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PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1938
'2 Ton Sputnik III Needed
No Monster Launching Rocket
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WASHINGTON, Mar 16 (UP) Top Defense Department officials threw cold water today on
f idea that Russia needed any new "monster rocket" or exotie fuel to launch its lVj-ton
X-atnik HI. "; ') t '
These officials conceded, however, that it mar be two .rears before the. United States can
tafford to divert rockets from its weapons program to boost into orbits "scientific satellites"
weighing- more than one ton. t
A military reconnaissance satellite regarded as more Important to defense will be at attempted
tempted attempted much sooner. While the development now is cloaked in secrecy, the Air Force Is ex expected
pected expected to attempt to put up a test version of its "spy-in-the-sky" satellite in a matter of months.
his satellite, dubbed "Pied Piper," could weigh, up to tons.
Z Doy Scouts
Get Cycle Test
i j;"i'iie Canal Wk'! iept-
"ASBisW-Jiice by" toe ;iue qivi-
'Wiii oe 4iHiiiy uittWiiiK fuwe
h aieas,':;! '?.?,"''"'".'''':.
V 1 nei e Scouts of the Canal
vzone council will regisier, in in-;
; in-; Peci and fasten reiwctor tP
;pdw oicycles of 'Canai: ou
iii m aiemoranaura to sta-ion
"coivimanuei uuouku xhe wis wis-ti'wsfc
ti'wsfc wis-ti'wsfc enieiSr, i'iie iviaishat w. u.
't)Wri oiaered the; opening -.pi
tne suuions ior tne mspecuoia
- program from the, hours of 9
am 'to- 12 noon on tomorrow
Mayvj7,(24 and.31,- wlth-a ,re-
: ouest to assist-, the scouts- in
every way uiey coula wiinout
' Wcerfering i ita the ; operations
" 01 .-the static 'i",,1:
' A -special1 i ilrned .bicycle
'.' js.ornr.n ad, v regisifn
Vtiua si;'.. i-s used for not noting
ing noting such tlwigs. as owners name
I feed- address, make,' model ana
coior of the bicycle and conai conai-tioj
tioj conai-tioj of ". tires, brakes, wheels,
peuals,, frames and handlebars.
...".there is section noting
itrie presence and condition of
either a horn or bell, which
safety experts regard as a
.necessary item: for afe ridr,
fire stations cooperating
In" -the program and the scout
" units inspecting at each station
on1 Saturday mornings for the
next three weeks are:
Balboa Fire Station Post 8,
Ancon, "- j. -
Gamboa Fire Station Ship
Kohbe Fire Station' Post
: IB. Ft. Kobbe.
Rodman Fire Station Troop
18 j Cocoll.
" TInildmi 0910. Boy Scout
Shack, Amador Road, Balboa
Troon 29. Balboa. r
- Buildlntf 821, Boy Scout Build
ing; cumndu Road, Curundu
'Building 155, -Mulr Ave., .Fort
Clpj'ton Post ,17, Fort ciay
ocoli Elementary School, Co-r
- colL Troop 13, Cocoll.'
- ..Cristobal Fire Station Ship
j 0, Cristobal.
Margarita Fire Station post
' patun Fire Station Post
12. Gatun. i l,
" Coco. Solito Fire Station -i
. Shin 9, Cristobal.
-?ld Officers' Club, Coco Solo
--. ship 9 Cristobal.
"!"P. Company.. Motor Pool
,'-. Fort Gttlick C.Z. Trobp
i-Bnlldln 282, oonosle ; Post
' Exchangp Gas i Station, : Fort
' Das Post 12, Gatun.
A:;;::: ; Scorers
i A' ; :.-, .' '.';
. Don Randel outstanding boy
" graduate of. the Balboa High
School class of 1958, scored in
the hignest quarter of the Na National
tional National Honor' Society general
aptitude test given March 18; it
ha been announced by the Di Division
vision Division of Schools. ; ,- '-
The test was given to 1,39 high
sch.001 seniors who qualified for
the test by examinations given
senior members of the
Ns t tonal Honor. Society.- Honor
t .Mciy stuaents from all over
tho u.s. participated in the
scjoolsrshln oualifying test given
Ice Oct. 22, 1P57, from which the
r ms taucationai Testing Serv-
f Kioup was selected to com' equality of treatment for US cl cl-I
I cl-I 1 the aptitude test. ;'' tizens nrf non-citizens has gone
1 uuug rtanapi. wno waitM
8" :iy w:th several honors during
bly Wedne-dav, is president of'mnted admistrativelv, upon
the Isthrri'nn-Paclfic chanter of. the recommendation of, super-
me annual Awara.s Day as?em
ine wauonai; Honor Societ". vor-. T.r 105 acting, on a re re-Members
Members re-Members of the society t must ouest rmnt local 9n0. Gov. F. K.
r n ieasr an an "E" averaTe
in oroer to be enorible for mem-tp'-hi
in a'iv 0f its chapters.
. H s t'1? ?"-" of fr. rrr Mrs
CJny RanJel of Panama City.
Dr: Herertb York, chief scl.
entist of. the JJelense Depart Department's
ment's Department's Advance Research P r o j j-ects
ects j-ects Agency (AR PA), said that
Sputnik III launched yesterday
could have been boosted into an
orbit' with a rocket producing asJ
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iiuie as vu,jw puuuus oi uuusi
It is wrong to conclude, ho
-said, that "monster" booster
was ncssryyto lift tho Sput.
nik't 2,925.53 pounds the fig figure
ure figure givon by Russia Into orbit.
, Moreover, ht said, it could have
boon done with ordinary foal."
In any event, York said, the"
supposition is that Soutnik III is
a well designed rocket in the new
few hundred thousand pounds of
: Meanwhile in Moscow yastar.
day Soviet Promitr Nikua"' 5.
Khrushchev boasted about Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's big now Sputnik and ridi-1
iculed American space satollitas
with tho farm apalsin Sputnik."
Apalsin if the Russian word for
orange. ry ?,::.-':,f.y;1
He cold a mass farewell meet.
Ing at the Kremlin for visiting
uah f resident Uamal Abdel Nae
ser that American Sputniks were
me size oi oranges.
, According to all the rules oi,
arithmetic,''; Khrushchev sat d,
we see that a very large1 con container!
tainer! container! is needed to. contain 1 the
big number of' orange-sized Sput.
niks which would equal our Sput-
''The... Soviet- faa'der'av ivmavka
broifght .howls' of laughter from
2,000 "partisans "of Seviet.United
Arab' Republic .friendship;',! w h o
anenaea ,tne mpruns...
warw the .Vniteal', SlaiUlt
understand that wo do hot wish
to 'doprociata American science
and technology V Khrushchv
said with a grin, But we have
natural pride in our socialist
system which enables us to out outstrip
strip outstrip tha United States in sei-
once and technology.
I repeat again and again that
we do not wish the Use our sue
cess, to blackmail public opinion,
due i wisn to empnasize mat a'l
efforts to isolate us and to retard
our development have led to no nothing,"
thing," nothing," he said.
They want to encircle us, but
instead thejr have succeeded in
embattling themselves aeainst the
success of i our scientific knowl knowledge."
A $100 fine -was imposed On Er Ernest
nest Ernest E. Berber, 44, who wSs found
guilty .today on a charge of drunk drunk-en
en drunk-en driving.
The American defendant was
picked up at 11:20 p.m. yesterday
while driving along Gavilan Roai
He is an emp'oye of the Electric Electrical
al Electrical Division.
Local 9,00 Has
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Pay Hikes Equalized By PC
Harold W. Rerrie, Chairman -of
Local 900, AFSCME, AFL-CIO
announced today ., that non non-citizen
citizen non-citizen employes of the Panama
Canal, Company Government
will now receive their within
erBde step salary increases at
theVbeginning of the pay period
following that in which they fall
due, instead of having to wait
until the beginnine of the fol following
lowing following auarter as was the form former
er former nractice.
Rerrie said officers of Xocal
900 informed the Personnel Di Director
rector Director that under procedures fol followed
lowed followed in the past. US citizen emT
moves were eettinff their annual
sten increases for the pay-period
following completion of a year
in a sten of their grades, requir
ing them to wait only a few days
to get such Increases, wnue on
the other hand non-citizens had
to wait an average of four to ten
In a letter from the Acting
Personnel Director the union
was informed thatithe matter
was discssxed with Coy. W. F
Potter. ; wh o approved the
onion's reauest. : ; ';
"'"Rerrie nnlnted out that this Is
one more instance in which the
into Tiert . 1
i Rerrie said years ago within
grsde step lnrreases were only
Newcomer' chsned the system
of within-srade increases from
aHrn'nlsfrat've to putomat'c inr
'tens "a" to "b." "c" snd
However, to move from step "d
STUDENT LEADERS indicated
today they intend to ask for the
resignation of Education Minist Minister
er Minister Victor N. Jullao during, this
afternoon's student rally.
The demonstration will begin
with speeches at the former De De-Lesseps
Lesseps De-Lesseps park followed! by pa parade
rade parade to Santa Ana Plaza ,fnr
.. A man serving time in the
Carcel, Modelo has formally ac
cused members of the National
Ouard of trafficklnsr In man
Juana among the prisoners' of
that nenal Institution. 'n ';
: Prisoner Jorge ;.N. Chizmar,
making a statement before Dlst.
Attv. Cesar A. Quintero. quoted a
lieutenant' as! saying that he
knew members of the National
Guard were imuggling in man
inarm hut hesitated about order.
ing 4 search for fear of hurting
the morale oi tne corps.
The Natlonftl Lottery, yester yesterday
day yesterday reported a profit Of $4,346, $4,346,-152
152 $4,346,-152 during 1057, after paying out
a. total 01 $19,578,012, in prizes,
and ti:fi99.765 In v commissions
It also spent $905,270 for salaries
and general expenses.',
Of the total profit, $102,601
was iisted as the sum for prizes
which were not claimed within
the time allotted by, law. y
Stopoirig 2 Nights
For Ramp Repairs ;
Thatcher Ferry service will
be- Interrupted' for two nights
next week between 10 o'clock
and 6 o'clock in the momihs,
it was announced today.
The service will be suspend
ed on both Tuesday and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday nights to permit repairs
on trie ramps which will be
The worK has been schedul
ed at night next-week to, take
advantage of the tidal stage
and to minimize the inconve inconvenience
nience inconvenience to the public.
All vehicular ; traffic during
the two eight-hour periods will
be routed across the Canal ever
r: Vi V-''v; 'X-.V.
to T'e", employees had to be re recommended
commended recommended by their supervisors
Later, Goc. J. S. Seyboid. ap
proved Local 900s request to add
on step "i" to all grades, but in
creases in the last two steps re remained
mained remained on an administrative
In 1956, at the 'request of
Local 900, Governor Potter ap approved
proved approved automatic increasse
from steps "d" to "e" and "f."
which made the scale entirely
With the approval of the
union's : latest request, a' fight
whic'h' began at the inception or
the local union 6n this particular
Issue has; come to a successful
A U.S. Embassy
The Consular Section of the A
mencsn Embassy is holding Uni'
ed States Treasury checks and or
official corresoondence for I nunl
att of persons whose addresses
or whereabouts are unknown.
Those persons are the following:
Robert Balintine: Lola Barriteau;
Edwin Boyce: F, E. Brodon Jr
Alfred H. Clark. MartindaH
Coombs;1 Apolonio Coronado; Mar
ganta V. -ourvwe; Angel Franco:
Luciano M. Calvan. James S!
Greet. AntOni? Hernandez." Frit'
A. Machaoo; Samuel McCleary;
Walter- Mmtor- Clifford I). Ran
pv; Julio I. Ruiz: Charts Sealv,
Viola A. Small: James A'.Thomp
son;, Arlhur Williams; Marva wil
"j son;; and Ecl'i' !i S. Vcrrcll.
INFANTRY GUXNERS Members of A Company, 1st' Battle Group, 20th Infantry,' go
through their paces with a light .30 caliber machine gunl during an Infantry-Tank demon-'
tration staged at Fort' Kobbe today. The display, of how each half of the team comple complements,
ments, complements, and cooperates with 'the other, plus a communications demonstration.was presented
by the battle, group and D Company, S4th Armor, for Latin American student officers of
the U.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort Gulick. Among those taking part in the "show was
this' machine gun squad vfiomposed of left to right, Sgt. Allen Kreuger, 8p3 Lawrence Bruch
and Pfc. Robert Livingston. (U.S. Army, Photo) r" ; ;
114 Latirv Students See Demonstration
Of 'Modern ; US : Firepower Techniques
The fireoower. mobility an
communications techniques of the
moriern U.S. Army were demons
trated here today for 114 students
of the U.S. Army C a r i b b e a n
Snhnnl Fort Gulick., who- witnes
sed situations similar to aciu?i
combat conditions., f"
Fifteen Latin American countries
were represented among the vi-
siung students as me eemi-annuai
affair was staged by personnel of
tha 1st Ratllp r.rnnn. 20th Infan
try and D Company, 34th Armor.
Also invited to aiiena ina;ue ina;ue-monstration
monstration ina;ue-monstration as observers were 20
officers from the Manama in auonai
The two-part exhibition included
a communications display climax
ed bv att aerial pick-up and deli
very of a message using an L-19
aircraft, and inlantry.ianic fie.4
monstration which showed tne int
erdependence of these two arms,
Tauehad off with the firing of
Special signal flare, the infantry-tank
show prestnttd six tat
' tical situations depicting how
such a tosm would operate in
combat. Visiting students watch
ad .friendly Infantry forces eng engage
age engage and datroy an aggrossor"
tank-hunter team.. They witness
sod action as infantry troops de detected
tected detected anti-tank mines nd guid guided
ed guided the tank through safe lane.
Ilixcn Seems Likely
To Urgo Ch:rs;D$
In US. Pc!:cb$
WASHINGTON. May 16 (UP
Vice President Rjcharrl M,' Nixoni
inneared likely today to recom
mend important chances, in U.S.
policies toward Latin America
when he makes his formal repor!
to President Eisenhower.
The nature of these changes was
not immediately disclosed by N:x N:x-on
on N:x-on in his first public appearanc
es following a triumphant weU
come-home greetin? yesteraay.
But he said. the United States
must reappraise its Latin Amer
can policies. He said he told Pres President
ident President Eisenhower, and Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles at a
White .House lunch that Latin A-
menca has moved from' an ara
in which it Was always important
up to a top priority position.1' j l -'
He said the riots which attend
ed his visits to Lima, Peru and
Caracas, Venezuela, show
part of the world needs more at
tention than it has been receiv-
The Vice President disclosed he
was planning to give the Presi
dent a written confidential report;
n the near future. He said, he
was willin" to give his views ri-!
varely to interested Congressmpn
M't did hot exnoct to trs'ify he-
lore any commiltpes.
A general W.p1 I;f"i rc-jort wi'I.Scsted jhe possibility of a W."!
he made public wiiimt i.ie n'
fw weeks, but no rH"'ivile t ;seek to strengthen the Western
-'io-te'piinn report ta t' rcoole'flliance ibya new' 'propram of
was r! !.
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Again!' aa infantryman simulat simulated
ed simulated firing a tracer round from hi:i
rifle to pinpoint the location of an
enemy machine gun position ami
in turn the tank destroyed : this
menace to foot troops. f Then the
tank destroyed a barbed, wire ob
struction and eliminated anti-per
sonnel mines.. -;, h; -fj. t m:
i uure was airectea at an enemy
gun emplacement by; means of a
telephone m the rear of the tank.
When all aggressors were elimi
nated,-'. the mlantry mounted .the
tank and disappeared from view
in- much the same .way as whenj
contact with the enemy has been
lost and the troops must travel
a great distance tn a short time.
Following these demonstrations,
the team in the attack was shown.
Five tanks, foot troops and v an
aerial naplam strike on the object objective
ive objective were utilized for the exhibi exhibition.
tion. exhibition. 1
As the team advanced towards
its objective, realism was added
pre-pianlea demolition ciiarges ex exploded
ploded exploded to simulate artillery and
At the conclusion etf tho ictiom
the tanks rumbled off. towards
another objtctiva and tpe Infan.
: try was left to mop up 'and com complete
plete complete Its mission. Etch part of
tho team had worked to protect
the othr; each element elimi eliminated
nated eliminated enemy weapons that
might stop forward movement.
v The visiting Latin Americans
then examined two static display
tanks with all equipment laid out
Narrator for the demostralion
was Capt. Mario Oliver, guest in instructor
structor instructor from Mexico at the U.S.
Army Caribbean' School. Among
others taking part In the action
were First" Lt. James Cooper,- M-Sgt-Nels
i Hanson, Sgt. Billy C.
Gnffis,' Sfc's Lowder Carpenter,
Milton Davis and Calvin Griffin,
Has Secret Talk ;
On US Recession
LONDON UP) Britain ha
sent its chief economic adviser to
Washington for sacret top levt1
talks on the, American recession,
of icial sources said yesterday.
Sir Robert Hall, economist, and
Sir Leslie Rowan-' ar senior oh'i
cial of the' British Treasury, wei-e
expected to sound- out American
officials on possible joint moves
to avert international t repercus-
thasions from the American, econom
ic Biiuauon. ? ii.
lhe delegates also were expect
r. w v.- c : rules, xney' issued- an announce-
economic operation which Br.tlment todaV statins that:
lsn frime Minister Harold Mac.
scheduled meeting with President
Eisenhower in Washington in
June, the sources said. -Recent
reoor.s here had su?.
iiiuioii uiai iaiac uuiiuk I
sent summit conference litis fall
closer economic cooperation.
and Pfc. Jerry Young all of D
company, 3n Armor. Part c d
ants from the battle eroun includ.
ed First Lt. Harrv ; Lascola' 1 M-
ogc. vonn u. tonweu, Sfc.: Lyvon
Hiiicar ana set. nhn Arthur
' The communications disnlav anri
demonstration, prer.ired under the
direction of Capt; John S. Bayse.
battle 'group communications of
ficerj was described in Spanish
mj. vi" YYuaain ', Jjommguez,, U.
av Army instructor in ne commu
nications section of 'li schnn.
- In idditioh to the static disnlav
of eqiiipment on hand for insoep
uon me stuaeni ouicers saw ex:
amples of the correct uses of com
munications equipment centered
mainly around' wire-laying tech techniques
niques techniques and radio. First Lt. Wiley
Triiuaiusuii mioiea ,tne L,-i air
craft use for this segment of the
aav s activities.
countries represented amontf
the USARCARIB. School Students
were Bolivia, Brazil,". Colombia.
costa Hica, tuba, Ecuador,. El
alvaaor, Guatemala, Honduras,
Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Pe
ru, Puerto Rico and. Venezuela
Walk, Wait And Halt Snarl Ancon
Traffic; Pedestrians Learn Tricks
There was still much confunsion
today among pedestrians and mo motorists
torists motorists using the Goreas Road,
Fourth of July and J Street inter intersection
section intersection day when new traffic sig signals
nals signals were placed in operation day
before yesterday v ,
The profusion or red, sjreen ana
oranne liRhts and "waiti" and
'walk" signals seem to have Isth Isth-m'T!
m'T! Isth-m'T! flustered.,
' Today several drivers shook
thnr heads hopelessly. One said:
"If this is supposed to helo ease
the traffic here, whoever thoueht
it up should spend, a day at this
He said that he had been delay delayed
ed delayed forialmost 10, minutes at the
end of a Jong row of cars waiting
A lady who was crossing the
- "It's okkv for rot, I can read
Etvlr. hut what Hout the oth others?
ers? others? I had to toll a boy to
wit." -' n: 'ir
The ceneral complaint seemed
to be that whereas before there
was a smooth flow of traffic,, now,
cars pile un at each red light
causing delfivs y,ich did not occur,
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Balboa Heights recognized tne
mix-uPin carrying out the new
'The new signals were" placed
s in nnaratinn Wirinurflf mnminff
but traffic movement .has been
impeded by motorists or pedes
trians who fail to obey the rules
provided in, the Canal zone war-
- fjc regulations which .are uniform
to w applicable in the Canal Zone.1
I They went on to say that as an
i ai to oedestrians and, motorists.
u ing the Gorgas Road-Fourth
Bill Would' Give
The contents of on Administration-SDonsored bt If
which would give the Governor of the Canal Zone supreme
power in local appeals of personnel actions was revealed
on the Isthmus today,'1 , ,e
Apparently the proposed bill, which has not yet been
introduced, would give the governor complete control In
personnel classification cases, as well as the power to set
differential pay rates. . '
The draft legislation is dated April 24. It appears to
be a revision of HR 6708, which was introduced last vear:
The latter bill provides,: amend
lishment of a single wage scale for federal agencies ort
the Zone, and for the blanketing in of non-US-cifizen Ca Canal
nal Canal employes under the Civil Service Retirement Law '.
It also sets torth what sums the Canal must provide
to the Civil Service Retirement and Disability fund cover
ing rne non-emzen employes Who are to be blanketed in into
to into the retirement. rails;,:;.. fy'-rl.;;-;-: b
It Is understood that the bill,
to. implement1 an agrecmentswitb
the'Repubhc of Panama .rp,,fi'H'E
conditions of employment in 'do 'do-partments
partments 'do-partments and agencies in the Cs-
nal Zone," will be introduced by
a member of the House Post-Office
and, Civil Service .Committee.
Section 104 of the revised b'll
refers to appeals. It sates: ? 11
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f A system for employ appeals
of position classification and com
pensation assignment shall be es
tablished and maintained' In tha
departments or agencies in the
CaLZone. '" '
This appeal system shall pro-
vie for review of the appeal by
a Doara to De provided, for ta the
rpeulations of the President under
this Act: provided however, that
the administrative decision reach reached
ed reached following apnea! .under this
secton shall be -final and not sub
ject to judicial review."
Section 108 states:'
United States citizen employes
of departments or agencies in the
canal zone shall receive the na
sic compensation of their, position
plus am allowance for those ele elements,
ments, elements, such as taxes, which oper.
ate to reduce the disposable in income'
come' income' of such employes as com
pared with employes who are not
citizens of the United States, and
such tropical! differential, if any,
as may-be authorized by the de-
July intersection, they were Issu Issuing
ing Issuing the following simple remind reminders:
ers: reminders: '
Cars may turn right on reel sig signal.
Pedestrians should cross streets
only with the ;"walk" signal; 1
In making tho right turn on a a-rod
rod a-rod signal, drivers mutt yield
tho right of way to pedestrians
in the crosswalks and to vehi vehicular
cular vehicular traffie,'moving on green
F.xrpm when lurninff eft- Arivh
ers should not stop their vehicles''
wiimn vne intersecuorj. wivers ot
vehicles turning left must yield
the right-of-way to all opposing
traffic. "v ; -? ,.
The walk' -signal1 is one of th
three-phase operations of the new
Ancon street signals and pedes-
iraws snouiq wait ior thisr signal
in crossing the streets in either
direction. The painted crosswalks
should be. used at all times by
pedestrians. ..- 'X :,: 'xrx ..'
Militflrv AiH 'Wf
Promoted To Major
Cant. Peter Crosc-: miiitar .'aa.
sistant to the Governor-.i!? the
Canal Zone, received notice yeSter
oay oi nis promotion to the rank s A., uarranco and Elvia Otero.
ol Major in the U..& Arny; Corps : The Escala car carried O-1
of Engineers.':Vi:vi''U...f'.v.-tv.;L45-. Escala.' Uruguay Castro, (.(
Grosz has been a resident of the cepcion Gonzalez, Juan D. Ro L
Cana Zone since July 1957; when guez and Demedes Sanchez,
he arrived here from Fort Leaven 4" Police said their invest a' I
worth, Kansas, to succeed Major, the case was continuing. I s
David H. Smith as military assit.
of ant to the governor.
other thinasY for the esrnb-'
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partments or -srBncies concerned
pursuant .tor.applicafcle law.",, -.
Sec; 205 The Act of jury .,
1937 as amended by the Act rt
Feb. 20, 19S4, is-hereby modified,
effective fhe first day of the firsi
pay period beginning in the third
month following the month of an.
proyal of this Act, in such man man-ner
ner man-ner as to apply only to the con con-e?
e? con-e? Paymen thereunder of cash
relief awarded to employes whose
employment terminated prior to -said
" In the cases of persons who
are in the service either of the
oanal Zone government or of the
Panama Canal Company on the
effective date of this section, and
hrlf ol,this sect""i
brought vwiihin the coverage of
the Civil Service Retirement Act
as of such effective date, the Pa-
2, C1al Company i hereby
obligatedto reimburse the Civ.I
tvrr!fneetirement and 1 Disabili Disabili-L;.1d
L;.1d Disabili-L;.1d Jur ovnenfcontribu.
S?i.r ithe "dement fund ap-
(a) For contributions covering
4 (b) For contributions covering
service -with the'. Panama Canal
rZ?i lndePfndent agency) the
anai Zone Government, or tha
July 11951 and the effective date
of this .section.
.h!uVmunt of tbe" contributions
shall be the same as the respec respective
tive respective agencies would have be?n o o-bligated
bligated o-bligated to pay, had the emp'oyesf
coicerned been wi.hin the cover coverage
age coverage of the CivU Service or Canal
Zone Rstirement ACts at .he tune
of the performance of the Serv,
In lload-On Crash
Al Mile Post 6
Two private cars travelling In?
uuecnons. on Thatcher
Highway .last night collided head
on at Mile Post 6, resulting in in.
juries to-, both drivers and passen.
gers, and? extensive damage to
the fronts' of each cars.
None of the injured passengers,
who were treated at Santo Tom aa
Hospital, were hospitalized, it was
learned today. ;
k A police report stated that Max
imo G-Gomez, Sr.- a 54-year-old
Panamanian -was driving a sedan
In a 1 westerly direction, when ha
j tried to pass a car in front of
mm, . i
; A'ter crossing the center lin
of the road, his car collided with
an oncoming sedan which was
being driven by Qmar E. Escala,
tTa. .'W:.. i';'.;- ; i .; j, ,-,
i Passengers in Gomel car wera
his son, Maximo Gomez, Jr., J.
I win pronaoiy do cnargea
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OH 1g MONTHS.
THIS IS TOUK FORUM THI READERS OWN' COLUMN
Tli Mai lu it aoan tonim Hi rcidtr of Tkt anams AmarkM
Uttart an ieeiyt4 aratafuNy tad art kanrfla 1 aN ImIW caatidcntial
mmm. ... - Tw -
If aa ccntributt a tattar doa't ba Impjtn if ft 4mm opmi tha
atxt day. Mttart ara publish ia tha ordei rctivt4. ; .-
PlaaM nr to kaaa tha letters limit! ta ana atja lenfth.
frr Identity at totter writers if bald ia ttricteit eenfidaaca ,-
'.- Tbia aawsaapa uiumti na mpaiMibititv far itetemeat apfaleai
xpraucd in letter train titn. i
SHOVE OFF, SAM
' I would like to of fer my three cent worth of advice lo-uit
Shoving, Sam" (Mail Box, May XI), earn snoma jum-m.
and get properly indoctrinated on the relationship between mas mas-ter
ter mas-ter and slave. One universal rule he should acquaint himself wittt
is never to bite the hand that feeds him. ; i
My advice to Sam is: r i
1 Join the Salvation Army, where :nfvryon-is equal -and
where he wouldn't have, to worry about; who gets paid more or
less; or . -7
2 Pack ud and leave: or f
3. Go jump In the Chagres.
whv Panama remain i'uit like all the other countries
with debts" unemployment and such eommonpiace
when it has the means on hand to become the greatesj repubUc
n How? By putting "Ginger Know tarwbtoet.;
egotistical egghead is" so bright he knos VSStSs
oroblems not only of his own country but of other c6untrie ai
well Resident de la Guatdia should get, him before some otber
country grabs this genius of hot i-&f, u2k?'V
FAJtXING SIP A CE--:
Torauemada, in his column in La Nacion of May 13, report reported
ed reported that the Canal Zone police were busy ticketing Panama cart
lound on Canal Zone streets at night. He suggested i that ; this
should be a reciprocal matter, and that Panama, police should
ticket all Canal Zone cars found in Panama at nignt.
' Many Zonians heartly concur.
Viva Panama." Let the grass -grow in the streets -CMud
Zone car found in parked in Panama, be it day or night should
u. ii,trf tha nniirn can beat the vandals to it. that IS
Viva and a Connie of Huzzas.
Zl r UNANSWERED QUESTIONS 'tt
U; would like Panama' Canal Company d rectors Bunough
Jd Cake, and Gov. William E. Potter to consider the. following
qntetions which are known to all but Ignored, by all eyen the
M Citizens Association: --- -.r.. "i'iji.V
I?- iv what haonened to the recommendations of tne rent
M panel which was employed at the company's expense, and .wmcn
it tQiio Aftr ennsiderinsf all viewpoints this
4anel, invited here by management, ruled to favor ,of the work-
whjt-haonened to the 1 Booz," AUen,' Hamilton study,
which was also in favor of the employes?;; jCongress.tabled these
recommendations, and nothing has been heara of them -since.
3. .Who says the housing i program, ia losing, money The
last rpahamv Canal company financial atatement l. saw publish published
ed published showed & profit on US-rate housing-and a JJ"
a rVi a r.onal'B ttr rltlena about to be taxed again?-;
Fa t the commissarv profit a secret, or are -the employes
.nHt.iftVt in t.hi information? Whv not DUblish it in the Review?
5.- Panama gas ,statloni were recently allowed a one i cent
oer aauon price reauuuun ay.uie ui;ijhh, .v
paper reports. I have been waiting in vain for similar acUoo. in
the Zone, where the difference between the wholesale and re retail
tail retail price of gasoline is much greater than in Panama. In view
. of "this, can .the Governors still tell Congress that weZOnians
'pay no taxes except income taxes? .Vj..a nUltary man suppose
he has to da what he is told. ' -r
" ft. Why did the Supply Division wait till there was a sur sur-'..1,1.
'..1,1. sur-'..1,1. nntforf in Panama hcfnrfi ralslne the price-of a cup of
coffee by. two cents? If such an increase was necessary It shpuld
have been ordered six years ago, but not now. ;
7. Should Panama pay the 22 percent .administrative cost
for the water it gets from tne canai, inasmucn as via
' cent includes something for the cost of the Canal Zone Govern'
ir.nt9 Thus Panama is navinsr taxes to a foreign gdvernmenu.
a Piirt.hPr. if it is. admitted that the 22 percent Includes
sorhething for the cost of governmentPanama Canal employes
are being taxea to support me iocui rvvcuuhcuv, s ww,v,"k
Federal government without a voice in either. : r
9. Will the Comptroller deny that every $1 spent-In'.' the
commissary does not have one cent; applied to the expenseof
running the Canal Zone Government? t-.v'y:,;.
10. If everything is as ideal here as the Stateside neighbors
of Canal director Burroughs telt him, why not bring these peo people
ple people down here to work? They may be- able ta explain to- the
personnel Bureau why the turnover is: so large. ? The 40-year
men are gone, and the average length of service is getting less.
But who is there to care whether efficiency, bornvof long ex experience
perience experience is valuable? ' '
? ; 11.. Why not a plan to purchase homes in the republlcyfor
employes who plan to stay here long enough to pay for them?
J, A. Joledy
''Why, Everything's Right Out in the Open"
SAN ANTONIO-BUGLE i
BlrV- ' - ''"
yesterday' we got an early start and toured a bit' of' the
hill country.. In my 12 years here I have never seen the country
so green.-All of the country has been "blessed with' plenty Of
rain, and this puts pastures in fine shape. No poor skinny stock
anywhere. Wound up at Kerrvllle at nooh Jor a splendid chicken
dinner, and I cleaned the plate. The day was our hottest lind
we put In six hours in the saddle, so to speak, Stood the trip
line; 'only made .me, sleep better.. i 'A
- There are too many airplane accjdejitsj and, will, be as, long
as powered by -gasoline. v -.i...-.'..-.-1 J I 'tx-.M'M
I am going to try and get down 4o Karns -City where one
of the only two smelters are in .'operation.::;,:: :--yf-v.:y
' Received notice of the discovery or uranium m Panama, out
not of the possible value. Hope it is one of the best. S t 1r
Still partial to Panama as I put in 35 years of my life, in
the best place to live on earth, a country that can grow, any anything
thing anything and the best oranges anywhere. ; u
Just go through listening to the tornado reports, and "it
looks like they will never let up. Hail as big as baseballs fell
off and on in one section all night; Glad, we are out .of the
; belt almost."
Time for a few Tlsitors from the crossroads-, and Otto House House-mann
mann House-mann is one of the first. A relative of vhls is in. San. Antonio, a
doctor of medicine. i
i My eyes feel all right, and I imagine the sight- is on the
Improve, too; though I still see double. -',
' -Kri -Pop Wright
'By VICTOR RIESEL
There's fellow traveling to
Moscow soon by the name oi Cy
rus Eaton, a genial millionaire
steel blender and bull breeder.
On his sprawling, midwest farm,
this steel magnate and financier
recently discussed his trip with a
special guest, Russian Ambas
sador' Mikhail Menshikov; To
meet Comrade Menshikov. Eaton
invited 4tt other industrialists
and one union chief, Steel Work Workers
ers Workers Union leader Dave McDonald.
Some time after this gay party,
Eaton told television s Mike Wal
lace over the air that there was
too much snooping Into the lives
of Americans. He likened our in internal
ternal internal security forces to the dead
Gestapo. He said nothing of the
very much alive MVD, the Soviet
secret police. Mr. Eaton said that
Communists were ngments oi
Imagination of FBI undercover
If this be so, then the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon is spending millions of
dollars fighting figments
which it believes ould Infil Infiltrate
trate Infiltrate our closely guarded elec electronic,
tronic, electronic, aircraft and 1 missile
There are many of us who do
not believe the FBI, or the Pen
tagon." is fighting phantoms. Or
that they are worried by secret
agents-or me ,.uucny oi wen wen-tensteln.
tensteln. wen-tensteln. Monaco or San Marino.
Truth Is that our security forces
have learned the hard way that
tne Soviets nave peneuatea
some of .oUr defense secrets and
that we -must maintain an ela elaborate
borate elaborate -counter-intelligence net network
work network right vlnskie our civilian
labor force in -'plants classified as
secret. This work force is well
over 3.000,000. ".; V
To guard over factories, ana
industrial research and develop development
ment development laboratories, which may be
working on anything from -a
death ray to a one man aerial
Jeep, the Pentagon has a system
of "Cognizant Security Officers."
These officers work under G-2,
Intelligence. Each of the seven
Army commands in the TJ.S. has
one such chief.- Under hint are
anywhere from, two to five mili military
tary military aides; -yP t'&i
The Air Force, whose wild blue
yonder has had it boundaries
pushed moon-ward, "has 77 Cog Cognizant
nizant Cognizant Security. Officers. The
Navy has 134 such -guardians. -It
1& not a matter of "snoop "snooping."
ing." "snooping." It is a matter of security ?
. In our plants not only to
, prevent the theft of secret but
to avert death arid destruction
which would follow a sabo saboteur's
teur's saboteur's explosion, for example.
The Army's system operates
underwits "Industrial security
Division." I have before me its
new regulations, issued this past
April 15. This : directive treats
management and labor Alike.
P-nfh ata pTiAclrAfi l"i '. 1 :'
Workers are checked before
they are given accessibility to
papers, molds, designs, models
and file. On regulation sav
bluntly that regular reports must
be filed with the security oince
i," including any sale of stock
which affects' ownershlo or con
trol of a company dealing dlrec
tly orjindlrectly with the defense.
Similarly, if a worker is fired
ot quits, this must' be reported to
the military security orncer. He
is often asked to remain silent
about what he learned.
.: Each major plant, each shop
with a secret, must have a
central control office. This
must keep tab on certain docu documents
ments documents and maintain them in
secret files for 10 years.
The 'latest. directive even insi-
tracts -workers and management
on the destruction of material.
When papers are no longer need needed,
ed, needed, they must be burned, along
with stenographic notes, carbon
paner, stencils and typewriter
Also for burnlncr are plastics
films, acetates and cloth. Metals
usf-1 for dies and models must be
melted down or otherwise; aes-i
troved"'beyond recognition so as
to 'preclude reconstruction." All
this must be done by "appro-1
prlatelv cleared personnel in the
presence of a cleared witness."
: Union leaders as. well as com company
pany company : executive ;.ar' regularly
consulted by ..the Federals on
clearance and,, other problems.
If ttils is the snooping to which
Eaton ref firs, some of the plants
m which he has mvestea are in
it, too. And lor good reason.
If Eaton ii allergic to snooping
he will have such an uncomfor-
able stay in Moscow!
' I A NEA Same lc. ,0 '' 11 d I 'J
Spring Has Sprung
, By BOB RUARK
Thinjs seem to be getting back
to normal again. I was reading
some headlines from' one page
"Mink Thieves Hack Way Into
Steel Vault," "Subway Love Kd.
ler's Plight; Reunites Estranged
Parents, "Injuns in New Pitch to
Hold Ofi Surveyors,'- "Mercy with
Bread is vuiage Menu" and "Fas "Fas-sersby
sersby "Fas-sersby Ignore Holdup yictim."
xnow missis.' the kind, of meaty
stuff I can understand. I don't dig
all this space ; talk,, nd' ummit
arguments, and the fact that MaL
ta wants to be all alone in the Med
without Britain's fleet to keep the
phony souvenir trade going. ",A
I ain t clewed out on the Rus.
sian peace offensive, or the possi.
bility of having a Bpy Scout troop
composed entirely Oi. guided ntis,
sile.meit, i came up in the ax.
murder, "I.killed.him.becausA -1.
loved mm'' school, and Fvr been
nervous in me service since they
all went toplofty on me with this
outer-space and pure.thoughts.for.
Now anybody in hi tisht mind J
i. -.... ... r
a ne lews aeemy enough about
mink coats, will chop his way in.
w sieei vauu w steal. This ts
man t his most understandabls
level. You want air that mink to
drape your dame in, so you chop
aown -a steei wan, Decause love
laughs at locksmiths and stone
walls do not a prison make, espe.
cially in Connecticut. Break out
the blowtorch, boys, spring has
me iaav wno mi unorkpri nn
the head with a meat market's $2,.
325 payroll in her kick said funds
being removed by the footpads
naturally could not attract atten attention
tion attention from passersby. They were in
a hurry to succor a fallen tiurse or
to lure a cat down from a tree, u?
to provide an excuse for missing
the 6:05 to Fiainiield, if tnere .is
such a schedule.
Also, never get mixed ud .with
strangers. Trouble. Also the cops
are being busily transferred to an.
other precinct for involvement in
the policy rackety and are hurryi
ing home to pack their money. ;
An, ex-convict from the, Ohio
State pen, an itinerant bum nam.
ed William Sidpey r Portar, who
used a wrong handled, (wiled O.
Henry, almost wrote the one a.
bout the bearded painter New
York's ; creenwhich vuiage. ;
s- j,-' 'v'.; i i ..
i This character stole sijc loaves
of, Italian bread when ne had 423
n' his pocket, but he needed the
money, to buy paints. So he stole
FIVE RIOTERS KILLED
CALCUTTA.' India (UP) Five
persons were reported killed
yesterday when uolice fired on
a riotous crowd of east Pakistani
refugees at a refugee camp in
Bettiah, in the Bihar state ; ofl
northeast India." Police were re:
ported to have intervened after
residents of the ? refugee camp
held administrative officers hos hostage
tage hostage in an effort to gain the re
lease of some inmates who had
been arrested for "lawlessness.
the bread. The judge called him
Jean Valjean and let him off, and
aal m v..
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RENT AND RESPONSIBILITIES
"jusi ASKing- (Mau. box, way m, attempts to lind an
analagous situation in the rentin? of one side of a dv;Mex home
by his folks back in the States with .the leasing 6f the Canal
Zone to the United States by Panama; but' It seemsi to me that
ha 1 -way off base : -V,.,,,;ftS'vj ,f.
There is no comparison, because in the case of the "duplex,
"Just Asking's" family only holds title to the land and the house.
They are under no obligation to enforce the law, neither:, are'
their tenants; Instead, both of them" must-observe .the law? or
answer, to a higher authority the tate.S C" - j
The Canal Zone is land leased by one government to an another1
other1 another1 by means of a treaty which everybody, except Americans,
regard as unfair in many respects '
' Panama is, but should not be excluded from exercising both
Jurisdiction and law-enforcing authority in' the Canal zone,'-because
it is the state to which the land on-whlch the. Canal Is
built belongs. ' '''.,
; Doesn't the jPanal Zone government exercise authority over
its land-leases? Panama does not exercise this "authority ""over
the canal zone as a result of the 1903 treaty. However, the
ro ation of a government cannot be compared to" that of a iand-
r l, so "Just Asking" had better think of some other analogy.
The world's biggest manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer of radio-phonographs
now offers you a most com complete
plete complete assortment. Twelve dif dif-.
. dif-. ferent models to choose
Drop in. for a demonstration
and you will bo enchanted.
Credit facilities and special
duty-free prices, for tbt ;
; Canal Zone. 1
Central 26-109 Calldonia
the man. who pressed the charges
took thef culprit to lunch.
1 don t want to bother my feeble
uuougnt processes with why the
bakery' was unlocked at midnight
m uieenwmcn viu.with the 'pro.
prietor absent, or why 45 cents
worth of compressed flour was
worth stealin? whpn
fish in your pocket,, or. why a 22-
j.u ii VjiMer grows a beard, or
why they put him in iaikfor ;10
days so the judge could let him
ldose,-. or why the aggrieved party
vu. wiui me miei arm in
arm, to lake him to lunch, Spring1
is here, and 1 may just nip out
owuugarm some sulphur and
molasses myseU. f p t
I.e J1" take Ptie more:
r I f "f wpner; xne U-uscaroras
nave lived around Niagara Falls
for so long that their main totem
it 'i?ai'r?Is 4nd they invented all
Soupleas abUt honeymoon
They haven't seen a tepee since
Benedict Arnold made treason po.
pular,. but all of a sudden they
pitch a tent And ffiskn hir m.
onstration because some ststo tr
Veyors -want to map their land-in
vuuucLuuu wnn ft neap big dowm
project. 1 v
My secret belief is that they
SV!L thA G?y ot Suf.
"vwa mey can ;sa.v
KUgh",and "Wah" for that white
man s airty old wampum. They'll They'll-have
have They'll-have to be coached, of coufse, be.
vauac tucv uiey ve. DAen fiavino
ly" since J. Paul Jones was a pai
nnnpo : iJ"-"-. ,. -
WASHINGTON There is more
than meets the eye behind the a a-brupt
brupt a-brupt deportation of William Heik.
kJa from. Saa Francisco back to
New Attorney Genval William
Rogers who is breathing fresh Jifei
into the Justice Department,
promptly reversed Gen. Joseph
Swing, the swaggering Commis Commis-sioner
sioner Commis-sioner of Immigration, and order ordered
ed ordered Heikkila back to the United
States to have a chance to say
goodbye to his wife and family
and exhaust his due process un under
der under the law. ... 1
Rogers' Commissioner of Imml Imml-gration,
gration, Imml-gration, however, remained com.
pletely unrepentant. He even brag
ged that about 97 to 98 per cent
of the deportations from the Uni Uni-ed
ed Uni-ed States were handled the same
The New York Times, which
simultaneously carried a biogra
phical sketch, of the Commission
er picturing him as a "soldier
with a big heart," soft-pedalled
Swing's statement. The Times
quoted Swing as saying:,. "About
97 per cent of the deportable a.
liens go without protest, and are
given ample time to wind up their
affairs." ,. ,
But what the West Point Com
missioner of Immigration actually
said in testimony .p.- e f 0 r e the
House Judiciary. 1 subcommittee
Was: i- if.'
"About 97 to 98 per cent of our
people are handlers this way. We
never give them 72 hours or a
week or 10 days- w a -month if
they have business to settle.
There is- abou three ner Cent of
these ho-goodnick and the jonly
wav to handle t'vu is '- tbey
know they're deportable and they
Know n we get our n a n fl s on
them they 'will be summarily de.
ported." (The- grammar is the
"T.ast year." he said, "we fihy.
sically deported R700 odd alien
and thevyear f tVe 'over. 7000. K
has averaged about 7000 a year,
Swing's testimony showed he h U
complete- contempt for the -Constv
tuHon's "due process'' of -1 a w
which he has sworn to uphold,
Me snowed every evidence -0;
wanting to continue the nractice
0' su"imrrlv denortinff 1 i e n a
without f giving them permission
to say gnHbvff or tell their wives
what had happened. ., 1 '
"' Some hews accounts made it ap.
pear that Swing admitted he had
made a mistake in, ordering big
aan t rancisco immigration du
recmr. itiruce carper, to act as
, Actually, Swing made no such
a(imissionr,The ,- m.i'stkef he ad.
mittei was in eNng "caught,
therehy exposing Bruce to ourt
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Jose Fco. de la Ossa Ave. Tel. 2-2010
Reary, darling" and 'Indubitab.
Ihe isubwav "killer of liia t.in
J . - ...V UV1UT,
CO IS Ar.Afl in mil efton
times. Boy meets trirl. shont.a oiri
ana Mungs mama ana rapa back
wgeiner again, you fade out in a
rosy ha,ze o( bliss for the reunited
mama and Dana. staunchly t.anH
ing by Sonny, who should have
Deen taught not to play with fire.
arms ... ana l, quote: ''Keeping the
oaa news irom tne two otner chil
Do I sound cynical? Toffer onn
finaj head'ihe:"Mayor Bids Har.
nmanyeto Bui to Freeze Rail
Taxes City Faces ixss of $1.6
Million," : ' :t,:vr
So what else is new if you dis
count the rousing announcement
that De Saplo Sticks to Hogan as
bor. There were life rafts for IZH
men, none for 170.
On June 30, 1957, this column
further reported on Swina's his.
hearted activities, especially his
use of a government DC-3 to flv
to Mexico for weekends where he
was met bv a covernment.nuhp
house trailer and relaxed on "de
lightful hunting trips., Swpg even
charged the government for his
personal expenses on these hunt,
ing trips and wasforced to refund
In contrast,' a Florida employe
of the Immigration Service nur
charged the government for a lo
cal taxi fare and he was fired".
But Swing continues tn nnpraf
the Immigration- Service as if he
were still on the parade ground
at West Point., v
POWELL'S JUNKETS t
v Congressman Adam C 1 ay T a
Powell, Harlem Democrat, hit
two unique records. He is absent
from Congress probably as much
as any other Congressman, and
he has ; taken as many junkets a.
Dro.ad any othtr Congressman
"in? taxpayers' expense.
-Officially when a. Congressmaa
travels abroad on taxpayers' funds
he is supposed to be investigating
some phase of. Congressional busi-ess-:
lB"t here is a lette.- which
the handome Congressman, pas.
tor of-the Abyssinian Baptist
?u.r(Yn' wr.te' to Capt. ; Florence
Nicholson, Army liaison officer, r.
dmg t trip to Berchtesgaden,
many er Pyfcm in Gef.
.2 would like to 'start fishinf
Aug. 5 and would like full equip,
ment including fatigues and boots"
li-'I wouW also like two seatsfor
the Salzburg Festivals two or
three times each,- and would p.
predate your selecting .the best a a-vailable."
vailable." a-vailable." "1 i. 3r
vT -, ..-.. ':..:;-
' The reil inside record ..'on Swing
snows mm to De anything but The
iew xorir nmes' ''soinier with a
big heart." except possibly in i out
? his .daughter Mary N. Swing
miTcneii on tne government f pay.
ro'l at' $4500 a year---. t
,Ke war also "bia-arted about
supplying a government immigra.
uon. piane to Attorney General
Brownell for a purely political
i ..." r y
uip hi t-unier, wi;m uovernor aniv
ers .of Texas. -?y-. ; w,.:-av -v...
Swing, a 1915 West P. classmate
or Eisenhower's J is the 1st rtiilita.
rv man ever to become Commis.
sioner; of immigration. He prompt
iv appmnten z otnerm mtary men
Gens. Frank H, Partridge and Ed
win B. Howard, tn fee h s assist.
arts, thus pretty ell militarizing
ims civilian. Drancn 01 govern.
Shortly thereafterf 'Partridge
ana Howard drew uo a .secret
'Plan A" to defend the1 Mexican'
border from military invasion, de.
smu .me fact that the United
Mates has: been, proud of its
peateiui relation with Mexico.
Swing also exhibited his big!
hearted proclivities when he m-
Structfid the U.S. ImmiBratinn nt
ficer :m' El Paso to obtain a Mex-.
itan maia xor nis nome in Wash
ington at mucfi less salary than
thRt paid in Washington. ; ..
His big-hearted activities came
to the attention of the House Gort
ernmen Operations Committee""
and of Vice Adm. J. M. Will for
transporting wetbacks to Mexico
in the shin "Mercuric-" under such
foul conditions that 40 wetbacks
'jumped overboard in Tampico har-
The wild bushmen of-Aus-
Itralia can make a boomerang:
curve in an amazing manner.
TVi af .mam 4l kai it v 4V n f 14
A nvj aia 1111 u vr ib ou uiak a u
will travel straight for 30 1
yards, describe a circle 50)
yards in diameter 'and then
return to the thrower; or they j
(can. make it hit the ground,!
circle in the air and return. t
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ALASKAN BOOSTER V
i Young Sen.' FranV i f!hiii-(.l I t
".daJio. who delivered a powerful,
full.dress speech on Alaskan state.
hood recently, happened vtb get
interested in Alaska in aground
about way. He was. a member of
a Stanford University debating
team which opposed statehood for
Hawaii.,, - i t.fr?v ........
After the war; young Church
was finishing his studied at Stan,
ford when the University of Haw.
aii was celebrating its fortieth an.
niversary and invited a team from
Stanford to debate' statehood. The
Hawanans r specified that ; feeling
was so.-strong -fortatehood in
Hawau that .no one there could
possibly take the negative side.
Therefore, the Sf 'n-d boys -had
to argue,, against .-hond. t
: "We Studied,,!; s ,9 Ih
now Sliator" fro.4.. 1 1 alio, iw
looked up every pos ie argument
against statehood, finally decided
wdwere on the wrong side. -We
pame up with an alternative dlaa
pf ommonweaUh status for a.
wah and Alaska and,, put ud a
terrific argument before a pas.
sionate crowd, We lost. J
i."E.ver since that time"," s t y 1
Church, "I have been a vigor
ous- advocate of, statehood for. Al
laska and Hawaii."
a, t.ij 1
If iaVine Johnson
Kf A Siart Cerrtspendent
' HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu Exclu-1
1 Exclu-1 srvely Yours: The Army that
plucked Elvis Presley away from
;,his teen age fans is about to re-
lease "Son of Lucky," a young
?" f tilow who may be destined lor
-: even greater warbling fame.
Gary Crosby's 'last day in kha kha-;!ki,
;!ki, kha-;!ki, May 13, after two years' serv serv-'ice,
'ice, serv-'ice, means launching day for a
'-"kie show business career in mo-
9 'Vies, TV and recordings.
(Big Crosby's eldest, who uses
to call himself "Son of Lcky,
makes his movie debut in 'Mardi
Gras," with Pat Boone, and
there's a Jgood chance he'll, sign
i, 20th Century-Fox starring con.
. tract in June after warbling on
.'-"Boone's TV show and at the Loc-i
jjdon Palladium h v e.
f Hush-hush 'plans at Fox: Co-i
stardom for Big and Gary in a
BIG movie. v J
on' Singer Johnny Mathis was just
the type for "The Johnny Mathis
"' Story," which goes before the
f cameras in August. Flashbacks
vwill show him as a champion jun.
t 'loi college high jumper. Dean
"Martin, -prodded by- a pal, drop drop-i'ped
i'ped drop-i'ped in on a Jerry Lewis rehears rehearsal
al rehearsal for some "What's new?'Vchat-,-ter
before Jerry's London Palla-
dium click. Now you can get bet.
cter odds on a possible reteaming.
!' Sight I'm sorry J couldn't see in
' London: Jerry on the street in
bowler hat, monocle and walking
o .stick.- On an "off-stage he open-
? imr a large crack.' in the vaunted
British reserve; -5 '
ON THE i SET: A i Idudpeaker
wails a blue jazz number be be-'
' be-' tweefl scenes of "I Want to Live"
in which Susan Hay ward plays
,i murderess Barbara G r a h a m,
;'Moomed to die in the gas cham-'-.i-ber.
i Director Bob Wise has ; ; word
riiifor the sad wails. .!--',.',.' ."i. t
1- "It's music," he tells mt, 'Tor
I i. actors to suffer by."
Sign over a 24.inch-hlgh d 6 o r
i built ior laughs on v. the. set of
....."Darby O'GiU and the Little
,,'wPeopIe," the vDisney Irish movie:
.4 "Jot' Leprechauns Only." v-
.2 ISS PARKER and I'tiongime
gal pal Marcie Rinehart called off
marriage plans. .Ronnie Burns,
who helps George and Gracie
with their TV laughs, will play
a killer in a stanza of the drama
tic "No Warning" series in early1
June. Its producer Al Simons
off-beat casting idea he believes
TV should encourage. . .Show
biz first timers in the new Who's
Who include Julie Andrews, Kirk
Douglas. Phil Silvers and Law
rence Welk. -.
Terry Moore is joining the
rock 'n' roll singers with twj
recordings, "The Shape I'm .In"
and 'What's the Matter, Baby?"
. .Jack Carson's cutting a rec
ord, too, with the year's wildest
title 'Take Back Your Heart, I
THE WITNETf Joe E. Lewis in
l : r r . , i
ins new l.05 vegas aci. i nave
to speak slowly I lost my bridge
on the River Kwai."
This Is Hollwood, Mrs. Jones:
Movie "Crime"' wave influence on
a local stripper: She's now billing
nerseu as jonn uimnger Pub.
lie Anatomy No. 1.
Errol Flynn's wife, Pat Wy Wy-more,
more, Wy-more, is wowing Las Vegas stay,
uo-lates.' Her night club act in
eludes singing and torso-twisting"
in a filmy slave girl costume. Er.
1 111 a . .-
roi wouia love u u ne a 1 ever
stay, home,' He's now" in Afriea
worKing m a movie.
CHICAGO (V?) Cambna;e
College in England and the Uni
versitv of Chicago battled to a
draw in the world's first interna
tional intercollegiate mind read read-ing
ing read-ing meet.. -.
No one could make up his mind
"Our senders may not have
been too strong," Larry Victor,
Schenectady. N.Y., said Tuesday
meht.- "Then again, maybe their
receivers weren t fully tuned rn.
It's sort of hard to tell exactly
what went wrong.
"These results, of course, are
not conclusive. 1 Steve Abrams
Chicago, who ran the American
half of the meet. said. "Scores
have to be- analyzed and re,-ana.
lyzed. Then we analyze ute analy
' Tom Glynn,' Montreal, Canada,
a third member of the Chicago
crew, said the laws of chance
would allow either side tt f cor
rectlv choose 50 out of 250 cards.
; "OUr opponents at Cambridge
wound up with an average of
about 47." Victor said. "They
came out worse than the laws of
Cambridge and Chicago each
supplied 10 receivers and' one
sender to the meet. The sender
would concentrate on a card
sized symbol and the receivers,
across the ocean, would write
down what card itwas. 1
The symbols were a star, a cir.
cle, a square, a cross and waves.
3 Hot bread
9 Seeing device
S Like two p al alia
ia alia a
12 Sacred image
15 Final stage of 10 Of the ear
mitosis 11 Holds back
17 Edge 16 Breath oj life
18 Drawing room 20 Inclines
19 Slanted 22 Declaim
type (pi.) 1 24 Kind of bomb
21 Mexican 25 Veritable r
laborer 26 Shredding
23 Legal matters
24 Lawyer (ab.)
- or Minor
29 High- cards
32 Emotional -r
shock . '.
36 Stayed longer
41 Worm v
42 Work unit
44 Roman date
46 Chase v
58 Light brown
59 English (ab.J
6 1 Arrive1 1
30 Love god
31 Places :
40 Repeat signs
43 Invited person 52 Essential
45 Of itiund being
46 Top of head 55 Soak flax
4S of Capri
Hdy Grants Visa
To Post Ezra Pound
ROME (UP) r- Italy has grant,
ed a visa to American poet Ezra
Pound, recently released from a
Roberta Sherwood is the late mental hospital in" Washington,- D.
funHsto for "The Mrie Dress ) C, informed sources said. Wednes Wednes-ler
ler Wednes-ler Story." .... 1 MGM's. latest I day.1
budget figures on "Ben u r, Pound was returned to the Unit.
starling may is in Italy, add up
to 14 million dollars. . .1 ronr
pill for today: .The two latest TV
audience survey reports put only
one Emmy winner, Gunsmoke,
in the tor 10. Biggest Puzzler:
Dannv Thomas'- Show in fifth
place in one poll, in 10th place
on the other." -.
, GREENVILLE, N.C.. (UP) A
theatre whose marquee adver advertised
tised advertised the movie; 'Don't Go Near
the Water." was r surrounded
yesterday by waters of the blood,
itig Tar River. :
ed States after World War II and
placed in the hospital where he
spent the past 12 years. The U.
S. government decided 'not to
prosecute him on treason charges
after doctors said he never would
be well enough to stand trial.
Pound was charged with broad,
casting anti American propa propa-gand
gand propa-gand frpm Italy during World
No date has been set for
Pound's tripi to Italy, but his
daughter, Mrs.- Mary Pound Rae.
hewiltz, 35, said she hoped her
father would come to her- home
at Merano "as soon as, possible." C
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THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON
ENTERTAIN FOR IX GEN. AND MRS. GA1THER
The British Ambassador nd Lady Henderson entertain entertained
ed entertained at a dinner party Thursday evening in honor of the
Commander-in-Chief, Caribbean Command, Lieutenant Lieutenant-General
General Lieutenant-General and Mrs. Ridley Gaither.
Guests included the Charge d' Affaires and Mrs. Acly,
the Right Reverend Bishop and Mrs. R. H. Gooden, Cok and
Mrs. Willys E. Lord, Capt. and Mrs. James R. Lawrence, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Doel, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. B. Rlmmington
and the Second Secretary of the British Embassy and Mrs.
David Newman. ; ;.-
Diplomatic Corps Entertains
For Mr. and Mrs. Aquiline, doyd
The foreign Minister o ir ana anama
ma anama ana Mi. Aquilino Boyd will
be honored guesu at a oanquet
at the Union Quo this evening.
Hosts will memuers oi uie Dipioin
atics Corps in Panama and their
wives. :. 1
Itlfian Ambassador Entertains
At Dinner At Embassy Yeterday
The Ambassador of Italy in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mrs. Mario Majoli en.
tertained a group of friends at a
dinner in the Embassy residence
Ecuadorian Ambassador Host
' it nlmw Tiwcdav :
The Ambassador of Ecuador in
Panama andJMrg." Hugo Monca.
yo were hosts at a dinner at the
Embassy on Tuesday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Vallarlno Entertain
For Ma. Gen. and Mr. Harold
Dr. and Mrs. J. I. Vallarino
entertained at a dinner attheir
Bella Vista home yesterday even,
in in honorof 31aj. Gen. and
Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold.
For The Finest
.:. 1 In
' Val St
Mr. and Mrs. Weatherford
Feted At Dtsptdida Banquet
Mr. and Mrs. Weatheford will
be honored guests at a despedida
banquet given at the Panama
Golf Club by the employes of the
Panama Cement Co. Mr. Weat Weatherford,
herford, Weatherford, who has been -, general
manager of the company for the
past 12 years, is leaving with Mrs.
! Weatherford for the United States
where they will make their home.
Dr. and Mrs. Liszt -
Visiting In Panama
Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Liszt are
visiting in- Panama and are the
house guests of .Mrs. and Mrs.
Nathan Sharp. Mrs; Liszt was a
resident of Panama ... for many
years and has returned to attend
the forthcoming Bar Mitzvah cer ceremony
emony ceremony of- her grandson, David
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To Test All Women
For Female Cancer
MADISON; Wis. (UP) 1 The
Wisconsin State Laboratory of
Hygiene has announced plans for
an all-out attack on cancer ot me
cervix and uterus by testing ev ev-ery
ery ev-ery woman in the state 20 years of
ape or older.
Dr. William Stovall, laboratory
director, said the Papanicolau
test to detect the presence of can cancerous
cerous cancerous growth has been used for
the past 12 years on a local level
but that Wisconsin- would be the
first to olace it on a state-- wide
basis. The test was dicovered in
1915 bv Dr. George Papanicolau.
Dr. Stovall said tests in Wiscon Wiscon-sin
sin Wiscon-sin for the past two years usin?
this method on three per cent of
the female population uncovered
127 first-stage cancerous condi
tions of the cervix or uterus. Two
thirds of these cases were cura curable
ble curable bv surgerv and the remain,
der ar classed as probably cur.
able, one of the women had any
prior Indication of cancer, he
- The laboratory litnow seeking
to recruit a number of trained
technicians to carry out the test-
- lack aotice for Incliisioa la this
columa should ba submitted M
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th boa aumber listed daily la "So "Social
cial "Social sad Ofbarwise," or delivered
fcsid fo the office. Notice of
Meetings cannot ba acceate d by
talrphoM. ...... ...
Ft. KahHa fWirfti-V Wivaa V
Sponsor Kobbo Happy Hour 1
The Fort Kobbe OificeT's Wives
Club is sponsoring a 'Hawaiian
Happy Hour for Fort Kobbe Of Officers
ficers Officers and their friends this even.
ing from 5 until 7 o clock at the
Fort Kobbe Officert Club. The
Hul 0. Hawaii Combo will play
during the Happy Hour. Members
and guests will were Hawaiian
Atlasticilda PTA Will
Hold Last Meeting Monday
The Atlantic side Parent-Teach-
ers Association, will hold their last
meeting of the year Monday at
7:30 p.m. in the South Margarita
school library. i
Mew Officers will be Installed
and the Cristobal High School un under
der under the direction of Mrs. Clara
Jorstad will conduct a string, en
semble. Solos will be rendered
by members of the group. All
members are urged to attend.
IAWC Installation Luncheon
The Colon Unit of the Inter Am-
erican Woman's club will hold its
annual installation luncheon May
?4 at the Hotel Washington. A
cocktail hour will begin at 12 o' o'clock
clock o'clock and luncheon will be serv.
ed promtly at 1 p.m. The lun
cheon will honor the incoming
president, Mrs. Luisa Ventura,
and the retiring president, Mrs.
Porotby Gorin. i ;., "...
' Reservations may be made by
cauing tne Hotel Washington no
later than May 23. All members
are urged to be present. The Iincb
eon will be $2.00. Those who
signed the reservation list at the
general meeting on May 12 will
not need to ciill the hotel.
Society Meets Tonight ;
The Banana Stevedore Indepnd Indepnd-ent
ent Indepnd-ent Society is having a general
meeting at the Paraiso Lodge this
evening at 7:30. All members are
urged to attend.
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nounced that it has reached full-
scale production in one of : its
plants of high-energy fuels for
the Air." Force and Navy. The
company also announced it is
producing in small quantmtei a
so'id rocket fuel made of boron
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ONE OF THE FOUR TROPHY WINNERS last night at Llona,
Sears' Graduation Day Dapce was Miss Winky Richard, .daugh .daughter
ter .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Kichard of Las Cumbres. Other win
ners -were Ross Browa (seated in center), Ann Elmore and
Stephen Diamond. Appearing in the photo are Mrs.1 Sears,
and Marilyn Slotkln (extreme .right) who Nvas mistress of
ceremonies. Bob Mikulich acted as master of ceremonies for
the affair which was held at the Amador VFW Club. r
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MAJ. ROBERTO PERALTA, commanding officer' of the Chem Chemical
ical Chemical Corps Tropic Test Activity, USARCARIB, presents a check
for $100 and an outstanding performance award to Mrs. Norine
Sanchez, who is employed as a clerk-stenographer bjMhe U.S. U.S.-Army.
Army. U.S.-Army. Mrs. Sanchez lives at Ninth Street, Parque : Lefevre,'
. y Panama City. (U.S. Army Photo)
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RECEIVES RESERVE COMMISSION Sp3 Thomas N. Belding,
personnel specialist in the of ficers'f records branch of the U.S.
Army Caribbean Adjutant General's Office, receives congra congratulations
tulations congratulations from" Col.r C. A. Beall, Jr., UUSARCARIB adjutant
general,' after being sworn Into the Reserves. He received a
commission as a second lieutenant in the Adjutant General's
CorpsBeldlng who makes his home in Harrodsburg, Ky., has
;l ; been in the command for the past 13 months.
-s ' (U.S. Army Photo)
1 HE NO LIKE He hates this sort of thing in a movie, that
is. He's Ray Danton with his arms around his wife and co co--
- co-- actor, Julia Adams. Ray thinks husband and wife love scenes
are risky and can imperil the marriage. So in their new pic-
tare, -''Flag Over Tarawa,", another .guy romances Julia, who
V will have nothing to do with Ray. And that's okay with Ray Rayon
on Rayon the movie set, that is.- v"
MRS. H. D. SCHEIBLA, founder of the Inter-American Women's Club, was feted at a coffee-",
given by the club Wednesday morning at the Tivoll Gue.st House Among those attending!
were (left to right) Mrs. Charles O. Bruce, Miss Cecilia Heurtematte, Mrs. Robert McGrath
Mrs. Thomas Oglesby (pouring), Mrs. Mario Guardla Jaen, Mrs. Bruce Carpenter, Mrs. Schel- ?
bla, Mrs. Louis Gomez, Mrs. Harold Sander and Mrs. Earl Gerrans. -i J
tten Tl;::l Crabs
Wedding Covn; I1Y
Store Rcpkcei II
NF.W VORTT (VV A thief
nearly turned Mary McCarthy's
four-year-old dream into a night
Mary, 21, Js a Bronx girl jwho
works as a secretary and sup supports
ports supports her family with her $65-a-week
salary. But, like many
another girl, she wants a wed.
ding fit for a queen.
For four vears. t Marv h a s
scrimped and saved for h e rj
marriage to Williarar Burke, .28,
rort t,ee, in.j.
She has gone without lunches,
walked instead of paid bus fare
and gone without the little lux.
uries, so she could have a wed.
ding gown and a trouseau.
Marv wound ud her shonnins
yesterday by buying a $300
wedding gown, it .took ner weeits
to find just what she wanted."
She and Burke put her pur
jhasp in his ctfr vfisterdaV
night. They stopped on the way
home to order tneir weaaing
cake. Burke caretuuy locKea ine
They were gone only 10 mini
utes. When they returned, Mary's
beauti:ul white wedding gown was
She burst into tears, too grief grief-stricken
stricken grief-stricken to speak. ,
Whenflier mother, Mrs. Julia
McCarthy, heard the news, she
"She ; was so wonderful," Mrs.
McCarthy sobbed. "I don't- see
why it really i should have hapT
pened to her. It was a sacrifice:
but a girl wants everything the
best for her wedding."
When ofiicials of the Fifth Av Avenue
enue Avenue store where Mary bought
her dress (Best and Co.) heard of
her plight, they offered to replace
the gown, as a wedding present,
i Mary, her mother and her fi fiance
ance fiance went to the store this
morning for the dress.
"This is just like the one I or.
dered.r' Maryv said. "Everyone
has been so wonderful."
So, on Saturday, Mary's dream
' will coe true. She ; and Burke
will be' married in the Holy Spirit
Church in the Bronx.
Agreed To Set Up
MANILA (UP The United
States and the Philippines an
nounced yesterday they have
agreed to set up a mutual de.
fense board to develop and im.
prove military cooperation be.
tween the two nations.. r
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f.v ..Huiivuubbiiivuii AVUVtTUU Oil
exchange of notes between acting
foreign secretary 'felixberlo Ser Serrano
rano Serrano and U. S. Ambassador
Charles E. Bohlen.
It said the agreement marked a
major step in security and de defense
fense defense collaboration between the
United States, and the Philippines
in the joint effort to improve
existing security add defense
VThe purpose' of this board is
Toronto Cops Hunt
Man Who Robbed
TORONTO (UP) Poltc r
Searched vpstprrinw fnr nattilv
dressed bandit who ambushed
and pistol-whipped Rafael Adler,
40, a diamond merchant, before f
robbing ; him of about $30,000
worth of gems and escaping fronr
to provide continuing intergovern.
mental machinery for direct liai liaison
son liaison and consultation between an.
propriate Philippine : and U. S.
authorities on military matters of
mutual concern," the announce,
ment said. ,v
' It disclosed that a Philippines'1
military liaison officer would heif 1
assigned : to the staff of bas ;
commander in major U. S. mil;T,
tary bases in this country.
MOSCOW (UP) President
Gamal Abdel Nasser of the Unit,
ed Arab Republic conferred at
the Kremlin yesterday with Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchov
and top Soviet leaders. Nasser, on
a tour of Russia, went to the
great Kremlin palace for the talks
accompanied by his : aides. With
Khrushchev on the Soviet side
were President Klimenti Voroshil Voroshil-ov
ov Voroshil-ov and Foreign Minister 'Andrei
.v. DRAMA AND THRILLS CROWD
"rHir Ann rnriFinriTiAi
GREAT WEEKEND" RELEASE starts TOMORROW"
at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre
A hard-hitting expose of tabor union racketeers, Peerless
Production's "CHICAGO CONFIDENTIAL" releases TOMOR-
ROW, Sunday' and Monday at "DRIVE-IN" through United
Artists. The picture which stars Brian KEITH and Beverly
GARLAND, with Beverly TYLER, Dick FORAN and Elisha
COOK heading a- fine supporting cast, tells the story of a
state's attorney's fight to clean up the ruthless element
that has infiltrated into the labor unions. The fine script :
by Raymond TjxMARCUS Is based on the best seller by Jack 1
LAIT and Lee MORTIMER. '. Advt.
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eelist BU!v Graham says Vice
President Richard M. Nixon "is
to be commended for the cour courage
age courage and poise which he has shown
in the Venezutlan riots."
(But the noting, he said, is a
"rumble of .the beginning of a
world-wide organized anti-Amerl.
can wave which I have recog.
nired during my travels over the
"We need a quick, drastic re-
appraisal of the motives behind
our foreign aid," he told an au
CAR BATTEHIES &-ACCESS0H1IS
dience of 15,400 at the Cow Palace
Tuesday night. "We need a new
psychological approach to the
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ALBERT SHOCKNESS prater) is ""'recelved
-having accumulated 50CV hours av d acquired 500
' S5 for0!? yes SttuSB. Sosa St., Panama
5 1 IT
By MARY SMITH
1' wonder if you missed ltfV coL
umn last week? You did? Good.
' 'mat makes me feel much better.
My problem isvthat I am a
member of ust about -the great great-est
est great-est senior class that Balboa High
School has ever seen and we have
been so busy with our activities
lately that I just plumb forgot to
t in,trm you, "the readers, of them.
However, I am back again and
full of informative happenings.
r Last week the elections were
htfra for Student Association, pres.
ident and vice-president. The tor tor-timate
timate tor-timate fellows who were elected.
and I am certain that they .shall
Gd a ime job, were president,
Solly Tousieh, and vice-president
B4i Archibald. Congratualtions fel-
i u,ct nhi i almost foreot. ,T n e
v tvLo 3ovely' air' pf.icient secrets-,
nti Chosen t these f el
.&..-; nvi vr : are Kathy u
ami .(Mary V atson.
iutsday afternoon was "M
day for quiU a number of kid.
V It wn the day of the Junior
senior frolic held after school.
oadt of kids turned out for
tU fun and wo really had a ttr.
rlfie time showing those lower
juniors who is the better class.
Games such as basketball,, yol.
I.yball, Softball and a tug of
war were arranged. The Doys
competing against the boys and
' gjrls against the girls.
'. Wednesday" was senior-dress up
and also Awards Day. No .one
" . .!..,? inciHp nf the school
:, until the seniors nao raw f --nhn,
jntn thfi school to the
"';:" .nr-f Mr. Herr's ht
n. Roinu rirpss.uo day.
tire kids Teally went out tor n
' The eals wore sundresses, chem
ises or sacxs, cocuwm
sifmmer cottons, winter suits, an
sheaths, au sons ui :
oItivpk wpre m style.!-.
frha Allows really looked nice
thoir miits and ties. There was
every color, of coat-.imaginable;
' rii, BandPi' rather pur
plish color coat to Roger Mil.
lion ligni. greeu
At 10 a.m. tne enme i"
was dismissed to go to the gym
for the .Awards Day assembly
which lasted about one nour aim
40 minutes. The many awards giy giy-en
en giy-en are far too numerous tov men men-tion,
tion, men-tion, but I shall say 'that 'Joan
Dimpfl and Don Randel received
the most.; Joanie received a $750
scnoiarsnip ana oue
ceived a $1500 scholarship. Good
' work gals, and. congratulations! 1
' Last but not least On Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, was the senior ROTO- re re-view.
view. re-view. I honestly. enjoyed it the
most of all we have had this year
, and think it was the nicest. Our
cute little battalion sponsor, Jack Jack-ie
ie Jack-ie Dunn, cried as she said good-
bye to leuow senior caueis. i
thought it was really -a beautiful
v By the way, on Tuesday, tho
Future Teachers 'of America.
Club held their last meeting for
this year and their sponsor,
Miss Stindt, awarded pins to
, those girls e arning them.
. Speeches were given by Caro.
line Zirkman, Fairl Skinner,
- Nancy Swensori, and Christine
Huff. Parents and a few faeul.
.... I. I. J I tMl.i4.J
and refreshments, were served.
The entire afternoon party was
. quite a success.-
Tonight is the night of,
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? tne senior party 10 do neia ai uie
. Elks Club in Balboa 'rom 7 to
11.'. I understand that it is infor informal
mal informal and hamburgers, and cokes
will be-served. A loor show will
'. be )ut on by members of the sen senior,
ior, senior, c ass irr the form of a talent
. show. Some' of the entertainers
will be JLuchita Burrillo, Roger
' Million, master of ceremonies is
Terry CoriaH," Raul Barbara," Joe
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Nforth East South
Pass t ...Pass. 1N.T,,
Pass "Pass J Pass
' Opening lead
. B OSWALD JACOBY
The came was duplicate and
there was a little more to the bid
ding of the hand than meets the
eve. East nassed over JNortn s
onenine diamond bid but only
after prolonged study, lie stud
ied even more ? before let 1 1 n g
South Dlav one no-trumo.
At other tables East actually
bid -.his hearts- whereupon North
usually became- declare r at
spades and made tnree odd,
Asainst the normal club open
ing South can only make two no-
trump and East s failure to gey
into tne blading wouia na n pro
duced a good score for his sid".
Unfortunately for East -on tms
occasion, he bad a rather unetm
cal partner. West said to 1 hnn
self. ."What can my partner be
thinking of bidding?". The ob obvious
vious obvious answer was hearts and
West opened the five of hearts.
East took his ace and returned
the nine. South won with the king
and led the king and seven -of
diamonds. West could still have
held declarer to tw no-trump by
splytting the diamond honors but
West .hoped that his partner
would hold the diamond ten.
South let the seven ride and
noted East's discard of the nine of
clubs. He decided that school was
out and he naa better cash ms
spades, the high heart and to do
this and wound up making three
no-trump tor a very good score.
Q The bidding has been:
South West North East
14 Double Redbl. Pass
You, South, hold:
46 VA65 KQ8764 K94
What do you do?
A Bid two diamonds. This
bid shows food diamonds and no
desire to doable the opponents at
The bidding continues with
Itwo spades by West and double'
Dy norm, fcasi passes. Ynav u
lyou do now? m. : -,
Answer' Tomorrow '4
TURKS .RECOGNIZE ALBANIA
ISTANBUL, Turkey (UP) The
lurkish government yesterday
formally .recognized Communist
Albania, ending' a break in rela
tions' that began- shortly aftei
World War II. The government
announced" the two countries weru
exchanging ; ministers. They had
broken off relations after Gen
li-nver noxna came to power in
Albania at the end of the war
Trowerf Joan Dimpfl, Joan Law.
ler, Margie Reiman, The Tliree
Belles, consisting of Eileen Dam
ereau, Doitie Rose, and Fair ee
Skinner; and a small conjunto,
After that there will be dancing.
: 'Tomorrow; .there will' be seniors
in the halls on their, way to take
the college entrance examination.
Whem! I'lrrgad that isnot me
Laming, 1 finance and accounting officer,' USARCARIB, for
a certificate of membership in the "500 Hour" club. This club;
or more hours of sick leave. Shortness has worked for the VS.
City. Some of his co-workers are shown inbjpgi
ThA fabulous true story of the
nun mariA mnnnK. -incoudin2 sput
nik, is told in "Atound the World
in QfKMinntps "i one of the books
placed in circulation' this week by
ronal 7nnp. library.
This immensely reaaame dook.
Is a clear and meticulously sound
fcilW- - ...
sag of science oy uavm
, pified .. and experienced
writer and a trained scientific .and
f The titles ana, aumors w- uie
books announced by the Library
this, week follow:
i nom FICTI6N i Cindy anol 1
krtams- English forv Adults. Got
tlieb, The Caribbean, 'Henlej The'
Ijins Koad BacK. ijecomte v uu
tairp in T,nvp. Mitford: Teach your
wife to a Widow,' Rogers: Liberal
Democracy. Salvadori: Women
and Sometimes Men, Scott.Max.
well: Merry England, Searle; First
Blookw Swanberg; uarms ana vi,
version's, y Thurber: Saint Berna-
dette. TrounCer: and Around the
World "in 90 Minutes. Woodbury.
: FICTION-r The" Winter House
Abbe; The Man who (Broke Things,
Brooks f The Ten Thousand Things
Dermout ; The sunmai, j acicson
The Isle of rPrinces.' Ozbekhan
The Old Man and the ; Sky, ; For
tune: The Finishing Stroke, Queen
and WallAgainst jhe Night, Shroy
'; CHILDREN'S BOOKS, The
Black Stallion Mystery,. Farley
Homer Price." ; McCloskey: Conn.
no Mfllvprn'u Mother Goose. Mo
ther Goose; The First Woman Doc
tor. Baker: Knrghts and- Castles
and feudal liiie, tsuenr; xoDy,
Gates J Going to School, Hildreth;
Lassie tfome Hoim.l' Knight: Se
cret Places' Sharp,. and All About
the Arctic and- Antarctic, bperry;
NEHRU PLANS BOOK
NEW' DELHI.' India (UP)
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
will use his forthcoming vacation
n Kulu vallev to edit his. corres
pondence with Internationally-
known personalities and bring
it out ; in book form, it was : an
CHIANG WELCOMES SHAH i"
TAIPEI (UP) Shah Moham
med Reza Jfahlevi vof Iran re.
ceived one of the most lavish wet
comes ever granted a visitor by
Nationalist' China when he arrived
hem bv air vesterdav for -a- five.
aay siaie visile rrcsiuem 'uuang
Kai-Shek, dressed in? his general generalissimo's
issimo's generalissimo's uniform, greeted- the 38
year-old ... Shah while 24 Chinese
jet bombers flew- over th airport
in an aerial salute.
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Lt. Col.. SIMMONS
' Senior' soloist for the C a n a 1
rnn -Tnmnr: Colleee ... Community
Chorus' presentation of Haydn's
"The Creation," which will t be
given next Tuesday night will be
Lt. Col. Franklin. IB. ', Simmons,
Jr., above, commanding officer of
the Quarry; fleigntt. nase.. f
' "The Creation" "will be." given
In th natlo of the Balboa elemen
tary school. If weather permits
the audience will M the stars,
but if rain falls, the audience will
be able to retreat under the roof,
ed walkways which border .the
natlo' The performanca will be-
gin at 8 p.m.
Nn udmUslon Is to "be charged
and the public is invited. Small
children should not attend, be.
cause of the length ot tne pro-
pram, ana nioer cnuaren snuuiu
remain witn tneir parenis ouruij
the presentation t
.Simmons will be one of three
soloists for the production. Also
taking part'wiirbe the chorus,
of about 60 voices, and a small or.
chestra to supplement the music
of the organ.
1 1 (
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Wl t.'d bd.li, I lilf-ifi
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"America needs to repent of Its
sins as a nation and we are
guilty of many."
, one of the troubles of. Ameri Americans
cans Americans serving overseas. Graham
said, is that they gather in their
own exclusive clubs and fail to
meet the people.; 7 s
r wnen tommunists 4 go over
seas, they treat the foreigners as
eauais ana we do not. We simply
oner mem more money. n
"Americans are living on an is
land of prosperity. We are not
liked overseas in spite of the bil billions
lions billions we are giving away,"
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IAWC Teurt Industrial
Plants In Panama
Approximately 40 membcri of
the Inter-Amenean Women s Club
and their guests met at the Tivoli
Guest House yesterday morning
for a tour of four industrial plants
in Panama. The trip hid been ar arranged
ranged arranged by Mrs. Dora Bennett,
' chairman of the cultural commit,
tee of the club.
The group visited Duran Coffee
plant, the Isthmian Cigarette fact
ory. the Pascual Biscuit (. and
the National Brewery. They enjoy,
ed a buffet luncheon at the Natio-
; nal Brewery.
Atlantic Bridge Club
Winners of the regular weekly
bridge games played on Monday
evening at the Margarita Service
Center were; first, Mr.- Lorris
Lyon with Mr. Julius Loeb; sec
end. Mrs. Dorothy Sanders with
Mr. Sidney Passailaigue; third,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Milspaugh;
ourth. Mrs. G. A. Tully with
Mr. Cook, and fifth, Mr. and Mrs.
AIRCRAFT EXPORTS UP
1 LONDON (UP) British air.
rraft inrtustrv exDorti this vear
are running at a record annual
rate of 406 million dollars despite
strong American competition, the
Society of British Aircrait con.
structors reported yesterday.
The report said, however, thai
Britain Is experiencing difficulties
tn arranging long term credit
and t said this was "a millstone,
the weight of -which could prove
enppung. v '
RUSH QUAKi AID
HORTA, Azores UP) r- Three
Portuguese warships rushed
yesterday to the island of Fatal
to evacuate residents from that
quake.damaged isle where strong
earth, tremors were reported con"
tinuing. Main damage has been
caused in the north of the isl
where more than 500 houses were
reported to have been destroyed
in ,48 hours. No casualties have
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Crack Trains From
St. Louis To Gulf
ST. LOUIS (UP) The Gulf
Mobile Ohio railroad will seek
to discontinue two Gulf Coast
Rebel trains between St. Louij
and Mobile, Ala.
The company said the two
trains lost about $1,500,000 in 1S5'
In direct and indirect costs be
cause of declining patronage.
The Rebels went into service
in the early 1940s.
Collide On Curve;
CYPRESS, 111. (UP)-A Chicago
ana eastern imnois ireigni u-jun
rounded a curve and struck an
other near here today. One man
was killed and two otners in
jured. Y ; .... .
Tho ApA man 'wit identified
as W. H. Murphy, 51, a brake-man.-
Injured were Paul Currie,
48, an engineer, ana u. id. mmn,
50 a hrlfmn All were from
Salem, 111., and were members
of the crew of the same train.
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Announcing the First Presentation of the
"QUEEN OF PANAMA" Candidates
. at a Dance in the BELLA VISTA
? SATURDAY, MAY 24, 8 :30 P.M.
THE QUEEN OF PANAMA will get a frtt round-trip to Miami for,
2 parson, via APA, all expenses paid .while in Miami, a case. of. Larucoma v
cosmatics and'dreesei from Felix B. Maduro...' and will represent x :f
Panama at the QUEEN OF THE1 AMERICAS Beauty Pageant,' to be Keld
the city of Miami, June 11-24, 7" 'N f ''
Participants will be presented during TWO Fashions Shows
(May 24, 81) modeling dresses from Felix B. Maduro.
No bathlnr suits mowed. Hair Styles by Tony
Music, By Clarence Martin's Orchestra
Admission: $1.50 ...... .,
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i A?.! MAX. Jordan (VP) Kins
Saud has ordered .wo Palestinian
min:s.ers dropped from the Saudi
Arabian cabinet, the Mecca Ra Radio
dio Radio reported Thursday night.
A broadcast heard here said
the lour ministers would be
dropped under a Royal decree
making it mandatory that all cab cabinet
inet cabinet members be Saudi Arabian.
It explained that the decree was
made at the request of Saud's
brother, Crown Prince Emir Fai Fai-sal,
sal, Fai-sal, who was appointed prime
minister and (ranted full legisla legislative
tive legislative and executive powers by a
royi decree issued last March
The ,two Syrians aTected were
Sheikh Yousef Yassim and Rash,
ed Pharaon. The Palestinians
were Dr. Ahmed Shukeiry, min.
ister for United Nations Affairs,
and Jamal Husseini.
Under the decree, Saudi cabinet
members now must be bound by
an oath to "'be loyal to my faith,
religion, country and kinj."
It also called for a rnmnlot
organization of the cabinet, rais raisins
ins raisins it to the' level of a ennnrll nf
Under the decree, cabinet mum.
bers will be nominated by the
nremiflr and annnlntrif hv th
king. They will be responsible to
the premier. v
The' cabinet 'also will draw up
policy:Jn the areas of- internal
affairs, foreign .policy, finance,
education and defense and wlil
hold executve powers, the broad broadcast
cast broadcast said. ,y:r,y,--yy
IT, GEN. RIDGLEY GAITHER,' new commander In chief Caribbean Command, troops the line' during- an honor euarrt
ented in his behalf yesterday at Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean, Fort Amador. Following the ceremonv oS,
on Ma. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, UUSARCARIB commanding general, and attended a brieflne at headauarte w. tifSJ-?-
' If you are playing bridge at a
party, don't tell your partner what
he should or shouldn't have done
after be has played a hand. People
don't go to bridge p ar 1 1 e s for
Show what a good player you
are by the way you play your
own hands rather than by ad ad-visng
visng ad-visng others on how they" should
have played theirs.
" 1 """"ys 1
Uitd after every
pttnnts heat rash,
chife and galling,
Clings close, keeps
baby fresh, com
Mediated Mn Skin Cntm htlps kul
inful wnburo. Iu ttatls luutlia mmoOm
Std "dettrgent htndi."
by. MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
ONE moraine durlne vacation
Stan Y. tossed his younger' broth,
er's ball mitt, up a tree. -;;
Later his anzrv mother cot an
idea. She thought; "Why don't w
sena Man away to camp tins sum.
mer? Something's got to be done
about this eternal easing of UiiilO
Maybe separation would break he
habit." -a, ry,.::' ry,.::'-Aiter
Aiter ry,.::'-Aiter Mr. Y. agreed it was a
good idea.' she took it to S t a n
himself. He was bored by the
camp brochures she'd lent for.
He said, "Who wants to go to
dumps like these? I know how to
swim." ?, n i;
If she d shown the brochures to
less belligerent Bud, he'd have
said, !"Gosh, these1 kids.-are hav.
ing a cook-aut v inT the woods!
Why can't I ever go on a cook-
out in some woods, Mom?";
But Mrs. Y. didn't show the
brochures to Bud. Instead she be
gan a campaign to sell resisting
Stan the charms of summer
camps, : t,
WHY didn't It occur to her to
send tractable Bub to' camp and
keep troublesome Stan at home?
Because she herself wanted re
lief from Stan's troublesomeness. i
Which is fine with me. It's heal.
thy to want relief from the strains
Of living with a too.angry ; child.
But his anger is only too apt to
be his belief that we don't want
him. sb we don't get' relief from
It by sending mm away from us
-and confirming his impression,
; Like that of many other 1 first,
born children, Stan's troublesome,
ness is rooted in tha oldest child's
immemorial conviction. "My moth.
had my brother, because she
was dissatisfied with me."
THE parents of difficult first,
born children know this In their
bones. Our trouble Is, we don't
want to be bothered becoming
conscious of what we know. -i
So we can't think, "AU right,
this summer I'll act on what I
know.. We'll send, agreeable, Bud
to camp and keep disagreeable
Stan at home where I' can give
him extra time and attention. .If
I trust the sincerity of my wish
to be relieved of his troublesome troublesomeness,
ness, troublesomeness, perhaps it will be granted
and I'll be shown the way to con,
vince-Stan that he is is satisfying
as his brother."
Unfortunately, some of us dis.
like laboring for what we want.
So we'll keep confident Bud at
home' and send aggressive, un un-confident
confident un-confident Stan to, camp for oth,
era to labor over- We may. have
fun. But is that re'ief? f p
No, ma'am.' ' c
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questions," says a pamphlet
vertising : a course jnbett
"So, of course, I set about read. ENISQN, Tet- (VP)A driver
Ing and answering ihu questions. ,ana 16 passengers sat helplessly
i was aoing prewy well, too, un.
ui i came to tnis one: "in conver- norror as a mother
lation, do peolpe break In and in- (k er- biby were electrocuted
terrupt you, or do they always let r, 1,18 ;?urt"Ent, from a 2,400-volt
.,. ...u. ..... ... POWer -linn hrnUn 1. L
you finish what you are saying?"
Doi thev mean whpn T'm tallr.
ing to men? Or to-women" It
manes a Dig difference. Men near,
ly slways let you finish a sen.
tence, Women almost never do.
- Take my sewing club, for ex.
ampfe. Tver belonged to it for
years. We are a small group and
we are all fond of each '.other.
But do we ever let anyone fin.
Ish a story without interrupting?
Of course not. We all want to talk.
And we all want to have our say
on every subject. So we interrupt.
We raise our voices to get a word
la edgewise, The conversation be.
comes a verbal tug of swar. -s
IF you can grab the advahtage
juu uv. Ajiyune suung uacK wail.
Ing for a lull in- the conversation
in order to have her say might as
well go home. ,v
.That's how it 'is when a bunch
of women get toge.her. Everybo Everybody
dy Everybody wants, to talk and, nobody real;
ly wants 'to listen,-So yoir have to
interrupt if you want to get in your
own two Rents'' worth.
There' 311st' oner way "Of fioldlng
the floor Vheh you are with a
group of women.. And speech les.
SjOh won't help you at alL f
Thp nnlv wnv vnn aq. tvi oVa nfl.
J vv v,i man, vvu.
er women listen without interupt.
ing until, you've had your say is
to know a piece of gossip not an.
Other soul ih .the crowd has heard.
And that, come to think of it,
may be. the reason -why women
enjoy spreading gossip. A' nic?
bit of scandal gives them 1 rare
opportunity to talk without being
uho an expensive nome or a real The new propanoa ovenora
estate executive early today, ter- formerly was editor of the of
rorized the family for a half-hour ficial Communist' Party news.
aim eatapeu witn aau.uw m cash, paper iravaa and tnt govern,
jewelry and furs. . mCnt organ, Izvestia. In his
"Thev thfiatn(1 tn till .-.. it
we : didn't tell them where the
jewelry was," said Irving Doe Doe-mar,
mar, Doe-mar, owner of the house.
j -"".Ma uus toaay and
atcned m horror as mth.
Pfr broken Jn the crash.
iney did not know until tho
mother died that the bus had
The baby was hurled to. thV
rain.SOaked PrnnnH whan tha V,,,.
. ........ M4V HUB
nit a tree and split in two. Whe
ine imam tried to crawl back to
the bus. It died in a shower of
Sparks.. : -v.-- '::, I- i
.The mother, J Mrs.' Shirley
Stith, 23,- of Fort Worth, was -killed
when she stepped to the
ground in an effort to rescue her-18-month-old
baby, MelamV Jane.
Bus driver James A. Stowe, 3T,
also started to leave the front
door to get the baby but received
a shock and jumped back favsido.
He' tested thn frama with l'naul'at
,"-.4 ed. tools found it electrified, and
uiucreq me passengers la remain :
W their seats.,;;,.;:-.
" While they "watched 'helplessly,
the baby, kicking and crying Jn
the heavy rain, squirmed over- a
few inches, of groun4 and. touched
the bus.1, :; ;-: -y -f.'-?'y1:--- :
; The passengers werr' forced ,"w
sit in the bus foir nothef 45 min.
utes until the power "was shut, Off
,from .the, line,; Twoof th passten.
gers were injured In' the ci-f sh
itself, one critically'.'"' '. '
Police said Stowe's quick reall.
zation of the lethal trap had pre.
vented the possible death, of other
passengers. . ;
llyichey is NeW ;f
For Soviet Union f
. MOSCOW., (UP)-Leonia1 Il'yl.
chev. veteran Soviet' Foreign
ministry press ? spokesman, ,har
1 ''"- . noun aupiuuiBu vue inicw iiiud.
LnlCaaO ThuaS Nfit andacmeffor the .Soviet Union.
viiiv.uju, lliuya igi autnoritative sources .'disclosed
ihA AAA I II 1
WUUU In Heist
Ilyichev,, the sources said, was
promoted to chief of the press
and propaganda section of the
r .... 1 .a Tk i 1 Ia.
. nwto "tnwiv uuuuj, uiunc iouvir;t yiuiJOftOiau
The new: propanda i overlord
, .1:1 , 1L. v
meni oitjau, uvhu, ,..ui m.
most recent Foreign Ministry post
ne was weiii Known no newsmen
as the official Soviet spokesman
at the Geneve and, Berlin con.
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TIGERISH TEETHING Administering a "boxing" lesson to her cub in the St.louis (Mo.)
Zoo, "PrettyXady" holds down one end ol a paper carton while the youngster chewi on the
other end. Mama tiger teaches' her offspring how lo pounce and kill, using newspapers and old.
boxes put in the cage by a keeper. Lodks like baby is about litter perfect.
lo C3fcrn:I!y :
- 'Formal opening ceremonies .for
the Balboa leen uud wiu uo
: t.nin Hornnntl at the new
Teen Club building pn Roosevelt
Avenue. v ' .
The dedication program wit be-,
ghvat 3:30 p.m.-and at 4 o clock
t i(.i. ) V Pntor will cut a rib-
; bon'and' declare.-the Teen -Club
- open. e ,
An elaborate program; has been
- arranged by the club and its sponr
torine group; 'the Pacific, Youth
Association. JaroesDunn will sefve
as master or ceremonies
t afternoon. ; ;
. "Speakers will be: .Victor Herr,
director of music for Balboa High
School and liaison of ljcer be-,
.tween the, teenagers, and their
sponsors; Ralph levins, the Teen
. Club president; Captain Gatilu
-' fc.ihna Police district com
mander; S. E., Essex, superientd superientd-"enfc
"enfc superientd-"enfc of "schools; T. Hoii.-prin.
t clpal of Balboa High School; Ma Ma-jor
jor Ma-jor B,"A. Parden, chief of the
,. Canal -Zone Police; -James Mar Marshall:
shall: Marshall: assistant to the director of
rivil Affairs- Lt. Gov. Hugh M.
Arnold, and uov. rower. -7- r
.. The Balboa High School Band 1 .0 r
- wcai tonirccicrs
Qscar D'Amil, (above) v who
has been with Kodak Panama,
Ltd., for ?9 years, departed yes-
terdar on a two-week trip to
Rochester, N.J., as a guest of
Eastman Kodak Co headouar headouar-ters
ters headouar-ters of Kodak, in the' States,
D'Amil, actually assistant tales
manager of the company in
Panama, will visit the different
Kodak plants and departments
in Rochester, where' h will
study new photographic Ideal
and the latest techniques.'
WASHINGTON (UP) A con.
gresman said today the prestige
of the Republican Party suffered
during a two-day meeting here of
400 Ivejro leaden.
Rep. Charles c. uiggs jr. ku ku-Mich.),
Mich.), ku-Mich.), who made the evaluation,
said, leading Negro Republicans
participating in the conference
agreed President Eisenhower's
piea for "patience and forbear,
ance" in civil rights matters fell
on deaf ears. i ...
Diggs said he was speaking as
an American and a Negro and not
as a Democrat.
The conference, sponsored by
the influential Negro newspaper
publishers' association, went on
record against the advocates of a
"We are in no mood to be pa
tient,", a policy statement said,
"We join in one united effort for
justice and equality now."
Labor Secretary James P.
Mitchell, the other major repre representative
sentative representative of the administration
who addressed the group, was
heckled by one of the delegates.
Clarence P. Mitchell, Washing,
ton director of the NAACP, chal.
lenged the Cabinet officer'i ver.
sion of why the "teeth'1 were
pulled from ," last year's' civil
rights bill. ."
the secretary said professional
civil rights advocates had aban.
doned stronger legislation. But
Clarence Mitchell shouted "That
it not true" from the audience
Democratic Gov. A. B. (Happy)
tnanaier 01 Kentucky -told the
publishers that the quicker
the Deep South desegregates it
schools, the better. His speech
drew warm applause. ;
sen. John Kennedy (L.
For Patrick Henry
Patrick J. Henry, former em
n?m.. Im K Uf trim tktirskml ttnil
...a I knAiim Ithm IH failHini ,1 P T J y vv. v. ...... v. ma m vim-
siuie n caiuciiiim ciuuiuiie, w
described as'i vigorous backer of
civil rights In six-page mimeo mimeo-graphed
graphed mimeo-graphed document distributed to
5 Americans Drop
Al Soviet Gateway
School ROTS u-
T J:--L.i:.' '.t Alt
(Ill I'l iiJ"
,'; will present the
the Balboa Hlg
: nit, Minder 7l
R. N. Stoke
. snlniat 1
Ofiicers of the Yeen Club and
"members of the Pacific Youth Association-'will
serve as1 a recep reception
tion reception committee. Light refreshmens
will be g'erved. The entire program
will be televised by CFN-TV.
No formal invitations have been
Issued, -but the public is invited
to the dedication ceremonies which
are nlanned .as an "ooen -house"
for Hit .entire community,
Oscar Levant Gets
Broken RiH ',rinq
Quarrel With Wife
HOLLYWOOD (UP Pianist
' Oscar Levant 1 odav nursed a
; 'crck t d rib", near his heart
- which he &nd his we gave, mn,
in domestic ouarrel.
' Doubt that therib was jndeed'
J 4 t 1. ... 1 .If t
; cracKea was voicea uy nus whs ui
. 18 years, the former June Gale.
Sh admitted she gave Oscar a
j "Uttle; push", but she said if. his
rib was cracked it must nave
been "in very poor shane,"
"He's such a hypochondriac,"
she said. f : ',''
The musician felt well enoufih
Tuesday niht to appear on Edrirc
' Fisher's television program. His
sauintingand- grasping at his
heart brought inquiries from view.
;-ers wanting to know if he was. all
Enter Low C!d$
On Tvo CZ Projects'-
E. 0.' Hauke, rthe Pacific Con.
tractors and tho Tropical Paint
Co. entered low bids on two Pana
ma Canal' projects, for which bids
were opened Wednesday afternoon
at Balboa Ilc'ts,
An apparent Jow bid of $8 7 0
was made by Hauke for the a a-roustical
roustical a-roustical treatment of the Canal
Zone library office in the -Civil
Affairs building. Dias and Guardia
entered" the only other bid of $954.
The .work in general-consists
constructing a ; suspended ceiling
system.-the installation of a new
window and -door and the install,
ation of twonew-light fixtures.
The work in-general consists of
constructing 1 a suspended ceiling..
- The Pacific Contractors' made a
low offer of $923 'or the miseelia.
ne6u repairs and apitin of build,
in gNo. IV in the industrial area
in Balboa, tronical Paint was
with a bid of $1,265 for the paint paint-ing
ing paint-ing of building No. S2 in the same
area. ; '"'
AMERICANS- BIO SMOKERS v
WSHfNGTON (UP) -'The In.
t.rn l- Tievenuft' S-srvic vester-
dav renortert Americans paid
taxes on 32.900.000.00U cigarettes
inUtareh. omnred with 31.400,-
nnn non tn ebruarv and over Sa
wlHon in, the. comparable 1957
Tuesday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock
In Gorsas Hospital where he had
been about one; week, He was 80
year old. ;
"A native of Jersey City, N. J.,
Mr. Henry was emnloyed as an
Uiler and, junior engineer for the
Panama Railroad Steamship to.
in 1915 and served with the U.S.
Navy during the First World War
Following his Navy service, he
snent about seven years on U.S.
Shipping Board vessels as a ma.
g W)fV;--,;.-,s-,j-?- i I
He joined the Canal organiza organization
tion organization in 19? as st m 'engineer in
the Dredging Divison, During
World War II, he served as ma
chinery inspector with the, u s
Maritime Commission and was
reemployed by the Canal in 1915
as chie towboat engineer in lUn
Marine Division, a position he held
Upon hi retirement it) 1951. "'
'After his retirement, Mr. Henrv
made his home in Brooklyn. N.Y.
He returned to the Isthmus in Feb
ruarv and had -Wn ,v'sitin hi
daughter Mrs.: Robert Dunn, ofj
Jn addition to hit -'daughter'..! ho:
is survived by ,i jslster,4, toiK.
Charles Reiliy, of Jersey i City..'
Mr. Henry was active in local
Masonic affairs and, was a mem member
ber member of Darien Lodge AF and AM
the Scottish Rite, and. Abau Saad
' Masosic funeral services were
to be conducted by the Darien
Lodge this morning at 10 at the
Scottish RiteTemple in Balboa.
Interment was to fo'low at Corozal
Cemetery, The i family -requested
that.no flowers be aent and that
those who wish may donate to the
':,,:.. ii i I. 1 1
Fred. Sill Receive
n Lcoion Post 1
The monthly meeting of Amerl.
can Legion Post 1 wes held vat
the post home in Fort Amador,
commander Dan fagenia ; presia-
The hitrhllsht of the meeting
was the initiation ; of Woodrow
Spratling and the presentation of
a gold life ; membership card to
Fred de V.- Sill, past 'post and
department commander, ana one
of the original founderi of post
Leaionnarie Si'l received the A-
merican Legion gold medal in
1933 after completing his term as
post commander, and received
gold bar attachments vo me meo meo-al
al meo-al a;ter completing his year ;; as
After completion of tH regular
ment, re reshments were ved
and the delegates to the depart depart-ment
ment depart-ment convention held a caucus un
der the leadership ol wiuam
Swenson. '; "- ,,,',"
For Mdl Ccrrirs :;.
MnKTP.nirKRY. Ala! (UP)
Thirtv.siv of Montieomery's mail-
i.rrir wer hoofinc it again to.
day after almost a year ricung
uieir rounu. ? .1
i.t Julv. noatal officials
Hered that all routes except those
in the business district be given
compact little motorized buggies
known as Maimers, was an-
Postmaster Charles D. Moore
announced Tuesday that the ex
periment was a success except
HELSINKI,, Finland (UP)-rFlve
Americans gave up their "ban.
the-bomb" mission to Moscow .at
tne gaiewby to ine ron curiam
yesterday. They rpoiesieq w bo bo-vlet
vlet bo-vlet Premier Nikita S. Khrush
chev over their failure to receive
Soviet visas and made plans to
flv home, ..,-
- Lawrence Scott, of Fallsington
Pa.., leader of. the group repres
enting the "Non;Violent Action
Affiimt Nuclear Weanons or
sanization said; "This trip has
been: i failure Insofar as wa
failed to oet into Russia.",
The parent non.vioient acuon
organization also, sent a sailing
vessel toward ; the United Statei
atomic testing erounds in the Pa
cific. The vessel, the Golden Rule
was stopped at Honolulu and its
The five Americans -said t
their letters to Khrushchev: s 'It
is obvioua that neither the Soviet
Union nor the United States is
seriously prepared to encourage
the examination of a new course
in International relations."
' The letter registered a "strong
protest against the group'i fail,
ure to eet:visas.;',A-0;'.'!''.:',J''.;,
. The five Americans also Sent
letters to 150 Soviet government
leaden, Intellectuals and univer
sitics. saying "the cold war pow
er maneuvers of both sides can
on'v end in tragedy for all."
- The Americans ; included Mrs
Robert Stone, of Huntington
N.Y.; Morton Ryweck, of New
York: Bavarrt : Rustin, of 1 New
York; and Marvin .Getwirtz, of
hooded for water-two'
1948 OldsmobUe hoods were
welded together by State High-f
way Patrolman, Charles Bever-!
age of Monroeville, Ohio, to
make this 9-foot Ashing boat. I
Beverage, assigned to the Ohio;
Turnpike patrol, spent 12 dol-
lars making the unique craft.!
He's not going to try it on Lake
Erie, but will- use it for river,
and inland lake fishing and'
duck hunting. - v
B E G F G AT G Cl
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makes all the difference .',
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DESTILERIA CENTRAL, S. A.
PANARW, REP, OF PANAMA ;
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS
As 'Own Eulogy'
HOLLYWOOD W? -' Grief.
stricken Red Skelton and his wife.
Georgia, said goodbye yesterday
10 weir 3-year-ow son, Kichard in
simple funeral services at Forest
Lawn cemetery. v
To the last, they had hoped for
a miracle to stop what they both
knew surely must come when
they found out 15 months ago that
pale, red-haired Richard was suf.
fering from leukemia.
ihe miracle never came.
The couple and their daughter
Valentina, 11, sat apart from 120
friends and associates during the
funeral, at ; which Richard was
eulogized as a "special child who
touched many lives."'
Red's friend, actor William
Lundigan, read the eulogy,- which
described the boy i as m own
, What praise can awaken a
sleeping child or explain the
meaning of God'swill7" Lundi Lundi-gan
gan Lundi-gan said.
"A President and a Pope were
hii friends. Hundreds. who never
saw him were ms jnenos. tie
was a special child who touched
many lives." i
Skelton sobbed si'enthr as pa'l
bearerj carried, tbe. small .casket
from the chapel. Mrs. Skelton
Richard was buried with a cru
cifix and rosary which- the Pope
had blessed and sent to him. the
boy considered his audience with
tho rope 1 the nigh point ot his
Skelton is not a Roman, Cath
olic, but his son atteaded a' Cath
Show business friends of- Skel.
ton, including Milton Ber e tilled
in Tuesday night, for the com.
edian on his weekly television
Berle, Donald O'Connor, Jo
Stafford," Sidney Miller, Jimmie
Rodgers, James Arness and Vin.
cent Price participated in the
half.hour Variety show." r
CZNTER OF ATTENTION-Jjnke Kane. 23, seems to be at-'-
trading mbre attention than the instructor in thu class ul, 301
-students at Chicago .'Medical College.: There are 30.0 men in
the class, which perhaps explains why. Janice, from Atlantic
Beach-, N.Y., is the only woman attending the school.- A iormer:
model and artist, she's an honor- Student and first woman
" f--mitr of a national medical fraternity, Fhi Lambda Kappa.,
'""Jsni"? trTS hrr unlriiift rolff in 'stride,' ulthough she remarks, r
"At limes 1 feel like I have 300 big brothers." f
Texnn Piznisl -Receives
Accl:im In Moscow
MOSCOW (UP) Van Cliburn,
the young Texan who won this
year's Tchaikovsky piano contest.
still the apple of Russia's eye
after more than a month in this
Drowns uirneo. out 10 sreci mm
everywhere on hi recent proviru; i
cial tour, whfh took him to Leiu
ingrad, Riga, Kiev,, and Minsk. He
has received more than l ooo tan
letters from all over Russia-;
some of them from ; people who
have never heard play. ;
One of the high pointa of his
tour was an encounter In Minsk;
An 18-year.old Jtiri was waiting
at the railroad station at 2 a.nu
to give Cliburn a bunch of, lilacs
when -he boarded the train. She
asked for his autograph, explain
ing that she had come 50 .miles
to hear hi m play ana then had
been unable to get a ticket to
he concer. ,
Professors at f the :. Leningrad
Conservatorv gave hlrq an album
inscribed "To Van Cliburn, who
has completely captivated the au audiences
diences audiences of Leningrad."
. When he r walked on stage ft
Kiev to play Rachmaninoff's
3rd Concerto, he discovered that
a- fan had placed a bouquet of
artificial flowers at each end m
the niann keyboard.
"Plavini the first movement
was a little confusing," Cliburn
.;. LONDON (UP) : Solicitor Al
bert Anthony Dumont gave. for.
mal notice today that he intendei
to apply for permission to chansa
his name to Anthony Albert Du
-Acroij from old Ancori P.O. Corner of ''J" St. and 4th of July Av.
the incomparable -
;; "LORD COBRA" ;
King of the Calypso,
who will be supported by Guillermo Bright,
internationally famous pianist, and his Trio.
And on Sundays- through
, ThursdaysN t"
1 Panama's Qdecn of the
?. Keyboard. :A'
" : ft1'1"
The Ancon Crill Bar offera
the bst GRILLED MEATS in Panama,
and also a complete variety .of Drinks
servttd by expert bartenders.
The Air Conditioned Ancon Grill is a
, place where a family reunion, a date
with a girl, or Just a friendly, get-to-gether
is most agreeable.1
that too many Mailster$ bad been OLDF ASHION E D IDEA
used. On 36 of he routes, he iBELQIT, Wis. (UP)-The Rev.
.oii mrhni7ition wit not onlv Dr. Alford Carleton of Boston said
Bnnnmicallv. u n f e a s 11 1 1 but the Christian church "fails in its
caused ,a loss of time.
The trial wai a success, Moore
said, b e c a u s i th government
"now knows how to set up and
place the vehicles in other cities
to make them work on a time
aaving economical basis."
The other, 38 buggies are- work.
inT out fine, -nd 38 posimen wili
continue to ride.
task" so long as ; the average
church envisions a missionary as
a man wearing a beard and pass
ing out Bibles under palm trees.
in a laiK oeiore we Wisconsin
Conereeational conference. Carle
ton said "too many well-educateu
pprsons still think of missionaries
as irocK.coaiea prcaciicrs 10 uie
heathen of 150 years ago,
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CENTRAL 26-109 (CalidonUJ
it i? ir
Robin Roberts Admits
Sore Arm Plagued Him
By RUSS GREEN
PHILADELPHIA (UP) An
honest confession being good for
the souL Robin Robert! of, the
Phillies not around today to aa
mitting that for some time now
hi -rieht arm hasn't been the
deadly rifle which won him 20 or
more games off sue straigni sea seasons.
sons. seasons. 'I t
A: slin f the tongue that he
"felt no pain", helped dear up
from Roberts mmseif one oi oase oase-;
; oase-; ball's' biggest enigmas in recent
seasons. Many had guessed at
the reason for Roberts' poor
showing but no one had been
able to confirm these suspicions
because Robin refused to aUbi.
The admission v finally came
after two peerless," Roberts.of-old
pcrlormances: a 12-inning, four four-hit,
hit, four-hit, 1-0 loss and a victory over
Milwaukee Tuesday night. ;
v.... v -- .... .. o;- ?J'r
" Admits Sore Arm
Robbie, who never' complained
wha opponents battered his
pitches, finally came up with the
confession that, "I guess I had
a worse arm than I ever thought
Roberts came round to the
facta after defeating Milwaukee,
a 'victory which made him the
wihningest pitcher in Phillies his.
Or Satch Saves
Another Game For
: : -'. t . ''I ,-'. !' ; )' .!', -, ,"t
' 'I- 1 V .'in'. f't i 4 JV 1 t
NEW YORK.' May 16 (UP) -The
Miami Marlins, with some
fine ninth inning relief work from
the ageless Satchel Paige, took a
, dofcbleheader from the Richmond
Virginians, 4-0 and 5-3, last night
to taioya into sixth place in the In,
Bob Conley. spun a neat four-hife
teif in the opener to even his re re-cojd
cojd re-cojd at 3-3. The Floridians scored
twice off George Maier and ad.
de$ another pair off Bob Wiesler,
i purchased yesterday from the
W ashington S e n a t o r s. It was
Meier's first loss against one win.
. Miami broke a 3-3 tie in the
eighth inning of the second game
i with a pair of runs to make it t
Aclejan aweep for the night. Paige'f
- Jk l 4Ua itifk Can,"
suppiM UlUg JUU 1U UIC mum ocw
ed up the contest for the Marlins.
(n other games; pace-setting Ro
Chester maintained its slight per.
ceataee noint margin over Mont-
real as the Red Wings downed
Buffalo, 9-1. Montreal edged To.
ronto, 6-5, while1- the Columbus
. Jets shut out Havana, 3-0, behind
the five-hit pitching of Gonzalo
i FLOOD TIDE
with Geo. Nader
' SON OF
with Boris Karloff
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tory. It was No. 91 for the
rieht bander and smashed a "pre
vious mark held by hall of-famer
urover Cleveland Alexander.
KODens, wno said nis arm
finally "felt real good" for the
first time in a long while, said
he was throwing better and freer
now. "And there is no pain," he
When it came to pressing the
questions about the lame arm,
Robbie first countered with,
"well, I didn't know I had one.
But then he revealed, "it was
stoved up a little. They told me
to take it easy and it would
' v Never Got Strong v
''But it never got real strong,"
Robbie continued. "It would peter
out on me,' then," blooey! Before,
when I reached out for that
something extra on the fast ball,
they would hit out of the park.
Now it gets there a little faster."
Roberts, who won 20 games
every season from 1950 through
1955, but who lost 18 games in
1956 and 22 last year for nis
worst season, said:', "I guess-1
was the last guy to notice it. I
was giving it the best I had, but
sometimes it was the worst." i
Roberts' last two performances
were pitching masterpieces and
with his return to form: it might
be well for some -of those guys
who frolicked with his fast one
to look to the storm cellars.
Today Fnconto 35c
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By JIMMY BRESLIN
BALTIMORE (NEA) Reggie
Cornell and Charley Whittingham
had finished their morping's work
and before leaving for breakfast
they stopped for a minute and long longed
ed longed out over Pimlico's level, smooth
"A race track," Cornell, Silky
Sullivan's trainer, grunted.
"My Wse got a real good
cnance to run here, Whittingham
said. He trains Gone Hshin!
This tells you better than any.
thing else why the $100,000 Preak-
ness at Pimlico, tomorrow, is ac.
cepted by nearly all concerned as
the first true test for 3-year-oIds.
You don't have to go past the
half-hour before the Kentucky Der
by, which was run over a disgrace
ful, bumpy, seemingly ;uncared for
Churchill Downs. track on May 3
10, see tnis. ; ;
Cornell and Whittingham then
were standing at one end of the
shed row where their horses -were
quartered and kept looking up at
me sicy ana muttering a bout tr.e
Ai. J?tr rm
tuuuiuuus. xuey were noi aione
then, for even Ben and Jimmv
Jones, wnose nm ram got home
first, soundly rapped the goat pas.
ture Churchill Downs passed off
as .a iracK.- :;. i .y
The Preakness 1 second let of
me xnpie urown will be the
fair test for all. Hi Silky Sullivan,
the fabled people's horse, lumbers
in well behind the field at Pimlico
then he can be labeled the through
bred farce of the century.
You couldn't do this after the
verby because everybody; had a
soiia excuse, alter going a mile
ana a quarter p,
The Prtaknti is siTt.nnnt.li
less, but it will t be oyer a race
track' and if Tim Tarn take it all
again then he will be established
as the big coif of the year.
; "Here," Reggie Cornell savs. Ml
can work, my, horse properly. At
Louisville.' I-had to work Silkv Sul
livan longer and slower, than
wanted to because tnat track was
too bad for-the kind of. thjfng ,1
wanted to do." -
The Derby was the race for peo
ple interested in a circus, but the
82d Preakness will be a sports ev event.
ent. event. Along with Tarn, which will
again nave live-wire ismael v v-lenzuela
lenzuela v-lenzuela in the irons, both Lincoln
Road and Noureddin;', second and
tnira. piaee tinisners .at cnurcnui
Downs, will go in the Preakness.
Lincoln Road nearly stole the
Derby and was caught by Tim
Tarn 80 yards from home. Mou Mou-reddin,
reddin, Mou-reddin, with Jimmy Combest forc
ed to take him around a wall of
25c- Bank. Night!
Gold Prize $500.00
- THE GANGSTER
, jwlth Barry Sullivan
ARROW IN THE'
il h i jf
C&MLLY Bf& TMS fK?"S
hays esef wBMoeo "V
rtHoiLY TIM JAM Axixx
STIU. J TUB RUNNING... r -iAOmT iK
In. i KiiMV6 ;
. '"in iii ... "' 1. m ,. wjl.. ..-TUE- u
l 1 IV
horses and come home- the
iom- the. hard
quickest at the
way, was moving
finish and was ,ony a length x(f
Tim Twi- -J-i.,. A ..
Ned Garver, Crowe Healthiest
Looking Cripples This Spring
By FRED DOWN
.) .;i .'.i "i ... .... il.A "-l"1
NEW YORK, v May 16 (UP)
Kansas Citv and Cincinnati
haven't had much to cheer about
so far this pnng but they certainly
boast the season's healthtiest-look-
ing "cripples" in Ned Garver and
George Crowe. J f
i Both fwera hueeauesfion-marks
this spring:;' Garver, vhobbled by
tame arm. had won a total of s:t
games over the last two years
-And Crowe,- groomed -40 -replace
Despite a torrential rain the
swimmers from CHS. JC and BUS
tangled in their second inierscnoi-
astic meet at, Gamboa Pool. s Don
Ryter, BUS captain; captured rnree
f rst nlaces witn line Deriormauf
es in winning athe 100 freestyle,
isn inHiv Hnal medlev ana a.rec-
nrA hreakinf effort in the 50 yards
freestyle when he turned in a :23.9
to better by a tenth of a second
the former interscholastic record
of 2 seconds s.et Dy Aian, lorum
1939."' ' '" '' '-
. Mar'rnh Howe. BHS butterfly
wimmer came in for her share
of glory when sn sei a new mam
of 1:30.3 for the 100 yard butteril.v
to erase the former record of 1:33.
Orrv Detore and Jean Seaman
of CHS were outstanding" for the
Atlantic side swimmers.
The final meet of the season will
Showing At Your Service
Center Theatres Tonighi
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:05
"THE INVISIBLE BOY"
DIABLO HTS. j 1:00
"CALYPSO HEAT WAVE"
v Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
- t v THE SYSTEM"
Rita Hayworth ;
: Robert Mltchum ft
FIRE DOWN BELOW"
. Doris Day -
"THE PA.TAMA GAME"
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:05
Owl Show 10:30 p.m. :
"She's Working Her Way
Jock Mahoney ;
, "LAND UNKNOWN" i
- '- Cinemascope!
PARAISO 6:15 & 8:03
"CHIEF CRAZY HORSE",
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 9:00
"Strange Adventure" and
"The Lady Wants Mink"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 8:15
"OH! FOR A MAN"
. Cinemascope & Color!- -,
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
i "STORM WARNING"
r A field of 12 is expected to break
from the starting gate at 4:45 Pa-
I nama time.
, ; ; j
Ted Kluszewski at first baser had
a knee ailment that threatened is
sideline him at the start of thai
; But today th 32-year old Garv
ar has a 4-1 record for K.-C.
while Crowe hat 21 runt faatttd i
in and a .367 batting : avarag
for tht Radltgi. .
Garver : notched his fourth 'vtct-
"bry and second shutout yesterday
when, the .Athletics scored : a, 3-0
victory over the Chicago White
Sox. The loss left the White aox
be held- at 7:00 p.m. 'Wednesday,
May 21; at the Balboa Pool. This
meet will bring together the varsi
ty swimmers from the t h re e
schools and wilt also feature the
junior high .swimmers from Cris
tonal and Balboa in their seeonu
meet of the vear
. Results: (All d i s t a n c e s are
so J;' s --Giris-Holmes (id) hick-
ey (C) H. Spector (C) S. Spector
C) Time 28 7 i
50 F S Boys Ryter (B) Tous-
ieh (B) Crawford (C) Rowley (B)
Time 23.9 (New. Interscholastic
100 Butterfly Girls Howe (3)
Seaman (C) 'Theroit C) Tim e
1:30.1 ,(New Interscholastic Rec Record).
ord). Record). '
100 Butterfly Boys- Rudga (B)
(B) Time 1:16.8 r
200 F S Girls Rogers B) H.
200 F S-Girls-Roaers (B) .H.
Spector (C) Fernandez (C) Wynn
(C) Trme 2:45.6
200 F S-iBoys Rowley (B) Max-
well (B)b Sanders .(C) D. Sikor-
ski (B) Time 2:26.8
100 Back Girls Seaman
Harned (B) Washabaugh (C) Col
lins u lime i:z7.s
100 Back-Bovs Scott () vSad-
ler (B) Cunningham (C) Marshall
(C) Time 1:15.6
100 F S Girls Holmes (B)
HicKey (i;) s. spector C) Smith
(c) Time 1:08,1
100 F S -Boys-Ryter (IB) Snod Snod-grass
grass Snod-grass (BpCunningham (B) Row Rowley
ley Rowley (B) Time-57.8
100 reast Girls Howe (B)
Theroit (C). Cox iB) Favorite ,C)
100 Breast Boys G. Detore (C)
Cox ( JC) : Maxwell. (B) Browne
(b) Time 1:23 5 -,.
150 Ind." Med.( Girls ; Seamanl
(C) Harned IB) Time 2:18.7
150 Ind. ed. Boys Ryter (B)
uugan w MacLean (B) Sanders
(C) Time 1:50.2
Diving Boys Hatchett (JC
200 Med. Relay Girls L IBal
boa (Rogers, Cox, Howe. Smith
2. Cristobal Collins, :- Favorite,
ineroit, HicKey) lime 2:39.9
200 Med. Relay Boys 1. Cris
tobal (Marshall. Detore, Dusan
Crawford) 2. Balboa, (DIs.) Time
200 F S Relav Girls 1.' Balboa
I Rogers, Harned, Smith, Holmes)
2. Cristobal (S. Spector, Wynne
Fernandez, H. Spector) Time
200 F S Relay Boys 1. Balboa
(Cunnineham. Toussich, S no rtr
crass. RudeeV 2. Cristobal Time
1 : 48.8--a-'."w. :
...BBCAUE TUEff&'U. BE A
COHOOeCrATf AT SARS.OW
PMUCO (AND m YOU LOOK CLOU
. Calumet's Tim Tarn rates the
favorite,' Jewel's Jteward should
be second choice. - j-
iti' the American League cellar. 7
;-! games behind the rfront-ruf-
ning ixew xorn xanKees.
Crowe.who has beenv alternat
ing .? with Steve Bilko Vat first.
KnocKea in live runs with his
inira nome.ana two singles asi
the Kvlegs snapped the Pitts
purgn 4 riraies-, six-game winning
sireaK, -4. His .367 batting aver
ale is the thiro highest in the
k :iae Cleveland Indians whipped
ine iseuon xigers, s-i, in the on only
ly only other. A.L game while the San
trancisjo Giants -beat the tit,
Louis Cardinals, 4-2,. and the Los
Angeles -Dodgers scored a-"4-2, 11
inning 'i aecision over the Chicago
luds si mner n.L. activity.
First baseman Vic Power
provided Carver with th runt
;h' nedd when1 h hit a thrta-
run homar off Jim Wflson In th
sixth inning. Th 'blow .'cam
with two lt,f,l 'aisingUs by
Mik Baxes and Htctor Lopar
anrf dtlt Wilson1 his second d d-fat,
fat, d-fat, Qarver spaced out vtn
i singlts and never has in serious
trouble in going th rout for
th third tima.
: Crowe singled home a run in' the
first inning, homered. with one on
in the eighth and' 'singled two
more' tallies across in the, 'ninth
as the Redgles ended a five-game
losing streak. Bob Friend was tag
ged for seven Cincinnati runs and
suffered bis second loss; -Johnny
K 1 i P P st e i n,, pitcched i the
middle 3, 2-3. innings, was the win
Roger -Maris .knocked in three
runs with a homes and a double
for the Indians, who never trailed
despite Detroit homers by Gail
Harris, Lou Sleater and Frank
Boiling. Maris knocked m eight
runs during the three-game series
with the Tigers and has pit six
of his seven homers .olf Detroit
nitchine. Don Mossi mcked ud his
second decision in as many days.
Mike McCornuck. 19-year old,
$60,000 bonus lefty, Went 8 2-3 in
nings for bis third win of the sea
son as the Giants' snapped the.
i;arainais' j seven game winning
- McCormick ndd help with
two out in th ninth and Jim
Constable ttrucki out Don Bias-ingame-
to preserve th win.
Willie Mays hit his ninth homer
for th Giants, wh trail the
first-place Milwaukee Braves by
24 percentage points. v :
ine uoacers capitalized on
slow.flekhng y Cubijnfielders to
score two lltn -winning runs al
though they hifonlv one: ball out
oi -.nits- iwieiu. viem aDine, maK maK-ing
ing maK-ing his first start Since the 1956
World "Series, pitched 10 innings
for his first victory and ilershell
e i f j .. i-i.....r ... ..
Freeman took the. loss... The 'Vict
ory snapped the Dodgers' six
game losing .streak while the
defeat was the Cubs'-eighth in
nine games. -
; Baltimore at' New. York in the
A.L, and Milwaukee at Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia In the N.L. were rained out.
AUSSIES JOIN TOUR
' LOS ANGELES (UP)-Australl-an
net stars Frank Sedgman and
Kpt. "Rnapwsill Mnin ; tli TTnad.
Gonzales "professional tennis tour
June 1. They replace Pancho Se Se-gura
gura Se-gura and Tony Trabert. The Aus,
sics will play the last seven
matches on the same program
with Pancho Gonzales and Lew
W L Pet
lo I .647
18 10 .443
"JO .430 V
14; 15 .423 4Vi
J U .435 5V
10 15 .400 Vx
10 16 .335 7
10 18 .357
. TODAY'S GAMES
San Francisco at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)!-J
' YESTERDAY'S Rrsili T -C.
Los Angeles 020 000 nnn n? a
Chicago 010 000 001 002 8 "i
Labme fl.l). Rrwhimir anit ta..-
Drott. Freeman fn.iv nr.,,-.
Elston and S. Taylor.,
San Francisco 120 01 n nnoi' o i
St. Louis 000 110 000 2 11 n
McCormick f3-0). Cnnctahl. mH
McDanielJ (2.S). Mh p.in-
and H. Smith.,
Cincinnati ; t, 300 000 0249 14 0
Pittsburgh ' 010 200 1004 11 0
Haddix, 'Klippstein .(1.0) Jeff.
coat and Burgess, Bailey. s
Friend (5-2). Face and 1 FoiI
Kravitf. ' -i
Milwaukee at FhiladelDhia fPost.
; By Conrado Sarge'ant'
Four newcomers, are Scheduled
to bow into local.racing- over the
weekend. They are the two-vear.
old Argentine colts Donito, Tatin
and Creon and the 1 four.year.old
intormai. t ; ,v
DonitOc Tatin and Creon arc
scheduled : starters -. in Sunday's
eighth race for two.year.old maid;
ens.; Informal, which was in to
morrow B. tilth race,is believed to
be so good he was .almost exluded
trom the betting.. -,
L pointing Jalisco, Informal i a
Chilean.bred.. colt by Country,
Life-Jengibre. This' fxpensiv
throughbred is owned by; the Har
at Carinthia arid trained by A.
gustin Soan Jr. ;
Creon. a chestnut soft of Cofmo.
Argentinfta,' is owned by the Stud
Chiriqui and trained by Sotero
Rudas. r it,,. s -
Tatih,' a lbay offspring of Pica Pica-pleitos.Tulumba,
pleitos.Tulumba, Pica-pleitos.Tulumba, is ; the property
of Delia Arevedo. David Vos trains
the youngster -, --
Donito; originally named Breez Breez-er,
er, Breez-er, is owned by Alfredo Boyd and
trained by Julio Chandeck. He is
a brown colt by Eyefull-Branding.
i t 0O0
SolitOi formerly owned by Bar.
tolome Matla and trained by Leo.
nardo White,- is now. xegistered as
the property of Ana Julia Quinte Quinte-ro
ro Quinte-ro with Norman Kenney as his new
trainer. i .,
, Yosikito, formtrjy the property
of Cecilia M. Anas, is now owned
and trained by Viola Camargo,
the only woman trainer at the
President Remon racetrack.
, Black Bee will race this week.
end under the colors of the: Stud
Butch, for the first time. Carlos
Harry. is her new trainer.
) Popular .Constahtino f Tino) SBen.
cer makes another return to local
horse racing. He has taken Over
the handhng of the Stud 92's three
throughbreds Guar are, Clybern
Miss Patience, recently the pro property
perty property of the Stud Taboea. returned
once more to the Stud Maqui where
sne is being trained by Eduardo
Young.; J 1
Jump Quick, Pepin, Bosilongo,,
Bathina and Boyton Spring will
race witi blinkers. Bosilongo, 'a
two-year-old brown son of Barre.
tin-Just Rolling, is ready for his
debut and will probably break in into
to into the picture next week. ; ;
Perdulario, whose startling 16 16-length
length 16-length victory in his only 1 ocal
start against the track's best hors.
es in the $15,000 added President
of the Republic Classic, will ap
parently get some competition in
the 7,500 added uen Jose. A. Re.
mon Classic on June 1 from new.
comer Informal. '
. Informal, reportedly imported at
a higher cost than the brilliant
Perdulario, will have Heliodoro
Gustines in his saddle, Gustines
said to be under contract to the
Haras Carinthia, had no choice
Contract or not, Gustines has 1
better proposition in sticking with
the steadily-growing Louis Mar.
" Panama's Manuel Ycax gets
another crack 'at a 100,OS8
purse tomorrow afternoon when
he will be aboard Mrs, Elizabeth
Arden Graham's classy three three-year.old
year.old three-year.old Jewel's Reward In the
Preakness Stakes at Pimlico In
Maryland,. Libirty Ruler will go
in an entry with Jewel's Reward.
Tim Tarn, which earned a vie
tnrv over Jewel s Reward wnen
the latter was disqualified for foul.
W L Pet
.5 J 5
Baltimore at Boston (N).'
, Chicago at Cleveland (N). ti
New York at Washington (N. t
; Detroit at Kansas City (N). t
r YESTERDAY'S RESULTS r
Cleveland 002 211 002-8 9
Detroit 000 220 100-5 1
Narleski, Mossi (3-3) andTBrown
Hoelt (3.2), Shaw, Sleater, Mor.
an, Aguirre, Foytack and Hegan,
-.. t ,. Jf 'I" I' .... ji '... -T
' ,"" 1 ail 1 11 a ' ..' V
Chicagb 000 000 000-fl 7 '1
Kansas City 000 003 0Cx-3 '7 '0
Wilson (3-2), Qualters and Lol.
Garver (4-1) and House. vj
Baltimore at New York (Post (Post-poned,
poned, (Post-poned, ram). 1 .
V,Only games "scheduled: '
: (; vj-r I--- ; -:, k 3
MnntrAal. flTTk r
v "-".Hi uvug liar.
yey was voted the James Norrii 1
Memorial Trophy. It is nresented
annually to the regular defense
f'it all-round ability.
lng with Vcaza aboard in the Flat
mingo Stakes at Hialeab. Park,
Florida, is the favorite to win, SiL
ky Sulhvan, despite a poor show,
ing in thei Kentucky Derby, has-
largey following and will. also get
a ctyance to redeem, himself.'
yjfsti' 1 1 "'i '1 'I i.ii ifii rK
(Based oM b.;.) ;?
li, '.NATIONAL LEAGUE.' ''
"t C AB R H PCT
MusIaL' St. Louis 25 96. 16 46 .479
Crowe, Ciqcin. 18 6 -5 22 .367
&erV F' 28 110 21 -36
Walls, Chicago 29 lift 25 41 .353
Uemente, Puts. 26 105 13 36 .343
Hamner, PhUa. 26 102 16 33 .343
Ihomas Pitts. 27 112- 23 38 .339
Hoak, Cincin. ,23 93 13 31 .333
lemple, Cincin. 23 86 15 28 .326
. AMERICAN LEAGUE f-
Vernbn, Cleve. 23 63 12 24 .381
Kuenn, Detroit 27 106 19 40 .377
McDougald N.Y. 18 69 12 26 .377
Skowron, N.Y. 18 67 9 25 .373
Fox, .Chicago V 23 53 10 32 .344
Lollar, Chicago- 21 69' 9 23 .338
Cerv,-Kansas C. 23 84 24 28 .333
Runnels, Boston 26 103 13 34 .330
Nixon, Clevel. 18 58 6 19 .328
Robinson, Balti. 22 76 7 23 .303
' HOME RUNS
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
Walls, Cubs .' : ,s
Spencer Giants '
r AMERICAN LEAGUE'
Jensen, Red Sox
Lollar, White Sox
(Six tied with 4) '
" -t -v'i .aaaaaaaaieaaai 'V'1"'' ;' & P
RUNS BATTED IN
' "s V:r- rt H
' NATIONAL' LEAGUE
Spencer. Giants -V
Thomas,' Pirates v
Walls, Cubs -
Jensen, Red Sox
Gernert, Red Sox' I-
F. Boiling, Tigers r -Maxwell,'
6 0 1.000
4 0 1.000
S-1" 0 1.000
2 0 1.000
(9 tied with 1-0, 1.000) V'
Ilarshman, Orioles, 5 0 1.000
Turlcy, Yanks :": 5 0 1.000
Hyde, Senators ."- '-3 0 1.000
Shantz, Yanks .30 l.VO
Larsen, Yanks ... 3 ,0 1.000
In Six i'urlono b print
The accountants and bookkeepers on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus will be honored guests of the track management
of the President Remon racetrack on the occasion of
the running of the $G00 six furlong 'Accountants
Day' Handicap tomorrow afternoon. j
Eiht fourth series, imported thoroughbreds
will dispute the purser
The Gabriel Ossa Vicuna-Own. i
ed Salvador Jimenez trained n
try oi Heroico and Lucky Sky loom
as odds.on mutuels favorites io
cop the event. Slated to oppose
the entry are Pibe Lindo, tTlie
Gipsy," thiinoerstreak, Comatose,
and the Stud Buena Fe entry of
Cervecero and Gonetino. '
The Cervecero-Gonetino shape
up as the most dangerous contend
ers for the Ossa Vicuna duo but
Comatose, which is a way down
in class, could suddenly come to
life and score an upset.
The Gipsy, iresn from a smash,
ing upset victory last week in a
handicap, coula make it two
feature victories in-a-row. Ama Ama-do
do Ama-do Credidio replaces Braulio Bae Baeza
za Baeza In the saddle this week.
Thunderstreak and Pibe Lindo
should go otf she rank outsiaers.
The ail-Chilean, Lucky Sky Sky-Heroico
Heroico Sky-Heroico entry will have Chilean
jockeys Guillermo Rivera andJu andJu-lio
lio andJu-lio Rodriguez, respectively "in
Bias Aguirre wjll guide Gonetu
no while Hector, Ruiz will u be
aboard entrymate Cervecero.
r.niilprmo Sanchez has the leg
up pn Comatose, Segundo Carvajal J
r : 1 rr
7th Series Imp. 4 F. Pur SSC3.C3
1st RACE CP TH DOUBLE
Peol Cltut 1:C3
1 Miss Patience B. Baeza 108 Will fight it out
2 Alhajar A. Vasquer 115 Should make it now
3 Dason H. Ruiz 104 Hopeless case
4 Pappa Flynn C. Ruiz 112 Ran well in last
6 Cor. Day
J. Cadoean 108 Depends on start
A. Credidio 1(4 Rates good chance
B. Aguirre liO Dangerous this time
J. Jimenez 115 Could make it here
will attempt to surprise w 1 1 n
Thunderstreak and Emilio Dano
will try his utmost to score an up.
set victory aboard Pibe Linao.
The secondary attraction wm m
a si.uw mue. race iur iui uu
second series imported tnorougn.
breds. King's Park gjes out in
auest of a repeat victory against
Sculptor. Hostigador, Affiliation
Order and Jorever.
Ten other; prospective thrillers
gram. -! -., r i V
I Mimi '
Lucky Sky ()
1 12 El Pequene
f ' Bugab
, Sunfair ()
t Ri Ith Sorlt Imp. S Fga. Pur$e $400.69
. 2nd RACE Of THE DOUBLE
1 Panicus" Julio Rodriguez U0 J Close up last two
2 Curale B. 'Baeza 104 .-Reportedly ready
3 Grimilda H. Gustines 112 Hard to beat now
4 Violin Viejo B. Aguirre 112 In favorite distance
5 Dun ; Jose Rodriguez US Dangerous also
6 Elegido A. Credidio 108 (-Could be upsetter
7 Mto Cid 1. E. Dario 10 Waste of time
58 Amat 1 J. Cadogan 1U5 Usually refuses
9 M. Cristina A. Lourless 97x For breeding, maybe:
Pool Closes 1:M
3rd. Race "F" Natives
S Pg.Purte $375.00
CNI TWO (
Pool Closes 2:00
1 Radical r B. Aguine 110 Could hang on here
2 Mr. Tivoli H. Gustines 106 -tReportedly sharp
3 Pichoto ; ; M, Hurley 110 iJrief early speed
4 Julie J; Jimenez 108 Usually close up
5 Blanquita P f. Alvarez 112 n-Gets stiff test
6 Daniel .. R. CrisUan 113 Can score again
7 Black Bee A. Vaq.uez 113 Racing well v
.V'3 So Toun'i Yanks Hire a Promoter
4th Race "6" Native
7 Fgj.Pur $375.00
Peel Closes 2.30
4 Jipi Japa
6 Golden Moon
R Vasquez 115 Strongest finisher
H. GtiMmes 113 Jockey may help
B. Aguirre 110 Seems best here
B. Baeza 108 Distance suits style
A. Alfaro 107x -Usually close up
J. Jimenez 115 Nothing in moona
M. Hurley 113 Nothing in ages v
By HAIUY CSAYSON f
KEW YORK (NEA) The Yan
kees wonder what happened to all
those Giant and Dodder fans.
Instead of picking up attendance
as the only wheel in town, turn
outs at Yankee Stadium this far
have fallen off.
With a splendid advance sale
and all that simulcasting money,
the panic may not be on exactly,
but George Weiss sending for Tom
Meany is something in the way
of evidence that the methodical
Dutchman running the works Is
seriously concerned about the gate
sale. Meany, humorist and author
of 14 baseball books, has the title
of Public Relations Counsel in
Charge of Special Promotions. "Ic
sounds," he says, "like a govern
ment agency or something out of
a banana republic."
- When the strongest club, in the
business has to engage a special
good will ambassador, it can hard
ly be said that baseball is in rob robust
ust robust health. The Yankees are load
ed with athletes who are household
names Mantle, Berra, McDou-
eald, Bauer. Skowron. Kubck.
Ford; Larsen. Turlev and Shantz.
They have the richest market in
the world and its 18 million peo
ple all to themselves, the finest
stadium, ideal transportation fact.
lilies and the parking problem is
anything but acute. , ..
city, state and federal asks Casey Stengel 'I'm lone
some," says Mickey Mantle.
5th Race Special Imp.1 7 Fgs. Purse $450.00 Peel Closes 3;00
- ; h V "'
.j, s V-v W( l
. PUTTING ONE LITTLE WORD
after another and whatever bee
l ame of Mr; Jackie Anuaay we go
Another way j to ; look "at. '.it, is
that? the Dominican mctaror's son,
in buying luxury eari tor Holly,
woou dames, was merely tryinj to
invigorate -depressed market.
This hatf to', cbfoe? There's t new
trailer rfodel called Silky SulliVau.
i Barry Wood 3r4is a member of the
Harvard ienm earni oiu man
was 1 of the Crimson's most ver versatile
satile versatile athletes. Wpn 10 varsity let.
iters. Now atfeirfinerft man of med
rinp. PoDoffs won't helD the Dodii-
. ers as much as pop ups that go tor
nomers over you inw n,
- Trouble brewing at Michigan
State, Big Ten football fouuury. Ur
Harold B Tukey faculty represent
auve, has wauced out as cnairman
of the tthletlc council. Reportedly.
;'. Tukey -and the athletle director,
Bipgie Munn, entertained irrecon.
citable viewpoints as to what con
stitutes desirable sholarsmp mate
rial. Tukey is widely respected and
presumably influential as Munn
and Duffy,i the; football- coach;
have also been at odds for some
time. Abut for reasons which we
suspect have little to do with a
paucity of Pm Betes. .'
DOWN WITH BEER Pictures
'of the Cincinnati race track four
feet under water are .i'ot likely to
stimulate business. Taking a bath,
as the saying goes,1 is no novelty
to a horse player. Add footbau
discord: Hugh McElhenny, star
back.ield.is quoted as saving 'the
49ers' real coach last season was
assistant Red Hickey, not head
' man Frankie Albert. The A'l Bob
Cerv has peeled off 18 pounds and
this, he says, explains why he'
leading the AL in home runs. Se.
cret of weight reduction? "Easy
on the beer"' i ' t
.SILENT BATS A real stand up,
unafraid guy is our Mr. Veep, but
just the same no baseball scout
' looking ior control pitchers is go go-ing
ing go-ing to spend much time in Lima.
This is Tom Yawkey's 25th anni anni-versary
versary anni-versary as owner of the Red Sox.
To mark; the occasion, Boston's
B'nai B'rith is assembling mem members
bers members of his teams, dating back to
'33, for a festive hoedown Sunday
next. Baseball has never know na-
. nicer man, a finer sportsman. In
case Khrushchev is interested,
when they begin throwing curves
the flash-in-the-pan rookie is unfal
libly doomed. The last place White
Sox trail both majors in every bat batting
ting batting category, But for what it's
worth, they do lead in stolen bases.
FEW RING TWICE-A good
, way to look bad to the young is to
' confess you never, heard of the No.
1 tune on the Hit Parade. Citation
Is the only Derby winner since ,'48
to repeat in the Preakness. f Over
the same space six second plac.
ers Went on to take it all in the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore classic. Lincoln rtoaa was
runnerup to Tim Tam in the Der Derby
by Derby i' pacesetter cornered 40 yards
fro mthe wire. Running" back
to this race in the'shorter maz maz-ness;'Lincoln
ness;'Lincoln maz-ness;'Lincoln Road would hve to
beat Timr Tarn, i except that han.
dicapping is.not quite that' sim,
pie. There ii ho law against Tim
Tam Making his move, sooner. Nor
is there any certainty Lincoln
Road. ....especlaujr U tnewacx ,vs
trht!V; .will btf permitted td ton-
trol the pace. The colt, by the' way
gets his name" not from the Miami
Beach shopping strip, but his own own-er's
er's own-er's iarm which happens to be
located on Lincoln' Road dn Des
Plains, 111. Now get back to your
figures. , ,
Close Out Cage
iRalhon Hieh School won the 1958
school title by defeating the Tigers
of Cristobal High School Tuesday
niolii. One came remains m De
olaved- on' the Interscholasiic
Both coach Moser of the Tigers
and coach Brown of the Junior Col College
lege College have indicated that they look
upon tonight's game as a excel excellent
lent excellent opportunity for experimenting
with new, men and, new patterns
of play m preparation for tne an annual
nual annual Canal Zone Junior College In
vitational Basketball Tournament,
The big basketball show will take
place during May 22, 23 : and Z4
at the,. Balboa Gymnasium.
. The line-ups for. tonight's game
Junior Collece F: Cristobal High F
Snurlock F Kirkland F
Selbv C Gibson C
Codv G Pabon C
Arranzo G ; T.hin G
Bauman F Sasso F
1-Neeful r H. Gustines 110 Returns from layoff 5-t
2 Blue Zulu A. Credidio 106 Good recent races 3.1
3 El Fakir B, Saeza 110 Good sharp form 2.1
4 Pasatiemoo Rv Crlstian 115 Lacks early speed : 5-2
5 Cooksmaid R. Vasquez 115 --SizzIing workouts .3-2
7th Race 1st tnd 2ml Series Imp. Purse $1000. Peel Closet .15
2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Play Boy
2 Ionas Pet
B. Aguirre 108 Improving steadily 41
B. Baeza 104 Good early speed : 101
V. Ortega 103 Didn't show much 101
G. Sanchez 106 Poor recent races 511
. a; credidio 104 Usually disappoints 51
A. Gonzales 104 Has shown little 51
H. Gustines 115 Much the best 35
th Race' 7th Series Imp. Fat. Purse $ 00.00 1
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes Jt40
Yet in their first eight games,
the Bombers drew no more than
100,500 paid admissions, an aver average
age average of 12,562 rattling around the
huge plant in the Bronx. This h
80,000 less than the most celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated aggregation in the land attract attracted
ed attracted in the same period a year ago.
True, five games in a row were
rained out in. six days, including
complete series with the White
Sox (two games) and the Indians
(three). But it wasnt at all en encouraging
couraging encouraging when Baltimore, going
rather well, played to no more
than 22,000 on the first home Sun
day, which happened to be a beau
tiful afternoon. -
The New York club's attendance
has dropped steadily since the
peak year of 2.373.901 in 1948. on 3
of the two seasons in 11 that the
Yanks did not win the pennant, by
tne way., u was off the maximum
by 878,767 last trip.
With only Washington and Bal
timore remaining on the schedule,
me xanxees' attendance lor thn
first home stand couldn t miss be
ing an all-time low.
"Where are- all the people?"
LIKE THE REMAINDER of the
country, New York is surfeited
with sustained Yankee, success
And the clubs which once packed
them in on the bank of the Har
lem (Boston, Cleveland, Chicago
and Detroit no longer have bucks
office appeal. The element of com
petition has been removed.
Compounding the trouble is that
General Manager Weiss is now
the only showman if you could
possibly call him that crassiy
foolish enough to believe he can
sell his product and give it away
at the same time. The difference
in attendance can largely be at attributed
tributed attributed to the tremendous : in increase
crease increase in television sets.
There isn't much that Tom Mea
ny or anybody else can do about
the Yankees slumping attendance
as long as George Weiss gives the
games to the puns and Living
Koom A.u. s without charge.
Making things worse, now that
the fans are used to watching
baseball on TV. it might be rath
er difficult to get them interested
in It ra any other way.
UNLIKE SOME OTHER : outfit
they do not go around hat in hand
looking for handouts. They have
never considered moving n
thought of doing so. They have at
tempted to engineer' no land grab.
1 King's Park B. Aguirre It Form indicate!
2 Sculptor H. Gustines 103 Handicap in favor r
3 Hostigador B. Baeza 115 Rates good chancr
4 Affiliation Or. A. Gonzales 100 Was never better
5 Forever 1 G. Rivera 1H In fight to finish
jfl) ... 1. & .-v
D E" Natives 7 Fat. Purse
- '. QUINIELA
. 1400.00 .Pool Closet 4:40
MARTINEZ NEARS PEAK
GROSSINGER," N.Y. (VP) -Vince'
Martinez Is "apnraochins
his peak too fast" for his welter
weight title light with Virgil Akins
at St. Louis June 6. l m going
to slow down his pace," manager
mil Daley said Wednesday auer
Martinez sparred six rounds for
the second straight day. v
MSC LISTS NORTH CAROLINA
i MOBILE, Ala. (UP)-Missi9-
sippi Southern College wilt tackle
a ; major' college power when it
meets Atlantic Coast Conference
football champion North Carolina
in a Nov. t night game here,
Reed Green, Mississippi South
ern's athletic director said, the
school hoped to play, a major col
lege football game here every
7 Golden W,
A, Lourless 107x Runs well always
. H. Ruiz 104 Would pay off
J. Jimenez 106 -Improved In last
6. Baeza 108 'Has beaten better
H. Gustines 100 Best early speed
B. Aguirre 108 Could take it all
A. Credidio 108 Form vindicates
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, (, ONE TWO
1 Pibe Lindo ; Dario 103 Doesn't seem likely
2 The Gipsy A. Credidio lio Would pay off again
a inunuersireaa a. carva. lue Kates good chance
Peel Cleioi 1:15
, 4 Comatose
7 Lucky Sky
G. Sanchez 110 Good earlv soeed
H. Ruiz 10S Good recent races
B. Aguirre 118 Nothing in months
G. Rivera 118 Seems best here
Julio Rodrig. 113 Could be winner too
10th Race ,3rd Series Imp. FflbPurse $450.00 Pool Closet
1 Red Label J.. Jimenez 105 Distance, handicaps
' 2Gouvernant R. Vasauez 113 Returns from lavoff
3 Alcaraz B. Baeza 113 Back in best form 1
4 El Agheila H. Gustines 1D5 -Could surprise
5 Sunfair ' G. Rivera 113 Wrll fight it out
- 6 Polo Magnetico A, Credi. 105 Could go all the way
Race 7th Series Imp. I FS. Purse 5400.08 1 Peel Closet
1 Golden Corn
r 5 Emily Mary ;
A. Alfaro 102x Nothing to indicate
B. (Baeza 110 Early speed only
R. :Vasquez 113 From here to China
F. Alvarez 115 Must improve more :
R. CrisUan 112 No,. 1 contender
time 7:00 p.m., Balboa
HEXLCHAIR OLYMPICS SET.
.NEW YORK (UP)-The NaUon-
aaw1 Whee2ilo.bB2l208 K-SV:W
ILL BE H. ; 6ERE Vay 30 and Mav
31.-ahe.two-day tourney wigg dkaw
70 wheV.Jir8$5hlets8r om 5n.
Unitl- tates and Canada to com compete
pete compete in eight events a 60-yard
ksh, 240-yard j relays, s archery,
lavelm throw, darts( ping pong,
bowlite and basketball free throw.
boatMdck to the back slide. He should be .bl to mev. at
must be taken to prevent him frnM kirkin fr
. -" f m&Wf
(Mat No. S)
("Teaching Johnny To Swim," a do-H-yourself manual
for parents, Is now available at vour Red Cross Centers,
Libraries and swimming pools in the Canal Zone.
;. (Parents who prefer to have their children taught in
groui ci?sses should register them with the Summer Re Recreational
creational Recreational Projrram In their community.' Trained Red Cross
instructors will be at all pools.)
13th Rce "H" Natives I Fflt. purse SJ7I.M C Pool Closet
1 Filon A. Vergara 108 Distance' to liking - Ji
2 Petronila : H. Gustines 103 ,J wrtedly ready 52
3 Bagdad M. Harley 110 Lacks early speed 151
4 EI Pequefto .. B. Baeza 10J VForm indicates EVEN
5 Noticion F. Alvarez 105 -Could surprise 41
Seventh' Inning Stretch
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (NEA)
A sports publicity release will be
placed on permanent display at
baseball's Hall of Fame in Coop,
erstown, Director Sid Keener an announced.
nounced. announced. ,
: ( ,;..,,. -,. A i' i -'yf
It was written by Jim McSw'een McSw'een-ey
ey McSw'een-ey of Manhattan Co'lege in th e
Bronx, N.Y., and has to do with
the origin of baseball's seventh in.
ning stretch, f f
"The seventh inning stretch ort.
glnated at Manhattan, the unin unintentional
tentional unintentional invention of Brother Jas
per, our first moderator o" athle athletics,
tics, athletics, and titer whom the Jaspers
get their nickname?" it reads.;
."Manhattan a century ago was
located in the 'country' It-. 131st
Street and Broadway on Manhat
tan Island. -.h,.;. a
"Brother Jasper; coach and pri
feet of discipline, had to watch
the players on the field and the
students in the stands. Before
each game, he admonished the
students not to leave their seats
or move about until the game was
over. 1 : L ;.' : :' ..
"One hot, sticky day in the
spring of 18S2, Manhattan was
playing the Metropolitans, a semh
pro club, at 107th Street between
Sixth and seventh Avenues in
New York., It wax a long drawn,
"As the game passed the mid mid-way
way mid-way mark, Brother Jasper notic.
ed the youngsters in the stands
were getting restless and unruly.
So as the team came to bat in the
seventh inning, he Went over to
the stand and told his charges to
stana, stxetcn and move about for
a minute or two. Brother Jasper
repeated it in the next few games.
Soon the student body made it a
practice 'to give it the old seventh
inning stretch.'- v
"Since Manhattan played many
games in the old -Polo Grounds,
the seventh inning stretch passed
along to Giant fans and eventual,
ly through baseball."
, RLAIR RAT
" ', :-'.v . ' : '' 1
. Cambridge, Mass.. (NEA) Kent
Hathaway i setting the early pace
in the race for the Blair Bat, em.
blematic of the batting champion,
ship of the Eastern Inter colleni.
ate Baseball league. Harvard ouU
.ielder is batting .527.
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Phone Guidfet; 828-3383.
X The cricket match between the
Hindustani Panama C.C. and ; a
Pacific ; League cmbmation ; was
abandoned at Paraiso last Sunday,
May 11 on account of rain.
Batting first on a well prepared
wicket-; the league's combination
found the bowling of the Indians
very accurate and of good leng.li.
Their fielding was very good and
in general they are a fine lot ot
Th score was 7 wickets for ii
runs,; of this total 0. Reynolds
1 made 20 not out and at one turn I
it was T for 39' but A Blades-joined
Reynolds and this pair took
the fecore to 54 when play was in-
. terrupted, by, ram. ; .,
t ; ,. 15,;. v v. 5 ., '.!. f
During 'the progress dt the game
teams were honoured by the pre pre-'
' pre-' sence of His Excellency, The .Gov-
Pernor of the Panama Canal wno
stopiped on his way to Balboa and
was introduced' to the players by
A. Alexis; President of the Paotic
Bowling for the Hindustani Pa Pa-.,
., Pa-., nama C.C., P.G. Patel took 4. wk wk-,
, wk-, ket for 20 -runs, D. D. Patel two
for 19 and Sitvian one for 13.
Umpires were C. Walker and. 6.
' Brunton, assisted by H. Kerr.
This Sunday the Pacific .Cricket
League will wind up the season by
playpng the presentation match at
Paraiso. Clovelly C.C, champion
f for h957 and winner of the 1358
cricket season, will be presented
witn a cup, aonaiea oy ine uiu
Transportation Lo tanal xone,
... v ....
r Other prizes to be siven will be
for batting, average, highest indi
vidual score for the season and
bowling average. (These were won
by One man. Ashton Waite). Best
v sportmanship for the season and
the usual prizes given during the
seaspn for the best proformance
5700 Materiel MixMasters f
1 Remington Rand
Gutter Rats '
Mast or TWiRSPa
.Snarks, ? 1?
, Overdues 2 18
Boyd Brothers 4 Master Misses 0
! The Smith Corona Machines of
JBoyd Brothers,- with .' mechanical
S precision romped over the Master
4 Misses at the Clayton Caper Hav-
Jen. The Winners tabbed four win win-J
J win-J ning markers despite the fact
i they spottea me Master Misses iuo
i nins each came.
5 In the scratch figure the Smith
f Coronas crowned their good Dow
; ling with a 600 pin advantage. Jim
Mingin continued ms steaoy ron
' ine with 507 scratch and 555 handi
cap. Her Highness Grace Mosko-
vitz wore the ladies corona with
I 548 and Harry Rouse rustled up
? ai tf .1 ... .t ar.i T .11
jia.4 pins, ai ft.ei.ree ana Met ieiu-
ner were the master craftsmen for
the MM with 533 and 504.
' Sparks 4 Overdues 0
The Overdues dood it again bv
I winning all but four, which gave
, them net results for the evening a
big goose egg. The overdues were
' Tianrted 94 pins per game but they
, ould not crash the barrier set up
v the reel not isparKs, who are
on the tails of the Jealers
i his fellow Vince Santell ancli-
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Mo. 10 El Coco, Phone Panama
FOR RENTj Small furnished
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in a match, in the batting and bow
The following are the names of
the players who will represent the
rest against the champion (Clovel
ly C.C.) and from which 11 play players
ers players .will be selected.
A. Shan .
,' C. Anglin
JENKINS TO COMPETE
MODESTO, Calif. (UP)-cuar-ley
Jenkins, 400-meter Olympic
Games champion, will run m both
the .40 and 880 at the California
Relays May 31, His stiffest com com-from
from com-from Eddie "Southern of Texas,
who cracked the national intercol intercollegiate
legiate intercollegiate mark twice this season.
- ored his Sparks with 531 scratch
and 615 Handicap, and he had a me
assistance from the Belle of the
owi Liaurei nays ana ner iseam
16 4 1 Benny shattered 518. For the wav
12 8i overdue Overdues Bill Voth victt victt-9
9 victt-9 llLmized 527 pins. Santell also put
on display the only two hundred
game of the night a nifty 209.
Remington Rand 4 Blinds 0
With a little luck or buena suer-
te, the Blinds could have won a
couple of games but as luck
would have it they slipped oy 28,
10 and 18 pins and the1 Reminglon
Rands raked in all four markers.
The Jacques were the take
charge duo for the RR's, D 0 $ i e
taugni ner escort a lesson in me
manlv art of kegling with 520 ver versus
sus versus iOl. For the unfortunate iBlinds
Phil Guyor grabbed off 535 and 1
Nita Woodyard reallv showed ;up
her hubby; Tom with 517. ;'
. Snirks 2 Gutter, Rats 1
The Snarks opened up with .! a
19 pin win and came back with
another close one by 7 pins, and
they really had cornered the Gut Gutter
ter Gutter Rats. However, ; the Rodents
kept growing at the maple pins,
and toppled enough of them in the
last game to make ud the 26 defi deficit;
cit; deficit; and take the 1st game and
TP by 6. pins. Two guys guiding
the destiny of the Snarks were
. Jim,Howard witkJ60ncLJEal
Sword 528. .The leadoff man
Pierce Newton and the anchor
man Dan La Grans? were the big
rats with 516 and 509, ; ;
LEAVE fOI-TB. AO WTTH OSt PP tyvt
u i tmtAL ur riioi.rinuusrvM a
BARIKV-Na; M "8" Street o MORRISON
'1M1WH1.- im .rnw awrgi rf SF.HOLD EXCHANGE I IB W "'"'" Ill invinknfM 1 Tl) 11 tmhit
VA.N PER-JI&-M 81rM N MRMUM EI BATt'RftO F-uorw Ufevre I ttreet f AJLMACIA "SAS'-VU Pen 111 KOVEDADE ATHW mmi mmi-h
h mmi-h Bella Vtata Tamp rni ONr. Central Avenue 12.15 Tel. 4SI , J
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach House. One mile past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeeenslde Cottages
. Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
: Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best beach in tha Re-
, public with ali kinds of como como-dities,
dities, como-dities, open day and night. The. ;
new management is at your serv services.
ices. services. ; t y. ..
FOR RENT Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room, dou-
ble couch,.' refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove,
1 bath, and entrance independent.
No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3 3-0638.
0638. 3-0638. , .
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
bath and entrance independent,
for one person, rhdne 3-6046,
2nd Street Perejil (Temistocles ;
Dia 1 Street) Not 7-189, up-
fairs, between 6-8 p.m." r
FOR RENT: Well located of office
fice office space, across front Lui
Theatre. Apply: Maduio,! Moses
& Rimmington. Telephone ,, 3 3-0053.
0053. 3-0053. Hotel: HOLLAND nOlSE
J, 1 mini, from the heart of 1
San Jose,, Costa Rica
Completely modern convenlehces In
8uite and Bungalows, all with
private bath.,' Hot and cold water.
Price: S6 and $8' daily
.. with' meals.
Horse riding. ;. v
For reservations,?. O
J ; Box 4459
.Wenaeet: Bill and Elenor Jaspers
Excercislnf Machines, Turkish
the McLevy way Body Massage,
oath. Trained operators tor ladles
uid gentlemen. 1 Get results. .
MASSAGE SALON 1
. I. Aneemena Ave. S3-4S
v TeL S-221T ,
155 Central Ave.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
' Tel. Panama 2-0552
With built-in Universal
What's Your TV Problem?
JT UAIITY FARTS
I lUALITY SERVICE
Special Hnlf Price on. transporta transportation
tion transportation U.S. trained technician.
TlvoU Ave. No; 18 20
ICrTflj OB OCT OmCfS 1T IMI
itrrj pt CA8.4 I A1J)0 Centra
i K at iu, An A I M. 0 LEWIS
fOR SALE: At bargam price,
because of emergency; Sofa and
three armchairs ijf enuine Inj Inj-;
; Inj-; lish leather, suitable for office.
For information inquire et Pub- :
lie Service Garage, Chorrtllo,
fourth intersection to the left.
Building No. 30-32. Ask for
Gabriel Isaia workshop.'
FOR SALE-Westinghouse re re-frlgerator.
frlgerator. re-frlgerator. like new. Was S3 25,
new $175.00. Telephone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 83-6I4S
FOR SALI: Bedroom set, 4
trand )apaneese Rattan, stove,
refrigerator and many other
items. Available Juno 1st. Phone
FOR SALE: Kenmore auto automatic
matic automatic washer, perfect condition.
FOR SALE- Lasting only 3
.days. Magic Chef gas stove, 4
burners and other furniture.
Phono 1191. Colon. .
V FOR SALE. Daveno bad,' clue
chair, ; lounge chair, ottoman,
; pillows, end tables, small desk,
''good condition. Radio servicing
and photographic equipments.
Phone 4-286. House 115-B
FOR SALE: Modern mahogany
bedroom set, Hot Point refrige refrige-ratorv
ratorv refrige-ratorv English boy's bicycle, Rat Rattan
tan Rattan dinette table and 4 chairs,
est of tablet, China dinner dinner-service
service dinner-service for 12; odd household
iff ms. Call Panama 2-21 26 or
. Match stkk hamboo, drapes,
.traverse cvrtairis, slip covers.
Decoracionef ; Roberto IR. A.
Cowes). Via Espaiia and Porras
No. 1. Phone 3-4904.
, FOR. SALE: Home, articles,
-plate glass mirror, Chinese rugs
and grass rugs; Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: House furnishings:
G.E. Refrigerator like new, G.I. 1
Washer.' Also one gas range, -dining
room, bedroom and living
room set. Gat water heater. Call
3-75 JB Panami, between 8:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE; Largo storage ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, meter bed v with good
spring, coton mattresses, book book-case's,
case's, book-case's, kitchen cabinet, odds and";
nd't. -Tel. Panama 3-5320.
OKULOVICH SKIPS SEASON
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP)-Andy
Okulovich, Ohio State -Univer
sity Quarterback, will skip his fi
nal season of college eligibility to
try out with the Cleveland- Browns
drafted by.be Brownsik.kO,)oelu6W
Jewel's Reward Not First
Stakes Mount Taken Away
From Great Eddie Arcaro
By JOE WILLIAMS
Ali.' K. Arcaro didn't fall, he
was pushed. He didn't take him himself
self himself off Jewel's Reward in the up
coming Preakness, he was taken
off. By request. The owner's, Mrs.
Elizabeth Arden Graham.
When we 1 put the question to
him cold turkey yesterday the
42-yearrold stakes king of Ameri American,
can, American, racing. .one of the three
jocks in the word who have rid ridden
den ridden more than: 400Q winners. .)
frankly admitted that, such indeed
wax the case.
I guess she didn't like the. way
,1 rode the colt in the Derby. I
can't say I'm too happy about
Has., vet I must agree the lady
U entitled to her opinion. and, as
the owner, she certainly has tne
right to name her rider."
it was a marK ot ineoignessoi
the little man that he expressed
neither bitterness nor rancor, un un-ly
ly un-ly a mixture of disappointment
and dismav. And even then not
enough to betray him into bias.
, .This may sound like .... Rover
Boy stuff but I honestly hope she
wins it. Racing owes her a Jot.
And the boy she picked is a real
Ironically, the boy. Mannie Yea
za. was, involved in another, foul
Tuesday, but was held blameless
hv tha stewards. An Ycaza foul
cost the Jewel the Falminco, and
with it, as it turned.out, the Der Derby
by Derby mount
Offered Tim Tarn
The Jewel, fourth, trailed victor victorious
ious victorious Tim Tarn by seven lengths.
Milo Valenzuela, subbing for Wil Willie'
lie' Willie' Hartack, was -on the winner.
. -.but only because Mr. E. Arca Arcaro'
ro' Arcaro' had to turn it down.
When Hartack sustained a frac
ture a week before the Derby.
Calumet offered the assignment to
Mr. E. . lint naan i oeen im;
Ivan Parke I would have taken 1
it.4 (But he had put me on Jewel's
Reward in the Wood. I felt I had
an obligation to him."
When did Mr. E. first learn he
was not to ride the Jewel in the
Six or seven days went bv
without word from Ivan ,(Mrs.
Graham's trainer) and meantime
other decisions had to be- made.
' FOR 'SAL! 1 Small Klein Up Upright
right Upright piano SI 75.00 House
SI7S-A, Margarita C. Z.
Lay Grcundvorls For
Grid, Bascbsll Fight
WASHINGTON ( UP V Feuding
congressmen on the House Judici.
ary Committee laid the aground,
work Wednesday for a lively fight
between professional football and
organized baseball over a sports
anti-trust bill. ;
.A 15-man minority on the com committee
mittee committee revolted against the' com-
mittee majority and filed reports,
calling for a major change in the
bill pushed by chairman Emanuel
A maiontv of the' J .3 member
committee approved the bill April
17. It would exempt most -phase?
of professional team sports, iroin
' Two minority reports were filed
Wednesday;' one. signed by etgnt
Republicans and the other by sev
en Democrats. 4 r.
X St:-'? i'5 V ? ; 'I'm' (.''
Celler'i bill would provide anti.
trust exemption from practices
which are deemed "reasonably
necessary"' to t qui li t e' the
strength of Various teams, 1 fix
territories, regulate 'broadcasting
rights and preserve public con(i,
j ; u 1 .
aence in me nunesiy 01 gpuris.
His bill is backed bv profession.
al football, which the .Supreme
Court has ruled to be subject to
anti-trust regulaion. But baseball
thus far has been exempt from
the anti-trust laws and is working
for the change called for in the
This' revision would delete .the
words "'reasonably, necessary.
Rep. Kenneth JB. 'Keating (R
w. Y.), chief sponsor of the
amendment said inclusion of the
words in the proposed law would
invite countless court tests to
show that such practices as basej
ball's s reserve claue are "reason,
ably ecessarv o the life -of the
"Keating said ; In the Republican
minority report that the,, present
bill would "force organized team
sports to run a gauntlet of legs!
procemngs 0 save themselves
from complete, ruin." .
. .The Democratic minority report
said the two controversial words
would invite endless .law suits.
'.The, battle will be fought Out
when- the bill -reaches 'the House
a rider likes to arrange his stakes
engagements m a d v a n e, you
know. So I : phoned Baltimore
Ivan said he didn't know what
Mrs.. Graham s thinking was at
tne moment and would call back
wnen ne aid ne told me 1 was
off and Ycaza was on." '..
Of course, nothing like this had
ever happened 'before '' to- the
most celebrated equestrain in our
tun nistory? - 1
The hell it hasn't," laughed
Mr. E. Twice that I can remem
ber right off. And both times by
me same owner, sonnv Whitnev.
He took me off a chamnion fillv
namea ifirst tugnt after 1 1 .had!
won seven straignt stakes on
her. Then I lost one at Saratoga
ana ou 1 came. . I don't he.
lieve you auiU fit hpr F.rlrliV" h
Phalanx was the other) Whitnev
notable from which Mr E. 1 was
surprisingly separated:: The colt
has just missed the Derby by a
neaa, naa racea wide and was
third in the Preakness. For the
Belmont, next 1 in line, Whitney
benched Mr. E. 'for Ruperto Do Do-noso.
noso. Do-noso. ,- Maybe Mrs,' Graham's sot the
? This picture has a reverse side
Mr.-... E. Donoso won with him."
;.t Knows How It : Fiols (
right idea, at that." crimared
and, typically. Mr. E. fails to di
rect the-interviewer's attention
it. l he many times other riders
have been taken off to make
preferential room for him. In
facti three of his five Derby con
quests came In this manner. s
On Lawrin, his first,he replac replaced
ed replaced the; regular ? rider Wirie
Wright. On Whlrlaway, he got the
nod over Wendell Eads. On Hoop Hoop-Jr.,
Jr., Hoop-Jr., a late switch from Buddy
Haas put him in the winner's cir circle.
cle. circle. And, as has been noted, with
Hartack i out, he was Calumet's
first, choice for Tim Tarn.
Instead of gunning-for' his sev
enth Preakness, Mr. E. will be at
Belmont astride Bold Ruler in the
Toboggan tomorrow.' ,A hoi&
that's .been miehty eood to me,
he pointed out, possibly a shade
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; IS ft. outboard
crusier, licensed for five. 1957
25 hp. motor and all equipment
needed for boating. Snap on
anchorage cover. All for $700
or will sell boat for $475 and
motor and controls for $225.00.
Call Albreok 2104. : :
FOR SALEr 20 foot cabin
crusier, (0 h.p. Inboard jeep
engine, licensed for 8, bunks 2,
completely equipped, including
head R. A. Andersen. Office
Balboa 2905 Res. 3301.
. 18-ft skiff with 16 h.p. John-',
1 ton $150. lYi h.p. Mercury
$70.00,' air compressor $90.00,'
chair -hoists, ait drills, sextant,
' atimuth -instrument, compass
' spider, protector, missellaneous.
188 Harding, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Chalets, Parquo
Lefevre, r 4 bedrooms, $7,800.
2-floor, $4,500, easy terms.
-3r4 street, Rio Abajo, Gruta
Axul, House! 2311. Hall Una,
8:00 tjn. ct 5:30 p.m.
Zxa Zsa Ch:ll:ngcs
She's !o Pompidour
WASHINGTON (UP) Actress
Zsa Zsa Gabor yesterday chal.
lenged an Ohio congressman to
leave the sanctuary of the House
et 1 u i l i-
iioor anu repeal ms caarye ioai
she is "apparently the most ex expensive
pensive expensive courtesan since Madame
Pompadour." , , t
' The fiery, silver haired beauty
said she would sue the congress
man, .Democratic Ben.' Wayne L.
Hays, if he did. Earlier, Miss
Gabor claimed her -recent
troubles made her more -the
Marie Antoinette type. s
Madame Pompadour, was the
mistress of King Louis XV? of
France. Marie Antoinette was the
wife-: of Louis XVI.- Before dosing
her head under the guillotine, she
was said to have remarked about
the: starving French peasants
"Let 'em eat cake."
' Hays made his 1 statement on
Wednesday during House debate
on the -13,60,3000,000 foreign : aid
bill. Under the constitution, mem members
bers members of Congress cannot be sued
. a A a : 1 j 1
jor any siaiemems maae on me
floor of Congress.
' Hays noted that Miss Gabor
had received an expensive fur oat
ana sports car from i.t. Gen.
Rafael Trujillo Jr.. Son of the Do.
minican president. The congress congressman
man congressman tried in vain -to block fur.
ther U.S. foreign aid for the Tru-
Hays, quoted from a telegram
which he ; said he had received
from the Dominican ambassador;
He said it showed that young
Trujillo received a $50,000 month-1
ly allowance from his father
while attending school in this
country. Then Hava told hi" rni.
leagues: , 1 -, ..
"I submit to you that if he
keeps on fooline around with: zi
s Gabor, who apparently is the
most expensive courtesan
Madame Pompadour, the old man
is going 10 nave 10 raise the ante
Miss Gabor, here to help open
a .new nightclub, challenged Hays
. .uiiic uuv Hum oeqina congres congressional
sional congressional walls of immunity and re repeat
peat repeat his statements about me."
v "Let him come into th r.rii
and I will sue him for his slan slanderous
derous slanderous statements," she said in
a statement. "I: do not believe
. ?l ine. nal,s Congress were
iii'ienaea 10 oe used to slander any-
TO OUR ADVEtlTISEnS
;;: .-; With a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that occiir involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special
CRAWia "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CX
Spanish course for English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking people at University of
Panama from May 19 to July 3.
Classes in the morning and even- :
! (ng on Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday, as follows: MORNING
STUDENTS Beginners at 8:30;
Intermediate: 9:30; Advanced
EVENING STUDENTS: Beginners ,-at
at ,-at 6,- Advanced: 7. Registration
WANTED One or more kid kid-dy
dy kid-dy koop. Phone 3-6044.
Need homo for speyed cat and
small male dog, both free, Phone
Guidet, 828-3383. 1
WANTED: English motor bike
500 ce. Late model. Phone 2 2-1635
1635 2-1635 or 3-3150 after 5 p.m.:
Unopened to .
The Chicago White Sox of 1919,
later: known as the "Black Sox,'
lost the World Series to the Cin
cinnati Reds five games to threa
and It would have been far worse
but for little Dickie Kerr, a left left-handed
handed left-handed pitcher who wasn't in on
the plot to throw the Series.. Kerr
won the third game with, a shut shutout
out shutout and scored Chicago's second
victory in the sixth game for two
of the club's three Series victories.
That was Kerr's rookie season m
' 1 -Js"-
which he had a 13-8 record. Heithat he, was mn npr ppnt in favni
was ine.iouowing year, men
19-17 but the strain was too much
for him and he went out of the
league. He came back with an 0-t
record in 1925 for his maior
league, swan song. Later; he man
aged for many years in, the mtf
nors and is credited with inspir
hie own uiusiai iu cuiumue u
oaseoau as an- ouuieiaer-- wnen
an injury wrecked Musial as a
Whatever happened to Dickie
Kerre Now 64, Kerr, is hn ac
countant for a hardware firm in
Houston, Tex. -
, Requiem Mass J
A requiem" mass will be. held
for the late Mrs... Agnes 'Buckley
Brewster tomorrow at 6 a.m. in
St. Paul's Church. v
The mass is being -sponsored by
Mrs.; Doris Wilkinson,. daughter of
the eceased. ,,'...,-,
" Youiig lady needed for permanent job as
. '. secretary. Must have minimum of 3 years
experience. Write and speak English and t
Spanish correctly. Shorthand and good
At THE PANAMA AMERICAN
13-37 "H" Street Department "A"
We will appreciate your call which
1 to serve you better
Wonderful opportunity for Bl Bl-Lingual
Lingual Bl-Lingual Salesman who can pro produce.
duce. produce. Apply in person. Moderns,
S. A. No. 9$ Patio Kodak. Tel.
i-minutt ear wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxino of
care $6. Auto-Bafio, Tran-lttb
mian Highway near Sears.
T.V. SET OWNERS., Avail vour.
self of the beat for vour T.V.
t U.S. TELEVISION offer factory
trained technician plui no oick oick-up
up oick-up and delivery charge. Phone
Panama 1-7607. 'v
Protect vour home and propor propor-ty
ty propor-ty against insect e a m a 0.
Prompt scientific : treatment oa
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICE, ability,
honesty, customer satisfaction.
6-MONTHS GUARANTEE. For. ;
mer Boston-Miami technicians.
- MR. TV, Phona Manama 2
Swiss watches, wholesale priced
- Central Ave. 13-35 a
First Floor Tel. 2-3992
.We now reupholstcr furniture.
make, cushions, slipcovers, etc
: Free estimates Household Ex Ex-change.
change. Ex-change. Phone 3-4911 3-7348.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. CALL NA
TERS 1 03 Colon, 8057 7th
Baby-sitting service. Phone Bal
boa 1772. ,.
Hoover, In Favor
Of Ike's Defense
NEW YORK (UP) -X Former
President Hoover said" yesterday
of President Eisenhower's plan
tor reorganizing the defense De Department.
partment. Department. 1
"The Congress passed the first
act providing for the unification
(or more precisely integration)
of the armed services in July,
IH47. Atipr nrnmnffoii invActieratinn
ana aeDate uoover said m a
statemenuM ; j
'Smce then,, the Congress has
amended the act in various nar.
ticulars directed to better unifi
cation and ; improvement of i the
services,? he said. "The two com-
missions on organization of the
executive branch of 1947 and 1953
have with the assistance of task
forces,, comprising men of exten extensive
sive extensive experience in the department
made many recommendations for
improvement and better organiza
tion 01 tne service. y
"One common purpose of all
tnese proposals was better unifica unification
tion unification and a firmer civilian control
01 the armed services.
for prompt attention
wilt enable u
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Army-backed De Gaulle Rerioun ces Force
But Civil War Threat Haunts France
f PARIS, May 16 (UP Gen. Charles da Gaulle made it known today that ht hat no intention of returning to
" power by force.
He did so through a statement to the National Assembly by Caullist deputy Jean Lipkowski, who saw Vie gen genial
ial genial this morning. " N
J we shall know shortly that the general will place himself at France's service only within the absolute frame-
. 'work of republican legality," Lipkowski announced. l ''
'Meanwhile Premier Pierre Pflimlin asked today for emergency powers to end the threat of a French revolu-
:5tTon aimed at making De Gaulle the ruler of France. -; 1 V v ' ;
i The premier summoned parliament to a crisis session today to proclaim a state of emergency, and dissolve extre extremist
mist extremist organizations which might bring riot and bl-ppdshed ;-to-.Parls .Itself. .. f'.W'l j ;';
1 The move would be put a step below a declaration of, martial law. . ; 'v ;-:, ,!v!
The nation was panicky, fear
' -fur of a coup d'etat that would
"overthrow the Fourth Republic
and make De Gaulle the supreme
leader backed, by France's 400,-
000-man Algerian army.
-Civil war was an open pos possibility,
sibility, possibility, with anti-Pans lead lead-T
T lead-T ers meeting in Algiers today
to set up a "Committee of Public-Safety"
to rule Algeria un-
til the wartime resistance
'"hero can seize power in
'1 Paris was an armed camp,
"with heavily armed troops pa patrolling
trolling patrolling the streets, concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated around the government build-
!ngs and the National Assembly.
"Armored regiments were alerted
'in the suburbs. ,
France's two greatest allies
the United States and Brit Brit-1
1 Brit-1 J ain were openly alarmed. De
-Gaulle has been anti-NATO in
the past and his return to
power could shake that de defense
fense defense organization to its foun foundations.
dations. foundations. De Gaulle also is a mystic who
thinks of France hv terms of
Dower and grandeur and might
be tempted to negotiate direct directly
ly directly with Premier Nikita Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev in belief he would be the
savior of peace.
uoiomoey les Deux Egnses,
150 miles from Paris, a company
of gendarmes armed with sub sub-machineguns
machineguns sub-machineguns took position near
the country retreat of De Gaulle
early today within hours after
the wartime liberator of France
announced he was "ready to
taxe over ine powers oi the Ke
nation and appeared to some
to bring-tnt : threats of 'civil
! But they might well also
serve a second purpose: to
keep tabs on the. unpredicta unpredictable
ble unpredictable De Gaulle, -:
Th steadilv worsening French
political and military 'crisis
brought to a crescendo by De
Gaulle's statement he was ready
to return had one immediate
effect. y :Vy ,.:...', (': x .:',
It brought some semblance el
unity to several of the nation's
political parties wnose laiiure to
agree In the past has seen, one
government after the other fall
since the Fourth Republic was
.ty Be 'Guests
Atnower Show ;
f Paraiso' high school principal
filiis Fawcett and his. wife will be
ViMts nf honor Sunday at, an
- Tcpen'? tower vshow sponsoredby
'tha.'Pacific Evergieen Garden
rriiih 't the Pearaiso eymnartum.
Other guests will include local
civic,: social and reiiigous leaders.
The show will ebm atsp.ingut
participants, which include Uje
pat Morgan Garden Club of the
Atlantic side,' must have their en en-irtfh
irtfh en-irtfh .at the gymnasum by noon
ii,hop inn tha show are Mrs. G,
Hamilton of Quarry Heights, Mrs,
Vence of Balboa, Mrs. P. Sues
' cum of Panama Cav and Mrs Pat
. Morgan, director and founder ot
the clu,i wno wm aeuer auunu auunu--
- auunu-- dress'' during a short program.
But no guards were seen out
side the walled estate of the
austere Free French leader.
The gendarmes set un a road
block about midnight on the
main highway from Paris, 150
miles to the west. Earlv .this
morning they ; set up headquar
ters In a small house on the
public square of this village : of
The gendarmes were 'un 'undoubtedly
doubtedly 'undoubtedly sent to protect the
controversial figure, whose de declaration
claration declaration that he was read
to assume power rocked the
A created at end of World War II.
Son 01 (Z Couple
To Be Ordained
As Catholic Priest
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24'
hours ending I a today, ts
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company: -.
.. Balboa Cristobal
High ..:.4.t. 6. M
Low, 13 '74
High ........ 94 91
wLowf,.; 74 ,90
Z. (max. mph) NW-13 ; NE-18
RAIN (inches) .44 ,1.35
V (inner harbors) 82 83
- SATURDAY, MAY 17
7 2:51 a.m. 9:05 a.m.
' 3:0Q:p.m. 9:29 p.m.
The Socialists entered the gov
eminent with 1 former premier
Guy Mollet taking the post of
vice premier. But still the righ-
ist, independent (conservative
Partv refused to let the nearness
of disaster change its position.
The partv refused to let for former
mer former premier An tolne Pir-n'; its
chief, Join the; government be
cause all its demands naa not
Lebanese Jets, Ta n les Go Into Action
Against Pro-Nasser Rebel Tribesmen
BEIRUT, May 18 (UP) Lebanese forces usinr jet nlanes anil tank
ern Lebanon today in an effort to smash rebellious tribal armies and drive infiltrators back
More than 30 American refugees from the shell-pocked countryside soueht haven in th.
comparative safety of Beirut. But more were still in areas considered dangerous
One independent American eyewitness confirmed rnvernment laim tin j
bily many more Syrians had crossed the border into l.rfiahnn and iini J..v"F"
tribesmen stirred up by inflammatory broadcasts from Cairo and Damascus radios "ucu,ou
. A dispatch from Washington said Lebanon had asked the U.S. government for a shin,
ment of tanks. The State Department was reported studying the request
1 'f X
The REV. M. J. CODY
7:05 9:00 p.m.
IT STABS TO
The Rev. Michael J. Cody, son
o. Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Cody
of Amador' Road, Balboa, will be
ordained to the priesthood on Sat.
urdayK May 24, in Seattle,, Wash.
The Sacrament of Holy Orders
will he conferred at St. James
Cathedral by Bishop Thomas E.
Gill, auxiliary bishop of 'Seattle.
Born at Gored Hncnital in ioqi
the future priest, attended Canal
Zone schools on the Pacific Side
until graduation from Balboa High
School in 1948. After receiving
his B.A. from St. Martin's Col.
lege, Lacey. Wash.. he entered
i St. Edward's Seminary, Kenmore.
""ou. .v uegm ins iraioing.
na uiwcsaii priesi uirecuy
sunject to the Archbishop of Seat Seat-tie,
tie, Seat-tie, Father Cody will serv ": t.h
cnurcn in the Archdiocese of
Seattle,, which includes r a 1 1 of
western Washington from the ridge
of the Cascade. Mountains to 8the
The first solemn Mass- win he
offered Pentecost Sunday, May 25
ai at. Micnaers Church, Plympia,
Washjv Following s the Moss.I' atU
er Cody,,will ly, to the Zone for
a short, vacation with his parents
asd brother, Harry F. Cody, Jr
a student at Canal Zone i Junior
College, : .:;r';:.;:;:;:'.f-.
On Sunday, June 1, at noon, he
will offer his second solemn Mass
at St. Mary's Church, Balboa.
The Pastor,1 Father Joseph F. Ko.
nen, wi'l preach the sermon. 5
iirst blessings of the newiy.or.
dained will be given immediately
after Mass, A reception honoring
uic iiew pnesi wiu ue nem ti si.
Mary s Hall from 5. to 8 p.m
CZ Joint CrusEde
For Two Agencies
flmnlnves and personnel of
United states Government a a-apnoi
apnoi a-apnoi on the Canal Zone con
tributed $6,370.82 to the Fed
eral Service Joint' crusacte, n
was. announced by Philip L.
Dade, Area Chairman. The Joint
Crusade consists of the two a a-gencies,
gencies, a-gencies, crusade for Freedom,
The result of the collection's
made voluntarily by all agen agen-Mesi
Mesi agen-Mesi is broken down as follows:
Panama Canal Company-Canal
Zone Government, both Atlan
tic and vPacific'sldes, $3,024.39;
United States Army $2,421.15;
Navy, $535.17; Air Force. $35B. $35B.-58:
58: $35B.-58: i and miscellaneous,' $33.53.
These .. funds 't were designated
$1,998.00 to the Crusade for
Freedom:-, $2,767.06 to the Care,
Inc.; and, $1,605.76 undeslimat-
ed,-which will be. divided be
tween both agencies. ;
William C. Schmitt, manager
of .the Chase -Manhtatan Bank
at Balboa, was the Canal Zone
treasurer for the Joint Crusade.
The Chase 'Manhattan bank
bronch ift Cristobal handled the
collections on that' side of the
Tsthmus. This accounting and
bankinjr service ws nerformert1
at no cost to the camnaign and
the aooreclation of the chair
man was exnressertto-that, in
stitution for thm fine ccopera'
Sclan Declares ;
lie Yill Continue
ALGIERS, May 16 (UP)- Gen
in Algeria, announced today that
he will use his full civil and mi military
litary military powers to maintain order
and continue, the fight, against the
Arab rebels..' ;;.. v.
Salan. who threw in: his lot ves
terday with Gen. Charles de Gaul
le, made the announcement in a
special order of the dav to all
French" armed forces In the em embattled
battled embattled N th African territory.
it was published as Itadtri of
th txtn-lgl CqmmittMt of
Public Saftty" throughout tha
country mat here to form jin jin-gl
gl jin-gl bid committae in tfftet
a rival govtrnmtnt to run
Algeria ; until da GaulU' v takes
powor in France.
'France is passing through
grave times," Salan said. 'At a
difficult moment, the "European
and Mosolem populations of all
the departments of '.Algeria have
hastened to reaffirm with force
tneir unity and their determination
to remain French.
"Their, drive ,bas decided those
wnu buu aouDiea trance s reso
'I have been given the task of
assuming provisionally! civil and
military powers," he went on. "I
shall use them to maintain order.
ana ro continue untiringly the
struggle against the rebels."
MRS. POTTER, (abova) wifa
of the Governor of the Canal
Zone, will cut a ribbon at the
Balboa Teen Club tomorrow
afternoon to signal the formal
opening of the club, built
through the cooperative efforts
of the young people of the
Pacific side and various organisations.
llalph Blevis, (below) the Teen
Club President, will hand Mrs,
Potter a pair of scissors to do the
traditional honors at ceremonies
which open at 3:30 p.m. Officers
of the Teen Club and the Facmc
Youth Association," the sponsor sponsor-inge
inge sponsor-inge group, will serve as the re reception
ception reception committee af the formal
FINGERS BRING DISCHARGE
LONDON ( UP V I-. John Bald
win, 22,was discharged from the
Army yesterday because h i s
fingers' were so short he could
not set a prooer erln on the
trigger ot a rifle.
a!ffo,ed thru United Artittl
f Dade also expressed his and
members gratitude for the ef
fort.; made by the employes of
tne eorai Agencies on the
Canal Zone who contributed
enron!lv to he Joint Cru Crusades
sades Crusades The results, he said, are
"ertprniy considered a financial
success and the committee lit
charge li more than pleased
Mrs. Eva Farrell, a long-time
American resident of Panama
City died this morning; at San
The 55-vear-old woman lived
on 50th Street in Bella Vista
She was the widow of James
Farrell who owned Plomeria Pa
nama .: and ... who died .eight
montns ago. ago.-Mrs.
Mrs. ago.-Mrs. Farrell la survived by one
son and one daughter, I Mrs.
Catherine Stef anou of Panama
and a son James, 19.
Funeral services will b held
at Corozal. The date will be an announced
nounced announced later.
A.r r r "i . met s i
i ? i i
There con't be life on other
planets. No spacemen hava been
in Woshinflton asking for money.1
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t., v... i
Informed sources said Premiari
Sami el Solh would demand that
parliament give him .a confidence
vote foday on a request for ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary powers to cope with
the rebellion. ...
Government sources said the ar army
my army had seized back most of the
territory captured by the v rebels
but strong measures still were
needed to prevent the overthrow
of President Camille Chamoun's
pro-Western government. ;
Chamoun's position Wat
strengthened yesterday by the
U.S. dtcision to sand anti-riot
equipment tt Beirut and dis dispatch
patch dispatch a task force .tf 12 amnhi.
blous ships to eastern MdiUif MdiUif-ranean
ranean MdiUif-ranean ready positions w h t r
they will be available for ac action
tion action If needed. :v:
But government officials said
the long border with Syria would
nave to be sealed off to assure
Lebanon's internal security.
Most of the Americans who
fled to Beirut were Presbyterian
missionaries and teachers In
small schools in the countryside
or in American, boys and girls
schools and the U.S.' hospital
in nearby Tripoli. ? v. s
. A total of 32 arrived 1 vestucaw
oy snip, auiomomie and armored
car. but about 75 more were re
ported to have stayed behind in
One of the 14 who cam from
Tripoli by the American
ciat motor snip Jackson Creek
was ur. a. k. Boyes, of Detroit,
a veteran ot 35 years of mission missionary
ary missionary work in TriDoli: His wif ur9
with him.1 l
, An American Presbyterian mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, the Rev. S. N. Alter of
Tarentum, Pa., Said that govern-
Minn jei ugniers, lanxs ana arm-
orea cars yesterday routed rehol.
lious tribesmen and Syrian infil- lowed. Some reports put the ca.
tratnre whn hA u ,iH h. -.hu l....u.. ule a
" " " o..vu .tic uui ur
east sector of the country. Alter
naa just arrivea in Beirut.
A terrorist bomb exploded in
Beirut's mam square yesterday
uu ai ieasi nine persons were
1.111. J :it . .u
iuiieu euner in me oomDing or
me tougn ponce action that fol.
QUEEN HONORS EXPLORER
LONDON (UP) Queen Eliza.
beth yesterday formally knighted
Dr. Vivian Fuchs, the' first man
to lead an expedition across the
Antarctic continent from coast to
The i Buckingham v.Palace cere ceremony
mony ceremony making him : Sir Vivian
was attended by 7 Mrs. Fuchs,
their son, Peter, and 19 members
ofv the Fuchs expedition.'
Bids On Excess
The U. S. Army Caribbean pro
i-eriy aisposai otncei nas an.
sualty figure ss high as 14.
wo persons were shot ami
killed on the spot when they re.
fused to obey military erdera.
After said government ground
troops spearaeaaed by tanks and
armored cars swept north out of
Tripoli under cover of jet fight fight-ers
ers fight-ers and seized most' of the rebel rebel-held
held rebel-held territory..
Reports from the region imme immediately
diately immediately south of Beirut said gov government
ernment government troops had bottled up
anti-government Druze tribesmen
led by Kamal Jamblatt. The gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment gained control of the
area from the tribesmen in a 24-
our Dame Wednesday
nounced that invitations to hid ou the mm, nT f ,0r
25 items of salvage and 333 items of I ffiLJ KS" B.e U"der
csaole Air Force property
betn issued. Bids for these tv.o1
sales will be opened at 9:00 a.m.
and 10:00 a.m.i respectively, on
June in the bid room of building
708 at Corozal.
This property, which consist?) of
a wide variety of items ranging
from a 40-foot semitrailer to seev-
ral lots of miscellaneous hardware
is located -at building 1010 in the
PAD ; area at Curundu. Itmay be
Inspected on weekdays, except
holidays, between the hours of
7.30 a.m. 4U30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m
-3:2C pm until thff morning of the
by sale by contacting either the
property disposal ofneer at tele.
phone 85-4149 or T-Sgt Nichols at
The army's action in the south.
lined MDorts that rmv
mander Gen. Fuad Chahb has
decided to back Chamoun against
the pro-Nasser opposition r"t hat
has paralyzed Lebanon with street
lighting, and. a general strike o o-ver
ver o-ver the past four days. -y-
A Moscow radio broadca st
heard in London charged the IT-,
nited States with open interfer.
ence" m the Lebanese rebellion.
The broadcast, in Arabic, said
i-namoun planned to use Ameri
can, weapons to fight the anti-im.
peralist popular movement."
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LITTLE PICS CO TO DINNER This low, prefabricated, 12 12-sided
sided 12-sided wooden structure, unveiled at Waukoivlowa, is likely,
according to farm experts, to revolutionize hog-raising methods.
The .."pigloo's" shaped-resembling an Eskimo' igloo-caiises
the sow to lie with her back toward structure's outer walls and
..her, udders inward. 'Then these little piggies go to dinner,
emerging only .part-way from the iron-barred- center circle
which provides safety from crushitig. vMelal guard rail behind
sow also pievcnts injury from mother's bulk to any piglet that
Wanders around the, perimeter. Sow enters "pigloo" at least
sevep days before farrowing.1
Uninsured PC Employes May Get Protection This Month
" The perioi In which employes
of the Canal organization can
join the" group health Insurance
plan oh a non-selective basis has
been extended to the end of this
month, it was announced today
by : the Group Hospitalization
Insurance Board. 4 x j!j
r: May 15 had originally been set
as the deadline for admission of
employes on a Tion-selective
basirtutthe time limit has been'
extended because of a delay in
receiving brochures explaining
the group insurance plan.
The Board has announced that
this. will be the last opportunity
for employes now In service to
join without the requirement of
physical examination or without
exceptions In coverage because
of certain previous medical his history,."
tory,." history,." '.. t :, :
Acceptance Into the group plan
means that an employe and his
dependents are protected to the
full extent of the pocy regard-
less of any previous Illnesses or"
medical history) defects. This
non-selective status continues
for the duration of membership,
either active or retired.
The Grouo Insurance Board, fered and who were later ore
rmnnnreri that. PVrfll hnndrprl venter! from 1ntn1n nn nnn.
employes, not previously mem-1 Selective basis are now taking
were reopened for Joining on1 nlty.". v.
Brochures explaining the group
plan, underwritten by Mutual of
Omaha were distributed to em
ployes throughout the Canal or
ganization this month.
Employes desiring additional
Information have been invited to
make Inquiries ; of any Board
member or from the Mutual re representative
presentative representative who is permanently
stationed on the Isthmus.
Slate Trpbpei: Says i
01 Ahiiy Chopper
' WINSTON SALEM, N.C. (UP (UP-State
State (UP-State Highway Patrolman J. L.
Fisher said he was sitting in his
patrol car near; here about 8:20
p.m. yesterday when the noise
siarcea. it sounded like "a thou,
sand motorcycles roaring and
popping. "J!;;. -i.r v.a X. y:: -,; :
- Fisher got but to take a look.
All of a -sudden I saw this
thing witti' bright Hehts cominz
across the highway. It seemed to
be coming right at me about 25
feet above the ground and it was
losing altitude all the time,", he
said. ,.' ..
"It kept on coming and I start.
ed running into the woods to get
out of the way, thinking Jt was go.
ing to crash into me. I didn't
really know which way to run. 1
started to stop behind a large
tree and then a barn but I kept
running because I knew if it was
a crashing plane, it'd plow right
through a tree or barn.
"The harder I'd run, the louder
the motors: sounded and I -could
see fire spitting out from it. I
didn't know where it was running
in the woods. I hit a barbed wire
fence, rolled over it and kept go-
in-"' ' .'
"I must have run a quarter of
a mile." 1,1
In his flight, the patrolman ran
into farmer Grady Weavil.
"He told me the thing came
down right over him While he was
looking for cows in the pasture,"
Fisher said. "He said he ran first
one way and then another but the
thing seemed to hover right over
him. . He thought it was some,
thing from outer space and' that
it was shooting at him." I
The two men realized that the
noise had stopped. They went
back to the highway to take- a
cautious look. - - i
They, saw some Army men
making emergency repairs to
their helicopter. When theywere
finished they took off again, pop.
ping and spitting.
Red China Charges
US Sends Arms
16 Celebes Rebels
TOtfYO (UP) Communist
China charged yesterday the
United States "is sending a con continuous
tinuous continuous stream" of weapons to
Indonesian : rebel forces in the
The New China News Agency
broadcast a 'statement by the
Chinese government saying the
United States has "stepped 'up
and expanded" to "unlawful in-
tervention" in' Indonesia.
Return After 90
Days In Peru :
tt Col John D.- Me and MSet
James D. Oliner og Hfeadtiuart-
crs, U.h. Army Caribbean retur returned
ned returned to USARCARIB early Monday
, monrning, after spending 90 days
in Lima, fere y :
..tj'ia.'W-.i 'ii-;.' ''v; X'.y vv; yy
Their ; mission ih Liml was to
guide and give training to the Pe Peruvian5
ruvian5 Peruvian5 Army in order to develop
a itructure' of military occupation
al speciaties, ..a personnel classifi
cation system and adequate pers pers-onnel
onnel pers-onnel reports. All of these wih be
nMtiwa to iripnt.ifv mannower re
quirements to support training and
dassify officers as well as enustci
men to insure their maximun ef effective
fective effective utilization., 4 .. t,
Girls 6, Boys 3
Three bovs and six girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during the
week ending at midnight Monday,
according to the regular, hospital
reporjt. During the sjime period
189 patients a were tflihitted ana
198 were discharged- t,x x, .-
The names and addressed of the
parents of the boy babies 'follow:
Mr. and Mrs. E,, A. j Williams, of
ranama uityf' mr. and Mrs. a.
A. Cox, of Chilibrti and Dr. knd
Mrs. B. E. "Hiltorr. Ancon.
Girls were born t4 Pfc and Mrs.
L. S. Champion, of 1 Cocoli: Mr.
and:; Mris. M.aM; Bunk,- of trie
15th Naval 'District; and Mrs,
W A 'VRiiKn Af Plnimi rilv.
Mr. and Mrs.' L. R. Worrell, oi
Paraiso; Sp. 3and Mrs. E. A. Bran
nan, of Panama City: and Ma
and Mrs. W. E). Shannon, of AL.
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stock is offered at $2.98 and $3.25 records sold; In U.S. for $3.98;
at $3.98 those at $4.98 In U.S. and on $4.90 those at $5.95 in U.S.
and other lower prices.
WHAT' ARE YOU WAITING FOR?? Come right away to
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