The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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NEW OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH President Elsenhower, has
'approved the above photo of himself for his personal use use-It
It use-It will be one of the pictures used by the White House in
response to thousands ot requests received yearly for Presi Presidential
dential Presidential photographs.
Eisenhower Definitely
Intends To Come Here

.WASHINGTON May 9 (UP) President Eisenhower
announced today that he now definitely intends to attend
the June 25-26 meeting of the chiefs of American states

tn Panamaunless extremely
prevent his attendance.
Mr. Elsenhower also an announced
nounced announced that he will under a
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Hie Cui...i MAvtuvive
examination would be from
head to toe. He said he was i not
undergoing the extensive .teste
' specifically because of his heart
attack of last Sept.' 24, but that!
his cardiac condition would ;pe
examined extensively during the
course1 of the total checkup. y
i Presumably he will enter Wal Walter
ter Walter Red hospital here for the
examination. He said the Boston
heart specialist Dr. Paul Dudley
White, te in Washington but he
did hot f know whether White
' will participate In the examine
" tion. . I
Other news conference nigh nigh-lights
lights nigh-lights as the President met with
- over 200 reporters.- i
1. The president described hew
incidents between Arab and Is Israeli
raeli Israeli lorces as unfortunate, but
he said he was hopeful that the
ceasefire arranged by U.N. sec-cretary-general
Dag Hammarsk Hammarsk-Jold
Jold Hammarsk-Jold would hold. Meantime, he
said : the whole Western world
was striving diligently to arrive
at a peaceful solution of Middle
East differences that j will be
more' permanent.
2. He felt that the Federal
government's employe security
nroeram basically is In good
shape, regardless of the "recent
i disclosures concerning Sidney
Hatkhv Air Force economist,
who was dropped tentatively 14
months ago because of alleged
Communist associations.
- 3. The President said he had
Invited Sen Walter 'F. George
(D-Ga.i. to enter his admlniS'
- tratiori in a post where his tal
ents in foreign affairs could
continue to Serye the govern
ment The post would be in con
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NEW YORK, May 9- (UP) A
television program which landed
a $64,0oo Jackpot for a jockey also
put him in touch with his father
who ie thought had been dead for
M years,, it was disclosed yester yester--
- yester-- ;
Billy; Pearson,. 36, said he would
go to Kansas City to meet his new newly
ly newly discovered father, Chester A.
fearsoft, 74, is soon as he could.
The jockey won the jackpot dn
the CBS television quii program
The $64,000 Question" by answer answering
ing answering questions on art. His appear
ance on the show brought a flood
of letters as does that of most
contestants oh the show.
Since most of the letters are
from weu-wishers, salesmen
cranks, many are thrown
and!
out.

However, a CBS secretary hapoen- Other.: The work also include the
ed to open a letter from Mrs.Ustallation of storm sewers.
Chester Peareon and when she" construction of street pave pave-read
read pave-read il, passed, it on to the pro- m ents, curbs, gutters and sidr

gram s master ot ceremonies, Hal
Mirch.

NATON.

( urgent developments here
nection with NATd. George ta ta-nounced
nounced ta-nounced he would not seek re reelection.
election. reelection.
lief that it 3 be dangerous
for .this counuy to attempt to
engage in an arms race, parti
cularly In long-range bombers,
with Russia. He said this coun
try should concentrate! on its
own requirements, based on its
peculiar geographic location be between
tween between two great oceans. w ;
Ex-Convicl Ilabbed
By Canal Zono Cops
On Vagrancy Count
An ex-convlct whose sits i is
"Bugcsy" was picked up by police
yesterday for vagrancy in the Can
al zone after two unsuccessful at
tempts to evade the law. .,
Today in Balboa Maeistrate's
Court, Clarence L. Drakes, the de
fendant who has a long police rec record
ord record including ten years izf the pe
nitentiary, was fined sis and warn
ed to stay out of the Zone,
"Bugcsy. si he is known, was
with a group of boys who ran up
the east ferry ramp at-La Boca
when they noticed an approaching
police car. He was picked up by
a ouicer wmie running across ue
field. He twice tried to escape from
police but was caught each time
and brought into the station
Drakes had a packase which
contained five cans of sausages In
nis possession. He torn the court
he bought-it for $1 from a friend.
Police asked him today wheth
er he remembered being warned
oy tnem on previous occasions
not to return to La Boca because
he did not reside in the Zone. The
defendant nodded. :
He has a long police record dat
ed back to when he was 13 years
oia.
Owen Street Work:
Finished In Flats
The extension of Owen Street
one of the last propects In the
reconstruction of the -Balboa
flats Area, was completed this
week and the work has been ac accepted
cepted accepted by the Panama Canal
Company, it was announced yes-
wraay oy me engineering and
ixmsirucuon Bureau.
The contract for the project
was awarded last year to C A
High, Panama City contractor
wno entered a low bid of 118.130
Work was started in January of
mis year.
The specifications called for
the extension of Owen Street for
approximately 500 feet so that It
now joins Pearson Street on one
end and Wight Street on the
walks and the placing of topsoii
and grass sprigging and sodding,

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Solon Renews
1
Plea For
Sea-level PC
WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP)
Democratio Representative Over
ton Brooks in a statement today
renewed his plea that the united
States construct a sea-level wa
terway to replace the present
lock-type Panama Canal.
Brooks introduced a bill in the
House to have printed as a
House document a recently-released
report of th National
Rivers and Harbors Congress,
recommending conversion of the
Canal. 1 . ...
He said one or more hydrogen
bombs could destroy the present
Canal and be a "pivotal blow"
to any united states war effort
The effect of such bombs on a!
sea-level eanaL he said, could
be repaired within a few days. N
The Panama Canal committee
of the, Rivers and Harbors Con-i
gretsj estimated the cost of con converting
verting converting the Canal at $4,879,000, $4,879,000,-000
000 $4,879,000,-000 over a 10-year period.
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Accident Cases
Resolved In Court
Two minor automobile acci accidents
dents accidents were resolved today in
Balboa Magistrate's Court when
one defendant, Fernando Buri Buri-llo,
llo, Buri-llo, was fined $10 and another
man, Clayton A. Brathwaite, was
given a suspended sentence, with
, 4-tdr-oid ran.in
-an 1. ed to vstop at a red hpnt
on Gaillard Highway near the
Miraflores Bridge, ramming his
truck into the truck just ahead
of him, and causing slight dam
age, .
After the- Judee was told that
both Burillo's truck and the
damaged one belong to the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Service, he remarked:
-Tnen they can fight it out
about the repairs.' He fined the
driver $10. w
The second accident Involved
a bus driver, Brathwaite, who
nulled out from a ston at La Bo
ca In front of the commissary
ana smasnea the tali light of the
parked bus in front of him.
Charge d with '"unlawfully
starting a bus before such move
ment could be made with reason
able s a f e t y," the 42-year-old
Panamanian was given a sus suspended
pended suspended sentence on condition
that he repair the tall light of
the damaeed bus. ;
He complained In court that
tne driver, or the otner bus iau
ed to move out of the stop for
some time. The complaint ex
plained he was waiting for a
woman passenger.
Million U.S. Cars
Cross Canadian
Une Durinq March
OTTAWA. May 9 (UP) Near-
ly one million vehicles crossed the
international Border into Canada
from the United States in March,
the Bureau of Statistics said yes
terday. This was an increase of
nearly 33 per cent over the same
month last year. 5
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(NEA Telephoto)
REVEAL LATEST BOEING B-52 Streaking by in a test flight is the new B-52C, latest In
the eight-jet, 400,000-pound Boeing stratofortress series. This photo, first released by the
Department of Defense, shows the new larger external fuel tanks under each wing tin which
differentiate this model from earlier R-S2 The es n- mile Der hour strategic long-range

bombers are powered by elgjt

Vxww the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P, WEDNESDAY, MAT 9, 1956

UNSCREENED

Troop tn TV-less servicemen's clubs, and more fortu fortu-.
. fortu-. nat set owners were on the same basis at press time today
retarding the troop Information TV service.
Neither was getting troop information or anything else.
viaTV.
Signal Corps technicians were hard at work trying to
' fix the microwave unit which feeds signals from, the studio
. at Ft. Clayton to the transmitter on Ancon HilL ...
They hoped to have the station back on the air some
time this afternoon. It went off at :51 last night

Death March
Sergeant Gets
Top Defense
NEW YORK, May (UP)
CoL Emlle Zola Berman, war
hero and a top trial lawyer, win
defend Marine Set. Matthew C.
McKeon on manslaughter
chareea arising from the Parris
Island "death march," It was an
nounced yesterday, v v
The announcement came from
statu Sunreme Court Justice
James R. M McNally, who also
announced formation oi a com committee
mittee committee of Judges and lawyers to
aid In the sergeant's defense.
Berman offered his services
without fee, McNally said.
McKeon, charged with order
inc the nwamn march that re'
mited in th drowning of six
Marine recruits, faces a court
martial next Monday at the Par
rla Island, S.C.; Marine base.
Berman Is president of .the
MetrnnniiUn Trtat Lawyers AS'
sociation nd a professor at the
New York University school of
law. i
re wi'l be S"istea tjyXT.or-
, p. (; '.!o f.f PW
; t., a b.owit-r-wia oi Xnc-
Keon.
U.-lavcrb!e 7irJj
Poslpons ll-B!a$l
ATinARD TJ.S.S. MT McKIN'
LEY OFF ENIWETOK, May 9
(UP) Wary- officials in charge
of Operation Redwing" nave
postponed the hydrogen bomb
explosion for another ,24 hours
because of uniavoranie wuius.
Leaders of the atomic task
fore announced last night after
talking to weatler experts that
the bia shot, is now tentatively
set for tomorrow afternoon.
It was the third time tne ex explosion
plosion explosion has been postponed in
the past lour cays.
Officials warned they are not
yet sure whether the air-drop
will even take place tomorrow.
They said the winds are "im "improving"
proving" "improving" but are still not right
The task force leaders are ex exercising
ercising exercising uhusual caution, remem remembering
bering remembering the 1954 tests when
miscalculation caused radiation
injury to a group of Japanese
fishermen, a number of Marshall
islanders and UJ3. servicemen.
. 5mDhf$100 1
Higlnlo Osorio was fined $100
today In the Balboa Magistrate's
Court on a charge of drunken
driving on -Gaillard Highway.
The 46-year-old ': Panamanian
could not be accused of speeding
however. When picked up he was
driving at five miles an hour.
Pratt and-Whitney J57 engines,

country is t "-iircAam Lincoln.

INFORMATION
FLAMEOUT
A man named Redhead
was
found guilty today in Balboa Ma'
gistrate s Court of speeding on tne
Ft Amador causeway..
Th defendant. George S. Red
head. 53-year-old American was
fined $10 on the charge. The ar
resting: MP testified that he had
clocked the defendant driving at
40 mph in a 30 mile zone.
When he confronted the driver.
he. said Redhead admitted speed
Before passing sentence the
Judge asked the MPs whether
the speed limit in that area had
been changed.. The military po
lice answered that between build
ing 105 at Amador and the offi
cers' mess the maximum limit
now was 15 mph. ;
Sen. Blender Sides
With Ike Against
Democratic Crilics
"WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP)
Democratic Sen. Allen J. Ellen Ellen-der
der Ellen-der today sided with President
Eisenhower against Democratic
eri'ir cf -Ti.iri--'tion defenje
'li.e Louisiana JEeiiator made It
clear 1 nan Interview that he will
not go along with a move by his
Democratic colleagues to m
crease the administration's budg,
et for the Air Force.
Ellender's position may 1 be
enouirh in the closely divided
Senate Appropriations Commit
tee to defeat a Democratic move
to add more money for the Alt
Force, v Democrats have been
threatening to add $1.5 billion.
principally tor stepping up pro production
duction production ot B-52 Intercontinental
Jet bombers.
"The president knows more a
bout military affairs than any ot
his critics," Ellender said. "I am
willing to follow his advice on
the proper size of the defense
budget. :.'"' .'v::;.:vv
: Ellender is a senior memDea or
an Appropriations Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee which today recalled Defense
Secretary Charles E, Wilson for
lutther questioning about the
administration's proposed def
ense budget for the coming fiscal
year.

Wet Season Key Losers Safe
With Chains From Lions Club

More people lose their car keys
during rainy season than during
dry reason, according to record,
but that doesn't mean that a lot
of people don't misplace or lose
their keys during the bright sum summer
mer summer days, according to over 50
Canal Zone residents who did ?'
' These 50 Zomtes has the plea pleasure
sure pleasure of receiving their lost keys
through the mail because they bad
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$ 60 Million
Oil Refinery
For Colon
The government of Panama
will sign two contracts totalling
$60,000,000 tomorrow morning
with two companies which plan
to Install oil refineries In the
province of Colon.
Agriculture and commerce
Minister Ignacio Molino will
sign the contract for the govern
ment with John M. snaneen,
representing Refineria and Fe Fe-troqulmlca
troqulmlca Fe-troqulmlca de Panama, S.A., and
Samuel D. AntopoL representing
ReHnerla Panama, S A. Each
contract is for $30,000,000.
Preliminary; work Is scheduled
to start Immediately after the
contracts are ratified by Presi
dent' Rlcardo Arias and his
Comptroller General. f
Some 800 persons will be em
ployed by the two companies,
which will import crude oil to oe
processed here for use in auto
mobiles and airplanes. ;
Racing US Airman
Marine Pay Fines
In Balboa Court
A US Marin ml in airman
who apparently were raciag each
other ; on Gaillard Highway sev
eral days ago were -each found
guilty, today in the Balboa Ma Magistrate
gistrate Magistrate i Court of reckless' driv
ing. I
The airmin. Arthur L. Cham'
Wee, 22, pleaded guilty to t h e
charge and was fined $15. :
Pe'e W.. vtlake, the r r'r
claimed i.e i::t I'y, A
fine was imposed on him.
Chamblee said he was driving
up Paraiso Hill from. Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel last Saturday night when
westiake's car was : touowing
closely behind. "These guys had
been' riding my Dumper tor quite
a distance," he said today referri-
ing to the marine's car which had
several passengers in it -. h
Chamblee's car ran off the road,
skidded 80 feet and turned over
with only minor scratches incurr
ed by his wife who was a pas
senger in the front seat. He
claims westlake s car torced mm
off the road.
. The marine, who was convicted
of reckless driving in February,
told the court each time he tried
to pass Chamblee the airman
would shoot his car away. He ad
mitted driving at SO miles an hour
(the tame as the airman was,, he
said) while trying to pass Cham'
Wee's car.
Chamblee is with the Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Squadron at Albrook and
the marine it stationed at Summit
radio.
the familiar "Lions International"
ticket in a little plastic case- at attached
tached attached to their key chain, which
guarantees return to the owner if
placed in the mall when found.
The Balboa Lions ciud announced
yesterday that over 9,000 key
chains have been mailed out to
Canal Zone car owners since the
beginning of the year, each hav
ing the plastic ease with a pho photograph
tograph photograph of the individual car li
cense on one side and tne uons
Club 'Postage Guaranteed' no
tice on the other.
Car owners may also request
duplicate key chains if more than
one set of ear keys is used. The
Balboa Lions Club, which started
this popular custom of sending out
key chains for car keys last year,
has received many requests for
duplicate, sets. .Recipients of .the
key chains are asked to donate the
sum of $1.00 for the key chains
(or more if they desire) to be
used in the charitable work of the
Lions Club.. This key chain fund
represents the major effort of the
Lions Club to raise funds for cha
ritable work in the community
since, as a Canal Zone organiza
tion, it is restricted from canvass canvassing
ing canvassing and other forms of moeny-rais
ing methods. It was announced,
however, that Zonites are quite
generous in their donations, since
the returns more or less-approximate
the $1.00 per key chain, on
each of which the Lions Club rea realizes
lizes realizes a revenue of 15 cents after
deductible costs.. v. k
So, if you have a Lions Club key
chain, and lose your car keys,
don't worry you'll probably get
them back.. ,.:

Cloak and Dagger
Swim To Sdviet A
Ship Unauthorized

LONDON. Mav 9 (UP)
thony Eden refused "in the
day why a British frogman

the Soviet warship which brought Russian leaders Nikolai
Bulganin and Nikifa Khrushchev to Britain last month."
But Eden admitted the mission of retired Navy Cmdr.
Lionel Crabb was unauthorized by the Cabinet and that
"appropriate disciplinary steps are being taken,"
Eden seemed to make a tacit admission that Crabb
vanished under conditions embarrassing to Britain when
he said "it would not be in the public interest to disclose
the circumstances
The opposition Labor Party furiously denounced
Eden's evasiveness about one of the most dramatic cloak
and dagger mysteries since the end of World War II.

The press has speculated that
Crabb was on an underwater es espionage
pionage espionage mission to inspect the
bottom of the Soviet cruiser Or-1
jonikldze 1 anchored In PortsJ
mouth harbor during the Bui
ganin-ruiruancoev visit. ;
The Admiralty has said only
that Crabb ; was missing and
"presumed dead." r
"While it Is the practice for
ministers to accept responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility fJ-'1 t- J J'wir.,, ff
Coiniuous, i knl, aj n necessary
in the special circumstances of
this case to make it clear that
what was done was done without
the authority or knowledge of
Her Majesty's ministers.
Appropriate disciplinary steps
are being taken."
Hew Clue Unearthed
In Disappearance
Of Chess ChamDion
CVH ArTTCTT M V HU O s- TTDa
Police checked a new clue todoy
in the mysterious disappearance
of Mrs. Carl S. Nye, 48, prominent
woman chess player and mother
of an ex-GI who was courtmartial-
ed in 1946 for the strangling of a
German girt.
Mrs. Nye. a chess champion and
the only woman ever to head the
New York State Chess Association,
has been missing since April 27,
when she left here for a weekend
visit to the new School of Social
Pesearch in New York City, where
she was studying for a master s
degree.
Police said an unidentified mo
torist told them yesterday he be
lieves a woman hitchhiker he pick picked
ed picked up last Friday was Mrs. Nye.
He said he and his wife drove
the woman from a point near the
Syracuse fair grounds to subur
ban Solvav. N Y.
Mrs. Nye was reported missing
last Friday, one week after her
husband took her to the bus ter
minal for the trio to New York
City. She did not renort at the
school and has not been seen by
friends or relatives since then. Po Police
lice Police believe she never got on the
bUS. ,.: .J
In 1946. Mrs. Nye's son. Donald,
then a private in the Army, was
courtmartialed in the strangling of
a German guv Maria Scnere,. in
Frankfurt He was sentenced to
life imprisonment but the term
was reduced to 10 years. He now
is reported living in the west.
Military Review,
Parade To Honor
Seybold Saturday
A combined Military Review
and parade honoring Ma. Gn.
John $. Seybold, USA (Retir (Retired),
ed), (Retired), Governor of the Panama
Canal Zotw, will be held in front
of Hangar No. 2, Howard Fiold,
Ft. Kobbo, Saturday at f a.m.
USARCARIB troops from
Forts Amador, Clayton and Kob Kobbo
bo Kobbo will join In this farewell
Mo to' the dopartinf Governor
who loaves for the United States
shortly. Military and civilian
porsonnol are invited to attend
and are uraed to bo in tholr re-
tpoetivo places not later than
$;35 a.m.

3.

nn com 1
Prime Minister Sir Art-
public interest" to reveal to
swam out and vanished near
Opposition LaW Party leader
Hugh Oaitskell d e n o u n ced
Eden's statement as "completely
unsatisfactory."
- ouspicioii mu3iineviiaDiy a
rise," Gaitskell said. He demand,
ed to know why Eden? was hid hiding
ing hiding "a very grave blunder that
has occurred?" j I
MC. 11 r A. I il.i '
"1 am afraid I 'must tell the
House I cannot vary from my
answer" Edn tv'A.'T,. nm, e
Uier conclusions .from wl
have said.
Loud Socialist Jeers of "we v
will? Interrupted the ;uncomfor
taoie prime minister, t v
"...And from what I have da
p lined to say," he continued.
"I repeat there are some de
clsions which only a Prime Mln-.
lster can take. I am convinced
after the most careful reflection,
that the decision I have taken
was the right and only one."
First-Aid Slalionsi.
On Atlantic Jide j
Alter Hours Monday
A change in the hour of opef-
atlon of the First-Aid Stations, -in
Atlantic Side communities ef-
fective next Monday was an
nounced yesterday at the Health
Bureau of flees at Balboa Heights,
will begin full-time operation
The station in Rainbow City
next week, with hours from 8 to
12 o'clock in the morning and
from 1 to 5 o'clock In the after-
noon. This First-aid Station. ,11 -presently
operating on a part part-time
time part-time basis. v
The hours for the First Aid
Stations in Margarita and Oatun
will be from l until 5 o'clock In
the afternoons beginning Mon Monday.
day. Monday. The station In Gatun has
been operating on a full-time
basis and that in Margarita on
a part-time basis. The change
at Oatun Is being; made because
of the decrease in the patient
load. w '
It was recently announced at
the Governor's monthly comer-
ences with Civic council repre representatives
sentatives representatives that changes In the
hours of operation ot the First First-Aid
Aid First-Aid Station would be made be
cause of the changes In the pay
tlen load at the stations. -
Schwalm Receives
Instruction Offer ;
From CZ Schools
Albert 'J. Schwalm, Jr., former
Balboa High School student from
Curundu, who is presently under undergoing
going undergoing therapy treatments at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital, has been offered an
instruction period .of one hour per
day three times per week by the
Panama Canal Schools Division.
The Balboa Lions Club, which is
sponsoring the charity drive for
the rehabilitation of young
Schwalm,' who was seriously in-.
jured in a motorbike accident In"
1955, announced that the Panama
Canal Company Schools Division
had offered the instruction to
Schwalm after notification from
Gorgas Hospital that his therapy
treatments, and in .particular his
i hands, had Improved to such ex-
tent that such instruction in school
work would be feasible,

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STEVENSON'S CIVIL RIGHTS PITCH

Sir:
Time Magazine which always "leans over forwards" to be
fair to the Democrats and especially Adlai Stevenson, objects
to involving President Eisenhower in the controversy over civil
rights, and refers to a speech made by Adlai Stevenson as a

' "piwh to place responsiDiuty on the president.
I Time says the "package" the Democrats hope to sell is "one
prepared by Chicago's Negro Congressman William Dawson; i.e.

that civil rights problems belong to President Eisenhower, since
i it is up to him to enforce the law."
"So vital a role do civil rights and the Dawson line play
j in Democratic strategy," says Time, "that in New York last
week Adlai Stevenson made a Dawson-like pitch the theme of
i Waldorf Astoria fund-raising dinner. . that attracted such
' civil -rights stalwarts" as Eleanor Roosevelt, senator Lehman,
I New York, and Mayor Wagner 6f New York City,
i Time always uses picturesque language and "pitch" is of
' the argot of the underworld for a spieler for a confidence game
J or some other racket.
So for the Mail Box readers who did not 'read "pitchman"
Stevenson's speech, which connected peace and freedom with
civil rights, and really broadened to human rights, here is an
; excerpt from his "come-on" talk:
. "There can be no lasting freedom in America, unless there
is peace hi the world. And there will be peace in the world
'. only when we, here in America, prove that freedom means what
we sav it means,
; "We must show that freedom is the servant of the poor
- for most of the world is poor that it protects change for
most of the world is in revolution that it is not color blind
' s for humanity knows no color lines. We must prove that
freedom contains the full measure -of Justice without whicn it
MiHlrt ha freedom for the strong to oDDress the weak."'

! ', It would be hard for a statement to be clearer or truer

I man comes up with a Republican cartoon along the same line,
i published last Monday in the Star It Herald. The cartoon
.' shows Adlai Stevenson looking worried, with an aim on four
. books, bearing titles; Roget's Thesaurus, Synomyms.and Anto-
rtyms. Erudite Elocution, and Dictionary of Uncommon Words.
1 Stevenson holds in his hand a newspaper with the head-
line: Democratic Chairman Butler says Nixon demeans and
! debauches entire American political system." Stevenson, in the
. cartoon, says "That fellow's stealing my thunder." As a mat matter
ter matter of record Mr. Stevenson said recently that Mr. Nixon "had
. poisoned four political campaigns." The only word in his state statement
ment statement over seven letters was "political" and I'm sure that even
the most illiterate Republicans know what that means.
; But there you have the Republican anti-egghead "pitch."
It Implies, when it does not declare, that anybody whose school school-,'
,' school-,' ing has gone beyond the seventh grade is suspect and might
t be subversive. It is a kind of blot that one who has passed the
I eighth grade should hide. According to the Republican "pitch"!
' there Is something wrong and suspicious about anybody who
1 knows the meaning' of such long words as "demeans and "de-
bauches." ...
Crede Calhoun

I SECOND GENERATION ZONIANS
Sir:
; if uncle Sam is really trying to run the Panama Canal
i Company efficiently he would be smart if he got rid ot the sec sec-?
? sec-? ond generation workers and turned this place over to qualified
f Panamanians who are not afraid of work. J i
I The people who erected the Oanal we goneifBut" their off
I spring are here and married and are the biggest gripers do
J the least work and forever want more pay. They gripe about
their housing. They dislike to cook. Too much trouble. They
! scream every time they must go to the hot sun to work. Too
hot and so taxing to the body. Tell me, you spoiled sons and
' daughters of old timers from the states, what city in the States
j Isn't hot in the summer?
. j. They want to play bingo and send their kids to the movies
J or ito old swimmer Grieser. He was the baby sitter in their day.
j Where else does a worker get two months a year vacation?
J Now don't bring up all that rot about your roaches, flies, hi.
i come tax, overseas station and such rubbish.
J This place was a good tax dodge during the war and even
better for escaping the draft. If you don't like it here, you
i Canal Zone sons and daughters of old timers, get out and work
J for a living. In the States you would be fired for your work
habits. You never had it so good.
Keen Observer

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Labor News
And ;-V
(Comment
This columa has beea prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel's aUfl wl wl-kowing
kowing wl-kowing a bedside conference witk
we stricken columnist)
From files of prominent Ameri
can labor leaders active in the
fight against the global Commu
nist conspiracy comes a report
uiii ue u.s. cenirai intelligence
Agency "nas information mat An
dre Vishinsky did not die a natu
ral deatn on Nov. 22, 1954, but was
poisoned in new York by a special
courier dispatched from Moscow
by me is&vu.
CIA has documentation, accord
ing to these anti-Soviet unionists,
tuat Visninsky, then chief -Soviet
delegate to ue United Nations,
had oeen recalled to Moscow after
the execution of former NKVD
boss Lavrenli Beria. He refused
to return. The CIA records, they
say, will establish that "there
upon, a special courier (whose
name is known to CIA, according
to the labories: (VR) arrived in
Isew Yore on Nov. 19 and Vishin Vishinsky
sky Vishinsky died three days later."
Ihese labor chiefs, who believe
VisuuisKy was murdered on or
ders from the Kremlin, add that
Kussian tmoassy oUiciais refused
to permit an American doctor to
examine the body according to
normal police procedure here. In Instead,
stead, Instead, tne death certificate was
signed by the Soviet Embassy
physician, Dr. Alexei T. Kosow.
1'he doctor returned to Moscow
witp the body in a special plane
on Nov.23.
Kosow has disappeared and his
whereabouts since that day are
"unKnown."
Significantly, Vishinsky, like
Ben a, was one of Joe Stalin's fa
vorite! and was trial prosecutor
during the purge in the Thirties
of outstanding communist leaders
who came inio Stalin's disfavor.
Today, like Stalin add Beria, Vi
shinsky is also being purged irom
Soviet history. They are being
"power-mad tyrants' "cruel mur murderers"
derers" murderers" and a host of other appel appellations
lations appellations unfit for the family news
pape.- trade.
This it part of the "new ap approach"
proach" approach" by the collective leader leader-snip
snip leader-snip of i- Bulganin, Khrushchev,
Molotov and Mikoyan a quarter
of assassins and partners-Li-crime
of Beria. These are the men who
served not just as puppets for the
ruuiieos btalin but as active ac accomplices
complices accomplices in ail of the terror,
purges and assassinations that
maik the Soviet dictatorship then
and now.
While fluttery" 'do-gooders" and
calculating politicians may fall for
or-accept the "new look" there thereby
by thereby handing the Russians still an another
other another propaganda victory over the
free world hard headed labor
leaders here know that there is no
"new" look.
They believe we are still deal deal-ins
ins deal-ins with what AFL-CIO president
GeorgexMeany alls "the mono monolithic,
lithic, monolithic, one-party dictatorship in
the hands of a narrow clique
whose policies are always unani
mously approved by tnose hand hand-picked
picked hand-picked by the Communist ruling
group to 'represent' the, people."
Meany holds the view that B&K,
who recently did their new song
and-dance routine at the Palace Palace-Buckingham,
Buckingham, Palace-Buckingham, that is are part and
parcel of the old, rotten regime
that has auDvertea decency across
the world. The hard-hitting, lolunt lolunt-spoken
spoken lolunt-spoken labor leader describe? to
day's Russian police state this
way: .
"It is a system maintained .by
sheer terror. It holds many mil
lions in slave labor camps and
prisons, It maintains Its strangle
hold througn continuing purges oy
firins sauads and a complete de
nial of labor and the fundamental
human rights proclaimed in our
Bill of Rights. I
Tor the pople behind the Iron
n..i Ik. jlinlfilnpchln U nn
oppressive when it is run by four.
or more tyrants irainea in ue Sta Stalinist
linist Stalinist school than when it was run
bv a linela desnot."
The AFL-CIO president has
warned that no ostensible
"change" announced by the col
lective czars of the Kremlin is
worth a watered-down ruble un
less it incorporates certain basic
changes. Meany has suggested
eight elements that would make
nossible a eenuine change in Rus
sia. The four most important of
these are:
"1.. Abolish the one-party sys system
tem system in the USSR and restore the
right to organize free trade un
ions ana Democratic pounca par parties.
ties. parties. -,,'.
"2. Release ALL political pris
oners and close AJUb concentra
tion eamDS.
"3. Cease ALL subversive and
espionage activities through all its
agencies. (This includes the
Kremlin-controlled World Federa
tion of Trade Unions which Meany
calls 'the most dangerous spear
head of the international commu communist
nist communist eonsDfraeyf.--:
4. Agree xo disarmament
thrnuEh international inspection
anil umrvUinn of nuclear and all
other weapons ox mass aesiruc
Rehind this toueh position sy
Meany on the "new look" in Rus Russia
sia Russia is his equally tough stand on
"neutralism' the concept of a
"softer" approach to Communist
aggression, as advocated by Wal Walter
ter Walter and Victor Reuther in particu
lar. That s tne nun oi ine increas
ingly -bitter feud between the old
API. resident, and the old CIO
-resident a hassle that Broke out
publicly only a few days sgo ini
Washington and will spill over
tgiin in ine monins anca.
PLEASEI
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UP)!
Lackland Air Force Base, which
formerly had more stop signs per
square block than any comparable
area in the. country is about to

become a driver's dream. An es-J expect the world-wide gross willj be an usher at "Godot"? . .Bob .Bob-timated
timated .Bob-timated 100 stop signs will be dj $15,000,000. ; .Phillip H. Lord, by Short (In his 13th click-week
eliminated and replaced with: who nvitnH T.anehnsters" and at the B verb Club) will star there

"Yield Right of Way" signs.'1

PANAMA AMERICAN

AN
NAIROBI, Kenya I do believe
that I was witness the other day
to one of the saddest sights a sen sentimental
timental sentimental man might see when Phil Philip
ip Philip Percivial ofMachakos stepped
down as president of the Profes Professional
sional Professional Hunters Association of Ken Kenya.
ya. Kenya. It was just as if a century
had died.
Old Phil had been proxy of the
pros since 1934. He was the quin quintessential
tessential quintessential man. He is a Jolly, rosy
fellow who looks less like a movie
idea of a pro than anybody I
know. He wears tweed coats,
smokes a pipe and likes his double
Whisky before dinner.
He just conquered cancer of the
throat and still complains that the
X-ray treatment dehydrates him
and makes him a little extra thir thirsty.
sty. thirsty. I forgot to mention that he
is1 past 70 years old.; ?
You possibly do not know that
rercival is' the white hunter on
whom Papa Hemingway based
most of his African hunting char characters
acters characters and that be presents, to us
who love the country, all that is
and Was good of the. original set settler
tler settler here. I wish Papa could write
this piece, actually, because I have
not the tools to say precisely what
sort of man is Phil v
I believe he is as tough a man
as ever lived, while being the gen gentlest
tlest gentlest and. most self-deprecating.

Walter Winched In

ROADWAY IEACON
Playwright Arthur Miller
and
Maiuyn
n Monroe ignited in 1951..
He met her on the set when she
was a starlet in "Yivs Zapata"
. . The H. Calvins (he was
the Wazir is "Kismet") have the
apartache.. .Diamond Jim's long
time Broadway lancV ark, is gone
. .Leslie caron s thrashing in
"Gaby" is done by Gloria Wood
. ."The Swan," with Grace Kel
ly (at the Music Hall), did hefty
1st W ek biz: $137,000. The so-so
box office returns (in some cities)
are explained by an MGM exec:
"She has never been a big draw
alone. Her films always featured
liable, urant, Stewart or mtcn
cock"
Wall Streeters wcrel
flooded' with a confidential letter
from Washington column indi
cating ike won t run. .wny am
"Mr. Wonderful" urge headquar
ters to rush police cars w ine
midtown apartment of one of the
show's featured dancers the other
3 a.m.?
Chamoatrne heir Count Alan de,

Vogue (of Reims) sinks Sherman Aydee Malagan, one ot the talent talent-Douglas
Douglas talent-Douglas is so sharming. .A Los ad sisters at Chateau Madrid

Angeles banker is trying to com comfort
fort comfort Jeanne Cram, recently es
tranged from her husband. .kob-
ert Stanford of "Most Happy Fel
la" (ooenint tonieht) and Jean
Harvey (Arthur Murray supervis supervisor)
or) supervisor) middle-aisle next month. .
David Douglas Duncan (one of
Life's top hocui-focusers) shifted
to Collier's as its only staff pbo-
togger. Salary about 330,000.
Billy Reed (Little Club) has a
logical complaint: "Why set, the
clocks ahead an hour at I a.m.
Saturday nights-our best night?
' 4ka in aarva liklrari
4. o aiailio. Miv -v. w
after l. wnv not se. mem aneaa
at 3?" i i .Roberta Sherwood an-
other show business Cmderella
.(embraced by this col'm and oth others),
ers), others), will be the Cope's star June
7th. Then to the New Frontier
(Vegas) Aug. 13.
Gina LoUobrigida'a "Trapeze"
fwith Kurt I .nrmtorl cost M.
500,000. The major film firms al-
wava double the cost (for prints,
distribution, oublicity. advertising,
an "tmnera- must do nine Hlil-;
iinn t Kr.t.en. The ewners
'"Counter Spy" (for radio), now

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A Pro Steps Down
By BOB! RUARK

As Hemingway wrote of him when
he was out here a couple of years
ago, when rmi dies he will die
as well as' any man ever died, as
cheerfully fearlessly and graci graciously.
ously. graciously. It seems to be a family
trait. ;
His brother, Blaney Percival,
who passed on at about 80 years
of age, grinned cheerfully when
the scythe swung nearer.
"They always said whisky would
kill me," Blaney Percival said.
"But I beat 'em. It took cancer to
do it." And he cocked a snook at
the wowsers.- ; v.rv,
Philip Percival is a' manvof the
same stripe as the late Kara Kara-moja
moja Kara-moja Bell, the late Jim Corbett,
the late Mike Cotter, and the pres present
ent present Pat Ayre, who stepped down
when Phil resigned. "';
These were Titans of the trade
men who loved the animals and
put up with the clients but once hi
a while lound -it possible to en
noble the 'clients merely by" their
association with animals and space
ana memseives.
Philip trained Harry Selby, the
best hunter I know. Harry started
with him as a mechanic and
enough lore rubbed off to make
Harry a modern dean, although
he is not yet 31.
Harry s best story of Philip con
cerns the time their truck cast a
-m ft x i i m .... ......
builds ships in Maine : .The Barry
Nelsons (he's in "Darling' open opening
ing opening tonight) were married the day
his last hit opened. "Moon Is Blue"
. .Chums of Jayne Mansfield's
estranged husband say the solitu-
ation followed her posing for art
students in Texas. .stave Allen,
now earning almost $250,000 per
annum, started at $150 as a die-!
spinner in LJL. ."Fort Knox,
Don Cornell's new Coral release'
should make him mint Victor
Moore, 80, makes the rounds of
TV talent agencies like a wide wide-eyed
eyed wide-eyed newcomer. The millionaire
comedian says: "You can get fat fatigued
igued fatigued doing nothing, too" .
Sudden Thawt: Considering that
the- "Godot" east is made up of
two miserable hoboes and a capi-
talist whipping his slsve, why
hasn't anyone wondered if "God "Godot"
ot" "Godot" is Communism! I
. 1 :
Senator Bncker't monopoly
charges against networks will
bring up the fate of a popular
Amateur Hour. .. .Henry Daiand
(bachelor all his life) will marry
.Young composer Bob Merrill
(18 hit songs in the last 2 years)
will become a crooner for Coral
Records. .Francoise Satan. 21-
year-old French femme author of
:'Bonjour Tristesse," used the
theme of 3 Broadway shows fori
Ler West book. "A Certain Smile"
. .Young girl falls in love with
man over 50. The theme of "Fan "Fanny."
ny." "Fanny." "Middle of the Night" and
'Happy Falls" . .Anita Elis at
Bon Soir is another reason that
spot's rope is sip. .Phil Silvers
is quotegenic in Collier's with:
"There's one or two things yoi
can do about fame. Get along
with it a little bit or enjoy it a
little bit, or resist it completely
and be an unhappy man."
Critics, who discovered a "pre-'
vocative mood" in the foggy "Wait "Waiting
ing "Waiting or Godot," recall Somerset
Maugham's tut-tut: "When a play
is badly constructed, when its peo people
ple people act without rhyme or reason,
and loose ends are left lying about
all over the place, critics say it
has atmosphere" .If you think
you're bored how'd you like to
until June.. .Jimmy Ryan's- aim-

shoe on the soft cotton soil of the
Serengeti plains. Phil clapped his
hands, ordered a chair and a gin,
turned bis back on the truck and

saw: ;. .
"You fbt it, Harry. I can't bear
ro loon at the Woody thing." -Philip,
despite the ravages of
time, gin, cancer, kidneys and
Papa Hemingway, looks no worse
than the clay he almost got me
otvorcea. mama was arriving from
Cairo and Phil and I tarried too
long over lemonade at the Muthai-
ga uub, which did not oreclaelv
iHcasa ue oi fin.
.L. I I
Philip wilt still eo and shoot the
necessary elephant, and when he
neaos for the long bar in the Stan Stanley
ley Stanley it is not vicarious curiosity
which sends him there.' But he
quit the chair tbe other day, be
cause,, as ne sain:
l ve naa too ; many- guns go
on in my ears and I'm a bit def
I can't hear what the young blight
ers are saying from the back of
the room.- Besides, Machakos is
too far out of town." ; . :,-
I would say mat there was more
than one pair' of wet eyes when
Philip Percival; white hunter, Ken Kenya
ya Kenya settler and fine gentleman
stepped down from his mighty seat
ana neaaea tor ue oar tor his
I noonday beer.
New Yont
ue: -Busy as we arummer in a
strip Joint" .Roy Hamilton's
Epic platter of "Somebody, Some Somewhere1'
where1' Somewhere1' (from ,H"Most Happy Fel Fel-lis")
lis") Fel-lis") will help make that tune a
swift hit .Genevieve Page (she
debuts in "Foreign Intrigue" short shortly)
ly) shortly) was discovered by Sheldon
Reynolds while waitretsing at a
Paris sidewalk cafe. .Hey,
Prince! There's Rainier Grim Grim-aldi
aldi Grim-aldi living at 318 Jamaica Avenue,
1 aa .a
The AP's Charles Mercer (tv
radio critic) just hit the lit.rsrv
bases with a homer. His book (un-i
tinea yet) comes out in the Fall.
RKO bought the film rights for
8100,000. Literary Guild will make
it a must-get i .H. Wouk's "Mar "Mar-Jorie
Jorie "Mar-Jorie Morningstar" will have avnew
enamg wnen u oecomes a movie.
Everett Freeman is co-adapting
.axawp! raaay uiayeisky'i
M,l first handle it Sidney. .Sina-
tra'a "How Little We Know" is
another spinner-winne. .- .Add ac
tresses who suffered on the way
up; wane wynter, one of the Hoi-
lywood Golden Girls, was snubbed
by Movietown a few years ago.
The rebuffs tent her back to Brit Britain
ain Britain in tears. .Esquire devotes
two pages to Jane Russell's Facel
When Jackie Gleason snaps his
fingers a small army jumps. His
personal staff numbers 22. ."To
Hell and Back" was war hero Au-
ie Murphy's heaven. His profit profit-sharing
sharing profit-sharing deal gavt him over $600, $600,-CC0.
CC0. $600,-CC0. .In "Zarak Khan" f Anita
Ekberg's slave dance is done in
transparent veils. (End of Yswn)
. .In film-making (as in colyum colyum-ing)
ing) colyum-ing) editing it the big trick. Mr.
Zanuck tola .an interviewer "Few
pictures were ruined by what they
cut out Many have been ruined
by what was left in" . .Star
Julie Harris is one of the few gals!
indifferent to gems and furs. One
local would have you believe she
doasnt own any, at all. .Cole
Porter'i "True Love" (from the
upcoming "Cafe Society" nee
"Pnila. Story") is sure to go big
with lovers. .Ethel Barrymore
rarely uses the word Broadway.
Says she feels it is a cheap way
of identifying the theater.
Davit' Rose, who usually offers
music, waxed something named
"Forbidden Planet" A noisy zero
- (Conttnned en Page 1)v

il:3

WASHINGTON &jme people
nave lifted their eyebrows over the
u i recenuy Helped get a
i0 Mr. the Kansas
City bootblack and influence ped peddler
dler peddler whom I earlier helped tend
to-jad. They recall that it was
partly over Maragon and his friend
Gen. Harrv Viioh m.i d.i
dent Truman called

choice epithiu; so sommde'KwlthTh.TiP,,,il,, h" dose
wonder whether SyS ..US

" I! ft Margon;. trip to
FOtsdam With thm P-Aci)ain Vt.
demotion of Gen. Wm. L. Lee,
his dabblinff in hlrV.m.rb-i a;.
monds at Potsdam, his gifts of
umv.-iurei panume to various
cabinet kdies were first exposed
1L this column H mtslikia V-
calling m liar, and later was
convictea ot perjury.
However. John M
little fros wav ever hi hH in
big pond. He was nowhere near
as i oaa as some of the really big
influence peddlers, both then and
now. And having served his time,
it seams" to 3V he deservel Ta'
break. The job he
borer in the House Folding room
isn't loins tO hurt tha tlvniv.r.
and all reDnrtt ara that ha'i
than earning his modest pay.
H&W TO ET FRElfc m
LITERATURE
Soma Intprpstinff fhinn liana
been taking place in the House
Folding room where John Mara-
gon, tue ex-influenc peddler, is
BOW emoloved. Thv nrruriort'ha.
fore he pnt.hil inlv ind invnlv
the man he is supposed to have
replaced Ralph Scalzo. Actually
Bcaizo iosi nis joo on Jan. 30,'
two months before Maragon we'
. M.,,.rfi,.u.. on r I
gressman wuilam Ayres of Akron
made headlines by charging that
Scalzo was fired to make room
tor maragon.

Here are the interesting facts,! wnid Pv the utility for the cost
however, as to why Scalzo was' ? 8t1,rul8 up. water ,nd Readying
iiH- Itheflow of the stream above.

The House Folding room is a Morse contends that federal dam.
place where congressmen get $ie M Property of the Unit Unit-j)teuhts
j)teuhts Unit-j)teuhts loiaeu and mailed out to "States anyway and that private
voters free. They can also get utilities should not be compensat compensat-booklets
booklets compensat-booklets on baby careJand vari-ie1 for we Privilege of generating
ous government documents mailed wter P0" from federal streams,
to the home folks either at cost1, Though the bill has been. gather
or up to. a certain limit-free. to8". dst in Senator Murray's in-
House Doorkeeper Luke Hicks tenor committee- for over a year,
has now obtained sworn affidavits suddenly, while Morse Lwas in.Ore in.Ore-to
to in.Ore-to the effect that extra documents,! .n and while O'Mahuey of Wypi
beyond the tongressman's quota. mm and Jackson of Washington
were delivered to the office ".. absent, Murray voted
Congressman Ayres under the di- the bill out of his committee. All
rection of Scalzo, the man Ayres the Republicans voted for it, plus
didn't want fired.. (Democrats Clinton Anderson of
. "On aeveral occasions, states New Mexico and Murray. Richard
an atfidavit by Otis Small, a la- Neuberger, Morsels colleague from

tHow Our Laws are Made.'
! "The secretary in the congress--
man's office told me to put them
down by one of the desks in the,
office, There was no order' taken
by me and none signed -by tbe
i.irptai-v 11 1 r- ...
-Another folding-room laborer,
wunam a. arooker, reports .mat
last summer Scalzo told him, to
deliver about 100 copies of the, $2
sericulture yearbook to Ayres.
plus about 40 or SO maps, about
50Q copies of "How Our Laws are
Made," and three eases of a book
let on iniant care. v
, Congressman Ayres was entitled
Is, iA tymm Antaa nf "Hrtur fYnr
Laws are Made." Beyond. that he
was supposed to pay 15 cents each.
A congressman is allowed 400 cop-
Iab a iha arvwiM(ltiif-4 vanrhnnlr an1
(0 maps In all. The allotment for
baby care booklets is much more
generous 500 per month.' ;
-1 This was the reason Scalzo was
tired. It was not to make room
for John Maragon, . .
biPLOMATIC POUCH
The U.S..bat quieUy banned the
shipment ot luxury cars to inoo-
aaklaa a. Tata. VAttanlt Ti1l H.).tivt
VUUilt ej vaiavM. vm
were driving around in big Cadil
lacs wnue me-poor were suu starv starving.
ing. starving. This was so bad for the peo-
a.la'a mAvala that Amanrnn affvia.
era recommended halting automo-
Animal Fair
ACROSS
1 The big, bad
8 Wild hog
State (ab.
12 Soviet lake
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WEDXESDAT, MAY 9, 1331

IVasi;i::3to:i

f.lER'RY-ed-Rou::D
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bile jmports to Indochina; except
stnctiy forTelief and rehabiliatioa
r,fk JicUtor Fr,BC0 Spain
fu 1 Serea nis 800d fiees to help
the West settle its troubles with
the Arab world. The offer Was
flelivered personally to President
Minister Don Alberto Artajo, who
N.vV Mubl.EnU 'S!

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est underwater navy-over 400 sub submarines.
marines. submarines. Russia is also building
new submarines at the rate of 85
a year. Yet the admirals are so
busy feuding with the Air Force
over air cower th' k. k
neglected our anti-submarine de-
icnses. bud cnasers and other anti-sub
weaooni ara .till
the Navy's priority list C t

Russia now hi tha ,..i-i- i

MORSE NO TRADER )

two stanch Democratic liberals,
Senator. Mnr.ari"0
a heated, off-the-record tow over
the downstream benefits bill which
benefits the private utilities.-- ;
"There is nothing you could have
done to undermine me more than
to vote out, a bill that's no. 1 on
the list of the private utilitise,"
Wayne Morse bluntly told his old
friend, Jim Murray of Montana.
"You ought to be the senator from
Montn. ,.n1 'ote your convict
non,j !. convictions of other
Senator. Morse,- who is fighting
a tough re-election battle in Ore
gon, naa canceiea an engagement
to introduce Senator Kefauver in
ouw u
yfl0B' n bsck to Washing-
ton When ha npirri that Murrav
ton when he heard that Murray
had voted for the downstream ben benefits
efits benefits bill. Under this bill, the fed federal
eral federal government, if locating a
dam below a private utility dam
nrpvnn: wm at naa nn v unainp wnn
I wh a log-rolling proposition
namely, to let the downstream
benefits cm get out ot committee,
and in, return,, the Hells Canyon
kju ' t- : l .. : x
wui, wmtu aAucmciir jinuiiaiii,
to Morse would lsq be reported
puf of committee. Morse, however,
faid no--' ...', i.
"Wayne Horse never, trades his
vote," he sent word, to Senator
Murray, ."Hells Canyon is impor important
tant important to me, but not important
enough to destroy, my indepen independence
dence independence in the Senate." ,
- Note Senator O'Mahoney will
now move to reconsider the down
stream benefits bill, which would
bring ;t up for another vote when
Morse and other Democrats ara
presemV. v,
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Animal fat brood
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"monv at Fort Amador. Jnrcp F. Molina (left), whn rcreivwi tniv4

honor among the civilian suggested, is congratulated by How Howard
ard Howard 8. Rochlin, runner-up tor civilian honors.' Molina received
check for $85 and Rochlin was awarded a $65 check Xor his
' suggestion. (U.S. Army photo) f r ..'

Moderate Segregationists Win

ries

WASHINGTON Msy 9 UP) -Indiana
primary returns showed
President. Eisenhower leading
Sen., Estes Kefauver today, by a-i
bout the' same margin he polled
when, he carried the state in the
1952 -election." ,.'i.-;.. s ; j I
The 'Indians vote ; was one of
five state, primaries held yester yesterday
day yesterday as part of party nominating
machinery for the 1956 conventions
and elections. Of the five, only In Indiana
diana Indiana provided -any test for can

didates Jor the Presidential nomH

, .... iir, ,.,''. y ,V t V :;':1

: However, the Florals Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic primary gave some fresh
" dees to Southern thinking about
the explosive ksue of racial
serffation. Gov. Leroy Collins,'
I-tilfc4 a '.erate on this fess",
won over lve c ;oneuti injui

I ma lor renouimaiion,

- .
Senators Start Work Again
On House-Passed Farm Bill
WARTTTNfiTON.' Mav 9 (UP) crats are snlit over this reaolre-

Senate Republican Leader William! menu

F. Knowland told nesiaeni jcisen-j ben. uinun r. Anderson (u (u-hower
hower (u-hower yesterday he is hopeful thejN.M.) said it would be unfair to
Senate will pass a new farm bill i farmers who have increased their

that the administration wul find
acceptable. ;
But when questioned after the
weekly White House legislative
conference, Knowland declined to
predict whether the Senate would
approve the soil bank "prepay "prepayment"
ment" "prepayment" plan requested by Mr.7 Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. ;.
The Senate Aerkulture Commit-

tee is scheduled tobegin work to

day on the "second try'! farm oui
passed by the House' last week,
The measure, built around Mr.
Elsenhower's $150,000,009 soil
bank program, omits most of the
features that prompted the Pres
ki-nt to vetu oricinal bill.

Knowland appeared confident

the Senate will not load tne oui
with amendments unsatisfactory
to the President-But he said "I
donl know what can be worked
out" on the advance payment

The sofl bank would pay farnvf The Civilian, Personnel Officer
ers for taking land out of produc- announced today that there a a
tion to helpTeduce surpluses. Mr.Wn-MO position open for a non non-Eisenhower
Eisenhower non-Eisenhower wanU to make up to, U.S. eititen as a refrigerator and

snn million dollars m uaymenis oix cuuiuuuumg mu-uv.

feed grain acreage in the past two
years. He said ft would result In
acreage cuts of 40 per cent in Wa
ington state, 33 per cent in New
Mexico, 28 per cent in Oklahoma
and 26 per cent in Texas.
But Sen. Robert S. Kerr 1 (D (D-Okla.)
Okla.) (D-Okla.) said, the proposal "would

give feed gram farmers a living
price for their allowable produc production"
tion" production" and also "pay them a living
price for what they take out of
production." Sen. Prica Daniel (D (D-Tex.)
Tex.) (D-Tex.) also favored the House plan.

Permanent Position
For l!on-l!S Citizen
Open in USARCARIB

this year to farmers who promise
to take land out of surplui pro production
duction production next yean
Democrats nave denounced the

vmont" nlan as unsound

and an attemnt to buy votes in

thm Novum her election.

-Anart from this dispute, about

t nniv mior feature at 'issue

in th new farm bill is an admi

nistration-opposed provision to m m-nrirp
nrirp m-nrirp iiiooorts for f ed

grains from the present 72 per cent

to 81.5 per ceni to piuj.
The House voted to require
farmers to put into the soil bank
15 per cent of their average feed
grain acreage for the last three
years in order to qualify for the
higher supports. Senate Demo

The applicant must be capable
of working alone on service calls,

preventive maintenance inspec

tions or follow-up, involving oper

ational check and repair of sealed
or open domestic refrigeratort,

water coolers and reach-in rein
gerators. .,:''

He must also work with higher
grade mechanics on maintenance,

repair and installation of air con

ditioning systems, .. reaching and

walk-in refrigerators and ventilat ventilating
ing ventilating systems. ?
. Annlications should be submit

ted to the Civilian Personnel Divi Division,
sion, Division, USARCARIB, Building., 23,

Corozal. ; s

73 Cases 01 TB
.....
Found In 5,142
PEnama Cily X-Rays

(Best Seller

More than five thousand chest-!

X-Rays were taken in April in Pa-t

nama uiy, as pari ox tne nation national
al national Campaign against tuberculosis
being carried out by ; the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian government in cooperation
with' the U.S. Point Four P r o

gram.-.. ..;

A total of 5J42 X-rays of the

chest were taken, of which 73 cas

es were found to be positive cas

es of tuberculosis and 149 were

classified as suspicious and habet

remained under study.

A "mobile unit of th- Department i

of Public Health visited the town'

of Chepo where 488 X-rays were.

taken last month. In addition X-

rays were taken in the national

dispensaries of Panama, C o 1 o ,n
and Santo Thomas Hospital.

Since the X-ray campaign start started
ed started over a year ago a total of 105,-

327 X-rays have been taken in the
provinces of Panama, Colon, Chi Chi-riqui,
riqui, Chi-riqui, Code and in several towns
in the interior of Panama. A total
of 1,752 positive cases and 2,910

suspicious eases nave been found
up to now. ;

.(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)

. FICTION Y
THE LAST HURRAH Edwin
O'Connor

TEN NORTH FREDERICK --
John O'Hara
ANDERSONV1LLE MacKinlay
Kantor -.ANDERSONVILLE
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Kantor
AUNTIE MAME Patrick Den Den-,
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MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR -.Herman
Wouk
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THE SCROLLS. FROM THE

DEAD SEA. Edmund Wil Wilson
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' Collins victory was "the Second
within the 'past week by so-called
moderates over Southerners de demanding
manding demanding a more aggressive fight
to maintain racial segregation.
In Texas, Senate Democratic
leader Lyndon B. Johnson won
control ilast Saturday of the party
organization from, Gov. Allan Shi Shivers,
vers, Shivers, who sought to exploit the
, segregation issue. ,';(. :
; The Florida and Texas results
teemed to ran counter to the
trend shown in the Alabama pri primary;
mary; primary; last week. However, neith neither
er neither indicated- any Southern wil willingness
lingness willingness to,abandon segregation.
. Republican attorney general C.
William O'Neill,., who has- never
lost an election, and Democrat Mi

chael V. Disallethe jolly former i

l ederal price boss, scored smash smashing
ing smashing victories to. win their party's
- nominations for governor.
Gov. Ftank J. Lausche, howev however
er however suffered a blow to his hopes
of winning the Democratic Presi Presidential
dential Presidential nomination ; in losing two,
and maybe three, -of 'his home
state's delegates in his favorite
:eon,.bid. y;.r-."?-
r, v -'4 y c-f 's,;:'
The governor, who' ssys he has
no chance- for the nomination,
probably will release his delegates
to Adlal Stevenson, He won 49
without opposition,' 1 o s t one
through disqualification,- and had
contest for eight, '
President Eisenhower.Svho was
not entered in the Ohio primaries
yesterday,- won 58 delegates with
out opposition. They were pledged
to Sen.. John W- Bricker. who

will release them to Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower.
er. Eisenhower. in the San Francisco -conven-'
tion.t -. . ...

"Sen John J. Sparkman (D-.

r 'y,-''.: ;:.
Ala.) said the party victory' won
by Senate Democratic : Leader
Lyndon B. Johnson in Texas Sat
urday "seals the doom of any
would-be third party in the
South." 1 ":. ; .-
Johnson, a dark horse posslkiH posslkiH-ty
ty posslkiH-ty for the Democratic presidential
nomination, wrested control of the

Texas delegation to the 1956 con convention,
vention, convention, from Shivers, whov sup supported
ported supported President Eisenhower four

year ago. -
Both Johnson and Speaker Sam
Rayburn have said their purpose

in contesting Shivers was to pre prevent
vent prevent a recurrence of the 1952" sit situation
uation situation which saw some Texas del delegates,
egates, delegates, led by the governor, re return
turn return from the Democratic conven convention
tion convention and throw their support to Mr.
EiQrhnwer, i
,75iiiujwnian,' the 132 Democratic
vice presidential candiate,' said
the victory of party ''loyalists' in
Texas last week set t "goldcrn ex example"
ample" example" for the rest of the South.
Another influential Southern
senator, who asked that his name
not be used, said Johnson's victo

ry "unquestionably is a strong

siroae" in neaaing on a possible
Southern rebellion this year, .,

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day Sun-day morninff at 9:30. and the first

Saturday of every month there thereafter,
after, thereafter, for the benefit of the poor
people. of Colon, under the spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of St. Joseph's Social Cen-
' No .money will be edllected,, but
each child attending the who will
be required to present a sift of

food, which will be distributed to!

the poor from the Social Center.
This project was made possible
by the generosity of the owners
of the theater and its employes,

ana ny ue wnoie-neartea coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the Caribbean Film Board
of Trade,- whose members will
provide the films free of charge.
Member of the association are
listed in an advertisement which
appears elsewhere in this issue.
The companies have promised
.t-t all pictures will be of a na na-;
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Jazz Singer Merrill

Z By DICK KLEINER

4l Hetn Mai-rill's looking for an
.other way to say "jazz singer."

3,hat,v t)ie"aray she,i billed and

most people agree she's about

the best around.

But she thinks the words jazz

singer" scare some people off.
object to the term," she says

"People get the idea jazz singers

are always oft-key and un-musi

cal. Actually, I sing a lot of bal

lads and I sing pretty straight

But when I m singing, I II some

times feel a certain note would

be better then I sing that- note

"So I never vsing a song the
same way twice. Unless I've re recorded
corded recorded a song, of course then I
have to sing it the same way all

the time."

H!n, a pretty- blonde who Is
the daughter of a New York tv tv-boat
boat tv-boat cactain, sprinkles her con

versation liberally with two words
"sensitive" end "sincere." To
her. aooarently, those words are

the keys to the m interpretation

of music.

made- nightclub
smoke.

act. Watch

True Life Adventures7

Cathy Carr L Helen Merrill

She inherited her love of music
from her mother who would sing
around the house. So Helen began
to sing early in life.
"Then I met some jazz musi musicians,"
cians," musicians," she says. "I felt they were
more sincere about their music."
She made few records and did
a little band singing, but her
career went nowhere because she
"didn't feel comfortable" on a
nightclub floor. So she quit. Then,
a year or so ago, she made an ap

pearance in Chicago, this so un-

A little wisp of a woman from

South'- Africa, named Mini Stain
(pronounced Meany Stain) writes

pleasauUitUepoemi lor children.

HuM had LeRoy Holmes set

them to music and you'll find the
result, "My Little World," now on
the market. The day the record recording
ing recording session was scheduled, Mini
was all excited. Just as she was

ready to leave came a telegram
from Holmes announcing a post

ponement.
Mini, who'd canceled 'some ap

pomtments to be on hand, wrote
an angry letter to Western Union
complaining about the late deliv

ery. Western Union dutifully (and
mistakenly) refunded to her the
cost of the telegram $1.29. Mini
wouldn't keep the money, Holmes
chivalrously refused so it went
to Muscular Dystrophy.

nenred her that

again for a -year. Last August she

started again.

Now her records on Mercury

and EmArcv are going fine,

she's a positive and commanding
figure on a nightclub floor and
aU'a right with her world except

how do you gel arouna ine woras

"lazr smeer?"

Another cal who's come up fast

on records is Angola Helen Cam

rine Cordovan better known

as Cathv Carr. Her "Ivory

Tower." on the little-known Fra

ternity label from Cincinnati, Is

the utirnrise hit of the year.

' Cathy dosorvos much o th
credit for Mr own hit. Th pretty
!! blond hat don a lot of

trtvolino-oingino m nightclubs
ad over th country and whoro whoro-ovor
ovor whoro-ovor she went she'd promote

Ivory Tower." Result in this ra
of singing groups and rock-and-roll,
ehe's th first now gal singer
to break through onto th record

cherts sine Jay P. Morgan.
Cathys is unique in on way way-she's,
she's, way-she's, been singing professionally
for two years without a recording
contract. Nowadays, new record
stars usually have had no ex experience
perience experience whatsoever. So Cathy is
all set-a record hit and a ready-

, Dick's Picks: Tennessee Emit
Ford may have anothtr winner in
"The Rovin Gambler" (Capitol).

Others: "Hot and Cold Running
Tears" (Sarah Vaughan, Mercu-

ury); "You Need Connections"

(Bans Gonzales, Blue Note);
"He's Got Time" (Jane Russell,
Connie Haines and Beryl Davit,

Capitol); "End of a Love Affair"

(Helen Merrill, Mercury); "Candy

and rlowers' (The Trrones

wing); "lakmg a Chance on

Love" (Helen Forrest, Capitol)

Motion picture music on now

albums: Decca has the sound
track music from "Picnic" and

the score of "Anything Goes."
featuring Bing Crosby, Donald

0 Connor and Mitzi Gay nor;

Columbia gets into the Eddy
Duchin act with some Duchin

originals on "The Eddy Duchin

Story;" RCA has "Great Love

Thems From Motion Pictures,"
played by Mai Steiner and his

orchestra.

Good now classical votal

albums: Angel has packaged '"The

Great Choruses" from Verdi op

eras on one lovely record; RCA

has "The Art of Akitl Schiotz,

a fine tenor, and the 1955 return

of Gigli on "Gigli In Garnegie

A3LS are

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X-ray photo was taken o( an
ancient Peruvian mummy,
owned, by the University of
Pennsylvania Museum. The
photo, above, shows a skull and
bones. The mummy was
wrapped in leaves, tucked in a
basket frame, and.covtred with

j a cloth resembling a patchwork
Quilt- Thanks to the X-rays,
I the package was opened with
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A terse and lively account of 1 and their authors announced by

how Americans live, what they

are winung, tneur ooubta and
fears has been written bv Wil

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ui uie ouoca piacea- m -circulation
recently by the Canal Zona
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tional affairs editor for Look
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notes taken on a three-month

tour of the United States which
followed several years residence

m Jiurope.

the Library follows:

won-nction Uranium Pro

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!!,allesseI whlcn colllded'Elks Horn on Sunday, at S d iZ
with ft British ship in the Eng-;&r tbe annual -Mother' nay
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ed when it rammed the 7.000-ton (respect to mothers with a ritualist

oHusn s learner 51. Helena aooui w service wiuun ine Home.
20 miles east of here. There was! ' ."
no report of casualties. j Rev. William Livingston, mis.
" (swnary serving Panama, tho Ca
' .inai Zone and Costa Rica wiil be
Th Honorable Picnic, Raucat;ithe guest speaker. Refreshments'
Rosemary, Stolz; Sunken Gar-;will be served followimi th ob

servance.

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Pineapple Chiffon Pie 4
Will Delight Any Mother
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WEDNESDAY, BUT S, 1951

r jr- -its,

Each awtte far tulwlaa

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NEW PREXY FOB DOCTORS' WIVES Mrs. Pat Picud-Aml, outgoing president rfto Doj Doj-tors?
tors? Doj-tors? Wire? Club pfiu an orchid on her successor, Mrs. Ruth Hanley. Elections were held at.
a recent luncheon at the Quarry Heights Officers' Club.

BRAZILIAN EMBASST DINNER J-
The Ambassador et Braill and Mrs. Agninaldo Boulitreau
Tragoso were hosts at a large formal dinner at the tabav
Residence last night which was attended by high tnvernment
dignitaries and, members of Panama society.

Captain William B. Tucker
Takes Over
In a short ceremony at Port A A-mador
mador A-mador this morning. Captain B.
Tucker, USN, wi installed ts
temporary Commandant of tte
MthNaval District, toktag over
from Beat Admiral i.MUton E.
Miles, who,' shortly-, afterwards,
left tht Isthmus for New Yore.
Visiter, From New Zealand
- Mrs. Jack Matthews, who arriv arrived
ed arrived on the SS:"Corinthia" on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, mornmt fro New Zeriand,

Coffey. Mrs. Matthews, nw Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Hellems, is the daughter of
to. and MrsHeUems formerly of
Sfiu"? r i. whw Mns Hellaras

" was Official rh?tSrPner for,?e'

canai up ; (t.f.

Mr. Jack VaUe'w vrai employ employed
ed employed by the Panama-American Pub Pub-;
; Pub-; fishing Company forynany years
fcefor; hi return New Zealand.
Mrs. Matthews will leave J by
planeon Friday for the United
-w. aha will visit in New

York and Pennsylvania.
Leav Fer lorepe
u. ..j Vn T.nlr Martins

olf Heights left on Tuesday for a
vacation trip to Europe.
Arrive From U. 8.
r- nii Mr. F. Wl Scott and

Mrs. F. U iScott of Colonhave as
iu.i. Mr.' and Mrs. Mat

thew C. O'Hearn from, Washing Washing-Jrr
Jrr Washing-Jrr k m. n'nurn Is the for-

mSr Maiager'of tt. -UmW I Fruit
Company in Cristobal and he and
. n-H.nm now make their

home hi Washington, D, C

of

Mrs. J. Seybold Honored
With Tea

A ta ElVen 1U ". uuuui

of

Mrs. John S. Seybold by the Board
rt irectora of CanalZ o n e

Gril Scouts at J"ov7 iT"
ter in Balboa on Tuesday. Mrs.
Seybold will be leaving the Isth Isth-musjsoon..
musjsoon.. Isth-musjsoon.. ; r
Mrs. HufheTTrrtalM
Per Mrs Norman Wlloy
, r w. tjbk .Titertained this

wnmlnr with a coffee, at tte Ar

my-Navy Club, Fort Amador n
honor A Mrs. Normaa WUey. wife
S Colonel Norman WUey. the new
Superintendent of Gorgas Hospi-
taU '
F Jut Jrilr'to her ieparture, for
Europe Mrs. MarieAr&s Smrth
waV honored at a tea hy Mrs.
Enrique Linares.
Leave For Miami
.... t Aifirrasa. T whose

rgan music has done i much to tor
sure the success of many a gay
nthering in Panama and the ca ca-.
. ca-. I Zon wnpUned Tuesday for
Miami Wth a group of young ;peo ;peo-vie
vie ;peo-vie of Panama's society to parfr

iinate in the resuvai m juuu.
SmchwfflepWcetottatci
The young .people will exhibit
many of Panama's dances, In ty ty-pical.
pical. ty-pical. costume.- v-,-
Monday BridBe Winners
Bridge Winners: wlst,. Mr. E.
WoU with Mr. VZoldehayi: fed,
fo. and Mrs. E. Kohn; 3rd, Mr.
A. Hansen with Mr G. Ssnchex;
4th. Mr, and Mrs. K. E. Frauen Frauen-heinu'y'rvT;;
heinu'y'rvT;; Frauen-heinu'y'rvT;; f'-V-.j' I
GamWa Women's Clok :
May Ming-.
The last business meetmg of
the Gamboa Women's Oub swas
held at the home of Mrs. Cara AI AI-Wrton,
Wrton, AI-Wrton, with Mrs. Ida Campbell as
Cn-hnstess. :. !,

The business meeting Pre

sided' over by the Vice-rresiaeai,
'Mrs. Elizabeth Bates.
Elections of officers was held as
-mwtine take nlace during

the summer months. Those elect elected
ed elected for the coming year beginning

irf September were: iresiaem,
Mrs. Elizabeth Bates; vice-presi

dent. Mrs. Kathenne Sellers; re

cording secretary, Mrs. Ida Camp

bell; corresponding secretary,

Mrs. Cora Alderton. treasurer,

Mrs. Jane Snodgrass; chairman of

committees, Mrs. Mane Tabert.

Fort Gulick NCO Wives' Club V

Hold Meeting j

The Fort Gulick NCO Wives'

Club held their regular monthly
meeting Tuesday, in the Balboa

Room of tte Club with Mrs. Con Connie
nie Connie Hoskingy the President, presid presiding.:.
ing.:. presiding.:. ur-A... -v'.v; itWJi-. -.... 's

The Constitution was read by

Mrs. Helen Luker and a discus discussion
sion discussion followed which. -'resulted : in

certain chances bemc made.

The President welcomed two

new members: Mrs. Roberta

Brown and-Mrs. Rrta Gomez.

Mrs. Peggy Romero.' who Is

feavinjt soon tt b United States

was p. M i... wit., a check.

Members wiio attended were the

Mesdames? Marilyn C o 1 b u r n,
Margaret Ellis, Janis Finnegan,

Lola Benero, Daisy Gonzalez, Cla Clara
ra Clara Hollenbaugh, Candy Gardner,
Jessie Hess, Connie Hosking, Mar-

ceua Jacques, Geneva Mason,
Nancy Johnson, Carmen Lugo,

Helen Luker. Ruth Mangen, Lu

cille Marrero, Carol Milne, Mae
Pelkey, Louise Sanderson, Ursula

bnence, regey Romero, jean $tef-

fens,. Lorraine White, Joanne York,
Connie Jones, Marilyn Williams,

and Alice Stachowiak.

The White Elephant was won by

Joanna York. Refreshments were

served -by hostesses Louise. San
derson, Janis Finnegan and Joan Joanna
na Joanna York."- "'
Caribe Club Initiates
Twenty-Two New Members

At a-very impressive ceremony,
the Caribe Club of Cristobal High
School, initiated twenty-two new

members, on Friday. The Club al

so honored Horace Mann's birth

day anniversary when Steffi Beck

reviewed his contributions to the

Public School System of the Unit

ed States. .

Pat Leach, secretary-treasurer.

presented to the president. Bun Bunchy
chy Bunchy Gegg, the candidates for mem

bership. Ellen Fussleman, vice

president, introducea uie initiates
to the Light of Knowledge, from
which each lighted his candle.

while Esther Miller played A piano
accompaniment. After the n e w

members had responded to tne

Pledge led by Miss Adamant An

derson, sponsor, tte president de declared
clared declared them members in good

standing of, the Caribe Club, a unit

of the Future Teachers of Amer

ica. The formal part of the pro program
gram program ended with tte singing of an

FTA pep song and the introduc

tion of the club's special guests.

Mr. Paul Beck, principal of Cris

tobal Elementary s c n o o i; ana
: i

BlwB xrancia juuuniaw, inuiciuai
of North and South Margarita Ele

mentary Schools.

After the formal Initiation cere

mony the new members, old mem

bers and euests. all enjoyed an

informal luncheon in the .' House

hold Arts room.

The new .members initiated

were: Jean UiamDers, mane
Bleakley; Alice P. Lim, Katie O' O'Brien,
Brien, O'Brien, Gloria Toledano, Jean Sea

man, caroie A. Lew. n.aren -aue

Coate, Charlen SBore, Cathy Lind-

sey, Terry Louis, Jeannette Awice Awice-good,
good, Awice-good, Robin Gilbert, Beth Bialkow Bialkow-skl,
skl, Bialkow-skl, Ellen Furey, Dianne Geddes,
Loretta Hirschfeld, Alfred Chan
Jr., Fay Wray. Sandra Motta, Ju Ju-day
day Ju-day Griffon, amd Nancy Gibson.

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TEMPTING CONFECTION sack aa thU pineapple chlfloa pie
will make Mother's Day special If It la the work of a daaghscr.
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By 6AYN0R MADDOX
. NEA Food and Markees Editor

Radio: Programs
HOG-840
Yotir,(inmanify Siatioa
t, r; ;. Telepbonai 1-3068)

Any mother would be thrilled if

her high school daughter made her
this Mother's Day pie cool and
beautiful, as smooth as pineapple
ice', cream, and decorated with
sweetheart roses. Even the crust
has pineapple flavor. The light and
fluffy filling needs no baking.

, Pineapple Chiffon Pie
One envelope unfavored gelatin,

cup sugar, divided, V teaspoon
salt, 4 eggs, separated, ltt cups
pineapple juice, 4 tablespoons lem lemon
on lemon juice, V cup heavy cream,
whipped, 1 9-inch baked' pineapple
pie shell (see below), strawberries.

Mix togetner gelatin, m cup or

the sugar and salt in top of doume
boiler. Beat toeether tez yolks and

pineapple juice; add to gelatin

mixture. Place over trailing water
and cook, stirring constantly, un

til mixture thickens slightly and

cplntin dissolves, about a to 7

minutes. Remove from heat; add

lemon mice. Chill until mbcturi

mounds- slightly when dropped

from a spoon. Beat egg whites
until stiff, out not dry. gradually
add remaining V cup sugar and

beat until very stiff;, r old in gela gelatin
tin gelatin mixture; fold in whipped

cream- Turn into baked pineapple

pastry shell. Chill in refrigerator

until firm. To serve, famish ni

with additional whiDDed cream

and garnish with sliced straw strawberries.
berries. strawberries. Pineapple Coconut Pie Shell

wnH a married woman an

nounces her name over the tele telephone
phone telephone to a social acquaintance

she says Tnis' is Mary Smith.

When she gives her name while
making a business telephone call

she says 'This is Mrs. v John

Smith." v -

How yon refer to yourself de
vends whether the call yon
are making is a social or a busi business
ness business call.

today. Wednesday, May f
P.M.
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

. quests taken by phone

; till 3:00) ... S
,5:30 New-.-..
5:35 What's Your Favorite

" bVUI U : ...
6:00 Allen Jackson (news)

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing party
6:45-M EL AC HRINO MUSI
CALE (Nescafe)
?:00-Hail8 Of Ivy

-7:30 Nelson Eddy's, penthouse

-..'Party.
8:00 Music By Roth ..
8:30 Musical Theater

9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken -by phone

10:30 Cavalcade Of America ;
11:00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00-Slgn Off. s

Tomorrow, Thursday, May 1
AM.
6:00-Slgn On Alarm Clock
; Club (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning- Salon Concert
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News

9:15 Sacred Heart

9:30 As I See It ;
10:00 News l
10:05-8pins and Needles
11:00 News

11:05-8 pins And Needles

cont'd)
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News t
P.M. .':''" -- :. --.
I2:30-lSweet And Hot 1
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-The-
Marsh
3:00 Hank Snow And His
. Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday -4:00
Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
j quests taken by phone
till 3:00)
5:30 News
5:35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd).
6:00 Allen Jackson (news)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
- REVIEW (Pabst Beer) -6:30
Here's To Veterans
6:45-Do It Yourself
7:00 Goon Show i
7:30 Nelson Eddy's Penthouse
Party J ,-8:00
8:00 ,-8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 Yon Asked For. it (re (re-.
. (re-. quests taken by phone
1 till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan-
ama
10:45 Temple Of Dreams"
11:00 Concert Under The Star
lJ:00-Slga Off.

f'ft'EN 'l:ve$ after so are

i AwEJY P OUR times

Too manv women today are

finished in their fifties." says an in

telligent woman. She happens to

be one who nas managed io seep
her own creative interests alive

while her children were young and
still has interests to give mean

ing to her life now that. she, Is
grandmother.

"For all that they are taught
about being good wives and good
mnther" ihe continues, ."the ed

ucation of women for the years be beyond
yond beyond 50 has been sadly neglected.'
She is right, of course. And right
in her contention that "busy work
dreamed up by women's clubs isnt
enough to give tte past-50 woman
any sense of personal worth or

accomplishment.
In time,. we may, In fact, we

must do something to uacn
ra.n iinw thpv can make tte

later years of their lives blossom

and bear truii.

'fiuf until Our educational sys-

t.m tarta nreoarine young wom

en for the years ahead each wom

an Is going to nave to usua

her own course. .
Th. imnnrtant thing IS that She

must not wait until she is i in i her
fifties to face the problem of maK-
good, later life fp, herself.
It is too easy then to become
discouraged and to be afraid, of

OT.firJS- back into

her mind tor uio juvci- -once
had and bring them out and

shine them up. .
The best way for a woman to
make sure that she
S her fifties is to mamtajn hw
interests and develop her talents
during the busy' years
If she "gives up everything for
her famfly llm.m.
ted,- lost and Bniee.
her chUdren grow up and leave

home. ?- - '

One-half cup less 1 tablespoon,
homogenized shortening, 3 table-!
spoons canned nineannle v 1ulra

heated, 1 teaspoon mill, 1V4 cups

silled au-purpose flour, V4 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons chopped
coconut
Put shortening in mixing bowl.
Add heated pineapple juice and
milk and whip with fork until all
liquid is absorbed and a thick,
smooth mixture is formed. Sift
flour .and salt onto shortening,
whip and stir into a dough. Pick
up and work until Smooth: shape
into a flat round. Roll between

2 12-inch squares of waxed paper
into a circle Vfc-inch thick. Peel off

top paper,, sprinkle 2 tablespoons
chopped coconut over nastrv. leav

ing a 1-inch border plain. Recover

with paper and roll coconut into
dough. Turn pastry over and re repeat,
peat, repeat, rolling in remaining 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons coconut Peel off top paper;
place pastry ; in 9-inch Die pan,
pastry next to pan. Remove paper,
fit .pastry into pan, trim V4-mch
beyond an, turn back, even with
pan, flute rinu Prick shell all over

with fork. Bake in a very hot oven
(50 degrees F.) 12-15 minutes,

Curwndw Women's Club

The Curundu Women's Club will

be the guests' of Mrs. Arthur Sau-

ser st a coffee at her home.

Quarters No. 79, in Fort Clayton

Wednesday morning, at 9 a.m.

K .f : aaaaMaiajaaa
American Lesion Auxiliary,
Unit No. I

The American Lesion Auxiliary.

Unit No. I held their regular

mommy meeunx last msht at 7:30

at tte American Legion Club, Ft

Amaaor

There will be election of dele

gates to the Convention and also

annual reports.

All members are asked to please

maxe an enort to attend.
Fort Kebbe NCO Wives Club '-

The NCO Wiyes' Club of Fort
Eobbe will hold their monthly

business meeting on Thursday at

i:w p.m. j vt

' All members are asked to attend

and otter NCO ladies are invited
Annual Luncheon Per
Gamboa Women's Club

The Gamboa Women's Club will

hold its annual luncheon and in

stallabon on Thursday at 12:30

p.m. at tte Tivoli Guest House,

Members are reminded that
reservations must be made with
Mrs. Campbell who is in charge

at tne anair. v
Guests will be welcome.

Daughters Of Unity Temple
No. 759

All Daughters of Unity Temple
No; 759 are ask to attend meeting
this evening at the Paraiso Lodge

Hall for tte initiating of candi

dates,' and to discuss other mat

ters of vital importance at 7:30

p.m. .. v

WMIaigest

JfrChUdrm

'Apprav'td by mora

. a acton, likea mj
anra awthtrt and
. childraa than aay

tablat lit fraiM,
tka pnterad atand atand-ar
ar atand-ar af aeearata
SaMa moasara.
Orin fiawad.

SUOSEPHl

fri&niaT?lMiimilJ

imf niiii.Pm mum m ,j

...:i-' iffaMrivam."' .:a

fC t'i KIlHi

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TALE OF TWO CITIES Two famed cities of Europe, each

in a dLJerent country, are honored on a single stamp to be j
issued by France in. May. The stamp, above, pays tribute to j
Rheims, the champagne capital of France, and to Florence, the. j j-Italian
Italian j-Italian art center. 1

cfelixs oCoves 171

ama

. .and if you love Mama, you'll give her
a lovely gift for Mother's Day this Sunday,
May 13th, and the gift she prefers, is a
gift from Felix's.
FELIX B. MADURO

MAIN STORE
No. 22-00 Central Ave.
Phone 2-1773

BRANCH STORE
No. 8 Tivoli Ave.
Phone 2-2126

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL:
TV and TABLE LAMPS

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a1tlaaMatniiwMgantjpWn

Simple, smart, .modern!
So RIGHT, for today's
new homes! Designed to
give si modern-took to the
old ones.- They can -also
make a wonderful SIFT for
MOTHER'S DAY
THIS 6UNDAY
Get them now for as cheap vas-'
1.98
UNTIL NEXT WEDNESDAY
-ONLY-i ",

MORRISON'S

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' Ancon T.O- ' t : ":
t'u-s"' ;. m Hits

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ISH! The deeper Joys of
ingung are obscure to Jean
(Voolridge of Indianapolis, -as
the prepares to spear a worm.

Hut iti all U tk Uttvitlt
'Uma Utvant a tit ctntuff

K-iUa Kiluntio

ELECTRIC SERVICE
Will be off in -San
Francisco de la Caleta
town from Calle 9a.
to the beach. Golf Heights Heights-San
San Heights-San Francisco from 5 a.m.
to 6 am on Thursday,
May 10th.

It takes a lot of work to keep
pace with your demands for more
and more electricity. Every year
new facilities must be planned

for and added to enable us to meet the growing electric needs of Panama.
So, please consider this brief interruption of your electric service as a sign of growth
and progress. The ;work will be done at a time when it will cause the least inconve inconve-nience
nience inconve-nience to you. A short interruption now will mean more power and more dependable
service for you in the future.



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Agendas Internal. de Puolicacionas FARMACIA LOMBARDO FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS FOTO DOMY FARMACIA "SAS" rftT? N-
No. 1 Utter? Plau He, r Street i MS Central Ave. Jnsto Aiesemesm Ave. aad 13 Sb Via Perraa 111 UH
CASA ZALDO MORRISON ,' FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS NOVEDADES ATHIS 12 'WORDS
- Ceotril Ave. ii .' 4th ofiuijr Ave. J St' v IM Central Avenue 'V Street e. U Via Espaaa An. 7

I MINIMUM
5 5
12I70RDS

COMMERCIAL & FOR SALE
PROFESSIONAL HomehoM ;
' FOR SALE: 3-picce bedroom
DENFAl-MEDICAL
DR. C I. FABREGA, D.D.S. 2-4197.
OR 'U, AVILA JR.. M.D. FOR SALE Crib interspring
,., Nn iiAJ4 mattress. Youth bed and carriage
Mvo I4M of July) Ave.. NO. iiaz l-j .11
(opposite Aneen School tteTiroe mattress, card bed all water water-Tel
Tel water-Tel 1-3011 Panama proof covered. Curtain stretch-
ers. 1 1 7-1, Gatun. ( ,'
I FOR SALE: -Gas stove, double
RETIREMENT. LIFE burner, dressing table, Royal
EDUCATION INSURANCE &tlLX???.
IIM KWGE F0R SALE' Refrigerator 3-
Phone Panama 1-053J 126 Central Ave, room 16-B.
' FOR SALE: Mahogany chest of
jjjjj-ajajogoggaK drawers, mahogany aite table,
TTTcmTtcc BAXTER SA. kidney drestiaf table with mir mir-"ANSPORJK
"ANSPORJK mir-"ANSPORJK JWXUR. 5 A. K.nmor. electric roaster.
Phones 2-Z451 z-3o 83-5122. t
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL FOR SALE.- Refrigerator,' 3
Ridina & Jumaim clones dairy P'xe uphobteaed chairs ate.
.7, sVT! Phen. J-0279 126 Central Ava., room 16-B.
' or by appointment. r-fMj r a r-

HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
Balboat 1-4231 at Pan. S-lStt
"TEACHES UNTIL 01) LEARN
m n t u.i.l
Wa shape Tent rigure"
t famous MeLevy Msehines
Swedish Messate Steam Bata
for male ana female
0RTEPED1A nacional
D. SehoUs)
ammmmhu rn. HI"
Balboa Lions Club
Announces Slate
Of New Officers
"The ainltinlVomiftittes bf
j .1, v inni rMnK ha an-
i oi.,tnn fnr the 01
tVia nliiH for the
195-57.term of ofllce yester-
aay,
k Tnhn Mevers. Tires
ently first vlce president, who
was nomianted lor president, the
cwtinn. included: first, vice
Ar ju v nftrhardt: sec
ond vice president: Zellp; Blum-
a 1 J A A J Iff TlTT
berr; tnira vice presiuciii,. v.
Wilber; corresponding secretary:
Fred Httdaieswn: non muipi.
Glen WUHams and Charles La La-vallee;
vallee; La-vallee; taU twister: former pres.
ident Wm. Bright, Jr.; Louis 8el 8el-don
don 8el-don and Glen Williams.
For one-year membership on
th0 board of directors: pascual
Mensco and Marvin Banton; for
two-year membership on the
board of directors: Dominic Ro Roberto,
berto, Roberto, H. I. Homa. Earl Best.
Ejections wm ue hciu
meeting on Thursday, May 24,

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L... T J. Cw4 Houimdim
13-1285
f'' V'a FJipatU
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SECURITIES IN PANAMA
Qaotttlens by
P AJUAS. HATVSSI ASSOCIATES
1 f' s ' Bid Ask
Abattoir Kaclonal 20
Banco Ftduclario tit
lokmlfon' ............. 10
Cemsnto Panani ....... W
Olrveeerta NeclonaT.... (0
Cblrlcana de Leche .... 101 J
Cjayco
Coca Cola ............. I J4
CjicqUl Comerdales
"Prat with Com. ..... "l3
DcsUladora Nacional ... l
financiers Istmefia
Pret with Com. It 40
Ptnansss, S. A.
"Pref. with Com. 12
Ptieria y Lux Pref. .. 4(34
Poena t Lux Com. 30
ajptele biteramerlcanos. (34
fftenera) de Seguroe .... SJ
tanamefia de Aceltea
Panamefia de fibras ... K
Panamefla de' Seguroe .. 21
&namefia de Tabaco .. 19 11 lit
Tcatra Bellavhta T34
fcatro Central IM

(Commercial Notice)

Real Estate

TO SELL: Farm ef 57 hectares,
party cultivated with 40' years
old rubber trees. Perfect tail for
cacaa. bananas Of catties. Near
shore af Puerto do Pifias.
Darien. Information
Tel. 2J370.
Sra. Palm,
Position Offered
WANTED: Aircraft radio me.
chanic. Call Mr. William Kant,
Pan American World Airways
Inc., telephone 2-0670, exten extension
sion extension 49, between 1:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m.
WANTED : English stenograp stenographer.
her. stenographer. Call Balboa 2-1341, hours
9-12 and 1-4.
WANTEDi Spanish-English
stenographer with at least twa
, years experience to, work with
Urge concert. Permanent posi position
tion position Apply with references, P.O.
Boa 3205.: Pa- w ft. P.

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C APT. ROBERT H. EMERICK, USN, who is leavlnr the Canal
Zone this week after two years as chief of the Industrial Divi Division,
sion, Division, Is shown recelvlnir a gold belt buckle as a farewell gift
from the local-rate personnel of the Industrial Division. The
presentation was made by.E. B. Fortaney (left), employe in the
Plant Maintenance. At the same time Mrs. Emerlck was
presented with a gold pin, also a gift from the local-rate per personnel.
sonnel. personnel. She is shown being congratulated by Mrs. Dorothy
Montanye (right), secretary' to the chief of the Industrial
Division, who was chosen to make, the presentation.

Three Nuclear Power Plants To
Be Built In Latin America by
American & Foreign Power Co.

s American & Foreien Power
Company Inc. expects to be able
to announce in the near future the
selection of one of more contrac contractors
tors contractors for three nuclear power
plants to be built in Latin Amer
ican areas served by this privately-owned
electric utilty svstem.
This information was disclosed to today
day today by Mr. T. E. Oglesby, Vice
President and General Manager of
Compania Panamena de Fuerza
y Luz. a subsidiary of the Ameri
can & Foreign Power Company,
inc.
Bids have been received from
International General Electric Co..
Westinghousa Electric Internation International
al International Co., Babcock & Wilcox Co.
jointly with Allis-Chatmers, Alco
rroaucts, inc. aormeny Ameri
can Locomotive), Atomic Interna International
tional International of North American Avia
tion, inc., ana am Atomics, inc.
of American Machine & Foundry
Co. These bids are being evaluat evaluated
ed evaluated but it was pointed out that this
is an unusually complicated proc process
ess process and much more difficult than
one of analyzing bids for e q u i p p-ment
ment p-ment for thermal power plants us
ing conventional lueis.
In general, a nuclear power
plant must include four essen
tials:

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick Con Convertible
vertible Convertible New top, good rubber,
$400.00. Leaving smb. Call 17.
6208 after 5 o'clock. (
MG TF-1500 1955, good con.
dition. 10,000 miles. Phone 3 3-5087,
5087, 3-5087, Panama.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Ox Ox-ford,
ford, Ox-ford, excellent condition. Call
Panama 3-1660 (Max maitre
d'hotel).
FOR SALE 1949 Pentiac in
good condition with radio, $350.
Call Balboa 2-6371.
FOR SALE-1 953 Fiat 4-door,
excellent condition, leaving.
Duty paid, $550.00. Telephone
3-1186..
FOR SALE. '51 Pontiac Chief,
tain Deluxe, 4-deer sedan. Hy Hydra
dra Hydra matic, radio, deluxe accessory
group. Good condition, $700.00.
83-4195,
FOR SALE: 1955 2-tene Fair,
laine Fordamatk aura. Leaving.
117-B. Gatun
FOR SALE-1954 Chevrolet 4.
door Sedan, excellent condition.
One owner, les than 19,000
miles. Owner leaving. Reason,
ably priced for quick sale. Tel.
Balboa 15-35 or 3280.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler
Windsor, Fordor sedan, $200.00.
Call Balboa 2-3410.
FOR SALE: 1954 WiUis Lark
deluxe, $1100.00, 1950 Chrys Chrysler,
ler, Chrysler, Windsor, hard tap, $800..
00. 561 Hospital Rd.. Coroiel,
2-1617. f
FOR SALE: Ford 1952. Auto Automatic
matic Automatic transmission. Directional
signals. Hardtop convertible.
Qtra. 2317-A, Curundu. Phone
83-4181.
FOR RENT
Automobiles
FOR RENTs Morris Minor; ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, far 1 months.
Call 3-6099 mornings.
ir The primary reactor system;
2. The turbine generator;
3. Containment and shielding,
and -. -.. . -..,(.
4. Conventional buildings and
equipment.
Among the bidders, three nave
proposed pressurized water react
ors; two nave proposed boiling
water reactors, without bead ex
changers, and one has proposed an
organic moderated reactor using a
petroleum-based product as a cool coolant.
ant. coolant. The only nuclear fuel being
consiaerer is uranium, various en
richments k the istotope U-235
have been proposed.
After thft rttrls tiava hn ns,
luated and the contractors select
ed, American & Foreign Power
Comnanv exrwrta tn nlarA nrHr
immediately for three 10,000 KW
nuciear power plants, eacn of.
which will hA InrstMl in tiff.
ent Latin American country.
Officials ot Foreign Power point
out that bilateral agreements for
nuclear power plants are necessa
ry between tne united states and
each country in which the atomic
power plant Is to be located before
the atomic reactor systems can be
exported and installed. (Mercu

Irio).

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
FOR SALE
MisccUaneous
FOR SALE: $50.00 Boxer
puppies.' A.K.C. registration, ex excellent
cellent excellent pedigree. Call after 4:00
p.m. Navy 2482.
FOR SALE: 16 mm Magna Magna-scope
scope Magna-scope projectors with splicer,
viewer and case, 750 Watt, reg regular,
ular, regular, $159.50. Shop-worn, yours
for, $99,50. International Jew Jewelry
elry Jewelry Inc., Central Avanua 155,
corner of "K" Street.
FOR SALE: 12 base Piano-Accordion.
Perfect condition. Tel.
Panama 3-4179.
FOR SALE: Child's motor scoot scooter,
er, scooter, plain scooter, handcard with
track; raffia chair, coffee table,
settee. 561 Hospital Rd., Core Core-aal
aal Core-aal 2-T617. I
MUST SELL Leaving Isthmus:
1948 Studebakar "Champion",
goad condition, radio, new seat
cavers, $225.00 cash. 6 piece
"Black Rattan" livingroom set,
$55.00. 25-cycle Celdspot re-.
frigerator, $35.00. Call 85-4133
before 4:00 ar 6-730 after 4:30
p.m.
Help Wanted
WANTED Goad cook with ax.
perience, must sleep in. Peru
Avenue 37-71.
Felix James, PA
Employe Dies;
Funeral Tomorrow
Felix A. James. An nmnlnvc nf
this newsnaner. died vestfrrlav
to. Santo Tomas Hospital after
a angri iuness. a Panamanian,
he was 33 years old. -:
I FuneraLxprrtf mHll tV ia
tomorrow at 4 p.m. In St. Paul's
wiurcn. tiunai wuj follow the
Herrera icemeterv, ..
Mr. James la Biirvlvri k. vto
wife, Ruby; his children, Shirley,
Emilio and Enrique; his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Septimus James;
his brothers and sisters, Ernest,
amei na Marion, ana other rel-
uves.
Packard,
Curlii-Wrighl Air Air-Merger
Merger Air-Merger Deal Hinted
New Ynnir mbv o tti t-
poru circulated today that Stude-
u.TiicMra vorp. wui merge
wuu uie uourismng uuruss-wright
Aircraft Corp. , s
umciais for both companies said
no announcement sn imminnnt,
But sources close to the two firms
saia negotiations between the two
firms had resumed and a merger
seemed likely.
Murjeoaker Packard, the na nation's
tion's nation's fourth largest automobile
manufacture? ennrrrn hs Kaon
. "1 MLLU
seeking a $100 million loan for re-
louung ana 10 soiiauy dealer re
Iationshina.
Consolidation of Curtiss Wright
ana atuaeDaKpr-Kurirarri m i a
form a S500 millinn rnrrtAratinn
with an indicated sales volume of
timost si Diuion.
British Sub Hits
Big Merchant Ship
PORTSMmrra Vnnt. w a
(UP) The British anhm rina
Talent .was damaged yesterday
wnen n cotuaea witn a large mer-
rhsnt shin n(t thm IcU nf U7iskf
- T W. V., .,
the Admiralty announced today..
inera were no casualties.
i be Admiralty said the small
Q
Av. Eloy Altaro.15-159
Tel. 2-0610

. M CHOICE
fe-t LOTS lor

FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION G. LI Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hat, cold water.
Phono Peaease 3-4941.
FOR RENTs Apartment 1 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living room, dining room,
kitchen. For 3 months, June -1st
to August 31st. Phone Panama
' 3-4868.
FOR RENT s Furnished ar un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: ; 2 bad bad-,
, bad-, rooms, 2 'bathrooms, etc., in
Bella Vista. Phone 3-6097, 2-
;.2504. :,-.. ,..?r-,.-N .;.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room with bath, large
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa- '.
ter, apartment all screened, 25
square meters inside apartment
for laundry, drying and ironing,
large closets, garage. House, No.
5, Eusebio A. Morales Ave. in
El Cangrcje, corner house. Phone
rename
FOR RENT: Furnished or un
furnished apartment: twa bed bed-:
: bed-: rooms, two bathrooms, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, maid's room with
bathroom, garage and hot water.
Phone, business hours, 2-0321
Sundays 2-3525.
.FOR RENT) One room apart apartment
ment apartment with hot water, kitchen,
closet, very spacious, $50.00.
"Ricky Building", facing Fire Firestone.
stone. Firestone. J. F. da la Ossa Avenue.
Telephone 2-3436. r ..
FOR RENT r Apartments with
two bedrooms, living roam, din din-ing
ing din-ing room, kitchen, separate
maid's room,' garage, hot water.
All modern conveniences. Al Alberta
berta Alberta Navarro St. No. 48. La
Castellana Bldg. Phone 2-2883.
FOR RENTs Attractive ene
bedroom apartments Franconia'
Building 49th. St., BelU Vista.
Phone Panama 3-4805 ar 3 3-1279
1279 3-1279 from 8-10 a.m. and 2 te
5 p.m. --
FOR RENTi Modern apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Exclusive residential sec section.
tion. section. Well, ventilated. Large
porch. Living room, dining roam,
twa bedrooms, bathroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, laundry roam, garag. hot'
: water throughout. Water heater 1
I furnished. Screened." For infor infor-1
1 infor-1 mation and' appointment cell
' Panama 3-1650.
FOR RENT) Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in chalet, comfortable,
large bedroom, living room, din dining
ing dining room, garage etc., linen.
- dishes, garden, hot water. 9th
St. No. 47, San Francisco. Tel
3-5356. ;
FOR RENT.- One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment from 6 te
months. Phone 3-3192.
FOR RENT t Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, living room, dining room,
. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, maid's
room, garage, r 46th St. Bella
Vista. Telephone 3-0709 and
2-1477.
FOR RENT i -Apartment with
two bedroom, living room, din
'Ing room, kitchen. San French).
o. Phone 1464, Balboa. ?
FOR RENT. Vacations guarters
for June and July bungalow ful fully
ly fully furnished. Phono Balboa 6339
FOR RENT: 2 rooms apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Hot water. Ave. Cubs 51.
BelU Vista. TeL 3-3329.
FOR RENT Very attractive one
bedroom apartment, unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, ideal far a bachelor ar
couple, hot water, near the El
Panama Hotel. Call from 6:00
p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and from 2:00
p.m. to 4.00 p.m. 3-3421.
(1,090-ton) r submarine, with 70 men
, .WH M".. .M. I U ,11 V I.
ahnarri was n-avAlinc at nricnnA
k..j a ;
ripnth in nnAi vioiKilitv mlian if kit
the freighterfand that it was pes-
sioie me uniaentuiea ireignter aid
not. Know what it had hit.
Th annnimr-pmcrit tBlrl ttiA ciiK.
marine suifered suoerficial dam
age to its fin. 1
Sen
Re-Eleclion Rcce;
To Leave Politics
'ATLANTA, May' fl-(UP)
Sen. Walter F. George will an announce
nounce announce todav that he Is Quit
ting his re-election campaign
and will retire from public Uie
at the end of his present term
uec. si. :
George has scheduled a news
conference in Washington,
ciosn friends of the veteran
78-year-old Georgia Democrat
sorrowfully confirmed ,tnat tne
senator, on advice ot bis doctors,
hs. rlApirlArl tn hnw out of the
gruelling campaign In which he
would be pitiea against lormer
Gov. Herman .xaimaage.
ftnrcrA' rlArlslnri leavM Tal
madge, for the moment at least,
the lone contender for the sen-
at. nnst held hv Geortrn for xlx
long terms. He would have been
after an unprecedented seventh

term urn year. w ; ; I ...

RESORTS

Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
Gramlich's Santa Ciera Beach
Cottages. Madera conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gambee
6-441. -.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottage.
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa,
Phong Panama 3-1877. Critte Critte-01
01 Critte-01 3-1673.
Swim and relax at Shrapnel's
each hemes, Santa Clara. Phone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca- i
tine, Balboa 1866
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED: 40 base ar 70 base
piano-accordion. Telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-4179.
ama Line
Sailing i
One hundred and tuitv
sengers are scheduled" to sail for
New York Saturday aboard the
Panama Liner., outnhai i?i-
passengers are booked for 'Port-
aurrince, nam. , v,
Amone thn
to New York in u r n-.,;j
c. Burke, assistant to -the di director
rector director of the Health Bureau and
Mrs. Burlce; and fir, Erie R. Os Os-terberg,
terberg, Os-terberg, chief of the Division of
Preventive Medicine and Quaran-
juic, accumpaniea oy-Airs. Oster Oster-berg
berg Oster-berg and their four chUdren.
rassenaera for Pnrt.an p...
sre Miss Emma BoteUo; Mr. and
mre. jerome Kotn, Miss Mabel
Smith and Miss Margaret Thora-
The Cristobal which
- r- r ... uuvu tlUlU
New York one day late, is due to
uve in iristoDai tomorrow in instead
stead instead of toriav It will ..ii ct,,-
The COmnlptft iHvanro aoori
ger list for New York follows:
narry AKers; Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William A. Alonis and son; Mr, and
Mrs. Barber: Mr anri Mr.
Booth and 3 children; Lt. CoL and
mre. wavia u uuree; Mr. and
Mrs. Eldrirlfl anri
Mrs. Michael J.-Bnrr 'nH a hii.
oren: r. nd Mrs. Stanley Jt.
vuauu wiu cnuaren;
Mr. ana Mrs. E. I. Dsugherty;
Mr. and Mrs. Tnn v. twjaomv.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Donald
son ana s cnuaren; Mr. and Mrs.
Roy A. Hall and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Milfn U.-JI... r -.
.uitivu tiaiiuici : air. ana Saf S.
Robert C. Heald and son; Mr. and
Mrs. Lester M. Hirtenstein: Mr.
and Mrs. William J. Hollowell
ana t cnuaren; and Vincent J. Hu
ber.
Mr. and Mrs. Athrt M .l.ntin.-
Mrs. Molly B. Johnson; Mr. and
mra. waaer jonnson; Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Just;
Mr. and Mrs. Hnwinl "v r
Gaughey and 2 children; Mr. and
mrs. wuuam u. MeGowin. and
son; w 1 1 1 a r a H. Montgomery;
Charles Morris? Mr .nj u
Jack F, Morris and son; Mr. and
uus. oiaruey n. uerton; Mr. and
Mrs, Erie R.- Osterberg and 4 chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Audrey V.
Peyton; Mrs. Viola Preble; Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur G. Prue; Miss
Mar? J. Reshten-
Mrs. William M. Reynolds and 2
Mr. anri tr." i n-i?lvi'm
i ) i w x a c a a. ii
Schmidt and 2 children; Miss
vutu, iaaia
Kathrvn Shanahsm- Mn Pl.t.
aiaiiery; Mr. and Mrs. David S.
oiimn ana aaugnter; Mr, and Mrs
j-osba. Posa m.; jur. and Mrs
Elmer E. StoalclAV anri 1 ohilrirAn
Mrs. Marin Stvlmr. anri AhiM- 'Mr-'
mi Mrs. sumner swam; Mr. and
Mrs. Mills Ten Eyck; Angelos C.
Trapatsas; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
M. Turner and 2 children;. Mr. and
Mrs. reier vaast; Mr. and Mrs
Roy S. Wallace; and Mr. a n i
Mrs. eu h. wuson and son.
Tank Cleaning Bids
solicited By Canal
Bids for the cleaning and re-nairino-
nf
lanuc Terminal Tank Farm at
Mount Hope are now being ad advertised
vertised advertised tnr tVlA A i
"j uom iatiiu
icompany. They are scheduled to
be opened the morning of May
23. In the Administration Build Building
ing Building at Balboa Heights, -.'
cjuuorai- saieiy precautions
to-be taken riurtns tViA
of the inside of two of the tanks
are outlined in the specifications.
The precautions include the use
nf eofAfw AlMhl
muvvj V4WUUUK, yapor testing.
a, .v6iu.. win, ui cunaitiuni
and Inspection of equipment: the
use of a fresh air blower and ro rotation
tation rotation of personnel working in
I the. tartlet i 9
The other three tanks lnclud-J
cU ui uie specmcauon are siatea
for routine repairs which will
uiwuae tne renewal and repair
of various sections of the tanks
and some painting.

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 bed.
rooms, living dining, maid's
room With service, garage, all
screened. Trans-Isthmian High Highway.
way. Highway. Phone 3-3341. 3-1275.
FOR RENT t House with 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, baths, maid's room and
bath, patio, etc Via Brasil 113,
TeL 3-4911.
FOR RENT: Two. bedroom
chalet furnished, all conve conveniences,
niences, conveniences, bus stop in front. Via
Perras Na. 97. Fer Information
call telephone 2-2175 and 3 3-2709.
2709. 3-2709. v.'y. v ..
FOR RENT: Chalet,, 3 bed-i
rooms, living-dining, maid'
room, .garage, at Bella Vista.
Reasonable for long term. Phone
Clayton 6110, office hours. i
FOR RENT: House, chalet type,
3 bedrooitt, 2 bathroom, living.
dining room, kitchen, porch,
. garage and maid room, $160.00
monthly. Golf Heights No. 27 rt
Tel. 2-3697 from 3 7 p.m. J
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CAPT. EDWARD T. WALKER, 937th Engineer Company.- (AVN)
IAGS), third from left, is shown receiving his Certificate of
Achievement at a recent ceremony at the Inter American 1
Geodetic Survey Headquarters, Fort Clayton. Left tov right
are: Capt. J. W. Gromme, adjutant, leading the commendg.
tlon; Lt. Col. J. E. Vlck, Jr., executive officer, IAGSj and Maj.
Don R. George, Commanding Officer, 937th.- The Certificate
of Achievement states that .Walker demonstrated 'outstanding
skill, initiative and devotion to duty as unit supply officer. As
supply officer he supervised troop and aircraft supply sections
which have received Inspection ratings of "Superior'' by higher
headquarters. He was responsible for rendering logistical sup-'
port to flight operations belnej conducted' in 17 Latin American
countries by IAGS. In addition to his primary duty of SuprJy
Officer, he was required to make frequent aerial flights -during
which he completed hundreds of hours of accident-free time.
He also performed additional duties of instructor nllot In heli helicopters
copters helicopters and fixed wing aircraft which immeasurably increased
the efficiency of unit flight operations'. The citation was for
the period Dec. 1, 1954 to April 30, 1956. (U.S. Army photo)

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tnrnir niaitnnH V VVRRn rpntpr finnnlsh Amhas-

sador to Panama, confers with Ma, Gen. Lionel C. McGarr
rlght), commanding general, -VS. Army Caribbean, and o'--Gines
Peres, Chief of Military Missions, during a recent visit
. TToior ATJTTa til a a -i.-t.t , t

to neaaquartera woimvvaviv.. i..T iraw-

Davy Crockett TV
Influence Scored
By Aussie Leader
CANBERRA. Australia, May
(UP) Australia's legendary bush
ranger Ned Kelly was a better
man than Davy Crockett,' La bo-
rite Henry. Bruce told Parliament
yesterday. ..-:...-.
aruce complained of tne Amen
can influence that introduction
television- has had on young Aus
tralian minds..
"Every Australian youngster is
cutting up mum's furs to get a
Daw Crockett caD.": he 'said.
"We aU know about Ned Kelly
but who s ever beard of Davy
Crockett." C
Bruce and the Labor party are
trying to insure that television
programs include 55 per cent Aus
tailiin a.T4icie

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Russia today claimed-most of the
credit for shattering Hitlerite -Germany
and blamed the western pow powers
ers powers for keeping postwar Germany
divided. .. i
vThe official Soviet Communist
of. Party, completed the rout of Fas-
cist Germany and ensured victo
ry in the great fatherland war."
Pravda also gave credit to the
Poles. Czechs, Yugoslavs, Ruma Ruma-nians,
nians, Ruma-nians, Bulgarians, Briiian, ? French
and last ef all- the Americans.
The editorial as broadcast by
Moscow Radio said that "the wise
Communist Party created and
stecltd by the inspired Lenin led
- jour nation and its armed forces
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Frank SINATRA Eleanor PARKER
Kim NOVAK, In
THE MAN WITH THE
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) On Onstage,
stage, Onstage, Offstage and Upstage: In
Hollywood's- zippier days, a shape shapely
ly shapely blonde would ha picketing Para Paramount
mount Paramount studio with a sign reading:
"UNFAIR TO BLONDES." a
1 Thera are no blondes in the lush
11th Century 'harem s'qtienca in

wbi- i Debra T t tf I I
weag only a smile and a lew.
eoan bubbles in "The- Loves of; st

' Jeff Morrow is eomnletini his

British starring film, "Tba Table
in the Corner," with a heavy
heart. His father, John B. Morrow,
just passed away in New York.,

Two important principles of play

are shown in toaay's band. First,

declarer must develop the spades
in the right direction. Second, he
must avoid drawing too- many

trumps. ;

South can make two spade tricks

by playing either opponent for the

king of spades. One way is to lead
the first spade from the South
hand and finesse tha queen of

spades. The other way is to take

the first spade with the ace and
tben lead the oueen of spades

through East with the intention of
ruffing if the king appears but of
discarding if a low spade appears.
. In which direction should South

play the spades? South must keep
East out of the lead for fear of
having a diamond pushed through
him. If South takes an ordinary
spade finesse, he will lose a spade
trick to the king, then three dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, and eventually ..a club.
Down two.

Instead, South wins 'the first

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"Isn't that cute? He wants his toenails trimmed!"

Optimistic Reports Bolster
t i i v-
Hopes For Booming Business

Junior College
Activities
By GUS HELLANDER

Ole JC -was really buziinz with

activity last weeks. Nominations;

for president of the Student Asso Association
ciation Association Were held last Tuesday.
John Samson, Tony Noboc, and
myself were nominated. i
For the remainder of the week

posters, slogans, and jingles cov

ered the bulletin boards. Cigars,

gum, candy, and even free coffee
was given to the potential voters

by the hopefull candidates.

Friday morning John Samson

withdrew from the race as an ac
tive candidate and formtd a coa
lition with Tony Noboa.

Elections were held Monday

moraine at a special assembly.

John Thomas spoke in Tony's be

half and aiter an amusing sKit,

Tony rtated bis position.
Then Mike Zimmerman start started
ed started off for the otherside, he was
followed by Jerry ; Fox who. in
time Introduced me. Just before
the ballots were passed out, the

JC Three sang a short s e a g
which they had composed.

Elections were then held and 115

ballots were cast. This I am in-'

formed, is a new recoru. Next

year's SA president will be intro introduced,
duced, introduced, at the freshman-sophomore
banquet Friday night. The ban

quet is being held at the, Ma Manama
nama Manama Hotel and will start prompt promptly
ly promptly at 6:30. Naturally it's free for
all SA members..;; ;

Omar Khayyam.

Marilya Maxwell, who is about

to become a mama, stood up and

-rtes Bb l : iorhis; eve'r-jteick m tommy with the king of

as tours s f nearis, iouuwi wun uie w ui
"M.riivn hi don a lot of TJSO!Pd.' and next leads the queen

m rMina taa eieii1 Rnk Than lot spades. East covers with the

Not that anyone is-compltinuig

about the 26 gorgeous darkhaired
dolls the studio hired to decorate
the Persian harem. It's just that
Monaco has been having all the
fun lately and Hollywood heeds
nm excitement and a blonde

Dicketini a studio would liven

thina M.

. it's the harem of Shah Raymond
Masiev. the Abe Lincoln specialist.

who .never bad It so good in Illi

nois All costumed up in rancy

hiarlr and soldr Massey s appear

ance inspired a member of the
crew to quip:
"He looks just like the front end
of Bilick." . .A

The harem set, as a matter of
fact, looked like a quiet evening at

Mavb he'll picket the studio.

There was only one discordant

note tor Director William Dieterle

as he photograpneat ne urn cen
turv osrsdise. -

tie asked One gorgeous crea-, cussed as a Susan Hay ward movie,
ture in filmy. costume to show a'. . Constance Bennett, once the

litUe more of her left leg. bhe

travel;

appraising her pink maternity
jacket, he deadpanned: "Sea what

happens, honey, when you stay

HOME!"
Dorothy Dandridge Is driving
London scribes to strong tea with

the dismond ring she's wearing on

the third finger of her left hand.

But she denies the ring means t

secret; marriage. ' "

A Chicago drive-in theater is

adding vaudeville and public

buffet-counter fare. Apparently the

idea is to Keep peoyia so ousy
they won't have time to look at
the screen. ";;-.
. Hollywood's Talking About: A
Las Vegas hotel nixing Betty Hut-

ton's demand for $30,000 a week to

star in its floor show.

The Libby Holman story being dis

king, for otherwise South would
discard e diamond at once. South

ruffs the kins of soades. sets to

dummy with the ace of clubs, and
cashes the jack of spades at once
in order to discard a diamond.
Now declarer gives up a club,
East steps up with the jack of
clubs to lead the queen of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. South covers with the king,
and West takes the ace of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. West now leads second

trump, but declarer can ruff his
two small clubs in the dummy. If

South has mistakenly drawn a

second trump by himself, West
I would have led a third trump, and
then there wouldn't be enough

trumps in the dummy to take care

of South s two losing ciuos.

uncovered more of her right, prov

ing the old gag about Show cuties
not being able to tell their left
foot, from their right can be
correct k,' i -! '': :! rf

Walter Wnchell
(Continued from Page t)

Betty Button no longer seems to
be candidate for the role, but

Sophie. Tucker is showing pals a
new screen, treatment of the on on-again,
again, on-again, off -again "Sophie Tucker
Story." The last of the Red Hot
Mamas is also watching her health
graph closely while planning a trip
to England.
Funny about Barbara Nichols

landing that big role with Dons!
Day in the film version of "The
Pajama Game." A couple of years
back she was offered the same role
in the Broadway play. Her agent
nixed it because of the low salary.
Today she's -laughing:
-II I'd done the play, I probably
wouldn't be in the movie now.
They'd say I wasn't the type."

queen of Hollywood, clicking as a
night club-entertainer in Florida, j
. . The deep freezing by someone
of a deal for Bob Hope and Mari Mari-lvn
lvn Mari-lvn Monroe to eostar in a movie.1

X Jerry Lewis fighting a bull in
"Hollywood or Busts" Barton
MacLane back from Florida after
starring: in a movie about the

Seminole Indians for the Empire
Studio there. He was impressed
with the film know-how bub saya
the studio's "sound stage" was a
little rustic a big" circus tent!
. v Overheard at the Chlanti:

"There's a bus leaning is 10

minutes. Be under it.

DONT TELSPHONt
DETROIT (UP) A man

who looted St Mark's Evangelical
Church made one mistake. During
the looting, he decided to tel-

Dhone an old Army companion

in Pittsburgh. The Rev. Edward
Drews received a bill for the call
a month later and called police,

who traced toe cau to the tmef.

Showing At Your Service Center Theaters Toniqhtl

BALBOA 6:15 & :?5

DIABLO HTS. C:1S ft 1:41
Bin hxiot
Beverly GARLAND :
"SUDDEN DANGER';
Tfcny"ATHXNA'

. .Gertrude Berg's observation

"When you do something that, is

received well, it's forgotten in two
eeks. If you do a bad show, it

is remembered a long time

Gertrude, is recommended to a

shorter and punchier line: "We re remember
member remember the bumps, and forget the
caresses" .. .Martha Raye dis

covered the bitter fact that (here's
nothing, more public than a celeb's

private we. jumur iracy, ine
Street 'Singer" will record 4 iides

for Vic or on the 21st. The one

time radio favorite is multi-mil'

lionaire via realty. He owns Streets

in six SUtes. .The oar business

at the new Coliseum (on Colum

bus Circle) is ungood. Most of the

visitors are family people, wno
prefer pop. .Add Indian tribe
song titles from the Copa's Phil
Foster: "Apache Arms Around

Me, Honey" . ."Inca Dinca Doo"
. ."Pawynee Boy" .And "Sem "Seminole
inole "Seminole Smoothy" ," .From Ted
Steele: "Commanche My House"
., ."Ten Senecas A Dance" .
"You're Not The Only Pueblo on
the Beach" ."Osage Can You

See?" . .TB uonna Mwasn mat
Man Right Outta My Hair" .
Not forgetting: 'There's Ne Busi Business
ness Business Like Sioux Business"

WASHINGTON. May 9 (UP)

Government and business groups
issued a series of optimistic re

ports today bolstering prospects of
sn overall boom business rear

this year. .. ': ;
At the same time, American ma manufacturers
nufacturers manufacturers were revealed to have
made mora money' last yesr than
ever befor, in history.
-Thse were the mjor develop develop-ments:
ments: develop-ments: .xr .
i Th tT.S. Chamber o! Com

merce published results of a poll
of 404-delegates at its .annual
meeting here last weekv4t showed
at least two-thirds expect jobs
and sales to be as good or better
during the last half of this year

than during the first half.
th. ftinmerca and Labor

departments reported- total of
S3,S9e,0OS persons were employ
ed last month, almost a million
more than ia March and a new
record for April. Unemployment
fell 270,9000 from March to 2.M4,
MA In Anril. '' "" ','

x. Another Commerce-Labor re

port found spending for Bew con construction
struction construction during the January-April
period matched the record pace of
last yesr. Industrial and commer commercial
cial commercial building both hit new records
for April- .'
a Mrh sales of manufacture

n wholesalers and retailers all

era ninninV well ahead of

year previously. .Manufacturers
and wholesalera increased their
stocks on hand in March, while
retail stocks declined, according
to the Commerce Department j
5. Still another report showed
that' U.S. manufacturing .corpora .corporations
tions .corporations made $15,100,000 in profits
last year after paying taxes. This
new record was 34. per cent above
1954 profits. 'The 'manufacturers
alia naid .a peacetime record to-

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phenomenal success lately. Sam
"Shark" Beckly, Charly "Fish"
McGlade, and Steve "Tortuga"i
Herring are among the boys who
are keeping the team in winning,

i form. Our basketball teams has

enough" to finance the rapid ec

onomic growth of which the aa- j

lion is capable.

In the Chamber of Commerce
survey, 42 per cent of the dele delegates
gates delegates foresaw a rise in sales dur-

iiik mo dclvuu nau ux iaov nunc : . ... ,,
24 oer cent exoected them tn re- so shown new life they are even

main about the same as during Pr,ct,c,n8 on bunaay5

the tirst six months. Four per

IN THE MODERN MANNERReliglon goes modern In West
Berlin with this newly completed church In the American
sector of Schoneberg. Called the MichaelisWrche, the church,
with its separate bell tower and sihnply designed sanctuary,
is one ot the most unusual In the city.

cent predicted a downturn,. The

rest did not reply.- -i ;K

in keeping with this optimism;

48 per cent, said, they plan to ex

pand uieir pianw or equipment
during their plants Or "equipment
during the the next 12-18 months.1
Twenty per cent bad no expansion

puns and 32 per. cent did not re reply
ply reply to this item.

As lor employment. 35 per cent

expected it to increase during the
rest of this year and in 1957.

while 36 per cent thought it would
atay about at present levels. Only
one per cent foresaw a job de de-clino,
clino, de-clino, the remainder not replying.

tal of 13V4 billion dollars-in feder

al income taws in 195)., ij,

One cautioning note came
from V7. Randolph Burgess, un undersecretary
dersecretary undersecretary of the Treasury.
He said Americans, are; paving
a "disturbingly' small propor proportion
tion proportion ef their incomes, not "quite

Al Christ Church
In Colon Tonight

Episcopal Bishop R. Heber GoodJ

vu, nm uc uii uiv nviamtv tjiuv iiii
tvening to administer Confirmation
and preach at Christ Church By-

tne-bea. "v..-
The service is scheduled for 7:30

o'clock, with the rector, the Ven.
Mainert J. Peterson, presenting

the candidates. ;

Tmorrow there will be special

services in honor of the Feast of

the Ascension, beginning with par parish
ish parish communion at a.m. Choral

Eucharist, with the academy choir

in attendance, will be at 9 o clock.
The schedule for the day will al

so include quiet hours of medita meditation
tion meditation from 10 o'clock until 12 noon,

and a service of evening prayer
and meditation at S p.m.
First Communion for the newly
confirmed will be at 6 o'clock on

Sunday morning.

Plans are being made for anoth-.
er non-partisan softball game.
Watch the bulletin, boards for an-

Bouncemeuif. ip-u w:v

' Shirley Myers-end Jerry- Foxj
were, awarded Mhcars'l l a s t
week for. their work in drama
productions this year, poth r of
them really deserved the distmc distmc-tlon.
tlon. distmc-tlon. ; ; ., ":',; :i ..
Here's 1he? catchy tune the;'JC

Three sang at the assemwys-

Put another ballot in tor tne guy
that's sonna win. .'

I We don't sneak of no one else

but Gus-Gus, Gus-uusi ius--'6us
.:: ,.
He's the man for you and me,
The best bet for Old JC,

All the gais are juss aze lor
us-Gus, Gus-Cus, Gus-Gus.
Voters, we say, you voters be
' surr ta vote for Gus.

..For he's with us. and we'll all

, live on Plasma-Plus,
He'd do anything for you, any anything
thing anything you'd want him) o,
Just come out and give your
vote to Gus-Cus, Gus-Gus,

' Gus-Gus.

JVe don't mean Tony, but give

your "X" to Gus, Gus, tus.

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slimminf tomorrow.

THAT MEN MAY LIVE This machine recently look the
place of a patient's heart and lungs tor 17 minutes, thus en enabling
abling enabling surgeons to repair a crucial delect inside the heart. Tba
'improved artificial heart-lung machine is. shown with Prof.
John J. Osborn of Stanford University, the man behind the im im-...monie
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r WEDNESDAY, MAX 9, 1338
BahnErases (MmmVBou
35-Year-OId SoutKpaw
Proves He's Still One
Of Game's Top Hurlers
Editor; CONRADO SARGEANT

t AGE TEN
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NEW YORK, May 9 (UP) Manager Charley
Grimm of the Milwaukee Braves felt ten' years
younger today because he's convinced that Warren

Spahn is growing old gracefully,

orimm had nlenty of cause for

worry over Spahn's 5 40 earned

run average in tnree eariy ap appearances
pearances appearances this year but the 35-
voar.nM imithnaw demonstrated

...last night that he's still a star
pitcher with a three-hitter that
gave the Braves a 5-0 triumph
over the Pittsburgh Pirate s. The
" win enabled the Braves to run
their winning streak to four
games and hold first place.
The 'shutout was the 35th of

Snahn'g career highest among

active major league pitchers
and moved him a step closer to

a cherished eoaL It was wie

iMt.h triumnh of his career,

leaving him 16 shy of becoming
the only active pitcher in the

Ni. With 200 victories.
' Spahn walked only one bat bat-.
. bat-. ter and struck out 10 as he
breeied to his first wfn of the
year behind a six-bit attack
, that included home runs by
Joe Adcock, Del Crandall and
., Bobby Thomson. The Milwau-
kee outfield had only one put put-.
. put-. out as Spahn faced only 31
t batters and pitched no-hit ball
after the third Inning. Bob
Friend suffered hs second set set-back.
back. set-back. f The' St. Louis Cardinals, mean mean-'ViiB
'ViiB mean-'ViiB tnnk nver second lilace

'Iwhen'they routed Robin Roberts

and Deal me rnuuwiim
lies, 9-1. The Cincinnati Redlegs
fell to third place when they
Mbowed to the New York Giants,
5-4, and the Brooklyn Dodgers
ibeat the Chicago Cubs, 6-0, in
-other N.L. games.
; The hard-hitting .Cardinals
'chased Roberts in a five-run
thlrd-inning uprising to score
their fifth win in six games be be-ijhind
ijhind be-ijhind a four-hitter by Willard
t "Schmidt, an Larry Jackson.
! 'Rookie Hal Smith and Rip Re Re-pulski
pulski Re-pulski homered and Stan Musial
' had a trinle and a double for the

'big blows in St Louis' 10-hit as-

JA-Boa' Uddle's ninth Inning te

Jjllef preserved Jim Beam's sec-

IP

ond win ol the year as the Gi-

. dints ended the Redlegs' four-

pane winning streak. Willie

Meys had two hits and ran wild

on the bases for the Giants, who
have been Involved In 11 one one-run
run one-run decisions In 18 games. They

have won six.
Don Newcombe turned in a
three-hitter for his fourth vic victory,
tory, victory, enabling the World
Champion Dodgers to break a
three-game losing skein. Gt
Hodges h't a three-run homer
and a run-scoring single for
the Dodgers, whose last three
victories have been scored by
Newcombe. v

In the American League, the

New York Yankees made it seven
out of eight over their three key
rivals when they shaded the

Cleveland Indians, 4-3, In the

opener of a three-game series.
Mickey Mantle. EUton Howard

and Hank Bauer homered and
Johnny Kucks scattered 10 hits

for the Yankees. Trie a.Ij.
champs previously had run up a

6-1 mark against Chicago and

Boston Cleveland's Early Wynn
suffered his first setback.
George Zuverlnk relieved for
the fourth straight game and
13th time this season as the
Baltimore Orioles beat the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics, 7-4, and en

tered the first division for the

first time In the franchise's his

tory. The Orioles salted It away
with a five-run first-Inning

marked by Gus Trlandos' two-

run double and a two-run single

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THE VJ.W. TEENER BASEBALL LEAGUE SERIES was officially opened for Its second year at Mt. Hope Stadium with the
presentation of the National Charter. Dept. Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the Canal Zone, Anthony
Kucikas, presents the Charter to Harry F. Taylor, nresident of the league, and wishes him the best for a successful season. ...
On the left is shown the Pacific All Stars with manager Pete Corrlgan and coach Moy de la Pena. Umpire and prominent,'
Atlantiq Teenage League member Harry Dockery and Don Hughes, business manager of the VFW League (center rear) look
on, on the right is the Atlantic AU SUtt with manager Joe L. Thompson and Hack Hackenjos, coach. m v-- k.n

Leaders
In The Majors
. LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 35 offic'al at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Jackson, Patterson May Sign
For Contenders Bout Today

Sockeroo

Player and Club I b r h pet

TJnllAn niniil '-..I. lit il n m Attv

by Willie Miranda, The surpris-,' n a7 12 17 459 Sox

DonnlclH Of T 11 10 11 la MO ww ..

Boyer, St. Louis 18 69 14 29 420jgy2f

AMERICAN LEAGUE ftri'30.:,"y 2

Mantle, N.Y. 19 70 22 30 .429,11?080

lng Orioles have

straignt ana six oi

seven.

won

their

four

last

The Detroit Tigers sent 13

men to the plate in an eight-run
fifth inning to wallop the Wash

ington Senators, 14-6, and Dick

Gernert singled home tne win winning
ning winning run in the 13th inning to

give tne Rea sox a -3 veraici

over the White sox. Hector

Brown won his first game for
the Orioles and rookie Dave Sls Sls-ler
ler Sls-ler his second for the Red Sox.
YESTERDAY'S STAR War War-ren
ren War-ren Spahn of the Braves, who
beat the pirates, 5-0 for the
35th shutout of his big league
career.

Long. Pitts. 19 73 14 28 .384

Maxwell, Detroit 14 49 11 19 .388

Boyd, Baltimore 20 40 6 15 .375

Howard, N.Y. 13 43 6 16 .372

Olson, Wash. 20 73 12 27 .370

Come On Red, Golf Ace

isTo Start In Preakness;

Pay Supplementary Fee

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PIMLICO, Md., May 9 (UP) j

Two horses have been made sup supplementary
plementary supplementary nominations for the
Peakness..at $7,500 each.

" Joining the field for the May

J9 race at pimiico are come un
;)Red and Golf Ace. Come on Red
Uva.i a surprising third in the

Wood Memorial but was disqual

ified and placed second for in
terferins: with "Head Man."

Heading the Preakness field
are "Needles, and "Fabius," who

"finished one-two in the Derby.
Ilfrhey left Louisville yesterdav by

train and arrive today in Mary Mary-.
. Mary-. Jland. Other Derby starters being
.pointed for the second jewel of
..the triple crown Include Count
"Chic, Career Boy, No Regrets,
,!Hlgh King, Jean Baptlste and

. Besomer.

Needles and the other three-4,year-olds
may have to share the
i glory with Nashua on Preakness
; Day. Nashua may try to become

, tne leading money-winner of all

time the same afternoon,

nominated for two stakes at

Garden state In New jersey...
the Valley Forge Handicap this

Saturday and the Camden Han-,

aicap on the 19tn. Trainer Sun

ny Jim Fltzsimmons says he

thinks Nashua will skip the race

this week but may run in the
Camden if he isn't assigned too

much weight. A victory In either
race .would put Nashua over the

record one-million. $1,085,760

won oy Citation.
PLENTY FOR ALL

LAS VEGAS (NEA) Each of
the 22 starters in the $37,500 Tour Tournament
nament Tournament of Champions received a
minimum of $1,000 for Dlavini? in

the tournament over Wilbur

HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yankees ....

Post, Redlegs ...........
Berra,, Yankees
Thomas, pirates

jBauer,. xanicees

..10

8
8 s
7

xouar c

uaney c ......... q

Dropo lb ........ 5

Apariclo ss ....s. 2

a-Northey ....... 0

Brldeweser is ,... 3
Pierce p ;:;.'. 8

Howell p

RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yankees . . .
Berra, Yankees .........
Lemon, Senators .......
Boyer, Cardinals .......

Musial, Cardinals

RUNS
Mantle, Yankees

Yost, senators
Bauer, Yankees
Berra, Yankees
Post, Redlegs

HITS
Mantle, Yankees
Boyer, Cardinals
Olson, Senators
Dark, Giants
Long, Pirates ...

24
22
19
18
18.

22
17
17
16
.16

22
29
?7
27
27

Goodman 2b......
e-Consolo
Klaus 3b .........
Gernert If .......
Zauchin lb ......

Jensen rt

. PITCHING

Ford, Yankees ...
Wilson, Orioles .......
Lawrence, Redlegs .

(13 tied with 2-0).

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Desert Inn Country Club

The four-year-old has

WITHOUT BREAK
NEW YORK (NEA) -The Unit United
ed United Hunts has not missed a race
meeting in New York since its
founding in 1905. It was the only

association to hold raeini? in New

oeen lors Mate in 1911-iz.

lliotk

ers

ay

this Sunday May 13th
Men. . come to Felix's Branch Store
this Friday night between 6 and 9 p.m;,
to choose your mother's gift.
No ladies will be allowed and you can
shop in comfort and privacy.
FELIX B. MADURO
' BRANCH STORE ONLY
No. 6 Tivoli Ave. Tel. 2-2126

David Drennan
Winner In School
Golf Tournament

After 36 holes of very consis consistent
tent consistent golf at the Summit Hill
Club, David .Drennan went home
with the top honors for the 1956
BHS Intramural Handicap Golf
Tournament Besides winning
the number one Handicap posi position,
tion, position, David also came in with

low gross of 156.

Jim DesLondes was second,
and Wesley Young third. It could

have been anybody's tournament

all the way between the top

three. The boys were within

few strokes of each other

throughout the 36 hole affair.

The following is a list of the
boys finishing the tournament

ana the order in which they tin

4shed. -

A League H. G.S.
David Drennan 6 156
Jim DesLondes 6 161
Wesley Young 4 162
Jim Watson 20 208
. i- -i v B League
D. DesLondes 20 181

Jeffrey Kline 24 203

Edward Ford 17 226

C Learue

N.S.
144
149
154
168
141
155
178 s

W. Marquard 24

D. Bergere 16
Milton Musser 17
Bob Sander 24
Ken Amato ', 24
Bill Engelke 24
Worden French 24
Peter Peca 23
Richard Tewes. 24

203
189
192
211
219
238
239
248
252

155

157

158

163
171
190
191
202v
204

SUM PICKINGS
LOUISVILLE (NEA) The Ken

tucky Derby and The Preakness

eacn nas been won only once bv

a foreign-bred. Omar Khayyam
took the Run for the Roses in 1917.
War Cloud bagged The Preakness

Ab R
9 0

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0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

Po
3
6
3
3
4
7
0
11
0
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Totals

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45 J 8 37 14

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,feReiSox,A:

5
0
5
7
4'
4

Piersall cf ....... 2

Throneberry cf

tiuacun ss

wmte c

c-Vernon

Daley c

auuivan n

b-Willlasm

Hura n

d-Hatton

Sisler p

0
1
1
1
0
0
0

4 0
5 1
4 0
10
0 0
3,0
Ij 0
0 0'
1 0
0 0

l0
3 5

Totals

46 4 10 39 16

a At bat for Apariclo when

3rd out made In 6th.

b Filed out for Sullivan In

llth. i: .y

c Filed out for White in 12th.

d Grounded out for Hurd in

12th.

e Ran for Goodman In 13th.

x One out when winning run

scored.

Rochester Retains :
IL Lead; Montreal,
Columbus Also Win
NEW YORK, May 9 (UP) (UP)-Ellls
Ellls (UP)-Ellls Cotton) DeaV not. much
of a batter as far as pitchers go,
propelled a two-run homer in the

seventh Inning last night that

not oniy enabled the mue switch
hitter to tie his 1955 runs batted

in record but also earned the

Rochester Red Wings a 4-3 vie

tory! over the Richmond Vlrp Vlrp-nlans.
nlans. Vlrp-nlans. y-v-,

The victory enabled Rochester"

to remain atop the internation international
al international League standings, one and
one-half games In front of the

Montreal Royals, who Jumped on
a quartet of Havana hurlers for

a J-3 victory. BUI Nlshlta, who
paid his way to the parent
Brooklyn Dodgers' tra 1 n 1 n g
camp, went all the way to pick
up his second win against one

lOSS. ; ,
. ,i .' '' ,: "... -" 'A. '.

The Columbus Jets scored

three times in the second inning
0 and then added single runs in
0 the seventh and ninth to give
0 Bob Kuzava a 5-2 victory over
n the Buffalo Bisons, and the To

ronto Maple Leafs, paced by Lo-

ren Babe's three-run fifth inning
homer downed the Miami Mar

lins, .5-3 wx'.v -; .:" ; X -'J:

Chicago
Boston

020 000 000 010 03
101 000 000 01014

SUMMARY Errors: Good

man, Klaus 3, Jensen BuddinJ

anaeweser, rierce. ,- tiaii uer-i
nert 2, Apariclo,'Jensen, Good Goodman
man Goodman (Dropo scored on error by
Klaus in 2nd, (Kell scored on

error by Buddm la llth). Dou.

bles: -Piersall, Fox, Kelt Home

run: Gernert Sacrifice: Good'
man, Klaus. Double-play: Sulli-

van-Buddin-Zauchln 2. Left on

basec. Chicago 7, Boston 16. Bas

es on nans: Fierce 7. Howell 1.

Sullivan 2, Sisler 1. S.O.: Pierce

5, Sullivan 4, Hurd 1. Hits off:
Pierce 9-11, Howell 1-1, Sulli

van 8-11. Hurd 0-1. Sisler 0-1.

Runs and earned runs: Pierce 3

2, Howell 1-1, Sullivan 3-0, Wild

pitch: Sullivan.' Hit by. pitch

Pierce (Zauchin), Sullivan (Lol-

iar). passed ball: Battey. WP:
Sisler (2-0). LP: Howell (1-2).
Along The Fairwdys

LADIES DAY AT FORT DAVIS

Play on the regular Ladles Day

at Fort Davis was for gross and
net Erlene Dials won the prize
for low gross and VI Pavllck
broke 100 again and had the
prize for low net. Good playing

gals! ?- : v

We have a new Rlneer tourna

ment started, and it will : last

until the first of June. So dont
let the rain ston vou from play

ing, come out and Improve those

first round scores.. --

GOLFING NEWS FROM THE
AMADOR LADD3S

Bernlce Davis won the flag

tournament that was run xn A
pril 26 by puttine out on No. 1

after completing 18. Pearl Slmms
and Marion Betters tied for sec

The Unescores:

Columbus 030 000 1015, 14
Buffalo 000 101 0002 7

Kuzava and Noble; Bowman J

Wooirldge (6); Hahr (7) Stryska

(9) ana Thompkinson. LP Bw-

maa.- ;..

Havana. 200 001 000 3 11 "2
Montreal 000 122 10X 6 7 3

Rabe, Hatten (6) sanches' (6)

Lane (8) and Dotterer; Nihita

and Ronnuig. LP-i-Hatten.

Richmond 100 001 100 3 9
Rochester 010000 30x 1 11

, Nardella. Dixon (7) andThack

erj.Deal and Rand. LP Nardel-

la. HR Deal (Roch.)

NEW YORK, May 9 (UP)-

Promoter Jim Norrls hopes ;to

sign Tommy (Hurricane) Jack

son and. Floyd Patterson today
or tomorrow for their important

heavyweight contenders' .fight

at Madison Square Garden next

montn. : ,

Norris declined to comment
on the proposed date, terms
and television arrangements,
. "That wlU aU be part of the
announe e neat" when the
match is made." he said.'

However, it was rtroorted that

the New York area will be black

ed out on a 100-mile radius and

that young Patterson has been

guaranteed f?5,C0.; It was re.

ported alo txiat me Garden will

be scaled. lor ?2SO,ooo. 1
- Bookmakers said 21-year-old
Patterson of Brooklyn will be
favored at tW Ut 5 to beat 24
; year-old Jackson of Far Rork Rork-away,
away, Rork-away, N.Y. because of his
speed, skill and punch, al although
though although he has actually fought
only one "name" heavyweight,
Jimmy Slade, during bis 30 30-bout
bout 30-bout career. ,, 1

The odds dispute the ratings

which place Tommy second and

Fioyd, atn.

Ireland Hikes Tax
On Horse Betting

DUBLIN, Ireland, May 9 (UP)

Ireland, home of the Irish
Sweepstakes, drastically hiked
the tax on horse race betting to

day. ,-

Overseas sweepstakes winners
will not be affected hnder the
1956-57 tax program introduced

in. paraament, noweve;;

"Finance .'Minister Gerard
Sweetman, proposed the increase
to "stimulate economy and dis discourage
courage discourage f ; "non-essential spending."-
The ;bad news to" the new
tax program Included bles on
tobacco and gasoline and on
dancing establishments.,,

Teams

Milwaukee
St Louis
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
New York

Pittsburgh..

rniiaaeipnia,
Chicago,.: ;

TODAt'3 GAMES -New
York at Cincinnati (NV
Pittsburgh; at Milwaukee ,(N
Brooklyn at Chicago ;
, Philadelphia at St Louis (N)
' t : t
( f
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Brooklyn-. 311 000 001 6 J0; 1

Chicago '000 000 0000 3 0

Newcobme (4-1)' and Walker.
Hacker (0-3).- Valentiiietti

Lown and Landnth.

T

W, L jPcU GB

.14 -5

.,9.7
. 3 8
.10 11
r 67
. 9 All
. 7 10!
.7 12

.737

.563
.467
.462
.450
.412

4
6
6

(Night Game) -:

Pittsburgh 000000 0000 3 1

Milwaukee 1 010 102 lOx 5 6 1

Friend (3-2).. Swanson and

Shepard..

spahn (1-1) and Crandall.

(Night Game) .-..''

New York 200 020 0105 9
Cincinnati .-. 000 000 0134 -8

Hearn (M), Liddle and KatL

Fowler (2-21, Smith, Jeff coat

ana Bauey..

3

Teams j ..... j
New York ..
Eobton
Cleveland- ;
Baltimore . .
Chicago.. I
Washington v
Kansas City'-.,
Oetroit

Detroit at WaslUngton'N) i
Kansas City 'at Eaitimore (N) :
Cleveland at New Yqrk' j3.
, Chicago at Boston ? S

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS A
Cleveland h -000 101 010--3 13 ; 0
New York 01000I20X 4 9 0

Wynn (3-l, Narleskl and He-

gan.

'Kucks

(3

3-1 )(s

and .Berra. i

(Night Game) -

Philadelphia 106 000 000--l .4

St. Louis 025 002 OOx 9 10

Chica. s 02d 000 000 010 03' ;"' 3
Boston 10L000 000 010 1-4 1 6
Pierce, Howell (1,-2).' and Lol Lol-lar,
lar, Lol-lar, Battey. j, 4. -,
.. Sullivan,, HurdV. r.Slsl'er (2-0)
and White, Daley.
(Night Game) '-'
Detroit 000 281 120 14'15! 0 :
Washington- '200 301 000 6 8 0

0, -' Maas, Marlowe (11)' a n d
4 House. .

.Stone,' Chakales (J-l)yGrob,
Brodowski and Courtney. : ",.
(Night Game)- f
Kansas City .000 120 001-- 1 : 2
Baltimore 501 000 Olx T 8 3

Cqccarelll (0-1V, Harrington
Portocarrero Burtschy, LASorda

ana. Thompson.

Roberts (3-2), Pillette. Ross.

Negray and Semlnlck. t v ; 1 1

Schmidt (2-0). Jackson and! Brown 1-0L 'JZuverInk

Smith. Smith. ,.

and

'" iY'L ' V"''

R. Armed Forces
Little Leaguers

in

The Armed Forces Lltt'.e

League All-Stars and the Pan

a ma Little League Stars are
scheduled to meet in the second
game of their best of three series-tonight
' at the Panama

Olympic Stadium. The game Is

siated to begin at 7.

, The Panama All Stars won the
series opener1 at Balboa Monday

night The third tame, If neces necessary,
sary, necessary, will be played at a site to
be decided on tonlpht. t v
in case of rain, the game will

be postponed until tomorrow-

same time, same place.
The winner of the' series will

be presented with a beautKulf
silver trophy donated, bv the

Lion's Clubs of Panama and the

uanai zone.
The public Is Invited. Admit,
tance is free.

Low gross was won by Irene
Robinson who shot an 80.
Last week, May 3, a medal play
full handicap tournament was
run from the mens' tees. Bobbie
Hughes won low gross with an
88. Irene Robinson and Alyce
French tied for low1 net- with

77's. Ethel Perantie had- 3rd low'

- '
: .;- .j .... .,('. .f ;

iii i

the next year.

ond both holing out on No. 18.
net with a 78.



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PEREZ TAKES MEDALIST
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for 38 holes took medal honors in
the Rodman Club Championship
Tourney. The Marine Sergeant
was an easy medal winner. The
closest qualifying was Ralph Mil Mil--
- Mil-- ler with a 150. Dick Ritter with a
. 152 took third place honors. De De-.
. De-. fending Champ Wes Young fired a
164 which was good enough to put
him in the Championship flight.
- On the distaff side Ann Todd
was Medalist with an 89-86 175 for
36 holes. Lia Hadley with a 185
..was runner-up. 3n ,' u-- j. i
" This coming weekend will see
the first round underway.-Barring
bad weather it should prove a

good weekend of golf. The. Bean-j
Young, uuver-tioit ana. ; l e r-
, Hudson jnatchips' -promise1 to 'be
F'imp o the better in '"ves of the
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Anions the- ladies tiie -To ld-We-i
. ber and Badley-Hazy matches will
'pit our better lady golfers against-
one another) r: .t&jtWiw
The course js in excellent con condition
dition condition for the tournament. T h e
pew pitching green will afford, con contestants
testants contestants an opportunity to sharpen
pp their short game. A new inno-
Starting Just
Like Jim Corbetf ;
TORONTO (NEA) -a Irish John
McHugh is a bank clerk 1 who
wants to be the heavyweight
champion of the world.
' He feels there is nothing to stop
him. Not, while ring history shows
that Jim Corbett made the tame
slep in San Francisco years ago.
" HcHugh is a 6-3, 220 J- pounder
from Belfast, Ireland. A black black-hahred
hahred black-hahred 20-year-old: he has worked
as a iank clerk for the pas: two
and a half years.
Ue entered a professional hea hea-vyweignt
vyweignt hea-vyweignt boxing tournament stag staged
ed staged here. Jack Dempsey suggested
he enter the event. McHueh visit visited
ed visited the Mantssa Mauler In New
York and said he had bee' an a a-mateur
mateur a-mateur boxer in Ireland.
"He was Interested in jny size
and youth," McHugh says. "I feel;
tnai.oa wui neip-.me.
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Fairways
jvation is th practice tee which
will open shortly. Members who
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cently will certainly be pleased
with the improvements made to
the course.
The pairings for this week are
ai follow:
Men'i Championship flight
Perez vs Bell r
.- Bean vs Young : v. vr
Ritter vs Collett
Shaw, bs Bye
' Miller vs Hudson
Carlton vs henry
, Oliver vs Holt
Humble vs Bye
'Men i First Flight "
' ITadlpjr vs" Boyett v
Schroff vs Bye
Lehman vs Bye
brenmoe vs Bye '
Sullivan vs Bye
Bliss vs McGinnir
"Davis vs .Bya -
" Vinson vs Bye r" :"k --"
- Men! Second Flight "'i.
McAmis vs Marcelo
Schable vs Bye y
Helm vs Bye
McNulty vs Bye
'Smith vs Bya
Chapin vs Johnson ;
Hazy vs Bye
.Todd vs Bye
Ladles Championship. Flight
.Todd vs Weber .
.Hadley vs Hazy.
." tidies First FlightV
Bitter vs Logan
Best vs McNulty
Sullivan vs Niswn'."'
? Chapin vs Bye
All contestants are rniiiMfnt'tn
schedule the date and time of
their matches. The Club Manager
Hosenao Hoanguez; repi to you,
will assist all competitors insofar
as he can in furnishing phone
numbers.-' He may be reached, at
oyy 5U.
First round matches v must be
completed by p.m. Sunday, May
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(EDITOR'S NOTE: b there
heavyweight wb cat i fight?
With Rocky Marciano retired.

thaf boxing's bit question. la
this last M four articles, NEA
S porta Editor Harry Graysoa
discusses the possibilities of
Marclaao comuif back.)
By HAIRY GRAYSON
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NEW YORK (NEA) Poor pro promoting
moting promoting drove Rocky Marciano in into
to into retirement a year head of sched schedule.
ule. schedule. . ;
If .there is a chance that the
chamoion will come back it hing
es on the quick development of
Floyd Patterson, the lone pretend pretender
er pretender with sufficient potential to draw
a million dollar gate. ;
If there is the slightest hope of
Marciano returning, Patterson, now
21, will have to clear the decks
and be ready for The kock tn June
o next year.
Marciano will be 33 in Sep
tember, would be a rank sucker
to try it again any later than next
summer and after being out of
action for almost two years.
Sure. Marciano' wanted in or
tim with his wife and child, but
The Rock was never adverse to a
fat payday. It was because one
wasn t in signt m we lmmeaiaie
futun. that he called it a career career-far
far career-far the time being at least, svj
The JBO didn't build 'iybo&y.m
moanea- jaanager i mm.
Norris thought only of television!
commitments from week to week.
You've sot to build in thir busi-
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There were stages where Hur-
ricana Tommy Ja.kion. Nino Val-
des and Bob Baker could have,
been profitably paired with Marct
ano, but wnen ngniers oi wis
caliber are continually matched
they just have to ehmmate one an
other. ,' r- t
Rocky MarclaM
Weill and Promoter Norris did
not seem unduly concerned when
Marciano made his announcement
Big Jim Norris made one last
mmute bid "Rocky. there any
thing I can do to persuade you to
su''.,:;-?;:.-r;:'v-r:.-r." i
Otherwise, Weill asd Norris
gave Marciano his bead. There
was nothing in sight lor him. So,
why not give him his own way
and then, provided Patterson "ar
rives," motor to Brockton and put
a half million dollar assignment
on the table for him. He would
have to succumb, a lot of people
believe. j
There are those in Rocky's
corner, Chick Wergeles for ex example,
ample, example, who believe he will be
back. .-
"He's a million dollar fighter,"
says Wergeles. who had a- piece of
Marciano. "Why should be fight
some bum for nothing? But if
Patterson turns out to be as godd
as they say be is and a gate draw
is around, that' something alse
again." (
It is hard for- a fighter to quit.
To begin with, he has had a pleas
ant and lazy sort of life. The
instant the fight was finished, the
world was his shrimp cocktail.
Hii time was his own. -He went
where he pleased ith everybody
being and scraping. Hr always
had money. Most of all, a fighter,
especially a Marciano, likes fight fighting.
ing. fighting. It's like a drug. He c a n't
stayiway from jt.
The fighter finds the business
world too constant, irritating and
strange. Ha must follow the clock
There is not as much time for
golf and whatnot. The pay if far
less, if indeed there is any at all
The glamor rubs off. Hero wor
shippers quit making a fuss over
him..'
The smartest of them attempted
comebacks, such an intelligent
chap as Benny Leonard after be being
ing being on the sideline for seven
years. : Fidel LaBarba forsook
Standard University for one more
whirl. Few believed that Louis
would try another fling,, or Sugar
Ray Robinson. But they came
back; ;.-'- V.
Only Gene Tunney stayed away,
and the Manly Marine had and
keot making' more money than
he knew what to do with.
The quick rise or fall of young

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DOUBLE DUTY Already on the Olympic" basketball team.
candidate. for the track and field squad. Despite a sore heel, the
All-America center high-jumped six feet eight inches,

DeSpirito Spill Stresses J
Jockey's Life Not All Silk

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TfEW YORK (NEAl Tony De
Spirito's frightful spill, at Laurel
further stresses the fact that rid.
ling race horses is one of the more
precarious occupations. ':
There are two sides to the game
It isn't all flashing silki. pranc
ing thoroughbreds and the cash-
crammed wallets of the Eddie
Arcaros and Ted Atkinsons. There
are perhaps 30 rich jockeys. The
others are just trying to do the
best they can, v.,:.;
When Folderol fell at Laurel
there was nothing at all the skill
of De Spirito could do about it. The
injuries and subsequent opt ra
tions may end. the 22-year old
jockey's riding days. Only last
September, the poor kid was put
in a hospital for two months when
Open Sesame went down during
the running of the Beldame Han
dicap at Aqueduct. -
Even with improved conditions
ana more supervision, ue mm pa
trol and better skull, caps, an a
mazing thing is that more jockeys
aren't hurt in. th beat of racing.
To fully realize this, you only have
to stana ciose to turn ana watcn
a large field come around it.
The boys talk among them themselves
selves themselves of one of their number be being
ing being "scared of the cars." if you
were driving one of eight or 10 au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles making a turn abreast
on a parkway at 40 miles an hour,
you'd stay in your own lane
wouldn't you 2
That's how fast horses are trav
eling wiih jockeys making split
second decisions, Toey weigh
trom 100 to. 116 pounds and are
astride 1,00 pounds or mora of
dynamite. and sometimes it is
crazy high explosive over which
they nave little or no control.
From the time he leaves the
paddock, there are 1000 or m o r e
ways in which a horse can lose a
race.: Think of that before bet
ting on one, There are almost as
many ways in which the jockey
can be injured. -The
Jockeys' Guild, Inc., has
lost, two members already this
year. Crash helmets were tried
out at Agua Caliente after LeRoy
Nelson was kUled tnere, Jan. 12,
Charley Guinup's mount hit anoth
er horses heel-at HUlito in Tuc Tucson,
son, Tucson, Ariz., and went down. The
jock's right ribs were crushed,
puncturing a lung. v "'" "'"
Vernon Smith was killed in a
fall at Rockingham last year.
Johnny Barba was killed in a fall
at the7 clubhouse turn at Jamaica
a number of years back.
, The public hardly hears about!
a race riding fatality unless tne
jockey is prominent. The death
of Georgia Woolf at Santa Anita
attracted attention. Earl Dew had I

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just come Into his own when kill
ed at Agua Caliente in thejate
1V30S.
Steeplechase riders fall oftener
than riders on the flat. Tom Roby
nas been flat on his back in a Ja
malca, Long Island, hospital for
eight years. His mount took a Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Park hurdle and he didn't.
Harry Harris was killed several
years ago in a morning workout
at Aqueduct when Montadet hit
the side of a jump.
While the percentage of injuries
and deaths has decreased to an ex
tent that insurance rates are not
as high as they once were, it still
takes a couraegous boy to ride a
race norse...,-
Tell that to the next guy you
near booing a jockey just beaten
on the favorite.
MOVING MAN Representing
Villanova, Ron Delany did not.
lose an indoor mile during the--winter
season, ran one in 4:04.9.
He'll represent Irejand in the
Olympic Games.
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Bill Russell also fa a strong
University of San Francisco's
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Kobbe Swimmers
Cbrnplele J956
Motivated :by a desire to retain
last year's. Panama Area Armed
Forces aqua crown, Fort Kobbe's
current swimming aspirants have
successfully completed the 1956
Post eliminations, v V
Entries from Kobbe 'Special Post
Units outswam their competitors to
take first place In the meet with a
total of 48 points, m
Repeating their last year's per performances
formances performances to pace the winning
team were Charles Latham, who
won the. 3 meter spring board div diving,
ing, diving, garnering 276.9 points, and
William Dieteriy, who finished first
in the 200, 400, and 800 meter free
styles. Both aqua stars are mem members
bers members of Tank Co., 33d Infantry re regiment.
giment. regiment. ;
Another promising prospect for
Kobbe this season is Larry Kir Kir-wan,
wan, Kir-wan, also of Tank Co. Kirwan
placed first and second respective respectively
ly respectively in the grueling 400 meter indi individual
vidual individual medley and 100 meter back backstroke,
stroke, backstroke, and was a member of the
team winning the 800 meter free
style riay. ;.:
Ansel Fernandec-Revei. nf Tank
Co., rounded out the Special Post
Unit's victory team by copping
first place in the 100 meter tree
style and placing second in the 200
and 400 meter events.
' Takhig second place team hon honors
ors honors with a score of 39 points was
the 33d Infantry's First battalion.
High scorer on the team waa Oleg
neoutt of liq. and Hq. Co.-who won
both the 200 Meter breaststroke
and 100 meter Twtterflyjrelay. Al
so showing top form was "C" com
pany's Lewis Sims who swam, first
in the 100 meter backstroke series
and placed third in the diving ev events..
ents.. events..
The swimming meet sponsored
by Kobbe Special Service Office,
was supervised by Sp-3 William R R-R.
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Masier Your Game... No. 20
Feet Motor Of Swing

By JACKIE BURKE
Master of the Mistvra
Written for NEA Service
NEXT time you hit a full shot
with a short iron, count the numb number
er number of seconds it takes for the ball
to leave the ground and return
to earth,
Count one at the instant of im impact.
pact. impact. Jhe ball probably will
bounce at the counf of six.
Repeat the procedure with a
long iron. The ball will bounce at
the same coirat as with the short
iron. Jarring wind resistance, a
nine and a two iron shot stays in
the air practically the same a a-moun;
moun; a-moun; of time.
This proves in a roundabout
way -that there is little sense in
hitting one iron -any harder than
the other.
The manufacturer has looked
after rtkl.nr. tnr vn,, In T
of loft ..M
Varying the position of the ad-
drejs of
each spoils the purpose
of this.
For example, whe addressing
either an eight or a four iron, the
ball is still played midway be between
tween between the feet. As I point out in
the book, "The .Natural Way to
Better Golf" (Hanover Houss), the
only difference is .that with the
four the ball is farther from you.
The pivot consists actually of
pulling the right hip out oft be
way on the backswing and- the
left hip on the down jut enough
to allow the hands free passage.
CHICK OVIRWORK
Chica'go (NEA) No American
League club can schedule a double-header
after a night game un unless
less unless one of the games is needed to
complete the schedule near the
end of the season.

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MILWAUKEE, Wis. (NIA1
Calling the roll of Marquette quart quarterbacks
erbacks quarterbacks in spring practice is a tax
on the tongue of Coach Johnny
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The muster includes Carmody,
Cornell, Coviello and Cumberlicn.
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SURRENDERS Torduchi
Sava makes the "V for vic victory
tory victory sign In New York after
surrendering at the district
attorney's office. Police report
that Sava, who had been
sought under the name of
Tony Tudorache, admitted
firing into some 300 worship worshippers
pers worshippers about to enter a church,
lulling one man and wounding
five others.

Threaten

Greek Cypriot Terrorists

Eye-FcmEye Vengeance On British

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NICOSIA, Cyprus, May 9 (UP)
Greek Cypriote, threatened
bloody reprisals against Britain
today in eye-for-an-eye venr
geance against the scheduled
hangings of two extremists. ;
Grim British troop trghtenee'
security measure throughout Cy-

PC Organization T a Observe
Job Safety Week' May 73-79

"Job Safety Week" is to be ob observed
served observed throughout the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal organization during the com coming
ing coming week and plans are being
made to publicize and emphasize
job safety in every unit. j
! The observance of Job Safety
Week is a part of a national ob ob-,'sejrvance
,'sejrvance ob-,'sejrvance from May 13 through 19,
under the sponsorship of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Safety Council. It has been
endorsed by President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower with the slogan of "Not a Sin Sin-'gle
'gle Sin-'gle Accident during the entire
week of May 13."

!' twhile the program in the Canal

Zone genrally is beig sponsored ny
the Zone Federal Safety Council
Board, composed of safety repre

sentatives of the various govern

ment agencies, the program m the
- Canal organization will be prima

rily promulgated by the heads of

bureaus and divisions.

Bureau directors have been re requested
quested requested by the Governor's office

tof promote job safety during the
week by such methods as public-

: ating and distributing digests of
safety rules and regulations; hold holding
ing holding safety, meetings; appointing
special workers inspection com committees
mittees committees to make complete inspec inspections
tions inspections and report oh unsafe practic-

. es or working .conditions; encour

aging safety suggestions; conduct

ing safety training sesses ; a n d

rerporting every accident; and

various oilier means.

"The success of Job Safety
Week," memorandum en the
subject to bureau, directors stat stated,
ed, stated, "will depend largely upon
the frequency with which '-employes
are reminded of the sig significance
nificance significance of the week of May 13.

"This urogram, sponsored by

the Federal Safety Council, is to
demonstrate that accidents to Fed

eral employes can be greatly re

duced when all Federal employes,
working together as a team, fulfill

their moral and civic responsrbih

ty to their employer for working

safety.
"Further, it will implant in tn

minds of government workers

the realization that, if they can
greatly reduce the number of acci

dents for one week, they can do

so every week in the year.. Job

Safety Week also will call atten

tion to the importance of year-

round support of every individual

to existing productive safety pro

grams..

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Epidemic-Sized
Cholera Outbreak
Plagues Calcutta

CALCUTTA, May 9 (UP) l-The
government declared a cholers
outbreak in Calcutta of epidemic
proportions today and ordered

miss inoculations against the di-

setse. Raids were ordered against
outdoor food stalls and exposed

- foodstuffs.
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The government said there had
been 221 cholera attacks and 76
deaths in the week ending May 5
as compared with 161 attacks and
M deaths the previous week.
' Municipal authorities said the to total
tal total of 595,000 already inoculated
. was "grossly inadequate" since
the city has a population estimat estimated
ed estimated at 6,000,000.

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prus in the went crisis ef the 13 13-month
month 13-month oM campeige of violence.
Riots were feared mi Britons were
warned to stay indoors.
h was believed they wonM die
Nlcosi was a dead city but an

explosive" one.

Greek appealed to the United

States to intervene.

The two men who are to hang

are Michael Karaolis, 22, and
Andreas Dimitrlou, 22.

Karaolis murdered a Greek

Cypriot policeman in Aufust.
Dimitrlou wounded a British

businessman last November and
was sentenced to die under e-

mergency regulations against

the carrying of firearms..

They would be the first exe-

cuted as terrorists. ,

at dawn tomorrow but no public
announcemnet was made. Their
doom was sealed yesterday when
colonial Gov. Sir John Harding
confirmed death sentences

Rebels struck as soon as dark

ness fell last night. They at attacked
tacked attacked two patrol cars at Pap Pap-hos
hos Pap-hos with bombs and machine-

gun fire but British troops drove

mem on with nnes. No casual

ies were reported. Earlier the

rebels threw a grenade at a

patrol car.
Meanwhile in Athens, Greek
demonstrators broke through po police
lice police lines and smashed window of
the U.S. (Information agency.
Police, fired pistol shots in the
air in attempts to halt the rioters.

rne American agency came
under attack as hundreds of
Greeks ran riot In demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations protesting British actions
on the Island of Cyprus.-
Wave after wave of anrrv

Greeks surged against notice

lines guarding the British and
American embassies and their
agencies a and offices in down downtown
town downtown Athens. ", f
Similar, demonstrations broke
out In Salonika
The attack on the U.S. Infor Information
mation Information Service office followed a
government decision to relax a
ban on gatherings and to per

mit one rally to be held In

Omoola Square in the heart of

Atnens. . :
Thit rally quickly got out of
hand and mobs raced down the
street toward the heavily-guarded
America nagency.

1 The crowd apparently felt that
the United State it supporting supporting-even
even supporting-even If tacitly British action in
Cypru. i.

inree times frenzied groups
managed to break through the

ponce coraon. Tnev smashed

U.8.I.S. fffice windows and hur

led stones, clubs and pieces of
wood at the building.

train mis ukavcl ittuus. iws is the wreckage of a passenger train which was' de derailed,
railed, derailed, near Waukesha, Wis.r; after. httlng a;1 gravel truck.: The train was carrym iOOO grade
school youngsters. No deaths were reported, but '42 were Injured." t '.

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PLOTTER Dorothy Rose
Long, 28, has reportedly con confessed
fessed confessed in Hackensack, N.J., to
a plot to murder her mother
and step-father. The confes confession
sion confession was disclosed by the As Assistant
sistant Assistant Bergen County prose prosecutor.
cutor. prosecutor. Miss Long is under
double New Jersey indictment
for conspiracy and "advoca "advocation"
tion" "advocation" of murder and is being
' held in jail.

Brazilian Realizes Dream

Of American Citizenship

NEW YORK, May 9 a- (UP) I

The determination of a 20-year-

old Brazilian to become "an A A-merican
merican A-merican citizen has finally paid
Off." :

A California housewife has a-

greed to sponsor the citizenship

hopes of wanoeriy da cunna ua ua-margo.
margo. ua-margo. who twice stowed away

in the nose wheel compartments
of planes Jlylng from Brazil to
New York, It was revealed yes

terday, j ;r r :-;

Immigration authorities said

Camargd is being released from
the Federal House of Detention
under the sponsorship of Mrs.

William E. Foster, of eseaa,
Calif., herself a native of Brazil.

She agreed to find a Job for Ca Ca-margo
margo Ca-margo while he studies for clt-

lzenshlo examinations ana waiis

out the resioence requirements.

It was Camargo's determi determination
nation determination to become a citizen that
attracted the attention of Mrs.
Foster, who met her husband

(NEA'Telephoto)
IN COURT Matthew J. Con Connelly
nelly Connelly Is shown at the United
States District Court in St.
Louis where he was to go on
trial on a charge of conspir conspiring
ing conspiring to defraud the govern government.
ment. government. Connelly was appoint appointment
ment appointment secretary to former
President Truman.

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Navy Rocket Misses
illili'de Record
By About 69 Miles
WHITE SANDS PROVING

GROUND, N.M., May 9 (UP) A
Navy rocket zoomed to a height

of 116.5 miles In three minutes

and 42 seconds yesterday but miss

ed its try for a new altitude rec-fl

ord by about 69 miles.

The Aerobeo-Hi rocket exhaust

ed Its fuel at about 79,000 feet in

51 seconds, then zoomed up to

116.5 miles before dropping, back

to earth, it nad been hoped the
rocket would reach a x height of
185 miles, r
' When the last of its fttel was

burned out, the rocket wasvtravel wasvtravel-ing
ing wasvtravel-ing upward at about 5,400 feet

per second. X

iuc fcixui uifliiuc was m uisy-
ppointment for scientists who haft

hoped, to obtain more information
leading to construction of an earth
satellite.
However, a Navy 'spokesman
said there was no major malfunc malfunction
tion malfunction in the rocket's performance.
He termed the launching success successful
ful successful in that scientists were able to

study the performance of the new-

type rocket. s
, It was the second attempt In
two weeks to fail in the try for

altitude. Last week, arocket
climbed to only 10,000 feet before
falling back to earth.

The Aero bee-Hi rocket dropped
hack to earth about 60.000 yards

north of the launching site. It car

ried 120 pounds of instruments to
measure propulsion, structural

performance and flight character-
eft Mat

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when he was an engineer with
Lockheed Aircraft Corp. In
Sao Paulo.
On Feb. 11, a policeman ar arrested
rested arrested Camargo near New York's
International Airport as a loit

erer and found that the youth

had ridden an airliner from

Brazil perched in the chilly con

fines of tne nose wneei compart

ment, t

Immigration authorities sym

pathized with the youth's deter

mination to become a vs. cit

izen but had no choice but to

deport him -t- this time Inside
ah airplane.

Then, on March 29, anotner

nollceman noticed Camargo

walking near International Air-

Dort and arrested mm because

rhe thought It curious the youth

should be barefoot, camargo

confessed that he had taken an

other nosewheel compartment

ride.

When the youth told a court
that he would try the stunt
arain if deported the Judge
said he had no choice "t to
sentence Camargo te jail.
Camargo will be taken to Tia

uana, Mexico, from which he

will be allowed to enter the

country legally and Mrs. Foster

will take over from there. ene

said he had Informed her he

would like to Join the U.S. Armv,

"But nlease tell other Brazil

ians not to try the same thing,"
she added. "It won't always

work."

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THE VICTIMS Mr., and Mrs. Leland Lloyd Thurlow are
shown entering Bergen County Jail in Hackensack, N.J. They
had gone to visit Mrs. Thurlow's daughter, Dorothy Rose Long,
who has reportedly confessed to a plot to murder the Thurlow's
because stepfather Thurlow was over-strict about her boy
' friends.

U.S. Rushes Grain,
Milk To Peruvians
WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP)
The United States will rush 45,000
tons of surplus U.S. grain and
2,000 tons of dried milk to Peru
to help overcome a serious food
shortage, it was announced today.
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Little' League

Girls 17, Boys 4

INJURED IN TRAIN WRECK Some of the students Injured
when the Wain they were riding .was derailed after hitting a
gravel truck jwai Waukeska, Wis., are shown, at the scene of
!" y 'V the wreck.

Millionaire Alfred Vanderbilt; Wife

Of 10 Yeas Ai Pcriiiig Of The Ways

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Seventeen girls and only four

boys,'two of them twins, born at

Gorgas Hospital during tne

week ending at midnight May 7

according to tne regular nospi

Ul report. The twins, boys, were

born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L
Cornelius, of Fort Kobbe.

' The names and addresses of

the parents of the j;irl babie
follow: ''

Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Barakat,

of Bethania; Mr. and Mrs. Alvis

D. Sartor, of Farfanj.Mr. and
Mrs. Douglas M. Abel, Jr., of Ft
Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs Thomas A.
Kordes, of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth J. Warden, of Fort
Amador; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J.
Olson, Jr.. of Fort Clayton: Mr.

and Mrs.-Enrique A. Morales, of

ranama;-Mr. ana Mrs. Edward

N. Rlcketts, of Gamboa; Mr. and

Mrs. Arthur Perez, of Cocoli:

MaJ. and Mrs. Elwood Ingram,

or AiDrooK; Mr. and Mrs. Don
K, Weidner, of Albrook: CaDt

ana Mrs. paui Fancher, of Fort

KODoe; Mr, and Mrs. Joseph N.I
Reld, of La Boca; Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick Edward Godd, of Loco Loco-na;
na; Loco-na; Mr. and Mrs.. Washington

8. Lum, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. Carlos A. Madrigal, of Pan Panama
ama Panama and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby

Leon James, of Locona.

In addition to the twins, boys

were born to Mr, and Mrs. Har Harold
old Harold Trapldo of Panama and Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond W. Curry, of
Gamboa.

NEW YORK, May fi (UP)

Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, 43-year-old
millionaire v turfman,

confirmed today that he and his
wife of 10 .'years, the former

Jeanne Lourdes Murray, have
signed an amicable separation

agreement.. ;

Through a close business asso associate,
ciate, associate, Vanderbilt announced that
he and the beauteous Mrs. Van Vanderbilt,
derbilt, Vanderbilt, who is listed as one of

the 10 best dressed women in

the world, signed the agreement
Jan. 14. They will share the cus-.

tody of their two children..
The xVanderbllts have no irri
mediate plans for a divorce, ac;

cording to tne associate. Frlenos
said the separation was the re result
sult result of the couple's divergent In Interests."
terests." Interests." 'Vanderbilt announced
yesterday that he Is cutting

down on his racing activities in

oraer to give more time to: tne
World Veterans Fund of which

he is international president r
: The jcouple signed the separa.

tion agreement, which Is under-;
stood to contain financial provi provisions
sions provisions for the children, Heide, 7,
and Alfred Jr., 6, a few days be-

fore Vanderbilt left on' a three-

moiun wur oi Asia on penan oi
the Veterans- Fund; On his re.

turn last 1 month. Vanderbilt

moved out of the Fifth Avenue
apartment he shared with his
wife and Into a Cooperative A A-partment
partment A-partment on Park Avenue which
he purchased recently..

1 Friends said Mrs.- Vanderbilt
does not wish a divorce because
of her Roman- Catholic .faith.
However, the couple were mar married.
ried. married. In a civil service in- 1945
rather than a religious ceremony
because of Vanderbllt'st divorce
front his first wife. Mrs; Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt is the daughter of the late
John" F. Murray, wealthy : New
York Port Authority Commis Commissioner.
sioner. Commissioner. t
: Vanderbilt's wealth, inherited
from the railroading Vanderbilts
and the Emerson family of Bro-mo-Seltzer
fame, is estimated at
about $25,000,000.. He Is a' mem

ber of the board of the New York
Central Railroad, but his Inter Interests
ests Interests have always been abosrbed
moVe by sports than by finance
or Industry. '

Gruenlher In Bonn
To Probe Gsrmsny's
UggingReerm:n;:n!

BONN. Mav 9 f TIPlL. rn. Al

fred Gruenther arrived here

from Paris today to talk with'
Chance'lor Konrad Adenauer and

other Bonn government officials

about Germany's lagging rearma rearmament.
ment. rearmament. .'.,,: i Y
The allied supreme, commander
was expected to reiterate promis promises
es promises that NATO's strategic planning
is based on defense as far east
a possible and not behind the
Rhine River.: '.-

v German sources said Adenauer
and Defense Minister T h e o d o r
Blank Would promise the NATO
chief fulfillment of this year's plan

under- which 95.000 men will be

mobilized by. December. r

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