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4 Canal Zona residents will have
the day off tomorrow in pbserv-
ance of Memorial pay which has
been set aside as a legal holiday,
- and will be nigmignieo py
'dal ceremonies on land and sea
1 Memorial Day events tomorrow
will be .conducted on poin aiues
of the: Isthmus under the sport-
sorship of canal zone veterans
i organization and the military.
, .In Panama, it will be business
as usual. 1
Th vntii ftf the day In the
Zone will Include ceremonies at
Corozal cemetery ? beginning at
a fin a.m. Murine which an ; Air
. Force ,cargo; aircraft will jlrop
. vinT.,oi- nn tho cpmftrv. and the
'Balboa High School firing squad
will fire 6aiute to me aeao. ;?
Earlier in the morning,1 start start-'
' start-' !ng at 7, boy and girl scouts will
- decorate veterans, graves at Co Co-,
, Co-, rozal followed by simultaneous
flag raising ; at Bamoa neigni
Britain Accepts ;
Carman Plsri For
4-Power Pisrley; ;
'LONDON, May 29 (UP)-Brit-ain
- today officially accepted
.West Germany's proposal for a
'four-power conferences wltn ine
itusslans If agreement was first
reached j for partial, dlsarrna-
ThV foreign office -reacted
.-,ff i n rhanppllor Konrad A-
denauer's suggestion that the
ed f hps approficii t
t r t t-Iks viih tt-e "us-
! r, f
-iinn reur-..' ....ii'"
"fcepting a first' atep toward dis disarmament,
armament, disarmament, .X l
M Her Majesty's government
"Will await with interest the ap
-broach to-them on a Possible
; lour power conference foresnaa foresnaa-H
H foresnaa-H owed in. the Adenauer commu
; trique." ; an 1 of ficial ; statement
fjaid."-''-" -'" '" -"
'it seems" probable 'that the
' achievement of -a partial can-
armament agreement-w o u Id
greatly increase, the chances of
" such a conference being fruit fruit-;
; fruit-; iul, the statement said.
Britain's swiit expression of
Interest in the .Adenauer- pro-
.learirt the WSV for Sig-
1T hiflcant new round m East west
negotiations, the first since tne
summit and foreign min ministers
isters ministers sessions at Geneva. ;v
Events in Hungary last year
t-iad ureviauslv wiped out hope
bf bringing top level delegates
from East and West together for
a. new attack oil the issues of
German reunification and Euro Euro-pean;
pean; Euro-pean; security.'-, ; ,Vi-.
Ike To Congress;
Must Havie Funds
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"WASHINGTON. Mty 29. (UP-
The Eisenhower administration le
A.m nrmared to send Congress a
fat demand for more postal mon money
ey money with the words "or else tied
, Pestmsster General Arthur Sum-:
rnerfield ssid the suppiemroi
budget request would total about
140 million dollars.. President -:
aenhower ald If Congress doefn t
- ots. tn it nonai service wiu
h.v tii b "drasticllbr curUfled
in tb new fiscal year that starts
i Cnsirman A, Willis Robertson of
tne Senate Postal Appropriations
. Committee said fie expected the
lupplemental request today.
Congressmen said generally they
vere willing to listen to Summer-
field. But they were sxepucai
tvit his chances of getting the
tooney at least alL of it.. .
Dulles Say's Riofs
n Formosa Won't
Affect US Policy
J WASHINGTOM. Hf 29
Dulls, a kit Hv tmlfnMi f
i rfT, taW H inH-iiHrxH
mm '' will m kira t
'fact M kmic Amiriua 'wt
Far Emt ar Nfinilisr Chioa.
t T1T iM. kmw, lia-r Hm f f-'
' f-' fact f sMiif a U.S. effort! r
aay Aatcricaa traaaa M caa
arity, l U4.
Diablo Heights, Pedro Miguel,
Cocoli and Balboa, starting at
7:30. m. .v x
Brief ceremonies, which Include
the placing of floral tributes will
be held by Boy and -Girl Scouts
at 8 p.m. wun R. c. worsiey as
Boy scouts Willi place floral
tributes at the Columbarium in
the All Soul's Chapel at the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral pf 8t. Luke's in Ancon at
8:15. -. 7 t ,
At 9:15, a special train will
leave the Balboa; Heights Kail-'
road Station for Corozal; The
public Is invited to utilize this
courtesy- extended by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company in eoincr to
and returning from the Corozal
Memorial: Day Exercises. ;
' At 11 a.m. Veterans of Foreign
Wars and the American Learion
will decorate graves at the Ama Amador
dor Amador Cemetery in Panama.
At,l pjn. the Veterans of ror ror-elen
elen ror-elen Wars, the American Legion
Land the Paraiso Mutual Aid Club
will hold memorial services at
the Paraiso memorial nlaaue In
honor of Panamanians who died
in the Korean war. CoL Joseph
R. Walton. Provost Marshal. is
scheduled to be guest speaker at
the paraiso ceremonies. -v
The services at sea will be held
aboard the USNS Owl beginning
at 1 pjn. ; .j.?, .-.."iv-t-v.-
On the Atlantic side, obsery-
nces.wiu pegin ai :30 a.m witn
a parade In Margarita and cer
emonies at the Mt. Hope Ceme
tery at which Gor, Potter will be
net speaKer...;.; -tvrty
Gov. Potter today called atten
tlon to the proclamation issued
by President Eisenhower in which
ne asked air American citizens
io aeaicaie ine oay i to prayer
ana 10 ronnr ineir IPiinw riti
7ptis v Laa t vra t1- r I
Approves Alaska ?
Statehood Dili :
WASHINGTON, Miy (UPV-
"ine House interior Commtttee
quickly approved the Alaska state.
flood bill today after stripping it
of a proviso to require a special
election before the territory could
enter the union. a
The vote was 24 to
The committee rejected the e
lection amendment on a 15 to IS
roll call vote after a sharp dispute
over a proxy vote cast against
the provision in behalf of Rep.
Charles C. Diggs Jr. (D-Mkh.).
With the fate of the amendment
hanging on the single vote, Rep.
A. L. Miller (R-Neb.) challenged
the authenticity of, the proxy vote
offered by Alaskan delegate E. L.
Bartlett -' s ,i. .;
Boy, 12, Who Saved Baby's Ufe :
"Belatedly Recognized As Hero
CHICAGO May (UP) A
boy. 12. who saved a baby's life
by breakrnr the infant's fall
from a second story window, won
belated recognition today as a
Little Jimmy Thomas had kept
mum about his role in the inci
dent last Saturday because he
was ashamed that he. hadnt
caught the falling infant.
Doctors at Garfield Park Hos Hos-pitah
pitah Hos-pitah said the baby would have
been-killed if Jimmy had not
broken his fall. The infant suf suffered,
fered, suffered, a skull fracture, they said,
but will probably lire.
Jimmy tearfully owned np to
his heroism Monday under ques questioning
tioning questioning from hU father. The boy
said he felt guilty because the
baby slipped through his arms
ad bad to be taken to a hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. A
- Jimmy said he and his broth brother.
er. brother. Tommy, 10, were playing in
their coaster weron at the back
of their home when a lootball
flew out of a avennd atorr win-
Moments later, they saw Billy
Wayne Taylor, 21 months old. of generations, but the wsy Toby
erawline- ot of the window after Bruce figures it, if yon aiat jot
the football. IwhitUers. checker players and
"Go back, little boy, to back.";nicknames it's not the real thing.
Jimmt screamed. But Billv paid! These are bane -ingredients of
nn ttctlon and fell from the
JimmT ran to the house. Taeld'olace of some i.ooo rurredly in
put his arms clenched his teeth
and braced himself as hard as
he could. The 35-pound baby hit)
Tinmrt irrri the lUnried
through and fell onto the side-iaod
walk head first. Jimmy weighs
ni t. itnnsti
itmntf railed to his mother,
l"Momnyr, the baby fell out of the
r. n ,
OF i PANAMA
A SPECIAL MEETING will be
held by the Panama City Council
tonight to discuss the rejection
by the Panama jtierza y l,vz uo
request for the revision of
the company's contract with tlie
El Dia speculated that serious
charges will be hurled at the
firm at tonight's meeting, which
will be broadcast over a local ra radio
dio radio network.
A recent ruling which prohib prohibits
its prohibits the sale of alkalizers, analge analgesics
sics analgesics and special powdered milk
formulas in any other establish establishment
ment establishment but a drug store has ap apparently
parently apparently started trend; ?
El Dia's Colon correspondent
reports that a group of restau restaurant
rant restaurant owners are starting a move movement
ment movement to get the government to
clamp down on the sale of hot
dogs, hard boiled eggs and other
snacks in cantinas which have
m adjoining restaurants.
The group will also seek to bar
drug stores- from selling Items
like perfumes, school supplies,
lottery tickets and other non nonmedical
medical nonmedical items, the correspondent
ald.- ''. y-V ;"'
The price of onions went : np
two cents a pound today; accord according
ing according to a communique issued by
the price Regulating Office.
L Hora quoted farmers of
Nuevo Emperador today as ay ay-ing
ing ay-ing they have been given six
months to get off Jand they
have been cultivating within the
jurisdiction of the Canal Zone.
A spokesman for-the farmers
was quoted as denying that Ca Canal
nal Canal Zono authorities had burned
their homes or mister d them;
in buy waj.nuntvci, .t"
man rrq;revi.ea mit r coj- c
will have to .abantion farniwnus
they have been, occupying for as
lone- as SO arearsv n
He said they have asked the
Panama government to provide!
new areaa icr tnern.
0 f f e rs Am erica ns:v
New; Spanish Class
A new Spanish course for Eng English
lish English speaking people will be held
t the University of Panama from
June I to July 18, 1957. Classes
will be conducted in th morning
hours on Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday. Elementary Spanish at
8:30; intermediate -Spanish at ft:
30 and advanced Spanish at 10:30
Emphasis will be-given to con conversation
versation conversation and translation, j -'
Registration is open at the Sec Secretary's
retary's Secretary's Office from to 12 'and
from s to p.m. r ,. ?
window." Mrs. Thomas notified
tha fire department and the po police.
lice. police. Jimmy was ignored In the
excitement but watched' fear fearfully
fully fearfully in the baekeround.
A neighbor whn had an thu
baby fall later mentioned thel The incident leading up to his
incident and asked about- the arrest occurred yesterday morn morn-"llttle
"llttle morn-"llttle boy who saved the baby'aling at the main gate of .Plet 18
llfeThe word spread around theita Balboa where lie was refused
district, but nobody knew who! entrance bv the guards since he
the little boy was.
- Jimmy's father. Leonnrd. alas
became curious and Questioned
his, son closely about "this little:
"It was me. Daddy," Jimmy
said, and burst out crying. "I
caught him but I couldn't hold
WhHtfefs; Checker Pla
By DOC QUIGO
VZW YORK (UP ViTiat
real essenca of a rural a
town? Weil, there have been some
changes made in the last couple
the old-timt midwestern type of
ftnaU town. Lit PiggoU. Ark., a
dependent souls where Toby grew
If yoeYe a whittler in Pirjort,
Ttu'r richt-smart oast snid&e see
are semi-retired, and about
I o'clock erery morning yon tare
tmir nlir m on of the wooden
benches under the maple tres
the erU side the eunhwse.,era,
"' 1 1 1 '. 1 . .' i J i -L -i '. .-..b...i J-'.i. .-.I.
I II II ilimili in mi ii inn .. nuiim II n iliimMMImuii.iiiiiironiinn.il .11. umi... Mm t
3 Top Jobs 1
, ' Directed
, i f 0 -:
v 4 i:
LUNCHEON Members 6f Gov.'
ed are: Capt. W. S. Rodimon, Lt. Gov.n. W. Bcnuii, jr., ,oovemor rower, enry u juonovan
Civil Affairs Director, arid Col. H, M.-Arnoldr Engineering and Construction Director. Stand Standing
ing Standing in the same order: David Markun, acting General Counsel, H. I. Perantie, acting De De-tmtv
tmtv De-tmtv Executive Secretary: Major David H, Smith, Military Assistant, Col. -Charles O. Bruce,
Health Director; B. I. Everson,.TransportaUon: and .-.Terminal Director; Wilson" Hi,' Crook,
SuDblv and Employe Service, Director;". Philip X Bteers, Jr Comptroller; Robert C Walker,
Chiel Internal Security Edward A. Doolan, personnel Director;-Paul M. Runnestrand, Exe Executive
cutive Executive Secretary ; John D. Hollen, chief, Executive Planning Staff, and William O. Arey, Jr.,
Public Information Officer. . , j
l -1 If ui 1 -v
h unmnletion yesterday ot nis
first vear as Oovernor tit tne va
p, I 1
rave, oeen-receiveu 'ujt
. : i u..
Gov. vvV E. Potter from a ozen
i. w iprfr In the United States'.
The messages ranged rrom riet,f
onenentence caDiei, w i v u k
messages, .s' i- '.v 'A "'
, Labor orttaniiations represent
ed by the- congratulations were:
The Order d Kaiiway yonuue-
tora and Brakemen; yu" i
The Brotherhood or i-ocomouv
Engineers, two of whose top om om-ciah
ciah om-ciah sent messages
The KFlr 4 jiu uneramencan
branch, represented by ;,- Serafino
Romualdi; ,.'' V
The International Brotnernooa ox
y. The International Union of .O-
naratinv Rn'ffineeri: ''"
lie Metal iTaaes teprvuiBu.v
tne ai LrCiu sna r j
The International Assoclatioa of
Wlr. lohtr. ;
. others endin messages were
Louis Damiani, legislative repre
sentative of the Canal zone (j an antral
tral antral Labor Union,' and George f J.
Tcii Day Sertlence
Oeorea rt. Gllnin should nave
realized that after. three etrjs
you are oui t ?;- e
vtrdav. the SO-year-old
Panamanian faced the Balboa
Magistrate for the third. time
on the same charge, of disturb-
1n th neace bv flehtUlB
j had no official business on tne
' GUoln pleaded not rulltt -to
the charge of ,being loud and
disorderly, and Quarreling. But
Judge John K. Deming found
the defendant guilty as charged
and sentenced him to spend the
next 10 days In jail. ; v
- Yon whittle with a pocket Ttnife
on a cedar stick' air day, with
maybe a break for noonitme din dining.
ing. dining. You sit with SO to 100 other
whittlers, saying little, shaving off
rstor thin slivers with long,
smooth, awsy-from the -' body
strokes that are almost a rhythm.
Anybody who whittles toward
himself a real .square. You don't
whittle te carve out anything? You
just do tt for the art of whittling.
Early next morning, a handyman
cleans the courthouse yard of
the piles of tharings, and the pro process
cess process is repeated.
If you're not a whittler. -, yon
may be a checker player, and you
j inhabit the same region, playing
mostly op on the bandstand. On s
Saturdsv there may be as raeny
! plsyers and kibitiers gsth-
Potter' Waff attend luncheon
Pottex "staff :. attend luncheon
Rlchardson who was here recent-
ly as personal rPpresentative : ot
AFL-CIO president George JUeaiiy.
Completion of Patter's .-first
year in office -swas -jnarkedhera
this week at two luncheons: one
sUended by his staff, the .other
byTrepresentatives, of locaI;,lsbor
groups v ,., ' )
The, oast year hss beea event
ful, not only for the Governor but
for the entire Canal Zone. Zone.-One
One Zone.-One of Potter' : first steps wss
to inaugurate the present form
of town' meetings,- where he has
appeared. regularly. ..
The: new governor had barely
settled into his new job when the
Presidents of the American na nations
tions nations gathered in Panama, and his
days then were -divided between
activities in the Republic and
serving as host to those hesds Of
state who visited the Canal Zone.
Whithin a few weeks, he was
called on to m ake the top level
decisions necessary in connection
with the limitation of commissary
privileges, as provided by the 1955
The past year has also seen
the adoption of a Group Health
Insurance Program, and the inau inauguration'
guration' inauguration' of planning for a Unit United
ed United Fund drive, to r e p 1 a-c e the
' WUsoa H. Crook, Supply and
Employe Service Bureau direc director,
tor, director, was taken to Gorgas Hos Hos-.
. Hos-. pital early .this morning snf
. f ering from' a cerebral : hem-
' orrhage.? : :
- He is on the seriously ill list
and his condition at noon had
not changed much since he
wm admitted at about 7:30 a.-
- m. 'r -;. '-i.'. 5
- Crook Is a native of Yaiwo.
Misi-, and has been employed
with the canal organization
sine 1929. All of his service
was with the service centers
and the commissary division
and he has been director of
the Supply and Employe Serv Service
ice Service Bureaa since Its organisa
tioa last year. --.'.' .?.
If you're not one of these
groups, you may be in the coffee
"This is composed of men who
mostly are merchants." Toby
says. "They go from plsce to
place In the business section for
coffee, over which they ezchsnge
news kerns and transact politics.
You find the ssme fellows at one
place at 7 a.m., another place at
9 a.m., and so on through 10, 2.
3 and 4. Some drink 15 to 18
cups a da. -
"And then there are the nick nicknames.
names. nicknames. We had Humpy Wade and
Turnbuckle Berry and Tighteye
Soeed. Tighteye had three broth brothers
ers brothers nsmed Goosegg, ROundhesd,
"My real name is Telly Otto
Bruce, but Toby is the nickname
that stuck. I also was called Bag-
in his 'honor: Ml, to r.) seat
H jail Potter
ii S: '..'Ii
scattered fund raising
drtves.-.' vt .', V -.
;.lhi-e- were number of Vevl, 1
fvenlt among them, the" 50th an
niversary party for' the Tivoli,
last November, and the passage of
the billionth ton of cargo through
the Canal Just a month later.
Other newsworthy items -of the
past year 'include Studies toward
increasing Canal capacity; the
placing of an. order for i revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary new .type of ,lockv locomo locomotive
tive locomotive to be tried out at 6 a tun;
sale oi tne Panama Line's SS Pa Panama
nama Panama to the American President
Lines,- a Congressional directive
ordering that the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad be retained as a (common
carrier here; transfer of :Commis.
sary Division hesdqusrtert to the
Pacific side snd the inauguration
of a Price Ihdex.. :!. i.
Girl : Admits Spending Night
Gl At CZ Gun Position
3 A 14-vear-old eirl who., said
she left her home in Panama to
go swimming in the Balboa pool
last Monday., mgnv cook tne
stand yesterday in the Balboa
Magistrate's Court to testify that
sne spent .mat mgni on a-mpire
Range win a young soiaier, ann
then returned the next t night
with him and one of his buddies.
The two soldiers, Robert' M.
Bridees and James. R. Aiken,
charged with statutory rape of
the' Amerlcan giri, eacn aecunea
to take the stand to testify on
their own -behalf. :
'Arter a one-hour hearing In
the court -yesterday. Judge John
E. Deming bound the cases over
for trial in the U-S. District Couit
and set baU at lfi0Q for each
defendant.' ? -.
- The dark-hslred girt who ap ap-oeared
oeared ap-oeared in court devoid of make
up, and .wearing a red sport
blouse and grey skirt, spoke qui quietly
etly quietly and without emotion. She
told the .court that she had ac accepted
cepted accepted a ride home with 20-year-
ears. Eaelebeak. and Little Britch
es. When I went back to Piggott
last summer, the whittlers snd
checker slayers and nicknames
were there, same as ever, and 1
suspect there is not another small
town in the U.SA. that preserves
them as faithfully." .
Toby now runs a small-appliance
store in. Kev West. na. tie s in
New York for the ooenini of "A
Face in the Crowd." a movie for
which he was technical adviser on
small town life. Whea the author
and tha director first asked him
to take them to aa Arkansas small
town in which they could shoot the
movie, be took them to riggoo.
Next morning be figured
done right. Both had got
and joined the whittlers.
Appointment of a new manaqer for the Panama oU
road Division, and the consolidation of three of the rail railroad's
road's railroad's top jobs, was announced today at Balboa Heights".'
. The new manager, George M. Smith, formerly witrV
the Pennsylvania Railroad, arrived on the Isthmus Friday'
from 'Fort Wayne, Ind., and will return to the United
States tonight, after having spent the past few days int
specting railroad operations in the Zone.
Positions to be consolidated, in accordance with a
Congressional directive, ore those of superintendent of
the Railroad Division, master of transportation, and road-
Smith is expected to return to
the Isthmus about June 15 to as
sume his new duties.
Canal authorities said ne wui
be responsible for implementing
the recommendations made sev several
eral several months ao by a congres
sional committee after hearings
were held here, and a survey was
made bv John T. Rldgely, who
later died in Gorgas hospital.
The consolidation of two of
the three Jobs to be eliminated
tr.it. of 4he present .rai.ii.sd s.
perintendent, Edward N. Btokes,
and master or transportauon,, j,
W. CfConnell will become effec effective
tive effective -upon the retirement of these
two men, slated for the near future.'.--
James A. Dorsey, Roadmaster,
will be transferred to another
position in the railroad organi organization.
zation. organization. Smith, the new railroad man manager
ager manager was assistant superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of transportation for the
Northwestern Region of the
Pennsylvania Railroad prior to
accepting the Canal position.
'A native of Petersburg, Va.,
Smith is a graduate in Civil En Engineering
gineering Engineering from Virginia" poly poly-tech
tech poly-tech Institute. He has been with
old Aiken, whom she called
"Junior." She said he started
speaklnsr to her while she was
si tuna in tne oieacners oi ine
pool, and then offered xier a ride
back to Panama City, where she
resides with her mother,
Instead of aolng home, she
said. Aiken drove the car to an
abandoned gun position aoout
live minutes away from tne Mi Mi-raflorea
raflorea Mi-raflorea bridge, known as Empire
Range. She admitted having sex
ual intercourse with him ana
spending the night there.'
The ease first was brought
to the attention of police by a
report by the mother that her
daughter was missing.. Tester Tester-day
day Tester-day the mother, took the
stand to confirm her daagh daagh-tor's
tor's daagh-tor's age. The girl is reported
to have aa American father.
The girl said the first Incident
took place Monday night, June
20. ana that on Tuesoay mgni
she went to the same location
with Aiken and his buddy, 19-
year-old Robert M. Bridges.
Both men are attached to the
20th Infantry at Fort Kobbe.
She admitted that she naa
been intimate with Bridges also.
She said the trio spent the night
at the range and returned come
Statement made by each of the
defendants were Introduced tn
court aa evidence, but were not
read openly. Neither of the two
soldiers took the stand, or ques questioned
tioned questioned any of the witnesses ap
pearing la court yeeteraay.
They told the Judge they had
bo witnesses to can. Both men
are In Jail la default of posting
tho balk .
rORT WORTH. Tex. (CP)
Boatmen rowing down a flood fa
street in Fort Worth Monday
spotted a sign that said they,
were narigaung River soao.
the Pennsylvania Railroad slncl
his graduation from college in
... ; "" r ... ... t'-
His wife and their son ant
daughter will follow within', sev several
eral several weeks, after Smith return
!'tt'"iVy ft -t
ft .. : '
WASHINGTON. May. TUP)
-Secretary of Treasury Georgi
M. Humphrey resigned today.
President Eisenhower nominat
ed Robert B. Anderson, formei
Secretary of Navy, as bla iuo
cessor. v VA'v-o
Humnhrv's reslenation win be
come effective at a date no latei
than the close of the curreni
Congressional session .. r-'..
Anderson's nomination wai
sent to the Senate at noon tor:
day for confirmation. ; 3 J
The White House also dlsclo
ed that Randolph Burgess, now
undersecretary of treasur)
would leave his present post ti
accent another novernment -apt
pointment. The White Hou$fc dej
clined to say what the newBurj
Humphrey's departure front
the government has been x
pected for some time.
He informed .. the .' jpresfdaal
that he had to give up oyrn
ment service aa a mattes., of
absolute necessity" because 01
the illness and recent rttlre rttlre-ment
ment rttlre-ment from business of ont of nil
iormer partners n ... ;.
The President-had knowwfot
two years that Humphrey .plan .planned
ned .planned to step out of the cabined
But the actual decision hadrbeed
postponed repeatedly. w;
, mm 4.
'To Honor Dead, E!
Respect Living; -rs :
Drivers Are Told H
CHICAGO, (UP) Death on
the highway awaits 120 persons
during the 30-hour Memorial
Day holiday, according to a
forecast today by the National
Council president Ned H- Dear Dear-bora
bora Dear-bora said the1 anticipated toll
would be 45 higher than the av average
erage average of 75 traffic fatalities for
a non-holiday Thursday in May.
The holiday period la figured
from 6 p.m. today to nuamgut
Dearborn urged holiday driv drivers
ers drivers to "honor the dead by ttt
specting the Hying."
JUC IVIUItlil WI'WJ.
Inadvertent Clue 1
On Cost Of Arms ;
WASHINGTON, May 29 (LTV-
Republican Leader Joseph w.
Ma run, jr., Mass., wno
times gets ais ton rue twitiet.
csva the House today a poss es
clue oa why modern weopoca te
Reading from handwritten f
per. he inferred to them as S-
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 195?
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WASHINGTON (NEA) Central
Intelligence Agency is 10 years
old this fall. The past year has
been the busiest of its short ca
reer, due to the crises In Poland,
Hungary and the Middle East.
borne' harsh things have been
said about CIA in this period.
There have been congressional cri criticisms
ticisms criticisms on estimates of Soviet
bomber strength. President Eisen
hower, Secretary of State John
f oster Dimes and their top aides
have been reported without ad
vance reports on the British.
French and Israeli plan to attack
VIA Director Allen w. Dulles
is in the position of not being a-
ble to answer attacks on intelli
But the observation can be made
that even when intelligence esti estimates
mates estimates are available, the informa information
tion information in tnim may uov ue psa on
or impressed on officials most vi
THIS HAS BEEN the great fail
ing ox u.a. intelligence wont ail
along. Accurate intelligence esti estimates
mates estimates were made before the Japs
struck feari Harbor. The informs
tion just wasnt properly evaluat
ed and passed on to the right peo
Similarly, u.s. intelligence fell
down wnea the Chinese Commu
nists struck south across the Yalu
ttiver in USA), lien. Walter Bedell
Smith, who took over as fourth
head of CIA in October of tha
year, ordered a complete over-
uaui of tne agency.
He was tough and ruthless a
bout it. He cleaned out many of
the extra hands hired in a hurry
at tne start oi the war. The rich
boys and girls who played at Intel
ligence tne Georgetown cocktail
set were let go. Tighter security
Then General Smith asked Allen
Dunes, who had headed a three'
nization of CIA, to come in for
man commission to study reorga
few weeks and put bis recommen
dauons into effect.
DULLES HAS BEEN at CIA ev
er since. He became General
Smith's deputy, then his succesor
In the past four years. CIA has
changed quite a lot. Its budget,
the number oi its employes and
their operations still remain se
cm it nss ouut up a career
service of intelligence experts
someunng tne united states has
never had before. Today CIA has
literally Hundreds of inteUisenca
ffice ie cover the ivastj: oviet
on ib toe cold war.
vouege graauaung classes are
now systematically combed each
June tor honor students in lan
guages. economics and science.
uut of every 1,000 applicants for
career jobs, only 80 pass the se
vere tests and training require
The pay is 13.000 for befinners
up to i4.uuv tor 35 top analysts
Director Dulles gets $21,000. It
isn't the pay that holds the "best
educated working force in Wash
IT'S THE INTEREST In tha
work. Dulles sets the naea hv
ucaiiy uvmg ni iob. seven days
and nights a week. He wouldn't
ao anything else If he could.
He has worked out a tooA r.la
tionship with Congress. The drive
ior a congressional watchdog com
mittee for CIA was killed 1 a a t
year. Dulles now clears his budg
et who me seven aenior mmiwr
of congressional aDDronriationa
committees, un top secret items,
the congressmen say, "Don't tell
CIA after a atruffela rnt tA tnn.
lion dollars for its new headquar-
wra in ingiey, Va., a few miles
p the Potomac from Wsshigtoo.
This will replace the 88 buildings
CIA now occupies 11 of them
World War I and H temporaries.
So gradually, CIA is becoming
an established service. Its mem members
bers members now say that it is better than
British intelligence, which used to
be considered tops. CIA is also
said to be as good as the R u s s-sians.
sians. s-sians. I
DATES BING Hollywood Is!
talking about tbo 4ataa Btagi
Crosby bad with Pet Sbeehaa, Sbeehaa,-abova,
abova, Sbeehaa,-abova, during bis recent visit :
Las Vegas, "laseperable is tb
"word lioUywoodens use for the
'craoocr and tbosTropicaoa.
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THE BROADWAY LIGHTS
First Nights: "New Girl In
Town" and a reprise of "The Pa-
ema Game" were the week's on on-entries
entries on-entries the finals for the sea
son. .The critics fell madly in
love with the talented people in
both shows. ."New Giri." a mu
sical transplant of E n g e n e O'
Neill's "Anna Christie' attracted
robust handclapping at the pre premiere
miere premiere a good deal of the time.
For the specialists, not George Ab
bott's version of Mr. 0'Neil"i ve
ry sad saga, which dragged when
Gwen Verdon wasn't doing the en
tertaining along with Thelma Rit-
ter and some of the other caps-
cspables. .But the Bob Merrill
score has some agreeable songs.
especially "Look at 'Er-" end the
Robert Fosse choreography is vi
rile and good-looking w "Pajama
Game" at City Center delighted
the official appraisers, They ; gave
breezier notices to the revival
than they gave the newcomer. The
latter, however, has a hefty ad advance
vance advance sale. Meaning it will- be a-
round when the new season ar arrives.
rives. arrives. ."Long Day's Journey"
has distributed over $100,000 in
Srofits to investors since the Pu Pu-tzer
tzer Pu-tzer Prize play opened Nov. 5.
Biggest financial bit ever for Eu
In The Vlrvgi The Lindy's
Round Table bunch sided with the
critics who were disappointed with
TVs version of The George M. Co-
ban Story. They enjoyed the play
ers but not the show. ."So
what?" sighed an ex comedian.
who has the scars to prove it,
It s too late for television to ruin
him." . .Simile by Alice Simms
As affected as a bit-player with
her first walk-on."
The Cinamaaiciant: Lauren Ba-
call and Gregory Peck glitter in
'Designing Woman," a jollypaloo-
za bright as Stardust Gay as
laughter. ."The Burglar" co-stars
Jayne Mansfield. ."This Coeld
Be The Night" has a Runyon-like
whimsy. The majority of review reviewers
ers reviewers found it an enjoyable show. .
The Garment Jungle" has realis
tic impact and a topical wallop.
."Untamed Youth," a rockn-
riot absurdity, is too noisy for
dozing. ."The Oklshonan" offers
better -th in-a vera ca frontier fa
ble. Joel McCrea is the granite-
tough hero, who turns to molass molasses
es molasses when Barbara Hale is around.
.Spencer Tracy and Katharine
Hepburn are givinf acting lessons
again tn The Desk Set.'1 and a-
muiiof romp. ."Kronos. a sci
ence-fiction film, takes you to an
other planet called Duuo.
Virtually ci Stockade
The Airistocratst The pith and
punch of a fine drama was
beautifully conveyed by ;' Kim
Stanley In "The Glass Wil I."
Miss Stanley makes an art of
underplaying. .Ed Wynn, on
of our now dramatic stars, turn turned
ed turned In another 'wynning perform performance
ance performance in "The Groat American
Hoax". .The mother of Betto
Davis was a witty, delightful
subject tor "Thie Is Your Lite."
Helped explain where the- star
gets all that sparkle. ,"M a s s-quorada
quorada s-quorada Party" is one of TV's
more amusing toys. .'."Father
Knows Bast" managos to' be
homespun without being hokey.
Thanks te sveh capablos as Rob Robert
ert Robert Young and Jane. Wyatt.
What's wrong with TV? Well,'
Gleason and Csesar mutt depart
whit ami aiiiih aurvlv.
EMiko Wallace and Jim Bishop
made a good pair. The" ejuoriae
were potent and the retort
made sense. .jan wanes, book
ed to sing en the Stove Allen
show heps back to Mexico te
fight e bull. Jan't a girl.
Stairway to the Stars: 20th Cen
tury-Fox execs report that Pat
Boone, whose first film is "Berna
dine," accomplished what stars
rarely achieve: Did every scene
in one take... Valerie Allen, who
plays Sinatra s sweetheart in "Jok
er Is Wild," is the daughter of for former
mer former Ziegfeld girl Valerie Raemier.
Paramount has buildup plans for
her. .Tony Bennett's Town and
Country Club booking makrs his
10th' Ann'y in show biz. One of
the deserving stars. . Diahann
Carroll's show-stopping at Blue
Angle makes this very early boos
ter very happy. .Sammy Davis,
Jr., started his csreer at the age
of 2Vt. His Dad and Uncle present presented
ed presented him as a midget to get around
child labor statutes. .Jerry Lew
is' latest Decca disc is With
These Hands." Another good song
by experts Abner Silver and Ben Benny
ny Benny DavU. .Eddie Miller's "Tal
ent Scout Musical" is at Stein-J
way Concert Hall on W. 57th. .
Movie mags sob that Carrol Bak
er endured poverty before her re
cent rocket to the stars. .Huh?
.Her first husband wss rich.
The Story-Tollers: The top theme
in U.S. News-World Report is the
inflation squeeze. In 1957, ssys the
magazine, we are spending at
times the rate of 1M7 and getting
less than twice as much in re
turn. Inflation always starts out
rooking like Easy Street and winds
up as The Road To Jluin. . But
L 3w J
the news to burn you up snd knock
you cold is in the April 25 circular
mailed by the Dept. of ( Agricul
ture. The title; "The Gold and
Dollar Position of Foreign Buyers"
, . It discloses that foreign gov governments
ernments governments have banked their wealth
in U.S. banks. And accumulation
of get this I) 29 Billion 300 Mil
lion dollars. .And we still give
them foreign aid. .Reader's Di Digest
gest Digest has James Michener's memor memorable
able memorable rtport on the terror and cour courage
age courage of the Hungarian revolt. Tra Tragically,
gically, Tragically, people seem to be forget-;
ting what history will always re remember.
member. remember. Redbook adds to Yul
Brynner's Publicity with a niece
which reports his love for priva
cy. : . ,.
: Tht Press. Bext History itself
Js not above trual lakaa.f Ein.
I hewer, who did se much for the
national security is, now forced
to plead for defense! money. t
Defame economy Is always took
ish. .The biggest bargain Is
buying 'a gun you may never
havo te shoot. . Alger His'
now book (in his own defense)
alibis that he never passed se secret
cret secret papers te Rods. Ho admit admitted
ted admitted some government peoplo did.
We do not recall that Hiss ever
revealed their names, V -The A A-merican
merican A-merican Taxpayer is a remark remarkable
able remarkable tallow. Since World War
Two his dollar havo aided ev every
ery every nation in tho world includ including
ing including China and Russia. . .Else
Maxwell, mother of a ge-sklp
column, told Rom reporters she
"hates gossip". .Time's Peoplo
department quotes some of her
meows about former friend.
The Intelligentsia: Georce
Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess"
(which Goldwyn bought for $650. $650.-000)
000) $650.-000) had an ironic inaugural." The
show destined to become a lassic
was received with so-so reveiws.
Charles Addams' new book of
collected cartoons will be named
Night Crawlers." Due in the
Fall. .Barbara Barb,. his lawyer lawyer-wife
wife lawyer-wife (for a brief time), is keeping
her N.Y. law offices open. She
dwells in London with her hus husband,
band, husband, Lord Colyton.. .Jack' Ben Benny
ny Benny wants to play the Edw. G. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson role in "Middle of the Night"
in summer stock. His leading la lady
dy lady would be June Lockhart... .
Dennis King is being p a g e d to
take over Walter Pidseon'e star
'role in "The Happiest Millionaire''
wnen ne noudays. .Lord Burgess,
composer of "Jamaica Farewell,"
is akchelly first-named Irvia. .
Renata Tebaldi, the Met stsr, is
se dedicated to her art he shuns
beaus. "Men are distracting,'' she
says. "I love passionately on the!
stage, but at home I study to!
build up my repertoire. (Uh-huh)
. .On bis Wednesday eve pro-1
I gram Prof. Cugat ssid: "We will
now plsy 'Mslaguana' which is
I The Breeze .and I to you". ."An-
daracia." my dear professor, if
("The Breeze and I". .Author
i Somerset Maugham's secret for
remaining young at 83: "I bave
I never tired out my heart with
jlove affairs and I never put wa
ter la my whisky.
Cswtvm avfMws. eaauata
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i WASHINGTON Most signifi
cant fact about the President s bat
tie of the budget is that he' is be
ing defeated by the two groups he
Last year when he was ponder
ing whether a heart attack and an
metis operation should bar him
irom running two groups were
loudest in demands that he make
the sacrifice. They were
l. uiq Guard Republicans who
knew they couldn't win without
t.. Dusiness. which has re
ceived more tax concessions, more
heiplul ruling from regulatory
commissions than in any time in
Today, however, if s tho U.S.
Chamber of Commerce and the
National Asociation of M a n u u-facturors
facturors u-facturors which have kept up a
steady drumfire against the
budget. They began their cam campaign
paign campaign early. Not satisfied with'
record prorits, they decided that
a further tax eut was more im im-portent
portent im-portent than schools for their
children or the defense of the
nation; Bitterly disappointed at
tne Eisenhower ; buogot,' they
launched an economy drive the
like of which the country hasn't
soon since the 1930's.
The disgruntled Old Guard latch latched
ed latched on to this, big business support.
Ike could have stopped the econo
my lanaside by throwing the.full
wciSm i, nis popularity into the
oreacn when it first started. ; Rut
he hung back, didn't want to '"tan-
gie witn congress, ignored the ad
vice oi tne paiace guard that he
must have a showdown.
Meanwhile the Old Guard' un
urged Ike not to tangle with Con-
grhs. j.ne Kepublicau leaders who
come to see the President one a
week are Old Guarders: Senators
Anowianq f fjallfornia, Bridges
of New Hampshire, with Joe Msr Msr-tin
tin Msr-tin of Massachusetts. rharUw h.i.
leck of Indiana is a middle-of-the-roader.
The advice they gave him
against a vigorous showdown was
to their advantage. He took the
: ; THE OLD GUARD
. r NOW CONTROLS J a
Today, as pne result of taking
wieir aavice complete control of
tne nepunucan party has gon' e
back to the old guard. Control of
mo .r any was something they had
had for yearsr and they wanted it
uacs: again, iney lost it in 1956.
In 1952 thev didn't lnxe It Tn ,h.t
election, Modern Republicans had
to organize Citizens for .Eisenhow
er in order to circumvent the OW
v .-. i -i I ';4 ,''
i-xMtkt !, )MooVn'-RpubJi.;
cans .assumed control and en
the nlphf ho Iwori, Nov. the re re-ejected
ejected re-ejected President proudly an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced his intention te remake"
the Republican party in his own
Today, six months after that
tounamg victory, the Old Guard is
back in the saddle. Here is what
is happening; i ;-t
1. Ex-Speaker Joe Martin haa
privately predicted "there won't
be any Modern Republicans run running
ning running the 1958 election. Thev wnn't
Ibe able to wixi in the primaries."
2. Sen. Everett Dirksen af mi.
nois, an Old Guarder, has quietly
pledged enough senatorial votes
to make himself the Senate- GOP
leader when Bill Knowland goes
back to California. This is r what
Lyndon Johnson did among the
Democrats in 1952. The Democrats
didn't Particularly want Jnhnann
just as many Republicans don't
want Dirksen. However, when out
on the spot sintrly, and asked for
a vote, it's difficult to turn a fellow-Senator
down. Dirken is the
man who launched the Hate Dew
ey speech at Chicago Convention
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: 3. Bill Knowland, who was n't
given a chance to win the G O P
nomination in 1960, now is given
a real chance. Vice President Nix Nixon,
on, Nixon, a converted Modern Republi.
can; was considered a sure bet.
Now it's about 50-50 between Old
Guard Knowland and New Guard
Nixoil. .., t j
This is how radically politira
has switched as a result of the
battle of the budget. i. t, .,
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
A-bombs for Korea Venerable
President Syngman Rh'ee has kick
ed up. a terrific backstage battle
in Washington. He's finally con convinced
vinced convinced the United States to forget
about the armistice and send new
planes and weapons into S o u t b.
Korea, s., .on top -of that he's ar.
guing that his 20 South Koresn
Divisions should be given tactical
atomic weapons and guided mis missiles
siles missiles similar to those beina sent
to the two American divisions in
Korea. .The Pentagon ; is i flatlv
opposed.: It fears the Iinnrer1irt.
ble Rhee might -order bis army to
smash into North Korea' as soon'
as it gets atomic bombs.
Arab Monarcha Huddla rwvi
sion in the Arah urm-u u f,n..,in
fi F1"1 Uraq expressed the
King. Saud Saudi Ara
bia, during their huddle in Bagh Bagh-dad,
dad, Bagh-dad, that Egyptian Dictator Nas Nasser
ser Nasser must be clocked from taking
over the Whole Arab world.'Faisal
If convinced Nasser has become
so dependent on Russia that he is
little more than a Red puppet.
King Saud is determined, 'howev 'however,
er, 'however, to avoid an open break" with
Nasser. He kept reminding his fel fellow
low fellow monarch that the Arab world's
numberl-one enemy is still Israel,
I v; ......
Ike Frowns en Port
toW congresiopal leaders private privately
ly privately that if they reallv beii u 1.
conomy. they will let' him veto pet
projects in their home states. Ho'
wants the right to kill items in
the appropriations Mil n..-
.. ymi wuuia give ike
the power to turn down local pork
fiujects mat now pad the
goyernmeot's spending program program-but
but program-but which also get- congressmen
WTelected.' Speaker Sam Rayburn
replied bluntly, that congress has
no intention of abdicating its fis-.
cal power, -" v;
Trouble In Russla-U.S.'d 1 p 1 o o-mats
mats o-mats report there's confusion a a-mong
mong a-mong Soviet bureaucrats ever the
dra8tici teorganizatioH of Russian
industrial planning and manage management.
ment. management. Up to 100,000 Soviet officials -ere
going to be moved ,t the hin
terlands in a desperate efr t to
"et;mofe ,e,Xfipiency. Soviet bureau
crats Ire.tipenly grumbUng. The
confusion is sure tn hurt in...
trial poduction for men th to
come. Party .Chief Khrushrhav
however, la cracking the whin nA
pressing ahead. Hii ttrestin i.
stake. His head would roll if the
plan flops. -:-"; w v-..-..:
Sour Taste in China Msa Tr.
tung, the boss of -Communist Chi-'
ua, naa maae two secret speech
es denouncing bureaucratic bung bungling
ling bungling inside Red China, Alarmed at at-the
the at-the mounting criticism of commu-'
nism uroughout China, Mao with
usual communist logic, blames th
unrest not on the defects oi Com
munism but on subordinates who :
aren't doing their jobs.
Air Traffic Jams Commrit
airlines bave reported so m a
near collisions with military planes
that CAA Administrator Jack Pla
has called on the Air Force to de
someunng aoout It. Pyle wanU ci-J
vilian jurisdiction over all air tr.f. :
fic includlnk the milit.rv
the Air Force claims it must hsve -complete
freedom of nevigsUon -to i'
guard the country aeainst ah at-
tack. Over 500 near, colUsiona
were reported last year and hnn.
dreds more went unreported, i
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DURING HIS RECENT VISIT ta Havana, Panama engineer Tomas Guardia, Jr. (left, was -decorated
Ssritn the "Orden de Merfto Vial,'.' Cuba's medal, for outstanding contributions to the
field of highway and road construction. Guardia was honored for his work-as director of the
Darleo Subcommittee which Is studying the route for the American HWW-teW
Panama and. Colombia. Others receiving the decoration during the "Roads week celebration
are (left ,t right) -Charles Blckford, president of the Guatemala Road -Federation, Frank
MacGutaess of the 1 Jnternatloxial Road Federation; and Rep-. Robert H. Fallon of Maryland.
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tion's atomic chief proposes an
lniernanonaL Knowieace-ror- neace
man's scientific' genius to work
n him bboA vathsr than hia Art.
truetion. -,--w---. 4
jb what could trovt to be a
historic -announcement, Chairman
Lewis Lk Strauss of the Atomic
Energy Commission revealed his
ambitious idea Sunday night on
television program -and -elaborated
in an: Interview, with -the United
- Disclosing It' was lie who sug suggested
gested suggested the famous 1953 atoms-for-
peaee conference' in Geneva.
Switxerland, to President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower he said he Jias been dis dis-cussing
cussing dis-cussing his new idea with Eisen
hower tor r several montns and
hopes Ve fmay- be able .to make
What he would do now Is gath
er, together the 1 world's leading
economists. Bhilosopbers. histor
ians and other great minds in the
so called '''humanistic' fields te
try to find ways to avert not only
atomic war but medical, biologic.
al and : other threats to human
He said! the object is to see if
something tan be done that has
sever; been; attempted. to find
World Sugar Oiifpuf
Tens Fcr Crop Year
WASHTNGTON.- May (UPV-
Tbe Department of Agriculture re
leased today a report estimating
the- world centrifugal sugar pro production
duction production at 43,229,000 shorts tons
for a crop year bexmning ia mid-
US. j- .
The estimate, -compiled ly the
Foreign Agricultural Serrice, ex ex-CMds
CMds ex-CMds an earlier one published ia
November 195C by 772,000 short
The department said the ia
crease In primarily tbe result of
the eLmiiiauoa of productioa cea cea-trois
trois cea-trois ia Cuba and the piocesicg
at a substaotialiy larger c r e p
950,000 tons more than tbe Novem November
ber November estimate. j j
Substantial increases were eloo
Trparttd for tbe Domiakaa Re
puhlje (240.000 tons), Mrnco (1, (1,-W
W (1,-W tons) and the, t'i -1U (100, (100,-000
000 (100,-000 tons).
whether something abort of
world religious revival can help
man control and use bis invent inventiveness
iveness inventiveness for his own good.
' From such 'a meeting,' which
presumably would include Soviet
thinkers if it followed the .blue
print of the atoms-for-peace con
ference. Strauss said he believes
a plan might emerge that wouM
keep man's moral standards
abreast or ahead of bis discover
ies in the physical universe.
He told the United Press he
hopes to get-to work .on his plan
in earnest this summer, but
doubts he ean do much before
Asked about Eisenhower's reae
tlon to the proposal, Strauss said
the President has made no state statement
ment statement about it and "1 cant quote
him." However hei said he has
"takea up the idea with the Pres President
ident President and I am, hopeful that we
may be able .to make some pro
He unvellved his proposal on the
NBC television program "Meet
the Press"1 when asked whether
mankind is now approaching a
State .where," even without a nu nuclear,
clear, nuclear, war, "we are making life
impossible for ourselves."
'There is some thine I think eaa
be done," Strauss replied earnest
ry." -it isni only atomic energy
and the development of science
in that area that poses a threat.
WC have urmedicine and biology,
and many otner things, equally
serious tn rests to tne welfare,
even the life of the human race.
It seems to me that just as the
great conference ia Geneva, in
the -summer of 53. on the peace
ful uses of atomic energy was so
successful, that we should now
call a conference la the human
ities... .V. K-
Dio's 'Add' Trial
Hails As Witnesses
Fear To Testify ;
NEW YORK; May. 29 (XJP) The
trial of John (Johnny Dio) iD i o o-ffimrdi.
ffimrdi. o-ffimrdi. charced with master-mind
ing the acid-blinding of labor col
umnist Victor juesei, was aojuuru aojuuru-ed
ed aojuuru-ed indefinitely today" because the
day: witnesses against him refuse
to testify. :
' U.S. Attorney Paul W.Wmiams
moved for the adjournment, say saying
ing saying the government ;is "power "powerless"
less" "powerless" to prosecute Gioguardi and
three co-defendants at this time in
face of the "chaUengV of the i i-lent
lent i-lent witneses.:- ;';v" r.O"
Williams asked for an adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment rather than a dismissal, to
permit a grand jury to investigate
how, -when and by whom the, two
key witnesses, both serving fed federal'
eral' federal' prison terms, were intimidat
balk of witnesses Golfolfo
Miranti and, Domenico Bando, al already
ready already convicted of conspiracy in
the acid attack, was disclosed by
Williams last Monday, f v
Both men' were subsequently re re-questioned
questioned re-questioned by tbe grand jury, and
sentenced to additional terms -. of
five years in prison for contempt
in refusing to answer its q u e s-
tions. v '
Trl:l 01 Sa!p:.s
In Church Bombings
Opens, n Alabama
I!:li:n:l Debts llil
Record 634 Billion
Af Year's Sfati :
.it '-'! '.Vi!
WASHINGTON. May 29 (UP)
The nation's net public and : pri private
vate private debt rose 28 billions dollars
last year and stood at the end -Of
1956, the Commerce Department
reported today. 4
, Despite the new high, the' de de-nartment
nartment de-nartment said, the 4.5 ner : cent
increase last 1 year was considers
bly below .the record 1 peacetime
advance of $49,500,000,000 in, 1955.
It was somewhat lower than i the
average increases in !950-53.
The department's 'Office of Busi
ness Economics said the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding change last year was a six
bjllion dollar 'reduction in federal
indebtness to the public-The first
substantial reduction since 1948.'V
' "This liquidation released funds
which could be utilized to facili
tate last, year's large expansion
in private investment," the bureau
said in its monthly "survev of cur
rent business." t
The report showed that the net
increase in the debt of borrowers
other than the federal government
amounted to 34 billion dollars last
year, 'lhis included debt increases
of 317,500,000,000 by individuals,
more than 12 billion dollars by
corporations, : and $4,500,000,0 by
state and' local governments.
- Net new borrowings bv indivl.
duals last year were seven mil
lion dollars less than the record
rise in 1955. The bureau attributed
this chiefly to a reduction in au-
Putting Record Among Top 10
, "1 I', ,' ,i ' ' J
Is Tough Job Artie Wayne
MONTGOMERY. Ala.. May 29 m.
(UP), Trial of two whita men
charged with bombing Negro
churches in the violent wake of
court-ordered bus integration here
opened, today with the. state ask
ing 42 prospective, jurors whether
mey were members of the .Ku
Klux Klan., ,., w-.-.
Police have accused the Klan of
taking part in the dynamite stud
ded protest to the U. & Supreme
Mun .decision; , ,v4
Judge Eugene Carter asked each
prospective juror whether he was
a member of the KKK or had con contributed
tributed contributed to one of the three de defense
fense defense fund" drives to help the de-
xenaanis oerray legal costs.--..
The money raisin drive ba.
gaa with formation of the Alaba
ma segregation- Fund, an organi
zation which conducted a door-to-door
canvass through Central Ala Ala-bama
bama Ala-bama seeking aid to assist the ac
cused racial terrorists, t
The other- defense funds, head headed
ed headed by segregation leaden
goal of $60,000 to pay expenses of
mo riai. xnenas of tbe accused
reportedly have collected at least
half the expected amount. H
Soon To Be Issued ;
Washington; May 39 (upl.
The Treasury -Deoartment.
nounced today that it will isue a
series "E savings bond in punch punch-card
card punch-card form beginning next Oct. j.
The Treasury said the change changeover
over changeover from' the present paper type
bonds will save $500,000 a rear in
printing- costs, bv oermittins' thm
use of electronic processing (ma-
Tbe aew punch -carl bonds win
be put in use the Treasury aakL
when present stocks of the paper
type E bond forma are depleted.
probably about the end of Septem-
'Teachers of Year
Will Call Tomorrow
Al While House
NEW YORK,: May 89 (UPJ--X
woman who teaches school in a
once condemned church in Inri.
pendence. Mo., and a man who
became a speech teacher to oveif
come his own shyness today were
named "Teachers of the Year"-by
McCall's magazine, s,
Guy BizzelL speech and EnplUh
techer at A. N. McCallum ; Hitfh
School, Austin, Tex., and Mrs. Ma
ry Field Schwars, third -; grade
teacher, were selected in the sixth
annual teaching contest sponsored
by McCall's and the U. S. Office
of Education. H-iv -, ,.: ,.'
The two teachers will be' pre presented
sented presented to President Eisenhower
the White House tomorrow,
wrs. aenwarz a member, of the
staff of the Bristol Sehnnl in in
dependence, is a housewife .and
mother of a 13-year old son. She
was praised for, making her-class-
room attractive and conducting a
wcuwKsuutwq program. 'fi i tt, i
BizzeJl was desoribed as iis.wone
of those rare persona whn nn.
sesses .yie gift for, making Jltera
ima, ana exciting exptr
high school students to hurry -to a
Class in, Shakespeare. a thev
won't mill "anything, as Blzzeil
ean do. you have achieved the
. Also named to McCall's 1957
honor roll of teachers was Miss
Martha G. Phiefer. Llbertv-Gulnn
Elemeptary School, Atlanta.
By VERNQN SCOTT"
HOLLYWOOD, May 29 (UP) -r
Trickiest dodee in show biz to
day is the recording field wnere
pushing a record Into the top ten
is an tough as tne IB-loot poie
Sincer Artie Wayne says wax
ing a disc is just the beginning
of a devious journey to oblivion.
or- a tflousand-to-one-shot for
tune, f : f ,i
. -'2 V1V..I k'
"Few people realize that 270
albums have been made so far
this year," he confided, ''and
more, than 1800 single records.
Out of all those platters may maybe
be maybe 20 or so will be hits, i
"With competition like that
you have cot to use every feim
mica m tne dook to maKe your
own records stand out. -,
"A vocalist has to play the disc
jockey circuit, visiting every Dig
city in tne country to plug his
songs, it helps If, you can -get
some t: controversy stirrea up a
bout a number, too." -,-
According to Wayne, who has
recorded about 100 songs. 20 Der
cent of the long-playing albums
are oougnt on tne basis or tne
album cover, i N
"It's like paper-bound hov hovels,"
els," hovels," Artie grinned. "They put
a sexy-looking dame on the
cover and it sells like French
postcards. "Half the time the
story has nothing to do with
the picture on the front of the
book." - --,--
: Artie, taking a note from pa paperback
perback paperback publishers,- has plaster plastered
ed plastered a racy photograph of voluptu voluptuous
ous voluptuous Anita Ekberg on his first al album,
bum, album, titled ''You're My Thrill."
'Ekberg has absolutely nothing
to do with the project she's not
even heard on the record.
But a subtitle reads: "Sung for
Anita Ekberg by Artie Wayne'
Thus, Artie may he setting a
trend. It is possible to conceive
of an album appearing with pos
es of Marilyn --Monroe, Jayne
Mansfield and Marie Van Doren
titled "Songs for three blondes
by Joe Bolenbecker.''
Once the customer gets home
from the music store he can
frame the album jacket and
throw Bolenbecker and his mu
sical saw in the trash can.
"There are at least a couple
of hundred record companies
in business today, whereas five
or ten years ago there- were
less than a dozen," wayne
went on. v ; j. ..
"By the end of the 'year the
jocks will have received -more
than a thousand albums and
millions of single records. It's a
multi-million-dollar business and
growing all the time. ;V f
'"If pictures of, sexy glrls 'help
sell other products, there's n0
reason why they can't be used to
. ' and t
STOCKHOLDERS OF CERVECERIA
'' ilACIOIIAL, S. A.
(NATIONAL BREWERY. INC.)
Tnit.la to remiritl you that, as per written notice
already mailed to you, the Extraordinary General
Assembly 6t. Stockholders called by the Board of
Director! for the purpose of amending the By-Laws
of the Company and adopting other necessary and
convenient measures, I will be held In our New Plant,
Translsthmlan- Highway, on Wadnesday May 29th.
:1?57 at 7 p.m.
.f Due to the Importance of the matters to be -disr:
iioussed atr.tbts i meeting, -yourK punctual mttendanp W"
. requested. 4 it tmanie to attend, we would appreciate
- your tending us your Proxy a soon t poslsble, be
i.. fore the date of the meetingl
' :for a perfect
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Panama Tours will make
all the arrangements
for you., .before you leave
Steamship rail or
Sight Seeing tours
. All the Faculties of
Travel Service -EVERYWHERE
' Service 1 w.
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Open all day Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only from 7 to 9 p.m. also.
Standard Jm o Jhhimph
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r il a
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The large and eomfortable
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Reasonably priced. Up
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
" WEDNESDAY, MAY' 29, 1957
Jt mill L McmJ h Upl
MISS ANNA LUISA JOHNSON of Los Rlos has become engaged
to Mr. Wilbur R. Stone Jr. of Waterbury, Conn. Miss Johnson
is the daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Samuel E. Johnson.
FUND-RAISING DANCE FOR FOURTH OF JULY
WILL TAKE PLACE AT, LEGION CLUB TONIGHT
Sponsoring organisations are anticipating that s !arg
number will turn out lor the fund-raising dance which will
be held at the American Legion Club at Ft. Amador tonight.
Proceeds from the dance will be used to finance Fourth'
of July celebrations for the Pacific Slde.i
The American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Boy
Scouts' Girl Scouts, Boy's Staters, Girl's Staters and Pacific
Councils are some of the interested organizations.
The Ambassador of Panama to
the Nationalist Government of the
Republic of China and .Consul
General of Panama in Hong
Kong, Mr. Angel ;Vega. .Mendea,
left Monday by plane forJHong
TCnni; to assume his official du
Panama Couple ---
Have Miami Visitor
Mr. John Whittier,Greenlcal ot
Miami was a guest of Mr, and
Mrs. C L. Lucas of El Cangrejo
for the first part of this week.
Rock N Roll Bop Dig Jttterburf, with FLIPS tr LIFTS
Foxtrot Walts Turkey Trot CALYPSO Cha Cha Cka Mambe.
Ballroom etiquette. All party tmtt 6r Dance..
"SPECIAL" 24 HOUR LESSONS $10.00
HARNETT & DUNN
family month in
so bring the children to
coo Boquete Valley
We'd love to have you!!
SPECIAL family RATES
Pm 9-0740 2-0741 U
Mrs. Gaorg Edman
Arrives Hart -v-
Mrs. George W. Edman, wife of
George W. Edman,, newly appoint
ed Attache and Public Affairs of officer
ficer officer with the American Embasy
in Panama, arrived last week.
The Edmans are residing tempor temporarily
arily temporarily at Golf Heights. They will
be joined next Aveek by their son,
D. Ross Edman, who is tu tu-dent
dent tu-dent at Harvard .in Cambridge,
Mass. :. -.. i
Sat. June 1st
9 to 1 1 a.m.
Friday, June 7th
9 to 1 1 a.m.
Advanced Courses In
MQ-mJ 10 .m. mft
Capt. and Mrs. Samuel E. John
son of Los Rios announce the en
gagement.of their daughter Miss
Ana Luisa Johnson to Wilbur R
Stone Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur R. Stone of Wateroury,
Miss Johnson, who is the young
est member of the Panama Canal
Chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution is a grad
uate of Balboa Hign bchooi. bhe
also attended Fayeburg Academy,
Maine ana is now attending Bates
umege, kewiston, Maine. :
Mr. btone is graduating from
Bates College. Lewiston. Maine.
this June. He was business manag
er for the college newspaper
me weaamg date wui ne an
To Bid Departing
Friends who would like to bid
good-bye to Mr. and Mrs. George
carter urr are invited to do so
on Friday. Mav 31.. between the
nours 01 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p.m. at
wuarters uwen Strceet.
the Orrs are the house guests
of Capt. and Mrs. Harrv L. Bach.
no invitations nave been issued.
dui an mentis or tne orrs are wet
Mr. Orr, who retired from Pa
nama Canal service recently, and
Mrs. Orr are sailing Saturday via
Panama liner to make their home
in st. Petersburg, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A T.
winkel of Curundu Heights an announce;
nounce; announce; the ensasement nt thpir
daughter, Margaret May to Mr.
James M. Davidson, son of Mr.
and Mrs, M; A. Davidson of the
Dalles,' Oregon, -j v
MiSS Tewtakel : was 'ffrariiiatori
from Balboa High School with the
uiass oi 1955. tifte attended Oregon
State College for one year and
has since been employed by ? the
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph
Company Jn Porjlamh Oregon.1
Mr. Davidson graduated from
Oregon State .College ,with Vthe
Clas of 1950 and is now complet completing
ing completing his Masters Decree in Aerirnl.
tual Engineering. -' ..f
, Mr. Davidson is affiliated with
the Kappa Delta; Rho social Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity at O.S.C. ? -.,
The wedding will take p tit e
June 29 at The Dalles, Oregon.'
O.IUUJVXXNUED OH PAGK fi)
. 4 iiii-
Could Be Secret
Or Seagoing Smog
IJDS'ANGEUEaiay'.a (UP) (UP)-Scientists
Scientists (UP)-Scientists ; were attempting to
learn today what killed thousands
of sea gulls and pelicans whose
bodies have washed up on South Southern
ern Southern California beaches in the last
two weeks..-. '
Offlclals Of the State Fish fend
Game Department said the dead
birds have been found along 10
mlM oi coastline and 10 miles at
sea.'. - -t -
Research teams at BedUnds and
Sacramento, Calif., were examin examining
ing examining contents of the stomachs of the
dead birds to find out what killed
. Officials speculated that what whatever
ever whatever happened to the birds' muxt
have happened at sea because no
sick fowl have been found along
the shore, only dead ones. -.:
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MISS MARGARET MAT TEWINKLE of Curundu Heights whose
engagement to Mr. James M. Davidson of The Dalles, Oregon,
' is announced. The wedding will take place June 29.
Flower-eating Redhead Piper Laurie
Handling Top Dramatic Roles on TV
HOLLYWOOD. (UP) These
daya the trend is for the young,
curvy beauties of the screen to
give ud llDstlCK ana cleavage ior
The world iirst witnessed ine
metamorohosls of Marilyn Mon
roe from nude calendars to the
actors' studio, Arthur Miller and
Sir Laurence Olivier. This
prompted- Shelley Winters, Terry
Moore and other movie queens to
head for Mew York acting cpach
The surprise switch of this sea
son is piper Laurie, formerly a
cute rednead who ate nowers
and played winsome maidens in
Dinging bodices in those swasn-1
buckling Tony Curtis movies.
When piper showed up on tel
eyision in dramatic roles this
past season. Holly woodites
gasped her name a they used
to gasp, JSonny Tufts? j
l Now four TV shows and an
MGM movie later, Miss Laurie
has become a top young actress
sne lust iinisned piaymg a
neutral -lpve-hungry wench in'
Sail." And the girl who used to
gobble gardenias is off to New
York' to null over Broadway of offers.
"The girl who was created be because
cause because of that flower-eating stunt
wa eomebody I never knew.? pi piper
per piper said In attempting to explain
"What I am now la what I hope
I wa all the time underneath."
Seeing Piper Is a surprise for
those who remember the flower-eater.
Sweater girls who
take up serious acting seldom
talk or look the same.
Piper's hair now Is dark brown,
long and pulled off her face In
Eva Marie Saint fashion. During
our interview she wore little
makeup, no jewelry and a simple
brown cardigan sweater. She
"I signed with Universal when
DOROTrl Y CHASE
. Additional Registration for Summer classes
for all ages will be held
I MONDAY and TUESDAY
June 3rd and 4th from 3:15 to 5:30
. Previous students may register by phoning
2-4174 Thursday thru Sunday
thereafter Phone 2-175L
I Pi years
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I 'Him 3 n t ..-J
'mii u '-' '" 1 - i n urn i iiiimiim
I was 17," she said, "I had plan-
ned to go to New York to study
but the contract was very ap appealing.
pealing. appealing. ; S
fl read in the columns one
day I ate flowers. I bad to go
through with that studio pub publicity.
licity. publicity. I was too terrified to say
ijv ; .:-(
T AAl a .viiv-Bmnaffa' Mtsna tier 9t
J. UiU Or UllllVlVf BVVill, s
tnf Ku f.Hu fast, tvia aa tppn-'
pictures with Tony Curtis. I be-
came disillusioned ana disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. :- 'fir
"After a whUe r didn't care. I
didn't work as hard as' I might
have. I was ashamed or what
did. I was lazy and confused."
i Piper's fine p e r f o rmance
brought '-her more ? good TV
scripts on "Front Row Center,"
"Playhouse 90" and "GE 'mea
ter."- -' .y't-'ft.
,l Now.'llke' many "reformed'
glamour girls, Piper has" moved
to New York to study acting, live
and work in TV and on 'the
stage except when a moVie comes
3 Pulitzer Awards
Ga To Columbia U
NEW YORK, May 29 (UP)-
Three Columbia University jour
nausm students today were
named winners of Pulitzer travel
The awards, which provide $1,
500 to each student to finance
travel abroad, went to Ronald
Kriss, of Brooklyn: Helen Jean
Anderson, Raleicrh, N.C: and Her Herbert
bert Herbert Steirr, of Pittsburgh. All will
be- graduated next Tuesdsv from
the Graduate School of Journal
' Miss Joan Deeenaar. an r honor
graduate of Balboa High School,
was awarded thd Elks Scholarship
of $1,500, a 4-year scholarship to a
college in the U.S. Joan will attend
the Woman's College of the Uni
versity oi worth Carolina in
Another Elks Scholarship T e.c 1
pient was Miss June Barlow, who
was awarded tne S5UO scbolorshin
to the Canal Zone Junior Colleee.
iviios egenaar is tne aaugnter
oi mis. Jessie ueeenaar. an em
ploye of the P 1 a n t Accounting
ce, and. Miss Barlow is the daugh
ter ot Mrs." &mma Barlow, an em
ploye of the Personnel Bureau
, Each notice for Indution in this
column should b submitted m
type-written form and mailed eo
the bos number listed daily m 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
fev hand to -the office. Notice ot
meeting cannot b accepted b
Jelephona, j: ,r vi;,l "'
DAR Executive Board
To Met On Freiday
The Executive Board of the Pa
nama Canal Chapter, National So
ciety, iaugniers ot tne American
Revolution, will meet Friday at
4:i3 p.m. m the lattle Gallery
the Tivoli Guest House.'
I The Reliance Camera 1 Club will
meet tonight at 7:30 at Dunn's
Barbershop Panama City.
Large Group Turn
Out FojvFinali ;i
i Anpthe large2 group xl contest
ants appeared on the- Cafe E E-ouire
ouire E-ouire talent quest contest Satur Saturday
day Saturday preparatory to th final that
will be held at the Atlantico Thea
ter on June 8 at Wpja.t .'
Qualifying .this week were
George (Sonnyboy)' Goededared
CAMA..M1 T ITfl...!.
were added to the long list of eKei-
bles who will vie for-a spot on Orcil
lo's Cuatro s Junev17 Show at the
Colon Arena.' The winners In both
the solo and groun categories will
be presented to the general pub
lic on mat annual snow. ..
At the theater on June' 8. there
will $be a movie entitled "NojWay
Out" plus a (30 Wahoo. Gldstono
Goredon and his saxonhonSe an
balypsa sincer Sir Panama, will
also be on the show
Acc$omoaniment' for the contest'
ants will be furnished by Reginald
f Bi Bay) Nicely and hU Esquire
KocKers, comnrisea 01 Nisceiy on
tenor Willie Rilev on trum trumpet.
pet. trumpet. Ovid Laurie on piano. Arthur
(Turner on baM. Teroy Sealey on
drums and Wilfredo Ingram do
ing the vocals..
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o.m.
in the Calvary Baptist' Church
for tne late jonn A. wuuams,
who died In Santo Tomas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital last Saturday., .
. Burial will follow in the Herre Herre-ra
ra Herre-ra Cemetery. ; '
His wife. Mrs. Iris Mulr Wil
liams, amved vy air wis morn morning
ing morning from New York, where she
naa been a resident ior several
months. Mr. Williams was to
have Joined his wife In New
York, but became ill and bad to
be hospitalized. He was recuper recuperating
ating recuperating from his Illness, when he
again collapsed and was taken to
the hospital where he died Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. .;'-
A Jamaican, Mr. Williams op operated
erated operated a tailoring establishment
on Army posts in tne canal zone
ior several years.
: AR meat, ready te eol.lel
ejeje erf eionv fine fiweeeoe)
' foeeU Ye kmw they're good
become teyre etaee by de
kokeft of CampbeA'i Sovpe.
iook for SY7AKSCJ
Cheerfulness Is f.lore
Contagious Than Cc!d
DAY in and day out. vear In and
!year out, if vou are a homemaker
tnere is one thing you owe your
luumy. ii is a cneertui, iight-neart-ed
attitude towaro living
No matter how hard you work,
or how much good you try to do,
or how wiJiin? you are to sacrifice
for your family, you can't make a
nappy home unless you are hap happy
py happy yourself .nd cheerful enough in
jruur manner to mase your content contentment
ment contentment catching.
A dissatisfied woman, a quar
relsome woman, a womsn who
nurses grudges, one who enjoys
talking about sorrow, a female
martyr none of these can make
a nappy nome.
For no matter how much she
does for her family or how often
she. reminds them of what she do do-es.N
es.N do-es.N she creates a eloomv itmi.
phere that makes, her h'o m e a
SUBSTITUTE A SMILE FOR A
SO what if your husband is wor-
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
CLEANING the Kara go is Ted's
Saturday morning chore. 1
One- morning he'd started : to
sweep when his friend Rocky burst
in on him. Breathless, Rocky easp-
ea, "Yuppie my dog s had the
puppies u.. tout" of them ... tome
.. .' :. -,..! -i. ''ftT-.,'...-; I
- Ted drooped his broom. In tbe
nouse his motner, almost as pleas
ed as he wa&. reminded him:
"Don't handle them,, darling --remember
how neW they art' Just
then his father came lift from the
cellar with the lamp he'd been
"Where you- off to?" e asked
his :san.?-. ; "Ti J r I -v;
He didn't respond to Ted's news
as his wue had. lie said, '1 tninK
you d better fmish the garage job
before visiting Kocky's puppies.
TED'S molher said, ;"Oh, Jim,
j. .,1,1 i i i
US S11II Pressing
For Sino-Red Feds 1
On 459 licrc: FOVs
; WASHINGTON, 'Mat', 29 (tJP)-
The government Teportea tauure
IQOiy iO us long eiion 10, gcv uib
Chinese- Communists to account
for 456 f American Korean- war
prisoners and said the men must
be presumed dead." V
r But spokesmen for the Defense
and State Departments assured a
House Foreign Affairs subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee that they wUl continue to press
the Reds for an ) accounting in
hopes that some of the GI's may
still be alive. '-..-" ': ,'".-.'
. Assistant Secretary of state
Walter S. Robertson emphasized
that "there isn't any evidence that
any of them are alive.
' Stephen S. Jackson, deputy as
sistant secretary of defense, a
greed. .While it is possible some of
tne men are alive, he. said, the De Defense
fense Defense Department has no "positive
information or intelligence from a-
ny source that such is the esse.'
. The subcommittee beard U. A-
lexis Johnson, U..S. ambassador
to Czechoslovakia and chief U. S,
negotiator tor the return or ac
counting of the missing men.
When a proud parent or grand
parent brings out baby pictures,
you cant be too enthusiastic In
your compliments. You can get
by with "Mr. that's a nice baby."
But your response will be much
more satisfactory 11 you remanc
mat the baby nas "your-aose- or
"your eyes" or "your mouth."
Or yoa can always aotice a
strong, family resemblance,
n'-' e rraTa smk
(f V rpgsi 1 a
: v ) TOM ;
PAfJAMA AUTO, S. A.
JOSE FCO. DE LA OSSA AYE. 4S
Box 1913, Panama Tils. 3-3C50 3-470
' if,fKi' -i...
a '. ;- 1 rJJ h't .vv n it x,
rying, about expenses; your small'
children are quarrelsome, .your ;
work seems too hard, the respon-..
sibilities are weighing heavily on
your husband's shoulders and yours
too? Substitute a smile for
ried frown, ; put warmth in -your i
voice instead of a sharp note or a
whine, keep your temper when -''
things go wrong and laugh at eve.--.
rything. you can.t fefp;VR.-i
You'll-find that in a matter nf
few days, if you keep it up, prob- ;
lems won't seem so big. The fa mi-
ly will respond better to your wish w
es and necessary demands. Ther'll -be
fewer arguments and mora
good natured banter in your .'
home. Homt'Jfe will get a real lift.-
That is true because a i women
can't make a borne hannv or heln
each member of the family to be
a nappier person until she learns
to be happy, herself, and to spread ,-cheerfulness..
cheerfulness.. ,-cheerfulness.. Cheerfulness ii
to spread. In fact, it's mora catch
uig thaa the, common cold. ,
the child has been .waiting weeks
for these puppies to get born!"
With pleasant but firm finality1
Ted's father said, "Then he can-;
survive waiting another 10 minute t'
and fmish the job be. has start, i
ed;'?,Hs.i: x ??
v As we can see,; Ted's parent!
loved him differently. Where his
mother'f love was unconditional,
regardless of whether he finished
his chore or Jeft it undone to vis- i'
it the ouDDies. hie fethAr'. it.'. 1
demanded respect for his obUga
tion. It balanced his mother'.
ceptance Of his ehildiah imnni.
with the demand that the control
It S a terribly imrtftrl.hf tnva m ;
Ted,, It interprets. the;, world Ao ':'
him. and prepares, him- to live in
it. As his mother's love has
strengthened him to meet the de demands
mands demands of his father's lam in hi 1-
father's love now is what strength- Y
euuiji nun to meet tne world s de- -mands."
' ... .4.,
WITHOUT fatbere' We tome
demands that reveal children's
moral powers to them, home ran :
remain nurseries. That Js why all
the v phlldv guidance profession
have now joined in tbe cry, ,"Re--store
father his place as head of
High time tbo.fTheIr; tec e ft i
theory of total J'neinusKivenMn'
was a feminina-theory. Jt's what
has enabled mothers to queen it
over fathers as the suoremelv im.
portant person to their children.
It's what hat allowed them tq ex-
tend Overindulgence beyond : the
nursery where It belonas and aun.
port childishness' Jn c children, iny
stead of growth. !" '-
The child guidance profession'!
new respect for fathers is its new
respect for discipline'! function in
Jlocks Close Upvard
Affcr Hilling Low
NEW YORK; May (XJP)kt
strong support developed f 0 r
stocks lust before yesterday's lift
ing prices fromthe low reached
in a six-sesion oecune. i-.
Measured by the averages; the ..
sesion went down on -the minus
side with industrials off 1.4 joints
at 497.72, rails up .OS at 145.10, -utilities
off .16 at 74.0 and the v
stock! off at 174.02. :.
These final loses were less
than half tbe declines at the mid-.
season lows when r the industrial 4
average reached, bak'-to, Feb. c -r
Market men said the move was
to be expected after the recent.,
consuaauon. anon covering r ana
evening up before the Memorial
Day holiday which will be as un unofficial
official unofficial long weakened for many is
the streetplayed a part. . ..
. Trading was light throughout
the sesion, totaling 2,070,000 com
pared, with 2,290,000 shares. Monr
day. ; :- .
Du Pont, off more than X points
at- its km; recoverd all bu ; -point
Bethlehem Steel and U. S.
Steel both pared early declines of.
around a point to small frictions.
Jersey Standard and Texss Co.
came up from their lows to dose
frsctkmaUy lower. AU bad weigh weighed
ed weighed on the industrial average is
early dealings. -: .
Elsewhere Ja SteeU.'Lukens ran
up nearly t points; Youngstown
Sheet lost nearly a point and In-
land droppeda point. i Lif
averts tm$m diet eer w tpoJ ilWt
fh. proper jfcVpt. Kiaa&t,
. mfc 4atfm. Detnad PROTO
ccenpSete teieaioea. ..,
TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEtt
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1957
c r I
Reports Of Field
Trip At Gam
And Mineral Society V
' An interested group of members
and visitors attended the Gem
and Minerals Society's meeting on
Friday v evening 'at Balboa, z with
Mrs. Patsy Hyan, presiding Cap Captain
tain Captain George Hamilton was unable
. to be present to give his lecture,
but it is hoped he will bo g u e s t
speaker in the near future. -.
Mrs. Cot, assisted by Mrs. Wor Wor-ley,
ley, Wor-ley, has changed the display in
the Civil Affairs building.' The
case is changed monthly, and this
month the display features petri petrified
fied petrified coral and gems for the month
; of June. The modern gems are
, nearl and moonstone, however, me
kerns used througu the ages are
also on disDlav. These stones are
agate,- emeraid.eat'seye, alexan
rinta anrt lurniinisR. ineso uii
:' tuavi um vera interesting : and
. ahniill K visited flften.v v
, au mamherii are urged to take
advantage of the library m a i n-
! tained at the Club. There are ma many
ny many back numbers of monthly .mag .magazines'
azines' .magazines' such as the Lapidary Jour
nal, Rocks 1 and Mmerais, Aems
nH- Minerals, etc.. besides all the
Mr. Sal r cave a report 01 nis
field trio and had some enthusias
tic mmWa of his ErOUD g i V
V their views on their day at Chili-
bre River. When was. au over,
nn had the imoression that Mrs
Hutching, Mrs. Hamilton, and
Wn. Roessler of the SO-c a 1 1 d
'weaker sex" took the honors that
day. Not only did they chip rocks
during -the morning, dui visiiea a
bat cave after lunch, then insist insisted
ed insisted on coine back 'for more rocks,
hammering away until late in the
afternoon. The menfoiks may nave
' been dragging, but they w e n t
right along, enjoying every bit of
It.' Another field trip was imme
diately; arranged for the following
Everyone' was glad to welcome
; Bruce Morrow back to the Club.
Bruce is a Charter member and
had returned to the States last
years but the Chagres water must
have been stronger than the call
of Washington State,-for Bruce is
back with us and ready to Decomo
an active member again.
Mary Worley, just returned from
' AU j 3 JUV.C9. UJWH r
T':I:ob: t-KZM Panama
-.-wi i;; Colour v lo r
? foday, WeoWtay, May t9 s
4.10 What'a Your FavorlU (rt
.... quests taken by phona
" tiiia:oo) r.
' I'lft Kewa 4,
:S9 What'a Your Javtorit
, (cont'd) .
:00 Allen Jackoan .Comman-
tarr tWRUL) V '
BLUE RIBBON SPORTt
. j REVIEW (Pabat Beer
-:S0 Hawaii Calls WBXSU
7:00 Halla of Ivy
1:30 VO A Report from TLB.
i:00 Music By Roth ,' ;
:30 Musical TneaUr
9:00 You Asked ror It 1,
, queststaJcen by phont
0 ; tui 7:so)i i 1
' 10:30 Cavalcade Of Amrle
1 ll:00-Jas Till Uldnight
Tenrrw, Thursday, May S9
90 Sign On Alarm 1 Clock
. ;. ? Club, (ftquests takea
' by phono tui 7:00)
7:30 Mornlnr Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wlldwood
, 1:30 Musical RevaUla- -,
. :00-News c '"
. 9:l$-eaered Heart ,"
9:30 AISee It T
10:00 News :":
10:0' JSplns and Needles (re-
quests tartn by phona
ll:00-Newa V : N
,11:05 Spins And Ndlaf
1 (cont'd) ..
ilI:30-Met Tha Xntertalnar
111:00 New,.. 7 ,.- ., v
t p-M.; - v
i3:0S-Xunchtlmo Malodiat -JJ.30
Sweet And Hot f
1 i;uo ixwwm .-.4-
1:15 MusJa Of Manhattan
' 1:30 Bona Of The pioneer.
1:45 Spirit Ot Tha Vikings
1:90 Tex Beneke Show
8:15 Treddy Martin Show
' 8:10 Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-Tha.
,1:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
1:11 Sammy Kaye Show
8:30 Afasi Pot Thursday
4:00 restart Review
4:30 Whafa Your raTOrtto ri
questa taken by pboor
till 3:00). --1.30
News j s. .
8:35 What'a Your r avorlta
1:90 Allen Jackoaa Commaa-
' vary fWRCLl
:1S B1XH RIBBON SPORTS
REYITPP (Pabst Bm)
:S0 TeJephona Eour (WRCZJ
' 7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from OA
t:0O lUiabeUian Theater
.30 Take It rrora Hera
9:00 You Asked ror if Tra-
qtietts takea by phoor
1 18.33 Music Frora Hotel 83 paa-J
10:4V-TetEr Of Dreams
11: 01 Concert Under Tte Stars
1: ; i sa C.'t,
an emergency trip to Texas, told
Lof visiting the Texas state eaer
ation kqck now in Ma? Anionio
After four hours and some pur
chases, she had seen a great deal,
but nowhere near all there was
to see: She had several specimens
on display that she had bought at
the show. -
This was the last meeting for
Mr. Umberger as he is leaving
shortly for his new asignment.
The group wished him good rock
hunting wherever he may be.
Gives Concert Tl --' ;
At USO-JWB Tonight ,,
The USO-JWB Armed Force
Service Center presents 9 concert
tonight, by the Argentinian, Bere Berenice
nice Berenice Vercelli. The concert begins
at 8 p.m. -
Miss Vercelli began1 her formal
study of the piano at the age of
three and received her professor professorship
ship professorship at-the age of eight. Her for formidable
midable formidable technique and great capa capacity
city capacity for interpretation have been
highly praised by critics. The pro program
gram program for the concert is as f 0 1 -lows:
Andante With Variations, Haydn
Sonata Op. 34, Haydn; Serenade,
Schubert; S e u t e Bergamasque,
Prelude, Minuet. Clare de Lune
Pasepied; by Debussy and Rhap Rhapsody
sody Rhapsody in Blue.' Gershwin. La Danza
Negra, Ascher; .and Waltz No. 1
Op. 34, Chopin,".'. t ,4
There "is no admission charge
for servicemen. The cost for
adults' is $1,000 for students SO
cents,r,'if:Sik-'W V pt-::?:M
Harnett And Dunn .'.
Jamboree At Tivolh v- i 1
The Jamboree for the; Harnett
and Dunn students from Balboa,
was held last Friday night at the
Tivoli Hotel. '
One of the featured dances of
the evening was the Turkey Trot
(a .very popular fox-trot many
years ago. it was amusing to see
how the "younger fry" did this
popular dance -of yesteryear. Va Valerie
lerie Valerie Spencer and Buttons Star-
kenburg won the rpize for being
the best "trotters,"
In the other competitive dances
the Fox -trot was won by Robert
Chandler and Virginia, Mauldin;
Patsy Plateau and- Thomas Shep
pard took the honors for the Be
ginners JJop ; -juonna rrasavage
and James Marshall won tne in intermediate
termediate intermediate 'Bop"; Valerie Spen
cer and Tommy Starkenburg shar
ed honors for the best in the Vien
nesa Waltz and Barbara 'Do m
browsky with her partner Buttons
Starkenburg were chosen as the
best all round in the Latin Ameri
can dances. n j 1
The Judges were: Miss BItsy
Frensley. Miss Wilms Hidalgo. Mr,
Fred Jenkins and t Benjamw. Ar
nold. Besides the competition dane
ing there were party games, 1 a
show and a buf eft" The s enter
hostesses who assisted Miss Har
nett were: Mrs. Kinllng. Mrs,
Jenkins, Mrs. Mann and Mrs.
By OSWALD IACOBY :
Written for NEA Service
No m Vttloerabta
nmihla Paaa Pass
BflJ. Paa Pass Pass.
. A Opening lead 4 K
TAKE a look at tha West Band
only. You are surely going to
double south s opening hid ot ove
clubs and are going to really wel
come his redoume.
Now you open the lung of dia
monds and South trumps and lays
dawn the jack of clubs. Make up
your mma as 10 your piay now
and then look at the rest of the
West chose to go up with the
queen. sst wss torcea m over overtake
take overtake with his singleton ace where whereupon
upon whereupon South romped home with his
Needless to ssy, this hand ceas
ed considerable discusion when it
wss played recently la Wausau,
Wis., and while most people a a-greed
greed a-greed that Wert's play was cor correct
rect correct but unfortunate, I feel that
West made a mistake.
South suretv held an eient or
sine card so. for his five club bid.
Probably a nine card suit when he
redoubled. If this nine card suit
were beaded by the ace. South
would surely have played tie ace
in hope of picking up a singleton
honor is the East band. H e n e
West should have viauaUW the ac actual
tual actual Jack high club suit that South
heJd and ducked the trick. j
Another point of interest is that
if South held something li keA J
lOtxxaxxof clubs and did
choose to lead low be would prob-j
ably have played the nine tpotnot
the-jack. Similarly his choice of
the jack from hts actual bold in
wss deifned to get West to rise if
be held t.s exact combination of
INSTALLED WORTHY ADVISOR w Miss Linda Jacobs shown
following her installation as Worthy Advisor ot PedTo Miguel
Assembly No. 8 Order of Rainbow for Girls. The ceremony,
took place Saturday at the Ancon Masonic Temple.. -With her
is Joe Galloway, the newly elected Rainbow Sweetheart of
1 Pedro Miguel Assembly:
Girl Staters Speak
By SHEILA PARBMAN
Among the many events at the
1957 session of Caribbean Girls'
State; which was held at the Fort
Clayton Hospital, was the passing
of bills in Congress. One bill pro proposed
posed proposed that each Girl Stater write
a paragraph about iwnat sne
thought was the outstanding fea feature
ture feature at Girls' State, I am sorry
that r ail the wonderful comments
cannot be printed, but let us lis listen
ten listen to some the Girl Staters
"One of the most interesting
vents at Girls' State : was our
mock trial which was supervised
by- Rowland K. Hazard, C a n a 1
Zone district attorney; Being a ju jurist
rist jurist brought, a grest deal of ex excitement
citement excitement to Bis, 'r Helen Ad Adams.
ams. Adams. ( 3 r
f After attending: Girls State, I
fnow have- a broader concept of
how my government functions.
This was a priceless experience in
which every girl should feel hon honored
ored honored and privileged r to partici
pate. .' Grace Argo.
"From attending this year's ses session
sion session of Girls' State. I have learn
ed to appreciate my American ci
tizenship and to try with all my
heart to help our .government in
every way possible. V Janet Ar
"Some of the outstanding fea
tures of Caribbean Girls'. State
were the learning and application
in our American way of life and
government. We learned the du
ties, responsibilities, and workings
of city, district, and state govern
mentsi and their officers. . .'
Stephanie Beck. .
'Of the many tnlngs I learned
at Girls'. State one is most out
standing.' It 1s how to make
friends. Caribbean Girls' State is
a wonderful way to teach girls the
fundamentals of our g 0 v e r n
ment. . Maxine Conover. ,
The thing that meant the most
to me was the companionship.
Working .and living together in
such close confines makes it al almost
most almost imperative for everyone to
get along. Girls' State -will always
be an unforgettable experience.
r "The cofn petition In the oyents
at Girls'. Stat ave im m feel
ing ef self-cenfideiK, Everyen
received recognition in seme
way which reinforced the Amr Amr-ican
ican Amr-ican principle 'All men are cre created
ated created equal. Unda Cunnint
"I learned that voting Is a Pri
vilege which should never be tak
en lightly, because the voter's and
the country's interests are at
stoke. .' Alicia A. Donahue.
'As far as I feeL personally, the
mam event -at Girls' State was
the night I received the Americsn-
um award. I couldn't have felt
prouder if I had been elected gov
Showing M Your Serrct
Also Bhowing Thursday
PARAISO :1S 7:55
TEXANS NEVTTt CRT
Terila of Tb Wilds
SANTA CRUZ gflS 7:51
"C,?t Dst In The Meraing'
. jpai WT
latrt ( a
ernor of Girls' State, i Jackie
'"Choosing from a full schedule,
the visit to the Balboa Magistrate
Court was most interesting. There
we learned why certain laws are
made, and how w are protected
We also saw a series of b rake
tests. ." Helen Fusselman.
"Ater the state elections, we
held separate sessions of both
houses of Congress in which we
passed bills for the betterment of
our community jn tne tanai zone
Actually tJoing the constructing
snd passing of bills msde Con
gress more outstanding in my
mind. RocheUe Head.
"I met so many kids that
never knew before,: and the one I
thought I knew were quite differ different.
ent. different. When one lives with the same
people for a week, she really
gets to know them, wel..." Car-
lotte ,Herr t-v x ''r
'Te me tha meet Important
and enjeyable phase of Girls'
Stat was the passing of the
bills. We not only learned how
bills are pesaed in the- state Uf
islature, but w were also plan
nirw thinoa so, that Girls' State
will e e n 1 1 n w e throughout the
veer. . Sue Mable.
"I beUeve GirU' State is a gold
en opportunity for meeting new
friends and learning about your
old friends, k ." Lynn parsons.
"The outstanding feature to me
was the passing of the bills in the
Senate and the House. We actual
ly went through the whole proce
dure which was botn very educa educational
tional educational and Interesting. ." Sarah
"One of tha Highlights of Girls'
State was tne mock trial whivh
was interesting, informative. and
amusing. The actual experience of
having to state a case and prove
one's point gsve the participants
a chance td show their ability and
leadership in action, L 7 a n
Raymond. -. -..1 -.
"I like the housemothers, be because
cause because they did a terrific job of
maintaining order; yet they were
a friend to alL They had alee
word for everybody and at times
they joked with us. Fairlee
Skinner. ' "-"
"The highlight of Girls' State
was the shirt sleeve conference,
because the teen-agers really had
the chance to express themselves
seriously. It showed that teen-ag
ers csn express themselves seri
ously. It. snowed tnat teen agers
can express themselves when giv given
en given the opportunity,. M a r y, L.
"Girls' State It wonderful ap-
portunity not only to learn about
one's government, but to get a so social
cial social education, as well. One -gets
sn outlook on many different -qualities
and characters of people. ."
Janet Tribe. : r ; . ; ;
"Girls' State gave me the-esf
Center Thtatns Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 1:M
"THE SCARLET HOUR
Thursday "Walt Til Th
NSua Shines, Nellie"
THK STEEL JUNGLE ;
Friday "Scarlet Hour
MARGARITA C:15 7:U
"Tha Creeping Unknown-.'"
Tbarsday "Jort Per Ton"
CRISTOBAL 7:6 .
Air-Conditioned ; :
Jack Palancc. i
Also Showing Thursday!'
LA BOCA 7:M
PROUD and PROPANE
CAMP BILRD :15 7:M
"Saddles and Sa retrain"
"Perils of Tbe Wilderpes"
by Erskin Johnson
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Notable
Quotables; Elvis rresley, auout
mjtTiage: "It's normal to happen
sometime, t but I've got noming
like that in mind now. I've found
that my own interest in. certain
stars dropped when I learned they
were married and had children."
Anna Maria Alberghetti, 21 in
Mays "It is a -wonderful feeling
to know that H I should want to,
I could quit working right new
and live comfortably the rest of
my life." , i j ( ;
Robert Stack, an Oscar race
loser: "I received so many won
derful calls : of condolence, 1
thought I had won." t .r,
. Anthony Quinn, Oscar winner:
"I'm am actor by profession not
a movie stsr," .'
: Sid Caenari "When mv diuehter
Shelley started going- to school.
she sat at breakfast one day star staring
ing staring at me, and not saying much.
Finally she could no longer y con
tain herself and she blurted out:.
" 'Are you the Sid Caesar on
JAYNI MEADOWS, about ap
pearing on TV's "I've Got a. Se Secret":
cret": Secret": "I get -to the studio about
9:15 p.m. and leave at 10:15.
Sometimes Steve (hubby Steve
Allen) doesn't even know -1 left
the house." t
Solly Martino, studio prop man
Orson Welles kept on the run
during filming of "Bad of Evil,"
which Orson directed:
"Everyone else was afraid of
Orson. Not me. I get him exsct exsct-.
. exsct-. ly where he wonted me."
Marguerite Chapman, who re recently
cently recently joined Dorothy M alone in
becoming a blonde: "My person
auty 'got too dark,, so 1 decided
needed some enlightening."
John Wayne, stsr .- producer of
continued work in the film after
breaking a bone in his foot on lo
cstion: "It's costing me $32,000 a
day to make this film, whether
we work or not, 'and a little pain
aoein i poiner ue as m u c n as
tnat kind of money does."
George Gobel, remembering the
urst ume nis name appeared in a
newspaper to Hollywood; : "! be
lieve I was reported seen shop
lifting. I guess this wss written to
make me feel wanted, Well. I
pert unity to spend -my Easter
vacation in a very neyoblo and
profitable way. I knew t h a t I
will remember the one week at
Girls' State all the rest of 4. my
life. ."Mary Wickman.
Tha part of Girls' at that
I will probably remember the
longest wss the mock triaL Be Because
cause Because I am interested in law, I
was especially nappy to be chosen
a.1 ....... .
mm uie nftiema pniinajti. . f ar
"I. who have lived In Panama
most of my life, enjoyed thorouah-
ly learning about tne American
government. I learned that real
sincerity is the power behind
gsins. I never received so many
thrills snd honors' as I did at
Girls' State, especially when L re
ceived the "Most Co-operative ci citizen",
tizen", citizen", award. I would like to
thank the girls whe helped me in
allowing you to near Girls' stat staters
ers staters speak. ,.,,; ;. v
Today Encanto .35, .20
DOU1XI Sa CmZMASCOPIl
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TEAHOUU Or THE AUGUST
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'LOYE OF A
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JAMES MacARTHUR, 18 year year-old
old year-old son of 'Helen Hayes; about
"The Young Stranger," his star starring
ring starring movie made in Hollywood
last summer; j '' J' :
"It's the best summer job I've
had yet. Summer, before last I
worked in an auto parking lot"
Glenn Ford, about a wester
movie,: "3:10 to Yuma," which he
completed recently: VLookmg for
a different western? Man, is this
one different! Fifty per cnet of
the action takes place in a 10-by-15-foot
hotel room., Van Helf in
has to hide me out until I can
board a train and. that's. half of
me picture, -how .duterent can
Hollywood, get a western in' a ho hotel
tel hotel room)-" - lfl II
N. RICKARD NASH,, the play playwright,
wright, playwright, about meeting Katharine
Hepburn for the first time on-the
set of "The Rainmaker": 1
"I was terrified. Wo were dis dis-cusing
cusing dis-cusing the script end I y was
more or less talkinq In polite
circles. Then she said something
that irritated me and J blew
up. I suddenly found myself
waving my arms and roaring at
her.. She ust listened coolly and
then said, 'Good. Sit down. Now
we understand one anothar.. Now
we can talk.', "-. .
Paul Douglas, about mixing mo movie
vie movie and stage roles: ."You have to
find out where you stand.: In Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood I'm always on the verge of
getting fat mentally and physically."
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In Clinton Integration Row
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP,) A
mass federal contempt trial of
John Kasper and 16 other per persons
sons persons charged 1 with interfering
with racial integration of .the
Clinton, Tenn., high school will
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:'tf.S. District Judge Robert t.'
Taylor set the trial date Monday,
denying a demand by Kasper,
White 5 Citizens council leader
who represented himself In ab absence
sence absence of his attorney, for an "im "immediate
mediate "immediate trial,: preferably tomor tomorrow."
row." tomorrow." The trial was postponed last
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per's Rasper's name was added to the list
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all Anderson County
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ly" personally" to have: the case tried some
J0 days hence" because of a wedding-
Kasper attired in a gray suit
and black tie; contended that
Lecture .On Islam
On- YMCA Program
The: Balboa YMCA will present
the fourt in the series of lectures
on The World's Great Religions to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. o
The subject will be "Islam" and
the lecture will be -given by the
Rev. Oscar W, Olsen, pastor of
Balboa Union Church. This is the
story of the religion founded by
There will be colored slides to
illustrate th electure, and it will
be open free.
to war testa
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other federal court cases on th
docket should be "moved back" .'
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WEDNESDAY,. MAT 29, 1957-
Dodgers, Giants Get OK
Whiz Kid Rosewal I To SHov
Veteran Beats ; Rookie
1-0 to Cut Redleg Lead
'C aliform a G6I d R ush of '5 8'
Wares Here O ver Wee,
PAGE EIGHT ..r;
Ageless Satchel Paige
Continues to Show Em
NEW YORK, May 2SH-UP)
Satchel Paige, wno wanw nuw nuw-'
' nuw-' inn. tn Hn with time, is still dem
nnst.rfttlnir the finer points of
pitching to the youngsters in the
Listed in the record books as
48, Paige came through with an another
other another fine relief performance
last night as Miami edged Hava Havana,
na, Havana, 5-4, In 10 innings. Bob Mice-
By TREVOR SIMONS
The familiar roar from the mo
tors of the manv speed -.boats be
ing readied at the P.C. Yacht
C&b for tomorrow's Memorial Day
races on the Atlantic bide, indi indicates
cates indicates the hieh Ditch of enthusiasm
that shows promises of some of
the best races ever held since the
annual May 30 events were begun.
;Some of the top drivers on the
Jslhmus have had their boats in
ithe water for the past week, sharp sharpening
ening sharpening up their charges with their
'tights set on the beautiful trophies
being offered by Mobil Oil and
Smoot Hunnicutt, sponsors of the
Dwey Harris and Dave Hinds,
two of the top boosters for the ev event,
ent, event, and both strong contenders in
their respective classes, have be being
ing being going through daily trials and
should have their boats, in top con condition
dition condition when the regatta begins to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at one. i
The Eggers, familiar names in
J)oat. racing for many years and
who wert conspicuous in their ab
sence from the Jan. 1 races, have
bepn caught in the fever pitch of
t ie Memorial Day Events. Hick
Egger, previously a doubtful start starter;
er; starter; because of a broken jaw. has
bejen at the wheel of his "D" Run-
aoout and has announced that he
will be a starter in tomorrow's ev-
tiils, Brother George Egger has
entered bis "B" Runabout (Mer (Mercury)
cury) (Mercury) and P. Slag has added his
"D" Runabout to the many en entries
tries entries that will take part..
M Since the previous announcement
of m 5 event card, a few changes
bare been made. Winkea will be at
the- wheel of "B Flat" and Hud Hud-Kings
Kings Hud-Kings will be handling C Sharp.'
A new entry to the event is Larry
Doby who istentatively set to
drive in the "A" Hydro event Wer Wer-ley,
ley, Wer-ley, Evans, whose boat was dam damaged
aged damaged in practive when it hit some
driftwood, has announced that he
will be ready tomorrow with his
boat in top shape.
f Sais hat entered hit "D"
Ronabout in the ulimited race
toe, the Mobil Oil Trophy, creat creatine
ine creatine added interested in what was
PQpviously scheduled te be a
rwe beat affair. The ether pair
efentries in thai event are Dave
Hinds "B" Hydroplane end Ed
A ru j
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lotta'avslxth' homer of the year
was the decisive blow as the
fourth-place Marlins kept- with within
in within three games of front-running
The Buffalo Bisons remained
three percentage points ahead
of Richmond by belting Toronto,
8-5. Steve Nagy' pitched shutout
ball over the last lour innings to
gain his second victory in three
Richmond shaded Columbus,
4-3, with Bob Wlesler winning'
his third game against two loss-
es. Oail HenelV hit a two-run
ninth-inning homer for the Jets
but John james, relieving wie-
ler, put out the lire.
Rochester scored once in
ninth inning to beat
The standings and linescores:
021 000 0104
000 000 0123
Wiesler. James (9) and Chitl:
Kildoo, Kuzava (2) and Peterson.
WP: Wiesler. LP: Kildoo. HK:
Havana- 010102 000 04 7 0
Miami 004 000 000 15 8 2
Cueche. Hatten (3). Pena (7)
and Izquierdo, Garcia (8); Bun
ker, semprocn B). paige uui
and Sullivan, wr: raige
Penna. HR: Micelotta.
.010 0010013 7
300 000 001 4 10
tt.I. mnU I n anil DAuKnrn1
Lovenguth, Donnelly (9), Wright
(9) and Green, wr: wngnt. ur:
Walz. HR: Roseboro.
100130 000 5 6
041 001 Jlx 8 11
Johnson, Crlmlan (2), Tiefen Tiefen-auer
auer Tiefen-auer (P.) and Roselli; craddock,
Nagy (5) and Noble. WP: Nagy.
LP: Crimian. HR's: Rac, Noble,
Along The Fairways
RODMAN CLUB HANDICAP
Qualifying rounds for the Rod
man Club Handicap Championship
are to be played June 1 through
June 9. Full handicap will be us used
ed used in determining flight positions
and medalist for both men and
women. Low 16 net scores will
make up championship flight.
Elimination matches will be
match play with three quarters
of difference in handicap allowed.
Matches may be played at any
greed time brought the weeS,
otherwise 9:30 a.m. on Sunday of
each week will be the official start
ing time. All final matches will be
played on Sunday, July 7.
Hygienic Li fid
Porous Will outlast
H. D0EL, S. A;
S TeL 3-7175
CHICAGO, May 29 (UP) The
Brooklyn Dodgers and New York
Giants were set for the "Califor
nia gold rush of 58" today in a
package deal that may also trans transform
form transform the Cincinnati Redlegs into a
New York franchise.
The way for the most drastic re revision
vision revision of the'- major league base baseball
ball baseball map in history was officially
paved yesterday when National
League clubowners unanimously
consented to permit the Dodgers
to shift to Los Angeles and the
Giants to San Francisco. The own
ers stipulated both clubs must
make up their minds before Oct. 1.
General manager Gabe Paul of
the Redlegs did not ask similar
permision to transfer the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati franchise but a ton baseball
official told' the United Press the
Redlegs will move to New -York if
the two otner clubs move out. It
was the same official who inform-
ea the United Press of the deve-
lonments whlcn occurred vpsfer
The biecest bombshell to hit
baseball in years resulted in the
majvi iiuucj i vv ague til ivcw
York said he will "do everything
i can to Keep tne Dodgers and
wants in iNew York. Wagner is
scheduled to take the matter up
loaay in an emergency meeting
with other city officials.
Mayor Norm Pulson ofLos
i Angeles arrived In New York to
iJ.)re.s the matter with President
fly waiter O'Malley of the Dodgers
7 and L. A. county supervisor Ken Ken-ay
ay Ken-ay neth Hahn predicted the Dodgers
T will announce m, a few days that
they are shifting to the West Coast
I city. . -.-),
ll The Ohio legislature passed
1 by a 110-2 vote a bill which would
provide the Redlegs. with a new
stadium. The bill, sponsored by Re
publican Robert A. Taft, Jr., must
ciear tne senate to become law.
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick called the N. L. owner's'
action "improper" because ef
minor league; territorial right
involved. He is without power te
block the proposed shifts, how however.
ever. however. 2, J
. In Washington, a United Press
reporter saia congresisonal reac
tion to the expansion of the league
L 11 unaiiMstinnahlv fivnrKIa r
j puDUcan manuel Celler (D-N.Y.)
Hand Reo.- Patrick J HilHno. tn.
I- 1 'J ABTVAMUXV. AVO
Calif,) Endorsed the idea when
was revealed ezcluiivelv hv th I
United Press on Monday.
ham. owner of the Giants, stress stressed
ed stressed that they asked permission for
the transfers -"reluctantly" and
left the door slishtlv aiar for Nm
York city official to change their
MAJOR LEAGUE Sports
(Based on lOt Official at Bats)
riayer and club g ab r b Pet
Musiai, 5t Louis 35 145 24 53 J63
Robinson, ClncL 36 155 30 55 .355
Groat, pltts. 32 128 id 45
Maya, N.Y. 35 134 28 40 .343
Aaron, Mil. 38 155 33 53 J42
Hodges, B'klyn 34 135 18 46 .341
FuriDo, B'klyn 34 136 26 46 438
Hoak. cincinatti 3a 131 20 44 .jan
ronay, puts. 29 122 18 41 .336
fiauey, cinci. 36 121 24 40 .331
AMERICAN LEA ftlTIt
Williams, Bos. 34 118 24 48 .407
Mantle. N.Y. 35 116 30 43 m
Bertoia, Detroit 31 105 11 37 452
f ux. unicago 34 129 24 43 433
Werts, Cleve. 34 114 23 38 433
Demaeatri, K.C. 36 100 16 32 420
aaaucn, Boston 26 103 13 33 420
Pilarclk, BaltL 34102 32 414
Mlnoso, Chicago 34 129 22 40 410
Simpson, K.C. 37 132 17 40 403
"'"u"i ,M .....4
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
: Aaron, Braves ,,
Doby. White Sox
Wert. Indians. ..i.
Mifioao, white Sox
. Jeeaen, Kea sox
(Based $ DeeMeis)
Tracks. Athletics ...5 0 L000
Jackson. Cards 1 457
Acker. Redlegs ..., 1 jtSi
Saeford. Phils S 1 A3ll
(Four Ued with 4-1 each)
ByTIMMORIARTY ; S
NEW YORK, May 29 (UP) If there are any
members of the Dodgers and the Giants harboring
misgivings about their proposed transfers to Call
fornia, they ought to consult Warren1 Spahn:
Since moving west with the old
Boston Braves, to Milwaukee four
years ago, Spahn has proved he
is lust as good pitcmng on me
shores of Lake Michigan as he
was during his younger days on
the banks of the Charles River.
The wily, 36 year old south
paw hooked up witn Cincinnati's
young uon uross in an oid-iasnion-
ed pitching duel last night at Mil Mil-waukee.
waukee. Mil-waukee. Gross had a no-hit, no
run game going until the eighth
inning when Bobby Thomson led
off the frame with a triple and lat
er scored on Frank Torre's single
to give spann ana tne Braves a i i-0
0 i-0 victory.
The Braves' triumph allowed
them to move to w i t h i n 2 1-2
games of pace setting Cincinnati
and to within a half game of the
Dodgers, who dropped a 3-2, 11 11-inning
inning 11-inning decision to the Pittsburgh
Pirates. In other National League
Ab RVH Po
Temple 2b 4
post rt 4
Bell cf 4
Crowe lb ,.,
a-jef fcoat ;
Bailey c ....
Cross p , .
0 8 24 8
Aaron rf .
pafko If ...
Torre lb .........
Totals V- 26 1 27
a-Ran for Crowe In 9th. s
000 000 0000
000 000 Olx I
Error O'ConnelL RBI To
rre. Double Robinson. TrlDle
Thomson, Doubleplays Logan
to O'Connell to Torre 2.' Left on
base: Cincinnati 7, Milwaukee 2.
Bases on balls Gross 1. 3.0;
Gross 2. Spahn 3. Run and earn
ed runs Gross l and 1. Wild
pitch Gross. WP: Spahn (5 (5-2).
2). (5-2). LP: Gross (4-1).
MALBORO TO MEET CERVEZA
BALBOA IN PRATIC1 GAME
FRIDAY AT ABEL BRAVO GYM
, By HERBERT MOISE
COLON The Marlboro basket
ball team from Colon will meet
the defending champions of the
Pnama Provincial Basketball
League in a pre-season game on
Friday at 8 p.m. at the Abel Bravo
gymnasium. These same teams
will begin the 1957 season official officially
ly officially on June 8 at the National Gym
in Panama City, v All games of
this league will be played in the
Marlboro (ex Chesterfield) fin
isbed second last season as they
lost in the final playoff same to
Balboa who then, won their first
chamoionshio in about. 10 years,
This Balboa team has gone under
several names but finally became
rhimrx under the BDonaorahiD of
the National Brewery. Marlboro
on the other hand has been Ches
terfield ud until this upcoming sea
son. Also unlike the present
champions, they have neia tne
title three times in. the last five
Alone: with Callite. Marlboro and
Cerveza Balboa are considered the
teams most likely to win the Cham
pionship. Gallito on the strength
that ia roumt players with sdd.
ed experience and the acquisition
of Arturo Aeard plus the reported
improvement 01 ssmon ueyes.
Balboa and Marlboro botn have
lost top players which would tend
to make them a bit weaker .than
Balboa has lost the services of
Billv Cohen, who plays with Marl
boro this season, ana hbui nooner.
It ia also reported that Frank
Hornets may soon leave tbe team
and travel to Sooth America. Marl
boro has tost tbe services of
George SewelL Isaac Peltynovich
and Carlos Hyacinth. These boys
are presently studying ia the
States and will not return Uus sea
Wifk the season lust around
the corner, the Marlboro high com
mand has selected beautiful Isa
bel Medina Marquet to be "madri "madri-na"
na" "madri-na" for the club on opening night
This lady from Panama will par-
ade with the duo during ue open
ing game ceremonies.
night games; Larry Jackson pitch pitched
ed pitched the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-1
triumph over the Chicago, Cubs,
and the Phillies, w h ip p e d the
In American League action, the
White Sox retained their two
game held en first place by down
ing the Athletics, 3-1; the Indians
shaded the Tigers, 4-3, and the
Yankees scored thrtt runt in1
the 10th inning fo defeat the Red
Sox. 8-5. Baltimore and Wash"
ington were no! scheduled.
Spahn allowed eight hits in chalk
ing up his fifth victory of the sea
son and his third over the Red
legs this year. He has always
been tough on Cincinnati and now
holds : a '42-14 lifetime ; record a
gainst the Redlegs. :.-,
After Gros blew bis no-bit bid
the Redlegs tried to save the
game for their young left hander
in the ninth when they, got men on
first and second with none out
But Spahn pitched out of the jam
by retiring pinch-runner Hal Jeff-
coat on a bunt and then got Don
Hoak to hit ino a game ending
aouDie piay. a was Gross' first
defeat against four) victories.
Pittsburgh relief pitcher Elroy
Face won his own game against
tne Dodgers when he scored on
Peewee Reese's wild throw to the
plate in the 11th inning. The bases
were loaded with one out when
Roberto Clemsnte grounded to
Reese, whose toss to catcher Al
Walker hit. the dirt and skidded
past the plate. Don Newcombe ab
sorbed the los, his fourth against
The Phillies ran up their high
est run total in nearly three years
against tne Giants. Winning pitch,
er Bob Miller, Rip Repulski, Wil
lie Jones and Stan Lopata 1 each
drove in three, runs. Johnny An
tonelli failed to retire a single
oauer as tne rails noppea on mm
for our runs in the first inning
ana nanaea mm his sixth 10s.
Jackson, a relief pitcher, was a
warded with his second start of
the season against the Cubs '; and
promptly set them down with only
five hits. The Cardinals collected
nine hits off three Chicago pitch
era, including a single by.Wally
Moon that enabled him to run his
hitting streak through 21 games.
ftooKie Bill tiscner allowed on
ly -six hits in pitching the White
Sox to their win over the A's. He
lost his bid for a shutout in the
fourth inning on a homer by Hal
smitn. it was. the White Sox', 12th
victory in uieir las 13 games.
ine Red box came from behind
to tie the Yankees 5-5. on Ted
Williams' ltlh homer of the sea
son. But Hank Bauer doubled
home two runs for the world cham-
Sions in the 10th and then Gil Mc Mc-ouglad
ouglad Mc-ouglad singled home the "icer."
A two run pinch homer in the
ninth by Ed Robinson, who was
released by Detroit only two weeks
ago, enabled the Indians to defeat
the Tigers. Don Mossi held the
Tigers to only three hits in t h e
first eight innings but was trailing
3-2 when he gave way in the ninth
to Ray Narleski, who gained the
Monza Race Future
MILAN, Italy, May 29 (UP)
World auto racing chamn Juan
Manuel Fangio of Argentina said
today that the recently founded
International Professional Drivers
Union would discuss future parti
cipation in xnonza auo mile race
witn the race a Italian organizers
in tbe next few days.
Fangio. who arrived her h ar
from Nuremburg, Germany, short-
1 1 j. 1 . .
ij bii.cs- tuiuniKni, reiusea to mate
any comment on the Drivers U U-nion
nion U-nion decision to boycott the Monza
race unless the organizers decide
to bold it on the "flat" roadway
track, avoiding the socaHed "high
speed", overbanked circuit
"The Drivers Union took a very
definite stand and refused to add a
single word to the official commu
nique which was distributed after
our meeting, "Fangio said. "Our
delegation, composed of Louis
Chiron, Piero Taruffi and Umber-
to Maglioli, will discuss the touchy
issue wiia ue stanza organizers in
ine next lew days.
The Monza race micrht thru into
failure if the drivers boycott ma
Tbe unprecedented safety first
rebellion came Sunday at a meet
ing in Nurnourgnng, Germany at attend
tend attend Fangio, Stirling Moss, Peter
Collins, Mike Hawthorn, Roy Sal Salvador!,
vador!, Salvador!, Tony Brooks, Haas Her Hermann,
mann, Hermann, Harry Shell, Maurice Trin Trin-tignant."
tignant." Trin-tignant." Umberto Maglioli, R01
Florkhart and Carles Mendtteguy.
Ail said they considered the high
speed circuit too dangerous for
tne race wherein 10 Americans
will race 10 Europeans. . .'
Ken Rose wall, along with Jack
Kramer, Pancho Segura, and Din-
ny rails will play at ifil Panama,
on Saturday and Sunday nights.
By the end of 1956 shrewd : Ken
RosewaH had trumped the other
Australian ace. Lew Hoad. and
emerged the undisputed kingpin of
amateur tennis. ,
S: There was no other place to go
in the amateur- net world, so Rose-
wau turned pro.
Behind him Rosewall left '. an
Impressive array ef records. He
dominated the court seen, a a-reund
reund a-reund he world, winning .almost
everything in sight, at one time
As early as 1953 Rosewall be
came the national chatffeion of
Australia in both singles and Aim.
bles. He followed this with a World
doubles chamnionshin at Wimble
don in !53, with Hoad as his partner-
kEN ROSEWALL i
In that year Rosewall was but
18 years old, which prompted net
observers to ask, "What'll happen
when the Kid grows up?"
Jtosewall answered the question
himself last" year, when, a f t e r
having reached voting age,, Jhe
pummeled Hoad in the finals of
the United States Singles Cham
pionship- at F 0 r e s t Hills. The
scores were 4-6, 6-2 6-3. 6-3 in as
fine a display of precision and
control as has ever been seen on
such a windy day in the Stadium
That .victory for Rosewall not
only ended Hoad s Quest for
grand slam but also moved Rose
wall into a position of dominance
over his Aussie ttammate for the
first time in their: brilliant ea.
reers. From that point on Rose
wall continued to master Hoad in
three straight tournaments. :.
Tbe biggest thing in amateur
tennis Is the Davis Cup and so,
naturally, that is where Rosewall
nas been his greatest Rosewall
played In eight Challenge Round
singles matches against the Unit United.
ed. United. States in the past four years
ana won six of those encounters.
in 1953 the outcome of th rji.i.
lenge Round rested solely on Rose-
wau, witn tne United States and
Australia tied at 2-2. In the pres-
aure-pacsea aeciaing singles
match Rosewall scored lUdaivs
iour-sei victory over Vic Seixas..
in aaoiuon to the U.S. and Aus Aussie
sie Aussie singles championship,: Rose-
wan also won the French singles,
laiing uus uue in 1933. w
Rosewall has won every Impor Important
tant Important men's doubles crewn m the
werM with Head as his partner.
In 1953 the Aussie Whiz Kid a
. ceptured the Australian, French
and Wimbledon deubles title for
e near clean sweep. They had
te wait untiM$4 however, te
take the U.S. doubles, a title
they captured a second time in
Tbe Wimbledon alncl. I. V.
ne crown which evaded Rose-
wan, out twice he came close. In
1954, he was the runner-up to an
inspired Jaroslav Drobnv and fact
year he was the runner un to
ROSewtD Came rlnaa tit tn .!-
glee victories in a row at Forest
Hills, finishing ss runner-up te
iony iTsoert in 1955 prior t owin
defeat by beating Tridrt
ning last year. Een svenged that
ia uieir nrst professional meeting
S2, 4-4 at Sydney in Februa
ry i7. r, 4 w
Brooklyn i i
St. Louis .
New York .;
433 11 Va
TODAY'S GAMES ,
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
' Chicago at Milwaukee.
Philadelphia at New York. ;
Only games scheduled,
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 8
Milwaukee : 000 000 01x-L 2
Gross (4-1) and Bailey.
Spahn. (5-2) and Crandall. ..
(Night Game "v
Brooklyn 001 000 010 002 13
Pitts. 000 010 010 013 10
Newcombe (4-4). Labine f 1
ana Campanella, Walker
Friend, purkey (9), Arroyo
see iiie-ajp w) ano f'oiies. v
PhUa. 413 030 50016 17 0
New York 040 D00 002 6 8 2
Sanford. Miller (1-1) and Lo
pata. ... -;.! ,,,'v: jV;-!'..,
Antonelli (3-6). Consuecra
KiaziK, Margoneri. arissom. Mc
Cormick and Katt. : f
Chicago : 000 000 0101
St Louis ; i00 01021x 5
Drabowsky (2-4); LIttlefield,
Brosnan and Neeman.
Jackson (6-1) and H. Smith.
The Cristobal' Gun' Club will be
the site of mighty strivings with
shot and shell as 1 thosts the an
nual Canal Zone State Shoot, an of
ficial function' of the Isthmian
Trapshooting Association,? sponsor
ed by its' parent 1 body, the Ama
teur. Trapshooting Asociation, at
the club's grounds near Margarita
on Saturday and Sunday; Juno 1
A good field of the Ishtmus most
expert gunners are expected to
contest the loeal championship,
and the club Has prepared to ac accommodate
commodate accommodate a large number of
spectators with food, drink and
general comforts.! i( ...
: Entrants in the matches are re
quired to bo members of the I.T,A.
and A.T.A.. and provision has
been made for persons who wish
to shoot to purchase neceswry
cards before the shooting, which
will get under way at 9:30 each
.morning, r I
The course will consist of 200
targets st 16 yards rise on Satur
day, followed on Sunday py iw
targets shot from handicap d I s s-tances,
tances, s-tances, and 50 pairs of doubles.;
' tast year's stars. Paul' Disha-
roon. Sr., Capt. I. G. Hay, Maury
Holmes, Bill cunningnsm, .a. w.
.Casanova, and sundry other dead deadly
ly deadly gentlemen, all shoot from terri
fic handicap distances; hence, the
field Is considered to be wide o-
pen. and spectacular trials of skill.
nerve and stamina are certain to
tf tlwv?-i,. jse "" "JM mm
Slight Tug Of Left Arm
EDITOR'S' NOTE: This ts the
sixth ef 12 articles written fer
NEA Service and. The Paname
American by Ed Dudley, prefee prefee-eienel
eienel prefee-eienel e the Aweuste Narienet,
who includee President t-f
hewer emeng bis famews pupils
Ry ID DUCLIY
START the downswing "With a
slight tug of the left hand aid
If the downswing Is started pro
perly, there is bo body action st
Thereafter the body automatic
ally starts to move and the weight
shifts. This enables the left side
turn out of the way at impact
hands and arms automatica
lly follow through. If you start
tie downswing correctly, every-;
thing follows through. This is wfay
start of the downswing is so
At tbe start of the downswing
player should beer ia mind
te compte muscular mtchi-istant
aery engaging in a tremendons j svsre of and master through re re-surge
surge re-surge of per in the rerere di- petition.
reruon is lkf'r to raao t.m te!
W L Pet
23 10 v.697
22 13 .629
. p. nn
Washington 12 28
(V, ; TODAY'S GAMES
' Baltimore at Boston -,
.Cleveland at Chicago. V
. Kansas city at Detroit:? ',
New York at Washington.-,
Kansas City 000 100 0001 6 1 ;
Chicago 2O0 100 00X 3 9 p
- Coleman (0-4) Burnette... Mc-
Dermott and Smith, ,
Fischer (3-1) and Loflar. b
101 030 000 38 13 '1
100 030 001 0 5 9 4
llarsen, Ditmar ,(2-0) and How
Nixon, Delock (2-4) and baley.
000 200002-l4 F 8
000 100 200 3 6A
Mnssl ilarleskt and tfnJ'
gan, Nafagon.- v.-..--
Hoeft (1-1) Sleater and Wll-
Only games scheduled, vf ; ?'1
The third Albrook Invitational
Basketball Tournament will 1 take
place at the .Albrook Gym; Thurs
day,,, Friday and Saturday, May
30-31 and June 1st" T 1-
Six teams will participate in the
single elimination tourney. ?
Local teams invited are the de-.
fending champions, Kobbe's Sykes
Regulars; Ft Clayton's Csvahers, j
Ft Amador's Troopers, Army At Atlantic's
lantic's Atlantic's Busbmssters and the Bal
boa Athleuq. Club... ... ..--,.
In the last two years, the win- :
ner of the invitational has gone on V
to win the PAAF Hoop League. .
The schedule will be as follows:-'
Thursday, :30 p.m.. Albrook vs
Army Atlantic, 8:00 p.m.; Kobbo
vs Clayton, Friday, 6:30 p.m.j, Al Albrook
brook Albrook vs Balboa, 8:00 p.m.; Clay Clayton
ton Clayton vs Amador. Saturday, 6:30 p." :
m. the losers' of the two Friday o
night games will play for the third
pace position ana at. s:w p.m.
(this game will be broadcasted ov-
er CFN) Albrook should be play- ;
ing Clayton for the championship,
A first place and runner tin trin
hy will be presented Immediate-v
after tne last game, pius a most
valuable player award. ' .-v'i'
To those who come, this could
be bird's eye view of the up and
coming PAAF League which is
scheduled to start 8 June.,.
This Is correct but It Is
spht-eecond definition at this in-
that tbe pupil must become
a lot of fcoJjr t a. i Kf XT: The nd i-rrtc.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Memorial B.ay. Maiidicap ; At .Maeetmck 1 omorrowi
Servicemen In .Uniform
WEDNESDAY, MAT 29, 1957
To Have Free Admission;
A ten-race program will be held at the President
Remott, racetrack in observance of. the May 30 U,S.
holiday. A $600 Beven furlong sprint for fourth se series
ries series imported thoroughbreds will be the mam event
and has been denominated theMetriorial Day Handicap-
;r ) . .i ; v -;
Servicemen in uniform will admitted free to the
track's premises. -'. t
Members of the Paraiso Mutual Aid Society
will be guests of the track management.
this time Instead of Ruben t V a
iue&. Suntonner and Plateado were
a head ana a necKvoeiuuu m
i sii 11 matched racers will
h heautlful silver trophy
that will be presented to the pawn
er of the victorious animai uy
member of. the Paraisp Jttutual Aid
Society. v '
The scheduled starters in 'th e
' handicap ate El Fakir, Plateado,
Embassy, Elko,- Suntonner and
Embrujada. -r n
AU of thev aforementioned racers
have been performing creditably
except Elko. '
Embassy may go off the mutuels
faun-it hffallK tit his klOWD
rlaxa and a third place: finish a-'l
gainst a 'stronger group last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday when Jbe returned to the
races after a long layoff.' This
time Ruben Vasquez will guide the
Stud 32 star in place of Julio Ro Rodriguez
driguez Rodriguez who has been suspended.
v XI Fakir and Embrujada should
also be heavily backed in the mu mu-fuels,
fuels, mu-fuels, The latter was an impres impressive
sive impressive winner in a much weaker
field last Sunday under the guid-
anee of Julio Rodriguez. Cristian
Rebolledo will ride, the Stud. La
Enea mar this time,
El Fakir was second In a photo
behind Maria Stuardo in S a t u r r-day'a
day'a r-day'a nightcap.- Alfredo Vasquez
' will do the booting aboard him
kir and should be in the thick of
things at the finish again. (
John Cadbgati, who has pot won
a race since getting his license
recently out at the new track, will
be doing his utmost to break into
the winner's circle aboard Sunton Suntonner.
ner. Suntonner. Apolinar Reyes Rios will ban
die Plateado'a reins.
The poorly performing Elko will
have Bias Aguirre in tne saaaie.
Aguirre is back iri his best form
and could spring another surprise
here. , t
Nine other interesting races are
included on the program.
By CONRADO '"
1 Socorrito (e)
4 Montero e)
S VUma P
7 Grand Finish
g Don Grau
( ; $
Kip'nFFP I-'boV Gutowsk Just missed breaking Ms own
lege i9.a muc b Jn Angeies
Race Trade; Graded Entries
Fool Closes 1:00
JOE WILLIAMS H
Thosa .af.na wba showed up in Federal Court Thursday, ex.
pectins to beat dene ; Tunney the only heavyweight champion
f do road work with Georgo Bernard Shaw, and the first to
retlro undefeated.-were forced to-settle -for Truman Gibson.
Frankly, it was an awful letdown. ...
'-. This U not to say that Mr.. Gibson, in his way, does not
hava a certain anpeai as a witness. We saw him. for instance,
aa a debonair unlvae in tailored brown flannels; For three
hours an endless stream of colorless facts relating to the con conduct
duct conduct of the international Boxing Club spilled from his coldly
efficient lips.vi. ,7;
- Aa a performance OKt. But the IBC executlvt has no flair,
no' oomph. True, hia material wasn't exciting. It costs IBC
$350,000 to operate and profits for the last fiscal year were
79,000.( jGooa, aoiw stun, yes, put juat. vj. .jw fc.
.-w rtnn't claim Mr. Tunnev could have taken the same
ma.tarial anrt fractured the courtroom, with it. but he would
have invested it with an-individuality, made it a memorable
experience. rWe think he's every bit as good aa Bert Flel. 1 j-
x Judge Ryan seemed letdown, too. At one point he snapped:
"Let'a get this thing- ever with." By then we suspect physical
htim. ..u Mtohinr nn with him. for he had spent a larce
part of the tnoraing cracking down on- a young government
eager beaver, who had been tossing objections au over the
premises. : t ; : -- i '"r---;
Earlier tha Judge. j-. who has already found IBC guilty of
mtmnnniMmr rhamnlnniihIA florhtji UlA ia nOw tTvinflf to make
up his mind what penalities-to impose. . gave the courtroom
an Insight into his thinking. . .
?-'y'"'"TiW.liidiaald he was toying with the Idea of mailng jt
compulsory lor Madison Square Garden (local residence of IBC)
to rent the arena to any promoter who wants it for a cham championship
pionship championship fight. The rent had to be reasonable. II necessary,
th rourt would fix tho rent itself. ''.."
. The iudee did not ko into details. But how would the
Judge go about making sure there' alwaya will 1 desirable dates
for independents,ln,a privately owned acenaT ; .; ,
COMPROMISE IS SEEN
' T Vo auth nroblem confronU EmbU Lence.-the Tex Rlckard
cf "the garment center, whose plans can for Floyd Patterson
defending the heavyweight championship against Hurricane
' Jackson here next month. Mr. Lence sees this one as an out outdoor
door outdoor spectacular, drawing between $600,000 and' $700,000.
. Neither, tho Jndfe nor the government,' Incidentally, had
anything to do with IBC. . which 1 abort for Big Jim Nor.
rta. not participating in this promotion. After "winning; the
championabjp smder IBC- auspices tho champion, throagh bis
snaaarer. switched aOegiance. . and since the manager still
was lr. N orris 15,0, the IBC head at least has a chance to
sarvare ooniethlng If tho prometUn.ta a success.
To set back Co the courtroom. i it is the consensus of press
table oninion that: tho government will be denied its request
that Mr. Non-U sell hi stock and disassociate himself from Gar Garden
den Garden operation,--.-. .'. v ".
As a matter of fact, the Judge has stated he "never would
atgn" a decree directing a forced sale of the N orris stock. And
hi remarks yesterday on compelling the Garden toopen its
doors to independents was interpreted as the compromise under
which Mr. Norrls would be permitted to continue his promotions
; -.ifLf"-:...,BOX OITICE IS DEAD r
Tnt anatomical abnormality, wherein the tall shakes the
dog, as accented anew at yesterday'a hearings when Mr. Gibson
aaid IBC rarely has a box-olice lsterest in out-of-town fighU
to which it owns TV right. - ..
One exeeptioa was wh'n Sorar Ray Robinson demanded a
S7S.N0 gearaBtee to meet Bob Olson in Los Anrelea. IBC got
It op and ia slfpretction became a co-promoter, earn tnt a
STftoe preflt. Geera.Ily local oromoUrs take all the gate. The
tmportaat money Is la TV. anyway.
When tho names of the promoters- were effered to evidence
the eowsment objected." "The record will show these men
as promO- of Hphts without any proof.-. I
Mclns; the Judge to interrupt. . "the record will also show
the court raid no attention to the statement they were, in fact,
the promoters." ; --. ;
The ludjre had trot off a goodie and he swept the courtroom
ri'.h a wondrous Ina smile that seemed to say: "How about
P.. Harts r-
1st Rce 6th Series Imp. 7 Fg. Purse -Fool i
1st Race -FIIlgT race OF THE DOTJBIE t
illArpegio'' 8. Hernandez J07xMut go
almical D. Corte-s 115 -Form indicates
S-v.ii v rastillo'110 Returns-from layeff ...
tSSSSf H. Ruia 110 -Should improve nere
ttmtt J M. Bravo 106 -Dangerous contender -,
fcuert. Oatica 105 -Has good workou s
(Ponton Q-Cadogan 113 -Has strongest finish
IT Srrito A. Vasquei 115 -Good recent races
6r1Snico S HernalSfdez lOOx-Has shown nothing
9 V1US- imp.nnrti.dlv raadv
10 -Hincapie; avr r
llDlanaUcla' J. M-Bravd IIS L.ff
jnzaretU F. Gatica 115 -Faatert getaway
7-Kemozaaa ; -- 'm
T lESEttn. Corte," 113 Us'top ch.nc, too ;
..a .j;r.;. kUt t Fr.' Puri" 27S N Pool Closes :05,
"7 : J ONE TWO V
1 El Profesor E. Carlo 10S L-GooJ earlr ped
2- Tacera O. Madrid 105x-Would pay. off -ZZquc
undo 8. Hernandez 106x -Dangerous contender
JlAVspa ? a Sanchez 115 -Should beat these r
5-Full Moon' R Gustlne 102x -Best early foot (
tSpanita VA. ReyesR. 107x -Reportedly improved
m.- '.- --,v vr-O'VXl'r'j ; v ' '.
' v. n Hatlvea 1 Fra. Purs S27S "V i .Pool aoses XM
-";;nv.''-V''----..- 'QUINIELAv ;,
- 5 -2
McDounald Willing to Let Sons
' '- i i"' U "i s
Play Baseball Despite Score
'Twist Of Fate Accident
By STIVE SNIQKR
NEW YORK., May 29 (UP)-Gil
McDoufiald of the New York Yan
kees, who now calls the Herb
Score incident an unlucky twist of
fate for both of them, is more than
willing to let his two sons become
pro baseball players "u mat s
what they want to do."
"And right now." he said with
fatherly, pride, "it looks as if they
do. One is only, seven and the
other six, but they're both crazy
about baseball and how they love
to hit!" It
Yet. less -i than three weeks ago.
McDousald was so broken up he
promised to quit -the game if
Scpre lost an eye as tne result oi
Demg sltuck By a creiuius Ulict
the Yankee infielder hit directly
at-the young Cleveland pitcher.
McDougald never will forget the
incident but he now concedes
'I've bn invited to Herb's
wedding," said Gil. "And I know
he doesn't hold anything against
me. He's a great guy.'' ,.
, Sham' The Label
And the f'xreat guy" label be
longs on Gil, too,' when you add up
all the factors of personality and
ability, both on and off the field.
As a bail piayer. ne s tne oesi
example of what has become
known as Yankee versatility. He
has played regularly at second,
third and now shortstop. He's a
consistently good hitter and drives
in more than his share of runs.
"I've been studying all the hit
ters in this league, said rookie
pitcher Ron Duren of the Ath
letics, "and I'll teii you wny mc mc-Dougald
Dougald mc-Dougald is so tough in the clutch.
He's always swinsing the bat. You
never catch him looking at an im important
portant important strike." : :
Off the field, Gil is a devoted
father with four children two
bovs. two cirls. And he's a rising
young executive with a ; major
shoe manufacturing company in
New York. He has been a "shoe
man" for six vears.
"My kids always seem to need
a new pair of shoes," he said
with a smile. "This is a great
business for a family man. 1
Little iffsct On Kids
Except for one of his daughters'!
the Score incident had little ef effect'
fect' effect' on the vounssters.
"Mv oldest daughter came home
from school one day and asked
my wife why the nuns, were
'craving for daddv.' "' said "-Gil
"The accident was explained to
her but the boys don't seem to
"Every afternoon that Fm free
they call me out into the street
to pitch to tnem ana a aozen or
so. other youngsters on the block
I use a regulation baseball and
pitch overhand to tnem. too. xney
love to hit but I give them only
three strikes and out. That's the
wav the game is played and they
might as well learn that right
now." i- -McDougald
continues to receive
private bulletins by telephone
from Score's, physician In Cleve
land ana no one is pulling naroer
than Gil lor Hern s complete re
covery. Of the accident itself, Mc McDougald
Dougald McDougald aaid! I
"Score never had a chance. You
know how hard he pitches. With
what he put on the ball -and the
way I hit it, he simply; never had
a chance. :
OUT OF DOORS with
B. Aguirre 110 Rates good chsnce
K. Vasqueg 118 i-Dropped another cUs
A. Reyes R. 105x--Ran weU ta Usr
H, Gustines 102x Dubious ride last time
5-(La Gazza, Ladra Her.l03x -m J? .c" u'
e (Montero. J. M. Bravo 115 -Will fight it put
Purs $275 ; Pool cWes S:5
Kth Rae F" Natives S Fg.
.'. ,1.4. rt frt 11a Could be runnerup
2-nW 115 -Return, from Uyoff
i-IvUma P. R. VMquez 113 -Form indicates
4achalin J. VUa-115 .-Nothing in months
6-Follettto H Gustines 10x -UsuaUy close up
SRedoadlta H; Ruli 110 -Not agatast these
7JBandokan B. Agujrre 115 Excluded from betting
Pool aoses 3:
Sth Race. Sth Serle Imp.'' S Fit. "Purs MOfri
,U? FIRST RACK OF THE DOUBLE
lMelrose O. "Sanche 112 -Better chance this tlmrf
2- Rutilant G. Ramos 105x-DUtnce to hkihg
3- Fifito H. Gustines 110X Form indicates .. ,.
4- Grimflda S. Hernandex t)7x-Good esrly speed
. 5 Empire cross B. Aguirre 110 Last doesnt count
6- acana J. M. Bravo 113 Rates fair chance
7 Danlelo, ; R. Cristian 113 Should b ready now
7th Rc Sth' Series Imp. 7 Fsa-P" UJ J Pool Close 4:21
T 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE l ; v
1- Hablando 1 122 -Depemls on start
2 Littl Fool J. M. Bravo' 113 Tougher group her
2 Cachafas f' A.VaaqUe 113 -Strong effort last
4 Glob Trotter B. AguL 113 Doesn't jeera likely
SBacancite D. Cortex 110 Hard to beat her -.
5 Grand Finish R Vac 110 WiU figbt it out :
i v S-8
Pool Clce 4:55
t. au. Hla.,, Native f Fr. Pora S27S
. - f QUINIELA
lConqulsUdor J. Cadd. 113 -Returns from layof( j; , 30-1
2 El pequeno A. Gonzales 105 Brief early apeed t. 20-1
tZnon Orau A. Mena 120 Seems sure thing.; EVEN
Aniad RHernandex 103x Has strong, imun , -i
5-choto V. Castillo 113 Fastest at getaway s f
.' IN DOO tMIDING j,
. BX JOI.STITSON.,
l THT. influence of selection in
breeding-dogs it too often taken
for grsnted. , ,
Breeders select their stock In
terms of what is desirable and the
offspring are usually pretty much
what 'W would expect.
Remove a certain characteristic
from Judgment when selection is
being made, however, and see
what happens. Take cocker tails,
for example. We dock them, gen
eration after generation, and no
thought is given to their length
ss in the case of 'other breeds
setter, for instance.
Suddenly a Utter is left undock undock-ed.
ed. undock-ed. and the tails that result are of
ten long and. heavy enough to wag
the dog. If the parent stock were
selected In terms of the length and
weight of tail along with other
characteristics, the tail would be
much better balanced. ,
Breeders of Great Danes in this
country have run into the same
sort of thing with ears., Some peo people
ple people allow their puppies to grow
up uneropped. Nine times out of
10. the pups develop.. ungainly,
hound-like ears. .
. For generations, their ancestors
were cropped so the ear was never
a consideration in selective breed'
ing, whereas Danes bred in Eng England,
land, England, where cropping is illegal,
have been selected wUh considera
tion for small, close, well carried
ear. The same thing applies to. box-
; Pal Flaherty $
7Currlta" H. Gustines lOOx Could, surprise
Sth Race 'Special" Imp. f Fr. Pora SC5
- -ONE TWO
1 AdTersario 1. Goarora 110 Would pay off
2 Oermanlo D. Corte 113 Ca beat the- l-l
3 Tiequest V. Castillo) 113 Form indicates :; V S-2
4 FUdre Girt F. Oatica 105 Hss strong finish S-l
SContralor .B. Aguirr lis First eries in Chile .. 4-1
a Miss Patienc Bra to log In-and-octer, apparently 4-1
7 (Lnisito A. Reyea R, 107x Fair effort in debut . S-l
8 Colin a do 110 Debut was revealing 3-1
a-Xilybern) 1 Hi Ruix 105 Gets left t start 4-1
10 Display Song) GusUnes 103X Could make it her -;, 4-1
lath Kc 4th Series Ini. 7 Fr-Prw' tSH Pool a :M
r MEMORIAL D.4T HAND I CAT
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (UP)
Pat Flaherty's ouslificatioa rec
ord remained intact today but
the tw Npvi pilots and 31 other
daring drivers will attempt to
make up for lost time in the 500-
mile Memorial Day auto race.
wono came. close to the Chica-
goan's 195S marks of 146.056 and
145.594 m.p.h. for one and four
lap respectively. However, the
two powerful Novis served notice
they will be among the top threats
over the long haul cy posting the
best speeds during the week end.
Sou at Paul Rusao, Canoga Park,
WamI r-1nr .t JKiuuiiru uie .wouia test
root viooes .jo ,t tverif clip 144 jx7
' m p.h. Saturday for the best over-
SO-li"1 ahowlng.- Tony Bettenhausen.
. 4 '' J'i 'Kl -T :
era, Doberman pinschers and oth
er croppeu-eared breeds.. ; t
1 To get a Small, active,' well-car
ried tauV pointer and setter breed
era have other things being e
qual selected puppies with short
tails. Such tails are not only ea easier
sier easier to carry gayly,. but less likely
to be damaged when whipped
through brush and struck against
hard obiecta. .
Were the tails Of German Short-
hairs, Weimsraners or dogs of any
breed, the tails of J which have
been docked traditionally for ma
ny generations, allowed to remain
long, an appreciable percentage of
mem wouia be overlong, clubby
Bev Hanson Credits
'Luck' For String
Of Golf Victories
ASHEVILLE. N.C. nTP)Tn
everiy nanson of" indio, Calif.,
credits "real luck" for her recent
string of golf victories. N
' Miss Hanson fired a four-under.
par 70 Sunday to win the first an
nual Land of the Sky Women's
Open tournament for her second
straight tournament triumph. She
tiBa won me recent Gatlinburg
'Miss Hanson wound nn th
- r V.'V (UUJ
day tournament with a total 288,
one stroke ahead ,of 20-year old
Wifft Smith; Orange, Tex., who
had led her by one stroke going
into the finalr ound. Miss Smith
had a 72 in the final round.
- Mickey Wright. San y Diego,
Calif., shot aix-under'-par 68
Sunday to tie' the course I record
which Miss Hanson had set Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Her blazing finish lmntMi
her into' third pTac with a 290
totaL Joyc 23ske, MUwaukee,
Wis., waa fourth with an even-par
14 for 294 total
Fay Crocker, Montevideo, Uru Uruguay,
guay, Uruguay, and pre tournament fa favorite
vorite favorite Marten Bauer Hagge tied
for fifth place at 295.
1 El Fakir A. Vasqoes 113 Should be close op T
3 Plateado, A Reyes R. 105x CouW Uke it all -
3 Embaxay R. Vaaques 115 Jockey msy deeido
4 Elko B. ArMirr 116 Loncihot pos:b;'uty 1
5 Suntonner" 3. Cacoran 104 Dangerous contender
6 Embrujada R. CrUiucn 111 Last waa inrrauive
his teammate from Tinley Park,
I1L, was fastest Sunday at 142.439
mTh late Bill Vukerkh set the
rac record of 130440 mp h. in
1954. -.- .
Despit the worst qualification
weather U the postwar ra, the
time triala wmmd vp oa schedule
late Sunday. Thirty -three of the TO
attempt were mad oa tho final
Twenty-one cars completed tnetr
rana, bat only 12 of them barred
into the race day lineup. And the
field's overall speed of 141.444 is
WrittMt far NIA Sorvk
QUESTION: A line drive bite an
umpire as the third baseman starts
for the balL What is the caM here?
Answer: The batter is entitled
to first base. If the drive had gone
past an infielder, the hit the um umpire,
pire, umpire, the ball would be in play
ad the batter entitled to aa muck
as ho can get'
Q. In moving from first to sec
ond base on ground ball, the
runner vntntentioaalhr bangs into
the second basemaa fielding the
ball. Is there ruling o this?
Dick Roberts... ......
A. The runner is -cut, tuuotea tuuotea-Uonal
Uonal tuuotea-Uonal or not
Q. When a pitcheT put hie band
to his mouth before, starting his
windup. as so an any do, is there
a rule covering his motions which
HEADED FOR BIG TIME 'I Harrison Hoyt pute Buckey -Demon
throurh fast workout at the Saratora Springs, N.Y-, ? A
, Raceway. The eolt Is headed for the "Grand Circuit.
more tha mile aloweT than Isn must be followed ? Al DeJardin.
rear's record sverafe of 142 JOT.? A. The rule ia for him to wipe
t- W ijm t"l i.:. t.. w .&.:. l.f ,.-
. .ua. k .my, afnj aiiiauct cu-. 1 1 1 a uuu on turn lllBl waviv k rj
2-1'gmea raado the difference. ( iag to prtcb.- -
' ydu can see the most excitlhg
PROFESSIONAL TENUIS TOURNAMENT
. ever sen in Panama!
JACK KRAMER PANCHO SEGURA
DINNY PAILS KEN ROSEWALL
t v! 'I 1 Irt thrilling lingUi and doublet matches
Refreshment h fnaeks'at moderate prices'
Wx Mail now
a Ml at hold
sale the nlfht ( iBtnu.
A Kirkeby Bottl
. .. rw
INST A PRODUCTS DI V.
KNAPP MONARCH Co.
INSTA-UTE Mantle Lantern for
fishing, camping and home.
Rain and storm proof, clean,
and odorless. No fuel to carry.
Has output of 100 wat. Many
. . 1
hours on one fuel cartridge. J
On of the finest and safest
mantle lights nude.
Rust and acid -resistant
- Hot and cold retention
; F I b e r glass installation
Light and' durable.
Ideal for pic Acs, outings,
fishing, .hunting, travel traveling.
ing. traveling. 23 qt capacity: Fiber
Kwik Mist. kills roaches, mos mosquitoes,
quitoes, mosquitoes, flies ant, etc., instantly.
The arerosol insect bomb for
boats, home camps, etc.
SEE TOUR LOCAL DEALEtt -:
ELECTRIC SERVICE, S. A.
; Central Av. lS-
ABERIIATHY, S. A. SF3ribj.C::.$i
t Aero sid Street Hotel "El Panama"
' Tela. 3-S89S S-42S4
THE PANAMA "AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
',( i r.- WEDNESDAT, MAT 29, 1957
' THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE ,;.
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740.
' j 1"" ''M4C"Mt .... J
- .1 POR RINTrVaeatlon euartere
! 2 months. $60.00 per month.
Bilboa Barnaby St. 766, apart apart-mart
mart apart-mart C Tal. 2-2940.
FOR RENT Modern chalet in
Bella Vista. Phona 3-3305. Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. FOR RENTt Modern Kama,
thraa bedroomi, targe kitchen,
living room, dining room, porch
aida. hot, aold water, maid'a
room, garage. Large yard, front
and back. Via Forres, house No.
91 -A. For information 4all Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3116.
FOR RENT. Vacation quartan.
Juno lit 1957 rev September -21th.
1957. Apartment 713-C
Frado, Balboa :
FOR RENT i Small heuia. Call
Tal. 2-2175 from 1:30-12 noon;
2 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
PHILLIPS Oceansldo Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Pana-nia,
nia, Pana-nia, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large,
baacb house. Ona mila pnt Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
, Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clr Beach, Beach,-I
I Beach,-I Telephone Smith, Balboa 36(1,
i, FOR RINTi Corner-aires, con con--
- con-- trally ; located Ideal for office,
' elinie e small -otero.- Reasonable-
price now. With or without air airily
ily airily condition.'' Inquire, comer 37th
Z St. and Cuba Avenue, one block
'-. Trent- the Finance Ministry and
Panama Hospital. Phane 3-1074.
ndicled On Charge
--Ik .." :k
t ATTANTA: V 28 UP1 Pad.
ral authoritiee today aireated two
Atlanta-policemen and a special
Selective oa- nsrges of conspira conspiracy
cy conspiracy in a 'Atlanta lottery operation.
The three- men were among SI
Darned in, a federal grand jury In
" Patrolmen Foator Ellington and
Roy H. Fleming appeared before
i u. B. commiaaioner ana wni
eleased on $5,000 bonds. The two
fficers -had been suspended from
eir duties earlier following an
vectieation of the lottery ring.
it were racently placed back on
, J. w. liington, a lonner Auan-
t detective who now works as a
ective fat eh Atlanta Board
Education, al was released
tin noo boncd. w
i Three ther person named! In
the indictment also appeared to-
Eay and posted bonds. They- were
lentified Ruby Ingram, 22,rf
AtUnU, 'Charles Harold Echola of
Cummlng find Jtnrus jacason, ma
f.Uanta Negro. ,'.
low-Jones -elesinf jtodoaTeragei:
k-yesterdy -close Tere,"-
u -Oosar Hieh Low Close
lndr- s'm.41 4992 494.42 497.72
Rail 144.21 145.48 143.79 145.10
Utils 73.98 74.36 73.69 74.04
StkS 173.7 174.65 172.82 174.02
Net Chances: Industrial off
49, rails vp 9-06,. utilities off
and .stocks off 9 35.
tA I aUBaiUfus uw an as. t i m.o
dustrials 210,400; railroalds up, up,-D;
D; up,-D; utilities 36,400; total 317,600.
t Closing bond averages
' The Dew
(1924 26 average
finals 1 00)cloed at 157.40.
Ca Engellcn, S. A.
!28tli St. No. 17-129
Pfont .2-4970 Panam
ATTENTION. O. 1,1 Just bulk
' modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedroema, Jiot, cold watar.
Phona Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENTt Vary apacioui 2 bad
room and two bathroom apart apart-;.
;. apart-;. mant, Riviera building. Call Pan-.'
urn 2-1661 during off ica hours.
FOR RENTi Cool, screened
madam, apartment, dining-living,
' 2 bedrooms, larga kitchen and
balcony. Ave. Jose da Fabraga
22 (Pasadena). ApplyJ "Vantu-
. n" aama addrati.
' FOR RENTr One and two bed
joorn, living-dining room apart,,,,
; mant. Furnished and unfurnUhV
ad. New Alhambre Apartments,
Talaphona 1316 Colon.
FOR RENT Furniihad apart apart-mant,
mant, apart-mant, all convenience!, near Via
- Eipina, North American naigh naigh-beri,
beri, naigh-beri, $50.00. Phena 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Large ona bedroom
.apartment completely furnlehed
and acraened, hot watar. 46-47
48th St., Bella Vitta.
FOR RENT:- Modern J bed
room apartment with two bath bathroom
room bathroom living, diningroom and
kitchen. Campo .Alegre. Tel. 3 3-7192,
7192, 3-7192, 7 to 8 p.m.
FOR RENT Completely fur fur-niihod
niihod fur-niihod apartment,. 2 badroomt,
living dining room,, larga
porcji, Venetian blindi, garage,
hot water, linen, China glau-.
ware. Exclutive ratidential tac taction.
tion. taction. Belle Vitta, $175.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnithad, '' with 2 bathe,
for 2 tnentht. Call 3-5332 r
FOR RENT FumlthaaT modern
apartment In Bella Vitta, Three
bedroom, two bathe, maid'a
room and bath. All convenience!.
Call during butinen hourt, Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2159.
FOR RINTs fpacleue and eool
modem 2 bedroom apartment,
garage, wathing faellitlee. San
Francieeo. Tel.; 1-8892 between
"FOR RENT: Spadeut apart apart-,
, apart-, anent, one bedroom, hot watar,
$62.50. J. F. da la Oue Ave Ave-ame,
ame, Ave-ame, Rieul Building, facing Flrov
tone. Phone 2-3331, S .iSt;
partmem with two bat he, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid'a
room with own bath, wathtube,
garage, and hot water facilitiae.
Far further detalle call Panama
3-I292. CIA. OULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N., S. A.
FOR; RENT i Nicely furnithad
apartment Including refrigerator,
perch, parler-diaingreem, bee
room, kitchen. Tiled, acraened,
$55.00. Apply Ne. 112, Via Be Be-liearie
liearie Be-liearie Perrae near Reoeevelt
FOR RENTt 1 bedreemI,
batfct apartment, 'air-coaditioa-t
d, hop water, aareena, dlthoe,
. Nnena, Bella 'Vitfa $160.00,'
. CaH Panama 1-3347, .. ,
BARTOW' n. TTa-L. jtaa
Allen, 45, was freed from jail
Mondav when that ymm,, ha
suspected of murdering turned up
unnarmeo at me home of rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Allen Wtt mtrvrrlMl nt Vlllintf
Mrs Retha Baxter May 16. But
the woman was found Sunday
night at the home of relatives in
Live Oak in the northern section
oi use tate. She gave no explan
Mrs. Baxter'a hnctimri Tnn,
Baxter, told nffWr ha had
Allen talking to his wife early on
ue evening ot May 16, shortly
before she disappeared. Her car,
eontaininf bloodstaint. wae found
Polk Cnuntv Sheriff Ha,n Par.
ristw said a lis Uttnr tt Hi.
closed ."discrepancies" in Allen's
ahM "wh)ch made him a suspect."
"We thought we had a murder
on our hands until we learned that
Mrs. Baxter was staying with rel rel-atives
atives rel-atives at Live Oak," he said.
In Ohio Trial
COLUMBUS. Ohio fUP) A
Judge let a witness take a Juror
out of a trial here.
The Juror. Robert Davis, 0,
became in during the trial and
the witness. Dr. George Heer.i
took Davis to a hospital to re remove
move remove his appendix.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
lea i tidmg at
PANAMA RIDIN6 JCHOOt
ftidiag f Jejiag aat 4a0y
3 to 5 p.a. Pboaw 2-2451
m bv an i In I.
LKATK TOU AD WITH ON or OVK
INTERN AJU DI PUBL1CAUONKJ Mo. 3 Lottery rtaia e CABA ZALDO cenirai vi a a luukuu rMAm.i-i u uiwevn a ""
.nn. i.nu mi unoDifinu ..u ... m. i mt viuia nDirirr' Ti..ii a. risiUiriA KSi inns llNITtnil ta Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 1M Central. Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 4. fm. m
VAN-DEB-JIS Street No. SI f ABMACXA Kb BATURBOrarqae JLefevre
the Bella Vbta Theatre.
. FOR $ALII5J Fer Peder ;;
Ferdomatic, radio, heater and,
, defrorter, back up lights, direc directional
tional directional lights and othera. Excel-
lent condition. Muit aell. Phone t
Balboa 6342 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE. Leaving lor States.
1952 Chevrolet, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, tirei, like new,.4-door,
radio, heater,, defrorter. phone
2-2695. : :A-f jf&A
FOR SALE: 1956 Morris Minor
Convertible, like new. 38-712
or 3-795.-: .v;xv;..;-tt
FOR SALE: 195? Chevrolet
Bel-Air, with all extras, will aell
or trade. II I-A, Gamboa, Tel.,
FOR SALE: 1956 Auatin A30,
Tudor, excellent condition, low
mileage, very dean. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2416 or Balboa 3775.
FOR SALE: 2,door Pontiac,
1950. Apartment 713-C Prado,
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth, 4 4-doer
doer 4-doer Sedan. Good condition. Beet
offer takes it. Balboa 1 82B,
2254-B, Carr St. v
FOR SALE: 1954 Bel Air Chev Cheviot.
iot. Cheviot. Power glide, radio. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4420. Good buy.
f- ' -;
FOR SALE: 1945 Pontiaa Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. Good condition, $250.00.
2-6371 after 5 p.m. v v
FOR SALE: 1956 Vt tan. truck.
Duty paid. Balboa 1172 after 6
p.m.- ;.;..;. -.'';
FOR SALE -1 952 Buick Hard Hardtop.
top. Hardtop. New tiree, .radio seat cov coven.
en. coven. Phone Seiiboa 1172 afterv.
6 p.Hti ;
FFOR SALEt $1300 enh thia
week only 1955 4-door Pfy- :
mouth,' new condition, autematie
tranamliiien. Call Balbea 2 2-1744.
1744. 2-1744. uS, ;',,
. A' call- -.
C vJIM RIDGE -.
Qlbraltar Life ins. Co.' -'
for rates and inform atiott
Tel Panama 2-6552 t
Dir. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street 6
across from Lux Theatre
Hours :0 a.m. to 12:06
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Tel. Panama 3-3272.
With F 1.2 Leni
PanamA N. Xork Col6n
FREE SEWING LESSONS
Tivoli Ave. 18-78
- TeL 2-2628
.N on any
I ; CALL TODAY
TeL '2-2(21 TTreB At. 11-71
AGENTS 0 OO' OPriCTS AT 1S-8T
MOTORAL SALES i SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGtsST STOCK OF TUBES
. AND ACCESSORIES' FOR RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS AND T.V. SETS ON.
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-NES
NES INVERSIO-NES GENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW Ne. 33.
FOR SALE: 2 Wettinaheuse
Laundromats,- eleven foot O.I.
refrigerator, new Marine enpine,
all boat part and thirty four foot
boat. Call Fort Kobbe 2135.
, FOR SALE. Sacrifice $700,
60-eycle. Hi-Fi for $395.00
cash; miuallaneeui muiical in in-atrumenti,
atrumenti, in-atrumenti, including accerdian,
excellent conditien. Mr. Heir at
Balboa 3 129 afternoon, 375 1
FOR SALE: Walk to Almacen
PUNTO CUATRO, next to the
Encante Theatre, and save dol dollar!.
lar!. dollar!. ENGLISH WOOLENS at the
lowatt price ever seen before, at
only $3.50 a yard. In a wide
ranae of colore for man and
ladies. Phone Panama 3-3392.
. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1, CRISTOBAL. CX.
Students Receive 155 Avvards
At Junior College Assembly
At the Cans! Zona Junior Col Col-legaa
legaa Col-legaa 14th Annual Ayarda ; Day
assembly held last JUondav
inn am a wax as were ms.de by
Dean' Roger C. Hackett, assIstsU
by faculty members Dr. Dorothy
Moodyr James A. Lyons, Subert
TurbyfJl and Sttwan Drown, Stu Student
dent Student Association officials Gus Mel Mel-lander
lander Mel-lander and Patricia Steiner. and
Mrs. Nina Xosk wno reuresented
Miss Donna Stuebe. the uirla' th-
letic coach, who was unable to he
present.', Xnt awards consisted of
certmcates and atnleUc letters
and emblems, -.'-.'
In scholarship, the foUowin2 stu
dents won high honors: Wrs Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Arnott. John .Berry. Mrs. Ids
Fuller, Gayle Hasemann, Mrs. Ro-
cneiie Heaa, Harry Jienealy, Mrs.
Sylvia Kietzman. Wayne Ledbetter
Elizabeth little, Donald McCarthy,
Mrs. Donna McCarthy, Manuel Mo
reno, Mrs. UarDara O'C o n n e 1 1
Mrs. Kathryn Potter, Frank Bybic
ki, Mrs. Ellen Smith, Philip Smith.
ramcia sterner, Mrs. u la d y s
lempie, on, juua rniooaeau,
Mrs. Helen Viereck, and Valerie
Students who won scholarship
honors were- Patricia' Batchellor,
Consuelo Blake. Wayne Brown.
Larry Byrd, Osmond Call, Harold
carle, -Mrs, Matty crank, Mrs.
Patvlcia George, Fred Gerhardt,
Lee tieene, Ajci aki ualnau, iSor-
ma Harmon. Claude 1 HelseL Da
viu nuuaru. Ana Ho. Richard
Home, Agnes Howard, Gail Ho-
Zl r:,,fWJ,C0lk d fiW). Richard
uuuaiu jBkvxassusSA. asu AllllJt XVI
sik. Mary Libert, Mrs. Betty Mc Mc-Grew,
Grew, Mc-Grew, Edwin Mcllvaine, Mrs. Ca Ca-rabelle
rabelle Ca-rabelle Penary, Donald Reeves,
David Rue, -Rodney eeley, Rob
ert &neuey, carmen smith, 'and
Margaret Stancook. In each case
the awards were made on the bas
is of the first semester records of
these students. -
In. the field of publications' Lee
Cotton. Mr. Nina Kosk, Mrs. Don Donna
na Donna McCartrby, Edward Stem, and
Charles Wibel won awards for
their work on the Conquistador,
the student annuaL
Speech awards, were -won by
Beverly- ByetL, .Jack Hammond,
Kenneth Lelevier, and snirley Mey
er; drama ones,, by Gail Howard,
Peggy Ann Lee, Gus Mellander,
and Kay Murray.
For their work in guiding the
destiny of the Student Association
esch of the memDers oi ine mu mu-dent
dent mu-dent Association Executive Council
received aa award. Tney were
Gus Mellander, President, Antonio
Noboa, Vice President, Pstrtcia
Steiner, Secretary. Joe Wood and
Martha Webster, sopnomore mem members,
bers, members, and John Reynolds and Rich Richter.
ter. Richter. freshman members.
The following won cheerlesding
swards: ileverly Boyett, Juditn
Curtis, Beth Little Key Murrsy,
Judith Rogers, and L.yoia ftmun.
In Eirls' athletics nine girls woe
awards for making at the Ail Star
team la vollevbaU and basketball.
the two sirla' iBterscboiaaXiq
sports. They were Orlanda Cirt,
Camilla Elliar tra. Nina Kosik,
Angela Lee, Mary Libert, Linda
Mskme. Loa Rager, Margaret
Stancook, and Patricia Steiner. So So-nia
nia So-nia AliDonea. Edna Ariooa. Mo-
riae-Naudts. and JoAnne Sorrel
won Volieyball awards, while Jean
Brewer, Sail Harroid, and AauU
StTRrET, PAMAMA-J tTBREMA PBECIADO f Street "5.P,ES9JA4
la Oesa Ave. No, 41 a) FOTO DOMY Jnsle Arosenena Ave. and 33 8t FARMACIA
I Stoeat f AKMACJLA "8 AS" Via Tmt X1 ) MOVEDADES ATH1S Boeide
1 FOR SALE s Mahaaany s dining ,:
table, four chain, China cloaot.
Home 1550, Apt. I, Gavilan.
. FOR SALrT-More reductiem..,'
Wow 3 door wardrobe $108.00, -sofa
-bee J10.00, 5, piacea v
living room : aore 49.00,
, wardrobea 15.00, china clocett
15.00, metal charts ef- drawers
:t.S0, kitchen cabinets 37.00, 37.00,-folding
folding 37.00,-folding beds 19.50, nite tables
5.00, canter tables 6.50, metpl
beds ,12.50,, new' mattresses
15.00, springs 12.50, bunk beds.
39.00, perch chain 12.00, me metal
tal metal darks 35.00, linoleume 6.95. -Abel
Beautiful wrought iron
; dining and living room eet
complete bedroom a a d dining
t room suites in pastel shades,
brand naw- refrigerators. Leve Leve-f
f Leve-f hr chrome dinette let!. Easy
terms. Household Exchange, Na National
tional National Ave. New. 41, Tel. 3 3-49)1
49)1 3-49)1 3-7343.
FOR SALE- Refrigerator 3 ft.,
. Weatingheuee, porcelain, 25- -cycle.
Phone 2-3212 House
5152, Diablo Height!. 4
FOR SALE.- Very cheap. Living
rooni eet, 5 pieces; Dining room,1
set, 7 piecea. Four burner stove-
.with even. led. Venetien blind!.
Phone 2-0700. -room 203 :
rsts Pepper Flooded
''.' i r f k
Schneider wc basketball awards
MarsaretAcker woh'an ui
w jim rrins. aa ouiuai jcoreri ?
-In the realm U man's aihiotw
a' total of onlf 20 boys carried 4ha
Durueu tor junior unless in foot-
nail, DasketbsU, bsseDall, track
and field sports, and swimming.
Fred Rsybourne the onlvfnur-int.
ter wmner, won -awaraa in foot
bal, basketball, b a s e b a 1 1 nrt
track and field. Gilbert, Smith al also
so also won awards in three anortu
(football, ba sketball, base baseball)
ball) baseball) and in addition was named
by Coach Brown as the "Athlete of
me xesr." AS such his name- will
be engraved on the plaque donat donated
ed donated hy. the local lodga of .(Elica to
we vouege several years ago.
The folowink" athlete won ''."a
wards in two s ports : Alfonso Black
all t football, haakethall v jnnk
Cirero, David, Hilliard, and, Rob-
en urvia, (football,- basketball).
Victor Higgins. William Home.
and -Richard Richter ffootbau.
track, and field), Ramon Quezada
(basketball, track and field), and
tionn jensuns ( swimmintr. irari
Land field). The onei sport ; award
wmneri were as fouowsc wuuam
Coffey, Larry Irwin, Peter Lang,
james Morns, Jonn schmuit. Rod
ney Seeley. Frank Smith, and
Charles Wibel (footbaU),- LouU
Cbarled. Lee Cotton. Raul Swalm.
Dean Washburn, and Joe Wood
(baseball) Dorm an Fulton. Vinicio
MendenhalL ami Charles Morris
Ryan and William Hatchett (swim
Antonio Noboa also won an' a
wared for serving ss manager of
um AasketDail team. while Erie
Samamego won a similar award
for his work :aa manager ef the
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Sixteen students wow awards In
two separata) areas, while) Mrs. Ni
na Kosik and Patricia' Steiner
each won four, awards including
two in athletics, in three separate
Diablo Camera. Club;
LPIans Colo r Mo vlor
For Thursday High!
A double' feature holiday spe
cial will be abowa at the Diablo
Camera Club tomorrow evening;.
The two 1mm sound and color
film, entitled -Remo the Mag
nificent" and "-"Our Mr. 8utj'
which wlu be presetned are au
perb studies of the human heart persons The Philippines
aiid circulatory system -of the ; been stricken fa the mfluensa
body, and the sun. Directed by 'wdemie bow rsgiag through the
rrank Capra. these XUma are ex- was esurosted tod a v.
eellentty done and are hlrhly, ff. 1 deaths have been re re-educatlooal
educatlooal re-educatlooal as wll as enleruin- .I-. v. J
in - e. I Thailand reported its Tint Inflo
Quests arc cordial!- bivlteit to,authmtia battled a second inva-
atteiul the show The nwetina i
will begin prorrpOy at 7:53 p.m. PhUippin medical aathoritVes
and will be ta the camera club's launched ""Operation Flu" in ala ala-riew
riew ala-riew auditorium. buUdtno; 6003. at ila a bouse-to-hovu surrey U
the Canal end of Walker Avenue discover end bespiuiue ail unre unrein
in unrein Diabia Height 'ported, ease
Take a Jungle Jjm Jaunt Boat
Excursion to the i San Bias Is-) 1
lands. THE FIRST OF A SERIES
OF WEEK-END TRIPS TO SAN
- BLAS BY BOAT. Leaves Balbea
J pier 17, 7:00 a.m. Friday, Mayp
31st. Return to Cristobal Sunday
evening ; 5:00 p.m.. June 2nd.
$48.00 each parson, Leevee
Strangers Club, Colon 10:00 p.,
: m. May 3 1 sr. $45.00 each per-
sonor those who are interested
: in going through the Canal only,..:
the price is $7.00 including
. lunch. First night aboard', the
cruiser i "Pascadera." : '. Second
. night h spent at San Bias' Islands
Hotel; Don't forget your camera :
and awim suit. Far further in- r
formation see Jungle Jim at He-
tel Eli-Panama or phone Panama'
3-1660 days or 3-1326 nights.
US TELEVISION MEANS FINE
SIRVICI TV -LOCAL service
r calls $2.50, call before 7 p.m. for
"same day service. Phone 2-461 6.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; Boats; 30 foot
i cruiser 275 hp, Hall Scott an-
, gina, in excellent condition. Also
22 .foot cruiser with Dodge en-.
' fine, needs some repairs. Telei'
.phone Balboa 4143. f
Cloudbursts eontinusA t lUhnTtsaeo
flood -; stricken sections nf th
Southwest todav. whern ahnnt 1.
000 persons have bean f n r a
At Inset twA 44k.
blamed oa 1he swirline waters
from, flash floods in -Texas, Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, Arkansas and. Missouri.
: More ,lhan B.OOO persons driven
from, their homes at Dallas and
on wortft during the t weekend
remained in temporary shelters
aa the Trinity River continued its
VOp to, 10V4 Inches f r a 'n
flooded the little town ef Sabi Sabi-rial.
rial. Sabi-rial. Tax., west of Sen Antonio,
and.aboHrt 7 Inches fell at Well-,
man, -southwest of Lubbock.
. A Ul-lnch deluee at San An.
tonio touched off flash floods that
forced, some 200 persons to flee
their homes. At least 12 'persons
u appea in ueir nomes by the
sudden, floods were rcsruiul hv
-A levee on the Trinity' River
broke-south of .Dallas,-inundating
valuable farmland and v flooding
some homes. - !' ... t
: United Pres' photogrsher Jer Jerry
ry Jerry McNeill helped rescue four
persons stranded In tree tops-. Jo
the rural area. McNeill "was ; a a-board
board a-board a rescue boat cruising- the
The flood victims were John Sy Sy-rlng,
rlng, Sy-rlng, 7, washed from a truck in a
culvert south of San Antonio,- and
Nathan E. Harris. 40. Cook's
Rsmp, Ark., who drowned, in the
Arkansas River when a horse he
was riding was swept away.
Serious floodinf we a report eel
alone the Arkansas River as the
flood crest relied toward Fort
Smith, Ark. ,
; In Oklahoma, about 50 roads
were closed by high water and
washouts, and highway engineers
dumped fill along the banks of
Lake Texoma tiear Durant, Okla.,
in an exiort to ssve the U.S. 70
bridge, across the Washita River.
Floodwatera also 'spilled over
rtfJh Delta land In southeastern
Missouri after levees on the Mis Missouri
souri Missouri and St, Francis rivers
broke; v ;
: FieeeJ' etamete ht the f r
faros waa ceuntod in the mll mll-liona
liona mll-liona ef eVallars.
Shower and Isolated thunder thunderstorms
storms thunderstorms were reported during the
morning from eastern New Mexi
co and Texas north into the Da-
kotas. Showers and thunder thunderstorms
storms thunderstorms also occurred in the East
along -the coast from New Eng England
land England tp Florida. : .
A cool Ait mass from Canada
overspread the entire eastern
third of the nation today, caasing
light frost In the extreme North
wbea readings plunged into the
30s in the upper Crest Lakes region..-
.-' v "-: ;
Flu Epidemic Rages
Through Far East
MANILA May 2 (UP Some
enia esses while Jspanese health i
sion of the diaesse. I
WANTID: An experienced op-1-
; orator, must speak snglisn. Call
.Curundu Beauty Shop, 2113.,
: WANTED: Factory spaced 50
x 50 meters with office, store-
. room and packing apace in Pa'
., ama City. Write Box 4941, Pan-
: Sma. R..-P. ,):': ..:
'I : "i 1 f "- I.' l.l ll. t
'WANTED: Air conditioner.
, adding machine, Venotian blinds.
Call Panama 2-5474.
...WANTED s One or two room a-
r partment with bathroom.., Phone
1-1891 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30
a.m. and from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. i
WANTED Want to place ax-;
'Calient cook, cannot live In.
FOR SALE! Modern home.
Three bedrooms! two bathrooms,'1:
: large -kitchen,- living room and
dining room,.- porches on i side, i
rear and front of house, maid's
room, hot and cold watar, situat situated
ed situated at top of Santa Rita. Moun Mountain
tain Mountain altitude 860 feet .Always
cool, only 20 minutes drive from
the city of Colon. Priced to aell.
' Telephone Colon 43
Slashed To Death
Cy College Youlh
NEW YORK. May 29 -(UP)-A
21-yearHld college .student, who
underwent mental observation- last
year,- beat and slashed his father
to death in the family home today
and then told his mother about it
on the telephone, police 'reported.
Anthony Giordano, a Brooklyn
college political science major,
answered the telpehone when his
mother called from work. He told
ner ne nan just- Kuiea ms joDiess
father Franks 51, and tht called
. wnen nonce arrived v at tne
Brooklyn residence, they found
young Giordano emerging from
the basement. ; hh was covered
from head to foot with blood, po
lice said, land' was seized after a
brief scuffle. v,'-4 1 r-
The father's -body- was found In
pool of blood in the cellar. Po
lice said his head had been
smashed and his wrists slashed,
length of wood and several, razor
blades were near the body, police
Mrs. Girodano told polite her
son underwent observation at the
Kings Park :jState Hospital last
Civil Rlghb Bill
Will Reach Floor
WASHINGTON May t ( UP)
Sen. William F. Knowland (Calif)
promised today that Republicans
would make determined efforts to
get the controversial. civil rights
bill to the Senate floor as soon as
the House passes it. ,
The Senate GOP leader talked
to reoorteri : following a White
House legislative conference.
Meantime.' there was heated de
bate over the JegUlation on the
Knowland said "several alterna
tive moves" are being considered
to prevent the bill from bogging
down : indefinitely in committee.
"We -don't intend to delay until
the closings weeks of the session."
be added. j ; - 4
House Republican Leader Jo
seph W. Martin (Mass) ssid the
House bill will go to the floor for
general debate June a tnrougn
June 18. He predicted the House
will pass it by dune 12 or IX
Back Into WHO
LONDON, Msy 28 (UP) Ro
mania is preosring to rejoin the
United Nations World Health Or
ganisation after a seven-year ab
sence. Radio Bucharest said yes
Romania xuned the agency in
June, .148, and left early in 1950
along with most of the other So Soviet
viet Soviet satellite countries.
All but Hungary. Cxechoslovskia.
Byelorusia and the Ukraine have
rejoined in recent months.
' : : c3fO 2-2374
Till 10:OQ ojru
TV RADIO HI
(AH Kork Caaranteed)
WANTED A bilingual sacra.
tary .with experience for tern tern-'
' tern-' perary position. Must be able to
take dictation In both languages.
, Fleasa do not apply If you can't can't-.
. can't-. fill these, .requirements. '- United
'Artists, Calls 30 y Ave. Cuba.
WANTED: Experienced house-'
keeper-cook.' Sleep in." Roferv
' ences required.- No.'' 11,46 St.
La Crests (or No. 11 Jose Ga-
- brial Duque, ia Crestal
TwANTED: Want to fjnd work'
. for -excellent maid,: 'Available'
' the 1st of June. Mrs.' Newport,
Tel.' 2-3IS. C
New Spanish course for English-
speaking people at University of
'.) Panama from June 3 to July 18,
1957. Classes In morning hourt t.
.1, on i Monday, -Wednesday and
' Thursday.-, Beginners t et 3 :30;
Intermediate. 9 :3 0; f advanced v
r 10:30' a,m, Emphasis on con-
-. venation.- Registration at Sacra--
tary'a Office. r
Past and practical Spanish-course i
(for foraignersl.'V For- Informa-
. tion phone 3-2828, Panama.
Found neer nfert Sfft Lorense
white f and .'gray ..'curly- haired
.female dog.; Dark air tips and
tail. Phone 5-466, Catun. 1
Kills Mother, Son,
NEW YORK'May 29 (UP) A
rejected suitor shot and killed a
52 -year-old woman and her son to-
day add then shot: himself in the
chest, police said. i
' 1 i I f l I A
,'Emil IacubouskL It 50-year-old
house painterr'wai in -critical con con-ditiom.
ditiom. con-ditiom. u Kings -County Hospital
in Brooklyn Police identified his
two. vctimt as Mrs Veronica Par Parry
ry Parry and, her son John, 32. r''
Iacubouski and V Mrs. Parry.
both, of whom" .were estranged
from' their mates, had been keep keeping
ing keeping company for 18 months before 4
they broke" iip at the insistence 1
of her son. Police said the painter
became enraged 'When Mrs. Parry
had him -served with a summons
yesterday to keep him from both
Iacubouski v entered the ; Parry
apartment from i window off a
fire escape, police said,' and killed
Parry after a-.nrief struggle in
the Lving room, Then he shot V
Mrs". Parry, jvho wai in the bed
room. Before shooting himself, he
picked up the-telephone and told,
the operator; t-"I just, shot two7
people." j i
Speaks For Unity, ;
Even Under Pope v
WOLVERHAMPTON, itng." Ma j
29 (UP) Dr, Geoffrey Fisher,
the archbishop of Canterbury. c
cused the Roman Catholic Church
in Britain Monday night of waging
an "open war-' against the cnurcn
of England. -.. (
rHch ef Enqland reJ -A
late t eld a conference ef
. .-.chmen here he would like
to see all the churches of t h S),
world bound together In one
body, perhaps -with Pope Plus ",
XII as a chairman.
- ... -r j i" ,- r v : -'.
"If the Pope would Eke to eome
in as cnsirman oi a Joint council
of churches we should iH w e l l-come
come l-come him," he ssid., s
But be said the Roman Catholic
Church in BriUin -was "hostile'
to the established Church of Eng England
land England and did not work with it as
Catholics work together with other
churchmen in Europe..
.. . .. ;
Tkert is a lot of direct hostiH-
ty to the church, led, I am sorry
to ssy, by the Roman Catholics in
this country," he said. "The Ro Roman
man Roman Catholic Church in Britain
fk waging an open war- against
the Church of England, unlike
its friendly counterparts of the
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..VEDNESDAY, MAT 29, 1957
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through Island Park. N.Y. They ride a real sporta car,
signed for use in back yards and off-street play areas. PoweroB
by a gasoline engine with automatic transmission, the 80-inch
car's speed can bo adjusted from 5 to 30 miles per hour. Tho
body is molded of one-piece celanese resin. Battery-operated
lights, pneumatic tires and vinyl-rovered foam-rubber seats
add t the realism. Engine in rear affords easy access.
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PANAMA, R. P.r WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1957
$80 Million To Army's
Movement To Restore
WASHINGTON, May 29 (UP)
President Elsenhower suffered a
first-round defeat in the military
,budget battle today when the
House rejected an attempt to re restore
store restore 80 million dollars of the pared-down
With the economy bloc firmly
In control, the House overrode
House Republican leaders and vot vot-'
' vot-' ed 145 to 113 to defeat a proposal
by Rep. Gerald R. Ford (R-Mich.)
to restore a little more than half
of a 150 million dollar slash in
On the showdown veto, ,many
conomy-mindtd rank and file
Republicans bolted th leader leader-a
a leader-a hip and opposed the-1 Ford
The action was a setback for
the Eisenhower forces in the
House who hoped to restore $344,-
500,000 of the $2,587,000,000 trim- tion of the cuts the best they could
med from the big military money
bill by the House Appropriations
However, the House then ap
proved with no audjble objection
an amendment to let the Army
use 10 million dollars in .unspent
funds to continue its training pro
The vote came only hours after
the President had told GOP con
gressional leaders he was disap disappointed
pointed disappointed with their decision to fight
for the restoration of only about
one-fourth of the $1,274,000,000 in
cuts he regards as "crippling" to
the armed forces.
But the Republican leaders told
the chief executive that the "real "realities"
ities" "realities" of the congressional econo economy
my economy drive made a partial restora-
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The President : originally" asked
for $36,128,000,000 to run the Army,
Navy, and Air Force in the ; new
fiscal year starting July But
the committee clashed .this total
In trimming the military budg
et. the committee slashed the $3,'
400,000,000 request for the opera
tion of the'. Army to 3,i45,zoo,oou.
About 150 million dollars of this
cut was regarded by the admini administration
stration administration was vital. h ,
Before voting on the Ford pro proposal,
posal, proposal, the House rejected, 151 to
32, a proposal by Rep. Leon Gavin
(R-Pa.) to restore the lull 150 mil million
lion million dollars of the Army slash.
The crucial vote followed an
impassioned plea by House ? Re Republican
publican Republican Leader Joseph W. Martin
Jr. (Mass.) who said that thejeom thejeom-mittpp
mittpp thejeom-mittpp aooroved cuts would force
'drastic readjustments" in; t B e
"If war comes," he aid, "I
To Open Clayton's i
Jadwin Hall Tonight
Tonight at 8 p.m. the curtain
raises on "Buttr spirit r ai on,
Clayton's Jadwin Hall.
This will be a first night in two
respects. The Noel Coward comeay
will be the first production of the
Caribbean Players, and also the
first production to appear on the
stage of Jadwin au, me newiy newiy-designated
designated newiy-designated old Fort Clayton Thea-
Formal dedieaUon ceremomes oi
Jadwin HaU will he new at 7:ia
p.m. tonignt prior w uie upemug
performance of the play.- Col. Pe
ter S. Peca, commanding ouicer,
Fort Clayton, will make tne aeai aeai-cation.
cation. aeai-cation. Many military and Canal
Zone dignataries have been issued
invitations to attend.' Following the
ceremonies they will see the piay.
f Reservations for the remaining
performances of "Blithe Spirit to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and Friday can be. made
by calling Fort XJlayton 4149 or
wouldn't want this on my soul."
But Rep. .George H. Mahon (D (D-Tex.),
Tex.), (D-Tex.), chairman of the House Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations subcommittee -which
drafted the bill, joined other com committee
mittee committee members in scoffing at
Ren. Daniel A. Flood (D Pa.)
told Martin' that the military bud
get cut would not mean "cutting
one single uniformed member of
the armed services."
SAN. ) FRANCISCO, May 29
(UP) A sailor shot and killed
an officer and injured' two other
men today and fled to the ship's
bridge where: he held a hostage
for sue hours before surrender
The pleadings of his mother,
two Navy chaplains and a Ma
rlne officer finally caused 1 the
bespectacled fugitive, Jimmie L
Henderson. 21. of Marin City.
Calif., to give up. He handed his
.AS automatic pistol to Catholic
chaplain Cmar Herman N,
1 Henderson, ahnild appearinr
Negro, had been court martiaiea
. He was brought ashore from
the attack ; transport U.S.S.
Uvalde and hustled into a
waiting Navy sedan that took
him to the Treasure Island
.! Henderson's mother. Mrs. Mar
garet H end e rson, had been
broueht from nearby Marin City
to help the Navy chaplains try to
coax tne young sailor down.
"He had the eun m his nent
hand all the time we were up'
there and I got pretty nervous at
point,"? Chaplain Schnurr
.""I just kept talking about any anything
thing anything that popped into my head.
I hadn't had breakfast yet and
neither had Henderson, so I kept
asking him if he. didn't want to
Truck Driver Who Blew 64G Query
Back On TV With Wife On His Arm
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NEW YORK, May 29 (UP) Al
Einfrank, the Los Angeles truck
driver who blew the $84,000 s ques question,
tion, question, returned to the TV quiz wars
this week with his wife on his
arm, but ashes in his mouth.
Einfrank, a geography expert,
lost his relatives, his friends and,
he thought, his wife last January
when he missed the top question
on "The $64,000 Question." He
even had to sell his Cadillac con
solation prize to help pay ." some
This .Sunday, Al came back to
TV as a contestant on "the 164,000
Challenge." His wife came back,
too Saturday. j
Time ran out before Einfrank
got a question to answer Sunday
night. He'll return next week to
"I was the loneliest man in the
world after I missed that ques question,"
tion," question," said Al today. "But even
though I lost the money.. I lost a
bunch of hungry relatives and
fair-weather friends. If I win any anything
thing anything now, my relatives can go to
hell I'd rather give the money
to charity first" v v
Al, a 57-year old truck driver
for Douglas Aircraft whose take take-home
home take-home pay is $65 a week, reached
the $32,000 level Jan! l after
knocking off a series of questions
on geography. On Jan. 8, he de
cided to go for tne big one.
"You should have seen all the
relatives that turned up at that
show." said Al, "all of them look
ing for a hand-out. People I hadn't
seen in years. That last week, I
didn't get any sleep, I couldn't
eat, they wouldn't even let me go
to the bathroom,
"They all kept hollering 'Quit
now, Al. Quit while you got $32, $32,-000.
000. $32,-000. Don't be a fooL Al, can you
spara me $500?' j
"They kept stepping on my
toes, poking me, I got sore, ; mad,
disgusted and sick at heart, five
brothers were after me and ;. U
other in-laws. I think there were
63 relatives after me. Even if
won, it only would have : meant
Wheit'AI get into the isolation
booth, he didn't care what hap
ponod. "I wont in that booth dis disturbed
turbed disturbed and when I misted that
question, I said to myself--. 'I'm
8ld, I'm lad," said Al.
Al sold the Cadillac for $6,000,
He gave $500 to his wife, $500 to
uie Hungarian ireeaom iigmeri
and paid off $2,500 worth of debts
He bought a second hand Olds
mobile and drove home alone.
"People all acnoss the country
were wonderful to me," said Al,
"but I got real sick in Tucson,
Ariz., and had to be put in an
oxygen tent in the- county hospl
It was like a volcano had .blown
up in my iieari. ,.
1 left the hospital- after six
days and drove back to L.A. and
got my old job back and the guys
at Douglas were Just great. But
not one word from my relatives
or my fair weather friends. And
for four months, not a word from
my wife. I felt sick inside.
"But I had misconstrued about
my wife. She was just taking care
of our daughter and grandchildren
and son-in-law outside of Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. They were all sick, i;
"So when I sot word last Thurs
day that I was going to be on
'Challenge,' I called her up and
said 'What goes? Who's more
important after 32 and a half years
of marriage me or my son-claw?"
She cam into New York
on. Saturday," :,
' "The noof kid was frlehtered.
looking down at the Marines and
the guards on the masts, all with
guns. He kept saying 'I'm scared.
I'm scared.' Finally... he said if
ms mother would come ever he
would give himself up.
1 Henderson, dispensing clerk
third class, was busted to sea
man and sentenced to four
. months in the brir yesterdav
for possession of another man's
wrist watch. ..,
He was accused of findine the
watch and failing to return it to
sue ngnuui owner.
The sailor's anger over his sen
tence boiled over this morning.
Armed with a wrench, ha went
to the ship's bridge and sluvcxed
Motor Machinist's Mate sc Jo
seph H. Verbeek, 22, Oakland,
canr., wno was on watch.
Henderson grabbed verbeek's
.45 automatic pistol and raced to
the officer's section of the ship.
' He entered the room of Ens.
Arthur? L. Morris, Henderson'
division officer aboard ship. He
fired twice, hitting Harrison
once in the abdomen and once
1 in the arm. , v
" The wounded man stumbled
out of. the room and called to
another officer that he had been
shot The alarm was sounded and
the shin was awakened, but by
this, time Henderson had taken
an enlisted man as hostage to
the bridge of the 13,000- ton
transport. M' i
At 8 a.m. Chaplain Schnurr
walked calmly ud to Henderson
on the bridge and began talking
to him. He was joined later by
anotner cnapiain. hi. J.G. veru
During the moming hours Hen
derson steadfastly refused to
come down and clung to his Pi
tol, which officers surmised still
contained four bullets.
He, shouted that he wanted
publicity," and he was getting
it. Scores of newsmen and
photographers stood out el
gunshot range near, the pier.
Occasionally Henderson's head
could he seen over the edge oi
the bridge, which rises 30 feet
above the deck and extends the
width of the ship. The Uvalde
was tied up at a finger-shaped
pier, on the Oakland side of
Treasure Island In San Francisco
Bay.,.- . '.-..:,
. "We had a thousand chances
to shoot him down if we want wanted
ed wanted to, said Capt. Robert Ok
Beer, skipper of the Uvalde. 1
;, ; -vvi
During the time that Hender
son was holding out a dozen Na Navy
vy Navy and Marine sharpshooters
were stationed In the ship's rig-.
King and on the deck and pier,
waiting to open fire if ordered, i
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ON THE LOOKOUT Carrying: their weapons, awo, Haitian
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partisans who had roiled telenhone poles onto the main high'
way in and around Port-Au-Prince; After? 24 hours of violent
fighting between Army factions seeking control of the. country,
Prof. Daniel Fignole was sworn in as, provisional President
, v :- ; , of Haiti., . ,?
Fjghble Gabiriet Picked
To Draw Foreign ..Capital
' PORT, AU PRINCE. May 29
(UP) 'Provisional presiden.
Daniel Fignole-appointed a cab
inet-today to administer a pro
gram which be hopes will attract
foreign capital to nam.
Five of the 10 posts in the new
cawnet went to "supporters oi
Fignose's campaign for the pres presidency.
idency. presidency. The key ministries of in
terior, defense and ; justice
representing control or tne po
lice, the army and the courts
all went to F'gnoits.
The other five nortfolios were
divided among supporters of
presidential .candidates Fran Francois
cois Francois Duvallier and Clement Ju-melle.
Louis DeJoie, the only major
contender in tthe notiyTiougnt
presidential race who is not rep represented
resented represented in the .new, cabinet,
charged, last night that it is "il "illegal
legal "illegal and unacceptable to the
Dejoie predicted the Fignole
regime will not last even for the
month which has been the aver-
age life expectancy of Haitian
governments since president, Paul
E. Magloira was overthrown ; in
December: .- j':i" :v"''iv1"-
Hgnole coupled the announce announcement
ment announcement of his,, cabinet appoint appointments
ments appointments with an appeal for foreign
capital to help rebuild Haiti's
Foreign observers noted i that
the Finance ministry was" the
only key cabinet post not held by
.... H -f
'!" They surmised that the pro provisional
visional provisional president would like to
avoid direct responsibility for
the touchy task of patching to together
gether together thia country's finances.'
The new ministers are: f
. Foreign Affairs: pr.. Josef Bu-j
teau. a noted physician. v
Interior nad Defense; Leonce
Justice: Seymour Lamothe.
vain; former jdean of the Haitians
Finance:. Carlet Auguste, whe
held -the same post from 1043 to
i Economy:-Anthony Ervilus.
Public Health: Dr. Hants Liau-'
taud. J !; w v
Agriculture: Emanuel Amboise,
an engineer. ,-
Commerce: Francois Latortue,
financial adviser of the Bank of
Haiti., t - j
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