The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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""" At the beginning of August,- Canal Zonians will be paying
liven cents for the first ounce of an airmail letter to the Unit United
ed United States or other areas under the United States flag. The pre pre-tent
tent pre-tent rate is six cents.
. The seven cents rate wdl also apply on airmail posted in
areas of US jurisdiction and bound for Army or Fleet post of-
First class letters will go up too both local and out-of-town
from three cents to four cents. : '
The bill which President Eisenhower signed Tuesday will
give the first increase in firstrdass mail rates in 26 years. '..The
last hike was in 1932. '
The new law raises both postal rates and wages.

la Washington,! the President
tin the bill's "public interest
features outweighed its objection objectionable
able objectionable provisions. But he said sev several
eral several provisions caused him grave
concern," ; including one which
would assess the treasury or an
"excessive amount of postal serv serviced
iced serviced costs" instead of levying
them againt users of the mans
He said these .postal services
would cost about 100 mi ion dol
lars a year and 'togicaUy and
equitably':, should have been fi
nance through proper rates of
pos.age. 't -v
. Other presidential objections
were "failure of the Congress
to provide sufficient revenues to
meet the full cost of operating
the postal service," end
ry structure for postal workers
which raises pay of lower gala,
ried workers whereas some top
The penny boost in letter charg charges
es charges is the mainitem in the r ate
ton and. expected-to bring nju,
extra 550 million dollars annual
Zlry Enpbye Fined
Fcr 'Gioline Jbll
'Art employe of the Army's mo mo-tor
tor mo-tor p6or at Las Cruces, behind A -biook
AFB,: was fined $23 In Bal.
' boa Magistrate's Ceurt yesterday
for Ihe theft Of Jour one-gallon cans
t. 8?soJin'"li .M;i- tn sav

lASKea ii ne v "" :r- -7?
lifore being sentenced, Julio 0.
Alva, 48, Panamaman said:
- M didn't realise when -I did
this that the results would be t so
' far reaching as to lose me my
job, and also cause the utiplea,
santness of my being here.
' A military pobceman told the
court of seeing Alva arrive at the
Sotor pool in a black Plymouth
sadan early in the morning. He
parked the; car hear the gasoline
. station. ?. fr'-
- Hext, the MP 1 said, Alva got m m-to
to m-to an Army truck drove it to
gnme other place in the pool en.
closure,, and came back with the
fofjr cans: They had originally
' contained Insecticide.
-JVs the MP watched, Alva shift,
edthe cans from the mUitarye mUitarye-hide
hide mUitarye-hide to the floor of the sedan,
meanwhile making as if to p u t
, .wter in his car.
- Later,, as 1ihe MP. watched, Al Al-.Va
.Va Al-.Va shifted the cans into the trunk
vl the Plymouth and locked it.
i "JUva was watched, and arrested
a'lter he drove out of the Cu.
' fundo military gate at the end of
the working day.
Employment Chief
Hcturns To Work
After Vacation

George P. Welsh, chief of th
' employment find utilization divi divi-'
' divi-' sion of the presonnel bureau re re-Itu'rned
Itu'rned re-Itu'rned to work this week after a
two-month leave spent in the U.S.
' Walsh aad his family spent their
vacation- on the west coast, in
, .Texas," Louisiana and Florida, and
. 11 We w Jersey,: wnere weisn s Dro Dro-.
. Dro-. thar is1 c'ttv matn?pr"of Teaneck.
' 'ihey returned, to the Isthmus
Monday via ine ranama L,me.
V 'Vnlmpriph was aetine chief of the
Employment and Utilization Divi-
t.on. :'-! "i

Tlrctchcr Ferry Scrvlco Cctwccn 10

Pertinently Suspended Decease Of Lfjlit Traffic
" .''-.'' ..;'' i ,;' '" ; '4 -'. t i, Vi r ii
Thatcher Ferry service will be permanently suspended between 10 p.m. v and 6 a.m.V-
effective Sunday, because of the continued Hffht traffic during those hours. v
A recent traffic check on the use of the: ferry showed that; an average of about 78
vehicles are accommodated nightly between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., or less than 10 an hour.
In contrast, approximately 1600 vehicles cross the Canal by ; Thatcher Ferry during the
other 18 hours of the day, ah average of 100 an hour. ; ,.
For many years Thatcher Ferry, has been operated on 4 24-hour, basis. After 'the
opening of the Miraflores Bridge the amount of. traffic over the ferry greatly diminished
ana during: the past few years relatively few cars use the service at night, i
. ".lh the.Jevision,' of the. schedule,, to a 18-honr service, two ferryboats will be operat-,
' 1 ? I provide a continuous service on a l.i-niinute schedule frojn' 6 o'clock In the morolnf
; l' o'clock at night. . .. .-: .. i ....

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. a ,;rrom Koster,

when all its provisions take ef
font 1 i
The new law Gives, oav raises
?L25 mil!i0,n dol,lars 8 ?ear ,0
520,000 postal workers, retroactive
to last Jan. 1
Body 01 Cardinal
Slrilch Will Be
Flown To Chicago
ROME, May. 29 (UPI)-Cadinal
of the Roman Catholic Churcr,
the famed Sistine choir and hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of Roman priests and lay laymen
men laymen attended a Requiem Mass
today for Samuel Cardinal Stritch,
His body was to be flown home
to Chicago for burial, following the
mass.
' The mas for the dead was sung
m'theW iwe'ehurch of St. U-
. .1 ,.11 Ton v, j'omrd.a't
er the f.cd-p ot ihe Jesuit or order.
der. order. 4
An Italian guard of honor '.vas
assigned to, conduct the body to
Ciampino Airport, 10 miles south
of Rome, whete it -wjll be plac'
ed aboard a Pain American' plane
for the1 flight back to the United
States. c
Under the 192J Lateran Pact
between the Vatican and Italy;
cardinals in Italy are entitled to
the same honors tn princes of the
b'ood.- 1 1 .
The body of the 70-year-old car.
dinal was taken to St, Ignatiup'
vesterday and placed on a bier

hi swim ,iip
ISA ... i

THIS PICTURE DOESN'T PROVE A THING except that there
are pretty girls arid big sunflowers Jn the Canal Zone. 1 This
particular pretty girl Is Nellie; G. .Raybourn, a Balboa High
School senior, This, particular sunflower Is about 12 feet high
and the wonder of the Grounds Maintenance Branch, office
near the Balboa gasoline station It .started from a bit, of seed
which someone tossed onto the -ground, and it- grew and grew.
It got so- tall that Nellie had-to climb A stepladder to see
' the blossom. ; -,

"let the people

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Appointed
Of Over 400
fine annnintmpnt tn a DOSltion
in the Supply Division has alrea alrea-d
d alrea-d been made .rom a register es established
tablished established recently following exami-
nations taken by over 4uu men
and women seeking to qualify for
inhc in ha aorvira ppnters and re.
tail stores Several other appoint.
ments are anticipated irom ims
register sin the near future. ;
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A total of 40$ men and women
from both.' sides of v the
Tcthmns tnnk t.h( examinations in
April. Of these.. 152 qualified for
Ue position register. Nintey-six of
(h K.2 are Paci;ic.sideri and 66
the 152 are PaciJc-siders and 66
are Atlantic-side residents.
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The register covers such posi.
tions as salesclerk, luggermen,
cashiers, section head and stock.,
men. Clerical positions in the
sales and service branch will al.
so be fil'ed from the register.
Those taking the examinations
and interviews were "United States
and Panamanian citizens, between
18 and 35 years of age. ,"
Albuc::rq"3,Rol2ry
Cb!) Av;crd Vcn
Midshlnmn apt. Bartley P.
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bartley Smith, of Balboa- Heights,
has been .presented the-award.for
the outstanding senior midship midshipman
man midshipman P'vpo by the Albuquerque Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club. v.
.Ths (ward wa nre.-iAnfpd it t
joint Navy-Air Force awards cer
emony and review on May it, at
the University of New Mexfco.
Sm'tjh, a senior in inter-Amerli
cn affairs, is also batTalio!i com-,
mander for the NROTC unit. mid midshipmen.
shipmen. midshipmen.
p.m. And 6

knoic the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958

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MAI. GEN. THOMAS I. HARROLD says goodbve to his god-'
daughter, Tanla Lesoysky, Just before he boarded' -the shlo to
depart from Panama "yesterday. Mrs.- Harrold looks on. Little
.Tania' Is .the daughter of Capt and Mrs. Fulton D. Lesovsky
- j ,of Fort GuUck.- (U.S. Army Photo) r

Sc:rch i For : Aliened Chij;en, Thief
Causes .luch Excitement1 At Paraiso

An alleged theft of two; cartons
of-frozen chicken, a chase and
an old woman frightened Into
what police termed "a state of
shock'! threw the town of Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso into excitement at dusS yes.
terday.
.The running pursuit started when
Paraiso commissary employes saw
a roan inside the .commissary
with what appeared to be the
frozen chicken stuffed in his shirt.
Accosted by the authorities,; he
bolted and escaped.
Sv the time police arrived rbe
suspect bad disappeared.' Search
of .a wide' area Degan.- ops were
tipped off he had entered Quar.
ters 368; where the old lady, was
described as hysterical.
While two 'police stood by., one
officer entered the apartment of
tne' uarnngion iamny, wueie -uie
grandmother, Mrs. Edith Carring
ton, 78 had been alone.'
Rene Jules': 39, a Panamanian
resident of Chihbre, wis found
hiding in the clothes closet "be-
tween the, dresses." t
Charming Burglar
Cave Victim $10
And Kiss On Cheek
'LOS' ANGELES XTP) Police
today", sought a well-dressed bur burglar
glar burglar who kissed Mrs. Sylvia Netz,
35, and gave her $10 when she
said she bad only 50 cents, in the
house.
. The attractive brunette said she
awoke today to find a young.
dark -haired intruder standing at
the foot ,of her bed.
. rA .11.. u.,.. "t.!i
jw juu iwiij nave 'iiui 'ciin-
dren asked the burglar, before
Mrs.,-Netz, could even scream. :
' Gaspsing, Mrs. Netz said,, ''How
did you get in here?
"J -broke in," the. young 'man
reolied calmlv. ....
Mrs. Netz said she had only 50
cents in the house and showed me
burglar her purse to prove it,
','fiere; you need this worse than
t do, .he said, handing the start
'ed woman $10. i
When she protested, he kissed
ver on the cheek and left. ;
Ov6rrCrisised
,.,,.;,' : r i :.l '. ".; ('.'..'".
' NEW YORK (UPI) -"The way
t got it '.figured," said Wilbur,
our office grouch, ,"is that the av
erage, guy has faced so many crises-
in the, last few months that
he's over crisisod. t He's n ti m b.
Not in- a sate of i ck I wouldu'tj
say tnat, just numD. ,-.
What makes you feel that way,
old man?
T'eqau&e he just doesn't re.
act," said Wilbur. "You ask him
how he 'feels about the ".sputnik
threat orhe H -bomb -mennce,
and he just stands there kind of

country is fflc" Abraham Lincoln,

n
rri r
He resisted arrest, and it took
all three po icemen to collar him.
and get him to the Balboa station.-
, ,
Mrs. Carrington had been silting
quietly at home alone, she (' told
ponce, when a strange man. "broke
in. through the. door.'! She is still
too ill to come to court, police
said. Her ton and daughter-in-law
appeared.
: Police have failed to recover
the irozeii chicken. A s,e a r U,
they said, covered a wide ; area,
filled with children.
Jules 'faced three charges': one
of petit larceny for the chicken.
worth $2.40; another of trespassing
in tne commissary and a- third
of '.'loitering!' in the c Carrington
home.
' In handing, down his decisions,
Judge John E. Deming said:
''You apparently did take some,
thing, but the chicken was n't
found." Jules was found hotguil.
ty on the petit larceny count. ;
k
He was fined $10 for trespass trespassing
ing trespassing (he has only limited privileg privileges
es privileges and no right to enter the com.
missary); and was-also given five
days in jail on the loiter) n g
charge. )t 4
' Back in 1950 Jules was fined
$15 for stealing a bott'e of ketch.
W; in 1953 he, was tinea ?is tor
disturbing the peace ma using
vile language in the presence, of
feamales. ., 1
; Memorial Day
Broadcast ; ;
:.:Wt.;. in v;;4:: V... :.s:;;''--.'V
An annual memofial program
will be broancasy tomorrow at
:30 kn.m. ever the CPR network
in r Colon. ;
During the 90-minu'e long pro program,
gram, program, names of the "esd w'll be
read and hymns' will be played,
i eplogy delivero by Ju. c
Jollife. .

Averaae Guy Now Faced With Kim-Zsa Zsa .Crisis

bleary -eyed. Voil : ask him "does
he think the recession is winning
losing, or drawing. He j ust
spreads his arms. ; :
" tell, you that tvtrag guy
v round this town has bean nil
'with the news' of so many in.
tirnational critas that he's lost
hit capacity t get excited.
jiy grandpa used, to tell me
that back in the gay nineties,,
when things were slower and nven
had time to form an opinion, you
couldn't even say the words
'free-silver'--ou;. an--tha- streets
without starting a fight.'

tiii

Gurfew Relaxed,
'): :

From M i
.As the siege of Panamd
report by early, this afternoon

Morning newspapers today carried predictions that agreement was near; But a
Presidencia source said this afternoon there was nothing to report'yet." ; w
The Presidencia did announce a relaxina of the curfew, which will nflw,bt''MroM

ed from midnight to 5 a.m. instead of from 10 p.m. as previously, " ."
' No more students have been caught so far today after slipping out of the Univer University
sity University through the National Guard Cordon info the Curundu'military reservation. "l k-

,ii wui ium iiiursuuy eremng inar rne sruaenrs rrom rne emDaTtied National IB-'
stitute filed into the Canal Zone where they climbed intobuses for the trip to'fhe
University On their arrival there, the siege clamped down. (i Y; .1

The
National Guard cordoni
round the campus is not so heavily-manned
as earlier in the
week, according to observers.
A' team of university profes professors
sors professors headed by rector Dr. Jaime
de la Guardia has been acting as
intermediary between the' gov government
ernment government and the students.
Government negotiators are
tanama's ambassador to Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Ricardb Arias, Bombero
chief Raul Arango, Dr. Erasmo
de la Guardia and Juan de Arco
Gaiindo, the President's brother
and brotherrin-law. respectively
Student negotiators are head-
ptl bv Pant.tllo oeneral Recretarv
or the i executive committee oj
the Panamanian Students Fede
ration; anrt Carlos Arellano LenJ
noxprp. sident qI. the University
Students Union, ,
'.A total of 21 boys' arid voung
men picked mp on the CurunHu
MiHtarp Reservation in the
last week were in Canal Zone
ja1s today.
some were students, some were
not, some carried weanons or
propatanda some om not out
almost H had sdmitted taking
art In thn. student ororest ac activities
tivities activities centered around Panama
Unlver1tv on the Trans-Isth-mlpn
Fifhway. '
At least seven of those in
.fell gave ncciiTwf'ons other
than that of student.
. There have ben transferred to
Cristobal 1a to avoid over over-crowdlno'
crowdlno' over-crowdlno' st Bfboa. '
Onlv one student, a radio an
nouncer, was sentencM toda. He
recp'ved a susn"ed witenr.e
. resume of he dtanienti
of those sa,e' ,an'ht re"
mll'tarv lnst1lt,inn with
' er'-h' wk shnwe tb? p'I
adn'itted thev Vrew' tbv
wouH not nerm't. to enter
te Canal 7,on with wpnn.
- It was v rerallod tortaV tst
vVien some n'ne buslcs1 o'
ent' whi hfd been th w w-tional
tional w-tional institute on th of ,T"lv
Avenue were tr'ansporte' t" the
TTnlvprMtv lirlrier R- Vnd Of
"truce" between Rtudt ord
National cti'P'-dsmen, this fact
, Tb buses were no fin o
tomb'a rort, nea' )tt.. DiMRt,
rourt 'jj thi crmi 7onA, ad s
he st"fteT)ts entred the bn
their we8os wer t,Ven awv
nroh'Ht'on on br,n' the
ePoris hpef-WdS vliHnef.
Vf'?l ft Pao Pi"e station
toiy, ge a vh:t wea"0"
tid ,iher Item f"m : last
Thi'rs''' !s'r.Thev, In
t'urte a Hji(i"ll bt; w .I"""?
nieos' of se'. "nrent'v for
n"l"mr manholo coders, two
nieces of Kome-ra feWorV"
annarent'v fOkets). five
hone-m! Mnc''. vor'n,
lfnlTM. bntHs ft' ffllkS,
chains an wMcm of steel .'
The single sunt sontTd
todpv was T uis O! Ri'SeU, 78, Co
lomb'pn. who received a sus
uended sentence i and a yers
nrobation on the con"tion thst
he obev his father and break no
Cf",l Zone law.
The bov saH be wanted to be
freed, from Balboa Jail where
"Now we got the fallout crisis,
the education crisis, the juvenile
delinquency crisis, the South A A-merican
merican A-merican crisis, the A 1 g e r i a n,
French, Pe Gaulle, Tunisians as
well as the Caribbean Kim-Zsa
Zsa crisis. ..
What was that last- one, Wil Wilbur?
bur? Wilbur? ,
t "Kim-Zsa Zsa, br gift norse,
crisis," he replied, rolling his
eyes. ''There, are so many
these things faught wigh peri'
go.ng on that the man in the
street can't decide what to be
.raaJly. scared. oLorwork,'upa
bout.

I1IC

d n i g h t Till 5 a jii

University entered its second

between the holdout students and the government.

Sighted Scouts, Scocpcd Up Same-

otic Boy Scouts from. Panama
wno staneo oui yesteraay aner-
noon on a fruit-picking hike in:
to the jungle wound nip in the
lobby at Balboa police station.
They didnit exactly run into
an unexpected' picnic;.' but a
nourishing hot meal was serv served
ed served the youngsters while they
waited at the station house for
relatives to come tor tnem.:v"
All the boys ranging In age
from nine to 18 k- were mem members"
bers" members" of a Bov Scout troop; from
the caDital city suburb of teta
nia, on the Translsthmian Hlgh-
XJnwlttlnglt they had wand
ered onto the Curundu Mill-
he 'was "treated very well" but
just wanted to go home. His
father seemed slightly dubious
about Lus getting bis freedom,
but agreed. i
,....,-.,,. .... ,7 y.-v c-yr f j -!
From other,f sources, if wa
learned thaV Luis had already
broken the terms Ot his release
In Panama after he was brought
out by an Impostor posing as r.is
mother. Then, too. he was sup
nosed to bo nome msieaa no
was causht going back to : the
University.
At least seven, of the young
men now ... In Balboa; J ail told
authorities there they are not
students. Their 'names and the
occupations given are:
. Rov G. SDencer, shoe-sWner;
" Juan G. t SalcedOi chauffeur
at a laundry: -Dlonlslo
Duarte, .laborer.
Miguel P. Vargas, unemploy unemployed
ed unemployed laborer. .'
- Pedro E. Plnzon, .- janitor janitor-watchman
watchman janitor-watchman ; at Hotel Colombia.
Dario Gonzalez chauffeur.
Frank Thomas McElfresh, Jr.,
gas station attendant.. He first
cave -the name VRoberto Nten Nten-doza
doza Nten-doza Gonzalez" but later e ad admitted
mitted admitted his real Identity,
i The government today ex-
London Pus Strike
Leer Threatens V
Tola! Paralysis :
' LONDON, May 29 (UPD-The
leader of London's striking bus
mn todav raised the threat
of a symnathy strike, in allied In Industries
dustries Industries that would paralyze the
city s
tiublic transportation. .TheT
bus strike is xa Rs fdurth week.
' Prank Cousins, leader of the
Transport and General Workers
Union, called Wednesday on
workers in the key power and
fuel industries in 1 southeastern
England to ,walk out if the Lon London
don London Transoort Executive did not
make a firm wage 'offer, to the
strikers bv the end of the week.
"A" generation ago, the Black
Sox scsndal was 'a bombshell in
baseball. But nowadays, you ask
the average New Yorker what he
thinks about the Giants and aie
Dodger j leaving town, and does
he. cloud up and holler? ,.
. "He does pot. He looks hlp
lest, and quasi. sulUn and rt
plies mildly: "Lttm go.' The
fight hat qone out ef him,rbt him,rbt-cautt
cautt him,rbt-cautt of the eternal crisis-pos-
ture of his existence.'
"You ask mm. his opinion of the

threat posed by the sack dress "Af this- stage," said A
All he'ean rlo is look bank and"m6re vegetable thai a:
say "AaaaK." " I else."1-

nvi CENTS

Kow Runs

Veek there woitio official
.fij
tary Reservation. ,imfwhxt
tense area 'these d?ys. A "t
Though tschnic'liv.'ioif fhe-ro-
semtlon, the 'road on which
"v. uuja wcie juiuia is some
times traveled bv" buseir'anri it
quite distant from the part ol
uie reservauon wnere military
installations are located and also
from Panama University.
When .brought -tnto'th .tac
tion, one of the youn?stWs ga4
his 'home telephone numb-r."
in,waa promptly called by the
Zone cops., --;:,, i
' In quick time almost ?i re
latives appeared ,.. to exn'nin
that the boys had, left hom
with ruck-sacks and bags for
to seek native fruit.- Sw
A few did carry Boy Scout
knives- biiti they ; fl also carried v
Boy Scout cards.'
No charges were fted aalnt
Both the bovs and their
ents, were smiling,' as they, left
U1 I1UJI1C, , f
tended until "June 15 the ex expiration
piration expiration date for- the pav
ment of propertv taxes for
the second quarter of 1351 i
with the customary discount ;
' for prompt payment,. '
The June 15 date was set'byt
an executive decree signed by
President de ,'la, Guardia and
Finance Minister' Ferpando Ele Ele-ta.
ta. Ele-ta. t
The decree said It' took into
consideration the -"exist'.n- sit situation.
uation. situation. during the last," dayi
of, the, month of May.', v
Ilobel Prize. Piicjj;
From Puerto Rico" Rico"-Dies
Dies Rico"-Dies In Hosnilal v
SAN .tUAN,J Puerto Rioo. May
29 (UPi Juan Ramon Jimfenci, Jimfenci,-78,
78, Jimfenci,-78, Spanish-born Nobel Prize.win.
ning ioef, died today of. bronchial
pneumonia.
t The aged .'poet : had been. hospl.
talized here for "treatment "for
the lung ailment and succumbed
to it at 4 o'clock this morning.
Dr. Juan Sabater, his physician,"
saiid .Jimenez, had been running
a fever as hiah ;as 104 1 deercii
and had not been- responding re
nmmM hari. wn
Jimenez had' been teaching al
i the Umversi'y,; of i Puerto Rfep foi
He died., In Mimiyss. Hospital,
the same one in which his 9.year.
rM "'i'e, did of cancer on Oct
28, 1956, jQst' three days after
the Sw2r''sh. .Academv nf Liters
ture in Stockholm awarded A him
the 1956 Nobel Prize for llteratuM
for" bis lyrical ,' poetry-partifiilar
b' for bis work,."Platero and lr
..'.,.:A,.-:;uii J,,.
. "I don't say the, averagejblnt I
i$ going, ostrich and burying-hj
head to the monster trials of fnt
world. Nor do I say he's -ia i
gnn-and-bear i it' mood.' He's be bewildered
wildered bewildered and bewitched but ani
this 1 say out of my own TeseraH
pa the s.reet too beat to be boU)
ered.' .-
-
Well, where do you fit in(6 'al
this, yourself? Do you feel bke I
man or
mouse,' or ." maybe c
.trich?



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ASPIRATIONS
ir:
k aV.ni itkanirao w-hon

tii a Tiatinrts makintr nistnrv todav looms over tiie DeneCUOnS OX

W SlrM ,o -m.chor) nrVlOTl
ters became the United States of
-- jij .n- iha cnirit

li "TltLllU U1U UUU Oc u
-remise as tradition had made
a orQ innirincr smith

I l,Wlun .uuu.iif, w ...
I Fnmke'tneir bid for recognition,

f oniS as students ana young people acting up.v un m wieae ncu-tpie-a;
new approach for a philosophy may emerge in; courage
arttf hope beyond tne established order of national ideals.. They
i tvni fins t.riifi-.iirB nf nemocra,cv and' tney

horror.it as much as possible

I Jperamentaliy handicappealby

4 The students cannot. yet find, the guiding evidence of qual'
ity lh' the words and actions of'these politicos to .match their
I i maturity' A -'' -v !- :-": '' -'''
s I-- I am' for the students on the day they substitute the essence
-for the semblance. They can. do it Not today... maybe notito notito-t
t notito-t 'morrow. ..but in their pursuit of constructive activities and pp-
Itportunlties they -will turn from being foolish fighting children
iio create in Latin Aiiierlca a focal point of world respect, i u
I fl,am',ar American, born in the security, of democracy, bred
Cahd' nourished by its bountiful love and kindness, living eternal--
lly-m the knowledge that my country will not let me down. But
i H shall not let what l am and the 'glory of so 'great a nation, as
; the- United States of American dull -my .perception pt things to
COmfonitnlis I Vantage pointI seek companions in matters; of
J courage, and goodwill not by similarity alone but bx progressive
h intention wherever it may be-found. I want to be friends with
f other nations sharing this hemisphere of tomorrow. ,f 1
i K J only ask of myself and other people thriving on secure
Ideals that we -look ahead of the mark of Democracy, that its
Might remain. Lettus not appraise-the youth' of: Latin. America

and their, activities witnout empnasis on me must mumw
lmer; evidencing strength and courage in the search for mote
perfect ordef. Let' us reach into the heart and effwts of intel intel--
- intel-- ligent voung men and women who may pursue and establish a
Spirit of their own with a name and purpose to be respected.'
nr. ,fy n mono innfriprp.p. in the new eenera-

Uon. As we so blind as we look

well as- aspiration mat w ao not see .me suriciui8s m u
and womep? Look into their faces closely (;andou will see Jihe
srim realities of living as harsh as an aged man or woman por-!
trays in our land. You will have the answer to the error of
theix approach that suffocates the finer, significance -of what
they are trytog to 'V.v.

i. i t id. Hfk if
It is so simple out so naia
J.j mi nam

,1 was an unusually poor child iri, our land of plenty, strugi
lling as. few Americans do in childhood for education and ac ac-,
, ac-, ceptance. Nevertheless life was of laughter, of beauty,; of dreams,
' and of hopes Poverty, inequality, hunger was lost .on.nje-dwel-
ilng-in a land of attainment and hope for .all rnenj-..--."V?
Ironically, even the most secure classes oLiaun fluntnes
v a .sniiHoe vi AiTiuripans are thp children, and the

youth of the Latin Nations are the aged, thewounded and the
. t..oj tt4tvniif avan fnniish rirpiims to nrovlde some recourse

lUULllVUvU ni.l.uU w t v ww--"
rm-r1Fmm .... ,T . i i r..

from Killing ana aeterminea anitiBU""".
Their daily living of sorrow, realities; of love; work and giv
t lng are only offset once a year with wild acts of Carnival pro pro-llitikig
llitikig pro-llitikig nD foundation for thepromise and hope tto inean
Ind They areTso cheated of a name; Si Respects befitting -their
underlying mctivatlons. They are courageous men and women
called too young to do the work their fathers have not donfc
efore'"'themf taia steeagth
-. w fnY means, overwhelmed and confused by democracy and in
! are intelligent men and women even where their own acts may
I prove their downfall. Do not dishonor their qualities.
J Condemn a child who kills -his next door neighbor by build-
lng a rocket to the moon and with his friend in it if you must.
'The pity is'that child may be condemned"-by .society as a .m'ur-
derer whehther promise of genius was. there." ; .-i H
...... .t -1. M u ttmH-a! dfntoa A vwWnoT" tart Hor era n rt rnpivT.3.-

Ji tin nations befott4t Is tod late.;

T1 Support IUlUre XIOUCS 111 WllatCVCI lUlIll Ul wuucyw Ji mjr
3 The Latin nations present their struggle for recognition in
4 the order of things today in the vitality of youth,-the new age
J of education and let us hope they make their mark in history a
Is If there are any changes in the political philosophies on
I this continent, seek to respect the Latin nations who are mak mak-f
f mak-f lng their bid for recognition. The United States of America can

support greatness, and at the same time let the atin. nations
reach for it. .-....rrix-'-T;-.
.....w.:;.,..-,,,... j,ee: Young,
' J J LM 1. 1 ROUGH RIFFINQ itXi&M'
Bit-. v-r;-T-'c

USARCARIB for negligence in dealing' .with Local Raters .who
t are the haniest workers on Uncle. Sam's payroll here.: ;bSci:
Most of Jthe-Local Rate employes who .are being, riffed and
i bumped as a result-of a reduction in Command's fu"nds are :not
t even paid the' courtesy: of a personal, notification from'; their:-im-i
mediate supervisors. Such a gesture would,, go far in showing
Kthe victims that their services; were at least appreciated by the
eparating organizations.' ' ',
t The CPO maintains "a-perfunctory and imperjsonal attitude
t in handing out Teduction-in-force notices or job-displacement
"avisos." Human warmth and sentiment are lacking; in: these
j situations. The Ordnance Septibn is Jintably lacking in this re-
J Generally sneaking. Local Raters are pushed more to pro

duce than are their U..S. Rate counterparts. The argument that
all U.S. Raters are more productive and better-trained than all
Local Raters holding comparable positions ,1s unrealistic and
fallacious. For even college-educated U.S. Raters readily admit
that they work easier and are better paid here than', in CONUS.
UJS. Raters who insinuate that ''Vigilante" (Mall Box, May
15) should seek employment in Panama should remember the
old saying that "People who live in glass houses should not cast
stones." The Panama Canal is a joint enterprise to all intents
and purposes. So regardless of the proprietary feelings that
vitiate the reasoning and perspective of most Zonlans, Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians have a legitimate claim to seek gainful employment and
equal pay for equal work? in the Canal Zone. -
. Moreover, owing to : the local paternalistic setup which
pampers U.S.-citizens-.and allows them free r,ein regardless, of
merit, these Americans can thrive on the hard labor of unre unrewarded
warded unrewarded native workers. - .
It is therefore imperative i that. Local Raters band them themselves
selves themselves together in a strong labor union to secure their occupa occupational
tional occupational welfare and job rights. That's the only way they can be
effectively protected.
I sometimes wonder1 whether the many U.S. Raters who

who perpetrate shenanigans to the detriment of defenseless
Local Raters really think they are accomplishing altruistic and
democratic deeds. When a -big man stifles a little man he di diminishes
minishes diminishes himself. :
v The magnanimity of true Americans can be measured by
the tolerance, understanding and equity displayed by a few
here. Those U.S. Raters who constantly preen their feathers
at the plight and status quo of Panamanians' employes are
shallow and full,of malice. In doing this they render a dis disservice
service disservice to a ?reat country the U.S.A. and also frustrate
the conscientious efforts of those who strive to cement inter inter-American
American inter-American solidarity.
' In order to prevent despotism the government .of the U S.
was founded on a system of balances and checks.,
.- Why is it then that a handful of operating officials can
make a travesty of the occupational fates of Local Raters? All
they usually do is to call a caucus and scuttle whomsoever their
whims and caprices dictate should go at 'the moment.1 Job
abolishment is the gimmick that triggers the bumping andJ'tif andJ'tif-flpg
flpg andJ'tif-flpg parade. .: . .;' .
Recently, a U.S. Rate 'supervisor of average ability, gery,
mandered his organization to weed out'v. undesirables. These
ousted pawns in turn are wreaking havoc Commandwide be because
cause because they have seniority rights over, the majority of employes
In the -competitive groups (levels) to which they belong.
,1 am eagerly awaiting the backlash of these moves for the
day of final judgment is, coming soon when all technical serv serv-,
, serv-, Ices will hay?. to align jheir irganizatioift; uniformly, . y
. Finally.! feel that mos U.S., Raters should .be inawfilnat;"
ed with the principles of integrity and human understanding
before being shipped here to foster and maintain harmonious
relations with Panamanians.
-D.r.p.

OF YOUTH

tho CTrnccrifs Tnr rrcuuiiibiuii. uy
thO TMlTtV nntlfln ACfOKS tile WiV
America because in those days
iihprtv wnniri he as ereat .ii
w-vrf .. w
her before .us: ' -.. :; v
the Latin American Nations
. ...
in some eyes' tney may be been
against the overpowering efforts
the meaningless fervor1 of their
at these -children .of .escape? as
ior u w uiwi!.
ivt Lin w ----.J
thpw Hn nnt. lnnph at anvthmir.
- r
HhjH.'tf-.Mi.l'UM.. ..... .
DemocratiJi thinking offAfs.' tos

Labor : News
-. .- And v
.Comment

By VICTOR RIESEL
CHICAGO The U.S. Justice
Dept.-believes that there are at
least 1,000 to 1,500 powerful racK racK-eteers
eteers racK-eteers running the interlocking
crime syndicate across the land,
ana thai they opera ie out oi una
city, New York and Miami. That's
wby the Justice Dept. has set up
what it calls a "unified prosecu prosecutive
tive prosecutive command,", s, V ;
If this doesn't set the bells
ringing m tne oifices of the mobs'
mouthpieces, then the under,
world s illiteracy begins to match
Ls muscle. -
In the words of U.S. Attorney
General William Rogers, it is the
lirst- governmental unities prosev
cutive command." ; Its chiets of
stans, drawn irom all t edera
anti-crime units,- including the
postal inspectors, already, have
mei and organized. 4 -f .:.
On the morning of May 7, some
25 or 30 of themgathre4,in tne
slapped-together headquarters of
their leaaer, Milton -Wessel. at
346 Broadway, in a New, York
neighoorhood as erimv as, the
characters they plan to jail.
mis was the nrs such confer;
ence in the history of law and or
aer. its nrst tasK was to coorcii,
nate the campaign against .the
100 most powerful racketeers in
me iana.
Buc theirs was not a : limited
campaign for they were plan
ning au anti-cwne uriver against
at least 1,000 ana pernaps 1.50C
ot the lanu s crime tycoons. A
corny wora, tycoons, but pertect'
nevc..;.';'v1:i.'V'',-i :;;:;:;.!'.:' ..w.' ;"?'?'-"
: The technique will be to at at-tempr
tempr at-tempr 10 f keep the criminal
leadership ott-Palance.- When
end iv teme ot me top 100
,re jailed ot deponed, -new;
iiuines will u tiiicd in. Bur the
U00 t I,a0i) figuie is the Dept.;
ii.- justice's eatimete of the
numotr ,ot convictions -it
neea 10 citan up the lend.
.will
Many of the 1,500 hoods- have
iniUtratea ianor. ine D. a. J. will
not. reveal now many nut it
is fact .mat ,u keeps m :. .'.regular
eomactwi.a oecie.ary of Xaoor
aiaes i.uicaeiu .At uie unuieu
prosecutive; command" test 10 a,
Miere were experts, on uie ialt-
(Hart.ey Law and the Hobbs Ami.
nat'fifc.eenng ,&ch Me latter ror ror-bids
bids ror-bids extortion or threats of vio violence
lence violence ana ooth are -specif icauy
aimed ..at lapor raciieteermg.;;
? !?iV",:f: itfs.iif.'
' ?k fewdayB- 'ago Mn-i; Rogers
explained tne- neea ior'.the' cooiv
auiLeu t Veuerat aiga E60uimaui
", .Wnat'seemeut lo b-licking
tin me pas.; ana wnat we are in
ithe, processv oti eatabhshuig' -is
unified ; prosecutive Command
wnere ail information on racke racketeers
teers racketeers from ail "investigative agen agencies
cies agencies will be correlated, stuaied
ana actfed upon."'
v- '5
.This command will be used to
hit ai :the "top planning boards"
ot tne enme synaica.es. Tney ara
Cioseiy cooruinatea. Tnereioie, the
Justice Dept. people believe that
iheti iirivewiu have tne same
eilect on the crime combine as
the constant departure of presi presidents,
dents, presidents, boaras of airectors and ac account
count account vice presidents would nave
on ai large corporation. The lack
'or.-, skilled oif icers would create
chaos.'
r ln a recent talk, during which
he referred to the Apalachin type
of-criminal board of trade, Mr.
Rogers said:
"-v.l'her. members d these -top- lew-1
el planning boards are also the
key ."xiguresi m organizations' with
headquarters in New York, Mia Miami,'
mi,' Miami,' Cnica go and other -cities in
the U.S. Here the Mulli -- million
yollar businesses- take shape.,.
'. "Those on 'top seldom come
In contact with- the local, hood hoodlums
lums hoodlums whe ere responsible for
maintaining discipline, -bribing
local officials, or actually dis.
persing the products of crime.
But through strong-arm tactics
carried out through Subordinate
In the chain of command, end
wh the power to shut otf nec necessary
essary necessary financing,, production, and
sources of supply, theyxercise
.control over most of the profit profitable
able profitable forms of illegal activities.
"It is our purpose to concen concentrate
trate concentrate on these overlords. We
plan to find out everything thut
we can find out about them their
sources of income; their present
activities,'" how they invest they
money and how they avoid pay-ing-iheir
taxes.
To fight this underworld chain
of command, the Attorney Gener General
al General has set up his own. The "uni "unified
fied "unified prosecutive command." will
meet regularly. It will analyze I
what it has extracted from the!
government s regular investiga investigative
tive investigative agencies' daily activities and
files. This material will go lo
Malcolm Anderson, chief of the
Justice Dept.'s criminal division.
Then on to the AUoraey Gener General.
al. General. If necessary, on to the White
House and other Cabinet mem members.
bers. members. Then back again to the pro prosecutive
secutive prosecutive command and the region regional
al regional Federal courts.
Looks like a .long war.
if
CONFIRMS RtD CLAIM
MELBOURNE, Australia (VPV
Sir Douglas Mawson, Australian
Antarctic explorer, last night
confirmed a Soviet claim to the
discovery of a island in the open
seas north of the Antarctic con continent.
tinent. continent. Mawson said the. island
was discovered last night by the
Russian polar exploration ship OB
, and was 'Russian Property."
"Ilowever, he"? aid, theT Soviet, TJ TJ-nion
nion TJ-nion might allow Australia to use
the island as a weather station.
The island is located 1.150 miles
east-southeast of Heard Island.

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN"

'You Should
BROADWAY DIGEST
Zsa Zsa is a girl who has ey erg erg-Ming
Ming erg-Ming and wants more. Her beet;
secret is the ability to turn a wolf
into a mink.lv La's Vegas, atten attention
tion attention A psychiatrist reports in
Harper's Bazaar, : that, gamblers
"are Emotional cripples':..... The
Lunts .are wonderful in -The' ; Vis Visit
it Visit but. so is ; the supporting c ast
of thirty-two. Nothing bi talert.
A Greenwich Village Playhouse
has revived 'The Informer"
movie. Still retains its 5 original
flash and zip...The New Yorker
mag breathlessly, reports the .laU
est in scientific progress! 'Stereo
phonic meditation' whatever that
is...Now there's,, iflicker titled:
"Fiend! With J a Face,"- H a p p y
Dracula and merry Ffankestein!
Small Country
Across J down
, Aptjorra les
, in a o(
the Pyrenees
, 7 It is under the
suzerainty of
France and
the Spanish
t .. .ofUrsel
13 Form a notion
14 All
15 Display
1 Bantu :
tribesman
2 Arabian gulf V
3 Assess, f VI;
as taxes
4NewiGuinea
port'
3 Russian l
storehouse"
6 Shout 1
7 Defeated, ,i
8 Hostelry'
9 Female saint
I IB Anoint!)
17 An
18 Man t
(ab.)
20 Parcel of land U)Land
21 Symbol for '. elevation
cerium
11 Mountain v-
. (comb: form)
12 Nuisance
19 Mimic -21
Genus of
' rodents '
23 Solan disk
24 Flowers
22 Ring
2S Handle
28 Sentry
32 Camera eyes
34 Omit
35 Winged
36 Limicoline
th-ds'
37 1- granted
Ha
constitution :
: as a republic
In 1808 -'40
Organs of,
hearing
1 41 Indian
! peasant
'42 Postscript
(ab.)-
,43 Drink made, 1
" with malt ;
46 Painful
'AS Period of 4ime
'51 Asiatic fish
' (var.)
54 Strong
: vegetables
56 Genus' of
, marine snails
57 Pertaining to
theses
68 Legislative
body 1
59 Click-beetle

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A news mag 'has an excerpt
irora a dook which is unfit to oe
printed m a family paper.... Xhe
Bardot Girl has 15 costuncs in
the 'Mam'zelle Pigalle' filminmm
They cover everything without
hiding anything..Bela Babai's gip
sy band at the Waldiirf offers sud-
eior fiddle-dee-dee.. .Disney 's 'The
tiignt, in tne orest jias me same
warm, human quality as "Friendly
Persuasion'!;."..Wall Street has giv
en motion picture securities quite
a boost .during the past month. A
dying industry? Ha!. ...The Mus Museum
eum Museum of the City of New-York has
a treat for Big Towners. Oil paint
mgs acpicting the overgrown ham
let between 1850. and. 1950... Jhe
humility trophy goes. to. Yul BrVn-
ner's: "Some people are still not
su'tcwhether I'm just a flash fin
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27 Fillip
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(ab K
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43 Emissaries -(ab.)
44 Learning '
45 "Emerald Isle'
47 Capital of
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48 Whit
49 British ,," -princess
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50 River in
Belgium
52 Indonesian
of Mindanao
palm
30 German river
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33 Wriggling ; t
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successful
'V-

in This Strong Light"

the pan or whether' I'm Really' as
uuu as 1 .vninx 1 am. iuil
Previewers are giving a wow
builaup to Shirley Boom's movie,
j.ne maicnmaKer '...xrue mag
nas Jean Raul Getty, the world's
ricttest man, telling yW how. to
make a million.,.It'8 a' cinch. Oh,
sure.. The 'pyromaniac in "Jane
Eyre" will make; you- wake up
screaming. :(Shiver)...The upcom upcoming
ing upcoming "Mardi Gras'- flicker' is un unique.
ique. unique. I: hag 8 starring roles.. Four
male, 4 femme...The best free
show was seeing Denbe Darcei
DacKstage (at a Mad. Sq. Garden
oeneiit) posine for Dhotoes. A ifirl.
girl....Jayne Mansfield's quote-rf-
me-weeK: a Dig bust is just like
a man with a very large nose."
Hello,. Jimmy. Durante! 4
The odd book title award goes
.to Robert, Paul Smith's "How to
Do Nothing With Nobody All
Ajpe Dy lourseu ....The Boston
mat involving Alan .Freed, .the
rocKnrou Pied Piper, may V wed
decide whether R and R survives
or perishes...Piarlist Van Cliburn
haS the same youthful charm as
Mis lookalike; Charlie Van Doreu,
the quiz-whizzer..;.. The common common-sense
sense common-sense of Pulitzer Prize winning
editor Harry S, Ashmore deserv deserv-es
es deserv-es another prize.. To wit: "My role
as' an.,,, editor has hot ''. been to
change1 Uie shape of the earth or
to reconstitute the human .;. race,
for which. I have limited anyway.
I just want everybody, to sit down
and stop shouting." s.'c.-y.,, ;
'. .,.1 ;. -.h: 1 V i,-YT:-y
:,t-i..,, jj.v.,. ,.. ...... .; -..-,,..
v v.. A-
The covers of Newsweek,' Time,
Life and Look feature show biz
personalities. The editor of s those
periodicals have discovered whist
Broadway colyumists learned a
long time ago. Show folks are the
most interesting people.7.t)scar
Levant's Freudian fripperies are
attracting mucho attention. In
credibly, Levant has utilized the
tragedy in his life as subject for
wit and humor..,.The top howl in
nooerv tiope s "rans Holiday'
movie, wnen ne views the
EifiVI
Tower and cracks: 'Say that's the
oiggesi teevee toweri l ve evct
seen'....The Lerner-Loewe "Gigi"
score has inspired 15 different re'
corded albums..,The punishment
for being an, ingrate is that your
friends- know you're a failure
even when you are a sucess. In
other words, a flop who got lucky.
'"The High Cost of Loving"
movie is a merry bride and
groomanee. Deftly aced and di.
rected by Jose Ferrer..Joan Craw Crawford
ford Crawford has 304 pair- of shoes.
Doesn't everybody?....--" Playwright
Paddy Chayefsky's skewp: f Me Megalomania,
galomania, Megalomania, is one of the .prime
requisites of beine a eood writp.r.'
Moral: Everybody is a ham
only some people don't kne w it ...
One film studio employs 45 press
apents, while the stars on its pay pay-roll
roll pay-roll number only H...Garv Coop Cooper
er Cooper and Suzy Parker make the
love t scenes come alive in "Tan
Nor.h Frederick".TJnied Artists
will Spend $9 mlion this year to
exploit its flickers.. Incidentally,
'he "Ten North Frederick" movie
Is getting a big solash in 17 cur current
rent current mags...The front pases irh de
ostrxtina how wrong 50 million
Frenchmen., can be. ; v
' The ."Cry Terror" film ( ha a. a i
tinsling eoisode: The escape in an
elevator shaf :,,..The uppity Satur
Hay fleview is solid mart.- It ex explains:,
plains:, explains:, "Each ture jaZ moment
erings from "Contest in which
each artist challenses all. the
rest.': Di? it?..,Wait'll you see
PxttyMcCormack in the ''Ka'hy
O" movie; She portrays irt ador adorable1
able1 adorable1 brat. Such a darling.... The
fact that the Army has joined Eiv
is Presley hasn't damaged his tec
ord-lure. His 'With My Rin Aroun
Your Neck'"Wh at t title V
among the Top Ten...Desoite the
frowns of many critics, Phil Silv Silvers
ers Silvers tvariety show was enjoyed by
our eyes, ears and funnybone....

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Paris.- Outside the American
EmDassy parKeo under tne chest chest-nut
nut chest-nut trees just ot. the Place de ta
Concorde is a huge black police
van. it parks there every nignt.
It's dark inside the van, nut every
so often someone will light a cigar
eue and you can see rown ,of
laces. Tney are aces of gendarm gendarmes
es gendarmes sitting au nj.it guarding J.e
American Embassy. . Alongside
the Embassy is tne Hotel Criilon
wnere livea Wooarow .Wilson
when he tried to hammer out a
peace treaty which woulu prevtni
lurther devastation of France, Up
along the Champs alysees thou thou-sanos
sanos thou-sanos of American aoughboys
marcaed when they first landed
in France in 1917 and again when
they liberated France in 1944.
Much of French history trom La.
fayette oh, is intertwined with
American friendship. . Yet the
dark police van, full of gendarmes
sits all night outside the Embassy
0. the nation which'twice sent' Its
troops to the aid of France and
in 1947 spent ibillions .'or' the re.
production of France.
. Military showdown But how
far can those gendarmes be trust.
ed? They have been tough ; and
courages so far. When the Chamb
er of Deputies, was threatened;
the gendarmes didn t waver. On
the other hand, the let Jacques
Souste le, leader of the revolt a.
gainst the Government, slip off
to Algiers which.he coulL,not have
done without their connivance.-So:
people wonder. Especially, they
wonder about the Army. . They
know a. showdown between the
French miliia ry and civilian rule
has been postponed a long time.
It has been boiling ever since
1952 whes Marshal Alphonse Juin
wrote an 'article for the Revue de
Deux Mondes blasting the Europe
an Defense Community. The
French Cabinet had officially ap approved
proved approved the EDC and its plan for
a common army for western Eu
rope. ; Nevertheless, Marshal Juin
publicly opposed it. r About the
same time another military man
in Japan Gen.v Douglas MacAr MacAr-thur,
thur, MacAr-thur, differed "publicly with the
Far Eastern policies of another
civilian leader, Harry -Truman.
MacArthur was called home and
fired, i. -i Premier Pelvm ca'led
Marshal juin to his of ice, but did
not fire him, 'Ever.' since,. Premier.
Plevin and' all French' 1 premiers
have had increased trouble with
the French military.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
r But each, time the civilian lead-
erg have evaded the issue. The
have not' what Truman did forc forced
ed forced a showdown."--"
The military; become trongerj trongerj-Shortly
Shortly trongerj-Shortly after the JMarsM Juip
cident, the French1 1 military. :kid
nappe;d the Sultan of Morocco,
Aug. 15. 1953, and took him t to
Madagascar; The 'Government m
Paris let them get away with it,
The Su'tan is now King of Moroc,
Co. and the incident did not partic
ularly -endear him to the' French.
Again Adm. Thierry D'Argen-
lieu started shoooting up Hanoi in
what began: the French Indo.Chi.
NA WAR.- . Last year the1 French
military kidnapned five rebel Al.
gerian leaders flying -from Rabat,
Morocco, to Tunisia. They were
not on French soil. The act was a
complete violation ; of interna.
tiorial law". But the Government in
Paris hnwprl to th military, "v
Last February 8 the French, milit
ary bonbed the Tunisian vjl'ase
of Sakiet-Sidi.Yousse'. killing a.
bout 100 v villagers. The Govern.
ment in Paris had not been con.
sultedi'The French military acted
on its own. Again the Government
Things we can do with-out Rockri.
roll spintuals. ; ;
' Despite the boomin discs, about
30 new record companies have
gone out of biz during the past
year... Most novel tag is a tune
titled: '-Jeanie. Joanie. Shirley.
Tnni" Mam Hahnr annnunrpH
ZH Zsa has more mink coats than
she needs. Goody 1, Wonderful to
know at least one American isn't
affected by the r e e e s i 0 n..No
wonder the score for the "Wind "Windjammer"
jammer" "Windjammer" movie offers such rous
ing vibrations. It was composed by
Morton Gould.. In case you're in interested,
terested, interested, there's a reason, why
many vintage films on teevee lose
iheir original impact;- iney are
mpactr iney arei

cut for co-axial showings.-TheiAuSiUjlii pi,,. natia K.Ji..I

tralian movie, "Walk Into Para l
dise",;:m .f"
under the little: Walk Into Hell
It is a puzzlement
Another don't-invite-to- the-same

party: AEC chief Lewis Straus the churcV is "ot f7 7. fh'i
and Congress,: Washington 1 tPis true, but the Vhurch ,ig Mhe

ieua...icu cay ". a F"k-
enis ana cnuaren i reijiureu in
ing ior oo.ii. riituu auu. tiuiu tiuiu-ren
ren tiuiu-ren who dwell in the same home
frequently live in diff rant
worlds.. .Summer stock has b? b?-come
come b?-come a big -biz. Along the East
Coast alone, there are over a
thousand Summer playhouses.
Many remiah ooen for 6 months ..
Perry Como, who makes it look so
easy, is one of the hardest work workers
ers workers during reheals..Red Skel Skel-ton,
ton, Skel-ton, it i renorted is Koins to dry
ote his life to fighting the' killer
that took the life n' his son. Wel Wel-rome
rome Wel-rome to ;h Good Fight. Mr. Skd Skd-ton.
ton. Skd-ton. And thanks for, joining Mrs
and Mrs 48 who hav heen siiri siiri-nortin"
nortin" siiri-nortin" thw Runyon Fund's fich
to make this a safer world. This'
is a fight for everybody's life...
1 INSULIN PIONEER
' BURLINGTON, Vt. (UP) -One
of the first 10' persons to re.'
ceive Insulin treatments for dia diabetes
betes diabetes In 1921 is dead. Mrs. Laura
Ei Golden Cowles went on after
the treatment by Dr. Elliott P.
Joslyn of Boston to raise four
children and climb the sevn
highest peaks in New EasJand's
Green Mountains.

TmnSDAY. MAY Z V 3

J
in Paris not only bowed, but evea
covered. up for Me militar..wa)j
this record of vacillatios, a show,
down betweeen the French Army
and the French Government wai
inevitable. v
Pigeons in the park The pigt
ons re latter in Paris than any
where m the world. And the child children
ren children are rosier. I watched" the
former gobbling nuig in the Tui.
leres Gardens and the latter jump jumping
ing jumping rope, N roller-skating, and -rid.
ing merry-go-rounds. . Outward,
ly Pans is un change d eld
men v looking crotchety, young young-couples
couples young-couples looking lovesick, traf.ie
cops looking bored, barges chug,
ging up and down the Seine, Am.
encan tourists sitting in the Cafe
de-la Paix trying-to look French;
museums, wide avenues, beauti.
ful buildings, a I the outward evi.
dences of a great civilization, a
people still virile, .still vigorous,
and more than ever passionate ;a
defending their freedoms. Why
then the political turmoil; the un.
certainty, the danger of "dictator,
ship? I, it political apathy?
" it too much political represen represen-tation
tation represen-tation too-many, political part.'
)es? Is it the fact that France lost
the flower of her manhood in
two terrible wars? I'm not sure
1 know the answer; perhaps it'l
a combination of all. these.
Worrjd Frente t-But today
not apathetic. It's wor.
same V"6."
same 3he- boulevardiers sit.at
little cafe -tables drinkihg their
aperitifs The taxis scuttl.'up
fnWM t5e1 venues. Ttturists try
nniiIeHd int0 .the'1Md'cape ul
noticed. Americans are even po.
totmg hospital visitor who
doesn t waht to disturb ia dying
patient,' ; But 'underneath the
outward calm, France ii more
concerned about its future' than at'
any time : since ; Hitler's Nazil
romped round the' Maginot Line Line-all
all Line-all except the pigeons. .. The pige
jns continue to gorge 'iion nuts
throwfi them ; along the Cha mpi
Elysees,-.getting fatter. They don't
have.. to, b concerned i with the
crisis that grips France.1 Maybe
they are symbolic, fyaybe the real
trouble with France is fat too
much interest in its Own mater.
ials wel?re. V so, it-may b
a lesson for: the United States,
jVifKf-.nr : 1 i' 1,1 ;r ;. v.,, -:'
Bill: Introduced
To Extend Civil :
Rights Commission
WASHINGTON (UP) Z- Wp.
V" T 1 UJ,velin,.iK-JN.X-). in introduced
troduced introduced a hill today to e x t e a i
?eJlfl.of President Eisenhower'a
Civil Rights Commission by nine
months.- f
Under the civil rights law ap approved
proved approved by Congress last year the
commission "is to operate for two
full years, submitting its. final
report and going out of., businesi
Sept. 7, 1959." -.
However, it dirt nnt- bh 'int
full operation until two w'ixif
ago when the Senate, af,er a 'long
delay, confirmed the nomination
of -its executive direr-tor HnnUn
Tiffany. '
Keating noted that : the J Hulitr
in approving Tiffany means thVt
unuc me existing law .'uiniy
about 15 months remain for the
commission to-operate with a
staff director."...
His new bill would .:. eiv j th
commission two full years of )i
starting next month, It would g?
out of business June 1, I95ek
Billy Graham r
Savs Christian xi
Life uNo Joker ; ;
SAN FRANCISCO TtT1l,ll
Graham told 15.000 Dr.m ii
day night that: the Christian.Ufe
is. a me ot rejoicing 'but' It ii
no; a loke."
'It is not a joke," the evangel evangelist
ist evangelist said, '.'because you only can
enter the-Christian rlife after b.
ing convicted, of your sins by-the
Holy Spirit." 1 j
He said millions of Americans
are lying to the Holy. Spirit by
pretending to be something they
ar'nnt. '''
tamer in the day, a crowd of
12 nnn mrnn tnrn.j 1- vif
- niiiv r.rahim 1)v Vh. ZZnJ.
'st iaid ther were, "all sinners."
: "lop man;- of us try to substi-
tute tranquilizers. 1 1 a 11 n r nd
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vH i Fort Kobbe, yesterday. In the rear of the jeep is Col. Robert W. Garrett, as commander of troops. A 'special color guard composed of 'colors of USAR-

CARIB, the 1st Battle Grup, 20th Infantry and 764th AAA Battalion was a feature of the review. (U.S. Army Photo).

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Sarvicchicn To C2I
Plcfores 01 Craves
WASHINGTON, May 28 (UPI).
Sen. Charles E. Potter today an.
nounced an American Battle mo monuments
numents monuments Commission plan design

ed to "ofer a small measure of

Lcomfort" to the families of serv.

icemen and women who died in

World War II.
' The Michigan Repub'ican, a
member of the commission, said
the Btoud is ready to send -the

families of service personnel who
were buried in eight overseas mil mil-ilitary
ilitary mil-ilitary cemeteries in Europe and
Africa photographs of the ceme cemetery
tery cemetery and the headstones of their

graves.
Potter said photographs would
be available later -'or the-fami.
lies" of service personnel buried in
six other World War II ctmete ctmete-ries
ries ctmete-ries abroad.
The cemeteries for which photo,
graphs are ready are Cambridge
England; St. Laurent, St. James.
Epinal arid Draguignan, al1 in
France; Margraten, Holland; Net
tuno-Anzio, Italy; and Carthage
Tunisia.

Indians Musi Pay

ThruYay Tolls ;

In Hew York :

' ALBANY, N.Y. (UP) State Af Af-torney
torney Af-torney General Louis J. Lefkowitz
ruled Tuesday that Indiam of the
Six Nations must pay tolls on the

ew xo istate thruway just like
anvone else.
Four Tuscarora Indians had r.

fused to pay their way on the

supemignway earlier this month,
citing exemption under an old In Indian
dian Indian law dealing with "freedom
from toll or ferriage." I
The protests was an outcropping
of the Tuscarora." feud with v the
state power authority over appro approbation
bation approbation of part of their reservation
for construction f a Niagara pow power
er power oroject reservoir.
.The four Tuscaroras contended,

they did, not have to pav a $1.73

ton at Syracuse May 3. After state
oolice were called1 they were al allowed
lowed allowed to leave the thruway without
paying, but had to sign an "unsual
occurance report" so the authori authori-ty
ty authori-ty cd collect later if the din.
pure were resolved in its favor.
; Lefkowitz, in an opinion render rendered
ed rendered the thruway authority, said the
Indians, like other citi?ens. must

pay tolls because the Indian law

and has been superceded Mr nnh.

lie authorities law."

INVITE JORDAN COMPLAINT
AMMAN, Jordan UPI) The
Arab League yesterday Invited
Jordan to present it enmnlaim

of alleged Interference by the U

nited Arab Republic in Jordanian

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4 jtymic, Cooperation is ten years old
,..V-that is all but in ; those tn

't jVdl o .'luiyciicu nunc ujr iiuc aiiu
: : Mi bv fear, it has reversed the trend

wilt centuries, has been a maior in-
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V' .'mented Continent of Europe into
A a powerful unit fit for this1 century
tf a shrinking world. 5-l
' Many sttempts have been made
f ''tefort to re-unify Europe. No one
l ha s i seriously doubted that, disin
s" tegratlon has 'been costly, beyond
"calculation, with its armed Iron Iron--
- Iron-- tiers, its tariffs, and its small-scale
?' economic units But. again history
s ''the moment, the method, and the
man, have coincided, and in the
fsconomic sector we have progres progressed
sed progressed rapidly along the road to an
',. Integrated Continent.
'i The man is Gen. Marshall. It
, was his conception, linked to tiie

practical commonsense of his coun-

. try..Thrqugh ms voice tneu.h.A.
conscious of some of the reasons
"p" their own powe, .said that if

Europe would work together they and those who go to the O.E.E.C,

wuld help cenerouslv with, montev

for a European Recovery t Pri
gramme, but if it remained splin splintered
tered splintered and divided, no help would
come. Ernest; Bevin seized the of offer
fer offer at its-face valued the program programme
me programme was launched and O.E.E.C.
formed, "vt-m ''?fi j a;
The method has been unspecta unspectacular
cular unspectacular consultation, negotiation and
co-operation on a limited and ma manageable'
nageable' manageable' scale, with no sanctions,
no supra-national authority,, deci

sions depending op unanimity and
on respect for the -views expres expressed
sed expressed by other members of the Or Or-ganizatlon;
ganizatlon; Or-ganizatlon;
'The role of the O EjE.c! Is coii
cerned with the economic side of
life, productivityinternational pay
ments, trade liberalisation, power
supplies and so on. It comprises
the compact geographical group
of 17 Western European countries,
though the Marshall offer was first
made to the whole of Europe, in including
cluding including those parts now behind ihe
Iron Curtain,
i The Organisation is, of course,
an international Governmental onu

from any country; are ministers

with authority,; members of their

own Governments going not, to

'debate but to consult and to de

cide, With a Secretary-Genera! and
four or five major divisions, each

with its own international staff.

It works in an unspectacular way

through committees attended by

civil servants from all Western

European countries,; and has re

gular consultations with trade u u-iions
iions u-iions and; employer rganizations.

L The present stage of the indus

trial revolutions and ihe : age of

full employment both makei small small-scale
scale small-scale -economic areas -obsolete, In
a sense1 the O.E.E.C.' anticipated
the economic conseguences of the
Sputnik--which has suddenly
brought it home to "many that a
devided Europe cannot compete
in the economic realm of life, any
more thart in the military one.
If an Organization for Economic
co-operation had nt been formed
before the satellite, the need for
it wouldf certainly have been felt

now,

Europe, the O.E.E.C. bat, in fact,

been the .most successful, because

it has concentrated on 1 live and

limited problems. During the ten
years of the European Payments
Union, liberalisation of trade ha?

progressed at a time wltfen in other

parts ot me world increasing eco
nomic nationalism has still, conti
nued. t i
Continual Increasing productivl

ty has been accepted as an ideal

and an aim, and international i

dustrial co-Operation to achieve it

la a fact. Export subsidies have

been curbed and common action

to meet the prospective energy

shortage has been devised; and in

the buez on crisis it was the U.

E.E.C. that -allocated the scarce

oil.

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beyond the immediate future. It

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ber member countries of O.E.EJC. to look

forward' to increasingly positive

steps in co-operation, drawing on

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Of all the efforts to re-integrate the experience of the O.E.E

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MOVIES-TEUVISIOH
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MA SlaH Ctrrttpatdtnt

Tracy stealing a scene from one of
hi mourners after his own "death

even if it was in the script

my never be topped.

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) "Look, Street Mob alone even with that

Ms. No Finfierorints" Spencer sturdy bridge on the River Kwai,

' . r 1 1 r .1 i i i i i

nny, inej a sieai me wage, ium
to mention the scenes, right from

under tne nose of even a sly old act

me fox like Alec Giurxess

From left to right members of
the Gowsr Street Mob, who play

Tracy's political nencnmen ene enemies
mies enemies and friends in "The Last Hur
rah," include such veteran charac

ter actors as Pat O'Brien, Donald
Crisp, Basil Rathbone, Frank Mc.

Hugn, Kicardo Cortez, .. win Carra

dine, Wallace Ford, James Gca-

son Ed Brophy and Edmund Lowe.

Many a 'star and starlet, I tell

you true, has. been victimized by

tnese ngnt-tingered Raffles, who
worked, unhappily, under a slight

handicap in "The Last Hurrah".
Trying to steal s, scene in their own
crowd was like trying to steal an

egg from an eagle's nest with the

eagle in it.

it was typical, though, of a group
. w." 1 1 : L t t.

of aramauc uuungen w a u
mike 'The Lavender Hill Mob"

of a few years back look like Camp

Cre Girls plotting a aunaay uier
noon taffy pulL '.,

OLD SPENCE. playing Frank

Skeffington, last of the big city po political
litical political bosses in the movie, "The
Last Hurrah," gasps for breath
during his death scene and finally
when his eyes snot, the heads of
the mourners bow in sorrow. After
several seconds of dramatic silen silence,
ce, silence, one of the mob intones:
4WeIL if he had it to do over,
Tt .,. h.M An if rtiffprpnflv

-Slowly, laboriously, with deep! THERK "WAS, besides. John
and agonised breathing, Tracy's j Ford, guarding the set. Old Eagle
eyes open just long enough for hirai Eye, I believed they called him

to whisoer:

''Like hell I would!"
IT WAS THE memorable ending
of the book, "The Last Hurrah,"
and it is the memorable ending of
the Just-completed movie' about
old-fashioned politics,, directed by
John Ford, and featuring the
Gower Street Mob. The Mob is the
greatest collection of grand larc
exists of the sound stages ever as assembled
sembled assembled for one movie at Columbia
Studio's Cover Street address, or
at any other studio.
' Having a few words to say af.
ter you die in a' movie is some something
thing something Hollywood's old hands at
scene-stealing h a v e considered.
"The Last Hunrah" has sort -of le.
gilieid the idea. :
' 'BUT FOR ILLEGAL scene steal

ing. I'd hate to leave the : Gower

behind his back

i All eyebrow raising, -elbow-rub.

bine, nervous giggling, nostril

twitching, nose-wrinkling. body

swaying, ear-lobe pulling and face-

wiping landed on the cutting room
floor in Ford's NG takes.
But don't let anyone kid you that
the Gbwer Street Mob didn't slip
a few acting tricks past Ford.
They were like pickpockets in a
crowded subway, No one needed a
gun. .
But no one went so far as to hang
his hat on a relentless jabbing
finger like Donald Crisp did to
the late John Barrymore's finger.
Ricardo Cortex didn't once have
to stomp on a, toe hard enough to
break it he once did to Wallace
Raai-v frt tviolrA rnirn fni himeolf

in a rrhwAaA ant ftnH .Tntin Parro

dine didn't have to stop in the mid

PARIS Premier Pierre Ff Ff-limlin,
limlin, Ff-limlin, following his resignation as
head of the Fench government:
"Until a new cabinet is form formed,
ed, formed, I shall keep my full powers
in the government and its re responsibilities."
sponsibilities." responsibilities." WASHINGTON Rep. Walter
Rogers (D-Tex.), who offered the
sudden death amendment to kill
the Alaska Statehood Bill:
' "I- haven't heard one good
argument in favor of statehood
yet. If we bring Alaska into the
union we would be going beyotio
the point of no return. There
would be no end to how many
territories we would be adding
to the Union." ,.
LONDON Rock 'n Roll singer
Jerry Lee Lewis, .leaving Britain
because his tour was cancelled
when his marriage to 13-year
old was revealed: ;
"Th audiences were fine -'

there were just some mad ones
there who wanted to make a

fUSS.? v

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

Violent Lunatic v
Escapes By Posing
As Twin Brother

. EPSOM. England (UPD-Po-

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Police 'said 24-year-old Ronald

Kray walked out of the Long
Grove Mental Home shortly after

his twin, Reg, arrived with three

other persons to visit Dim.

Attendants mistook the escapee

for his brother.

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pd crook-pd TV enwhov and rattled like a

flivver. Carradine turned to the

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WEST EA8T
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SOUTH r
.. AAKIT6I
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Both vulnerable
South Wert North East
1 A Double Redbl 2 V
3 4 Pass 4 Fan
4V ;,.Pa'.l; '.,; Pass
Puss Pass v-" : --
; Opening leat-V A s .,,

'The North and South holdings
in today's hand have been used
as the basis for my Car4, Sense
questions of the past several days.
The bidding "of the hand is so in.
tructive tnat I am going to show
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thoroughly. r
South's hand had only 11 high

cara point but is definitely VMpria

an opening bid. There is nothing
wrong with West's double either.
. Nortl decided to redouble rath,
er than, jump right to four spades.
He had 11 high card points and
very good distribution.
East's two-heart call was also
very proper. Some people Blight
have jumped.
South's immediate jump to
three spades is a most unusual
bid. His partner had asked him
to wait by redoubling but' South
was not interested in hearing a
double of hearts from North and
South liked his. hand.
, Now North made a really bril.

liant bid. Most players would have

simply bid four spades on the
theory that the redouble ihad al.
ready shown their full strength
but North saw no harm in a four,
club bid just to see what South
wou'd do.
South' also became brilliant. He

might have signed off at four
spades but he saw no harm In

showing nis neart void, lie only

held 11 points but his hand look,
ed slammish if North had spade

support and a good club suit.
The four-heart bid was. enough

for North. He visualized no spade
or heart losers. He held only one

diamond and if a club finesse was
needed it ought to be right. North

leaped to six spades.

A fine example of 1 a proper

slam bid with almost nothing in

the combined .handsj

Q The bidding has been:
Narth Easty South West
I A Pass 14 V Pass
2N.T. ; Pass
You; South, hold: v
AKIII V3 4S I71IS
What do you do? I
A Bid three rtnmi. Tear
hand is .of no-tnunp patten
and there is no reason to me merest
rest merest spadea any more for the flnal
eontraet. (
t TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding is the same as in
the question just answered, r
You, South, hold: V
4AKSC5 VA4S 4I7I 410$
What do you do after your
partner's two no-trump rebid?

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WASHINGTON (UPl) The
House approved a, bill yesterday
vo make Alaska a state and add
a 49th star to the flag. Tne
measure now goes to the Senate
where it was given a eood chance
of passage. v
The House passed the bitterly bitterly-contested
contested bitterly-contested measure on a roll-call
vote of 208 166 after defeating (wo
attempts to kill the bill by send sending
ing sending it back to ,the House In Interior
terior Interior Committee which recom recommended
mended recommended it. X
On the showdown, the bill was
backed by 117 Democrats and 91
Republicans. Opposed were 81
Democrats' and 85 Republicans.
The vote was a long step for forward
ward forward in Alaska's fight for state statehood
hood statehood which began in 1916 when
the first bill was introduced. It
also was a victory for President
Eisenhower who had given the
measure his personal backing

If the Senate goes along with
the House, the Union will get its

first new member in 46 years.

New Mexico and Arizona were

the last to be admitted, in 1912.

The action was an abrupt turn

about for the House which 'only

Tuesday had voted tentatively to

km the bill. But a large bloc m

congressmen who were absent

Tuesday returned Wednesday to

vote with statehood advocates.
Setback For Coalition
The outcome also was a set setback
back setback for a coalition of Southern

Democrats: and Republicans' who

engineered Wednesday's tern
porary defeat of the bill,

The vote also was expected to

Strengthen Hawaii's bid to be
come the 50th state.

Alaska already, has adopted a
state constitution and" elected the

two senators and one member of

the House of Representatives al

lowed under the bill.
The House adopted a proposal
by Ren. William A. Dawson (R.

Utah) to reduce from 182,000,000 lo

102,500,000 acres the amount of

unreserved public lands the fed'

eral government would turn over

to the new state.

' The bill also gives the Defense

Department exclusive jurisdiction

over a larpe area of northwest

Alaska for defense purposes. This

was expected to cover about 102

million acres.

The House passed an Alaskan

statehood bill once before on

March 3, 1950. But the Senate let

the measure die. i

MRS. EMMA M. VVERTZ, newly-appointed administrative officer of the Signal Section, U Si
Armf Caribbean," and a recent recipient of an outstanding performance Award, discusses ad
ministrative plans with Col. .Walter A. Kneyse, center, USARCARIB signal officer and exei
cutlve officer of the section, Lt. Col. James 8, Branch. Mrs. Wertz, who was -budget asslitant1
prior to be named to her new post has been with the U.S. Army Signal Section here in the'
Panama area for 13 of 14 years she has been employed by the government. She lives In Cu
Hindu Heights. (U.S. Array Photo) ...

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DIABLO HTS. 7:09
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GATCN 7:04
Zachary Scott, Peggie Castle
THE COUNTERFEIT PLAN'

MARGARITA 6:15 It
Frank Lovejoy
THE SYSTEM"

7:55

CRISTOBAL 7:00
Doris- Day, Frank Sinatra
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PARAISO 6:15.& 8:30
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SANTA CRUZ 0:15 & 7:55
Randolph Scott
THE BOUNTY HUNTER"
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CAMP BIERD 6:15 ft 1:00
Ray Milland
Ernest Borgnlne
"a BRAVE MEN'
(Cinemascope)

Negro Who Wrote
Dynamite Threat

To Widow Held :

BIRMINGHAM Ala. "(UPKPo-

lice today held a Negro man m
connection with a -letter written

to a 74-year-old widow threaten-.

ing to dynamite her home oe oe-cause
cause oe-cause she rented two -. servants'
houses to Negroes. J '- ; f
Police Capt. G, L, .Pattie said
the man might be turned over tn

postal authorities for sending tlie
typewritten note to Mrs. W. W.
Lee,, who uses the rent money to
pay medical expenses for a son.
James Lee, 43, a cerebral palsy

victim.

Pattie said the Negro was taken

into custodv .when nolice located

the typewriter on which they be

lieve the letter fnd been written.'

It was not immediately known

why the Negro, whose name was

temporarily withheld, wrote the

letter.
Mrs. Lee said the letter was

signed "KICK" and said "You's
and the nleeers' houses" would

be dynamited by the end of this

week unless the Negroes moved.
The widow said, "I simply
couldn't believe it. I still can't be

lieve someone would intentionally

try to hurt me or destroy my

home." v

Nathan Leopold
Trust Inaugurated
To Help Children

CHICAGO (UPI) Attorneys

for paroled thrill killer v Nathan
Leopold have incorporated a trust

foundation, to be financed by
proceeds from Leopold's auto auto-biography.
biography. auto-biography. tn help delinquent, and

retarded children.
, Elmer Gertz. an attorney for

Leopold, said Tuesday night the

Leopold foundation was incor

porated April 18 in the secretary

of State's office in Springfield,

111.
Leopold, ndw working as

hospital technician at a Castaner,

Puerto Rico, religious mission,

signed as an incorporator and di

rector of the foundation' at Cas
taner, Gertx said,

Boxer Acji"':d

01 Dsaih Alfel

On II.Y; Gilnblcr
.( -- -,
mitw .vnpir- riTPiA' ill.

male jury last night acquit
ted i Vincent (Chin) Gigante of
the attempted assassination of
gambler Frank Costello.
The blue ribbon panel deliber deliberated
ated deliberated 6M hours before deciding
that Gigante, a former heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight boxer, wag .not the fat,
waddling gunman who creased

tCostello's scalp with a bullet as

the gambler entered the foyer of
his apartment building May 2,
1957.
If convicted of the attempted

murder charge, Gigante, 30, could (
have received a maximum prison'
sentence of 25 vears.

The jury's .verdict,, returned
shortly before midnight, in effect
repudiated the testimony of tho
prosecution's star witness, Norval
Keith, the doorman in Costello's
apartment building. The only wit witness
ness witness to the shooting, he had iden identified
tified identified Gigante fas the gunman who
followed Costello into the foyer,
snapped "This is for you, Frank,"
and fired one int at close range
Defense counsel Maurice Edel Edel-baum
baum Edel-baum stressrt to the jurv, how-

ever, that Keith has extremely

poor vision m one eye antt Uiaf
the sight in his other eye was tm-1

paired. ..-'-
Costello, testifying for the pros

ecution. maintained he did not

see his assailant and had no idea

why anyone would want to kill

him.. a ) 1

V

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A SURPRISE GIFT of a three-starred swagger stick is made, 1
to'Maj. Gen. Thjmas L. Harrold by MSgt. Carson I. Cassidy-
,at the conclusion of the farewell review for the general byf(
troops of U.S. Army Caribbean, at Fort Kobbe yesterday. Ths-
swagger stick was presented by Cassidy as sergeant major of,
the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry,, on behalf of officers and
men of the group. Harrold, outgoing commander of USAR USARCARIB,
CARIB, USARCARIB, will become a lieutenant general in his new assign-
ment as commandant of the National War College. In tluCS
center is Col. Robert W. Garrett, battle group commanding
s officer. (U.Si Army Photo)

SUFFERS 29th FRACTURE
BARNSLEY, England (UPI) -Tony
Ekin.- a four-year-old boy
with raatchstick'!, bones, ,s,
back in the hospital yesterday re recovering
covering recovering from his 29th fracture.
This time it was his left s h I n-

broken for the ninth time. The

boy's mother. Mrs. Phillis Ekin.

26, said Tony has spent a good

deal of his time traveling to and

from the hospital after slight' ac

cidents fractured his brittle arms
and legs.

Teenage Gang
Members Jailed
On Killing Rap
NEW YORK (UPD-Two teen teenage
age teenage gang member g were .sen

tenced today to 20 years to Ufa

imprisonment for the slaying of
polio .victim;. Michaek Farmer.-
Two ot1)er members lot tiie
"Egyptian ;D rag o;n ", gang re received
ceived received sentences ranging from
five to .15 years.
Louis. -Alvarez, 17, a Puerto
Rican, -and Charles (Big Man)
Horton,; 18, a Negro, were given

the mandatory 20 years to lifo

sentence by-General Sessions

Judge Irwin O. Davidson. They;
had been convicted of murder in.
the second degree. ,J
Leroy (Magician) Birch, 19,
Negro,' and Leoncio (Jello) ,De3
Leon, 17, a Dominican, werr
found guilty r of second s degrei
manslaughter. Birch v was sen
tenced to not less than 1W ycaili
nor more than 15 years in prisim. :
DeLeon was seotpnpcdtQ five, t i
15years. ., .,., 1 .-- :
Before passing .sentence Davl'J
son denied motions by attorne..
for the iour defendants that the?
convictions be set aside., All fpi
were ordered sent to Elmn ?
N.Y. for classification, program
planning, and transfer to prise",'
Three other defendants "in -1. 1

case earlier were acquitted

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The council said carelessness on
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COLv OSEPp R.RXJSS, chlet of staff, and Mrs. Russ who are
slated to depart the U5. Army -Caribbean, In the latter part
of June, study'-wlth' obvious-pride a Certificate of Achieve Achievement
ment Achievement presented to-the coUmel by, the outgoing commanding,
general. Maj Gen. Thomas L, Harrold,. right in a brief cere-
' monv held at command headquarters this week. The certifi certificate
cate certificate over the signature of Harrold is symbolic of three years
competent service during which time the-colonel while i serving
in multiple assignments, "displayed exceptional, Initiative and
the" hghesV degree of diplomacy "and tact" contributing im
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ouarters." Head-ouarters." Euss will report .to the pentagon-Washington, D.C.,V
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muse approval or rresiaem Eis Eisenhower's
enhower's Eisenhower's reciprocal trade -bill.
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and from mining states. ) -.
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MAJOR GENERAL AND MRS. THOMAS L. HARROLD
FETED AT DESPEDIDA BEFORE SAILING FOR STATES'
Mai. Gen. and Mrs. Thomas L. Harrold were honored at
! a party given by the Officers of the U.S. Army Caribbean
Headquarters and their wives at the Fort Amador Officers
, Open Mess on Tuesday evening.
Following a farewell Joint guard of honor at Quarry
Heights yesterday morning, Gen. and Mrs. Harrold, their
daughter Sally, and Gen. Harrold's sister-in-law, Mrs. C J.
Harrold left on the 8.8. Ancon for the United States. The
'general's new assignment will be Commandant at the Naval
War College In Washington, D. C. : j

Coco Solo Cray Lady
Capping Ceremony
The Canal Zone chapter of the
American Red Cross, Cristobal
branch, held a Gray .Lady cappinj
ceremony recently for members
of a class which bad completed a
training course at Coco Solo Hos Hos-pital.
pital. Hos-pital. The capping took place at
the Red Cross chapter rooms in
Old Cristobal in the presence of
a group of friends ,and senior
Gray Ladies.
. Mrs. A. L. Logan, vice chairman
of volunteer services, introduced
the speakers of the morning: Dr.
Bruno Eisen, superintendent of Co.
co Solo Hospital, Judge E. I. P.
Tatelman, vice chairman of the
Canal Zone chapter, Leonard J.
Meyer, director of operations,
Caribbean Command, A. R. C,
and Roger Adams, chairman of
"the Canal Zone chapter.
' Mrs. L. J. Sharp, chairman of
Gray, Ladies, presented each
member of th class to Eisen who
performed the ceremony of cap.
pinf.

MANUEL (Lito) DELVALLE
wishes to announce to all residents of the Republic of
Panama hll, new ownership of the
, Florist Shop NUEVA CALIFORNIA
on the corner of Justo Arosemena Avenue and 35th
Street In Panama City directly across the street from
The First National City Bank of New York and whose
telephone number is 3-0261.
Cam in or fiv us a call for your FLOWERS and we
will try our very beat to please you. Thanks.

f NOTICE TO MY PUPILS,
V- s BOTH OLD AND' NEW
MAKE THff MOST OF TOUR1 SUMMER VACATION f
JOIN ONE OF THE MANY CLASSES TAUGHT
AT THE BALBOA YMCA BY
DOROTHY CHASE
Eight wteks of fun and opportunity for all ages ...
during June and Julr Include:
Ballet, Tap. Toe, Baby Classes, Tumbllni for Boya and
Rhythmic Exercises for Women.
Registrations open May tt and 29 from 3 to I p.m.
at Residence 7-44 Lai Cruces St. Balboa.
For further info:) nation call Balboa 1751.

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Among those present who were
introduced and spoke briefly to
the director of nursing services,
toe Soto Hospital, Halsey M.
Kloak, field director of the Atlant Atlantic
ic Atlantic sector, Miss Hester Garrett,
director of Red Cross, recreation
and consultant to the Gray Lad.
ie? and Mrs. R. E. Bond, chair,
man of volunteer services.
Mrs. R. W. Rubelli, administra administra-tive
tive administra-tive assistant of the Cristobal Of.
fice, presented Mrs. L. J. Sharp
with a letter of commendation
from the American Red Cross be be-cause
cause be-cause of the many hours of faith,
ful .service which she has given
during the past year as Gray Lady
chairman. Mrs. Rubelli also
spoke of the untiring work of the
other Senior Gray Ladies: Mrs.
E. A. Cox, Mrs. M, F. Dunn, Mrs.
E. W. Millspaugh, Mrs. E, C. Orr,
Mrs. W. Strobridge, Mrs. E. Bord.
en, Mrs. S. Pu ler, Mrs. H. Small
and Mrs. A. Logan.
) The following ladies received
their caps, the Mesdames Miriam
Alderton. Elizabeth Chester. Anne
Wilson, Margaret Caldwell, Al-

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WISE MOTHERCRAFT ... the guidance of your own doctor .
and choice of food are vital at this stage of your baby's development
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, doctors and mothers alike
ton with confidence to nourishing, balanced, all-milk Lactogen ;
lor bottle feeding retirements.
LACTOGEN IS CONVENIENT to use, uniform and safe,
and because it is so easy to digest, k is of great benefit in avoiding -..
and even correcting underweight conditions. - ;
A meiiUd wh4 cow' milk in powder form with add'' '
vitamins A and D and iron.
Yam mix H with lokawarm, boiled water
aad baJf book is raadyl

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anama
thea Lester, Gwen Hauke, Ulla
Hart, Audrey Barsi, Delia St
John and Nora Perry. j-
At the conclusion of the pro.
gram refrsshments were served.
Mrs. M. F. Dunn presided at the
coffee table.
Georgina Black Honored ;' r
At Altar Rosary Society Tea ''
The silver tea honoring Miss
Georglna Blach, lay missionary
in Chiriaui nrlvlnce. on Monday,
was one of the most success.ul af.
fairs to be held by, the Ancon Alt-
ar.Rosarv society.
Women repiesenting several
different. Catholic groups on the
Paciifc Side attended the tea which
was held in the social hall of
Sacred Heart chapel in Ancon,
Miss Blach gave a short taik
about in Chiriqui twice during the
afternoon. Several women offered
old clothes; and used Christmas
cards, which will be collected in
boxes at Saint Mary's Mission in
Balboa to.be sent up to the parish
of Concepcion, Chiriqui, where
Miss Biach is a catechist.
A special guest at the affair
Was Mrs. Austin Acly, wife Mr.
Acly of the Charge D'Aff aires 0
the American Embassy in Pana.
ma. Pouring at the tea were Mrs.
George H. Wales, of Fifteenth Na.
val District, representing the Na
vy wives; Mrs. J. Ttte of Fort
C ayton, representing the army:
and Mrs. Joseph C. Stancook, of
Albrook" Air Force Base for the
Ancon air force: Mrs. Henry Don
ovan and Mrs. Edward Doolan of
the Altar Rosary Society; Mrs.
Genevieve Long, president of the
Balboa Altar Rosary society: Mis
E. A. Duff, territorial deputy of
the Catholic Daughters of Ameri America:
ca: America: and Mrs. C. Sauser of Coro-
zal, of the Army. Mrs. 6. Haynes
of Curundu Heights at the guest
book represented the Curundu
Altar-Rosarv society.
Sgt. James Micheletti, director
of the Cathlic choir at AiorooK
Air Force Base, and his string en.
semble played light classical mus.
ic during the tea.' ; ;
Mrs. Charles B. Kade past pres.
ident of the Albrook Ladies'' Sod.
ality, Mrs. Micheletti, well are
committee chairman, and several
other ladies represented the Al.
brook group. -.-..
The committee id charge of the
tea included Mrs. Orion "Libert,
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Roaches And Ants
Scientists recommend thit yovt eon.
trot roach n nd ant the modern
way with Johnston'! NO-ROACH
Bmihed "just where fou want U
(table legs, eahlnetl, tills, asphalt
tile. etc.). The colorless coating kills
these peat. It'i effective for month,
sanitary, and ttof to Use.
8 or. 89c; pint Lit al Bells' Vista
Supermarket, and all local eommls.
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on, Lactogen
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THE NEW OFFICERS of the Albrook Officers' Wives Club elected recently are (left to right)
Mrs. George L. Peavey, president; Mrs. Thurman D. .Aumer; vice-president; Mrs. Mark T.
Mooty; 2nd vice-president j Mrs, MelveiUeW. Missall; recording secretary; Mrs. Elaon L,
Stevens, corresponding secretary; Mrs.-Joseph H. Faulkner, treasurer, and Mrs. Miles E. Bur Bur-genheim,
genheim, Bur-genheim, assistant treasurer.

Mrs. Francis X. Lambert, Mrs.
John T. Barrett, Mrs. Edward
Kieloch, and Mrs. J. Hern, Mrs.
David J. Markun is president of
the society. Each member of the
society contributed toward the
tea refreshments.
Albrook Officers' Wives
flection Luncheon
Pink elephants, gray donkejfj
and campaign Hags were the col.
orful decorations on the luncheon
tables- at the recent Albrook Of.
ficers' Wives Cluo eiecdon. Mrs.
Ridgley Gaither, wiie of Lt.- Gen Gen-eral
eral Gen-eral R. Gaither new Commander,
in-chief. of the Caribbean Cora Cora-mand,
mand, Cora-mand, and guest speaker, Mn.
Fred Bowser, were honored guesta
of the afternoon. Mrs. Gaither
drew the grand door prize ticket
for a special end of the season sur.
prise planned by Mrs. Edward J.
Sass, Jr., luncheon chairman. The
prize was a linen dinner. cloth and
the lucky winner was Mrs. George
Welter.
Following the luncheon announce announcement
ment announcement of the newly elected officer
was s made. Elected were Mrs.
George L 'Peavey President:
Mrs. Thurman D Aumer,xlst vice,
flesident: ..Mrs.; Mark It Mootv.
2nd vlcepresldent; Mrs. Melville
rv. .Missall, recording secretary)
Mrs. Eldon L. Stevens," corresp.
onding secretary; Mrs. Joseph H.
Faulkner, treasurer; and Mrs.
Miles E. Burgenheim, assistant
treasurer. ; Mrs Arthur P. Hurr
presented outgoing president,
MrSrBlair-BJi Nilscjh. 'with a silv.
er tray. , VH ; u
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TEENAGERS &?PR'TEN
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JUNE 7 SATURDAY 9:00 toi:bO'noo'n
BALBOA Y.M.C.A. AUDITORIUM
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' Including Jamboree Party .
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check and says. "Let me get
this"., you don't have to let him. If
it was understood the evening was
to be Dutch treat One man
shouldn't let another foot the whole
bill.: '7-'-iU V-.-rv
If you are emphatic about want.
ing to pay your share of a check,
you probab'y won't have to argue.
PLANS. NEW-PLANT
SAN FRANCISCOi (UP.
Crown Zellerbach Corp,' plans-, to
build a jolyetheiene film plant at
Orange. Tex., as part Of a long
term' arrangements just concluded
with spencer Chemical to., man
ufacturer of polyethelene resins
and oiher petrochemicals.
UNFAIR,
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traf School Principal Harley Ding Ding-man
man Ding-man announced' aU .report cards
would be marked by machine and
mailed to parents. v
Your dog gets as much satis-
faction from Ken-L-Rati&n
as you do from your own
meal. This thrifty food gives ';
him tender, juicy, leanhorsa
meat that's inspected by the -U.S.
Government to guar guarantee
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Y Want to keep your wife glad she

married you? ;
-You don't have to get anywhere
near the top rungs of the success
ladder to maice sure sne u always
think she won a prize when she
got you. '" ;. "-:-.'
All you really, have to do is
stand by her In the small1 emer emergencies
gencies emergencies that can look so big to a
woman at times. She'll think you
are ciose to penect u you a just
remember how to behave at Ltimes
uxe tnese: : '-"i
When she is worried about who
thee her dress is exactly riiht for
an important party. This is the
time when you must tell her se
veral times during the evening
that she looks beautiful. Don't men.
tion the dress; just make her feel
une me most glamorous woman
at tne .party.-., .. -;
When she has a fi ant, with hf
best friend, side with your wife
put don't light into the other wo wo-man.
man. wo-man. Remember they'll probably
be best friends again in a few
days. Just put across the ; idea
that you're always on the tide
of vow. wife,-,,,'-c-.'w"-'---:;---
when she works hard to give
a nice party and after it is over
ana-sne wonders if everyone had
a aood time, Don't wonder along
wun ner. uraa out the nicest com-
pHment you heard all evening and
tell it to her.; And while you're do,
ing it, tell her you had good time
yourself. f ;
When the operator at her faVbr faVbr-ite
ite faVbr-ite beauty shop goods and she is
in tears over1 the too curly per.
fnanet or the too short hairdo. This
la not time to advise her to find
a new beauty shop or a new od od-rator.
rator. od-rator. Just tell her cilmly, that
she looks mighty pretty to you.
,: When she's had a hectic day and
your arrival home finds her with
the dinner not yet started. Suggest
going out to dinner and see if she
doesn't give you a look that makes
you fell like the chairman of the
board. t i,.
. When she 'has a birthday hat
is a milestone one that she has
frankly been dreading. That's the
time to take her dancing-at the
most romantic spot in town. .:
Any man who wants a woman
to think he understands her has
Oto recognize those crises that seem
smaii to mm, but awfully import.
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Discusses His
NEW 'YORK (UPD-Rock 'n'
roll sincer Jerrv Lea Lewis ar
rived today from London, out
wardly unconcerned over the ell1
cellation of a string of British
theater ensaaements which lie
said would have earned him
$108,000.
Lewis, chewing sa wad of gum
vigorously, insisted thi h re
turned to New York after
loendinff nnlv fnnr l nlannml
37 days in tngland; because "I
neea a goon rest."
His 13-year-old bride. Myra, got
off the plane first and attempted
to stay in the background. Lewis
at first refused to pose for photo photographs
graphs photographs with her.
It was the furore over revela revelation
tion revelation of Lewis' marriage to Myra
that resulted in cancellation of his
contracts in England. Lewis, who
is 22, was revealed to have mar
rled Myra before his divorce
from his second wife became final.--
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Despite efforts of a press agent
to coach him. Lewis readily ad ad-m'"ed
m'"ed ad-m'"ed that his wife's ase U n
r t not 18 as the press agent was
overheard to whisper to Lewis.
"She's 13, and you can put this
said. I
The singer, who wears loni
blond sideburns, said he did not
know what "all the excitement is
about" concerning his marriage
"Lots of people get married
when they're 13." the Mississippi.
born rock V roller said.
Asked if he felt he had done
"something wrong" in marrying
the blue-eyed teen ager, Lewis
said: .
"Oh. not at all. I've never done
anything wrong."
He refused to say whether he
was worried about possible legal
action that may be taken against
him because he allegedly remar
ried before his divorce, .became
final.
Lewis repeated that he "got
homesick" an1? said he did, not
know whether he will Seek reim
bursement for his suddenly can
celled engagement, in England.
He said he would 'leave the
question of reimbursement to hi
manager. Oscar Davis oi jsasti
ville. Tenn., who remained in
London. He said he did not think
the revelation of his .marriage
would affect his career.
! "The fans I have ; I'll alway
have,"- .he said.. "They like my
music even though they may not

like my personal -life.! Lewispense of the extreme right.

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30 to 50
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OUk FRENCH SILKS, COTTONS, ETC. ARE
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Jerry Levh

Private Life
married his first wife when
wis 15.
be!
He said a statement by his sec-,'
ond wife that his latest marriage marriage-was
was marriage-was a publicity stunt was "not!
true."
"She his a bad habit of telling.'
Uttl lies," Lewis said of his sec second
ond second wife, the former Jane Mitch
urn of Fayette. Mii. H eairi h.
hoped he never saw- her again.
wane iiyi me stiu loves Lewis. r
He admitted he had complsinei
that French Gen. Charles de
Gaulle had crowded him off th
front pages of the English new'
papers. ;
i "If they're going to put me hi
the papers, it may as Veil be oa.
uie ironi page, ne said.
Italian Communlslj i
Bid For Co:!iiion
With Socialists i
ROME (UPI)-The Italian Corai
munlst party made a new bid fop
a "popular front" with Sociallsti
'uuy aimea at crippling any
government let up by the Chris, A
nan Democrats. :t
Communist Pirtv Rnu tii j
Toclia 1 1. Olavlnff nn th tt,r. i
the left.wlna fPSl. mfinti i,
stemmina from th rhritio
Democratic election gains,- said
tne communists were ready tn
ictu an unuersianamg witn all
those who move in th im ,n
rec.'ion with us." ;
It" was a pitch for return ta
the extreme left coalition whtci
fell spirt after the Soviet Red
Army crushed the Hungarian re-"
voit in tne tan of 1958.
If It succeeded, It could cau;
any, future government trmihlri ;
since the Christian Democrats did
nou-win an absolute majority itt
either house of parliament.
In the elections held Sunday:
and Monday, the Christian Demo,
crats won 42.4 per cent of the -popular
vote, up 2.4 iper cent
from the 1953 general elections.'
It gave them 122 seats In the Sen.
ate, one less than a majority, but :
an increase of 12 over 1953. They
won in sens in tne cnamc-er ol
Deputies, up 12 from 1953 but 23
short of a majority.
The Communists and : extreme ;
leftists won 36.4 per cent of the
opular vote, up 1.2 per cent from.
lusa. motn stacs gained at the e-

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eriviAe
don ti nut J

f brook OHiwri Wiv
fowling Awsrd Breekfost

Tue iiowling league vi us -took
Of kers Wives Coub M&Mp
be spring season with aa award
ieaiuast held in the Drifwood
unge ol the AlBrook Ofacers
Special guests at the breakfast
(ere Air. isiu A. ZaaQ, Mrs.
, frthur P. Hurr and Vrs. fair E.
Iilssoii. Mrs. Arthur P. Hurr pre pre-fented
fented pre-fented the prizes to the winning
fe msM'he team that tinished in

fne UP in brown paper sacks
A turned out to be vitamin
i ,, i..l(ihtf Hied down

Lrs. Hurr presented the team in

rs'PZf,v.r.aDtain,

trs ana cuusnw.. .pi
Irs. Robert oyce,, Airs. Delbert
r t p.,oon Malortey

CT& "hWK Webb oA

heir victory. r,:
; The second place team, Captain
trs. Arthur tfeSon ia Mrs. Miles
turgenheim. Mrs. J.ck.on Camp.

teU ana Mrs. w
eived crystal hurricane lamps.

J.ne leant m "".- v
Lintd by Mrs. Leonard Rice with
Flavors Mrs. Albert Vieria Mrs.
' E Pott and Mrs. Felix Hodge

leceived. silver ouuer ""co-Mt.
Hviduaf Prizes were won by Mrs
It i u MM chael. Mrs.

tors. Piul Runntrncl Will

n... Dn1 Pun nctrand and chil

' fcren Sarah nd Rick left by plane
.funday for Mexico City. ,f here
L .:ii J-:- Mi. P.innocTrann for

iney win juui "'"- j
I vacation in BaltimoreJMd. ana

Minnesota. They ww oe
Irom the Isthmus for three months.

f rd Dtntent Uavt

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1 ..j Vfad Tlnntnn wltn

thildren, Peter and Lois, sailed

fresterday on tne Ancon im vuC

US. They -expect 10 spenu me sum

tner in Cauiorni ana anau.

John Coopers Will
k.J Cum mar In US

m -onf Mr, John Cooner and

their three children left today by

ilane tor tne unuea oiaies. xucj xucj-ill
ill xucj-ill spend some time in Calif or.
; .nri tv,on or. tn thAlr summer

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cottage in Michigan! They wiU vu
pit Washington, D.C., and New
York and return to the Isthmus
by ship in-AiJgustv Mr Cooper -in
oh; the staff. ,op.,the Canal. Zone
n t rnn(.nr v'.- r' "!

Andraa Byrd 'jiK;;

AnrlfOi1 daiiffhfer of Mr.'lnd

Mrs. A. H. Byrd of Balboa cele
hrstarl her 15th hirthdav on Satur

day With a skating party, at the
Balboa Rollecdrome. Birthday re.
frachmpnt.Q were served at the

Byrd horn prior to the skating

Anrlrca'e piipstq ure Marv MaV

and Helen Stewart, Jane Wilson,
Tanya Schoch, Mary Lombana,
Kathleen, Sheridan, Helma Cooke,
Kathy Campbell and Ronney Byrd.

President f Corundy ,;
Women's Club Fetid
' The Curundu Women's Club
"held a despedida coffee Monday
for the president, Mrs. Annaber.
ta Leap, who is .leaving the Isth.

mus to go to Formosa. On behalf
of the Club, Mrs. Jean Brady pre presented
sented presented Mrs.' Leap with a silver

hnm rind rsticki.. anu a eanav

uish.'A charjn made from a Pana

manian coin was presented to airs.
t..n hv Mrc Mplirli Bmbnelc

on behalf of the Spanish speaking

members 01 uie uiud.

The new president, Mrs. Jean
ttroriv irrpnlfd the Cavel from

fr fin ind innnuhred that the

Club will adjourn until SJeptem

Der. v. .

English BUhep Will

nglisn Bint wii
'isit Tha Itlhmu

Th Rt. Rov. D. Ivor EvanC.

Bishop of the, Anglicar Diocese n
Arffpntin ind Eastern South Ame.

rica with the Falkland Islands,

111 th rpsidpnrn in Hnpnns Aires sr.

rived today with Mrs. Evans for

a Visit to the isthmus, xney win
be house guests of Sir Ian and

Lady Henderson at the uriusn &m.
bassy residence. v'p:si

Rishnn tfvnnt li n rnut trt Y.nt.

land on. variation and for the pur.

pose oi attending tne amDem con con-ference
ference con-ference of bishops to ne held in
London during July.'

' Bishop Gooden announces that
Bishop Evans wi'l be the special
preacher at the eleven o'clock se
Ice at the Cathedral of St. Luke

on Trinity Sunday, June l. In the
evening Bishop Evans will preach
at Fvpnsnnff at Christ Church Bv.

the-Sea, Colon. Bishop and Mrs.
Evans will Jeave the Isthmus ort
June 3. ;'.;4'. ';"V

COL. GINES PEREZ,' commandant of the united States Army
Caribbean School and Army Atlantic Commander, accepts the
first envelope to start out the Army Emergency Relief Drive
from Sfc Hugh A. Delanev (left), one of the keymen of the
drive. 1 (U.S. Army Photo)

fcJEtTIStS

Each netlM for Ineluiiaa In this
column should tubmlHad m
tvoo-writis form and mailod
Iho box numbor lilted daily in 'So
clil and Othrwi$," or delivered
ky haid th if fit. Notitos of

mtoilngs unnot ko acau bf i

Isthmlart Sports Cor Club
Tha tdthmlon finnrta Car Clnh

will have an old. ashioned picnic
this Sunday ai Summit- Gardens.

The group will meet in the Rubber
Grove in the Gardens at noon.
A prograrn has been planned by
the ladies. The trip to Chitre ori.

gihally scheduled wr tnis wees,
end has been postponed indefini.
Clayton NC6 Wives '.
To Elect Officers

Chiliilli llAd.lheiJVK jujafnonth
T business meeting Tuesday even,
ing at the NCO Open Mess, Offic
era for the next, six-monlh period
will be. elected, "AH NCO wives
of Fort Clayton iiav been asked
to attend.

Elvis Presley
Will See World
With U.S. Army
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Grissom Playing: Big Role In Giants

PAGE EIGHT V

Rise''

Veteran Relief Star
Aids San Franciscans
To Increase NL Lead

, By FRED DOWN
-NEW YORK, May 29 (UPI) -Those San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco rookies rate all the praise they're getting but
don't forget old Marv Grissom's part in the Giants'

spectacular rise.
The' experts were saying three
yean ago that 40-year old Gris.
aom might be over the bill but he's
aporting a 1.8 earned run aver,
age and a 4-1 record today that
itampi him as the N a t i o n a 1
League's top relief ace. Marv s
four victoritf equal his entire 1957
total. V'-'
The -foot, SJneh, 205.. pound
right hander, who looks like a
menu uu one vi mu vm" ""
rnx. eame through tiin lt
nieht when the. Giantt restored
their lead to two games with a 7.6
triumph over the Philadelphia Phil
lies. The win enabled the Giants
to pick up a full game on the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves, who lost a 12-in-ning,
7-4 decision to the St. Louis
Cardinals. v
Willie Kirkland, who was seven
years,, old when Grissom started
out is Class D ball back in 1941,
delivered the g me. winning blow
a two-rua ninth-inning homer off
Philadelphia relief star. Dick Far.
fell. Earrell carried a 5-4 lead in.
tc the ninth but the Giants tied
the score on Hank Sauer's single,
Orlando Cepeda's double and Dir.
yl Spencer's sacrifice fly before
Kirkland connected with bis game game-winning
winning game-winning shot. 1
It Was the 10th win m 15 game
on this road trip for the Giants,
who always did make it a point to
travel first class.
. Den Blasingame tied the; St.';
Louis-Milwaukee game with
' ninth.inning triple and the Car.
dinals finally won out in the 12th
. f it. : l. lia
wnin a wain, rwo sinew, rav
batsman, a sacrifice fly and Joe
Adceck's error produced three
runs. The game was marred by
five errors and It walks. ..-'-The
Los Angeles Dodger beat
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-1, r nd
the Chicago Cubs defeated the
Cincinnati Redlegff, 8.4, in other
N.L. games. In the A m e r i c a n
. League, the Ksasst City'A's top.
ped the Nw York lYankees, 4-5,
the Chicago White Sox crushed the
Washington Senators, 13-3, the De De-troit
troit De-troit Tigers scored a 4.2 victory
over the Boston Red Sox and the
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timore Orioles. 5-2,
Sandy Koufax, 22-year old aouth.
paw-fireballer, pitched a six-hit
ter lor the Dodgers who deal, sev
en-game winner Bob friend his
third loss. Junior Gilliam had 3
hits and Duke Snider knocked in
two runs to lead the Dodgers' 12
hit attack.. :' : '..
Ernie Banks hit his 10th and 11th
homers and Dick Drott pitched a
six-hitter as the Cubs snapped a
three-game, losing streak. Drott
1 struck out seven in scoring his
first complete.game-victory of the
year..
The Athletics extended-the Yan
kees' "losing streak" to two games
when Duke Maas limited the Am
erican League cnampions to one
hit over the last five frames. Ran.
kie first-baseman Marv Throneber.
ry'a error helped the Athletics tal
ly twice in tne sixth 'inning and
hand Tom Sturdivant, making his
nrst start since April Z2, nis sec.
ond loss. It was the fourth conse.
cutive win for the Athletics.
Tito Franeona, who had knock,
ed in only four runs all season,
led a 12.hlt White Sox attack
with a homer, triple and doubl
that drove in five runt. Jim Wil.
son pitched a three.hitter for hit
fifth win while Chuck Stobbs,'
who failed to retire batter in
the first inning, lost hit fourth
'., game. The White Sox scored five
runt in both the first and second
innings.
Pinch-hitter Gail.Harris' two-run
ninth-inning homer broke up a
tight game between Detroit and
Boston and enabled Frank Lary to
win his fifth .decision. Billy Mar.
tin's two.run single with the bases
filled and two out in the fifth tied
the -score .at 'k,:;:;
Cat McLish turned in a six-bit.
ter for. Cleveland to beat Jack
Harshman, who suffered his third
loss alter, opening the season with
five straight, victories! Rocky Co.
lavito and Minnie Minoso homer,
ed for the' Indians as the Orioles
dropped their seventh straight
game,
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LEADING
HITTERS
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National League G AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. Louis 36 135 20 60 .444
Mays, San Fco. 41 166 37 66 .398
Spencer, San Fco. 41 161 27 56 .348
Skinner, Pitts. 38 158 2f 51 .340
Ashburn, Phila., ,37 138 24 46 .333
Torre. Milwaukee 35 78 ir26 .333
Cepeda, San Fco. 41 163 35 54 .331
Crowe,. Cincin.. 29 93 9 30 .323
Thomas. Pitts. 39 157 29 50 .310
Dark, Chicago 28 108 14 34 .315
American League s
Ward. CleveL 3Z 88 1Z 34 .386
Niefan'. iBaUi. 29 93 15 35 .376
Fox, Chicago 36 145 18 5 .359
McDoueald. N.Y. 31 116 20 40 .345
Kuenn, Detroit 39 149 23 50 .336
Cerv. Kansas C. 32 113 32 38 .336
Vernon, Cleve.
Lollar, Chicago
Robinson, Balti.
Runnels, Boston
35 93 15 31 333
32 105 14 34 .324
34 122 12 38 .311
33 124 16 38 .306
HOME RUNS RUNS-NATIONAL
NATIONAL RUNS-NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mays,' Giants i ; ,' :
Thomas, Pirates
Cepeda, Giants
Walls, Cubs
Mathews, Braves i-jt
Banks, Cubs v
v ." AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv. Athletics
Jensen, "Red ,Sox r'
Maris, Indians' '
Triandos", orioles;
Minoso, Indians ; ?. f
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Spencer, Giants ; :';v..
Mays,: Giants .'x,ix
Cepeda, Jiants ? ;? '-
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Cervi Athletics v;'
Jensen, Red" Sox
Gernert, Red Sox -..
F. Boiling, Tigers W' "' ;
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Purkey, Redlegs
Grissom, Giants
Elston, CUbs
Friend, Pirates
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Tnrley, Yankee
Garver, Athletics
Sisler Red Sox
Wynn.' White Sox
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Confident Rathmann Already

Counting
By KURT FREUDENTHAL
INDIANAPOUS, Ind. (UPI)-
Dick Rathmann is so confident he
will win Friday's 500-mile speed speedway
way speedway auto race Jutt already he
is counting ms loot. .-
As pole sitter, he has an ad.
vantage over most of the other
32 hopefuls. He will lead the pack
ot roaring roadsters on the fly
ing start from the inside spot in
the first row.
As fastest first day qualifier,
Rathmann will set the pace. Pass,
ing him before the green flag
goes down, signaling start of the
race, could cost tne euiprii one
lap. And the driver who nign.
tails it into the first turn in front
of the field has a good chance to
be the early leader.
At $150 per lap, tne front-run.
ner can pile up. a jacxpot in a
hurry. And that's exactly what
Rathmann hopes to do.
v Easier In Front
"I figure to go as fast as I
can," said Katnmann as ne re.
laxed in his garage witn his crew.
"I don't have any strategy, out
there's less pressure in front and
I'll try to stay there. l
' There s only one way to drive
here flat out at high sped.
These cars are ( built for speed,
with i the good equipment- and
crew, I think I have a good
chance to win,"
Rathmann is certain the race
record of 135.601 miles per hour
set by Sam Hanks last year will
be shattered by "three or four
miles."
"That goes for the first 10 laps,
too,"; he saidv The first few laps
are the most dangerous since the
field is still tightly bunched and
there is more jockeying for posi position.
tion. position. J
Rathmann, Is counting on three
pit stops to pick up fuel asd new
tires. This, will be only his third
"50o;",but; He predicted it'll also
be the' toughest. ? J J
F'ars Elitian, Reece
"I think Ed Elisian and Jimmy
Reece wilt be pushing me," ,,"he
said. Rathmann beat Elisian out
of the pole spot; Reece is the
othep front-row. tenant. 0 ;v I
A welder and, mechanic V by
trade,1 Rathmann -lives' ink Miami.
He finished fifth two years asa. In
his maiden ride in 1950 he went
only 25 laps; before a broken oil
line sidelined his machine.
He qualified last year,, too, but
couldn't.start the race because of
an" eye injury. Johnnie Parsons
took over his ; car ; and fin
ished 16th. This year, he was as.
signed to drive for H.A. Chapman
of Tucson, Ariz.... but the car
never got going. -l&g
'They released me from my
contract and Lee Elkins (of Kala.
mazoo, Mich.) asked me to drive
new car he bought from J. J.
Watson,1' said Rathmann.'
"That car felt do eood I knew
right away it was the best ride
I ever had here." t
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S700
MATERIEL MIXED
MASTERS
Teams W
Boyd Brothers 1 25 1
Sparks
Gutter Rats 13 ISRemington
Rand 12 16
Master Misses 1 t Hi'
Blinds L 11 17
v Snarkl V, 11"
Overdues 22
Boyd Brothers 3, Gutter 'Rati 1
The Smith Coronas of B o y d
Brothers continued to make a run runway
way runway of the 5700 Material League.
The fact that the typewriters pot.
ted the Gutter Rats 83 pins a game
did not deter the representatives
of Boyd Brothers in any of the
games except one. , :
In the mid game of the evening,
the Gutter Rodents, spurred by
good games of Pierce N ew t o n
Senor Harvey beat the oronas by
59 pins. Three of the league lead,
ing quintet of keglers broke that
500 mark. .
Grace Moskowitz enjoyed a
good night, because she .led her
team and beat her husband Bert,
540 to 527. Jim Mingin relaxed this
but still posted 516 series. Only
nnp 'pt parried enoueh cheese.
when Pierce Newton chewed off
577 maple pins.
Sparks 3 Blinds 1
The runneruos. Sparks, lost
golden opportunity to sneak up on
the Smith Coronas of Boyd Broth.
r. However by winning three
noints they at least kept : dose
enoueh to worry the, Coronas
DroDoine the first' game to the
Blinds bv 25 pins, they came back
stronf to take the next three
points, although they received an.
other scare in ? the final game
i winning by three pins.; ;j

.WithJoJhejankS of thejparks 4-Bargyle Daniel
the Case family put on a spat ofre-Goldon Rocket Empire" Cross

their own, and Forrest was Lucky
to best his better half by one sol sol-itary
itary sol-itary pin, 503 versu 502. But the
big man for the Sparks was Ben.
ny of the Hays clan with his 523.

5 00-Mile

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Only seven starters are sched.
uled to dispute Sunday's 87,500
added one mile and one-quarter
Gen. Jose A. Remon Classic.
The horses and their riders are:
Perdulario, Alfredo Vasquez; Sa Sa-botaje
botaje Sa-botaje II; Braulio Baeza; Inform,
al, Heliodoro Gustines; Gavilan,
Virgilio Castillo; King's Park,
Bias Aguirre; Michaux, Guillermo
Rivera and. Contralor,. Julio JRo.
driguez.
- Bosidet the clattlc, there will
bo two handicaps. One It the Re Republic
public Republic of Italy Handicap f o r
which the Italian Ambassador to
Panama has ben invited and
will present a trophy to the own.
or of the winning throughbred. -The
Other handicap is the CO..
T.A.L. Handicap in. honor of the
members of the Latin American
Tourist Organizations who a r e
here to attend a congress at the
El Panama Hotel.
Admission to the racetrack on
Sunday will be free, y ;;i :--( ;n
: '::' -o0o
Otorongo," a highly rated Argen:
tine throughbred now competing
at the San Felipe racetrack in Li.
ma, Peru,: was recently purchas purchas-ed
ed purchas-ed by Jose Oscar Mendoza. The
four.yar.old son of Rey del Bos Bos-que
que Bos-que will soon be shipped to the
ISthmUS, H Whifsw;
v..,, Vi'-o0o !'); :'
Hard-riding little Manuel Ycaza,
the Panamanian riding whizz now
competing at Belmont Park, con.
tinues to get himself into trouble
with' U.S. track officials. Yester.
day he received an additional 15
days for "careless riding" in Tues.
day's fourth racef He had already
been set down for ten days the
previous day for the same offense.
This gives him a total of 25 days
of enforced vacation.
,', ' OOO
. Four newcomers will make their

BHSvLettermen To Hold

Awards Banquet Saturday:

Balboa IL'gh School lettermen
will hold their annual awards ban.
quet this -Saturday evening at the
American Legion Club. Athletic
awards will ,be presented to the
boys who have earned them in
baseball, basketball, track,, and
swimming.
Highlight of the evening will be
the- guest speaker, Col. Joseph
Stancook, from Albrook AFB. Col.
Stancook was an outstanding ath.
lete during his undergraduate
days at the United States Military
Academy at West Point, New
York. He played on the football,
basketball, and baseball team and
For the Blinds, only one blinded
the opposition, with Princess Nita
Woody ard smacked a huge 552
output ot tenpins.
Snarks 3, Master Misses 1 ;
Paced byl; Jim ; Williams 537
scratch and 582 hdep set, the
Snarks collected three noints. In
the second game they lelt victim'
to the Master Misses. Outside of
that game the Snarks Were in full
command of the situation, espe
cially in the. finale when they
knocked off 93 pins off the lanes.
Besides Jim Williams, Jim How
ard with 510 and Earl Sword 512,
took, olf the pressure off their
lady bowlers. Unattached, bachel.
or played his solo role for : the
Master Misses because he was
the only one with five hundred ser.
ies, 512v
Overdues 4 Remington Rand 0
well lortfied witn 77 pins per
games, tne Overdues outdid them themselves,
selves, themselves, and before the night was
over they Won more points in one
night than they did all season. Up
to date they had only two po'nts.
but this week they gathered lour.
The unfortunate victims were the
Remington Rand business machin
es. .t:;v-0 vU'-iv
.Only Claude Hays of, the Rem.
ingtons could solve the .Clayton
lanes, with a 522 scratch: 201 sing.
le same and a 585 handicap set.
The jubilant Overdues toasted Hal
Nichols and Bill Voth of ; their
team for their 545 and 575 sets,
Panama-Tribune Tips
By LUIS ROME R
1-Emllv Mary Blue Zulu
2 Segador (e) : Sober View
3 Carmlita (e) Vllme P
7 Thundorttroak Mikel
8 Francisquito Frijolito
9-lRote of the W. Maria Stuardo
10 Parasol Ragaua
11 Sabionde : ;. Alhahar

Race Loot

debut during the three-day Mem.
orial Day weekend. JDne, Don Ciri Ciri-lo,
lo, Ciri-lo, a two-year.o!d Argentine colt,
is a starter in tomorrow's nfth
race over a distance of five fur fur-longs,
longs, fur-longs, carrying" 115 lbs., Fortunato
Hidalgo up. ; : 1
Domitila, a two-year-old native
throughbred by Keyhaven out of
Stalaban, is scheduled to start in
4 three-furlong sprint fof non-winners,
which is the fifth race on Sat.
urday's program.
The other two newcomers, the
four-year-old Chilean colt Baremo
and Charicleia, a three.year old
American filiy, are scheduled to
debut together in one of Sunday s
races at the Presidente Remon ov.
i::;., -M)0O
Coming from a lono layoff," re.
portedly with iome good work,
outt under his belt, it King John
who it entered against Cartille.
ro, introduction, Golden Rocket
and Empire Crott in tomorrow'!
sixth ,.race over the seven.fur seven.fur-long
long seven.fur-long route. Alfredo Vatquez will
hav the leg up on King John
with a weight assignment of 113
. Ibt. v: v; '?vji?fr
. oOo
"Getting ready for ter debut at
the local track is La Casanga, a
three-year.old three-quarter bred
filly by Mosqueton out of a native
mare, by Charmed Away.
'". ',v'.,' oOo '
; Also coming back from a long
layoff ijs the Argentine vhorse Ro.
sier,if in tomorrow's first V ace
with a weight assignment of 122
lbs., J. Phillips up, against Mezer,
eum, Panicus, Neeful, Grimilda,
Blue Zulu and Emily Mary, over
six furlongs.
Rosier'?, last' appearance was' on
Dec. 28, last year when he finish,
ed last in a field or fifth series im imported
ported imported horses over six furlongs.
was given the Best Athlete' award
for his work in his senior year.,
The Bulldogs enjoyed a highly
sucessful year athletically. Coach
Ross Anderson and his footballers
won, the Interscholastic .League
withi a penect slate to start the
year oft on the right foot. Next
was the baseball title which went
to the BHS team under th direc direction,
tion, direction, of coach Larry Horine. This
was taken with the loss only one
League game, to the J.C, nine.
Just to 'add a little luster to the
season, the diamond boys also -added
the Pacific Twilight League
title to their collection,
"Although no team champion,
ship was declared in either track
or swimming, the Balboa teams
dominated both sports. They were
coached by John Pettingill. The
track team finished third in the
Balboa Relays behind the very
strong A. C. team and the potent
Albrook Flyers. In the swimming
pool the Bulldog splashers garner,
ed the majority of first places in
both the boys and girsls events.
Perhaps the surprise team of
the entire school year for the Bull,
dogs was the basketball t team.
Starting the season under the eui.
dance of coach Bud Hurin with
only 1 letterman and 1 other sauad
member from 1957, the round all
boys ended up the season with
the League title, a new coach, and
iu-4 season record. Hurin. ; who
suffered a severe illness after the
first league game had to give up
the" coaching. Larry Horine step.
pea into me Dreacn and finished
out the season spectacular fash
ion. -,r..;v:" : r: v.-.''y,Y
So1' it is tnat the BnllHni? n
look back on a year ofichamoion.
ships in all sports where the In.
terscholastic League determines
winner, and through domination
in the others. Thev can alsn lnnir
forward to the coming year and
sports seasons which will envolve
a great deal of "blood, sweat; and
1957-58 record.
Sports Briefs
X
STOCK CLASSIC .,-
RIVERSIDE. Calif. (UPI)-The
nation s top three stock car driv.
ers have entered Sunday's 500
mile Riverside v International
Raceway', classic-fer American:
and European' stock cars. They
are Lee Petty of RandtemanN.O.
who heads the Grand National
Circuit of NASCAR; Jack-Smith
of Atlanta, Ga; in second place,
and Buck Bakef of Spartanburg,
S.C., third in point standings."
TRAINING PLANS
COLUMBUS, Ga. (UPI) -Heavyweight
" Pete ) Radomacher
will train at Greenwood' !Lake,
N.Y:, for his v July fight at -IjOS
Aneles "with Zora" Ftjileyef Cham
dler, Ariz. The Greenwood Lake
site! alsais the training camp for
heavyweight champion" Floyd
Patterson, who kayoed Rade.
macher last August.

Editor; CONRADO SARGEANT

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TODAY'S GAMES
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Open date.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Night Game)
San Fco., 200 000 203-7 15
Philadelphia. -100 300 101-6 10
Antonelli, r Grissom (4-1) and
Schmidt.
" Semproch, Farrell (1-2) Hearnd
and Lonnett. ,'
(Night. Game) C
Los Angeles .110 300 2007
Pittsburgh 000 010 000-1' 6 0
Koufax (2-0) and Roseboro, Walk Walker,
er, Walker, f 1 1
Friend (7-3), R.G. Smith, Port Port-erfield,;
erfield,; Port-erfield,; Face and. Xr ayitz
(Night Gaiqe) ; -!..,,
Chicago 000 033 000-6 8 0
Cincinnati 001 020 1004 -t. 3
Drott (2.1) and S. Taylor,
Purkey, Klippstem (2-1); Lown,
Schmidt' and Bailey.- s.
(Night Game) V
St. T-niii nni inf nni oosT it is
Milwaukee 000 103 000 000-M 11 J
Jackson, Mufet (1-1) Paine and
Smith, Katt, Landrith. v T
Conley, McMahon; Johnson, Ro.
binsont Trowbridge and .Crandall.
Floyd Patterson
To Defend; Title
4 't'V
In July
ftlfc(!X.-JOt
Nkw york, w xmyf

i Floyd Patterson will defend his4rO90O J., Sullivan, N. Whitney,

heavyweight crown f or-,the. third
time in July, somewhere outside
New York, it was learned today.
Manager Cus D'Amato is ex expected
pected expected to announce the challenger
and the site at any hour now
information about the negotiations,
"lest some one try 40 prevent ihc
match before it's signed." s ;
Some boxing'men guess ; that
unbeaten, Roy Harris" will1 get the
title shot in a fight at Houson,
Tex. But that only their ; gues.
It is rumored that Texas backers
have offered a large guarantee to
Patterson. J

Indianapolis Race Hopefuls
Go Through Risky Prep Spins

INDIANAPOLIS, ,Ind. (UP)
Racing's, fastest, drivers tool
semifinal risks with a million dol.
lars worth of machinery Wednes.
day in final preparations ior in.
day's 42nd 500-mile Tace. '.
The ZVt mile motor ispeeaway
was open for. three hours for test.
ing for all 33 qualified race cars,
the last speed worKout,; jor me
field until the 11 a.m.' (c.d.t.)
starting time for tomorrow's $300,-
000 championship gnna.
All but two of the entries, who
qualified for the stake at a com combined;
bined; combined; average speed of 143.445
miles ner hour, ran through their
paces, some 4riefly nd some at
length. But each of them worKea
out with "the understanding that
even a minor slip '"might eliminaSe
them from t he .Memorial Day
race.
Thus any type of mechanical
failure which could not be re-
paired by Friday, or any colllsipn
could mean the end of the chance
to run' 500 miles for a top, prize
of .more than $100,000. -. 1
Contrary to custom, the oTl l y
chance for cars 'which qualified,
but which were, not among, the. 33
fastest, to get into the race hinges
on what happens to the qualified
cars Wednesday and Thursday.
Should one of the starters be
eliminated for 1 any reason before
REGAN RECUPERATES
OTTAWA, Ont. (UPI)-L a r r y
Regan, v; Boston Bruins hockey
star, is recuperating from an op
eration for the removal of. torn
cartilage from his left knee. The
Bruufc forward, operaled en Tues.
day, ;,is ... expected to be ; hospital.
lzea, lor..ig,aays.

ST DAY DG,G"JQ UUEQ

If life's hot worth living;
it may bt your liver I
It'i a factl It takes up to two pints
of liver bile a day to keep your
digestivetrtctintopshap I If your ...
liver bile iB not flowing freely your
food may not digest ... gas bfoata
up your stomach . you feel con constipated
stipated constipated and all the fun and sparkle

AMERICAN LEAGUE

W
L
Pet. Gl
New York M
Kantag.City.
Cleveland a
Botton "'.'
Chicago -Detroit
Baltimore
Washington
25
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AMERICAN LEAGUE,.
."-.. .--.k ., .'Opjn date."" ,."
. YESTERDAY'S RESULT?
AMERICAN LEAGUE' 1
Baltimore, 000 101 000-4 6 0
Cleveland : ... 020 020 10X 5 9 1
Harshman (54) ano Triandos.
McLish (2-1) and Brown.
Washington l 000 000 2103 3 t
Chicagq 550 000 03x-13 12 I
Stobbs,(1.4), Cleveland, Griggs
yerly and Courtney. 1
; Wilson- (5.8) and Lollar, Batte
Boston I HO 000 0002 10 1
Detroit 000 020 0024 t 0
Nixon (1-5) and Berberet."
Lary (5-4) and Wilson.
New York 200 010 0003 1
Kansas' City 000 022 00x-4 9' ft
Sturdivant tl-2). Kucks. -Maglie
and Berra. "i
, Herbert, Maas (2-4) 'and Chiti.
Along The Fqirways
pWga
- The monthly Tournament of the
Panama Women's Golf Associa Association
tion Association will.be held at Brazos Brooks,
Saturday, May 31 1958. Matches
are .as follows:"
i 1 No.'l Tee 4",
0800 B. Dougherty, ,N. Smith
Ei Baddger.
. i i
08S0;-f,,H';7,RpbuisonI
E. Peraptie,.'
....i.-,J.1
0845 E; Mathieson,

P.i Burns,
'
A. French,
-tt,'

B. DUfer.
M. Mallory.
" 0915 C,
M. Taylor,'
Bishop, B. "Hughes,
093fr Ai- Anderson, E. Moil-
tieth, R,' Daniel.
1

, 0945 H. Slempl, B..Hennoh. 0
, If you want to play..and don't
bavev a- match or a tee time. .....
come out anyway and a match
will be fixed up. All women golfers
are -welcome to- ome and.fi join.
the rest of the "duffer.". See
you therel 1 f i " . i

Thursday night, then- Gene HarW
ley, the first alternate, would be t
alerted, to be reaay w jtart tnt
race; Should more tnan one ot tne
starters atilter, then the second i

alternate, Freddie rAgabashian,

would fill ln i -jf
v But no alternate would be al
lowed to start with less than eight
to 12 hours notice. Henee any
mishaps to one of the qualified ,,.

cars on Friday morning simply j.
would reduce the size qf the start-'-
in eld.
Whatever J: ; -1: L
Happened to...
"'.Ira Rodgers
v By .United Press International
: Ira Rodgers is hailed as the
greatest namerin West Virginia'!
sports history., largdy-ibr. his ex exploits
ploits exploits ia football. During the 1919
season, he piled up a total of 397
points and led the nation in scoring;-
That year, too, he almost
single handedly carried "W est
Virginia: to its greatest football
victory 26.0 over Princeton, The
late Walter Cap named him
captain and fullback on the 1919
All-America team, seven of whose
members now are in football's
Hall of Fame.
Whatever happened to Ira.
Rodgers? He has been at his
ala mater ever since his grad graduation
uation graduation in 1920, once was head
football coach, and now coaches
golf in addition) to -his-duties as
associate- professor, ofj. physical
education,

(HI V
go out of life. That's when yon
need' mild gentle Carter's Little
-Liver 'Pills. Them famous Vega.
table pilli help stimulate the flow
of liver bile., Soon your' digestion
tezU fuDctioDiog (iroperly.and,,
you feel that happy davs are here
again! Don't ever stay sunk.
A limy keep Carter's Litt le Live
Pills on hand. Ask your drufjmt



pagp sr.".
.Vlt T.DAY, llX
j :MaBdIcEi) Tomorrow: At Racetrack-
' 0. .Tj

y 'lZZ PAXJLMA A.',:rr.ICAN AN INDEPEXDINT DAILY XEWSPAFnt

Rcco Trd;-Grctl-d Ontries

1st Raee 7th -Series Imp. 4

- lit KACS

1 Pepin

2 Baranoa
3 Sober View

4 Achieved

tJt. Hon

. Jvktr St.

Cemmtnt

Fes.Pune $ '"9 CS
OF THE DOUBLE

Odds

Peol Clow 1:09

1 Rosier

2 Mezereum

3 Pinicus

t4 Neeful :

5 GnmiMa

6 Blue Zulu
7- Emily Mary

J. Phillips 112 -Way down to class
F. Sanchei lOOx-Ran well in last
J. Rodri. UC Not .against these
H. Gustines 110 -Seems best here
A. Credidio 110 -Would pay oil
B. Baeza 110 -Rates good "".,
G. Sanchei 112 -Has strongest finish

3-1
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10-1

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8-1
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, : 5-2

y Strike. Golf Tournament

Moves Info Semifinal Round

2nd Race Special ; Imp. 7 Fjt.rurjt

, j 2nd RACI Of ini vvw

Peel Closes

B. Ruix 103 Not good enough t
G Rivera 113 Early speed only
B. Baeza 110 -Reportedly improved
G. Sanchex 108 -Showing improvement

Alvarei 105 J-sizznng wwuu

5 Voltage' -tf r.-Aivarei-iw "7",-fV,
tBoytoi Spring TW-aJ' '.

I Sppador

8 Philirpipon

3rd Race "G" Natives

B. Aeuirre 115 -Snouia Deal inese

H. Gustines 115 Form indicates

23-1
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2-1
41
'8-1
-10-1
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45

5 Fgs.Purse $375.00
. ONB TWO

Pool Closes 2:00

1 Foiietiio; ;; ;
2 Pichoto
3 Noticion r,
4 Damadiira
I Jipi jspai
eVVilma P
7 Radical
8 Carmelita

X' Gonzales 103 -Must go lower .';
G Rivera 120 Brief early speed
i F. Alvarez 108 Can run; frwtious
v: G Sanchez 110 -Slipped, saddle last
J, Gongori 110 -rUsually ; close up
B Baeza 110 -Will fight it out
B. Aguirre 123 Best early foot .
H. Gustines 113 Should score again

'V'

. 15-1
10-1
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5-1
2-t

EVEN

EVLN

- An upset victory and near
upset victory featured the final
play in the 1958 Lucky Strike In In-vitatidnal
vitatidnal In-vitatidnal Golf tournament now
being played at the Fort Amador

Golf -CluD. 1
The upset victory was accom accomplished
plished accomplished by newcomer to local
golf, Gene Hicks, who eliminated
defending champion Jim Riley 3
and 2, Fireman Johnny Olsen had
a fire going under Doc Herb Mit Mitten,
ten, Mitten, holding a 3 hole lead with
five boles, to be played. Olsen, a
little short oh tournament expe

rience, allowed the well experi

enced dentist to get ms toot in
the door with pars on the n e x t

four noies. bv mis ume uisen

was snakenea ana uoc wok me

matrh 1 tin

Hicks defeated one of the five
host cnl'or. nlavinff fin the Isth.

mus right, now as .he fought

Ttilev on even terms over the

h Raet ."P" Natives

7 Fas. Purse $375.0Q
QUINIELA

.Pool Closes 2:30

first nine holes. Hicks took the

lead to' stay with a par tod 15, and
c osed out the match with pars
or No. 1 and No. 17.

" V ' I"'
SemiJinal round parings are:
Championship Flight -Hicks
vs Galindo
Nitten vs Hinkle
First Flight
Smith vs Chadwick y
Massot vs Muller
Second Flight 1
Batchellor vs Annicharico
Bill Coffey vs Duffus
Third Flight :
Carr vs Roberts
Bergere vs Spencer
Fourth Flight ;
: Bardie vs Tapia
Coney vs.Esshnger .. 1
Fifth Flight
; Mansfield vs Voth ''
: Wittrup vs Scott

Gun Club Notes

1 4Bargylt ...
2 Rabilanco
3 Sideral
4 Daniel
5 Certamen
S Julie
7 Ciria-

'B. Gustines 110 Improving steadily ; ;
' B- Baeza; 118 Returns from layoff
' A. "Alfaro 105x -Always dangerous
' G. Sanchez 115 Hard to beat here ;
A. Credidio 101 Could be upsetter
, G. Millord lOlx Rates outside chance
E. Dario 100 Returns from layoff

12
5-1
41
2-1
8-1
10-1
101

Raeo 2-yrsNon Winners $ Puroo $450.00 Pool Close 3:00

Ith

1 Platano v,,
2 Florete
3 Campagftard
4 Ramo
i Don Cirilo
6 El Pobreton

C. Ruiz 108 Has Shown nothing
A. Credidio 105 In fight to finish
R. Cristian 108 Showing Improvement
G. Millord U2x -Rider handicaps -F.
Hidalgo 115 Tedly Green
F. Alvarez 115 Has good workouts

50-1

21
31
2-1
10-1
2-1

Pool Closes 3:40

ith Rac .6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purso $400.00 v

'.1st RACE Or THE UUUDtB
1 Cartillero I H. Gustines 110 Doesn't seem likely
2 King- John ; A.- Vasquez 113 Returns iirgood shape
3 Iniroduction B. Aguirre 108 Longshot possibility
4 Golden Rocket F. Alvarez U5 Should beat these
5 Empire Cross J. Rodri. 115 -JBack in best form

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EVEN

EVEN

7th Rao 4th Series Imp I Fgs. Purse $4o6.00j

. I . .. 2nd RAC I op TMS5 vuul.b
1 Grand Finish IB.. Aguirre 108 Always dangerous
m. rn. tt ii A Ci,niicAf4 in last :f.

t The Gipsy .A. Credidio 108
4 Red Label J. Jimenez, 115

s Thunderstreak B. Baeza IU

1 Pool Closes 4:10

Doesn't seem likely

Distance to liking
Hard fight on hands

8 Narcotico :, j- E. Julian lio .overgrown piug , v

7 Tiziano R. unsuan i can score mam
8- Cervecero H., Ruiz, 105. Enjoyimjrajftjrpm. -j0y

-.,11 ' fr, 1 J,l o'HJnli ,'f" -it
iu t... ''n P" Natlvaa t Fat. Purio 1450.00' Pool Closes' 4

4-1

3-l

10-1
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3-2

25-1

2.1

QUINIILA

40

1 Soberano
2 YOsikito
3 Dr.' Bill,
4 Frijolito
15 Chito
6 Francisquito
7 Naranjazo
8 Toxic

A. Credidio' 118 Last two were dull
A. Alfaro 102x Cbuld go all the way
J. Phillips 106 Ran. welk in last
Ft Alvarez 108 Usually dose up
F. Justinian! lOlx Doesn't seem oikely
H. Gustines 118 Form .indicates r r-A.
A. r-A. Lourless i7x Longshot possibility
B. Aguirre 110 Not against these

,4-1
5-1
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5-1

15-3-2
301

th Race Ith Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00

' ONI TWO
;.'.) :',: i. it- n:'..i .".r.. .:, 'i. .3'.."; '';').

H. GUSTINES 66-Disappointed. last ,
G. Sanchez 110 Belter this week s
F. Justini'ani lOOx Showing improvement
G. Milord 103x Early speed only
J. RodfiR. 110 Would pay off

A Amiirre 115 Rates (food chance

Pool Closes SsW

1 Silver Heels
3-rOliver (
3 -Colifato
4 Lark
5 Matriculado

8 Ma. Stuardo

7- Chivilingo J. Phillips 115 Would surprise
8 Globe Trotter A. Credidio 105 Reportedly sharp
8 Rose of the WV IB. Baeza 108 Mutuels favorite.

A

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5-2

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10th Re-4thWlos Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500.00 Pool CIohi 1:40

A MEMORIAL DAY HANDICAP

1 Pibe Lindo
2 Gay Legend
8 Riscal i
4 Mouche -I
Pasatiempo

Kagazzx
7 Parasol

E.'. Dario 110 --Nothing in months
'.': B. Baeza 10J Doesn seem .likely
. F,. Alvarez. 105 -Would pay off again
. A. Credidio. 103 Nqt good enough ..
113 Improving steadily v
f H.' Custinet 112 -J-In fight to -finish ,
- B. Aguirre 115 .Form indicates ;

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4-5

: : BALBOA 6UN CLUB
The Isthmian Trapshooting Asso

ciation announces that it will
holds its 38th Annual "State
Shoot" at the Balboa Gun Club's

traps, Farfan, on Ma ;31 and

June 1. xna is wis commx

urday and Sunday.
Reeistration of shooters will

start at 8:00 a.m. promptly and

shooting at 9:30. Saturday tne
lirst day of the shoot, there will
be 200 targets offered, at 16 yards
with 100 targets shot in the morn,
ing and 100 targets in the after.

noon.

nn Snnrtav. there will be 100

targets offered and shot t r o m
your handicap yardage as, deter.

mined by tne Amateur iiapsnoou
ing Association,. In the afternoon

inn fsn nairai anumea wiu db oi.

fsroH and shot from vards. All

who intend to shoot must be reg.
istered each day be "ore the shoot,
ing starts at 9:30 a.m.
Tn casNf rain, or other diffl-

miIHm which Would cause tht

.hnnt in htf nnnfnnnpd' tllA ihoot

JUUVk "v. .u.j-..--
off will 1 be held Saturday, June
7 105 at 0-0 m ,i,'.

" Luncheon and refreshments win

be served on the grounds. :

Balboa Gun Club held it's first

trap shoot Saturday afternoon.
May 17,. 1958 after a few months

lay oil witn a turnout oi surprising

number of snooiers, xne occasion
was celebrated with a registered

shoot, and. three pewter cup wo.

nhi rinnafofi hv the Club f O T

high gun in each of the following
events v 1

25 birds, from" H yards
2S birds I from handicap Yardage
25 pair, of birds from 16 yard
. Bill Cunningham picked up a

pewter cup with a. straight 25
birds clobbered from 16 yards.

Holmes tried with a 23 out a a
ctraioht 1 hard to beat. CaPt.

Jones came in third with 22,

leaving Shackiett trailing with is.
Doc Gerrans shot behind too ma many
ny many birds to want his score pub.
lished. ;

Bill Cunningham' strove hard

for the second pewter cup and

made it a pair, won with Zi Dro.

ken birds from 20 yards hanoi.

cap. Capt. Jones wanted tne cup
but. 20 birds broken didn't quite

win. Holmes' was doing tine ana

out ahead until he missea inree
straight on the last post which
lisft. him with 19. Shackiett again

trailed with an 18. Doc ; Gerrans

could ave done better than id out
fh. UWAm wmiMn't hold Still, al-

wave mnvinff nut of his line Of

fire. 1

.0

say

still long enough for them

malt a eood score. Let me

that new shooters are always

welcome, ana many uu w.
Menk have fun trying anyway.

Manv nld tran shooteres can re

mAmiwr wnen he started out ana

wished the trap boys would

thrnnr ham doors.

. Next shoot coming up wiu -be
the Isthmian Trap Shooting Asso.

p at.inn'a Annual State MOOt. Atl.

er which the Balboa- Gun Club
niam tn hn'd a tran shoot every

other Saturday afternoon. Watch

this space tor aennite announce

ments of these shoots.

Sixth Flight
Armitage vs Waring
Sorrell vs Underwood
. Seventh Flight
Kelly vs French
Adams vs Feeney

Results of this week's matches

are as follows:

V ' i
. Championship Flight
Hicks over Rilev 3-2. Galindo

over Corsale (Default), Mitten o.
ver O'sen 1 up," Hinkle over ... Le.
Brun 2-L

: First Flight
Smith over Lewter .3-2, C a d-

wick over Saarinen 4-3. Massort

over DesLondej 4-3, Muller over

zshank 6-5.

Second Flight
Batchellor' over' Eneelke 2 1,

Annicherico over Rice 4-3, Cof-

fev over Arman. Duffus Over

Henry 5-4.

s Third Flight
Carr over Jamison 1 'up. '--.Rob

erts over Silva 3-2, Berge over
Wikinstad 2-1, Spencer over Mil.

ler 3.8.

Fourth Flight
Hardie over Moore 3.1. Tania

over Tri, Coney over Coffey 1 up,
Esslinger over Monzo 3-2. r :

Fifth Flight
Mansfield over Bvrd 3.2. Voth

over Swehson, Wittrup over Dorf.

man 5-4, Scott, over Kirk 1 up 19

no:es.- ; .v '- -;r'',; ',.
Sixth Flight ; :
Armitarp nvpr Hernandez 2 un.

Waring over Alexander 1 up, Sor.

rell over Terry l up 19 noies,
Underwood over Finn 1 up.
Seventh Flight N
Kellv over Fuller 2-1. Freeh o.

ver Jones 4.2. Adams over Ma.

rine 5-3, Faney over Chaves 5-4.

v
Frank Day Moves

nfo FiistPlacG

In Summit Ringer
Frank Dav. a tranSDlanted sol!

er from the Brazos Brook Golf

and Country Club, moved into lirst
place in the current ringer tour,
nament now being run at the
Summit. Hills Golf and Country

C ub. Day's ringer score of three
over par 73, gives him one
stroke lead over last week's lead lead-er
er lead-er J. R. Smith. Joe Whitelaw
and Bio Nelson are tied for third
place with 78's.
In the ladies' bracket, Frank's
wife Faye, holds the lead with
an 86, Jfour big strokes over her
nearest rival Mary Ausnehmer.
Maxine Hood is in third place
with her 92. v
Day picked up the tournament's
first birdie when he' sank a : fif fifteen
teen fifteen foot putt on No. 2 for a bird
4. Day also has a bird on No.
3. while Joe Whitelaw has him.

self a bird on no. ss unese are
the on'y three birdies posted so
far;-.,,. '.. )'.

The rintrer tournament runs

through June 14ti on which day
the Summit Club will hold; a club

mixed scotch foursome beginning
at 1:00 n.m. Any male golfer

from Summit is encouraged to
bring out a 'emale goU'er..It is
asked that all golfers of the Sum.
mit Club sign up for this mixed

scotch foursome tournament oe oe-fore
fore oe-fore the 14th.

Ragazza, Parasol Tangle

In Seven Furlong Sprini

-. e

A special program will be held at the President
Remon racetrack tomorrow afternoon on the occa-'
sion of Memorial Day, a U.S; national holiday which
is observed on the Canal Zone. : 1-
The main event of the eleven-race card will be v
the $500 Memorial Day Handicap for fifth seriel j
imported thoroughbreds. Ragazza and Parasol, two
of the track's best three-year-olds, are among the
seven scheduled starters, j .yw-: v"

BIG DAILY DOUBLE
NEW YORK (UPI) ? Winning
daily double ticket holders at Bel.
mnrit Parle Tiifsdav were reward.

id with a return of tBO.40 for

their; two.dollar bets. .WUy Wave
f$7.60) in the first race and Cred,
It ($54.70) in the second, were the
victorious combination. '

The other five entered for the
seven furlong sprint are Pibe Lin

do, Gay Legend, Riscal, Moucuc

and. Pasatiempo. .

Ragazza a winner of her last
four starts, will have hustling lit little
tle little HeliodOro Gustines in the
dle, as usual. Bias Aguirre will re replace
place replace Alfredo a Vasquez aboard
speedy Parasol. The latter has
won two of three loial starts, ios ios-ing
ing ios-ing a photo decision: to Sabotaie
II in 1:24 2-5 for .sevnn furlongs. in
his. only unsuccessful effort, i

Steadily improving Pasatiempo,
.ki.h mill ha riHH.tn hv Cris lan

Rebolledo. could1 be an upsetter.

Mniieha will nave ionaii'Of soe-

cialist -. Amado Credidio handlmg

his reins. Riscal,, a .surprise win

ner in onnri time nia jasi Man.

will again have Fernando Alvarez

m the puotnouse.
r.av Tcrpnri will he. ridden' bv

ipaHinff iockev Braulia Baeza while

rank outsider Pibe-T,hido will be

sitiHeH hw Wmilin flarm

The secondary atl.rartion wil be
fnr fourth i sprips Imnorted horses.

This is the highest rated group of

horses participating on Tomorrow s
program. The one mile $600gallop

will : again bring together Mikel

and Thunderstreak which- dead dead-heated
heated dead-heated last Sunday. ;;
;' Cervecero, which was only a
neck behind Mikel and Thunder

streak, goes in. .in entry with T

ziano, a winner on Saunday also.

in this same race. Others enteiMt

are Narcotico, Red Label, The Gin-
sy and Grand" Finish. ,- ..

Nine other, prospective" thrilleri'
are included on an attractive eaiLi

'A

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Raceftack Tips

By CON It ADO

I- Neeful
'qador (e)
1 3 Carmelita (t)
4 Bargyi
5 El PobreJon ;
6 Golden Rocket
7 Thunderstreak
Frantisquito
9- Rose of the W.
10 Parasol
II Sabiondo

Emily -Mary
m Sober View '"
Damadura
v Daniel ''
, Campagnard
Empire Crs
' Mikel
- Frijoiita
Olivar i
Raqazla
- Alhajar

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1 NivaT N V. Ortega 110 -Would surprise
' 2 The Squire B. Aguirre 110 Usually close up ?
S-Rutilantt C. Ruiz 110 Early speed pnly s
a Aih.Ui. W. Gustines 112 Form indicates

5 La Generala B. (Baeza 113 strong effort last 3-1
8 Sabiondo v F Alvarei 112 -Should make It now ; EVEN

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v and tildes Into the water. Tell him to keep hit ehln down on Ms
chest as he goea into -the water, and lift hit thin when be wants
. to e6mo to the surface.
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Libraries and swimming Spools In the Canal Zone. M -,
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l Cunningham couldn't keep up
th tp in th 40 bird doubles

and let Holmes Walk off with
the third pewter cup, which by
the way had a glass bottom, with
hitrh score of 42 broken birds.

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nH Rill Ciinnineham making ex.

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hirrU lnnksri tt him like theV

were flymg wild and turned over

h nnsition to a newcomer.

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with a straight 13 broken pairs,

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- FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2.-0746
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
- THIS SPACE 13 FC3 SALE -FOR
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Miscellaneous l SERVICES

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Automobiles Apartments
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'FOR SALE: 1954 Mercary?
. Hardtop wiw, radio, Mer-t-matic
GoJ contfirion. $975.00.
Balboa 3676.
FOR SALI:195S, Chevrolet 4
r eteer. $00011, 1600 miles. Tol. 1 1-SI
SI 1-SI 90 after 5 .m. or home No.
C426-F. Anton.
. FOR SALE 1950 Chovrolot,
two-door, foot1 mechanical con con-)
) con-) elitien, $250. Call 3-0739 aftor,
5. p.m. or weekend., ;
, FOR SAU 194S Kaiaer aedaa
) SI 30.00, 1950 Willys itation
waaen S170.00,v2 light plant.
1 Call 2-3685.

V 'OR SALE: 1951 Morris Minor
' cenv. Very eol condition.
2-2761, 764-D Baonofcy $, lal-
t boa. I

m c.AIIier Fardomatia
v nine pawonior, Country todan,
2CO00 miloapo. $1100.. Phono
lalbea 3621.
' FOR SALEs 1955 Plymouth,
V powor flirt, 2 door, sedan, vory
ood condition 2-4422.
" T
nance Field
County Fair
Opens Tonight
' A treat i in store for Isthmians
vith the opening of a County Fair
Mt France field tonight ;
' The fair, which is Maturing a
' largo number ; mumtrtta
guaranteed to appeal to
trt, a wtH at the youngsters,
i willcontinue daily through Sun.
day Juno 1, opening avory after,
noon at 3:00 o'clock. ,n
Included in the diversions will
be ibingo, dancing and games of
skill. Local and States beer, sodas,
corn, cotton candy, raspado and
many other delectables will be av available
ailable available to tickle the palate.
Forget your trouble, relive
your -youth, recapture the mem.
ories of old at this M fashioned
County Fair. Proe'ods will help
send the National Teener Base,
ball Cha,mplenf t United
States to defend the title.
A'l activities will be held in Han
gars No. 5 and No. 6, so rain will
not dampen the County Fair at.
mosphere. Bring the family. Plen Plen-ty
ty Plen-ty of parking space right at the
doors. ' v j,
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OTTAWA SIGN$ VILLA
OTTAWA, Ont.' (UPD-Jim Vil Villa,
la, Villa, Allegheny (Pa.) 4College full full-v,,ir
v,,ir full-v,,ir h iirhprl with the Ottawa
Rough Riders of the Big Four
Football League, me lormer sai.
Cnlti draft choice ricked
ud 84B yaras in izo : carries' iw
-Allegheny last year.
; FEEL LUCKY?
Our nw
i GIBSON Refrijeratori
ro en display
SATURDAY, MAY 31
X
The first two customers will
receive a 10 cu. ft, DeLuxe
Ulefriterator valued at $395.00
i for 'voir $294.00. r:
j See the complete line at
TROPELCO, S. A.
SALES TeL'S-1285 f
SERVICE S-74S9
: BRAND
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth,
Ford 9.95
All others 12.95
Free Installation..
, TIVOLI .MOTORS
' at Tivolt Crossinr.
670x15
PANAMA STORE (
Auto Row No. 27-29
TeL 2-4624

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iJracJAMBQR;J5tI.S.twEastTel.:1444

FOR RENT.- Two bodroom fur.
niihod apartment. 2 bathroom,
living.dlniniroom, -' 48th street.,.
No. 27, Tot. 2-2504.

FOR RENT: Furniihad one
bodroom apartment. Automobile
Row, $70.00 monthly. Phono
lalboa 2870.
FOR RENT: In "El Cinjrtjo" 'j
two apacioui bedroom apartment,
garage, hot water. Beautiful
garden. Call Tel. 3-0955.
FOR RENT Comfortable fur fur-niihed
niihed fur-niihed one bedroom apartment.
Phono 3-5024, Panama".
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cool, clean, fat trove, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, garage 182 Via Pa Pa-rrai,
rrai, Pa-rrai, San Franciico. Phono 3 3-5582.
5582. 3-5582. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living,' dlningrosm,
, balcony, hot water, maid's quart quart-en.
en. quart-en. Ricardo Aria Street, new
building "Esparta". $140.00.
Tel. 3-4994;
FOR RENT? Vacation 'quarter
from June 1 4 to July 17. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable rent in return for caro
of 2 pet. Phone Balboa 2879.
FOR RENT Small furnihed
apartment or independent room.
Beautiful retidential ; aectien,
43rd Street No. 13.
v FOR RENT: Modern apartment
- 3' bedroom, 2 bath, v dining,
' livingroom, porch, maid' room,
". bath, all tcroened.' El Cenarejo
55 Street (LI No." 23. Tele Telephones
phones Telephones 2-0487 3-6523. Hot
water. 1
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT Well located air-
conditioned office, acres from
Hotel Panama. Ricardo Aria St.
Telephone 3-0702 2-2466.
Minarcin Blanks
Columbus 6-0.
On Four-Hitter
NEW YORK, May 29 (UPI) -Rudv-Minarcin
set his sights
for another major leagued come-
back Wednesday night by .tossing
a four-hitter as Toronto 'shutout
Columbus, 6-0, v P
Minarcin, a former Cincinnati
and Boston hurler, racked up his
fifth victory against two setbacks
as the Maple Leafs climbed ho
within I game of the second.place
Rochester Red Wings in the In.
ternational League race.-.-"
r. Rocky( Nelson, the league's top
home run hitter, aided Minarcin's
cause with his 16th circuit clout.
Stan Jok chipped in with his fifth.
: Dick Bunker spun a seven-hitter
as Miami edced Rochester,
1.0 in 10' innings. Dick Ricketts I
went all the way for the Red Wings
but lost out when he issued a, run
in extra.inning play..
In the only other igame played
Havana tallied twice, in theseigth
inning to beat Buffalo, 6-5. Vicente
Amor won his first game of the
season after s u f f e r i n g five
straight setbacks.
Richmond and Montreal were
rained out. i
REDS STAGE MANEUVER
.WARSAW (UP) The Polish
army and Soviet troops stationed
in Poland are carrying out joint
maneuvers, the Communist party
newspaper Trybuna Ludu said
todav. Soviet trooos are in Po.
land under the Warsaw Pact. The
newspaper gave no details of the
military exercises.

TIRE SALE

BRUNSWICK

NEW 'NOT SECONDS
FACTORY fresh
GUARANTEED
FOR 12 MONTHS
, ;blackwalls
. : Factory Mat
' Without
. ,', -' Trade-la
20.95
1 COLON STORK ;
12th St. and Amador
Guerrero Ave,
TeL 1087-L

ItAV VOITR AD WITH OKK Of OUR

INTERNAL. DE PL'BLICACIO.NFS No. 3 LotUry Plani ,CASA ZALDO Cfntral Ave. 45 O LOLRDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrquila f'AK' 'CIA LO.M LO.M-RARnn
RARnn LO.M-RARnn No. 2 "R" Street a MORRISON-r4lh of July Ave. at J St. o) LEWIS iJk. itiAve. 'liAnll No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS IMDOS U1 Cntrl Ave.

FARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue
MAC1A VAN DERJIS S Street No.
Beside the Bella Vista Theatre.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Qceansido CoHage
Santa Clara R. d P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Spend your weekend at Rio
Mar, ph beat beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of com me- ;..
otitis, open day and night. The
. new management it at your larv-
ice, 'v.; i v
SHRAPNEL'S furnithed homes,
en beach. Phone Thompton,
Balboa 1771.. :
FOSTER'S Corteges and Large
Beach Houie. One mile part the
Cailno. Phono Balboa 1866.
Houses
FORs RENt Furniihad chalet
two bedrooms, kitchen, living living-dinjngroom,
dinjngroom, living-dinjngroom, bathroom, U.S.A.
Army inspected. 45th Street 2 2-33.
33. 2-33. Phone 3-5351.
FOR HINT Unfurnished 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom house, Golf Heights.
Spaciou fenced ground. Tele-,
phone Balbo 2870.
FOR RENT: At. 50th ttroet No.
25, 2 bedroom house -furnithed,
e x I u i v o neighborhood, six
month or permanent occupancy. -$140.00.
Information at Cuba
Ave. No. 25-43, phono 2-0481.
'Service Personnel,
Governrnent 'Employees
Are clltlble to finance that Ntrt
or USED Car or Borrow oo your
. preset -ar through : :
- Agency .
DICK DGHLlNGER ;
.1 repreentlns
GOVERNMENT- EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
NO. 43 AUtOMOBItE JROW.
vV- f ojwom Cttjrt X
' Phone S-4 3-4R8S V,
Botcl: B0I1AND HOUSE
; :! I BrlnA ArpnKth heart tj,A.
"Son: Jose,'Cos1rq( tk$ V;
Comiilctely moderh 'tonvenlfcnc V
Siiltw .and BHBjaJowa, all With,
private bktfaj; Bof anf pld watitr.
. Prlcer. S Pi SR; daily' v
x" ith ,meals,' ,
; : "... ii
j ComopolHao kltcbea j
, Hone riding. 5 ,
Tor t:tsfervatiftns P. '"
. J.B0J5 ,4459
Manager:' BUI, and Elenor Jasper
International Jewelry
: 155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
' JIM RIUQE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins, Co.,'
for rates and information,
Tel. Panama 2-0552
NEW! ;. y
' SPEEDLITE '40
ONLY $24.00
' BANTAMWEIGHT
- - ONLY 2.S Lbs.
ki. 111111 .y
Panami
,' Colon
TV SERVICE
What'g Your TV ; Problem?
US
Q
UALITI PARTS
AND SERVICE
v. SAME DAT
" "SPFXIAL
free CstimaU
'' No Service Choree j ;
' Half Price On Transportation
... U.S. Trained Technician:'
CRAWFORD A'QENCIES,
Tlvoli Ave. No. 18 M
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AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 17 "H"

O HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fen.

ARMACIA EL BATURRO Parquo Lefevre 1 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via

Miscellaneous i
"Sealed bids will be accepted by
the Navy Exchange Officer,
Naval Station, Rodman, Canal
Zone for the tale of equipment.
The equipment may be inspect?
od at the Supply & Fiscal Depart Depart-mont
mont Depart-mont Storehouse, Bldg. No. 2,
N.S.. Naval Station, Rodman, C
Z. between the hojn of 9:00
A.M. thru 3:00 P.M. daily. Mon Monday
day Monday thru fridayt. Bid will be
opened 10:00 A.M. Pa 10 Juno
1958. Bid form may be obtain :
od at the Navy Exchange Office,
building No. 24, Rodman Canal
Zone, for further information
pleaie Call Navy 3389 or
3490". '
FOR SALE: Upright piano.
rice SI 00.00. Phone 86-3130
Albrook A7B.
FOR SALE: Small grand piano
$200. Call 3-0739 afar 5 p.m.
or weekends.
)FOR SALE: Portable tewing
- machine Singer $40, portable
. record player Telef unken $15,
portable typewriter Royal $75.
Call 3-1017 0900-1300 hrt
(not Sunday)
FOR SALE: Hot water heater,
glider, double bed. Call Pana Panami
mi Panami '3-3347.
FOR SALE: Slid, of Panama
Duplicate mad : TOP
QUALITY print from all your
negatives (oven MINOX) Over Overnight
night Overnight tervice on the ONLY
ELECTRONIC PHOTOFJNISH PHOTOFJNISH-ING
ING PHOTOFJNISH-ING equipment in Panama. Bring
your photographic problem : to
the most modern establishment
that has CENTURY of EX EXPERIENCE,
PERIENCE, EXPERIENCE, Foto El Halcon,
. aero El Panama Hjlton, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1179.
PANAMA (JANAL COMPANY
' OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS '.
, FOR SALE
' Sealed bid, for opening In pub-
' licv will bo received until 10:30
, A.M.I Juno1 6, 1958, in the of- 1
fitO' of Superintendent, v Store
house Branch,- Balbee, for lubri lubricating
cating lubricating oil; industrial truck parts;
cst .iron piper excavator part
.'.load packer parts," bolts; gone gone-Virol
Virol gone-Virol plant paijif ind' tractor
id powor unit -parts? Invitation 1
N S.ca.Alt li .ki.;n.J;
, rrom orrice or auponnroncient,
i Storihouto Branch, telephone 2-
..1086, ,
i V 1 j ;
y New records!!
I giant discounts
:f all trades marks
, Tropelco S. A.
, 45th St. and Via Espafta
! Vi ton air-cond. unit .like new
$135.00. New trombone $85.
'Mite used musical instruments.
4 speed record player, like now,
portable. Balboa 2-2389. i
FOR: SALE: 1 typewriter Un Un-'
' Un-' derwood. Good condition, reason reason-able
able reason-able price. 4-408 Paraito:
FOR SALE: 30 gal. water heat,
or. Like new. $50.00. Call 3-'
6733 Panami.
FOR SALE :--2 cot mattressea,
$5.00 each, 1 reel chair, $5.00,
2 card table. $1.50 each, 2
Rattan, 3 strand chair, spring
cushions $40.00 each, 1 antique
brass locomotive bell with hang hangar
ar hangar $25.00, Dishes, pans, house household
hold household article. 356 Mamai Place
Apt. 18.
JFOR SALE: Immediately, a
must sell i before- Juno 1 0th.,
Admiral T.V. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, also ga trove, 4 months
eld. Call Phono 3-7829.
; NAMED MISS ISRAEL
?;'. I h .SiJ.-,:,:J- ; vi k v-, i-
TEL AVIV, Israel (UPI) -Miss
Mirain Hadar,; a 21-year-old law
siuaeni at tne enrew University,
has been named Miss Israel, for
i8,s it was announced vesterdav
iuiss nauar win represent Israel
at the Miss .Universe contest in
Hi!..! it. J .. ii
Long Beach, Galif. She is a tall
Diue-eyed brunette. :
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
' Canal Zone
United State District Court For
The District .of The Canal Zone
. : Division of Balboa
Robert J. MacDonald vs. Lucll A
MacDonald. Summons Case 1 No. 4681
Civil Docket 21 Action for divorce
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
alter tne first puoncation.. -
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken
aealnat I you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
ii urn iiviiui ou'c uu.iii i c jr.
Crowe, Judge, tlnited -States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this May 21, IKS.
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
Clerk
(Seal) -.
By Sara de la P(ia
" Chief Deputy Clerk
To tiUcile A. MacDonald
r The foreeoine summon is served up
on you ty oublication -pursuant to the
oraer of tne Honoraei uutnrie
Crowe. Judee; : United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone
dated May 30. 19S8. and entered and
filed In this action In the office of the
Clerk of aaid United States District Court
f- the Division of, Balboa, on May 20.
una.
. . i n C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
' -' TlerV
'--;''' vPv Sare d la e.a ;
oii i Chief Deputy -Clerk

STRFT. PNAM. LIRKERIA PRF.CIADO-7 lel "No. 1J O AGENCIAS

He la Osn Ave. No. 41 o FOTO DOMY
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re-frigcr.-tor
2 5 -cycle. Phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1635 evenings.
New records!!
- gianr discounts
, all trad' mark
i Tropelco S. A.
45th St. and Via.EspaaK
FOR SALE ARM CHAIRS,
$10.00. CHINA-CLCSET.
$15.00. DOUBLE BEDS, COM COM-PLETE
PLETE COM-PLETE (ROM S39.00. DINING
ROOM ABLE AND 4 CHAIRS,
$45.00. LIVING ROOM SETS,
$98.00. MAHOGANY: BAR,
$75.00. BRAND NEW KITCHEN,
CABINETS, $69,00. PILLOWS,
$1.50. ALSO' LO V I L Y -WROUGHT
IRON LIVING AND
DINING ROOM SETS. EASY 1
PAYMENTS. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE.
CHANGE. EXCHANGE. PHONE 3-4911
3-7348.
FOR SALE: Small' piano
"Spinet'l perfect condition. Tel.
3-4947.
FOR SALE-Dining table and V
chairs, bed, wardrobe, corner
J table, (mahogany), armchairs, -living
iron, upholstered 'set. Tel.
3-4501.- P-

Chamberlain Quits .College

To Go To Basketball School

By OSCAR FRALIY
NEW YORK (UPI)-lwilt ?The
Stilt) : Chamberlain, K a p s a it
seven-foot co ossus of the courts.
gave up college to go to school.
usasRetDau scnoi, nat is. Be
cause the big thing with Big Wilt
right-nw is big money. ...
And he feels the only wav he
can hit the pro basketball, jackpot
is;, to spend a year preparing
mmseii an 1 me pro-iype game, r
He'll do this on a 160 game
tour ala the Harlem Globe.
trotVers,i forming his own teams
one. Negro' and ohe white for
more than a year s play in South
America and, then across the
United States, v ; i
'VJ"T jneed money, says the tow
enng 21-year-oLd son of a S60.a
week" handyman, VI was at i
standstill the way the game was
played at Kansas. I ve got to d?
velop the shooting and running
part f.of my game.,' Then 1 can
ask the pros for $25,000' a year."
House Committee
Backs President's
Ilo-Tax-Cul Policy
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Ways and Means Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, endorsing President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's no.tax.ci't policv, yesterday
gave overwhelming, bipar isan ap ap-rpoval
rpoval ap-rpoval to bis bill to extend pres.
ent corporate and excise tax
rates another year. ?:
The committee actfd shortly
after the President told his news
conference he1 believed tne recs
sion larelv had t spent its fore
and that a tax cut would be un
warranted at this time.
The vote was 21 to 2. with, only
ReDS.r Noah Mason (R.IU.) and
Thaddeus M. Maehrowicz (D
Mich.) 'dissentrng. The committee
acted after rejecting Maehrowicz
proposal to cut the excise on new
cars from 10 to 7 per cent.
Before the vote, the President'
two too fiscal advisers Treasury
Secretary Holier t a. Anderson
and iBudeet Director Maurice H
Stans told the committee a tax
cut now was out of the question
Stans r I mnded the taxwriters
the nation -faced a budget deficit
of -from 8 to 10 billion dollars in
he next fiscal year, even: with
present excise and corporate
rates extended.
The committee 'action represent
ed an important legislative vic
tory lor the President. The lopsid
ed vote also gave strong stimulus

to the 1 bipartisan drive by t con congressional
gressional congressional leaders, to hold the; line)

on taxes, despite the business
slump.

Under present law,, the corpo'.
ra e tax rate automatically would
drop from 52 to 47 per cent on
July 1, with declines also slated
for excise taxes on automobiles,
ir-nnr, beer, wines, and cigar cigarettes.
ettes. cigarettes.
Anderson told the committee
the reductions would cost the
Treasury $2,594,000,000 in reve revenues
nues revenues in the next .fiscal year. Un Under
der Under the administration bill, thes
cuts' would be .suspended at least
until July i; 195fc
Congressional leaders planned
to brin8 the extension bill to the
House floor for action within the
next two weeks .under a proced procedure
ure procedure that would bar any amend amendments.
ments. amendments. '. ... i -. ';
' Maehrowicz' amendment would
have allowed the cut in the auto automobile
mobile automobile excise rate to go into ef

fect as scheduled. It was designed

to stimulate lower prices and in
crease .sales' in the Industry."'"

Juslo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. O FAR

Porraa 111 ) NOVEDADES ATHIS-
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 15 footer 25 h.p.,
Johnson, trailer. Will sell sepa separately.
rately. separately. S5I2-C. Diablo. 2-3188.
Dogs
FOR SALE:, Puppies Cocker
Spaniel thorough bred. : $10.00.
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Deaths ": Wd Air' Collisions
. Spur Creation Of Super-Skyways

5 WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Civil Aeronautics Board yesterday
ordered creation, of s three
transcontinental super skyways
where maximum safety rules will
be 'in effect. The move was .de
signed to minimize the danger of
mid-air collisions. i
The three "freeway of the air"
will go into effect June ,15. They
will link Los Angeles land San
Francisco to New York an d
V I shington. Each will be 40 mills
wide and cover altitudes between
17,000 to 22,000 feet. t
' Within the boundaries of the
skyways, all aircraft whether
militarv or commercial must
fly under instrument:flying rules.
Thev will be "under absolute
around control' regardless oi
weather.
Controlled From Ground
."Each flight,", the CAB said,
"will be in a Cocoort -of its own
air soace protected by ground
monitoring with a separation from
other aircraft of at least 1.000
feet vertically and 10 'minutes tiy-
kne time horizontally."!
The creation oi. the skyways
was oromoted bv mid-air collisions
between i commercial airliners and
military jets which took 61 lives
in April and May.'
The CAB made it clear thajt tne

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NEW LONDON, Conn'. (UPI) -I
Seventy .nine cadets became erf
signs yesterday during colorfii
graduation ceremonies 'at th
Coast Guard Academy. Hono
graduate' of this 72nd commence
mfnt.WJi
John c. Armacost
Finltsfmrs. Mrf.1. whose four vea
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establishment, of v the three sk
ways 'was only one of a series i
mdves to insure greater a i
safety, It said the number, lengt
and height of these airlanes wi
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control capacity will allow.
Civl Aeronautics Admimstra'q
james i. ryit; um uai auiiu
that eventuallyv five such supeii
skyways will be in operation fd
cross-country flights.
' Now Have Choice'
"The CAB noted that pilots fljf
ing in good weather1 now mai
choose to fly either under instn
ment control with ground supei
.,1'n.A.k n, ,,nlA vicii.,1 riirrhf. nlnl
MOIUU VI uhuvi liouai .uiit imti
"see and be seen," These wei
the circumstances under whic
the two recent collisions occurred
"in 'tne. -super SKyways, sn
board saud," there will be no sue
mixture.
It said no airplane will be a
lowed to enter or cross -the thre
skvwavs without CAA' clearand
from the ground.1 The board sau
the new skyway plan was endorse,
bvuhe commercial airlines am
the Defence Denartment
Under the CAiB order, Pyle wi
be authorized to establish; otlu
skvwavs as Tic sees -fit. The
mav be anywhere overv continer
lal United States between the allii
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Fourth Republic On Scrapheap

De Gaulle Asked To l ake Oyer

4s France

Verges

On ''Civil War

Little League

PARIS, May 29 (UPI) President Rene Coty announced today he is calling in Gen. Charles De Gaulle to discuss setting up a Government

of Public Safety thus virtually scrapping the Fourth Republic. Coty said France is on the verge of civil war.

Th

Coty

e 76-year-old Coty indicated he would resign if the bitterly divided and temperamental Assembly failed to go along with him.
tv said he also was asking De Gaulle to see what can be done toward, a thorough reform of the constitution which in the last 1

3 years

i... ka Aceemhlv to overthrow 25 French governments.

Coty told parliament that "in the hour of perijfor our country and our Republic, I have turned, io the most illustrious of Frenchmen, to him
who,' in the darkest hours of. our history, was our leader for the recoi quest of liberty." ..
Even as the deputies faced one of the most fatefur moments in the history of the republic, De Gaulle was heading the call.; .yyj.
' He sped' away from his home at Coiombey'-les-Deux-Eglises, 150 mil es east, shortly before 4 p.m. He was expected in Paris about 7 p.mJ

' Coty make his stunning an announcement
nouncement announcement in an unpreceuemed
' message to emergency meetings
of both houses of tne t rench Par-
lament. "t 'Vj! :
It earn against a background
of open revolt fn Algeria and
. Corsica and an assembly so nope
lessly divictod against itself that
Do Gaulle seemed the only so so-'
' so-' lution short of a military oicta-
torship or a Communist-control.
led "Popular Front."
- Coty said that if his solution
Droved the wrong one he could
on,y hand Over his powers i under
Ihe constitution to the National
Assembly president. ;,;
Committees o Publics Safety
" test were' formed imuediately al alter
ter alter the revolution of .1789 which,
led to the guillotining of King Louis
The first was followed ;by a
second which came to exercise vir virtual
tual virtual dictatorial powers under
pobespierre. It fell of its own
fXCo?yeSsair he 'ii-c'S-Sj
, Gauile "to examme...whati in the
1 framework of republican legality
is immediately necessary c for i a
Governhient of National Safety.
His move unprecedented in
peacetime followed a thinly,
'veiled warning ; from Algeria t
'r'stive generals that further d,
'ley in bringing De Gaulle to pow,
er might set off open intervene
, kv th military. : i

i.The De Gaulle government, ,Co ,Co-fjsaid
fjsaid ,Co-fjsaid would -see what could be

done "in ; a short or long time,
to icarry out a profound reform
Of -our ; institutions." s ;
Coty's message was read to the
National Assembly by Andre Le
Trnmier. its Dresident aad the man

Who would succeed Coty if he car.

ries out his ; threat io resign.
.. When he finished reading the,
.message, there was a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous roar dissent from the Left
and, applause from the Right.
Communists and Socialists,
who hate De Gaulle, stood up
and 'shouted "Fascism shall not
pass."
. A rrftwrt of several hundred mil.

lprii shout the entrances to the

Assembly which was. jammed to
capacity. ''; r
Polio and security euards have

been strengthened all atound Uhe
building, on the Concorde Bridge
: facing It and in I u i o u n d i n g

The message was read at the

same timet to the benate oy its

chairman Gason Monnervme.
Coty delivered a solemn appeal
for national unity.

' "In our long history," he dej

'.dared, "after the most violent in in-'
' in-' ternecine discords there have been
great days of French reconcilia reconcilia-tion
tion reconcilia-tion in a surge of national unity,
i National unity is not anarchy. It
is simply respect for the law."

. At conclusion of the readings.
Communists and Socialists sang
the "'Marseillaise" and the "Song
of Departure" av traditional Re Republican
publican Republican hymn.
In their turn, Poujadists and
other extreme Rightists also
sang the "Marseillaise" inters
rupted by Communist yells of
"Fascists."
. An unidentified man in the pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie gallery threw a handful : of
phamphlets onto the floor of tthe
House.
The rest of the House remained
seated and silent: '
Le Trqquer then suspended the
session to enable party groups to
discuss the President's message.
Only an hour, before the Presid Presid-ent'
ent' Presid-ent' message 'was presented to
the two houses there had come
another grinv warning lrom the
"Super" Public Safety Committee
in Algiers. The commillee said it
wniiiii "rise uo vigorously" i- a.

French Army In Rebellious Algeria On Point
Of Overwhelming Its Commanrs-De Gaulle

PARIS, May 29 (UPI) Gen. Charles De Gaulle warned today that the French army (is
on the point of "overwhelming its commanders" in :Algeria and trying to seize power.
He issued the warning in a letter to lorinsr President Vincent Auriol, who had pleaded
with him to recall thp army in Algeria to its duty. i.
De Gaulle expressed fear that Frajice is headed for 'anarchy and civil war'V unless he

takes oyer at once. ,
And if that happens, he said, "I should only suffer grief until my death."
In his reply to Anriol, De Gaulle denied that he had eyer encouraged the army, in Al-
,' : j. ia i j.fMlii. (k. 41.4 14 iA ti An A CA

gena or in Corsica io revoii fit ms imiuc, ucspire iu ..if

He repeated his earlier 'pledges that he would never seize power by force,-

' De Gaulle's warning on the ar-. mender for Algeria, Gen. Raoul
my in Algeria was published .al Selen. Thousands of Modems in

few hours after the generals them the square ousioe clamored to.-

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gainst any attempt to block for formation
mation formation of a De Gaulle; govern-
ment. ; .-:"'
r.ntv vesterdav set the stage

with a dramatic summons to the

ready and waiting De Gaulle; at
his country home. The presiden presidential
tial presidential Elysee Palace announced that

Coty would name a premier un unsigned
signed unsigned to succeed moderate Pier Pierre
re Pierre Pflimlin. Nobody doubted it
would be De Gaulle. - f
; The Communists sought to
block the wartime hero's as
sumption of power with a strike
that fizzled,' a mas demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration that was remarkably peace

ful and calls for a "popular front
with the Socialists and Radic Radic-cais.
cais. Radic-cais. The Radicals spurned the
bait. s,yjM-::-i:j:-

The Socialists were considering

an appeal from Coty himself to
forget their ': animosity to De
Gaulle and support him, to help
save France from chaos. 1

The Cathobc Popular Republi Republicans
cans Republicans Pflimlin's own party and
the Independents pledged to Coty
that they woudd support De,
Gaufe.
. Fifteen days since the Gaullist
campaign began in Algiers, the
time had come for the final de decision.
cision. decision. "
Coty was reported to have warn warned
ed warned the Socialists, Independents and
Popular Republicans at an unusu

al mass conference that the only

alternative to De, Gaulle was a

Communist-led popular ront, si similar
milar similar to the- one Jed., by Leon
Blum in 1936. V: :i j -r

In that case., the President was

reported to have warned, he him himself
self himself would resign and the Fourth
Republic, hanging on the edge of
civil war, would fall.
As he spoke, tens of thousands
of Communists, leftists and some
anti-De Gaulle moderates massed
at the P'-"- de la Nation in
Eastern Paris. y-1 : '' WSl
Former .umier Pierre Men-

les-Fvranee, a Radical, and for

mer Socialist Premiers Peul Ra Ra-madier
madier Ra-madier end Edouard Daladier
were in the forefront of the
marchers who swelled to 250,000
parading 20 abreast, up the Ave-,
nue Voltaire to the Place do la
; Republique. -.V y-'--'-, 1
It was a noisy, suuggishly mov moving
ing moving throng. Shouts of "Dr Gaulle
to the gallows" and "Fascim shall
not pass," : rang through the air.
But there was no violence. Hor Hordes
des Hordes of police as .well as monitors
in the parade itself saw to that.
One incident almost occured
when a ; crowd of 200 tried to
swing, past the Place de la Re Republic,
public, Republic, swirling Mendes France
along with it.

- Monitors stopped it short of a

issued a veiled warning that the

army might intervene in France
itself.
Algeria's "super" Public Safety
Committee warned today it would
"rise up vigorously", against any
attempt to block the formation
of a De Gaulle government. ,;,
The super committee issued its
1 illenge after a 30-minute meet meet-i
i meet-i ,cr in the covemment house fn

Algiers as the French parliament.

was getting ready to meei m rar-

is to make me menu uectsion.
The committee meeting was
presided over by supreme com-

Gen. Charles De Gaulle's re-

turn to power. f j
The committee statement saifi

it was "inadmissible for the sup-

Dorters of the system to attempt

to retard the formation of a Pub

lic Safety .government .by .Do

Gaulle."

- If warned the army would re.

mam vigilant against, the mooiu

zation of suversive antr national

forces."

xrnwri tf ViPn vilv-rmfld Oolice

blocking the entryway to the heart

of the city.

Mendes-Franc?, his. face setjn

a frozen smile, said nothing, v

Other crowds, along. Ihe roe a
to Paris, had gathered to cheer
De Gaulle as he swept past In
his old Citroen limousine, trail trailed
ed trailed by a carload of Surete offic officersthe
ersthe officersthe French FBI.
To nrevent newsmen from fot

lowine. nolice blocked the road

at CoIombey-le5-aeux-l!igiises tor

15 minutes after de Gaulle s li limousine
mousine limousine zippled out at high speed

De Gaulle was accompanied by
his aide in the 1 chauffeur-driven

car.

The Communist labol1 'Unions,!
backed by some moderate unions,
called a two-hour transportation
strike-yesterday geared to the
rush hour but limed so as not
to interfere' with the gathering of

the demonstrators in eastern Paris.

It failed, as did another Red Red-Sponsored
Sponsored Red-Sponsored strike Tuesday. Most
subways, trolleys and buses can
on sehedule.''';'-t-'?:ff.'i. :'

Jules Moch, toueh interior min

ister in Pflimlin's caretaker gov government,
ernment, government, had banned all demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations. He let the one yester yesterday
day yesterday go on, but the scores of heavily-armed
police and guardsmen
cowed most of the leftists.

The National Assembly, where

the final drama began early yes yesterday
terday yesterday and where is will culmin culminate,
ate, culminate, was heavilv guarded. ? :'

It was there, Tuesday nieht that

Pflimlin had demanded that the

assemblv choose between him or

De Gaulle. It nicked him but by
a margin too thin. Pflimlin rein

ed but remained on as carataker

premier.

Boys 9, Girls 2

iBoy twins were among the 11
babies born at Gorgas Hospital
durin; the week which ended at
midnigti May 26. During the same
prrioo. total of 187 patients were

admitted and 215 discharged. -,

Parents of the twin bovs. born

last Sunday, are CWO and Mrs.'

M. D. Rentz, of Fort Kobbe.
! Boys i were also born tot the
following: Mr. and Mrs. V. A.

Lewis, of Panama City; Sp-3 and

Mrs. -ti j. JBurden, of Panama
City; Sp'-2 and Mrs. H. E. Groppel

- Read stcry onpago 0
44 Junior College Grds To Receive
Diplomas Monday At Diablo Theater

Diplomas, will be presented MonJ
day morning to 44 graduates of
the Canal Zone Junior College at
the Junior College's 24th commen commen-cement,
cement, commen-cement, exercises. :
Twenty -two students are graduat
ing in liberal ,arts, 10 in business
auminislrafion, eight in sC ence ence-engineering,
engineering, ence-engineering, and iour in the secre.
tanal coui!,e. i v.
The commencement excercises
wid be held at; the Diablo Heiehts

Theater and ,will begin at 10:30
o'clock. : -' ":

.: The invocation, by the Rev. Ber-

Reid, of Panama;:. Sp-3 and Mrs, Mission i- Raihna ,ni hi, nZL

by an address of welcome by Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Ann. Little president of enc

grauuaung Class

R. F. Veritch. of Panama Citv:

Mr. and Mrs.; J.; AL Caton, of Pa

nama City;-andMr.; and Mrs. J.
M. Domingo, of Cocoli.

Girls were; born to the following

parents: Sfc and Mrs. George SU SU-vas
vas SU-vas of Fort Clayton; and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Thompson, of Balboa,

CZ Executives
Complete AMA

Course In US

i

. The statement did not spell
out what action the insurgent
generals and French Algerians

would take if the Paris regime
rn'used to accept De Gaulle.- :
But it was a e'ear threat that
the rebeis would not stand idly
by.
uy the present "system"' they
mean! the whole fabric of the

French' governmental setup which

has produced 26 governments
since World War II. 1
"The committee is watching Ihe
process of the formation ol a Pub Pub-he.;
he.; Pub-he.; Safety Government with .vigi

lance and affirms, its intention of

rising up wuh vigor against, any
attempts to retard this process
by a system already condemned,"
the statement declared,
v
The committee expressed "grat.

titude' to De Gaulle for stepping

forward to "assure the destiny of

the country."
Algerian newspapers broke out
with joyous headlines this morn morning
ing morning proclaiming that De Gaulle's
move to. power could not be a-
voidad.

1 But the generals and civilian
! i 1 i 1 i ...

lnsurgeais were xaspei aieu ai vie
delay.,. ..

. B.i I. Everson. TransoortTion
and Terminals director, and Tho

mas M. Burrow, assistant to the

chief of : the executive pJannin

staff, returned to the Isthmus this

weeK after c o m n l e 1 1 o n ol a

month course of training in the

States. ;
Both'of the Canal executives at

tended the American Management

A?soci'tnn- course at Saranar

Lake. N.Y. Tye course was attend

ert v senior off'ciii of some of

the largest, industrial firms: in the

Col.-C.vA.Beai'vrJrAdiutant.''

General, .USARCARIB, will deliver
the main- commencerae t address.
Roger C: Hackett, dean of the
Junior College, will present the

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: SLIDE KILLS SIX
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landslide thundered down on eight

dovs playing baseball 'yesterday.

killing, six, oolice reoorted. Th

Doyr were piaymg m a lot be.

neath an overhanging cliff. Rescue

woricers aug the boys out and

rushed them to a hospital. The

two survivors were reported in

satisfactory condition..

Pins, as we know them, were ;
probably first made about the
14th century in France, where
people were taxed to provide
the queen pins for her boudoir.
: From France, pins were ex exported
ported exported to England. In 1775,
the American Continental Con-
gress offered a prize for- the
Arst domestic pins equal in,
quality to those Imported from
England up to that time.
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Weather Or Not

This weather report tor the 24

hours endinr 8 a.m. today, is

prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the

Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High ..;.....
Low
HITMIDITT:

High
Low

87
76
95
71

WIND:
(max. mph) NW-7
RAIN (inches) .11
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 84

' 85'
- .76
. i
92
80
SW-16
.68

v FRIDAY, MAY 30
High Law 1
1:02 a.m. 1 7:17 a.m.
1:26 p.m. 7:54 p.m.

Memorial Services
Tuesdav For late,

Harold R. Rodoll

"Memorial services fof Hard R

Rodell;1 Marine Bureau e I iye.

who was found dead at his .iome

in Ancon Tuesday, will held June
3 during the regular meeting, of

the BPOE Loage jno. hu in Bal

boa. The services will be held at

7:30 p.m. by members of the

lodge The remains are being sent
to Jers'eyville, Illinois, for inter-

merA.
Mr. Rodell, a resident of the

Canal Zone since 1941. died at his

home sometime Saturday night ap

parently of natural causes. His bo-.

dy was discovered Tuesday morn

me by the Canal Zone Ponce after

he had been reported missing by

mends and neighbors t a;;
.'), ; $,,"., ,;(
A native of Fidelity, 111., Mr.
Rodell was employed in the form

er Municipal Engineering Division

in' 1941.- He Iter worked 'With thp

Industrial Division, the Locks Di

vision and the SuddIV Division

For the past year, he had been

a steam locomotive crane opera

tor in the Marine, Bureau and was
assigned to locks overhaul .work.
He lived in Margarita for sever
al years and for a time was ma manager
nager manager of the Cristobal Gun Club.
He was also a member of the
BrazOs IBrook Golf Club ; and a
member of BPOE Lodge 1542. He
had been living on the Pacific side
for the past year. '.
He is survived by a sister, Mis?
Margaret Rodell, of Jerseyville.

After his return early this week,-

Mr. Kverson eiteren on a two

week tour of military duty. During

his absence. Norman Demers is

ma's diree'dr. i 4

Also entering on military duty

this week was John D. Honen

chief of 'the executive planning

Staff, and rHinng his absence.; Mr.

Burrow will-act as chief of .the
sfff.
Mr. Hollen holds the rank of
Commandpr in trie US Navy Re Reserves,
serves, Reserves, and Mr. Everson holdsJthe.

rank of Major, in the Air iorcei

Keserves. . 1

Anfflher Canal ofificial how a-

wav on duty is Joseph C Turner,.

treasurer of the Panama Canal

Company- He and his family sail

efd Wednesday for a vacation in

the States. He will return to duty
i it j i. ... i V .,

e?riv in 5eoiemDer.
During his absence, William, E.

Lundy will act as treasurer.

... '' .'1'..'.

LITTLtS U'

Panama Agriculture
Minislcr Praises
Point Four Mission

Don Stoops, who has- resigned

as deputy, director of Point Four

in Panama, was tendered a fare

well luncheon, bv the director.

Ralph R. WilL t the Union Club

on- Wednesday. Minister o Agcr-

culture, Industry and, Commerce
Victor Navas, took the occasion to
pay tnbu.e- toN Stoops and Point

Four( in general,, saying that the

technical' assistance extended to
Panama was responsible in great

measure for many improvements
in Panamanian' industry, especial especially,
ly, especially, asrioulture.. 1

"! Stoops, who. is to Serve as vice vice-president
president vice-president of the George Fry and

Associates, -management concutt concutt-ants
ants concutt-ants with Jieadouarters- in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, remarked thdt he had been

richly awarded by his experiences
in Panamar He said -these; experi experiences
ences experiences would be' jnvaluable.-to'him'
in his new job, which. although
private;1 was not unlike the1 tech

nical assistance programs m i its
concept. He felt-sure that so long

as JVorth, Americans and Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians made the effort to under understand
stand understand each. other's culjure, langu language
age language and customs, there would con

tinue to exist a noeo bond of

w oiyura r., jcsser, superm.
tenacnt of schools, who will award
the diplomas: Fo lowing the fare.
weU address, by Beverly Boyett
Dean Hackett will announce" the
name of" the student who has woa
tlas year's honor award, as Uw
student who has "contributed most
to the spiritual, intellectual, and
extracurricular life of the college".
; The Rev. Walker M. Aiderton, ul
the Gamboa Union Church, will
pronounce the benediction.
Mrs.:'ilelen Baker will- be th
commencement exercises;1 the so.
prano soloist will he IWrs rri

Webster,, who sung with the Junior
College Community Chorus.:

ine list of graduates- in tha
Class of 1958 lol ow: i t
'Margaret Louise Acker. Roland

J.; Aatigo A., Mrs. A, Joyce Baird,
Mrs, Consuelo A. Blake Hp Rakap

Beverly r.Patiicea Boyett, Wayni

vi. oiuwn, usmona k v-aa, losepl
L. Cicero;.'
' William T, Coffey, j'r., JUr?. Bet.
ty Jean Coxi Jay A. Cunningham,
Rodngo .Antonio de Diego, Jamel
Eugene Fitzpatrick, Grace K,
Fong L.,,Janyce Forbes, Ana Rosa
Gaudiano;, Mrs. Mildred Messer
smith Gray, Lee Fenton Greene,
Sal y ;, Marcella Harrold, .Gayle- C.
Hasemann, William Joseph Hat.
chelt, and Mrs. Rochells H. Head.
David Armstrog HilUard, .John
Patrick Jenkins,- Louise Elizabelb
Johnson,, Barry Hughes j Kenealy.'
Mary Terese -Libert, JElizabettl
Ann. Little, Linda .Lee Malone
Edwin- Clair Mcllvamfj' Rita Lya
Mecaskey, Vinicio A. 'MendenhaH.

Horacio E. Mendoza, Charles Mo.
rris,' James W. Morris; Elsa Isabel
Wavarrete, Robert G.;Orvis; and
' Ricardo Pinzon. Beatriz Pollerl
Perez O.; Bruc& A. Qumn; Loa A.
Rager,1 Carmen Mjercedes Smith,
Mrgaret Carole Stancook,! and Ju.
HoAnas Wright, s ., .'' -'

JC Baccalaureate

Service Set For

Sunday At 4:30

'The Rev. Edward J. Melvin. of

St.; .Mary's Mission in Balboa, w.ll

deliver the baccalaureate address i

rifext Sunday afternoon when the
Canal Zone Junior College holds j

he baccalaureate service in the

friendship between the two coun-lDiablo Heights -Theater,- The sePv-

trie. ', 4,J i !-

(Will called thp mutual assistance
urogram 'a "two-way -street'!, 'in
which North s Americans! and 'Pa 'Panamanians
namanians 'Panamanians boh benefited. He re
ferred to Stoops saying that, -when
he leaves, like anv. othe U.S. tech1 tech1-nician,
nician, tech1-nician, would take with him for
application elsewhere the rich ex,
periences obtained in Panama.

Navas, alluded to the technical

assistance program as symbolic

of some hing; bigger, name'v thf

respect that-evicts, wen.

ma ana the United States. Which

He declared would endure desnite

ocrssional indications to the con
trary. ,, , v- -1

ice. will beam at 4:30 o'clock,

. Mrs. Laveta Hilton will play
the Precessional and -recessiohal
as the 44 graduates enter and ieae
thf theater.
, Chaplain John Hollingsworih of
the U.S. Navy will give the invoi invoi-cation
cation invoi-cation and the Rev. Oscar W. 01 01-nn.v
nn.v 01-nn.v nf the Ralhear- Union Church.

will "pronounce the benediction. j
- During thp service' Mrs. Sylvia
Kietzman will sin two soprano!
n!os: Ritfood's "Be' Still. And.
Know That I am God,'? and Hvdn's!
"With Vprdure ClaH." f-om "The'
Creation", giyen earlier this mnmh

by. the- Canal Zone Junior, College'
Community chorus.

Because a man has to live with
himself; he should always be sure
he's in good company. ;:

Ike's. Plan Jo Boost Spending On Atom
Subs And Rockets Backed By Committee

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Appropriations Committee
voted yesterday to boost Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent Eisenhower's military spend
ing budget to $38,310,561,000 to1
provide extra funds for rbekets
and atomic-powered submarines.
While the committee ordered
some cuts in the President's de defense
fense defense program, it voted an over;1
all .increase of $113,614,000 in his
a 1 e a d y -stepped -. up military
spending plans for the fiscal year
starting Jviy 1. It said the world
Situation justified the increase.
The committee voted a $638,043. $638,043.-000
000 $638,043.-000 hike for the Navy to build
four more nuclear powered sub submarines
marines submarines to fire the Polaris 1,500 1,500-mile
mile 1,500-mile taTlist:c "mlssiler making a
new total of seven.

' It also approved an additional

138 million dollars for worlt on

the "Hound Dog," a supersonic

missile to be fired from B52
bombers at 'ground targets, and
for the Minuteman system, an A,r
Force, project to; develop a 5,000 5,000-mile
mile 5,000-mile solid fuel missile. r ;
The committee voted an extra
$81,918,000' to maintain th Army
National Guard and Reserves at
their present strengths, and $45, $45,-200,000
200,000 $45,-200,000 to forestall a 25,000-man
cut in the Marine-. Corps, i UZMi
-The committee rejected the
President's request for authority
to transfer up to two billion dol

lars in funds from one defense

program to another. This was a
key part of the President's Janu-

budget message.

this power was needed to permit

more flexibility in handling mili.

tary money. But it ran into

strong opposition in Congress

u'tw:- !'i,-;:'r'

which is jealous of its power ovor

the government s purse strings.
The committee said ample flex

ibility could 'be obtained without

the requested au hOnty, ;.' h

''V'.v'.W.iv'pN! Vi'; j,;-"." i ;! '-rt';, ( ;,
The committee- bill would pro

vide $17,317,775,000: for the A i r

Force: $11,042,210.000 r for the

Navy: f and $8.617.P6,000 for the

Army. It also carried $796,900,000

for certain 4nter-serVice activities

and 536,050,000 for the office ol

the defense secretary. ;
The $38,310,561,000 total was $3, $3,-810.711.000
810.711.000 $3,-810.711.000 more than was appro

priated for the current fiscal

la all, the committee orderec

arv

" the :adminlstrafiort SiTaMTinereasertotalinr $l,tr21,16l,W0- m

a variety of defense programs.

This more than offset $907,547,000

which it chopped from other sec
tions of the President's budget.

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