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ANSWERING' THE CAL WHundreds of Billy Graham's listeners, stirred by his vibrant elo -ouenceto
"glve yourselves to i Christ' answer his message by gathering around the rostrum
"on which the. evangelist standi In New-York' Madison, Square Garden Graham's ope9ln
night revival; meeting drew-. '.crowd of 18,500. ; . f . r-
Setback for $L-Hourly Claim,
Worker who are seeking $t-an-hour payment from the firm' of John V. CArter
- for loading scrap on the Japanese hip Fukusanj Mafu last March will have tfr file
new claims. A i ,, v, ; r t t .
3 These claims inus be filed' with the CIS Secretary ; of tabor through the office
- of the Administrator of the Wage and Hour and Public Contracts divisions of the Labor
1 i - 1 -'t-,. ' .'.
- Department, , P- w ,l ' 'VJ
; The new claims : mustipecifically request the US government to bring action
against Carter, ?The xlaims' the "workers filed with the Labor Department contain no
such specific request.' Without; It, .the .Go vernment cannot bring court action against
' Carter, on behalf of the workers. .. ""''
William Sinclair,, interna
tional representative lor ine
Amoriran Feoration of State
I ,'11 S.
Io cf U;e .. I
Carter r t t 1
Of about 6U cell's
his opinion the I
hour. ; V
1 that In,
ment is acting U o
this case. :
He said: "It is
longest oad to en
Ings against firms
:Fair Labor Stan.i.
"Because of this,
m urcrintr the US P
using x the
roe its rul rul-olating
olating rul-olating the
cis Act. "v;
castigate violating lams by sus-
CZ ponce .'ij
J The Canal Zone Tollce Asso Asso-"clation
"clation Asso-"clation said today that they are
fighting for an amendment
whiph would Protect their pay
' raises In a Senate bill dealing
with the implemen'
labor provisions of
US Treaty. '
the Association 6a s
his group Informed
ta counsel A.' M. I
iion of the
'he 1955 RP
: esident Of
i today that
v Siting Sen Sen-aucette
aucette Sen-aucette that
Sec. -203 of Senate diu ioou, u
passed as it stands, wouia cum cum-inate.the
inate.the cum-inate.the mandatory pay raise
for policemen, firemen, teacnerr
sn nnstal emnlovcs.
Faucette. who leaves the Zone
. nmnrrnw after comDletlng 9
Jact-finding mission for t the
Penate. Post Of lire and CiviJ
'Service Committep. met with a
group, of 40 people representing
U.S.-raie unions, ana civic ui
oanizationa last t ;rdav.
H. told Hatcher tr.at the !attf
riven him will t e included in
'his report to the fenate -Com
mittee,. r ... ''
Faueette1 said vefcterday p-h
felt he had been riven -"true
picture", of the 5 ation as it
exists In the Car Zone.:
. During his stay he also met
union leaders of r,rnCS citizen
US Has D: doped
To Cut 1 1 rds
F.' Llbby said t
States has devc
the potential h h-persons
persons h-persons far frr
of nuclear war.
tabby did not
sia, too,, ha.5
claimed some r :
staeed in such ?
Soviet test r f
;y 21 (TP)
' -clean" H H-i
i H-i "mlntmlzr
- esAt were
s to cut
t But t
Tel. Panama 2-095
pending their activities In the
Canal Zone until they comply
with rulinjrs Avhirh may be
ha"-""? f 1 '.me il:,.
j by Uit L&or Lnai Unent," ,,
The Court of Claims has ruled
that the $l-an-hour Federal Jj
minimunf wage law applies on
the Fukusan Maru job.
Sinclaie continued: 'If ;the
Labor Department is under the
Impression that using the long,
est road will -discourage the un-
Ions from fighting for the full
application of the Fair Laoor
Standards Act In the Canal Zone
they may have to think twice
The unions will be consistent. in
their demands- for fair play." vs
The news of the need to file
new claims came to Sinclair in
a letter from Newell Brown, ad administrator
ministrator administrator of the 1 Wage and
Hour end. Public Contracts Divi Divisions
sions Divisions of the Labor Department.
Sinclair urged all the scrap scrap-loading
loading scrap-loading workers who have al al--
- al-- ready filed their Sl-an-honr
claims to report to union head
In Culling Budgel g
. "WASHINGTON. May2t(UP)
--President Eisenhower today
formally cut his foreign aid
budget to $3,655,060,000 and
warned Congress that any fur further
ther further big reduction would "be a
"foolhardy'? gamble .with, Amer American
ican American lives - r.- i '
In a lighting defense -of his
foreign aid proposals, the pres president
ident president warned Congress that re reduced
duced reduced aid spending would mean
increased U.S. defense costs,
heavier draft calls and renewed
Communist gains abroad..
He stated his case la a special
Foreign Aid message to Congress.
Tonight' he Will follow it up with
a Radra-TV appeal to the na
tion.- eekh- public Support to
rY,rJr 4h nmrivnionii drlvp to'the ilkv voice of the -commercial
slash hi record peacetime spend- ssid. "Clt .40ur teeth with this,
ing plans. "GUve thUU jour cst-hell love
. Key support for the President 1 it," said another voice while a
came on the eve of his message, j pretty girt poured out a glass of
House Democratic Leader John! champaign,
McCormack Mase ta a teievl-l -The never -fall tar lubricant
sion interview, gave his unquali-' said a voice to illustrate a com com-fied
fied com-fied support to the full foreign nwrcial for a well kmwa beer,
aid reoiesk i The telephone started mjing
. "Whatever calculated risk we .is the Leeds studios f the Gran Gran-should
should Gran-should take with our eacurityjada television aetwotk and norri norri-should
should norri-should be taken on the side ofified technicuns found they had
strength and not weakness Mc-j failed to relate the voices of tie
Cormack said. ; icomrcerciali to the pictures.
They May Act
CHICAGO, May 11 CUP) A,
groun ef profetuonar lady driv rs
came forth todiy with this advice
to aome of their less proficient sis
teri of the sJring wheel.-
"Keep vour eye cpen and your
The National Safety Council eon-
currcd. but had tome nice tilings
to it sbout woraea. too,
AH rire of the men drirers
cuerud on safetr fft fw wb
h-ni cooeted in thia yttt'n Mo-
r ffnon!y rm.
I er i'ii Eucr.ansa el!owed
" L ,"ief the people know the truth and the
quarters at the Pacific Service
t enter to file new claims.
These new. r!l'. h -r .,
K.J -;;( LUiCitjiy tcq- t ,l
government to ta&e action a-
gainst Carter. ;
Murdered In Bed;
. Panama again woka up this
morning to hear news of an
other killinz committed by as
sailants, who thus Iax are un
The body of : Thomas D .. Pin
Chong, 61, a Jamaican grocer of
Chinese extraction who operat
ed a grocery jetore on iusto Aro Aro-rosemena
rosemena Aro-rosemena Ave.. Colon, was found
face up on his wooden bed this
morning by Colon detectives.
-The window of the bedroom
had been broken into and pa
ner drawer! and cartons Were
scottered all over the room in
which there obviously had been
a. struggle,. :
; Pin Cheng's body.'flad only in
his underwear., was bloody and
also showed signs of being In a
tT,iA0l n4 im fimtc0rs milk
not be found. t
Robbery la. believed to be tne
motive. : -" : : .
Pin Chonc iad been attacked
bv orowlers who broke into hi
room, next to tne grocery store
about 15 days ago. At that time
his attackers had fled after :
He had reDOTtedlr "bought an
exnensive revolver shortly after
wards. This.' too, could not be
found anywhere In the room by
detectives s1'--" '"
LEEDSk England llsy 2i UP)
Tu televuioa tcreen uasnea a
nioiura nf a uiceu!ent aauca and
Uke Women,lBut They Are
si 1 bow there are three things that
"drive me ertiy" about ieaaalc
drrvers. She listed tbem as:
Window shorrin? while drfviag.
Talking neediest ly, looking at
Putting en makeup behind the
Patricia 3ent, a stunt driver for
an auto thrill bow, ssid sJet
and highways are no place for
Thee aertimer-fr were coTicurr-
' ed m hy the r-'hrr ""-(t rin!
.' coir pttitors Jrs. M ji.'4 Alt-4
PANAMA, K. P TUESDAY, MAY JI 1957
Run Like Suez
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y., May
21 (UP) -Russia expressed com complete
plete complete support today tor Egypt'?
operation of the Suez Canal and
said it wished the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal were operated under the
France asked the united Na
tions Security Council to set ur
negotiations to end Egypt's solr
control 01 tne uuez uanai ano
to persuade the Cairo govern,
ment to conform- with" the six
principles approved for Its op operation.
eration. operation. Esrvot retorted that It already
was carrying out the principles
and affirmed Its readiness 10
submit disputes to the Interna
tional Court 01 Justice.
He said he saw no need for
reopening the Suez question and
that that- the Egyptian c a n a )
code, published .April ; 24.' was
just and reasonaDiev ;
"One might only express the
wish that navigation in 1 other
important International water waterways,
ways, waterways, such as, for example, the
Panama Canal, might be regu
lated on the basis 01 tne same or
similar principles," Sobolev said.
Kussia recenuyA piovcawju w
Washington that its ships were
being unduly searcnea ana epi
under dose survey wnue pass passing
ing passing through the Manama Canal."
The Notional Symphonic Or-
cnestra wu De neara agam iu iu-mnrrmo
mnrrmo iu-mnrrmo nleht at the National
Theater, in a gala concert to
honor of President ana Mrs. z-r-nesto
de la 'Guardia, jr. -,;
-This is theflrsfr of ; the' -1957
subscription series given by tne
National Sympnony. iror the past'
two years i.ncae concert sene3
have been piaying to select and
appreciable aucuences. anu ca ca-nat
nat ca-nat Zone residents are 1 coming
back to the National Tneater a
oiten as tney aid In past years.-
' Conaucvot heriei au 'eastro
has : carefully onosea the pro program
gram program lor tomorrow nlgnu. bee bee-uioven's
uioven's bee-uioven's Fourtn Sympnony -and
Mozart's concerto lor piano- ana
orcaestra in B tiat, major,1 will
be teaturea on tne program, two
pieces by urieg anu vue oeauu-j
iui ana auiicuit iurinas
cession'! oei .Hocio," will, be
nearu. A young ranamaman pi-
aaist, Mus Fiisciiia kiios,- wm
maae her aeout wiva tne orches
tra, piaying tne aaozart concer
to, Juisa 1 1103 is. one m uic uur
Stancung pupua ot the lnsutuu
01 music, anu cer teacneis, irS.
Asa kuiz de 1a Ouaraia ana
i-rof. nene nreues, uv
hopes in her talents. ;
President' and Mrs, de to
Ouaraia will he at the theater,
at snarp. and soon after after-waros,
waros, after-waros, conauwUr ue vasau wul
begin the concert. The ticket ofT
iic la openea irom X p-in and
rsurvaunna hut oe iuaue of
cainng tne Department of Fine
LOS ANGELES May 21 (UP)
when PhlliD Alderette. 15
montns 01 a, yowie, anu acieeCu-;
ed in imitation of his grand
mother's cat everybody thought
the performance pretty con
But Philip's feline charade
ended when he tried to go
through the cat's private exit
outdoors. Firemen freeo tne boy
from a small hole cut tn the
door of his grandmother's house
burr. Lor in Bell. Mrs. Marilys
Milier. Ina Mae Overman. Man Manse
se Manse Pagan, Mary Davis and Betty
Firm their comments it would
teem that women can be their own
But Paul Jones, director of pub pub-Be
Be pub-Be information for the Natxma!
Safely Council, said men are great
. 1 1 ... j j
er L'ghwtv hanrds. He adced.
lutwever. th cninn "cm he a
"U mi be
tn,,"' Jonot said,.i
camng we pxuicu "'l!piui who w,s reported missing
atu, teiephona 2-026B. up ,W t rerTim yesterday, returned to
country is $fe" Abraham -Lincoln
Cm 1 1 t ',,''" 1"' 1' J' ?,
NEW MISSILE The new Boe Boeing
ing Boeing IM-99 Bomarc's 1 ; vertical
launcher falls away as the in interceptor
terceptor interceptor missile's booster rocket
sends 1 it hurtling into the air
on a test flight at Patric Air
Force Base, Fla. Bomare waste waste-vealed
vealed waste-vealed to have a range capacity
"permitting, it to i snoot down
enemy aircraft at a far, greater
distance than any other missile
presently inruse in the air de defense."
fense." defense." ,' j :
V 1 i I VI
WASHINOTdN, May 21
(UP) Panamanian Ambassa
dor Rlcardo Arias and Roy R.
Rubottom. 'acting assistant Sec
retary of State, are .scheduled to
meet late today for a "broad sur
vey" of United States-Panama
nian relations,, v.h-4
; v Arias .told the e United Press
that he plans to hold a general
review of matters pertaining to
the implementation and interpre-
MIUUU Ol U1C ,103 WCttLjr umt
governs the 'relations between
the Panamanian government and
the United states. -..
v. He noted with satisfaction
- approval by the Senate yester-
, day ef a SLOOO.OOO administra administration
tion administration request for the Study of
- blaeprints for a kridge to spaa
'th Canatvv -."' : 4 -f
-11 was -rery pleased with the
Senate action that reinstated
the reauest." which: had earlier
hieen eliminated -by the' House,
the ambassador saidr
" An inmate of the Corozal Hos-
the hospital this morning.
i ne la LiUiuuiii uircs, un
JUncoln R. Lynch who was de
clared Insane on Dec 13. jm
while awaiting trial on an at
tempted burglary charge.
A bed check at .10 p.m." re re-vealed
vealed re-vealed he was missing, and i
was cresumed by the authorities
that he went over the fence. An
immediate search', was made of
the area and the highway, but
this proved futile.
Greaves was a trusty, a n
sleot in an ooen ward. No ex
planation was given for bis over
Safer Dr tiers
"that wbea a woman sticks her
hand ut the car window it means
only one thing tha$ the window
is onen. " .'
'She may be panting tt a hat
in a shop window, waving at a
girl friend or drying her fm?en)ail
polish instead of giving a stop or
"But nine timet out of wheo
yott ee a car jacrDDiung oow
the street, weaving to and out of
triff.r hiirtiiBf MP the ftPEIway
or cl: finer capers, uis oriver
CTHK POLITICAL erouri known
as tbd "Third Position'' today
urged the opening of a ''national
opposition front" in a-manifesto
issued in the light of the present
bickerins in the ranks of the Na
tional patriotic Coalition (CPN).
t The, group listed nine points
as the basic objectives for the
formation of the opposition
front. Topping the list was the
promulgation of a democratic
Reiterating its opposition to
the governments which come
out of the CPN, the Third Posi Position
tion Position also listed among its objec objectives:
tives: objectives: .
- A nationally-integrated elec
s torai ; tribunal, a minimum
1 wage) more sources of employ employment,,
ment,, employment,, solution of the educa educational
tional educational problem along practical
Mines, reorganization of the ju judicial
dicial judicial organ, immediate solu solution
tion solution of the public health prob--lem,
lower living costs, cheap-
er housing and a final airing
'of the 195S Juan Franco assas-
A At. t.wn npwsnanpn com
mented today on the fact that
there are at least 100 millionaire
coffee magnates attending the
American .coffee Federaloa eon-,
ference being held at El Panama
and not one Panamanian among
them, K 1 1
Panama students observed Cu Cuba's
ba's Cuba's Independence nay last night
by calling on the government to
sever relations with the govern government
ment government of president Fulgencio Ba-
l.lll. in aiui Ana Pia-
z&. t :,
President Ernesto de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia yesterday instructed acting
Public Health' minister Oavina
Sierra Gutierrez to -reject all re requests
quests requests from private Individuals
lor the use of government equip equipment
ment equipment designed for use in digging
wells ia the Interior. --:
The t President's instructions
were in relation to publications
regarding the use of government
equipment ana employes to aig
wells, on private property;
NEW YORK. !May 21: (UP)
The Mutual Life Insurance- Co.
of New York today reported a
policyholder, had named what
the company considered a uni unique
que unique beneficiary in his will. The
policyholder wrote that he war
so pleased with the company's
service that n is oenenciary
would be the Mutual Life Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Co. of New .York.
MILWAUKEE. May 21 (UP)
Police said Floyd R. Caethwont
be 1 using nis jour uciceis 10
the police and firemen's base-
iiL 11-- .k. i-vt. .u,.iti hi turn veani in the pen!
the week end.. ;
SOLEMN MOMTXT In Washington, Ret. Daniel K. Wahl
kneels in prayer before the atatues of Abraham lincoln In the
Lincoln Memorial as thousands of persons gathered there to
pray for "racial Justice" and elvfl right le relation to pro protect
tect protect America s minorities. The rally marked the third annl annl-vrsry
vrsry annl-vrsry of the Supreme Court decision bannig school segre segre-gatioa
gatioa segre-gatioa .. ." ,"'
0 m Bay
. j.iim ruiiuiiiu wunur iiiuiucu up unmncj recgra punr
day when a total of 40 ships transited the Canal.
; As far as records show, this is an all-time high for
total number of ships going through in 'one day,. not
counting the war years. "f-
There were 34 commercial vessels over 300 tons, ona
ocean-going government ship, and five small vessels-un
der 300 tons making the Canal transit Sunday;
A total of 30 ships transited J
the Canal on October 26.-1934,
Which was the previous record
for peacetime years,
Ori that iAf there were 58
ocean-going ..vessels over. 300
tons;, and one small: ship under j
300 tons making, the transit,
On Sunday there were 31 lock lockages,
ages, lockages, through Pedro Miguel and
Miraflores Locks,, and 30 at Ga Ga-tuh.
tuh. Ga-tuh. (Several ships are put
through the locks at the same
time, if they are small enough).
Of USS Nautilus
On CFN Toni
! The ; commander of theU.S.S.
Nautilus Cspt. Eugene P.-Wd-tnson
will tske part ta the CFN
Panorama show tonight over tele
vision, and radio. M '" ;
I Capt. Wilkinson wul appear to together
gether together .with several members of
his crew at 6-15 pm. AJormer
Balboa resident,-Alan Lewis, will
be on the program n a crew metn metn-her
her metn-her of the nuclear powered sub submarine,'
marine,' submarine,' CFN announced through
Headquarters, U.S.Army Canb-
. u-.-JL ;..im
r me snow is oems jhuc
ftroueh the cooperation of Head-1
ijuarters, 15th Naval District.
Charge Of Mailing Bottled Liquor
.-For the first time In the me memory
mory memory of old-time Canal Zone
residents, a charge of malum
Intoxicated Uquor has beer
brought against a Zone resident
The charge a leiony puman
Soldier Who M.
Feel Rciu)l8d ;
In Good Condiiion
Pfc. Prank M, Caputo, the
los his feet as a result ot a train
accident last Friday U in "good"
condition today in the Coco Solo
Hospital. 1 ,-X ;
' ""Accorcuui! to Army oi.-ciai..'
was -laxen oil ui, senousiy ui
and Is described as doing well,
. Caputo 's right foot was amou-
fofal of Bnlr, and nart. nf
his left foot which was severed
above, the ankle when a train
ran over It, also had to be
- The ? 1-year-old Ft. Davis
soldier wastrylng to board a
moving train at the Colon Sta Station
tion Station shortly after noon on Fri Friday
day Friday When he apparently lost his
J .n. ..nJ.. (1. fp.fn
KiiM nimicii uiiuci wiv Md-ux
, He was given emergency treat treatment
ment treatment at the Amador Ouerrere'
Hospital and then transferred
to Coco Solo where an operation
Caputo Is with Headquarters
CO.. 3ra eaipauon gi ina m
f 1 1
was filed today against Paralse.
housewife. Julia E. Speid. 4i. ;
The Panamanian defendant
faced the Balboa Magistrate for
allegedly mailing a package
which contained a bottle or
iwifh m nn tr
o,vwa v.v -
Mrs.: Delclta Henry In Hewlitt
Harbor. New York. ' ;
vmui mmm -
woman taiwa n hww
Hhcwfh the KM the ether i
thnad the MrtM 4cbraiM.
Ska Muf the eackat was a it to
. Liquor is among the Items list listed
ed listed in the Canal Zone code si be being
ing being unmailable. The statute
which dates back to 1909 also
includes "splritous, vinous, malt malted,
ed, malted, fermented or other Intoxicat Intoxicated
ed Intoxicated liquors -of any kind" as being
unmailable. .- -1
- . .. -. 1
V After waiving a preliminary
heating, the- defendant was
bound over for trial In the U S.
District Court at An coo. She wit
released on her own FecocQ
-.j a mmt fl
the case. ,
Canal Zone detectives couw
not remember this statute beinf
violated for at least 20 years.
Trade Winds Send
'Mayflower IP 5
ScMMma Along -v
LONDON, Miy XI (UP)-Tr "t
wiDa fiileJ the sails of te
MsTfloarr II todiy and er.t tva
replica of the pilgrim shp ru-i-dingi
out of the- mid-AU-.V.e
Capt. Al Vifliem reported tv
radio that the Mayflower co f 1
57 miles ia 14 hours, after a e
almost becalmed reteea Ci
Csnary M Axore isUni.
Tb ib'p, ea rou'e f--i 7'.
mouth, Eoeland to fivmn-
Mits ( fOmmerr"' t- rr j.
ml -uTr. wt r ft
four Bvi ia tha i -".
1 H i
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MAY M, 195T
' THE PANAMA AMERICAN
: ' tVNw'ue evaLISHS rr TUB PANAMA AMMICAN MUM IMC.
rOUNOID BY NLON ftOUNSCYBU. IN lB
' hahmooio AftlAe. eoiroe
. 17. H nKT O. BOK l4. PANAMA, ..
- TCUFHON S-0740 S LlNt ", ....
Cabli abdremh panambwican. Panama
fm na Offici. lt.T7 a 'Central Avcnui iitwun IStm and 19tm trntm
reMiaN RCPftCKNTATIVKa. JOSHUA POWERS. INC.
' . S4B MADiaon Avr. New York. I7 N. V. ,:
' 104AI Wt MOIL
NUIWM M ADVANCt 70 i ..SO
Foe aix Moma. in advanci a. 80 is.oo
' roe ONI VAa. tM ADVANCE IS.SO 84.00
And ; .-. .. v-i
THIS II YOUK FORUM THI REAPERS OWN COLUMN
4TH MAIL BOX
; ATTENTION: PANAMA MERCHANTS
:-'C'k This should rightly be addressed to the merchants of Pan Pan-jUQt
jUQt Pan-jUQt city, but since 1 don't know how to reach them, I flope
"SSnWSf S SlK how to run their business X
. r .:.Tz. tn .miirt eet mine. If they want
JFLwm r,VM .,r itth7Tnan f want to buy from
nu me to bufrom 7 Tnls altitude of "there it is. take
It or leave it," is too foreign, for my blood.,
Vy I am .till in Texas. One morning Ijj I
not stand that old mattress any ;h t oit
. ft? M-sa asir5
it will come ine same nay j --,
,nan described it game decisloni pi k up the phone
Wrturn Vihe green pages, dial a few number. ana
the torv takes a different turn.
t flnnllv An-
iruswuuug """?.-- -v.; ,, w-ii h next
matbicao nibci ----
iiinvw ... it l wAitraH an
clde I don't need a VeT about that mattress, so
morning I know I must do w"wn a(taln, xWa time
I take my temper in cue wnw(.vef the nhone is n-
swered ;ebodyf,0fi0meone who does. Eventually I am
she'll see if he pan find someone wno o. d .t ppen
told what kind of double bVd size. Call again, they
td have any iiyiw
say. in a week or two. .. the verge
After my husoana comea Tn hind and we drive over
ouTountrV the telephone book ta fwog-
just the company's f ue ". store.
Wodgh the cuy, trying to find the ffX policeman.
are usvea ,.'4V,n. i' onlv the street sign w
Sure enoughjthe street to there it s omy in eU
-"H 1 habouht aVattressndw.
otiore me aay 7"tJi hnt if we have, it was sinewy
may apt have been so lortunate. h we hav wimngnes8
" ;m utter oi our ob
tojbe good reuows feelin that we
At. nn rime ao wc --
; At no reliable dealer. That comes omy
lytmaae a guua uy - there- are some ex-
frpm a good I f nces 4ere I loy shopping to
-JWS.S M I be been ab
. defeated feeling.
land of the free certain trucks
were not permitted to enter the
Fulton Market,. after the long
drive irora uassachusetts fishing
Thii mean! that the fish had
AY l I !..,
Everybody. is so ranK consxiuu. k5r TheyJ didn't be trucked ell the way
someone they want to W".'"-"wiV iireadv know thaj. beck. They'd ret. A little dig-
But thet do want to on "7"? thTbottbrn, as many young
all want the one wno i w -n- jyj- Ma sbelU. '. :
collect high-ranking friends as U fe Midships formed. The
.Hil?MteeWjS of theV husband's supe-
-romeu wu --":;-v. "-. tv. s.r envious ana jb-"
Tlors don't rauy .- - j have the J0D
underneath and feel that their husnanawuia
this stupid's ynmMBv ; "erawUng
mWuu-r t .r
rinrI Hon't really like them.
ana ic v
i woman's a
led .on nas a P"'""' r ,,vtnJr about
sister, but "he Ooemiw j,, t0
beins fawned .on naa
She U after Digger game "Z.V .rCA ,hen vou are new,
the Governor's house, mo v R" -7
it's not funny. --nnle down here, but most of them
boring. Do they .ever talk about "yini -one me t
don't hyae a J'
should have one ;::,--0" blin(ii etc.
re lazy, mcompcujuv,
ThU letter is to I Am rmpM' MMn In In-who
who In-who have been writing in about the teenage eiuo. m
WWwKo?w& mind your own buslneu Just
beeauS"oS didn ThavTa club when you were young you want
tS-'SSSS deed a clt
mJKSsg any Wi? SLSS
nobody but teenager bu. IZ.h.
xcept the clubhouse ana mere are w i.?,!. 7 ni -i..
We want a place where we can go on j tta
i ,hckn or lust sit around and "chew the fat
ZZSUStZ&hicta iown our neck... .80 it you don't
v... rinh when you were youne give us a break and. let u
Charles T. Dentea
' have one.
, What', the "que pasa?"
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By VICTOR RIESEL
At fifst it seemed that ex
vict "Socks" Lanza, mighty mol
lusk of the fametf uaou fun
Market. ;n New York weietiinii in
at pounas, was cnamp w nu
circle, because he had the d i s s-unclion
unclion s-unclion of being the only hood in
America to snake down a Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union.
XMow it appears that this was
only a minor achievement. 'Tor:
two years now. Lanza, whose re
cent parole has scandalized New
rorK, aas oeen standing ou gov
ernors, state investigators, reuer-
all and 4 $200,000,000 national
fishing industry. He has thumbed
his nose at even some of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's closest friends.
While on parole, Socks has trou
bled some mighty valuable fish fishing
ing fishing waters.
xhis so outraged Christian Her-
ter. now Assistant Secretary .- of
State, then Governor of Massa
chusetts, that he decided to come
to the rescue of usnermen in nu
own state. These men have been
going down to the sea since the
uays imcnignt ou came .iron
whales. v; ..
The Geverner swung inte ae
tlen when he learned that his
state' VH).000,000 fishing Indo.
trv was being shaken down by
the self-eppemted protectors of
the Futten Fish Market,- the
world's biggest consumers' out outlet,
let, outlet, to wrtich the Bay State fish
ermen had to sell to survive.
Aides of the Governor told him
that particular fish truckers had
to be usen and that a special ter
ror tax of from $50 to S2.000 per
load nao to oe paid or ine uucks
would be turned Dace trom me
market. The men of Lexington
and Concord hadn't fought for
this sort of civilization so, in dip
lomatic terms, Mr. Herter wrote
to his friend, then N.Y, Attorney-
General JaeK javits, now u.a.
Senator, on March 23, 1955
"Dear Jack: I have recently re
ceived from. .(two aides) c e r-
tain very disturbing allegations
with respect to the handling of
fish at the Fulton Market in New
York City. Since Massachusetts
supplies a considerable portion of
the fresh fish for that market,
these allegation, are of very zeal
conceri to us.
Would it be possible to as
sign anyone from' your office to
look into this situation? (My two
aides) would be glad to come to
Mew York to discuss ine maner
with whomever you might see fit
te assign to this task.
"I hope you will not think I'm
presumptuous in this mstter. .
With warmest regards, most sin sincerely,
cerely, sincerely, Christian Herter."
Mr. Herter awes came into
Panama. But there r "y aTohVve
to find.) I may have a mattress, nuv; ocMec u
.defeated feeling. .merlence alone.
Now I don't think t"" "nts of Panams should
VP:X PwSdan?lt thrill you th,ey
aciae wey w wu ---- d demand a aecent wie-
should one day take things to 2'. campaign?
K have to go back to Texa. BthBj,Mpeakmg Tex : l
. 4 v 7'tr-v "-ff -t-y'f'jsentatives -reported that in thi s
DtAt bit; j
( .. tmrmths but
' X have only been BJSi,tiTtand It long ou to
im wondering If we will be able; to tna, a rl?n things
that reaUy 'feU under iny skin as won as you meet
dont as how mucn 5 :x not.
it tney ao wni. v v," .t the bottom, as many you
. It your husband s .tarting nX the botw anythinj.to
men must in.. "v'-r 'tVtmT mffee. or teas. Tney
ith you. They aon 1 ass -yvu w "r -j Km .nd they
. II Mil I ,.V. I III -i-'iv'"'
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By B BIW BIARIOjL
WASHINGTON GOP Congress
man Sam McConnell is a Philadel
phia investment banker who also
serves on the House Labor an d
Education Committee where : he
tries to do a conscientious job for
all the public.
He has just returned from 'a
trip through four Midwestern
ststes at his own expense,,, The
purpose: To learn, the true facts
about the nation's need for school
McConnell agreed to cut 1500.. :
000,000 from the proposed cost.
The Education Committee later
concurred by a vote of 23 to 3,
with Udall of Arizona. (D.). Green
of Oregon (D.), and Nicholson of
Massachusetts (K.), holding out
for the full $2,000,000,000.
In New York
BROADWAY BY NIGHT
ne by the autherlties revealed
that see toad earning in front
ether states by truck, or beat,
was net baing discriminated
gainst. This cargo, tee, had. e
terror tea imposed ed M by the
Fishing beat captains fold the
euthoritiea that this was the
toughest market in the country.
They frequently felt they'd rohV
er destroy their cargo than try
te sell, it in Socks Lanza's terri territory.
lliev often would have to leave
their fish on the dock, where, it
would be sold while they were
Dioueulnfi back through the wa
ters for another catch. When they
returned, they'd be told lust how
much -they'd have to take -tor tne
And they'd have to take it re
gardless H what the price might
be iu other markets as reported
in what the government ana ue
fishing industry reler to as a Fed Federal
eral Federal "blue sheet, a listing of
prices issued regularly.
bmce uus nsmng ousmese u
interaute. Mr. Java's office turn
ed it over to tne Anu-irust urvu
sion of the Justice vepu ana so
advised Mr. Herter on May 4,
1955. The Justice Dept. then dis
patched some of its people to
Boston, xneir reports are secret.
but U caa be presumed that they
corroborated what Gov. Herter
aide, had told him. month, ear
But the clam must be the sign
of the rrrotectorate." Of course
few would talk openly. So the si
lent "shake" goes on nndisturbed.
And tt mignt cave eonumiea 10
add still more to the price of flsb
in the big town and the heartsick heartsick-ess
ess heartsick-ess amonc cood fishins people
Heverywbeie if the Socks Lanta
parole scanoai naanT nrosen.
Now the Federals, Including, of
course, the FBI are swarm ire in
a (kin. V. Attorney Paid Wll Wll-Hama
Hama Wll-Hama has 10 grand juries availa available
ble available and one of these caa be ex expected
pected expected to probe the fish rackets
to see whether the filleting ef the
citizens pockets can be stopped
before the public is picked dean.
Faces m the Crowd: I a e k i e
Gleason making his presence
known to "tardy journalists at El
Morocco with .coops that read;
"Como: 88.7. .Gleason: 2.0".
Milton Berle amusing cab-drivers
at 57th end 6th with sidewalk
shennanigans.' .Martha Wrieht.
of the musical shows (a new par parent),
ent), parent), sunning her baby along East
nd Avenue. .Sir Ralph Richard
son and her Ladyship (Meriel
forDesj. wno stsr in. "ine waltz
of the Toreadors. erabellismniz
tne swank at The Colony. .Licia
Albanese, a Metopera Queen for
16 years, reporting that she opens
uaii riUCIBIVCI,uu JU l 1)1-
ra n dot Scot. 17. j ,111 Match
"Mr. $64,000") faking; a smile to
disguise his agony from an im
pinged nerve. .Emperor Haile
Selassie's grandson (Sampson Ba
yers) jilting his Columbia U n i v
homework to join Calypsociety (at
LeCupidon) with a pretty bru brunette.
nette. brunette. '.Persian Room star1 Mar
garita Sierra at Lindi or Reu
ben, around 3 a.m. for her .up
per. Steak potatoes, -strawberry
she explain., "overcome my in insomnia.''
somnia.'' insomnia.'' v-;';.. ; ..
Sallies In Our Alley i The stay-
up-lates were discussing the Frank
Costcllo shooting mystery. ."Cos-tello,"-
said one, "has had a very
unhappy time of it since the Ke-
fauver investigation"." ."Almost
as unhappy," said a wag, "as Ke-
fauver. .Charlotte Rao of "Li'l
Abner" wii reading about- mil
lionaire T. Manville making "Fol
lies" girl Pat Gaston .his 10th
bride. ."Who,' inquired a chor
ine, "stood up for her?". . ."I
assume," uid Charlotte, "her ac accountant!"
countant!" accountant!" v
Memos ef e Midnlghtert The od oddity
dity oddity in the Tommy Manville Pat
Gaston marriage: She didnt have
te marry him foe money. Her
father, sa Oklahoman, is financial financially
ly financially set .The irony about Richard
Avedon Inheriting Milton Greene's
role as Marilyn Monroe's special
photographer. Aveden is wed to
the ex-Mrs. Greene. .' .Politaker
Geo. Gallup! dghtr' becomes Mrs.
James McLaughlin, TJ in June. J
Laurea BacaU kept her pledge not
to write about her marriage to H.
Bogart. She rejected a mag's of
fer of $25,01)0. .The Las Vega.
Tropicana wrote off Eddie Ush
er's gambling debt for $7,000. Fish
er was driving manager M. Siack Siack-stone's
stone's Siack-stone's -caddy when it wa. wreck
ed recently. .Dorothy Shay, the
chic Hill-Hilly star, may elope
wun ouionaire onara uuggnes.
. .It's a Boy for the Cy Waters.
. .The Join itoosevelts nave inti
mates wondering why she plan, a
auio jHMiuay in ureece.
A Bepster Flips Chick,, you're
toe much. Just no kind. Serf
ef Dark Greenie. You're Solid.
The moif. All The Way. R e a
Craay Beanie. You're a Golden.
Horn. A 12-string Fiddle. You
leave rfie Wat. You'r a Glllas
piai Tuna. A Besie Stems. Yau
are e ent lose Bet. .Yeu're,
uarK Biue Lignrs. Laiy fink
Cloud. Easiest te Dig. You're en
Orangw Coataa. Four inch
Cuffs. Ral, Real Big, .' '. Yeu
make me Flip, You're ten Large
Sticks. Baby", You're Wild.
Tee, .Too bone. A Hi peter'
Choice. Man, Mansfield's mild I
.Just keep Going. Don't nev never
er never stop. Pep's got e hit. .Let s
bun the Preach. We'll give him,
Two. .Chick, let's Make its -Ai
Cooper.- ,Y ,.
Times Square Circle: L a u r 1
Ames and one of the Harmonica
Rascals are unknotting. . .Lucky
nerre, 01 en an tootsy uenevieve
Brando one-time fiancee. Jo-
sanne Marlnanne Berenger, is the
Big interest of singer Andre rhu-
lippe. He's being divorced by ac
tress busan Harruon. . ..artha
Kitt, who bought a town house
here, decided to be the landlord,
Split the handsome edifice up into
a dozen sou. &ne aweus m tne
New York Springtime: The
charming -inferno along the Hud-
ion River Highway ignited by
lire-red geraniums. .The delicate
miracle of a blade of grass
piercing the earth. .Central
Park's brilliant yellow fire after
an explos cr. of iorsythla. .Rock .Rockefeller
efeller .Rockefeller Plaza's technicolor array
of .tulips. .Dawn', pink, d u k
shimmering. .The Madison Ave.
shop featuring "Fig Leaf Pan Panties."
. Cast ef Characters: Res Rus
sell, star of "Auntie Mam,"
getting hit en the head by e
descending curtain, but wouldn't
stop bowing first stage role in
ever 20 years. .Actor Guy Vin Vincent,
cent, Vincent, sentenced te prison for gold
smuggling, distinguished himself
es a member ef the French Re Resistance
sistance Resistance The Nails tortured
him. .Marry Fahrney h.s a
paid-in-full memo from the, Tax
Dept. and can start flinging
money around like water again.
. ; -Author Philip, Wylie (hie
best-seller i "The Innocent By Bystanders")
standers") Bystanders") in our midst te ex exploit
ploit exploit it His grim quote: "Don't
ever think ef writing unless
you're w'liing te spend most ef
your life alone." -v; -j
:" -vfawi ?1 smwit? hi
Broadway Owl bJanis Paige.
original leading lady of "Palama
uame," decided not to sue t h a t
hit's author over his new book.
"Say,1 Darling. .Bert Lahr will
get a Life cover. .A. C. Soector
sky. author of "The Exurbankies"
(the best-seller jibe at Madison
Avenue hucksters), is now ad di
rector for Playboy mag.. .Mil
ton Berlo is confabbing with
Frank Loesser about v a B'wav
musical. .The Max Kohimars'
sudden splituation ha. midtowner
flabbergasted. They hear he -may
re-marry hi. ex-wife. Jt's a Girl
for the Roger Gimbels. .Connie
Hilton (nit-re of The Hilton) Kim-
beriy, popular with the Hollywood
star-crowd (he's owner of Klee
nex), is being urged by Wisconsin
neighbors to run for McCarthy's
vacated senate seat.
' Sounds In the Night: At s The
Composer r- "She hi. new oceu oceu-passion".
passion". oceu-passion". .At Peter's Backyard:
"Of course I'm listening. What
didja say?". .At Laurels C. C:
Is he rich?-He sells combs to
visiting Italian movie actresses!"
.At voism: "The old story.
He's Yale X. She's El Morocco
57". .At Reuben's : "among
the many thing, that aren't- like
they used to.be is Me! ".-At For
est Hills Inn: "Do you read ma many
ny many of the Broadway e 0 1 u m-
nlsts?". ."No, I watch em all
on TV." x
The Late Show: "Beau 'James."
Bob Hope's next picture (about
James J. Walker. ex-Ma vor of
N. Y.), arrives at the Astor next
McConnell returned mere con convinced
vinced convinced than ever of the urgency
f Federal school aid, despite
the U Chamber ef Commerce.
"I'm an investment .banker,"
McConnell confessed to this'Scol-
umn, reucainng mat most invest investment
ment investment bankers oppose Federal aid
on the grounds that it would rob
them of school-bond underwriting
"I guess I'm a conservative, and
I'm a lifelong nepunucan. out
simnlv don't aeree with the U.S.
Chamber's interpretation of the
figures on the nation', need for
'There's a real shorts ae. out
one of a specific nature.. You have
to understand that."
L ''' ,;:;i' Y1'.' ,-Y';;,'',;': ''''";,
The place where school, are
needed most, he explained, is in
the suburbs, close to big cities,
In such areas, population h a s
swollen in recent .years, but
school construction hasn't kept
pace. The suburb, lack adequate
tax revenues to build schools,
chiefly because' they don't have
taxpaying factories within- their
"Logically they should get help
from their state government," Mc-
conn ell continued, "and in many
case, the states are helping. But
there are other cases where con
stitutional restriction, make state
"For example, some state, have
a limit beyond which they're not
allowed to borrow money. Consti
tutions just don't get "adjusted in
me minutes, it', hard to get them
x N.E.AS COLD FEET
McConnell considers it urtrent in
build schools immediately, before
ine growing crop of school age
mas rescues nign .cnooi.
"ir xney get a Dad start," warns
the Congresmsn, "they may be
ruined for the rest of their Uvea.
even if we eventually succeed in
getting the school shortage ironed
Following his trip to inspect
scnooi DUllQinss m nhio. Inrl ana
JMissoun and Iowa.v McConnell
made an impassioned nlea behind
ine ciosea doors of the House Ed
ucation Committee. A i
Be begged' his colleagues to hark
the Federal aid bilL desiite the e e-conomy
conomy e-conomy hysteria now disrupting
Congress. - .4 . w
few day later, representa representatives
tives representatives ef the National Education
Asociation got cold feet, celled
en McConnell te suggest thet
the proposed five-year expendi expenditure
ture expenditure be lowered from the $2,000,
000,000 already agreed upon. The
NEA wa worried that the ace
nomiiers would reject the bill.
TVaaaiim, KmnrM arv Y A a 9 m
Humphrey's M. A. Hanna Compa-
ny is aooui 10 anars ui auoiner
ffAVtfnmmt aiihcidv. .Thia nna : Km ..:r
for 17.200.008 for building a com
bined ore-carrier and tanker." ,r v
The Hanna combine will tlis
benefit from a $2,900,000 "trade-
in" on a converted C-4 cargo shin
of wartime vintage.
The Hanna Company was head-
ed for man years by Secretary
Humphrey, and when he jomed
the Cabinet he did not sell has
stock. 4 x .'
i : r i -.
Congressional committee have
been threatening to investigate a
possible contact of interest irom
tne fact that Humphrey has bene-
mea irom various government
transactions. i ri
The present government hand-, t
out, totaling ever $10,800,000, will -be
paid by the Maritime Admin Administration
istration Administration te Ore Transport, Inc., v
a company partly owned by the
Hanna Coal and Ore Corp., the
National Steel Corp., which
Humphrey control, ' Wheeling
Steel, Yeungstewn Sheet end
Tube, end Aunce Steel., )
These companies; together with
Republic Steel, are jomtly.- devel
oping the fabulous lron-oie depo deposits
sits deposits of Labrador and Quebec, s v- ?;;
They .will use the new combina-
tion ore-carrier and tanker, to car
ry iron ore from Seven isles.' La
brador, to Baltimore and Philadel
phia durmg tne summer. ;,
in winter, wnen northern .ea.
are frozen, the new ship will car- ';
ry oil along the sunnier southern
route.. mi :h:
The combination ore-carrier and
.nil Mm 1V M9 tJ.M-.. v
ever.oJncIe Sam wiU bear 56 per
cent of the expense, so Ore Trans-1
port Inc. will get its fleet addition T
for a mere $8,000,000. i;" : r- ;
Theoretically, the government 1
subsidy is paid to.-permit V, S.
shipyards to survive against the
competitioh of foreign shipbuild
er. with lower, labor costs, ..j,';1.
' Eyebrows will be raised by
J 4 -1 I iL : ..
ma araiinr aeai. nwrnori. d-
cause U.S. snipyares are tnriv-
ing on er! -r ru!"::-f from the i,
Sues Canti t- s. .3 it
' They're fully occupied building
tankers, but despite this the Ma
ritime Administration now propos proposes
es proposes to pay a $10,000,000 subsidy to;
an ore shipper closely identified
with the Secretary of the. Treasu
month.":. .'"My Fair Ijrfv" jW.
er Kosemnrv Gainea married nr
Alimony juocano the other Bo-ma-
unee. .Pamela Dennis, blonde
songstress at The Latin Quarter
and Decca j)ianist Bill Butler
certainly Are. .George Murdock,
a irucjune tycoon oi Atlanta, u
called the "biggest tipper" Mia
mi Beach haa been since Cuban
sugar kiug Jorge Sanches. Been
handing out J00j fall over town. .
Grace wiU never make his June
8 premiere in Central-Park with
his leisurely approach. He has no
buudmg m progress and no eaat-
mg tor the nrst snow ''Rosalie." ry'. on. May 8.
p Congressman .Carroll Kearn., :
Republican, once got a phone call
from Harry Truman, Democrat.
The latter was then President of ,f
the United States. . v ).::.v i
1 "Hsppy birthdsy," said P re. i i-dent
dent i-dent Truman, Democrat, to C 0 n- 1
gressman Kearns, Republican. -v"
How did you know it was my s
birthday?" asked ..Congressman
Kearns. . .5
tt t i .1 : l.t. L V i r
. A Was UMVUKU IUB UUUft J
to see whose birthday was next?
to mine," said Truman, "and Y
found you were one day ahead of :
me,. y ,. ,ij ..t7j,.'fc-.v .-.:".
Next day, Congressman Kesrns ;
telephoned the White House to con.
...1 & DM Mam i.J
since then each has congratulated
the other every year, except 1955
when Harry forgot to wire Eearns,
and apparently this year, when
Truman again torgot. '
Kearns' birthday is May 7, Har-
You Never Leave Home
i" ; Si By BOB RUARK Z
CHAPEL" H3LL. V.C. If. not
true that you caa t come home a-
gam. - --,
This is being typed in the Phi
Kapps Sigma house, where I
learned most of my more plea plea-ant
ant plea-ant bad hahits between 1831 and
1936, and very little seems to nave
ci-angea except my aauiine. -It'a
factastic how very little the
kids chance from the group of
ruffians I was raised in. The coeds
are still pretty and the bar is
stU active. And the hospitality is
a roust excessive.
Bight now I should be down
stairs in the basement necking
a'-d-drinking room, but the boys
are having a party, the bandy
rikebox is blaring Elvis, and I
hsveat got a date anyhow. ..
1 return le the scene of the
crime as a philanthropist. My fra
ternity brotJiera who were not
bora w). i thumbed my way out
of town, faxe Dick WhittingUm on
at way L London nave fullered
scboU sties Uy due to the oecessity
ef surer er running around the cor corner
ner corner for iee. So 1 have become a
live dtJiverea umo unooi
may ttudy more, and it will breed
more muney, because the -Kappi
A'ptus across the street are thirs
ty, too and need ice. The profit
lncent-ve u never bad when you
rte piaying pmianthroptst.
It is nly very strange hew
uiue races change in a quarter
f-mury. a group picture snapped
in 1934 wuuid generally resemble
ue.uas aruund the campus. And
m coeas,-wno au seem te wear
sburta these days, are still clear
etrtxr copie of all the girls you
were is kve with.
The music basal "changed at
t! except for the rock 'a' roll
icHutnce. -." .-.
Most of the stuff that Sinatra
s'xgs are rr rival of the music 1
btnight fur the fraternity sense
ween I wss its cultural chairman
-all tne stuff that Bine aincs.
Diat alia linn ..I k., r- r-
- h ui.. vvi wa
ter, George Gershwin, Rodgers
sod tiar and Harold Arlea wrote
bick in th days when there
easat .ny Elvis and melody and
wvrm wire uBDonant.
The campus is just a inn
and the kid still cut claaaea ta eo
out t Spai-ow'. Lake and the
The professor hold up rem ark -.K'y.
PhuUips Russell, who taught
ae a precious thing or two, has
rmmed Us eyebrows and mus mus-ache
ache mus-ache ana teems generally young young-sr
sr young-sr thaa when he wss 'losing
weight trying to interest ma in
unsplit inhnitives. -. -.-
Of course, the aonrentire In.
tructor who taught me Spanish
is now bead of the romance Ian.
gagk department, and the pretty
2yer-ok coed who kissed me
wthuut introduction turns eat to
do urtw sue Dawson, daughter of
soma fine friends and whose nic-i
ue a a five-year-old filly I tot
ed through the war as a g e e d-
rack charm. .
eaaptcr an ice making machine
which terns out 110 p o d of sturdr prwfrssors who forced la la-cubes
cubes la-cubes a day. The normal usage is teJig-at w a are stUl er a m-
rm rrsma laouut 70 Thi -ul the boys irir-f mlture oowa the ub willing
Uhtim avf"ut. aawaaws 29 buck a mof.'A, which they caa piLei: of the lads and lassies
mvfcT m whiskey. iw t, w ouid eiuca rather aeck
' It wiU save U-ens time, se they te mwnUght. t
Chailie SI after used to be a
goud lootbaU player, and sow he
is a graving dignitary who had
tre good taste to marry aa old
dincing partner of mine.
tsnne friends fetched me to t
party in Rsleigh the other night,
and I only missed two faces. The
rest grayer er balder, thinner or
fatter, all came dear trrough the
wsts of nesrly a euarter century
as only slightly older sophomores.
The people who were nice te
y-s Uiea ere fondly remembered,
and the enemies have ail gone a a-y
y a-y It ta tru ffcftt vna em Mm,
in-tome again because, resily, you j
Iterer went away. 1
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TUESDAY, MAT 11, 1957
Bulganin Suggests Talks ;
With Prance On- Disarmament
MOSCOW, May 21 (tP)-Soviet
Premier Nikolais Bulganin pro
, posed to s French Premier 3uy
Mollet, 1 in s a i personal 1 note v pub
, lished yesterday that France and
; Russia hold bilateral talks on dis-
armament and other international
issues. ; -"i
' pled with a warning to France of
the dangsrs of atomic warfare,
j But the Soviet Premier said the
! warning should not be considered
threat "against any: countryry."
i At the same time Bulganin told
Mollet. that i Bussia, while 'fully
: realizing France's economic inter inter-I
I inter-I ests in the Middle East considers
lEgypt't plan 'for operating the
tSuez Canal good, basis Jorsettle, Jorsettle,-?ment.
?ment. Jorsettle,-?ment. it v ,u -1 jiin 1 1 r-
(France has rejected the Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian plan ahd taen the Suez is issue
sue issue baci to the, United Nations
' Security Council Jt asked the Se Se-'
' Se-' curity Council to persuade Egypt
to comply With the six principles
it accepted in the U.N. last fall
, for operation ot tn waterways
v y fy f 'ius'
, Sovter Laaders .Alarmed
Bulganin told Mollet he and oth-
er Soviet leaders were alarmed
because France was allowing
American atomic bases on its
, "U is not security to live m the
midst of Atomic stores- and "hydro "hydrogen
gen "hydrogen weapons which' 1 E u r o p e
; is being covered," Bulganin' note
I if. t
The text of Bulganin's note was
distnbuted by. the official Soviet
Tass'-News -Agencyi;ii''.4;p''A -(In
Paris, a French government
spokesman said the note was oe oe-,
, oe-, livercd to Mollet Saturday by So Soviet
viet Soviet Ambassador! Sergei Vinogra Vinogra-dov)
dov) Vinogra-dov) ..: f" -va' i i
. j .. .rss .. f' 1
NervAgrest Ion Pact"'
In -the note, Bulganin reiterated
Soviet proposals for non-agression;
pact between the NATO and
the Communist Warsaw treaty al alliances,
liances, alliances, and for disarmament
talks, could be- arranged on these
. '' .1 1!. 1 l1
lew,-A-vumua wuuiu uc cuuuku .v
turn a large area into desert.
It; was known,, he said, that In
ilHitinn in A.hnmhs and H-bombs
there now existed rocket weapons
wmcn ccmia vow ucam uu uc uc-struction
struction uc-struction ; on the territory. of a
state in a matter of hours,
"Do not regard this as a threat
, Clark. Gable, who has appeared with a score of the
'world's most beautiful and talented actresses, personaUy
tapped three Hollywood newcomers for stardom as his ro ro-'v
'v ro-'v mantle partners in "THE KING AND FOUR QUEENS
r CinemaScope-Color OPENING THURSDAT tJ AT, THE CEN CENTRAL.
TRAL. CENTRAL. These younr screen beauties Barbara Nichols, Sar
Shane and Jean Willes appear In star makinr roles in
this lusty adventure film. They, compete for Gable's favors
""with. Eleanor Parker. .. 1
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against any country,."-' Bulganin
Bulganin told Mollet that Russia
dne nnt wprrf war as inevitable..
nut h wnr-ied that the only way
to prevent the horrors of a new
war was loionow a policy vi
peaceful co-existence of all states,
independent of their .; social and
Bui Time For Visit'
Is British Affair
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
iiiaiim to "HoiiBhtrf' fn have
Queen Elizabeth I-visit the Unit
ed States but t the tinai aecision
is up to Britainfl the White Bouse
said today. m, . tJ
'American 'officials said, they ex
pected an early announcement on
uhathai tha Onppn and her hUS-
band, Prince Philip will visit here
this vear or postpone the trip until
1958. ,- ,
While House Pres Secretary
Tamo. c. Hwrti asked about the
vonnrte tftiH nnlv that a Visi: by
thn Onfpn this vear or nexi is un
Hs' added- that "the President
and Mrs' Fisenhnwor would be
ripiifhted v an would everv Ameri
can, to have her majesty in this
country at any time eut ne saiaA
that "w an a covernment. have
riot received any definitive word
from the British government."
The British were, tfcported to be
considering whether the timing Jor
cnnh .visit i ritht. Thevr are
reluctant to make any decision
that would appear to use me
Queei as a peacemaker, in the
Britisn-American quarrel over the
Suez invasion. ,v ..,
Some British quarters have ex ex-thtt
thtt ex-thtt belief it would be bet
ter for Anglo-American' relations
to put of( -tae 4 visit unm ,nexi
' Another. factor' entering intp the
dorixinn is the length of time .the
Queen could spend in canada if
she visitea wasnintion iirsi ana
then the Jamestown festival -.
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mand com'-mand of. the 20tH Infantry's First Battalion "to Col. Lloyd" A.' Brown; last week was the
presentation of the award to the outstanding ''Squad of the Month." The honor-went to D
Company's 2nd Squad,-Machine Gun Platoon. ? Sgt. Thomas J. Snead is shown shaking hands
with Underdahl while his squad- members, left to rights 8p3 JOuis E. Beach, Pfp, Enrico Agui Agui-lar,
lar, Agui-lar, Pvtw Jessie J.' Houston and Pvt. Henry J. Cherry stand at attention, (U.S. Army Photo)
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I frequently the case,, th biddig
had become hot ana heavy.
South started the'; proceadAngB
with a horrible four club bid and
Wftst'a overcall was Just as bad.
Fortunately for West, North, was
in LUC OWiliB 7
In preierence hj flwoum-.
fr.i,n naflA hid.. East Put. in ft
cheerful double and the hidding
was over. t n n
! wast, nnennd his sineleton lack
ot hearts. A low heart was play played
ed played from dummy and East had a
moment of decision. His cheeriul
rinnhi. riiri not seem i too good
when he lookea at dummy mSu
cards. tK tK-ui
ui tK-ui ihpb.. was to win the
heart and give his partner a ruff.
A little more thAght fhowed
that his side would take the first
two tricks but no more. Htt part partner
ner partner would be able to knock out
one of dummy's aces pui wu
the queen of clubs would be led
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fho mH discard any losers
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heart South won the trick with
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king oi spaaes. uuiumj -held
that trick and the queen of
club was played. East put up his
king. South won that trick with
the ace and proceeded to run
trump in hope of P ?'
-k.. n nn ava.ll. West
held on to two high spade and :
East guarded niamonos
on to me kcb oi m
SSfiost two spadV. tricks
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WOODBRIDGE. NJ. (UP) -a
former Hungarian .freedom
fighterf, was found Deaien. ana
stabed tooay in m
house. Police saw
might be connectea wim aua
The FBI said it was -"aware"
of the ease but ws -not investi investigating
gating investigating at this point.'
PoUce Chief John It. Egan said
he learned the refugee, Joseph
Yuhasx, 25, : was mystertoosiy
beatea three weeks ago, bat the
attick was not reported.
Egan ta-anded the first beating
a possible kidnaping and mur murder
der murder try" and said the latest at attack
tack attack was a "possible murder at attempt"
tempt" attempt" Eg" id both beatings
resulted from Yuhasi anti Red
record while in Hungtry.
Yuhasi, who was wounded II
times in the legs during last Oc October's
tober's October's abortive Hungarian revo revolution,
lution, revolution, was reported in "fair con condition."
dition." condition." He suffered a stab wound
of the ebest ahd ick bruises,
accoraing U a hospital spokes spokesman.
Police said his landla2y, Mrs.
M. Kardos, found Yuhau "bound
and fafeed and t.is room r r-ckpd
ckpd r-ckpd about 7 am. AJhff.iv
Father Of, Three Confesses
to Stabting WW ear-Old
BRISTON. Conn.. May 21 (UPJ
A; twice-married father of three
who has befen to prison for molest-
in e children todav comessea ne
stabbed :,n 9-year-old girl to death
with a screw driver after he
stopped her on a loneiy country
road. i,j a : ,'
George J. Davies 38, a part part-time
time part-time factory worker, led police-to
the scene of the crime last night
and a cain earlv today, He was
formally charged with murder
this mnrnine. If convicted, he
faces possible death in the elec--
trie chair. .. .. -..:y
Davies first: was questioned1 last
Tuesday, the 1 day : after Brenaa
Jane Doucette was tmuraerea as
she walked alone to school along
a zuraiiruBu. jic wa. 4iivuv
again Friday and held in jail over
- the weekend, during which he
tried to "kill himself and repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly threatened suicide.
" ? tookirta For Children J
' Bristol Police thief Thomas V,
McCarthy said. that Davies was
out 'roaming around th Fajls
Mountain area Jooking fo.r young youngsters''
sters'' youngsters'' when little -?Brend .'Jaae
Davies told- police he stopped
his'cat o?r the pretext of' fixing a
flat th-e. He put a jack iwaer ; a
wheel to fake a flat tire, he said,
an'd stopped Brenda Jane whfn
she walkd up to him He said he
asked her to get a screw driver
fronv the rlove compartment. s
. When the child entered the cart
Davies told police, he pulled the
jack from under the bumper,
slammed the door behind her and
drove thren miles to a deserted
dead-end street in Wolcptt. ;
The child screamed hysterically
during the ride, Davies said, but
was limp with fright by the, time
they reached Wolcott. She. man
aged to resist his advances he
said, so he stabbed tier u times
with''' screwdriver.:.!. w .wr.vi.y
BE SAFE BE SMART
BE SURE. .GET ;
Way Uke needless bancee wK amoeth, wmw4w
o n a., i. i Mmtn a-fae na Otaxeaa
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am emarttr "tried, aore-frippinf tread yoaTI XH on -Geeejcsr's
trt Cestom ; . r ; i
Super-Cuxhiea the wua
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tium tractiM ta ever?
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AUTO SERVICE CO, INC.
Corner of Anmm Ave, and "H" Street
Dumped Body In Ditch
Davis said he wrapped the
girl's sweater around her neck
and dumped her body in a. brush brush-covered
covered brush-covered ditch,
Then he went to1' restaurant
for something to eat, Davies said.
Police checking on Davies story
found the screw driver in a cul
vert in nearby Plymouth, where
he said he threw it, They found
the child's lunch box in' another
Plymouth culvert. Davies said he
tossed Brenda Jane's wrist watch
in a trash can in a waterbury.
Conn., public rest room, but it
was not found. v '
. Davies.- 5 feet, 7V4 inches tall
and weighing 135 pounds, has been
married twice.' His1. first wife, the
mother of his three children, di
vorced him while he was serving
a prison term for 'molesting two
girls. He was paroled in 1954 after
serving one-third of a three-year
sentence. . ,
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WASHINGTON Rep. Emanu Emanuel
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President Eisenhower as a "lack
$ "He issues a
day and then,
clarion call one
NEW YORK Evangelist Billy
Graham, predicting an end. to
the, wona by lire;
'I have not only God's word
for it, that the end of the world
is in sight, but I have the word
of the scientists.".
MANORVILLE. N.Y. Dr. J.H.
Kris, on the- hospital demeanor
of 7-year-old Benny Hooper who
was rescued from the bottom of
a well shaft where he spent 23
"He's a good' little uatient. His
spirits are good. He is very coop
erative with the .doctors and
nurses, and he asks for food and
drink when he wants It."
NEW YORK Erstwhile rack
eteer Mickey .Cohen, after belna-
searched by, police 1n response
to a viewer's complaint that she
saw a run under his coat as he
was interviewed on television
"I'd be a damn' fool to wear a
gun on TV." -
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Iklidotis wiA Gin or
Goyt;Testimony: On Miller
i WASHINGTON, May 2V (UP
Federal Judge Charles Mc McLaughlin
Laughlin McLaughlin -5 refused yesterday to
strike government testimony from
playwright Arthur. Miller's con contempt
tempt contempt of Congress trial designed
to show he was, a Communist in
the mid 1940's.
- Miller's1' attorney, Joseph L.
Rauh Jr., 'argued that the prose prosecution
cution prosecution testimony of Richard. A A-rens,
rens, A-rens, staff director of the House
Committee on Un-American Acti Activities,
vities, Activities, violated rules of evidence.
He said documents, used by A A-rens
rens A-rens as the trial opened last
week were based on "hearsay"
evidence from committee files
and would not be admissible evi evidence'.
But McLaughlin ruled that ad admissibility
missibility admissibility of "correctness or
soundeness" of committee m a t e e-rial
rial e-rial was not at issue. ...
He said" thf question before
the court is whether the com committee
mittee committee had information which
-caused' it to question Miller in
its investigation of passport vio violations.
During committee hearings last
June, Miller refused on grounds
of conscience to disclose names
of associates "who attended left left-wing
wing left-wing meetings with him in 1947.
He subsequently was Nclted for
contempt of Congress.
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The court-must decide whetb.
the committee had a legitimate
legislative interest in its demands
that Miller name his colleagues.
Arens said under questioning to
day that he was "not sure" if the"4
committee decided to call Miller
as a witness before or after the
playwright applied for a passport
in May, 1956.
Rauh read from a committee
hearing transcript a quotation
from passport chiefs Frances, :
Knight stating that the form was,
changed to include the' question ,w
on May 1, 1956.
Arens admitted under Raugh's
questioning that Miller applied for"'
his passport on May J7, J956.
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MISS JOANNE BARNES was InstaUed Worthy Advisor of Bal Bal-wi
wi Bal-wi S no 1 Order of the Rainbow for Girls at the
Batboa Stfsh Rite Temple last Wednesday Miss Barnes 4s
P the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Barnes of Balboa.
AMBASSADOR OF DOMINICAN REPUBLIC WILL
?ETE FEDECAME CHIEF WITH COCKTAIL PARTY
The Ambassador of the Dominican RepubHe Xk. Hector
Castro Noboa and Mrs. Noboa will fire cockUil party at
.bwsv residence this erentaf between :3 and 8:30
in Sot the Minister of Agriculture of th. Dominican
' hiiB Lnis R. Mercado and Mrs. Mercado j m k
PDon MercadoX the chairman of the Dominican RepnV
llr 'detenUM to FEDECAMEi Coffee Federation ttt mtr-
"uJfffichW, tent na-fwnby .ty-V
Cuban 5ndpwidtne Day
The Ambassador of Cuba In Ps Ps-nsma
nsma Ps-nsma De. Fjrancisco dr Miranda
y Varonirahd his wife held open
nouse at the Embasy residence
yesterday morning to celebrate
the 55th Anniversary of Cuban In Independence.
dependence. Independence. ..
In the evening a brilliant re reception
ception reception was held at the Embassy
residence during which the Grand
Cross of the Order of Carlos Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel de Cespedes was conferred
upon Don Tomas Gabriel Duque,
Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro and Don
Enrique A. Jimenei, ex-Presidents
of the Republic of Panama, by
the Cuban Ambasador.
Mary Agnes Dillon
Fated At Bridal
Shewar at Tlvoll
Miss Mary Agnes Dillon, daugb-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dillon
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sisters "Frances and Roberta Dil Dillon
lon Dillon at the Fern Room of the Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Guest House Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. About ,50 guests attended.
Miss Dillon and her fiance Mr.
John Connard of Diablo will be
married June 29 at the S a c r e d
Heart Chapel in An con.
Mits Joanna Barnes
In Rainbow Office
Miss Joanne Barnes, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. -Barnes,
was installed to the office of Wor
thy Advisor of Balboa Assembly
No. 1, Order of the' Rainbow of
Girls, at Balboa Scottish Rite
Temple last Wednesday. The out outcome
come outcome worthy advisory, Miss Mar
tha Stevenson was installing wor
thy advisor and was assisted by
Mr. Nolan A. Bisell, past pa
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Start on SUrlae today!
Urn 9:00 Ut -fr
tron. The' other installing officers
were: Marshal,- Mr. Christ
Gunaerien: tnapiain, Julia May,
.W.A.j' recorder, -Jtaren Naedeu;
pinsist, Meiinda Marshall; and 10 10-wist,
wist, 10-wist, jIrs. Lucille Smiih.
The officers "entered the assem
bly room wearing wnite formats
and carnation w 1 i s 1 1 t a. Miss
Joanne Karnes, worthy; advisor
eiecx. was escorted toeuind the
altar ana was Installed by jrMx.
Nolan A. Bissell; Before sue as
cended to the uais, ner Df other
"Jimmy" presented her witn '. a
lovely oouquex of roses tats
Mrs. Lucille' Smith saug "The
Lord's Jkrayer." 1
1 Tbe followmg officers were in
stalled to serve during this term:
worthy associate advisof, Caroline
Zirxman; charity, unoa libng libng-more;
more; libng-more; hope, loris JBleakley;
taitb, Rocuene -ttead;' cflapiaiu,
Bille Sue bpencer; drill leader,
Janet Tribe; iove, Beverly Smitn;
religm, Syivia Johansson; ; im im-moriauty,
moriauty, im-moriauty, Martha Miller; cOnii cOnii-dential
dential cOnii-dential ooserver, Kay Flowers;
outer observer,1 Harriet Gunder Gunder-sen;
sen; Gunder-sen; musitian, Cnristine Harri Harrison;
son; Harrison; and choir director, Virginia
Miss Barnes introduced her par parents
ents parents and the. other distinguisned
guests; Mrs. Klsa Bailey, Su
preme Deputy of the Order of the
ttainbow tor girls on the. Canal
zone; Mrs. ins fchatrosKy, mou mou-er
er mou-er Advisor of Pedro Miguel As Assembly
sembly Assembly Ho. 3; Mrs. Alice G under
sen, iiother Advisor of Balboa'
Assembly; and Mrs. Louise R.
Bissell, worthy Matron Of Orchid
Cbapter No. 1, O.E.S.
Joanne then escorted Martha to
Charity, Hope, and to the "Bow"
where each officer greeted her
wun appropriate worus and pre presented
sented presented her with a handkerchief re
presenting the color of the Rain
bow, forming a nosegayt A Moth
er's JJay program was tnen pre presented
sented presented and Mrs. Columbia R e i-
Mann, the first mother Advisor of
Balboa Assembly was escorted to
the East where she received a
beautiful bouquet' of Giaiolas.
Then each Mother present was
van a Carnation in honor of
Mother' Day. r
Tbe Rev. Oscar W. Olsen was
guest speaker for the evening and
spoke on "Fidelity," ; -jj, v
" Joanne; r ceivo4 ''heri"', '.-Worthy
Advisors pin, and pinned Martha a
Past Worthy Advisor's jewel on
her. Martha was presented with
an overnight case from her offi
cers. Then Joanne s mother pre
sented her with a gavel made of
native wood. ...-.,.. ......
Mr. Christian Gundersen pre presented
sented presented the' girls with their Serv
ice Bars which they had : earned
during the past term. Joanne
tnanked all who had a part in
making the evening such an out outstanding
standing outstanding one for iher.
The Asembly Room was decor decorated
ated decorated with white and blue sprayed
leaves -and blue flowers. Follow Following
ing Following the installation, refreshments
were served in the Banquet Hall,
where a social hour was enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by alL
Local Duke Co-Id
Miss Juanita Nile Jones risinc
junior at Duke University's Worn-
sirs college Has been selected by
the Pan-Hellenic Council to serve
as sorority rsh advisor for her
dormitory, Bssett House.- Miss
Jones is the daughter of Mr. 'and
Mrs. Rosell J. Jones of Balboa
As advisor. Miss Jones will be
responsible for advising incoming
freshmen and upperclasamen par participating
ticipating participating ia sorority rushing.
Father James. J. Murphy
nonoroa At Bmnor
Approximately one hundred and
seventy-five friends gathered ao
the Hotel Washington on Sunday
evening to honor Rev. .Father
James J. Murphy, C M, wbo was
eelebraing hie twenty-fifth anai anai-fersars
fersars anai-fersars in the Holy Priesthood.
Among the guests wen His Ex Excellency,
cellency, Excellency, Jesus Serrano, C M. F
Bishop of Colon, and Rev. Father
Gomes, C. M., who represented
the Most Rev.-Tomas Clavel,
Bishop of David; Rev. rather Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Alvarado, C.M.F., and Rev.
Father Melvia of Balboa.
Rev. Father John F. King C.
U.,' was chairman and made the
introductions. Miaa Gabby M ai aides
des aides of Colon, recently returned
from two years study ia Italy and
Spain, thrilled these present with
her beautiful voice. Sm sang Se
tu as' am'! by Pergoleei; "Valxer
di Musetta" frosa La Bobeme, by
Puccini; ? Voi cha sapete" (rem
Le Noua A Nigaro by Mozart,
and Gotnod'a "Ave Maria." Sbe
waa accompanied on the piano by
Professor Manuel Foster.
Throughout the evening musical
elections were played by Mr. I I-vaa
vaa I-vaa Thorpe. Bishop Serrano apoke
a few words of coagratalatieaa to
Father Murphy, as did Fsther
Gomez. Mr. Anthony Raymond,
the principal speaker for the eve evening,
ning, evening, who has known Father Mur
phy since ordination, talked oa'
the venous iacMeaie, wfcicb oc occurred
curred occurred ia Father Murphy's early
dsvs tha Isthmas.
Mr. Ssrssoad. then protested
Father Mnrphy vtth a Trarse and
an cagrsved sterunf silver SUi,
Chrnstopher money dip frem hit
frieerfs and panshioners, Persoe Persoe-sl
sl Persoe-sl gifts were also extended at this
time as wed as a spiritaal bow bow-quet
quet bow-quet from the Holy Family
Church, and one from the Catho-
colima should he submitted in
: typs-writtoo faras and mailed ee
the boa number listed daily la 'So
ial and Otherwise." or delirersd
" kv hsid to the office. Notiess of
westings cannot bo accepted by
Now Camera Club
To Be Formed
A meeting to form the Kodak-Re
Uance Camera Club will be held
at the Club Mechanical (oU Na
tional Brewery Building) tomor
row at 7:30 p.m. y
All camera owners are invited
thanks and gave his blessing
PR A and Auxiliary
The Fleet. Reserve Association
and Ladies Auxiliary (FRA)
Branch(:77 of Rodman will have
the installation of new officers to tonight
night tonight at 8 p.m. at the CPO Club
in Rodman. A dinner, party is of offered
fered offered to the members and treir
guests after the ceremony.
Mr. And Mrs. Esslingsr
Leave To Attend
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eslinger
and their son and daughter are
sailing Wednesday on the SS An An-con
con An-con to attend the graduation of
the Esslinger's older son. Andrew.
from Fairfield University in Fair Fair-fiedd,
fiedd, Fair-fiedd, Conn. Andrew has majored
m pwtiai science.
After the commencement ever-
cises, the Ksslinger family will
drive across the country to Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma to visit relatives. They will
return-to the Canal Zone early in
Mr. And Mrs. G. Carter Orr
Will Be Guest of Honor
At Gamboa Golf Club Party
Mr. and Mrs. George Carter
Orr, who are leaving the Canal
Zone early aext month to make
their home in St. v Petersburg,
jjionaa, wui be honored Friday
evening at a retirement party to
be given at the Gamboa (7o if
Club. Mr.. Orr, whose service be began
gan began during construction days, is
an operator- on the dredge Mindi.
The farewell nartv. -which will
begin at T:30 p.m.. a will be a
steak dinner. Tickets at $2,50 p?r
person win mciuoe tne; dinner
and may be obtained at the
Dredging Division Field Office in
Cristobal or at the Gamboa Golf
Club ,', t ..: .' ,0V ,; 1
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Lbs 'ANGELES. -May 21 (UP)
Famed portrait painter Pen Pen-rhyn
rhyn Pen-rhyn Stanlaws. 80, creator of the
"Stanlaws Girl" or near ly ou
years ago, was burned to death
Sunday m a. lire at nis aiuaio.
Firemen said the artist ap-
narentlv fell asleep while smok
ing a cigarette in an overstuffed
Stanlaws. a graduate of Prince
ton, and a native of Dundee
Scotland, worked for the Chi Chi-caeo
caeo Chi-caeo Dally News, in the movie
industry and was a contributor
to the Saturday Evening rost
during his career.
His "Stanlaws Glrr was a hit
with magazine editors and ad
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SJ)3 yf and Mrs. Louis L. Sher- plished
man. the team of director and.talists.
organist for the Fort t Koooe
Protestant Chapel cnoir, will te
recognized on CFN television
durmft the Armed Forces Hour gree in music from Indiana Uni Uni-starting
starting Uni-starting at 3:15 tomorrow alter- versity.
noon; it was announced toqay by
Headquarters, U.S. Army Carib-
As choir director. Sherman has
found himself in the unique po- typist In Headquarters, ,20tlt ln ln-sition
sition ln-sition of eivtaff orders to .three fantry. ;"" , 1
lieutenant colonels and ft captain
included among th?singers.,.The1
sh are scheduled, to-re-
uiurn ia tne states apuara uu
USN8 George -w. Goethals, sail-
The choir's last anthem ;under
Sherman's direction the Beat-
ltudes was sung at the Fort
Kobbe chapel Jast Sunday..' :
' Members of the choir, which
includes officers, many enlisted
men and wives and daughters
of military personnel and civil civilian
ian civilian employes who reside at JFt.
Kobbe, gave a farewell party
for the Shermans the evening
of May 16 at the post chapel
' When Sherman took over the
Kobbe choir In February, 1956,
services were oemg neia in w
Kobbe theater while a new chap
elthe first tropical chapel" of
the U.S: Army was being con constructed..
structed.. constructed.. The choir had dwindled to a
scant half-dozen singers. With
in a few months of Sherman's
leadership he recruited about 30
singers. The strengthened group
sang at the first Protestant serv
ices in the new chapel after its
dedication on July 14, 1956. Cath Catholic,
olic, Catholic, Protestant and Jewish serv services
ices services are held In the chapel. 1
In July, Mrs. Sherman moved
from her place in the choir to
become, the organist and has
played regularly for services and
choir rehearsals since, except for
a month when she did take time
off for the birth of their first
child, Clark Michael, on Jan. 18,
High points iri Sherman's di directing
recting directing experience in the Canal
Zone were the Christmas carol
program presented over CFJ tel television
evision television and radio in December
and his direction of the combin combin-ed
ed combin-ed Protestant choirs of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side in- the -"Hallelujah
Chorus" during the Easter Sun-
rise service April 21 on the beach
at Fort Amaaor. u i ; t,, ,,
He realised a particular am ambition
bition ambition durilng the Easter serv service
ice service at the Kobbe chapel later
that day when he presented
his choir in all new robes and
. stoles; To rnake this possiblrk
the women of the ,: Protest ant1
Chapel Guild at Kobbe had,
worked for two months. it
Sherman was responsible1 for
organizing and leading the Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe Chorus of soldier-singers
which participated In the "U.S.
Army Caribbean finals of the
ail-Army entertainment contest
held at Fort Clayton in March.
Both the Shermans were ap appointed
pointed appointed to the Fort Kobbe Hall of
Fame as a result of their contri contributions
butions contributions to the community.
On behalf of the chqir, Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain (Capt.) Thomas L. McMinn,
Jr., gave Specialist and Mrs.
Sherman a "This ia Your Life"
book of caricatures and express express-Ions
Ions express-Ions of gratitude at the party
last week. They also received a
silver' presentation tray.1 ?
' Lt. Col. Franklin B. Simmons,
president of the Fort Kobbe
Protestant' Chapel board, and a
choir singer, presented the Sher Shermans
mans Shermans a letter s oft appreciation
for the congregation,
. Both Sherman are accom-'
Vis If mint after
- ontjr chaas. GaUj
au4iat4, kH yur
Cliaca dM to aUa,
natda aaaiaal hf,
mvmot MttiCAtit foweti
Need lots ojfpep?
TheMeese difierant. tuda.
fmh vecatablca or btendl ioeo
Mas fatnaoi drink. Ymnrwtm lore
ats Irwrijr novar. oakf thrire o sta
doeas. At ncal-
e or betveoo- V f
,1,-V-a fives I
m ti refrcab-
t tj r.Bt,
ffoodscas. At anMl-
tme or I
ana the Boornh-
"wt tbty ittrd.
Had Colonels Csbtsin
In Kobbs Chapel Choir
soloists and injstrumcii injstrumcii-Each.
Each. injstrumcii-Each. has a" degrte of
bachelor of music from Bethany
College, Lindsborg, Kan., and
Mrs. Sherman has a mastei-s de.
Bnerman entered the Armv in
June,. '1955, and has served 1 at
iKobbe since December thaL ve-r.i
He has been, assigned as npik.
During the school year of Idoi
65 befpre entering the service he
was a teacher of vocal and in-
Two Sealilo Boys :
taice Parenls' CashV
Head For. Disneyland
" LOS ANGELES,. May 21 (UP) -Two
Seattle yoiiDgfjlers, wearing
Ivy-League caps tnd carrying
some $3,600 in 'cash plus about
a yea s supply of bubble gum.
Were held by juvenile authuities
today just short of their goal in
the make-believe of Disneyland
' A railroad agent became sus suspicious
picious suspicious of the .youths id Union
Station last night when he noticed
"thoso 'caps with the buckle b
back and took Edward G.
Zelasky Jr., 12, and Rlcbarl
N. Daly, 13,-, inio custody as
"I knew those boys were up to
something," agent ,1. F, KobcrU
said. "The caps f didn't look
right with b!ack-ieather (motor (motorcycle
cycle (motorcycle jackets, levis and boots."
Officers said ".ho boy.?' had
rings,;., various expensive watches
and a "huge quant ty" of bubble
Juvenile authorities said they
admitted getting the money and
valuables from their parents'
strong boxes in Seattle Friday
The then spent Saturday night
walking around, tSan Francisco
and decided to come to Los
Angeles "and Disneyland." '". '.
Officers estimated the beys
spent about $290 oa their three three-day;
day; three-day; spree. ;-
Youus Zelasky's fa.her," Edward
Sr.; told authorities hv telenhon
to take enough money" for "plane
MAY ,24 31
6;30 p.m. -r 11:30 p.m.
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-reen's Monstrous Prediction About The Year 2508!
Tbe world as it may b
b left of eiriUijUioa to Uvinr la anderrrpnnd commanltiet
after man has ail bat destroyed him-"f br narlesr war warfare
fare warfare Is tbe tBelT dramatic sobert r- 'v.lfK) in Allied
Artists' elaborate ClnemaSrop rrnf.f OELD KITH.
OIT END" to be released T ;M st tbe -LtX"
The picture stars Kob VT jnr, GAITS,
with Marlowe In the ro' 1' : .1 -, t
in the Tar l"'l t' r'.' ; '-
stfumental music at Highlani
raiK junior iga acnooi,. Tope
Kit, UlILU. :
Alter . Sherman is separated
rrom tne. service in June, -thei
plan to move to Norton, Kan
wnere nt.wu teacn .vocat mul
sic in tne mgn scnooi.
Louis is the son of Mrs. Louij
Sherman, 2915 Michigan Avenufl
Topeka, K.an. ana ms wite th
iormer xaozeue; uiarx, : u th
daughter of JDr. and Mrs. W. H
Clark-, 80a south 8tn Street, w
co, ivx. .r , -.
The 18 members of the Medical
Service Corps in the Panama A
rea joined some 4,100 other Med
ical Service Corps officers aroutif
the-world to celebrate the 40th atf
niversary of the founding of th
corps last Saturday, 1' I"
The Medical Service Corps wal
established on May 18, 1917, whe
it first functioned as the Sanitar;
Corps to provide sanitary eng
neering bacteriology of other sci
ences related to sanitation;; pre
yentive medicine) and knowledg
of special atvantage to the med
ical service. 1
- nv i t. ,;t, )i - t ,t--
The Medical Service Corps if
the Canal Zone i headed by Col
1,4 F.. Wilson, Medical Corps, U.S1
Army Caribbean, surgeon. Lt. CoJ
R. H. Winge is' 'executive off iceij
surgeon's office, and also com,
manding officer, U.S. 'Army Med
ical Service, in the Canal Zone; j
- - w' s ' f
The 18 members of the corps t
the Zone gathered Friday, 'morri
ing.' in ithe surgeon's office to eel
ebrate the occasion' with' cpffw
and a' birthday fake. 7 i v
'The mission of the cores ioda'
is to' provide scientific: technical
and administrative support in thi
care of the sick, and wpunded snj
in maintaining the health of- tW
MAY 31, JUNE 1
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Vi;s?'t ef An; erica.
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MOYM 'iy -RADIO
; Hollywood (Nea HoUy
won ok TVr Hollywood's best act acting
ing acting performances tin year nay
n on tv quiz snows, ai a y o e
they'll even award special Oscar
Th race for higher and higher
rattnw wltll "Box eSTce"' contest
ant rr gettjnr rather raeey, I'm
tol by Orson Welles. ;
41 logical quia show eont st star
ar star because of hl bar 9nl
baakereuiKr, Orson says ho wa
approached by m biff New Yark
quit shew raprasantativa u s t
before starting his Hollywood
movie, "Badge of Evil'
. As aut spoken Orson tails' Ui
I "I turned down the offer nd
If war an-OFPCR-nof art invk
tetter It wee a thecker. It rock rock-ad
ad rock-ad me en my Haalsi'"
..T'lM hmt fha m thinff frnm
ether stars, i Two we&known filmi
actors. told ma of being "guari
teed' rto.uoa to appeal on oe
euit snow; That' more ,tbB
nougb money for expense iacfud
ing round trip transportation from
, lan t -it about time someone
flew the whistle? ,, t
Grtcie Fields bowe out as
Chill WiUsf proposed costas in
JTGM'k telefilm series of "Min
and Bill.!' New Cnasfett. vGceenv
wood is in the running. The aeries
goes before the camera) tin sum
mer. .MM's, first one-hour
dramtic show for home screew.
by the way. wiil be "Willow
Walk'! .by Suulaiv .Lewis.. The!
story Jus been, on the studio shelf
for years wbee its purchase, for a
fabulous sum. ,
840 kew Manama Otr
: 1050 iCjc-., Colon
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Tetfay, Teeaday, STay 31
4:00 Feature Review
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a)-imAUen Jackson (News)
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fjld-on 8tf Amerlea
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T:U HOW CHKI3TIAN 8CI-I
t:3(VVOA Report From TJJ.
:0O-World Of Jnm
A: SO Life With Tbe Lyon
:0-To Asked for I (r4
. ejuest taken by pnonej
tt :M Musi From Hotel 13 Pan-I
I J:45 Tempi Of Dream
11:00 Coscert Coder The Star
Twuwrew, Wednesday, May XX
1:00 Sign On X Alarm Clock
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IX:00 New . k
12:oa LunchUxae Vfelodie -13:1
MKLACHEIXO MUST MUST-'v
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aeeer And Hat
1:60 Xews :
1:13 MasU Of Manhattan '";
1:30 Son Ol Tt Fiaacera
1:4J rreneh la T e Afr
- 3:00 T Boeke l now
X: 15 Freddy inr n 2ev '.
X:30-Mate Tcr Tju
1:00 Bank encw And ECaj
, Rainbow Boy
. 3):1S Sammy Kare&now'
' 3:39 Maste Tor Wednesday
4:00 feature Eevirw 1
4:3What T ur Ff0rtte
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. a jo News
d:lJ Blif. FH" OS SPORT
v - KICir.V fitt pe
g:30 Hawaii Cs i KRCL
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1:30-VOA Rfrcrt rvom OA
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g:30 Musical T r
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Tiet t t ry eheoe
NOT ON THE teleprompter:
George Gobel about what he'll be
doing- Saturday night next season
when bis TV show becomes
Tuesday fixture: "I'D. be home
watching all the Saturday night
snows ana sneering, at tnem.'.'
-Th Witne: Howler an f bi I
Silvers shew when an Army
pel, after seeing "Around the
World in l Days,' rave about
, Marian Dietrich- in the film ami
says: "Wow! Wise-
give to be 10 years older
, Thig is television, Mrs. Jones:
Jeanette MacBonald nul r.i
Raymond played, supporting roles
fAunt" but rated billkie Sn.
aal Guesta." jy, pr or movirl
u alarjorle Lord 'will be playing-l
j""". nuM' srw was lor at'
ieasi nve years, xnat'f wsat if l
saya on, a contract she just signed!
jui -uauoy., latest rear in eou-
pw wno turoec dow a) "Hi s
ana Hers? seriea were Ernie
Kowac and his? wifiey comedienne
Edltft Adamsw .Shirley Temple
aiKina iur proauctiOR a a-gain
gain a-gain now that she'll be ok TV next
seasoik un of, net" doll royaltaH
vuct&a, wnen me was a jcto) star
totaled $141,000, i
H8AR' ABOUT THE, fellow wtol
youian i seu ms Aome in Beverly
Hillsr The place had never been
on -rerson te Person."
' Siny MiHar'a slogan for eld
movies an TV: "Later Than. Bv Bv-ar."
ar." Bv-ar." Big TV effers are earning' Jean
SimttOBsT way and ahw'jr nvW
Maybe." But she was
bout tliem to me.
"I've had no theater exiert-
w hu ana ricnt now
t a jun. pi am do nerve,
a-' A. i . -r
Famed Breadwsv aravfaia t.j
ivaras. Has canexi a eeI te brirrg
bemei screes a series. Jiwv-
yo may recall i the perfect gen,
tiftmM'a gantlemant v .Family act
note: Juvenile star Wicker (Circus
BoyBraddck',ltid sister, Gem-
pisode. . r.Morti
"D You Treat V
7ai, apia Jones who re replaced
placed replaced the show, already has a
Digger ratine than thm Vita. n
1... "f s-
aianza ever had.
'JmSJu T1- ""bered
as Dob Hope lona-tim rariin an
nouncer hopes to break the com-
"?rrier comedian on
hi ewe xy show.
D,,,i OXecmee says ne'e)
awe lev. ta have
wamW -Alrernata.- Alt fhet free
Plf from TV ameuncer
T'"v -An new
JTie Knight about KM Presley:
"There' bo truth to the rumor
that he'll start his Army eareer
as a officer. If there' coramis coramis-sroa
sroa coramis-sroa it will go to hia agent V
Red Cross Head
WASHINTOSrtP) The A A-aaertexK
aaertexK A-aaertexK Red Ores is ta a "pre
carieia financial 'pastaon fte fte-caase
caase fte-caase of food it spent aiding
dig star rictoaa taw past two
yevra, National' Chairman E. Ro Roland
land Roland Harriman aaid today.
Red Ore disaster foods
-neenrpieteiy gear M arts re
source are sadly eV-oJete".' Har
riman told the opening session ef
the erfeerratioa'a 32ad naeional
Harriman said the Red Cross is
farced te eat down an its
te ta point waer p r e-i
gram are Beta- eoecte.y
He told the 1,000 deVgate the
led Crosa ie ia fdnanciai straits
"primarily secaiis we have
spared a effort at d the job
that the Americae aeopla demand
of the Red Cress."
As US Governor
Of Monetary Fund
WASHINGTON. Msy a ttJP-
C Douxis Dillon, former ambas-
iiaor ie rrance. won SBtaaamoua
ISenate cennmiatioa today a al-
Iternat U3. gewrser of the Ia-
Alae aiFweved were the Domina
tions at six ambassadors:
; Mrs Fi nines EL Wiffi ef CaU-
form a te Nwway Robert C Hilll
f ew BnpMiree Mexico;
Walter P. tUConaogtiy of Ala-J
hsma te Pwai: Jotnk S. Far
'M ef Wrt Tirgmia to the
'TVrmVicafT KTtibrjc. P" C BUffl
18 Girl's nsme ;
. watet wheal ?:
4 Fowl s
" 3 Indian
. 6 Fortification
J T Dramatic t
9 Groove t
10 Pertaining t
11 Italian eityi
21 Tree parts
24 Garments i
29 Weight of
29 Biblical name
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JACKSON, MM., May (UP)
Njora tTeneresman Cbaries U.
Diggs Jr.r (l-aiicB. aas uecmnt
the "first round" to four Deep
South- states in their fight against
racial 'integration. k
S;m told law Misewsippi
members ef the Nation Associa
tion for the Advancement os co colored
lored colored People Sunday; 'We cannot
point to one instance of submis submission"
sion" submission" by Mississippi, G o g i
South Carolina or Alabama to the
Supreme Court's three year-oM
decision outlawing public school
"There is little niestion," Diggs
said, "that the Deep South' has
won the first round in the b a t-
Jap Premier Goes!
Tour Of Asia t
TOKYO! Mav 2f (UF) ATapa
neMr rsine Mimsier "ootuc
. m j fcT 1 f
KisM left Tokyo last ngbt for a
frrta "friowdohro" tour ef ail
Asian, mtton i advance of Ms
scheduled Jim visit to Wash Wash-mgton.
mgton. Wash-mgton. ,
Kishr took off is i chartered
plane e route te Rangooo, Bur
sea, hi first stop en the 16-day
tour that will include visits 1 te
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mittee committee studying civil rights legis legislation
lation legislation that there is no discrimina
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Diggs said Missisisppi is naving
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cause "many prudent norther
industrialists hesitate to invest in
a state so preoccupied with the
immoral and illegal subjugation
of 46 per cent of its citizens."
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Men', SUM in NL
Dodgers Sweep 2-Game
Series From Cardinals;
Tackle Redlegs Tonight
'1 By FRED DOWN
r ; NEW YORK, May 21 (UP) Those "nine old
men" the fellows who won it last year are still in
the National League pennant race.
. That's the Brooklyn
' message today to the experts
who were beginning to view the
1957 race as primarily a iwo'
'team atrueele between the Mil'
waukee BraVes and Cincinnati
'Redlegs. First the Braves reeled
oil 12 victories in their first 14
games and then the Redlegs
mounted their 12-game winning
, itreak. ,
, 'All the while the Dodgers had
failed to nut toeether more than
three victories in successlou and
there were whispers in N.ii. dug dugouts
outs dugouts that the old champs had
So tonight they invade Cln Cln-nati
nati Cln-nati riding the crest of a four four-rame
rame four-rame winning streak their
longest of the season and
' fresh from two smashing victo victo-.
. victo-. ries over the St. Louis Cardi Cardi-'
' Cardi-' lials. The Dodgers walloped the
Cardinals, 10-4, last night to
weep the two-game series they
nene with Sunday's 10-3 rout.
;As a result, the Dodgers moved
to within only a half game of
the second place Braves and
trail the front-running Redlegs
by two and a half. And so, once
again, it looks like a repeat of
that three-team 19S6 battle.
Duke snider. Carl Purillo and
Bandy Amoros walloped homers
la an 11-nit Dodger auacK wai
also included doubles by Oil
Hodges, Al walker, Jim Gilliam
nd Furlllo. Every member of tne
Brooklyn's lineup hit safely ex except
cept except Don Zlmmer and pitchers
Don Drysdsle and Clem Lablne.
Dry sdale, the 20-year-old
right-hander who's shunted Sal
Maglie out of Brooklyn's starting
rotation, went the first seven in in--
- in-- rings to win his third game with without
out without a loss. Lablne, making his
13th relief appearance in 27
games, rushed in from the bull bullpen
pen bullpen when the Cardinals rallied
for two inns In the eighth and
closed It out
. SUa MusialV error on, Gil Gilliam'
liam' Gilliam' grounder gave the Dodg
Sunday's $3,000 added one-
imlle Raul Espinosa classic
he best natives shapes up
he type race that leaves
sians uuuiik iur uiuuukk
Carlos Eleta's native chim-
'pionshlp prospect, E s t e b an,
seems a certainty to be the mu-
: tuels favorite because of the big
pull he will be getting in the
handicap from his chief rivals
Tully Bar, Apache and the Co-ral-Destello
entry. Howe ver,
these horses are sure to give the
leta star plenty of competition
tooth in tne mutueis ana in me
ftce itself. 1
The mile distance should be
right up the alley for the long long-tridlng
tridlng long-tridlng EstebHn. The unimpressive-looking
nut son of ; Keyhaven-Lltuana
has shown a definite liking for
. distance by virtually running -way
and "hiding from the op op-pWtion
pWtion op-pWtion each time he has start started
ed started at seven furlongs. Sunday will
be "Steve's" first crack at the
mile, but-this writer thinks he'll
come through with flying colors.
1 Tully Bar displayed rasor rasor-aharp
aharp rasor-aharp form In equalling his w"
(native record for the three three-'
' three-' Quarter ot a mile last Sunday
and should be a tooth aut ta
' crack this time. Tolly ran ;
1 Bead and bead with Esleban
far four furlonrs two weeks
ga, whea tt was evident that
ia was not tn his best racing
Shane. He may be able to stick
. tt aat all the way now that he
ts back ia top condition.
! i Neither Coral nor Destello nave
been able to finish aneaa 01
Tully Bar in several meetings.
However, the latter Is a vasu:
In braved colt and has won eight
ot his nine starts this year his was replaced by Braullo Baeza.
ooly defeat coming in the Er- Victor Morrell drew a $5 fine
rsto Navarro Classic that Tully, because be was late in arriving
Bar won. Coral was second and; to saddle Curale In Saturday s
DesteUd third. But that was way first race,
back ia February and Desteilo is 0O0
abigger and stronger colt nowl Conlralor and Muz-'ona were
a ad could finally turn the tables 'scheduled toarr.ve on the Isth Isth-ofi
ofi Isth-ofi Tully Bar. imus tocay. Contra lor is a first-
.Little Apache has to be reck- series performer in his native
oned with whenever the natives Chile. He is consigned to the
travel over one mile or more. His Victory Stable of Alberto Arias
brilliant finishing "kick" liter- Espinosa.
ally swept Tolly Bar off his feet M a s 1 00a, a three-year-old
la lart December's $2,000 Christ- jChileaa filly, will be placed on
mas Day Classic over tha same sale by tba President Kemon
t.nrft and his recent races track management.
lie. ... 15c
A BULLCT FOB
ers an opening in the first inning
and Snider capitalized on it with
his sixth homer of the season.
Hodges doubled home a run in
the fourth and Amoros. homered
with one mate aboard to make it
5-1 in the sixth. Four runs in the
seventn turned It into a walkover
for the N L. champs
The Cardinals, who dropped
their fourth straight decision,
committad two errors giving
them 37 m 29 games. The Red Red-birds
birds Red-birds are '1V2 games out of first
place and only a naif game in
front jt the sixth -piace New
York Giants a sd position for
a team that was fuppoued to be
the league's dark horse pennant
A couple of old fashioned
pitching duels marked the only
two other taines played ink the
. majors yesterday, the Wash
ington Senators beating the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers, 2-1, and the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles scoring a 2-0
victory over the Kansas City
Pedro Ramos, the J2-year-oJd
right-hander from Pinar, Cuba,
outpitcned Frank Lary. a 21
game winner last season, as the
Senators snapped tneu- rive
game losing otreak and the Ti
gers tour-gama : winnmz skein.
Ed Fitzgerald .beat cut an Infield
hit with the bases filled In the
last, of the ninth, to drive In the
winning run after. the two right
r orders pitclied whutout ball
from the Second Inning. The win
was Ramos' tri.d ana tne loss
made Lary's rocovd 2'5.
Connie jctmsoa. turr.ea in a
tvo-hitter and stretched the
Oviolp nitcher : strine of score
less innings to 20 as he handed
'.be A's their fourth shutout in
their last seven games. Ous Trl-
andas' Singled houia Bob NJtman
with Baltimore's first run and
Tito Francona singled home the
second. Ned Carver suffered his
third loss against two wins while
Johnson, won his second game
compared with lour defeats. ; v
.- T -.. w. V v
prove that he has been carefully
brought along for this classic.
Yes, this year's renewal of the
Raul Espinosa Classic could be a
fitting contest to do honor to
Don Raul, one of the founding
fathers of local horse racing
Several stiff suspensions were
meted out by the stewards over
Jorge Chuna beaded the list
with an indefinite suspension
for being "partly responsible"
for the contradictory perform performance
ance performance of Distingo, which won
last Saturday' after being s
trailer in his previous outing.
Dlstingo's trainer, Julio Chan-
deck, was aajuagea also "partly
responsible" and fined l50,-'and
the horse was suspended lor 12
Braullo Baeza will miss the op
portunity to ride Estebau in the
Espinosa Classic, because of be
ing set down for eignr meets.
Baeza was accused of crowding
Fellac (Concepcion Ruiz up)
with Arpeglo'ln Sunday's first
race. Ruiz was fined $10 for giv giving
ing giving a false report of the Incident.
Amado Credidio was set down
eight meets for crowding .41chlr .41chlr-pa
pa .41chlr-pa (Alejandro Ycaza up) with
Volcanico in Saturday's night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. A '"."-
After Me and Fru Fru were
given eight-meet suspensions for
performing poorly on-Saturday.
Apolinar Reyes Rios got a $5
fine for delaying the weighing-J
out procedure alter riding Mrs.
Halligan in Saturday s 'seventh
race. v .
Alfredo Vasquez got two meets
off for failing to make the
weight assigned to Display Song
in Saturday's second race. He
. Also: 1
Jean fiervaU la
dc sunn rim les
' 1X8 LAn TONT
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RESTING Edwin Jones rests
in bed at his home in New
York after he was injured at a
night club in an alleged brawl
Yankee outfielder Hank Bauer.
Jones' brothers Leonard, told
police that Bauer socked Ed Edwin.
win. Edwin. Bauer said through a Yan
kee spokesman, 'V'I certainly did;
not b.it anybody." Bauer; how however,
ever, however, was booked on a charge
of felonious assault today for
allegedly socking Jones.
(Based on 75 Official at Bats)
Player and club ah r h
Aaron. Mil. 28 123 31 45 .360
Robinson, Cinci. 28122,26 44 .361
Crowe, Clncl. 24 92 14 33 .359
Hoak, Cinci. 30 101 17 36 .356
MuSlal, St. LOUIS 29 121 16 42 .347
Groat. Pitts. 29 116 16 40 .345
Dark, St. Louis 28 123 21 41 .333
Bailey, Cinci. 28 93 16 31. 333
Thomas, Pitts. 28119 11 39 .328
Adcock, Mil. 26 101 15 33 .327
AMERICAN LEAGUE tt.
Williams, Bos. i, 26 94 21; 37. 94
Mantle. N.Y.; 1 27, 87 20 31 56
Fox, Chicago V 26 99 19 35 .354
Bertoia, Detroit 30 103 11 30 450
Wertz, Oleve. 27 94 19 32 JiO
Simpson, K.C. 31 113 17 3a .336
Da Maestri, K.C. 30 78 13 20 .333
Power, K.Ct 21 75 11 25 .333
Colavito, Cleve. 23 82 10 26 .317
25 95 14 30 416
22 70 7 24 .310
Aaron, Braves 11
Moon, Cards 9
Adcock, Braves 0
Robinson, Redlegs 0
Mathews, Braves 0
Crowe, Redlegs 0
Snider, Dodgers 6
Williams. Red Sox
(Five tied with 5 apiece)
RUNS BATTED IN
Robinson, Redlegs .......
Jones, Phils .'
' Slevers, senators
' Doby, White Sox
Jensen. Red Sox
. Loilar. White Sox
VT L Pet
Trucks. 'Athletes ... 5 0 1.000
Narleski. Indians ... 3 0 1.000
Lablne. Dodgers .... 3 0 1.000
Dry sdale, Dodgers ..3 0 l-uoo
Gross, Redlegs 3 0 1.000
Tode Encanto J25 .75
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"Great Diamond Robbery"
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Chaps. J 4
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Al Lopez Feels
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HIGHEST MP PISTOL SCORER Captain Donald G. Barger
(center), provost marshal and commanding officer, 516th MP
Platoon (Svc), Quarry Heights, receives the Provost Marshal
USARCARIB High Score Pistol Trophy from "Col." Joseph R.
Walton," provost marshal,,' USARCARIB. Captain Barger fired
the highest score among military police personnel participate
ing in the recent USARCARIB pistol match (Panama area).
The trophy is retained by the winner for one year and sub subsequently
sequently subsequently rotated to the highest scoring MP the following
year. Permanent possesion may be gained by winning the
trophy for three consecutive years. Looking on; is ,MSgt.
James E. Cavanaugh, president of the Military Police Associa Association,
tion, Association, Panama area. (UU.S. Army Photo).
Sense Of Pace Makes
Arcaro Best, Stakes
Rider Of All Time
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) Horsemen
agree- that a jockey s mosi price price-i.
i. price-i. Pift .is the ability to "rate 1
horse so that be won't wear him
m,-littu'' man with such a tal
ent is i.airt to "have a stopwatch
in his head." All the great ona
bad it from Tod Sloan on; down
the picket line r- nd the racing
mtpn.itv holds that this is the
main factor in separating rths
men front the other mites;
,rhi pn of nace is 1 what
made Eddie Arcaro the greatest
stakes rider of aU uma. c "uf
i .('. ;
vl- There's No Question.
' -. --'.'v't. '". t i"'1
Of 'that there can be no 'ques 'question.
tion. 'question. Arcaro led the stakes win-
nin icwkev for 10 vears. For six
straight years, fram 1950 through
iq Ka scored more stakes tri
umphs than any other little man
The major reason, they'll tell
vnu around horse highway, was
because of his ability to "rate"
So Saturday, at old .Pimlico,
Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons watched
as .ddie was ; boosted aooara
Ruler for the Preakness. Then the
vtprin trainer told him:
"Just let him go.. Eddie, don't
try to rate him." him."-Ha
Ha him."-Ha mipht have added:
''Just be sure you don't fall
In Rocking Chair
RormiKM with Eddie sitlica Ut
thers as if he was in a rocking
chair. Bold Ruler took the bit in
his teeth and ran the mile ana
three-fiixteenth race all by him-
solf. The colt led from fate to
wire ana caaie jusi nexa- uio
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reins 7 and fetched him a lew
whacks now and then to keep his
mind on his business as Bold
Ruler took the run for the black black-eyed
eyed black-eyed susans by a fat two lengths.
"It proves that I lost the-Kentucky
r Derby by trying to rate
him," Eddie admitced after it was
over5 "The colt has a tender
mouth. When I triea to hold hira
in at Churchill Downs I hurt bim
and hei simply lost, interest and
wouldn'i run.'':1 'f 'f ;;. : "';'.-.
: iAj -.f'-r-t".''!?,' w'w
Ti HorseTsen' agreeithat the? YDlilty
to f'rate" a horse makes a great
jockey. But with the likes of Bold
Ruler! Arcaro feels like a motor motor-man
man motor-man on an escalator' W-J-t'- :'T,-.
Fori Art Houlleman
. By TIM MORIARTY
Art Houtteman, who pitched on
ly 51 innings for the Cleveland
Indians since 1955, was promised
plenty of work today by his new
manager, Paul Richards of the
"Houtteman will be starter with
us," said the Orioles' boss. "I'lH
have him in the bullpen a couple
of times first, though, because he
nasn t done much pitching this
True to. "his promise, r Richards
dispatched Houtteman to the bull
pen when be arrived in B a 1 1 i-
more just, before last night's
game with the Kansas Citv Ath
letics, He warmed up when the
A's got two men on with only one
out in tne sixtn inning, hut Con
me Johnson Ditched out of the
jam to preserve a 2-0 shutout vic
tory;;.-..; Ay;,V;':-. ; v
In two other major deals yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the Indians signed veteran
first baseman Eddie Robinson as
a free agent and the Washington
Senators purchased utility infield-
er itocKy bridges On waivers
from the Cincinnati Redlegs.
To make room for Bridges, the
Senators optioned shortstop Lyle
Luttrell to Seattle of the Pacific
Cosst Lesgue, while the k Orioles
sent southpaw pitcher Don Ferra Ferra-rese
rese Ferra-rese to Vancouver of the same
The Brooklyn Dodgers, mean-
while, acknowledged they still sre
wung xoc a ngnt-taanded pinch pinch-hitter.
hitter. pinch-hitter. They only have one at the
moment Charley NeaL
Look Into This
WEST POINT. N.Y. (UP)
Here's something the Nsvy should
A group of -sailors" from the
Military Academy defeated the
Hudson River Yacht Racing Assn.
in a yacht rsce on the Hudson
River Sunday, 1M2.
LINCOLN, Nek. The Univer University
sity University ef Kansas scared 160 points
to win their ruth consecutive Bi
seven (inference outdoor track
and field championskip.
STOOCHOUf, Swedes Inge Inge-mar
mar Inge-mar Johanntoa of Swedes re retained
tained retained his European hesvywe.j:h
r himrioTubiji with s fifth rmind
Vwsowt ever Englasd's Hecry
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, By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK1, May 31 (UP)
Ai Lopez leeis nis iirst-piace
ChicaEo White soxwiil '"run"
themselves right into the World
."This is the fastest club- I've
ever seen and I honestly v think
we can beat the Yankees,", said
the Chicago skipper. v '"' ":
So far this season, the White
Soxr have: lost all threa d games
they played against the- Yanks.
They're here now to meet the
world champs m a two-game se
ries. ff-Si-'''' ywir4:.'i-t f
"We iust oult hittln?' at. the
time the Yankees beat us those
three games in Chicago Al ado
ea. r -uut mere s notnmg t jyroag
with our ban Ciub ngnt now.";
overall, tne White sox nav
won 18 of their 25 games, includ
ing their last' seven in a row,
and they t lead the American
League race by two games. Lo
pez insists speed is the thing that
: "We've won several games on
our speed alone," he pointed
out. "Fellows like Luis Apari Apari-eio,
eio, Apari-eio, Nellie Fox, Minnie Minoso,
Jim Rivera Bubba Phillips and
Jim Landis can really get down
that line. And Larry Doby is no
slouch, either.. ;No one is slow
on the club except the catcher
(Sfaerm Loilar)." ;
Lopez said air spring that he
felt the Yankees could be beaten
this year and he has seen notn-
ing to make him recant. ;
"Everyone gets the idea the
Yankees are an. invincible club,",
he said. ''Well, they're a fine club
and they have a great manager
but they're not unbeatable by
any means. '., 1
'The Yankees' pitching has
been a lot better, than what I
thought it would be. but their
hitting hasn't been so-good."
Lopez nas no complaints witn
his own pitching so far. '1
- "Jim Wilson has been doing a
whale of a job for us," he said.
"He's throwing more knucklers
than he used to and he's got
three shutouts already. ; There
hasn't been anything wrone el
ther with the pitching Of Billy
Pierce,' Jack Harshman and Dick
Donovan. They've all pitched
good ball but I think they'll pitch
even better. Ana tms Bin riscner
has- turned out to be a surprise
ingly goodkldn -, .Jteiuift
t3lf the Wmte Sox have any ;
noticeable weakness, L o pes
says, it's their relief pitching.
Compared with the Cleve
land : club he ( managed, last
year, AI says his current White
Sox are much faster and have
a better defense, but the pitch
ing staff isn't as good, especial especially
ly especially the bullpen crew. l
In any case. Lopez disagrees
with those who view the White
Sox present first-place estate as
a temporary thing.
HA lot of those people (Who
think it's a temporary thing may
get something 01 a surprise oy
the end of the season," said the
White Sox skipper, without any
show of cockiness. -': v
"Speed is a big thing in this
game ana wnen it comes to run running,
ning, running, we don't have to take a
back seat to anyone."
Stock Car Race
MARTINSVILLE, Va. tUP)
r ive persons were injured, one
critically, when a stock car
crashed over a concrete retaining
wall and into a group of specta spectators
tors spectators during the second annual
"Virginia 500" Sunday at the Mar
Alvm Helsabeck, 10, of German-
ion, N.C., suffered a fractured
skull when be was struck by a
piece of concrete knocked from
the retaining wall by a car driv
es by Bui Myers of Germ ant on,
'The other victims were treated
for minor injuries. Track officials
said they, had been 'in a section
where they had no business."
4 The accident occurred on the
432nd lap of the scheduled 500 500-lsp
lsp 500-lsp event and .track officials halt halted
ed halted the event at the end of the
lap. v Buck' Baker of Charlotte.
N.C, driving a 1957 .Chevrolet,
was the winner.,, ,V .
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NATIONAL LEAGUE ;
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St. Louis .... 4
New York ....
Chicago ; ...
t TODAY'S GAMES
. New York at Chiraco "'
Brooklyn at Cincinnati' (N)
Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N).
Brooklyn v 200 102 401in 11 '1
St: Louis 100 001 020 4 11 2
Drysdale (3-0). Labine and
"Only game scheduled.
Leagu Meeting Set
For Margarita Gym
One of th mrtst imnnrl-ant moot.
ings prior to the June 17 opening
of the Atlantic Basketball League
will be held at the Margarita
gymnasium on Monday,, nigh t,
May $7. The final rosters will be
submitted for approval and any
necessary changes for the pur
pose of providing balance to the
league will be made. -.
1 In order that near-final .plans
can be made after this meeting,
all icterested persons are urged to
attend. The league officials, with
the approval of all, will endeavor
to fit out four teams that will pro provide
vide provide for a good Margarita Basket Basketball
ball Basketball League, for. 1957. 7 -'
' The league once, again invites
and urges all players and man managers
agers managers alike) to attend v Monday
night's meeting. 'Anyone who can cannot
not cannot attend the meeting and would
like to be included on a team ros roster!
ter! roster! or bffero constructive v sugges suggestions
tions suggestions may do so by calling Trevor
Simons at 3-1833 or 3-2520' prior
to May 27, . I
(PA-C) INTERNATIONAL RACING authorities discuss ths
successful Firestone tire test recently completed on the famed
Monza, Italy, speed oval in preparation for the 500 MiguVdl
Monza June 29. Left to right: Gaiseppl Baccigalappi, Diree-
tor 'of the Antodromc dl Monza; Pat O'Connor, Firestone tire
test driver and on of the ten American drivers ta compete
in the June 29 classic'' W.-R. McCrary, Field Director at tha
Firestone Racing Division, and Daane Carter, President United
:.. States Automobile Club.
All the wonders, intimacy, boldness of Paris' mldnlte -life!,..
Its fabulous shows and women!... it's thou-'
' sands of pleasures and thrills!... It's naughty 1 It's sexy!
aw" 4m .r .
i s 1
PARIS IN THE RAWJ Absolutely Not Tor Chndrta!
NUDITY in PAHIS
TT.t. an encore perfonraTx1?
h'.': s teen bm'-r'-.t t
Cuer! admjios ri ;
a AMERICAN LEAGUE
I Chicago v
. 18 7
. 17 10. .630
. ,17 10 ,630
.; 16 15 .516
V 1 15 15 .500
- ,.13 18 .419
v 1 1 .... .
. 8 24. -250 13 'i
- 'TODAY'S GAMES;' ''
Cleveland at Boston.
Chicago at New York.
Detroft at Baltimora (N)
. K. City at Washington (N) --
wJ x 1000000001,4
Washington ; J00 000 0012 7
i;ary i2-5))Aber and House.
Ramos 3-2) and Berberet.
' (Night Game) i
Kansas City 000 000 000 0 2
Baltimore 000 001 01x 2 8
Garver (2-3), Trucks ,tmi,
Johnson (2-4), and Trlandos.
Cleveland at New York 1 "
Chicago at Boston 1
BALTIMORE Bold. Rujer, with
Eddie Arcaro up, aefeated Iron
Liege by two lengths to win the
8) st Pitakness Stakes at Pimlico.,
' ;NEW YORK-JovTal Jove cap cap-tured
tured cap-tured the $23,250 Wilson Handicap
at, Jamaica by two and a;half ',
CAMDEN, N.J W Darby 'Dan
Farm's : Evening -Time v finished 4
with a rush to win the sixth run
ning of the Betsy itoss Stakes at
Garden State ParK. v ,-
" PHOENIX' ,Ariz. Jim ; Brewer,
a high school enior nole-vaulted
15 feet inch, the first high,
school student ever to clear 15
feet. , .
TUESDAY, MAT 2l, 1957
THE PANAMA 'AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
llalikrs PrMictlprrOh fflumberfo Robl I rue
anzce. risht. tried to throw a right
I cross but succeeded word In preventing his opponent from
i'seeing whaf tip in the annual Shrine'. Circus t..Mcdinah
MTtmple in Chicago-. Battling for tho Utlo of "Chimp Chump, i
'the" slugger! had spectators roaring. They had their own
' simian handlers, two of whon carried the loser out. iCnimjNi
! are members of the Bertram Mill Troupo.j
Jankus, Smith McGowan
In Juvenia Semifinals
Th quarterfinals of the 1 9 57
Juvenia Invitational .Wacth Tour Tournament
nament Tournament at the Summit Hill; Quit
"Club were- completed ; yesterday
For the most part the favorites
i v cane out on uv
them got a lot more competition
V twiu. f the. 24 Diayers re-
I 'maining Id the men's flights are
from Summit, five ranama,
Amador, and three Panama play play-,ers
,ers play-,ers remain in the tournament.
In 1 the championship flight,
Summit advanced two ly
Jack. Smith, who defeated J. H.
Jcge, in the upper bracket,
nd3, and George who got
past Pres Trim, 2 and U S in 1th
will meet-Tony Jankus ofGam ofGam-..
.. ofGam-.. in thA nnDer bracket and Ki-
jVy takes .on' C. McGowan o
Janara m the lower bratket.
Gene Askew-is the' only vSum-
L.U Dlo.rar lirft- 111 th first flight.
He defeated Jack Hammond, also
of Summit, one up. Summit is
...r of. having a finalist 1ni he
ZTnnA fiieht with J. m: Stuart
Tii inMan battling' it
l uu : i
tfm-honor in the semi-imais.
i;k .iioKf This can come DOUt
v t iSlovrar run beat K. L.
1 vim ni. rinauia -r
1 .fi set Dast Wi D.Good win
k.of Amador.' ''
rmlt player left in the third flight
. ti til a touidn vnimucuw
'VVAAope of ;Gamboa.' ;;
A wtFER BEATS CALL
f. t ft t ,--t'.'.'- ... :- 'l ; ,'
"Tnoria a mild uo set In the
' women's' championship flight when
Bev JDilfer defeated Katie Call, 5
nrt r.Kade, found the weight of
atrokea too heavy to carry
the smooth swinging uev,
i .i !.. i
f There l a possimiuy.
iimmiL. iiiiniB xii, --
? f. i Results. of OuartartinalS v
J r 'Championship FII9M --v'
v' --v' Uppr Bracket
Tony Jankus defeated Tommy
Jacks, 5 and 3
Jaclr'Smith defeated J. H. Jag-
: Lewer- Bracket ','
C. S. McGowan defeated Jim
HihkhvX r h ... v
George Riley defeated Pres
Tfim, 2 and 1 :; ; ;
" First Flight
S. ; ,Scbegal defeated R.j H.
CelUnsand - -
Bill LeBrun defeated Vince
Lombroia, 2 and 1
Gene Asuew defeated Jack
Hammond, 1 up
MrvT Reall Hpfrntpd Mar
f-k.4.i.k 1 rw1 5 I Fifth Flight
, 1 ' W. D. Goodwin (Amador) vi J.
' Second Flight; L. Spaulding (Summit)
' Uppr Bracket T": W. R. La Chape lie (Smmit
H. S. Engelke defeated Bart John Salterio (Summit)
Elich, S and 4 ; Woman's Championship Flight
Gua Kosik' defeated Walter Ruth Lincoln vs Bev Dilfer
Grow, 1 up -r Sylva Carpenter vs 'Louise
- --.Lower Bracket Jones
- J. M. -Stuart defeated B. Duf- First Flight ;
(us, S and-4 I Carol Perantie vs Mar hi
Ted Jordaa dcleated Howard Brewster
' J.- F. Cain defeated S. L. Hen Henry,,
ry,, Henry,, 2 and 1-; "-
J. Mi Terry defeated Walter
Parker, 4 and 3
Charles Sorrell won by default
over Don Parr
Lower Bracket '
K. L. Bivin defeated Fred
Hayes, 1 up ,
fl. G.; Gavras defeated R. L.
Hughes,, 1 up
1. ,j Fifth Flight
y. ,': Uoser Bracket
W. D.f Goodwin defeated Steve
n,'ll 1 I V ....:
J, L. Spaulding defeated R. J.
Reese; 1 up t- ( -Lower
W. R. LaChapelle defeated
C. Lincoln, and) 4 m -.)
itJohn-. Salterio defeat ed Bud
Coleman, 2 and 1
V Women's Championship 1
, i Upper Bracket:-:., :;1
Ruth Lincoln defeated Connie
Bishopj-'4-nd -il "v--t,"-.' v x
Bev Dilfer defeated Katie Call,
5 and 4 -f-:-
Lewar Bracket ; -!
; Sylva .Carpenter defeated Rudy
Muger, 1 up Oii i
Louise Jones defeated
Hughes, 't up -: ei Vsj-U-: v
J -.7-'4' First "Flight fV-.-l'
.rV -"- Upepr Bracket
Carol Perantie defeated Wilma
Biley, '1 up-j fik :-.
Martha Brewster defeated La La-Nelle
Nelle La-Nelle Logan, 5, and lUlff.it?
V7 r ; LoweW'Bracker
Elizabeth Weber, defeated Tonl
Fears, 3 and 1 -i. : 1
l B. J. Nelson defeated Peg Mon Mon-tanyei1
tanyei1 Mon-tanyei1 3 'and'. 2 v r
,-v Pairings tor Semi-finals i
' Championship Flight
.Tony Jankus (Gambpa), vsMack
Smith (Summit), V : .,- '-4
C; S. McGowaa (Panama).
George Riley (Summit). v,r ;
X. -r. U" First Flight : -
S. I. Schlegal (Amador Vs Bill
Gene Askew Summit) va Har Harvey
vey Harvey Beall (Panama) y
" Secona Flight
H. S. Engelke (Gamboa) vs Gus
Kosik (Amador) -J.
M. Stuart (Summit) vs Ted
N. A. Hone (Gamboa) va Ken
Bennett (Summit) 4.
C. A. Arm an (Panama) y
F. Cain (Amador
..- Fourth Flight
J. M Terry (Summit)
Charles Sorrell (Summit)
K. L. Bivin (Panama) va J.
Cops 6th Game
' NEW YORK. May 2W(UP)
Not many baseball, scores back,
Bucky Walters remarked about
Humberto Robinson; "He could
become another Ewelt Black Black-well."
well." Black-well." Today the New YorK ol
ants' pitching coach's prediction
iooks as 11 it mignt come true. ;
- A lanky riKht-iiander from C"
loa, Panama, Robinson huned a
brliuant iive-httLer to- give tm
Toronto Maple Leafs a 7-U vie-1
tory over the Kochester Red
Wings Monday night, t, .s
It was Kobinsous sixth Tic
tory, making him the Interna International
tional International .League's w i n 11 ingest i
pitcher, and pushed the Leafs
to within a half game vf the
The six-toot, one Inch, 1 150 150-rjounder's
rjounder's 150-rjounder's nitchine gem and Jack
Daniel's sixth homer .highlighted
Toronto's- uoubleheader sweep
over Rochester, 7-0, 3-2. Daniel's
homer xame in the seventh In
ning of the nightcap and was the
eame-winnine blow. ..t :
Havana stretcnea its nome
afanrt nHn etrAalr t.A av flimnincr
Richmond, 4-3, 4-0. Orlando Pe
na, in relief, of Joe Hatten, won
tne opener ior tne cuDans ana
Mlguei cueche pitched a snappy
f our-nitter to taice the mgntcap.
John James and Jim Post were
charged with the losses that
dropped Richmond Into, a .tie
with Buffalo, which was rained
out of a twin bin witn Montreal
Jackie Brown, though tlrtag
in the last two innings,, hurled
his second straight complete
game victory a seven-hit, 5 5-3
3 5-3 win over MiamL
The Columbus flreballer blank
ed the Marlins over the first
seven innings, but yielded : two
runs in tne eientn ana a nomer
to Haywood Sullivan, recently
optioned to Miami by tne Boston
Red Sox, in the ninth, ,, 7. r
The standing ana iwesscores
m ..'..! Mil .11111 1 111. 11 11 .i.iih.i,. ......n m
Miami ., k,
Havana v .. ..
Rochester 4 4,
86 ... Vi
15 18-, 455r.4'i
14 1J .,,424 AVx
12 19 J87')64
,581 j, V2
, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
.V.-r -.(first Garnet .'
Rochester 000 000 0000 6 1
Toronto -000 102 40x 7 1
Markell, Greason (7), Bowman
(8) and Teed;, Robinson and Ro Ro-selli.
selli. Ro-selli. yj.t -),
'i-iis!f-! ? ,(Seeond Game)
Richmond v 000 000 000--0 '41
Havana v 000 100 21x 4 9 0
- Post, Dixon (7) and watlingt
ton; Cueche and Garcia. LP:
Post. HR: Alvarea. lr tr
; 'w (First Game)r t. -.,
Richmond : 002 001 03 7 0
Havana 002 010 14 7 1
- Wiesler, James (8) and Cnltl;
Hatten; Pena (6) and Izquierdo.
WP; Pena. LP: James.
Rochester 000 200 03 0
Toronto : 'K V 002 000 13 10
Blaylock and Shantz: Johnson,
Tlffenauer (H and St, Cl.lre.
WP: Tlffenauer. HR: Daniels. 1
Columbua '. 120 000 002---3 11 0
Miami 000 000 021 3 7 0
Brown and Kravitz; Conley,
Hunsinger (2), sermproch (2),
Paige (8) and Sullivan. LP: Con
ley. HR: Sullivan. ,,,
N orris Hits
1st Boxing Snag:
:Con7 Buy Fight
... By HARRY GRAYSON ,' A deliclously rotund Archie
v ''!' ..,'.,;. . Moore is appearing in Germany
NEW YORK (NEA) Jim instead of defending the lhrht lhrht-Norria
Norria lhrht-Norria sat in a box seat at the heavyweight leadership' against
Kentucky Derby and mused, ll rony Anthony in Detroit, June
like horses better than lighters.
You can breed horses. I use
fighters just to keep my arenas
busy," ;' .
There, have been times when
close observers suspected that
Norris felt Just that way about
the beak busting business. Big
Jim war reminded of the quote
when he made the latest of his
Infrequent visits to his Madison
Square Garden offices.
, Yes, I certainly did 1
say it," he
7, probably never will do 175
pounds again. '
Sugar Ray Robinson persists in
putting off the big one with Car Carmen
men Carmen Basllio f until 'September.
Sought for a match with Hogan
Kid Bassey, Cherif.Hamla was
located In Algeria, from where
the dimpled darling said he
couldn't be ready, by June 7.
r Norris was a bewildered man.
. "So I'm a monopoly," he said.
"Well, I'm 10 much of a monopo
admitted. "I was at Churchill iy that I can't get a manager
Downs on Derby Day. If I was at (D'Amato) who owes me $16,000
to come arouna Ana even taik to
a boxlne show or a hockey srame.
I'd say 1 liked that particular
Prize fighting under Norris fi finally
nally finally has reached the stage
where the promoter no doubt
wishes he could breed fighters.
With, all his millions, he can't
breed a heavyweight, champion
snio match or any otner- una
of a decent fight, for JJhat mat matter
ter matter -"-." ,1.'. r
A Federal iudre found the In
ternational Boxinr Club frailty of
violating the anti-trust laws, Cus
O'Amato, manager of Floyd Pat-
terson, flatly refuses to talk with
Norris. tells all who will listen
that he has had a bad influence
on The Game. 1
me about taking 40 Der. cent of
everything in a heavyweight
championship match. I can't fill
a television date for June 7."
As Norris talked, you sot the
impression that be was in a )am
and a bad one for the first time
since he. took over the Mike Ja
cobs organization. Until now, his
wallet always won for him.-But
pow even this, Ian t helping..
JNorrls has been prettv much
of an absentee promoter. Wakitig
tmngs worse, ne is not surround
ed by the smartest neople in the
world. Now Jthe .faltering IBO is
without the big June outdoor
show which in former years
made ringworms forget about
pugilism's troubles and start
clamoring for good seats again.
Norris, who sat In his Coral
Gables, Fla., home too lone, now
arrives at the principal, base of
his far-flung boxing empire and
finds himself in the same spot as
a school kid who didn't study and
has to take a stiff examination.
Carr, 1 tip
' Third Flight
1 W. A. Hope defeated
Thomas, 4 and 3
Ken Bennett defeated
Bell, 2 and 1
- C A. Annan defeated
Kirtley. 4 and 3
Elizabeth Aeber vs B. J. Nel
son - -.
All semi-finals matches must
H. M.lbe completed by six o'clock Sun
day evemne Mar 26. Hatches
P. M may be played at any time dur during
ing during the week but if players can-
j not agree upon a convenient time
J. W. 1 then 130 Sunday morning wiQ be
'the official starting time.
DIANE BICKET 1 Crfetotatt
sprint star 51 free style win
ner in the three school meets.
Doable, winaer tn the IN free
style, toeing only ece te BaJ
boa 'a Mart ranees Teeker.
"They say I killed the small
clubs," he said. "That's not true
and you know it. It was television
that killed the small clubs Did
not television ruin the minor
baseball leagues? So what did
I do? Kill minor league baseball,
on TV iighte ... hell, I'm In
enough trouble with the govern government
ment government now. Who am 1 to tell peo people
ple people that they can'tr televise
Under the part-time aegis .of
Norris, boxing has reached a
state of 'near total collapse. If
they keep seeing the same old
faces on television, even- the free
loaders will give up on the busi business.
ness. business. 1
Perhaps the break with Flovd
Patterson and this first frustrat frustrating
ing frustrating period will wake up Jim Nor
ris as a light promoter. 1
The dodge certainly: -could'tise
a ive one, K. -
; -. ,;.,.u .
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Bold Ruler Now
Horse To Beat
In Belmont Race
BALTIMORE (UP)-Bold Ruler
hiped up today as me norse o
' beat in next monw s ueimom
s- Stakes now that trainer Sunny
. Jim Fitzsimmons has found a
way to ease the presure on the
young coit s tenner mourn
. Few persons In the crowd of
32,858 at Pimlico Saturday no
ticed r piece ot cioin uea u me
bit in Bold Ruler's mouth when
the Whettter -Stable whis gal
loped to two-length victory in
tha PrOifcwftsr J5tafcs,- em -wis
atrin ol.caiiz&. Dlaved' sn impor-
-' Because no cut his tongue' as a
yearling; the son of Nasrullah has
been a tough horse to rate. As
FiUsiramons explained, "If you
rut too much pressure on his
mouth, it hurts him.".
" So before the Preskness, Sunny
'Urn cut a narrow strip of cloth
from a leg bandage and tied one
iend of it to the bit. The string
circled. Bold Ruler's mouth, hold-
lng his tongue in place, and was
tied on, the outside of the bit.
w "It helped eke. the pressure
off his mouth and put it oo his
jaw," the 82-year-old trainer said.
, 1UO VCIIUUlii, U1UH JCITCI UI Ul
'Triple Crown, is the next major
objective for Bold Ruler, who
blew his chance-of scoring a Tri Triple
ple Triple Crown, sweep when he was
fourth in the Kentucky Derby.
But hisv Preakaess triumph
amashed I1 chances of Iron
liege, the Kentucky Derby win winner,
ner, winner, becoming the ninth horse to
'win each of the three year old
Iron liege was lucky to ssve
second place from the fast clos clos--
- clos-- ing Inside Tract and never was
able to threaten Bold Ruler, who
was permitted to run all the way
..with a minimum of pressure on
The Preakness was the seventh
Stakes triumph for Bold Ruler and
tha winner's purse of $65,250 in in-'
' in-' crossed his lifetime earnings -to
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Along The Fairways
r. KaUe Call, with a net 67, is -the
medalist for the Women's Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Handicap Tournament which
is beginning this week at Fort
Davia. The first round must be
completed by Sunday, May 26, 6
p.m. Tljis is tha line-up for the
Katie Call vs Margaret Dalton
Mary Biggs vs Helen Owens
Ethel Perantie VS Lee Knuth
Connie Bishop vs Wilms Riley
Louise Reynolds vs Erlene Di
Ruby Kruger vs Frances Two-
Marg Sewell vs Holly HoUowell
Louise Jones vs Dorothv
Thn niav ia mitrh nlav with
three-quarters the difference- be between
tween between the handicaps. The players
may arrange matchea at thir
convenience but in case no agree agreement
ment agreement is reached, the official tee tee-off
off tee-off time is 9:30 Sunday, May 26.
xweniy-iour players entered the
regular PWfiA tmu-nemnt h.U
Fort Davis last Katiirrlav Pwr.A
president Katie Call turned in a
i i or low gross score of tha day.
This excellent low score earned
her medalist's place in the corn corn-ins
ins corn-ins Handican tournament Vth-l
Perantie and Marian Mallory tied
wUk 4Af .
wiiu iv a iot urn jw net
utner net winners were:
Mary Biggs 72
Maggie Dalton 73
Connie Bishop 73
Lee Knuth 74
Helen Owens 74
Wilms "Riley 77
Marg Sewell 78
.Erlene Dials 79
Louise Jones 7
Thanks to the generosity of Na National
tional National Distillers a bottle of Castle
Club Gin and a bottle of Agewood
were among the prizes. Ethel Pe Perantie
rantie Perantie chose, for her low net
prise, the bottle of House of Lords
Scotch given by Jack Sen or. Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Airways added two kit
bags te the prises selected by the
Ft. Davia PWGA representstive.
We appreciate these gifts.
ine regular June tournament is
planned for the Panama Gelf
Oub. It will be a luncheoa meet meeting
ing meeting with the awarding of prizes
for the Handicap tournament. i
Barcelona Herb Flam ef
Beverly Hills. Calif.. defeateJ
Anetralias Mervyn fcose te ep-
ture the Imeraatiocki Count of
Cede teanir tournaaenL
a 24-year-old teacher easily ant j
distanced his eorai.e'BMosi te wis
tne national AAU Marathon ia
2 hours, 24 minutes serooda
H1 Sl'LPHLR SPRINGS.
W.Va EJ. (Ouuh) Hm'on
abet or S-uorler-psr ? te the
Sam Snetd Golf Ftsuval wit a
LfeATE TOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUB OFFICES AT 13-37 "H KTKEET, PANAMA MBHEKIA PREC1ADOT Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. "DE FUBLICAC10NE9 No. 3 Lottery Flaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 43 o LOURDES FHARMACV 182 I Carrasqnilla o FARMAC1A LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2S "U" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. 1 St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TJvoll No. 4 FABMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 1S4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. da le Oaea Ave. Me. 41 e FOTO DOM1T Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Farque Lofcvro f Street7 FARMACIA "SAS" Via Forraa 111 0) MOVED ABES ATHI3 Bcaldc
tna Bella Vtata Theatre. s i , i v s 1 t w i i
FOR SALE: Two Hillman iMuiky.
. low mileige, exceptionally good
j,'buys,v 1956 modeloi. For-infor-
nation call Tel. 3-4568, 8 a.m.
12 noon, 2-5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth 4
y Plaza 4 door sedan.' Automa
tie transmission, ocollent con-,,
' dition. 17,000 miles. Will con-,
voider alder car in trade, Call.;
: Balboa 2-1744. ,v
FOR SALE: Studebakar. 1956,
210 h.p., extras, 9000 miles.
Phone Balboa 1716.
FOR SALE: '53 Chevrolet Bel
air, chrome and 1 paint, like)
new. Asking $1,000.00. Phono
FOR SALE s 1951 Chevrolet Do
Lux- 4-door, low mileage, new
rubber, clean throughout; A-1
condition. 5341 -A Diablo, 1 1-1733.
1733. 1-1733. FOR SALE: 1952 Da Soto. 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, fully equipped, good con condition.
dition. condition. Mr. Grots, Panama 3 3-0010
0010 3-0010 Ext. 12; evening! 3-6958.
Beit offer.' !- -.,,3, ?
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 4.
door DaLuxa, radio, excellent
eendition, $750.00. Call Al Al-broek
broek Al-broek 6237 or 5133.
FOR SALE: Four 14) 1952
Fordt, 4-door Sodana, blacky
Cuitomline, in lot or individual individually.
ly. individually. Cars may be seen st entrance
of gate, Balboa Oil Handling
Plant, between 7:00 a.m. and
4:00 p.m Sealed bids may bo
aent to Esse Standard Oil, S. A..'
P. O. Drawer 2014. Balboa, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone,
Mr. Pontiac t Cadillac owner
why don't you have a certified
service. Garage Johnston 'look
after your repairs and,,' main,
tenancef. Phono 456-A,. 16th, :
Melendes, adjoining Clva do Co Colon,
lon, Colon, S. Av v-r-.-' v? v -":
FOR SALIi-15 MorcuryJM,.
7 ClairV bard top Wl walli, fully,
oquipped, $2,300.00. v, Phono
" Criitekal 3-2775.
FOR SALEr 1957 Chevrolet
Do Luxe Sedan, W.S.W.. 2 2-tone,
tone, 2-tone, 3,000 miloi, like new,
$1975. Phono Balboa 2744 or
inquire 05 99. A, Bayana St.,
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4-door
Sedan,' groan. $1,100. Phono
Curundu 3121 or house 579 579-H.
H. 579-H. TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packets Shippers Movers
Phonos 22451 2:2562
Learn' Riding at
PANAMA" RIDING SCHOOL
Riding ft- Jumping Clasaes dairy
3 te S p.m. Phono 2-2451
at by appolutmeot.
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama M552
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th Street
across from Lux Theatre
Hours 9:N a.m. to 12:
3:N p.m. te :M p.m.
TeL Panama 3-3272.
With F 1.2 Lens
PaaasBi -. 14. Xerk
CALLS TILL 10:00 pjru
(All week gmaraateeel)
MOTORAL SALES a SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
TLARGbST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS AND T.V. SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. : INVERSIO INVERSIO-'
' INVERSIO-' NES GENE RALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38.
, FOR SALE -Great BVifain and
. Brithh Colonies stamps at 1-3
catalog, 5th Straat No. 743,
' Panama City. P. O. Box 152.
. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX'. 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX.
Conies From Behind
To Cop Golf Tourney
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
W.Va. (UP)-E. J. (Dutch) Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, who has been a professional
golfer since 1930, posted "one of
the best rounds in my life" in
his come-from-behind-victory in
the Sam Snead Festival tourna tournament.
The towering Harrison came
through the final round Sunday
with a near-record 62 eight under
par to snatch victory by a two two-stroke
stroke two-stroke margin. :
Deadlocked for second place at
268 wre tournament host Sam
Snead and the young man who,
up to the final round, had threat threatened
ened threatened to take it all Paul Harney
of Worcester, Mass. i
Ben HoEan. huneerlns to win I
this one in nrenaration for the
National Open, just didn't have it
on the final round. The 45-year-
his back, ailing, "Just didn't pfay
good" and had to take's 71 for
a 269 totaL- This tied .him with
Peter. T fl f nt s B of Melbourne,
John Kelley Wins Wins-Another
Another Wins-Another Marallion;
To Represent U. 5.
YONKERS.'N.Y. fUPk- John
Kelley, probably the ilnest dis
tance runner; ever developed in
this country, indicated Sunday
he's m top form to represent the
United States in a race over, the
original marathon course in
Greece next August.
Kelley. the State Denartmnnt'a
choice to represent the United
States in an international race
over the historic route from Mar Marathon
athon Marathon to Athens, won the National
aau marathon by nearly a mile-
ana-a-nau bunaay. : ;
- i N
. The slender11 G r o t o n, Conn.,
school teacher covered : the 26 26-mile,
mile, 26-mile, 385 -.yard distance in 2
hours, 24 minutes, 5.2 seconds. He
was three seconds off tha course
mark of 2:24.02.2 he set in win winning
ning winning lsst year but probably would
nave Deiierea inai clocking if his
rivals had provided sharper com competition.
petition. competition. .
CRISTOBAL -y (
wet-season Skeet-ers earner!
confirmation and damp blessings
from Jupiter Pluvius by standing
kou wj Mwra.cia esis oi com combined
bined combined rain wind and delayed ac action
tion action targets, delighting dry norch
sportsmen ana tneir ladles, on
Lhand for Leo's luscious dinners,
wita ueir oispisy oi soppy scor
ing at last Wednesdav'a Criato.
oai ciud anotgunning. -
... .c -'
Walt Johnston, range manager,
and his able, all-weather assis assistant,
tant, assistant, Buck" LasUnger. using
12's, tied on top with 21," though
Joe Kueter set the pace for them
with his tinkling .410, which ac accounted
counted accounted for 18.. ; ,.
Wilts (Shorty) Schexnsjder
got a lew wrone answers irom bis
I educated 12. and downed 19
birds, while Frank Chollar trail
ed with a soggy 17. : ;. rif
Rones for a bright afternoon
keynote speculations oa the May
22 exercises, as practice as me
Cristobal traps Is definitely indi indicated
cated indicated for hooeful entrants In the
C.Z. State Shoot to be held here
on May 30 or June 1 and 2, tne
main sbotgunning event of tne
' INGLEWOOD, Calif. Heavily Heavily-favored
favored Heavily-favored Porterhouse essilv won
the S&.00 Los Angeles Handicap
st HoUywwH fark.
VIENNA Anstrslia' Davis Cup
irtar Lrw H"d detested Jarcslsv
Drobr.y of EfTr .n strais!u sets
te win the rrmUonai teems
toumitf.t of A
'FOR SALE-21 -inch taleviiion
apt. VG.l." consolotte. 2560
cycle. Phone Vavy 3433.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator rQuie- ;
f rax, 6.0-cycle, 7 ft ; porcelain."
Excellent condition, 19 months.
Sacrificing. Call Smith 2-6369
--47 m '4 P-1' MondayFriday.
FOR : SALE9 Frlgldaire 25 25-cycle,
cycle, 25-cycle, : $80.00. Electrolux Va-'
cuum cleaner, $35.00. Sofa-"
bed, ,$15.00. Sideboard- with
mirror, $12.00. Chair, $7.50.,
Phone Balboa 2-1782.
FOR SALE ; Konmore sewing
machine table modal, bait sew.
ing head. Buttonhole attach attachment!,
ment!, attachment!, Uied very little, $85.00.''
Boats b Motors
fOR SALE-12 foot- boat with
acceiioriat and 2 hp Elgin out outboard,:
board,: outboard,: Good condition. Racing
boaf and 5Vs hp Martin out outboard,
board, outboard, poor condition. All $200
or will sell isparataH. Call 87 87-3105.
FOR SALE -1 56" boat with
25 hp outboard, duel controla.
All like new. $575.00. Wilt fi fi-nanre.
nanre. fi-nanre. Balboa 2889.
1 1 i' '. .'.in'...
N E W S
klow f : 'l-.-'-.y i'."-?l
Awarded 10-Year Pin -1
i Miss: Doris Bleakley,1 daughter of
Mr., and Mrs.- W.:x. Bleakley? of
Balboa, was presented a ten-year
pin, denoting ten years of active
memoersnip m uin acommg.
the second annual Court of Awards
of Senior Troop 80, Girt Scouts of
the U.S.A., held last night at', the
Balboa' Girl Scout House.
Miss Bleakley attuned the' high-"
est rank? in Girl Scouting, the
Curved Bar, which: corresponds" to
the Eugle rank in Boy -Scouts,
while .an intermediate, scout and
has been, a Senior Service Scout
throughout her high school days.
Upon her 18th mrtaday she be
came eligible to serve as an assis-
Continues Tonight ;:
M Balboa J. Y. B.
The popular bi weekly" Know-
Your-Neiehbor series continues to
night, at 8 o'clock af the USO-
JWB Armed Forces Service Center.'-
; .C'.- .V...., ."- '... '.
The series is dedicated to the
Latin American countries and the
neighboring islands bordering or
not so-bordering the Republic of
Panama. The -series,, to be pre presented.
sented. presented. 'with films snd, st times,
lectures, is intended to. aid serv
icemen of the Canal Zone to bet
ter understand the customs and
vshies of these countries so that,
if and when a tourney is made
mere, tne tourists can more easi easily
ly easily and auickly adant themselves
to the surroundings snd to the en
joyment, cuitur&l snd social, to be
iouna mere. ;
Temsht s oroeram will h the
honeymoon and vacation-famed
uiands of Bermuds and Naaaau.
whose major occupation Is relax
Through the coooeration at Pan
American World Airways, at each
know.' your neighbor program,
three traveling bags will be given
away. ; :.- .-
Third Lecture vi
At 'Y'. Thursday
The third lecture la the Series
"The world's Greet Religions'
will be held st the Balboa Y.M.-C.A.-U.S.O.
on Thursday at 7:30
p.m. -'.v; it'
The Bev. Robert F; -Cussick,
pastor of the Redeemer -Lutheran
Church, will speak en the subject
"Confucianism and Taoism.
Rev. Gusskk, a graduate of
Concordia Seminary, St, Louis,
Mo also attended Butler Univer University
sity University and the Graduate Schol of
San Carlos University ia Guatema Guatemala
la Guatemala City. In addition to. pastorates
ia the United States, before com coming
ing coming to Balboa, be opened a Luth Lutheran
eran Lutheran mission in Guatemala.
There is no cbsrge for the lee lee-iure,
iure, lee-iure, to which the pubiie is invit
'.liV'M ,S'' - v
Would you like to own a lovely ;
t Chalet in Boquete? It was built
- last year in December and con- ',
, liiri of two porches (one in'
. front and the other in the back )
ample living-dining room, two ;
bedroom with cloieti, kitchen,
garage and sanitary service plus
hot and cold water,- Aluminalife
roof,, cement, tiles, double thick thick-neu
neu thick-neu plywood,' glass windows,
1000 square meter lot, level
land, grafted orangei in pro production,
duction, production, only 100 mstera from
-the highway, in B-oquete, Guada-
lupe diitrict, Write or speak fo
Luis : B.- do Arco, President of
Lioni Club, Box 108, .David,
Chiriqul, R, P,
WANTED: Small 'Angora cat,
white or gray. Phono 2-2011,
WANTED: North Americana
; wish ; te find employment for
1 V Automobile Row, first floot
tent UiiHa-'.n ...-if...
tant : leader and was assumed to
a urownie troop. Under her lead-
ersnip tne girls completed their
Tendferfoot. requirements and are
now ieady to 'Fly-up' fb interme intermediate
diate intermediate scouts. High among her am
oHions is me wisn to snare with
other girls her knowledge of scout scouting
ing scouting and she looks furwared to be becoming
coming becoming an active vo'unteer. Doris
will enter; nurse's -training sthi,
summer. ;.;,':- m ,.
, Thi ten-year pin and "also an ad ad-ult
ult ad-ult scout pin was presented by Mrs.
James G Kline, president of tne
Canal .Zone Scout Council, on be behalf
half behalf of the Council Miss Bleaklev
is but the seconed or third girl in
tne isnai zone to receive this pin.
Other awards presented were
Five Point Dins to the followinc
first year senior scouts signifying
completion Of the Five Point Pro Program:
gram: Program: -Sharon Booth, Mary Ann
Bowen, Nancy Clark, Patsy Fla Fla-tau,.
tau,. Fla-tau,. Kay Flowers, Alice Fairchild,
Dorothy. Griffin, Christine Huff,
Marion Sailer, Ruth Thompson,
Nancy Webster and Frances White.
Girls who completed the Child
Care training given by Mrs. Paul
Helton,, director of the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador Nursery School and who-received
bars as Child Care Aides
were: Carolyn Corn, Dorothy Rose,
aaonna miner,.,. Al'CS X aircmil.
Dorothy Griffin, Kay Flowers
Claudia Davis and Mickey Weiler.
- Office Aide training was- given
by Mrs. Roger Michel Mrs. Orlan Orlando
do Orlando Flye and Miss Jo An Johnson
snd girls who completed the trsin-
lng were: iMancy Ciark. Carolyn
Corn Florence Davis. Alice Fair-
child,' Kay Flowers; Martha Mil
ler. tggyMorgan, jJorouy Rose,
Ceci Eggleston, Barbara
Virginia Mauldin, Susan
Girls in the Mariner Patrol who
received their Mariner pins were:
Sharon Booth, Claudia Davis, Pat Patsy
sy Patsy Flatau, Christine Huff Marion
Sailer and Ruth Thompson. The
Midshipmite rating was earned, by
ClaurJia Davis. ;
Mrs. Hugh Al Casslbry was in in-vestej
vestej in-vestej as an assistant leader for
Troop 80. Service retro 1. Other
leader are Mrs. Roy D. Wilson,
Service Patrol; Mrs. John G. Carl Carlson.
son. Carlson. Mariner Patrol snd T-Sgt.
Russel' A. Valleau, consultant for
Parents and friends were on
hand to. see their uauehters ard
friends receive their awards.
To Be Resumed
With the return to" the Isthmus
of Harry Friedland. volunteer in
structor of bridge at Uie I. MJ n a
Armed Forces Service Cener.
classes will be resumed tonight at
The class is not limited either
ia number or ia experience. New
and interested psrticipsnts t are
welcome to Join the cii-
A special invitation i ndeJ
to members of the Arrred Torrr
snd their oVpewien's to rarlici rarlici-r:e
r:e rarlici-r:e ia the o-l
WANTED: Experienced Agen-,.
i cy-Saleiman,: Mutt : ipsak nj nj-liih
liih nj-liih and Spanish. Reference! re-
quired. Cia,' Irving Zapp,: S. A.'"
3lv Automovile Row, first floor.
US TELEVISION MEANS FINE
SERVICE TV service calls $2.50
-call before T p.m, for same day
service. SPECIAL any table mod model
el model or portable radio repaired
$4.50 plus parts. Phone 2-4616.
Nevv IP Cards For Dependents
Of Military Personnel Ready
i .git 4ft I 1 ,' "Jti-..s..".l.. -:jft -iy-VM-M- .fl.'"H.AV'-''--:-3' m
Dependents of military person personnel
nel personnel in the area for which U. S.
Army Caribbean has jurisdiction
may now obtain new privilege-i
dentification cards which will go
into -world-wide use July 1, Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean
announced this week...
- The new-card (Department of
Defense Form 1173) will' be is
sued to all dependents ten years
of age or older. It replaces the
miutary dependent identification
card (DD Form 720) -and privi privilege
lege privilege card (DA Form 999).
in addition to medical c a r e,
May Hall Progress
Al Missile Xenlerv
COCOA. FlaiMay 21 (UP) r
A Teamsters ; union., strike
threatened to halt -construction
work today at the .nation's blsr-i
gest guided missile center where
the earth', satellite will be
launched i J w ,
ADDroxlmatelv 500 members o!
wie union walked off their' ioby
and picket lines-were thrown ur
at the main gates of huge Pat-
ncic. Air Force Base.; rv Jr..' .;.
' ''l' S'-.V''-'' -7 ,t v;7' .' "'
Air Torce officials emphasized
the- walkout would not immedi immedi-aterly
aterly immedi-aterly interfere with the- testlnir
of top secret guided missiles at
the Cbftse. They would make nc
further comment.. i
'. '" i ;; ?:i ''.V'VV.
W." Hughes. president and
manager of Teamsters Locah79
said the strike was called after
contractors at the base refused
to give recognition, to the union.
He said i the Teamsters union
wss the only one not workinp
under contract at the -Air' Force
; WE NEED 2 TOP MEN! ; PART or FULtTIME!
;Ay have recently established a RegtoniLl office XtC
Panama for a large United States organization Our 'i
xpandihj: operations jn. Panama Jind the Zona re- ;
. qufre .the immediate employment of 2 men.. In-
interested in a well payinj;, part or full 'tjm'posi-'
; tion.- No;'. experience, necessaryt; Guaranteed salary
and commission. For particulars, write HMIV ''
mwa wvt raiiariia, r. r- -.. J-.. ,-
- '.'':.... t ',
' f i '- f 1 I
w..t. ,. : t ;
I f . I '- ,.r i ef
is : f
! n:- V
The stranre atorv of a
throorh a rnmbinatinn t borr
OF r TON." atarrirr Barbare Stan
)fn. I mon4 Borr, uls a fa'
arr.oulvirr.nr fory tn a e-rrrirr'T c
man snit w'-'e In a cln,T r t t
OF r..-IO- sons AT i I
keeper, must apeak English snd
Spanish. Apply Panama Radio
LOST Reward $500.00 Saturn
, of bracelet lost at Hotel Panama
during Carnival. No questions
" aiked. Tel. 2-3207, Mr. Morroll.
the newcards will y reflect com commissary,
missary, commissary, post, exchange snd thea theater
ter theater privileges.
. .. .... tV-.. j. ,
L 1 t'
In Puerto Rico, an f estimsted
35,000 persons,' dependents of act
tive or retired service personnel,
are eligible for these -cards.
.The now. card wilt not be hon honored
ored honored in the Canal Zone for de dependent
pendent dependent privileges; but it may
be used as identification f e r
medical care. However, depend-,
enfs should have the 'new 'card
in their possesviorr by July 1 in
order thst fhoy msy-be proper properly
ly properly identified, and, obtain privlleg-
.es should they, leave the Canal.
. Zone for any reason.
. The new card will include a
photo and a complete descrip
tion of the person's color of eyes
and hair, height and weight. ;
Canal Zone personnel may ap-
ply for the ; dependent Identifies-,
tion and privilege cards by. com-"
pleting the application blank (DD
Form 1771, one for- each depend depend-ertt
ertt depend-ertt tea years or older. ; 'i
A photograph I x i' and 5 -16 i
inches-must.be incuded with ap-
plication. Upon verfication of ap-.
plication, the privilege identifies-
tion ; card (DD Form 1173) will
be issued at the central pass of of-fice
fice of-fice at Cprozal. 'Dependents must
pe present at ine.uor uie new
cart-'isjssued. -',. "l
HATTIESBURG,'. Miss. (UP )'.,' )'.,'-Male
Male )'.,'-Male studens attended -classes at (
Mississippi Southern College i in
Bermuda shorts today, with ; the
whole hearted spproval of their f
dean of men.
Dean R. A. McLemore said Ber- -j
muds shorts are -"the most prac- :-
tical advance in men's wear since :
man abandoned knee britches. At
last men are catching up with
women in sensible dress."
woman wr i ld te trferdr-r'
dom irl iirbiluitt. "CRIME
r. 'u:t try of
T.ifnt 1 -f'e rt a
TUESDAY, MAT 21,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN WAN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TEERY AND THE PIRATES
( man i
BY GEORGE. WUNDER
'A l.if IF WE COMMUNISTS HOL)
VOTf MV(50N, COLONEL, THEY,
TTSSffff '4, A IN A POSITION TO
BlV?r(S',,'(n3 MAKE SEVERAL MOST
, "IS'VW INTERrSTINS OFFERS
THANK YOU FOR BRINGING ME WCWC5
COLONEL... NOW, PLEASE 1 WOULP
LIKE TO PC ALONE
B I J I ifI A
Alone in his STupy ;
THE DIPLOMAT FONPERS
FOR ALONG TIME.
Then, he makes several
' .YES, TONIGHT. THE )
MATTE It IS URgENT.y
FRECKLES AND BIS FRIENDS
-r V- W tf
8jr MTRR1LL BL08SE3
, Pun moosp, we've- A was counting
ALfcEADV SEEN "W L oM BEING
MOVIE? AT THE DRIVE- COMFY IM
- IN ArVEUiWElb I THE CAR
VrHoSC REGULAR- 1 Tvto,PLEASEl''
THEATRE SEATS APE S i-
THE STORY OP MARTHA WAlNS
r WILSON 8CBOOM
HAPPY HAWLI CeNTESViae'S MR.TEIE
MflON.OUilWfi. HCHVOKX) UKI MV
SHOty MBS.HAPPY KAIVLIY7MILU0N
rfWV lAlwHS, HUH?
TILLTUATTOTHE PQWEB COUPUM
THEY'RE TURNING OFF OUR SLfCTWCITy
UNLESS THEY SIT A CHICK BV FIVE
OOOCK THIf AFTERNOON;
'THEY COULD HURT VS WOBSS BY U
ITSLUN4 THE REST OF OUR iflfPflDW
THiYVE BEEN FIP W,r-
Food for Thdught
' V' '3rt ALLEY OOP
BX P. T. HAMLIN
6L0W POKES GIMME
GUING TUP A PAIN: YOU TELL
TH' ENGINE ROOM
I WANT TEN OK
I BUT. CAPTAIN! I J
1 iX. k' WE'RE AL-
I I WANTA i 1 READV
KM GO FAST?
.ILL If I
, THERE NOW, BY I I
( GADFRY, THIS IS J
BOOTS AND MKR BUDDIES
; By EDGAR MARTIN
l; V- IllGCTI WTL p
I wish that I was v
That sounds like
run to inw... i
Then all day lon
.I'd SnA,my son
And tly from tree
Ah, yes. I'd love
.to be a. bird.
And vet I have
c a hunch
01 AL TERMKKB
when It came time
To eat a worm
. for lunch
CAN THESE X SUPE1, ELME?,
BE PAICHEP, V AN' WONT
OL'FWIEND? E ABLE T'
I'LL HAVE 'EM
REAPy IN AOIFFYl
hit'- ' .-.'V- ;
j (toarstfcyjg True Life Adventures
3IFT OF GRAB,
Parrots ars amono:
THE FEW BIRP
' THAT PEEt?
THEMSELVES : fifff
Br LESLIE TURNEV
n TT vou KiP aw wr, x y a grK j I.
f twKuPl I'VE W TO SHOUT &0LEKW EYE I OlIR WOTHER TH05B 1 J Seti,.
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By DICK CATAIXI
RELIC OF THE A ;K-vJ
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lOVEROUEFOK Ji-.; 'ffi
2 I ON THE BLOCK
THEV TRAVEL. WITH
THEIR BEAKS "--
ABOUT THE TREES EW
MEANS OP" THEIR
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SATELLITE SCANNER A one-lxth scale model of the
Baker-Nunn Schmidt type telescope camera which will be ued
to photograph the VS. Earth SaUllite is demonstrated by Dr.
Joseph Allen Hynek at Los Angeles. Twelve of the cameras will
be built and stationed around the world for the project ef the
Smithsonian Astrophysics! Observatory.
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... AN INDEPENDENT .yHEU.0AllY
. FALLS IN WELL This is a 1am-
TnrtTnit nf Renamln Hooper,
kJr., 7, hp was trapped 2i feet
' below the surface after falling
1 Into a well shaft in the back
ward of his Manorville, M.Y.,
j 'Very Lively'
I lii Oxygen Tent
i MANORVILLE. N. Y.. May 21
(UP) Benny Hooper. 7, was de-
scribed as a "very lively" boy to-
day who was on the way to re
covery' from the ordeal of being
tripped in a zo-ioot weu lor ai-
Btost 24 hours.
' He remained in an oxygen tent
In Bayvicw Hospital in Mastic
Beach, :N Y., but probably will
be removed-tomorrow, his doctor
aid. He was expected to be out
f bed .by Saturday and if no com
plications develop; he probably
.. will be able to go borne a weeK
Dr. J. H Kri, the boy's doctor,
. Baid spot on his lung was dim dim-.
. dim-. bushing. It was bout the size of
S-a dime and was described as
pneumonitis," a mild form of
p n e u ro o a i a. His temperature
Qropped t 9? degrees today. Jt
was .100 last, mgnt,
The doctor said Benny was
fcheeful nd 1 cooperative" and
yWas eatina ''fairly well. His food
consisted mainly of cereal, pud-
ling and 'milkshakes. . ;
' "He looks very, good and is very
Bv"iy,'VDr: Kris'said. ..'
4 Dr. Ktir f is the physician who
remained ft tne weu inrougnoui
the rescu "effort? which began
Thursday night and ended suc suc-.
. suc-. tessfully Friday night when the
yelther Or Not
This westhar report fer the
54 hours ending a.m. today'
n prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic Branch
of tho Panem Canal Company:
maj. mph) S-ll
BAIN (inches) t
linner harbors) 83
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22
' t:55 a.m.
11:17 p .m.
BY PUBLIC REQUEST
3:l 8:12 7:14 9:08 p.m.
Tk Tru 8try of
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BATTLE AGAINST TIME Rescuers and spectators ring the
to rescue Benjamin Hooper, Jr., 7, who was trapped 21 feet
Into a narrow well shaft In the backyarl of his Manorville,
55-pound youngster' was freed. He
supervised pumping of oxygen into
the well which kept Benny alive.
Benny,, surrounded by get-well
telegrams and toys, still was not
permitted to sit up in Deo, except
for meals. Then be was-supported
by nurses-. as a precautionary
X-rays showed thht the boy was
suffering from a simple inflam inflammation
mation inflammation of the right lung and in inflammations
flammations inflammations of the sinuses -and the
bronchial tubes. He also was un under
der under treatment for a nerve injury
in the Jelt arm.
Loan Or Sale
Of 49 Vessels
WASHINGTON. May 21 (UP)-
Tbe House yesterday pased and
sent o the Senate a till to author authorize
ize authorize the sale or loan of 49 ships
to friendly foreign rations.
The bill provides for the sale of
four ships and the loan of 45, au
of the destroyer class of smaller.
Belore final passage by voice
vote, the House approved an a
mendment adding Spain to the
countries authorized to receive
trips in the European area; Out
ers in that area we : Germany,
Greece, Italy, Netherlands rsojf?
way ana Turkey.;. : n
' Under the terms cf the bill;--the
loan ships would be distributed as
follows: 19 for the NATO and Eu
ropean area: 21 ships for the T.a'm
American area- including Argenti
na, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba,
Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela; t-vc
ships to the Far Eastern area in including
cluding including Taiwan ant Thailand, and
a pool of seven ships to be ready
for lending in an emergency.
Stolen Model A
In OwnerV Hands
After 21 Years
AZUL, Argentina, May 21 (VP)
jo.e u. I'sari-aide was once
a earn todsv thi proud oossessor
of a model A. Ford, stolen from
him 21 vears ago. Its value in
Argentine currency had increased
nearly 20 times during the years
it was missing.
Police recovered the 1933 Ford
from "a person who recently
bought it in good faith" and
returned it to Usarralde over the
The car, which originally cost
Usarralde J.O00 pesos, is currently
worth more than 50,000 pesos
($1,320) in Argentina's depreci depreciated
ated depreciated currency.
THE CANNES AWARD WINNERS -LAST
TODAY at the CENTRAL
lOJ 3:31 8:27 9:83 p.m.
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, WAITING AND HOPING Anxiety Is etched on the face 5ff
Benjamin Hooper (center) moments after he and his wife
(right) peered down the weir shaft where their son, Benja-,
min, St', 7, was:trapped 21 feet below the surface. The boy
fell into the shaft shortly after his father Had finished drill-
lng the hole warned him to stay away from It. ;
Batten' down the hatches, close
tho crpcn doors and limbef up
the spray gun taeniorhynchur
is about to fly again. :
Heralds of tne isthmian rainy
season, the harmless but fierce-
biting Aeoes xaeniornyntnui
( marsh mosouito) may make its
annual appearance any. day now
according to a warning irom me
These nests which breed in
swamp marshes for many miler
alone the coast, fly for lonp
distances on the gentle winds of
the early rainy season..
Unfortunately, little can,, be
done except for spraylne and
foselng areas where 'the mos mosquito
quito mosquito is prevalent. It Is imprac impracticable
ticable impracticable to exercise control at the
breeding places covering many
scuare miles. This year aa al al-wavs,
wavs, al-wavs, the Health Bureau wll?
take all measures possible to
minimize' this annoyance.
The annual invasion of the
marsh mosouito generally coin coincides
cides coincides with the renewed activity
of the malaria-carrying anoo anoo-heles
heles anoo-heles mosaulto. For this reason
health authorities Issue warn warnings
ings warnings annually for the genera)
populace to be on guard against
The nest mosouito bites freeK
day and night while the malaria
parallel shaft dug in an attempt
below the surface alter tumbling
'mosquito files and bites only at
toight, HfcvVvsoY 'W.i'i''-
iThe best precaution against
malaria is to stay within screen
ed houses especially during- the
early,- evening and mornlnp
hours.' When, out -of doors, use
mosqujto repellents and keep
moving, vl f possible. Residents
should exercise extreme caution
is nnsanitated areas at this time
of the year. Reports covering covering-employes
employes covering-employes and dependents resid
ing in rural areas indicate mal
aria is increasing. a -.
To Help Son Jailed
For Dodging Draft
.WASHINGTON (UP) Mrs.' Es Esther
ther Esther Eichel of Brooklyn set lip a
one-woman picket line in front of
the White House today "until her
son is freed, from federal prison."
. Mrs.. Eichel said her son, Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, was sent to the federal
house of detention in New York
City for refusing to register for
the draft.. She said he has- been
on a hunger strike for 11' days
and '.looks like a corpse." : ?
She said she would continue
her picketing "as long as my en energy
ergy energy holds out."
Mrs. Eichel claimed, that her
son was falsely jailed because he
is a pacifist and a conscientious
objector. She said be was im imprisoned
prisoned imprisoned Dec. 27, two- d a jr a be before
fore before bis 26th birthday and eight
years after bis original refusal to
register. v .;: .. .- .
She said his troubles began aft after
er after he refused to sign a New
York state loyalty oath on grad graduation
uation graduation from high school. 1
Mrs. Eichel said her husband
was a conscientious objector in
World Wars I and -II. He was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to 20 years i World War
1 1 but the sentence was commut
ed at the end of the war. She
said he was arrested in World
War II but not convicted because
he was overage for the draft.
Gen, Power Named
SAC Com mander
WASHINGTON. Mjy 21 (IT
U. Gen. Thomas s. rower, the Air
Fune's research chief, today was
named commander of .the Stra Strategic
tegic Strategic Air Command with' 'be rank
of full general.
He will succeed On". Curtis E.
LcMay. who is scheduled to be be-eomt
eomt be-eomt vice chief of raff of the Air
Force this summer. Lt Gea. Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Anderson will succeed
Power. ? -,
Maj. Gen. WiILam E. Has was,
nomuuted for promotion U liea
tenant general and Vill berme
the ntw read of tne Coatiai-ftUl
Air t'nmroa'xl. Halt is now aa as assistant
sistant assistant chief U Uif for reervt.
Let the peapleMnow the truth and the
Politicians Run For
PORT AU PRIMCE, Haiti,' May.1 (UP) (Censored)' The Army seized con control
trol control of the country, imposed martial law and set a dusk-to-dawn curfew today.
- The military mow followed yesterday'8 decision to fire Army Chief of Staff Brig,
Gen, Leon Canteve, and replace him, with a Port Au' Prince police chief Col. Pierre
Armand. '. 4 v -,,,.
, Army leaders refused to accept.this decision and announced if was taking over
Haiti, following 12-hour conference at the military headquarters opposite the national
p&lace, j ;
A .proclamation was issued declaring that Cantave's dismissal was illegal and
that the civilian government was ended. v
". Signed by ; 10 high-ranking officers,, including Armand,. it said all were loyal to
la .new military regime. . ' :
In a separate letter broadcast
with the proclamation, Armand
declined the proffered promo promotion,
tion, promotion, saying he did not want to
create army disunity,
s Tha 10 miniifari of the xtcn xtcn-tiva
tiva xtcn-tiva council, which had boon run run-ninf
ninf run-ninf tho country until oloctlona
can bo hold to chooto a now r$ r$-iiTont,
iiTont, r$-iiTont, wont into hidinf alont with
onto opposition politicians follow
ina tho uim miva
The army proclamation Con-
To Take Pliigi!
r!iifinrtn rtve1riftnt on1 ftoiiW
friends are starting an all-out
drive to. raite $5000 to complete
tne swimming pool atjuurunau.
Tnougn carnivals, carnavaiir
tos,' cake sales and bazaars this
ingenious group; has..: already
raised J 131,500 lor this project
and acitual construction j of the
pool was started several months
Y The extra $5000 Is needed to
pay laborers, plumbers, carpent
ers, cement workers and- fore
men. so the' drive has taken the
fornt of 1 asking individuals to
contribute a day's pay lor, one
of these men.. Another form of
giving for this cause is to be become
come become a construction member at
the; cost Of $1.00. j
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i Contributions for workmen re received
ceived received since the beginning of
this final spurt are as follows:
Abernathy (sport and fishing e e-qulpment)
qulpment) e-qulpment) Panama, R.P. $20.00
rorefnan, Al Genther, CurUndif
$5.00 laborer. William Kongable,
Curundy, $5.00 laborer, George
Helwig, Curundu, $5.00 laborer
Peggy Wertz, Curundu.. $5.00 la-
$5.00 laborer. David Granin,
Curundu, $5.00 laborer. James
CRoke, Curundu; $10,. plumber.
Those wishing to contribute
are asked to contact Al Genther
boAit aua j 4100. or. Jim
Price ?3 05.: T. -V V ;
iwo can.avautos are alio in
the offing for fund raising pur
poses. The first will be held this
week-end and the second May 31
and June 1. Both will be at Cu
rundu. ;h ., ; '
Suburban Kansas; :
35 Dead, 230 Injured
KANSAS CTTY. Mo.. May 21
(UP) A saraee tornado, the
worst of the year, roared out of
Kansas and into two suburban
Kansas .City subdivisions last
night, spreading death and de destruction.
The twister left at least S5
dead. -many of them still un
identified today, and 230 injur injured.
ed. injured. Martial law wis declared as
soldiers patrolled the ravaged
areas, loo kin t for more bodies.
Police said that with the treat
amount of destruction, there
could be "many more" : bodies
stll' hi the wreckage.
Trie tornado cut a 75-mile
swath across Kansas, killing six
in that State, before it hoooex"
over the state line and boiled
into Hickman Mills and Ruskin
Helchts. two adlolnlns; subdivi subdivisions
sions subdivisions lust South and East of
Kansas City. The death toll In
thoe areas was 28. Another mail
die at Martin City, a small town
South and West of Kansas City
on the Kansas border.
Man The Lifeboat
BATTLE CREEK. MctL. May
21 (UP) A motorist with a boat
on top of his car said he was
stopped today by a sheriff's de-
put? witn a sense of humor
He said the officer waited to
"- wj-the-, trj Vjev of the
heavy rainfall of the pa't few
days the man was eoin f'v,n
or Just preparing for aa tmer tmer-gencj
Panama, r. p.,
tended that the executive coun
cil nad not right to fire Cantave.
It said Such move was Illegal
because, he had not served hi
stipulated two-year term.-.
v.. It added that the executive
council was 'unable to maintain
peace in this Island: of 4.000,000
innaoitants, and that the armv
was the ohly force capable of
aomg so. -,
It also said the army woulc"
convene a caucus of one repre
sentative irom each of Halti'r
uve aepariments : to ennosn
provisional president and to ar
rrange "iree" elecuons. -m
The military closed ail rcrt.
tratlon offices where citizen?
had been reKlsterlns to v o t V
since May 13. v. j.
Wa r A nn ive rsd rv 1
WASHINGTOV. Mkv 91 nrx2
Congress was surged today t(
craete a special commission ti
develop a master clan for com.
3?theF Civ! W 1tl1 nnivem9r
inc. CIMDOSal wa idvanpe1 hsi
fore- a -House Judiciarv mihrom.
mittee by' conn-essmen from hnth
North and South and rpDrpspnts.
uveo- o v.ivu war socieues.They
said there is a wide and growing
""cieai i me war or leol-oo. -Rep.:
Fred Schweneel f R
called the war "one of the most
significant events in tho hlstnrv;
of mankind.' ; ,v,
Col. Robert S: Henry, speakbg
for the Civil War Round Tables
centennial Committee, reported
an ."intense- interest In a fitting
observance" for four only Ameri American
can American tyar.'V '- !'. ; ;
The proposed commission would
coordinato local, state and na national
tional national observances of .significant
events in the war between the
states, including ceremonies at
Civil. War battlefields and other
historic sites. ...
TODAY DRIVE-IN TODAY
4 f. One of the most human stories
I of love.;.ever filmecL.ever felt!
f t ITT"! t
country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
Tuesday; may 21, 1957 vf
Business and commerce slow slowed
ed slowed down following the army sei seizure
zure seizure of power but the capital
of Port au Prince was quiet last
night and this morning.
Six (lew Employes
Join Panama Canal
Firsl Pari Of May
Six employes, one i from the
United States, joined the Canal
organization during the first two
weeks in May according to Infor Information
mation Information from the Personnel Bu-.
The one employe i'froni the
United States is Bruce M. Mor
row, of Seattle, Washington, who
was re-employed as a locomotive
machinist with the Railroad Di
vision. He was employed from
1954 to 1956 in the same position.
Two others had previous em
ployment witn the Canal organt
zation. They are William J. Gil
bert and Robert H. Johnson both
employed as Guards In the
Locks Division. Mr, Gilbert held
this position from 1951 to 1953
and Mr: Johnson was a Commis
sary Assistant in the Commissa Commissary
ry Commissary Division from 1945 to 1949. ?
Other new employes are Miss
Dorothy M. jones and Miss Fran Frances
ces Frances D- May, staff nurses at Coro
Solo Hospital and Rutherford P.
Rivet, guard in, the Terminals
division. :,v .-. w -, -.
Seed Of Suspicion
SAN BERNARDINO. Calif, w
May 21 : (UP) Superior Court
Judge Archie D. Mitchell turned
down the leniency plea of Reu
ben .NV Avila. 42, whose "lawyer
said Avila was simply "growing
a few little plants in his back
yard for his own use." Mitchell
was unimpressed. "He wasn't
just growing daisies." he said
Avila was convicted on charges
or growing marijuana, v.
Engine For Bulgy;
HELSINKI, Finland. May 21'
erhold. of Finland will give "So "Soviet
viet "Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin a'
railroad locomotive as a sou-51
venir when Bulganin visits HelJ
today 6 ?' lt WaS annouie
The locomotive is the one in
which Lenin fled to "Finland
from Russia disguised as an en.
ffiw ln MK after .Russian of-1
ficials ordered his arrest.
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