
Arm testified to the House committee on Government Opera
Although two surveys of the Department had recently been
t completed, according to The Reporter, and two more were on
the way, Mr. Lourie Ignored them. He testified that he had
heard of some other reports, but did not read them.
Mr; Lourie came to the State Department for on year, only
i and probably didn't have time to read so many reports. He
did not tell the Heller company about this until the day before
J he resigned. That left both the State Department and the
: management consultants holding the sack in a way. )
Here Is ft part of the exchange between Mr. Lourie and
,V Rep. Henry S. Reuss, Democrat of Wisconsin, of the Government
; Operations Committee: n
REUSS: Mr. Dulles then knew from the beginning that you
: .: did not expect to be here much more than a year?
LOURIE: He certainly did.
reuss; And at t.ho time
tne extension oi tne Heuer coniraci, you anuupaiea mat you
t would be gone before Heller finished his Job, and you would
I not be able to put Into effect the recommendations that he
LOURIE: x That Is right.
j REUSS: And had you reason to believe that there was any
! ehance that your successor was going to do these things with
-, any fervor stuff that you had Initiated? Did you have any
Idea who was going to be your
' v LOURIE: I did not. I had
T? ; Mr. Lourie could not havehad the slightest Idea" about
his successor, because no successor has ever,, been appointed.
But there were a lot bfouier
"the slightest idea about." The
': After Mr. Lourie left, we
tag a boss, we could not perform.'1 ;;.,Tnree weeks later they
; wrote the secretary of state
I. contract an Invitation Url
i r The committee is now 'having,, a tough time, finding out
' what happened to the report, Mr. Lourie remembers that the
. , firm made more than 20 recommendations, of which "two. or
three" were adopted. : .,
TLi Nobody was left, at State to follow up, and Mr. tourle'a own
Interest promptly evaporated.
He could not evaluate tne report, ne told tne committee.
"The only way I could answer that would be ta.see the recom recommendations,
mendations, recommendations, and I have not read the report."
'All of which was not so Rood for the State Department, but
did get the management firm a. big fee, and. the Quaker Oats
Company some good free advertising for Jts dote food when V. P.
Nixon honored the dog hero with a medal, furnished by the
Company. :. ...
It seems that this would not be complete unless the Quaker
Oats Company sends a case of that dog food to Checkers, the
famous Nixon dog. So that, gentle readers, is how the state
Department got streamlined. : .... 1 '"'
We have Just been reading a piece In The New tfork Times
by Its chief Washington correspondent James Reston in which
he says the House Government Operations subcommittee re reports
ports reports that lines of authority in the State Department are so
divided that managerial control is next to impossible. The re
sult Is, the committee reports,
The 1 report.; added that administrative management was
"woefully weak" and that management of funds was "not only
complex but incredible." Attention was also called to $245,000
spent lor a management survey that has been largely ignored.
It's just too bad that Mr. Lourie couldn't have remained in
Washington long enough to read that report.
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eta kaaaWa to whollf wotioaalia!
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PMpaatibiUrr to ft tM a art a earaiaai
He mentioned that R. Douglas
vou entered Into the contract foricnmmuni.ot prtv'. Nntinni wT.
not the slightest Idea.
things MrLoune. aicurt have
Heller management people tes-
were in We paction of not nav-
suggesting, wjaf he-terminate the
Dulles aeceptedL -5:
that "there are five state Depart.'
161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA
This tolumi has beea prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel'i still ioI ioI-sowing
sowing ioI-sowing a bedside conference wiik
the stricken columnist)
Teh best medicine I've hid since
April s came a few hours after
left the hospital ?and returned
home. It-was a phone call from
n internationally -j famed N labor
leader in Washington who describ-
jed what appears to be the start
in labor and political circles of
an effective counter attack on
we moDs. : ..
First move- towards.- cleaning do
win come trom ueorge Meany,
president of the AFL-CIO. when
the federation's executive council
meets in the capital on June 4.
Meany will push. for. a new code
of conduct to euide the nation's
powerful, unions, in their dealings
with labor groups outside the
AiL-cio. It is specifically aimed
at corrupt and Communist outfits
now seeking to sneak back. into,
good graces. 'y-ij
The code will spell out reauisites
under which such groups can be
taken back into the merged labor
organization. It will slam the
doors on penetration by either the
underworld or the underground.
Immediate tareets are element
in the independent international
Longsnoremens' Assn.. expelled
from the AFL in 1953 for being
racket-dominated. Meany is push pushing
ing pushing to prevent mutual assistance
pacts such as the one- that had
been planned between the Teams Teamsters
ters Teamsters and the ILA.I But. the. labor
chiefs are concerned with more
thin just the waterfront Diet which
They are also disturbed bv the
prospect of miss' reinfiltritioit of
tne adl-uo by the oro-Commu
nist labor apparatus. In the oast
year Aixriiu auuiares nave Uk.-
en in entire unions or liree chunks
of unions dominated by oro-Com-
munists. Among those who have
wormed their way back into the
Ariiu tnrougn deals are the
Furriers' Union; whose former
president was a member of' the
ecutive Committee; the old Farm
Equipment Workers: and the Unit
ed Electrical Workers, long the!
ncnest and most powerful strong stronghold
hold stronghold of the Sovieteers. V -- n
The June 4 top command, meet
mg will re-affirnv the 'AFL-CIO
constitutional ban on deals or mer mergers
gers mergers with expelled outfits.
The AFLCIO's. policing group -J
will also swing into ictipa. It will!
pore over the recent? report oi
lootingi and Other abses oT we
fare andt pension funds issued -by
a Senate, subcommittee 'headed by
.The -Douglas report gives iacti,
figuresj: and aamef of crofck-1
unions lmdltiflethlcanaboi 6fil-
cials. The report will sprf Uhej
,uucai- rracuces "uommiweetne
job of digging p evidence. The
evioence u were ..in-k oiacK ana
white 365 pages ot it. t
Since the mob has beea milking
an estimated 1 10,000,000 a year
from union welfare and pension
funds, effective action by the AFL
-CIO can put a king-sized dent in
the lush "take" which, .finances
so many nderworld $ activities.
Hayes,? I .am told, intends to re recommend
commend recommend strong remedial action
when his investigation is complet completed.
ed. completed. .... . ..v'.l
There are refreshing signs ol
action against the mob on the to
litical front as well. In community
after community political, leaders
are beguinma to fight back. Es
pecially encouraging is what is
happening in Ohio.
There, Mike DiSalle,- former
mayor of Toledo and once a stormy
Washington figure, 1 is running for
Governor on the Democratic Tick
et. He is pegging much of his am4
paign on the fight agamst rackets
fin the Buckeye; state. ;
DiSalle .'came: to wasnjnKtn re
cently and had. a JonE steaiKht-
from-the-shoulder talk with one of
the country's leading labor policy
makers. DiSalle told- the.;- union
chief that he was out after the
labor hoods and intended to punch
hard.. He' was told rto go" ahead.
DiSalle waa assured that there
would be no criticism -of him if
he took off aeainst labor rack
eteers. Word was that, the. decent
union officials on top-are ready
for such a fight that they, want
it made, In fact.VKBH..
This is a tar cry from tne oia
divs not so old at" that when- you
recall that in 1951,; 5 top AFL
officials pblicly issed ii '; report
saying that they had investigated
and found no crime or racketeer.
ing on the New York 'waterfront.
... .1 J n.C.Il.'. a4.MM.anl.
would have provoked' anguished
screams of "anti labor from
some labor, chiefs. ....
The Ohio Democrat's declare
tlnn nf war on the mob has been
echoed by Repblican Sen. George
Bender who is up for reelection
in the same state. Some Repub Republican
lican Republican candidates there tell me that
they also will make the, anti-crime
crusade an important part of their
campaigning. t. v
If this doble-sqeeze on the mob
by top labor and political figures
spreads and is maintained we
may yet see the lid Tipped off
the national crime cuummo.
V 'KM 1 J
r yr; -' His Unscientific Name Is 'Farm Vote'
WASHINGTON fNEAV Some
of the funny businesses operated
1 M .
oy U.S. government- aeencies
don't look so funny when an ex
amination is made of why they
were created and why Congress
has appropriated money year
after year to keep; them going.
Budget Bureau's first inventory
of commercial-tvne enternrises
run by the government a h o w
nearly 20,000 now in operation.
Thia ; report will be seized with
gusto bi private business organi organi-iationa.7They
iationa.7They organi-iationa.7They have been' trying to
get ohe government out of com competition
petition competition -with them for years, with
out knowing exactly. what they
"Now Suf should knowi VC'
FJiminstinf government civilian
aftencies front' the field-of private
business, may prove just as dif difficult
ficult difficult as' getting thia competition
'Pop wants me to finish medical school btfors I burdsn
. myself with a Wifs! Is wife a big burden, mom?"
offers fastest v
on plant itrvict i o
LOS Af.GELES end
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By PETER EDS0N
out of national defense. After three
'years of trying, Dept of Defense
1 .1.1. I-. M
has. been able to close only 32
commercial-type enterprises out
of its 662.
There are two prlncial road
Congressmen oppose liquidating
these enterprises because that
takes government payrolls out of
Also, certain arguments, can al always,,
ways,, always,, be made far ( their con-
unuince. - f
, For. .instance, there are 117
farms ooerated bv Veterans Ad
ministration. Depts. of, Justice
and of -Healths .Education and
. Most of them are VA farms
operated for rehabilitation of sick
and wounded, veterans. ., The
DHEW farm provides occupa-
1M r Nf A IvriM. M
. y v.'
tional therapy for patients' in gov.
eminent Hospitals, cor tne same
mirpase, PHEW evearun, a rtKWSSE
Dept of Justice1 farms are op operated
erated operated by Bureau of Prisons, to
give convicted criminals work and
also to raise food for their own
reaerai rnson inausines aiso
operate. 34 of the. 305 manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing establishments in government
civilian agencies. Two of them
can,; fruits,' vegetables, soups,
jams and jellies.1 V
Nearly half 4S per cent of
all government commercial activ-
itie? are in' transportation and
storage services. ". .;
' n 1
D( dL .of Aeririiltnra'k. 4.500
grain storage installations for sur-i
pmsv crops account tor most of
this.. It is.a.200-million-dolar in investment
vestment investment to store over eight
billion dollars worth of surpluses.
It may not make much aense,
but it's authorized by law and
considered -1 ecessary for main maintaining
taining maintaining the farm economy.
. The government runs three
railroads, 49 water, 134 air trans transportation
portation transportation services., plus 4,753
trucking and warehousing
General Services Administra Administration
tion Administration has a 31-million-doilar ware
housing business to. stockpile stra
tegic materials considered aeces
sary for national defense..
The U.S. Post Office Dept., with
8,000 custodial services, is the
largest janitoring operation in the
country. But now cut it dowm
The department now operates
at a 500-miUion-dollar-a-year def
icit It could be made to break
even, by raising postal rates, but
Congress won't go along on that
, Armed services post exchanges
and commissaries aren't included
in this- inventory. But aside from
them, the government operates 13
wholesale establishments, mostly
to supply Veterans Administration
hospitals, i Of the government s
298 retail establishments. 220 are
Bureau of Indian Affairs cafeteri cafeterias
as cafeterias for school feeding. Most are so
remote and small they couldn't be
operated for a profit
Of the government's 228 laua,
dries, 142 are at Veterans' hos
pitals. There are 498 government
auto repair services and garages.
The theory on which the govern,
ment runs these establishments is
that it is cheaper for Uncle Sam
to do it himself than to let some
private contractor do it.
. From the taxpayers' standpoint,
that will have to be the ultimate
test on how many of these 20,000
cemmerciai-type businesses can
Pour flights wtakly en DC-4 Clippars
' 9 vt Gwatomala and les Angeles :
. Ts sf thus an Ralnktv tourist fltghta step
at laaagtw aai tvi at Ita tahndtr. '
Psr ths fartiit, mast tlraet stmts ta Us Is
a ilM ssi Su Francises asks row ut toll
Pss anerlcai Cllppar flight.
MOST IXTHIfNCtB AIKIINI
Street Na. 5, Tel. 2-Q67Q .
Solos Bldg, Tel. 1097 v
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WASHINGTON Cong. Victor
wickershim, the Oklahoma Demo Democrat
crat Democrat .who eomplains that a con.
gressmin's salary is too low to
live Ofl. continue in Knit,
his colleagues and Washington
realtors by the way he's able to
roll up profits. Not only does he
seem to have an uncanny instinct'
ior AnowiDg in advance where -the
guyernmeni is going to place new
uuuuings, out ne Has a knack tm
acquiring real estate for next to
nothing. v v ,' I
Take, for instance, hisxacquisi-
tion of 882.5 arren nf UnH'inM innfthoa halm in email Wsl r4
uj;cm f io me ,vergiades Na-
tional Park in Southpm Finria
It didnt cost him a sinriel lolitanr
Herer according to the congress
man s own explanation, is how he
manged this, real-estate legerde legerdemain.
main. legerdemain. Wkkersham heard that the late
u. a. Mcoougal, once of Sa Sa-pulpa,
pulpa, Sa-pulpa, Okla., (home own of Mrs.
Tom Dewey) had left .17,650 acres
near the Everftlade Natinnai prk
when -. he died. So Wickersham
made deal with the widow and
two McDougal daughters to take
an option to purchase for $10 an
acre, or aitotal of $176,500. This
was a, bargain, Inasmuch; as oil
has been found in and around that,
area. ; r:: '.i-
The 'astute congressman, whn
humbly says he was "reared on a
cotton, wheat, and dairy farm"!
near Mangum, Olkls,,' then scared
up some other realtors to whom
he sold 90 per cent of the land for
100 per cent of .what it cost him.
In return, he kept 5 per cent or
82.5 acres as his fee. r
.nose wno came in on the deal
were Gene Olmi, Dr. W. T. Burch,
and Tim- McCue. aU of Alexamlria
Va.; Edgar F Burch of Fort
Lauderdale, and Allan Bruzee of
Washington. In- other words, they
put up me money, wickersham, got
nice counx ot iana iree.
Note .Wkkersham' also' ac
quired 376 acres on the ..Potomac
Kiver which Uie Geological Sur
vey now covets; also bought eight
being located; negotiated for land
in Virginia near the. future Central
Intelligence Agency building; and
owns two tracts of land in Western
Maryland between the proposed
Geological Survey site,; and the
new Atomic Energy Commission
.The cha,ngeableness' pf Ezra Ben-
son. in ;. wanting, to sell his cotton
lucnlus. then nnt ; ciiinff if then
JjrpmlsfAa;ett L,then ; with,!
nriw ns. jr jia i nncrrccm.iw
Jamie.. ."Whitten, "".of '' ,. liissisiippi ;
really sore. ; I ... ' -;
"I seem wrought up and'i am,"
ne said iranklv tn Een.snn'x Ai-
iumui oki ciary, m. u. JUCViaui,
n;nnk "eiitfir-j. -- 9 -r.i.,u.
at a special, approDriations sub
committee 1 meeting, called after
Congress learned that Benson had
reiusea to aea us.ouo- Dales of cot cotton
ton cotton after receiving foreign offers
lor it wnlcn Benson considered
too low.,n;,' -i
Your faUure to sell, nhe con
gressman pointed out, "has forced
drestic slashes in cotton acreage.
As a result 55,000 families have
been forced ou their farms. Mean,
while, foreign countries ?are ex expanding
panding expanding their,, acreage?; at r our
expense," ? : A v .,. v
Congressman Whitten had in
mind the following chanter of re-
versals in the variegated, unpre-
aiciaDie cotton policy of the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration:
1. Last August Secretary Benson
wanted to seu u cotton surplus
aoroaa. at competmve world
prices, but Secretary of State
Dulles said no. He argued,' among
other things, that if .would alienate
Egypt- i; ? -. -' f, -j
2. Egypt bartered, her cotton lor
Communist arms. and. regardless
of Dulles',. butter-up-Egypt policy,
nroeMded to blast tha ITnit-ii
States daily over the Cairo radio,
s, un ceo.28, Benson announcea
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that U.S. .surplus cotton- woul4 "fce nH
sold abroad. -Critics claimed this H
wis done in order to win over two
Mississippi votes, Eastland ar4
Stennis, against the v DemocraC'
farm bin. .
4. Benson's Commodity Credit
Cornoration threw his entire sun
plus of 6,700,800 bales on the world "1
market. But, after getting bids for i
828,000 bales, he withdrew most of--
it and sold onlv 10.000 bales.
This was what made the Missis
sippi congressman really sort,
F.arh-r in Jinuarv K-nnn had
and sow it successfully.
DUMrlNw tO T TUN 'l lm
"We sell 1,000,000 bales and" it
moves in a short time," exclaimed T
Whitten. f'But what do you do? uo
You flianre your regulations and so
wait only two months before yow iovJ
oner any more and then you offer :u
the whole lot, placing- a floor oa ni
what bids you win accept!, i -t:
m mis poini AicL,ain jumpea w
the defense of the Commodity
Credit Corporation. . s :
"I think you would have been
the first to criticize us if we had
accepted all the bids under any
type of purchase like this,." pro
tested the Agriculture official. '1 i
"We nave people who would like
to even steal if they, xould. That
is only natural and good' bugi
nesS." . .-,, I-"-; .;
Whitten agreed that extremely
low bids have to be rejected in.
order to avoid ; injury W foreign-'"
cotton growers. But, .he insisted. "4
the CCC had definitely encouraged
low bids by throwing its entire ;
stock of 6,700,000 bales on the -r
market Instead, the Mississippi
Democrat declared, the CCC
should offer its cotton a little bit i
at a time. .
"You. are toncemed about" the rv
CCC,", said Whitten. "So ram l
But you are missing ac broader
point If you channel ail the -United
States cotton into! the CCC .i
and have to keep on sitting on it,
and hold it paying storage, while
we lose our foreign markets for forever,
ever, forever, you have' not really protect protected
ed protected it or the American, taxpayer
either.''. V-i. .,
I agree with you.", nodded Mc-
Lam. '; ?
: He promised Whrtten there!
would be no let-up in efforts : ta TCf
dispose of the surplus as previous'
iy promised oy uenson. irur.
, II& BUSINESS POLITICIAN j.iV
it imnft Aff-Atr -fttot kitt Kiiafnssatorfrf
ness. But Charles-' w. Engemara,.s;
snip owner oi mi nr-nuns n,nKi-
4rd industries and among the lOJi,
I wealthiest men in America, claims
that the tremendous trend toward,! J
mrrsers in uic u.o.n.' is -u
fliimce toward socialism. As a re- I
suit,1, he,' r1. ifweracd abot i
"A big business administration
10 me poini wnere uic weuara
state will take over unless we are a
very careful." ; says EngelharoV
"Opportunity,'' he continues, 'can
be killed by bigness, and I Jm
afraid that bigness today, under
the:, Republicans, is Ukuig away,,,1;;
INOt sausiiea wiui incieiy ; w
Siressing opinions, Engelhard
uraped into the political arena to,;j;f
run lor. omce- at me rowes. levei. w
Last ; year he ran for the New n
Jersey Senate as a Democrat, and
despite an 8-1 Republican registrar ,
tion lost, by only 370 votes out of J.;
40,000 cast However, he managed
to roll up the greatest record any
erset County. He may be a'figure !;
to watch, not 4niy jn the :busmess ; -world,
bt in politics. : ( ::f '.,
Dl HbT lunch"7" Yf
ing statio j attendant H. D.- Penn r
anrri.fa fminl mn A tlaaanfi f ATI
the, motor of a truck. "Fellow, did
you" know-there's a can of bean 5i
Dan. v, ttt nm fh.'
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ply! "It should be nice, and hot
Answer to Previous Puxxls
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Indian -. 39 Asterisk i
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28 Exerted to T grasses
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(contr.) : 0
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92 Indonesian of.
34 Tried ..
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TCTSSAY, MAY 19. 1351
tee Panama 45trxicAji a rxvmyQT.xr DAttt irnrsrAra
Kansas Gity Attorney Wins
.lis t ria In Tax Conspiracy
ST. LOUIS, May 23 (UP)'- A
Kansas City attorney, who suffer suffered
ed suffered s heart attack after testifying,
won a mistrial yesterday in his
prosecution with .two former Tru
man, administration officials ac accused
cused accused of tax evasion conspiracy.
Federal District Judge Rubey
M. Hulen declared a 'mistrial in
the case of Harry L Schwimmer,
So, after a court appointed phy physician
sician physician and the defendant's private
physician agreed his continued.
presence at ta trial woum jeopar jeopardize
dize jeopardize bis life. r-
Hulen refused to declare mis
trials in the cases of T. ,-Lamar
Caudle, former head of the Jus Jus-tic
tic Jus-tic Department's ta division,
and Matthew J. Connelly; former
White House aide to former Pres
ident Truman. I
The-, lurr was sent from the
courtroom while the mistrial mo-
in the opinion of Schwimmer's
physician in the belief the .trial
might endanger his health.
The government has charged
that Connelly and Caudle accent
ed oil royalties from Schwimmer
in return for the use of their in
fluence to help Irving Sachs avoid
prosecution or, in case of trial.
to avoid prison on income tax
Sachs, a client of Schwimmer's.
has pleaded guilty to evading $128, $128,-000
000 $128,-000 in income taxes and has been
fined $40,000. He was not sentenc
ed to jaiL v .,. ; ... ;'
' Charles Margiottl, Caudle's at
torney, moved to have a mistrial)
declared in Caudle a case on the
grounds it was intertwined with
Schwimmer, John Lashly, Consel-
ly s attorney, also requested a mis
trial, claiming it would be preju
dicial to continue because j much
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
tinm vera considered. After.
imin MrtM tim nirv rnuimm la m uie Kuveniineiu a cue io
I resume neanng ue cua us. vau-iiciami vm w ovuwuuiun,-
I die and Connelly. Wyllys Newcomb, special assist-
J Schwimmer, who suffered ant attorney general, told the
,C heart- attack last week after tes- judge the government had intro-
tifyinc briefly, was not in court duced enough evidence to continue
Dr. Walter Baumgartner Jr., a the proceedings against, the
tourt appointed doctor, concurred former officials.
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West Narih East
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Pass SIT Pass
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Pass.- Pass .Pass
Opening leaf-V 4
juiuii urye wuiiu ruuu udii.i
To Block World-wide Red Drive
WASHINGTON. Msv "M (XTP -mMit t. wr. f fc. A..ifc;i;H.
aen. w. Kerr Scott urged Congress of nunc this eountaVa fond ur.
bank" to help block the Commu-I But he said the department
tust drive to recruit "hundreds of unable to support" either plan be.
minions oi nungry people around cause of the prospective' h e a v
the globe. .--." cost, administrative -.difficulties
rne North Carolina Democrat and the threit that the wnuM
tow Senate Foreign Relations, disrupt normal trade and inter-
suocommittee that "No more ef- ference with private enterprise.
fective weapon could be foraed fori As the hearing opened. Chair-
use in the battle against interna-; m Hubert H. Humphrey (Dr
The subcommittee la consider
ing a resolution by Scott and Sen.
James E. Murray (D-Mont) to set
up a food bank modeled after the
Minn.) accused the administration
of a "shocking" failure to make
the best possible use of U. S. food;
and fiber surpluses.
- Humphrey said the United
International Bank for Recon-.Sktes wil1 be "in continuing trou trou-struction
struction trou-struction and Development. .. ble if all we can do is talk, talk,
ocoti and Murray also are:"1 aooui now Digger do bids we
Dispute Features Opening Of Debate
Oii Multi-Billion Dollar Road Bill
WASHINGTONr May 29 (UP leral government would put up
The Senate opened debate on its
. muiUihiiiinn dollar highway' bill
- yesterday and immediately bog
ged down in a dispute over a pro pro-:
: pro-: posed formula for distributing road
funds to tne sraies.
Sen.: Prescott Bush (R;. Conn.)
. chareed that the .' Democratic
drafted formula would be "mon-
strously unfair"-and would pre
' vent completion of a 40,000-mile
interstate highway aystem
But Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.),
. sponsor of the proposal, insisted
- It would be the fairest way to dis
tribute the -money among the
. states; He described a different
. House-approved plan, as i';hapha-
sard and inequitable."
. The Senate met twa hours esr esr-'
' esr-' liar than usual In an effort ta fat
a final vote by tonight en me
') 37 billion dollar highway mea-
sure biggest in i the nation's
' The House already hat approved
" l hugs 5m billion dollar, highway
, constroction program. The Senate
total is smaller -because some of
Uhe House programs would be ex-
Lienaea over a longer penou m
Under the Senate bill, the fed-
Fcr 3:r.kn Ccart
nefcsed In D. C.
WASHINGTON.- May 79- (UPV-
The Supreme Court has, refused to
.order establishment, of a-three-
iudee federal court 'in Memphis,
Tenn., to hear a petition, by Ne
groes for immediate admission, to
Memphis State College..
The brief .order leaves the case
in the Sixth. U.S. Circuit: Court
f Appeals. ,i i
The case stemmed from a de decision
cision decision by Federal Judge Marion
S. Boyd of Memphis approving
Tennessee's plan to admit Ne-
groes to state colleges. gradually
from now until 1959.; r
Besides taking the case to the
sixth circuity the Negroes filed a
separate appeal in the Supreme
Court 'on grounds that Boyd should
have convened a special three-
: judge panel to 'hear the complaint
instead of 'disposing of it himself.
' Except for the border-line esse
from Ohio, the Memphis appeal is
the first to .reach the high court
. with the issue of gradualism in involved.
volved. involved. It is now Involved only in.
directly, however,, with the main
issue being ,oyd s procedure.
. .- a '. t V. ..
nearly 3o billion dollars for a 40.-
000-mile superhighway network
linking 42 state -capitals and most
large cities, some of tne money
would go for urban, primary and
The states' share would be
slightly more than 7 billion dol
lars. To help defray costs, the bill
would increase federal taxes on
such items as gasoline, diesel fuel,
tires, buses, trucks and trailers
This would raise about $14,400,.
uuu.ooo over a 16-year penod.
Gore, chairman of a public
works subcemmittoe which
drafted the Senate bill. Insisted
on the wisdom of his plan to al allocate
locate allocate federal funds an the basis
of a state's population, area and
rural read mileage. -But
Bush said he brefers the
House distribution plan, under
which federal funds would be al allocated
located allocated on the basis of cost esti estimates
mates estimates submitted by the States. He
said the Gore plan would give 30
states about 5 billion dollars more
than they eoftd use and deny the
funds to oth-r states.
Bush said Gore's bill is "decep
tive because it would never build
this national system" while taxing
among 23 co-sponsors of a similar
resolution to set up an interna
tional food and raw materials re
Bff . . u
murriT. wno also MstifiMi. m.
dorsed both proposals. But he
particularly urged approval of the
"raw materials reserve" to be on-
erated .through the United Na-
The State Departmedt opposed
Thorsten V.. Kalijarvl, deputy
assistant secretary of state for
economic affairs, said the depart-
In the play of difficult trump
tWOj contracts it usually pays to de
velop a long siae suit before yoa
iinisn arswing ine trumps.' : i
South followed this general nrin-
ciple in today's hand, but ha for
got, to notice .wnen be was safe
He won the first trick with the
ace of hearts, drew two rounds of
m-umps with the king and queen.'
ana men quite properly left thel
last trump in dummy in order to
begin the diamonds. 1
Declarer continued with the king
and ace of diamonds, discovering
that each opponent could follow
suit twice. The diamonds could not
break badly, and : South should
have drawn the last trump and' There were 155 coal mine fitali fitali-given
given fitali-given up one diamond trick to ties in the first four months of the
make sure w me siam. lm compared With
u souui waniea io
Coal Mine Mishaps
Ki!l 33 In Aprilg y
WASHINGTON Mi m rm'
The Bureau of Mines reported to-
ujr urn coai mine accidents in
AprU cost 33 lives, one less than
in March.-'.' ,
can build" and "talk. talk, talk a-
bout now much food we have."
The Minnesota Democrat com
manded-both proposals and said
"If we can't figure out how to use
one billion bushels of wheat and
10 or -12 million bales of cotton,
I'm afraid we will never be able
to bring peace to the world.
Ship Runs Agrciir.d
Off Halifax IlEit
play for an during the comoarable nri i.
extra trick without risk,. he couldlTear.- c v ; ....... i
lead the jack of diamonds with without
out without drawing the last trump. But
then he. would have to discard
from the dummy, if West played a
low diamond, rather than ruff. He
could afford to ruff in dummy only
if west played the queen of dia
When the hand was played, how
ever, soutn made the mistake oi
ruffing a low diamond with dum
my's last trump. East overruffed.
of course, and West still had to
win another trick with the queen
As you may lmagaine. South
hasn't yet managed to explain to
his partner how be went down at
this slam contract, ,.:
West Vireinii tnnniil h. s..n
mj mi wiui u mine deaths,
vcimajivunia nia seven lauiities:
Kentucky and Virginia ...k!
Ohio two, and Alabama, Illinois!
Oklahoma, and Utah, one each.
There hava hnn n maw mi..
, ... N4UI
aisasxer tor n months. A major
uisasiei u qeiuea as a single ac.
cident in which five or mora per-
AM MM. kill. J I
Octopi have the ahilit in rhanv.
color through the expansion and
contraction of pigment spots or
chromatopbores in their skin, 1
The American lumping moose
can leap about 10 feet, using its
slender ave-mcn tan as a balance
l flirt hi T Kw tinMiflsknf ea WMmivai
uiaia mumvihi ojvviia nsaaao tnAiuij m Aiaaiiv U MJ aVLViuviik m iiimuhl
the American people "heavily' for loses its tail, a jump throws it
r' 's. Co-c r ,ilicd that ro',t es'i-pnto series of somersaults, turn-
nuu-s suunmioa Dy some states,!, s it over ana over neipiessiy in
wtie "unreslistic. , u air. '
HALIFAX. N.S.. May fUP)-
The gasoline laden Panamanian
tanker Irvingbrook rode at anchor
near the entrance to Halifax harbori
today after running aground on
the western side of the harbor.
The 12,500-ton ship war refloat
ed yesterday afternoon within two
hours of running aground on Lich
field Shoal, 1W mUesoff Herring
ltticove. The tug 'foundation vera
hauled the tanker off the ahoal and!
escorted her to an anchorage in
MacNab'i Cove in'the outer har-
Surveyors boarded the ship late
yesterday and a diving team was
ordered to inspect the ship's Dot.
, The Irvingbrook was en route
from Halifax to Saint John, N.B.,
with a cargo of gasoline and other
petroleum products" W h e she
grounded. 1 ' L '
There was bo immediate esti
mate of damage, or. any explana
tion of how the snip csme w run
agound. The tanker carries n crew
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:45 Do It Yourself 11
7:00 interlude For Music
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7:30 Mornln? Salon Concert
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1:30 Your Dancing party
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Suspected Slayer Of Heiress
Trapped During Visit To Wife
MIDDLEBURT Vt May 29
(UP) w A suspect is the strangle-"th ht tlmet Memlty .nlght,
claylnc of a blonde Philadelphia
" heftess tried to comfort Ws preH
ty wife yesterday as she wept un
eontrollablv in his celL
William E. Bos well, 36, kunted
across 13 states for the murder of
: socialite Mrs. Anne Harris Van
Kyne, 23, was captured Saturday
.by state police after walking into
trap. ,. ) ;
The uneneeted visit of his wife
Arlcne. U. lasted about a half
hour at Addison County .Jail
, where Boswell was held for arriv
al of Nevada authorities. r v. f
Mrs. Boswell came a lew min minutes
utes minutes after her husband senf a
message te her saying that H
"might be me last time I'll ever
ee yev." Wtiil Beswtll talked
' softly hie wHo wept, her face in
: later she refused to comment
en the conversation.
The arrest of Boswell, provided
bv his own tip. came as he stood
knocking at the front door of his
mother-in-law's home asking to
aee his wife.
- Earlier, the wavy r haired bar
tender had ohoned his wife in this
quiet college town to tell her he
'was in trouble" ana neeaea ner
kelp. Police were waiting for him
as Be drove m in a men station
wagon owned by the slain, social socialite.
- Boswell pleaded guilty to a fu fugitive
gitive fugitive from justice charge at ar arraignment
raignment arraignment Saturday n i g h t He
.s, --- --. .- i
he saw (he murdered woman fet
three divt before the wet'foond
-strangltd and stuffed In i clotet , v
at hi Carien City epertment, 1; i.
"I was with her earlier in JtheL.
wmIc." Boswell wis auoted as', 1 1
at the apartment and talkedxa
bout selling one of her cars. That
was all." - i.
When the lanky suspect was ar arrested
rested arrested police searched the car and
found personal papers belonging to
the murdered woman as well as
a wallet containing a picture of
her husband, a toxicologist, now
serving a year's term on a bad
check conviction at Los Angeles.
1R CTOCtKltS WMtM A CI
Boswell told police that
Van Ryne had loaned him the car
so he could visit bis wue. lie saia
she had left him for her Vermont
family two weeks ago after a quar quarrel,
rel, quarrel, ; :
N.Y. DAIRY WAGE
AUZARO ISA REPTILE.
ytsmxs) to rng piwosauks
- e MAS NO SIUjS... -'
e l PKV TO THE TOUCH,
AMP HAS SCALES.
ITHACA, N.Y. (UP) CoT-L CZJ3
TTniHAtMsUv eanviMitltiirttl A A An.
omlsts disclosed that New York
state dairymen made less for an
hour's work in 1955 than the hour-
S rates set up in either the old or
e new federal minimum wage
law. Dairymen who worked nly
an hour to produce 100 pounds
of milk averaged 62 cents an hour,
nrt thone who worked two hours to
produce 100 pounds made only 46
m, I if a ni m T f f JT T,y i- t
IS AN AMPHIBIAN
e HAS GIUUS...
e A MOIST 6KIN...
Police said Boswell told them j cents an hour.
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TUESDAT, MAT 29, 1931
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i Announcement of the forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming marriage of Mildred Trimber Trimber-ger
ger Trimber-ger to Melvin Bierman was made
at a Dartv attended by about 20
guests at the home of the bride-to,
be in Diablo Heignis on iunaay
evening. Mildred is the daughter
of Mr. William Fetterer of Miami,
and the late Mrs. Fetterer. She is
the Swimming Instructress at the
' Balboa Pool. Melvin Bierman is
'tka Mn a! I .lark R&rmAh nf
St. Louis, Missouri, and the late
Mrs. Bierman. He is traffic Engi Engineer
neer Engineer for the Canal Zone
September I is set as the wed wedding
ding wedding date. ., :;. .r. '.
Mr. And Mrs. Brace CampbeQ
Mr. ind Mrs. A. Bruce Campbell
ahrived on the Isthmus on Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon from Charleston,
West Virginia for a twg wees
, During their visit they will at attend
tend attend the marriage of their ion,
Dale F. Campbell to Miss Beverly
Ann Crawford of Gamboa.
The wedding will take place on
June 9, at z p.m. at St. Andrews
tpiscopal Church in Cocoli. v 1
All friends of both families and
the young couple are invited to
attend the ceremony and reception
which will be held in the church
hall Immediately following the
wedding, e '.: '':: 'A,
til Dance Wedmtd.y To Uunof
Senior Rainbows and DeMolays
Rainbow Girls and DeMolay
Boys with their escorts have been
invited to a tea-dance to oe neia
Wednesday afternoon, Memoriel
Day at the Cristobal M asonic
Temple'' from 4 to 6 p.m.
; l"he dance Is being sponsoredTy
the Cristobal Rainbow Advisory
Board and the. DeMolay .Mothers'
Cluh (Atlantic Chapter) to honor
COL. AND MRS. HENRY SCHilDT Ml'RPHET, of Ancon, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, have" announced' the engagement of their daughter
Elizabeth Bunn Murphey to Mr, Carl Alexander.von Franken-,
berg. He Is the son of Mrs. Curt C. von Frankenberg of Swarth Swarth-more,
more, Swarth-more, PennyslvaniA, and the late Mr. von Frankenberg. v
. :v;v ..-Miss Murphey is atudylns; at the School of Social Economy
at Bryn Mawr College. She Is a graduate of Saint Mary s
Hall,-6ah Antonio, Texas, and of swarthmore College, t r
Mr. vort Frankenberg, a graduate of Mount Hermon School,.
Mount Hermon, Massachusetts, will be graduated from Swarth Swarthmore
more Swarthmore College this month. He will enter graduate study at the
University of Pennsylvania' In the fall. He served vwith the
United States Havy .dtirlnft the Korean .conflict .Mr, von.
Frankenberg is a grandson of Mrs? Frank B. Raymond and the
late Mr. Raymond, former .residents of the Canal- Zone. --
The wedding will take place In Washington, D.C. where
Colonel Murphey has been assigned, ,y
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On June Sr the Caribbean Stamp
Club will hold a regular meeting
at the Tivoli Guest House, at 7:30
O.m. An airhsncp nf itimn anil
take place. Stamp collectors over
Ifl i r t
xa jnij mi jc rc weievme. aeip
aad assistance will be given to any
beginners. The melinsM nf h
Caribbean Stamp Ciub are held
reguiany on me urst and third
Tuesdays of the month.
Cathalie Wmki'i fluh
The Catholic W'omen'i Cluh will
meet Thursday, at the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Officers' Club at 7:30 p.m.!
There will be an election of. new
officers, and all members are urg
es 10 io auena.
Hundreds of -Oriental
v. ; l i.- l
7-19,' CENTRAL VENU
.iSS PATRICIA ANN LEACH of New Cristobal was installed
Worthy Adviser of Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Girls at an impressive ceremony held Thursday evening
at the Cristobal Masonic Temple. A group of more than 125
persons attended the opening Installation and Included mem members
bers members of. the Assembly, their parents and friends from both
' ,f, ' sides of the Isthmus. ? -v v
the senior Rambow Gfrls and De-ntami paine of pure aspirin
Molay members of this ye a r si .. j'J7.7.
I CCTTN""'"IOR"OF TP f "'visk .. f
-v AND MRS. SZE Sl.W 1 I.NItRIAIN f
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The Counselor of the.-.Chinese. Embassy and Airs. Se
1 Sung-si were hosts at -a Chinese dinner paxly. last night" at:
' V the Oran Oriente. -t J
I Those who ttended were Chief of Protocol, Camilo Levy
I Salcedo, Miss Adrians Salcedo, Director of Emigration and
Mrs. Rogelio Garcia de Paredes, Assisant Director of Protocol
and Mrs. Rodolfo V. Castrellon, Counselor of the United"
' States Embassy and Mrs. Austin J. Acly, Civil Attache of the
. Cuban Embassy Margarita Quintans and Messrs. C. H. Tang
" and Y. P. Chen, First Secretaries of the Chinese Embassy.
respondent for the "Chicago Tri
bune." He is also President of the
Freedom of the Press Committee,
'Military Review To Nonor v.
General McGarr "
"' Invitations are beine sent' out
. for Military Review in honor of Inter-American Press Association.
General Lionel: McGarr, whicjil, ,' jk
.wui laice piace ai nanga? o. zu,1- ;
Furl Kohhp. on the 8th of June at Gnet At Governor's House
u A ... '.. ... I X. r. 1
Members of the Board of Diree
tors of the Panama Canal Compa Company
ny Company who are arriving today to at attend
tend attend the board meetings will stay
Than Any Other Brand
Trusted by more mothers because of its
accuracy. ISIo need to break tablets. Each
graduating class from Cristobal
High School. :
Music for dancing will be fur furnished
nished furnished by members of. the Eojal
St. Mary'i Academy Hold
Junior Senior Banquet
The Juniors of St. Mary's Aca
demy honored .the Seniors with a
banquet which took place on tn tn-day
day tn-day at the Washington Hotel. Miss
Juanita Nateri and Miss Marga
ret Thirwall were the speakers.
Seniors who : attended were the
Misses Juanita Naters, Ana Ka Ka-quel
quel Ka-quel de la Espriclla, Maggie Mouy Mouy-nes,
nes, Mouy-nes, iFrancisca v Tome, M i r t a
Chang, Yael Aboo, Olivia JToung,
Ana J w. Bertha Kam. Ana -Elvi
ra t'hee-t hon, Man '.Teresa -de
coio, carmen cieaciaci,
cedes Troneoso, lui.sa Napolilano,
Maria. Napolitano. Miriam Chang,
Cavell Lampson, Emira Fenton,
Gladys Walken Margarita, lnir
wall. Grace Fong. Gertrude Ser
ko, Carmen Guardia, Miriam 0 0-cboa,
cboa, 0-cboa, and Juel Ng,
Other guests arere Rev. John F.
Tumelty and Reverend James M.
Kelly were present ind also Mrs.
Cimodoca Arosemena and Mrs.
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the preferred standard of accurate dotage
measure. You give just as the doctor
wucn. vuiuinn u ni urangv navor, -j 'TOUSh Sirtii
woeu-e uiiMist mujns csp'ikim mm eHn.6MN l..'L
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.f 40;00 a.m.
- Dubois Family Leave
' For Miami
': Mr.-and Mrs, Jules Dubois will at the Governor's House while on
leave the Isthmus today by plane the Isthmus. ,,....-.
i to .take up residence in Miami.l
' Florida. Mr. Dubois has made hisf- They, are Deputy Assistant Sec Sec-home
home Sec-home in Panama since the early retary of the Army, Edward A.
'. thirties when be went to work for Bajcon, Mr. Ralph H. Cake, and
-. the 'Panam a American." He has Mr. Rooert P. Burroughs.'-
oeen a memoer oi oom me oust
Acts Like Magic
i now... ;
J He should weigh about 4 times as much as V
he weighed at birth... ' ""'
, t He should run happily around the house .... i
, !' I U. .1 IJ I L..I Li l I
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' . hundred words or more ..."
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ness and editorial staffs of the
"Star and Herald.". Mr. Dubois
. is at present, latin American Cor-
Fine, soft, dtli(htful
ly brtsrtnt Cuticura
Talcum eootains de deodorant
odorant deodorant utueptic
C-8 (Hexschloro (Hexschloro-phana).
phana). (Hexschloro-phana). Ktepi the
skin trash and iwsat.
heat and diaper rash,
loot initatiooa. Buyl
Mr. William Whitman. Secretary: I
of the Panama Canal Company, iSj V-.
also among today's arrivals. 1
You cam have golden-browa, fluffy-light pan pancakes
cakes pancakes whenever you want them bow that Aunt
Jemima pancake mix Is packed In the new her hermetically
metically hermetically sealed tin! In the tin, Aunt Jemima
keeps fresh indefiniUly. It's always pur and
Kft so you can keep a supply handy all the time.
Whatever the ccaii on Sunday morninc breakfasta, holidays,
or "snack times" and especially on Fridays and other meatless
days during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special
; treat with Aunt Jemima pancakes. So quick and easy to make
... so appetizing and fluffy-light every time!
Buy a tin of Aunt Jemima pancake mix today help yourself
to GOOD eating!
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111 Your baby
needs QUAKER Oats daily
Quaker oats is the best supplement to your baby's
diet. It's so very easy to digest, and baby loves its
delicious flavor. Quaker oats provides your baby
with more protein and food energy than any other
whole grain cereal .11 times as much strength-.
giving iron as codfish, Quaker oats also provides'
. baby with IS times as much body-building Vitamin
Bi as whole milk. .. ;
Quaker oats is used throughout the world for regu regu-lar
lar regu-lar infant feeding. It helps baby grow stronger and
healthier , it is sold everywhere and is so easy to
prepare. That's why so many doctors recommend it.
No other whole grain cereal offers
greater nourishment than Quaker Oats;
Howtoprepan QUAKE Oars for baby.
" Ql'akkb Bottle Feeding -',
i meatum water I meaiurt Quaker eats
Bring water to a boil add Quaker oats and
pinch of salt cook 10 to 15 minutes, strain,'
add warm milk or water to the liquid. Stir to
obtain desired consistency or use as directed
by your doctor.
. .. Quake. Spooa Feeding
S ntam water I vuaturt QUAKtR oats
Cook as above strain add warm milk or
water to liquid. Stir to obtain desired con consistency
sistency consistency or use as directea bj your doctor.
i Qdakr Porridge '.. .
ti Rtcipt m Tin)
France Cedes India
Full Sovereignly ;
Over Four Enclaves
5EW DELHI. India. Mav 29
(UP) France formally ceded to
India full sovereignty over the
fonr French enclaves of Pondi Pondi-cherry,
cherry, Pondi-cherry, Kankal, Mahe and Yana Yana-on
on Yana-on yesterday. i
The treaty signed here bv
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
and French Ambassador. Count S.
Ostrorog ended nearly 300 years
of French colonial' rule over de dependencies
pendencies dependencies on the Indian subcon subcontinent.
tinent. subcontinent. ...
French nationals born In' th e
settlements will have six months
to decide whether they will retain
French nationality' or become citi citizens
zens citizens of the Indian Union. The pro pro-vison
vison pro-vison applies to all such French
nationals living in the former en enclaves
claves enclaves or in India' itself i
Cultural and religious properties
snd establishments ; will remain:
under their present ownership.
The College Francais Be Pondi-
cherry will be the property of. the!
French government which will as assume
sume assume all financial and other obli
gations: . .'..'
Nehru praised the French gov
ernment Wr. its action in reporting
to Parliament on the signing of the
treaty. He expressed hope that.tne
day would come whe he would.
announce: the merger of Portu
guese voa with the Indian union.
Slini Fat Aoiy
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. Caaaml Aa4B '' v. '-?-'; :;-. 1 4tk el July Ave. J St -' "'' WMMaHMy V.V-' "' .. .W Btreet Ma. B : ; v V. Tla Cspaaa Ave. -: !: V -VW-'-. -"'.. .--.;
FOR SALI-Wathias nachlM,
spin dryar 60-ycla (Kanmoia),
$50.00.-Xka a drawar $5.00.
Dratsar without miner $5.00.
Eaa tibia $3.00. Saakcrn $3.00.
Small tabla $2.00. Phami S3 S3-7116.
7116. S3-7116. 2053-B. Ciirana'M.
FOR SALS: 25-yck 9 ft, aU
aorcaUia Nyattinghauta rafri rafri-ftrator,
ftrator, rafri-ftrator, QM.. buffat. Houta
5720-I. Diabla. Phena 2-3M3.
FOR SALE: Couch aiuT chair,
mak lute had, child's dask,
mahafaay, carnar tibia. Call
Cur undu 2109.
t FOR SALI-Whoginy diniag
tabla with 4 chain. Chin clotst,
vrirdrob cemplata RMhofarry
bad with mattrau aad spring.
St. Limit No. T-l 19. Apt.
No. 5 (Adjacant to Tommy
FOR SALE Portable olactrie
awing machine, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Raaionable price. Phono.
Panama 3-2225. T
FOR SALE: Bamboo living
room tat. Mahogany dining room
and bedroom let. Refrigerator.
Telephone 2-1477 mornings
FOR SALE: Living room tat,
, custom: built by -Krohlar, excel-
lent condition, salt covers In Included.
cluded. Included. Paid $400,00, will sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice at $200.0. Call Albrook
FOR SALE.- Simmons Daven Daven-port
port Daven-port 8 wood Venetian' blinds
75"39", Tel. Balboa 124? or
To Jake Up Art
As Plain Student
DJAKAHTA, May. .29 (UP)-In-donesia't
first lady.' Madame Fat
ma wati Sukarno; plans to- -enroll
as an ordinary art student in the
university of Indpnf sia,i was re
Madame Sukarna.has aslced -fori
a divorce from President Sukarno,
who recently married a second
time. So far her reauest has been
reiused. ; ...
51 Panama Cahah Employes
Get Cash Incentive Awards
Five employes of the Canal
organization have been given' fraud by erasures; and SIS for
cash incentive awards ranging Isug-gesting a more efficient
from $15 to $90. The awards were method of handling authoriza-
presented by acting governor. H.
w. scnuu, jr. during a special
ceremony held In his office In
the Administration Building.
Two fo the awards, one lor $25
; and one for $15 were given to
Norton w. Btepnenson, supervi supervisory
sory supervisory administrative assistant in
the Engineering Division. A $90
award was elven to Rudoipn
Wflkerson, employe of the Divi
sion of storehouses.
Others whose suggestions were
accepted by the incentive A A-wards
wards A-wards Committee and adopted
bv the Canal organization were:
"William W.. Spencer, lead fore
man, quarters maintenance -witn
tne Maintenance Division: Ai
fred J. Graham, locks security
guard at Miraflores Locks; and
Miss Bertha Frensley, secretary
ta tne comptroller.
Stephenson received $25 for
his proposal that entries of time
and certification be made with
Indelible ink. In lieu of pencil
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ACTING GOV. II. W. SCHULL, Jr. presents checks to five Canal organization employes whose
suggestions have been accepted by the incentive awards committee. From left to right are
Schull, Alfred J. Graham, William W, Spencer,, Norton W.. Stephenson. Miss Bertha Frensley
and Rudolph-Wilkersan., ..,.,.,, ,,
YOU CAN PLACE
FOR SALEs 1952, 4-door Sa.
daaj Cktvralat, aawry aaintad,
price $700.00, boat 424-A
Gatua. Phaaa 5-169.
FOR SALE: Ford Statioa Wage
with avardrivo, radio, andar-
coat. 41,000 mil at, in top oa
ditioa, $950.00. Bandia Ecoa Ecoa-mat
mat Ecoa-mat automatic 1 washing ma
china, $75.00. Phono Quarry
Haightt 2232 until 4 p.m., 5171
tharaaftar, : j ';, ,
FOR SALE1949 Studabakar.
Good condition, radio. Beat of
far. Dr. Long (Baiboa 6367'
FOR SALE. Cadillac Convert Convert-ble
ble Convert-ble August 1954 Series 62
fully equipped with power steer steering,
ing, steering, power brakes, hydramati
transmission, tinted EZ glass
windshield, directional signals,
windshield washer and coordina coordinator,
tor, coordinator, dual back up lights, genuine
leather upholstery, radio, WSW
tire. Owner leaving priced
right for quick sale. Telephone
Balboa 3430 between 9 a.m. and
12 noon; 4 p.m to 8 p.m.
FO RSALE: 1949 Tudor Ford,
black, in good condition, $375.
Coco Solito, Apt. 16-B.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet '41,
; good tires, good, motor, solid
body, excellent transportation.
Call 2-5298. ..
FOR SALE: 1948 Crosley Sta Sta-.
. Sta-. tion Wagon, aow tires, good me me-'
' me-' tor, souid transportation, $125.
Pan. 3-0679.' '; -.-M
FOR SALE 1950 Pontiac Cats Cats-line..
line.. Cats-line.. Radio, excellent condition.
Call Balboa 2-6380, 8-4 p.m.
FOR SALE) 1950. Studebakar
Convertible. Excellent condition,
good top. Balboa 2-6319.
"HELP WANTED' -A reliable
hardworking elderly couple from
" British or French possesions' to
take care of Chalet and gardens.
. Living quarters, no meals. Wash
ing- and eventual cooking whan
owner is ? in town. References re required.
quired. required. Write to Apartado 540,
to Breclude ;
the nosslbUitv of
uons for engineering work.
Wilkinson ,Va" awarded "$90
for suggesting the use of a mail
oraer lorm instead or naciune
list forms for material orders. It
was estimated that the adop adoption
tion adoption of this idea would save the
government $2500 per year.
spencer was elven a check for
$25 for his suggestion that a
stapling machine be used instead
of tacks to install plastic and
fiberglass screening. It was es
timated that the proposal would
save tne Panama -Canal Com Company
pany Company $500 a year in screen re
Graham was presented $251
xor suggestion wnicn' would
improve the security conditions
at Miranores iocks.
Miss Frensley was awarded $25
for suggesting the use of a more
durable envelope for transmit
ting material between govern,
FANAMA AMERICAN AS
YOUR, AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
ATTENTION 6. LI Just built
modern furnished apartment, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold w a t a s.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR. RENT: Modem cool.
'. 'completely furnished apartment
: in excellent location, living
room, dining nook, I bedroom,
1 kitchea and bath. For S months,
8 June to S September. Ideal
.. for responsible individual or cou couple.
ple. couple. Reasonable rent. Call from -7
a.m. to 9 a.m. I as, to 10
FOR RE NT $ Famished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, otc. in
Bella Vista Phone 9-6097, 2 2-2504.
2504. 2-2504. FOR RENT. Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room with bath, largo
kitchen, largo bathroom, hot-wa-tcr,
apartment all screened, 25
square meters insida apartment
for laundry,' drying and ironing,
large closets, garage. House No.
5. Eusebio A. Morales, Ave., in
El Cangrejo, corner house. Phono
Panama 3-0579 X' '
FOR RENT: Nawly furnished
and unfurnished apartments. AU
'' hambra Apartments 1 0th. Street
No. 806J. Phono 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart- :
ment, living room, dining room, ,!
kitchen. 13th St. San Francisco,
Via Porras. Phone 3-2457. v'
FOR RENT; Furnished one
bedroom apartment,, garage,
''screened. Fenced-, yard. CaH
Cooper, Gomboa 6-206.
FOR RENTr-Small furnished
apartment near American Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. Tel. 3-3467.
FOR RENT Best located one-,;
room furnished apartment. Clean,
and independent. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: I bedroom'apart-,
ment furnisliedj ground ,floor,
parking space, inspected. The The-,
, The-, bast you can find 1 fof this
Vrice. Cool and nidependenti)
a!0.09t Jote eabrej'eo
'No.4 16,'-Pasadena, t ,. t
WR RENT Coolest best sec-j,
tion two bedroom apartment.
' 47th St large .balcony., Call ,v
FOR RENT. Furnished one Jed
room apartment all- screened,
i Bella Vista, very cool, $70.00
and $75.00. Tel. 3-1648,
i FOR RENT: -Furnished a-
partment, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath bath-,.
,. bath-,. rooms, maid's room, garage.
46th No. 1-70. Telephone 2 2-f
f 2-f 1477- mornings, 3-0709 after-4noons.-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $50,00. North American
neighbors, regular transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Telephone 3-0471.
FOR1 RENTS Army inspected,
furnished one bedroom apart-
ment, kitchenettevhot water, re-
, frioerator, 17-18 4th of July Ave.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment 3-6 months
' beginning after June 16, Phono
. 3-0379. ..... ,-
: FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living .room,
dining room, porch,.: kitchen,
beuatiful view, centrally located,
cool, quiet. Phono; 3-0276, 3-
' 0$ 1 1.' f
FOR RENTVery comfortable
- furnished apartment, screened,
'inspected. Via Espana, house be before
fore before Juan Franco. y
; FOR RENT: Furnished modem
. apartment, screened, inspected,
one bedroom. CaH 2-3065.
INDEPENDENT DAILY KHTSPAFO
OR OUR OFFICES
BOX 2031, ANCON. CZ.
IPX 1211. CRISTOBAU CX
. FOR SALE: To thg. highest bid bid-dor,
dor, bid-dor, all the buildings and build building
ing building materials located la Juan
Franco Race Track. The specifics
tions for the bid may bo obtain obtain-ed,
ed, obtain-ed, free of charge, at the Pan
American Ufa Insurance Co. in
Central Avenue number 31.
FOR SALE: Exceptionally beau-.
tiful pedigreed Cocker Spaniel
puppies 7 weeks No. 26 46th
Street. Tel. 3-1801 from 36
Army Seeking Bids
For Rail Trackage
Bids are ierna" Solicited for-the
purchase and removal of 2.9 miles
of railroad trackage and accesso accessories,
ries, accessories, the U.S. Army Engineer an announced
nounced announced today.'
ine tuds will be received until
a.m. on June 12. and then nub.
ljcly opened at the Panama Proj Project
ect Project Office. Building 129. Fort Clay
ton, for the equipment located
within; and leading into France!
Air t oree Baset
The items include: 70 pound A.S..
C.E.-fail, 90 pound A.S.C.E. rail.
switches, and frogs, rail joints;
tie plates, spikes, bolts, cross ties,
and trestles (wood pilings and
The' structures "will be sold as
one bid item. Bids may be submit
ted for one or any; number of i1
terns, but a separate: amount
must be bid for each piece, con con-tituting
tituting con-tituting an item., Lump sum bids
covering several or all items, will
nor be considered. v: ?
Invitation and bid forms may hi
obtained frrrm the Panama Proj
ect uuice,-uuiidmgi2y,Fort Uay Uay-ton.
ton. Uay-ton. i J
Pillow Of Plenty
WAYNESVILLE N.O, (UP)
. wnea a nip or a nap was
needed the ancienta had a nillow
(hat ebabled them to enjoy an eye-
opener with their shuteye. It was
a-jug-shaped porcelain affair, pop popular
ular popular in the 14th -century Orient,
and was filled with water or other
Moulds. ; ,-
Besides providing a handy thirst thirst-quencher
quencher thirst-quencher during the night, it kept
the sleeper's head cool in hot
weather, report Dayton Koolfoam
sleep .researchers: bince 'then,
many a desert nomad, explorer
and soldier has used this water
canteen for a pillow.
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Present your tickets
'" , .TOTAL ; . $920.00 -. 5
. li $600.00 (Accumulated) 2w $240i00 (Accumulated) l- $80.00 (Accumulated)
."I Get them buying. . :, ,'.
flon Cart Vm, Wohuima "ffjto"; Cbtti BahA
';Vv.A V,- -i 1 r s J -n
e!I -prciicb of "ViiuCOLA UCOBA tB DiSTIlErJA CEHTRAl"
AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished chalet, two bedrooms,
living-dining, garage and gar garden.
den. garden. 1 S St. No. 8 San Francisco.
LOST & FOUND
FOUND: .Young black deg.
was hurt two weeks ago at 47tb
Street No.. 2.
CO At Fori Kobbe
The First Battalion of- the
newlv reorganized 20th Infantry
syues' Regulars 1 honored tneir.
departing commanding officer
and greeted a new battalion
commander, yesterday morning,
during ceremonies at Fprt Kob
"i Having commanded the bat battalion
talion battalion since June 1955. Lt. CoL
Clyde V.1 Britton is departing
for reassignment in Washing
ton, D.C. Since his arrival in
this command, he also served as
chief of plans and operations in
the1 0-4 section, at Hq. USARCA USARCA-RIB.
RIB. USARCA-RIB. Previous service includes
duty in the Pacific theater, in
World War n and the Korean
Leampalgn where he was award
ed both uie brone ana suver
stars. -;7: .;
Returning td the states with
Britton are his wire, Mary Dei,
and son Vernon Crosby.
Taking command of First bat
talion is Lt. Col. Conrad R. Tjn-i
derdahl who previously held as-l
signments in this command as
chief of the reserve components
division,. G-l and G-3 sections,
US ARC AR IB; chief of training
division, G-3; and plans and
operations chief. G-l
The t, hew. commander, who
hails from Moscow, Idaho, serv
ed in world war u and tne Ko
rean conflict His decorations
include the American Defense
Service medal, Asiatic-Pacific
campaign medal, Combat infan infantry
try infantry badge, Purple Heart, Korean
Service medal, Republic of Ko
rea presidential unit citation
and the silver star for gallantry
in action, i ...
Underdahl .resides with his
wife, Bernice, daughter, Bette
Jo and son, John Conrad, at Ft.
- A first prize of $100 and
three more prizes tot a total
of $150 in cash is GIVEN
AWAY every Tuesday at the
TROPICAL. THEATRE. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow is your chance to be
one pf : the lucky winners.
DO NT Miss IT. Try your
tuck' and also see a stupen stupendous
dous stupendous double program. ': .
before Friday Your tickets
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach heuse. One mile past Ca Ca-aine.
aine. Ca-aine. Balboa 1866.
VAUTIONING IN PANAMONTI
at 4000 .foot fa aa experience
Nobody should miss. Famous far
: Hi feed (specialty: smorgasbord)
, and fine accommodations. At At-ractiva
ractiva At-ractiva bar -lounge with lira;
. place. Wire rosorvatioaa.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
- at Santa Clara Beach.' Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681,
PHILLIPS Oceeneide CetteejeJ
Santa Clara. Box 435,v Balboa,
Phono Pane ma 8-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673. -n
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Male Toy
Boston Bulldog, ARC. not over
8 week old. Phone Balboa
WANTED TO BUY: I 25-cycle
washing machine motor, Call'
To Play Monday
At Balboa JWB ;
Pianist -Hugh Adams will be
presented In a recital Monday at
o p.m. at tne Baiboa USO-JWB
Armed Forces service Center
The artist, who has studied
with Brenes, Beecher and more
recently with prof. Hans Jano-
witz, is tne accompanist for. the
La Boca Alumni Glee Club. He
has given recitals on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus previously;
Admission Is' $1 and 50 cents
for students. There is no charge
for tmUitary personnel. m
PANAMA PERSONNEL AND
- SECRETARIAL BUREAU,
.will solve free of charge your
r personnel problems.
:: :H:;i;-Tet 3-14S6
Box 4163 Panama
MAY 27th ;
are valid for a whole year
TTESDAY, '-MAT .' 1SJI
FOR SALE i ?
Boats' &' Meters! V
FOR SALE: 21 foot Gaff-riggad
sailboat. Call Dr. Aadaraae Bal
FOR SALE 21 foot cabin crui cruiser,
ser, cruiser, 7 foofVbaam 2.5 foot draft.
2 bunksh-ieed. Null daubla
plank, mahogany, 90h.p. Dodga
ongine 21 gallon gas tank. Fuel
Consp. 2.25 gallon- per hour
cruiaing. Located at Balboa
Yatch Club. Boat Wo.,-301.'
Price $U50 cash. CaH Balboa
2-3147 after 4:30. I
FOR SALE. Evirrrude outboard
motor with new remote controls.
$300.00 takes aU. Call Phena"
' 8-4625 Panama. r
WANTED -Comfortable house,
throe or four bedrooms by North
American family., Phone Panama
GEORGE D. BARB, JR., H.I.
European spinal adjustment tech
niques. Coordinated manipulatfva
therapies. Release of aervouk
stress and strain. Orthe-Klnesio-foav.
14-49 Avenida 13 Estu
diante, 28 10 ta 13 t 8.
TeL 2-2525. Sy appointment.
, .. ,,
You will have a chance to today
day today to win; the $100 first
prize by attending Bank Nighi
at the TROPICAL .Thea .Theatre,
tre, .Theatre, Which GIVES AWAY $150
In cash every Tuesdaynight.
In' addition to a stupendous
Keep mem careiuuji
T73 rUAMA AXZSICA5 A3 ECIETECBZyr DAILY JTHTSPAPEB
I IV OLt
JSC. JL 26c.
Spanish. Double faf
Andy Russell, in -PRDIAVERA
CAEA DE ANGEL
5c. ; i '40c.
- WEEKEND RELEASE!
In Technicolor & Cinemascope!
Jack Hawkins Joan Collins, In
' LAND OF THEfHARAOHS
The making of this picture made
motion picture history..
L?:5I 2:33 4:41 1:49 l:W jn.
' ACTION RELEASE TICTCRE! ;.'
John IRELAND Marl ENGLISH
; HELL'S ISLAND
X:57 4:17 $:54 -.7:11 MS
Ben CLARKE Dorothy PATRICK
r THUNDER PASS :
BANK NIGHT? ..
: TWO ;
Great Double Feature Ever Show!
DEATH' OF A.
!". F.I V E
. . i
Kirk Douglas, in
INDIAN FIGHTER . .;
In Cinemascope! Frank Sinatra, in
The Man with The Golden Arm
' with EleanortParker
' ; ; 'justice
TTTSTUT, MAT 29, 133J
Party For Toddlers Is No
Chore For Modern Moms'
Social &kl Oil trwist
(Continued From Pan flTE)
American Versus British Teste
lit Dress Fabrics Stressed By
Manchester Designer .
fLi.a .. v w. t ... nMHt
vmw ainerenc is Amencav ier, mr. norm w u.u in. ftf thll p.nlmi rMi Comoa
us British taste in-dress fabrics special study trips to various Eu- "J mama C anal coPH
mM-?" Wf" SSS &ior General Julian L.ScnJejr.
Arriving- aboard the SS "Cristo
bal" tomorrow to anena a meet
. EATING PARTIES a over bl- with children, yet teach (beta
4' n ,Bd lhw ,,0,lf "aafmoaiowly (ofether.
WV "''' AYNOIl MADDOX
Right' now we have more tod toddlers
dlers toddlers than ever before. That's
. because of two successive record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking birth years (1954, 4,076,-
000 1955, 4,091,000),?
, Wo ( are honoring our children
this month with Child Health Day,
-y National 'Baby Week and general
- emphasis on .child health and wel.
; fare. -' ,'
Incidentally, gid pabies born
Bowio the United Stales will have
' a longer average life than boys. In
1953,-girls could' look forward to
72.1 years; boys to 66.1. Ia 1900,
baby girls could, expect, only 48.3
years : and boys 46.3 years. This
.Jonser life jnsn, is -credited to
; tremendous strides in : medicine; whites until stiff, not dry.
, and public health and naturally, to
; increased knowledge of good nu nu-."
." nu-." trition. V l ; 1
' As toddlers" they are sociable
' may I have' a. party T" - f V
y-. Simple -table manners can' be
practiced at a tea party, if adult
supervision is tactful. The little
hostess learns to serve her guest
offers food to her doll, gradually
manages to spoon her own food
without sloshing or shoveling. As
for food, serve milk or cocoa,
wafers, and colorful junior fruits
molded in gelatin or as a topping
tor moioea gciaim. v
, Fruit Dossirt Fluff
' (Sorvts 3) i
. Combine 1 cup (two 4"-ounce
containers) Junior fruit dessert
with -2 tablespoons suear: few
drops 'almond extract and cup
finely crushed vanilla wafers or
zwiback crumbs; -Whip t
servmg glasses, m
S it f
- Variation:; -Adult 'Dessertr- Whin
l-j cup heavy cream or chilled
evaporated milk and-substitute for
egg whites. Make this dessert with
other-1 ready-to-use junior fruits,
such as apricot-applesauce.
HOYM TY UDtO
bf Enklot Johnsoa
... HOLLYWOOD :1-(NEA)-:: On On-stage,
stage, On-stage, Offstaee and Unstaee:
, Tnere s Tio place like Hollywood.
.A film couple, it's said, have lep-
t nrate nurseries' for their cbudren
8f previous' marriages. The nurs-
; "'Here." And a fellow report
ed to North Hollywood police the
t otner oay uie uin of two nub nub-"
" nub-" caps from' his car. When asked
, his occupation, he said he works
; ".as a, hair stylist in the daytime
and as a light Club bouncer in the
-, evening boursl -' v
Now that 1hrte mtioni! miga miga-tines
tines miga-tines have again profiled Marilyn
Monroe, her press agents at 20th
nn ui. ii.ib was iwiiifra hi
any of : the articles that hadn't
boon '.printed ;somewhore before,
' they agroe. "She's written out.",
Yeah, but she still tell.
i A famous western star changed
. lis. mmd the other, day about leav
The film may do big business
as a COMEDX! ?
Ray Bolotr 'sisnert iiipr Tina
Louise for his TV show next fall
-. Director Bretaigne Windust
waa offered four film assignments
as a result of his excellent stag staging
ing staging of the Broadway play, "The
Great Sebastians," but Jte turned
them all down for the same rea
son, ne says:
Tht loadtng ladies had lines
ana the scripts had curves. If it
naq neon the other way around.
a n.va maa tne pictures. . j
Natalie Wood won her debate
wiih Warner Bros, and an okay to
wear what she calls hor
feathers" hairdo as a studious cof.
cprfd in "The Girl He Left
Behind. . Producers ohm.
tinned the appropriateness for a
serious, college gal. But 17-year,
bid Natalie leveled with 'em:
"College girls are highly Indi Individualistic
vidualistic Individualistic and don't run to types.
rs URiWIir Jnv kind
Enshshwomea like smaller.
more intricate patterns. She says
Manchester designer James Mor
ris, who has been engaged by a
group oi tug Lancashire cotton
firms as a design consultant and
sent to "New York to meet buyers
and collect first-hand informations
on American preferences in de
sign, color and fabric.
Mr. Morris finds that black is
used far more Tn America than
in Britain, and he notes that this
is a national and not a regional
taste. The Englishwoman's gen generally
erally generally fairer skin may have
something to do With this, but,
says Mr. Morris, "it seems A A-mtrican
mtrican A-mtrican women would rather
look smart than pretty, whereas
the reverse Is true in England."
Partlv because of the high cost
of production, American taste in
dress fabrics has been educated
to prefer fewer colors than is cus
tomary in England. There, cotton
dress fabrics run to six, seven or
eight colors, instead of the three
or four which are usual here.
Just as the French influence Is
felt rapidly in Britain, so s o m a
British designs cross the Atlantic
to America. Already the vogue for
Victorian prints which recently
swept England is catching on here,
while the French trend towards
bright cubist designs is being pick,
ed up in England.
The popular tone-on-tone prints,
thit Hosiffn-r feels, will be even
more fully developed both here
and in Britain dunng the next few
' While there Is a growing do- 1
mand for the -now spun fabrics,
Mr. Morris sees ne slackening
In the popularity of cotton. Per.
haps because ef its crisp and
cool appearance, the latest trend
is towards "cottonUing test test-tube
tube test-tube materials re resemble that
' A dosicner' for twenty-five years,
James Morris graduated from the
Royal College of Art in London
and JSIanchester. After working in
various design, studios and putting
in nine years as head designer at
one of the largest studios in Man
chester, be branched out on ms
own. Now he has a staff of thirty
working in his own firm, James
A, Morris Designs.
held Thursday evening at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Masonic Temple.
' Other visitors over for the in installation
stallation installation included Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Stevenson and Miss
Stevenson of Gamboa, Miss Wilms
Hidalgo of Balboa, and M r s.
George A. Walker of Cocoli.
nmii fashions as closely as pos
itihlrl in recent vears. and has
I 3 -I 1.. Tl ai
worsen cwnij win -" att4 R.inh.w InsUllaUoa
sun ana European oress -ousw., ----------- B.wiv install-
Hi. rtiffni are versatile. Be- ed Worthy Advisor of Balboa Rain-
sides dress fabrics he also produc- bow Assembly No. 1 accompanied
es ideas for rugs and upholstery by Mrs. Alice Gunderson, Mother
fabrics. At present one of bis ne-jAOvisor, ana
,. Koin nnciii-rt li-re for four on of Balboa Assembly, were vis-'
seoarate purposes: carpeting, ittors on the Atlantic Side to attend
aJL.. .k rirn.H and nlas. the installation ceremonies of Cns-
UC 1"- W U
Game Night And Card Benefit
For Salvation Army School
Of Bline At JWB-USO i
A same nieht and card benefit
tor me starvation Army bcnooi lor, and may
the Blind in Panama and the Home door.
for the Blind in Jerusalem will be
held Wednesday, June at 7 p.m.
at the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service' Center in Balboa.
Special features of the evening
will be a sale of items from the
"whiter-elephant'1 table, with un-,
usual gifts contributed bv, the Spe-:
cial raffles will also be held,
Refreshments will be served dur during
ing during the evening. I
Tickets for this affair are $1
be purchased at the
Tht OK1Y ten-Sis? r..;ht to
' L iJ u liUw'
Ceavcslcst ccsatcllca i via Cit
Defy Ceszf!!sS!$B to
4fwy to 3 Hrt!M( tt.t.A.
. . : i. ,. Twice m weak frtm Mexke Oy H
l y-MN WnitlMn 4Mte the MUJweet
SVr,J CmmA r Ml Trmnl Aft :
QUEST PMJiYS i'EKlOO
at Bl St El Cangrejo, Castllla del Oro Build., across the
. v Hotel El Panama Tel. 3-1057.
: Everyone's ravinj about our T-V
dazzlinp; new trio of musical Spaniards!
, Guitars, Spanish nose flute, according, violins, and
the powerful, melodious, voice of JOSEL1TO are all
; part of their terrific, entertainine; act!
Nightly In The Bella Vista Room,
8:30 &. 11:30
Showing At Your Service CenierTheaieri Tonight!
BALBOA Air-Conditioned sS;I5 & 8:0Q I
If you receive tn Informal In
vitation throueh the mail you
mav answer it either by tele
phone or by a note. But If the
invitation is formal it requires
a formal answer. That means a
reply written In the third per person.
son. person. -
Jnst remember that the invi
tation dictates the form ef the
ing his wife when she leveled with, ha ride now and still not be out of
una aooui Mum wuuiu nappen iu, tm among. her campus friends'
the fortune he has in the bank
If you leave,";, she said, "take SHORT TAKES: ,'
your horse and yo"r guitar. That's
all. you had when I married you I haven't seen the p
and that' all youll have 'if suspect I nevet will
sou leave me." - .'Marun m "Frontier Scant1
: I picked Susan Hayward overisounds like the most illogical cast cast-Anna
Anna cast-Anna Magnani in the Oscar race ling of the year .... Howard Keel
and Susan's best actress award is hankering to star in a film
at -the Cannes Film' Festival based on the life of Russian oper oper-proved
proved oper-proved I wasnt too far off base.! a tic basso Chaliapin. Ezio Pmza
4 George Gobel will headline played him in the Sol Hurok
S' big mid-summer show in Las biopic, "Tonight We Sing." .
tg. . vwn vij a new iiicv ictuuuiuiuun ueiween nuSKy-H
guarantees ..her l,t)50,00O u :-J Johns and her U.S. soap chief
Gregory Peck, a TV -untouchable hubby, David Forsten Glynis is
to date, has a yen to emote on in Barcelona with her ten-year-old
home .sen tns and there's a good son by a previous marriage but
chance he 0 sign for three dra- returns to Hollywood soon for an an-static
static an-static telei 1ms. other movie.
Maxim Club Holds ..:''
A special meeting of thi Max Maxim
im Maxim Club will be held tomorrow
night at 7:30 at the Central
Avenue home oi me ciuni direc
The meeting, at which sll
members and contestants are
expected to be present, will deal
with a oueen contest being
icture, M'sponsorcd by thriub.
.Gale Storm eulpped it after
. switching from the rattle-brained.
Margie te a now, more soriovs i
. reiotiim series: i act. tntaiugant-t ifiERRE, s d. UP) One
" ly which is a strain en my act-of the "lacks" concerning health
ing credibility jin South Dakota is a lack of knowi-
' Jedge of health services available.
If the weddmg in Monaco be- T. A. Evans, educational director
earne" a bore- to you, MGM"s!of the state's-health department,
- three-reel "The- Wedding in Mo-rhas been cooperating with th
aaco""Will do it again. GracelState Agricultural Extension Serv"
. Kelly' arrival, the double cere-ice in conducting health lessons
monies, and the departure of the for home agents. He suggests thai
Princes yacht .are narrated in counties create an "awareness"
typical ; M GM-stars-are-heaven-fof the health personnel shortage
sent style. :It's even called "the and to make good use of facilities
wedding of the century." now available.
0.60 TODAY -0.40
Great Fortune Night r
Be one of the Lucky Winners
ef these Caen Prises!
1st Prize 510.C3
Ind .......... 1501
3rd ........ 13.ee
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Hurling Park, King,
Melendez. Double Four
Match Strides In Sprint
, V Nine Class D imported thoroughbreds will bat battle
tle battle for the $600 purse and silver trophy offered for
tomorrow's featured Memorial Day Handicap at
the Juan Franco race track over the sprint distance
of six and a half furlongs.
Leading the parade pontwardsl
and probably in toe mutuuis also
will be the .Victory Stables uishly
rated Hurling Park. Thd latter,
winner of his last four starts, will
te ridden by, the veteran Bias A
Hurling Park's hhief opposition is
expected to be furnished by the
speedy Melendez, winner of thib
ear' $7,500 added Francisco A-
ri Parvdes Classic (formerly
Speed Classic) over the same di distance
stance distance as tomorrow's. Aleindro Y Y-taza
taza Y-taza will rids Melendei this time
instead of Alfredo vasquet wno nas
accented the mount on Kong.
. The latter had a three race vic
tory skein cut by the redoubtable
Town's Wall in his last start and
Pappa Flynn and Grey Juan com
plete the nine-horse field. These
two one-time headliners are now
in the doldrums of sever slumps.
They are sre to be rank otsid otsid-ers
ers otsid-ers in the betting. Felix Sanchez
will be aboard Paopa Flynn while
Segndo Carvajal will handle Grey;
Ten other races are Included on
In The Majors
(Based en 75 official achats
Player and Club g ab r h pet
Long, Pitts. 34 128 27 S3 .414
Repulskl, St. L. 27 92 20 38 .391
Boyer, St. Louis 38 144 28 52 .367
Bruton. MIL 23 85 17 30 .353
Walls, Pitts. .Jl 94 19 33 .351
Mantle, N. Y. 38 142 42 60 .423
Maxwell, Det '31 97 21 35 361
Vernon, Boston 27 90 15 31 3H
Berra. N. Y. '.31 120 25 41 .342
Courtney Wash. 29 91 12 31 .341
Gene Conley Passes Big Test
As Braves Strenqthen
But Will Get
jitobeinthe th,ck of JV BOUt
Double Four, another colt boast-i
no win streak, returns to the
. """ r 0
races after an enforced layoff due
to a minor injury. No rider had
been announced for the Cococha
Stable hope at the time this story
: went to press.
' ; aii rnnsidered dangerous con.
tenders in this race are Cachafaz,
: .Harass and Maria Stttardo. Ca
chafaz and Albatross are disap
pointments thus far. Virgilio Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo has the leg up on Cachafaz
. while Cristian ReboUedo will guide
Albatross. Slow starting nana
' ct.rHn whiph was a winner in a
cahirHav rfroDDed a hair
fine decision to Hurling Park the
last time they met. Apprentice
rider Amado Credulio has the leg
up on Maria stuaroo.
Today I ncdrito 35 .15
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NEW YORK, May 29-OJP)-Joey
Giardello of Philadelphia,
former top middleweight con contender,
tender, contender, was Invited back to St.
NiMinia Arena today for anoth-i
er TV fight on July 2, although
he was upset by Charley Cotton
or Toledo, o.. ior ine oeuuuu
Mm In three weeks last night.
Promoter Teddy Brenner said.
"I'm of ferine Giaroeuo a ngni
with Tonv Baldonl on July 2.
want him back because; last
night's split .decision was un
popular and because ene snow snowed
ed snowed mieh lmnrovement" I know
he' voinur daces attain."
Lanky Cotton, wno naa spoil
ed bad boy" Giaraeuos come-
harfc cnmnalen bv winnine a
unanimous decision over him at
St. Nick's on May 7, wouna up
with an unpouular spilt vf.dlct
1B uic same iiug wn "'B"
adelnhia Joev. in his fifth come
back bout since a brush with the
kiw put him .out of-ition tem
porarily last year, was iavoreu
last nieht at 3-5. a mnch.;hort-
erwi5e than his 6-L on May7.4
Many of the 1,501. fans booed
the decision, -v :,; w,., .'''("
Cotton, weighing 154 pounds to
Giardello's 160, also, was reward rewarded
ed rewarded today with an Invitation to
fight again at St. Nick's on July
9, probably against Kory -uai-
noun oi New Yora.
Long, Pirates, ...
Boyer, Cards ...
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yankees 43
Long, Pirates .. 37.
Boyer, Cards 37
Berra, Yanks 35
Slevers, Senators .i 33
Musial, Card!rta,l3 33
Mantle,' Yanks '!.
Blasingame, Cards ...... 29
Mantle, Yanks .;...., 60
Long; pirates j'..... 53'
Boyer, Cards 52
Kuenn, Tigers ..v....... 51'
Goodman, Red Sox . . ; 45
(Based on 5 Decisions)
Lemon. Indians .-
Brewer. Red Sox
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Giants' dugouts to catch Daryl Spencer's foul in the ninth
inning at the Polo Grounds. The catcher may have saved the
game for the Cardinals by leaning into box seats to catch Alvin
Dark's foul with two men on and. two out in the eighth.
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ky Strike's match of the week by
defeating Charlie MacMurray 1 up.
Charlie was three down at the tarn
ana taught back to even en No. 16,
Seventeen was tied by pars.' Both
men were off the green in two on
the 18th. Charlie's chib to the cun
was -about three feet short while
Ray's shot was inside him leaving
NEW YORK, May 29(TJP) about a two footer. Charlie missed
The Montreal Royals have un. n putt and lost the match, r
covered a new shutout king m This, was not the best match
the person of young Billy Harris, played, only one of several. Tony
Tne 25-year-old rignwiander wanaus aeieaiea At uorsaie xupon
from St. Johns, N.B., posted his the 19th hole. The score shot by
third whitewash Job of the in-these two is not known, but you
ternauonai League season last can d iney were pom near par.
light as he stopped the Roches- ine ouier two matcnea in tne
r ilea wuigs wiui lour ziiw vu.mwuouni usui mucu wiui
8-0 victory.. V decisive win by Dale Bean over
Montreal gained a 2-0 lead In Cal 88. The match ended on the
fourth inning on a homer W1U Dean one unaer par aii-
iy Bob Wilson with one aboard. 5T losing a bau on the first hole.
4dded another marker In the nat 10,1(1 01 8" fiar
seventh and then scored three py, "nyone. .. .. .
more In the ninth. The Royals' i11 in last matcn of uns mght,
victory enabled them to open a ? Mitten got a bye over Jim
" . GtAltBl hilt TlA tA0 CllNllltM
tour-game lead over second-place u"""'
Rochester. . t0 Play a rund to keep 1n shape
The Buffalo Bisons totaled 11 for next week- ' . 1
hits off four Toronto pitchers
Ray' Barnes came through Luc- Jr. over Moran 1 un on' theJlst-
vwcus uver reiers 1
t ,u. i .v ....
!leaL.?aple.KiiIs'-4-.3- in ahape for. next week. i
Larry Donovan went the route
for the Bisons to gain the vie
The Miami Marlins scored all
their runs in the sixth Inning in
downing the Havana Sugar
Kings, 7-3, while the Columbus
Jets turned back the Richmond
Virginians, 4-2, behind southpaw
Juan Franco Tips
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For the spectators who came out
to see golf at. its best, they sure
got their share. In all, four match matches
es matches went extra holes, one each to
the 19th. 20th. and the 21st Only
a couple of the matches were won
with lopsided victories, 'the rest
went to the last two or three holes.
The complete results for the
week are as follows
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT: Jan-
kus over Corsale I up; Bean over
Riggs, 6 and S; Barnes over Mac-
Murray l up: Mitten over Stoval,
, FIRST FLIGHT: Riley 'over Su Super
per Super 2 and 1: Beall over Melinck.
by default; Graham over Green by
default; McGowan over DesLondes
Sr. 2 and 1.
SECOND FLIGHT: Kandrin o-
ver Donavan 3 and 1: DesLondes
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unaawica over Carlton 2 and
THIRD FLIGHT: rMlM
Van Gelder.S and 4; Thompson o-
ver iUBSSOl a ana 2;. Fncf nmr
Rice 5 and 4: Rogers over hvL
FOURTH FLIGHT; eleven?. a.
H a 1
ver mcue a ana t; Toiand over
Sullivan 1 up; jCarey over. Vinson
2 and 1; Haiy oyer younblood 3
; FOURTH FLIGHT: Coffey over
Munyon 2 un: Sullivan over Grow
a ana z; mompson over Boyett by
default; Brown over BeU by ; de-
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Johnson 3 and i; McNamara over
uavis 1 up on tne zist;' weade 0.
ver Chandler 3 and 1; CurvUle 0-
ver DesLondes 1 up on the" 20th.:
SEVENTH t FLIGHT: Jamison
over Hatting 1 up; Bo wen over
Kihlgrea 3 and 2: Cain over Car
denas; and Hare over Johnson:
The line up for next weekends
semi-finals insures another week
of the best of golf at the follow
ing .pairings show: i,
V. Championship Flight 1
Tony Jankus vs Dale Bean
Ray Barnes vs Doc Mittea -,
First ;Flight ,;
G. Riley vs H. Beal
; P.; Graham vs. G. McGpwan V
Secomi Flight I
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1 J. G. Owens vs M. Chadwick
v Third Flight !;
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H. Post vs W. Rogers v.
.y-i Fourth Flight '
L. C. Clevenger vs H. J. Toiand
H. Carey v J. Haay .. ..
R. Coffey vs R.' Sullivan I
J. M. Thompson va .D. F. 1C.
. Sixth Flight J
B. McClain vs J. McNamara
F. Weade vs C. A. Courville
Seventh Flight V :
' W. T. Jamison vs R. Bowen
- J. Cain vs J. R. flare.
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' By FRED DOWN
Gene Conley passed hs big test,'
which means the Braves are
ready .today for the even bigger
test of. presenting Milwaukee
with ltj first pennant. --The
6-foot, 8-lnch right-hander,
who came off the disabled
list Friday, spun six strong in innings
nings innings in relief last night to score
his first victory as the Braves
retained first place with a 10-3
conauest of the St. Loui3 Cardi
nals. Conley yielded eight hits
but wasnt touched for. a run
until the ninth In giving, the!
Braves their third straight win.
Hank Aaron led .the Braves'
14-hit attack with four h ts
while Bobby Thomson and Del
Crarrfali homered. Aaron now
has' batted .537 in the Braves'
last 10 games and has his sea season's
son's season's average up to .347. .
But Conley's performance was
the bz story because the tow
ering side-wheeler is recognized
as the pltcner wno can conwot
the Dowerful Brooklyn codgers.
Big Gene had an 11-5 record in
eariv Ju v last year oeiore ne
came down with a lame shoul
der. He suffered a recurrence ot
the ailment In snrinir training
and at one time was feared lost
for the season. ;
The amazing Pittsburgh Pi
rates ran their winning streak"
to four games and took 1 Hi-
game hold on third place witn
a 3-2 decision over the Dodgers.
A rrowd of 32.221 largest for a
nieht same at Forbes Field in
six years was aeugntea as bod
Friend pitched a two-hitter and
Dale Long ran his record homer
streaK to eignt in .eigne games.
Fnend now nas beaten ine
Dodgers three tames this sea season,
son, season, has won five straight
games and has an t-2 .record.
H? leads the majors in victo victories.
ries. victories. Lone, given a $2,500 ra'se
only a few hours before last
night's game, has a .414 aver average
age average and has hit in nine
Robin Roberts made one of his
rare relief appearances to help
Harvey Haddix win his first
same for Philadelphia as the
Phillies downed the New York
Giants, 5-2. Roberts choked off
a Giant rally In the eighth after
two hit by Willie Jonos and
triples by Elmer Valo and Richie
Ashburn uaced the, Phillies to
their earls lead. ;
Bob Rush J who score .three
of the Chicago Cubs' tiine tri
umnhs this year. pitched a
three-hitter to beat the Cincin
batl Redlegs, 4-1.' The powerful
rieht-hander walked only one
batter and struck out seven. The
loss was the Redlegs'. third In a
row. .iv..'i t,
In the American League, the
New York Yankees opened up
H tame lead when they
beat the Boston Red Sex, 2-0,
behind Whltey Ford's five-hitter.
It was Ford's seventh vic victory
tory victory and he reduced his earn-'
ed ran average to 1.01. Frank
Sullivan's wild p.tch and two
errors, aided In the t. Yankee
Former' teammate Steve -Gro-I
mek pitched a six-hitter to give
the Detroit Tigers a 3-2 decision
oevr the second place Cleveland
Indians. The first three Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland batters hit safely against
Gromek but he yielded only
three more blows the rest of the
way. Ray Boone had a homer
and two singles as the Tigers
handed strikeout king Herb
Score his, fourth loss.
Enos Slaughter's two-run 9tn
inning homer enabled the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics to come from
behind and beat the Chicago
White Sox, 6-4, while the Balti
more Orioles pushed over a run
in the .tenth Inning- for a 6-5
triumph over the Washington
Senators' ln the other ,A-L.
games. --a .; ; ;..
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Brooklyn at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at Chicago-
Only games scheduled.
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Chicago v 000 040 OOx 4 k
Kansas City, i 15 21,
Waslngton ,15 22
Nuxhall (1-4), Fowler,? Jeff-
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(Night Game) ','. .-'-New
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Philadelphia 100 022 OOx 5 2
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Boston at New York ).
Washington, at Baltimore1
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New York ? 100 100 OOx 2 4
fuuivan (3-2) and White. ,,
Ford (7-1) ,and Berra. t
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Dark IVBIlionaires Defeat
Paraiso Jets lrx ilst Game
YESTERDAY'S STAR -t-Dale
Long, of the Pirates who hit
his eighth home run in eight
atra'ght games to continue his
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, By HERBERT MOISE ;
Dark Millionaires eaea out a
3-to-2 decision over the paraiso
Jets Saturday behind the pitch
ing Of Fred Sapp in the first
game of their three-best-of-five
series as the second contest was
rained ouW 1
The DM victory' came in an
abbreviated match as the rain
began falllne in the bottom half
or tne seventh after the Million.
aires had failed to score in the
'op half. ,: f
Good pitching highlighted
the eame. With one down. Nu
gent Joseph walked, went to sec second
ond second as Carlos Magdaleno was
out pitcher to first, and scored
as Antonio t Canate s i n gled
sharply to center. The play .at
uie piate was close and produc produced
ed produced the first rhubarb of the
The Jets tied the score In the
bottom of the first without hit
ting tne ban as sapp hit one
batter, loaded the bases with
walks then continued to walk a
Edward Morrell. who tolled
for the Jets, yielded a single to
Bovelle In the second, :; Bovelle
moved to second as the throw
from rlghtrlelder Thomas Lowe
hit the bast at 'second and car
omed Into the Infield, He went
to third on a passed ball and
scored j on squeeze bunt by
With rha .nn. t. V W. T.t.
again scored to tie the-game lit
the bottom of the second, with.
out a base hit.-; 1 v
. ; i
In the third, the. Jets, got two
of their Ythree hits and .loaded
the bases with no outs. v Sapp
then fanned one and the ;third
out. another strikeout 'cam
after; Robert1 Joseph was tran.
ped off third. In their fourth,
the fialas Richmen talljed onoe
to to ahead which nroveri to bo
u o margin- 01 v 1 c a ory -Sappf
a little wild, again ran Irf
to trouble in the Jets fourth and s
sixth Innings in which they left
five men stranded.
TTarh nltr-hpr vltldorl' rir
hits. Sapp walked seven, Morrell
six. Lapp's pitching reflects .in
the defensive totals of his team V
as the Millionaires tnade only
iour assists two i by catcher
Tutu Joseph. and -two by the
third baseman.. The bulk, of the-
defensive work fell on the catch -er,.
Joseph as he made 10 put :
outs.-,- : ,v
.Interest hn been ad'rierf1 tn. th ,,
series as Agenda Glud will do- -nate
a trophy to the wlnningest
pitcher of the series. Already.
Maurlcio's sporting goods -store .,
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team, The aeries will continue
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mbrnlng at 9:30.
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5 Proud Pearl O. Prescott 108
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JBlue Moon A. Gonzalez 10a
fcCsherry Time !A. Ycaza 110
7 Regia 8. Carvajal 115x
llBi. ,. B. Aguirre, 120
5th Race fV Nat'ves 7 Fgs.;
i nuedad B- Baeza 111
1 Bagoaa -". 1M,
tS&iSF O Montero 14
Hetto V Ortega 118
f fcranara- F. Hidalgo 113
elcarioU JAvila 118
th Ra.;Wa.: Imp. 7 Fgs:
FIRST RACE OF
Ti-t. v nrtpea 108
lSSf -F Alvarei 106
Rtr B Baeza 103
' iZviLS T SanS 9x
8Greco A. Credldio 99x
K On. C Ruiz 110
- 10-P. de OfJ,,' p-CrlaUan 1U j
7th Race H2aB Imp. 7 Fgs.
v 4 2ND RACE OF
- 1 Danielo 1 R. Visquez 113
2 Pugilist F. Hidalgo 110
5 Bosu'ns Mate A. Mena 115
' 4 Little Fool A. Ycaza 110
6 Gay Spot V. Castillo 113
6 Mirzatoat G4 Sanchez 113
7 Nesscliffe P- Sanchez 103x
8 Rlqul? ; F. Alvarez 11
tth Race "G" Imp. 1 Pgs. Purse $458
1 Florera J. Adames 107x
: 2 Lyrical G. Vaaques 87x
8 Don's Claw O. de Leon 102x
4 Moon Beam G. Montero 107X
8 Febrero II A. Vasquez 113
8 Dona Beatrlz L. Giraldo 112
7 Don Cuto F. Alvarez 113
' 8 Panicus J. Phillips 110
9th Race Class "D" Imp.
MEMORUL DAY HANDICAP
lXKurllng'Park B. Aguirre 113
2 Cachafaz V. Castillo 115
" 8 King A. Vasquez 113
4 M. Stuardo A. Credldio 107X
"6 Melendeav A. Ycaza 115
8 Albatross ? '-'R. Crlstian 110
7 Pappa Flynn F. Sanchez 103x
8 Grey Juan S. Carvajal llOx
8 Double Four 110
18th Race "E" Imp. 1 Mle
1 Lucho ;
2 Andes V
3 Supper Girl
5 Ch. Mc Cart
8 E. Magic
8 (Lucky Test
, E. Dario 113
B. Baeza 110
B. Aguirre 111
F. Alvarez 108
F. Hidalgo 110
O. de Leon 107x
C. Ruiz 115
R, Vasquez 118
11th Race; "HS" Imp. 7 Fgs.
2 El Regalo
F. Hidalgo 113
G. Montero 101s
J. Phillips 108,
B. Baeza 100
-J. JimCnez 107x
6 M. EllDDer C. Izleslas 105
7 Matruh A. Credidfo 10
8 Dawn Song A. Gonzalez 110
Pom 8488 Pool Closes 12:45
OF THE DOUBLE
Will eet the pace
Rates good chance
Would pay off
-Jockey should help
Usually close up
Purse S408 Pool Closes 1:15
-Rates fair chance
-Good chance in mud
-Not against these ;
-Rates good chance
-Back u winning form,
-Could take it all
Pool Closes 1:45
Would surprise again
Ran well in last
anuuiu i uim up
Not against these
Form indicates ...
Trailer In last
Despite weak rider
Should, be close up '
Peol Closes 2:28
-Weak effort in last -,,
T.irlti irlv weed
-Last doe n t count
Dropped in class
Purse. 275 ) Pool Closea 2:55
-Distance to using
. uMlu ,v well
-cHd surprise ;
-Miles the best
-Returns from layoff
Ran well in return
-Poor recent races ,
-Could be upsetter
-Should be close up
-Not off recent races
- lUsn't shown, much j
Purse $408 Pool Closes 4:85
THE DOUBLE 1 1
Will fiifht it nut .,. 2
Not in winning form 20-1
Vstl imnroved 3
DisacDointment thus far 5-1
Would pay nice odds 8
Should score off last 3-2
Nothing to recommend 30-1
Not in best form 10
Pool Closes 4:48
Early speed only 20-1
Will force the pace 15-1
Could pay off here 10-1
Doesn't seem likely 15-1
Will fight it out - 3-2
Could bang on to score : 3-1
Has strongest finish EVEN
Last doesnt count 3-1
Parse $608 Pool Closes 1:15
. ONE TWO
-In fight to finish , 2-1
Ratea fair chance 5-1
Distance handicaps 3-1
Racing to best form 4-1
Has beaten better : 2-1
Good early speed i 5-1
"Would surprise 10-1
Returns from layoff 10-1
Reportedly ready 3-1
Purse $558 Pool Closes 8:40
Aiming for payoff
Could get up here
Depends on start -Dangerous
Not against these
Back in best form
Form indicates .
- Purse $408
Contender among these
Rates fair chance
Could make it now
Would pay weU
Ratea good chance
Has strong finish
Should be close uj
Early speed only
Oaea Niaatly free
ly HARRY GRAYSON
- It might be advisable for the
Pacific Coast Conference to call
the whole thing off and start ail
The football recruiters are
blowing the whistle on one inoth
er. If this keeps up and the inves
tigators dig any deeper, the con
ference may not have a team left
to send to tne Rose BowL
, A batch of UCLA players are
going to be deprived of a year of
Why bit the youngsters for the
offenses ol adults responsible for
Isn't it about time administra
tors of athletic programs are held
There is an unusual twist to
high-pressure football in the col
leges. You can list on the fingers
of one hand institutions over-em
phasizing football that have large
endowments. Wealthy people con
cerned about important educa
tional development are not inter
ested in football DOwers.
So. why all the mad rush for
superior talent and the under-the-table
tactics that go with it?
A bev whe does not excel in
athletics has to be in the top third
of his class to, get In any first
class college. It costa $2,000 a year
i it. i i itrL . l
io sena Dim 10 icnoui. nnen ne
gets there, all the money he sees
is from hornet
The registrar looks at the aver
age lad s credentials coldly. U
they don't measure up, he doesn't
enter. If he does get In, he isyout
real quick if bis marks don t bold
ine way tne sports pages nave
been reading lately, however,
vou'd suspect that a seat oi nign
Wr learning is a place for big-bo-
aiea ooya omy, swuues wiui mree
good years of high school football
under their belts.
You'd think it was k land of
blocking and tackling, and as far
as the footoau squad goes, you a
be richt Schools Dlayutg the Dig
time game are little more than
football foundries, as far as the
atnieies are concerneu.
College football in most sections
hn become to imDortant that you
can find people who tell you that
"we should pay college piayers. n
woum euu uywtriy.- t
'CellMe fOetball Is a fine game
Placed in the hands oi 010 logy
lmnl. teal and synthetic." and
i career coaches looking to make
$18,000 a year, it nas oecome an
over.grown evu. v w
. What good is a ? thorough
VnmvUHffit nf how to knock the end
nn tntn the bleirhert io vears lat
er when the Doss warns 10 raow
rhf standing of the Bigelow ac
count, or whether tne proauci is
' unfer rollcffl. for
football experience leading to the
rnfcinna1 rnk have no busi
ness in classes. Let the pros es
tablish farm ciuds ior inem. wme
tn think nf it. that'a what colleges
Dlaying.the all-out ;, game really
Tk t nnlhin wrnntf with ath
letic scholarships, but the way
they are nanoieo toaay prepua prepua-.ina
.ina prepua-.ina whv ihnulil an over-sized
uvu. "J ------
lad with a 68 average be welcome
when a nrigni-enougn iu n
trouble getting in? : -V.
Tk.r. m una rHomlnf feature
to the Pacific, Coast Conference
mess. -. -i i
t ahnnM hehi return college
football to its proper setting.
' ly HANS RfARDON
24 Years in National League
Written hr Nf A Service
OUESTION: It ia the last half
of the ninth inning in a tie gamV
The manager sends a pinch-nit-;
ter up without telling the plate
umpire. He is not announced as
being io the game. He hits a home
run. The opposition claims ne oat
ted illegally. What is the ruling?
George O Brien.
' Answer: The heme run stands.
The manger probably would be
fined for not inform inf the urn urn-plre
plre urn-plre of the new hitter. As for the
official announcement that he is
m the tame, this la net a rule.
It is only a service to fans.
O. Is there any rule, regarding
the motion with which a pitcher
can throw to a base on a pick-off
attempt George Ryan.
A. The pinner naa te tana a
dafinlte step toward the base be
is throwing to. .
. .rk! No eesrty
, m i .. raM rum
.tried re" "--
Mo with iw
Wins It M fc1
it into eo'- rowr "T
: Mrvingi. When roe -7
k lac 9Y1 Ro"-
OlD GO FOR
The dectelon of the Dnlverslty of Florida te present Needles
with a varsity track letter is manifestly something about which
the winner of the Kentncky Derby can do nothing. 4 r
According to Mr. Wes Larson, "president of the council which
approves all letter awards, this gesture is In wrognitiro of the
fact that the 3-year-old colt has become the first Florida-bred
,tn ohomninnshin hnnnra at t mile and a Quarter. In keep
ing with such procedures at Institutions of higher learning, no
reference was made to the athlete'a. academic enlevements, if
Ar The ulan is to nresent what the' AP Jeallsol'the coveted F";
to the colt and his twp owners between halves at the Florida
Kentucky football game next fall. Whether the plan will mate mate-rialize,
rialize, mate-rialize, however, remains to be seen.
If )f felt in eerUln circles that this Is a slyly camouflaged
scheme te distract publie attention from the Wes Santee mess,
and other malodorous scandals In college sports, by exploiting
the 188 percent amateurism of Needles, who can positively prove
that he never took a dime In his life. It is said the SPCA wiU
be asked to Intervene.
.. Needles, an authentic member of equine aristocracy and a
prominent alumnus of the -fashionable Calumet Stud Farm, Is
inherently discriminating antk this probably explains why he
spends so llttie time in me company oi numsus.
Indeed, his background is such It's questionable that he d
get a bang out of sitting around with track and field stars as
thev enmnare swindle sheets, or that he would regard "the
coveted F" as the one thing
umpnaniiy compicic. ,
Needle f area, a humiliating, even' degrading, 'experience
Yet, if It Is worthwhile to maintain the fiction of amateurism
In big-time eollege football, his contribution will not have been
trivial.. Perhaps wnen you come rigni, oown w i uwm bum
teur la better than no amateur at all.
" SWING BIG STICil
' s-:'"-', r ':";:". ir-' '"','; "f :Vl ,f- M.;1" ; a '"v7".:
From all accounts there cannot have been too many bona
fide amateurs playing college football oh the Pacific Coast in
recent years. Certainly npt In the I A.' district, where one
school's violations Incurred penaltlea amounting to $95,000, and
its crosstown rival Is charged with paying $71,000 to athletes
under the table over a two-year period., rji:y:X i:,Cy:,-'r
1 Apparently, what everybody thought was amog were only
fames from the sham amateurism that pervaded the playing
fields. As the cordid story unfolds, the college people. . coach coaches,
es, coaches, athletic directors and academicians. are making Babe Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy look good by comparison. McCoy'j iLA. prize fight pro promoter,
moter, promoter, recently fingered by investigators as a notorlons fixer of
fights. It's a mark of credit, however dubious, that the Babe
McCoys never try to screen their larceny with a cloak of re respectability.
spectability. respectability. . v- l
f The one encouraging note about these football disclosures
(they come from Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama and Florida,
as well as the Coast) Is the heavy punches the NCAA mopup
men are throwing A stiff kick in the pants has been substitut substituted
ed substituted for the futile smack on the wrists. For example, the L. A.
branch of the University- of California must ground its entire
freshman team for one year, also every member of .the '53 var varsity
sity varsity who has any eligibility left. i ,- , t
The big stick is college football's only hope to 'survive as
an amateur sport. No- college will continue to. pay players in
the face of penalties which make such investments unprofit unprofitable,
MISS WOODLET LEADS THE PACK A field of 28 horses comes down the Wldener Chute
at the finish of the first we at Belmont Pa k, Elmont, N.Y. The winner wag Miss Wood Wood-ley,
ley, Wood-ley, with Jockey Paul Bailey up; second was Kligwood, ridden by Jack Wes trope; and Deebol,
with Eric Ouerin in the saddle, was third.
iy tsj?;' ( 'V'
most needed to make bis life tri-
acrr it og YOU AiN'T'm
Nixes Offer S i
To t.1eet Perez
1 LONDON, May 29 (UP) Jim
Wicks, manager of former Brit
ish Empire flyweight contender,
Jake Tull of South Africa, today
said he had declined an offer
for Tull to meet Argentina's
worm champion pascual Perez.
The offer was for an over overweight
weight overweight match to take place in
Buenos Aires at the end of June.' largest swimming event ever.giv ever.giv-Tull
Tull ever.giv-Tull has not foueht since last' pn in thi Atlantic area with '39. a?!
jyear aiier losing w peter Kee- vents beln run ior giris ana noysi,- - r .i
anan, British and 'tmnlrei ban.ifrem' Six to' sixteen.-trf-- ..vm-rimr,fiimv-mt
ii . I -j ;
tam-weignt champion, una Dal
Dower, British and .Empire, ily- seebnd' nd third' place, medals inrj :''.- .Z
weight tiUe holder j i'tZ :Heaclt : eevntCapi -C; B. Fenton! tAtfint a innl
The little South African took'' has given two beautiful trophies to; v WUill : IO Ollin
after which he said, he would re
sume his trade as a printer.
Finds Player In
MORGANTOWN. W. Vs. (NEAV,
Art Lewis, West Virginia coach.
found a bright football prospect
in his own backyard.
Lewis' 15-year-old son. Cammy.!
was piayimw! iooioau ana in cnas
me a pass ran into the fender of
a parked automobile. The dam damage:
age: damage: $U to the car. Cammy kept
right on playing. At 8 feet and 185
pounds now, the youngster will be
a fullback candidate when ne en
ters Morgantown High benool in
the faU. j (
BALTIMORE' (NEA) George
V. Weiss, and Frank Connolly. Bal
timore businessmen, hit Upon the;
idea of presenting each : oriole,
pitcher who hurls a shutout with, a
full-sized,' hand-made horse collar
Along with the couar goes an
engraved brass plate upon which
is noted the date and the name of
the club white-washed.
Don Perrarese became the first
recipient when he blanked the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees without giving them a hit for
'"V FIREMEN REFEREE vj J
NILES. Mich. (UP) Niles!
Township firemen rushed to a tav
ern when a fire alarm was sound
ed but found a tight and not a
fire was in progress. The owner's
wife told firemen she thought the
bartender said "fire" when actually
he said there was a "fight." Fire Firemen
men Firemen quickly cooled the hot tem
The Mad Rush?
Master Your Game..;
Backspin Makes Pitch
-;; By JAcRll BURKE.- ;
: i Mastar of the Masters :
Writtan for NEA Service
Qn a pitch, aim at the top of the
pin, not at the bottom.
Backspin is- the essence of the
The best way to obtain if is to
try to hit the ball almost to the
pin on the fly.
Failing to do this, yon hit the.
shot without the authority it de demands.
mands. demands. You lose faith in the back,
spin which the flange of the wedge
can give you and proceed to make
allowance for a good deal more
roll than the shot should have.
The result is a pitch-and-run, a
different shot altogether.
Aiming at the top of the pin you
are bound to get the ball up, to
hit it firmly and crisply. ;
Looking at the top of the pin sc-
tually raises the ball. Looking at
the bottom keeps me trajectory,
With any shot, from the putt to
the drive, make the target as big
as possible. This eases the mind,
which, inturn, eases the muscles.
Don't tighten the muscles by
asking the improbable of them.
Off the tee, try only to keep the
ball on the fairway.
With an iron, tryo nly to hit the
With an approach, try only, to
get the ball within washtub area
of the cup.
This sort of coif has all the per
centage with you. :
Galun 41b Oi July
Swim Meet To Be
Biggest Event Ever
The annual Fourth of July swim swim-rains
rains swim-rains meet to be held at the Gatun
swimming pool will be sponsored
this year oy the Gatun Civic Coun Council
cil Council and the BOP Elks' Lodge 1942
Youth's Activity Committee under
the direction and supervision of the
Physical Education and Recreation
Branch. "' "' .-'
Plans ndltate this will be the
i .j. a
: The sponsors. will present tirsi.i
and Birr swimmer of the day,
-Entry blank will be made av available
ailable available in the near future at all
pools and gymnasiums. The meet
will be open to all students attend attending
ing attending U.S. Schools who are U. S. citiz citizen
en citizen reoidins on the Atlantic Side.
Age as of July 4; 1958, w-Jl gov-)
ern eligibility for all fcroup events;
and a contestant may participate
in only three events in his own age
Every event now listed on the
rccoid board will be contested. It
is rnticipated that many pool and
Canal Zone records will be nat.
Seen In Morning
CAMDEN, N. J.' (NEA) Calu Calumet
met Calumet Farm's devil's- red and. blue
colors are as prominent on the
Garden State Park track in -the
morning training as they are in
"We sometimes have as many as
17 horses on the track at the same
time,', explains Trainer
Tin. 'Tt'a ImnAaalKlai In t
each one is unless you
to identify your horses
several hundred others'
track. Wearing jackets
gives the boy a a aense
There's no sjoppincsss or careless;
ness.. zT't "-tT- i
Many other trainers have adopt-1
ih lriita. ? f r
have a way N fJ tT
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' ALGIERS, Mir MtUP) In-
dicatioos mounted today that the
nationalist rebels wen about to
' launch a "Mau Mau" campaign
1 similar to th lanei in Kenva.
The last weeks have seen a sud
den increase in the savage raura-
' er of Europeans and their sub subsequent
sequent subsequent mutilation. This morning
1 police her interrogated an Algeri-
an servant who tried to murder
In Kenya, Mu- Mao terrorists
held such influence that they fright frightened
ened frightened servants, loyal: for many
years, into butchering their era era-,
, era-, ployers, -'
rrencn omciais nave iounu uui
some Algerian rebels have now
resorted to. a similar policy. The
first incident occurred yesterday
when an Algerian cook tried to
murder thr sous-prefect of Djid Djid-'
' Djid-' kelli in Constantine.
: Highway Assassins
lln Cyprus Hold Up
iTruckr Kill Driver
In Red China
editor's Note:" Canadian bust.
nessman Marshall A. Johnson, f
Vancouver reports that now A-mtrkan-mad
machinery is be being
ing being recoivtd by the Chines Com Communists
munists Communists despite the western trade
embargo. Johnson makes the dis disclosure
closure disclosure in a dispatch written for
The United Press en his trade
mission te Peiping for the last last-West
West last-West -Export Import Co. It was
transmitted through Hong Kong.
By MARSHALL A. JOHNSON :
PEIPING. China. May 29 (UP)
Our company has been appoint-;
ed by 14 different Canadian com companies,
panies, companies, including some .- of the
; uLet the people know the truth and tKe country is $afeu Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. F., TUESDAY, MAT 29, 195
largest manufacturers, to open up WfletArn rtfti-tipt tnct their full rnn-
negotiations with the various ChWf of eternal Rome and'other'key
nese government corporations wHVcjtje, today in an election that
gave Fascists the balance of pow power
er power in city hall. -
The Christian Democrats repelled
an all-out Communist front bid to
capture Rome, mother city of the
Roman catholic church ana capi
tal.- '. ;
a view to securing nrm inquiries
and, wherever possible, firm ord'
ers for Canadian commodities.
Sine my arrival in China and
the opening of negotiations I am
more than ever convinced that
my visit here will result in the
commodity exchange between
Canada and China of a value ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding several hundred million
dollars during the next U to II
months. v -
Win Balance Of Power
Other Key Italian Cities
Florence was In doubt in a dra- "Red" Bologna remained under 31 for Leftists. Again the Fascists
matic battle between a monastic 'the Communist heel. and Monarchists with four seats
iuial.rafnrinina mivnr. fiinreiO lai' In Rome, the Onter nsrtiM ent km tk
Pira, and the Reds trying to break full control The Leftists got .29.1 Nearly complete returns showed
nis control on uie ncnaissauvc. t vines wneie i were neeuea iur me same Kind 01 Story In Uenoa.
But the race here and la Milan,
Venice and Genova ended in such
a deadlock between Leftists and
the Center parties that the bal balance
ance balance of power passed to the Fas Fascists
cists Fascists and the Monarchists oa the
NICOSIA, May 29 (UP) Cypnot
' gunmen riding the highways gang-,
style in a, black car stopped a
.truck and shot down its two occu occupants
pants occupants today.
l A hur.t nf li.ilW. WWiA the trnrV"
driver and seriously wounded the! ';,:.. m-v i v.,,
other occupant. A Turkish police- J r.1" hl$hft !!?
man who died from bomb wounds )r lSSLft
raised the day's death total from e'n" PPer manufacturing na na-Violence
Violence na-Violence to W thinery. ; ;
-rt?krta.fftfVtaM Fir contract agj reement, have
wire across to Nicosia to separate !redy been reached with three
'feuding Greeks and, Turks the, den' government corporaUons.
highway assassins struck between1, Tro my observations of the
"Nicosia and Famagusta .tremendous development projects
. tn nn. th. hnMPsf fnrv of that are now underway, the. vast
'the year-old emergency 4 men in potential of the Chinese market is
a black car intercepted and stop- completely unimaginable. :
'ued a truck travellina toward!
h. th 'lit and export licenses, there I. no films, disclosed,tod.y she n.rro
and mowed down the .Wr &JSEW
-vujiii '. "'-' '.. I 1 (! Chin U Kloccorl hv Pl.l. mA nUtnl ffrlTsH hr fnTebrAft
Bullet Misses Head
Of Mary Pickford
In Pislol Accident
HOLLYWOOD; May 29 (UP)'
Actress Marv Pickford. America'!
import sweetheart in the days of silent
ty. ; v -v ' ? Fascists with 10 and Monarchists
With only two of 349 districts with six votes held the balance,
outstanding, the seat breakdown But Christian Democrat Premier
showed a deadlock on the banks Antonio Segni refused before the
of the Arno River, too. election to unite with either left or
Center Dirties had 30 seats. 25 rifiht to run the cities.
of them won by uie inrisuan ue-
mocrats. This was. one short ot a
majority. The Leftists got 27 seats.
Three seats for the Fascists and
Monarchists spoiled La Pira'i bid
for full control.
Yields $1800 Total
grg comrstrif."m i g hi I jX. I
rfead to a bloody civil war in Cyp- favortd nation by reason of a
-rus.. Eighty per cent, of Cypriots v '8neu
'are Greek-speaking and 20 per cent
the colony.: m
I British Governor Sir Johft'Hard Johft'Hard-Ung
Ung Johft'Hard-Ung attended a graduation ceremo ceremo-..y
..y ceremo-..y at-tho. .Cyprus -palica three's
'training school in Strovolo this
I morning to brace, up the British British-controlled
controlled British-controlled native polic c o r p i,
which is taking' heavy casualties
Jn the rebellion, r
Police are as favored targets $
British- troops.- -v '
"By becomings a policemsn,"
Hardine said. "and by serving
your couhtry in the police force,' LIMA, Peru, May 29 (UP)
you have joined- a profession which Peru s first police school for worn worn-is
is worn-is a most honorable and impor-en opened today with an enroll enroll-'
' enroll-' tant one." 'ment of 40.
k regards to export restrictions
these can shortlvbe-considered as
history becauser here in Peiping I
have seen with my. own eyes brand brand-hew
hew brand-hew An3esfcanmanufactured,: ma machines
chines machines in use Which.have found
their way Into China despiti U
embargo lists. s- M-wt-.t.t6wifl?''
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Peru Opens Police
School For Women
Miss Pickford said the incident
occurred- Saturday night w hen
she and her husband, producer
Buddy Rogers, were accompanied
to their fashionable home by Capt.'
Horace Brown and his .wife, Ma-
rion. Davies. afteryattn(,in8
formal opening of a new decorator
Shop.' ;t f ; ',, .ft
The actress said Brown slipped
it hi was showirut the pistol to
Rorgers and the weapon acciden accidentally
tally accidentally discharged, in the driveway
outside her home. Brown reported
ly was carrying the pistol to guara
expensive jewels worn- by his wife
at the party. ; ;
The- golden-haired actress taid
the bullethit the pavement, and
ricocheted to her forehead. She
said she thought the bullet missed
her forehead. ,:
Miscellaneous property, Includ Including
ing Including a shipment of household
and personal items and surplus
furniture were auctioned off
Trldav nleht and Saturday in
the Cristobal storehouse build building
ing building for a total of $1,800.
. A crowd of approximately 200
S",! Atlantic side residents were on
outlet,. ji -f h. ....
liuu uuimg uiva ut tu.w vhv-
tion to bid lor sucn items as
household linens, sterling silver,
clothing, toys, sports equipment,
kitchenware, ana tools.
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of the barbaric
love that left the
Great Pyramid as Hs
landsiark has been
) In Egypt with a' cast
ot thousands by the
J 1 largest location
v rrsMsr tvsr (Mf
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The story of the day a
intruder violated a house
.Land tore: the lires of
' its people apart...
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' Furniture told Included writ writ-Ins
Ins writ-Ins tables, rocking chairs, chlf
fonlers,- dressers,, tables; rugs
and rattan chairs, u. ;
For the first time; time
schedule was alven Tor th aue
tlorilnsr 'of the various lots and
a different group of items was
put up for saie eacn nour.
Auctioning began at 6:30 p.m.
Friday and continued until 8:30
p.m. The gale began again at
8:30 a.m. Saturday and contin
ued until au items were aoia.
The auction was conducted by
Richard W. Chesson, Canal Zone
policeman, who has conducted
several auctions on the Pacific
side for the Storehouse Division.
Either he will have to change
that decision, with far-reaching
implications for Italy and the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic alliance, or allow the ap appointment
pointment appointment of', a non-political
""ommissar" pending new elec elections,
tions, elections, j .'-.. ',
In Venice the Center got 30
seats,' one short of a, majority.
Leftists- had 26 and the one vote
which the Center needed was
somewhere amone the three Fas
cists and one Monarchist council-1
In Milan, the Center hoped to
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Indianapolis Speedway v FIqodedl
On Eve Of 500-Mile Auto Race
INDIANAPOLIS, ind., May 29 blocked and traffic moved at t,
(UP) Flood waters poured crawl In city and suburban
through Indianapolis streets and reas. .. ; c.
turned the city's famed speed-: The forecast for today waa
way into a lake on the eve of continuing thunderstorms : over ;
the 500-mile Memorial Day t n- Indianapolis. Mayor Philip Bayt
declared an emergency, saying it
was the worst flood since 1913,
wnen nign waters kUied between
to race today.
Police and civil defense work workers
ers workers manned rowboats. to vget
marooned families to safety on 25 and 50 persona and caused
me cuy s west iringe. sio-miiiidn damage.
' A' total of 1500 families was ".
evacuated In Indianapolis and t r - -surrounding
Marion County and yrAlACCAf. .j3YC llPu
Holhinrj But Dluff
Thus, 11 years after the death
of Fascist dictator Benito Mus Mus-.
. Mus-. solini, the extreme Right found
itself in a heady position ot pro prominence.
minence. prominence. --.3 !-.- :;-
The Fascists showed nationwide
losses, according to incomplete re returns.
turns. returns. The Monarchists also went
downhill. But the stand-off between
Leftists and the Center parties in
the big cities handed a club those
who yearn either for a dictatorship
or a king.
Honeymoon Is Over
For Grace,: Prince
MALAGA, Spain,' May 29 (UP)
Prince Rainier and Princess
hospitals treated 30 exhausted
persons. Damage was, estimated II ''tf'
in th hundreds of thousands of. MirSflB Welti
To make matters worse, the
flooding rains Jcept comkig
down. --' t s ; ;
ine iiooa stanea auer inree nxrvn u.k m trrD ; i
days of near-tropical force rains 'mir.M r k
drenched Indianapolis endoth- treatment of multiple sclera sit.
er Midwest communities. ; Flood w.s caiied bluff her vester.
waters also spilled oyer central day by an American guest profes
Tilinois farmlands, but were fall- sor ,t the Swiss Institute for Se Se-ing
ing Se-ing back today after claiming at rum. and Vaccination Ktesearch.
least one life. -tf-f -.- U '.
The floods couldn't have I- The Soviet news agency Tass
come down at a worse time for said ,oh Msy 20,: that 100 -grama
Indianapolis.' They coincided had been sent by air to Switzer
with the last day of prepara- land and the" Netherlands. :
tiong for the annual speedway '-K has not arrived in Switzer--classic,
when thousands, of peo- land yet Professor Hellmuth C R.
pie flock to the Hoosier capital Simons, formerly1 of Philadelphia
for the greatest of aU auto "ld; : ;?
j'L;1m "M ihi Russians sent tt by plane, '!
li"" 5f lh?,J.p" as they claimed, it should hava.
ivw ucstuocu us quBRiuwc hum hum Inns fim aan,
:' "From my knowledge of past
correspondence and literature on
the subject, which made a very
bad impression upon roe. he ad-
persuade a likeminded councilksr, Grace ended their five-week hon-
belonging to the "Democratic Re- eymoon today and sailed aboard
newal" party to give them a one- tne royai Monacan yacm xor ueir
vote majority on the 80-seat coun- tmy pnncipaUty on the French
cil. r Riviera. The voyage is expected
The center pulled in 40 seats to to take four. to iive days. .
today and the track Itself
practically a lake. :
But speedway officials did,
not consider postponing the
race, even thongh 50 persons
were evacuated from suburban
Speedway City where the track
is located. Speedway owner
. Tony Hulman was confident
Uie track will drain 'n time for
the starting flag tomorrow.
Ofticiais wornea, however, a-;
detf, "I think it's a bluff and
sould not be taken seriously."
"The Russians have t claimed,
he said, "that production of this
vaccine is so far behind that pa patients
tients patients are being put on waiting lists
for four years." s
"There is nothing to- hope from
bout the floods' effect on out-, this Soviet vaccine and all mul-
of-towners coming to see the : tiple sclerosis patients should be
500-mile classic. More than alwarned against placing any con'
dozen main -highways werefidence in this medicine,"
Right To Ilegotiafe
Hew Pad Wild UJ
. PARIS. May 29 (UP) T h e
Moroccan government announced
yesterday it formally reserved the
right to negotiate a new agree agreement'
ment' agreement' with the United States on
the five U. S. air bases in the for former
mer former French North African protec protectorate.
torate. protectorate. ....-
The reservation, disclosed in a
French Moroccan "interdepend "interdependence",
ence", "interdependence", accord signed today, set off
specualtion on the fate of the multi-million
dollar American bases.
It was made in an exchange of
letters accompanying an agree agreement
ment agreement calling for close foreign po
licy, cooperation between France
and Morocco, which was granted
independec by the French last
March. U ;-:
' The .Moroccans made the res reservation
ervation reservation on the ground they were
left out of. the Dec. 22, 1950 a a-greement
greement a-greement in which France permit permitted
ted permitted the United States to set up
the long-range bomber bases.
The bases include ; lour news
from which NATO bombers caps,
ble of carrying nuclear weapons
could strike at Soviet cities. There
also is an air and naval base at
Port Lyautey. Other installations
include two radar stations and
headquarters of the 17th Air Force
at Rabat. .
With Baby Shower
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. May 29
(UP) A baby shower for Mrs.
Inga Merk ended in a dead heat
with the stork.
As some 20 guests arrived at the
home of Mrs. Hertha Loch yester yesterday
day yesterday they were told the guest of
honor would not be present. She
hsd given birth to twin' boys at
7:30 p.m. at Milwaukee Hospital.
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