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a iftn.m;i trail throueh
week. Crews hacking their way along the future route of
met at tne ranama-vuiuiiwia
Their meeting climaxes
missine link in the highway
Panama engineer Tomas Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr.. director ot the Pan Amer
ican 'Highway' Danen o f f j c e,
'We're a long way from having
a, road you can drive over, but at
least we're breaking down a lot of
the myths about this jungle being
an impassable roadblock."
Special interest is focused on
the Darien region as other r o ad
gaps in Guatemala and Costa1 Ri Rica
ca Rica neat: completion. Opening the
Darien sector is expected to be a
chief topic at the VII Pan Amer American
ican American Highway Congress in Pana Panama
ma Panama during the coming August,
'.'Guardia pointed out, "by the
ixl of 1959 we expect U.S. mo motorists
torists motorists will be driving their fam
ily auto as far as the Panama
Canal. If thara' any way', we
can do it, we'd like to have tha
road open to Colombia and tha
rest of South America very soon
. Already the Pan American sys system
tem system links Alaska, Canada, the U.
S., and Mexico.' South America's
Republics have tii-d together their
part of the system at their own
expense. In lentr America, the
U.S. has backed the project wuh
.contributions of two-thirds costs
for a road as lar as the Panama
highway enn enn-aru,a
aru,a enn-aru,a admits,
fi s n l
i iy i ve
v. i no r
r i f i'S rr
., i I -. t.-.-i i I
. I i I f,i( 1-
t Si fdl out i i Jt 1 1.
i.;uinatrs lor the Lanco sector
place road costs between 70 and
100 million dollars. Kecent meet meetings
ings meetings of Presidents' representa representatives
tives representatives from the OAS nations put
-the Darien road on its list of
( "most urgent" Latin .American
Vaid projects. ... c.
1 The VII Pan American Highway
Congresses also expected to seek
a formula for inter American
backing to link-up the road be between
tween between the two continents, r :
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JlVc-M. Lea Ui Vcr,
LONDON. May 22 (UPi APrime
Minister Harold Macmillan said to
day Britain would "never" act a
jone to can tne n-Boma because
this "would make it virtually cert certain
ain certain that-if war came we should
"To thro away these nuclear
'weapons before the nations can a-
gree asout umiting all weapons'
would, I are utterly convinced, be
to throw away the world's best
shield against the horrors of war,"
e said.'- . -. f ;
Xf.rmillan mrpKA hi virvl in
I a speech bffure 3,000 persons at a
tonservauvr rariy women con conference
ference conference in the Royal Albert Hall.
lt was his first major poliry add-
re?s since Britain successfully Wt-1
led its first H-Bomb in the Pa.J:c
, May 15 c.. : vv.
"The H-Bomb neutralizes the
strategic advantages Soviet Rus Russia
sia Russia derive from her vast and reg regimented
imented regimented manpower," he said.
"Remove the nuclear weapons
without dealing with what are
called conventional weapons!? and
t all tha advantage would be lilted
toward M 'SCtiw. .it would not pre
vent a wai. it would merely mae
it virtually certain that if Var
cama we should lose 4t."
Obs;rver considered Mactntt-i-i'j.vit!
an mdicauon of the
vest's policies which will be pre-
t -!fd beforo the London disarma-
r t co-.ie'ence next week. ; -,
annual rentals for all agri-
iral Und and garden plot -li-s
are now due and must he
i r t liter than July 1. it has
, w inced by the Civil Af-
s wh.ch are not '.i ty
i -; 1 tprminsre withoul ex-
: "e holders verr m-
v (v mn-'e r""i r. 2
--'"- Canl i.'.' :
; I')"-- Caral C
Of Darien Gcp
Meet At RP-
Panama and Colombia ; jungles
two years of preliminary studies ; on the ."Darien Cap,
system which' will tie together North and South America,'
CZ Members Will Be Paid
NARCE Hospital Benefits
The Group Hospital-Surgical
Plan sponsored by the National
Association of Retired wvu Employes-
has been oversubscribed,
according to word received to today
day today from Washington, and is
noW in effect:
According- to Fred Dev. sm.
field vice-president of Region
16, NARCE, a total of "over Z8; Z8;-000
000 Z8;-000 members of the organization
Vi "'IINGTON, May 22 (UP)
Pana v aiusn ambassador ; Ricardo
Ari?s 1: s' Htosa reported today he
held a "tiuitful" meeting with act act-v
v act-v Assi uint Secretary of State
- v it. ;-i!h.f'nni last ninht.
- i ... t rr'" s V r
: unvirci an i, ; i v.i:i .ng on
the luirvpretatinn ot certain pans
of the 1:05 treaty between the wo
countries. ; ' y
The meeting lasted nearly one
hour at Rubottom'S office at the
Department of State ; V L"
The envoy explained that
much of the discussion center,
ed on the interpretation of ar
tide I of the Memorandum of
understanding referring the
purchase of dry goods, agricul agricultural
tural agricultural products, ,end other food foodstuffs
stuffs foodstuffs Jn the Canal Xone.,
The arricle states that t h e e
goods should be purchased' from
the Unitd States 'orv Pmmi
whenever feasible.", me unnea
States interprets this as leavmg
the way open for purchases in out
er markets u iney can pe oDiauiea
'it lower cost ';."'.-" 'V
- Rui Penama insists that the pur
chases shonld be made from the
two countries if the commodities
are available, regardless of their
RP Woman Enjoys
Snooze In Street;
Pays $10 For Rest f
A 35-year-old Panamanian Wom Woman
an Woman picked a bad place to snooze.
Raqucl Franco today faced the
Balboa Magistrate on a charge
of vaerancv and was fined $10.
The defendant was sleeping in
the street in front of. the Part
Captain's Buildjng In Balboa,
VERACRUZ.' Mexico. May 22
(UP) The Dairyman's Associa
tion said today that stores here
were selling 32,000 quarts of milk
a day It. 000 more than produced
by -all the rows in the .Veracruz
"We don't want to accuse any
one Ot watering me mus, a
spokesman said, "but we think
the ituatir merits investigation."
tw vnr f. -ry r-p TK
time has cume agaia to point out
how much suffering goes on in
th, f,, Kiirtr thronpti fhe medium
. .k. ...,.i nir ih.i t,r tii.
er friends thrust upon you without
Th awful thinss are nilini un!
Like fie rumor about Julie An
itr. the femsle lead in the tre
mendousiv surcpgshil musucal
' Mv Fair l ady" who sirs
'Wmi rtr. t It Be Lfverlv ium
her, amp'.? others. The story is
tht snc has written her suto fcio
Ti"a: "tarfy Lavarty's that-
t 4 J ft
reached completion this
the Pan American Highway
joined the plan which required
it was. also reported from
Washington tnat tne charter en
rollment s. nerloo was extended
from May 1, to May 31. -r
Since there was some iuest
tlons as to whether benefits
would be nald under the ; plan
when participants were confin
ed in government nospuajs in
the Canal Zone, the matter was
referred, by the local group to
the Continental Casualty Co. of
Further Information on the
plan may be Obtained by calling
Sill at 2-3165 or .. Capt. John
Davis at 6-365
Sill reported today he was In
receipt of the following letter
from Paul Fisher, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the x Association Group
Division of the Continental Ca Casualty
sualty Casualty Company: i'os,."
"I appreciate very much your
letter of May 2 enclosing med medical
ical medical tariffs governing the policy
of Canal Zone hospitals with
reference to charge made for
former government employes.-
"This letter will serve e s a
committment .from Cm!--"tal
Casualty Compa -iy ti, t i--
rill be r"!.l f- --red
la the ca. i i.L,ie in accord accordance
ance accordance with the terms of the
NARCE Groiin Hospital-Surgical
Plan to the extent of the charges
normally made m accordance
with the Medical Tariff when
such insured members are con-
nned in government hospital?
in the Canal Zone, not wlthi.
standing any exclusion to the
contrary in the policy with refer
ence to government-owned hos-
piiaiS. f;,.;1 ,. ; .-j
Sea TriiTo Skla$;J
Hppss-ijp Fly Lafer
PARIS. Mav 22 fUPl Presi
dent Rene Ctfty cancelled his sea
voyage to the United States today
because of tne French Cabinet cri crisis
sis crisis but saro be still hopes to make
the trip by plane.
However he did net specify
whether hi still plans to get to
Washington as scheduled on June
3 only 10 days from now.
'. The Prestrtent s office said In a
statement. "The voyage that Mon
sieur Rew Coty, President of the
Republic, was to make aboard the
steamer Ie de France for the U U-nited
nited U-nited SUtet is 'cancelled."
"All steps -have, been taken In
order that this voyage can even
tually be made by plan.''
Aliened Spies v
Huns In Jordan's
Public Squares J
AMMAN. Jordan, Msy
(I P) Kour men accused of
spyinir for Israel were hanred
In the publie squares of four el el-ties
ties el-ties of Jordan today"
They were the first to I ex executed
ecuted executed -aioee King JU- 'Jit
crushed Leftist Intrifrue aitainn
his Government and imposed
martial law in the country.
Chatter' Head I ines Welter Of Wit
Anil Ihrn ihtrv'i Oie one iWut
the televifi quiz program which! playgrounds have checked in with
as Its grand awards offered thejsuch alleged titter chatter as the
! fnllowir.e: Pirst Drire. a week ini warning a'irnst caumg Iran, long
rhiram aeeiaul Drue, two weeks
That's the end of the Joke. Chi-
capo U here only because tt's
- a big, strrng city with a hide
- 'tiuh enoueh to take some kidd.ng.
The story can te used to defiate
trv city U vour chmce. Its exr
mrrm rn4 far rart : n
in &. For Worth.. and San
.Francin fir a g ail at you-
k-3va. r.f h trz1.
1' fry, rt'.t L: : a
4 i f
HAPPYBEUNION Benjamin Hooper, of Mastlo Beach,. N.x;,.'
is smiling happily at his son Benny; seven, as the lad smiles
back from beneath an oxygen-tent in a hospltalt. The lad was
rescued in1 miraculous fashion after he was entombed for
nearly 24 hours in a well shaft.
Until Budget Becomes
WASHINGTON May 22 (UP)
President, Eisenhower said today
he will never agree to a tax cut
until the government has a much
bigger budget surplus in signt man
it has now. .
Lisenho-ver told Mi news con
ference that the Federal budget
is now in v n?' he car'"! a I
. . HI : U L ( h! ' 1
v.. nciiu ,Uv that -we i .i"i -!
the point where we can even talk
about tax reduction. ;
. He said spending In some gov government
ernment government department ia runnngi
He aaid spending in some gov government
ernment government departments la running
seriously over budget estimates
in spite of all the administra administration
tion administration can do to hold flown ex expenditures.
penditures. expenditures. -i.1'-.
H laid he will do his best to
keep the current fiscal 1957 budget
and tne Budget ior- aiscai
which ends July 1. in the Mac.
But he aaid he would never agree
to tax reduction when tne puaget
is in such a state.
Other news .comerenco wgn-
-He snarpiy cnucizea me
58C,v75,000 cut In deiense appro-
Dnationa voteo oy tne nouse
TM-nnriatinni Committee yesterday
Tha President said about half of
tha reduction was nothing but a
bookkeeping operation that will not
reduce fiscal isas spenaing bi "c
cent. But he warned the other naif
of the cut 'will directly affect key
defense programs, lnciuaing air
craft procurement ana guinea mir
sile development. He said ne is
New Assistant, ;
To Industrial C
Div. Chief Named
The '. aniicJntment of Lt (i t f
Kenneth t. Shelley, TJSNR. to sue sue-rri
rri sue-rri rmmsnder Nathan R. Ful-
1m- istent to the chief of the
Industrial Division was announcea
Wednesday at Balhoa tieignis.
l. Shellev. eraduate of the U-
niversity of Virginia comes to the
Canal Zone trom the New York
Naval Shiovard. He is a native of
CumberlandL Maryland. He arrnr-
ed here last Friday. His wife end
their three childrea two ions, tfl
and i. and a baby daughter will
follow soon. ,v
rnmmander FuUCT. Who has
beeo with the Industrial Division
for the psst two years, will leave
June 14 for his new post In the
Navy's Bureau f Ships ia Wasfc-
' -t -
Pitiless Funs Un:-KU Due;
ihumor factories of the scbool,
distance "because it rests
murk to eal' oersno-toPersiaa."
Well so much for the kids. The
adults are not better. For instance.
Texai millionaire comes to New
York and goes to a nightclub
where he irt-ets a lad- who giiesa-
e from his hat where be t xrora
- !and the etmiersau-on goes m
vtm w a
rw V aS
th.' rich Tive-sr tcke
,., t-s a." "Y In J1
th-raT ma'am. "Oh,
Down Tax Cut
very hopeful Congress wilt restore
this part of the cut because natio national
nal national security will suffer if it stands.
-lle Tpported that White House
mail,; which was running heavily
against h;s budget proposals early
this year,, has grHualiy swung
rnimd in sc. n,ut
i 3 economy cuts. He
said he assuun s his speeches to
the nation such as last night's
broadcast defending his foreign
aid proposals may have had some
thing to do with this shift in pub
lic sentiment. .,.,
' V ;'v' -'' Sf'i'?
He said h wllf continue
Taking hit. budget case to tha na
tioru As long as he ia in a fight,
he commented grimly, he will
never rest until the United States
gets what he thinks is necessary
for waging peace, protecting the
net! on and operating the govern government.
ment. government. ; v-!: fN Vi
The President wis asked
whether, he might show "more en enthusiasm"
thusiasm" enthusiasm" In the,-1958 -congressional
camDaiens itv backing GOP
benators and Congressmen wno
have supported his program than
those- -who nave lought him. He
aaia ne n. pes no is never accuseu
of being so namby pamby that
he-does not nave degrees, of en-
. I . 1- L J
tnusiasn: oeiween uiose woo ianu
with bim and against him, He aaid
he want a Republican in congress
because he believes in party res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility To that extent, he said
he is for whatever candidate Re Republicans
publicans Republicans of any district nominate.
But he said be naturally is more
enlusiailic about some than oth
ers. -.;. j".- t ." v
..-' :'".' 'f'1' ' ,i ; r
He said the United States is
trying to keep an epon mind In
the current big power disarma disarmament
ment disarmament tafct in London and will
try to meet any sincere Russian
proposal hV way. But he said
we have te ae especially care
ful of injuring an adequate ins inspection
pection inspection system when we are
dee ling with a country which has
a leng record, of broken agree agreements.
ments. agreements. f .' V i '' -.
. - vr-W; 7 -, 'i '':
In response U a question, he
said there is bo doubt that some
rich men have taken unfair ad advantage
vantage advantage of he 27 1-2 per cent de-
Diction allowance sranted to on
well owners in their Federal in
come tax returns. But he said he
is not prera red to say the allow
ance is evil oecsuse tt hss servea aa
an incentive tot, necessary ou ex
ploration. -v :
. a- I I' ''-
i treat kifl rnth?"
-Hu, ent -Tew ton f own
any prop-rrrV, "Only at 4
erea. ma'am." "Where's rhat?"
"Oenrnlowft Datlas. - '-
Verv new bride are a nice sub-
WL and i ii tali how one of them
vent to the meat counter and put
in her or.r. "Sn chicken heads.
please." Tie hatcher was a blase
man bui h wis rather startled at
the ordiT. Excuse me," he aaid,:
-but what -n earth de you want
wnJi tv ch.ckea heads?" 1
y -'i," explained
jhne. woukl liie
ictic.ti t aovp.
i kl, SHANTIES being built
wlthnV the city, limits of Colon
will be torn down by municipal
authorities,- El. Dia'a, coion cor correspondent
respondent correspondent reported today.'
The decision was reached fol
lowing an insDection visit by the
cnieis oi tne ponce una wo uo'
nartments and municipal au
thoriiles : to the '.shanty town
areas where, new,,-shanties -are
' At the same time p"ois are w
ino-rmade to move nresent Colon
shanty town residents. io otner
areas outside tne city.
:, The same tabloid, reported At Attorney.
torney. Attorney. General Mermogones de la
Rosa as calling for energetic and
sustained r acrien .againtt homo
texuils at a meeting held with
- children's Judge- Clara Goniales
lehringer ; and representatives of
the National Guard and the Min-
f titers' of Public ) Health and Gov Government,,
ernment,, Government,, and, Justice,' f 5 L
' The Panama City Council last
nleht authorized the Mayor tc
secure a nrlvate lawyer to chal
lenge the'valldity of a ten-year
extension or tne contract, neio
by the local firm which operates
tne city's parkrpK meters
Thd1. extension of the original
contract, which ends in '1958. had
been approved bv the nrevlour
Council for a perod 01 ten years
The tabloid ta Hora today
echoed a charge that iirms oper
ating in the Colon Free Zone
are in cahoots with internation
al contraband runners.
n- p'-nro. jag hurled tvtrie
wpenirui'i.aiifno .i,ann. wnic
said documents "are, altered" "byf'
the firms to permit wide- scale
contraband activities. '
Dr. Ad:ms Ordered
To Trial On 15
EASTBOURNE, England, May 22
(UP) Dr. John Bodkin Adams
was ordered today to stand trial
for 15 aliened violations oi tne lorg lorg-ery.
ery. lorg-ery. larceny, cremation and dang
erous drug laws.- ."
The1 c'harees Vrew out of police
investiffntion into the mysterious
deaths of a number of Adams'; pa
tients who left him sums oi money
in their wills. He was freed last
month of a charge of murder in
the death of one of them, elderly
Mrs.. Edit"' Alice Morreii.
Th doctor was released in $5,600
bail aflei a bench of five magis magis-trte
trte magis-trte ordered him to trial- on this
third day of a preliminsry hearing
into charges he commuted pie ia
minor violations of law. '
Tha aim nf nreiimnary neanng
is to determine if there is. enottgh
evidence to warrant a formal trial
by an alleged offender. ?
The 58 year old family phy physician
sician physician of this fashionable south
coast resort town was oroerea com committed
mitted committed to the Lewes Assizes, which
will set the date of trial.
Keeps Stocks Firm
rJEW YORK. May 22 tUP) -A
rllv in Drogress late yesterday
carried over into today's opening
on the stock market.
Tr.dine was moderately active
as Drices firmed In nearly all sec
tions of the list.
IXDICTtD IS JAP A SP-
cUl.t Srd Class Wlliiam'Olr Wlliiam'Olr-ard,
ard, Wlliiam'Olr-ard, of Ottawa, 111., has been
lnd.cted ty Japan for man
slaughter in the fatal shoot shooting
ing shooting of a Japanese woman on
a firing range In that coun country.
try. country. Japanese authorities, had
asked that Girard be turned
over to them for trial under
the terms of an agreement
cvexirg siich matters.
US Citizens Say
SVhile accountants try in vain to find out what costs
are "appropriate" under Public Law 84 Panama Canal
employes find that their- paycheck continues to bring
home less.' s 1 '
.This wa? the charge brought by members of the U.S.
Citizens' Association who said foday they were pressing
the fight for changes in the law, m order to relieve the
burden on employes otsupporting the cost of operating
the Canal Zone government v'
; Public Law 841, setting, up the Panama Canal Co. on
July 1, 1951, with its ambicjupus phrases such as "an ap appropriate
propriate appropriate share" of the costs of the Canal Zone goyern-
ment, has been the basic cause of employes difficulties
here over the i .last six years," d USCA spokesman claim-
ed today., ; , f
?r cMnce)'tteii,terdiW to the
USCA, swarms of accountants
and auditors have been trying in
vain to find out what costs are
"aDDrooriate'- and have lost
themselves in Jungles of impen
etrablet figures. v"JiVr
'i W-V-- 7
HWi4l.-tli accouiuik peer
throucrh ancient records to
find out what a long-demolished
facility cost when it waa
built," the USCA spokesman
said, "the ordinary employ
finds that his commissary pric prices
es prices have gone up again, and
that his paycheck brings homo
less and less." V
According to word received
from Washington today, USCA
legal representative Lavera R.
Dilweg has requested appropri appropri-ate
ate appropri-ate Congressional committees to
consider legislation modifying
PL 841 during this session of
Congress. ... -' .-'.
A USCA spokesman' stressed
today that his organization feels
that this important legislation
should not be forgotten Jn the
confusion surrounding tne imple implementation
mentation implementation of the Remon-Htsen-hower
Canal employes, he stressed,
ask only that a ''fair and intel intelligent
ligent intelligent approach", be considered
in a modification of Public Law
841.' Other than through pay payment
ment payment of income taxes, other
Federal employes contribute
nothiner to the overhead expense
of their employing agencies, .jhe
The Canal worker, however,
contribute to the cost of oth
er arencles through Income
taxes as well as to the over
head expense' of. the Panama
Canal Company through la-
creased prices for services fur
nished and hears in saaiuon,
Rosellini's Indian Friend:
.... m '. ..J. a aa .v. .. I ll f
Refused Hassport for iraiy
arwrakv Mav 97TTPiThe'ta have himPed from a window
Government was reported today,
to have refused to give a passport
. 7- l- i ...1 i
to Sonall Das Gupta, the beauti
ful Indian girl romantically imag
ed with Italian film director, Ro
berto Ro&sellinl. ...
Despite emphatic denials ry
both sonall and RosseUlnl. re
- a. J 4-V. iKa tvsta maral
in love and that RosseUini in
Wl -9 DCloubca tiAaav .a5
tended to take her with him to
The Government acUon n.
blocking Bonaire passport ap-
parently resulted from action by)
the wife of noted Indian film
director Bimal Roy. She was re
ported to have gone to Deini,
where she has friends and rela
tives In the central government
.h mh their infiuenea tn hold
uda passport which Rossellmi,
has been making every effort to!
set for Bonali.
The reported romance between
the fiery Rossellini,-who is mar
ried to f Urn star Ingrid Bergman,
and Sonall. mother oi two chil
dren and estranged wire oi In
dian film oroducer Han pas
Gupta, has greatly upset the In
dian beauty a lamuy
er on hearing the news that,
.AndaJ had been connected with
famiiy'B Bama, waa reported, truth to lt
-.-.tr,...; ;;,..,.':. ;.-'-. .:'.j ,,'v y
about 15 per cent of the cost
of the Canal Zone government,"
the USCA spokesman charted.
He i claimed hat emploves
ihave right to receive the s-v
I and .,,dv-.r""s f-
lexwi'-ia...U4ueui tya puv.a
"They are also entitled to the
maintenance of;UJ3. standaras
insofar as it Is possible for the
government to provide them," he
said. ;5. .. v'V -'--; ..-''.
Oiler Will IIol
Lose Mangled H:r.J
An American oiler frortf the tu tuna
na tuna boat Ecuador whose hand was
badly mangled aboard his ship
last week flies home today to
San Diego, CaL v"v.v'"-.
The injured man, Joe Coelho,
was joined here by his wlfei and
the couple will fly home today.
Coelho was Injured when hi
hand slipped on a machine belt.
He was evacuated from his ship
and taken to Oorgas Hospital
where ne nas, $ ten receiving
treatment,- ;.-'::. ?;:''.' j;, '.
Panama Agencies, local agents
for the ship reported today that
Coelho will not lose his hand, as
The ship returned- to Panama
waters to continue fishing for
on the third floor of his Bombay
residence in a suicide attempt.
en.nlia Mnla whn mam f?nler
Minister of Banaras State, and
her father, former Surgeon Gen
eral of Lucxnow. dui consiaer-
ble pressure on her to leave Ros Ros-sellini.
sellini. Ros-sellini. But up to now they have
- : other memoers ox r. m"j
ana ner nusoaua 'mxlr lJtT. t.
,to Bombay from their homes ia
calcutU and Lucknow to try to
break up the reported romance
Other relatives and Indian
friends have rallied to protect
the girl and have succeeded In
hiding all negatives and photo-
crrnnha showrlno- Sonall with ROS
selllnL Evea pictures taken eight
months am have dlsappeareo.
Sonall and Rossellini occupy
adjolnlne; rooms In the swank Taj
RosseUinl has brushed off as
"nonsense" reports published to
New York that he would divorce
Miss Bergman and marry the 27
year-old Indian girl.
Soaali said the report were
i Miss Bergman, mho Is appear-
llna In a nlay in Pans, aaid "I
think the whole thing is maSe
up.. I don't thinx tier it much
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
lin m PUri.iHIO IY THI PANAMA MIICAN INC
reUKMB T NUIUHIU IN tOSa f
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM' THI READERS OWN COLUMN
By Victor' riesel:
Labor's hieh command 'Km
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i ij v.i..n ji l.-ji.j i. lh j.!.i iiumuig- me an
",T. "'" jweri in still another ethical end
Hero's d Real Rough Battle, Monty
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THE MAIL 8 OX
LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOLS
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i This la the first part of my answer to "A Non-U JS. Citizen
Resident In Panama." 1 appreciate your taking an interest in
'"ttoe subject of certain outstanding .irregularities the Latin
American Schools, and I am glad tnat you have expressed your
.point of view on the matter,' Such is the privilege of our
; democratic form of lite. Now, let's get back to the main issue
ot whether my statement was fair or not. This is wnat i ac
, as it is right now, this 'space available' scheme is working
out to our disadvantage by keeping quite a number of our lor lor-,mer
,mer lor-,mer classmates from eainlne entry. To make matters even
worse, persons-living in Panamanian jurisdiction are enjoying
; the privilege of educational opportunities on me uani aone
and are helping to runner ciose out many or us irom wuwig
idvantare of the alreadv limited space that is available. I don't
.think that this is fair. These Panamanian residents should be
;xnade to attend school in the Republic 01 ranama m me same
.manner mai uncse very ucupie icci tnat iawa u
asm should not be permitted to buy in the commissaries,"
j Now, let's analyze what I have said to determine whether
! It Is a fair and reasonable statement or not. We will base our
.argument on strictly logical reasoning, leaving out all sentiment
and personal opinion or prejudices. Let us begin in this man man-J
J man-J Her:
1. All men are mortals (that is, subject to death).
1 ; a. John Brown is a man.
: s; Therefore.. John Brown is subject to death (mortal).
Following the same. line of logical reasoning, let us now
analyze $h statement with which you disagree Decause you
"think it is not fair statement or you doubt whether' the per per-'son
'son per-'son who made it is "a fair-minded person." It works out in the
i fnllfflr1ne 'manner1'
j 1. Canal Zone things are restricted to ail persons residing
f 1 Commissary goods are C. Z. things so that the privilege
i ot buying them has been restricted to residents oi .n .n-i
i .n-i ama. '.' ' -''-
S. Therefore, the privilege of obtaining an education in the
. C. Z, Junior College should not be to per per-'
' per-' sons residing in Panama, because it Is also a C. Z. thing.
- X would -tlika you "recent graduate of a highly-reputable
school in. Panama" who are so "proud" of your -Qipioma to
drawn up tins week, which warns
me At u v.iq b naif .million na
tional and local union officials that
it is better to lose a little money
on an investment than matte a tew
percent more oy putting parts of
uieir mum inuuon aoiiar lunas
in high-paying race tracks and
heavy interest loans to friends.
This new code the fifth since
last summer says bluntly that a
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uiuuu is nui a.praiu inaKuig Busi
ness. ' ,. ., ,-.
The eerie states hat It Is far
more ethical to pot millions
union dollars In 'three and four
percent government bonds and
r lowcoat housing for the people of
i .i i &i i. i,
me i.ric inn 19 mmm.9 ia pwr-
cent on fast deals which help
no on but a handful of men who
are in the labor bufinett rather
than in the business of leading
The new code, which will be sub
mitted in rough draft to the Ethi
cal Practices Commute next week,
(ays that unionists should be more
interested m principle, man in
orincinaL This, in tough language.
makes moral law of George Mean Mean-y's
y's Mean-y's philosophy that labors found
ing tamers never meant u ui iuu
up hug ireasuries but rather to
serve tneir members
1 ti i.nrmit -annwM t.n this aimnla nroblem in logics
- TeU us .whether, the blank should be filled with the word
i "permitted" or "restricted," and be careful regarding what you
'say because you might embarrass your "highly reputable" Alma
. Mater and the excellent teachers there who produced a student
that reasons as iUogically as you do. I shall be looking for your
' j answer-in this column, and I shal finish answering you m my
aecona pout. ; '
v., Latin American Hich School Student
A union should be dedicated to
its rank and file and not its
leaders, their ego. or their drive for
financial sleight of nana, me
code will call for clean-ledgers not
elean-uos through legerdemain
This memorandum of morality,
therefore, is. labor's r answer to
Dave Beck when he shouts that
his leadership of; the Teamsters
should be judged not by his own
fortune making but by the growth
of the Teamsters' $40,000,000 trea
sury which he has jacked up by
some S9,ooo,ooo in the past nve
This new code on finances says
a union should not operate on the
theory of the highest return in dol dollars
lars dollars but on the highest return in
social services. It declares that a'
union must not be governed by the
rules of. a, private investor.
For example, money is tignt
now. The government will have to
float loans for its new budget, in
terest rates win ne low.
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BY BOB RUARK
WASHINGTON IfVvou read
me iuu text of the Col. John wic wic-kerson
kerson wic-kerson secret memo on i'ed
missiles1 you can -easily.') under understand
stand understand whv his court martial. has
oeen postponed and why 'he may
never- De wought o'trlai: : :
The Defense Denartment has
the same knd of a. bear by tfie
tau that Herbert Hoover had when
he- ordered the court martial of
ben. braediy Butler of the Marine
corps for criticizing Mussolini
The Butter court martial w o u 1 d
have developed into- a trial of
Mussounk and was ; finally drop
Likewise, the court mrtial of
Nickerson Is certain te develop
into a trial of Secretary of Do.
fense Charlie Wilson and his
former firm. General Motors,
together with deputy secretary
of defense Donald Quartos and
hie former firm. Bell TeloDhone.
What' Nickerson does, in effect, I
is accuse xnem or favoring their
own companies oy putting guided
missile Qevelcpment in the hands
of the Air Force, v puis General
Motors, Bell Telephone and Doug Douglas
las Douglas Aircraft, at the same time
boycotting the Army which does
Dusiness wun uenerai Juotors' ri
val, Chryslef.' t -k
jNiciterson also ar g u e d r that
lumping guided i missile, develop
mcnti unaer tne Air orce in
Southern California put too many
defense pljnts in. that key area
as a target to Russian bombers
The Army's work near Hunts-
vuie, Ala., where he is a top exe
cutive, be claimed, was less ac
cessible to enemy bombers.
' BIG BUSINESS
"Hiah officials of the Dooa.
Ia company have stated that
Douolai is paying particular at-
tention of the possibilities of
killing orf the operation at
fit is expected that the Wilson
memorandum (which killed the;
Army's missile work) has been :
heavily influenced by lobbying by
this company and by the Bell
Telephone company. It is noted
that both competing missiles to
this combination, i.e., J u p i 1 1 r
and Talos, are jeopardized by that
Wilson Memorandum." i
NAVY, RELATIONS BETTER i
. The Nickerson memo then rlio.
cusses the .Army's missile mi.;
tionships with the Navy: s
"Technical coordination w 1 1 h 5
the Navy to meet shipboard r.
quirements in the Jumter nrn.
maui uas ueen- excellent, Arm
and Navy engineers and. scientist j
collaborated closely to complete I
the design of a system that would
be a.i effective weapon at sea. '-"The
"The '-"The Navy preference for a sol- f
iu proDeiianr missile, voicerl frnm
the begmnmg of the program re
sulted in assignment .to the Navy
of a solid propulsion development
aimed toward-'a second genera genera-tion
tion genera-tion weapon to replace the 1960
Jupiter aboard ship." ."
At tliis point I have cut soma
dates and figures which might
permit an enemy to know when
a submarine missile will be combat-ready.
'PANAMA MAIL SYSTEM''
hen'waltlfit I Vafn to see whether or not all" the
: lama mails would floAy Vd. In iavrjlP rejrorttha ttiation
is Just. as fouled up asveTT T't t:'1' t'Tl
! I can't see what help" I cap possibly geBy calling the post
office system to complain, but teei tnat tnis is a oetter wy ui
J Could the postal director explain to me why a letter marV. marV.-Jed
Jed marV.-Jed airmaU from David, Republic of Panama took exactly one
month to reach me in Panama City?
! Could he explain why an envelope mailed to me March 28
Ifrom New York has not yet reached me here? That also was
J sent airmail and to the proper address.
Could he offer any explanation as to why a letter addressed
t tn me. hut with two numbers of my box number switched could
Jnot be put into my correct box number before three weeks? I
received one yesterday nostmarked May 8 in Panama. Dont
I they have. any locator .system? f
I .Don! thev have anv svstem. oeriod.'
' Since i the director Is constantly looking for this type of
, thing. I hope he will accept these three complaints and do
'sometbinfc about fixing up that cockeyed postal system. We are
- freaJlT helnleas. .
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Therefore, it is the patriotic duty
of Unibn?, as the code's creators
see it, to put their millions at the
disposal of the government and not
of firms like the Fruehsuf Trail Trailer
er Trailer Corpw-the Montgomery Ward
people ,W proxy .fight although
the union can pick up millions in
dividends' C and; higher stpek mar
ket pnees;;.'-f.v e
Th ethical guide drawn up By
AFL CIO special counwl, Arth Arthur
ur Arthur Goldberg, will for the first
time establish a definite' set of
rules for the handling of the Ml-:
lions which cascade into union
treasuries and other funds from
empleyere as well as the AFL
C:Os 1e,(0u,000 members. First,
the code, will call for investment
of union, -money along judicial
trust laws such as govern trust
funds in New Tor, Pennsylva Pennsylva-nia
nia Pennsylva-nia and the District of Cehinv
We. v. ,, r- -.
WILMINGTON, N. C As a fekthe road, but the driver sees it, as-
smiica ii. s tegiumate ?r- &na slows
down. This is just as effective as
the radar i checked speed signs.
There may be no radar check,
but the driver doesn't know it when
ne sees a signrwhieh says, ,"Dont
Speed or You Might Help ; Grow
Weeds And Radar Lurks Just A-
round the.;Cotner,i s, ;J ..
There f is very little argument
wnen a cop nits you with the siren
low with a firm aversion to being
killed by socially unacceptable
strangers, I think that the State
of North Carolina deserves some
sort of award for its toughness in
"VIXEN' WITH EXPLOSIVE TEMPER-Designed express expressly
ly expressly or airborne launching of various guided missiles, Britain's
Sea Vixen is shown during in-flight trials. Designated to be become
come become the Royal Navy's primary, carriervbased, all-weather
fighter, she is powered by two Rolls "Avon" jet engines and is
built by DeHavilland. Performance data are secret.
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dKrulcJ hov temt U by Pan American
,It will say that these millions
should be invested conservatively!
There must be no favors, and no
borrowing' bj union officials ex
eept in emergencies, and then only
in small sums. This will cover not
only Beck's type of borrowing, but
also the covering of officials in
vestments in. real estate, the stock
market and other business ven
There wil' be a warning against
heavy investment in firms which
deal with the union. wmca will
answer the criticism that unions,
with their combined billions of dol
lars, may take over whole business
es and sit en both sides of the table.
"'..'.:'.,, .' r i '.
Bu.-there will be no restrktions
against 'tending moeny to legiti
mate businesses which need it to
keep afloat in tough seasons. Many
a garment manufacturere has been
saved by loans from Dave Dubins-
ky's Ladies Garment Workers and
Jack Petofkya Amalgamated
But just handing this code down
from on hi jh is not enough to safe-.
guard tbic money, it belongs to
the working people and unless they
have the right to speak up and de
mand its adoption by their own
union officials, tt win be lust an
other sheal of papers for the books
ana nor. tne union dooks at mat.
So along with this code, anoth
er will be presented. This sixth bit
of morality will call for the protec-
liberties. It will demand regular
convention, the secret election of
officers and convention delegates,
the right of every member to have
all grievances handled, tee right
to get tro at meetings without fear
of muscle treatment, ana tne ngni
to a jod no mauer wnar union
leader is critieizedA
All this v the brave beginning
to the atiacs on oouar unionism
t Street Ne, JfTeC 32SS7C, tfot.
They were killing a. lot of peo
ple on toe nignways down here a
thousand last year, over 1400-an
other year because, the broad
highways are alluring, and : the
drag racers combined with tour
ists and shambling farmers in an
cient heaps to compute a fantas-
uc carnage on the weekends when
the blended booze brought out the
beast. They, got tired of m e s a y
highways and set about Curing Ut
,Hefe are sojfle the reasons
you don't push your Cadillac or
xnunoerDira te its. .fullest hum
ming capacity: - ',. ---i,
. The booby traos work; in all
sorts -of ways'. In the absence of
sufficient patrol personnel, they
just park' a police ar on the- side
of .the road, and the rushing drivl
er assumes: there's a cop handy,
even though the car is only a de
coy, ; r vtutv i.iv!(,-..
and. you' show up. in court. Thev
are playing with a aimmick on the
police cars which pnotographs the
speed of the culprit ih terms' : of
just how fast, the cop behind him
is going and also, shows the speed speeder's
er's speeder's license plate simultaneously
iriPSR ami mucn argument a
aauist that' eizmo: !. .. '" i
. "It is completely .a' Police-state
tecnnique, but they "have- UteraUy
scared the speed off drivers in this
area. They have a thing called a
"pack" eight or 10 police cars
hitting a town at once, stopping
everything in sight; in a' show of
force. Another is a periodic license
check, where everything is halted
before a roadblock.' 'I ... 1
(mpeccabiy marked with .turning
arrows ami coordinated lights and
delineated lanes, with 'fine night
visibility, on the route signs .3 and
turning center plaus.' The-temp-
f uuicneu iuo ou oorses
and let her rinin n T j-iv-r
4-But down here the people obey
uw w, ana i asxea e city fath father,
er, father, to justify the beneficent' reign
of terror. Ka;d;i
"We hist Cot tiVri nf m.ocin' !,n
uieae nice nignways cost a lot of
nx money. Ana oiooa on the con concrete
crete concrete i a bad advertisement Jor
the state." '!
Canal Zone: Residents
(Residing in the Canal, Zone
or in Panama) j
1 When they get particularly go-,
ry wreck to play with, thev oark
it prominently with a sign; "Death!
Hangs Just Around the Corner."
: You'd -be surprised at the psy-
cnoiogicai effect on a man with a
faney two-tone when he sees, what
a particularly violent collision: can
do to a brand new pink Buick. He
SIOWS dOWn. : ; -;!-.r,V;i-,i
xnere are things known as
"whammies." They, warn thedriv
er that the speed is electrically
umed oy roadside sign s. The
whammy is a cable stretched a-
cross tho rvad.. Electronically., the
came sets vour soeea from here to
there. All the cop hat to do is ra-1 drunk drivine if then even email
die te the other end, end" you get jone sad scotch on. your breath.
pinched in the next town. ,j Every semi- stranger -warns
Quite often,- though, i -the 'wham-l that it'll cost you $21.M.' if yo,u
my is a pnony. aney jnsi stretea crrn it utop gn.;i "f ;
yrcvB-ui ruuLTcr cauie ecruB ne oignwaya are wonacnuuy,
They also have pushed a bill oast
me legislature, to allow the cop;
to use so percent unmarked cars
of various breads. That may be a
Studebaker .or a Chrysler behind
you, but also there might be a cop
Not man's auite willing to be that
the driver of the fancied up pur purple
ple purple Dodge is a civilian when the
odds are 20 percent that he's a pa patrolman.
trolman. patrolman. v.
Every filling station you hit,' the
man says take it easy,, the roads
ae stiff wits cops..
Every mend you.meet says;
take : it easy at the cocktail par
ties, tney u haul your license en
PAY FOR YOUR
Thi. Nickerson", memo. w hich
came into my hands but was seiz
ed oy- ine .ueiense uepanment
when we did them the courtesy of
asking tor security guidance, con
tarns these significant passages
regarding tne cattle of big busi business
ness business to control development of the
intermediate range missile the
Army s Jupiter and the Air
force's Thor; (j kj ; :
'""A.C; Sparkplug division of gen general
eral general Motors has the inertial guid guidance
ance guidance responsibility for Thor, The
Development of -the Jupiter' guid
ance system is done by AbMA
(Army uauisuc Missile Agency)
at iiunisvuio. Production of guid
ance components is, by the Ford
instrument division of S p e r r y
jttana." :,,-t -, ,-:
' The .rray-radio-guidance sys
tem developed by J f t jet Dronul
sion 'laboratory, of Army: is also
superior o that being developed
by the Bell Telephope laboratories
for Thor."- - r
There follows some technical
inform atiim which V have censor censor-edifoK.fear
edifoK.fear censor-edifoK.fear it' -might: aid a tpotep
tial -enemy. .uinir.-. -..tl-
"Disconlinuance of the Army
missile'1' -continues the secret
memo, "will result in the concen
tration of tht following programs
in tne ueu-uoueias combination
Nike,-1, Nike B, Nike II, IRBM
(Interpontinential ballistic missile
of ..5000; miles jange). :t
inis is. too much missile con
centration In one combination.
Should oie add the Sage and Ce
sar, programs at Bell and the Na
vy am. .Air. Forces .aircraft con
tracts at Douglas-the over-con
centration is obviously serious.
of the 'Army ; IRBM would result
in an. even greater concentration
of development in Southern Calif California.
ornia. California. This concentration is alrea already
dy already the ( S'lirrce of considerable
"The division of responsibility
for liquid enl solid fuel propul. -Sion
between the Army and Na
vy was bad management, but
was the only condition under
which the Navy would agree te
remain Jn partnertlp wjtlj the
iArmy. t" , ,.f.. .,
"Actually, the Armv's ; "Red.
stone-JPL solid propellant '.. team
was tne only experienced and the
best qualified team" to undertake
the solid development.',
. "As the months passed it be became
came became annarent that the solid bro-
pellant development- threatened to
divide' the Army -'Navy partner
ship. Navy enthusiasm and "opti "optimism
mism "optimism to better the (censored by
Drew Pearson) objective date
caused them to place demands
for guidance assistance that would
jeopardize the i (censored by DP)
date for the liquid Jupiter.
ARMY OUT IN COLD
It seeitif that no service is go
ing to permit the Army to devel.
op for that service a weapon sys system
tem system of the importance of Jupiter.
"Ihe Jos of the. Jupiter pro-
gram vtould destroy Jne basis for
the "leadersiiip of the" Army 'bal.
listic 'missilbe, ajfency'"by remov
ing the ; challenging development
work required to keep their de
velopment team together under
civil service Conditions.
"The key scientists of the AB ABMA
MA ABMA team can generally com com-mand
mand com-mand double their current sola
ries with Industry.
"They remain with the army
because the Army has provided'
challenging work which has per.
mitred them to lead the ballis ballis-tie
tie ballis-tie missile field and thus en-'
hence their' reputations.
"These facts mean that the de denial
nial denial to the Army of an operation operational
al operational requirement for intermediate
range ballistic missiles will result
in serious attrition to the best bal-
listic missile team in the United
States at a time when the devel-
worry from e defense standpoint opment of a ballistic missile is of ,1
u snouiQ db, notea mat tit
aircraft industry .and. particularly
me uougias aircraft 'comoanv o-
penly oppose the 'development '" of
i any missile by a government a
gency. n f (
the ntmost national urgency."
Further; revelations from the'
guided missile report and the de debate
bate debate inside the armed services
will be published in the sear fu-.
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Just Tofan'' i4nc Tvirliri :,
By ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Now
It'i the Arkansas "acting school"
f talkin and twirlin.'
But hold on. this 'required
Lifted cvebrows 'competed with
lifted vnirea in the facultv room
of-., fashionable Miss Hewitt's
School foi Girls, located on 75th
Street jU3t off New York's Park
"On of OUR girls in Bread Bread-way
way Bread-way play?" someone was gasp gasping.
ing. gasping. "Yes. and she's wily H,"
someeiM else gulped. "Net to
mention,"' someone else said
' with a horrified look, "that she's
liwbM KB1T1" ',. ,. !"
Aiuuioiu iu i m
k from Miss Hewitt's, where, they
still remember a. oung Diana
Barrymore; was' considered. With
the young lady's graduation only
four months away, however, the
aeDate turnea 10 f wneuier ;' ue
' should be awarded a diploma.
' But the play, "Be Your Age,
f tnded the debate it flopped, r
pur prolosue happened In 953.
TODAY IT'S a good ch a c : e
'lifted eyebrows :are competing
with lifted0 voices again at Miss
. Hewitt's; The same young r lady,
now a gorgeous 20, is in the- mo mo-.
. mo-. vies' after learning something not
f. ever, even listed in Miss Hewitt s
j Something '-Tour ; heroittd h
sent to Piggot, Ark. (Pop. ,3,000)
to leari-saion twirling, 'r"
. tee1" Reniiek," ithe young lady
; from Miss Hewitt's, dreams a
.bout the voices in tho faculty
'." room saying, "Baton twirling?"
' But a girl, after all can't learn
; everything at Miss Hewitt's. And
"learning to twirl was mighty
important for Lee Rem! e k'
plum role of Betty Lou Clock
m, teenage winner of a south
"., m baton-twirlin', contest In E E-lia
lia E-lia Kazan's new movie, "A Face
' in th Crowd."; :
Hero .Lonesome Rhodes (Andy
Griffith). euitar-o 1 a y i n g folk
' aineer ana. TV star-, watches Bet
tv Lou win the twirling' contest
" and then twirls her off to N e W
I V York as his bride.
Here a the reason xe KemicK,
whose father owns Remick's De
partment Store in. Quincy, Mass.,
and whose mother is New York
actresj Pat Kemick, lived for two
weeks with the Robinson, family
In Piggot, Ark., before starting
her role in the film. :. i-
t It', was, Kazan's idp fhr.on-the-
... 4n.ilir .anI I i r A rli ah.
sas talk lessons. He even hired
the Robinson family daughter, .15-'
TWIRL CIRb-A eomer.inTthf'
. 2- nn .if.af.ftln JLieO
movies w -'
Remick. soon to be seen in A
Face in the Crowd." for her
part as the teen-age winner of,
a baton-twlrUng contest, Lee
was sent to Piggott, Ark., (pon
i nnn where lh lived for Iwo.
weeks.wlth a local family to
acquire an Arxansa
to learnt twirling from the,
family's 15-year-old daughter,,.
year-old Amanda, as Lee's baton
twirling and talkin' tutor. .
"ikin TUIBF'S n n f h h tf' A
mada likes to do better," Lee of
tne low, sexy voice uugnea no me
at lunch in Hollywood. "Wf twirl twirled
ed twirled and 'talked and twirled ; and
talked until I was all out talked
"Then on a hot August aay,
Kazan shot the twirling contest
on a high school football field
in Piggott. Twirling is one thing
but acting while yon twirl is
something else." V '
US Fears nationalist Demands
To Follbv 'Peepihg Tom' Case
TAIPEI, May 22 (UP) t- A
U. S. Army- master sergeant
pleaded innocent to -voluntary
mansiaugnter cnarges iuuj
'peeping torn snooung cao moi
U. S. officials feared mignt leaq
ft Nationalist demands for legal
jurisdiction over American
servicemen on ormosa. ?
M. Sgt. Robert G. Reynolds, a
42-vear-old Koreanv War veteran
from Colora, Md. faced an eight-
man ceneral court-maruai in me
first case of Us kind here.
His defense counsel, capt.
Charles Steele of Okmulgee,
Okla.. cross-examined five prose
cuuon wimesses in an aiieuiui, iu
show that Reynolds acted in self-
defense when he snot and Kuiea
Liu Chi-jan, a 33-year-old Chinese,
on the night of March 20. -, -.
Two U. S. military investigators
and a Chinese police officer .testi .testified
fied .testified the sergeant told them he
shot Liu twice with a .22 caliber
pistol when he discovered him at
his bathroom window peeking at
Mrs Reynolds while ahe took a
shower. ; ,, : j
A group of about' 150 "Chinese
and Americana watched the five
hour opening session in a small
military -chapel that had' been
converted into a courtroom.-'
It was the first, time the U.' S.
Army has i opened a court-martial
to Chinese spectators here. The
onlookers included Liu's 29-year
old wido w and 20-montb-old
The case assumed political sig'
nificance in the' midst a of -U,
S. negotiations with Nationalist
China for a status of forces agree agreement,
ment, agreement, covering 1 legal jurisdiction
of American servicemen here. 4
.Some U. S.. officials feared the
case muht lead the Chinese to
nress ior -authority to try Ameri
can s e r i c e m e n f or off-duty
crimes., Thus far the Chinese have
left jurisdiction over U. S. service
personnel strictly In American
The five full colonels and" three
master sergeants trying Reynolds
-At 20,-Lee Remick's -four years
of professional acting credits are
long and impressive. Now under
contract to Kazan's independent
film company, she's destined, I'm
sure, for a bright celluloid future
when "A Face in the Crowd'f- be
cornea theater marque bait teasli
this summer. 'f 1
i LIB RIMICK has toured in
summer stock with Rudy Vallee
in "Jenny Kissed Me" and last
summer she played the Marilyn
Monroe role opposite Art Carney
in 'The Seven Year itcn. ; J
But most important vof. all, she
learned her acting ABO on TV,
playing lends on such shows as
Kraft, Circle Theater, Studio One,
and Robet Montgomery Presents,
More i' recently ; she was the
voune actress who changed her
mind about being in love wim mo
vie producer Jack Palance on
TVs Last Tycoon."
No, Eli Kazan didn't send
Uo, tohiiNew York Actors'
Studio as a warmup for "A
, Fic. in thoXrowd.--
"'He sent me,!'1 Lee laughs,1 Ho
the Piggot, Ark., school ox wm
In' and talkin.
assured the Court today they
would not be influenced by politi
cal pressures from either the.
Americans' or. the Chinese.
Chinese officials insist the Rey
nolds' trial wa, an isolated case
and would have no bearing on the
current negotiations. .
The most damaging testimony
to the defense today came from
Chmese maid who has worked
for the Reynolds family for nearly
two years. ;
Miss 'Vao' Li-mal 'testified that
there was only a four or five-
second interval between 'the 'two
pistol snots that Reynolds fired
at Liu. ;(":
! But Reynolds, 'in a previous
signed confession introduced as a
prosecution exhibit, had said he
ftPArl -tho .firet ehnt mt- T.in find
then Went inside his house to tell
ms wue to eau police.
I Reynolds': contended that it was
after he' went outside again and
Liu sprang at him that he fared
the second shot,
- Military investigators testified
that Reynolds told them he sur
prised Liu up on the 8-inch ledge'
of his oatnroom winuow.
"Ha: claimed he" shot the prowler
onlv after Liu picked up an object
from tne ground that looxed use
. i li... im ,,'i.i.i't''.-J
a: jmck-w. ient(ia m. pipe -uu
advanced toward him. ?
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Accordihn to a news Item from
the Paily -ColleRlant at Pennsyl
vania state University.' State
College.. Pa., 'the Navy Reserve
Officers 'Training Corps' Drill
Teain, commanded by widship-
man Thomas. W.-iGfrimiSorii for former
mer former Balboa High. School stu student,
dent, student, Won the Milton W. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower Trophy in the '. annual
Mothers' Day trill 'Team com competition
petition competition "between the Army. Air
Force and Navy ROTO Units
held at Pennsylvania State Uni University
versity University on May 12. This was the
first!' year the Navy" Team won,
the award in this competition.
Tom. a senior in architecture
at Penn State, graduated from
Balboa High School in ,1953. In
that year he was Cadet Cap
tain of Company A of the Bal Bal-boat
boat Bal-boat Unit of the Junior ROTC
and at the Annual Awards Ball
was awarded the Governor's Cup
presented to the cadet maklnp
the highest mark in the an annual
nual annual examination in Military
Science, the Most Distinguished
Cadet Awards and the Com Commanding
manding Commanding General, Caribbean Air
Command medal for having at attained
tained attained the highest daily average
in Military Science and Tactics
Tom, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Rex E. Beck of Balboa, and
grandson of retired Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal employes, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas I. Grlmison. will arrive
on the Isthmus on June ft for
sl weeks visit with his family.,
' ti t !(,
.rBy LEE CpTTON
Well, this has been a rather Tiec Tiec-tic
tic Tiec-tic weA in Junior College. The
halls were gaily bedecked with
campaign posters in suDoort of the
candidates for S. A. president, and
on Friday the election assembly
Tony Noboa,' as Bev' Boyett's
campaign manager, was the first
speaker,' after which Bev herself
ripped off a few excellent remarks.
Lee ureent then reminded one and
all of the sottball game scheduled
tor -that ailernoon. George, Gerch-
ow, aidea ny ttetn utile, was the
last speaker. '" j
During the course pf a riotous
Softball game that afternoon, word
leaked out that Ding Dong is re returning
turning returning to his first love. The
game was finally broken up when
both teams stalked off the field in
protest ot one of the umpire's de-
i cisions, Luckily, and happily, there
were no pop ootues to throw at
The Freman-Sophomore b a n-
quel Friday night was an enjoy
able amir, climaxed by the read'
ing of Mr. Lyon's poem celebrat
ing (l tmnk that s tne word) the
departure ot the sophomores. Re Retiring
tiring Retiring president Gus Mellander an
nounced George Gerchow as next
year's S A. president. We wish him
the best of luck, :
'.;tr'"' V '.'a;''. 1
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOURI
th BIG ironing
U I 4A If t
THE ISRAELITE BENEFICENT SOCIETY
will pay homage to
Oiabbi Ylathan Within,
Friday May 24, at 9:00 p.m.
in recognition of his 20 years of activities
for the good of the community
other Softball game was hed in
celebration of George's victory.
Final score in this game was in
the neighborhood of1 20 to .2 al although
though although accurate figures are im impossible.
possible. impossible. Dave Hilliard, recovering
from a shakv first lnnine in which
ha made three errors, participat
ed in wl snappy double plays for
the losers and managed to lose a a-bout
bout a-bout three pounds during the
course of the game.
DAWN'S EARL LIGHT DEPT:
No answer' as yet to the invitation
offered the two young misses from
Buffalo, New York. So I say again,
anytime they're interested, come
on over; The day has come. Gus
got a notice from his untie to re report
port report for hir physical. He's trying
to plead diplomatic immunity, but
he's still pretty shook up about h
Hee, hee. As Mr. Bown ..say s,
"Well, so much for that." Sugges Suggestion:
tion: Suggestion: Watch Sgt. Bilko on TV, Gus.
He may have a few angles (tho'
not many) you don't know about.
Well, that s ft for now. See ya
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' MRS. PETER FECA FETED AT GALA TEA PARTY
31124 BY FT. CLAYTON OFFICERS' WIVES
' Mrs. Peter Feca, wife of the Commanding; Officer of Ft.
Clayton, was guest of honor at a farewell tea party given by
the Ft Clayton Officers' Wives Club yesterday afternoon.
Among the many distinguished ladies present were Mrs.
"'Robert Montague, Mrs. Louis T. Heath vanl Mm. LouU V.
-,Hl Mrs!epeca was presented with a farewell rift of a silver
I punch bowl set. .... ...
"t- The tables were decorated with green silk clothes and
.inr .irnaiinn arrangements for the occasion.
Opening Concert Toussieh,
In Honor UelenJca.
PracHont and Mrs. Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr., will be guests of hon-.
r at the gala opening ol tne con concert
cert concert season at the National The
The National Orchestra will per-
form. under the direction oi .row.
; Herbert De Castro.
t Given Luncheon
i-The Ambassador of Brazil in
""Panama and Mrs. Aguinaldo Fra Fra-a
a Fra-a luncheon at the Eirv
residence Sunday in honor
tfif the Brsrilian delegation to the
' FEDECAME convention, which is
being held at th Hotel El Pana-ma.
For Two Doctors' Wives
!:'. Mm. Gerald Cosarove and Mrs,
Carlos Llanes were guest? of hon-
i m- nt a nFDeaiaa cuuee kivcu hi
Alhwullr OffUar' f!llh thil 1110111
king by Mrs. Victor Hirschman and
. p;.iis. Clarence newiw.
sMrs. Cogrove U leaving soon
Twith her family to make her home
.Ijrt Oak Ridge, Tennessee, where
f tmr husband will continue his
!. wnrk as a n&tholoeist. Mrs. Llanes
j' is leaving to return to Miami Flor
ida, when- her nusoand win re-
sums, his private practice in ra
Sammy Witkin, George
Just as predicted beforehand
members of, the Ft, Kobbe Offi
cers wives' uiud enjoyed many
laughs Thursday at their "Hard-1
luck" luncheon. Members donned
their worst clothes to attend and
appeared in everything from tight,
old-time dresses to burlap sacks,
with most eery item being, far
Hostesses Mesdames Raymond
a. isanxs, j. j. siager and John
K. Ottley outdid themselves in
carrying out the theme from be-
ginning to end. Largo newsnaner
signs aavcnisea "ree Punch" in
the anteroom where Mr. Slager
pourea rum puncn irom a laundry
Ducicei una paper cups, unattrac
tive wiltcl leaves placed in beer
cans adorned the table, which
was covered with a ragged and
patched cloth. Luncheon was then
servtd in the dining room where
the tables caused much comment
and laughter. Newspapers used as
tablecloths: paper towels ifor A in
dividual place mats; candles;1 a
glow in beer bottles: cans cut in
tricatel, Into ashtrays and large
sprays of dead leaves in beer cans
all made for appropriate and con
versa t tonal nard-time decorations.
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MISS PATRICIA LOUISE
8WAFFORD is g r a d uating
from Bob Jones Academy In
Olenvllle, South Carolina, May
25. Her mother Mrs. Delmas A.
Swafford U leaving today to
attend lier graduation.
U'l Executive Veep Refutes
Alleged Decline of Hollywood
Jackson; Hardest-up, Mrs, W 11 11-liam
liam 11-liam H. Flf ghman; Most Original,
Mrs. William K. Keller, and Most
Gorgeous, Mrs. J. W, Lane..y ?;
Instead of 'the uiual door priz prizes,
es, prizes, Mrs. Roberto Peralta, chair chairman
man chairman of the Entertainment C o m m-mittec,
mittec, m-mittec, announced that winners of
the lucky numbers would have to
work for their prizes in various j
play-oL games. After selecting the
winners of Jive various comical
games, the sixth and final play playoff
off playoff determined Mrs. Thomas Dor-
sey and Mrs. V. B. Swan as win winners
ners winners of the grand prizes. Both
were awarded lovely table cloths
A clothes-line draped with, clothe presented by Mrs. Frank D. Mil-
f lbrai Birthday
. With Poeltide Party
t David Zsdd. son of Dr. and Mrs,
U'ianfred Engel, celebrated his Feierlein,
M2th' birthday with a swimming
JVarty and luncheon at the El Pa-r-nrna
Swimming Pool. J
'TThose-atttnding: the party were
I Eeter Berget Larry Bergerr'Sam-
and- strung behind the officers'
table and a hobo typo eampfire.
complete win old pans, untensils.
potatoes and onions, placed at the
entrance of the dining room com
pleted the motif of unfortunate
After luncheon 'Mrs. otto E.
the following guests: Mesdames
Joseph P. Michl, Robert Mathias,
Joseph G. vazauei. Lowell Wool
en and Mfss Kayo Feierlein. Wood
rose corsa aes were presented to
rfiv Bettsak. Victor Canas, Manuell Mrs. A. G. Fingerhut and Mrs
JVlvalle, Roget EngeL.JD.i,,kyiJohn G. AppeLwno are soon de-
Frank. Casey Fredericks, Keith
Glickenhaus, ScOtty GlkkenliaBS,
Felix Lasreze. Jimmy KarAlese.
fDousie Major, Alfred OsbornP, Pa-
a n aT-i C2H-.. V
Darting for the United States
Mrs. Feierlein announced the
following an costuma winners for
the day: Best dressed.' Mrs. F. B
ET1 i Simmons; Funniest,1 Mrs. C. T.
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drawn the numbers to select the
contestants Consolation prizes of
handkerchiefs were awarded to
Mesdames Joseph G. Vazquez, H
L. Swenn, L. C. Wood, R. J. Earl,
Divid Litowski and Frank J
Spiegelberc as runners-up in the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Mcs Sctla'c J
HOLI YWOOD, May 22 (UP)
. A.. J 11 111-
a two munon aoiiar uou iuu
broueht by actress Dorothy Dan
dridge against Confidential maga
zine has heen settled, her attorney
said today. vj: ?,
Attorney Leo Branton Jr. said
Confidential paid Miss Dandridge
a cash settlement in five figures"
and agreed to print' a retraction
in a prominent and conspicuous
place In its forthcoming issue.
Suit was filed against the maga magazine
zine magazine last March 26 over the article,
"What Dorothy Dandridge Did in
The Woods", which appeared in
the May 19T7 issues.
Branton raid the retraction was
agreed on by publisher Robert Har
The Negro actress In a cable to
Branton from France said she
hoped her settlement would give
"more people the courage to fight
back against such scandal publi
! CREAMof SHRIMP
mm ii wim ilt
ROME, Italy, Alfred E. Daff,
executive vice-president of univer universal
sal universal ficiures auu president of s
overseas subsidiary, launched a
fortnnsnt attack against' recent
statement concerning the so-call
ed "decline of Hollywood," at a
recent session of Universal-Interna
tiuau's Europtcn sales con-
ferenca here. &;ir
it is absolute nuns:." declared
Daff. ''All this talk of the decline
of Hollywood is merely the decline
Of some companies, uue in moat
cases to umprtunate company cir cir-cuuibiaoces.
cuuibiaoces. cir-cuuibiaoces. -inert is no more decline-
in Hollywood than there is
in the film production of France,
Germany, Italy and fcngiana.
Xooay almost 70 per cent of the
world's screen time is devoted ti
Hollywood made pictures Datf
pointed out., adding that this fact
could not be disputed ny anyone
acauainted with tne business:
Referring to U-I's operations
Daff revealed that the company
civilized world and to all oi tnem
U-I's standing had greatly increas
ed in the oast five years, "we are
stiu opening brancnet, wnue otner
companies are closint theirs." he
"Our global busuiess has Increas
ed 39 per cent over tne last live
vears." Daff pointed out: "and our
foreign-business has gone up 78
ner cent in the same period."
A grand ovation was given chair
man of the board mte J. isium
ber by the representatives of the
21 European countries present at
the conterence. Blumber remind
ed the deleates that Universal was
45 years voung" and that Holly
wood has seen many evolutions and
revolutions from all of which uni universal
versal universal had emerged even strong stronger
er stronger than before.
ViceDreaident and foreign gen
eral manager, Americo Aboaf, told
the conference that the just com completed
pleted completed 1957 Daff Drive was the
most successful of any in the com-,
Danv's history. "Billings for Uu
last week In the European division
alone were- ever one million dol dollars."
lars." dollars." he revealed.
In adiiuoa, ten, territories
throughout the world' established
new records for billings, bookings
and collections. Latin America in
winnin the Daff Cup emblematic
of divisional supremacy exceeded
their last year s drive figure by 11
per cent while Indonesia, the drive
wmniug territory, surpassed their
last year's drive mark by 5J, per
cent Aboaf stated.
, Attending, his tirst U-I conven convention
tion convention since his appointment as gen general
eral general manager oi JARFID, U-I dis
tributor In tha united lundom,
Frederick Thomas was Introduced
to the deleates by. Daff. Thomas
had an inspiring; talk about pre prevailing
vailing prevailing conditions in Britain today,
- Other speakers Included conti continental
nental continental lUDcrvisor John Snires who
presented the delegates with a con
cise overall pictura or tne Euro
pean market, and continental sales
manager Mario Jordan who dealt
specifically with the sales aspect
for tne coming year. Continental
head auditor. Dick BrettU discuss
fd financial matters while Fortu-
nat Uaronat, director of foreign
publicity, stressed the necessity
tor. tha closest cooperation be
tween tne publicity and sales de
partments of all countries and.
oeiter understanding of public re-l
lanons in reara to potn the trade
and the world public.
At the conclusion of the session
the conference hall in the Hotel
Excelsior was rearranged to ac
comodate the guests invited to
special reception. Among those
present were U.S. Ambassador to
Italy, James Zellerbach; Count
Carlo Galeazzl and Calvaliere Fla-
mini representing the Vatican:
prominent exhibitors, political and
civic dignitaries and other mem members
bers members of the international diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic corps and Church, together
with all members of U-I's Italian
organization. . - 1
4 Per Cent Rise
In Mail Volume
WASHINGTON, May: 22 (UB) (UB)-Postm
Postm (UB)-Postm aster Gen Arthur E .- Sum
merfield. renewing his budget bat
tie with Congress, estimated today
the nation's mail volume will rise
four per cent next year -to an all-
time high of 61,100,000,000 pieces.
He said this would require his
department to deliver 1,400,000,000
more pieces of. mail than it ex
pected thn President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower submitted his postal estimates
to Congress last January!
Both the House and Senate have
passed 'bills cutting the $3,25,000, $3,25,000,-000
000 $3,25,000,-000 postal budget for fiscal 1958
by 58 million dollars.' The mea measures
sures measures are. now awaiting action by
a conference committee.
Sum merfield, who waged an un
successful light to have the funds
restored, warned at the time that
he would be forced to curtail miil
service in July unless he got the
full amount plus maybe 90 million
He cited the increased mail vol volume
ume volume tn support of his plea foe the
full budget appropriation and for
a postal rate increase to wipe out
part of the annual deficit in carry carrying
ing carrying the mail.
"The more business we do or,
laying it another way, the more
service we provide to the Ameri American
can American people the more money we
lose and the greater the deficit we
incur for the taxpayers,". Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield said.
Summerfield discussed the need
for more funds in a statement and
in a copyrighted interview with
U.S. News and World Report,
weekly news magazine.
- Each notice (or Inclusion in this
column should be submitted ia
typa-writton form and mailtd ao
tba box number littad daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Orherwin," or daliverad
fey hand to tha office. Notice of
meetings cannot bo accepted by
CZ Art League '
The Canal Zone Art League will
noia us juay meeting in the Libra
ryol the JWB-USO on-Friday at
7:40 p.m. Ail members and pros prospective
pective prospective members are 'urged to at attend.
tend. attend. .
CZ Gem And Mineral
ihe Canal Zone Gem and Miner
al Society will hold their May
meeting in Balboa Friday evening.
The busines meeting will be con
ducted by Mrs. Patsy .Ryan. ; At
tne close of the regular meeting
Captain George H.' Hamilton" will
talk on grinding of auartz lenses
for variou purposes. This prom
ises to De very interesting, and all
members are urged to attend. z
Atlantic Bridge Club : :' 1 ,
The regular weekly bridge
games played at the.? Margarita
Clubhouse will begin tomorrow eve evening
ning evening promptly at 7:15. Anyone who
enjoys a -good game of bridge is
most welcome any Thursday eve
ning. For further information call
M"s. Havden Jones, 3-1892 any day
after 9 a.rn, v 1
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Rev; Dunn To Be
The1 officers and members of
the Grupo -Industrial de Rio Aba-
jo will hold a special meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night in honor oft he Rev.i
David A. Dunn, who will be leav
ing the Isthmus shortly.".
The meeting will be held at the
a home of W. C. McBarnette in Rio
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kindness and; sympathy during my bereavementL
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Farmers In East
To Own Tractors
BERLIN. May 22 (UP) The
official East German Communist
party newspaper disclosed today
that Soviet zone farmers were de
manding private ownership of
tractors and the abolishing of
state or orated tractor stations.
The newspaper '-'Neues Deutsch
land "denounced the farmers as
"enemies of the state." It said
that tractors would continue to be
owned by th Communist state and
lent to farmers.
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Wednesday: May 22, 1957 .. 1 1
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Sociai and Oth
h t ; r
VTWinoll nf Philadelphia, j Pi
w VUJU1VU r .
time a .In.ifrt.ime resident 01 l n e
t .;;. Mn anrl Mrs. Geo
Kina of Mt; Bethel, Pennsylvania,
are the metefrnal grandparents.
Hold "Laditt Night"
At Tivoli Guest Heusa ;'
- The Balboa Lions Club will hold
a special "Ladies Night' meeting
s tu xjtol T i.v nil
Kalhnu whirh the Governor-elect Bataa Clatsa
t r:!.:t imn l T inni Tntprna- Start Aaain
LCMOto "" 'The weekfy batea classes of the
This will be DrT 'Arlas' only op- USO-JWB Armed Torces Service
-i"..w" .'.j .l. d i h .!ri.r aill resume its evele -to-
Puiiuuuy io aueuu mo "i i .1. L- .1 .m
Lions IJ1UD aCUVlues prior io ma usr ujunun
r?,P for rhe Intefnaional Lions The class was temporarily sus-
Club convention in San Francisco
the first week in June.
In addition to Dr. Arias, spe special
cial special gupsfi will include the also
.....i.. .iam4.kj rniama -.Tjnrifi Club
jicwiy-cievieu 1 itui
- Queen Miss Carmina Monzo, andi
the previous, Queen, Miss Maria
Elena Anzols. Mrs. 'Anna Monzo
,.,;! .ttAnd ,mith hnth Queens. I
lef c.- wiaa 01 Sherman unxs
schoUrship award will attend ln- -.
honor ot the winner. Miss Judith if !.J II
Engelke. Miss Engelke wiU aisoj-nr MRfilOriSl UC
pended due to the illness of its in-
..,(. Mr Arthur M 0 k r a V.
However; members are reminded
bv this, notice of the resumption
of classes. r Y
? .1 1 1 a. ' 1 J 1
Army Running Qui
be a guest of the club
Other local Lion officials have
1.. 1 A iniritat-mna TMV tne
Been icuucicu m .- --- j
ffair t which all' local Balboa
Lions are expected to attend 4 with
their lady lionesses.
i Misa Edna Lecke ,-".,
Fated At Fartvrall r
. Mic Frtnn Toke. daughter
Ur m: Mrs. Horatio Locke
. Curundu. was
WASHINGTON, -May 22 (UP)--
The Army does not. have enougn
World War u bnermsn, unm uu
wants '' to discourage euorts to
obtain them for war memorial
"News f accounts," 0 r 1 g i n-yn-known,
have indicated that vast
..I. a iL. i.Hla i aia AVftll-
oil """""r "r.if.iitip and veter
HoraUo Locke f orgaizatidns on request and
guest of honor at lamet of $ioo demilitarization
hv Mis DUO tr. .f
Remhenek at her home in Curun ee
du. t The truth is, the Army says,
ch pivpn a Panamanian .... .... u. w .Vinut a dozen
dime dipped in gold as a venir,lJ" ai. od M4 tank8: Most of them
are alreadyv earmarKea forhwar
memorial?.1 ;i :'..
For the curious, ; w- zwj.
1090 Kcs., Colon 1
. Xeiephbnes: 1-S066 Panama
Today, -Wednesday. May 22
4:30 What'f Your Fa?orit (re-j
quests .HUMu.a7 jpuw
' till 3:00) :
5:35-What's Your F o r i t
8:00 Allen Jackosn ;, Commen-
e-l$i.BLUE : RIBBON -SPORTS
, REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls tWRUL)
7;00-Halls Of Ivy -7t30
VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
o-nnvmi Asked For It (re-
' quests taken by phow
ift-7nriivftirftri dt America
AW.WW V " .
11:00 Ja2z TiU Midnight
12:00 sign on. .
; ...in Ko lovincr Frida'
with hr n.-.rents to make -v; her
home in the State4-.-f."-'-..-
. Thoso,who attended; the desnedi
. j.. .ira F.Hna Tirke. Diana Lem
hpnk Tessie Bembenek, P e n n yi
Lee, Barbara Fuqua, Suzanne Kee.
lin. Jeanie' Levine, Annie Critch,
Jane and. Sheila Holcroft, v Diana
Gail Cobb. i
Mr, And ,Mrs. O'Donnell
Announca Birth t
Of Third DauBhtaf
Mr. ana jurv. juhh v. hn
Jr.; of. Margarita announce nhe 35ton vehicles..
Dirtn 01 ineir iiuru tuuu
daughter on Monday, at the co coco
co coco Solo llospial. The baby's pa pa-crnal
crnal pa-crnal grandmother, Mrs. John T.
it be known today mat
fee it 'Charge ; 4 tvfii
small part 01 me wb v
getting a tank for a war memo memorial..
rial.. memorial.. Transportation charges add
toon to ttifl mil.
anomer jjw ..
The Army's M4 tanxs ro
at Annistonw Aiav, ana
n. rru- mvmArm $ aVI anVOne
,nt.rtPd in getting one ought
.kA..v 1na1 freiffht author
tronsnortauon cosn wi
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DUI MIM) u www
t ikia. rwiM kut nua
mKmmmm MIOiCAllO tOWtlt
To Hold Program
Sunday Afternoon x
rnt.. n...t imorienn Tlishrict (if
xne ciili ----- -- ...
the Loyal Order of Shepherds wdl
sponsor "An evening who ci
Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Loyal
Dsvid Lodge hall on N Street. f
Tickets are being aold by mam mam-bers
bers mam-bers of the lodge.
' Tomorow, Thursday, May 23
:0u Sien On Alarm Clock
Club irequesta taken
. by phone tui i:w
n.tA Knmlno elnn Pnncert
8:15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveme r.
: 00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:0' fiplhs and Needles (re-
quests taken by phone
1 till 8:30) .,
VICq I'oalesi Case
Exp:cl:d To End
For Uck Of Fads
Mvmrv. Tt aW (XTPI -The
prosecutor in the Wilma Montesi
trial nf th renturv". nairt todav
that the raven-haired Roman beau
ty died of a criminal act." nut
he admitted that there were no
facts available to support a finding
of manslaughter in her death.
. With this summation by. Pro
secutor Cesare Palmlnteri, the
case which has dragged on since
Miss Montesi's death in 1933
neared its end, v ;
r Her body was found on ; tha
baach near Ostia, a fashionable
retort near Rome, on April II,
1953. At first It was rulod aho
diad of accidental drowning. Lat
er allegations wore i that sho
was murdered following a series
tsndod by high-ranking Italians.
There were three main defend
ant invnlvpfl hftHpH hv PiArn
Piccioni, son of ,a former foreign
minister of Italy. Eleven others
faced minor charges. ;
Pilhlii nnfnlAn vbi ; imnulnnaA
that Piccioni, charged with man
slaughter in Wilma's death, would
an frpp Palmintnri'a arimiaeinn tn.
day strengthened that feeling.
; vYiima moniesi went to tne os ostia
tia ostia beach with someone and died
there1. Palminteri said in ., hit
summation. "In the actual state
of facts,' however, we know little
aooui ner aeatn. remaps some
dayiiri the future we will know.
"If the law had given us great
er power, we might have been a-
bie to know it here at V e n i i e.
Unfortunately.' that hn not han
And N e e dies
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Honeymoon Is Over For Eisenhower And Big Business;
Congress Ducks Blame For All-Time High Expenditures
wicwrMnTnM Wav 22 fUP .' 'Riff business, maneuvered ; by
Thpr'a a. Tnmmv Manvilla touch some smart politicians such as
to .President Eisenhower's second .Thomas E. Dewey cf New York,
term honeymoon with big business.
Perhaps it never really wm true
love. 1 ,i. i .. i i i
"But Wilma Mnntoai Hisfl nnti.
theless: of a criminal act in tha
vicinity of the beach where her
nau-nuae Doay was found."
Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies
12:30 Sweet Ana Hot
1:00 News i
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45-Spirlt Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show t
4-llirrer1riv Martin Show
2:30 Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-Tha-
. 1:00 Hank Snow And Rla
V: : Rainbow Ranch Boy a
1:15 Sammy Kay a Show
3:30 Music For Thursday -nnireatura
,4:30 What's Your Favorite re
r, quests taken by phone
t "U j:uu; r
')tnKewa S :
:35 What'a Tour T a t r 1 1
1:00 Allen jackosa Commen-
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
v S REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from O.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
1:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by pbonr
till 7:30) 7:30)-10:30
10:30 7:30)-10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 1 '''-
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11:00 Concert Under The Stars"
ia:uu sign uii., v
Explosion Rips. -Railway
In Italian Town
CASERTA, Italy, May 72 (UP)
An explosion ripped through a rail railway
way railway tunnel under construction at
nearly, spcieto today. Killing two
workmen and seriously injury) g six
oiners. : ,
Fifteen workers wero In the 450-
yard gallery when tha explosion
eaved in the root ot to a tunnel just
Srnnt Moot In r
A meeting or me commission
ers' stair of tne international
Boy Scouts of the Canal Zone
will be held at Building 6071 (Boy
scout snacKj, ttainoqw vuy, on
rnuay evening at
Amnno fh tmnortant. huclnMa
to be discussed, will be the par participation
ticipation participation of troops of the organ organization
ization organization in tha Decoration Day
ceremonies Mar 30. at Mt. Hone
and Paraiso. Members, of the
commissioners' ataff are urged
to attend. ,
Supreme Court Ads
WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Supreme Court today let stand
a decision which threw out the ra racial
cial racial integration plan for Memphis
Slate College as inadequate..
i The court acted in brief order,
with no opinion.
Thn case was started bv five Ne
gro applicants who were (termed
admission to the college, one ox
several onerated bv the state. Ten
nessee resDonded with a desegre
gation nlan which provided -' for
mixed classes at tne graduate iv-
1 in and thrn at tha rate
of one class per year for the next
four years,, starting with the sen
ior ClaSS,, .'-.!
, '!v't"-"'"1'w:''f' f '
Time it wnnlri ho five vear be
fore Negro high- school graduates
could enter. : .
' Tli. 'no i tnlatfraVinn' nlan aloil
annlioH tn Miridlo Tennessee State
College, Murtreesboroi tast Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee State College Johnson City,
Austin Peay State College, Clarks-
vlue; Tenenssee roiytecnmc insu-
tufa PnAlrovillo : r.mnA : TpnnoMKOA
Agricultural and Industrial State
W T .. M T XT 1 T 1 1
university wr egroeB-,asnviue
The state contended that any
faster integration would deprive
the school of its accredited stand stand-ins
ins stand-ins in the Southern Association of
Colleges. It' explained that the ad
HoH nnrnllment in the alreadv OV
er-taxed facilties would bring the
exnenditure Per pupil below the
iaoo minimum reauired for ac
A federal district court in Mem
phis approved the integration plan
but was reversed by the 6th U.S.
Tiroiiit rnnrt nf Anneals. In a 2
to 1 ruling the Appeals Court said
the State Board of Education may
limit the admissions but hot on
tho k.i!i af raoa nr.'rfllnr.'
4 The appeals court suggested that
one means or i prevenung over,
crowding would be to y eliminate
put-up the brains, the money and W, H. Doerfner Is general maav
the- arguments to nominate anatager oi vun s oieeruig
elect Eisenhower in 1952. sion. A fortnight ago be wrote U
They yearned for a friend in the the resident protesting your un
Tf vrm want, In nnnear socially
at ease, one of the things you
must iwiu w i
briefly and to take your leave
promptly. The person who fidg
ets around dragging out his
goodby ana men nesiiates w
break away is a problem td a
She can't go back to ner otner
r a. Mi II-. 1... 'aan
ayiit aiTiLii in viiim.ii v nu iccu
the Blow leave-taker on his way.
tXhif 14iti"2A aftAr Inn a vparti 1 nf
liilV 11VUUV V,a. tllin J VW1 w wrwm
Franitlin D. Roosevelt and Harry
n m.. ....... mi. . L .1 1 T.. j3
a. iruman. iney gu umir mtiiu
in. Now many of the. President s
former supporters believe he 'has
stabbed them in the back with big
v i u:..u .....
. Anyone who knows a lick about
0nvornmpnt is awure that VtiTi-
gress, equally with the President,
is roannnsihlA fnr the high rate nf
government expenditures now pro-
.. .. j ...... n....:
posea, ana lur nigii mra. busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen do not know much abnit
government, howeve.-, nor do most
voters. So Eisenhower is getting
all the discredit for the proposed
budget for fiscal 1958. It isn't fair,
but it is, a political fact with which
the administration must reckon.
Tiic symptoms of business dis dis-enrhantment
enrhantment dis-enrhantment ; with Eisenhower
were evident recently at the Hot
Srpings, Va., meeting of the Com
merce Department'3 Business ao ao-viesnrv
viesnrv ao-viesnrv Cnuncil. More eranhicallv.
a tnn ifrwor Cpnpral Motors of
ficial recently public.'y rebuked Ei
. John Bell
Retiring From Army
After Long Service
. M-Sgt. John. Rv Bell, t section
chiefs wheeled vehicle section,' 17th
nhiiiM. Pnmnanv Fnrt f!laV
ton,, will retire June .30 from the
Army after completing more than
26 years of active service. f; ,: :.
BeU has served in tne u a n a 1
Tone since Nov. 10. 1956. and is
Uetiring at his own, request."
Beu servea in jne r.uropean
Command from December, 1948
to August, iyoz ana uom matca,
1953 to April, 1956.
Hie awarria include the Ameri
can Defense Service Medal, -the
American campaign service
Medal, the World War, II Victo Victory
ry Victory Medal, the Army, of -Occupation
Medal' (Germany), the "Na "National
tional "National Defense Service Medal, and
the Good Conduct Medal with four
Ha will return to the United
States to join his wife and fami family,
ly, family, presently residing at BU-. Ho.
i, MaryaviUVOhio. f J f
sound monetary policies and your
new ueai mspireu uuvcmu
WPA means Works PrcsTen
Administration, one of tha mnluV ;
billion dollar reuei ana pump pain-
ine oroiects associated with FDB'B
New Deal. i
The United States Chamber at
Comerce, which loved Eisenhow-
er m 1952 and in 1956. doesn't bve.
him any more. The chamber tag- ?
ged the President the other day aa
the biggest tax collector ef all
time, so far.
Eisenhower's is an eye-popping
spending record for an adminis-.
tration which won office on an an-conomy
conomy an-conomy platform. There's nothing
new about that, of ccurse. Only the
old timers here recall the FDR
campaigned in 1932 on an economy
platform. He prompised to trim,
government costs by 25 per cent ;;
and he stuck to it for a motfh
or so after taking office, where whereafter
after whereafter he, as has Eisenhower, be-
gan spending other people's mon money
ey money at a big rate.
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' Sp3 Louis L. Sherman,; (rightjdlfects'tbe ; Fort Kobbo Protestant Chapel Choir.
Sherman and his" wife, Mozelle,' organist -for'the choir, will receive recognition over
CFN television tonight, before leaving for the States on Friday, (U. S. Army
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'GoV. TOTTER, BUYS
FIRST TICKET ; ; :
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Governor William E. Potter,
is shown shortly after- buy-
ing two tickets to the 1957
Pacific Side Independence
Day Celebration fund-raising
dance which is slated for
June 29 at the American Le- ;
gion Club,. Ft. Amador.
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'DAMBllrir VIDPflfC Alumnae cf Ceoria Institute of Technology and their wives enjoy dinner at
rvAfADLIitvl ,lfKCV. ft Rincho Thi, it part 0f .the group which gathered for their InttaKaVn
AT EL RAHCH0 of officers last Wednesday.
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DAI DH A DAIMRHW Newly elected officert'cf.th. ,BdboaAteml)ly Rainbow for pirlt ari .hown
VpALBOA KAINdUW : . at th'eir lnrtaation ceremony at the Balboa Scottish Rite Temple last Wednee Wednee-GIRLS'
GIRLS' Wednee-GIRLS' INSTALLATION day. Miss Joanne Barnes was installed at Worthy Advisor,
- ? t
. ife S001 c' th tftenajers who had fun at ths
JLA.IIIW JlUC Wsthington Hotel latt Friday are (left to
iirnc nllTC Pame' Rcbertaon and Tommy Ebdon, Car
i::..JLRj UKiiLt children and their parertj. jorned" In the
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Father James J. Murphy C
M. pastor of the Holy Family
Catholic Church In Margarl-
I ta is pictured above receiving
Spiritual Bouquets and a
purse from Anthony Raymond
at a dinner given Father Mur-
.' I on the occasion of hie 25th
i 1 anniversary In the i priest
nood. in the loregrouna is
His Excellency, Bishop Jesus
Serrano, C M. FM who spoke
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Yankees i Fof .8
i v. i A , l, ) (. i ' 1
o Go Boys Take Comfortable
vo-Game Margin In A.L
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, May 22 (UP) Those "Go, go"
hite Sox are going all right, with eight straight
ctories and a cozy two-game lead, but get a load
of Casey Stengel, who is slowly going daffy because
his world champion Yankees "ain't hitting a lick."
(Based on 75 Official at Bats)
Player and club t ab ,t b Pet
Aaron, Mil. 28 123 31 45 .366
Hoak, Cinci. 31 105 17 37. .352
Robinson, Cincl; 29 126 26 44 .349
Muslal, St. Louis 29 121 16 42 .347
- That was the story last right Cincinnati; the Cubs nipped the crowe, Cinci.
as southpaw Billy Pierce limited Giants, 4-3; Milwaukee and! Hodges, B'klyn
the Yankees to four hits in beat- Philadelphia played to a 1-1 tie Dark, St. Louis
ing them, 3-1, for his sixth vie- before rain caused the game to Bailey, cinci.
tory and the White Sox' first be called alter five-ana-a-naii, Thomas, Pitts
over the Bronx jsomDers wiis inniugs, ana uie niusuurgu-oi,.
season. Louis game was washed out by
v Pierce, wno strucK oui eigm ram,
i batters to take over the Ameri
can League lead with 45 strike strikeouts,
outs, strikeouts, said it was "the best game"
he pitcnea au year, me xaiiKs
Bertoia's 16th inning single off
reliever Mike Fornieles scored
Paul Foytack from second with
the run that broke up a deacuocK
29 116 16 40 .345
25 96 14 33 .344
28 113 16 38 .336
28 123 21 41 .333
29 97 17 32 .330
28119 11 39 .328
'were popping up on his fast ball whteh had existed since the
anfl either striKing oui on nis sixm. royiacn, wno naa reuevea
tne starter jir
slider or beating it into
jJj'He pitched a fine game,"
' Stengel conceded gioomingly,
but it doesn't matter who's
vV pitching against us these days.
' we're not hitting any of 'em."
The Yankees, who were six
games ahead of the White Sox a
year ago, have dropped three of j
:; their last tour games ana m eacn
of those defeats they scored on only
ly only one tun.
A sixth-Inning error by rook?
le second baseman Bobby Rich'
- rardson paved the way for three
J unearned runs and the down
"fall of Whitey Ford, making his
Sfirst start since May 4. Jim Ri Rivera
vera Rivera singled home the fk-at run'
t Bubba Phillips drove in the sec second
ond second with m squeeze' bunt and
Pierce singled home the third.
Reno Bertoia, Detroit's big sur surprise
prise surprise this year, singled home the
winning run with two out in; the
16th inning in the Tigers' 2-1
fuX,J m. "'fS w'of Boston's errors, had to leave
cual, pitched his first major t. ,',,,,, inincr
1 x 1 i.1 Ml i I. m KdllJC 111 MIC a T V 4 i 4ab
league anuwut anu uie iirsi vy wh hp hit ,n the facp bv
m Bunnins in the 14th.
singled with two out in tne istn,
took second on catcher Joe Gins Ginsberg's
berg's Ginsberg's passed ball and came home
on Bertoia's blow to left field.
Ray Moore pitched the first 15
innings for the Orioles, allowed
only eight hits, and accounted
for Baltimore's only run with his
third homer of the season in the
Pascual struck out eight men
and gave up seven hits in beat-!
inc the Athletics. Rinold Duren,
the1 Kansas City starter, retired
the first 15 batters in order, then
gave up a nomer to ixu Bemeret
in the sixth. The Senators scor
ed another run off him in the
seventh and their final run oil
reliever, Virgil Trucks in the 8th.
, Chico Carrasquers grana-siam
homer helped Early, Wynn to his
victory over the Red Sox.
Wynn pitched a seven-hitter
for his fifth victory while Dave
Sisler was the loser, shortstop
Billy Klaus, who committed three
Simpson, K C.
27 97 21 38 .392
28 91 21 33 .363
27 101 19 38 .356
31 105 11 37 .352
32 115 17 39 .339
28 98 20 33 .337
22 78 11 26 .333
31 82 13 27 .329
30 At Cristobal
SPEEDING ALONG William Evans Is shown taking a. turn
while practicing with his class "A" hydroplane for the Me Memorial
morial Memorial Day speed-boat' ratfes scheduled for the Panama Canal
. yacnt ujud at Cristobal on May 30. ,'
Aaron, firaves 11
Mpon, Cards 9
Adcock,' Braves 6
Robinson,. Redlegs ......... 6
Mathews, Braves ,v . i ..."6
Crowe, Redlegs .. 6
Snider, Dodgers 6
Williams, Red Sox ... 9
Sievers, Senators ,U 8
Mantle, Yanks 7
Zeraial, Athletics 6
(Five tied with 5 apiece)
S ?e x? II js More Encouraging
Reports On Score;
f wasuiiiBtuu piMsiier mjio. jrcai .minrf hfll
ta defeat Kansas City,' 3-0, ana
ieveland beat Boston, 8-2, with
the aid of five Red Sox errors.
, In the National League, south
Saw Johnny P o d r e s hurled
rooklyn to,a 6-1 decision over
Podres scattered nine hits
and did not walk a batter while
leading the Dodgers to their
filfth straight victory. The only
run off him was Ed Bailey's
second inning homer. Pee Wee
Reese and Sandy Amoros hom-
rtted for Brooklyn. Reese driv
ing In three of tne Dodgers'
runs. Hal Jeffcoat was the lo lo-er.
er. lo-er. Cal Neeman's ninth-inning sin single
gle single scored Jim Bolger from sec second
ond second with the run; that gave the
Cubs their' first' home victory of
the season. Stu Miller of the Gi Giants
ants Giants had a 3-2 lead going into
the ninth but an error by third
baseman Foster C&stleman set
the stage for the Cubs' triumph,
credited to reliever Turk Lown.
Willie Mays stole home and also
homered for tne Giants.
Don Cardwell of the Phils and
Gene Conley of the Braves were
locked in a pitchers' duel wnen
rain halted the game. It will be
RUNS BATTED IN -NATIONAL
Aaron,. Braves w.. 29
Furilldi Dodgers 29
Robinson, Redlegs .; 24
Sauer, Giants 22
Hoak, Redlegs ?22
Jones, Phils ... . .J 22
Sievers, Senators 26
Doby, White Sox; . i' 23
Jensen, Red Sox 22
. Sim psoiv-Athletics k.f-., 21
Lollar, White Sox ........ 20
Trucks, Athletics .t. S
Narleski. Indians ... 3
Lablne. Dodgers .... 3
Drysdale, Dodgers ..' 3
Gross, Redlegs 3
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet.
Results and standings follow:
replayed at a later date. Cardwell Sacramento 2, Hollywood 1
had riven ud three hits and Conr
ley four. Bob Bowman drove ml Portland 5, Los Angeles 1
Philadelphia's run with a sacrl
flee fly in the fourth while Qon-
ley singled home the tying; run
In the fifth.
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CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 22
(UP) Another ; encouraging
medical report today strength
ened hopes that Cleveland pitch'
cr Herb score may be able to re
turn to the mound shortly after
june u, tne aay ms name is re removed
moved removed from the disabled list.
The report, issued by eye spe specialist
cialist specialist Dr. Charles Thomas and
Indians team physician Dr.
Donald Kelly, said X-rays have
shown that Score has no frac fractures
tures fractures of the eye and no dis displacement
placement displacement of the nasal bone.
After issuing the bulletin, the
doctors said tests to determine if
Score has suffered any loss of
vision may be started today or
later tnis week.
Dr. Thomas said a series of
Snellen tests will begin "as soon
as Hero convinces us he's well
enough for them.1! r
Doctors indicated mat. if the
Snellen tests are negative Score
could leave the hospital shortly
ana pegin worxmar out prior to a
rf turn m.cita outy,. ..SrX
Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati
Redlegs reported no 111 effects
today after engaging In his first
workout since April 28.
The husky first baseman, who
had been sidelined by a slipped
disc in the lower part of his
spine, took light exercises be
fore last night's Gincinnati-
j X ft 4 to
By TREVOR SIMONS
The sneed. spills and (Spectacle
of speed boat racing will be in
store for the many fans of the
sport at the pju Yacnt. ciud,
Cristobal. nn'Mav1 3f This rpmi-
lar Memorial' Day feature .of the
Atlantic side promises to be big-
1 ger and better than ever; with
possibly one of the largest ; a-1
mount of boats ever entered to
v Snnnut.AH hv IMnhitAlf 6mAAf.
Hunnicutt and the P.C. Yacht
Club, this year's Memorial Day
winners will be awarded trov
phies from as fine a collection
as ha sever been accumulated
for the event.
' The P.C. Yacht Club is orenar-
ling to handle an even larger
crowd than that ; which backed
1 the Clubhouse for the Jan. 1 Re Regatta.
gatta. Regatta. For one thing, one more
i event has been added to the pro pro-Kram.
Kram. pro-Kram. crivine the. Memorial Dav
traces five classes of racers in
stead of the usual four; Si
Winners from the New Year's
Day program will be out to add
! further, laurels to their boat boat-handling
handling boat-handling skills. Dewey Harris and
Dave Hinds, winners in. the "A"
tand B class respectively. Win
key.winxes who took a first in
the "C" Runabout will be back
at the wheel of his "C Sharp.
I The Memorial Day program
will bring together boats and
drivers from both sides of the
Isthmus and will be climaxed
by "the Mobile Trophy Race.
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
yvvu 1 AoTE Louis St
Laurent hold.11 H5s Jhi
? yigtori.. B. C, t'he
i?u Pnr Minister--didn't
hook 4he whopper; but wanted
to see what he mused.
He said the oaln in his back
had ."calmed down" considerably
since he started taking the exer
cises prescribed for him bv Dr.
James Poppen' at Boston's Lahey
ennic a wees; ago.
DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
- mm wn warn, i vv wiu nna n ua, ;
1 2 .3 4.S (7
A C I S
Results and standings follow:
Wichita 5, Denver 2
Indianapolis 10, Omaha 6
St Paul 4. Louisville 2
Minneapolis 4. Charleston S
St. Paul ..
Omaha ,. ..
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7, ; 6 20 15 14..
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14 15 i 30 31 18 14 1 13,10 15v21 .18 14 0 25
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The. complete list of boats
and drivers follows:
W. Evans (Sorry)
D. Harris (Dracula)
. "C" Runabout
"Winky" Winkes (C Sharp)
George Hudjlns (B Flat)
Chuck-Bowser (Baby Jumbo)
, : ;-'R":itunabout yrK
W. Evans' (Oooos1 M
; Dave Hinds (Stu Bad)'???-
? "D-'Rnnabout ;
Don Francey i;it&tv't&
is UyJUmon. MWencett4i4gC.' r-t3M
Bob Daniels., .htsni
' Unlimited Class Boats p i
aDve Hinds --"B". Hvdronlane
Ed Abbot t'DT Hydroplane.
rajon Bowling sll;
The prize, money and trophies
won by teams and Individuals In
the recentlv-comoleted Major
Bowling League season win be
g resented at the Balboa Bowling
enter Thursday eveninsr at
1 7:00. by the president of the Ma Major
jor Major Bowling League, Erl J, Bates.
The Seymour Agency -team.
winners of the Major Bowline
League play for the past season,
will be represented by clay Ran
dall, head of the local Seymour
Insurance, Agency offices, who
twin receive the sponsors trophy
for the agency. :: C'.v C'.v-All
All C'.v-All bowlers are invited to at
tend the ceremonies. j -:
ot. louis ;
W L Pet,
. Zl 10 .671
18 IV .643 14
18 10 .643 -IV,
16 12 .571 3A
13 16' .448 7
, 13 18 .419 8
. a 18 .303 10
. 8 21 p .276 12v
111 AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L ret.
Detroit 'ij 1
' ' TODAY'S GAMRS
. New York at Chicago
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N)v
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
Pittsburgh at St Louis (n
(Nieht Gamp 1 :- .,.
Brooklyn v 200 022 onn m i
Cincinnati 010 000 0001 S 3
Podres (3-2) and Walker.
Jeffcoat (2-2). Nuxhall. Wftpfc-
er and Bailey.
' 19 7 -18
17 15 15-15
15 15-15 16'
f 9 24
5 TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Boston.
- ChWago at New York,' v 5
Kansas City at Washington
Detroit at Baltimore (N)-
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
f,i ritfiorht r.amsl
Chicago v 000 003 0005 6 1
new x oik 000 100 000 1 A 1
-- Pierce (6-2) and Lollar. i
- Ford (2-1), Ditmar, Turley and
OOOOll 010 3
200JOOO 002 4
i2-0) and' Nee-
u 1' (Nlirht DaiTiPt
Philadelphia ; 000 1001
Milwaukee 000 Olx 1
Cardwell and Lopata. s
Conley and Crandall,
(Called in the sixth innin- n
account of rain).
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
urostponed, rain) ,
000 101420 8 12 0
001 000 010-2 ; 7 I
Wynn (S-3) and Hegan. -"
. Sisler'(3-2), Porterfield,' Min Min-arcln
arcln Min-arcln and White.
"'-,.. (Night Game)
Kansas City 000 000 000 o 7 -fl
Washington 000 001 llx 3 7 n
Duren (0-3), Trucks and Smith
Pascual (3-4) and Berberet.
000 001 000 nnn nnn i n m
nwi m V
1 001 000 000 000 000 d 1 11 0
Bunnlng, Foytack (3-2) an
. Moore, Fornieles (2-4) and Trl Trl-anaos,
anaos, Trl-anaos, Ginsberg. s
Baiier Arrested On -Assault
Charge; To Sue Complainant
NEW YORK. May 22 (UP
i.'USger mnit.jjguer was arrested
on a cnarge ,of 'ielomouH assault
yesterday by a deucatesses owner
wno. accused the huskv Yankee
outfielder ef swattint: him on the
jaw auring a jugntciub row.
When police and the district at-
iuruey aia noi act 10 arrest nauer
on tne charge, the alleged vie
Tim, Jtawm Jones, made an 'un 'unusual
usual 'unusual citizen's, arrest to have the
ballplayer fingerprinted, booked.
pnoiograpnea and arraigned, r v
The i method V of arrest : olared
the entire responsibility upon
Jones. Bauer's attdrney, Sidney
Friedman,, promptly : announced
bis intention, to sue for false ar
rest if Jones is unable to prove
(he charge. Bauer was released
in the custody of his attorney and
a hearing was set for June 21. t
Billy Martin's Birthday -.
Friedman denied that Bauer or
any other Yankee player struck
Jones during a row in tne Copa-
cabana nightclub last Thursday
morning. Five Yankee players, in
cluding Mickey Mantle, Yogi Ber
ra, and Whitey Ford, were cele celebrating
brating celebrating teammate Billy Martin's
birthday when a disagreement
arose between the ballplayers and
s bowhug teira ef which Jones
v as a unember. :
Bauer told newsmen while walk walking
ing walking from the district attorney's
office to the police station to be
booked that 'l didn't hit any.
body." Two police oliicers accom accompanied
panied accompanied him."
y, ,) s i; .' X i
Fans along the street yelled at
Bauer to "knock 'em dead Hank!"
and "knock- 'enr down, Hank!'' ;:
; Produce 2 Witnesses ?
Jones' attorney.-. Anthony En.
gales, said he would produce two
witnesses to identify Bauer as the
assailant. Jones said his brothpr-
m law. PhiliD Esoosito. had told
him it Was Bauer who hit him.
Jones said he was in an alcove
near tne kitchen when someone
hit him. He said he did not see
bis assailant." Jones was treated
at a hospital for facial bruises.
Jones arrested Sauer after, the
two parties conferred for an hour
in the district atorney's office.
Bauer said he would aooear in
the Yankee lineup ms usual last
night. The team 'will be on the
road from June 2 to 18. '
Zingales hid announced previ
ously- that Jones, aa admitted
Yankee fan. planned to sue Bauer
for $250,000. ; f v.
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NEW YORK (UP) Major
; league pitchers are getting a re re-i.
i. re-i. spite this season, from, their No.
bugaboo the home run.
A United Press survey revealed
TiieaHoir that hnm rim TirOuUC-
'! tiOQ is off 21 per cent in the Na National
tional National League and 15.J per cent
v in tnt American, xnai reiueocuto
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from a corresponding point of
r me 1850 campaign. i
The surrey,-, comparing the
-'number of homers hl$ by each
team this year with the total'
hit ia the team's same number
: of games tn 1956, shows that
only the New York Giants,
Kansas City Athletics, Baits-'.
., more Orioles and Chicago
i White Sox have stepped up
: their production. AH 12 other
teams are hitting 'em less often
-.-than in 1956.
' The Cincinnati Redlegs wallop wallop-t
t wallop-t ed 57 homers In : 30 games last
i season en route to equalling, tne
major league mark of 221 for a
a csm Ktir Vitstrea el thtai nt aa for
' 30 games this season a drop of
42.1 per cent.
i The Pittsburgh Pirates are
" 48.9 per cent with 17 homers In
29 games this year compared to
. J3 last season. The Chicago Cubs
are down 28 5 per' cent; with 20
: in 25 games compared to 28 last
; The Senators have hit a mere
13 homers, Including eight by
" Roy Slevers, In their first' 31
names this year as against 22
last season 40.9 per, cent
.tlrop. The Detroit Tigers are
down 35.3 per cent, the Boston
' Red Sox have dipped JS3 per cent
and the New York Yankees are
" off, 316 per cent.
Vic Verti Still
Of Polio Attack
- viiTiiT vrxtr (Trp Vic
Werta admitted Tuesday that he
still feels tne paraiyziug uugeis
- t x i nrkA InflflD
OI pOUO DUS UMJ umu tiv 4i
; koi. fQrtVier ban 'most make
it forward still plans on "at least
two more years" oi Daseuau.
The burly first baseman of the
m.,lan4 Tnritnn nra.Q Stricken
with the disease In August, 1955
and lor a ingnienmg we ww
move only bis head.. Yet Wertz
hattiea oacK last yeMiui vwe
his finest seasons.
. But his comeoaca, ana u
fast pace this year, are even
more remarkable when you
consider taht even now he
lives ia the shadow of the
"It's all right as long as the
weather. Is hot," he aamiis.
"Then I don't leei any irauea
it. But in cold weather I notice It
r, Vv hack, when it's cool, the
back stiffens up."
The fact tnai ne is j,
mvtr, rt k vnu fell as
vou talk to him, the imponder
ables r- such as the attack wnicn
laid him low two years 8u.
was enough to finish the career
Up to $40 G's
professional Golfers Association
. u J i Dtnv i PrflfnV 8
nas annuuuucu jjb
National pro-Amateur Golf
m...iA..kin vinnipd next
January at California's Monte- beautiful silver prizes were a
An okt-foshloned cook it one
i who cooks from cons instead of
' troxen food pockoge
rey peninsula, will "be expand
. T -a JA nrwi Aanf
niA K.oHnnnrt.i'rji here said I the Rinter tournament
Jt Jin a ... "
that Crosby announce crine ioui-
Th. .nt i heinr exvandea
from three to four days, with
prize money boosted to $40,000.
All proceeds wtl continue to go
to charity. ... .):
added, will not affect the 54-hole 72
s '(-.. i ., ' .. 1
SOME FINISH Hard-riding little BrtjUlio Baeza .pushes Escorlal (5) tver' the finish line a
head in front of Manandoagua i (7) and Vedette ,(3. In Sunday's thrilling seventh race. Douglas
Cortes rode Manandoagua while the veteran Emllio Darlo had the leg upl on, Vedette The
victory was one ot three scored by the steadily 4mprovlng Baeza.
Along The Fairwoys
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. ........ - -.
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ciation was 'attended by more
than twenty-nve women, most oi
whom took part in the morning's
tournament After the luncheon,
nnrdprJ tn t.hn winners Of t,hf An
nual Handicap tournament and
nev is being expanaea w iuuuo ,, -xiere was atso a met kitohuu
a 72-hole PGA co-aponsored of prizes for the day's tourna
tournament vj ment with a number of spot priz-
es, some of which were donated
by Billy Doel, Panama represen representative
tative representative tor nunlon balls. .Ethel
Pprnnt.U rftrrtert a smrvflth "70 to
win both low gross and low net
nonors.i iiea wun net scores oi
were irma Mullarkey, Bev
nro-amateur piayeu m cuujuu"-ukuuimi, ivBw
tlon with- the tourney, which wlU Right behinoVtlwl -at-93-- were
v.r nnn in nrle money
The PGA:' added that ; three
tries will be taken from the 1957
PGA top money hsi. it sam wic
nv... niavan win he invited by
'Bin Crosby or by qualifying for
the remaining places."
; JOE WILLIAMS
t, i : Lot
,r wtt9 Mit''viTZ' The Preakness wasn't the only
VIRUS HITS i'i' IT,.?"" t nirkflrt un a virus
his voice hoarse and raspy. Despite f "tVr.V -Hf
raobieK0 jsr SSSS'JffSl
' "rifS wt to pu toTmuch P""r on IV In tag Jim A
, colt that lain piln Isn't going to run Ws raee. .om w asnt
to pain Saturday and he ran hl race- every step Of tne way.
' FCZ2LE TO ARCARO J Inferential, the r?SerWd
Vel appeared to be saying that If the. Ruler had been mam
dif ferenUy in the DCrby. he would have wo that on e, too. K
Arcaro would be the first to agree. In Jjl.
souire of Rockville Centre did on dlsmountine after the Preaa
ness was to admit that he had got the Ruler beaten In the
' nerbv ? tried to rate him. That was a m,."' "5
Certain horieithat Trun their best on their' own This i one of
?iS- too Eddle'a long lime to get thekey
. ;.to hlm.- -. - ; ; -v, -..v.. .'. ;
rnt rV TBI! BELMONT' The Ruler will sUrt in the
here last month.' As to Iron ''.Ct rSm igaln.
pression the Ruler would never have to worry
V C(nXDNTBETBTJ- An taW
Soole. they comprised some 80 percent of g rowf'
after Iff been runt ;
ne ri for ti TreitbaU. . "A pitcher thee (3ts
aTTiVS J affit iK tSrTbut I thafa against the
UwyThTba5 tht; rlsylna with is not on v 1 lr. U hya hya-ttrical.
ttrical. hya-ttrical. Tm surprised a pitcher can still aet life insurance.
IC rrd from A r T "Honk Pauer eouldnt caMW hare
ES?that Srtt Hub patron's Jaw.- Check and youTl find he
vs hltUng only 5C7 at the
TT IM OF SWIFTItS Our Vas&ar correspondent, attrac-
rf E-r:y ct, reports the appearance of Patty Berg in a
- to' iv:t;t.nn and foramenta dryly: "I guess the youna
rifMiiie !,( f-D-n the srhool neM iafpiratlon abce and
, ---'arj (;. .Lou Boureau. A's mansepr. says.
- i-V. tv vh- F'x are t!"" fa?!t tsrn he' fvpr
- v!-v, t?" tse ryi"rrs ThtJ'tijr r,!rv,t at Ef
fr.. r-.- n?r:c;:.;-t bSM-fcsIl. Ycrj -ast 13 L r p
Easter's; Hot Bat Paces
Buffalo To First Place
In Infernaiional League
Jean Crush, La NeUe Logan, and
Irene Robinson. These gals were
given first choice of the prizes
as everyone walked away with at
least one prize, -v, r -'
r. if th hmltifu muMnr Mqr.
garet Hastings and Marge Sewell
were again voiea in as cnairman
and co-chairman ot the A.W.G.
A., a suitable gesture of thanks
for the fine work they have
done.. : -'-'i :-:
Trite liinchpnit xd pIsiv In the
nature of a farewell to a number
of golfers who will soon be leav
ing .. TVieje. 1nrTiila .Taqvi .MnrrlA
HeWi Rrhull Mn Williamn Han
nah Clark. Mary Atkeson. Rose'
phifer Anna Moynlhan, and
Fran Rlchstatter. Every one is;
sorry to see such an enthusiastic
vrnntt nt ffnlfr lcnv t.h Isth-I
mus. Bon voyage and happy golf-!
jdk m mem- wnerever wiey go.
In last week's tournament,!
Marge Sewell scored an even 80,
to win low gross. Marge Is work-1
nir in hr tram tA hrn.lt Into
the 70's. Seems it won't be long
now.' -r 4 .-' :
- In the match-play-agalnst-par
handican tame Bev Friedman
rA VTa! Mnr titA At nnt down I
to Dar. Alvce French placed
third. Bobble Hughes won the
putting prize, v:
V Polnh Vtnor hit. fnn hnrn
runs In successive times at bat in i
19(7 ana again in i84. nve otn otn-er
er otn-er players achieved the feat once. I
; VlP.UT nmt 'Mar M fTTPl
Luke Easter, a. big, lumbering
slugger wno nas nnauy jeacnea
V.l. nntnntial In th TnfprnnHnnnl
League, is chiefly responsible for
Buffalo's first-place position to-
.. ........ i ....... j
. Thi lv.fnnt.fnni'" ''- SFwnnund
firat.haapmiin Vnrhn Wnjinniri to
have the makings of an all-time
great wnen ne oroxe in, wiui
Cleveland in. 1940,, hit two home
run Innfc riifht si Ruffala wal
loped Montreal, 13-3, In a game
piayea at wueoec. ine waiiops
give Easter; now 35-years-old, a
league-leading total of nine.
. jack Cntmiaa, a recent couisl couisl-lon
lon couisl-lon from Kansas City, won his
first decision as Toronto topped
Rochester, 3-1 The victory, aid aided
ed aided by Lew Morton's fifth homer,
enabled the Leafs to remain In
third nlace. half a game behind
The scheduled game between
Richmond and Havana was post
poned because of rain.
Tn a 1Ainninr from that. lout.
ed almost five hours, the Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Jets edged the Miami Mar-
Mni a.9 nnh ITiivavo iirhn mt.r-
ed the game in the 15th Inning,
was iue wuijier wutia iixi-
derson was the loser,
v The llnescores:
Buffalo -; 242 03 110 13 17 1
Montreal 000 001 200 3 6 1
Craddock and As troth; Qrob.
Crlsante (2), Barker 7 and
Roseboro. LP: Grob. HR's: Eas
ter 2, Baxes, Caffie, Williams.
Rochester '200 000 0002 j: 2
Toronto -r-'MKHrlOO-OOl 3 4 5
Rick etts, : Wright (9) and
Shantz; crlmlarf and St. Claire,
Morton. - M
Columbus 3. Miami 2 (10 Inns.)
Richmond at' Havana
' (Postponed, rain)
r, Everything you need
Plenty of Conyer-e Shoes
' $5.95 up
ABERIIATHY, S. A. Sporting Goods
Across side Street from El Panama Hotel Tel. 3-6895
"Where friends meet and year patronage appreciated"
r"i'v i i
AND SO DELICIOUS
at if prepared by an Italian Chef
If time is short and you enjoy tasty food, the answer to
your problem is delightful Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti
Dinner. The Spaghetti Dinner package contains all the
ingredients, even the sauce and cheese. And the taste? .
mmml It is superb r and really Italian in style.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee is well-known for its great variety of
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS
Th approved SIBnol-3tot "SIOFLARI" 4 In 1 : '
SYSTEM for commercial vehicles, the most
complete lighting protection over offered.
Naturally y'ive prefer
tliat you i drink A GEWOOD. .
if your preference is -,.J.-.--
CANADIAN WHISKY, we reeommend
CARRINGTON'S SIX-YEAR-OLD Canadian
whisky, on sale in all better bodegas.
if your preference is .; ',.','-...
SCOTQ1V we recommend ; '-, -i
rf;y KING GEORGE lV,t
Naturally, like all good Scotches r
in limited supply I r f
we would like to recommend also to
all our clients tht they try 'V
t TIA 3IARIA the famous co(feevbcrueurt
.. .-'"- : the after-dinner drink without riTaL-
DESTILADORA NACIOIIAL S. A..
. (W0MACK AMERICAN WHISKEY CO.)
. Tel. 3-1791 Apartado 542
PANAMA" -' "'
1 -il l mC
KIRrS ALL YOU HEED
.kvi The "Siofiam" Switch. 2 Signal- ..,
Stat double-face Directional
Lmpo tor iron oi 4 venicie, a
Signal-Stat Combination Stop,
Tail and Directional Lamps for';,
rear of vehicle. Just one switch
and 4 lampe.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
FOR TURNING AND PA SSINO-A touch of the signal lever, on. the),
famous "Sicnjima" switch makes both front and rear lampe on either
aide of the vehicle flash clear, powerful, beamed patterns of light ot
turning right ot left or changing lanee to pasa. Signal-5tat dooftfeifaoa
kmps on front of vehicle flash amber forward, rtd to rear; sinie-face rear
lamps flash red . onmistakable warning to others on the roed.
Ot CTOPPMO) OR BRAKING The same SionaiStat "mKxn
-mAAm. a tvirht nnwrfiil viminr when brakes are aDolied. The
tifically diTed reflectors and eaam, whit make them o highly visible
as Directional Signals, furniah maiimam Stop Light- protection oav
both sides of the vehicle, v'-:'-
OR TAfl LIGHT PROTCCTION-Conetant protection while driving at
raight aaeured, since theee same remarkable combination rear lamps also
' give a clear, strong, continuous Tail Light many time stronger thai
ordinary tail lights ... on both sidee of the vehicle.
FOR EMERGENCY ROADSIDE PARKWO "SicnAa! provides Bs
bled vehicle with positive all around protection even before the driver
oper the cab door. Ju a Oxck of the apeoai wing terrr on we twucn na
all 4 signal lamps flash a simultaneous on and off warning signal thai
alerts and slows down oncoming traffic t .'
ONIY THE "WCFIARE" SYSTEM PROVIDES THIS.AU AROUKD
LIGHTING AND SIGNALING PROTECTION, AveaTeUe aew er bw eeefc
.,-.: j n 1 -I i
MUCnONAl SI GHA14 SwTTCKn rtASKUS
PANAMA AUTO, S. A.
" 5a. 45 JOSf rCO. DC LA OSSA AYE.
Pet WIS, ranama Tlv J ft
, ' THE PANAMA AMERICAN i-AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER S i'
f A3I TEW
j TTEDNESDAT, MAT 13, 1; J
I ft fi i -'A faf '' .i BJV, BJjsssf, Bean faeav
: THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE -FOR
INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
--"" "iii" r 1
l FOR MNTi--1 detirabie Belle
Vitt attractive tWO-bad-
toon Chalet with maid's room
and bath. Fa need in yard. Tale-
phone Panama Jt3J05.
FOR RENT:-Conipletely fur fur-lushed
lushed fur-lushed throe, bedroom houta, hot
I water, garage. 168 Via Balisa-
i FOR RENT: Vacation quart.ro
in Diablo Heights for rant June
11 to August 30, reasonable;
Suitable far two couplet with with-.
. with-. out chlldran. Phono ( Balboa
PHILLIPS OcNntido Cottagoa
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono. Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-H73,
- FOSTER'S COTTAOES and laito
beach hoota. Ono mile part Ca
aim. Phono Balboa 1866.
4 Baldwin's furniihod apirt apirt-I
I apirt-I montt at Santa Clara Boach,
, Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
' run ripiij "-t mmmmMnmuj wmw
&- niiKti Urg Ml POim Kitcliii
, v privilfis if dird. Ptntion
1 Mm.c, Ml Virta. Ttl. 3-.
Bf M KaYbjap. a ...a. if.. 1 1..
t!su Cultural Unit
iVill Shatter Iron
Curtain, Reds Say
' MOSCOWk Mar (UP) Rusaia
anoiineed today It had organized
a new foreign cultural relations
committee to "liquidate the Iron
Curtain" by expanding social ties
wili the-West and nastag restricj restricj-tiori
tiori restricj-tiori on foreign wewsmeaja B,ua-.
siaJ-r '.;.".- 0.
YLrf Zhukova tforeifn- orr4-
, ponlient aod form en. deputy editojf
of he commumn rany newi newi-mah
mah newi-mah of the new State Com'ifcittw
- l od Cultural Relations "With For-
Sirt countries which 'Will enjoy
-i.S status of a sub-ministry end
be responsible only to the Krem Krem-Ijn'i
Ijn'i Krem-Ijn'i Council of Ministers. ;
Ifctinchinr the committee. Zhu-
kov told eorrespondenta his group
woaltt wort to "liquidate tne tri-n
,Cuftain." But he made, it clear
thai he considered the -East West
taijier, of Western making.
"Rome countries try to separate
themselves from the Socialist
aountries," he said.
'Will Hola CarmPMMdents
: ZHukOT introduced his aides on
thercommittea and said tbay will
b-lT resident cotTeanondoaaj es es-tabfish
tabfish es-tabfish contacts with Sovbat -ar-Xisli
'. The committee apparently will
take over thif work ft om the For For-f
f For-f ti Ministry's press department,
which has handled the job woe
fully la recent years
cultural committee,, set up
at small, unguarded mansion
on Kalinin Street, keeps Its door
open all day and miv be entered
without special penult.
- rMoed Special Appointments
Correspondents are admitted to
(he f oreign Ministry only by spe
cial appointment and if escorted
pv one of press chief Leonid II-
yrcnev a aides.
Konstantia Zinchenko. a tanner
deputy secretary general of the
United Nations, was introduced by
Zhukov as head of the cultural
committee's prers rir-partmert.
J He promised to be available all
pay to help correrpondents an an-'
' an-' ether departure.
Kcw Bottom Paint 3(5
Took 8 year', to develop.
No more mld-eeason haul haul-out,
out, haul-out, once a year it etiougti.
Guaranteed 'to Stop all
. MARINE GROWTH
for 365 days.
Cf2. Engclfcn. S- A.
22lh SL No. 12-129
ATTENTION, M "Jot bait
tnodarn fornithod apartmant, I,
Z ,, badroomt, hot, aold wator.
Phono Panama J4941.
FOR RENT: Spaclou a.
partmont, ono bodroom, hot'
wator, $62.50. J. F. do la Otta
A vonuo Riqul Building, facing'
Firoitono. Phono 2-3331.
FOR RfiNT: Nicoly furniihod
apartment Includinf rafrigarator.
Porch, parior-diningroom, bad bad-;
; bad-; room, acraanad, titad, $55.00.
, Inquire Houta : 112, Belitario
Porrat, near Rootavelt Theatre.
FOR RENT:- Modern ono bed bed-'
' bed-' room' apartmantt, living-dining,
room, hot water, installation,
acreened. Building jutt built, op.
potile "Colegio Javier," 3rd St.
Perejil. Ready for occupancy,
$70.00. For information call
Quijano, phono 2-2718 Eighth
St. No 5-30.
FOR RENT: Completely fur,
nithed, apartmant, North Amor
Yce neighbor, regular trant-
. prtation, $50. Tha bait for this
. price. Phono 3-0471
FOR RENT: Furniihed apart,
ment, living-dining room, 2 bed bed-roomi,
roomi, bed-roomi, atovo, rofrigorator, bal balcony.
cony. balcony. 43rd St. No. 64, Bella
FOR RENTs Furnithed 3 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, 2 baths. "apartment, air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, hot water, tcreened,
Linent, d I h a I. Bella Vitta,
$160.00. Call Panama 3-3347.
Year As Priest
Last week,, the Rev, John Har Harden
den Harden brook Townsend observed the
35th anniversary of his ordination
to the priesthood by officiating at
the altar at Christ Church By-the-Sea,
He was assisted by the Rev. Rog Roger
er Roger H. Greene of Ancon and the
Rev. Wm. W. Baldwin of Cocoli
A clericus meeting followed the
service which was in turn followed
by a luncheon at the Hotel Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Dc Townsend, who was horn in
Atlantic City, N.J,, was graduated
irom St. Luke's School, Wayne
Pa- worked for a time with .the
banking house of Drexel and Co.
of Philadelphia and then continue
his studies, graduating from Trini Trinity
ty Trinity Colieg in Hartford, Conn., and
Berkley Divinity School in New
He served for three years over overseas
seas overseas during World War I. was a
pastor in the Dioctve of Albany,
N.Y. or four years rnd has been
in Latin America for 3 years. He
is at present the executive secre secretary
tary secretary of the Episcopal Missionary
District of the Panama Canal Z.e.
Dr. and Mrs. Townsend are leav leaving
ing leaving today on the Ancor for a three-
monu vacation to be sneni. at
their home in Deep River. Conn.
Marine 'lop Kicks'
Selling Up (o-ed
WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP-
me Marines are so bard up for
living apace they have set up a
"ee-ed" barracks at their head headquarters
quarters headquarters bere.
A spok'smsa ssid 12 veteran
master sergranU began sharing
! quarters this week with 29 enlist-1
ed women. 1
The "top kicks" moved into the
ground Door of a two-story bar-i
racks at Henderson Hall in near nearby
by nearby Virginia where Marine head headquarters
quarters headquarters personnel are quartered.
The 2S women are "segregated"
on the reird floor which is "off
limits" u men. However, both
sexes nay use the lounge for re receiving
ceiving receiving visncrs or watching tele tele-viskm,
viskm, tele-viskm, the spoketmaa said.
The barracks has entrances at
both ends for each floor, ae that
the Udie and the serf rants can
come and go without disturbing
Botk grtmps eat
battstoa anrts in
ia a regular
fee apokermaa ssid thfre was
"sjoUtieg rrvHhttwaMTj" about the
ajTaateinonrvkich baa bee tried
out at ajtjr bases before. He
said "it's hint a natter et uUlixiif
tKAVK TOtm AD WITH ONE OrOUR
INTERNAL. DE PUBUCACIONtS No. 3
RARDO No. 2 "B" Street a) MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & J St. a LEWIS
FARMACIA LUX ISO Central Avenue
VAN-DER-JIS-M Stmt. New U e 'ARMACIA EL BATURRO Parana Letevre
on ateua vino xneaue,
FOR SALE: Two Hiliman Husky,
low- mileage, exceptionally good
buys, 1956 modaloi. For Infor Information
mation Information call Tel. 3-4568, 8 e.m. e.m.-12
12 e.m.-12 noon, 2-5 pm.
FOR SALE: 155 Plymouth,
Plaiav 4. door aodan. Automa
tie transmittion, ecellent con condition.
dition. condition. 17,000 milaa. Will carp,
sldor older ear In trade. Call
FOR SALE: '53 Chevrolet Bel Bel-air,
air, Bel-air, chrome and . pa'int, like
new. Atking $1 ,,000.00. Phono
FOR SALE: 1952 Da Soto. 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, fully equipped, good con condition.
dition. condition. Mr. Grata, Panama 3 3-0010
0010 3-0010 Ext 12; evenlngt 3-6958.
Beit offer. ; ,.
FOR SALE: Four .(4) 1952
Fords, 4-door Sodani, blaek,
Cuatomlino, in lot or Individual Individually.
ly. Individually. Can may ba teen at entrance
of gate, Balboa Oil ; Handling
Plant, between 7:00 a.ntl' and
4:00 p.m Sealed bidl may be'
aent to Etto Standard Oil S. A.,
P. O. Drawer 2014,. Balboa, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zona, :' . :
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury Mt.
Clair, hard top WS walls, fully
equipped, $2,300.00. Phone.
FOR SALt: 1957 Chevrolet
Da Lue Sedan, W.S.W., 2 2-tono,
tono, 2-tono, 3,000 miles, like new,
$1975. Phone Balboa -2744 or
inquire 0599JM Bayano St.,
FOR SALE-1954 Buick 4-door
Sedan, green, $1,100. Phono
Curundu 3121 or house 579'
H. : J
FOR SALEt 1954 PonfiaS,
Starchict, Fully, equipped, low
mileage. English- Parakeet with
cage. Call Kobbe 4235. t.
FOR SALE r Must sell, leaving
for Statei. 1951 Buick Special,
4-door, two-tone radio, firt
clan condition. 1947 Plymouth
DoLuxo, four doorrencellant tec-
end car. Phono Balboa 323.
FOR SALE 1952 ord Victoria
V-S. 2-tone (blue end ivory)
radio,, good tiret, overdrive, un- j
dorsoatod. Office 85-3 134 Home
FOR SALE.- Ford V-S "60" en engine
gine engine complete, transmission, rear
end- and ainger frame $25.00.
Phono 86-7234 or 86-4240.
Are you going hi the right direc direction
tion direction for your Auto repairs? Go
to 1 6th o Medx. Garage Johnt Johnt-ton
ton Johnt-ton ; guaranteed auto repairs.
Tel. 456-A, Colo.
FOR SALE: 250 ce, Jawa mo motorcycle,
torcycle, motorcycle, good condition. Priced
reasonably for quick aala. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus. 3-1273.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shipper Mover
Phoma 2 2451 j225i2
Learn Riding a
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding e Jomping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m. i Pbon 2-2451
or by appointment.
Gibraltar f .lfe Ids. Co.
tor rates aod information
TeL Panama B-09SS
Dr. GERALDO 8. LIM
East 34th Street
serosa front Lax Theatre
Hears 9:H ajn. to 12:N
2:M p.m. te :M pjn.
TeL Panama S-3272.
Wtaa Toon fltwro
SB At. JaaSe Ai a-11
Dr. SCBOU. Sreiae CaaiepaSlet
$95.00 to $150.00
iVo Dovcn Payment
3 . PLUS
Easy Vayment Plan
TlvoU Ave. 18-7S
AGENTS OROVB OFFICF9 AT-S7 "H KTREET, PANAMA- LtBRFRIA PRFCIADO-T Wreet No. e AGENCIAS
LottcM Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDKS PHARMACV--182 l.a CairasquiHa FARMACW. LOM-
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE JT Fa. da
I e FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevro
MOTOR AL SALES t SER-.
VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGkST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RA-DIOS
DIOS RA-DIOS AND T.V. SETS ON -THE
NES -GENERALES, .AUTO .AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE .AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38.
FOR SALE Great Britain and
Britith Colonial atampi at 1-3
catalog. 5th Street No 7-43, ',
Panama City. P. O. Bo 152. -f
FOR SALE :V Relatively" new.
Ampro tape recorder, 60-cycle.
Phono 4-598, faraiio,' Canal
FOR SALE: 60-cycle Tape re.
cordor, $85.00. Vt hp, motor,
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 lT CRISTOBAL. CX
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
J : A. ':
A J 10 8
A None i
V K 9 3 2
Pass 2 v
rfru 4A I
Paas 4 Paea
Jtorth'g; two- heart bid -was the
Jacoby transfer .and showed at
least Jive spades. It was a de demand
mand demand that South bid spades.
With. an ordinary, no-trump
South would have rebid two
spades;: with, the .maximum of
18 points ana ioup- spaaes souin
jumped to three spades. I
North's four club bid showed a
two suiter and a possible slam.
That was enough lor South. He
had his maximum no-trump; he
had four spades; he had both
red aces to take care of a lead in
either red suit and be knew that
his ace and king of clubs had to
be worth their weight In gold. He
Jumped right to six spades. :
south won tne opening nean
lead and was careful to play the
king of trumps from his own
hand at trick two.' This particu particular
lar particular play Is one that many players
overlook. South had no worries
about trumps unless they broke
four-nothing. If they were going
to break that way there was
nothing he could do about four
In the East hand. By laying down!
the king of spades he was able to
handle the four actually held by
West. .,' ...
"A second 'spade was led '"nd
West played the ten. South won
with dummy's queen, returned to
his own hand with the ace of
diamonds and led another spade
through West. That was all for
the spade suit. West could play
the Jack or not; It made no dif difference
ference difference because dummy's ace
and nine were still In back of
Declarer had to lose a heart
trick In the cool of the evening
but the slam was safe.
PLCTIOJi r i
We always have a complete
stock ot Perfection Kerosene
Steves and replacement parts
26109 Central. CaUdonla
SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No. 4 at FARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.
la Oaaa Ave. No. 41 at FOTO DOMY Juslo
1 Street PASMACIA AS" Via Porraa 111 e NOVEDADES. ATMS -.Beside
1 Street e PARMACIA
FOR SALE : 1 1 -inch television
lot.' "G. E." consoletta.. 25-60
cycle. Phono Navy 3433i ) i
FOR SALE r Refrigerator Quie Quie-frea,
frea, Quie-frea, 60-cycle,) 7 ft, porcelain.
Excellent condition; 19 months.
Sacrificing Call Smith 2-6369,
7 a.m. -4 p.m. Monday.Friday.
' FOR SALE: Mar reductiono...
i Now 3 door wardrobe $108.00, :
sofa bed 110.00, 5 pieces,
living'!, room sets. :-49 00,
i wardrobes 1 5.00, china closets
1 5.00, metal chosts f drawers
- 8.50. kitchen cabinets 37.00,
. folding bods 19.50. nito table
5.00, canter tables 6.50, metal
bads 12.50, -now- mattrassoi
15.00, springs U.50, bunk bedt
39.00, porch chairs 12)0, me-
; tal dosha 35.00, linoleums 6.95.
Alto: Beautiful wrought -. iron
dining and living room sett,
complete bedroom a n-d dining
room 'suites ; in pattel shades,
brand new. refrigerator. Easy ;
lovely chrome 'dinette aots. Easy
terms. Household Exchange, Na-
tional Av. f No. 4 1 r Tel. 3
FOR SALE: 9' Friflidalro 25 25-eycle,
eycle, 25-eycle, $80.00, 'Electrolus Va- v
cuum cleaner. $35.00. Sofa Sofa-bed.
bed. Sofa-bed. $15.00... Sideboard with
minor, $5.00. Overstuffed chair l
$12.00. Chair, $7.50. Phono
Pan American Machines
Talk To Machines
Across Ocean 1
' (PA-C) A major first In Mhe'
automation field will be chalk-
ed up to Pan American World
Airways soon when a machine
will ask a question across 2,040
miles of ocean and land and
get an answer back in less than
four seconds from another ma
No human agency is Involved
in me quiz program, except tne
man who pushes a button In
San Juan. Puerto Rico that
sets v mechanical brain, cells
whirring In a machine at PAA
reservations bureau to. Lone Is
land City, New YorkX vw5 -.-1 1
:. star pf "the show Ts. a robot
named fat s- shorts tor.. PanL
iormance maxKs the nrsp time
radio has ieen "used tor i such
communication i, a step that
opens unlimited possibilities for
rats iuiurer development in
Pan American's worldwide Mt-
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Pan American recentlv In
stalled t the r first coast-to-coast
Teleregister automatic reserva reservations
tions reservations system In the transporta
tion Industry, Unking PAA's 30
sales v offices In the United
State and Canada, These data
processors are tied together,
however, by thousands of miles
of leased Hand lines.'' -y : ..,
The form' of question to be
asked of Pat In San Juan Is
"Can I get two seats on a cer
tain Pan American flight on a
certain ;day?'Y And Pat will
come up with "Yes," "No," or
"maybe" practically as fast as
you cay say "Pan American
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which can answer 3,600 In Inquiries
quiries Inquiries an hour.' It stores In its
brain information on all PAA
flights to 111 different destina destinations
tions destinations up to six months In ad advance.
vance. advance. ;-" i'-' S
This adds uu to some 5.000
nights or leg.: or Hugh's on
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SierUng Haydea and Hamend Barr. SOON AT THE LLX.
Arotemena Ave. ano33St; e FARMACIA
WANTED: Small Angora cat.'
. white or gray. Phone 2-201 1.'
office .hours. '
WANTED: North Americans i
with to find employment for
their maid. Call Panama 3-2709.
WANTED:, House boy and cook,
laundress by North American.
Reference, .required. 'i C a II v. 3-
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PARRIS ISLAND CHIEF-;
Maj. Gen. Robert B. Luckey,
above, Will' take command, of
Parris Island, S.C, v Marine -Corps:
base, effective 'July 1. "..
Present commander, Brig. Gen.
Wallace 'M. Greene Jr., will
move to command of. Camp
Lejeune, N.C ; j
a Todoy the. ovearjoe wwo the
. several yeors longer than he did
a decode or two ogo He hos to
to aet his taxes paid, r 'i A t
If r i
Curundu Carnavalito Committee
Seeks. Help To CompIctQ Pool
The committee for the' Curun-
du "Carnavlito" today asked the
cooperation of all: civic-minded
people m this area to help put
them over-the-top in their ef effort
fort effort to raise the balance needed
($5,000) to construct the Curun
du Swimming pooL ;
The Committee has already
raised the eum of $31,500..
The "Carnavalito" wm be held
at the Curundu Clubhouse and
annex the cpming two weekends
on Friday ana Saturday (May
24 and 25, and May 81 and June
Many people have already
donated prizes la the form of gift
items and curunau uuDnouse
concessionaires, radio shop, res-
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WANTED -Expar!nced Agan Agan-,
, Agan-, cy-Saletman. Must speak; Eng English
lish English and Spaniih.. References I
quired. Cia. Irving Zapp, S. A.
31, Automobile Row, first float
9-1 1 a.m.
US TELEVISION M(AN:-aikJS
SERVICE TV service calls $2.50 ''
4 eefore I vp.m. for tame day
. aarvke, SPECIAL any table mod model
el model or V portable radio repaired
$4.50 plus parts. Phono 2.461
Congressional Tax Experts Predict
'58 Spending To
WASHINGTON. May 22 OJPV
Congressional tax experts predict predicted
ed predicted today that federal spending
next year will top President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's $71,800,000,000 estimate
by $1,200,000,000. But the forecast
failed to dampen Democratic 4ax-
The report was issued by the
staff of the Joint .Congressional
Committee on Internal Revenue
which has been more often right
than the Treasury in forecasting
federal budget trends. It discount
ed somewhat the current economy
''it estimated that the tl.800.000
000 surplus forecast by the Presi
dent last J anuary for the 12
months starting July 1 actually
.will shrink to about $1,300,000,000
i : ,.., .
uccnuse oi lcuaieu price tags on
the things the government buys,
However, Speaker! Sam Ray
burn (D-Tax.) promptly doclar
' ed that he still plans to e d i t
the .House Way ..' and Moans
Committee to start' drafting a
tax-cut bill If Congress slashes
the President's' money requests
by four billion dollars. "And I
believe we can," Rayburn. add-
'The House or its appropriations
committee already Has made pa
per cuts, or m.ooo.507,609 in mon
ey bills, including a. $2,586,775,000
reduction ordered hy the commit
tee today in the Ti esideut's de defense
fense defense prosram. The big foreign
aid-bill is still to come.
; Rayburr "said Congress might.
or mignt not,; complete action on
tne tax biu this year. According
shop have given as follows -res
taur ant: Z5 meau to be given
five per day Sunday preceding
tne "carnavalito": barber shoo:
free hair cut and shave on Mon
day1 and Tuesday; beauty shop:
manicures, hair cuts. two. $13 per
manent, steam -baths and mas
sages. The radio shop offered
credit allps of $25 on any pur purchase
chase purchase over $200. All this is good
until 9 p jn. June 8.
- Anyone else who Is Interested
in donating- prizes will be very
welcome as well as helping
hands during the "Carnavalito.
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tional Cip'rtal. This ia a wonderful opportunity to
Invest,', larga or small. The) Company hat to ax ax-pand
pand ax-pand and maka large purchasaa of ..equipment
-iWrrU -Box 4991 Pmotv,R,'.P,v'; "v--;-'.
' May 24 25 -a
m. 11:38 p m.
CURUNDU CLUBHOUSE ndf ANNEX
FREE: DANCLNQ tad FLOOR SH0V -GAAIES
of CHANCE sad AMUSLMENT
TV RADIO HI
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,' FOR SALE: 12 foot boat with
accessories and 2 hp Elgin out.
board. Good condition. Racing
' boat and SVt hp Martin out.
beard, poor condition. All $200
r or will Mil separately Call 87- :
'3105.O a, f-J
FOR .SALE t 20" cabin cruiser
7 beam. Coed vendition. Inboard
" angina. No. 165 Cristobal Yacht
r Club. Leaving Isthmus. 3-1273.
POR 'SALE: 15'6' boat with
f 25 -hp. outboard, dual control.:
All like new. $575.00. Will
nance, Balboa 2887.'
Top Ikes Figure
to bis plans, the tax, cut w a u 1 d
ne made retroactive to Jan. 1, if
final congressional action did not
come unUI after that date, t
( The report by the Internal Rev Rev-fnu.e
fnu.e Rev-fnu.e .Committee staff ; predicted
that ;lederal spending next y e a r
.wiU soar to $72,000,000,000 com compared
pared compared with the President's $71..
800,000,: estimate,- despite 'the
congressional economy drive
TIt said federal revenues would'
increase ;70 million dollars over
Eisenhower's. $73,600,000,000 esti esti-mate.rBut
mate.rBut esti-mate.rBut this still would leave a
surplus .of nly $1,300,000,000 ss ai'i
gamst.the $1,80,000,000 forecast in
the Prrtidem's January , budget
message, T '..
..The. committee- staffs e H I I-mater
mater I-mater fn-the past have boon
considerably more aocurato than
those In. the President's budget
message. Far ene thing, the
staff has the advantage of pre preparing
paring preparing Its estimates for months
later than the chief executive.
The staff predicted that the gov government
ernment government rould wind up the cur current
rent current fiscal year on June 30 with
a surplus of only Ii.20o.ooo non. nr
500 million dollars less than the
administration's January estimate.
One -source said the administra administration
tion administration already has trimmed ita .nr.
plus estimate even more.
me staff predicted that5 federal
expenditures in the current vr
would total '$69,500,000,000 an in.
crease of 600-million dollara nvi
the administration's original fore
cast, ine Man placed revenues
at $70,700,600,000 an increase of
100 million dollars over the ad administration
ministration administration January estimate.
But informants said the Trea.
sury, also engaged in revising its
estimated, believes the committee
staff 'a figures were too hieh on
the revenue side and too low on
the spending side. If so, the fiscal
1957 surplus would be trimmed
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down after its collision with the Swedish liner Stockholm last ;;
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diver and son of department itort executive Bernard P. GimbeL,
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House Group Makes Big
" WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP) -PresiHitnt
Eisenhower suffered a
haro- new setback 'in the battle
of the. budget "yesterday when the
House Appropriations Committee
slashed $2,586,775,000 from hit re
quest for new military funds.
T)m committee called for in
creased economy effort by t h e
military) services, asserting that
the 'nature and extent" of the
Communist military threat "'up
pears in certain respects to nave
aome what abated."
'f Thit ran almost directly counter
to what Eisenhower said cat Mer
in submitting his pared-down $3
8G5,000,000 foreign aid program to
Congress. He said a substantial
cut in military spending 'in the
face of present world conditions
' would be foolhardy." i
The appropriations group took
Its action in approving a $33,541,
225,000 money bill to run the M
my, navy ana Air' i orce mine
rew fiscal year staring July 1.
The chief executive had request requested
ed requested $36,128,000,000.
, The" military slash was t h
sharpest yet and if upheld by
th Houm would bring total
House cuts in the President's
new i money .requests to $4,000, $4,000,-507,609.
507,609. $4,000,-507,609. It came in th f.ce cf
.the President's warning that an an-y
y an-y "trifling" with defense would
; get the ceuntiy in trouble.
Committee members conceded
that about half I the reduction re represented
presented represented bookkeeping or "paper
savings." Even by ; the: Commit Commit-lee's
lee's Commit-lee's calculations, only about $1, $1,-164,034,009
164,034,009 $1,-164,034,009 would be appbed a a-sainst
sainst a-sainst next year's projected mil
itary, outlays of 38 billion 'dollars
' Rep. George H Mahon D-Te.)J
chairman of the subcommittee
v hich orginally recommended the
cuts, denied that they were in any
tns "phony. He said every cut
ordered by the group eventually
should have some effect on go v v-ernment
ernment v-ernment spending;
But he hastened to add that the
bill should not be construed to
mean that military spending next
year will be eut the full $2,586,775,-
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PANAMA, R. WEDNESDAY, MAY ,ttI
Suffers Sharp j New Budget Setb ack
000'. Mahon said it was even pos possible
sible possible that none of the savings
would show up until later.
Other committee sources, point
ed out that appropriations cuts
oven wholly authentic ones
don't necessarily mean much
when it comes to reducing tho
President's' spending, sinee he he-goes
goes he-goes Into each new year with a
fat bankroll of funds left ever
from previous years.
The committee, in its report,
assured the House that the curbs
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PRISON BREAK Sheriff Orvid Oswley,' right,', Is Inspecting
the icepick type of weapon used by five prisoners In making
their scape from the jail in Kansas City. Two of the: peii
were captured a short time later. Jailers Ralph. Qverson, left,
and Winn ctouid are snowing
L a together during
TKfeer Exf-Swiir ity f Fblice Chiefj
Read Oirt & PartyByRoiisii le
WARSAW, May 22 (UP), The
Polish Communist party yester
day V revealed it had purged three
former security police chiefs from
membership for terrorism during
the Stalinist regime. vTbe move
further strengthened the hand of
independent minded party chief
At the, same time, the party re
vealecV tbist it bad accused one-
time secret notice aeent Joseph
Swiatlow. who -fled ito asylum in
the United States in 1954. of re
sponsibility for many police abus
ei durina in staunisi era..
Two rescriutions oy tne ninin
olenarv meetine of the United
Workers Communist party last
week were published m the war war-saw
saw war-saw press today One denounced
police brutality and the other re
affirmed Poland's right to follow
in own "road to Socialism."
Former Politburo member Ja
kob Berman. formef Public Secur
ity Minister Stinaslaw Radkiew
irz and former Deouty Security
Minister Mieciyslaw Mieckowski
were rea.l out of the party Jy u
Ail bad helped direct security
nnlice activities at one time..
The resolution announcing uieir
expulsion sard the. party Central
OimmrttM had examined a re
port on "groundless ana laise ac-i
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it nronosed would not fin' 4he
slightest" jeopardize either plan-
nea increases -ui unuuon u
mg power nor the national securt
ty in general. I&
It said current, military Tftt H )l-
power of about 2,800;000vtr o o p's
would not be reduced and the ac active
tive active fleet would continue- at about
983 ships. The air force would Hip
from 137 wings to 128 .as proposed
by the President.- i
InMts biggest "real" ut 'the
committee chopped 354 .'.million
i f '
. now mey were naijacuiieo-
y. t .-..y.'.A:. v.,... li .
cusations. illegal arrests and. sen
tence, and, harmful and criminal
methods of investigation" ;while
the three Stalinists were in office.
The party charged that Swiat
low and three others identified on only
ly only as Romkowski, Fejgin and 1R0-
zanski,, contributed ; to ponce ter terrorism
rorism terrorism thit helped lead to -t h e
June, 1956, Poznan, rebellion ; and
the rise of Gomulka's 7. 'liberal"
faction last octooer. , ,
"Josephs Swiatlow has fled this
country for fear of responsibility
and i- now. making use, of d 0 1 h
calumnies and.: real crimes of
which he was one of the main
perpetrators and' accomplices,''
Central Committee report' said.
Swiatlow fled the West. late in
1934. ; He gave United States au
thorities ir.formatien that eventu
ally led to the release of Hermann
Field of Cleveland, Ohio, by jne
Polish government and the' release
of his brother, .Noel, by. the Hun'
garian regime. v
The Fields had disappeared, be
hind .the Iron Curtoin and the
Reds' had refused to acknowledge
their whereabouts until Swiatlow
turned un in the West. ?
. The Central Committee accused
Swiatlow and the other three men
named with mm of having "ex
torted fali9 testimonies" from wit wit-nesset
nesset wit-nesset and defendant. j
LfTTLE TOO LATE A aofu
in his local draft board at Up
per Marlboro, Md, pram
I pussier for USfL Tnek A.
Vaoderooesn $m m reoaa a ats
tor 4irctiA sua to report for
physical xamtoatJo Vaja Vaja-rbaMh.
rbaMh. Vaja-rbaMh. ai 2-ver veteraav
! bow stationed i Waahiariosw
' wri Headquarters Cow
; mand L'SAF, BoUinc Air fore
j H thinkmc Br, about
p .-g tiMMBj Qiirpa ;
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dollars; off reauested new funds
for. buying new Air. Force planes,
missiles' and spare parts. It said
the mm aUowed $5,846,000,00a
plus Unspent funds from previous
years, would- cover all needed pur purchases
chases purchases with- plenty- left over. t
Girls 13; Boys 10
Twelve girls c and seven boys
were born at tiorgas Hospital dur
ing the week 'ending at midnight
Monday, aqcoraing, 40 me resmer
hospital report. During the same
period 204 patients were admitted
and 193 were discharged.
The names and addresses of the
Barents of the eirl babies follow:
Sgt; and Mrs.- h. K. Keushaw,' of 1
Fort Clayton r Mr. a.itt urs. &. x.
Cho, of Rousseau; Mt. and Mrs
J A. Salterio, Of Ancon; SFC. and
Mrs. K.-'J.!i ijimpson, ot Fort Clay
ton; Mf,. fid Mrs. H,, JS Atceny,
cf Panama City; 1 Mr ana ; Mrs.
R, MoVan, of Panam Cityi Mr.
and Mr. M.: Carvasvot cnorre-
ra; Mr. and Mrs. it. r aananora,
f Gambea; .Mr. and Mrs; A. t:
Watson,- of X'a ;Boca; Major ; and
Mrs r staiufer, of AmrooKt
Air. and Mrs. C. A, Brett, of Cu-
rundu; Mr. and Mrs. V. A Lucas,
Of.Ganiboa;,sV ''-'.-?; :i '"r.v f-
Boy babies were born to the fol
lowing: Cpl. and Mrsi.G ,T. Irby,
of Panama City; Dr. and Mrs.
P.; M. Munoi; of Fort Gulick; Mr
and Mrs. J. Forbes,' of r Panama
City; Mr. and' Mrs. R. E. Douglas
of Panama City; A2cu and Mrs.
Archie Carlson, of Las Cumbres;
set. and Mrs. ir. v., Komam.v 01
tacona; and Sfc, and Mrs. K, N.
West, of Fort Kobbe.-
Vnly four babies were born at
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight May 15.
according: to the 'regular T hospital
report. During1 that period. 71 pa patients
tients patients Were admitted and 81 were
discharged; ; v
The, names and address of the
parents follow: Mr. and mis. Gus Gus-tarkus
tarkus Gus-tarkus Foster, of Colon, .'daugh .'daughter;
ter; .'daughter; Mr.' and Mrs. Irwin Smith,
of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Nor Norman
man Norman Currier,, of New Cristobal,
on and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Fran Francis,
cis, Francis, of Rainbow City, son, -. ,. -.j ..,
AI Patrick AF Base!
COCOA BEACH, Fla., May 22
(UP) Tho Air Force confirmed
today, that a guided missile .ex .exploded
ploded .exploded and; burned -early today as
it was being readied for a test fir firing
ing firing at the missile test center at
nearby Patrick Air Force Base.
G. D. N.. Yates, Commander of
the center, issued this terse stale-
A missile being' prepared for
test launching early today was
accidentally destroyed by fire.
There were no injuries to person personnel
nel personnel and damage, to test stands was
superficial." 1 :
A spokesman at the base refus refused
ed refused to disclose the type of missile
or details let ding to- the lire.
,- First reports of the accident
came early today when residents
reported seeing a spectacular ex explosion
plosion explosion followed by a huge ball of
fire that lit up the- sky.
f 1 t
WORLO t EN Z FACTORS
Two world benefactors honored
by Franc are Antoine Bariere.
op. anal Canon FUnta, bottom.
weoae Dicturaa arrr ee) tbaae
mw etajrtfM. Bre wa the
JewnoW- ef a Trrrxh ra4ielocr
tadMioM. the vw tdgtt-tr'
"ianwcy ii (nr maJital
wxamtnetMat. Plant breastfed e
NARROW ESCAPEWWlping away a tear, Mrs. Luba Modarska,"
57, is standing- in front ot the rubble covering the spot where
the building in' whlcb. she lived collapsed only moments before
in, New York.; "The tenement gave way suddenly,' an elderly
- woman was killed and a man injured.
Murderous Tornadoes Kill 18
In Syveep Thru Missouri Towns
FREMONT Mo.. Mav 22- (UP)
A swarm of murderous torna-
does killed at least 18 persons
last 1 night .in South and East
Central Missouri. In Fremont,
thA hardest hit .lirea everi'
building in town: was levelled to
EiKht of those-killed died m
reuionk,-a, mwu -ui tou w Authorities said two of the
persons. Nine were killed at pes- dead in the Desloge twister were
loee 60 miles southwest OI ot.nn-H in tho .ifv itlf '11m thrm!
Louis, anu one. wieu at. vu du-
. . .
ren, near remoin,.
; Nothinir over mree leei jiign
was left standing In- Fremont.'
The once-peaceful community,
looked as though it had been
smashed by a giant bulldozer.
Refugees left homeless by the
storm were taifen to nearby Wl-
Mahb .'tirsarA'.'t.Vtv' tirOra ffl.rprf f Or
In temporary quarters with the
aid of the Red cross, r- ,,
: Th latest- ...storm, .'victims. .;.-v:: ..." -v.. v ;.;t
brought to 53 the number of per-j: Mrs. Helen Kalar,;' former em em-sons
sons em-sons killed, in two nights of de- ri0ye 0f the Commissary, Division
vastating tornadoes in Missouri amj Jong-time resident of, Balboa,
and Kansas Thirty-eiffht per;was fataiiy injured in a traffic ac
sons were killed Monday night icident Monday near Greenville, N,
in a massive tornado that slam- c( according to news received by
med lnt6 the Southern- outskirts abie fey friends in the Canal fcone.
of Kansas city. .. ; Fhe was 64 years old.. :
At Desloge, 34 injured persons
were hospitalized at h e arby
Joseph W. Coffin ;
Named To Succeed
Fire tt. Sfenst V
Sgt Joseph W. Coffin; Jr., for formerly
merly formerly of the Cristobal Fire Dis Dis-trict,
trict, Dis-trict, has been promoted to the
rank of Fire Lieutenant and as as-ignedto
ignedto as-ignedto the Balboa District to
succeed Lt.' C. F. Stevens, who
retired last month, it has been an announced
nounced announced by the Civil Affairs? Di-t
rector;--, '.,'V,-;-:,."s: .'
, Born ink Colon,' Ul Coffin liasi liv lived
ed lived on the Isthmus most of his
life. His father was the late Josenh
W. Coffin, chief clerk m the .Ma .Marine
rine .Marine Bureau in Cristobal. 1
i- t-Mtf' 5:00
mi. iii;iiagy I
H- .) a'"""
, '. iaa
t ; An AlilD AKTISTS Picture!
Bonne Terre. nine 01 them in
critical condition. Dozens more,,
were injured who did not rec-uirei
hospltaIzatlOn. 1 t
, Fifty pints of blood plasma
were relayed bv highway patrol
. j 1 ,w . t jt i iu
, unns 10 me injured ai me Bum
t Terre Hospital, three miles North
or uesioge. 1
MS, V4VJ WVl (M1U V
dled in a demolished farm house
southeast of the city
. - ;.
f srhiAi KlIlAffl
" .' r':..- i. V ', ',
"At the time of the fceident. Mrs.
Kalar was en route to Greenville
to visit Mrs. Ann de la Mater, also
a former -Canal eminoye. No oth other
er other details were available.
A native' of : Philadelphia,- Pa.,
Mrs. Kalar was the widow of John
Kalar, who was employed for
many years -as chief clerk in .the
Marine Bureau in Balboa. .She was
employed in the Commissary Di Division
vision Division in 1939 and up to the time
if her resignation in 1951, was
cashier in the Balboa Commissary;
After leaving the i 'sthmus : she
made hei; home in Charlotte N.C.
r--. I? k.
Surviving her -are four" daught daughters,
ers, daughters, Mrs. Harriet MeNea.1, of Char Charlotte;
lotte; Charlotte; Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy, of
Ingelwood, Colo.; v Mrs. O've
Krouse, x of Springfield. Pa., and
Mrs. Jean Mc Andres,-of Moscow,
- 7:0 9:15 p.m.
r! :'. ': y r v f :
- "WASHINGTON, May 22 (UPX (UPX-John
John (UPX-John F. English, "secretary-treas-urei
of the Teamsters Union;- was
elected to the .AFL-CJO Executive
Council yestereday eucceeding the
ousted Dave Beck. He immcdi
atepy pledged the Teamsters to
"wash our own dirty linen
At th s?me time AFL CIO
President George Meany predict-
eu mai r;nRiisn would succeed in
on"s iiu ui, Dcti as presi president
dent president of the Teamsters.
; Beck was ousted as an AFL-CIO
vice- president and Executive
council member Moneday after
the council found him "completely
BU"iy ui gross misuse ot union
Shortly after his election hv th
w-memDer execuuve council, En
a. ... ..
susu was quoted ny Meany as
telling the irounoil that "we're go
ing wo wasn our own dirty Unen,
proud ot us again."-"
VfT. Vf B ;
fMeanv said that "X haven't nnv
th, t. n5 : "l"1!11
vai .-vv a Uiiiutl a tUl l CllL SIL-
uation. "I hink b'd like1 to eet
rid ot Dave Beck.' -v v.
1 Asked if ho thnimht vnou
woum succeed in this etfort,
Meany replied: "1'eV say so." v
Enclish .'vas rennrted tn K ha.
', V K Vf
mg ; teamsters vice .President
John T. O'Brien of Chicago, who
has announced he will run aeainst
Beck on a "clea .- no ticket'" at
the union's September convention.
Meantime, Tea m s t e r s Vice
President William A. Lee- of Chi
cago also" indicated to .reporters
that he thinks Beck may be. oust
ed as .union, president -at ''the-'next
meeting of 1 Teamsters executive
board; ; facil
i. Although Teamsters hea,;uart-!
ers said no day has ..be--;; for
Fuch a meeting, union officials in indicated
dicated indicated one may be called within
a 'week' or' two. f jM -.
f Moany said he had had a "chat"
with .Lee, today but that it was
not -on the subject of filling the
AFL-CIO Executive Council va
., Meany wa asked if the election
of English amounted to an en endorsement
dorsement endorsement of. him as the r next
Teamster? Union- president.
Meany repliedithat he had "nev "never
er "never hearo that he .(English) is a
candidate" for that job: He said
"the presidency of the Teamsters
Union- i the business of the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union and not ours." -
t Choice ("A NatOral" S
Meany 'said the choice of Eng English
lish English for the. AFL. CIO post was
"a natural" one because -of his
"lffng record xf integrity and serv service
ice service to the iwto" He noted that
the giant 1,500,006 member i union
had been represented on the AFL-
CIO council for many years.
Rhowsr 1:00 1:51 S:S7 5:M
Tbe lZli:G Rays
-j i "7 I Queens! ;
mn fi Turf
JTmrwm mf COUO"J by DUia
English, 68; has been a membea
of the -Teamsters since 1904 when
he joined Local 191 in Boston,
Mass., at the age of 15, At the
time he was driving a two-horse
dump cart. '
f Tn 1flA7 lin c f t a A ta f Af.al
68, alse, in Boston, and in 1910
was. elected business agent of that
local. I ollowmg a stmt in the
Coast Guard, he returned t
Boston. ' t
In 1927' English was i elected
Mh vice president of the inter international
national international -union1- and; in f 936 was
appointed general organizer and
auditor, He was appointed acting:
general secretary treasurer in
April of 1J46 to serve out the term
lespie. He was reelected to thf
position m 1947 and in 1952.
r ia... ni
3rd Try To Insure :
' , 'l
.'The Panama Consumers Cooper Cooperative
ative Cooperative will make its third attempt t
hold a general membersh'? "-st-ing,;tomorrow
night to ir it
the board of directors to 'e
a credit for the establishment Of
two food markets. '
The meeting will be held at 7:30
p.m. m the. sssemDiy nau ot tne
Justo 'Aiwemena institute, oppo.
site the new legislative palace.
In order to vote on a motion "to
give the necessary authority to the
'board of cirectors,- tne ; meeung
must be attended, by at least half
of the total; active membership,
plus one.- '', i
-All members of the cooperative
are being urged to attend and
bring their : friends and relatives
along. However, members who
are vnable 'to attend are being
urged U give written auinonzauou
to other members to vote by proxy
in their- r-ehalf.
The board of directors has. al already
ready already secured two locations for the
operation of the food stores, rr-e
in Rio Abajo, the other on "V
Street, near the National, Insti Institute,
tute, Institute, but rrust await approval of
the membership before putting
the stores into operation.
sj-There ore olwoys people ho
go to cocktoil parties only to
speor olives Ond stob ocquoirrf.
onces. '!-. ..i.- mas'
The Hottest Game
In The West
With Four ':
fc. ihuui w low