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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1957
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f TAIPEI, Formosa, May 25 (UP) Premier 0, K. YiuV
abinet met in emergency "session today behincj a fiack-
Hrop of rumors it would resign in apoiogy io we umwi
Btates for the anti-American riots which erupterf in 7alpt
yesterday. T t
v .The-United States delivered a strong note ot proies!
the Chinese Nationalist government over the outburst,
h whichat least 12" Americans; were Injured. The ram
paging mobs sacked the U. S.
ican buildings before Nationalist Chinese troops, and police )
warmed through the city to
j Taipei-' was under .'martial
IVu; Taipei "garrison' commander issued an edict making
0 specific, crimes punishtble
ThAiijeanHx of Nationalist troopi
atrolled the jcily on foot and in
ehicles to crush any attempted
am o,.throaV ; MiHlarv. tTUCKS
lammed public squares and soldi-
rj guarded American ; buuuiukb
nd residences, "r r ) r
Th nrirw nt violence was toucn-
A ntt hv 4nn apntiit.ttl.bv U.S.
Lrmy court martial of an Amerl-
an sergeant on cnarges oi buuui-
g a Ahinese1 peepmg wm.
Th- Mlditr. M-frgt, Robrt G.
Rtynolds, f Colcra, Wd., wa
flown out it Formosa witn ni
Iwifo yostorday.vA. mob triad- to
attack th car carrying inm
onfidenf Marilyn ;
W Husband's Side; i
Munj On M:lernily
WASHINGTON. May 25, (UPV-
k plump and happylookmg v ,Ma-
ilya Monroe U "very wiuiueu
her playwright husband t Arthur
Miller wiu wm'4
Kongresa casfc Jtuv sne s nui
njr about anoineiuiumuicu;--.
nicnvori at the liome' of her:
lusband's attorney on we 5i my
i Miller'a drawn out contempt
trial Thursday, the blonde star
loylV declined to comment at
hhia time" on reports or ner
sectant mothernooa. ;
Asked if that meant tha rumors
ir true, the more curvaceous curvaceous-ban
ban curvaceous-ban ever Jtfiss Monroe laughed
md answered,"We feel it is
personal taattep and : l'L rather
lot say anything." ;i
Har tlht fittina skavaloss,;
aeooptck knit drass mad no
altampt t Wd anything inelud
Ing th fact fhat sh had ry
little, .if anything, undmatjh,it.
fha looked plump. rr ,f.
Millar confessed He Tcept, the
povie star away from his trial
localise he considered it "just as
k.pii m kpeD the issue where it
t." Mafilyn said she had ilipped
nto town disguised in a "head
nrf and loose rain coat."f :
the told newsmen are insisted on
loming even u sne could not at at-fend
fend at-fend the trial "becaus a wife'
IDace is with, her husband." :
J The six-day trial ended after
fce surprise appearance oi tor tor-J
J tor-J kmr R-n. Harry P. Cain aa a wit-
irxt for Miller. A decision is not
txpected from Federal Judge
Jharles F. McLaughlin untu next
fcednesaay ai we earuesu
' DAMASCUS, 'Syria'.; Ma: 2S '''. Bad of $500as vt In the case
niPWTh 8yriaB.?oernmnt has .of. Francisco. OrtisV who yesterday
rdered the withdrawar .of ner
toops from Jordan .t th request
if Kin Ulsseui, oii'ciair auuivc
laid here today.
Hussein's request was tnane
tliuraday in a not to the Syrian
t.nimfnL the sources aaid.
Tb note thanked Fyria for herifrora house 2715-A ia Cocoli. The
military assistance" and said thejitemi are. the property of Dee R.
lirsumstances which necssiiatea
nrnsence of Syrian droops ia
lordao no longer existed.
ssvriaa. troops, believed num
Jcr about 3.000. were sent into Jor-
!.. vpir whn ea Isrxcii in-
fasioo Ol joruan ai pemrtru jw
1 Red Scientists
Jeek Secret i
LONDON, May 25 (UP) So So-iet
iet So-iet tci?r.tUts will eooduct 1&ts
reoot Azerbaljaa ia an efiort
a learn what makes resident of
be area live so long, Rad.o M?s M?s-bw
bw M?s-bw is'd today. ;
The broidrast said t- mn is
years old. a voir a i H ami
othrr mas 147, rh.l tere are
ft) persons in tha araa rat oa.
Embassy and, other Amer
disperse them. ; l
law.' Lt. Ceiv Huang Tsen
by death. ;
tha airport, Thtra war reports
that both th dfn counsel
and th proscutor. at th court
martial. also had bn ftawn out
of th country. a .
At least .10.000 'Chinese partici
pated in the noting. They left the.
U.S. embassy, tne u.s. uuormauon
Agency headquarters and oiner a a-merican
merican a-merican buildings in shambles.
They smasaed and .burned Ameri
can automc Diies, anacxea Ameri
cans and stoned U.S. Ambassador
Karl Kankin -'
Rankin flew back hurriedly from
Hnnsknn? vesterdav.' He visited
the wrecked embassy compound
with Chinese Nationalist Foreign
Minister Geprge Yen, A Chinese
hurled a brick at their car.
"The Compound was jittered with
office equipment and ,-. documents
hurled from the windows by the
inflamed mob. Unable to gam en entry
try entry rinto 1 the embassy' tode toon
becaus of the iron dooyt a num number
ber number of notet smashed through a
wall and scattered top secret pa papers,
pers, papers, including the American code
t the winds; v :3 k:-i,fV ':
Automobiles" and trucks In ; the
compound were set, afire. The U U-nited
nited U-nited States flag: war torn down
and -a Nationaust banner ; run up
aa us, -6teaa..,'! ; .. .x.
. Several Americans were trapped
inside the building 'during the at attack
tack attack and took refuge in the air
raid shelter. They were evacuated
safely latere-.--' vx-fA i-y'.:
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' ,Stadily-swlling mobs f riot riot-rs.
rs. riot-rs. moved n th htadquartar
of th U.S. Military advi s o r y
grou and th Unitad States In Information
formation Information Servic bui I d i n g s.
Eignt US IS officials s c
from th building barely 20 min-;
utt bafor it was attacked,
larHd by a tlphon,ll from
.th Ui, 'mbaurp'r;Y:'S'
Chinese Nationalist machine, gun
posts were ef up around the US US-MAG
MAG US-MAG headquarters to protect it a a-gaiust
gaiust a-gaiust he mobs. v -f : 'v
Marly Aihvricans were manhand
led in the streets. Crowds menac
ed Americans in automobiles, -;
During the rioting. Yeh confer
red by telephone with President
Chiuig Kai Shek in southed For Formosa.
mosa. Formosa. A short time later. Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist troops estimated at around
30,000 moved into Taipei and
Mart'al law was imposed.. -
But before the riots were fuel fuelled,
led, fuelled, 'the mob also had vented its
fury on the Taipei police head headquarters.
quarters. headquarters. Rioters" stormed the po police
lice police station demanding the release
of a number of demonstrators who
had been arrested. .
B-II Sel Ai $5C3
Charged Wiih Thsll
was chareed With subsequent of
fense of petit larceny during the
afternoon's session in the Balboa
Magistrate's Court. ; -The
32-year-old Panamanian de
fendant was accused of stealing a
S2 shirt and a $1 pair of trousers
The case was. continued until
next tueaday morning.
y Ortii had been convicted of pe petit
tit petit larceny In 1850 and sentenced
to tnnA ?n davi in. tail
n Peron's Car
CARACAS. May 35 (UP) A
bmb jtdad In rh utmobil
of fmir Pridnt of Argenti Argentina
na Argentina Juat, O. Pa ran today. Prn
was not in th car which was
traveling through the eantar of
the city, apparently rout t
pick him t-
faron'f ehauffaur was not lw
, Paile tmmdiat' an fcv
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DIGfilNG INTO A' HEAPING PLATE of Army chow at Fort -Gullci Is rranic Todd,' pictured
after at tough day of paddling In the rain' from Cristobal to Gatun for the first phase .of
the 'Atlantic-Pacific cayuco race. t Frank, of Explorer Post No.. 16,vrort Kobbe.sls the smallest
member, of Ws.crew but he's pt- a man-pi zed appetite.,, ,. (Tommy Thompson- Photo)
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Gatiin Still leads lr.;FGayucof Contests;
Paddlers Reach Gambba
The Gatun Boat of Post No. 12
again iwon the Second day's run
of the coast-to-coast cayuco race
erossinjr'the'- line ai' Gamboa f-at
11:38. t'!' "iJWr--s ...'
The crewjiad gone 25 mile in
four hours.e 28 minutes, from, the;
official stating time, of J: 1Q from
Second place, winners were the
Balboa crew af Post Ho, 3 at lt:,
followed .by .the third-place Gam-
boa vraft of hip No. 10 at 11:52.'
AAambars f th winning craw
wara Hrman Kprsr David,
Stanley ( Hark Spector and Wic Wic-ky
ky Wic-ky Curmingham. jv. 'J'
At starting ime this morning 19
cayuco crews of explorer -' scouts
shoved off from Gatun locks for
the run to Gamhoa in the second
day of the ?. -annual Atlantic-Pa-
cific boat race- through the CanaL
Gatun -fost No.; 12 boat crossed
the finish line at the Atlantic en entrance
trance entrance to Gatun locks at 4:27 p.m.'
yesterday to win the first "day's
run witb crewmen Keepers," Stan
ley,1 Spector and Cunningham. :
rour minutes later the' second
boat, from Ship No. 10. Gamboa.
padoled past hie finish point witn
Henry Lavender. Don Rogers. Ro
lando Winberg and Austin hmith.
The third boat, of Post No. 3, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, was across at 4:33, manned
by bleve Gorbam, Eddie Dolan.
James Bradley and Frank Town Town-send.
send. Town-send. : -V '."'" :
All. 19 boats bgait jocksytng
inro pUca ar tn Starring un op.
posit -tit Cristobal Yacht Club,
about 3 p.m. V. I. Evrsd, offi-e.-i
u,i nin rr at
14 immadirtaiy spray flashed up
and oown Jnu lino as th crews
traiittcaily oug ul witn tiwir pad pad-dies,
dies, pad-dies, an trid to gt .regular
baat going. ... ; -, '
Cue uxie-Doy 'crew from Curun-
du Wc.djj aiujius io, to mat they
capsized their ll-foot caynco witn-
m tnree strokes. Krnesu Freier-
snaus, irfanuy ttoroweic and Joe
Suarez of Post No. 7 immediately
riguted me craft, baifea rt out and
began to catch up. The only item
tht-y josi was jiesio's snws.
ir,v,irK boat -Had ooys sit
ting two a or east to paddle: an H
m.a 'ouai rroni curunaif i'ok
No. 7 and a nine man boat from
Squadron No., 15, Albrook Air
r orce oase. Vviuiiu la
from the start the 19 boats had
strung oyt lor a Considerable di di-cvancv,
cvancv, di-cvancv, ;;
As they paddled up the channel,
they weie escorted Dy several
cabin cruiser.- CooramaUng the
escort was C G. Breitenbach,
board the U.S. Bonefish, a M foot
boat operated by Clarendon New
oau. 'Jne Bonetish led th way for
the cayucos, and hailed outbound
ships to slow down so that their
wake would not swamp the small
WASHINGTON. Ma 25 tl P)
Atty. Gea. Herbert Brownell Jr.
f-inie trt wiUs a new solution to-
day for-. court cofiErstion. Brow!li
jokingly sucgryled a "suit bark"
or-rr hich lawyers weald be
paid not to bring suits to tnal.
A h e a v v rainstorm drenched
the crews before the race began,
and they paddled through rain al-
-iat.hvntirer trip.,4a .charge 4t
lh Jatun finish; line waa William
it v vu uibivu, wj., ttvm wr
ed the xace off this morning;
" Except for th hard luck craw
from Curundu, th 11th boat was,
in at -Gatun by $.24.' Tho thro
Curundu boys had hard going all,
th way. and Wor finally towad
m by a launch about 5:50 .m.
Meanwhile trucks from the Pa Panama
nama Panama .Canal Co:, hauled the cayu-
os around the Gatun locks and
the boys lined their boats up on
the lake side ready for today.
An Army bus took? them to -Fort
Gulick for a roast beef supper at
the U.S. Army Garrison mess and
a night in a barracks. Men of Fort
Gulick had beds completely mad
A Rainbow' City mother charged
today that a Canal Zone police
man maltreated her 18-year old
son yesterday and also hit her
with his tun in an incident which
attracted a crowd of people at
Rainbo City at about 3:30 p.m.
The case .involves a 16-year-old
schoolboy, Frederick McDonald,
who was boored for disorderly con
duct yesterday in the Cristobal Po Police
lice Police Station and was then releas-
ed in the cestody of his father
pending trial on Monday morning.
His mother, Mrs. -vernona mc
Donald of house 6504 Rainbow Ci
ty.- protesteo today that her son
was attacked by a policeman, Al
exander McGlincey, for cross
ing a lane against the poucemn s
She claimed that she' herself
was pistol-wnipped and that .the
policeman ao kicked her.
Police reported that McGlincey
was ciirecting traffic io Rainbow
City yt sterday afternoon then Mc-
nnnaM ni ratitionM hv the no-
jjceman not to enter tne cress
walk on Randolph Road. McDon
aid baa started across the street
when the. policeman told turn not
to walk there.
o'tReds Say Prcgol
Women Mr Receive
WASRTNGTOX.May 25 (UP
Chines Cotnmurust officials bare
ruled that prepnsr.t women may
apply for abortions st state-oper
ated hospital but not more than
nnr a vejr.
n Hfil'Ji TinI
The Red Chinr
'try's directive on
hmsdesst by the
aod recorded fcera.
I'H'.'V. .Jjl't. ''...., 'iir-.i- r:.'w-f"'-7..:"f'I
up Sod waiting for the explorers
They "had breakfast again this
morning at 5:30 in the mess.--
- Arrangamants toi" the boys""v-
might stay-in Gamboa tonight
have bn mad by Ship No. 10,
' including vmala, F 1 1 w i n g
church soryicos tomorrow morn
ing, the erws will begin th rac
agairr .abaut 1:30 through Gail-
f lara vui, rar miguoi ana mi-
raflorts locks' and down1 tht
channel to th Balboa Y a c h t
' Club. ? "-'
This annual race Is sponsored
by Canal Zon Council No. 801,
B.S.A. Of the 19 boats,1 nin are
actually working lor prizes as on
ly boats with iour crew members
are allowed to compete.. The oth
er crews are ia the race for pure
enjoyment and to win credit for
having made the canal transit.
From what -could be learned.
in Doy- ran away trom .-. the po
liceman and McGlincey tried to
capture hirv A crowd of over 200
people were attracted to the scene,
witnesses reponea loaay.
a spokesman tor' the Rainbow
City Civic Council said today
uiai lucy wen making an mvesu
gation orhe matter.' -. t.
Hildas Proud Parents Watch Her Perform
As Real Life Drama Ebbs With Snow White
MIAMI BEACH, May 25 (UP)
The fairy Ul of "Snow White and
the Seven Dwarf pushed a real
life drama into the background for
Mr j and Mrs. Mel via B. Ellis yes
terday when they watched their
year-old foster daughter r e e 1 1 e
and dance t her "graduation"
party." .- -. '--
PrU shewed brightly throvflh
Hi waarmost on Ho fcos of th
Jewish oote S little Hildy Mc Mc-Cay
Cay Mc-Cay awnorinod in th play that 1
marked hoe promotion t aecend
grade at tKa Laar prhrrto school.
They could share fully their
daughter's big moment. Florida
Gov. Leroy Collins refused Tours-,
osy to extradite the E lines to Mas
sachusetts to far charges of kid kidnaping
naping kidnaping Hildy. For th 43-year-oki
salesman and his wife, th gov gov-r
r gov-r roar's decision cenciuded a lung
legal batu with th child's nat
ural wotr.fr, Romaa Catholic ev-
or Hildr's custody
The K'iiics obtained the child 10
dars after ah was bore oe appli
tntma foiv odantina but Hildr'sf
- 1 mother Uter changed her snidsleep ia a long, keg time," she
jrtioni as!na wanira uie mue gin pin a in
rf -;r radio iOrpbs' sdopuo by a Calh
Miracle Boy Benny
Conies Heme; Asks
To See 'Thai Well'
MANORVILLE, N.Y May 85
fi!PVt Ttennv Hoooer Jr.. 7. came
home from the hospital today and
his first request was to see ; the
well that bad held blip, prisoner
for nearly 24 hpurs.
Acompanied by h' is parents
newsmen, 'ana neienoors. joenny
walked into the backyard of- the
little gray house.. The smile that
has been a trademark: ot me rmir-
acle bov" of Manorville faded.
Only a long-handieor spaae siuck
in, the ground marKeo me spoi
2l-foot deep shaft his father had
dug.. Just a week; ago tne nauon s
attention was focused on the ques
tion of whether Benny was alive or
dead at the bottom of the hole. But
today the treacherous sandy soil
lay smooth. Bulldozers have low
ered the yawning crater dug oy
heroic rescuers who fought cave cave-ins
ins cave-ins to -pull the boy to safety.;
""Guess it,'l,; gone, huh, pop?"
Benny said. 1
His father could only nod. Mrs.
Hoooer stood at a, distance and
covered her face with a handker
The moment was in. marked
contrast to Benny's departure
from the hospital at Mastic Beach.
With bis left arm in a sling. Benny
kissed pis nurses goodbye. Then
came the gins,, ,;
He laughed In glee when given
3-montb-old RhvTin Tin the 5th,
a puppy sired by the famed canine
movie and' television star It was
a gift ; trom the dog's owner.' He
climbed into a, miniature battery battery-powered
powered battery-powered car, wich was another
powered car, wich was 5 another ' V ,,n ThU T mind Ar Ar-gift,
gift, Ar-gift, and drove for the better part hou' :J?!,.up-A"iJSrnt
a- an hn... .rniih th. : 4.c..i
Tubs Of MM
NEW YORK, May (UP)-An
Official motorcade led by the Gov Governors
ernors Governors of. New York and New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey tod.iv started traffic '' through
the 100-millit.n dollar third tube
of the Lincoln Tunnel Beneath the
Hudson- River. v v 5
Gov. Averell Harnmah of New
Yorkr Gov. Robert B. Meyner of
New Jersey, Mayor Robert Wag
ner ot New Yors- ana yveenawsen,
N.J., Mayor Charles Krause Jr.
joined In ceremonies at the New
Jersey end of the new vehicular
traffic i artery,' before riding ben beneath
eath beneath the River to New York. ;
The Tube makes the Lincoln
Tunnel the world's' first triple-tube
underwater tunnel. It parallels 2
older Lincob! Tunnel tubes be between
tween between Manhattan and Weehawken
Last vear a record total of 21.600.
000 fM) vehicles used the tunnel.
The new double-lane roadway wiu
boost the tunnel's traffic capacity
50 per cent. a
It is expected to end weekend
and holiday traffic jams and great
ly expedite the usually Heavy
Memorial Day flow of autos next
week.' .. '. ; ., ,-
Now with only the formality of
adopting Hildy through the Flori Florida
da Florida courts remaining, the Ellises
said they planned a seaside vaca vacation
tion vacation soon "to get away from it
iv ....jr ;-;.,
But first cam Hildy's t radoa- -tion.
Giggling occasionally and
wndauntod by tho flashing of
camera bulb and I I v i s n
lights, Hildy rocitod a class po poem
em poem drat aod In a crinkly crino crinoline
line crinoline print dross, and two petti petticoat.
coat. petticoat. v
She later donned an elfs suit to
danc as a "forest f riead" of
"Snow White". She did not miss
step or a line. Two gardenias
danced in htr long blonde hair.,
Hildy. aKhimgh are knows she is
"chosea daughter, did not know
what all the notoriety was about
but sb enjoyed it to the fullest.
Mrs. Eiii said people kept call calling
ing calling their rented home last .sight
aod her husband was nervous
1 be could not art to sleep.
'V hivrn't hid a rntA rieht'l
j M.js poured
mt th gov-
'arnot ciXice ia TaHahasae by th
PORT AU fRINCE, May 25 (UP) .A group of junior
army officers headed by former Police Chief Col. Pierr
Armand demanded in an ultimatum today that drmy com
mander Gen, Leon Cantave step down from power or face
a military; revolt.: t '.; y 1 '.
Armand told Cantave, who set up a military regime
only four days ago, to leave his fortress headquarters, Les
Casernes Dessaline and he would be given safe conduct.'
If he refused Armand warned, the rebellious army offi officers
cers officers would go in and get him. , :y-
At 930 a.m, air force units flew aver the fortress,
dropping leaflets demanding Cantave's surrender, and
threatening to machinegun the stronghold from the air
if he refused. , ; ,'t ":.; y
The 10-man provisional civilian government which f
Cantave deposed had been in session since' 7:30 ja.mi at
a secret rendezvous. ;
It was apparent that Armand was counting en the
suDoort of oolice. coastguard, the airforce and fireJe
partment in his move to force Cantave's ouster.
rh ultimatum handed to Can-
taye this morning gave him half
Bind grouped a ,'". -----
iiiil tiyup! W e I t
Inside th army headquarters wiKrjUvi ;
rantaua when the ultimatum was
delivered.' It caUed otrsU t h ,s e
wishing to leave tne .uasernea v
get out immediately.. . i.
v Armand,. who resigned as the
capital's police chief earlier this
ui.. hrnnflsx .an luucai v
Cantave to rtep down and! for ar
my officers to raiiy arounu u..
Th stocKy n-rwfns.
cnal said vr Radia Commrc
h Hit th fioor had struck, tor
him to accept the army command
offered Monday by th civilian
- VENTURA,; Calif., May 25 (UP)
As far as Ruth Necessary is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, Roy S. Necessary Jr. ish t
necessary. Mrs. Necessary filed
suit for divorce Thursday, charg charging
ing charging mental cruelty.
HOLLYWOOD, May 25 (UP)
Mrs. Minnie Schwartz escaped
with nothing more than ruffled dig dignity
nity dignity Thursday in a "bicycle" acci accident.
dent. accident. She had to be freed by fire fireman
man fireman after her thieh became wedg
ed between the seat and handle of
a hirvrle reducing machine in a
dozens today. All but three of 151
receiving from more than 10 states
and Hawaii by noon praisea v-
llins fur his ruling.
"I am Catholic and I am
proud and happy vr th deci decision,"
sion," decision," ono road. A Jewish fami family
ly family praised Collins for "usjng the
wisdom of Solomon."
One messige told the governor
his decisioa "wdl put stars in your
Ellis said te and his wife prob
ably will take Hildy to a nearby
hotel on (he seashore when the
blue-eyed child gets out of school
"And we wont tell a soul where
we're going," he added. "We just
want to get away, from It alt and
enkrv Hildy by ourselves for a
lUldy ran up and esabraced him
durng the play s lmr mission.
"lent ah usr th most won wonderful
derful wonderful child in th world? he
"Honey; don't yet yotrr lipstick
on me." said Mrs. Ellis when Hil
dy kissed her. She said the young youngster
ster youngster got her first lipstick for th
play, "out i n axraid l u aava a
hard time seeping her from put putting
ting putting it ea ail the tune aow." ,
It was the efforts by the dviliaa
junta to install Armand as army
chief of slaffj, in, place of Cantav
th at led to rair week's overthrow 1
(f -rf. ( rr!lnri'iW"rnmpnt bv a
V inA tnided by Can- '"
Ir.mediatelv after issuitir -hit
ultimatum, Armand 'took up a po position
sition position in a black army limousine
outside the front door of a r m y
headquarters. He was joined by a
number e other officers from his
group. '' .) 'v;-'"' r
Reliable sources said total, of
60 army officers had resigned ia
protest since Cantave seized pow power
er power from the "civilian junta gov
ernment Tuesday. -
: -. '"vr-.,s' i
Foreign military bsrvrs ;
said Armand's insurgent force
was "impressive" and added it
was wait rmd with machine -guns
and other wapons.
Sources Identified A r m a n d s
principal aides as 41a j. Edwidge
Mercier and u. comdr. Robert
Basile. Basile is commandant of
the Haitian coast guard and Mer
cier is commander of the milita
ry academy. They were among
the junior officers who resigned
their commissions earlier this
week. "' . -..
Armand's broadcast said the
national peril" bad prompted his.
chalenbe to Cantave's acthority.
He said he also wanted to ; im implement
plement implement the will of th ousted ci
Ha rdrd all army offi cars
t master utsid the military
headquarters, near the praaidon praaidon-tial
tial praaidon-tial palac, to rocoivo r d r
from him as now chief f -. the
armed forces. ',' -.,
The broadcast followed four days
of general strike and a night-lone
drum-beatiLg voodoo noise cam
paign designed to tray Cantave s
nerves ana influence him to give
up his tottering military regime.' r
Armanu was eponea u navo
been one ot the officers who re resigned
signed resigned from the army to protest'
the military regime. I
British Blame! -Poor:Quality
GIs For Riots ;
, LONDON, Miy 25 IT) 'k
British newsmen snr tested to-
day that the United States f
caused the Tafpeh riots by
Icemen in Formosa.
'Th Daily Telegraph
nentei in a Waahingto dis dispatch
patch dispatch that there is tome feel feeling
ing feeling 'the aaality f American
persona!, whether military ?
diplomatic, sent te Formosa
might have keen better." .-
ttrttkh 'newspapers banner -lined
the Talpeh story. They
did not say se flatly bat th
emahasU given to the story
aaf seated a feeliag that th
United States has net doe
very well for th vast aid giv given
en given the Chinese Nationalist.
Britain earn ander- heavy
fir from the Vailed State fr
establishing dtpinmatie rein
iieu with Sed China.
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MORE ABOUT RENE MACCOU
Panama's Ambassador to the tJ.S.,Ricardo M. Arias, in a
recent interview lor the National Broadcasting Company, we
nope, nag said the last word on tne canard about Panama na
tlonallzing and seizing the Panama Canal. M ,. r .
"lt Seems to Have Calmed Down Somewhat"
By VICTOR RIESEV
' It Is true hat when Nasser first seized the Suez Canal some
local demagogues made propaganda of Panama doing the same
thing with the Panama Canal, but no one took them seriously.
Then Rene MacColl, -.British journalist, cot Into, the act and
"quoted" President de la Guardia In a slanted Interview In way
that made tt appear that he was planning to take over the Fan
ama Canal under; pressure rdm the' people.
MacColl does not represent the best elements of British
journalism, perhaps, because of his long residence in the Unit United
ed United States where he served his apprenticeship. He started as a
cub reporter on the Baltimore Sun, under the tutelage of a good
friend of mine. i
MacColl's father, a Scotsman, was a big wheel on the staff
of the London Times. rThe fact that his mother was French
probably explains Rene's given name. My friend told me re recently
cently recently that he took young MacColl on the police beat and acted
as interpreter as well as guide. MacColl had a British accent so
trong and a Scotch burr so think that no one suspected that
he was speaking English.-
After the deluge of scandals
what? As this is written. Sen.
John McCleUsn and his counsel,
Bob Kennedy, are setting up shop
in New York for a week. They are
preparing to kick the garbage can
cover off tne mg town rawewi
When they finally do, the previous
hearinas may well sound as
though a series of cookie snatchers
had been on the stand. -'
There will be tha outraged out
cries for touch labor laws. But
there will be more than that.
There will be tha first organized
committee to re-echo the shouts a a-cross
cross a-cross the land. And at the bead of
it will be a familiar name -Fred
Hartley, co-author of the T a f ts
Hartley Law. f ;
- Hartley's group already has met
.Hand even has a suggested com-
mittee name "The American Fair
Labor Law Conference." The
group gathered first for cocktails
t 5:30 p.m. last Monday,1- tyay 13,
in Washington's Hotel Statlen And
then .the 100 w so businessmen,
NAM and Chamber of Commerce
people, and some 24 Congressmen
sat down to dinner,
Now MacColl Is through with the Tjnited States, as he wrote
In a final dispatch to the Daily Express before returning to Lon Lon-don,
don, Lon-don, and he is happy to leave tht "great swarming ant-heap
of a country." Surely millions of Americans will be sorry to have
him go, regardless of his slight dislike for their country.
Here are some of the things he is not completely crazy a a-bout.
bout. a-bout. 'The Jumbo swirl of riches and plenty: the dragon-huge
TJ Mahal-conspicuous motor cars; the unending masses of peo people
ple people dressed up In clothes so fantastic that life at times seems
to be one long rancy-aress narty.
He said he wanted to get "away from a roaring torrent of
Informality, with sweaty T-shirts starting to make their appear appearance
ance appearance in what were formerly smart, restaurants (more and more
Mr. MacColl complained 'about high prices that had '.'long
ago taken off like misguided missiles.' He expressed pleasure
to be leaving, tne iana or ine younn execuuve, tne craw
. gunplay of trigger-happy cops," "millions of tranquilizer pills,"
and "psychiatry run riot." ,
-' Two things almost obsolete In the, United States, the Brit
!sh reDorter said, are "(rood cooking and knowledgeable service'
to restaurants. "How nice," he told bis readers, "to escaoe from
a land where the children are increasingly Insupportable, ill-
mannered 'and art menacingly taking everything over from the
wilting and submissive adults."
Mr MacColl want on In like vein for a column and a half.
I wonder hpw former expatriate MaqCoU will lit into i the
nlcture in the lWnd thfct AnBerfous fpt understate
ments. He certainly1 does not awetn-tp; have understated any
thing about the United sates. uttf,:f Yfr&Z
Not much attention was paid to MacColTs swan aong by the
TJJ5. Press, but James (8cotty) Reston of the New York Times
did raise a question about the lack oi gooa cooung in tne res restaurants.
taurants. restaurants. In effect. Scotty wrote in the-Times (New York)
that MacColl had -a nerve on his deDarture for the "land of boll
ed cabbage and auet pudding" to ake crack at cooking In the
United States. -v. x. Kv .. ;,i .;,
Peoola who do not read the Spanish press are probably not
aware of the attitude of some of the leading Panamanian writ-j
ers in opposition to the MacColl. canard and in support or ran
ama'i tmsltlon as reaffirmed by Ambassador Arias. Here are a
few excerpts: 'r1:'-' ''
Other groups met later In tha
week ana in tha Hotel Mayflower-but
tne HartidV unit's was the
moat important parlay. Its abec
five was clear. Moat of those
present at tha private banquet
wanted a driva now, while the
scandals ara steaming, but the
urr against corrupt unions.; ine
dinars want a national law which
would crack the strength of vir
- tually all unions by outlawing
the union thep and the does
"North Americans, as our President has said, should realize
that our friendship Is unbreakable and has been demonstrated
lnnumerabies times." J. M. Faunaes in La Hora
"Perfidious Albion" has betrayed himself In this attempt to
"poison public opinion against Panama." Joaquin Belefto hi La
"A Canal for Panama, certainly, managed by Panama exclu'
atvelv-tnaeniflcent. stuoendous If such a fantasy were pos
sible. But a Canal super-supervised, or Internationalized, and
In the hands of absolutely all the nations of this planet this
never, for no reason, under no circumstances. wuan qei utmo
to El Pals, . . . '
"The ideas put in the mouth of our President try the British
iournallst were completely repudiated by the entire citizenry ."
Sayardo In.El pdbv i u t -.,
t. . :
"Panama's views In respect to the lnteroeeanle Canal are
known to the entire world, they offer no peril to the Canal, or
to the United States, nor to anyone. .They are not Inspired by
absurd fanaticism, nor by extreme nationalism, nor by -Soviet
Influence, nor by uncontrolled passions, nor by Yankee-phobia
explosions, nor by dreams or Utopia, nor by Egyptian examples.
nor bv niehtmares or madness... relations between Panama and
the United States in recent years have expressed the policy of
Escobar to El Pals.- t
. Credo Calboua.
Thia would' hit hint at lahnr
power, for it could cut down its
membership and cut deep into bis
unanees. outlawing tne union
shop would mean that no contract
could be signed which said i that
a man had to Join the union
keep his job; And no contract
couid be signed which called on
the employer to take union' dues
out of tne pay-envelopes and dis
paten the money to the union
This would mean that millions
of members might not take? the
i i .
uuuuie 10 no uown.io union, neaa neaa-quarters
quarters neaa-quarters to pay their average four
dollars month for dues stamps.
jflus millions wouia drop away,
rnis couw oe a tough' law indeed,
Among those at the private din
ner were Senators Ooldwater. Cur
tis, Schoeppel, Hruska and, most
surprising oi an, senator ( Frank
Lausche, new solon from Ohio.
rew naa expected turn. No one
thought he would speak,
But he did. He asked for the
uoor. This had the surprise ele
ment of a whiskey salesman at
Women!- Christiaa .? Temneranee
jjoio j poaiumv;or tauscne is
ow Aaect ttosev silent, ? mifldli
of-tbavroad Senators' who 1 seldom
take the floor or the lead. They
listen.. They are the men- both
sides talk to when, the' jousteri
want votes. w .-.. r
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-Lausche spoke for lust JO ar
15 minutes. Ha announced that he
was against punitive laws whieh
weuM hit all labor and that
he would fight them. But he
aid there was no doubt that
the unions new had great pew.
er. end influence. r
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The Bentleman frAm nkk i.
red the time had come -to tske a
lecona jooK at uus power and see
how- the community Is affected.
tie said he didn't want in k
labor,-but neither did he want to
aee it nave any special privileges.
' Ha said tha tn Am an i.
for a re-evaluation of labnr'r im.
munilyi from criticism,-from tax
es, irom law and order, and ithe
moral coaea riudine Mhmrm in
the handling of what," In effect,
are public funds? for these' come
from the dues of millions' of mem members,
bers, members, :: .. ; ;
f eiore ibis STouD .broVe nn w
w.s cvKiaw mat termer Gov.
Lausche had had Impact. Th e y
ure now just what tney
eavejtaajt "t f .,':.
a weu at ue othrt t r a m tk.
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THI BROADWAY CROWD
Ginger Rogers' closest friends
report that the divorce action
tne toughest role she ever Dlaved
That she "knew" it wouldn't jeU
when they married and that she
may never wed again... .'G w e
Verdon, who -won sugary : notices
as star of "New Girl In Town.
flunked the initial audition. They
wanted Khoilev winters. . .Some
first-nishters wondered about the
persistent items a year ago that
Miss Verdon and choreographer
Robert- Fosse "would marry. k .The
swank Colony and El Morocco set
ara appalled over the Linda Chris
tian publicity hoopla. They sav the
Marquis Be' Portage's .wealthy .wealthy-mother
mother .wealthy-mother will be on the youna wi
dows team She did all she could
to keep their marriage from crash crashing,'.
ing,'. crashing,'. .Time mag confirms on trio
that Lady Iris Mountbatten be
came a secret bride recently. They
describe him as a well-to-do bro
ker. Perhaps be is. Years ago,
however, he played guitar In Ben
ny Goodman's bsnd and not long
ago was oa the staff at Th u c k y
nerres. i :: jjr -:,
Memo to tha Iditart Only half
the story of the soy esse (broken
by. the FPU has been .disclosed
with the Pleas of cuiltv bv tha So.
bles and Albam. .The two prin-
ciapi cuipms are at large. .one
l& a 'Woman. .She was once head
of a secret army installation at
Salzburg. .She fled' to Franee
with her husband. ..Beth, are
high on the G-Men's wanted list;
They ive the Russians detail
ed information on the atom bomb
and stock piles.. The intials of one;
There will be a mldnieht Wed
ding at'- the 1st 'Presbyterian
Church .tomorrow night. Nancy
Devlin, who plays a 12-year-old in
"Motei raraaiso. wui wed tv ac
tor Chris-Bonn. The cast will be
the witnesses. No honeymoon. The
groom has TV bookings in Chic a
go. .BuUd Schulbera reportedly
rejected Kicitey Kooney for the
lead in tiie film- version of "What
Makes Sammy Run?', He. has fi fi-nal
nal fi-nal 'say on whe is cast. . James
Kleenex'' prexy Klmberlyj whe
was doom 04 tor sen. McCarthy's
Senate seat, told, well meaning
boosters he knows nothing about
polities- .to drop the subject. .Sor .Sorry
ry .Sorry to see the Sid Caesar program
. .ZJ. H,UOB" uw now; or launch. go. .Janet Blair has million
-MPSopagYid' c P 1 n Drstldollars in movie, teevee and sUge
wwujb not, oi course, ig-
ore the racket probe; or try to
u uauonu constitution:
or simply amend the Taft-Hartley
Of one thing Fred Harley was
eertein. 44a wanted e swift rail,
log committee. He wanted unity
ef action against the wniona. Ho
helpod select the unnamed, still
anonymous control cemmittBe
This was the hMrfnnin li.
" w a civu war
wmcn wui toon iiart along the la
dastnal front. :
S l Tfta I
contracts .waiting for her, signs-
Page M ef Photoplay shows ev
ery pretty frecklo an Deris Dey's
face. Mere aye-fractive than the
familiar glamour ehets.Ye nsv-
ar Knew Who's Out Frenti Vera
Miles' big break was a bit ht a TV
rams. Alt Hitchcock tiapgened
te be leaking. Heat Step: Stardua-
lawn. ."On PergettaN Street" la
ef the better new ballads.
Sewne's like music .Variety's fri
volous deecrietian ef Silly O r e
ham In The Slg Cktyi "Big Prey
vs. Big Sin". .Sponsor- Megesine
reveals that the a vera go cost of e
one how variety pregrem is Stl
OOe. Next eeeon the aem will be
closer te IlM,00e. .Never in TV
history have sponsors, networks
and egenciee been so cewtiewe a a-beut
beut a-beut cloeing deals. Doeihj is the
onh producing atwdie te aell ei ei-mect
mect ei-mect a N e Irs shews. .Sinatra's
Howes office has thia In the
wail: "Nobody Knows The Troubles
I've Seen. And. Believe Me, Nobo
dy Cere." .i.,s.. , ,,..,!
One el the' boot kept "movie se
crets is The Earth Is Bora." pro
duced by Transfilm Technicolor.
.Based oa Lue s series. Jt took
3t years te make. It runs only. 27
minutes. Broadway ins rt in the
Fall. .Scientists front all ever the
world approved every -foot of it
for accuracy. Tbey herald it "as
the most significant contribution.
to the explanation of the mystery
rt the Earth's creation. .The nar-1
ration will be dubbed In every lan language.
Actres Mary Welch's recollec recollections
tions recollections of Eugene O'Neill (in Thea Theatre
tre Theatre An.) is readable. A penetrat penetrating
ing penetrating insight into an unusual man. ..
. .Newsweek reoorts.that-Rox Rua.
sell is Broadway's highest paid
star, Mebbeso. "But Ethel' Mer Merman's
man's Merman's loot probably matches it:
Broadway veterans were sur.
prised to read that Ed Wynn .needs
me money ne earns on TV- He
once made S980.000, m one vear.
..osacxers or aroadway. Producer
ueoree Aouctt stress ri enifv.
uigniiy, oigmiy. .j&veryDoay (in-
ciuainx niB stars) caus-nim. Mr
ADDOtt. '. .--T-.t -,
Rthel Barrymore if probably the
only actren who doesnt keep
BcrapDooK. arte contends: '1 -re
member only what I want te ra.
member; Why cluttef up the house
witn e let ef dee history
The fantastic success af "My Fair
Lady" ue'd the salary af JuiU An.
drews-$2S0 te $1,250 r.J : l.Rox
Marriion gate $5000, k .Wendy Hit-
lor, wne has a or of role in "Some.
thing ef Value;"; makes it '.. stand
amis uiltla ateP.liLA e,ptlll.uei.
wwp wwprse wmw -wttm ay 11110111.0 e
jacic weoe (Mr. Dreanetl. com.
elainec' to. an Interviewer, that he
is net a millionaire despite his
huge Income. "I got 5 million del.
lars tor sailing the 'Draanet'
rles," he seld. "but I wound- un
with enly U,WT. . ..Samoona'a
got hi. arithmetic wrong. That
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J l f s V sf
. J "JUG HANDLE";
I t LEFT TURNS-
if J; -- st
was a capital-gains set-up and you
wind up with considerably mere
then that. .The fading see son's
most auccassful playwrights turn turned
ed turned out to be Eugene O'Neill and
George, Bernard Shaw, . Helen
Haves' wisilom: "Newer liulae a
triend By one moment; ef misun-1
aerstanding," , .: .v,.fSi-.
,'.;.! ,... -.. vMis ;
Jury Holiday gets her big Kicks
learnmg to play the bongo drums
with Vat Anthony's Trio at The
Living oouJi- .Tbe litree set has
filpt ever novelist James Jones',
bride,, the former gloria MosDlino,'!
who was waniyn s siana-in. At m-
tellcctual parties' her. minji;ry of
uiourire ygiops me snow. .June
"JOG HANDLE- separate
oS-the-blghway lane for left left-turn,
turn, left-turn, movements at mtersections
has been e mainstay in Its
highway safety program, ac according
cording according te the New Jersey State
Highway: Department News News-ehart
ehart News-ehart shows how motorist is
led around te signal light via
the "Jug handle," rather then
having te turn m the face of,
anaie highway tramc.
Lounge last season, has been sign
ed Jy, Mercury Records. A disco discovery
very discovery of' Danny Stradella; landlord
or tne-iameo uannys 'Hideaway,
She is currently at The Eleeante
L' .Entertainers you Varely" 'read a-
Gospel Sinters. They -sold 4 m 1 1-
lion records in 4 years. The I to
uiatr ut nanu-ciappiag aepx.
. Being a disc jockey isn't as ea
sy as you' think. The average 'dee-
jar how must wade thru nearly
B,uuo new .'-singles" a year plus
iuuv urt. ..tjDs star dux tieonaro,
wno was recently divorced and re re-wed,
wed, re-wed, was Father of the Year" in
1 -p. .Mi, awiiiwr VI VUtll-
pulsion," eomplalns that the oreas
ignores nis lawsuit against tne hit
play, "Diary of Anne Frank." He
says that despite the producer's
unuvh ... vatiisvcia iw a wuu WW
ery round tu date. The esse will
go to Inai. .. .Gloria Knsty, a doll
tqe r x o'lies," is nan owner of
turivinc resort ur Minnesota. .
Previewer who enjoyed Audrey
Hepbiira's next movie. ("Love, in
the Afternoon") wonder, how the
Censors okayed "ajl.the risgaiety"
, ean-Anouun. author of Walts
t. the Toreadors." will try to
shock 'you-;?ita his next ; play,
nestles Heart. The heroine gets
uvea in an aaair at tne age of
. ",Tbat wis JuUet's ace. 1
Lowell Thomas atad Dipiitri Tiora-
are at oyster Bay completing
score ana narration for the
Cinerama." The title will
be: "Search Fo- Paradise", .The
3 snows that folded last week play play-ed
ed play-ed "the devu with' angels. They lost
$140,000. .Yea can tell Tatu nev never
er never dine at the Automat.. On the
Steve Allen show she put a nickel
in the tW and got coffee. Not any
more lady. .Irony of the 'U.-v S.
Govt not permitting new theatres
for Lincoln Square. Manhattan. It
pays for doiens of newly bailt
playhouses hi West Germany,
WASHINGTON U VS. diplomats
won't talk about it pubUcly. but
they fear snubs from Washington
have plunged Canadian American
relations to an all-time low.'
. The release of derogatory In Information
formation Information that climaxed in the
suicide of Canada's Ambassador
to Egypt waeniy the leaf In a
series of Incidents.
I Long before this, Secretary of
State JJuiless was irritating the C-
naaians. He called home tbe A-
mencan. cultural attache from Ot
tawa and abolished the post in or
der to save a meaaer SSOOO-oer-
year salary. .. j
- iooay the United States has no
uuormanon service In Canada nt
any Kind. A low rank nr clnrlr in
the Ottawa Embassy- is in charge
ui v .m,. iiuuiic reiauons tor tne en entire
tire entire nation, t
1 Tun II C :
Dulles,: are so busv flvintr to far
away places that thv
the $100, plane fare to- pay a good-
w ucisuuurmg v.anaaa.
, Result is that Canadian newspa newspapers
pers newspapers now -bristle with criticism of
the'TJnited States." Some Canadian
politicians ire. campaigning for e e-lection
lection e-lection on a platform of seeing who
. V. ..r narsilen accuaaUons
! Parliament' iust voted' tann nruv
000- to set up the Canada Council,
astensiblyrto encouraM rniiH.n
arts, letters, and sciences" but ac
luauio comoat U.S. Influence in
Canada. Simultaneously, the Royal
Commission on the Canadian Eco-
ramy recommended a rraiVrlnwn
on U.S. investors in Canada.' 5 -j
i While our diplomats kowtow
Middle' East potentates, the State
Pepartment has completely Ignor Ignored
ed Ignored good relations with next door
Canada, Yet Americans have more
money invested in Canada than
any other country in the world. j
1 Canada is our best customer for
manufactured goods. :
The United States also "depends
on Canada for most of its nickel.
newapnni, uranium,- ana 0 tB
su-aiegic minerals, -I'j-.'-'.V"'
,t Our main -radar waritlna line:
built at a cost of billions, is strung
normern anaaa. The Ca.
naoian north ia our front line a.
gainst. the Soviet Union if Rut,
sian eombort oyer attack, this
eounrrv, i ":--i;.v?;5'.;---,t;-
. xti desmte CankdaV etrtai
position, us, economic importance,
an ft exemplary friendship for
us the. State. Department pay less
attention, to -'cultivating Canadian
iBianons man; we. do to almost a
v- Z. """cepwm ia JWew
York S Mayor Robert Warn hn
on biji own? without the slightest
suggestion from the State Depart-
tive support, will force e Senate
vote en civil rights, but probably
net until next year, (
Senate Democratic leader Lyn. i
uu tfuituauu uaa aireaay suieest suieest-ed
ed suieest-ed privately that the Senate will
mvm vuM,wi fca.-. uy. -civu- riicnta
NOTE Knowland mav ha .i.1.l
tog decks to challenge Gov. "Goo-1
dy" Knuht for the Aw.M.i.i.
of California next year., .-KnieS I
helped to block a right-to-work biU I
m the California Legislature.
iriny officers at Fort Mva-"tr.
where most of the Pentagon Wh I
brass reside, will be able to "keep I
e5wr,urmg not Congression- 1
. inuusi uver economy,
There's already An Wm .ai
ming pool for officer personnel at if'
"'S wuiiary dost across tha Pa.
toinac from Washington, But an. I
other elegant bool.
side ) it, for-ihe restricted use of
offlcersl families. Enlisted men f
and their families have a pool of I
ovm elsewhere on the post. -Thir
wiU make three-swimming j
.hiiT wuue civilian
culdren- of surrounding Arlington
County,do not have' even onepub onepub-uc
uc onepub-uc place for a summer,, dip.
t to addition, a,;"terrace oorcb
tttg a15!;000.' is ein buUt ott
SJe'frV u the. Pattea,. HaU m
ml. be enjoyed by nonbath.
Perry, who tfirushed in' the Copal ment, is heading north on a aood
iMmom loaf aaaann ho. K..m aian.ilwlH trin r
; RlW-TO-WORIC tilt)
Hefty Senate Republican- leader
BUI, Knowland has suddenly thrown
hi rather considerable weight be-
muuu. s acenes 10 cut the tight-to-work
amendment away i r e m
the beleaguered civil righU buX
ineicautorniant has passed. In
wom 10 wr members of the Sen Sen-ate
ate Sen-ate Judiciary CommittM in vai.
wu oivM gnis out without en
cumbermg amendments. f ;
1 He SDecificallv nhiaata tui
liKiii, lu-wurs amannman ki.k
-kl.J i.u -V
".j.iiiico nuor considers union
wiauiuun, ana wmcn waa
introduced bvSm M..u.n.i
Jan. Arkansas Democrat, head of
-a ikuu pruoe. 'v, .- i v., v.,-Some
Some v.,-Some Republican committee
members: like Indiana'. C. tun
Jenner and Maryland's Sen. John
Butler.; favor-rleht n ..,rir 1.
wait wr a ia Dor mil
VHMMB. Mill. ,t : ,, ...
His Strategy he exnlainaH .'1.
to get the committee to vote out
the best, possible civil rights bill,
because Southern filibuster tactics
will make it (difficult in inai
the Senate floor, i' ) ': .. u-
. insiders believe Knewland's ae-
-At the President's meeting witn
GOP congressional la.t v.
peered irked by press reports that
fightT for h budget ;v "7:
, 1 have no desire -to let In't
brawl with the CongeVrai
4 Eisennower AmA -tt,.
atomic anaririr f j..rrr"
foreign, military, iaod economii
Aid. etc. kiati -noon n.it
reducible minimum below which
we cannot an uinhn,, ..
with our securityir r
.House laaiia-' Tn. Hf ..l i 1'
sachusetts predicted that tha vr-..
loenfa budgetary requests would
face no "serious, nrAhiam a.-.
mere will be some.'defeetioni
m our own- party,, out 'tne great
majonty of House Republicanr will
IS? support you" said Martm.
oiieineiess, Mr. President, i you
ave to t-f-ht hard to overeoma"
opusihon in Congress.' .j
,. -a --t.: '...- c-x"f;"-4 f'f',yvV-'
"I'U do everything I can'r're can'r're-sponaed
sponaed can'r're-sponaed Eisenhower, "hut t 1.
bot assume ue responsibility, ior
any dancers to the mtinn.i
ty that Jesuit from joinaroy eco eco-nomy.
nomy. eco-nomy. ,,. ...., :.,.."
"I intend to make ft plain to the
American people that if. Congress
chooses to gamble with oiuv ue ue-tense
tense ue-tense by reckieaa .ennnmv fh.. r''
r- 7 1,
Congress must take the xesponsi.
Ezra Taft Benson delivered 144
speeches during his' first' 4 years
in office Almost half a million co copies
pies copies of his speeches have been dis
tributed by the Agriculture De Department
partment Department m an effort to sell Ban Ban-son's
son's Ban-son's poheiej td the farmer 1..CAA
chief Jark Pyle bas ordered a
crackdown on private planes. He
has told subordinates there have
been altogether too many private
plane accidents." He wants safety S
measures strictly emorceu. -;..
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MARJ0R1E MAIfl ;
tm Oirhw COIO
. nun tin mni-'r rrm -1 r
TONIGHT tixuA nmisTiAM.
' wnvirOT CARLOS THOMPSON hi
SHowf ."THUNDER. STORM"
In Lovers' Lane
f I il .) 'I vi f (I
PARAMUS, N.J., May 25 iUP) iUP)-The
The iUP)-The almost naked body of a 1S-year-old
school girl, garroted with
her own white plastic belt, ;w a s
found i a, glen Just ofT a lonely,
lovers' ,lane Thursday. : 3m . ;
The girl,tJEtuth Zitler, appareht-i
ly the victim of a sex attack, was
discovered by two small boys
near the Saddle River 'golf
course., wi. v?V..':,'i:..i'':A"v-'.-;?.
; The body,'- stripped JErom the
waist down, her blouse and bras brassiere
siere brassiere torn,: was lying in a re.cess
about 200 feet off the roadway, y
t It waa the second Sex murder
of a 15-yaar-old girl in th area
in recent month and spurred po police
lice police in their search for another
imiasin g girl, ; Shirley; Ann Pepe,; J
1, er nearoy Lincoln artt. :t
- Police said the murder nf Mls:
Zeitler was similar in some .re
spects to .the slaying' last March
of Victoria Zielinskij .'also 15l v ; ; i
j, Edgar Smith, 23, an x-Marine,'
now ia on trial in Hackensack for
tne Rovers'; lane murder of Mis
jtieunsKi. , j j
. Police said Mis : Zeitler 1 appar1 appar1-ently
ently appar1-ently entered a -car- with "some.'
one she knew and trusted." 1 An
autopsy of the IIS pound girl dis-i
closed that she had been' dead for
"several days" but further tests
will have to be made to determine
definitely it she was; raped, t
;V'A. belt, was tight around herJ
neck in a granny knot.' Countv-I
meajcai examiner Raphael GUar GUar-dy
dy GUar-dy said.- ','Also, a soft-, wad of tis tissue
sue tissue about the side of a baseball
was stuffed, into her mouth.. They
were the causes of strangulation.'
t v l" f t 1 1
of the JSO JVVB Armed Forces
Service, Center, will be presented
next Tuesday at 8 n.m.. and will
feature Guatemala. The program
is arranged with, the cooperation
of the Diablo. Camera Club, f
Two excellent ohotocranhen and
speakers, Ceril Vokrodt
and Charles Brandl, will provide
the iommentary and Illustrate
with' outstanding ilida th hin.
ties of this Central Amerlian rouh-
The oroeri'm rlnolv fnilnwt lia
lines Of the hi wiwlrlv Ifnnm.Vnhr.
Neighbor series presented by the
usu-jwb, me major phrpose Is to
acanaint imraWi nf tha
forces and treir ripnnHnt ani
the general publil of the Canal
me ana Manama, with sighU to
see, things to do, and information
gathered before visitini? th
' .Aim '.
A SDecist Invitatlnn la 'a.V.J.j
I to. members of the armed forces
.meu- aepenoents and to the
Wnenjl jmblic f ,the Canal Zona
ou Manama w attendthe pro-
liiilead Of Leaving
James M. Embree, 67, shot his 87-
je-r-wa wue 10 Aeata in her bed
early, yesterday after lying awake
for more than .an hour debating
nucuicr mi anooi ner Or It I T
her? police reported, .....-
r oi 1 e e b suburbsn Colleg
iuim. jBuea cmoree on a charge
of suspicion of murder. Officers
SaiQ tne COUDl htti hun
ried for 40 years. y
Mrs. Embree wss shot twice
with a 22. caliber rifle. Capt-1 C.
Bj Wheeler uiH Fmhru a
him he lay awake for a long pe period
riod period trvlnff ttt dawiHa vhahi.
leave his Wife or shoot her.
.The officer- said7 Embtee' told
him he got his single-shot 'rifle,
shot his wife' in tha hrf rlni.
ed, and shot her -a gain. Then he
went to a neighbor's home and
asked her to call police, '4
'. ' ..'
House Group Cuts"
Funds For Clinic ;
At NC Marine Base
WASHINGTON, Msy 25 (UP)
The House Armed Service Com Committee
mittee Committee today cut 8891,000 for a
Marine Corps fequest for authori.
ty at Camp Lejeune, N.C.
The sum represented the tost
of a new building in- which the
Msrines planned to house a con consolidated
solidated consolidated dental clinic. Chairmaa
Cart Vinson (D Ga.) advocated
that it be removed from the bilL
The amendment left the Marines
with authority to spend 4,2S,000
tor a construction at Lejeune.
Curundu Church Group Plans
Bihle: Classes For All Ages
r'Th Vacation Bihl Rrhool of the
Curundu Protestant Church will
be held June 10 to 21 m the eve evening,
ning, evening, Monday through Friday from
8 to 8 p.m.-; ; fj ,4.-
Ages for the school will begin
at 4 years. One of the added feat
ures of an evening Bible. School
will be a class for adults, which will
Word" which will be taught by
Mrs.- Lester Soerheide and .t H e
pastor,,Milton K. Iidig i ca
The theme 'will be "Journeying
With Christ." On Saturday, June
8 at 9 a.m. a parade will be con
ducted by the church. Philip Steers
and lioy Bates. Jr. are in charee
of the plans..
Those In charge, of the deDart-
ments this year are: Nursery de
partment (age 4), Mrs. ,:i W.4E.-'
woodcock: beginner department
(age; 5 and First Grade),,? Mrs.
Philip Steers; primary department
(Grades 2,3. and 4. Mrs. Orin C.
Barling, Jr.; Junior department
(Grade 5 and 6) Mrs. John Goueh:
Intermediate department (Grade
7 ana 8), Miss Mmme Hennen;
high school and adult department.
Mrs, Lester Soerheide.
Teachers In each of the depart
ments, are: Nursery: Mrs. W. E.
Woodcock and Mrs. William Craw Crawford;
ford; Crawford; Beginner; Mrs Philip Steers,
Mrs. vu-gii jk, worsham, Mrs. Loy
E. Bates, Jr.. and Mf. Vlrcil R.
Worshain; Primary:- Mrs.. O r I n
Darling, Mrs. Elzie Talbott. Mrs.
Herman Braun Mrs., P. M. James-
on, -jars. Milton' Leidig; Junior:,
Mr. and Mrs. John Goueh.' Mrs.
Kenneth Kerr, and Mrs. Ben Keitz-
manr IntermedatE: Mist Minnie
Hennen, Mrs. J. H. Redding, Miss
Mary Lou Jordon.- Mr. Lov : E.,
Bates; High' Scroor and Adults
Mrs. Lester Soerheide, and Rev.
Milton K. Leidig.
' Refreshment committee will be
under the supervision of Mrs.. Wil William
liam William Scandritt, Mrs, Otis Baron,
and Mrs. Jean stiles.
The offering brought bv the du-
pils this year will be given to the
Christian Doctor's Fund here in
the Zone. The money is used to
buy medical supplies for those
Christian doctors going out on mis missionary
sionary missionary trips with evangelical mis
The closing program for the Bi
ble School will be held on Sunday,
June 23, at 7 p.m. in the church.
Every department will share in the
Srogram under the direction ; of
Irs. Lester SOERHE. Display of
clAsswork and hand crafts will be
seen in the Suday School annex.
. Other announcements 0 f t h e
Curundu Protestant Church for
this week will be found in their ad
U. 5 Living, Costs
Pay Shows Decline
: WASHINGTON, Msy 25 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The cost of living rose to another
record high in April while the av average
erage average factory worker's take home
pay declined for the second month
in a row, tre government report reported
ed reported today, :
The Labor Department's Bureau
of Labor) Statistics said its con consumer
sumer consumer price index climbed three
tenths of 1 per cent in the month
ended April 15, It was the eighth
straight month in which it has hit
a new high,-'...;'',',, 1
As a result, the index now
stands at 119.3 per Cent of vtr e
pre Korean base period 194749
and 3.8 per cent higher than a
year ago. BLS Commissioner E E-wan
wan E-wan Clague said chances were
that the price index would set, an
other hew record in May. -.-.$
The, April rise- means an auto automatic
matic automatic J-eent hourly, : wage in in-crease
crease in-crease for 1,400)00 atuemotlvev
arm equipment end electrical
. workers whose wag -'" contracts'
ere tied te the cost of living. '"
.The increases will 4e paid June
1. At the same time, the nation's
auto workers are scheduled to re
ceived a raise of at least 6 cents
an hour to reflect annual, improve improvements
ments improvements in productivity, :
' The BLS said higher prfce tags
on meat fresh fruits and vegeta
bles were mainly responsible for
last month's rise in consumer
prices. Most other groups of goods
attd services also registered in increases
creases increases although clothing wa an
exception. ' ; ;v',::; ,, ;
The bureau said the decline in
factory worker's Jake ,- home pay
(what is left after taxes) was due
to a seasonal shortening of the
work week plus the. increase in
living costs.. The March and April
declines reversed a 30 month
1 The April take-home pay of the
average worker with three depend
ents was $74.49 a week, down 33
cents frorrt March. This meant the
worker's purchasing power was a
bout 1 per cent below both
March and April, 1958.
W'tAiP th ttflwihhn ifoa need
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH?
!i 1 BALBOA HEIGHTS, C. Z.t ' 'I.
9 :30 a.m. 'SUNDAY SCHOOC (Classes for all ages)
, Bible centered study material,, spacious class classroom
room classroom tables, and sufficient teachers for small,
classes these are a must for a good Sunday
school. These facilities are at your service In
, this' achooL w-'- s
10:40 a.ra-"A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN
'. CHRISTIAN HOME SUNDAY -A
message designed to place Christ In His proper ;
' place In your Family We.
6:30 p.ra. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
; 'A trained Christian la far more valuable to God
" than an untrained one oln us In Christian
' V training. A department for; every -age.
7:30 plmTHE MEN who lived BEFORE ADAM"-
-v 1 '' BAPTISM SERVICE
' RADIO OUTLET HOX0 7W Kci. a
, i .William H. Beeby, Pastor -;v
.EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED
, ; The Caribbean
Army & Air Force
Offers invitation U bid'
the following concessions:
j SHOE REPAIR SHOP
WATCH REPAIR SHOP
, bteresW fwtiee abeali
eaU U persM at the
. OFF1C E
Bldg. Nr. 154 Ft. CUrto
THE SAVINGS BANK
.... institution Guaranteed by the State.
' Pays 2 Interest Annaady on Savin ?s Accounts
' I N if I AL DEPOSli $5.00 v
Wa make loans with guarantees en first mortgages
V 5' 1 .0. or' othar .acurlt!a. "'7 .. ...
deposits are acceptecl.thru a period
. of 48 weeks v:
'" Individual saftty deposit boxes, for jwery,and
" documents, in 4 different sizes. '.
,; 1 ? -
OFFICE IN PANAMA ; ' COLON BRANCH: f,
I Central Ave, at frsmt 8t at eeraer
ceraer ef "T" Street ik af It it
Q. A. De R0UX, V CARLOS MOUYNES
Manarer '- Saa-caaaaaer v
:: -. hours 1 4 v -.
. -- ,-
fm 8:M aJ. te 12:31
" SATTBJ3ATS: freas i.M aja. te U:H
, You areJrivited to trie Dedicatory; Services
;, ... ior me new , ,v
.''' Jh V'
(on, Rosseau Street across from Diablo School)
, ,k -SUNDAY MAY 26 3 P.M.
, 2:45 P.MORCAN CONCERT Robert Beukema
', 7 HOXO 'Staff Artist
, RT. ZYLSTRA Song Leader v
' REV,1 LELAND B. EDWARDS Speaker.
' V' REV. CARL V. THOMPSON Minister, officiating 1 j
f SERVICES ALSO AT: Y - ; t
, ..... ... .., .. .. .......... f
,10 a.m. Sunday School Classes all ages 7
11 a.m. Morning Worship Hour Rev. Thompson, preaching' y i
ii f :7s30' P.M.Evangelistic Rev. Vinton Johnson,, Missionary to 7
,s-( "' '. ( Darien Indians, Guest Minister v. ;
, To Customers in the La Exposition, Bella Vista, Campo
Aleere and San Francisco sections:
"" ' . . .'. ... .
; i.i jv ifff. ''' .'!'.: i
We are sorry that you were inconvenienced for a short time
yesterday Morning, ,May 24th, when the electricity went off at
9:14 a.m. and was not completely restored until 10: 50 ajtn. In Individual
dividual Individual cystojtner interruption lasted from 7 minutes to one
hour and 36 minutes.
The cause of the electric interruption was the failure of a
(big cable terminal in the Bella Vista section. Failure such as
this are uncommon and we hope that this will not happen again.;
II d w JtVnl oy t ho wo r I d's Most ReffresHing Drfnk!
7. ; -.'-. ..... j....,
fi 'mama- iV)iiiwai anL; -,,'4i.--M';4i-v a i-f-itfr-:ifi 'tit-'ifi -f;-1 ''' v
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7 :-V:P ';H:ri---: i,..
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A CANADA DRY A -i i I
7?- 0ninac 7
;..th3 senssiisn of London; New York end Havcrf
. I 7'--" "' i .7'
ITMn'a tlae moat exdtina? drhnk in veers the new
fashion ia drinks v in the worlds leading
, cities. Nw yon, too, can en toy Gin and
TonM BMlde with Canada Urj
finao-Mhe world's Eneet
qninine. water.. ).
r Qunae sakes a Cin and Tonic
the like of which vou've never
tasted before. No other quinine
water staa awek superb flavor.
,. light dryBeas and exciting tang.
Try Cia and Quina today! Like
Mllione of people everywhere youU
asree it's the world's snoot deUcioasly
different and refreshing drink.
,: 7 Dwlidous with Gin or Rum
77 .7 .:
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS i
Church of Christ
: f" W. W. Burrow, Evangelist
av at w km a. noci Dnlhna Rnarf
service Sunday 10:00 am U.-W a.m.
f :U0 P-m. ..
rbicTnnir.! American Lesion nau.
Service Sunday 10:00 in .11:00 ajn
in ABAJC: nouse -u sua
Sunday 430 OJn
lit Mi u,
Ancon Blvd. &
toioii bapi-sx chiibch
. 311 lnJ
' Drawer isalboe
1 f. Paoerefcaw, Part"
a. 45 am
Mc-iaey each month.
Spaiuni) BiDla School
7 AO pjn.
, 10:00 a
foist baptist chuhcb
Balboa Heights, C. Z
827 Ancoo Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
Wlluaas H. Becby, Pasta
Baptist Training Union ....
Bvangelisuc Servica .......
' Prayer Meeting Wedn-
4 JO SJH
WHS. Blbla Study TAurs-
, Wen Brotherhood (Last
Monday in month) P-m
riRST BAPTIST CHURCH
' Margarita Avenue at 6th Street
-V Margarita, Canal Zone
Bcv. Feed Both. Pastor
Morning Worship ......
Baptist training union.
nntlirtuMd. Tuesdays 740 pjn.
Services, weanesaays w iw
W M.U., 1st & 3rd Friday
C.A., H A, h Sunbeams,
930 p -n.
''l I SalvationlK
TH PACIFIC 9IDB
Captain s Mrs. H. Grant
lb lebruurv Street. Phone: 28-20054
. 11:00 Holiness Meeting.
g:00 bunday School.
- 7 30 Salvation Meeting
LA BCiCa C.I.
L ken taunt Pansy Campbell
Bulldine No. 1080. Phone: t-2851
11:00 iloliness Meeting.
140 tundar School.. I
J. 130 Salvation Meeting
Envoy it Mrs. C L. Moseley
. a 40 Sw.dar School.
1140 Holiness Meeting,
940 Sunday School.
! f 30 nervation liectlng
, B Captain Syslln Taylor
j U40 iiiilineas Meetina-
-COLOiX 1H1RL. STREET
70 Salvation Meeting.
, RAINBOW CITY C.E.
, fcawey J. G1IL
St- KkU and Jamaica Street
, 1140 Harness Meeting,
i 940 St nday School,
v 730 Salvation Meeting,
S Hilar t apt. aad Mrs C. Moet
14th SUeeL Phone: 38-7U.
ail Prsieeuuu eeeperaM wttb
Btsaat, liberty 1a
carty la all
' THE ATLANTIC
Be. Ray Blakeiy.
:4 Church Sctvocl
llJM Warship Serviee.
9 44 sun. Sr. Vouth Feilowshlp.
40 pjn. Jr. Youth Fellow!.
The Rev reul H- W Olaader. Pastor.
Jw Stasday sVnool.
39 YeaHb Feuowabsn
J. VW PACIFIC BIDS
iVs Oscar Oisao
tuiuea Hat ai Sao Pa Mo St
Phone Cfturob OUle tOZS.
a Churc Sehoo. ree tZ5c
Psraonaee Diaculuii Grain.
139 Woratuo lew The Kssespaec
w laureery. Ktadcssarie)
Prieaary so ii. Trior Deo
--aae Har-erv lor ca.ieea
-a Jumer-HIa ri ...i.
ta Poat-Hlfh relluelitp,
' M BOTNar-tuaa FellewankB.
v. Wasaes A aWttean.
CXf : a-; Bee.: a-LI
' 4 a-aa Sunday gtenaet.
1 era Mflrntng Worahlp.
(tsa. Nmiuhhsi cJiCacai'
! ? " ""' rre-ea
. Sum to...
I" t r..n a,, eermd,
' T WM esMS kSMCMkas Amm ;
J aa. Ptares
.. etrHMit. Mmaae
- aaa. suraa,, karrir an
t a, i was. SVavaM
Of k swasw
citia at Pdnani aa) Ce4en,
at all twnee r asaa aaal wessca
aetajhbert, tnaads aad atreaaers.
A paHsr aerrico. Hi
deaaminaHoai, Boticat at bean
. r.if Nna rra 'atate' tram
oaty an ar Iw caasraaaticM
Service A saacial listiaa a)
Air Frtcr be mi Naval mrkMs. r
MMta. charck aecratarles
tka aaw 4atk at writiafl by
cnongat tat taa carniai aorurooy
fiBWKZKR MKTHOUIS1 UlllltU
. Rainbow city, d
Be. Samuel Waldan. MinUtet
fliinrta Sfnrim) I ajn and s.15 OJB
,unday School tor all age at 9:3ft pun
Tear uvltarnni to
TnMda .Pra Meettne
i'HKixiu aclMlUi CUUHUlUt
rlnt Church ol Chrlut, Scientict. Ancot
660 Ancoo Bouievara.
Sunday 110; Wednesday i
im lhiikb ut Chrm. acientlai. CrmeKa
13th Street Honvai oidwt
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wedneaday 140 am
' udvs rullRTH rulhoa
Sunday Maaiaat 7:00. 1:00. 10:00 andl
12:00 a.m. ..
Holy Day Bsaasaai a .- --
Confesaibn: Saturday. 130 to 8:00 1
I r iAA n m
.nH 7:0O to 8:00 p.m. Thursday. Bor
First Friday t 7 :00 to 0:00 p.m.
Miraculoua Medal Hovena: 140 PJO
"Catechilnr da-., after the g:00. mas mason
on mason Sunday.
rUgn acnooj oiuu vum r w
irun heart Aneea
Sunday Masse: S:55, 7:30 A :W ajn.
tS a.m- anJ 4:00
Holy Day maiwan
Confession: Saturday 930 to 4:00 and
VllXS- ThUU3' 'H
Sacred Heart Devotional 140 PJSV OH
ratechlsm Class 1 3:13 ta 4:49 pJB. CO I
OUB LADY OF FAT1MA CurtindB
Sunday Mas ai a:w a m.
KIUIT tsar r
Confaasiona: 9:00 to 9:49 pjn. on Sat-
Cateclusm Kiassi aaiuroa- aw w i
BT JOSEPH Parals
Sunday Masses at 740 and 9:19 ajn.
Holy Day Mass at :W p nv
Weekday Masses: ..:uu ajn.
Confessions: Saturday 130 to 430 and
S'-O in T'SA
Catecnism ciasas ounuay .w w vi
Medal Novenai 740 p.m I
r.nnvi Instructional Thursday 740mS""""Z monm,
ST. TIN CENTS PaaaaU CHy
Sunday Masses: 9:00 and 930 a .131.
Holy Day Masses: 830 and 540 pjn.
on Saturday the Masse are
) ajn.) v
840 and 930
Confessions: Saturday 940 to 940 and
740 to 8:00 pjn. Thursdays before First
Friday iso p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tions, of the Cross; Friday 740 p-m.
CaCecUam Class! After 830 aaaa
Convert Class! 930 pj Tuesday and
xnuraoay. 1 i
ST. THERESA'S Ceeon
Sundav Mass: g30 a.m.
SrCtoa'Toiia lit tt fan.
o ii- ...n n i
Catechism uaaat fjm so e.-w p-m. w I
ConlasalonBI IW so aaw sju. awraey. i
T mm ArTUT DB la mlu i
Paraa Lefevr I
Sunday Masses: 630 and 830 sum. I
Frl. and Sat First Friday mass: 9:00 ajn.1
ur w rt.u. u an mnm Mm.. xnuia..i
Holv Day Maasesi a:w ajn. w saw
Coiifeaaions: 930 to 430 and 740 to
940 pjn. on Baturda;
00 pjn. on Saturday. I
Miraculous Medal Novenai Friday 740
Catechism Clst 930 p.m. en Sunday
0T. iiiKaiEB7a a
Convert Clasai, Monday 730 am
Sunday Mass: 740 ajn.
uni. rv.. u.m! sse n.nL
rnnfeaeiona: Saturday 930 to 730 DJB
Thursday before First Friday aav p.m..
Catechlam Class: s:ia pjn. on ouuuar
Sacred Heart Novenai saw p.na,
Convert biaasi ew p
ST. JOSEPH'S Celea
Sunday alaaeos: 949, 94and9jl9aJa
Holy Day Maaassi ts ana sw
and 5:49 pjn.
Confeaalona: Mturoay earn s axe
y 4wi m a -an n m
Miraculoua Medal novenai wsuiaasuej'
8:15 and 740 pm.
si Heart Novena! man las bjsi
Sunday Evening Servtcee 140 PJn.
Convert Claas: 7U5 pjn. a Mondays
Catechlam Class: Sunday lt:ll ajn
it .ja am. s -on d jn. to 4i00 a.m.
firm! rrtAmw Ernotttkm ef Meat Bless
ed- Sacresneot all day Reposition at 930:
jn. Saturday momlni.
Finn Saturday oevouone to our uoy
r.HmwTh Holv Roearv 94 am
rinn Communion instructions lor cnii-
Mondav and TlHrradays IW c
Sunday Masses: 740. 840 end 1930 em
Holy Day Mama: 849. 4t ajn. and
Conflnna : Saturday 440 to 44 and.
i tj to s 1M p a. Ajter anaary eaca ew
Miraeuiou Medal Hi
sovenai 909 en
740 pm. en Monday.
Cat irhlras Claas: After 94
First Friday txpoxtttoa aa day durtnf
me Bcnoei veer.
Ftrat Saturday: Mass at 949
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH la
Sunday Maasea: 73a. 93.
First Saturday Macs:
Sajjrday .. 7 49 ajn. to
Mtraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Ma-: 739 aaa
Confeealon 9:49 aa. to
Pertasi Family Raaary and
rMW tt t l.Ar tTMH LPTKMI 4at
. i u aja.
ST VIKSJm a.aae Oty
Sunday IUi. 4 3 a m aa 94C
Hoty Day Manssi 94 aaa. and 8
Confevamna. 949 and 740 to
9 a nt tierasy
Calailibsa Claw t ai a aa aa Inaoit
Ceareev Oeaa cdj Monday at Id
M-ranataus Medal Peiswei t ajo
aei bo Heeet Mevenei l eaa. ar
la fa bail Zen, and P tewtnat
Republic Paaaa, it walceaa
at taa mnmi aanrkaa, aad to erriliea
Taa AaMrkaa list botow, by
at warship sad etaat rag alai activities.
nana t riat. Oaaaminariaaa aevlaa
at Ihta4 aaist "Othet Caerca Aad
InclaaM fa arvk ,at Araty aaata.
M ckaateiat at ah4 ta iafana
Wa4aa4ay aaaa a tha latatt at. aay
caarca acta. ? ; v' '.
Holy Day Man: 540
Confemionsi 6 30 to 7 :00 p m. OB Bet-
jrday. , ... ;
Catwhlam Hiii. 44K D IB on Monday
vua liiufx ur uuuu VUUriBEl.
7,."Z. Maea: 7.-00 and 8:30 a.m.
uy way aase
(KM a-m. and SUXI
Confeaalnn Ratimlav 1 on M m
L&cred Novena, Y40 pjn
dren: 4:00 pjn on "ThutWaT
day apanisnii raw. pan on Moo.
nvert nwtrucUona tar apnotntmeni.
The Rt Rev. B.
Habet Ooodea, g.t.o.
Tha Very Bev. Ma inert J. Peterson.
THat CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
730 ajn fiolv finaimimlmi
a nt Santa Communion (4th Sun-
:30 a.m. Church School
9: am. Escucla Dominical.
UM aju. Momix,. yeTand Sermon
Holy Communion, irini s..n'l
Ti0 pra- v-nlng Pray-, d Ssrmoa
830 a m. Holy Communion.
740 pea. Eve-ting Prayer.
9:00 e Jn Holy Communion.
9 30 i n Holy Communion.
9:19 ajb. Mnrnlna P..
U:0OMW.day Missionary 'prayen.
- cocou '
Church cf st Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin.
' Holy Communion
ramuy Prayer and
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month)
f1rnJ., T1' ?inon U.00 ajn.
Chapel at The Good Shepherd
skv. viareare w. Hayas.
ram.v Frit la Charge
S40 ajn. Morning Prayer.
uns anuay eacB Moatb).
BL il'. rk.
J The Be.
b Spear. Priest la Cbarfle
' Choral reriariif 'and Ser
9:00 a m.
Church School ..
I f-Piacopai lourut aturehmea
l..'vnuon8 a bermon .....
MONDAY J TUESDAYS.
i ana ihluais
Zt, 1 Jr,,
.1"2S uuary, ma ana
walbncsuais C THURSDA'
Holy .Communion ... ...... T 40 ajn.
Morning Prayer 940 am
Avenina raw t.h
aamiiy rvuenarm 530 a.m
M weanpune vaaj pjn.
Bt Peter's Charek
7e iBev. John Spear. Priest ta Cbarf
Mornlna Prayer end Churrh I
unorai STUcnarist and
mon ..... 1030 am
Holy Baptism 1340 nooni
STvensoni end. aniiiaaa in n.s
Woman AuxUlarv Ta ajn
invnuiaia or rajiaj; UAI9
noiy communion ......... 940 SJB.
PALO SECO '"
Chsnel of the Holv CamfaHae
Tan. U a Shirley, priest ta Chfrga
939 a m. Holy Cchnsruriian.
Cbareb of St Merreret -Esosvo
and Bratna Blvd.
Taa Rev, Jesse K. Beaew, Eectef
730 ajn. Holy Communloa r
9:45 a-m. Church School
1140 ajn. Morning Prayer
Laat Sunday each Month. Holy
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
930 e m. Holy Conun onion.
Chaeel ef Ons ktsear
930 im Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allen R. Weatt,
Priaet In Chary
The Re. DevM A. Oaherae,
949 jb. Choral Eurharlst
93 a jo. Infant Baptism,
ge Church School
ihaMd Buildtak 131)
94 ja YeHtoFeltoentdp
f e n aa tVenaone end Ai
9nd and 4tb WEDNESDAYS
IX ae Woman Aajdllary
' PANAMA CfPf
St. Peal's Clrefeh
rh Tee. Eewtoel B. 84rb4eg
Ttm tW. ma 8L AreaaB.
94 ajn Sun tWnanat at B
-4 sat MaraJn Pre ret end
7 -OS tur.
4 la Hory
Tt bJn. Esenlii Pisses
rHdWOATS AND FIIDATS
t f i m Holv
049 a.w. Bety
Coiosk A P.
OeoosHe Hnl Weehtnasaatt
Tae pev. riser ra i mm, a
The Be. Heary
4 aas. Pety
INia Mnmmi Prayee.
9 se Charal rurheria and
I 'JO e AT4. CrtUI ia p. IMMM
1 3 pas. frmm ganasna on Ser.
4 a aa. r' ComauinineL
1 3 EvenicJi Prayer end Sarsaaa
t:30 pjn. Adult Confirmation Class.
1:00 pjn. Evening Prayer and Madit
40 a.m. Children's Eucharist'
110:00 ajn. Junior Confirmation ClaM.
730 pjn. Complin and Meditation.
1 KADtBOW CITC J
. CborUt ef St. Mary, the Vtrgia
, The Bev. John A. Spalduiaa
Priest la Charge
iSUNDAiS tl 1 i
w o a.n
Eveni'im and Sermon
Holy Communion. ;.,..,, IjOO 4
RIO' ABA JO
8t Chriatopher's Choreb
10th Street, Parque Lefevra''
a The Rev. Clarence W. Bay,
Priest in Charge
" Xh Bev. Clarence A. CragwslL
730a.m. Sung Eucharist and S rmon
i uwia, Morning prayer and cnurcli
on 12M noon Holv Bantbm
,'l 1:30 I""1" 3rd- Woman'e Atud
430 pjn. Junior Daughter of the
T:30 pjn. Youth Fellowship.
' g:00 ra. Holv Coimntinlon'.
7:00 pjn. Evening Prayer and Religious
1 g:00 pjn. Girls Friendly Society.
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd, Singletons. ; i
930 ajn. Junior Confirmation Clam
Other Churches r
CHURCH OP THE NAZABENB
Minister: Rew. Elmer O. Nelson
Bos 98, Ancon, CZ, Balboa seat
School 9:49 sub
Worship ......... 1030 a.m
ice ............ 9:46 pjn
Evenina Service ........... 730 n.m.
Meeting, Wed. ....
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
L Panama BP. 23rd Street East
Rev. S. M. Brown, gflnlste
Divine worsnip :ao a.m
Sunday School ............ 9:00 n.m.
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 UM
' suti ataa. akP. Bundsa henooa ai
' JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetlna Thursdays at 730 cm. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wirt Memorial
sua sMunva swaa. oaiDoa,
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LATTER-DAT SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday meetings in the LDS Chanel
on jaaiDoa noaa.
Sunday School 1040 am
Sacrament Meetlne aroo n m.
rrunary, anonoay ........ a:30 nja
Belief Society: Tueadav...' Inn m
, mia; Wednesday ........ 730 pjn
- Atlantte Rp.it.k
Building too. Schoolhouse Road Catun.
unai ion (
fninna' aL.hAnl E..t... 1 a.M
Sacrament meetlnir Sunday 1140 a.m.
nieeung neo... 8:80 p.m
LR1!rf Society, a announeed. : J
5.r,.m"i! weaneaoay .. 930 pjn.
iipoone.aun.64 er aist6bef '1897:
bit ( :1
CTJBTJNDTJ PROTESTANT CmTWm
'A Warn Hearted Cfanrch
Mlltoai K rMl. aciai..
Phone Sea Rs-tna n
tHuuay scnool ........... 930 ajn.
M - BU-WXW
i. viT" every agei
JJSl wor? D 1140 ajn.
uuu eeuowsnip 4:00 PJn.
Eeventne Wonhln t.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 740 pjn'
A church nursey la provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
uth at. bi rr
Hoty Eucharist: Sunday at (30 a.m.
Tuesday. Wedneadayaand Thursdays
SaeramanS at Unmm u b.
73o' pn 8unoMr Kb month
Panaao R. p.
T. eiea. D. D.
Momma aeotla ai ar
Feuowsblp WorshlB St llrOO ajn
Sunday School at in
wwm miihs m Ian
AHAI C'KN'I KB
- 94. First Street
I urbanlzaclon B Carinen, Panama City.
.aiaa we viacuaasone
Tauradaya 840 pjn.
Coloa. 9th 4s Fraea awenes
I Study Classes. Thursdays. 130 j
. BETHEL MISSION CHXHCB1
Espalabs St, Paralso, CZ.
waieeee H. Stewart.
Sunday: 114 M Worship Bra slue.
w pjn. Bunaay acneask".
7:19 njn. Gospel Service.
Monday: 739 Young People1 Soctery
weoneedayi 730 Mid-wsek Christian
Thuradavt 94 Chtrt nth.....i
.Friday I 73 Women' Miaslooary Be.
THE CHURC91 OP OOt
T939 Etghtfe Stseet CMa
' Re. V BT. a.
Sunday Bchol f JO ajB,
murnuia wonoin 10 3a mm
Night Service ............... fa pja
9TR8T CHintCH OP OOD
Car. Jaasauca and Trtsneed SJB,
Batnbew CHy. Aaaal Bene
Be. fL It. r.aaSL.a
Morning Worship ........... 94 ja.
aunoay acnooi 10:9 aaa
Night Service 73 pja
the crrcfccyi of ood
Mrs Mao so Maaaa. Pawa
Sunday School 140 aja
Morning Worahlp ........... lid mm.
nutn aaissue 13 pea
THE I'HUBCR OP COD El Aseje
Meals Oarer a 4 text, m.
Be. Wan- A I is ana. Parair
Sunday Brno 93 aja
" aereioe .......m....
... 13 aaa.
cmcyi 6p tioo
He B E Wstaen. Ovstssas
Phone -C2g. Be CM Gem boa
Cram ill a. at Parses. CX IRe. ene
Mrs. Heme O. Wbytei. Catoev BP
(fur. Fernanda Lnrenret, Bio Aaaie
me, ana air, (.naries naynest. one
Catrv Be. and Mm Clifford Creevesl
Sunday and oaahdoye awakes a el
HeBi itei-BA. Cf
Cart rt ii a a 1 1 1
Ben m. Osiohaa. CA.
cwrM Eswfnser Bldg. Oteftle Feletrti
Sunday irhenl s aa
Weranio Senrtee 19 e
Vewth Ban h .. ......... ) sa
tnnrwiif fr Ut a f e ai
ad. Btaea Study as Prayer 73 aaa.
Posts 2nd Cases
. PACIFIC gIDk
t- Protestant .,
FORT AMADOR -"
Sunday School 94C
Morning Worship 10.00
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON r
eunday School (BuJldlng No.
126) ..r7r.,..,, 940
Morning Worship .............. 10:30
Thursday j Evening Mid-Week
Service ....... ........ 7:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday ...... 9:00
FORT KOBBE '".W'ii'Wy:'
Sunday School , :0O
Morning Worship . .. JO 30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wy 7:00
Worship Service. HIo Hato ..... 8:151
Christian youth Fellowship .... 9:00
Officer'g Christian Union Thurs. 940
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ................. :w
- Adult Bible Class (NCO Clubl,. rv:ao!
Morning Worship ...... 930 A 10:451
xoutrt seuowsmp avo
U.S.' NAVAL STATION. Bodman
4 Sunday School -"' 930
' Morning Worship 1140
Holy Communion rlrn Sunday
of Montai -rf).; .r'fc!' S'l-i
. ..i. km ... nnn Bvn. minf.T..'
W'lSS&k-.T' -ter and said, ''Ev
AV.hl I trv OM I rhrictmaa nrith f m.
Navai Kadi station, evimrait...,' :ou
3 Cajiniia iTSiK
fort amadob ., r :.h' :
Confessional Saturday ...6:30 A ;7
Miinoav . ...... m ei a:ai
Daily Mau ..9:45
Sunday Masses .7..... :1hs i ,i9:oo
Confessions-Saturday .. 9:30 9:00
FORT KOBBE ...
Dsiiy Mss r.....i,.,..ii,w f:i5
Monday Novena DevoUons .... 730
ionraasions suituroay... a:uu es jfuu
. n k A mum n .
AUinuua, nut suau ausoa.
Sunday Masse 7:45 A 13:00
S panish 7:00
JNovet- Servlces-Tussosy 7:0
Conlesslons-Saturuay .......... Vw
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Mass ..................
ALBROOK air FORCE BASE
Saturday :wr-j- ue uumpea m His own
' i 830
Atlantic Bui a ... a'
FORT DAVIS ,,
bunaay ocnooi-suog. ian .... i
Morning Worship 1030
Pr.v.r Pallnwahin nide. 253
d.v :..7......... 740
i;noir j-racuce neuiiwuay, I
Poet Chapel 730
Momlni Worship ... .Ut 10 :
Vouth Fellowshin. Sunday i,n-. 8 :
ttihla Study. Wednesday 730
Udtos Chapd .CuUd. 1st ThurtJ ISfl
O S. NAVAL STATION, CocoEolo
Holy Communion First Sunday
Dally Mas ...
. . .
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
a. -a.w uis message
................. 73o!" you take a telephone
FORT GUUCK ., ..
Tusdsy ................v...... ta
. i ..
,reeK unnoaox evi iicae era conuucri
ad at tha Church of the Anunciauon, I
Via Bellaario Pdrrss, Ban rrancisco oe
la Caleta. Psnam City, RJ"- and at
the Church of St Anthony. Avanida
Melendes, Colon. Rj on alternate Sun
days at :3o. For further Information.
call in umce ox ue Army uiapiam.
Seventh Day G;
Set ikes ta eJD Churches a
Sabbath School J SJB.
Divine Service 1140 em.
Youth' Meeting 43 bjb
Wedneaday Bible St
Bervice 73 pJB.
Pacific Side Parjasai tt Balboa District
Pastor W. PL WallarxrTel. 3S3 3509
Cab Verde. Ave. j. r. i (Jess Pa
Lmmuo saus as ar
Pueblo Nuev S-A St
and 4th Sta.
Bla Ahata lltt Sit- WO. r
Balboa ChaDel M4 Cavtlaa RA Bal-
hoa I Saturday oniyi.
Spanlsb Csarrhea Psaaast aad
pastor Ruben Ruis
Panerna. call pane na.
CriatobaL lih Bolivar Ave. 1
mbo Aj rriioies.
Disuirt PsM A. A. Grtsst
Tel. No. 9-103 .
embee Pram Psseaej. rraoisa.
Atksouc HMe CaMa aad
Pastor Neotets-Tet 99439
Colon ere M. intrai t vnaa
pal lth 4t Rollvar Ave.
Central etucei oevuaa aawiw w
jewm Weifsr Beard Btd. Ttl X La
Bom aoad. Baibea. Cg Befcbl taalhna
a tuttn Director.
Pervte. Frtdasv taa
Cerigraaarian Eel gliailMi bnss. A
via Oiba aaal aeth Street. Bm8 Vims,
- lad City Seniles 99 mjm.
grrTs-rra LlTwrea. crrt-acB
a.lSaa Baad a trarM -raal
Be. SaOer, p
ra bob i
ft-sMay SrnaoL tle Masa 949 UB
I vir ti iki It 19 eaa.
tivwe Cm a e tin eaills IH
M-sreiv Lptscecot CbarcBI Sundaj
' By OSWALD 1ACOBT
.Written tor NEA Senrle.
. VKORTB tt
t 4A4 1 Ji
WISt '. ;' U5t ,
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8ontk Wart North CaA
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8N.T. Pass 6 4 .;. pato
0 4 ; Pakg PaM Pm
Openlnf led4 Q
ft RKTRPtiTTQ nar.yn. 1 1 A
Here 19 i little present for you."
. wecjsw Knew lieorge'g genero
8iiy oi ow sna realized that nis
I wnen oummr rima rinunt ; rts.
wuu uie opeiiing mamona
lead with his ace played three
rounds of trumps and went after
auil Hoping io oi8cara
aummy s losing diamond on his
fon?. in case r the suit
"lieu neang lauea
ueuiarer jen a niamnnr
aummy g juna and threw Gears
wim uura diamond lead.
I At tills lunctum Clenroa ; made
ii . Ow m.w
iWg irienfliV remark' anrl lorl hie
it ; diamond, mi. violated one
Of the cardinal principles of OT-
dlllarv nlav alnoa ha ni..
j . luu P
n i r (USC"ra irora uie other.
v. 7TW.B ol'i'iy ore maae to
e "? vioiaiea at ui ritrht -time and
lute all of Georee'a t?enmna ni..
this eift rnnlH nof k.l- j
T. t '"T" j
r. 5"" aun"?y he
j;uu" u wouia no to discard the
. i? .wa! Juu, trump any.
j. mBCBra a eiuo fjrom
MLumm b.u would still have a losl
I a jc mere.
I Declarer Hid n.mn 1 j ..
ad discard -'iX T."?
. r "s uean.
en he took the club .finesse but
ean-r-:."--. -WW Mat
tOOE big king
if you promise a child that vtm
wu uaye your cmid can hUnTbeJ
U careful tu.... .CT rT.
message for an adult. Chlldren'e
plans don't always seem lmper-
tant tn sm" T.rlv""1
imrwlrT-0 V f-SVi r0
And It Is only good mgruiers to
luiivmucr LI1MT randans .
- m... aw .u
Will be off in
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9:30 TtT? 1 A I as MttA 7
s icy v aweyv :
I ELECTRIC SERVICE I 3' V
2nd Street YisU Hermosa
Los' Angeles Development ;
: Herbrufer Development '.-
.Transisthmlan Highway; from 2nd St Vista
- Hermosa to La Locerla Road (Ave. Fdo. Boyd)
, from 7 a-m, to 2 p.m. on Sunday 26, 1957.
To Replace Defective Teniiinal Pole
gin. Mamima de Zuerza t Xiiz
CARD OF TIIA.".5
I would likt to thank my friends for their messages
of sympathy In my recent sorrow, also for the
flowers. ', ' '
I would also like to thank the members of the
fattgllBaW VS VIMIIIMHf
Iho Pccific Sl:b Ibyi::I!:n Cc.:;::;
( INCORPORATOR) BT ROTAL CHARTER 1140) .
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God Has the Power to Snuff Out your
Life ; . He Also Has the Power to
Fill Your Heart With Purposeful
, Radiantly tiappy, Triumphant Living, j.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Class for every aje),
TAerB an many txcuses but few returns for not attending
Trained Bible teachen art in every elate to lead children,
. 4i Vuth adults tn Christian living.- r 'J
11:00 "Mao's Religion and Qod's WshtMusnessw
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MAT 25, 1957
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fU JCft W'&tU pu'J3 iUUU msiUfd,, u LL W
&JIU Uti uLfl P' 2-0140 wtt'LL.' oo 1 t4 :
-." !rEh-YEAR-IN. Mrs; James -O.-Kline, president of the Canal
' i vamm f iiv upmir. :niifiri i nun m. i.rrii vrni uiii duuv uiu was vv
uniform Of fienior Girl Scout, Miss Dos Sie&Mey,, as proud proud-.
. proud-. parents Mr" and Mrs. WVT. Bleakley look on,; Mrs. Kline also
. presented Doris with an adult Girl Scout pin on-behalf tf the
i Council. Over sixty parents,, friends and tlfoop members were
" present at the Second Annual Court of Awards of Senior Troop
80; Girl Scouts -of the U.S.A;,. as. Doris and her troop-mates ;
- received' ' various awards signifying accomplishments Auring
the year'A'A'.vV; -V ;? rr y i r
GOV. AND MRS. POTTER ATTEND ROTC AWARDS BALI, r
AT AMADOR OFFICERS' CLUB LAST NIGHT
" .t'Ti "'"i Amador Ofieere Clubaparklad with life lad night at handsome
eadt in unltarm and pretty girh in bouHant formal dancad at the
.,?lGoyrAodral!dMri: William I, Pottft haadod a liir of dirtlnaiiUb.
ad auaatf who aitandad. '
Awardf wataBraenftd ta outttandinfl cadaH during tha ovanina.
Rabbi WitWio Honored ; ;
ponrMpniativcs of three Jewisn
ninmiimtie2 yesterday-' t to
honor Rabbi Nathan Witkin who
la celebratulg 20 years on the Isth Isth-mus.f
mus.f Isth-mus.f : ; f,H-&: : fC
The affair was held in the Bene Bene-ficencia
ficencia Bene-ficencia Israelite in Panama and
members of every Jewish commu community
nity community in Panama attended the cel cel-ebratiott,
ebratiott, cel-ebratiott, ,v. tL '-l. J- j' :
'Ea'bbJ Wltjtin wis presented." with
a silver tray- by the Beneficencia
which was engraved w U h;i the
dates -of his residence here. : His
20 (years .faithful service ; both in
n CIV, WAY To
;lmprov Skin Amaxlngly
LatlMr faoa aiull minuta twico
' daily with Cutioura Soap. Ap.
, ply Cubcura OiatoMot nigh tl v.
i Saa blackhaada. xtaritallv 1
cauaaa pimplaa ctear
axatuia; now motU ;
Buy today. v
fthe1ahar'onerin,'d Vans 'mtf was
nraised by several speakers, in-
chiHinff ch airman Dr. L GlattStein.
president of the group.
A musical nroeram presented by
Hans Janowiti and t? tot. Tirelli
after which refreshments were
served. '.. v.
' Next. Friday the 'group is man-
nine another ciet-totether: accord
ing to Dr.. Glattstein who said
Mr. And Mrs. Raymond
Biuerraui ioioco. -,, i
F rem Atlanta
, iwus juai'fcret Ann James of
Atlanta, Georgia, arrived in Pana Panama
ma Panama iuesuay for a visit wittt ner
aunt and uncle. Mr. and' Mrs. H.
V. Raymond of Balboa. Miss
james Recently jraauated trom
Atlanta and her visit to tue Canal
zone is a graduation gut uqm ner
parents. .Sue is-the daughter of
mr. auu aus. i. v. james of At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; Mrs. James is the former
tveiyn ferry of the Canal zone.
Crarv Hat Lunchaon
Hald At II Raneho ,
Crazy hats were in atvla at the
tegular monthly luncheon of the
nivu umrcr'i wivni' I inn nrnipn
was held -last Tuesday at the El
uancno in Manama and were the
topic of conversation for all of
uose present. ;
The Drosram renter armihrl
the Judeins of theaa ."nriirinal"
hats and the winners f Were an announced
nounced announced immediately following a
delicious luncheon planned by Mrs.
C. T. Warriner the new lunch luncheon
eon luncheon chairman. The two j a d s e s
ttww wA uiuiua ana mTB.
N. Carroll, both past presidents of
uio kiw. jpirst prize tor the era-
i nai was a nat donated by
Mr. Artiim UnH. r... lf.u.i.
and rai won by Mr. R, 0. Ber Bernard
nard Bernard and second prize, a free
luncheon, was won by Mrs. H.tj.
powlen. A Montuna hat was won
by Mrs. C. G. Krhorlr tnr wr
the prettiest hat.
After the nracrram. ths n v I.
. . J mr m m o
H.nf U,. 1 A -. rL. T l
ed over the, first busines meeting
of her term. Mrs. Sharp welcom welcomed
ed welcomed the following new members:
Mrs. 6. b. xaylof, Mrs. S. G.
Bloum, Mrs. T. J. Emmett. Mr
M. W Harvey and Mrs. H. S.
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tended to two. guests, Mr: J. S.
Hunter, Mother and guest of Mrs.
C. J.. Stuart Jr. and Mrs. Robert
wmte,, guest of Mrs. Elmer
Moore. At this timo frwll
sairl to thA tnUfmAna maihIim.
who will be leaving the Isthmus
ouu; rs. w. a. tue, Mrt.,K. c.
Ashman, Mrs. K. R. Roberts, Mrs.
D. J. W Una. MM. T T M.k.
ney Mrs. -C. G. ScWrk, Mrs, A.
. patruic, aiua JOTS, xv .r. j ail
Celebrated, --t. 4
in Hospital v. v i-.
ii Red Cross'; Griv T.irfii.. r!cV
run II 'nv -J
w J' uuui iinouu OB
I men- appointed rounds'; of Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital, aome of it routine,
some said, with seldom anything
that ttouM all In 1akr.rl.i. c
it Vas with quite bit of excite
ment mat one Gray Lady learned
that turn TMatnt. uKn .kik
rf uu waq VUU1
convalescing, Mr, and Mrs. B. T.
Carr of Gamboa, were to observe
their. oth wed din a anniversary
last Thursday. .' i.
Theatre Guild Party Tomorrow
entertainment has been planned, in
addition to iooa i ana rerresn
Miss Dorothy Gray
will vacation before coins: to Ev
trtL Mix., to make her homo
Her sister Miss Lillian Gray
join herein Puerto Rko.
mmfaM mam m
high SCHOOL GIRLS AM GOOD SCOUTS Members-of the" Senior Troop 80,; Girls Scouts of the tJ.sTA;,.po se with their leaders at the Second Annual Court
: i j. un .veninir nk the Balboa Girl Scout House. Seated, left to right, are Nancy Webster. Mary Ann Bowen, Christine Huff, and Nancy Clarke.
Be.orui row kneelinit Clara Lou Percy Claudia Davis, Ruth Thompson, Patsy Flatau, Sandy Dunning, Mickey Walker, 'rrancla White, Dorothy Griffin,
fiSri r Sirs John G. Carlson, assistant leader for Mariner Patrol, Mrs, Ray D. Wilson, troop leader, CaroUne Zirtanan,. DotUe Rose, Marion Sailer, Carolyn
Com Mrs. Hugh W Casslbry, assistant leader for Service Patrol, .and Martha Miller! . .t ; i (Photo by Earl,Duke)r
Ex Cenal Employe
Hzrold J. Pclenon
Dies In Maine
Harold J. i'ewrau", cu"Vrfo
ploye of the Panama Xanal. died
on May 15 in a hospital in To To-22s,
22s, To-22s, Maine, according to news re re-leived
leived re-leived on the Isthmus today.
I Peterson was employed
M.v2Lr-iH t netMirtment
was., also a f
eKnignw of to cltfta. two
mg ui ur. uiausi.cui wu Miss Sara Bomberg, Red Cms
they wiU meet to honor.: Walter Director at the HospuaL arranged
f7 rt T- V.1 1 i Party, -with the cooperaUon of
v- n iue nurses ana doctors
' 7, with the result that
' I entertained all thai ,mh
i wivwa w van
I entertained aU the amhiilatnrw na
. . I UDUi, au iier aruuiiL. runcn H n f
MemDers ot tne canai i. q n e .kj.. ierv(vl 7,
Theatre GuUd wiU celebrate their crTrVIw lurfi. t?rii Ti
annual tfetmfethei- tomorrow rrtf5F.MY ,urP
- IT," -" 1 r"v m i r,TnH orciuu corsage mane oy uray
Khm 1 rfrofframof Lfcd' NUIi,n Griffln. h0 ob ob-Workshop.
Workshop. ob-Workshop. A special program of b u orehiA. ,nd -..Vi-- -nP,.-.
mm P.tUnt. am IV.mI. a
whA war Mnfinaxt tn heI Kara
served refreshments by Mrs. Anc-
na juruand,- uray xaoy.
Mr. Carr, who had bees dis--harffed
from the1 hoinltal nrior to
V,T.V rv .u the anniversary day was unable
mina uin iiliii inai jr.i 1 cblci 1
day for Puerto Rico where As wi,S".?"f
later to recenre.- with Mrs. Carr
k kt Mim 'rtf the many
,rajli friends that they have made while
at Viorgaa... .
Cnminff to tha Isthmus during
(i. rnniimotin rwriod. Mr. Carr
had worked for miny' years with
.1.. p.nama Tanal' in varioua ca
pacities and retired nliie. years a-
go as qiunermiiiu wiua
Housing Division.' Mr.' Carr came
to tha Canal Zona. is .1914 to visit
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Harnett & Dunn
All Star T.V. r;
(PA-C) Harnett is Dunn,
dance team, wmproyiaa an
all star snow next Monaay, nj
27th at 7:J0 pjn. on CJ" -N.
T.V. Studio. The show will eon'
that entercainina n
.ir-ai imfdT trio tha Gutten-
bergs. Pinky, Joe ana w
charming partner xniuan.
This trio has Just completed a
months engagement at the E
Panama Hotel ana now avr
playing tha theatres to Paa-
n- Mania aoaa nut" -va
ainti tMttct And acTobatlo
dance team cava Jnst returned
from a successful tour of South
America. They have danced to
every Important European ea-
pitoL Miss Manta wm 00 m
speciality number a doll
dance which will be a special
treat for the kida.
Harnett J tmnn oauroom r
hibitlon daneeTS who are known
for their graet ana finesse m
excutlnf aome ef the moat ta-
trlrsta fctiiroorn eance patiems
wt3 do t Of their latst num
bers. Mr. Victor well kr.ewn
rir.!.t from Panarra win erster-
Un with some ef r.' key board
wlrirdv and will a'o acecm-
fe'sUter, edjere and In
1917 mtrrieu r -,1 j
monthly concert seriesrof
the USq-JWB Armed Forces 5
ice wnra '--,'-
Wednesday-, .uu 0,i ,.
mCl ,a"l Tnrmer child
MISS verse" :
W-SrTS Mis. V-rcelll
f1 7r. .nnerior mSSte-
neia a aiviulum
ry .oi we pu. r
ain aHlnt. who hSS
a repertoire that exceeds 160
works, has given concerts in va va-rim
rim va-rim parts of the world On hear hear-ing
ing hear-ing her perform Mr. WiUiam Li Li-bieg.
bieg. Li-bieg. Director of the PhUadelphia
Orchestra states, -Berenice Ver Vercelli
celli Vercelli hal a formidable technique
and a great capacity for interpre
; There is no charge for service servicemen
men servicemen who are cordially invited as
guests of the USO-JWB. Admission
for the general .public is $1.00 for
adults; 50 cents for students..
Clayton Families v
Leave Far States ;
. Among those Ft. Clayton of officers
ficers officers and their wives who have
completed their tour of duty and
who left yesterday oh the USS
Goethals were Col. and Mrs.
JamesvB. Nichols, CoL and Mrs.
Kenneth H. Tando, Captain and
Mrs. Eldon Pence and Captain
and Mrs. William C. McHugh.-
Vilh DuSte Of Kent
'. mvv.mtA. REN. Denmark. May
23 (UP) The British and Danish
royal families were reported to today
day today to be discussing the possible
marriage of Britain's fun loving
Duke of Kent and beautiful Prin
cess Margretne of nenmarx. v
There were no official Indica
tions such, discussions' were being
held at Fredensborg Castle where
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince
Philip were spending the weekend
with King Frederick DC and Queen
Ingrid. But informed sources said
such a match would be "extreme
ly likely." J ;
The blonde,M7-yearld princess
shares her mother's deep affec
tion for her British relatives par par-tieularly
tieularly par-tieularly Lady Patricia- Ramsey,
aunt of Queen Ingrid, And a royal
mater would link even closer, the
two royal families, :
!- Margrethe made tier debut as-
a pvbUe. rraure Ntli weak whan -.
e I f L--.L. I aLii!-
aiiiiDtin am rnnip cama nar
n a state visit."
' "By law Margrethe i can ; marry
ttlended with Geniui
. tttrs? ill I
- mm Itaawawaifc I
nxzsT storcH wmsxj
CIA. Haiuit, S A.
AwtNto aouvA Jk cowoai
nnlv : inmeone nf Tnval 'blood and
the .marriage must be approved
by her father. .The last (Danish
royalty to marry into the unusn
royal family was Princess Alex Alexandra
andra Alexandra who married Edward VII
and became queen in 1901. -
.The Duke of' Kent, who will be
22 next October", would become a
royal' consort in such a marriage
since Margrethe is heiress appar apparent
ent apparent and would become queen on
the death of her father., -i J
Rock V Roll
DAVENPORT, Iowa, May 25
(UP) Opal Hurst of Bettendorf
has filed suit against a dentist for
fitting her with what she called
"rock 'n roll dentures." Mrs.
Hurst,- in seeking $130 damages
and $5,000 for mental and physical
pain,- said the teeth not only rock
V roll but also "click and slip and
Live And Learn v
PHILADELPHIA, Miss., May 25
(UP) A candidate for alderman
who polled only 12 votes in a re-
cent election ran. a "thank you"
ad in today's Neshoba Democrat,
which said in part; ; '.-, a
y "There's stm i one" thing W
friends should know. Live or die,'
sink or swim, I won't, be guilty
of this thing again. .signed W. L.
Houston, the retired politician."
Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday
Join our informal1 CLUB 4:30 for tha lata crowd
in tha air-conditioned comfort of our Balboa Bar
CAROL GREAVES TRIO
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CAROL also plays the piano In the Balboa Bar
... II pjn.io X a.m. t Sun, Toes, Wed. ft Thurs.
4:30 a,m. ;
Wa are very sorry to inform our customera that
unforeseen trouble has developed in one of our.
new 6,000 KW. generatora at tha San Francisco
Wa are doing everything possible so that our
customers will not ba unduly Inconvenienced.
While our technicians are working around tha
clock, to repair tha generator, it Is necessary to
reduce tha use of electricity. Wa kindly request
our residential, commercial and industrial cus customera
tomera customera to limit to a minimum tha use of elec elec-f
f elec-f tricity.
, BETWEEN 6:30 P.M.
and 10:00 P.M.
Here are a few things you can do help us meet this emergency:
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sl. "Turn off your air conditioning equipment.
2. Turn off "dry closet" lights or devices.
3. Turn off the electric water heater.
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4. Reduce the use of electric ironing to a minimum.
5. Reduce to d minimum the opening of refrigerator doors.
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6. Turn off all unnecessary lighting.
7. Reduce to a minimum the use of all appliances.
We gratefully appreciate your cooperation during' this emergency.
With Matny TlunkJ
a;r ttM ajaaaB
pary aome cf the art;?'..
Campy, Newk :Team Up :Eor Bode erm
Dig Don Hurls Shutout;
Roy Blasts 2 Homers
By MILTON RICHMAN
- ? NEW YORK. Mav 25 (UP) Two long-time
Iroommates. Rov Campanella and Don Newcombe,
1 decided to do a little moving, and the first thing you
know they moved the Brooklyn Dodgers to within
two games 01 iirsi piate.
f ThM two roomies don't foot run In the seventh, and he also
, si- - - 4 H. J A. 1 in 4-1 A
round once they get started, t'
Take Campanella, the guy who
does .the heavy work, Fresh from
i' five-game benching for weak weak-hitting,
hitting, weak-hitting, he returned to the lineup
last night and blasted two homers
to drive in tour runs in a o-u
tory over the New York Jiantsffischerthe;joser.
Newcombe aw nis snare, too,
walked to force in a run in the
first and hit a sacrifice fly in the
fifth. Bob Lemon started for Cleve
land but was forced to leave the
came with a severely strained left
tnigh In the seventh. Reliever Dick
Tomanek was the winner, and Bui
w struck out six. man t walk
batter and scattered nine hits in
uitchine his sixth straight cc-m-
! plete game and registering h i i
Campanella ir both hfs hom homers
ers homers off losor Johnny Antonolii
while Carl Furillo added another
Giant reliever Stevt Ridtik.
"The victory moved the Dodgers
Into a second-place tie with Mil
waukee, two games behind the
first-place Redlegs, who bowed to
tne Cardinals. 9-6. last nignt.
t; The Cubs licked the Braves, 5-1,
and the Phillies defeated Xh$ Pir
' Cleveland climbed to within two
Sames of the American League
lead of snapping the White Sox'
nine game winning streak, 4-3;
Boston beat Baltimore by the same
4-3 score: the Yankees mauled the
Senators, 8-1, and rain caused post
ponement of the Detroit Kansas'
The Cards snapped a five-game
Ssing streak in their victory over
e Redlegs but they got a scare
irr the ninth when Cincinnati ral rallied
lied rallied for four runs. Reliever Larry
Jackson posted his fifth victory al although
though although Hoyt Wilhelm was the one
who finally put the Redlegs' fire
dut.. St, Louis picked on five Cincy
jSitehersfor IS hits, -with Don Blas Blas-mgame
mgame Blas-mgame driving in four runs for the
Cards. Ed Bailey homered.
, Rookie outfielder Frank irna
ga, piayinfe In htayirst nujor
bn ro holp
mH losor' Warren Spahi
Jtrip the Braves. Moo Drabowiky
iwonr mo routo for cnicago, scat-
4rina nllM kits ki. larnniJ
-: (triumph. (
The Phillies used home runs by
Chico Fernandez, Rip Repulski,
Cranny Hamner and Willie Jones
to hand the Pirates their 11th de defeat
feat defeat in the last 14 g a m e a. Bob
friend, the loser, gave up the first
three homers while Luis Arroyo
Was nicked for' Jones' circuit.
Bookie Jack Sanford recorded his
(ifth victory although needing re relief
lief relief from Dick Farrell in the eighth.
Rocky Colavito drove in three
of Cleveland's four runs against
Chicago even though he got only
one hit, a sine. His single drove
in Bobby Avila with the winning
Pitcher Art Ceccarelli's '- eighth
inning mental lapse enabled the
Red Sox to score the winning run
against the, Orioles. With one out
and runners on first and third- in
the eighth, Gene Stephens hit an
easy grounder, back .to the mound,
Ceccarelli tossed the ball to first.
retiring Stephens but Dick Gernert-
.J i. : l. .u -i
iatcu uuiiic wiui iiie ueciuiug run,
Later, Ceccarelli explained ha
saw a "gray uniformed figure"
holding third 'beta. Ho thought
it wa Gornert. But it wii Boi'
ton third base coach Jack Burnsi
Jim Brjdeweser hit his first ma major
jor major league homer in the fifth with
two on td account for all of, the
Orioles' runs. Ike Delock was the
winner in relief of Frank Sullivan.
Tom Sturdivant nitched a four-
hitter to beat the Senators as the
Yankees snapped out of their hat-
ting slump with 13 hits, including
a two run homer by Andy Carey.
Southpaw Chuck Stobbs,, the Wash Washington
ington Washington starter, was knocked out in
the third inning and the loss
brought his season record to 09.
He has lost 14 straight games dat dating
ing dating back to last September 5.
Favorite To Win
ft- ,': .'i "ft.
first trip to tho IH for fit J'V
Kubs and followed with a triplo TFJ?? U
Fangio of Argentina .nd This tto-
piioi sunmg Moss of Britain will
star In a field of 70 racing teams
in Sunday's 1,000 kilometers
sports car race. ;
. ye.m.a, ;-r;;-:'.
(Based on 75 Official at Bats)
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club gab ,r h Pet
Robinson, Cinci. 32 139 28 50 .360
Aaron, Mil. 31136 32 48 .353
Groat. Pitts. 30 120 16 42 .350
Musial, St Louis 31 129 19 45 .349
Bailey. Cinci. 32 105 22 36
Hodges, B'klyn 30 120 17 41
Hoak, Cinci. 34 114 18 39
Mays, New York 32 124 24 41
xnomas, jf uts. 29 m 12 40
Fondy, Pitts. 25 110 14 38
40 S treamlin ed; R6 adsfe rs
Try to Qualify for 5 00 Race
Williams, Bos. 29 103 23 43
Fox, Chicago 29 109 22 39
Mantle, N.Y. 30 as 23 35
Bertoia, Detroit 31 105 11 37 .352
Wertz,. Cleve. 30 104 20 35 .337 .337-Simpson,
Simpson, .337-Simpson, K.C. 33 120 17 40 .333'
Power. ,K.C. 21 81 12 27 .333
Mauch. Boston ; 21 81 11 27 .333
Mlnoso, Chicago 29 111 20 36 .324
Demaesm, -K-C. 32 W 14 28 .322
Aaron, Braves 11
Moon, Cards 9
Mathews, Braves 7
(Six tied with 6 each)
Williams, Red Sox 10
Sievers, Senators 9
Zernial, Athletics 8
Mantle, Yanks 7
(Five tied with ,5 each)
RUNS BATTED IN
Furillo, Dodgers .......... 31
Aaron, Braves 29
Robinson, Redlegs 26
Post, Redlegs 24
(Six tied with 22 each)
Sievers, Senators 27
Doby. White Sox M 24
Jensen, Red Sox 22
Wertz, Indians .......... 21
Simpson, Athletics 21
hernial. Athletics 21
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(Based on 5
Maas, Tigers t. s 1
Gomez, TJiants 6 iv
Acker. Redlegs .... 5 1
Sanford, Phils 5 1
Wilson, White Sbx 5 1
W L Pet.
,.5 0 1.000
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ARRIVES FOR MEETING Accompanied by his wife. New
York Yankees' outfielder Hank Bauer arrives for a conference
at -the district attorney' .office in New York. The meeting
Involved Bauer and Edwin Jones, who had the ballplayer ar arrested
rested arrested via a' citizen's arrest for allegedly hitting him during a
brawl1 at a nightclub. Bauer, who denied hitting Jones or any anybody
body anybody vise during the fracas, wha released- In the custody
' of his lawyer r
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The race, the third 1.000 kilo
meter race to be held on the fa-
mnilA 99ft10 lHlnmotja., MnArkni-.
gring: isUie' fourth event out of Jackn' Cub8
seven counting towards the man- '! i -" H
uracturers world championship. Iburgring track earlier this -week
I but joined time trials only on
The 4.5 Maseratis. one of them Friday.
manned by Fangio and Moss, are The 1,000 kilometer race Is con-
favored in the field of cars of
all sizes entered for the race.
"k.v't "I. -A-'
Thesje-wete otheffYinkees In the
Conacabana- tie ngntofeUM au
er brawl esides Q6' ''who ot
their names in the paper...au eel
ebratine Billv Martin's Dirtnaay,
some had tha loresignt to leave
Valuo of succeis: if Doug Ford
hadn't won tho Matters he would
have boon anubebd for tho Palm
Beach .Invitational at which ho
popped off a year .ago
Last of the red-hot chompers is
Nellie Fox of the White Sox, who
sports the biggest cud of tobacco
in baseball. .not tne waierea oown
stuff of his contemporaries a
chaw diluted with cnewine gum
off the field you can always find
sldered by experts as one of the
greatest tests of cars and drivers.
The ring built in the Eifel
Fangio. who won last Sunday's Mountains near the West German
Grand Prix of Monaco after caDltal of Bonn measures 22.810 a black ciear in Nellie's mouth, e-
Moss, Colllngs and Hawthorne kilometers to a lap and racers ven when he's relaxing in bed in
crashed themselves out of the must negotiate 174 curves each his hotel room before a game.
race. tooK a look at tne Nuer- time tney go around.
D dn't'Tonv Anrh6ny't hand
lers nvb a reeler for a Fioyd
Patterson fight, by pa sing tho
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The rrfost amaxing aspect of the
jumbled heavyweight situation is
that critics have claimed for years
the only trouble with boxing is Jim
Norm' strangle-hold..now along
comes Cus D'Amato with strong
intent, to break that grip..and the
means of doing it (the champion)
..and he's ridiculed throughout
Only trouble with ontciontlowa
CuS is his verbosity and emotion,
alitm that's antagonised tho
proas . .which doesnl take him
Patterson may not be fighting
and not making money. .but he'll
never wind up like Joe Louis or
Sugar Ray Robinson, in hock to
Uncle Sam..his lawyers are pro prominent
minent prominent tax counsellors wPattersoa
doesn't need a contract proinente
, with D'Amato figures he'd bo no
place wiinoui.ina. .mucn tne
same kind f loyalty that Rocky
.Maricano' once had for Al Weill..
A NatioMal Football League
owner admitted to Harry Wia Wia-mer
mer Wia-mer that tSo clubs made onowgh
from exhibitient (for which they
donf pay players not to worry
about regular season attendenco.'
Predictions: CkoDy. Dresses la
his new personnel job will clash
with his Washington bos bosses
ses bosses and be out io a year.. the Giants
will have a mid-ceaeo shaken? shaken?-this
this shaken?-this will be Frank Lane's last sea season
son season in St. Louis-
INDIANAPOLIS Ind, May 25
(UP) About 40 streamlined road roadsters
sters roadsters were' expected to be pushed
to the starting line today as the
final time trial-weekend for next
Thursday's 500-mile auto ra.ee op
ened under threatening skies.
The parade of powerful cars was
led by those of national chamnion
Jimmy Bryan and Paul Russo but
tne : weathermen held the trump
cara just as he did last week.
Only nine ears ware- ejualif led
In tho rain shortened first wook wook-ond
ond wook-ond and forecasters .hold out lit little
tle little hop for improved weather
If the nrnErratn anew aft on ihif
uie, uryan wul be first on the
siarang line, .when the, arreen flae
is raised. Qualifications 1 w r e
scneauied to get under way at 1
a.m. luiyi.- .1
The original forecast of posible
SUUWC19 uy.uiis anernoon or even.
ing was revised to scattereH xhnnr.
era nayriong and the outlook for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow wasn't any better. i
If rain prevents comnlftinri f f ha
o : H.J. r 1 -.
r. lineup : tor tne annual Me Memorial
morial Memorial Day classic, "qualifications
wifl.be extended' to Mondav or
luesday If necesarv.
itusso's Novi was considered' the
best bet to 'shatter the Ana anH fnm.
lap records of 146.056 and 145.596
uipn respecuveiy set by Pat Fla
hertx last year, 1
- m ' : i
Russo steered his eight-cylinder
supercharged machine around
the course at a speed close to
145 mph yesterday fastest prac prac-tica
tica prac-tica lap this spring. Teammato
Tony Bottenhason, in another
Noyirt did nearly as wall, but
the ... supercharger mechanism
was damaged and the ear was
pushed back to the garage.
i rom a w e a t h e r ataifrinntnt
1 WB me nest, day in
nearly t w6, week sY Fort v ar
practice spins. But nn wo.
.... J . 1--IUU-
uaicu twora lurtner. competition
here this yeajf. Rookie Tony Bon-
rial.,' I2nA xt .
"lu". .x., lost control in
the northwest turn and hit the wall
tail first. Bonadie imi ...i
injury but the car wa a trw ..t...
oil j : r T
uuigea -to oe repaired for
It was the eighth crasH since the.
irckt)opened Mav L th sec second
ond second Ume a ear was damaged be beyond
yond beyond repair for this year. Keith
wa iaiauy injured in a
rUif May 15- The brand-new
car ne drove waa nwnni h r.ii
.CANin Z"' who Tthen decid-
the stand; I 8 event 'ron
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The Phantom Raiders
THE IXXER CIRCLE
Salt Lake Raiders (
Questiont who manages T the
Indians, Korby Farroll or flank
Croonbrg?..and' isn't -Al Smith Smith-tho
tho Smith-tho most underpaid star in tho
The Reds' George Crowe has
seven brothers..all hot shot bas
ketball players in high school and
college..Crowe was a good enough
eager to play with the New York
Rnaissance..aiso star with Jackie
Robinson on a Lbs Angeles pro
cage team after World War II. .
when he replaced Ted KluszewsM
at first, the Rbmelanders shrugged.
At-least we'll be better in the
field."..but when George first
came up to the majors with the
Braves, it was his poor filovework
that leld him back.
Moo Drabowtky, t h o Cubs'
bonus pitcher with tho million
dollar tvtvro, has boon a spring
flop) because he's forgotten, a a-bout
bout a-bout roaring back and firing tho
batl..it aiming it instead... right
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insist the bet fun town in the big
leagues is QncinnatL.the. worst,
Boston . ,-
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
vnUltf and snlings lollow:
fceatUe 4, Vancouver s (2nd)
Sacramento Hollywood 2
Los Angeles 13, Portland 7
San Diego 2, San Francisco 1
Hollywood .. 26
Los Angeles .
San Diego ..
17 ; .595
r; ; NATTONAT. l.r.Ar.mr
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tinciunau d. 23 11
Milwaukee 19 11
Brooklyn 19 ll
Philadelphia ;', 17 13
St. Loula . 14 17
New York I 14 19
Chicago , 9 19
Pittsburgh ... 8 22
St. Louis at Cincinnati (N)
, Milwaukee at Chicago
New York at Brooklyn
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
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' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
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Brooklyn 030 100 20x 6 10 0
Antonelll (3-5). Rnrnlnv PM.
Elk. Consueera and Kraft
Newcombe l4-sv anri roWmao-
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rnnaaeipnia 002 003 llx 7 8 V 1
jraena. (3-4), Arroyo, and
Sanford (5-1). Farrell anrl ti-
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Cincinnati 100100 0046 11 0
Jones. Jackson fs.n witheim
and H. Smith.-
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4 18 12? .600 ,3
17 16' .515 5Vi"
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12 18' .400 9
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Washington at New York
Boston at Baltimorer
,.. mcaga ac Cleveland -Detroit
at Kansas City WX
YESTERDAY'S, RESULTS '
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New York 022 011 02x-8 13 I
Stobbs. (0-9) mviiri i -tTvA
and Fltegerald,' 7"7
sturdivant (3-2) and Howard,
'sj (Night Game,
Boston 002 nnn nwi a ia
Baltimore' 000 030 000 l a
Delock I ra- v amt
Wight t0-J Hou'tteman, Cec Ceccarelli,
carelli, Ceccarelli, Johnson and Triandos.
Chicago 000 012 005 3 4 i
Cleveland loo 010 20x 4 8 0
Harshman. rfsche .1 t-
Palme, stalev and Tsiiinr
Lernon, Tomanek (1-0)" t;Nir
-J Detroit at Kansas city'
' I (Postpohed. rain)
Jackson-Patterson Titled Bout
Set for July lii Polo Grounds
aws xukk. May 25-(UP)-A i Jackson rfrom th rvtr.
heavyweight title fight Is U.et
Chamnion FlOVd Patfrsnn will
defend against Tommy VHurri-
canc- jacicson at tne. Polo
Grounds, home of the New Vork
oaseDau manta. The light will
oe neia aurine tne ia.xt wiwir nf
July probabhT on Tuesday night.
JUly 30. -v r -i ..,,.
Chairman Julius Helfani of
tne New York State Athletic
commission, said: "AH.- terms
nave Deen agreed upon." He ex
pected contracts to be signed
wuiun nours. jacKson's manager
said Patterson will iret 40 oer
cent ana Jackson 20 per cent of
The fieht will be the first
heavyweight title bout under an
independent promoter in 20
years., The promoter will be Emil
Lence. who was hand-Dlcked bv
Patterson's manager, Cus D'Ama-
j. ince is a wealthy dress
manufacturer from. Nrv Vnrk
who promoted some of patter patter-son's
son's patter-son's first professional fights.
D'Amato has, a long-standing
grudge against promoter Jim
Norrls and his. International
Boxing Club. ; He finally wooed
with ithntf-tolz neroentataL jrir-
aoncould-afford to be indepen
dent because he la the only ehaW
lenger who,could draw a-big gate..
The laar snarl was Ironed out
at a two-hour meeting among
Helfand and managers and- law lawyers
yers lawyers lor both fighters. Lence was
cut lnsvia? teleohone. -TVAmatn
had been demanding that Jack Jackson
son Jackson put up money guaranteeing;
w,.wwu. u wuh uiuuiu ,UB Will.
Jackson finally guaranteed the
return,. but he won't put up
money. j .4.
This will be the first defense.
for the 22-year-old Patterson.
He took a split decision from tha
25-year-old Jackson laat June.
That gave Patterson a shot at
the vacant title, and he -won it
in November by knocking out Ar Archie
chie Archie Moore in the fifth round,
Other promoters have lined us
bouts, too. Middleweight con
tenders Rory Calhoun and Joey
Giambra sighed tor a June 21st
fight in Syracuse. Heavyweights
Willie Besmanoff of Germany
and unbeaten Alex Mltlff of an
fentlna were lined up for Juneu Juneu-Q
Q Juneu-Q ta New York. ; :
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G. Blaylock.smd Green; Hahfl.,
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Semproch, Hunsinger (7)' and
Buiuvaa; Kite and Watllnrton.
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Amor and Oarcia; Douelas,
ftachy ) and Kravitx. WP:
Burtschy. HR's: Escalera, Tooth-
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SATURDAY, MAT 25, 1957 '.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
By HARRY 6RAYS0N
NEW YORK (NEA) When
Ht' .HIT .soa
- CllAtfGE OF CEH2
I GHUNTBQ FQOM TUB flOH5 ,.'
, i G rr , L
' '' ., ... G-MBN THE ..;.
' a. CHANCE 'A6 A k.
visSfwri..,-" BALTIMORE OUT- .JL'i.V
' v ? FIELD fi&ULAfZ, fij
X .-. y BECOME A f, XI
; tor no matter how you et lt.:
Of wiMi 4t lfortunu
n L H. .rlJiMinaonUt -in -1U' attltudev itowara
ornKs. xie wum
trade, 'and "What'
v --. v
K more, n owucn nuiu uo v, 7-i
. BaebaU. on th other hand, is 'less mwiwau or
. a .(111 1- walnimi
ma more uuihuh w "T. . 4 t
basebaU games than on horse; rates. 5 ;n h
. flplayerS ire notortow crista, Veron't
to knock dow fences In htt own specUl anpyNM, Jhey won t
be able to make tranquUliers last enoneh- WJg2
thmVs exert calming-Influence which dijoars;ed tatr6tkm
ln?f.hSen. eoneentration en. the business in Wnd5 like fet,
ting base hltf for instance r.:1::," ; yp ; : 4
fUte-iAl Weill, tho'wnnoisseur of rare cullflowett.-wM,teU-Ing
how thejt helped him. '.l,;,,'. .Vf;:
When Rocky Marclano decides lie. don't wans 10 iusns n
wnra .. hft droDDed out of
auaaca 4. icci
of them pills and I am my old self again, which Is naamlous.
1 -Mr; Weill left us' in the dark as t6 wWI thajtjij
applied to his old self or the effects of the
.iit: c.rfio imoriinUT hiran to sret astonishing results,
.tale than 10 daTsfce bounced he has fJoux .ywmg
hPvwelirhta. -and the onW ouestlon was which oner w Wing
to win the championship first.
: ivnm dMtor friend we
..mh tn hjk rtariffornii. nrt hnntH ha used "Only undet meolcat
UDerrision; the odds would seem
function differently than others; those whicn mauce wp"
- should be handled, with extra care, or else the pill-ee may find
i himself considering suicide, r j ; j i,.., t 'j
- i--, f- i - y
K-- : i -V"-'1:' V"" ' X"- if-t -'
. 7., jjdon't.wake hem J..:;i:.
It Is refreshlnjr to come across an instance Involving
st of drugs In sports thatia altogether free of chicanery.
The plaintive bleat 1 was drugged" has been the escape
hatch of frustrated pugilists for decades. Jim Jeffrie was us using
ing using it as far back a W10 to explain why he hadn't been able
to redeem the white race in his brawl with Jack Johnson. ,
i Wben Harold Johnson raised the familiar ery tn Philadel Philadelphia)
phia) Philadelphia) ample of years ago the commiMion took him seriously.
A total stranger gave him an orange shortly before fight tlm,
ha at it, got skk and was stopped in two rounds by one Julio
Mederos, reportedly st protege of that sterling sportsman Jake
LaMoUa. The commission rejected the defense contention John.
on was auerrie U citras. and
Brotherly Lt has been blacked out ever since. . ;
The liaa-ue-leadlRS' White Sox. here for a two-gam series,
had- stolen nearly twice as tnany bases as any -other club in
the majors, and It's all too clear they don't get that way on
,tranqlllzers.- Could it be that they are using what the racing
people1 ahudderingly call speed balls? They'd won seven straight
decisions to get a running. . and we do mean running. .Jump
cn tto field.
We wrote it "seven straight decisions' on purpose. The
Whit Sox gam with Baltimore Saturday ended in- a tie, hav having
ing having been called so they could make train connections for Bos Bos-;ton.
;ton. Bos-;ton. What happened here was typical of baseball's effrontery.
Oririnally shedud for the afternoon, tbe game was moved
naer the lirfcts to erstd ronflkt with the Prcakness la the
bopekf getter a fat bx of rice. If tbe game ended before tbe
time limit expired, the iuu would get to see a complete game.
U tt aidaX . so what?
What harpna nowT .The fans who paid to see a complete
game; but tiUdnt wUl be' Invited back at a later day to aeo the
tie resoived, nd all it w-1 cot them is tLe regular price. We
know the bta3 br Con t give a hoot. . but we are sur surprised
prised surprised the btr rr.tnrt dnl squax at how their potential
customers are V.ctt J arctiri
I J ITTIN OM MV
'. ;; i
w Li5e T.Swd
,.ij k. hoi-ran nn ineii
i that mora money Is, bet on
- ; v.w-
y, ', ;-Vr
learn Jthat the" pills- are potent
to be against addiction; some.
pns ficnung la e city 01
Kerbv Farrell was named1 man
ager of the Indians, it was written
and said that his big test would
come when it was time to take out
a member of the Big Three.'
'If the 'bush' manager pan panicked."
icked." panicked." it was said, "he wouldn't
An" ' -v .-, -1 v
The Cleveland pattern has been
the same' for years, with- three
stickout pitchers getting the most
money and pretty much running
the works. First it was Bob Fel
ler. Bob Lemon and Early Wynn,
Mike Garcia replaced Feller and
now Herb Score completes t h e
triumvirate, 'jf-. -yrfMr...
Lou Boudreau and then AI Lopez
more or less went along with the
standout pitcners, tigurmg mat it
was sound business. How would
Farrell, who spent practically : all
of his 25 years in basebaU in the
minors, react when it was time to
take ,., out one of the- -older, pitch
ine answer is that FarreU, a
fighting Irishman from-the rolling
country of western Tennessee,
waded right in where Boudreau
and Lopez feared to4read.
Tn challenge- c erne when' the
Athletics scored four runs off the
veteran Wynn in the fourth inning
in Cleveland. Wynn croused and
kicked things around in the club-
nousa.- The burly righthander who
four times has won- 20 or more
games violently oblected to beinir
yanKed .wiule he sUilAad a chance
"With this club,' I got to get a
run wnerever i can, explained
The Tribe i was in Baltimore
when baseball -writers took up
Wynn's, complaint with Farreu.
"ran is the first rv heard or
it." said the new head man.
"Wynn didn't say a word to me.
can't help how a pitcher feels
when he is taken out r-you know
that And I'll tell you something
else. I'LL MANAGE this club as
long as I'm here.; r,-,
t -'11 1 '4 ; S ;
Wynn pitched that night and the
score was tied at the end of nine
innings. As Wynn returned to the
dugout. Farrell patted him on the
back and aaid'You PITCHED a
fine gam." Wynn was the lead lead-off
off lead-off batter in the 10th, you see. and I
Farrell had decided to pinch-hit
Bobby, A Vila for rhim. Wynn once
more lumbered to the dressing
room teeming with" rage and dis disappointment
appointment disappointment . v v
. Avila struck out out Jim Busby
tripled and..AI Smith doubled.
WynnVas credited with his fourth
victory and everybody, including
tbe pitcher, was happy, :
More important to the future
success of the Indians, Farrell
had convinced all hands that he
was making all the decisions..snd
without the slightest hesitation.
Kerby Farrell, who has won pen pennants
nants pennants in virtually all classifies-
JKFS PRO.:. No 2 ;
Stance Is Base Of Game
" EDITOR'S NOTE:. This I the
second of 12 articles written for
NEA and The Panama American,
by Ed Dudley, professional of rho
A u vita National and Broadmoor
Golf Club of Colorado Springs. A
toachor for 3 yr. Dudley has
iron InstrvctloM to and p I a y e
with many fiml pooplo, : inclwd inclwd-tmj
tmj inclwd-tmj ProsMont Elsonhowor.
By ED DUDLEY
Written lor NEAervk
Early discusion of the stance is
s genera luatioo of course. As the
player advances toward the stage
of a refined technique, be is in involved
volved involved in tbe minute study of a
different position to suit every dub.
Tbe foundation is simple. Tbe at
tainment req aires professional
help combined with a tot of prac
Tbe staftc is the foundation of
the game and it 1s. essential that
the player bo comfortable. If you
rre not standing properly, tt is im im-poibe
poibe im-poibe to hit tbe ball straight' j
Generally speaking, st to out outset
set outset tbe feet should not be any wid wider
er wider apart than tb width of the
. I recommend a normal square
stance with tb left foot slightly
trpen, or pointed a bit more to the
Wt This enables the player to
keep bis balance. rerer bo c3J
BALBOA SUMMER LEAGUE
TEAM STANDINGS '
Rod m air
.. ... II I
but. balls behaved badly .bringing
barren, r bounties In ; tbe scores
Thursday night fifth week of the
Summer League. Not a single 600
series was roiled. 'i ops iui- t.m
nifrht -was 585.. Mi ate r "3B's".l
meaning Bowler Bud Balcer, post-;
ed this.4 ; ;i- .feixfe-.V -s 4 ?'
Taking 'the teams alphabetically
or by team standings, their is no
ditlerence, pota speu out AiorooK.
The flyers are stm leading the,
pack, but unlik th first 'i three
weeks, they.; take' power alive
one in a while and when they do
the enemy is able to score a hit
Thursday night the lowly curun curundu
du curundu congregation conked thVlfyers
for one point Thus proving the
Albrooks are not all jet propelled
and can U f-
x Enough : of this wishful .valuaf
tions now,, down to facts; i?' ;
Albrook took, three points with
their team captam. Bob Richard
son scoring the high series of 539.
This match produced two "200"
games; Liedner with 216 and Dick
Brown with 204. After Curundu
took the second 'gam by 31 pins.
the flyers really bombarded and
devastated their opponents by 214
points. Fernandez from across the
border lea tne resisting jorces 01
Curundu with 503 series for the
Rodman in the runnerup position
in -the- league, kept pace with the
leaders by also capturing three
points, Todd posted the high game
for the season, rolling a 242; which
topped the previous mark of .238
credited to Coffey, Todd started
with a strike, and after he had
four spares he found the spot by
rolling seven consecutive strikes.
This linescore overshadowed his
teammate ; Pope's beautiful za
rhalked ho in the first game. JJes
nit hi. twn hieh aames. Bob
Toland was mgn man ior jtouman
with a 561. series. For. the losers,
Lane was ion -OWJer ior ootn
teams, nosing out Tolana witn
!W3 set. Si-.W'.-i ; K-rA.-
Cocoll wtl another I to l point
victor. with tos1' Rios being the
victim, me iwo ancnor men
Spostaf and JChuck McGarvey with
a 533 were tops in this conflict. In
this contest only two games ver
"200'.' were rolled; and, both";, of
them' right "on the nos for, even
''200' going to undennerg v ana
McGarvey, and both Of the scores
played an important part in gain gaining
ing gaining the last two games, plus total
pins-. s ,-?m
The next S to 1 victor- was Bal
boa versus the losers Corozal. This
match, was featured, if you can
call it a feature, by the lack of high
scores. There were no-200 games,
not even a. 500 aeries. The nearest
to the mark was Ed Lowande's
high gam of ; 194 and 483 set This
match left. the boys talking to
themselves, all the bad breaks in
bowling were witnessed on these
two alleys splits cherry pick
ing, misses; etc., yon nam it and
these poor unfortunates had it It
was a good night to get it out of
Amador, harvested in on night
as many points as they gathered
aurmg lour weexs. in ue win col
tions, would like to further change
the Cleveland Pattern.
' The trouble is that he hasn't en-
ough new parts. 1
Flay the long clubs off the left
beeL As tn loft of tbe club U in increased,
creased, increased, th pn&itioa of tb ball is
moved back. Tbe feet become clos closer
er closer together.
NEXTt Stertwg tno c)vt back.
"5 V .. r-l, t. .'.
umn, Amador navy men had 3, and
yet they- clobbered the favorite
Farfan ."Flyers' by It 3 to 1 mar margin.
gin. margin. The sailors dropped the first
one by 11 pins, but won the next
two .and gained total pins by 35.
Dick Bliss spearheaded the-Wavy
armada by having a 513 set Green Greenfield
field Greenfield was -tops for Farfan with, a
513, followed by Selm also from a a-cross
cross a-cross the Canal with a 512.. Tnese
aueys aurnoer one and two., nem
esis ior many bowlers lived up to
their reputation, because "200"
games were conspicuous by their
Alleys, 11 ,and 12, produced the
oiUjr even Stephen outcome. An An-cqu
cqu An-cqu 2 points and Diablo ditto. These
two tivals pitted Mr. r3B's"; Bowl Bowler
er Bowler Bud Balcer against Billy the
Kid, "yea", I mean Bill.fJoffey
. .when these two keglers. get to
gether .the pins are bound to fly.
For Ancon Mr.- "SB's" scores 190,
another 190 and a 205 for the night,
the best of all the bowlers for the
night. Whereas Billy had k. 194, 172
and 192.. ? -ii-" .;.';:
i?i,1i ?n tovtirsi gam. by 7
P"" butAncon won the second by
hi?a3lVDlaH!? took th game
by 9 pins which was pot sufficient
to make up the deficit suffered in
tn second part of the' match, so all
honors' were even; ? ,
Dick LeBeau. bad two breaks,
on good and one bad. The good
one was when he picked up the, 4,7,
10 spirt, and the bad one when with
a perfect strike, ;thVJ)0y on the
stool pushed th button, ringing the
mg FOOL:' LeBeau, undaunted,
threw another strike but on the
score sheet only a mere spare was
t This shows the difference be be-tween
tween be-tween bowling and playing bin ball
machines, in the latter wren bells
are rineins and 11 oh.
p ayer is elated but in bowling the
Player U dejected.
Ho"or fo for the weak
, 600 series None.
-'200" games Balcer 205, Lind.
enberg 200. McGarvev Kin
2343, Todd 242, Tolan 200 Law
2Liein?, ;2ie' Waaoi
i-.ie-c1'1 ,verei for the five
"sT iwwlers for the first four
wouey zue, Almeda 193. Bal
Cer 183'.Lht m nd Tolnd i81.
Announces the opening of
their NEW : STORE ON MONDAY MAY
'Kfi nwiohhd bid thsi cah"
4) fO tAUOA
Our Hew Phon? I I-:
: I-: llumbsr 2-0754
Inside Customer Parking : 40,000 tq. fuof Customer Service
Pitintiiig Body and Fender Repair Gum Replacement Undercoating
Cleaning Replacement Parts for all Automobiles.
It's time to step iip to
1 1 1 ''i 1 1 ' ' i l
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Don't miss another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of th incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
If 8 time for
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--THE PANAMA AMERICAN AT lKIDIi Xi;rr D AILT -KIW SPAPEB7
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JEAtUr-OAY, MAT 25, 18ST
ASS IF I E D S
; THIS ePACE-IS FOR SALE
FOR liVIFORMATIOJM. TELEPHONE 2)740
' r j v ri f-v, , " f 11 1 f g i I
i Boats b Motors
III : :
I Houses I
Vittt m'. attractive two-bed
mini Cheler with meld' worn
and bath.' fenced in arV;TU arV;TU-phona
phona arV;TU-phona Panama i-3305.
FOR RENT: Fumiihtd 2 bid bid-ream
ream bid-ream chalet $65 00. ltt St.
No. 4. Camp ltfra. Phona
ini DEklT. Turn kajraam
chilat, furntohad. Phona J-8887,;
PHILUPr Octansld Cettaga
Santa Clara. Bex 1690 Pana Pana-,
, Pana-, rtia, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Ratarva NOW. I Inoxpantiv
' aatiaffing vacations, Santa
Clara Baaeh. Shrapnel's fur fur-pished
pished fur-pished hooses. Phono Balboa
1 FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Unja
beach heasa. On mila past Ca
sin. Phen Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Furnished room.
Two parsons without children.
L" St. No. 1241, in front Ufl Ufl-islativ
islativ Ufl-islativ Palace.
.'NEW YORK Evangelist BUly
Graham on the problems of mod modern
ern modern times;
"We have listened to the voice
t man on these problems long e e-Mugh.
Mugh. e-Mugh. Now let us listen to God
for a change."
''TWASHINGTON Marilyn "Mon "Monroe,
roe, "Monroe, on reports that she is expect expecting
ing expecting a baby:
"I wouldn't care to comment on
Wat at this time. .I'd rather not
fax anything about it."
'ItAlLahASSEE, f., Melvln
Sills on the Jlorid a governor's'de governor's'de-tjsion
tjsion governor's'de-tjsion not to extradite the Ellis'
ti Massachussetts where they
vfould have a hustody battle for
iieirradopted dauglfterr HtWyri
; Vine s governor; capiaifljyjiw.f d
ijNEW YORK Vice President
Richard M: Nixon oh charges that
tie administration is spending the
ryuon into bankruptcy:
'A sound American economy is
a) essential as a strong national
dfens4 .our government expen expenditures
ditures expenditures must never be allowed to
reach or to remain too long at a
level where they destroy the pro productivity
ductivity productivity of our economy."
RYE, NY. District Attorney
. Joseph F. Gagliardi on 14-year-old
Andrew Casey's rifle killing of his
mother and sister:
'"He A( Andrew) Had been think thinking
ing thinking of shooting the place up but
be didn't plan it specifically for
last night. It came on him all of
At Fort Clayton
The Fort Clayton Army Educa Education
tion Education Center has scheduled a new
off-duty group study class in begin beginning
ning beginning Spanish starting Monday eve eve-Eing
Eing eve-Eing at 7 o'clock. The class will
meet each Monday and Wednesday
evening from 7 to 9 for a period
of eigbt weeks.
i The course covers the same rua rua-.
. rua-. lerials presented in the first sem semester
ester semester of a beginning course in a
foreign language at the college lev lev-,
, lev-, tX
, Personnel may enroll or receive
further information ly calling the
-rt Qeyton Army Educatioa Cen Center
ter Center at 87-2161. 1
New Bottom Paint 365
Took 5 y tars to develop.
No mors mid-ssatbri haul haul-out,
out, haul-out, ones a year is enough.
'Guaranteed to Stop all
for 365 days.
Cfa. Engcllon, S. A.
28th St. No. 12-129
ATTENTION, 0. I. ( Jm built
modem furnished apartment, I,
2 bad rooms. bt, cold wirof.
Phono Panama 3-494 h
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator.,
Porch, parJor-diningroom, btd
; room, screened, tiled, $55.00.
Inquire Home 112, Beliiario
Porras, near 'Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENTs-rModern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments, living-dining,
room,, hot water installation,
screened. Building ust built, opT
' posit, "Colegio Javier," 3rd Sr..
' Perejil. Ready for occupancy,
$70.00. For information call
Quijano, phone 2-2718 Eighth,
St. No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Modorn one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
room,' garage(maid's room, hot
water. New building, "J" Street
El Cangrej No. 2. See Quijano,'
8th Sly No. 5-30. Phon x2-2718A!'-..
. -: )
FOR RENT: Unfinished a.
' partment, private entrance.
Lovely residential section.1 Largo
living room, dining room,; two
bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's quarA
.tori, locked garage. Panama 3 3-0873.
0873. 3-0873. -:.U
FOR RENT: Completely fur.
nithed ; apartment, bedrooms,
living room, dining room, large :
porch', Venetian jblindt,' garage,,
hot water,, linen, China gla gla-wara.
wara. gla-wara. Exclusive residential sec section.
tion. section. Bella Vista, $175.00. Tale Tale-phone
phone Tale-phone Balboa 1443.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchenette. Available
June 1 0th, 4th of July Avenue.
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, 2 baths apartment, air air-conditiened,
conditiened, air-conditiened, hot watef, screened,
Linens, d I s h s. .Bella Vista,
SI 60.00. Call Panama 3-3347.,
FOR RENT: Two bedroom a a-partmant
partmant a-partmant en ground floor, spaci spacious
ous spacious and cool, Gl inspected. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished $80.00, Jose do Fsbrege
Avenue No. 1 6, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: $50.00 another
furnished apartment. North A A-merican
merican A-merican neighbors, frequent
transportation. Phene 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Partly furnished a-
partmant,.s2 bedrooms, in Saba-W-Tl;
JOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartment, two bedroom,
balcony, cool and deer. 45th St.
No. 22-13, Belle Vista
FOR RENT: Cool, screened
modern apartment, dining-living,
2 bedrooms, lergo kitchen end
balcony. Ave. Jose do Fabrega
22 (Pasadena). Apply: "Ventu "Ventura"
ra" "Ventura" same address.
FOR RENT: Spacious two bed bedroom
room bedroom and two bathroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Riviere building. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-1661 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
room, stove, refrigerator, inde independent.
pendent. independent. 43th St. No. 64, Bella
FOR RENT: Two bedroom a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2nd. St. Perejil No.
17. $95.00. Garage and service
room. Call Tel. 3-1277.
Dog Cause Uproar
Al NY Airport
NEW YORK. May 25 (UP)-Orjc
of Tommy Manville's ex-wivea and
an English bulldog by the name of
"Captain Bhgh" threw Interna International
tional International Airport into an uproar to today.
day. today. The argument started over
where Captain Bligh was going tt
ride in the plane. Mrs Anita Man Manville
ville Manville Sutton, Mrs. MrnvilJe No. 9,
insisted the dog would be carried
in the navigator's xotm. Pan-American
World Airways officials
said the dog would ride in the car cargo
go cargo compartment.'
In the heat of the argument, the
55-pound Captain Bligh turned on
a baggage, foreman and bit him
on the hand and 12 passengers
stalked off the South America America-bound
bound America-bound nla n in TirAf avs f Ka
uproar The departure of the plane
was aciayea w minutes until Mrs.
lSuttn finally left the plane The
airline refunded her passage.
: Mrs. Sutton emerged from the'
plane in a rage. .
"This dog is going to fly to Bra-,
nl if I have to buy a plane," she'
said. l wouldn't go from here to
Brooklyn without my angel."
iReliqions Of East
Subject Of Talks
On Unitarian Slate,
i -. 1
I Three addresses on "Religion
of the East" will be heard tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, June 2, and June when
Mrs. Henry T. Schlaeppi con conduct
duct conduct the services of the Uni Unitarian
tarian Unitarian Society.
The gupjecti to be interpreted
are: "Karma, the Great Law of
Juwlce." "Reincarnation," and
The tint ll in-Vl em at 4
f- YOU D WITH ONE OF VB AGENTS OR OUR 'OFFICES AT H-ST H STREET, PANAMA-- tIBRERIA PRKCIADO-f Stteet. He. ACENCIAS
i??IAb PBJCAaONEsV-No. g-Lelteiy Ptoxa CASA ZALDO-Cenlrsl Ave. i LOURDK8 PHARMACY 2 La CaRasquUla FARMACIA LOM LOMBARDS)
BARDS) LOMBARDS) No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON 4th July Ave. J St. UWU SERVICE.Av. TlvoH Ne. FARMACIA ESI ADOS UMBOS 1U CvntwlAve.
PARMACIA .LUX 184 Central Avenue
the Bella Vista Theatre,
FOR SALE i Twa Hillman Husky, '.
low niileege, exceptionally good
buyi 1956 modelos. For infer h
motion caH Tel. 3-4568, 8 -. !.
12 noo. 2-5
fOR SALE: 1956 Mercury Mt.
Clair, hard top WS walls; fully
. equipped, $2,300.00. Phono
.FOR SALE 1949 Ford", 4 -door
Sedan. Coed condition, $375.00.
0420-1, Ancon. Phone 2-3651.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210 Hardtop with powerflide,
WW tires. Call Bllboa 2-6316.
FOR SALE-Duty paid,- xcel-.
lent condition. 1955 Plymouth
4-door station v wagon' with ra ra-dio,
dio, ra-dio, $1800.00,' 1956 4-door (
'Plymouth Savoy Sedan, power :
steerinf, automatic push button,
drive, $1(00.00,, J- Phone 3-4'
5471. 9:00 .m. t 5:00 p.m.'
FOR SALE: Bargain," tlack
Cadillac in perfect condition. 2a 2a-pateria'
pateria' 2a-pateria' Broadway, phono 2-2809,
FOR ; SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
Sedan, $400.00. Good condition,'
duty paid (North America
owner), Panama 3-7387. .,
FOR SALE. 1953 black Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Fordor 210, Radio, 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 t Bargain Ford V-8
Tudor Sedan, motor recently
overhauled, wheels aligned, seat seat-covers.
covers. seat-covers. Can bo aeon after 5:30'
p.m. 807-C TavemiHa, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4-door
Seden, green, $1,100. 23,000
miles. Phono Curundu 3121 or
FOR SALE; 1948 Baick S-
dan, very good condition,' $300.
Phone, kalbo 1698
FOR SALE J Four door. DeLuxe
Chevrolet,- Standard shift, radio,
excellent condition. Albrook
6237 5183. A
JF0R SALEs 1955 Chevrolet
"4-door Sedan,. 2-one.- excellent
iond;?mru.Blbe W7. ;
-rFOR SAltl 19511 esCV-8.
ji 4-door Sodau. f Excellent cendl--?.
lion, ,vvv mno. mono nai-
FOR SALE: Station Wag ;
1951 Pantiac, radio, hydromatic.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door Hardtop, powarglide, WSW
tires., Bast -cash affer next ten
"days. Cst $2,883, C.Z. Like
now. Balboa 767 A, Tel. Balboa
FOR SALEi 1955 4-deec Ford
Stetiet Wagon, power peck,
Fordbmatie, WSW tires, R H.
Phon 2-6392, Balboa.
F0R SAH: 1949 Kaiser, vary
good condition, new tire. $245.
Telephone Navy 2285.
FOR -SALE: Fiat Convertible,
1952, i good condition. Price
$250.00. Cell Balboe 1530.
FOR SALE: 1954 Pentiac star star-chief
chief star-chief 4-door Sedan, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Also English Parakeet with
cage. Call Kebbe 4235.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hudson Here,
at, 4-door sedan, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, through! $550.00.
Houe 8504 Margarita.
FOR SALE: Give away, price,
selling Hudson 51 four dew se sedan,
dan, sedan, with hydra matic Can b
seen et Rodelag-new building
San Greewria, Ave. Juste' Arose Arose-men.
men. Arose-men. Pric reduced, $220.00.
TRANSP0RTES BAXTER. S. A.
. Pecker Shipper Moms
Pbones 1 245 1 j2562
' Leans Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping Clasee dairy
3 to 5 p.m. PbM 2-2451
. m fcy-appalnlmsnt.
, Qibraltar lift Ina. Co.
for rate and Information
v TeL Panama. t-SSi
Dr. GERALDO 8. LIM
East 34th Street 6
across from Lax Theatre
Hour f :M am. to 1J:M
,J:H p-m. t 6.M pas.
': TeL ranama J-JZ7X.
- ; r .i Model V
TTitb F 1.2 Leu.
. f 5,--. :
9 ILBUtll -raaasmi
"' K Torfe Colia
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J, Fe. e
"v" Jauiu raine itevi
MOTORAL SALES SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
. LARGEST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA-
t DIOS AND T.V, SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO-
- NES CENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38.
FOR SALE; Save meitey by us.
ing 5n12"al2" Clayco Clay
Blocks. They are economical,
light and do not eracki $157.50
per thousand. Clayco and Alfa Alfa-reria,
reria, Alfa-reria, S. A.; Via EspaRa Ne, 37 37-47.
47. 37-47. Phono 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Percelai alnka.
i 16x18 ia whit and colors, class
"C" Special pric $5.00. Wash
tubs, same typo, $9.00. Clayco
Alfareria, S.A., Vlst Espana
'37-47. Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: One l.t eubie feet
Philc upright deepfreese; cute.
: matic Maytag washing' machine;
automatic Hotpoint clothes dryer;
Portable Singer sewing machine
ne 20 12 gaga mdl 1 2
Winchester, repeater pump thtt
gun,-oil above in like new condition,-
brand now Lambretta
(Italian) model 150, tw sealer
motor scooter. Quarters 64, AU
krok AFB, Lf. Col. Spielan.
FOR SALE: 14 cubic foot deep,
freese. Panama 3-0873.
FOR SALE: Uavlng Canal
Zone. Three aummer suits, new J
white Tuxedo slxe 18-42 long.
Phone, Navy 3665. ( i
I FOR SALE: Leaving, must sell
Began 110 G HI-FI Amplifier,
used 6 months. $55. Call, Pan Pan-am
am Pan-am 3-2109 after 1:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
puppies Registered la A.K.C.
32nd Street Ne. 3-7 1.
FOR SALE: r Asjusrium tank
.'and pumps (25-cycle), also mis mis-cellanaeus
cellanaeus mis-cellanaeus tables and electric
motors. Tel. Balke 4163,
nniirTrmri riTunwit' mJil
ounuiiu UULll. uiiio. asav
25 (UP Some 1,500 studenu;
iiroieaung anniung regulations at
Howling tireen S t a t University,
stagea a jUit seal rlotaarly to-
aay. -ihey commanaeered a fire
mica, damaged a
ana ouroed- iha -college oresident
The riots started: after student
Degau .. vurcaugui parade in Dro-
vwv u ''Eumeuiuiaiea acuon
gainst two fraternities wnich vi
lated the drinking bans; One per-
uu waa sugauy uuureu in tne ma male
le male which iasted about two hours.
D All Dana (Ivakma
ivvf. nuuci uiccuct
Guest Celebrant AI
St. Peter's Sunday
Th Rev. Roger H. Greene.
assistant priest at the Cathedral of
M. Luke and treasurer of the mis
sionary district, will be guest cel
ebrant, at bt, Peter churco,! La
Boca, tomorrow, Rogation Sun-
da, for the choral gcuharist start starting
ing starting 10:30 a.m.
At this service he will assist the
Rev. John Spear, priest in charge.
who will L leaving with Mrs.
Spear and their four boys oa Tues
day morning for three month' va
cation in the United States.
During the absence of Father
Spear, Kev. Green will administer
the congregation by celebrating
i holy communion each Sunday
morning at th former hour of 7.
celebration for the first Dun-
day la June, however, haa been
set at a.m. t
' On feast days, there will be a
communion service at B a.m., be beginning
ginning beginning with1 the Feast of th As Ascension
cension Ascension oa Thursday.
Father Spear, a native of N c w
HamrMhir. arrived on the Isthmus
in September of 1954. and was
StHopls Dnnking Rules
placed ia charg of St, Peter's'" "bloody plate
and SU Simon's churches by the
bishop, also named chaplain to
Gamboa penitentiary. He resigned
ss rector of St Albaa'a church in
Brooklyn, new York, to accept the
appointment to this diocese as a
missionary priest. 1 ..
4 Sailors Killed :
In Truck Crash
On Is: Of Rhodes
ISLAND OF RHODES, Msy ZS ZS-(VT)
(VT) ZS-(VT) Four sailors irons the vis visiting
iting visiting V. S. 6th fleet were killed
a thi us ere inhtred t"n t"n-dy
dy t"n-dy BifrM when th trwck -they,
ere rxling crashed in a ditch.
Names of the victims were with-i
beid peodirjg ooU&catioa tt kirn. 1
la Osu Ave. Ne. 41 FOTO DOMY Juste
1 Street FARMACIA "aAa" V Fossa Jil ) ovjojai avxnia ewe
FOR SALE: J-tW hvinf
room set, $85.00. ,7-pfae din dining
ing dining room set, $50.00. Bed, com complete
plete complete with back tost, $50.00.
Feue burne gas stove, $75.00
Venetian blinds and ether house household
hold household articles.. Everything in per-
: feet condition. Control Avenue'
N. 13-138, apartment 4.
FOR SALE s 8 cu. ft. refrigera refrigerator,,
tor,, refrigerator,, 60-cycle, excellent condi condition;
tion; condition; 'used 20 months, $150.00
Als gas stove, $25.00. Call
. Panama 3-4283.
FOR SALE-Laavinfl must ell.
5-piece living room set, 4-burn-r
gas stove, perfect eenditien.
Reasonably priced. Ay. Irnmt
Lfvr No. 40. i
FOR SALE: Automatic washing
machine and hot water heater
$50.00, vacuum elaanar $35.00,
dining room set $40.00, refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator $80.00, radi phonog phonograph
raph phonograph $175.00, with records. E.
L. Mann 8063 Vi 10th St., Apt.
FOR SALE: "Cemmy" washer
nd ths household goods. 1 1 2 2-A
A 2-A Jadwin Gambee er Phone 6 6-717.
717. 6-717. CaH after 6:30 p.m. Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, all day Sunday. :.
FOR SALE4 Pc' living room
suit. upholstered, wllk new,
House No. 14-7. Ave. f B" and
Call 20, Apt. 5. Any time.
FOR SALE. Large carved Chi Chines
nes Chines coder chest. 120 Via Porras,
beside Roosevelt Theatre.
Found' near Fart Sen Lprenxe
whit and i gray early : haired
female dog. Dark oar tips and
' taH. Phone 5-466, Getun.
Folic arrested two students,
who wer held in county jail. They
are William Carmany, 20, of Bed Bedford,.'
ford,.' Bedford,.' Ohio, and; Douglas R. Buck Buck-holts,
holts, Buck-holts, '19, Rochester, N.Y.,
i Folic armed themselves with
tear, gas guns and ringed the jail
to prevent 700 student from at attempting
tempting attempting to free those jailed.
.University President Ralph' Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald laid the. school's chapters
of Delta Tau Delta and Sigma Chi
fraternities had-violated drinking
rules in off-campus parties,
McDonald said the riot Vrose
out of deep resentment on the part
oi iwo mternitie perhaps oth other
er other v- over the nniveraitr ; Lquor
bans." He -: aaid disciplinary ac action
tion action will be taken "swiftly1 v a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst leader of the riot. Vv
Th f torchliiht narado m n A
from the Delta Tatf Delta house
to sorority trow,- wher official
prevented co d students from
Joining the rank. Then it moved
to U. S. Highway. 6 where demon demonstrator
strator demonstrator Staeed a aitown rrit
in noni oi w president's home.
- Straw from a eonstmptinn nm.
waa convenea mio a bonfire.
1.1 t m mat .
Diocsung iranic on. tne busy high-
When a fire truck arrived, atii.
dent took over, turned water on
firemen and the truck.. On fire
man was injured when thrown to
th grounds r
Some 20 state highway patrol
men ; and polic from Bowling
Green, the Wood County aneriff's
offic and from three nearby com communities,
munities, communities, were called him. ,,,.
Freed In Shooling :
Of Platoon Leader
BIRMINGHAM. Ale.: May 2S
(UP) A Ku Klux Klansman won
sa acquittal on charges of ass salt
WlU) intent t morder U a Shoot
wounded the leader of a
A circuit court iurvf Thursdsy
found Ira N. Evans, 32, innocent
in tM. shooting of J. P. TiUery,
Z3, at a auan rally last January.
Evaas faces another similar
charge in connection with the af
fray which left Tillery and Chid
Bridges 54, wounded. Kl-insmea
Asa E. (Aee) Carter. Hamld Me-
Bride and Louey Curry ato face
two caarge eaca. -
' The shooting erupted during an
argument between Tillery and Car
ter over musing JUaa funds.
Defse witness said several
shots were fired during the eon eon-funon
funon eon-funon when Carter left the speak speak-er
er speak-er a stand and headed toward Til Tillery.
lery. Tillery. Two witnesses said Evsfis
wss ia another part of the build-
Araeemene Ave. an 33 St FARMACIA
FOR SALI OR, LIASIt ,."L
Lema" building Including pas (
station 1 businas at San Carlos,
Inter-American highway, v lasf
payments.' Phen 3-6413 r ft
FOR RENT OR SALI: Mdm,'
nwly, built hm, 3 bedreems,
' 2 baths, studi. maid's rm
and bath, double ara, fenced
yard, partially furnished or un-
furnished. Shew vry fter fter-neon,
neon, fter-neon, Paifilla, Call 90 No. 7.
LiARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Tengr Prtns
-lba J-42J. Hanwtt and
Drs Waitet School f Dane-;
tng, Columbus Club, Balbea. "1
Summer classes In ballet, tap,1
acrobatic. Registrar! May 29th, l
- :00 to 12:00." t
By Mother Of Three
COLUMBIA, S.C May 25 UP
A 38-year-oid mother of three
who police charged held classes in
theft and sex perversion for teen teenagers,
agers, teenagers, was held today under bonds
totaling $17,500. ,:- .,
Five warrant rava been issued
against Mrs. Maliece K. Aver v.
cnargmg ner witn committing
lewd acts on a child, grand lar larceny,
ceny, larceny, and contributing to the de
linquency oi minors, i S e-'
Officers said Mrj Averv'ma-
tirminded a theft ring of children
12 years Old and older, and con conducted
ducted conducted classes at her home- : in
theft techniques and sex perver perversion.1
sion.1 perversion.1 ;'V fc.'i tVN
Sheriff Strother S. Si! ah i Wrl
Mrs. Avery had made a nine-oaa
statement admitting many of th
.b ... mi A : i
uurati .a-uursuay nigni
recovered from her homo clothing,
jewelry, lawn, furniture and other
items stola by th gang from
January to April. r
' :v:';'v.5.ri'v .t.
Slieh said also that same nt the
juveniles, implicated in the ease
have mads threatening ielephone
calls to others who have- bean
questioned by officers. V-.
f- "This office wlU go to the limit
to apprehend and -prosecute : any anyone
one anyone .responsible for auch ; calls"
Juvenile officer Frank : Pawel'.
who broke th case last week, aairt
ome'25' juveniles, had been im im-pucated
pucated im-pucated and nerhans as manv as
100 wera involved.
W E H A V E .TH E F I N EST.
After Looking Over Th e Used Cars On
i j; YOU ABLE (JOING TO VE'TO COME'v -;. ,-,
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1951 "FORD CUSTOM DELUX SEDAN
V l Good Tfr, Plastic Covr, Fordomatic,"
1952 BUICIC SUPER, 4-Door Sedan, Lik Nw, -''V
' Dynaflow,- Radio, Palstio Cover;:. Full Pric $925.00!
:::;i954 Plymouth, sedan v;'-?.? :3'ff
v Now Paint, Plastic Covr ...... Full Pric $895.00 'A I
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y "1950- BUICK SPECIAL, 4-Door. 't'T-'X''f
.', ; A good cond car, run likV- top j" ,' x... U i
' 1 ' :r-: Full' Pric a Steal $150.00
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X 19A9 PONTIAC SEDAN .-' X;' '.y ,' ;7j
Plastic Covr. A Clean, Clean Car..I'.Only $395.00
X YOU ARE ONLY ONE HQUR AWAY FROM I
V ; B1ANY MORE SUPER BARGAINS x x 1
SM00T HUNNICUT GOLob I
' 46 MILES FROM PANAMA COME AND SEE US i
, Th hst JInnra and drink
r srvd in ur mdrn air-'
- conditioned cafeteria, grill and
, br. Htl lntrn(ional "Pl "Pl-:'
:' "Pl-:' a I d .Mayo. t'
,Tk Jungl Jim Jaunt Boat
Ixcursion the San Bias ls-
lands. THI FIRST OF A SERIES
OF WEEK-END TRIPS TO SAN
BLAS BY BOAT. Leave. Balbo
pier 17, 7:00 a.m. Friday, May
'1st. Return t Cristobal Sunday'
V evening 5:00 p.m. Jun 2nd.
543.00 ach person. Leave
Stranfer Club, Colon 10:00 p.,
m. May 31. $45.00 ch par.
; son. For these who are Interested
v m going through the Canal nly.
- th pric fa $7.00 including
-lunch. First night aboard the
cruiser "Pcadr." .. Second
"'ht' ,P"t t San Blaa Island
Natel. Don't forget your earner
i and swim) suit. For" further In Information
formation Information see Jungf Jim at Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama or phen Panama
, 3-1660 day r 3-1326 nights.
: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOVS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
WANTED: North American
wish to find employment for
their maid. Call Panama 3-2709,7
WANTED Hem. for 4 healthy'
,f at black and white kHtens' 2
: months old. House. 2724 Nics-
bar Ave, Coceli. Phon 25-
WANTED: rliere-taxl drivers
Must have nferencee. Apply
Micr Taai Hic. Otympi Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, i
xprincd in dalinfj with publiCr" Mut pak L
Spnnib' and En'glih.. Do" not'applf unle potsBss
. fbovo qualification.
Applp at offic of Mr,.Acvdo, Head of Pr Pr-'
' Pr-' sorvntl Departm.nt, CIA. PANAMEMA.OE FUERZA
'' YM UZ." -.! -. v f 1 i
r Fast Growing Manufacturing Business nd Addi Additional
tional Additional Capital. Thi la-as wonderful oppotunity to
lnvtf ;:largrormaH'Trsj Company ha to ax
pand and rnak tlargai purchasoaj'of .oquipmant.
i Writa-Box 4991. Panama,' R, P, .."
tret a oAitirAiiN
A KIDE AND PAY ijS
HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS
Rtdio ....... Full
7 beam. Good condition. Inboard
engine. No. 165 Cristobal Yacht
Club. Leaving Isthmus. 3-1273
fKt lAUtIW- bMtriti?
.25 hp. outboard, dual controls. 1
All lik new. $575.00. Will ft.
anca, Balb 2817. ) J
FOR SALI-Lht Di.. ,!
.,e.p.'? 1200 K'M.
,110-120 volts, 60 cycle. P.,
feet conditio. Phon 3-6413 e
3-7049.- . : ; y vj?H-0
( FOR SALIs-23'6" abl. rul-
eer. Ship-sher radio. Car radl.
V 2.1 569."-. , :
FOR SALE: 2 JO ... J.Wa m..
i torcycle, good condition. Priced
reasonably for quick sale. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus. 3-1273.
; FOR SALEi Cushman Scoote7
with saide car, new. $230.00.
r Ciav de .Productot do Arcilla, S.
' tr Vi.lP No. 37-47.)
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Ycuna Soldiers y j
Accused Of Itepe 1
l!ol Reedy For Trial
.. a -. - - - v
Two soldiers-charged with rap
ing a 14-year-old American girl
yesterday told the Balboa Magis
trate they were not ready to enter
their pleas, and the case was
continued until Tuesday afternoon.
. ,Th accuseed, both from Ft. Kob Kob-b,
b, Kob-b, are James R. Aiken, 20 a n d
Robert M. Bridges, 19.
The soldiers are in 'fall In He-
fault of posting $500 bail each.
According to police, the alleged
victim is a young American girl
who resides in Panama City. The
offense allegedly occured near th
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' OVER THE DECK RAIL of the SS Ahcon, passengers and bumboat men bargain vertically In Haiti. '"Goods offered fhcliide salad-
bowl sets, tables, trays and voo-doo priestesses, carved from wo 6d. When a prospective purchaser shows Interest, the peddler
tosses up a hall of strong twine. The prospect lets down the e nd which is tied to a large basket so- he' can pull the merchan-
dise-up "on approval" If he buys, he lets down the money, In the .basket;;'5.' v V ''' L" ' i (
"J f By OLIVE BROOKS
! Befor? midnight the dark
tbiilklpg mountains of the Mole
:30, S:06, 1:00, 7:09, :05 p.m
Loaded With Truth!
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St Nicholas loomed near under1;
a elouded moon as the south southbound
bound southbound SS Ancon entered the Bay
of Gonave between the., twin
cape of Haiti. . ;-
Homecoming Haitians aboard
had warned other passengers
that the next day would be a na national
tional national hhlidAv Flae Dav
throughcrut thtf island. Most port-4
au-prmce shops- would be ciosea;
but a few- might open for tour
Among returning Haitians
were a newly ordained Baptist
minister, a woman who had just
received a law degree in Paris, a
young wife newly, graduated in
biology from the University of
All were eager for fresh news
of the Island where strikes and
political disturbances had forced
several quick changes of govern government
ment government since ex-President Paul
Magllore fled last fall. v
Our first Inkling that "calm"
conditions In Haiti still had a
turbulent undertone came In
an unofficial bint about post-
If we were interested ia
stamps and postmarks the
knowing ones said "go ahead
and mall your post cards. They
will be delivered some day But
If you want to do business
airmail, better waU 'till
dock in Cristobal." .,
Nevertheless things seemed,
normal enough In the bright
dawn as the Ancon inched to
ward the pier ana tourists pno pno-tographed
tographed pno-tographed the dramatic moun mountains
tains mountains Jutting high from the sea
to port and starboard.
Closer In the usual crowd of
com-divers 'and Dumooat-men
rowed out to meet tne snip.
Ai:r weciia ui iuiui jruuiig
swimmers had dived to grasp,
tossed coins before they sank toj
the bottom, the trading began,
bargaining lor woodenrlel but sU11 cordlal. t
salad bowls, trays, stools and;
carved figures waa carried on at
a shouting pitch. Peddlers at sea sea-level
level sea-level and tourists lining the rail
40 feet above exchanged money
and souvenirs by means of a bas basket
ket basket on a string. Everybody seem seemed
ed seemed happy with his purchases, or
Weather Or Not
This weather rport for the
24 nwr endinf I a.m. today,
ti ptfrl by the Metoorole Metoorole-l
l Metoorole-l and Hydrofraphic Branch
o the Partem Cane! Company:
(max. mpfc) NW-ll
BAIN Umbea) 44
(inner barbers) 81
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75 f ju.
By that time, the., ship' was
Pocketing bur landing cards,
Fanny i (Mrs; Eduardc-) Sosa. of
Panama and I followed the other
tourists un the pier. More than
anything else, at that moment.
each of us wanted a hat to pro-
lect us ironx me oiazuie neat.
But first-'we'dedded id dall'on
KBernard -piednch, "' editdr and
English language weeKiy. 1
. Except' for the usual crowd
around tbe fishing-boat docks ;
to the north of the piet, the
streets of Port-au-Prince seem seemed
ed seemed strangely deserted,' ;
"Clamorous jtaximeh crowded
around us, bet the usual crowds
of buyers and setters were mlss-
. ing. La Belle Creole and Kurt
Fisher's shop were closed tight
like most other places of
i business. ... t
As our cab wove through the
1 waterfront Exposition, Grounds
to the Sun office, we saw long
lines .of patient standees gath gathered
ered gathered outside several gpvernment
buildings. All were waiting to re register
gister register so they could vote in the
elections then scheduled for June
16.' .. V- ..
Neither Fanny nor I had ever
mpf rtiprirlrh hpfnrp hut ft Hav
i York friend had told me to call.
An him' Aa urm tnt.rrwinrn ftur.
selves, a young copy boy rushed
up wltn a proof of what was per-
haps one of the last pages of his
paper. :, .wrvr.'n -;,.
The young .'New Zealander
managed a grin But he wished
we had come oa another day, so
he could show us the city.
As it was, he said, he was te-i
m deported. word had just
come tnat an expulsion order,
nad been signed.- -
,why?" we wanted to know.
For telUna- the truth.. Died
ricn reriied. big-eyed and har-
Politics were about to boil
over again any minute, he said.
There had already been shoot-'
ing that morning, up: around
tbo Cathedral. He warned as
to stay away .front that area,
avoid crowds and be cautious.
We'd be aU right, he said, at
tourist hotels. ''
Wishing him the best of luck
(he was booted out next day) we
scuttled back to our taxi.
We tried to be cautious, and
we refrained from going p a a-round
round a-round the Cathedral or the gov
ernment buildings. But we didnt
Both of us needed those sun sun-hats,
hats, sun-hats, so we had the taxi drop us
at the big Iron Market
Under and outside tne two-'
hlnr -aheda where evervthlnal
from food to clothing la soid. the
crowds were only a little thinner
than we remembered from other 1
visits. '.'-.'.' I
Here it was "business as usual j By that time we were lamun lamun-as
as lamun-as urchins tugged at our skirts, ed: so somebody found a taxi
crying -Oh mamma, buy."
The cacopnony oi sales tK
fot so toud we, could hardly
choose anything; but wo did,
ana a hat apiece. -
Then a young maa who seemed
different from the usual "steer-
ers' came up ana asxea in Eng
lish if he could help vs. At a sig
nal from him, the noise subsided
eooueh for us to select some
handbags and other raffia work.!
A screech of sirens brought all:
trnding to a stop. Vendors sad
customers alike ran outsids ta
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a CARRYING HER OWN HANDBAG
-big Iron Market in Port-au-Prince by a fellow passenger, Fan Fan-,
, Fan-, ..ny (MrsEduardoy Sosa leaves the Haitian Art Center after
admiring the bright canvasses and misty beach enes paint-
ed by .Island -artists.! h-r v .-
- ... 7.,- r-y : rz t 'tV- "-vs :
cheer the flag-waving" cars: of a
political" group. We rjin too.' :
"Cantavel Cantavel the, crowd
yelled. ; .. :
jeople drifted back lnslde.But
before we; reached. the. next
oootn anotner convoy went: py.
amed. again; and
rushed forward:" ;
There seemed no doubt .about
the market popularity 'of : Brig.
Gen. Leon Cantave. (He's now in
full charge of the country as-Ar-l
my 'chief). -fi'- I
we asked our mentor about
those disturbances up around
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mo inuieuim. ,-. i we aiso cnaiiea wnn a Dieas-i zr J :
nh thit" h r.min;-wa't ,r, I!v:lwoman was reported to have suf
pernaps just nine ceieoration
of Flag Day." ;
Thankln-; him ror hi neiprwe
left the market. It' wasnt until
later we surmised we d Been un-jwlfe asked me, to take the little
der the protection of a plain-1 girls along to a voodoo oeremo oeremo-clothes.
clothes. oeremo-clothes. v man. By that time ny? .' ,' ;
crowds- were gathered in' door-,
ways listening. to the broadcasts'
of a Dolitical meetlnc..
. Asking oar way as we walked
along,' We found the Haitian
Art Center. We were invited to
' inspect two floors of an old
residence filled with new paint painting
ing painting and sealpture by young
Haitians. Again we heard tbe
story of how an American
named Peters, attached to the
aid mission, bad inspired Hai-
- Uans to take ap brashes and
paint regardless. Their prim primitive
itive primitive paintings have been
bought by collector and sent
ail over the world. ; -
One small painting by Joseph
overcame my sales 'resistance,
and I also bought reproductions
of some of the important works
now ill other museums,,
that took us to the Riviera Hotel
on tne coast. Tnere.. too, orjarn
paintings were offered for sale,
The best exhibit was in the bar-
After a drink beside the pool
where some of our shipboard
companions were swimming, we
set off in a downpour for the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Oioffson. Floods reached al-
most to the taxi s hub-caps ia
low sdoU. but fcy the tim" e,
were welcomed ry a pet blark
goat in the Oiofftorryard. iheiw$ had had no word from th.e,
skj was suae aga.1
Ike Takes Dig At
" Calls Tax Cuf Ta
WASHINGTON.' May 55 (UP)
President Eisenhower said today
in an apparent slap at House
Democrats that he will not 'play
politics"! by -"blithely promising5'
the neople tax reduction at the
expense of national security.
He said a tax cut Will be pos
sible only when careful budget
planning and "continued health
economic growth" boost govern government
ment government income "materially above
federal spending. But he railed
out deficit financing and said
payments on the national debt
Speaker Sam 1 Ravburn (D-
Tex.) and dther House Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, have served notice they
will push for a ; tax reduction
next year at the latest. Rayburn
has refused to close the door
completely on House action this
year. The cut would be erf ective
Jan. l. J
Eisenhower, In ft telephoned
message to a GOP regional
conference !" at : Trenton, N.J.,
continued his da"ily defense of
the administration's new budg budget.
et. budget. He plugged, especially for
and two others boueht at the
'The OloffsOn nut on a crnod
lunch; served on the open porch!
overlooking its own garden and a
tempting panorama shot of the
harbor, -..- ; ,.. v
la the lobby were more paint
ings, eany ones that are now
collectors' items, and not
j During dessert, we heard
more i of pending t r u ble.
: Bridges bad been blown on tbe
; road to Cape Haitien, and a ri rival
val rival faction was setting up its
owa government there, ;
We also chatted with VJ
we aiso cnaitea wnn apieas-i
nad arrived that day from Call-
ifornia with three small daugh-
.would it be a' good Idea, the
Definitely not, I counseled; but
I had an idea ahe would anyway,
On the way back to the ten-
w ui town wo possea several Dig
cars sUUed by flat tires. Tacks,!
it seemed, had been strewn on
the road to the rally. I
Several cars were driving about
with ordinary house brooms
strappea to their fenders as,
One shop Carlos' was
open for tourists when we
reached the harbor. Fanny and
I Joined other passengers there
and trudged along the pier to
Two days later, in Panama, we
learned that when the provi provisional
sional provisional council tried to oust Oea
Cantave, the Army took over.
Censorship was slapped on, but
lispatches report that strikes,
lockouts and apprehension are
still the order of things in Haiti.
Economic conditions were de described
scribed described during our visit as "at the
bottom of the barrel." They must
oe worse now.
The Ancon sailed northbound
from Crutobai late WednesdavJmeat butter and milk, .we wm
It was uncertain whether it
would dock in Haiti, or transfer
from a Under.
Late yesterday. Canal author!-1
his school construction v and
foreign aid programs now un-v
der attack from some Republicans-,
v' ,,. t V
He, said foreign aid Is part of
this nation's struggle against
"despotic communism," : wnue
federal ld to education Is the
only way to catch up with the
classroom shortage. He saw little
chance of big budget cuts until
world tensions are eased; V
The President's appeal for
support came amid these other
budget developments: s ;
Rep; George -t H. Mahon (D-
Tex.) told applauding House
members that military leaders
must curb defense, costs or be
Black Tornadoes Skip Across
Texas Panhandle; None Killed
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DALLAS, Texas, May 15 (UP)
Mora than a- dozen black tornado
funnels yestereday sk.pped across
the Texas Panhandle and South
Plains. ... 7
One potential death dealing
twister roared across the open
ranchlands for some 80. airline
miles, feinting at first one town
and another without hitting any of
them. -t '.- 1 k
It stayed on the ground for -at
least 90 minutes, while it swirled
cross country. I ;
Smaller twisters lashed the small
Smaller twisters lashed the
small South Plains towns of Olton
and Tahoka, inflicting property
damage but no major injuries or
deaths, according to early reports.
There were so many funnels play playing
ing playing : hop skip and jump in a 60
mile radius around populous Lub Lubbock
bock Lubbock shortly after noon, that it was
impossible -to keep track of them
or identify one from the other as
reports poured into Weather Bur--
eaus. ; 'Yl.rft:
Reports of tornado funneli were
strung out along a 2.00 mile stretcn
of ranch and ou country from Big
Spring on the, South to Amarillo pn
The day I tornado', jitUri
came lest than 24 hours aftar a
day of cloudbursts acres the
populous Dallas Fort Worth
-raas of north central Txi.
There Were only minor casual
ties as a result of these heavy
thunderstorms, but tbe after ef effects
fects effects saw at least 700 persons
forced from, their hpmes in the
Fort Worth area by flash floods.
Early' repents from Olton said
there were some 25 homes dam
aged and "quite a few persons in injured"
jured" injured" as the twister struck the
town of 1.200 about 1:15 p.m. At
least two of the injured werj treat-
to the' East 1 .,,. 'i ...
spokesman said it hid learned
from its Tahoka office that eight
homes and six warehouses were
destroyed and 10 houses unroofed,
m southwest part of town. One
-mnnrtA tn t...,.
' "J .";" "'
n" immediate reports of other, ca-
The Department of Public Safety
Soviet Divulges 1
Plans To Torpedo
VAU' Vlfh Ffinfl v
Hwl Willi lUUU
MOSCOW. May 25 (UP) The
Soviet v Union has h y drogen
bombs and a strong army, but it
prefers. to "torpedo" the West!
with meat, butter and milk.:y
Communist party chief Nlklta S.L
Khrushchev said in a speech re- I A
leased today. iy
Khrushchev urged agricultural
worners to step up livestock and I A
dairy production to offset Amer-, y
icui imiuence orerseaa. iu
speech delivered in Leningrad
Wednesday waws released today
by the rovernment.
"W Soviet people... are for
peace, for the prohibition
atomic and hydrogen weapons,
and we appeal to the United
States and Britain in this re
spect." the Cornmunlst leader
declared. "If we catch up with
the United States as regards tn
level of per capita production of
launch a very strong torpedo
gainst the foundations of capi
i juirusncnev r e m 1 n oea uie
farmers that Russia, the uniiea
Stales and Britain had the fij-
faced wtlh a taxpayers' revolt
that would force dangerous
spending : reductions. Mahon,
chairman of the House Military
Appropriations s u b c ommittee,
maae tne statement as tn$ House
opened debate on the .scaled
down .$33,541,000,000 military
Assistant Defense ; Secretary
Mansfield D. Sprague told the
senate Foreign Relations Com Committee
mittee Committee the foreign "aid program
will give this country's allies the
very latest' "weapons to help
check j the ;;;'growing'. Russian
threat.' '. He: called the program
"irreplaceable", from a military
viewpoint.. rl. j
, headquarters in Austin said 25 to
so JNegro and Mexican nouses were
destroyed at Olton and that three
persons were injured and one was
usiea as sun missing
The same twister that battered
Tahoka struck at the. edge of Ralls
35 miles to the northeast, and dam
aged, several barns, ; but Caused no
v Cotton Center,a tiny community
18 miles i southwest of Plainview,
reported three houses destroyed
but no injuries, ;? . ; i 'f
The 700 persons evacuated from,
their homes in the t en worth area
began leaving as early as 4 a.m.
CST today in .'the, Richlahd Hills
Boys 5; Girls 5
''. lx Vp" ';'
Ten babies were born at Coco
Solo Hospital during the. week' end
ing at midnight Wednesday, f ar ar-cording
cording ar-cording to the regular hospital re
port, .uurmg tnat period, 71 pa patients
tients patients were admitted and 67 were
discharged. : :
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following Ameriran citizens: Pvt. and
Mrs. Joseph Gressel, of Rainbow
City, son; Sgt. and Mrs. Gerald La
Barge, of Fort Gulick; son; Mr.
and Mrs. John O'Donnell, of Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, daughter;' SP-3 and Mrs.
Alexander Hyman, of Coco Soil Soil-to,
to, Soil-to, daughter; and Sfc and Mrs. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Bonilla, of Coco Solito, son.
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following Panamanian parents: Mr. and
Mrs Edward Forbes, of Colon,
son; Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Bella Bellamy,
my, Bellamy, of .Colon, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. George Dutton, of Colon, son;'
Mrs. Henrietta Curry, of Colon,
daughter; and Mr. and Mrs.
George Goddard, of Cristobal,
daughter;.;..; j. Kn -.
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- Senate Republican Leader1
William F. Knowland, unsway unsway-ed
ed unsway-ed by recent Eisenhower ap appeals,
peals, appeals, stood by his previous de
cision that the budget can be
; cut by three billion dollars. He 1
; said the reduction can be made
even i though Eisenhower : has
trimmed his original foreign
aid request. .
Eisenhower told the Trentoa
GOp conference that "some al allege
lege allege that this administration is
against a' tax cut." He said his
administration refuted this in
1954 "when we had the largest
cut in history $7,400,000,000. '
' He then, laid down, the budget
conditions necessary for axeduc--tion
and added that !' we will not
play politics with our people and
blithely promise, them a tax cut
at the expense : of our national
He "said a lot of 'misinforma 'misinformation"'
tion"' 'misinformation"' had been spread about the
budget but that "now people are
rapidly separating truth from
fiction on this matter.'. He said
62 per, cent of federal spending
would go for national ; security '.
programs; Jn one form or anoth another.
er. another. A f':!vjC.-'i..':'-.."'.;;'-?:.i.j v.' i
. "We are spending money, lots
mind you, we are not, spending -the
olives .;of our youne men or;
using our productive ability to
destroy a, whole civilization,",
Ul 41C DiUU. CUk ICt ULO IC"
Dave Beck Jr.
SEATTLE, Washington May, '25
(UP ) A subpena waa served to today
day today on Dave Beck Jr.. son of the
Team&ters Upion president, cail
ing on him to appear befori the
Senate', Backets Committee ""i"
Marshal Bud Parsons said young
Beck,vne of three' 'missing" wit witnesses
nesses witnesses sought by the committtee,
was,' served with the subpena at
10 a.nu pst. ','-,.', .vt:rt,:v
Still missing "wer?; Fred ; Ver-
schueren Sr., auditor for Beck's
union, and Joseph McEvoy, a rela relative
tive relative of Beck's ; wife. ; -
" Anotrer manr tNorman,: Gessert,
originally was among the "miss "missing"
ing" "missing" witnesses, but he was found
and served in Ellensburg,, Wash.,
and appeared before; the commit-
tee beiore it recessed.
Young Beck, Gessert and McEv
oy had been seen in Vancouver
B.C.- a few weeks ago.' ,'.'
Pilgrim Replied v
LONDON, May 25 (UP) The
Mayflower II was reported to to-,1
,1 to-,1 day to be about 1,000 miles
from the West Indies en route
from Plymouth,. England, to
Plymouth, Mass." .
Skipper Alan Villiers report-'
ed the vessel was "still dawd dawdling
ling dawdling along.' ft y r ,.
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