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MOSCOW, May 15, (UP) The Soviet Union today successfully launched a giant
new Sputnik its thirds-weighing one and a half tons. It was more than twice as large
as; any. previous earth satellite.
. The announcement did not say whether the Russians had placed, any animal a a-beard,
beard, a-beard, but the new Sputnik dwarfed the satellite that carried the dog Laika Into space.
:Z It was about 100 times heavier than the biggest U.S. satellite.
. The Russians said the new Sputnik was "cone-shaped." They "said its diameter
at the base was 1.73 meters and' height, 3.7 5 meters. ',
'An' announcement released by
the Soviet news agency Tass
4 "in conformity with the IGY
"('international .Geophy i c a 1
Year) program a third artificial
p-rth satellite was launched in
L Soviet Union today., ,;
"he launching of the artlfl artlfl-eial
eial artlfl-eial satellite, is ., intended for
Scientific research hi the upper
layers of the atmosphere and
cosmic space. ? .. ...
- '"The satellite entered its orbit
at an angle of 65 degrees to the
".The new Russian Sputnik
Talso was orbiting higher than
-either of the two Russian ef ef-'forts
'forts ef-'forts which pr eceded It. Its
f maximum height of 1167 miles
LA OUARDIA JR.
,this morning to vta t sev sev-erl
erl sev-erl covernifpnt installations in
:.,t!-fi central, rrovine.v,-,-.
'' The preijiuen; ulm v3,- f.
ton at Ocu. v 're he deliver delivered
ed delivered i a&eis .t tw toaugura toaugura-tlon
tlon toaugura-tlon of 17 of 40 homes built
with money loaned by the gov government's
ernment's government's Housing institute.
-r included in Mr. de la Guar Guar-dla's
dla's Guar-dla's Itinerary is the inspection
pf-construction along a P,n
j". As a "suit of the Presl Presl-:
: Presl-: dent'a trip to the interior he
. will not be able to receive a
-"delegation, of students who
I bad planned to deliver a list
,7 of their minimum aspirations
. tomorrow afternoon.
''-The Pre- dent sent a tele tele-(trara
(trara tele-(trara to tta Union of,. Univer University
sity University studr ts notifying them
that; he wit not be able to re receive
ceive receive deleg tlon tomorrow, but
ji invited iem to jf?et together
. -with him i a new date for the
flnn f the list of fts-
pfrations, which he promised to
siady with the greatest interest.
The Foreign Relations
fjouncil yesterday appointed;
tfwavin Fahrera. EIot Bene-.
' -dettl and Roberto R. Aleman
is i committee of three to-
' 'draft a report on the coun coun--
- coun-- cil's recommendations regard regard-'
' regard-' ine negotiations to have the
'- Panama flag flown on the
' Canal Zone.
; The council named the three three-man
man three-man committee .of Panama
statesmen yesterday after dis dis-fussinsr
fussinsr dis-fussinsr the eovernment's re
quest for -advice on the best
possiDie way or approacrung tne
..United States on the issue. ';
.Humbug'. Canal Dredge Taking Jo Jungle To Save
Darien: Town Of. El Real From River's Erosion
7"he provincial capital of El
Peal is about to be saved from
:t:jng washed down the Tuira
' V "' t-t-Hif" '-. ,.' 'X ;
Salvation is coming in the form
,.-cf the Panama Canal Compa Compa-;rv'
;rv' Compa-;rv' miduet suction dredae
Iv-andinga, hired by the Panama
cr'1vernmert, to-tut across the
fiieck of the river which has
: bren eating away at the Darien
town. .Y- wr,vi-;'VT, '.
"E1 Real, located at a bend a a-ibeen
ibeen a-ibeen floded many times in re re-bout
bout re-bout 35 miles ud the Tuira has
cent years, often reoulrlng res rescue
cue rescue operations to air drop food
and' supplies to the villagers;
One entsre block of 'the
- town has already dropped in-''
; to the river; and sidewalks,
e roads and houses are con con-;
; con-; Mantlv threatened by the
1 -yncracles of the ? Swift
: t s. .-;:'
'i-evrral months a?o the Pan Pan-"
" Pan-" r x s 'frnment asked the Ca
NEW YORK, May 15 (UP).-How
' J UNITED
. Mar. 17, 1958
5 to 10 yrs.
- Spi'tnik I,"
Orbit Time. 96 mini
Launched. Oct. 4, 1957
Lifetime, v 3 months;
Died Jan. 4
compared with 1065 miles for
Sputnik II and about 630 miles
for the pioneer SputniV. I j
.'ftus&u enui.d 4,.ie space a;c
when the first-of-the Russian
satellites went 'up on Oct., 4, 1957
the second rose less, t han a
month later, on Nov. 3. :
The first of the Soviet satel satellites
lites satellites welched 184 pounds and
was about 23 inches in diameter.
The second was more than six
times heavier and weighed 1120
Here is how the three Ameri American
can American satellites, all still In orbit,
shape up: 4 i
Explorer I., the first to orbit
successfully, weighs 30.8 pounds,
is 80 Inches long and is tube tube-shaped.
shaped. tube-shaped. r
The Navy's Vanauard I weighs
3.25 pounds and is a. sphere 6.5
Inches in diameter. ;
The Explorer ; III weighs 31
pounds and Is a tube 79 Inches
Explorer n was a failure.
Today's official announce announcement
ment announcement said the newest Sputnik
was packed with equipment
enabling 1$ to carry out the
followlnr research along its
"Pressure and composition of
the atmosphere, in the upper
s "Concentration- of positive
"The magnitude of- the elec.
trlcal charges In the satellite
and the intensity of the earth's
electrical statistical field ;
. "Theintenslty of the magne magnetic"
tic" magnetic" field of the earth;
. "Intensity of the eun's cor corpuscular
puscular corpuscular radiation;
"Composition and variations
of the primary cosmic radiation:
"Distribution of photons and
heavy nuclei in cosmic rays';
"Temperature inside and on
the outside surface-of the satel
The Russians said the satel'
nal Company to Inspect: the
area with a view- towards send send-lnp;
lnp; send-lnp; a dredge in to clear the
3.000 feet across the neck of
It was estimated then: that
the Mandinga. recently put to together
gether together by the Canal from vlrT
tual scran heaps around t h e
Zone,, would -be perfect for the
job, it being a shallow-draft
The red-and-whtie Mandinga
which can excavate 100 cubic
yards an hour is being loaded
on board the crane boat Atlas
at the Balboa dredging dock
this afternoon. It will anchor at
the lend of the river at 7 a.
m. tomorrow to start work. The
project is expected to take a a-bout
bout a-bout six eweks. at an estimated
cost of about $280 per day,
Getting ready to board the
Atlas this afternoon were Lt,
Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr.. di director
rector director of the Canal's engineer
the satellites compare:
.-. Explorer I
80" long long-114.95
114.95 long-114.95 nilns.
' 31 lbs.
Mar. 26. 1958
, Jan. 31. 1958
15 ft. long
Nov. 3, 1957
J ft Jong
106 mins. -'
May 15, 1958
Died April 14
lite v h ad already i separated
from its carrier 'rocket 1 and
that the rocket was followine
'n !"t rloie to tLat of the,.
,t. ''Ut&rn, itself.!' ..'-: C
' The Soviets said i,he Sputnik
passed over Moscow at.i r4l p.m.
moving from a southwesterly to
to a northeasterly direction,1
loy Riders Draw
In: B2lbo3 Cc-jrf
For iov-rldlnff. two mn1ove.
o the Gil Bus Company were
sentenced to all terms yester yesterday
day yesterday in Balboa Magistrate's
.Isaac Ibrahim, 22. -'was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to spend 30 days. in 1all,
while his buddy. Cesar Cedeno.
20. received a 25-dav jail sen sentence.
tence. sentence. ( ( A,
The pair went to 'the" bus
company's yard Tuesday night
to ask for an advance in their
pay, police said. There. Ibrahim
saw a 1950 Bulck sedan with
the keys in the ignition switch,
and asked Cedeno to accompa accompany
ny accompany him on a ride. .. .
The foilowing morning the
car was returned to the-company
checker at the Limits. It
had already been reported' to
police- as stolen..; 1 ';:'-:r.
In court, the y men w ere
charged 'with taking a vehldle
for temporary ):,. use. i Cedeno
pleaded guilty, and Ibrahim not
Balboa Magistrate" Jonn V E.
Demlng found them- both guil guilty.
ty. guilty. ;'. 1 1 Vr ;
In Addition, ; ibrihlm,"r who
drove the stolen car was fined
810 for driving without a -Jl-
ing and construction bureau, P.
A. White, chief of the Dredging
Division, C. L. Bodey, ,of CAM,
and Capt.' George D. Sudaby of
the dredge Mindi, who will be
in charge of the Mandinga for
the entire project, r
Originally, Panama Min Minister
ister Minister of Publie Works. Rober Roberto
to Roberto Lopei Fabrega, was to have
accompanied the party on the
trip. But he .left for, Europe
recently .on a study tour..
Besides the lQ-uich suction
dredge Mandinga. t h e crane
boat Atlas will also be carrying
a little launch to tow the dredge
out and a small Inspection boat
which will be used by. the of officials
ficials officials to return to the Zone.
The team expects to go up
the river to look over the site
to determine how much prelim preliminary
inary preliminary i"nrk the crews have al
ready ..e." .They started re-
cenuy clearing some tof the big bigger
ger bigger stumps out of the water so
that the Mandinga can work
TO ASSUME POWER'
PARIS, May 15 (UP)- Gen. Charles de Gaulle, under pres pressure
sure pressure of mounting- clamor for his return to power, decided to In Intervene
tervene Intervene today In the crisis that has brought France to the verge
of 'civil war'- ''':. v V:.;::. .;;-"V ''; v z ''r:-: ;.: :
De Gaulle announced that he Is "ready to assume power."
The announcement was made soon after Gen. Raoul Salan,
France's commander-in-chief in Algeria, paid significant tribute
to De Gaulle in a speech In riot-torn Algiers.
- In the same speech, Salan placed his 400,000-man army in
Algeria squarely behind the Algiers military junta'-, the mili-tary-civiliaji
Committee of Publie Safety" that has seized con
trol of Algiers.
Salan gave his-blessing to the
Algiers junta,, although Presi President
dent President Rene Coty and Premier
Pierre Pflimlin had. Instructed
him to, enforce "republican or order"
der" order" in Algeria, :
Salan declared his support
for the rebellious "Committee
of Public Safety" in Algiers
while delegates of similar
committees from other Al Algerian
gerian Algerian cities gathered here to
elect a central committee for
their showdown fight with
Salan, V 59-year-old veteran
of French Colonial Wars, pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed his friendship with the
dissident movement in a brief
statement before 6000 shrill shrill-voiced
voiced shrill-voiced French demonstrators.
"I am one of yourselves,"
he said. "My son is buried
here in the Clos Salembier
'cemetery. I shall never forget
, j, The crowd chanted back:
. "Lnnr; live Salan. Long live
De Gaulle. T-e army to'pow-
i jwff' ''.v;tA.,5
salan appeared on the bal balcony
cony balcony of the government build building
ing building in the company" W Gen."
Jacques Massu,- leader of the
Algiers movement, and other
star members of the Junta
which was enlarged to from 11
to 34 members.
Massu, who seized power' at
the height of a "Keep Algeria
Frenctr riot on Tuesday, had
strongly hinted yesterday that
the way to peaceful compromise
still was open. t
But he and his colleagues' In Indicated
dicated Indicated they felt the next move
should be the return of Iron
fisted Robert La c o s t e 4 as
France's minister-resident in
Algeria w ?
.The governor 1 of key Oran prov.
ince ceded full powers to an ar ar-my
my ar-my general yesterday when a mob
of French civilians and military
men Stormed his t office. '.
, Thousands of' nghtwing French
demonstrators, marched on the go governor's
vernor's governor's office after youths and
armv reservist scire A firan'
dio station, and broadcast appeals
wr wcuon gamsi rans rule,
, The Oran mob ; marched I ki
9aln the office of prefect go.
vernor Pitrre Lambert with
ahoots of "the army o'powor''
and "Lambert the gallows.".-,
i The civil administration housing
me governors otnces had been
surrounded: by .French armv toopi
and helmeted riot police. But the
troops made little effort to stop
the pushing yelling mob.
The governor,? who had earned
the hatred of rightwingeri Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night by dec'arinij he would
obey only the Paris .government,
immediately ceded full power to
the eeneral. identified onlv aa Gen.
"Paquette vi-;? ni.vr:":.
- The prowds; had been urged on
to the prefecture by broadcasts
from the Oran radio station, which
was occupied by r 'demonstrators
without' Interruption. v
The midtret dredxe was put
together by scrounging spare
parts from scrap found a a-round
round a-round the Zone and puttlnt;
them together at the Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Division's shops in Gam Gam-"boa,
"boa, Gam-"boa, .'.-
The Idea of building a shallow-draft
dredge for drainage
work of the East Diversion on
Telfers Island" was born earlv
last year when it became ap-J
parent to tne uanal that a
major drainage job was needed
for mosauito breeding control
and or Dredging Plvision spoils
area maintenance.- ;;
The "humbug" dredge cost
the Canal $13,000. and saved
the organization several thou thousand
sand thousand dollars on Its very first
Job In Fast Diversion. ?
Namprl' fr a small river
which flows i fo t'.e near
Gamboa, the Manrtint ca dig
a 15-foot-cicpo trench and -ake
a cut. 3D feet v.l."
earlier yesterday while paratroop.
ers and. police: guards stood by.
Oran mavor Jacaues Fnnmipx
Duparo, head of .the,, new local
commuiee or puDlic salely' 'was
conferring with Lambert when the
French crowd stormed Jie govern
ment building. Duparc was beliv beliv-ed
ed beliv-ed to have been arranging for
The mob battered down th iron
grillwork fence in front of the
building and hurled rocks at the
' Calm was rttortd only when
It became known that Lambert
had agrd to hand ova hit autho.
rity to the committaa rtbtlling
gainst the Peril regime's eon.
. trol over Algarla.
In the northeast province ' of
Constantino largest in Algeria
--the atmosphere also was report,
ed tense throughout the day. A
committee of public safety was al.
so formed there under the leader,
ship of Gen. Gilles, commander
of. the French army corps..
'Throughout thii troubUd North
African totritory vest titv,
,ightwing Frvneh atttlart end-
army roarr tnowad iirtie sign et
heading a Paris appeal by Pre.
mler Pflimlin to have faith in
his government and restore ord order.
er. order. The defiant upsurge started Tues.
day in protest against the partia.
ment investiture of Pflimlin as
new premier, ,
Rightwingeri and military leau leau-ers
ers leau-ers in Aleeria feared Pflimlin
might give in to Moslem rebels who
have qaging a reoe uon againsv
Frenace for more tnan uree years.
C.Z: Maid Fjned
For Striking Boy
Peeking Into Bath
' A Curundu maid .who was
disturbed by. "peeping tdms"
whUe I taking her bath;, today
faced the Balboa Magistrate on
a charge of battery on one of
them. ' (
The young defendant Ida
Romero, 19, said that she was
taking a- bath in the maid's
room when someone ODened the
door to peek in. Meanwhile she
noticed a few youngsters' try trying
ing trying to climb over the shower
room side to look in at her.
J, After donninR clothes she ran
out and batted one of the boys,
Robert G. Carr, a 12-year-old
American, with' a twitch she
The boy 'a mother, was. the
complainant in the case.
The Panamanian girl was
fined 110 in court today.
Treasurer Reports $21,874
In Contributions For NMA i
3. C. Turner, treasurer of the
Panami Canal Co. and treasurer
for the Canal Zone committee
for the National Health Agen
cies, today announced the re re-results
results re-results of ? the Health Agencies
campaign for fiscal year 1958,
which, was conducted in Feb February,
ruary, February, March, and April,
The National Health Agencies
this year included only the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Cancer Committee and
the Canal Zone Chapter of the
Natipnal Tuberculosis Associa Association.
tion. Association. The total contributions for
this year were' $21,874.61. v ;
j Contributions were primarily
collected through the federal
government agencies by means
of the voluntary system estab established
lished established by the White House, and
were as follows:1,'.',,': :,,
U.S; Army Caribbean $5318.08
U.S. Navy 1322.26
U.S. Air Force .... ... 543.63
Panami Canal Com- .,.
panyCanal Zone gov-. ;
buttons : , . ... ..... 325.65
Contributors" were -permitted
to .designate the health asrency
to wnicn they dosirea to contn
buted their tilt. 72.01 i:t c : at
U S A
WASMINGTON, May 15. (UP). -President Eisenhower personally
welcomed Vice-President Richard L Mxon home from his stormy Souili
America tour today with a salute to his courage and assurances that ihU
country's affection for its Latin American neighbors is as "close as ever."
The Vice-President and Mi s, Nixon, storied and spat upon in Vrr.r.
zuelajust two days ago, came to a welcome' unprecedented for such aa
occasion. 1 ; .
A great cheer went up fom the thousands at Washington National Airport cs
Nixon and his wife stepped from the plane which, flew them ffom the violence of
5outh America to a hero s welcome..- ;
President Eisenhower was the first, to greet the Nixons as they stepped from th
P'ane- . , v ' I
; "All America welcomes him home' the' President touching off a' burst of -tlag-waving
"Through this entire trip," the Pre:dsnt soi'd of Hnon, "he hns conducted hm hm-self
self hm-self effectively, with great dignity and has performed to the satisfaction not only of
us but to our sister countries the duties he was sent to perform.
"There have been some unpleasant incidents," the President said in reference to
the anti-American outbursts in Venezuela, Peru and Colombia.
"Some came to the point .wh re there was Jno.eV; real danger ttnd risk of hnm
"B.r :n wr wse' .nr onivro
J,!lih.rf w h 1 fc h I
Welcomed'! 1 Nlvnn s hnmn
weicomecr ; zsixon nome were
members of the cabinet, and
Democrat as well as Renublican
members of iCongress,' La tin' A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan dinlomats, and thou thousands
sands thousands of Washiwitonians.) ind
students from ,the Washington
area. ; v
Nixon in resoonse to the Pres-
dent toM the crowd that he and
his wife "have alwoys been-very
woud to renrefient the r Unite'!
Ftate'! in their trios abroad,
"but. I don't, think either of us
have ever been as moved as to today"
day" today" ,f He saM there could he "no
greater exn,rfpp twprt i re return
turn return home nr) neo nr fr'n'it
and fo resNe how blessed this
He said America is blessed
with "freedom, er.onomir opoor opoor-tunity,
tunity, opoor-tunity, and civility in its gov gov-ment,
ment, gov-ment, whether bv on? of the
jrert nprties or the other.".
After the Wrpnrt welcomev.the
President, the Nixons and, the
two Nixon .chl'ren., drove ; to together
gether together to the White -House for
lunch; Thfttisarids more in lunch lunch-hour
hour lunch-hour crowds cheered them on
the route nasi the Lincoln Mem Memorial
orial Memorial and along Constitution
The Preldent. In. hfo force forceful
ful forceful anl ohvisly ; A'wh'-Mt'
.,mesare of wlcm t Kixon'
at the airport, i took he oc-
casion .i to say that the un-
friendly treatment accorded
Nixon "has. In no way lmnair lmnair-ed
ed lmnair-ed the friendship of the Unit United
ed United States with any of our sis sister
ter sister nations to the south." ;
of designated funds were given
10 tne uaam zone cancer com committee
mittee committee and 27.99 per cent of de designated
signated designated funds were given to the
uanai zone chaDter of the Na
tional Tuberculosis Associations
. Undesignated monies were di
vided in the same ratio as the
designated, gifts in accordance
with the nationally approved
policy. On this basis, the Canal
one cancer Committee receiV'
ed $15,752.35 and the Tubercn.
losls Association received $6122
Turner added that the total
costs of the campaign were
$356.30 and that the cost was
divided between the two health
agencies in the same ratio as
the contributions. ',v ; -v
on behalf of the committee
he expressed ; his aoDreclatlnn
ior me support given by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone people and said that
their generosity' would enable
wie two neaitn agencies to con continue
tinue continue their health and welfare
programs for another- year.'
ne aiso expressed the appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the committee for the
large amount of work done bv
me first National city Bank of
New York, Balboa branch, in
counting returns and' recording
designations. This service was
performed by the bank at no
co to t".a health agencies.
ifettion Close A
rne vice rresiaent buf to
-m'sMftrlorws nfl rtt,i
nrnnf Kio imv,i,. u-,.
er proof ? of this friendshio than
the presence this morning at the
airport of the. full Latin Amer American
ican American diplomatic corps. x
"And- so I repeat." 'the Pres
ident said, ; I'thst AmerlCR's af-
tecMon for the peooles of thre
countries, and Mverrment rela-
tionshio with them are as close
as ever." - -'
Then, T)innin on Communists
the blame for master-minrMrie-
the pntt-Nlxon incidents ? the
"...A one ambassador said
to me this morning, our whole
situation of r.oonratlon and
hrotherr.004 ; is ntren'thpned
because of the fact that we
stan'i toethfr.ln condemning
anv kind of Communist lead"
ership of ; such Incident as
endangered our belovd Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President and his wife."
When Nixon resnonded. the
President stood b re-headed. t
the, rear ; of the tlnv' speaker's
Hiana, leaning ,., against, one of
the brass poles around the plat platform,
form, platform, and .' r starln? pensively
down at the red rug.
Mrsy Nlxon. standing bv her
husband,, aopared to be "tired.
But sh smiled brodlv,when she
5por,Ted, friends. In the crowd.
Nixon snofce with ieen emo emotion
tion emotion as he recounted his x'-v
verienc' an., afked Ms llst llst-eenrs
eenrs llst-eenrs ,tp nlease rememher :
"wh at a privilege it is to be
an American" and how grate grate-fulhe
fulhe grate-fulhe was to be back home
with his friends, .y.'-:
Nixon said the ; Incidents
which marred his trip were
provoked br ."a very; small,
vocal minority who were able
to enlist the supnort of some
innocent people who were mis misled
led misled about U.S. motives.?
"My observation In each coun
try was that the great majority
of people in all walks of llf r are
friendly to the United States,"
he -'Said..'' i- ''-,.:,,,,!: ,.ur,';,".r
But he added that "this doe
not mean that all the people
of. these countries agree with
all the policies of the Unit United
ed United States." ; iMX&HUl&.ti.r.
"In country after country I
found many areas where peo people
ple people disagreed with hat we
,are "doing,", he i&.xM;?4ty i&.xM;?4ty-;
; i&.xM;?4ty-; Nixon said the United States
has riever f'taken our friends in
Latin America for granted." but
"some of them may have gotten
tne impression that we did.! ;
Nixon described Latint Amer
ica as ;''an area in a state of
Its neoDle are concerned a
bout- the novertv. mlserv and
disease-which 'exist-In so many
Places, and thev are: determined
to-dp i something about these
t,hlngs.,' he said. "The United
states should work with them
Nixon drew a big laugh from
the crowd at the outset of his
speech. iHe recalled with a wry
smile that, when he v left for
South America. one i of his
friends told him "l was fortu
nate to be getting away from
tne -senateTortt nice -vacation
A hazy sun creased a warm
summerly air, 'Profusion of sing
waving through the crowd save
.... ,'j ......
his wife and msmbcr nf I,;,
atmopher. l a f wipai -n ral
Two high school bands blared
way, although -there was no mi military
litary military honor guard or military
band- this at the 'renuesf of th
White House and the State Depart--ment,
Tho signs proeUlmtd "Corn
monisf cowarHice loi Nixoi
eoorit win" and "We're with
veu, Dick."! Numerous signs were
in Spanish. N
The Latin -American-diplomatic
corps arrived In force nearly ml
hour ahead of Nixon's arrival.
Also among i the earlv . arivals
were J Edgar Hoover. D.rector of
the Federal' Bureau qf Investiaa Investiaa-tion.fc
tion.fc Investiaa-tion.fc ;nd. Eric A. Hohnton, presid.
ent of the Motion Picture Asso Association
ciation Association of America.'. ..
, A, large detail of .secret Ser.
vice egenta was .p aHered through
the crowd. A cordon Army
troop was drawn around the re
ceptien erea in. a manner eu.
tmrv fer the arrival ef a head
. M akk
.'A' fleet" of. buses brought '-mem.
hers of the -.House and Senate from
the Capitol Hill, along with bus.
loads from the League of Repub
bean Women and other top party
workers organized bv the national
committee and the District of Co.
lumbia GOP state committee.
Students from at least eight col.
le"es m the Washington area had
delegations swarming around the
landing area. '. .'
Cabinet members and Congre7
iional leaders from both parties
were jammed together in h.
crpwd around a landing ladder
shortly before the plane came in
rrwiiaenr Eisenhower arrived
at 11:53 a.m, in a White House
precestion, riding in his "bub
We.top" Lincoln tourlnq car with
Secretary of State John Fetter
" Thousands lined t'h (..i.
from the airoort ti th wm.
House, where the President en.
venainea the Nixon's at luneh.
Mrs. Nixon, in a slim Wark dmc
and a nink flowprprl hit
from the plane first and then" the
Vice-President. t i
A cheer went ud from th i-rnwit
and the signs Draisincr Nrrnn'.
age in South America were waVd
furiously as Eisenhower- walked to
ci-sp je nano or the Vice-Presid.
ent. '';:rt--.'.;foi.,?,yi. '.4 .-j' V
Nixo$s "two children.. Trirfa 'u
knd Julie "i 8, darted arounol' the
C.h'ef Exerutive to clasp their14 mo
ther and father, at the knees.;
Alter a .lew words beten 'the
President and Nixon tK Viee.Pr
sirfnt wa enP'il(e by the emy
wun a Droaa smue, ne elbowed;
his way intrt tne. crowd n Con Congressional
gressional Congressional leaders.' mpmWr
thif cabinet and the,! 'diplomatic
turps. -' ',''-,.-'
Eisenhower realized plainly
K j was Nlxen's heur nf
triumph. He -meved behind th
nilim Vic-FresVM in he
; jr. ,i ..
.M ynmwm vi ine welcome parry.
- The eollege studpnts in thn
crowd t kept up j chanting "Yea,
Nixo" wav signs proclaim.
ing "Youth for NixonV ,
; The yice.President and Mr j.
Nixon snent the night in Pueiii
Rico after-cutting short thier- vi.
sit to Caracas, Venezuela, when
mobs attacked them as tlv r? U
throvsh tU itreeti Tie.--'.--;.
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'it is pity, a great pity, that the handful of Panamanian
students who came stealthily Into the Canal zone a few days
ago placed small Panamanian flags xat various points, brought
photographers with them to shoot the performance, then sneak sneaked
ed sneaked away hurrldly in their cars, calling their youthful joke
"Operaclon fioberania," have apparently not yet realized what
' they really did. .V - " '-';
They have not,-and never could have, reaffirmed such a
thing is Panaman's sovereignty over the Canal Zone, The simple
reason is that Panama, by means of Article 3 of 1903 treaty be between
tween between Panama and the U.S, turned over to the United States
full authority and sovereign power in the Canal Zone to the
entire exclusion of the republic of Panama' Let everyone note
Jiathef than reaffirming Panama's soverlgnty over the Zone,
these misguided boys have done something else for which, at Oils
hour, they should1 be sorry. They have shows disrespect to the
flag of their country by using it to bolster a ridiculous action.
Serious matters should be treated seriously. We should not,
even In tun, use our country's noblest symbols to carry out
fantastic and Jocose projects. If there is such a problem as Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's pretended soverlgnty over the Canal Zone, the solution
of it cannot be left to youthful students devoid of experience,
lacking authority, and subject to sensationalist influences ;
Why do not Rlcardo J. Alfaro, Harmodio Arias and other of
the so-called big-wigs of Panama came out frankly and fearless fearlessly
ly fearlessly and prove I aald prove to the United States that at this
late date, after more than half a century and despite the un unequivocal
equivocal unequivocal wording of the 1903 treaty, that Panama has rightful,
practical and legal sovereignty over, the Canal zone? Why do
not such great Panamanians as I name come forth with proof?
I suggest they will never do it because, as Congressman Dan Daniel
iel Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.) said,' the assertion of Panaman's sovereignty
in the Canal Zone is simply "an academic question' handy only
for people who are looking for cheap notoriety;..,- r .;:
The uproar from Panama's misguided students is merely a
waste of time. They now place, placards in u their university
groundssaying the Canal is theirs ("El Canal es nuestro"). Yet
r v m rvrH rprtnrx the University
has had.Octavlo Mendez Pereira, in a town in the ; Interior,
during the course of a rather peppery sancocho, declared that
the Americans should carry away their Canal" ("Que se i lleven
' su Canal"), Panamanian students should read up their history,
and act as people of common sense act ,-'
...... :.. ' Old Tlmer!;;r0
.:,w : ri.vttvf. M y R IFF I N Gy;j- ?tH&
gjr. rf-:r v-.;; :i- '-: .:';:
' As a-result of recent manpower surveys, the technical services
of USARCARJB are conducting a massive reduction .in lorce
, rImlementation of a-new Army" Field Stock Control Systeta
r-ProJect. IIO-j- coupled ltK a decrease in troop density in this
Command mases necessary mis
observed a lack f intelligent
Management and the r Civilian Personnel OfficeThls lauure,
amounts, to myopic planning, :
, The Ordnance Section Is slated to cut Its personnel strength
4y 30 employes ? the Quartermaster will probably "riff" about 35
to 40 workers; and the Engineer Section will be up there, also
fith another 30 to 40 employes. These are the big three among
The Ordnance Section has submitted the necessary Form 52,
notifying the CPO as to which positions it desires to abolish or
have abolished ; as the consequence -of reorganization, The
Quartermaster and Engineer Sections will, very likely, ? take
similar 'action soon. ";;;,;..,;:-.:'-.,:..-. ,w..v..1.,,.,.:,4-,;;,y,,.,,
The CPO has the delicate responsibility to determine the
allocation of personnel by competitive levels (groups) as to re retain
tain retain employes having the Jongest service or the most retention
points.-' .'--: ;.-', -f-w.?".;;!- i i-.
. i-. stnra tVi Ordnance Section is leadine the nack as "far as
rtotifvina- the CPO as to its reorganization plans, eliminated
Ordnance employes are presently bumping into positions in
other technical services which might be abolished In a month or
two when these services carry on their reorganization, rr rr-'
' rr-' Thus, the manifest result of this lack of coordination by
,Manpower Survey and the Civilian Personnel Office i a comedy
of bumping and Job-elimination. ""'-:: -''r'-r:
' Another curious train of events Is that involving supervisory
machinations to retain those prqficient employes who are the
disadvantage of not having much service, comparatively. To
what lengths will the CPO go In playing ball with certain organ organization
ization organization which will try, to scuttle or palm off less competent
employes having the longest service? ; -'-
.. My guess is that because the majority of CPO officials and
top civilians are liberal-minded, objective, and Jealous of their
mission and responsibility, the "riff ing" and "bumping" will be
conducted in compliance with civilian personnel; regulations,
which are couched in flexible terminology that gives the benefit
of the doubt to employes, not bigoted supervisors. v
. Operating officials should be on the alert constantly to
counteract stratagems employed by supervisors who do not have
the moral courage and intestinal fortitude to separate underslr underslr-able
able underslr-able and Incompetent "employes by prescribed processes and in
accordance with official policy. ; s ;(
With the same ease that Outsandlng AwarfT ratings are
Justified and approved, unsatisfactory performance appraisals
can be made to stick. It is sinful to abolish the position of a
"persona non grata," during a reorganization. What happened
during the many years preceding the .strearnJining process? u
Why ahould the supervisor of a section having 20 or mofe
employes not have ah assistant? Any reorganization plan propos proposing
ing proposing such a structure should be thoroughly investigated and
justified for it smacks of inefficiency, Inadequate work distribu distribution
tion distribution and total disregard for the time-tested policy of delegating
authority and responsibility. -'
There must be a balance between authority and responsibility.
This fulcrum ought to be a trade commensurate with the
responsibility of the position, Thus, if the head of a section
comprised of 20 employes is a GSLS-7, and his subordinates
range from GSLS-5 to OSLC-2, then he must by all logic, have
an assistant with a grade GSLS-8.
A word of wisdom: a, few token supervisory positions held
by competent Panamanians is
relations. Beware of the handwriting on the wall. Note well the
causes and effects of anti-U.S. sentiments exploding throughout
South America. Vice President Nixon is only a symbol of what
many XAiin Americans are learning to distrust.
THOSE SNEAKY GRINGOS
The aneakr' Grineo has done
triots of our fair Republic were out throwing our flag into the
dirt en the Canal Zone, the conniving 'Gringo flouted our sov sov-ritmty
ritmty sov-ritmty and built an orphanage for homeless children, in the
villa.re of Catlva. Not content with building a home thav r
going to supply the money to purchase food each month so that
our homeless children will not die from starvation while our
fearless college boyi are out tryinr to rrotect them from the
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art aiae'lte" to a wballv caaridantial
cunsumem m persoimci. x
coordination on fthe part of
stood cement for panama-U.S,
it aeain. While the auner-nn-
- ''i. ; ..w'..U-s-:-r'f:f W-.'i'. itavmejiie.y
By VICTOR RIESEL
I have before me a document
proving that the stoning of Vice Vice-President
President Vice-President Nixon sprang from a
network of violent youth squads
which the Soviets have been or-
eanizme at Peru's University of
San Marcos for 23 months.
This document is a 3,500' word
Series of directives issued ey the
Partv a Central. Committee in u.
ma on June 7, 1956. There were or
finally 100 copies ot it, au care
fully numbered and secretly hand-
delivered to the organization's top
officials and undercover operativ operatives.
es. operatives. At the end of these directives,
which call for the infiltration of
unions, religious organizations,
universities and political parties,
is this warning to me rariy
"This sacret memorandum hat
baan diitribotad ; anly ta 100.
Each recipient will have ta an.
swar before the Central Com.
mlttee far his, numbered capy
ta nana fall inte public hands."
- Tht document which makes
it abundantly clear that these are
Moscow's wishes first orders
penetration of the vital metal-min
ing unions and then says:
"....But our principal battle battleground
ground battleground on the university front
continues to be San Marcos (the
oldest university in America,
founded 1551-V.R.) There is the
heart of the student movement,
and through the revolutionary
youth of our collaborators and
sympathizer., we have made 'sig
nificant gains inside the liberal
arts faculty and have had minor
success in the law and science
"This penetration program
through (small units V.R.) in
university circles must be given
our greatest attention. There must
bt immediate action to comply
wih the directives of : the 20th
Congress of the Communist Party,
of the USSR."
- It was at this Soviet gathering
in, Moscow that Khrushchev
burdened himself of the violent at
tack on Stalin. The Russians' glo.
bal apparatus was then purged
and .reorganized! New directives
or action everywhere flashed to
national Communist Party centers
across the world. ;
The ; Peruvian Communists
Central Committee then reissued
these orders ; wich pivoted upoa
''the ratting of, slogans" against
The document says that "eur.
baiic task is the fight foV world
peace and against engulfing
Yankee imperialism. Wa must I
place oursalvas at the head at
the Student mevamanii in, the
universities, Thata matias are
very restless. They have na pal
itical ties,, It it passible new ta-
win them ever with our antrim
Techinique, for this infiltration
and organization of the kind of
youth squad which stoned Dick
Faxon, were copied from the pow.i
enui nauan ana t rencn torn
munist Parties. fc ,.
Specifically, the document said:
Lonrades. the way to Dractical
application in Peru of the secret
assimuate the directives of t th
w-.-n,,, (i... uf .live Ul WiriUUIII (ICUUiyUBC U1I
Moscow Congress. We must pen.U.v. Av w. wint.r t Palm
etrate the mass movements, all
the social, cultural, artistic, etc.,
groups,, au tne political parties,
au organizations of workers and
peasants, religions, professions
students, youth and patriotic sock
The Peruvian Communists'
Central Committee moaned over
its failure to penetrate tne unions.
Therefore," to offset ; this; ; the
Party emphasized its. planned con
centration on the San .Marcos
students. The documents not onlv
ouuinea general strategy but ta-
lyzea is strenghtn in each import,
Shortly attar the document
was Issued, student groups ware
organ jitd around slogans tuch
at "Defend the Seviat Union
against the planet and bombs of
Yankeetcapitalism." The docu document
ment document eventually was passed : en
by somaena te Serafino Romuil Romuil-di,
di, Romuil-di, the AFL-CIO'a director of
Latin American affairs.
To observers tha attarlc nn"'.'
Nixon proves that the old-fash.;. .-
eo ugntiy controlled Communist
International (Comintern) still ex
ists as it always did.
'., It is evidence, say these experts,
mat ,wnatever happens at the
summit, the Seviet underground
will still operate under us with
military precision and siscipline.
T ( re is -such a thing as Moscow
gold after all
, In 1899, flansom X. Olds,
who had been building engines
for farm equipment and ex
perimenting with en automo automobile,
bile, automobile, found the streets of Lans Lansing,
ing, Lansing, Mich, too rough and
bumpy to test and demonstrate
his car. He moved to Dttroit
where he built the first factory
in the U.S. devoted to manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing autos and thus start started
ed started .Detroit on the way toward
becoming the automobile cen center
ter center of the world.
O Brltannioa it. Sncytloptdla
Walter Wincliell I n 'W eiuYbrlc
The First Nifihts: Lunt-Fontanne
Week was celebrated in the thea
tre. The Magnificent Ones arriv arrived
ed arrived in "The Visit", ani provided the
season with a happy ending. The
gala took place in .a plush play playhouse
house playhouse proudly bearing their
names. Although one or iwo cri critics
tics critics quibbled about the drama's
merit, tne tncKie ot ODjecuons was
overcome bv a torrent of raves
for the stars, In a play, the taints
are the thing, fhe Herald-Tn-bune's
Mr. Kerr rejoiced: It
shouldn't take any foolish threats
that this may be the last time the
Lunts will be performing hj .New
York to get you to. see the crown
jewels of the theatre giving off
this cold, brilliant light'Hn brief,
there's no finer entertainment than
Luntertainment Scads of movie
stars will be. doing Summer stock
this year. In many cases, the Roo
ster-Route is more lucrative for
thesDians than Broadway ..J Inci
dentally, 11 shows are expected to
survive the Summer, t ive are aou
sicals. , r
. .Sally in Our Alley: Harold Gray,
the actof. tells about the harassed
patient who whined to the psychia psychiatrist:
trist: psychiatrist: "I'm terribly worried. My
wife has two mink coats and
l .r ;.-
'tr.-w c .f v-imnrf
'Well, ; what's : your problem?"
asked the puzzled medico.
. "Problem?" shrieked the ago agonized
nized agonized fellow. "I make $50 a week."
..The Cinemagicians:- 'Bob Hope
and Fernandel form a merry
Franco-American alliance jn ?'Par ?'Par-is
is ?'Par-is Holiday.' It's 'a eranrt and gid giddy
dy giddy romp demonstrating there's no nothing
thing nothing more international than ha ha-.
. ha-. M'tv Sevherg reveals what
makes Paris Paree "The Lett Lett-nanced
nanced Lett-nanced Gun's is a familiar fron frontier
tier frontier fable. In this case,, horses are
more entertaining than people ...
"Too Much, Too Soon",exliibits the
celluloid version of Diana Barry-
more's too-mahy. too .often conffes.
sion.-The likker-soaked goings-on
. J au. J.....4 Ik. J. m1- .N
and the descent into the dark
ness have a certain shock value,
The flicker's highlight is Errol
Flynn's portrayal of John Barry
more ... ''The Sheepmen" is a six-
shooter saea that aims at the fun-'
! nybone. Glenn Ford and Shirley
MacLaine spoof the Westerns
which are their own best satires...
"Another Tme, Another Place"
FLORIDA HOME AT
' TEE & GREEN :
All i hum;;.
others a pretty good melo, albeit
the story isn t as good as Lana
Turner is pretty.
Stage Entrance: Jack Jordan's
vocaling of "Something's Always
Happening on the River; (from
the .new musical, 'Girl From Indi Indiana")
ana") Indiana") is so very good. Another
Jule Styne hit ... Broadway show showmen:
men: showmen: should catch the amazing Si Sinatra
natra Sinatra mimicry -by newcomer Duke
Hazlett at the Slafe Brothers" spot,
in H'wood Frank Sennes has an another
other another enjoyable frolic at his Moul
in Rouge in Hollywood. "Wewcom?
era of 1928,'! starrinr Pul WhitejJaw" Wait'll you enjoy Keely
man, Rudy Vallee, Fifi D'Orsay,
Buster Keaton, Harry r Richman,
and other show biz favorites...High
praise is due the dancing ensemble i
of the new bit show, "Say Dar Darling."
ling." Darling." They manage to make the
singing' passages of the new RCA
Victor album (of that show! sound
likethey were all trained larks:,.
Daria Massey, the Slate Brothers'
attractive ciggie gal was Sabu's
leading lady and appeared in films
with John Derek. She's between
flickers... Don Rickels' big laugh:
"As Sinatra would say 'bring her
!-( ( ',-... 1v,',r'- ..-
" i t i I
.:.The Telebrities: The week's top topper,,
per,, topper,, of course,' was the live tele telecast
cast telecast of heart surgery with a three-year-old
patient. The scalpel was
mightier than any dramatist s pen.
Unforgettable ... "Camera Three"
made an excellent recaotnre of the
Sscco-Vanzetti case. Still an ex
citing story after more than three
decades ... Dinah's blue-plate spe special
cial special was a slice of cutie-pie named
Shirley Temple ... ABC's 'Report
Card,-U.S.A.''.; won AAA grades.
The comprehensive coverage of
our educational system undoubted
ly was an education for viewers.
The theme was adroitly guided by
Juan Daly ,., "Pantomime Quiz"
achieves the small miracle of mak
ing facial grimaces seem down down-rieht
rieht down-rieht entertaining.;, Nothing more
chiC: than the way Loretta Young
(so young! ) ,ooens her 'show by
swirling onto the screen ... Red
Skene's latest was a jollynp'ooTa.
uniorrunaxeiy, ueorge uobel's
wasn't ;.. You can tell Summer is
: . rri .. .
cominff: Teevee is offprihe reoeats
of old shows which didn't deserve
fo be showii in the first place
"The Outcasts of Poker Flat,"
Harte's classic regained its flash
and zing in the wild, wild wnrlrt nf
tevee ... Ratings transform televi television
sion television intc terrorvision.
The Chit-Chatterbox: 'Why so
'if acccA Detune, x
Z I A CONTEST
. LIKE IT 1 1 y
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CONTEST 'WATCH FOR FULL DETAILS
OPEN TO ; 1 j ,N THS NEWSPAPER!
''A AAAA A A
I many flickers are being filmed in
Japan: Hollywood studios nave ov
er $100 million worth of blocked
yen there ... Shelley Winters add
ed 40 pounds for her role in 'The
Diary of Anne Frank"! movie. Oh,
the agony she' will endure ta shed
that poundage! ... Carolyn Jones,
who is so good in the "Marjorie
Morningstar", cinema, was once a
high school teacher Sandra Dee
surrendered a $40,000 per annum
as a model to challenge
Movieville .... The odd title collec
tion can include ; the upcoming
film: 'The Sheriff of s Fractured
Smith in the 'Thunder Road" flick
er. She just can't miss Stardust
..The Front-Pages: Stardom has
great advantages as well as ter terrible
rible terrible consequences. If Bing was an
unknown,! the Dennis Crosby story
would, be jutt a family; affaiif..
Bing'S' famer, however, turned a
family skeleton' into international
headlines. Lately, the children of
stars have been inspiring melanV
chdly page-one shockers, It makes'
you wonder and wonder a Allen
Dulles, chief of the Central Intel Intel-hgence
hgence Intel-hgence Agency, gravely warned
that the United States "is losing
the economic war with Russia."
The importance of that statement
cannot be underestimated. An eco economic
nomic economic defeat is equivalent to a
military setback. A nation's mili military
tary military strength is only as good as
its industrial power.. Our armed
forces represent the clenched fist
of our farms and factories. Wake
up!, In this case, goine to sleep can
only invite nightmares.
a X .,-,: .i".. i?rrrf.':,.!yVl.ftt.
. .The, Intelligentsia: ; Abigail.' Van
Buren'v "Dear Abby" book Is a
fast click. The N.Y. Mirror (she
nroudly reminds) is "godfather!'
tn her breery syndicated feature...
Cathy O'Brien, the actress, is au au-thorine
thorine au-thorine short stories. Her best is
called '"The Low State of High So Society."
ciety." Society." It will embellish the July
Coronet ... Joe Palooka and author-cartoonist
Moe Leff were cit cited
ed cited in the Cone. Record Am-il 27th
by Rep. Flood of Penn. Mr, Leff
s,ot the rare honor for"promoting
.lobs ior disamed veterans"- via
the new Palooka character named
"Chips Shoulders"',... 'Strangers
When We Meet," bv Evan Hunter
(he auth'd "The Blackboard Jun Jun-ple"),
ple"), Jun-ple"), is due in the book: shoos
May 21st. It should helo a lot of
folks In suhurbla to get acquaint acquainted.
ed. acquainted. Deals with sin outside the ritv
limits ... Steve AHen's delightful
. WASHINGTON Disturbing
evidence has leaked out that
Congressman Oren Harr.s, Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas Democrat.- shut : off the
investigat'on of Mamie Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's brother-in-law, Co L
Gordon Moore, just as it start started
ed started to hit pay dirt.
Investigators were already
checking on Moore's activities
when Harris took charge of the
Congressional probe Into the
regulatory agencies. After hasty
hearings, he dismissed the case
azainst Moore without issuing a
single. subpoena or following up
the most promising leads.
Moore was so pleased with the
hearings, he boasted afterward
that the free advertising help helped
ed helped his influence-peddling busir
nes. .,' '
He hadn't received so much
publicity since he squeezed into
a couple of President's Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's nation-wide telecasts as
part of the First Family.
What the public didn't know
was, that Moore received a tel telegram
egram telegram before the hearinss from
one of Harris' political rivals, T.
C. Short of Lewisvllle; Ark,
".I got Harris record and how
he spent the $20,000 the gov government
ernment government gave -him 1 for office
here. Can't sav moreIf interest interested,
ed, interested, see toe." wired Short.
Moore- did not contact Short
but turned the. telegram to
Harris Instead. However. this
column did contact Short, who:
ssld -he would be willing to turn
his information over to the Fed Federal.
eral. Federal. Bureau of investigation.
:-' 'i'1 HARRIS PTILL -X:"
ZX pches ., ;
Whether out of gr'atitute ot
for some other reason,- Harr'.
suddenly :,l0"5t his zeal for in
vestlgotlng Mamie's brother-in-law,.
This is evident, from doc documents
uments documents that ere supposed to be
'ocked in HrriV safe but some somehow
how somehow sllpoed through hi finers.
Here are som of the facts
wh'.ch hi inyestkatorj; dug; up
but Harris brushed aside: v
1T.S. Airlines Deal- Moore WftS
naid $3,000 by New, York brokers
to nromote a f'v-by. -night outfit
called U.S. Airlines. A confi
dents, 'lnvpator'; r e o o r t
i u a t e s William Ha?eny of
Tar"oa, Fla.. a former, director
of the comnany, p i cHlm'n?
"Moore "wpi hroueht" ins by the
New York brokers to run up tne
value of the sock. Moore .was
hrmieht In to lend DresMee to
the .companv sbeeausc of his
relationship to president Einsen-
The comioanv went bankruDt
after the New York -crowd made
a killin" bv" unloadina- their
"''Th e invest'gatbrs "questioned
Moore about the deal and re
norted: "Although he was re
luctant to 6Hwn the matter, he
stated thaVtie fourrf out after
he got into U.S. Airlines 'whit
they were trying to do' and he
got OUt Of It."- ; ;v;t',v
Trans-Caribbean Case- The
nrof ltable "Wew 'York 'to Puerto
Rico run. first route ever award
ed to a nonscheduled ? airline,
was .r given to Trns-Carlbbean
last year by the Civil Aeronau
tics Board.. 1
This small airtine happens to
be ; owned by Roy Chalk, who
gave Moore a needed lob in the
Dre-F.isensowerdays and picked
up-his -tin et the igsa gop
convention which nomlted Ike.
Hou?e sleuths had barely
started to investigate whether
"Chalk got his route through
new hook,' "The Girls on the Tenth
Floor,", belongs on your night-table
if you' need's laugh From the
Wall St. Journal: In the old days
a mn who saved was a miser,
Now he's a wonder..
Quotation Marksma'nshlpi T.' Ful
ler; -A.'jood example is the best
sermon,..C Coolidee: have nev
er been hurt by, anything I didn't
say..; j. Bruyere: The best we can
get from unfaithful women is
sure is the tax a man pays to the
t J - 1 . T .f, tL
public for being eminent ...1v. Mi
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Moore's influence "when Harris
called them off the case Thp
managed to interview Moore
The investigators' report add:
"Moore stated that he was eml
Pjoyed by Chalk as vice pres president
ident president Of Trans-Caribbean for
short period. Chalk recently of offered
fered offered to make him a director of
Trans-Caribbean, but Moore
the "er down because
he didt not want to be in a po--sltloff;
where he might have to'
consu t with the regulatory
ncies... Investigation of this
matters is, far from complete."
f Capital Transit.
investigators also beean. hnf
never,. Jinlshed. checking on
Moore's Intervention to help Roy
Chalk take over Wahir,t.l
"A confidential informant In
the employ of chalk 9t,.
report to Harris., "ha
that; through .Monr'
r an s-Caribbean -received
jaoo.npo rarjM tax write-off
Which DrovideH th
cash for the-rj.C. Transit...
oore-Jstated.'1 Hft.' !-
continues1, "that his activltie 'n
Si?. ','.ere -restricted to
'Chalk in obtaining
nnancinir tnr nn t- .
through. Robert BakerTexe:
"Mve vice pre'dent of American
S.e-nrity. n Trrst." TT cra
1,"n PfMer After Ike
11 ,Repuh"cn weidntial
Lat onu -M o r e suddenly
monev he wanted from Amer American
ican American Securitv and Trut. Prevl-
?wCe h,ad ben '"t broke
thn.he: .almon sold his hou-
.xwoore made sl4,85o injl
Sy..f?f dvanc1nw monev io
"Tiajl alrl'nes n4 fm,!....
SLW ff Ameri,7nSeT Ameri,7nSeT-rity.
rity. Ameri,7nSeT-rity. His nrofiti frm thi. sours
r c1Iftrt,a a $15,000 fee,
from Resort Alrn. t- 1
"5. -500:0"0 "a" from Amer-
riuni7' AI1 tnls moner
in 1955. Moor arranged for
dictator Rafael TrnHii.
P0in,'fian ;ReDublic to ooen n
accoivnt.af Amerl-an- Security
r.d Trust. Baker thanked Tru-
"55- "it gives us a grreat deai
?-f u?re to have direct re-
jMuusja .. your. centra!
baDk Banco de Reservas de la
Republica Domlnicana, whifh
iTchSiau,turftted hy the stab stab-nsnment
nsnment stab-nsnment of an account w'.th ui
a few davs aco tr iia
Lwith win extending, to your our
5 Yet 'Harris -refused to slen a
subpoena ordering the bank to
H t,':W to Congress Congress-sional
sional Congress-sional investigators -'
'Itill be interesting to see
whether Moore will ever be in
yestlgatm as thorou?hlv w the
influence peddlers of the: Tru Truman
man Truman era.
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-. WASHINGTON WHIRL i
' Marion Fo'som, the outgoing
Secretary of Health, Education,
nd Welfare, dldnt learn that
his resignation had been accept accept-ed
ed accept-ed until a counle of hours be before
fore before the White Houe announced
it... President Elsenhower finally
reached h'm bv telenhone in
Fort Lauderdale Fla., ,after
some newsmen had already been
told the news.: Folsoni rushed
his letter of reslgnatiorf to th
White House the next day... Of
course, the Secretary knew h
was Rolng; to be replaced. It ws
only; the timing which caught
him by surprise. ; ,.
. Folom had discussed the mat-
trwith his successor: Arthur
Flemmlng.: and was waiting for
Flemm'nrs final decision. Th
nreclnitous announcement was
forced by a news 'leak from
iTVhite' House aide Howard Pyle,
lormer uovernor or Arizona.."
Folsom. and Pyle had. been
feuding... Earlier. Folsom had
been upset over a news item
that he ;mutred in Cabinet
meetings and that President had
to tell Mn to sneak un. He
wnted this was also leaked
by Pyle. .'
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3 "eotis housewife
Charles Starkweather down
missed and was knifed to t
(UP) A cour cour-a
a cour-a 1 m o s t shot
by the 19-year-old mass killer, a
confession read at Starkweather's
murder trial said yesterday.
Mrs. C. Lauer Ward, wife of a
wealthy Lincoln businessman,
missed Starkweather by about
two inches as he advanced toward
her in the upstairs of her home,
according to the confession, made
in Douglas, wyo., after the red
headed killer's capture.,
It was introduced by the de
fense apparent y because it de
tailed to the jury for the urst
time 10 of 11 killings Starkweath
er has admitted. The prosecution
had limited its case to the mur murder
der murder of Robert Jensen, 17, and
skirted around the others.
The defense, which1 began its
case yesterday, is pleading not
guilty by reason of insanity. At Attorney
torney Attorney T. Clement Gaughan ap.
parestly felt that plea could be
backed up by telling of all the
Conflicts With Ltttar
In conflict with a letter he
wrote, Starkweather's confession,
written after his capture in Doug,
las,' Wyo., did not accuse his
woman companion,., Caril. of
any of the actual killings.' It said
in fact she did not even know her
mother, stepfather and halfsister
had been killed until she heard it
on the car radio a week later.
The letter had indicated Caril
had killed her mother and 2V4.
year old baby sister.
(starkweather t o 1 d of or l vine
with Caril to the Ward home the
day after ,he had killed Jensen
i i i
and Carol King, 16, and dumped
their bodies in a storm cave.
Mrs. Ward and maid Lillian Fend
were at home when the
forced his way in..
He said the "women both "acted
nice" until about 2 p.m. when he
noticed Mrs. Ward had been up
, "She missed me by about two
inches with a .22," the confession
said. "Then she just looked at me
and backed up and began to run,
All I had was that knife so I let
it go at her. It stopped right in
her back. "She was still alive, so
I left her laying on the bed. ;
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WASHINGTON (UP) Sen.
killerilrving M. Ives (R-N. Y.) bowed
out yesterday as a possible
candidate for a third Senate
term on grounds, his healih would
not permit an all-out gruelling
The 60. year old senator said his
decision never to- seek public
of.ice again was "irrevocab'e."
He said he would not reconsider
even if President Eisenhower re requested
quested requested it. V,v. . 1
- Fights With Husband
"About 6:30 ot 7 that night the
man came home. I told him not
to move. But he did anyway. He
was by the basement steps. -We
got into a fight. He got. the gun
from me, so I pushed him down
the basement steps. ;
"The gun landed on the floor
and went ff. He got up and
started for it, but I was first. I
said for him to walk, back up the
steps-and we would tie him up
and leave town. v
"He started to' walk up the
stairs. He got about half way and
began to run. I shot him in the
back once. I told him the next
time would be it. He got to the
top of the stairs and ran for the
front door. He had it hal.way
open when I shot him. He was
laying there making funny noises.
Starkweather did not describe
the killing of the maid. He said
he did not know, she -had been
kil'ed until later. .. v
- The, confession then told of their
drive, to Wyoming where the last
victim was killed before their
Kins cc .. flans'.
AIl'.V YOKK (Li ) American
and Foreign Po ut Co. Inc. yester
day announce it Srn halted plans
build 10.CJ tlowatt nuclear
nower statins in Brazil and;
Cuba because of high installation
costs.ilack of technical advances
and difficulties m arranging for'
Ives told a news conference
following a medical- examination
at George Washington University
Hospital that he was not able to
stand the strain of a campaign
Ives, who suffers from high
blood pressure, said he reached
the decision "reluctantly." But
hesai d the iGOP "deserves
younger, more vigorous candi candidates."
: He was the sixth Republican
senator to announce his retire
ment at the end of the current
session of Congress.- t
The others are' Republican
leader Wiliam F. Knowland, who
is seeking the governorship of
California,; and Sens, Ralph E.
Jenner (Ind.) Edward Martin
(Pa.) and H. Alexander Smith
(N. J.). -Rep.
Kenneth B. Keating (R.
N.i Y.) said he is considering
running for Ives' Senate seat. He
told the United Press that "I
hope to do some hard thinking
about, it over the weekend and
may have something more to say
Ives has had two major oper
ations in recent years., He said he
tenatively decided not to run
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -. A mo movie
vie movie cowboy racing clouds, a "side,
less" dress exposing a starlet to
ner public, Tarzan m a gray flan flannel
nel flannel suit,' and another film cutie
dnving an 'automobile covered
withj fur' will give you a rough i
oea of what happens to Hollywood
in the spring.
Everyone, including; that doll in
the sideless dress, is bustm" out
with energy, itnot the hives, in
what seems to W the new hobby
and silly season for Hollywood,
THE- COWBOY sitting on
norophiita instead nf a Sadd'e
Roy Rogers; who just got his- solo
mint' license: for single engine
aircraft. With cowpokes in fancy
station wagons,' Tguest Koy tig tig-ured
ured tig-ured he better get'up to date, i
his father painted his' feet black
and laced up his toes. i
Not in thie-Script: Film new newcomer
comer newcomer Hope Lange,v about' the
"new". Hollywood! "Hollywood is
still oriented towards the fading
concept of the 'movie 'queen'-and
consequently has trouuble adjust,
ment to the new types ol stars wno
rely on performances rather than
this Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
vProp department list for one
; of Alfred Hitchcock's telefilms!
j "Long box. to be sawed in half.
, But he says he's not giving up
Trigger or racing outboard motor,
boats, another Spring madness.
Roy atill holds the wave-ridin'
racing title to Catalina Island 27
miles in 32 minutes.
If the weather gets any warm warm-er,
er, warm-er, the "backless" and now the
"sidelss" idress .may be replaced
by the "no-dress" on some star star-let,;
let,; star-let,; but I guess that fur-covered
uto will have, to be moth-balled.
The doll who owns iti I'm sure,,
never could convince an insur insurance
ance insurance company: '. i
"The moths ate my ear," s
LOCAL NATIVES are not only
restless but astounded at Johnny
(Tarzan) Weissmuller looking
like a business, tycoon, which he
is. He's sow chairman of the
board -of a company. building
wimming pools, with a chain of
distributors : across the country.
But even in gray flannel, he can't
, escape fellows in restaurants and
bars who come up to him and
"You Tarzan: Me, Tom Jones."
Johnny hasvone reply for one
. and all: "Ugh.",
FRONT PACE lady not: "Pey.
ton-Place" is back in theaters in
Dallas; and standing 'em, in line,
with -bigger than ever marquee
' billing for Lana Turner,' Para,
mount will release the new Tur.
ner film, ''Another Time, Another
Place,", within 30 days instead of
VwS" ,iV ' if.''.
THE WITNET: AHan Drake:
"Last week T, got t dog for my
wife. I wish I could make' the
same kind of a trade every day."
He's the same fellow who says
ha was so poor as ; a child that
Large two-man' saw. Coffin with
hinged lid. Heavy Sash weight.
Large rrope. Cement floor. Trowel.
Bathtub (bubbles,) Bottle w i t n
Where is Jhe exit," nfease? r t
. foo '"AYWs?
' Hollywood was "worried" spout
it 20 years iago,,Jtoo wheiiAlaba.
ma football star. JohnnV-. Mack
Brown decided he wasn't the lov.
er boy type.'and became a movie
western star. "Everyone was wor.
ried,about it then," says Johnny,
who is coming-out of retirement
to appear with Dale Robertson
in a forthcoming "Tales of Wells
"They said people would t i r e
of thern But the only things that
got tired were the horses, some
of the stars and some of the plots.
I think westerns always will be
Edmund Purdora, once the big
man in Linda Christian's life .(be .(before
fore .(before South American millonaries)
gave his ex-wife Tita' theg Li p.
He's moved to Germany, where
she says he's out of reach' of
child-support orders included in
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again last week when he' su'fered
a severe nose bleed. He said his
ijawdus comirmea his deci
sion. t .
Ives,' first elected in 1946, said
ne nad not discussed his deci
sion with the President or any
other party leaders except for
New York'state GOP chairman L.
lve Save an implied, endorse.
'" .w iuurenouse as a candi.
date to succeed him .He said the
New York Repubican P-arty
.,. ,uu tan yUk on t
real, fighting : campaign in the
enirit timi i.J V t t i
house who, ever since 1954 has
been working to strengthen the
Other possible candidates in-
""sua xiuk&cicucr, iurmer
GOP National Chairman Leonard
Hall, state assembly speaker Os-
wxu is, hcljl aa xveaung.
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UEOA WOMAN'S CLUB CELEBRATED THEIR
ANNIVERSARY AT ANNUAL SPRING LUNCHEON
' The ballroom of the Tifoli Guest Bouse was the setting:
yesterday at noon for the 12th annual Spring Luncheon of
the Balboa Woman's Club.
. The tables arranged in the form of an E were attrac-
tivelv decorated with centerpieces of the Club's flower, the
T ixoria and the place cards held tiny blossoms of the same
flower. A huge birthday cake with 12 candles added a fes-
tlTeGues?s were presented with orchid corsages which dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished them from Club members who wore ribbons in
the club colors of green and yellow. Approximately 36 mem members
bers members and guests attended. ,; y-
Seated at the head table were
the present-elect, Mrs. W. C. Hear Hear-on,'
on,' Hear-on,' the outgoing president, Mrs.
AlDert Samnen, the junior past
president, Mrs. G. O. Parker, Mrs.
Marion Green, president o -, tne
Cristobal Women's Club,. Mr s.
Harold Sander, presideut of the In-ter-American
Women's Club, Mrs.
Rex Sellers, president of the Gam.
boa Women's Club and Mrs. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Hamilton who acted as Mis Mis-tress
tress Mis-tress of Ceremonies.
Following the' luncheonlhe re
,vin nrPKidenL. Mrs. o'u"
r.rinted Mrs.. Hearon with
gavel and president's put; M rs.
' r. i: 11..
came a junior past, piesmcuv
member of the board, iii.p.
rented with a past president pin
and the Club's guest book ior the
past year..She also rece ived a pair
of Chinese vases andu a figurine
as a gift irom the Club members.
Mary Lee Kincaid, daughter of
the dub pianist, Mrs. Joseph Kin Kin-r.iH
r.iH Kin-r.iH a sang two numbers. She
co" panied by her mother.
New officers introduced follow,
bg th luncheon were Mrs. Per.
:Cy Shaw. 1st vice-president; Mrs.
Ivan Jenkins, 2nd ttce.president;
'.Mrs. Harold Farubel recording
secretary; Mrs. Leland Brooks, as as-distant
distant as-distant recording 'secretary Mrs.
ijames Snodgrass, corresponding
aecretary ; Mrs. Vernon E. .Wil.
Mams, treasurer; Mrs. Stewart P.
Trail, assistant treasurer, M r s.
Lawrence Adler, nominator.
New committee chairman ap appointed
pointed appointed to serve the Club during
the year, are: Arts and Crafts.
Mrs. H. L. Wentworth, Mrs. F(. M.
Budget and finance, -Mrs. Albert
Saarinen: Charity and Cards, Mrs.
W. C. Merchant; Mrs. Lawrence
Adler, Mrs.Tbos. McKibbon; Civ.
ic and Youth, Mrs. Peter Bo ton;
Courtesy -and Sick, Mrs. H. L.
Quintan; Custodian, Mrs. Eldon
Coffee; Decorating, Mrs. ; George
Tarfhnger; Historian, Mrs. Mur Murray
ray Murray Klipper; Membership Mrs.
Raymond Euper, Mrs Ian Jen.
kins; Parliamentarian, Mrs. Stanley-Hamilton;
Pianist, Mrs. Jo Jo-seph
seph Jo-seph Kincaid; Program. Mrs. Rus Russell
sell Russell Meissner, Mrs.. Willis Pence;
Pnhlirit.v and Press. Mrs. 0. K.
Worlev: Reception, Mrs. Leonard!
Ruppel; Reireshment, Mrs. Grov.
er luce, Mrs. F.VH. Rowley; Wei.,
fare and Charity. Mrs. Willis
Pence, Mrs. Oliver Chip; Year
Book, Mrs. Percy Shaw.
Dr. and' Mrs. Gilbert Arhs
Entertain For Visitors
Dr. and Mrs. Gilberto Arias en
tertained at a cocktaJ party at
their home last evening in honor
of Col. and Mrs. H. D. Seheibla
who are visiting on the Isthmus.
DARIEfl LODGE A.F. a A.M.
A Special Communication will be held for the Purpose
, of Conducting Funeral Services over the Remains of
.BRO. PATRICK JOSEPH HENRY
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at 8:00 a.m. Funeral Services at 10:00 a.m.
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Las Cumbrts ciVit Ceifncil
To Emertain At Cocktail
The Las tumbres Civic Council
wih enieruin at a cocntaii party
dttxUiuay eveding etarttiig at,
p.m. at the Civic Council building
m .as tumble. All .'esioents -A
tne area and tneir guests are in-J
vited to attend. ;
Return From Miami V
Mr. and Mrs. H. 1. Homa of An.
con returned on savuruay rom a
six weeks visit in Miami, Fla.
Atlantic Neweomer't c.V'-;..-'
A joint meeting of the old and
new executive boaros of the At.
landcsidft Newcomer's Club was
held Tuesday at the.home o. Mrs.
Rph Duree in Coco Solo.
, Members of the new board pre.
sent were Mrs. ben uuree, presi.
dent, Mrs1. FD. Lesovsky, 1st vice
president;" Mrs. Richard McLean,
2nd vicenresioent: Mrs. Chares
Perry, secretary, and Mrs. Jonn
Bergsirom, treasurer. Committee
chairmen present were Mrs. Jamts
trazier, nospitauty, Airs, La Verne
Sharp, memDership; Mrs. Antho Anthony
ny Anthony iJarsi, telephone and Mrs. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Clark, publicity.- 4
outgoing- ooard members pre present
sent present were Mrs. Harold 1. Jones,
Mrs. Kenneth Shelley, Mrs. Wii.
liam E. Garnet, and Mrs. Charles
Fert Cullck NCO
Wives Tour Isthmus
The Ft. :Gulick NCO Wives Club
combined their month'y social
with a bus tour of the Panama Ci Ci-ty
ty Ci-ty Area. They visited Summit Gar.
dens, the Church of San Jose, the
Aligatbr Farm, and the Ruins of
Olc Panama. While on the Pad
fic Side Club treated the members
and their guests to a luncheon at
the Tlvou Hotel. -,
, The members that made the
tour were Mesdames Nancy Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, .Frances Berger C 1 a i a
Blasingame, Florence H e n n i n 2,
Virginia Craig, Helen V wt t a n
Lypne Simpson, "Betty Vasilake,
Sylvia Britt e. Katherine Killip.
Anne Wilson, Gilbert! Brown, Ca.
therine Schillings Viola Him, Ter.
ry Traski Florence Latham, Dot.
tie Foster, Phyllis Card well Nora
Perry, .Joanna Holder,, Frances
Gilbert, n Marty e Saunders and
Audrey Barsi. .
, Guests of the -Club who also
made the tour were Mesdames
Herta Sanders, Clara Pender, and
Helen Murdock....' i iy(i-:
Gulick NCO, Wives
Monthly Meeting . y
The Fort GuUck- NCO Wives
club held their monthly meeting in
the- ballroom -of the Ft. Gulick
NCO Open Mess with Mrs. Nora
The" highlight of the evening was
an enlightening talk on the Cativa
Orphanage by the guest speaker
from the Panama Welfare Board,
Miss Jean Mane. -c:k. y:?
Mrs. Katherine Killip on the be.'
half of the NCO Wives Club pre
sented Mrs. Clara Blasingame a
going away gift from the Club.
Mrs. Blasingame will return to
the States snortly, where her hus-
band will be reassigned The White
Elephant was won by Mrs. Vivian
Ralph. .- :.-
Members present were iMes-
damei Frances Berger, Helen Cur
ran, Anne Wl son, Aita Gomez,
Gil Brown, Catherine Schilling,
Bridie Shepherd, Louise Wilcox,
Flo Henning, Martye Saunders,
Betty Vasilake, Lorraine Dustin,
Nora Perry, Audrey Barsi, Sylvia
Brittle, Hester Hartley joana Hal.
den, Kate Killip, Terese Trask,
Phyllis Cardweli, Eleanor Web.
ster, Nancy Williams, Edith Cona.
ry, tiara Blasingame, uouy tos.
ter, Florence Latnim and Vivian
Ralph."'';-. y-- -w-'tyPi
i A warm welcome was extended
to its new members, Mrs: Helen
Murdock and two guests, Mrs. Cla.
ra Pender and Mrs. mse tncK.
son. Refreshments were served by
Mesdames Nora Perry, Dotty Fos.
ter, Louise Wilcox, Phyllis Card.,
we 1 and Frances nerger.
BY MRS. MURIEL. LAWRENCE
PAT. aged 15. is exchange edi.
tor on her .school magazine. Aft
er a sua meeting one afternoon,
tne editor-in.chief, one of the mo
attractive males in the s e n i o r
class, o .sred to drive her home.
She 'was so overwhelmed she
barely managed- to say yes.
He didn't seem to mind her be
ing overwhelmed. After braking
belore her house, he went right
on telling her about his ideas ior
the June issue. She was saying,
Ohi I think that's just wonder.
full" when an explosion at giggles;
came from behind the hedge.
The next v moment her little
brother Bud and his friend Skin,
ny burst out of it yelling, "Ain't
love too, too divine? men witn
shrieks of mirth,, they dashed for
the rear of the house.
To her mother Pat stormed fu fu-riously,
riously, fu-riously, "1 nevtr was so humili
ated in my life! Do I have to- go
If all but a few' people in a club
contribute to a gift for one of the
members it is better to say that
the gifts is from the club 'than io
list the names of those who con
tributed to the gift. Let the reel'
pient assume that each-member
wanted to contribute. .v
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It's more gracious than to point
out mat some aid not, oy listing
the names of those who did.
For The finest
;': Sro$ ;j
, . (Baccarat
; Vdl St,
in living forever in
.louse with that brat
AFTER a moment her mothei
said, "I'm sorry Bud was soruo;
and I'll certainly ask i Dad to
speak to him about it. However.
you're not going to have to live
with him iorever, you know. One
o! these days soon 'you'll h a v e
your own home. You'll have ba
bies o! your own and be able to
teach them the things Dad and
I haven't been ab e to get over
This reassurance of coming in.
depdendencV quieted Pat's excite-1
The adolescent finds fault with
the way we .train1 his younger
brothers and sisters just as he
finds fault with the' way we vote,
set the table or talk to his teach,
ers. Actually, his criticism of our
younger children is criticism of
us., .-; "y.-.
IF we're brave enough to recog recog-nize
nize recog-nize this, we don't- get caught in
futile, t angry defenses : of he
younger children Instead, we can
deal directly with the fear behind
nearly all adolescent criticism of
us the teen-ager's ever present
fear that he wi'l not be able to
break away from us. and man.
see his own independence, 'like
Pat's mother, we A can express
f.ifV, fhtt h. nrill )
- it is hard to be an adolescent.
On the one hand, "you desperately
want independence o' your par,
ents. On the other, you're scared
to death you'll make a mesj of
So when you're discouraged, you
are apt to belittle your parents in
a desperate effort to enlarge con con-fidence
fidence con-fidence in yourself. t v
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Each notice lor Inclusion In ihw
column ihould be tubmitud' in
rvoc-wrlltcn lorm nd mailad
the bon number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othcrwisa," or dtliftd
y hand to the oHic. Noiicci of
- mtotinat cannot bo tct4
Local 900 CIO i' ' V
The Paraiso Region o' Local 900
CIO will hold their. regular this
evening at 7:30 in the meeting
room of the Paraiso Civic Center,
The public is invited to attend.
Bates Painting Classes
For Atlantictido Nowcomtr'l club
T h t iAtlantlcside Newcomer'
Club Is sponsoring Batea painting
classes at the-Fort Gulick' Serv.
ice Club on the1 1st and 3rd TuesJ
days of each month irom 1 until
3 p.m. "v k '' .' "'tytf. f
Naval Officort' Wives Club '
The Naval Officers' Wives' Club
will hold its Tegular monthly
luncheon next Tuesday;' at 12 o'
clock at the Tivoli Guest House. :
Late reservations or cancella
tions may be made by telephoning
Mrs. C.-J. Hoffer,at Navy 3665.
For Lena Sfart Cotillion Class
na Sesra Cotillion Class will be
held this evening at 7 o'clock at
the American Legion Club at Ft.
Amador. Mrs. Jean ; Canaviggio
will be the honored guests and
will present the diplomai.
INITIATION of Robert C: Hatch, Branlff's Manager for Panama, as a member of Rotar
ternational was one of the highlights of the last Rotary meeting at El Panama Hilton Hotel..
The photo, taken after the. ceremony, shows Carlos de Janon III (left), Secretary of Rotary Rotary-Panama,
Panama, Rotary-Panama, and Dr. Pedro Enrique Bruv as they welcome Hatch into -the organization, u
IPRINCE TOURS COAST
Js she twenty? thirty? forty?
Vmi can't tell with Lanolin Plus beauty care!
',yMBt tee tae tiny llaei,wrlBlcls tktt
befia kefore yeo knew U...ieuaie Lanolin .-
Flits Uuid erMt dry sUa ml other (Igne of
ace. It smooth away dry ikin. Eepleniehea
loit ell. Tlghtioi ilack skis. Thl nourlihinf
natural lubricant teabaorbed immediately.,,
i fte beneath the tarfaee it the ikia. And
" onddenlr foaf akm loekj young, alive, lo'v ly
OTernlght ,..nt twenty ...nt thirty ...at fortyl
Try Linolln Plat fetauty tldi tor tiiiln hair.
Navy's Regulus I
In Ground -Test.
BRUNSWICK, Maine (UP)-The
Navy ired a 500 mile Regulus 1
guided missile witn complete
success'.' yesterday from a amo.
bile launching pad in the first test
Oi its kind at me urunswic
Naval Air Station.
A spokesman rsaid the : red.
painted, 40-foot missile was aloft
40 minutes and was recovered on
the base itself; The jet-powered
missile is designed for use
against ground targets.'
The spokesman said a special
training group from the Chinco.
teague, Va., Naval Air Station
conducted the firing, that the mis.
sile was controlled from the
ground and Irom "chart" planes.
The test was billed as a train.
Ing shot.' Although the Regulus
has been fired successfully cue.
where, it was the first time any
guided missile had been launched
here. The spokesman said ht
knew of no plans to base missiles
here, J ; y-'0
; HILDESHEIM, Germany (UP)
The city council Tuesday ap ap-oroved
oroved ap-oroved the 'allocation of $170 of
budeet funds for the "denazifica.
tion" Of the gold ceremonial
chain worn by" lhe"1brd mayor,
The money will be paid to a
goldsmith to remove Nazi swa.
stika symbols from the chain.
Hospital Tests Prov That MEXANA
MEDICATED POWDER Actually Doesi,
lutli Iffjiliet Says...
- WOULD the average wife rather
have a good-naturcu, lovlns ap appreciative
preciative appreciative husband than a dish dishwasher,
washer, dishwasher, automatic wasner and
drver. freezer and all the Other
One of my women reaners asKs
the question and then answers -it
herself with' a big Yes." ,'.
"What's theuse of having house
work made 'easy by all kinds of
electrical appliances if the man oi i
the house comps home night after i
night so gnnr y and moody tha
his wie an -wchildi-cn actually -dread
"yet that's the situation in a lot
of families today including ours.
The man thinks his1 wife ought to
be happy simply because he has
bought and paid for so' many
things to make her life easy.
"What he ought to "know is that,
nothing in the world makes a worn
-an's work so easy as a happy hus.
band who lets her know he loves
and, appreciates her." ; v, v
THAT'S how it is, men. Honest:
The labor-saving gadgets are
im nut thou a nne don't make
Graduation exercises ior the Lo.v! the 'j0D o Deing g housewife easy.
They lave ner ume anu mcj
save her bjek breaking work. Bijt
you can't expect a woman to be
happy just because ,she doesn t
have to workas,hard as her grand grandmother
mother grandmother did.
You can't just set a woman n a
modern, convenient home, and say,
V'You'Ve got it easy., Now be hap.
A woman can work hard," put
up with all kinds of lnconveni lnconveni-encesV
encesV lnconveni-encesV do without and. make do
and still be happy if. her husband
is easy to live with, if he lets her
know he loves her, if be enjoys
his family and his home.
The things a man can buy ,-his
wife ire fine, But by themselves
they don't make a woman happy.
And any man who expects them
to just doesn't understand worn.
en. ' i '
raniraq Veneiuela Vice
President Richard Nixon, on mob
attacks on nis pany.
nfpt,. iYifiHonte : reflected on
von,7nMa. ( not on the united
. v.. ,
states. If what we saw iuuj
nnchprlcprt. mere Will cunic
to the Americas a aicmiuismp
nh mnra iprrm e man uiwi
(former Venezhelan Dictator Mar
cos) Perez jimenei.
LOS ANGELES (UP) Prince
Bcrnhard of the Netherlands vis vis-iled
iled vis-iled here today on his tour of
the West Coast., He left San ran-
cisco yesterday where he i hao
oeen guest -oi nonor at a recep reception
tion reception by the Neth erlands Benevp.
lent Society of California. .'
EVALUATE GOP STRENGTH
ORLANDO, -Fla. (UP)-Re-puolican
Meade Alcorn began meetings
to : evaluate the GOP strength m
the southern states.; The Republi?
cans reotnly have made more
gains in Florida- than in any other
state of the traditionally Demo-
cratie South, ; '.l
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of the cases!
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use rash-use after every change prevents
this torment! Gentle medication
checks irritating ikin surface
bacteria. Pure cornstarch base
absorbs moisture, cling close to
'. guard against chafe.
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PARIS New rench Premier
Pierre Pflimlin, on becoming the
iitth man to try to korm ; a
ronrh pnvprrimpnt in 28 days:
'I do not nave me musion mai
th. srovernment that presents u
solf .todav can escape irom tne
precariousness of those that pre
ceoea it. i
WASHINGTON Chairman WUL
bur D. MiUs (D-Ark.) of tin
Housa Ways and Means commit-
tee. on the recmrocal trade 0111;
"It will be a liberal trade bill
The committee won't approve
Th. annlication of Nixoderm cleara
V ptmplea Iitim the ikin. Use Nixodtrm
f tonlKlit and aee how your akin be-
coniei clan, clear and toft. Nlxoarni
la a modern treatment that kllla
genua and parasltee that catis tc tc-tema,
tema, tc-tema, ltcliiiis and pimples. Tfou I1I
not set rid o( akin troulilea until you
kill the (terms that ar hidden in the
sn rt Nixadarm from your
and clear ana eootoe your aKin.
Do Suro About Your BRAKES
LOCKHEED HYDRAULIC -BRAKE
PARTS and FLUID
Constantly increasing car traffic demands
thatyou have' good brakes brakes
thar stop quickly, smoothly, and safely.
Regular brake check-ups are your 'assui
ancc that your car is properly prepared
Don't take chances.
PANAMA AUTO, S. A.
' ' BOX llJ
' I WISE MOTHERCRAJFT . the guidance of your own S
, doctor. .. and choice of food are vital at this stage of youf -.
' baby's development. Turn with confidence to nourishing, ;
1 balanced, all-milk Laxtogen for bottle feeding requirements. :
LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniformvand ;
safe and so easy to digest. It is of great benefiting .1 1
avoiding nd even correcting underweight conditions,
' C A madlSsd whale taws' milk In powder form with added
X vitamin A and D end Iran. v- -
' Voo nix It with lukewarm, balled wotar and baby's battle Is ready!
Asl yaw doctor abovf
NEJTlI (CANADA) LTD., M.ilcal Documsntatlan, SO King Street Wast, Tar.
IT rni W IV nrrniNnFR.
sents a Department of the Army certificate to Basil Theoktisto
appreciation ior outsjanaing penormance or assigned auties ror tne period Fen. 10, 1937 to
Feb. 28, 1958. Theoktisto, who lives at No.;. 2, 48th East Street, -Bella Vista. Fanam a. City.
Is the manager pf 'the Quartermaster Self Service Supply Center. Corozal. Left to right are
Joel E; Thompson of QM supply office, Theoktisto and Colonel Hechinser: (U.S. Army Photo)
Ud' k'ljt FcrfcliS
D3cor!:d By Hubby
CHICAGO (UP)-A lady judge
w nmhihitPd a husband from
i.-.'.TTl utV h h
necurauiiK 's v" "" v
t, onnrnval nf h s w fe. about!
The ruling was made yesterday
by Judge B. Fain Tucker, at a
hearing on the plea of Mrs. Helen
B. Smith, 51; for temporary sup support
port support ; while a divorce suit against
her husband,-Nelson, 51, is pend pending.
i Mrs. Smith's attorney, .Charles
Cooley, said the marital troubles
between the two arose from
Smith' "atrocious 1 taste" in the
cn tS of his clohes and in home
Oiiey said Smith painted the
, bathroom purple, pink, yellow
Through her. a 1 1 0 r n e y, Mrs.
Smith' said She would be more
than happy if she could only have
a restraining : order to prevent
Smi'h from purchasing his own
' clothes. ,
, Cooley said that apparel select.'
rir im: frisi
only 90 minutes anay!
St your travel Agent today to plan to
spend any one of youf honeymoons in
Colorful, romantic Costa Fie.
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Chief' Of thn iTAARPAPrR"
Of Wild Party
PRINCETON, N.J. "(UP) Thrr
A 4 J 1 a. r..i. a. T 1
k. 4:. .1-1: j j
nave uccu uiatiuuiicu ill
connection, wun reoortei win:.- ; Ji .. .VJ T,. L "j
nartv in a dnrmitnrv aftr-nrM hvl"u ul. iuu-
I 7 r'
I V--," '" v '.'',-ir;'?;'"
jtix or ine siuuenis were-. ex
pelled. four suspended ana three
placed on probation. All were sen sen-iors
iors sen-iors and juniors., Names ot the
students were not' released.
Orie of the' performers was
identified as Mrs. Judy Renee, of
Philadelphia. The 'othr was
known only as "Bubbles."
ed by Mrs. Smith fo' her hus husband
band husband still remain "in "fleir origi.
Judge Tucker, while granting
the home-painting injunction, re refused
fused refused to enjoin Smith from buying
his own clothing. 1
' 'If he bought a bright, green
suit with pink stripes, that is his
business," the judge said. "As for
decorating .the house, I think
that's a woman') domain."
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XALYOURmVEL AGENT TODAY
niiai-trmsfai ..aiinnlit Ivlclnn : nra.
as of ficlal recognition and
Patients on several wards ofGor
ri. u-i .. .'.
ernaires auanet last week.
""" iu usi ween.
Irrnniiiiniinli tkl. 7..
: m, v,.. ..
of thP niirtrt with tha ph rZa monds S0"11 ww.not at. all
HiJ.riJl. ed Cr8l happy about the dummy. -Seven
of 1 the a?.SwV irp '.Sw' ppared almost hPelesi but
H.nheF?."k in' JjAt ;South saw one chance. A squeeze
nailAnr nn iiruin n Ann tMaimkA
and Fred A.
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RARE SPECIES CAUGHT
urn experts said
creature half-fish and half-animal
caught by a "North Sea trawlef
was a very rare species. The ex.
perts said the creature, two feet,
six inches in length, was a mam.
mal known as oxynotus paradox-
ux. .They said. only 14 specimens
are Known to exist
Fl feco Airport
1 J? '-an"
' - . JION
? A 10 1 7
S v A J 10 982
North : Eatt South" West
1 Pass 1 ? Pas
3 Pass 3 Pass
4N.T. Pess 5 Past
S N.T. Pats 6 4" Pass
7 'Pass Pass ? .Pass
Opening lead Q
i": .' -.-'.. V..SO tv I
Worth was very enthusiastic
aoout his hand. He had 20
points Jor his opening club bid
and when his partner responded
one heart he was also looking at
tne tour top honors in that suit.
His rebid of three diamonds
seemed logical and when South
oid three spades North decided lo
set to a slam. His four no-trump
bid produced .a one ace response
and his five no-trump elicited the
information that South also held
4 XT li. 4
uucc lUllgD. VM WUll ,W SCVtll
ileum. ..( i. ,
' r w.aB : wt am
wa. p0S8lDe. tie won tne open
riihinnH Ipad in hi own hand
pulled three t rounds of, trumps
and led the ace and the last diam
ond from dummy,
East commenced to feel pres
sure right then and there but
managed to let go of one spade
South trumped that last diamond,
led a spade to dummy's queen
and played dummy's last trump
At tnis point tne pressure on
East had become a total squeeze.
lie dropped a club.
South also discarded a club and
then cahsed his ace and king, of
spades. When ,. West showed out
South had a complete count on
the hand. East was down ta two
clubs. If they were the qeen jnd
jack they would have to drop.
Hence South played the king and
ace ot clubs and .made 'his
thirteenth trick 5. with dummy's
Q Th bidding bas been: ;
ITeat Nertk Eut Soatk
i Double RedbL ?
You, South, hold:
S Sf4 I4SI 4klM7
What do you do? t j
A Pass. Let roar partner get,
st of this mesa as best he can.
A twe-elab bid by re Bright
Ihkt eat a ehe save at. one
aeart er me spade., V i
The bidding has been:
tooth West North East
Double Redbl, Pass
7 '.'.;5fs'"-"-' '.."i-'i-.-.".-:.,,.
! You, South, hold:
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-.COLON..' 1. lisl.
j Auto Row
Olbrs In Criticizing Yugoslavs
WARSAW, Folanrl (UP) The
Polish Communist Party ot
(Vladvslaw Gomulka yesterday
lined up with the Soviet Union
and other Communist countries in
criticizing the "incorrect views"
of Yugoslavia. :
But it said there would be no
r'rr to the foults and errors' I
of 1943 when Josef Stalin haa"
Yugoslavia expelled 'from the
The criticisms came in a full
page article in the official Com Communist
munist Communist party newspaper Trybuna
Ludu. It was more moderate than
th. scathing, denouncements
voiced by the Soviet Union, Com,
mtirust Ch'na and other Commu Communist
nist Communist countries. ;'
It was'strona enough, however,
virtually to rule out a scheduled
visit to Warsaw later this month
by Presiden Tito.
Trybua Ludu stressed that the
Polish Communists did not wsntl
to Interfere in Yugoslav internal
Criticize Yugoslav Program
In criticizing the Yugoslav par party
ty party profram, the newspaper said
"we limit ourselves to only those
matters "of international signifi.
eanc, believing that the Yugoslav
Communists are the most comoe
tent on internal affairs in Yugq.
slavia." .' ..m
1 Howeverj it added that the prd prd-ffram
ffram prd-ffram tontained several incorrect
views concerning the international
."The most important is the at.
titude that he world is divided
into two systems socialisic and
camtalist," it said.-
It criticteed the Yugoslavs for
their "attitude toward the Sovlr-t
Union" and asserted that the "au.
mors oi ine program (lid not give
the correct estimate of the his
torical role of the socialist (Com.
mitnist)' countries : because they
mix the matter of the two sys.
'ferns with the matter of military
Yugoslavs Stand Aloof
. In i the original draft of the
Yugoslav program, the Warsaw
pact was equated with the North
Atlantic pact and both were la.
belled power blocs. This later was
deleted, but the Yugoslavs' con.
tjnued to insist they would stand
aloof from any such groupings, ;
.."This is retreating from the
class point of view," the newspa,
- The publication said the West
was to blame for the cold war.
"The source of the whole trod,
ble is that American imperialism
installed bases around the social socialist
ist socialist countries and is arming the
ARRIVES IN PAKISTAN
, KARACHI, Pakistan (UP) -Shah
Mohammed Reza Pahlevi of
Iran arrived here by air yesterday
for an overnight visit en route to
Formosa and -Japan.. He was
greeted by top Pakistani officials
in broiling 105-degree weather, ;
I J d ---tfjl M I j
f No sense in getting hot under the collar. Right now
would- be a good, time tor light, up a soothing, refreshing
"Kool.And what smok'mg pleasure. what freshness...
That's because Kools are made right here in Panama, made
" with the world's finest tobaccos. Now, you can enjoy Kools
with or without
... K V I
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West German armies with nucle.
ar weapons," Trybuna Ludu as-
"The (Yugoslav) program ig.
nored the role of American lm-
per'aHsni in recent world affairs
that is its basic fault."
wnat tnis ncv
means to you...
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A chronometer is a "suptr' atch"
It haj been specially made, specially
' adjusted, ind has passed stringent
govetnmentuests for accurajy. Every :
, -Swiss chronometer is sold with an
Official Rating Certificate showing just
' how it performed In these government
' tests. Particularly good chronometers
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. '. Caia Fastlich S. A. Pcama-C.ity Officii! Agent :
the Penguin yi:
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SPOKANE, Wash. (L Pi-Wash,
ington Water Tower Co. stock stockholders
holders stockholders have voted for a pioposed
merger with Spokane Natural Gas
Co. it was announced yesterday.
The merger is expected to go
into e ,ect on June 2.
STOCKHOLM (UP) Singer
Bicky Stenfors told a court y ester.'
day, that she could remember
the tunes but not the words of
songs since a brick fell on her
head. .She is suing the, owners of
the building she was 'passing
when struck. f
arc awarded a distyictiva. notation t
"especially good results" printed ofi
this certificate. Before yog uy a
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NEW YORK, JVIay 15 (UP) While they're
dusting off that Hall of Fame plaque tor Stan Mu Mu-sial
sial Mu-sial they might just as well start getting another
readv for Warren Spahn. 7; :
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, A "young fella," some seven,
months younger man urn 1
"man" from St. Louis, Spahn
reached another milestone in .his
career last nighV when he 'pitched
the Milwaukee Braves-to a 4-Tyic-tory
over the Philadelphia Phillies.
It was Spahn'a 230th win-a total
surpassed by only three left-handers
in modern National League
k'ofroore Immediate interest to
the Braves, of course, was the fact
that they reclaimed first place
when the St. Louis Cardinals beat
the San Francisco Giants, 3-2. Mu Mu-sial,
sial, Mu-sial, who apparently found his first
onmt hit th hardest.: Ot' 8 big
iiimn 'fin bis fourth thousand by
hitting a homer and two ingles
that lifted his average back to .500.
The Pittsburgh Pirates aehiev
d their second six-gamo winning
streak of the season when they
beat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 5-4,
. and the Chicago Cuba snapped a
" seven-game losing streak with
! 7-3 decision "ever the Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles Dodgers In the other Nation Nation-.
. Nation-. ;. al League games
In the American League, the
w. Vnrk Yankees cot some more
of that magnificent pitching to beat:
the Baltimore orioles, l-u, me vm vm-cago
cago vm-cago White Sox downed the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics,, 4-1, the Boston
unci sw tniroed the Washington
Senators, 7-5, and the Cleveland
Tertians nipped the Detroit Tigers,
The unbeaten Spahn who turn,
ed 37 on April 23,; struck out sev sev-n
n sev-n and vielded five hits in becom
ing the first six-game winner of
the season. All six of his wins are
complete games and he alioweda
total of 12 runs in them, Spahn
himself smashed arun- scoring
' triple and Del Crandall and. John Johnny
ny Johnny Logan homered- f or the, big
blows in the Braves' eight-hit at attack.
Spahn already holds the "N.LV
record of eight 20-victory seasons
by a left-hander and if he makes
this No. 8 he'll stand a good chance
to finish his career as the biggest
lefty winner in league history.
Thnsii ahead of him are Vic Wil
lis, 244, Carl Hubbell, 253, and Ep Ep-:,
:, Ep-:, pa Rixey, 266. rt- V:
Musial. who achieved hi 3,000th
bit on Tuesday., homered in his
first appearance at the' plate last
nicht and added two-singles for
three' of the Cardinals' ;nine hits,
Vineear Bend Mizell pitched a 4-
hitter as the Cardinals ran their
Winning streak ; to seven games
with Jock Mahoneyy
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and climbed into fifth place. Mi-
zeU hgd h,s worst moments in the
first inning when Willie Mays was
safe on a lorceoui.SMJie secoim
and third and scored when the
throw to third was wild.
Vernon Law won his linn
straight game for the Pirates, who
collected 12 hits including three
each by Ted Kluszewski and Bob
Skinner. Dick Groat hit the most
imnortant sinele blow for the Pir
ates, however, a two-run fourth-in-
n me trioie that save mem a o-a
lead. Cincinnati nas viost live
Lee wans nil a single, aouuie
and his llth homer as the Cubs
rimmed the Dodeers deeper into
the cellar, wans nomer-opnea
four-fun1 Chicago seventh i that
clinched the decision and; gave
Jim Brosnan his third win. Carl
Erskine was the loser for the Dod
eers. who have yielded .58 runs
ia six straight defeats..
Bob Turlev struck out tevtn
and pitched a four-hitter for his
third shutout and the 'Yankees'
sixth in 20 games, Mickey Mantle
doubled home Tony Kubek with
the run that beat Billy O'Dell
and enabled the Yankees to In Increase
crease Increase their first-place lead to
, Dick Donovan pitched a four-hitter
and batterymate Sherman Loi Loiter
ter Loiter homered to- lead the revived
White' Sox to their fifth win in sev-
en games. DomSvaff, "who has. won
two straight iafter an 0-3 start,
yielded one hit Until the eighth
when Bubba Phillips' error help helped
ed helped the A's score an unearned run.
Dick Gernert snapped a 5-5 tie
with a homer leading off the ninth
and the Red Sox added another
run to reward Leo Kiely's six in
nings of shutout relief with, the
victory. The Senators piled upan
early 5-0 lead but Bill Henna s s s-run
run s-run pinch homer helped; the Red
Sox tie1 the score with a five-run
fourth, ... '
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as many innings capped a five-run
Cleveland uprising in the ninth in
a wild game in which n pitcners
saw action. Harvey Kuenn v had
four hits for the Tigers who had
won four straight. ,.
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Bantamweight champion Ed Edwin
win Edwin Sykes and former lt-pound
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day today as they neared the end of
their training grind for .Sun.
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bantamweight champion who re
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ranks, kayoed Roy Thoike in
his last outing nearly two weeks
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NEW YORK, May IS (UP)
World raeins champion ; Juan
Manuel Panqio will not oartieL
pate in the 'ndianapelis 500 mil
race on Memorial Day, it was
William D. ,Wlther,' director
at research for the Dayton ,Stel
Foundry Comaany, in a state statement
ment statement released her. .ald Vnnv
. pecte'' eomilieation".: and .the
fact tha the car FanoJo was
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timum condition" led to the
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th Company's car.
, Walther said that the car fs
beina preoared so that Fangio
can drive it. in h Monia race in
5 Italy n June 28. -v,
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fielder Bob Hade- planned to re.
oin the Milwaukee Braves in
time for tonight's game against
the Philadelphia Phillies.' He suf
fered 'a concussion last Wedns.
day night when struck in the
head by a pitched ball.
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Basilio Is Sitting Pretty
Despite Robbie's Demknds
' NEW YORK (UP) Carmen
Rasilin had a oat hand today as
h sat enmfortablv in the middle
of one of boxing's Diggesi poser
Middleweight cnampion pay
Robinson is Dlaving it cosy as he
snnppzpa the nerceniases wr i
third bout with Carmen, am we
winner of the welterweight cham
pionship final between Vince Mar
tinez and Virflil Akins has to
hone that Basilio) will return to
the 147 .round class. . i -, i
So Carmen, whose presence is
necessarv to provide a big pot
m a September -outdoor extrava.
ganza, has a .' sure-fire ; winning
hand. '' '1' 'i t;..i"
Suear Rav is running a fine
bluff, hinting that he may not re-l
turn to the ring again.
i Money Is There '.
But the Harlem dynamiter, who
recaptured the1 middleweight uue
from Carmen in their last bouL
knows from experience that: ha
can't pick up the bundle any
where else that he can against
Carmen. 'It was a dollar deficit
while working as an entertainer
which brought him back to box
But this time he really is put.
ting on the big squeeze. In their
first bout, Robinson took -40 per
cent and Basilio got 25 per cent--
although the boxers' total end in
any production : s 60 per cenu
The last time, when Carmen was
the champion,, they split it 30-0
Now Robinson is demanding
42 1-2 per cent and Basilio says
he won t tight' for less than 30
per cent. The promoting IBC con
tends it lost $150,000 on the first
bout in which it gave them a to
tal of $5 pet cent. :
Mus'cl Might Become
Leading Batter In NL
Histoid InVTitVS -Years
By ED SAINSBURY.
"CHICAGO (UP) Stan Mu.
slal's baseball goal was 431 hits
distant today, but his anticipated
tenure as a baseball player cov cov-ers
ers cov-ers another two years, so he
might become the leading batter
in National League history.
Musial, 37, smacked his 3,000th
major league hit Tuesday, a. dou.
ble, as the key punch of a four four-run
run four-run St. Louis Cardinal inning to
produce a 5-3 win over, the Chi-
And while he was pleased at
No. 3.000. he had no pretensions
toward No. 4,000 unless f"it just
comes naturally." the way he
swings a bat." '
"I'd like to get more hits than
anv other National League play
er," Musial saw,- "ana i iiguie
I'll Dlav a coupie oi more years.
don't mean two years exactly
because I'll play as long as I can
hit well' over .300."
The player i with the most. hits
in the national uaiue wn we
lat Honus Waener. who has
a 43(l.;while Paul Waner was sec
ond with 3.151. Musial. wno nas
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' "FORT TI"
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"THE TALL "t
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"Strange Adventure" and
Tb Lady Wants Mink"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 ft 7:55
"BADLANDS of MONTANA"
CAMP BIERD 1:15 ft 9:05
"Track1 The Man Down" &
"Honey chile" 7:30 only
So something : has to ewe m
their current demands for a total
of 72 per cent and it won t
be Basilio. ;-,
Because Carmen .has an : ace in
the hole, : -; :: c
That's a return to the welter
weight division which he aban.
doned as champion to-move up
into the middleweight division.
The frenzied, elimination to pro
vide a new A,147-pound j kiflg
reaches its climax in St. Louis on
June 6 when Akms goes in as a
9 to 5 favorite against Marunez.
;;::'.?: Aggrsslv kms ;.: .
Akinr is the choice of most
boxing experts although his rec
ord isn t as impressive, fcacn ot
them has had 65 bouts. : Martinez
won 60, against five losses, and
scored 13 knockouts. Akins won
47, lost 17, drew one and had 2"
knockouts, But Akins has looked
more impressive m recent boms
and isa more aggressive battler.
But no matter which one wins,
either would be delighted to see
Basilio snub Robinson and cha'-
lenge for the welterweight crown
he formerly held. Carmen wouM
have no weight, problem becauv
he is a natural 147 pounder and
scaled onlv 153 at' his .; heaviest
against Robinson. r ;
That he probably would recap
ture the welter rown from either
Akins or Martinez wouldn't deer
either of them. They fight for
money V and Basilio, outdoors
would mean hitting" the jackpot.
The feeling is that. Robinson
will reduce his percentage de demands
mands demands and fight Basilio outdoorsi.
But, either way,; Carmen can't
43 hits already this season, needs
io acta omy 152 to surpass Waner
and he could do1 that this season,
since it would require him to get
only 195 hits for the season. He
has exceeded that figure seven
times in 15 year and tied it one
other season. v
Both Musial and
Jtiuicninson would have ; prefered
me o.uuom nu in tneir home nrirk
xhus Hutchinson bencher) Musial
ior Tuesday's garner btft planned
to use him as a pinch hitter if
it might be necessary to win.
,11 oecame necessary with Gene
Green on 2nd with a double, one
man out and the Cardinals trail.
ing, 3-1, in the 6th. Musial took
an outside pitch, fouled one of
pitcher Moe Drabowskv' nitrheu
mm wie' stanas, mok a .' called
strike, an inside pitch, and then
slammed the next throw deep to
l"lay -was- stonoerf whil Ant.
newer wait Moryn returned fh
nan to umpire Frank Dascoli who
reiayeo it to Musial for a sou.
Musial used a substitute bat for
his hit, since he couldn't find the
one he had been using.:
tin at. Louis Tuesday night, a
crowd of more than 2,000 persons
jammed the 1 Union Station to
greet Musial on his return from
Chicago. Many carried cardboard
signs reading: "Stan the 3,000
Man.")- , n'
Committee To Jake-
Steps On Patterson :
NEW YORK'(UP)-Julius Hel Hel-fand
fand Hel-fand said today the World Cham Cham-pionship
pionship Cham-pionship Boxing Committee will
take "definite action"- on the
heavyweight s ituation late this
' Helfand,' chairman of the. New
York State Athletic .( Commission
and president of the committee,
will fly to Paris. May 25 and pre preside
side preside at the committee meeting
were may zs ju. -
Just whaultimatum to be giv given
en given champion ; Floyd V Patterson
will be decided by the committee,
Helfand said. Young Floyd hasn't
defended his crown since last
Aug. 22, when he knocked out
amateur Pete Rademacher in the
sixth round at Seattle.
Cua D'Amato, Patterson's man.
ager, declared today,; "If the
World Committee or any other or.
ginization tries to force us into
a fight with an opponent who
may have any connection with
the International Boxing Club no
matter Jbowuindirect. we wi!l
challenge the' committee'! .action
in court." v
"or the second time within three
months the Brazos Brook Country
Club has announced a junior boys
and girls golf tournament which
will take place this coming Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning.
Don Hause and Clifford Maduro,
who form the energetic tourna tournament
ment tournament committee, have scheduled
this event due to the large num
ber of young people whq throng
to the golf course each weekend to
put into effect th teachings of
Hause who has unselfishly devot devoted
ed devoted a lot of his spare time in giving
lessons to the youngsters.
Capt. Charles B. Fnton. Is
furthering th cam for junior
golfers by presenting fiv dozen
golf balls as prizes for this ona ona-day
day ona-day featur. ., -. .;.
Contestants are 'urged to place
thefr names on the bulletin board
at the club no later than .5 p.m.
If they cannot get out to the club
to reRister, theyarerequested to
egister; 'they are requested to
telephone their entry with their
age to Cristobal 1090. This is im important
portant important as Hause will be making
up the pairings tomorrow evening.
contestants should be on hand
at No. 1 tee Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
Play will be in three flights as fol
lows: championship' flight for 14-
years-old and over first flight for
tnose agea n to 13 while the "dia
per", flight wil be for those aged
ten years and under. ;
The players' in the champion
ship flight will drive off from the
men's tees; while the other two
flights will use the ladies tees.
'- (Based on 50 official at bats)
National League t, AB K H ret.
musial, bt. L. 24 92 16 46 .500
Mays, ban rco. .a 10 27 44 .44
Spencer, S. Fco.' 27 107 21 39 .36.
Wans, Chicago 28 112 25 39 .348
Crowe, Cmcin. 17 55 3 19 .345
hamner, Phila.t 28 Wi 16 35 .343
Clemente, Pitts. 25 101 12 31 ;337
Hoak, Cincin. 22 9 12 3 .337
Thomas, Pitts. : 26 108 21 36 .333
Cepeda, S.'; Fco. 27 105 27 35 .333
. AMERICAN LEAGUE
McDougald, N.Y 18 69 12 26 .377
Skowron, N.Y. 18 67 9 25 .373
Kuenn, Detroit 26 103 19 38
Fox,. Chicago 22 89 10 32
Vernon C eveland 22 59 10 21
J Cerv, Kansas' C. 22 81 24 28
Lollar, Chicago 20 64 9 22
KunnelS, Boston 26 103 13 34
Nixon, Cleveland 18 58 6 19
Maxwell, Detroit 22 69 13 22
, NATIONAL LEAGUE
Walls, Cubs , g
spencer, Giants 1
. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Lollar, White Sox -(7
tied with 4
RUN BATTED IN
'NATIONAL LEAGUE J
Mays, Giants :
Banks, Cubs , 1 u
Walls, Cvbs t .
Cerv, Athletics 1 '
Jensen, Red Sox",-
Skowron, Yanks -Gernert,
Red Sox ,,
National League ' W L
Spahn, Braves v v 0
Elston, 'Cubs 4 0
McCormick, Giants 3 0
Paine, Cards 2 0.
( (7 tied with 1-0, 1.000)
Harshman, Orioles 5 0
Turley, Yanks 5 0
Hyde, Senators..,.' 3 0
Shantz, Yanks 3 0
Larsen, Yanks 3 0
PEP MEETS SINGLETON
BOSTON (UP) Former
Pep engages in his fifth bout in
seven weeks next Tuesday when
he meets Bobby Singleton of Phil,
adelphia' in a 10-rounder here.
The 35.year.old Pep has won'28
of his last 29 fights.
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Bonus Baby Goes Dovn
To Minors As Major ;
Lesaues Trim Rosters
By TIM MORIARTY
r A year ago. this month young
on Mcuanitn was graduated from
high school in his Native Hollis,.
Okla, and joined- his brother Lincy
as a major leaguer with the; St.
Tbilisi f!arHinal fnr a 45(1 ftno hnn
Today Von was headed towardj
minni" Tjaono nssicrnmcnr nnH
J ',the pitching JMcDaniels, hailed last
.v uu.i mb ... v nuw nuuiu ui.y
St. Louis fans forget the Dean
brotherss., are split up.
. Von made, quite a debut with the
Cardinals last year. Although on only
ly only 18, he pitched a two.hittery a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Dodgers1 in June and a
one hitter against the Pirates in
July, winding up his rookie year
with a 7.5 record. :
However, he had trouble with
his control this spring and ap.
poarod in only two fames, allows,
ing fiv-a hits in two innings of re.
lief work. So when: the time
came for the Cardinals to reduce
their roster to the 25-player lim limit
it limit last night, Von was given his
walking papers. Ho was 'option,
ed to Houston of the Texas
The Cardinals also optioned roo
kie third' baseman Benny Valen-
zuela to Omaha of the American
Association to reach' the required
Among the other major leaguers
who failed to survive the midnight
cut-down cur ew were such veter
ans as Bobby del Greco. Bill Tay
lor, Bobby Morgan, and Dixie Ho.
well. - j
Del Greco, an ex National
League outfielder acquired by the
New York Yankees late last sea.
son, was optioned to Richmond of
the International League. The Yan,
kees also sold pitcher Al Cicotte
to the Washington Senators and op.
tioned shortstop Friji Bnckell to
Denver of the American Associa-
tion."':1''w''V'.'."M'J', .I'fc.'..'". 'Jz-
Taylor, another -N.L: veteran,
was among three players cut loose
by the Detroit Ttgers. He was sold
to Charleston while pitchers Vito
Valentinetti and Joe Presko was
optioned to the same A L. club
.The Chicago Cubs sold Morgan
to Buffalo of the I.L.. and optioned
utility out 'ielder Frank Ernaga to
Fort Worth oi tne xexas league
' Cliff Montgomery
Cliff Montgomery, a football
star at Columbia in the 1930;s
figured in, one of the Rose Bowl's
biggest ;, upsets Columbia's 1934
victory ; over ..rugged .'Stanford.
That was the year the 1 "Laugh
able' Lions" turned, back Stanford
7-0 on the sodden .turf at Pasa
dena. Cliff .was the quarterback
on; that team, and as a result of
his game winning strategy he
was voted" honors as the outstand
ine olaver in the came. :
Whatever happened to Cliff
Montgomery? The ex-Lion now is
a leading football-' official. He
lives on Long Island and is an of.
ncial or the McGraw-IimjPuplisn.
Detroit ; ,
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Night Game r
Chicago v 020- 001 010-4 8 2
Kansas City 000 000 010-1 4 0
Donovan 2 3) and Loiljr,
' Maas (0-3);. Trucks and House.'
whife Howell, a relief pitcher with; -,
the; Wnite. box who broke into th
majors with Cleveland in 1940, wa
so d ,to Indianapolis. The ? WiUtt '..
Sox also optioned Pn -Rudoiph
anoVTeo. Beard tq the' same ciuo. J
. int senators, after acquiring j
Cicotte, sold iniielder Jerry bnyd
er, to Miami of tho I.L. and pad- -died
outfielder White Herzog to
the Kansas Citw Athlti rh.
A n turn, optioned pitcher Bud
vaiey and infielder Milt Graff to
Bu.falo and shipped pitcher Carl
Duser to Denver.
Other player transfers: ; "
Pittsburgh ootionpri eutoh
Harding Peterson to Columbus of
uie i.ii. ', ;,, -.-.j.
- San Francisco optioned pitch.
er Curt Barcley to Phoenix of the '.
P.C.L, and released catcher Nick
Milwaukee optioned pitchers
Don Kaiser and Carlton Willev and
outfielder Mel Roach to Wichita of t
the A. A. -
Cleveland optioned catcher ,"
Hal Naragon to San Diego of tht"
' Los Angeles optioned pitcbJ
ers Danny McDevitt and Roee r
Craig and third baseman D 1 c k
Gray to' Sf. Paul and brought up :
pitcher Stan Williams and outtield.
er, Bob Wilson i from .the, same
Tomorrow Nif ;. -v:;
J Another tneeting will be held in
Friday at 8 n.m. in SWoseoh'a Pa l
ish-Hall Colon to discuss the rules
ana Dyiaws, and to elect a board
of directors for the first annual In- -terparochial
Basketball Lea sue,
which will be' held in the "Father
Burns": Memorial Center's baskett
ball' court. -
Sports writers, umpires, scorers :
and other basketball officials of
Colon are invited to attend.
'The Caribbean Forces Network
-' has amnounced the following
snorts schedule for the week: Ra-v
dio (Track and Field), --May 1(5
Los Angeles Coliseum Relays, 10:
. Radio (Baseball) i
May is, New York vs Washings
ton at 1 rjim.
May 20,; Baltimore vs Detroit
It 1:30 p.m..
May .21, Los Aneele vs Mil
waukee at30 p.m.
'May 22, New York vi Detroit
at y.M p.m.
May 24, San Francisco vs Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee at 1:0 p.m.
. May IT, Golf show at 4 p.m.' i
,May 19, St. Nick's boxing .al
.':'.19 n.m.c : k . .
May, 21, Wednesday night box boxing
ing boxing matches at 10 o'clock. --
May22rGolf show it 4:30 p.m"
May 23, Wrestling at 10 p.m.
C ( j'
af m aw
u m m atf
the brakes stop the wheels .
but the TIRES STOP the GAR!
Tii AC H I i G J O H H N Y TO "SWIM
drive into Crpf
PLAYING HOOKYTakin time out from water tiding and
Sunder a neat paraspl, Marge HatfleW inows on ( oeauxiei
. kk f-ii fnr h l!n it Gvnress Gardens. Fla. Lets Go
week ends way l aaigni aa weu ev in wu i.
20th Infantry's C Co.,
SArCarib School Win
n Service Basketball ;
Teams W L r
Balboa Hloh :
Cristobal High 3 I .400
Junior College f
Balboa High 67 C.H.S. 40
' Tonight's Came
Balboa High vs Albrook AFB
TJ. Z. Junior College
V Cristobal High
By TREVOR SIMONS
Th Viiir enn of the Balboa
High School basketball quintet
wrpaltpH havoc nn the Cristobal
defense at Margarita Tuesday
night, easily trouncing the Tigers
by a 67 to 40 count.-The impres
sive victory scored by tne jjuii jjuii-dogs
dogs jjuii-dogs brought Balboa High the'
1958 Interscholastic basketball
championship, completing their
schedule with a S and 1 record
on the season, j' j: c ,c.
Whila th Rullrinpi wer arnrine
t will, thpir ripfpn wai aunerh.
limiting the top Tiger point pro-
j t:ii : l --j vjj:.
Pabon to 2 and 10 points res
pectively. Raul Barbara paced the
Balboa High attack with a 20
nnint effort that diced the Pacific
Side eager on the top' of the list
of scorers in the 1958 mterscnooi
loop. Roy Culbreth contributed
another 17 points and Pio Delgado
to the Balboa championship vict-
The Bulldogs were quick ii tak tak-e
e tak-e the lead, onenins a 16 to 6 M
in the iirst quarter that they
steadily increased as the game
progressed. : Outscorihg the Tig
ers in every penoa B.n.s. lea as
To float en hi back, Johnny squats in vvaint-drf i water until
his Mhouhlers are below the surface. With his head tilted back
and ears In water that he is looking straight up, he stretches
his arm to hi aide with the palms up. He then lifts his hipsas
close U the surface a possible to put him In the balk float
position. To do the bark glide, Illustrated" in this picture, he ;
take the squatting position to do the bauk float and pushes back
..hard. V .'v's:..,,.';-? -i."
(Mat No. .7) -v'- :'y;-:;lt(-r? j v:;1' :i;.f
r-'t i 'k--: Vf I m -jAf -J v; X;4
("Teaching Johnny To Swim,'' a do-lt-yourseW manual
for parents, if nowavailable at your Redf Cross Centers,
Libraries and iwlmmlng )ools In the Canal Zone.
, (Parents who ; prefer to "have their children taught in
group classes should register them with the Summer Re Recreational
creational Recreational Program In their community. Trained Red" Cross
instructors will be at all pools.) '
SALES REPRESENTATIVE VAIITED
j United States Manufacturer of Plumbing Brass Goods
an Accessories requires experienced representation' on a
commission basis. We have a full line of Cast .and
. Tubular Brass Plumbing Fixture, plus Gate Globe and
Swinr Check Valves. State actual territory covered and
experience. Writ, to: pQWERS
: 345 Madison Avenue Dept. RF)
New York 17. N., Y. (U.S.A.)
see how easily b Economically
,you can -equip
your car, ,
with a new set of
. TIRES ; N
Proved on the Speedicay.
for your protection on the roadway 1
4 THE TIRR WITH THE BUILT IN PEACE OF MIND
Navy Harbor Defense Unit bo w-
Ih tn C. Comoany. im p a m c
troup, 20th Infantry, m Monday
ight's first game in thenArmy
itlantic -Company evel Basket-
all Tourney; wnue an uuswyF--le
USARCARIB1 School quintet pit
d up a safe 26 poinu .raaiB v'
r.i-v.. tv,.! 7n tn 44 win over
Battery, 764tn aa.o'."
r v. .t oom nf the twin
iU on Othe-Fort DisojirtyNaf
y gwrd dave PtloJalhed
points on seven flew, ipais
Lne free throw to lead his squad s
icoring efforts, y company
y guard Jerry Roberts piled up
4 points fronvthe. floor to nullify
kik mfnr'mp advantage.
Eu ".. ffuard George
fiixoW.! point.effort, wade the
jiifference as tne liuan.uy s-
r, a wniia Minns racked
Pie A0l"?i w h u team's
scoring wnua aonn tu' y y-klSARCARIB
klSARCARIB y-klSARCARIB School, being c o n-
lery s piy Vl- lltoh
eame, managea io y j"v,r"
'Mvers also received the specia
'attention of two opposing guards
i j ii;t.j in in nnints.i-
i This overguarding of oster and
Myers by A' Battery uncovered a
new scoring inreav ior
Ariri Nnpi Hansen.
Lhn drnnned 17 points through
Ithe USARCARIB S c h o o 1 Ray
ti.c .ivth rnnsprilTlve Kaiuc
I without missing a minute 01 play-
tag. vct f.
Ths box scores) ', ,
First Can." (HDU C Company)
u..... u..k.w riafania Unit
' i a t,t
Wheaton, f ,v
Kemp, c v
Vanlet g l l-Totals
C Company, 1st Battle Group
a,.;-, : .ctp
Reeves, I, 2 0'4
Stormei, f ,'. .. t 2 8
Rrpsnick. f 1
'Crumpton, g ;
4 1 t
7 0 14
5. 1 12
0 0 0
-tn 32 at the half and had a 45 to
,21 5 47
Totals t i
I Battery, 764th AAA Battalion
Marcy, c -,
i 6 6 IS
4 2 10
ii''. t3l '0 2
0 0 0
(A Btry.USARCARIB School)
Lauber. f j
29 advantage by the end of
third nrind With a Smashinf
nniiU. frvnrth nimrtr thf Blllldoes
raced away to their easy 67 to 40
victory; and the, Interscholastic
Championship, ; s .?
: flnlv TTHHi ; Pabon. 'with '10
points, was able to come close to
cnlvintr tho Rulldnps defense and
this he could do In only the first,
half .when the Tiger inarp-inori
er icorea au.';; ,,.(
Balboa plays Albrook' fonoahf
Thii nw ln(rrhnlf iP basket
baft champions will meet Albrook
Air! .routes .case at, mc jjaiuu
ffvm' tnniohf at. T n'rlncW in tune-
up contest for theSJr. College All
. Canal Zone invitational tourna-
ic i d ii merit. nnn In Ralhna on Mav 22nd
ana runs tor mree aays. wun me
Krhnnl -title now tirmlV lUCKea
away,, Balboa ... High, has set their
Signts on ine invitauoiiai uiuiiie;
and tonieht's same should give
the Pacific Side fans a good idea
of how their young charges will
fare against more exper lenc yi
competition. Game time is 7 p.m.
Cristobal High and Canal Zone
ir. Tnllose wind un the interschol
astic season at Bainoa tomorrow
nitrht at I o'clock. A nreliminarv
game featuring the Jr. Varsity of
Cristobal and college wm Degin
' 5 0 10
' 7 3 17
12 8 32
1 1 3
, 0 1 1
28 J14 70
- .. CAM BOA .
. Tho-fijimhoa Gun Club is hold
inc "warm uo"-Shoot for all Ca
nal Zone Shooters who want to bm,
her nn their scatter guns and
oharnpn un their evs in time to
win those- valuable prizes at ) the
coming state anoot.
The first "bird" will set sail at
10:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 18,
1958 at the uamooa fcKeei ana
Trap Rage, and as .nany more
will hit the oust as you r enmu enmu-cinst.ii
cinst.ii enmu-cinst.ii shooters" will care to
Tho nrnfram for the dav will be
a ir vnrrt a handicac and'a dou
bles shoot, but anything else you
"shooters" may tmnK up wm go,
so will be seeing you thig coming
Sunday at 10:uo. a.m. a vjamooa
, '' -' " '".. .:',''.
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! 1 a
-a :' 1
. ..I aW..I ,., 1
The Box Score:
14' 12-12 40
Ft Fs Pf Tp
9 2 1 20
6atun Pool To Be
Closed For Repairs
Tt.a notim- Pool will hp closed
'or renalr and cleaning from May
19, 10:00 a.m. to May 23, 1 9 5
MACDONALD A MUIR LIMITED, OUtillara, Laith, Scotlaa4
2GS0 up to thi minuti resxt
Seasibli Ratit Include
Television I Air Confiiionir.f
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If sweet soft drinks leave you thirsty,
Switch to THIRST-QUENCHING SQUIRT!
THIR$T-QfjENCHING SQUIRT is available in Panama. THlRST-QUENCHiNG
SQUIRT ii most satisfying because THIRST-QUENCHING SQUIRT Is mad from
pure fruit ulc. THIRST-QUENCHING SQUIRT refreshes at you drink. Tho feeling
of refreshment stays. THIRST-QUENCHING SQUIRTmlxei well with anything, it is
the ideal mixer to go with your fovorite Rum, Gin, ttc. Loo'k for the green bottle
tl fresh THIRST-QUEhTCHING SQUIRT now sold in Ponama at popular prices.
Drink THIRST-QUENCHING SQUIRT
Ti:S PANAMA AMERICAN AN INBITEXEEXT DAILY KETrrPAfES v
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
TH'S C.'ACE 13 r: CALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0743
y. i r cy
We will buy your car and pay
cash. No wtitinf no red tape.
Any year make and model. Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Motors at Tivotl Crossing
Tel. 2-4222 2-4224.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 4 door
V-8. $1700. Call 83-6247 arter
4 p.m. '-
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile, Super
V8S" "Holiday Coupe" late
1954 model. Radio and heater,
new white wall tires. Leather
trimmed upholstery, turquiose
blue body, black top. Excellent
condition., original : owner. Call
Ft.- Clayton, 17-31 84.
FOR SALE i 954- Mercury
Custom, 1 hard top, wsw, radio,
Merc-O-Matic, good condition.
Phone Balboa 2-3676.
FOR SALE: 1952 Windsor
DeLuxe. Phone 3-1386, Cristo Cristo-.
. Cristo-. bal.
FOR SALE: 1941 Ford1 in good
condition, very cheap. 8th street,
house 2203, Rio Abajo.
FOR 1 SALE: Ford 1956 four
doors, power, steering, hydro hydro-matic
matic hydro-matic transmission, radio, w
iw, two tone, green heater,'
Defrosters, best offered, leaving
country soon. Contact: Major -Luis
G6mei-Cornio BOQ 19
Alhreoic Apt. 8 Phs. 3133
Must Sills 9 rv'ienger coun country
try country sedan station wagon. New
motor, and guaranteed A-1 con condition,
dition, condition, Duty paid $875.00. Call
' FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Tudor
, sedan, 1950 Chevrolet Tudor
': sedan. Both clean, good condi condi-i
i condi-i tion. Phone Balboa 3263.
FOR SALE:-1951 Hudson good
condition, new tires, leaving, -f
first good offer takes it. Call
Rodman 3434. i
. FOR SALE Pick-up truck, Vi
; ton. Perfect condition. 1 947
I JBuick with T good tires, clean ',,
, ihapo. House 754-B Balboa
IT HAY D-G
If life'snot worth' living ;
it may b your liver I
. It's a fact It takes up to two pinti
of liver bile a day to keep youi
digestive tractintopshape 1 If youi
liver bile is not flowing freely your
food may not digest7. . gas bloats
up your stomach , you feel con
stipated and all the fun and sparkle
Young lady needed for permanent job as Secre Secre-;
; Secre-; tary. Must have minimum of J yeart experience.
Write and speak English and Spanish correctly.
Shorthand and good composition. Come write giv
ing references. All information received will be kept
, THE PANAMA AMERICAN '
, 13-37 "H" Street Department "A"
f i. Box 134. Panama, Rep. of Panama
PANAMA STORE COLON STORE
' Auto Row No. 27-29
... .w . w - a - li li nil
EL TAMBOR: 15th
, FOR RENT: Modern' one bed
room apartment s with stove.
kitchen, hot water, air condition
. ed. Campo Aleqre Tel, 6 p.m.
to 7 .m. 3-7192. C
FOR RENT: One bedroom, fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished apartment.
JsTo. 1 0 El Coco. Phone Panama
FOR RENT: Small furnished
. apartment or room. Clean and
independent. Beautiful location.
43rd Street No. 13.
FCR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished wonderfull and cool
apartment, with all conveniences
and. comodities, one bedroom,,
living-diningroom, porch, garage,
etc, $130.00. 95th street No.
47 San Francisco.
FOR RENT.- In El Cangrajo,
two bedroom apartment with
dining, livingroom, large kitchen, v
, laundry, maid's room, all screen-.
ed. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT: Well located of office
fice office space, across from Lux
Theatre. Apply: Maduro, Moses;
fr Rimmington. Telephone 3
FOR RENT:-Small office space
with store room. Call Tel. 3 3-;
; 3-; 7434 from. 5.C0 p.m. W 6.00
p.m. .' '
GROSSINGER. N.Y. (UP)
Vince -Martinez has stepped up
his nreDarations lor 1iis wcltor
weight title tjout With Virgil
AKins at St. louis June b. ipo
Paterson, N.J.,- boxer s p a r r e d
three rounds with Ike Jenkins
and went another three rounds
with Red Haines Tuesday.
ENGLISH BOOTERS ON WAY
; NEW YORK (UP)- The Man.
Chester City team of the English
Soccer "1 League's First; Divison
i will arrive here Thursday aboart
I the S.S. Mauretania for a nine-
game .tour flf the United States
land Canada, The team will open
its tour' at, Philadelphia Sunday.
go out of life. That's when you
, need mild gentle Carter's Little
Liver Pills. These famous vege vegetable
table vegetable pills help stimulate the flow
of liver bile. Soon, your digestion
starts functioning properly and
you jfeel that happy days are hero
again 1 Don't ever stay sunk. -Always
keep Carter's Little Liyer
Pills on band. Ask your droggut
NEW NOT SECONDS ;
FOR 12 MONTHS
Factory List 1
' without T
12th St. and Amador
i i li i i am "' i,
" k Tel. 1087-L
St. East Tel. 2-1444
K5A77.r?0!!?.137SlSNl1 or nv
miyiiw'.im bu-bci nm m m AKm
tbe Bella Vlrte Tbt ml ON: Central Avenge IllM TeL 43t
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach In the Re Re-'
' Re-' public with all kinds of como-'
dities, open day and night. The
new management is at your serv services..
FOSTER'S CoHages end Large;
Beach House. One mile past the -Casino.
Phone Balboa, 1866. V
PHILLIPS Occansido Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.'
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homev
, on' beach. Phone Thompson,
Balboa 1772. I
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Claro Beach.' Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOR RENT: At 50th street No.
25, 2 bedroom bouse furnished,
, exclusive neighborhood. Six
months or permanent occupancy.
$140.00. Information at Cuba
Ave.' No. 25-43. Phone 2- ;
FOR RENT Beautifully fur fur-niihed
niihed fur-niihed housekeeping room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove,
, bath, and entrance independent.
. No. 3(i52nd Street. Phone 3 3-0638.
0638. 3-0638. ,
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
i -.i I mini. from, the heart' of v
h, San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern conveniences In
-. Sintee end Biincalows. all with
private- bath. Hoi and cold water
, Price: S6 and $8 daily, v
i'-v' $ t. .. ..
CosaaorJolltan kitchen r '
. !. ; Horse riding. .:.:., -i-, :,
For reservations P. O.
Manager BUI and Elenor Jaspers
,T r a n s i s t o r
Temperature of the sun
155 Central Ave.
- y Oeneral Agent 1
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,.'
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
. Model V4..
With F 1.2 Lens
Panami N. Tork C0I60
' 1 TV SERVICE
What's Your TV Problem?
( UALITY PARTS
Special Halt Price on transporta transportation
tion transportation U.S. trained technician.
.Tlvoll Ave. No. 18 20 '
' Tfl. 1 1M5
shah Leaves Karachi
KARACHI, Pakistan (UP) -Shah.
Iran left by plane yesterday for a
stale visa to Formosa. The Shah
arrived here i Monday. Fr o m
Formosa, ne' will go to Japan
and then to the United States,
Gnm ab Atm orrtCFS at m-st
- 4h .r Joi, a J st Lewis
HOUSEHOLD CXCHANGK-J r. i,
Al IA 81 BATURBO rmrmrr LatavM 1
Home Articles f
FOR SALE: Mahogany China
closet and buffet made by P. C.
Wookworking Shop, $135.00.
' Coffee table, maple chair, plat platform
form platform tocker. Balboa 2-1684.
FOR SALE: Twin beds, double
bed,' chest of drawers, porch,
furniture glass top tables. Vene Venetian
tian Venetian blinds. Call Panama 3 3-3347,
3347, 3-3347, FOR- SALE: At bargain price,
because 'of emergency. Sofa and
three armchairs of genuine Eng English'
lish' English' leather, suitable for office.
For information inquire at Pub Pub-i
i Pub-i lie Service Garage, Chorrillo,
fourth intersection to the left.
Building No. 30-32. Ask for
Gabriel Isaxa workshop.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, like hew., Was $325,'
now $175.00. Telephone Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 83-6148.
fOR SALE Bedroom set, 4 I
trand Japaneese Rattan, stove,
- refrigerator:, and many other
items. Available Juno 1st. Phono
Corosal 2233.. 1
FOR SALE: Kenmore auto
matic washer, perfect condition.
'FOR SALE: Twin tnahogany
beds,: twin youth beds, sewing
machine- "New Home", two
girls' bicycles, miscellaneous
household-articles. House 0922,
Amador Road, Balboa. .
FOR SALE: Lasting only 3
days., Magic Chef gat stove,. 4
" ', burners and other fwmiturt.
' Phone 1191, Colon.
FOR SALE: Diningroom table
with chairs, wardrobe, corner
, table (mahogany) living : set,
armchairs, mirror. Tel. 3-4501'.
FOR SALE: Daveno bed, club
' chair, Joungo chair, ottoman,
pillows, end tables small desk,
- good condition. Radio servicing
and photographic s equipments.
Phone '4-286. Nous 115-B
f FOR, SALE Modern mahogany
bedroom set; Hot Point ref rigs'
- rator, English boy's bicycle, Rat Rattan
tan Rattan .dinette table and 4 chain,'
rest of tables, China' dinner dinner-service
service dinner-service for 12, odd household
, hems.1 Call Panama 2-2126 or
- Spanish course ; for English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking people at University of.
Panama from May 19 to July J.
Classes in the morning and even- :
fag on Monday, .Wednesday,
Thursday, at follows: MORNING
STUDENTS) Beginner at 8:30;
"Intermediate: 9:30; Advanced
EYENIN6 STUDENTS: Beginner
. at 6; Advanced; 7. Registration
Colon Co-Op Group
To Sponsor Bridge
; iW Colon Consumers Cooper
ative now being organized will
sponsor an open bridge torunament
on Sunday at the Camara. Junior's
ball in Colon.
Progressive ?. apirs contract
bridge will be played beginning
at 2 p.m. and partenerships may
be arranged as aesirea.
Three pairs' of prizes,"donated
by several commercial establish,
ments. will be awarded. This ven.
ture is part of a fund raising drive
to secure the cost of organizational
expenses.- -. t
' Much Interest is already being
shown by bothe Pacific and Atlan.
tic players in view of the many
phone calls received and advance
For further Information contact
Clifford (Bolt or Prichard Aubert,
Panama; V. t. Stevens or neggie
Callender, Paraiso; Luctous Kniglil
or Roy "Cooper; Gamboa; and J.
O. Campbell, toion.
At Cristobal SDA
A series of evangelistic 'meet
ines will be held at the Cristobal
Seventh Day Adventist Church
ginning on bunday.
Elder G. A. -Jeffries, a pastor
evangelist with many years of
experience will; deliver messages
based on the word of God.1 The
topics for the first week are:
veung in outer bpace, wnere
Did The Devil Come From?" and
"Unto You a Saviour is Born."
Meetings will be held three night
a week! Sunday,. Tuesday
Wednesday. Recorded sacred
sic and songs by the choir
arid to thp mectincs. .'. s
ThfJ public is invited.'
-it rm. rvM- i.nwuti. rr.raDo-r strict pJ!is
smvicwve. nvoit No. farmacia issiados unidch Cnjyl Ave
I. Om Ave. Ne. 41 rOTO IOMY-J.io AreMmn. Av .nd J3 1 fMJV'
tm a r ARMACLA -SA Vl rorrv
FOR SALE. 2 horses with ad ad--
- ad-- dies and bridles $90.00. Alia 2
stalls at Curundu stables $20.00
TROPELCO S. A. F v
Has ust received a complete
assortment of Gibson Air condi conditioners.
tioners. conditioners. Come look and compare.
FOR SALE : Off ice .desks and
chairs, drafting tables calculator
and other office equipment. Tel.
FOR SALE: 1 Small Klein Up Upright
right Upright piano $175.00 House
8 1 75-A, Margarita C. Z.
RAFAEL RX)CHA SCHLOSS (left), ambassador of Colombia to.
Panama, receives the : crest, which makes him am honorary
graduate of the .U.S. Army Caribbean : School front Colonel
Glnes Perez,, Commandant of the Fort Gulick School. Rocha
Schloss received- this award when ha.!5ceccyitly visited, with thq
'Colomblan students now attending courses of Instruction at
the school. (U.S. Army Photo) u' ,r
NY Pianist Please
i Isthmian musiclovers beard : an
unusually fine violin and piano con.
cert last ', night at the National
A Voung Israeli violinist, Ramy
Shevelov, and a New York: pian.
'Howard Lebow. who is a gra
duate of the Julliard School of
Music. presented selections Irom
iBdch, Liszt, and Kreisler. .
However; me worKs ot two new
composers from Israel brought ex-
cited comment from the audience.
One, a violin Sonata by P. -Ben.
Haim, represented a simple pas.
toral motif, which contrasted .shrp.
ly with the Hebrew Melody writ
ten by J. Achron.
Violinist -Shevelov "was -; being
sponsored by... the Israel govern government;
ment; government; on a good-will tour which
includes six other Latin American
Lebow joined the artist In Puer.
Concert Of Sacred
Music To Be Heard
At Saint Paul's
Arrangements have been com
pleted by the St. Paul's C h o
Guild for the presentation of VMu
sic of Praise", next Sunday
This program of sacred music
will, feature Robert Schultz.r bar.
tione, Mrs. Carol Webster and Miss
Myrtle Green. i t
' Organ selections will be played
bv Mrs. Emelina Hurley and Miss
Leonora Spooner, assistant organ
ist of the church.
The concert. will get underway
at :330 p.m. and ; admission c
be by programs which can be
tained from the -members of the
choir or purchased at the vestry.
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u.w-u 'lii. :
uKKume in.' uutn young: men nave
given concerts 'together in New
Many diplomats were "among the
audience last, night,, including the
cnusn AmDassador and Lady Hen
derson, and Mr. and Mrs. George
Edman of the U.S. Embassy as
well as the Panama Consul of Is
rael ana Mrs. Aron Eisen.
, The concert here was under
patronage of the Department
Fine Arts in Panama and the
nistry of Education.
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To 7-3 Victory
NEW YORK, May 15 (UP) -Duke
Carmel. a ynune. hard
hitting outfielder -destined for
stardom with the St. Louis Card Cardinals,
inals, Cardinals, is making an auspicious de debut
but debut in the Internationa League.
The six-foot, three inch 200 -1
pounder, recently a c q u i red
by Rochester, hit his third homer
in five days to lead the Red Wings
to a 7-3 victory at Buffalo last
night, Carmel hit his fourth in
ning blast with one man on to put
Rochester ahead at that point.
Gene Oliver, another 21-year-old
rookiej also connected for a twoj
run homer for, the winners.
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The victory," which went to fresh
man sensation Joe McClain, boost boosted
ed boosted the Red Wings back into first
place. McClain, who is used as a
starter and a reliever, now has a
In other games Wednesday night
Toronto knocked Montreal out icf
first place, 6-1, behind the seven-
nu pirxning oi rat &caniicDury;
Columbus edged Havana. 4-2. to
give Whammy Douglas his fourth
triumph itv six decisions, and the
game between Richomond and
Miami at Miami was postponed
Dy rain. N
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Today's XV Program
3:09 CfN NEWS
3:15 Dinah Shore
3:30 College Newi ConerAica
4:00 Medical Horizoni
4.30 Golf Show
5 30 PANORAMA
7:00 Red Skelton
1:30 64.000 Challenge
I 00 Spike Jonea .
1:30 Decemlr Brldo
I 00 Tennessee Ernie Ford.
I 30 Meet McGraw
(:00 To Tell Tho Truth
):30 Bl( Story
I 00 CFN NEWS
1:30 Encore: Pat Boone
Our Mia Brooka. :
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Decline Is Slower, But...
US Recession Continues Downward
Ike Summons Economic Brains Trust
WASHINGTON, "May Eisenhower, mindful that the recession
continues downward, called in his economic high command today for a new report on
business conditions and a discussion of impending tax recommendations.
The President set up a conference with his ke economic advisers as new Federal
reports and expert evaluations showed that while the economic decline was moving
downward at an appreciably slower1 rate,,; the so-called bottom had yeMo be reached.
' The meeting with Eisenhower included Secretary of the Treasury Robert B. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, chairman William McC; Martin Jr. of the Federal Reserve Board; chairman Ray Ray-mond
mond Ray-mond J. Saulnier of the Council of Economic Advisers, and Dr.. Gabriel Hauge, the Pres
ident's economic assistant. ,'
As these officials,; who man s Eisenhower's economic listening posts, gathered for
a re-assessment of conditions, the Federal Reserve Board reported April Industrial pro production
duction production down again to the lowest point since October, 1954. ;
Fsrlier this week, the 't Com ernment spending rose by 500 1
merce Department said the. na. miUion dollars in the first quay j
tion's output of goods and semester to an annual rate of $87,500,
eTthe Gross National Product-) OOP .000.
drooped in the first quarter low,' Farm income rose to an annual
er Tan estimates, of only a few rate of $12,800 000 000 after hold
M. S. Siymcxak, V a member
of th Federal Reserve Board
of oovornors, In Chicago spoke
today of the "pr""- ?WT
swinj" of the economy, although
: Administration spokesmen in ro.
ent days havo accented signs
f improvement In the, oeono.
my, such as the April increase
r in now housing starts.
, One -of the governments top
ut. Raid the process ot
economic contractions was iU
in motion but at a slower. ,rate
than a month ago. He did not exT
pect the decline to hit bottom fori
anntner du aays.
, Ja -lil:,: nnJ
i ine nauou "-v?
and services declined to an annual
rate of 422
first quarter; of 1958, the Coin-j
merce Department, reportea. !107i2 per cent of the 1953 base
. This was a drop of m per cenVi AU comDonents of the in-
from the rate for tne nnai quar-.r
dollars registered in me jui y.
fieptemDer quarter oi iwi. t v
A. Tho report confirmed earlier
Indications tho current recession
was tho deepest of tho t h r o o
! slumps since World War 11.
'Tho other recessions wore in
M and 1953-54.
' Martin told a Senate subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee : there were "hopeful" signs
in the ecocomy but refused to pre.
diet the. recession would end, soon.
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either over-optimism or over-pes
nt.rt" h. ;nJrt Martin cairi th
we-musi oe careiui iu avinu
economy couiu.enjuy a suuua i
tial-sipring" ap.urt if recent slight
-The report spotlighted two on
Um stie factors: ;
uraisui. jatiuio. -.
jfeaerai, siaie, ana iocai : gov.
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This weather report for the 21
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
, Balboa Cristobal
High 92 85
,Low 74 ,76
High 94 91
" Low 65 r 84
(max. mph) NW-18 SE-18
RAIN (inches) .43 .42
WATER TEMP: 1
- (inner harbors) 82 85
, FRIDAY, MAY 16
,8:13 a.m. . P.-n.
,2:24 .p.m. ) v 8:50 p.m.
1 f UC.
US Cost Of Living Rose In April
To 24th Consecutive Alltime High
kv.v! YORK ftJPI The cost of
living rose 0.4 per cent in April
to tne 24th consecutive monthly
atime high,, with food ; prices
pacing the increase, the National
industrial Conference- Board re
The-board said consumer prices
hi AprU were 3.Z per cent mgner
voar ,srt wlth food costs
pe? cent above those of April,
v aU.ite index rose to
t 107.2 per' cent of the
1953 base period. AU component.
Bolivia Under Stale
31 S5ie As Rebels
Grab Stale Capital
,f -ft w ? i -a-' t. 1 if 1 h ; v-:' -j; i:
LA PAZ, May 15 (UP)-. The
government clamped a state oi
lege'Son i the i country tad orterea
troops into the eastern plains to
Uav n,HPa w th a Red aioea
-j .,,- ,nliitinn'
The Vebel plaS was .aid to have
called for .tne """
ur tn vi Pros dent Richard M
-r- .f h. ,..t
The Interior Ministry, announce
A that the rebels, lea DV cum
innuta riehtwine nationalistics,
have seized the provincial capnai
of Santa Cm; the nearby villag.
es of Valllegrande and umarapa
and the ou town ot unoreu, some
60 miles to the soutn.
RehP who attemmea yesier
Aav tn seize Camiro. another Oil
town in the area, were driven
off by oil field workers the minis ministry
try ministry communique said. Ope worker
was killed at uamiri me ,omy iai.
ality reported so far in ine rev-
! r .. i-.,. .; i. J,-vi.-n. hi Y
A mimhpr of Dersons. including
three small boys, were;' injured
when three Marges ot ., aynamne
were set off here at l p.m. yester
. htdvpi irv roli ITP Ci.
TER Laboratories' yesterday an
nounced acquisition of Hoiuster.
Stier Laboratories. Inc. and. Hoi-
''stpr-Stier Laboratones Co. ? oti
Rnnirano Wah fnr an lmHisrlnspd
amount o Cutter common stock,
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PRICES: .75 .40
3:15, 5:10, 7:05, :00 p.n.
The 24 Shell-Shattered
Handful OI Heroes
An Armored Army
With Their flesh,
( Their fury
And Their Plashing
1 I COM
The reoort noted a 3 billion tlol,
lar decline in fixed invesmtnt, or
about 6 per cent, reflrecting cut-1
backs in business spending for.
new 'factories ana production e-'v
of the index rose sharply from a
The board, one of the nation's
lareest non profit business re
search croups, said food prices
went up 1.1 per cent from March
to -April, with lower beef produc
tipn and a seasonal decline in pork
supplies resuiuog ui a neuy saiu
in, meat prices. 'y:i;':f xiv:;
Poultry prices also rose sharply
and fresh t fruits and vegetables
inched higher, but miiK, butter,
eggs and coffee prices declined.
Lower prices for new and used
cars offset higherppublic trans
cars offset higher public frans.
portation Index unchanged. Hous
fng costs also were steady, with
lower prices for furnishings otf.
seting higher prices for rent, gas
and nousenoid operation.
Some ICO Postal
Workers On Zone
May Gel Pay Raise
About 100 Canal Zone postal
emDloves stand to gain from a
postal pay raise bill which is
assured of Congressional ap
proval by early next week.
From Washington came word
that the compromise bill was
agreed upon late yesterday by
House and Senate conference
members, -and Includes In
creases averaging 10 'per cent,
retroactive to last Jan. l;
Primary significance of the
increase is that it is expeaea
to set the formula for general
Civil Service nav raises.
According to Rufus Lovelady,
president of Lodge 14 of the
American Federation of Gov Government
ernment Government Employes, the postal
pay increase Includes a 7' per percent
cent percent for pay grades seven and
Lovelady said pay legislation
for federal employes has' been
held up pending disposition of
the postal bill. The classified
pay bill would not be. called on
the House floor until the postal
legislation was out of the way,
President v Elsenhower has
threatened to veto any; postal
tjav mil r carrying; anything
higher than five-and-one-half
or six-percent increases for the
The bill, as approved by the
conference committee would
also raise first class-postage to
four cents, and would include
pay raises of $257,000,000
To Be Aired
HOG Your community NetJ
work has completed arrangements
to feature one of the most po
pular radio and TV shows now
presented In the United States, i
beginning Saturday irom ivm
I to 8 p.m., and continuing every
Saturday ntgnt tnereatter, "xne
Big Record which originates in
New York and starts ratu rage,
will be heard on 840 kcs. in Pa,
nama and 1090 in Colon.
"The Big Record": features the
great names in the record indus
try. 'who appear on each weekly
I program in person doing the hits
for which they have become fa-
vontes. Performers from all areas
of the entertainment field are pre.
sented in musical numbers from
the Broadway stage and motion
pictures, from juke boxes, and ca.
tegories ot music in ail its forms.
Pattt page, central figure on
this show, is ranked as one of the
ton-selling female recordinr artists
of today and "att" time with her
record sales topping 1 35,000,000.
Possessor of nine gold records, re.
presenting sales of more than a
million each, the glamorous Miss
Page was tne logical choice to
Ike To Meet Integrafion
Crises As They Gome Up
By JAMES F. DONOVAN
WASHINGTON (UP) President
Eisenhower said yesterday hisFaubus to see -that the court
actions in any future school inte.
gration crisis on the Little Rock
pattern would depend upon the
exact circumstances. r
He a'so said he had no inten
tion of setting up a "gestapo" to
snoop around and see if Virgin Virginians
ians Virginians plan to obey recent court
decisions ordering integration of
some of that state's schools. :
The President's remarks were
prompted by a reporter at his
news conference, who asked if Ei.
senhower intended to follow "the
Little Rock pattern" of other
southern communities where
school integration may prove dif
ficult. -. ' ..-.'"r.
- Ike Shows Irritation
Obviously irritated, the Pres. Pres.-dent
dent Pres.-dent asked the reporter -sharply
what she meant by the "Little
Rock pattern". The newswoman
v.tm afarrA1 in fnrlih0 in
federal troops to enforce court-
n,H,raj .Pi.nn iteration. !.
cn-akin,, rapidly and with some
-t t.h Prpsident said he did
j Infn Tittla Dnnlr t'
Ark., last September merely be-
cause there was opposition to
He said the proDiem wa "moo
Joan Dimpfl, Don Rande! Top Honor Grad List
Joan Dimofl ; and Don Rafael
reived the Outstanding Graduate
Awards of Balboa High School
yesterday at Jhe -annual." Awards
Day Assembly in the, high school
Awards of varying categories for
nhniastie and extra curricular a-
.hievtnents were made at the
annual exercise in wmcn me eu-
tire student Doay par.iwpa.es, xc
awards were announced and made
by Daniel A. Pagenta, wmmauui!
of the American Legion Post l.
The complete list ct awerus
nniinied for the school year end
ing next month follows:
Joan Dimpfl was named the
) mitatanrtlns cirl graduate and
Don Randel the outstanding, boy
Paoenta announced that Paul
Bennett, Don Ryter, Mary Hebert
and Sue Mable were selected sec second'
ond' second' and .third outstanding 0 e y
.Tnan nimwfl was named the
Method Tanlrinir tfraduate by Prin-
CipaL Tneo. now. w. xv.
nart represenung me diuu.uiuuf
Club' presented Joan with a schol scholarship
arship scholarship valued at' $750. 1
tVMar Herr nn behalf of Elks
iHp' 141. 1 presented Rochelle
Head a scholarship to the Canal
Zone Junior College. ;
v S1S00 Scholarship
Sue Mable received the $1500
EElks Scholarship. Harold j tier.
ten presented the award to ner.
Raul Barbara was named the
most outstanding senior athlete
and received 1 plaque from Ziet
- All "A"i I
Principal Hotz cited ten t u-
aeniS ior aving avuuiaisiuf n
nnalitv. Those maklnr an f'A'
grade in all subjects for the past
year are: Barbara isarueu, itum
Bennett, Susan- Davis, Jo-And
Fields. Kay Flowers, Vicki Hill,
Naomi Litvin, Susan Lively,
Charles Nickerson and Grace Vale.
This is the largest number ev ev-er
er ev-er to attain this scholarship stand,
mg in BHS. The previous high
was four students. ?
Cadet Lt. Col. Judson Grubbs
received .the Reserve Officers' As Association
sociation Association Award for.; excellence
in military .science and, tactics.
Lt. Col.1 John E. Darning present presented
ed presented the medal signifying the a a-ward.
ward. a-ward. ' i
Math Conttst Award
Mrs. Nancy Schrag presented
Don Randel with a certificate for
ha vine made the highest score In
Balboa High School in 1 the con
Bora Clara Ann Fowler in Clare Clare-more.
more. Clare-more. Okla.. a town of 4,000 which
also produced Will Rogers and ma.
ny more Fowlers, it is sometimes
said that Patus iuu, resonant
voice is a result of having to com
nete vocally with seven other sist.
ers and three brothers. In fact,
she did her first singing along
with her sisters in a Tulsa churcn
choir, although her natural inch-
nation was towards art, at which
she excelled so -much that she
won a national award from Scho.
lastic Magazine and an art degree
from Tulsa University. .
Now known as "The Singing
Rage"-, Patti's first recording were
good, but failed to create any un undue
due undue excitement. It wasn't uniil ner
13th release that she came up
with her first hit.. The song was
"Confess." Since then, patti jui
oeen rccorcung one mi anc u
' Married to Charles O'Curran on
Dee. 28. 1958. the couple have
homes both in New York and Hol-
lywwod. He is dance director, cur
rently wi'h Hal Wallis at Para
inter.'erence" with the execution
of a Federal Court order and a
Hat refusal by Gov. OrVal E.
oraer was oDeyeo. r
The President said what he did
in any future case would depend
upon the exact circumstances.
But he added that he deplored
"the need or use of troops any anywhere
where anywhere to get American citizens
to obey the orders of constituted
courts." v 't
' Desegregation By Fall
; Federal judges in Virginia this
week ordered desegregation In
September in schools in Charlot Charlottesville,
tesville, Charlottesville, Norfolk and Newport
News!, despite the state's policy
of "niassive resistance" to school
integration., : '. .- V
The state has a law which would
cut off state funds from any
school board that permits Inte Integration.;
gration.; Integration.; .'-' .;,):. ,;. -'"",' V'. v1
The President was asked a led-
ral oiit.horit.io wprA taking anV
steps, sucluas consulting w 1 1 h
state officials or civic leaders, to
"prevent another Little Rock" in
. Vi conVinuroV ron'iod that. tlK fan.
not start a "gestapo- and send
secret police snooping around the
siaie 10 una ouu u. me
nave any evii mienuous.
test sponsored by the Mathema.
tics Association of America.
Two Spanish awards were made.
Sheila Farbman earned 1 1 r s 1 1
place and Don Randel second
place in the Spanish speaking con. 1
test sponsored by the America-.
Legion. Department Vice -Com.
mander Robert Knox made the
Victor Avila, president of the
Pan-American Club of BHS, : pre
sented the first, year Spanish a a-ward
ward a-ward to Pat Voortmeyer. This
award is made to the first year
student who shows the greatest
proficiency in the use of the Span
ish language. -
The1 James Zetek Award for
the most outstanding senior science
student was presented ts Don
Randel by, the Reverend W. M
r Honorary Science Award
- Robert ; Si jorski received t h e
Bausch and Lomb Honorary Sci Science
ence Science Award from DeWitt E. My.
, Myers also presented 1 certifl certifl-cates
cates certifl-cates to the physics lab assist,
ants., Charles Womack received
these for the group.
David Browned received the
chemistry assistant awards on be behalf
half behalf of the- lab assistants from
W. E. Seaquist presented the
biology lab assistant awards 10
Mike Kelly who accepted in be
half of the recipients. ; ;
Time Magazine Award
Frank Miller received the Time
Magazine Awards for the second,
straight year. :
This award for excellence in
the study of current events was
presented by David Speir.
. Quill and Scroll and NSPA
C. R. VMosburgh and Mr. L.
D, Hummel presented Quill and
Scroll!,, membership td Caroline
Zirkman, Sue Mable, Raul Barba.
ra and Roger Toledano. -Other
members of the Parrakeet
and Zonian staffs received the
National Scholastic Press Associa.
tion's Star Award. Paal Bennett
and Janet Tribe accepted for tlie
journalists. :. j,
Business1 Staff Awards "i
David Eisenmann accepted a.
wards for. the. Parrakeet and Zo.
nian business staffs from Jacques
cook, pusiness dviser.i ? f j
' Photography ; i'Ai-i
C. A. Batalden presented iRoger
Toledano Tomas Ho and William
Sanders with certificates for their
activity. In the Photo Club and
tne school publications.
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2:43 4:30 6:43
BRILLIANT NARRATION OF AN AUTHENTIC
ri CHAPTER OF. THE WAR!
7 ) FILAED TOTALLY
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Producers of "THE
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Coffee Shop Bombed, But US Aid Offfers
Appeal To Be Stemming Lebanon Rebellion ;.
BEIRUT. Mav'lS (IIPl. Terrorists linmh.j ff .k oi...v 1 1
. 1 viitc Buof in uiimia main suure iuwj
In a new eruption of violence in the struggle to oust pro-Western President Camille Chamoifi
The Army immediately blocked oil the area. Unconfirmed reports said between 12 and 11
persons were killed, th gravest' of several sporadic clashes and bow-sings reported todav.
, Bu American offers of aid to Chamoun"s government appeared io have helped turn lh
tide of rebellion in favor of the pro-Western leader.
vs- Navy task force of 11 ships carrying 3600 Marines was racing toward Lebanon and
the Navy was flying in anti-riot equipment today or tomorrow to Chamoun's police forces
A Moscow radio broadcast heard in London charged the United States with "open inter interference"
ference" interference" in the Lebanese struggle. The broadcast, in Arabic, said Chamoun was "plannint to
use American weapons to fight the anti-imperialist popular movement"
u. s. amDassador Robert G.i
McClintock yesterday ; ordered
an American ship to proceed to
Tripoli to evacuate American na
tionals from the rebel-threaten
ed port. Tripoli, where the anti anti-Western
Western anti-Western riots flared last Friday,
is .40 miles north of Beirut
- McClintock urged the 53 A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans there to leave is
(soon'as the ship arrived.
Reports from Gibraltar, at the
other end of the Mediterranean,
said that a 12-shlp U. S. Navy
amphibious force sailed hurried hurriedly
ly hurriedly under' secret orders. Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, apparently to take up
ready positions off the Lebanese
Two amphibious force flag flagships
ships flagships carrying U.S. Marines each
led a squadron of attack trans
ports, landing ships and supply
vessels toward Lebanon, about
2H00 miles away.
Diplomatic sources ; regarded
The Jon Ebbs Awards for dra dramatic
matic dramatic humor was received by Da.
vid Eisenmann. It was presented
by Donald Musselman.
" Sousa Award -,-
Dpn Randel, for general excel excel-lence
lence excel-lence in music, received the John
Philip bousa Band Award. Victor
Herr presented the award on be behalf
half behalf of its soonsor, Elks 1414.
Mrs.' Connie Ball, Miss Pat A.
Lehman and David : Pettingill
made awards for activity in the
intramural program. Irma Arjo-
CZ Pushes Solulion
Of Hil-Run Dealh
Canal Zone Police said today
they were still pursuing their
investigation of a hit-iuid-run
case iu wnicn a Salvadorean
was kiued on ttvlaoden Koact la-st
A coroner's Inquest into the
death of tne victim, Asuncion
iiranclto Aa-vaio. 38. will oe
neid next week.
The unknown vehicle which
killed Arevalo apparently strad
died his body, : a preliminary
report by the police revealea.
Tiiey'said that Arevalo had ap apparently
parently apparently been lying .down on
tne road wnen ne was ku:ea. r
The Balboa Station Com Commander,
mander, Commander, Capt. Gaddis Wall,
said today police had thorougn
ly Investigated the movements
of the victim prior to the ac
cident at Chilibre.
"Much has been developed,"
he stated, "and the investiga
tion is being pursued with our
usual vigor." He said that de detectives
tectives detectives as well as traffic men
had been called io the scene of
He added that in past years
there had been several acci accidents
dents accidents of this type in that area
where victims were; apparently
hit while lying on the highway,
either asleep or Intoxicated.
Arevalo, was listed as a resi resident?
dent? resident? of House 49 In Buenos
Aires. The driver of a passen passenger:
ger: passenger: bus, coming by shortly af after,
ter, after, the midnight accident oc occurred
curred occurred notified police.! i v
Police reported that there
wfre no, skid-marks on the sur-
face of the highway, nor had
the body been dragged.
RED SnOES" and
TUS RIVER PLATE"
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the situation in TriDoll as ex-
Guards were reported leav-0
ing their posts around two A A-merican
merican A-merican schools, one for boys
and the other for girls, and an
American hospital, all run by
The area north and east of
Tripoli was last reported in an
ti-government hands. 1
The area is adjacent to the
frontier of Syria, part of Presi President
dent President Gamal Abdel Nasser's Unit United
ed United Arab Republic which Lebanon
formally accused of "massive In
terference in Lebanese affairs
The Lebanese cabinet met for
two hours yesterday but was re reported
ported reported still undecided on wheth whether
er whether to file acomDlaint against
the U.A.R.'in the United Nations
McClintock announced the de decision
cision decision to send aid to evacuate
At Balboa H:;h
na, high point maker in the cirls1
program received the awards for
the 10 leacuers. Charlotte Herr
accepteo tne awards; 00 behalf
01 me a j leaguers.
Carl Toothman accented the
boys' "A" leaeufi awards and tho
large numher of "B league a-
wards were accepted by Bob
KamDeau and Kichie Carroll.
Special Award k
; A sentimental touch was Inject,
ed inio the program with the ores.
entation by George Barbier and
anara XNelson oi a laree h a 11.
.quei' 01 nowers and neart-shaDcd
gold charm. This was given to
Mrs. Ernja Forbes retiring school
nurse, jyirs.. f ornes was visibly
uioeu Dy ine presentation.. She
said. "The flowers make me fpeJ
like a bride.", A respecli ully de.
hvered1 ovation fol.owed this pres.
entation, : ?
'." Induction ;of Clffieer i i
George Barbier, graduating: Stu.
dent Association president, admin,
istered the oath of office to in in-coming
coming in-coming officers Solly Toussleh,
presedent; Billy Archibald, vice
president; Catiiy Cox and Mary"
The program closed with the
traditional exit of the. seniors.
Bids On Painting,
US Rate Quarters
Open Untir May.21
Bids fofr the maintenance interior
paint work in, US-rate employe's
quarters in the Canal Zone for the
period of July '1, 1958, to June
30, 1959, are now being advertis.
ed by the Panama Canal Company.
The bids will be opened' May 21
at Balboa Heights.
The painting will be done during
the year's period as required and
will include walls, ceiling, floors,
hallways and .stairways.: j.rcf
The contract for i this type ; of
maintenance painting during 'the
past isix month period, extending
from Jan, 1 through June 30, Was
awarded in December to servicio
Brouwer and Guardia and 'Co. of
Panama.!1 The Brouwer company
was low i on two schedules with H
of "ers totaling $36,308 and Guardia
made a low bid of $11,113.44 on
a third schedule. -..''
1:15 3:45 6:14 8:45 p.m. ,;
The Most Modern and Comfort-,
able Movie-House In' Town!
Ticket, Office: 2-2560
"the i:zlbi Doncnn snr::r.
ft!::!DLTJf'ULI!El'"!.!l titrhc'-tr ;
Americans from Tripoli shortly
after four bombs were exploded
in Beirut, two of them near the
U.S. Embassy., ; ;; ; :,
The incidents, although re relatively
latively relatively minor in themselves,
again underlined the anti-
American tenor of the, riots
which have swent tiny Leban
on since last Friday. Riotlnr
mobs sacked and burned thr
U.S. Information Agency Lib Library
rary Library in Tripoli on Saturday t
and menaced other American-;
held nroperties. r f
: McClintock said h Mm f
police eauipment" would start!
bringing In supplies during the
next two days but did 'not say
where the shipments would ori-
femaie. '';, '-'-v .r;--7-.
The eaulDment TUBS IfTlAMfw A
include small arms, tear gas and
ammunition. - 1
tiebanon also required ;U.S. Ar-
.v M-i rmes but that the re request
quest request could not be met at the
A Slate Department spokes spokesman
man spokesman in Washington said the
eauipment wai part of a pro program
gram program under which the U.S. has
been training Lebanese police
since 1956 and providing "ner "ner-tain"
tain" "ner-tain" equipment for the Leb Lebanese
anese Lebanese police force. He said the
equipment included rifles, pis pistols,
tols, pistols, ammunition, tear gas and
other anti-riot weapons. ; ...v
1 ivigwinrocK S annntincomonf?
7rMJ "frt jWv. stepi by the
United state s to heir, ; the
staunchly prp-VVestern Lebanese
government to its struggle a4
gainst the rebels, :: v rf 1
'"We are.; determined ltd help'
ths government to maintain in4
ternal, security," McCUntoct
la Zia Will Wear
Klalilcl::b Sbviiig ;
NEW yc-RlC (UPA'ctresi Zs!
Zsa Gabor, wearing a' $28 woo
coat, left by plane ior Washington'
yesterday where she will ope
ari :ll.dayfJ. nightclub engagement
during which she said she expect
to see "all my friends" excep
Dominican Lt. t Gen. Rafael Tn
ji'lo, Jr. 1 A
, The silver haired actress, wh
will work with: comedian Joey Ar
ams, said she will open at tl
Cafe Paris tonight wea?
ing the $7,000, i $8,000, $9,000 f
$17,000 mink or chinchilla co'
given her by the son of the D
minican Republic strongman. J
."And I'm going to drive up I
a Mercedes Benz," she said, )
ferring to another git from t
generous general. "Why nof
didn't do anything wrong"
She said the sport car be g
her actually was In Califori
"But the company should g
me a Mercedes Benz in Washi
ton after all the publicity I
given them." ,
Trujillo, 29, married and the i
ther of six children, also receivi
a certain amount of publicity; H.
too' was- in Calio'mia in secluf
sion. He- was reported ready f
break camp at his rented $200,0.
Bel Air estate, I
' Miss Gabor refused befrF
boarding her plane at LaGuarci
Airport tor clear up the myster
the cost of the coat or the tyi
0! ;fur.; It originally was reportt
to be a $17,000 chinchil'a, but
Truiillo aide said it was a $9,0;
mink and Tru.ullo himself -said
cost between $7,000 and $8,000.
How did you
get in her,
, i baby?
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