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. IX r:DEPB3KI BAIIY NEWSPAPER
"ef fta people know the truth end the ternary Ueefe' Abrmhem lined.
V 't-f i ' i
PANAMA, K. P., FRIDAY, MAY 31, .1957
V CANADIAN VIIISKY
i i i
A change in the Canal' policy of assisting Panama
merchants in collecting accounts from delinquent employes
was discussed recently' in an informal meeting between
Canal officials and representative of Manama's Chamber' Chamber'-of
of Chamber'-of Commerce. '- ; " 1
i tive burden involvlngfxcesaive
r : i -. ... ...
The outcome of the meeting
was that the Canal agreed ; to
defrr action until September I,
At the meetinsr they -pointed
ear duiuu uiiwi u v -.jvr fh. w"r nf -thi ODin
at the request. or uie
recourses normally available tor
the- settlement ol disputed c-
it is understood
some Panama merchants are
discusslnsr plana .- for a retail
credit a ?ency which would assist
in keeping track of creditors.
.In the past, the canal organ
'inn has sent letters to em-
: f s who have been delinquent
. i nying. ineir D"ia to rw"
rniints should br sufficient.
The Canal did agree to defer
any change in previom proce procedures
dures procedures until Sept 1. t'
It was emphasized tnac m
f!omrjlianr.e of its employes with
1 h.TTr; indehtedness the Canal admin-
v r istration will still take action to
ace in i iav outii -
In some cases, the first l'Ater
l 'S been followed by other let let-its
its let-its or e,ven personal interviews
v t h the canal employe, end
casionally, disciplinary action
'riding to discharge has been
Civil Service Regulations pro pro-V.'e
V.'e pro-V.'e for the dismissal of "dead
Canal officials feel that trw
lng Imposes a heavy adroinlstra-
" t Tl
its I ;u
I .v.. ;i 'n stu-
. .. .rds attacking
v canaries. Rescu Rescu-"
" Rescu-" birds from the at-
men Drougni viic
k to the school
in the iMew York operations, -' de
veloping and installing a maritime
safety program for the Panama
Canal Company's steamship, pier
ana office operations,
and smith was born in New York
' Ill . i .'niAiiol It... u.1lt..
.,v- A 1 hAf t. A Knil3 6bhii.uuu UUIII VUC inuillITlOCfl
, Vi', "? '1''t; ht also been teaching -safety en-
t.ilis's f irst problem was wnavgineertng at ew York Universi-
do bfcv 1 1 rds eai ,ana now u(iy. ne a eraauaie Of toe new
you tp;d them? After expert- (York State & Maritime Academy
rnentir r vi:h. different types of and a Navy veteran of World War
foods t n s ds and, sundry bugs, II. Before the war, he worked
he fo'iu 1 t at bite size bananas with the "General Electric Compa-
Slay In India,
Bui tens Rbmsnce-
l NEW DELHI, May 31 (UP)
iThft Jnrtian Government has
granted Italian movie director
Roberto Rossellini a -, three three-montlK
montlK three-montlK extension of his visa to
complete a. documentary film of
this country,, it was announced
today, ; v . t
Informed Sources aaid ROssel
llni was given the visa extension
oncondition he stay away from
Sonali .Ds Gupta. 27-yeaH-old
mother of two.- with whom ne
has been linked romantically
it- wo unriArstnnrt t.hnt the
cases of excessive debt or hon-, Italian Embassy had; assured the
Indian External Affairs Depart Department
ment Department that Rossellini would com comply
ply comply with the fdlct that lie steer
wear or eonaa. ;
'Rossellini id married to actress
Tnprlri Berfltma". and Sonali la
the; wife of Indian movie direc director
tor director Harrl Da? Gupta. She Js en engaged
gaged engaged as a script writer on Ros Rossellini
sellini Rossellini 'a film, and they had been
living in adjacent, rooms hi the
plush Taj Mahal Hotel in Bom Bombay.
bay. Bombay. ;,
t Stories off their reported V ro romance
mance romance broucht considerable un
favorable attention throughout
India. althoueh most newspa
pers published nothing about it
Kosseum suw eonau were
ported at one point ready to di divorce
vorce divorce their respective spouses.
but all concerned later denied
? Sonali. however, has left her
husband ani he has not decid
ed what to do about divorce
-.v, li, v"i r uiairi3' thaWtba
Indian Joeauty 4r.merely an em employe
ploye employe and that his sole Interest
now is to complete his film work
in India. ,r ...
only afier legal action has been
taken by the creditors mvoivea,
low Panama Csnal
Arrives On Isthmus
', Warren H. Smith, who will suc succeed
ceed succeed Gayl O. Kellar" as "Chief ? of
the Safety' Branch of the Panama
Canal Company the end of June,
has arrived en the Isthmus.
Kellar is resigning and will
leave July ( to make his home in
Phoenix, Arii v
, Smith has been a member of the
Canal organization, at. supervising
safov encmcer,' since 'April 15,
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OPENING SHOT OF-1957 TEST SERIES The firball of the first 'nuclear explosion of the
1857: test -series lights up the sky afr; the .Nevada Proving Grounds. The nuclear device was
set off atop a 6500-foot steer tower, which It vaporized. Scientists estimated the' explcslon
aa equal to the force of 10,000 tons o( TNTj half as powerful as the atomic bombSt dropped
on Japan in World War II. -..- s ;
14 PariCanal Employes. Bow Out lnf May;
Retiring eripoWy -vRairk UpJ 310 Years
r. ps ary to teed the birds sixj He is married and has 'a daugh-
v hiph 1 p
e y; i i
rr a i
f y: ; a P"
f : r a i
rnr of t.
Cat t. o
so iiy !"
su't cf :
f av. lnciuame wwi iier." vaierle. nine.
fed each bird with nj- Kellar has been with the Pana Pana-r.
r. Pana-r. f. ; ma. Canal since 1940; all of his
, v birds to sit on w?: J r"11 rfajr.VHis
, rAMated--D, W31tJOU w saiety w-
nf thi Instruction. I "c uctueu me
; fit: gH. the branch since .wa, estab-
: p idea. Now they pr- t; ,j
. nit Bny prompwng
- ant is currently f-
r?e of flying instruc-
t.n cs. one comment,
ent living session, by
barracks' wags 'was
serg -int might al-
s-.;1 his tn-ds as a re-,
, r entry given
..o is nappy riap-!
Traffic 1 DeaihsV
Fourteen Canal organization em-. Mr;' and Mrrl Andrest have not. Mots :wa born U. Perry,: Okla.,
ployes. who .together had a-total! decided on where they will- tnake'and; was employed M 1933 as a
at .810 years nl. Canal s e r v 1 c,
were retired during May nd were
'I hose, retiring, their position
and leneth of service ioliow.' W. ;
Kyle C, Andress, towing I i e o-
mouve operator, pacific locks; 11
years, two month and tnree days.
Homer V. crooks, sergeant,: po
lice Division; ;.: 29 years, ,. five
months and 25 days. ; ; :;,
Julius M. Culpepper, -air mail
tour foreman, Postal Division; 28
years, one month and one day.
James W. Grey, supervisory car
go assistant, .Terminals Division:
43 year, three months and 18
days. .i ..' i .,'.,t.
Expert Says Only;;
Used Al Raccirack
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i New York ballistics "expert liaymond Li. ;HenaricJtsonren-
Shellev Braverman' gave tesU-,iqr iowdo master, jwavigauon in-
CHICAGO, May Sr (UPJ (UPJ-The
The (UPJ-The nation's Memorial Day traf traffic,
fic, traffic, toll droPDed sharnlv below
sr erne wi a TTnjt.j uccn seaic
Pives com-! M ",r ? :aZV? 2I ??0"a opened unUl the defense asks for
----- cnii . "c"io uuruie uie pe-iu .
:eant tSOUSiriod whe th Nat1nna, ffa-.I.., --
monv. la orenminary hearings
vesterdav that ruled out a tneory
that more than one mcanine gun
was used in the assassination of
President Jose Antonio Remorx.
Braverman appeared In -the
Second SuDerlor court of Pana-
ma which has been conducting
hearings into-certain phases 01
the crime at Juan Franco Race
track .on Jan 2, 1955. Besides the
late President, three other men
were killed In the shooting.
Braverman also Identified tne
Oermac-ma'de Schmeisser ma
chine run as the weapon de
scribed In the Indictment.
Lie-detector expert RuaseU
Chatham also testified yester
dav. However, as the American
was called by defense counsel for
Ruben O. Miro alleged trig
ger-man his testimony has
been sealed and will not be
wvuiiuu cxpccia 120.
-The Memorial Day
Tomorrow win be the last day
ri 1 1 ran 1 ...
sliehtlv higher thn i. on wtnen preummary wswmony
holiday average -oi fs foT". stJJl -liar
period. nijMMiro. v
. Dearborn uM Artvr J Some tlme ago, a period or
- ,'J. 1 'CI
i, May 31
, .. f w wed 93 persons killed in traf
-anlzation "c. ded in plane wrecka 32
r rent of drownjr nd '5 deaths In mlv
ni'a was cellaneous mishaps for a total
-n reported Illinois had the worst traffic
C ;bodia, record with 11 deaths.
irawak, Pennsylvania and California
,.h Hong came next each with 10 high high-,
, high-, I way fatalities. . -.
"Let's keep It up over the "n 1,val,c of Ctual
weekend," he pleaded. j txl1
will be set before laU August or,
vision: 16 years., If days.
' Henry C. HoU, track foreman,
Railroad Division: 24 years, three
montns, ana u days.
Duncan Laird." boatbuilder. In
dustrial Division; 13 year,; nine
months, and 12 days. v
(.Thomas Latro, lockm aster, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Lock; 26 years, 11 months
ana ia xiays, '.- ;
Georse Carter Orr. ciDeline suc
tion dredge operator. Dredging Di
vision; 27. years, eight montns,
and 23 days. .- v w,,..
XJeorge W. f arker, control house
operator, Pacific Locks; 24 years
and ten day. -v
Mrs. Margaret' Peterson, fiscal
accounting clerk, Industnal Divl
sion; 20 years, 10 months and tnree
Louis Pierobon. lead foreman.
Sheetmetal Shop, Maintenance Di
vision! 17 years, two montns, and
17 days ; 4
Mrs. Florence warren Kobinette,
clerk. Commissary Division; 14
years, nine months, and six days.
George b. Zimmerman, jocamaa-
ter, Atlantic Locks; 28 years, four
months, and is dsys. .
, K native ef Fen Lauderdale,
FU. Andress jund th Canal
rganixatiwt in 1942 ar1 a ship shipwright
wright shipwright in tha farmer Belbea Belbea-hop.
hop. Belbea-hop. With ahert breaks In' -Ms
service', he held Ht same i i-tiM
tiM i-tiM during meat ef the years ef
his service end In 1951 .wee
transferred e the Atlantic side
as an empleye el the Industrial
Division. He was transferred te
the ctfit Leeks to January el
this year, and was empleyed as
a tewing lecemertve epersrer up
te the time el his. retirement.
their future home after" his 'retire. VacH foreman with th Panama
ma i .; ( -wi.' j, :-v if ,"., iKfliiroarl Hn -fiat, been lead lore-
Crook vi -jhofn Island" Ci? im- with tht.-mhna&i; .Division
tyJ-Omi fand. served with, in VA. the -IaiJuilalaon; ajuL.lermi'
Army in w ruuiiuiw ,iiuua,.oi uuicoi iuu.c iJ. f n i
from 1917 to 1919. He later servea hoiz expects to maxe nu xuture
three years .with- the IJ.S.; Navy home in Ki6BimmefefFla f .-
and .came to the -Canal Zone in A native of Scotland, La i r d
1927' as a helper in the Balboa came to the United States in 1923
shoos. He ioined the Canal Zone and is a naturalized United States
Police force the following ,5 year citizen. He was employed by the
He.has been stationed. xrn both Canal organization in 1941 as a
sides of the Isthmus and baa held shipwright in the Cristobal Shoos.
the rank of sergeant since 1941. At (With the exception of short breaks
the time of his retirement, he- Was In his service, he remaine with
stationed in the Balboa District.- t ie same unit up to the time of
Set., and Mrs. Crooks, expect toiu. retirement and mn i&u W
make!their future home 4n Sanibeen a boat. builder in the Indus-
naiaei, iai. i .-, mat Division
HAVANA; May 3 U) president' Fulgencio Ba Batista
tista Batista today took over the military campaignngainitGibo'l
rebels. ; wU, ', v;j,, S,J
Army general headquarters disclosed anew general
operations command, headed by Batista, had been set up
to stamp out ,the rebel threat in Oriente province.
; Mai. Gen Francisco- TaBernilla also ?aid Caban
army reinforcements already hay been rushed into the
region., ,. ' ' V!': V.V
Tabernilla- said the plan 'of
operation by the new military
braintrust is designed to lorce
the rebels to stand and fisht.
He said the- strategy Will be car carried
ried carried out in "progressive" man
ner and indicated It mav be nec-
esary to evacuate farm families
ironk the trouhied area, f .
i)bserveri said th; evacua-:
n probably would be the
first step in setting up ae-call-ed
'.'death, aones." .1, After the
evacuation ef the civilians, a-,
my tropa. probably would be.
L ordered tr hx ipi kill (per.
' t -a. XJM ....... i ... I
reas, mey awn. f i
Tabernilla said the new6 oper
ations command was worked out
with Batista f th eeneraJ
staff, and intelligence and sup supply
ply supply units.' He said instructions
were relayed personally by Brig.
uen. suiogio cantiuo to sns
Gen.': Pedro Rodrigues Avila,
Oriente regimental commander.
A visit with the Panama Presl-
iBrown in Selena,.Ala.,;CulpPper After -big retirement. Laird plans !! "J".u ..Y.6 tte!
, aht.nnA w. ..u... .ki. "Q v'H imuvt fail I1BTO UCCH
Big Labor Rally
Set For AFCJME's
iIca rvMl with the'' XI. S. Armv rt
during the First .World War and h0me in the United States,. scheduled starting Monday for two
was. employed -for several yearsi Lutro was born in LebanooJ-PaU 3P.um(n 9riciu wh" ru?
as a postal clerk in Florida oe-land was employed in 1927 is -1 '"il:" --anai ong sunoay.
fore, he joined the Canal organiza-,'"" -KEF, .f th. St..! i. The officials, Arnold Zander, in-
tion in J929. He was a postal clerkrock- Ha tr.nsferred to the fo national representative of t h e
in the Cristobal Post Office 1 0 r.JrKSjJ? .lAFCSME, CIO-AFL and hU Jegal
nearlr;'20 Veare before ,b e in g a b im Sned to the ?ounscl- Jams CarroU' r com'
transferred to the Pacific side. He Jg, f Division aloS'oitraS ing.,her! ?B what has termd
SJSTSS Offi'in lofb.?l.km?PrS. 'very important mission",
the-Air Mail Field Office in tne, CiJ .
CivU Affairs Building, and. nas.--r;rir ij'a union officials-said today
been tour foreman there s l n ce r v, ,7,1; V;. ",tnat tney nave arranged for the vi-
1958. ; v ; ; V. J; SSZf ? 8,to" to meet Panama' President
After his retirement.. Mr. and
Mrs.' Culneooer plaa live ui,
pchlochnee, Ga. f
Grey was bern m NerteiK, vi.,
and wit with the U.S. Navy.
during the First Werld War. He
was emiMove at ciric wim
the former Jteceiving and For Forwarding
warding Forwarding Agency in Cristobal In
1923 and was premetad te ac
countant in 141. In 1951, he was
made storokoopor chockor in the
Terminals Divison and hai boon
supervisory traffic elork m that,,
unit sinco 1951.
After his retirement, he expects
ko make his 'home in Canoga Park,'
A, native of Bay Shore, u
Hendrickson was employed for a
number of years as a cargo mate
aboard the .Grace Liner Santa Lu
cia before joining the Canal orga organization
nization organization in. 1941 as bead stevedore
foreman In Balboa. He was trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Marine Bureau in
Born jn Detroit, Mich., Or r
came to the .Isthmus during the
construction day Tend is" a
member of a well-known I t h
mian family. Ho Wrked'as "a
clerk with 4ho Isthmian Canal
Commision', Ouartormastor Do Do-partmont
partmont Do-partmont in 1912 end was em employed
ployed employed with ; tho Pansmj Canal
in 1914 a4 a -mate on a pipeline
auction drodgo.' He roturnod to
the United State in 1921 and
was reemployed with the Canal
(Contianed en rar'lll
A jyoung. airman fror Albreoa
who-' anDarentlv can't keeo hir
motorcycle out of -trouble. 'today (
was cautioned by Balboa Magis
trate John E. Deming to keep out
oi court xrom now on,
This; shouldn't be hard for the 1
21-year-old defendant, Bonnie Lea
oweu. wno told tne judge he was ;
leaving, the Isthmus within twi
weeks.' t i
Powell was charged with failing
to report an accident webi occur- ;
red on Miraflores Bridge last
week while he was riding his mo- ;
torcycle. The Judge fined him $15, ; -but
then suspended the sentence, :
placing the airman on six months t
probation, and also imposing the ;
restriction mat roweu does "not .'
"drive or ride" his motorcycle
within that period. . t I
There were six other eonvie- :
lions, all involving PowelTs motor motor-cycler
cycler motor-cycler chalked up in the Balboa
courts uus year..
"If I remoke you? license." said ":
the Judge, ."you'll only insist on
riding around on the back end .of
someone else's cycle. '
When he found out that the de
fendant was only going to be here
Ioiw. a hi wen -i.aiua v l colllclH
Ernesto de la. Guardia- Jr., chat
with Governor-Potter and other
top Zone officials, and culminate for tw more weeks, he cautioned
uieir luur-aay siay wim a nig massimm to stay oil that cycle."
meeting at Cristobal on Tuesday) "If you do come before me 'a 'a-night.
night. 'a-night. -M ; Jain, you mav not be levin u
Bikes Jn Balboa
Kids seem "to be getting care
less. Or maybe if those pre-vsca-
tion dav blues.' ;
At any rate, four youngsters left
IMS as towboat master ana was uieir mercies lying around in tne
senior towboat master at the time Balboa area yesterday. Police re-
of his retirement. port they found three boys Dikes,
Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson in- and one girl's- bicycle which they
tend to return to Bay Shore after are now holding until the owners
hie retirement, -. come in to claim same.
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Silly Season Hcei Behind Calendar All Set To JPourice
By DOC OUICO
my til jt tP tomuwui mil n w
Baseball Cap Costs, ,hould
515 Court Price
KEW YORK, May 31 (UP) An
ominous note m some eispatrnes
warn us tait
around a corner -of
the calewisr. ready to pod nee is
tht annual hX westhrr news
br the silly aMn.
grabbed the fishy
back the nail, too.,
Thi was aM right. Rut if the
on had fully orrivod, the
tidi whn opnod would have
had in H stomach a clipping
irh rha Madlina: "CaW Danger
bug-j ows For Spcftar."
tor your convenience tn geumg
hrauebt Booked bv Ha chain to one ten
eie wa UDeramergau i woven.
which is waterproof, self-winding,
snd has a tiny alarm. Apparently
the octopus flipped the alarm
switch while reaching for Smith.
The aUrm was set for 4 o'clock.
"Lucky I didn't watt till 5 to go
diving. Smith said. ,
A baf"-a;i can turned out to t v r,.-. p.i. -ri j rt M h- iD wawto.)
be eofV.r Item to Earl B. Jan-L i ..'mrh.r, rr...':K-r- e iim. that rer-l KtnT.IMrNT. N. J.
niere. hb ra'.d'$!S for one to-jMlr place Bovale -rw-ntaia'taii to be reported whea tteFaciiael Liilipnt reported to police
day in th Crjtoba Magistrate's 'in .he renter of the citv. This is weatker be trim to bake end dayajthst she saw a large, luminous ob-
Co"rt. I.:n ck. But to be a trulT.cet parchy-drv: ..'. ject resembhng a grand piano.
WinrrtXrOOF. Me. A year keys should be, ia tne say.
by a polico who had caught him
thieving, AlpH Omega, e aide
how midgot, ran headlong into
e bowling emporium, tripped,
rolled down an alloy, and knock
od ever oight pins. "If I'd a a-boan
boan a-boan normal sizo I'd e got e
strike," ho Mid at he wa led
way. y it : t
- '. u"!
TYm r.r.ari-M PanlTn.nlan i- ;. V -.
was T 1 c-:.t? or tteaiir.r a nav fcd to be r.ttrag ia the foua-
NEW YORK Thirty monkey
and a huge tropical bird mysteri mysteriously
ously mysteriously escaped late today from
the Trefflich Animal Shop, .Oa the
last! sidewalk, the bird seised two
i mv rh m Ivir. ... ,i,v k.A i,,rt Fnn. Ai,vt--. irn fiJkerrria Pete nherir,ej-ea niznt, 11 oescenoea m m uw i : jjiuiiac. ubibibu vimjm.
. Cr-tobaJ r!er. !dr inr t fcr time ever. llott his pocket watch overboard in her truck farm, and little green; and groaning to gam attitude on
' -1 cv a tusnL in Kiansev. Irelaid. the other tte rein Toiar, wh:Ie 'km div-imefl emerged holding torches
- tn--' i,n..ri i.. m . n i-tt .t-t i-i !, i.i !m;i.i t-ti4 tv a seiT.bunf candelabra, one
w r m m in i ... r i k. i r in ri i: t. u vim
re- a take off down Broadway u
I le d.' crashed into Richard Empathy, a
rr there shrH h tee hv nr gz no.se Tunung. r.e fo'wd a'
bir. The ASPCA charced
ine exact nature ot uieir mis mission
sion mission has not yet beea revealed.
The pair plan to leave Wednea-
two weeks,'! the Judge concluded.
The young defendant exchang exchanged
ed exchanged smiles with the J a d t a and
promised to behave,.;
: MY TklH LADY -You're never too eld te look pretty belioW
" 107-year-old Mrs. Charlotte Bonner who gets a hairdo from
hairdresser Nora Breheny e her birthdiy.j, VCrx Pixr Lv
ia the .Oak roret.lrrcar74ci;s--VJ
-; ed ty Ce Ue. Te bu fumed a n-,b,r ccw
, -irf trjU A h; f'r -T' ia,' Ke k-fd
ibotit to seize him.
it -.'.h hit s p e a r.l
OEM IN HOCK. fa. Cha
i thy with bisxkiBg triuic
TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PALY NEWSPAPER
- Mimm ir TM hnim American MB INO. 1
f"D aHOM. NIUON NOUNSCVBU, IN lM
HAKMODIO ARIA. tOITOA 1
- mt H tMirr r. o. vox ii4, Panama, a. ew p, .....
CW-KK. 1.17 ClNTHAi. AVNU1 efTWCIN (JTH lM WW Or-lfTa
M MAOIAON Ava.
mmtn. w AW-et
rM IX MONTH. IW ABVANC1
row ONI VtAO. IN ADVANCE
THE MAIL BOX
THIS JLJ&UIUM JW
' I am writing this letter to
i m wiii-uni ...
thla important message v
fil 7nn Pacific area
SSSl. th." Month of June, 1958, Post No. 1, American Le-
.Dmed that there would be no observance of the
ifeTS 5S?2fth. Pacific side due to the fact that for. yarK
?many things thai racmc
?ed to In previous years.
Aa a result manv letters
known on this matter.
. i Vvi Wnrf Amador Letters Were wnwi w jLy, a Dig jjuuuc uuuawg urugiam
ittn lttSjrcrtbnS, their help In the past and a new 750-mimon.dotfar tern tern-ama
ama tern-ama merchants to asK ior couwiuu ptr4fy w f))r veterIM jjouging.
nM won tne anything ese, m.
However ,t;fLri,n citizens llvinn on the Senator Sparkman's housing sub-
,Jlelp.MdT M! bi a program to be put on by just a'eommittet Is going to conrider
Paelficiide. TOs is too WJt m mA 0 piannin(? fund- this GI housing aid again,, There'i
I few people The less time we nave w B t f that can tem g hlt wiU 0 t B t
raistaR actWtierwDl .3tie T It would help a lot if the way the Senate bill shapes up
lapent on planning the day s nJar"e5ltrll,uti9i; to the row. it will go to the floor with
l&uAVntll 5lace in" the account It the P t.ese main spending provisions:
teere arV many dient ideas
ahould commemorate tnu
- S.v-fir. iri thia area eaual to any community in the States.
J SSSSJSKm but there la atiU a lot
to bt donftitTmake this great day something to remember
J olSecde. Any Wrt of ffiff&l
J i July t3ommittee ,'
-- -.' ''- '.
Last week. Rainbow, city was wie cen m i
ihcldent involvtog erifdu
rh a would sicken any Individual of fair wind, and P"ucu
larly the parents of the town who have nnuea SSeS
for the protection afforded ""l by
school day direct pedestrian
, CWD1 .." u.
: TTCtor. a Vdent of' Rainbow City and one who has
an occasions observed the officers directing traffic before and
. Star has been apparent for. aomeS time that the Job
iir3f1b officer I have in mind re re-ated
ated re-ated aa do aome employes of the Cristobal post office the
aehVrnuTJlv. to tocal rate employe, and their families
ta tSS-3Sffl S SSn in 'most of whom 1. deeply
instffid mpecTfor authority, have told parenti ol stance.
: &ST Vwalk while closed Ll"
ered for several minutes, u
toSsCte7b7mge cop li due to hU expectation
of iSSta SSS5 Pottedjesser officials jalready to to-:
: to-: ...jk. ti. Mn hPAtina: incident in La Boca some months ago.
WnHe tabf?t tloffletate to disregard the diml diml-larlt?
larlt? diml-larlt? In toe casei iwd ignore the true facts in the more receSt
case. ... .. . -jaii.i,u tn
wrhana he hopes that tne
the waWenta It Li Boca will
VQ c .. ,u.
the Civic uouncu WV
SuTarSt SdTare" deplore Incidentemh this
agaSS'tneSm and Aeir offspring ; and i hope that matter.
. wjll be property aeaiv wn-"
fiat mmcd Qimmdb-
h f of
GT0.7Z U1 CENTkAl AVENUE. PANAMA
NtW VOIIK. 117 N. V.
. taut A
I ' t.W
1, BO 'TC
irnc ITn AIT TTTT.V
the Mall Box wun me "p u
.verv American citizen W
lJlJe"vu in -,-.1.
ea really letVir feeling, be
and thoughts on jus5 nw
iiude & little bit of
MiN erT ci;,
Am .a a AAai MrMlflTlfT
and vehicular traffic at a most
aenf.rat.lno- sections of the town.
vmj m-s. -
tnreaienea io m
ao lntlrrddate representatives of
n mum them to walk Wltn
only Increase the beauty
our rems, and eur D. S. V. plan
the value of the dia
sen for many year..
WASHTNCTON fNEAl Well.
tho Annate Rankin? and Currenev
i Committee -finally cut 375 million
"" v..- ,-
'total of the House-passed, omni
dollars off tne z.zzo-Dimon oouar
bus housing aid nil tor next year.
pnf v exactly an economy.
i ------ --7. ; ..,-
1 me UJiai un uie oeuaie veioiuu
fof the housing biU now stands at
bmion hilars. Thi, is 975
millwn raore than. the; Eisenhower
UIU14UU IUU1C VI vuw -wwwww
4ivifniaTvf inn haA nriffinJi Uv 1 ro
ommended for new housing aids.
nihsf hnnsinO hilt nf this size
would do is cancel out nearlw a
billion of the 1.4 billion dollars
which the House of .Representa .Representatives
tives .Representatives has "saved" on the first
nine anoroDiiation bills it had ap
proved so far.
BVSkl rt TMR Sonaf hrinatn
bill could have been far w oral
and almost was,
The Senate's Housing subcom-
mittM nnrtor Alahama'a J n h n
Sparkman originally reported out
a Dili wiucn wouia niv cost a
whnnnlnff 3 4 billion dollan In new
I JVUIV V T AX TT f kUU AIAA4 M AA
Banking and Currency Committee
unaer uiairman. j. wiuiam x m m-bright
bright m-bright (D-Ark.) knocked out bil-
linnlAllai lnriu in KMlftr a r ma.
Mortgage Assn. borrowing author
iy, a big public housing program
FOR COOP UR ATI hoiisinff
250 million dollars more.
Housing for elderly people, large
familip minnritv crrmina and dia.
claced neoDle a new 250 million
College housing 200 million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, up 50 million.
Military hnuainff 200 millinn dnl.
lars, down 100 million.
New Federal National Mortae
Asn. borrowing authority 500
million dollars, 150 million above
vavku Acuvnwi luuui wv raw raw-lion
lion raw-lion dollars a year for your years,
In,! tit 41,
wiwi vun icuviu a;vv wuiuciilt ffMj'
ing three-fourths of costs.
Presidential funds for disaster
housing 15Q milhoB.'? V j f
NON OF THBSE figure ft II-nal.-The
Senate awilt act on the a-
wuvc cvmmiuee recommenaauons.
Then will be a conference next
with the House of Renresmitarivai
on their bill A compromise will
laa tbhvlrAffl a1 if
t... : .-,
final SSTwfflS 3
, vmim, rfnii.r. tw. J,ST
Eisenhowe bud4et u.
The interesting thing about this
1 why Congress reverses the eco economy
nomy economy trend.
" nuiuug privaie Hous
ing industry experts is that it is
a nrntMt acrainst tha .mkIhI.!...
r- n ...v. Huwuuaua-
tion tight-money policy.
job way, wey tee u, nign inter interest
est interest rata nut a mirh An th haii.
The U.S. housing Industry is now
in nAitinn tA hiiilH mrtutnA mil
lion new housing units a year. A A-ny
ny A-ny curtailment of from 10,000 to
100,000 units a year throw, a lot
of people out of work.
Liberalizing government boosing
ak.-la la? Avrvartf aJ r k mrm at AMii.
tuaj Mm AVp VaVS UMfO VVUai
derable psychological effect. Mos
-y Ior nouiing loans won
tight. And interest rates
ey lor nousing loans won t ne so
Th tw aftitiifi of CfmYmm 1
VISIT AWTaTlcilArAfkll thaw PAtllt A BnW
IBBV VVIIB1UVI W Mav a. vawt W WUaT
lobby pressure tn Washington. The
auiress oi name iiaie ouuaers ana
material suppliers many of them
amall hiiainaamail whn mm iti
trouble was felt by many con-
.'Latest Types of Radio
and TV Tube..
Complete Line of!
Delee AaU TtoaUo Coatreb
Eleetrolysic Coadensera -Retlitors
and II Tetta Vibrators
Sam. PTaeU racta.
y Semcips. S. A.
Corner CaUo II Ave. II
The Paaaia) Aaaerieaa)
. ; t, ,i bum' i
. 1 J j i -1 i :
.- Art in i .. I 1 r- Jti' v
Walter Wincheil In
MAN ABOUT TOWN
.Th Marquis De Portage (killed
in Uio muaix aui.0 races; win
"star" in a sensational court case
uniess his ncn family recognizes
a lamea mood's sou. ban was
I'ortago's constant shadow just be
fore lAnda Christian' took over.
iue emm near, his name. ; Brian
Donlevy and ,bela Lugosi's widow
are iiouywooa s latest uueu .um-
ger Rogers' daily long distance
calls are from James Hudson, in in-dustriaust...Tab
dustriaust...Tab in-dustriaust...Tab Hunter and Alar-
celie Aane, the sculptress, may
surprise friend, who Had No Ides.
. .ioug f'airoanks' ogntr' vapn-
ne "and ixird James Tate are one
ot iuouaon's youuuul love stones.
, JJesi and Lucy (and children)
voolt a ooai oouna ior tne U.S. from
Hawaii after a 0-hour scare in tne
air. 'ineir plane limped back after
iv iiourn: AUgm n;i .jUxMmamp
Joe Louis' domestic situation ; has
him dizzy. Hi. estranged' wife
asked ban to leave but won,t o o-kay
kay o-kay divorce. She just changed all
tha locks, ;:f:
O. C. Tommy) Thompson is the
Roney-Plaza'a new gen. mgr. One
of Tue 'lop len in tne hotel field.
. Jimmy Cannon Art Ford and
Dr. Richard Hoifman inherit
the Mute Wallace 'Mightbeat spot
at DoMonU .' .Lady Cop Virginia
iiunne (one ot tne CUiest) and
Scoop Rettig of City Hall may set settle
tle settle for a life sentence. .Rev Bil Billy
ly Billy Graham learned that his Mad.
Sq. Garden Crusade (for weeks)
would hurt the annual benefit
show on June 17th staged by The
Shield of David. The preacher as assured
sured assured the group he'd give them
the Garden that nisht. .Richard
Hayes, the recording star (Peggy
earner ex;, soon marries radio
exec Sandy Tannenbaum. . .De
fense Secy Wilson's right arm (on
airline matters) con carmicheal
weds heiress Nancy Jackson in
mid-June. .The Buddy Riches
have phffft again. This time (both
annex; ; or xeepsi"
Margaret Whiting's new heart heart-thumper
thumper heart-thumper is Bob Crystal, road mrg.
for the 4 Lads. They're the ones
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great Wbite Fleet
New Orfetof Service
Ala Baadllag Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New Veric Service
Weekly uJZszi of t-eive puscnia ships to Ne
York, New Orkjnts, Les AnteJes, St. Frtsclsco
; tad Seiftie. f
tPIOAI ROCXD TUT PASSr-tUXR PARES ntOM
CRISTORAX. AJTOOII BALMAr
, Te e-r Pert aad Retara ...... tlMt
To Law AareMe aal Saa rtaaetaea aa
RAtcralac frwaa Lm Aacelea- tm.M
To ttlo mmi Rotara ... tUt-M
CKrSTC8AL 2121 o PANAMA 2-290A
tying up the phones to Reno
wneie sno star at the Mapes. .
Ex-B'way legit star Linda Watkins
and Tom Drake, the actor, are
playing romantic scenes off stage.
. .nappy news over at the TV
critic Jack O'Brians.' They will be
3 in mid-Oct. .Cleveland banker
Elba Ryan (co-boss of the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland ball team) and Mrs. Jane
Nagel, a Florida socialite beauty,
will middle-aisle at Fort Lauder
dale on Wednesday. .Dizzy Gil
lespie, top bopster, once embrac embraced
ed embraced the Moslem faith. He is now
takyig instruction in 'Catholicism.
His wife Lorraine was converted
last week. So was jazz pianist Ma Mary
ry Mary Lou Williams.
, John Ireland, just unknottod
from Joanne Drur is, That Way
about Gail Hudson, dental ass't,
who Is Kim Novak's took alike.
. .Aly Khan's huge florist Mil It
due to Janice Holmes,, a modal.
They mot In Perir while the was
on assignment for magazine. v
Colleen Williams, kin to Mrs. Har Harrison
rison Harrison Williams, is being adored by
Arthur Partington, load dancer in
"Most Happy Fella"...MIrror crl crl-tle
tle crl-tle Justin. Gilbert and his wife
(Franca Baldwin, dancing- sf a r)
expect their bloated event in Au August.
gust. August. .The Frank Blanchfildt are
increasing the mom-and popula population,
tion, population, toe. .Bob Fore, Arthur Mur Murray's
ray's Murray's best ad at El Morocco, and
2!" n!?' i?,2i'Jun7, "Th!jHarknets Pavilion, MoeaTcomr.,81! oein defrauded.
to Dept. hushed up the aiwrtlA J
a Vipiomat Apr,. 24 h th. fiJTSA SSSKSS
Princess Yatmin Is booked to Sail
on the Liberte, June 26 to join her
father Prince Aly Khan for a 2 2-month
month 2-month holiday. Her mother, Rita
Haywurth, waived the Aga Khan's
letter guaranteeing the child's re-
SFEa'S! M.Vl 'I1": S0'
uicu vu on iviuiu u u a u a o u
n.tina Knn tlftn WIA A .M.J
Pn iT their" divor wtu'SajrwJon'. S'iSS?
ment. ...Franceses de Scaffa. M'l' I v 2! J"'. i??.'
dicted bT. A Ane,le f"nAj":
ry ior aiiegeaiy supplying scanaai
mags wren stuff about celebs, can
expect worse trouble from U. S.
Immigration. Regarding her Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela passport. She reportedly has
....... .Jane I
never been a citizen there. .Ro
land Barber, author of "Someoo "Someoo-dy
dy "Someoo-dy Up There Likes Me" (and the
book about Jack DemDsev).' sot a
quiet divorce and wed a coaster.
. -Thrush Mary McCoy's fiaminfi
torch, they say, .is over. Sammy
rah O'Br an. tha "Wvntf ITarn"
top ad. agency,, told Majors Cabin
Pais thev wr meropil Ho i- a
. i .i .
nd Herman lev". re amon'g tb
too OToduriiiddin wrutw
Huflh O'Brien, the "Wvatt Farn" toox tne oath as Secre- wo 1 . ...
, met Dorothy Bracken (a ifL?'"";' oy w?chrS 7.
on the Jackie Glesso ,vr"""i:,'-f.ine. sovernment built a.f"" f iStllirr
when he recently subbed-"1 Z"" wxpayers. iV.r'v"
bayiey. fashion stylist for a lurneu it i--over absolutely .uj i" ".. u".' "u i tut
rvTnfr hi A? "Trjr..T ;r!Tff flrturnSli partly owned bv
'fc.:ife .i:!" rri;-Humphrey firm. f
r OJ a,' a,n AVUUI
-ZL iWfHf M.
rilyn Monroe-Mllton GnS W
.,on. ree en-
Mra. William Vftil
Mellon was flown from Haiti tp
. -r--. wi. Wl 111
posies from well-wishers, including
rs,mit cnwirr. rog Juarez
and it 17-year-old heirot-b ride
(DODo sogntt) are hiding from
the prott at Patrice Muntel's
Glen .Cove estate. ...One of ,,t h o
loading helicopter maker it the
reason starlet Norma Kendall i.
to no hasto to return to -H'wood
."CeGO" Buxatti Italv'a nit
. t . "Sly SO ft
ryrt at Ch.peau Rou... P.-ov
m.ii -.. .. rr
w ninriw i arrraenvo spot,
Sculptor Sodv Dubranvl. whn an
neaaunes in taat Anitt-Eckberg-Anthony
Steele Palm Beach thin?
is in love. She Is Susan. Healy of
iww wiuib a civwu.' .Vruose la-
tum will stop the headaches by
paying his wife a 4-fieure alimo
ny. Xady Milford Haven, a Ur-
gei in airs, feter Benzlger's suit
men m uucago, Has Chi society
oreaimess waiting rtor her rebut rebuttal
tal rebuttal .Tennessee Williams under
goes surgery at Harknesa. ..The
Jack Lemmon-Felicia Farr matter
U more than a sometime thing. In-
troaucea ner to motner.. JWd
Vsnderbilt Purnle Tree na Ira-
Frank Howard and Barbara Ros Ros-enwald,
enwald, Ros-enwald, ex-wife of, the Sears Roe-.
Due heir. .It's Identical b e y
twinfants for Variety's Svd Sflver-
mans at New Rochelle Hosp. Moth
er is ue former Jan McN ally,
fashion modeL Mrs. Horace
Dolgo (Gregg Sherwood) lost her
father suddenly last week. .life's
thesis on H..Belafonte will call
nun "tne- country first Nesro
matmee idoL" He patted Presley
in rccormng sales. ."jay W a 1 1
Lady" dancer EsteDe Azza and
David Beaa are betrothed.
.iu..- r uui a pnonv deal with tht trim ine nnumni ncaucaiij ui ow-
STQIfCj Ml amiM AVfKUt. AHAA
WASHINGTON "It isn't being
.tiea aoout for quo.auon o u i
SJine members of the President's
cuicxai lamuy are heaving a big
sigu oi reuei at tne exit ol the
most powerful member at the Ca
binet, Secretary of the Treasury
ueorce iiummirev. There ai
three reasons for their sighs:
i. ii vrma xiuiiiiiiiey wiin ms un
precedented statement about -the
muoget causing a degression mat
will make your hair curl" ; who
started all ot Ike's present buagei
troubles. No president in recent
fBib ,nas na; so muca v trouble
so soon after a sweeping electoral
vtoSL& I6? UP b3
Humpnrey over the budget
' 2. Humphrev's ticht" mot, no.
licy has raised, interest rates m ,eXu.. H '"'X ''' '" j- r'v:
hifcii mat the government has trou- rJ'fZtLtr0'
om iuoaung Us own oonas. unouiml,to,0A.1,1!, cocled Roosevelt.
. . i .. 6 "In other Words, there g on law
Iuaucu as i i b r iinancier.
Humphrey has permitted the Trea
where it is now offering govern
ment bonds at the highest rate tn
modern American history.
l lAMAAliiriii:. r: t .vka ...
have been corisiderini? thi no.a.w.'. n.ot maJte headlines.
bty of startmg impeachment pro
charge that he has one of the
Congressman Jame. RoovaIi
of Caufornia revealed somethinK
of thi. over the week end' when
he described HumDhrev a "a v.
r S STS X?
i if it-f t, w
' "f think if something isn't
abOul It. and thn rnnnti-tf len
aoout it." mriHniisrf Piu.,.u
r4we may have a repetition ox r .r1""' ,B0 danger to people'
-i vhat we had under Andrew Mel- hYe toi?.y (excePl PMbly m Ne Ne-1m."
1m." Ne-1m." Vada). The danger involves hte
"In the form of a depression?" fenetlc effect on tuture genera genera-Rooseveit
Rooseveit genera-Rooseveit was asked tans,' plus the direct affects of
"'Exactly," was the reply rndiation if bomb, testing should
' ; licrease greatly, vv '"-'y-'a-':
el Asked for specific' example's of
a I ..retary Humphrey's e r r o r s
Roosevelt pointed out that Humph-
Ijv had rfwA tn .n hi. i.
1 i the giant M A 1 Hanna Co
J oosevelt then cited a nickel con"
t act sighed by Humphrey'., son
i jusi a lew day before
! M 11. i .. )
Thev were tfuarants
i y iujk no risk- anH mt
..... -r.T r
' this indivWuarbec.me
UCretary. ofUhe. treasury ,!.'.. said
t : "That company Aramcd: aM
tiudi Arabia h; IT "1
, ii natr t.vn. i. .k- t t j .i. .. an nMriioa Hnns ire 10 raniuacLi-
Fay tax Pveit. monitoring of fall-out.
,J him' ow whereas thfs com- ',eP uf it! eMUcs rw'i
; any, to mmion M "teP UP S
I rs ln, taxes to the United State."1 Processes.
, '-overnment, in recent years it
i Isn't paid a nennv in tavoa tW
Wnf of Saudi Arabia is settin it.
ifld. peyer of the Uni t ed
Did Mr. Humphrey OK that ar
rangement?" Roosevelt was ask-
'Not only, did he OK it, it was
AirtlaW Pkka Farh,
"Serves her right"
1 REED g BARTON
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.-' J Y
' Vrft ta rirtil im:
ai.'aonsDT" Onrar Saaa. S.TS
-iLvra jtcnTtaB- sia s-rtM n
"l.Tr WHur Ailtar Katt S
"CLAMFC MOT- m aVarry fM
"Gronc.IA.Jt KOT" T-mta mt -mn4 hmrr J .JS
, -AITVMM LEA VIA" Jcily acrraa SJS
Give her something she wants, $ ;!.;.- -.'."
:, nse a serving piece in her -5 r :
by Reed & Barton, $ilvm ? 1 4.
aa' m m vs a"
IV Ft A
I reviewed in t"
ment which 1 s
t t r
orvat rnmnciiidi- Cvr
, tjiiimued itooseu t
h he and
3 Ul3 m
- iiumpnrey own r r"'t
i nnada. But in t) l c a s r tu
ireasury sued Cn s :
itintf fnr 000. (it.il in
t v t 6".
' f i tan
j4nd despite the p
i in thnt this dm,
i rough the suit.
"It-is interesting to noie that
he Tax Court of Aroeals thrpw
out-reversed Secretary Humph-
i T ; j : ,77; ;
ir the- Secretary of
xob Tressurv and a different
- ,,w for his competitors.
DANGER OF FALL OUT
r auet0 0PAVhu
tdec o.hydrogen? and atomic
At BZnt'Z.v XS
i. !itntS- e5 rumbling
bom 1)601)16 to Nevada against the
-nio .tesU, and Hobfield wiU
fy to! ascertam whether 'this rum-
1 e is justified." But on a broader
i e is jusimea. cut on a oroaoer1
c, ne will probe the following
' idings of the National Academy
As iar as heredity 'is concern
ed, there is no safe minimum a-
mount radiatiou which humans
:B endure. Scientists believe that
very single roentgen of radiai
issues mutations. It's ; simply
uestion 01 how many, mutations
ou ant:.; ; T
-Scienusts strongly suspect
,AAt n wakt maai fiAom
human beings can stand. Stron-
nn i. ,u. ,n;t if
eks lhhe b tert -ftr
3 2a" harbormg its .radioactivity.
UU1U Cv 19 UJB WVlObr" iUiWllh.
editaf usflf'ot A-rays nouia oe
reduwr,Talso that luminous watch
should be abolished, in fact
. CHICAGO. May 31 (Uh) hud hud-ert
ert hud-ert Courriey. 26, arrested on a
; charge of auto theft, was discov-
eed today to have tattooed on his
"Crime does not pay."
that the U.S.
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Poor Big B?n -V
All Fouled Up
By Paiiit Pbt
. LONDON' May 31 (UP) A iot
of paint fouled up Big, Ben .Tues .Tuesday
day .Tuesday night; a "...o ;',
Listeners around, the world lis listened
tened listened in vain for the nightly nine
o'clock chimes usually broadcast
by, the: British. Broadcasting Corp.
The famous old clock in the tower
atop Parliament Building stopped
at 8:40 p.nvTheii it got all mixed
At four minutes past lO Big Ben
chimed the hour oj 10. At six min minutes
utes minutes past, It, chimed tlur quarter
hour One minute later jt" sounded
10 zgi.'-' '''r:tr.-i-i'A-i
. The Ministry of Works. 'w h 1 c h
oversees Big Ben," rushed repair repairmen
men repairmen to administer to the old clock.
They discovered' that Big Ben's
recent face-liftine was the cause of
all the trouble. A painter had left a
Eot of paint on. a girder and vi vi-rations1
rations1 vi-rations1 apparently had edged it
forward until it 'stopped the hour-
hand counter weight. -
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i::r 0:1 0! Jdl
' TMMOKALEE, "Fla.; May 81
(UP) A 46 ?- year-oiawoman,
wielding a double-barrelled buckshot-loaded
gun, killed the-man who
had bailed her out of-jail today
follawing an all-night drinking
spree, Conslabfe Joe Brown report report-ed.
ed. report-ed. ; -r ;:;. .A V.V
Ann Dillenger,. who na long
record of arrests for drunkenness,
was charged with the murder of
Joe Woodruff, 56, and bound over
to the grand jury, j f ;r;
A witness, Alex Rosebough, said
be heard a shot on the farm of
his brother, Tony Rosebough, and
walked over to 'investigate. He
said the woman was standing-in
front of a farm house holding the
smoking shotgun. Inside wai Wood Wood-juffs
juffs Wood-juffs body on the" floor.'- s
Rosebough told the constable
that the woman apparently shot
through the door with both barrels
of the gun, killing Woodruff in instantly.
stantly. instantly. .- - .' -v .;
A neighbor reported thaf they
returned to the house after Wood Woodruff
ruff Woodruff had bailed Mrs. Dillenger out
of jail at Everglades where she
was held on a drunkenness charge.
June 18 StrilcoYl
ATHENS. May 31 UP) The
Greek CV-federation of Labor UH
cay ca ;:'.! a Reneral nationwide
strike i r June 18 to. press de demands
mands demands for a 30 per. cent wage
increase fir workers. A regional
24-hour ? : ke ended in the Athens
srea twiy without incident, but a
nm:'.r Mi'.kout be gan in Salonika.
Spanish Exiles 1 ;
CASTELLON DE LA PLANA,
Spain, May 31 (UP) A Soviet ves
sel arrived nere too ay wnn ix
SDaniards who had lived in exile
in Russia since the Spanish' Civil
War of 1936-39. ,
The Russian motorship also car carried
ried carried 121 r children born: tp Span
iards in Russia during. their ex
ile.' It was. the fourth such group
to arrive here since fthe Soviets
began repatriating Spaniards last
'Faith In God,
CHICAGO.r May 3l" (UP V Mrs.
Charlotte Bonner, who i celebrated
her 107th birthday today, attriDut attriDut-ed
ed attriDut-ed her longevity to "faith in God
and chocolate milk." f
, Mrs, Bonner, who has outlived
Murder Vilness i
Hard To Find
LEXINGTON, N. C, "May 3i
(UP) A witness wanted in a
murder case may be difficult to
locate, ,4 n
The ,f murder .occurred 30' years
ago. and the name of the witness
is unknown. ; r
. T eTintf nrt Police Chief V. G,
Price said the person being sought
was with Annie Erby, a 30-year-old.
Negroni when she was slain
with an ax nere-ftiarcn av, wi.
Price aid Lexington police still
are holding V warrant charging
Will Matthews, Negro, with the
slaying, and that "if we can find
this witness we belieVe this case
can be marked off the unfinished
fri I ' ' '"" 1
three husbands and five children,
Raid she felt Uke a- spring cnic
ken" and exDected to better the
longevity record of her grandfath
er who-Jived to 114.
For Sir Anthony"
LONDON. May 31 (UP) Queen
Elizabeth today ordered one of
her own plates to,.,meet former
rrime jumisier; airiAmngny cuen
in Liverpool Mondy; as part (of
a ''let-bygones-be-bygones" home homecoming
coming homecoming welcome,
Eden 'will return from : Canada
aboard the Empress of :' Britain,
It will' be 'the first time he has
been home since illness forced his
retirement 5 in J a n a r y at the
height of the ; nation's comeback
from .vSuez. '-. ;;V; 1 ; :v
Queen Elizabeth and government
leaders arranged a( quiet ,'; but
touching welcome for Eden; who
underwent an' abdominal opera operation
tion operation in Boston followed by a long
recuperation in Canada. ;
A large part of the blame for
last autumn's Anglo-French at attack
tack attack on Egypt has been directed
at Eden; but in recent montns he
has been almost forgotten in his
dl Th approved Slgnal-Stt "SIGFLARr 4 In 1
SYSTEM cfor commercial vohlcloa,. th meat
complete lighting protection ever' offered.
mFS au you i:zed
The "Sigflaki" Switch; 2 Signal Signal-.
. Signal-. Stat double-face Directional
2 Lamp for, front of vehicle, 2
SigaatStat Combination Stop,
Tsui and. Directional Lamp for
rear of vehicle. Just one switch
and 4 lantpa. V';."
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1 eT yf
i i f.-waaet,
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. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
1 FOR TURNING AND ?AS$INO-A tcuch of tie aigrial lever "on the
. r famous "Sigixam" switch make Doth front and rear lamp on either
, aide ofthe vehicle flaah clear, powerful, beamed patterns of tight for
. turning right or left or charging lanes to pass. SSgnal-Stat douUe-face
r lamps on frpnt of vehicle flaah amber forward, red to rear; tingle-tacenu
. lamps flash red . unmistakable warning to others on the road.
2 FOR STOPWNO OR BRAKING Tbe same Stgnal-Stat huin she
. ; provide a bright, powerful warning when brakes are applied. Tbe scien
. : tifkally designed reSectors and lenses, which make them so highly visible
"as Directional Signals, furnish maximum Stop Light protection on
, both aides of the vehicle. "').' "V w 1 ,.'
3 FOR TAa UGHT f ROnCTlON-Constant protection while driving at
v night isasKured, since Ihesa sains remarkabk combiriation rear lamps slse
- give a clear, strong,' continuous Tan. LjGHT'many times stronger than
,- ordinary tail lights on both sides of the vehicle.
. 4 FOR EMERGENCY ROADSIDE FARWNO-i-"Sicrijii- provides dfe.'.
abled vehicles with poshire all around protection eren before the driver
opens ths cab door. Just a flick ol ths special wing IrrerW the switch and
all 4 signal lamps iash a simultaneous em mad off warning signal thai
alerts and slows down oocoroing traffic.
ONLY THE "SIGFIARE" SYSTEM FROV1DES THIS ALL AROUND
LIGHTING AND SIGNALING PROTECTION. AveeobJs 1
DIRECTIONAL SIGNALS SWITCHES FLASHERS
PANAMA AUTO, S. A.
Ks, 45 JOSE.FCO. DE LA OSSA ATE.
Bea 111. raaaasa Tela. J-305 3-47 M
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Just received.. v
Beautiful Chinese hand
Lovely colors and stylet
1.75 2.49 3.49
I. L. MADCBO Jr.
Member of Cuentas Comeroiales
PANAMA v,f COLON.
SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE -4-- At the request tt the Veterans
Administration, In Washington,' Governor .- W. .E. Pottef this
week wade the presentation of a Superior Performance Cer Certificate
tificate Certificate to Mrs. Eileen S. Lambert shown In the center above.
The award,, accompanied by a letter from the Director of the
Veterans Administration,' Department ol Veterans Benefits,
was based on the recommendation of the Canal Zone Veterans
Administration Representative Edward T. Harren, pictured to
the ileft;, for vMrs. 'Lambert's work performance in the local
. '. t' office during the past seven years.
.thc Giant Tele-Gauge Refill, gives you 1 to 2 years
of writing without changing Refill or Point.
; : FOR SAL AT; LEADING STORES .
' y&DA STA MAu"N
"2-Sfop" Flights from Panama
a Acholc of S diffaranl reutai to Europe
Fly now pay later
4 Atto flight! to th Caribbean,"
. Central and South America
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in Our Annual Sale
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GRUEN Xn kinda) ; Slashed to Rock BOTTOM
f BENRUS (all kinds) J3
21 jewel SWISS Movement T SPECIAL
'DIAMOND WATCHES . . .... W. PRICE
Tie Clip Sets
Cold Rings :
(with and without
From $ 14.95
"CREDIT? AS USUAL
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r A: . 18-47 Central Avenue (137)
THE STORE WHERE YOU DOUBLE YOUR MONEY FREE
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
)e Malay's Highest
lonor To Be Given
Tvo Men Toniorrov
ill if CuSSStr- N ,U- j
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JuST BEFORE TEE SEANCE. ... A group of Caribbean Players prepare to contact the un-
5 krtnwn Left to right are Bud Strom, nancy aciy, xusn uonier, uonneiie xveeiiey na ,jjon
i Minlfie who are appearing in Noel Coward's "Blythe Spirit" which will have two more per-
formances, tonight and tomorrow nignt oegmmng at o p.m. n me ia pn waytun inoitt,
I Tickets are available at the box office. Vi -sfe
latin American Students Get
Artillery Know-how At
tu. it Armv Caribbean ScheoUhe artillery. A, good artillery unit
' SLT' It tw.11.ves thafprac- can hit anything theobserver can
SI roll wu.iv- ..Jj" c bu,.
Itice makes peneci auu
h hasin artillery officers
Mill LilO UUJiV . i
L tvHov's modern Buns with
their great range and firepower re require
quire require extensive training,
if The artillery students at the
School rsceive training comparable
to the basic artillery o f f 1 c e r s
Icoufse offered in the United States
iKS&e course currently being held
(at the school, there are representa representatives
tives representatives of four Latin American re
1 The. students are first taught
tinu :t snnt tarceis on maps and
looriii nhntoerraDhs. They then
llearrr feld artillery tactics and
firing techniques. Next comes a
bourse in surveying. Mathematics is
irti-fctegrai part of effective field
artillery students are given ln ln-trction
trction ln-trction in mathematics and the
use of the slide rule.
4, 3through knowledge of the wea-
m taught, now it luncuons aim
e different types of ammunition
pxnlained to the Latin
merican officers; thus they learn
nnpp the observer nas me ne
cessary information to attack a
target he must communicate iue
information to the battery. To help
the student observer, he is taught
a course in radio and teiepnone
procedure. Thus he is able to re re-nort
nort re-nort his observations to the artil
lery unit accurately and briefly,
A lm-hnur fire direction course
is given the students just prior to
actual firing practice on me range.
This course provides the students
with the techniques wnicn are ne necessary
cessary necessary to "hit the target" with
Finally the students go Into the
field firing phase. Here they
actually apply all that thay hav
Atlanta Legion May
Lose Bar License
ATLANTA. May 31 (UP) A
double slaying in the barroom of
Georgia's bigges American Leg
ion post has touched off a -move
to revoke all of its alcoholic foev-i
Uarnad and use it to fira live
ammunition at targets selected
by the instructor.
The artillery mission is more
important, today than ever oetore
and gives Latin Amen-
. ii -1M4(. fiolH in histnrv
B luuuomciiwu 7. ... T . .4 .u. itc A.m
can siuuenia y t 1110 -u.u.
Caribbean School the best Instruc Instruction
tion Instruction available.
A howitzer battery is oniy as
,ml n the crew that tires me
un. Each student officer is taught
e duties of all members ot me
ring batteryji Dejore an umuei
mpletes the louvse ne uaa qohb
orvthin? fromSoarrying ammuni-i
on to directing the battery's fire.
An artillerv battery Has7 observ
es who act as eyes and ears of
Gen. George S. Patton, Jr., best
summed up the Jroleof the artil
fcry at the,Mnd;of Wrld ar ll
Asked who wpnihe War, Hhe re
plied, "I do Dot have to tell you
who von the war, the artillery
The Board of Alderman's police
cimmittee had recommended the
revocations at the 2,350 member
rosi no. l where one member,
Will Andrew Burch, recently shot
ueain iwo non-memDers.
Post Commander A. Jack Shu
iora said revenue from alcoholic
sales helpr in such Legion projects
as the tunior hahii
-". uu Americanism.
Alderman reDorted nrvU.
v-uhiihiuis anout Iinilni" s1o n
dining room operated by cone.
sion, liquor sales OF! filinrloir anil
1 Zi 1 :
i afcn iWii ,i ii ii i
CHICAGO, May 31 fUPi w
persons were injured todav ,h.n
Krxpior?u wrk frame
JdT V&C cpNb
.. Fkemeh believed an -oil furnace
in the basement of the two-flat
VoIiw"d Nelson, 59, and his wife
Vera, 42, were m their second
uw apanmeni wnen the exolo-
SlOn rocked the hnilrlmo M.l. 'l
. -"viea, suuered head
uuernai injuries. Mrs. Nelson.
l'i!?,!?"i.btthill' suffed bruise.
MO Kcs Panama Uty
, .1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Fananis
. 1063 Colon i
Today Friday, May 3t
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite re-
quests taken by pnont
6:35 what' your f or 1 1
(cont'd) -r -6:00
Aliens Jackson Commen Commentary..
tary.. Commentary.. 6:15 Blue ribbon sports
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the Week
7:00 Thirty-Minute. Theatei
7:30 VOA Report from UJ5.
8: 00 Music By Rotn .
6:30 Short Story Theater
:00 You Asked For It ,(r-
. quests taken by phone
9:30 You Asked For It i tre-
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 1
00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club frequests taken
by nnone till 7:00)
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
15 Bpnjour Mesdames
9:30 As I See It r
10:05 Spins And Needles (re
quests taken by phone
11:05 Spins And Needles
11 :S0-rJourney Into Space
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30-New Tune Time
00 News '"c-.-rK .W;...:iftv
1:15 Serenade In Blue -1:30
Wayne King serenade
3:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason.
2:30--Parls Star Time V;
3:00 Concert On The Mail
The De Molay Legion ot Honor.
the highest honor that can be pre presented
sented presented by the International Su
preme Council Order of De .Molay,
will be conferred on two local men
tomorrow evening at the Scottish
Recipients of this coveted sta
tion are David DeCastro Robles of
Panama and Eugene Kreider. Fen Fen-ninger,
ninger, Fen-ninger, Jr., of the Canal Zone.
Both men have been active in the
De Molay movement both in the
Canal Zone and in the United
: Robles, a past master counselor
of Balboa Chapter and a Cheva
lier of the order, is a member of
the law firm of DeCastro and Ro
bles of Panama, and the youngest
lawyer ever admitted to the bar in
the Canal Zone. Fenmneer is a
past master counselor of Lancas
ter Chapter, Lancaster.' Pa., and a
past state master ofJPennsylvania.
. Prior to the Degree- of Legion
of Honor which Will be presided
over by Errett Albritton, district
deputy from the Supreme Counsel
for the Canal Zone, will be pre presented
sented presented the Degree of. Chevalier.
Receiving the Chevalier, second
highest award of the order will be
Fenninger and John Snuth, of Bal Bal-boa.Smith
boa.Smith Bal-boa.Smith is the junior nast mas
ter counselor of the Balboa Chap Chapter.
ter. Chapter. '. i,:;,';.!...-'..
Special Service For'
Youth To Be Given
By Balboa Baptists
Youth Sunday will be observed
in Balboa and will be open to the at tne first Baptist thurcn oi uai
boa Heights Sunday and the grad
degrees will be a reception in the Vat' JHigl .,?oolu nd u?01
first floor banquet hall. .Friends of ?aSh 'School will be honored dur dur-the
the dur-the reciepients are cordially iirvit-,1 mor.swyice. C-el
The degrees i Will start
p.m. at the Scottish Rite
! FAMILY AFFAIRr-When 'the Kueblers report for Work at the Lackawanna (N.Y.) plant of
the Bethlehem Steel Co., the scene takei on the aspect of a family reunion. No less than 27
members of the family bave worked at the plant-since the nrst Kuebter, big Ignatius Kuebler
sUrted in the 24-inch rolling mill In. J904. Still on the job are these 16 members of the family
(fathered around a 35-inch structural mill roll. More of the family, work in the Roll Depart Department
ment Department than in any other department, ,
Nationalist China Needs T Advisers,
But Not Foot Soldieri; Says Genercl
ed to attend.
4:00 Feature Review
4;30 What'a Vour Fatorlte'tre
- quests- taken by phone
:35-What's Your r a t-o i 1 1 e
.Sideilta cf the first floor
Mm m TereJ?Wu,y fr0n home.
Jnrs. Marian Pink. -4- .
bor. threw hrt At
mV- "i "l ine sound of the
blast next door
. v. iamiig aeons. Tn
cmia escaDed unhnrf
The dramatic story of the rise of a smooth, glib youth
from the Chicago slums through the devious path of pro professional
fessional professional gambling to a position where he rubbed elbows
with the socially elect Is told in "MISTER CORY," color and
Cinemascope, starrinr Tony Curtis, Martha Hyer, Charles
Bickford and Kathryn Grant, which OPENS ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY
DAY WEDNESDAY 5th AT THE CENTRAL. Advt.
mated damage at
Ries, 27, also a
treated for minor
8:00 Guest Star
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
v REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
8:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Much-Binding 1 t
7:30 VOA Report from XJ.8.
8:00J-Saturday Night Dancini
Party m.: m.:-8:30
8:30 m.:-8:30 Educating Archie
:00 Your Hit Parade :
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel EI Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by phone through
1:00 a.m. Sunday sign Off.
Special Attraction at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre
Tomorrow and Sunday!
"BATTLE HYMN," the true story f CoL DEAN HESS,
elertyman turned fighter pilot told of the heroism of bat battle's
tle's battle's hen cherished in the hearts of those wti loved him. .
-coming tomorrow and Sunday at the "DRIVE IN" Thea Theatre,
tre, Theatre, starrinr Rock HUDSON, Martha HYER, Dan DCRYEA
and Anna KASHFL Advt.
Showing at Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight
BALBOA 4:30. 6:t0. 8:1S
"WALK THE PROUD LAND")
DIABLO HTS. 7:06
STORM OVER THE NILE
Lat show 10:30 um,
-fKANCIS IN THE
"THE SCARLET HOUR"
OA TUN 7:M
THE OPPOSITE SEX
MARGARITA 6rl5 :0S
"THE LEATHER SAINT"
M show t0;30 o.m.
rKELLY AND ME
PARAISO 8:1$ 8:1
"FASTEST GUN ALIVE"
(LA BOCA 7-ee
TEIANS NEVER CRY
"Perils f The WUd-mesa"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:3t
"The Great Adventure"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 :S5
"THE LAST COMMAND"
oargie and Russell Reid will be in
charge of the services: Don- Kan
uel will play the organ and Sandra
.Nelson will be at the piano, utner
young people will participate in
toth the morning and the evening
' During the 10:40 morning wor
ship service Pastor William H.
Beeby will bring a mesage of
challenge to youth entitled "The
investment of Life.", At the 7 :
evening service the pastor wi ll
bring the last message Of a series
on Ruth, entitled "A Sinner Makes
Good." 7 ., ':r.
Sunday will mark not only a spe
cial service for youth, but a 1 s o
I UIO' tUVUVUIJ vM5UUM,tU k va eBfiv
f 4rnA nnniintB thunlirt hmtt 4-Iia Ci in
William Havps. 3fl AitA ,nCant'iiav School and. Training Unions
- 1 """J uov uilb" te 'i
ly when a bullet from a 22 calibre for distribution to poor families.
single shot rifle firprf hv hi. .nn.The rieht hand of fellowshiD will
Charles.- a lunior hltrh ahnni be riven at the close of the mnrn-
pupu, ripped inttf his lieart. t : mg service to members t. uniting
me. -snooting took v place the with the- church.-At theevenmg
second time that he iHnmnloi) n'srvint th( I)rrt' Siinnpr- will he
u: j t. . ry --- - r rr--
" "wway nuo me nome where ooservea. tv.-" p f
Killed By Injured
TAMAOUA. Pa.. Mav Si mvA
A construction worker, attempt attempting
ing attempting to break into the home of his
esirangea wire, was shot to death
today by his 14-year-old son whne.
spine was, injured last year when
he was beateh by his father, ti
his wife and their- three chUdrenl' Youth activities fofthet we ek
uvfld j St vf ftrfH be brought to a xplosa the- folt
.'fmtll ,i'-' iWs?-.'''... Y 'Jiwing weekendwith;;.a banfliuet
AMf"Tim ?r lwa PU. ? sponsored by the Ypungeopie's
dldn t-.aim the weapon bur flred,TVamine Union under theTaDonsor-
as nis latner was astride th win. wi t
dpwsill after breaking the .glass Xear.
of a living-room-window. v
TAIPEI, Formosa, May 31 (UP)
ihe top U.s. Army commander
on uormosa said today there is
no indication that 'Nationalist Chi
na wants a reduction or withdraw-l
at oi-umted states military per
sonnel.' .fh ;,. p
JMai. sCen Trnnlr S Ttmvon M
chief of the American? militarv aid
Advisory Group here, told news
men in an interview them wer
indications the Nationalists would
not Object to a trOon. increase.
There are.:,' no-' American ; troop
tary are part of the MAA1
The gray-haired veteran of Ko
rea said that training of General
issimo Chiang Kai-shek's 600,000-
man army couia not nave- been
accomplished with fewer .Ameri
'We could not ha ve gotten alone
with less advisers. 'Bowen said.
Asked if it was possible to reach
point, where no advisers would
be needed, the tired-looking Bow
eh said, "I do not."
Hayes and his wife had marital
difficulties for the past nine years,
according io ponce. Divorce pro
ceedings were started recently
Ihe boy and his mother aaiH
Hayes, who lived in a nearbv ru
ral community made a practice
in recent months, of phoning his
former home between midnight
He phoned again this morning
ana was oemeo entrance dv Mrs.
Hayes. The son called police and
the father left.
Less than an hour later he re
turned, broke the window, and
was crawling into the room when
he was shot down.
The bov wa taken tn th Krtinv.
kill County detention home at h
rottiviue, fa., pending comple
tion of police investigation.
Today Encanto 25
At P:00 p.m. On the Stage:
;. "LOS MONARCAS
DEL AIRE" '.
On the Screen:
Today IDEAL .20 .10
"James Bros, of Missouri"
' "GAY RANCHERO
rrvR Tv ?! r?3 1
I 7.-00 TODAY I 9.-00 1
fl-ll ptr CAS! I
s ri i Fi.Mra ii in ki
Keck HUDSON In
In CINEMASCOPE and
. -. Also: ; 1
. BANK! $125 M
' M RIVEtt STREET
Great Double program I
with Gary Cooper
WORLD WITHOUT END
: with Hugh Marlowe --
Geld Prize 55M N
THE ATOMIC KAN
- Also: -2
E N N I FE R
Engineer Sarfain J
Leaving for Texas
To Alfend Heeling
L. B. Sartain, president of. the
newly formed Canal Zone Socie Society
ty Society of the National Society of Pro Professional
fessional Professional Engineers, is leaving
Tuesday, by plane to attend the
national Society s annual conven convention
tion convention in Dallas, Tex. He will return
here the following Monday.
Sartain will present the' local
chapter's petition f o or affiliation
and will then represent the Canal
Zone Society at the convention.
The Canal Zone Society was
founded May 15 and now has a
membership of about 35 members.
Membership is open to Qualified.
registered professional engineers.
Applications for membership may
be obtained from Richard R. Pot
ter, secretary. Box 520, Balboa
In Georgia ;Court
COLUMBUS. Gal (UP) A' Ne
gro soldier appeared in Recorders
Court today charged with refusine
u move io in segregated rear
section of a city bus. .' ?v
The soldier, Pfc. Montford L.
Cardwell, based at nearby Ft. Ben-
ning, was arrested two nights ago
on charges of violating Georgia
segregation laws. k
Judge, Frank Garrard Jr., will
asked nor an acauittal on
grounds that Georgia s bus segre segregation
gation segregation law has been voided by U,
S. Supreme Court decisions out
lawing bus segregation, the Ne-
gro.s attorney said.
' Censtanf Changes -'
He explained that the constant
change and modernization of
weapons and tactics, (plus the "re "reorganization,
organization, "reorganization, -w i t h i n our .own
Army," must be shown to the Na
tionalist Chinese..-' i
T d0 r)Tt fnrpoe-s tiTnffJv lvhPi
. .ic -win nui be a form ot'Biiii
tary advisers on Formosa- But he
said the MAAG would be a "fluc
tuating thing," ? dependmg on the
new ; weapons,;,) radar, equipment
and similar items supplied to the
natiohalistsv i -;
Bowen said there now are 3,500
members of MAAG and their de dependents
pendents dependents here now.
He said' that after ;. Chiang's
triops withdrew from thn Tarhpna
Islands in the Formosa Strait it
was decided there were "crave
weaknesses" in the Nationalist
armed forces, "particularly in air
defense.".- - 1
. He said Washington considered
sending anti-aircraft, units and a
logistics command, to .Formosa.
but finally decided against it. -As
an alternative.. Bowen said.
the United States sent out various
radar, hgistics and anti-aircraft
"specialist teams" to work under
Bowen said that since 1954 there
has been an influx of some" 1,500
G.I. specialist advisers. and their
dependents into Formosa. But
(Bowen emphasized It was clear
then that "once the Chinese were
proficient,, these 'people would
leave." '- '--
He pointed out that U. S. air
and naval forces here would of
course be involved Immediately in
any attack under terms of the
U. S. Nationalist Mutual Defense
Treaty but that : the Nationalists
repeatedly insist they do not need
American foot soldiers. '.
Bowen said the' ''whole purpose
Of the MAAG is to educate the
Chine r -tionalists so they are
b) id i "i their own feet
withou, tip i rely on us."if
He poiitu.J t Ihat the Chinese
now, have a natiu ial army for the
first time,' "instead of the old war warlords
lords warlords He added they have their
own logistics support and finance
systems and; are a functioning
organization. .. : ;
Consul s Son ReunitediWith Family 1
After 6-Week Adventure In Hew Yor!r
NEW YORK.' May 31 CUP) The
Italian Consul to Chicago, and his
wife had a jubilant forgive-and
forget reunion today with- their
14-year-old son. who said he ran
away from home "in the spin of
the moment" six weeks ago to
gain "self-assurance : and ma maturity."
turity." maturity." "'j;r4. -::iS
Tall, slender Vittorio Barattieri
told a news conference at the Ital Italian
ian Italian Consulate here that he left his
family's Chicago home April 16
with 5120 be had saved oy sailing
away his $2-aweek allowance, 4
Vittorio,'. son of '. Coupt and!
Countess Ludovico (Barattieri, Was
nicked un on a midtown Manhat
tan street last night -by FBI
agents acting on a tip from a
person who- nan seen vitioru s
picture in newspapers.
Tried Te Fool FBI
pocket when he-arrived here. He
rented a room -on. Manhattan's
East Side for $8 a week and then
spent all his time sightseeing and
going to, movies until his money
ran low. .
Their he obtained a soriil ip-
curity card under the name of
John Rawl and went to work first
as a messenger boy and then as
a busboy in a Queens restaurant.
Only tl Left
At first," Vittorlo admitted, he
tried to fool the FBI agents into
thinking he was Just a boy from
the Bronx, but when, they con confronted
fronted confronted him with his own picture
and asked if it was of anyone he
knew, he replied: "Yen.
J' s.' - V ...
All the time Vittbno was away
ffrom home, raising his family's
fears he had been kidnaped or
perhaps even murdered, he was
trying to make a go of it on his
own in the bit: city.
He said he had only $70 in' his
Vittorio said nroudlv he' earnH
about $60 in the two jobs. But he
had only 12 left when he wa
picked up last night and he stij
wore tne trousers he bad on when
he left home.
"I was caught first," he said,
"but I would have called home
today or tomorrow anvwav. I wis
broke that's one reason."
START THE DAY THE HAPPY WAY!
4 '' jf
- THE INSTANT
Ihit Right in the cup)
JUST LIKE YOUryonr
children wuil a bot, drink,
mornings. For the one that
builds real Energy Reserve,
get NestU's EverReady
Cocoa. It's iwsm jusr 3
tevpoonfuts in a cup and
add hot water! It's deli
cious-you II love that rich
chocolate flavor! ;
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WHOLE MILK AND SUGAR ACE ALREADY IM
IT 1 1
The: boy' said he boucht iorV;
and underwear here and obtained
gray Jacket before he left Chi
cago. He later threw the iacket
jaway here, be said.
"I didnt want
it any more," he
English as fluent
-Asked why he
home, he said:
ran away from
I wanted some xrit(mi-t
I thought it would orovi-ic
with some self-assurance ani
Did he ret what he
his six weeks away from r-ntre?
I guess so." he replied. li a
Vittorio'i rarer.' 1 ir-ivH
by sirrlsnp r i Ch.csrj
morning ari rs"'-l to a r
with the hoy at 1 1 l h-s ; :
ail the tr
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V 1 f V
; .'.Willi Waging
. !n l.bmo Case
Tan 'ti'.cai 'I Airways
J as c it ,at j C-".l Aeronau
tics 1 i J to r c e Eastern
Air Lines' commit in the New
Yrok Mexico r 'on rase as a
camp-rum cf '' and vikiication.
and to ; irm tue c .Jcred Judg
ment of, Uie CAB examiner who;
found Pan American, to be the
"crystal1, clear choice to operate
the route; 1 i
Eastern's tactics in attempting to
car Pan American from the route
were -assailed yesterday by Henry:
J. Friendly, PAA general counsel
before the CAB in Washington. ;
, Eastern has used arguments
witnout consistency to suit lis pur
poses,' he asserted. In the New
York -- Florida case, Eastern ar ar-,
, ar-, gued against Pan American's cer-
, tification on the ground that an m-
, ternational airline should not be
i given domestic routes. Yet in the
, New York Mexico case,' Eastern
r argues that it. a domestic airline.
I must be given an'!internatioiur
l route and an international carrier
I be denied it.
record is that Eastern has never!
operated into Mexico at alL and
didn't even have a domestic con-)
necting service for a decade afteri
Pan American bad done, the pio
. ''Eastern says- If Is' wrong to
let' Pan American, parallel East
- ern. The record shews Eastern
waint against paralleling in 9
46 when It got the right to paral parallel
lel parallel i the service between Miami
and' San Juan which Pan Amer
icon had started 17 years before,
"Eastern says that if you select
Pan. American here,; PAA ?w i 11,
have two routes jto. Mexico City,
one from Houston which has' al
The route is truly an interna.
tionel one. Friendly said. Involv Involving
ing Involving service not only ';,; between
Mexico and Washington and New
York, but, between. Mexico 'and
Europe es well. Only Pan Amer
. lean has the,,, route structure to
provide one carrier: service be between
tween between Europe and Mexico, v he
asserted, and has the experience
to compete wjth other, interna.
' tionel airlines.
Eastern's "supremacy is not in
refinement of service," he said,
"but in cramming the largest
number of bodies into the, small
' Friendly'i conclusions follow:
"Eastern has sought to overturn
the recommendation of your exa
miner by a campaign of lies and
Vilification unprecedented in the
history of the Civil Aeronautics
Board. They,, and their henchmen,
have spread these through the
halls of Congress;, they have hawk hawked
ed hawked them to states ana municipali municipalities;
ties; municipalities; and a certain columnist has
broadcast them throughout t h e
- "Pan American's a q i w t r is
plain, It is Al Smith's phrase,
'let's look at the record.',
"Eastern-says it pioneered air
transportation to Mexico City, The
IIov West Indbs
By Sdvcliin Arniy
' In connection with the Sectional
Congress here in Panama and in
the Canal Zone June 14 to 18, Col.
and Mrs. John' S. Stannard will be
welcomed -as the new leaders for
the Salvation Army in the West
Indies with Headquarters at King Kingston,
ston, Kingston, Jamaica. (
Stannard has been a lifa long
Salvationist. A Londoner by birth,
t.h Colonel served at Internation
al Headquarters during the last
months of the founder s life and
witnessed Salvation Army activity
in that city,. 1 t
Following Military Service dur
ing 1914-18.- the Colonel entered
the Salvation Army Training Coin
t J ...l.ni.il A mi! nS- neat-
ways depended on' Eastern 'as ,,a L,.nf -Minr for. the following
Session, Then followed Corps, ap
pointments and Divisional w,o r k.
For seven years, the Colonel aerv
ed in Naval and Military ; Depart Department
ment Department at Portland This period was
interrupted by special work in E E-gypt
gypt E-gypt and Palestine; He then i took
cnarge oi iteo onieia acuvuies
lowing the landings in North Afri Africa,
ca, Africa, then Italy, Greece and Austria.
At the close of the war, he was
recalled to England, serving as
Divisional Commander in the Dur Durham
ham Durham South West and EasLon EasLon-don
don EasLon-don Divisions.
Mrs,. Stannard who has seen ma many
ny many tears of service in France prior
to her marriage has stood by her
husband in his many overseas ap
pointments, and is to accompany
him on his forthcoming -visit, ."
Their two grownup sons are re
maining in England. ;; v;v
Mo ki n g Recovery
s LONDON. May 31 (UP) Prin
cess Margaret was reported mak
ing "satisfactory ; recovery" today
from a feverish chill that forced
her to cancel official engagements
yesterday..: . -
connection, and the other 'from
New York, "But tho record shows
that; if Eastern were -selected, .flit
not only would have two routes,
one from New Orleans and the oth
er from New York, but would con connect
nect connect with Mexico Citv 36 United
States cities with a population cf
37,000,000, wnereas Pan American
would be left connecting two (Hou
ston and Brownsville) with, a po
pulation of 1.O00.000.
"Eastern'says Pa n American
will have a stock ownership in
the company that may receive, the
Mexican designation for this route.
But the record is that, of the two;
Mexican I companies a (Compania
Mexicana de Aviacion l and Aero-i
naves de Mexico) in which Pan A-
merican has stock ownership, one
has withdrawn its application for
the Mexican designation and Pan
American: has; contracted to sell
its 21 per cent stock interest in
the other, as indicated at the hear
intT two months aeo. vl
Eastern says Pan American is
an octopus and a monopoly. The
record is that on everv mile Pan
American nas cumpeuuon, usuuiiy
not just by one but by several air
lines;; that until just a year .ago
Eastern had an ironclad monopo
ly on the New York-Houston route;
and that they are still complain complaining
ing complaining and crying against the Board
for naving finally broken tmsir
"Happily there is, a limit i to
what reckless smear attacks can
accomplish in this country, what whatever
ever whatever it may do in o t h e r s. The
Board's examiner knew how to
sift the evidence, to separate the
wheat from the chaff, and to plant
himself on the solid rock of truth
it is the record that counts the
it is the recordt hat counts the
(Board and the. President must
find, as he did, that the choice of
pan American w operate me ixew
York Mexico Citv route in the
public interest is crystal clear."
ON THE RISE A resident of the Richmond Hills suburb
of Fort Worth; Texas, is watching as flood waters rise ,highr
in his house. Heavy rains caused a creek running through through-the
the through-the middle of town to : leave its bank- and flood : several
i-; "'square blocks.
MEDICHIE CABINET all Plastic
look like Baked Enamel on Metal
WILL COT RUST
4th of July Ave. and "H" St. Tel. 1-0725
TYbdoAti Qomfoht on a Biudqst
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Plasti-Foam air-conditioned cushioning. Buy these smart new pieces on ourDe-".
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, INTERIOR DECORATING IS OUR SPECIALTY
Remember it's what you don't see that counts!
,&ke furniture and (jHome furnishing Stort
4th of July Ave. and "H" St.
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS
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OPPOSITE SAN MICUEL CHURCH
This New: Store Will Abo Sell The Famous
.-Armofar Ijud 1 lb. package v -.
Quaker Oala 20 ok. ean . . . . V.
Eraporated BlUk large size . v. . -e
Sugar 2 lbs. package . . . .
? Sugar '-- S lbs. package ......';., ..,
' Pear Nectar 12 pz. can .'.r-.
Peach Nectar 12 oz. can.T..j. .'. .
- 'Apricot Nectar 12 oz. ean .i a
Pacific Queen Tuna 7-b. : can ,,
Vegetable Soup -, 10 oz. can . ... . . .-
Sardines with Tomato Sauce oval can -!
Kellogg'a Corn Flakes Package V v.
- .Vienna Sausages can ,.--
'fiL-t4U-Z" '-.- TV f
irjEiivs and vran
- t 'r-.tsf U
'S,v ; : ... ........ ..,
Deviled Ham can . ".-
Red Kidney Beans 1 lb. can .
French Cod Ush 1 lb.
Fruit Salad -7- large can ,i '. .
Toilet Papert roll ...
Lavasol Soap cake . .c.i
Royal Gelatine package .
' Urraca Cooking Oil bottle
Brooms ,. .......... .'. .........
Sweet Peas large ean .... ...... .. .
Margold Oleomargarine 7 1 Ib.-package
Golden Crown Butter 1 lb. package
TREE PRIZES FOR YOUR PURCHASES
13 r:rOTS to fcoy $20.00 or To tte Erst 100 penons to' fay $15.00 To the Crst lOO persons to bay J 10.00 more,
r -., t ; t :;i pro free of charjt
r 1 r
rrftabla aocH ,
1 tra'.t Julca
"LAC powdered rr.Hl:
' C-GI Soup
.. tj's Corn riiket
. "CAVXNA ..
: -t rrr
or more, we will rjre free cf .charrt
w. 1 ean ef STOKH.TS peach -f.
1 can of MAOOI tomato aaoee
1 package of MODESS Sanitary Tcnre'j
. 1 packer of Royal nan
1 ecrelop of TRtSCAVSSk
1 ro3of "ITYOLI toflet paper
1 enttlope of COXTISZXTil, troth
1 cake of LAVASOL ecap
1 enreJop of AVA determent eoap
' 1 amall cake of FALMOLTVZ eoap
we; will jire free of charje, .
v I can of VAN CAMP pork and beans
' 1 package of ROYAL Flan
'1 envelope of rRESCAVENA
- 1 tube of OIXEU tooth past -.
1 enrtlop of STTTON coffee,
, 1 can of KAPOLI tomato paste
1 roll of TIVOU toilet paper
" euTelope of AVA determent eoap
1 cake of LAVASOL soap
1 package of WRIGLLTTS Chewtef Gum
1 aman cake of PALMOUVZ soap
To the first ICO person! to fay $5.00
or more, win jire free of charxe ..
1 eaa ef rypgRWOOD derfl ham
enrelope cf rRSSCATEfA
1 eaa of SIRZNA PICA-PICA eardlnet :
I .tabe of KOLTNOfl tooth paste m
I I can ef KAFOLI tomato paste
1' paekaf f WRIOIXTS Cbewtaf Qua
I maa cak ef PALMTXZTI eoap
To the first 200 persons to fay $2.00 or oort,
we will jire free of cbarrs-
- 1..-.' 1 envelope of FRESCAVEtA ;
5- : 1 tab of PEPSOPgrr tooth paste
J 1 package of WRIOLXTT5 Chcwmff QttM
1 small cake ef PALUOZJVX eoap
Te the first 500 persons to fay.Sl.C0 or ccre
j,, we win pre tree of charxe
1 amaH baa; of LA TAHONA bread
1 amaU cake ef PALMOXJTX soap
1 packaf of PASCPAL creek er
: packac of BEECH33 Chnrtof Osta
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building, which has borrowed the Holland's shape. The USS Holland was accepted by the Navy i
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Central Are. and lis E. Street Tela. MI3 M(2J
EASY PAYMENTS Jast say: "CHARGE IT
SOROPTIMISTS HELP BOYS' FARM Tht president of the Panama Soroptlmlsts Club, Mlt
Rosita Palaclo. Rives a check to Dra. Clara Gonzalez de Behringer to buy new mattresses for
Boys' Farm. Dra. Clara de Behringer 1 ,the' director of the Boys' Farm.
auu nuv wv.
ahead to ritirmnt kv u
hsye different ideas 'in mind.
Here is a leter ,.from a wife
wnos husband has recently retir retired
ed retired and now wnt j K;
-" W WU UIVU
home, buy a trall mnA mwA k.
I rest of their lives moving in it
orn place W plaee. i f
- mat iin't oHw ha u.. f
taxing iut easy In fact she cant
uuim ui an.vimng much less ap-
ynuuum w w way ox living Quar Quarters
ters Quarters t than home on wheels.
She wants to know whit "to do
That's not no
She mifht h ihu't. ',t 'i...
foot down. But
havan unhsppy husband who
wwua wver let ner forget he re-tu-ed
with just one dream in mind
ana sne never let it come true.
She could iv. "Anvfhina -.....
warn u au rpns wun me, dear
That iv a v h'H mA i i ,-, v-i.
That wav she'd And im hv k.t-
miserable, and nrnhihl hv n.b
ing him minersble with, -"If we
naa oniy Kepr our home" remarks.
tolVB .IKAILKR LlrSj I
t A trial
IF she is enn" 'i rf
she might try suf-rsUng taat they
rent a trailer and srend a few
months finding out how they like
If hor hsishanri is a.
home-loving as most men he'U
probably be lust as glad to set
back to his familiar Knm. .. Ii.
- aa mm
Of course, the ran Koft i.
odds bv not nsinc ill ha. h .
makme skill to shield h 1. ..
band from the realities of trailer
life. i :.
If she lets hfr linehinri w ...
, i put (jn
With the Stsndard inrnnvni.nn..
instead of figuring out ways to o-
vercome mem, sneii nave a bet-
ter chance irf eurinff him nf i;.
taste for trailer life.
nappy enaings to this trial plan.
ine trip comd convince her hus
nana mat tjir' n nia. 111..
home. Or it might possibly but
that's a long shot Convince her
that trailer life beats staying put.
The Minister of Education. Ing. Victor N. Juliao officiat officiated
ed officiated at the opening of the Festival of Flowers at the Arts and
Science Building this morning. Mr. Ricardo Bermudez fol followed
lowed followed with a speech thanking Mrs. Dora Bennett and Mrs.
Pat Morgan for their work and organization which bad re resulted
sulted resulted in the lavish display of exotic blooms and arrange arrangements
ments arrangements which greeted the eyes of all who attended the show.
This evening roe Queen of Flowers will be crowned by
Coffee Queen Analida at a dance and a ballet will be per performed
formed performed by members of the National School of Dancing,
HARTFnwn' Ctmn Mar SI
fUPl Nelson Brown. inakr nt
; me vonnecucui jiouse oi jiepre-
sentauves, on why he east the tie tie-breaking
breaking tie-breaking vote on a bill which per-
t -'mm ciues ana towns to,, provide
Julv fireworks tn be used on the
PfiTsM. iii h.w T .f "n" scnoois:
Ft. Amador American Lcfinn
Club, June 29,1 : ;,jvl ,.
It wAi not held Mav 29 a vn
errbneously reported to this col
umn. . 'l! m.; ,r
"I'm a ChnffreffatlnnalUt T tta.
lieve in tha aenSratinn nt thi
church and the state. But I did not
inuut mat was the issue here."
Those who Wish to support 'this
project have ample time to do so.
ncses may oe pu
Mr. Alfred Gauvin.
the Pacific Side Independence Day
I.' U.M4MtAM Um l.iTltnil it,. ..... IT.!., u i 1- r A
nail nauwswu uas iutiwu i iub uaiuu uiuuu vuurcu ui uaiuu.
Wedding Plans I Celebration..;
The marriaffo Mm Shlrlovi
Anne4 Keepers and Mrs Dale Wal-stonlcher Dinkgreve
WASHINGTON .WretVrv nf
State John Foster Dulles on. the
need for. progress in the London
'icket mav h. nnrnhaM J 0a t think VOU Can CD
Mr. Alfred 'Gauvm, chairman ofi?Ikinnd ulkm ind t,lkinI r
i year inrr v.ir inn wit m.
iy ufp' o "uu ua. w TT x I atonic her Dlnkoreve
The Ambassador of the United Iter Taylor of Gatun will be solem- 'Marriage Annownced
members of the Panama Press
ana naaio xor cocxiaus mis eve
ning at the Embassy Residence
on La Cresta to meet Mr. George
W. Edman, First Secretary and
Public Affairs Officer and Mr. Lee
Ringer, Information Officer and
Attache of the Embassy Staff.
be eererhnnv and the teoentinn
which will follow at the church.
Mr. and Mra Riohaivl ti ninU
All friend, are taed to 155 '.nnonc. flsSWJ5
For Independence Dav
Slated Far June 29
The dance, which Is being orgs
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dauehter Svivia Mae n iua
John Stonlcher, son of Mr. Stephen
Stonicher of New Orleans. Louisia-
The marriacra innle tT.o In M..
year after vear and not set
Iwhere. I thuik there naa ant tn he
some progress made in order to
cip inese laus auve."
'0UINCY. Calif !' BI1.1.
civU defense sector coordinator on:
uis reacuon imoni uranium m-
kvw wui geiger counters
wnen raoioacuve tauout struck:
XheV sure BOt a ahnelr ho
veryuung surted v buzzing this
CHICAGO Paul If. Stevens,
,v 1,.,,. .. -i (U cwiu'i.ll. i XY I" .aui Stevens,
Miss Dinkgreve is a graduate i.LW?"1 B'Ptitt con con-of
of con-of Cristobal High School JStm! teli
graduate from thTouro Infirma. ?.deWt!. to h f olden, anni-
graduate from the1 Touro Infirma
ry jscnooi or XMursing4in New-Orleans,
Jehn Megee ;J
nw- wn VISIT 1 iu ..u ...i
John Maeen' arrived k. tut. w vnn
week taWDftOTtt 55KJ5
hBS COmnleted hia frechm.n
He will visit with friends an
0DO-R0-NO... Ueaut no mirror
can UU yoic all you thould know
. o6ow four charm!
No worries about perspiration prob problems
lems problems when you use Ode-Ro-No Spray I
Instantly, this delightfully fragrant
deodorant baniib.es underarm odor....
checks moisture. ..for a foil 24 Lours t
Ssfe for skin and dothes, tool
Yqjlt Mtatsjf Dsfly Hsblt
John ia the inn nf M. 'an A
C -T- .... mil,
. F. Maeee. Inns time ...i'i..i.
of the Zone who retired last rear
and left tn maVe tu.u u.- i
the States. ',. ,
(Continued on Page 1)
verisrv meeting hf
bus reacnea areas j where pe
'The eommiasinn haa m.n '.li
ujb wora oi iroa and presented
Christ to black pea
WASHINGTON A ata'tement
83 northern H a n nMMM...
.,frgin? th P'e'ent civil rights
um wn ne oeteated only if .'. a
deal is made between southern
members and ; inm. nnnhii.
Such a enalitinn lin m.iI
too often in the past. It must not
be allowed to nrevant ihm u..t.
mtnt of civil rights legislation,
llcgrb 61 Arrci::J :
Fcr Rcfa$:I To S:l :
COLIIMBIIR. fia Matr' 1 Tn
I A Negro soldier was .bound over
to a wuscogee UHinty grand Jury
today on chsrges of violating Geor Georgia's
gia's Georgia's bus segregation law.
PfeJ Mnntffnrd T. P a A 1 11
based at nearby Ft Benning, was
bound over hv Reenrriera f n t
Judse Frank IT. f!arani t ....
--------- un under
der under $100 bond.
Card well nraa arwtt Tn..)..
night after a bus driver rmnnrtA
he refused to move to the rear of
a cny dus.
Albert Thorn nann attnrnew
i the Negro soldier, asked Judge
Garrard to acquit Cardwell on
rounds that Georgia's law requlr requlr-ig
ig requlr-ig segregated seating on buses.
was nullified hv a lis sum-am
Court decision outlawing bus seg-
:euon u Montgomery, Ala.
-Garrard hounri CarAwmii v
without ruling on the matter. :
San Miguel Church
States 'Activities' J:
Tha a.nntifleit nhnrrVw -.
w vx UUU
In an Miguel n will conduct
epeciat prayer meeting this eve
ntng it, 7 o'clock. U member,
and frkadi asked ta attend,
, Tomorrow tiie younr ; people
Will Conduct j mTi tuitAnn -a'.-e
sale at the church at 5 p.m. on
Sunday, all members are asked
to attend Lord's Supper at ft
CHICAGO. May 31 ifUPUT.ln
CavazOS. who lives to eat nvatei.-
stew when he has a cold, says It
really pays off. Cavazos was gulp gulp-ing
ing gulp-ing some of his favorite remedy
Monday when ha almnit awallnw.
ed a pearL (-..
.' An RMot, ready le eat...kis) v
9ne of Mofty fine Swemesi -'
footU Yee know they're good
bcoust ttrtjy'w Mod by fli9
iook ro SYTANSOII
;. vouai rnd QUALITY
5 ; v
Whsin (Dad SayA-
in our CAFE GRILLE
aervlco at POOLSIDE TERRACE"
UnbeaUsble family pleasure
at our SUNDAY BRUNCH V,
enjy years If at EJ Panama
It's cheaper than yea think!
, ANNOUNCES r
idditional Registration for Summer classes',
for aU ages will be held ..
MONDAY mnd TUESDAY r
. June. 3rd and 4th from ill 5 to 5:30 :'
... Preylona- students tnay register by phoning r.
'- 2-4171 Thursday thru Sunday ' :
thereafter Phone 2-175L i
V. f .JT Jt tonlglil After Dinner
V, V yoa vill like it;
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1 r. And Mr,. Juhnn U leaving tomorrow on
rS KrTroy; New York.
tirA. Kenneth S. John- erMr Sjjl 1 wiU
on of AlbrooK Air J" orce o --- r.-----j-r7T,
nnounce the birth of their lirst
hild a daughter, Kathleen Eliza Eliza-c.h,
c.h, Eliza-c.h, May 21 at Gorgas Hospital.
i Berg V.'ill
arry Sgt. Smith
'nlitphnir' Institute i and w w i I I
hen go to Hartford, Conn.;;" to at at-'
' at-' end the graduation of their son
li-ed from Trinity College.
J Tney plan to see their daughter
Jin. T. A. Pack Jr. in Washing-
I nn n C nnrl uiill trioit nilh IvjIi.
m.. vini. F.trada Bern and Sill's relatives In Albany.' N. y.
,e?berrf has-been the guest ?"d Jr.'wiU re-
'of honor at several parties during urn lem- ...
,.Ju?W.- Cross Director .' i'
iAJtii. v mitivvj m ... ------- LAaVAft
at a cocktaU buffet ana kiicd
shower at her residence; W
Cangrejo. -.'.. V
. rh. r..nninchm were co- "e,awa.re: Higgins, who has
K it dinner at the Sky f tour of duty here,
Chef honoring the briae-to-oe. m
I Mr. And Mrs. Fred$W -i ;
Loava Ta Attend i '
Son's Graduation f-v
Mr. and Mrs, Fred oe v sin
Postmaster Summerfield Gets
Jolt From White House Wags
c. t ,. Mutual Benefit Socie
ty will give away free of charge
500 lOUVenir comiueiuM"".
their 30th anniversary- and -their
recreational and educational t trip
througn .me r anama r f --
day" aboard we, lerryiwai riw i
aenie rorras. .
N By MERRIMAM SMITH v,
' WASHINGTON, May 81 UP)
h White House:
iWags .at the White House, have
come up with all sort? of ideas for
IPostmaster General A r t
,ummefueW save :moijr.
ci.mn for one thing. 1 he
plan is simplicity itself; Leave the
, .tomnc ann let 1 tne
mailer apply his own., : '. -; I
Kthr- SpII three-cent stamps
I i n cnei f loo. uncut and un-
cost of perforation and simplify
.ou0 Tiwtforinre The savines here.
however, are dubious because the
avas s plan might promote an even uenv-
- jua&s x veiyn. luggiDS, American i-r man vummc
PaH rnea L1! r:HA., -j. i i. 4k. Krieih f iAifhTA in tnA UnStfll 1
brook Field, is -leaving by MATS service, v :
Pt-nhoMv th most loclcal of the
silly ideas was declaration of a;
"No Mail Week." Nobody would
send letters for a week, reducing
I mail volume and departmental
costs at the same time- , -t
Whether' President Eisenhower
realized it or not; he gave report report-lers
lers report-lers and photographers a break by
not going to Gettysburg this week weekend.
end. weekend. He and Mrs. Ike spent Mem Mem-Tkav
Tkav Mem-Tkav and are sDendinff the
rest of the weekend in the White
House. Members of tne press wno
trail the chief executive whereyer
he goes can stay ai nome, loo.
.If Mai. John Eisenhower's neigh
bors at nearby Ft. Belvoir, ,Va.,
hrnHca.ot stations at distances up
to 1,500 miles. .;,.
Strictly Rumor Department: In Instead
stead Instead of going west for a vacation
this summer, the President might
try New England. Some of his New
irnfflanri fripnri's have been sug
gesting it. Seldom has Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower had such good fishing as he did
two years ago on jLase rarma rarma-chene
chene rarma-chene in Maine.
Each notiei for Inclusion In this
column should !b tubmitt4 hi
typ-writta (orm and mailod
tho box number littod daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othorwiia," or doliverod
V.hsnd to tho effict. Notico of
meetings einno? ba accepted
I The regular monthly meeting of
AFCSME CIO-AFL Local 900 will
be held in Paraiso on T&ursday
Eight.-.. .. .
I. Purpose of the 'meeting it to dis discuss
cuss discuss the current legislative pto pto-gram.r
gram.r pto-gram.r -.
AcoaY cm cxipn.
v By OSWALD 1ACOBY
: Written for NEA Service
where she has been satationed for
es, t leaving iorre-assign-
Prank Claveomh Jr. '.
Visiting Here, j ,t
' ITrnnlr. PUvMMh T ..A. 1 ;
I just finished is preliminary basic
Isthmus fnr a chnrf nriti. ki.
w v; vm uia
DarentS. Mr. anrl Mr rkgRuia.
- T ew ;wuHivi '-
'mirez of Panama.
After his visit he will return to
Fort Jackson, North Carolina for
Robert Sahsbury, Latin Ameri- hear a small, grave voice piping
v.w whuuu.j, uatiu Allien
can publishing Director for Time
Life International anil- n m
Newell, Pacific Coast manaeer.
are stopping at Tlotel El Panama
nrhn' tii. forrvhnat leaves oler
18 in Balboa for Gatun,; teturtiing
sometime in the afternoon to uam
into their radio sets, they need look
no further than David Eisenhower,
'grandson, lot an explanation.
Amnncr rernt eifti delivered to
the White House for David was a
Ismail radio transmitter and receiv receiver.
er. receiver. The unit can transmit up to
sometime in tne arteraoon 10 "-J ,u, l 77 T,
boa, the curtaid wiU ring down onward the Panama Line ship Cns Cns-ariniversary
ariniversary Cns-ariniversary activities. w b yesterday '.alter a t vacation
d to exceed that of t h spent some time in Miami,
dinner program he.a f Xw and Washington.
it last eek.- j tv.4,
TeCOTIOfl .VI. i tin iuui v "i-
T..rn. j 5KI fut thrnuffh conventional ra
. 1 . U:. .4- J .1 nlr ..M .Unri.arf
luv acts, buu vau w up Bisuuaiu
Everv effort of the committee in
chartre has been put into this ac-
? ram eones. teanuts and
MnVi vHU r on ala.throu8h-
out the trip. A popular, well known
conjunto Has Deen engagea iu jmi jmi-ish
ish jmi-ish music, and if anyone gets hurt
from rocking .'n' rolling he ,an
mV wMiini at the first aid cen
tr that wiU. be estaDUsaea, ice
h 0ivn ': imv iree. u
T. w" ' i
tv am-vhnat lftavea Sunday at
t a.m.,' and everyone ia requested
to be on one dock carina
r JACKSONVn'CWrw a 10.
vear-old bus a r 1 f
,e" j.a vi. .rffiotil wife follow-
ing heated argument .tt frort
porch of ner norat u ---fcimself
with a target PistoL
Police said Cartton t aylor who
hid been separated from bis s
year-old wife, Martha, -.'
weeks fired a buUet through the
. Z h.a.ahe refused
ttruck her on tne nec
under her right V'l
Tavlor then turned the pistoion
himself and feU dead ontf. steps.
tiU clutching the weapon. .The
couple's two sons, aged t,
were in the living room at the
UMn. Taylor was reported "to
"satisfactory" condition today fol following
lowing following surgery this morning. v
' Patrolman A. E. Weaver Said
k. .rrivaH at the scene Mrs.
Taylor was standing on the porcn
holding a ciooa encucu -round
vshn was Just calm as could
t, Weaver said. He quoted her
as 1 ty lua,
id she then sat down and wait
ed for an amouianco.
She told police her husbaad ap apparently
parently apparently dit not know the divorce
decree was to become final today.
A witness across the Street told
police 'the couple argued violently
la the bouse and in Taylor S ear
parked in front. ..
He said Taylor then drove H
"i came hack in about 10 min min-v:es
v:es min-v:es and tred the shots.
Robert Lee Knapp
Mr RvihArt Tm Vninn Mhiwi.
ed to ".the Isthmus yesterday after
enjoying .a six-week visit with his
family in Birmingham, Ala,.. ':4
(BRISTOL, England, May 3t-UP)
Arthur Wallbridge told a court
hmr v.ilrdav lila ufm maHa fier
pet dog sleep between them every
nigni aurmg ineir seven yars 01
marriage. He was granted a di
vorce on grou.ds of cruelty.
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North and South' vulnerable
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rass Pass I 4 j PaM
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Opening lead A
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HERE is another hand that con contributed
tributed contributed to Edgar Kaplan's victory
in the Life Master's Individual.
Kaplan's opening bid was a mi
nimum and his partner's single
raise did not encourage him in the
slightest. Hence, he passed South's
When East raised acain. Edear
was pleased. He was sure that
he coujd make three diamonds and
hoped to be allowed to play that
contract. North's belated t h r e e e-spade
spade e-spade bid was passed around to
Edgar and he decided to double.
A double of thii natnra ia
business in rubber hriHep Vnn win
probably set the opponents one
trick, but if declarer succeeds in
bringing home his contract he will
score game and rubber. The
odds are aealnst vou and vnu mt
ly pass and try to set the undoub-
ieo coniracu ' i
In match noint diinllrata if
set the opponents one trick vul-
nera Die you score 200 points. This
result will be close to a tan
if you have no game while the loo
point score for an' undoubted set
will be poor if you could have
made your three -diamonds.
'Edgar opened his ace of clubs.
He had control of trumps and
wanted to get in a ruff. East sig signaled
naled signaled with the ten and Edear lei
his second club to East's king. A
third club was ruffed and Edgar
still held his ace of spades and ace
of diamonds to set the hand one
! I East and West could have made
four diamonds lor a score "of 130
but the -200 point "penalty turned
out to be a top.
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Cincinnati i 26 14
Brooklyn ,. 23 14
Milwaukee 23 15
.297 13 y2
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)
New York at Pittsburgh (N)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (N)
Cincinnati 001 100 0002 4 0
St. Louis 110 310 Olx 7 13 1,
Nuxhall (1-3), Hacker, Fowler
Schmidt (4-1) and H. Smith.
(Second Game) j
Cincinnati 100 100 4107 9 0
St. Louis 010 020 0003 8 0
man and Bailey.
Mizell (0-3). Wilhelm, Merritt
and Landrith. i
Chicago 000 100 1002 8
Milwaukee 002 001 02x 5 7
Drott (3-5), Brosnan and Nee-
Crone (2-1) and Rice.
Chicago 010 120 0004 9 0
Milwaukee 000 110 0002 9 1
Poholsky. Elston (1-0). Little-
field, Lown and Silvera, Neeman.
Phillips (2-1). Murff. Conley,
Jolly and Crandall.
Brooklyn 000 112 000 4 9 0
Pittsburgh 000 100 0203 7 0
Maglie (2-1), Lablne and Cam Campanula.
panula. Campanula. Lav (2-2), Face and Foiles.
Brooklyn OOflrooo 001 1 9 1
Pittsburgh 0001)20 0004-2 7 0
Koufax (3-2F,?Koebuck. Craig
and Walker, Campanella.
Purkey (3-3) and Rand.
Phila. 000 010 00012 3 0
New York 010 000 000 01 6 2
Simmons (4-2) and Lopata.
Gomez (6-3) and Thomas.
Philadelphia 010 000 0001 4 0
New York ; 201 005 OOx 8 12 0
Cardwell (3-1), Meyer, Hearn,
Morehead and Lonnett.
Barclay (2-3) and Katt.
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AGENCIAS V. H. DOEL, S. A.
29-U AaUmebOe Rew TeL J THS
Baltimore at New York (N)
Boston at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Kansas City (N)
Detroit at Chicago (N)
City 010 120 001 05 13
100 020 002 1 12
Morgan, McDermott, Burnette
(3-2) and Smith.
Maas, Gromek, Sle&ter (1-0)
Kansas City O00 000 0022 .8
Detroit 000 001 02x 3 8
Portocarrero (1-1), Trucks and
Foytack (5-3) and Wilson.
Baltimore 200 300 001 06 14 0
Boston 000 131 001 17 12 0
Ceccarelli, Brown, Zuverink
(3-2) and Triandos.
Stone, Porterfield (1-2) and
Baltimore 010 101 101 5 12
Boston 020 136 04x 16 16
Fornieles (2-6), Wight, Houtl
teman ana Trtanaos.
Sisler (4-2) and White.
Cleveland 000 100 1114 11 2
Chicago 0210O1 02X 6 9 1
Daley (1-3), Pitula, i, Tomanek
ana Naragon, Nixon.
, .Donovan (4-1) and Battey.
Cleveland 000 010 0001 3 ,2
Chicago 100 010 OOx 3 5 0
Garcia (1-2), Narleski and
Pierct (8-2) andiollar. 1
New York- 000 000 100- 3
Washington 002 021 OOx 5 7 0
Cicotte (0-1), Terry, Byrne
Fascual (4-4) Byerly and Ber-
" (Second Game)
New York 105 120 0009 9 0
Washington 000 000 0000 5 4
Shantz (5-1) and Howard.
Abernathy (1-6), Hyde, Her.
nandez and Fitzgerald.
nu a mil
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DOWN DREAM STREET Henry (Toothpick) Brown
heads for the canvas to be counted out after being hit on the
jaw by Kenny Lane in the sixth' round f their lightweight
bout at the Detroit Olympia. It is 13th straight for Lane..
, 27 15
, 24 15.
, 20 123
. 18 23
Havana 001 100 02 6
Miami v 000 000 0 0 2 "1
Cuellarr Pena (7) and Izquier
Mason, Anderson, (7) and 8ul-
' Second ram was postponed,
4u to wei rrounds. j
(First Game. 7 Innlnog)
Montreal' 000 00011 S S
Rochester 402,210 x 9 ? 0
Vaides, Barker' (3), Crtstante
(S). Paea (5) and .Roseboro:
Mackinson. an d Green. LP: Vai
des. HR's: Clark, Green, Rose'
Montreal 000 000 1001 8 f
Rochester 100 100 2 Ox 4 11 0
Grob, Vaides (7) and' Rosebo-
ro; Ricketts and Teed. LP: Grob,
HR: Del Greco.
Toronto 401 000 1208 12 1
Buffalo 001 100 0002 6 3
Pearce and St Claire; Herbert,
Kune (1), Santiago (5), Bradford
(8) and Noble. LP: Herbert
HR's: Nelson 2,. Morton.
(Second Game, 7 Innings)
Toronto 110 00125 11 1
Buffalo 200 001 03 5 0
Johnson, Crtmlan (7) and Ro Ro-selll:
selll: Ro-selll: Drews, Nagy (7) and As-
troth, WP: Johnson. LP: Drews.
HR's: Jethroe 2, Easter, 2, Mor
' (Second Game)
Richmond 000 00 4004 im
Columbus 000 000 0303 8
Kite and Watlington: Naran
Jo, Sawyer (9) and Peterson,
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUK
Results and standings follow:
San Francisco 9, Sacramento 0
' (Second Game)
Saa Francisco 4, Sacramento 2
Los Angeles 3", San Diego 1 (1st)
6a Diego 2, Los Angeles 0 (2nd)
Vancouver 0, Hollywood 0
Portland 8, Seattle 4 (1st 12 In.)
Seattle 3, Portland 1 (2nd)
Los Angeles t t-San
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Results and standings follow:
Louisville 8. Indianannli, a
Louisvill 8 Tndiaanriu
cnaneston 4, Wichita 2 (1st).
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wicmta 4, Charleston 0 (2nd)
Denver 5, Omaha 0 (1st)
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KANSAS CITY. Mo
Gordon (Mickey) Cochrane, for
mer iiar maiar ieacua
witn in a i
came oy a committee which an
nually selects a former athletic
star who already has been named
for the national Hall of Fame.
MILAN. Italy (UP) A delega
tion of international professional
drivers begin "survival" talks
concerning the Monza 500 mile
auto race here on June 3'.' The
drivers will hold their talk- with
the organizers of the mm to
cuss whether the race should be
held on the "flat roadway course
or the so-called "high speed"
SAN FRANCISCO (UP)
championship heat of the
Gold Cup hydroplane speed-
races-will be televised nationally
by the American Broadcasting
Co. from Seattle's Lake Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Auff- '11.-" t K
LONDON (UP) Out of the
"Vs, ""'""i"uuu "Bl
been named for the June 5 run running
ning running of the famed Epsom Derby.
Queen Elizabeth will be represent represented
ed represented by Doutelle while four Ame-L-
hein owned horses Dois De Mic,
l em pest, eauymoss and Royau Royau-mont
mont Royau-mont also are in the field.
KTNSTON, N.C. (UP) Letters
and affidavits have been filed by
a group of Kinston businessmen
with Minor League President
George Tjiuttnan for debts total totaling
ing totaling $8,404 against L. C. Fiwler of
Burlington, N.C. tbe former oper
ator oi a Carolina League base
ball dub. Fowler reportedly left
bills unpaid when be switlhed the
nhh to wSoZ Msylnow untfl T.ce day will eng.ge in
; Tilight, workW..nd..hort prints.
fey MILTON RICHMAN '
NEW YORK, May" 31 (UP)-The
New York Yankees, world '", cham
pions at finance as well as base
ball, already nave a $600,000 rent
al plan mapped out today for
incoming Cincinnati Redlegs once
the Brooklyn Dodgers and N w
York uianti puu out for the west
the crowim? tfiihilit h. Tl.
Dodgers wdi play their 1958 home
games1 at Mammoth Memorial Co-
liseum in Los Angeles, the Giant
wui play theirs at Seals Stadium
in San Francisco, and the : R
legs will share Yankee Stadiihn
witn the Yankees.
xu uwo jeKisianire roor e
tion early today to keeD the Red.
legs ai nome. snortly before 2 a
ui. r,ui me nouse concurred in
senate amendments on a bill tn
neip tne team obtam a new and
biseer stadium. Th hill .w
to uov. William O'Neill for his
Th ipoisiiitmn intrnAj k
Rep. Robert Taft Jr., son of the
late JJ.S. senator, would permit
tuuuines to Iinance i construcfinn
of public stadiums through the is
suance or revenue bonds.
The bill WSS ruihad fhraiich
the Ugislatur after reports the
Ka egr rranchise might be mnv
ra iv nw i gru DteauM or noar
nuawm ana parKing facilities at
irosiey Maid in Cincinnati, -i
President Dan TouDinp nf the
Yankees already is on record as
saying me would not be averse
4a a ... ...
iV cuueiiani,, so lone as the in.
o- v Z w?ull m encroach
nil IhA VanlrAAD' bHam... o l.
,r Hwiuuce, oucn
IT.." mma' ioppm "a
UCiai SaiQ. "Will mak th PoH.
isgsinink tneyTe paying off the
Among 25 'Coils'
Entered For Derby
LONDON. Max 81 (UPWJockev
Club (Official today wered-fac-
that m onit. wnuM 2nnf.h iw
by Stakes at Epsom, on June 5.
Ha wit -s eyed raee experts look-
ng at the list of final acceptance.
saw the name, of the Irish entry
Derby. Race rules have prohibit
ed the running of geldings since!
Master Effort has been ? with
drawn from the classic, but the
oversight en the part of the ewn-
r, Mrs. s. R. Martin, will, cost
a forfeit of 100 sterling (280 dol
' Meanwhile, -the publication of I
he acceptance list has resulted in f
Betting fans virtually ignoring the
firm favorite. Sir Victor Sassoon's
Crepello, with most of the pre-race
betting being concentrated on two
Pipe Of Peaee. the e a t r r- of
Creek shipping magnate Stavros
'Niarchos, has dropped two points
and in now emoted at a tn 1 hohinH
C'resello. on whom aomM bookies
are. prepared to offer 2 to 1 after
efusing even money earlier in
Most popular' among' the entries
jrita an "outside" chance is one
f tne four American owned en
tries, Mrs. George Ohrstrom's Roy-
:rT'"- -Kr" irX&
to,6 in the pre-race betting list
Although 24 throughreds are
scheduled to face the starting gate
or the mile and half classic next
Wednesday, experts believe that
ess than .20 one of the smallest
fields m recent eyars will con-
est tbe event- ..
Lack of rain has hardened the
tarf throughout the country, and
very few racetracks, including Ep-
om, nave lacuiues witn wnicn to
water tbe course. In consequence,
some racehorse owners are hesit
ant at allowing their vain able
throughbreds to risk Injury on tbe
bona hard rround. Most of the
favored entriea today com Dieted
their serious training for Wednes-
day's event with strong gaDops or-
er th Derby distance, ana irom
A lUrkty Hotrf
v: --v By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK. Mav
- T&CeS IITSt milestone
Day lead in their modern history today- while th
rinrinnati RpriWa 'LAu tiJL Ju- j i I
Cincinnati Kediegs held first place on this date for
ine IirSI lime Since their 19X9-4(1 nontiunt V9
d lT' "'"" kS''"v, '5 f
The go-go White Sox opened
up a three-game lead in
American League yesterday when
Dick Donovan and Billy' pierce
pitched and batted them to a 6-
4 and 2-1 victories' over the
Cleveland Indians. : The White
Sox last held first place on this
I date in 1951 when their lead was
i v r
Tne Keaiecs. meanwnue. : re
talne? their ame and a half
margta the National League
split doubleheaders. ; The Red'
legs beat the St Xouis Cardi
nals, 7-3, after a 72 defeat; the
Brooklyn Dodgers scored a 4-3
victory and then '.lost to : the
Pittsburgh Pirates,-2-1, and the
Milwaukee Braves lost to the
Chicago Cubs. 4-2, after winning
uieir opener, 5-z
The New York Yankees routed
the Washington senators, 9-0,
alter a s-i deieat, tne Boston
Red Sox drubbed the Baltimore
onoies. 7-e ana xo-s. and- tne
Detroit ger swept the Kansas
City A's, 0-5 ana 3-2. m:the otn-
.( Ir A T. mitih Th Wont Vnrlr
nlno- 4.1 rifat VtA M n. th
Philadelphia Phillies 8-1, In the
Crowds totallner S37.023 view.
ed the eight holiday doublehead
ers with a top turnnut of 40,944
for the A's-Tlgers doubleheader
in ueiroiv. v '-r
Donovan scattered 11 hits and
drove in three runs with three
singles for the White Sox In the
openef and then pierce notched
eighth win of the season "with
a three-hitter eplcefl wltn nine
strikeooW. The, little lefty, who
has allowed only one earned
f111? 2V. Un!?gD?
' Vin in
I "VL "r-i-r.-r
"-e uwuia WCio uB
Bobby Sbants pitched a ftve-
hltter for bis fifth win for the
Yankees-after Camilo Pasenal
beat tbe world champions for
the first time in his career
with a six-hitter. Andy Carey
sparked the Yankees' nine-hit
attack In the nightcap while
Jim Lemon homered for Wash Washington
ington Washington In the opener.
Jackie Jensen walloped a 10th
Inning homer to give the Red Sox
I their opening-game win and
knocked In three runs with a
I homer, double and single to lead
Boston's 16-hlt attack in the
second game. Bob Porterfield
won hia first imi as a result Of
Jensen's flrst-eame homer and
Dave Sisler weathered 12 Balti
more hits for his fourth triumph.
Pitcher" Loo Sleater, batting
for -the first time this season,
won his own game with a 10th 10th-lnnlrnr
lnnlrnr 10th-lnnlrnr homer for Detroit and
Frank Boiling hit two homers to
helo Paul FoyUck cost his fifth
Govcmmenl To Pul
Slockholder on Sland
III inr lriR ManOJl
NEW YORK (UP) Govern
ment attorneys, fighting to force
Norris and Arthn Wirtx to
their stock in U Madison
square, uaraen Lorp-, wiu put
Garden mrnonty stockholder on
ine siana Monaiy, wnen ue xea
eral monopoly hearjng is re-
, ... .
Jim merely &$J
At Wednesdays session In fed
eral court, Judge Sylvester Ryan
said. I am heading toward a de
cision I was reluctant to take
that both International Boxing
Clubs (of fvrw York and Illinois)
I Judc Ryan, wbe en March I
found the Jim Norris boxing en
terprises guilty of monopoly in
the conduct of title fig Ms. is now
listening to suggested break up
decrees that may be included in
his- final Judgment Government
attorneys are proposing drastic
decrees; defense lawyers, lenient
Although sti3 considering tbe
situation "with an ertirr'y crn
mind," the Judre said, "the In International
ternational International Boric; Clubs tvs bo
nseful purpose excrt to tf ythbutt
rrof.ta on the n-e o'i t.s.
There is no rein it tv.r cni-'
tinuance escrt r r -' tr
conf-piracy ti v ..-- t i t
31 fTIPV- Th cm
With the' hlVp-Pst i HTfmnrf 1
nlal smashed his 10th homer for
uie a s, wno ye losp lour straight
games.,- ,.t ,:,riv:.: ;.
Gus Bell's three-run seventh seventh-lnnine
lnnine seventh-lnnine homer was the big blow
for the Redlegs in their night nightcap
cap nightcap after Willard SphmlrtfV
Xour-hl'tter gave, St. Louis an
upenuio; game decision. Tom
t&Vi?1' Teliet al4 from Her Her-SheU
SheU Her-SheU Freeman,.. won this sixth
game behind a nine-hit Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati attack that also included
homers by George Crowe, Frank
Robinson and Ed Bailey. St Louis'
Wally Moon hit safely in both
games to run his streak to 23
straight games. ;
Duke Snider's two-run hom homer
er homer helped Sal Maglie win hia
second game of the year and
make his lifetime mark 24-5
against Pittsburgh but the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates got ... a .strong nine-hit
,. pitching performance from Bob
Purkey t win the nightcap.
Purkey, .-; ,;, who f hasn't beaten
any other team in the league,
now has whipped the Dodgers
three straight times this sea-
,sou,' ... :.;j
Walt Morvn'a 't.wn.mn ftt.h-
inning single enabled the Cuba
to SDlit their bargain hill after
Ray Croine pitched an eight-hitter
for his first ylctory since A A-pril
pril A-pril 24. Don Elston, recently ac acquired
quired acquired form the Dodgers, .won
the nightcap for' the Cubs. .Bill
Bruton and Del Rice, .homered
TCIT t.hA IQraVa in iVtak AnAnti a
helo kayo Dick Drotf. ,. Drott
struck out 15 Braves in Jhls pre
vious start last Sunday.
, vuxs juarciay s rour-nitter. a
two-run homer ly Willie Mays
na uiree niu dv Kea sctio-n-
dienst, gave the Giants an easy
triumph after Curt Simmons won
his, JOOth' rnajor. league game
with V-hitter. Simmons beat
out ah infield hit in the 10th to
drive in the winning run. Mavi
stretched his batting streak to
18 games: r- :
, LEADINQ BATTERS
Based on 100 Offlclal at Bats
Flayer and club g ab th Pet.
Muslal, fit. Louis 37 155 24 96 .331
Cimoll. B'klyn 28 121 22 43 .355
Robinson, CtacL 88 164 31 63 .354
Groat, Pitts. 32 128 16 45 .352
Fondy, Pitts. 31 129 19 45 .349
Mays, New York 38 146 28 80 .342
Bailey, ClncL 38124 25 42 .339
Aaron, Mil. 39 187 34 56 .335
Hoages, B'klyn 37147 17 49 .333
Thomas, Pitts. 36 148 15 49 .331
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Bos;. 36 128 25 82 .411
Mantle, N.Y. 38 128 33 48 .355
Bertoia, Detroit 32 106 11 37 .349
Triandos, Baltl. 29 111 14 38 .342
Wertas, deve. 37126 24 43 .341
Fox, Chicago 37 140 26 47 .338
Mauch. Boston 29 116 15 38 .328
Pllarcik, Baltl. 38 110 11 34 .309
De maestri, k.C. 39 lll 16 34 .306
Boyd, Bala 37 125 24 38 .304
i HOME RUNS
Moon, Cards ............
Mathews, Braves ........
Williams, Red Box
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Bell. Red.egs 3
Elevers. f T.stors 5
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Race Track Graded Entries
Cbh b $600 Contest
, Six evenly matched fourth series imported
thoroughbreds will match' stride tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon in the featured $600 one mile event at the Pres-t
ident Remon racetrack. 1 r
3 Don pastor
5 Lady Edna
6 Naranjazo i
B and C" Natives 7 F.Purte $350 Fool Closes 1:00
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE t ,
i. M. Bravo 110 Excellent effort in last 2-i
J. Hidalgo 108 Nothing to recommend 5-1
. C. Ruia 110 Back in best form 5-2
T. Gatica 100 Danger card here J-l
H. Vasquez 115 Should get up, 3-2
E. Dario 110 Returns ia good shape i 5-1
R. Cristlan 110 -Should be close up r -', 4-1
2nd Race 5th Series Imp. Fgs. Purse $500
2ND: RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool. Closes 1:30
Thm -hoHuiP(l (starters are Ma
ria Sfuardo. Kadir, Gouvernant,
vin Pannirn. and Blakemere
Maria Stuardo is fresh from an
Impressive victory over seven fur-
i inncrc she will asaiii be riaaen oy
t.. 4nnVAu jiVfl ri
me nusuing wmcu jvvoj
Cisco Gatica. -., '". y
Kadir. now back in his best form,
has been in the money his last sev
en times out inciuaing inree vic-
nripn. Alfredo VaSQUeZ. Who v has
better than fair success aboard
the Antonio Eskildsen jstar; will do
the booting. c i '
, Gouvernanfs local record shows
a track record breaking Jive fur furlong
long furlong debut in which he sped the
distanco. in 1:00 flat and tin ce
then has twice linished third. His
last time out he wound up Denina
Minuendo and Kadir after leading
for the first seven furlongs of the
mile race. .Cristian Rebolledo has
the leg up on the Chilean sprinter,
King, after a series of impres impressive
sive impressive performances,1 is apparently
losing form and may be in need of
a rest. However, ne snouia noi oe
completely Overlooked and m a y
spring a surprise. Little Heliodoro
Gustines," just back from .a -suspension,
will once more be aboard
hisr grandfather's horse.
Paquiro, an impressive second
behind- the nromising Scintillation,
should be 'in the thick of things
from start to finish in this group.
Alejandro Ycaza has the leg up on
the St. Mary; Stable ace. ace.-Blakemere
Blakemere ace.-Blakemere is last in the order
of starting position but far from
least. He was third last week be
hind Opulenti and Kadir. and in
his previous outing had. eked out
a nose victory over the latter.
Leading iockey Ruben: Vasauez
will wield the whip aboard the Jo-
Eight other prospective thrillers
are 'included on the card,, : '
Yesterday. afternoon,'- mutuels
favorite Embassy raced to an
easy seven-lenKthf victory In the
featured $600 'Seven, vftirlong
Memorial Day Hanaican Jor 4tn
Ruben Vasquez, up on the. Stud
32 star, give his mount a confU
dent ride, off well Vasquez eas eased
ed eased back into third place, and re remained
mained remained there in hand until two
furlongs out where he called on
the long-striding Peruvian-bred
horse. The eix-year-old bay son
of A. G. Lucho-Rehecha easily
rushed by Embrujada and Elko
until hev crossed the finish line
sfvpn full lencrths ahead of Pla-
teado which came on to outlast
Embrujada for the place, eiko.
El Fakir and Suntonner, trailed
in that order.
t Embassy's time for : the seven
furlongs was a snappy 1:24 on only
ly only one second, off the track rec record.
ord. record. Embassy turned this excel excellent
lent excellent time ? In a sloppy track
which soaked after a torrential
downpour- that started following
the sixth race. His victory, quali
fied him k for : Sundays xifiw
added General Jose Remon
Classic Trtiich will be run over
one mile and an eiehth.
i The odds-on mutuels favorite
returned $3.20 win and $3 place.
The day's best straight dividend
was Remozaaa's sie.u in. me
second race. The first double
combniation of Hincapie-Remo.
zada returned $175.20 tops for
. Leading jockey Ruben Vas
quez increased his margin with
three victories, wnue Dougias
Cortez booted home two to be
the runnerup. jr W
The dividends: ,'
1 Hlncapie $740, v3. ;
2-rPonton $2.20. V V-:
: V-: SECOND RACE
1 Remocada $16.80,- 3.40. ;
2 Manandoagua $2.20.- .;
.::- First Double: $1720
-c.t THIRD RACE
1 Avispa $3.80, 2.40. v
2 FuU Moon $2.60.
? One-Two $5.80
' ; FOURTH RACE i:
1 Elenita $3.80, 2.80.
2 Certamen $3.40.- 1 -t
Quiniela: $6.60" Vw
-i-, FIFTH RACE ;
1 VilmaP $3, 2.20.- V- v,
2 Daniel $3. v v
-v-. SIXTH RACE ,:
1 Flflto $6, 3.20. .
2 Empire Cross $5.60.
l nacancito sb,6u, Miti Li
htf'r .Second Double: $l.-f Vz
EIGHTH- RACE. U-r-
1- Do Grau $3,'t40. n'tS 'nt-s:n
2- Bagdad $3J.njs n 5'nt
? rU;'Q"''elJ 9SA-hKfSKt
Vv' v NINTH : RACE "rt
1 Germanio $3.80, 2.80.' 5
Z LUlSltO 53.20. s '.-
, !-.' OneTwo: $15.40
. TENTH RACE
1 Embassy- $3.20, 3. 1
and quickly widened his margin 2Plateado $4.40.
a By Conrado Sdrgeant
1 Coral -,- 102 Must go lower ,
2 Mrs. Halligaa Bravo 108 Could surprise ,.
U,J Jaquimazo ; 1 F. Gatica 406 Ran well in last
. 4 ocala Miss s. carvajai 108 Hasn't snows mucn
5 Concrete Pipe R. Vas. 115 Will fight it out
6 Quiescence G. Montero 112x Should score here
7 Ornamental Star Ruiz 105 Better this time 3 ?
8 Cartillera H. Gustlnes ,100x Lacks early speed
. j ; 3-2
3rd Race Non-Winners Nat. S F. Purse
Pol Closes 2:05
J. PhllliDS 110 Cbunt Curley-Sweet Smoke .' 2-1
, z-, 10-
-1 Yovlta '
2 Mavrita B. Aeulrre 110 Count Curley-Stsrnlta
3 i-Guacamaya J. M. Bravo 110 .Improving slowly t
4 Golden Moon J. Gongora HO Lacks early speed ; '-.
5 Melllzo H. Gustlnes HOx Should score easily --
6 Angellta 1 S. Hernandez 102x May never win a race
4th Race Elimination Imp.
7 Frs.Purse $600
QUINIELA t ; r
1 Polizon : V. Castillo 118 Ran well In last
2 Onda Real' E. Dario 105 Bad legs hamper
s 3Copadora E. Alfaro 102x Inexperienced rider
4 Matruh 8. Hernandea 102x Nothing in months
5 Incaica P, Gatica J10 Could get up now
6 Moon Beam A. Ycaza 122 Will fight it out
7 Postinovich1 A. Vasquez 120 Depends on start
8 Tom Collins A; Gonzales 100 will never make it
.Pool Closes i;35
5th Race D-E" NaUves 7 Fgs.; Purs $301
Pool Closes 2:05
1 Soberano F. Gatica 100 Danger card here 3-1
2 Black Gold JT, M. Bravo 108 Distance suits style 5-1
3 Mlmi Z. Ui p. Cortez 113 Should score at will 3-2
4 Tinela H. Ruiz 106 Would surprise 4-1
5 (Black Bee A. Gonzales 110 Last doesn't count ,. 2-1
b (Julie H. Gustlnes 105X Back in best form 2-1
6th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400 Fool Closes 1:45
. Hwr FIRST. RACE OF THE DOUBLE : ;
1 Escorlal s; H. Gustlnes 103x Ran well in last 4-1
2 Coronation Day A. Vas. 115 Nothing thus far ; 5-1
3 Money Maker A. Ycaza 115 Dangerous this time 3-1
a nramilto. p va&iues 113 Could so all the way 3-l
sramberwell i -., H. Reves 112 Form indicates 2-1
6 Greco Carvajai 110 -Creditable recent races 3-1
SOUPED-UP S6APBOXES Wooden Microds zi& along at
; W the Maple Derby in Syracuse. The kids, from nine to 14,
.have heard, ,i speeding up. The mounts are a far cry front
25 miles an hour powered by one-cylinder gasoline engine
battling the curve built the cars. The world, as you might
the usual soapbox racers.
'---.. By CONRADO .:
t j,1 r t r . ,f
1 Lady Edna Don Pastor
2 Quiescence V Concrete Pipe
3 Melllzo : i i- -i-'.-i- yoyita
4-Postinovich : Moon Beam
a Minu Julie (e)
Money Maker '" GramMa
7 Gouvernant Kadir
8 Srabuen0 Mar Bravo (e)
9 Golden C, II (e) C. McCarthy
Gardens. Calif., fourth at 133.819:
Jimmy Reece, Speedway. Ind..
fifth at 133.640: Johnny Boyd,
Fresno; Calif.. sixth at ( 132.841:
Marshall, league, Daytona Beach,
Fla., seventh at 132.724: O'Connor.
North Vernon, Ind.,- eighth at
132.275; Bob Veith, Oakland, Calif,
ninth., at 131.858, and Gene Hartley,
Indianapolis, tenth at 131.739;
Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday-and Saturday
Join bur informal CLUB 4 .'30 for the lata crowd
i in tha air-conditioned comfort of our Btliboa Bar
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Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m..
CAROL also plays the piano in the Balboa Bar -10
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Pool Closes 4:20
7th Race 4th Series Imp. I Fgs. Purs $600
- -AtWHhS ..2ND BACK OF TUB DUUBJUK;
1 Marisi Stdardo F.t Gatica 108 -Could'wui again-
2 Kadir M i A. Vasquez 11$ Consistent performer ,
3 Gouvernant R. Cristian 115 Mile may handicap
'(4-i.kmg :H. Gustlnes 103x Must go lower
f'SliiPaquifo, fA'Ycaza 110 Back to .goon' I artn-rff-'f?
6-Blakemere a R. Vasquez'115 WUKbe herd to beat1 :t
8th Race Special Imp. 6 Fgs. Parse $650
,'W.f ",: ,T.' v f. t(lJIiVIEUA. . J
.-rA.,, ,jr..-rw- ...,.'' . .- .I...
; 1 Serabueno R. Vasquez 119 Better than Sabiondo
2 Silver Blue R. cristian 110 Last doesn't count
3 Cypress Bull F. Hidalgo 105 Has strong finish
4 The Gipsy. ,, P. Gatica 103 ffirief early speed
5 Edith plaf D. Cortez 105' -Close up throughout
6 Prlncesa Van. A. Gonza. 100 Waste of time
7 (Julio Verne Gustlnes 102x Last was poor
8(Mar Bravo ; A. Ycaza 110 Could be upsetter
Three thoroughbedri, two na
tlves and one Imported racer,
will make their local, debut to
morrow at the President Remon
racetrack. c. i.
The natives are Yoyita and
Mayrua. une imported colt Se
rabueno is the other debutant
All three are two-year-olds.
Yoyita is a bay daughter of
Count Curley-Sweet Smoke. She
is owned by the stud Gloria
Stella and tarlned by-Eduardo
young. v -Mayrita
is by Count Curley
out of Starnita. She la also a
bay fiily. Osvaldo Anderson
owns her while Pedro Crisopo Crisopo-los
los Crisopo-los doea the trainlnr.
Serabueno, an Argentine-bred
colt, is the property of Roberto
Motta and is under the training
of Julio Chandeck. This brown
speedster has been Impressive
iu his workouts, serabueno is by
Sureno-Peony. This makes him
a half -brother of the brilliant
Atys. ho Is also a son of Peony.
Yoyita and Mayrita .will clash
head on In the third race for na native
tive native maidens. Their chief con contender.
tender. contender. Melllzo, may-beat them
bpraute he already has the ex experience
perience experience cf two races under his
Serabueno pre aealnst a field
of two-year-olds that Includes
the c!::rpoinUn Silver Blue.
strone f;r.i .h'.ng Cypress Bull,
speecy Ir .tn F:af and consis consistent
tent consistent i:a Eiavo In the ; eighth
Several rhnnc-s in ownership
weri? reT.rcf-i t'r.ss week at the
ratrark's i", r-ics office.
f : torr-rr ia rare under the
r- '. cf
in t.' f.i-..
t ; :. !-'..-:
r (a i i .!-, (
U r '.f '-It- -r
r.' iff! ., A,
' fnrr. 1
1 '' e J., r v St,.-
1 ft, r-M C ( It
' i i i r s t
C'.f ( f ' t
lng trained by the aged Isaac
. Pancbo Lopez; probably the
biggest, native now in training,
is a chestnut son-of Barretln Barretln-Sans
Sans Barretln-Sans Souci. cuca is a bay off
spring or 'Barreun-DotagaL'
Effective yesterday, all im-
- ported two and three-year-olds
will be entitled to make their
' debut in the sixth series. Four-year-olds
and over will make
their first start in the- fifth
-Races lost in the "SDecial race"
that carried a $650 purse will
not be taken into consideration
for the purpose of dropping from
one group to another.
' This move should pltmtnat a
lot or "dubious performances" of
nigniy -rated newcomers that
get into winning form overnight
mver rosing suincient races to
gain a drop to the sixth aeries.
pool Closes 4:55
9th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fg. Purse $50f Pool Closes 5:30
f-; --.v ,, ; ONE TWO .
1C. McCarthy B. Agulrre 113 Form Indicates S-2
. 2 Iguazu A. Reyes R. 105x Could surprise 10-1
, 3 Rosier G. Sanchez 113 Return wasn't bad 4-1
4 Aberargie .- 115 Should be close up . 3-1
, 5 Crews Hill H. Gustlnes 102x Poor recent races 10-1
6 Veryeoodi ,. R. Vasquez 113 Could score again 3-1
7 Golden corn J. Phillips 113 Enjoying rare form 2-1
. f Chivlllneo .., H. Ruiz 108 Rates good chsnce too. 2-1
To Win 500-
By ID SAINSiURY
s c' a cie Moreno
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o, ; '. 1 do the train train-t
t train-t ( f I -T;re Hon Hon-"rn.ir
"rn.ir Hon-"rn.ir t afnarent-
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INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., May 30
JP) Sam Hanks, a lean gray gray-beard
beard gray-beard of auto racing,' won the
most prized trophy of the sport
yesterday, running all out at rec record
ord record speed to capture the annual
500-mile speedway grind in ono of
the closest xinisnes on recora.
Hnki. 42. was the second old
est driver in tne neio. 01 Ji wmcn
began the duel with death and
litigue today. He was running ia
the race for the 12th time, more
than -any competitor, uoing into
th- action, he had driven more
competitive laps on the 2tt mile
track tnan any otner pu.
Tha know-how DSid OfL He WSI
the 13th man in the starting line lineup.
up. lineup. But while Pat O'Connor. Troy
Ruttman and Paul Russo jockeyed
for the early lead. Hanks simply
moved up in the field speedily
HOT Emil C. Nelson,
ti, t:r,kfri wjth his oupel-up
Jt-Fcrd in I"ort:nd, Me. Con Con-c
c Con-c i t r i"t hot rod racer,
-i. v 11 f rand rand-'
' rand-' i -' r crack-upe
the late Bill Vukovich In winning
in 1854. s
It was likely that the victory
would pay Hanks, who finished
third in the 500 in both 1952 and
1953, about $100,000 for another
record. Flaherty last year re received
ceived received $93,819 of the total purse
or ZBZ,uaz lor tne old mark. But
it was likely this years payotl
would reach $300,000- with the
largest share to Hanks.
T Rscinf Since 1934 -Haoks.
thourt never the winner
here until today, has been racing
since 1936 and was the National
Midget Champion twice and Na
tional Big Car Champion once. He
is married but has ne children.
Hanks of Pacific Palisades. Cal
ifornia, drove nearly a perfect
race today. A rear aco be narrow
ly escaped a possible disastrous
accident at the foot of the home
stretch when his car's front wheel
tangled with another racer.
. I L.
itnnui; ne nevrr came Close
to danger and re left it u. to the
challengers to try to star dose.
He made three pit stops, changing
tires and taking fuel each time.
Ia all, be spent two minute and
five seconds e the sidelines for
Russo spent two seconds less in
the pits and Rathmann was off
He batfled "Russo. in the power
ful Novi special, eye to eye for
half a doxen laps before he moved
in front after 36 laps. Then it was
Hanks against the field and he
gave little quarter.
Stay In Front
Jim Rathmann, Miami, Fla.
went in front after 109 lap when
Hanks went into the pits for fuel
snd tires, but after 134 lsps,'for only one minute and 44 sec sec-Hanks
Hanks sec-Hanks whirled back in front and 'cads. ...
stayed there. He even made a pt While the front runners escaped
stop of 34 seconds, so fast that disaster, the trailers didn't. The
Rathmann couldn't get back ia yellow light, forcing the field to
front. reduce speed and maintain posi posi-The
The posi-The finish was the second clos- txm, was M four time for a total
est in track history. Rathrasnnjof 31 minutes sod 41 seconds. This
in second, wss 17:35 seconds be-lcompared to the record 11 times
hind Hanks. The closest prerkxis for a total of one hoar. 10 minutes
finish wss in 1S37, when Wilbur and 19 seconds a year ago.
Shaw beat Ralph Hepburn by
:02.16. SirfHrod Back Injvriet
Hanks averaged 11501 miles an Jimmy Bryan. Phoenix. Ariz-,
hour for the snnd. corneare.-i to.vat third nih an arerace speed
tne old record of lZXtM set by i;4T4 miles pet hour; usso, el
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FOR RENT: -Corner sites, cen centrally
trally centrally located. Ideal for office,
clinic or small store. Reasonable
prices now. With or without air-
condition. Inquire, corner- 37th
' St. and Cuba Avenue, one' block
' from the Finence Ministry and
Panama Hospital. Phone 3-1 074,
Ipse :your shirt
f on wrong
and keep it on!
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ATTENTION, 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished aparrments, I,
2 bedrooms, bat, told water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: One and two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room apart apartments.
ments. apartments. Furnished ano unfurnish unfurnished.
ed. unfurnished. New- Aihambra Apartments.
Telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENTsV-Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences, near Via
EspaAa, North American neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, $50.00. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished, with .2. baths,
for 2 months. Call 3-5832 ar
FOR RENT: Spacious and cool
modern 2 bedroom apartment,
garage, washing facilities. San
Francisco. Tel. 3-3892 between
FOR RENT: Spacious apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, hot water,
$62.50. J. F. de la Ossa Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, Riqui Building, facing Fire Fire-atone.
atone. Fire-atone. Phone 2-3331.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen, maid'a
room with own bath, washtubs,
garage,, and hot water facilities.
For further -details call Panama
3-1292, CIA. DULCIDIO GON-;
ZALEZ N., S. A.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen. Tiled, screened,
$55.00. Apply No. 112, Via Be Be-lisario
lisario Be-lisario Porras near Roosevelt
FOR RE NTs Campo Alegre,
fully 'furnished. Very attractive
one room apartment. Near Ray'
mond Clinic. Call -1789.
FOR RENT: Modern and cool
furnished apartment, top floor.
Linen, dishes, hot water, garage.
'FOR RENT: Independent a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2 bedroom. 15th St.
No. 47, San Francisco. Phono
FOR RENT: One bedroom a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, furnished or unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, near Ancon Post Office,
$30.00. Call Tel. 2-0338.
FOR RENTFarnitre) one or
two bedroom la chalet.'Sabanaa.
Tel. 3-3589.- "
FOR RENT Near O.K. Amiga,
spacious two bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely, furnished.. AH
utilities included, if desired. Call
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, 2 baths apartment, air air-conditioned,
conditioned, air-conditioned, hot water, screens,
dishes, -linens, Bella Vista, $160,
Call Panama 3-3347.
LAKE CITY. S. C. May 30 (UP)
This small tobacco market town to
day declared war on inflation.
During old market days, which
run through Saturday, prices are
rock bottom in Lake City. 1
Hot dogs are going for a nickle.
So are shoe shines, and large bars'
of soap are 4Vi cents. Haircuts cost
a quarter, breakfast bacon. 10'
cents a pound, and lemonade is
The merchants have something
else to V offer. They're feeding
horses and mules free.
POMONA, Calif. (UP) The
wives of 26 California State Poly
technic College graduating seniors
will receive honorary PHT degrees
during a "commencement" exer
cise June 4. A PHT degree is for
Pushing Hubby Through.
BERLIN (UP) The Communist i
East German Party organ Neues
Deotschland informed its readers
Wednesday a Communist Party
lecture en "We nave a right to be
priud" bad 'been cancelled. No
reasons were given.
CALLS TILL 10:00 pjn.
(All work fvaranteed)
LKAVB YOUH AD WITH DNS OP! OU
LNTEBNALr DE PUBIJCACIONES No. S Lottery Plaza-a) CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 rHAKMAti-ii jua tarrasquiua ininu. wot-
Diinn-i. m n uirm.t a MnaRiumih of ji u .a, j fit i.rwH sr.Rvirv A Tivoll No. a at FABMACIA EST ADOS UN1DOS U9 Central Ave.
DiDuifii, vTv.iajrv.M4mi Awn-
VAN-DER-J1S 5 StrAt No. (9 a FABMACIA aX BATUBBO Paifjuo Lefevre I
Uio Bel Vtota:Ineette.rx;A::
FOR SALE: 1956 Morris Minor
: Convertible, like new. 88-712
or 88-795. '.
1 FOR SALE: 1954 Bel Air Cher-'
' let. Power glide, radio. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-4425. Good buy.
FOR SALE: 1956 Vi ton. truck.
Duty paid. Balboa 1 872 after
p.m. v V t
"FOR SALE-1952 Buick Hard-:
top. New tires, radio, aeat -covers.
Phono Bolboa J 872 after
6 p.m.. ; ir 'y. ."
FOR SALE: $1300 leash this
week only ,1955 4-door Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, new condition, automatic
transmission. Call Balboa 2, 2,-1744.
1744. 2,-1744. FOR SALE: 1949 4-Mdsmobila
Sedan, overhauled, hew paint,
aeat covers. Bargain-, leaving.
(American owner). Phono Pan Panama
ama Panama 1-7387,;'.. ; i
FOR SALE :-i 1947 Crosley Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. Excellent condition $375.00
w.ith ipare parts. Telephone 327,,
Colon, after 4 p.m.;
FOR SALE 1950 Citroen
cyl., 4 -door Sedsn. New tires, 1
engine oyerhauled, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. Camboa 6-136, house,
FOR SALE: Used car, '50 Ford,
2 -door Sedan, mist green, good
tires, new seat covers, radio and
heater, $400.00. Clayton 4134.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Station
Wagon, WSW tires, radio, Fordo Fordo-matic.
matic. Fordo-matic. '1582-D Calabash, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6392.
FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet;
new paint, complete exhaust
system, very low mileage, excel excellent
lent excellent tires and battery. $250.00. -Call
Balboa 2-1515. V y
FOR SALEs 1954 Pentiaesrer Pentiaesrer-chief,
chief, Pentiaesrer-chief, 4-door Sedan,; Excellent
condition, fully equipped $1 250.
Call Kobbe 4235..' 'A':'..
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford 4-door
Sedan. Economical 6 cyl. engine,' V
new--- tireii' battery, paint 4 ob, ':a
muffler, eutstandiitg .car at saeri-
fiee $463 00.: JMe.Penorfa(-
boa-2-1 5 t&jte$?r:t
FOR SALE: 1 952 Chevrolet .1 .1-door
door .1-door Sedan, 'Radio, ; heater, saaf V
cover s, excellent,' conditioe)'.
$550.00 or test offer Phonal
Kobbo 3118. ;, 4
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobilo
Sedan. Good condition; 6 cylin-.i
den, 'original owner. $350.00.;
Phone (Ancon) 2-3728.
FORSALE-1954 Buick 4-door
Sedan, $1,000. Must sell. Phone
Curundu 3121. House 579.-H.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
' Riding (V Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
' ar by appointment.
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama Z-tSSS :
Dr. GERALDO 8. UM Y
East 34th Street
across from Lux Theatre
Hours 9:00 a.m.- to 12: OS ;
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ,,
TeL Panama 3-3272.
With Fjl.2 Lens
9 UIIIIM ;
Paaami M. Xork Colin
, for our
TeC t-UZS TtvoH Are. 13-71
AGENTS OB OUB OFnCES AT 13-3T
a umicirHni.ni 7vr,nAiuntfij Am
MOTOR AL SALES i SER SER-'
' SER-' VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
L LAKUfcST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA-
DIOS AND T.V. SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-"
" INVERSIO-" NES GENERALES, 'AUTO 'AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE 'AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38
FOR SALE: Sacrifice $700,
60-cycle, Hi-Fi for $395.00
cash; miscellaneous musical In
: slrurrlants, including accorsjian,
excellent condition. Mr. Herr at
Balboa 3129 afternoon, 3751
FOR SALE Save. money by ui ui-inS
inS ui-inS 5"a12"xl2" Clayco Clay
Blocks. They are economical,
light and do not crack. $157.50
par thousand. Clayco and 'Alfa 'Alfa-reria,
reria, 'Alfa-reria, S. A., Via EspaRa No. 37 37-47,
47, 37-47, Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Porcelain sinks,
16x18 in white and colors, class
"C". Special price $5.00. Wash
, tubs, same "type, $9.00.: Clayco
'. fr Alfareria, S.A., Via EspaAa'
37-47. Fhona 3-0160.
FOR SALE t Walk to Alitiacert
PUNTO CUATRO, next to the
Encanto Theatre, and save dol dol-lars.
lars. dol-lars. ENGLISH WOOLENS at the
lowest price ever seen before; at
only $3.50 a yard. In a wide
range of colors for men and
ladies. Buy now while M last.
Phone Panama 2-3392.
FOR SALE: Wurlilser studio -upright
piano $250.00 Tel. C.
Z. 2-3166. :, ;...,.;.,,.,,.. vv,.
FOR SALE : -Air-condition unit,
3-4 ton. Perfect condition.
Phono 3-2498. ;
FOR SALE -Revere Tapa Re Recorder,
corder, Recorder, model T-11 00.. Like,
new. Curundu 2028-B. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 83-2203,
FOR SALE: Heath Kit TV Sweep
generator, completely assembled,
checked out, $45.00. Phono 2 2-3657,
3657, 2-3657, 0420 B, Ancon,
FOR SALE: For horsemen:
indsome,' spirited saddle horae,
15 1-2 hands, 1000 1100
-.pounds, In excellent condition,
L Peruvian thoroughbred, not for
children. Saddle and' bridle-In-Vludad
Call Balboa 1584 after
FOR: ?ALE:21 "i R.t A.-T.V.
25 or 60 cycle with mahogany
apeaken, table, $150.00. i Navy
t DRAWER "A, DIABLO
BOX 1211 .V CRISTOBAL. CX
- ' : - :
WASHINGTON (UP) 7 Eddie!
Barnett, 35, climbed down from
his roost atop a 65-foot flag pole
Wednesday and said, "Next time
I'll grow a beard oc go without
Barnett climbed "the pole May
1 and vowed to stay aloft until!
the Washington Senators won three
The team came through Wed
they vr beat the
3 Mine entrance)
3 Very tasty
4 Walking polo
8 Hymn of
6 Runs together''
7 of good ;
a Itorna -13
13 A tell
15 Nothing t
10 a beart
31 and '::'-
34 None god
, 34 Bewildered
31 Distress 4
40 Horse's gait
41 Cakes and
81 Uncle Tom's
54 The sua
8 to the
11 Makes laeo
17 Prepare for
18 Brings to
"H" STREET, "PAN AMA L1BHERIA PBECIADO I Street No. M t) ACENCIAS
I. fw. a- m- ii m trevrn nfiMVJniito
gtXMt FABMACIA "8A8" Vie Porraa
FOR SALE Sf-Very cheap. Living
room set, 5 piaces. Dining room
set, 7 pieces. Four burner stove
with, oven.' Bed. Venetian blinds.,
.Phone 2-0700, '.room 203.
FOR SALE: TV Admiral 17,"
table model. Call 83-2142.
' FOR' SALE: One dining room
aet, v twin i bedroom furniture,
' mahogany .foam maker mattress,
v gold incrusted crystal glasses 50 (.
pieces, Chinese rugs, vacuum
cleaner, eboay marble top table, -household
furnishing ship's dock v
, Kelsco Sexton, folding cot .flr
mattress. House ,0266 Gamboa
FOR SALE: TV-RCA Vernon
24" Console. Very good condi-
tion. Call Balboa 2708.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire 11 foot
with freexer spece, 60-cycle.
Used 8 months, $250.00. Norge
automatic washer,' 60 cycle, us?
ed one year, $160.00. Phono
.Navy 3530, House 208-A, Red Redman.
man. Redman. '.;; ..
FOR SALE : Chair, mahogany,
occasional, foam rubber, cush cushions.
ions. cushions. New $65.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3321, 0534-A, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1 Chrome dinette
table' and 4 chairs. New Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, house No. 93. Tel. S
FOR SALE: Dark green ruos,
9x12 and 6x9, 0855-B Balboa.
, FOR SALE: Small 25-cycle re re-.
. re-. frlgorator, furniture.; Reasonable
for cash. 0426-B, Franglpanl St.,
opposite Ancon laundry. ..
FOR SALE t Cotton ruf,' 12x18,
gray.rubbar backed, with pad,
$100.00; green couch 8 ft. and
chair,- $50.00. Call Clayton
Admits He Needs
CHICAGO fUPlt' Puerto Rican
lightweight Carlos Ortiz sported a
win strean of 24 today put no was
the first to admit the thirig he
needs most now is more expert
'I don't nlan to fieht again un
til September,' he said, "but I
ngure on .. mayne uve, six more
bouts before I start camng lor a
crack at the Utle." ,
t Ortii. only 20. won a unanimous
lO-round decision over Parisian
r-eux fjniocca m a naoonnuy naoonnuy-televised
televised naoonnuy-televised bout at the Chicago Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, Wednesday night, ;v '. "mx.
Ortiz: -aaii" lie? 1 foonrl Cbiocca.
who has won 27 of his 34 bouts,
"an easy-boy to hit., Ortii ex
plained that he didn't try ior a
knockout because he "wanted the
experience of going 10 rounds
with Chiocca." y
Judge" Frank McAdams scored
heaviest for Ortii, giving him a
48-43 marein in accordance with
the Illinois five-point "must", sys
tem. Judge Howard "Waisn naa it
48-44 and referee (Bill Dory called
it 47-43. The United Press ealled
it 48-i5, Ortiz, giving the Puerto
Ricana nve rounas ana camng
three others oven.
Antwor to Previous Fhjzzlo K
24 Harem rooms
34 Fable teUer
41 Mountain spii
43 If the fits
44 Tramp ;
4 Sacred bull
47 Cry of
SO Hare (Seot)
29 Garden of
31 Citrus fruits
38 Calyx porta
i ji a I i K k R I U B U I
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Aronentena Ave. and St. FABMACIA
111 iVOVEDADES'ATUlS Beside
US TELEVISION MEANS FINE
.SERVICE TV LOCAL' service
(alls $2.50 call before 7 p.nufor
same day service, Phone' 2-46 1 6.
The; bast dinners and drinks
are served in our modern a iri
conditioned cafeteria, grill arid,
bar, HoteKlnternacional "Pla-
xa S da Mayo. . i
LOST: Pet, blue parrakeet,
-very much' loved. Regard for re return.
turn. return. Phono Balboa 1611.
(Contrnned tram Fts 1) ?
i .-)' ''.;r' ;- !('
organisation in 1931 -as a
tome guard In Balboa. Ha- want
back to the Dredging Division in
1940 as a mate on pipeline
suction dredge and since 1949
has 1aen a dredge operator, v
Mr: and Mrs. Orr will live in
St. Petersburg, Fla., after his
A native of Westfield. .M a s .,
Parker arrived on the Isthmus in
1923 as a member of the U,S, Na Navy;,
vy;, Navy;, He joined the Canal organiza organization
tion organization in: 1926 as a o, policeman- in
Cristobal District. fie v returned
to the United States in 1933 i but
was. reemployed in 1940 as an e-
Uectrician at. the Coaling Station
jn- cnstobal.i He transferred to the
racuic Locks in 1945 as a, towing
locomotive operator and has been
control house operator since 1955..
Mr. and Mrs. Parker are leav
ing the Isthmus June 1 to make
their home in Denver, CoL
Mrs. Peterson was born in Viro-
quo, Wis., and came to the Isth Isth-nus
nus Isth-nus in 1921 as a teacher in the
Balboa Elementary School. She re resigned
signed resigned her position in 1927 and
was reemployed in 1942 as a deck
ii $h former, Mechanical D t i i-sion.
sion. i-sion. In 1950, she was trarisf erred
to the Industrial Division in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal and; promoted to accounting
Mrs.- Peterson oxoects tomaki
tit, .fiihiM knM i. C1! : .J 1
w ubA: UVIUU Ul C1UX1UO L fm
will leave the Isthmus early-
robon is a naturalised Unit e d
States 'eititan and served with
tho U.S. Army during the First
World War. Ha was employed
by the, Canal In 1940 as a sheet
metal worker in the former Bal
Shops. In 1950, ho was transfer,
rod to .Crlsfobal and since 1953,
ha. boon a sheet metal Worker
He and Mrs. Pierobom are lav.
iag the Canal Zone tomorrow and
will live in Chicago. ;
Mtt. JiohinPttpl iciil'- hnrn U
Ceiba. Spanish Honduras, and was
employed for -several year with
tne fetanaara r ruit Comoanv in
New Orleans before '; -coming to
insioDai in ism. sne was em
ployed with the Commissary Divt.
sion in IV4Z as a cierk in the Gen
eral atanager a Office at Mount
Hope. She has been an accounting
cier since 1931..-!- : r. :
Mrs. Robinette will make her fu.
ture homo in Alexandria. La. 'r
Zimmerman, another employe of
me vac division, was born r in
Traverse Oty, Micb, and. served
witn tne U.S. Army durins: World
War I. He joined the Canal in
1929 as a machinisjt in Balboa and
transferred to the Commissary- Di
vision in 1932. Ho has been-with
tho Iwka 'Division since 1936.
first as a lock operator and since
1954 as a lockmaster. v ..
He and Mrs.-Zimmerman plan
to live in Florida after his retire
ment and will leave the Isthmus
early in June.. i
rO THOSK WHO DITD AT SEA IJfrrbers of the rarif:!
Tlae their floral tributes to the United tats ar dfsl
e!pal speaker aboard t"r,e Nahoke. the navy ts? r-
Commander Forihsm D. Tabor, USN. The crc rs
by the 776U1 Air rose Band, a Marine T:r'-7 ; J.
P'ic-'.g cX tr
LEARN. BALLROOM Daneina
Adults Teenagers Preteens,
Balboa 2-39. Harnett a n d
r RECEIVES BATON Ernest L. SI ocum, Secretary of the Na Na-tional
tional Na-tional sojourners Chapter, No. 21, receives a baton from Major
''Raymond MHerrera- (rlght)t thapter Jpresldeiit, The presenta presenta-"tion,
"tion, presenta-"tion, was made-during a. dinner dancetwhlcn was )ieid lh Mr.
Slocum'r honor-at thrl,ort;Gullclt -Offlcors Club,Mr. Sloe urn
is leaving 'for the United State in June. "Army" Photo)
Acquittal In Bombing Trial
MONTGOMERY. Al.; May 31-
(UP) An all-white jury today
acquitted two whitg men charged
with bombinn aVNegro : Baptist
.church here in the violent iwake
of court ,wrdexet bus- integration
hj Montgomery. i j V .-
Juymsmd t er'Britt 4ftr,27and
onny Kyle ..Livuigstom ti, were
acauitfed 'at tht eharees bv the
panel s after -one hourt n;;!4u
minutes- deliberation, : f.--"
They.: faced .maximum-iu. year
orison sentences: if they bad been
convicted under an Alabama law
which prohibits setting off dyna
mite "in. under, or dangerously
near" an unoccupied, public build-j
The court room ourst into cneers
when the lurV ; which received
the case at 3 p.m. c.g.t, returned
its mnocent veraict. .: r
Monteomery Count Circuit
Judge Eugene W. 'Carter charged
the jury shortly, alter tne aeiense
sent -three surprise witnesses to
the Stand to testify neither of the.
defendants could have-been at the
Hutchinson Street churh in the
predawn hours of Jan, W.when
it was bomDea. H
Defense Attorney John 4 Blue
Hill told the jury, in his closing1
arguments that its verdict"wouldj
determine our way oi 'iue...ine
lives of our children and our chil
dren'a children. 's ..
"Every white man, every white
woman and every. white child in
the South is eyeing this court..
hnDine...dreaminz that you. the
lurors. will not deliver ji verdict
that will perish our way of life.
"You must oeciare tnese two
men not guilty," Hill said.
Prosecutor William Thetford told
the jurors "I can think of nothing
more vital in insuring the passage
of. civil rights legislation pending
in both houses of congress man
your rending-- a verdict of not;
guilty. '. -; -v 'n .i
We are over!!.-- i v!ih
sixes used molort, boats an J
trailers. Make c er. AC L.I L.I-'
' L.I-' NATHY, Phone 3-CS95.
' "The National Association for
the1 Advancement of Colored Peo
ple : want an acquittal for it will
put justice -on thei tide.
"Th state li a s"1 proven these men
guilty. Thd 'inestion' then is not
of r their gu ; .:Ybut whether you.
the jury", will .find them guilty-'1
- The defense' first surprise wit witness1
ness1 witness1 today was Mrs. E.L. Adams,
Britt's aunt, who testified the de defendant
fendant defendant jna Jiis '.wife spent the
night of Jan. 9 at her :4iomo
"watching television, playing cards
and drinking beer and coffee."
Mrs. Adams said Britt and her
husband watched the fights on
television; then the two counles
played cards until about one a.m.
She said the Britt s did not return,
home .until 6:30 .a.m. because'
"(Britt drank tio -much beer" and
his wife' did sot. want him to drive.
The prosecution bad put the
times of the bombing around 2
a.m. iy .;y- ; -y ,:-.;
Mrs 1 Britt elsff took the stand
and corroborated Mrs. Adams'
testimony. , '. -
Mrs. Livingston testiffed she
"heard an explosion" the morn morning
ing morning of Jan. 10 and woke hr hus husband
band husband who was aleepine beside her.
The prosecution had built its case
around ..the oral and signed .con .confessions'
fessions' .confessions' by both defendants that
Livingston lit both fuses of a
bomb containing "five to ten"
stick of dynamite and hurled it
at the church after alighting from
Britt'a car. '.
PACIFICCSOG,0,' H, Calif.
(UP) James Whale, 61, retired
British -motion picture director,
drowned Wednesday in the swim-
ming pool of bis home, apparent
ly having fallen into the water
fully-clothed, police reported.
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r.jfack Kramer, Ken Rose Rose-,
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i Dt"-i ny Palls, who will play on the
, El Panama tennis court tp-
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. 1 will arrive tomorrow and will
- hold a press conference at 4:30
" p.m., tollowtd by an appear appear-1
1 appear-1 ance on the Armed Forces tel-
'" eTision station at 6:30 p.m.
, .The pros are on a South
- AsMrican tour which will in in-'
' in-' chide 'Panama, Venezuela. A-
, rub. Curacao, Ururuay1 Chi Chi-i
i Chi-i l&lrgentlna and Brazil from
June 1 through July 2. The
, 'South American tour follows
SortlrAmeriean tour which
"ends on May 27 after playinr
i 70 mtches.
i'Tilrt case of rain tomorrow or
'guaday nlrht, the g-ames will
i lie- played on Monday night.
' Matches will start at p p-1
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Breok Off First
, Talks Since Suez
L'J0ME, May 31 (UP) Britain
ind Eeyct broke ofl tneir nrsi
miior trade talks since Sum with'
. tut results today, but nromised to
temme the discussions "at a latet
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May Restore Few Buaget Cufs
WASHINGTON, May 31 (UP)
Senate Republican Leader William
F. Knowland said today he be
lieves there is "sortie chance'.' the
Senate will restore part of the
funds knocked out o : President
Eisenhower's defense budget by
Knowland said it was still too
early to say how much of the
House cut might be restored. Oth Other
er Other defense-minded senators prom
ised to fight to put back at least
naif of the reduction.
The House passed the bill
Wednesday after, rejecting GOP at
tempts to restore funds eliminated
by the House Appropriations Coin
mittee. ;. ..
As it came to the Senate the
isid' the discussions had "been
parried as ; far as 'practicable,''
nd added the two 1 delegations
fa ovu were reporting back to their
2? The communique contained no
Mnrahat any firm agreements
pad'heen reached, and
foUfffs confirmed that
Dbservers here felt that the
ksJmay have opened the way
d8ome future agreements. They
ted out that the four meet-
r between the two delegations
ere carried on in a menaiy,
usinesslike atmosphere, and the
eciswn to continue tnem maicat-
daxJesire on both sides to find
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North For Plymouth;
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LONDON. Mav 31 (UP) r The
Mayflower II swung north toward
Plymouth, Mass., today Aon -1 h e
last 1,600 miles of its voyage
cross the Atlantic in commemora
tion of the pilgrim fathers' original
trip to America.
. Capt. Alan Villiers, skipper of
the vessel, radioed that he had
switched course 300 miles east of
tbe West Indies and was heading
north by west at five to six knots
on a tack-that wm skirt the U.S.
coast trorn Florida : to Massachu
setts.'; :..":.V;i t.
The original pilgrims steered i
course straight across the Atlan
tic. But. because of unfavorable
breezes Villiers chose a southern
He detoured south from England
for It days to pick up the trade
winds, and then sailed straight
west across the South Atlantic for
21 days toward the. West Indies.
Today's report showed the Msy
flower II had covered 40; miles
north and 128 miles west during
the past 24 hours.
Jet Pilot Killed
As Planes Collide
In Air Salufe
MINNEAPOLIS,-Minn., May 31
(UP) A collision of Jet
planes during a Memorial Cay
program at a cemetery, killing
one pilot and inlurin? 11 per persons,
sons, persons, brought demands today
for a dual investigation by Con Congress
gress Congress and the Navy.
Thousands of persons, viewing
the close formation aerin salute
to he City's war rtd. wntcned
in horror as two planes tangled
nntf crashed in a spray ox fum fuming
ing fuming debris.
One of the pilots. Cmdr. Ne Newell
well Newell F. Olson. 38. Liaison Offi
cer of the Naval Air station
here, was killed when his para
chute railed to open in time. Tne
other pilot, Lt. John A. Fors-
marx, 26. Minneapolis, nnracnur. nnracnur.-ed
ed nnracnur.-ed to safety, receiving only mi minor
nor minor cuts and bruises.
Olson's plane crashed into a
residential section in the North Northeast
east Northeast part of the City, ripping a
row of five homes with flaming
wreckage. Nine residents were
injured. lour oi inem seriously,
and two firemen were injured
fighting flames that spread
through the homes.
Forsmark'a Jet smashed into a
nearby vacant area, narrowly
missing a playground filled with
measure carried $33,562,725,000 to
run the Army, Navy and Air Force
in, tne n?cai r year starting Ju July
ly July 1.
The total was $2,545,375,000"
less than Eisenhower had ; re requested,
quested, requested, y
The senators were not inclined
to make any attempt to restore
"bookkeeping" cuts made by the
House since Eisenhower has said
the- armed forces' can live with
them. But they did pledge an -effort
to restore funds the President
said are essential, to national se security.
curity. security. -, t
Chairman Dennis Chavez ',(D ',(D-N.M.)
N.M.) ',(D-N.M.) said he, was sure his Senate
Defense Appropriations. Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee will restore any money
needed "in the interest of national
security.". v 1
Chairman Kichard u. Kusseli
(D-Ga.) of the Armed services 000.
Committee saicj he will do his best
to reverse any House cuts t h a t
"will impair our defense; postures
in the slightest degree."
Senate Democratic Leader' Lyn
don B. Johnson (Tex) said earlier
that the appropriations bill would
bt studied carefully. He ; said he
opposed any cuts that would en endanger
danger endanger the effectiveness of the
House budget cutters insisted
their reductions would not hurt
the military. They said the armed
forces could ).'absorb them, by
elminating waste and. inefficiency
As1 approved by the House, the
bill carried $7,239,425,000 for the
Army, a-cut of $1,225,575,000 rom
Eisenhower's ; request:, for it the
Navy $9,801,355,000, -a reduction of
$685,645,000, for; the Air Force
15901,720,000, cut 'Of $669,280,-
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe1 Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957
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ANY PORT IN A STORM Dallas County. Commissioner Jesse
K. Bell sits stranded in a tree where he sought refuge after
sv boat: in whlch'lie was elding overturned, gpUIin'r Bell and
three other companions into the surging flood waters south
of Dallas, Tex, The rampaging Trinity River is keeping more
than 6 ,000 persons from returning' to their flood-threatened
w homes, in. the Dallas and Fort Worth areas. y 7
Cur unci u C ommunity Splash
Dependent On -Carnav.alifo'
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MODERN HORATIO ALCER
At a dumar In Chicago Lou
Zaha, 4T, above, was among the (
winners f this year's Horatio t
Alger Awards, sponsored by tn
Aaoaricaa Schools and College
AasocUtioa. Zaha, who began
his carter at the age of six as a f
d oar-to-door salesman eeUing
chewing gum laaaeked a
wholesale drug busineaa la the
dipnisioa year of 1933 on bor
rowed capital of $223. Now the i
Louis Zaha Drug Co. grams I
10 tnilUoa dollar a Tcar j
After three years oi trying,
Curundu people still can't go
near the water.
But they have a big hope that
some pretty gin can take a
plunge in their new swimming
pool this summer. 's
A community splash may be
possible It a month or six
-weeks the pool committee
says If Curundu. Its friends
and well wishers will put small
change and folding money on
the line tonight and tomorrow.
" Tonight's "carnavalito". start
lag at 6:30 Is not at the poolside.
But customers on their way to
games and fun at the Curundu
Clubhouse will drive past the
big concrete rectangle where
divers will soon jacknife in the
air -(maybe) ana sauung beau beauties
ties beauties show a curve when they are
not practicing kick.
The rectangular pool Is dug;
the sides concreted. All the work
that is needed now is the setting
of the tile, plus many final de details.
tails. details. -r.--
Heretofore Curundu residents
have collected $31,500. Tonight
and tomorrow they're Hrylng to
round up another $5,000 to give
themselves-and their friends a
real swlmmin hole. v
Since tbe camavalHo start started
ed started last Friday Bight, hundreds
f Curu elites, crviliaas and
other posts, military and Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian friends have helped
with money, merchandise don donations
ations donations ar work.
The hard-core of civic minded
parents and kids raising money
to water the pool have given
time and aeain to the enterprise,
And now their energy is about
to pay off maybe.,
Curundu! struggle swim Is on
ly matched by the determination
the town showed when It needed
churches.'- After lots of team teamwork,
work, teamwork, many setbacks, the
churches were built; one Catho
lic and one Protestant ket peace
fully alongside eacn otner
When the towa anew s
sights oa a pool,' it ran into even
with military pools at Ai-
brook, Clayton, Kobbe and else
where tne civilians or curuaau
first petitioned for a pool.
USARCARIB aaiaenues smia
tbey had no federal appropri appropriations
ations appropriations for this. Carandnites
said they'd try tt themselves.
The Army cneoarared the
Idea, and has gtrea tbe tewm
kelp within the scepe of reg- I
After the Army assigned a
site. and. provided plans and
specifications for a standard
mliltarr oooi. cost esamates
were then made.
Cu run cite were told tnat a
Three-years ago they started
a fund drive.. Ladies ran cake
sales; couples attended "pay"
dances; the whole town and its
friends turned out for bazaars,
carnivals and carnavalitos. ,-
Organizations helped. The Na National
tional National Federation of Federal Em Employes
ployes Employes Local 595 kicked, in. Beta
Sigma phi (a woman's sorority)
and the Curundu Women's Club
brought in money. So did the
American Legion, the Veterans
of Foreign Wars and various
Scout group (Boy,- Girl ; and
Sea).-r j.- '.
When the fund hit $30,000 the
group, sought bids. w
But a tough surprise awaited
mem. : . .
Prices for contract work in
the Canal Zone had soared al almost
most almost double since the pool pool-drive
drive pool-drive started. Bids ran from
$60,000, to $65,000 and p to
, Curundu people knew -the v'd
never raise that much) ..
"Let's buUd. it -Ourselves."
someooay aaw. ..
And that's what they've done.
Hiring a group of non-U-S. clr
tizen masons, laborers, plumb plumbers,
ers, plumbers, electricians and foremen at
standard Zone rates, five Amer American
ican American heavy equipment operators
living In Curundu have actually
turned in and done the heavy
work of building the pool, other
uurunoites nave served as In Inspectors
spectors Inspectors and in other Jobs.
The Army loaned the equip equipment.
ment. equipment. And after the pool is fin finished
ished finished the Army will run It and
maintain it except for the
salary of a lifeguard.
Among the men who have
donated mechanical brawn, 'as
well as brains and know-how, is
Army employe James Price who
is the post commander's official
representative, and the "mayor"
of Curundu. Others Include Joe
Reichart, Arthur F. Jones, J. C C-Le
Le C-Le Blanc and A. W. Plata.
Al Oentner. chairman of the
i a r a vallto committee, has
planned free dancing (Oeonre
Wood's Band), a free floor show
and door prizes along with
games of chance and skiS for
tonight and tomorrow's fund-
Army s Been Undermined For 9 Shears
By Xey West' Plan'-Retired Ge n e r
WASHINGTON, MaySitJP.'j-j-A.Tfid letter 'was given the, journal, tcntioh that the Air Fo
The Army Navy Air Force private publication, by ftep.'ed "pitifully small ar I
Journal today published a letter
signed by a "top ranking retired
general'' who said the Army has
been "undermined" by Defense
Department doctrines of the past
nine years.' ;
The officer said the Army's
power .and prestige have been
damaged by the 1948 "Key West
agreement"; which, spelled out the
roles and missions of the" Army,
Navy and Force
Tmfvn. Mav 31 (UP) The Ja
panese prosecution has asked that
the first American serviceman ev ev-r
r ev-r sentenced to death in a Japa
nese court to be given a new triai, 11
was disclosed today. j
The Sendai procurator s oince
agreed that the hanging sentences
decreed bv the Sendai district
court on March 20 for Pvt. Orvis
L.C; Boone, 24,'of Galveston, Tex.
and his Japanese .sweetheart, were
too -severe. . :
The procurator had demanded a
life sentence for Boone and Shi
geko Sasaki, Jus, 20-year-old sweet sweetheart,
heart, sweetheart, on charges of murder, rob.
bery and arson. The court by-passed
the recommendation and im
posed the death sehtence because
Of the "barbarity of the crime.
The defense appealed to the
Sendai high court for a new trial
and the procurator's office agreed
that the case should be reopened.
The appeal for a new trial came
at a time when Japanese and A
mencan feelings over, the "Girard
case" had reached a new peak
'Army Specialist 3c William S.
"lir.f. If Cnlls III Hatha an-
ter of an internatipnal controver
sy over wnetner ne snouia ne
tried in a Japanese court or by
u.5. Army court martial, for the
acciaentar snooting dead of Mrs.
Naka Sakai on a U.S. firing range.
; Girard was given until today by
the Meebashi district court to
name a lawyer. but reliable in
formants said be would not name
defense counsel until the United
States and Japan decide: which
will try blm:tr.:.i-rr Sv
: There was .no such disoute in the
case of Boone. The Negro soldier
was clearly off duty at the time
he and hir sweetheart robbed and
Diudgeoned a Japanese woman to
death, then set fire to her, bouse
to conceal the crime,
Boone, an Army deserter, al.
ready was under a life sentence
imposed by a court martial board
at the time the death sentence
wss passed. The Armv convicts
him of clubbing to death Special Specialist
ist Specialist 3c Edward K. Manueka, 21, of
;The Sendai prosecutor's office
said there should -be "reconsider "reconsider-ation'
ation' "reconsider-ation' of some of the points
raised by Boone's defense counsel
that they- were at an age given
to "Impetuous action'" when the
crime was committed, that -their
mental condition at the time was The company announced yester-
juu iu y meum umess sna inat,aay mat the repairs have been
Boone had a history of mental ill-. made and residents are no longer
ness la his family. 'required to conserve electricity,
Honors Col. Kaylor
' Col, John P Kaylor, G-2, Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters U. S; Army Caribbean,
retiring with 30 years of service,)
was honored at a retirement par parade
ade parade at 10 a. rrt. today' at Fort Amador-
7 r . T
Kaylir has been in the Canal
Zone since April, 1955, coming
from Department of the Army,
Washington, D.C., .where he was
acting chief, Production Division,
office Assistant Chief of Mall, G-2.
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During "his 30 years of service
the colonel has served at tort
Hayes, O'o; Schofield Barracks,
Hawaii ; Fort Bemung, Ga.; Phi
lintvme- Governors Island. N. Y.:
Fort Lewis. Wash.' Fort Sill, Okla.
Fort Knox, Ky. j Fort C u s t e r,
Mich.; Iceland; Camp Forrest,
Tenn. ; Headquarters 2nd Army,
Memphis: New Guinea; Far East;
Iran; Fourth Army Headquarters,
Fort Sam Houston, Tx. :'and Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C. He served as assist
ant G-2. Iceland Base Command,
when it was first formed in 1941.
Upon his retirement Kaylor will
move to Santa (Barbara. Cal., to
i work for, General kE-
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Leave Lights On,
Let Radio Blare;
The Panama Fuerza y Luz Com
pany is back to normal today fol
lowing the repair ot its damanged
generator, .v,,'-'- :'
Last week ..Panama residents
were asked to help in conserving
electricity until the damaged e-
quipment could be fixed. ,.
i.eon h. uavm iK-i-a., a mem
ber of the House Armed Services
Committee, who advocated improv improved
ed improved tactical air. support for Army
units. V.; r ; i ;.
The general,'; whose name Gavin
withheld, said the Key West agree agreement
ment agreement made the Air Force' and
Nlivy "entirely independent and
seu contained v wnne leaving tne
Army 'holding the proverbial emp empty
ty empty bag.' v, r
, He said the Army '.'is dependent
on the Air Force for tactical air
support and 'air transportation and
upon the Navy for tactical air sup
port, gun fire support and- sea
When the chips" are down in war
and when jnoney; is, tight m peace peacetimes
times peacetimes the general said, the ;Ai r
Force -- concentrates '-on its own
missions and fails to provide adequate.-
support to the' Army. 'vv..'
The general referred back: to
the. Pacific phase v of World War
II in an effort to support his con
Ex-Fiancee Slays Voice' Announcer
For Psychologically Aggressive Act
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SURRENDERS Jimmie Hen Henderson;
derson; Henderson; a sailor who went
berserk I aboard the .Navy at attack
tack attack 'cargo .ship USS Uvalde
which s was tied up at Treas Treasure
ure Treasure Island in San Francisco
Bay. is shown, after surren-'
dering.'. Henderson kil'ed an
of fleer j ( and .wounded v two r
ept i tactical suppoi i tu i,ie Army; :
; In World War II Lie Air Force
was an -arm of the Army and in
the Southwest Pac.Iic was com commanded
manded commanded by Army Gen. Douglas
The general's letter was in reply
to an inquiry from Gavin.
- The exchange grew out' of an
Air Force report to tne Armed
Services Committee two' months a a-go
go a-go in which the Air Force describ described;
ed; described; Marine Corps air support of
Marine ground lorces as "lavish."
Ihe Air Force sam such laia
scale, air cover "may be desir desirable"
able" desirable" ''in the Mdruics' hignly
specialized, operations but was not
in the cards 'tor extensive Army
A Marine air wing has about
180 combat planes compared with
75, in an' Air tForce wing,. The Ma-
rines have one wing for- each ol
their three divisions. ) t
The", general wrote Gavin that
there should be a "rcasdnabU
minimum of air support" under
direct control of Army divisior
commanders' as, in the case with
; The unidentified general's --criticism
of air support in the ? Southwest-
Pacifie contrasted with thi
frequently: expressed tributes ol,
MacArthur; and his staff.-
Dog Vhicfi FIcv
Bui Couldn'l Jra
NEW YORK,-May 31 (UP) A
fleetfooted. Bedhngton terrier thai
eluded capture during six days on
the loose: at Jdlewidl Airport wai
captured' .today .because she' wai
not niich.-MQila swimmer. -.-
t The 'dog,ii whose pedigree name
is "FoBgyfurze Suear :Baby." but
which answers to the name Candy
was captured in the waters of Ja-
maica. Bay. :
- candy tooK on the mm last
Friday 'night a-- few7 minutes aftei
arriving here by transatlantic air airliner,
liner, airliner, from London. The dog wai
bound for' t new home in Houston,
Tex., with chemist Verden Wilson.
For six days airport authorities.
police and animal experts oursued
Candy, but she managed to out.
maneuver them. Then today, she a
took to the waters of Jamaica Bav
with, airplane maintenance worker
Vitautes Rapp in hot pursuit.
Kapp could run', faster than
Candy could swim and be grabbed
her,, .''.w' i;. ,-.''.
A veterinaricn said Candy was
none the worse for her experience
wicnTOrTnw'iii.. fiiw" N.Y. less than three weeks' ago.
WASHINGTON, May 31 (UPJ ,Both Ahdiuhpll nri hi. krM. .r.
A newly wed Voice of America an
nouncer was shot to death today
in the slush apartment of a form
er fiancee who said she fired six
bullets into him when, he became
"psychologically aggressive." She
then shot him in the head "to put
him out of his misery. v
"I couldnt stand to see him suf suffering,"
fering," suffering," sht said.
Police said Russian bora Zurab
Abdusheli, 44, who was
born in the Georylan province
kussia and became naturalized A A-mericans.
mericans. A-mericans. Mrs. Abdusheli came to
uc u.a. at tne age pi 10. I
. mm, ,vuu iviy
them her engagement to Abdu Abdusheli
sheli Abdusheli ended a year ago When she
discovered he was interestd in
somone else. She said she had
not seen him in some time but
had heard he was married.
AMushtu called on Miss Hough!
at I o'clock this morning to ex-j
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Best, dramatic film of thel
yer with the succesor of
' JAMES 'DEAN
makes his first picture
taken from We!
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oa May 11, M at looked preM indolence, over the deith
of her father, a former president
of the District of Columbia Medi Medical
cal Medical Society and an expert in syph syph-ilogy
ilogy syph-ilogy and neurology. He retired
to Florida five yesrs ago..".
out a window of the aparuneui
fcditn Louise houga, 42, a blonde
free lance writer be met when
she gave him English lessons.
Abdusheli went to Miss Hough's
i Diriment up express itwwuu
over tbe death of her father. Dr. police said Mrs. Abdusheli con-!
William Hite Hough, 79, a promt- fumed Jiat her husband went to
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nenx pnyiKiao ai itnau, m., uie apanmem as a result or tne
Miss Hough, who met Abdusheli bors told police tbey heard ber
when she taught him English and; quarreling with someone over the
later became engaged to him, tok"; telephone last night and beard
pouce sne ma not warn w get nou urn mornmg -r
mvoived" with him again but.
greed to let him call oa her.
He became "somewhat aggres
siveness, not pnyttcaL wniie ne
looked from a window In the fash-
William Kongable and. George, kmabie Woodner Apartmenu in
Hellwig are belpin run the northwest WiWl, she went to a
Ciocei ana marwg wtio a ca-
- Temerrew's eataaTallte
starts at X p.m. And as aa
added attraction, a Paaama
Oty bottUar f iraa haa eon eon-tribeted
tribeted eon-tribeted smaQ battery-driven
antemobilea U give tbe kids a
free ride while their parents
are petting neney ee tbe line.
All of the materials for the
pool have been bought from
Panama dealers: and Panama
I local contractor could probably! friends have helped out with
J build them a pool for $30,000 to'donatmns towrd putting Cuma
$35,000. . du la da irate.
Abdusheli bad worked as a S6,-
000-a-year announcer-translator or
the Voice of America, the VS. In-
frwm if inn An mr,run vmriiti
sive." she told detectives. But she broadcastint service. He wss train 1
said it wss "psychological sggres- ed as a mining engineer at the it
Lmveruty of Tbilisi and was a I
graduate of Odessa M i
ScbooL He served in the Rusuan
army m Work) War II until be was
captured by the Germans in 1941.
After the war. Abdusheli lived
in G-erfnany until be came t tbe
United States in 1950. He worked
ia a factory at Middletown. N.Y.,
and at the National City Bank in
New York City before joining the
Voice in 1951.
After the war. Abdusheli lived
Lber automatic and
peatedly, she said.
Tbe body wss found sprswled
oa a couch by a window overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Rock Creek Park.
P slice hM AMvsheR bed bn
he seven tunes. Miss Have
wss chary wttn mures r site
hs4d r e preHisiinerf hvsrin.
An inquest was ache u ad fer
AbdufheB bad lived at the Wood-f
per until his msrriafe te tbe form
j r A irit an agt ; I
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1" JAMES L ALT V i
tt Irene Eristoff ia Highland Failv oice ia 1SS1
b Germany until he came te the
United Statesi a 1350. He worked
in a factory at MiaMMorn. N.Y..
and st the National C'ty Bank in
New York ray before jouurg the
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