The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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GETTING READY FOR A' SHAVE. Don Ernesto deiai Guardia,
Jr. Presidential candidate rolls uo his sleeve fof the shave. A11
Totera' arms were shaved after they cast their ballots, and their
lingers dipped In Indelible ink to prove they have voted, and
to prevent duplicate balloting.. tt

Eden's
Policy
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Irresponsible

LONDON, May. U (UP) ; ;-Britaln't
Britaln't ;-Britaln't Socialist opposition
' denounced the Cyprus policy ot
Prime Minister Sir Anthony (E (E-den's
den's (E-den's government today as ir irresponsible
responsible irresponsible folly."
Former Socialist colonial sec sec-tarv
tarv sec-tarv Jnmes Griffiths said the

present government could have
"transiormea ,mc uwuiv
Cyprus issue If It had reprieved
the two cyprlot gunmen hanged
last week.
TIlC UU1VCU wet
the same thing to the Eden Gov Gov-mment.
mment. Gov-mment. but the authorities

refused clemency to the two men.
Eden'a tough methods nave
raised the danger of making any
settlement In Cyprua impossible,
. Griffiths said. ; 1
" The Labor Party has urged a
(ettlement 'fby negotiation," he
, aaid, but the Conservative gov government
ernment government deportsd the chief Cy Cyprlot
prlot Cyprlot negotiator Archbishop
Makarios. ,-
Sloe-Eyed Girls
May Have Lured
Tommies To Death
LONDON,' MaV H (UP) A
British newspaper reported yes-i
terday that raven-haired Greek

i cypriot lovelies- may nave iur iur-ed
ed iur-ed two British soldiers to their
execution on the troubled is island
land island of Cyprus. f
' "Hours after terrorists' claim claimed
ed claimed to have hanged two British
soldiers," The Sunday Dispatch
reported, "a non -fraternization
British troops In Cyprus."
"The order If particularly di directed
rected directed against women.
"For raven-haired Greek love-
lies, known to be in the ranks
of the terrorists, are believed to
be acting as murder decoys," the
, paper said. ;
iThese sloe-eyed girls may
have enticed into captivity the
(Cypriot underground organtza organtza-two
two organtza-two British soldiers said by Eoka
tio) to haveen- handed as
reprLsal for the judicial execu
tion of two young terrorists."

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LONDON, Mayo 14 (UP) A. former top Intelligence agent
said yesterdav that missing frogman Lionel Crabb was a "free "free-lanee
lanee "free-lanee spy" who was on a "hard cash'' mission when he dived
near Soviet warships in Portsmouth Harbor and vanished.
Lt. Col.- A. P. Scotland, a leading British, agent of two world
wars,. gave his. Views in The Sunday Express on the eve of a
fuU-scale House of Commons debate on the frogman mystery.

Crabb 'disappeared 'April ? 19
while he reportedly was diving
near the Soviet cruiser Ordzhon Ordzhonikidze
ikidze Ordzhonikidze and two Red destroyers
which had brought Soviet chiefs
Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita
Khurshchev for; their visit to
Britain. i
. Britain apologised to Rnssfa
for the incident and expla'ned
that if it took place it dU so
wiUiout government auttftri-
ation.
But the skipper of the Sdviet
cruiser, Bear Adm. ;V. F. Kotov,
told the Communist party news
paper Fravda in Moscow that
Britain's explanation of Crabb's
activities "does not sound con
vincing." ".
Kotov said Crabb was last seen
by Soviet sailors ."moving to-
Ccniniy Shae Fracas
Between 2 Clerks
Ilels $20 lg Fines ;
TV
clerks who threw shoes at "each
other and practically ripped
each other's blouses off in a
fight last Friday, today were
found guilty in the Balboa Mag
istrate's Court of disturbing the
ycac ujr iiiibuiK, &uu writ
each fined $10.
The clerks, Louise Brewster.
38, and Debretta Yearwood, 33,
both Panamanians started bat bat-tlln
tlln bat-tlln after they found that they
kept bumpin? into one another
in the narrow passageway where
the shoes are stocked.
One of the girls demonstrat
ed, with appropriate hip move-
ments, before the Balboa Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate today how she kent bump
ing into the other clerk.
soon after 'the fracas started
one of the girl's blouses was
ripped to shreds and the other's,
dress was torn, They had to bor-4
row clothe sto get home, then
saia.

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MRS. DE LA GUARDIA gets the same treatment after having
voted at a booth in the San Miguel borough. She accompanied
. her husband to the densely populated section of town to cast
"... her vote around 10:15 a.m.

Frogman
wards' the Ordzhonikidze.
"We can dismiss at once an
those curious Admiralty state
ments about underwater tests,"
Scotland said in the Express.
"Nor need we necessarily a,
some that Crabb was recalled
from the naval reserve, for an
occasional job by some shadowy
group in the British secret serv serv-iceThls
iceThls serv-iceThls Is not how these things
are usually done. t
i. "For Lionel Crabb was en re recall
call recall from the navy. He was I
say this, with certainty
straightforward free lance spy.
"When Crabb waded out into
deep water on that bright April
morning he believed he would
bring; back a haul of informa information
tion information which would be worth a lot
to him la bard cash.
"Let this fact refW.t no dis
honor on Lionel Craob. He was
a man of splendid courage who
was bent on using his talents as
a frogman to carry out some
valuable work for his country."
Scotland conceded, however,
that Crabb "undoubtedly was
In contact wth one or two in individuals
dividuals individuals in (British) navar in intelligence
telligence intelligence who informed hint
how much they would be will willing
ing willing to pay."
British Sunday 'newspapers
joined scouand in a demand for
an investigation' Into the em embarrassing
barrassing embarrassing case.
The Socialist opposition, and
many conservatives, were un unconvinced
convinced unconvinced by Prime Minister An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden's explanation that
Crabb's mission was "complete "completely
ly "completely unauthorized." :
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; Here he is getting; hla. forearm ;ahad' ton :ttr

Arny lieulensnL:
To Face Charge
Of Reckless Driving
An Army lieutenant from Tt.
Gulick today will face the cris
tobal Magistrate on a charge of
recklessly drrving his car which
was badly damaged on Bo'ivar
Highway when he reportedly ran
it along the railroad track yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, coming to a stop cross crosswise
wise crosswise of the track.
According tA a police repvort,
the left front fender,, bumper,
right door, rear and front wheels
of Lt. Charles B- Law's 1954 Ford
2-door sedan were damaged in
the accident,
Police said the 24-year-old of
ficer' was driving north on Boli Bolivar
var Bolivar Highway at a fast rate when
the car ran off the right road on
two right wheels" for about 162
ft. The automobile then swerved
across the roadway and zigzag
ged off the left side until it
came to the main line ot the
railroad track. They reported the
car ran about HM) feet ahmg-tfte
track before lt finally came to
a stop.

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VOTING. IN BELLA, VISTA,'-the Liberality's presidential
candidate Victor Florencio Goytia drops his ballot into the box
Goytia voted In the early afternoon on 50th Street and Calle
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Guardsmen, walks In the rain to deliver the votf;
Municipal council.

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to vote yesterday morning!'
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De la Guardia

Appears Ahead
In Heavy Poll 4

a Unofficial figures of voting in yesterday's Presideh Presideh-Hal
Hal Presideh-Hal elections show that, even with three provinces still to
be heard from, total votes cast exceed those of the 1952
Presidential elections.
Without the provinces of Colon, Bocas del Toro and
Darien, the provisional total early this afternoon was 232.
653. ,
In the 1952 Presidential election, 231,848 votes were
cast.'
: It was estimated that there were about 40,006 mora
eligible voters on the rolls this year than in 1952, but jt
appears that when returns from the remaining three pro provinces
vinces provinces ore in, a greater percentage of the electorate will
have exercised their right to vote than in .952. .
Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., candidate of the Govern
ment National Patriotic Party (CPN) appears to hold a
comfortable lead over National Liberal Party candidate
Victor Florencio Goytia in the Presidential race, if enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm at the polls yesterday is any indication.
But strictly unofficial estimates today were t!":r I

era
cmc.Atns r nv tcke up
Besides the Assembly seats,
there were 106 alternate Assem Assemblymen's
blymen's Assemblymen's positions to be decided.
' Both de la Guardia and Goytia
have claimed victory.
Despite the heavy turnout,
yesterday's polling was by and
large as free of incident as the..
campaign had been.
There were reports of attempts
to set some polling booths on
fire, but the blazes were quickly
put out.
Reports started coming in to today
day today of stealing or destroying of
ballot boxes, and incidents of al
leged frauds at provincial polling
places.
A candidate for the National
Assembly was shot through the
arm by a c a n d ldate for the
same post in Sona, Veraguas.
A mldafternoon downpour and
steady rain at night may have
done much to keep Panama City
calm. There were no reports cf
serious election violence.
Only demonstration ; during
yesterday's voting were parades
of cars with blaring horns, and
fluttering party flags, practically
all i of them aupporting de la
Guardia.
Govt's iiiDDortara were much'J
less in evident
Provincial "election luries all
uvct-nic coiirit.rv mw mnrruna
started cou- ,ng the votes cast
for. each t evidential candidate
as they separated them from the
ballots tic posited for assembly
men anf? alternates.
.Kesuli, of (he presidential
tu co unt made by the provin-
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td the National Electoral Jury at the

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cial juries will be sen! to I e
National Election Jury for a fi final
nal final official tabulation, sched scheduled
uled scheduled to start Wednesday morn morning.
ing. morning. The provincial Juries will begin
counting the votes cast for as assemblymen
semblymen assemblymen and alternates lmme
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Albrook Air Rescus
Squadron EvaciKfcs
Grace Line Officer
William Stroddard, age S3,
asst. chief engineer of the Grsca
Line's SS Santa Maria was eva evacuated
cuated evacuated at mid-morning yester
day in the harbor of Buenaven Buenaventura,
tura, Buenaventura, Colombia, by an SA-16 of
the 26th Air Rescue Squadron,
Albrook AFB.
Stoddard, seriously ill,' was re requested
quested requested through : diplomatic
channels to be removed by the
USAF Air Rescue Service to Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital. :
The Rescue plane, d' I 'O by
Capt. Donald R. Clark c mrled
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After making sv water landing
in the harbor, Stoddard s.wai
brought to the rescue plane 'toy-
motor launch;" however, due ta
the aircraft's structure, he baa
to be transferred to a rubber lite
raft to reach the SA-18. By 10
o'clock the patient was aboard
the rescue aircrart unoer n n a
care of ur. (capi.j narryrwo narryrwo-mero,
mero, narryrwo-mero, Albrook flight surgeon
By using a JATO assist taice taice-off,
off, taice-off, the plane was off the water
at 10:10 a.m. and arrived at Al Albrook
brook Albrook at 12:40 in the afternoon
where the patient was imme immediately
diately immediately taken to Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. The evacuation mission of
Stoddard, a U. S. citizen, native.
of New York City is the second
rescue mission requiring an o o-pen
pen o-pen water landing to be achiev achieved
ed achieved this week by the 26th Air
Rescue Squadron.
Other crew members of th
rescue aircraft were Lt. John E.
Morrissette, co-pilot; Lt. Nanao
Kojlme, navlaator; SSgt Mar Marvin
vin Marvin B. Harvey, engineer; A2a
Jerry R. Carlton, radio operator,
and A2c Louis Vega, medical
technician.,

Bulganin Rejects
French Plan For
Germany Unity
PARIS. May 14 UP Soviet
Premier Nikolai Bulganin turned
down in advance today a French
plan for parallel world disarma disarmament
ment disarmament and German, unification
on the eve tl Premier Guy Mol Mol-let's
let's Mol-let's flight to Moscow.
Bulgsnln outlined his views
ff5 an Interview with the in influential
fluential influential Paris newspaper La
Monde.



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TV COMMERCIALS

Mr. Worcester reflects the great wave of bitterness sweep

ing, the commercial ranks In the Republic ,over the advent of
AFRS-TV here On the Zone.
Mr. Worcester must be well aware of the fact that 89 of
the-sponsors who donate their programs to the Armed Forces
have no direct counterpart in the Republic. Certainly there
are none on the Zone inasmuch as this is forbidden by myriads
of treaties. .-. ;
. For instance what Steel Corporation in Panama suffers due
to' US Steels "free" advertising over CFN? I would also b? in in-'
' in-' terested In learning the rival, in the Republic, of the Goodyear

Tire & Rubber Corporation. How about Alcoa?

Peter Edson

Washington

WASHINGTON NEA The

importance of ex-President Harry
Truman in picking the next Demo

cratic presidential candidate at

the party's Chicago convention

cannot be overemphasized

, So far, Truman has announced

only that the race is still open
and his mind is not made up on

the best candidate.

Truman has been consulting fre

quently on political matters with
half a dozen of his former ad administration
ministration administration leaders. r

... i
When two or more of these con

sultants get together privately to

compare notes, they often find
they can't agree on where Mr.
Truman stands. This is an old
Truman trick. 'He doesn't deceive
people deliberately. He just lets

people carry away tneir own meas
without disputing them until he

knows just what he wants to do
and is ready to do it.

All the stones that Truman is

now sour on Adlai Stevenson and

that Truman really prefers Gov.

Tut-tut Mr. Worcester! Can it be that you have suddenly 'Aver Hamman are therefore to

wakened to tha fart that vou and vour associates have been

Hipping during a ten-year siesta when you might well have at

least attempted promoting local TV in trie Kepuonc?
Zonians have shown a remarkable degree of patience 'while
ifidtlng for you ta stop twiddling your thumbs.. Subsidiary
leans for hotels can be floated but your good business sense
precludes your thinking of a similar program of initiate TV in
the Republic.
.': In effect you infer that a man who owns shoes must dls dls-tMse
tMse dls-tMse of them while living in a country where Ehoes are un unknown.
known. unknown. Bosh!
;j Your tirade against the Review has all the earmarks of a
smokescreen to cover your more inner feelings about TV. The
Review has properly noted a milestone .in Canal History, has
pointed up the passing of the gramophone and button-shoes era
which our people have been living in all too long.
" Relax, Mr. Worcester and enjoy your TV, courtesy of the
US Industries. '
. Colonel Blimp

Sir:

VACATION PROTECTION

... 1 HI I Li:.l.. l. y. I. 1LA

; i would use to lase mis mtaium 10 yuuuuijr uiaim iu
Canal Zone Police for their many ccurtesles and in particular
for their diligence in protecting my quarters while I was on
vacation in the United States.
This is a service rendered by the Canal Zone Police of
which many vacationers fail to take advantage that is, try try-tnir
tnir try-tnir the doors to ascertain If thev are locked, and inspecting

screens and windows for the possibility of any burglars enter entering.
ing. entering. ; '
All that is required of any nerson going on vacation to

have his quarters checked by said Douce is to can me pouce
station, where a courteous voice will answer "Canal Zone Po Police
lice Police and then state that you are going on vacation and would
like to' have your quarters checked, giving the date you are
leaving and returning. It makes no difference whether you live
in a 12-family house or a cottage. The Canal Zone's finest will
give all' quarters their very best attention.
, So let's protect our homes and Government quarters -by
taking advantage of this fine service .rendered by the Canal

Zone Police. ..'
.,i One who appreciates our; public servants

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I IN APPLE-PIE ORDER An apple tree grows rigtt through
the roof of this building in Pittsburgh, Pa. RicbardVPalumbo,
who with his brother Dominic works In the buildirfa of the
t built-in timber, says the tree saves the necessity at using

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be taken with caution.

There was considerable advance
speculation that in presetting the
Four Freedoms Award to Gover Governor
nor Governor Harnman in New York on
May 9, Truman was endorsing the

NewYorker. It was also rumored

that Governor Harriman might an

nounce his own candidacy at this

biff Waldorf dinner.

Both reports were mere gossip.

The Four Freedoms Award was
created as a memorial to Frank Franklin
lin Franklin D. Roosevelt. It has been pre

sented to prominent Democrats

four times out of six. But it would

have been the height of bad taste

to try to convert this affair into

political stunrn

....

Truman is scneauiea to sail ror

Europe May 11. He will be gone

two months. It is perhaps the best

time in the world for Democratic

President-Maker Truman to be

away.

When he gets back in mid-July,

all the important primaries will

be 'over. By that time it will be
known whether Stevenson or Ke Ke-fauver
fauver Ke-fauver has won in Florida and

California, or whether these two
leaders have bumped each othtr
off for good.

With the nominating convention

only month away, Truman will
be in first-class position to an announce
nounce announce whom he Is for as he steps
off the boat returning from Eu

rope. But it is made clear he may

not announce his f choice be

fore Chicago. v f' V 'v. ...
If Kefauver knocks off SteVen SteVen-sbn
sbn SteVen-sbn in the primaries, there is little

doubt that Truman will try to stop
Kefauver, People who know say
that you have to be born oo a

Missouri mule farm to understand

all the words Truman uses about

Kefauver. ;

If.on the-other hand. Stevenson

knocks off Kefauver in the pri primaries,
maries, primaries, Truman is expected to

support the Illinois governor as he

did in 1952.

Truman has high regard for

Governor Harriman. But Ham

man will be 63 on Nov. 15 against

Eisenhower's 66 on Oct 14. And

Harriman is completely unaccept unacceptable
able unacceptable to most southerners because
of his liberal views on racial is issues.
sues. issues. .-i. :., . ,,.;

Delegates from northern, west

ern and border states are expect

ed to follow tne Truman leader-

snip at uucaga in event or s

deadlock. Southern states will ral rally
ly rally behind Speaker Sam Rayburn

and ben. Lyndon Johnson of

Texas, Senators Richard Russell
of Georgia and Harry Byrd of Vir

ginia.

This situation presents an oppor

tunity for some fast trades.

Compromises involving Sen.
Stuart Symington of Missouri.

Senator Johnson himself, or one
of the young Democrat governors

like Meyner of New Jersey, Lead

er of Pennsylvania or Clement of

Tennessee might emerge.

n any such deals, the fine po

litical Handiwork of Harry Tru Truman
man Truman will shape the result Tru Truman
man Truman is said to believe that the
Republicans can be beaten this
yeareven with Eisenhower. Tru

man is convinced that he could

have beaten Eislenhower if he had
chosen to run in 1952,.

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NEASarfiea.lac

Happy Days Are-Gone
By BOB RUARK

NAIROBI, Kenya The storm is terns of everyone concerned.

over, although the army and po police
lice police are still rounding up stray

gangs of Mau Mau six here, a

dozen there. Life has returned to

semi-normalcy in the cities and

there is less tension in the coun

tryside. ''

You seldom see anybody pack

ing a gun any more, and less and

less troopers are evident in the
streets and in the bars. You no
longer sleep with a pistol under
your pillow or lean a shotgun
against the dinner table.

Two years ago Kenya towns

were in a .state of siege, gripped
by hysteria and tension. Any black

face was suspect The boy who

tended your baby and, cooked your.

food might be your murderer.

You locked your doors and win

dows and drew the blinds.

If vou lived uncountrv. vou let

your houseboy into the dining room

with a pistol in your hand. Then

you locked him out again until it

was time to ring for coiiee, when
you repeated the maneuver all
over again. This made for shock shocking
ing shocking inroads on the nervous sys-

From the first outbreak bf ter

ror, white feeling shifted to callous-;
ness and, in soma instances, bru

tality. There then was spurious
gaiety that accompanies sit wars,
formal or informal, and which
brings a here-today feeling Nair Nairobi
obi Nairobi was wild and gay, even though
the ladies did match their eve evening
ning evening bags with beaded holsters.
Today there are 60.000 Mau Mau

behind barbed wire. The old na

tive slums that housed the city
terrorists have been rased and
Nairobi is undergoing a frantic
building spree. It was a village
when I first came here. Now it is
a teeming city, with traffic as wild
as Tokyo's., ., i1c ; ; ,t Jtm.
Semi-skyscrapers art shoot shooting
ing shooting up and spanking new office
buildings and factories bespeak an
industrial boom. Hotel space is at
a premium and the restaurants.

night clubs and bars are jammed

not with soldiers but by men in

snorts and business suits.
In the meantime, the Jailed Mau
Mau are being let out in batches

of a thousand a month and art

being sent back to the reserves
with a view to being admitted
back to their own shambas and
made available for work on the
white farms up around Lamu in
the North.
Elephant herds are being shot to

mace room for resettled Mau

Mau alumni.

There is a general feeling here
that the months of detention en a
balanced diet with sanitary living
quarters will serve only to solidi

fy the old shapeless movement of

murder into a solid core of plan
ned offensive with the natural lead

ers emerging. It is felt that the

convicted terrorists will have re reviewed
viewed reviewed their mistakes and will be

determined not to repeat, them.

The Poliyanna set thinks the oth

er way. that the Mau Mau will

have learned their lesson. There is

no answer but tune. f

put Kenya still shows its -scars

in the white's distrust of the" Afri

can and the sullen resentment

which still is showing in African

eyes. Thi old carefree Kenya I
first knew is gone and isn't likely

to return.:" ... . .

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f.lERRY-GO-ROO
' lv DR&W PEARSON

Waller Wmcliell In! lew Yor

LINES WRITTEN ON
TABLECLOTH

Weep softly, lady, if you feel like

Crying, let the teardrops fall;
Sigh youf sighs . subdued, gen

teel-luce, i :f -h ?:!:-"
. After all.

You were true and he was fickle

And you learned it
too soon:

Love to him. was just a nickel;

juke-box tune.

school which polished Marilyn of the Gershwin biog, will put Rich-

Monroe and others ... The first

day he was given a script "Let's

near you read it," ne was chal

lenged by a Brando-throated tutor

. . Murray gave it his all

"You'll never be an actor!" was.

the blunt report . Just a min

ute," said Jan (pulling up his trou-

allj ser cuffs), "do you realize these

garters cost,9407"

You gave much and he gave little,1

Memos of a Midnishter: Society-

insiders suspect the Alf. G. Van Van-derbilts
derbilts Van-derbilts were secretly separated

Yet you loved him from t&o (legally) weeks ago ... Actress
start iJoyet Sullivan, who was so good

Tho' a torch song told you "It'll, in "Red Roses For Me," weds

$ 19M fey MEA tWiW. ft.

'lAAlaaVft UAII Ualraa Iia"ira Aaotk I bx!aIVaI ...L.

I : you cried so you must be spoiled too!"

Break your heart."

Weep softly, lady; he Is sleeping

soundly, wnue aione you sit;
If there is a time for weeping .

This is it
, -Mitchell Parish
Faces Out Front: Lawrence Tib-

bett, bicycling furiously around the

Park, trying to shelve 15 pounds

before taking on Pima's role in
"Fanny" June 4th v. Mao West!

breaklng-up Gypsy Rose Leo (with
an "Oh. Sister !'f glance) at the

Latin Quarter ... Beatrice Lillie

and Richard Barthelmess enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying Constance Bennett's specialties
at the Cotillion ... Lloyd Nolan,
presenting the Hollywood elite,

in the Cub Sid Caesar, the
teeveedlan,. picking up a 3-Ogure
check at Blair House, where he

nosteo a party ior nn ca ..,
Billy Martin of the N.Y. Yankees,

relaxing at the drums in H. Je Jerome's
rome's Jerome's band at the Edison ..,
Lulst Rainer and daughter Fran-.

cesca at Sardi's before tne urcus
matinee . Ethel Merman at 59th
and Park breaking in her new red
hair ... Moss Hart "My Fair

Lady" stager, responding to "The

Ziegfeld tomes" can tor neip in

Philly.

Salliis-In Our Alley: A B'wrfy

show-girt, who went to seo "Wait "Waiting
ing "Waiting For Godot," was asked what
the show was about .... "Well;"
she sighed, "it's harder to explain
than a mink coat!" . Paul Hart-

man says the "Godot" conces

sionaire is getting rich selling head-

scratchers. .t.

Vignettes Peter lind -Hayes

amused Stork Clubbers with the
one about Jan Murray, bored with

his teevee wealth and renown, j

I've had everything success can!

bring comedian,", said JwiwJ'I

want to be a serious actor!"

David Ballou (the "Wake Up Dar

ling" scenic designer) In Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale on the 14th . Dingo Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, a. handsome chap, has de deserted
serted deserted the Broadway chorus-boy
line to be a clown with the Circus
. Vic Mature's ex-wife has gone

abroad for a wngstay to douse the
torch for a Sunset Strip (H'wood)

restaurateur . Who gets the star

billing in Max uebmaa s May 20th

spectacular? Chevalier or Rex Har Harrison?
rison? Harrison? Sylvia Syms (her platter of!

"Could Have Danced All Night" is

the best) opens at the Cameo
Fri. . Diana Douglas (first, wife
of Kirk Douglas) and actor Bill
Darrid (recently with "Inherit The

Wind ') wed next month.

New YorfNovelet: The Ringling

nros. urcus ana ona of the ac actors'
tors' actors' unions are at war ,-..4 Sev Several
eral Several principals, including1 star
downs, left the show ... A new

comer singer was also persuaded

ta quit his $225 per week fob

which included "room, board and

transportation." That s like chuck

ing a $300 soft-snap . But he has
a new job right across the way
from the stage door at the Hotel

Belvedere ... in the lobby snack snackbar
bar snackbar . Selling hot dogs.

Times Square Ticker: May

mann, wno lust divorced ex-Heaw

weight Buddy Baer, has a new ro

mance. Architect Peter Gaits

Gwendolyn Belle, the femme lead
in "Carmen Jones" (due at the
City Center), Is a Boston U. senior

... La Ann simms. ex-Godfrey

thrush, who suffered agony recent.

ly when a midwest hotel cancelled
her act may enjoy the last-howl.
Warner Bros, sent for her to take
a test For Doris Day-type roles
. . Talk about crowds. The ''Fol

lies" credits 11 songwriters with
the score . It's a boy for 'Judv

Johnson (ma ner groom) at N.Y.

Hosp. The mother is the Rob't Q,

He applied to an actors' training Lewis oriole . D. Ewen, author

ard Rodgers' history between cov

ers next . Money-Goes-To-Mon-ey:
Exio Pinsa, B way's highest

paia actor, won tne u back backstage
stage backstage baseball pool, -

The Orchid Garden; J.P. Mc Mc-Evoy's
Evoy's Mc-Evoy's book. "Charlie Would Have
Loved This'' .,, Anybody's ver version
sion version of the new song. "Gaby. by

the "Star Dust" lyricist Urn-

versal's "Away An Boats" movie.

a sure eiicx . me natters' plat platter
ter platter of 'The Magic Touch" Thel
Bonnie Sisters' vocallure at the
Copa .., Laura Sands' song-andV
piano show at the Pygmalion .
Jane Russell's eyebrow-raiser in
Motion Picture mag: "Why I Be-

ueve in oex education.'

Add Indian. Tribe Sow-Titles:

Teresa Brewer's: "Crow Not
Much" ... "On the Shoshone Side
of the Street" w "Ottawa To Set
Tho World On Fire" "Meno

minee Shadow" ... "Abromiuin

Down To Getcha In A Taxi Hoo

ey" ... Harry Hershdield's
"Sometimes Pm Hopi" ,.j Bob
Olin's: "It's A Long Way To Chip-

pewa-wee" et v- '-luo U just

Bowl of Cherokees" ... C h u e k

Barnett's: "Ute TeU Him, I tut-

er ... "xou'r The cree in My
Coffee" ... Al Hibbler's: "I'm A

Dreamer. Aren't Creole?"

"Climb Upon My Knee, Shawnee
Boy" , Alleghany's Ragtime

nana" ... "urea utue Words"

. . "Whatever Osceola Wants. Os-

ceoia ueta- ... -hop Days Are
Here Againl" ... Fred Chiaven-

tono's: "Osage It Isn't So"...

Perry Hirsch'a "Shawn ea The

Way To Go Home" ... Marie

Trombone's: "Seminole Cow Hand

From The Rio Grande" i .-. Glenn

Neville s: "Cheyenne. Cheyenne.

Harvest Moon."

Broadway Owl: Javne Mans

field got the publicity when that

Long Island sexton (posing as

Count was killed in a crash.

None of the belles he dated show showed
ed showed up at his funeral Except Sandi

rreston (ox the Latin Quarter),

wnose teara were real ... wm,

Saroyan's -new novelet, 'Pointy

Shoes," just sold to a mag, will
become a Teleplay ... Many

sports writers picked Needles to

romp In at. the Derby but Whitney
Tower in last week's Sports Illus Illustrated,
trated, Illustrated, had it on the nose: "If the

big race follows form, watch for

Needles to nail at the start and
then come jetting down the home

stretch" Needles was ICth just
(Continued on Page 4i

wAaHGTaN-If was on May
y 'o years ago this week,
that he United States got Its first
shock indicating that Russia was
on the way to forging ahead of us
hi air power.
As American and allied military
attaches stood reviewing the usual
May Day exhibition of Russian
military mieht a riant lot thnn.

dered over Moscow housetops at

amuiae m oniy zso leet The
bomber was so tremendous that
its shadow literally manned the

great neo square as It flashed

urougn tne morning sun ieht

American observers quickly noted
that Its four; intake vents seemed

urger man any they had seen at
home, that the heavy plane easily
kept up with swift Jet fiehtpr

suauruns. : j . v. .

VMeSiages Of shocked reaptinn Im.

mediately burned tho cables to

Washington. But Secretary of Da.

fense Wilson refused to be alarm-!

ea. m dismissed the new bomber

as a single, hand-built prototype

assembled by the Russians to
scare the Western world Into

more defense soendma. He noted

that the plane had only four en engines
gines engines and pronounced it an under

powered showpiece. Air Force een

ersls disagreed, but Wilson over

ruled them.

Real shock came a vear later

1955 when the Russians flew their
prize bomber across the Moscow

skyline again. By that time the
lone giant of the previous May Day
had company 18 more big battle battleplanes.
planes. battleplanes. Of these, 13 bore routine
Bed Air Force markings. Six. with

no markings,' apparently were so
fresh from the factory they hadn't

been assigned to combat units.
Each sported a new under

belly bulge, an ominous modifica modification
tion modification that experts identified as ex

tra room for the H-bomb.

" ELEVEN SHORT YEARS
Our intelligence agencies went

to work compiling technical data.

All available facts on the monster

bomber were secretly supplied to

our own manufacturers. They were

asked to figure how long it took

the Russians to produce such a
plane. The whole Soviet air build buildup
up buildup was re-examined, and- the fan

tastic truth emerged.

In 11 short years, the Russians
had not only caught up with us in
design, but outstripped us in pro production
duction production of let planes. Numerically,

the Soviet Union today has the

world's largest air force. She has

more combat planes than this coun
try. and her factories are produc

ing them faster. She has accom-
Slished this so secretly that our
itelligenct hat repeatedly beta

caught napping. v v
Our technical intelligence 1 s

made detailed examinations of 14
Soviet 'planes since 1945. These
airplane autopsies showed that So Soviet
viet Soviet technology lagged behind us
from 1945 until 1952. Since 1952,
the Russians have equaled our
best .efforts in air weapons.' In
some categories, wo are slightly
ahead; in others, they art supa-

nor.s
American manufacturers con

cluded from their secret study

that Russia's giant let bison com

pleted the cycle from drawing
board to military service in four

years compared with the eight

years which the U.S. spent de developing
veloping developing the B-52. The first Bison

appeared over Moscow two Tears

before our intelligence thought It
could be possible. When the Rus Russians
sians Russians flew 19 in formation a year
tatert the U.S. had only two com

plete B-5ZS. i

SEALED IN FACTORIES,

American agents report the

Kremlin sealed engineers, techni

cians, and workers into plant 23

in Moscow and refused to let them
out until they had built the Bison.
The imprisoned personnel, work working
ing working around the clock, set an as astonishing
tonishing astonishing production record.
The Soviets art now turning out

the Bison at plant 23 at the rata of
a. mi .

bv every soonuu. xaej are using

unskilled labor wherever possible,
taking short cuts and holding down
design changes. Soon, says Air
Force intelligence, plant 23 should
bo making ie Bisons- per' month.
Russia already h as 20 jet-powered
Bisons" assigned to combat
units. Our total of B-52s ready for
combat is only three. (In both coun countries,
tries, countries, of course, many more of
the big jets are near completion.)
On top of all this, Kremlin-Czar
Nikita Khrushchev has now boast boasted
ed boasted that -. Russia will also de develop
velop develop the first intercontinental
guided missile with a hydrogen
warhead. This missile will be ca capable
pable capable of hitting anywhere in tho
world with a destructive f o r e
measured in millions of tons of
TNT. Our experts say Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev would not risk losing face by
making this open boast unless ho
was sure of himself.

Note: The Eisenhower adminls--

trstion's economy program, mora
than anything else, has cost us air
superiority. Aministration spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen excuse this pn the ground that
peace prospects are better, henco
there is less neea for a big air
force. Air generals warn, however,
that we must gear our strength to
Russian capabilities, not guesswork
on Russian intentions.
WILL HISTORY REPEAT?
Justice Hugo Black of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court is now out of politics.
He can't comment on the current';
presidential race, but he can re recall
call recall history. And if history today
is anything like history when Black
ran for Congress in Alabama,
neither Senator Kefauver nor( Ad Adlai
lai Adlai Stevenson will come out) tho
winner In tho Democratic conven convention
tion convention in Chicago, t
Hera is the history which Justice
Black recalls. In 1927 he was run-'
ning as a dark-horse candidate

for Congress in Alabama.. Chief

candidates were John H. Bank Bank-head
head Bank-head and ex-Gov. Thomas I. Kel
by. They not only were the front-

running candidates but staged, a
full-dress debate in Sheffield. Just

before the debate Black bad a

sign painter get to work Black
instructed him:

: "You take this sign and put it up
outside the auditorium so every-.
one win see it when they go out
from tht debate." :v
Thi sign read:. 1
"Bankhead says, Don't vote for.
Kelby.' '"
.Kelby says, 'Don't vote for Bank Bank-head.'.
head.'. Bank-head.'. :j;
. Vote for Hugo Black. 4 V "'
Black won the election. f

L

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i.VivSv;AiTii';ii

NEW D.Aift. HEAD Mrs. r.
Frederic A. Groves was elected ..
president general of the Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the American Revolu
tion 'at its recent 65th Conti Continental
nental Continental Congress in Washington, t
The youthful grandmother front
Cape Girardeau. Mo., becomea
tht 22nd D.A.R. president

Dinner Time

Answer to Today's PMzjtT)

ACROSS J Smell of good
1, fishcakes SP0,1"?
tHotcrSas lection, in

i auj

IRmoed

12 Lemon
13 Region -

14 Arrow poison
15 She cooks the
dinner
18 What good
food has
It Pushes
' forward

20 Birds' homes

21 It is (contr.)
22 Arm bone

24 Ireland

26 Continent'
2T In the center

SO Lous

32 Dress
34 Reprove
35 Cause
3Worm
3? Insect ecca

31 Period of

fasting

40 Female

rabbits
41WitbKprtfix).
42 With full force
43 Give forth
41 Changer -n
51 Estop
82Cryof
r bacchanals
53 PoeUc Island
'54 Angeles,
California
53 Oriental coins
5 Caresses
57 Compass point
DOWN
1 Temporary
shelter

4 Diminishes
5 Soviet river
Legendary
centaur
7 Posed '

Ringworm
. Individuals;
10 Repose
11 Cape :,
17 Inborn
1 Liquid .-
, measures
23 Falsifiers
24 homo
29 Pith eggs

M J f X ;ii J- N
S.Q.'j. 2 JjII
2 J '? iNJji AN03
:; v n y T7 jn j. y

EEliiii ...ii.N LI

20 Eagle's nest
27 Wretched
28 Press
29Nkk
31 Perfume
ingredient
33 daw
31 African fly
40 Plunges

41Mindt

'42Hlghearl '
43 Change place.
44Sen ;
'40 Thaw l"
4? New Mexican
town
48 Gaelic
50 Tear

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r- i ; r
3 -j -jr-,r
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JUL J iLJLJLLi p



MONDAY, MAT 14," 1S5I
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Body Of Missing Boy Found
Benson Thinks Ike Will Win
HI-FJ
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RECORD
CHANGERS
25 ft 60 cycles
ing In Chicago River
Farm States Despite Prices

1

' TRAVELING'S NO TROUBLE A aifantk cross-country frefcht train, designed to p
S J dwp fields, hbfl delivered to the Amy Transportation Corp. far usel to
!.. rh i vtairnMii-hiint Sn-TVln above. rtiDt easily across three feet of Snow during

! Army tests to northern Michigan. The tires stand 10 feet toll, and are four feet wMe. Large

"hvar at the center ef eacn wneei conceal powenui nmc mumi.
11-wtoeti drive. Bunt of aluminum, the Sno-Traln carriea 800 gallons of fuel, and comes
equipped with a transparent bubble to the roof pf the control car to aid navigation.' -,

PronStalih British Communist
.';;..;:., :;r; ,,...v..:, T-::
Removed From Top Party Job

LONDON, May 14 (UP.Veter-,

an British Communist party lean leaner
er leaner Harry Pollitt was removed from
his post yesterday, apparently be because
cause because of his reluctance to toe the
Kremlin's new anti-Stalin line,
Pollitt, chief of British Commu-
.. nioti far ST veari. WS Ousted from

the top Jol of party secretary and
moved "upstairs" to less import important
ant important post of chairman. r
Wa renlaced by John GOl-

lan. wha for four years has
' been the British party's chief na-

tionalorganiier. ..:t-v s :
Tt. rvmmiinint executive tconv

inittee announced the move and
aid it was due to the 65-year-old
,Fomtt'wm healtt." v v ;
V But the 42 member executive
' t ia Pollitt. alwavs con

sidered Stalin man,, had, been
demoted; f v; s i;';:
It said he would continue to take
eart in the ; party administration
but on a'less strenous" basis.
T.m .ritipizcd in the Lon-

don Communist Daily Worker and

at the recent unusn pariy w-

the oeginmng

Pollitt now takes? over the post
-iirmi.n flallaiW: 74. who WSS

riven thetitle of honorary presi presi-'
' presi-' So fthe party. This latter post

; bad not been imeoin
. Observers said" the shift marked
4v. k.inninff : Pollitt's swam

annff at a, party execuuvt m
' 0Hidid notparticipato In the w w-cent
cent w-cent May Dayxelebrations and t
, the recent party congress his- voice
. -- 4aa4 mta nf mHTlT.

' haa bwn In SfBe of

. JU
the r'
vhiv.i

tain party membership despite an

intensive campaign. ;

But this occurred at a time when

western European Communist par parties
ties parties were losing strength general-
ly.3 fiv'". ,.s!; i

' TOKYO, May 14 (UP). J'osef
Stalin maintains a high place in

the ranks of Red China's Commu

nist heroes despite his discredia discredia-tion
tion discredia-tion in other Communist nations.

according to exclusive pictures re

ceived today by United Press from
the mainland. - j

The pictures showed huge pict

hires of Lenin and Stalin domin

ating one side of the Gate of Heav

enly Peace Square in Peiping dur during
ing during May Day ceremonies. Stalin's

picture was on the right.
BERLIN. May 14 (UPWA Com

munist newspaper criticized the
East German film industry today
for carrying, too far the campaign

against the "colt of the personali
ty." ;.:.'? 4 !.;- -Y
Neues Deutschland said ; Com

munist movies are dull because

they lack stars,. :

"The fight against

un

healthy star system-; destroyed

healthy acting. tradition," the pa paper
per paper saJd.-'" ,'.;.! 'V'av

1 Unknown actors were given roles
"too big for them" and real stars
"would too seldom be given new

roles,." i. j v

VcilfjgsdAu1
Prc'sKEi1 Successful
m i c wTTjnTnN fUPV Sett

ing .sales records) when you have
" hnt easv. but the

federal 'government; ta fading out

it can. be none. 'Vi!
With, only a few sales represent represent-aUveTk
aUveTk represent-aUveTk field, the i a v i n g s
bonds division .of the :Treasury
Department nevertheless j- sold
$5,368,000,000 orth or Series B
T j u riiirmr 1955.. its blK-

S c.i of World
Robert F. Carney, chairman of
the board of Foote. Cone fc Beld Beld-Sg.
Sg. Beld-Sg. reported to toe Washington
n.,V.that this sales record

!,. Wn attained through t

biggest i advertising 4 campaign- m
tern ol media frequency going
n in th tworld today.';
To; date, advertUing. agencies
and media have contributed ap approximately
proximately approximately 155,000,000 worth of
ervtces, tlme and, space to the
Sort, said Carney; whose agency
prepares -all .newspaper, and con con-..f.
..f. con-..f. satin advertising for

Aamnafan. on behalf of the

Advertistag Councfl. Only aeries
S a 'h bonds are advertised.

"All of (is in advertising try to
be .business-like m
conduct our operations, tut Jm
is one place we've f ailed,- Carney

n milieu wuu. ---

paid for liis services.", j

13 :

Rcllic-::.! I'.2$l:s ;

Dc:'$ Vcr.l$h'i3-Atl

" DETROIT (UP) ,fme
r.. t J earbaae collector.

ddeVHo "fetire" when he
learned he had .$1,667.20 coming
for deductions from his paycheck
during the nine years be worked
for the Department of Public

But his- retirement was 'short-
lived"
Gree threw, a party after, col collecting
lecting collecting the money, and one of hut
guests walked off with the $1,430

remaining mra nia iu 66-(

Anybody In Market

For Bargain Buses

OMAHA: Neb. (UP) Any-

. body want to buy a big, double-

r jointed passenger bus? t
r The Omaha Transit Company
has-15 of them it would. like to

v aelL The firm bought the huge

machines nve years ago to, use
v during- rush hours. They are

, singed in the middle. They proved
to be difficult to steer throuch

; ; traffic jams, end they swing wide
:v ,on the corners, v
I', They're in good shape, the cOm cOm-y
y cOm-y pany ssys, except that "practi "practi-caUjf
caUjf "practi-caUjf all of them have the rear

Louis Calhcrn

To Be Cremated

In Nara, Japan

NARA. Japan. Mar 14 (UP) -J

The body of Louis Calhern, Amer

ican stage and screen actor who
died here Saturday night of a
heart, attack, will be cremated in

Japan and his ashes-returned to

the United states, it was announc

ed yesterday.

i A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer spokes-

Lman said Calhern's family re-
t i .1 mt i : ii

quesiea trcuuuua. iuo asnes wiu

be buned in Hollywood Cemetery
where Calhern's father, Eugene

A. Vogt, is interred, the spokes
man said. ;

The Brooklyn-born Calhern was
62 years old and Jiad spent .44
years as an actor. He was here
to act in the movie version of
''Teahouse of the August Moon,"

with Marlon Brando and Glenn
Ford.

Chicago. Mav u rup The

body of little Leo Rausch Jr.,

whose disappearance 13 days ago
created a legend of an eifiht-rear-

old "will-o'-the-wisp" that police

couian t catch, was found floating
in the Chicago River yesterday.
Authorities estimated Leo's bo body
dy body has been in the water at least
a week. They said he apparently
was playing along the river edge

and fell into the water. There was

no evidence of foul play.

The body was found shortly aft after
er after Leo's parents had gone to
church to pray that his mother's
burden of anxiety be lifted with
a Mother's Day gift of his safe

return home. -

- Officials who headed up a

special 50 man police squad As Assigned
signed Assigned to a full-time search for

Leo were led to believe he was a-

live and merely playing hide-and-seek,
with authorities. -

The search was to have reached

a climax today yesterday with

the mobilization of a 10,000-man

volunteer force to comb every
corner of every neighborhood

throughout the city.

The search party was requested

by Mayor Richard J. Daley who

sent telegrams to precinct -cap

tains and co-captains in Chicago's

w waras.. nut tne searcn -was

called off before it got fully un underway.
derway. underway. 4" V.T : I

The. body was found by three

men in a rowboat in the north
branch of the Chicago River, a
bout two and one half miles

from- Leo's North Side home. The

river .winds upstream about one-

Mysterious Object
Seen In Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY. May. 14

(UP) The Air Defense Command

received reports yesterdays of a
mysterious object floating above

western Oklahoma. Many Oklaho Oklaho-mans
mans Oklaho-mans who saw the:, white, shiny
object in the sky though t

they nad-seen a flying saucer but
it was a 'weather balloon ,:
' -I

Baby Well Supplied

With Grandparents

GALVESTON, Tex. (UP) -J

meryi jean Carnes doesn't lack
for the doting attention of grand grandparents.
parents. grandparents. She has 11.
' Cheryl Jean, three-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Carnes, was the center of attrac attraction
tion attraction here recently at a five-gen

erations : garnering. ;

Present were grandmother Mrs.
Anita Bynum, Galveston; great great-grandmother
grandmother great-grandmother Mrs. Bola Lonsford,
Overton. Tex., and creat-ffreat-

grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Dun

can, 80.

Other grandparents include

Mrs. Carnes' father, J.A. Bynum
and, his parents, Mr and Mrs.

J.E. Bynum, all of Dallas; Carnes'
parents, ; Mr. and Mrs. F.W.

Carnes of Galveston and, F.W.
Carnes' parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Carnes of Bradford, Ark.
Mrs. F.W. Carnes' mother, Mrs.
Vennie Powell, Urea at Hope, ark.

FOUND IN RIVER Report Reportedly
edly Reportedly seen at least 20 times
since his disappearance April
30, the body of Leo-Rausch, Jr.,
8, (above) was found yesterday
floating in the Chicago River,
where his body had been all
. .- the tune.

half mile, from the Rausch residence.'-.'
The men called the Coast Guard
and a boat was sent out to recov recover
er recover the body. ?
' Police said the body bore a few

marks, out tore was nothing to in

dicate violence. They said the

marks probably were caused by

tne ooqy s Dumping into puings
alone the river's edge.

The body was fully ciotned ana

the clothing was the same Leo

was wearing when he disappeared
from home April 30 while on his

way to school.

The long hours of anxious wait

ing gave way to uncontrolled grief
for the parent when they rdenti-

nea tne ooay.
Air Mercy Mission
Drops Medical Aid
To Ship In Pacific
TOKYO. May 14 (UP) A U.S.

Air Force plane flew 1.100 miles

last night on a. mercy mission to
drop medical supplies to a ship

in tne racinc.
The 36th Air Rescue. Sauadron

plane responded to an emergency
message from the military trans

port Gen. sreckenridge. The raes

sage said a patient aboard jthe

xtrecxennage was sunering irom
tuberculosis complicated by pneu pneumonia.

The shin said il was a "life or

death" case. ...

WASHINGTON. May 14 (UP)-

Agriculture Secretary Ezra T.
Benson predicted yesterday that
President Eisenhower will carry
pivotal farm states like Iowa and

Minnesota m the MovemDer elec

tion despite the farm price situa

tion.

Benson said Mr. Eisenhower's

veto of the Democratic-sponsored

farm bill "did not lose him any

support in the corn belt or in the

farm belt"

Instead, he Mid. "I think it in

creased support for the administration."

Benson, interviewed on the "re

porters' Roundup" television pro

gram, said "1 nave never felt that
there wu the unrest among farm farmers
ers farmers that some have indicated ....
I feel that farmers understand this

problem much better than some of

us give them credit for."

Bensons referred to Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's veto of the original farm

bill passed by Congress one that
called for a return to fixed price
supports of 90 per cent of parity

on basic farm crops.

Since then, the House has

passed another farm bill more to

the administration's liking.

It includes the President't $1.-

200,000,000 soil bank but not his
plan to pay farmers this year for
land they promise to take out of

surplus crop production next year.
. -
- i
The Senate Agriculture Commit Committee
tee Committee has approved a similar bill,
which is scheduled for floor action
this week. ------;:
But it would boost price supports
on feed grains eight per cent this
year a move opposed by the ad administration.
ministration. administration. Senate Republica plan' a floor
fight to insert the President's pre prepayment
payment prepayment plan into the bill and to
drop the feed grain Increase. E E-ven
ven E-ven if the bill is not changed Mr.
Eisenhower is expected to sign it.
Benson denied that he ever op

posed a sou bank like the one

proposed by the administration
But he said he opposed other ver

sions in the past and conceded
that "I came to the soil bank a

bit reluctantly.

He denied Democratic charges
that the idea of soil bank "pre
payments" was a White House ef effort
fort effort to "boy votes" in the fall

presidential and congressional elec elections.
tions. elections. ,,
Benson said he is not sure just
where the prepayment plan origi originated
nated originated but he said "I was a sin sincere
cere sincere attempt to get money out to

farmers as quickly and as effec

tively as we can.

. No. 1 Via Espana
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SdaVaVaVHslaaMsHHaVMHaV

armour?

CLOVERBLOOM

SUTTER

FRESH'
AS ALL
OUTDOORS

NOTICE

In conformity with Article 13 of tha Articles of ln-:
corporation, and by decision of the Board of Directors,
shareholders of SPECIAL ORDINARY STOCK of the
Company are hereby informed that the Shareholders
Meeting of the PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COM-;
PANY; INC. (BANCO FIDUCIARIO DE PANAMA, S.A.)
will be held at the company's offices, No. T-2-30 T'
Street, Panama City, at 3:00 p.m. Monday, May 28th,
1956 in order to consider the following: v ;
1 Report of the Board of Directors h
j
2. Election of Directors for. the period of 1956
3. Presentation of General Statement and
Profit arid Loss Accounts at close of
business, December 31st, 1955 t
4. Information with respect to a reform of
the Capital Stock
5. Matters proposed by the Directors or A'.
Shareholders. p
PANAMA BANK AND TRUST COMPANY; INC.
The Secretary.
Panama, May 12, 1956. v

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ol ieitei leteuc o you

v.

ELECTRIC SERVICE
Will be off in

The areas of Q Street: Jose

Francisco de la Ossa Ayenue

and ; Jose ; Domingo i Espinor
Street. ;: v : rr. r-"
t All of U Street from 2:00
a.m. to 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 15, 1956. ;vi;
aHMMaaatMMBS&iiii

- It takes a lot of work to keep
: pace with your demands for more
.and more "electricity. Every yeaf
new facilities 'must be planned

r for and added W 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 wilfcause the least inconve- -ttience
to you.: A short-interruption now will'mean more power and. more dependable .1,.
service for you in the future1 . .. j 1

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porquc desdc d instante en que Vd. se lo ponga en la mueca,Y

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tomari cuerda porr i mismb y scguiri incansablemente su tnarcha rcguLur
Conccbido para la mujer moderoa, el Omega Ladymatic une
a la precisi6n y M elgancia de sus formas, las ventajas del autonurismtx
Este telo sV beneficia de la experiencia que ha valido al
relot autotnitko Qmra, la ctMiflanza del mundo.
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hiv gtqido-h coofiinza del mundo"

CHARJ.ES PERRET, General Agent 4

-E.'..33,WELRY STORE, Col6n, R. P.
C-VASTLICHi S. A., Authorizea Agent
" y Panama. R. P. ,.

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Pass

Wofer Wncie
(Continned from Pan Z)

before he made like lightning

Rich Gene Ryan is the big con

soler in tne life of Ham Fisher's

widder . The Screen Cartoonists

expect to strike next month. It

would tie up at tv commercials
. . Frank Loesser, who wrote the

DooK, words and music for the

tip-toperetta, "Happy FeUa," can't
read a note.

MUSIC

'The rebid of four clubs is a
cue bid," comments Ernie Rovere
In his splendid new book, Point
Count Contract Bridge Complete,
from which today's hand is taken.
"It is intended as a slam try, and
how control of that suit
"North's raise tn fiva ilnha aim.

ilarly encourages the slam feeler

oy snowing me ciud lit, in addi addition
tion addition to the spade support already
demonstrated." v

South doesn't consider bidding
grand slam, because he knows

that the ace of hearts is musing.
If North had the ace of hearts.

he would bid four hearts instead
of five clubs. He would be in posi position
tion position to show the club strength la later,
ter, later, but would want to show an

ace first

"The play of this hand is a bit

advanced," Rovere continues, in
his comments on the hand. He then

kives a trick-by-trick summary of

ine piay.

, South "begins by cashing both top
diamonds. He next takes the ace
pf clubs and continues with dum-
, tny's high clubs,, discarding the
low diamond from his own hand.
. I Declarer is now in position to

run one ot dummy's low diamonds.
This play sets up the- fourth and

' fifth diamond in the dummy. Natur Natur-'
' Natur-' ally, South ruffs with a high trump

to maxe sure that west is unable
to overruff.

" South can now draw trumps with
the ace, the king, and finally dum dummy's
my's dummy's queen. This draws all of the
, enemy's trumps and leaves de declarer
clarer declarer in the dummy so that he

can discard two hearts on dummy's

established diamonds. The slam

contract is thus assured.

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polaonoua to four body, undrmln
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Mendsco's action Is quick even In very
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how much better yon sleep and
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Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay Fever.

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PAnoER AN 17,...

NEW YORK w fUP The Na

tional Federation "'. of Music Clubs

is embarked on a campaign to in

crease tne number of strings play
ers, in the ynited. States

The shortage of amateurs rea

sonably competent with violin,

viola, cello or bass fiddle is hold

ing up the development of sym

phony orchestras throughout tne

country.

The federation's plan is to. give

special awards to its constituent

clubs which sponsor programs of
stringed music, which get stringed

groups together, which organize

new such groups and which help

to get frlst class instruction in
stringed instruments established in
public schools..

The 'federation now is organiz

ing a series of nation-wide music
festivals for young musicians up

to is years old. una festivals wiu
take place in May and early June
and more than 25,000 children and

youths will participate.

Pbsi Mass-1' Vnrlf Pbllharmnnlo.

Symphony gave the American pre premiere
miere premiere of Prokofieffs second con concerto
certo concerto for 'cello, with Hstislav Ros Ros-tropovich,
tropovich, Ros-tropovich, and he .was solist for
its first public performance, in

Moscow in January 1954.:
Annthor-tiiuhlitrht nf the closing

weeks of the orchestra's current

season, was its first performance
In 31 vaara nf Mutiler'a -third svm-

phony. You can understand why
L L -1 M km., .n

ine- sympnouy" wui vau uu

a nan to piay, wiucn us just auuui
a nl1 nr a err am Tha nrchestra DrO-

grammed only one other piece with

it. Resninnra orcnesarauon oi

Rob Prolnrlo and FlhffUe hi D

Hut as tha rritiia remnrgea. ine

symphony is pleasant i doesn t

startle unduly ana, u.onenappcus
tn tin off. It is "easyV to pick

up the thread again.

AnnTir-atinnx fnr the Marian

Sz-hnlarshitH are now be-

ins ar-rantm! and will be Until

m. Thv chnuld be addressed

to Alyse Anderson, 762 Sottth Mar Martin
tin Martin Street. Philadelphia. Miss An

derson established) the annual

scholarships la HjSiV ongmauy

with a $10,000 awaro sne receiveu
from the City of Philadelphia, and
since then with hr own funds.
They go to younrfsingera with
.tnriv iTha first onxe

Is 11.000 and there kn several less

er awards. V."

it.. j urllantain anrl' it -Los

Angeles Philharmonic are on a
good-will tour of the Far East and
.... wnnVut at concerts in 10

i T.nn tha PhilioOines.

Th.iisnri Burma. Okinawa, vnd

1
' conductor of

nana aw-o"-, -7 r ...
the Kansas City Philharmomc, has

been appointed general mu
rector of 'the city of Nuremberg,
n .... TVio miimrinallt SUD-

sidires an orchestra which Plays

the year arouna ana ope m iw
theatres. Schwieger will conUnue
.ir t Vanaa Citv and while

I he is- there, deputies will do his

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TZJ PANAMA A5EESICAJI Alt DfDETEfDZNT DAILY NEWSf APIS
MONDAY, MAT 14, 1951
tl I SiJ Box 134. Panama
START THE DAY THE HAPPY WAY!
ocial ana KJtherwide

MONDAY, MAY 14, 1951 ' :

By 'Staff' : ;: &C503Jon

H

ITALIAN I'M ASSY DINNER HOSOM. COmNQK

- Th Wallw A1ssaor Mrs. Uee Mescatt enter-
Canal Zone and Mrs. John S. Seybtld recently.
vA-nenr the present m the, S2-S-MrilM
Hend-won, the Costa Ekn Ambassador, and Mrs.
Cog". U priella, the United States Ambassador and
Mr Jn" HrrrtaftOH, the Dowtntean Amhwdor
and Mrs. Hector B. do Castro Noboa, the AnibMMdo,
' "J rj Fvederle Gabaldon, General and Mr Bsrrtsoa ana
. the KlrriT. and Mrs. Stored OMvier, and
s u i iu. Banrtematt. I i

Brasilia) Embassy Pirms?

. lMta-aaflA1k Ann

The Brazilian t .,-.
Mrs. AtaaWotmu mi

o honored tne wrernw
nat Zone and to.jrohnS. S ,-
.rftiT rrwift mire ex on

Friday.--

erai employ of lone, Handing

wua ue company.. '.

Mrs. Timothy Woodruff 0e

rima Jeft for iionoa aw-!-SS
"808 for two and half
month visit to the United States
She was accompanied vf t r
jrottnf son Jobtrny;

mile In the States, Mrs. Wood.

Chief Resident Surgeon at thd
TTmvarcttv of 5a Louis Medical

Hospital, VT, (UU won, uas ra-i
tinned -tn hi oost after a snort

stay da tbV Isthmus to attend tae4

funeral services of, nis lamer, we

late Mr. tesax a. won.
Ttr. Wnn whs is tDecializuiS in

Swgerr undet. the world famous

professor, Dr. u. Kouinas, mnion,
waa vlMiptnriin of his ersduat

inr pc ht Crtstobai Hieh SchooC

He holds a Phi Beta Kappa, Key

from the university oi isuionua

r'hr,a4 Pmdent'of the Intern,
wifl visit, with her PMnwt Bkkv. Clior

ruu wau u .

fsthet-ta-ww, Mn John E. Wood-

ruff. Mrs. wooarun wm v--sotht
tim to the Adirondsck
Mounthiiiivi ty-- '7:7-7;
Captain An Mrs. Hsrrf t.
vWll MeM Opt Heu

Captain and Mrs: Harry M&Mh
v.u. Ihrir hill

qinnis wno are ievui -----nw
Saturday te make their home
H .-. tutJ. k invitations have

Ism til IT oinvvoi
been issued n all friends of the

JlcGinnlses sre rawea w
home" at the Bach's ;
m rhua firdL 'ihirintf the att-

fcan i m i and hi the

evening, frea T to on Friday
aii..iji l Bt Valla

Mr. wd Mrs..Baul Caret Parj-

lu spent the weekend as tnew isa

Valto home witn ineif wuiw.
law Veyase" Luncheen Heners
ai. u... tfala

Oh Saturday noon Ho
i..Hi.hann ma tmidered Mrs.

Bans -Stelner, manage? ef Cyrnos
s:et cka. at H!f H B e B S. DT t

roup of 'ladies. Mr. Steine will
f.. v niana mt Wednesday for

a seven week vacation which will

take la Israel and Italy

The friends wTio fete Mrs. Stei-

rr were Mr. I 7r-"Ka, i
H T I. ,ifi 1. J

ja..4a'i. J- 1 -
aia Mfi:!,r. Mrs: vmi-

Kaplnr'Mrs. Inge.KapIaa and

: Mrs. hiveiyn aroman.

tinnal Hniisa at Barklev. Califor

ma. tie smaiea ana mas. us miexn

tshiB at Johns Hopkins. At

lyuii n m ai tne distinction st

beinc the only non American to obs

tarn a residency si me veterans

Army Hospital. He will return In
Jul tit tain his examination for

fthe Panama nedicaMicense prior
1 a j 1 A a.L. m.l.. A-

& lUa's Clot

1he Panama nedicaMicense prior iv t K ir i
to returning to the. States to take M I-rifi '3Sl
his board of surgery examination.! 1 lmtu? 1 'r Jl

OlllolVealher

What's A Responsible Child?
A Definition For Any Age

aa adrall tn make reS-

iervations fox themselyes and. their

fuests on or oeiore weuuesuaj,
P - ml. ens' IT

May IB, oy cauing n
Ruchinv &3o (after 5 n.m.L or,

Mis. T. Q. Relihan, 3-2444.

a. II... a-amklv Ma. 1

Order Of Rainbow Qirll $Pnsr
u.mum mi C mrti

rh. alMia Assemuv INO. l uri

der of Rainbow Girls, are sponj?'-'
h.ir a aanT nartv bt the Scottish

Pita Tamnle's aircooled Audito-

.m m Thnruuv trom l 10 u.iu.

There will oe tame n

; and rafracnmenix will up

III HIT, wu.
ZlZZi Raaarvatiaaa HIViH

made M eauing eawiHi

2711. Tickets are nny

Moslcar 4aWreWrtf reua

The semi-momniy meeung wj
i wiIa' SrvnroMatirm Groun Will

meet at the USO-JWU A rm e d

Forces service eaier n

tday, at T:w p.m. 1 .
I A cordial insUaliao. is. extpnflea

to those who play an instrumeui.

sine or way two piano buw a
Wel as to those, who. hist enjoy
listening to Brosie

The iuormat senu-monuuT -uranhnu
have become po-

pulas with, rausie enthusiast on
the Isthmus from the armed fbrc'
mm tkm onmtmmities of the CB

ca --

nat zone antj e itepuDuc oi ra-

nama. v.. "..

II.

lav

Dr. Wnnr mother Mrs. Natalia

-Ta il Wnntf hr a N tnnwn rat

Hdent of Colon, His brothers and

sister are- una. ana vesas wong,
and Mrs. Mary. ?elanger, .and
Mrs. A. de teon, of Colon,'

Rtturnrnj Fejr Vaeattons
Uln C(mi ftlnnll t rahimlno

fram St Man's Colleffe. Indiana.

on June zna w spena ue summer
vacations with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs, Salvador flipoU of Bella

yisia,

Ifiaa Rionll reccntlv annnred

iu talaviain In tha Ihiivarnirv ftf

Notre Dame program- where she
a m .a at, a ,,

aancea me "tamoorito ana etner

dances of Panama in native cos

tume, aceomnanied bv Mr. Alber

to Garcia do Parades. ', '; 1

Mr. And Mrs. T. I. Odlasby t

! u innar

Mr. and Mrs. T. 1 E. Oglesby
were hosts at a buffet supper In
honor of the governor of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and Mrs. John S. Sey-

. x Uin1 h ?
R 1
f i "T"-"I Vf I i
; ; : By DICK fJ-EKEaV

i

BY MRS. MTJRIAL LAWRENCE
Whit la a rsnonsihle child

Dr. Gunoar Pyewtd, .executive

director of the cnua atuay vso-
i-iatinn of America, has iust de

fined him for us. Says he. 'A tw-

armnsih la chilrt ta a small nov wno

laartia hnw in nut hit tovs awav

kaAwa h mrmm tfr liaft. fh is the

H-year-old boy or girl who picks

up the groceries sor motner so

the way home irora scnooi.
llnnrtnnatol these definitions

re Ijeipfut orfy to parentJ W

small Dura nu a-ji-wu.

letl see tf we can combine Qem
inia AfinHtnii Hiat will de

scribe I responsible chid of any

age.
He b child who- respects his

own aalpfuines.
lul alninal- tha TUOH thinC B

bout this responsible boy. ex girl

is hie indenpemaancf m ene
j.A.siKa nraiaa nr hlame.

- Ofr, the- emett eer wee- nee pv
his toys, away neatly before going

to" bed war cenamiy neam w Joui
H PTa will enfov tOltf

falfa; w ( au aaw m m
nraixr of his helpfulness. But What

we say aoou. h w jum
bread. It tastes good, -r- but be
Aren't nmmA it The nourishment

UUV J..

is hot in what we eafl say om in
what he hae done.
an.. Mannnaihla little bo WhO

haa t hia ni awav before going

to- bed has recoro er acuon m

support hia respeet ro bis neip-

fulnes--an(t aeeaa no exaggwai

ed praise to convince bud bum u i
ThV lt-yeard girl who has
aklaalrjaal nn
Mnthan'a cfroearleS. on

Ithe way borne from school will not

enjoy your sistet-uwew

of her baa manners aa anf

She may frown a wue. as sue

set the grocery nag w uw
ble. r-
k. i iffMiifm jvlaf ivi I PTI"

Uclsm will not be able to break

her into angry reoinaer( o? scsxbs

ok. .'. Hnt antnv4 erltictsm of

her manners by her aunt-but it

not Importimt.

TVlra tha email hnVt the 11.

vmmr-ntil-airl'a aopuritv is rooted

J v.. u. u. J

wnere neiuier jruur uiauio m iuj

flattery can anew m istti

own ezperince of helpfulness.
Inwcnnntiihle children. SSVS DT

Dybwad, are the truants and

scrappers wno nave noi ye. ao ao-sorbed
sorbed ao-sorbed the give-and-take involved
m .; al allh waatile.

ut K..wa a ( i
Vkaa ara also children Who haVt

only eonteinpt far toeis own belp-

T thav'ra fmianLs. it's because

they want o run away irenx ura

contempt, a mey-re ae raopere. h

because they una n utoieraoie.

liBSTLCis

THE INSTANT
Cocoa

' JUiT LIKE'YOU-jout
chlldrea wane a hoe drink,
For the otic that
builds real Energy Reserve,
1 gU Htstiil EvdReady

Cocoa. ltt isUt)tt 3
tevfnful? (n a 'cup nd
f add hQt WAter! It'$ deli
cious-you'U love, that rich

chocolate ffaygj!

Mark Rmfit in iht run!

w" w w eaiai wee p a -atvavgwei
whwj m mum in iti

I i

as..li .-11. f.. laludaa ia thla

Caluna houl rabmilted tXS
. rttttat lona ani tnallea t ens at
k ori aamban Bated aatls In "So "Social
cial "Social aad O thenar ava." w dcUrarH
Sy haa te Ilia olilca. RoUcat oi

eunas eaaaat aa aceepitf nx iwa-

Tt'a that tima nf Hl VAar.

S m T-lWaT w for; anothlr week's gone by. you
bold at their residence m Bella .. Hn tw. thingroia-. Vour

Dr. And Mrs. J. J. ValtarW
Faded h WeeWttftew
The Ambassador of J'Hl?rtt0
Washington and Mrs. Jr. J. Valla Valla-xtoo
xtoo Valla-xtoo were entertained recently at
a dinner at the. Sulgrave Club in
- Washington, D. C. bytte Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of United States of the Army

and irg. uiaries u

1 Isse Cluft blnner At ;-
Hotel Wathli-jtew
vi4a niffht tha- Ease Club

gave i buffet dinner at the Hotel
Washington durinf which Mr. S.
8, Moore, Vice-President of Esso,
awarded medals of merit of sor

ts -on Saturday evening.'

Thirty guest attended,

Caribbean Celtege Club tuneheee)

. The annual Spring Luncueoa wiu
,be held at the Hotel Washington
w i . .A.nH t T I. a

on oaiuruay, ai i4.au ovioc. a-i
mong the highlights of this occa-

sion wiu oe tne presentaooa u rne
Club of tha Scholarahio Award

Winner for this year, and vocal
selections by the "iJC. Three'
The members of this self-accom-
nanta trtit frnm tha fan&l Tnnfi

Uunior Collese are the Misses Ann

uvineston. nary nose ana jib-

area uamerau.

Members of the Caribbean Col-

i

m mff.a

American. UJt

PIRHAPS THI 'AC 0
WOMEN If ALREADY HKB

nTawa Itanf atittt 'a VtemtS date

fine; "A leading psychologist tells

Austrian men that the 'agf ot
mar is closinc and they bad better

accept the equality of women- ts
a. actahllahaA aaf Jf

That may be news to Austrian
net, many1 of whom fto psy psy-jhnlnffiat
jhnlnffiat psy-jhnlnffiat claims "still do not real

ize the fact and want to ausurae

the role of muter over women."
But American men-bless them
' hma lnn ainca atomted exnect

ing their women to bring 'them'
their aliimers at rdeht keen oulet

' when they lay down the law,!
tremble when they raise their
voices and automatically answer;
"yes, dear" to every sculine
pinion.. -r --:.---..-
. Ma AmaHpaa (nan. not OIUV

Inows be Is not the master, h is
beginning to fe that in- this
country we skipped the age of
aflnalitv and lumoed from the

if man to tha "aft of

Aftv aS, who decided on the
.I tS.knrhnwl and tha houaay the

American family is hiving In right
" bow Mama, had th final aay

cUdn t sner -rhe
decides Oar Went to Bay

' Who spend's the bif?est share of
. tha famtlv incnmcL m nfther or not

she contributes to it by an out-

Sid jodt warns, et course,
whn nut anlv nicks ant her own

clothes to suit herself but picks
tut most of her husband'sT Mama,
agn.--- .':.'
Which Is most often beard In the

avaaaita anma v ''fin aalr vAnr

mother if it's all right" or "you'll

nave 10 ass. youx iaues aaoui
that"? This one is easy to answer,

4UV. J
Who decide what "advantages"

are tne ctumren-u. ngnttui auer
Mama, the child expert, of course.
anrl which marriaira nartnac haa

it to gMd that the other partner is

vuiiveu u a numuer qi yeaxit
ue wile, statistics say.

lenu.

JUST AS YOU MIGHT EXPECT,

ihaanb kuvf inem iisam

By 6AYN0K MADDOX ;
NBA Peed and Markets Editor

PlaiiL-anil tnta of It Taafa tha

ao TavaiM lilra thaba ataatr 'in.

cnrHlnff tn Mra Ttamhlm f!artar

of Austin. Noted for her parties J

so aaas-n we waw u rare.
' 1 U.J.L .

juicy auu iMic.

Medicat AssedaHMi Of

tsthrnlan Canal Zen 1
Tha 593rd mastine of the Medi

cal' Aaahciatinn f the' lathmiaa

Canal Zona wilt be held m War

11, uorgas nospiw, on iueioay,
196 at f p.m.
-The following Scientific P r o
iWwattM -ai4H htt niWa-nfMt1

gA OiUB -WftSmM Ha-boVMvvu -

i. "Recent vuras ranes at tne

uorgas merinoriai uauvtavui,
k- rui VkM Am Mufanlcha

tff ai uuii .-...

a, ''Epidemiological ugnincanci
of Reeent Yellow Fever Studies is
Mtitrfia. America." hv Dr. Harold

Trapido and Dr.-pedro Qa.lindo.
L. at ar-M a A J. I a.

3. "Jttecent ftavance ,fi
Knowledge of Leishmaniasis in Pa

nama, by Dr. uurl Johnson, vi,

G. B. Faircbild. and Dr. mar

aha favti t:

A buffet dinner preceded by re-
faaahmanta will ha served bv 'Mr.

Wallace, at 1 p.m, The regular

meeting and Scientific Program
mm nHmtr- "

1, u. .wuw
. Uamhara nlanninff to laav the

Isthmus on a permanent basis in

tha near xucure are- reaaeawai w

Mninli aa annronriata form

nhixh tfinv na- oniainea iram uie

secretary. This Information will be

necessary in eraer to provjae a
letter of eligibility for transfer to
annthac constituent society in the

United Stales. Members; .whose

dues are paid m full, remain in

mmmA aanin in me local asso-

ciation for a period of sto, months

foupwin; Qep?riure, ,t-...

: j. 1 .. 1 . 1

For ymt Modern, Living Room. . this atlructke set

teore $799.50 SPECIAL PRICE $ J59.50

! .. '."'1 it 1 lrf' I .it',-.

A ;4LLo 'f-r-''
1 nF 1TTj 11. -,-v..,Awf

ayajaiitaajaai)rt 1 Ttaanvianiiiaiia i-nnn

MONTHLY t 10tQQ

.' "! . j.

.iaiia'aJ j

. CI,IJB: '$5.00

,t;tVt

siH

1 do two thines olace. vour

l.ota nn tlia npnnant races and

uu v"- yt cuev w rB" you telephone or vu m mena
if your clothes are all set for IWW.afqnaintipa, to-express your
weathtf. Vf ; - f anma illnaaa accirl.

Sum me means lonvel day S

leisure thne; for hobbies or just

loafing; need for cooler and more

comfortable clothes. This year,

the factories and stores are going

all out to neip you enjoy youx w
aura hours. Thin, ol course, is S

fairly natural impulse on their

part, out you might as weu maw
tha moat nr It

. Aceardinff to moat of tha smart

wear manuueturers, We era ot

the peacocK male is preny mucn

nvac Thnxa tiltTB-traudv smr la

the kind that pictured a purple

tree with t ittyer moon ana
searlet seas are out. Instead, this
....An'. tnAat nnnnlat : snorts

ihirti re mortj subdued In time

I Yoo might like tome of the tm-
ymi4ivt fahHM fJkai th clothftfl

p VJ t avaaikca ivi tawv

k. i-ifias tt-auat. j-ta-ta-ii. wpinnf' Tor

Uia AaaVAAvaW autt p

a year or ac ana men ao hub w
follow iadiestaere'i a marked 0 0-rlental
rlental 0-rlental infteenca this year. There
are Indian- designs Japanese

prints, BalineM motifs. . 4

The foreign inuuenee eaxeno w
other corners of the world, too.
Van Heuaen'a summer collection
contains fabrics with names like
Toulon Batista, Caliente Cham-

bray and Mexican vaneiin m sucn
Amlnmm aa Taananl StriftexL Soma

UV1IRW r
Checks and Zapotee Checks in

other words, both isoric ana at
sigh axe tospjred by France. Italy,

Mexico ana pomif west.

vmnathv at anma illness, accid.

ent, of other misfortune, D 9 nt
talk' about tout own or someone

else's trouble?, .owever similar

they may Dr. it floesn i Uimen
one person's burden to bear about
uiama laa'a while ho it still

trying to work bis wa out of hi

VWlaJ

So don't add to the burden. Try

to lighten it. .... .

Pilos Hurt Yqo!
Don't auffer from, painful, Jtchln
Pllaa aaothas ou wlthoat tryhiic
Chinarsio. Upon application Chlnaroia
atarts eurblna; Pile eiiurles I way: 1.
Baaai Bain n Hchlnf. 1 Helps ihrlnk
asp. nUan Uauu. A. Help aatura
haal IrriUtMl mambraim and allay Pila
Nervouancaa. Aak xuc privsUt tar
Chlnaroid today.

, TEST DANCE BIT S
HARNETT & DUMH

- Tor nn Elegant Dining Room.

ffnai : s-WariHawl shn1 tarail ( mtavMakl

aaaaw ma aaasav-a Vaaau VT VU SaUaWa. WIVU I
with) fat There are many cuts of

porterhouse, sirloin, club, T-f There are new styles lit bats,

tia-allatk aUlai Katiall SataMa4sVntW OsM

""W mui ovaiviw tvuia aVABi TCI
the meat cut at least l-inch thick!

nn auiwAt iw ta a- -ria-iimn nw arwivtaa-

less meat per serving. Slash the
aV A. ai it. a Tt a a

iai cages oi me sieax si l-mcn

intervals 10 seep me meat from
'aiifkntnaa M.tila KvMiltnt

Row. lnrnT shmiU a steak ha

broiled? this depends on the
thickness of the meat as well as
inn tnrflvidnaf nrafarancA tna rap.

neuium or weu-aonv neas. une
test for doneness is to eut slit

ui iua ia. ucii uiv witc, w
tha ranter nf tha meat tf thara

no bone, and note the color. For

rare, it wiu oe rea: tor medium,

Siniusn-reo, ior wcu oone, gray'
ih-pink. .' :-

To Broil Steak

fief TMruTatmr at SSd decrees W.

or "broil". Put meat on broiler
rack and place under broiling
unit so that too surface oi meat

is about g inches from beat

(greater distance for very thick
steaks). Broil until meat is well

browned: season with salt and

nmiua Turn ann hnwm At Via t

y t j'b. v. v. wnw ........

side, only one turning u neces-t
aarv. Serve broiled meat immedi4

lately on not. punier.

, V. Beaf-Bscon Burgers

(Tieid: e servings) :
One pound ground beef, 1 tea tea-won
won tea-won salt, W teaspoon pepper. 4
ices cooked bacon, crumbled.
rAmfiind 'fell tnaraHianta anfl

form into 4" patties. Broil S inches
I at .at a.... .All J

iwiuuj-; WUCaaa

gUes tor simmer are going
nr, t- in weieht. which la a hap

py event, tor too cement pound

er. There even an open wcu

model or two to BO seen, wnicn is
n r waatt tne. arr beautlfuL

for these ef aswith agly toes,

there art seme new woven-ieaiB.

er shoes, new nylon measn mseu,
some -wtth silk insets, ai a
brand new styling to the old-fash-

Jt M ...........

IODSU auaaci. .
The touch ot genius extends to
b- in. sw arrmmar. s O nf C

bright designer got the idea of put

ting a bana OX coos mesa acmn
the instep, where it doesn't show

but where V Keeps in wo, uwu

S . .... w

go ironT you Bvaim w
mnmK.tn ahnc or. more

,...,.ilv from vour new straw to

your new- loafexs-this wiu.be a

comfort Die suntmer, ,u au

knew the aesigners nave youi w
perature is mind. l

.'1 J'' Sir A '.''-.- IB

SWITZERLAND

VATQ.MAKER EXPERT PROFESSOH
. will repair any kind o! walclv
completely guaranteed.
MAT MENDEZ Jevelry

"J" Street N. l?-23 Pwiarna, :

MONTHLY! $15.00

t CLUPs $10.00

It's surorlslnfl hem mart eee

' pie think they can et a cold off
'. fhelr chests by telling others
obout It .. ..

. SAT1MA CARSJIS YOU SM00THIY

thxuth5.qn:ihohouxi

Creoft the Bedroom vf jehr e?ro with thit beautiful
teoe-? 425.00 pZpd PRICE $ 299 50

Safina...

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cidinlhmtiUhbox.

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accuracy. No peed to break tablet. Each,
eoiitain tH grab) of pare a-pirin-f..
' the preferred stajjdsxd of causrte dosa
aeaur. You, give "furt a he Joe toe
orders.'' Children like it orange flsTW.
woteura tMMtr a

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11 Legion Officers
Arrested For Plot
To Overthrow King
May 14 (UP) Eleven officer of
Uin'i Arab Lesion have been
arrested for plotting to overthrow
Xing Husseio, reportereaehmg
liar aaill VMtexdaV.
The reports laid a number of
ether officers were dismissed or
transferred to less important posts
In tha famed legion.
The reports said the officers will
. tried bv a militarv court on
charges of attempting a rebellion
patterned after the one in Egypt
Nasser came to power,
in WU1LU lUiw u ... ...
Avt. Eloy AKaro 15-159
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;; SECURITIES IN PANAMA
1 1' AKIAS, HATVSS1 ASSOOATfS
r- 6 Asfc
Abattoir Rational ......
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BiokmlgoSi ......am.. 19
CemaotoPsnami 14 ; r
CarvocerU Naetoaal a
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Coca Cola ........r., IS4
Cuentas Camardalm V f-
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Prat with Com, .,- 10.)
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roarza f tas Cora. M
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Gooerml do lagoros .... SB
Puumefia do Accltcs ., M
Panamefia da Flbraa ... M
Panamafta da Sofuros .. O
Panamarla da Tabace .. IS 11 11
Teatro Benavtota ...... 1st
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?J LOTSlor

FOR SALE
" Household ?

FOR SALE liviiif room
Mt. Qtn. 152-1, Fait Kobk.
Pkaaa S4-6246.
FOR SALE: Saan Raaback
vacuum claaaar $25.00, Wart- -infhonta
alactric caataia, aaw aaw-ifl
ifl aaw-ifl Machiaa S3 5.00. both 25 25-60
60 25-60 erla, all aarcalaia Kilvina Kilvina-far
far Kilvina-far tafrigarafar, 25-cycla, $75.-,
mataJ chart Of arawtrt $10.00,
matal fcuHrt $5.00, library table
$4.00. 0209-1 Harrick Raai,
Ancaa. Pbaaa 2-4349. i.
FOR SALE: 25-cycla "Eur
Spindriar" waihinf aiachlM,
$60.00; 5-piaea Rattaa IMnf
room tat, $150.00; 10 YaaatUa
bliaat 3'x5' aaw rafiahkaj fit
typa 333 houta, $50.00 for let.
Talaphaaa Ralbaa 1743.
FOR SALEIaby crib, varv
toed ceadilioa, with RMttrau,
$10.00. TaL 3-1641.
FOR SALE-WartiBghoBa ra ra-frifaritor,
frifaritor, ra-frifaritor, chow -bancth, ; ahaa ahaa-,
, ahaa-, akarct, (6Vi) kookcasa, wkkar
chain, tabled child's piano aad
stool, 3-6 ft. ihadea, ate. 1544
Mama St. Ralboa, Tel. 2 2-1751.
1751. 2-1751. .-.W.y-,. v
FOR SALE: Ravora nainetie
: taaa racordar, axealltnt coedi coedi-.
. coedi-. tioBi Naw with fineartia con con-trola,
trola, con-trola, rail bargain, $175.00. Sao
at home 4, Apt. I (Cats Ro Roma
ma Roma y, Higinlo Dnran final.
FOR SALE Admiral rafrigera rafrigera-tor
tor rafrigera-tor 1 r m. faat, axctlliat can can-ditiom.
ditiom. can-ditiom. $100.00. Phono 3-6574,
Panama.
Election Turnout
(Continued from Page 1)
diately -after completing' the
count of the ballots cast for the
presidential candidates.
voters started going to the
polls in Panama City shortly aft
er the noils opened at 7 a.m.
voting was neavy curing the
morning hours but Blacked off a-
rouna noon to pick up again in
in aitemoon. ;-t
'Following the rain, It was or-j
aerea that the polling booths re
main open an hour beyond the
scheduled 5 p.m. dosing time, to
accommodate voters who bad
been trapped by the weather,
carry m we day the numeer
of women voting was noticeable.'
ooservers are not agreed on why
there should appear to have been
so heavy a turnout of women. :
Al such usual Sunday activi
ties such as horseraclng, the lot
tery an so forth were postponed
till today.
i Bars were shut all dar vester
day, through to noon today.
unomciai voting totals recelv
ed by early thls afternoon, prov
ince ty provmce. are:
Panama 106,073;
Chlriqui 32,000;
Veraguas 30,658;
Los Santos 21,608; 21,608;-Cocle
Cocle 21,608;-Cocle 21,343; -Herrera
20,973.
Total 132,563.
With the doduIous province of
Colon, and the more thinly-set-
uea Boeas del Toro and Darlen
still to be heard from, yester-
aays would appear certain to be
a record presidential election
turnout for Panama,
100 Top Anti-Reds
FreedBy Hungary
VIENNA, Austria. May 14 (UP)
Communist Hongary has freed
more than 100 prominent anti-
Communist politicians and labor
orriclais lmnrisonea or detained
by the regime afterthe Redoup
of 1948, Informed sources here
announced. V ?
Hungarian Catholic taunts al-
so expressed hope that The par pardon
don pardon granted Archbishofe Josef
.
oroesz may herald similar free
dom for Josef Cardinil Minds Minds-senty,
senty, Minds-senty, who was sentenced to life
imprisoned in the Oommunlst
snow trial of Feb. 194!
PEEKABOO Presidential
hopeful Adlai Stevenson owns
(the face behind the hands.
-Adlai showed signs of weari-
ness during a recent appearance
in Washington, D C, one of
many stops in the primary
politickinF i j

"""' 1 """"
V

FOR SALE
AntomobOes; I :

FOR SALE -l 954 Chovrolat 4 4-daar
daar 4-daar Sadaa, oxcaltant coaditiaa.
Ona owner, .. las than 19,000,
milas. Owner having Raaaaa Raaaaa-abhr
abhr Raaaaa-abhr Fricad for eaick aalcwTal.
Balbaa 1535 or 32B0.
FOR SALE. Carman Ford fa
Prf act condition, 1954 madaL
Law prica. lay's English Hums-
ar bicycle, almost naw, $25.00.
Phana: 2-4902, 3-1024.
FOR SALE: 1953 Feral.
my six. D.P. licensed and hwar hwar-ad,
ad, hwar-ad, $1100.00 cash or terms.
Panama 2-5291.;
FOR SALE: Gaad looking, goad
miming 1941 Packard. Call 92-
4363 or 17-2263.
FOR SALE 1951 Singer Sport
Roadster. Excellent .conditioa,
$400.00. T. Peterseni, S2-14A,
6th St. Margarita 3-3262.
FOR SALE v
Boats & Motors
'FOR SALE: 21 ft. Graff rig
sailboat "Sinbad" $500.00. Call
Or. Anderson, lalbea 2-6310.
FOR SALE 12' light plywood
fishing beat and trailer. Phana
6232, Heme No. 534.
Cards, Phils
Swap Utility;
Infielders
"NEW YORK,1 ifay ; 14 (UP) J
The St. Louie Cardinals and the
Philadelphia Phils swapped utility-
men sonv Hemns 1 t'oboy Mor-
ga t- ; and t all -nore Orio-
lea pu,. cd vw ,1 pitcher John
ny SchmiU in flurry of trading
activity prior to the cutdqwn. date.
'Hemus, a 32-year-old pepperpot
who. can play second base, third
and short, went to the Phils for 29-
year-oid morgan, who also plays
the same positions. This deal was
a follow-up to last Friday's five-
titctier trade by the same teams,
Schmitz. a 35-year-old left-hand
er, was sold to the Orioles by the
Boston Red Sox for an estimated
$15,000. The Orioles also sold Mel!
Held, a rookie right-handed pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, to the Minneapolis Millers, a
New York Giants farm club in the
American Association.
Baltimore will be the seventh
malor league club for Schmiti
who broke in with the Chicabo Cubs
in 1941. He since has played for
the Brooklyn Dodeers. New York
Yankees, Cincinnati Reds, Washing
ton Senators ana Kea box. tie
made only two relief appearances
for Boston this vear.
Hemus and Morgan art) rated!
about even in ability. Hemus
- 1a V nv.r4.rt kit.- wKHa Vftrmi
swings from the right side. Hemusf
hit .243 for St. Louis in 1955: Mor
gan batted .232 for the Phils. I
Four American League e 1 u b s
completed previous deals and more
were expected before the teams
are reaulred to reduce their rost
ers to 25 players by midnight, May
17.
Rochester Gains
1-Gtme Lead In 1L
AflerBiu
NEW YORK. Mav 14 (UP)
The Rochester Red -Wings
emerged from a busy weekend
with a one-game lead in the
International League today, but
It could have been a two-game
margin if they could have held
onto a lead for one more Inning.
The Wings gained their fourth
straight triumph when they
gushed across a run m the last
alf of the 10th Inning Sunday
to beat Columbus, 4-3. at Ro Rochester
chester Rochester as Ellis (Cot) Deal
pitched all the way for the win.
And Rochester had a 4-2 mar margin
gin margin going Into the last Inning
of the seven-frame v nightcap
when the Jets pushed over three
rungs to win, 5-4 Reliever Bob
Spicer got credit for the victory.
Second-place Montreal also
spilt a twin bill, downing Miami
en the first game, 3-2, behind
the five-hit pitching of tall
Frank White, but Miami out out-slugged
slugged out-slugged the Royals. 11-9, in the
(Seven-mning nigntcap. oatcnej
re a'artea tne secona game
Miami but was kayoed In a
run third inning.
In Cither Sunday action: Hav
ana bkat Toronto, 4-3, in the o-
nener ton Don Nicholas 10th
inning xome run, but Toronto
took the, seven-inning nightcan.
3-2: anid Richmond clouted
three horhers in beating Buffalo,
7-4. in tirelr first game before

Jha iecono. was xalaed.jut.

MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 2031, AN CON, CZ.
I0X 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
DR. WENDEHAKI Medical
Clinic Day and night aervko.
Oafoalte Chase Rank. Pbaaa 2 2-3479,
3479, 2-3479, Panama.
FOR SALE
Uliscellaneons
CHOOSE CUYCO ILOCKS
, Will net csusa cracks. Now la
aaether coavaniant sixe,
5"il2"a12n at $0.1575 each.
"Cia. do Prodnctoe da Areilla,
1A.", Via Eipaia 37-47. TaL
1-0160.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS CABLE AND WIRE FOR
"-.. ....; SALE
, Sealed bids, for opening in pvb pvb-Uc,
Uc, pvb-Uc, will be received nntil 10:30
. a-m. May II, 1956. fa the of-
fke of Superintendent of Store-.
, Bonasa, Balbaa, for varieas typos
- of cable for marine -and shore
so, and cap par, steal and pboo-pher-brease
' who far marina
and share aae. For further infer infer-atatien
atatien infer-atatien and copy of lavftatiea) :
No. 266 contact office of Sapor
. Intendont of Storahaeies, Bal Balbaa,
baa, Balbaa, telephana 2-1115.
FOR SALE. Puna, good ooaaW
Han. Call 2-1710, Panama.
All Three Whitney
Hones Scratched
. .
From Preate
BALTIMORE. Md.. MT 14 (UP
Sixteen horses were regarded to-
aay as possmie starters in this
Saturday's Preakness. despite the
surprise withdrawal of all three
UV. Whitney entries, i x,;-
- Syl YeUch, trataer for tHitf
ney, announced that fee has de definitely
finitely definitely withdrawn Career Boy
Head Man, and Bom Mighty
from the Preakness for variou
reasons. Career Boy,1 hewever
will ma in the $iM,lt Belmont
Stake on June 16, the "t h I r d
jewel" of the turfs triple crown.
r ive rreaKness eiiaiblea ware
included in a field of six horses
entered in today's $5,000 Preakness
rrep. e
Only two of these eliiibles are
now figured as possible Preakness
starters Christiana Stable's Rie-
ci Tavi and Sr. Jose F. Siccardi's
Invicto. The other three, who must
earn consideration for a starting
oenn ny a gooa snowing today
are Assorted, Quarter Deck, and
Roman Battle. Also entered is non-1
Preakness eligible Helicopter.
Trainer veitcn gave the follow
ing reasons for withdrawing the
three Whitney horses from the
Preakness:
Career Boy, sixth in the mfle-
and-a-quarter Kentucky Derby,
"needs more, distance" than the
mile-and-thre sixteenths Preal
ness and "our only chance of be a
tog. Heedles is at IV miles in the
Belmont Stakes." ,:
Head Man, eighth u the Der Derby,
by, Derby, apparently is a sprinter.
Said Vettch, "There's no use
kidding myself about Head Man
going a route. I'm going to hor
tea him p and sprint bim."
Born Mighty, fourth in Satur
day's Withers Stakes at Jamaica
came out of the race with a splint
on his right fore knee.
Daniel G. Arnstein's Eiffel Blue.
which finished second to Oh John
ny in the Withers, thus earned
Preakness shot, trainer A. G. Rob-I
ertson announced, ana the horse
will be vanned here tomorrow.
Nine horses now are listed, as
"certain" Preakness starters. They
are Needles. Fabius. Count Chic.
Come On Red, Golf Ace, No Re Regrets,
grets, Regrets, Eiffel Blue, Ricci Tavi, and
Invicto. Listed as "possible" start
ers art Besomer, Beau Fond, Hign
King, Nahodaan, Skeptical Kid,
Will Of Allah, and Beau Diabie.
y i
Orioles Purchase
BALTIMORE, Md May 14
(UP) The Baltimore Orioles
today purchased Johnny
Schmlts. a 35-year-old -left
bander, from the Boston Red
Sox lor p reponea sis,ooe.
At the same time, the Orioles
sold Mel Held, a rookie right
bander, to Minneapolis, a New
York Giant farm club In the
American Association. :
Schmlts has been m the ma
jors sinee Joining the Chicago
Cubs in 1941. He has pitched
In only two ramea tnis season
for the Red Sox, appearing a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Yankees In relief as assignments
signments assignments on April 21 and 22.
Beside the Cabs and Red
Sox, Schmlts previously put In
stints with the Brooklyn Dodg
ers, New York Yankees,. Ctn-
einnatl Redlegs and Washing-
tan Senators.

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FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION 0. L! Jnat baOt
asaasatmaanOi aaHoKOKauaVAj aBkJM(akOk&K
BPPBBjBjffjBj amjaaaBmaJa tfpBJIfffJJsjmm
2 bodiaams. bat, cold watea,
PIMM Paaaaaa J-4941.
FOR RENTt Nicety farairhad,
modora apartment 1' bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, living room, dining room,
kitchen. Far I months, Juae 1st
to Aagnst list. Phone Panama
3-4161. -
FOR RlrfTr-araislwJ or a.,
famished aparrmaati 2 bad bad-raoms,
raoms, bad-raoms, 2 bethreeras, ata In
Bella Vista. Phana 1-4097, 2-
2504.
FOR RENTt Aparrmaat a bad bad-reems,
reems, bad-reems, diaiag room, ajrtiat ream,
maid'a room with bath, largo -kitchen,
hrgo barhraam, bat wa water,
ter, water, apart m aal all screened, 25
VHWV BMt9aT8 InvMc atfalrtRMaBjt
fat laaadry, drying and froning,
! large desets, garage. Heaaa No.
I 5. Eosobio A. Meraiea Avo. m
El Caaflreie, cemar benaa. Phoae
Panama 1-0579. r77-
FOR -RENTr Nawly ? tWha4
and nafa earthed apailmanls, Al Al-hambra
hambra Al-hambra Apart mania, 10th Stroat
No. 1061. Phono 1316, Caioa.
FOR RENTr Madam apart apart-ment.
ment. apart-ment. Exdashro rsaldantbl eec eec-tion.
tion. eec-tion. Weft ventilated. Urge
porch. Living roam, dining room,
two bedrooms, bathreem, kitca kitca-on,
on, kitca-on, laaadry room, garago, bat
water Ihiangbonl. Wales boater
famish ad. Screened. For infor infor-matfaa
matfaa infor-matfaa and appaintmant al
Panama 3-1650.
FOR RENT: Famished apart apartment
ment apartment mcfadlng. mfrigarator, all 1
screened, tiled. Good snrreand snrreand-mgs.
mgs. snrreand-mgs. Naeso 112, Via Ballaariw
Parras, near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR EtlNTi -1 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment furnished, greond fleer,'
parking space, inspected. The tc
bast yon can fiad for thia
price. Cool and mdeaendant. 1
$75.00. Jose do Fabrega Ave.
na. io,
FOR RENT: 'Smalt faraisnao'
apartment near American Em-
bassy. Call Tel. 3-3467. S -m
FOR RENT. Ona badroom fur-'
aishod apartmont, hot water. Be-
lis Vista. Phana Clayton 6110
office boon after Caranda 5111.
FOR RENT Two bedroom:
y
a-t;
aatmant with maid'a room.
Comfortable aad with hot water.-
49rb St.. No. 13, Crecia
BnUding.
FOR RENTs Modem two baeV
ream apartmont la Belle Vtstar
51st, St. No. 42. Call Zabieta.
TeL 1-3337. -.
FOR RENT: Famished apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom, al craoni
od, balcony, $65.00. aad $75. $75.-00.
00. $75.-00. Pbaaa 3-1641.
FOR RENT: Complotaly for for-aiahod
aiahod for-aiahod oao bedroom apartmont.
Apply apartmont 5. Rldg. 45.
-Aatomobilo Road over Panama
Aato.: .
FOR RENT: Modem furnished or
anfamished apartment; 2 bad bad-looma,
looma, bad-looma, two bathrooms, living-'
dining ream, maid's ream with
bathroom, garago aad hot water.
Phono, basinets Mans, 2-03211
Sunday 2-3525.
FOR RENTt-The Weal
meat for a becheie or a
apart
.vary easy to famish bedroom,
living and diamg-mom, etc bet
water, wonderful location, Cal
3-3421.
FOR RENTf PMnkkaJ .B
fart aptrtmant, Inapoctad, acroaa
oov via upaaa, eeuei
.
ion rranca. :v ... y
WiaslinChiircfcl
Joins Old Regteenl j
II Rel27 In Rchno
itUHNK. tinrman irv ta
.

(UP1 Sir Winston' Chuiihffl ravrfin.,-?t,r' "w?PP

turned yesterday to the regiment!LTJ TiirTu fTan S?
he served with more than ta far. J"! Utu. iiBmJ? the

he served with more than SO ytars
ago.
Wearing his famed annar tuivl.
ai hat nnil O' nlaivlp Mi K.i.n
his many decorations, Churchill
orove m jeep past tne soldiers
of the Queen's Own Fourth Hus Hus-sare
sare Hus-sare Ria aranHann 9iul II Tnlian
aoames, now serves wua ue unit.
.. f -. ... 4 ....:
High military officials of Brit
ain. Germany and the United
States watched the review.
Tha reffimnnt vava nn tho last
nf tta hnraaa I, 1QU Mam
equipped with Centurion and Con-!
queror tanas.
Aftar tna ravlaar Oiim-tiiTI Amrnm
the 13 miles from Rohn to the
airport at Celle. Thousands of Ger-
i u: i.
juaaa waveu a. iub inuuwcaue.
The plane stopped briefiyV at
Wahn Air Field near Bonn to pick
un Ijdv Churrhill. Than it flpw
oa to London.

RESORTS

Sramlich's Santa Clara Boacbt
Cartages, Madera eaavoalaasoa,
madarate rates. Pkano fiambea
-6-441.
Swim aad foln at Sh repeal's
kaach boms, Santa Clara, Pboae
TbaaapMa, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES aad teffo
beach keaae. Oaa milo past Ca-
1166..- y
PHIUIPS Oaeonald CoNngaa,
Santo Clara. Baa 433, Balbaa.
Phana Panama 1-1177. Crrrta-
bol 3-1673. (:
Position Offered
WANTED: Eaftitb-Speabb
Socrotary wkb knowlodgo of so
coanta. Saad photo with applica application
tion application to employer R, p! Box
2614 Cristobal. C Z. y
JOB
opportanlty experienced
aad fulhr aaalff ied
tochnsciana and outside aalo aalo-moa.
moa. aalo-moa. Apply nreeeke S-A." with
New Books
"Charlie Would Wawn timaWl
Thla" a ralinrtim hi kniv.
P. McEvrJvT Svte nM e
Keaaen Digest, is among the

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aiw paoi, wees: bj mo canai
. v .wjt
- ;'
McEvoy needs no Introduction
to
I the millions of men and aim.
en who make up the Readers Di
gest auaience ana ho is well
known on the Isthmus where he
has visited several times.
The eomnlete list nt nmw twiVo
and their anthnra
.. V, H,
uie wDrary wis week foUows:
nvn-r mum rsycnoiogy or
xAauuoui amj nenBTinr Kmirn

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leiica. In. rhnriia, utrnnirtt

V " v.wiMV.,
c uiant, uioete; Tna Life of
rr uvara Kinnnor rnirrrrw
- vo? uiK vviiii
-E.7 El Greco, Vallentln; I
ffivuun am imTienBi vwnmon
Buck; The long Night; CaSdin;
mm ofmw 'Fusaxct carey; Boy
WVlA ViCl4aa rinA T...
vvuv uwuej 7 JLITsVaY JP
Prieve from Paradise, Elliott
case of the Nervous Accomplice,
bardner: The Ouiet.Atnert.an'
Greene; Heids I Win, Harrison:'
The CrenUeinan, Marshall: Keen
Ui... i..iy'. a-?y
Boon island, Roberts; andV The
Chlldren'a Rnk. nr ,.
uicxorv mil. nudnev Th Han.

Hate Loved This MrlTvnv- a-rVI.IAmhaai1ni T T V11..-.. TJ.J

. ' "inr -inn in-aBniurinn r.t amn

DVTJofi. Viito- 7n artr
"-
!?r Jiymes; Bingo, ino Magln
own, uymes: fuss in Boots. Per-
rault; The LltUa Rei Caboose.
r'"1! Aiuwuj ucurxe maes a
oute, ney; uurious oeorge Takes
a Job, Rev:, The Llttlo Train that
Saved the Day. ; stelner The
Caves of the Great Hunter
Baumann; The First Book of
; Airplanes, i Bendlk; Teen-Age
Mystery stones, Owen; and His-
wrj vn d run, uai.
World Pays llcia::
Io Fe5i!d Yocoslor
IVilh Ilssd Of VcciJ
COLLODI. Harr v. 11 mv
With a Toll nf llniiril onil a
rade, the world Is paying homage
ww hj a youngster wno had a
head of wood.
Despite this handicap, little Pi-
noccnio won me rave oi chudren
all over the wnrM Anil nA in
a real-life sequel to a fairy tale. I-
Itolian President Giovanni Gron-
cm wiu dedicate a 15-foot bronse
monument to turn. ....
Pinoeehio. a fiotttlAna
had a nose that aew when he fibl
Deo. uut me children from 26
countries who contributed money
to buv tho mnniim,nt mmImI
certificates entitling them to tell
one ue wunoui saving then noses
m an riBop
i- .
last century. He took Collodi as
nis pen-name. yy:. ,,": .,..
Lenrontini was tho despair of
his editor. As soon aa he had
pocketed the 15 lire ho earned
for each episode in tho puppet's
earner, ho da sorted his writing
desk far a camfartahU lamm.
' But ho finallv nuMtai1 In Mm.
waling we oooc Ana ruioccmo
became a favorite of children in
lands far away. Scores of editions
were printed and the book was
translated into all the major lan-
aiiases oi ina world.
Dedication of Pinocchio's statue
la tha.navlff o an alarttmi nrnm.
ise. In the local elections of 1952,
IvauHau. MMVV.t AUW
lotti promised that if he won of-
nce ne wouiu see to u ; tnai a
statue of Pinoeehio was raised.'
Aflvllntti fiofaatawi Kia rnmmn.
nist opponent and launched a cam-
paign : io Bauer iunas. voniriDU-
t j n MAtlVAlt il Saw,,,. al TW TT
L . 1 1 .... II M
I as Aiasaa, Auairaua ana uuua.

FOR: RENT

louses
FOR RENTt ChalatvS bad
mams, living-room, maid'a'
mom, garage, at Bella Vista.
Reasonable for long term. Phone
Clayton 61 10, office hear. Aft Aft-er
er Aft-er Canada 5111. , v ;
FOR RENT. 4 bedroom fhalet.
. 2 bathrooms, living-dining room.
14th St. Na. 3 Via Parras.Tl Parras.Tl-pheee
pheee Parras.Tl-pheee 3-006S.

Vets May Reinstate Permanent
Plan Insurance For Less Gash

Edwant T TTswan v-fn.H- a
ministratian nrM.nt,t!. i c.i
I bos, s reminduig veterans in this
area mat a more uoeral poucy by
VA will permit veterans to rein reinstate
state reinstate lanaMl Mrmin.nf
government insurance w i t h a
smauer cash, outlay than hereto heretofore.
fore. heretofore. .-. ... .. .. ;,.
plan, policies that have been lapsed
sumo years, tne veteran in apply applying
ing applying for reinstatement must furn-
SP ."-wmeni must lurn-
"' evwence oi goott health and
7JSiK""ff??
borrow asainst the inan wahu f
Kinsiaiea poucy m. order to
reduce the cash outlay for rein
isiaieiucni cosis ana create a con-
tinued loan Indebtedness. ; r, i :
Under the present orocoduro.
Veterans haW have, a ii t h r
choice to reduce th-cash outlay
tor reinstatement purposes.
They may apply the amount of
Riliiied Kulrilion
Pact Deposifed Vilh
. t
wicurMnTniM nr.. it ivm
S V., a All, 1 11,1
nsma deposited with the Psn-A-
mATiin I in inn truiaw h.. na,.
ment's ratification of the basic a
-- 'x,u, vmuu ivuaj ma evyci. ii
ikicciucdi dt inm lnsnniTsw m run.
tritioa of Central America and Fi-
r-
I Th fltTrMmM rtraMt4mie1wa
U 0 uivrivuoiv
5e?tt. "hfied by Costa Rica,
ZT J
-T" iMtte. is a technical en-
V coj)pera-
ns, r;?m'nf'n S"MU
rr Buraan anil th V11naa Viam.
ft ,K1!S .clenc?. 01
Ula. l. v. .:
uuu ui ui BiguBwry counures.
-J0e or.. Mcretary general
s.,r,rrjr--
ai,ie!'. wuu,m ranger, assistant
secretary general, and several La
tin Amencsn Ambassadors at
tiH th.
Vallarino delivered the ratification
tome union.
Infanvd Mltta am rKa Mthat
4 people who hoppen to be on ahf
1 highway when you ana, ; earn

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LESSONS

BALLROOM DANCINff CLASS-
VuTT '""fr A
YMCA. Infarmatioar Patricia
Raymar 25-3700 evenings..
FOR RENT
FOR NT-Famhhed apat apat-want,
want, apat-want, $65. Military inspected.
Vis Perraa 99. Phana 3-20aV (
lite regular dividend, which irfll
be duo and payable upon rein rein-etatomont,,
etatomont,, rein-etatomont,, tewarda tho cast
rainstatomont and rhoraby ro ro-duce
duce ro-duce tho cash outlay or tho loan
indabtadnot recjulrod for roln.
statamant. : , , s f
For examnla. a naim.nnf
policy which has heon laniMi tU.
yeare will be entiaed, when rein-
wiwa ra au regular dividends de declared
clared declared during the three year pay
nod. ,,. ..
Bv. reaueatintf tW thaov 4i,,t.
dends be applied to the cost of
reinstatement, the, veteran will
pay considerably less without
creating a debt against the policy,
as in the case of a loan; however,
if the cost of reinstatement with
the dividend offset still is more
uan ine veteran can afford, As
may apply for a loan on the poli policy,
cy, policy, as in the nasL in nrvW tn
duce the amount of cash outlay.
io. ower woros, ne can now resort
to the combination policy loan and
the added dividend offset in order
to reinstate the permanent plan
lapsea poucy. -y y
- Permanent nlan swiIIMm' irMn-
dered on or after April 23, 1951,
wiiuu us insurea was w active
service, which may be reinstated
within 120 days after Separation
under the provisions of Section 5
oi me servicemen's indemnity Act
of 1951. rn nnt WlnrioH h thi
j procedure aince regular dividends
i w aiwv fc uuc .suu ua van
wiii not ne due snd payable on
these policies until regular
ttiese DbiiCies Until regular r.ra.
nium navmpnt
The VA office, second floor, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Servipa : rtaitor will rraiok
additional information on this iub-
Proposed I Shipment
01 Arms To Isrcsl x,
WASBINQTON. May 14 iWB) .,
A newly-formed New York oi
BBiuzauon proieswa to oecre oecre-tarv
tarv oecre-tarv of Stata John Ffwtr thillea
yesterday against proposed arms
smpments to-uraei. y
Tha ArmnlcitlMl knnim ,1'
f.w v,,bmuw.uu, ni IV, rt
fha Pnmmlt.taa fA- flAnrlfv tnrf
Justice in the Middle East, said:
rianes, guns, lanxs, suoma suoma-rines
rines suoma-rines are not the answer to pre present
sent present tensions In the Middle East.
This will create an arms race
in which only the Kremlin, will
be the winner."
The letter wai signed by
eight members of the new group,
including Dr. Harry Emerson
Fosdick, former pastor of New
York's Riverside Church; -Virginia
Gilversleeve, former dean of
uarnara uoiiege, and wuuam l
Whlta nnhltahar nf tha ITmnnrla.
Kans., Gazette and an editor U
Readeri Digest ,v
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MOVIES TV UDtO
by Eftktnt Johnson

HOLLYWOOD JNEA) Karty
v of the, Movies: "The world's great
est movie fan. I discovered to
day, is another Marty. Only he
knows, what .he's doing tonight
and every night. He s going to
movie. And no because he's pop.
. corn nappy.',., ..
"I'm a man exactly "like Marty
and. have shared hb feelings and
frustrations many times," the self self-.
. self-. crowned "greatest: movie, fan".
looking George Raborn. who
wirtes a newspaper sports column
n W-:; Texas.: :
Like Marty, rhe'; nnmarried
''but I'd like to be married some
nay if I can find the right girl
w":o loves movies."

" Like a, lady movie projectionist,
. bo donbt She'd have to be one to
keep u. with Raborn, whose hob-b-
r t-vSe to"the movies and even

analyzbg them in a yearly report
titled, "How Ho'lywood Rates."
Raborn claims he has seen 6,010,

r movies "and eoumihe an esumat

d 500 I saw before I began keep keep-'ing
'ing keep-'ing records brings my total to
6.518." -
He says he't already seen -136
movies this year..
In one. year, 1951, he saw 402.
He's now in his longest movie

going streak without missing a
y day. He's seen a movie every 24
'hoars since De; 17, 'W5S.
Raborn' says he's spent about
$3,000 at the movies "including
. tickets for numerous dates." But

ias far as he's concerned, dates
shouldn't be taken to the movies.
He says: f :;. T;:w
! "I nrefer to see movies alone

1 and usually go back by myself

later."
Sometimes he foes back fld

i tick to the same movie. He's al-

ready seen "Martv" and Picnic"
four times each, and he's again
; eager to see "King Kong" when
: ft is re-issued this falL
i That's his favorite film he's
een it 33 times, he Uys.
' He's also seen, he says, "Mutiny

VI WANNA GO HOME Nikki

homesick and is comforted by a zoo keeper in London. Home
was the Moscow Zoo, until the three-month rold cub was pre-
seated to Princess pme by visitors Bulganin and Khrushchev.";

Klkfei had a visit ot" Windsor;
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On The Bounty," 18 times:
of Manhattan' 15 times: !'Jo
Eager,-. 14 times; "A tPlac
Tales
Johnny
Fiace in
the Sun.'f 11 times, and "Gone
With the Wind,'.' 8 times.
Insists Raborn:
"I'm not trying to set records
just pursuing my hobby and see seeing
ing seeing every movie I can." Movies,
he admits, are much more ."re ."relating",
lating", ."relating", than his previous hobby of
"memorizing train -scheduler jjor
all U railroads." kv
It's simnlv that Sahara "lowi"
himself at the movies.
'As he tells M: .y .:." Iv
"I forget where 1 am and be
come a part of the film 'After
saw "Camille" again last year, I
was ,so stunned : over Greta Gar-
no s ..pertormance and .so over.
whelmed by the movie that ; I
didn't know where I wns, what
time it was, r wheri my car as
parsea. .
"I guess that sounds .unbeliev
able tnd strange, bat I've talked
to and received letters frcra fans
who felt the same way."
Popcorn.-! was haoDV to hear.
didn't start Raborn ou his movie
career "I hate popcorn eater at
e movies." be says. ,j
Raborn says he's visiles Holly
wood four times "working at odd
jobs and getting fired from each
because I wouldnt work overtime
smce it interfered with my movie-
eoine." :' Sr.-,t
. While in Hollywood he went oft
a ren movie binge.
Claims he saw sewn movies m
one day, 20 in a week and 77 in
one month. , ;
The worst movie he's ever seen.
he says,- was last year's "Be "Be-trayed
trayed "Be-trayed Woman." The late Joha
Garfield still remains Ms favorite
actor and Lana Turner gets his
vote jm favorite actress, f
No, Raborn doesn't own a TV
set.
"I've seen parts of movies on
TV," he sas, "but I'm never
satisfied.
a Caucasian bear cub, feels
Castle with the five-year-oia
the London Zoo. j

ExhiiiibnOIOIlsv
By (Iyd3 LsCklr
On View In Balboa

Currently showini at the USO-
JWB Gallery is an exhibition of
oil paintings by Clyde S. LaClaur.
official photographer of the Pana-i
ma canal Co.f Til' exniDtuon,
which has beea arranged in eoon-
eration with the Canal Zone Art-
League, will remain until Juno 2.
. The exhibit features a collection
of familiar scened of Panama and
its interior places. ...
A cordial invitation is extended
to military personnel and their
families and to the public, both of
the Canal Zone and the Republic:
of Panama, to attend. The Gal
lery, which is located at the uso-
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen
ter on La Boca Road, is ope a
from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.--.
Amnssla Viclb :
Fails To Recc;nize
Fcmily At Rer.lcn
PORT WASHINGTON N. Y.
May 14 (UP) A Florida amne amnesia
sia amnesia victim who disappeared five
weeks ago yesterday failed to rec recognize
ognize recognize his wife or their two chil
dren at an airport reunion.
""- ' ' ; i " '
; Charles Sieter, 31.,' broke into
tears when he met and talked
with- his wife, Florence,1 28, and
their children, James, a, and Bar
bara, 2.
' Also at Newark Airport when
Sieter arrived from New Orleans
were his brother-in-law, Dante
Donno, Port Washington, N. Y
and. Dr. John. ConnelL
: Sieter was a "total stranger" to
all of .them... Donno said Sieter
was wearing a bat, which he had
never done before he vanished,
ana was dressed in clothes of a
type he had never worn before.
: Sieter, show a silver dollar;
which he had carried s a good
luck piece, shook his head and
jobbed that he couldn't place it.
j. Sieter was "driven from the air airport
port airport 4o t- e home of his brother-in-law.
Pr. Connell said Sieter
would be kept away from his
family until .arrangements are
made for him to visit a psychia
trist
Sieter, a mechanic for Pan A
merican World Airways, vanish
ed April afters he left his Hia
leah, Fla. home for- work. Two
days later, he walked into a New
Orleans police-station and said
he didn't know, who he was. He
carried no identification and his
identity was not .learned until last
Thursday through .a.. fingerprint
eftecaVvCt. r.
Ilsir Of Viscc:nl
RLcrcd Er.ch:d
Willi fi -fencer :
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LONDON, May is CUP) -Gossip
columnists reported today that
Clanram ll2mmmv flnam 9 inn
and heir of Viscount Gage, may
soon become engaged to a 16-year-
oia xan oancer.
" The dancer is pert June' Wilkin
sotf. featured fan dancer who ends
up m the raw at London i wind
mill burlesque theater.
Asked if George ever saw her
perform, June said:
"Yes, and when he called for;
me at the stage door afterwards.
he said he thought it was venr
artistic. I nwsn my tan dance
with a classical pose." Nudes are
not allowed to move on British
stages.
Olympian Oysters
Dying Off Ripidly.
OLYMPIA. Wash. UP) The
tiny Olympia oyster is a vanishing
' The delicate bivalves, natives of
tower ragei sound, nave been dv-
mg at a rate which has oyster oyster-men
men oyster-men clamoring for an answer to
me cause ami a means of curb-
uysiermen preaici uit m tmr
crai m uio ciympis oyster mdus-
A -M A.I Al. . 1
u wut ue wipea oui witntn a
year if mortalities continue at pres present
ent present rates. Some say the oyster is
not long for this world.
une aeatn cause is the center of
neaiea controversy. Ovstermen
generally blame pulp mill pollu
tion. .
The State Fisheries Deoartment.
engaged in an extensive investi investigation,
gation, investigation, has not reached a final
conclusion. However1, fsheries offi offi-conclusion.
conclusion. offi-conclusion. However, fisheries offi officials
cials officials blame some of the loises on
predatory fiatworm which they
say waa introduced with the im
portation of Pacific oysters from.)
japan. ,:-...
1 he studies also are considerinff
pollution and biological factors as
contributing causes.'

Ador -Slams Gar ; Into Telephone. Pole;
Cond it i o n Of G I iff Said Sati sfacfory

HOLLYWOOD. May 14 (UP)
Actor Montgomery Clift, of "From
Here to Eternity" fame, was in
satisfactory" condition today aft
r sufferins serious injuries when
his car slammed, into a telephone
poie. . ., .
The S5 year-old film star nar
rowly escaped death early yester
day when his sedsn smashed into
the pole, shortly after he left a
gay dinner party 'at the home of
actress Elisabeth Taylor and her
husband, Michael wilding.
Cuft was dragged semi con
scious from the demolished car by
actor- Rock Hudson, New York
stage star Kevin McCarthy and
others at the party.' The actor was
rushed to Cedars of Lebanon Hos
pital where doctors said he was
suffering from -a possoble concus
sion and numerous cuts and bruis bruises
es bruises about the face. '
"It wis a mh-aele lie escaped
alive," friends said after view
ine the bartered car. Police

Grafting Of Cornea From Dead
To Blind Gets Papal Approval

VATTCAV CITY. May 14 (UP)
Pope Plua XLT.gaye Qualified
approval too ay xo cornea-gri-lng
from dead bodies to the eyes
of blind persons. ? v
rh Pone said in' ft French
language address to an Interna International
tional International group of oculists that the
Roman Catholic church has no
mnrl or relieious objection to
cornea-grafting tiqm dead bodies
as such. But he warnea
1. such operations normally
should, be performed only If the
cornea la willed by the dead fcer-
son,,.and with tno epnaen vi
his relatives. i,; 7
a.. Donating one's corne ft i
should not be presented as an
obligetion. f i .' r
3. Doctors should not be ftuto ftuto-maUcally
maUcally ftuto-maUcally authorized to use the
corneas or other organs of the
nnnr who die in hOSDitftlS.
6. piie respect should be paid
to the dead body as formed "to
the image and likeness" oi uoa.

Mersil bl?rai:sn3l Filiiis Global
Ccnf wicici Terminates in Hollywood

Th announcement of the 'Daft
nrtoe winners was the conclud
ing item on the weex-iong agen agenda
da agenda for the seventy-two delegates
representing 55 overseas lernio lernio-riH
riH lernio-riH u well the United States.
A farewell dinner was neia on
Friday night at which time tne
prizes won in the Daif Drive
were awarded And gifts from all
over the world were Interchang Interchanged
ed Interchanged between managers.
During the' week an intensive
program waa conducted to fa familiarize
miliarize familiarize the delegates with all
phases of Company policy and
operation. In addition to the ex extended
tended extended business sessions, the
overseas renresentatlves became
well acquainted with production
Sroceaure on me m wi uus
m net of "Tflirimv." "The Great
Man "The Deadly Mantis,!
"Four Bright Oirla" and actual
ly making a brief appearance In
Gun For cowarav -The
delegates also screened
the Technicolor VlstaVlsion "A "A-way
way "A-way All Boats" which heads the
UI line-up for the coming year,
the Technicolor films "Toy
Tiger," "Unguarded Moment,"
"Kelly and Me," ''Battle Hymn,"
"Istanbul and "Written on the
Wind." In addition, they aaw
rushes ot other films currently
shooting at the UI lot Includ Including
ing Including "I've Been Here Before? and
"The incredible snriKing Man Man-As
As Man-As visitors to the unlaue UI
Talent School they saw classes
being conducted for aspiring UI
stars and starlets In drama,
gymnastics, dancing and riding.
They also witnessed the UI
global talent policy in action;
Showing At Yow Smke
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' Taortby UtS TECAS BHAKEDOWW
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SAWTA CRUg "AEACHB AMBPSH" 'TLmtxmr WwHtnt"
CAMP BIEKD lode Pataaeo, ia "THE SILVER CHALICE" .

said it took nearly a half hour
before the movie celebrities and
a doctor could remove, the injur injured
ed injured actor from the wreckage.
Ia the midst of the excitement,

Miss Taylor became hysterical
and was given a sedativf. Later
she and Mrs. Hudson rode In the
ambulance with Clift and the doc
tor to the hospital.
Officers said the actor appa apparently
rently apparently lost control of the car while
driving down steep road and
Benedict Canyon overlooking Bev
erly Hills. The police accident re
port made no mention of Whether
Clift, who lives in New York be
tween oictures. had been drinking
' Doctors at the hospital said
Clift "definitely is out of danger."
They said the lacerations were
fairly minor and that me nana nana-xome
xome nana-xome actor's face would not be
marred by the cuts.
Clift and Miss Taylor current.
y are fllmine en MOM picture,
"Raintree County." Ht S,000,
The Pope said there would be
ne objection to the grafting of
animal, corneas to human ;eyos
"if biologically possible and In Indicated."
dicated." Indicated." He amid cellular ther ther-apy,
apy, ther-apy, using animal cells to
strengthen. human beings Is
lll..-l.....llhla 3
(The Pope himself has been
eiven eellulaf treatment by Swiss
specialist Dr. Paul Niehans).
(Milan Priest Don Carlo Gnoc Gnoc-chi
chi Gnoc-chi willed bis corneas to a blind
boy and girl before he died oi
cancer earlier this year. This
gesture touched off a campaign
to make cornea-grafting legal
on the other hand, the Pope
said, the transplantation of ani animal
mal animal sexual glands on human
bddlelmust- be rejected as 1m-
Te.Pope kaid!V"inutual bhlp
vatem could be organized, with
various clinics, not too distant
from each other, to stockpile cor
neaa and exchange thenv .-.
meeting with the five overseas
stars currently" worKing ai me
UI lot, Cornell Borcners, Marian Marianne
ne Marianne Cook. Gla Scala. ELsa Marti'
nelli and Zlva Shapir. Coinci Coincidental.
dental. Coincidental. "Four Bright Girls"
starring the Misses Cook, Julie
Adams, Martlnelli and Scala.
tells the story of a global talent
hunt In which four glrla are
brought from all corners of the
world to compete for the title
rote in an epic production.
At ft special narty, the mem
bers .of the U.S.A. and overseas
press stationed in Hollywood
were presented to the foreign
delegates. At another Studio
party s number of top ranking
stars including Roek Hudson,
Jeff 1 Chandler, George Nader,
Debbie Reynolds, Piper Laurie,
van Johnson, Marina Hyer. Dan
uuryea, Jose Ferrer and rrea
MacMurray were on hand to
greet the overseas visitors. v
To give the Conference widest
press coverage, special arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were made with the As Associated
sociated Associated Press for Radlophotos
of the meeting to be flashed to
tne lour corners or the world.
Key events of the Conference
were also covered by the UI
Newsreel with clins being made
available to the delegates' home
countries.....-,"..
Many of the delegates who
had journeyed almost half-way
around the world from Darts of
Europe to California will return
via the Far East stopping off at
UI branches en route to still fur further
ther further their knowledge of the Com Company's
pany's Company's global operations.
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Center Theaters Tonight

Humohrvr BOG AIT Aldb RAT

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John PATRX A Rhonda FLEMING
"TENNESSEE'S PARTNER"
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000 production may bo delayed
for some time as doctors said
thoactor Would not bo able to
leave the hospital afor at least
two weeks. :
Clift was born in Omaha, Neb.,
and started is acting career in
summer stock. He has appeared in
many pictures, including ithe 1953
academy award winner, "From
Here to Eternity."
West 1 Los Angeles police said
Clift missed -curve while' driving
down--the steep,- winding, narrow
road.----
McCsrthy and Clift left the par party
ty party in separate cars, McCarthy

leading. McCarthy heard Cliffs
car crash behind him and return
ed but was unable to pull Clift
from behind his twisted steering
wneei
Witnesses said the fr o n t of
Clift s car was "crushed like sn
accordion.".
McCarthy drove back to the
Wildings and called police and the
doctor, it took the doctor, Hudson,
Wilding and others a half hour to
pull the. bleeding Clift out of the
wreckage, before the ambulance
arrived.
Only" last fall another rising
young star and bobby sex idol,
James Dean, -was killed when
his Gorman sports car croathod
heed-on, with another vehicle in
' northern' California.
-Wilding' told this va r i i o n of
we uve on a very narrow.
winding road arid either Monty
wasn i a Die to mane tne turn or
something went wrong with his
steering mechanism. At any rate
he smashed into the pole.
"Kevin drove back to the house
and we all went down to get Mon
ty out of the carv His face; was
terribly bloody."
HELD IN KILLING Alfred
Vlschlo, t Jr., 22, of Brooklyn,
N.Y., is shown after his arrest
in Richmond, Va., on a charge
of shooting to death his for former
mer former roommate, James Whitlow,
20, a student at Richmond
Professional institute.
Meflander Elected
Student President
For Second Term
At the annual Canal Zone
Junior College Student Associa Association
tion Association banquet held at the. Hotel
El Panama last Friday evening
it was announced that SA presi president
dent president Gus Mellander had been
re-elected for the 1958-57 term.
The campaign for the presidency
was concluded in a student
meeting last Monday when the
candidates addressed the student
body on their records and pros prospective
pective prospective platforms. A record vote
of 115 votes was cast.
Mellander was elected SA vice-
nresldent at the beginning of
this school year and assumed
the presidency when the presi president
dent president transferred to another col college
lege college at the end of the first se semester.
mester. semester. He will be the first SA
president to serve more than one
year. -.
Bloodhounds Ldse
To Prison Inmate
BARTOW, Fla. r (UP) -There's
one stockade Inmate the
Polk County sheriff will never
can on again to help train his
bloodhounds." j
Henry Thomas Loft,. 3. f r
60 days in the county ;
was asked to lav a trail f r t
Carl Andrews' bloodhni-'
low. Lott was told to Uv (..
u 1,
or tlic
then climb a tree and wait f
hounds to find him.
The prisoner did as he v'as told,
except for one thing. I ,Pd of
climbing the tree. Lott ;i.itrhml.a

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Shuffles Of Player Personnel

NSW YORK, May 14 (UP)
Tour American; League clubs
comnleted shuffles of player per
sonnel today, and there was ex-
xpectatlon that other ehanges
would be made hi both leagues
before the teams have to get
down to the 25-man player lim
its after May 17. .-
There was one trade involving
the Baltimore Orioles and Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians whereby outfielder
Dave Pope came back to Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland and Hoot Evers returned to
Baltimore. Pope, who was traded
by Cleveland to Baltimore last
season, apparently has lost his
hitting touch and the Indians
said he would be sent either to
Indianapolis or San Diego in the
Minors. Evers, once an especially
bright prospect when he was
with the Detroit Tigers, went in into
to into a hitting slump after the 1950
season that has plagued him ev ever
er ever since. He batted .323 that year
and -never has -exceeded .264
since then.
The Orioles still were trying
to land a front-line pitcher
and the expectation was that
it stni would be Billy Loes of
ihe Dodgers despfte shrugging
and half-hearted denials irom
both the Brooklyn and Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore offices, u''
The Senators pruned five play
ers from their roster and recall
led two of their better perform
ers from minor league clubs with
Indications that both outfielder
Carlog Paula and shortstop Lylo
Luttrell would get into me start start-tout
tout start-tout lineup. :.;
Paula was brought up from
Denver, where he had been hit hitting
ting hitting 375 for the Yankee farm
club while Luttrell came back
from the Nat farm club at Chat
tanooga where he was leading
the Southern Association at bat
with a .379 figure.
The Washington players aent
down were outfielder Dick Tet-
telbach on option to Denver,
shortstop Jose Valdlvielso and
pitcher Dick Brodowski, on op-
tion to the Senators' new farm
club -at Louisville In the same
league as Denver, and outfielder
Tom Wright and catcher Bob 01 01-dls
dls 01-dls outright for cash to Louis

OFFICIAOTT

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Complet

ville and Chattanooga respective
ly.
Tettewacn, who came from tne
Yankees in the deal for pitcher
Mickey McDermott, will be play playing
ing playing in their system again, but
with no chance to go bade to the
New Yorkers. He hit a homer for
Washington on opening day but
had done little since then and
be left with an average of .156.
valdlvielso was Washington s
regular shortstop last year but so
far in 1955 had compiled only a
.150 mark. Wright madeonly one
unsuccessful appearance as
pinch-hitter and Brodowski had
an 0-2 mark with an earned run
average of 9.00. Oldls had seen
little action.
After faUtng to interest other
American League clubs at their
steep askJng price of a front,
line pitcher for second base baseman
man baseman Bobby Richardson, the
Yankees optioned the promis promising
ing promising youngster to Denver. Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson is expected to be back
later this season. He had one
hit in seven at bat for a .143
mark,.., ," v-
: In 'the only National League
cut-downs over Sunday, the Chi
cago cuds 'cut to tneir limit of
25 by sending outfielder Gale
Wade and catcher Elvin Tappe
to the minors. They have not yet
been assigned. Wade, elven a
chance to make the grade in cen
ter neia, piayea in 10 games but
went 'hitless. Tappe appeared in
three games and also failed to
nit m his one time at bat.
Some Deoole drive a it
thought their, mw cors come ;
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Bailey, Cinct IS 51 a .i
Repulski. St. L. 18 58 18 25 .431
Boyer, St. Louis 22 85 20 35 .412
Long, Pitta. 23 87 17 35 .402
MOOn, St. LOUIS 22 82 19 92 JSAJ
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Mantle, N. Y. 25 92 28 36 391
Maxwell. Detroit 18 62 14 24 387
Gernert. Boston 20 65 12 25 385
Boyd. Baltimore 24 54 7 20 370
lollar. Chicago 18 60 9 22 357
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RUNS
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Boyer, Cardinals
Moon, Cardinals
Berra. Yankees
Bauer, Yankees
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Tonieht at 8 in the Balboa
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tetoaii team meets-tne saiooa
High- School cagers for the third
time this season.... ; U
In their two previous meetings,
the : Bulldogs defeated the Rams
82 to 26 and 53 to 51. so the Rams
will 'definitely go "all out to dump
the Schoolboys in this last meet
The bl 'if' on the Rams' line
ups is Barkowiu, tor witn mm .at
the pivot the Rams are a strong stronger
er stronger club bv 20 mints. As of date.
it is not certain Whether he will
be available come game time.
Activities win set underway at
8:30 n.m. when the undefeated Fa
culty team meets the winless Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Junior. Varsity. In i the. two
previous games the Faculty was
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to threaten the status of the Pro Professors,
fessors, Professors, ,,.,.;'.; 7
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JUNIOR VARSITY
F Rolando Chinls
F Frank Kennedy
C George Kirkland
G Lem Kirkland v
G Roy Culbreth
FACULTY
F Paul Karst .'
F Kenneth Tucker ,-.
C Seymour Barkowitz ..
G John Fawcett
G George Case
BALBOA
F James Beec
,F Dan Winklosky
C ." Ramon Reyes -G
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G Owen Sutherland
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F Fred Raybeurne
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St Louis j
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
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V TODAY'S GAMES v
, No games acheduled.
YESTERDAY'S BESTJLTS'
(First Game)
MUwaukee 001 063 050-15 IS (
Clncclnnatl 000 000 000 0 9 ;
, Spahn (2-1) and Crandail. ;
, Fowler (2-4). NuxhalL Scantle
bury Smith, XaPalme and Bai
ley-,
(Second name)
Milwaukee 002 003 001 6 13 0
Cincinnati 010 000 000-4 6,1
v Crone (2-0) and Rice.
Klippslein ... (2-2), freeman
andBureess.,:
fTlrst Oamel
PhiladeL 103 020 021 9 13 -, 2
Pittsburgh 100 222 13x-U 11 1
Haacux, Lipetri, Flowers, xaey xaey-er
er xaey-er (2-2), PlUette and seminick.
Kline. King. Mungor, Face (2-
0), Arroyo, Law and Shepard,
Kravits.
- aMaaaaBMBi
(Second dame) -i
Philadelphia 010 410 0-6 10 0
Pittsburgh 0001010-2 7'0
Rogovm ana Lopau.
Hall, SwansonV Oarber Mun Mun-ger,
ger, Mun-ger, Kline and -Kravits.
(Game suspended. To be com
pleted' July 3
New York 000 000 4004 6 1 0
Bnoklym .O4I11I0X-6..9..6
Hearn (2-3). Moncant, McCaii,
WUhelmandKatt v
' Newcombe (5-1). -Xabltie and
Witunjpaiicua.
ii ...
(First Game) K
St Louis t '000 350 0003 9 52
Chicago 001 000 001-2 6 -,1.
': Dickson (1-3). Kinder and
Smith. -: '' v
Mlnner (1-3). Lown and Lan-
anuu ... ;,
(Second Game) ; :
St Louis, 000440 614.13 1
chicaog tas 0020 1 10 2
McDanlel Collum (3-1), Weh
meier and Sand, Smith.
' Jones, Valentinetti(O-l); Bros
nan TalM r mb V ATltakM- natJ
M"i ISftVAB, AJMYIlAf- WOGt MA1U
ChU, Tappe.
(caned at sndior serentiy on
account 01 aarKncss).
He II Be Out
Hot' Friday
SANTA MONICA, Calif.,' May 14
(UP) Carl (Bobo) Olson admit
ted today, "I'm coming, out red
hot Friday night"
Tne baldish ex-cbamn from San
Francisco aaM he would shadow-
box six or seven rounds .in the
dressing room at Wrigley Field,
Los Angeles, before his attempt to
recapture the middleweight crown
from 33-year-oia sugar nay.
v v.;
, "I'D came, t red her and a
rlhr after him this timewith.
ut binfl car), of teyrte,"
saM Hwallrvm Bba, wh
leat the trHo to RablmM an a
acanaVreund knckut at Chlca Chlca-,
, Chlca-, Da.;t. i:v;:
It will be -the most thorough
warm-up of his career said the
27-year-old xhtllenger,. who gener generally
ally generally has been a slow starter who
warmed to his work as a fight
Dro (tressed.
"I underrated Robinson's punch-
lne power at uucaio." ne ex
plained. "I didn't press him hard
enough and I gave him too much
punching room. And of course.
wasn't in we snirp condition wen
that I am now."
Before today's sparring session
here at the Ocean Park Arena,
Bobo said he warn t the least per
turbed bv the week-end shift in
odds that made Robinson a slight
favorite for the first tuna since
their return match was announced
last January. The Derby. Club at
Las Vegas, Nev., announced e-
ven-six favoring tne cnammon,
which would be 5tt to, 5 in man-
to-man betting. v :
i Previowaly the ark had been
at even menay r had faverad
Oltan slightly bcvt f his ad ad-vantage
vantage ad-vantage in and hi apparent
dvantaa kt stamina.
"I never pay any attention to the
odds before a fight," Olson said.
"Don't forget, I was favored at
3-1 at Chicago; but I got belted
out in the second round." .'

Says'

M

ers
Tonight
American Lezgu:
Team
New York
Cleveland
Chicago
Boston .'
Baltimore .V
Washington
Kansas City
Detroit .
v TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (N)
Only game scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Wrst name)' ,x. t
Baltimore 000 020 000-i 2' 9 2
New York -123 300 02x-11 13 1
Moore (2-3) Besana, Blrrer,
Brown, Held and Triandos, Gas-
talL sV;'
Larsen (3-0), Grim and Berra.
(Second Gamei
Baltimore Old 000 040-5 9 0
New York 000 000 001-1 5 7 0
Wight (1-4), Zuverlnk andTrl-
andOs. .' ; .'; ;
SturdJvant (0-1), Konstanty
Byrne and Berra. ...
(First Game) i
Kansas fjity 202 000" 100 S 7 (
Cleveland 002 000 000-3 4 l
Dltmar (3-2) and Ginsberg.
Feller (0-1), McLish, Narleski
andNaragoa.
(Second laarce) - '
Kansas: City 00ti 010 3004 6 2
Cleveland 003 020-Slz 9 12 (
L&Sorda (0-1 j. Gorman. Burts
chv. portocarrero and Astroth.
score 13-5), Houweman ana
Hegan.i tttr.,4
Boston ; 010 002110-8 10 I
Washington 101 103 0C0-3 9 0
Sullivan, S u s c e (i-0). ana
White.' v !"j-'
Pascual (2-4), Griggs and Bc
beret : vr
Chlcago 000 202 301--8 14 0
Detroit' 000 001 0001 10 3
Pierce (44) and Lollar.
Trucks (0-1), .Aber.'' Gromek.
Lary and Wilson.-: 'Vi??
Di!(mEr):red
v.-
Kansas City Ab R H
Fo
4
''2,
Jacobs 2b-.;...; 5i 0 1
ixipea ci ........ a .2
Slaughter If 3- 3
Simpson tt ...... 40
S;,o
0-0
Pinnigan Sb
0
3
1
Ginsberg e 2 0.
DeMaestrl ss ..... 4 0
Pless. lb 4 tO
Dltmar p 4 0
0 0 0
'Total
33 5 7 27 14
Cleveland
Busby ct ........ 14
A Vila 2b ......... 4
Rosen 3b- .. -4
I
Werta lb 4
Smith U "... ;2
coiavito.rf.f ,;r.r. 3
Carrasquel as ,.. 4
Naragon c'1......i .3
Feller p ..i......,0
it 1
4
21
J 3
McLish D- 0
a-Mltchell, 1
Narleski. n ....... 0
. Totals ', CV T2 4 27 19
. a Filed out for McLish in 7th.
' Score By Innlnrs
Kansu aty -202 000 1005
Cleveland .002 000 000-3
"SUMMARY Errors: Colayito.
RBl's: Simpson-2, Finnigan, Av
tla 2 (Lopes scored on error by
Colavlto to 3rd); (Slaughter
scored on passed ball-by Nara Naragon
gon Naragon in 7th;; Doubles: Simpson 2,
Busby. Pless. sacrlilce: Colavlto.
Double plays: DeMaestrL to Ja Jacobs
cobs Jacobs to Pless. Left on base; K.
City 7, Cleveland 6. Bases.' on
balls:- Ditmar 8, Feller 4, Mc McLish
Lish McLish 2. Struck out by: Ditmar 3.
Hits off: Feller 3-3 pitched to!
3 batters in Srd) Narleski 2-0,
McLish 4-5. Runs and .earned
runs:: Ditmar 2-2. Feller 4-4, McLish-1-1.
passed ball: Karagoa
WP: Ditmar 3-2), LP: Feller, (0-
miff
Invited To A.A.U.
,?;;'.'' ) '; -V'.'
Panamanian weightlifters have
been invited to take part in .the
AAU National WeightUftinc Cham
pionship to be held in Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Pa., next month, it was an
nounced over the weekend.
. A sUDkesman for the Federa
ci6n 'Nacional de Levantamiento
de Pesas said the Invitation has
been accepted and arrangements
are being made to send a three
man team to 'the tournamen
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In Twin Wins 48 Hours

After Joining Redbirds

By FRED DOWN ; '
; '" NEW YORK, May 14 tUP) Traiik LaneV
acquisition of Murry Dickson an3 Herman Weh Weh-meier
meier Weh-meier paid its first big; dividend today and proved
anew that the St Louis Cardinals' boss has a "goI.
den touch'' in the trade mart, ;

1,.
Dickson and. Wehmeier made
their debuts with the Cardinals
yesterday. 48 hours after Lane
obtained them m a live-player
deal with the Philadelphia Phil Phillies,
lies, Phillies, and played key roles in a
3-2 and 14-7 sweep of the Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Cubs. The victories enabled
the cardinals to Keep pace wim
the first-place Milwaukee Braves,
who. scored 15-0 and 6-1 wins
over the Cincinnati Rediegs.
The 39-year-old Dickson was
0-3 with the Phillies, this season
but yesterday he 'went 8 2t3 In Innings
nings Innings In the opener to pick up
his first victory of the season.
He struck out five, walked three
and didnt need help until the
ninth when old Eius Kinaer sti
fled a Cub rally.". A;.- v ;.;.
Jack Collum, acquired from
the Rediegs In another Lane
deal, won h's third game of
the year In the nightcap but It
was Wehmeier, 4-2 this season
before St Louis obtained him,'
who closed out the game with
-two hitless' Innings of relief
pitching.
The Cardinals now are travel,
lng at a .682 pace in their strong.
est' bid as a pennant contender
since 1950. In the process, they're
routing a string of 01a jinxes.
They beat Paul Mlnner, who. had
a. 21-7 life-time record against
them, In yesterday's opener and
are 7-1 against left-handers' for
the year. And the sweep gave
them ft 4-1 season's record a-
gainst the Cubs, who? trounced
the Redbirds 15 times- in 22
meetings last year.
The Cards made a tnree-run
fourth lnnlntr stand up in the
onener1 with -Dickson nimseii
doubling to dnve m a run. Tnen
Ken Boyer drove in five runs
with hi seventh and' .eighth
homers to lead a Bristling 13-nn
assault on au Ditcners in : tne
nisrhtcao.
. warren Spahn pitched nis
second straight shutout and the
36th of his career and Ray crone
followed with a six-hitter as tne
Braves made it seven victories In
their last eight games. Spahn,
Chuck Tanner and Del Crandall
homered in the first game to
lead ft 16-hit attack and;' the
Braves backed Crone with 13-
nit assault in. tne mgntcap,
Duke Snider drove in five runs
with a grand slam and ft solo
homer to lead the Brooklyn
Dodgers to a 6-4 decision over
the-New York Giants. Don New
combe-was credited with- his
fifth win although he needed re relief
lief relief from Clem Labine in the
seventh. It -was the fourth
straight win for the Dodgers and
the fourth straight setback" fori
the skiddlne Giants.
The Pittsburgh Pirates handed
the Phillies their 10th straight
loss. 11.9. routing ex-Card Har
vey. Haddlx in his debut but
the Phillies held a 6-2 lead when
the second game was suspended
until July 3 because of the state
curlew law. -- ...
. Dave Pauley's three run
homer and George 27uverlnk's
relief pitching gave the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles a 5-1 victory after
the New York Yankees won
their opener, ll-t The Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, however, retained their

Morgan Schock Hurls ;

Pacific All Star Teeners

The Pacific AH Stars belund fine
pitching by Morgan Schock, eked
but a 2 to l'win over the Atlantic
Side All Stars in a game charac;
terixing sharp field play.
A saueeie olay Id the 6th Inning
beat the Atlantic All Stars at Fort
Clayton in- the 4th game of the
VFW Teener Baseball League in
a thriller that, had the fans on
edge for the full seven Innings.
With the 'score tied 1 to 1 in
the bottom half of the 6th; Manag
er Corrigan' lifted Engelke and
Barbier went m to attempt a
saueexe play. At the count of 2
ana L Pedersen charged in from
third and was an easy .out when
Barbier failed fi hit Barbier was
replaced by Parker, who rapped
a snarp bail past tne oitcner ana
Chase who took third on the muff muffed
ed muffed squeese play, scored.
In the fund campaign George
Trimble, whose son was a star of
the Atlantic Teenage League, but
ineligible tor me vrw League oy
reason of age, sent the league
nice letter wishinf it all the suc
cess in the world and inclosed
namanian team will be Central
merican 126-pound champion An
ml FamicliettL Pan America
- jpouna cnamrj nugcuu raicus.

Cardinals

one-game hold on first plaee in
the American League.
M Rose and Rockycolavlto
homered to lead the Cleveland
Indians, to ft 9-4 win after art
Ditmars four-hitter enabled the
sj nuucuci vo oeai
Bob Feller, 8-2, In their opener.
Herb Score won the nightcap al although
though although Art Houtteman finished
up. -
t;'';;-,.,: ;s;;Z; i-i-'ss ?
Billy Pierce scattered :10 hits
nd won his fourth game as the
umcago White Sot routed tho
Detroit Tigers, 8-1 and Jackie
Jensen and Jimmy piersall
clouted homers to lead the Bos-
ju eo box to a 8-3 victory over
the Washington Senators in th
other American League games.
Sherman Lollar drova tn three
runs for the White Sox while
George Susce picked up his first
win ; for the Red Sox. ...
YESTERDAY'S STAR 2. Duk.
Snider, who drove tn five runs
with two -homers to lead tho
Dodgers t oa 6-4 victory oyer
the Giants;
Sports Shorts
WEEKEND- SPORTS IUMAAARY
SATURDAY.
BROOKLYN (UP) Carl T.r.
skine of the. Dodgers pitched his
second no-run, no-hit same to beat
the Giants, 3-0.
PHILADELPHIA (UP) La
Salle College won the 14th annual
Dad Vail Begitta with Rollins sec
ond "A-r.i .i ".:i v. ..
NEW YORK ( UP the" Balti
more Orioles sold outfielder Jim
Dyck to the Cincinnati Rediegs for
$23,000. a '
- FRESNO, Calif. 1 (UP) Joh
Landy of Australia won the specif
roue m tne jrresno Relays in 3:59.-
1, .beaung Boni Delany. by .,' 50
yards. ' -s-
NEW YORK (UP) Oh, John-
ny, an outsider, scored a surprise
victory in the $29,150 -.Withers
Stakes at Jamaica,

s SUNDAY , f

ST. LOUIS, Mo., (UP) Don -Finsterwald
won the Carling Open
Golf Tournament with a 72 hole',
score of 271.i,.J,;,v,4,.::. ,s
-! .y..-.' .t.ilT' 4. .V..
' WHITE SULPHUS SPRINGS,'';
W.Va. (UP) Ed (Perky) Oli-
var wn the Crnbrrr -Open -Calf
Taummant' with 72-hale
scare of 244. 4
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a MONTE CARLO, Monaco (UP) ;
StirlingMoj of Britain,- in i'

Maserati, won the Grand Prut of t
Monaco, first major auto race of I
the season. - : if
MARSEILLES, Prance (UP)
Former welterweight champion
Kid Gavilan was held te a 10-round j j-draw
draw j-draw by Louis Trochon of Fraace.

$51 .The league also gratefully ack
nowledges the contributions of ,J
Captain Leonard Hart, Canal Zona j
pflot, $2, and Alfred Krausnick. SL

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Crawford
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT.

JOE WILLIAMS

Panama Lad

Improving

Steadiiy

Just" how food a fighter wis Rocky Marciano, anyhow?
It yom take Charley Goldman' word for It, the Brockton
atronc boy was very rood, Indeed. ...
"Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Gene Turmey, they might
haye beat him, bat nobody else I ever saw," testifies Goldman.
Trouble Is you can't take Goldman's word without making
liberal allowances for the fact that he taught Rocky all he
knew about box fighting, and in the process, developed a real
affection for him. . which wasn't hard to do, as Rocky was
as clean and decent and likable a young man as any sport ever
knew. ;
But that dldnt necessarily make him a super fighter.
Rocky simply wasn't In the same c-'ass with fighters like John,
son, Dempsey and Tunnej, who, in different ways, were authen-r
tie masters. Johnson and Tunney eould make you beat your yourself.
self. yourself. . merely by making you fight their kind of litJM
A misconception about Dempsey was that all he could flo
was hit. True, the way he hit, he didn't need much else, but
he also had other virtues: hs was quick on his feet, took a

punch as well as any fighter you ever nera sua w wu wu-blng,
blng, wu-blng, weaving technique made him an elusive target, and there there-tow
tow there-tow hard to TnaU with solid punch. He retired wholly un unmarked.
marked. unmarked. '.; ;.,;.:: I 4 ,1 ,. ,': C-'-V ''"N.-" ':
S- Goldman would Uke to have yon believe the calendar fild
net play a vital part in Rocky'a knockout of Joe Una.j that
Rocky would have stopped the Bomber even at the tetter's peak.
"Rocky took a punch better tta Louis,' the bouncy ban bantam
tam bantam points out (true), "and beside? Louis never liked, crowdera
(true, too). ... f l"i1
Louis couldn't get out of the way of a right-hand lead and
bums had him on the carpet: even so, when he had it, he al always
ways always got up. It's possible, one of Rocky's power drives might
have kept him down. I know I often found myself wondering
what would have happened it pempsey had teed off on Louis. v

POOR FINISHER

In the end, Rocky always got hU man, yet hr was one of
the worst finishers I ever saw. One of the few Umes he did
a. nra lob in this respect was the night he stopped Walcott to

win the championship. I include-the Matthews light out. wiw
two martinis, I could bate whipped Matthews myself.
, I watched Rocky In critical dismay" let LaSara'a, Charles,
Cockell and Moore get away from him In early rounds, then
hufl and puff to make drudgery out of what should have been
uncomplicated tasks. , v. ( ...
": And once in trie Moore tight. if you remember, Rocky ac actually
tually actually fought himself into near exhaustion missing punches, as
Moore, badly hurt, stood against the ropes, resignedly -waiting
for the anesthetic. K',',iv'V'T'-:
' So, returning to Goldman and Ills hypothesis, if Louis (at
his peak)1 did get -up, he'd probably have uedbecausrof
Rocky's inferior skill as s flnlshar. And who is there to say
that Rocky would have been able to stand up under the Bomb Bomber's
er's Bomber's bombs? Personally, I don't believe he would have.. Not
after having seen him. on the floor, and hurt, by Walcott, and
Moore?-;i'; tv- yy:(j .-K;,, V
Incidentally, I had a tetter Jrom Moore a tew days before
v.k. ..ir. i hii ancationed whether Old Archie would do

any better If 'he jtot a return bout, recalling that under similar He pi third. If Harry Simpson or

. .... i Jan. 4nflnlilv trmi.

circuiBivanocs, nsicoti ana bwun y

Old Archie scornfully protested be. was neither a Walcott
nor a Charles, but a "professional with pride,", stated that
"only Marciano knew how far gone he was. when I hit him,
and added, "if the referee hadn't held me oft J would have
been thenew champion right then and:ther." ,. !.
And Old Archie might have been, at that. I didn't realize
how befuddled the referee (Harry Kessler) was until I saw a
film of the fight a week or so later. More of this at another
time. Meanwhile, the IBC can't keep O. A. out of those im impending
pending impending heavyweight eliminations. and who's going to beat

him?

IT READS GOOD

' Quite a few of the sports writers at the Derby had cov covered
ered covered the Marciano story from the beginning. They were in
full agreement on two points: 10 he was wise in retiring;
(2) if he comes back he should have his noggin peered into.
How contemporary experts rate him isn't too Important
An opinion remains an opinion,' no matter how scholarly and
profoundly sttaed. On the other hand, the record book speaks
with an unequivocal voice of finality, and in the only language
posterity can understand.
,. S see, in fancy, the fight nut of 1988 reading that Rocky
was never beaten, or even held to a draw, and I hear him
ejaculatar, . -, ,
' "Man, that cat must have been the mostest."
" Showing that I expect neither the breed nor the idiom to
change. ,,, , .,, .

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NEW YORK, M.y 14 (UPV-Hec-

tor Lopex, the swing msa of the
Athletics who stirs up more action
than those swing bands on Kansas
City's 12th street can'l set aver

now mucn rua it is to pisy center
field.

"Man, you re free as a Dird out

mere no aeciared. "You can run

all day." 1

manager Lou Boudrcia, who
deciaed Lopes had the speed
and versatility to play the mid
die pisture, in delighted over his
experiment whereby the kid
from Pansma plays there part part-time
time part-time and at third buse part part-time.
time. part-time. '
' "It. is Quite decision to mak

when you take a fellow who has
been doing as well as he has done
for us in the infield' tirst at sec second
ond second ud then at third bis," Boyd Boyd-reau
reau Boyd-reau said.
"But I think that he hs In the
talent to beconie one of the great

center fielders. He has all the

good baseball Instincts. He has
speed and strona throwinc arm.

He learns quickly. Right now line
drives-give him a little trouble.

Ana ne suu nas to learn a litUe
in judgment. But he improves ev

ery oay."

Lopes never even thought .about'
playing center field until Boudreau
suggested it But pow he'd rather
play out there than any place else.
"I like to run and I can throw

pretty well." he said. k e p
watching all of the other center

fielders, to sec bow they play. And
I learn a Jul of things."
He figures ho bad a libertl edu education
cation education for two days this week

watching Jimmy Piersall cavort

in center tor ineinea box.
"He's the one I like to watcb.
most," said Lopes. He caa de
everything. I'd like to play cen center
ter center field Uke that But I cant
climb walls. He goes bach so ea easy
sy easy for those ones that are ever
h.s kaad. That's what gives me
the most trouble so far is going
back." .; ;.-

Boudreau rkens Lopes to Al

Smith, The "Mr. Versatility" of

the Cleveland Indians, who also

plays the outfield and third base
an a swing shift basis, v i --
Those follows who ean play

ball like th.it are the real most

valuable plavers to at club," fioud

reau said. '-'T hat automatically

gives a team better depth because

you nave lust class player for
several different positions. M Jim
Finigan goes into a s 1 u m p or
needa a rest, Lopez can come in

somebody else in the outfield has
to sit down for a few games, Lo

pez u my man for center."
All in all, .Boudreau takes his

hat oft to the lad from Panama.

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Sports Briefs

NIWARK, KJ., May 14- (UP)
Charley (The Brow) Dlgtovan-

ria, 23-year-old bat boy of the

Dodgers was $1,600 or a million

lire richer today because be an answered
swered answered five Questions on an Ital

ian-American television 'sports

quia snow. ; 4 ,. .....

xne questions be answered

concerned World Series records
of Joe DiMaggio, who was. a bit

ter' Doager rival wltfl the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees in world Series play.

: NEW YORK, Hay 11 (TP)
-Lefty pitchlHf pbenem Don
Ferrarese et the Baltimore Ori Orioles
oles Orioles took alonf an unusual flft
of a horse collar front George
Weiss today when he left for
Kansas City and a Western
swing. The gft was not from
George Weiss, the general
manager of thB Yankees, but
from a Baltimore fan who
make the leather collars for
t Baltimore farm equipment
f Inn.

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VffltS y .H., .tK practin, ,.;u. h T S

WIESBADEN. Germany. May

14 (UP) Lew Hoad added an

other tennis title to his collec

tion today. The Australian star
defeated Art Larsen of San Le-j

andro, Calif., 10-8, 6-3, 0-2 yes yesterday
terday yesterday to win the Wiesbaden In International
ternational International meet

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina,

May H--(UF) Areeouna Oiym

pie officials completed plans to

day lor tne appearance of a Rus

sian basketball team here for a

series of four games in June,

One of the opponents for the

games win be tne Argentina

team that will play at Mel

bourne, Australia. ;r .,

OLD BRIDGEN, N J, May 14
(UP) Biir McCarthy; ot
Rnmson, NJ was winner ot
the 25 lap feature stock- car

Rainbow City Sports

DARK MILLIONAIRES ACCEPT

CHALLENGE OF PARAISO JETS,

WINNERS TO BE CONSIDERED

ISTHMIAN CHAMPS
By BERBEBT MOISsT
After wlnnine! the Pacific side

invitational tournament at pa pa-ralso,
ralso, pa-ralso, the Paralso Jets publicly

race yesterday at old Bridge
Stad'nm. Don Stumf of Ridge Ridge-field
field Ridge-field Park, NJ, was second but'
the times were not recorded
because officials stopped the
clock when a ear driven by
George Cook of Sewaren. NJ.
turned over. He was not hurt
and when tht ear was righted
ho continued in the race.

challenged the Dark Millionaires,

cnampions or tne strona Rain

dow cuy! open Classification
Softball League, to a series of
games to determine the Isth

mian champions.

After, consulting with owner

jacobo 'Baby" Salas. Rodolfo "Fi

ll" Tom. manager of the Million

airea told this writer that he and
Salas would Ilk to make it

known that the challenge prof

fered by the Jets, will be accept

ed. ,f." ; .. ... f V.'

Tom also told us that the pro proposed
posed proposed series, if arrangements
can be made, should begin May
19 in Paralso. The, following

game will then be played the
following Saturday In Rainbow

'City and if necessary the site

of the third game will be deter determined
mined determined by the flip of a coin.
It !. our nntnlnn that a t.hrM.

best-of-five series would create'

more interest and takc the same
number of days. We would sug-

cest id ine msmnirprs Rrnlrlv

Prince of the Jets and Tom of,
the DM, that the first two games

oe piayea on tne mt at Paralso
then the thlrrl anrl fnnrth at

Rainbow City on the 2Qtti. if oth-!

er games Rre necessary then the
"coin flip" should again come
Into play.

We recommend our nrnnnssd

schedule because we fall to see

any justification in crossing the

lsmmus to piay only one game

which will probably last a lltU
over an hour.

today tncanto J5 2b
Dennis O'Keefe' in

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Richard Conte, in ...
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fense defense observers line a rail of the liSS Mount McKmley during
a dress rehearsal for viewing the coming H-bomb blast. All
hands have been warned the explosion could destroy their
eyesight if viewed with the naked eye, hence they all wear
goggles.

'
H-Bomb Airdrop
Postponed Again
AMOARD USS MT. MCKIN
LEY, Eniwetok, May l tun
Patient atomic task force oin oin-rai
rai oin-rai nnstnoned attain today the
air drop explosion of the hy hydrogen
drogen hydrogen bomb.
The bomb wsa supposed to
have been, exploded today, two

weeks after us original aaie.
. v
Technical niitn etrpenee" the
May I exelotioit until Miy S aiie1
the wuriiir Km beee enfaverable
ever tine. AH In all. there hare
beea aeree poitpenementa.
Atomic officials said they will
not explode the bomb until they
are absolutely certain that the
winds will carry the deadly fall fallout
out fallout away from inhabited areas
of the South Pacific, This will
not be before ."Wednesday, if
then. :'-..'
"Conditions forecast for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and Wednesday are not,
Acceptable," an announcement
-'aid. r
"Key winds- will continue to
blow from the north across Bl-i
klnl atoll. Fallout from detona detonation
tion detonation under these -conditions
would fall on inhabited Islands
In the Marshalls.
"There is little evidence now
f a favorable change by Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning, although the

possibility .must not be ruled
out."
The explosion, when it takes
place, will mark the first air
dropped detonation of a hvdro hvdro-gen
gen hvdro-gen bomb by the United States.
A Jet B-52 bomber will drop
the bomb over Namu island in
Bikini atolL The bomb will ex
plode at about 10,000 feet.
Schooner, Freighter
Collide In In Pacific;
Two Crewmen Killed
' MONTEREY, Calif., May '14
(UP) Two ships collided off
Point Sur today. Crewmen aboard
the smaller vessel were forced to
jump into the cold Pacific Ocean
When their ship split in two.
The Coast Guard reported two
men were killed and 24 were res
cued. One of them was in serious
condition.
' Thr ift nrt nf fh imollor W.a
ael, the 1,477-ton stream schooner
Howard Olson, was reported 'by
the Coast buard to have sunk. The
forepart was still' visible as day
broke over the scene, two and one one-half
half one-half miles offshore.
' The Howard Olson was owned
... i n f

Mateo, Calif. It carried a crew ofjUhnM

ZD. ; ; 1 f
It was not known immediaMv T'AC0f! England,
Whether the rescued men and'thr 2s year oM
two victims were all from t!r(ia,1eT a ooo m.
Howard Olson or whether theyivl t: e A

Included men from the other jbip,
the Marine Leopard
The Marine Leopard. 1 a lO.R"2
ton cargo vessel owned by the
T l.AV.Hll.nlk CI.IM.hlM MmkM.,
appeared to have survived the ol
lision in good shape. It reported
It was taking no water.
The Marine Leopard took on 23
urvivors and one of the dead
men.
' Another merchant ship in the a-
rea, the John B. Waterman took
"on the seriously injured man and
' the other dead man.
Reports from the scene were
fragmentary as all hands in the
area concentrated on the work of
rescue.

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SWEAK-PREVIE-Wi:

Big

CANCER
INCREASING
YEARLY
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
(hiit. in a series of 10 articles on
cancer prepared by medical
members of the Canal Zone Can-'
cer Committee)
The answer is yes. Every yesr
Joctcrs find more and more can
cer patients. Why is this'
Tlitre are several reasons. You
have read that half of cancer suf suffers
fers suffers are over 65 years old. Cancer
is c.mmoner ip cider people.
The fewer pet pie who arc car
ried away in thsir prime by penu-
monia, typhoid, tuberculosis and
the epidemic scourges of past
years, the more people will live
past 65 and develop cancer.
Tbir does not alter the basic
fact that they are curable it reach
ed in time; centenarians have
been cured of cancer.
A factor in the cause of many
cancers is chronic irritation of a
tissue by chemicals, physical a-
gent, recurrent injuries, and chro
nic 'infections.
' Life today iiitrtiduces-these fac factors
tors factors in ever enlarging amounts.
There are more chemicals than
ever before burning oar skins,
being inhaled In smoke smog and
fumes, Irritating our stomach and
intestines.
Doctors are being N given better
education and tools, and are find finding
ing finding more cancers and curing
more
What about cigarette smoking?
We cannot yet point the finger at
any specific agent in tobacco
smoke which causes cancer. The
population can be divided into four
group the never smokers, the light
smokers,- the heavy smokers (two
packs a day) and the former
smokers.
Among population of the heavy
smokers, cancer of the lung is 27
times as common as among the
never smokers; among the light
smokers four to nine times as com common.
mon. common. (Depending on less or more
than one pack).
The former smokers are expos exposed
ed exposed to a rate half as great as the
light smokers.
As a statistical generalization,
cancer of the lung is rare in never ;
smokers, but each increase fn the
incidence of canrer of the lung is
cipher and higher.
These lac" come 1
special
American
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Medical Assoeiation in
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married that s!1 ''J-b god godmother
mother godmother to my i,r,stba! and 1 an
keeping my. woi"-. ?" said.
Mr. Mnrff.r. n3 "flr hnshanri
Wilfred emigra ''? .a United
f were
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married five yeai"
settled in Akron, G,,.
boy, Kevin Charles,
there 16 months ago. :
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Integration
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NEW YORK;' May 14 (UPV-The
nation's 15 million Negroes are its
single most underdeveloped hu
man resource and they cannot
reach their full potential useful usefulness
ness usefulness until they are throughly in integrated
tegrated integrated with the While popula population,
tion, population, a Columbia University study
saia toaay.

Ikes Civil Rights Proposals
Help Negro Voters-NAACP

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WASHINGTON.. Mav 14 (UP)
An official of the National Associa
tion for Advancement of Colored
People said today President Eisen
hower s civil rights proposals
would be a "positive help" in
breaking down Negro voting bars
in the bouth.
Clarence Mitchell. Washington di
rector of the NAACP, said the
proposals sent to the Democratic-
controlled Congress would "go a
long way" toward ending discrim
ination against Negroes at the bal ballot
lot ballot box.
"Once, It is made clear that
the right te vet will be protect protected
ed protected by the attorney general jn the
Federal courts, I, think those who
premote discouragement Ne
gre voting swilli belraid to.de
H." Mitchell told a MDorter.
The House Judiciary Committee
has approved the administration's
tour point civil rights program
Majority and minority reports
are scheduled to be filed with the
scheduled to be filed with the com
mittee tomorrow.
The measure will go to the pow
erful House Rules Committee which
can clear it for a House vote or
can pigeonhole it. ;
1 However; a petition signed by
a majority of the House Members
218 could bring it to the -floor
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Key To Realization
Negroes' Full Usefulness

' The study is part of a project
inaugurated by President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in 1950 when he was presi president
dent president of the university to explore
manpower wastage, a problem
which seriously troubled Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower as a result of his World War
II experience.
It is published in a 144-page book
if it runs into Rules Committee
trouble.
Southerners ire set for a fight
against -the legislation. A stinging
attack on the proposals is being
drafted, by the judiciary commit committee
tee committee minority opposed to the bill.
Backers of the legislation are
confident they can secure House
passage if they can get it to the
uoor. r
Its Senate fate,' however, Is
another question. There, South Southerners
erners Southerners can be counted en to
wage filibuster, a device that
has successfully blocked civil
right legislation in the past.
A maior aim nf the ariminicrra
tion'a civi! rights proposals is to
guarantee Negro voting rights. The
measure would:
1. Create a bi-partisan commis commission
sion commission to investigate charges of civil
rights violations including the
right to vote.
2. Establish a civil rights sec
lion in the Justice Department un
der a new assistant attorney gener general.
al. general. ' ''
3. Empower the attorney general
to file suits directly in the Feder Federal
al Federal district courts against persons
"engaged or about to engage" in
violations of civil rights.
4. Declare unlawful the inter interference
ference interference with any person's right to
vote for Federal officials in any
election including primaries.
The attorney general could go
direct to the Federal district courts
to enforce this prevision. r
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entitled "The Negro Potential" and
written by Dr. Eli Ginzberg, di
rector of the project and professor
of economics in Columbia's grad
uate school of business.
The project is financed by con contributions
tributions contributions from IS industrial firms.
foundations, labor unions and the
Federal gobernment.
The report said that if educa education
tion education for Negroes were raised to
the level of that now available
for Whites the-annual rate of
Negro high' school and college
graduates would' be more rhan
doubled. .'
It said the Negro's economic po
sition had improved spectacularly
in tne ust ia years out anriDut anriDut-ed
ed anriDut-ed this more to general prosperity
than to any change in the Negro's
position.
The report,' written before Gen.
Mark Clark's recent attacx on in integration
tegration integration in the armed forces, con contradicts
tradicts contradicts Clark's estimate of the
effect of integration in the services.
If said the record of Negro
troops in World War II war "less
good" than that of. White troops.
Dut attributed the difference to the
handicaps' brought from civilian
life' by the Negro soldiers and the
fact that they were segregated,
v It said that -records of Korea,
where Negroes were integrated,
showed a marked improvement.
"The irrned forces have not on only
ly only strengthened the nation by
strengthening themselves," the re report
port report said, 'but have taken lesder-
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Sturdy Gary:,
VENICE, Italy,' May 14 UP) UP)-Gary
Gary UP)-Gary Cooper, a sturdy man on
a bucking horse, : was almost
thrown yesterday by a gentle
gondola. The vacationing Holly-
wuoa star lost his balance while
posing for press photographers
an me oar or a gonaoia. A gon gondolier
dolier gondolier saved him from tnmhlin
into the water. ,, , .; .:
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ship in showing the nation '. what
good will and, determination
can
accomplish. :
, The report said there must el else
se else be changes In the Negro"
community end family life if the
race is to take advantage of new
opportunities.
"Only when Negro tnd White
families can live together as neigh:
bors, when Negro children and
White children can play together,
study together, go to the same
church only then will the Negro

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place in the world of work," .the
report said.
Rope Theft Nets
15-Day Sentence
In Balboa Court,
A 31 year-old Panamanian
with a previous police record
was sentenced to spend IS days
in jail today tor the theft of 140
feet of manila rope.
Balboa Magistrate Judge John
E. Demlng found Fausttno B.
Gonzales eullty of the petit lar
ceny which occurred at 8:10thls
morning, in front of quarters 870
on Morgan Avenue.- r
The rope, .worth $4.20, was the
property of John A. Everson.
On a second charge of vagancy,
the defendant was given a sus sus-pendedd
pendedd sus-pendedd sentence and placed -on
one year probation on condition
that he does not violate the laws
of the Canal Zone..
U.S. Visit Of Red
Leaders Rejected
For Lack Of Deeds
WASHINGTON, MayvM (UP-
Wiute House news s secretary
James C. Hagerty said r today
President Elsenhower rejected a
proposed U.S. visit by Russian
leaders because the Kremlin has
not yet backed Its peaceful words
with deeds.
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'OFF FpR'EirROPE;- ForriieV Prudent Varr Sffiai
waves taiewell as he and Mrs. Truman piepare tc T sail horn f
New York aboard .the Uner United States' for a seven-eek
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New Yorkers! i Including Elephant;
Collapse ; In Record-Breakinrj Heat
fNEW Y6RK, MayllV (UP) ilhourf which later riimlV

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terdsy prostrated Dearly 100-per
sons at a prayer rally and choked
metropolitan area parkways with
overheated automobiles.
-The temperature soared to 87.6
degrees at 5:05 p.m. to shatter the
previous high of 86 .degrees set
on May 13, 1900. fi
Some 10 girlr and young wom women
en women from parochial schools' anil
colleges were overcome by the
heat at prayer rally at Ford Ford-ham
ham Ford-ham University in -the Brenx.
Almost 12,000 persons were gath gathered,
ered, gathered, on an unshaded field at the
university to celebrate World Soda Sodality
lity Sodality Day. i,
At least 70 women and girls were
treated at a temporary dispensary
set up nearby. Two girls had to be
sent to Fordham hospital, adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining the campus. All were released
after treatment."
Emily, a Barnum and ..Bailey
circus elephant, collapsed and died
as she was marching up First Ave Avenue
nue Avenue with a 45-elephant train. 'V
) The elephants were en route to
a New York Central railroad yard
in the Bronx where they were to
board trains for Boston.' Circus of officials
ficials officials said she had been sick but
indicated the heat may have hast hastened
ened hastened her end. -Thousands
of motorists who had
planned to rescue mother from
the heat of the kitchen range
wound up sweltering in traffic
jams on almost ell major park parkways
ways parkways in the metropolitan area.
Hundreds of cars stalled because
winter anti freeze had not been
drained. Many of the mdtOrists
waited helplessly for their motors
to cool. Others called for help..
The Automobile Cluh reported an
average of 200 emergency calls an
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uig nome reacned a peak.
3,000 Arab Rebs;
March Near Oran:
Big Fight Looms
. ALGIERS, May 14 (UP) '-' A
3,000-man reebl force was report reported
ed reported marching today on the heavily-garrisoned
town of Tlemcen,
60 miles southwest of. Oran.1 A
major, battle was expected near
the town. .
France rushed more troop con convoys
voys convoys to the nervous town which
unconfirmed reports said the
rebels hoped to conquer and turn
it Into their capital. It has long
been a, Moslem, religious center.
. Far to the east, in Constan Constantino,
tino, Constantino, officials threatened stiff
punishment for., Eur o p e a n
caught Illegally carrying arms.
Panicky residents yesterday ahot
to death six Arabs and wounded
loufQtners. 'i
The Europeans, still afraid be
cause of the rebel attack on the
mountain city Friday; were sit sitting
ting sitting at a sidewalk cafe when
they saw a Moslem they thought
was about to throw a bomb.
They began firing and killed
six passing Arabs and wounded
four. more. The deaths brought
the weekend death toll in Alge Algeria
ria Algeria to some 145 Arabs killed.
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