The Panama American


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


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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Drastic Action

Oh Contra

Drastic action to stamp
Canaf Zone Commissaries will

Coy. Wv E. Potter said yesterday- 1
Loss of commissary privileges or suspension, from

work were mentioned, at the

conference held in Camooa as oeing ine piimsnrneru wpion
may be' meted lout to employes' whoVptrtitt In .-contra-banding.
-" l'a '",.''-.- '
t" Potter also (announced that admission feet to Canal

Zone swimming (pools' will be

In order to develop "and encourage greater "1186 of

creational facilities;
'Potter touched on the subject of
the proposed school Xcafeteria in
Balboa, the beautifichtion project
on Barnebey streey a prouuscu
auditorium for Balboa and efforts
which are being niade to air airfreight
freight airfreight fresh fruits alnd vegetables
to the Zone t from, taie States.
He told the gathering of about
15Q persons that as in the past all
persons entitled iid Commissary,
privileges will be p&rmitted to use
the pools., Charges! will- continue
to be made for lockfers, swimming
suits and towels,; j.
;The Governor;; alfo asked ? Jor
volunteers to help jValley Bright
nf Diablo Heights, cbariman of the
board., He reported $1,500 in. Com
munity Chest funds is aeposiiea
to the board's account but the
board is inoperative because 'it
doesnt have enough volunter to
carry on a program. -
In Ms Introductory Remarks
the Governor : else announced
that stern steps will be taken
t alnst dog found wandering In
Commissariat; that the Barne Barne-bey
bey Barne-bey Street beautifieatior project,
haa begun in Balboa; and that
Zone residents soon will be re receiving
ceiving receiving written advice on hew to
f control vines grewin erevnd
I houses,':
We discussed- briefly Instances II
nnti-abandins -in the Commissa
jries and stated that without hesi hesitation
tation hesitation drastic action is to be taken
in each ait every' future contra-
band case. v- 'i 'i-Council
Council 'i-Council officers, and the -audience,
strongly supported the pro pro-posed
posed pro-posed school cafeteria in Balboa,
There was 4io objection voiced to
the nrooosed Closing of the Balboa
Service Center cafeteria to stud-
nc Hivrtnff lnnrh hour- IX
. vino f
School cafeteria is built.- v V
Harry E. T6wnsend, president tf
the -Pacific 'Council, said there is
general agreement on where the
proposed cafeteria ROTC activi activities
ties activities building should be built. ,rlt
would be ; between the present
school and Albrook iieia, f ; ;
van) th fWwirnftr de-
. t, mnj
rUrjwi '"WVe now olanninz to
-' i L- 1 :i .1 : ,4 ... rT ri in 1
..cava uic uuuuiiig ucojucu w
-elude a cafeteria." ; '.
It was disclosed that the pro proposed
posed proposed new, auditorium, which
would be separate building for
general community affairs in ad-
dition to school activities, will seat
" about 600. .;
'A student member of the audi audi-aence
aence audi-aence urged that the auditorium
have a bigger capacity but the
Governor pointed out that budget
ary considerations made it neces necessary
sary necessary to limit the Size of the pro pro-.
. pro-. posed building. r ,. ?
t At for another effort' te air air-...
... air-... freight froth fruitt and vogeta
, blot te the Zone from the States,
i the Cevornor reported that two
tropendent flrmt ere working
vp figures on cottt.
- He stated that approval has been
'' given to a porposal by the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Council that benches and a
Sparking area be, constructed J at
Pedro Miguel Locks north of the
fenced enclosure and. between .the
l (Centhnned est rare II) :
lAdenarier Asked ?
to Private lunch'

.vVlth Elscnhovcr

rrenaent cisennower win rive a
wivate lunch Sunday at hi
, fiettrtbure farm for visitine West
German Chancellor Konrad Aden-

' auer, the Write House announced

Wlute Fvrtite Prest SecreUry
James C Hagerty nid the two
ttnru will r-ine alone at the farm
ad will return to Washington
. bunoay anemoon by auxune or
'auto, deperding- on the weather.
The PrewKnt pltos to go te Get
tviburf oa Saturday or banday.
Adenauer has been scheduied to
come te Waihington tut a three-
er cmiiiniii pTEinnirr nn ion-

dy. The rrasidMrt inv.-fd the limner from the US Armv Aviation
"jar-o!d f.erman lfr to vii t D e t a e hment at Kobbe are

r .m it thr firm and Airnaiwr'nearchlne the area round

prowftiy accepted.



out contraband activities in
be, taken in .future casts,
monthly U. S. community
discontinued as ,of June 1
i f oiii i t
Grease, Skids"
Under Bedc
, WARWTrJOTON. MftV 23 vtUP)
-iTeamsters Union leaders today
greased the skids under Team
ater nresldent Dave Beck
Teamster secretary-treasurer
John F. English aad several
Teamster vice' presidents ore ore-pared
pared ore-pared to call lor a union execu executive
tive executive board meeting that could
topple Beck as boss of ,the na nation's,
tion's, nation's, biggest union. t ;
Sources said a majority of the
board: would ask Beck .at the
meeting to resign. The sources
predicted Beck would be forced
out if he reiusea.
At the tamo time, a ratt
continued te spread throughout the
Nation, ' 1rlnt council 55-reo
resenting; 10.000 workers in the
Washington area called 'last
nieht for Beck's ouster "forth
with ."The demand -was made in
a telegram to the executive
board. 1
Teamster local 807. largest In
the Ne. York metropolitan
area,: called for .Beck's ouster
yesterday, It represents 4,800
workers. ',"'
Similar 'demands have come
from Teamster locals in Chicago,
San Francisco and other cities.
"The AFL-CIO executive coun council.
cil. council. ; which gave Beck another
shove toward the door this week
by firing him as a council mem
ber, planned today to reach a fi
nal decision on whether to oust
three small international unions
from the AFL-CIO on corrup
tlon charges. '.
CZ Rescue Planes
Search For Missing
fiissi:n2ryr family"
, a
An intensive air-search for
missing American missionary
and his family who left Tocumen
airport yesterday on a flight 'to
Barranqullla, Colombia-: and
hasn't been heard from : since.
waa begun today by Canal Zone
rescue planes. '
The Caribbean Air Command
Rescue Coordination Center went
Into action last nieht when a
communications check made with
all radio facilities in this area
failed td uncover traces of the
Rev. Theodore Adams, his wife.
Edith, and their nine-year-old
daughter Terry Jo.
" The minister and his family
had spent a week In Panama
with another missionary the
Rev. K. L. Lelevier, before taking
off for Brazil where he was to
start missionary work for the
Bethany chapel of Long Beach,
California. Barranqullla was to
have been their first stop.
The missing family were trav
elling in a Republic Sea-Bee air.
Five military planes 1 started'
their search of the area this
morning. At press time there
were no reports of the missing
family. '
A C-47 T7SAF plane from the
5700th Air Baae group, piloted
by Lt. Don Smith is covering; the
air route between here and Ba
rranauilla. A USAF helicopter
from Albrook piloted by Lt. D. E.
Allen Is searchtof the Jungle a a-rea
rea a-rea between Tocumea and the
San Bias Islands- an L-23 Army
aircraft. piloted bv Capt. R. D.
Mathlas of the 937th Engineer
Cot at Ft. Kobbe Is aearchins; the
Atlantic coast -of Panama be between
tween between Colon and Turbo.
Two L-l Army aircraft piloted
by Lts. F. R. Herr and H. L. TUr
the Sao :as Islands,

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EXPORT TAXES for t scrap
metals were established y ester
day by President Ernesto de la
Ouardla. :. Jr.. and his cabinet
ministers. El Ola reported today.
,,The President and his cabinet
also 1 proposed ; that export li licenses
censes licenses must be obtained for. all
scrap metal; with the exception
of that which has been partly
processed here.
According to the report. the
export tax on scrap will be a $5
a ton; copper $100 a ton, and $5
a ton on other metals.
"Counterfeit ten-dollar bllb?
were reported in circulation to'
dav by La Hora.
, ;: The bills are said to be well
printed on good paper, closely
resembling legitimate U.S. cur
rency. The counterfeit bills are
numbered F76194382A. La Hora
said. (
Colon Secret Police have re
ported, the capture of the mur
d er e r of i Jamaican-Chinese
grocer Thomas D. Pin Chong
who was .found strangled Tues
day In a room next to his groc
ery store in Colon.
Detectives said the brothers E
zequlel, 17, Jorge Alberto Jaen.
33,, and' Victor L. McLean have
confessed to strangling Pin
Chong after breaking Into his
Meanwhile.; the Panama Sec
ret, Police ; have arrested- the
Chorrera meat vendor who gave
the first clue to the solution of
the machete-slavins; of Chor

" jrera farmer Justo Hernandez Es Es-.cobar,
.cobar, Es-.cobar, .

.The murderer, Tflclo Qulntero,
naov confessed to taklnsr $500
from, the Dockets of Hernaad"
alter cutting off rus head with
one stroke of his machete. The
meat vendor. Antonio Moreno
has testified that Qulntero gave
him $200 for safekeeping. How
ever, detectives doubted Quln
tero's story that he had anent
the other, $300... "Under further
Questioning. Moreno broke down
and confessed that Qulntero had
given him all of the $500. A
search of the home, of Moreno's
aisier wnert me money nao
been hidden, produced $280. Mo
reno said ha had spent the other
$20. .
2 Kcbbb Soldidrs
Cf::i,cd Viih Reps
Oi Am:rlcn Girl
Two Fort Kobbe soldiers- to
day faced the Balboa Magistrate
on charges of raping a 14-year-old
American girl who lives in
- The alleged offense occurred
sometimes on Tuesday near the
Empire Range, police said.
Accussed of rape were James
R. Aiken, "20, and Robert M
Bridges. 19, both of the 20th In'
fantry at Tort Kobbe
The soldiers are In Jail today
In default of posting $500 each
set in the cases, which were
continued until tomorrow at 2
p.m. r' .'
According to police, the alleg
ed victim Is a young American
girl who resides In, Panama City
Police -Holding
2 Girls' Bicycles
Police are "holding two girls'
blcvcles which were picked up
in Baiooa. -
The owners are asked to claim
same, at the Balboa Police Sta Station.
tion. Station. - .
New Jours For
NEW YORK. Msy 23 (UP) -One
of the rarest and. ia the long view,
most taourhtful morsels of news
jto emerge from Europe this spring
concernt rlana for a new kind of
tour. This one woald be organized
"lor bopefid Amonctn spinsters."!
According to the dispatch from
untaon, a aay iravet guie rrom a
New York named Betty Murray
nas been crasinc Lurooe art
ing up a Lst ff eligible bachelors. j
including novie stars and a,
couple dozen Italian. Austrian.

and Seand-8'vijn oohiempn to'tion! If ar.y wrrrifn were encount

Horn a p sneload of American
lad; es wocK be introduced en a
tour rxt yesr.
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WHEN BEAUTIES MEET They' talk over old- times. In this case, it's Coffee Queen Analida
Alfaro (left) who renews her friendship with Miss New- York" State over a cup of coffee.i
The visiting New Yorker; Janet Corrlgan here on an Inaugural Branlff flight from Rio to New
! York,', appeared on Dave Garroway's program "Today" .together with Analida last month.

Easy Way To
' Well girls, you can loosen your
giraies, let your nair aown ana
relax. r r-It
It r-It seems that looks don't Count
so much anymore. So says love
lv Janet Corrlgan. '. and she
oughta know. s
This stately blonde,' -who fills
out a B ft. 10 in. frame to per
fectlon Says that probably the
two thlnes that put her on the
New York map were poise and
personality. '
Of course it helps some If
you happen to have the 36-24-26
dimensions that pear beau
tifully Into a bathing suit, birt
honestly, that ain't so impor important.
tant. important. j. i '" 'V- t ft' f-
,);:'.'. J i I " n
The blue-eved charm-dispens
er who has just copped the title
of Miss New York State from 23
other contestants still can't be believe
lieve believe it. i 1
"I was so shocked. I think I
gasped out loud,"- she said yes yesterday
terday yesterday at El Panama while sop sopping
ping sopping up a little Panama sunshine
before enplaning tor New yora.
The 21-year-old Huntington,
L.L, beauty passed through Pan
ama on Branurs inaugural iugni
from New York to Rio. Since the
DC7C were named EI Dorado,
she, donned a gold street length
dress for the occasion and wore
lt at each of the stops down the
line. t
Completely: unaffected by the
honors being bestowed upon her,
Janet still acts like the pretty
girl-next-door, much to the cha chagrin
grin chagrin of her Long Island neigh neighbors
bors neighbors who expected her to became
a snob overnight,- she says.
When she e-eta serious.' Janet
tuts her head back a little and
purses her llpa, f ;
Tve rotten so much' out of
this trip, I wouldn't have missed
lt for the world. You can imagine
how wonderful it's been to see
all these countries and meet so
many grand people I had nev
er been out of the States before."
Miss New York, who says the

-Hopeful ; USvSpi'hst

ly would W wn rhoir own efrer.
tho introwwetiona and, at Mitt
Murray aayt, "I think it will all
work out all rjh t owht to
bo a real ball." Tho trip alto
weuM inclvxi tighttooinf.
This is the kind of imagination
we nee! in a day of jaded tour-
ism. lt also opnt vp a whole new
world of potable -sponsored trip.
land herewith, for your choir, ia
aelefted and
bat. ef
Tour for rtn Bacholora
The plane would leave secretly
land wu ao announced destine
ered in any H the fnreigB port
of call, the r'tna would tike off
wi'hm one b nr. f
' Tour tor Inforootinf


S .1
Success,Ga Is;
trip has besn.."an education In
itself," plans to continue her
studies and eventually teach
handicapped children. ("My rea
sons are rather -personal,?! she
says, ""I'd rather not mention
them, 'i '
, . ; ti.
ghe elalma many girls enter
' the contest because of the'
scholarships of f e red. Miss
America jets a $5,00 scholar scholarship
ship scholarship and teV runners-up are
-given $1,000 each to continue
their studies. . 12 ;
"The stress Isnt ao much on
looks but on poise and person personality.
ality. personality. She says that they seem
to be looking for a, typical- All
American- Girl one who can
talk to' people and make them
feei at ease, ,y
1 Miss new York State, certainly
fills these requirements and
many more. 1, 4
1 Under the talent qualification
she- sings- a few popular songs.
"I'm hot trained, and I have no
special -style. I. .Just sing
straight" . ;,
Although she could proDaoiy
(ret into show-business easily
now,, this level-headed creature
falls to be dazzled by- dreams of
grandeur. 1 ...
Tm sort or a Homebody,
bays the -, statuesque blonde
whoso body would grace any
home. t y
"' MI wouldn't mind at all being
domesticated." 4 1
And there seem to be two fel
lows back home whose Ideas run1
along similar patterns.;
But Miss Vew York State Is
making no plans at, all beyond
the September finals when Miss
America will be chosen. She does
not have her heart set on- whi
ning either, she says. In fact she
doe&nVeven think much aoout
. s .... ,.
"Whatever happens," says New
YorkTs prettiest, "it .will be for
the best."-'- ,..
PA Her middle name's Faith.
Wines on Thoir Home O round t
This would be aft increasingly
meandering trip; it would start
out in southern Europe, head
north, and maybe even wander a-
round in eiTrles. Then it would tig-
zag throua the Middle East and
Orient, not forgetting to be tntro
dueed to tara ia Japan, and end
iar California.
Tow to Stoat liiraklnf On Si
matde the pUoe would say, "diTig-
er, gaaolmo tanks in cabin bo
amoving 03 peril of being blown'
to bits." No one would be allowed
to leave '-e plan at any time.
Daacirg r.r's at airports emild be
viewed throtgb cabin windows.
too Wt'jM Caia Pa Tour
to Laao gh On Would bcn



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Four US Warships
Make 1st Transit
01 Re-opened Suez
CAIRO May H UP) T"ur
U.S.-'wai'uhios sailed down the
Suea. Canal today in the first
such transit by American naval
vessels 'Since Egypt re-opened
the -nationalized waterway.
- The vessels -two destroyers, a
troon carrier and a submarine
chaser entered the canal this
mornlne from the Medlterra
nean at Port Said They steam steamed
ed steamed In a southbound convoy, to
the Red Sea en route to new as assignments.
signments. assignments. ( ;w
! The ships' were the destroyers
McGown. and Sulllvans, .the
troop carrier Gen. ,W. C. Lang Lang-fitt
fitt Lang-fitt and the submarine chaser
PC-1618. ;t, 4 -i, J-
v Two, other American oWreytrt,
tho la'cha ni Ettoa. art tchaduU.
id to trantit the, canal tomorrow
Northward from Suoa to the Modi Modi-tarrantan.
tarrantan. Modi-tarrantan. ,i r W
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.'An official, of the Egyptian
Suei Canal Authority said the
American : vessels were paying
their tolls in dollaM "under prot
est.", ,'-,''
The four U.S.' warships went
throueh with the second south
bound convoy of the day. .The
convoy numbered 17 ships, in including
cluding including one American freighter
and two British tankers., . 1
EgypUan' political circles
meanwhile, hailed the fall of
French Premier Guy Mollet a
a "resounding victory" for Pres
ident Gamal Abdel Nasser's Sue;
. Informed sources charged that
Mollet's fall as well as that of
British minister Anthony Eden
was caused by the "utter defeat"
of their battle against Egyptian
control of the canaL
- 1
' Arab leaders exnrexsed the
f hope that the ousting of the
Mollet government would pave
the way for a new French policy
on both the Sues and Algerian
issues....; ..
with.' everybody on bicycles,: heed heeded
ed heeded west; on reaching Rocky Moun Mountain
tain Mountain region, everybody would
change to horseback; three stand standard
ard standard meals a day would be hard hardtack,
tack, hardtack, r
Tour. for Same Peace and 6wiot
! - Anyone ior,the space satellite?
Get your tickets now.
Tor t Sav Monoy On This
would envision -sitting in your
backyard tor two weeks reading
through a pile of travel foldert
and from time to time tipping
from bottles ef tap water ., taken
.from hotels in various foreign
tevo-Ameria ,Tavr, for people
in Earepe who' hate Arr.erica
They wouH be taken to the near nearest
est nearest min here and allowed te car-
eu tha Dopey,

Holds Treaty

Bills Should

,Thc United States, Citizens Association today crifi
cized the. proposed single-wage s,cale for .the Canal Zona i
on the ground that though the wages of American citizens
will not be reduced the base pay for any given QS grade
will be lowered.
' The USCA charges' this violates the equal pay for
equal work spirit of the RP-US treaty of 1955.
' ,- A sonkesmnn for thai IIPA criirl tk AMimlntim r

also feels it is not necessary

viwj iiviii iiic (iuiciiiuii or me wiassincanon mci or I74 -in
order to implement the single-wage program and oU
(cW for the "newly recognized tax factor." The arous

suggests an alternate plan. '
. The USCA also holds that while n6n-U3 citizens
should be. brought, under the Retirement Act; the' cost
should be borne from appropriated funds and not bv rhsv

Canal company government, :as proposed. f! ;
The pSCA issued the following tabulations and : comments
m- "Under the proposed law as written, it was pointed out. a!
hvnothetlnal wtnU K, fft.j .. ,u-,

standard the average Canal Zone family of four, and taking the
amount of tax from the tax table for calendar year 1958 of the
Internal Revenue Service; . y 5.

I J ria

. """""" 1 canai on ray
S4,00 pai ; 11,000 pM, 15,000 pa' f
" 'I ' t 1 v
' -Ta.x W?hInrton Plus 25 U. S. Citlxen
F.,cior B8 ' Dinerenttal Canal Zona Pay I
$3,600 S40(L $4,000 $1,000 ( $5,000 i
1 "(The actual amount of tax on an income of $5,000 with. 4
exemptions is S4ifi. it 1. h. ki.

- numa Miivum 1 nuuccil

rr" -"fms me mcwr oy me y tax' paid to-
the Republic of Panama by Panamanian citizehs. "v. I -5

.... ."V ne anove n will be
viuzeng- nav W1U not h dnH
given GS grade wUl be lowered,
eouai worM thesis or h. r.
ings reached.

Uur o'ganixation believes that considerable diplomatic 're 're-percusaions
percusaions 're-percusaions will come from Panama as result of such a lower.

"ii oi Base pay. one must reahze
WUl receive a hvnnthal cna

M'oeraaSndunl"PeCt l "0m 'fdlnk;. Treaty and, the :
. -The "tax factor which seems to be the basic reason for
Snfnth.C!nal Zone encie the prou"n? SI
em1 k A,?M 0,Ted hy fUt ch U. S. citises!'

1. l.,.T,.r, siciinjnojis, over anove normally aUowed
iq calculatlnr their incum tsv ... 1.. r.

the tax factor a.a rnvi.rA
Treaty. v


Canal Zone

' $
exemptions exemptions
. $416 ,.- $296

U.S. Cltlsen
. ao.ooe
Washing Washington
ton Washington ti CZ.
Base Pay
' $4,001
Canal Zone
U.S. Citlaen
1 Rate (Base
Pins "25)
$5,000 s
High Winds Again
Force Postponement
Of lliiclear Tesls
LAS VEGAS. Nev.r Msy 23
(UP) The Atomic Energy Com
mission shortly before midnight
last night postponed for -the eighth
consecutive day the opening of its
957 nuclear test series because of
high winds. . ,
The" postponement was announc
ed less than six hours before the
scheduled detonation of a medium
sized atomic device at the Neva
da test. e. '.
The AEC said adverse weather
conditions agsi made .it neces
sary to call off the "firtt shot' in
the series.
Tbe te.H waa rescheduled for 4,-
51 a.m. (PDT) tomorrow.
Hied winJs for the last week
have whipped over the testing site
73 mur t nortliwest of nere and
would hav earned radioactive
fallout from the atomic cloud a-
croas populated, areas.'

to remove Canal Zone agent
"" f1-- t. S. Citizen
noted that, althourh the S.
th. ron.i
which violates the equal par for
.r.., ir?.
."T" --:
that the Panamanian in
...1... .u .t .. ... ,;.
- j ub uvvcBurj to allow IAT
k- w s- ... w Aor
ia nmyinr tM
Tax Paid
:,' $176 -
' 7 i

Net additional over Panamanian
: dna to tax exemptions:
1 t : r j j j-additional
additional j-additional : additional additional
$121 - $240 i36t

We endorse the retirement
provisions for non-U.S. emnloyea
but feel that the company-government
contribution to the Re-
tirement Fund should come from
non -'reimbursable appropriated
funds, as do the contributions of
th armed services on the Canal
Zone for their employes. t
'In order to protect Job stand-"
ards and maintain them at Unit United
ed United EUtes standards for United
States operation, we are having
introduced a bill to amend tha
Civil Service rules and regula regulations
tions regulations to require alien em ploy as
of agencies of the United Statea
government in the Canal Zone
to confirm to "standard United
States security' policies and the
standards of the United States
competitive CivU Service exam-
Ining system, y v j
Aj various phases of ; the
Treaty .of 1955 are implemented,
and as economy measures induc induced
ed induced by Public Law 841 (Organic
Act of Panama Canal Co.) are
enforced, many employes are re re-ceivtne
ceivtne re-ceivtne Reduction in Force notic notices,
es, notices, whea normally they mieht -expect
to eontinue in thir Johs
until retirement. la an effort ts
ameliorate the situation. w have
had Introduced by Jlepu Cedsr
berg H. SL. 5234."

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Letters art recelvee gratefully and art handled in a wholly canfidantial

aaaaner. .. v : .-.
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ant day. Latter! are published la tha ereer received.
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Labor News





Please permit me the opportunity to direct an answer to
"Observer" relative to the ignorance he so clearly displayed
' through his article of May 20th. Any person that is acquainted

with the high standard 01 eaucauon ootainea in moss cnwu

which were called canal zone uoiorea Bcnoois wowo never bm
uoVi an nhsnrrt and ridiculous statement as "for a lorre: time it

' was the general opinion that Local Rate schools were aimed at

Sroriding second-rate education, to ineir siuaenw. x"u musv
ave been living on the San Bias islands for the last 20 years.
w teachers of the former Canal Zone Colored Schools, now

re-named Latin American schools to escape compliance with the
I ruling of the fiuprem Court of the United States, proudly tand
! upon our past as well as present record of achievement. Year
after year our schools have ranked en equal footing with the
best schools in the United States, statistics will easily prove
that. We have often whipped ,the U.S. rate schools of the Canaj
Zone. Our children once out-wrote, ; out-Spelledr and out -did
them in some of everything you ean think of, until the bridle
was put On to check our rate of climb. At that time pur jchooU
ran t rtnlv aiarht Brides but few "high SChOOl students Of today

could out-do one of our eighth-grade graduates.
There was a shift t second-rate brand of education all right
hiik not because of teacher inability. That condition came about

when we shifted from an American standard ?r school V
Panamanian standard. I am a Panamanian but this does not

prevent me from admitting that Panamas standard ofeauca.
lion is far below what we had before, That's why Panamanians
. 4V.. TT-nn4 ctfitM tn further their study. Our schools

heokwArri ten when it -went Latin AmeMcan, but since

that time those teachers who you say "speak. Spanish wife the
heavy 4nfluence of the Jargon of Panamanians ot.West Indian
origin' have carried these Latin American Schools further along
th road of educational progress than the whole. Panamanian

nrfam Ttac vnn in zu vpara. ana wb uia uiu u uu,j v

t m that, the recent ktouo of prominent Pan

imanian educators who evaluated our schools have found more
to take back to Panamanian schools than they,, were able to

offer in their recommenaawuns.
Panamanian 'schools are going to continue to be as good u
the equipment supplied teachers by the government. Try con con-verting
verting con-verting vour schools to English overnight as wewere forced to
do wd I bet it would take those teacher. 7 to lyears to ob-

tain the results we got in a year., kthCth.t Vt would
... v.nni nrm ha in sen far behind that it wouia

SeTnattonal sh'ime ohtheu?try bott tac tojj and 1 adore

i The difference Between us T,"i: "ri,i
amwian. But you probably belong to some fanatical political
JK? and worehlp sSme hoiheaded, jmgoisticPRAhero You
ul one who hailed one of our ??rmerj)re8ldentVactiw of mak-


National labor 'leaders Willi get

1 ciance, au. to .set ue

monkey bu&ness oif their bacxs

ail by tftemseives,Tfley have

breather; There will be no effec-

uve anu-racKeieermg laws passea

this year. Perhaps not even next
year, rcrhaps never. Tnat is toe

word from the highest Senatorial

Adminisiraaon circles. ;i

Why no laws, aiief all the scan scandals
dals scandals involving wnat Senate Select
Committee counsel Bob Kennedy

describes as tne looting ot "ma

lions and millions of aollars?"

itbi. because even bopped up

daylight lavng uma won t save

uie tune-lam, inis session 01 con

Cress mam tracks for home a-

ouna Juiy iu, mayoe earuer.

House Majority Leader. 1 0 h n

McCormack, has just Dispatched

word to al) committee chairmen

not to bring anything new which

can t be heard ana passed pexore

houaay ume jwy j.-"..;
Give thit normal recess time
anothe.' 10 days and you have tht
outside dealme for action, this
leaves about 50 days.' Not enough.

Evoo if the House could rutih
those bills, the Senate uat can't
move; It's genarally ovariooxed
that the Sonet racket busting
committee isn't tho one whicn
Is charged with holding the nec necessary
essary necessary heeMngs en a bill involv involving
ing involving labor. Any such proposed
laws must flrur bo hoard by the
Senate Labor end .Welfare

It's Always Grejbt "While It Lasts

rSb U our Country goritTgreatest crop of srcond-clas.
' Steens. not from the Tlitln American Schools asyou toink

I There is a marked difference between speaking opanian wubi uj
aae?a?amfnia, JJjrillf

venao for venaaov etc., nq bPcr4i.r .mittMiiv
not as fluently at -pTfisent; ; We ; would

correct a we ar W-i.Jwa.S" "VTv.:?4.m

eord, given reasonable? timAtJfo

American BancKu icavjicior

Yours truly,
. Panamanian Teacher, L. A. School


Prom time to time our mistress has noted with deep regret

the letters published in your coiumn written qy ium? .u.
had the misfortune to lose a beloved pet. ; i- .
With greater consternation she has read some of the letters
written by those unhappy Individuals who Just do not like dogs.
T .,an..4 ti a, miitrcu that nossiblV some kind folks

who may recently have lost a pet, might be interested in taking
some of us into their home and heart. Hence this letter.
. We are only "mutts". not nulte eight weeks old but our
mistress thinks we are pretty cute pups. She has given us good
food and loving care and even has us partially "housebroken
An If anvone la Interested, nlease contact Balboa 3-3712.

for as mueh as our mistress loves us, she-can't possibly keep

"Mama" and all five of usl

This grow, in turn, hands pny

such xuture uws over tne stui an another
other another group the labor subcommit

tee ot the lull Doay. it so happens
that this srailler unit is made up
of four men. all of whom are on

the raeket-buiting committee as

well, .' : ?k-ty':l('U't
They are -Senators John Kenne

dy, lrviiig Ives, Pat McNamira

and Barry Goldwater. Even sen

ators "cant sit on two committees

at the same time in different plac

es. These four will be sitting on
the racket inquiry for along
time. :;.-v
Furthermore, the chairman of
the Sent to subcommittee on labor,
made up of these four, is John

Kennedy; Obviously he cari't call

a committer' meeting whera he


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Let 'Em All Fight

Until these men meet there can

be no labor bills nasaed on to the

Senate Knell. And until the rae

ets committee winds up its ses

sions, they wont go across the

hall to sit as another committee

becouse they'll miss testimony in

the rackets session whichJs .. in intended
tended intended to inform them on what

new law afe needed. ;

So. if there are no bills heard

before July 10, there eant be any
until- the early part of ext year
wbca Conrress gets back into

business. By that time 'Congress

may well be split three wsys.

ine umocrats. tor tne most

part being allies of many nation

al labor chiefs, will want to pass

only a handfuL of the 11 bills

now in the hopper: This group of

uongressmen wiu 10 aiong on leg

isiauon controlling weuar and

oensioa funds. Z-.; .(

In the cantor will be' the
White House. It won t try, elthof,
to punish alt unions foe tho like
of Dave. Bock. It will want

teuphot laws than tho outright

pro-labor bloc but this attitude

will split tho Republicans. 'Into

two groups One will back tha

White Hwn. Tho other will go

tor tho p'g stakes a national

law banning the union shop end

the duos cnocRotr.

i" Hopefully,
-r Elvis, Stubby, Choppy, Toots s) Murphy
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The VS. Army spends a great deal of money on the print

lng of a book of regulations for 'the Curundu Army reservation

which no one cares to read. However, hardly anyone misses the

releases sent to the press pn U.S. Army accomplishments in this
area. If I am not mistaken this service is rendered free of

Therefore, If the rules and regulations governing Curundu
Army reservation were printed in the form of releases er an announcements
nouncements announcements the V. Army would get good results. Most peo people
ple people read the newspaper as a means of relaxation. But who sits
down to read the regulations in the form of a booklet? Bo, why
not use the medium of the press to inform Curundu residents
of the regulations by which they all must abide?
Reralation Conscioos




To improve the quality
of year concrete use:

This more conservative group

already i3 in action. It is led by

if red Hartley, eo-author of the fa

mous labor-management act of

1947. Its members have met and

eresnized. Tney gathered in

large conference room of the Ho

tel statier m Washington last

Monday lo push for. a national
"right-te-work" law whieh would

wipe out tht union shop.- Among

them weie prominent Republicans

sucn 'as sen. ooinwater.

They wil begin nressurintf the

KepuDuean Party leaders and
President Eisenhower. Out of this

will come ill-feeling sad a divid

ed strategy in congress.

There will be bitter debate

which cats up time quicker thai
a kid with an ice cream cone at
a summer carnival. The experts
figure that there'll only be some

three or fotr months for action

in tho election year of '5S. So

ven if a law does squeeze through,

it wont be on the books for an

other year. Which gives the na

tional afl-cio a chance to raee

against th need for legislation.

- It will be a tough political run.

The Justice Dept., which already

sad indicted Z1J iatxr otnciaU

since 1853 and eonvieted 10 men,

ass M aiar tnais of ubor mea

comirg up.

If labor cleans its house Of

these termites, the government

nay not nsve to pass a law re-

ouiriag special license to operate

r KIvOBTTeT 0U. -. 1


war. like the man said.' and what

is more,, it's beginning to bore med

juayoe a wars oore enough Deo-

pie, iney u quit navuig tnera.
I am sura sick of reading about

unie wars, pig wars, preventive

wars.. I am getting to the point
where I don't much care who wins

what, if I don't have to keep up
with it, The gingham dog and the;

cauco cat xougnr a dead neat, and

aie eacn oiner up. :

plomscy on all parts, and I know ry,. a, new brand of Commnniaili
for aura that dollar fri.nrt.hin kn.ul'ii -:-r:.- .m ommmiai

for sure that dollar friendship buys
nothing abroad but dislike.
Nobody can plan a world, and it

is, posiiDie that if you auow the
squabblers to knock each other

out, they'll get sick of conflict and
go. back to. the plough.: w,
Here is where somebody raises

bis hand Politely and save that un.

less ;we bribe, peacemake, meddle

call ltrWdat .vou want)

i&dff'tJn,0Wi Viet Minh from a
Viet .Nam and don't want to.
A North or Smith vw.

. -"ww. ,V'UJ

If Batista is wrong ia Cuba.' what
apity, wnat a shame. But I naye

vwat cauiiir ainniir inn u

been mixed uo in i,in Amu..

rovouiHons Jor so long that I havd

I've, hit the stage where I beam

to think that it misht bo a fohv

idea if U the quarrelers ..beat

each other to death and left the

non-quarrelers in a semblance of

peace.,.. :

Just' what was the ouarrel bei

iween uonauras ana 1 had to -look

at tne paper to see who they were
mad at-. Managua, it says, I don't

anow. Ann i oon t ears. v- t-

TBls applies to internal noiitleal

squaoDies in UlDa. and r ran eh

troubles ia North Africa, and the

Business in joraan and Syria.

Maybe if we turned Iha.Kmm.

tians .and the Syrians and the Jor

unmans ana uit ureeKs and the
Israelis and the French and the
English and the South ( Africans
and the Croriota and tha iriah p..

puoucans an loose in the same
arena and equippod them with
clubs, we might arrive at a han-

... iM 41 1 1

yj, u uiiciea, Bomuon. r m' i
I am no longer sure that anybo anybody's
dy's anybody's -Tight about inything. 1

quosuon in mteuigance of di-

1 .-.V ""-"" moiu vol, Uiicresi -in IM IlliiA

iw"t- Jrap,mto the mess, and take Latin, Americans i hsve

( I don't. believl fhaf any more'.
I don't think a neoDle even a ha.

sicallyT unpracticed in thinking as
the Russians would want to clean
up the 'Augean stables that tha

wonovnes oecome. Anybody"' who

has ever tried to tidy upfter a

raucous cocktail party, will know

wnai 1 mean... ;',-.: ;',, -!

Thera was a wau l attended once

which was supposed to make the
world' safe for. something, and it

lure did, s-f f,vvt...?

. It made, the world safe for all

this damned nonsense everywhere,
with borders and strips and pra-

niDiiea zones ana an inside-tne-m-sida
revolutions extra popular as

a cause tor man's natural Hasti Hastiness.
ness. Hastiness. !;;j' i'"!.. r. (

What they fight for; I don't

know maybe they know when

tney ue oieeaing and nead in a

street. The hand jumps up again
and says: "They flsht for free

dom,", :; i,n".l fK..;, ',.

Preedom fof what? Ia Hunia-


aooruve uprisings as na-

iuruy as uietr top poiiticosv steal
SfntfuHj JSS? to P"iVnd go ove?

mu wiin men- mistreses when
tho Teat comes od. -!
' 1 have alwava imAmr

SOnalfiStfiBhtS Snit anm-Tfn-J

'ivuuuna, pui n -cannot be that

WU"J. is sucn an .impossible
place .to hy in, man: m u s t

iuiiDu auicwe oyer a border or it
start comic opera wars fofhls

WASHINGTON The stockho.' !-

ers reports of bie corDorations u-

sually make dull reading. But the
reports of the' major oil companies

tula sjpi-jzig maae lascinijung reaa-
mg. .' ;
yThey show that the Suez Canal
flaseo may have put the skids -Under
. Britain, as an empire, Jut It
made beautiful mw.e in the cash
registers of tho big American oil
companies. They millions from
Britain's tragedy at Suos.A
The oil companies' had heen ask

ed by the Eisenhower administra administration
tion administration to suoply oil to western Eur

ope, lurmea a semiollicial com

mittee to do so, asked the right
to avoid compliance with the Sher

man Antitrust Act. Then they im

uieuiaieiy announced a Stiff in

crease in me price of oil.

HumblO Oil.' a. -:uhsiHiaiv.-l hf

pvaimaiu ui j.ew jersey, lea tne

way witri an increase of 35 to 40

cents a varreL .These two comna-

mes are controlled bv thrt r

xeuer lainiiy w n 1 e h i contributed

isj.oua to; isennower in the 'SS

campaign. -. ;..-.-K,ii3-t,i'.,,.'r';

The family of Chris: Herter-

Undersecretary of State. inhoritoH

its muuons irom stanaard of N.J:,
while the Dulles law firm far New
York-r-rSwllivanv and Cromwell

represents stanaara or W.J. ;
As a renlt of .the inrrint.

Hstandard of N J. raked in the whop-

pmg loiai ot jiav.wo.ow in net pro profits
fits profits during the brief first three
months of tins year 16 pen cent

higher -than the same period last
year. '.

Biggest profit bonanza from
Suez went tu Gulf Oil 30 per
cent dunne the first three months

pi 1B57 over the same period last

Gulf gets all its ail from the Gulf

or Persia, is closely affiliated with
Union-Oil of California?: of which
Undersecretary- .Herbert.' Hoover
Jr., was executive vice president.
The Mellon family.; which controls

Gulf, contributed $100,150 the

nee campsn last fall w:'..Jv

shot, up 23.5 ler cent during the
first three months of 19.47 a n A

ooard chairman Augustus Long
frankly stated in. his r e p 0 r t to
stockholders that the big spurt was
due to JSue Texar is a part owner
of the Arabian American Oil Co.
Standard Oil of Ohio lumped its

profits 80 percent during the first
three months, desoite the fact that

11a voiume- mcreesea only 3 per
cent. Clyde Tv Fester president of

aonio.c admitted that the Sues cris

is was rerponsible. 1

bocony Mobil and Standard of

camonua.-.Dotn part owners of the

Araoian American On Co., each
jumped itiprofiU 13 per cent whUa

Sinclair increased 8 per tcent de-

spue ine, xaci tnpi saies increased

pnry'a per eBt,-Tv-v. u


. nue i.o' j 1 redcric Fo

wroic 10 v 11 :m.n, chair4

...i i i.-i- v "rauon ..commit
tee; "I mw. r. rt that 'this m.

Sf"e' Will 1 : e t' l Flpplarotln.

...... , "-vwMWU Ui,
!7,'T. f ?a.rned .7 Paper, not on1
lilm." Ike,, he said, wpuld send a
written. -message only. y; ' i
This burned up the cela'ww

commute" which appealed to u t

. information Director Ath.. J

Larson, pointing out .that a filmed

message wouia aramatize 'our In
dependence- Day around the world,

I am iire.' wrote cilv rnr.

.-"w 1 fill
filmed commentary bv.thn.

dent would something that eve

ry movie neuse ana television net network
work network in the country would use on
July 4th." 1
Larson wrote back t h a t tha

White House's refusal was final."

The passing of Sen Joe Mr.ais.

thy will bo Allowed by the depar departure
ture departure from Washington of his eoun.

terpart in the House, of Represen Representatives.
tatives. Representatives. ox-Cnnsressman HirilH

Velde (.K-VL).&) k

vetde. who oncecreated r i v a 1

headlines as chairman of the

House corammefe' on Un-American
Activities has fceen hanging a-

round Wash'ngtpn smce he with.

drew .from Congress,, trying j to
wangle a job from, the administra administration.
tion. administration. I ,,
His latest, bid wis for the chief

counsel s job aft the Federal Hous Hous-ing
ing Hous-ing Administration.

He even tried .to drum tin clients

for a private law practice! but

couldn't raise enough business to

iiiMV u pay, , t


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Latter Perfect reports, presentations and letters.
CaII ns for a DraonstritioB today -.

ownySmukemeht. -s' f-'l'
And -the trainVnart hf ill Mm.

commotion' todav' i th.t 1.

mucn ot n going on that it has
assumed burlesque, proportions, t
The United Nations, is a Joke,
and people. Just 'donV know where

w aena gunDoat any ni 0 r
They, have so many choices-

. a .aupuose xniv ij AnrtnuA :

they ; always have continued,' to
claw ath 1 other, but. iav my short
span? will sot dignify any at Jt
with serious emotion. ( -Let
em Jlght Let "em" best

oacn otner s prams out. And when

uie Russians come, tell them the?

ku una me waiUPK Piacldlv. in

aouuport, .u r.-.-

President Elsenhower haa h ra-

rusea to mm a special message for
the annual Fourth of July celebra celebration
tion celebration at Philadelphia's Indenandanea

u, vuuii'iK, vi Amcrii'au in-

Answering for the President,

O Now the foHorn, ex headline
hunter. Is about to pack hl bags
: and leave thoVscene of his form former
er former triumphs. (He Is overt using
his free poslajl privileges as an

ex-Congros xrhan ; to s'e 1 1 his T

"Ex-Congrcssmfenare entitled to

free jpostage for Six months aftT
they leave effice to clean up their
official busihessf ''t K
This privilege! is i not' supposed to
be used, 1 of ceorse, for- personal
mail. Vst Velde is sending out cir circulars,
culars, circulars, postage' free, to prospec

tive', home -buyers, .offering 'his

house for ?ale: ', :
It might De -called direct mail
advertises at. the .taxpayers' ex expense.
pense. expense.
i Velde's circular offers1'-f Excel Excel-leht
leht Excel-leht Opportunity to p rchase love
ly one v stwy tedv brick rambler.

first clasr 1 condition; from origin original
al original owner, 'House -a little over two

years' old.1 in perfoct location for

members -of congress. or Capitol

Hill employes, -as well as Andrews
Air Base and Boiling Field Per

sonnel V .Owner willing to psint

walls irt" polors' desired by purch

aser. Immediate occupancy can

be arranged. Call" former C 0 n
gressman, 1 Harold H. Velde ... to
arrange nppointment to see home

and discuss -details ana -purcnase

price.'! -

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, yoUl pay homage o.

. (Rabbi Tldtkan Witkln
l.-FricLay, May 24,- at $ ':00 p.m

in recognition of his 20 yean ofsaetivitieso
t vet- ....'?- ' i ?. !,'"' : "';:

: "V for the good of the community;


12-story control tower shown in i

artist's drawinf Is scheduled tox
rise at Newark .Airport, NJ
, The 190-foot tower, to bo built
by tho Port of New York Au Authority,
thority, Authority, has a completion data
n early. 19ML It is to U on
'th tnost efficient and largest
, ha- tho world nd- will cost a
million, dollars, Dome, at. top,
houses radar unit.

not now
Investor; ;
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THURSDAY, MAY 23,, ir.7

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' DEDICATION The Rev. Dr. Billy Graham addresses a group
: of worker for his crusade as he dedicates New York's Madison
i Square Garden as a place of God. The 38-year-old 5evangelist
"Irom North -Carolina, who' has preached around the world
before-millions of people, began his planned schedule of 47
t consecutive evening evangelical t meetings open "to everybody
' on May, 15. s

Ikei: Delayed:, Civil? Rights
' v ,,:.v' n ' j;;t 'T 'r
PtogramlCleared Fop Action

1 WASHINGTON1, May 23 (UP)

i The traffictcop Htouse Kuieg com committee,
mittee, committee, by an easy'8 to 4 yot e,
cleared President Eisenhow-

, jar's- long-delayed civil rights pre pre-A0r.n1
A0r.n1 pre-A0r.n1 fn Mniisc artiort. v J i. t rt.

; House Democratic Leader' John
-W.iMcr.ormitcki' (Mass) promptly

said he, would call up .the tour
th week of June 3

XniuiH Leaders generally agreed

' that it would, be passed without
i too much truuble But leaders on
xtheK Senate side of the; Capitol

weren't too optimistic. Senate He-

publican leader jyviuiam r abuw:
land (Calif) forecast "lengthy de

an ji li. "i I ll- i i '"fry '" ' .'''". --

bate 'which

some might" call a

rUU kck, Manama Uty
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" today, ThursdayMay 13.
' nft1rntur Review i r

4:30-.Whf s Your Favorite (re-

quests laaeu tr:v"ws
5:3fr News r '"J v'r ::Jl
6:35 What's Your T t pr 1 1
T tcdnt'dV't v-'
6 :00-J-Allen Jackson- comroen-
- tary (WRUL) - -1-15
-REVIEW (Pabst Beer) (
6:3CU-Telephone Hour (JVRUL)
i 7:00 Goon Show v
- 7:30-i.VOA .Report Prom Co..,
t-1:00 Elizabethan;Tlieater:;
g:30 Take It Prom Her r;
-v 9:00 You' Asked For It (r"
h quest taken by (Phone
U tUI,7:30)-;-V v:,;'
10;30-A!uslo From Hotel El Pan-

10:45 Tempie ururnnu, ,i
11:00 Concert Undef The; Stars,

12:00 Sign- oik fe."
Tomerrb'w, Friday, May. 14

4:00 Sien On Alarm Clock

,-. ciul -(requests taken

- by phone tui 7:00)
rWE-&tornln Salon 'Concert

t:15 Church In The Wildwood

1:30 Musical Reveille -f
9:00 News -i ; "' ? ;:
9:15i-iSacred Heart' ..p,'-.--.
a-ao Aa I See It -;


(Cutez ana oaoronoj

10:05-Spln and Needles (re-

.v quests taken by

phone till 8:30).

11:05 Spina And Needles

(cont'd) v
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
1JK)0 Newt .- v,
pjw, .-,
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI-
CAL (Nescafe)- c r u
12:30-Sweet And Hot --y r
1:00 News 1
1:15 Music Of Manhattan'
1:30 Son Of The Pioneers
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show -2:30
The. Virginians

3:00 Hank Snow And His

' Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show--3:30
Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite re-

r r Giv tHer Chance
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However, the civil rights meas measure
ure measure was given a better chance of
getting thrsugh this Congress than
it has previously, : Even if it isn't
acted on by the urrent session,
it can be 'called 'up :in the Senate

aunng next year s session without

having -to retrace. Jts lengthy

nuuse course. i---

in any case Southern 'senators

are certain to fight it with all the

weapons at band. -Rules
Chairman Howapd 1 W.

Smith (D-Va) declined to give the

vote oy;. wmcn nis House commit

tee cleared -the measure. However
the 8 to 4 vote was ...confirm Ad

from other committee members.

. Unlimited 1 Amendments'
The "committee provided' that
the House spend four days debat debating
ing debating the controversial bill, a longer
time than -usually is given meas measures
ures measures In- the House. It. said the
measure would be opened, to un unlimited
limited unlimited i amendments, from the
floor. .' c j,
At. today's weekly White House

legislative conference Rep. Leslie

Arenas '(K-lii) predicted that
"without doubt1, the House will
nail nunT finkta "-

f"" m ,v A ,1119 win,.
McCormack sajd last night he
thought the House would pass the
bill by a vote of "from two to two


: LAS VEGAS (NEA) The $15
million Tropicana - ghost hotel
of Las Vegas for mor than a year
finally made' its' point with the
Nevada Tax Commission, and ; is

now collecting peoplei nstead of

dust.' 1 . t

The point wasn't 7 or 11, but

Whether a big chunk of Frank Cos

telloe alleged 1 "crime syndicate

money was mixed up somewhere

in the big report hotel, about which

Milton Bene tupped:

"I've played cities smaller than

the Tropicana."

Completed In- lata '1955, the ho

tel gethertd desert dust instead of

gold dust until lest 1 month: when

ths Commission announced that if

Costollo hud helped launch tht pro

ject, ha has now ben includad out.

A few davs aeo the hotel doors

swung open for. the unveiling of

300 plush rooms: Monte Froser's

elaborate showmanship in a Broad

way revue type show starring

Eddie Fisher) a gambling casino

with- an. expected daiiy handle of

$25,000; the gourmet cuisine of

Los Angsle famed restaurateur

Alex, PeruMTand wall to wall

luxury- everywhere

Just why,: 1 don't Know, nut uie

Trooicaha even pipes, music un-

derwate:; Jn' he swimming PooL


tunes are lor tne pleasure 01 any-

once attemrting a submersion re

cord.' But rumO-' persists that it s

used to Airge guests OUT of t h e

pool and INTO the gambling casi

no. .,




nd one-nolf to one.''

.Watered-Down Version

The fbur-oint bill. 5 at'i somewhit

watercc-aowirr version -f the d-

mmistration's' civil rights program

was approved 'last March by the
House : Judiciary Committee. The

measure' wouia: y; if ,..

Create, a hlDrtfsn rnmm!lnn

10 s. investigate cnarges that citi-

rens"-. votinj! rights are being de

nied because their color. rate.

religion or national origin.

Set up a separate civil riehts

aivision 'Wh ie Justice Depart

Authorize the government to
start civil suits directly in federal
courts ior injunctions or other re-j

lief to prevent civil rights viola
tions. X "'

- Strengthen voting protections by
prohibiting private individuals as
well as public officials irom in-

terfering vth voting in, elections
ior federal offices. "
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Jteberry Blonde t

Gngsfar Have Hfi

FORT WORTH, Tex., May 23
(UP) A strawberry blonde widow

101a police today ahe killed gang gangster
ster gangster Jack Netbit when he -lunged
at her across a 'coffee tabla in

their apartment because she want

ed to break off their romance.
. Vl'm. sorry I bad to do it," Mrs.
Louis Martin Stripling. 31. said.

But he was coming after me.

When he rtepped over the coffee

table, 1 le blm have it."
Mrs.'Striptin. widow of M cam-

bler who died a natural death,
said she fired four times with a

.32 caliber gun yesterday in the

living room of their apartment.

She started from the knees and

worked opt 0 his chest, she said.
Police sasd Nesbit, 52. wit prob

ably tne man who planted

bomn. that blew up Mrs.

- packed opening glit

tered witj a host of movie and

TV stars v' imported from Holly

wood, and "greenhorn gambler"

jueonie itcynoids learning now to

shoot-diet? in the casino.-"

Apparently Mrs, Fisher did all

right, though The last I saw of

her she uac a fistful of $100 bills.

But her. casino etiquette was s

pain to dice stickmen, who con

tinually hac to warn her:

"Please, lady, take your elbows

os tne table.", v ;v -

A hotel closing.- and reopening.

in Las Ves and there have

been several in the last few months

starts thr old rumor that Vegas

is Behind, thp '"Overbuilt" -eight
Koll Th' TranltDiia msalrAti 1rt Kltt

waiii x 11 v 4iuitun tuuAi.v o.u Vij

plusn notcis, with 15, 000 roomsr a-

long two mues of. Highway,- 89's

fmed Strip.

But the occisfonal dosing and

opening of doors are explained a

way here' with "bad management
and internal strife" and this ap

parently is tne trutn.A : t


; Written for NEA Service

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Pate-'-Paas -.-.....'.
i Opeping lead 4V X .-

LAS VEGAS zamblme lumped

$10 milliO'i -t- 2u per cent in 1956

; and the year s visitors totaled

7,842,330 with an increase of a mil-

hon predicted for 1957.

Vegas isn't aven worried about

a ust announced caJrech elec electronic
tronic electronic computer -that --can v play
perfect games of blackjack and,
it's said, even detect behavior
patterns cf a roulatta wheal. '

This p!ufl Tn gamaiar stiil has

to worry about how to- get a Ve

gas hotel room something no e-

lectronic computer has yet figur

ed out. , ,$ :

A spectacular 60 foot waterfall

and rock garden at the entrance

to the Tropicana looks like a de

sert mirage, but there's no argu argument
ment argument about the ixrop hitting the

top in this town that rocks and

roUs 24 hours a day. Unlike, many

other Vegas layouts, the Tropica

na was designed and built as a re-

solt hotel, not as a casino and night

club- with adjoining rooms, ;


the Sand and the Sahara, will con-

centratate on starring big names

in its supper clubs, there seems to

be a growing idea toward less ex

tensive shows at the other seven

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"Flnessee never work for me.'

moaned Hard Luck Joe. I guess

I ougnt to taxe up gin rummy.'

"It looks to me as if you were

playing gin rummy," said North-

There was o reason to leopar

dize your contract by using up

one of my high club to get to my

hand for tne finesse in trumps.

Wouldn't rame and rubber be

enough ior you -without the over-

U1CX7" .- 1

TROPICUTIE Marge Nelson,

Miss A. in 1956, now graces

the line of showgirl, at the
Hotel Tropicana. Las Vegas,

1 Nev. Along with dancing tal

ent, the line holds more than
CO beauty awards; u

Right new the accent fs en dar

ing. Pans style girl revues, with

bare-bosomed beauties. The woll.

stacked Keep the clubs Well-pack

Until the Tropicana opening,

Muton Bene at the 1 Rancbo Ve

gas, and Sammy Davis Jr at The

Sands, were doing the best bust

ness in town. Eight years on TV

gave Bene a public that's wild a

bout him nd ready to cheer gags
like "Phil Silvers is this" year's

me. '...,. v.." v v.'...i

r mi', '.j'

As asnaL Joe had brought this

nard iuca on nunseii. Tne con

t.rttrt mam an rrWlnt tmm mnA

them7KliA r,vrtHrlr ir nti-i In In

aeion pilcate they ahcmld not be played


ivooie. wnpn sne srrppa on wefor whea they Jeopardise
Starter of ber car Jn 1M9 He also Age contract.

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..i; ...JV. 'years later and of

-. t'J P gambler and bis pregnant

. It, V ue in Uieir ca
6:00 Allen Jackson commen-

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- REVirw (Pabst Beer) -1:30
Tor Tunes cf thr week
T:001Thirty Minute Theater
T:30 VOA Report From OA
i:D0 W-Jsic Py Roth
1:30 Short ftory Thestet
9:00 Yoa Asked Tor It (r-

- c-fts taken ty phone!

Finnish Cabinet
Resigns; Issue ;
Was Wage Policy

snaHa laa A Trui aKiM W. a

hi. Jf. 'Piayed ace and another trump.

West snoukl nave won that trick
and cashed a. spade. East would

still make his axe of diamonds

but North's long diamonds would
be established for a club discard
before East and West could do
anything about that suit

As the hand actually went Joe
entered dummy wilh the ace of

clubs In order to Use the trurnp

HELSINKI. Finland. Vtv 23-'

UUP) Soriai remofriic Premier finesse The finesse lot to West's
Kerl-Auer-i F?frho!m r-ent1 king arid West croreeclpd to cash

jh.s fs'.nrt'i rv;rnauon to Prett- ov.m made rd then lead th

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-19:3a Cavalcde Of Aertcfc able mirc- fsi- the. cabinet fell 'cot In with the ace cf tf:ar"mds
11:00 Jaa r.'l M J:. ;ht jr-etaue rf i:i fa.Iu.-e to sjree on he led a third club end wsf
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SUGGETION BRINGS AWARD Juan Urrlola, (center),' pro-
perty and supply supervisor, Engineer maintenance division,'
v Kngmeer section, U.S. Army Caribbean, displays' his $10.00
' check and suggeslon award certificate to co-worker Joseph,
Dimpfl, (left), and CWO James W. Snjtder, Jr., (right), as assistant
sistant assistant chief of the maintenance division. Urriola sug suggested
gested suggested that Ordnance receiving station procedures be revls-
ed and consolidated to permit customers jnaking turn-ins
' -to complete all transactions in one building. - 1
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softnesa, cmoothneaa, freshness begin r in 1
daysl Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
t; away-and to speed relief get amazing new

greaselees Cuticura Medicated JLiquid for use
during the day. And do try new Cutkura-'
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with haVIademoiseUo Emilia R. de )s
Leon expert beautician from the
world famous Lancome Beauty .. (
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Fres consultation without V
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From 9:30 12:00 3:00 6.00 p.m.

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airport o receive a gift kitten sent him by -Vice ,4
President Nixon's family. The kitten, ; Nixie, is ;.
presented by stewardess Kathryn Walensky.. ,Ed ,Ed-ward,
ward, ,Ed-ward, a polio victim, got kitten through his brother.

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emutate7Mothbu.y dentin relieving the pressures of M. job. Sophomore Don Persichetty enjoys the., .son Square Gardenores J2;.!'-
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his pints as he kisses the hand of Queen FreSerika of Cruet in' Athens The boy", discard the traditional "tuxedo style" of his breed for X
had just accepted on behalf of his elder sister a bank book with the first deposit ; 1 a candy-striped bathing suit in Culver City, Calif.
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UN observer W. KlangEod explairi the use of a ballot for1 a plebiscite in British'

Togoland..They can' join the uok toast or can conunue unaer. wuiwwuj'v

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' left) Mrs. Becky Grieder, Dianne Cameron ahd Pat
; Russell display fancy headgear from the "Mad
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study the movements of the sun during the Interna- with U. S. Air Force. A'record is made of the'rotation : ; )
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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1357

, a Answer t Prvlou Ptrfxle

' GETTING READY FOB RACE Working" hard to get ready for the Atlantic-Pacific, ayuco;.
' 8ace through the canal this weekend, May 24-25, are these boys -of Explorer Post No. IB. v
fKSsM their coach: CL-R): Jan;Viney.rd, W Wma w Tto
1 Toci and Charles Rentz. The annual race is sponsored by. Canal Zone Council No 801,
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Army Caribbean transportation of fleer presents
certificates to-(left-to right)
Hicks and Mrs.-.Vivian A, Haydel, all employes of. the 'trans 'transportation
portation 'transportation section at Fort Clayton, in ceremonies held recently
at Fort dlayton.i The 'certificates were presented in "cogni "cogni-r
r "cogni-r tion of the recipients having accrued 1,000 hours of sick leave
-' an approximate ten-year period. (U.S. Army Photo)

Inaugurate Hew! York-Barbados

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PA-C)- The Hon. M. E Cox, Minister of Transportation,
Industry and Labor (right) represented -the Barbados govern-;
ment when the inaugural Barbados flight of Pan American v
World1; Airways arrived from New-York. He was presented a

model of the .newest Clipperbr Wilbur' h. Morrison, execatlve
'Vice president in charge of tbe airline's Latin American Divi Division.
sion. Division. Ternftn C. Knight (left) of DaCosta Company PAA ;
general agents in Barbados, was one of the official hosts at
the historic occasion. The new thrice-weekly ronnd trip Clip Clipper
per Clipper flights also link- Barbados with Miami and Latin America.


. What a mad house! Zonians are
out and everyone is on uie to. aU

yoii hear is "please sign my Zon-

iani'vu t toe nest year DooK x ve
seen. 1 wouid hke very

mucn to print tm Ionian staff ae

dicauon m tne foreword; of tne

"'We,' the Zoman staff of' 1957,
proudly present to you your year

oook, a pictorial recora ot tne ac

Uvuies ci tne past year. We have

done our best to make the zonian

vivid m word ana picture out u

was impossible to eaten some oi
our fouuesi memories; Aememoerv

Whispermz in the library, pep ral

lies wnere weyeiled our imigs out,
the excited preparations tor a

dance, tue joy of an honor won or

the momentary heartbreak when

it wasn't? All these must be kept

stored in our minas and. hearts.

I think that sutns up everything,
with great sincerity, in a nutshell.

(t wou t e tne same in BhS with without
out without the' admired and mighty sen seniors,
iors, seniors, ut it is not only a sad loss

to us but a gain to a tine school or

to : the -service which wm De as

proud of them as we are. Fre-

well seniors, and may the road oi

the future bring nothing but hap

piness attd success. Good uickl

Alter a ween ox nery campaign

ing and a great deal of thougnt
the SA officers have been elected.
Congratulations to George Barbier,
prexy; Solly Tousieh, veep; Shiela
farbman and Joan Dimpfl, the

secretaries for the year 1958. They
are a groat and hard ; working

team and will make SA the great greatest
est greatest everl ,...'
The awards assembly was held
today. There, was quite a mixture

of feelings among the students dur

mg the .assembiy.t There were

those who bubbled over with gra

titude and happiness and surprise
at having won-! such an honor.
Then there were those' who were

happy for the others but way down

deep in their hearts there was that

feeling of sadness and sorrow

but then those are the rules of

life. This is going to be one long,
long' list of names, but each one
deserves mention, so bear with

First was the B league Intra
murals awards which were receiv

ed by Niza Pasamante." Carolyn

Cora and Judy Engemt.. Judy is
the girl, ae you will see as 1 go

along, whn really stole the show.

Charlotte Hern. Joan Lawer and

June Barlow the A league awards.

Boys lntramurals by Ed Cunning

ham and varsity girls by Judy Jbn

gelke. Owen Sutherland received

the baseball trophy. Dan winklos

kv was awarded the most out

standing athlete. Meunda Marshal
received the music award: and

Richard Richardson the John Sou-

sa band award. Fairlee Skinner

won first place in the Chess con contest
test contest The nhotography prize went

to Bill Ku-uand, Koland Eiien

and Carl Toothman. Carol reran-

tie received the NSPA award for

the group. Linda Jacobs won the
Quiland Scroll award. The three

students who placed first, second

snd third in the Time current af

fairs test were Dick Wright, Frank

Mni:r aoa urn srunner.

" The -chemistry lab assistant a

ward was received by Frank Town

send and the physics by John
Smith. The first year Spanish a-

ward was presented to Kay f low

ers and the American Legion Span

ish award went to Judy Engeike.

The winners in the math contest
were Diane Jacobs, Joe Pustis and
Louis Wood. Dick Wright reciered

the most outstanding scientist a-

ward, and Bill Dolan the ROTC a-

ward. Tne naiDoa uons ciud pre presented
sented presented their scholarship to June

I Barlow and their $1,500 to Joan
Degenaar.: ... t : v. j

The national merit scholarship

swards went to Disne Jacobs, Ca

rol Perantie, Marcia Lewis, Joe

Pustis an Meunda MarshaL The

two most outstanding graduates
were MHirxia Marshal and Dick

Wrieht. Disne Jacobs waa the high

est ranking senior. The four peo people
ple people bo hid all A's this year were

Jean Iiirrrf1. Barbara Bsruett.

Carol Persruie and Diane' Jacobs.

of eeurse! That s au for bow, folks.

ACBOBS 83 Nuisance f L L 1

1 Sleeveless 4 Tooth stamp
garment 95 Malt drink
S Head covering hi Hops' kilns



11 Toward the :
sheltered side
IS Miss Gardner
14 Shield

i from a boat
16 Fastener. 2SS?i
rH kiAuiu Male swan

IB Bntk latter sPk,?r

19 Flock ot

1 Manservant
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Sleeveless tt Bird f

outer garment Jl woolly

st. nosnru


bitterns v

21 Male cat u
32 Western.
, of Sioust
23 European

28 Asterisks

20 Yellow

, bugle plant
SO Flax (dial.) 1
' SI Above (poet,)
32 Eucharistie v
wine cup
S3 Veil silk
35 Potato (dial)
v 138 Frenchman's
, Paris -.38
Pertaining V
to a tissue
41 Masculine
fn, appellation
42 Motor
,48 Anger
1 ; 47 Volcano -'
49Hsrem room
80 Fruit drinks
-: i 81 PrecipiUtioa
(82 The sun

10 Prescribes
11 Abounds
18 Snuffled

30 Appraise

28 Lath

33 Scottish dot
34Museof -,
' 88 NuUifles -M
Most unusual
U Wharves


43 Feminine, j,
- appellation
44 False god
. 43 Low-lying
valley (poeti
, 48 Anglic
(ab.) .5
30 Army -7
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Governor Of Florida Bitterly
Attacked On Race Segregation
....nmn r.. ZTTOS I 4S-Ki.inaVi ntin fT lilra 'lit.

Members of the House attacked le chddwould do whm h has

ciaf segregation today and the called the attorney general every
. li.a.-& I IrlnJ- mM AtttM Mima ltea MAiiIH

Senate Education Committee ap

senate uui;ii ..,n,.-.-ww --.

Xk tb. governor. h..-trongly was 2S&f&&T&XZ

iorneyt general.. .
,Reps.!; Tdm; Besley of 'Walton,
John Crews of Baker and Herrell
steered to 'prejudice your, minds.'
Ran l)miufir RnrrAti At Itatf

cused Cross of making "the groi-
. it J ... ... 4 ;

ci nu u euori m pring our
prejudices into play,"
sicksrs of the measure Insist Insisted,
ed, Insisted, It.; only .allowed the teverner,
to employ competent eltemeys
te.keeii.hlm abreast of court 9e.
allien ; and ether develepments
and, was .entirely setregatien


1 tu. kin wauU alldw i county

school boards to close schools to.
evoid integration with the ap-
proving vote of 2$ per cent of the.
electors in the school district..
Sponsors of the bill claim it will
stop "turmoil, strife end bleed bleed-shed"
shed" bleed-shed" ever segregation : Issues,"
. ?. "J.-'- 4
fw was little eoDOsition to

the bill in the committee. Sen.
in. ir.tnn of Miami said it might

cause trouble in counties that only

have a few scnoois.'-; v

The House, which ; already .' nas
lassed the "last resort" bill, lash lash-a
a lash-a mit at Cnllini oDDoaition to

drastic segregation measures.
Cnma axoiliad him Of actually trV-

ing to integrate Florida schools'

"I am not convinced ox uie gov governor's
ernor's governor's sincerity when he says he

wants -to preserve segregation,
narinhlipan Retv Fred Petersen of

Pinellas said as the House split
AAm. onan n a hitter. nam-call-

ing battle over Collins'-, proposal

to- create a inree-io-iive memoer

racial advisory commission, ,s v ; ;

-' Rep, J. fmery Cross of Ala Alachua
chua Alachua said he was told by a
that Collins r would appoint Ne Near
ar Near oat t the committee. X r e s s
edded that he "doubted"- Col Col-lins'
lins' Col-lins' views en segrHtio.
, : j- "j ;' .,''
'Tha TTmna which had BaSSOd

the 850,000 measure creating the
uminittM Ml? IS. tOOk it UD B-

gain after holding it up for weelf

on a motion oy step, wuuam uny uny-pell
pell uny-pell of Marion to consider the
Senate approved bill. It passed
again by a 49-41 vote but a flood of

amendments requirea mai n
again to the Senate. ;
rhann-ii. who oHffinally had

voted for the measure, led last last-ditch
ditch last-ditch fight to kill it despite chsrg-
h Ran W. C. HerrelL Dade.

that Chsppell had held the bill en

reconsideration -so no coma io
down to the governor's office and
try to trade with him on other le legislation."
gislation." legislation." ; , I :'

v.. A mi Um who wIH be

nnnintad In this eommisiion,"

I Chsppell said. ."It could be the

most dangerous piece s1" s1"-tion
tion s1"-tion designed to integrate, tha
schools of this state."

- The two-hour fight emphasised
a wide split In the views of Cel.
lint end Atty. Cert. Richard Ir.
vin. Chappell had steered to
House passage Irvln "Isst re re-eort"
eort" re-eort" bill to close public schools
in event of Integration, and he
Kotly criticised termor elreelt
fudge L. L. FsMslnski of Pense Pense-cole
cole Pense-cole fee eriticlsint irvm.
r:.winkt fcaaded a soeclal le-

! anmmittM lilt Mif W B i C B

drafted Florida's pupU assignment

law. HO also was cniirman oi
three man advisory committee
iet up by the g try era or which in included
cluded included Florida State University

President Dosk S. Campbell and
f-WiU A and M University busi

ness manager J. B, S. Lee, a fe-

gro. ;

lost a -fight, Chappell laid, 5; "He

kind of low down name. he could

'I t's


now; BM!B.CR

rg the sensational

coml)inatiQrjL o

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15: ,a,ilidB..

This la fh Ideetim to visit Lima, using Panagra'a ensatJoiial paylaftet
The city nd bnachea bathed in plaa Rsmeinbwr you can hooeei r,
sun offer innumerable attractions between two top ierricef: daily de-
to travellers. Spend day of enchant- luxe El Inter Americano, flyinf rsv
ment making thia wonderful trip, by . dar equipped DGr or thrifty 11
Panagra. And now you can do it Pacific DC-Cffa. i

: : pAir AanrAVi :

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a aiaaaw a. la an. OS aei AAJ aB ak aft.

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"WHCrr TlfrisE'SWCKEThowrh'be's'shoirn creotingf
ew cr?w .f his owtv Sea. John Xa MeClellaa D-Ark ).
IS bor clparir.g the atmoFphcre these iy in Washington,')
0. C. KiS Job as chairman of the Senate Labor Rackets Investi Investigating
gating Investigating CcrmnitUe is 1 dispel the smoke screen of snystery sur
- rouDiiAg various sikgtd uokm-ratkets cor,BecUoaL

"tv '-.': ANNOUNCES .; )'"' ',' lj
t A'atx weak aummsr course for new gtident
. : . -. and beginner tUrtinf; June 3rd. -1

Rcfistnticm My 29th -MO io 12:00
, Clasees new le session will coolies
U Jry 15th
atnlg bis of Columbus Bldg. -.' Balboa
Residence pbene t-fJl



-'.' -Tj-,,', i ...... i ' ;
VV ara vry iorry-to-lnform our eusktri Att
uflforaaeartitroubloiltaa Java!opad InyeBa-tfw;
new 6,600 KW: fantratort at tha tan Frtnctaaa-
Elactric Plant V' ?;

V ''
. ( Wa ara dotng avarythln, poaalblo a that-wiir; t

customers will not ba unduly Inoonvanlanaad,
While our techniclana are worklnf' around "thar
, '..'' --
clock, to repair tha anaratorf,K la naoaaaary to.
reduce thausa of aleetrlclty. Wo kindly Taqtfoat
our residentlal,commerciaJ and induatrlat 'Ouo-,
Vtomora' to limit to mrnlmum tho uso-of-olao

i trtclty.

. and 10:00 P.M.

- Here are a few things you can do help us meet this emergency:
;1. Turn off ybur air conditioning equipment. :- j

r "2. Turn bff,!dry closet lights or devices.
.3. Turnoff thedectric water heater.
4. Reduce the use of .electric : ironing to a minimum.
V 5.-Reduce to a minimuni the opening of refrigerator doors.
6. Turn off all unnecessary Iightirigr, : r
7: Reduce to a minimum theuse of all appliances. Jf i
-,".'.r-: V- v"'v '.'.' ' '-'''T.i y.-' '.'.' .V'.f "'"'- ' ..: v-;
: !t, 1 -'' v ; TVs pitifully ippnclits-your tMpirttlon urlnf thli mirjijr


Social ana xJtkerwide 13ox f34,i :
. Staffers fatt

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WHAT A SURPRISE Mrs; Peter Peca shows genuine surprise
at the farewell gift of a silver punch set which was given to
her by the Fort Clayton Officers' Wives Club at a tea given
to her honor Wednesday. Mrs. David Ramsey is making the

Many private parties Tie with official functions In enter-
talninr delegates to the Tenth Annual General Assembly ot
theCoffee Federation' of the Americas at the Hotel El Pan-
"""Tonieht the Ambassador of El Salvador Dr. Francisco
Lino Osegueda and his wife will give a cocktail party a t the
- Embassy residence in honor of the delegation of
liTof El Salvador to the Assembly and Its chairman Antonio
Serrano Langlaia,

Rabert Memmlnger
Assumes New Post In Rome
Robert Memminger former
Counsel of the American Embassy
and Charge d'Affaires ad interim
in Panama has gone to Rome, Ita Italy
ly Italy to take over his new position as
Councilor and Supervisory Consul
General for -all Italy.:
He will succeed Wilson" Flake
who has been appointed first US
Arabasador tq the new Republic
0 Ghana.
Mr. and Mrs. Memminger made
friends during their tour of duty
many friends during their tour of
duty here and they write that they
hope to see some of them hRome.

Bea Gardner
Gives Exhibit In Hawaii
Miss B. Sturtevant Gardner, who
was a Jeader in the art world here
for many years and is now making
her home in Woodstock, New York
State, spent the winter in Hawaii.
. While there she interpreted the

local scene m various media,' and
gave an exhibition in the patio of
the Library of Hawaii. Her paint

ings of small boats and sailing,
scenes drew particularly favorable

comments from, tne Hawaiian


First Luncheon
Of New Term For
Doctor's Wives
The May luncheon of the Doe-




From 6:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.

3 Listen To Our New Orchestra

Atlas Garden
Tela. 2-4830 2-2423

tor's Wives Club took place at

Aiorook Olficers' Cluo yesterday
with, Mrs. ; Norman Wiley, newly
elertcuf nrPEiripnf in tho r-hair

Hostesses were the following Al-

DrooK laaies: Mrs. Hamuton vebo,
Mrs. .Francu Kane. Mrs. Harrv

Romero. Mrs., Chants xuorris anu

Mrs.-Fred. W2 Ten Evk."'

Alter tne luncuco ''uirst hin-

go" was Played with ''white ele

phants" for prizes. Most popuiar

elephant" was a stuffed iciiann

contributed by Mrs. Gerald ; Cos-

grove.-- . :'.

Committees were chosen to par.

ry out the work of the club. Mrs.
David C. Burke is chairman of the
playroom committee and will be
responsible -for roundine iin vnlim.

teers from Gorgas Hospital and

Balboa wives, Mrs. Robert; M. Alt Alt-man
man Alt-man will do thn limn thinv in re

gard to wives of -doctors of the

Armea forces on the posts,' :
Hostesses whn'niill oll

bers are Mrs. M. Konnov..

w vn,ivuj 1 VSV&
gas staff, Mrs. W. Maloney, interns
and residents, Mrs. W. Brown, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Mrs. A. Weir, Clayton, Mrs.
D. Litowlcsi. TCnhho nJ M.. -c

-------- .uu Mi-L a. j;
Bertoli, Panama.

XMew members who were wel welcomed
comed welcomed to the club were Capt. Ruth
Evans. Cant: V.uu .-j

D. John. Mrs. Julian Hunt hrniicht

guest Mrs. Chandler.
Members hn

Mrs. GeraM Cnaam,, : i

, i fe mi a. Car
los Llanes. Mrs. Thom niiHoo

Mrs. Gerald, Ehringer. Mrs. Ken
neth Turner, Mrs. Walter M. Ane-

line. Mra. Wranni. T -j

Mrs. Harry Romero.: ..-

It Wax rifriiioA 4h,t iU-

-- ui. : ujo ciuu
SnOUld disband fat- tha mnnlli

June and Julv tha nt ...

ing will be held In August

Mrs. Patricia Markun'
Elected President
Of Rosary Altar Society
Th Rnrv Altar K(Mittv nt Ran.

red Heart P.hanAl in Aninn hold

its regular, monthly meeting Tues-

uay evemog iouowing recuauon 01
the Rosary. Election of officers
was held and members elected for

the coming year were: Patricia

M. Markun, President; Joan R.
Cartntto. Virn-Presirfpnt- Helen

Thompson, Secretary; and Marie
de la Guardia, Treasurer.

Meetings will be susnended dur-l

ing ine summer montns ana re resumed
sumed resumed in October when installa installation
tion installation of officers will be held.
Following the business meeting,
refreshments were served by the
outgoing president and hostes for
the evening. Mrs. Helen Barrett.
Attending the meeting were: Fath Father
er Father Michael Wro C. M Raxtnr and

the Mesdamei Helen Barrett, Ma-

m a is Miaraia-ioaBr-caotto(
Helen Thompson, Irene Donovan,
Vivian Haydel,- Cecilia ? Waldorg,
Catherine Filo, Teresa Rupp, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hern, Michael Wye, CM,
Rector, and Juliets Burda, Molly
Edmondson. Angela Morton, Vi Vivian
vian Vivian Harrbld, Elinor Lambert, Y Y-vonne
vonne Y-vonne Bass, and the Misses Anne
MeDade and Betty Skelding.

MISS J R AlfFTTK fiwrrwl

GOOD, who will graduate with
honors from rristfihal Rich

School, Is one of the seniors a-

waraea scnoiarsnips by t the

. : Caribbean College Club.

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.??5S55?.'?2Pn -. ri,.rmer "tBdento of Georgia Instltuta of Technology and their wlves'enlov'thei; nl'.V;;.. :

u uisMuiauun 01 onicers at xn itancno iasi weanesaay. ;; : 1 - .. j mu j

Rayburn ; Sees Democrats

Cutting Taxes Next Year

.MISS ALICE LEVI, senior at

urieioDai High School, la one
of the two recipients of schol

arships from the Caribbean

. uouege Club.

Elks Begin Fund

Drive To Defray
Widow's Expenses


CnAirnM um Uounm-,1 InrtlPfltpH

I today he has deciOed to sidetrack
I. i-v ..... . .. .. mi. t'nr

this vear. But he renewed his

bredictiOn that Congres would

vote to reauce taxes ucai o.
He also stuck to his earlier tore tore-oast
oast tore-oast that anv such reduction would

v f- 1
. : . Tan

Da maae reiroacuve w ucav


Rayburn uiscused' the question

with reporters shortly after Jf resi

dent Eisenhower told his news

onnferenee he "WOUid never a-

.... t 1 1 itntii tne nrns-

glee w jr
pective federal surplus ,was much

Digger umu i ff,,f

J.l.u tk. rtamseratie BUlh for

tax relief obviously was prompt-

fey s report yesterday by a

group of ConflresMonal tax ex expert
pert expert rather than by tha Chief

Executive's open veto Tpreai.


tit 4

. (Continued on Pare 7)
Maine Will Now
Co With Nation
AUGUSTA Main. Maw 99

-- ---j w

inm ftiHine Legislature tnriav

' Ct cii constitutional imml.

menu which would eliminate the iarr.ous early state elec

tion anc extend the term of gov governor
ernor governor from two years to four.
The measures will be aimed hv

Gov. Gdiiitinil Mnclrto mmwit

10 tne people for zinar decision in

reierenaum next Keotemner.

Miane now hold ita atat

turn m September but votes, for

President In NnrtmW with tho

rest of the country in a presiden presidential
tial presidential year. T, early Maine election
traditionally has been watched as
an indication of the trend in the
later national elections. '

isuimian kikx nave initials

fund drive to defrav niwnu, nt

leeai counsel for t.h nHHnw t

xiccwr worge Baxter, Bxeeunve s open veto rnrvai.
who was killed on the Sabanas The speaker began re-examining
Highway last December. his tax strategy after the tax ex-

. . perts warned, that the $1,800,000-

uB..naxier. f wie .mouier or 000 budget surplus forecast Dy a a-tnree
tnree a-tnree small children, was offer- utiiinmr laat January was ex-

ed the SUtmnrt tf t.ha iminlm. j, A .1 1 vnn nnn nrm

wK UUia- IMTIRn ID Bill 111 U aiidUV.UUU.VW

tlon throuorh t.h rvmortmaKt a t

luu nca, ui riew oi me ua- costs.

favorable Rnnr wi vrrkiaa4

-V -VMM yWVVl"

juB were Miung against ner in


Tentative arrangementa have
been made by the organtoation
with Dr. Demetrin A PflPPfll Ana

of Panama's outstand criminal

lawyers, to act as private prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor to assure the carrying out

Circular lrt,tr hv ha i

- x wvaa iot
SUM to All nrtlfsj ho fV.. j

district deputy of the order, re-

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Methodist Church
In Panama Plans
Bazaar May 31

driV. MftV 91 kw Markka., x a.'

. j mcwucia oi uiv
Sunday School department of the

onouia Meuiocusi cnurch.

Th hint, mill w.. v.u i-i.'.

stalls, fishing wells, fortune tell telling;
ing; telling; games and other entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment.

The public Is cordially Invited.

When the reDort was called, to

AV. T) ....4 ktt.ntinn a ..iff

IWUCUk .VWiiMWU, M .04
federal spending is running higher
'than expected despite item econo economy
my economy efforts. .
But ha ssid. 'Ve eraworking
our very best" to balance the bud budget
get budget this-year and next "and we
certainly expect to do it."
"But, I certainly have pot yet
gone to the point where we can be
talking about tax reduction'
. Asked about the President's
statements, Rayburn fired back:
.a "I'm talking about a tax cut,
and I'ye been talking about one.
And I think next year we'll have
ne." : :
Thm an-aVjw AAA that h. nj.

lieved the surplus would be large
enough to justify reducing taxes
Jan. 1. He noted that Congress
now. is in the process of cutting
four or, five billion dollars from

the President's new money re

. Although much of the cut would
not iffHt Eiaonhnwmr'a t71 ann

000,000 spending program for next
W1P. n.vhltrfl nMitmA tk.t'th-

J u 1 -. M.. MiO
lawmakers would expect the Pres-

inent to irus us tinanciu sans
accordingly. ;

ne also said federal revenues
were continuing high and he
saw no reason why there should
jwt be a substantial surplus.
Savhura rafiiiMl t al.m ti

door, completely on the possibility

mat the House might take up a
tax bill this seainn. Rut ha aalrf

he doubted that such a measure

wouia get through the tax-writinf

House Ways and Means Commit

tee wis session.

fack notice for inclusioa la this
columa .hould be svbaittsd aa
typa-writfaa fetm sad nulled aa
the box lumber lin.4 j- .3..
elal and Otherwise M deHveted
bv to the effke. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted bt

Orchid Chapter 'Meets Tomorrow

cnanter Nn. 1 rtn t u. r

r win oe neia tomorrow eve

ning at 7:30 at the Scottish Rite

After thn mastina

iu in erven ann a niir.i .n4.i

will be held. IC" '-

: ..... Ii." via-
Rebekah Ciub Card Group :
Moota- Mi(i i. : . r :r

The Renekah' fnnk r.rj t fJL.

ttrill. maf .-fAMf.M Mr: w V V

. mviuv

i A aandwiert. iliart

and caffefl; win ha unfui u..'-ui

- J vu. p,i f T

Guests ar welcome, t .t
Archbishop Malxtegut
General Aaaamhhr ... t

Moots Tomorrow k i
The reeular HI A H i ft I V Ptsiailaaaaaaai

nteetinfl Of tbA Arrhhighnn .U.i

gui General Assembly Fourth D-l

s' 00 neia at uaiDoa Council
1371 on fiaibda tomorrow nieht

at 7:30. ... i'ZTT

A dinna will nru. !.. -.-11

g at the llvoh Hotel at 6:13 p.m.
Members from the Atlantic Side
will, meet ut, th rvi.4nu.i r l.

Margarita at 4:43Lp.m. for trana!

portauon ; v rs

l ' .l'?..'.-.!.'.

Isthmian Nutsm


Florida Senate


(UP) Compromise r versions of
administration measures creating

a VOluntarv lahor rnnci tatinm ur.

vice and setting up a state
investment rianartmant 1 tuhirlarf

through the Senate today without

aissentuij vote., -Senata
n.vcaaffa nmntata latrla.

lative action on the labor bill.

which establishes a madiatinn aar.

vice under the governor. Gov.'
LeRoy Collins recommended, a
separate division in the State In Industrial'
dustrial' Industrial' Commission, hut hath

houses voted this down. -
1 The ihva&tmant hill AaemaA in

bring the state more interest mo-

1 '1-,

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freak vegetables are blended ieeaj
this faiBous drink. Yoal love tet
lively flavor, end thrive OB Its vita

ania-pocKea sooa-

swao. AtaxaJtmo U
or Uft aneaJa Ml I
V-a aee rm tkd I
tcfresaaeat yea
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iarflinCBC Jff Bafc assjajjaeja
at ai ifcrimli araodea

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4" Sine (75 x 39") 67.60 ; 48.40
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6V Single (75V x 39") ; 95.15 72.75
6? .'Double (75" x 54") 131.55 89.45
Pillows (Extra. Large) I . ; 10.65


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. Porous WiU outlast
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Automobile Row 29-15 TeL 3-7175

v. -V?..

Th Isthmian Nnrut'"l

wul bold a special general meet meeting
ing meeting -Tuesda?, May 28, J:30 o.m.

in the Conference Boom, Gorgas
Mr. William Brown, Assistant to
speaker. Employment regulationt
and noliciea

- or- -w w ftviuaewu-

nurses on tne canal zona will
be dlSCUSSed. Ouestimia trma tha

uoor wnt n encouraved.-

ThO Board nf Hnvarnnra

professional nurses to attendina thi

meeting. ..... i

Paraise' Clvie Cewnel' 1
The Paraiso Civic Council will

meet tonieht in the music room

of the, Paraiso High school; up
for discussion will be the report of
the Shirtsleeve conference. nlana

for beautification of the townsite,
the revision of the constitution and

otner matters.

The meetine arill hm caued ta

order at 7:30 p.m. all residents are

urgea to auena. : t ; r.
' 1 11 1 'it 'Li

Budgsl CulIor$

Fail f o Pinch"
House Opcrclbns

The House almost got caught la

ita owa economy drive yesterday

but not quite. ....

WiW a nhila M 1nifcaA a. t tha

bodcet-eutters had tad whin hand.

They forced a roll call oa a mo

tion to halt work on a 100 million
dollar Cttnetructioa project ta give
members more office soace. plus

bsthrooms. ' t r
But when tha roQ was called,
tbey lost,i60 to 176. ,-.v

. .. , t
That cleared the way for House

easafe of a SJISIOS money

hill ta rna tho Hmu. tha Librsrr

of Congress, and the Government
Printing Office trthe .U months

huu tfui a.-

Tha fnaaciTTia mmm mnnnvrA- 771

to S3, on another roll call and sent

amng to tne senate.
The Senata will and funds to

Voulhem Bell Holes

Upward Wage Trend;

Pay Hikes Follow


Southern BelL Telephone Co. has
announced serement on a new with tha i CAmmimiaatinii

Workers of America providing

wage increases up to a weec
The old contract expired Sunday
nMnltftit- Hnf .' Kafna" 'Mintfnna

en an extension basis; provided in
thetootra"ct,-Wki la1 negotiations
iproceeded;i t.., '"'? -l -a.a';;:..

I Thrn'mntrml-t V Mtlftxt Tt tha

onion, would be made effective to to-dsy.
dsy. to-dsy. The raises ranged up to $4 de depending
pending depending on the town and job elas elas-siifcatinn
siifcatinn elas-siifcatinn of tha utilitv'a amnlnv-

es in Southeastern states. . .
"The wage. increases are neces-
f amr ta Wan thn nav nf Snntham

Bell people in line with wage lev

els prevailing ut tne communities
where they Uve and work." said

W. A. Thomoson. nersnnnai vice

'president o fSouthern Bell. ;

ine new contract win run tor
one year but will again be extend extended
ed extended unless terminated by a 60 day
notice from either party. v ;
"It is the policy of the company
to keep our people's wages in fa favorable
vorable favorable eomrjarianm with thma ni

other empbyes," Thompson said.

ney. from' millions of doilara. tn tn-laie
laie tn-laie lunar, still must win

annreval t,i hMm. i.M .nm. r

ate edopttt on the same toJI call'

r v'"yv uiu, aigo approved
by Collins, giving Florida fhant-

a major Voica in, tha .

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Tha TTnu.a it M. .V l- '

, ,vb: aiieraaon imar

-- -ww .niHg OCS OB
I the same measure before it be-
lma- In w t

Tha Rnun aliU .iLrf ;

lis moraine: uuun & jian..i-

racial segregation, releeted fn

toe second; time on reconsidera
fUlnr fee Of aanrllrlata.

Offices from thraa' tr.

cent. v 7-'

The San.ta HH! inn

omtiy aO'V
that would have relieved

a hill

, home

owners of the necessity oi! filing
an annual claim fori homestead

AftUP Voting in maa af a a

tomorrow fo get mora work done.
tha Senata na.iarf nHili.uJ

and sent tn tha hiu Km.

nriatina- twin ma .a .

hall oi Jama at the Stephen Poe;-

r jaemunai,. .ana adopting for :
Florida a uniform traffic code. It

BSSSed ta tha mnnw lunu Kill.

allowing paper companies to tapA
rivcp atalnr ani nrnhiKidna tfl

from taxing natural gas used foe

Thara -' "m Wah.ta ai i It.

companion investment measures
except for a comment from Sea.'
Verio Popev' St. Augustine, that
"Tlia lat thai. at.ta l.n. ttm

ifunds anyway it wants to as long
1A l.t. ....

ji m ecu mta tne approval OX
the bankers." .'.
Tha main hilt .at. m an tmmmt-

raent department under the Cabi Cabinet
net Cabinet Board, of Administration and
permits 'state surpluses to be in invested
vested invested in short-term federal aa-

curities and Florida bonds.

But the eomDanion hill

Florida banks a voice in aavina

wneq some so million aouara in
current idle funds can be invested.
j-iji; '$t.t i

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THURSDAY, MAT 23, 1337
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Caribbean College
Club. Awards Scholarships
At Annual Luncheo.i .'
Tha Carihhaan Colleee Club CUl

minated us vear's activities with

th .annual luncheon meeting at
the fiotel Washington on Saturday.
The luncheon high lighted the ac ac-tivites
tivites ac-tivites for the year.
Outstanding in importance was
the success of the jcenny Social
which, this year, provides two Sen-
inr nf Ois.nhai riieh School With

auu to.' uie firsi. year in col college.5
lege.5 college.5 Decision of the Scholarship
Committee, beaded by Mrs. J. F.
Meehan, were awards to Miss A A-lice
lice A-lice Lim and Miss JeanetU Swice Swice-good.
good. Swice-good. Both "will graduate with hon honors
ors honors en their graduation night. v
This is the first year that the
Caribeban College dub has offer offer-d
d offer-d two schoalrships, and the a a-wards
wards a-wards were made .possible only
through the combine cooperation
of the members of the organiza organization'
tion' organization' and the interested patrons of
the .Atlantic Side. -'
; Mrs. S. D. Puller and Mrs. V. i.
Morris were co-chairmen for the
luncheon, and with the aid of Mrs,
E. A, t had planned unusual de decorations
corations decorations for the event.: The tables
were trimmed with baby orchids
and both pink and white, fragipanj.
Beautiful colored birds added to
the' decor
New members were introduced
by Mrs. R. L. Brians, and cordages
wefls; prjsented' to, them .Mr An
thony Raymond honorary member
by virtue of his Interest and serv service
ice service to th club, spoke to the group.
Hia aspirations for the' future lead
to more and- better enthusiasm
and publicity so that the coming
years, can make the publio tm
more aware- of the purposes of
the organization, im: 't,;;':
Before Introducing Mrs. E: '' 6.
Bissett as, her president for the
year 1957-68, Mrs. Wallace E.
Bushing, retiring; president, men men-tioned
tioned men-tioned the many contributions to
1 the- year lust passed.She men mentioned
tioned mentioned in particular' the Executive
Board, the Committee Chairmen;
and the individual members who
were generous in both ideas and
Industry. Mrs, Rushing closed her
remarks' with good wishes for the
future success of the organization
and the- hope for future successes
in assisting the youth of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side toward further education.,

Mrs. J. A. BiaucowsKi, retiring
Vice President, presented Mrs.
Rushing .with, a pair of figurines,
representative of the',, native cos-,
tumes of Panama as a gift of the
Executive Board, .r
.I,,' I'W niT't "''''"!:"''"
Lion Soar Graduation Dance' ;:
Tmmmm' Mailt

El Panama Hotel will be the cen

ter ef attraction for local teen age
boys and girls tomorrowwbeii

the graduating class of Llona
Sear's MM Cotillion will attend to
receive their diplomas. These
young people have take examina examinations
tions examinations in the popular dances and in
th cnnial amenities and will be

ready to show proud papas and i
mamas how young laaies and gen-j

tlenrcn conduct themselves on a
formal party -' ;
Llona' Sears is awarding gold
trophies to the four students who
have made the most progress in
botn oancms anu social aquette
and the winners will not be an announced'
nounced' announced' until graduation .night
Otner outstanding stuuenu nave
been given special honors: Miss
Hrenria Karntnouse of Baiooa WUl

be Mistress of Ceremonies, Rob-

ert Baker of Bella Vista will be
Master of Ceremonies; and will in introduce
troduce introduce tne Guest Speaker, Mr.
William Arey Jr., PnbKe, Informa Information
tion Information Officer for the Panama Canal
Company; Donald Mallahan of
Balboa will be Sergeant v at-arma
and Billy. Bruha of Panama will
oa Grand Marshal; Trankie Axea Axea-rraga
rraga Axea-rraga will flay for'tfie dancing,
and Mr. Jerry Stec of Photo Hal Hal-con
con Hal-con will be on hand to take pro professional
fessional professional pictures for the students
souyemir piograma.-Sponsores for
this years Cotillion Class were:
Mr. nd Mrs. William G. Arey
jr.; Mr! and Mrs. John; Mallahan,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbam MaUory
and Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wood


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Ninth Teenage Jamboree

At Hotel Tlvell ; TT
The ninth series of the Harnett
and Dunn's Teenage Jmjxrc
wiU W held at the Hotel; Tivoli,
. ,ill etrt 'at TfiO.

This dance will be for, alljgroups'l

beginners, intermediate anq wun
clas. There will be ganjes, eUmi eUmi-natinta
natinta eUmi-natinta rfanrM. nrizes. buffet ana

a show. Harnett and Dunn will da

a Bolero Rumha no wai new va va-lypso.
lypso. va-lypso. Bonnie Davis and Joe Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds from Balboa will do, a Bock
N Roll with fllpa and lift One of
the featured dances of this Jam Jamboree
boree Jamboree will be the Turkey. Trot. The
competitive dances will be in the
fox-trot, Jitterbug-Bop, Viennese
Waltz and Combination of the
Latin dances, Merengue, Cha Cha
Cha, Rumba and the Calypso. The
judges will b Miss Bitsy Frensley,
Miss Hidalgo, Mr., Arnold Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, and fred Jenkins,,

.Tunim hosts and hostesses are:

Donna Trasavage; James 'Mar

shall.. Virginia Mauwing, uanny

Sullivan, Louise. Hirschmann, Ted Teddy
dy Teddy Marti, Joan Whitney, Tommy
Etxfon. Jo -Ann Marti and George

Jenninan. Senior hostesses who

wilt assist Misa Harnett tart airs

Mann-,' Mr?.-Jenkins, Mrs. Sears,

anil Mrs-. Kitsuns. rne next -jam-

borae vill be held at the Albreek

Officers Club i Sunday -.May

front 1 to 5 tt.nt.

Registration fot the ( summer
, classes -will-, be June 1 for the Pa Pa-cifte'idesand"
cifte'idesand" Pa-cifte'idesand" Jun the -l'fer the

Atlantic aide from. 9 to. 11 a.m.

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; Miss Xynda Geyer win be Ins

talled. Worthy Advisor of Cristobal
Assembly No.' J, Order of the
Rainbow for Girls, at an open Installation-
of officers to be held
Wednesday evening.: May 29,t- at

7:30 p.m. at fhe cnstoDar Masonjc
Temple. v,v ',
i Miss Terrv Louis, who Is com-

"pleting her term as Worthy Advi Advi-sor,
sor, Advi-sor, will be the Installing officer.
. All parents and friends are, most

cordially invited to attend .Re

freshments will bo served. In the
banquet hall following the instal

lation ceremony,. , 3r ?i
Delia C, Eastman
Of Paraiso Dies
- Delia! c. Eastman, five-year

old e-randdaurhter of Mr. and

Mrs. Byron D. Eastman of Parai
so, died early yesterday morning.
Funeral services will be held
at 1:30 Dm tomorrow In. the

CorosaJ Chapel- ri

ant' meeting at the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights all plans
were completed for the thirteenth
annual Daily .Vacation Bible

scnooi. ...

At the sunerintendents meeting

" a .mm

on Xucsday morning au nepan-

ments were tuuy orgamzea. as u u-sual
sual u-sual this year the ages of children
enrolled will rnge from three to

seventeen Tears. ..;-.?',

The theme of the school win oe

"Journeying with Jesus." This
Sieme wiO be carried out in all
epartments" adapted to the dif

ferent age levels. '-I- ;
The fdater of the school will be

June 10 through 21. The time will
h- e tn ii -sn a.m. the nieht of June

a has leen set aside- for special

graduation exercises wnen parents
and friands are invited to see the

results of the hours spent in class classes
es classes and view the handwork com completed
pleted completed by the children and young

Bus transportation will be -prov

ided free fronwthe' following

reas: Cuiundu. Ancon, jsainoa anq

Balboa Heights, Diablo and Los


All parents are cordially ; invit invit-A
A invit-A tn anro'l their children for these

twov Weeks of carefully supervised
study? and recreation. For reserve-

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M, "SANTA MERCEDES ..... Sails CrtetebaU Jane I
S-S. "SANTA CECnJA'..,..,...Salbj CrhUbal. Jane
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SA "SANTA MARIA" .....SalU CTtetabal, May XS
S.8. "SANTA MARGARITA" .Sails CrlsUbaL Jane 4
SA "SANTA BARBARA ..Sails Cristebal, Jane 11
S.S. "SANTA FT -Dne Bale, May H

SA "SANTA ANITA" ...,.........De Bea, Jan I
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IL "SANTA IT ...Safla CrtoUhal, May U
iS. "SANTA ANTTA Sails Cristabal., Jane II
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BIBLE SCHOOL PUPILS AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The graduating class of Bible Scho !&aft 1

the summer classes. This year Biwe scnooi wui run irora june jiu nru June i. ;ua cnuujiwrwiuuw wut-u .---.-. - ; ? , 3




l$n- 3irdt baptist GxurcltA Si


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At a Bible School Superintend-tions call Balboa 1727.; The offer-

gives you more to enjoy


inss are entirely for mission work

in the san Bias isianas mere is
no registration charse. .and the

church provides all matenals and


The staff this year includes 'Mrs.

Babara Edginton as General Su

perintendent. Mrs. umora uenxms.

intermediate Superintendent, with

Mrs.- Jean Keiehar, Mrs. Jean At

kinson. Mrs. Lydia Simmons as

teachers Mrs. Laura Crawford,

Junior Superintendent, Mrs, Elsie

Stoclcs 6: Sonds

new York. May J3 (up)

Dow-Jones closing stock averages

vaitarriav rm:

I .' .,' Open High LowVClose

30 Inds 504.93 306.82 S02.3S 504.43

2ft JtaUs; fll7j0i 147.W44i.0ft 14M2

1 UtiL 74.78 73.01 74.25 "74.601

U Stks 1T.83 177.08 179.33 178.06

Net changes: Industrials off l.BI.

rails off 0. jo, -utilities off 0.01 and

stocks etf 0.S8.

Transactions uses in averages

Industrial 196,200. railroads 73,-

700) utilities 47,500; ottal Jl,400.

Closing bond averages:

1 Close vChange

89.38 off 0.14

v 89.24 V Off 0.07
; 88.11 Off 4.44
88.40 .Off 0.08

91.72 t unch;

commodity futures

index (192-26 average equau XOOJ

closed ,at:157.0l, t 1 -. t

40 Bonds
10 W Rails
10 2nd Rails:

10 Utile

10 Ind s

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laaelaattaf Oaio!

aaH. aae yea a I


Jordan, Mn. Harriet Serger, Mrs. Iinf Mrs, Mary Barger, Mrs. Joyce'

AIImI Damah eiei tea All aalei M"l

nuclei 1 rii7f csa sv vaas. 0 f a

Leah Niti and Mrs. Dorothy Pat

terson as Superintendents of our

two Primary departments. Mn.

Doris Wallace, Mrs. Irene Davis,
Mrs.: Mary Darden, Mrs. Marian
Thompson,, Mrs. Mildred Bryant,

Mrs; Thelm Davis, Mrs. Mary A
beL Mrs. Blanche Hodges. Mrs

Gloria Aleman, Mrs. Dorothy
Brashear.'-Mr. Lenor H 0 u s e r,

Mrs. Dorothy Chapman, as teacn

ers: Mrs." Mary South and Mrs.

Loye McDaniel as Superintendents
of out twf. Beginners departments,
and Mrs. Mildred PBass, Mrs. Lo Lo-rena
rena Lo-rena Hawker, Mrs. Mary Street,

Mrs. Vera Kelly, Miss Judy Bee-

by, Mrs. Geneva Bradshaw, Mrs.
DeLilah Ksndel, Mrs. Joyce Buf Buf-f
f Buf-f ington, Mrs. Mae. Brickhouse,

Miss Sandrt. Nelson as teachers;
Mrs. Nova Isbell. Superintendent

of Beginners, with Mrs. Terry

Caldwell, jure, juarieen juciiaugn-

Blume, as teachers. Mrs. Ida Love
lady will act as. general secretary

and Mrs. Irene Anderson and Mrs.
Ruth Simonsen will be in charge
of the refreshments.

Minor Operation
Sends Congressman
To Hospital
WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP) -Rep.
Edward T. Miller (R-Md)
underwent minor rectal surgery

at the Betnusda; Md., naval hos hos-vital
vital hos-vital vesterdav and was reported

today in "excellent" condition.
Dr. George W. Calver, the Cap Capitol
itol Capitol physician, said Miller will be

in the hosphal for about 10 days.

A vounor nerson who' thinks 1 it

la cute to sDeak of hia carents In

uncomplimentary terms make a

migniy poor impression, nq one
thinks he Is cut or smart not
even other-vouna neODle: .

The person wno aoesn't snow
respect : for. his own .parents

apfsnshow jnupit for bimseir.

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Johnny Klippstein Haunts
Bums With Eighth Victory
n The Last Thre Years
JNEW YORK, May 23 (UP) Johnny Klippstein,
an ex-farmhand who never got a chance to make
the grade in Brooklyn, has the Dodgers convinced
today he's definitely "big league'

flippstein, who was drafted
of the Dodgers' vast farm
lystem back In 1950, has come
back to haunt them with no less
than eight victories in me last
three" years. He came through
last night with a nifty live-nu-ter
that gave the Cincinnati
Redlegs an 8-1 triumph over the
National League champions.
It was a key victory for the
Redlers because it snapped the
Dodgers five-game winning
streak and dropped them into
third place. At the same time
it enabled the Redlegs to re retain
tain retain their game and a half lead
over the Milwaukee .Braves,
who scored a 4-3, 13-inning tri triumph
umph triumph over the Philadelphia
Sfhillies. J
Th n York Giants edged
ilt the Chicago Cubs, 4-3 In the
only other National League: ac activity.
tivity. activity. The Chicago White Sox
ntade It wo in a row over, the
fcw York Yankees, 8-4, the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red.Sox tied a league record
tst four homers In one ipntaiK as
tney routea tne uieveiana w w-dians
dians w-dians 11-0, the Baltimore Ori Ori-olei
olei Ori-olei nipped the Detroit Tigers,
aLi in in innings and the Kansas
rati Athletics- whipped the
Vfa'shlngton Senators, 8-6, In the
ftnerican League.
Klippstein, who had an 0-3 rec record
ord record and was kayoed hi his four
previous starts, turned In one of
the best games by a ; Redleg
ijtcher this yearHe yielded the
Dodgers' run In the second in in-rtn?
rtn? in-rtn? on a single by Carl Furlllo
and Gil Hodges' double but shut
them out with two hits after
play was halted by rain for an
nbur and 42 minutes the mid middle
dle middle of the fifth inning.
iThe Redlegs, meanwhile, took
a 2-1 lead when Gus Bell singled
hjome two runs in the third 1 in inning
ning inning and Ed Bailey's homer m&de
mm v F.
Syeneer Tracy In
' THc ACTRc55
, Tomorrow!
lose your shirt
on wrong
i. in the
and kC2p it on!
TS. ... -15c
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it 3-1 in the fourth. Starter San Sandy
dy Sandy Koufax gave way after that
but the Redlegs continued their
assault on Don Bessent and Rog

er Craig,
Xne victory gave Klippstein
an 11-9 career record against
the Dodgers, including 8-4 for
the Redlegs the last three
years. He beat them four times
in 1955 and three times last
The Braves pulled out their
game with the Phillies', after
trailing 3-0, on the wings cf a
three-run homer by Ed Mathews
in the fifth and Chuck Tanner's
first round-tripper of the year in
tne I3tn. Tne diows, litn ana
12th homers off Robin Roberts
this season, were backed up by
strone Milwaukee relief Ditching.
which shut out the Phillies the
last eight innings. Rookie Juan
Plzarro, who took over in the
12th, won his second game while
the loss was Roberts' fifth. He
has three victories.
Red Schoendienst's ninth In Inning
ning Inning single following a double by
uaryi spencer gave the Giants
their victory after a homer, by
Dale Long produced a 3-3 tie in
the sixth. Relief pitcher Al
Worthington won his third deci
sion while Bob Rush suffered his
Tilth staright loss of the season.
Jim Wilson. 35-year-old rieht-
hander, went the distance fof his
nrtn win as the ko-ko White Sox
took advantaee of two errors bv
ttiiiy Martm and a three-base
muff by Mickey Mantle to score
rive unearned runs and stretch
their winning streak to nine
straight games. The victory
stretched the White Sox' first first-place
place first-place lead to three games and
dropped the-slumping Yankees
four games off the A.L. pace.
Gene Mauch, Ted Williams,
Dick Gernert and Frank Mal Mal-zone
zone Mal-zone all homered in the sixth,
inning tying the A.L. record
for one innng and making It
ay for Torn Brewer to breeze
m-his sixth wla for- tbe-Red
Sox. Cal McLlsh was the victim
of the four homers major
league mark for round -trippers
off one pitcher in an inning.
Pinch-dtftter Al Pilar cik's
scratch hit scored Tito Franco
na with the winning run for the
Orioles, who have won three of
their last four decisions. George
zuveruiK gamed tne decision in
relief while Frank Lary, appear appearing
ing appearing in relief for the first time
this year, suffered, his sixth loss
compared to two wins.
Gus Zernlal ended the Athle Athletics'
tics' Athletics' string of 29 consecutive
scoreless innings with a two-run
first-Inning homer and paved the
way for Alex Kellner to win his
first game. Zernlal also homered
in tne seventh for the Athletics
and Vic Power connected for bis
third. Roy Slevers hit No. 9 and
Jim Lemon No. 2 for the Sena Senators.
tors. Senators.
HOT SHOT Whether on the
basketball court or cinder
track. Wilt the Stilt Chamber-,
lain is a big gun at Kansas.
The seven foot NEA cage All All-America
America All-America is a shot putter end
bigh jumper. .'

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Great Doable Features! v ,;
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wlUi Carroll Baker

Barbizorv 'Liege rl
Boih"Will Start ; ;-In
In ;-In Jersey ; Stbkesu. ;

fAMBENi N'j. (LP)-LCaiumet
Farm trainer Jimn'y Jones said
today he'll start both Barbizun and
Kentucky Derby wintr Iron Liege
in the $50,000 added' Jersey Stakes
at Garden State Park; -'"barring
any. complications','' between, bow
and Saturday. -.' '. v ':
Jones was particularly happy
with Barbizon s showing i'uv the
$10,000 Jersey Stakes '. prep-, here
Tuesday, the 1956- two-yesr(y old
champion led all the way-in beat beat-in
in beat-in three jOther three-year tilds in
the good time of $1:45 flat far- a
muddy mile- and one-sixteenth.,
CBS To Telecast
21 Hockey Games
NEW YORK CUP)-A total of 21
national Hockey League games
will pe nationally telecast by CBS
aunng trie 1357-58, season; it was
A spokesman -for CBS said last
season's inaugural- schedule of 10
nationally televised games was
ban-; more than doubled hecause
it "proved so successful."
Starting in the fall, games will
be televised on Saturday after afternoons
noons afternoons frpT New York, Boston,
Detroit, and' Chicago.- Alhtough
none will he televised from the
two Canadian cities in the league,
Montreal and Toronto, the Stanley
Cup champion Montreal Canadiens
will be seen as the visiting team
in two games.
RESTFUL With professional
boxing way off, Lou Stillman
finds his famous New York
gymnasium a comparatively
quiet place. The man who haa
operated the beak busting
j foundry since 1921 stands. be
neath clocks and timing ap apparatus
paratus apparatus he originated to coin coincide
cide coincide with the three-minute
round and' one-minute rest.

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BtnTrffni'.t- and Coper. twin height.-, "U
iI J2JT. j!!- :En,i!!4Lh?P V"r n,u PPnU as much as onlookers. Henry fights
hX"?m ,2.?,kh0.,ayl.1 fof ,he 5ur"" bevy weight title. Jim ie.lonr
neip nim tram and he U elo fight on the same card. -.


Spenish Program 1
- Alao:
with RosiU Arenas


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Frtiley Hopes Scbre, Wins,
Mille Miglia Loses Fight
Both Are Presently Waging

NEW YORK (UPfc-Herb Score
is fignting for his sight and the
Mille Mielia is fighting for its life
today and, in defense of sports.
von have t i hone that the Indian
fireballer wins ana me uausn
firf ball loses. .T.
There is a tremendous dmer dmer-ence
ence dmer-ence here. In one case, that of
Score, he narrowly escaped a fa
tal iniurv whieh comes under, the
heading of an occupational nazara
he faced alone, in tne uauan roaa
race, tho race driving Marquis de
Portago died -put tooK, u specta
tors with him.
The difference is that a man
should be entitled to, his destiny
as long as it doesn't, anew jne in innocent
nocent innocent bystander. ( r,.
Baseball is a same clayed on a
noliced area- Score" took' a 'line
drive in the race arid, conceivab
ly, could suffer the losx or the sight
of one eye. This is a rare case. Yet,
it mut be admitted, that poten
tial is covered in "an annual sala
ry estimated at from $18,000 to
V Net" Untympithetie
Don't feel that this is an unsym
pathetic outlook. It is merely the
recognition, despite a feeling for
his nain. that Score had to be pre
pared for such an eventuality, -j
The Marquis at romgo, too,
thought ofteu of the hazards of
driving a race car. Had he gone
alone you -could fight it off with a
dull ache. But the tragedy of it
was those he took along the rea reason
son reason that mad races which can't
be properly controlled from a
Seme body TJp There i
like Me
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spectator standpoint should be
banned. 1
But don't say that auto racing
as1 a whole should be banned.
In the United States they are op
erated on a safety-first standard.
At Indianapolis,, let's say, death is
not too infreauent -a visitor. But
usually, it is among the competi
tors and yciM can't stop- men from
ravine'.' t r 1 '"
They.sar that boxing is a brutal
sport and some contend it Bhould
be outlawed. True, a dozen men
were killed, in boxing bouts last
year. But boxing or, fighting is
a primeval instinct. Controlled
properly it "is no more dangerous
than most.
How About Hockey?
4 Some 20,000 people were billed
an 'falls last -year. But should we
stop ttying to scale tne neignuv i
The goiue m a nocitey game
faces a fatal thrust from a puck
in ever, game and injuries are so
frequent, and so disregarded, that
the-men of the rink glory in being
the "toughest men in sporti." The
little men who so from rags to
riches as jockeys despite' their
lack of i stature face death each
moment they thunder down the
track. But why should anyone
legislate them out of business
Almost soo people died m snip
sinkings: last year. But where
would we have been without Eric
the Bed, the dauntless pilgrims
and cithers of their UK 7
So while m back anybody who
hopes they kill the murderous
Mille MiKlia, I've got. to go for
sports where a guy faces his fate
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Today Crtconto J2S J5
' l' Mark Ctereru In ;
between Alidnight A Dawn"
Broderlclt Crawford la
-' -TBI-MOB" i
Today IDEAL 20 .10
Donald ODonnor 1n
. Av& Gardner in



Pound for pound the greatest
player ever that's Pancho Segu-
ra the Diggest ntue guym iennu
All his life he's battled on
handicap after another so perhaps
that is Why Iignt is just secona na nature
ture nature to Segura, That U why Little
Pancho can spot a foe half a foot
in height and reach, 25 pounds of
stamina, and nan a dozen years m
youth and stui emerge tne win
. Seeure started fighting at an
arlv aaa but his first battle was
te overcome childhood, sickliness.
To do this young Francisco was
encouraged to take up tennis in
His native Ecuador where hie
father was caretaker of a priv
ate club. -v!s 7
Little Pancho got better ,i w o
ways: His health improved and so
his tennis. Pretty soon there was
little chance for his tennis to lm
prove further in South- America
because he was tons.
Next he came, to the U n i t e d
States -and .climbed aboard- the
merry go '- round of the amateur
circuit. The really big titles escap
ed him during his amateur days
but he did manage to sew up tne
National Intercolleglates for t he
University of Miami for four
Too little they said only 5 ft
8 in, and with those birdlike legs
he couldn't run on much longer,
But everyone liked "Little Pan
cho." With his yell. "Pancho." and
his anguish over missing a shot
and his unorthadox and spectacul
ar twonanued forehand he was
the most colorful and one of the
most popular players in the town
aments; ,.
For. this reason he get his
chance to turn pro at the end of
lMr along with "Big Papche"
Gonzales and Franlrie Parker
who had won amateur titles by
the bushelsfulL
On his first tour'Segura played
the preliminary against Parker to
set the stage for the main event
between Gonzales and promoter
Jack Kramer. Gonzales took quite
a thumping from Kramer on that
tour and everyone expected Segu-
ra to suffer the same fata at the
hands of Parker.- t l
But something happened when
Little Pancho became a pro. With
actual dollar riding on e v e.r y
stroke his strokes became, deadly
weapons. Hit two fisted forehand
became one of the bieeest shots in
tennis. His backhand and serve
got better, his speed increased and
his accuracy became phenomenal
rarxer took a terrible drubbing.
So big a winner was Segura that
be earned main event billing the
next time around, olayins: 'Kram
er in the feature spot on the next
Kramer, of course, won' that
tour, then went on to beat Austra
ua Frank Sedgman on the next
junket as Segura trounced Aussie
Ken McGregor back in the sup supporting
porting supporting feature But as Kramer
got older, Segura seemel to get
younger.- - --.:
Mow Kramer is r e a l j pleased
with himself when he can squeez
out a win over Segura in between
his many duties as promoter.
They elf fear this Segure. For
Krmer's tournaments with mon money
ey money riding en each match, the
ethers, all look quickly for Pan Pan-ehe'e
ehe'e Pan-ehe'e name and breath a sign of
relief if he Is in the ether helf ef
the draw. '
The 'tournament that climaiMl
the Australian campaign showed
the real Segura. He spotted Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales half a dozen years and out outlasted
lasted outlasted Big Pancho in a 13-11 fifth
set in the semifinals. Then with
more than S2.000 at taW in th
finals he whipped Sedgman, play playing
ing playing before partisan Aussie 1 fans,
in a straight sets. -..
Pancho. tosether wit hi. J v
Kramer, Dinny Pails and" Kit
Rosewall will play In a pre match
at Hotel El P a n a m a Saturday;
June 1, and Sunday, June 2. Boxes
are on sale already,' but : grand grandstand
stand grandstand seats cannot be bought in
advance due to the rainy season.
Sports Briefs
six-foot-five all-Pacific' Coast Coiu
terence gnara. from UCLA, has
first profertional contract with the
Boston Celtics of the National Baa.
ketball Association. Moore, a na na-Uve
Uve na-Uve of Gary, Ind. scored 9St
poinU during his collegiate career.
CHICAGO (UP) Rv XatL "the
New York Giants' lumberint
catcher. stole onl the second
base of his five-year major league
career Tuesday against the Chica Chicago
go Chicago Cubs. Katt stole second suc successfully
cessfully successfully during the sixth inning
on the tail .end of a double steal
with Willie Mays, who stole home.
Orioles shortstop Willie Miranda
never suffers from adverse pub publicity
licity publicity in h'5 hometown of Havana,
Cuba. His brother, Fausto, is
sports editor ef. a Havana news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. -k.-"-, .'. ,-
Johnny Feluf of Gallitzin. PaM
has found a sport where sue
makes little difference. The five-fool-three
inch 135-pounder toured
the ,055-rd Perm SUte Univer University
sity University competitive course m a rec record
ord record four-under-par (S against Cal-
. ,,

.. V Editor! CQr?RAD0 SARCEANT ' '"'

I earns
.655 iy2
621 2
.552 4
.438 8
-296 11
St-Louis .
New. York
.276 1215
St; Louia at Cincinnati
Only game scheduled,
.tNiirht Gamei
ciuusjyn viu ouo 0U0 1 ft
Cincinnati 002 130 11x-8 9 n
KOUfax (2-1). ResSenf T.ohlnl
trii mtLert vampaneua,
""fic"i axis- ana iiauey.
-v- fNlffht natn
002 010 onn nnn io
:) 000 030 000 000 14 12 1
Roberts (S-5j and Lopata.
Burdette. Johnson. Buhl. Pi.
zarro (2,3 and CrandaU, Ripe, ;
New York
012 000 0014 10 1
200 001 0003 il
! Gom?z; Worthmgton (3-3) ;ani
jtusw iu-o;, ixiwn and Neeman.
Pittsburgh at St: Louis : ;
s Jim

i W L
. 22 10
. 19 10
. 18 11
. 16 13
. .13 16
14 18
8 19
. 8 21

Two-Hit Shutout Over Havana

Teamt W L Pet.
Buffalo i. la it i i
Toronto r. ;v tt 19 12 .613
Richmond i 21 14 .600
Miami i -. : l 15 :B4R
Havaria is 10 aai
Columbui i : 14 19 '.5 !i424
Rochester .; ..14 21 .4nn
Montreal 12j20.375
Richmond 103 010 0005 i 8
Havana ooo ooo onn n 9
Coates and chltir Scantlebnrv
u- yor sno 'izquierao. LP?
Scantleburyf.HRt Carroll.
Columbus ? 012 010 noo .in
Miami 010 ooo tin s 1
Naranjo and Kravlta: Oualtera.
nuiiomger to, aemprocn (8) and
H. SuUivan. LP; Qualters. ; HR:
Smith. ..
Rochester 000 100 0034 7 '2
Toronto 100 002 22x 7 8 1
Donnelly and Shantzr Manx
and RosellLTeed J). hh; Rae.
Buffalo at Montreal
(Postponed, rain),,.
NEW YORK. Mar 23 fTTPl
lira coates, who Has come under
tne special tutelage of Ed Lopat,
is learning his lessons well from
the former New York Yankee
pitching great. '- '-
iiie six-ioot-rour. lBO-nound
pitcher won his sixth, game a-
gainst one loss laat nient as
Richmond defeated Havana, 5-0
to move into a three-way tie for
first place in the international
League. Coates, in compiling his
fifth complete game and third,

Her hrsband wat lyinr a close... the gen was ma
closer... new she wat only n sin away from tbe "CRIME
OP PASSIO!." See Barbara Manwrck and Strlinr Hay.


Teams w I. p
Cleveland la 11 .621
" xorK 4 n 12
Detroit , r..174
Boston ,4 16 16
Kansas City 12 17
Baltimore 12 it
Washington . 9 25 '" .265 14
(t, -Open Date i
001 015 010--8 11 0
N,York m 31 Wtf-4 10 i
Wilson (5-1). and Lollar.
BnKuok4 (V4' Ditmar.'Byrne
and Berra. ;
Cleveland -s j 000 O00 OOCCTO 4 2
Boston 1O0 205 30X 11 12 0
Nteoi .'McLlsJvPltula and
- Brewer (I'd White. '
Kansas City 220 120 100--8 12 a
Washington, 02O001 201 6 13 3
o Keo na"3- Brunette, Trucks
and smith. -;j
-Myemmtm-Vf Klemmerer,
Cievenger, Byerly and, Fitzgerald!
; r (Night Game)
- .' rr :" ,-f 1(1 Tnninirat ...
Detroit'-. 200 000 nm
6 Q
7 0
Baltimore v, 200 000 001 14
Hoeft. Larv a-flt h.
CeccarellL Zuverlnk- t.a
- Coates Hnrl
shutout, aUowed but two hits!
both in the second lnhlng'
"Jim Pearce aurvived a three three-run
run three-run Rochester ninth inntor .as
Toronto whipped the Red Wings.
7-4. for the fpurth straight time.
The ylctory .'enabled the Leafa to
, with, Richmond ajidBuffalcC,
- In the only other game played,
Columbus edged paat Miami, 4-3.
as Cholly Naranjo. scoredV his
fourth 'win: -The Marlins who
paced .the. league for the first
month of the season, have lest
eight of their last 11 contests jto
drop into fqurth place. 1 u
- Buffalo-, and ; Montreal were
rained out, v
Showing at Your Seme
Center Theaters Tonight
BALBOA 6:15-8:25
"ATTACK"-' v
GATUN 7:M- ,:-
MARGARITA 8:15 8:11
"The Eddy Derhln Story
PARAISO lilS 8:0
In Spanish. -
"El Gran Clreo Chamorre"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 1:00
CAMP BTERD :15 t:5 s':
ttn Spanish! - .-.
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THURSDAY, MAT 23, 1957
y Bearings ; (uoipirae?
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To Play Junetip Contents;
Tpmorfow And Saturday
Witnesses Say
NY-Illinois ",
Tie Divorced'
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We lurf hope the Ret.'Bllly Graham do'tW tjwj
thatW;nUe. ?pend all th..r brawUn Jj

as dedicated younj ainieies wao v-Tt iiirnful f
tee" wart auccckre World Serlea,

hauguuiy emppy

. The ttM, nr fJr.Tnd not altogether by

cUea M tttrnuwa w "",r

i n" ?F. : ii.. uii.ubM Kt&Tanta: ha had blown

tion wt tarn "V,r tU?

-tha wunw, n np;-;" "r"
foibles do not mix eei.j
. Slugs Copa ouesv migns Tcrjr
"jr. irno. .f-",.

v.ntJn. to b true of all the other clubs.. But' tne xan
i ffltill aersneterbave to apologize, or Ubl. ThatJi
wher-tt'i :: v:''.:.""'?
: ..." r uv -.-. v- : ':
In one of Casef Stengel's finest assets ai 1 arjnanager U his
.4.jil nmhnHw r umat.tered mors curfews

uiiern uuurLbiiuinK. wwvuf
r i nu
"mor rugged wrestle.. He was

A notable Ulustratlon of Stengel's philosophy. ; J and how
It sometimes pays off. was his handling of Don Larsen when
the pitcher tried to climb a telephone pole In riorlda last spring

itoe, which was 4 sun. ,-

. What took place in me pmmcy oi ine manager mw
r dent knew bat for pablie nsiimpthm Stengel stently reiterat reiterat-;
; reiterat-; ed that Lanes was bis .No. X pitcher and he expected him to
' have 'hi best year. In point ef victories, Larsen did, and in
' the World Series. . weH, you don't need to be reminded of that
. tr .. 4v- it tn initflr Viat 4 Via Vinrtt Ir

In it the Eimly Post treatment

vnO incas uawncn ms uh uu uvj
- cah iret away with it they don't hesitate to ne them. ., t
-. I "They, knock "you -down, pick you-up, then tell you .how
sorry they are,'! said Leo Durocheran outstanding authority on
J counterfeit wmrtllness. -'-rJ- :
Billy Martin Is Stengel's favorite player. . or was. It fig-
tires, r Martin's got most of the- things Stengel admires to a
Klayer, Including a few he probably deems unwise to extol pub publicity.
licity. publicity. Martin is a true exemplar of the oas House Gang spirit,
foot the guts of a burglar," hla manager .beams.
.' ; .THEIB IDEA OP FXN V. ':--;.f
'-"-' ,.' .:.... .... . -1 . .i.,.. v
. f Martjn's sense of mischief would also appeal to a Stengel,
who as a player dotted his cap to imaginary cheers at home
plate. Teleased an imprisoned and no- doubt outraged sparrow,
, and who -as a manager, celebrated his 6th birthday in- three
different cities on three different days last summer, r
The regalar. season ended, and training rales temporarily

, peared te be the alayex's faTerite

- ww m itw Kpiciflgcn afv. in one oms uuio m civs.
1 Also time to pay. 1
- "I'll si en the cheek,' Martin expansively told the captain.
, The captain looked at the signature, indicated it was quite
acceptable, bade the your.R men good morning. It was signed
Dan Topping, president of the Yankees, .,- T, .-..

; jziorcuno :
- Jewellers f

We trc-t tree'U cd?r at Urjt d'iceunts

arthi.n,.fl.h(if achieve

il-7 Roblntoi bUmed
,rr:-tv th rfoest thin
"TttntoF winter
wo" v 7- r"
.nrfbu with substance. It
and off. the field this
- -
Tin ninver ivpr ff&va the eama
John McOraw's fype.ot player.
' 1 .'
all the way, but they know all
nixbt spot an eitended work-

NEW YORK, May 23 (UP)

ueiense witnesses were ready to
testify today at the federal-court
monopoly hearing that the Inter
national Boxing Clubs of New
York and Illinois already. are
. .
That was disclosed by de defense
fense defense attorney John F. Caskey's
remarks to Jadxe Sylvester J.
Ryaa near the close of yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's session, and by the list
of witnesses oa today's dossier.
. .."
' The witnesses Include "John
Reed KHpatrick. chairman of the
noara 01 me Maaison sauare
uaraen oorp.; Truman Gibson,
executive secretary, or the Ill
inois IBC, and a couple pf ac-
- Caskey's statement was madt
to the Judge during the testimo
ny 01 unairman prank B. uumer
01 the Illinois State Athletic
commissionr ,
Judge Ryaa Interrupted CU CU-mer'g
mer'g CU-mer'g defense testiknony to in inquire:
quire: inquire: "Did you know that at
the time of the trial last year,
Jim Norris, Arthur Wirts and
the Madison Square Garden
Corporation owned 93 per cent
of the stock in the Illinois
"No, I didn't," replied Gilmer.
Thn kttnrnjr fatrv nut in
1.1a lit.
"But all that has been changed
now. And we will present testi
mony ana evidence to prove iw
Major League
. (Based on 16 Official at Bats)
Player and club
Aaron,' Mil.
Robinson. Cincl.
Musial, St. Louis
Hoak,- CincL- ;
Oroat, Pitts.
Crowe, Cincl.
Hodges, BTclyn
Thomas, Pitts. -1
Dark,- St. Louis
Bailey, cinoL'tf'
g ab r h Pet.
30 131 S3
30 131 27
29 122 16
32 107 18
29 118 10
36 101 13
29 116 16
28 116 11
28 123 21
30 99 19
46 .391
42 447
37 MS
40 .343
34 ,337
39 436
39 436
33 .333
WlUlams. Bos. ;28 99 22 40 .404
Mantle. N.Y. b: 29 S5 23 35 J8
ivx, Chicago 28 106 21 38 .858
Bertola, Detroit 31 106 11 37 449
Simpson, 33 120 17 40 433
Power, K.C.1: 23 81 12 27 433
Mauch. Boston 1 20 76 10 28 .329
Wertz, Cleve. 29 102 20 33 424
Demaestri, K C. 32 87 14 28-422
Ttiandos, Balti. 20 78 10 25 421
Aaron, Braves 11
Moon, Cards MfotJ
Sauer.Glants 7.
Adcock, Braves ...... ..v6
' Robinson, Redlegs ,;,.. 6
Mathews, Braves.......... 8?
'Crowe, Kedlegs '6
Snider, Dodgers' .i. V
.Williams, Red Sox.. 10
Sievers. Senators .. t, 9
gernlal. Athletics ....... 8
IanUet Yank i.,.,, 1
v Aaron, Braves 29
, Furlllo, Dodgers '... 29
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 25
Bauer, Giants 22.
, Hoak, Redlegs 22
Jones, Phil ............. 22 J
Sievers, Senators... 27-
Doby. White Sox ....... ,'24
Jensen. Red Sox ........ 22.
Simpson, Athletics ...... 21
Zernlal, AthleUca ........ 21,
Trucks, Athletics .,. S 0
NarlesU. Indians ... 3 0
Zuverink. Orioles -.. 3 0
Lablne, Dodgers .... 3 0
Drysdaie, Dodgers .,3 0
Gross, Redlegs ...... 3 0
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'Fsu3ts and standings follow:
tndUrtpolla 4, Omth
LoulsvUie 1, 81 pen! 8 :
Klr.nti polls 7. Charlestea J
Wichita at Demrer -(Poetpooed
wet grounds).
WichiU ..
Pt Paul .:'


W t
23 10
21 11
21 13
18 II
19 SI
14 19
15 17
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Bias Aeulrre.'.

(5) across- the finish line a nose Ahead of stabiemate Edith
"Sunday's second ace.-'vMar Bravo tBrauJio Baezaup) .chases
inn. in -fh. f1 fiiplnnir anrlnt. -fnn twn.VPHrlnM-

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$100,000 Bonus Pitcher Pettit
Malting Grade as Hitter In PCL

One of the great comebacks In
baseball is being fashioned by: a
player who never quite made it, to
the top Paul Pettit, the one-time
$100,000 bonus pitcher .of the Pitt Pittsburgh
sburgh Pittsburgh Pirates. ; A '
Paul was signed by tha Pirstes
seven' years ago- as the most. sen sensational
sational sensational pitching prospect ever
developed in Southern California.
.Scouts raved about his fast ball,
declaring he could threw it through
a brick, wai). f : j x
He. hd tlx no hit f smes at
Narponne, High School, three of
them In-a row and .he. averaged
18 strlkeeuti game.. -J',.
But, after a slow start, Petit had
his arm go dead in 1952- while he
Elston to Cubs
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For; 4 Player
4 Vi 4 j
' (EDITOR'S NOTE: Don' Els
ton was one of the mainstay!
on the pitching staff of the
1955-58 Panama Pro League
champion Chesterfield team).,'
-The Brooklyn Dodgers' today
traded pitcher Don Elston to tne
Chicago cubs for pitchers Vtto
Valentlnetti and Jackie Cdllura
in addition to two other uniden unidentified
tified unidentified players;; v v
c, The V Dodgers'' Immediately
ent Valentiaettl to Los Ange Ange-lee
lee Ange-lee In the Paeifle Coaat League
and Collum to Montreal la the ;
International League. The oth other
er other players, one of whom is slat.'
ed to remain with the Dodgers,
will be announced later, ac according
cording according to E. J. (Buy) Batasl,
. Brooklyn yice president, '..fri
'':9.R.''ril il recorll
with St. Paul in the 'American
Association last season and
pitched .only one Inning Tor the
Dodgers this year. He originally
was Cub .property, and went to
the Dodeers in the deal for Ran
som Jackson, Dec. 6, 1955.
-.Valentlnetti haa a i-4 recora
- with the Cubs last season but
did-net have a decision this
year, CollBm was 8-2 for the
St. LobIs Cardials last year
jind for the Cube this sea season.
son. season. ;'
Chicago (NEA) Ted Kroll
traveled 75,000 miles In his 23-
exhlbition. tour- as world golf
chamDion.'a' title he won In last
year's Tam O'Shanter extrava
ganza, tie now goes oaca w we
tournament trail.


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pet 'J'-kr-'y 1
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riding like in his best days

" ... w.ww.
wa's pitching for New Orleans. The
Pirafei. moved him from one club
to another that year and the next
in the hope bis arm would come
bapk. IV never did,- ir r, ; : s
the youngster-''might, have sat
back and collected $10,000 a year
for the remaining years of the JO JO-year
year JO-year bonus period and call itquits.
But in 19M, PeHit asked if he
.could start at the bottom at an
outfielder, v v ,vk-i.i
He went to Salinas in' the Class
C California League and Class AA
Mexico City club where in 1955
Pettit was. even more sensational,
hitting .38?. :rr t:t :?:.::
.' Pettit returned latt aeason to
Hollywood. HI "batting average'
slumped te .234 with 19 homers..
f x" ; f,
' Returning this" season to; the
Stars, big Paul began burning up
the spring training circuit, hitting
.393 with five homers snd 17 runs
batted, invduring 18 game. v s;
The skeptics still, were not con convinced
vinced convinced and when the Pirstes farm farmed
ed farmed Dick Stuart to Hollywood, Pet Pettit
tit Pettit was benched to make room for
him In the outfield, i r-f:.J
t' -'f :" ; iS -.
But Stuart failed to hit Coast
League pitching after the '' first
week and Manager Clyde King
replaced him with Pettit
1 Until last week Pettit. was bat batting
ting batting .333. He slumped a little in
the series against Seattle, dropping
his'-average .to 487- but he-vowed
as the Stars left lor Sacramento on
a road swing" to bring nig avenge
over j.300 again
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Piaf (Gllberto Vasquez up) in
the 'Stud Gln'Rummy's entry
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Cricket News
On the Atlantic: side thW Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, clovelly C.C., Pacific, side
champions, will attempt to close
out their two-game series with
coion s Excelsior c.c. wltir an another?
other? another? vfctory,vthiS' time ton-the
latter'S home 1 around -Mount
Hope stadium. This game Us
scneauiea, tp commence at 12:00
noon.,' ;,.s
Last Sunday1' at Lk Boca:- the
Paplflc siders handily took.--the
measure pf the- visiting Excelsior
club.. The final scores were; Ex Excelsior
celsior Excelsior c.CV:iOf runs; Cloyelry. a
ui'iioijwicKeis. tymx
Jt will he a'completefy differ different,
ent, different, story; this Sunday, according
to many Of the Exceisior players
and fans, who feel that-the cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances which contributed to.
th, e club's poor showing last
week, (particularly on the field),
nave Deen eliminated. yp
.' i
All-SUr Game
Originally slated for Thursday,
May 30, the Pacific-Atlantic AU AU-Star
Star AU-Star game has' been set back two
days to Sunday, June. 2, at Mt.
uppe r At a Tecent meetina i oe-
tween the officers of the league
and club representatives, the
following players were se
to represent the Atlantic cricket
League:; sw'KH;,
Weston-' DeSouza (8 u r rey),
capt. Paul Harper (Excelsior),
Vlce-Capt.. i 6;- "Butch' Hewitt
(Wanderers), K. Griffith (Ex
cel.) -'Aito cntchrow (Surrey),
Chester DeSouza (Surrey), Allan

Hamlin (Excel.),. G. Small (Ex- Only six high jumpers in Big
cel.); "-A; Dennis Wand.),' A. Seven history exceeded the 6 6-"Bobby"
"Bobby" 6-"Bobby" Drakes -(Surrey), Mai- feet-6A-tnch celling established
colm Perch (Excel.), D. Manning by Kansas' .Wilt Chamberlain
(Wand.) : ,' ; , ; this spring. : t :,.

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COLON With' opening day
Just about :h three weeks away,
Agustus "Ray" Kam of dallito
has made his second and final
release available to this writer

in an exclusive manner. Kam had
been the first local coach to start
drilling for the coming season
and to test the result of his drills
he has scheduled two games over
the weekend for his team, t-
The first of these practice con-
tests will be at Port Clayton to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow with game time sched sched-uuled
uuled sched-uuled for 7:30 p.m. at the Ft.
Clayton Gymnasium. The second
came is slated for Saturday at
Albrook Field. Kam will use these
two eames to determine what
type of play he deems best suit suited
ed suited for his young but tall team.
This team averaees 21.6 years. 6
feet one inch in height and 163.-1
75 pounds. r-'-U.'-r.'C'l
Veterans expected to help this'
team afe AUonso Frazer, Arturo
Agard, Luis parfaith, Malcolm
Sandiford, who appears to have
flndllv rnmA ..Into hla bwn. and
Cedric Bailey.., : i
Kam picxeo up t two rooxies
who are looking better with each
practice. He acaulred ; Oeorge
Hal, six-foot 174. pounder, who
plays with' springs in.; ws tegs
and Milton James, another six six-footer
footer six-footer but very light at 138 who
speeds up and down the court
with amazing energy-for such a
frail man. -! s f-
; Below is the complete ( roster
of the 1957 Oalllto team.
' Players, height, weight, kge
and previous experience follow :
Arturo, Agard, (b) 6' 5", 173
lbs., 20, 1956, CigarilloB Panama.
Cedric Bailey, (a) 8' 4". 190
lbs., 20, 1956, Gallito. V. :-
Alfonso Frazer, (a) 6' 0", 152
lbs., 32, 1945 and 1948, Fuerte 18;
1947, 1955, Chesterfield; 1958,
4l1Vn nr 1" 440
s., 20, (rookie).
Ivan McPherson, (a) 1", 152
lbs., 22, 1956 OalUto.
Hector Montalvo, b) V, 153
lbs.,. 19, 1956,; Agendas Seymour.
Luis Parfaith, (a) 6! 1", 158 lbs.
24, 1952, Fuerza y Luz; 1953, Ra Radio.
dio. Radio. Bush; 1954, Cigarrillos Pan
ama; 1955,' Chesterfield? 1958,
Gallito... '.!; t..- ft 4-.'l- -.,
Ramon Reyes; i ay 8' l9etbl.
f-'t.j.1 ;' !',"!..; !."'U".';'- ivts
h Cincinnati (NEA) George
Crowe, filling in ably .' for Ted
Kluszewskl at first base for the
Reds,, and Jpe Adcock, Milwau Milwaukee's
kee's Milwaukee's thumper at that position,
started their National League ca careers,
reers, careers, with the other's club. .
Lawrence, Kans. (NEA)
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20, 1955, Royal Crown, 1956, Ga-".
Uito r
K George' HaU. (x) 6' 2", 174lbsJ
20, (rookie). 1 ;
Malcolm Sandiford, (a) St 11?,
165 lbs.. 23, 1956, pallito. ., J
I Adolfo; Tinker, (a) 6 0", 14
lbs., 20,. 1955, .Cigarillos Panama;
i956, Gallito. w .1 ;
4Videnti White, (a) 6' tf.'llil
Jbs., "-22, 1956, Gallito. t,i
Jt(x)Rookies ,J
1 (al Holdovers tu
1 9(b)-r-Draf,tee from other Sen-I
lor, League teams. 't
Agustus r: Kam, coaclV'.and
trainer,, ... . jr
11951, Chesterfield .(Panama
(champs). k
! 1952, Chesterfield (Panama),
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; ; 1953, Chesterfield (Panama) (i
(champs). 1 1 4 ;
.1954,, (coiomwa):
1 1955,. (Venezuela), 4 ......
1956, OalUto- (Panama)
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Boats: & Motors

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M 'I
M RINTawla desirable Bella
Vista area attractive twe-hed--
nam Chalet with inaM's ream
aiid bath. Fenced in yard. Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone Panama 3-3305.
. f 'OR RENT-Vacation euartere
tor rant. June lit ta August 15th,
cottase, Balboa naar but line,,
n Reasonable to raipomiblt party.
Call Balboa ;14J2 aftar 4:30 p.m.
W' Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
I tatisffing vacations, Santa
" Clara leach. Shrapnal'a fur.
tilshed houses. Phone, TBalboa
im. .'
III' .. 1
" baa eh hoese. One mila oast Ca-
sine. Phone Balboa 1868.
Baldwin's tvrnlshsd a r t t-;
; t-; monts at Santa Clara Beach,.
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3M1.
." PHILLIPS Oceartelde Cottages
. Santa Clara. Box ISM Pana-,-
ma, R. da P. Phono Panama
. 3-1177, Crittobal 3-J473.
A- FOR RENT:, Beautifully fur fur-.
. fur-. nlshed largo cool room. Kitchen
.desires. Pension.,
Vista. Tal. I-.
FOR "'RENT: Furnished Teem,
batfc and entrance Indapandant,
for oiM BarMii. Between. 6.B p.m.
Phono 3-6046. 2nd Street Pare Pare-JT'Tamiaroclaa
JT'Tamiaroclaa Pare-JT'Tamiaroclaa Dial Street) No.
7.1 1. Hpetaira.
Sfi Peter's Mutual
Benefit Enieriains
, Marking Anniversary
officer and member of
iramittceiof managemenUofJ
ieur oiayea nosi aunoay; w weu
twer 400 members at the S a n t a
Crih service tenter in observance
of their 39th anniversary.' The so so-,'
,' so-,' ciaji phase of the society's opera opera-.
. opera-. tiona was well Teceived by those

in kttendance especially on hear hear-,
, hear-, '- ingt an xtonsive and1 interesting
' "report on membership and finance
. ty the general secretary' Arundel

i...... J rau ,f
;. p Spontaneous applause greeted
Mrs. Miriam Riney and Miss Myr

tle Green. The vice president,
Chris E. Haywood, emphasised the
applause of the members in his
. speech of thanks by expressing to

.the artists and the pianist, Mrs. A.
. Ward 'of La Boca,, their sincere
gratitude for the' entertainment,
. The president Karl L. Harris,
, en ado the opening remarks .which
, jStarted the program in an at at-,
, at-, nosphero of "togetherness" which
I pas continued throughout the rest
., f the afterooeft. Rev. John Spear,
ilao chaplaia of the organization,
- fjave the main address which laid
some spiritual assurance on the
, foundation of the society which
- should tend to bring out greater
.. achievements in the years ahead.

" Rev. William J. Johnson
the benediction; and also
grace at the banquet table
-dinner was served.

. Z Sunday, June t, the anniversary
a) elebrations will be concluded ia
the form of an excursion through
, the Panama Canal on the ferry ferryboat
boat ferryboat Porras. A moderate price is
being charged and tickets which
.are already on sale may be purch-
. sed from any member of the
Society. A well known con junto or
music makers has been engaged
lo.add gaiety to the affair. Soft
J drinks and ice cream cones will
I be sold.'

New Bottom Paint US
ToekS years to develop.
N mors) mid-Mason haul haul-out,
out, haul-out, one a year is though.
Cuaranteed to -Stop all
for 565 cJays,
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Ci3;En;d!onr S.A.
- 28th St No-12-129
Phong 2-4970

ATTENTION. Lf Jwt baft
"modem furnished apartments, I,
- 2 IuJimhm. ha. U .d.
Pheno Paaama; 3-4941.
: FOR RENT Spacious a.
partmont, on Abodroom, hot
water, Je2.50. J. F. do la Ossa
Avonuo Riqul. Building, facing
Firestone. Phono 2-3331... v
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment including refrigerator
: Porch,',, psrlor-dininf room, bed
' room, screened, 'tiled $55.00.
Inquire, House ,.112, Beliserio :.
Porras, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT : Modern One bed-'
room apartments, living-dining
room, hot water faistallatioa,
screened. Building just built, op.
posits "Colegie Javier," 3rd St.
PsTeiil. Ready for occupancy
$70.00". For j information call
Quijano, phona 2-27 IS Eighth
St. No. 5-30.
FOR RENTr Furnished 3 bed
oom, 2 baths apartment, sir sir-conditioned,
conditioned, sir-conditioned, hot water, screened,
linens, d i s h a t.. v Belle Vista,
$160.00. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR JRENTt Modern one bod.
soonv .apartment,'' living-dining
room, garager maid's roam, hot
water. New building, J'? Street
CI Cangrejo No. 2. See Quijano,
8th Sr. No. 5-30. Phone 2-27I8.,.:-..
FOR RENTj Furnished modem
apartment in Bella Vista. Three
bedrooms, two baths, maid's
room and bSth. All conveniences.
Call during business pours Pan
ama 2-2159. Hi' -v ,;Mfiv
Killed In Mystery i :
Toronto Explosion
TORONTO. Mar 23. (UPi An
Unexplained blast-in the Ontario
Health Department's Toronto lab laboratory
oratory laboratory today-killed Dr. Arnold
Laansoo, 53, a research chemist
- lannsoo's associate, Dn Nicho Nicholas
las Nicholas Lagzoff ski,. stiU he fount the
body of his co-worker lying on the
tloor cf his smoke-blackened
room. The body was '' slightly
d d thelotmngi burned in
Police said the -causa of death
had not been determined but it
was .believed the fire may have
Uumf lin th nvvffpn in th ronm
and Laanroo suKocated before; he
could call for help.'
At the time of his death; he was
conducting a .. series of expert expert-ments
ments expert-ments on virus research.
Frigate Baquedano
Reaches Sea-$vepl
Tahiti Hui Crewmen
SANTIAGO Chile, May 23 (UP)
Tho Canadian-built frigate Ba Baquedano
quedano Baquedano reached the storm-battered
log raft Tahiti Nui early
today and prepared to tow it to
"Robinson Crusoe's Island off
Juan Fernandez, the navy an
nounced today.
Abating winds speeded the res rescue
cue rescue voyage of the Baquedano,
which had not been expected to
rearh the raft until sometime to
The raft's crewmen, four
Frenchmen and a Tahitian had
appealed for help in eettine'to
Juan Fernandez, where thev nlan
u rest ana rent their crude craft
ceiore resuming attemota to aai
to Valparaiso.
Market Closed Oif
Yesterday Despite
Abortive Rally
Stocks drifted into lower around
yeterdar after an abortive rally,
iate isi ue oay petereo out.
inaustriai, railroad and utility
stocks lost ground in the a vera ret
Volume was well below the prev
ious oar s pace, a neartemng sign
in Wall Street was that volume
eased off when prices were de
clining, and picked up wbea the
market was rallying.
Despite the general easiness of
tne market, some of the special
issues maoaged to chalk up fairly
wide gams. Profit-taking was a
factor tn the minor retreat, at-i
uougB selling pressure never wst
strong. At Us current high level,
market men explained, the. mark market
et market will hive to absorb some sub substantial
stantial substantial selling before H eaa
launch a r.ew assault oa the all-
,time highs.
i via were mixed. Standard Oil
(New Jersey) msssged a smsll
gam es is optimist forecast by

am prrHoenu However, shea sndjence..
Amerada were dowa more thaa.

2 each. Motors moved aarrowry. Testerdsy. the dark-eyed sJrl
Aircrafta were geoeratly rswer.lfrotn Havana. Cub, anderwent

wrth the exceptjoa of Curtiss-j
wrignt u no l i-ta aesrs of a.
new et eonrre. A loss of 2 so Lai
kens feabrred aa otherwise easier
smi grosn. - .
The ckxline la the railroad av average
erage average war mainly the result of a
z pout loss ia Louisville and Nash-


BARDS No. 2S "B" Stnat MORRISON 4th ot July Ave. J St. a) LEWIS

the Bella Vista Theatre. ,. 1 t

FOR SALE: Two Hillman Hosky.
low mileage,, exceptionally good
buys, 956 modelos. For Infor- V
motion call Tal. 3-4568, S a.m.-,-,
12 noon, 2-5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Plaia 4 door sodsn. Autemel
tie transmission, ecellent con condition.
dition. condition. 17,000 mHes. Will con con-"
" con-" sidor elder car fn trade. Call
Balboa 2-1744.
FOR SALE'5S Chevrolet Bel.
air, chroma and paint, like
new. Asking $ 1 ,000.00. Phono
FOR SALE:- 1956 Mercury Mr.
Clair, bard top WS walls, fully
aquipped, $2.300 00 Phone
'Cristobal 3-2775. ....
FOR SALE 3-UMusr sell, leaving
for States. 1951 Buick Special.
4-door, two-tone., radio, first
class condition. 1947 Plymouth
DeLuxe, four door, excellent seen
end car. .Phone Balboa 3234.
FOR SALE: 1 952 Ford Victoria
V-8, 2-tone (blue and 'Ivory I,
r radio, aood tires, overdrive, un-,
dercosted. Office 85-31 34. Home
844 1 47. ; '"
FOR SALE: Ford V-8 "60" en en-fins
fins en-fins complete, transmission, tear
and and. singar frame $25.00..
Phone 86-7234 or M-4240.
FOR, SALE : 1949 Ford.-4-door
Sadant Good condition. $375.00. v.
0420-B. Ancon. Phono 2-3651.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210 Hardtop with .poworglide, t
WW tires. Call Balboa 2-6316.
FOR SALE: 1953 Austin Conv.
A-40, Leaving. Mut tell Immediately.-Excellent
condition. Lew. i
mileage. 2172-A, Curundu. Tele-,
phono 5278.
FOR .SALE t Duty- paid, oxcal oxcal-lant
lant oxcal-lant condition. 1955 Plymouth
4-door station wagon with ra radio.
dio. radio. $ 1 800.00. s 1956 4-doov
Plymouth'' Savey Sodsn, power
Steering,' automatic push button
drive, $1800.00. Phone 3
5471. 9.00 a.m. t 5:00 p.m.
- FOR SALE, Bargain; black
. Cadillac In perfect condition. Zs- 1 1-pareria
pareria 1-pareria Broadway, pheno 2-2809.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phonos 2-2451 -JJ42
?v.;' Loam Riding, at --
Riding Sr Jumping Classes deRy
S te S. pn. Phone 2-245K
. : .- or oy appatetment.
. call .."
General A Kent -Gibraltar
Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information,
TeL Panama MUI
East 34th Street'6 Street'6-across
across Street'6-across from Lnx Theatre
Honrs 9:0 ajti. to 12:88
3:00 p.m. to p.m. t
TeL Panama 3-3272.
nw cenoTi
Model V v
With F 1.2 Lent
at .v
Paaama N. lark" CoWa
Young Cuban Girl
Undergoes Tests
For 4-Year Illness
a iM-iinn on whether 34-
vr old Ulss Ximara Boflfll
must submit to surgery to cor correct
rect correct ner heart condition prob-
ablv will oe taxen eaturoay.
.pokesman for the Oeoraetown
University Medical Center, said
" He also said VUs Bo All's -ease
will be placed "at the top of the
arenda" for tos rerular fiatur.
day morning
caxooac corner-
the first of a series of tests, tn-l
eluding X-raya. to determine the
exact nature of aa ailment whica
has been weakenlnr her (or O-
ver four years.
T?t Geortetosm source salt!
the $'.rl U rtft confined to
bed at Us Ume.


3 Lottery Flaia CASA EALDO Central Ave.

"FOR SALE i Croat Britain and
Brttnh Colonies stamps at 1-3
catalog. 5th Street No. 7-43,
Panama, City. P. 0. Box 152.
i FOR SALE t Save money by us using
ing using 5"xl2"x12" Clsyco Clay
' Blocks,'! They are economical,
light and do pot crack. $157.50
f- par -thousand. Clsyco 'end Alfa
rerls, S. A., Via Espana No. 37 37-47,
47, 37-47, Phono 3-0160. r
FOR SALE: Porcelain sinks.
16x18 in white and colors, class '.:
"C". Special price $5.00.. Wash
tubs, some type, $9.00. Clsyco
Alfareria, S.A., Via E.Sna
37-47. Phono 3-0160.
FOR SALE One 9.2 cubic feet
Philco upright deapfreexof auto-'
. rhatic Maytag washing machine;
: automatic -Horpoint clothes dryer)
' Portable Singer sewing machine,
i one 20 fr 12 gage model 12
Winchester, repeater pump shot- -'
gun, all above 'in like new con condition;
dition; condition; I brand new Lambrarta"
, Italian) model .150, two tester
motor scooter. Quarters 64) Al Al-v
v Al-v hrok AFB, Lt. Col. Spielan.
FOR SALEi-20 discount eir
Hi-Fi LP Records, dSsslcal and
- popular ONLY FRIDAY. Cash
Sales. Agencies Diss, 37th St.
No.'6-A.- .,
FOR SALE: Modern Beauty
Salon. Best location in Panama,
good patronage,' easily managed.
Far further information write, te
Apartado 2021. -; ; i
, : i DRAWER -A,' DIABLO i
flsv-f Measure Would
Force IVA To Pay ;
Federal jlnconie Tax
isen. dwared Martin (R-Fa) lntro-
aucea legislation today to require
the; Tennessee. Valley Authority' to
pay leaerai income taxes and in interest
terest interest on the federal investment
in its power aciUUes.' -, '!-,f
The measure also would,.- put
TVA rates under regulation of the
federal Power commission.
v.-;, .'. ;'t -..t '':
Martin said in a. Senate speech
the 'measure would, limit TVA to
its present service area and au authorize
thorize authorize it to r finance future ex expansion
pansion expansion by issuing revenue bonds,
of which not more tht-n 750 million
dollars could be outstanding at
one time. '
He ssid TVA's power' business
has expanded to the point where
it no longer needs a subsidy"
from the taxpayers.' He. said the
measure would put. the big gov
eminent agency on an equal basis
with other: business enterprises.
Adlal Says Suez
Crisis Mishandled
By US, Britain i?
" LONDON. Hay 23 UP) Adlal
E. Stevenson said today he be believed
lieved believed Britain never would have
attacked, Egypt If he had been
rresideat of the United States. States.-i
i States.-i The twice defeated Democratic
presidential nominee told a news
conference that "there were many
mistakes on row sides before the
Sues crisis exploded last autumn.
-'Had I been president, I don't
believe Britain would ever .have
attacked Egypt,". Stevenson said.
He declined to els borate oa what
measures he would have taken to
prevent the Anglo-French Invasion
of the Suet Canal Zone. .
He called tne suet crisis "a
great misfortune" for the "Anglo "Anglo-Americsn
Americsn "Anglo-Americsn a lb a nee. adding that it
was "mishandled by both of us."
Stevenson, stopping. here on aa
extensive tour of Europe and A-
frica. also nrged that the United
States should take the first steps
in controlling noclesr weapons de
velopment snd testing,
Mrs. Gilliard Dies
At Juan. Diaz Home
- Mrs. Rosa Oir.iard died yes-!
terday at her home In Juan Diss.;
A native of Puerto Rleo, Mrs. OU OU-liard
liard OU-liard wsj 87 years old. i
yPlinersJ servk-es will be held at
tRe Kazarene Church In San MH

guei at 3 p.m. Fsturaay. Bur:a.i;ioo Americai tourists to find om

ul follow at me juan Drz
m.f,n I
Mrs. G:..;trd is survrved rv
two Js':rv'rr Mr. Esme!j3

herlFtrd ord Mrs ( f ting Ere
, .' &4 several g : ? -. !Udreta)


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SERVICfc Ave. Tivoli No. 4 o FARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave
li OuaAve. Ne.4l e) FOTO DOMYJuslo Arosemena Ave. end 3d St. 0 FARMACIA

I Street e
Home Articles
FOR SALE:--RCA 'Hi-F( 3 speed
..Record player 125.00. Dresser
15.00. Chest 10.00. Table 5-00.
. Bicycle 20.00. Golf clubs 50.00.
1954, Buick Herd Top 1495.00.
658-8 Curundu Heights.
' FOR SALE: Living room set, 7 t
,; pieces. Dining table and chairs
..(all Philippine. Rattan), Real
Host gas jitove, "4 burners. Apply
. Osorio, Gorerdo Ortdga St. No.
3 upstairs, near Suparmorcado
Roy. 1
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Secure Control Of
Fissionable Stuff
Supported By Ike
TOKYO. May 23 (UP) -Presi
dent Eisenhower said in a sn'ecial
message- today that "secure con control"
trol" control" of production of fissionable
material m?iv, lead to elimination
w nuciear vests, V,
' He sent the message to oe read
Saturday at. the opening of the
.writ Japanese-American "Open
Skies for Peace" exhibit at a
Tokyo department store
"The United States is dedicated
o findine a system for the con
trol of. the. production of fission-
ari'ft matenal'-with us awesome
potential, the President said;
Potter: Promises ':
(Continued from rage 1)
edge of Gaillard Highway -and the
top of the Canal bank.
He told the Gatun and the Paci
fic Council officers they can as
sure the residents of their commu
nities that in the fiscal year be
ginning July 1 T development of
park playground areas, specifi
cally the installation of soma play playground
ground playground equipment, will be carried
further at the vicinity of the quon quon-set.
set. quon-set. huts to the rear of the Gatun
Fire Station and' at the Barnebey
Street section behind the Balboa
Credit Union. ' v -1
Potter also discussed the month
ly pnea indexes which ar being
made available ttf the1 Civic Coiin-
'il. and ffsnH. ell. interested
fmembers' of the audience copies
of both the background study ex
planation and -the current index.
The Canal Zone consumer price
index which reflects "Changes in
the prices of goods and services
purchased from the company-gov-ernment
did not change, on the av average,
erage, average, between April and May.,
.The comparative food price In
dex for March' showed, that food
prices in. the. Canal Zone, on the
average, were 2.7 per cent lower
than those in effect in the United
States. The. 2.7. -figure, for: March
represented an increase in the ov-
er-aa t ood trice inoex ox l.a per
cent over reDruary. '- v ;
Ht said the Senate Appropn
tions Committee has Testored ap
propriations' for a school In the
Zone for handicapped children
which the House Committee had
previously eliminated. .The matter
still nas to do ironea oui oy s
Senate House conference com'
mittee.-The Governor commented
that there seems to be no chance
Of having other budget cuts res
tored during the current congress,
Such as funds asked- for Gorgas
Hospital, repairing Thatcher High
way, and additional teacners.
' Potter was Introduced by H. F,
Jenner..' president of the, Gamboa
Council, After the council session,
coffee and pie were served by the
women of Gamboa,
Hong Kong Flooded
By Tarrcniial Rain Rain-Third
Third Rain-Third Straight Day'
HONG KONG, Msy 23 (UP)
Torrential rains flooded Hons
Knag for the third straight da
todsv. causing landslides and
wrecking dozens of hemes.'
i Weather observerr ssid they
saw to immediate prospects for
a let-up in the floods, in whien 2
children were soueo ano j per
sons wer injured yesterday. Sev
eral hundred families -wera evac
uated from their homes.
Landslides blocked main high highways
ways highways and railroad tracks, snarl snarling
ing snarling traffic snd creating s major
iam ia downtown 'Hong "Koner.
Some streets ia the city of Kow-
loon. across the bay. were flooded
ta depth of five feet.
Floods also were reported In the
Chinese city of Canton, but there
was no menrkm of them today in
Communist China aewspspersy
. Oslo' Fire
100 Tourists
OSLO. May (TP) Fire dam-!
seed th north wuif of Olso s
Grand Hotel today, forcing nearly
tr rtotei facilities.
TS fm knnka mI am tM inn
r.onr of tne hotel., The onty ess-

uslty was a Norwegian girl wbft'tTstwsi of making at ln l tnu-

ss bospitslized tar treaiaer.t cfi.'nn colSars oa the eo .ee fc scs
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FRECIADO 7 Street No. II
182 Le. CarrisquHIa

"SAS" Via ronae 111 MOVED AD ES A THIS Betide

FOR SALE 250 ec Jaws mo-
torcyclo, good condition. .Priced
reasonably for gulck sale. Leaw
ing Isthmus. 3-1273.
FOR SALE: Motorbike, Triumph
Terrier. Very good condition.
$90.00 cash. Phone Belboe 2 2-2438
2438 2-2438
v FOR SALE i Cushman Scooter
with aide car, new, '. $230.00.
i, "Cia. da Prodirctos do Arcills, S.
,A Vi Espana No. 37-47.
Pheno 3-0160, .- f
The in'ii'pai kpnt hv a twenty
one-year-old marine recruit during
training and then combat, in Ko
rea wun the famous 1st Marine
Division., is among the books plac
ed. in circulation mis ween ny we
Canal Zoi Library. ,.,
Tne lust published work of young
Mann kuss, 'The iast jfaiauei'
is specmcajly realistic, a o m e-
times wildly funny and always
touchingiy real. His journal is a
triumph of personality over grind
ing tear and feartui -boredom.
The complete nst of books and
their authors announced by t tne
library 1 this week follows: u
. IMon-fiction Handbook of. irom
cal Aquarium Fishes, Axelrod;
Live linger and Enjoy it. otem-
crohn; Piloting, and Navigating in
Coastal and inland .Waters, Sav
age; Vision, a Saga of the sky.
Mansfield; esquire Cookbook,
auire: Esouire Drink Book. Es
Quire; -Marvels of Ancient Home,
Sfcherer; broadway in a .' 'Barn,
Harmon Manuro, the Man Who
Discovered Anienca; Kaneke;
Threi Saints and a Sinner. Tharp:
Scotland, Rait: The Last Parallel,
Russ.'. I' L i M y
Fiction The. Proving Flight. Bea-
tyi A Legacy. Bedford; The Span
ish bridegroom, sunoro; A LI1S LI1S-tant.Drum.
tant.Drum. LI1S-tant.Drum. Flood: The Day The
Money stopped. Gill: Turn tne li
cera Loose. Lasly: My Kingdom
lor ; a Hearse, Kice; The Guard
ians. Stewart: Marked 'Down lor
Murder, Wmcheii. ,.. -'-, z ;
P'.rinriipalY Articles
'The Battle of the Levels" Pa-
naiMo.ronol1 Vf .rinci Vn0inArnT
asostuoi weaasasa. Aa.sna.'u- s
The Way U.S. Would Fight in "Lit
tle. wars,;rf U.5. ews and-, worio
report., is,;,3 i J y y .'v;
Children's Books The' Secret of
the Singing Tower. Evatt; Black
Stallion Revolts, Farley; 'My Fath Father's
er's Father's t Dragon, ; Gannett; Where's
Teresa?, Marwin; Blueberry Sum Summer.
mer. Summer. OgUvie: A Doctor' Talks to
Teen-agers, Sadler; Bible Story
Book, Egermeier; The West Point
Story. Reedcr All About. our
Changing Rocks White. ; . .v
Georgia Democrats
Casl Heavy Vole In
While-Ilegro Runoff
ATL NR .My 23 (UP) Ci
ty Democrats voted heavily today
in a runoff primary to choose be between
tween between a white businessman and a
Negro 'for alderman in a race
where Gov. Msrvin Griffin bad
personally intervened, v-'
Griffin last week called for the
defeat of T. M. Alexander, the Ne
gro candidate, who ran second to
Jack Summers in the first prim a r r-y.
y. r-y. Griffin- hid warned that the Ne
gro "bloc vote" would weigh Heav Heavily
ily Heavily la the runoff. t
Alexander, saying that the city's
38 per cent Negro population de
served one sixteenth" represen
tation on tb 16-man board of al
dermen,' is the first Negro to seek
such a post since reconstruction
days. At that time Negroes were
a force in Southern politics ia the
years immediately following the
Civil War.
Only one other post a job on the
city executive force, was at stake
in the runoff.-
Early voting' was" described at
almost as heavy as in the first
primary and ia some sections was
heavier. ; '
Colombian Junta
To Investigate
Coffee Smuggling
BOGOTA. Colombia. Mav 23
(UPTbe miL'tary urjta govern-j
mem amwmcea toaay n nsa ap appointed
pointed appointed a committee to investigate
charge of criminal activity sn sn-cluding
cluding sn-cluding coffee smuggling snd the
torture of political pnjonm
by members of the ousted Rojas
ree roe.
Charges msde public since ex
President Gustavo Ro's Pinilla
was overthnnni early this month.
s ecu sea tnrmrers oi aarauii-


SERVICE TV service calls $2.50
cell before 7 p.m. for same day
service. SPECIAL any table mod-
el or portable radio repaired
; $4.50 plus parts. Phone 2-4616.

Tho best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Intornacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata 5 do Mayo.
' Take a Jungle Jim Jaunt Boat
Excursion to the San Bias
BLAS BY BOAT. Leeve, Balboa
pier; 1 7 7:00 a.m. Friday, May
3 1 s. Return to Cristobal Sundays
evening 5:00 p.m. June 2nd.
$48.00 each person. .Leaves '-i
Strangers Club, Colon 10:00 p.,
m. May' 3 1st; $45.00 each par-
son. For those who are interested
in going through the Csnal only,
the ; price It' $7.00 includinj
lunch, t First n,ight arioard the i
cruiser "Pescadora." Second
night is spent at San Bias Islands
Hotel, pon't forget your camera
and swim suit. For further In In-fermatioa
fermatioa In-fermatioa see Jungle Jim ht Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama or phone Panama
3-1660 days or-3-1326 nights.
huson To
A new Senate subcommittee
announced today it will invest!
gate why the United States la
"oyt of .step" on the politically
loucny issue or traae wun Kea
Sen; Warren O. Maenuson (r
Wash.), who heads the group,
wia newameu:, - t ,it
r Vwe can't keep 400 mUUon
people behind an economic
bamboo curtain forever, ; just
because we don't like the poll''
cles of their government. c l".'
He said Congress "has got to
say something sooner tor later
about trade with. Red China" In
view of Increasing; pressure from
some U.S. allies to do more busi business
ness business with the communists.
The new subcommittee on for-'
eign commerce was established!
today by the Senate Commerce
committee,. ; M a g n uson,. who
heads 'the parent body, named
himself as chairman of the
Most free nations bar trade In
Farmer Who Lost
Tornado Footrace
Tells Of Twister
RUSH CITY, .Minn. Mav 23
f UP) Art, Swenson told today
now H leris io race a lornaao
and lose.' ii i- i-, ', ::-1 :. ;.
The farmer was plowing a neljh-
bor's field late Tuesday-when he
saw the twitter bearing down on.
him.; '.. : : i; .";.
". . ... -.- . ; . ;- -
"It was a white funnel hanging
out of clouds, that seemed to get
darker as it approached," be. said
"I decided tc run for home, a
half a mile away. I didnt make
it."':--. C '"
Swenson ren about half the dis distance
tance distance home when the twister, was
upon hwi. ,i
'"When 'I saw I 'couldn't make
it," he said, "I f ell on my face on
the ground and let it go by."
He said the funnel twirled by
close to where he was lying. .,
"There wasn't much wind near
me just t little swirling. .,


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, :38 pjn. 11:38 p.m.



Fast Crowing; Manufacturirj Euslness needs vXddl vXddl-tionkl
tionkl vXddl-tionkl Capital. This is a wonderful .opportunity ta
Invest, large or small. Te Company has to ex expand
pand expand -and make large, purchases ef equipment.
Writs Zzx Fi-s.-a, R. P.

FOR 1ALE-I2 foot boat with
accessories and 2 hp Elgin out outboard.
board. outboard. Good condition. Racing
boat and- 5 Va hp Martin out-
. board, poor condition. All $200
or will sell separately. Call 87 87-3I05,;:,4;;,;,',.,:;;...,,.
3I05,;:,4;;,;,',.,:;;...,,. 87-3I05,;:,4;;,;,',.,:;;...,,. FOR SALE: 20V cabin cruiser
7' beam. Good condition. Inboard 1
engine. No. 165 Cristobal Yacht
Club. Leaving Isthmus. 3-1273.

FOR SALE.--l 5'6" boat with
. .25 hp. outboard, dual controls.
, All like now. $575.00. Will ti.
nance, Balboa 2887.
FOl( SALE One 10 hp. John,
son outboard, one 22 hp. John
son outboard. Good running con
-dition. 0420-B, Ancon. Ph
wish to find
North Americans
employment for
their maid, Call Panama 3-2709.
Good housekeeper and cook a a--
- a-- Vailablo 1 5th- June. Further in in-.
. in-. formation call Albrook 311 1.
Review Policy

With :?e; China:

0. ... v.
strategic materials with Commu Commu-nlst
nlst Commu-nlst China but only the united
States, forbids any trade at all
with the Peiping regime. ,
Many Senators vigorously op- v
pose any easing of the restrle-;
tionSi , V,-',;,:?Vi ;'-,; ;'';'!,.',';'
Under the so-called Battle Act
Sassed in 1951, the s (rovernment
t required -to cut off u.a- aid to
any nation, violating the WesU
em embargo Hat unless the Pres President
ident President rules otherwise. ? -Last-year,-
the (United States
agreed to reduce the list of items
which other nations are barred 1
from shipping to china.
The action, was atrnns-lv. rrlfi-
eized by some members of the
Senate Investigating subcommlt-
iee wmcn neia Hearings on tha
trade agreement.
Magnuson acknowledged that
: tho new inquiry would rekindle
, the controversy with "a lot of
yapping out or Formosa, and
those places." V ; v.
"But he said "Everybody's go go-ine;
ine; go-ine; In there but us. In March, 69
ships docked, at Shanghai alone
from every, nation in tha world
except us." -a ; ,.
He said the Commerce Depart Department
ment Department was "definitely in favor of
our taking a look" at the Chlria
trade policy.
tWbir Vill iroiior ;
tlelhodisf Leaders
Af Chinese Buffet
. ,"4
.The Methodist Choir Is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring a buffet In honor of Bev.
and Mrs. Ephraim 8. Alphonse,
superintendent of the Panama
Circuit and deputy .chairman of
tne central American district.
This Chinese-menu dinner will
be held on Saturday, June t, at
7:30 p.m. at the Oriental Restau-
rant on 13th street (Salslpue (Salslpue-des).
des). (Salslpue-des). ,.-.',.
'Interested nrinni' me n.
tact the committee:- Mrs. Doris
McFarquhar and 'Miss Doris
Rodney, Tel. 3-O060; Mrs. Evelyn
.err, a-azua; Mrs. Ann Glikes,
Amador 5194: Mrs. Claudirm Mc
intosh. 2-0342 or 3-6289.1
The purpose of this dinner will
be tha celebration of tho choir's
anniversary, j v ;
. 1 .' ui rt
' MAT.'ll TCSX 1 $
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3ashLegs WithSledgeh


:, ; BUFORD, Ca.; May 23 (UP) Savan mora inmates at the turbulent Rock Quarry
V State Prison camp tried to break their legs with sledgehammers today official In,
-yestigated six other leg smash ings that occurred only two days ago.
'J : ; Corrections Director Jack Forester said that the seven prisoners at the state work
camp for incorrigibles were working in the granite quarry when they swung the heavy

riladgehammers an their legs at 10:35 a.m.

'TS'orrester said, a prison guard
'stopped two of the would-be-leg-j
breakers before they could hurt
J them selves.; Four others managed

;to break their legs ana one iaueq.
' if was the fourth leg smashing

'incident at this prison, the state's
Hniiriiit. in less than a year. Last

summer 41, men smashed th.eir
Ijeg in two separate incidents. Six

Judge's Bench


r drivln hismotorcycle 9

riiiriBrrf Htehwas at eu nuiesan

: hour in a 40-mile zone, a ar
h-onr-nid airman. Ronnie Lee

spnujpii tnrinv was fined $25 in

rtho Raihna Magistrate's Court.

Two Panamanian truck driv

ers were each fined $5 for via
Hating the law.

X Herman A. Williams. 31. was
found euiltv of failtnff ta stop

Ion red light on Diablo Road.
Tfip Kprond defendant. Ernes

tA. fionzalez. 29. was fined for

Iit'ivtnr? his truck without
'rrtiflcate of 4nsnectlon

t ,vmr men were each given

Suspended sentences after being

'found 'guilty or vagranty uu
Tiint.rJipr Hiehwav. Three of the

men. Augusto Mosquera. 31. Bias

P2 Morales, 32. and Abindjo Rl-

fvss. 40. are all Colombians. Fer Fer-ndo
ndo Fer-ndo Martinez. 22, is a Panar
J "Frank S. Griffith. 44. Panama Panama-Min.
Min. Panama-Min. was fined $10 for driving
toil .bus without haying all the
Jdoprs closed. '.



others attempted the same self-injury
Monday. :
The seven inmates who tried te
smash 1hfr legs today, all N
grots, to'd reporters the held ac-'

tien was in pretest of inadequate
medical care. One prisoner com
plained of brutality and noth
or of 'poor food. : -
Dr. 'Reuben Smith, who attends
to the inmates at the Quarry, said

the three) of .the men sunerea
sim actures of the leg and a

lourtq, Jimmy juee Biams con

sidered to ring leader oy prison

officials had a compound frac

ture..'' :'
The other leg smashers were
Identified as John Thomas Smith.

Henry Mitts. Willie E. ; Almond.

Alfred Smite, Paul Langford and
Roosevelt Richardson.

The guard on duty in the quarry

stopped Alfred Smith and Almond

as they, jumped irom a pne oi

rocks and sat down to break their

less. Richardson swung the sledge

on ms leg. out tanea to nreax me

bone. The other ; four were sue


Tho guards said tht1 inmates
succeeded in breaking their legs
by sitting en the ground, gifting
the le pound slodgehammors
ever their heads end lotting them
droo en their legs.

Warden H'lebert Smith said that

two of the Negroes in today's in

cident where among the 41 who

attempted to break their legs last

summer. The leg smasmngs in

1956 brought on a legislative in

vesication, but the investigators

eave the orison a clean bill of

health after recommending a tight'

emnc of security regulations.

Only recently tne correction De

partment approved plans for a
new 42 cell maximum security

bloc to keef- the "trouble mak-

ersv segregated rrom ine otner

misoners. Work on the new Woe

is scheduled to start in June.

'. A sure woy to lose your shlit is
tt out too much on the cuff.

fVeather Or Not

This avoathor roport for the
hours ending I a.m. today,
it """piep-red by tho Meteorolo Meteorolo-fiicit
fiicit Meteorolo-fiicit end Hydrographic Branch

. i tho Panama Canal Company:

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While all seven of the prisoners

involved In the latest incident com-

olained of poor medical care, Dr.

Smith showed reporters, records in

dicating that six of the seven nan
received med'eal attention several
times ii the last three weeks. :' v

.. Starks repeated tho 1 s e m e
charge that he' made to the to-g(!atlvo-
investigating xommtttee
litt 'ytir that he neodod ime'

dical attention for e kidney f II.

ment. Hewever, Dr.-smith Said
he examined It erks last week

end found nothing wrong with

Almond told reporters a guard
hit him in the back with a night
stock, but there were no other

charges of brutality. L a n g f o r d,
serving a term for voluntary man

slaughter, caid the .food at .the

orison was' bad.

Warden Smith said he, theuglit

the prison faced a major problem

in dealing with the state's .worst

incorrigibles. "They've never..,done

any work m their lives, they, don't
ex Dec t to now and we've sot to

make them learn how in the rock
quarry." .- c::W.f.'.'i.';
Forrester: said the charge that
the food was bad was ""ridiculous.','

He Jiaid "the prisoners at t he

rock auarry are fed better than a

. L l il L

ny, ouier pnmneri in uie eysicin

oecause taey are on maximum

security and work regularly."
C.- :. 't',''.-1.l;V;. ',,!"
Prisoner at the reck ? quarry
work, in tho granlto quarry from
7 a.m. te 5 p.m. with half-hour
breaks in" tho morning end of of-ternoon
ternoon of-ternoon end a ene-heur lunch pe period.
riod. period. Prison officials elan to put;
the men en e seveh-heurs-ei
day, five-day-week soon.
' J. B. Hatchett, assistant correc

tions director, said he thought

most of-lh leg smasners were
"pressured" into the grim act of

self injury by "troublemakers

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'Object' Said Hij

By Carrier FDR


The Navy said today that the air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier Franklin D. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt did. not strike anything in an
accident it 'suffered off the Florida
coast May M.1 -

Earlier, in Navy said the car-

rier had muct a suomergea ou ou-ject,
ject, ou-ject, possibly a submarine or an
unmarked wreck. But it said to today
day today a ca'rcful search by destroy destroyers
ers destroyers ana a salvage ship located no

ebstrucUon on the bottom ef tne

tea; -.... v7.

insnM-tHm bv divers showed

that, one blade of one, propeller

broke on the port side at an old

weld and then passed tnrougn me

other propeller on tne port siqe,

aamaging iv, vie aiy.iu.
The carrier has lone. to New

port News, Va., for repairs.




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Due to mechanical trouble in pacity has been accepted as suf-

one of Us Sao Francisco genera generators,
tors, generators, the Compania Panamefia de
Fuersa y Lui has asked the public
in Panama City to reduce volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily its use of electricity between
the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
If the1 people will themselves re reduce
duce reduce the electrical consumption
between those hours, it is posible
that the company can complete re repairs
pairs repairs to the generator without ra rationing
tioning rationing power, Thomas Oglesby,
Fuerza y Lui general manager,
said today.
Rationing would mean suspen suspension
sion suspension of electricity for a certain
period each day in various sec sections
tions sections of the capital city., The only
services which would not be in

terrupted would be those to hos

ficient to serve the customers:

"Fuerza y Lux which has been
and always will be desirous to
contribute to the progress and de development
velopment development qt commerce. and in industry
dustry industry in Panama,, last year de decided
cided decided to install a new generating
unit in their Avenida Sur; Plant in
this city which when completed
within 10 or 12 months, will raise
the electrical system capacity to

more than 30.000 Kw.

"The trouble that one -of the new
generators of the San Francisco
plant developed is to be regretted
and has caused a very unpleasant
situation .which could 'not be
foreseen. ,.' :.

"When two big generators .". of

51,000 fiw capacity each were ins

Today A'Tcmorrew 75-40
1:15, : 4:55. 7:e. p.m.


It worth
s a

pitals, clinics, fire stations, the! tailed in the San Francisco plant

Guardia Nacionai and industrial aoout a year ego., they were
plants where operation would be 'inspected very closely in order to
considered essential. i ascertain that they were function-

Authorities of the Canal Zone log correctly

have been asked to help out dur during
ing during the emergency, Oblesby Said,


.Th story f on infidetiryi




by furnishing a block of power

during the critical Jbours...
Canol authorltios Immodiotoly
respondod by pledging 1,00f hi.
toMratts tluriof tho day and 1,501
"kilowaHs botwoon 4 p.m. end
11 p.m. until the emergency,

Oglesby noted that to Jet the

Fuerza y Lux have this power the

Canal bed te start vp emergency

dtesel generators and employ ex

tra personnel to run them. He re

marked that the Canal is not at

this time in a position to dispose

of any of the electrical current

produced by its hydro electric

(Observers recalled that Canal
official havo heeo tnrrtA ta rnr.

Hail hydro electric operations in

recent weeks because of a shor shor-age
age shor-age of water in the Canal itself.)

Oglootoy told ttte Fwrxe y
Lws hot sporod no oaponooe to
ooe to at that its cwstomort will
Iteve twmnt for essential mods
la eonnectioa wtta the problem,'
Oflesby said also:
"Ompo&ia Paaameiia de Fuer Fuerza
za Fuerza y Lux has always mainUiDed
a a electrical system sufficiently
large enough te provide aa ade adequate
quate adequate supply of electric energy te

meet the needs of the local coo-1

Several days ago the Watch en

gineers on duty at San Francisco
Plant observed that one of. the

generators was vibrating and e e-mitting
mitting e-mitting smoke which indicated in
abnormal condition," Oglesby said.
"Our technicians, were 'unmfe
diately advised and as a first
measure reduced the generator
output to less- than half Its capaci capacity
ty capacity thus eliminating the .Vibration
and smoke.
"Following the evaluation of
testa and studies a decision has
been made to remove the dam damaged
aged damaged generator, from service and
repair it as quickly as posible.
"Fuerza y Lux in trying to av avoid
oid avoid inconvenience to its customers

has decided-to ask thetv te- volun

tarily reduce their electric loads
betweea the hours of 6:30 p.m. and
10 p.m. each day until the emer emergency,
gency, emergency, has paased." V
As to the possibility of rationing
electric energy or interrupting the
seppty ef electricity at certain
times- of the day Oglesby said:

"The Company -will .wait te see if
the public will cooperate aad re

duce their loads voluntarily. If
the loads are reduced by 1000 Kw.

I caa assure that the services w)
not be interrupted and there will
be do major inconvenience during-
the two or three weeks re required
quired required to repair the generator.

Oa tne otner Bind, at it be-

sirmers. The total generating dp-, comes aecesssry te. uaterrapt eir-

acity ef the Company is 23 One Kw. 1 certs the interruptions wiD be very

an me l" in mom emand is lt.-ibrief. ususny

' Seyef al ; hundred JBaljaoa .High

School- studedents were presented
With achievement a w a r d s for
scholarship., sports' and extra-curricular
activities yesterday morn

ing during the annual Awards Day
assembly held in the Balboa Gym Gymnasium.
nasium. Gymnasium. 'i.. ." ,:;,:,''.i"

:Two High School seniors were

named' the- "m o st outstanding?
members of the graduating class.

They were Richard Wright, son. of

Mr. and Mrsweus wrignt oi ai-

boa, and Mebnda MarshaU, daugh

ter of Mi. and, Mrs. James Mar

shall of Balboa. Runners up on

this honor were Owen, Sutherland

Dan Winkiosky and Chris Hearon

for; the boys; Virginia' Reynolds

and Judy Engelke for: the girls.
Diane Jacobs, who wen -the Na National
tional National Merit Scholarship Award;
tho Math Association of Amori Amori-ea
ea Amori-ea Contest Award, V end who
maintained an "k" overage for
tour years,: was voted the high highest
est highest renking graduate

Other High School -students

maintaining an "A" average dur

ing the year' were Barbara Bart-

lett. Joan Dimpfl atia waroi reran

us. ;:;: i r: ;

Other scholarship -winner were

Jndv Eneelke. who was jfiven the

Lions Club Scholarship; June Bar Barlow,
low, Barlow, who won the aecond year C,
Z. Junior College Elks Scholarship
and Joan Degenaar, who was giv

en a-; $1,500 Eiki schoiarsnip a-

. The '"John Philip Sousa Band A A-ward.
ward. A-ward. '' a national award,! (which

was presented for the first time
this year to a Canal Zone student,
was given to Richard Richardson,
a High School senior who plays an
alto saxaphone and is an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding member of -the Balboa High

School band

- Other awards, given -out during

the assembly included:;

'The Time 'Magazine1 A w a r o:

Richard Wright, first; Frank Mil

ler, second, and Bill B r u n n e r,

third: ':' ".. -.

Firtt yeat Spanish award: Ted

Tiedeken, first; Kay Flowers, sec

ond .. v .-
t American Legion Spanish award:

Judy Engelke, first;. Barbara Farb-

man, second; Richard wrignt,

third, v.- n '..-;. i.

Reserve Officer's Association a-

ward: William Dolan. i -Chemistry
lab assistants: Frank

Tewnsend, Rose Btesh, Dolly Chan,
Joan DiiriplL Rochelle Head, Frank
Miller; Doe Randall, Janet Tribe
and Charles Wbmmack.
' Physics lab assistants: v J o h n
Smith, Diane Jscobs.i Richard
Wright and Eda Altuna.,; V
.Diamond tr-ask drama awards:
Forest. Wis, James Doran,' Chris

Hesron.'.Gruce Lombana, Gay Mul-

Llsrkey, 1 and yJhn Smith.'- .John

Ebbs Award to Sharon ught.

Photoaraohv medal to Roger To-

ledano and certificates to William

Kirkland.- Roland Eisen and Carl

Tooth man. r : ?: ;
Ionian business awards to Ca Caroline
roline Caroline Zirkman; Quill and Scroll
award le Linda Jacobs.'
The National Scholastic Press

Association Star was given to the
Sollowing Zonian- members: Carol
erantie. Geri McGriff, Marie Eb-

ertnz. Dee Selby, Carol Voortmey Voortmey-er
er Voortmey-er Julia May,'- Gladys Miller, Rose
Btesh, Beck Abell, Penny Penning

ton, Caroline zu-kmaa and bue
Ma We. '. f .-
Porrokeet Awards, Quill and
Scroll te Peyay Polios end Rich Richard
ard Richard Wright. Natienel Seholaitie
Press Association otev te the fol- i
lowing Perrekoot ra e m b o r s:
Chris Hearon,-. Becky Aboil,
Ralph Cox, Joan Oogonoar, Mil Mil-drod
drod Mil-drod Cibbs, Marie Cirard, Re Re-chello
chello Re-chello Hood, Marcis Lowjs, Me-
lindo Marshaft, Joyce McCaugh McCaugh-ey.
ey. McCaugh-ey. Coy Mullarkoy, Chariot He He-oior.
oior. He-oior. Virgin! s Reynolds, 'James
Watson, ft r e n d o Cunningham,
DoUy Chen Borbere ; lUch end
Rogot Telodone.',"-. '' -;
Daa Wiakloiky. who won his

lettet in baketbslL football, base

ball and track. -was voted the
most outstanding athlete of the

year. t

CLeeritadir.f awards were given

te Geri McGriff. Sharon DeVore,

Jackie Dims Judy Hots, Linda Ja Jacobs
cobs Jacobs Julia May. Gladys Miller
and Lvane Rsvtnond.

alusic awarda were given to the

following: Dottle Metiger, J a 1 i a

May, Donna Jenkins, Maria Gir-

anL KeiU oberu, ouyoa Miiier,

Nixa Pasaannte. Gay Mullarky.

Peggy leile. Helen Nita, Jeanet-

le 0iTOnnie Samsoe, Melinda

tV Kw. Jar Uat reason the ca

ll mi ted te half bow

per cuetomer each day."

niogton, Geri McGriff, Forest
Wise, ; Jow ,i G allow a y, Jerry
ry Durfee,1" Chris Hearon. Diane

Hearne. R'chard Richardson, Nan

cy; Purdy. Margery ,Icke, Charles

Aapier aud Carolyn corn.
Students receiving athletic a

wards wei e .' ; Girls' ; Intramurals

B League; Nua Pasamante, Eda
Altuna. Jrms Ariona, Carolyn

Corn, caroiyn u p v l ng t o n,

Rose Covin ct on. Claudia u a v i

Joan 'Dohertyj Judyi Engelke, Do

rothy Folse, Janice Heilman, Amy
Luddy, Ma'-tha Miller, Beverly Pe Pe-rra,
rra, Pe-rra, Virginia Perra, Celia Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Janet Tribe, Catherine Wat Watson,
son, Watson, Mary Watson and Mary Wick Wick-man.
man. Wick-man. ,', I-
Girls' Volleyball All Stars B

League; Carolyn Corn, Eda Altu-j

na. JNiza rasamame, juuv cm

eelke. Claudia Davis. Rose Hens

Tor. Marv Watson Svlvia Cruz. Ja

net Tribe, Sis Paige, Amy Luddy

ana Mary wic&mau,

"Vf' I :,'

Girls' Basketball All Stars B

Tj-amie: Judv Eneelke. Niza Pa

samante, Dorothy Folse, Rose Cov

ineton. Inci Berg, -Carolyn corn,

Virginia Perra, Beverly Perra, Ja

net Tribe- and Catherine watson.

Girls' Intramurals A Jeagup;

rharintt Hprr. Joan Liwier,

.tuna Rarlnw Fairlee bKinner. uem

Heilman, Helen Nita, Heiene Bi

shop, Dot MUier, uee ,eiDy, nir-

ley., Barlow, CeUa Eggleston ,ani

Dome,. Monger. -i4 j.-; fi-.;- -.

-.- .-.;'; .''.: tffi,'
Girls' Volleyball All Stars A
League; Joen Lawler, Irene A A-badl,
badl, A-badl, June Barlow, Shirley Bar Barlow,
low, Barlow, Charlotte Herr, Dona Jones,
Lynno Jones, Noris Lytis, Car Carrie
rie Carrie Miller, Helen Nita, Judy Sigl
end Sue Taylor.


President Eisenhower seemed to today
day today to have rekindled some sup support
port support for his budget and foreign aid
program although the full effect
of his nationwide appeals cannot
yet be measured. - i
The consensus among m o m m-bors
bors m-bors of Congress was that the
President had done e more of of-.
. of-. fective ob in selling his foreign
aid program in hia got tough
radio TV speech this week than
in defending his 72 billion dollar
budget, lest week.
. None suggested Eisenhower had'
succeded in stopping the budget budget-cutting
cutting budget-cutting fever in Congress. Howev However
er However there was, widespread belief he
may have -checked it, particularly
for his foreign aid program, and
protected that program from deep

er cuts tnan now are expected,

'Congressional mail still appear

ed to be running against the Ei

senhower budget but some offices

reported a pickup in support for

tne f resident.

The office of Sen. Irving M. Ives

(R-N.Y.), .who keeps a daily mail
count, received 3,745 letters de

manding budget cuts this; y e a r
through May 15. Those supporting
the budget were too scattered to
There still was doubt the Pros Pros-Idtnt
Idtnt Pros-Idtnt would obtain from the e e-conomy
conomy e-conomy minded lawmakers ell
of the $3,845,000,000 he requested ;
in his special aid message Tues Tues-,:
,: Tues-,: day. '" '. ';!;. ,.;. ; v
But his radio television speech
to the, nation appeared to bave
made-a hit with .many congress congressmen
men congressmen and the general public. s.
Secretary of State' John k Foster

Dulles found the atmosphere im

proved when be appeared Defore
the Senate Foreign Relations Com Committee
mittee Committee to hammer home the argu arguments,
ments, arguments, that Eisenhower ',. set forth
yesterday. .:
Dulles, who has had his' troubles
with the committee thia year, re

served a cordial reception as he

o DG6C n V
For Budget
k 1 k Lhl 1 'f 'J A 1r

Girl's Basketball All Stars A

League;. June Barlow Beth Hell-

man, charlotte Herr, juoy mow,
Donna. Jenkins,, Joan Lawler,-Julia
May. Gladys Miller. Helen Ni

ter Penny Pennington, Dee Selby

and Carol Styles.
Bovs' Intramurals C League;

Al Muller, Doug Chassin, Charlie

Bradshaw. Jerry Buckner, r red

Roe and Art-Altizer. t

Boyl' Intramurals B League;

Mike Bettsak, Alex Ruix, Joe Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Henry Barker, Bill Miller,

Ralnh Parker. Joe Behsr. Jim

Reynolds, Lloyd Brown,. Richard
Morris, Meigs Bertolette, Ray
Caldwell. Ed Suarez. Frank Town-

send, Bob Hatting, Danny. Hatch Hatcher;
er; Hatcher; Herman Wilkinson, Peter Thi Thi-bodeau
bodeau Thi-bodeau and Jack Pearson.

Boys' Intramurals A League;

Ed' CunninghamJim. Watson,

Dave Browne, Joe Blackburn,

Lane Thompson, Dan DesLondes,

Rolando Cbams, Andre Libert, Da Davis
vis Davis Drennan and Frank Leves.

Football Lettermen: Ken Morris.

Bruce Bateman, Lewis Bateman,
Eugene Burch, George B a r b i e r,

Louis Barbier, juarry Eastman,

Charles French, Ken. Fulleton,
George Kirkland, Charles Napier,

Gary Ness. Larry SiegeL Owen

Sutherland, Ritchie More, Roger

Million, David Tate, Robert Wills,
Dan Winkiosky,. Jack Winkiosky,
Harrell Womble, Mgr. and Eric
Larsen, Mgr.
Basketball Lettermen; Dan Win Winkiosky,
kiosky, Winkiosky, Jack Winkiosky, Raul Bar

bara. Lem Kirkland, Geo. Kirk

land, Eric Larsen, Mgr.. and Bob
Fearon, Mgr. ,v',v;; V.
Baseball Lettermen; Owen Suth Sutherland,
erland, Sutherland, Daa Winkiosky, Ritchie
More, Robert Hi mil ton, Gerald
Durfee, Wayne Wall, Charles
French, Don Ryter. Bruc Bate Bateman,
man, Bateman, George Barbier, George
Trimble, Fred Harley, Lem Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland and Henry Adams, Mgr.
. Track; Robert Peeron R e w I
Barbara, Coorgo Barbior, Terry
Corrigan, Chorlos Fro nth, Bill
Holt, BIN Halvosa, Abel Laglitie,
Frank Loves, Ritchie More. Car Carlos
los Carlos Rivera, Carl Toorhman, Rob Robert
ert Robert Toothm an, Solly Teuttieh,
Dan Winkiosky, Ernesto Sharp
and Morgan Schock, Mgr. .
Swimming Letters; Beys: Nils
Linfors, Joe Blackburn, Don Ry Ryter,
ter, Ryter, Jim Reynolds, Larry SiegeL
Alaa : Scott, Robert Lata, Leon
Dobrowolski, Sam Rowley, B e r r-nard
nard r-nard Maxwell, David Behar, Hen Henry
ry Henry Barker, Solly Toussieb and
George Barbier. Girls: Judy En-

relke, Chirlotte Schulta, Danielle

dollars if it did not have' a mutual
security program. -
' Members were especially comt
plimentary about the adminis administration
tration administration proposal to shift much
of the. economic aid to a loan
basis. Sen., Homer E. Capohart
( R-lnd.) told Dulles 'for t h o
first time In 10 years,. I am go.
ing to vote for end support this
program."' -'
In the House, Speaker Sam Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn (D-Tex.) told reporters he be believed
lieved believed Congress would give. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower "a very generous appropri appropriation"
ation" appropriation" j-for foreign aid.iHo declin declined,'
ed,' declined,' to predict the amount a' sup supporter
porter supporter of the program.
- Democratic Leader Lyndon B.
Johnson (Tex.) told the Senate
that Eisenhower's speech- i "laid
down some general principles
which in my opinion go a long wav

tO' meet the needs of our -foreign
policy." : .;!, :;'v-"ff ,:,

He emphasized the. "minimum"
outlay fixed -by the. President was

"not sacrosanct" but., added thatj

-me i rresiaent nas v Helped tis

greatly by reexamining the prin principles
ciples principles of the programi'f
The White House said public -re

sponse, to Eisenhower's 4alk' also

was iavora Die. xne first -300 tele

grams received supported his po

sition 'better -than B to 1.' a spokes

man reported. .' ..

Dulles, told the Senate group
it would be "folly" te weaken
In any manner the free' world's
collective defense system until
there was safeguarded d l i i'r
mament agreement with Russia.
,. He said progress wal being

made toward such an agreement

but that the United States would

not rely, on Soviet promises and

"paper accords to reduce arma

ments.;; ;'. ." t : K r. -.-. -I

AsiAtf frto fViat "mutual tact at a ?

p. aub,k ou h v an uiun a oijiavniivv

offered "the greatest deterrent a

gainst" aggression at the least

cost." Dulle told the committee

that "if we were not spending dol

lars, we would be spending blood

declared that America, would now and I think the money is much pre-

GOP Critics Demand Morse Apologize
For Likening Ike To Teamsters Beck

WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP) "Whose conduct waa condemned

Senate Republicans demanded by the Senate., f ; r.
today that Sen. Wayne 'Morsel : - e
nri, hini .wi.. fnrf Bridges, chairman of the Sen-

camng 'president Eisenhower andifte GOP Policy, Corrimittee who

Teamster President Dave Beck

the same kind of lmmoralista."
Morse answered the attack by

rereatlng the statement on the'

.-7 . F

senate iioor ana cnaiienging ms

led the. attack against Morse,
said Morse .'fwent further than it
Is proper to go" and that his re remarks
marks remarks were "in poor taste." .;

In Contracts

Contracts t o t a 1 1 n g $505,834.83 -were
awarded to local contractori

during April by the Engineer, U.
S. Army Caribbean. ..

A 1143.0000 contract i w e n t it

Isthmian Constructors,1 Inc. fot
the conversion and rehabilitatioe

of family -housing units in Curun

du. -

Calvlno and Roquer, Cia. Ltda.

-was awarded a $70,136 contract ti

install aluminum louvers and V

screen frames in permanent hous housing
ing housing imits at Curundu, 1

Hojaiater;a fanama. s.Ai receiv

ed a contract for $60,670.83 to r i i-roof
roof i-roof a flight hangar at Fort Kob- v
be."";- At-t' : .:"?'.' ivffi

Contracts totaung $60,070 wer f

awarded tu.The Electric Servict

Company to make certain modifi

cations to finance building lis at
Corozal, and to rehabilitate the e

lectrical facilities of Loop V al

Fort Clayton, '

An award of S56.456 in contract!

went U L R. Sommer to1 rehabili

tate electrical facilities of Loot

III at Fort Clayton: to replaci

lighting fixtures in permanent fan
ily housing at Curundu; "to revisr

the lighting, system In building
St -Corozal; and to modify .'-raditw

transmitter, facilities at Q u a r r j -1
Heights.--' ,'i.fs :

A 55,71 contract went to Diuoi

and Hickman Construction Compa

ny to replace 12 kitchen sinks ii v


Anthony Legciero Is under con

tract to- paint the roof and extenoi
of building 83 at Fort Amador, am

the interior of '- the gymnasium :

building at Fort Kobbe for $5,094.1

Two contracts amounting to $24, i

454 to install aluminum jalousie:
and screening in buildings 17, 18
20. 23. 24. &, 30 and 39, and t

close porch ventilator openings ii
buildings 22. 27 and 41 at Fort A
mador were awarded to E. O

Hauke Construction Company.
. C. A,,High received a $24,231
contract to construct-carports at.
Fort Clayton and fort Davis.
Helicopters Draw

Jibes But Senate'

royes Funds

"WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Senate voted housekeepmi
funds for President Eisenhower to
day after several Democrats jibei
at the'' chief executive's new- heli
copters." '. f'-.'.'"-r,":
Republicans countered with r
minders mI the yacht nsed by for

mer s Presidents k-. Truman am

Roosevelt v "'--' .-t ,v-i
With the sparring out of the wa:

the Senate approved by voice vot
a bill carrying $18,010,370 to rui -the
White House, Budget Bureai

and a number of small aev:'
in the fiscal year starting July 1
- The Total was $4,911,000 aesi

than Eisenhower .had requestei

for the agencies and $11,000 lesi

than voted by the House. A Sen

ate Hous conference: committet

must reconcile the differences..

Mayflower II

Covers 2,200
Miles In 32 Days

LONDON, May 23 (UP)

A few- Democrats rallied.

si a kiM i ivW- avciuwviKM o-vi

Cu kO vrjr i censu.c mm Mo.. defens. Sen. Olln D

ior ii. r : in),.,fn. aw mafm rne to

Morse made what Sen. Styles pake dear 'one distinct! on- be.
Bridges (R.NH) called a "shock-;fween Beck and. Eisenhower:
lng" comparison of Eisenhower Beck did know what he waa do do-with
with do-with Beck during a Jefferson- v ; '.!;,' V,'f :
Jackson : Day dinner at Detroit V'

last Saturday Z( Jm mm mm wmm mm mm'mm mmm mm

A D- C 3 S S C CZ Q

- Tm

Mayflower II sailed its 2.200U

mile today on the 32nd day of thi
reDlica Pilsrimship's voyage fron

to i England ot the United States.

. A radio report from Capt. Alat
Villlers said the ship sailed IK
miles in the past 24 hours. Hi
reported "all's well" and ssid hi
was steering a westerly course at
four knots in -light trade winds

Marshall, Marcil Archibald, Brtte arnea, Mane Eoerent. Carolyn
Davis Roe Henler. Betty Cop- Holmes, Pst Rogers, Msrifranres

penhaver. Grace Lombaaa. See, Tucker. Shirley BarWv and Vir-

olaapa, uxai Fottor, Peon Pea-'guua Reynolds,

Sen. Homer E. Capehart (R.-
Ind) said the Oregon Democrat
might have been been subject
. to censure" If be had made the
statement en the Senate floor.
Morse, a former Republican,
promptly "Invited" the Senate
OOP policy Committee to intro introduce
duce introduce a censure resolution and in-
rlnri Mmtrki h "on or

off th Senate floor." 4

Morse charged that Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower took money out of the tax taxpayers'
payers' taxpayers' pockets by giving a fast
ta write-off to the Idaho power
Company for the construction of
power dams on the Snake River
between Idaho and Oregon.
Morse said he saw no distinc distinction
tion distinction between "a Dave Beck"
reaching into the pockets of his

union members lor "an Interest,
free loan", and the Eisenhower
administration "putting 1U hands

into tne pockets of tne taxpay

ers" for what was in efiect a
similar loan to Idaho power.

He said the administration's
tax write-off program for utili utilities
ties utilities like Idaho Power was a
"prostitution" of legislation en enacted
acted enacted by Congress to help build
defense plants which would have
limited productive use after the
By "comparison ef the wrong wrongdoings
doings wrongdoings ef the Elsenhower ad- i
ministration" In eae after
ease, Morse said. "I cant
square thai ad mia 1st ration with
political morality."
"In my book," he said, "the
President of the United States ia

gTiilty of political Immorality.

fR-lowa said Morse's remarks m J
were "far more odious" thas any- h
thins: ever said by the late Pen. I
Joseph R. McCarthy (R:WU) ; va t



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