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The Panama American
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" PORT AU PRINCE,1 X-itit May 27 (UP) The inauguration o Darnel F.gnole a.
Provindar President of Haiti yesterday ended the country'. ehort-hved c.v.I jvar. But
"the tuation remained tens, today and authorities were prepared for new outbreaks.
A rline .ervice to Haiti .till was .u.pended and hundred. f American. Wert .trand .trand-:ed.
:ed. .trand-:ed. At lea.' 80 persons w.re.reported killed In fighting this weekend, but there w.r.
no reports of American casualties.' V'- ' "l i r

' A crowd of 10,000 person snske
I danced through the streets m joy
r when Fignole was aworn Most
. of them were from the low-paid
, laborer and farm worker class
where he draws his strength. Fig Fig-tnia
tnia Fig-tnia himif u leader of the Social

:m nmnrraiip Partv and has been

, described as.' radicaL .
v Fl.nole, ,' P edmlnl---"C
stration o three of the four ma ma-;
; ma-; i or political parties In what ep ep-peared
peared ep-peared te b political deal te
squeeze out Louis Deole. Oeoie,
vi rs Fignole; Clement Jumelle en
a Dr. Francois Duvalier have boon
; fiahtin a four-tided-race for tho
. presidency. f
' Observers here said Jumelle and
1 Duvalier apparently made a deal
with. Fignole at the expense of De De-joie.
joie. De-joie. However Dejoie Jwroadcast a
mesage- to his followers urging
them not to make trouble but, to
' accept the situation:; ") :v";',;.;;. -Scattered
jrifleshot till could
be heard hrough the city, buV the
citnatinn generally was quiet.. At

the height of the fighting gun bat bat-ties
ties bat-ties ra -'d -through the. eitv end
- sui.'u Liosm to UltJVJi. tW-sy
' which was hit by several bullets.
The new regime disposed of the
duarrej that developed among the
-' military end erupted, into outright
j Warfare yesterday by picking Col.
f Antoine Kebreau, command, of
the military department' of the
' south, as army, chief of staff.
Sources said his appointment
would be announced in 24 hours.
' They saii Gen, Leon Cantave,
'who ousted civilian junta last
- Monday and took over the govern-
ment, would resign" aff chief : of
- taff, Col. Pierre Armind.v whose
force clashed with those of Can-
- tave it Desalinee barracks yes-
terday, was reappointed to his old
post o police chief, "i 1 ?.
' Exact whereabevta ef Cantavo
was not known. Armand was
liaved te be at the headquarters
he ettabliihed at the airport bt
Port u Frinee i his attempt to
s smash the Cantave regime. '4
Political sources- said that 0
persons were killed in the fighting
that spread through the city and
came so close to the U. S. Embas Embas-':
': Embas-': sy that the building was spattered
' by t least three bullets.".
Roman Catholic church sources
.stimated 35 dead. V
The United fress eounted eight

bodies in the aftermath of 'fight-

- ing downtown, Including tnree ueu--'
tenants corporal, .a private end
three, civilians. y ;
.10 French Soldlsrs
Fall In BsIIb ;
Vilh Algiers Rebels
! ALGIERS, fcay SI (UP J Ten
f reach soldier died -to a battle
with rebels Beer the- tin farming
enter of Sidi.MesrJch, between
Constantino -and Ut 'port-city of
, Philippeville, was reported to today.
day. today. .' ",i .w
-"" Seven wounded were taken by

helicopter to Philippernie. Rein-
.forrements rushed to the battle battle-.field
.field battle-.field in time to begin pursuit of
.the rebels. . 7
, The btle took place early yes-
. terday. t irst. report did not make
clear whether it was a rebel am-

. i bu.b. ,
, Scattered rebel atUcis civfl civfl-laa
laa civfl-laa wre reported in western Al Algeria.
geria. Algeria. One Moslem farmhand was
kilied and three European were
wounded. .''-

53 Women Bobbies
'Sent To Police -Strife
Torn Cyprus
. LONDON'. V.ij 71 (ITV-Brit.
Sin today aent it, f -rf DolioMmm.
a te the Unfe tora island of Cyp

six-story buikJ.ng.
The 53 r-(.n botr-lee. cVoent All the goeti were evacuated,
r-m r f.i:,rteer af4 U (trr They returned to their noma af-
t ''.'j'-i-i; E-:m. eipet-'ed ter police Sfl firemen hd
ti r-e t- r-fiea r' a fermsneBtirheeked the Vr,;- rf and failed te
C.'irci :rs a jH.te f-.rc. tod aty eiate cf a bomb.

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US: Im bassy '. fn Manila
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Earned Of Demonstrations

RP Ambassador
To Appeal To Ike
On Bridge Issue
WASHINGTON, May- IT OJP)
.Ambassador Rlcnrdo M. A
rias will appeal to president
. ri..n)iiiwiir this week to Bush
new legislation for a $1,000,000 J
: study ot plans tor snuj -ross
the Panama Canal, it
- wt Jearel todajr. .-.?
'i Provisions Sat a bridge,5
estimated to eoet the United
States 1 30,e00,00e, Are ontaln ontaln-4
4 ontaln-4 In the 1955 memorandum of
understanding; between the two.
countries. It also calls fos a
preliminary study of tho eon
stracuon pians. ... s y,;-f--
WS'li-'i v;
- An administration request for
the 11,000,000 was thrown out
by the House Appropriations
Committee last week for the
.second time. The Senate had
restored the1 bill but House
members again' eliminated It in
i a joint Senate-House commit committee
tee committee conference, j
,!.. ; e,-. f 1
f Informed quarters told tho
United Press, v Ambassador
Arias may appeal directly to
President Eisenhower for a
new t try despite the- sharp
drive ia Congress to reduce tho
badget. : :'.;.-
. i it :
Chinese Skull Shorn
Whale of Toclh'che
J0.CS0 Years Old-:
LONDON, May 2T V?h-k skull
found in Communist China in 1951
has been identified by anthropoli anthropoli-gisu
gisu anthropoli-gisu as that of a 50-year-old wom woman
an woman who probably had a humding
er of a toothache about 80,000
year ago. Radio Feipmg, report report-ed,
ed, report-ed, today. ,. .,j J
ft was described as the earliest
fossil skull of a human being
found so far in China, which is
said to have been civilized centu
ries before the days of the ancient
ntons. j - -
Anthropoligist Dr. Woo Ju-Kang
described the skull's background
today at a conference of the Chi
nese Academy of scientists, Peip Peip-ing
ing Peip-ing Radio reported. He said It
was more primitive than the Oro-
magnon Man of Europe and the
Upper Cave Van ofXhina,
The skull belonged to a woman
some 50 yeara old who lived about
80,000 years ago beside the Huang
Shanchi River in what now is
Szechwaa Province, and there are
signs that she suffered for a long
time from a serious dental' di disease,
sease, disease, the report said.
Hole! Bcmb Thrcal
Causes Mass Exc fas
VANCOUVER. B. C. Mav 17
(LP Some 130 persons, meet of
thens ia nibt clothes, Ced a hotel
todsy foUowinf a bomb threat.
Rill Hotel officials siid someone
telephoned tnit be had planted a
'de'syed ectiftn explosive
ia the

"let fA people knov the iruth and the teuiUry U MraJn Lincoln.

tied

f ifaMLA May' 37fUP)-The
U.S. Embassy today too precau precau-tirms
tirms precau-tirms ao-ainiit moh violence when
it received reports that Manila's
big; Chinese population piannea
to Stage anw-Amerjcan aeuiuu
straUon against the embassy.
VS. Minister" Horace Smith
told ho was confident the "duly
constituted authorities" in Man Manila
ila Manila could handle any outbreak of
Chinese anti-American demon
stration should they occur,.
.,Ji!.;;4:1,',:,,.,.i? Vv- f
A Spokesman at thfrChineeO
Natienallst Embassy hero told
the United Press that "certain
1 sectors of tha 71.000-program
. Chines population here bad
planned i e m e" --a.tion, j
.fninsfc we.Jr mri -a?:
t Tha etemonstrattons would- be
"in ympathy" with Chinese on
rormosa who, rioted last week
against Americans in Taipeh and
wrecked tne U.8. Emoassy, m
UJ8.I.S. headauarter and at
tacked VS. Armv headauarters
Last ninht. in Taipeh, Presi
dent Chiang Kai-shek dismissed
Lt Gen. Huang Tsen-wu, chief of
the Taipeh defense commana;
Mai. Gen. Liu Wei. military po
lice commander; and MaJ. Gen.
Loh Kan. Drovlsional Police Com
missioner, ior lauins; m wieir
duties during the anti-American
riots here last Friday, a commu
nique said. x f
- Gen. Hu'ang Chi, Army commander-in-chief,
took peraonal
- charge 4f the Taipei i defense
command. t '. '.'-... a
Chiatir's action was announced
after he and U S. Ambassador
Karl Rankin conferred yesterday
afternoon. Rankin spent "about
an hour" with, the President and
afterwards told newsmen: a
"We art all pretty upset and
angry but we are sure wnat nap-
pened does not reflect tne gen
era! feeling here. We've been
flooded with expressions of re-j
gret." . '.-'.-V' '" -:
. 'Asked If Nationalist Chinese
authorities took adequate 'steps
to protect the VS. embassy and
Americans in Taipen, nansun re-
TeTI wrf minm
,' He added that the police "ap "apparently
parently "apparently had no tear gas avail available"
able" available" at the time but the U-S.
has now supplied them with tear
gas,,. .,,... f
. The envoy said he told Chiang
our side and Impressed him
with the seriousness he fully
understands that." He added that
Chiang "asked me to convey to
President Eisenhower and Secre
tary of State Dulles his profound
regret and assurance that this
did not indicate any expression
of anti-Americanism but only
dissatisfaction over the Reynolds
trial.-. -. -v

French: Nun :,,Becpmes

VATICAN CITT, May.2 (TJP
tA French nun who founded the
religious Order of the Sisters
Helpers of the Holy Souls In
Purgatory yesterday became the
34th candidate' elevated to the
rank of blessed by Pope Pius XLL
The nun, born Eugenl Smet. at
Lille, France, was knows
throughout the catholic world as
Sister Mary of Providence.
The ceremony was attended by
six Caraineis.
The ceremony began In the
rorreously illuminated Basilica
of St. Petera in the morning at
trie Altar of the Chapter. Some
506 Sisters of the religious order
from all parts of the world, and
relatives of the new beatified.
attenaea tne ceremony.
Bat the most spectacular
yrt ef the ceremony wa ta
tae afternoon when Pore pins

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PONDERING HER FUTURE Hlldy McCoy, 6, ponder her;
future in Miami Beach, Fla.v as het Jewish foster parents, Mr,,,
and Mrs. Melvin Ellis, went before an extradition hearing in
Tallahassee to ask that they be permitted to stay In Florida
with Hildy. Hlldy vjaa born to an unwed Catholic mother -and:
Hnnfpri hv tha Ellisei when she was 10 days old. The mother

got a Massachusetts court order providing that -the child b
turned over to foundling home foi? placement in a Catholie

home. After the nearing it
Collins Jhad ruled, that Mrr
J L-.-n- j. Florida

Rairibow City Mom. Files

Charge Against CZ Cop

? a TJainhow f!itv-mother today
filed a complaint against Canal
Zone policeman Alexander J. lc-
Giincey, cnarging mm wim pi pi-tery
tery pi-tery on.her ie-year-old son..
The complaint was the second
filed as a. resultiOt an incident
which occurred Friday afternoon
in Rainbow City.' v
Sister's Death May
DelayJudgeC
Return FrofcSiatesV
The death of a second mem
ber of his family from burns
received -almost two. 'Weeks ago
mav: delay the return of U.' a
District Judge Guthrie F. Crowe
to tha Isthmus, it was learned
today.; r 'uVii'-i
The Judare flew to his home In
La Grange, Ky., week before Ust
after nis la-year-oia niece, tr eggy
Adams,- was burned to death,
and -Jils sister. Mrs Elizabeth
Moreland. severely injured, in a
fire which destroyed the latter's
home.-' '. .-'"'
Today ; word reached Judge
Crowe's family In Ancon that
trm AottA 7iirynmhert on
Friday to her Injuries.,
. Earlier. Judge Crowe had plan
ned to attend a legal convention
starting tomorrow In New Or
leans," and had hoped to return
to the Ishmus shortly thereafter.
Ha is now with his mother,
Mrs.' Fannie Crowe, in La
Grange.
No -word Is yet available as to
his future plans. '... :
: XII descended te the baalliea
la full pomp and pageantry to
venerate ad pray before a
Image of the aew blessed at
the Papal altar.
The Pontiff. In a tradition
datiag back several eentariea,
sever attends the morning be beatification
atification beatification ceremony.
The beatification ceremony
began with the reading of the
decree by a Doetulator of the
cause to Msgr. Alfonso Carind,
secretary of the Sacred Congre
gation ox Rites.
Clements Cardinal Mlcara, Pa Papal
pal Papal Vicar of the city of Rome,
aad Canons of 8t Peter's Basili
ca then gave their permission to
proceed with ui beauiicauon.
A eoiemn Te Deum was recited
for the occasion bv Mser. Johan
Emit, a Dutch canon of W Pet

.MI7,.

pAILY
7
4r
tar
N
was announcea tnas uoy. oroy
and jM"- -Ellia eould remain in;
ilh Hlldy. k.- .,v..-vf
The policeman ,' in question
booked Frederick McDonald, a
16-year-old schoolboy1 on a
charge, of, "disorderly conduct'
Both cases were continued un
til Juno 6 during this morning's
session in the Cristobal Magis
trate's Court, which was jammed
with curious spectators.,, ;
' Mr.' Verona' McDonald ":"Of
house 6504 In Rainbow City filed
the complaint against McGlin-
cey. She charged she was hit by
the policeman after he tried to
arrest her son for dodging him,
. '- " '.
' A crowd of over 200 people
were reported attracted to the
scene last Friday. A witness said
that the policeman was In dan danger,
ger, danger, of being threatened by the
mob after he tried to arrest the
youth who had refused to follow
McGllncey's order concerning
crossing- the street..
'The Rainbow City youth was
released under his own recogniz
ance, and no bail was set in tne
case.
Polish Party Boss
Gomulka Re
On Moscow Visit ;
MOSCOW, My TT (UP) The
Polish embassy here today denied
reports that Communist party boss
wiadislaw Gomulka Das arrived m
Moscow on a secret mission.
Soviet official sources were un
available for comment on report
early this morning that Gomulka
had come here on a "mission of
the greatest secrecy

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Xl

er's from Utrecht, Holland, who
also celebrated mass. I
The ceremony was concluded
with the tolling of tha bells of
the Basilica and other Roman
churches a three hand-painted
silken banners depicting the

mtradea nerformed throuch theition of ritea In Vav. 103. aad

inierceAsion oi me iTencn nua approvea ui reoruary im. Treoeh patrol outside the viflagei""? vr nny wiin new pro pro-were
were pro-were unfolded Inside and outside Seventy descendants of the aj Fares, kilhna one eendarme'P01 framed ia a week of con-

of the Basilica.' .
Ah IOOM rUl fiua c,r8-
. . m u..a vi, -
ed to tne Basilica to pray before
an Image of Sister Mary of Prov-i
Idence.
Eurenle Smet was. bora ha
Lille, March 15, 1I2S, ef a mid middle
dle middle elase family ef merchant.
At eleven abe started stadrtag
with the Bwas ei the Sacred
-Hert and became a Member
f the order l IMS. She tben
west te Paris where she foena-
ed tbe Order ef tbe Sisters
l Helpers U the Holy Seal

NEWSPAPER

mtm

Adenauer, Aide
Consult With ike
On Disarmament
WASHINGTON, May 17 (UP)
, President Eisenhower and
West German Chancellor Kon Kon-,
, Kon-, rad Adenauer opened formal
talks today on pressing world
problems with fast-breaking
disarmament d e v e I o pments
topping the Ust.
t.; The doughty Chancellor and and-;his
;his and-;his Foreign Minister, Heinrich
yon Brentano, headed, for- a
meeting first with Secretary of
tate John Foster Dulles..
Adenauer then planned to at-.
(tend a : luncheon gathering'
jdwith Eisenhower at which he,
-apparently will spell out In fur-,
4her detail Germany's position
on five-power disarmament
negotiations resuming today In
.London. ,
& The two leaders had a chance
ao "stake out the terrain," of
thelr talks at an informal
i meeting yesterday amid the
rolling green acres of the Pres President's
ident's President's farm In Gettysburg, Pa.
Potter To! Make v
.
p. Hope-Address
lOn Memorial Day
Gov'. Wf E. Potter .1 cheduled
to make ihe principal- addre -dur
ing the Memorial Day service
program at MU Hope Cemetery on
Thursdsyi;; f,-fe$ :V;; rfX
-,HeforT the services beeln. a pa
rade wlJ be", held :in n Margarita
starting al 1:30 a.m. In addition
to U.S.- military units, the parade
also will include a Bombero band,
various Scout units; a platooa'of
Guardian National,'? and Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian civic groups.
Among the highlights of the pro
gram will be a jet flyover of Mt
Hope and the decorating of grave
by Boy and Girl Scouts.
If had weather interferes, the
service will be conducted in the
Margarita Clubhouse.' Theater
starting at 10 a.m. v't.
-' The' Atlantic side Memorial Day
Service program was planned .by
a joint committee of military, and
veterans organisation.
1
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THE OTHER WOMAN? This
is fionali Das Gupta, 27, the
woman Whose name has been
romantically linked with Ital Italian
ian Italian film director Roberto Roa Roa-selllni.
selllni. Roa-selllni. She is the wife of an
Indian film director and the
mother! two small children.
Reports of the romance have
been denied by Rosselllnl. 8o 8o-naU
naU 8o-naU herself, and actress Ingrid
Bergman, wife of RosselinL
Pnrgatery tn lt5eV The Holy
See effifislly praised the order,
far the first time ia 1K. Twe
years later Sister Mary died ta
Paris.
Her beatification raise was in-
troduced to the sacred congrega-
blessed's family were among Ui
' .n u. k r Tn A.
4tf AfUU liiUiilU lJ VVWUKV I
stirring ceremony.
The last beatification ceremo
ny took place Oct. 7, 1054, when
Pope Innocent nth was beati
fied.
Tivo cardinals of Vb eongTe eongTe-catioa
catioa eongTe-catioa of rites attended the
mornlna; ceremony tn aaeuuon to
Federlco Cardinal Te3eechUU,
Archprlest ct St Peter's Basilica,)
Also prwrert were 20 Bishops
IncluCBt li rrtnea.

CANADIAN WHISK K

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US

Experts

RP

First

- An American lie-detector expert and a Cuban defee
five who participated in the investigation of the 1955a
sassination of President Josl "Antonio; Remon have re returned
turned returned to the Isthmus to testify ;v JJ
v Russell Chatham, of Virginia, and Dr. Ismael Casttl
lanos, of Havana,; this morning were giving testimony in
a Panama Court preparatory to the opening phase of the
trial of Ruben Mir6, alleged trigger: man in the Jan. 2,
1955 killing. ; -fv-'h ?;
, Mir6 at first confessed later repudiated his' state
ments;; t ,. V?7
The trial itself should beain about the second week

i, in June, according to the prediction of Felipe Juan Escoi

bar, -who served as chief
Ram6n Guizadd convicted
in ine crime, viuixaao i now
Chatham indicated that, he came
Am-.. m t'.f .' Z
here on his own this, time,- at the
Tequest el -the Panama-1 -( e e u r t,
whiph eirimoned, hira w-. appear
in court to mike an official depo deposition
sition deposition H i prjyate investigs-
tor. .- .-.' : i
Chatham was accompanied fiere
Saturday by a ballistics expert,
Shelley Braverman of New York
who has been retained by attor attorney
ney attorney Escobar
Castellanos. who U a weapons
expert from Cuba arrived over
the weekend also. He has not in indicated
dicated indicated who retained hint to come.
Chatham Indicated that he was
not convinced "one way or the
other" ef Mire's guilt. He s a i d
that certain thins did come out
as a result ef the lie detector,
test he-gave the alleged sssas sssas-ln,
ln, sssas-ln, but added that these were
things that might relflect en the
man personally, and had nothing
te do with the case.
"Miro denied any complicity in
the crime," Chatham-said today.
"but wouldn t let, me make .any
more examinations after be con
fessed. Had I given him a test
3 Girls Killed
By Algerian Rebels
On Dealh Rampage
ALGIERS, May 27 (UP ) Three
teen age girls on their way to s
mother's day party were shot to
death yesterday by a band of a a-bout
bout a-bout ISO rebela that' rampaged
through western Algeria,
Total bag for the -band in 2
noun was eignt fleadi ail of tnem
turopeans, six 01 uienj civilians,
and three of them girts.
The attacks took place in the
region of Mascara; population 35,-
ow, wnicn t 50 miles southeast of
Oran ia the heart ef the Benl Cohu-
graa mountains.. ,-
French troop setting' out today
to exterminau the killers were
handicapped by the' rugged coun countryside:
tryside: countryside: miles -of steep, thickly thickly-wooded
wooded thickly-wooded slopes, deep, bmsh -Unfiled
rs vines, almost bo- roads.
'
The Mascara area has been one
of the hardest-hit ia all Algeria in
recent weeka. Two weeks ago reb rebels
els rebels ripped into the city itself and
shot dead four civilians, three of
them women. :
Yesterday the band of rebels
survivors said they wore.kahki a-
niformi and wide brimmed cam-
D.isr. hata atolea from the French
MtrA k. ,..u4. 1
om mUmibu.
British Actress
Nielson-Terry
Dies After Fall
LOKDON. May 17 HTPW Ae-
died today tn e hospital. She waa.
Injured receatiy ia a Xa-1 at her
apartmeriW

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i.'

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For

Phase

counsel for ex-President Jos5
in March1955 of conspiracy

icrving a rerm in a ranama

after the -confession, I -might have
been, able to'give an npinion.'.'
' Among others that the evnert 1

jiested aa -Ametkaa Irving Aiar : 1

un upstctn. mm was held in Pa -nama
jail; a, a suspect for IX
days before being released. Chat-
ham said, he felt Lipstein was just

a "ne'er Klo-well who hannenM tit

be in the richt place at the wrnrttf.

time . v jr1
I couldn't find anvthinr- that

would lead me to believe he' was
a participant in tha ian crime.
He had no background whir h

would tend to tie him in with tha

assisination as far a I could de determine."
termine." determine." v v v
He also added that he flet" Ra
mon jSuizado. Jr. waa innoccnl at

any involvement"! only question
ed him about his own : involv.

ment, end not that of his f a t h-

er a," the U.S. expert stated to-

day. :f
Chatham said that lodging by
the examinations he gave, and
the people he personally teetod
he was unable te find anything
that wewld peint te who th. a. -twal
perpetrator ef the assisfme-)
lien was. -r ;-
." -.... -y mt-
Ht emphasized several t CSVm

that these were his own ophnone
snd stated he felt he was not qua
lified to make any criticism ed a
nyone in the esse. ;
"I dont know how muchlgoo4
or bad I can do bv cominevlUM

to testify, but I felt obliged ta
come. That was the least I could
do," Chatham aaid.
He Is selfmBQef-,'person-nel
consultant" W U jns, Virgi.
nis, near Washington.Hnd than
been in the inveitirativ hit;n..

for the last quarter of a century,
piope Held Forruif i
Short CuliousSi5s

loward Disarmainrhl
LONDON, May 37 (UP) -i fep
secret nronosala hrauirht t Y.

don by the American and Soviet
representative! to the current dis-
armament talks raised hopes that
thef first "small, measured tep"
will be taken todav towanl mmiA

disarmament. .; ..
Moscow dispatches reported ca
tious optimism ia the Kremlin de
spite statements ia the official
Communist newspaper P r a v d a
that U.S. Adm. Arthur Radford
waa a "ainister force" who tried te
blacken the outlook by voicing dis distrust
trust distrust in any Soviet aegotiationa.
u.a. veiegate Harold SUssen ar-
jierences wita President Eisenhow.
ZT aDa secretary of State Jo b a
Foster Dulles.
He was expected le meet at once
with the British, Freoch and Can Can-ediaa
ediaa Can-ediaa delegates before plunrrg i i-to
to i-to a new round ef talks with s.
yiet Depoty Foreiga sinister a a-lenaa
lenaa a-lenaa Zona.
forin arrived shortly b t f e r
micnigai aner nmUar tallci in
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I Please try te keep tha letter limited te ana state length.
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i Labor News I
And 4 i
; Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL ''

The Winner

... SAN ANTONIO BUGI

Bit:

I Th. cost of living is the main topic here, and it looks like
tha sky 1 the limit. Doesn't hurt me too much, as vegetables
mrZ v ohief nt arid thev are still cheap. Saw foot peddlers

selling cantetoupes on the street last week, and usually they are

! hardly on the mar.ir.ei tnis time 01 yv .-n ai.
list week, was Army Week, and the, turnout t plljr Air
Force Base was the largest ever known, though easily handled,
Glad to receive a half dozen Panama Americans last week
n!a in4 f ..haf. frntner nn rinwn there. I still SEV The Pan-

ma' American is the best published, and their newshounds can t

Our stormy weather has passed on to Oklahoma, and they
are getting the floods now. Rivers overflowing, and they baa
to -evacuate half of Tulsa last night. The weatherman says Dei
via ih th Ritr Bend National Park are' getting more than

their share of the water, and the Southern Pacific Railroad was

out of commission north or Del Rio iwo aays lass wwt jusi
heard an estimate of $30 to $40 million damage in Tulsa and

$11 million to roads. The water put some oi our supernignways
mil af commission for a time, but with little damage Other

mid. ritrfnt far so well, and Darts of all roads out of San An

tonio were out at times. It's got to let up soon to make way

foa the tropical storms soon du. ,
t improvement In my sight the last few days Is beginning
to? make, me believe in heredity. My grandmother's sight re re-4
4 re-4 on an ah threw her daue awav. It would be. a

crime if mine followed suit and the public would have to put

It will take all the skill of ex

plumber George Meany to plug

tne leaks lrom toe Teamsters'' U

ninn. The latest "news". leaked

from the truck-drivers' headquart

ers comes from a pipeline Just

laid down bv its million-dollar pub

lie relations man. The "leak'' says

that AFL-CJO president Geori

Meany will resign and Walter Reu Reu-ther
ther Reu-ther will take over.
.George Meany loves this work

and this liznt and has no intention

of quitting, not even for the ima

ginary Ambassador's post wmcn
President Eisenhower is supposed

to have offered him personally at

a Flag dinner, according to tne

But' the Teamo propaganda

peration must first move Meany
out of the 1 bor presidency before

Keuthef, can b turnea mio me
bocrevman with which to frighten

off those who are criticizing tne

Teamsters Union, which is still on

trial inside labor despite the un

frocking of Dave Beck, mortgager,
fTha ''leak's" thwry is to make

it saam that only Rauthar It

fighting the Teamstara and that
ha wants to destroy tha big u u-nien
nien u-nien because it stands In the way
of his sailing central af all labor.

in. iu..M. anvthKlinw tnr another ten vears.

IIDK W1U1 III J U1VI1W bihum.u'b -- i,
! r...41iw la nn nil mrm hivi Alraadv rpel VSd nOtlCB

that a friend In New Jersey is on his way via California and

ahould make It In a month. And rignt nere a ourning queauou;
too many people are getting killed on the road and never return.
Let'tufcope they have better luck.

Sincerely,

- Pop -Wright

j The Panama Postal Service is something terrible, and In
"support of the assertion I would like to cite my oivn experience.
i I was told by telephone from Panama City 'that I was to
- receive two letters, one dated May 7 and another dated May 8.
; 1 They were directed to me via the Colon Post Office of
course, according: to the treaty. I hanpend to go to the Post

ntfira everv other riav. but everv time was told no letters.

This continued until the 23rd of the same month at which
Mm T innnnu tha letter, had heen lost.

But on the 23rd i was nanaed tne letters wunoui. a wora

.l...f tu alav- V.-. ,j'A,?aK

I Tha lUffloi showed that they where -canceled lit Panama

Post Office on the 7th and 8th, so where 'they were in the in
tervenin time is anybody's guess.
i t' Disgusted
. ' :

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ROTC PARADE

Sir:

. l Hoy silly can the Balboa High School authorities get?
- To keep the seniors amused you don't educate these days,
lust amuse they ordered out the militia, the ROTC, to parade
iaakAaai V am Wane vfm flantHa 1t fKai ait a H 111 wi TKI m ft AAiifaa

was In lieu of school. And this was to be a dressed-up, spic
and span salute to departing friends.
' The parade began. The seniors snickered. The militia
mrched. Not the aple and span group expected. But a group
of oys who tired of the two-faced way the Balboa High School
authorities played both ends against the middle. They were
dressed In all sorts of odd clothing. And they Joked as they
marched. The principal blew his top. The militia retreated
and the Seniors wondered what other amusement would be
provided for them.
i All of which poses two questions: Why was the ireview held?
And why not get some people in charge with something on the I
bap?

i Tired of the Yea Mea

j
i NM years of pleasure J
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KODAK PANAMA, LTD.
PANAMA a COLON

'This Is the theme of scores of

,aeoehex at Teamo meetines

round the country. It is stentorian-

ly interwoven with lyrical phras phrases
es phrases like "Thd Teamsters Union will

take care of any, bad. situations

that arise within -its1: ranks with

out outsider, 'sticking their noses'

And. 'No matter what any Team

ster did tht was wrong, it is the

Teamstert'' determmation to pro

tect the American way of bargain

ing and fight the European way.

that is the heart of the attack upon

us.'

Then it is caretuily explained to

the captive audiences what the

European way" is in Tesm-

sters leaders' iareon. They are go-

mg up ana aown tne counirysiae
saying that the European way is

Reuther's way This comes net

from iust a handful of local offi

cials putting their shields together
to nrotect their leaders. This comes

from the too itseu n- and means
that the fight with Reuther is a

finish bout. y-

It comes from the aide-de-camp

of none other thljn Jim Hoffa, who
directs tlie Teamsters today. This
lieutenant is easily the most in intellectual
tellectual intellectual of Teamsters.

Hu is Harold Gibbons if St. Louis

who is beiLig touted in some circles
for a top spot in the Teamo high

command, it 4i .Gibbons: newspa newspaper
per newspaper which explains ;the: socalled
contest ol trans .i Atlantic ways of

life. Here s how Gibbons put It in

his paper recently:

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By BOB RUARK

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STOCKHOLDERS OF CERVECERIA
IIACIOIIAL, S. A.
(NATIONAL BREWERY LNC.)

1 TMa la to rtmind you that, as por written notiet
already mallad to you, the Extraordinary Central
;Assambly of Stockholders called by the Board of
Directors for tho purpose of amend inf the By-Laws
of tho Company and adopting other necessary and
convenient meaturee, will bo hold In our New Plant,
Transisthmian Highway, en Wodnasdsy, May 29th.
h9S7 at 7 p.m.
i
Duo to tho Importaneo of tho mattors to. bo ejis.
cussed at this mooting, your punctual attendance Is
j-equetted. tf unable to attend, wo would approeiato
your' sending us your Proxy as soon at posisble. bo.
fort tho data of tho mooting.

THE SECRETARY.

''.

" The olain fact It that unU
ty hasn't baan reached. If it
shauld be reached en PteutherV
terms, he stands ta be tha 'top
dog' and bass af a Eurepeenlxed
la bar movement. Ha mutt dat dat-trey
trey dat-trey tha Teamstara ta achieve
hit ambitiwi...Againtt this trend,
stand the Teamsters holding to
the eld American way af mill mill-tent
tent mill-tent struggle, independence and
autonomy .."
There are sharp attacks on Reu

ther's assistance to the State Dept.
Specifically, the Teamsters go af

ter his trip to India, undertaken

after discussions with secretary of

State John Foster Dulles and Vice-

President Richard Nixon.

While he (Reuther) was mak

ing speeches in India and else'

where as. an errand boy of the

State Dept.. tne Teamsters were

organizing and negotiating. Orato

ry was nit suDtutute lor action.

"Does this mesa tne Teamsters

were perfect? Of course not. We
know we have soft spots... that

there are mistakes here and there

... that there is aa appalling a a-mount
mount a-mount of organizing to be done...
that we have hundreds of contracts

that need to be improved. The

punt is that we were working on
them not making global speech speeches."
es." speeches." And then Hoffa tops this with a
speech of his own in which he ssys.

"There isnt anybody going to de destroy
stroy destroy the Teamsters Union. We are
going to get larger and larger."

There yen nave tne cattle elans.

Aad there will be a battle, for Reu

ther has never been known to hide

behind curtail of silence.

WILMINGTON. N.C. -The old

town has betrayed me and bounc bounced
ed bounced alive. It ia exactly as if you
were married to a crinoline-type

girl with pf ntalets and came back
20 odd years later to find her
wearing short vamp shoes and

doing the rock V roll.

This town has been here since

somewhere in the 1730s when
bunch of people came up the riv river
er river to hide lrom the pirates, or

something. They were also .hiding

from the mosquitoes. tfj-..

tTn until I departed in 1931 It

stilt maintained a gentle hook

worm, lassitude. Georee Washine-

Aon never ileDt here. hutCftrnw8r-

Jlis.did ana. we. have got -'marble

plaque to prove it, Cornwall! was

still topical as a damn 'Yankee

type interloper when I was a boy
and de wahr between de states "Was

regarded as too advanced for

cocktail conversation.
It is a sleepy summertime town.

green and bvely still, with fine
fishing off the beaches that I play

ed on as a kid Carolina, Wnghts Wnghts-ville,
ville, Wnghts-ville, Fort Fjsher, Baldhead, and
Topsail

The big stuff close to the Gulf

Stream is backlashing up a lot of
forme Florida and Bimini sports sportsmen,
men, sportsmen, becaure we have the sails

and other forious fighters heavier

here.

We have also forgiven the Yanks

for losing' the Civil War and Sel-

aom nang one except for a cause,
such as being uppity. j;
But while retaining-its charm,
the town has fired .all the o 1 d e
cuhnel massa bosses who wanted

to keep it mossgrown and moldy.

It is beginning to Jumo. There

is a big. military installation not

far away in Brunswick Countv. In

dustries have moved in and more

are coming,

The Cape Fear River yields
more than 300,000.000 gallons of

usable water a day. even when

there is a drought. snd there is

one- spring that turns out .70JK)0,

ww gaiinns aaysM7

The town had doubled amoa JJ

iem jbu. ven me -tw.uvu population

can't use but 10,000,000 gallons of
water a dav, Industrially, water

today is more valuable than ura uranium.
nium. uranium. -v

I am dwelhng in 1 fine motel

across the street from a f a n c y
suburb whose worth in ground and

buildings can be computed in mil

lions. ;r '.

As I' stand by the swimmintf pool

at the Carnliman, I am mildly a a-mused.
mused. a-mused. I am looking at what my

old man used to own until the De

pression came along. I guess

you would say we had poor tim

South Port, which I am certain no-

spent much time in a little

seaport town close aboard called

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body ever hoard of until recently.
My grandpa's magnolia tree and
house are still there and the mock mockingbird's
ingbird's mockingbird's descendants still live in

me magnolia. ,- ;
But South Port, on a small
scale. : is jumping, too. Between

the big fish and the wild-gardenia
climate and the Sunny Point am ammunition
munition ammunition loadint .denot.. wa ara a

famous town now. More Yankees
tell me more things about South
Port, which still manages to com combine
bine combine ponegrr nates, palmettos- and
oaks with prosperity, y t ;
We still hive our stately planta planta-tions.
tions. planta-tions. our. azslea cardensiSnd eur

Spanish mnss,j!WecsUU;,halvel3 te

iuuiijj. 1141. uv,uiii .ana .mm ioiees

singing and s torn pine .around, in

tne ousn; .a ,. ,?.a

My old town hasn't lost anv of

its cnarm, but the air of prosperi prosperity
ty prosperity is almust frightening and it is

demonstrated by the new modern

homes, fancy shopping centers snd

violently illustrated autos.
Some of. the vibrancy r e s u 1 1 s

irom tne loss of a basic industry,
the Atlantic Coastline Railroad,

wmcn was cased nere and is mov moving
ing moving away.

KThe city had hung on to the

coastune a lueume, and s o m e-

thmg called the Committee of One
Hundred," Livulvinr some 200 firms

realized that effort had to replace

the sad, old standby. Splendid iso

lation from tne present was re
placed by cooperation. -i
The old Colonel Fauntleroy W

Leafmolds were put out to pssture
and the young folks took the town
by force. Foi instance, the Mayor,

Dan Cameron, is only 35 years old.
This sounds like a pure Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce piece and so it Is.

But 1 am proud and happy with
my town, which has miraculously

managed to maintain all of its old

charm and leafy beauty while
still casting off the bounds of old old-time
time old-time Southern slavery to yester yesterday.
day. yesterday.

LMnY-o.Roir:3

ly ailW ogARIOM

WASHINGTON-Coneress Is now

in a wild, free-wheeling mood such
as hasn't been seen by Washington
observers since the ebb-days of
Herbert Hoover. r

It's a mood in which every Con

gressman wants to get in his whack
at the budget so he can wave the

meat-ax from the soapbox ; back

home,

It's a wood in which the budget

may be cut' up, not intelligently,
but piecemeal when it gets to the

uoor of tnt House of itepresema

uves,

The mood is sweeping Congress

like a tornado, and neither the

President's TV appeal nor Con'

gressional leaders have been able

to stop it. -

Actually the leaders h a v a n't

triad. ; COP latdart, alt af them
in tha appetite wing from "mad "madam
am "madam Republicanism." ara delight.

ad at tht way the budget warm

has turned, and Ike's ap

peal brought as much critical

mail as it did favorable. He was

bitterly .disappointed. v

That was one reason he pulled

his punches so markedly at his

press conference tne nay after ms

TV address, v announced to Con

gress that he would not' retaliate

gainst Republicans ; who opposed

him, said lie would not ev

en work directly with the modern

Republicans who are fighting for

him. :''. wr,-.!,

This was 'like pinning a "kick

me sign on his own back. t r v
It was also equivalent to tell

ing such courageous GOP friends

as Sens. Clifford Case of New Jer

sey and JacloJavits of New York

that their battles for him would

be unrewarded. r ;

No president since the days of

Herbert Hoover, who never under

stood politics, has used these tac tactics
tics tactics with Congress. ' v s 1

it means the abdication of bow

er. In this case it may mean Con Con-eress.
eress. Con-eress. not the White House, will

be 'running the country ior the

next three and a half years.

NOTE Responsible Cnnsres-

sional leaders such as Georee Ma-

hoo of Texas, hesd of the Milita

ry Appropriations. subcommittee,

are worried over what the hell

bent-for economy rush will do to

tne armea services, manon na
warned House leaders they must
stop the carnage when the defense

budget comes up for a vote.

, -c

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rTWO OLD SOLDIERS

When those two old Soldiers.

Field Msrshal Montgomery a n d

General Elsenhower, decided they
would have fired Generals Lee and
Mesde for their errors in the heat

of Gettysburg, they forgot some

errors they. themselves msdv; not

in wt neai or oatuei world war

, Their greatest error was to cur
aff. the gasoline of Gens. Omar
radley and George S. Patten
whan they ware racing far the
German aardar bringing 1 their
offenaiva to a dead stop in order
te let Monty catch up. ..
' Most war stratesists have null

ed their punches in evaluating this

error, but some believe it caused

many thousands of American ca casualties
sualties casualties -and delayed winning the
war for three months. :

' '-. .; ," '' "' 'V V ': ': v
Bradley, one of the eentler cri

tics, put. it this way: "Three

months, and many casualties later
we were to be forcefully reminded

that in war opportunity once for for-ssken:
ssken: for-ssken: is opportunity lost forever.

Not until Dec. 2 did Third Army

crack the Saar and then only af

ter a bitter winter if tensive
through a heavily fortified line."

Other ci.'ics said the war could

have been won before Christmas.
Instead it terminated May 6.
This column reported 'guardedly
Oct. 22. 1944 because of wartime

censorship: "Montgomery had
been given Caen as his objective.
But days passed and nothing hap hap-ocned.
ocned. hap-ocned. Eisenhower kept hammer

ing at Montgomery, urging an ad

vance. But nothing happened. Fin Finally
ally Finally air Intelligence showed that

German resistance behind allied
lines was a mere shell. So Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower gave the order for Bradley
to ignore Montgomery and break
through Nasi lues to the south."
MONTY WANTED U.S. TROOPS
"The fact was that Montgomery

demanded an entire U.S. army,
the First Army, to command be

fore he would advance. ,

General Bradley desenbes this:

in detail in his book "A Soldier's
Story."' He also tells how Montgo
mery was given Jus and : Patton'a
gasoline.
Bradley on the whole was kind
toward his friend Eisenhower, but
occasionally he chafed at the way
Ike delayed the war and lost lives

to appease Montgomery.

bisennower was not yet ready

to cut 11s free from Montgomery,"

wrote me man in command of i

senhower's combat troops.

Montgomery suggested that the

Third Army miaht .bed down 0

the Meuse and there let v Patton ;
hold, while he raced, on to Berlin,,

...vw ... ... ... ....
"The Dfoaosal wa s reminixrent 1

of Montv'a tactics durinff tha Siri.

ban campaign v when he recom1

mended that U.S. forces sit out the

war on a defensive front while he

went on alone to take Messina."

.irk. .r ..' -.

- mien. iuoniEomerv warned th

take over th entire U.S. First Ar.

my to bolster his own British fore-

es, uraaiey opposed. j

Why three additional corna?"

he argued with Eisenhower, 'that's
two more than he will need. If Mon-.
ty would only take a chance and
attack without an : overwhelming

preponderance, we might use those -two
remaining corps to reinforce.
our lower thrust on the Rhine."

.: But Eisenhower, sided w 1 1 h t
Montgomery and Patten, accord. 1
Ing ta Bradley, 'sawi found hie1'
advance choked off by shertsge
af gasoline. I argued strenuously .",
with Eitenhewar -ever Montv'a :

extravagance in tannage but was
unable ta bvdge him. .,
"I pleaded with Ike to discard

(Monty's scheme for an' air dron

on TournaL 'We'll bo there before
you can pull it.' I warned. But Ei

senhower stuck by his guns."
Sure enough, Bradley got to
Tournal with his fast moving
ground troops before' Montv sot

there by air. .' t", ;

At 5:15 a m.' Sent. 3." wfota

Bradley, "Hansen awakened me
with a message from Monty who.
complained that U.S. troops in
Tournti wtre blocking the British

rosd.".

Those were soma of the arrnra

the old soldiers forgot about when
they said they would, have fired
Lee and Meade' for .errors at Get

AILING Sen. Joseph Mc McCarthy,
Carthy, McCarthy, 47-year-old -Witconaia
Republican, Is confined
Bethetda Naval Hospital auffer auffer-tng
tng auffer-tng from acute hepatitis, an in- -fl
animation of tha liver. Hos
pital authorities said bis condi
tioa is considered serious but
not critical

"SWELL" PALS rive-year
old Mimi Ard, af Chen ick, Pa,
and ber Trench poodle CUquot
both got their luir.pt via the
smunpe. Medical science aays
it's almost impocsibla tor a dog
. to have mumps, but aa locradif
lous veterinariaa conftrmed that
Cliquot caught the ament
whila playing with the child.
S Mimi and her pet are laa-.ped
tPfHhtt tn rrwT.

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officer, v; S, Naval Station; Coco Solo, the Secnav Award -for motor vehicle safety.; Shown
Inspecting Jheir Secretary of Navy Awards following the presentation by St. Angelo are (from f
left to right) Beebe,. St Angelo, Johnson and Utley.- ;(U. S.yavy Photograph)

Le IriWour Own Home Can Begin Af 60
Under New Liberalized FHA Mortgage Plan

WASHINGTON, 'May 25 (UP)
life' can begin at 60 for toe pros prospective
pective prospective home owner under a new
government program.- -
If vour are 60 or over you are
eligible for liberalized -FHA' mort
gages on a new nouse. Ana iur
the 'first" time qualified non-profit
organizations can build apartment apartment-style
style apartment-style units' especially designed 'for
the elderly without requiring resi residents
dents residents to make down-payments or
"founders' fees. '
840 fce, Panama Qty;
1090 Kcs., CoW
Telephone: -Se'ranas
- Utt Colon s-'
IHIS
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! Today! Monday, May 27
. 4nn Vnatnra Review -.
4:30 What's Your Favorite (ra.
- Quests taken by phtnei
:J0 Newi
: J5 What's Your Ftoi It
i :0Q AUea Jackson Commen-
trv
, :1J5LU' RIBBON- BPORTii
. t till S:oo) f v
REVIEW tPbst Bttr
:30 WRUL Rebroadca8t;
T:00 Over Ta You
' 7:30 VOA Report From UJ. V
t:00 Muslo By Roth --
:30 Proudly Wa HaU
9 : 00 YOu Asked For It Jr
, quests taken by phone
' tlU7:J0)-
10:30 Cavalcade Of America r
11:00 Concert Under Tht Start ;
12:00-J51gn.Off :-
Tomonwr,, Tweaday, May 2t ..
:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
t, Club (requests taken
1 v-ao-JCornins' Salon Concert
. t:is Church m Tht Wlldwood
. :00 Ntw- '.
:15 Bacred Heart -i
n AS T iif Tt r.
10-00 JENNIFER'S JOXT RWAL
. (Culex and Odoronoj
10:05 Spina And Needles (rt--,
, quests iaken by phone

7 :; tux s-joj J ,M- i
11:00 New v -11:05
Spins and Nttdl.
v ,' "- cont'd) - .-
11:30 Meet Tht Entertainer
13:00 News , t
13:05 Lsnehtlmt Melodies ;
13:30 Sweet And Hot --
1)0 Newt' '
' 1:15 Musie Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of Tba Pioneers
15 Forward March -1:00
Tex Beneke Show -J:15
Freddy Martin Show
3:30 Songs From The Shews
3:00 Hank Snow And HU Raln Raln-.
. Raln-. bow Ranch Boys
j:15ammy KakeEhow'
30 Music For Monday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's loir Favorite
- (riqs et taken by
: phone till 3:00) "l
f:Sa-Xtwa' - .
S:3S What! Your Fartrltt
. (conrd)
g:O0 ADrn Jackson' Commen-
Ury i
:15-BLVE RIBBON SPORTS
REVirw (Pabst Beer j
1:33 On start America
(WKtX)
7:00 Interlude For Medt -7U5
KOW CKIUSTIAN SC3 SC3-IN'CX
IN'CX SC3-IN'CX EZALS ;
7.-39-VOA Report frofae TJ J.
l;WW0Tld Of Jasa
t.lO-Wt WJth The tyons
t;00 YOt Asked Tor It fr fr-erjerti,
erjerti, fr-erjerti, taken by phone
tUl 7:331 V . ......
10 !3 W uxic From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama
10 VTrTr-!e Of Drtamt
jl ----rt t'ndtt Tts Stars
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chief of staff, 15th. Naval District.

Capt. J. E. Johnson, USN, commanding officer of the U.S. Naval ;

The program was signed into
law last year. One group-living pro
ject has already been opened on
the West Coast. 1 .
The FHA points .out that the only
requirements- for an old : person
who wants, a new single home are
tnat n be able to meet nis month monthly
ly monthly mortgage payments and main
tain the property t
For; the first -time ..;the elderly
may borrow the down payment
and closing costs from a member
of his family, his employer .or a
cnaritaoie orgamzauon or anr oth
er source acceptable to the FHA,
u ne ig capaoie oi paying it back.
This means that a person over
60 who has a regular income' but
not enough cash for Initial pay-
Communisfs Breach
Protocol Af Party ;
llonqrino:Jord:irr;4
CAIW,?Maf iTOT-rWesftitf
military- attaches noted a breach
of protocol" by Soviet and Com Communist
munist Communist bloe diplomats 'at a Jorda Jordanian
nian Jordanian national day- party' here last
night;
The attaches said Soviet and Sa Satellite
tellite Satellite military attaches attended
the Jordanian party dressed in ci-
uu ciuuici tauicr maa military
Uniform. Which wn ennAirA m
breach of diplomatic pratoL
V;r., '-.

R0:B:MLSG

Open;d!-:ddyMdM from 7 to 9 p.m. also.
ENGLISH CARS
; Oajwnuwd : o Siandaid Jw o Jtuwitth

. rr I (
Uanquahd Suian ;
: The large and eomferUble
' few doer aateenoblle.
Beaaeaably priced. Vf
, te 45 mUee per
' . ; jgallotu '4
. . . .

w j f p v, H ;

A
- Amnw..mill,:a
'ori behalf jDf the Secretary
ments still can finance a home
with the government backed FHA
mortgage without laying out any
of his own money,
It also opens the door for group group-living
living group-living projects for the elderly
through non-profit organizations.
The- FHA has listed as likely
sponsors under the programorgan programorgan-uations
uations programorgan-uations like churches.' labor un
ions, f raternal lodges, v e t e r a n s
groups, or local government.
:Tbe Initial cost to the sponsoring
agency is 10 per cent of the final
costs 'f the group, project. In ad addition,
dition, addition, -such 'Units may be built
with special facilities for the eld
erly like infirmaries, chapels and
dining rooms,
j '
He sponsor must be able to car carry
ry carry on the project out of earned or
unearned income and- must dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate its' long-term interest : in
providing housing for the elderly.
There is no rule governing the
bigness of the project, but it must
have at least eight family livingi
units to quality as a group dwei-
' The government set up the pro program"
gram" program" so that group' housing proj
ect! 'for the elderly will be' well
distributed throughout the nation
and well integrated into ; the life
of the community.
The FHA pointed out to those fi fiver
ver fiver 80 who want to own their own
homes that it doesn't lend money-it
only insures money borrow borrowed
ed borrowed from the usual "sources like
bsnks and similar institutions. The
bank then must apply for the gov government
ernment government backing,
; i

NOW on DISPLAY

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Army Flier Beams With Pride
As Son Follows Chosen Career

' a proud ; father expressed
pleasure this week on his son s
following in nis iootsteps, oiepa
which have led, incidentaly, to
one of the most attractive career
fields m the U.5. Army Army
Aviation.
- -Col. I. B. Washburn, y.8. Army
Caribbean Inspector General, re
ceived word that his son, 2nd Lt.
Richard B. Wasnburn, was one
of the 91 student otneers com'
oletina the Army's first four-
month. 5 primary flight training
course at Camp Gary, Texas,
since the course became a con
tract flying school operated for
the Army by wunam j. uranam
and Son.
Washburn left the' Canal Zone
Fridav (May 24V for his new as
signment, chief of the office of
aviation aiiairs, unice Assistant
Secretary of the Army, in wasn
Dick Washburn's decision to
become an Army aviator was
nrobablv no accident, his father
noteo. wnue refusing to consia-
er hlmseii a v "pioneer- in me
field of Army e aviation CoL
Washburn admits to having: been
in the business oi -light aircrait
in every assignment, except nis
IG Job here fa the Canal Zone,
since right after worm warn.
When his son entered West
Point, Washburn was command command-ant
ant command-ant of the Army Aviation School.
Young Washburn was graduat graduated
ed graduated from the U A Military Acade Academy
my Academy last June. He attended the
battery officers' course at the
Artillery School, Ft. Bliss, Tex.,
then went to Fort Bennlng where
he qualified as a parachutist.
Washburn, says he got into Ar
my Aviation in its early years
because of the success or light
aircraft in supporting his artil artillery
lery artillery missions during the war.
"Over 95 oer cent of the fires I
needed during world War II," he
said, "were either aajusted by air
or were fired on unobserved tar tar-sre.tn
sre.tn tar-sre.tn baaed on aerial observation
and reconnaissance." He added.
"Some knowledge-of Army avia
tion looxea like a gooa wing ior
an artillery officer."
After settinz his wines. Wash
burn was named chief of the De-
nartment of Air Trainine at Fort
SiU, Okla. When that department
was maae into uie- Army avih-
tion school. Washburn- became
its first commandant. Later the
school was shifted to Fort Ruck Ruck-er,:
er,: Ruck-er,: Ala. The younger Washburn
haa alreadv renorted in there for
his advanced and tactical lugnt
tralnlnff. ; .-
V Outlining how the Army has
progressed mm mi norse cav
alry to sicy cavairy, ana uie Dig
future of Army aviation. Brig.
Gen. Roland del 'Mar, assistant
division commander of the 4tn
Armored Division, Fort Hooa,
cs.nYou 'have stepped into tht
beginning -oi ut reax Army oi
the future."
The general, whose first intro
duction to aviation was training
as an aerial observer in World
War I-typt biplanes, commented
that he started in the Army with
the corse cavalry and is now
serving when a sky cavalry Is
being developed. '
The sky cavalry u compnseo oi

1 4 At its new location, San Gregorio Building,
, Ave. Jiisto Aroseniena.

- DOOR STATION .WAGONS

newly formed

Army Aviation
units beinrf integrated into com-
bat outfits that utilize light fixed
wing and helicopter aircraft in'
assault tactics. v -' i
, The i' Army Primary1"' flight
traintmr course attended by
Dick Washburn offers primary
training in fixed-wing aircraft
for officers of all branches au authorized;
thorized; authorized; Army aviation with the
exception of the Medical Service
corpc'i4 tw'ft
vi?.sS v :i t
" Applicants, for- Army Aviation
flight, training must meet the
prerequisites a outlined in JAR

eu-uo. v a montn, regardless or age, ior au
Washburn notedthat'cVreer,"'

management policies rotate Army
aviators, within their regular
branch training assignments.
"Army aviation definitely broad broadens
ens broadens an officer's career assign assignment
ment assignment capabilities,'' he said
. '.'The modern wearon systems
in use today," he added'are use
less unless you can direct their
fire onto targets. Aerial obser observation
vation observation is 'a major assist In this
problem."- -
He also pointed out that Army
aviation units wui, m the near
future,, enable a division com
mander, within his own capablll
ty, to move a major unit in coin
bat completely independent of
roads. -1
Funny Folks
. .." ACROSS 7
1 Funny fellow
' 4 Joke
' 8 Late humorist,
; ', wp- Allen
12 Humorist,
- -George
18 Eye part
14 Bo borne.
' IS Number
16 Fun maker
IS Young frog
i 20 Legal claims
21 Go astray
22 Statesman,
Elihu
24 Gambling
" game.''..
1 2Vipers'
Most sensitive
4 Panel member
5 Wicked r
Jwbb lt
ceremonies -7
Oriental -,
porgy
I Apple, for
Instance
Irritate
I
10 British
- statesman
11 German
articles
IT Nearer
19 Inclined
23 Visual
24 Discharge
25 War god of
Greece
11 XkliWK UllHlJ
" 30 Peaceful
32 Cylindrical
34 Take offense
39 Laundry
machine
36 Superlative
suffix
37 Soft mineral
39 Dispatched
40 Stocking!
41 Man's
nickname
. 42 Dye
!4$Blaekieys
4TaIk(witfei
at Negative woi
52 Poker stake
: ft) Olympian
goddess v
54 Also
55 Cape
59 Soviet city

tt I r jk 1! L N 15 N Vl
r 5""" "ipt"""7 "ipt"""7-at
at "ipt"""7-at r -sr;
si 3 T:
I I I I I I I I

57 Small (Scot.)
DOWN
1 Electric unit
I 2 Notion
Jjuumph

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The beet epert ear m the
Market far tte price. 1M HP.
Srneliretttaed cheagea, extra
metal top, back eeat for
- ehildrem.

Low-Cost Group life
Insurance For Gl$
Available In CZ

' WASHINGTON f (AFPJ5) -tow
K08t 8rouP ufe insurance-is now
offered to servicemen ana women
Xd;ld meo r prces
'""?lB"1
of Washington. ..
Available to regular member of
the services on active -duty in all
enlisted grades, the plan provides
a $10,000 policy at lowest possible
COSt. i-i '
Designed to five men and wom women
en women in the ranrcs the benefits of
group lite insurance; formerly l a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable only to commisioned and
warrant officers, no medical exa examination
mination examination is required.
The cost of full coverage is $9.00
a month,, regardless of age, for all
UAtMlUUUB UUUCD TV iiJ TTiaa vvumi-
bute $12.50 monthly. Premiums can
be naid bv allotment.
Tne association is" non-profit or organization
ganization organization recently formed by. en enlisted
listed enlisted members of the A r m e d
Forces in the Washington 'area.
Other benefits available through
the association are emergency
loans to meet extraordinary fami family
ly family expenses and scholarship grants
up to 300 annually for deserving
children of members.
Additional information may: be
obtained from:. Armed Forces En Enlisted
listed Enlisted Benefit Assn., 422 Washing Washington
ton Washington Bldg., 15th St. and New York
j Avenue, Washington 5, D.C. The
regular membership fee is $2.00
Answer to Previous Puzzle
imw.ievwi
26 Be an agent
(2 words)
27 Mean
dwellings
28 Solar disk
29 Impudent
31 Chant
33 Varnish
ingredient
3& Inferior
40 Bee homes ..
41 Rope nber
42 Look over
43 Musical v
, quality
44 Social insects
46 In this place
47 Space
48 Greek porch.
50 Creek letter
Ftr eeeaemy and eemfert
. i fear deer ear.

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THIS WEEK'S LUCKY WINNERS:
- Capt-William E; Hopkins W titer Maduro
Capt. lberico Gianni Mrs. E. de Quintana.
Elsie F. Raymond Dr. Julio Gonzalez
Elmer glinton Gladys Avila
Mr., Streicher- Hector H. Torre

Gloria de Escof fery
buy ON
and win in
4th of July
Elsa dt Morals
Hugo Wood
Sra. .L. Cortez -Maria
dt Regis
Therese Albtrtson
Luis A.' Julian

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' P 1 $ -95

OIECK YOUR SALES SLIP i
No. 6 WON THIS WEEK i

TAHITI

7 THE JEWELRY STORE

18-47 Central

The Store Where Yob Doable Your Money Free

1 Largest selection t!
In Town for your '"' A
indoor and outdoor ?
!..! j:
"v'"a;-
8V
-
Dora Delgado Garrido
CLUB or CREDIT
A
our FREE WEEBXY BAFFLE,u
Ave. and "H" St. TeL 2-0725 1
I

ff. Wall Dtsner't '

INDERELLA

It will bt a
big day In tht
life of your
"Little Miaa" ;
when she rtceives
her very first
real watch.
.
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THIS WEEK'S LUCKY WINNERS:

' Marta Spoel
Mrs. Monahan
. Florence Hebert
Patricia Lawless
Sherman Downard
Joseph L. McPhtrson x
Ave. (137)

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"THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN JNDEPENDENT BAttT NEWSPAPER.
MONDAY, MAX 27, 1957

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film f tytiffmtnft, Wmniasi, flteiks, PailiH mnJ Hav$f tLmia! t mmihl pmmptkf U iatmmLn Juimm
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CO-CHAIRMEN AND MODELS FOR FT. CLAYTON "SUMMER RESORT STYLE SHOW Left
to right, Mrs. Jon Porter, Mrs. Russell Hecnlnger, Mrs. Charles Clover, Mrs. Elmer Grubbs,
Mrs. John Wilkerson, Mrs. Roy Strom, Mrs. Francis Plencer, Mrs. George SUva and Mrs. Joe
- Jaggers. . y ; '""''

SCMMER RESORT FASHIONS TO BE FEATURED I
f iFT. CLAYTON OFFICERS WIVES STYLE SHOW s .1
,
TZ1 The last social event under the sponsorship of the present group of officers of the:
rV rtfflnara Wiirra nlllk will ka a Alnna. InllmuJ .i.rl- .honr !1Viln.lg

! 'Tpne 5, at 8 p.m. in the Ft. Clayton Officers Club.
' J-m Hostesses for the dinner are Mrs. John C. Price, Mrs. Karl Wr Woodman, and Mrs.
Frederick M. Wells. J j

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MISS JUNE CAROL BARLOW
who will graduate from Balboa
High Shool, ; : was awarded
Lodge. No. 1414 B.P.O.;Ell
Scholarship tor two years at
. the Canal Zone Jr. college.

Outstandingly attractive "sum "sum-!
! "sum-! mer resort" fashions from tue
house of Felix Maduro have been
f chosen by the style show co-chair-1
i men, Mrs. Francis B. Plencer
J and Mrs. John C. Wilkerson.
,
' Miss Esther Votaw of San Fran-
eisco, a Rowers-trained model who
is presently visiting her sister
and brother-in-law, Lt. and Mrs.
" George SUva of Ft. Clayton, is as

sisting ine ciud memoers wno win

Silva will herself act as a model,
together with Mesdames Charles
. T- 1 ft 1 1 T T

w. ciover, fiiiner oruuug, jub a.
Jaggers, Jon E. Porter, Joseph
R. Walton, Russell, W. Hechinger,
and Roy M. Strom.
Interest will he nHHerl in the

skits bv the bresence of male es

corts: Lt. Col. David Ramsey,
Tant. Bnh Reinke. I.t. Craven Win-

slow, and 2nd Lt. Don Minifie.

Assisting tne moaeis DacKstage

,take part in the style show. Mrs-will be Mrs. John G. Collins, and

"

Mrs. Claudius A. 'Beall, Jr. will

nrnvirfe nnnrnnriaf ninnn mimir

aurmg we siyie snow skiis

Members have been asked to say

yes" when the teleDhone com.

mittpfl r-alln ahniit. rpsprvntinn

and are reminded that husbands
and guests are also welcome.
Norris-Llnten Waddina

SoUmniztd in Arlington
M. and Mrs. Hermnn TT. T.lntnn

of Falls Church, Virginia, an-

nounce the marriage of t h e i r

daughter Patricia ixmse to lneo lneo-nnrn
nnrn lneo-nnrn -Konalfi Moms, son of "-mr.

and Mrs. Wilber JL. Norris, former former-iv
iv former-iv nt Uiiriinrtii and now residina

in Arlington, Virginia. , v, 4 f
Tne marriaee auOK place hi St.

Agnes : Cathohc Church in;? At-

iiugion on jaay zo.
.' Mr. Norris is a graduate of Bal

boa Hictii

years with the United iates -ma

rine corps.

Diana Skinner
To Be Graduated

In AaissIudu

; Diane Smnner, the 1955 Canal

zone college uuo schoiarsmn a-

wardee, will be graduated next
weeK irom MississiDDi Southern

Couege, Hattiesburg, with an A.

a. aegree m ungiisn ana bpamsn,
and with- a teacnine certificate in

i During her two years at A1SC

miss .-Mcinnpr was a momner itt tnn

Choral Union,' the yearbook, staff.

fi rati. l;ni I national ; iinnorarv

non-aenominationai religious socie society),
ty), society), Kappa Ueita n (national
honorary educational sorority) and
the hiuuent Christian federation

Board of Directors.

SUfi wa th nresidunt nf th

Christian Science Student Asocia-

tion and was successively secre

tary and president of the ran-A
nrerlcan Student Association.

She also worked in, the office of

the president of the college, work
ed eveninss as a substitute teaoh

er of Spanish in a college adult

vuuj wwis jpax v pl MUilua
sports, and was the pianist in, a

VFVV National Home Benefits

As Poppies Go On Sa le Today

NOW! At the price of ordinary lipstick

Tha Sfitli annual RnHdv 'Pnnnv

Campaign to be conducted in the
llanai 'xvnn starts tndav and will

run through June.
!. ''Citizens of this community may
well taken pride in knowing their
contributions for the' VFW Buddy
Pnnnv Cam aicn hnva nlavsl a

vital part in building and maintain maintaining
ing maintaining the National Home at Eaton
Rapids, Mich.," chairman Robert
L. Robinson of the CZ Department
VFW said today.
The hnmn is snnnsnrail hv the

Veterans of Foreign Wars of the
United States, and dedinaterf tn

the Care and Wplfara nf the nrnhonc

and widwoa of. American honored

war aeaa." ,.-, j :

' For more than a onarter nf a

CentUTV the cit.lzons nf imipin.

have supported the Buddy Poppy

vauipaiKu, ;. xtoDinson pointed out.

inis support makes possible the
Unique V. F. W. NatJnnal Hum.

war orDhans and wiHnws ;

ject which ha been endorsed by

every -rresiaent smce its begin beginning
ning beginning in 1925." ? 7
' Each of th fiftv J....1

- -,,--"--' iuiuuuum unci
hngs of the V. F. W. Home is

sponsored by a state Department
of the Vt F, W and its Udies Au-

u "y:.a was otl M"rch 1925,
When Mrs. Edward Pnllet u.ir

W8V. Mich. Widow nf an Arm.,

ner six cnudren, he he-came
came he-came the first family to live in the
newly founded National Home.

TV blithe SoinV

Scene To Preyiew
Clayton Live Show
The hilnrlnu. 1!m.;.

- .ujjiiui: scene
from the first act of "BUthe Spir Spir-u
u Spir-u the seance scene will be

.iv CFN radi0 nd televi televi-sion
sion televi-sion s "Panorama" show tonight
beginning at 6:15 p.m.
Tnig' IS nrairiana .

store for Canal 2W

when th Vnei r,..j 1 j"v

nens Wedna iZmrV ..r

.. .. ,"l iu tour-

Theiter. Clayton

case

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refills your 'Futurama' case goes on forever!
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die luxury of a Van Cleef & Arpels jeweler-designed 'Futurama case complett
with lipstick for the price of a lipstick alone! v -. ;
Since the case is permanent, all you ever have to buy again 'are Revlon click click-in
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Hattiesburg church. And she regul

juih iiH i ii rii-r' n a aA.jArkto i

"""" "b nauunai security A A-gency
gency A-gency (Department of Defense) in

Wltn Vari01i Iflntvnatraka -Jii

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ue Riven an nnnnrtunttv ....

- rr- t,v cam
an m.a. in one of them In a local
univeraitv. i i j ...

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RalDh SkinnAF UM11 lrnn... 1...I

DhOtOCTaDhfinan urrltor ,Ai,

thoritv nn Panamanlana CJ u.ll

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tend the church of their choice.

Violent Earthquake
Rocks Turkey Area

rocked n,n.V ;.c"n,lu"

th. tn.un ..i

V Z501". M mues north
west of Ankara.
Several nth.. :

"X'u 'oeu-npmes. ;Two

....... tiS ; ul tne' Bolu1 Mosau
coUapsed d a number of
were dasiaaed. Badin Anir..;

rennrtad,: i.I f""

wgiwui. ncariy we4 whole of
the country. ;

Army Offers Regular Officer Status

To Qualified Scientists, Engineers

:" At present the heme, cares far
200 orphans each year but plans
have already been formulated for

ThA hnmA itclf AmhndlAC th fin,

est tvoe of care that can be slven

to a child deprived of its normal
faiYiilv rplafinnshin In 1 fnt 'th

If relationship between the child, its

cuvuuumeui, aim lis caieiuuy se selected
lected selected 'house mother' (herself the

widow of a war veteran is such
that tha phild fppl 1 nn liffornt

from the other children in th siir

rounding communities.;. tr-vi

a Moaern orick dweuings are serv
iced bv nn tn dat faoilitiaa in

eluding water irrigation, sewer,

ana incinerator systems, a hos

pitai, commissary, laundry, tar tar-age,
age, tar-age, warehouse, firehouse, audito

rium." commnnirv rcntor anH th

- ..U U1
letic field. f

in addition there Is a nursery
Where the vonneer rhildrvn in

given' SDecial raro inH

w HUM fc,V-MLliV.U,

ivuig on mu acres, of beautiful

aim leruie Micnitran ianrisiana th

Soungsters have a healthy outdoor
fe. Much nf this lanH ia

er to farming and dairying ;, with

.u ii uiacmnery ana equipment
Those boys so inclined may re
ceive nractipal inH .,,Imki ...

perience n these two vocations.

. i nr art opportunities for. both
boys and girls to loarn vario.
ty of trades and skills, and each
is encovraged to pursue the one
in which he rtht Is most to.
tOrattad. ,! !,ii.iy-:

The V. P. W Wont tr-iL.

not COnaidAraH 'ff'

, -a uvuif iur or
pnana m the commonly accepted

l"e worn, nor is it oper operated
ated operated On ihat hi. t s-

on the-same principles that apply
in oie nnmo. nt i

. v American
i each chl,(1 bein ive, n-

"""'' nenuon ana -, care. The
youngsters attend public schools in
Eaton Rapids, and each has every
ODDOrtUn tv n fnll. 1

skills or higher educational pur-

other marks of distinction; All!8 lth tnree experience
children are comnletelv fr t or a bachelor' decree with v

roh of v..- .l.i Iveara yiu.I.hk. ,. .,

In a nrnerrafn rts1cmat,.d bv

tne Denftrt,mnt. nf th Armv as

rrojecL nm. tn Armv ia cur

rentlv sppirino- onn nnaiifui m

Clali.sta whn will ha annnlntAH nf.

I fleers in the Regular Army with

careers in tecnnicai services ana
assignments in the research and
development a.rt.ivit.lp nf t.hpaa

i services, Headquarters, U.S. Ar

Procurement, nf thAsa onAMal

ISIS la authorlXMt In th Armor)

Forces Regular Officer Augmen Augmen-ation
ation Augmen-ation Act of 1855 (PL 737, ath

vuiisressn Appointmenu under

una. auvnoruy will he accom
pllshed prior to July 20, 1958.
, NO DrevlOUS miHt.arv AvnAri

ence is required of prospective

ituuiictiiiLa ur B.nniif.gnr.a Hntir-

ever, an applicant must be able
to COmDletA 20 Vnara acttva nnm.

missioned service in the Army

S nor io anainmeni oi ma 55th
irthday, w

" Arjnlifiation.T for a.nnnlnttnAnf

as officers in the Regular Army

uuacr uie provision oi jja Clr
No. 601-6, dated. April 18. 1957,
Will be accentrl fmm. nnaliftasl

Individuals wno are specialists In

WIS Of iV lieiQB. -
These i fields lnrinda nhvic

nuclear nhvsics. Alor.t.rlcal n'.

gineering, electronic engineering
electronic data nrocesslnz. aero-

nautical engineering and civil

engineering.
, Othera- a.r niwlAai. AffAAtc an.

glneerlng, mechanical engineer,
ing, chemical engineering, chem chemistry,
istry, chemistry, communications engineer engineering,
ing, engineering, mathematics. bacterioloav

and meteorology. w
; The rpmftlndpr in kolth Vi

,- .-- ........ K"J-

sica or ramo oology, psychophy psychophy-siolOgy,
siolOgy, psychophy-siolOgy, hydrology; operations

feaeaxen ana guiaea missiles.

Minimum renntrinnt a a

---j v

we prospecuve applicant or

BUDiu;anK nR o nir.ivATi n'.

United States who can complete
20 years Of actlvn aarvloa aSv hi.

sBii. L. i, . : w j ."o

MM cinnaay ana possess a doc.

wrs aegree. or., a master' 1a

NOTICE

Mr. Harold Brown, of. the Seventh Day V
Adventist Central Church, would like to
know the whereabouts of BIiss Eulalee
Lavene. Please contact at' the above "ad "address,
dress, "address, or write to Estafeta Jtisto Aroseme-

na Apartado 4630.

-"J. :
i. :

years experience,

Application v for appointment

) UIB Kssarll 191' ACTMV. thWMinlt

Project 200 must be accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished as earlv aa nnaalhla and In

no case rater than Jan. 1, 1958.

xnaiviauaia mav mmi tnt.r.

est In ProJecWOO by e ompletlng
a form Included in at -natnnhlAf

currenOy beinr distributed by

un. inrougn ma Army's civilian
component organization, -. mill mill-tarv
tarv mill-tarv neraonnel nnvnrmint of

ficers and throuch contantji with

appropriate civilian agencies or

proiessionai societies.
ADDllcanta for Rponflor1 Armv

commission Under the nrnvUlnna

of DA Cir. 601-26 who have not

received notification tf final ac action
tion action ont ailch application i may

request, tneir v appllcaUona be
considered- undv. Prntant 5nn

Thla request must be in writing

ana must pe accompanied oy a
resume of 'education and if re

quired, postgraduate experience
Interest in Prolect son m v

a iso De expressed by letter to the

Adjutant General. Th letter

snouid contain information

namln the Held nt nectaiim.

tion, the degree held and the

'name of the university or college
which conferred It; the aumber
of years of practical experience
in the field of specialization and
the number of veara active

missioned service, if applicable.

mi prospective applicant
should also include his age, full
name and address when writing'
directlv to the Adtntant. n...

eraL He should request the pro proper
per proper .forms for appointment to
the Regular Army under Project
200 be forwarded to him.

Corresnondenc r. t n a a min

- a- t w w a, amx
Project 200 must be addressed to
The Adjutant General, Depart Department,
ment, Department, of the Armv: Waahln

25. D.C.. ATTN : AQPB-A X

If the prospective aonHfant.

aDneara to hav- th

qualifications, the Department
of the Army will 4 furnish him
With the nrnriAr' fnrm"arn4 i

structiona .. to : accomplish the
submission of a formal aoDlica.

tion. When lt la determlnar that-

the : prospective applicant does
not appear to have 'the neces necessary
sary necessary Qualification t.hn TiAnarf-

menfc of the Army will so advise

wnen directed by the Depart Depart-ment
ment Depart-ment of the Army, major com-mandera-will
appoint feild in--
lervlew hnarrt mhi.Hi. .

minimum of three field arade

oiiicers oi ine Regular Army to
interview and evaluate each ap applicant:
plicant: applicant: Who Is nn nn .ntl.r.

duty -a

Final selection win v. h

boards of officers convened at
the Denartment nf Mia Arm..

Applicants selected for appoint
ment will be notified, hv tn ad

jutant General. The program
will be comDleted bv Jim n

1958. u ".

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woman was buried alive a A

three other nenona war fnreAd

to dive through windows today

wnen a tour story brick apart apartment
ment apartment building collapsed. :

Rescue workera eniiirhf Ma c-

san Johnson., a M.vporiU Arinnia

14 hours after the collspse of the

Auu-year-oia apartment house j
1 Orilv the rear wall nf tha k,,im

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woman's son, Thohe Johnson, 43,
told police he was In a rear bed-.
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two other women occupants of the

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Johnson taM nnlj. ki. ..i

had been sleeping in a front bed bed-room.
room. bed-room. The front wall of the house
COilaosed firaf tiimkll. i

Pilo of brok-r. wafl and smashed
furniture Into the street, ;

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MONDAY, MAT 27. 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Daughter Born- --r

Mr nH Mrs, John A. SoUCriO

rj Anitnn' onnnnnca the birth of

v.WaM rhriKtioa Giselle, on

Ml"S"rSi Thorn

' a, M. Carl.
clu.. irnaHnr: and Dr. and

Mm. Hernando Ibanez ot Co-on.;
"Mississippi Cooplo :

and daughter, v.wu "Ji KhhP -ry
L, Chishom at Fort Kobbe. ..
Mr. And Mr.l0,Crtr0rr, Vl

, .mi Mm.v Gf. Carter prr oi

Balboa; who are p

Soup of their friend, and co-work

ers .Friday evening.
rinh. Mr,Orr, who came

K irthmu. flrrt during -wt
:rrr.L with hia parents

fuh 27 vaan and 10

oXr.W "with- the-Pnaia

if 4

torrovft Talks

At JVB-USO Center

On Giistemala
, The monthly featured illustrated
t tfi USO-JWB Armed
Forces Serivce Center win single
out Guatemala, the photographer
delight, tomorrow at 8 p.m,
i CclBolffOdt! and C h it U.
Brand V accomplished photograph photographers
ers photographers jf th Diablo .Camera Club,
Witt' preaent the lecture based ...
round intere-ting slides taken dur during:
ing: during: thir stay i G"ateilS;'iS!
two entertauiig speakers w live
Impressions and information of
; Guatemala,- V,j Y:'J
. A cordial Invitation hai been ex extended
tended extended to members of the armed
torces and their dependeritt, and

tot general puphcw
Zone and the Republic of Panama

to attena id i

Canal Co. as a auction dredge o o-perator.
perator. o-perator.
Mr. P. A. White, Chief -of the
Dredging Division, presented the
guest of honor with a wrist watch
inscribed with name and service
dates, on behalf of bis fellow
employes qf the Dredging D i v i i-sion.
sion. i-sion.
Balboa Card Group
Meets At Tivoli Guest House
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club held a meeting in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli
uest House, with Mrs. Mary Rup Rup-pel,
pel, Rup-pel, Mrs. Florence Klipper and

Mrs. Ruth Bourgeois as upsteses.

Refreshments and cards -were

enjoyed by all. Those attenuing

were Mesdames: Blanche Schill

ing, Mary Ruppel, JRutb Bourgeois,
Florence IQlpper, Mary Days, Mol

ly jonnson, dith .n-ppiey, lieona
Saarinen, Marie Wetzel, Betty
Skelton. Kar Daniels. -Louise Hur-

tado. Ruth Jenkins, Leuise Mer-

cnant," juauae uuncnara myirie

Black, Celeste Powell,- Alice ry
an. Kuth Vemer, Helen Aoler, t&

na Plummer, Mary; 1. Aanesen,

Claire Irwin. Gertrude. Smouse,

Edith Nard. Lois van Horn, kuw

Kongable, Mary Trent, Sara Row-

lev- Etta Homa. Juanda Penning

ton, Dorothy, Allen, Phil Euper,
Theresa Luce. U Miriam 4 Wilcox.

Martha Spinney and Evelyn John

stone.

The next meetina will be June

13 at the Tivoli Guest House. Host Hostesses
esses Hostesses Will be Juanda Pennington,
Evelyn Johnstone and Phil Euper.

Cancer Specialists Holds Out

For Early, Detection Of

Five

Hope
Types

ROANOKE, Va.; May Tt -(UP)

Dr. John R. Heller, director of
the National Cancer filstitute,
held out hope today for earlier

detection and more succesrui

treatment of five types of cancer.

Dr. Heller said plans are mov

ing ahead tor extending the cyto

logic, or ceil examination test, to

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HAST lUrted the tall wlUn tor
the defense today by taking three
spade tricks. Then he made a aerir
ous miatake by leading the queen
of clubs instead of his fourth best
South won with the king and did
a little po.nt counting. Hia problem
was to pick up the queeji of trumps
and the normal play would b to
. try to top iU But, East had ehown
nine points in spader and at toast
two more points in clubs. With the
queen of hearta he would hav o o-pened
pened o-pened the Wdding. ; 1
IrWefore, South laid down the
king of hearts, continued with the
jack and when West played low he
it ride for successful finese.
Good play by South but a nica as as-ist
ist as-ist by East. ";' N
wan to thank th many, many
reader who have called attention
to my error of Jan. It.-Dummy
bald the sinj'Mon queen of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and declarer ace-king-amalL
He could make his slam by cash cashing
ing cashing the queen and then discarding
two clubs on tfc ace- and king.
Dummy should have held a low
diamond and East the queen so
that only one diseard could be tak taken
en taken Then Larceny Lou's defense
would &ava beaten toe hand.
The error ia xeaSy the fauft of
the gremlins who exist only to
plagu bridge writers. One must
luve put tha queen in dummy
whfla 1 slept . :
BcrcniceVcrcilli
Or Argentina Plays
Wednesday at JWB
A p'lno concert by Visa Bere Berenice
nice Berenice Vercilli of Art en tin, will
take iWfdDfiiT at p.m.
at fJte USOJWB Armed Jorces
Service Center.
The recti 1, by Kiss VercUH,
who bis be playing piiao since
tin in tt three ia anoUier ef the
reguiar wviU-br concerts offered
by the l'S0-JV8 for the cu.'tursl
?r d rowfirtl tnterest of the Canal
Zc "4 Pimmi,
- Tre i ro iirr.iu.ycm tKrr for
frv!crri. Tr c"t f-r eJuits is
Jl -.i r :r?( $.) cnta.

. Kach notice for Inclwlm in this
colume sheiild be submitted to
type-written form and mailed ee
the box number listed daily Se
iar aad OtharwlM' er delivered
b hsad to the of Nee. Nettose el
meetings cannot be accepted b
telephene,.

Holds Monthly Meetins t

Sisterhood Kol Shearitn israei

will 'hold its regular monthly meet-

ins tomorrow afternoon at 4 at

the Community Hall, All members
are asked to attend, ,
Garden Club ..... ,.; t.
MmIi Tenioht'

The regular monthly meeting of
the Pat Morgan Garden Club

will be held tonight at 7:30 at the
Rainbow City Sudy, Halti ;
Nurset' Asseclatien J0 (1
Tm Held Soeclal AAeetinfl.-tn .rrr'

i The Isthmian Nurses' Association
will hold a snecial ieneral meet

ing liiesday, at 7:30 p.m. la tha

Conference Room, Gorgai uospnai.

wmiam Brown, assistant to the

Health Director, will be guest

speaker; Employment regulations

and policies pertinent to profes professional
sional professional nurses on the Canal' Zone
will be discussed. Questions from
the floor will bo encouraged.

The. Board of. Governors nrae

all nurse to attend this, meeting.
Tuberculosis Association -Calls
Special Moetlnf

There will be a special meeting
of tha Canal Zone Tuberculosis

Asociation board of directors at
7:80 tomorrow night, K was an announced
nounced announced today by Mrs. H. J. Quin Quin-lan,
lan, Quin-lan, secretary. : '.

The meeting will be held In tha

Board Room of the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights and the
presence of every member of : the
Board is urged.- -; ; i r

Purpose nf the special aeaioa is

to discus and determine the ac action
tion action to bo taken by the Tuberculo Tuberculosis
sis Tuberculosis Association toward participat participating
ing participating in the proposed Canal Zone Ti Tinned
nned Tinned Fund movement.

i' '' emmmmm

Manasement Porum

Mtt Tonight

Then will be a regular meeting

of the management forum in the

Panama Canal Company training
center today at 7:80 pjn..

At the previous meeung josepn

Mullarkey, National Cash Register
representative, gave an interesting

talk on tha various applications of
N.C.R. accounting machines In the

Panama CanaL ; o ";

Al;:ri:n Pclilico
Skin In Peris
Allor Sccccr G:ms

PARIS, May 27 (UP) Algerian
Moslem politician All Chekkal, a
member of. fne French delegation
in the recent United Nations de debate
bate debate on Algeria, was shot to death
by an assassin yesterday while ha
was leaving a soccer game at Pa Paris'
ris' Paris' Colombes stadium

Chekkal, 60, former president of
the Algeriau Assembly, had been

on the Algerian renei -aeatn list
for months because of his pro pro-French
French pro-French attitude.-v'i-.v.-;.';' V.
The- gunman, identified as Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed Ben -Ssdok, was mobbed
and severely beaten by bystanders
before he was dragged away by
police. (
Chekkal was discussing the vic

tory of tha Toulouse over Angers
in the national cup soccer match
when the aftassin stepped up and
fired a single shot into Chekkal's
back

Chekkal died soon after being

taken to a hcspltaL His slayer was

taken to eentraipoiice headquart

ers for questioning. i

French rreswent coty naa wit-
nessed the second naif of the soc soccer
cer soccer game but was no where near
when Chekkal was1 shot down in a i
crowd estimated at 30,000 persons.

lung, gastrointestinal, urinary, and
prostatic cancer. It already has
proved "highly successful' in de detecting
tecting detecting cancer ; of the. uterus in a
pilot project in Memphis, Tenn.
"We- believe this program for
early detection through the cyto cytologic
logic cytologic test, followed by. i prompt
diagnosis and adequate treatment
may offer rich rewards in control
of cancer," Heller said.
Heller spoke before the Virginia
Academy of Genral Practice. -- He
explained the cytologic test in involves
volves involves examination under a mi microscope
croscope microscope of smears containing cells
shed from internal organs and
collected from natural openings.
It is not adaptable to breast can cancer,
cer, cancer, one of the most common
types found in women.
t in the Memphis study, the first
examination of 108,000 women led
to discover of about 899 cases of
uterine cancer. Heller pointed out
that half of these cases were in
the very early "preinvasive
sta ee" which is nractically 100

per cent curable and that most of
these were "wholly unsuspected."
He added that many of the 400
cases found in more advanced

stages1 also were unsuspected.

' The ; cancer ; exoert said six

more research projects have been

set up in other cities to screen
cells for uterine' cancer. He also

revealed that the Cancer Institute

is now in the process- of setting

un four new centers this year to

develop a method of using the cell

test to diagnose cancer afflicting
other parts of the body.

Preliminary arrangements nave

been made, Dr. Heller noted, for

a, research project at Houston,

Tex., to work out techniques for

detecting lung cancer. Lung can

cer ir one of the most prevalent

tvnes In men over 45 years of

Dr. Heller- laid application of

the cell test to seek evidence of

cancer or the 'large intestine will
be carried on at Columbus, Ohio.
He 'said "efforts are being made
to find co-operating groups" to
work with the cancer institute in
setting up research projects on
the cell diagnosis of prostatic and
urinary cancer. 1
He reported that during the 1957
fiscal year, the Cancer Institute
has allocated $1,297,000 for cytolo cytology
gy cytology programs run by his staff and
$900,000 for programs supported
by grants to other agencies.
' "Eventually" he said, "we
hope that the cytologic test as ap applied
plied applied to uterine cancer and can cancer
cer cancer of the other body sites will be become
come become routine health practice in
communities throughout the coun country.
try. country. By earlier detection, diagno diagnosis
sis diagnosis and treatment od cancer much
suffering can be avoided an
many lives saved."-'

Shcih And Franco
Head For Hills
To Hunt Came
MADRID, May 27 (UP) The
Shah of Iran and General Francis Francisco
co Francisco Franco, close companions in

the pas five days, headed today
for the nearby Gredos Mountains
to round off the monarch's official

state visit with some relaxing hunt

ing. t' .

The Shah and Franco, who con-

fVtOW VH AXI UVUf uat v C lCCU
together constantly a i nc e .' the
Shah's arrival in Madrid last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday on I what was originally meant
to be a five-day visit.

1
Yesterday the visit was prolong

ed another two days to permit the
two men to go hunting, Franco's
favorite pastime.
' The Empress Soraya' meanwhile
has been suffering from a cold
which aha picked up while attend

ing a gala dinner in the R e t i r o

Park Thursday night. It was not

known whether she would go jlor,
on the hunting trip, but it was ex expected
pected expected to he a male affair.

fast Gorman Reds
Reveal Purging
Al Chemical Works

BERLIN, May 27 (UP) East
German communists today an announced
nounced announced a purge of the party in
chemical factories in the Bitter Bitter-feld
feld Bitter-feld area.
. The Communist newspaper Neu-

es Deutschland said "enemy forc

es" had "crept into"! the party
cells in the factories, spread anti anti-government
government anti-government propaganda, and cri criticized
ticized criticized leading comrades.,
The newspaper1 said two enemies

in the Wolf en factory had been ex exposed
posed exposed 'and expelled from the par party."
ty." party."

In the AGFA film factory, the

newspaper said, "pacifistic and

other false conceptions" bad taken
root. ; r

The newspaper said the manag-

Hungarian Rcfi:-:3
Groups lb:3;
For Canada, Franco
" BELGRADE, "Yugoslavia, May
27 (UP) A group ef 301 Hunga-.
rian refugees left Yugoslavia bp

special train today for Le Havre,
France; en route to new homes
in Canada.

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fAGE SIX
the Panama American" 'an independent daily newspaper
I1
Monday, hut tr, i:sr
Drott Bigwer

Fireballer Strikes Out

I
15 Braves

High As Cubs Win Two

, By FRED DOWN

NEW YORK, May 27 (UP) Rookie Dick Drott
is making good for the Chicago Cubs but he couldn't
' be a bigger hero in his native Cincinnati today if he
had just discovered a magic cure-all for Ted Klus-
gewski's aching back.

v The 20-year-old Drott, a real
, "sleeper" during spring training,
truck out a season single-game
' high ol 15 batters yesterday to
beat the Milwaukee Braves, 7-5,
and the Cubs made it a clean
sweep when Ernie Banks' ninth-
inning single produced a 5-4 vic-
wry lit me lUKiiway.
f ornlance came within two of
Dizzy Dean's National League
: strikeout mark and within three
of Bob Feller's Major league rec
ord.
' The two defeats were a bitter
blow to the Braves, who dropped
into third place as the front-running
Redlegs downed the St.
T.nnl rardinals. 7-6. on pitcher
Hal. Jeff coat's eighth-im Jg
homer and 'Clem Labine's close
( out relief pitching enabled the
nmnklv nodsers to beat the
New York Giants, 5-3, and take
over second. The Philadelphia
Phillies bounced back from a 13 13-6
6 13-6 loss to whip the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, 6-3, in the other N.L,
games.
The Chicago Whtie Sox re re-stained
stained re-stained their three-game grip
on first place in the Ameri American
can American League when they split
i -with the Cleveland Indians
Virile the New York Yankees
tand Washington Senators di di-1
1 di-1 Tided their pair. Billy Pierce
outdueled Bud Daley for a 1-0
iWhite Sox victory before re relief
lief relief ace Ray Narleskl stopped
' Chicago, 4-3, and the Yankees
wnH th senators. 7-6. after
mm n m IL. Ir
The Boston Red Sox swept the
Hnlt.imnr orioles. M ud 5-4,
and the Kansas Clty Athletics
' beat the Detroit Tigers, a-i, in
- the other AM. acuvuy,
Drott, a jlim firebaUer, fan
ned Hank Aaron ana Bill Bruton
- three times each and walked on on-!v
!v on-!v one batter in his brilliant per performance.
formance. performance. The Cincy sandlotter,
who now has a 3-4 record, was
, backed by a 12-hlt attack that
included homers by Banks' and
Walt Moryn. The Cubs won the
nightcap with a two-run nlnth nlnth-lnnlng
lnnlng nlnth-lnnlng rally capped by Banks'
Basketball Meeting
Slated To Be Held
Af Margarita Tonite
t Aa Important basketball meet meet-4nr
4nr meet-4nr in which matters dealing
"with the opening of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Basketball League for
1957 will be diaeussed is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be held tonight at the
Margarita gym.
. All Interested parties are In Invited
vited Invited to attead.
my father know
laugh ...the only
tee him is

dinner table or when

he wants
bawl me out

With the most distinguished personality
James McArthur -- successor of James Oeant
RELEASE I II V TUC if DC MAY

LUX THEATRE

AT THE
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DIVIDED
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For Season

single to give them four wins Jn
seven games with the Braves this
season.
Jeffcoat's homer broke a 6-6
tie produced when Stan Musial
hit his second homer of i the
game and the eighth grand slam
of his career for the Cardinals.
George Crowe's three-run homer,
gave the Redlegs an early 3-
lead ana tney bunt n to o-z be
lore Musial connected in ine cm
alter some siiukv rteuicK ueicii
sive work helped St. Louis fill
me pases.
Laoine, masmg nis lotn ap-
pearance oi me campaign, guu
Willie Mays to line into a dou-
i i i .. j .. . t v. i vi
uic piajr in bcvcuui
liuK ttiiu uicn &cuii uic uwuio
at Day tne rest oi me way to pie
serve Sandy Koufax', third victo
ry. Duke Snider smasned his
seventh homer to helD tne Dodg
ers to their eighth win in tneir
last 11 games.
The Pirates slugged out a
season high of 20 hits, includ including
ing including four by Roberto Clemente
and three by Dee Fondy in
their opener but Don Cardwell
turned in an eight-hitter and
started the Phillies' : winning
rally with a double in the
nightcap. The first-game loss
went to Curt Simmons, who
was trying for the 100th victo victory
ry victory of his career.
Pierce gained his seventh vic
tory for the White Sox when
Luis Aparicio scored from third
on Nelson Fox Infield out in tne
10th. Aparicio beat out an in infield
field infield hit and then raced to third
when Daley's pick-off throw was
wild. In the nightcap, however,
Manesti. shut, out vie -Sox xor
fiva innings-to -wlnV his fourth
decision:- Bubba Phllnps'hit two
homers am Earl Battey one to
account lor all the White Sox
runs.
Pinch-hitter Yogi Berra's sac
rifice fly knocked In the winning
run for tne yanKees and gave
relief ace Bob Grim his fifth win
in the nightcap. Bud Byerly
turned back the world cham
pions with three hits in 7 1-3 in innings
nings innings of relief in the opener. Roy
Sievers and Jim Lemon knocked
in three runs each for the Sen
ators and Mickey Mantle hit his
ninth homer for New York in
the opener. The Senators blew
early 6-0. leads in both games.
Dean Stone and Ike Delock
collaborated- in a five-hitter as
the Red Sox romped in their
opener with Baltimore and
Mickey Vernon won the night nightcap
cap nightcap fbr George Susce with a
two-ran eighth-Inning homer.
Ted Williams went 3-for-7 In
the doubleheader to boost his
learne-leading average to .411.
Ned Oarver, a Detroit castoff,
hurled a three-hitter to give the
Athletics their sixth straight win
of the year over the Tigers. Gus
Zernlal walloped his ninth hom-f
er in the sixth inning to snap a
1-1 tie and help end Duke Maas'
six-game winning streak. Maas
has dropped both his decisions
this season to the Athletics.
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CECILIA
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Oreat Double Features! -TOWARD
THE UXKNOWX

' with Carroll Baker

'Rebellion
Tlneatensv
1 K I'M

Monza Race

MILAN, Italy, May 27 (UP) -A
sudden "safety f i r s t" rebellion
staged by tbe most famous Euro European,
pean, European, ana South American dare
devils headed by world '.driving
champ Juan Manuel Fangio of Ar
gentina, mieht turn Monza 500
mile race into a failure, racing ex
perts admited here tonight,
The announcement that the re
cently founded International Profes
sional Drivers Union threatened
not to participate in June 29 race
at Monza came as a virtual bomb'
shell in Italian racing circles.
Milan Automobile Club, which is
organizing the race, refused to
comment the unexpected "rebel.
lion" staged by the drivers union.
including Juan Manuel Finiio.
Stirling Moss., Peter Coljins,' Mike
Hawthorn. Roy Salvador T o n v
I Brooks, Hans Hermann, H a r r y
Schell, Maurice Trintignant. Um
bertd Maguoli, Don Flockhard and
Carlos Menditeguy in a meeting
at Nurburging toaay.
"We have received no official
- warning from the drivers union
so iar spokesman for Milan Au
- .ioinoone ciud sain, "(if nuiru ma
cannot comment on their reported
ireiusai to compete until we are of.
iiciaiiy notmed or we discuss T the
prooiem with the 'delegation which
has been amoarentlv rhari with
. . tM
siamng taiKs with us on this sub
jett.
But some reliahle innra vnn
nlnn. W?l i ...
m inao AUtomoDlle LlUb
preaictea that Monka 500 mile
race would be held just the same-
wun otner European drivers if
me meraoers ot the driver union
refuse to compete.
Racing experts said the drivers
union's refusal to drive on the 2 -640-mile
overbanked "hieh snpH"
circuit stemmed from the obvious
danger of the socalled "tir hr.
rier" the automobile equivalent
of sound and heat barriers for jet
Major League
., LEADING BAXTERS

Leaders

, i j. i -..Vls --. Itended from, June 16,, 1949 to May
(Based or 10 Official afe Bats)l5.U953; the government charged,
-1 -w T before the case first cams before

NATIONAL LEA GC
J, IrS B ,mF rh Pen
ofn4, tta' 32 128 1 45 .352
Bailey, Cinci. 34 112 as no -aZ
Mays. New York 34 isn oa ah 'ab
. 34 148 32 51 .345
Robinson, Clncl. 34 148 29 61 MS
n ,, 1.-.-"
xwuKca, a tiyo M 128 18 44 .344
now cmci. 38 122 20 42 .344
Clmoli. B'kyn 23 loo m un
r uuuy, ruw. 28 121 18 40 .331
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Bos. 32 112 23 46 .411
Mant e, N.Y. 33 108 26 39 .361
Bertola, Detroit 31 105 11 37 J52
Fox, Chicago 32 122 23 42 .344
Wertz, Cleve. 32 106 20 35 J3n
Blmpson, K.C. 33 126 17 40 J17
ooston 32 lis 19 37
Minoso, Chicago 32 121 21 37 .306
Boyd, Baltimore 31 112 23 34 .304
Sievers, Wash. 39 145 26 44 .303
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves n
.Moon, Cards io
Musial, Cards 8
Mathews, Braves 8
(Seven tied with 7 apiece)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators .....
Zernlal, Athletics ,.
Mantle, Yanks ....j
(Seven tied with 8 apiece)
10
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Fturillo, Dodgers 33
Aaron, Braves 31
Musial, Cards 28
Robinson, Redlegs 26
(Five tied with 24 apiece)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators ........
Doby, White Sox
Minoso, White Sox
Jensen, Red Sox
Zernlal, Athletics
Mantle, Yanks
31
24
23
22
22
22
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(Based n 5 Deeferens)
Pet.
(Trucks,' Athletics ... 5 0
1 .000 1
833!
Acker. Redlegs .. .. 5 1
Sanford, Phils 5 1
Wilson, White Sox .. 5 1
Jackson, Cubs 5 1
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433
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; THE BAD SEEP,'
'. Also: -
8ATTLLTTE IN
- THE SKY
(Cinemascope)

- Also: -BABY
DOLL "' '

FORMFUL'Y6UNCSTER Carin Cone,-; Ridgewood, N.J., lass, turned In a World record
1:03.8 for the 100-yard backstroke at a women's meet in Beverly Hills, Cal. The clocking wa
in the nature of a birthday present she iwmr the event on here 17th birthday ;

Esfeban Gallops To

In 'Raul

IBC-Monopoly Hearings Judge
Tells Opposing Attorneys To
leave Boxing Gloves at Home'

NEW YORK (UP) The judge
told attornevs for both .aides to
"leave vour boxing gloves home
when they resume arguments at
next Wednesday's continuation of
the fight-monopoly hearing in fed
eral court, but the Cattle is ex
pected to be increasingly bitter.
Lawrence Gochberg; a vigorpus
young attorney for the Anti-Trust
Division of the Department of Jus Justice,
tice, Justice, charges that lawyers, for Jim
Norris and his boxing enterprises
are "trying to undermine the find findings"
ings" findings" of Judge Sylvester Ryan.
On March 8, Ryan found the
Norris outfit guilty of monopoly
in the conduct of title fights. The
period of anti-trust violations ex-
before the case first cam before
a judge jn February, 19M
But now, Gochberg accuses, the
Norris attorneys are trying to
prove by witnesses and evidence
that changes in the Norris enter enter-rpises
rpises enter-rpises since 1953 have eliminated
monopoly conditions and should

Toronto Moves Into Triple Tie
In International league Rac

NEW YORK. May 27v(TJP)
International League pundits fig
ured Toronto prexy Jack Cooke
was overly optimistic when, our
ing an early-season Maple Leaf
slump, he predicted: "We'll win
the pennant." 4
However, following weekena
action, the slow-starting Leafs
now are involved in a virtual
triple tie for first place and
Cooke's words during ,thi
slump, "If we lag now... we'll
pick up the lost ground," have
a prophetic ring.
Buffalo actually leads the
league with a .606 mark but trails
Richmond (.605) and, Toronto
(.600) by a half -game. j V- ;
The Leafs, who have caught
fire since "cut-down" date, split
a twm-biii witn tne reiniorcea
Montreal Royals Sunday, 3-1, 1-0,
While Buffalo belted Rochester
twice, 9-8, 8-0. Richmond righty
Jim Coates won bis seventh
game, 4-3, over the Miami Mar Mar-Ens
Ens Mar-Ens and Havana, behind the,
two-hit Ditching of Manny Cue!
lar, dowfeed Columbus, 1-0, after
dropping the opener 4-.
Jim Pearce-rolled to bis fifth
win. soaclnt- three hits, in the
opener to trip Montreal and Re Rene
ne Rene Valdes, Cuban right-hander
recently acquired by the Royais
from the Brooklyn Dodgers, Miles
Jordan. Jack crimlan and Bobbyi
Tiffenauer aUowed two bits In,
the niglitcao but the Royals, be-
hind the two-mi pitcning or
southpaw- Jackie Collum,
made
them stand op.
Bnilaio's power-iaaen biob
clobbered three Recti ester
hnriers for 15 bJU 1" their first
game while Glean Cox barfed a
three-hitter mnrf tin r red two
homers one a rrand slate
for the Bisons I" the nightcap.
Coates' victory made him the
International League's biggest
winner, it also gave him more
wins than he had all last year
V ICTORIA
38c.
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'THE FIRST TEXAN
Also: -Tbe
Indtrtrnctiele
Man

..EspYrios

earn ; very lenient decrees in
Ryan Y final judgments The final
judgment is expected to be hand handed
ed handed down: in two, or, three weeks.
At T h u r i d a y 's abbreviated
three-hour, sesion, ( young Goch Gochberg
berg Gochberg was up- and J down like a
jumping-jack as he interposed ob objection
jection objection after objection to the tes testimony
timony testimony of Truman Gibson, secre
tary to both International; Boxing
uubs of New York and ( Illinois.
' And he engaged in wrangles
with John F. Caskey. a defense
attorney who was Questioning Gib
son and lmroducine a series of
financial records of the various
boxing enterprises as exhibits:
Earlier in the session the hidie.
while listening to Gibson's aesti'
mony anout now 'the- Madisoa

Square Garden Co?p. rented thtl.rOplentoJ in

rMiM u. ...k.iji;.w al. w.
Yotk usu, interrupted and said he
might "throw open the doors" of
tne garden to independent 7 pro
moters.-' He said he probably
would insert a decree to that ef
fect in his final judgement.
si n
when he posted a 6-12 redord
for Richmond.: A scheduled sec
ond game between the Vees and
Miami was rained out.
The standings and llnesoresr
Teams W L Pet.'
Buffalo 20.13 .608
Rlhmond ., 23 15 .605
Toronto.. .. .. 21 14 .606
Miami v.... .. 19 18 .514
Columbus .. .. 17 21 .447
Havana .. 17 21.447,
Rohester .. .. 16 23 .410
Montreal .. .. 14 22 "389
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3
(First Game)
Toronto 000 012 000 3 4 0
Montreal 001 000 0001 3 1
Peare and 'St. Claire: Valdes.
Kipp () and Roseboro. LP: val
des. HR's: St. Claire, Nelson.
(Second Game)
1 (Seven inalnn)
Toronto 000 000 0 0 '3 0
Montreal 100 000 x 1 3 0
Jordan,- Crlrnian (4). Tiffen Tiffen-auer
auer Tiffen-auer (5) and Roselll; Collum and
Roseboro.
.
' (First Game)
Rohester -' 200 1 10 0038 13 2
Buffalo --' 02OO1240X 9 15 1
Riketta, Markell (2), R. Blay Blay-lok
lok Blay-lok (6) and Green; Drews, Kurae
(5) and Noble. WP: Kume. LP:
MarkeU. Hr's: Alomar, plaaa,
NODie. araner. , (
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.-8evea Innings).
Rochester 000 000 00 3 1
Buffalo 02O 240 x 8 10 1
Oreason, Neal (4 and. Teed;
Cox -and Astroth, LP: Greasoa.
HR's: Casttlogne. Cox 2, Astroth.
(First Game) : I
Miami 002 001 0003 8 1
Richmond 000 103 OOx 4 8 0
Qualters, Paige (6) and Sulli Sullivan:
van: Sullivan: Coates, James (7) and ChU
tt WP: Coates. LP: Qualters.
HR's: Young, Wlndhorn, a a-brams.
brams. a-brams.
,S j
9 .'1
. (Second Game) K
"(Postponed,raln
' (First Game)
Havana 010 200 1004
Coumbus 301 O00 0024 10 0
j ScanUebory and Lrquierdo. Gar Gar-'cia
'cia Gar-'cia (7), Blackburn and Peterson.
HR's: Bartlrome, Goes. Morejon,
Sullivan, Alvarea, Peterson.

i fSecond Game!
Havana 000 000 1 1 6 C
Columbus OO0 000 0 0 2 0
Cu'.:r sr4 Izqulerdo; Narsn-1
.Jo and Kra;z.

E asy Wih
Classic
The Haras San Miguel's classy
two-year-old colt Esteban .ester .ester-day
day .ester-day confirmed the prediction of
the "experts'' by racing to a ten ten-length
length ten-length victory in the $3,000 added
one mile Raul Espinosa Classic
for, native throughbreds at the Pres
ident. Kemon racetrack before a
large and enthusiastic crowd.
The long-striding .chestnut Sen
of, Kyhvn-Utuna easily rac raced
ed raced away the opposition when giv given
en given hit head in the final quarter
of the one mile event to pest a
new native record for the di.
tance 1:41 as compared to the
Previous mark of 1;42 1-5 held by,
Apache... . )
Jockey Fernanda Alva
no, chances aboard the Carlos E E-leta
leta E-leta owned, colt. He got him off
fast and kept hint almost alongside
pacesetting Destello until ready
then he Save thA nlt hi. h..j .-J
ne raced away to come home all
My uiraseu.,i ..
Tully Bar; which
off the early pacet responded when
called, and eased into second place
but was no menace to the flvine
winner Tullv Bar hein AD TA ttfrn..
place moneys by one-andnne-haif
engths. Coral wound up third, on on-L
L on-L ?re? urters of a length
Destello, Apache and Argyla.
Esteban returned $3.40 and 83 In
,T.f, Lm?.u to 'JJuinlel. ith
I
----- tr post win in the
secondary attraction for third
nd four series imported horses!
Opulent, rurr-d Mv.n furTenV,
tJ? turned $11.20 p.r
Alvarez aln. imii
culado in thT fanT. "S
The dividends?
'FIRST RACK
1 Bacana $5.80 a 20
1 IOn pBjttnr uu m.xt.
2-Mimr$2.80: 7'r
t First Dokls gij. 'I I
oanaoitan
bettlnrK
.(excluded rom
f-Montero UM,UL
Soa S2.B0.
.,- One-Two: 39.99
l--Matrlculado $9.69, SJt.
3 Mar Brave 4 M. ZT,
1' ,t, Qolnlela: $19.39
FIFTH Rir 1
J-rasxa $20, 2 29.
1
- "umerweii 54.89.
SIXTH RACE 4
3 ChlvUinge $13.69.
. KKVRVrn
Second Double: $35 .11
. EIGHTH RACE
J-frteban $149. 3. t
3r.TallyBar$3J9,
1 Qninlela: $7. -NINTH
RACE
J-OpfeBt. $1U9T4:49. 1w
3 Kadlr $2JJ,. .... ... .s
' One-Two: $49.39.
Todoy -Tnconfo -35, JO
OOUBLX In CINXMASCOPIt
. .atartoa Bnmde Clana Fortl la
TXAHOUSI OP THE ACGUST -.
MOON" i
' Jmto Jmnm to" "5f
"AxaETTa t wimtols siaixr
Today IDEAL 20 .0
Be La Lugosiln
. BROOKXYN GORILLA
Don 'Red Barry to 1
"TOUGH ASSIGNMENT
iDRiv'p-iTu'
I & TODAY lltC
ONE DAY ATTRACTION 1 f
Kingof CoroSeQMf
I 1 cm or row r
A GREAT PTCTUREI
SPENCER TRACY la
"noni AGAINST
c1
O'HARA"

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Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT

fflimmtffi

NATIONAL LFAr.rp i
leams w L Pet.

GB

.667
.625
.606
.576
.455
.429
Brooklyn A 20 12
Milwaukee . 20 13
2
ay,
IV
8'2
Philadelphia 19 14
C4 r .-'mm
New York , 4 15 20
Chicago , 11 20
ass ini.
Plttsburgb, ,v.9 24 .,273 13 Yt
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)
j Brooklyn at Philadelphia ini
Chicago at St. Louis (N)
Only games scheduled,
' YESTERDAY'S RrsiTf T
St. Louis Oil 000 0406 7 2
cwcinnati O03 101 llx 7 10
Dickson. Merritt. Wehmeier ir
4), Wilhelm and H. Smith. 1
jencoat (3-2) and Bailey.'
New York ; 000 001 1013 .10
Brooklyn 101 020 Olx 5 13
Gomez (6-2 ) ; Worth ins-ton
uriasura ana Kait.
: .
Koufax (3-1), Labine and Cam.
panella.
' .(First Game) :
Miiwauxee 010 000 022--5 7 2
untcago 3U0OU0 40X 7 12
lniey ;(0-2), Phillips, Murff
anacrandau. i-
, Drott (3-4) and Neeman.
, '-r (Second Gam'f)
Miiwauxee 100 001 110 4 9 t-0
Chicago 000 002 0125 7 1
Plzarro (2-3), Crone, and Rice
' Singleton Elston. Brosnan.
utnieiieia ana Neeman,
J v (First flame)"-1
Pittsburgh 5 221 304 010-13 20 1
Phiia. ;a -' 020 120 0O0W 5 9 2
taw; Face (1-3) and roues.
Simmons (3-2), Hearn, Meyer,
Mooreneao, ogovin and LOpat,
v i' (Second 'Oamaii'fc-.."-
PlttebuTgh 000 002 1003
Philadelphia 300 000 21x 6
1
Pepper; Turkey, Arroyo a-5)J
sung anorKana. v
L pardwell (3-0) and Lonnett,
Tie -1 f lln -Soccer
COPENHAGEN, May 27 (UP)
ucomiri ana suigana ueu one'
i J - 1 1 J
one in their international soccer
match here yesterday. Both goals
were scored in' the first half.
Some 35,000 fans saw Denmark
come from behind to tie Bulgaria
in the match played, at tn a 1 n
"Idraetsparken' Stadium in bright
sunshine and a slight breeze,
The Bulgarians were but a shad
ow, of the Olympic team that only
IKE'S PRO.:.
: EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the
fourth of 13 articles written for
NEA Service and by Ed Dudley
professional of the Augusta Na National
tional National and Broadmoor Golf Club
of Colorado Springs. A teacher
for 35 years, Dudley has given
Instruction to and played with
many famous people, including
President Eisenhower.
By 19 DUDLEY.'
PREPARING to teach, the ulti
mate position of the backswing.
there should be a definite firming
of all body muscles ss the hands
reach the waist high position.
At this position, tne leg and tor
so muscles should have much more
control of the swing.
To explain the sensory concept
of this phase -of the swing.- let
the player asume that tbe back back-swing
swing back-swing is a street where yoa can cannot
not cannot drive too fast approaching an
express thrnway. So dont hurry
it .
Tbe ultimate top of the swing,
or setting the club at the top of ;
the swing, is the entrance to the
'Showing At Your Serrict
BALBOA 6: 15 S:U
Alr-CondiUoned --
Katharine Hepburn
Bob Hope
THE IRON PETTICOAT
Taewlay Tbe BWV
LKIST08AL
AJp-ConiiUoned
7.ea
PARAT50 6:11 8:35
wt:;iia Kolden
TROID end rRorAxr
CAVr FIFED
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Don't Hurry Backswing

- AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams w L Pet CSS
Chicago ; V 22 .710
Cleveland 20 13 -.606 3 -"

New York 20 13 -.606 S
Boston i
19 17 '28 54
Detroit

17 18 .486 .77.
16 19 .457 ft
13 20 94. 10
-10 23 : 4163 1514

Kansas City
Baltimore v
Washington )

i'' TODAY'S GAMES
. New York at Bostor (N
l. Cleveland at Detroit (N)
Kansas City at Chicago (N)'
Baltimore at Wash,. 2-N .... -,
: 1st game completion of April
5 21 Incompleted, game,
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
s (First Game) j
' (10 Innings) . H

Chicago- 000 000 000 11 ?
Cleveland 000 000 000 00 4
Pierce (7-2) and Lollar.
Daley. (1-2) and Hegan, l
- (SecWi Game) '
Chicago v 020 100 0003 '9
Cleveland 102 100 OOx 4 8
Harshman. Keecan fn-2. jfeta.,
ley, Howell and Battey. ( -

uumaneK, Mariesxi (4-0) ana
Nixon. Hegan.'

Boston Y 020 002 050-9 13 0
Baltimore 000 000 000 0 5 0

Moore (1-3) O'Dell. Houtte-

man, Zuverink and Trjandos. A

',:-'?.. (Seconrl fJMmseV--? 'Y

Boston 000 030 0205 3 1? 1?-Baltimbre
Baltimbre 1?-Baltimbre w, 200 002 000-U 13 f: tuS

Bisier, susce-(3-0) and White.4

Daley1,,. ;. x';:u..:tr, &

Fornieles (2-5).- zuverink and L. 7-

Trlandos,7,:-yf.t..C,j) di2f.-1. V-'i

Washington 420 020 O10 9 10 9 1 H
New York 060 100 0007,:, I :: 0 :

PascuaL Byerly (2-01 and Ber
beret.. -t -ii"s r-.-.x-r

Larseni Byrns 11-3), Clotta and

(SecOnd Game)

Wasnlrurtoh 420 000 0008 T t k

New port 0U310 00W7 It
Abernathy,- Clevenger Hyde
(1-3) and Berberet ritdgerald.
Turley, Dltmar. Tarry Grlia
(52) and Howard, Johnson.. t
Detroit 000010 0001 f til
Kansas City 000 101 Olx 3 9t
: Maas (8-2) and House.
Oarver (3-3) and Smith.'
f1
after overtime was outplayed twe-v
one by the Soviets in the semifinal
in Melbourne, and tne Danes ware
weaker than io their world eua
tie with England recently, whsa :
Denmark lost four-one, ;
No. 4
express throwiy, where-speed it
mun. ir goinc cere. ; y -NEXTi
SorHna the aluk 1 Mm
top of tft twiny 1
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 1:M
THE STTEL JUNGUT
Tuesday "Flngerpriata Deat
Lie"
MARGARITA 6:15 7:IS
THE YOUNG GUNS
Tvesday "Charge ef Tha
Laneers"

Tiff

Ray Millan d Erafft Borgr4na
"THREE BRAVE MEN"
Tweedar 'MIAMI EXPOSr.

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, THE PANAMA AMERICAN -'AN JNDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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-By HARRY GRAYSON
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y.
IH&aj .- wnue nis manage v-uo
V-kl A 1. I XT.... V A t
that he'll never aeain fieht for
Jim Norris and the International
Boxing Club, Floyd e a 1 1 e r s o n
takes i walk' -down the white ma macadam
cadam macadam road which runs in front
of the Long Pond Inn tr a i n i n g
camp here.
Patterson is way from people
and, under tne strange circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, he is happy about it. Tor
in No Vnr v hi manaeer men
tions every thing but the name of
ms npxi opponent, v-"" o v-
thered the 22 year old Patterson
d. nih- 1s November
180, when he all but decapitated old
fArcnie jnoore to Become uie j"5 j"5-i
i j"5-i est heavyweight champion -in his
tory. -'
"I'm the heavyweight cham cham-tilmi."
tilmi." cham-tilmi." sava Patterson. I'and there
haven't been many of them. Jim
Braddock drew my attention ; to
the fact that I am the 19th. It's
an hnnnr and DeoDle expect me
to fight. People keep asking me,
"When are f you going w bui.
I'm embarrassed, don't know what
to say. 1 fiist told them tnat a
was going to fight in March, then
June. Now it's July. I keep push
ing it back. I aon i Know wnen h
will be.v i ;

Lenc NeV Fight Promoter,

Puts On Dress Rehearsal

By JIMMY, BRESLIN
Kivvt vrT3TT NTT. A1 ."I know."
(Joe Arata said proudly, "all about
inresses." -.-.
. A rnt rji In a ahow room at E
tmn T.n.. iiminii Miii Dresses
andM was being asked all about
i the one to ruin Jim Norris.
I Lence was unavauaDie, so
Ih nrnmntep at record
'.(, Tmil'i Caitsrn Parkwav Are-
- ..j mam, 0iw wnn worss on
th,v tiv in tne-' car-
ient center, was asked to tell of
iplans for Floyd f attersoa'a cham cham-ipoinship
ipoinship cham-ipoinship fight.
t 'Hurricane Jackson will be, the
ifuy, Emil will get him," Joe as-
aurea. tie imea i-uv """'
affair fmm nine rack and
held it out. ''This is a beauty,' he
announced. "Iff a copy oi an
job. The stores sell this one for
"Where Will Cmll put On t h e
'light?" Arata was asked.
i YOU U gel 811 nai laier -- mu
It'll be a good story.'' Jo promis promis-.j
.j promis-.j -vmi tnnw I don't know What
you eaU this oress, uv h fy
tv one. And bow ean-you beat the
I T IC l.flrt r.
. reta wen ime tman bdoui now
inara a man naa io woi .-
ini.ehce he .leaves the fight irac-
' j .ikr in tha mnrninff till sev-
Z? ai Touch") and
,'then haiily referred to the role
' hell slay when Lence puts on a
i Li nm tarn, www
1, K II irUll UU1UUKI
wwen nsnts ana aresses, nc
... anlv foUowina the example
icinwii ) 1
set bf hit boss.lEmil, who- has

4 ii anrta ot tninas ironeaioul someuimic. tte vu u iul

out oeiore ne can vu wiu i-
Sg for an opponent to fight Pat-1
Boudreau

Kansas City Baseball vagrants

Bf HARRY CRAYfON
HTvs Vnnir r aV i.lnu Boud-
..... Van tfnotiiHntf iinth hia hanria
n tvn his- kida aittinff tnsether on
a couch in the hotel lobby.
A qualified observer figured they
vera ballplayers. Boudreau is the
manager of Kansas City. The kids
had short cropped haircuts, wore
sports jacxcis -ana loaiers. rui
this, you didn't know who they
were.-.; ,v-
ill aemd olvlsion clubs' seem
. K. anlkitnt mnr, lhan SS nobo
dies. They come and go quickly and
tt is omy once in a wnuo -wuea
Baltimore comes in -with George
v.ll iw Waclttnfytnn with TT rf d i a
Yost that a familiar faca is seen.
Second envision ciuds largely
are compod of baseball wander-
w. an4 lrule Tho rnver hn la In
Kansas City-this season, in Triple
or uouoie a pan oi uie next, men
Baltimore or Washington.
PrartipalW all of the current Ath
letics are baseball vagrants, fel
lows' wha h?ve been "passed along
tiT nfher mrttitji. Thev are ail stain
ing ballplayers, enable a manag manager
er manager to field a club.
Lev Bevdreav, the one-time boy
aiintffof. hna hen ifrnmH him
aelf as a pilot Cleveland, Bos
ton and now Kansas City, i he
bai plenty ol sympathy for and
pitience with guys who carry time timetables
tables timetables from force of habit. He is
the ideal manager for the Kansas
Citr nomads. 2 ... t
"M 1 e k e y McDermott won 18
games for me in Boston,'' he re-
Success Boudreaa tells you.
U
coming to Knsas City for 'sure.
And It is going to come with kids
like the eve he wis talking to.
- "Thia is the best we've Den,"
Bendreaa raid. "I believe we'll be
inline ne fifth mita ath
-jC.Vai arff ta a ffnnrf rtart Jon De
iitertri is playing shortstop well.
sod hittn; more thin ever before
in his life, harry Simpson is any
place yoa need hia and hitting.
Vic Power ht better than .40e af after
ter after missint Je first 10 days of the
season. Tor Morgan gave the
pitrfcirig a tremendous lift.
"Bu' the bi? thing it the future,
We have several bright prwrwts
ii tha mirt-ri mho are a couple
(t feasors itj. Ttat's the solid

'rafted

"Finally, I tell them, 'Ask
my
manager,' CiiS keeps telling me
I'll fight, says J win aeiena xne
title three times this year. That's
what I would like to do. startine
I with those ranked at the top
Tommy Jackson -ana maie Aia Aia-chen.
chen. Aia-chen. Macnen is ranked second,
isn't he? The IBS can rank them
any way it wants to. ;
'But right now I'm not fight fighting
ing fighting and that hurts in a lot of
wavs rav rride and in the pock-
etbook. I want to walk down the
street with my head up."
The nieht before. Patterson
drove SO miles from Greenwood
Lake to the Elks Club in Queens
as a favor to his trainer. Dan
Flono, who asked him to attend
this father ""! --
leaned against a wall watching a-
maieurs wna.e iw.y :
other. He .seemed glad
I glad just to see
a fight, any kind
of a fight.
'This Is the closest you've teen
to a rin in a long time,", some
body needled him.
. "If T were vour manaeer
I'd
he
make vou stop posing. You'd
ngnung every wees;, a
like you.", .
young kid
Once an amiable Patterson let
neonle needle him like this. But
now it's diiferent. "It's obvious
tenon, was out at his v a r i o u s
dress lactones.
"He sDends all of bis time
thaFA Ar.nta aairf. "Clean livina.
hard workme tfuy. You know
I- Emil. Never find him around the
fiffht mnh Ka'a nut at Eastern
Parkway. They run social mngo
nmH thnrn for a hosDital and
he's on the board! of directors."
-.. mi I ... .A-"- M- ;.i 1 l-
LAiiM'ft attic has t similar con
I rt.a a 1 .1 SI 1.
covered wuu niow-ups ox iignia uo
promoted at the Eastern Parkway
A.f. in Kiviirivn. i n.v inn. in
Un.H tuifh aH run in newsnaneri
arouna uie counny prottauiuus
the high fashion oi t unce aress
TTnfW Kitf nhnta of Bnho Ol
son ducking from a right hand
puncn tnrown oy waner v,aruer i
his n fc.r a aner mnior iormai
...ailoKl. at a Rnstnn -stora. That
MTHMMM.V ww.--
athintf frnm wliirh RV Roh-
K UWlUVVllu'd mwb -or -
Inson proDaDiy couia gei some wg wg-nificance.
nificance. wg-nificance. :"'' .-J
Otherwise, a boxing expert is
rather at a loss trying to Set a
lln. nn Tjinia'a new role In the
iHnO tiuainoay Fven to walk' Into
his place ot nusiness is a prooiem.
rPiece goods salesmen pleats yse
j "Which. door d i.asei!.'inquri-
ed a photographer. s
' A... ha Uaclr'an1 artilta
job another admiring glance.
- For tome reason, Emit is mak making
ing making it clear he does not want to
get into detailed discussions just
" a"e" J""
yet on we f aueraon wwr. n uuc.
this by not being around.
.7. 1
UaaTai I

so vou aeiue lor a anon wnomiKu . .- -

in the -, dress business. And, yon
is. ado, ,ypu
uJ j
UIVW. AW 1IIIU,
dubwcsb
rnnr niarir inn wniLe kid i
1 1 1 a !. J i
the copy of tne w creauon mat
. a 1 1
retalla f or $29. well, we found
mu m.u -r
All we need now is a junior miss

Is Ideal Manager For

ieeling you need. K's fettingbeUout for i couple jof day. and Vie

ter and the best is yet to come
Bujraiu want into the Kansas
rit tk.n.a annir nhmit how Gener
al Manager Parke Carroll, given
a free liana oy uwner nmoio mtar
h.. mm tnrn naaenau urm-
. I.rsa aale r.armlL like
so many of the Athletics, is out of
the Yankee organization anu uraw
wnere to looa xor mem..
.. v. I. A,.. In
a&eanwnuM, svuoreiv luimui
in a fine early job with and talks a-
bout hia naseoau uaveung men.
ncimn... hail nn anrinc training
ani I nnt him at first hia and in
iHSnt ueiu occausc tun wu
i a S i A i ..... w: 1. -.
OUT OF DOORS
HUNTINO'S NlIDs MORI
PRACTICI S-OTI
By WAR It EN fACf
Sheetinfl Editor
r-nn n k that what this rmin-
muI. a a vnnH fiva rent cifar.
but as far as the shooting game is
concerned, we couia oo wiui aooui
50 ralicas of the Williams Gun
Shop layoUs, scattered Judiciously
around omt populated areas.
One eryin need in the gun
ru fatilitiea for ecattereun-
Ders, riflemen and pistol shooters
te work o wiui meir weapn
between game seasons, facilities
.for tne instruction of newcomers
to the Mooting game ra anon.
ranges stalled oy eager snowing
instructors and promoters. That
the William? outfit have got
It's a timauk aril a tail u u
Ifamilv rui. operated by a Clan
of sons, mi of 'em, fathered by
Ka faiffldxr Hanrrr WUliams.
Tbey could have stuck ht the beat-
nes ot gun repair, sigm mtuni.
ki...u mi retail aalea. but not
this rrcmoani-minded family.

nteaU, Oh Wee puhitbi i.lin'.mj awaiua an ixniixu
acreace in Dt.non. Mich about, h-jt te the most improved begin begin-to
to begin-to miles o-jj of Flint, they went rv-s shooters

in for xan'e budding, set wp m l
st'll'M-ms where a mm en try
out his new rife w sere. He esn
step tp behind a lSyini trip liy-

hampion

.you're not my manager, he snap-
ea. "ii you were, you a nave
more sense. .oh. forget it. When
are you coining up to set me
irainv
' Come and see me. train. Come
and see' me oeriod. One his
quick temper passed, Patterson
uvii Hnwn tn wanting aomehnHv to
watch him do. most anything. A
iiraae a iiuiuer is a auuwiuau. a
showman needs a crowd and at
the moment Patterson needs one
desperately. '
Flovcf drove back to Greenwood
Lake, .a -very quiet place at this
time of the year. Week days are
lonely. Patterson hits the road,
boxed, puncues the bags, shadow
boxes, takes walks and after it's
all finished He stands around and
ivafrhec nt'itr fichtera and SDar-
ring partners play pool. ...
1 inodog;' sees mm tram, ana ae-
snitji mhnt T'4mtn has nroelaim-
bout challengers fighting both, him
' Flnvd Pstteraon ix th heavv-
weight champion of the w o r 1 d
I and he's emDarrassed about it
and lonely. x
wnen ire you comma up to
see me train?"

bv

WUTT.W' rhipaffn'a all excited a-
bout the pennant possibihties of
the White Sox, one of the key hur hur-lers
lers hur-lers blasted the team in private
said they couldn't win with what
they had at third, first ana in ngai
field..,.
Could" Spike Brlggs, on the out-
mAm aftr lifetime in Baseball.
be possibly Interested in the Wash Washington
ington Washington franchise? ... 1
tw tintV a anmrlsintf clouter
4Wa si4i U rfmnirtinf as S
major leaguer after years of prom-
ISO' Dec SUBS ne S Iinaujr ucouuia
advice given to him five years a-
s. kv rtnrio-er arnut Al Campanis...
to stop swinging for the fences ...
The scrapping uura sacaer
acta II jit' 1 hia fiata. too 138 bouts in
the Navy) and doesn't duck a fight
... in the minors, ne once uewu
Roeert- Hornsby, 0 1 c h l n g at
third, tell a runner to, sUde mgn
into tiie bag and "knock this
down."-;, li we're gonna a:,
said Hoak, "why wait?" ,.. and
ounched the amazed runner on w
I snoot. v V ,,s-V: v.. 4'
Tuat' is j fate: George Kell de
cided only this 'yearto wfarJ'B
protective neunei n an v. -w-
.... 1. hi. Kaanina the other
week might have been fatal...
A group of Jockeys were exereis
ins their laws and wondering why
all the eicuemem vrr y
u--a1aa. rnti.rnriiAi Inc.. TeSDUlC
wr and nif the
V4r.a-va, -
.7-.hmff.ed oint-
1.1 1 Wnnrihnuae. "l maae
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more a year wan neooes
muiw j j
vi. k ever heard of me?
iiiiiici va'.amw
iTainer iPinrj wui
i;. aTa n m n BWii.iuiru
m8 '""VL' i"". ;irf,,i
irom ms ua
11,1
Daryl Spencer, finally making It
pihum waa (hifteri to aacond.' be
exnlained. "Harry is one of those
fellows who doesn't care where as
ha tilava. He drove in 105
runs for us last season and he's
been crowding .400 since opening
Ha
PruiM h Ririr Hunter. De
Maestri wou the shortstop job the
last wee oi framing.
t nn Rnnriiwiu talks oi K.ansas
Titw aiaoarlv. which IH doubt is
one reason why he lands one welU
navine manareriai joo aner an-
Baseball in the Kansas Cits-
state needs elling, doesn t It?
teith
oet or em skeet fields ta warm
us scattersrun barreL or for a
real workout before the upland
season, be caa run through a bird
field" which syntbesiaes bonest-to-zosh
Dheasant and nartridce cun
ning througa a series of 41 traps
throwing M targets at every con
ceivable angle and speed.
nn wniei at njww twt m a a snail a 1 1 aw
dough, but the Williams clan has
long since mane mat eacx urocga
increased sales of shells, guns and
gadgetry over their Tetiil count-
ers. Far more important thaa
profit te them la the profit to the
shooting game of intense local
shooter deve'opment.
iney stage, ror example, en tne
first two aturdays after school
Lota aan- e JnM a iKiwrfiii,
i . . .' a
fcnooi zor wmm ju icenagers.
:mm wr who au iceDafers.
Durinf the summer months a a
adult trap and skeet league, set
.1.-. k. . ."a I

op 99 uai caca icani naa a noi'i'i i.w..
snot to lead it, keeps the range, the $40,000 hew Castle Handicap,
banrine ererr weekend wrtti sr, I

fuU souads. wiSi the cotBMtilioo
jelmaxed b? a baaqoet blowout
ifie same Jeroe in Uie w;nteT
months
'rrj-.t
eres
ill draw 25 I ke mudi
tkesa celd l!a..jia

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LOCAL BOY Heno'Bertoia
has arrived with a loud thump
as Detroit's t h i r d baseman.
The bonus baby was raised
right across river In Windsor.
ft t
Hi at short for the Giants didn't
recent tha infield Shuffle he 'SOt In
recent serous (although he once
was labeled a quarter oi a hiuuod
dollar player) until, this apring,
.k... t. .i.u.i. srtt-'a rhunra to
play single inning at the position
..and probably wouldn't be there
now if Andre Rogers hadn't sprain sprained
ed sprained an aukle,.., ... . ' ;
Hnraea Stnneham'a onlv reaction
to the visit by the mayor of San
Francisco i "He's a very nice fel
low." i.
Vmm nite Jananese aeent: Hi
roshima, leveled by the A-bomb 12
years ago, will open a 25,000 capa
city aaseoaii par in wr
n ntnrlrf neara ... a V e r V
vawu v r
niaea hut incirfa tha nark because
visiting piayers compiam i a
wild eyed Japanese. sans, uuuw
stones at them.i. r
winrfv ritv tin- et resdv for a
barrage of words from Harvey
Knox...tne vnicago
iil.lu in invaifle Son
Ronnie into the fold from Canada
...ear plugs, anyone? .. .
'e..t..vinf to tha Herb Score' ac
Icldent, in which one of the nicest
kids who ever uirew ,pau
feUcd by Gil McDougald, one of
uin All ico "J T. .
bat: Score is a religious kid who
praya while delivering a pitch ...
Big conflict in the fight camp of
Tony Anthony, the light Jieayy-
;t. nratan1er; lean TonV EUlDS
.1. nw, wnn mvmr aw nil a a
all protein n in aigm w i
a,.ma Manaser Ernie Braca is
ion a strict ulcer diet.M j
Y.. ... trnn'n'ma.' Gulfstream't
A an'. nrith mihlirllt HOr-
nusmw "t" '.7, Tr. j
ace Wade is naicuiou...uiej ui
like the way he spent money ....a
... j: j .n.i a littia to make
millions, building the Florida Der
by into one ti me iri
iSporU'-Briefr
LOS ANGELES (UP) Ed Ana-
, l fit and Ike
mac o wAM-w
Chesnut of New Yora have signed
to meet m a lo-rouna ow
Olympic Auditorium on June u a
" IT J k. .annal 'Fiffht FOT
tiwea" Broeram sponsored by the
BrTTCRTTitnH rTTPI Infield
ajurher Kddie O'Brien has been
r . 1 aVt o ai-aaaV fftW
transierrea uy ui -'V, "TTj
burgh Pirates from the Holywood
.i.-4 in tha Parifie Coast Lesrue
to the Columbus Jets in the Inter International
national International League. O'Brien still win
be subject to 24 bout recau oy
tha Pirates.
vn nrrvnTON TV1. ft.'Pl A
total of IIS nominations fcsve been
inBOunced by officisls ef Dela Delaware
ware Delaware Park for the $150,000 Dela Delaware
ware Delaware Handicap, the world's rich richest
est richest race for Miles and mares, te
I be ran June 3. The race eulmi-
n r"
nates the trick's big three races
for distaff horses. The other races
w. CA AnA rul.a.M OlVf IU
NTV YORK (U-TckW Roe-
pevelt Brown, who waa tha New
York Gnat' 27'J draft choice five
rears ago, has sirned his LA Na Na-rional
rional Na-rional Fool bill Learue contract
with the cbjb. Brown. !. 245-
rxnmder. is rerirdexl by some eb-
oerrers ti tre i:ert "big maa"
ua tie ML.

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1 THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER ;
'K A
. MONDAY, MAY 17, 1957
FIE D S
THIS SPACE JS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE, 3-0740
I
'1!'! I M 1 1 1

G L A v S S

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Houses

FOR MNTi Two
chalet, farnlaltoa'. Hona s-o7.
FOR RINTl Furnlshee1 2 bed bed-nm
nm bed-nm ehaler. $65.00. le St.
No. 4, Campe Al. 'ho"
8-2795. ;
FOR RENTi Vacation toaster
2?4 months. $60.00 per month.
i Balboa Saraaby St. 766, apart-
. men C. Tel. 2-2948.

FOR RENT i Small house. Call
Tol. 2-2175 from :30-l2 ioon
2 .m.-5:i0 p.m.

Resorts

FOSTER'S COTTAGES seal targe
boaeJi hoese. On mil part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. FhoM talboa 1866.

PHILLIPS Ocoarulda Cettagt
Santa Clara. Jox 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-U73.

WANTED Factory spaca. 50
50 matori with effica, store store-room
room store-room and packing (paca in Baj
jmi City. Writo Box 4941, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, R. F.

Apartments

ATTENTION, O. 1.1 Jest built
modem famished aparrmts, I,
2 kedroeots, hot, oolA watea.
Phone Panama 3-4941,

FOR RENT; Two bedroom a.
pa it men t on ground floor, spaci spaci-out
out spaci-out and cool, Gl intpactad. Fur Fur-niahad
niahad Fur-niahad $80.00, Jota do Fabrega
Avenue No. 16, Pasadena.

FOR RENT: Vary ipaciout 2 bad-
room and two bathroom apart-
' mant, Riviara building. Call Pan
mi 2-1661 during effica hour.

FOR RENT:- Completely fur-
. nidied apartment, 2 bedrooms,
. living room, dining zoom, largo
perch, Venetian bliAdi, garaga.
' hot water, linen, China glass glass-war.
war. glass-war. Exclusive residential tac taction.
tion. taction. Bella Vieta, $175.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 1448.

FOR RENTs Cool, acreened
modern apartment, dining-living,
.2 bedreomt, large kitchen and
balcony. Ave. Jose do Fabrega
21 i Paaadena ) Apply I "Ventu "Ventura"
ra" "Ventura" aama addrett.

FOR RENTs One and two bad bad-room,
room, bad-room, living-dining room apart apartment!.
ment!. apartment!. Furnished and unfurnish unfurnished.
ed. unfurnished. New Alhambra Apartment.
Telephone 1386 Colon.

WANTEDi Experienced bouae-keoper-cook.
Sleep in. -Refer-oncea
required. No. 11, 46 St.
La Croata (or No. 11 Jo Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Duqua, La Crata).

San Antonio Credit
Union To Hold
Special Meeting
The -Bail Antonio da Padua
Credit .Union will hold a, apodal
meetin tomorrow .night at the

French, Society hall on "O" Street
at 7:30 to Introduce visitors to

the credit cooperative move
merit.

Thia group, registered ?nder a
capitalization at $1,000 00, la em empowered,
powered, empowered, to carry out a coopera cooperative
tive cooperative system of credit and wr wrings.
ings. wrings. The charter was received

from W. J. ArrochaV secretary of
the advisory council of the De Department
partment Department of Cooperative Educa Education,
tion, Education, by Terah Sayers, organizer
and secretary, at an organiza organization
tion organization meeting held earlier this

monuu

At tomorrow night's meeting

W. J. Purdy, technical advisor of
the U.S. Point Four agency on

the isthmus, wiu give taiK ana
a documentary film will be

shown on -cooperative function

ing.
The officers of the Union are:

Anderson Dow, president; Har

old Jonaa, tice-presioent; reran
Sayers, secretary; Lester- C
Gumbs. treasurer and Antonio

Marquis, vocal ; and manager.

credit committee: Rooert elem element,
ent, element, Alfred if azlmln and Mrs.
Uana DerlUn. VlarUant commit

tee: A. A. Hall. George Todd and

M. Wong,
Tha publle Is tavited.

S iff

RsnarnS Aulo, S. L
Ji Fee. ale U Owul Ave 4S
' ; B 1111 raaam :
1 Tela. S-Sfst X-4714

GUN CLUB
NOTES
CRISTOBAL
Cristobal Gun Club wing shots
suffered from sunshine at last
Wednesday's regular 4:30 session,

dazzling and delayed targets de

luding the Skeeters, best individ individual
ual individual rounds amounting to:

Walter Johnston 22
Wiltz Scheznayder 22
F. Chollar 22
"Casey" Casanova 21
Art Sutton (.410) 17
The 16-yard Transfers had troub

les of a different sort, seemingly
involving proper gun pointing, and
produced no tallies to provoke in

ordinate rejoicing:

"Pos Parker 21
Chollar 20
Joel Cook 19
Grady,HirdIsoa , J8
.
The scores reoorted orovlde less

than safe data for calculation of

any wagers related to Cristobal's
showing in the looming C.Z. State

Shoot It is speculated that "Pos"
needs only more frequent practice
o emerge as one of the Zone's top

nanas. ana sunon nas proven abili

ty much higher than recently exhi-

Diiea. j. v. tiasunser. not shoot

ing last Wednesday, can be expect-

ea w snow up weu unaer nigh pres pressure.
sure. pressure. "Windy"! Sellers and Bill

BrandL both lately missing from

ine courses, are widely esteemed

for high scoring and steadiness.

Sergeant Acquitted

In Formosa Killing
Hustled Back To US

fiONOLTJL.lt.' fcfa ST fTTP

Army M. Sgt. Robert G. Reynolds
passed 'throueh harm tnHv m.

route to Travis Air Force Base

in California. He declined to
comment on his courtmartial
Which, touched Off tha Taini ntl.

American riots.

Reynolds. 42. of Colon. JAdJ

wa traveling with his wife,
Clara, and their daughter.

Linda, f,

Revnolda waa aeauirtri Vv

court martial hoard whirh mVH

the shooting of a Chinese prowler
... i .1 1. -.1.1 i. : : j

w jiuuuuiuii uumiciue. ine
verdict touched off a riot Friday
in which the U.S. Errrtuuv w

sacked and 13 Americans were
injured.

Reynolds turned a deaf ear to

reporters' questions concerning

the court martial and would vol

unteer bo opinions on the rioting.

family on a "leisurely trip across

i urs vwuiiu j huiui m w-umy
leave prior to his reporting for

uui fit, i vik vcuuuit Wei.

Reynolds served as a supply

sergeant u Formosa for two
years and w-4 .due for automatic
rotation borne next month. The

Army hurtled Reynolds out of

Taipei immediately after he was
exonerated.

LEAVE TOUK AD WITH ONE OF OUB AGENTS OR OVH OFFICTS AT 1J-3T "H" KTHFJCT fANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO T atrcet We. II AGENCTAS.
INTERNAL. DE PUBUCACIONK8 No. 1 Lattery Plza CASA ZAUDO-Cantral Ave. 43 LOURDES PHARMACY-1S2 La CarraMullla fARMACIA LOM-

BARDO No. 28 "Bv Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. a J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave, Tivoll No. 4 FASMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS H Central Ave.
riRMtni T.irr tu rsntral Amm m HOIIKFHOI.n FVrHir.rJ r. I. ru.. a n. ai m rnrn nnivirJnilo Amemcna Ave. and 13 St a FARMACIA

VAN-DER-JIS-M Street Mo. IS FARMACIA EL BATLRSO Tuque LafevM 1 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Ferrae 111 MOVED ADES ATH1S eaUe

Automobiles

Miscellaifiebtis

FOR SALI: Two Hillman Husky, ;
low mileage, exceptionally gooj
buys, 1956 medeloi. For infor information
mation information call Tel. 3-4568, 1 a.m.-'1
12 noon; 2-5 p.m. I

FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210 Hardfop with poworglide,
WW tires. Call Balboa 2-63 1 ..

FOR SALI 1949 Kaiier, very
good condition, new tirea. $245.
Telephone Navy 2285. ?

FOR SALI 1954 Pontlac star,
chief 4-door Sedan, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Also English Parakeet with
cage. Call Kobbo 4235. vl

FOR SALE: Give away price,
selling Hudson 51 four door se sedan,
dan, sedan, with hydramatic. Can be
seen at Rodelag-naw building
San Cregorio, Ave.. Juste Arose Arose-mena.
mena. Arose-mena. 'Price reduced. $220.00.

FOR SALE: Four door Deluxe
Chevrolet, standard shift, radio,
excellent condition. Albrook
6237-5783.

FOR SALE: Fiat Convertible,
1 952, in good condition. Price
$250.00. Call Balboa 1530.

FOR SALE. 1954 Buick 4-deer
Sedan, 24,000 miles. $1,050.
Phone : Curundu 3121. Houio
579-H. ; i

FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Fordor
Fordomatc, radio, heater and
defroster, back up lights, direc directional
tional directional lights and others. Excel-,
lent condition. Must sell., Phone
Balboa 6342 after 4:30 p.m.

MOTOR AL SALES i SER--VICE
SHOP OFFICERS THE :
LARGbST S.TOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS AND T.V. SETS ON V
THE ; ISTHMUS. INVERSIO. V
NES GENERALES, AUTO-V
MOBILE ROW No. 38.

FOR SALE: Stationary Exer Exer-cycle,
cycle, Exer-cycle, excellent condition $40.
Tel. 2-3284.

Generals

FOR. SALI -4 Pc. living room
suite upholstered.' Like nevr.
House No. I4-7 Av. and -Call
20, Apt.,l5Any time.,' ?

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, XX

FOR SALI : Modem. Mexican'
original paintings. Peruvian lea-
ther coffee table, pair mahoganr
occasional tables, modern leathe'
topped coffee table, two framed,
mirrors, green barrel back chair,'
Remington electric raior. Rattan
loveseat, two ehairi,' coffee table.;
Tel. 3-6372 from to, 10 or 1
"to Cu,;-.iJ'T,m&.''-

FOR SALE: leaving far States.
1952 Chevrolet, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, tirea, like naw, 4-door,
radio, heater, defroster. Phone

1 H

FOR SALE: 1946 Buick con convertible.
vertible. convertible. New paint, radio. Make
offer, Qtrs. 209-B, Rodman.

FOR SALE: Fere V-8 Tudor
Sedan Seafeem. Green, erTiil
owner, A-1 condition. Telephone
2-2671, House 107-C, Taver Taver-nilla,
nilla, Taver-nilla, Balboa..

FOR SALE-192 Hulck 2 2-door
door 2-door Hardtop, ewer ; w)ndowt,
radio, dynaew n a V-v,tirea.
$750.00 Call Gamboa 6-206.

Last Syrian Troops

Leave Jordan; Red

'Spies' Arrested

AMMAN, Jordan. May '27 (UP)

The last Syrian troops stationed
in Jordan as a result ot the Suez
crisis were reported to. have left
the country today. .r-

The Syrisns who rushed, to Jor Jordan
dan Jordan at th hpiflht nf th Canal rris-

is, got their marching orders from
the Jordanians whd said they no
longer .were needed. ,, ,,-y
While the Syrians headed back
home, Jordanian security forces re
ported the arrest of two Commu

nist "spies" including one who dis

guised himself as a woman and
wore a veil.
One was identified, as Munir A A-sal,
sal, A-sal, a "well known Communist"
who was caught sneaking into a
Bethlehem room where anti-espionage
agents found communist pam pamphlets
phlets pamphlets and a British made cook-

ring stove.

The other,, whose name; was not
released, was. said to have been
masquerading as a woman, djrass djrass-ed
ed djrass-ed in Jong skirts and a veil.

TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer Shipper Mevoi
Phenee2.2451 1-2562
Learn Riding a 1
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding a J am ping Clasae daily
S to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
.a by appointment.

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar life Ins. Cot
for rates and information
TeL Panama t-OSSS

CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street 6
aerosa from Lux Theatre
Hoars 9:00 a.m. to 12:00
3:00 p.m. to 6:09 p.m.
TeL Panama 3-3272.

THE
NEW

canon

CAuaaM,

Model V
With F 1.2 Lens

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Panama N. York Coital

JUST ARRIVED!'
' A new, ahipment of,
i .MODEL CRAFT;
. i' HOBBIES f
Come on in, everybody!
Plane and Boat builders!
Choose from a large va variety
riety variety of MODELS. And
jet here all the BALSA
WOOD and SILK you,
may need.
LEWIS SERVICE
Across from the Aacon P.O.

FOR SALE s Mora reduction!,.
Now, 3 door wardrobe $108.00.
sola bed ryM0. QQ; v 5: t piece
living if room ; ats4 49 00,
wardrobes i 5.00. china closets
15.00, metal cheats of drawer
3.50, kitchen cabinets 37.00, ..
folding beds 19.50, nite tables
5.00, center table 6.50, metal
bads 1 12.50, new maHrosses
15.00. springs 12.50, bunk beds
39.00, porch chair 12.00, me metal
tal metal desks 35.00, linoleums 6.95.
Also: Beautiful wrought iron
dining and living room sets,
complete bedroom and dining
room suites in pastel shades,
brand new refrigerators. Love-
h chrome dinette tots. Easy;'
terms.' Household ; Exchange, Na National
tional National Ave. No.'41, Tel. a-49113-7343.-
t N

FOR SALE :--Partition 4V '. Fane .-for
for .-for Duplex house ailvervar, J
i toaster, dishes, living worn fir-,.
nituro, lamps 6 tables, 3-141 U
371 -A New .Cristobal. Leaving
must 'll. "':

FOR SALE wLlcorera New brand
$80.00. 1st Street Rio Abajo.
House Jll 20, -room No. 12.

FOR SALE Mahogany dining
table, four chairs, China closet.
House 1550, Apt.. 1, Gavilan.

FOR SALE: Living room, eat, 6
pieces, one dining table and aia-,
chairs., all Philippine Rattan; Ap Apply
ply Apply Oserio. Calle Gerard' Ortf ?
ga .No,-3 upstairsK near Super-,
mercado El Roy. ',; p,t-

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Modern home three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, large
'kitchen, living room and dining
'room, perches, on side, rear ana?
' front of house, maid's room, hot
and cold watery Situated at top
860 feet. Always cool. Only 20
of Santa Rita Mountain,' attitude
minutes drive from the city ,of
Colon. Priced to sell. Telephone

toion 43. . ,1

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1 VANTED- Stenographers bl bl-;
; bl-; lingual, experienced, good apelt apelt-.
. apelt-. ;er. Permanent work, Columbia
Picturea, Eusebio A. Morale
, ,' Avenue, 1 -'. v K -,

SERVICES

' Take Jungle Jim Jaunt Boat
' :, Excursion to the San Blaa li- r
lands. THE FIRST OF A SERIES
OF WEEK-END TRIPS TO SAN
BLAS BY BOAT. Leavaa Balboa t
pier 17, 7:00 a.m. Friday, May
' ,31st. Return to. Cristobal Sunday :
': evening 5:00 p.m.':; June 2nd.
j $48.00.. each; person. Loaves
Strangers Club, Colon 10:00 p.,
m. May 31st. $45,00 ach per per-;
; per-; aen. For those who are interested
in going through the Canal only, --,
, --, the price is $7.00 including
" lunch. : First night aboard the
; cruiser "Pescadora." Second V
' night is spent at San Blaa Islands
' Hotel. Don't forget your camera i
- and swim suit. For further in-";
formation see Jungle Jim at Ho Ho-'
' Ho-' tol El Panama or phone Panama
31660 days r 3-1326 nights.

Boats & Motors

FOR SALEj15'6" boat with
25 hp. outboard, dual controls.
All like new. $575.00. Will fi finance,
nance, finance, Balboa 2887. .

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, Found pear Fort San Lorenxe
' white and grey curly haired
'female dog. Dark ear tipa and
tail. Phone 5-466, Gatun.

Lesson?

COCOLI ATTENTION t. Ann Lat
tin will give summer1 classes at
the Cocoli Clubhouse Studio be beginning
ginning beginning July 2nd for 8 weeks.
Register May 28th and May 31st
between 4 and 5 p.m. for apecial
rata. 2nd registration July 2nd,
regular rate, For information ;
Phone 2-4415.

NEW CPA i-. Francisco fl. Nfl Nfl-liez
liez Nfl-liez v (above), an, accountant
employed by the U.S Army at
Fort Amador, last -week was of officially
ficially officially recognized by the Min Ministry
istry Ministry of Agriculture and Cpra Cpra-oierce
oierce Cpra-oierce as a certified public ac accountant
countant accountant licensed to practlc
at any time In the republic of
Panama. Nunez la secretary of
the Panama Accountants Asso Asso-:
: Asso-: elation tnd a member of tha
board of directors of the Pan Panama
ama Panama consumers Cooperative.

FOR SALE V S Prlgldalre 12J-j
tin An dm kaarl ,itW

, j mirrof; $4.0B.; Upholstered; jhai

$7.50 Metal enair
cadar. cheat $9.00. Balboa ,2 K
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FOR SALEVery cheap. Living
room sat, 5 piece. Dinlnf room
aetA7- piece. Four burner 'Move t
with even. Bed. Venetian blinda.
Central Avenua He. 13-138,
Apt. 4. Phone 2-1S58. '

FOR SALE Geneml Elect ri Ren
frigerator. Magio Chef otev, 3
"' burners Electri evon. Eleetrie
toaster. Boby carriage. Good t-
dMoii. ReaeeiwWy price 10t
' Street Ne. 0,08 U apartaoenl .3.
" Phono 1 1 75, Colon.'

FOR SALE: Supreme gap rang
beat' cash ofer.- Leaving 'fath 'fath-mua.
mua. 'fath-mua. Coat '$252.00. Vieta Her Hermes,
mes, Hermes, Francisco File He. 1 7,
Apt.. 4. :::. :

Eyerybody?iA
Crazy Sometimes,

Says Psychiatrist

A ATLANTIC rxrv'. IN t m vt

(UP) A psychiatry professor, said

mat in;. every oooy s3 life
there occurs an emotional risii
"tantamount : to mentatdUness. -1
Dr"Nathan' W artoman

asaOTiat rtinli mAfa, k.

Columbia University, college of
said that, "in- this age of immense
1 psychological i( enlightenment we
are-virtu nlly -impotent, to prevent
mental illnorl" v ,.,

Soeakinar hfore imcIm a tha

59th annual meeting of the na national
tional national conference of Jewish Com Communal
munal Communal 'Service, 'hit.aairl that

result of "our utter faUure to face

we cnauenge 01 numan relations,
we gamble with the risk of total

uesvueuon." -vv- 3 .; ; ;
: He. said Cancer attacks one of
20 neranna nnliA An a; k,i

mental illness., afflicts one out of

one." 1 .-
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FOR $ALI Bargain, baby crib
. and dresser; big droeser,', vanity,
. night table, livlngroom ten 47th
Stroot, houe J, Apt, J..') ,T

US Should Support
Israel's Demands

Ambassador

Mrs. Luttrell Wins
lAWCs Big Raffle
For RP Orphanage

W. SHINGTON. May 27 (UP)

Israeli Ambassador Abba Ebon

disclosed today that the United

States and Israel are engaged in

"most Intimate talks concerning
step to asure Israeli shins free

passsge in the Sues Canal
Ebaa said that if Egypt blocks
Israeli ships in the canal, the
United States should exert "at

least a stronger pressure" on that

nation tnan n used on Israel to

withdraw frosa the Gaxa Strip

ana tne uuu ot Aqaoa carry uus

yesr.
s Ebaa made the statements in a
televised Interview with Rep.

Kenneth B. Keating (R-ND.

: The f srieU ambassador said he

could not give the exact time,

Winner of the raffle sponsor
ed by tne Inter-American Worn

ens' Club as a benefit for the
Axllo fie Nuaatra Anra rtr.

pbanage waa Mrs. AugfjUaa Lut-ldste or method for Israel to send
trell of Panama. :a test ship throurh the canaL But

he reiterated his previously x-

Ehe won II Don worth nf fw- iveasea suna mat Israel doe

elry from Mercurio'i which for .propose to exercise it "undoubt "undoubt-the
the "undoubt-the paat two months has been ed lawful righU of free access in
displayed on a toy poodle. tthe Suet CanaL"

I TM tgypuana consioer uem uem-The
The uem-The official nresentation of eeives la a state of bellicereocr

the prize will be made this aft- with Israel, and hsv said tbey

ernoon by the IAWC Committee wiU stot sry Israeli ship from

for the Orphanage. . using the canaL ,

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for his double and wanted by the police. Somewhere. smt
where In New Tor. "a crowded aUeeta, shadowed anowar
or the Stork Clnh tbore most be the rfrbt wan. bee
Henry Fendm and Vera Miles and the 4
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SchnitIer
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WILWRESERVED Peering
Oatun Explorer Post No. 12, at

day Afternoon. Abel standing

Si the winning crew
but
was
pitting the race.

leading Crews

As Gatun
Catun's boat won the ocean-to-
tesn cayuco race by 11 minutes
festerday afternoon, as all three
r tha leadine crews broke last
tar's record time for the annual
brplorer event.
The hoys of Gatun Post No. 12
jet a record of 8 hours 33 minutes
lapsed time for the entire trip
fom Cristabal to Balboa. The ex ex-hinted
hinted ex-hinted but triumphant members
I th winnnine crew were. Her-
tta keepers, fiavid Stanley, Herb
ector and Mickey Cunningham.
, Second pUce winners were Bal-
oa explorers oi rosi no. a wim
hours, 44 minutes. The third
lace crew from Gamboa Ship No.
la
registered S hours 50 minutes.
ly 17 miuutes separated nrst
om third, crews for the enure
iP-
At the ooDOsite end of the scale
aa an inexperienced crew of the
lamboa ship who had 13 hours,
ix minutes. Of 88 boys who start start-h
h start-h out from Cristobal Friday aft aft-fnoon,
fnoon, aft-fnoon, only two dropped out. Ail
- Last Day! J5 .40
S:N t:M 1:H t:85
?Zj WEDNESDAY
t WHAT-A.'lUY WAYNE
IN A WONDERFUL NEW
ENTERTAINMENT!
M-G4I,
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from his huge load of life preservers. Is Abel Borselllno of
the end of the three day Atlantic-Pacific cayuco race yester

on tne pier or tne Balboa yacht ciud. He was not a memDer

in another

boat entered by Oatun,

Wins
were sunburned, but there no cas-
es of heat exhaustion.
It was a remarkable test of
young boys' endurance as the ex
plorers most of them about 14 to
IS years old toiled through .two
days of heavy rains and wind.
and then through a hot sun, the
latter part of the second and the
f II 1 L J J
iuu uiiru ua,v.
When they arrived at Balboa
yesterday afternoon. The Ameri
can Lesion Post .No. of Fort A-
mador had a large dinner of
ghetti and meatballa ready.
The
weary paddleri, their, hands blis
tered, thovered and changed fo
clean uniforms before sitting down
tu the meals with their girl
friends.
V
Thousands Homeless
As Storms Continue
In Texas, Arkansas
DALLAS. Tex May 2T (UP)
The weather dealt new blows
today in storm-plagued Arkansas
and Texas.
More than a.soo persons were
homeless in the, flood-soaked
Dallas-Fort Wortn area and more
torrential rains were expected.
Sewage overflowed into flood
waters in Fort Worth and mosqui
toes posed a major problem.
Some homeless were forced to
take refuge in cow barns.
One death was reported in the
new Texaa storm.
In Arkansas workers fought
furiously to hold a levee along
the rain-swollen Arkansas nver
south of Dardanelle.
If the levee breaks, 20,000 acres
of land planted to corn and cotton
will be flooded and 200 homes will
be under water.
Weather forecasters had noth nothing
ing nothing but gloomy news for residents
of the sojthwestern area where
a seven-year, drought was broken
weeks ago with rainstorms that
reached near-monsoon proportions
yesterday. Score of tornadoes
have whirled through the area.
bringing death and destructioa to
many. . J

won is was me naraesiK Another was aa aBnouncement
area today. A 4.inch dehige f eU yMtrd,y that British Over Over-f"
f" Over-f" .CIlr 'L000 PTPIseas Airways Corporation planes
.TJ1 UuI "had beea gives permiasHm te re-

m. 17 ii'-r mob stumoer
creeks
aid
flwv4in L.Mm
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areas.
! Roy Adams, Fort Worth sani sanitary
tary sanitary engine, said there was
Uule danger of an epidemic de despite
spite despite the overflow of sewage.
Drinking, w.ter had not yet bo bo-come
come bo-come contaminated, he said, bat
be mapped a program to combat
had 152 fau-hes n ri
in 24 boors. That asvc the eitv'

more rain since January thai it 'the Guild playhouse in Aacoa on
usually has in aa entire year. Uune 3 fof a aix-sught nsa.
The Trinty river, which flows
through Da'las, kept rising but' Tickets are pneed at 81 and re re-the
the re-the crest was exnected la be nrrrior mar be made b eall-

isauch lower thaa LrA predicted.

and won a patch for com com-(Tommy
(Tommy com-(Tommy Thompson photo)

Break Record
Cayuco Race

Awards of model raviirn for
I the first three place winners were
announced oy Capt ; Warner S.
Rodiman during the dinner, fol followed
lowed followed by presentation of a special
paten to eacn explorer who com
pleted the canal transit. Some 86
patches were passed, out. The ca
yucas will engraved by Canal
Zone Council No. 801, BSA. which
sponsored the annual competition.
Egypt How Seeks
Friendlier Ties
Willi Britain
. CAIRO, May 27 (UP) -rSigns
mounted today that Egypt 'wants
to reestablish looser relations with
Britain now she has won the bat
tle of the Suez CanaL
But Egyptian' sources made it
clear that they want to do so on
their own terms and will reject a a-ny
ny a-ny bid by the western powers to
"compel Egypt to submit to their
influence."
The principal Egyptian aim was
said to be to get at least $56,000,-
000 of frozen Egyptian assets re
leased following talks which be began
gan began last week in Rome, so this
country csn resume 'trade with
western Europe.
Western Europe in the past has
provided machinery, and many
other products which are not avail
able on the Egyptian market.
Some diplomatic sources .believ
ed the move to restore trade and
other ties which were cut off when
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
took over the vital Sues Canal had
another, more widespread politic
al motive. They said it appeared to
be an effort to reestablish close
ties with Western Europe to coun
terbalance Russia oa one aide and
the United State on the other.
One tip off has heen shown by
Egyptian newspapers, which late lately
ly lately have adopted a friendlier atti-
tude toward Britain,
.
i,iin fjim t .K.t th.
'
v on una uM u Rnllm r.
quest. .,-".,.
Desperate Hours'
Seats On. Sate
Seats are ow oa sale for The
Theatre Guild's prodoctioa of The
Desperate Hours." which opens at
'ing Mrs. Xmiaw at Balboa C3.

WASHINGTON, May 27 .(UP)

AFL-CIO SecreuryTreasurer vtu-
ham Schinitzler iaid yesterday that
Teamster President Dave Beck is
finished as far as the i American
labor movement is concerned.!.?
Schnitzler said Beck's Saturday
night announcement that he will
not run for re-election at the u
nion's convention in September
dicated that Beck himself realized
he had no- chance of remaining
as head of the Teamsters.
Schnitzler. interviewed on t h e
ABC television proeram. "Celebri
ty Parade," said the task of
'cleaning up" the Teamsters a
mon will be a "continuing prob
lem.n But he added that he did
not think the union had been hurt,
now that the "Beck trouble" hn
been euminated.
Asked directly whether he
thoueht Beck was "finished" an
labor leader, Schnitzler replied, "I
wouia inmK so. t
in Seattle.. Beck nave hi
wife's ill health as his reason
for not sacking re-election as u u-nion
nion u-nion president. Ho said that "H
per cent of my decision to ra-
tiro is duo to my wife' condi condition.
tion. condition. She has been very upset
and her health has not boon ve very
ry very good.'
uecx aiso said he will remain
as union president until Septem-
uer aespue reports that the Team
sters executive board might make
an attempt to oust him.
uecx said he could have retired
some time aeo at hi "neniirm
lary" of $50,000 a vear.. T h r
have been published reports that
iiv siayna on wis long only to
make certain his nenamn nnt
killed in any re-drafting of the u-
mon a convention.
Schnitzler was asked whv lw
am not sian cleaning house be-
lore the Senate Labor Rackets
committee opened its investiga
lion.
He said one reason was fh r.
airy that existed between th
AFL and CIO before their merger
no uuucaiea eacn reared
mat us unions would defect to the
other organization if 'any mty
was made against them.
But mors imnirtant ha t.
the fact that even now the AFL.
Liu does not have subpena pow powers
ers powers and cannot nut witnesses un.
der oath when they appear before
me AtLrCio Executive Council.
it is for this reason, too, he
saia, mac labor welcomed the in
vestigation by the Senate commit committee...
tee... committee... .
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Kimberl
In Ancon Tomorrow
funeral services win he held
at 8:30 tomorrow morning; at
the Sacred Heart Chanel in An
con for Mrs. Dolores C. Kimberl
of Ancon who died' Saturday
night in Gorgas HosmtaL She
was 62 years old.
The services will be conducted
by the Rev. Michael Wye. CM.
and will be followed bv burial in
Corozal cemetery.
Preceding the funeral services
wm oe ft Rosary, to be held at
7:15 p.m. today in the Gorgas
Mortuary ChapeL conducted bv
r auier wye.
Mrs. Kimberl was born In Co
lombia and Had made her home
here for many years.
She la survived by three
ghters: Mra. Henry : Sellner,
of Ancon, with whom she made
her home, Mrs. May Osborne, of
Panama, and Mra. Delia .Reme .Remedy,
dy, .Remedy, of Jacksonville, Fla.
aim surviving are four step
sons: John Hern, Of Ancon, Rob
ert Hern, of Jacksonville, and
James and Joseph Hero, who
live in Maryland. i

Army Group At Reserve Camp
With Puerto Rico Guardsmen

A tTOUD of four officer and 71
enlisted personnel from UA. Ar-
my Caribbean left the command
Friday for Puerto Rico where
they will participate la the an-
nual Army reserve summer train-
Ing encampment.
In addition ta the rescue
tralnlnr, four of the enlisted per
sonnel wUl remain la Puerto Rl
co for one of the two National
Guard encampments belag held
this year. I
The mala group will act as
training advisers and Inspectors
for the Army reaervlste during
their tralnint period from Jgue
8 to June 23. The support group
of four enlisted men will act as

adviaers for the National Ooara ter R. Barton, pre. joyei R. coi coi-tralnint
tralnint coi-tralnint July 7 through Jyly 3U liter and Pfc Denis M. vort nf
Personnel from Fort Clayton; the snh AAA Detachment
wbo went to Puerto Rico are(RCAT.
Capt Walter L. Baker aad f p3' Other perabnnel are M-Frt.
Ralph L. O ruber of Btry. B, 03rd Carloo Patoa of U. Arrry Ca Ca-AAA
AAA Ca-AAA Bn.: 1st Lt Allan N. t"-i ribbeai School, Fort Gu'.Ka. and
ney, UB.-Tran.rOTtation Serv- Fpl Dour!as E. :;orton. f.';") En En-ice;
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WASHINGTON, May 27 (UP)
House Republican leader Joseph
W. Martin Jr.' has summoned the
House GOP" Policy Committee to
strategy huddle today in a last-
ditch effort to restore cuts in Pres
ident. Eisenhower's defense budget.
Martin said there- was "growing
sentiment :. among congressmen
that the House Appropriations Com
mittee cut the program too deep.
But another GOP leader, Rep,
Charles A, riallecfe (R-Ind.)i con
ceded it mipht be "very difficult"
to restore die money.
The '- administration admittedly
was waging its main light in tne
Senate, Senate democratic Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson served notice
today that the bill will get a close
coins-over there when it reaches
the upper chamber later this
week.
Johnson tuld reporters no budg
et recommendation was "sacred
and untouchable," Including tha
defense program. Ho also said
ho saw no change in the desire
of either the people or Congress
to achieve economy in govern
ment.
Meantime, Deputy Defense Di
rector Donald A. Quarles said he
saw no prospect for a. "substan "substantial"
tial" "substantial" cut in defense spending "un
Young Father Of 2
Shools Self After
Rented Auto Crash
READING.. P"a.May. 27 lAV?)
A 21-year-old father of fwo, who
crashed a rented auto into a high highway
way highway sruard rail Friday-niahtj died
last night of bullet wounds which
police said were self-inflicted.
Barry greasier ," 21, was ais-
covered in the bedroom., of his
home by his wife, Sally, also 21,
.22 caliber rifle was nearby.
Mrs. Bressler had gone to his
room to tell him a representative
of the car-rental agency was at
the door requesting an accident
He was i.tren -10 uommunny
General hospital here where he
died U hours later.
Mrs. Brcsier said she and her
husband hai Hiuarreled 'earlier.
She. said the was unaware until
the agency representative arrived
that he had been in an accident.
Bressler., who received ; minor
injuries in the crash, told police
he lost control of me car and
veered off the highway, five miles
south of here, after visiting Jhis
mother-in-law. ...
....
Onelime Follies Gal
Jackie Sullivan, 78r
Is Dead In Canada
TORONTO, May 27 (UP) A
oricinal member of Geore e White's
scandals and the Zieefeld Follies
Qiea mi ocr iiuinw uc rum.
Jackie Sullivan, who had been
living here in semi retirement
since 1828, was 78..
She married the owner or. a
road show,' J. P. Sullivn who play played
ed played af fairs across Canada and wal
associated with Wallace 'Bros.
shows.' : ' ,v
She had been prominent in out
door entertainment in the United
States, South America and Cuba
as well aa this country.
and Hq. Btnr 85th AAA Group;
SpJ Joe M. Epps, Btry. D, 7S4th
AAA Bn.; sfc wllburn E. Lewis,
Soeth AAA Detachment; Sfc.1
Joha C. Mathews, Btry. A, 903rd
AAA Bn ; and Sfc Maurice R,
Earle, 317th MP Detachment.
Fort Davis neraonnet Include
l(t Li- Jamea W. Jacks. F?U Rob- J
ert C Link ad gt, WU'iam W.
Thomas of Btry. A, 7S4th AAA
Bn.; and Sfc, Mark H. Thomas
end Sfc CaJvin J. Bowlin, Hq.
and Hq. Btry., 764th AAA Bn..
and 1st Lt Robert A. Valverde.
Sfc. peter D. Coffee. 8ft. Jackie
Hornbert;er, PpJ Lawrence O.
Bueu. Fp3 wuiasa C osoorne,
Sp3 William A. Borel, Pfc. wal-

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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MAT 27, 1957

:rMalcesLaisf'-

Save Defense Buadef

til
we have a different kind
of
world order." He said the defense
budget 'in tne final analysis' must
be geared to the Communist thre threat.
at. threat. 1 1 ; i v
Quarles, who appeared yesterday
on the CBS-TV program, "F a c e
the Nation." was asked if the De
fense Department next year might
nave to ask even more new money
than the $36,200,000,000 sought by
President Eisenhower this year.
Hi replied that "I think we'll be
dealing in the present area of de defense
fense defense spending" although "that's
a little time ahead and things can
change:" Quarles also called for
restoration of at least $1,200,000, $1,200,000,-000
000 $1,200,000,-000 sought by President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower this yer.r.
He replied that "I think we'll be
dealing in the present area of de
fense spending although "that's a
little tims ahead and things can

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2 Alabama Whites On Trial
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For Bombing Negro Churches

iioNTGOMERy, Ala. ( May 27
(UP) Two white men went on
trial in circuit court here today
charged with bom hi n e Negro
churches last winter in a violence-
marked protest to the end of bus
secreeation.
Raymon C l Britt Jr..1 'Tt,' and
Sonny Kyle Livingston Jr..' 18, face
possible maximum sentences 4 oi
ten years in prison for their part
in th3 ami-Negro reign of 'terror
which gripped Montgomery follow
ing the ; Supreme Court decision
Dec, 21, 1956, ,
The high court ruling' struck
down Jim Crow laws on public
transits.
Two other men, James D. York
and Henry Alexander, face sep
arate trials June 3 which could re
suit in the dtath penalty. Alabama
law makes dynamiting of an inha
bited building a capital offense
Britt, an employe of a flooring
company, was charged with dyna'
miting the Hutchinson Stree Bap
tist church and the First Baptist
church, both Negro, on Jan. IS and
with, dynamiting a Negro taxicab
stand Jan. 27. ; -.. ?
Livingston is charged with dy
namiting the Hutchinson Street
church. rue road machinery tirra
employe is also charged with the
Jan. 10 bombing of the home of
the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., a
Negro leader, and the Rev, Rob
ert Graeti, white minister of an
all-Negro congregation. i : i.f
York aua -Alexander, are -accus
ed of dynamiting the home of the
Rev. Ralph li. Abernathy Jan. 10
while the Negro's family was as
leep In the house. Abernathy him himself
self himself who not home at the times. I
self was not at home at the time.
Three others, charged with mis
demeanors escaped indictment by I
Uh. u..i..in. rAH.t.
grand
jury Eugene Hall, Charlie Bodi-
ford and Donald Dunlap. I ney

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change." Quarles also called for
restoration of at least $1,200,000, $1,200,000,-000
000 $1,200,000,-000 of the House committee cuts,
. He -denied the House commit-
tea'a charge that rivalry -and
duplication between the military
services was getting out of con control
trol control and wasting money. If any anything,
thing, anything, h said, "it's getting ; in
bettor control."
ine House continued debate on
the scaVa down $33 Kxi.noo.000
defense appiopriations bill today.
it is expected to act on aiaemi-
ments tomorrow with a final vote
Wednesday. The key vote will
come on a proposal to restore all
or part of the $2,587,000,000 cut
made by .the Appropriations Com
mittee. t
Martin, said the GOP policy com
mittee will map plans today for
an attempt to put back at least
some of the money. Eisenhower
were charged by police with con
spiracy m the throwing of bombs
which failed to explode,
' The outburst of violence eninted
following a 381-day boycott of city
nuses wnicn enaed with the U.S.
Supreme Court's decision declar
ing segregation on public, transits
unconstitutional." 9
, o
. The boycott was engineered ., by
me Montgomery improvement As Association,
sociation, Association, Negro civic organization
headed by King, Abernathy is its
vicepresident and a majority of
tha leaders 'n the group are Negro
ministers.
'Nineteen acts of violence' were
reported in' the 14 months of the
boycott and the bombing after after-math.
math. after-math.
Argentine Chiefs
Mum On Bomb Blast
InPeron's Car r
BUENOS AIRES. May 27 (UPV-r
Argentine officials refused to com comment
ment comment on the explosion of a bomb
in ex president Juan Peron's au automobile
tomobile automobile in Caracas, pending- an
omuaj report. ;. ; 1 v
There was some skepticism on
the origin of the. bomb, however,
and speculation that the explosion
of the bomb in the automobile,
which was not occupied by Perotr,
was arranged to get Peron's nsme
in the newspapers on Argentina's
traditional May 25 holiday.
The local press printed the Ca-i
racas story on international news
pagea withovt comment.

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Ditch
and Defense Secretary Charles E.!
Wilson have said that plane pro"
curement 'especially would suffer
if $1,200,000,000 of the reduction it
allowed to stand.
Sens. Jchn Sherman Cooper (R
Ky.) and George Smathers D D-'I
'I D-'I h"ed. "P or opposing sides in
!u buJet battle. Cooper agreed
with; Eisenhower that the House
committee "gambled" with the na national
tional national security in cutting f defense
funds.. Smarhers insisted the bud budget
get budget could be cut,. They appeared
on the NBC "American Forum",
TV show. ,
Although most sign pointed for ward
House approval of the de defense
fense defense cuts, Martin said a "sub
atantial number" of COP con congressmen
gressmen congressmen support Eisenhower's
statement fhat the reduction i
niy. ,k ,
He said' House" GOP leaders
hope to got enough Democratic

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some 1

support 10 dp able to carry
amendments."
Johnson countered that Congress.
in acting on the defense hndcrpt.
Will COt.tinUfr to rlo what, it has
been doing -w and that is to elimin eliminate
ate eliminate every ent that cannot he 1h
tifiel in the national interest' ;
I lie Democratic leader said no
One disagrees with the.President'a
warning against harmful cuts, but
he said this is not the issue.
,'The real issue is whether ton'
much money is being spent and
whether it Is being SRent waste waste-fully,"
fully," waste-fully," he Mid. "Congress must
still apply, jts judgement as to the
size ox, .the reconwnendations i ''
.The executive agencies have
conceded already that : the V can
live' Vithni$l,SOQ,000,000 of the a-
mounts cut out of defense bv the
House. They claim now that the
other $1 200.000,000 is the part that
cannot be touched, s
'A few weeks ago, the whole sum
was considered sacred and un
touchable," Johnson said
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the r
24 hours ending -1 a.m. today, t
if ) prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological .and. Hydrographic Branch"
of the Paname Canal Company:
Balboa' Cristdbal
",, '. Balboa Cristobal
TFMPCRATUREt .!
High
SO
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83
; -v 75
77
N-17
NW-22
.OS
Low
HUMIDITY:
Low
(max. mph)
. 61
NW-20
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-1S
RAIN (inches) 0 V
WATER TEMP.r
(inner harbors) 83
83
TUESDAY, MAY 28
H1CJ.
2:38 a.m..
8:49 p.m.
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8:57 a.m.
9:25 p.m.

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