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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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OF PANAMA
THE PERMANENT Legislative
lrnmmitu nf the National- As
sembly ''energetically protesiea.
yesterday over tne "insuiuve ana
Idlscourteous" manner m wnicn a
teoresentatlve of the firm which
Jbullt the new legislative palace
pnswerea a requw. oy.. uie.oa uie.oa-Isembly's
Isembly's uie.oa-Isembly's secretary general,
f A communique Issued by the
Icommittee said that the CYPU-
insulted Francisco Bravo when
he requested that certain deft
ciencies w the new Dunaing dc
corrected. r-
EI Panama America reported
yesterday that several gasoline
filling stations are cheating
the public by fixing pump me meters
ters meters so that they do not dis dispense
pense dispense a full gallon. The report
said most of these are located
in' the eutskirtsM'ttrvvV'iV
Th Tiarar ouoted the 'Price
gegulafinR office as saying that
does not have the necessary
nersonnel to make nerlodic ia-
jpections of gas station
pumpt
lor accuracy.
t-'
A new air mail service to the
TTnited. states. elfecUve next
Tuesday,-was announced yester yesterday
day yesterday by Cesar Arrocha Graell. di director
rector director of Telegraph and Posts.
;i Arrecna'aaia me new mury
will be in s operation, J every
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
..-mall boxes by no ofthoe
dava will be mailed out i the,
same afternoon, reaching New
York at 4 awmU tha next day.
- a formal offer will be;madev..to
the opposiuorr WDera rmvy w
. rfthtnet wt-withlnth xt
few weeks as "a concuiatory f oN
jnula" by ine wawwai.
Coauuon,v:v w -'v -::ysF
Kinii nnoted Sources aa;
say Ins; that possime- eauuwnbo
r Mt. an nnnnsitlorx as-,
semblymen Alfredo Ramirez, En-
llque jimenea jr. v.mw
Lopea y Leon.
Adenauer Arrives
Seeking Support :
For German UrJly
v NEW : x ij -t; J7
West German Chancellor ; Konrad
AH.nauer arrived here today i in

I n iA.nt F.inhowr toward "the

u Af renewea iuppuu iiuui

h termination of the melj and un-

j natural oiviswn m Mcim'v 4. j

1 The" tl-year-okl chancellor, who
hopes to find some boost in his A A-merican
merican A-merican talks for his forthcoming
tough battle for re-election, said
' he would diseus with Lisenhow Lisenhow-,
, Lisenhow-, er. Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles : and others rail the
problems the solution o which is
of such great importance' for the
safeguarding i of liberty a ni the
maintenance of peace in the world.

'' All these problems have a bear bearing,
ing, bearing, he said, en the, re-unification
of Germany.- v..-"
. u, v,.-
Budget Cut Ycold J ;
Endanger t'issilj
Defense BrucRer?
VaSHINGTON, May u(W u(W-Army
Army u(W-Army SecreUry WUber Mt Bruck Bruck-r
r Bruck-r said today that proposed appro appropriations
priations appropriations cuts would seriously curb
efforts te perfect a defense against
the intercontinental ballistic mis-

' T3 tKoiraif rfi aiui err a niiin m aj i&.

. ef Nike Hercules atomic defenses
'-gainst enemy H bombers also
would be delayed by the cuts.
, He urged the Senate Defense Ap-
propristioos subcommittee to ap ap-i
i ap-i prove the full $3,721,000,000 ssked
by the Army for fiscal 19S8. While
the Army could .take a loss of a a--
- a-- bout 500 million dollars now in
carryover obligational authority,
be said, it would need -the funds
, tne following year.
s Stocks Irregular
NEW YORK, May 24 '(UP)
Stocks opened narrowly irregular
ft ia moderate trading today.
Mont of the net chsnjes were in
small fractions. i

un ro

'. TAIPEI, Formosa, May 24 (UP)
A mob of thousands of Chinese
wrecked the U.S. r Embassy today
and tried to burn it in protest a
gainst the acquittal of a U.S. mas
ter, sergeant ior- uie peeping j.om
lvlni? of a Chinese laborer..
The mob turned the Embassy in
to a shambles and burned Arner
ican cars and trucks parked in
the Embassy ; motor 'l pool; They
ripped down the U.S. flag and
hoisted ;. the Chinese Nationalist
flag in its Place while Nationalist
police stood by in trucks without
taking action. : ' ;Jivs"y :? :?-A
A :?-A small crowd first gathered in
front of the embassy and began
hurling rocks through the win
dows. It quickly swelled into a
mob of more than 5,000 which
crashed through the- ? embassy
gates, invaded the two-story white
concrete building and (.wrecked
the interionw itiTM -.
. The Americsniv ii 'the" embas-..
sy ware moved out tifcly be before
fore before the mob struck In full ha
tred, enrSKl becauie the Arner.
; ican sorgeanf and. his family
were flown te safety in the Phil Phil-ippines.
ippines. Phil-ippines. One Crowd gathered at
the airport te try to lynch the
; Amark'n oldir. 'mrf
; Anti-American ; feelina U .hetfan
sweeping Formosa yesterday when
a" U.S.- military court martial ac
quitted M-Sgt. Robert G. Reynolds
of Colors, Md, of involuntary man
slaughter, in the death of Chinese
Liu Chi-jaa the night oi March 20.
' Reynolds fround Liu peeping
through the bathroom- window at
his wife who was drying herself
on after taxing a shower. R e y
CuiniuCfrnivcr
In Aid Of Swimming
Pool Opns Tonight;
A i-"carnivalito will opeh to
night at the Curundu Clubhouse
and ,Annex from, 8:30 until ;-U;:30
p.m. and will continue tomorrow
night during the same hours. The
community project Involved is a
swimming pool, now nearly a real reality,
ity, reality, which has been in the making
for three years.'
Dancing, "i floor show, lc a k e
sales, bazaars, games of chance
and thousands of prizes are a a-mong
mong a-mong the listed attractions. :
A gang of working personnel In
Curundu, Including. Joe Reichart,
J. C. Leblanc, Jim Price, v A. W.
Plaia and Arthur F. Jones, have
been instrumental in getting dig digging,
ging, digging, dirt removal, excavating and
grading started for the new pool.,
Interested persons have been
asked to contribute the payroll
cost for one of the laborers, plumb plumbers,
ers, plumbers, carpenters, cement workers.
labor leader and foreman needed;
to, complete the job.

Housewife Chosen F or Paris
jaunt Homebazecl But Happy

NEW YORK. May 24 (UP) A
housewife who was chosen at ran
dom to make a 24-hour visit to
Paris came home today dazed but
happy. v-' --'.i ;'
The tired traveler, Mrs. biieen
Ceder. 45. brought back a Fans
dmsj and tuto graphed, cream
pitcher ana a neaay aroma m
Frencn pertume. -m
"l am tatigu, she said, giv giv-tng
tng giv-tng M last word the latest in
French accent, "but It was won wonderful":
derful": wonderful": -Mrs.
Ceder wss singled out : on
a -Roosevelt Field, Long Island,
nhoDDini center street at 11 a.m.
Monday to make the fast- trip to
Psris in commemoration oi udq udq-tMrcrh'i
tMrcrh'i udq-tMrcrh'i transatlantic flight of 30
years ago that dsy. The shoppin
center is built on the airport from
which she took off.
Mn. Ceder said she had a dou
ble hotel room to herself in Par Paris
is Paris but no bathroom. The public
bathroom down the hall wss filled
with overflow cots from a couple
of conventions.
."Here 1 was away from my
husband anl daughter for the tst
time ia 15 years and I couldn't
take a bath, so I couldnt change
my clothes,", she said. "I thought,
what am I doing here? I went
into a complete nervous collapse.
"l spent my night in Parla In.
bed. They had te call a dec.
tor for me. The doctor prescrib prescribed
ed prescribed champagne. That will cere
anything, he told mi." Se from
then enttwatchampagne,
champagne, and more cham champagne.
pagne. champagne. I wis so nervous I
couldn't eat.

Mob WrechsLi
-1 . r

rmosa
nolds told the court martial he
fired in self defense at Liu when
the Chinese came at him in- the
rinrlr as it hit were ittackinff.
.if. The verdict angered the Ch 1 1-nese
nese 1-nese and throughout yesterday they
cursed and jeered Americans on
the streets. It was the most vio
lent anti-American sentiment seen
On Formosa. It was the first dem
onstration against a U.S. Embassy
since the Communist-led riots in
Nanking before Generalissimo
Chiang Kai-shek fled to Formosa.
Mrs. Liu, widow of the vic victim,'
tim,' victim,' appeared before': the em embay
bay embay this morning to- stag a
"hunger strike." $ h carried
signs in Chinese 'rend English
proclaiming:; "The killer Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds I innocent? Protest against
the United Mates court martial as
an unfair and unluat decision.
' Her .actions' so inflamed the
crowd of ,400 outside the embas
sy they began, throwing stones,
smashing the embassy windows.
Hundreds of Chinese poured fai
from the side streets and the mob
grew to thousands shrieking their
natrea ot tne Americans.
ThrB trurlrlislrc nf rhlnau i.
nee arnvea on me scene with
rifles but no bayonets. They re
mained in their ..trucks. Chinse
JNationalist tire companies also
arrived nut 'made no effort to try
to stop iw raoD.
The Nationalist :l government
sent white-painted armored trucks
to the 'scenebut too late. The
embassy was a shambles. Its in interior
terior interior wrecked.- The mob swarm swarmed
ed swarmed throughout the building, trying
to set it on fire. They hoisted "a
Nationalist flag to the top of the
llagpole anl ijiaped Snothev over
the second story balcony. ;
Kissing Missionary
Safely Grounded
In Colombia
...... ....... 'f
An ..American m t sionary
family reported missing, yes yesterday
terday yesterday in a flight to Barran Barran-quilla,
quilla, Barran-quilla, Colombia, were safe, ae ae-eordin;
eordin; ae-eordin; to Air Force efficiaU
who said the plane was (-rounded
in San Jose, Colombia
when an engine broke down.
- The widespread search made
by rescue planes yesterday was
'.ailed off as soon as word was
received that the Revi Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Adams, his -wife J. Edith
and their nine-year-old daugh daughter
ter daughter Terry Jo had landed safely
in San Jose where the .Rever .Reverend
end .Reverend was repairing the' faulty
engine." -i''-.W,-sThey
were expected to pro proceed
ceed proceed to BarranquilBa today.
The Rescue Coordination
Center, which had initiated
the search was notified yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon that the Ameri Americans
cans Americans had been located.
'"The doctor also prescribed a
sedative which was the same on
they gave to Queen Elizabeth
when she got upset in Paris. Be Being
ing Being upset is quite fashionable. I
want to emphasize that I did no
thing to disgrace the U n i t e d
States." .". a -,
Mrs. Ceder said she finally got
bath and things began, looking
up.;- v o- -:. .v
With a French-speaking Ameri American
can American guide she saw the sights Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, got drets, stopped in at
Christian Dior's "long enough to
spray myself with some perfume"
and lunched at a sidewalk cafe.
That's where the cream pitcher
came from, a souvenir from the
proprietor.,
Gen. High tower
Leaves Tomorrow;
On Cuban Mission
Brig. Gen. Louis V. Rightower,
commanding general, U.S. Army
Caribeban. will leave tomorrow to
fly to- Cuba to visit the U.S. Ar
my Mission te Cuba, and other
Army installations there. He will
return to the Canal Zone May 28.
Accompanying Hiehtower are
CoL R. A. Jones, G4: Col. L. D.
Farnsworth, Jr., G-4; Lt. CoL W.
P. Knowles, executive officer. G-
1; Lt. CoL Carlos Batanres Rami Ramirez
rez Ramirez of the U.S. Army Caribebaa
School; 1st Lt. R. C. Bsughmaa,
side; sod Sfe S. Hail.

Honest John7 Rocket Detachment Here
For Weapon Test.Urider Tropical Clime

Members of an "Honest John"
rocket detachment arrived in
the Canal Zone by air today, to
test the weapon system under
tropical conditions In the Fort ';;
Sherman area, headquarters
U.S.' Army Caribbean said to-
day;;.,,' -. .y-.r,
Commanded by 1st Lt. Rob Robert
ert Robert Florence, the detachment
of two officers and 21 enlisted
men is from the 521st Field Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery Rocket Battalion, Fort
Bliss, Tex., and will be in this
area for approximately 30 days.
' Firing will be conducted on. a
range established in the Sher Sherman
man Sherman area, --.j.-v t
.The "Honest John" previous-,
ly has been tested under des desert
ert desert conditions at the White

Federal Pay Raises

Are
Strang support for a bill (S-734)
providing for "long overdue and
important revisions in the Clasi
fication. Act and an essential pay
increase for classified Federal em-.j
ployes, was voiced by Vaux OW'
en. president of the National Fed
eration of Federal Employes, ra-
presemea in injumi xom m
testimony, presented at bearings
being held. by. the Fenerat a.m a.m-cloyei
cloyei a.m-cloyei -Compensation;. Subcommit
tee nt the Senate Post .Office and
Civil Service Committee. N
Owen stated that, the Clasifica-
bun Act, keystone legislation in,
Federal personnel t. management;
should be amended as provided in
S-T34 t reduce overlapping rin
grades, improve administration of
the Act by providing a better
framework within which the clas
sification of positions can be jus justified,
tified, justified, improve employe morale,
and provide greater promotion in incentives,
centives, incentives, . ','
. . .-"... v
; "The pay Increase provisions
ef S-734," Owen a sorted," are
urgently required." v
."Pay increases,'' he said, "have
been given to business and indus industry
try industry to meet the sharply increased
cost of living, while classified em employes
ployes employes in the government h a v e
not. been granted en increase in
more than two years. T h a t- in
crease of T.5 per cent, average,
was admltedly inadequate.
The widening of the gap be
tween pay in government and pay
in business and Industry 1 4 n e e
that time has made the problem
more acute for the government
Even in the government service it
self, some groups -outside of the
classified group have had one or
more increases in pay within the
last two years and additional in increases
creases increases appear to be on the wsy.
Aside from the ejuestien ef
Justice and fairness wich might,
be considered in giving a. pay
increased te classified employes,
there exists the celd, hard fact,
that the government is In a
most unfavorable position under
present salary schedules te com compote
pote compote for personnel te perform
important end essential services
te insure the defense and growth
ef eur country. As long as the
government is the low bidder;
the mere capable and better
trained people will neither come
into nor stay In the Govern Government
ment Government service. ' "-'"
Owes pointed out that there is
a heavy increase in the number of
employes who are retiring from
the service, representing yesrs of
valuable experience and training
and. that the turnover as a result
oi resignations ana other sena
rations is nigo.

Overdue NFFE

Bet An Oxford You II Use Your Loaf Reading This Item

By doc euiee
NEW YORK. My 14 fUP)
When better slang is built, the
British, of course, will build it,
and if you dont use your loaf in
reading this item I'll bet half as
oxford it wont moke lt peace.
One of Haa glories ef England
for lo, these many years has beea
Cockney rhyming slang, a speech
forsa that seems to have escaped
Americans entirely. But now the
British Travel Aim. has busted
forth with full page magaxiso ad advertisements
vertisements advertisements oe the subject, which
should put it ia the Americas pub-'
ue domain.
So I hurried evvr te Rtsnley
Holloway, the dialect expert w h e,

fin n mtik

U U U v: u u

Sands Proving Grounds, N.M
and under various temperate
climate conditions at points in
the United States. U.S. Army
units armed with the rocket
are deployed overseas in Eu Europe
rope Europe and Japan.-' i.; : s.'''' W
The rocket Is a reliable ar artillery
tillery artillery delivery vehicle, with a
range of about 15 miles, used
for support of ground trpops.
The 27-foot, three-ton "Honest
John" is fired from a launcher
a modified five-ton truck
which is r e 1 a t ively much
lighter and more mobile than
a long-range gun.-
While moving, the self-propelled
launcher can carry a
rocket and go into position and
fire in a matter of minutes.
He noted that the turnover
costs for clerical workers, as re revealed
vealed revealed in the Cordiner Report,
range between $300 and (500, while
for engineers the range is $5,000
to $20,000. ii:, T
'; The Mt t executive pointed,
out that the pay increases far
classified employes as provided
by $. 734 would not create, sori sori-out
out sori-out inflationary prosuros v nd
he pointed te the' many inflation.
ary, tendencies in the eonomy
et f
ar greater magnitude com-.
pareAte which, he said, "a pay
raise or classified ' employes
would be insignificant. -s
"On' the other hand;" Owen de declared,
clared, declared, "the classified employes
have seen these inflationary ten
dencies eat -away the value of
their own income dollars so that
a pay .increase in- dollars under S-
734 would be -only a restoration of
a modest part, of the loss in del
1st value they have suffered.5
ven in tne number of collars, as
distinguished from Iheir value. "the
classified employe would still lag
pemna employes In -the general
economy wno nave received about
a 20 per cent increase in pay dur
tag the past four years as com
psred with, a 7.5 per eent granted
ciasuied employes.
Jl Mitten! CvNAtl '
Marcella Bradley
Diss In Gorgas ; )
Mrs. Marcella Bradley, the' wife
of Charles E. Bradley a locks op operator,
erator, operator, died at Gorgas Hospital
last -night. She was 34 years old.
A-native" of Illinois" Mrs'. Brad
ley came to the Isthmus with her
husband in 1950. For several years,
they : resided in Pedro "Miguel
where they were well-known for
their small too. Recently they naa
mide their home in Balboa.
' '" ':'.
Both she and her husband had
been, interested in collecting and
canng for wild animals. Mrs.
Bradley-waa considered a "junior
partner" in their animal-collecting
business and was in charge of
small birds and snimals.,
Mrs. Bra die v is survived by her
husband. The couple have no chi-i
aren.-. r -. 1
No" funeral services will be held
locally, but plans are being made
to vend the body te Kannapolis,
North Carolina, for burial.
cart belt out a British music ball
ballad se superbly that be stops
the show st least twice a night at
"My Fair- Lady," and asked him
to rattle off a bit of explanation.
O.K.4 guvnor.
' "I'm feeling reeis," he began.
Thet moans I'm feeling rotten.
Get it? Reels Is she first word
s Heehj of cottoW wHUh is a
phrase that rhymes with rotten."
- The idea is te substitute a rhym rhyming
ing rhyming phrsse for any familiar word,
sod these phrases are standard standard-ired.
ired. standard-ired. Head become loaf -of -bread.
But the Cockneys oftea drop off
ill but the first word, se that the
thing doe.nt make rhyme or
irrm, either, unless yea know
lie slang.

tThe launcher can then move
out of this position immediate-,
ly after the missile has been
v.lred. .v ... ;v
The "Honest John" is not a
; guided f missile, but rather a
large free rocket and greatly
extends the striking power of
. the artillery. At present, it
forms the backbone of the U.S.
Army's ground force tactical
. atomic weapons delivery sys sys--
- sys-- terns, end is another valuable
member of the operational
2 family of fire support weap weapons.
ons. weapons. "U The missile is capable of fir firing
ing firing both atomic and non-atomic
warheads. How ever, no
atomic warheads will be fired
in the Canal Zone tests.
Tornadic Downpours
Slam Across
Mississippi Floods
"4DHICA30, May 24 (UP A
new blast of tornadic storms
slammed across Texas today,
blackening the skies over Dal Dallas.
las. Dallas. To, the east, the great Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi River built up a major
flood crest. s
-Tornadoes threatened to rage
across the southwest for the
fourth successive night In an
unrelenting succession of storms
which had killed at least 93 per
sons.

crops -and sent rivers Into tjouuiWe?1 smeiifV4iheae'.l

stage through, the Midwest and,
jdownthe Mississippi
. j
The floods drove more than
82 families from their homes in
routhern Illinois and lapped in
to Indiana farmlands. ...
'At Momphsu; Tn-. the U. S.
Weather rea wafaed of sevaro
floodmg oa the Mississieei' rivar this
weekend, starting at Carutharsvil Carutharsvil-la.
la. Carutharsvil-la. Me., and hitting tee Dyarsburg
kiolav. Tone., aroa hard.
Meanwhile, tornadoes and vio
lent storms thundered across
central.' north and east Texas
and reached their peaic wnn
one-two Dunch at Dallas.
A cloudburst tiooaea .at lease
28 streets, washed cars off the
roads and stranded hundreds of
persona in- cars at underpasses
where water gushed five feet
deep.. .,, ..
Then a poweriui winci. rain
and hall storm battered the
city and turned day Into night
shortly after 1 p.m.
The Republic National same
building, tallest in the South
west, swayed like a tree is the
69 mile per hour winds. Trees
fell down and debris flew like
buckshot, as if a tornado had
hit
Although police reported no
tornado funnel, the winds were
sufficient to tear down wires
throughout the city, cutting off
all power and stopping the
transmission of news for 10 mi minutes
nutes minutes at the United Press Dal
las bureau.
The storm moved" out of the
cltv in about a half hour but
storms and rains threatened to
continue in Texas lor at least
two more days.
BritainGermany
Agree To Share
Tomorrow's Arms
LONDON. May 24 tUP) -Brit
ain and Germany, bitter enemies
12 years ago, announced agree agreement
ment agreement today to seek pooled develop development
ment development of the weapons of. the future.
"'I dont see why guided missiles
should not be included." West Ger German
man German Defense Minister Franz Jo Josef
sef Josef Strauss told newsmen after a
day of consultation with bis Brit British
ish British counterpart Duncaa Sandys.
Hence, in the first sentence of
this column oaf means head, ox
ford means dollar (Oxford-scholar
is the whole rhyme), and 18 pence
is the rhyme for sense.
Inspired saatomicaBy by "loaf,"
Holloway rattled off the following
Cockney translations: Eyes mince
pies; nose I suppose; mouth
Bortti and south; neck bushel and
peck; arms chalk farms a
London suburb; belly Darby Kel Kelly;
ly; Kelly; legs clothes pegs; fort plates
of meat
. Asked te tali a bit of this, ho
woiit tne one better end launch- ;
ed tnte verse, en eld stage rhyme ;
te which 4 have added parenthe- j
firal translation:
! was sitting ia front ef the

All Endorse

Differential,

Same

Union officials from both U.S.-rare and loca!-rat
labor groups on the Zone today emphatically denied that

there were any clashes among them concerning the im

plementation of the US-RP Treaty, f
"We're all working towards the same goal" said
E. W. Hatchett, president of the Central Labor Union Union-Metal
Metal Union-Metal Trades Union, "although we may reach it in a dif different
ferent different way." T
Local-rate unions today emphasized that they have
always endorsed the payment of the 25 per cent differen differential
tial differential to U.S. employes here, and stressed their whole

hearted support of the U.S.

are affiliated through the AFL-CIO.

Hatchett stated definitely that
there was "no animosity of any
kind among the unions here since
they were all working for the wel welfare
fare welfare of their people.
Harold Williams, president of
the AFSCME. CIO-AFL Local 900
rechoed his sentiments, .wvv
defending 'the,, interests of ; our
membership' he stated today,
''and since our union Is part of
the AFL-CIO there is certainly
no clash between us and the oth other
er other unions en the Zone."
(The labor officials were rally
ing their protest against a report
that the U.S. -rate and loeal-rate
unions were at odds with each oth
No 'Dim Otil' Yel
As Panama Cuts
Juice; CZ Helps
There is no electrical "dim out"
in ranama .vuy, ue
Panamena de Fuerza y Lux an
nounced today. ;
Electricity was off for a couple
of hours in certain sections of the
city this morning.
Rut officials believe that with
voluntary reduction of use by con
sumers they can avoid rationing.
Current from the Canal Zone is
supplementing Panama capacity
during the emergency.
Tonight engineers will remove
the recently dsmaged 6000 KW
eenerator of the San Francisco e
lectrc plant from the electric sys
tem.; ..
George McFadden and cyru ua
Costa, engineers of the company
assisted by other technicians, will
proceed immediately to uncover
th niff rotor oi ine generator u
that close inspection can be made
to determine the location ana ex
tent of damage.
It is possible that an estimate
of the time required to repair the
damaged machine can be, estab
lished by tomorrow,
Removing the generator f r o m
the electric system greatly reduc
es the capacity necessary to serve
customers.
However, with the help of 1500
KW being obtained from the Can Canal
al Canal Zone, as previously announced.
plus the voluntary reduction of
consumption by customers, o f f i i-eials.
eials. i-eials. of the Fuerza y Lux are of
the opinin that sufficient capacity
will be available to carry on dur
ing the emergency period without
rationing electricity.
Anna Maria (fire)
"A-warming me plates o' meat
(feet
-When 1 hears a knock at the
Rory O Moore (door)
"Which makes me raspberry
beat, (bean from raspberry tart)
"Se I set down me glass of fing finger
er finger and fnmb (run)
"Which I held ia me German
band (hand;
"And I went to the bead of the
spples-aad-pears (stairs)
"with me dukes all ready te
bed ..
Maybe you've got enough te try
a few sentences of your ewa. But
if you're a married man. I would
particularly advise against taking
. :
n lirimt ana trying u va
trooble-and -strife.

1

im
- rare union with which they
er concerning treaty implements- v
tion.) , r
Williams added that Jose de la
Rosa Castillo, the head .of Local.
907, which consists of local-raters
working for the Armed Forces was
expected to leave early in June to
lesuiy uu ucuiu ul uum npiBi.
. ur i -f 7'n i--i' i ii i j it :

Goals

Bill 1850 which' includes, the Jabor,
provisions of implementing the -treaty,"
Williams said, "and this,

despite tne fact that tt does not
state out clearly that non IIJS. IIJS.-citizens
citizens IIJS.-citizens will be placed on Civil
Service retirement."
He said that the bill, which deals
also with the sin&le-waee nolicv

anl retirement, merely states that -disability
relief to local-rater will
be discontinued.
"We understand that te moan
that we automatically will be ev.
ligible for civil, service retire
ment, Williams added. "Aa far
as the differential is ceneerned,
we have always heartily endors-
ed the 25 per cent differential
for U.S. employes."
Rufus Lovelady, president of the
AFGE Lodge 14. said it was "news

to me" if the labor unions were
clashing on the question of imple
menting the treaty. i
He said he felt there was com
plete accord between the unions.

except ior wnat ne termed ""one

little thing" he doesn't agree with
local-rate unions' proposal that
their members, in U.S.-rate jobs
get U.S.-rates of pay.
"I do not believe that was exact-
ly the intent of the treaty, he said.
Lovelady said that he had pre- -pared
a draft of testimony which
he will present both before the
House and the Senate early next
month when he leaves tor Wash-'
ington.;..- 1 .-,
Part "of his testimony which in include
clude include this phase of the single single-wage
wage single-wage policy seta forth that: 1
1) Legislation will, be sought
which will authorize each agency
of the United States government
in the Canal Zone to conform its
existing wage practices in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone to the following princi-
pies:
a) The basic wage for any given
grade, level will be the same for
any employe eligible for appoint-
ment to the position without re-
ffarri trt vhthr ftui im m it

the United States' or of the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama.
b) In the case of an employe
States, there may be added te
the base pay aa increment repre representing
senting representing an overseas differential
plus an allowance for those ele
ments, such as taxes, which oper-
ate to reduce the disposable in income
come income of such an employe as com
pared with an employ who is a',
resident of the area.
Smalf Business V
To Have Share
Of Contracts
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
Sen. John J. Spartmaa (D-Ala.)
asked Congress today te bring
pressure en the Defense Depart Department
ment Department te award at least 25 per cent
ef its prim conJracta to small
business.
Spartmaa, chairman ef the Sen
ate SMali Business Committee,
said be waa drafting a resolotxwi
to put the Senate en record as
Ifavorinf not less than 25 per cent
t T, W..
I of defense procure ment.
mu vubiirm imu aoarv



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Sir:
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I zfLTT-'zrij if anrt then

I Wcpevw a joker like you write an article, I always re re-member
member re-member tMJg-Jg ; tWnklng ing d ,ined
Tew use the grand prerogative of mind
How few think of the thinking few
f only a fool would write like you
I -cause vou are not in that thinking, few
! ca,u3Zzl ..iin. m set vour passport,

You are reaiiy me
J and your warped thinking and

S!l?ment for the

6ir;Thlsis the "JJg foTthe nff'JuotaS
STgSSS SdTemoeaf 5K even
a memorization rt'" anVknows that he

mm. w. 7, wm
knows not, is a cium,
in your case.
I wins yo, "V
vou were capaDie 01 uuU.6.

nsnahle but it was neither souna, w ,7tc.

you that persons resiaing m
Canal Zone Junior College on an
fa "Chemical formulas'
lessons" ooesni gei w
tlon Is
ne6S.ary- ..t aJ"'1
first
point, xou Sam
common sense wnen som

faTdCt .rsubrect such economics cannot em
yoHant.L Uw Just how WaW$tf&

ing time and a
even up to the University ievei
"U' f
ment. w.can tnej
.1 you.CianT Hwuo z St-."
Panama, iBCWTOTwJ""
from. I bei eye tnai you w--
your Alma Mater ana i
' "r ..kni"
of this "Mgmy repu uo
1 M T
would. ue ""
could recommend It to my
afia. f
would ffwWtOF
would be very wns w p
TVir. is on more
L I'M" T.

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wcmiy ov sincere friend,
Utin American High School Student
TOILET WATER TALE
8lr:Freida.the Fly glared at her husband Freddy. "Where have

you
"Walt, wait, Freddy repiwa.
. ..

! tell vou about me unw a

.

J Z regiment of skeletons dancng ona in roor
! "i look out and here comes tWs model T cnugging ; up

treet. I flew over ana in wic w'p ,"1rhBT looked like "Be-
LUktheVnboy.eh of the Interiorslnce they
nut nSr to the Vanii in fact they thought the French were
P.u iT-t v.t lonkine out of the windows at the

iuu '"!'''';;
mi i v icnauu

Zwr dowrmngipaTtt and hit that am am-inr
inr am-inr rtaht befori T you cross over into automobUe row. weU
wtnt SS ?wSr th another, but they alway kept coming
rifyWlSdd U these arrows. They
toMcOloIkWs2dOn,time when I was In Btngboom. Arkansa.
1 eadWt of the hill, and decided I'd we a big city so

- xiin.vwm inri thev
thero foV tha night It was a
"lcr" .1U' v,' .V ro

: a rouirt To out the window and slide down In case of fire."
j u5itthe7thtak of next." JellybeUy asked In an
a,rt2wtu!-0efoSued McOlook. -After I went to bed I awaken.
4 ed to the middle of the night and looked under the bed and
I daneed If U wasn't missing. Well I didn't want the manager
to think I stole it so I went down to his room and pounded on

-li-..A ., ..id -What
, honr of the nlahtf" "Well,
this
..il v,At thl wli the hour OI
f Well, he Just looked at me In
V, v.,v Thu u a first

J under the bed any more. Ton just go down the hall and follow
the arrow and you'll find what you're looking for."
1! "Well I did. That arrow was painted on the wall right
. tv.. haii r rune to the end and there was a door. I

t ooened tt and went In and there was a fellow In there lust get get-I
I get-I tog SaSy to cone out. I -aid "Neighbor. U there a John to
t this place." Ha looked at me sort of disgustd and asked If I

"Well I looked around and au i saw was a oig wruve oowi
with round wooden aort of a seat aettin on top. I asked him
what it was and he said it was the toilet Well, when I wai
a kid there need to bo a traveling man come to town and he
need to hare the puniest amellln hair you ever amelled. All
the glrla in town used to follow him around lust a anlffln' that
party smelL WeU I asked him one day what it was and h
said tt was toilet water.
"Well when I aw that big toilet thing there I decided I
would get me some of that purtr amellln' toilet water, well
,tha first thinf i knew that there seat thing came down and
'banged in en tbe bead aa hard I aM a lump for a week.
To, know, to- thia day I never faeea able to figure bow
that traveUn' man's head held cut for so long. Bo If these
bere arrows mean the same aa those did they can keep .toetr
toUet water. Ain't worth takln a beaun' over the bead like
that fust to hart your hair smell party." ...
And, continued Freddy, Thats tbe story. When I left
those two old bora were etJl trying to get oat ef that jigsaw

w m-m ii.iiu.

-i puzzle at the end et rtanglpani.
what s for aupper." r
P. 8. Buzzzzzzs

AMERICAN

, .1 22 u m
nhcarvpp wnn wiulc bmuuv v--
riass his neck over the cutting
,,ij i. fiat
go prove that the world is flat.
4Sp
-mars what i
Viin t.n do
nrMInf eood an argument as
;;; nrPtlv clos to being rea-
- r",;.. i.M-.,,n.iitf The
V"",:;: rirsons resid-
equal basis with persons resia
$
tnMther on tbe
T3," mV om ht. to use his
onomics." May I
vw-- - you als0
"trin un to the University of
. b teaChers In mi-
.
"brin-burning" schools
twT-fc : .meter stars. BQjfl
to Mca
- ,r r.,. us the naril
'I.;." obtained your "d-
,vir won ODtainea youi
;V of that school so I
vJ"v 'L .tT .nhnoi in Pan-

irienas nu

,v,i.v
I aeree with you. It
that ev'ery school Ir .Panama
,thod. ret us now clarify that
..
M thTWitt., U.tMt BOrt
:t of tl
lg in
Anil
. nM.kU Kas kniMTiTMy i iini.ii
Ail!
'S ball.
t vaiiv nan m v acii a
" rnri
rfMn't hit another
j .
hart a real novel wier. i J
high class place
had wall paper
tied to the le of the
bed so
th blue blazes do you want at
want at
I told him what was missing
Wie main i- wm ncrucu
moat.
a disgusted way and said
clasa hotel. We don't put
Look,
them
... ....

: Vow lets fly around and se
Selota

Labor News

And
Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL
It wa. a lost week-end at tbe
Waldori: for uavfe tiecjt. wno sup
ped incognito into New York last
i'riday. When he left for Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, he wjs neither the most hap
py fella nor the happiest million
aire. JueCK Jiaa iauea iu save uim uim-self
self uim-self in a lart-minute series of con
ferences. He had chiseled some
S5.000 too much. He was through.
To the men he saw. he. could
evnlain ilia moro than one mil
lion dollars of union funds he had
mishandled. But the ss.ooo ne naa
made on a mortgage manipulation
with the .money of his; taje
friend's widow, Terry Leheney,
was just toa much, The esprit, de
rnrnsA was fieaihst.
The men wno naa promised to
back him wouldn't take a share
nt this choulish Kuilt. They told
him they'd make no move to pre
vent the AiOrCiu rrom dumping
him as a vice-president.
Back in Washington, Bock de decided
cided decided to make one last pitch te
respect. Ha decided to explain
just hew I! happened that ho
made some $5,000 on his
friend's widow after collecting
many thousands of dollars from
ether unions to help her.
It Wasn't easy fortho men
who hao bellowed at prime min ministers
isters ministers and industrial potentates
screw the world. When ho sr.
rived at the APL-CIO hearquar hearquar-ters
ters hearquar-ters the ether vice presidents
sent word out that he was to
wait in the ante-room of the Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Council.
H cat there, literally hat in
hand, like a nervous job seeker
awaiting word about his applica application.
tion. application. After a quarter of an hour,
his former colleagues sent lor
him. ..:-:
AFL-CIO President George Mea-
ny told him off. Beck had two i i-tems
tems i-tems to offer in the half hour he
spent with the high command. One
was Bis formal 500 word s4 a t e e-ment
ment e-ment The other was an explana explanation
tion explanation of l'affaire Leheney, the mort mortgage
gage mortgage widow.
Rprk Raid he lust didn't know
Via wii malrinff monev on his
friend's widow until he heard of
the mortgage transaction during
the Senate racket ousting commit committee
tee committee hearing last week. He Said
his affairs were so intricate that
he just didn't know what mortgag mortgages
es mortgages were sold to the lady.
He argued that he certainly
didn't know that the mortgages
beine transferred t tne Kay J-ene
aey Memorial Fund were his own,
or tnat ne nsa maae a prom on
the deal, which tookhe -money
out of the widow s pocxet.
There was little bluster loft
in Bock as he limped Into the
final words and said that he had
repaid the lady. He had ut
sent her a check for the profit
he made on the deal. He said
nothing about the other $5,000
which his partner In this grime
had alio made, on the widow.
But Beck felt he had cleansed
his soul with the chock, just as
he had been repaying his union
for- the money: he had t a k a rr
from its over the years,' -c-
Why hed he not explained all
this to the Senate Committee Be Because,
cause, Because, said he,-the 'Teas would
not have believed him. Neither did
the council of his peers. He walk walked
ed walked out. f r"i
A motion was all set for ms ex-
pulsiou from labor's high' com
mand. The motion was orierea oy
Geora Hirrison of the Railway
Clerks and seconded by .-Walter
Reuther. It carried unanimously
after some sliKht discussion over
which clause of the constitution to)
use as' basis for tne unprecedeot
ed exnulsion.
Beck took the self-service ele elevator
vator elevator down to the basement gsr-
see. in wluch parking space would
no longer be reserved for Mm,
snd drove off with his lawyer to
see if he were finally through with
his own union too.. -,-
Swift phone calls told him he
wss. He could retire at full pay,
150,000 annually with home, fur furniture
niture furniture and expenses attached. He
could get t'ck and go to Europe
and lust announce be wouiani run
again. Or be could try and fight
and chance, losing the whole pack-
This was' told to him, even by
the men who had been pledging
him convention delegates ngbt up
to last week's hearings. Tbey told
Beck that they had told George
Meany there's be a new p r e I i i-nt
nt i-nt Just who this' will be bo one
can ret a.- :L.-o r'"
wark horses were champing ail
over iht Tesrasters stsble the
la (test entry being New York's
Johnny O Kourke. as rougn-o e w a
as a piece of long pounded dock dock-side
side dock-side timber. The word was that
Tumi) ninth viee-oresident. Jim
'W's. hd told O'Rourke, head of
I New York's District 10 Teamsters
uiicu, if 1 can t maae n, you
stand in for me. I m with you.'
For Beck the news was bitter.
Tbe shade? of Rsy Leheney will
long haunt him.
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MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY
Dear Mr. W.: Mindy Carson of
South Pacific" and a top hospi
tal here are going to court, too.
The star is suing. She claims iney
broke her baby's arm when he was
aays old .. The Mr. K.enneay,
who took .F. Costello home in a
cab the night of the shooting, not
only is'-a model agency exec, but
models mmseur ue s in tne ui-
ferin "headcahe" subway vads.
Rita Havworth and J. Hill are de
finitely in love. Otherwise, why all
those Dig scenes .unier uusuce
Warren'a dghtr Virginia ha a very
important Secret Love, but : that's
U UU uvui At Mun.
u
Regarding the report that
Lord Peter- St. Just and his ac actress
tress actress wife had parted. It Is not a
rift. He has boon very ill and
1 Ia.I W- L. 1 ....
Hi a nospnai. wwry muni in
She expects her baby any weeK
in London. .The Walter Futters
(Betty Bartley of the stage) are
making the parting permanent
. .Exio Pinia was one of the
very first donors to the Runyon
Cancer Fund. Ho donated his
Westchester heme which
brought a handsome figure-.
The M, Todds Lis Taylor), hon.
eymooning abroad, will bo join joined
ed joined ex husband M. Wilding. It
Is all very adult and jelry. He'll
aee hia tots. Vj,;,, ( ., ....
Well, we did our little bit io help
deal with one of the characters
who .butted into the Weinberger
Baby Kidnap. 1 was subpena'd as
a witness for.ihe prosecution and
went to Camden, JV.J., to identify
a telegram sent to you for the ran
som in return for the infant- That
cleans, up the matter now. All the
others (whd phoned Mrs, Weinber
ger during her ordeal) have been
dealt with, by law, including the
one who wasted all Of our time a a-round
round a-round here at the paper. .The
Tommy Dorsey estate will be set
tled next month. His youngsetrs,
I hear, will receive $125,000 each.
Hia widow, Jania (ex-Copa cutie).
about s25,uou.
Prince Reiner plana a surprise
cor Hia Grace. He ia buying the
worlds only white chimpantee
from a Long island trainer. Price:
flO,000.Lynn Dollar of TV stroll-!
ed into the Baccara fiastauraat on
E. 45th with two escorts, one of
which had to be checked. A darling
Baby Bearl .That was quite a
premiere for Dennis King at the
narry more Theatre. Tbey gave tbe
snow about six curtains. but I
felt they were all for his very fine
penorasnce. Tony weoster, autn
or of "Greatest Man Alive," has
a delicious sense of humor here
and there.. H'wood for Roberta
5nerwood a aadres. Has a movie
script "thai just fits her." j
The creditors of your last aatl
radio sponsors Sled a petition ia
bankruptcy. How I remember
your warnings to the network eot
to take them on. One ad agency
went for a young fortune under
writing the enterprise. Lota -of
lawsuits to follow. .Nobody defi
nite yet on wna night your ne
teevee filmed aenes wui appear,
Billboard and Variety bsre differ
ent nights. Starting date 6robsbly
mid-Sept. Your report to Desilu m
H'wood about mid-July. .faU
Domino, tbe Rocknroll star, want
ed "abwlute priTcy on a flight
to th euast. Cast aim SSJOO to
charter a plane- .Every big
bookie ia town has departed until
"the Costello matter blows over."
.
Next week Is Sammy Deris, Jrs,
final at tbe Cops. Tony Martin is
tbe next star. Geoe Baylos. the
very funny comic, has 4 "shots"
at the Americana (Miami Beacb)
after one at the Fdea Roe oa the
30th I enjoy "Joha and Ju'ue"
at the Guild Theatre oa 50th St. A
most entertaining film about twe
power of a woman who persusV
her maa to n away so Lt---s

MpcJerrifse: Men

In
i
to see the Queen. The woman is a
8-year-old darling with much the
same personality aa Shirley Tem Temple
ple Temple when she was that age.. That
Tax Dept. has a $64,000 query of
its own: Whether to tax the $30,000
won by James Robinson, a min minister,
ister, minister, on a quiz show. He gave it
to his churcn.
"The Magnificent Rube" is out.
It's about Tex Rickard, the fight
promoter in the long ago. Chas.
Samuels wrote it. His most recent
book (with his wife) was last
year's "Night Fell On Georgia's.
Mr. Rickard, the world's greatest
gambler for 27 years, refused to
5 amble on any surgeon's skill and
ied from an Infected appendix.;
General Omar Bradley caused a
big- commotion when he was re
cognized at "Visit to a Small Plat
net" in which Eddie Mayehoff does
take-off on the wacky character
callel "General Powers." Gen.
Bradley roared. : "Petticoats of
Portugal," one of your favorite
tunes, has its publishers unhappy.
Hit with a copyright infringement
suit. ,
GVOSV Roie Lm whntu hnnlr
"Gypsy." is off to a iwift trt
will workt he EuroDe-tour ifold-
mine this summer. Last time. (in
53) she earned a mint. Her click
started Britain's strip industry
thriving .Gentleman Geo. Solo Solo-taire,
taire, Solo-taire, who was toe Ul recently, i
in Palm Strines. rettine bark
some of his old tip. He says Lily
Pons has a lovely home there and
when she wants friends to know
she's in town she flies a flag over
the house just like they do at the
Eisenhowers .Russ Brown, who
waited 25 years to ret into a R'wn
hit .show, resigned from "Damn
Yankees. 'Flying to Hawaii soon
..Harry Selby. famed Bl TBI
Great White Hunter. i here frum
Africa. Shudders at our speeding
taha "Tit r.tk.. k.
meet an onrushing Elephsntl"
"Shlnbono' Alley." which nrnd
' sauici. aiex m i if a urn.
without the usual out-of-town try try-ouu,
ouu, try-ouu, has an entirely new 2nd Act
The producer Invites you to aee
COP Congressmen
Scores Yes-Men'
Of Own Party
. ; V.'
WASHINGTON. Ma 94 1T
Rep. Usher L. Burdick defined a
modern Kepublicaa today as a
"yes-man" WbO lets the Elaenhnw.
cr administration do hia thinking
Tbe Nortl Dakota -Renuhlle.B
uid. the typical modern Republi.
can "prooaoiy rides mtoCongres
the President's oattsils- and
ieeks fuithcr security, by ssytng
yes' to whatever be wants.
Burdick said ia hia ewkli un.
Vttcr that tnese members of the
ur may have tough aleddinf to
future elections, when President
Cisenhowr is barred from aeek-
ng another- term.
23 Years' Wait : I
For Phone Call
Is Long Enough':"?
RrVERHEAD, N.-T, Vsy U -(UP
airs. Doreoee English de decided
cided decided todir tbst 23 rears is lart
enough, for any woman -to wait
for : a telenhont call from her
hoabaad. -
Mrs. EngUsh. 4a. asked a tudre
to declare Mauriee Eagbth kgal kgal-ly
ly kgal-ly dead and ditto) her snarri snarri-sr.
sr. snarri-sr. - --,
&be eaN she -wss married te
English ia 177. He was eee eee-teoced
teoced eee-teoced to M days ia jid for
dntnkenncss ia 1K4, she said, and
;old her be wwild call ber at v
as be was released. lie terer c i.

nchell

jC

New
it.Actress Leueen McGrath, rum rumored
ored rumored altar bound with producer
oarmeu tapaioo, also aaies com composer
poser composer Marc iSUtzstein...Well, bless
Dorothy Shay's lil ol' cotton pick picking
ing picking heart. Wnen she arrived at the
aujiorc lor ner Persian itoom book book-ing
ing book-ing she wore a mink coat and a
suaw feaora!.. Tne Miami' Weacn
notet people are gunning for a 6'
way itee ioooera pnoiograpner)
who tamed them all into o weens
vacation as he took pictures uat'U
never see print.
City desk might be interested in
this. Auouc o siuqents at CUN
have mdicated a aesire to attend
tue Jannuat xouta- esuvai u Mos Moscow
cow Moscow ,toit summers Coiiege vtfioials
are opposeu -uj inem using tat
scuoois name..Have another bo.
rauo Aiger 1 success 'saga,
is nuw eo-owuer.; i vroey don'i can
them Girl Fridays over at Maae-
moiseue mag. 'rue masttieaa of If
which lists 'executaries". . .stteifA
Area uuJa is oueruig sumiutr
Stock Theatres Noel Coward's
"ttntne spini" witn curlsune Jor-
gensou aa scan. .The calvDao
craze appears to be taaing.. raiee
piace icaturing it aire gasping in
la ouiera are looking for
new money. Tin Pah Alley says
you eould get a new hymn pub published
lished published quicker.-Your OirJ Friday.

York

why more and more
brides prefer

lt$ known
fact that
cant tell a

diamond by

looks atone.:,, ; ;
You must rely on your jeu'
eler to give you the quality
you seek, Over the years
Isthmians hate learned to
put their faith in CasaTasV 1
lich tcith complete 'assur
once that they are buying
superior quality.
Jt' yourt trust in us. t V and
our constant search for. the
finest diam onds in the
World, . that makes our
diamond preferable.

C I Cllx

iiSMHYUAS!ii::5To:3

QEnnY
WASHINGTON .The amazing
fact about- this Republican admin
istration is tnat it loreot tne les lesson
son lesson taught -oy an earlier; Republi
can administration. -
It's the- lesson that once t h e
budset is fixed no one. on the
adnumstraton team tampers with
it. If he does, be gets off the
team. -.
,The man who fixed this poli policy
cy policy wo Charles G. Dawes in the
Harding administration, -His
work a Director of the Budget
earned him the Vice Presiden-.
cy of the United States.
rtior to Dawes, everyone tam
pered with the budset. The Con
gress pulled it one, way, different
members of the administration
pulled it different ways, just as
it's being pulled today. It was a
free-for-all as it is today. Every
Cabinet member put in his two
cents worth.
- Dawes decreed that Cabinet
members could all argue about
the budget privately before
the budget was fixed.. But once
It was fixed everyone stuck to together.
gether. together. Every Cabinet member, ;
every bureaucrat fought en the
same team against Congress to
Every. Democratic and Republi.
can President smce tn a t aay
(1921)v carried on the Dawes sys systemuntil
temuntil systemuntil this winter.'
Then the Cabinet member clos closest
est closest to Ike-Secretary of the Trea
sury Hunpbrey suddenly jumped
on the budget. was unprecenaet unprecenaet-ed.
ed. unprecenaet-ed. Old-line hureau .chiefs waited
for HumDhroy to be fired. Any
previous President would have fir fired
ed fired him. ::i,',-r-i ',::"
But he wasn't fired. Instead,
Ike went iu spend two weeks on
Humphrey's Georgia plantation.
The result snread through gov
ernment like the recording of ah
earthauake on a seismograph. It
was an earthquake government
wine. ,- '' !' ' -'A .A.
For when the man closest to the
President blasted the budget and
continued to enjoy the President's
close v compamon8hip, 'everyone
else in government figured he
could do it too. v ; ;
One day Ike had a "t e a m."
The next day he didn't have a
team. He's rmht back to the chao
tic budget dnys before pipe-smok
ing, heU-cnd m a r 1 a unaney
Dawes decreed I here should be
no more interfamily bickering o-
ver the budget.. t
. AIRLINE POLITICS
'Much-loved Walter George, the
venerable -elder statesman from
Georgia, is 'no longer a member
of the Sennte-i but the other day
he sat in on a1 highly, important
closed-door huddlej j re. r. v m
- Those who. attended the meeting
were: Sens. Allen J EUender ;and
Russell Long,La., Olin Johnston
and Strom Thurmond. S. C Wil Willis
lis Willis Robertson, Va;, all Democrats,
lus representatives from Jtastern
Airline- ; .., : .
"Eastern Airlines pioneerea
this route end built It up years
before Pan American tried to
get If remarked Long..- This
Idea of giving It to Pan Ameri American
can American Is the most Incredible ex example
ample example of malfunction of govern
ment. I have ever aeon." 1
."The man probably responsible,
said Ellender, "is secretary 1 of
Commerce Sinclair Weeks. He's
- you

7 it ):. f
... J . t

Ul CSNTRAl AYSHUl, fAilXni

gQ Ltei)

ir Mw riAiioN

the special .friend --of. Pan Amerf.
can for some time." t x
The lengthy discussion revolved
around the fact that in 1946 the
Civil Aerwautics Board -Z awarded
Eastern Airlines the profitable
New' York Mexico City nonstop
run. .
Ea'stcfn has pioneered theroutes
from. New York and Boston to At Atlanta'
lanta' Atlanta' New Orleans, and Houston
years before; and it is customary
to let tne nrsi operator oi a rout
extend it further; also fly over
the same route nonstop.., ." ...
BEHIND: THE MEXICANS"
' j -j 'i ..
.But despi'e the CAB award to
Eastern Airlines, negotiotions .with
Mexico bogged down.
Senators at the closed-door dis
cussion pointed out that. Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican was probably behind' the
impasse, .since Pan Am owps
per cent of Mexico's CMA, a p d
20 per cent of a second Mexican
lilie, lAeronayes-j )M
'I have read the report ef an ;
invesigator President Truman ,:y
sent to Mexico to see why East East-orn
orn East-orn was not awardod,this routo.'f
Ellender told -v hia.- colleagues, -"and
ho made it quite- e l ear
that Pan American was working
through Its Mexican subsidiaries
to block Eastern.'- ..- ,'..
Now It years after the- CAB
awarded the New York-Mexico Ci
ty route W Eastern ln 1946, a
CAB examiner l has recommended
that Pan American get thiss prize
nonstop
Senators pointed nut that what
this really meant was that power,
ful Pan American Airways would ;
operate two lines, between Mexico
City and New York. -
For. in return ior the U.S. car
rier which will! operate between
Mexico City and ew xoray .a
Mexican carrier gets the privilege
of operating the same routes
, And since Pon American owns
42 per cent of CMA and 20 per percent
cent percent of Aeronaves, it will be act- J
ing with Mexico in operating the
Mexican line as well as it own.
"It meant that Pan Am will
be operating two nonstop lines
between Mexico ami New York,"
said eilender.3"'it,.,"i.-'i:
- The Senators plan to go te the
White House to protest person personally
ally personally te President Eisenhower. (
Asked for his commepts, Pan A
merican vice president Sam Pry Pry-or
or Pry-or told this column: VThU Jf
Pan American celebrated ita 28th
anniversary f pioneering air serv service
ice service between the United States ana
Mexico. For the first IS ye at s.
Pan Am was the sole U- Qt
airline servieingf Mexico, In, con contrast,
trast, contrast, Eastern ls- not operating
. k. k,.. nunrr nnerated between
any part nf-sihe-United, States and
Mexico' Itnever .baa carried a .,
single passenger, poun a ti",
or an airmaU letter .to any .part ot
Mexico."' ;t.. v- -.; ;
Note-Fn Am has hired MJltoa
Eisenhower. 'Jr., nephew of the
President; Robert Murray, tor-
mer nndersecretary wr
Weeks;' Roger Lewis, riormer
sistant secretary
Forcer and Carroll Cone,, former
Assistant Secretary Of Commerce
and big nwney-raiser ior uw u-,
ocrats. Its Washington attorney is
Louey Johnson, former secretary
of Defense. another big money-
raiser for tne ueroocrw.. M -r



. .unrri IV TVTiFPFTfnENT UAILT NEWSPAPER . J TAGB TERES

aRIDAY, MAT 84, 1957
Ccnrcsstrn Irked
House Group Approves Quickie
THEY THRIVE ON IT.
V
AI Idea Of Losing
Statehood If Alaska Agrees
if:
Pcnlc-Proof Door

if

L

..,, niTisirT iP(vnd from lef J! walta to receive his check for $10 and sug
CAPT. SAMTEt 1 EAINEX fsfcor irom ica v www w Georee Rei- i

.millers wtot aft Prenng vw(ri5t)walta toJrecelves his check lor-$10 and sug-

awarU left) Is George P. Curb, foreman o tneer.
-maintenance shop, Las Cruces hranctuj i

Foster Parents Keep Hi

M Judge Denies

cy

Extradition

I 'iKirr iiTiRcww l,TPlft May 24

(XJP Gov. Leroy Collins gave
a Jewish couple refuge irt Flo";
da today from a Uchusetti
ktritianin warrant. so they may

keep litfle Hlldy McCoy, a 8t

' year-oia cainoiic chuu -reared
since infancy.-
when the srovernor aanounpett

Ws decision at a Jam-pacKea

mav have genuine desire now to

do so. ... J .'

"It was the Eiuses in xruur anu
in fact, who have been the per-
enn fhrniifrh whnm frOrf has as-

BVHO ...
sured to Hildy, these, first two

rights as one or nis cuuaien.-xi
is the Ellises who wanted Hildy

"it. was thev who anxiously a-

oivlUaa her birth with tender

hearing room, Mr. ana i of excitement antici-,' ."I sincerely hope that thl
yin B. tood aentty an now be aUowed to con

hands. Both were crying anu

neither coma wraw- uw;

tions of reporters.

"were Terj,
was all Ellis could say.. Hte

wif at In a enair iwum
W nnttered. i M'Thanlt t God,

thank God ?
v ii. Mud via iVtrM.Ttaee de-

...i v.v. Vi. .olH ha had in-

eluded in a letter sent this after afternoon
noon afternoon to Massachusetts Gov. ros-

j ... ...AHiyw iriA nan rmi icaigu

that the Ellises be sent backjo

fr-iA vi after she was

.l ef wedlock to a Boman

"'Catholic mother, v ,m
r.. m m dnrmtl en o ne

tody f the Uttl ireckle-laced

JLuU.' i.rtrt the tradition

request on two legal points:
' First, that the indictments on

'which the extraaiuon req(jco

substantially cnrBe
fugitives with crimes against the
:iaws of Massachusetts. ;

He sam UlH Unuer
setts law. "intent" taust be
. 1m mriictmimt but the

gainst tne
.""5: IHn kaid. fit IS

objected that the altered fugl fugl-f
f fugl-f tive' are luritives as a

' xie sam
that the Ellises violated

tthe law ey t: """lIZ'

' from Massacnuseii iu oci"
; ilv.l k. ..14 t.h nrnof

per, iwj. out -"r.T -iuJpd

before me snow. "-"r,-

fueitlves were ijjo.--j

, .chusetts at any time after July,

1955. wnicn was wmcuuug u

: u nnnthi nrlor to tne times ai

v in tnA mnirLiiiriiLS.

- ... i a M-.At.AnW

ana oDiigauons 01 piciniuwi.

"It was-tac iuses aiso w
have riven of themselves to
Hildy, as only parents can nn-

derstand thereby fulfilling

. Hildy 's rirht to be loved.
' "With no feeling against the
natural mother, except that of
pity and compassion; with no
antagonism toward our great
sister State of Massachusetts; I

further deny tnis application iur
extradition based upon the equi equities
ties equities involved. ; i: :

'I sincerely hope that this

tinue to grow and develop in the
only home, and with the ; only
mother and father, she has ever
known."1.

House of RepreseiHatives is feeling

Someone iriea no taxe sway us

new panic-proof revolving door.

Someone even proposed doing
away with Congress entirely.
But the House insisted Wednes

day thai. All of theseythings are de

cided musts particularly con congress.
gress. congress. : 'T'4 ij'- i :
Jhe matter of the revolving door
and the otfice building came ? up
when the House considered its own
budget for the next fiscal year,

House Savings uggtiia ,:
-
A handful of economy zealots

fresh from chopping at other parts

of the fedeial, budget ,'suggestea
that the House might' want to

pinch a few-half-dollarsitseif. .The
oi.nnnml7.nrii nronospd -1 h k t the

House cut from its budget: j ;
$7,500,000 to continue work on Its
proposed 64-million dollar office

building tor wnicn a noie nas al already
ready already ben dug. ,"'
; $10,C00 for the. .revolving door
which not only is panic proof, but
. .. .. : t

also is automatic ana conapsioie.
Repi Clare E. Hoffman (R-
vr;k. v eoiH fha hnl fnr'thn nffic

building could be used for parking
' m . .... J 1. J

cars, ur, ne saia, 11 cuiuu we uueu

with foreign aid money. r;.

Rep. H. R, Gross w-iowsi sug sug-0etiH
0etiH sug-0etiH tho hnlA tin made i into a

memorial to economy. 4
ttnf thHniicB vntp.H dnwn. a mo.

tion to cut the ;building funds 260-

176. And it snouteq, oown a monon

to struggle. long without tne re

volving door.
An VknarehUtle -Proposal
ni -r i, Charles ;; O. Porter

told the House1 about' an :,'anSr

..hieHx". nrnnncnl .mMi nv L.. M

Evans, president of jthe National
Cm.11' DiinnMimAll'l Assn.

Porter said Evans told tne asso association's
ciation's association's anniversary dinner Tues Tues-jniolit
jniolit Tues-jniolit ihnt th rnnntrv would

I be better otf without-' Congress

and tne rest, oi, we : goveruoieia,

as well.
1 "He told us. .that the country
would be better off if there were a
fence" arouna Washington," Porter

gaid indignantly
. Tt warn nlttin

WASHINGTON, My 24 (Ul) (Ul)-A
A (Ul)-A House subcommittee approved
Viill tnAnv tt make Alaska the

1 49th s t a t e provided Alaskans

agree in a special eiecnon umi
they want to be admitted to the
union.' f,"

The surprise amendment provid

ing for the special election , was
tacked on the measure at the
last minute at the request of Rep.
John.R, Pillion (R-N.Y.).
Even- if the1 bill is p a s s e d by
Congress andssigned by the Pres President,
ident, President, the ;. special referendum

would have to be neid neiore tne

machinery for making Alaska a
state could be put into motion.:'

If Alaskans voted against Aim-

mediate odmission, ( the preset

bill would -be scrapped and state-

hnnlri nrnDonents would have to

."start all over, again."

Tho thorritonoi tubcommlttoa
of the House Interior Committee
approved the amended state state-hood
hood state-hood measure; by e vote, of 1
to-S after voting U-to-f to adopt
Pillinn'K. amandmont.; s. a ;,:

Pillion, a statehood foe. has con

tended along with Rep. A. l. mu mu-lpr
lpr mu-lpr fR-Neb.V ; that, Alaskans may

want to come into the union but

mm. .1 nn. run til i 4

) ThA New Yorker drafted the ref

erendum amendment late yester

day after the subcommittee had
roiBptoH hi nrnnnsal to eiVe Alas-

Ka oniy one representative m tne
House and no senators,

Rep. Leo W. O'Brien (D 1N.Y.)

subcommittee chairman and a
statehood suDoorter. said he was

confident the amended bill would

hp annravMi hv Ponffrpsn

Uii caiii hot ftlcn uai -nnfMpnt A.

iasxa voters .would approve state

nooa. v- a : ;,,-'.
, i The supcommittee's action cli climaxed
maxed climaxed 3V. weeks of stormy pub public
lic public hearings nii a month of
slow-moving executive sessions.
. In' approving the bill, the sub

committee also adopted an admin administration
istration administration amendment which would

authorize the President to with

draw a large area of Alaska for

defense purposes. '
However, ithe group included
language which would permit ci ci-vialin
vialin ci-vialin authorities to keep control
over certain municipal functions

in the section carved out for mili

tary use.' i

The statehood measure, drafted

by Alaskan delegate E. L. (Bob)
Bartlett. now coes to the full In

terior Committee for v closed-door

consideration beginning next Wed Wednesday.

Acorn In Windpipe

his Pjay; Florida

Boy Suffocates

TAT.T.AHASSEE r (1TP1 Six

year-old Michael Clark choked to

dniilh when, an acorn s Became

lnHfYA an Atn In. hia winlninAl

that he was unable to breathe. I

The youngster, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jnn Clark of Tallahassee.

swallowed the acorn while play

ing under $ an oak tree across
from his home. Dr. L. L. Pararo,
who made an attempt to remove

the acorn in time to save the

child, sad the boy must have put
the acorn in his mouth a
"gasped . which made him
swallow it."

Michael's death, came onlv

three days after another near-

tragedy in the family. The boy's
uncle, Otho Clark, was bitten by
a fhark after r boating accident
Monday. He and four others sur survived
vived survived for 20 hours on a makeshift
raft before being rescued.

"
'r ;' ''-; 'A-,. ,..:,-, ,,- .... -S,

Auto Mechanics, Abnormal Psy chology

Offered; By CZJC Summer: Session

Collins, who Is a Protestant as

well as an attorney, said mat
I.. xrlnHrla law a DersOQ IS

' not fugitive unless he Is pres--

ent at or aoout w w

alleged crime ne js ,c;uacu w
was committed, -..' -"The
request of .the Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth of Mass achusetts is
therefore not in proper form ana

is denied," said uie guvu..
There is no appeal from the
Governor's decision and Collins

said he saw. "no useiui puij

l. allrfnTlna VTaMlirrilllieLLS u-

lll . . ,k

thorities. to iue a Drier iuwi
clarifying their stand in the
case... V

It jt ciear o me m
erlminat proceedlnge against'
Mr. an4 Mrs. Ellia are ayathe-!-.
aa.id Collins.

vn frlmi or Kianaoins m m

proper sense is involved. ine
real Issue is simply whether or
h piutodv of viiidv McCoy

gXMW W J

should connnue witn uw r-"w

or oe, put unaer lnsut-uo

u.Im enst A rartfnn

been argued that Hildy's natural

mother nas tne ngnt fa
ullf, rrawrA In tha pnvironmeot

of her own Catholio faith, and

' must yield to more fundamentaJ
1

l no great ana rw" via
all of as, retardleM of faith,
rrants to every child to be.
. bom first the right U be want wanted
ed wanted and secondly, the ri.ht to be
loved. HHdy's mother baa de de-Bledjboth
Bledjboth de-Bledjboth of these rights f
b-Admit?tedly, she eld not want
Hildy in the first place. Prior to
-hild'a htrth. ah voluntarily

made arrangements for others to
.. hr as anon a aha could be

safely moved from the hospital.

"The mother now riaims tnai
she loves the chlid, but this can can-rot
rot can-rot be true in a real s?ne. Sne
may want to love the child, but

love cam only result from the e-iv-i
lnt of one s self to another. This!
she has wver done, although she,

More than 60 courses Includ

ing some new -classes in.., auto

monhanlOaV flrivii ErfllDlIlB1. 1UU

music appreciatlonr wili-be offer

ed by tne uanat J&otieiimniur v-w
lege during the 1957 ': Summer
oAeatm anmrfirtr i tA' an .an-

nouncement made today by Rog Roger
er Roger C. Hackett, Dean of the Junior

College. i

. (
Rfffistratlon for all classes will

be held Friday; June 7, during
rps-ular office hours and i from

0:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Junior
College office. Only those classes
for which at least 10 students re-

sister on that day and pay tneir

tuition will be 'actually started

on the following Monday. au
others will be cancelled.

RAAatnn mnrnlnar class

es will Include those in the fields
nf art. hininpM and commerce.

engineering and science, English,

history, social studies, mstnema-

tlcs, and apanisn. rarucumi
rniiraM ti iu offered include art

appreciation, business .English,

Inorganic chemistry, metal shop,
high School algebra, college al

gebra, plane trigonometry, ... U.S.
history, American Government,
Europe in the 20th Century,

nhnrthand. tvDine. and engineer

lng architectural, sheet metal,

and machine drawing.

, umvi tv TPntlon of the

.W.. VAwr
drawing courses and the metal
shop course, which will meet for
four hours Saturday mornings,
all of the courses will be held in
one-hour sessions M o n d ays,
Tuesdavs. wedn esdays. and

fThursdays.', .

' Courses which will be offered
during the later afternoon- and

early evening, Include most of the

courses' also given m tne morn

ing wnn tne loiiowiug auuiuuuoi
'hiiKineaa law I rrlmlnal law', busl-

ness. .arithmetic 'rEnglislv lltera-i

ture, dramatics, puDiic speaiung,
auto mechanics, shop mathema

tics, driver training, slide rule,.

general shop, organic cnemistry.

elementary psycnoiogy, aonunntu
nsvcholotrv. elementary French,

elementary German and three
courses, in music elementary
theory, advanced theory, harmo-

n v inn muRir. anureciaLiuii. wuu

the exception of the course In

driver traininir. wnicn will meet

Mondays and Wednesdays and
anti mchanic. which will meet

Tuesdays and Tmirsuays. Most

of tnem wiu meet at eiuier o:ju

or 7:30 p.m. but a few are sched

uled for 6:30 or 8:30. p.m. The

course in abnormal psychology

set lor 4:30 p.m,

On the Atlantic side, morning

classes will be offered in busl

nftss English', English composition

and elementary Spanish. During
the late afternoon and evening.

classes will be offered In business
English; English composition and
VS. history. These classes will
also meet four days each week.
, ,:' i:- : ;
The Junior i College Summer
Session classes will start June 10

and will continue for eight weeks.

Properly qualified students may
earn two semester hours of regu regular
lar regular college credit in most of the
courses offered. Only US. citi citizens,
zens, citizens, or Individuals whose -responsible
parents are US. citi citizens,
zens, citizens, are eligible to enroll In the
Summer Session, .

'It ito nlain tn In lift did IOt

represent nor did be speak for the
small -business men I know and

The few congressmen in uie

House applauded. ;
Compromise Seen
On Integration

In Church Ranks
!.... ......V,. .... . : r k

liairi t. Watklns of the. Louisville,

MetHndist area orediets. UM ouu

...a, .14 tnnmu. a. : maaiim neT-

nvvu FClu' f. r- -. i w

mitting integration of the denom-

(inations w n 1 1 f ana .e
churches. .v "" "',,
. Umiuirar Bl)inn Watklns said.

it mnst unlikely" there will

be 'integration of congregations in
the Memphis Methodist Confer

ence, which includes west l ea ea-nessee
nessee ea-nessee : and part of West Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. .'

The measure, coming up ior ap approval
proval approval before 97 regional Method Methodist
ist Methodist conferences this year, would
.Haw Vaorn rhurrhpa in ask

I transfer to. white regional confer

ences. y

Th hlshcD said the conference

must approve the move.

"in &oum aoesn i uujeci w
northern, conferences taking in
Neeroes. if they want to,", he

said. .,.:.. '

"This is looked upon as a com-
nrnmic 'allnwinff Mfthodlsts in

ai-h of the two .sections of the

country North and soutn to oo
..rl.f 4Ka tvant to dn. ..

must miv;
Tha likelihood of a Neero

'church tsjeing to move into the

Memphis unierence is most un unlikely.
likely. unlikely. If that step is taken, it

most likeyr wouiu oe voiea uown.
down." '"

PLY.

MM

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ops and torgshots: That funny i!,r-
nift KovusR irin the movies now.
Not all of-the TV star, though. He's
minus hw on-camera gags (nes
playing a' villain .you know), part
of his mustache, all of his cigar
ana eigne rasunas oi weigui.
The clgAr, the gags and some
f the tip friz are misting to fit
his rota cf cantankerous Army
eanfaini.hojiwhe around pri pri-vi
vi pri-vi iojaeklemmon iir Colunrt- -bi
Sir new comedy. ''The Mad
B. 6," Ernie says he's lost the
ei ifr pounds being a film ae-
" to f
From juft standing," he tells it.
I nit on eight pounds sitting down
for 13 weeks writing a book." The
bo t, a novel about TV people ti title
tle title if'Zoomar," will be a big shock shocker
er shocker tor Movietown.
Mere's not a single cutting re re-BiaMi
BiaMi re-BiaMi anywhere in it about Hol Hollywood.
lywood. Hollywood. Coming from a TV bred
NeW- Yorker like Kovacs, it's al-
mri rienrptsine.
'If lik? Hollywood," admits Er-
nidi rather sheemsniv.
tere mh be puzzling, about
her the people in Ernie's book
1 art!
T . ii
jfor real. "They re ail compo compo-characters."
characters." compo-characters." he says, "of peo-
it
pld
I ve met during eight years in
But he adds: "At least tnats
Wl
It I'm going to say in court.
ftST HIM as a heavypluck his
ishelve his gags and niae nis
cir and he's still a lunny man.
Lilt .nut being impressed with co-
Th erpntfiS electronic i mar
vb1k crins. "is black and white
nt" Thau. nVinWrantl evervthine in
coWr girjs in-red oresses, men in
Wyi' suits, "vellbw wallsand ev-
erifhing comes out black and white
orithe screen. Changing coior mio
blifck and, white' how do they do
itJTb'.s genius."
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. Lia studio' Dress agent
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ins it. "I've been around uiese
lolfled'TV stars before."
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SION," PERSUASION," groat release attraction tomorrow and Sunday at
the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, has been one of Hollywood's five
top-ranking- stars and box of flee champions for ZS years. He
also is one of the extremely few actors to win two Academy
Awards, having won hi Oscars for his performances in
-Sft. York- and "Hlfh Noon."
In AWed Artists "FRIENDLY PERSUASION," he re re-sisters
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of. jolly !d English drinking songs,
perhaps.
Greer Garson ; flying crosscoun
try with her pet poodle sleeping
on her mink coat in ner lap gave
fellow passengers somethign to
talk about.
I'm told sho had special dis dispensation
pensation dispensation from the airline after
she explained her pet had been
having cession with' a doggy
Dsvchiatritt.
The pooch riding in the baggage
compartment, she s said to have
argued, might undo what the psy psychiatrist
chiatrist psychiatrist had accomplished.
OlvmUic champ turned -actor
Bob Mathias loved it up with Fay
Spain in a test for Matjac's "Chi "China
na "China DoIL". Now they're talking a
bout him as a future movie lov lover
er lover boy. Well, he has the looks
and the-muscles. ; v
THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, ...Mrs.
Jones: After one of those days
when everything went wrong on
the set of "Ride Out for Revenge,"
star Rorv Calhoun gave Producer
Norman Retchin a pill-box.
"Tranquiliier," explained Ro-,
ry. Inside the box were three .22
caliber bullets.
The, Witnpt: Eve Arden got Elvis
Presley's signature for her daught daughter
er daughter Liza's autograph book. Later Ii Ii-za
za Ii-za showed the book to a school
chum, who noticed three other au au-tnoranha
tnoranha au-tnoranha Gertrude Lawrence,
John Steinbeck and Grandma Mo
ses. ...
'Do they have any nit rectorusr
the girl asked Liza.
Mmr in THE SCRIPT: A couple
of teen-agers got caught in a crowd
of adults doing the Charleston to
the music of the Firehouse Five
Plus Two at the Bainoa Bay ciuo.
"Gosh," said the gin, "i m
glad wo didnt live in THAT
ra."
When Kirk Douglas was the only
star of the film, the title was spell spell-pH
pH spell-pH "The Vikine." Since the addi
tion of Tony Curtis, Ernest Borg Borg-nine
nine Borg-nine .and Mike Rennie to the cast,
iT now !The- Viktnfcfc.7 ;
There' no butinws like "No
Time for Sergeentt" business.
First a hit novel, thn a hit TV
chow, then a hit Broadway play.
And now a movie, with Director
Mervyn Le Roy's terc explana explanation
tion explanation for lt four-medium success:
"It has no time for messages or
being an artistic triumph. It's just
entertainment."
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The Creeping- Unknown:
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PARAISO 6:15 8:25
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Censdre Move

ikely Despite GOP Anger

WASHINGTON. May 24 (UP) -Senate
censure move against
Sen. Wayne Morse (D-ore.) ap
peared unlikely today despite trur
anger over his attack on President
Eisenhower. .
Senate Republicans demanded
that Morse publicly apologize for
calling Eisenhower ana Teamster
Boss Dave Beck, "the same kind
of immoralists" In -. a Detroit
speech last Saturday. ot ;...
' Sen. Homer E. Capehart (R (R-Ind.)
Ind.) (R-Ind.) told the Senate Wednesady
that if Morse made the statement
on the Senate floor he might have
been "subject to censure." i Sen.
Styles fridges (R-N.E.) '-'called
Morse s statement snocKing."
Morse, a former1 Republican,
promptly repeated the statement'
en the Sonata floor and challenge
fd his GOP critics te try to cen!
surem, Jhr l'"
'invited" the Senate1 GOP
policy committee to introduce
censure resolution and include re remarks
marks remarks he 'made "on or off the
Senate, floor."
"Introduce it and let's set on
with the trial,!' he said.
Morse 'charged that Elsenhower
had in effect taken money out of
the pockets of taxpayers by giv
ing a tax write off to the Idaho
Power Co. for the construction of
power dams on the Snake River
oeiween jaano and Oregon.
omely Blonde Tells
Of Taking Hammer
o Murdered Male
LONG BRANCH, N.J. (UP) -comelv
blonde, mother of
three, told police todav a -beat
her. common-law husband to
death with a hammer while he
slept and then hid his body, for
48 hours before deciding to sur
render. ...
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Police said petite Mrs. Norma
Mueller Davidson, 25 signed a
statement' confessing the slaying
of Anthony Murano. 36, ; with
whom she had Uvea for three
years. The couple had a son two
years ago. v.s'
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The slaying apparently resulted
from quatreJs over Murano s un
employment,' authorities said. :
ouce quo lea ura. uanason as
saying she struck Murano on the
head thrre times while he -elent
on a sola early Tuesday. Then,
according tu her confession, Mrs.
uivwson wrapped Murano s bod;
in- a rug- and frageed it to a vei
lar boiler room, which she locked
Her three children slept through
the sisying.
Mrs. Davidson,, who,- whs di divorced
vorced divorced about a. year ago, re returned
turned returned te the cellar late last
night, police said, and dragged
Murano s body to a driveway ad
joining their apartment home.
She told t-ollce she had planned
te drive Murano's body "some "somewhere
where "somewhere and dispose of it, but the
task proved toe big for her slight
frame.
Mrs. Davidson went.- instead, to
the apartment of ber landlord,
Eugene Magaro, and told hinr
what bad happened. She was
booked on a homicide charge.
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Against Morse
Morse said he saw no distinction
between "a Dave Beck" reach
ing into the pocxets of his union
members lor "an- interest free
loan" and the Eisenhower admin administration
istration administration "putting its hand sinto
the pockets of the taxpayers" for
what be said was in effect a simi
lar loan to Idaho Power.
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companion or ine wrong
doings of the Eisenhower admin administration"
istration" administration" in case after case,
Morse sald'l can't square this
administration with political mo morality."
rality." morality." 'In my book," he said, "the
President of the United States is
guilty of political immorality."
A few Democrats rallied to
Morse's defense.
Sen. Olin D. Johnston (D-S.C)
said Morse failed to make clear
one distinction between Beck and
Eisenhower: Beck .did know what
he ias doing,"1- ''
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Volume Recovery;
Oils Supply Fuel
NEW YORK, May 24 (UP)
Stocks staeed a aDirltei
in the last hour of trading yes yesterday
terday yesterday after drlftlne- lower
of the day.
Volume picked up sharply on
the advance, which hrnucht in
dividual tains running to 6 points
i" oyccmi issues, ine maraet
finished the session with gains
and losses fairly evenly diylded.
The oils supplied the fuel for
the late rally, which lifted
prices from their lows all along
mo mm. uu runt, wmcn naa
been off more than 2 at its low.
snapped back to close with a gain
or l. Eastman Kodak also fea featured
tured featured In the chemicals, riaine
Market men attribated the
rise In part to some glowing
long-range economic forecasts
and to the fact that at no
time daring the past few days
has ': selling pressure been
strong.-The last factor la a
sign of that there's still plenty
of life ta bulls.
Amerada sparked the oils with
a gam oi 3, followed by gains
oi it 's m oeuy, 2 in wucox, more
than 1 each la Texas Co., Kerr Kerr-McQea
McQea Kerr-McQea and Anderson-Prichard.
and In In Mission. Gulf was a soft
spot In this group, losing L
. Steels were easier, with Na
tional down l1 and Dukens of
7g. General Dynamics and Doug Douglas
las Douglas lost more than a point each
in- the alrcrafts. Chrysler rose 1
in the Autos and Ford added V.
the last helped-by a prediction
that its first-half sales would hit
the three billion dollar mark for
the first time. American Stores
and Safeway ran ud more than 1
each in the mercantues. Metal
were easier.
The Industrial average pin
points the extent of the market's
raiiy. it uosea at 504 02, aown
S 41 from yesterday but up more
than 3 points from the days
low. The railroad average was
146.24. Off Q.38; utilities 14 58 oft
0 22 and 69 stocks 175.78 off QM.
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ICI1 In Ren:

NEW YORK, May 24 More
than i 700 American profesional
nurses and 30 student nurses will
attend the llth Quadrennial Con
gress of the International Council
of Nurses meeting May 27 through
June i, m itome, Italy, it was an
nounced today by Miss Ella
Best, a. N., executive secretary
oi me American n urses Associa Association
tion Association and chairman of the Public
Relations Xommittee of the ICN.
Official deleeates renresentintr
American nurses at, meetings of
the Grand Council, votine bodv
for the. ICN, will be the ANA offi
cers: miss Agnes Ohlson, R. N.,
of Hartford. Conn., nresident-
Mrs.'j'Myrrje H,- Coe, R, N., of
luuiucBuuus. muin.. iirsi ritt.
president; Miss Mathilda Scheuer,
ot rnuaaeipma, Fa., sec
ond vioe-nresident: Miss Lucv D
Germain, R. N., of Detroit, Mich.,
third vice-president: and 'Miss
Frances L. A. Powell, R. N. off
nicago, in., secretary.
Miss Ohlson has been nominated
for the office of president of the
iuv, a leaerauon of 37 national
professional nurses associations.
ICN officers for 1957-61 will be e-
lectea uy the Grand Council.
Miss Mary Louise Steinke, pres-
lueni oi uie ixauonai student Nurs
es' Asociation in this country, will
represent ine live-year old NSNA,
which is sending a representative
to the Congress for the first time.
It is CXDected that action will
be taken by the Grand Council to
begin organization of an interna international
tional international student nurse unit under the
aegis of ICN. according to MIm
Best. Who Will attend. Mis Stain.
xe wut speak on June 1. at the
closing sesion of the Congress.
Also to be discdsed will he a
proposal, recommended bv t h o
ruunc neiauons committee, that
a 4-uuurm staung the purposes
and goals of the International
council oi wurses be developed,
Miss Best announced.
American nurscR ftnrHn
Congress will ioin over 3 nnn nm.
fessional nurses from almost 60
countries for the conclave to be
held In the Esposlzione Universale
Romana Hall in Rome. Thi 9,
for the first time, meetings of the
Grand Council scheduled for May
27-29, will be open to all nurses
attending the Congress.
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KINGSTON. Jamaica J
trumpeter Louis (Satchmo) Armi Armi-strong
strong Armi-strong en his appearance Wednes-
uay mgnt m the. (ieorse .VI M,
anoriaf Park: i r 4 s 9r, ..
. .r -"bsi, cungregauon
Of cats I Vt hit tha hnrn for ovonnf
aown in Ghana.?
NEW YORK -Evaneellat Bill
Graham on neonle who nverin.
dulge.in television, radio and oth
er enienamments; .
''PeODlc who indulffn inn miMh
in TV. radio, and novels and other
entertainment are guilty of idola
try. ( ;.
CINCINNATI Dr. Ashler Mon
tagu, rrinceton, n. j. author and
anthroDoloaist. on tha need for aa.
ng Deyona tne teacning ot the tra traditional
ditional traditional three R's
"Men must become masters of
the fourth R, which is human rela relations.
tions. relations. Schools, beyond all else.
must educate in this art of being
a person. .for it is the most fund fundamental
amental fundamental of all human activities."
WASHINGTON Sen. Wsyn'e
Morse (D-Ore.) on challenging the
Senate to censure him for his re
fusal to apologize to President Eisenhower:-
l
"Introduce it (the censure reso resolution)
lution) resolution) and let's get on with the
trial." -
LONDON Prime Minister Har
old Macmulan on unilateral ban banning
ning banning of the hydrogen bomb:
By itself, banning' the bomb
would hot prevent war. It .would
merely make it virtually -certain
that if war came we should lose
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MRS. ELIZABETH BELL, employe o the project' and! plana
service ;branch, Engineer Section, Fort Clayton receives aa
outstanding performance -rating from Col. R. L.s Hill, engi engineer,
neer, engineer, U.S. Army Caribbean, in ceremonies held recently ijj
the latter's offices at Port Clayton, Mrs. Bell's awaiJ cover.
ed the period January 1, 1959- through December 31, 1956.
" v. r(U.S.- Army Photo)

VFVV Elects Two ChairraeriiFoft1

Annual Sale Of
Plans for the 1957 sale of Buddy
Poppies by the Veterans of For Foreign
eign Foreign Wars got underway last night
when Cdr. W. W. Huffman of Post
3876 and Cdr. 'W. Evans of Jost
100 appointed W, E. Garner and R.
Johnson as chairmen of the an
nual drive. Garner ; and Johnson
have long been active in veterans'
affairs. !&-;:
In accepting the positions as
chairmen, Garner and Johnson
pointed out to those present that
the campaign could be a success
only if all members of the com com-munity
munity com-munity participated in the drive.
They stressed the oint' that
whUe the VFW will lead the way,
other citizens of the community
also have an obligation to see that
the campaign is a success be
cause the funds collected go to as assist
sist assist all disabled veterans.
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Buddy Poppies

The new chairmen noted that,
there are today more than 20,000 20,000-000
000 20,000-000 ex-service men still living
and that the Veterans Admlnis. (
tration' cannot care x' completely
for the multitude of cases it nowv
has on hand.
it is, therefore, up q organiza
tions like the Veterans of Foreign
.Wars to take over the more urn
gent of thes; veterans problems.
The VFW can do this only if en.
ough funds are raised through this
annual sale of Buddy Poppies.
- In conclusion. Garner and-JoTin-son
stressed that all funds in the
sale will be used solely to rehabili rehabilitate
tate rehabilitate our disabled servicemen,,; to
aid others in their readjustment
problems, and to provide, a norm
al, healthy borne life for war or
phans at the VFW National' Home
for Orphans at Eaton Rapids, Mich.
... of cutting wfre with
. 4 t'or using tools of
180U vintage-
. ..ir.en cons to
PR0T0 izz&srtm
XI 11.L tf. X- A.
wuy me xiijja qu&my, touxn.
for doing your work right!
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I ; By DICK KLEINER li J 7 ;

Compromise School Bill Gets;

Eisenhovier'sCompleteSupport

WA
rBRirtent Eisenhower 'tent : word
- to' Congress today that a t'compro t'compro-5
5 t'compro-5 mlu" ii .500.000.000 federal ichool
.nntriiitinn nrncram has his "full
it was the first public indication
of Eisenhower's i atutuae ? xowara
the i compromlse'which was work worked
ed worked out of hberaleDwnocrata .and
Eisenhower Republicans.? j
The President originally; request requested
ed requested a four year $1,3(,000,000 pro pro-granl
granl pro-granl whiles Democrats favored a
ix-year $3,600,000,000 plan. They
settled on 30 million : aouars m
year for five yeara xo neip :
build schools. ip- i :u
k They drafted a compromise for formula
mula formula for dividing m mony a a-mong
mong a-mong the states on of the is,
sues which contributed to the de- :
feat of similar,' legislation Jest
year. ; .;. -.' ;arf a. i'i;vl':X. ""-i"
irieAtifiAWA' AnnmlTlrAll tile 'DOfil-
tion on the compromise bill to Rep.
Samuel K. McConneU Jr.. (Pa.),
ranking Republican on the House
r i i th j r,AMM;tAA
" j-aDor ana auuciuuu ww
who visited the white House to re-
' port on his own investigation of
U.ritaniii lain inn rresiaem
till preferred his own program
particularly jiis proposal mi u u-tribute
tribute u-tribute the federal school construc construction1
tion1 construction1 money Among the states ae ae-MnrAna
MnrAna ae-MnrAna in thfir real need for help.
. But McConnell said the ; Presi President
dent President told him that he t'reaBzes a
compromise la necessary! to get
the legislation passed this, year.
approved by the House Labor and
Welfar Committee ? and vis; now
awaiting Rules Committee clear
ance to go to ine uouse iioor.
Uz-rnnnpll aaid he showed the
President pictures he took during
a recent xour-siaie ior ui .juisauu-
ri, Ohid, Indiana, ana lowa.ui-investigate,
the need for; federal aid
to schools.1; i fr-:""--
H- aid he : teM cisennowM-
thare ( can be? no i'argument"
that there is real ahortage f
classrooms and that "the states
badly need assistance." t
, I1C SWU
freed completely t that the feder federal
al federal program should be only a "stop-

-f gap measure not a permanent

program to neip aiam
their present school crisis J .. :
AbbuSaad tern
Inducts 28 Ilsvr
Shrine
TwantT i ipht eandidatei walk-
ad Oie "hot sands of the desert" to
iwoiiii members of Abou Sad
"Shrine Temple in ceremonial
held Saturday at 'Ancon" Masonic
Following the cuslomary cere cere-jnonial
jnonial cere-jnonial the 28 new members were
suests"of honor at a dinner-dance
held at me r on Amauur uujot
rman Vena that aveninff. Over 325
Shrinera and their Ladies' gather gathered
ed gathered f of a buffet supper with danc danc-toglmtil
toglmtil danc-toglmtil midnight : '. V
Tho'eW members are' Federick
H. Arnold; Roy.N. Barber; Alton
O. Crawley; Victor M.- Fernandei;
Lorenx F. Gerspachr" Richard A,
Bathaqay; Paul E. Keaton; Lav Lav-era
era Lav-era King; Murray Klipper. Ralph
N Uasters: Robert L. Moore; W.
Uarrv Munvon: Richard. C. Peter-
aim: Samuel Roe. Jr.: Jonteele
Tahlir: Joel E. Thomosbn: Ken-
Beth A- Thompson: Harold I.'Trin I.'Trin-sin;
sin; I.'Trin-sin; James H. Van Ernst; Charles
r. WhiUkerr Karl F. Woodmaa;
Robert J. Thompou..Sr.: Felix
Kirmnski: James E. Cliutck;
James N. Herndon; Henry O. Bar-
bee; John C. Walker; and Charles
. r. Stanley-
' Natural Gas Bill
Not On Agenda
ForThis Year
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
Chairman
Warren G.
karnuson
D-W'ah)
said today
Commerce Committee doe not
nl.n U Uka n the contrcremal
am rLraefr nn
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:V5?ra roire to I 1,1 tV- House w k;r! ? 3 The "Soviet Fleef made a it it-.rl
.rl it-.rl Zth?JA w .rsnnJl .ttack on Adm. Jer-

.k.V';,i.m,l
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rv..f-rt rucrl v. .. n lirl
ar to r"rp r.i-;ral ras p'O-
ucert ia th f.fij frwn uTtiiie-
. ticm of the FMral Pcr-'T Com Commission
mission Commission but PrM-pr,t Fiw Fiw-rr
rr Fiw-rr e'v"1 H 'o .'Trir? f-rrij-r
b? San. Frnc-. C- t F. H tv at
tr -'i to t -n a S." O f

r TiailPBf asked "Congress

that the funds' be granted to the
states under a tormuia mat wumu
ahia thm nnnrosr utates tnree uOl-
lars for every doollar they put up.
Th. ri.hac- atstpa wnuld have V tb
.111. 1IV.IVM1 ..
put up three dollars to get one fed
eral, dollar, ?nowever. .-. i;n, i s
: ( The compromise cut this 3:to-l
ratio- to-2-to-l..;",; a :-it v.
, i The ; measure has been given
only a slight chance of passing
the House at best., It faces almost
artaffii-' tfknnniiiHnn nn'.. tha i t! floor
from foes of any government aid.
to- schools and a ngnt over tne
school integration issue is virtual virtually,
ly, virtually, asured. , .
Canada Names llev
Ambassador
OTTAWA, May 24 (UP)-Ronald
B. C, has been named ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to Egypt and minister to Leb Lebanon.
anon. Lebanon. External Affairs Minister
B. Pearson Announced today.!
He replaces the late- E. Herbert
Nnrman whu rnmmlftpd suicide
in Cairo early last month. :
MacUonneJJ wiu arrive in Cairo
within. the next few days. He is
now deputy undersecretary
state' for. external affairs here.
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By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA- SerriceT
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IVi tPata V Paaat Paaat-t
t Paaat-t :-' Paw Paia Pass
f Opening lead 4 X J
WHEN Myron Field of Mew x on
jumped ngnt to seven nearu ne
tuo thai- ha wa talrinff a vafnoie.
His partner might have the right
cams tor a layaown grana siam
or he might show op with a bold-
ma rnir wrani otvm nn ni a r ii
The jack of clubs -was opened.
oumRij c.rae ooth on me taDie
and Myron saw that be had a pret pretty
ty pretty good play for the grand slam
but no cinch. ... .... -
Something had to be done about
his third diamond. The first shot
in hi looker was ta if mM
establish dummy's queen of eluba.
e won tne opeing ciud lead with
his singleton ace, entered dummy
with tha miMR nt Inimfii mtlmA m
low chib and returned to the dum
my witn tne King ot trumps. He
then ruffed the last low club and
when the king failed to come up
be was reduced to a play in the
diamond suit.- 4
If he could have looked at the
West haod be would have bad ao
problem. He would have seea the
doubletoa queen, of diamonds and
simply played the ace and king to
pick it up. 1 f
As it was. be played in see a
manner that he was able ta make
that play jut about as surely as
if be bad actually looked into the
West band. (
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t n3 Csn4TU -U iww rjauca miws
tfmiriiU trump, discarding

ScBia low diamond from

dummy
on
, . w a L.J a la
I "'ZZr.-Z-'a
ted
IflKl oumwuu ( v,.i ....
flowed tathu aawoo.a.,0, ..y
(roe hid tb wmrw rws aoow
, t. J ...it .r iO
roa hid the comrt-! news about

l.lthe d:amoad afvcau.. (

" .ui m -v .
UDTlfUiiy M a-
way from the kasg of c!t aEirt
a grand a'am cor.trart. i i a r
rirair;rg ca"d tl to t,L k.rg
of cl-,;v. not a c -'-n1. ""''"
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Ciifen Rum Bscky
In Brilish Bars ?

After 17,Ycar$: J5

t nvnrM if, i arp jAftrmusic achool, under the GX Bill of
LONDON. May 24 (UP) --Alter H .did ta eme music

an absence or 17- years tton a-.
cardi, the famous Cuban spirit.
0 I
back on saie again m wiuin, ..
Tton Bacardi has not been im
"I
ported into Britain-since laja at
ported into Britain; since 1939
matS.t-H is now avauauie ri i,u
sm!nnhaM.
shillmgsa bottle. and .varia. ae yrp
at 50 shillings a bottle.
uncevagain oanenoera ia uow
, don's fashionable West End hotels
Once aeain bartenders In Lon
and bars will be serving Bacardi
rai
and Daiquiri coauaus. it win di
a neir drink tO almost tWO Bene
be
rations who have grown up since
it was last unponea ,irom v.uua.
Toicbr
famnua Tuhan drink, the -Sole
gents ana importers, neagea
R.itUr pave a snecial CUDan par-
ii-their ceUar.;'in "Re-
gent Street last nighty
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yMmipVrrf'A a ,L a tin

wines iraae as weu uulel
rubbed shoulder, with the season'
smartest debutantes ana tneir es
corts, and drank cocktails,, listen
ed to uuoan caiypsos ana aie v-u-ban
food. ,',.' Lu',
Socialist Leader
Becomes Austria's
Chief Of Stale
P 1- 4 ? 7 tt .,"' ,-'- -, i
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ciausi m7-iM .up.-. .

Schaerf was sworn into' office to
Aiiatria'a third nost war
president. He pledged to maintain
Austria'! : neutrality -. wuum iuc
framework : of '"Western culture
and civilization." ; f r
Schaerf, who "was elected May
. tnnk tha oath, of office In
in.nf uieiiinn aI ParliaiYianL. .'
. xne new trresiaeni toia ruui-
mantJ he would work Vfor the
fi.ittnlahin .if Austria witn. all na
tions and the maintenance of Aus
trian neutrality. ; f
He declared: lib we v. a r. -that
"Austrian : neutrality d e a not
mean that Austria, will not con-
tinna ta remain Dart of the COUJ1
tries with Western culture : and
civilization." ; v
Lace-Clad Body; $
Of Prelly BrahelleK
Found By SergeHni :
iiiiMT ria Mav U fUPV
The body of a pretty young f Irl
wearing a macs tace areas
sheer stockings, was found flouting
in Biscayne nay toaay.
Dr. Joseph H. Davis, acting
county medical examiner, said the
iwtv annaremiv naa oeen in me
lait niehL He aaid
ikd niin soman was about 19.
.ut. .
Thora waa no apparent uku m
assauiu-;.- -i -r
Police sought the Identity of the
girl and an examination was being
miH ta determine the cause, of
deajh."-, ;) f : : v.-'
Tkt girl had dark1 brown hair
Ch. alui wora tin aold earrihes.
Lmmi E. Allen. 29. a technical
sergeant from Homestead .Air
Fnrr Raw near Miami, discover
ed the body floating at ue ouix
head acy Pier 10.
Accounts Of Sub
Activity Off U.S..;
Slander, Reds Say
' LONDON.' May 24 (UPV-The of
ficial So-mH navy publication to
day disnrssed a "slanderous m m-mora?
mora? m-mora? retxwts- that Rusian mb-
marines were' operatine off the
Amerirat. Atlantic coast. But the
nivT.ornn at OMOted bv Radia
Moacow. did not flatly deny the
.p an.tader who
reported
..t Rcd jnWrflannes
, i Ail ..
fre maneu-
Teresa ta n.juit
r at ers.
"Wright etmifate? rarxjs sln sln-ws
ws sln-ws ramnrs, mair.y abo-jt
t t fubmarmes whirh have il

r 1 the r,rt tran. cf a-r
- -T the l.-sr-e t"i;t," i-.f
ji.i crg.n ii J.

KV.v YriHK CNEA) The record

industiy. vhich dearly loves sta
tistics, has noted two numerical
Hrla AF illIltlT flUIIPP: :. ,1 .v
1. A definite drop in the sale Of
children's: records especially inose
designed for the older (8-10 ,or
thereabouts) kids, .'
2. Sale ot pop recoros wmcu
always ben heaviest in the teen teenage
age teenage bracket,., is now growing in
the younger (8-10 or thereabouts)
age limit. ' 3 -i
JLraw your own conciumou. j
The average pron, if he thinks
about Latin American Danaieaa
I ii -. It.. .u n
auuuv
ers at all,' generally pictures them
as growing lip in sugar cane ueiua
m a fMvi ntf" .hihunhiiiis? around ,a nc
learning to, pUythe .maracas by
The real Bfe story of Tito Puen-
u thu i nulla liahla tfl ClUSB I
revolution in the average person's
thinking.- V'-' WV?
v Ernest ABtaony rueme is a ew
Vi.lr.ii. TIa loondr1 h mmie In

Vlwnr that. -pnntieh to be bucler

f f .--.11t.h huffi..
. 1 J -M ...... HtV'' 'rltlf .ntf
World wat, 11 lor inret years,
'W hnA mum a nrttv bad 1I10
ments;'! he ays VBut the worst
I had to nlav tans
i. i,. .j vi, ),..,! ,J. m,
r . .ountrv- in,
meric 4n band, in the country. Theinl
RCA records sen oeuer man uieir
competitors'. Their albums are es
"T' Kia.
PSKS
Dk.r.. tkat'a karauaa uilltt
. -.-r- t- - .-
know a trend when ,ne one
'"Utrinh rumha ae chacha eha
I A mrt iimmiv m raanzaa iii.i
B "-" .
will have only a iimiraa mamaT.
c k.' mAAmA laxz ta Latin
- GamA ieV tfifin: I 1 E I IV B D
ton's."-! Tito says,, 1'had added La-
" 4
d
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iuie same vuing, iu -iBvcioo.
f. writ nff a straicnt iazz arranee-
"C'Tu- VaT.tinn ".
rhythm secUon ... ...
f .tin miisin ha aavi. la still DO-
Mils. In oortaln aertiona New
York. California. Chicago. Philadel-
I pnia, wasomgion. hp un-pu uo-
. ' Til- lil 1 V..
cause ji na jnium ui
- "It'i the samt reason kids like
rork-rid roll he tayi. 4It has
h- k-t T fhinlr tinn Which heff
lanfrawi rnvrnm ana ntTi0Eiea, ainc
era did lot to kill big bknds.M
1 'WftW Inario 1 B-prert!'m't
I . a tl k! V...i-
singer ana a gooo. looung t"l uul
she doesn't have to worry about
euv woHf
T -r tm a A 1
delohia. ahe invented bra she
called the f Flip r Top,", designed
to enable her to change costumes
quickly without having to change
her bra. She made them for friends
and. when ehe got into the "Zieg-
feld FoUiea,r she madt them for
the show girls; They persuaded
her to take them to a manufactur
er. She did. He uea. tie Dougnt.
Now she'a getung tat royalty
checks amounting already to
twice as much as her' "Follies'",
salary and her ,' record royalties
comomea. i .,; ,!..-",
DICK'S FICKS: ThefV Platters
had a smash with "My Prayer."
So they've changed a note-nere
and there and have a new one can
ed "My Drtam," which should do
just as weU, (Mercury ) Others:
Wimoui uim :rraniue ju
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Mlcki Marl
Columbia" i'took At TEr(Tom
"i:annntf. kVtH. -."S it lire e"
( Mindy Carson,, Columbia) j "Fool
Around-' (eontane ensier,, u v w.
"I Am a Heart,' a Heart a nean.
r.n.ni. n i h h Mi r e u r v):
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"Freight 'Train"' ( Margie Rayburn
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ia 4"CalypsOi HoUday," which
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.,k;r h ii YPnlumhial
.w,n. fjivnA Mim; Wilmoth
Houdini and some oia c aiy,FB
standards;, Decca i T. uoompy i
ha authentic tiavoriirecoruea rmy
Lk. Tm.i.iM Raarh Hotel m Naa-
U1P iiui-iwiu
aau; Columbia's "inffcaiypso var
nvai? na. various -arusts Wiiu au
time calypro favorites.,
t-L Arnhtra a .'at work for .your
classical pleasure -Ormandyt and
ii -Dhiio.lolnliia Orpheatra O lay
some everU ipopulaselebtiony by
Richard Strnuas including i Till
Eulenspiegei r, erry, r t
n.,.mh p. rialliara and the Fnu-
nrrhestra have a line
rendition of -pespighr'The Fount-
ains of Bomci' ana -prauuau-.....jn"..
Anffeiv. Fiedler a a n d
fu. paW firrheitra nlav a
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light and lovely program, inuu inuu-ingvlbert'a
ingvlbert'a inuu-ingvlbert'a ,,DivertissementJi.-and
putnn'a "The Incredible fe Flutist?
Maine Couple,; Baby
Reported Missing
En Route To Cuba
BOSTONMaV 2(UP) The
fta narjartmeni.was asa-cu w-
r. ..ri;,,ir. intn the where-
?'.tk" "r ;;ir noothbav
arbof., Maine, familJ 'ta-Cqb.
1 cape, ana wir? u ;
den. and tneir ;, au-moui.ii-yiu
dauehter Sandra "who re
i . an.fnnf lYmmer- excur-
slon boat.,were reported missing
yesterday.. A sister-in-law. .Mrs.
.i i.. n wtawaii of Tewksburv
said the Lowdena left Maine last
September 'to apena. tne wmier
in Cuba.? but that 'afle nai not
heard from -them since April 10.
i She wired Rep : Edith Nourse
Roarers (R-Maas.) to, request a
State Department 1 n o u 1 r, y
t V. tha TTA l F.mhBMV 111
Havana.- Mrs. Wlawall said tne
tlllUUllI ww.-
that they were neaoing ior ine
onrf nt Ntraro. iiowever. aiir
..m har latter tn Nicaro was
retarned marked 'unable to de
liver." .-. ?.,& ';. ...
gan a coastal search from Bath,
Maine, to -Cuba, v Mra.v WlawaD
said aha waa afraid tha couple
altKav hat rftf fic.lllt V- at iCft.' OT
ran into "foul play"; In their lat
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f MISS KATE FRANCES FEIERLEIN -Major and Mrs. Otto B.
' 1 Feierlein of Ft. Kobbe announce the engagement of their
dauehter. Kayes Frances, to Mr. George Joseph Keiner in.

on of Mr. and Mrs. George Joseph Keiner Jr. 01 ua.K rarx,

Illinois.

FOURTH OF JULY FUUND-RAISING DANCE
WILL BE HELD AT LEGION CLUB WEDNESDAY
' In an effort to raise money for the-Fourth of July to be
-celebrated in the traditional manner on the Pacific Side,
Jarlous civic organizations have banded together and organ organ-:ed
:ed organ-:ed fund-raising dance, which will be held at Ft. Amador
American Legion Club Wednesday.
, liW Boya State, Girls State, American Legion, Veterans of
' ''Foreign Wars and Pacific Council are some of the sponsor sponsor-'''
''' sponsor-''' r jng organizations. Alfred Gauvin Is chairman of the com-'

U.S. Ambasador
Invitat Press
To Mm USIS Officers
. Members ot the Panama- Press
nave received Invitations to a cock
tail party to be given by the Am-
- bassador' of the United States, of
America to Panama, 1 Julian F.
;Harrington at La Cresta next Fri Friday,
day, Friday, to meet Mr. George W. Ed-

ntn and Mr. Lee Ringer of the U

sited States Information Service.

Pimm

- lack aotlce for inclusion la this

column should bo submitted

tVDO-writtsa form and mailsd 00

tho boK numbsr listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otborwlsa," ar dalivarsd
kv hand to tho office.'. Notices t
mtotini cannot be accented b
tslophono. ; f '

Lt. Moumblow v

Memorial Post r '.
Moots Monday

Tho Lt. Garvvn Lt. Garvyn H.

Moumblow Memorial Post No.t 38-

H will have its regular meeting at

th Post Home Monday at 7:30

The main items of diseusion will

ibe the Poooy Dav sales and the

Department Encampment. wmcn

will be held at the rost on June

8 and 9. All members are urged

to attend. -. 'v'. vf;

and Mrs. Harrold will be returning
to the Zone aboard tho Panama
Liner Cristobal,, which sails from
New York today.

Fro nth Ambassador
ntertains For Visitor

u.' The Ambassador of France in
I Panama M. Lionel Vase and Mrs.
I Vasse were hosts at a dinner at

the Embassy residence at La Cres Crests,
ts, Crests, Tuesday in honor of Dr. Jean
Roy, who was visiting here, on his
way back to France from a trip to
South America.

Mn. Josefita Aria
Rsturns From Vacation
Mrs., Josefita" Artss is -returning
to the Isthmus aboard the Panama
Liner Cristobal which sails from
New York today. Mrs. Arias has
been vacationing in the State's.

is affiliatedwith Rho Delta PI sor

VWigr. :

Mr. Kiener is a graduate of Fen-

wick High School. Chicago, serv

ed four years in the Navy and is

graduating from DePaul Universe

ty in June. He is a member of Del-

i Sigma Pi Fraternity..
The wedding will take place Oc

tober 5 at St. Mary's of the Lake

Church in Chicago, Illinois.

Bricono-Hattlor Engagement

Announced 'V.F'rv : .;

Panamanian Ambasador to

Brazil, Julio Bricpno and, Mrs. Tri-

xie Briceno announce the engage engagement
ment engagement of their daughter Rosalene to
Mr. Brack Hattler Jr.. son of Mr.

ana Mrs. cracic mtuer formerly

of Panama, now living in the7 if.

mted States.

No date has been set for the

wedding.-... ,
(Contlnned on Page 7)

McCarthy's;
Successor

Folorloin Kiener Engagement
Announced

' Major and -Mrs. Otto E. Feier-

lain ot Fort Kobbe, Canal Zone an

nounce the engagement of their

daughter. Kave Frances, to Mr;

'George Joseph Kiener II, soft of

Mr. ami Mrs. George' Joseph lue-
I TW..I- i Til : : ;.i

ucr dr., vi uu rui, iuiuoib.

WASHINGTON. Mav 2 f!HU

Wisconsin's three Democratic eon.

gressmea urged the State's Repub Republican
lican Republican governor yesterday to call a i

special election promptly to' name

a successor1 to ine late sen. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis).

The telegram was sent to Gov.'
Vernon W. Thnmsoir hv Rent

Henrv S. Ri-nm Ttr n Tha.

I son and Clement J. Zabloeki.

Gen, nd Mrs. Harrold
Returning To Zone

Major General Thomas Harrold University in Chicago, where she

Miss Feierlein is a graduate of

Pocateilo.Higb School. Pocateuo,

Idaho, and is attending DePaul

HEW COFFEE,
HONEY?
SEEMS

TO HAVE A
V PEEPER
; COFFEE
fUVOB!

rs.

YOU'RE WIDE
AWAKE, THIS
MORNING, DEAR!
YES, ITS BORDEN'S,
NEW
"RICH ROAST"!

Bordcn's'Rich Roasl"-the NEW Instant Coffee
that gives you DEEPER coffee .flavor. Try It!

35f

they said a new senator could

have taken hit seat in July if
Thomson "bad 'performed, .your!

uuv m.ccuiuoce wiia-une'-nau
century old Wisconsin tradition
and called a special election
week or more ago."
Sixth Child Born

To Actor Chaplain,

Wife Oona O'Neill

LAUSANNE. Switzerland. Mav

24 (UP) Oona O'Neill Chaplain,
daughter of the late playwright

&ugene O'Neill and wife, of Char

lie uiapuv gave Dirth' to her
sixth child, a girt, yesterday in

uic juunicnoisU uuzuc nere

Chaplin said the babv nrobablv

would be named Jane. Mother and

daughter were believed doing welL

The M-ycar-old 'comedian, wha

also Has two other children bv

ws secoaq wire, 'Lata Grey, was

caued to the clime from his home

at suburban Corsier-Sur Vevey

wnere ae naa neen wonung on
picture.

He and Mrs. Chanlin. SL were

atwea on jubo iovims.

FLORA. 111 May 24 IXTPY 'A

destitute Texas family of 10. the

youngest a iwo-aay-oia' bahy,
found a ". haven ; of Christian

menasnip in Flora toaay.
The townspeople, Inspired by a
Biblical text in the local newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, have adopted the family of

Gene Abney, 31, an unemployed
carpenter from Corpus Christ!,

xex. l.'K',5 '.v. -u: -.
Church groups and Individuals

pledged that the family' shaU

want for nothing and all -Its
bills will be paid until it is able

to continue the iournev horned-

provided the Abneys ver waht

to leave. ,

Abney had set out in a 1941
ear with his wife and seven
children to find work In Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio. Unsuccessful, ha
started home, driving along U.
fi. 09 through Southern Illinois.

i Last Tuesday nleht. the car

broke down in Flora, 1,000 miles

rrom corpus cnristi. At the same

time. Mrs. Abney began havlnar

ulovf pains.
She was rushed to Clay County

Hospital and a short time later

a boy was born. 7 -v

The next day. the Flora Daily

News-Record began Its story of
the birth with a text from the

book of James, second chapter,

vexses lO'Xi:

'."It a brother or sister' be
naked, and destitute of daily
food and one of yon say to
them, depart in neace. be ye

warmed and filled, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding ye give them not
these, thing which are needful
to the body, what doth it prof profit?
it? profit? Eyen so faith, If lt hath not

wonts, u aeaa, being alone."

The newsDaner storv.. told of

the Abneya and said they "need

hero end a lot of It." It arced

r iora a o,wo xesiaenis xo "runc-

uon as God's win intends."

Within 24 hours after the sto

ry was printed, these things had

uappcuca w uie Aoneys:
The doctor who delivered the
baby decided to waive his
' charge, w,;- V
,,; A ; bank set up a fund for
donations to the family, and
had $75 in matter of hours
$50 from a single family.
The Salvation Ann contribut contributed
ed contributed $100 and the small congrega congregation
tion congregation of the Church, of Christ of offered
fered offered to pay. any blllf for the
Abneys without limit. Bundles
of clothea arrived for the chil children,
dren, children, ranging from 13 years old
down.1 u-'i'-y :',' 7

A. women'1 J church society

i": 'i'r .-UL .AM.:TVMr

A.'

J

I

i COMMXTTEK FOR FAREWELL1 TA-f$ome "6f the' members of the committee which arranwd the farewell 't oian h'nJ'

right are Mesdamea W, J. MoellerJJrJ., 0.,A,.Meser,.Jk H,..Van.JCrnstJ. A. L,Munson (chairman R. W. Hecktag and B. w

Cornel r Research Unit Says

Auto Seat Belts Save1 Lives

NEW YOBK

(UP)-A Cornell

University research group
claimed today it "ad proof "be-

vond- all reasonable doubt" that

auto eat belts.. save lives.

Motor Vehiofe Research Inc., of
Npw .Hamoshire. has. charged

iaffetv .Lplts do no. good and are

even dangerous.

jnhn f Moore, director' of the

Automotive Crash Injury Re

search Division (ACIR) i at Cor

nell answered the charges in v a
report stating the 1 belt provide

a neariv tu Der cent -euouc- v

avoiding njnry in an accident.

'. Moore told United Press a cor-

nell committee on transportauon

frt v rsnrch reoorted on ei-

frctivaness of auto, safety belts

to a House subcommiuee in an
effort to, bring the controversy to

a'head. : a... ;-

".Vr Rejecr Sufliesfion

Thn: American. Medical ; Assn.

suggested the subcommittee,
which Is investigating traffic acci acci-Honts:
Honts: acci-Honts: ha used as "a sort of

nnndlna hoard" for UW argil'

auHuuwf

mit ni tho committee aEreea.

Moom said.- But Motor Vehicle

Raaearch and other anti seat

belt groups refused t ptesent

their .case. : ;,;.,,., :i

'Moore said Insurance companies

believing ?r the value of the belts
and in combatting the .- public's

scheduled a fuhd-ralstng' jffe&tancg,Jft.r

party tomorrow. An auto dealer
set about obtaining a new car

lor Aoney.

m
nmtmtm

afiiuaa tattki Hah at

IntaMSMt. DaaaaWky

MEXSANA
MIHCATI0 fQWttt

ACIR to pyblTsn fmding6f Its
fnHIPi' As a resulU ACIR issued

its 1 "first press release,? Moore

Th''','nucteir:i'eompareo hts
croup's study of 5,000 sctusl cases
with thoje ot.JJotor; Vehicle Re Research
search Research i'"- 4 f-..;.'.
He said that in his department's

two-year .experiment, card files
were made, of reports of medical
and police experts until 163 ac accidents.
cidents. accidents. In which seat belts were

Sr. t Hi ;,IV

:''Kf:CV-::?v.v.

worn, were "matched" with 162

in. which they were not..
. ;Msts Factors -

Moore said that among factors'

which had to be the same to make

a "matea were the type of acci

dent 1 area of impact and direc

tion of force. Speed at impact,
number of doors opening and
number of ears had to be alike.

Other .' facets reauired to be

equal were make.'' weight, ;yeaf of

manufacture and "seated area oi

qpcupantSi .';;.', .v;.;t;

' Moore's '' group 1 found thtot, Mirt

actual use: properly designed and

installed- sent belts will increase
a. car occupant's, chances -of es escaping
caping escaping ihjurv in an accident by

nearly ;?60 : per cent. -a fi

Studies shew front doors open

in 50 per cwit' of all accidents in involving
volving involving car manufactured prior
to 1956, he said. He called pas

senger election the second most

important cause of injury in au-

wmoDue '-accmems : ano pointed

out that seat belts keep passen

gers in the car.

SurgeonsJ Separate
Twins Joined v

a a t i

Mr ADaomen

t 1 f W i I

'CLEVELAND, Ohfo, May 23

turj &urseuns toaav spnafatm

James and John Freeman. s i a.

mese twins ( born April 37, joined
at 'the abdomen. in.' a four .hour

long operation. xne DaDies were
reported' in satisfactory condition

iQiimvjng surgery., : y,

two teams made up of four sur surgeons'
geons' surgeons' and ; assistants discovered
the twins shared the same livr

uociors on iaed tne liver, a .medi

cal ouiieun ttom' North Side Hos Hospital
pital Hospital said.' "tv-.y 'i. ;.',-'

The operation showed the SA-riav

bid babies had separate gall blad

ders ano mtesunat tracts.

The UwlncVweMT bornVto Mrs.

William Freeman. She and her

husband left the decision to aenar-

ate the babies up to the team of

doctors who operated today."

t

Tcamsbrs'ViJpJs
ConiRiilis Suiciia;;
tfcar Seville llomo

Seattle, wash., May 23 (upi
-Terry McNulty, colorfol race racetrack
track racetrack '. personality who ii.

briefly ih s tcstlmnnv 1 htrZ h.

Senate Racket

found dead yesterday from a self-
inflicted bullet wound. '.'
McNulty.' -who ":. on1 i'j (Wnnlnnd

transported the race i horses' of

Teamsters 'iWestern ?,Conferenca
boss Frank h W4 Brewster shot
himself with a .38 calibre nitl

coroner's deputies said.-. His body
was found in his automobile which
had been driven off the road near
Woodinville. .Wash., north f ....

tie, wherelMcNulty tived,'r j -i

e'nere'fflM-siid' MrNnT.

tyo' 6, left a ''suicide not.'f .
: Prosecutor Charles O. Carroll
said-McNulty was one of 15- per

sons 'Sought by. subpena servers n

the King Countv Aranri Jnrv

called to In vesUaate officials of

the Teamsters Union, P -j t v f-.

Memorial Day Vili
B8'.Cc!cbr2l:d

A) 5L Luke's Sunday

DORS WAIT SS
SCHOOL OP DANClK& V
" s- .' ANNOUNCES
A six weeks summer eourse for new u
students and beginners in ballet,
tap and acrobatie starting June 3rd.
REGISTRATION MAT 29th 1:00 to 12:00 ',
Classes now In session will contlnae
until Jnly llth r
Knights of Columbus Bldg. Balboa
- 'I Residence pheae t-2363

doily Spb Gr f!

stotKD tftir raoM Panama

SBBaSlBBBl

; ; (, ...
IARRANQUILIA loS$-!2JL4
WNCSTON and MONTCOO IAY

Iitctntm Part)

jf I . TiAjft- auaiaa
f Sasct O CinnaUn kmmj
I .'fBxM to Saaaataa.

CONSULT
tou TmavxL

' .' .-J 1' TeLM0S4

"r ' ; .
nr NOT -FAY Lmz.

AVfAnCA

THE OLDEST ATRLIXI Df TSS AXXXIClf

JTW AMLRICAN WORLD AIXWATI fTtTDf

91 in ih Cwtd:.

.

1 I ClarsnM

that youU

enjoy yourself more
at PI Panama!.
where the best of every
thing Is years anal
it's cheaper ''.":' ;
thaa yes think!
24-beur CAFE GRILLE
Bella Tbta Xoosa for
dining and dancing
. sdghUy to

Martin's erchestra

poolside lunch aal bar
seirtee...

K

AND OCX ACS!

the SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE for ocly $2JS
. 11:30 SLsa. to 3:11 u na. Balbea lUsm
, Cbolca f rerniplimrntary cocktail tad
appetixtag, filllnr Brsnrh mess itma.s
. Maris by FXAAaUS AZCAKJLAGA1 Trie.

Caal aaaHra Wt

This. Sunday Is being celebrated

as Memorial Day Sunday, at the
Cathedral of St. Luke in r Ancon.
At the 11:00 o'clock service of

Morning Prayer. Chaplain fLt

CoL) Roy A. Morden of Ft. Ama-

dor will be the Kuest Preacher. Lt

Col. Richard M. Lovelace of Us-

ARCARIB and Commander Rich

ard Sexton will read the Old and

New Testament Lessons. The Ve

ry Rev. Mainert J. Peterson, Dean
of thf Cathedral will be' the offi

ciant,- while the Rev., Roger: H.
Greene will assist The whole em

phasis of the service will be on

the Christian understanding of the
sacrifice that was paid by our
men and women who gave their

uves u the defense of their, coun country.
try. country. .. -S- ...

....

All members of the Armed

m oeea iiiviiea 10 par participate
ticipate participate in the service, and a spe special
cial special invitation has been extended
to tho American Legion and the
Veterans of Foreign Wars. This
is another occasion when- the men
and women of our eomm'unit

share a rich experience together

as we remember the price that

has been paid for' our freedom and
our American Way of Life, v

w T- f. that tastes'' .r.n
,. .w ii. as good' as.'

I ; . Thora't no rficannnintinit .;r:.i' i I I i

I taste when you serve Avoset VSn- 1 t I

I whipped creaniJAvosej is reaV5; '; jjfriaajj
, 'iiich' cream ..sterilized tp keep i: 1 s l)

' I ; i sweet ror monuis. Iod vour deerls 1' r

j ,1 1 i with safe, healthful, deliciousi Avoset, -V'.V,, r'j

'.I' I ... -nT-r--. t ,' ', ri- 1'

L--, .jr

mmciE;;aDiif.c;

To eon herve goldea-brewn, nuffy-Bght pas pas-eakas
eakas pas-eakas vhenarer you want them Mt that Aont
Jemima pancake mix is packed ta the sew bar
BMtioaZy asaled tint la the tia. Asat Jetuhna
karpe treat imitfimidf. If a alvtyu ywt sad
ao ao you esa kep a supply sandy all the time.

v; ' : ro;:sz:rvL cmjotkxkt .
Whaaever the oecaaioo Sunday morning bimkfaata, &cayt
ur Isaadt cjoaa" and r?eday eu Fridays sad oOar SMetka
acys doricg the year, year whole faaSy wZl acjoy a special
tosas with Acat Jasima psBcakaa. Se pikk and eaay to make
. se arpeCcrg ad fciJ?y-Jicht rrary tsaal
Boy a ta of Aoat Jamims paaesks mix today Wa yvunMif
se COOD eating I

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FRIDAY, MAY 34, 1957
PAGE 8ZTJ3

.THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

Social ana
f j J 'J, J

6

Cururxhi Ladies
' Civ Ben Voyage --,'
CoffM For bu
A group pf ladies from Curundu,
' joined together to give a Von Bo Bo-?
? Bo-? vase coffee for Mrs. Betty Shef

field, Melida A. Bembeneck, Lor Lorraine
raine Lorraine Zent, Elizabeth Benson; Ce Ce-cilia
cilia Ce-cilia Uetcalf and Mr.- Bntt Hoi-

croft wh are leaving to vacation-

ing 1n the States in the coming,
summer. Mrs. Holcroft is vaca

tioning in Sweden and. w leaving
Friday, .
i The hostesses were Mesdames

' Jo- Therrell, Miriam Simms, Caro
line AuRunhori. Beatriz Mills, Lia

na Diaz Granados, Maria Locke,
' Noemi Fransioni. -

The table was beautiful decorat

ed 'With gardenias, replica ot a
boat with six dolls aboard waving

farewell was the final touch The
. honorees were f presented with

beautiful evening burses each

Ladies attending were': Thelma

. Valentine. Annabelle LeaPi iMari

, Redding, Eleanor Roden, Ellen
Moody, Carolyn Brown; Muriel O' O'--
- O'-- Rorke, Barbara Marohl, Caroline
Gobb Rosft Martin. JPhUUs Atwood
"Jane Brady, Connie Relchart, Li-

- ly Blumberg, Auneu jamesson

iorist sousy,- utona Brown, Hal-

) tie Laird; Polly Hamilton, Ann

Sheppard, Celina Fifex t
V'- r -.u ". I'm
, Mrs 'Robert Rupp
Entertains At Luncheon
i Mrs.' Robert H. Rupp of Ancoo
,s entertained at a luncheon on Mon-

Ljn:nSI:rl$5-Yc2r;
Tern for Eyasbii ;
Of Income Tax I

NEW YORK, May ;24 (UP) 4-

Joseph D. Munan, 59, uv s. com commissioner
missioner commissioner of ; Internal Revenue

a U. S. marshal "in Brooklyn to

day to begin a five year prison

sentence for income-tax evasion.

Nunan, of Port Washington, N,

Y., was convicted in vat on cnarg cnarg-es
es cnarg-es of evading payment of more

than $90,000 in taxes from 1940 to
1950, A motiotf that his sentence
bu suspended because of illness

was rejected Monedaj '. ";
He will serve the sentence in

the federal prison st Lewishurg,

Pa. He will be eligible for parole
after the expiration of two-thirds

of his term.- -' 4

;f-toved ;to Florida
For Rap? Charge ;
NEW YORK, May 34 UP-Ed-1
,ward L, Bedwell, skid, row dish dish-i
i dish-i washer who confessed and later
denied the murder ot the Grimes
sisters, today was ordered re-
moved to- Florida to stand ,tril
' for rape. . i v
Wilbert F Crowley t chief, jus.
fice- of .th criminal court,, ap approved,
proved, approved, .the removal after -a 15 15-minute
minute 15-minute hearmg-during, which. Bed Bed-well's
well's Bed-well's attorney," David Bradshaw,
. challenged -validity- of the Florida
orders. Bradshaw's 'argument was
" overruled. ', "m
1 Bedwell'21, told' authorities
-shortly alter the plrls.' bodies were
found las'-January that he and a
friend i ki'led them after taking
them on. a tour xf taverns. How How-'iver,
'iver, How-'iver, Bedvell recanted a few days
later nd said be knew nothing
- about ; the victims, Barbara, ; 15,
nd Patric'a, 13.

, resulted in 'o order for Bedwell

to stand trsa4 in 'wnaa ior u
rape of ata-year-old giriuthon giriuthon-ties
ties giriuthon-ties said they iiiiU-, been looking
fur Bedwell since the alleged rape
Occurred in March, 1956, j, i
; BedweJl, a Tennessee native,
was ghim during the bearing be before
fore before ; Crowley-' Florida ; authorities
will be 'notified Hey can, come;

and .get mmt & cuun-
Loitering Charge 5

futs;tx-Con -In
For 30 Days

' An ex convict will probably
think twice before hanging around
' the Cristobal Yacht Club again.
,' He is Carlos R. Atenclo, 26-year
-eld Panamanian who faced" the
Cristobal Magistrate this .morning
On a charge of loitering.
( Because of his long police re re-eOrd,
eOrd, re-eOrd, he was fined $30. and sentenc
ed to spend the next 30 days in
!aU" vVi -,
Movie Bit Player
Attempts Suicide;
Mentions Sinatra
I HOLLYvVOOD, May 24 (UP)
Dark haired movie bit player
Shirley Van Dyke, 9, took an
overdose of sleeping pills today
in what police said was a second
attempt after writing several ram rambling
bling rambling note mentioning crooner
Frank Sinatra and actor Tony
Curtis. V.f "' s ;'.
i Miss Van Dyke was lying un un-conscious
conscious un-conscious on a couch in her apart apartment
ment apartment by a friend Alice Iverson,
45, whom ; she had telephoned
maiA CKli fava sriu Amtitsini

BBU WMV fi,! T IS CHIVl
treatment nd transferred to Gen General
eral General Hospital where her condition
vas reported "good."
1 Unsuitable Pets
FREEHOLD, N. J. May 24 (UP)
Warren O'Hara won a $8,000 set settlement
tlement settlement today from James a n d
Benjamin Psscucci, owners ef a
Long Branch food market, in a
st in Monmouth County Court.'
O'Hsra's suit charged that a cat
leaped cn his dog's 'back in the
market and in the ensuing rum rumpus
pus rumpus he was thrown to the floor
and injured. Animals are no long longer
er longer allowed in the fascucd Broth Broth-en'
en' Broth-en' store. 1

day as a "despedida? for Dr.,

Rupps mother, Mrs. Gertrude
Rupp. who has been residing with

Dr. and Mrs. Rupp, and who left

yesterday to return to her home lp
Tekonsha, Michinga. Guests were
Miss Evelyn Higgins, Mrs. E. L.
Stempel, Mrs. .-Virginia Douraas

and Mrs.JJelen Thompson,

Peron'sforrher I

Teenage Mistress I

Writes Mernpirs -i

Newspapers here and in Monte

v:aeo toaay Degan serializing th
memoirs of Nellv Rivas. the snl.

try brunette who ws ex-president

juan u. reron s mistress Iron)
the time' she was 14 until he was
overthrown two years later,
,. The, first.-installment. iof "My
Loves With' Peron". contained no
sensational revelations. It was de devoted
voted devoted largely to the "miserv and

privation -of Nelly' tarly life.

Prison Scheme
Has Backfire 'i
t j S ? j

MSKO Sr hplilllwl fnr rplpnca frnm

Nagova piison, aereed to switch
identities with fellow inmate Ka Ka-mo
mo Ka-mo Ko for a tew hours so Ko could
get out to cash a check. cj

uu..vua nucu
Ko didnt return to his cell hieht

He got downright scared when he
was ttarvpA .-uith nn inH!frnan

'lav charging him wfth assault and

Makose'xplalnea Kis predicament
tn tha warrin. NJrtur Mslrn (till Am

waiting. for his release and the po

lice are woKing lor o.

i ;,s,

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' FLIGHTS ;

JV'EEEtty j
..'..-WN'STOP;' I
GO A TEH ALA

SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTED Caribbean College Club presi president,
dent, president, Mrs. W. E. Rushing, presents a scholarship of $450 to
Alice Lim,- and $300 to Jeanette Bwicegood, Cristobal High
School seniors. Presentation was made on Saturday, at the
. College Club's Spring Luncheon held at the Hotel Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, m '

Humphrey Would Quit Cabinet
Before Budget Goes. Through

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RYE.' NY.. May H4 (UP) A

14-year-old boy who killed- his

mother ana sister wun a iusiiiaae

of shots from a semi-automatic

rifle has told police that he had

manned to "shoot uu the place"

for three months because his par parents
ents parents had complained about his bad

school wort,-

learned to shoot s in : the Police

athletic League and was regarded

as un expert jnarKsman, Kiuea nis

sister.-19. with two shots last night

and then ired six- times t point

blank range at Jus ,jnotner wno
wav cjimbiiig the stairs toward
him. t . (i'i- 1

two more shots at his father and

brother as they flea trom ine

house: when police entered tne
hnuRo' .with drawn euns. the boy

elunn his nfle aside and ran into

a bedroom e was jouna- cower

ing against .a 'bed, screaming r"I

3HOI ,uieiu...i biiui uiciu;.. -.-

The father;; Gene Ross Casey,

48. a' DUMio relations executive

and former reporter- with the

Boston Globe, suffered a heart at

tack after .viewing the bullet-rid

dled body -Of his wife, iporotny,
Hn. wag renorted in critical con

dition at United. Hospital in Port
Chester. Police laid he did not

know that his daughter, fcheila,

also had been- killed. i 1

Westche)iterx' pistnct Attorney

Joseph F. Gagliardi said th -boy's

resentment had smoldered for

months anr iinally erupted Into

maniacal violence last nignt wntn

his mother told him fto go to Jus

room and finish his studies.

"He had been thinking or shoot

ing-, the plaee up but he didn't
nlan it scerificaTIy for last night."

Gagliardi ssid. "It came on him

all of a ?idden." J

Gaeliardi said Andrew told mm

that he first felt a desire to shoot

his family three months ago when

they began to criticize r him De De-cause
cause De-cause ''my. schoof work -j was
J in". A - .. J ..r .. li: ;

Andrew.) a sophomore : at Rye

High School where be was

scribed by his principal as van

average teen aged boy with prom promising
ising promising mtenUal. but -inclined to be

high strung," waa committed to

Grasslands Hospital at castview
for mental observation; Under the

law,- he was, charged only with

juvenile delinquency.1
Ironically. Casey bad", written a

number of r.rtides on Juvenile de

linquency Curing his 20 years with

the .Globe. He did not have tele

vision in their comfortable, two two-story,
story, two-story, white frame house because
he did not want the children to
see too much crime and violence.

Dunna his career with the (Globe.

Casey covered the Cocoanut Grove

night club tire in which 490 per persons
sons persons died. ',
Andrew's shooting scree' began

last night after he left his room

on the second floor where he had

been itudying and went down to

tp livmg room. r t

' Angered when his" mother told

him to go bjek up and finish his
studies, the boy ran to his room.

grabbed the;, rifle his father had
bought him and loaded it. After

killing his 'sistei in her room, An

drew turned the gun on his moth,
er." Despite her wounds, Mrs.

Casey climbed to the top of t k e
stairs, staggered past ber son and
collapsed in the bathroom where
she -died. ..
; Casey, fled from the house after

yelling at bis wife to stay away

from the stairs. He telephoned po

lice trom s neignoor s nouse.
The tall, skinny, blond youth at
first refused to surrender when
police approached. Then he
dropped the rifle, and fled -when
a police officer said be would

"shoot if necessary." :
Gagliardi tiuoted the boy as say

ing durin? questioning: "I'm' ter terribly
ribly terribly sorry.''-' l" s

WASHINGTON; May 2 (UP)-

Treasurv Secretary George M

Humphrey wants to leave his cab

inet post even Deiore ne sees

President Eisenhower's embattled

$71,800,000,000 budget through Con

gress, it was learned today. i
Too aditinistratibn sources said

Humphrey, who is anxious to re

turn to private business, original originally
ly originally planned to stay on the job un

til congress completes action on

the budget: probably around

Aug. 1. v . .

But indications 'are now that

Humphrey wants to leave 'July 1.
He 'has' a ob waiting for him as

chairman o' the National Steel

Corn, of Pittsburgh. Pa.' U Eisen-

nower insists, inese sources saia,
Humphrey ill stay in Washing

ton until Congress adjourns.

Robert H. Andersonformer aeo-

uty defense secretary, already has

been chosen to succeed Humphrey,

according to best available re-

., was a Jeaq-

emocrat tor jcusen-
considered one

tiiitfht young men in the

eany aays oi in; aamimstrauon.
He is said to have won the com-

Dlete trust of the President when

he served as secretary of the

Navy and later as deputy defense

secrcwry. , ....

But tho administration still ;. is
casting about for a successor to

W. Randolph Burgess, undersecre

tary of the treasury,, who .will
leave with Humphrey.) '."

Burness' successor, like Hum

phrey s, is bcund to. be a mucn

younger man in unt witn me ao-

miniatrauan's "accent on youta"
campaign. Burgess is 68; i Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey is tl-'
It was understood that Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower wants a generally more

youthful east to his cabinet dur-

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THE PANAMA AMERH?AW JUT ITOEPEWDENT UAltT JJEWSFAPEB
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' By Conrado Sargeant

1 Three newcomers are scheduled, idenf Ramon beginning May 30
!Tt6 bow into local racing tomorrow and rtachlhg it ctlmax with
''la the second race wr impoiea th running of th $7,500 added
Ci .Li t fkof .ham nnt won i

uirouiiIJi cur i vmw itiiiii aiia -n-ignr vinirii

here. They are, ,Aaversaru u. UKamon Classic on Jun 2,

H. i iicitn-r'nlfnarin entrv

Adversaria is l beautuul b g
AoBtmit it hvi Seductor-Emula.

He is owned and' trained by Fru Fru-Pinitln.
Pinitln. Fru-Pinitln. Juan Gongora will

side him. H

i.nisitji and Colmado will race

ifcinpr tne colors o the Stud Bue

ia Fe. Li Humberto Farrugia
tfains theij..;, Luisito, a light bay
ivolt by Acacio out of Tonada, will
be ridden by Concepcion Buii.
I Colmado in a brown offspring of

Glasworth-Danseuse. Apolinar ae
' Bs Rios Reyes has the mount on
this impressive colt
All three colts are four-year-old(
Jfrgentine-bred animals.
' Anothar unusual waakand of ;
Vaxing will held out at tha Pra

Weighty Man

All Mohg Line
! ITHACA, N.Y. (NEA) Bob Ma Ma-rella
rella Ma-rella throws his weight around m

numerous ways.
V The siX' V toot five inch, 290 290-t'
t' 290-t' bound sophomore I has been a
; zuard on the Ithaca College var var-i
i var-i ity football teanv for two seasons,
i He holds the school discus record.
1 He was the runner up for the
heavyweight champicnship in the
i .Cleveland.
j Marella, a Rochester lad, was a
member of the vocal chorus in

t the college's production of the
J musical, "South Pacific." He per per-4
4 per-4 forms with a "barbershop" vocal
jirio composed of athletes.
.
it STILL WORKING
Z EAST LANSING. Mch. (NEA) -.
Spring practice has ended, but
Michigan State still works on foot foot-l;all.
l;all. foot-l;all. The' campus is busv with
construction people who are ex
Handing Macklin Field to a twin twin-necked
necked twin-necked stadium seating 75,000.
ri :

uie lasiest. .sprpters to ever race calls McHale, the. one-time Notre
locaUy. ;v ,. pamer. "He had kids either, hit-

A Another imported throughbred

on sale lor breeding is the Cuban
mare Supper GirL She'is consid-
i i i x

erea a noneiess case lor racing De De-cause
cause De-cause of her repeated refusal to

leave the starting gate.

The main event far .Mav an will

------ -y :

De me Memorial Da v HandieaD.

All servicemen -in. uniform will be
admitted free.. 1
Members of the Parai'so Miitual
Aid Society ; will be guests of the
track onanagement. And last but
not least, track, manager Pabla A,

Thayer ha s decreed free admis

sion lor ini mam grandstand on
June 2, data of the running of the

uen. Kemon Classic.

The once brilliant sprinter Alor Alor-mina
mina Alor-mina is completely recovered from

a Broken sesamoia bone but is use

less as a racer. His owner," Mrs.
Beatriz Douglas, is negotiating, to
sell the horse for breeding outdos-

es either here or abroad. M i

Alormuis is an Irish-bred bav

son of Royal Phoenix Taormina's

Hope. At his best, he was one of

Tranquilizinq Pills Worlc
Other Way On -Bertoia

" By HARRY GRAYSON,;
NEW YORK (NEA) -Untilthis

season started, few knew how to

spell Reno Bertoia, let alone pro

nounce .the name. :

But now baseball and : feature

writers and cameramen gang tip

on young Bertoia;- and never mind

the technicalities ,. ine zz-yearT

old Detroit third baseman is, you

see. tne surprising sprine phee

noin of the major' leagues.

Johnnv McHale first saw Ber

toia ou a Detroit sandlot during

tha summer of .1953. McHale, now
general, manager of the, Tigers,

gave the Italian born lnuelder

$25,000 spread out over a period

of three years ior bis signature

Ths could turn out to be one of

the big baseball "bargains.

What dir McHale the scout,
see in the "then 'IS year-old high

school graduate?

"He wore everybody out.

La Gazza Ladrt and Scintilla Scintillation
tion Scintillation will raca with blinkers from
this wtek. Fudge Girl will ract
hera without tham for tha first
time.
One time track' championship

prospect Rosier, winner of the
$10,000 added Inauguration Classic
at the President Rem on track un under
der under Uie training of the veteran
Henry White, reappears Sunday in

reportedly good shape. He is now
being trained by Eric Hugh Git-

iens.
Rosier has not won a race since
winning the July 14 event last
year.
Track nianrger Pablo. A. Thay Thayer
er Thayer is continuing his efforts to es establish
tablish establish a "saliva test" system out
at the modern racetrack as soon
as possible.
An optimistic source has report-'
ed tha it may be put into practice
as early as October,

tin? grounders or pitching to. nim
all day. We had to keep him as
a bonus player, of course, and for
twe years he wore out. our coach coaches
es coaches the same way." : v't 't
Bertoia opened last season at
second base for tbs -Tigers but
it was too much for him, so he
was shipped to Charleston "of the
American Association, where he
batted .289. . v

"In Charleston, he wore out

Frank Skaff,-the manager," con continues
tinues continues McHale. "I felt from the
start that a, kid wh wanted to
piay that badly couldn't miss

wearing .out the opposition. He's

doing it, too.
WILL BERTOIA KEP on go

ing.?

"There Isn't a reason in the

world why he shouldn't," says the

delighted manager, s fiery Jack

Tighe. ."Remember that Reno
didn't get to play much until sent

to the Association last year. Natur

ally. I don't expect the -s boy to

continue batting around .400, but

take my word for r. he's a .300

hitter. Balls droppirg in for him

account for the other 100 points.
"Reno is much stronger than

he looks and he i looks plenty

powerful, and there isn't a thing

wrong 'with his swing. He is not
as big as, say Mantle, but on occa occa-siun.will
siun.will occa-siun.will hit the baU Just as far.

He hit one clear' out of the place

in i Boston the. other day. .over
the left-center field fence. ",
"At, this stage we don't .want
blm swinging for tte fence. We
want him to concentrate en just
meeting the ball. Like Mantle,
he is so strong-that he gets good
distance- even when he gets no nothing
thing nothing more than a piece of '.the
ball." ;
CER.TOIA CAN RUN and throw,
sfood out in the fitld from the

time he first "came around. He
makes alt the plays at third base;

is soing far to his .left to take

Lalls in front of 'the great short shortstop.'
stop.' shortstop.' Harvey Kuen.

Reno, a handsome six footer

who weighs 185 pounds, has no
explanation for his sudden up

surge, eays ne'e swinging the
same '-way.' i .-i -f yrr-mr
Bertoia is a serious-minded kidr,
but has a delicious sense of 'hu 'humor.
mor. 'humor. He takes -two of "Trainer

Jack Homei'e patented tranqui-

lizing pills' a half-hour before

each game, points u t that they
most certainly haven't dona him
any barm.

"Jack gives these pills to Al

Abcr for a muscle spasm in his

leg," says Reno Bertoia. r r.

"Maybe they worK lust tne otn-

er way around one me.

Racetrack Tips
- 'My-jBf CONRADO

1 Little Fool Werma Jimmy (e)

2 Tiequest Bacancito
3 Mellizo1 '4 -. Golden Moon
4 Certamen Don Gran

ULinda Susy Julie

eV-Flfite (e) Arrabalero

7-Plateado El Fakir
8 Garramufio Febrero II
9 Scintillation Faqnlro
10 Cblroke Gonetlno

Vrintilltion

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Race Track Graded Entries

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1st Race. 6th Series fmp. 6 Fgs. Purse S400 Pool Closes
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Little Fool J. M.! Bravo 115 --Shduld beat these
2 Tiburon A; Ycaza lis -Big drop here '
. 3 Te Gano A. Jordan 112x Returns from layoff
4 My Friend V, Vastlllo 113 ,-Could make it heie V ;
5 (Danielo- R. Crlstian llO ack. from sick bay
6 (Weima Jimmy F- Alva. 115 Good recent races

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2nd Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $650

, V ZNp RACE OF THE DOUBLE.
1 Bacancito T.' Cortez 108 Excellent effort last
2 Misa Patience R. cris. 110 Knocking at door
AliHlricra fllrl V nofina 1fK 'Xlam .letnff finieh

4--Adversarlo J. Gongora 115 "Unknown quantity

-(Luisita- C. Ruia 115 Ci-Has code? rating"
7 (Colmado1 A. Reyes R. ,112&e-Makes debut here -' T'
aDisplay Song) J. Rodri.110 tng overdue '
9 Clybern) v. S. Carvajal 105' Has good pedigree

Pool Closes 1:30

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1 Golden Bound R. Vas. 118 Usually disappoisls
2 El Profesor Hernandez 105x Fastest at getaway
3 Tacera V. Castillo 113 Rates best chance
4 Mellizo A; Reyes R. 105x Still a maiden ::
5 Golden Moon '. H. Rula 105 Lacks early speed ''

Pool Closes 2:05

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4th Race "Hla." Natives Fgs. Purse $275

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1 Conquistador Cadogari 1J3 Nothing in month
2 Bagdad S.. Hernandez 11 9x Could surprise
3 Currita ' H. Ruiz 105 -Quits badly in stretch
4 Enganoso Q. vasquez 100x Has sirong finish
5 Avispa G. Sanchez 108 Lngshot specialist
6 Don Grau A. Mena 120 Form indicates
7 Full Moon E- Ortega 102 Usually close up
fVEl Pequefio A. Gonzales 110 Cm snake a leg
A Certamen ,, B. Agulrre 113 Will fight .it out

Pool Closes 2:35

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8th Race -F" Natives 6 Fg. Purse $275 f Pool poses 3:05
1 nenita' E. Datio 105 Nouhirig to indicate 7 rt 5-1
, 2 Redondits G.Sanchez 115 .-Could be close up ,:.:,CJ:'- 4-1
3 Folletlto S.. Hernandez 105X Dangerous contender 3-1
:-4 Julie 't r A. Mena 115 Hard to beat hertw. v 2-1

. 5 Xinda Susy R Crisuan 113 Form indicates r.s 7 5

Pool Closes 3:45

th Race 6th Series Imp.. FfS. Purse $400

i .,(:.,.. i'i- FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE v

1 Melrose r. G. Sanchez 108 Last doesnt count ' '' 3-

. 2 Empire Cross B. Agulrre 110 Gets test here T 3-1

; 3 Grimllda S. Hernandez lOOx F,ariy speed only ': ; 30

4 Vedette : J; Rodriguez 110 Dangerous always J 3-1

f 5 Rutilante E. Darlo 110 ; Fastest at getaway s 5-1

f 6 Arrabalero J. M. Bravo 108 Rates good chance toe 4-1

;7 (Flfito F.Alvarez 106 Last was poor 'V5-2

(Manandoagua Cortes 113 Horse to beat here ; 5-2

Pod Closes 5:30

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. 2ND. RACE pF THE DOUBLE :'

1 Alhajar A- Mena 115 Bad trailer for months
"2 Elko 1 "B. Agulrre 110 Can do better "here
3 Scintillation R. Vasquez 115 Form indicates ''
4 Empire Honey P. Gatica 108 Returns in good shape :.
Paqulro A. Ycaza 118 Last was revealing
8 Embassy ,3. Rodriguez 115 Coujd take it all

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Ith Race 5th Series Imp. T Frs.Pw-M $50

Peel Closes 4:55

1 Garramufio r. Alvarez 115 Seeks second in row 3-2

2 ornamental S. D- Cortez 110 Keturne from layoff o-l
8 Febrero U A. Ycaza 113 Racuig to best form 2-1

jaquimaco f. Oauca los--rau- euort ula4 ... 5-1
6 Mrs. Halllgaa A. Reyes 107z-Dangerous this time 1' 3-1
6 Verygood R Vasquez 110 Suddenly gone sour H
7 (Coronation Dt F. HidaL 108 Nothing to recommend 5-1
I (OcaOa Miss- H. Ruiz 112 Has shown nothing -. U-l

sHh Race 4th Series Imp.

T Fr. Pun 460
O.NE TWO

f ool Closes 4:28

1 Concrete pipe T. BldsX' 105 -TxceDer effort last 51
2 Tl Fakir- R. Vasquez 118 Should make it now o '- J 2-1
3 Maria Stearto 'GaUc 105 -Ho strongest finish 5-1
4 Plateado F. Alvarez 115 Showing improvement" 5-2
Suntonner O. Sanchez 1(0 Should be close ep 1 3-1
Quiescence G. Vasquez l5x Funs well wben rented 4-1
7 Tony ; D. Cortf I 110 Nothing in ages - 10-1

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2 Metendez
3 C'T"rftino
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A. Ycaza li J !n ftp it to f.r.sh
F. Alvarpz l-" Brr f? form now
R. Vs.;-z 117 Mut.f fa-or;te

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. ihe Republic, of Argentina observes another
independence day tomorrow,. Therefore it is nly
f ltting that a special event should be run at the Pres"
ident Remon racetrack in honor of the occasion be because
cause because of the larger number of thoroughbreds sup sup-phed
phed sup-phed to the local racing establishment each year by
the South American republic. .'(',;- ."' I '' . ;;
Six third and fourth series imported thorough-
breds will match strides in the $650 seven furlong;

. v --" a uccii aenummaiea tut

j-icpuunt wx AiKUiuiiB uanuicap.

The Irish bred s'nrinter Scintil

lation and route loving. Argentine
horse appear at first glance to be
the top contenders : in the field.
Elko, Alhajar, 1 Empire Honey and
Embassy are the other scheduled

starters" ' r, :

Embassy could be ready for a

victory despite a long layoff; be

cause nis owners think enough of

him-; to have entered him in the

$7,500 added one mile and t an-

cignin- vieuerai nemon v i s si c

which Is scheduled Jor June 2.

Pace rating Chilean jockey Ju Julio
lio Julio .Rodriguez will guide the Stud
32 hope. ;rf f- i

Sciniillation dropped a heart

breaker in the final stride to .Mi .Mi-chiripa
chiripa .Mi-chiripa last Saturday. This vweek

Paquiro, a stablemate of Michiri-

pa, will try to emulate the latter,

Ruhcn vasauez, who had the leg

up on Scintillation last week, will
again ride Daniel Ciniglio's steadi steadily
ly steadily improving .colt while Alejandro

Ycaza, will again "attempt td' tip."1
set Scintillation. '
i Empire Honey which returns te
action alter trailmo in th i

$15,000 added President of the Re Republic
public Republic Classic, could be an upset-"

v. c. nr nasi L'ceu worsmg wen
and should ive a eond arnnnf

himself. Francisco Gatica will do
the hooting aboard the Stud Dofta
Merce ace. ,
Elko, which will hav T?I 4.

taiirre in ths saddle,, and Alhajar.

i.ii niuciiv iunia assignea to
weildCthe whip, have been perform-
ing poorly recently and do not fig-
ure to be close up at the finish.
The secondary attraction will

pit leading t r a e k championship
candidate Chiroke against Melen-
der, Gonetino and Double Four,
This race will be the final "Ugh "Ugh-tener'f:
tener'f: "Ugh-tener'f: for Chiroke and Melendes
before next week's $7,500 classic, r

ignt other prospective thrillers :

are Justed en the program.' m

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN WAN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER -' '
FRIDAY, MAT U, 1957
Qver-E mergence of Gross as Sfarfer

Biitfie Chirping

Cincinnati Increases

League' Lead On
Straight Win By
'""'fi:J .,.;,. .-V.88W- '. !'.3 '"4 f.ij eVi'' $"t' : lift 'i" "'"J:-'

By TIM MORIARTY

- NEW YORK, May 24 (UP) Manager Birdie
Tebbetts of the Cincinnati Redlegs was really chirp chirping
ing chirping today over the sudden emergence of southpaw
Don Gross as a startir pitcher. r

' Strappedr pitching J talent
tnree weeKS ago; .'ieuw via
nm.. nf thn hullDen ana
cf ort.j nrnrfclnir him into CmCin.
nati's regular rotation, it was a
move that could lead the Redlegs
in their first flaiWHW b""
pennant since 1940. ;
Since getting his big chance
Gross has posted four straight
victories forme irnr.unPf
Redlegs,. including a 6-2 decision
over the St, Louis Cardinals ast
1 night that enabled Cincinnati to
open a two-game u vw ..-
idle Milwaukee Braves.
.What's the story behind the
sudden success of a; pitcher
who was1 fanned Out to Hava Hava-na
na Hava-na last year lor experience,
and now" has allowed only 1
bits and seven earned runs in
bis last four games ? 1 i
According to Tebbetts, Gross,
with the help of coach Tom rer rer-rick,
rick, rer-rick, has learned to throw a
change-up pitch almost over;
night. y
' "The story of every unsuccess unsuccess-iul
iul unsuccess-iul pitcher is the story of one
extra pitch he needed to win;
explained Tebbetts. "Many were
made by finding it. For instance
Carl Hubbell with his screwball.
Elroy Pace with hisjorkball, and
Bob Friend and Hal Jeffcoat
with their sliders 2
"Thl p.hanee-un Pitch could
cinnati manager added hopeful
ly. ; ' ..,. .i p s i
in last nifehP game tne-omy
scheduled major league contest-
manager Fred Hutchinson shook
no the -alumpinjr Cardinals J)y
witching third baseman Ken
Vr. -Ant.r field, moving
shortstop Eddie Kasko tothird
2nd usine: 'Eddie Miksls ut right
Held : '" '!,.,"-' .'.:.'
Bn'wlth,Grost tossing that
Change-up pitchy tho-Cardlnals
looked, helpless iering
their 1 fifth t straight defeat-
' Gross allowed only three hits
until the ninth when he gave
', r
KUdoo Hurls
i-0 Shutout.
Over Miami
INTBNATIONAkl-EAGtJE
Teams
Buffalo .. ,,
W L
18 11
19 12
21 14
18 16
15 19.
IS 19
Pet.
.621
.613
.600
.441
.441
GB
Toronto ,
Richmond
Miami ..
Havana .
Columbus
ZVfc
5V4
Rochester
14 21
.400
7
Montreal .rX 12 20 '.373
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

lrolumbus

000 010 000 1 27
000 000 0000 4
Miami

! Kildoo and Peterson; Burnter,

Mason (9) and H. SuUlvan (9).
LP; Bunker. -.- . -, ; ; ,
Buffalo at Montreal : k" i
(Postponed, rain)
flEW YORK, May 24 (CP)
' The Columbus Jets, feasting on
Hfjnt diet of Martin, -today
are setting sight on the Interna-

- tlonal League first onruion.

carjitaUzintr on the strong
tiitehint- effort of 23-year-old
fvm Kildoo. i Columbus nipped'
the Miami Marlins, 1-0 In the
mhr nmi slaved last nisht. The

victory the Jets'-sixth over MisHsaid. "1 can see motion now, but

ihl In the last 11 days enabled details are hazy and cloudy. Dur Dur-them
them Dur-them to move into a fifth place ing tb Ian three or four days,

tie with Havana lust three
games short of the first dlvlsion.
Kuaoo evuuwea ouij iuut ui'
to brine: nu seaaon marc to z-i-
Dick Bunker who gave up the
fifth-inrun run suiiered nu
fourth defeat against three wins.
Buffalo and Montreal were

rained out for the atcond Roosevelt Grier, six-foot-five, 261 261-etraight
etraight 261-etraight night while the other, peund allu UckJe, -1 in
teams were not scheduled. ImiUury service.

CAROL alae plays the
11 m. U 2 a m.

.. 4 T ft
Fourth
i' if It i'i ,?
Lefty

2v
up singles to Don Blasingame,
Stan Musial and Wally Moon.
Moon's single with two put
scnrpd Rlaslntrame and extended
his hitting streak through; "16
sfralcrht. fames. TE klBK DO
chances,, Tebbetts then yanked
Gross In favor or xom Ac.er,
who retired cinch-hitter Joe
Cunningham on a game-ending
liner to right fielder Wally post.
i: The Redlegs, meanwhile, had
ra.DDed loser Llndy McDaniel for
five runs in the third inning.
post's two-run nomer uu a
two-rum single by Roy McMillan
featured the bin inning, mushu
homered in the fourth Inning,
while Post knocked In Cincinna Cincinnati's
ti's Cincinnati's sixth .dun with ; a single In
the sixth.
f .'. i i ..11111 ll
Helfand Expects
To Sign Jackson,
Patterson Today
NEW YORK, My 24 (UP) -Champion
Floyd Patterson end
Tommy (Hurrieant) Jackson are
xpectod to sign today for their
independently promoted 4 U I y
heavyweight title flaht. , r
i "Only last-mlnut'o snarfc will
prevent their signing," said
chairman .Julius Helfand of the
N.Y State Athletle Commiition,
and I hope to fix that quickly at
today's commission meeting."; :
I added,, "I'd ilke to have the
signing then and there."
IbrBSeorcJells
Vorld ivcfylhing
1 T
Will BaFins
f
.'CLEVELAND,' OhioUP)
dheerful. ruddy-faced but blink
cred Herb Score told the world
yesterday that "everything will be
une." ...
" Score talked for 20 minutes with
nine newsmen in his first, press
conference since he was struck
flush in the riehi eve Mar 7 by
a line drivo off the bat of New
York Yankee Gil McDouKald.
His comments, 'flowing freely
with littlo auesUomne by the
suests in his darkened hospital
room, indicated it might be later
man june v, wnen nis name
leaves the disabled list, before the
strikeout king could return to the
mound.
"I doubt that 111 have any ac activity
tivity activity until 4wo or three weeks
after I'm Heated from the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, Score said.
-..,
' His physicians indicated he
would probably be released next
week.
Scor wore his own reading
glasses,'' with, the right5 lense
blacked out except for., a pin-hole
aperture.
Dr. Charles L Thomas told
newsmen tnat score haa compter
ed the tirst of. a series of vision
i tests Wednesday afternoon, and
the. vision is "satisfactorr."
"I cen.'d see improvement after
they took those first tests." Score
it's gotten raucU better,
, ,
FOR UNCLi SAM
NEW YORK (NEA) OpponenU
of the New York football v&ants
iH be relieved t know that

Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and
Join our informal CLUB 4:30

-1
in the air-conditioned comfort

. : MUSIC DY THE
CAROL GREAVES TRIO
Mhtcsp on-the-botrse if 40 tun.

piano In tie Ra?Tw Pr
Son, Tsti, Hed. sV Tfcor.

' t

TROlJBLE SHOOTER Ed Dudley watches President EiMn-
. A A. - A l 1 m

nower oiasi out SI a. sana irsp. sue ronaiy niuu unmi
one of the famous Augusta National Golf Club pro's "pupils.".".

IKE'S. PRO...
Start By
ip
EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the.
first of 12 instructive articles
written for NEA Service and.
The Panama American by Ed
Dudley; profeMional of the Au Augusta
gusta Augusta National and" Broadmoor
Golf Club of Colorado Springs.
A teacher tor 35 years, Dudley
has giver instructions to many
famous people, including Preti.
dent Eit-anhower. ;. '.; V
., ...... .s,: r ;,.:; :.-;. 1 t-ivv
By ED,;DUDLEY?iy:
Written for NEA Servlio '
GOLF is easy to learn and easy
to play. There is no age limit. I
often have been asked br. a man
OI uuuuic HKe wueiuer u i;uiuu
. i j ji. . i. . 1 tJ'i. u
st art that late- and -develop a re
spectable 'game. The answer is
yes... .. ..... f-
Start by eetting a good grip on
the game. The grip controls the
power that lies within the f body.
The body definitely is the force.
The hands merely transmit that

No. 1

GWodGr

CZ Teener All-Stars Wind Up
Series At Mt. Hope Tomorrow

The Canal Zone a n d Service
Teener League ad stars will wind
up their seven game' series at Mt.
Hope Stadium this Saturday after
noon at 2 p.m.' ;
The Zonrter. with probably one
of the sUngcst aggregations ever
brought together for the purpose
of competing in the annual VFW
series at Hershey. Pa., have swept
all six of the games played so far
against tbo Army All-Stars.
The main reason behind the
sweeping success of the y 0 U n g
baseball nlavers has been an even
balanced team, tempered with
good power at the plate and fine
nitchinsr. As a matter of fact, the
organizers a CZ. Teener baseball
and the manager ot ue u.. au
Stars 'have freely expressed opti
mism when- speaking of the Zon-j
ites' chances of bringing home the
chsmpionship in this year's VFW
Tournament scheduled for August
Those in charge of selecting this
year's CZ. representatives to the
Herahev tournament put tne C'
cent on power, boasting a line-up
studded with eight or more of
the top hitters from both leagues
from tiie Atlantic snd Pacific Sides
of the Isthmus.
The Msrtws from the FastUch
Leaeue will be represented by 3b
and outfielder Corriean. Combi
nation pitcher and outfielder Kaim Kaim-co
co Kaim-co comes from the Pumas and the
Pericoi otfrr Ness, a first base-
nisa. cnassin. also irom ue pa
cific Coaf plays first base, while
Saturday i .1
for the late crowd
of our Biiboa Bar

mm

2i:
liiiillliiiiillll
S.JSW.J hr i
J
Getting
on Game
force to the clubhead. There are
young women who hit the ball as
far as the average good male
player, Ar-d how strong1 are their
hands? Some of them weigh little
moro than 100 pounds. r.
It is through repetition thst you
acquire emotional discipline In the
grip, which is perhaps the l most
important tning in golf, mo grip,
no swine. No swinl. no came.
Holding the club, pressure is
applied on the last three fingers
of the left rand and the two mid'
die linger of the right. Get the
feel of the ciuo from the thumb
and forefinger of both hands. An
ply nothing more than normal
pressure. The club should not hb
held too tightly or too loosely. t
Like most teachers. I recora
mend the Vardon or overlapping
grip, although players, more, oft'
en Ulan not those with small
hands, have had success with the
interlocking grip.
NEXT The stance.
the Ocelot? of the Fsstlich -loop
lends power to the plate of the
All-Stars with Almirante, 3d base
man ana piicner.
The Atlantic Teener League will
ne weu represented in the run run-producing
producing run-producing department too, with
Kieth Kunng, mainstay of this
year's Uulcfc team who, in addi
tiua to his strength with the wil
low, pitches and plays on the infi
From Uottas comes a pah- of good
sunt men in vinas ana lasii, the
latter one of the most promising
pireners on me lstnmus.
The bulk of thj catching assign
ments will So to Garcia, fine back.
stop of the Palomas team who won
the position over some of the stif stif-fest
fest stif-fest competition ever for any single
position.,. y
inese. ana seversi others, re represent
present represent the segregation with which
the CZ. Teeners expert to bring
dsck i vtw cnampionsmp for the
first time since the tourney was
inauguraiea. The need your sup
port, financially ana otherwise.
Baseball fans throughout the Isth
mus are expected to crowd into
Mt. Hope Sudium Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon to the final game that
their CZ Teener league players will
play against the Army All-Star
team, ...
. FROM SCRATCH
UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa. f NEA1
Like most of his players, Coich
Ernie Eaer never saw a lacrosse
game until he entered Fen State
as an undergraduate.
.4 -,
ATHLETE OP YEAR
BOSTON, (NEA) len Demp Demp-sey,
sey, Demp-sey, hard hrtting baseball star.
was nsmea Boston Vnuersitys
athlete of the year.
A

. I is
CIV ';y.

Fiffh International Mar I'm,

Sailfish

The Panama Rod and Reel Club
has announced that the Fifth In
ternational Marlin a n d Sailfish
Tournament will take place from
July. 15 through August 16. Entry
fee will' be $5.00 per person as u u-sual
sual u-sual Entry blanks may be obtain obtained
ed obtained at the Panama Rod and-R eel
Club office in the Executive Offi Offices
ces Offices of Hotel 1 Panama.
-As usual, en may fish for as
long or short a time as he wish wishes
es wishes during this time. As in previ previous
ous previous tournaments many Interna Interna-tional
tional Interna-tional sports fishermen wilt par.
ticipate from North and South A A-morica.
morica. A-morica. 'Fishin2-Area is the Gulf -of Pa
nama as far down as the Colom
bian border on the East and Cape
Mala on thr West.
Fueuns and ice facilities will, be
available at Cocoa Point, where
most of file boats, will rendezvous
each' night. Certified scales will be
located at Cocoa and Pinas.
There will be four prizes espe
cially for ladies, although the gent
ler sex may compete, for any of
the 3(i prizes besides, i
Like last year, mere win a an
Inter-Servlce Tournament with;
in the tournament for the mem members
bers members of the Armed Forces, with
many trophies Special Services
Officers will supply further in in-formation.
formation. in-formation.
Anyone desiring further Informa
tion on the Fifth International Mar
lin and Sailfish Tournament may
contact any of the following:1 Ken
Miaoieton uaiDoa awa, uua rir-es-Curundu
6182, Barney Forgeson
navy 3XIO, osiu muuuj uiuuuu
728C, Aquilino Vallarino -. Panama
3-1051 f Robert Novey Panama 3-
0140, Audiey Khne Panama 3-
CON CLUB
NOTES
The Balboa Gun Club May
Smallbore Rifle Match was fired
Sunday with some good scores
being recorded. Paul "Pablo" An.
derson was the high man for the
day with An aggregate score of
714 zor tne tour positions.
Most of the competitors who
fired will now -have enough
match rounds fired to receive
their permanent NRA classif ica
tion, la fimallbora Outdoor poai;
?(. These classifications are based
On the average ot the competi competitor's
tor's competitor's score as, fired in competi-1
tion. They art divided Into four
classes: Masters aret those with
an average of 93 or better: Ex
pert 89 to 92.99: Sharpshooter
85 to 88.99; and Marksman are
tnose witn an average oeiow 85
Winners were:
Match No. 1: 20 shots, 50
yards, fired crone
High Gun; Duncan jAird Jr.
I95-10X.
. 2nd: Victor Morean. 195-4Z.
Match No. 2: 20 shots, 60 yds.,
flrea sitting.
High Gun: Paul Anderson, 193
ix.
2nd: Victor Morgan, 180-lx.
Match Na 3: 20 shoU, 60 yds.
fired kneeling.
High Gun; Victor Morgan, 175-
zx.
2nd: Paul Anderson. 170-lx.
Match No. 4: 20 shots, 60 yds
fired stanoing.
. High Gun: Paul Anderson, 159.
1 2nd: Duncan Laird Jr 154. 1
. Match, No. 5; .Aggregate fit al
scores'.
. High Gun: Paul Anderson, 714 714-Sx.
Sx. 714-Sx. 2nd: Duncan Laird Jr 896-lOx.
3rd Victor Morgan, 685-7X.
Several members of. the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gun Club and the Canal
Zone' Police fired the Practical
Pistol Course for qualification at,
the Balboa Gun Club nistol
'UBC Jf.
Noroert F. "Nobby" KeUer our
club President showed now It is
don by firing a perfect score
over the alfllcuit course.
'Scores were:
Norbwt Ti Keller .W. 1 00
W. Bass 95.2
F. Wells 94
C. Mcllvame 04
R. Engelke 831
& Hayes w i
C. Priest 79.1
Mathews .,.. 73.6
Baugh 71.6
Demmlng 9A
McAllister i 66.4
r

26 of May 1957, the Balboa Gun tn an hrtrmntional soccer match
Club 22 Pistol Championshio Wednesday before crowd of 75, 75,-Match
Match 75,-Match will be fired. Shooting will 000 in Neckar Stadium,
beeln at 0000. Competitors mayi.

fire either day but once started
can not drop out and nmsn tne
next day. The match wlU do fired,
reffardlesa of the weather. The

Oub Championship can only be; Frank Lan of the St Louis Car Car-won
won Car-won by a Balboa Ou Club mem-jdinals. Syba was known as "the

ber in rood stanoing ui vwu,
Msy 1S57.
IbU match u open w au ps-
tot shooaers in the area. 90
rounds wm be crea, zo tune, zu
rapid. 20 slow, and Natkmal;
Match Course. Crab champion

ship will be awarded on high ag-'tir nbu ts banned from Atlaa Atlaa-rretaLe
rretaLe Atlaa-rretaLe 'tie Coast Conference athletics last

'i ropnles will be given to the summer for alleged recruituif vio vio-wUners
wUners vio-wUners fat Expert, Sharpshooter, Utions, ha; been declared eligible

and MarUraandasaes. '.
The Club SmaEoort champion-

ship wia be fired o June 22,'ACC Commflmer Jim Weaver.

1857. : i
The Club center fire pistol
champicn&hlo win be fired to J-

ly probably the 20th.

Tournament July 75

. Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

m

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
Pet. GB
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
Brooklyn ,
Philadelphia
New York
St. Louis .
Chicago .
Pittsburgh
.897
.855
.621
.552
.438
.433
.296 12
.278 13
' TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Cincinnati (N)
Milwaukee at Chicago -New
York at Brooklyn (N)
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
.; v. (Night Game)
St. Louis 000 100 0012 S 2
Cincinnati 005 001 OOx-8 9 0
McDaniel (2-2), Wehmeler, Da Davis
vis Davis and Smith. 1
Gross (4-0), Acker Md Bailey
Only game scheduled.'
EXHIBITION GAME
Yankees 200 007 10010 17 0
Dodgers 000 021 400 7 10 1
f!iiot.t Tarnr in Tii.lmi V7i
and Berra. Johnson it): Erskine.
Lehman (5), Craig (8), Roebuck
w) ana campaneua, Plganatano
in. wr: cicowe. lp; Lenman
HR; Mantle.
Gross Revelation
St. Louis
At R H Pi
.4 1 12
Blasingame 3b
oarx ss
Musial lb
Boyer cf
Moon If
' 0
0 4
2 11
1 2
H. Smith e ..
a-Cunnlnghant
Miksls rf ....
Kasko 3b
McDaniel p
b-Ennls ....
Wehmeler p
0 0 0 1
0 ,0 0 0
T
ft
L 0
c-Mi smim
Davis p f .
0 ,. 0
0 0
24 14
Totals
33
Cincinnati
3
2 6
Temple 2b
Post rf .
Bell cf ;...
Robinson If
Crowe lb ..
Bailey c ...
Hoak 3b....
McMillan ss
Acker p ..
0
Total
32 6 9 27 6
awPlled out for fl. Smith in
9th.
b Filed out for McDaniel in
6th. I
!Atrt.t1r mif fAt XX7ahm In t
8tn.
St. Louis
Cincinnati
000 100 0012
005 001 00X 6
Errors Dark H. Smith. RBI:
Musial 1, Post 3. Bailey, McMillan
2. Doubles: Post, Bailey. Home
runs: Musial Post Stolen baseo
Temple. Doubleplays: Dark to
Blasingame to Musial 3. Left on
base: St Louis 4. Cincinnati 1.
Bases on balls: McDaniel 4, Weh Wehmeler
meler Wehmeler 1, Davis l. S.O.: McDaniel
1, Wehmeler U Gross 6. Hits off:
T gavls 1 la Tl Gross 8 In A 2-3
TwJl ,L 1? '.' Strr 3.
! runs: McDaniel I and 1. Weh
..... .S. a S. A UtVM UI A. TT
Gross (4-0). LP: McDaniel (2-2)
Sports Briefs-
- RECINA. Sask. (UP) Frank
Tripucka, former Notre Dame
quarterback who set four passing
records in Canada's western
Football Conference. has aimed
hit fourth contract with the Sas-
fkatchewna Roughriders. He for
merly pleved for the Detroit
Lions, Chicago Bears and Dallas
Esglcs.
I
I STUTTGART, Germany (UP)
ST. LOUIS (UP) Former ma-
.ior league pUcher and eoach Mike
kyba has oeea named a special
a1ant ta General Manaeer
. one-man gaasr durmg aia visytng
(days because of bis versatility. He
caorm and played the snftehi ana
cvtLtld in .addition to pitching
-
GREENSBORO
Don Coker. bin
N. C. (UP)
cboal tootban
1'r vanity football at the L'wer-
t-ty of North Carolina this fafl.
eiercinng powrre grantM ami oy
eonferem toiltv upresentatives
this wtonth. landed down the ral

W L
. 23 10
. k19 10
. 18 11
. 16 13
. 14 18
; .13 17
. 8 19
. 8 21

leg Wcdaerfay. :

AMERICAN LEAGUS

Teams
W L Pet
GB
sT
4
6
9
Chicago
20 7 .741
Cleveland ... 16 11 .621
New York . 17 12 ..588
Detroit 17 16 .515
Boston . . 16 16 .500.
Kansas City . 12 17 '.414
Baltimore : . 12 17 .414
9
Washington . 9 25 .265 14 Vi
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston t Baltimore (N) i
Chicago at Cleveland (N)
Detroit at Kansas City N)
Washington at New York
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Open Date
Leaders
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 75 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club f ab r h Pet
Aaron, Mil. 30 131 32 47 ,359
Robinson. Clncl. 31 135 2 8 48 .356
I Musial, St. Louis 30 125 17 44 .352
Groat, Pitts.,
29 116 18 40 .345
noax, umci.
Hodges, BTdyn
Thomas, Pitts.
33 110 18 38 .345
29 116 16 39 .336
28 116 11 39 .336
31 102 20 34 .333
Bailey, cmci.
Mays, New York 31 120 24 39 ,325
Crowe, Clnci. 27 105 15 34 .324
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
WilUamvBosj T28 99 22 40 U04
Mantle, N.Y. 29 95 23 35 J68
liBertoia, Detroit 31106 11 37349
Simpson, H..U. 33 1ZU 17 40 .333
Power, K.C. 23 81 12 27 .333
iMauch. Boston 20 78 16 25 .329
llWertz, Cleve. 29102 20 33 424
u Demaestrl. K.C. 32 87 .14 28 J22
Triandos, Baltl. 20 78 10 25 .321
HOME RUNS
national League
1
Aaron, Braves ll
Moon, cards 9
Sauer.Giants 7
Mathews, Braves 7
Adcock. Braves ......... 6".
Robinson, Redlegs ....... 6
Crowe, Redlegs 8
Snider, Dodgers 6
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Red Sox 10
Slevers. Senators 9
Zerniai, Athletics 8
Mantle, Yanks 7
(Five tied with 6 each)
" RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves 29
Furillo, Dodgers 29
Robinson. Redlegs 25
Post, Redlegs 23
(Four tied with 22 each)-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators
Doby, White Sox v
Jensen, Red Sox
Simpson, Athletics
Zerniai. Athletics
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Trucks, Athletics ... 5 0
Oross, Redlegs ...... 4 0
Narleskl. Indians ... 3 0
Zuverink, Orioles ... 3 0
Labine. Dodgers .... 3 0
Drysdale, Dodgers ..3 0
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INCLEWOOD. CaliL. (NEA)
Hollywood Far total atteoaaoce.
isi,i7a, was tbo bignest taer-
ou soured ricins attendance la
the United States last year.
The Ingiewood gout's HQ.
rvason has iust started.
Hollywood Park a bo showed
tbo wsy in daily svetage attend attendance,
ance, attendance, 30.567. and total sautuel
handle. 1I20.1S3.4M.
Wor id records tachde piise
mooev Mid to korscxBea. X3&6(,
I too; dally sverare goa distnba-
tioa, SCTas; and rveraga per
race, SS.074 for o races.
At least one saore world record
fur one meeting is assured for
1957. HoUyweod Park aaMxmced
aa aU time high s'skf progiam
rf ti.ies.eoo i ved wwy.
Four 8100.000 races'-Tbe Calif or or-niaa.
niaa. or-niaa. Wefteroer. Hyvood Gold
Cup sad the SunKt Handkap
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FOR REHTs In desirable Bella
Vista area attrattive rwo-bed-room
Chalet with maid's room
and bath. Fanead In yard. Tele Tele-phona
phona Tele-phona Panama 3-3-305.
FOR RENTs Vacation quartan
for rant. Juna lit to August 15th,
cottage, Balboa near bus. line.
Reasonable to responsible party.
Call Balboa 1432 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR RENTs Completely fur furnished
nished furnished three bedroom house, hot
water, garage. 168 Via Belisa Belisa-rio
rio Belisa-rio Porrai.
FOR RENT, Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, $65.00. 6 1st St.
No. 4, Campe- Alegre. Phone
3-2795.
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FOR RENT Two bedroom
chalet, furnished. Phone 3-3887.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES-and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottages
'J Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pana Pana-v
v Pana-v ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve, NOW. inexpensive
satisffing 1 vacations, Santa
Clara taach Shrapnel's fur furnished
nished furnished houses. Phona Balboa
1771.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furbished
bished furbished larga cool room. Kitchen
privileges if desired. Pension
Mexico, Bella Vista. Tel. 3-.
0553
TRANSPORTS BAXTER, S. A
Packers Shippers Merer
Phones 2-2451 zJ-zl1
Learn Riding at
" PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes dairy
3 ta 5 p.m. Phana 2-2451
at by appointment.
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CALLS TILL 10:00 p.m.
2-2374
(All work guaranteed)
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New Bottom Paint 365
Took 5 yar to develop.
No more mid-season haul haul-dut,
dut, haul-dut, once a year is enough.
Guaranteed to Stop all
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for 365 days.
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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
.2 badrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, S42.S0. J. F. da la Ossa
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone, Phone 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator.
Porch, parlor-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, screened, tiled, $55.00. ',
Inquire House 1 1 2, Belisario
, Porrai; near Roosevelt Theatre;.
FOR RENT: Modern ana bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments, living-dining
room, hot 'water installation,
screened. Building Just built, op.
posite "Colegie Javier," 3rd St. ;
Perejil. Ready .for .occupancy,
570.00. For information call
Quijano, phona 2-27 IS Eighth
St. No. 5-30. .
FOR RENT: Modern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
room, garage, maid's room, hot
water. New building, "J" Street
El Cangrejo No. 2. See Quijano,
8th St. No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Unfrunl.hed a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance.
Lovely residential section. Large
living room, dining room, two
badrooms, 2 baths, maid's quar quarters,
ters, quarters, locked garage. Panama 3 3-0873.
0873. 3-0873. FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, (tegular trans transportation.
portation. transportation. North American
neighbors. Two available June
1st. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, larga
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
hot water, linen, China glass glassware.
ware. glassware. Exclusive residential sec section.
tion. section. Bella Vista, $175.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balbaa 1448.
FOR RENT) Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchenette. Available
Juna 1 0th, 4th ef July Avenue.
Phone 2-1140.
Panama
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Major Genetal Thomas Har
rold, commandinfr officer of the
UJS. Army Caribbean and Mrs.
Harrold are among the 49' pas passengers
sengers passengers scheduled to sail Irom
New York Friday aboard the
Panama liner Cristobal for Crls-
lODai, Eleven passengers arei
booked for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Mrs. Josef ita Arias; Mr. and
Mrs. Luis E. Azcarraga; Mrs.
Marguerite E. Bouche; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert E. Budreau; Richard
A. Edmonson; Mrs. Eva K. P.
Ounby and son; Mr. and Mrs.!
George M. Hall and daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halperln;
General and Mrs. Thomas Har Harrold;
rold; Harrold; Mrs. Emllee G. Hewitt;
KODen i Knapp; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank N. Light; and George w.
Lopp.
I Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. O'Con O'Con-nell
nell O'Con-nell and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert G. Owens and 2 children;
Manuel Pabon; Mr. and Mrs. Rl Rl-ba;
ba; Rl-ba; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Saflan;
Richard J. Salvato; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles P. Shay; Mr. and Mrs.
Warren H. Smith and daughter;
Max R. Stempei; Courtney Stem Stem-pel;
pel; Stem-pel; Mrs. Mae Struble; Anthony
Sylvester: Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
Wemert; Mr. and Mrs, Leon S-!
Wills; and Mr. and Mrs. Sam I
Workman.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Twe Hillman Husky;
low mileage, exceptionally good
buys; 1956 medelos. For infor information
mation information call Tel. 3-4568, 8 a.m.-,
1 2 noon, 2-5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury Mr.
Clair, hard top WS walls, fully
equipped, $2,300.00. Phone
Cristobal 3-2775. i
FOR SALE:--! 949 Ford, 4-door
Sedan. Good condition. $375.00.
0420-B.-A.ncon. Phone 2-3651.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chewolet
210 Hardtop with ; pewerglide,
WW tires. Call Balboa 2-6316.
FOR SALE: 1953 Austin Conv.
A-40. Leaving. Mut sell imme immediately.
diately. immediately. Excellent condition. Low
mileage. 2172-A, Cu rand u. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 5278.
FOR SALE: Duty paid, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. 1955 Plymouth,
4-door station wagon with ra radio,
dio, radio, $1800.00. 1956 4-door
Plymouth Savoy Sedan, power
eteering, automatic push button
drive, $1800.00. Phone 3 3-5471.
5471. 3-5471. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE; Bargain, black
Cadillac in perfect condition. Za Za-patsria
patsria Za-patsria Broadway, phona 2-2809.
FOR SALEs 1949 v Oidsmobllq Oidsmobllq-Sedan,
Sedan, Oidsmobllq-Sedan, $400.00. Good condition,;
duty paid (North American
owner). Panama 3-7387. ;
FOR SALE 1950 Oldsmobile
Sedan. Good tires, original own owner,
er, owner, $350.00. House 0554-A An An-icon,
icon, An-icon, telephone 2-3728.
FOR SALE: 1953 black Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Fordor 210. Radia, white white-wall
wall white-wall nylon tires. Standard shift.
Excellent condition. Call Price Price-Panama
Panama Price-Panama 2-0729, 7:30" a. m. m.-1:30
1:30 m.-1:30 p.m.; 3-2109 after 2 p.m.,
FOR SALE: Bargain Ford V-8
Tudor Sedan, motor recently
overhauled, wheels aligned, seat seat-covers.
covers. seat-covers. Can ba seen after 5:30
p.m. 807-C Tavarnilla, Balboa.
Phone 2-2671. -.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4-
'-doorV''
1,0001
Sedan. green, $1,100. 23,1
miles. Phona Curundu 3121 or
house 579-H. .; A'-W.
FOR SALE1 -1956' Opal wtili
radia, goad tires, lew. mileage.
Tel. 1-7010-8:00 ta 5:30 PeW
relre. After 5:30 TeL 3-5507, f
vv 1 1 sen.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, vary good condition, $300.
Phana Balboa 1698;
FOR' SALE s Four door OeLuxe
Chevrolet, standard shift, radio,
excellent condition.- Albrook
62375183.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
4-door Sedan, 2-tonei excellent
condition. Balboa 2-1373.
FOR SALE: 1947 Cadillae
Sport Coupe. Good condition,
$395.00. 658-kV, Curundu Hats.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ferd, V-l,
4-door Sedan. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, 34,000 miles. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2707.
FOR SALE: Station Wagan
1951 Pontiac, radio, hydrematic.
Tel. 84-2139.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Aeent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama ZAiSt
CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. GERALDO S..LIM
East 34tb. Street 6
across from Lax Theatre
Honrs 9:01 ajn. ta Si:
J: p.m. to 8:08 p.m.
TeL Fanama 3-3272.
glta tea flnrra iws" ..
BOOT REDUCING
Mdvy Macnima. Mavase
Steam Balk mm and frmale
Medirsl belts, oHh brarm
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ta Av. ionto Areeemeno a-Rtl
Dc. SCROLL snhwd Clrtrapadlat
USED
REFRIGERATORS
From
$95.00 to $150.00
No Dotcn Payment
Easy Payment Plan
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Miscellaneous
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MOTOR AL SALES i SER SER-'
' SER-' VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGEST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RADIOS1
DIOS1 RADIOS1 AND J.V SETS ON
i THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-NES
NES INVERSIO-NES GENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38... ... v
FOR SALE: Save money by us using
ing using 5"xl2"xl2" ClaycoClay
Blocks. They are economical,
light and da net crack. $157.50
per thousand. Clayce and Alfa Alfa-reria,
reria, Alfa-reria, S. A., Via Espana No, 37
47. Phone 3-0160. v
FOR SALE: Porcelain sinks,
.16x18 in White and colors, class
"C". Special price $5.00. Wash
tuba, same type, $9.00. Clayce
& Alfararia, S.A., Via EspaXa
37-47. Phana 3-&160. i
FOR SALE. One 9.2 cubic feet
Philco upright deepf reexe; auto automatic
matic automatic Maytag washing machine;
automatic Hotpoint clothes dryer;
Portable Singer sawing machine,
one 20 & 12 gaga model 12
Winchester, repeater pump shot shotgun,
gun, shotgun, all abova in like new con condition;
dition; condition; I brand new Lambrerta
(Italian) modal 150, two ssatar
motor scooter,, Quarters 64, Al Al-brek
brek Al-brek AFB, Lf. Col. Spialan.
FOR. SALE: Madam Beauty
Salon. Bast location in Panama,
good patronage, easily managed.
For further information write to
Apartade 2021.
FOR SALE: 14 cubie foot deep,
freeze. Panama 3-0873.
FOR SALE: Leaving Canal
Zona. Three summer suits, new
white Tuxedo size 38-42 long.
Phone, Navy 3665.
FOR SALE: Car seat, dresser
with mirror, mahogany bar, 3 3-speed
speed 3-speed record player, child's desk
and chair, child's portable fence.
Call 2-4370.
v OR SALEi-Leaving, must sail
Began 110 G Hi-Fi Amplifier,
used 6 months,. $55. Call Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama 3-2109 after 2:00 p.m.

Tall Texan Namfid Billy Welu

, By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) The most
widely traveled athlete in the
world is a tall, handsome Texan
named Billy Welu, who this year
will travel more than 150,000
mues givjfig bowling exhibitions.
Billy wa in New J e r i e v
Wednesday. Today he is in San
Francisco. Two days later he'll be
in Oklahoma City and shortly aft
er inn ne u Be in Detroit.
'Sure clad now I decided
against either baseball or golf,"
smiies me rj-toot, 4-incn Z20pound Z20pound-er.
er. Z20pound-er. "I just love to travel and im imagine
agine imagine how dull it would be spend spending
ing spending a week in one town."
Billy, only 25 years old. could
have made the grade as a catcher
or a pro golfer when he left the
University ol St. Thomas in his
native Houston. He' was a bis hit
ter in Dotn sports and a scratch
gouer at 17.
Never Sorry For Choice
But I decided you last lonser
in bowling and besides," he says
"while I was in school I could
bowl evety night and keep my
hand in. So bowling it was and
I've never been sorry for a mo moment."
ment." moment." He shouldn't be. Now a touring
exhibitionist, for AMF, the relaxed
easygoing -young giant bowled
with the rational match game
champions In 1954-55 and 1955-56,
won the ABC doubles in 1954 and
was on-bowling's 'All America
team in 1955.
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NOT FOR HALF-PIWTS "Pop" Maynard, 85, knuckles down
' for an attempt at th annual British marbles championship at.
' Tinsly Green. England. The veteran marbles player is shoot-'
. tag for af prite that separate the anen from the boys: a firkiav
' 7 pints) f strong ale.,, 4 ., ,.; k

la Ossa Ave. Mo. 41 FOTO DOMY Juslo

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Home Arti
FOR SALE: RCA Hi-Fi I speed
Record player 125.00.' Dresser
15.00. Chest 10.00. Table 5.00.
Bicycle 20.00. Golf clubs 50.00.
1954 Buick Hard Tap 1495.00.
658-B Curundu Heights.
,' FOR SALE : More reductions...
Now 3 doer wardrobe $108.00, ;
sofa bed 110.00, 5 pieces
I i V I n g room seH 49.00,
wardrobes 1 5.00, china closets
1 5.00, metal chests of -drawers
8.50, kitchen cabinets 37.00,
' folding beds 19.50, nfte tables
5.00, center tables 6.50, metal
bads I 12.50, new '- mattresses w
45.00, springs 12.50, bunk beds
39.00, porch chairs 12.00, me metal
tal metal desks 35.00, linoleums 6.95.'
Also: Beautiful wrought Iran
; dining and living, room, sets,
1 complete, bedroom and dining
room suites in pastel shades,
brand new" refrigerators. Love Lovely
ly Lovely chrome dinette sets. Easy
terms. Household Exchange, Na National
tional National Ave. No. 41, Tel. 3-
49113-7348.
FOR SALE: J 5-piece living
roam sat, $85.00. 7-piece din dining
ing dining room set, $50.00. Bed, com-
' plate with back rest, $50.00
Four burner gaa stove, $75.00.
' Venetian blinds and ether house household
hold household articles. Everything in per-
feet condition. Central Avenue
No.' 13-138, apartment 4.
FOR SALE: 8 cu. ft. refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, 60-cycle, excellent condi condi-.
. condi-. tion, used 20 months, $ 1 50.00.
Also gas stove. $25.00. Call
Panama 3-4283.
WANTED: North Americana
wish to find employment for
'their maid. Call Panama 3-2709.
WANTEDt Heme for 4 healthy
fat black, and white kittens 2
months eld. House 2724 Nica
bar Ave, Cocoli. : Phone 25-3137.

idely-Traveled Athlete

Taking hi? B A. degree in 1954,
Billy had to decide which way his
athletic inclinations led and that's
when bowl.'ng won out. He hooked
on with a top St. Louis team and
knew he had made a "fortunate
choice when, in his first year, he
earned better than $10,000.
You have to really be able to
bowl to roll up that kind of mon money.
ey. money. Billy can. He rolled a three three-game
game three-game high of 300-267-266883, his
806 series is the second highest
ever rolled on television and right
now he has a total of 10 .perfect
300 games. .? v
, A Memorable Occasion
"A potential '300 game produced
one of th funniest things that
ever happened to me," he laughs
in retrospect. "There was an alley
in St. Louis where I worked out a
great deal and I never had rolled
300 there. ,
"On9 'afternoon I r o 1 1 e d 11
straight strikes and needed only
one more for my perfect came.
he added. "But as I began my ap
Droacrv tne beating duct over the
lane broke and I was blinded hv a
face fuil of soot. The ball rolled in
tne gutter ana mere went my
300." -, ; rt
Billy Welu can laoeh at a mem
ory wliicr would turn most bowl
ers purple. After all. there are a
lot nore 300 games in the wood
for this young fellow and, as he
says, you cant beat the change of
scenery. .

Arosemena Ave. and 3a St. a) FARMACIA

'Real Estate
POR SALI OR LIAStW "La
Lama" building including fas
.station businas at f San Carles,'
' Inter-American highway, fasy
payments. Phona .3-6413 or 3 3-7049.
7049. 3-7049.
POR SALI Twe story concrete
house. Each floor has: perch, liv 1
Ing room, dining room,, 3 bed- -i
rooms, maid'a room, laundry
room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms,
garage, $17,500.00 mortgage.
Juste Arosemena Avenue No
33-34, opposite Pear Office.
Phone 3-1168.
1 POR SALIt Chicken farm, aem aem-pletely
pletely aem-pletely equipped. Escobal, housO
No. 109. Reasonably priced. To Tomes
mes Tomes Myers. ,
Lesson
LEARN. BALLROOM "Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-423.v Harnett and
Ounn.
Dorese Waites School of Danc-
' Ing. Columbus Club, Balboa.
Summer classes in ballet, tap, ?
acrobatic. Registratien May 29th, ;
:00 to 12:00.
DM
lose your shirt
on :ororjfj
campaigns
; : in the
Panama-Amencan
and keep it on!
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"GARNAVAL1TO"

FRIDAYS
'- r May 21 is Y :
:3 p.m. 11:31 p.m.

CURUNDU CLUBHOUSE nd ANNEX
F1EE: DANCINQ and FLOOR SHOW
GAMES of CHANCE and AMUSEMENT

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INVESTMENT :
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Ftst Crowinj Manufacturing Business needs Addi-
tional Ctpital. This is a wonderful opportunity to
Invest, large or smalL Ths Company has to x x-pnrj
pnrj x-pnrj and maks largo purchases ef tquipment.
, WrhV Box 4991, 'panamar R P.

US TELEVISION MEANS FINE
SERVICE TV service calls $2.50
call before 7 p.m.' for same day
service. SPECIAL any table mod model
el model or- portable radio repaired
S4.50 plus parrs. Phone 2-4616.

The boat dinners and drinks
ro served in our modern air air-:,
:, air-:, conditioned caff teria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pla.
a S do Mayo. f
Jake a Jungle Jim Jaunt Boat
Excursion to 1 the San Bias Is- ,(
hnds. THE FIRST OF A SERIES
2!iYU-lHD TRIPS TO SAN
BLA5.fY BAT. Leaves Balboa
pier 17( 7:00 a.m. Friday; May
31st.! Return to Cristobal Sunday
5:00 P ". Jane 2nd.
S48.00 each parson. Leaves
arrangers blub, Colon 10:00 p
May 31st. $45,00 each per'
sen. For those who ini.M...j
In going through the Canal only.
. the price is $7.00. including
lunch. First night aboard the
miser .,; "Peseadora." ": Second
night is spent at San Bias Islands
Hotel. Don't forget your camera
.and swim suit. For further in information
formation information see Jungle Jim at Ho-t
tel El Panama, or phone Panama
S-1660 daya or 3-1326 nights.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO -BOX
1211, CRISTOBAL CX

SIXTH AWARD Louis E. Hernande (right) received his
sixth Suggestion Award CertUlcate from Lt Col. Charles A.
Rowan, executive officer, UARCARIB Adjutant General Sec- i
tion, recently In ceremonies held In the AO office. Hernan Hernan-'
' Hernan-' dez received his most recent war4 for his- approved sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that the AG Unclassified Record Unit, Hq., USARCAKIB,
be placed on the permanent distribution list of publications
published by nil components of the command to provide bet better
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ItaliansSmild When Tal

From US Tourist;
TENDON fUPVA norde of more
than '700,000 Americans are lookv-
in forward to trips to Europe; inra
i year-but is Europe looiung wr
ward to tnem7 t y '....;.-..
' Th Italians and French both
tnat the American tourist as
child-the lUlians as their own,
th French as someone else s
' Both advertise widely lor visits
by Americans. Both say tney are
glad to tee Americans. But while
the Italians jmile when they take
your dollars, the French just take
them: '' i
The British don't drink tea so
much any more.' These days they
down American style coffee and
criticize the United States.
British streets and highways are
J traveled by Britons in American-
SATURDAY
MAT. IL, JUNE 1 f
2:M p.m. 11:31 pjn. ;
PRIZES V

. FOR SALE w20' cabin cruiser
7' beam. Good condition. Inboard
. engine. No. 165 Cristobal Yacht
Club. Leaving Isthmus. 3- 273.

FOR .SALEtIS'" beat with
25 hp. outboard, dual controls.
; All like now. $575.00. Will ti.
:V nance, Balboa 2887. 1
fOR SALE: One 10 hp.J.hB.
son outboard, one 22 hp. John.
aan outboard. Good running con-'
dition. 0420-8, Ancon, j Phoitt
2-3651. ...
t FOR SALE: Lister Diesel elec
trie plant, 16 h.p., 1200 RPM
J 1 10-120 volts,. 60 cycle. P.
feet condition. Phono 3-6413 or
3-7049. im- "tn
I FOR SALE: New Eire out out-board
board out-board motor, never used, $ h.p.
Won in a raffia. Phone 3-6298.
. FOR SALEW' cabin crui crui-ser.
ser. crui-ser. Ship-shore radid. Car radio,
compass,- angina rebuilt, Call
2-1569. i
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 250 cc. Jawa me-'
' torcycle, good condition. Priced
reasonably-for quick sale. Leav Leav-"
" Leav-" Ing Isthmus. 3-1273. M
FOR SALE: Cushman Scooter
wltn side f Car, new, ..$230.00.
"Cia. a Product os de Areifla, S.
A., I Via ,,; EspaAa No., 37-47.
Phone 3-0160,
'' S.
French lust Take
e.f
style automovilesv London shopg
feature- style' fresh from Fifth
Avenue.. There is an : American,
style soda fourtain at Shake Shakespeare's
speare's Shakespeare's birthplace at Sfratford.
But Britons make it quite clear
tourists than watchers. The West
that while they may buy Amer American,
ican, American, they don't have to be pro
American, ; v t-.
The Swiss are pleased at tho
chance of a creates income from
Germans are glad Americans feel
more free to visit .their country
and they nope for a revival of
the friendly exchanges of post
World War I days. ; - .
But some Swiss are anerv at
the U. S. for iU higher Uriffs on
bwiss watcn movements and ita
decision not. to back the British-
French invasion of Suez. .
Some West Germans resent A.
merican v. "efficiency" and dis dislike
like dislike Yankees because of the pret
ence of the U.S.. Army in Ger Germany
many Germany 12 years after the war.
These are- Impressions gained
after two months' motoring throng
Britain and the Continent My hus husband
band husband and I came to Europe with no
preconceive,, ideas ef what wo
would find.. We just packed our
bag anr our money aad came. i
Our impress ions came only from
dealing with person who live off
the toaro4 business.' A tourrrt's
chances of meeting someone cither
than a cab driver, i a waiter, a"
tourist guide or a chambermaid
are slim inded. ..
One day a hotel waiter In Pres.
too. England, tells yon,' AH t a
I world radiates from America these)
days." .. 1-., f-1 ;
I The next you hear a British
woman declare, "do on in the
j world likes Americans any more."
I We heard some French erit.
cisra of Americas ooliciea and a
I Paris ab driver charges us ta
tor a si rule wiuiout batting aa
eye.- But a French goverment
travel bureau officials said, 1
guess we can be angry at tbo
United StaU-s withota being angry
at ail Americans."

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Laundry Workers Union Ousted
for Misuse Of Welfare Funds
3ummerfield Victor As House
Group Okays Postal Rate Hike
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W WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP) -The
85,000-member Laundry Work Workers'
ers' Workers' Union was suspended from

the-AFL CIQ yesterday and two
- 'other unions the Distillery Work Work-'
' Work-' rt and Allied Industrial Workers
, were placed on one-year proba-
- uon for misuse ot wenare xunus.
- The precedent setting crack-
' 'down by the AFLf CIO Executive
Council came as the House Labor
Committee scheduled bea r J n g s
next, week aimed to drafting le le-r
r le-r gislation to protect union welfare
funds against "pillaging." Chair Chairman
man Chairman Graham A. Barden (D-NC)
said "some 40 million dollars was
fit stskc
- In suspending the Laundry Work Work-"eirs
"eirs Work-"eirs JJnion, the AFL-CIO high com com-,
, com-, mand announced that it will re recommend
commend recommend at the AFL CIO con con-''
'' con-'' Vention in December that the un un-'
' un-' ion -be expelled outright from the
big labor organization.
f Th three unions were accus accused
ed accused some two years age by a Sen-i-at
committee of misuse of wel welfare
fare welfare funds and had been under in?
-vesjigation by the AFL-CIO for
; J about a year. A federal grand
, fury also is looking into some
phases of the case.
The executive council ruled that
the Laundry Workers had failed
: to abide by its order of last Feb Feb-'
' Feb-' ruary to clean house or face sus-
Peacock Thwarted
In Love Jlarlles
Tennessee Woman
j MEMPHIS, Tenn. May 24 (UP)
p An excited housewife telephon telephoned
ed telephoned Zoo Director Raymond Gray
JVednesday about a huge bird that
pas perched on her chimney top
Jits king strange loud noises.
j3ray told Mrs. William Loewen Loewen-beTg
beTg Loewen-beTg not to worry about it.
. That's just a male peacock that
strayed ifrom the too after being
spurned in love," Gray said.
-He explained that, when a male
peacock is thwarted in love he
'gets mad and goes off and. sulks."
. Jle.said The mating season will
te gver in about two weeks and
Tie peacock then will return to the
rev.:-
Why ore kids usuolly so well
Informed on ooything they don't
nove to snxtyi'
me i
aather Or Not
This wtathar renart far tha
Jtjieurs ending I a.m. today,
it ttprd by the Meteerele Meteerele-gicit
gicit Meteerele-gicit and Hydrographic Branch
o' the 'Panama Canal Company:
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pension at the council's current
meeting. Therefore, it took the
first step toward the union's oust ouster.
er. ouster. In the case of the 75,000-mem-ber
Allied Industrial Workers and
the 35,000-member Distillery Work Workers,
ers, Workers, the council said it was. "not
satisfied" that they had "satisfac-

toril cleaned house," It gave them
a year to do so under AFL-CIO
supervision.
It was, the second major disci
plinary action taken by AFL-CIO
leaders this week! On Monday,
the council found Teamster Presi
dent Dave Beck guilty of "gross
misuse" of union funds and kick
ed him out as an AFL-CIO' vice
president and council member.
teamster leaders are preparing
to can a meeting of the union's
executive board, possibly next
week, in a move that could toDDle
iiecK as neaci of the nation's bur
best union. Beck faces ouster if he
refused to go peaceably.
But the actien el the AFL-CIO
Executive Council against the
Laundry Workers was the first
time that union has been sus suspended
pended suspended by the labor organiza organization,
tion, organization, i jk
mi v i ... ...
ine i.aunary workers Held a
convention in Chicago recently at
which Ralph T. Etfgan, a local
union vice president was elected
president of the entire union.
AFL-CIO President George Mea-
ny ioia a news conference there
was "every indication" that E. C,
James, former secretary-Treasur
er wno was involved in welfare
fund disclosures, "had ouite a hit
io uo wim deciding who was go
ing io De president.
Voting Bloc
Defeats Allanfa's
Negro Candidate
ATLANTA, May 24 (UP) -White
voters responding to a plea by Gov.
Marvin Griffin turned out in force
Wednesday to defeat the city's
first Negro candidate for alder alderman
man alderman since Reconstruction days.
Unofficial returns of the run-off
primary election gave Jack Sum Summers,
mers, Summers, a barber supply dealer, 32. 32.-170
170 32.-170 votes to 22455 for hit Negro
iwuiiem, i. M. Alexander, an
insurance executive.
The citywide turnout for that
oevenm ward race and a runoff
Deiween two white candidates in
another ward was unnrpiHnta4
for a runoff. The vote was 76 per
cent as large as for the primary
two weeks ago.
Griffin had thrown his personal
weight behind Summers, urging
whites to "do some bloc voting
themselves" to defeat the Negro
candidate.
Returns indicated Negores vot voted
ed voted heavily for A4exander and that
he also carried two precinta in
which white registrations exceed
Negro registrations. The city has
124,599 white registered voters and
28,646 Negroes.
"At this critical period in our af affairs
fairs affairs it is no time for the white
people to witness the election of a
Khrushchev Sees
Farms As Stronger
Than Hydrogen Bomb
MOSCOW, May 14 (UP)- Nik! Nik!-ta
ta Nik!-ta Khrushchev said in a speech
released today that Soviet agri agriculture
culture agriculture will prove "stronger than
the hydrogen bomb" in the con conflict
flict conflict between East and West.
"We do not intend to blow up
the capitalist world with bombs
the Communist Party chief said in
a speech delivered to agricultural
workers ia Leningrad.
"If we catch up with the United
State as reeards the level of
per capita production of meat, but butter
ter butter and milk, we win dispatch a
very strong torpedo against the
, roinaauons f capitalism." he said.
"This will be our great eonauest,
for at present the United States
i influence the psveholotrial atti atti-:
: atti-: tude of literally the whole western
! world by the volume of her out output.
put. output. Khnishschev said the Soviet Un Union
ion Union eaa catch up with American
Pr capita production of livestock
produce within the next few years
and with U.S. meat production by
' 1361,
"This, our victory, win be strong stronger
er stronger than the bydroeea bomb."
Khrushchev said the Soviet Ua Ua-joo
joo Ua-joo a position among other nations
J rood" and that "the oeaee oeaee-oring
oring oeaee-oring policy of the Soviet atata i.
wpported by the whole of prorres prorres-aire
aire prorres-aire mankind.
iYouno Marine
j Fined $100'
! Par drivtnf kis ear while Tender
tbe infiurtce mi liquor, a 20-yesr-cd
American saariw Oiarlee H.
Behreat was fined $10 this mers mers-ing
ing mers-ing .in the .Balboa Magistrate's
Cowt. :
He was fnuad faSty of drmken
drrrim early this morning em Gil Gil-WH
WH Gil-WH Highway. Ne accident was
wvoived.

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32nd XEAR

Nixon Flglits For Budget; Wilson Says
Cuts Would Undermine Military Power

NEW YORK, May 24 UP -Vice
President Richard N. Nixon
carried the fight for President Ei-.
senhower's budget to a strong e e-nemy
nemy e-nemy camp last night.
The vice president told .3,300
steel executives that substantial
cuts in foreign aid request "will
jeopardize not only our safey, but
our chances for victory in the
world struggle." The annual din dinner
ner dinner of the American Iron and Steel
Institute was the occasion for one
of Nixdn's few policy: speeches
this year.
The speech was frequeptly in interrupted
terrupted interrupted by applause, although
many of those listening to Nixon
have been openly critical of the
President's record peacetime bud budget.
get. budget.
Nixon said of the one billion dol dollar
lar dollar budget provision for economic
asistance abroad: s
"I can state with complete con con-viction
viction con-viction that I know of ne expen expenditure
diture expenditure being made of "our gov government
ernment government which is mere essential
te eur national security than
this one."
He said foreign assistance pro programs
grams programs are "necessary for our sur survival."
vival." survival." Nixon said, however,, the pre present
sent present tax level, if continued inde indefinitely,
finitely, indefinitely, could "seriously weaken
the economy."
Also in Washington, Defense
Secretary Charles E. Wilson to today
day today denounced House committee
cuts in military funds as an "un "unwise
wise "unwise gamble", with American
security that would seriously un undermine
dermine undermine the armed forces.' V -:
. He challenged the claim of the
House Appropriations Committee
that the- menace of world com com-munismhas
munismhas com-munismhas "somewhat abated."
in the past year. He said he saw
no evidence the danger has les-
senea, ana '"cuts eased on hope
alone are too risk
Wilson, flankair hv fw n. lAn'a
military high command, appealed
to the Senate aDDrom-iatiom Cam.
mniee to restore $1,274,000,000 of
the 52,586,775,000 which the House
committee voted to cut.frnm th.
fiscal 1958 defense budget.
xie ma uie cut would force a
reduction in military manpower,
hamper research and development
curtail plane and ship procure procurement
ment procurement and guided missile develop development,
ment, development, and impair day-to-day oper
ations ana maintenance of the
armed forces.
iti Boss Canlave
Pledges Government
Regime In Ten Days
PORT AU PRINCE. Mav 24
(UP) Brig Gen. Leon Cantave
moved lart nieht to win suDDort
for his military regime. He pro
mised "definite steps" toward
formation of a provisional govern
ment within 10 days.
Cantave's offer came on the
third day of a nationwide general
strike called by his political op opponents.
ponents. opponents. Viitually all major in
dustrial and commercial activity
in Port au Prince were closed
down, and reports from other pro
vinces renorted the strike equally
effective.
Cantave, who heads the milita
ry government that deposed the
"civilian junta and took over
control ot Haiti Tuesday, offered
round-the-clock military protec
tion to thon and business
es that reoptn. Armed guards al already
ready already were stationed at a number
of smaller shops which opened in
defiance ot the popular passive ret
sistanc movement.
More troops were seen in the
streets of Port au Prince but
there was no outward indication,
that physical trouble was brewing.
Consumers Co
Opening Of 2
Tbe board of directors of the
Panama Consumers Cooperative
last night g the green tight to
establish a credit up to $10,000 for
the opening two food markets.
A motion granting full authori authority
ty authority te the board of directors to
fotiats tbe credit waa unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously approved by tbe membership
at a aaecuag atteaaea oy over 2u0
persons.
la addition. TZ member who

could not attend the meetiaf aadjjone 1.
ctvea on.xi to other aembersl One will x located ia Rie Aba-

empowerinf them to vou fori) next ta tH Republic of Haiti
them ra favor of establishing thejSchool and I've rther -will be 'T
er-dit. street oppjeit tho National la-
- A. ass the third meeting ciHad.safuta.

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FAN AM A, R. Pw FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1957

Wilson wont' before the -committee
less than 24 hours. after
President;, Eisenhower warned
that the House committee reduc reductions
tions reductions would "cut directly into de de-fense.".
fense.". de-fense.". ;' : : "i,.'
'Like Wilson, Eisenhower looked
to the Senate rather than the
House to save the administra administration's
tion's administration's budget. K --
Chairman George H. Mahon (D (D-Tex.)
Tex.) (D-Tex.) of the House. Appropriations
subcommittee wh 1 c h originally
proposed the cut, insisted that it

: SUPEROR PERFORMANCE MaJ. A. E. Weber (left) central
; exchange officer, "USARCARIB, and Carl A. Wldell, civilian
personnel officer, congratulate Mrs. Carmen le la Lastra fo-
.' lowing si recent presentation of a sustained superior perform performance
ance performance certificate and a check for $100. The presentation cere ceremony
mony ceremony took place hi the presence of fellow central exchange
employes and represented achievement while Mrs. de la Las Lastra
tra Lastra wax connected with the Civilian Personnel Office.
.' y (U.S. Army Photo)

US Note Demands Russians
Pay Damages For Lost B29

WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)
The- United States demanded to today
day today that Russia pay $756,604 dam dam-aces
aces dam-aces for the "deliberate and will
ful" shooting down of a U. S. Air
Force B29 over Japan Nov. 7. 1854.
The government, in a 5,000-word
note delivered in Moscow, said it
was ready to prove that the inci incident,
dent, incident, in which one crew member
died, took place in international
air space over Hokkaido in North Northern
ern Northern Japan.
it rejected a Soviet argument
One Charge
Or Another
TAMPA. Fla. (VP) A Criminal
Court jury found Dan Williams
guilty of stealing two glass doors
but decided they were worth less
than the 8VI.11 tbe owner claimed.
Theft of or more is grand lar larceny
ceny larceny to the Jury decided the doors
wer worth (49.99, reducing the
charge to petty larceny.
However, the Judge aeiayea sen
tence because Williams faces trial
on anothar larceny charge. This
one involving $85.
- Op
ves
Food Stores
by the bord of directors ta seek
authority ta open the store. At
the two previous meetings enough
members di not attend to makt
a quorum. Last night, however,
more thaa enough members were
present to rote on the issue.
Fonowtng tbe appreVal of the
credit. Raul Reid, presided of
the cooperative's board of lit
em, aonwmced that the two food
store should toe ta, operation by

country is safe' "Abraham Lincoln.

"can be absorbed" without injury
to any esential defense program.
He said he thought the adminis
tration would swing around to his
view.
The House is scheduled to start
debating the military appropria appropriations
tions appropriations bill today, with a vote sched scheduled
uled scheduled for next week, s i
Wilson and Adm. Arthur W.
Radford, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff,, vigorously defend defended
ed defended their money requests. Radford
told the Senate committee the mil-
Km
that th B2 fired first on tho
Soviet planes ever Svit terri terri-try.
try. terri-try. Th not said th guns in
th American plan had not tn
fir4.
Soviet MIG Jet fighters attacked
the plane as it flew over northern
Japan and nearby waters on a tho-
to mapping mission. The 11-man
crew parachuted from the plane
after it was set afire but one crew crewman
man crewman was seriously injured and
died.
4 Tbe U. S.. note said the MIG
fighters attacked the B29 without
warning and that there was no
reason which would Justify "such
hostile action."
The note charged that the at attacks
tacks attacks "were planned, initiated, di directed
rected directed and continuously controlled
by responsible authorities of the
Soviet government" to destroy the
plane and bring about "tbe death
of its crew."
Because of its actions, the Unit United
ed United States said the Soviet govern
ment "was guilty of deliberate
and willful violation of applicable 1
rules of international law" and
thereby became liable for dam-;
ages. --'.-- I
: While th United Stat has 1
sent several nots f orvtatt to ;
Russia vr rh Incident, this
was rh first dmand fir dam- 1
.' If Russia fellews t j
practice, H will b rrctad Ot j
mt hand.
The breakdown of 'the total
S758.604 bill included $659,559 for
the plane; $50,000 for tbe death
of tbe crewman; $19,000 for dam-,
sees to other crew members and'
37.045 for "other damaee to the
Vnited Slrtift government."
Bishop. Reveals
'Sacrificial' Gin
CTSCINXATI, May 24 (UP)
WiUiam Stokes, ST, bishop of the
Spiritual Church f God, charged
with earning a blackjack, told
lice it was for the "protection
of myself snd my congregation.
He said the bottle of gin he was
cam iff was for "sacrificial pur pur-poes."
poes." pur-poes." '

rrvs cents
itary budget was fs o u n d and
'the best that' military planning
and winking' couut devise. ;
y, Wilson, denouncing "I ee.se ee.se-.
. ee.se-. charges" -."of military waste, said
tthe budget a submitted as "aus "austere
tere "austere and carafully balanced."
r He, "said':' the Jlouse' committee
cuts would require "adjustments
downward in our defense p r o o-gram
gram o-gram of considerable magnitude
and serkra8ne8t';.-..vV ';
' Like Eisenhower, Wilson said
that $1,313,000,000 of the House
committee reduction was a bookkeeping-operation
that, would not
affect spending.in the year--start--ing
July 1. : '. ':r
But he warned that much of
it wilt have to be mad -up in
. later years. -
But the remaining $1,274,000,000
slash, he said, would have "an im immediate
mediate immediate impact.' v
, Wilson won from Senate GOP
Leader William F. Knowland a
promise to oppose any cuts in
funds for planes, missiles, ships
and other military hardware.
Knowland said this "is not the
time to cut muscle from our de defenses"
fenses" defenses" when the Communist
threat continues great.
GOP Chief Knowland
Still Adamant On
Federal Budget Cut
WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP) (UP)-Senate
Senate (UP)-Senate Republican '.leader William
F. Knowland, unswayed by a .sof .softening
tening .softening among some Congressmen
toward. President Eisenhower
budget, today stood by his state statements
ments statements that Federal spending
should be cut three billion dollars.
But Vice President Kichard M.
Nixon1, in one of his few policy
speeches this year, jumped into
the budget battle last night with a
strong defense of the Administra Administration's
tion's Administration's money requests.
the President also picked r up
some top level GOP support in
the House on his foreign aid pro program.
gram. program. Speaker Sam Rayburn
(Tex.) and Democratic leader
John W. McCormack already have
lined up against meat ax puts in
the program. Rayburn has pre"
dieted the House would be fairly
generous is acting on the $3,865, $3,865,-000,000
000,000 $3,865,-000,000 foreign aid request.
Some congressional q u a r ters
credited Eisenhower's new all-out
fight to save his budget with help helping
ing helping to blunt the economy drive.
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- WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP)

ine House post orncc Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, In a victory for Postmaster
General Arthur E.Summerf ieid,
approved an administration pill
today to hike postage rates 462
million dollars beginning July 1.
But the measure- still faced' a
long,: hard path In the House and
Senate. There is strong opposM
uon to tne penny poost in rirst,
class and air mail rates by law
makers -who contend the public.
aireaay carries too mucnyor uie
postal burden, i . -. 1
Magazine lobbyists are expect
ed to nrotest the committee-an
proved hike in second class rates.
, tjnairman Tom Murray ti ti-Tenn.)
Tenn.) ti-Tenn.) said the committee ap
proved the measure by a "de
cisive majority; wit n almost no
-change, 'V 'V-V
V 'V-V Before finally approving 'the
bill, the. committee voted four
annuar i5 per cent increases in
second Class rates for newspapers
and masrazines. This would bring
in 33 million dollars annually by
the time the last of the series of
boosts becomes effective.- ,
The committee; earlier OKayea
the major part of the adminis administration
tration administration bill, including a boost ip
first-class letters' from 3 to 4
cents an ounce and. a hike in air
mail letters from to 7 cents.
Recular ; postcard, rates woum
go tip rrom z to a cents ana &u &u-mail
mail &u-mail noatcards: from 4 to 5 cents.
The plan would cost the public
an extra .$315,700,000 a year on
firsts ass mail. S17.100.ooa on
airmail letters and $32,600,000 on
postcards. ;
Panama Canal Seeks
Bids For Regular
Interior Painting
ttis are now being solicited by
the- Panama Canal Company for
the regular maintenance interior
pamung m u.o. tj-"
quarters to be performed during
the period extending from July 1
to Dec. 31 of tms yearr tne digs
will be opened the morning of June
14 in the Administration Building
at Balboa HeiBhtS. ; rs u
Previously this worr was done
by short form contracts : as : i the
maintenance ipaintingwaa .requir .required.
ed. .required. tustr.A? ";; j'f 'r
The: work will be divided Into
three schedules with, all quarters
in Margarita and Gatun .tnciuaea
in one: Gamboa, Corozal, Lo Rios
and Diablo Heights in the second;
and Balboa, Balboa Heights, and
Ancon in the .third. V
.During the six-monthS period the
contractor will be notified by the
Company from time to time as to
the naintine work required. This
will include both vacant and oc
cupied quarters, y
Tbe contract can be awarded on
the basis of all schedules to one
contractor or separately to differ
ent contractors and the Company
will reserve the right to accept or
reject any schedule.:
It is expected that a similar con contract
tract contract will be issued for this type
of painting work for the period
extending from Jan. 1, 1958, to
JUne 30, 1958. y

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1 The committee also previously
approved a two-step increase in
thid class advetising matter
rates, amounting to 128' million,
dollars a year when fully effec effective.
tive. effective. ' r
The total bill would produce'
$528,500,000 a year by 1961,

wnen the last ot the second :
.class rate boosts foes into ef-
feet.

- Summerfleld has fought for
the postal increase to cut his de
partment's;. multi-mlllionTdollar -deficit.
He. estimated that the '
bill: would chop the deficit for
the coming fiscal year Jrom an
estimated 651 to 189 million doU
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Husband Das Gupta .
Wants Hosscllinl X
Ousted From India
BOMBAY, India (UP)' Tha

Bombay Chronicle said today ;

the husband of the beautiful In- .
dian: script writer .whose name;'
has. been linked romantically with
Roberto Kossellini's has asked th

government- to expel the Italian
movie iirertnrji v
The newspaper said jHari Da
Gupta accused Rossellini of dis disrupting
rupting disrupting hi- marriage.- r
It was the first story published
in India concerning Rossellini and
27-year-old Sonah -Das Gupta.
The newspaper said Das- Gupta
filedt petition 'With the ventral
government at 'New Delhi asking
tnat Rossellini bo declared an
undesirable alien and ; ordered
to leave India.
Rossellini flew to New Delhi
last mght.T He told reporters he
went to Mew Delhi to seek a pass passport
port passport for Mrs. Das Gupta, who has
been working with him on a ser series
ies series of documentary films.
Rossellini has .termed reports
he planned to divorce Ingrid
Bergman and marry -Mrs. Das
Gutpa "nonsens.".'.Mrs. Das Gup-f
ta. vmolhcr of two children, said ?
the I reports, are ."humbug."
Syria Pulli Troops ; i
Out pi Jordan As
Hussein Rcqueslsd
DAMASCUS, May 24 j(UP)-The
Syrian government-! has ordered t
the withdrawal of her vt r o o p t
from Jordan at the request of King
Hussein, official sources said here
today. -
The King's withdrawal request
was made Thursday in a note to
the Syrian government, the sourc
es said. The note manned &yna
for her "military, assistance" and
said that the circumstances which
necessitated the presence .of Sy
rian troops in. Jordan no-; longer
existed. ,' .'
Syrian -press repdrts, me a n n-while
while n-while said the withdrawal of troops
would be completed today.
The troops believed to numDer
about 3,000-'- were sent to Jordan
last year when an Israeli inva invasion
sion invasion pf Jordan appeared possible.
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