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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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Frequency:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Defense Secretary Wilson' Admits:
LS Behind Russia
In H-Bomber Output
t WASHINGTON, May 2 (UP) Defense Secretary
Charles E. Wilson conceded yesterday that Russia is out
stripping the Urjited States in the production of globe globe-girdling
girdling globe-girdling hydrogen bombers. '''-'.'''
f But he refused to say whether he agrees with Cen.
Curtis E. Lemay, strategic air commander, that that Soviet

Union will be ahead of this
'power by 1950-60.
"From the best Information
have," Wilson told news con
ference," "they are eurrently build'
ing at a higher rate than we are.
He also disclosed that the Air
Force plans to expand its B-52
heavy bomber wings from 30 to
45. planes. He said this was made
possible because a recent produc
tion speedup order wm k mean
?more planes quicker." 1
It was disclosed, meanwhile
that Gen. Earle F. Partridge,
air defense commander, hat
warned Senate investigators that
Russia has a new jet bomber that
, can fly higher than any U.S. in interceptors
terceptors interceptors new In use,
But he laid the United' States
has; some new supersonic inter
ceptors coming along, that will re
capture the defensive advantage.
Partridge was reported to have
made the statements' at a secret
meeting Monday of a special Arm Armed
ed Armed Services subcommittee.. v
n Sen, Henry M. Jackson ," (D (D-Wash.)
Wash.) (D-Wash.) ttid testimony by Le Le-'
' Le-' mey end Partridge "clearly re.
inforces" Democratie charges
-that this country is; losing -air
superiority te Russia.

; yrmy Expects To 'Defeat
Drearl Ballistic Missile :

WAiJilNClN, May 2 (UP)
The Army has told iCongres$ it
'Yt 'to be able to defeat
the- dread intercontinental ballis
tics missihV although it is "going
to be quite a job.". vV;:h
James M. Gavin, the
Armv's research chief, also laid
now nti,aircraft missiles are so
good he sees little chance of sup-
viv-al for manned enemy bombers.
vi discussed Army missile
HpveloDHients at a recent closed
door meeting of a House Appro Appro-'
' Appro-' pnations subcommittee; ; .'
. His heavily-censored testimony,
v made public yesterday, renewed
the tug of war between the Army
- and Air Force over defensive and
offensive weapons. :"'
t The subcommittee testimony, al alio
io alio disclosed that: Y;
1. The Army is atudylng a pre pre-posal
posal pre-posal to outfit all Its troops with
, berttfs. Rep. Daniel J. Flood (0
Pa.) told U. Col. R. T. Morgan,
clothing project officer, he
thought the idea might be fine
fo special units like paratroop paratrooper.
er. paratrooper. But Flood opposed it for all
Al-rcck Embezzlers

Gil 2 Years, Musi
Hake Reslitulian
- Twd former Albrook sales store
' employes each charged with em embezzlement
bezzlement embezzlement were glvea. two year
" penitentiary sentences yesterday
In U.& District Court, suspended
for live years on the condition
they" make restitution and report
monthly to the probation officer.
The items Ernesto Yee. 38-
year-old former storekeeper stole
were worth $12195, while Bolivar
Roman, 28, embezzled 1122.10
worth of -hacksaw, blades.; Yee
stole Scotch masking tape which
had been placed In his charge.
Although both Panamanian

i defendants worked at the Al-f
' brook sales' store, no connection:
was brought out In court be-l
' X 1 i 1 .1

iween ine iwo cases ana uiey
were charged eeperateiy.
- Early last month each bf the

"men was found guilty of petit
; larceny, thefts Involving mer-

. chandlse: worth less than $50
also stolen from the sales store.
They were each sentenced to
spend 30 days in the Balboa Jaii
on these charges, v and were
bound over for trial in the
4 higher court on the embezzle-
ment counts. f,
, In Yee'g case Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe yesterday imposed the
condition that he apply the $158
due hiro as salary and leave pay
from Albrook to pay for the uu uu-recovered
recovered uu-recovered Scotch masking tape.
He as represented by attorney
Wotidrow. de Castro.
Roman on the other hand was
required to apply for his retire retire-ment
ment retire-ment from the U. S. government
which amounts to $11250. and
. apply- this towards the $122.50,'
due the Air Force for the theft
of the hacksaw blades. His law j
yer was David Robles. i

country in long range striking

It Wilson (old
newsmen that nel-
ther, the United States nor Russia
are Building .intercontinental Jet
oombers at "a very high rate,
But he admitted that the Russians
probably are turning out more than
the five B-52's being produced in
this country every month.
Discussing Lemay's testimony,
he called the SAG chief 'ded
icated specialist."
": but he taid that" "If you add
up the deaires,' needs and ambi ambitions
tions ambitions of all specialists you would
.have an impossible total on your
hands. s ,
; Wilson said he would not care
range striking power of the Unit
ed States and Russia in the 1958 1958-60
60 1958-60 base period Lemay used. He
said "much more is involved if
you go out four years
The defense chief also laid de
fense spending for the fiscal year
ending next June 30 probably will
be about $35,100,000,000, about one
billion dollars more than Presi
dent Eisenhower had hoped but a
bout1 750 million dollars less than
the pentagon had estimated.:
Army troops. i
2. The Army's new flying plat
form, about the nearest thing to
a "flying saucer.", "drops like a
rock" if the motor c-uits. For this
reason, said Mai. Gen. H. H.
Howze, Army aviation chief, It is
not likely to become "the business
man's substitute for his Ford."
; 3. The Army still plans to close
the Murphy General Hospital at
Waltham, Mass. and the Army-
Navy Hospital at Hot Springs.
Ark, Congress intervened last year
to bar the scheduled closings dur during
ing during fiscal 1956. Flood told the Ar
my Congress may do the same
again. ';'
Gavin told the' subcommittee
that "With the surface-to-air mis
; siles that wt now have in devel development,
opment, development, the. prospects of man manned
ned manned enemy aircraft surviving are
very limited, indeed." (
Asked whether this would ? ap
ply to the un-manned missiles, be
replied that "this is a- different
thing." His next remarks were
stricken' from the record, but lat
er he saidr;:; ";,.;
"The Nike family will give us
an anti-missile missile. This is a
very difficult problem. A lot of us
here have worked on it I have.
We tespect the challenge it of
fers-. ;".'-.' ...: s'
"We expect to be able to defeat
the ICBM and the IREM' "(inter "(intermediate
mediate "(intermediate range ballistics missile),
but it is going to be a job."
Only last week top Air Force
officials emphasized their belief
that the piloted bomber will be
this nation's chief weanon for lona-

range attack for the next five! Also to be opened May 11 are
jears. :-". --!,; .." (bids for the furnishing and instal instal--
- instal-- They also said It will' play an lation of a dishwasher, a sterilizer
Important role for possibly the next' and panelboad at the Palo Seco
10. Leprosarium. -. ':

Biggest Cargo Ship To

Rodeo Rides of f
In All Directions
Except Panama
It looks as If Rogers' Rodeo
will never nit Panama after all
And people who paid in advance
for seats at the Stadium will
just be out of luck, n
From Jamaica came word to
day that members of the rodeo
ana tnrlll circus left ,. Kingston
last Friday for Florida. A United
Press dispatch said that a team
left Kingston for Panama last
Wednesday, but' their plane de
veloped engine trouble 50 tnUes
out. .
Instead of rolna on to Pana
ma, they decided to. return to
tne united States, the cuspatcn
said. :
....... ':. .- "T;; :''''-;'. .-''',' ': "'.
! They carried Trigger, and
other horses owned by Individ
nal members of the show, but
left behind Big Syd, a bull
which had thrown several in intrepid
trepid intrepid Jamaicans, and other
animals owned by Larry Sun-
brook, manager of the Texas
redeo. .-a '''' f ;
vSunbronlr left for s, Pnraran
last MonriftV m -the shnar in
Kingston ran into financial dif
ficulties, Involving the impound
ing of animals byrcredltorsY
Besides dissatisfied customers
here; tle rodeo left also a string
of bills due advertising compa
nies tor announcements placed
lorcMv rrrcr,rriirg V c rr -t of
Cental;:;. Jobs,
Rep:ir Projects
Scheduled For Zone
The Panama Canal Company Is
now soliciting bids for a number;
of repair and construction projects
scheduled to be. started soon on
both sides of the Isthmus. :
The work Includes construction
of new concrete steps in Parai-
so; construction of a loading plat-,
form on building No. 729 in
Balboa; repairs to the bracing ofL
me water unics a Mount Hope,
and the furnishing and installation
of a dishwasher, sterilizar and
panel-board at Palo Seco Leprosa Leprosa-riura,
riura, Leprosa-riura, '- -
Bids for the construction of new
concrete steps between Espalaba
Street and Sigri Place in Paraiso
and for the construction of a load
ing platform and lean-to roof on
the Commissary Annex in Balboa
will be opened Friday morning at
Balboa Heights.
The work on the two 1,000,000
gallon water tanks at Mount Hope
will include reinforcement and
epairs to the lateral bracing of
both tanks. Bids on this project
will be opened on the morning of
May .n. at Balboa Heighu. .. ...

ORE PKCSCE is a snug fit in Pedro Miguel locks.

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i SCENE" OF BATTLE Cuban Army troops stand' guard nver
'the bodies of some of the rebels killed when they attacked
i an army base at Matanzas In an apparent attempt to Uke
over, the country. Bullet-riddled truck at left led the jebel

, : : convoy into
v;,rS; t
Cuban Congress
OICs Suspension :
Of Civil Rights ;
HAVANA, May 2 (UP) Con Con-sress
sress Con-sress voted overwhelming ap
provri last n'ht of tbt fjovern-
c- it s suspension of civil rights
a ntaani nf m o rf a iMlnflf nrHor
in revois-ridoen uuoa,
The action was approved, 143
to 20, at a six-hour joint session
of the national legislature.
Earlier, It was announced that
a total of 62 army officers and
moncoms have resigned or been
forced into retirement since the
abortive April 4 military coup
datat. . ?,,.,
Molarcyde Cop's f
Suit Dismissed
Alter Four Years
A damage (suit filed by a Canal
Zone policeman against a Balboa
woman four years ago, which
has since been dragging through
Zone courts, was finally dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed today in .US, District Court at
Ancon, !,'.'-.-'" ..'
The motion to dismiss the case,
which was an outgrowth of an au automobile
tomobile automobile versus motorcycle acci accident,
dent, accident, was made by Dr. L, S. Car Car-ring
ring Car-ring ton. representing the defend defendant,
ant, defendant, Mrs. Blanche A. Mclntyce,
an- employe of the Panama Canal
Co.- .; :-., :
The policeman. Jack E. Smith.
claimed -that while be was trying
to overtake a speeding automobile.
during the course1 of his work,
Mrs. Mclntyre's car ran Into him.
throwing him to the sidewalk and
causing injuries , which required
hospitalization.- ;
Mrs, 'Mcln tyre, whose car was
not covered by insurance, claimed
Smith ran into hen .The accident
occurred four years ago on Boose-
veit -Avenue.
Visit Canal
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tne army base.
Longtime PanCanal
Employe Gels Firsts
AlValerway
-After heing employed in the Pa
nam Canal' organirMion of the
Pn IS years, Miss Margaret Neu
ni.ui ihis week will have an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to see the waterway.
It's not that Miss Neumann has
been blind to one of the S e v e n
Wonders of the modern world all
these years she's been employed
in, the Canal's' Washington office
and this is her first visit to the
Canal Zone, i'.'''
She is arriving this afternoon on
tne Panama liver Panama- for
four-day visit and will return on
the same ship.
During her visit she, will not on
ly be given an opportunity to see
the waterway and how it operates,
but she will renew acquaintance
with many Canal employes at
work in the Zone who have had
occasion to visit the Washington
office.
; Miss Neumann,' who Is employed
as secretary ui me Washington of
fice, joined '.the organization in
1941. She is a native of Baltimore,
Maryland.' She is a graduate of
cerorge Washington university
and was employed by her alma
mater before joining the Canal or organization,
ganization, organization, v :; k ,i-'.; 'j ;.C-
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Judge Crowe To Be
Awqy One Month
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe an announced
nounced announced today that he was ad
vancing the June termday until
June 12 for the calling of the cri
minal docket and June 13 for ci civil
vil civil cases. v,
;The U.S. District Court Judge
was advancing the usual term day
two weeks because be will be ab
sent from the Isthmus.- i
Crowe leaves here May 8 to at
tend a judicial conference, and
will return June 4.
The Cristobal term day sched
uled for May 15 will not be called.
Makes

The biggest cargo vessel everd on displacement tonnage,

to transit the Panama Canal in
its 42 years of operation made
a 13-hour trip through the 50 50-mile
mile 50-mile waterway yesterday. It was
the ore carrier Ore prince en
route from San Juan, Peru, to
Baltimore., "Kij j.?:.:
; The ship was loaded with 35, 35,-736
736 35,-736 tons of Iron ore ; and was
drawing about 34 feet of water
through the Canal. The vessel is
735 feet long and has a 98-foot
beam. o "- '-,
. Tolls for th transit amounted
to slightly over $8,000 since It
measured approximately 9,300
tons. Panama Canal net. :
Although the amount of tolls
paid by the big ore carrier was
far less than many other ships
which have transited the Canal,
its displacement tonnage ; ap approaches
proaches approaches that of the largest bat
tleships.- Its displacement ton tonnage,
nage, tonnage, loaded, is 52,000 tons, as
compared with the U.S. battle battleship
ship battleship New Jersey's 56,000 tons,
displacement. Tolls credits on
the New Jersey amuunts to $27,-
000, since war vessels are charg-

Daylong TV(
Test Patterns
Scheduled
Army officials announced to today
day today that TV teat patterns will
be telecast frem I a.m. te p.m.
through Saturday-to allow more
time for adjusting sota before
program telecasting begins Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. -.,y" .;r. '
, The extended time of showing
test patterns will include both
the Atlantic and Pacific sides of
the Isthmus. : -V-':,
TV test patterns have pre previously
viously previously been telecast from I
a.m. te S p.m. daily. Once sched scheduled
uled scheduled programs are b e g u n on
May a, test patterns will be
shown from I a.m. until time for
daily programs to begin.
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Zone Vacafionists -Urged
To Plan For
Panama Canal employes on the
Pacific tide who plan to be away
from the Zone on vaction during
the next few months have been
requested to make advance ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the survey of their
frequency-sensitive electrical ap appliances
pliances appliances prior to their departure.
Such arrangements may be
made by telephoning the Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering division at Balboa Heights, 2 2-1625,.
1625,. 2-1625,. or by written notification.
Surveys are now being made of
domestic appliances in the Pacific
ftr. which must be converted. The
Uurvvs have W" completed in
Los Bios irt 'v 1 Ws and
the f""'ni iii 3 tlie wusd 't
proen. working ,in the Ancon Ancon-Balboa
Balboa Ancon-Balboa .district, rx; ':.;.; :-;!
Since many implbyes will be
way from' their homes on leave
during the next few months it is
important that those whose electrical-
appliances have not been
surveyed and listed prior to their
denarture make the necessary ar
rangements before leaving the
Isthmus. It is preferable for emi
plover to telephone personally and
make 'arrangements for the sur-
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It is necessary that the Pacific
Area surveys be completed before
the end of the coming vacation
season since bids for this work are
to be solicited later this year. De
tails as to the number and type
of frequency-sensitive equipment
to be converted are necessary for
inclusion in the invitations lor
bid.1 j.vv..::u'v''-';:i:':-;"-'v -v.-
Co ron id Tourists
Sightseeing R. P
Several hundred tourists from
the luxury liner Caronia were head
ed, for sightseeing and shopping in
Panama City today, p
The shin,, which is completing a
three-month round-the-world crnise
was scheduled to dock at Balboa
around 3 this, afternoon. ;
Passengers will remain in the
city .overnight and return tomor
row to their ship to resume their
trio to New York.
The Caronia is arriving from
San Francisco where over 200 of
its pissengeri debarked. ''
Flans to entertain the tourists
were being made by Persons Trav Travel
el Travel Bureau.

13-Hour Transit

The size of the Ore Prince, In
both length and beam, is con considerably
siderably considerably exceeded by battle battleships,
ships, battleships, aircraft carriers and large
ocean passenger liners which
have transit the Canal previous-
' ,The big cargo vessel wss pilot piloted
ed piloted through the Canal by Capt
Harry L Bach and Capt. Jens
Nilsen.', Since this was "its first
trip through the Canal It was
completely measured for tolls,
this being done by Admeasurers
J, B. crane and H A. Greene. ;
The Ore Prince was given tug
assistance at the, Locks arid in
the restricted channel with six
different Panama Canal tugs,
San Pablo, Gatun, Taboga, Ar Ar-raijan,
raijan, Ar-raijan, Trinidad, and Alhajuela,
being used at various parts of
the frlpTen toeing locomotives
were used in handling the ore
carrier at the three Locks.
The Ore prince flies the Mon-
rovian flag and Is under charter.
w tne National Bulk Carrier,
Local agents for the ship are the
Panama Agencies.

Cong

ressmen

Death March Cas

Still Wide Open

WASHINGTON, May 2 (UP) Members of Vhe
House Armed Services committee mode it clear today thi
Marine Corps still isn't off the hook on the Parris Island,
S.C.; "death march."
Although they generally praised Gen.. Randolph Mc Mc-wall
wall Mc-wall Pate for frankly laying bare details of the tragedy;
committee members said the matter was still "wide open"
particularly regarding immediate superior, officers concerned-'
;:v 'n f-i- .
r Pate, Marine Corps commandant, told the commit committee
tee committee yesterday that Staff ,Sgt. Matthew C. McKeon" was
drinking before he illegally ordered his platoon on the
march. The 31 -year-old Worcester; Mass., junior drill in instructor
structor instructor led his men into the tidal swamps where six re recruits
cruits recruits drowned in darkness and panic. y :.,
Pate. recommended McKeon be court moHoled,

on tour charges including manslaughter and "oppression"
of recruits, fi a vy Secretary Charles S. Thomas endorsed
the court martini V ,f .

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vuizvi m i-ummmuM)i )i-iir
of Tains Island and tr
several ot'w i-.;, :--(i i -i .,;
swap j; .. Muii ."j a (,t n. liuiMcf
L. LiUenbers, commander of I
Camp Lejeune, N.C,
Litzenberg was scheduled to con-
ter today wan rue.
Re. Paul Cunningham, (R
la.) said he wasn't satisfied with
Pate's explanation about the
part played by McKeen'S sope sope-rier
rier sope-rier officers.
Cunningham said if McKeon
rates a manslaughter charge, then
maybe ''they do, too, at least the
one Immediately over him.
I don't like to see a non-com
get all the blame," he said in an
interview. ('They ra punishing one
man, maybe others need punish
ing, too."
Pale, also announced that he
personally will supervise a re reorganisation
organisation reorganisation ef training methods
at beet camps at Parris Island
and San Diege, Calif. He said
hazing and un-American type ef
punishment wjll be "absolutely
eliminated." -- -The
deaths of the tlx recruits
shocked the nation and aroused
numerous demands for action.
Pate disclosed the findings of a
Marine court of inquiry, which
investigated the tragic event, at a
public hearing of the House Amr Amr-ed
ed Amr-ed Services Committee. ; -He
said the military court rec-
commended that McKeon be tried
onchargesof manslaughter,
"cruelty" to recruits, disobeying
orders, and bringing discredit on
the armed services. ; U
Conviction ro r manslaughter
would carry a maximum penalty
of 10 years in prison and dishon dishonorable
orable dishonorable discharge. The other charg charges
es charges carry lesser penalties.
' Thomas announced mat MCNeon
will be tried by a general court
Lawyer In Slander
Suit Claims Dubois
Should Ba Punished:
The lawyer defending a local
magazine oublisher who has
been sued for slander by Chica Chicago
go Chicago Tribune correspondent Jules
Dubois wound up his case Mon Monday
day Monday by asking the court to pun punish
ish punish Dubois instead.
. Attorney Romulo Escobar, who
is representing Jaime .Padllla
Bells, editor and publisher of the
pocket, magazine n8," argued
that none of the statements
made by Padllla In a magazine
article about Dubois can be con considered
sidered considered slanderous.
.The magazine article charged
that Dubois "defends the inWr-
ests of monopolistic North Amer
ican companies," conduct? a
special campaign against depos deposed
ed deposed Argentine dictator Juan Pe Pe-ron,
ron, Pe-ron, and is amply remunerated
for communiques and .publica .publications.1
tions.1 .publications.1 ) ,. j--t ..-v.-.v.-
Escobar said none bf these
statements can be considered li
belous and requested Oiatt Dubois
be given half of the sentence
which "would have been handed
down, to his client.",,

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iiium, ne saia cnarges as?
ine SCrBPant are linrior nm
are
! i s I i appreveJ
F' s plan to strtnj, .-. i t
vinon ef recruit tr;,,,,
was confident that the meaiurs
to be taken would "prevent the
recourrenee ef a tragic incident
of this kind." ; ,
Defense Secretsry 1 Charles E.
it f5 M news conference
. L?ate.nd Tnomas had arrived
at the best possible solution' to
the Parris Island case.
- The court of inquiry also recom recom-mended
mended recom-mended ."appropriate disciplinary
action" against two other non.
commissioned officers Tech Set.
Elwyn B. Scarborough and "s g t.
Richard J. King. They allegedly
joined McKeon in drinking most
of a bottle of vodka before the
death march, ,
Mrs. Alston P rnntrVillnw 1
Uexandria, Va., mother of one of
j "cruits, attended yester yesterday
day yesterday s hearing. She told reporters
afterward that McKeon "should
get evertyhing the law allows."
She said the Marine Corps knew
there had been drinking st the
base but had done nothing
committee Chairman CsiJZVin.
son. (D-Ga.), praised Pate for his
"rtrtnfflffa tfa-n
Vue H(c.
The group took Vinson's' Tfti,..
to"defer further acUon
matter at this time" and gfve the
corps a change "to place iU own
house in order." r
Chairman Richard B ni!
(D-Ga.) of the Senate A
Services Committee said hrthinks
uie Manne corps is "handlirj' tho
matter in a very diligent and oro.
per manner under the Uniform
Code of Military Justice and Ma Marine
rine Marine regulations. :
Russell, told a reporter he sees
no reason to date- for a Wli.

tive investigation'r-into the inci.'
dent.
As for McKeon thr court of
inquiry found that he "drank an
unknown quantity of vodka dur.
ing the morning, afternnon, and
early evening" ef April
In, the aftdrnoon, he told- the
74 recruits of platoon 71 that he
"was concerned over the lack of
discipline and spirit.. ; and that he .
was going to march it into the
swamp that night."
The court said he told his' men
that "those who couldn't swim
would drown and those who could
would be eaten by sharks."
On entering Ribbon Creek, the
court said, the "formation was
disorganized- and scattered" and
"several recruits entered or were
swept into water over their heads
and a general panic ensued."
- The court, which said McKeon
had ne authority te order' the
night march, reported that the
drill instructor attempted res
cue operations but they were
"ditorginizad and mostly Inef Ineffective."
fective." Ineffective." ; Pate assured the committee
that McKeon would be accorded
a trial in an atmosphere "free
from prejudice" and the Marine
Corps would not make a "goat"
of him.-'r,"'.
He said Burger was being trans
ferred because he took a "narrow
view" of the implications of the
tragedy and felt it was a purely
military matter involving only the
actions of McKeon.
Pate said the incident raised
much broader "moral" questions.

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(iouiment

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STAMP COLLECTOR

First I' bee your pardon, that I am not able to speak and

wite & good English, but it is only a little school English anci
mj last school aays were about 13 years ago. But I am using
tn English language, because I tnink, mat you better can
translate It than German. s

This colnma has been prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel'a stall iol iol-kowing
kowing iol-kowing a bedside conference with
tbe stricken columnist.)
Deep in their mob-owned restau-

rants and hotels, the 20th Century

"robbing hoods" forced into tem temporary
porary temporary retreat by the nationwide
indignation over the attack on
Victor Riesel are chortling over

me news mat tne Mew York City
Anti-Crime Committee is about to

ioia up and go out of business.
Biggest laugh to the racket rul

ers is tbe fact that this citizens'

arucrime sgeccy cisappearing

ior lac ox reaay casn a circum circumstance
stance circumstance in which these bums never

find themselves.

Biggest shot -n the-arm to the

high-uving, free-spending hoods is
the fact, that at the very moment
whea unprecedented public, atten

tion is focused on the shakedown

of businessmen by organized rack

eteers, the apathy and indifference

-or worse of the business and
decent labor elements of the na

tion s largest city is forcing this

anti-crime outfit to shut its doors

This may shock the readme

public. It won't come as any great

dla nf America. And because I am owning no one stamp from

Panama in my collection, I beg you very much to put an ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement in your newspaper. I am in search of a collector,

WnO is liHcresiea ill curi csijuiiuuik "u vawwubmih
thfe whole world with me. But I am thinking, it may be better,
If Jyou translate my advertisement into your language. ?,,-
f I should be very much thankful to you, if you are able to
he)p me. It is the only way for me, which I known. r
! With many thousand thanks for your trouble and hoping
to hear very, soon, from anybody of your certainly: beautiful
country, l am remaining with many kind regards.

i Yours sincerely,
1 ;

I T Vidua an Imnnrtanr rermpsk to make nf VOU. I am a. stamrj

collector and I am most Interested in all stamps from the mid-j surprise to city, state and federal

much of the time in their efforts
to convict mobsters by the unwill unwillingness
ingness unwillingness ofv mulcted merchants to

testify.

These law enforcement officials
can bear. Witness to tha lack of

real concern over crime and rac

kets by business leaders in scores
of industries. And they have seen
many legitimate labor leaders
"look the other way," reluctant to

cooperate with law agencies.

Actually, the New York City
Anti-Crime Committee was des destined
tined destined for collapse sooner or later,

despite some of. the brilliant ex exposures
posures exposures it made of racketeering

on the waterfront, in the garment
and trucking industries and in the

corruption-corroded race-track op operations.
erations. operations.

For the committee never really

had solid support from its' board
of directors, not was it ever fi

nancially able to operate on an
effective basis. At the height! of
its exposure during the period

-when it compiled valuable records

that were thrown open to the im immigration
migration immigration Service, the FBI, the
Treasure Dept.,. the Federal Nar Narcotics
cotics Narcotics Bureau, the New York State
Police, the District Attorney's of

fice, out-of-state police depart departments
ments departments and countless other official

agencies-it had only two crack in investigators
vestigators investigators out in tha field. :,- ",
Many of its' board ot directors
never bothered to attend meetings.

Most had no conception either of

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organized crime.. Others wanted to
dig into particular areas, but were
leery-, of faettins Jtoo deep into

others. Few of theui wcre willing
to-coma into cobflict .with official
agencies on any. issue". .S 4
When the committee's investiga investigators
tors investigators broke the wire-tap scandal and
a conflict developed between them
and Manhattan District Attorney
Frank Hogan over procedure and
disclosure of sources, the directors
broke ranks, refused to back up
their staff members and knuckled

under to a- variety -of pressures.

The downward trend in the Com

mittee's life stems from that
knuckling-under period., :

All of the blame, however, can

not be placed, rt the door of busi

nessmen. Labor was remiss, too.
When the committee was formed

back in 1951, -two labor officials
were placed on the council. One
was James Ouinn. secretary of the

old AFL Central Trades and Labor

Council. The other was Louis Hol Hollander,
lander, Hollander, head of the state CIO.
There were six annual meetings

of the committee. In those six

years neither Quinn nor Hollander

bothered to attend a single session.
They offered no suggestions. They

made no criticisms, ineir names
appeared on printed material; that
was the extent of their participa participa-tioa.
tioa. participa-tioa. ..:..,.,,-,,.-. ....;,..,.....
The need for a citizens anti anti-crime
crime anti-crime committee is greater to today
day today than ever refore, but. it can cannot
not cannot be restricted only to wealthy
businessmen and it cannot exclude

essential segments of community
life. Small businessmen must be
included. Labor must be enlisted.
Community leaders not Identified
either with labor or management
should participate.
Such a committee must have
adequate financing. It needs a
Urea and Qualified investigative

staff, and sufficient office and

flpriral helo.t l

But most Important, the cirme
committee that is the need of the

WASHINGTON (NEA) Vet

erans' organization lobbies aren't
going to like the big report just
filed by President Eisenhower's

Commission on Veterans' Benefits.

headed by Gen. of the Annies

Omar Bradley.

'After a year of study, the Brad

ley Commission makes 40 recom

mendations for changes in exist

ing veterans' legislation. There is

no chance that these recommenda

tions will be acted on by Congress
this year, 'But they will form the

basis for an overhaul by the next

Congress,

The Bradley Commission is not

recommending a general cutting

bring them into line with modern
conditions, of compulsory military
service in peacetime and the

growth, of social security benefits

now available to bom veterans

and non-veterans. -j : ; f

The Bradley report favors an

increase in the benefits for vet

erans with 90 and 100 per cent

disability and for veterans with

low incomes. But it would realis realistically
tically realistically curb the pressure for a
$100-a-month pension at age 65 for
all veterans, including those who

did not face enemy lire. -Behind
the 40 recommendations

is a practical realization that

times have changed since the first.

pension law was passed in 1818.
The Boys of 1776 often got no
pay, or were paid in worthless
"Continental" scrip, They were
entitled to pensions.
They had no GI Bill of Rights.
Neither did the Civil and Spanish
American War vets. But service
conditions have changed greatly
even since the 1944 GI BUT- was
passed.-.'-i ;"" .. V, I

There were 1. J million Civil War to 4.8 billion dollars bv 1965. to

vets. There were 4.6 million World 1 5.9 billion by 1975 to 9.8 billion by

war i vets and is million living 1985 and to 12.8 bulion by the year
veterans of- all U-.S." wars at. tbslzw.-''''-
end of World War IL s j V" '-:
. TJiese are some of the major

Todav there are nearly 22 mil- considerations which influenced

me : uraaiey commissim m us
recommendations that future
servicemen's benefits would have

to be in keeping with benefits nnv

Service-connected benefits, how

ever, are expected to drop from
1.9 billion in 1955 to 12 bilion by
2,000. This is explained bv the

fact that whereas 93 per cent of

ine uvu war soldiers foght in
battle, only about 25 per cent see
actual combat in modern war.
If $100-a-month service pension
beginning for all veterans at age
65 were piled on top of the pres

ent benefits, the cost would rise

lion ex-service men and women,

Assuming no more major wars,
but a continuation of the cold war.
it is estimated there vil box I
million vets by 1965, 30 million by
1975 and 33 million by 1995.
The, 1955 Veterans' Administra

tion budget was 4.4 billion dollars.

Of this sum, 800 million went for
non-service connected pensions to
vets over 65 with more than 10

per cent disability.

paid, under existing social security
law." ; '
As of today, eight out of 10 vet veterans
erans veterans ire in the Social Security
System. By 1965 it win be nine

out of 10. It is these ninth and
tenth men who do opt have social

Bv tha vear 2.000 it is estimated: security coverage and the men

that the VA budget will be 5.8, with service-connected disabilities
billion dollars, of which 3.6 billion! for whom the Bradley Commission

will be- for non-service connected recommends some extra con

pensions. ... sideratlon.

Walter Wihchell In MewYom

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The Ameri-!at Thnmaviii. .-kAm t

ported the incident
I was not at Thomasville. How However,
ever, However, curious as to why it wasn't

WASHINGTON

can Society of Newnm.r Erfitnr.

which met in Washington last
week would have beea interted in

u c luwiug, oc umgressman John reported. I called ,m n.iiv

moss we oingent California Dem. if the incident had oecured ia
ocrat who, more than any other front of the press or waMmS
Sita DrP1ChMK bcen 8 1 thing which TuTy had hrdS
mto press censorship. J . privtte conversation. It had
M.. t, . . I occurred in front of the press.

. vv..aau .UCUU.I
Amencaa newsmen overseas. are
having trouble getting news from
American diplomats and generals.
He found that most corresoondentc

feared reprisals if they criticized
the officials onwhom they depend

ior stones. ; ?
"I bmd" sava'Moss. "that It's

hard to et newspaper people to
put their experiences in writing."
Back in Washington Moss has

and orally, but they didn't want

reported H' and others hadn't, he
said he considered it Important
and newsworthy. He didn't want to
venture an opinion as to whv nth-

ers hadnt The answer probab'-a '.
goes to the point made 'by Con Con-gressmah
gressmah Con-gressmah Moss that newsmen-who
have, to get news out of-ccrtam
officials, in this case .Jinn' Hager-
ty, don't like to get in wrong with
those officials,

However, the Seripps-koward

to testify or stick their necks out

in any way that might bring
retaliation from government offi

cials or close up their news

sources.'-- -: v ;.

Note Moss has tried to keen

politics out of his censorship -in

vestigation. He says Republicans

aren t to blame for the growing
suppression of news about the gov

ernment Nor are the Democrats.

SELF .NEWS SUPPRESSION
: ; t
Several recent news' incidents

have occurred to support Congress

man Moss that in his belief some

newsmen are not inclined to buck

censorship,' '- -On
March 20. for instance. Mer-

riman Smith, dean of the White

House- correspondents, Vrote 1 a
short Item for' release by the Unit United
ed United Press on March 22 that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower was overheard to
remark, apropos of a second term:

I had to say yes because they

told me they didn't have time to
build up another candidate."

Between the time this story was

written and the date of release,

newspapers, is a .stanch Republi

can wno at times nas been a doss
friend of Republican cabinet mem members
bers members and Presidents; He certainly
exercised no censorship.

: MEDICINE AND TAXES
:r r .f ?" i
It's hard to believe, but Internal 1
Revenue' has granted tax excmp- -tioa
to a clinic that the Food and
Drug brought legal action .forcing"
the Electronic Medical Foundation
to stop selling an electrical, con
traption in interstate commerce
which was supposed to cure a host
of ailments, but which Food and i
Drug said .was medically worth-
less. At the same time this agency
stopped the clinic from selling the
gadget, .Internal Revenue made. :
the same clinic .tax-exempt. .. .One
satisfied user of this electrics! :il
cure-all is Mrs. Ezra Benson,: wife -:
of the secretary of agriculture, j
Mrs. Benson liked it so well, that f
she persuaded her husband to use (
his influence with the Food and
Drug administration. Good-natured

Secretary Benson dutifully wrote
a letter to Food and Drug, prais praising
ing praising the gadget. In the end," the

f VT t n,f M wlied on the -advice of
White House and the UP office in .nmmrr

1 1 . t J ri- ..h vev
Mummy 01 Princess
DeacI 3,776 Years
Destroyed By Vaier

Washington. Jim Hagerty, the able,
all-seeina- White House press sec

retary, was alerted. Suddenly
Lyle Wilson, UP vice president in
charge of the Washington bureau,
ordered the story killed. -
The story ran in early editions
of the Washington News,, a Scripps Scripps-Howard
Howard Scripps-Howard newspaper whose execu executives
tives executives own or control the United
Press, which indicates that editors
and publishers are not always the
guilty ones when it comes to vol

untary censorsnip,

FAYYOUM, Egypt, May 2 -(UP)
Archaeologists today open opened
ed opened the water-filled sarconhaeus of

Wilson, explaining the kill, said j Princess Neferu Ptah, daughter of

hA hail ordered it-because 11 was

overheard s the President passed i

down a' White House corridor,

MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY

Dear Mr. W: Adlaf Stevenson's

new heart (Nancy Davis of Wash

ington) is a divorcee. Four daugh

ters. A former Long Island gin.

I hear they will wed in the near
future. Which confirms our recent
tip. Mrs. Davis was the eyeful
that turned all beads at San Fran

cisco during the Security Confer

ence. .Dana Wynter's crowd won

der if you can check the rumor

that she became Mrs. Greg Baut-

zer at Acapuico last wees. 1

doubt it. The 20th Century-Fox stu

dio would certainly use it if true.

With her new picture, 'The 6th of
June," set for release soon. .The

Phyllis McGuire Mexican di

They say Judith Anderson wilt do another for "at least a year to
soon become a bride. He is lan' regain my perspective.',', luat s a
Bernard, the arranger for Vic Da- switch. They usually say that
mono and Dick Haymes. Waiting about TV ...Ben Hect'a eulogy at
W his final decree, i ,The Para- Charles MacArthur's services was
mount appears to be a jinx for read from his book because Mac Mac-teevna
teevna Mac-teevna favorites. Gobel'i "Birds Arthur once asked him to do so

and Bees" Bisappointed many,. .The Wm. Morris Agency just

reviewers. Gleason and Llberace called. How do you lcei about taa taa-suffered
suffered taa-suffered the same fate at that the- ing on the hour vacated by Arthur

ater. .The Mike Todd, Jrs. Image Uodtrey?

is any day. . Linda Christian flew

oaca; io jneAicu. xicr iiiuuici un

dergoes major surgery. J!sa-

Big beat Hope at the "curtain

raiser for the Desert Inn's Runyon

Zsa says ber next marriage will; Fund Tournament of Champions

be haoDV because r "I've finally

learned the trick of liking the man
I love." .r. r r:i::;, -A

Garbo's shadow (now that

vorce hasn't been used because, George Schlee is abroad) is Eric

N. Y. eity desks don't know where

to confirm. She's with Godfrey at
the Kenilworth, Miami Beach.
Gypsy Rose Lee, furious with a
producer, almost strangeid him.
But tho two "Strip For Action"

chorines slugging it out (in front

of the Astor crug store) was a

l Mill IIIIILCC to WlVi .

day must be totally independent ""ii-...

both of contributors ana oi law

enforcement agencies. It must co cooperate
operate cooperate with and assist official
bureaus but not be answerable to

them. And it must not be diverted

from areas of investigation by

heavy contributors.
Basically it must be an agency

to educate the public to the real
nature of organized crime in all

of its ramifications, be it In busi business,
ness, business, or labor, or politics o even
in some official agency.
Can such a citizens committee
emerge from the community at
this stage? The hoods think not.
That's, why they're sitting back
and laughing.

' Marlon's in Japan filming "Tea "Teahouse."
house." "Teahouse." His current favorite there

is Charlene Castle, a busty .U.S.

fan dancer. ; ."Mj Fair Lady"

producer H. Levin and Dawn Mc Mc-Inerney
Inerney Mc-Inerney (ex-Latin Quarter, charm

er) finally did it in Fla. last week

. .The D. Sheiieys (Martha Stew Stewart)'
art)' Stewart)' are practicing lullabies.
Frank Military (mgr. for Eileen
Barton) and Lorna Bolton (Latin

Q.) are taking separate cabs. .
Mrs. Jack Cassldy (he's in "Shangri-La")
filed in Vegas. Clearing

Ine Fund will get about o,ouo

. .'.variety cans "Waiting or
Godot" a whatzit, too. .tar. At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson said Gooot is God. Mr.
Chapman said Godot is Death. Mr.
,1, .... : j i i- i.

niiu saw uuuut is a xnxaiu.
Hi Phillips kidded it best: "You

wait lor liim. I'm going out to a
good enigma!" . .1 thine I figured
it out It s the explanation of "Skin
Of Our Teeth" J .People around

the Hotel Plaza are biaming the

Rothschild. .Mrs. Wm. Woodward,

Jr., has given all ot her late bus bus-band's
band's bus-band's trophies and- horse paint paintings
ings paintings to the Baltimore Museum. A

Champ jockey Eddie Arcaro, oft
reoorted as getting rich via oil

wells, says most of them are dry. Hoods (caused by tne water-main
holes. .Quite a picture at Car-break) on "Eloise." In Kay Thomp Thomp-negie
negie Thomp-negie Hall when the N.Y. ..Phil- son s book Eloise lives tnere and
harmonic played. The capitalists says how mucn fun it would be
(mainly "be jeweled society worn-' to pour water down the mail chute,
en) almost fell out of their logesl '
applauding Communist Rastropo-j The Oakland paper (owned by
vich. He'a the Moscow cellist. .'Sen. linowland's cian) waster-oas-

Kathleen Winsor's 5th husband keted Lew Grant's editorial page
(Paul Porter) a Money-Splen- cartoon on the Alabama situation,
dored Thing. Gives his ek-wif 8500 It showed two Crackers discussing
weekly on top of a hefty cash set- matters there. The caption,
tlemint I "Would you want your daugnter
..':" to marry a Supreme Court us-
Perez Prado and his brother are.tice?" ...kik-i lrury, wno uid

doing the Cam a Abel bit Perez those exceu jut bleason Conio
is suing Pantaeione for 8500,000. piecea for Colliar's, Is a goil. Her
For billing himself "King of the curre.it thesi is oa Phu silvers

Mamoo" .mis is now snow otz -i" papers gave a Dig way

and "it was impossible to deter determine
mine determine to whonu-the President, was
talking." ' V .t
Merriman Smith reiterated that
the story was accurate. In report reporting
ing reporting It,, of course, he was fully
aware of current Washington re reports
ports reports that the "President really
does not want to run again and

might step down from office later.

GOLF CENSORSHIP
Another instance of self-cen

sorship by newsmen occurred
when Eisenhower was at Thomas

ville,' Ga., just before he an

nounced ior a second wrm.
Andrew Tully, covering the Pres President's
ident's President's vacation for the Scripps Scripps-Hnward
Hnward Scripps-Hnward newsnaners. reoorted in

some detail how Ike had lost his

latnnsr nn th vnlf eourse. showed

extreme Irritation at his caddy, tcophagus.

a lzth Dynastry rnarean, wno liv-

led 3,776 years ago.
la Anlv firm frttffm,nfa m 1 if n A

with shining gold and? jewcld or ornaments
naments ornaments Jcmainod, in the lniee
granite box with its 20-ton lid.
Seeping waters in the mud-brick
burial pyramid which was discov discovered
ered discovered accidentally by road workers
earlier this month had destroyed
the mummy.
The green stagnent water filled
the sarcophagus to the brim and
apparently had formed a pool in
the stone 'coffin for thousands of
years. '..:.,--,'
Precious stone inlaid with
streaks of gold lay scattered with
the bone fragments and the gold golden
en golden ornaments. Sheets of gold
which once had Covered the mum mummified
mified mummified body were on the -bottom
of the sarcophagus. A half-broken
alabaster vase and smaller ala alabaster
baster alabaster vessels used for funerary
cosmetics were alongside the ear-

and thrown a golf club with con

siderable vigor against the side of
his golfmobile.
The incident was- revealing re regarding
garding regarding the health of anyone suf suffering
fering suffering from a heart condition or
high blood pressure, since loss of
temper and excitement is some-;
thing which doctors warn a patient
to try to avoid. It was something
the public was entitled to know re regarding
garding regarding a man who might run
for President again. However, no

other newspaperman, of the many away.

Last week, a search of t h e

burial room antechamber reveal revealed
ed revealed three large silver vases' with
fitted silver tops which were esti estimated
mated estimated to be worth $1,400,000 each.
The antechamber also contained
a handsome black granite offer offering
ing offering table engraved with the in inscriptions
scriptions inscriptions giving the titles of the
princess and het name.
Her father, Pharoah Amenemhat
IH was entombed in the Ha ra raws
ws raws Pyramid less than two. miles

Show Business

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Hope
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Singer,

Crosby
12 Poem
lS.Notion
14 Spoken

IS Actor,

1 Newly
- married men
4 Lawful
8 Revise
6 Sea nymph
7 Membranous
. bag
8 Like clay
9 Persia
10 Man's.

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the way for his wedding with1 costs skyrocketed. The "Most Hap-, to Janet blair getting Nanena 'a-

Shirley Jones.

Christine Jorgensen and the Cafe

Society owners are. swapping

glares. She is furious over the

'extreme bad taste" in tne ads

which read: "Mister (pardon us)

Miss Jorgensen" . .Grace Kelly's

new picture 'The Swan," is now

reoorted dome, setter in. various

cities. ; Not all critics thought it

was big-time. .Recording execs
report there are 17 platters deal dealing
ing dealing with the Monaco merger all
flops. .The papers confirmed that
Artie ShaWs 7th wife (Doris Dowl Dowl-ing)
ing) Dowl-ing) got ber freedom in Vegas,
which we tipped over a month
ago. .Big backstage row at "Mr
Wonderful." One of the distaff
leads (mad at everyone in the
cast) ripped the clothes off anoth another
er another woman.

py Fella" orchestrations will cost bray s job with bid Caesar. Every

producer F. Loesser 835,000. v .'booy sept saying uiseile McKen

Elvis Presley has stolen the thun

der from Johnnie Ray a Cc. The
hottest thing to hit the teen-urge

set His "Heartbreak Hotel." is

zie wouid get it We ran the Blair

thing two, weeks ago.
Adela Rogers SL Johns has a

No. 1 in the 48 States. Over a mil-. delightful piece about F. Sinatra
lion platters. .Six years ago Dana in tne new Cosmoplitan. She re-

nmici TV a 3 mm 11 u ill m ill mill .v.jb. .vnwu

role in "Knights of the Round Ta- tor the spliluatkm with Ava Is that

ble" sUrring Robert Taylor. She she tried to be the boss. "Nobody,"
co-stars wiht him in "6th of June.'! a friend is quoted, J'ean boss Sina-

Authored by Lionel Shapiro, ex I tra. Nobody!" . J)id you sea

inai pnony story aooui actor HUgn
O'Brian getting hit by a ricochet ricocheting
ing ricocheting bullet r-n t movie ttli Editors
feel bard for that one. Real bullets
are never used in films. .That girl
walking a gold painted poodle in
tne pM-k a Jc-n Martin a TV...

frightened them. .George Gobeli Terrific success story in Sheldon
reportedly is so distressed over! Reynolds. He's 24. His big click on
his first film friends say he won't (Continued on raga li
; "-'J :-.':y.-- : ''

Winchell contribber.

Lucille Ball has been approached
by Dorothy and Herbert Fields
about doing their new musical,
"The Works' . .Beatrice Lillie
wanted to do it but her demands

18 Grf .VnH 11 Merriment
i.S!Lfoun1 17 Toxic
20HnTMn Edition.
21 Period HEtblcal

i 27 Distance mark 43 Half (prefix)
. 28 Century plant 44 Leave out 1

29 Impudent

31 Read 1
' 33 Burlesques
,38 Layers ;

w cians -!

24 Head covering i.'Vt
26 Husband of 28 E,Ie,nest

Eve

25 Assyrian god 41 F-ctton .

42 Pace

46 Elevator

Inventor i
47 City in t
Oklahoma
48 Rots flax bjr
, exposure
50Stealv t-

27 Chart
30 Releasel
32 Figure of
speech

34 Mala servant

35 Clothes make
36 Comparative
suffixes
87 Ascend
39 Encounter
40 Animal fat
41 Footlike part
42 Footwear i
45 Revel
49 Moderate
81 Individual
82 Give forth
83 Of tho ear
84 Insect ta
65 Holes
66 Foundation
87 Editors (ab.)
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WEDNESDAY, MAY. I, 19:$

TSS FA5AMA AMIRICAX AN IXSETEXBEJfT DAILY NZWSPAFt
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f Dp 2 P mi Varns Christian Workers Against 'Mirages' Of Communism

VATICAX CITY, May 2 (TP) bronze statue .of "Christ ;thr Two hundred thousand other,"

Pop Pius xn warnea cnristiantworKer" as a gut to ine pope.. persona gamcicu iu f-.' T.,.
workers lit a May Day message! The bright red hellcop t e r, Duome Square to listen to the I.lCiluZinc I YCCOn

ceitful mirages' of communism. fat more tran 100,000 persons; on television sets placed on Tans V j kA.,,ai -He
urged them' to join a. batUe watched and : cheered in the scattered about the square. iUaiUnSl vUillCds
to brine peace: and order to a square. Just before the Pope spoke, air
terrified mankind. L The five-foot -tatue was a gift estimated 40,000 Communist af-, 1 J I- l!ftW Vfirff
j from the Cat:'"'! workers of thejfiliated workers attended a May. is IU III ItCir I UI l

IDc POpGS opc-Cu iJllii'SXitnj worm, lb was i.v uuca cvcuuiany iavj uv""16 1 vpur vnT)ir rrp
, ..iKMflrt Oafh- frw. Dnm.'t n oVmrfh nf PViHct tnarhv PiftTTft del PODUlO. o1 T

olic feast dav of St Joseph the! the Laborer. : "You must marcn on with se-

Workman which saw Catholic'
workers' rallies outdraw Comma- The Pope delivered his warn-

nift May Day celebrations by an tag against Commnnisra in a ra-

. es'mat?d 12 to one

The day's festivities were cli climaxed
maxed climaxed Lbs nteht when a hel'-

copter made the i tint aircraft

dio message broadcast from St

Peter's Basilica. Some M.000 per-1
sons crowded the "basilica to hear

the Pontiff directly while anoth-

cure conscience toward the Wshlwl" M 'Jl
fnr vmi" Jan Cox of Miami Beach, Fla.,

lardtag in ancient St Peter's! er 18,000 heard it on loudspsak

Br t, carrying a 178-pound' ers in St Peter's Square outside.' false mirages.'1

vTT Z .rn hlr V,f thV wer married yesterday by a mu-

WorKers. jiietict Samuel C. Coleman per-i
, -March on wiUi particular ij.UtuAS
-ncy m retard to your brothers Vin De Mtele was tte bride.,
who are victims of error and I .ttendant John Parkinson of

f

1

New York was best man.

A wedding luncheon was add
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Van

De Maele. after which the newly-

weds, left for a weddling trip to

Europe. The trip will include a
visit to the Soviet Union.

Cnwle is nublisher of Look

magazine. He also is president of

Ine V9S Moines negiaicr a u
Tribune and chairman of the
board of the Cowlea Broadcasting

Co,

He was divorced last year from

Fleur r en ton Cowles, now Mrs.

The" bride was divorced last

month irom James M. Cox Jr.,
nublkher of the Miami (Fla.)

News and son of a former Ohio

governor. She is the daughter of
Mrs. Virginia Hochstraser of Los

Angeles.

Upon their return from Europe,
the couple will live in New York
and" "at the -bride's Indian Creek
Island home in Miami Beach.;:

"SYLVANIA"
RADIO TUBES-

SEVEN-CIVILIAN EMPLOYES of the Quartermaster Section, U.S. Army Caribbean, were re recently
cently recently awarded checks and certificates, by CoL W. R. Seymore (right) USARCAEIB Quarter Quarter-v
v Quarter-v master, for the adopted suggestions and Work Simplification studies." Honored from left tor
right, back row: John HugheSi Anthony Shatrosky and William Eldredge; front row: Cecilia
. van Kirk, Archibald Turner, Le Grand Thurg ood and Elizabeth Price. (U.S. Army photo)

? ON THE DOUBLE
f MERIDEN. Conn. (UP) -'John
Grillo found two men in his

FIRE HAZARD
DETROIT (UP) Fire Capt.
Russell J. Battels made one mis

darkened dress shop and suffered; take in bis haste to answer a cau.

cuts on his forehead. The intruders He forgot to close the door on the

I didn't touch him. He was hurt be be-s
s be-s j cause he retreated so fast through
J a plate glass door that he
'neglected to open it 1

cab of the fire truck. Battels was
pitched out of the cab, suffering
cuts and bruises, when the truck
sped out of the station.

x-

POPPY GIRL Ft. Amador! memorial Poppy Girl smiles at
she holds a poppy in her hand in aid of the annual poppy
drive of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign
Wars which started Friday and will continue, through next
month. Memorial poppy contributions are nsed to help finance
child welfare work.

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!! (seated) adviser to Pan American World Airways on Jetcper-
ii tUons and former deputy Inspector general of the U. 8. Att
Force, discusses planning for the Jet age with Ben Hinton,
J! PAA's Latin American Division -schedule superintendent.
.
f; Jet Expert Inspects
ItPAA's AdvancePlanning V

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t International jet airliners ilresoy jet operations begin.
' are drawn up although the planes Bertrandlas had an important
Ii are still on manufacturers' draw-'part in the Air Force's transition
. hfliH I from orooeller-driven to jet planes

r 'V I This experience, he sala, will aid

V, Equipment for ground handing of In his work with the worldwide op-

planes, passengers ana cargoes is ruuu ui jew py ru nuramu.

being planned Cost factors are Be

ing anaiyzea. iramc coniroi syst

ems are being studied, and air

are udder discussion which

'I

tones

would permit clearance over areas

instead of individually for each

nation.

'"Air travelers will he more en-

thusiastie about jets, than they are

about today's aircraft because flight!

noises wiu be less and flight time
shorter," he predicted. "They'll be
more comfortable in jets .on long
journeys.

All this advance planning was; Noise will not be an important

highlighted at Miami during an in- problem. Developments are goin-j
t spection by Haj. Gen. Victor E. on in noise suppression, and with
'. Bertrandlas; former deputy inspec- the jet's speed it will be gone in a

. tor eeneral of the U.S. Air Force, moment. Certainly it will be no

;' who now' is adviser on jet opera-l worse than a railroad train going

!J tioni i or Pan-American World Air- through a town. There is no point

ways. v I m building up the noise problem
, 'into a mental hazard."
-J Gen!' Bertrandias flew to Miami I Among those" Bertrandias talked
frnm San Francisco and then on with at Miami was Bene Hinton,

! to New York after a Wind of con-, Latin American Division schedule
ferences and insoections at PAA's superintendent, who already has

" I.itin American Division headauart-'drawa' uo ODeritin scedi' t

' ers. Jlfr called the jet age plan- the 600-mile-anh-our jet aircraft

' ning ."good." . '' ' (that will begin to whiste across the
' I) :' "i Caribbean in 1959. -,
'"Thrfl no Insurmountable

J preblems," said the adviser. "Com-' Pan American became' the first
mefcial aviation will make an ea- U.S. flag international airline to
' sy transition into the jet age be- purchase je, placing an order in
caufe- of preparations now behs. October, 1955, for 20 Boeing 707's

" made. There will, of course, be and 25 Douglas DC-8 s, at a total
' new problems, but they a-e being cost of $269,000,000. Delivery will
' studied and solved now while there begin in December, 1958.
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WEDNESDAY, MAT 2, 1955

TEX rjuNAMA AMERICA A J INDEPENDENT DAItl NEWSPAPER

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DURING a recent Ordnance suggestion award ceremony, these three civilian employes re

ceive awards from CoL Elmer GruDbs, ordnance omcer, corozai, ior meir ouisianami? sug
gestins. From left to right are: Douglas Schnepple.'who received $10; Alphonso Carrasco,
$10ind George Brown, who was awarded $65 tor his suggestion. ..(U.S. Army photo).

Offering

Renovate

Price Support

who conferred with Halleck, said

the provision is satisfactory to ma many
ny many key Midwest, Republicans. He
said "nobody so far has asked"
him to lower the proposed feed

grauv support price. r-.yX

' The corn price provision, as o-

riginally written, would have in

creased corn planting allotments,

but farmers would have to comply

with them to receive the regular

Avoid indigestion

colicky crying
spit-ups

' WASIINGTON,. May"2 (UP) -Bouse
Democratic and Republican
farm lladers overhauled" the new
farm fill today to permit the ad ad-ministition
ministition ad-ministition to go ahead with its
progran of price supports for
farmers who overplant corn allot allot--
- allot-- aients.t v; '"'' -Tbevk
announced ; the comprom

ise on pe corn issue, at a hearing
of the House. Rules Committee -on
the net farm bill. Chief feature of

the net bill is President Eisen

Unwer'i S1.200.0UO.UUO SOU DanK.-

Tha committee, "which controls

the f lot of legislation to the House
floor, ipproved the measure for
debate Starting late today. A final

showdovn vote was expected to-
morrow ? '-
- The Vily big ittue still remain-
liui yum hm Pratidnt'l TMIMlt

fr-lylhority to make 500 mil million),
lion), million), Jotters in advance p y y-tnentj
tnentj y-tnentj this year to farmers who
agree t take land out of sur surplus
plus surplus production under, the" toil
The Democratic-steered House
Aericilture Committee rejected

tlie rimest on, ,,straight party-

line V 01 IS W lo. nui nepuu nepuu-licansjsaid
licansjsaid nepuu-licansjsaid thefwill V""ew the
fight hi' the'floor, vi'
Denticrats denounced Ihis GOP
wovisbn as a "political gimmick"

to wis farm votes, next Novem November.
ber. November. OOP leaders conceded the
Housejprobably would reject the
: provisim. - ' ?
Replcharles A. Halleck (R-Ihd.)
said tiay after a White House
conferticp, bowevef; that Presi President
dent President Bseflhower .will not veto the
bill if Ihe, House .does not author

ize Ihd. prepayment pian. v -v nourishment But when you add Robinson's
It vks not Immediately clear ,v f i,

wheth r the Republicans wouM
make jny attempt to change an another
other another administration opposed
- provis in- railing price supports
- on ealj, b.rlty, grain sorghum
and ry i by U per cent. Farmers
would have to put 15 per cent
f the land in the soil bank to
aualift far tho hiahor supports.

HalleTk 4blfc reporters he hoped i
4n Ba4 J- linmnmmKAvwtth th i

V emocais on uui provision.
But Bep. 'W. R.Poage (D-Tex.),

$1.50 a bushel support price. It
also would have required them to

join tne sou name. s

.. Republicans complained that
this provision would : prevent
the administration from carry carrying
ing carrying out Its plan to give a lower
support price of $1.25 a bushel to
farmers who overplant their al allotments.
lotments. allotments.

Under the compromise, the bill
would require compliance with the
allotment and soil bank require requirements
ments requirements before, a farmer would be
eligible for the "full" $1.50 sup

port price. v -v

As revised.- the provision would

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VUValsd Twins

In DillaSg Texas
' DALlIs, Tex., May 2' (UP)
A coupl who wanted twm boys
were the; parents of girl quadrup quadruplets
lets quadruplets yestferday.
The' Wbies, born within a 21 21-minute
minute 21-minute span m the midnight hour,
were sari' to be perfect and doing
well." Thfr 'mother, Mrs. George A.
Hunter, iS, was in good condition,
a hospital spokesman said.
; When toM the news, Mrs. Hunt Hunter's
er's Hunter's first reaction was, "Oh no:
I want two boys."'..
, The first born weighed three
'pounds, 1 'the' second two- pounds
11-12 ounces and the third three
pounds' three ounces. The fourth
was not weighed but was smaller
than the others.
r All were placed in incubators.
, Hunter; .who, works .... at ...the
Chance bought aircraft plant said
he and his wife had not consider considered
ed considered names- for the quads yet.
"We were kind of looking' for
some boys," he said, but admitted

that, they had no toys names in

mind either.,
"Wenvere told It would be three
babies," Hun t e r said. "We
weren'-t looking for Your. I'm pret pret-tv
tv pret-tv orcited. Think 111 take the day
off.V
tie Hunters have one other
child, a girl less than 18 months
old. .'

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ANAMAWWNG SCHOOL
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Dies; Funeral
Tomorrow At 3 PM
Thomas Edward Morrison, a
retired employe of the Panama
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i TRANSPORTS? BAXTER. S-A.
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day after a long lUness.
A native ot Antigua, B. W. I I-he
he I-he was 77 years old.
i Funeral services via m nem
""borrow ftnooat 3 P.m.
the Santo Tomas Chapel. Burial
will take place to tne. pueblo
Kucvo Ceraentery. f
21 Penn RR Cars
Of 135 Derailed

' LANCASTER, Pa.. May 2 (UP)
i-Twenty-one' cars of a 135 car
Uii An inm Fpnri-

ylvania Railroad's Columbia-Port,
Deposit oranco w "i"e5
here today. No one was tajurd.
Seven of the cars toppled into
the Susquehanna River and tne
other derailed cars piled up along
the tracks. Rsilroad officials said
the- cause of the derailment was
not determined immediately.
The train, drawn by two elec elec-'
' elec-' trie locomotives, was en jr o u t e
from Eno!a, near Harnsburg, to
Chester, Pa.
Sale??
what a Whing Ding
Bargains??
yours for the picking
Credit??
yours lor the asking
Corner "1L" and Darlen St
lots ol
Fret Parkin Spaea
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
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I Bid Ask

Abattoir Naclonal M
Banco Fldudario ...... 411
Blokml(on i 10
Ceaento Panama JO
Corveceria National .... W
Chirican do Leche ....
Clayeo 41
Coca Cola S34
Cuenta Coraerclalea x
Pref.4wtui Com
OeaUladora Naclonal ... 014
financiers Istmena
' Pref. with Com "40
Finanxas, S. A.
, pret With Com. ,.v .. .. 120
.Fuena J Lus Pref. .. 4 J4
Fuena y tui Com. ... 30
Hotelea Interarqericanos. 0 34
Coneral d Seguro .... 54
Fanamefia do AcaJtaa ... Ml
Panamena da Fitoa ...
Panamefti de Seguro 21
FanameiU f Tabaco .. 10 II l'i
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FOR: RENT

Apartment
ATTENTION G. M Just built
modern furaithod aportments, I,
2 bedroom. ht, cold w I t.
Phone Pooaau 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 1 bathroom, eft., hi
Bella Vista. Phon 3-6097, 2 2-2504.
2504. 2-2504. FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bed-reomt,
reomt, bed-reomt, dining room, lifting room,
maid' room with bath, larf
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa wa-tar,
tar, wa-tar, apartment all crnd, 25
tquart mtrt imid apartment
for laundry, drying and ironing,
large closets, garag. House No.
5, Eusobi A. Morale Ave. in
El Cangrejo, corner, house. Phono
Panama 3-0579
FOR RENT. 2 vary large room
(apartment) in new building,
very cool, hot wafer, maid'
bathroom, $60. Riqui Building,
lot Francisco de la Otsa Ave.
and S Street, in front Firestone
Agency. Phone 2-3436
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: I bedroom, living-dining
room, modern convenience!. Tel- 1
cphono Clayton 6110 office
hour,.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment furnished, ground floor,
parking space, inspected. Cool
and independent. $75. Joso do
Fabrega Ave. No. 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Apartment, $65.
96 Via Poirai. Phon 3-21 3B.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment including refrigerator, all
screened, tiled. Good surround surrounding.
ing. surrounding. House 112, Via Belisario
Porra. near Roe lev It Theater.
FOR RENT. Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment $45. Regular transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, North American neighbors.
Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65. Military inspected.
Via Porra 99. Phone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms ( screent d )
45th Street No. 4-200, Bella
VJa."-i?W '1 i-;s.."i
FOR RENT. Smalt furnished a a-partmont,
partmont, a-partmont, Independent, largo
bedroom, sitting room and porch,
proper for two gentlemen. No
kitchen House 27, 43rd Street.
Phone 3-4976.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished a a-partmont,
partmont, a-partmont, Independent: 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, parlor-dining room, all
services; window and door wir wired
ed wired against mosquito; hot water
and refrigerator. Houi 27, 43rd
Street. Phon 3-4976.
FOR RENT: Spacious one-bedroom
apartment with large living-dining
room. Bolivar Build Building,
ing, Building, Federic Boyd Avenue and
52nd Street. Phono Panama 2 2-J66I
J66I 2-J66I from I a.m. to 12 noon,
and 2 to 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Extremely cool,
completely burnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apaitment at El Cangrejo.
All conveniences. For informa information
tion information phone 3-6796 Panama City.
FOR RENT. Lark, cool two
bedroom apartment in Bella Vis Vista.
ta. Vista. Call 12-1455 from 1.30 a.
m. to 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m. to 4
P..
FOR RENT: Campo Alagr
furnished apartment. 3 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, 2 bathroom, fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Call 3-17S9.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom a
partment, dining-living room,
$85,000, across Panama Hotel.
Apply Via Espana No. 106, Apt.
5.
FOR RENJ : One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment -for 3 month.
Available June 1st. to August
31st. Tlphn 3-4868.
FOR RENT: Modern Studio I
bedroom apirtmont. Hot water,
stove, refrigtrater, air condition
,-ed. Excellent location Campo A A-logra.
logra. A-logra. Tel. after 6 p.m. Pan. 3 3-4242.
4242. 3-4242. FOR RENT: Modern two bed-.,
room apartment in Bella Vista,
51st. St. No. 42. Call Zubieta.
Tel. 3-3337.
FOR RENT Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, two bathrooms, living-'
diifing room, maid's room with;
bathroom, garage and hat water.
Phone, business hours, 2-0321
Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Ready to be oc occupied,
cupied, occupied, very easy to furnbh,
modern one bedroom apartment.
Ideal for a couple or a bachelor.
Hot water, very cool near the
El Panama Hotel. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment la Bella Vista,
51st. St. Ne. 42. Call Zubieta.
Tel. 3-3337.
Requiem Mass
A requkm masg for the re repose
pose repose of the soul of the lata
Theodore Greenldtre will be
said in the Vila del Carmen
Church on Melendes Ave Co Co-Ion,
Ion, Co-Ion, tomorrow morning t 7
o'clock.

i-OR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: '51 Pontiac Chief Chieftain
tain Chieftain Deluxe 4-deor Sedan. Hy Hy-dramatic,
dramatic, Hy-dramatic, radio, deluxe accesso accessory
ry accessory group. Good condition $700.
83-4195.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4-door
sedan, 19,000 miles. Cash only
$1)90. One owner. Phone Bal-
boa 1598 mornings.
FOR SALE.- Leaving Isthmus,
1951 Oldsmobile Super 88 De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe Club Coupe with radio,
heater and other extras. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Price $800 cash.'
Phono Balboa 1743. v
FOR SALE. '53 Pontiac Chief-tain-8
Deluxe, standard shift, ra radio
dio radio and heater, wsw tires, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Can be financ financed,
ed, financed, $1100 or $370 down. Phon
84-2170.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Taunus
two-tone sedan, white sidewall
tires, seat covers. In perfect cen-
dition, $1000; boy' Humber
English bicycle, almost new $25.
Phone 3-1024.
, FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth
convertible, perfect condition,
new tires, Original owner. Cash
$600. Balboa 2-3459 after t
P.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, excellent condition. Call
' Panama 3-1660, martre d'hotel.
FOR SALE: 1951 Bukk hard hardtop
top hardtop convertible, many accessor accessories,'
ies,' accessories,' excellent condition $750.
Day 87-5109, evening 83-,
2191. V.
Stamps Of Panama
Featured Exhibit
At Library Museum
PanamanUn efimni or homn
feitUCd flt thn Fifth Annual Craat
Exhibit of the Caribbean S t a ra pJ
v-iuo now oeing neld m the Canal
tone Library Museum located on
the frround floor of the Civl Affairs
auutung. ; ..
' Arranged by Ricardo Salcedo of
ranama i.iiv a mnmnor r ih
Caribbean Stamp Club, 7 the dis-
Dlsfv Inrhirlpe Pinlmi ilimn,
blocks of four dating back to the
earliest stamps issued Dy the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama. Several differ different
ent different exhibits have been made by
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inmviauai memDers ot Uie UUD,
The stamps will remain on ex
hihitinn far tha nvt innl nruV
it was announced by the Library!
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HI ES SUIT AGAINST MARTHA RATE Mrs. Barbara Ann
O'Shea (left), 20, &u Hied a $50,000 suit against comedienne
Martha Raye for allegedly alienating the affections of her
husband, Westport, Conn., policeman Robert O'Shea (right).
27.

Martha Raye Denies Stealing J
Policeman-Spouse from Blonde j

WESTPORT. Conn.. May 3 i
UP) Comedienne Martha Raye
yesterday denied charges of steal stealing
ing stealing a 20-year-oid blonde's hand handsome
some handsome policeman husband and said
there had been no new romance
in her life since her fifth husband
left her 18 months ago.
Miss Raye, 39. fn a statement
road to reporter by her attrae
rive woman lawyer, said the
strapping 17-yoar-old policeman
whose love she has been charged
with stealing was ust en of
four bodyguards th hired to
protect her life.
' She also replied to an announce announcement
ment announcement by her estranged husband
Edward T. Begley that he had
been trying futilely to servo her
with a divorce summons for some
time. He could have found her
any time he wanted to, Miss Raye
said. : v- ..
"There teems te be jt new
trend to start the month of May
with suing Martha Raye," her

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WANTED Qualified Hletype
technictaa with radio and com com-munkatiom
munkatiom com-munkatiom background, at least
two year actual teletype main maintenance
tenance maintenance experience required, no
other need apply, good starting
alary with excellent future for
right man. Contact Pan Ameri American
can American World Airway, telephone 2-
0670. Mr. George J. Schmahl,
during office hour. After 6 p.m.
can telephone 3-3633. -'
WANTED; Accountant with
knowledge of manufacturing
cost procedures. English essen essential.'
tial.' essential.' Write, .giving experience
and background, to Wince, A A-partado
partado A-partado 923, Panama, R. P.
FOR SALE; Must tell 1953
Studebakor hard top many ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Pint $900.00 take it.
Dial 2-3204. Balboa. '
FOR SALE. 1954 Ford custom custom-line
line custom-line Deluxe 4-door sedan. Car
looks like new. 2-tone paint, 4
. new WSW tire, new battery, ra radio,
dio, radio, vinyl plastic upholstery,
Guaranteed perfect condition,
$1,5000.00. 2317, La Crucet,
I Balboa Ave
FOR SALE 1950 Dodge Coro Coronet,
net, Coronet, 4 new lire, radio, direction directional
al directional tignab, gyromatic, perfect
condition, new paint. Mutt tell,
owner leaving for State. High Highest
est Highest offer. Call 82-4134 during
duty hour.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. Excellent condition, $950. $950.-Phon
Phon $950.-Phon Balboa 6-449 during day.
Balboa 6-412 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE. 1953 Studebakor
Delux, bargain. Small read road roadster,
ster, roadster, made to order, 1947 me meter.
ter. meter. $300.00. Kobbe 5138
'night. Amador 2193 day.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: 4 month eld male
hunting hound. Extra long ears:
black body, white underneath,
mall brown spots en all legs.
$25.00 Reward. Phone Balboa
LOST. Passport, 're-entry pert :
: mit, small pin shot certificate, la
white envelope. Balboa Area.
t Finder 4 coll R. Felton, : Bilbos
; 1395. '. '.
J WANTED f
Sliscellaneons
-Wanted to place-. Maid!
. bilingual, .wonderful laundreM
' and cook. Available May 15th,
Call after 1 p.m. Balboa 3-1459.
statement said. "I don't know
wnetner to do flattered or not."
A $50,000 alienation of affections
suit was filed in Bridgeport, Conn.

Superior Court yesterday by Mrs.i

Barbara Ann O'Shea. The young
wife charged Miss' Raye had stol stolen
en stolen the love of her husband. Rob

ert, a Westport policeman who!

has worked part-time as At s
Rave's bodyguard. :
"I'm sorry that Mrs. O'Shea Is
having martital difficulties, but I
Jnm. I... .S.-4 1, U Mriftt
UVU W KIIUW WIIi Ifc ll9 IU VI U TT1UI
me," Miss Rave's statement said.
"All I did was hire four body.
guards to protect my life when
it was threatened and ha woo
no of them."
Miss Rave said she had not seen
Begley, whom she married in
prii. 1954, for almost a ear.
"Begley left me a year and a
half ago and I have not filed for
a divorce because I have had no
desire to be free. I have no new
romance nor do I intend to get
married again."

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON. CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX

Pony rides for children,' SaKV
day from 10:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Panama Riding School, Old Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. F. S. Rudesheim.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
martreti, $15.00; youth bed and
mattress, $10.00; baby carriage
and mattress, $8.00; 1 H.P. mo motor,
tor, motor, 3 phase, 220-440. 25 cycle
$7.00. 759- Bamebay St. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2 4413.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies. A.
K.C. ngistrstioavJExcellent pedi pedigree.
gree. pedigree. Call after 4 p.m.. Navy
2482. .,:.'(
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
Offer Varieu Item for Sale
Sealed bid, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received at the of office
fice office of Superintendent of Store-
houses, Balboa, for the following
items:
INVITATION Ne. 258 Cap
and Machine Screw. TO BE 0 0-PENED
PENED 0-PENED 9:00 a.m., May. 4, 1956.
INVITATION No. 259 Ma Ma-chine
chine Ma-chine Screws. TO BE OPENED
10:30 a.m.. May 4, 1956.
INVITATION No. 267 Hose;
scale remover compound; aedhirn
hexamataphosphato; ilnc-sulfate;
cleaner compound; ;, coHins;
Gravely' tractor parts; mower
part; fabric and leather belting;
rubber belts; v belt fasteners; ",t
brad; naMs; boat spike; and
trlchloroolhylon TO BE OPEN OPENED
ED OPENED 10:30 a.m., May 4,; 1956.
INVITATION No. 268 Belt,
drive and screw anchor; ball,
bearings; closet hanger ban;
push bar bases; bolt; bracket;
brae; paint brushes; harness
bucklasr candle; truck casters;
catches; "'. chains for-, tranomt;
' lamp chimney; upholstery clips;
. timber Conner or; paper cuter;
eyes; fastener; ; drswer pulls;
hanger and. track for- doors;
hinge; hasps; various typ of
holders; haeka and ayei; hook;
door knob; cart bronio letters; c
upholstery links. TO BE OPEN-'
ED 2:30 pm., May 4. 1956 "'
INVITATION No. 260 Ma-.'!
. chine, set and wood screws TO
BE OPENED 2:30 p.m., May 4,
1956.'
Invitation may be obtained
i from office of Superintendent of
, Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
HelD Wonted
WANTED: Good cook with ref reference!.
erence!. reference!. 50th St. Ne. 30 up up-Main.
Main. up-Main. u
WANTED: Spanish housekeep housekeeper
er housekeeper under 30. must 'be able to
cook. S048-C 3rd. St. Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. .-.
WANTED: Beekeeper for part part-time
time part-time work, Experienced with
references. Irvino Zapp Cam Cam-panv
panv Cam-panv S. A No. 31 Franciico de
la Ossa Avenue.'

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Household
FOR SALE: 4-bumer ta trove
$50, coffee table, 2 Rattan
chain. CaU Panama 3-1301 sh shot
ot shot 6 p.m.'- 5-'"
FOR SALE. Venetian blind for
cottage. House 0932 Amador
Road. Tel. 2-2964.
FOR SALE: Selling out ail
household effects. 126 Central
Are, room 16-B.
FOR SALE Refrigerator, 60 60-eycle,'
eycle,' 60-eycle,' $30.00; dressing table,
$10.00; double-burner gas-.
stove with wooden stand, $12.-;
Royal portable typewriter almost
nw $75.00. Call 3-1017 morn mornings.
ings. mornings. : -J" r ;
FOR SALE: Dining teem sat,
gas, water heater. Reasonable.
tall 3-2145. :- y
FOR SAU Blond double-bed
complete $40.00, $ ft. refri refrigerator'
gerator' refrigerator' $75,000, Singer sawing
machine, portable $30,000. CaU
Panama 3-6608.
FOR SALE: Ham Radio Col Collin
lin Collin transmitter 32V2, National
'receiver.' 183, Microphone, 10
meter rotary beam, tpeaker,
voltage regulator and record'
player, $675.00. Call faasma
3-3347 -;-v-
FOR SALE Antique Chiaee
teakwood boawtifulry carved eft eft-ting
ting eft-ting room furniture; boy's bicycle,-
card table; movable ma mahogany,
hogany, mahogany, bookcase, everything
almost new. Phone Panama 3 3-4577.
4577. 3-4577.
Local VFW Leader
Gives Loyally Day
Radio Address :
Sol JT. Kaplan, commander of
Post 3835. Veterans of Foreian
Wars, gave a radio talk last night
on. the occasion of Loyalty Day.
Keynote of the broadcast was 4he
need of preparedness on the part
oi tree nations as opposed to ap
neasement to Russia.
He stressed that the United
States should bo wary of Comma
nist attempts to take over control
of the nation, and quoted a state
ment made by P. A Manuilsky be
fore the Lenin School of Political
Warfare In Moscow in which the
Red spokesman said: "War to the
hilt between Communism and ca
oitalisrrt is inevitable."
The Russian's remarks, made
In 1932, added: "Today; of course,
we are not strong; enough to at attack.
tack. attack. Our time will come in 20 or
30 years."
Kaplan pointed out that Manuils Manuilsky
ky Manuilsky presided over the United Na Nations
tions Nations Security Council in 199. He
referred to recent statements by
Soviet Premier Bulganin and his
overtures to President Eisenhower,
and expressed belif that th old
Moteow timetable Is being follow,
ed up at the present time in the
guise of insincere peace offers.
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Gramlick't Santa Ciara Beacb
Cattaooi Um

moderate tare. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceontide Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phono Pane m 1.1877. Criste
bol 3-1673.
Swim and tolas at Shrapnel'
beach homes, Santa Clara. Phono
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Visit the "HOTEL COUNTRY
CLUB" at El Valla. New Ameri American
can American management. $14 per day
for 2 persons, everything in in-.
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FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
beach house. One mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Beautifully fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room, dou double:
ble: double: couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove, bath
and entrance independont. No, 3
52nd. Street. Phono 3-0638 '
, FOR. RENT:. Clean furnished
room. Independent entrance and ;
bathroom. Cooking facilities.
43rd Street No. )3. t
FOR RENT: Furnished roam' in ;
residence 45th. St. Ne. 4.107,
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FOR RENT: New cLef: 2
bedrooms and maid's toon, liv living
ing living room, dining room, 2 kerch kerch-e
e kerch-e I garage, largo kitchen, garden
on 12th Street,' Airport 'Read,,.
Paftilla No. 97. Alto I seta fl a-,
partment on Via Porra hi. 64,;
ha one room, kitchen, ballroom
and porch, independent, frhone.;
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2-3697.' Golf Heights, 7tfi
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. UNITED STATES OF AMBRICA
Canal Zone -
United State District Cent F The
- Ohrtrkt of The Canal Coo)
... CrUtdbal Division TTl
In the Matter ot the AdopUortof Id
mund Eugene Salazar Aaullar, minor.
No. 0M8 Civil. Citation. Fetttm for
adoption. ' i
To: Matilda Aguilar '-j'.
You are hereby required to appar be
fore the United Slates Disfrirl Court
for tne Ulltlrict or the Canal Z(t. Di Division
vision Division ot CmiobnV at tlie Cortroont
tn.reot. in tjnsiobai. Canal Zonnen the
19th day of June IBM. at 10 o ock in
the forenoon ot that day,' then aid there
to ahow causa. If any you haw. why
the petition oi Francis. I. Mvrs and
Olga R. Myers for the tdoptlondf Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Eugene Saiazar Aguilar. aminor,
heretofore filed herein, should not b
rantea. .1 11.
WITNESS, the Honorable Cubrle F.
Crowe, .Judce. United Statu Distrirt
court tor trie District of the Cam Zona,
tAi I7tn day of Atn-u 1S5C. 1
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' by David M. Janklat
Deputy Clerk ; a
To: Matilda Aauilar
The foreinlna citation 1s lerwd tmSn
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Judge. United Statu District (hurt for
tno uistnci or tne canal zonv oated
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CEflTOAL Theatre
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- Weekend Release in Technicolor
, Jane Wjman tt Rock Hudson, in
ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS
ow much dies heaven allow a
woman in love!
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LUX THEATRE
etc : : Se.
.Weekend Release in Technicolor!
Stewart Granger & Jean Simmons, in
FOOTSTEPS IN THE FOG
. Intriguing Suspense Drama!
Mi 5:15 7:M 1:55 pjn.
PIOTE-IM Theatre
Popular Kicbtt -S1.U PES CAR!
Charlton HESTON L Julie ADAMS
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PRIVATE WAR OF MAJOR
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- Bo Hope, in
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swith Jerry & Lewis?
In Cinemascope and Technicolor!
Jack Sernss c Rossana Podesta, in
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01 (ivilizalicn

' CORK, Ireland, May 2 (UP)
Madame Pandit, Indian Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador to Ireland, and high commis

sioner in London, told. a large
meeting of housewives here yes

terday that every nation in t h e
world should be a member of th

United Nations.
The U. N, is an instrument for
peace and it did not matter if they
spent ten or twenty years talking
over their differences rather than
fighting over them, Madame Pan Pandit
dit Pandit said. i 1

Every religion has as its cardi

nal precept to love one s neignoor,
but it was a sad thing that when
they claimed to have reached the
highest pitch of civiliiation; na nations
tions nations still hated their neighbors,
she said. '

' GOV. JOHN S. SETBOLD pays a visit to the Mathematical Display now being held in the
lower halls xt the Balboa High School Building, The display Is explained by Mrs. Frances
" Graham, High School mathematics teacher and Miss Diane Jacobs (left), president of the
Mathematics Club who assisted Mrs. Graham in -preparing the exhibit.' .- -'

IN HOLLYWOOD...

' '' ti ERSKINE JOHNSON
. iiOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol Hol-lyVoo4
lyVoo4 Hol-lyVoo4 on TV: The fans are howl howling
ing howling in protest, but Jean Hagen
isn't changing her mind about leav leaving
ing leaving Danny Thomas and Jthe hi hi-dies.
dies. hi-dies. She just completed her last
-"Make Room for Daddy'' telefilm
i after ''three years and ; how it'
- make, room for Jean in'-a variety
- of -TV and movie' roles.; w
"Fin iuit can't understand why

I quif Dinny'a shew and. soma of
them re terribly mad at ma," Jan
told ma between' rehearsals for
har rata of Mrs, : Lou- Gehrig on

..Climax at CBS... .-tK' '-''i",
,"It' nice to know people had
m-entmt win sn comDletely in a

role. But the' reason I act is for!

variety not just for money. I
was bored with the monotony of
doing the same character every
- -'Even Danny agreed with me
' tHat ho could let off steam play playing
ing playing in a night club when we had
a week or 10- days off. but I
i.iHn-t An invthine else. The only

, time the schedule worked out for
mevlo 'do a movie role was when
I made 'The Big Knife ?
i Annthpr TV series for .Jeane

'Nnt is someone else's wife

that wouldn't be fair to Danny,
she said. "My agents; have an idea
for series but I'm pot interested

' --yet." '

' r' TV FANS will see James Dean

- again before Warner Bros, release
his last movie, "Giant" His star

ing role in "The umigmea noaa

ill be repeated on scnuu riaj

house on CBS June l.

of a Mw'j character, in another
writs appeal to her. A'

, The WitnetT Robin Raymond
watched Edgar Bergen on" TV and
came up with an idea for a quiz
show to be .staged, on. murderer's
row in Sing Sing. Slie wants to

rwr' shooting three at a time. I

even kissed the wrong girl once.

This Is Television,- Mrs.: Jones:
June Havoc!s "WUly? TV series
has a better rating on re-runs than
it ever approached originally. Time Time-slot
slot Time-slot is the answer, again.- ;

"' VDo: You -Truss-. Up Your m H So.Doro Shay will
war? ; : slar jn XV spectacular of Cole
::;'r:;l' Porter's "Out of Th.s World.1',;.

Tho fate of "Our Mi$ Brooks"
'in noxt year's schtdulta won't be
known until July's option time.
Network charter that it's "doubt "doubtful"
ful" "doubtful" whether tho show ill bo ro ro-nowod
nowod ro-nowod hasn't left Eva Arden nib nibbling
bling nibbling on her fingernails, though.
Tho -money from re-runs will bo

pouring 1 for years and thoughts h remmbrs with a wmct: "Wo

NOT IN THE SCRIPT" Joan

Biondell on why she's partictalar
about her TV; appearances: "In
20 minutes you can make, a, fool of
yourself." :,-f-&;:-fr:T- -;
v' ,r-:: ''"'';'(' -..-'',-'',
Joan's playing her first movie

rolo in five years In "The Oppo Opposite
site Opposite Sox" at MGM and remem

bers:' "At Warnors I onco made
32 laictures in 21 months. I didn't
even tot half of' thorn, I didn't

read tho scripts fust counted the
pages to too if I'd bo able to

go homo occasionally to got some

Overheard: "It's a show titled
'Counter Spy. V But it'8 different;
This time the hero is, a depart department
ment department store detective,",
" TOO MANY TV appearances,
it's said in Hollywood, can ruin
a niovie career. v
Dan Duma's laughing.. Fifty-

two chapters of his. China Smith

telefilms have never been off the
air since 1952 and his film career
five big films since last sum

mer has never been better, now

playing a light comedy role in
"Battle Hymn: at UI, Dan's say saying:
ing: saying:
- ''Ovtr-axpoiure on TV is a myth

as far at I'm concorned." r i
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Hit China mmV series,, by thol
way, sot a, spotd ricord that may I
never bo topped. Tho fjrtt 13 chap-
tort wore filmed in 21 days and

Bruce Bennett is making another'

pilot reel of darnel Boone with

blii interest at wuu

1 Ex-kid staf Tofflm Cook Isn't

idling between TV dramatic leads.

He's studying1 for a. real 'estate

license to avoid becoming, he says,
a "between pictures neurotic."

Puerto Rico Will
Welcome European
Industry, Says Gov.

SAN JUAN, P. R, May 2 (UP)

Gov. Louis Muiioz Marin said
today that Puerto Rico is. trying

to get European industries to es establish
tablish establish factories here.

He said the government is look

ing for European technicians and

industrial know-how, especially in
Britain, Germany and France,

"where they know how to make

things with less money."

Present plans call, for the estab establishment
lishment establishment of at least two European
factories here in the near future,

the Governor said.

Puerto. Rico, -he added, will con continue
tinue continue to offer industrial incentive

to United States firms to establish
factories in the island, provided
they do not close their mainland

plants to move here..
VVofer'Wncfie
', (Continued from Pate t)
TV Is "Foroisn Intrigue." He re

turns from Europe in a few weeks

for the premiere of his movie by
that title; He merely wrotet pro produced
duced produced an.l :liixcted it. Ho'U make
$1,000,(100. At the. premiere he will
pay back friends who lowd him
the money to make the picture.
They each ..will receive $5,000 for

every Sl.COO way let him borrow
. .Japanse screen star Shirley

Yamaeuchi has shelved her hus

band, Noguchi, for an American
newspaper correspondent in Tokyo.
t Your Girl Friday

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Bilingual Education The School is Incorporated Boarding Semi-Boarding. ' '
Boys for Pre-Kinder, Kindergarten, First and Second Grades accepted.
- The new building b finished. Located In Las Cumbres, Vis El Penon, offers the students beautiful recreation camps,
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HULA SHOW Visitors to Hawaii learn the basic movements of the .hula with the
. help C(f broadcas'te? David Bray at a weekly show, held at a Honolulu hoteU ;

DID THE LINDY'.'HOPS Airline pilot Harlan Curney

; (left), a one-time flying partner of Charles A. Lind Lindbergh,
bergh, Lindbergh, reminisces on the Hollywood set with Jimmy

Stewart; who plays the Lone Eagle. Gurney,. turns'

. '; I technical adviser, barnstormed with Lindy in 1920s.
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lovely ,actress Grace Kelly and Prince' Rainier III will' wed in one of the most ";

v some ot the scenic spots here. Jfaiace ol the prince is nestled against the mountain
- known as Bog's Head, site of a radar station. Statue of former Prince of Monaco

is a mixture oi the grim in Monaco. The latter is a rugged spot Known as' buicide,

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'an Austrian-born. noblewoman, couldn't find a paint-',

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Cristobal Emblem Club
Th rVitrtnkal fmVI.nl rliik anil

W-- a uv ..j.vrui Fulvicin viuu nui
linltfi Ita rffulr mnnthlv mAAtiniv

on Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. at the

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vmuiw, Germany, May a x month business meet.
UP).-Amenern families hvmf i,,- rf c-..,,,. WomM S Club

in requisitioned German souses

prepared today for a series of ef ef-forts
forts ef-forts by the original owners to e
vict them. .,
, Formal letters from U.S. Army
commanders to residents of such
homes warned that Germans prob

ably will try "by various means"
including forcible eviction and

will be held Wednesday, at 9 a.m.

at the Curundu Community Build Building.
ing. Building. Members are reminded that
dues are now payable.
Gambia Women's Club
Meet Thursday ... -.

' The' Gamboa Women's .Club!
will hold their last business meet-.

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demonstrations to oust them when ia of th8 yMr Thursday, at T:30
Hill affrwrncnr lftviui th knmii! ... T' L.

' p.rn.-ai me wvic center, mere
, expires i on -Friday. I will fee"-ar election of officers,
j On that date, the original ream- v...... .,in v. u.. or r i

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THE IKTERNATIONAL CONVENTION of UJE I'ES:
tion eonvening here under the auspices of the Lawyers Asso Asso-eiatio"
eiatio" Asso-eiatio" of PaSama, group together on the El Panama Hotel
Xut Terrace after having been the luncheon guesU of the
Mayor of Panama, Ramon Real and the President of the Muni Muni-cipal
cipal Muni-cipal council, FeUx Luclani. The affair toolt place on Tuesday.

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RECEPTION FOR DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
The Count and Countess de Vogue, distinguished Tisltow
ii th Isthmus, were honored at a reception tUfaM tUfaM-and
and tUfaM-and Mri .. pSS Duran at their home at Golf Heights, last

night."

The Brack HarMera

. Mr jnd Mrs. "Brack Hattjer of
Golf Heights entertained recently
mt thpir home for the United

States Ambassador and Mrs.- J u
lian.Fiske Harrington

- Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Andre Andre-v
v Andre-v have emplaned for Mexico

where pey wui spneu
albea-Vfish School Annual

On Thursday night Balboa High
School, will hold its Annual Spring
Concert ; in th lower gymnasium
- starting t 8 p.m. Mr. Victor Herr,
jitoT-. nf m u ale f will be in

, charge,1 . , ,
kt,. ", uiun Rarratt And

Mrs! Louis Merchant Will Co-Host
Mrs.; Helen Barrett and Mrs.
Tn! MArphiint will entertain the

card f oup of the Balboa Wom

Arms William Swenson 1 finance

R K. CGeoree.

Officers for Unit no, i, are;viui

pciftnt Jnsn I.. O'Connell. 1st

vim Pr.drtpnt .Muriel C. Black,

2nd Vice President A n it a' Mc
Keown, Chaplain Bessie D.Camp-

Womens' Qub, MrsL.. E. Batei,
Vie. Prasirfent of the Gamboa

Women's Club, Miss Thelma- God

win, President of tne inter-American
Women's Club, Mrs. Moses

Hart, President of the; Kewcom Kewcom-m.'
m.' Kewcom-m.' Club.' and Mrs. W. E. -Rush-

int President o f the Caribbean

College Club. -

Mrs.-Logan presented the newly
elected officers: First Vice Presi President
dent President Mrs. William Brooks;: Second
VtM President Mrs.-Metxsar, See

retary Mrs.- Henry Tryner, Corre

sponding secretary. Mrs. -1
Wilder, and Treasurer. Mrs. W. .W.

Patton.-Mrs. A. Logan was r--

lectedPresident; i4 ,
; Mrs. George Engelke"-was- pre

sented with an honorary memoer

derton .and- Mrs. J. R. Campbell,

V expire. The lower house of the

I German Parliament ( Bundestag )

has passed a bill calling for imme

diate return of the buildings; to

tne original owners.

Letters to the American r e s 1-

dents in' the Frankfurt area dated

April 27 said -the Germans may

try to oust them ny staging door-j

step demonstrations, serving them,
with legal pacers to Vacate or try-;

ing either to evict them .forcibly

or move in witn tnera. ..

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'CHISLEHURST, EnglandWay 2
(UP) American Uterarv deteci

tive Calvin Hoffman found only
sand today In a 500-year-old Eng English
lish English tomb he hoped would contain
j r. .l nr:il:

documents : proving mat nmiani
Shakespeare was a fake.
Hoffman, dedicated. to the theo

ry thrt ISth century poet and dra

matist Christopher Marlowe realJp.m

CariobeanColl9a Club
Meetings For May :

" TyESUAY: The Literature stu-t
dy group will meet at 7:30 p.m.'
at the home of Miss Ruth E.
Marsh, house No. 8045, J. Marga-i
rita. Miss Marsh will illustrate her;
talk on the Indians of Code and
other provinces with colored slides
and folms.

1 THURSDAY:. The Garden study!

group win meet at 7. '30 p.m. at
the home of. Mrs. Eustace Lee,
house No. 9081, 8th Street, Colon.
Members of the group are remind reminded
ed reminded that this-will be the last meet meeting
ing meeting for the year.

SATURDAY: The annual Lunch-1
eon will be held at 12:30 p.m. at!

the Washington Hotel, not at the
Coco Solo Officers', Club, as ori originally
ginally originally announced. Reservations
may be made by calling Mrs. W.

E. Rushing at 5-260 (after 5 p.m.)
or Mrs. T. G. Relihan at 3-2444.

Coco. Solo Inlkttd Men's
Wives' Club 5 i

The- Coco. Solo Enlisted Men's

Wives' are holding a membership
drive card' party at the White
HaU Club I on Wednesday'; at -1

ly wrote Shakespeare .pi a y s.

found neither papers nor bodies in
the Walaingham tomb at Scudbury
Chanel. 1

i He reported that masons who

carefully, pried open- the .tomb
with approval from family heirs

ffi'hWft. Rigby, Sgt. il rwhich" Kfg ot veh find
Arms Eleanor Connor,, and Secre-LJ'smt -can't Help Singing" in;bodies: Only three feet of sand lay

tapv-Treasiirer Patricia George.

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This is a special meeting, iucib iucib-fore
fore iucib-fore no other business will be tak

en up. me meeung wui juiu
for the purpose of : having some
fun for the rest of the evening.

Plans have "been maae to. assure
every one a very pleasant evening.
These plans include food, drinks
and dancing. Tom. Robb and his
23rd Army Band will furnish the
dance music, and if you haven t
had the pleasure of dancing to his
individual style dance music you
had better plan to attend this eve eve-nini
nini eve-nini of fun and frolic. .':,..

All Post- No. 1 members, Uwt; ciute." Robert Miller, Roy Hearn,

honor of Mrs. Engelke. who at ;

eo ner wonc ior wr wuwm'
in 1932, and' later became Presi President
dent President and a board- member which
posf she held for 26 years. Mri.
Engelke will- reside in the United
States.. Mrs. Marian. Taylor; a past
president," was presented with a

handerkchief corsage. ..

. Mrs; Logan thanked the outgoing
Board for their help in making
this a most successful club -year.
These members were, Mesdames
Arthur Loaan. dive Lewis, John

Purvis.. William Brooks.: John .L.I

F. nieenan,' wuuam

Women's bands and guests are invited to at

Club '' --sis. oiiPpf tr.e ir;Tai'i'"ii i
ThuiV i ti. b'rct't.jvmes to fuiloiv. ....

at 12...J. A lifc'ht lunci.eon wiu tie

aervediv Reservations may

made; )?y, calling 2-3317 or

be

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Sridg;Winnrt
i Games played every Monday
evening at the Tivoli Guest House
at seven were.' 1st,' Mr. and Mrs.
E. J, Brock; 2nd, Mr. W. Shirey
with Mrs, A JS. Davis; 3rd. Mr.
and Mri. H. I. Hom; 4th, Mr. and
Mrs. i; Kohn. "'
Joint Installation For Officers Of.
lost No. 1 And Unit No. I
American Leaion ond Aualliary
Saturday, night at 7:30 p.m. the
two- organitations will assemble
end the meeting will be opened. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately the Department' Offi Offi-..r
..r Offi-..r with Ttanartment Command

er Geotge A. Black will take the
chair, with his staff will install the
new officers of Post No. 1 for the
year 1936-193T.. Mrs. Vera Bolek,
Department President of The A A-merican
merican A-merican "Legion Auxiliary will then
install the new officers of Unit No.
i. "V v j A"
Officers' to Deinstalled for Post
Noj I: Post Commander Armand
T. Gasperi Jr., lat. Vice. Command Commander
er Commander Silas E. Charbonnea, 2nd Vlce Vlce-rnmmnnHar.
rnmmnnHar. Vlce-rnmmnnHar. Rafael. Carattinl.

Chaplain: Errc.B. Andrews, Sgt. At N. Pence, President of the Balboa

No. 1 members their wyies, nu- R. w. Rubelli, wunam- way anu

reel fiunn.
T 'are Tee aH '.'.. S.
..nil. Mie m rlarge of lim ilora!
arrangements, Mrs. M. Dull,
luncheon,; and Mark T. Sugar,- mu musical
sical musical recordings.

Slim tat Away

lUmmUif tomonrw.

Canal lone. College Club
Installation Of Officers
The Canal Zone College "Club
will install the officer for; 1956 1956-195T
195T 1956-195T and present the scholarship
award at the annual Spring Lunch

eon which will be held at the Al- at ruini your iiarur w ui
brook Officers' Club, Saturday, at r;: StmiSTSS StmiSTSS-12:30
12:30 StmiSTSS-12:30 p-m. Reservations may be ; JV"
Vv r.llinif Mr. John C. L.. I xju(.od msthod

Adams,- 28-2-4916 or Mrs. William,- wb'
F. Robinson, 2-3151, before Thurs,- ZSSMtSFw&m&Z

day evening. .
Miss Elletra Marconi, soprano.

accompanied by rrotessor n n
Janowitz wilt present a group of
musical selections. Both musicians
are well known in Isthmian, mu'
sical circles. v"-

Cristobal Woman's- Club Honor
Mrs. George Engelke .And, Holds
Annual Fashion Show v .
One hundred and aixty Time club
women met for the annual spring
luncheon of the Cristobal Women's
Club recently, at the Coco Solo
Officers'. Club, as well -as for the.
fashion show consisting of a great
diversity i of clothe made by the
members.- . .-.!,.,
Mrs. Arthur Logan presented the

following, -special .guests: Mrs. W.

atoo the brick floorine.

"This will not alter my theory .V

he said later. "But I am surprised

because the inscription on the
tomb clearly says the bodies are

within the tomb.

He sug" ed that the bodies
might be 1 rred below the floor;

but addeti aiat hit work at th

tomb had ended, ; The British

Home Office had refused permis

sion to examine; any bodies m the

enrnt.

Hoffman's theory was that -the
tomb, supposed to hold the bones

of Marlowe's patron. Sir Thomas

Walsingham, would contain docu- l

ments showing tn at. Marlowe real
Iv wrote Shakespeare's plays.

Marlowe was threatened with

'i a heroic, and traitor and

iiisioncally known to have been

killed In a tavern brawl. Hoffman

said ha believes the murder was

faked- and .that walsingham mo mo-him
him mo-him at the Walsingham e state

where he wrote the plays'- under;

Shakespeare's name. n

For further information

Mrs. Mary Cole 8504.

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Installation Of Officers

Of Balboa Woman'a Club

The-Spring luncheon and instal

lation of officers of the Balboa
Woman's-Club will be held at the
Fern room of the Tivoli Hotel on

Wednesday at 12 noon.

Reservations will close on May
7:. and maybe made by calling
Mrs. Herbert Bathman of Cocoli

25-3101, Mrs. Joseph W. Casey of
Balboa 2-2630. Mrs. C. H John

ston of Curundu 273-3121.

Members and guests are invited
Luhcheon win be gl.50 per person.

Bluebell 'Croehor Club ..
To Vote For Quaen

The regular membership meet meeting
ing meeting of the Blue, Bell Crochet-Club

will be held at the home of Mrs.

Rita Greaves, house No. 69,, Pa-

raiso, on Thursday evening, begin'

ing ai i.wp.n,. j.
The agenda for -the evening In

eludes a first count of votes for

the e-een contest sponsored by

tne ciud. , ,.

.All members are urged lo be

on time.. ......
Morning ftulld Of' Women'l""7
Auxiliary Final' Meeting

- The Morning Guild of the Wom

en's Auxiliary of the Catheral of

St. Luke, Ancoh, will have its fi

nal meeting ( nt i 1 September)
tomorrow morning at 9:30 at Mrs.
Gooden's home near the Catheral.

All members are asked to attend
Catholic Women's Club
Monthly Moating

The Catholic Women's Club will

hold ita monthly meeting at the

Sunday School Building bside the

Fort Amador Chapel av 7:30 p.m.

tomorrow. It was announced today
by Mrs. Joseph P. Mastrucci,
president.. Another in a series of

religious motion pictures will be
shown by Major Ernest P. Pear Pear-sall,
sall, Pear-sall, Catholic chaplain at Ft. Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, ,. i i 4

Mmi By t!M Doctors

i Tnntl Itar mtnrd mAthjira VlMllUM tit Hm

accuracv. No need to break tablets. Each I A DIDI II

eenUine 1: grain of, pure Mpi)Ur 'CflBPUlinflpi. j
. the preferred standard of accurate doaage jlUfi bniiFN
'iu.nM Ymt viv 'Suit as tha doctor & m"t

.ordera.". Children like iU or.nf4 vor.; 1 1

woata o uaassT aauiM Maiew pen bmaaaii fc.Mfci i

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thii r.::i:ATi3 wtyt
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Have your baby's Dlaptt JUIK
' ,Diapr Cktjt, Urint SmIo aad
rrktty Km Kik as Annates,
towdereoNl
. Fox Aaunent is apadally smoV
V nxtiBtoctfo,pnt0ctmiMp
hul irritatstf tlcm. Absorbs awi ,'.
;' mr cedrfullw and a te itX
b promotes healiag by ewhion
' teg baby's chafed akia Ufatnef -,
': further yriutioa. Get Anmaf
' Medicated Powder todtj.
' lll-vTiy Anuneat at our o
- ptnsel Pot trie sua can abto
lotaly fret, sou'. peatcare1 widi
. your iMnw am' tJdreas to Dept.
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ENJOY A WEEKEND AT EL PANAIIA
FOR ONLY 815. !!

UrC. 1. 1
It. P. mideHH only.
(Bring Idtatificatiee)

The VACATION at EL PANAMA,
MANY .TRAVEL THOUSANDS of MUES for-KoURS
at a "GET ACQUAINTED" PRtCE ONCE AGAIN
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(Week-end Plan is in effect after lunch Saturday until t p.m.
Sunday, but we cordially invite you to check in any time Saturday
to enjoy our many facilities, at no extra cost Special piice for
extra day before or after Week-end.' -,
$15. per person includes:
ROOM whh private Hrraca and bath, fai, 2 days i 1 night.
Cemplim.irt.ry II Panama COCKTAIL (goat' at any of ear lyfelie raami).
DINING ana DANCING. $5.50 dinner io glamorooi Bella Virta Salao
or by candlelight ea your private terrace.
' A visit to the Caiine-in-tht-Sky. ; )
SUNDAY, BRUNCH (with He camplimaritary cocktail), dancing ta the
. Miuiie of Liicho Ascarraga at the organ.
USI of II Panamt'e MANY FACILITIES Cabafia and Teonie Club.
'Ping-pong, ihuffleboard, putting green, chilorea'a playground.
YOU CAN BRING the CHILDREN! one or two under 12 years of age
,. dccommodoied free in. your room, and lA price for children's por- i
tton in Bella Vista Room. Baby sitter available at moderate charge.
NO ROUGHING IT! THIS IS A LUXURY WEIK-IND!

This Is part of El Panama's participation In the -:
"Know Your Local Hotel Better" program spon spon-.
. spon-. oortd by the hotel association.

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Reservations accepted for1 minimum of two
adults per room, must be made in advance

directly with hotel. Tel. 3-1660,

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' kave grown healthy pud Iturdy due lo
LACTOGEN. Prepared especially by Nwtlt'i,
. .. LACTOGEN imUi of: pvra nilk ot 'the
kighesl quality, modified fo provide your
' baby from oarly inforwy, the balancad diot
- wKldi He noodi. Moroovor, IACTOGEN row
1 effort rho advantoga of boieg enrkhod with
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. vitamins te eld In boby'i growth end with
Y Iree'et 'a protection against anemia.

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. Although your baby it In -good health, the
, doctor should exomijje hint periodically, ".

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Tbe milk most slmf.
lor fo Mothers' milk.

mr" Post this .coupon to NES TIE'S, P. 0. Box 803,
fr"' Panama City, R. ?

. Please send me a c6py of. the "MrZ'ER BOOK" BOOK"-,
, BOOK"-, for -expectant and nursing mothei?4 .

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SHOWS AN ALMOST NATURAL SIZE UPRIGHT PICTURE
THE RIGHT WAY FREE FROM PARALLAX.
BUILT IN MOISTER PROTECTED LIGHT METER GIVES ACCURATE
READINGS IN THE POOREST LIGHT EQUIPPED WITH THE FINEST
OPTIC: "THE ZEISS TESSAR."

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U)sl aAdicdlu bwik judju Id vIaH ouh
Showtwofli in Panama and Mind spu mw

1956 DODGE

also we offer to the first 15 persons who make purchases

a GENERAL ELECTRIC T.V. Set. ;
(Guaranteed and serviced by Artelec, S.A. 17-56 Central Ave.);;
COLON MOTORS, INC.

'(Dodge Hillman lit Panama and Col6n)

24th St. No. 11-36 Tel. 2-1669

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We Have a Large -:
Stock of TROTO" Tools

For All Uses

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rnMCIII AC USM I Klin CI DCDT CACCl lber Sasso, Consul of Holland, lauds HM Queens Ju-
,V.UNMJL Ur nULLANU, CLOCK 1 1 0AdOU liana, of Holland, at a birthday celebration for Her Majesty
I liinr LlAI I lllfVf '"' Alicral ' held by the Holland Society at the Union Club on Monday
LAUDS HOLLAND 5 QUEEN atl8:00 p.m. The affair was buffet supper. V

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DDITICU CIIDJICCV rnrVTAII DADTV-' Th British Ambassador and Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson gave
DKIIIjn tMDAjJl V.UV.MAIL rAKII a coktail party at the British Embassy on Saturday lnv;
honor of Captain J. Wilkinson and officers of H.M.S- "Protector" visiting at Rodman. Left to right are Commandant;
of Panama's National Guard Bolivar Vatlarino, British Ambassador Ian Henderson, Commander' of H. M. S. "Pro-"

;tector,'Jl Wilkinson, and British Naval Attache White.

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YH1RLIIJG SKIRTS AND CLACKING CASTANETS
go into swirling action as they execute a Spanish
Dance jit the ,Kol Sheanth,,Jsraei .Sisterhood, program of Spanish Dancingheld recently. ; rmmm JL,.



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. AT OUR MAIN STORE ONLY!
U FELIX'S
TRADITIONAL
ANNUAL
SALE
continues with more merchandise and further
REDUCTIONS on both floors.
From Bavaria Finest ROSENTHAL CHINA
i JS-lJ OFF en certain desiffns
Opn Stock
80 OFF en Some
Complete Service Sets
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; PROUD POTTERY ENTHUSIASTS Members of the USO-JWB Ceramics Class and their recent exhibition
DISPLAY THEIR WARES . which was held at the USO-JWB' Armed Forces Service Center. The
ceramics class js under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. William Stevenson, of Camboaj who serve as volunteer
leaders.' ;, . ' '

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i n bassy cocktail party, on Saturday, in honor ofXaptain J.

FOR H.M.S. PROTECTOR

C Wilkinson and officers of H. M, S. "Protector."

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50 OFF on all STERLING SILVER and SILVER PLATED HOLLOW ARE
. 'siMoa svhxhsy srasia 3naviioaA siToa iAvao
. Ladies LINGERIE all finest, first juality
kAXON PANTIES from .41 NIGHTGOWNS AND SUPS, LOVELY STYLES from US
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Special Calces for your
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Wedding and Birthdays
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beautify your home

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ICfC ret All 'TUIC CTDAirtlTI Latm temperament manifests itself in flashing' smiles and excited argu argu-1
1 argu-1 LCI J lit I ALL I HI J MKAIuill! ment. a group of students of Panama's Natiorfal Schobl of Dance gave
- a recital of Spanish Dances illustrating a talk by Mrs. Blanca Korsi de Ripolt, professor of dancing at Panama's
; National School of Dance; at the Kol Shearith Israel Sisterhood recently. Mrs. Ripoll spoke on "The Evolution of

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FURJMTURE O HARDWARE O JEWELRY O H031E ARTICLES

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TZJ PA5A3IA AFRICAN AN IXDEP EXTENT TAUT KEWS? ATE31
WEDXISOAX. RUY 2, 1:. J
Trimble r; Atlantic Teenage
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Fishing ciub 4 5,, ynn pQce fncjjans
Pitching Department
, touor: CONRADO SAiVitAN1
7 q victory. Uver senators
Officers'

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Russell Favorite Leads

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George; TrimMe enjoyed a banner year; in! his
last season in the Atlantic Teenage Leasee as he
led the loop with a torrid battin average of ,551
and was personally responsible for more than half
the 74 runs scored by the Buick team. V ; V

CP.O.team who hit .405; Billy Gibson of the M.R.A. dub was

third with .3888. v-' - --.
, Favorite led In the pitching department with ten wins and
two losses striking out 96 batters.
Trimble was the second best pitcher with eight wins i and
five losses and in the process he struck out 114 batters which
' r'SS l&reWnot pitch a suffldent number or mes
to justi consideration for the"
three appearances on the mound were all winning efforK
Batters with a percentage of .250 and over:

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Gibson. ;v
Humphrey. i
'Eberenz, .'
Sanchez. '.-..'
Hopkins, "V7, ,.-
Pernigotti. .
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Morland.
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Blevlns.
Trimble.-.

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Fields.
Peterson.

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dtay ipeUs... he always pops uk"" nerbv. v'

most iJopulir and ,m,ost famous race Is almost Invariably poon
poohed."w' :--;:'.-::'y',rir' i'''Vi: :" ;:- :. :
P.Wnthetlcaily Mr. Rogers observed that noi t
I;sherwb& rSKrenfe
cer'
In featuring the winning numbers of toe DubUn lottery, tney are
iendaie
tS.Pp?a5o?U;fp e annual drawing were
ffiufcan't'je "why we CMt have one of our own," heslgh.
ed -If SI questior of moraU. what Is the difference between
bettuVg u M race Illegally and an American race legally?"
a a matter of fact, we do, after a fashion, have one of our
iwn thouS lt'a located 1 iWxlco and to run by native, one
JoAlesslo whose most -Important recommendation is .that
"he pays oil." .-v,.- i. a ,. ..-

. MILLIONS BET
Ironically, the Wlcan winter book is legal In this country,
eefior Alessio'has a mailing Mat of some 250,000 Americans from
whom he solicits bets, and provides an enclosure stating the odds
they may expect to get (These. change from week to weeks).
:' Preposterously, uncle Sam is thus employed as the good seftor's
messenger .boy., he callects the bets and pays off in the event
there are winners.' I
The acutely perceptive will not an Interesting parallel be between
tween between the Irish and Mexican frisk. . a parallel which brings into
fascinating focus the Mortimer Snerd thinking Uncle Sam char characteristic
acteristic characteristic ally, applies to this sort of thing. In other words, the Irish
and the Mexicans whack up all the profits.
How much money Americana pour Into these two deals Is
anybody's guess. The Irish deal Is bigger by far. A year ago a
visiting. Fleet fitreeter put the '55 American speculation at $14-15
million; he was close enough to the operation to be wel Informed.
Va million, I should think, would be very big for the Mexican
hooks. Most of the bets are small, from $1 to $5, though when
there are local starters, such as Determine and Swaps, the seftor
can expect a lavish play from the Hollywood set
GVen half a million would be remarkable, considering the ob ob-scure
scure ob-scure circumstances the seftor works under. Few people know how
to bet with him. Not many even know where Callente Is. And be being
ing being Mexican probably makes him suspect to Americans how sat
through the Pancho villa picture twice.
"A wide-open, government-sponsored book on the Derby would

nri uncio oia iuu muuon, uuusbca ir. nogers, una mi uo w
"Just the word I was searching for. Thanks, old man." Mr.
Rogers bowed and made a dash for the Jamaica race train.

; GOOD AND BAD
" It's easy to fault any future book and whether th advinterex

outweigh the disadvantages is debatable. There is no refund if your

XW& yW5Dl VMUS. U1V UVUH K'UIIIUC. VjCUCrailj, M10UKO
you get a better price and you can bet as far back, as fourth,
For example, six of the -55 starters were less attractive buys
on.ih."-S?rJbyJ?t'brd to4n.l0 hook's closing odds. Swaps
paid $2.80 to win. My recollection la he closed In the bookat 4-1.

Needles Remains the current book favorite at and I doubt

in no wm w uiuie (ciictuusi. vceu eaiuraay a week. II he is,
then career Boy will be much shorter than the 4-1 the book of offers.
fers. offers. Head Man Is 5-1 and Count Chic, once 40, Is now with
Fabius. apparently best of the Calumets, at 15.
A staunch and loyal supporter of the good-neighbor policy, I
have made modest Investments in both the count and the four four-footed
footed four-footed namesake of the Roman general who introduced th fake
buck to warfare. : . .,

Wertz, Cleve.
Mantle. N.Y.

Lemon, Wash.

Courtney,. Wash.

Howard, N.Y.

At a meetinjr of the'panama

Rod and Reel Club Friday nlsnt

to the Washington Saton of the

Hotel 1 Panama elections were

held for 1956 officers and a sen

eral reorganization of the club

took nlace.

Tfie meeune was oniciatea

over by Joe Cunningham, 1955
president, who, after discussing

matters of current interest, call'
ed for an election of new off!

cers. .: f .f

Dr. Rogello E. Arias was elect

ed president; Horace Pires,vice
president; Kenneth Middleton.

secretary: and Joseoh cunninp-

nam, treasurer. Bestdei these

officers, serving on the board

will be. Roberto Novev.' Aauillno

vauarmo ana Frank Violette.

New members at this meeting

were A. H. Weishaar. Luis Car

los Morales, Arturo J. Vial. Col

James Burkhart. In addtticn to
members from Panama and the
Canal Zone, there are fifteen
non-resident members of the
Panama Rod and Reel. Club,

mos oi wnom are rrom tne Mia Miami
mi Miami area. - :.$

Committee chairmen I named

were as follows: Bob Novev, an an-?llng
?llng an-?llng committee; Ken Middleton,

wurnament committee; Horace

rires, ooat committee; Joe Cun-

ningnam, tropny committee and

Koeeilo E. Arias, membershln

The tournament -ommltf is

already making arrangements
for th 4th Annual Internation International
al International Martin and Sallfish Tourna

ment to be held In Panama from

June 29. to July 30, In an effort

w maxe it the Panama Rod nd

Reel, dub's best Invitations will

oe .sens to. ansiers outside the
country to nartlclpate, as well as
to local fishermen..

The next meetlnor of th Pan

ama Rod and Reel Club will be

nem in a roontTk

In The Majors

- t
, LEADING BATTERS
(Based m 25 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE ',

Player and Club

g a r h pet

Boyer,"; St. Louis 10 88 10 19 -.500
Bruton, Mik" 8 27 i- 9 If-.444

Long, Pitts. 12 47 9 20 .426
Moon, St Louis 10 37 T 15 .405
Dark, New York 12 48 f 5 17 J54

4 4 w ...

AMERICAN LEAGUE

12 42 9 18
12 45 12 18
12 39 8 15

9 26
6 26

.429
.400

385

4 10 .385

4 10 .385

HOME RUNS
Post, Redlegs , 1 .7
Wertz, Indiana .......... 5
: Mantle, Yankees 5
JablonskU Redlegs ...... i 5
- Long, pirates i $

1.

3j;

BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL CAGERS (reading left to right);
Jack' Perantle, Jim Reece. Ray Bacot, Ray Reyes, and Owen:
Sutherland, s j
- "'.
Balboa High Bulldogs

To Meet Rams Tonight

Wednesdav nleht at 8:00 the

Balboa High School Cagers will
meet the Athletic Club in thelri

second encounter at the Balboa

Gymnasium., The first meeting
of these two teams resulted in a

62-28 win for the Bulldogs.

The AC team i has been rein

forced, by the addition of new
personnel, and the team mem members
bers members have been working hard on
conditioning and team plays. As
a result fans can look for a clos closer
er closer and better ball game. Y

A preliminary game between

the Junior Varsity and the Fa

culty team will get things un

derway at 6:30 p.m. in their first
encounter the Faculty had little
trouble with the students.

These. .s:ame were originally

scheduled for Thursday, May 3.

but had to be moved to wednes-

BALBOA Hleh Sports C!is

day night. There is another date
change in the Balboa High

School schedule and '. that in

volves the Cristobal High School

game at Balboa. That game has

been shifted from Friday May U

to Thursday, May 10.
Probable starting lineup;
Balboa High School
F James Reece
F Dan wlnklosky ;
C Ramon Reyes
G John perantle
' Q Owen Sutherland -' -
v ""Athletic Club
,W Manuel Peres v ?
" F Wally Trout
I C Fred Raybourne
G Charles McArthur
G Edgar McArthur

King Scores Easy Victory

In R.Pe Labor Day Handicap

;-RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yankees .".
. Berra, Yankees ...... ..
" JablonsW. Redlegs
' Post Redlegs . .. .....
Wertz, Indians
- ; v -. ? ' v

.' .. RUNS
't;yyx .; ; ':'
'Yost, Senators
1 Bauer, Yankees v. .......
Mantle, Yankees
Berra. Yankees . ...a.

GlUlam, Dodgers ........ 11

16
15
13
13
12

IS
13
12
11

HITS

.Lon. Pirates ..' ;. 20
i Bover, cardinals ........ 1"
Olson. Senator ......... 1
-Mantle, Yankees ,......18,
Wertz, Indians ........ 18
' Skowron, Yankees 18

pitchtog

Wynn. Indians
obrN. Phillies ...

Ford, Yankees
Pierce. Wh'te Sox

(6 tied with 2-0)

W
. 3
. 3
.3
:.i

0 1.000
(i i.nnn
o 1.000

o 1.000

Isaac Gustlnes' highly rated

Argentine-bred f I v e-year old
chestnut horse King yesterday

lived up to expectations with an
easv four-leneth victory In the

featured $500 Panama Labor Day

Handicap for Class F imported
thoroughbreds over, a, distance
of one mile. '
. . J. .... a
King displayed unusual early

speed under Jockey Alfredo Vas Vas-quez'
quez' Vas-quez' confident rating while he
chased pacesetting opulento to

the far end or the backstretch
before making his move. King
drew 'alongside Opulento with
ease and quickly took command
then raced away from the latter
to score by four lengths, full of
run. '.
Opulento was losing ground

fast atv the e&d to Cartlllero

which, wound up only e three'

quarters of a length behind the

former. The other ; starters

Postlnovich, Ornamental Star,
Lion's Claw, Febrero II, After Me

and Iguazu were completely
outrun,? ::yi;U,:;-":)tirt:"',

i King's 1:42 i5 for the mile

was fast time under prevailing
conditions. -,- ;, "'.

. Blakemere unleashed a last

minute spurt in the final six sixteenth
teenth sixteenth to nip Tony by a nose In
the 750 seven furlong secondary
attraction for' B and C Import Imported
ed Imported horses. The time was a relat
tlvely poor 1:30 25,lr
' Alfredo -Vasquez and Amado
Credldio were- the day's top
riders with two victories each.
However, Braulio Baeza and Osr
valdo De Le6n were not far be
hind. They had me clean cut
win each plus a dead heat a a-board
board a-board Rabiblanco and Ika in the
fourth race. v ; 1 j
De Leon also won with Florera
which returned 827.80 In the

day's bieeest upset Another

Juicy priced winner was Lanero

at 125.40. ;

.The dividends:

; FIRST RACE- -. '.
1 Panchita (exdu'ded from bet bet-,ting).
,ting). bet-,ting). .i '

2 Chepanlta $4.60, 2.80.

SECOND RACE v
1 Lyrical $620, 3 40. 2 60.
2 Dona Beatrix $3.40 3.
3 Fontalnebleau $3 80.
First Double: $27 26

THIRD RACE
1 Takeaway $4.20, 3, 220.
2 Liboria $3.20, 4.60.
3 Redondita $2.80.
One-Two: $9.28
. FOURTH RACE
1 x-Rablblanco $2.80, 2.60.
2 x-lka $14.60, 3.80.
x-Dead heat.
' i .. Qulnieia: 16J

FIFTH RACE

1 Hurling Park (excluded from

betting).

2 Elko $3.80 (no place or show

Deiungf. (
SIXTH R ACE
t Supersun $6.40, S. 2.20.
2 Arpegio $2.80, 2.40. J ''
3 Clprodal $3.40.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Florera $27.80, 6 40. 3 20.
3 Encachada $5 40, 3 20. ?-
3 Reflector $3.40.
' Second Double $130
EIGHTH RACE
t Lanero S25.40. 12.60. 6.
1 Two Colors $3 0, 2 60.
3-Proud Pearl $10.
Quiniela: $34.80'
NINTH RCE
1 Kin M 60 2 0. 2 20.

3 Ooulpnto S.?0, 2 20, :
3 CarU"ero M.40. '-. '.''

One-Two: $6.60

. TENTH RACE
1 Plakemere $4.80, 2 80.
2 Tony $2 81,

ELEVENTH RACE
1 Patatazo (excluded from bet-
tin?).
2-Tingat $5.20, 2.40.
3 Dlst'n?o $2 60.

i .TWELFTH I? ICE
1 Greco $1020. 5 40.

2 Royal Stream $3. ,.

y By MILTON RICHMAN

NEW YORK. May 2-TJP) Al

Lopes claims "As Al Smith goes
so go the Indians'' and both

Smltty and Cleveland were going

great guns today. :

To hear Lopez talk, the 28-

year-old Smith has become

Cleveland's new "key man" and

that was pretty much toe story

last night as the Indians nipped

the Senators, 3-2, with the help

or any wynn s 3even-nit pitch

ing. ... -
"Smith lb our best hitter In
the : clutch Lopes Ins ists.
"When he doesnt hit we don't
win. And when lie does h't we
do." : ;--w ., .,-Smith
Smith .,-Smith collected three of Cleve

land's .nine hits lat night while
boosting his average to 445 and
the Indians to within a half-

game of the second-place White
Sox. He led off the seventh In Inning
ning Inning with a homer cf f Pedro
Ramos and also had a double
and a single. :
Wynn turned In another stand standout
out standout performance.. Although he
has admitted his heart lsnt al altogether
together altogether In his work because of
recurrent reports that he Is rn
the trading block, he pitched
brilliantly in striking out nine
men, walking only one and rack racking
ing racking up his third straight tri triumph.
umph. triumph. ', :

The Baltimore Orioles knocked
the Chicago White Sox out of
first place In the American
League by beating them, 3-2, in
11 Innings. Four errors caused
Chicago's downfall and it was
the last one, a wild throw by re relief
lief relief pitcher Dixie Howell m the

Ii3l;3nEl Lcgu3 J American

Teams

Milwaukee

St Louis ....
Brooklyn .

Cincinnati
New York .:.
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia

Chicago .

Pet
23
-.600
583
M5
.400",
300
,417
.273

GB Teams 1.

New York
Chicago .
Cleveland .

H WashUign
1 .Boston ".
1 Kansas City
2 "Detroit..'.
3's Baltimore

'4 9
9 1
' r
4.
4
3

' TODAY'S GAMES ?
New York at Chicago
Brooklyn at Cincinnati tsy
Pittsburgh-at St Louis fN)
(Only games scheduled)

L Pet GB
3, .750
2 .714 1 Vt
5 -5 2
T-iOO 3 i
6 .400 4
I'm "nyt,
9, -357 ,5

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'

Brooklyn 000 100 0001 6 0
Cincinnati 100 100 lOx 3 8 1

Ersklne, Labine (7) and Cam- hr'nit

uiu oaucy, Kew xorX
LP Ersklne. HR Frank Robin-

TODAI'S GAMES 5,
Chicago at Baltimore v
Detroit at New York .'i -
.Kansas City at Bostcri -'
Cleveland at Washington (N)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS r

000 000 2002 t I
104 022 00s ? H O

son (3).

Pittsburgh,
St. Louis f

Uttlefleld.

v, voaaso Law ana snen- Kansas nt nnn oni non

ard, Atwell (fl); MlzeU, Jackson Boston ( 020 000 0CO-2 7 1

nuu ouiu nr-ri c. iir Kreiinv inn nirhsn. tr.

Gromek, Marlowe ; (51. Maas
(6). Fovtarlr I1 mH C'ri.n nm.

S?l S2? 10 0 on: ford and Berra. LP-Gro-
001 W0-2 7 0 mek. HR-Mantle (5).Bauer ).

Mizi. :

I field, Sisler (8) and Whits. LP
Porterfleld. HR Gernert

Philadelphia 200 0101004

Milwaukee 022 Q00 20x 6

m fronond basewltf, "the "3- cZS j-
rrMt4 man-lso?HdRliMa
ager Marty Marion most was s

j w,n"f naaai com- New York 000 lOiOOO 2

iv-t ? 6 ,r w Chicago 000 100 000 I
their previous six games. Relief 1 WMV -h wVttTn

pitcher George Zufwtak.xwM.BraS il.r.Z

credited with the triumph

The Yankees took over first
place with a 9-2 victory over
;the Tlsers as Mickey Mantle
and Hank Bauer hit home
runt and Wh'tey Ford posted
his third stralgKt complete
game victory with a seven-hit
ter. Steve" Gromek started for
Detroit but departed In the
fifth after giving up seven,
runs on at many hits, '

A perfect squeeze bunt by Joe

DeMaestrl brought in th win

nlng run-1 in the eighth inning
for the Athletics In a 3-2 tri

umph over the Red Sox. Lou
Kretlow hurled a seven-hitter in

gaining the decision over Bob

Porterf ield. Dick Gernert horn

ered with one on for Boston In

the second Inning.
Milwaukee moved atop the Na

tlonal League with a 6-4 victory

over Philadelphia. Reliever Dave

jolly pitcned his way .out of

oasea-ioaaea, none out siiuation
in the seventh Inning and kept
the Phillies throttled after, that

to notch the victory: Eddie Mat

news walloped a two-run homer

off Murry Dickson, who went

down to- his third straight de
feat .-' -.- 1 .
The' Cincinnati Red! tft
stretched their winning streak
to flVf games in beating the
Brooklyn Dodgers,, 3-L behind
Johnny Klippsto'n's six bit
pitchfcir. -:.t.

Klippsteln, who defeated the

Dodgers four times last year,
was infrequent hot water because
of seven walks but bore down

and pitched hig way out of the
lams. Jlookie outfielder Frank

Robinson homered in the first

inning off loser Carl Ersklne;

; Those surprising Pirates won
their third straight game, beat

ing tne -cardinals, 4-2, even
though manager Bobbr Braea,

had to employ three pitchers in

the ninth innins to do so,

curt Roberts' two-run double

with two out In the ninth broke

a 2-all tie and tagged wilmer

(Ylnegar Bend) Mizell with his

first defeat after two victories
In a row. Elroy Face, who reliev

ed Dirk uttieiield in the seventh

was the winner but when the

Cards threatened In the ninth,

Braean used George Munger; U'
no Donoso and Vsrn Law.

Willie Mays clouted two triples;

arove in one run and scored an

other In leading the Giants to a
2-1 triumph over the Cubs. Jim
Hearn gave up four hits and
struck out five batters In rejlv

tenng tne Victory for New York
over Chicago.

YESTERDAY'S STAR Al
Smith, whose three hits paced
the Indians to a 3-2 victory
over the Senators.

Hacker. HR Hoafe.

' 3 Cleveland 000 100 101 S 9 1
. 3 Washington 000 200 000 S 7 2
(8) Wynn and Heran; Ramos and

-rn BerDeret .HR Smith (3).
; ; (11 innings)
- 'Chicago 100 000 010 002 10 -4
6 2 Baltimore 000 000 020 013 9 3
4 2 Harshman. Howell rat nA

Hacker, Lollar; Pallca, Besana (8), Zu-s

iverink (10) and Smith. WP-Zu-

verlnk. LP -, HoweU.

. ..." 1 ii t
S - ff'v'' 'u--L- ). '.......o-...y,.:...

Atlantic Little League

JJ.. IIVVVI tmt

Player-Team 1
Hytenin. Braves

Cotton,' Bottlers
Lute, Braves
Ebdon, Pirates :
Camacho.Cubs
Blalkowskl, Pals
Kenwayti Pals -Kleef
kens, Pals
WUder. Bottler
Thomas, Braves
Cooper, Pals;
8anchez, Pirates
BiUlson, Mutual
Rlccio, Braves
Wainio, Mutual
Peters. Braves
Broom; Braves'
Field,. Mutual
Chin, Pirates V
Hilty, Pirates :

Games
21
22
21
15
22
21
', 21
'20
22
21

18
12
21
.21
21
- 20
12
.20
19
is: 1

AB
66
61
63
36
58-
53
64
44
67-
70
43
32
59
.67
.60
51
13
53
43
33-

Bits
38
31 :
30
14
" 22
20
24
. 16
19
23
- 14.1-
11
. 19'
21
19
16
4
16
13
9

Ave.:
.576
".508!
.476
' J89
.379
.377
' J75
'.364
.' .333
1 .329
.326
J23
J22
J18 i
.314
.308
.302
' .302
-.290,

RBI
35
28
24
;10
21
'14
8'
8
. 3
16
4
'2
' 6
14
16
. 10
6
8
18
. 7
I

2-b
13
7
"13
4
7
" 3
7
7
3-
5
2
' 2
2
' 3 -.
2
2
1
- 2 -2
2

S-b
J.
0
-1
1
1
0
6
0
"0
6
1
0
0,
1
0
0
1-
0

HR
a
3
3
0
e
0
' 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 :
0
0
0
o
0
9

Atlantic LilUe League
' Batting Records

(20 or more Innings)

Flayer-Team
Lutz, Braves
Hytenin, Braves
Kenway, Pals
Leon, Pals
Cronan, Bottlers
Wainio, Mutual
Bath, Mutual
Drohan, pirates
Villamarzo, Cubs
Christoph, Pir.
Scheldegg, Pir.
Quinn, Cubs :
Wilder, Bottlers

W.
10

Fct
1.000
1.000
.777
.750
00
.444
.375
.400
.288
- .286
.250
2M
xoo

P'chd HIU SO
59 16 126

60- 13
4923 40
46 36
64 23 60
50 13 60
52 48
25 13 36
4223 44
41 51
23 23 30
3713 53
41 52

2i
69
61
79
71
44
18
41
34'
20
13
51

BB
16
18
20
19
71
22
51
15
36
57
54
. 32
33

Elt
' 6
6
12
9
47".
37
29
26
39
45"
47
37
39

ERA
.610
' .600
1.449
1.173
4.360
4.410
3.345
,6.161
5.485
'6.830
II Q90

,5.949
,5.710

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Race To

Run

NOTROUBLE CiUUon did not give Ben A. Jones the least Wt
nfJrouBU until the colt Injured his, hip. 1

VFW Teener Baseball League
- ; v'.... s 4 ";.- t. v 7
Opener Scheduled Saturday

The VFW Teener Baseball
League swings Into action with
the opener between the Atlantic
All Stars'and the" Pacific All
-Stars teeing off at the Mount
Hope Stadium, Saturday at 2:00
P.m.- :-
"?,,:,-. -;-....
Mounting Interest In the con contest
test contest between these two bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight Combines has tha league
. barraged- with countjesa: ;quPS ;quPS-tions
tions ;quPS-tions relatinc to .the. rules and
regulations which cover the play
"and selection of players, manag managers
ers managers ftnd.oaRhes. iC'
' In an endeavor to I'lrnish the
public with all the information
on these subjects, pertinent
parts of the league constitution
'are nerewun presentee.
Article II Objective The
objective is to inspire ,the tyouth
of the Panama Canal Zone to a
higher appreciation of fair play,
pood sportsmanship, good con conduct
duct conduct and better citizenship;, to
foster a greater participation, in
basebcll ; through a competitive
opportunity to play in the vet veterans
erans veterans of Foreltrr Wars National
Teener Baseball Tournament In
the United States.
Article ill Section 2 a.
Competitors must be registered
- in a United States rate school.
b. All aspirants must he at least
13 years of age prior to Austst
1. and may not : have reached
their 16th year as of that date.
, c. There shall be no dl3crimina dl3crimina-tlon
tlon dl3crimina-tlon because of. race, color or na-
i tionality, ,
--- --rf -''- -- ..rvt";:
Article VI Selection of man man-acers
acers man-acers and coaches. Section la.
The managers of the Atlantic
Teener All Stars and the Pa'cific
Teener All Stars shall be select selected
ed selected by their respective i area
leagres. b. Coaches shall ,pj jsel
ted by the manasrer of the

v'e iW -S'n-A11 rules and, reflation, not
JJrI. A,U tfU shft"b!l encompassed in this instrument
the manager of the team thatshaU be as prescribed bv the

lteCa!l7in$.
Cervecerla Tciirnsy

Katie Call, newcomer to Pana-eacIj ?" must be included.)
ma, Won over medalist Penny Dan-I . i
iell to take : t h e Championship'," h Mped that the forego ng
Flicht of the Cervuppria Vnnrna.!tracts 1 from the Constitution

ment held at Gamboa Colf.Ciub.l01 the V.F.W. Teener Baseball

Katie and Penny played close g0If,"aKu will clear up the flues-

with Katie being two up at the
" turn. She took. 10 and U and Pen Penny
ny Penny wasn't able to make them up.
The match was closed on the 15th.
In the first flight, Ethel Peranti
won over Lee Knuth. Both gals
were playing it close, Ethon pitclH
ing up for "gimmie" putUs and
Lee sinking the long one to tie.
Ethel had Lefe two down on 16
took the 17th to make it three and
one. -..-' r
Chi McQue took Ann Toild six
and five to come out winner of
the second flight. Chi played her
usual game not being in tup much
trouble during the eighteen; v
In the third flight, Jcane Mor Morris
ris Morris won three and two over Eve
Wright. Jeane was one down at
the turn and came back to take
foul1 holes out of seven to win the
SStch on the 16th. ir
The fourth flight Went' cn' to
"sudden death", with Martian Bet Betters
ters Betters winning over Wilms Banks
on the 19Ui hole, Marion pitched
on for a sure putt and Wilms,
missed hersi-
Peggy Montayne won five and;
four over Nellie Peterson in the!
fifth flight. Peggy was up ail
way and closed the match out on
the 15th hole.,
The silver prizes given by Cer Cer-veceria
veceria Cer-veceria for winners and runners
up were, beautiful. During the tour tournament
nament tournament b:er was furnished for
b o Lb spectators and participants
which makes this" one of t ie most.,
popular tournaments on the lsth-'
mus. Cervecer'a also tpnded an
excellent Bu et after th
were awarded.
prizes
1

J

wins the series, d. The coach of
the VFW Teener All Stars shall
be the losing 'manager of the ae aeries.
ries. aeries. .. '
" Article x VII -w Selection of
Teams. Section la. The area Ah
Star teams shall' be composed of
the 12 outstanding players in
each respective are to be. select
ed by a committee of 5 persons
appointed by. the league in, each
area. b. Any, teenager 4 meeting
the1 eligibility requirements t an
set forth in Article III Sec. 1J
shall be permitted ff to compete
for a 'place on the all star team
of the area in which he resides,
provided he has plaved in at
lcast 5 games in a recognized
;ieagUe,
-' ArtlpU.VIJtLeasue play.
Section 2a. The schedule shall
consist of not less than 5 games
and not more than 7 games to
determine the selection of -'the
all star team to represent ; the
Panama Canal Zone.-- 5 ,-(
' Article IX Selection of VFW
All Stars. Sec. 1 The VFW
Teener All Stars shall be select selected
ed selected by a committee of five which
shall be composed of 2 members
from the. Atlantic Area,. 2 mem members
bers members from the Pacific Area, and
a coordinator who shall be sel selected
ected selected by the VFW League. The
competing managers may. be sel selected
ected selected on this committee, b. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen players shall be selected hv
the committee, and together with
a manager, a coach and ft rep representative
resentative representative of the Panama ca canal
nal canal Zone VFW, shall compose the
team which travels to the Na National
tional National Teener Baseball Tourna Tournament.
ment. Tournament. ;
Article XI Rules and Ref
lations. Sec i The playing Held
shun h. n wiaftJi cl
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V.F.W. National Teener Baseball
Tournament! Of f irta u mn nf
the requirements being, that in
'.selecting an All Star tsam to
compete in the National Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, as if the case in the Canal
Zone, at least one player from
niiiwi U UCCti ajl OIIUll
interest to the baseball public.
GusBell
. i E'.V DUDS Gui BlU shows
you the new uniform worn by the
Beds. The emblem was first used
in 1809, when the Cincinnati c'ub
finished the season undefeated.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Ben Jones I
out to win hit seventh Kentucky
Derby, May 5. In this, the fourth
of m'k exclusive diapetchet, Amer America's
ica's America's greatest trainer tells about
the other six victories for NEA
Service and The Peneme-Amer
. lean. .
V-; By BEN A. JONES
' Calumet Farm Trainer
rioUISVILLE (NEA) AD Ci Citation
tation Citation needed was a race and i
place to run. v
My fourth winner of the Kentucky

Derby and third for Calumet
Farm was" ready to run at any
time, any place, any distance over
any sort ot a track, v
Citation was the. greatest horse
ever produced at Calumet Farm.
He gave indications of his ulti ultimate
mate ultimate greatness even as a young
foal playing in the fields. v
' Prom the time Citation was put
In training, I. felt that the only
worry we might have about the
colt was doing the wrong thing with
him.,
I was confident that he would
be a champion if we did our work
as well as he did his.
Pitatlnrv Hift iftlt elv US the
least bit of trouble until he' injur
ed his inp.
One of the big reasons was that
he was cared for by Steve Genii,
one of the best grooms I ever saw.
Steve spent a lot of time with
horses he was assigned to, kept
thom in snnd shane.
a a room can hive almost is
much to do with the success of
hnraa i the trainer. ..The
ffrnnm sDendi the most time with
a horse. The trainer depends .on
him for all important observa-
tinn nf hnuf thp hofS l actinE
when tl e trainer is busy with oth
er things and not arouna ine wam wam-ing
ing wam-ing barn.
Citation presented the smallest
training problem of any of the
six Derby Winners I handled:
It. was a pleasure to nave a
horse like him. ,- -; y.
; XTi Ponder beat more good
horses than any other Derby win winner
ner winner trained by Ben A, Jones. -, -,
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tinez' Mar-tinez' bout with Tony De Marco
in Boston, June 16, further a a-roused
roused a-roused Commissioner Julius Hcl Hcl-fand
fand Hcl-fand of New York. Martinez is
managed bv Bill Daly, who is
barred iflN.Y. .
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CLIMBER Kilbarry appears to be taking Lt-CoL F. W. C. Weldon over this obstacle. one stepi
at a time. This sort Of performance in training at Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, England.1
J hardly -will, lead to Olympic. Game's competition. Equestrian events are scheduled in Stockholm.

Along The Fairwoys
: PEREZ WINS ROD5LLN
IFTOURNEI,
Art Perez used five "IF" shots
to score a one under par 71 to
take first nrize in the IF Tour
ney played at Rodmah Saturday,
On the front nine Perez naa s
pars, 3 birdies and one bogey for
a 9-nole score of 34. On the pack
nine he picked up pars, one
birdie and two bogeys tor a one
over par 37. . r h ;
Charley Humble took second
place honors shooting the front
nine with an even par 36. A 38
on the back nine cave him an
18 hole score of 74. -Humble used
a total of 4 "IF" shots; all on
the front nine.
Dale Bean and v Clyde Shaw
came in tied with 75's. Bean and
Shaw took merchandise prizes of
their choice. .By agreement no
extra holes were, played to deter determine
mine determine the third and fourth place
winner, .-.v..-. '..vv
PEREZ LEADS IN RODMAN V
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP j
Art Perez took an early lead In
the Rodman Club Championship
this weekend when he fired a
72-75 in the 36 hole qualifying
round. The long ball hitting Ma
rine sergeant has served notice
that he is the man to, beat for
the medalist trophy. To date on
ly s competitors have qualified
for the Championship Flight.
Oliver with a 77-79: Bell with a
79-84; Humble with a 85-77:
LCDR Hudson with a 78-83 and
Perez., Eighteen hole totals show
Harrison with 78, Henry 79, Rit-
ter 75 and Bean 77. Deiending
Chamo Wesley Young baa not
qualified vet but his work Is def definitely
initely definitely cut out for him. Perez
with a 3 over par qualifying
round has put the pressure on
the f leld. ;w .v ; : i :-'. t
, Clyde Shaw took triple bogeys
on t and 10 to come In with an
82 on the first 18. At the end of
A holes Shaw was one over and
it apeared that he was In the
running. .-- '' '
in the ladles division the num
ber of entrants does not warrant
reporting at thja time. Rae
Hughes last year's winner Is no
longer on the Isthmus. Runner Runner-up
up Runner-up Ann Todd has yet to qualify.
It Is a toss up between Ann Todd.
Liz Hadley, Marge Hazy and
Maxlne Ritter for medalist hon honors.:,..
ors.:,.. honors.:,.. ,. .
So far only 37 have compietea
their qualifying rounds
The course is In excellent
shape for the tournament. The
deadline date lor quauiying
rounds is May 6. The tourna tournament
ment tournament 1a onen to members who
have paid dues for the months
of February, March and April
and of course a paid membership
for May. :
First matcnes musi oe com com-nleted
nleted com-nleted hv Mav 13. All competitors
must arrange their matches at a
time mutually agreeable to ootn
golfers. '
Tragic Kills UtaHa
life Race
ciainis mm ,:
""RAVENNA, Italy, May ? (UP
British driver John Heath,
critically injured in Italy's J
Mine Migiia antomoDiie race
Sunday, died today sending
the death toll for the race to
ii, (
Heath, a 41-year-old native
f Wybridce who lived In Lon Lon-don,
don, Lon-don, left the road on a curve
at Gloria Di Mezzano 13 kilo kilometers
meters kilometers from here.
HTi condition Improved yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday but took a sudden turn
for the worse last night.
The MUle Miglia race was
labelled "collect've homicide"
by an Italian deputy, after
Sunday's blood bath. A num number
ber number of Italian newspapers have
joined in cries that It should
be banned.
EARLY AGING
ORLEANS, Neb. (UP) -Nancy
Mitchell, 15, Orleans, feels
old. A competent tap and ballet
dancer, she has been teaching
since she was 11 years old. She
Started taking lessons when she
was three.

4

Master Your Game . No. 14
Stick IV Putting Line

. By JACKIK BURKI i
.,- Mister of the Masters
Written for NEA Service
In putting, visualize a line you
want the ball to go on and stick
to it
. ' -f t, h . '-: ;. ';?: ;
; The average golfer makes the
mistake of aiming his putter after
he has addressed the ball rather
than before. Address yourself to
the line and do not after the face
of the putter once you have done
Think only of making solid con
tact between it and the ball.
Rf0aivlli nf l-nfftth mitts
should be hit in the same tempo. I
Lengtnen toe stroae, do not quick
en it. '.r ,;,-;'v vv
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Though the average golfer reads
the' break of a putt well enough,
he seldom makes sufficient allow allowance
ance allowance for it in the address. He
usually addresses the putt as
though it were straight m, con-
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'Girl In the Red Velvet Swing'
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Today IDEAL .20 .10
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"SE SOLICITAN MODELOS"
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the ball. More often than not, he
is on the lower or "sucker side
of the cup. ;vv;
If a putt has two feet of break
to the left, make allowance' for
this in the stance.
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to the left of the cup, not on the
cup. The. break will take care of
itself. t .
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tance distance is more important than di direction.
rection. direction. -
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left ef irons from the chip.
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NARROW ESCAPE Donald Dixon, left, prospective bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom who was injured in Dayton, O., when a bomb wrapped
as a wedding gift exploded in his hands, is in fair condition.
The University of Dayton student was Injured three hours
before he was to wed Sara Louise starrer, right Three others
were also Injured by the blast

jTurbulent Texas Weather
ITraps Two School Buses

T.nMF.TA Texssi May 2 (UP)
The death toll' in three days of
J turbulent Texas weather rose to
six lsi night with the drowning of
a H -veer-old boy at Lometa.
. High school student Billy Ed
Whi'tenburg drowned after a school
J bus stalled on a structure called
the Antelope Creek bridge, A wall
of water swept the boy and a girl
! companion down the creek as they
headed for high ground.
BOth grabbed a tree, but a Goat Goatling
ling Goatling log struck Whittenburg and he
lost his hold. His body was found
(down the creek.
' The girl held1 oh to the tree and
was rescued by Thomas Knc.K, 21,
tthe bus driver. Four other children
'ratrhml hitrh around safely.

-! Whittenburg's death brought the
three-day casualty toll to six dead
land seven injured. ,
i The Weather Bureau predicted
'some relief for the storm area this

' afternoon, when a high level irougn
that caused the disturbances is ex ex-fpected
fpected ex-fpected to pass out of the state to
ine norweasi. '
The trough occurred when warm
gu'f air mixed with a cold front,
th! Weather Bureau said." v
I Eight children and a bus driv driver
er driver were rescued by Crump Sides,
;of Barnes, when another school
bus was trapped in flash flood
'near Abbott. ....
, Sides tied a rope to a telephone
po'e and wSded into shoulder-deep
' water to make the rescues one-by-one.
Eight other children got
out of the bus and reached higher
1 ground before the bus was swept
Into a pasture.
Tornado funnels were reported
TODAY
.75, .40
1:00. 2:45, 4:35. G:45, 8:05 p.m.
Bursting
the floodgates
of emotion...
shattering all
barriers of
Tace and
time!
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LANA TURNER
RICHARD BURTON
FRED MacMURRAY
. JOAN CAULFIELD
MICHAEL RENNIE
EUGENIE LE0NT0VICH
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sighted over a wide area of central

Texas, but only two touched thejrowfui farewell today to its be-

eround. with little- damage.
Flood or near-flood conditions
were reported at Menard, Brown-
wood, and Gates vine, west or. wa-
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Little League
Boys 4 Girls 3
Seven babies were born In Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital during the pe period
riod period ending at midnignt April
25, according to the regular hos
pital report. During the same
period, 86 patients were admit
ted ana 84 were aiscnargea.
Babies were bom to the follow
ing American citizens: Pfc and
Mrs. Donald J. Prom, of Coco
Solito, daughter; AD-2 and Mrs.
Thomas D. Barrett, of coco So Solito,
lito, Solito, son; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sa'pp, of New Cristobal, son.
Babies were born -to 'the fol
lowing Panamanian citizens: Mr.
and Mrs. James N. Inniss, of Co
lon, daughter; Mr.? and Mrs. Jo
seph Powell, of Colon, daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Alberga. of
Brazos Heights, son; and Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Husband, of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, son.
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Richards' Reverse ;
Speeding Up House
Foreion Aid Action
WASHINGTON,' May 2 (UP) I
Chairman James P.-Richards of
the House Foreign Affairs Commit Committee
tee Committee today reversed himself and
cleared the way for quick house
action on the Administration s for foreign
eign foreign aid program, s,
The South Carolina Democrat
last Friday had threatened to
mark time" indefinitely on the
Administration's request for $4.9
billion for foreign aid in the com
ing fiscal year. ... ?
But he said today that he had
been "pretty well assured" by
President Eisenhower and Secret Secretary
ary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
that the program embodies the Ad
ministration's "main campaign" a-
gauist international Communism
forl957.
Richards said he received the
assurances Monday evening at a
two-hour White House conference
to which Mr. Eisenhower summon
ed top congressional foreign af
fairs leaders. Richards said he was
"satisfied" with the assurances,
But Richards said this did not
necessarily mean he would sup
port the size of the Administra
tion s foreign aid request.
"I still say that $4.9 billion is
lot of money," Richards said. "It
too much.''
Snow. Rain Bring
Floods To Ifalv
ROME, May 2 (UP1 Snow,
rain and hail brought floods to
day to an Italy already hard hit
by a rough winter.
Snow fell yesterday In Castel
luccio di Norcla, a village 2,000
feet up in the Appenlne range
of central Italy.
About 40 miles to the west the
rain-swelled Tiber flooded more
than 3.000 acres of farmland
near peru?la and Deruta.
A cloudburst caused severe
damage In the Siana area of
Tuscany. In the north, heavy
rains and hailstorms in the Ro-
vlgo and Ferrara areas raised the!
Po, Italy's largest river. It still
was within its banks early today,
however.
It was in the Rovlito Ferrar -rea
that post war italv's most
disastrous floods killed 273, left
223.000 homeless p.nd caused
$28n-million worth of damage In
1851. .
Meeting Of Civil
Defense Tomorrow
A Civil Defense meeting will h
held tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the
usu-jwb center m Balboa.
Members of the townsite's Civl
! Defense Self-Protection progra m
!are asked to attend as thp will
' .be a practice Zone Control Center
i exercise, ihe general public is in
m vited. t

"Let the people

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Mourning

To Jeloved Veep

WASHINGTON,' May 5 (UP)
a mourning' r.aDital said a sor-
loved "Veep" Sen. Alben W.
Barkley.
President Eisenhower led the
throng of notables and plain
folks at funeral services for the
homespun Kentucky o r a tor-
statesmanvwho "went down in
full armor" of the political bat-
tlelieid. ; v
Mr. Eisenhower, In s last last-minute
minute last-minute change of plana, can canceled
celed canceled a scheduled news 'con 'conference
ference 'conference to join In the capital'
last tribute to the former Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic vice-president. : -;
The Chief Executive was ac
companied by Sherman Adams,
the assistant to the President;
the entire White House legisla
tive liaison staff, and White
House press secretary James C.
Hagerty.
Dulles In Paris
For Five-Day Talks :
On Atlantic Pact
PARIS. May 2 (UP) U. S
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles flew here today to begin ft
five-day round of conferences
expected to transform the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Pact from, a military alliance
into a foreign aid agency.
He plunged at once into talks
with French Foreign :. Minister
Christian Pineau, spearhead of
the "neutralist" campaing ft ft-gainst
gainst ft-gainst U. S. policy which con contributed
tributed contributed largely to the proposed
shift in the main, emphasis of
me pact. i
The Secretary of State will
confer also with Premier Guy
Mollet and West German For
eign Minister Helnrich Von
Brentano before the full council
of the pact begins its three-day
meeting here Friday.
Mollet and Pineau leave late
next week for Moscow to confer
with Communist Bo3s Nlkita
Khrushchev and Premier Niko
lai Bulganlnu;-;;;''"f ';;'-;'';'"-""'
The Atlantic alliance is not
expected to abandon Its defense
activities altogether, but -tills
week's meetings are expected to
shift its .main drive from the
military to economic and cultu
ral fields.
Most European members of
the pact are said to feel that
changes are necessary to meet
Russia's efforts at economic in infiltration
filtration infiltration of the free world, but
there is no overall agreement as
to what the changes akould be.
Eisenhower Urges
Armed Forces Doy
Observance May 19
WASHINGTON, May, 2 (UP)
f resident aisennower urged a a-mericans
mericans a-mericans today to observe Armed
Forces Day on May 19 by empha emphasizing
sizing emphasizing the "peaceful aspirations"
of the United States.
."In the present world situation,"
he said, "it is not important that
our own people and others through throughout
out throughout the world who believe as we
do, should be cognizant of all as
pects of our national strength.".
False 'Application
For License $25
Because he falsely wrote on his
application for a Canal Zone driv driver's
er's driver's license that he had never ap applied
plied applied before, John L. Barrier to
day was fined $25 in the Balboa
Magistrate s Court ',
The 39-year-old American, who
works as a dispatcher for t h e
railroad, applied in Cristobal for
a driver's license on April and
according to authorities failed to
pass the written examination.
Last week he reapplied, this
time in Balboa, but indicated on
the new application that had nev never
er never before applied.
. The charge Barrier faced today,
and of which he was found guilty
was "fraudulent application for an
operator's license."
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Ike Names May 13
As Mother's Day
WASHINGTON, May 2 (UP)
President cisenhower has pro pro-elaimed
elaimed pro-elaimed JfayJilJsJilptljex'xJDAy.

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knout the truth and the country we" Abraham Lincoln

PANAMA, R. r WEDNESDAY, MAT 2. 1958

Washington Says

The Senate and House, where
BarKiey served lor 40 years, ai-
so were represented by a large
delegation of Democrats and
Republicans.
Services were held in Foundry
Methodist Church, with Dr.
Frederick Brown Harris, Senate
Caspian, presiding. ;
Dr. Harris said in his eulogy.
"...He went down in full ar
mor with unabated power."
Harris kept his eulogy snort
st the request of Mrs. Barkley.
. The eulogy, while simple, ex expressed
pressed expressed in glowing terms the
love and respect with which
Barkley was held by h's coun countrymen
trymen countrymen and by his colleagues
in the Senate and in the poli political
tical political world In general.
Dr. Harris said Barkley was
"a partisan with deep conviction
and yet without ft blind spot
that cannot see the integrity of
any opponent's position... one
who counted it as a part of his
religion to help see that his
country was well-governed."
Harris, who had known Bark Barkley
ley Barkley for years, commented that
he "met with unbowed head
Local-Rale Leaders
Thank SeyBoId For; i
Panama Canal Tour
The sincere appreciation of the
officers of the Congress of Civic
Councils was expressed Monday to
Gov.' John Si Seybold for making
it possible for more than 450 resid
ents of the Latin American com
munities in the Canal Zone to take
an orientation trip through the
Panama Canal.
' Authorized by .Seybold In re response
sponse response to a request made by Civic
Council representatives the trip
was taken ; Saturday aboard the
Panama Canay ferryboat President
Porras. Space was alloted to the
Civic Councils of each community
in accordance with the population
of each town.'1
The employes and their families
boarded the ferryboat at Gamboa
and made the trip southbound
through the Canal to Balboa. Dur
ing the trip, the working of the
locks and the highlights of the
Canal were described by Edward
Barlow, Control House supervisor
at Miraflores Locks. A physician
and a policeman also made the
trio with the emoloves.
A similar trip was arranged last
year for U.S.-rate employes and
their families.
OAS To Meet Here
To Commemorate
Congress Of Panama
WASHINGTON, May 3 (UP)-
The Council of the Organiza
tion of American States (OAS)
agreed.; unanimously today to
hold ft special session In Pana Panama
ma Panama to commembrate the 130th
anniversary of the' Congress of
Panama. '
The s proposal was originally
advanced some weeks ago by
Ambassador Luis Quintanllla of
Mexico.
; Ambassador J. J. Vallarino of
Panama exnressed to the coun
cil its unanimous vote today the i
anpreclation ot his government
of the honor shown it by the
council He suggested that the
council wait a few days to deter determine
mine determine a definite date for the
meeting so that he could con consult
sult consult with his government re
garding a time convenient to all.
The dates of June 22 or July
15 have been mentioned as suit
able. They were the dates re respectively
spectively respectively on which the Con Congress
gress Congress of Panama convened and
adjourned in mc.
Showdown Slated
On How.Short
Should Be
EAST HAMPTON. N.Y.. May, 2
(UP) A public hearing was
scheduled today to decide once
and for all how short women may
wear their summer shorts in this
exclusive Long Island resort com
munity. .' :
The village board will decide
after all sides have been heard
from on May 10 whether to adopt
an ordinance ordering women to
"cover that portion of the body
from midway between the knees
and hips to and including? the
shoulders' ,

Alben W,

and unembitlered heart life's
losses'1 and "found constant
fun in living and reveled in
laughter." -
An hour before the service,
knots of plain citizens, mostly
women, stood beneath umbrellas
In a cold drizzle on the side
walks near the church. At about
10:10 a.m., police let them enter
ine church balcony.
Within the white-walled sanc sanctuary,
tuary, sanctuary, Barkley 'a bronze casket
rested at the Communion railing
Deneam a large spray oi red ros
es, other flowers, including
cross of white carnations, lined
uie rail.
Electrical System
Replacement Bids
Solicited By Canal
Bids are now being solicited bv
the Panama Canal Company for
the complete replacement of the
electrical distribution system- at
Pier 7 in Cristobal Bids for this
work will be opened Friday morn morning
ing morning in the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights.
The. work, which will be similar
to that now being done at Cristo
bal Pier 8, will consist of the re
placement of wire and cables, the
conduit system, the telephone wir
ing sytem, the ship-to-shore light lighting
ing lighting system, and the installation of
new wiring to the air raid siren.
Specifications stipulate that the
work be completed w i t h i n 180
days. ' '."(''
Tropical Paint Co;,
Chain Singh Given
PanCanal Contracts
Three paint contracts, : calling
for the interior taintins of 22 a-
partments and three houses locat
ed on both sides of the Isthmus.
have been awarded by the Pana
ma Canal to the Tropical Paint
company and Chain Singh.
The Tropical Paint Company
mane a low Did of si,385 for the
painting of eight apartments and
one house in Balboa, Ancon and
uiaoio Heights.
Chain 'Singh made a total bid of
$2,459 on two invitations for the
interior painting of 14 apartments
and two houses in Ancon, Balboa,
Diablo Heights, Gatun and Mar-
garita. .-. t -..
Apartments included In the paint
schedule are Nos. 026-J, 0426-J
and 0560-B in Ancon; Nos. 752-C,
793-A, 077S-D, 0776E, 800D, 7651,
767C, 1515-B and 1581-A in Bal
boa: Nos.' 5091 A. 5515-A and 5619-
B in Diablo Heights; No. 119A in
Gatun; Nos. 8027-B, 8056-D, 8101-C,
8100-C, 81-3-A and 8113B in Mar
garita. i
The following houses are to be
painted: No. 881X in Balboa, No.
0814 in Balboa and No. 8161 in
Margarita,

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Goodbye
Great stained glass windows at
the sides and rear of the church
softened the light In the sanc sanctuary.
tuary. sanctuary.
Outside, on the sign where
Sunday services usually are an
nounced, were the last words
Barkley uttered:
"I would rather be a servant m
the House of the Lord than sit
in the seat of the mighty."
US-raler Held For
Drunken Driving
Dealh
While police in the Zone were
trying to identify the body of an
elderly Jamaican woman killed On
Bolivar Highway last nieht. the
driver of the car which allegedly
struck her down was 'charged to today
day today with driving while intoxciat intoxciat-ed,
ed, intoxciat-ed, causing death-of bodily inju-
ryt ., I
John L Dougan,1 a 48-year-old
American was picked up yesterday
after the accident occurred on Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar Highway near the filtration
plant His car was heading south.
The case, which' came before
the Cristobal Magistrate this
morning, was continued until Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon. Bail of $350 was
set. Police believed the money
would be raised by this afternoon,
They have been trying to locate
relatives or friends of the dead
pedestrian Whose body is now. at
the Coco Solo morgue. Anyone
who has reason to believe they
can, identify the body has been re requested
quested requested to go to the Cristobal Po
lice Station. !.
Dougan is a refrigeration mecha
mc who works for the Mainten
ance and lives at Margarita. :
Patient At Mental
Veteran's Hospital
Garroled By Inmate
MONTROSE, N.Y.. May 2 :UP)
A' 32-year-old mental patient at
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Veter Veterans'
ans' Veterans' Hospital was strangled last
night by another patient at his own
request, police said today.
Authorities said the victim, Rob
ert M. Herz, 32, of Bockvule Centre,
N.Y., was garroted with a pillow
case in his bed after lights out.
The hospital is a Veterans' Admin Administration
istration Administration hospital for mental cases.
Hen's alleged slayer, whose
name was not made public, was
tieid lor questioning in. an Isola Isolation
tion Isolation ward, police said. He was
found sitting disconsolately on
the edge of his bunk a short time
after the slaying and told hospital
officials, "Yes, I did it."
Police said three other patients
claimed to have witnessed the gar gar-rating.
rating. gar-rating. One of the witnesses told
police he saw Hen and the alleg alleged
ed alleged slayer in conversation yester yesterday
day yesterday and heard Hen plead, "Please
put me out of my misery." :
Hospital officials said the alleg alleged
ed alleged slayer had no previous record
of violence.
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world s most fabulous, city New York. Biggest structure' of
world 1 1 most fabulous city New York Biggest structure of
Its kind, the huge new exhibit hall house trade and industrial
shows, conventions and other activities In Manhattan.

George Meany Comes Out On Top
In Test Of AFL-CI0 Leadership

.WASHINGTON, May 2 (UP)
AFL-CIO president George
Meany emerged on top today in
a test of his leadership and the
willingness ot the AFL-CIO to
assert some authority over mem member
ber member unions..
The test came at a special
meeting of the AFL-CIO execu
tive council yesterday. All but
five pf the AFL-CIO vice presi
dents from 27 unions attended. 1
- The council took ft slan at the
big international Teamsters
union, perhaps the largest in the
AFL-CIO, and at its 18 building
trades unions which make some
of the oldest In the labor move
ment.' '
The council endorsed Meany's
successful efforts to break up an
alliance between the Teamsters
Union and the. ousted Interna
tional Longshoremen's Associa
tion (Ind.). The AFL kicked out
the ILA in 1953 on charees it was
lniiitratea by racketeers.
The council also voted to
pursue the question of Whether
the teamsters violated the AFL.
CIO constitution in making the
nowcancenea pact.
Then the council ruled that 18
building trades unions, lnclud
Police Stop Fans;
From Going To See
Mexico City Bout
MEXICO CITY. Mav 2 (UP)
Federal prosecutor Carlos F. Sodl
said today Municipal traffic
authorities who made it impos
sible for spectators to see Sun
day's prize fight here have been
charged with violating their ci
vil rignis.
f Traffic official halted buses,
taxis and private cars bound for
El Toreo Stadium, at the city
limits, forcing thousands of fans
to walk as much as two miles to
see Mexican flyweight Memo
Dies meet Danny Kid of the
Philippines in the main event.
A city spokesman said traffic
was halted because a semlflna-
11st suspended by the Mexico City
Boxing Commission was on the
Toreo Card. The stadium, In
Mexico province," is not subject
to commission rulings.
Sodi said city authorities have
been accused of "violation of the

constitutional rights of indlvl- Kraus contacted the wintering wintering-duals,
duals, wintering-duals, violation ot hiehway laws, over; party in the Antarctic last
and abuse of authority." week but talked to them in code.

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Ing the teamsters, have violated
me, Af l-lio constitution' by
threatening; to block comnlt.inn
of the AFL-CIO merger at state
and. city levels.

The 18 unions declared Frldiy
they would do their best to post-v

pone further mergers of AFL
and CIO state federations and I
city councils,

The groun has been ratt.l'.r.W

with industrial unions from the

wo over jurisdictional problems. ;

Algerian Minister

En Route To Pais :
Vc!aOICcK:r.ce-
ALGIERS, May 3 (UP)- Minister-Resident
Roberta LaCosU left
here by air today for Paris to take

part in the; French government's i

commence vote and to report on 1
the strengthening nationalist cam-
Although the vote of 'confidence
in the government is a foregone
conclusion, Mollet is anxious to
have all his ministers about him,
and it will give another opportuni-

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ministers on the situation here. h

inere is m me mmas,or oniciais
here, that not only the rebels ar
tougher and stronger, they are al also
so also getting much bolder, and the
rivalries between the National Lib-,
eration Front (F.L.N.) and the Na.
tional Algerian Movement (M.A
A.) are becoming more acute. ;
Radio Ham Makes
Two-Way Coritact
With "Deepfreeze1
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WARREN,' R. I., May 2 (UP)-,
A ham -radio operator today made
the first two-way voice contact
with members of "Operation Deep Deepfreeze"
freeze" Deepfreeze" at McMurdo Sound in the
Antarctic.
- C.'. .Newton Kraus talked with
Navy Radioman A. Blaine Gar Garrett
rett Garrett for about 20 minutes and then
hooked up a conversation via tele tele-phone
phone tele-phone between Garrett and his
wife, Millicent, at Joplin, Mo.
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