The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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AN IKDEFEKDENT cT II DAILY KIWSPAfEU

; "Let the people knotc the truth and the country is $afe" AhreJuntf lincoln.

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PANAMA, R. r, THURSDAY, MAT 11,. 1951

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MEET THE NEW BOSS

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Govi W POTTER met with tepresentatives of the 'Various civilian communities of the Ca- j
narzone on his first flay in the Canal Zone. All president of the six Civic Councils visited to
Governor at his office yesterday. Shown in this -picture, left to right: 1 Mrockman, pro-
grams coordinator baclc to camera); E.' A. Doolan, personnel- directory Jefferson J oaeph.
Kbow City council; R:T. Thomas. Gatun; H, P. Janner, Gamboay Thomas L. Sellers, crls-j
S-Kartta; Charts McG, Brandl, Pacific Council; Lb Oov.H.W. Schull, Jr.; andPotterf

fake; dope
and charity

PHILADELPHIA. Mar SI (UP)

People in the City of Brotherly
Love are so charitable4 (hey even

drop money in containers labeled
"heroin fund for addicts" and "na

tional sociely for twinkle-toed chil

dren the Philadelphia Inquirer

disclosed today.

The newspaper, with approval oi
the Police Department, sent report reporters
ers reporters to 65 homes on a "test run"
through various parts of the city
to solicit for obviously non-exist

ent chanties.
The reporters and a blonde ihow ihow-firl
firl ihow-firl also nassed the containers a-

mong several hundred pedestrians

in city hall courtyard ana at ouiy
street Intersections. i
Donations ranging from a dime
to a dollar were dropped in con containers
tainers containers with such labels as Ameri

ca nCommunist refugee fund," Na Nasi
si Nasi society," "Heroin fund for ad

dicts" and "National aociety for

twinltletned children" .-;,

The newsnaner. which turned the

proceeds over t the American
Cancer Society, said the experiment

was undertaken to show now easily-money
Is taken from the public

by fraudulent soucitors.
Etfuri!:.. Bosl f
Seized On Eria

- HITFP ATrt N!" Y.-: 'Mstr, 11 (UP

Knife-bearing teenage gang mem members
bers members selied eontrol of an excur excursion
sion excursion boat crossing Lake Erie Jast
night unci terrorized its pener
ty r mar a (!av '"'H

'

'Soys CommujiisJs
, - mi

Have Violated
Korean Armistice

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DISCVSS MIDDLE EAST MaJ. Gen' E. I Bums (left); chief
Vof the Palestine Truce Supervision Commission, reports to UN
Secretary General Da Hammaxskjold on the Middle East
'- littttvi f rvl 1 rwirt ta a, Kl Arrival In Nw Vnrlr J( :

Arab Speaker Praises Hammars

But Palestine; Grievances Remain

UNITED NATIONS. -N.Y Ma?

31 UP (Syria declared today

that secretary-general Dag Ham-

ma' -'kjnid "has been able to
. y a vr fr" Ke 1"';' ''.

asked to eentlnue his "efforU".
tn the M'ddle East, thus tlelrtr

hh mandate to the Council's
resoi "Ion wb'fh teht n'-n on

PANMUNJOM; Korea. May 31 (UPX Ttie United-

Nations Command announced today it. was expelling the

neurrai iruce supervision reams trom sourn Korea pecause
the Communists Tha4 flagrantly violated terms of the Ko

rean armistice. :'V::'---sH- "T:""-,

The major violation was the illegal buildind of a Com-

ntunist North Korean air force since the armistice. Y; r

U.N. sources said the Reds had brought in between
400 and 500 planes into North Korea, about half of them
jets. ,
r I At end of the lighting the United Nations air force,
had wiped out the North Korean air force and destroyed
most of the JNprthT Korean air bases.
t4The new panes have been spotted on radar flying
into North Korea in wholesale numbers.
' The Command informed unification of that country, the
the Communist high command British foreign office armo'inc armo'inc-at
at armo'inc-at a meeting of the j armistice ed in London today. v
commission that the four-nation At the same time.vlt released
neutral commission would not an exchanje of notes hetv.en

be allowed to !reume inspect the corrunt f r' -r.v.
tions in South Korea until the ernment a
Communists did ti thl- ernment r

' ELLIS FAWCETT, (left president of the Paraiso council and of the Congress of Civic Coun-
cUs. meets the new governor. Others In the picture (1 to r) are Doolan, Joseph, R. T. Bums of
. ; the Banta Crui council, Thomas and Jenner. SchuU Is standing in front

OA'S' Ah h roves Full Proa ra m

For Next Month's Meeting Here

WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP) i floral wreath at the statue

The Council oi tne urganizauun m uib juiuemiui, mm

American States (OASJ approvea
..;. ...olr th& fpfinitiv. Droeram

f its activities ia Panama City

I council will attend the cremony at

" ) ij'.We nit-f V. -t A, tt-.e
.mna. when it dotkeii lale

last night and escorted a group of
anhhtns whit efirl tn aafetv. The

clothes of many of the disheveled
girls were torn. ''-k tJ-'--A

Both whites and Negroes were
Injured in the rioting, which took
ml a oa nn fha hnilt anlt 12 Utiles B-

erosf the water at Crystal Beach,;

Ont. tPL. J. E. Legate oi me un-

tario provincial police said tne

rintinW mum triMv racial."

Sit persons went to nospitais wun

minor injuries and scores more

were given first aid or rerusea
roofmnt fm mt anH bruises.

I Canadian police arrested 'five Ne-

gro youtns ana iour waiio youuw
and Buffalo police arrested, three
more Negro youths. ."
: Canadian police tried with little
success to break up the rioting at
the crowded crystal beach amuse amusement
ment amusement park and it resumed com completely
pletely completely uncontrolled aboard the

DOtl 01 ill return trip.

Defense Attorneys

Fcr G'jizado Silt

His New Clues

Svriaii aiuiiaHKadur Ahued Ahued-hiika'ry
hiika'ry Ahued-hiika'ry told the United Na Nations
tions Nations Security Council the A-i
rabs would not drop their op opposition
position opposition to Israel's plan to
vert Jordan, would net recog recognise
nise recognise Israeli so? erelgnty--ever-disputed
v areas, ; and would
press for the right of the n n-tlve
tlve n-tlve inhablUnU to farm the'r
own lands, w :

. tmiivu. --t TlAfAtlfl IBWVITI Tor JUH JV'

1 -3fl n m. Th members of the wnicn me fresiuents ot tne Ame-'L ..(.. -,,,. fri.-i n

council and their wives attend a rican republics place a norai m-,"--, f 'consplraCy tn the
buffet luncheon offered in. their.fermg at the sUtua of WJSJaWtX to

late next montht o commemorateihonor by the minister, of foreign. Uvar.

honor of the Presidents ot tne A-.w"i "J,. :T;.u airond In
taniiwi with ft.ilzftdo ftnd Min

"eXrTiw u vu?. ttSStT !m T councU and thi President if er of Government and jusuce

p"jr sn.P,h., kv members of Panama. Unveiline of a plaoua Alejandro Remon, prouier muie

m The council members vi-.me councu. . .- iawimeiPwiuT
ministe(-of foreisik. rela-1 p.m. The members of the coun- S p.m. The members of the coun coun-sit
sit coun-sit toe minister ,ot toreiga. xe. p -tteiid a form-' ctt-will attend a banquet which the

UOnS. ; H t.:- :n Lnny n-(An hvi vie it in cf ni-iiHantil nf the A met if an

h. mh anniversary of the Con-' relations of fanama ano ,eora

eress of Panama"' " : "! ''de Boyd. : .. '-
June 21: Arrival in Panama ofl:- 4 p.m. Continuation -the com com-ih.
ih. com-ih. tnomtwrs of the council and of memorative session ot thecouncu

the secretary general of the OAS.

a.m. The council members yi

inns - csiiu si
1 - rmrli members vi. al reception in their honor given by

ait the Fresuieni wuuuuv uic ...

. M nmninn At the eomme-

morative : session of the councU m
...it -1 CnMvhM. hV

iiora de Arias.

Inn. M-

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10 a.m. continuation oi tne com-,

iai vrx!dYit. defense attor

n. wltn J Dlxenbar said the

government wilt give the defense

avrv nnnnnnniiv veriiy uic

v.-rf t- -

Shu' ,v. the first Arab tolstice agieement

'H dress the council on Ham Ham-.irslclnlrt's
.irslclnlrt's Ham-.irslclnlrt's renorL heirail With

fulsome praise of the secretary-

general ana oi Dr. joza Briiei oi
yugoslavl Council ;, president
r,May.;S, ixM :

The 'secretary 'general he
said, "has been able to piish
back a war from the brink, but

t..e

2 "Definitely cease such llle-

gal introductions."

3. "Remove, au items jwegaujr

introaucea." t

The council was debating- V.r M, ie"u w

BriUsh resolution -asking Ham- "O"" tfc. ,a(.r.rt

mkjold t? continue hU "gooa

onices- n raiesune. z r-.- .7. rh. i.

T. Ill 111 fc UCUJJ1C, MIU JKC"

ria rnlut1nn sraw ; Out Of

discussion i of Hammarskjold's
reuort on his recent" four-week

Palestine survey mission la

which he achieved a ceasenre
between Israel and her Arab
neighbors.

a a fh. ilchat.a nroceeded. T)rt-

vate consultations went on seek-
Irnv manHmanfi trt make the

JUK IU.M"'V.
j British resolution more paiata-

Die to ine Araos.

chief Arab obiection appear

ed to be to the phrase in the
mimbiih aalllno' nnon .Ham

umui v. B ' i
marskjold to use his "good offi offices."
ces." offices." Some argued that this gave
the aacretarv-eeneral a free

hand to reopen the entire .issue

of Palestine peace. j

Toe AraD wouia ne nap nap-pier,
pier, nap-pier, Informed sources said, If
Hammarakjold were mtsely

the leeitimate people, are fiord

and master in their homeland.
"This is the hia-h road, not to

'protect an armistice, not to en

sure compliance wun in armi armistice,
stice, armistice, but to achieve peace and
an everlasting peace." -

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;ll 1. LAnM. ul anidanna miVllrh fitlizadQ hSS

President of Panama and Senora supplied In an effort W prove
j- a-:.- twin nnrunpfl : -.-"r

The artion of the council concenN .Escobar saw uie Teniicauon

UIB OWw wvu n ,a -v..,. II Jan .....

. ti i: n CwuuhM h mumnrshiw aRinn fir Lne CUUllCU Ml oruv 1U' luivivm w iBuaiiis.wvuiu wmv wvw-'w

-w aio fwpv. o.. j m thT iYon BeUa Vista. i and not those of the American pres-i ouizado was sentenced by the
.ijA.T by "dents. The presidents' program i.lNational Assembly, to. six years

. rauauia auu kj .r--".- 'r- j l l h i..;. mrnamA h tha nwnummt anil alirht mnnthi In iau IOf SI.

the council.
-12:39 p.m

1 p.m Buffet lunch, offered by idents. xne presioems- program lssuauonaj Assemoiy w w
J the President and members of the being arranged by the government: and eight months w Jail for al-

Th pmincil deposits councU and their wives in honor of of Panama. which wUl be the host leced parUclpation in ine pioi

- - I . Ti ,L. .1 nraaiflanla ..k nl

Uie rresiaeni ui rauaiua iw m "-"--
iiora de Arias.

' a p.m. Continuation of ine com- ,
memorative session of tho council uf'll ll'J'
in the Salon Bella Vista. ; PonamQ W ill I SSUG

-IUI16 '
ii m Th TnpmKr8 fit th

, av f
AAunnii will BtiPnH th fiolemn ms

sion of the pr.sidenU of the Amen-

Rentais For Canal

Land Licenses Due
- Itia annual nfal( tnT all affrl

cultural land and earden olot ii

censes are due tomorrow and must
he raid not later than July 1. it

has been announced by the civil

Licenses which are not paid by

July 1 will terminate without ex-

eeDtion. license nomers were in

formed in the notice.

this

plans

Low-Ccst Housing
Proj?cliPI:nn:d.

ByPcn:,"na'$ IFE

i
i1 tl ilH.I.'.t t.ijf 4,1
L'N'C In Korea, the Chinese
Reds said they ''strongly sym-i
pathlxed" w'th complaints of
the Swedish and Swiss govern-
ments that their- represent.! represent.!-tlvei
tlvei represent.!-tlvei on the Neutral Supervi Supervisory
sory Supervisory Commission were : ere-
vented from carrying out their ;
duties, -'v'-iv ;:-:'-.-' t"
"The (Communist) Chlnesa
government hold the- fundamen-
tal solution to the practical dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties which the fcovernment
of Sweden and : Switzerland

repeatedly raised tha

If the Communists complied
they would have to remove
their entire air fore from
Mnrth Wnraa ?: z .' ;

' At thl ami time trie United

Matlnna rvimmanft ha re (eft art

a Communist Chinese requesi havl

for a new .conference on. Korea note addedjiVcan only be reach

to discuss the.. wiuiarawai oi u,ed when a.10luUon; has been

drawlnc all foreia-n forces from

Korea." .-v-.-

It then suggested ;in Its own
name and -that of the Commu-
niatf Uavf Vi-' Vnt-aiti rv-i iAm tvtttf

imo nava vas vii asaas.ksv
that a conference "bl called to

aiscusg witnarawatfif ail loreign
troops from Korean I ,-
Th Trlt.lh t xnn:h1tat titth

the other Jiatlons Wvolved in

tne Korean eonnict t ami men
sent a nota in reply which was,
delivered In pelpliig: Monday.

it poinieo out mas uie u.h.
allies had stated, tbfir position

in aeiau at ueueva na aii uie
naat twa lemtlon' ftf the TJ.M.

General Assembly..

It aaoea tnat in govern governments
ments governments involved in Korea were
"not aware of any hanre in

the position'' of Reof China or

Domlnlan Govt.
0!l:r$ To Prcdirce'

Crcv 01 Freiohler

NEW YORlti Mav 31 fUP)-The

Dominican government ..offered
yesterday to bring the crew of the
freighter Fundacion to New York
tn rtenv officially charses thev

. . i thrau) miaainff arhnlar lir. Je.tua

tlnn V int0 the vessel's
t ton project jumj y t ... . Mlrch

KonmTnt TiVeT sourc" Dominican revolutionary leader
omlc Development (IFK), aourc.i .. Ni(.nn, Silfa wld the

VL attorney's office yesterday
government organization reveat- r.. ... MniMl .,u

eaioaay.- .. V n ahnarH the shlD and murdered North Korea "which would

;The plan lnciuo.es tne con- to;New Vork Harbor; .! make such a cenference frult frult-structien
structien frult-structien of one or more low- ., .. ,. fUi :.. I...-:-

cost housing developments witni GalinrfeI( iecturer at Columbia Earlier, the foreign office
rentals within the mean oi uBlversjlyi wag ,n outspoken cri- Iaid it fully supported the U N.
average Worker. 'tic1 of Generalissimo Rafael Truallles1; decision to suspend tha
Tsnr manairar Marin am Tileso j:i- -i .u. n.n!.. D-nnnlin I A j

...-. ... ? -ijuio .oi.MiB.vuuiuiii.au wora oi ine khbu id norea. ;

"e was last seei k..tti u en-cr- ,. t . -,
ing. a subway station after, .Mnj! f-Uff -..-a
an evening lecture, at the, uniyer-: LOIOniDl2n UnYOr

VArtlirO K. E80HI"at. ''"'"'""'Cla.ata. D-A'i.aa
consul general in New York, sent; Hll IS jrf0!3$l3nt

is In Puerto Rico heading a mis mis-sion
sion mis-sion comprised of Pantlt-Pan-

junem, World BanX representa-
Ramon d la flnardla: IFE

official; and Orlando Souza. a

Panama City architect, wnicn
,wlll conduct a survey of the la la-land's
land's la-land's successful low-cost, hous-

ing plan.: T j;l.iv:i;

Tne same sources saiu iwo new

a latter to District Attorney Frank

nnnn and Police Commissioner

Stephen P. Kennedy yesterday de

nying bins s cnarge ana caiuu

Automation Brings
Ouster Of 26,000
British Workers

beset by disputes over automation i v 1
announced today that it is Per-Triimnn Tntrpe; TnUT
manently dismissing J.600 workers I rUmOn I I UlU
whose jobs are being performed by r c ftllj-
machinery. 'SfriCt V FOf ClfdS f

,; The dismissal notices were nana vrisnrff rtaiv UTav 3t ftJPI
aJ K KtanHant Motor Co.. VENIOE, naiy, Way 311WM

VU WJ wa.aaaau.aK TT. C Tva.-Maat trtHllf ffWir 111

scene of a two-week strike earlier

month over its automation 4 -".T. h.

siKiii uiai j inv'j ws- uicaim-uw w "'
I.' I t.. ir u i .i.. j la J:fMUa. a.I MH

Local union officials called for X" OT"'eri.-5 "i sl8J!! f."m ST" u

marrpnpT consultations amone visuea uie paiace oi uwuur '' l'
emergency consmiaiions """"si c. 1arv. Smiarelcfatna nf S mnn Bo hvar. one 50-

thewiaoorm.ons.nvoivea picture of the

SUndard officials said the 2.G00 ate. v : v
in mhn wnuM nnt ha needed' Like .. other American

in

tor

Special Stamps To

Mark OAS Meeting

An Issue of 915.000 costal itamns

in commemoration of the uasi
council meeting to be held here
next month has been ordered by i

the Panama government.
The stamp issue will consist of
24 series 21 series of six cent
stamps bearing the pictures of the

nresidents ot tne 21 American

Oil Rcld Teppk;

'P.esm,7b.ade dlng projects are now up lor btd. him -c!,.

' r. ,". .T .i .....i. g.nia. r.ni nffiae from local contractors one iurv ama nai dch uuuci guaiu .. v bi.iwvu wu-
which led to the assassination of regular Pana d d fc received tele. ,tion Colombia reported today
President Jose A. Remon Jan. 2, hours to an P,.ma Canal Com-t and I another rf ,tn threat Ust rriday.;that the Protestant Temple in the

urea." if"7 1 ...... - l important ou center 0 earranca--

bermeja was closed last Friday by
order of the fity mayoi.;

me, Tempie, openea in iw,
serves a community where there

is a considerable number of Amer-

ll

ra . T II T ' !l f ---r ia-1

Uenroes Uoycottviaiianassee iransii aysieiii

'TALLAHASSEE, ria.; May SI, was mounting' 1b this state capi-i receiving second
-(UP)-Police dropped charges tal and university city

. a ..i. wans working hi the oil fields. It
class treat- over to A. and M- officials for nM m communicant members
- ..... handHnoi because Florida State .j ., ,..,. .tiAmtanoa r 11 fin

Vila. ... -I "fli - .. ... aiiw an a.v.-nv ..b..uM..v .-".

Sday .TaiisY two Negro co ds has a white population of 23.08 Charge, WS'M "oveT-.tudent 'mHoVS

whoreiusea vo move w um t-.-r: 4ft(i"n'-"-...tnaTth. tn Worldaidlsclollne.-'--.- ita rid-nt missions

that In another seething soutn a. ana m. universiiy negre cu cu-ern
ern cu-ern city, Montgomery, A? eds whose- arrest precipitated
where Negroes have been, r a the boycott .-here, first on the
cotting the buses lor six mom. i.part of students and then Joinea

of a segregated bus. otner ne ne-.ri
.ri ne-.ri thrniitrhniit the city iolned

in boycott of the transn sys

tem. '' ;. ; ,
"It's a matter of principles,
nnt narannnlltles said the Rev.

r v staala loeai nresldeni 01

the National Assn. for the aq

vancement 01 coiorea Feopn.

on4 nm hav a well develoned

private transport aystena of. their j

own. .',.: u-- tt
a laariar of the Montgomery

1 demonstration, the Rev. Ralph

.a.-l. a..' .l.a.lwMeafl tit

.heA. toieeie was rnuue Cii"u ".. i,

r-.t -j nam 1ntarj-1vlr eOUnCU iormeaiu. Aoeruauijr, i.-v ...-

'THOIIvar Aiiiun. luu uuc aciica ii .- i, i ifm.thi. riam

- v. ,.l .1.. -n-t: j-i a mi tha hmpou. nas5e mijtun a iuimjw

imi-iMi vi T.mn. nriTn in luinvir mr mi. hi l.iii uuv vwjw-. .

""""" '-"' i j

hn tnvn Maorna:

The students had denounced

"constant humiliation and In

timidation" by white-PU. div divers.
ers. divers. - ;

But ; chief of Ponce prana

which Increase! to 2,000
ha Wnlv Waak

v.. -J I .i iw.M 1- n a

whla nit nffiriala tried to B... M.rtin T n Inna.

...WWW V-Wrf HCTi' V.l 11 V 1 IWU, MM IHHV
lmnrA th mmintimr tension. 500 r.lif ..'

VTav.aa.a.a. UaI af a-al4 ktf -' O cftttA I

llclfl UTAaa UUla IIV1 Ta-U UJ "I

representative' ot the NAACP
held a mass meeting artd vowed
. a. . a. 11 aU

to stay oil tne puses unm mi

city meets their demands for

first-come, first serve" seawng.
The group formed a 31-vehicle
par nnol" to haul Nerroes to

O carry oui uie dqjcwi... """r0?. ul ..a:L

uvi5 vm ...-a-fc -w r ... -.a , I -rt .-.rimllttrl Cnlrl nnXTXatLlflTI Lilatli UI BUUWUlMr

. rr,, na. eH Ad A t II I I w II All 3 mt main IlltlLll. ... w rt A--'t vuvv w . u..i.a a.

.tn;au:h the. two hundreds of calls" lor

.7he.hd i to gVinto operation this; stopped to watch white-bear readlK merely was being turned, portaUon.
summer, wUl be paid $42 each., Jed artist pamt the colorful, scene. I ma-1956. -1 jju. raciw une .v J ; ' " 1 1

ilmperfect;' Peace r

BOGOTA,, Colombia. May 31
(UP) Owners of bars and cafes
complained yesterday their biiKi-
hi 1 hainv niinpri hv a mrnilh-

old city ordinance banning iuke-

ih...ui.a m a m i.m tha n4MH inn rrnm wun. u u uir iHumiinii u.ui

....... .. T. . 1 I.... I k tmnt C n m t. 7 M

Neera leadership. v -Iday, but the car-pool reportedjThe ordinance, in effect since May

trans-il, is part of the city's drive a-

- gainst noise.

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i V j TEMPEST IN TEAPOT
i' an? JncWfl Vtiiink that the present controversy over
tne to-bVS TOfc-be of Tcommwdals i5 sometWng of a
tempest MV teapot. For the life of me I cannot Imagine any-
l one beuia anything but grateful to have melody as a eubstitute
for the gruesome spectacle of advertising. -'' f-. i.
J The sight of a big box of Rinso scampering across the
screen y midget feet leaves me cold, and the. pleasure of vlew vlew-tK
tK vlew-tK dlmPP'nR vanishing cream oes not. stimulate
me to any degreer I'll take the music. .... ...
T Howler slnTTmost pictures have two sides, so I think does
this argumenfe It is true that the 'commercials were not
deleted until nearly everyone who contemplated buying a set
had purStt w. It is'also a fact that the ovis nal bargain
between the-spmrs ot- the programs and the Armed Forces
was thatnhe films would not -be mutilated. ..
causSiqnsitierable concernmonjf TV-owners s Uipos Uipos-WbUlty
WbUlty Uipos-WbUlty tlatAtmed Forces' failure to live up. to .th is agree agreement
ment agreement wiU brinn about avoiding of the contract In other
words no TV to look at. That, I believe, is the crux of the
mattlr WsuchTn eventuality woud indeed be regrettable.
- But lnafmuch as the order to mangle the commercials a
much as .possible came from high places, I dont think this will
come to pass. Let's not weep ahead of time. ?-

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lf3'Mniiiiiii Mill Hi
ICU T1eif A workman in Romi Italy, has the

Labor NeVvs'
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And 1

Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL

", ''Agreed.

V i!af r

(lit If'

... it .

agency which has done, so much

to put electricity on the farmj of j

America.

That" background M lanrrlv

forgotten, however, as this year's

ticket

Two Cabinet members were on

deck to give Nelsen the oroDer

political send-off. Attorney Gener General
al General Brownell read a good-luck letter
from President Eisenhower, and

blessing on Nelsen

In deference to Secretary Ben:

son who vis a sincere and strict
tee-totaller, word was passed to
duck the whisky bottles under the
table during Benson's speech. This

ukase, however, was ignored,

ONE LONE VOICE

Teacher Shortage

By PETER EDSON

HI

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WASHINGTON fNEA)

there's1 hope' that the" great U.S.,

schoolteacher shortage will,, be in
reasonable balince by 196! This
means that4 within six years there

Will' be enough, new teachers en

tering; the profession to take care
of the' new schoolrooms that' will

be opened to take cara of growing

population,; plus; Replacement tor
teacher woo resign, retire r die.
Within 10 years it. is believed
teacher supply will f be Inlfull
balance with th demand.' i!;.
j This first good word on Ameri America's
ca's America's run-dowif edueation System
comes from National Education

Association s Commission v on
feacher'i Education. 4i has?sur has?sur-feyed
feyed has?sur-feyed this June's crop rf college
And v mat Achool gr s and
four ?n increase in s dumber
edui cd for teaching, 'ims trend
is expected to-continue over the
-jex'su..tO40.ears' $r;jp:J.
5 It ipirtiailythe-eult 'ffi
activ recruiting- program run by
an organization called F u t u r e

Teachers of America. It, has 3,000

high school and. 600 ... college
chanters..' w'i' f.v m-

These chapters work hard at
interesting undergraduates in the

teaching profession and thqir.ei
fort pays off..
There's a catch in it, of course.

One third of the graduates who
prepare for teaching don't go into
the profession. Industry grabs
them off for higher salaries.
Typical case is said, to be that
of -a just-passing grade C student
trained for science teaching. He
was hired for $6,000 a year to go

into private' Industry. This was i beyond local land taxes to support
more than any of his professors their growing schoof needs are

Today I returned to my office

for the first time since the attack.

It s good to be back at the old

typewriter and on the old beat
Gone is the searing pain of the

burning acid. Gone is the end'
less parade of men in white.

Gone, too, is the moment when

I crossed the line into the long

darkness which holds not nearly
the terror you out there in the

bright light of day think It has.

That was the day of the "big
four" bigger for me than any
international conference I've cov covered.
ered. covered. They Were the four- world world-famed
famed world-famed specialists who were fight fight-ini?
ini? fight-ini? to save mv sieht ; Thev were

there to tell me we had all lost
the race against the concentrated
sulphuric acid. r

, i was Diina. Ana lor a moment
i was alone. Then a reassuring,
long familiar voice a little
lu m pv in the throat . sounded

softly. It was David Dubinsky ,the

International Ladies Garment

Workers Union chief, who had

come through some pretty rough
days himself. We talked about the
attack on me. We agreed on what

must be the area, the rat nest
out of which the night creature
was sent.
Dubinsky chuckled w h e n ; I
needled him for-"just a little ex exclusive
clusive exclusive story." I was back in
business..
I was over the line between
light and darkness and the men
in white and their Lurses- were a

little softer. But soon enough I
was. back to the wars.'" And wars

there are.
The local pohce.lttie Iktrict at

torney's office, the FBI and die

hundreds of law enforcement of

ficers throughout the nation are

spreading the widest dragnet in

years, i was torn as I sat down
at my old desk for the first time.

fondled the old threshing machine

ot a typewriter, bumped into a

few desks and made certain my

siau nao not hidden my old pipes.
The nightmare of the black black-haircd,
haircd, black-haircd, acid throwing goon in
those early hours of April 5 is

history. The point now is to keep
the nation, its police, its political

leaaers ano tne public from for

getting the arrogant thumbing of

uie moo t nose at aa of us.
Tor all the weeks durine which

Mhcy washed the acid" out of my

ey.es ano gently poked at them
with Weird instruments. I've been

itching to get back into this fight.
But the store of the ,t ight on
lie Underworld, bt, jslf-named
-rconil !. .v! ., ,'' won I ho
uud on ive ncus u. tij booiiussg
kn gi;int(li'ums bch.nd me or in
he' 'memos-piled high on the old
Vooden desk, .whose f amiliar

chipped c orners and stubborn

drawers I ve caressed a hundred
times today .in aheer joy at being
back. v ;, ', -'-
The story is in the Pandora's
box the mob opened when it
pitched that bottle of acid. The
public now wants action. And it

looks like it will get it. Not only

irom uie ponce, the special Grand
Juries across the nation, and the
FBI but from a stirring Senate
and House.
It can be reported now that the
mob, and even its elder Sanhedrin,
long retired from the free-shooting
days, of Caponv Lepke, Gurrah
and an almost unknown power
named "Curley,", will be probed
under the glaring lights of the
nation', press.
j; First ithere-.ii the Senate Sub Sub-Committee,
Committee, Sub-Committee, on Internal Security.
Under the direction of its chief
counsel, Bob Morris, the commit committee
tee committee will come-to New York on
June 16 and 17 and nut veteran

pro-Communist operatives on the

siana irving velson, Jeff Kibre
and others under Morris' skilled
questioning. These are the pro pro-Sovicteers
Sovicteers pro-Sovicteers who infi1trtri

the waterfront and worked with this year. The t outraged cprres

uie underworld. Thev nave a I- pondence over tne tact

ready been subpoenaed. Grace Kelly had attended

fight .says that summer
Then .there it th. sn Am. in' in loudlv.

ittee on Government DnpriHnm I As I will be in Spain for some, The bull charges into the horse. 'horn, crossing with' the cm. in iti.w with the old days

'This tough investic.itlnir mm m ut. of the summer. I might as well the pic leans on the iron, plugged' left hand to ken the bull'i head Sininmarv."

the men. who taught him were
getting. It compares with the
$2,300 which average teachers can
get in,-say Arkansas, or (3,000 in
California. .

The basic cause of the teacher

shortage of the past 10 years,
Says Dr.; T.M. Stinnett of National
Education Association, is s not
money. It is something that is
beyond, control.- That is the low
birth rate of the' depression 1930's
and the high birth rate of the war war-'booming
'booming war-'booming 1940'a and 1950's. i
x What -this resulted in was that
the number of i8-to-21-year-old
youngsters dropped by 100,000 ,a
year ifrom, 1945 to 1955. It cut. col college
lege college graduates from -an, all-Ume
high- of 434,000 in, 150 to,' 287,000
in 1955 In, other,, wordsw the .po .potential
tential .potential supply of, teacher matprial
was dried. up. ;,(,
" This" happened right at .the iim'e
when the war babies were reach reaching
ing reaching school age. and more teachers
were needed., V ; Y'' '"
The situation is worst in states
like Florida, Texas ,and California
which have had, a great .in-migr-,
tion of new families since the war,
says Dr. Stinnett. California needs
13.000 new teachers, next fall and

is supplying only, about half of

them irom her own population
California will make ud the short

age largely by hiring teachers
away from other states for more

money.

In general the cities take care
of their teacher needs without too

much trouble. The new suburban
areas which have, little revenue

17as::i::37o:
T.lEnRy-Go-Rou::D

r drew pr;.cn
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. i -. a . .t ';
WASHLNGTON -. EmnlnvM .J HrhionA Pn,lm A..

tne ftural ttectrificaUon Adminis-! Summeriield, against the gagging

"u Micuea oui o apiece: v postal euipiovees. ihe gag
to attend KEA's annual "birthdayl rule," 1 says McNamara. "is, de-

party last week arent at all sure.signed to kill off employe .criti .criti-they
they .criti-they got their money's worth. cism of the post office service or
Ihe "birthday party" is an RE A of postal working conditions.
tradiUon, held each year in com Sen. .Matt Neely (D. W.Va! can
memoration of President Roose-chalk ud i bit hut nnnuhiicii

velt's establishment in, 1935 of the; victory in his home state of, Wert

Virginia. His former administra administrative
tive administrative assistant. Bob Mollohan,' now
a congressman, is running well
ahead, of. the state house machine
candidate for governor. Neely, who
has Kaa 7 'fltiiAWini amm itvak

"birthday party" turned into a (has been governor, congressman,
roatin. tOOtin. Dolitiral rallv fnrlanri Hpnifnr frnm VVf V.r,n,'.

REA administrator Ancher Nelsen.j longer than any other man in his his-who
who his-who is running, for Governor of;tory, wifl low have his Own former
Minnesota on the Republican! administrative 'assistant covernins!

the state V. ex-Senator Tydings
who staged the first leg. of a come

back in Maryland the other ally;
is ; now 66 years old." He scored
his victory parUy because Mary-

lanaers were sore over the unfair

Secretary Ezra Taft Benson gavel rooking -given) him' by -McCarthj

a win grayer asauig ior oivme : rorces; paruy aiso because ie tjed

young men. .Though he did not

f

One voice finally piped up to re

mind the gathering that tnis was

a Dirthday party supposed to cele

brate the Rural Electrification

goals established 21 years before,

"Great good has flowed from

this agency, said James B. Pol

hill, Jr., representing an REA

co-op in Georgia. But let s not

forget that it was envisioned by

the late Senator. George Moms
and created by President Roose

velt."

He sat down. A quartet sang

"happy birthday to REA." Then
the crowd, or part of it, returned
to the problem at hand, pushing
the departure of Ancher Nelsen to

be the next Governor 01 Minne Minnesota.
sota. Minnesota. They sand:

"So long, Ancher weiion, -Best
wishes to you,
Good luck, Mr. Nelsen,
In all that you do."
The REA birthday cake was cut,
Finally all the dutiful REA env

ployees who had paid $5 to attend
the celebration got put on the
dance floor and traipsed, to the
music. ,
Four days later, Nelsen stepped
down from 1iis post at REA to
launch his gubernatorial campaign
in iMinnesota.-On the day before
his departure, however, he granted
a $6,702,000 loan to the Rural Co Co-nn.rtiu.
nn.rtiu. Co-nn.rtiu. Pawer Association .. of

hard .hit. The smaller, poorer,

rural communities suffer worst

of all."

Getting down to the figures of
the thing, National Education As Association
sociation Association finds that minimum of
175,000 qualified new teachers will
be. needed In continental U.S. next
year. The Colleges are graduating
38,000 trained primary school
teachers up three per cent from
last year and 57,000 trained high
school teachers up 15 per cent.
The total suppy is 95,000 if they

all teach which' theywon'r. The; ik River, Minn., for the construe
association expects a shortage of iiin. nt nndpsr power plant

85,000 for tfie, next school year. 1 it W(S only the third loan to a
k It will be made up" by trowding n'cw co.0p granted by Nelsen dur-

ciassrooms and by hiring teachers ; w, pntire term ot, ottice.

with sub-statidaril credentials. U.S inrihormnic the granting of the

Office of Education says that thisj,,, js entirely contingent on the

year u.auu, w auoui seven, per
cent-of the 1,135,000 full,tiroe, day,
public school teachers were sub.
standard.- But at 30 to the class classroom
room classroom j they r were r teaching over
2,325,00ft- .v

1 ,tiiV.!-'i''i'l

itnmi. v.nerov Commission and its

abilty to come to terms with the
. n t T 1kTA aimlr

Elk River KtA iur
can be done, no steps can be
taken as a matter of law until
it., ainmir F.iiergv Commission

ku isn thr was really not much

. lire-quality qi leacners 13 cqm- ..,. crantins a loan at mis nine.

Jn up. thought The National Edu

cation Association, says, only 46

per cent were college-trained in
1949. This year 67 per cent were
college-trained.
Professional educators take a

dim view of some of the recent
suggestions ? to make up teacher

shortages Dy caning on industrial
engineers or armed forces tech technicians
nicians technicians to teach science classes
part time. Worst of all is one idea
proposed by a national magazine
to draft people to teach school.

- ''ir;"f''i '--l '' t
llfigBfipg

out Bu

By BOB RUARK f

I did not need robins or crocus- and to give the matador a chance' make a bad bull nut un a nassa-

es to tell me that spring had come to display some fancy cape-work, ble, if not inspired, performance.
.1. tni.. I ...... frt,. ....A 1. : .1. :. nrv i. n f ..

uuvr it. made a nice Impres-

sion back in Minnesota for which
Ancher Nelsen departed next day

to run for governor, ; ;
LABOR AMBASSADOR

head" of Mhe

United Auto Workers and unofficial
US. labor "'ambassador, has re received
ceived received a warm invitation from
Brazilian labor party, made a spe special
cial special pilgrimage to Detroit to visit
the Ford plant and the United Auto
Workers headquarters. He was
...n.niiriv interested in UAW

...... .ni th fftiaranteed an

nual wage. He also commented on
Reuther's recent visit to India,,
"Your trip was given a great
deal of publicity in Brazil said
the Brazilian Vice president. Lai
in Americans considered it most
..... will rnnie to visit

""l"5 r.niilart

in Brazil ywj "J.'ii.j ,i

The next part is the thing of the ? When the bull-and the man-lcontinued.: rYou are the kmo

;V't

u corres- ine next pan u me ming 01 wet ; wnen me ouu and tne man i continued, im -Mt
that Miss horses, which most Americans and are tired, the bull's head is low, unofficial ambasUdor wno can ui
sd a bull- English .find so unpalatable. The his feet planted. The killer sights show the true face of the unnea
is a-com-picador sits on a crowbait of .. a 'along his blade, rises, and goes states abroad, especially m. "
i padded horse with a long lance.' supposedly straight -in over the urhirh atill link American tore ku

mittee nn nnv.rnm.nt rn...,i... i A t will ha In Snain mp xome.Thn hull rhnrops intn th hors'horn irncinr uriih'th. ... .u. ih lha old dSYS Ot dOUai

This tough investip-itinff rnmmiit.. of the summer. I might as well the pic leans on the iron, plugged' left hand to ken the bull'i head Sininmarv." ..

is ripping open the mob already 'save myself some trouble and do supposedly into the bull's booking low. i - The labor party of Brazil wnicn
i and will also take on the water-1 bullfight piece again. It usu-jcrest of muscle. Two or three pics, ' iGoulart heads is pro-American ano

ironi racxet crowd soon enough auy saves me a iui m muu ue- in me necx ana nis necK musuesj 11 we duu mis nis neao as tne nti-CommumsL
i In th. Hnnca p,... I fpnsf. natient exDlanation and oth- ept tir'pd. making him carrv his man crosses tha horn th man

Congressman Peter Frelinghuysen r time-killing exposition.' ; nhead low, otherwise you couldn't gets 18 inches of horn in the groin: - mERRY-GO-ROUNO

. iignt nm x -.
- n.,. t 1 : c.l. .. -w I A . V 1 m.. t I . T VTln

., mere is no iw m ojjhi ur roc- reu-iiannei miueia. i j uu is noi a ne-cow put a Sen Pat MCWamaia y-i ..
ico forcing any tourist to go to a Unfortunately, most: picadors a- Wild animal who has spent four,.-. 0ne to bat with his fellow
bullfight. As a matter of fact.'goodjbuse the bull by planting the lance years eating his head off in prep-'" - "'. ... ... ;

seats are at a premium, especi-; too deep, too far back, too mucn erauon tor wis .moment of truth.''
a$ly around festival times, such to one side, seriously wounding He has never seen a man on foot
as Holy Week, Ysidro, or San him and robbing him of fight. The aefore, at close range, and from
Fermin. ... second he boils out of the

7.

;i'VsNS-

iMIftaKaafl

HOLD THAT TIGER Pearl Steves, a female among felines,
fta acquainted with Woodland Park Zoo's JO-week -old tiger
cube in Seattle, Wash, That' because Pearl is candidate for
the title of "Miss Air 'Power','1 and will represent the Flying
Tiger Line, Inc, on Air Power Day. Aug. 4.

Jr., of New Jersey, has pushed

nuuse nesoiuuon S12 which de demands
mands demands a broad, full-scale investi investigation
gation investigation of labor racketeering.
-This is the first formal resolu resolution
tion resolution of its kind to be presented
to Congress this year. In it the
New Jersey Congressman spells
out carefully the conditions under
which the anti-racket probe-should
be conducted.

It should be biptrtisan, says
Frelinghuysen, and should focus

attention on unions saddled with

racketeers; thm itfewrlSllSP ,? therf j et H,0.
reputaUons of honest and well-run!'" the m,tador-and his friends

unions .The resolution also seeks u FTT:Mnr t'ltik .m"
to discover-whether existing legis-1 ".Jttllftht,2 JT?

ficient to combat labor ::;"!D' WJ"1" ?L

lation is sufficient 1

racketeering and whether existing
law enforcement methods are
adequate. .. ,, .. j
These moves can help to tea the
lid off the mob combine,.-?8 i;
;. -'-

--s;HOOt. CLOtHlNO

NEWBURYPORT: Mass.'

(UP) More than one-third of the
900 pupils at Newburyport HighL'

up day.",i once a month, a poll
discloses. The poll was taken in
connection with the school's an annual
nual annual -'dress-up day," at which
time sport coats, slacks and suits
and party dresses replace the stu students'
dents' students' everv-dav wear. Forty stu

dents favored "dress-up day" ev.
ery day, ; V

Fights go on all week, and peo. The prettiest part, to most new- toril. he wants to kill anvthine he

pie do -not go to bed at all A comers, is the next portion In can Mte,-".. v-.j.; i'.-.jv'.c
five-day hangover built on dry which banderillas lightly barbed ; Up to the minute the curved
sherry and cigarette smoke is wands with decorative frills of col-sword sinks into the vital spot
quite colossal.y- V 'ored paper are planted three between hii shoulder blades, cut-
Yes, Virginia, there is a lot of times, in sets of twos, in the bull's, ting the aorta, he still thinks he's
blood in bullfights, because the shoulders. This can be i beautiful, 'winning the fight and, despite su-

graceful and very dangerous, if the pcniciai wounding, apt as not is
hanH.HIl.pA Innun him Ki,inA aniovina hfma.lf .. ..

and doesn't cheat when he plants The bull never wins, because
the toothpicks. i if he kills one man another man
This doesn't really punish the comes out and kills the bull. If

bull, but it riles him and prepares, he s a coward and won't fight,
him for the final phase, the work they send the steers to lead him
with the little red cape and the out and knock him on the head

killing. 1 i. immediately. Generally speakmg,

inis is wnat tne spectators come uie meat goes to ine poor,
to see, because it's the bull's best! It is not entirely one-sided. All

chance to collect the man. A good, matadors have horn scars. And two

man witn a good bull can be a of the best that ever lived, Jose Jose-miracle
miracle Jose-miracle of grace and danger. A'lito and Manolet, are no longer
bad' man with a good bull la a with us. The bulls that day didn't

scandal. But otten a good man can 'know they were supposed to die.

banderillero, a picador, or the
man with the gold suit and the
sword, this fellow, the star of the
show, is called "matador," or
"killer." Never "toreador," which
is an Italian corruption for opera.
: The fight is divided roughly into
four parts. The first, with big
cape, is to find out whether the
bull hooks left- or right-handed,
high or low, if he can see well,

1

T

ii-fii-v-a

' MIS$ WICCLB -r Boxanne
. Ai len, a Hollywood' filmstress
with a built-in wiggle, proposes
an international wiggle contest.
; Roxanne claims that with her -'Natural
shake," she can show
up Marilyn Monroe and other
movieland sirens. :

decide. to rutf until the, last mia.

ute, be placed s ive-wle,.,, noting

pouuciansA in Key points around
the state and nosed out his Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic opponent J Robert W.

Davis is the last man in Wash Washington
ington Washington that the Russians should
have approached to gather mili

tary data, for them. Davis, it i true,
is a military historian, has access
to information the Russians would
like to get. But he's one pf the.

most bitter Russia-haters in Wash

ington.

t

NIAGARA POWIR

Senv Prescott Bush of Connec-'

ticut,' who has admitted that ,1
$25,000 personal expense fund hai
been raised for him (much of it

by Wall Street friends backing the

private utilities), was opposing th
Lehman bill -for public 'power de

velopment of the Niagara River.
Public power development, said

la.'h, would be at the expense of
the U.S. taxpayer, because public

power will be free of federal tax

ation. : '.'.,
' Answered New York's Senator

Lehman:

:'. -t- "V Yl)-' V! '-'of- fi7 ;.''"'.' .'-iji-.m.. '
"I understood we were a nation
and not just a lot of individual

parishes, each one looking out for.'
its own interests. I have voted time
and again for -appropriations for
projects which were of no benefit
to the state of New York but, which
placed an added tax burden on the
people of my state. It does not
matter to me, whether a particular
project benefits7 north,, south, east
or west the question is, will it
benefit the nation at large?"

THi USUAL THING
The Senate Civil Service Com-,
mittee was .hearing testimony re regarding
garding regarding intimidation by govern-!,
ment bosses. Testified Paul L. Le Lemon
mon Lemon of the American Federation oi
Government Employees at the U.S.
Naval ammunition depot at Crane,
Ind.:
"The-Navy's personnel officers
have two lines of thought when it
comes to employee relations,

what management 'may do and

what the employee 'has' to do.",
"I was a private in World War

I," observed Sen. Kerr Scott (D,

N.C.) in deadpan voice. "Is it un
usual for a commanding officer,
to take that position?" ;,- ;! -'"."No,
sir," answered Lamon. f s.

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1 ANOTHER NEW MEMBER
OF THE
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OF'

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Sterling

.flatware,
! Patterns
;.-A fantasy of

-scrolls, richly
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'series of "graces
- ful curyes.'.,
' carved to' reflect
' thescintillatino'

.highlights created

, by its soft
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faces surfaces l gives
life to this
lovely pattcrrt.

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A LAMP'S HOME IS HIS pVEra-Favorite sleeping' spot
for "Larry," two-month-old lamb, if the oven, of all place.
Th lion-hearted critter is a bottle-reared pet of the Patmore
family, of FIndon, England. Mr. Patmore fa shown, above,
offering Larry his afternoon bottle as he ends his daily siesta;
She says she always checks first before lighting the oven, lest
he wind up with roast lamb '.

To F7ons By nesif

A'

V.;,

Panama Line

Sailing

, KALOKOI,EVU;Fiii (UP -J
An Illinois' priest ; and. an Austra
vlian bank clerk -have mohition mohition-'
' mohition-' lied the economic We P;
dominantly Methodist r
Sn crest is the fame of Father
v Marion Ganey t Gillespie, IB, tor
introducing oredit unions,? v that
crateful villagers feabfre him and
" I Chicago hot dog anufacturer
, in specially composedceremonial
, ''"The8' Jesuit jpriest and Anglican
7 Dick, Philips of Dubbo, Australia,
t. ...Ki:i,i 154 credit unions

. "tta hatched villages

since the movement parted some
: JIT. i.n There are DOW

17 soft members. a truck-bank to

serve rer l? villages and 'nearly

Pots khd ans are now appear appear-.
. appear-. :n.M. that pnnked in kero-.

.... w nni and saucers have

,u"f. JZZui -hTT as' crock

boats now own them shoveU
axes in(J tools have reed the

5. ... .'-i-nrrirl in style.

' i"'n,.ilaL ami keot OUt Of

j.! .. niinnnpnt taxes by nis

Village xreun ui""- ,
. ,Av:.' smith Sea Island

Vail 13 J v ",
viUage the community holds ab-

orate ceremonies "ria
when the bans- IS

opened, .deposits made, loans con-

ortered and we doom wiauw

nF":.":.l7w Sunday's

the milky liquid
iL- "tt?.i. transactions take

IU3 j ilUlw- j
iomitately Fl

Jian, with each vulage electing : its
' ik.:-i. nfi nn Wall Street

board of directors has ever been
burdened with more responsibility

than the treasurer, 3.
directors of these village organua-

' Shulmgs re dug out oMava-

pound note is passed forward with
. the precious pass book to be de de-Bosited
Bosited de-Bosited to the growing accounts.
IhV X half-naked youngsters
toddle up with tighUy clutched
coins and are pushed along by
their laughing and proud elders
who hold out few pennies each
week as presents to the youngsters
for, their, savings "founts.; Jach

amount is stuawuMj
Jhe pass book, receipts are given
and the figures neatly columned
" th" thick ledgers which have
. become the. most treasured pos-
..essions of-the ttUages. s
j Dance Tells Story
The loan request! are undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly rehearsed for hours .by the
applicants who do everything pos pos-1
1 pos-1 sible to Impress the load commit committee
tee committee th their sincerity and oe-

Tha tanama linir Anonn waa

scheduled to sail from New-York
today with 36 passengers for Cris

tobal and eleven passengers for

Port-au-Prince, Haitw
Among the passengers en route
to Cristobal are Lt Col. David G.
Burke, assistant tolhe Health Di

rector, and Mrs. sunte; ana jonn
F Oster. chief of thei Wace. and

Classification Division, accompa-

med ny ms son.
The pomDlete -advance passen

ger list for Cristobal follows:
Harold L. Anderson; Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore L. Bailey and son;
Lt. Col. and Mrs. David G. Burke;
Mr. and Mrs, BelisarJo A. Castro;
Isaac Cohen; Dr. and Mrsy Thorn.
as'F. DUday, Jr., and 2 children;
Miss Doris V. E h r m a n; Mrs.

Jeanne S. Garcia; and Mr. and

Mrs. Edward J. Husum, Jr., and

children. r -,
Miss Juanite N. Jones r Mr. and

Mrs. D. Robert LaPorta and

daughter; Miss Terry Lopez; Wu Wu-fred
fred Wu-fred C McBarnette; Russell M.
McKelvey; Mr. John F. Oster and
son; Mrs. Virginia K. Roberts;

Richard J. Salvato; james w.
Suddaby; Mr. and Mrs. Walter

Trout; and David C: Yerkes. ,.

Red Qzmi Kelly f

Wetttinp Played Up
To Snub B-K Visit

TONTifilM M St fTTPi A

Moscow radio commentator said to

day London newspapers only piay-
i nn th ftrap Kallv wedHinaT' to

keep the Bulganln-Khruschev visit

off the front page. &
Tn m Mnsrow radio talk on .'Ws

siresl Most.aro for smaa amount ftt;"?

u fnr. .kirknn wire i mg-uio van ucic ui uu.
SUCh as 112,50 lOt; CniCKen Wire.i iftlrh.hair in

ai.du W VaJ lnflv"f T -w --r Tim

March, correspondent Valentin Zor Zor-in
in Zor-in iH Rritish newsDarjers didn't

want to cover the B and K visit
"These reactionary publications...
attemnted to minimize the stay of

h Soviet leaders... if not to pass

L Philips -and, Father Ganey, are it ovr altogether," zorm saia.

h fomilu rHin' tlS fflp neW CSS

light, $25 for house repairs and

J10 for a new usn net., n e p a y

menu are arrangea m smau
weekly amounts. ; i t,

V

Ten Kill: i hi Bus i

Ovcrl-jms In Spain
HUELVA.Spain, May 31 (UP)-

A jammed passenger bus over-i

turned late yesterday killing 19 of
the 39 persons aboard. j

Another 22 were ngurea, i se seriously.
riously. seriously.
The bus was en-route from Cam-

pofrio'to La Granja de Riotinto,
which is in the south-west corner

of Spain.
The dead have not yet been iden

tified. ;

The crash occurred after the
hua hrakix hail failtvl. It crashed

intn a moll hriHff at a mall vil

lage known as the Granda de Rio

tinto, 20 kilometers vftonvthe fa

mous ruo viuuo mines.
A ctpariv xtroirn of ambulances

raced the dead and wounded back
to Huelva throughout the nightL
There were several children a a-board
board a-board the bus, at least two of
whom suffered skull fractures.

I.

. 11 iM
LOVVERIMG THE DECK A barge unit lowers one of toe 56-
foot deck sections used. in building the Lake Pontchartrain
- Causeway in southeastern Louisiana. More than 2,000 of these
sections will be used in- eonstructinf the 23 mile bridge.
which, Louisiana claims, will be the longest road bridge in
the world.,- v a -- -, ;. ,.

SU21 1800 Political Prisoners
In East German Jails, Bonn Says

tha nni F.iironpam connected

witi the organiiation, andtheyi

act t merely as advisers.

The vulage deposits are picaea
un by the truck vhich moves from
village to village collecting the
monies, cashing checks and mak making
ing making payments. Its two-roan crew
onvor ins milps on the Monday

anri iin milp nn their reeular

Tuesday t route to Tailevu.; All

ainmr tha wav '4h' villaee treas

urers await 'them; moneybags lnj

hand, imver rem mamiams

split-second timetable and signals
his approach to each' village with

blasts on the horn, 3ome of the

village treasurers WalK lor miies
to their poiKfpd place by the
road to n.-t- Use 'mobile' bank.
Gov. "Sir lionaid Garvey, gover governor
nor governor j of Fiji, imported Father
Ganev from British Hcaduras', to

introduce the credit -union idea. :

In telling the story in tneir eere eere-nmial
nmial eere-nmial HinrM the Fiiiani em'

Jiere add was assisted -in -his trav

els oy a inicagq noi oog onwum,
Tim Moriarity. Should, Moriarity
ever visit Fiji, he would find bis
hot dogs immortalized in song and

dance by the fisn ana oreaojruii-

Fijians

fnr ihia nut-nose all kinds of

n nf atvonHarv imnortance were

given loud and sensational, publici

ty, r or example, certain newspap newspapers,
ers, newspapers, nrintine the report on the An-

oln-Snviet ntffntiationa on inside

pages and trying not to give n

too much space, puDUsneo on tneir
front niBpg renorts illustrated by a

large number of pictures ot the

wedding of the American mm star

Grace &eiiy."' -,
Twining To Visit

Soviet Air Show I

j ai lw J w.a

eaimg -r rjians. i s

COMPARE 'J

Muscovite Women
See Red Too Much
tX)NDON, My' 31 (VP) Rus Rus-ian
ian Rus-ian women see red too much, a

4 Soviet Consular Attache Valen

tin Kirtsev advised officials ar.
raneinff Britain's first fashion

ahowine in Moscow June 7 that

Russian women see so much red

around them in banners, flags and
. the like, that they prefer other
'colors for clothing. r
,, Kirtsevs suggested blue.
The British decided to go ahead
anri malrh rod tha theme color nf

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Double Bed
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otasittnAton. Mav 31-i-fDP)

nn Nathan IP TwinlniT. : Air

rorce chief of-staff, will attend

the annual soviet air snow in

Moscow June 24 with the ap-
nrnunl -nf President Elsenhower

Twining acceptea me nussiaii

lnvitauon to tne air Bnow yes yesterday
terday yesterday after the President and

nthor tnn mcrnhpra Of the ad

ministration conducted intensive

discussions.

Aneentance resulted lmmedl

ately in a surge df speculation,
nn whether the1 ITnlteH States

will invite Russian Air Force of
firer. tn witness a Similar dis

play of -American air power. Al Also
so Also whether the lnvitatioa would

start a series or top-ievei ex

changes.

Remit Renunnpan leaner w

11am p. Knowland has strongly
opp6sed such exchanges. He said

they mignt lead to a -aeirimen

al" ,uit hv Rnvlet Premier VI.

kolai Bulganin and Communist

pany doss nituta a. &urusii
chev.

.. RONN. Germany. Mav 31 (VP)

The West German -government

charged today that 18,900 political
prisoners still are held in East

Germany's U)mmunisi jaus.
, It alcn rharffpd that there has

been no indication that the Soviet

Union is making any moves to
the lot of Communist-ruled

East Germany, despite Moscow's
new friendly attitude toward the

free world. .- a -- '.

The charges were made during

a parliamentary debate oy fi.ai.oD
Kaiser, minister for all German
affairs in Chancellor onrad, Ade Adenauer's
nauer's Adenauer's government. t

AeeordiniT to information of the

flerman federal eovernment."

Kaiser told the lower bouse of

Parliament, "there are at pres present
ent present still about 11,900 political pris prisoners
oners prisoners in Soviet zone jails. That is

a ahnrlrinu numoer.

He added that since the end of

Wn,M war TI and estimated 70.r

000 prisoners have died in Soviet

zone Jans ana concentration
camps, including at least 1,000 un-
tier the aire of 18.

He said about 23,000 others were
irrested by Communist police and
never were heard from again- He

added that an aaaiuonai ,uu

mhn n known to have been im

prisoned In East tone jails have

disappeared. '- -'

tiaiser saia xne pouucai iiiuu iiiuu-.M.n
.M.n iiiuu-.M.n live ntufer worse Condi

tions than convicted criminals. He
.miA thai fnml ennsistl of Watery

soup and stews without meat He

added that since law nuYuiuuei

nrimnera have not been tl

U1HW Y w.
hnmui tn reeelve food nackasei.

Speaking of East ana wesi wne

relaUons, Kaiser said: m
althniinh there have been In-

tho nnliriei of the Soviet Union

mi in Kui-wtn reiauons wmtu

mrm hsin. watphed closely, the

clock has hardly moved since

VEGETABLE ADVICE

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week in frozen vegetables that are

not adequately oiancnea piror .to
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Stalin's death in so far as the
treatment of 18 million Germans

in the Soviet zone is. concerned.

He said that despite recent So

viet zone4 government announce

ments that "democratic legality"
was being Introduced into East
Germany, there have been no no noticeable
ticeable noticeable changes. 1

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Sfudebaker-Packard
Curliss Air Merqer
Reported Due Soon
' NEW YORK. Mav31 fUP)

Curtiss-Wright Corp. may throw

Jap Socialists

I m 1 - mi

ieex i;o-icnm

Vote Against Govl.

TOKYd May 31 (UP) The
nnnnttirinn SAialict Partv tnnlr

stepi yesterday to place a parha-

m fineHflinl ifet lina. in ttt trnil.

. vi.j ct..AKDL-ADanbrl fftrn in i mpntflrv vnffl nf no rnnfiHpnrn a

few days with an announcement1 gainst the tovernment of Prime

Of t merger Of ine IWO mausinailiuunaicr ivuiro riiiiuviima.

puntt in informed source indi

r'ate3'ylSterdayFV

,; Announcement of the consolidaJ

tion of the two nrms into new
v. 500-million-dollar company o
f been expected yesterday. Although
the action did "not materialize,: a
'spokesman for the companies said
there was no change in the situa-

StUdeker-Packard officials left
- here for their mid-western hea.d hea.d-.niH
.niH hea.d-.niH TnocHnv nioht and ves-

4UAtlbl9 O w
i day, the spokesman said, out
: otntna still U OUO."'

,tiiiili.d viiiiu wjwxiia.
Sniiolti Partv inuAcrm filsil ; m

no-confidence motio- with the sec

retarial 01 me lower nouse r uie
riil 'Isn't ftaiH thpv wniilH inrott

the motion before the full house
today A.Ai ; &

Th mntinn : hai littV rhanrn nf

passing because -Hatoyama's ; Li.

berai-uemocrauc rany noias an
seats to 153 for the Socialists.

The Socialists utted four rea reasons
sons reasons for their lack of confidence
in .Hatoyama's administration.
They said:

1. ine fiW-roiiuoD-iouar inaem-

(ttoSfefeyS? Jruej Life Adventures

- THg wilv: WEASEL bums i s&Eemrfc

NVJLtktaB iuner of the nity plan recently sned with the

: Mi h. .litn PhiiiDOines was towiuu

airplane engme firm and the auto
manufacturer have been under underway
way underway for eQtpe time. Studebaker--PackarotriorniMtlhroush
'me; 'me;-ger
ger 'me;-ger two years ago, has been in fi financial
nancial financial difficulties and a merger
was considered to fee a "life-saving"
tratumctkurcfor the company.
ReacSfQltroject
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will com
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tions with the Soviet Jnion broke
off hi March with maiy Japanese
stiM not returned fro captivity in

IVU9SU. ., i
? Thn cabinet Is atemotine to

sevisethe postwar coRtitution.

4. inp camnet nas iuea sever several
al several times in domestic, dministra-

tive matters.. ; nVH, i

k COSTLY TAROINSS '
PONTlAfc, Mich. A SO-
second tardiness cost thecity $1, $1,-700.
700. $1,-700. Only two bids were ibmitted
on revenue bonds to finane off-on
revenue bond to finance tf-street
parking, but the low bid ws ruled

iliuui i -j .k.Uinii twpsnsA it was suDEtted a

-w!!? reactor nroiect' minute and a halt,after a dead-,,

ytskTemJiy Spain. line. 4

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10:00 Star Tonight
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. THTKSDAY, MAT 31, 1935

TT3 PANAMA AMTKICA!? AN TXLTTZSVTST DAItT NYWSfAPER
ta rrr

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ANYC5NS FC3 SITTING?-Whatls it relaxing as sitting on
A park bench, unless you happen to be a "?pider-man"T The
4&ntortiotust and yoga cultlst, above, is a "member of a circui

voupa vuiung Kama, iiaiy.

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J-r-DRI VE-IN-

JUNE 2 to JUNE 4

June Promises To Bust Out All Over;
IIotRainy, Foggy, Humid As Alvays

The following weather eondi- iky will be partly cloudy to clou-

lion art based on past records
and may be expected to occur in
the Canal Zone and vicinity during

June.
WEATHER: Settled rainy sea season
son season weather with moderate to hea hea-vt
vt hea-vt showers -may be 'expected to

occur throughout the month. Mea Measurable
surable Measurable rain will be bkely to occur
on about 20 days of the month at

Balboa Heights and 23 days at
Cristobal. The average total rain rainfall
fall rainfall for the 'month is S.18 inches

at Balboa Heights. 11.65 inches at

Madden Dam, and 13.47 inches at
Cristobal. There is, however, con considerable
siderable considerable variation from year to
year.. The range from wettest to
driest on record is 18.34 to 2.50
inches at Balboa Heights,- 20.51 to
4.92 inches at Madden Dam, and
31.23 to 5.93 inches at Cristobal
TEMPERATURE: The monthly
mean air temperature will aver average
age average between. 80 and 81 degrees.
The mean daily range of tempera temperature
ture temperature will be about 12 degrees on

the Pacific Side and 10 degrees on

the Atlantic Side. The average dai

ly maximum will be 86 degrees
md tha average minimum between

74 and 76 degrees. The highest

temperature on record for June is
95 degrees and the lowest 67 de degrees;
grees; degrees; such extremes, however,

are of infrequent occurrence.
HUMIDITY; The relative humi humidity
dity humidity will average 85 per cent at
Cristobal, 87 per cent at Balboa
Heights, and 89 per cent at Mad Madden
den Madden Dam. The daily range between
high and low is greater on the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Side than at Madden Dam or
Cristobal. ..
CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE: The

dy most of the time with an av average
erage average of 5 hours of sunshine daily

and with only X to 4 days with no
sunshine at alt, ...
- FOGS: Nkhtfime and early.

morning fogs may be expected oc-

easwnally over the Gaulard Cut
section of the Canal and the cen central
tral central section of the Isthmus along
the Trans-Isthmian Highway; but
none are likely to occur, at either
.'. v.

of the Canal entrances. Most of
the fogs form around -the midnight

ana oissipiie oeiore a.m.
' WINDS:' Winds' win be fight and
variable with southeast winds pre

dominating on the Atlantic Coast

and northwest winds oa the Paci

fic. The average hourly velocity
for. the month will range between
5 and 7 miles per hour on the
coasts and 3 to 4 miles per hour

in the interior. Local rain and

thunderstorms may be expected

quite frequently. During' these lo

cal storm gusts of wind with velo

cities up to 30 oe 35 mues per

hour may be attained, but they
are too short duration to cause

any appreciable damage.

VISIT COLON
-3 Watch for the big surprises at
MOTTA'S
. : on Saturday, June 2
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GRAND SALE
1 1 'i
MOTTA'S, Colon Only

By OSWAIJ) JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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ARBO brings you tht vary latest
n feminine and children's fashions.
. New shipments arrive every week.-:
And remember! CARBO sells only
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first quality merchandise... Never,
but never a "second" or Virregu-

i.y srv t,x ,- "i1rV;ul--ll t. aiV

tliKMA. JIATIONAk' -UAS. HEiS. STORES INC. ..u

Make Your Selections
;" Now-
Just Si. Down i t
' Holds your Purchase, N
on our Covenient
LAY-AWAY PLAN

Look Lovelier .
In a Carbo' fashion

T'.Wjde selection i. y

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DRESSES

resa Sketched:-
'-piece Woven Cotton
check with puffed
sleeves v .. .. line
skirt -Neckline
-liiw
Belt Sizes; 1 to 15,

4

Other dresses In this rice uroup: Wide
variety styles and fabrics from which
to choose 1 and 2-pc styles Solids
and sprints )-? Everglaze. Woven and
Sheer cottons Rayon Linen weaves--.
Cotton and nylon stripes.-
Sizes: 7 to 1512 to 20 1614 to 21

.BUY YOUR. DRESSES, at GARBO and SAVE1

The lateaUin Young Fashions

GIRLS'
DRESSES

1 89

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Popular full sweep skirts novelty details and pocket trim trim-embossed,
embossed, trim-embossed, Zesef' and other fine cottons In pastel and
Hi-shades, plaids,prints some on whltewound. ...
Sizes r V to 6x 7 to 12. . -, i

New 4Bahy DoU'?

GIRLS'
PI JAMAS

1.59tois;:

2 and "3-pc. sets Lavish lace trims, Screen prints whites
and pastels Cotton print pllsses and rayon tricot. -Sizes:
a to 14. ,, . 4
.... :.. '.'.

V7.V GRBjD CARRIES A COMPLETE' OF
5 V"lKFAiVI-l,ns6DS AT MONEY SAVING 'PRICES

. Latest Mix and Match Styles
GIRLS PLAY WEAR.

Midriff a

7

Shorts

Pedal Pushers e Bathing Suits
' x
and all other Play Tog needs
1, 2 and 3-pc. sets in your favorite sport to fabrics,
twills, sailcloths, poplins' and embossed cottons .flattering
pastels and vivid sundrenched colors.

99 to 4 29

l'--'-''. INFANTS ".' '' INFANTS .
f i I tNDERSinUTS : ER SHOES .'
' ' -x' Soft Leather f tn
rotton Imlts ; r i 4Q White onlv in tQ Al,
White! only ZjC tO 4 C. Sizes; 0 to 8 ? T"
FA?TWC SAVE ON INFANTS'-
? f CAPS and BONNETS NOVELTY GIFTS
f Woyi'and girls "i-1 '
, tty lHie and . -.
' l !; trim ttyUa mm 1 Towel wto-coMr J
JNv!ih, t-l, Iw 1 1Q broth arte
. MVtiina and pieu Q JLrlQ I.I baby record booksUq. Sa'T 7Q.
' eqttom w. White. ' and many, nuny U III Xa V
ph.at1t, red and -, V", :
-.navy ,'.',' ,

; ..Tailored and Trimmed Styles

GIRLS'
PANTIES

Cotton knlttsi batistes and pUsses Rayon and Nylon tricots.
White and pastel shades Sizes: 2 to 14.

20ck79

; Rib Knits, Fancy Cuffs, Decal Trims
Infants end ; no, ta ;o(
GIRLS ANKLETS t l? J1-
Nylon and cotton knits a well as Helanca stretch
Yms White end pastels SItps: 4 to 'A 7 to 11.

V'.-'

, SIIOP AND SAVE AT fcARBO, .A. Central Ave. ajid 20th Across from Central Theater

It's hard to see why West aever
bid diamonds in today's hand. A
sacrifice bid at five diamonds

would have gone down only one
trick. This would be reasonable
enough, since South should have

maae lour spades.
West opened the king of dia

monds. and South ruffed. Declarer

next drew two rounds of trumps
with dummy's kinc and aueen. So

iar ne was sua safe. When be
then drew a thiru round of trumps,
he was a doomed man.
South saw that he couldn't af afford
ford afford to lead a low heart towards
dummy's queen. West would re

fuse the trick, and South would
be stuck in dummy with only one
trump to get the lead back in his

band and with the hearts still un un-established.
established. un-established. 1, V -'-.
South therefore had to lead the
ace of hearts and continue with
the jack, forcing out. West's king.
This set up the eight of hearts in
West's hand as an eventual stop-'
per. West returned the ace of dia

monds to knock out declarer's last

trump, and South could take two

more heart tricks tor a total of
eight tricks. The defenders took
the rest, (defeating the contract.
South should have -led the queen
of heart-' from rtummv before

drawing the last -trump. If West

refused the trick, bouts could
draw a trump and continue with
high hearts, winning 11 tricks.
If West took the queen of hearts,
he could do nothing' better than
to return a heart, allowing his
oartner to overruff the dummv.

Scuts' would eventually lose a club

trick, but he would win M tricks
with' the greatest of ease,-'.'

fc- iiiili 1 trip
Late James Dean
As Leading Actor
ix)NDON, May 31 (UP ferlfish
movie fans today named James
Dean, the American star killed in
an automobile accident last year,
as the leading screen actor of 19SS.
Judy Garland won the best ac actress
tress actress award for her role in "A Star
Is Born.", I
A- poll taken by the screens
magazine Picturegoer, said fans
chose Dean for his performance
as a problem youngster in the
film ."East of Eden."

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If you have trouble reading Ton need a margin of :
these 2 lines. "surround light' like this.

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1 Year guarantee on the picture tube and:

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Lifetime Tiuaraowe

AMAZII MACHINE DEMONSTRATED

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TT2 TASAMi A-'irSlCAS AN IXSETEXESTr CULT KTT?Air.l
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BUSINESS MEN
PNMA PERSONNFt. AND
YMCA CEaUIV SALON
i4677 BalbotU-
Cothplic Scuffle
WithlEvangelists.
Rreinks Uo Meeting
WIESBAHEN GWbW.JtoU
(UP)--An American otoc.al A the
' Catholics lea py
m aTevangelist meeting held
ber "last night to d former Catho-
a fh. r-SiUand others con-zSLvZ.-trito
Salvorn, a lor-
3rt eaVSat there be no
C&c and non-Catho-JcsiSX
haU but no one
was hurt, SttitJiaMU
FOB SALE:1953 OldsmoMle
oorTautomatic transmls-
Xtpowef brakes, shaded
, Ssi'K WSW. Duty
$1500.90. Can be iin-
anee. Phone Pan. S-40' y

i ' ISEOTTIESIN PANAMA

', QgtaUat by
AJtUt. A. ASSOCUTE
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"Abattoir Naclonal.
' lues fldudart
1S.S0
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10
lofcmlsoa
;Cenent Panam 1
CrcerI Nadonal ....
'Chirieana 8 Lc ,-. H
Claye 45
Coca Cola
Cuentat Coaerclals
Pret with Cora. .....
DmtlUdora Naclonal ...
rtaandere tttoie&a
Pret with Ccta, .....
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pret with Ccea,
Puena y tuaJVef.-... 411
'fnerta 1 Luj-Com, ... 10
'Hotelea Interamerietflc. 4
'General d Segorot
'Paaamefte de Aceitea
;Penamefia do Plbrat ..
f 'panamefia do Safuroe
Pananic&d Tabata ,. 10.
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Living room set,
custom built by Krohler, excel excel-'
' excel-' knt condition,, toot CO van in included.
cluded. included. Paid $400.00, will tacri tacri-fica
fica tacri-fica at $200.00. Call Albrook
FOR SALIi-Simmoiia Davan-,.
port I wood Vmatian blindt
WW Tal, lalbo 1245 or
.4246. 't', a :V .- i
i-v-
f OR SALEf Mahogany cbiH
Foioka, $45.00. RCA radio,
cbaaa. 45th St. Ho. 26. ;
FOR.IALI: j- rUllywod bod ;
aptin mattroM $50.00 Two -i
boybor bet plat $2.00. two liv-
inroomvcbalrt $8.00.' Apart.
mant Im wuhina machin.

U410Q0. Waffl Inn $4.00. All

arfaina. 50 St. No. 41 or 3 3-530S
530S 3-530S botwoa 7:00 and 8:30
p.m. i.
FOR SALE: Double bed $20.00.
25-cyclo rofrlfcrator $55.00.
Vary pood baby bad and niat niat-trcit,
trcit, niat-trcit, $15.00. Highchair $3.00.
Tablo $4.00. Gamboa 6-495."
FOR SALE-Wrooght iron tac tac-tioaal
tioaal tac-tioaal ftirnrtnr. 3-picc couch,
loung chair, aornor table, 2 and
tablet, inner apring reveraibl
cuihiona. Excelelnt condition,
$125.00. Call Ft. Clayton 3137.
FOR SAU-5-piece factional
mahogany living room tet, dou dou-b)e"Seim.
b)e"Seim. dou-b)e"Seim. Eumi movie camera,
Siemaat 8 mm. movie projector.
Call Fort Kobb 84-6198.
FOR SALE:r25-ycleXl. I. ref
rigarator, $40.006004 condn
tion. Phone lilboa 6320. ;
Position Offered
WANTEDoLinp4 V unf A
16 yaaMklfcnglrsh
Spanish. Send application an
tote. Inter-Americen Engineer Engineer-n
n Engineer-n C. Panama Box 4430. t

sntB4annteaWnaB

STILL KICKINCr-Grdmothera feel younger all the time,
this conga-dancing grout jeems to indicate. The J'girls" were
getting the first convenon ot the Associated Grandmother
Clubs of Washington, Inofl to a good start in Seattle, Wash,
Leading the line is Mil Rope Lander of Everett, Wash., a
mere 39 vears old- v U-. ... .

Is On The March
PHILADELPHIA (UP) -Tne
American boast of "bigger!md
better" products has undergo a;
partial reversal, accorduig tore tore-cent
cent tore-cent booklet published by a fan-
ufacturer of precision metal bd bd-ucts.
ucts. bd-ucts. a-1 '"'
Instead of "bigger, said he
Standard Pressed Steel Co, bk bk-let.
let. bk-let. the word should be "small."
Since the end of World War,!
a new idea mirtiaturiiatio-
has crept into the mmds ot pit-
act designers.
Such products as vacuum, eld eld's,
's, eld's, electric shavers kitchV
ranges, lawnmowers and even
en
American nome lisen, nave
affected bv miniaturization
the, company.' All are small.
nvnre comcact and alv-have mo
function -and f convenience us.
their are-war couhteroartst
A new typo of.awncB,;gevip

hv tteii Telenhone Laboratories.

i nn nf the moKt siectacular

amples of miniaturization. Called

a suicon juncuon, it mases w
sible the reduction of a complete

teleohone exchange from a
or three-story building to the
of a small room.
Th tool pnmnanv nrenici

competition, Jnflation, the .corn .corn-v
v .corn-v MOSCOW SUBSCRIIES

SAUGUS..Mass. 5 -(UP)

Academy of Studies in Moscow

has just bougnt a year o suDscnp suDscnp-tion
tion suDscnp-tion to The First Iron Works Ga Ga-lette.
lette. Ga-lette. That is the official publica

1112

tion of the First Iron Works

Association of Saugus, with head

niiartem here, where America'

first iron works was established

in 1C50. -

. Automobiles ; v alcoholics anonymous
', ? BOX 2031, ANCON, CJ5.
FO RSALI.- 1949 Tudor Ford, f- BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX,
black, m good condition, $375, .. .. ...T
Coco Wito, Apt. 16-8. f,NJOY rh.a weekend the Hotel
in ii i Country Club of El Vail and
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac Cata- $14.00 daily for two partem; and
. lint. Radio, excellent condition t try our new American plan of
. Ca' Balboa 2-6380, 8-4 p.m. evrythlng Included, and twim-
- ming pool, hone and bingo en
; FOR SALE. 1946 De Sot 4 atrda nioht. :
door Sedan, $225.00 and 1947 "!9"t-
' Pontiac 4-door Sedan, $300.00. PH R A I F
I Both can' in good condition. rvR jnLC
ffiig'y y Miscellaneous
FO RSALE: Oldimebile '40 Sa- FOR SALE: T the highest bid-
: dan Lookt good, good tira, run '. der, all the buildings and build-
. good, $125.00. Cell 2-5298. ing materials .located in Juan
,AB .... r r- Franco Race Track. The ipeclfka-
FOR SALE: 53 Mercury. Ex- ,. ,ioili for tht bid may be btaln-
i cedent condition, anginal own- ,e(J( frtl ot ,h.rg, it the Pan
1 M,,'" -tof U,S- Curundn American Lit Jnturanc C, m
j 6293. ";r A -.. Central Avenue number 31.
FOR SALE. 1947 De Sot 4- ; FOR SALE. Gold huice, pre-
door Sedan Radio beater, good Colombian Indian artefact. Price
, condition, $250.00. Phone Navy $200.00. Writ Box 136 Balboa
, 3684. Heights for appointment.' Call
! FOR SALE: 1951 Morris-Minor Panama 3-4382 aftW 6:00 p.m.
convertible. Albrook Qh. 98-B. FOR SALE-Om small upright
FOR SALE:- 1950 Studebaker pian T.lephon. B.lbo. 3019.
Chimpion, 2-door, $325.00. FOR SALE: "David Bradley''
... nalbea.3101 -Mv garden tractor,. Dise' Harrow,
FOR SALE-Cadlliac '49r mo- new 4th St., ha 2068 x
tor recently overhauled, excel- Curundu. Phon 6164 jimmy F.
lent condition. Duty paid. Bar- Allen. 1
gain Waving PaannMSGav-. F0R SALE: Carved Chin...
. .Ian Road. Balboa TeL 2-3283. desk with 2 chair and glass,
FOR SALE: 1949 Studebaker. f Man's bedroom et. Golf tet.
Must sell this weekend.- Excel- !,0fu',f,, T1'
lent motor, paint fob, radio, 3-6524, Panam.
verdriv, tet'.civn, tc Y .......
Sfeenen

FOR SALE194S OMsmobila
Series 98 2-door. Clean through
out. $450,00, Will finance. 356
Apt. IT, Anrtnjbext t Ancon
1 C4mmistry t I
- r 0 I V ..
FOR ULE-1 951 Ford Station
Wagon, $350.00. Call Abreofcy
4170; evenings 4144,
. t LIT IT BURN
MANISTEE. Mich. -4X)P
Kenneth Berchard, 21, knew his
car was on fire but didn't know
what to do about it. Finally over overtaken
taken overtaken by a police cruiser. h py.
ptauieu iia aepi, ngm on driving
tne Dunung auio inrougn tne city
because he didn't dare to park.
"mere' were no. parking signs
aiuuK me street, ne said.
plexity of modern living and the
pusning oacK of design frontiers
will bring even more miniaturiza
tion in the years ahead.
ei
CHOICE
LOTS for
two
size
mail"
SALE
The
! . -""-'H.'S'.
tj. Eloy Alfaro 15-15?
; Tel. 2-0610

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MISCELLANEOUS

Hope For 9
ConlracI Agreement
PITTSBURGH. May 31 (UP
The United Steelworkers Union and
the. nation i three top basic-Steel
producers opened joint negotiations
today in an under-the-gun push to
write a settlement before the in industry's
dustry's industry's strike deadline at midnight
June 30. n
EieM men four from the unfonJ
" -x .,, .. g, :
to irom U S. Steel Cerpr and-one
each from Bethlehem aad Repub Republic
lic Republic Steel Corporations shouldered
the burden of writing in agreement
affecting 650,000 wrs: u.the na nation's
tion's nation's pteel milla. j , i..
"I hope we can finish this one
up in nine Innings;" declared John
A. Stephens,, vice president n 0
chief negotiator for U.S. bteei.
The precedent-setting talks affect
directly only the three firms, which
rank 1-2-3 in the industry and em employ
ploy employ about half the 650,000 workers
represented by the USW in current
contract talks. But any agreement
reached likely would set the pace
for settlements in bargaining with
159 other steed firms whose ubw
contracts expire In 30 days.
, FLOOD ANP THEFT
BERKLEY. Mich. (UP)
Flood waters poured into Carl
Jesse's basement. So he started
the engine. Of his car and raced
downstairs to gather valuables. He
found his woes had doubled when
he emerged from the basement.
a tniei nad-made ou witn ms
car.
KNIGHT SHIFT The
mored one, above, may be safer
on the job than, most, but that
wasnt the reason for his ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. The knight clanged
V j through Minneapolis Honey Honey-J
J Honey-J jvell's plant to .dramatize Na Na-N
N Na-N tionaWob SafetjJPeek.

FORWENT
Apartments

ATTENTION 6. LI Jsnt bailt
modern fiiraihd aaertawatt, U
2 bedrooms, bet, caid wattt,
Phea Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modem cool,
completely furnished apartment
in excellent location, living
room, dining nook, I bedroom,'
kitchen and bath. For I months,
8 June to B September, Ideal
for responsible individual r cou couple.
ple. couple. Reasonable rent. Call Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-4868 from 7 a.m. to
9 a.m. I p.m. to 10 p.m.
FOR RENT Furnished or n
furnished apartment:' 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, etc., m
Bella Vista. Pha 3-6097, 2-
FOR RENT.-Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting ream,
maid's ream with bath,, large
kitchen, large bathroom, bet wa water,
ter, water, apartment all screened, 25
squar meters Inside apartment
for laundry, drying and baaing.
large closets, garage. House No. ,
m. m . .A I a 1 '
j, euteoie aw momwi ht. m
El Cangrejo, earner bouse. Pha
Panama 3-0579. '"
FOR RENT 7 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen. 13th St. San Francisc.
Via Perras. Phone 3-2457..
FOR RENT? Furnished apart'
mnt, $50.00. Clayto aeighbert,
regular Transportation, Tn-3
phon J-0471, r V 1
FOR RENT: Furnished moderm
apartment, screened, inspected,
one bedroom. Call ,2-3065. i t
FOR RENT: Unfurnished, vary
modem, hot water, one bed--'
room apartment half black from
Via Espena 4Cempe Alegral
aeer El Panama Hotel. Carl 3 3-342V
342V 3-342V : a
FOR RENT. Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, i very i cool, 2 bedrooms,
living-dining roam, kitchen,
garage, telephone. Near Hotel
El Panama. Tel.! 33424. Vy
FOR RENT: On badroam fur furnished
nished furnished apartment 6elf Height.
Telepfian Panama 3-4382 aft-.
'or 6:00 p.m.-$70.00 monthly.
FOR RENT Small apartment,'
furnished, suitable far 2 per-,
tons. "L" St. N. i, Apt. J, fit
fleef j'' v'''' .'V'';'
FOR RENT; Furnished en
btdroOm apartment 3-8 montha
beginning after June 16. .Phone
3-0379.
FOR "RENT'S Very ctmfertabl
furnished apartment, screened,
inspected. Via EspaKa, house b b-for
for b-for Juan Franc: " T
FOR RENT. Apartment 2 bed bed-I
I bed-I rooms, living-dining room, fur-
' nished r unf uraished. I n'
rrancisc, lotn St. No, 6. Tel.,
3-1188. . ; mi
FOR RENTs Completely fur furnished
nished furnished modem apartment u Uv-'
Ing-dininf room, ne bedroom,
kitchen. From June 1 5th, 3 to
6 month Phon 3-0379.
FOR RENT: Best located ana ana-room
room ana-room furnished apartment. Clean
and independent. 43rd Street
No. 13. x--.'
FOR RENTj2 adrmi 2
bath apartment,' Pleasant tur tur-rauatlingt,
rauatlingt, tur-rauatlingt, hot water, gang. II
Cangrejo section. : Call 2-0321
ffic hoars. --vi ..-i if.j...,
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom tpart-
,ment, living-dining room; aerv-
ants quarters with bathroom,
garage, hot and cold water, in installation.
stallation. installation. New apartment haute
at Juan Franca, Sanruarie'ttreot.
Phone 3-0908. 3-0911, 3-1062
FOR RiNT-Purniihad apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65.00 and $55.00. Mil Military
itary Military inspected.' Via Partes 99.
Phon 3.-2068.' ,i.
FOR RENT: -Cool oee bodroam
apartment Bella Vista Call 3-
2097. ....
Pontiff Ignores -Doctors
To Give
Special Blessing
"VATICAN cmVMay 31 (UP)
Pope plus XII Ignored doc
tors' warnings today and made
a three-minute appearance at
the window of his bedroom to
Impart a Corpus Christ! Day
blessing to some 50,000 faithful
in st. Peter'g Square.; -.j n-,-. j
The Pontiff made his appear
ance at noon sharp after- the
DilKrlms who had treked Into
the .square to inouJreabout his
tuuujwuu utctcw iuowv
bout 20 minutes. Doctors have
warned the Pope that he is suf suffering
fering suffering from' fatigue And needs
"rest and more rest." 1
Lut : the 80-year-old pontiff
CBJue aim muiwm vwv.
and. smiled down on tne multi
tude. ,:' 1 '''.''".-' 'JZ
' A hundreds knelt on the cob'
blestonc,- he raised i his ; right

arm and Imparted a simple cent vears.-he has flown between!
blessing over a loudspeaker. San Francisco and Honolulu.'. He!
, His voice was weaker' thanlmade his 1,000th Pacific crossing)
usuaij veteran jsbserven aaid...... April 3i..f,,a ";

FOR RENT
arouses

FOR RENTs C Z. vacation
quarter, 4 bedreome Lot Rit
Juno 16-Sapt. 5. Balboa 3101.
FOR RENT t 3 bedroom chalet,
faraisbed, screened Bethaaia
635. Inquire Tel. 2-0107 Pan Pan-;
; Pan-; tea.! ':
Help Wanted
.IN NEED: Giri with EnglUh and
: Spanish knowledge. Agenda
Iwrel, Tl. 2-2594.
WANTED
iliseellaneous
WANHD- Diahet any
mount f "Ryal Deultea" bant banting
ing banting aad coaching scene. 83-
4147, 2154-C, Curundu..
Responsible lady wM like to
rent I goad overcoat for
weeks, tit 16. Tal. 3-4976.
Marilyn Evasive On
Rumors Of Rcmance
Wilh Arthur Miller
HOLLYWOOD. Mav 31 (TJPV-
Film star ilarilyn Monroe has de denied
nied denied that she has any plans to
marry her occasional New York
escort, playwright Arthur Miller,
The curvaciouus blonde yester
day refused to either confirm or
deny' that she and Miller, now in
Nevada to obtain a divorce, are
having a romance. New York gos gossip
sip gossip columns, however, have item itemed
ed itemed for several months that the two
had been dating.
One columnist yesterday quoted
Marilyn as saying she would mar marry
ry marry MiUer and that she had inform informed
ed informed 20th Century-Fox Studio of. ber
plans. But at her apartment Mari
lyn announced: '
"It is beyond my understanding
how a responsible member of the
press can print a statement attri attributed
buted attributed to,. me that. was never
made."; ; n -fc
Since the former nude calendar
girl has been working in Holly
wood- on "Bus Stop" reporters
have continually asked her about
oes friendship with Miller. Mari
lyn always has answered, "were
just friends." ;
Miss Monroe, wno turns au to.
morrow, ulansto! return to her
New York home Saturday. After
a montn i vacation, sue wui iiy 10
London to appear in a picture
with .Laurence. Olivier. ,
':' m a
irevfiu WYI3I
Flotilla To Brildn;
RiDceiT "V"
"'MCtSCOW. May SI (UP)-So
vlet Defense Minister Marshal
Oeorai Zhukov has awarded
gold watcnes to tne top navai
officers of the flotilla which
carried Premier Nikolai Bulgan
in and Communist Party head
NikiU Khrushchev to Britain
last month.,
- Zhukoy'g announcement of
the awards was disclosed in the
publication Soviet fleet. -.
It said be awarded engraved
watches to Rear Admiral v.
Kotov, ther flotilla commander
and to Cant. First Grade O. F
;Stepanov, commander of the
:ruiser OrdzhoniEidze.
t other officer and crew mem
bers received plaques and gifts
lor talcing part in ine voyage.
'The soviet fleet, announce
ment said the crews "displayed
the highest quality of seaman
ship, culture, discipline ana or
ganizatlon." N
Mlteurea Juntisn navai com commander
mander commander Lionel Crabbe, a famed
"froo-man ." disannearea wnue
the Soviet flotilla was in Forts-
mouth harbor.. The British gov
ernment nan announced that ne
is presumed dead. Some reports
indicate he may have been killed
while swimming about on n
unauthorized mission near me
Ordzhonkldzeh ..', .". ,4
Senior US Airline
Pilot To Retire
NEW YORK. May -81 (UPi
The nation's senior airline pilot
will be grounded tomorrow.
, United Air hts capUin. is quit'
Harry Hutting, Woodside, Calif.,

- itmt! at the mandatorv retirement

aee ef 60.

HUking has logged more than
Buking has logged more than

29,000 hours in the -air. That

the equivalent of three and a third
years. .' '

He was an Army flier in World
War I and a flew for the Military
Air Transnort Command in World

War II. Between wars, he poloted

4bti Mrmt iva Ant a 1 i itl a n an a Tn

RESORTS

Spend your weekends at Santa
Clara Casino Hotel, drinking,
dining and dancing
Spand your week ends at Rio
Mar the best bathing beech in
Mr Republic, with all conve-V
niences. Moderate prices. The
new management it anxious to
aarv yea.'
Baldwin a furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Tls
Phone 5mhh, Balboa 3481.
BEACHSIOE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnei't comfortable houses.'
Phon Thompson Balboa 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceeniide CeHegea,
Santa CUra. Baa 43S, Balboa.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mil past Ca
sinef Bajbee 1866 ;
FOR RENT On 'the Santa Clara
each half mile from Santa CU CUra
ra CUra at Sea Cliff Acre. Two) bed-'
room concrete hous with deep
treei ice boa, get stove etc. end
$40.00 manthty. S Mm. An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. li
i
IS-
- o
AN EGG FOR AN EGG"Eg8

yet, but such tnings ao exist, x wuvvmi-v ,
of Rylie, Tex., found in his henhouse a huge egg with a nor-:
malted one inside it. Both eggs have a yolk and white. The;
white leghorn, right, doesn't appear loo excited about being -the
phenomenon's producer.' "": 'J-.' ''f

ae.mammrairBeaefc4aimtttaan

, WAIT1N' FOR THE RAIN TO' COME IN In, downtown,
i Pittsburgh, Pa, shoppers don't have to let a smile be their .'
- umbrella on those rainy rainy days. A popular drugstore keeps
V about 40 umbrellas on hand, free for anyone to borrowijlrt .'
the first year of its goodwill aervice, the stoie has not iost one
umbrella as a result ot dishonesty. Taking advantage of the
' free-lending Offer Is Virginia Bantefl, local shopper. i

is
1ta L

v
1
FOR J ALE -21 foot cabin crui a
oof, 7 feet beam 2.9 feet draft.
. Z hunks naae. Hull double
plank mahogany, 90h.p, Dodgej
1 engine 21 gallon gaa tank; Fuel
Consp. 2.2S gallon per hour
cruising. Located at Balboa
,-Yatch Club. 'Boat No. 301.
. Price $1,150 cash. Call Balboa)
2-3147 after 4:30:
FOR SALE: 21 loot Caff-rig,
tailboat. Call Or. Andersoa Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-631flL.. .,
FOR SALE
y Motorcycles
FOR SALE.S.A: metorcyclt.
1953, 650 c e. Juan B. Seta St. 1 J
No. 2. Telephone 2-5426 front
8:00. to 2:00 noon and from H
'2:00 to 6:00 p.m. 't
t T ..T'.--S
F0R SALE: Allstate motor.'
acooter 1952r3 h.p., axeellent
conarrwn, one owner, Albrook
1
-
4

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors

- lying eggs" Wt the vogue; m.

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mxama AMrrjcAN a EvrirrxBrNT dart KcwsrArnt
FACE SETM
V-v
C4fT0t0
25c, : 19ft
. i
. I .
v -BANK XIGHTI i
- - -
" RIVER BEAT ;
" '
c -Also:
KING DINOSArS.
TVOL
ZSc. 15c.
CAVE OF THE
; OUTLAW '.
r AL ALITOR
ITOR ALITOR HUNTER
CEnTnALTl::atra?-
"5c, vi J,1.' i4'
., WEEKEND RlAsE i
In Technicolor & Cinemascope!
tU-7HA7RE
DHIVE-iri Theatre
foe. : 30c
CECILIA THEATRE
COc 30c
GREAT DOUBLES
John Wayne Lauren Bacall, in'
v BLOOD ALLEY ;';
1 In Cinemascope! Abo:
' Jane Wyman Tan Johnson, in
MIRACLE IN THE RAIN
ttO
y IC 7 Of I A
25c.
15e.
30c
jflWEEKEJjq $EtASE( y (J
Double in Spanish!
Musica, Espuela y
Lagrimas
.', Also:
; Let Tres Amoret
' de lota-
. s : .:
Richard Bartlctt
r. Cenei WILDS Jmb WALLACE.
iV. STORM WEAR
r.r ,-Jt hits like a &undrboltJ
Shewshi:15, 5:11,7:95, 1:59 pjn.,
Janet Boddaax
.Jack Hawkins Joan CoUhV, in, t
LAND OF THEvPHARAOHS
.The making of this picture made
motion picture history...
II: 50 2:33 4:41 :4S : p.m.
' -In'- x
SILENT RAIDERS
' GOOD
PICTURES
4. V,-J- .,

THIT.SDAT, MAT 31, 1328 :

SIDEGLANCES

By Calbraith

BE

-i''

v mi ii m m . I i

&t?t

"Of court I was rood in acheol! How much troublo

can yotl get into $jMdmgira corner all day?"tj

i

...

1

r a i

pwfiiivrr

, fenkin voniuon

TTm.T.vwnnn s NEAt Ty-I the srrint! Thii

clusivfcly Yoift(f 'Two-ton Tpny
Galento is a codtegder again for
an Qscar.; "They can j aftrt
dustin' off.dern acting awards,"
the human beer barrel from ,Ncw

Jersej flashed to tp he ar

rived in Hollywood. ks up
15,000,; a a comeiiy fe-i. ter in
the new Fox i. movio, -".The Best
- Thingy in Lif e vAre Free." v
Calentoy who thinks the best
things InUlfW are bter and spag spag-ttotti,
ttotti, spag-ttotti, .predicted .he'd .beat .Joe

the script "of "The little .Hut."

director Marx Kobson has an

other censorship worry --'"Ava
Gardner lolling around 'on that
desert island in nothing but bra

US Earth Satellite Program
'Quite W

SAN VranctsCQ.' Mav 31 (UP)! tag of a tiny satellite of earth will

The United States u quite weui not mean mat mannea spice

along" in its plans for launcmng.mgnns jusi arouno me comer,

man made moon to circle -the

earth but there is still, a chance
that the project could fail, theNa theNa-vy
vy theNa-vy said today. ' -
CaDt. A.v B. Metsger. deputy

chief of naval research, gave Jthat

assessment of the earth satellite
vehicle program in a speech to the
Aviation Writers Association at its
annual convention here. .." ".

The United States plans to fire
12 artificial moons into space dur dur-inff
inff dur-inff the 1957J8 International Geo-

physicar Year wiur the hope- that
a considerable number will stay in

an orbit and whirl around the gwDe
at 18,900-miles an hour. : ") ;.

"There is sri accepttDM proo.
ability of swecess or the program
would not have been begun," he
said. "ut ther, is ,a I s o thf
chance feilure, although; er;:
is no do 'jt that eventually an
artificial sattllit W be plae plae-ed
ed plae-ed in aUout .the, earfh i
He said -that successful launch-
;r f i U-. 1

I

NEWCOMER Col Thomss H.
n.(te.14 arrlnari Hrt 'th Canal

7 o nmiiuu. o"""

ano panties, v . u s an office, Hot 2 Saturday for-duty atKeaa

a star dressing room. too. .for ,ornSe' rnrtbhpnn Command,

Holiyvi,- ; s jewest producer i in; n' be assigned as -chief,

oneratlons Division, j-j

Louis,, too, hut who's ; going to

argue, with Ihe fellow who now
, explain "Joe murdered me but

. Mr blood was all ever him."

Saloonkeeper and ring vet

Tony played a "big role" in "On

the Waterfront" By big role he

admits, T eay 1 that even 1 if my
back was to, the, camera Sure,
he'd like a career as an actor. "I
wasn't wrestler l y e a r s for
nuttin'," But so love stuff, says
Tony;' n' '73.
."LovlnM can do all the time,''
he told the, "but my Jace don't
all for &'-.,; -v ;4n..v.::.5
He won't be training on beer
s an actor, though. "It's "hard
enough for me to remember
lints m F Tnmr wltkmtt

drinkinj beer?' r
Producer Bob' Goldstein called
in his fpress -agent the other day
' and .announced he had reeistered

the movie" tUle, "The Sheriff of

can't iafford those big best, sellers
but this should be great a quiet
western with guy shooting each
ther jand do one cares,".

Robert Wagner's turning kilter

SKirts, Jane l'oweli,' fche will pro-

uuce, not star,m uie recently an announced,
nounced, announced, ?TheGay S a i nt." ;
Someone askedVVera jyiiles on the
set of "The Wrkng Man' how she
and xhubby v tordon (Tarzan)
Scott were decating their, hew
home1. -:: V ; -, :
"In early jungle,", replied Vera.
Hear It Now: Debbie Reynolds
about printed reports that she

hopes to have. six. kids: "I never
said that! I agree -with that bne

about a woman laying she can-t

nave six cniiaren ;oruy aner sne
has one." . Ida Lupino's moth mother
er mother is opening a night club in Las
Vegas, ; Gregory Peck got the
green-light from his ex-wife and
will take their three childrea to
Tahiti this summer while he stars
in 5,'Typee.' Cameras roll in July.
. . Barbara Stanwyck explaining
why she's starting her fourth' film
of the year next month: "I feel
uncomfortable when I'm pot: work-

,,The production code' custodians

can get., ready for another row

about e movie featuring drug ad'

diction." Really the Blue," story
of jaxx clarinetist: Milt Meszrow's
battle with the marijuana .habit.

will be on the sound Stages soon,

'Walt Disney and his 'Disneyland!

partners are sinking smother $2,-

Prior

to receiving his present? assign

ment 'he was- assistant wurj-
Rtff V 0.3. t Headauarters,

Antlalr-cratt Mid Guided Missile

graduated -fr6m 'th' Universityjtli

bf Alabama with a Bacneior- 01

irts degree:; He Mtf;hWHe.

Bert ana tneir cnuaren; nwuim,
7, and, Janev 6,afe residing at

Quarry Heights, "iw akmx

PHOTOK

He nokited out that the payload

of the three-stage rocket will be

very small. The satellite Itsell will
be boosted into space by an 11-

ton combination of rockets, yet it

will weigh about 20 pounds.

Metscer said the launching sys

tem is the smallest this country

knows how to build at this time.'
The officer said that the idee
of launching such a scientific re research
search research vehicle was "repeatedly
proposed, studied end -elected"
prior 'to the White House go-a-htadltiat
was announced last

,He slid the value to pure science

wouia exceea we rami-rj' imyu imyu-rations
rations imyu-rations of the satellite. ;

It will be used to study sun and

itars .'cosmic rays. r solar rams

tton, the earth's magnetic field and
density of atoms ofjonj to inter inter-planetary
planetary inter-planetary space, ':,,.'s:..7;.t
The object" will be to launch the
satellite into an orbit 300 .miles

from earth. But because of expect-

nt (frron., it wiu CO arouna uie

earth in an eliptical orbit at dis distances
tances distances ranging to 200, to; 1,400;

miles. t j !'..; ,?
.:. '.. )

US Flier M$ets

Old French Pal v
Dies Unexpectedly

TOURLOUSE, France. May 31-

(UP)-f American-flier ef fortune
Lawretfte Bob Buol had only a
few hours of reminiscing with three
French pals of his Chinese prison

days before he died unexpectedly,

it was msclosed today. s

He had made a special trip from

his Stockton. Calif., home to meet

.the three Frenchmen for a huntinc

trip they, bad planned, during their

tonr years a Communist prison.
It was an. .emotieoat reunion, to

the wnaU Ulafl I KaDat-les-

Trois-SeieBetuis south of here. Btf

ol had received much ef the credit

for bringing about the Tclease Mrf

me uiree. ..".'
v Her irrrved Sunday.J,Thit. night

e tdbK a'btfth 'and collapsed in

Pakistani Premier
Postpones Trip

On Doc's Advice

KARACHI. Pakistan. May 31

UP) -r Prime Minister Moham-

mea au ioaay posiponea a scuea scuea-uled
uled scuea-uled trip to Red China Saturday
on doctors' advice. .-.

A government 'announcement

said Ali has been "indisposed"

since Monday night and under,
went a physical examination Tues

day. '; :' ,- ,.

Ali is known to have a heart

condition similar to president Ei-

said the Premier has been advised

to take' a "complete, rest" for the

next few, weeks. .

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House Painter
Steals $25,000
From Neighbor
J PLEASANTVILLE. N.J.J May 31

(UP House painter Elmer

Moy, 33, pleaded guilty yesterday

w a cnarge ot stealing an estimat estimated
ed estimated $25,000 from under a neighbor's
bed.-. ..' '

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v The neighbor, Mark M. Sony, 65,

operator of a gasoline station and
general store, said he and bis ft ft-nancee,
nancee, ft-nancee, Fannie Martin, 58, had
been saving the money so they
could buy a new house whensthey
get married. .

Stov said he took the money to

pay for an operation on his wife.

President Sukarno
Tours Grand Canyon
GRAND CANy6n, Arii.v May

31 (UP) Indonesian President

Sukarno donned a broad-brimmed
cowboy hat yesterday and Assum

ed the role of a sightseer as he
toured the rim of the Grand Can Canyon
yon Canyon and watchedHopl Indian;
dances,'.-. ', ..... ,!
i Obviously enjoying the relaxa relaxation
tion relaxation from the strenuous official
round to .which he has participat
ed since arriving in the U. S. two

weeks ago, the 54-year-old Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian leaden made the usual
tourist, visits to souvenir shops
nH nitnti a intiMil

'"' ... ' , ''' !i

He was accompanied by his 12-!

year-oia son, uuntur, and his
large official party,
Sukarno's .first public appear

ance of the day was at a series Boar.t. ;

of Hopi dances staged in front; of Sukarno aqd the-U: S.anibassa S.anibassa-his
his S.anibassa-his hotel. The, chief of the danc-dor to Indonesia'UJiih, Cim-

ers, alter ue pertormance,
sented Guntur with 'an In

headdress and made him an

orary member of the Hopi tribe., his party left fo-e-25-mik tour
He bestowed uport him the name alons the canyotr.rimi,d e r i n g
'Ko Ho Now,"- meaning "Big. which ithey. sioppnd -at .several
- V, iscenic lookout PfifttsJ fJ

e aanc-;aor io xnaonesiak-wign,'jr.i tim tim-e,
e, tim-e, pre-ming, posed 'for jphotos wifi the -s
d i a a Indians. '- ? f ;
an hon-l After the Indian, nances, he and

NOWON THE MOTIOPICTURE SCREEN

-DR3VE-IN-
JUNE 2 to JUNE 4 T

he tub'.' He Hied. Report said. bf
I heaYT attack. ' Sr"
Meanwhile, according to reports.

Buolrs wife arrived in France and

has 4eijvsnd,ed .an autopsy. Qffi-

Ciais JfcDSORieq ju,pu fUAJ?!,
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Plane Spots Man
On Ice Pack Where
Pilot Disappeared
COMOX, Bf C May 31 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The crew of a Comox-based Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster has spotted a man and a
tent on an ice nack in the Arctic
area where a Toronto bush pilot
disappeared 11 days ago aboard a
light plane.
The manvwas about 50 yards
from shore at the north end of
Southampton Island. 1,200 miles
northeast of Cape Welsford.
It was not established that the
man sighted, was C. C. Crosley,
whp disappeared while flying from
a secret DEW line site in th Arc Arctic
tic Arctic to Churchill, Man. '

jurjrp ahead!

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Maying fun and playing
ytiird, children constantly'
bun up inergy. ROYAL
GELATIN helps rtplaca it.
ROYAL GELATIN ft sirnplV.
to maka.w thrifty, too I
7 glorious

fresh fruit flavors I

end becoming i$ crooner is the, 000,000 into the Anaheim, Calif.,

year's most; drastic step-taking to
upbeat a career. The bobby-sox

Idol trades bnanners for mayhem
In "A Kiss. Before Dying" and is
recording the1; title song from the
film. Says Bob hopefully: "I may
hot be Elvi fressley, but some somehow
how somehow between slaying 'tra end
singing to 'ent, something differ different
ent different has te iappon to my career
from how. ori.' ;.. ..' ,.
, Nov That Censors have okayed

kiddie trap for more lands, rides

and a Skyway where you wuL.be
able to see all of Disney's private
Ft. Knox. . The Spencer Tracy
starrer, "The. Old Man and the
Sea', finally started on- location
in a small fishing village -outside
Havana. For a t i m e. there it
looked like Tracy wouun't, land
that big fish,, but Oil floured on
the troubled waters pud the' bait
back on Tracy's hook. rt 4

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"t SIDE BY SIDE These two rival political figures are" trying ff
out a bipartisan policy unique in politics.-. The -elephant is en f!
. route to Republican headquarters for use In the presidential ti
campaign. The donkey, traditional Democratic symbol, is also y
"headed' for a GOP home, making this air cargo strictly'a Re-j
- publican haul. Alberto Martin Artajo, foreign minister of J,
Spain is sending the donkey to President Eisenhower's grand- j

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ETRSDAY, MAT :i, is:i

.Sxcla( ancl Otli

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Graduation Dane
The Seniors of St Mary's Aca Academy
demy Academy will hold their Graduation
Dance aj the Strangers Club in Co Colon
lon Colon on Jfnne a starting at 9 p.m.

Guests are requested to present

(heir invitation cards, which are
dot transferable, on the evening of
the dance. ' .' ;
Panama: Gelf Cluk fleets
faw Committee" v
r The Panama Golf Club met to
elect nejir officers recently. Fol Folio
io Folio wine the meeting a buffet din dinner
ner dinner was; served to, those who at attended
tended attended and Jhelrwiyea, .

felrtfMUrf rarri'
Mr. EuwavMcrattl

Mr. ali""M Alfredo Aleman,

Jr., entYuc"wh a party at
their relitWif Coco del Mar
in bono If. Mw Xugene Mc-

MM

TwarpiR$

MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich.
tUP) A father and son, Donald

E. and Joseph L. McClellan, ap-

Eied for licenses to marry Helen
id Beverly Floyd, mother and
faughtei-.- ;
L PANAMA TO HONOR
pOLDWYN GIRLS IN
SALON BELLA YISTA :

Tomorrow night' regular

lance In the Salon Bella vista
Hotel El Panama will have as
guests of honor the celebrat celebrat-M
M celebrat-M ooldwva Girls who are on a

toodwill tour sponsored by Me

tro Goldwyo. Mayer ana Max
factor. The Goldwyn girls are
puzan Alexander, Jann Darlynn
tune Kirby and Madelyn Dar Dar-fow
fow Dar-fow who are accompanied by
(heir chaperon Mrs. Mildred
Balanter. This win be their only
Ippearance. lh public In Pana Panamas,
mas, Panamas, as the. rest of their visit
Ebe spent sight seeing, and
ixing around the swimming

. The musical trio of Spaniards

Los Cantabros" will give a spe special
cial special program in honor of the
famous beauties, and Clarence
liartin'sj o r ih e a t r a will play
iome oft the .music from their
hotion picture "Guys and Dolls."
rhere Will be no cover or mini mini-bum
bum mini-bum charge. ,Advt.
J:

Grath's friends were on hand to

Grath's birthday.

A large group of Mr. McGrath'i

firends were on hand to wish him

well.
Returns Per Summer Holidays

Misi Rita Dura'u has returned to
Panama from the Marjorie Web

ster College in Washington, D. C.

to spend the summer Vacations
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ge-

rardo Dursn of Bella vista. .
Change Of Address

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scribneri

iav moved to Caile 6a. Golf
Heights-where they will be at

home, to their friends. -Par
The -United States

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.' Stak-

house have left ior the United

States where they will take up per
manent residence.
Returns

The Mexican Ambassador and

Mrs. Rafael Fuentes have return
ed to Panama from a visit to Mex
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MAKEfRltHDS

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Adding new words to your vo

cabulary Is one way of making
your conversation more inter interesting.
esting. interesting. If you use words that say
exactly what you mean, to say

and say it colorfully you are sure

to be more impressive.

Dont always fall back on

vague general terms and on worn
out cliches.

DAI DA A TC I CDHDAMr

I' OPEN NOW

MON. WED. FRI. SAT '"-':
, Children:, 6 7 p.m. "Adults: 7:3d -10:00 p.nv
; Matinee on Sat., 2:00 4:00. p.m. -nr-i
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Refreshments and Sandwiches 60. Weekends -(

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ATTENTION

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Atlantic Side Residents

I, ijimh Community Station

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Panama's only all-English radio outlet wU

begin broadcasting the top radit
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programs wtucn are exireraeiy popular n

Panama Gty radio audiences on 1090 kil

cycles from the city of Colon?'

ATLANTIC SIDE RESIDENTS will soon be able enjoy:
. Len's "At I Set It"
. Sally's 'Spins And Needles"
-'Accurals upto4h minute news :
-feavt's "What's Your Favorite"
Music from Hotel El Panama :..
And many other entertaining and -Informative.
, programs 1 : . J V- ;i

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(Desianed C7c

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.Of-

tr ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Editor
. - j
. Women with dry skin, wrinkles

or a flaking problem may want to

use a iook at a new proauci oy
a well-known manufacturer.
It's a pink liquid cream design designed
ed designed to maintain moisture in the

skin. It can be used as a night

cream or be worn under make-up,

The maker explains that it also

contains fermented milk proteins
that are designed to keep the acid
balance of the skin surface intact
- -' '.- "i "'
When first" applied, the product
forms a white film on the skin.

The film disappears-when the

cream sinks in. It is designed to
leave no residue. Foundation, pow

der or other make-up then can be

applied over it.
The manufacturer has also in

cluded an antiseptic ingredient,
which is aimed at keeping out the
causes of blemishes and pimples.

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New pink liquid eream Is de de-ligned
ligned de-ligned to keep skin moist and
free from Bakinesa It was de de-tf
tf de-tf loped in France. '

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, 1Y KAY SHERWOOD
K NEA Staff Writer

Do you budget your house-keep

ing time as carefully as yon do

do your household finances?

Right now, especially, as seasonal

cleaning and home care tasks are

added to the usual routine, plan

ning your time helps, to complete

jobs ur an orderly, efficient -and
less fatiguing way.

, In a very real sense, time Is
money to the hememaker who
hires outside help. If yeu knew
about hew many windows yeu
can wash In an hour's time,
you've get a much clearer idee

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WHISTLER'S MA Mother's oft ber rocker-Jong enough to
'Idemonstrate the new "exercycle," developed In New Bamet,
I England. The gadget, Which consists of pedals and a graduated
brsWns w- am-srn, is designed for use by paralytics. The
i pMut-puktM !! c x be p H-formod from, the, edge., of. I bed.' or
,'M oo a table for a 1 exer. ' J -'i

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Frank SINATRA A: Debbfc REYNOLDS
"THE TENDER -TRAP".'
Friday A LAWLESS STREET" f

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Qal Quest
(Has (Duties

SY ALICIA HART
NEA leauty Editor
. 7
It oftentimes comes as t shock

to teen-agers that the parents of

their friends don't judge them as

liberally as the friends do.
A gal's friends may think she's
just peachy if her jokes are funny
and her conversation lively.. But
parents are probably going to be
unwilling to allow the. gal to visit

anoiner weexena u me nuuse 4 1$
a shambles after the first week weekend
end weekend visit. 4 :.

Vital aspects of personal charm

include how one treats someone

else's home. It may have a dif

ferent kind of furniture and the

meals may be at different hours,

but there is no excuse for cutting
feet on the tea, table or being late

to the meals. s.

Here are Vital pointers to keep

in mind before a visit for. a meal,

a night or a .weekened. t

When it is announced that din.

ner is almost reaay, inai s uie

time to wash hands, not later.
Don't come to -the table with dirty
hands. If you do it at home, you

shouldnt. :

Don't come to the table with cig

arettes. If the family makes a
habit of Smoking over coffee, then

cn eet them, otherwise, lorget n.

w.ch nut thu hathhih thoroushlv

after using it. Also use the towel

intended for vou and hang it up

nronerlv after use. Put. the bath

mit hark where Vou found it.

The washbowl should be washed
off, with soap and, water, if there
are toothpaste and dirt spatters o-

If the bathroom is the only one

in the house and you find a room
rimwiorant or a book of matches

there, follow the customs of the,
house and open 'the deodorant or
light a match and let it burn down,
extinguish, then throw it in the

witfohaxket.

Hake your bed unless you're
staying only one -night. In that
cas& ask the hostess if she would

likejyou to strip the bed.

DIABLO HTS.
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TAKE A KOCKET TRIP TO MARSI,
"CONQUEST OF SPACE"
frldv "SHOW BOAT"

GATUN
l:H.a.

Dennll O'KEEFE it ColMn GRAY
'LAS VEGAS SHAKED0WN'r
Friday 'THE SCARLET COAT".

MARGARITA
S:1S :H r "

. Rock HUDSON Yvonnt DI CARLO
. "SEA DEVILS"
S. Friday "THAT FORSYTE WOMAN"

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miTHRAt ,udy OLLlDAY ft Jack LIMMON
& : t "It Should Hpppen To You"
f v Friday "BENGAZr ''!
FARAISO r Joh Wayne, hi THE ANGEL AND THE BAD MAN

; SANTA CRUZ OHl SUSANNA" A "Ukt Flacld Serenade"
' CAMP BIERD f.li S:15 ,"LA "CORONA. NEGRA" ' i

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Another Sample Lot. of
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Will keep this SPECIAL for
another week. Beauty and
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Let the dock watch yea as an aid to more efficient and leas
fatbraing cleaning routines. Week's achednle, timed lav Swe Sweater
ater Sweater iwrlods, Is netdtored by as electric clock with an Interval;
JUwr.. ; u..: ; .' ..

of what it will cost yev te hire
someone te de It-for yeu. You'll
be better able te assign tasks to
make the meat ef. the time for

1 which you're paying.

In an effort to brine more' or

der-into our own household-routine.
I've been boning up on stu studies
dies studies made by home economics pro.

lessors. And I've been interview

ing consultants. My housekeeping

requirements are different from
yours and yours arent the same

as your neighbors. But here are
general tins that are serving as

useful guides to me:

First, analyze the, jobs to be

done. Think of them in terms of

light, moderately light and heavy

cleaning. .'Lilht housekeeping

tasks, according to the specialists,'
include: polishing silver.1 brass.

chrome, cleaning cooking utensils

and oven, delicate bric-a-brac,
lampshades', clocks.
Moderately light tasks are:

polishing furniture, vacuuming,
dusting, laundering of clothes and
ironing, polishing major applianc

es "and kitchen cabinets.

Heavy cleaning involves wash

ing walls, floors, windows; heavy
washing such as drapes, slip .cov .covers,
ers, .covers, blankets; washing and airing

upstairs closets, and cleaning in
unused areas of the house.
Second, set up a planning board

or chart for your time. One graph

ic way-to do this is to use a bul bulletin
letin bulletin board on which to post strips
of ; paper, each representing two
hours of your time. White slips

tor light cleaning, gray for moder

ate and black for, heavier and

harder work. V

Third, work 'out 1 a 'tentative
schedule for the week, pinning the
slips under a schedule for each

day. You may notice, as most of

us do. that you have a tendency

to schedule all lighfor all heavy

jobs at one tune.
A better plan is to provide a va

nation in the jobs you do each
day. If you spend two hours in the

morning .washing walls, change

over to polishing silver in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. . ;
If you want to keep two after

noons a week open for social or
community work, rearrange your
housework schedule. Don't worry
about taking longer to complete

the seasonal tasks.
Try to stick to the allotted time.

Use your timer on the kitchen

clock as a reminder, fnr namnl

if I'm going to wash windows from
9-11 a.m..: I aftKAmhlft materials at

1 9 and start in. t set the-timer fori

one hour,' then at 10 I set it to

duzi me at 10:45 to remind me to
Stop, clean un auDDliex and nut

thm lutio

ihere are always many inter-!

rupuons. nut you'tt be surprised
what a feeling of accomplishment
comes from knowing that anm

windows have been washed and

uemen

that the rest will be finished oft

schedule. v .-.

With a planned schedule to quid

me, there's less nagging pressure
to "keen after" the windows all

day until I'm ready, to drop in my

tracks any my temper grew.

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Select SChd
of hen Sit '":

BY ALICIA HART
NiA Beauty lditr
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Granted, many chairs of both

modern and traditional design are

aimcuit for sitting. They're bet
tcr for looking. . .,i

But there is still no excuse for

uopping au over a -chair or col
lapsing a mile dowa into it. ,.

The first responsibility of a worn

an who has a runaing battle be

tween chads and her form is to

scan a room for. a suitable chair

and make a decorous dash for it.

She should v also make a second
choice, in case someone else beats

her to the first.

Don't get cornered into a sling
chair if you have short legs. Thev

tend to shoot out into space When
you sit in one. Don't be forced in into
to into a morris chair if you are small
and can't hear or see when hid

den back in one. '
The next duty Js' to Sit up in the

chair.. Not bolt- upright, but up
and forward sufficiently so that
you don't feel the need of a der derrick
rick derrick to get out gain. Let your

good carriage support you u the
chair won't or .can't.

There are few rivals, for sitting

comfort, to a good side chair or

dining room chair. If one is very

thin and suffers discomfort on a

hard seat, find something more
padded. But most, women,' slightly
overweight, in the hips, find they

can breathe, converse and move

about with the most ease w a

well-designed straight chair,' .)

Where 10fl.0M feople Meet -'

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Today! Thursday, Miy 31, t.
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4:00-i-Fiftature Reylew -. " -4:30
Vbat's Your tavorlte (re
r quests taken by phonf
.jtiU3:00 ? i
5:30-T'News ; 1 t
5:35--What's Your T a y o 1 1 1
, (cont'd)

-J.O De sniiuuiiveu -

BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer);;:

Here's To Veterans i

6:45 Do It Yourself -
fKI Goon Show !' u
70 Nelson Eddy's penthouse

Party- '.

00 Elizabethan Theater n

30 Take It From Here V

00 Yo Asked For It (re

quests taken by phone
till 7;30) ) lv

10:30 Music From Hotel EI Pan

. ama

rtL Rmn m I 11 iiri-HinK

11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00-Sign Off. ;
Tomorrow, Friday June 1 v
AM. i
6:00 Sign On W Alarm Clock
- Club (requests taken
'by phone till 7:00) ;
7:30 Morning Salon Concert
8:16 Church In The wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille ;
9:00 News f
9:15 Sacred Heart- v -.
9:30-As I See It v. f
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N AX
(Cutex and odorono)

10:05 Spins end Needles (re
. quests taken by
'.'phone till :30); -r
ll:00-News -J .-1
11:09 Spins' And Needles
' (cont'd)
11:30 Meet The toterUiners?i rr
12:00 News -
12:30 Sweet And Hot 1
1:00 News -1:15
Music Of Manhattan n
l:30-r-Sons Of The Pioneers
l:454-Songs of Franca ''''
2:00 Tex Beneke show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show ; ''
2:30-The Virginians
3 ;00 Hank snow. And Hl
Rainbow Ranch Boys ;.
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
' ( quests taken by phone
f till 3:00 ..'
5:30 News' n
5:35 What's Your F a o t it e
(cont'd) - i'. ;, -r,
6:00 To be announced
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing party

w.tf m a mj v n n a w mviM
, CALE (Nescafe)
7:0O-Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 Nelson Eddy's Penthouse
Party
8:00 Music By Roth i
8:30 Short Story Theater i
9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-,
, (re-, quests taken by phone
' till 7:30) .
10:30-lCavalcadcOf America
ll:00-Jazs Till Midnight,;-.

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The Lovely GOLDWYN GIRLS will t2 GUESTS ol
- .. ;jQJjAOjlR-gHy in THE BELLA VISTA R0&M.
These lovelies who appear In 5am Ooldwyn's "Guys and Dolls" are visiting Pane
ma 2 days on their Latin American tour sponsoredby M-Q-M and Max Factor,
i Music for danclngjby CLARENCE MAftTIN'S ORCHSTRAV H
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SUNDAY'BRUNCK DANCE-l1i30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

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brunch menu.-.musio by
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Eric the Great to entertain

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democratic parties, richer in popu-
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r ruics dui poorer ui cut usu
seats, held hush-hash consultations
today on how to'bvercome 'a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous deadlock.

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'HOMELY' GIRL IS PROBABLY
PRETTIER THAN SHE THINKS
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At 15, she writes, she has faced
tha. fart that thara. isn't much she

can do about her looks" nose
that's too long, mousey-colored
hair nil fVM" Knw ahp. wants

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to know what girl who isa t
ffitnH.lnnkin? can lift to keen from

sitting on the sidelines jwhen the

! i i i F ct.hJ leIt r "SW W new city hall
is leaving'Ior a oUiesi(1tiA., ...m J

(vacation in June. While there, she ceiv.bly .break uo Premiep Anto-

plans to again attend p normal ni0 j., middle-roatf coaliUon
ihnn1 anH rnnvant ion nf the DSDCC .i ... ...r ...

M actar nf America: Inc. She Will

reopen her dancing school in the

.-, r 0ther kids her aee are navins tun

Tha oKnlo.' aVa an alKanaa with I .7 I

; xno ; mauer. wnai you mvw

Knights of Columbus Building- on

sept. ; .-; ...

' (CoBtioned en fate ))
Princess, Vivien ;:

IVcar Twlrr Hats:
UckUiiconcerntid

TiWnON. Miv si Vupi Prln-

cess Margaret and actress Vivian

Leigh have identical oats, out me
milliner said the Princess does not

mind. ;' ;" ;

1 PhntntrriDhs of the Princess and

the actress wearing the ; s a m e
tvnc.nf hat anDeared Ln a newsna:

pee. .The photographs were taken

tnree ween apart -y :;.,t.
. Mm Simmw' Klrmin. who

made the haU, said today if the
Princess Jikes a style she doesn't

mind who eise. wears u, -'
"Of course, we elways tell ljer,"
Mm. Mirm.n aalH .' ..

Ui 111.. Au au.u ..aw. ..... ...
. The hat. is- a "coolie"- style,
made of -stiffened white. organza
covered with navy .blue and land landed
ed landed with a ribbon. . ?

and-or force eeneral elections a

head of schedule. .'
Segni's Christian Democrats and
their Social Democratic and- Liber

al allies were officially jubilant o o-ver
ver o-ver the increase in their voU 'in

the undy Monday nationwide

local elections.

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But th fipt wis thev vht 'the

big vote at the wrong time.

They polled 5Z.B percent, or weu
above the magic figure of 50 per
pant nf tha voto which thev failed

to win tn the 19 general eiec

rtnni . j

it would have

tn trt with. Jean, there's a lot

you can do about your looks.

Vaii" ran. irnirimtnt with hair

styles Until you find the one that

is most becoming, you can, .oy
proper diet and exercise, make

the most of your figure ana your
complexion. -y.' f

Vnn rin udv color and stvles

to find out how to put clothes to

work for you.
You can make good grooming a
habit so that you always look
fresh kild shining clean. -.V
Than aftar itnintf all that, make

up your mind not to think about

your looks, j,v.,-. i:;.1

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in ism,, u wouia uavo given tk, na
1..m a Whlnli mainritv in nr. leailtV IS OlWy Skin Deep 3

liament Instead of the uneasy mar- - i ti tllink.

gin they got, ioaay,-wiin xna new 'wr. v j L
'JTZl v Zl'f'-...!. 'inB nf what vou can be and what

rcy.'raKiiitia wm m.ke you me

k. thaw .m.n'ri allies itikind of person others, like.

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MR. FBANKL1N B. CHASE, Scout Executive of Coihcll 801.", Boy. Scouts of America.
Troon S of Balboa at a nartv eiven for the troon and their Barents bv the C. Z."

Lodcre recently: .' .- i

,. adctressej

i na.;S

was not enough to avert a dead

lock in taiy's city naus.

RECEPTION AT BRITISH EMBASSY ; u
a-lefcraterihT birthday of EM. Eliiabeth II, this n
.Mention t the British Embassy, Those who attend attend-Td
Td attend-Td wnbHVoinitle Corp. accredited to Panama, their

and Mrs. Henoerson wi r

aniji"7 -v

kiawr Cavtwor Te' Be Honored

entettainv with a buffet supper at.

their apartmem in me pew, pew,-Apartments
Apartments pew,-Apartments tomomw evening in
honor of the new. .Governor, of tt6
Can! Zone, Major General Wife

liam B. Potter. tgjtt t,,. g i. -;
Chinese Ambasador Uaavti' "., j
The Chinese, Ambassador;-Dr..
Wangteh-Yu, left Panama, .yeitov;
day via U.S.A.. for Formosa.. Ac According
cording According to instucUonss .received
from Chinese Oovernment, Mr.
Hanyee C..H, tng First Secreta Secretary,
ry, Secretary, assumed, bis. duties as Charge
d' Affairs the saine day. 4,-
Mrs. boHlai Uva'lle :h
ninuf Part ' '! j .

Mrs. Pottie Lavelle Entertained
at hor linme in CUrundu Hieghts

Saturday evening with a dinner
for a group of ladies whose- hus

bands are among we menwers 01
iha Divan anrf anDninted officers

of Aboil Saad Shrine Temple. The
husbands were taking part iff the
Snrina ceremonial held at Ancon

Masonic, Temple;--" v-yT-

Those wno auenoea were mi.

Tornadoes JhoYlng,

Be the one In the erouo who is

tn nlan a nartv. take on a

job in an organization and do it

welt f intieut wnat your own spe special
cial special talents are, and use them.
Ttiinlr avail nf vnnrcalr inctaarl tit

I .I1II1B Tl .... W jwm.uw.k - -
join? around being apologetic or

crawling ini; a neu.

RumomW that.' while the nret-

ty girl finds that popularity comes

uciiuau uvciuiucuv "- '""'i-,ii- tnnr lasting,
firmly by the concordat, signed by rfMdanWrK.-
Adolf rliUef with the Vatican .- in .fwemrJ?fev

1953, Foreign Minister Heuirich
Ypn vBrentano said yesterday.

Brentano told the Bundestag
Hnvamr hmicp that tha sovernment

regards the concordat still in ef effect
fect effect The .Bonn government had

HiilerConcordalH

Willi Vatican Slill

Upheld In Germany

BONN," May St (UP)-The West W CZJVn

armirl envcrnmpnt Still stands .u ...wn-

CHICAGO UP- Tornadoes
are on the increase and some of
the worst tornado weeks are Still

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1UCMU IVIt. WUW. -t a I'-

- Weather- forecasters. iaidl3, The chief question in dispute is
was expected to have a bad tor-; the continued existence of Catho Catho-hado
hado Catho-hado record. They explained that jic schools in Protestant areas

asked the Fderaf Supreme Court

it tUl valid.

aiaa.tha-nrittlt ffirl ririn't al

ways get, the best husbands.. Look
around you. at the plain women
who have fine husbands and happy
marriaopi and remember- that

they were once plain girls .who

dion V let a lacs oi Deauiy -uis-courage
them from making the

most, or war. vomer assets.,, j,,

Potentate. MrsBlodwcn Turbyfill,

Mrs. uorotny. tverson,, mil., nna ; -'rtinn nf th,
Georgia Howard, MrS.M axiae Wf.--nWrvatlnn and re

ainre 1950 the mountintf rate of

twisters has been spectacular. i
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fcince moo, wnen me annum
average was about -150, here is
what's been happening: 300 torna tornadoes
does tornadoes in 1951, a drop to 270 in 1952,'
a total of 532 in 1953, 690 In 1954
and an all-time high of 807 in 1955.

Weathermen were quicx xo ex-

ine

whiph was vnirantppri hv the con

cordat. The predominantly Protes-
. i ... a-a I

tani- Slate oi L-ower saxony nas
declared the provisions no longer
apply for it to support Catholic
schools.

Carpenter, and Mrs..; Lynn Bad

ders. .-.- v-y
Sbciatv Of VAmarican i i 6e.

Military Eninra v;i t

Canat Zone. Post ... : :
The Canal Zone Post, Society of
American Military Engineers will
hnlH ita Jiinp mep.tini? on AlondSV

evening, June 4, at the Albrrok

Officers' Uub, AJDrooc;Air xorce
Base. There will be a social hour
at p.m followe by '- dinner at
6:45 p.m. Major Collins,, Of

fice of the engineer, u. Army

canDDean, wui Teview w-ncuyi-ties-of
the Engineer, USARCARIB.
Fnilnwins this review, an tasoec-

a . a.

linn tnnr will M mane OI ue aD-

gineer Reproduction Plant at Co Co-rnr.al
rnr.al Co-rnr.al Reservations niav be made

Kwith Captain L. W. Norton, 85-2233

or Colonel n. urowaer, paiooa
2323. ::"v:-X..-ri'::

Oorvse Waltes Closes

Dancing School For Summer

ly to better, observation, and re

porting ;. . ; ,. ,.

Altnougn an. extremely oau year
so far, the worst, is yet to come,
according to windstornf Insurance
experts for the Kemper Insurance

group. Insurance .records ; Show

May ana June to -d me most
Ktni'i, tnrmrfn mnntl.l yiU (..,

; Nature produces ome terrifying
istorms, ut" tornadoes "atr- the

mnet vtpimis ano jcan occur anv

time and any place in the country: I
Fortv-fiv states reported twisters'

in- vol: -"'fv 5 ; f'a

George H. rauids, wno nas re-.;

viewed hundreds or urnaoo tosses
for American Manufacturers Mu Mutual
tual Mutual Insurance Company said
. a . &.4-aai

that now you iar in a .wu .wu-depends
depends .wu-depends on the eeriiy-of the
storm, how quickly you find shel shelter
ter shelter and just plain luck, s 1
1 "Safest place during a tornado
is 'a storm cellar or cyclone cellar,
hut if vnn rinn't hava on, head

for your 1 basement," Faulds ad-

i.a4 "nm thn storms eenerallv

iwa.a waSta i SphnnI nf mnvp from a southwesterly direc-

Frances Russell whose husband isMrs. Waites, accompanied by her

&n Qf ; 3(ancls, KaiL
Vital iiniig lllaturity

AUB aVUlCSO tivuwa oa. aaau.v -j -
nanrinir will be closed during the' tion, crouch along the wall in the

,l t ..t.. luniiif cmithnrpst "nrner :i

monuis ok uiw, ""'.'" 'T:," th. m,nt mM

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mii nf th par ana fliva tor a alien

or a depression.",

AERIAL DETECTION
BATTLE CREEK. Mich. OTP)

! When his father's ; car was
stolen, Robert Underhill, a used

car salesman, went up m a dot dot-a
a dot-a nlan with a nilot friend.

Thav pirplt over the citv for

I half an hour and finally spotted

the auto. ,.:.. y

. I -IT- ALICIA HART.
!, NEA Beauty Editor
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CAlRE of the hands and nails be becomes
comes becomes increasingly important as a
woman grows older. This is be be-tausi
tausi be-tausi the natural drying processs
that (goes on brthi body goes on
''in the hands, too, and- hands can
: look needlessly 'wrinkled and old
; if not cared for correctly. -The
first requirement Is th e
' selection of a satisfactory hand
cream. It may be a ailicone ailicone-J
J ailicone-J baseq one that gradually builds a
V layef. of protection on the hands
f against soap or detergents. It
; may be a softening one to be
' used after housework .or it may
' be a thick, semisolid one that
" xirlrl intn thp skin SlnWlV. "

f The cream, o whichever varie-

) ty, should De usea laiiniuuy, oom
in the day and before bedtime.
1 The next duty to one's hands Is

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rattular i anil pamful manicurintf.

iThia -ran he done nrofesionallv.

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or at nome. oui u snouia uiciuac
cleaning, work on the cuticles, a
soak, in oil or soap and water,'
trimming and filing. Polish, is an.

optional Item; JUUl many maiiuc
wnmen find that a food coat Of

polish protects brittle nafl ends

mat tend to cnip.

A mature woman snouia seiect
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: Fingers discolored by cigarettes
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TTit'IvSDAT, MAT 31,
Mantlets : Slugging Making Eimaway Of A
pjf'""i
liiace
Kma Races To Popular Win
Majors Smash
Day
In Memorial Day
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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Drives

f 4GE TEN

Miclteyi Tremendous

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Handicap

Spark Yankees
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To Wins,

: ; By JOHN GRIFFIN
?' NEW YORK, May 31 (UP) The American
Leipie-pnnant race now has become as a big 'a
runaway as last year's" National League chase,
thankt .4o Ihe fantastic Mugging power of Mickey
Mantle, r

The Oklahoma strong boy
crashed tremendous home run
In each game ot the Memorial
Day'douBleheader to lead the
rw York Yahkees to 4-3 and
12-5 wlns-ver Washington
boosting .thelr AX. lead to six
full games over the Chicago
White Sox, the new second-place
tenants. n
i. mtrt.lv the;
iTlri 's
marlhTTifloVwi at this holiday
miipnton last year by the
BrooTTjTDodgers as they made
a shambles of the NX. race.
If Vto?rial Day goes down in
VnsphJl history as the day the
vanfpM seized command, Man-
tie i list he the man who did It.
His (two vhomert not only were
the oeawung dwws n e"i
but they put him 11 full games
aheaiif Babe Ruth's pace In
his tecord-xaiomer year.
Ilfe "bargain, Mantle did
something even Rath .never
, d d before in Yankee Stadhim,
' "the house" that Ruth built."
hi flfth-lnnlnsr three run
'homer that decided the first
gam$ was -the first in history to
strike the latticework hanging
from,' the roof of the Stadium in
right field. No fair ball ever has
been hit out of the stadium, but
Mantle's drive missed clearing
the roof by only two feet.
"It was the hardest ball I ever
hit left-handed," 1 admitted the
muscular switch-hitter.
Mantle's 20th. homer, putting
him one-third of the way to
Ruth's mark, traveled 440 feet
deep Into the right-center
bleachers in the fifth inning of
the nightcap to break a 3-3 tie,
and from there the Yankees
went on to finish a 13-hit as assault
sault assault that Included two homers
by Hank Bauer and one by Ed Eddie
die Eddie Robinson. : i '1
The White Sox moved ahead
of the Indian by beating them
twe, 4-3, and 9-8, in ., a lay
' homer doubleheader that taw
two homers each by Vlo Werta
Fort Amador
1 1
Club Uia

To Begin This Satu

The 1956-Fort Amador Handicap,

Club Championship Golf Tourna- rial, starting time yiil be 1300R,
mend will begin June 2. This tour each Sunday, i
nament willSe limited to all malei The winner of eadi match will
club Vembers -entitled to privileg-be responsible for entering re re-es
es re-es of the Fort Amador Golf Club. suits of each match Oi the official

and f0sspwfc current handicap.
AlljnTOtdwai handicap caras
wereT4iuifiOn May 271 These
handLj&StCbe used throughout
'the twikiuWt
Thljytn-itaasent Schedule will
fjulr' i-June 10 incl. Qualif
June 18-June IT incl. 1st
DnnnH. All Fliehts.
June 18-June 24 incl. 2nd
Vntinri. All Fliehts.
June 25 July 1 incl. Semi Fi
nal Match all fllffhts.
Julv 2-July 8 incL Final
tllA 11 fliuhl
July-a.m. Club Champion
Onacter Final Match
Julyv 14-p.nu. Club Champion
S.mf Final Match
- July 15-p.m. Club cnampion
Final Match.
All play during the 18 holes qua qualifying
lifying qualifying round-will be medal play
with full handicap aliowantje up to
and including handicaps of 24.
Players with handicaps of over 24
. will play with a handicap allow-
ance of 24.
On June It the participants will
be arranged in flights or w piay piay-r
r piay-r each, on basil of Qualification
scores. In event of ties for 16th
place, the tournament committee
win draw the player (s) name
from a hat, the player (s) not
drawn will be placed in-tne nexi:
lnwer flight.
There will be. as many flights
as there are players divisible by
18, vacancies will be filled by
byes. It is anticipated there will
: be 8 flights. --M-'On
Sunday, May 27, at 1700r, of official
ficial official handicaps were determined
; and nosted on the Club bulletin
board. These handicaps will be
' .used throughout the tournament.
-All play in flights will be match
play with handicap allowance.
If there is a tie in match play
rounds contestants will, by mu-
tual agreement, play off the tie
bv a sudden death play-off, play
- 9 hples, or a full eighteen holes
, in any case giving strokes where
thev fall on the card. If there is
no agreement reached,, a full 18
boles will be required
The "date and starting time of
matches .wUf be by mutual aree-
ment between contestants. If there

6-Game Lead

and Preston Ward ef the In In-d'ans
d'ans In-d'ans and Less Moss of Chi-.
' cage. The Indians bowed in
the nightcap only after scor scoring
ing scoring six rang in the last of the
ninth.
The other two AX. twin bills
also resulted in clean sweeps.
The Baltimore Orioles nipped
th Boston Red Sox. 2-1 and 5-4.
each time on a last-of-the-hlnth
run. dud ixieiimii skikicu uumc
the firstgame winner and Bob
Hale did the same in the sec
ond. Detroit drubbed Kansas Ci-i
... ', , v,.. -m.
V, ii-o, "".-s
as nltcner
a six-hitter and drove in five
runs, and won the second, 5-1,
on Virgil Trucks three- hitter.
Cincinnati scored the only
N.L. sweep and thus took sec second
ond second place from St. Louis by
four, percentage points. Ray
Jablonski'a three-run homer -made
Johnny Kllppsteln a 8-3
winner over the Cards in the
first, and a six-run thlrd-ln-n'ng
rave the Redlegs the sec sec-"
" sec-" ond, 6-5, in a game held to
seven innings by rain.
A wild twin bill at Chicago
saw the Cubs beat Milwaukee,
10-9. in the first game, which
included a fight between Russ
Meyer of Chicago and Bill Bru
ton of the Braves,, before the
Braves took the second, 11-9.
Bobby Thomson of the Braves
walloped four of the 15 homers
in the twin bill and drove in
seven runs.
Brooklyn Scored six An the
sixth to beat Philadelphia. 8-5,
in the opener, topping i Robin
Rnherts. hut the Phillies smasn
ed 14 hits to win the second. 12-
3. Stan Lopata of the Phils hom-
ererf In each.: "."it
But the New York Giants and
Pittsburgh Pirates worked hard-
est on the holiday a total oi za
inninf sJ'The Pirates won the 10-
lnnuiROpener,: S-4, ,whn Dale
Long r tripled home me winning
run to break a streak of io hitr
is no mutual agreement, the bffi
score sheet, i v. ;
Trophies wiu be awtrded to the
flight winner and rumer.up Con
lesianis ana tor me nnal cham-,
pion ana runner-up.
There will be an enty fee of $1
per contestant. The "lub will
match the total of tit entrance
fees for the purchase! of prizes.
Prizes will be present! at 1800R
following final era mpionship
round, t -.
There will be a mxed tour tournament
nament tournament scheduled to pneeed the
final 'Matches on July t.
Rules for 18 Holes Qualifying
nouna are as follows:
a. The one round of 18holes will
be played during the priod 2-10
June incl. -,
b. Until a member hfe slaved
his one round, No Practie will be
allowed on the course expt suchJ
pracuce area as aesignatd by the
Club By-laws. This is ntant to
include practice on 1 r more
boles of the course. Penalv Is dis
qualification. I
c. A qualifying round lust be
started and completed on be same
day. Penalty disqualacation
The only exception will be
(1) If the course is declaed un
playable by Sfc. Goodman and-or
it is impossible to complex the
round. In this event the "entire
round will be re-played on day
when the course is declared play'
aoie,. !::;
(2) If a member is calledaway
aue to an emergency, nines, or
urgent business. In this evet the
entire round will be re-playd at
the members convenience but
during qualification dates. j j-:
: j-: d. Play fw qualification lund
will be in twosomes, threesotes,
or foursomes, however, all am ambers
bers ambers of the group need no beiua beiua-lifying
lifying beiua-lifying for the tournament. 1
e. Each oarticioant Vill b re
sponsible for posting the resuk of
tne qualifying round on the tur.
nament sheet and for placinghis
score card in the Tournament bx.
Score cards must contain n e
named of the qualifyer, the scaer,
and the attestor.
The final decision on infracting

Handicap

mpionship Set

"day

all, or Questions of rules will be mdeilmon. mdians

by Robert Lombroia and the Ur-
nament chairman.

;

NEW YORK. May 31 (UP)

big-league baseball saiutea Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Day, 1958, with the great greatest
est greatest home run barrage In histo
ry.;' ; :. ; .;:
Twenty-six homer were hit In
the National League and 24 in
the American for a grand total
of 50 setting two records and
tying another tor nomer pro production
duction production on a single day. :
The NX. fieure topped the old
league record of 25, set on July
16, 1950. The AX. total equalled
the old league record of 24 set
on July 30, 1950, and the grand
total erased the old mark of 40
for both leagues, set on Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Day. 195a
Bobby Thomson of the Mil
waukee Braves was the big slug
ger of the day with four hom
ers in a twin bill against the
Cubs, but there were nine other
olayers who hit two each
af-'n Tnt. Af th. Phlllle. Hank
Aaron of the Braves, Ed Mat
hews of the Braves, Mickey
MantU of the Yankees, Hank
Bauer of the Yankees, vie
Werta of the Indians, Preston
Ward of the Indians, Less Moss
of the White Sox, and Harry
Simpson of the Athletics.
, The Braves look team honors
with nine. The Indians were
tops in the American League
withjeven.
Other marchers in, the "homer
parade," with one circuit clout
each, were:
Del Ennis, Phillies; Pee Wee
Reese and Duke Snider, Dodg
ers; Lee walls, Pirates; Ed Bai
ley and Ray jablonski, Reaiegs;
Bill Sarnl, Ken Boyer, and Hank
Sauer. Cardinals; Gene Baker.
Turk Lown, Hoble Landrith, Dee
Fondy, Harry Chitl, and Ernie
Banks, Cubs; Joe Adcock, Braves;
Ed Robinson, Yankees; Harmon
Killebrew. Senators: Gus man
dos, OrioleS; Dick Gernert, Red
Sox? Sherman Lollar, White
Sox; Al Smith. Chico Carras-
quel, and Rocky Colavito, In
dians; Charley Maxwell, Al Ka
line, and Frank House, Tigers
and Bill Renna, Athletics.
less at-bats for him, and the
Giants took the 15-lnning sec
ond, 5-3, on Al Dark's two-run
double.
' YESTERDAY'S STAR
Bobby Thomson of the Braves,
with four homers, two singles,
and seven runsbatted-in a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Chicago.
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS
"(Based on 100 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club g ah r h pet
Long, Pitts. 37 144 28 55 .382
I Boyer, St. If38 152 30 58 J68
Aaron, Mil. ; 28 108 22 38 .352
1 Moon, St. Louis 38 132 28 45 .341
wans, mw. 3 tut n so .m
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, N. Y;
Maxwell, Det.
Kuenn, Det.'
fil 1.3 i SS 7S
30 104 24 39 .375
39 161 23 56 .348
Berra, n. r.
34 129 24 44 J41
Lollar, Chicago 31 100 14 3J .330
HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yanks
20
14
14
12
12
Long, Pirates
Post, Redlegs
Berra, Yankees
Boyer, cards
a.a"
(lsa.
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle,. -Yanks
Long, pirates
50
39
39
35
33
33
Boyer, earns
Berra, Yanks ...........
Sievers, Senators .......
Musial, Cardinals
RUNS
Mantle, Yanks
Bauer, Yanks
Lopez, Athletics iv..i
Sievers, Senators
Yost, Senators . . . .
MacDougald, Yanks
45
34
30
30
30
30
Mantle, Yanks ...w.'.... 65
Kuenn, Tigers .......... 56
Boyer, Cards ............ 55
Long, pirates . . .... . 54
Goodman, Red, Sox ...... 49.
" PITCHING
(Based on 8 Decisions)
W
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7
L Pet
Lawrence, Redlegs
0 1.000
1 .875
I .857
1 .857
iVnrrl Yanlct
Brewer, Red Sox
6

iFriend, Pirates 8 2 .800

Pat Flaherty May Get
Record Payoff For Will
In 500 Mile Classic i

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 31
(UP) Freckle-faced, reo-
halred "Pat Flaherty, racing's
real-life "Huck Finn," gets a
story-book payoff tonight for
shaking off two crashes with
the Speedway wall in the past
to win the 40th Annual 500 Mile
Classic at' a speed of 128.490
miles per hour, v
Flaherty, a stx-ioot. isa-pound
Chicago tavern owner, paced the
Speedway's fastest neid in his history
tory history for the last 125 laps to earn
a guaranteed purse of $39,200.
But because ine iracx usuauy
throws addlltonal money into
the prize fund, the victor, who
was driving in his fifth Speed Speedway
way Speedway chases probably will get a
larger check at the payoff din dinner
ner dinner tonight than the previous
high total, $78,138 paid to Bob
Swelkert last year.
Flaherty got a break in win winning,
ning, winning, too. While he was en his
safety lap, the extra tonr ran
by each car to insure covering
the full distance, his throttle
linkage broke and fell off the
car as he headed into the win winner's
ner's winner's enclosure.
Had it happened on the pre-.
vious lap, he would have been
unable to maintain speed, and
probably Sam Hanks, pacific
Palisades, Calif., who finished
oniy 2i seconas behind, would
nave beaten him.
Flaherty became the sixth
pole winner to win the race.
duplicating a feat performed in
the past by Jimmy Murphy,
Tommy Milton,- Billy Arnold,
Floyd Roberts and Bill Vukovich.
But when Flaherty won the pole,
he did it' with a record speed
too, 146.058 miles per hour for
one lap and 145.596 for four.
The yellow caution lhrht was
on 10 times, forcing the field to
slow to a 75-mile per hour pace,
due to 11 plleupa involving 13
carsAltogether the yellow light
was on for one hour. 15 minutes.
15 seconds.' ' : t
Until Paul Russo. an earlv
leader in a super-powered Novl,
crashed into the wall after 22
laps, the field had a record pace
ui mues per nour, com
parea to Jacx McGrath's 1954
record of 138.842.
But then, while track men itiii
were clearing Russo's car, vehi
cles unven oy sam Hanics,
Keith Andrews. Trov Rutmnn
and Johnny Thomson tangled in
uib same turn. Beiore the field
wen eigni japs, the average
speed had slumped to 118 miles
per nour. Ail chance for a ree
ord thereafter from the fti-f
neia in speeaway history which
qualified at 142.507 miles per
hour glimmered away.
nanerty's winning speed was
128.490 mllea per, hour, com com-pared
pared com-pared to the record of 130.140
by Bill Vukovich in 1954.
Hanks, a veteran from Pacific
Palisades, Calif., driving in the
race for the 11th time, came up
from 13th place to finish second
Only 21 seconds behind Flaher
ty. Don Freeland, Los Angeles.
calif., was third, and Johnny
rarsons, tne 1950 winner from
Vtn N"y. Calif., fourth.

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Only two of the drivers ln

volved in the crack-ups were
hurt Tony Bettenhausenv Tin Tin-ley
ley Tin-ley park, HI., suffered a shoul shoulder
der shoulder injury when he hit the wall
on the south straightaway and
spun into the infield. Jimmy
Daywalt, Indianapolis, suffered
head and arm injuries, suffered
tu'red lee and friction burns
when he hit the wall on tne
southeast turn. -
either ilrivera involved in Be
cldents wete Ray Crawford, Al
Herman, Freeland, Andrews for
a second time, jimmy Bryan
defending champion Bob Sweick-
ert ana dick Kainman. k a. Mi-
man got into another accident
after Flaherty had won when
he spun on the back stretch for
the I2tn pueup oi uie aay. ne
was hospitalized but reports said
he was not hurt senousiy.
Flaherty stayed slightly off
the Dace of the front-runners,
Jim Rathman, Pat O'Connor,
and Russo early In the grind. He
led at 40 and 41 laps. He yielded
to the pressure from behind and
made hi iirst on stop. lor as
seconds, after 53 laps. He went
back in the lead on the 76th lap
and thoueh he made another
nit ston for 42 seconds after 133
laps, nobody could catch him
thereafter. ;.."V
Dick Rathman, Trenton, N J.,
finished fifth, Swelkert, In In-d'anapolis,
d'anapolis, In-d'anapolis, sixth and then
Rodger Ward, Los Angeles;
lob Vefth, Oakland., Calif.;
Jimmy Reece, Oklahoma City,
Okla., and Cliff Griffith, In- j
dianapolia.
' Flaherty earned $19,200 In lap
prize money for leading the
field on 128 of the 200 laps as
well a$ guaranteed first money
of $20,000. In the recent past the
speedway has increased 'the
prize money, and last year
Swelkert received a total of $76. $76.-138.
138. $76.-138. Flaherty won more laps
than Swelkert and hence could
exceed that total
T Hocp League
Army Atlantic nosed out Coco
Solo Naval Station in Tuesday
game at the Cristobal Armed
Services YMCA-USO by a close
60-58 score.
The two' teams were e v e n 1 y
matched with neither at any time
able to s e c u r e a comfortable
lead. Score at half time was Ar
my 33 Navy 32. ,t
This ties the two teams for
league leadership with one -loss
each. Close behind the leaders are
the Coco Solo Marines and JWTC
with two losses each. It appears
to be anybody's championship
erom nere on in.- .
A crucial game will be played
Thursday night when the Marines
meet JWTC in a game which will
decide second for the time being
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Arrives -Cristobal
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June 11
.June 1
.June It

Veteran owner-trainer Isaac Gus Gus-tines
tines Gus-tines had another happy afternoon
at the Juan Franco oval yester.
day afternoon when his highly rat rated
ed rated Argentine bred chestnut horse
King raced to a handy one length
victory in the $600 six-and-one-half
furlong Memorial Day Handicap.
King, which went off a slight
mutuels favorite over Hurling
Park, xeturned $4 60 per win tick ticket.
et. ticket. He coupled with longshot Ma Maria
ria Maria Stuardo for a one-two combina combination
tion combination that returned $64.80.

Jockey Alfredo Vasques got King
off on too but due to lack of ear
ly speed, the five-year-old chest
nut son of KUlarney-vanmad was
already among the trailers turn
ing into the backstretch.
Three furlongs out King nit ms
best stride and rushed by his op
ponents as though they were
standing still. He was already on
top when the field straightened
out for the homestretch then held
Maria Stuardo safe when the lat
ter came up from the ruck for a
formidable stretch drive.
Hurling Park, which had set the
oace all the way to the home
stretch with Grey Juan alongside,
held on to save show money while
Grey Juan faded, Cachafaz, Grey
Juan, Melendez, Albatross a n d
Pappa Flynn trailed the leaders in
that order.
The time for the distance was
1:26 3-5 over a very slow track,
The moonshooters had a field
day at five outsiders registered.
Greco led the parade with a $46
payoff in the sixth race The only
rider to score more than once was
green apprentice Gabriel Montero
who scored aboard null f lea ana
Moon Beam. -The
dividends; v-
f FIRST RACE
1 Dlstlngo $12.80, 3 60, 3.20.
2 Money Maker $2.80, 2.60.
3 Sinn Feiner $2.80. 1
SECOND RACE
1 Amat $13.20, 6.60, 2.80.
2 Love's Girdle $5.20, 3.20.
3 Newbrlghton $4.20.
First Double: $93.80
" THIRD RACE
1 Bull Flea ill. 4.40. 4.
2 Moonshiner $3.60, 3.40.
3 Enrlqueta $3.40.
One-Two: $!i
FOURTH RACE
1- Avispa $3.60. 2.60, 2.40.
2 Lady Dancer $4.20. 2.60. :
3 Volador $4.
. Qniniela: $12.49
FIFTH RACE
1-Tanara $2 60, 2.60. :
2 Bagdad $3.
SIXTH RACE 1
1 Greco $46, 860, 10 20.
2 Reflector $5.40, 3.60.
3 Jaqulmazo $2.80.
- SEVENTH RACE
1 Xlttle Fool $6, 3, 2.40.
2 Danielo $2.60. 2.20.
3 Gay Spot $2.20.
Second Doable: $140.20.
' EIGHTH RACE
1 Moon Beam $23.60, 7.60, 2 40.
2 Febrero II $3,' 2.20.
3 Don Cuto $2.20.
-. Quiniela: $25.20
NINTH RACE'
1 King $4.60, 3.20, 2.20. 1
2 Maria Stuardo $7.20, 180. '
3 HurUng Park $2.40.
One-Two $64.80. .
TENTH RACE
1 Lucky Test $3.20, 2.20, 2.20.
2 Andes $2.60, 2.20.
3 Charlie McCarthy $2 60.
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Maruja $8. 2.80, 2.20.
2 Arpegio $2.60, 2 20.
3 Dawn Song $3.20.
Schoolboy
Sports
PARAISO AND RAIBOW CITY
HIGH SCHOOLS IN SOCCER
OPSNER TOMORROW
Paraiso and Rainbow City High
Schools will assemble on the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso sward this Friday afternoon
in the initial encounter of this
school year athletic program when
they tangle in a soccer game,
wmcn will get underway at 2 o
clock. The Pacifie aiders are de defending
fending defending champions, having snnex-
eo uie. title last year. ;
The tussle, for which both ag
gregations have been drilling stre strenuously,
nuously, strenuously, has been the current to topic
pic topic since the opening day of school
this year, and soccer fans may
anticipate keen rivalry in view
of the strength of both teams.
Several students, who have
graduated, will be absent from the
squads, but will not be missed
as their vacancies have been filled
by some new, but sturdy perform-
ers, who have come around nicely
within the past three weeks.
A record turnout of student fans
is expected at the opener.

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I!21!:heI Lesiii
Teams
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
St Louis
Pittsburgh
Brooklyn i
2'2
6U
New York
Philadelphia
9
Chicago
TODAY'S GAMES K
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)
Milwaukee at Chicago -New
York-at Pittsburgh
Only game scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'
(First Game)
Milwaukee 301 004 001 9 16
Chicago t : 321 004 OOx 10 12
- Buhl, Murff.' Johnsofi, Jolly
(2-1), Sleater and Rice, Cran
; Meyer, Lown, Davis, Valentin-
etti, Brosman (1-3) and Laa
Mtlu..-:,;,,.V.,;:;:.W::,?:;-.
(Second Gone) ( " -ri
Milwaukee 010 104 500-11 13
Chicago- 010 300 131- 9 13
Crone (4-1),
and CrandalL
Buhl,
Johnson
-Hughes,
Hacker (0-5), Jones,
Davis and Chlti.
(First Game)
New York 000 004 000 04-4 8 1
Pittsburgh 00 000 100 1-4-5 13 0
Antonelll, Rldzik, Grissom,
Wilhelm, Gomez, McCalL (1-2)
and Katt, westrum.
Law. Arroyo,
Face (3-1) and
Foiles, Shepard.
(Second Game)
N Y. 002 001 000 000 0025 10 0
Pitts. 000 102 000 000 000-3 12 5
Liddle. Wilhelm, Antdnelli (4-1
3) and Katt.
Peooer. Arroyo. King. Munger.
Face, Law (2-4) ana rones, snep snep-ard.
ard. snep-ard. -
(First Game) 1
Brooklyn 000 006 0008 10 0
Philadelphia 010 210 100-4 9 0
Maglie, Bessent, Roebuck (1-
1), Labine and- Campanella,
Roberts (5-5), Meyer. R. Mil
ler and Lopata.
(Second Game) ''
Brooklyn 003 000 000 3 8 2
PhUadel. 403 500 OOx 12 14 0
Drysdale (2-2), Roebuck, Leh
man. Koufax, Templeton and
Walker.'
Rogovin (1-2) and Seminlck.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 110 001 0306 10 II
St. Louis 110 000 0103 8 II
Kllppsteln (4-2) and Bailey.
Dickson (2-4) and Sarnl.
(Second Game?
Cincinnati 006 000 0-4 7 0
St Louis 000 104 0 5 8 1
LaPalme (2-1),
Fr e e m a n,
Black and Burgess.
Llttlefield (0-2), Surkont, Jack
son, coiium, McDaniei ana
Smith.
(Called on account of rain).

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. .22 16 .579 ; 1
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Kansas City
- TODAY'S GAMES
. Boston at Baltimore
Washington at New York
Only games scheduled-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Boston nnn nnn mni a
O.Baltimore OlO 000 oni'2 a
Delock, Sisler (2-2) and Whit,
Moore (4-3) and Trlandos.
(Second Game) S
Boston 201 000 0104 7 ,S
Baltimore 000 004 0015 6 1
Susce, Hurd, Kiely (0-1) aad
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! Brown, Fornieles, Ferrarest,
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Kansas City 000 000 120 3 I 0
Foytack (4-2) and House.
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New York
Chicago
Cleveland

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Washington 010 000 2003 8 10

New York 000 031 OOx 4 T ft
Ramos (3-2), Stewart and Ber-
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Kucks (6-2), Morgan and Ber-
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Washington 011 100 0205 S 6
New York n 120 015 03x 12 10 0
Pascual (2-6), Stewart, Clev-
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Turley n-2),' Sturdivant and
Berra,
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Chicago i 001 030 002 7 0
Cleveland 010 000 1103 10 2
- Pierce (8-2), Wilson, Howell
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Houtteman (0-1), Mossi, Nar Nar-leski,
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Naragon. ...
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Chicago 110 031 030 13 1
Cleveland : 000 002 006-8 11 0 1
Staley (1-0), Harshman How Howell,
ell, Howell, Consuegra and Moss.
Garcia (3-6), Mossi,. McLish,
Daley and Naragon., ,::

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NEW ORLEANS. May SI TUP)

Speedy Willie Pastrana looked

more like a contender today lor
the vacant heavyweight crown

alter glvine Chuck spleser sH

bloody boxing lesson for a 10-

round split decision last night.

Spleser, the third ranked
13iht heavyweight, climbed on onto
to onto the Fastrano band wagon
saying, "he should g a long
ways." The f'ght was televised
nationally.

Both ludees saw th fizht as

a relatively easy victory for the
20-year-ola Pastrano of New Or Or-leans,
leans, Or-leans, but referee Francis Kers Kers-cheval
cheval Kers-cheval disagreed,-to ths loud

dismay of the partisan crowd

He scored it a 6-4 win for the

Michigan State graduate and

former Olympic boxer.
Judge Ed Wolfe marked It -2
for Pastrano while judge
Pete G'arruso saw it was Pas Pastrano
trano Pastrano 7-1 with two even. The
VP card had It seven for Pas Pastrano,
trano, Pastrano, two for Spieser and one
even.
Pastrano weighed to
172V4 for Spleser.

Pastrano pleased the overflow

crowd of 9,200 with his fancy

root work and llehtlm like;

punches that. confused the n!-

ways-advancinjr spieser. The 26-'

year-old spieser was badly cut

under both eyes and ., spouted

oiooa during most oi each round

irom tne mth on. ,.ti ;.;

J v ; f

I T-

NEWEST MURDERERS' ROW Homo run records are in constant danger a the Cincinnati
club unloads, left to rUht. Ted Kluszewski, Gm Bell, Wlly Post and Ray Jablonski. ,

JOE WILLIAMS

' -'

Diamond Diggings
By Victor Gray

nit-,', . -t AMERICAN LEAGUE
iAftB the final out was called in all Arnerlcan Lgue parks
tost Sunday night, the New York Yankees held a J gtn ad ad-Tantaee
Tantaee ad-Tantaee over their nearest rivals, the Indians. The Bombers
during the s western swing returned east with seven ylctorie, in
v' SrKiton' Red 8byiwinftingf six out of
-best, on-Tuesday, May ,22, the Detroit Tigerso Pfdn1w.t!
Ford's six-game winning streak when catcher Red Wilson poled
tin ninth-inning two-xun Corner to win the first game of. the
three-game series.--r 1 vi";v :v t-m .v
The Yanks, in a display of power, came back to win the next
two by lop-sided scores. -,Tiie. Indians continue to show good
' Hitching, but the accustomed punch was woefully lacking.?; a
iThe Chicago White Sox by winnlns .three of the twr gunea
olayed last week copped the honors. Paul Richards Baltimore
, Orioles although takina .part in but three garner and winning
Jonly one, continue to show improvs-nent, and. is morethan
'holding their own in the four-way fight wlh Washington De Detroit
troit Detroit and Kansas City for the doubtful honor of cellar dwellers.
The dope on last week's play is as follows:

G. W. t. Pci. R. H.

Opponents
R. H. I.

Chicago.".
''New York'.
Kansas City.
Washington.
. Detroit.
, -Cleveland, k

Baltimore.
i Boston. .

. 4
. 6
4 7
6
7
5

.750
.667
.571
.500
.429
.400
.333

12
48
37
39
35
18
13

, ,333 33

35
70
59
56
63
45
31
55

.2
6
8
7
14
6
0
3

11
28
38
38
45
17
17
41

' 30
51
67
57
77
42
29
61

3
'7
8
3
1 9
4

1
10

Isthmian Aquamen

To Hold Special

Meeting June 4

The Isthmian Aquamen will

hold a special meeting at 7:00j
p.m. on June 4 in the Balboa

YMCA Pool. Purpose of the spe-4

ciai meeting win be to witness a
demonstration of first aid and
life saving technique as illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated by Paul Kniop of the Ameri American
can American Red Cross. Club members
should bring their bathing suits
so they may participate in the
demonstration. : Who said we

needed some dummies?

Visitors are welcome is while

Kniep is primarily addressing
the club, t his .demonstrations

might prove pf .value, to anyoneJ

whose hobby is swimming, v

The luckier members of the

club took off for a, five-day spear

finhlncr avrnrfiinn t.A tti. San

Bias Islands. Tuesday,., evening
on Capt. Parker's. Sea- Raider.

Most of them carried ordr books

and were busy in their last mo

ments lotting down such re

quests as a 10 lb. red snapper, or

a 3 id. looster. ,

We'll check those alibis Sun

day night, v,

22. 22

233 414 45 235 414 45

( (includes games of Sunday, May 27)

-," eason s totals;

if

:tr i
s Opponents

G. W."L" Pet R. H. E. R.-' H. E.

New York.- i

.Cleveland;'

Boston, i- i
Chicago. '. '.
Baltimore' '.
Washington.
Detroit, .
i Kansas City.
J TOTALS.

.37
.34
.34
.29

.35

23,
20
18
15

16

".36 15

, .36 15
, .35 14

12
14
16
14
19
21'
21
21.

.676
.588
.529
.517
.457
.417
.417
.400

226
144
168
J09'
130
165
169
162

339
256
323
262
271
315
329
298

44
29
37
19
35
34
40
32

151
99
174
127
161
203
174
184

299
245
308
272
,305
323
32J
313

45
21
29
35
39
29
37
t35

-4,

' 138 138

NATIONAL LEAGUE

241

1162 2162 241 1162 2162

' Outstanding star of last week's play In the senior circuit
mia rtal I nnir ntnnffntcrf plr&t first-.iarfeer whn broke a malor

p3 league record of long standing when he hit seven heme runs in

5, consecutive games. Another pirate, boo Friena. nas teamea up
r with Long in reviving the hopes of the faithful at Forbes Field
3 by his sterling mound performances. At the close of play on
a Sunday, the unfriendly Friend (unfriendly to Pirate foes) spor spor-?ed
?ed spor-?ed a 7-and-2 record, a mark which as far back as we can re re-3
3 re-3 member at this stage of the season, war sported by a- PHts PHts-ii
ii PHts-ii burgh pitcher somewhere in the late 20 a. If this continues, Na Na-2
2 Na-2 tional League fans will be in line for a major upset. St. Louis
Cardinals by winning five of the, six games, copped the weekly
"honors, while league-leading Milwaukee and up-and-coming
2 Pittsburgh were tied for second place with three wins. World
9 chamDion Brooklyn had a rather disaDuointine week, beine able

N to win one contest out of four, that being a shutout over their

naueu rivaia me uiaui u oiuiuajr.
"Hie table on last week'splay: ;'

i I ik G. W. L' Pet. R.. D. E. R. H. E.

JSt. Louis. .... 6
i Milwaukee. , 4
Pittsburgh. fc . 4
Cincinnati. ... 4
t New York. . 4
Brooklyn. 4
? Philadelphia: ..4

. Chicago. ... 4
5 TOTALS. .
s
'.. Season's total:

v Milwaukee.
St. Louis, i
-Pittsburgh. ;
v Cincinnati.
s Brooklyn. m
INew York.
Philadelphia.''
Chicago.
2 TOTALS.

.25
.35
.31
.32
,31
.32
.31
.29

5 : i .834 39 62 5 22 51 6
3 1 .750 21 40 7 12 36 5
S 1 .750 23 39 5 13 36 5
2 2 ,500 15 32 3 17 31, 9
: 1 3 J50 10 20 5 .21 34 0
1 3 .250 13 37 2 19 34 2
1 1-.-J50 17 33 6 23 35 2
- 1 J 50 .17 36 2 '33 42 4
. 17 17 160 299 33 160 299 33
a - Opponents
W. L. Pet R. a E. R. H. E.
16 9 .640 125 227 28 97 202 28
22 13 .629 201 355 30 156 310 28
18 13 .581 186 2115 ;. 30 126 262 27
18 14 .563 170 311 34 174 312 31
17 14 548 143 2j3 25 .130 ,249 27
14 18 .438 120 2. 9 40 135 255 34
10 21' .323 ,123 2J7 32 169 280 34
8 21 ''.273 114 245 .22 170, 292 32
123 123 1162 2162 241 1162 2162 241

Rochester Routs

Montreal Twice ;

To Cut lead To 3
-.. '- ,v..i, ?t ."'U.. : U

' NEW YORK, May 31-(UP)
The second-place Rochester Red
Wings whipped the firnt-place

Montreal Royals twice on Mem-

orlal Day because of good pitch

ing oy wus peat and Jonn MacK MacK-inson.
inson. MacK-inson. The sweep cut Montreal's

International League lead to

three games. ..
Deal limited the Royals to
five hits in winning the seven seven-Inning
Inning seven-Inning opener, 5-2. Macklnson

allowed seven hits to win the
full-length second game, 7,-2.

The tnird-piace Toronto Ma

ple Leafs split with the Buffalo
Bisons, winning the first game.

2-o, ana cropping tne second 9-

l. Bui riscner snut out the Bi

sons on six hits in the opener.
Gus Kerlazakos limited the Ma

ple Leafs to six in the second

game.-
In the other games, the Rich

mond Virginians defeated the
Columbus Jets, 3-2 and 4-1.
while the Miami Marlins swept

two fronur the Havana Sugar

Kings, 3-2 ana 4-1.- f

Steve Kraiy and John Dixon

of Richmond collaborated on a

three-hitter in the opener and

Jack Urban of Richmond pitch

ed a four-hitter In ths second

game.'.""" '"---r-'

Beth Morehead and Satchel

Paige allowed six hits to win the
first game for Miami and Jack
Spring got credit for Miami's
second game triumph. The an

cient Paige also came in durin

the ninth to finish, pitching this

one-alter relieving, in tne nun

inning of tfle seven-inning open

' PUTT1NQ ONE LITTLE double-header after another and

whatever became of soring?. Jack Kearns. the ebullient octo

genarlan, hopping -a plane to London for the lightheavy title
oout between Archie Moore and Yolande Pompey, and telling
newsmen "Moore will stop him cold." Madison Square Garden
may be the first local sports house to install escalators. How
can the Yankees have a tax problem when they no longer own

the Stadium nor the land on which it la bunt?.

It's a sore foot, not a sore' head that's got Ted Williams
down, and the baseball writers' will please not get the facts
confused. The Big Ten has renewed the Rose Bawl pact, In

creased its maximum schedule from nine to 10 games and ad

vanced opening day to what could be close to mid-September,

This makes possible more money for more scouts to recruit more
high-speed high school pheenoms and kindly, do. not mention

such nonsense as aeempnasis. : January, the goner, got hot in

yesterday '(.Texas competition, which is a lot more than can be

said for May, the month. 1 :

THE PIRATES' DALE LONG, who set a record f eight home
runs In eight consecutive games, is a Yankee discard. They

had him with their Bingnamton branch in 50 when he hit ii

to lead the Eastern League. With the Pirates the following

spring, he became a guinea pig in one of Prof. Branch Rickey's

more .bizarre experiments. . a lett-nanaed catcher, unable to
come up with a left-handed catcher's mitt, v apparently the

sports stores con i stock tnem. . me experiment bogged down

and the 6-4 first baseman was passed On to the St.' Louis

Browns via the waiver route. -It's unusual lor a .30-year-old

player, who has been with ,15 different clubs,' suddenly to sart

tearintr a leaeue aDari. no mavoe we a better' wait until mi the

outlying counties are heard from' before dusting off a Hall of
' Fame nirhn for Lonir Rail Lonat'r 1 r

iff.: oV., .' '.f

Guaracheros Play
National Institute
Caaers Tomorrow

' The basketball teams of the
National Institute and the
Guaracheros Club of Culun will
play their annnal game tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night at S o'clock in the
National Gymnasium here.
President Ricardo Arias has
been 'nv.Ued to attend to make
the presentation of the "Pres "Presidential
idential "Presidential Cop" to the winner of
Uie game.

Fame niche for Long Ball Long;

A 1 ? -'K-f

T XhoTwno remembers "this spring Babe; Rutty Mf six consecu consecu-.tive
.tive consecu-.tive home runs In two games, four In the first, and No. 5 and 6
the. first two times lip the next dayf Then, trying for seven

in a row ne fanned on tnree pitcnes. The Babe was still with

the Red Sot and Raltimnre. then In th Intrrnatlnnal hi.

shattered victim. If tie baseball pundits bad had 'theSir way,

there's no telling what might have happened to Al Simmons,

oeaa at s. mis wtiaiy unorthodox batting Stancf horrified the
Philadelphia coaches, and characteristically, they drooled at the

(. prospects of making him over into a conventional pattern. Con.

me Mack intervened, "i don't care U tne boy stands on his

neaa ana swings just as long as he b.ts." Bucket foot Al hit,

an rigni. ror neany z years mere were few who hit better,
' t
''' A PEP TALK by the Giants' manager Is credited with in

spiring his players to a point where they won an important
game against the Brooks. V "You're a better pall, club than

you've shown, I've read that the Dodgers don't, think you are
contenders. Now go out there tonight nd show them that you

are" . .. tnis sounds wee someinmg out or "Tom Brown at Oxr

iora, ana tne mougm or sucn ume-stainea gladiators as

orissont f (38, Dark, Hearn, Wllhelm (33) and Westrum (32)

and Lockman (30) registering rah rah fury, campus indignation

ana ao-or-aie resolve is quite stirring. v also more than slight slightly
ly slightly absurd, - t
v' i"" y"''-1"' ".'"":'."'.;' ':';v';:.;';?,::v;i,.V'i:"'i
" Promoter Nikolaos Londes shoves off for Athens this week
to fetch his student daughter back to the States, and if the
Cyprus situation is still unchanged when he get sthere, it's six,
two and even It will be changed, for better or worse, before the
fiery Detroit patriot leaves. It was not my intension when
I first talked on the subject of -expenses I received forTunning,
or is it now, to turn informer In order to permit reprisals to
b taken against others Involved knownlngly in the violation of
amateur rules". . No, this Is not Al Kelly, the master of dou double
ble double talk, doing his professional act: It's the enlightening re response
sponse response the AAU got from barrister Joe Nowickl when asked to
substantiate his charges in Life (got his picture printed, too)
that in his day he was, like San tee, well-paid amateur.

" By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National league
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: There is one out, a
runner on third base and the
pitcher at bat. He takes strike
three. The catcher Hands him the
ball, as if it were the third out
and the pitcher starts for f t h e
mound. The runner from-third
base races home and scores. The
pitcher stands there with the ball
in his hand. How Would, you. call
this? George Met. j :

, Answer: There are several rul
ings you could make, but any
umpire in organiied baseball
ball will tell you this "I'd have
to see the play.4'; You could call
it dead ball and. send the run run-ntr
ntr run-ntr back. It could be ruled inter interference
ference interference on the pitcher's part and
the runner Would be out. .' You
could' call It unsportsmanlike
conduct on the catcher's part-
if you thought he was attempt,
ing to trick the runner and al allow
low allow the run to score:
." i ''if 1

Q. How can a club make six

hits in an inning without scoring

a run? Arthur Anderson.:

A. The tint 'three batter sin single.
gle. single. Runners are picked off sec.
ond and. third bases. The next
two batters single, refilling the
bates. Then the runner gofng
from first to second base is hit
by a batted ball.

World's most
fe lection

THE BRITTANY COMES INTO
ITS OWN
. By JOE STETSON
, Dog Editor

CHICK LAIDbAW and' I rode to

35 braces of Brittanys in the Brit

tany Club of Upper New York s

spring trial.

Spring was hardly the word to

describe the weather. The ground

frosted at night and the wind blew.
The sun was seen but rarely and
the rain, which threatened conti

nuously and made good its threat

occasionally, was punctuated by
snow flurries; '
To say that we were not cold to
the marrow, especially on the
day we judged 20 braces, would be
putting it mildly, but with it all
the trial was a pleasant and a
thrilling experience. We dismount dismounted
ed dismounted after the last brace to thaw be before
fore before the fire with a new respect
for the little pointing spaniels and
what they could do with the help
of a good breeding and training
program. .. U".
We had seen and judged Brit Brittanys
tanys Brittanys before. We were aware that
they have excellent noses and are
more amenable to training than
the more intense pointing dogs. I
. We had no reason to change our
minds about their noses when we
saw the bird work at this trial un under
der under conditions of wind, wet and
cold that would have presented a
problem to any dog.
,Never before, however, have we
seen such evidence that Brittanys,
as a breed not just occasional
individuals, can get out and go,
with an industry and purpose that
will take the superior, noses into
more productive places in the
same time.
If this trend can continue with without
out without some unforeseen setback; it
won't be long until the foot hunt hunter
er hunter will be able to get -a 'pointing
spaniel that can. give him. a real
thrill while filling his game pocket.
It's true that old pointing dog
men will miss the tail, but de

spite the absence of the caudal ap

pendage some of these f afigy little
dogs point with lofty style. On the
credit side, what, a- tail adds to
style in action itr detracts .from
convenience in the Jiouse ot Jcar.
i t HStMaJ
Next time there's a Brittany
trial in your vicinity, join the
gallery and get out to see the bob bobtails
tails bobtails run. ;

(Distributed by NEAt Service)

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PANAMA, R. r THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1958

nn cittts

FOtR DIKUr TRAIN-TRUCK COLLISION A building lies In a mass of wreckage at Raven-,
na, JOhtOafter it was tetruck by a Pennsylvania passenger train -which was derailed when it
collided.. ttith ft truck at a crossing. Four persons were reported killed and at least 7 others were
. Injured. ;. :: .. v

133ftfears Of Panama Canal Service
Erid With 7 Retirements This Month

Reta-emwittcertificates were their home in

reseritedvdurina May to seven! Florida.

ftmDlottfc'f. the Canal organize

tion. h -together had a total of

138 yut of active Canal serv
ice. t ,!.

Those retiring, their positions,
and leftigth -of service follow: Divi Divi-ionr
ionr Divi-ionr tl.yearrven months and
twodya.-C
Mrs, Dora Coleman, medical
technician. Coco Solo Hospital; 13

yers, ten montns ana a aays.
William F. Cunningham, audit auditor.
or. auditor. Office of the Comptroller; 17
years, nine months, 10 days.
Miss Alida Drew, teacher,, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Elementary School 30 years,
four months and 39 days..
William H. Gaines, pipefitter, In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Division ; 23 years, nine
months, five days.

Fort Lauderdale, first grade in the Balboa Elemen

tary School. J

Eisenhower Will

For Own Re-election,

Campaign

WASHNGTON, May 31 (UP) -President
Eisenhower told a cheer cheering
ing cheering group of GOP campaign work

ers today that he feels so good that
he wouldn't know he ever had a

heart attack except that "the doc doctors
tors doctors keep reminding me of it."
Hinting that he is ready to un undertake
dertake undertake amore vigorous reelec reelection
tion reelection campaign than previously
planned, Mr. Eisenhower teld
leaders of the recently reorganii- j
ed Citizens for Eisenhower move
ment that am perfectly ready
to go forward."

He urged tnera to go out ana

only way I know about it now is
that the doctors keep reminding
me of it."

That brought thunderous cheers

from the leaders from 40 states as

sembled here for a three-day cam

paign conference. '-
Warning against a campaign
complacency, the President said,
"it has no place in my vocabulary."
: He called for a tremendous eet-

out-the-yote campaign, saying that

when and American citizen votes,
"the form on self-government justi justifies
fies justifies itself."

He said the goal of the campagm

fight, not only for his own reelec- is to make jsure that this great

tion, but also for a Republican1 middle-of-the-r o a d philosphy ,of

Vigorously

GOP Congress

publican Congress as to retaining as well as personal and official
him in the White Housed he said loyalty." ,.
that if the voters selected him a-; : Mr. Eisenhower opened bis off.
gain "to carry the burdens I have! the-cuff pep talk by recalling

lor tne last tour years," ne inougnii mat a was four years ago "al

the people who run with him should

be bound to him by "party loyalty

U.S.5 Post Office !;
Oddly Unfamiliar ;
With Greta CarbtV

A lid L1VP dOUMUU, IVlataa.. JMIS.l 1UIB JU1BW 19 UHUCCiUCU 3 Ul U" ; J 1.. MV ..m. ttV ...

Dora J. Coleman had s e v e r a 1 where she will make her home fol- T. 'l,: L -'.

(j.igu bo wtbuiuuji wvi,v.i.mu iiiif at uu us um vail j-

mg ashes, he said.
Urging the Citizens for Eisen

hower to devote themselves as en-

years experience as a '.medical lowing her retirement, but will re- . 6 u'7
technician with the United ; Fruit main on the Canal Zone for the! "PK4 e"thi1?stically tt a po-

His voice rose noticieably as he

Company in Llmon, Costa : Rica, I present.

before she came to the canal
Zone. i
She was employed with the U.S.;
Army area engineer -at France
-.. 1 A I SI 1

neia oeiore joimnj me waoai ur- me nrsi worm war. ne came to .u.rirnnui. ie n1 anil dn
n;,tiAn i ioi9. ; niHi ni ih. n ioin .h ... m. moot that knows its place ana floes

fe7h. ; JW number eiVmpor.ry ?

rt : in l a tt i I IU1U Kiuuu Ul iw uuuus icnu-

??J.a. .?J?r era he wiU campaign for "clean

Co7ds of he U S Navy duringovement- government, pro pro-h'?
h'? pro-h'? "'".'? "fvy uunug pss tV- povarnment and eovern-

tne nrst wor a war. m came toir : -;j."w ,. u. a

She was employed at the Board nobs before he joined the Chibs

ot maun? tiaooraiory ana uorgas ana riaygrounas statt. in vra.

Hospital before oeing transierrea
to the Atlantic Side in 1954. Since

He followed this with a quick

explanation that his use of the

he said with a' broad grin. "The

Alfred Hval. diesel operator ma

chinist. Electrical Division; 15,San Jose, Costa Rica

year, two months and 18 days.
Frank Sule, lead foreman wire wire-man,
man, wire-man, Electrical Division; 19 years,
five months and 24 days.
Breheney was born in Ireland
and is a naturalized United States
ploye, he came to the Canal Zone
in 1918 and was employed as a
wireman with the Division of Lock
Operation. He left the Canal serv-
1014 Tlo aarvnH in- Frinr.

xwith th. U. S. Army durmg the

' first World War and returned to
the Canal Zone 1n 1933 when ; he

was employed in the Motor Trans-

portaiion iiivisiun. ..
Since 1935, Breheney has been
with the Dredging .Division as

floating equipment operamr, mmy
nnomtnr fnreman. and senior

foreman. In 1953 he succeeded
Lyle E. Womack as foreman of the

hyacinth control operation, i

Followina nis reiirenieni, mi.

r He transferred to the Municipal word "me" was generic and re-

iq h ht Wn neral sunern engineering vision in won as a lerrea to bu ra u.
i' mihSfrit'iSS1 foreman, lie has been employed) "You know, I wa. It last an

cmX u.ni.T T I as pipefitter in the Industrial Div-
Solo Hospital. ..... .v ision since 1943.
After hesH retirement, Mrs. Cole-4 !' ;

man piani iu uian-e uuiuc -o ., j" 7.

in jose tjosta i&ica. ' nuuii. v.iuc -wu ,u um
Mr. Cunningham was1 bora's. k western part of the United States.

Pittsbunrh. Penna.. end am tot wey nave not oeciaea wnere tney

the Canal Zone in 1938 from Wash-.

ington, D.- C. where lie had been
employed bv the Federal Housing
Administration.

Since he joined the Canal orga-.

nization he has- been employed

with several different, units. He
was assigned with the press of

fice at Balboa Heights lor several

months in 1939, transferred the fol following
lowing following year as hotel assistant, at

the Hotel Tivoii. Later mat year

will make their future home.

. Hval was born In, Minneapolis,
Minnesota, and also served with
the U. S. Navy during World War
I. He joined the Canal organization!
in 1941 as a machinist and in 1945
transferred to the Electrical Divi

sion is a diesel engineer with the.!

power system.. ... ,;

After his retirement, lie and

Deoartment as a seneral clerk,

He was promoted to 'assistant
chief examiner in 1948 and govern governmental
mental governmental auditor ih 1951. Since 1953,
he has held the position of auditor.
Miss Drew is a native of Ardock,
North Dakota, and taught school
for several years j in the : United
States before comlne to the Canal

and Mrs, Breheney plan to make 'Zone. Since 1925, the has taught

he transferred to the Accounting . rMnrn;.

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BRANDO SffiMOSSlMrRABLAINE
. IN ClNEMASCOPEAND IN COLOR! I l
aOBEaT KXITH STUtlY KAYI S. S-'fULLV JOHNNY SILVEa '' I
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JOSEPH L.MANKIEWICZ
' Mw aJ Lynn fcy v Cltinnii Vf r iiuu' iti
. FRANK LOESSER MICHAEL KIOO tmuutcou j

home in Southern California

Sulc is a native of South Orange,
N.w IfTxev. H uprvprt with the

U. S. Navy during the f i r a tl

World War and worked for sever several
al several years in East Orange and New Newark
ark Newark before coming to the Isthmus
in 1935.
. He joined the Canal organization
in 1938 as a wireman with the E E-lectricar
lectricar E-lectricar Division. Since that time
he has been stationed on both sides
of the Isthmus and at the time of
his retirement was leading wire-

man in the Cristobal field office of

the Electrical Division
After his retirement, Mr. and
Mrs. Sulc plan to return to East
Orange to make their home.
Lives In The Past

WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP) -An
elderly woman in Lafayette

I Park was thrilled and surprised
i when she saw President Eisen Eisen-i
i Eisen-i hower pass by on his way to church

yesterday.
"Why, there's Mr. Roosevelt;"
she exclaimed.

Relief For Clogged
U. S. Highways Seen
In Hew Legislation

WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP)

The closeed hiehways on which

more than half a hundred Ameri Americans
cans Americans died over the Memorial Day
holiday will be vastly improved

and expanded under new legisla legislation
tion legislation nearing final congressional ap

proval. ..,,
The leeislation authorizes a new

highway construction program that

will be the biggest in the nation s
history. It already has cleared both
House and Senate ih slightly vary vary-in?
in? vary-in? formal and now is headed for a

conference committee which will
iron out differences between the

twn versions. ?

Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.), chief

sponsor of the Senate bill, predicted
the committee will agree quickly

on a cmpromise measure. If so, ac actual
tual actual work on the new highway pro program
gram program could begin late this summer
or early fall. Advance planning for
the new program already has start

ed in some parts oi tne country.
President Eisenhower is expect
ed to approve the measure quickly
also. Only last week he placed an
improved highway system on his

Ust ot priority domestic legisiHuuu
The Senate worked through Tues

day night and until 12:15 a.m. Me Memorial
morial Memorial Dav to complete Day to

action on its version oft he high

way bill. The Senate bill carries a
$37.2 billion price tag, compared

with the House measure's 151.3 bu
lion.

nergetically to the election of Re-

Dunking, Drinking
DukeOI Ken! :
Causes Question
LONDON. May 31 (UP) -A La

bor Party legislator opened an at attack
tack attack in Parliament today on gay
society parties involving the Duke
of Kent, sevenjh n the line of sue.
cession to the ffirtme; --.
Socialist G. M. Thomson intro introduced
duced introduced a question for Home Sec

retary Gwilym Lloyd-George about

two parties the duke attended last
week that made headlines in the
London press. - ?

Thomson demanded to know what

action the river police took when

a pleasure boat went adrift in the

Thames Thursday night off Lon
don's arty Chelsea section. v

Some 300 debutantes and their
guests attended the yacht party a a-board
board a-board the Princess Roy aL Accord According
ing According to reports the 20-year-old duke

bad to throw lifebelts to two guests
who Jumped into the river on $14
bets,

' From that party the duke went

to another one in Lodon s exclusive
Mayfair section. The London Daily
Mail reported the duke and other
guests blanaced on a narrow fire
escape 48 feet above the street and

doused the street below with cham
pagne. -

M used to take the wool from 10
sheep to clothe a soldier now it
takes the hides of o dozen tax

payers.

most, to the minute" that he left

Europe to come borne for the
1952 campaign. He said bis re return
turn return was "largely in response to
a call from you people." -

' He said he and the citizens group

jumuy suoscriDea to a program
calling for "good government, hon

est government" and a govern-

mnr nicnit An "th ctittAct- jnuia

?T.0CK?0LJM,L Sweden. My 31, of ethics" rather than mere legal
W! r Swedlsh movl st G"ta compliance with the laws.
Garbo&name is known to many.l th PrcMnt c.jh th. m-Aom

But not, it appeared, yesterday, te I still stands. The goals set have not

. V S" 1 v wciwiuiBui. teen reached, ne said, hut progress
A letter was sent to the star's hs been made.
Hollywood home to inform h e r j xhe prestige of the United
that she had inherited 800 Swedish stateSl since the last world war,
crowns ($160) .from the estate of,has never been as high as it is to-

a ucau untie. .: .- 'daV he Said 1
The letter.was returned to Swed- He gaid Sov",el RuSsia nag aban.

en .stamped, vneceiver unitnown doned force and the, threat of force

V, ' V' j to, undertake new pohcies.
"I ra very surprised," A r v i d .

tor, said. "I thought most people. AVAI UOanArf TaIH

jviiwi i'vhk' j i vita

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HELD IN SLAYING S Mrs.
Opal Agnes Collins, a 25-year-old
bride of 26 davs, in shown
in Hammond, : tad., as she
awaits arraignment on first
degree jhurder charges in the;
deaths of her paraplegic hus-;
band and hit mother and two;
alsters. Mrs.- Collins blamed,
mother-ln-lav troubles for her.'
t shooting rampage.

in the U.
Garbo.,v

S. knew about Greta

U.S. Movie Actor

William Holder,

Plans Soviet Tour
' BERLIN, May 31 (UP) Ameri

can movie actor William Holden

Opposed h I n
MOSCOW ,May 31 (UP-Soviet
readers- were told today 'that the
late Josef Stalin collaborated in op

position to Lenin before the Sol

said yesterday he plans to visit the! sheviks' rise to power

Soviet Union soon as a tourist. I The authoritative publication
Holden said he applied for a vi "Problems of History also said
sa at the Soviet embassy in Co-' that two. books. long, regarded as
penhagen and hat been promised cornerstones of Communist history
one. j i , -1 treated the facts in a "cursory
The actor said he intended to and incorrect" manner. The books
travel to the Danish capital today! are "A Short Course in the His-

to pick it up.

LACSA ANNOUNCES
. NEW LOW SUMMER

- EXCURSION RATES

able to take advantage ot thef'? J"Jfr editor of the Com.

new 17 dav excursion rates De

lng offered by 'LACSA on the
only- non-stop -service between
Panama and Puerto Rico. The

special rate in effect for the pe period
riod period June 1 thru September 15
1956 is only $131.60 for the pur

chase of the .17 day excursion

ticket.

Travelers will also be able to

take advantage of the San Jose
stop-overs on the Panama-Miami
flights at no additional
cost. The special 17 day excur excursion
sion excursion rates on the Panama-Mi

ami via Costa Rica flights will
also cost only $131.60 round trip.
The flight time between Pan
ami and San Jose is only 85

minutes when you fly Lacsa's
Super Convalr 340 and only 4Vj
hrs, non-stop,. San Jose to Mi

ami. This new powerful, most
modern and comfortable Con

valr is used on all Lacsa Inter

national nights.

tory ot the communist Farty in
the Soviet Union" and "A Short
Biography of J. V. Stalin."
. A long" article describing com communist
munist communist tactics in March and April

of 1917 said that Stalin collaborat collaborated
ed collaborated against Lenin with Leo Kam Kam-enev,
enev, Kam-enev, at that time a top Commu-

(Commerclal Notice) of the 1930's.

munist Party newspaper Pravda

The publication said Stalin ad

mitted in a lecture delivered Nov.

19, 1924, but unheard of since, that
be once opposed Lenin and that

he erred.
Referring to many Bolsheviks'

support of Russia's newly estab

lished democratic provisional gov government's
ernment's government's pledge to continue the

war against Germany in 1917, Sta

tin said: 4

"This was a deeply mistaken po

sition tor it gave rise to pacifist il illusions
lusions illusions and hampered revolutiona revolutionary
ry revolutionary education of the masses.
"I shared this mistaken position
with other comrades in the party
and rejected it entirely only in
mid-April, subscribing to Lenin's

views."

Lenin had opposed the provision provisional
al provisional government and the editorial

position taken by Pravda under
Kamenev. Kamenev was executed

for treason during the purge trials i

2 Lovers On Trisl 1
for Drowning Baby
In Washing Machine;

BLOIS,", France, May '31 (UPW It

Dark-haired Denis Labbe shook'
with sobs but her soldier sweeti

heart appeared calm today when
they went on trial in a f 'murder
for love" eaew4'.v-;--
Denise, 30, had tears streaming
down 'her cheeks. Second Lt
Jacques Algarron,'26, sat, impas impassively
sively impassively with crossed arms as the
elderly court clerk quietly read
out the 40-minute indictment a a-gamstthera.
gamstthera. a-gamstthera. i
The state .charged that Denisi
J... I 1 n i l Mi

urowucu uer cfi year oia luegiu-'.
mtj flnii0htl in vftehina mtih

chine filled with soapy water in
a -"delirium of love" for Algarron
The state charged that he demand demanded
ed demanded the .murder, before be would
marry her.: i 'ih

The defendants sat in the roort t
in semi-darkness to hear the court
inform them that- they .face the f
maximum penalty of death on the :
guiriotine if found guilty. ,'

7 he prosecution charged t h a t
Algarron, son of a: World War I
infantry major and a cadet at St.
Cyr. France's "West Poin't" at

the time, "cast a .spell'4 over his If
mistress and urged her to kill her
baby as a "seal" on their love. JL
Officials said suspicions were a- .)
roused when Denise sent Algaroa 7
a telegram saying "Catherine dead. f.

will arrive rnmnrrnw w n 1

Engine Room Blast
Sinks RP Vessel,
Kills One Crewman

BREMEN, Germany j May 31
(UP An explosion in the engine
room of a Panamanian freighter
killed at least one crewman yes yesterday
terday yesterday and sent the ship to the-bot.
tom.;"ji. : vl.. ...
Reports from the scene said one
man was known dead and two oth.
ers were missing in the blast which

wrecked the 992-toa freighter Pa
naos, .:i-"'r-t":-,f- lt .'

Radio messages said the vessel

was sinking rapidly off the north

coast of Germany. Other ships in 4

uie area reporiea u crewmen res rescued
cued rescued by a trawler. Exact "number

of men aboard was not known.

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