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[ 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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PANAMA, R. P THURSDAY, MAY 17,' 1954

rmt cents.

. READY FOR THE BIG DROP A giant B-52 H-bomber soars Into the Pacific skies during
. t trial run in preparation for the first air-drop from an American plane of the hvdroeen
bomb on Namu Isle,-Eniwetok. The njany types of aircraft, required -for the -nuclear test!
from bombers to jet cloud samplers and patrol planes, are being kept in readiness for H-hour
with constant practice flights.

H-drcp Halted
As D-52 Turns
Toward Target
r ABOARD tISS MT,' McKINLEY
. At eniwetok, May 17 up)
Task force officials called off
America's first hydrogen bomb
air drop explosion again today
as the B-52 jet carrying .the
,vbomb approached Its target.;,
' Unfavorable winds which could
have carried radioactive fallout
to inhabited areas was blamed
for the delay.- The test was
postponed for at least 24 bourse
The postponement was : the
' eighth In' nine days. v i''
Rear Adm.- B. Hall Hanlon,
'. commander of the task : force,
announced the V postponement
one hour and 36 minutes before
the shot was scheduled.
; The bomber ? carrying the
- bomb to Bikini was making- a
1 giant turn lor its first I've ran
' "' over the target when the an ;
nouncement came. ..
. Conditions had been nearly

perfect for the drop until unfa unfavorable,
vorable, unfavorable, winds developed at. the
20 000 foot level five vh0ur5.be-

V-lor detonation time.

The shot onetinaiiy was cnea cnea-(
( cnea-( Hied for May 8.-
Cypriol Terrorisfs ; :
KiirjEmErikn' :
British Soldier A
' NOCOSlAl Msy IT (UP) -Three
; anti-British ; 'Cypnots yesterday
killed a "good Samaritan" British
soldier who handed-them cooling
drinks of water through a barbed
... wire enclosure 'v 4'-- vv-;-.

'" The Cypriots were captured aft after
er after a chase by heticopters. t ..
i Authorities said three members
f the Cypriot underground stop-
ped at a barbed-wire-barricaded
: radio shack near the Nicosia air-

. port and asked for water, wnicn
f tiwrmn. in ihptn

. Then they firel three shots Into
the shack, killing. the corporal in

" charge and injuring another sol-
dier,
Th Mtremlsts were captured "a

short time later by troops guided
by two helicopters. One helicopter
chased two of the Cypriots, across
an open field near the airport,

where they surrendered. Another
helicopter Covered over a tree in
; which the. third Cypriot was hid hiding
ing hiding until troops arrived. rj. ; :
v. s -"-
i Author ities said all .threev will
; pe charged with murder, and may
be sentenced to hang if convicted.
k The Nicosia airport has been
Guarded heavily by Boyal Aa
orce personnel sukb saboteurs
destroyed a passenger liner there
geveral weeks ago. ;
In other action today, troops
arrested two Greek Orthodox
" priests near KUma, 100 miles
north f Nicosia, after they found
shotgun shells and parts of police
' uniforms in the. priests', locked
; room. , .' t
. West Germany

Will Help Support
Allied Troops ;
BONN, Germany, May 17 (UP)
West Germany formally an announced
nounced announced today it, will continue
paying toward the support of
American. British and French

troops stationed in this country.
A Bonn government spokes

man also said West Germany
would resume negotiations on
the payments ; Issue with the
western allies later this week.
The talks had broken up in dead deadlock.
lock. deadlock. ;..:"-: V- '; -v
r The government decision was
reached in a four-hour Cabinet
meeting last night.' -; ; :
The three western allies ; had
asked West Germany earlier this
rear to pay 7961 million dollars
toward troop upkeep following

tne May 5 expiration date of a

previous payments agreement.

Barensieiri Eire Believed
Out; Deck, Sides Cooling

Canal Zone Fire Department The hatch was filled with hiehlv
flc ft U H tnria that fha fir. u,. 1 lg"'y

officials said today that the fire
which broke out yesterday in the
German cargo ship Barenstein,
Just as she was about to leave

Cristobal, seems to be out, since

me aecK and sides are cooling
down. -..''
No tnme has been set yet as
to when No. 4 hatch. In which

the blaze started, will be opened.

Radio Telephones;
In US Array Autos
Illegal Red Army
BERLIN. May 17 (UP so

viet i military officers told the
VS. Army today it is illegal to
operate Army automobiles eouim

ped with two-way radio tele

phones in. the soviet sector $fi

tnis divided city.

Maj, Gen.,p, A. Dibrova. Ber,,
lin'a Soviet-commandant, madt-

ttjs staimrnt-'in ,'t- rTtnig m
American protest anaiiiat i.the
arrest of two U.S. Army officers
in the Soviet sector by East Ber Berlin
lin Berlin Communist police last week.
The Americans were1 detained
for three hours when police
found radio telephone in -Hie
Army vehicle.-pibrova? told Maj.
Gen. Charles L. Lasher Jr.,. Ber Berlin's
lin's Berlin's U.S. commandant, that East
German law prohibits the use of
unregistered radio transmitters.
Dlbrova demanded that the
U.S. Army "take, the steps neces necessary
sary necessary to prevent a repetition of
such cases.' He said a similar
case arose last year vhen two
VS. congressmen were detained
at gunpoint In East Berlin be because
cause because their. auto had a radio tel telephone.
ephone. telephone.

iiummmaDie aniline dyes and

magnesium and aluminum dust.
' No iurther damage to the deck

ut am piaiej nas been noticed
t Canal officials have expressed
their appreciation for the help
received in speedily furnishing

v.uuu ,ujuxiae, wnicn tne lire lire-men,
men, lire-men, bnmped into th

hatch to smother the fire The
Panama coca Cola; Company
Cervecerla Nacional and the Ar.

my ungmeers at Corozal ail as
sisted in this

The Barenstein is still berthed
at pier 8 Cristobal Minor repairs
will be done here before she can

SHU.

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SURRENDERS Alleged gamn
blinK czar Frank Castello is
shown in the U.S. Attorney'
Office in New York after sur
rendering to' serve a five-year
prison term for evasion 1 of
. ; ; Income taxes.

n

rvSEYBOLDS
SAY GOODBYE
: SATURDAY

r Gov. and Mrs. John S. Sey Sey-bold
bold Sey-bold will say goodbye to the
Isthmus and their friends
made over the four-year pe
riod of his administration,' as
Chief Executive of the Cabal
organisation. Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. n --' ;-
The Governor and his wife
are sailing for the States on
the Panama liner Ancon leav leaving
ing leaving at 3 o'clock Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. They will go to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side by Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad motor ear which is sched schedule
ule schedule to leave the Balboa Heights
station at 1 o'clock.
Gov. and Mrs. Seybold plan
to arrive at the Balboa Heights
railroad station about 15 min minutes
utes minutes before departure of the
motor car, which will follow
farewell ceremonies conducted
by the Balboa High School
band and ROTC unit.
On their arrival at shlpslde
at 2:1S the will be given, an
official farewell bv a vrogram
of music by the Cristobal Hitch
School band and an honor
guard vCeremonr by the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal ROTC unit

Auto Crash Causes
Bedlam Confuses
Police; Fire iDeol.:

SAYREVILLE, W. 7., May 17-

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0 914 Votes

Leads

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FLIES BACK i TO WASHINGTON President Elsenhower
leaves his Aero Commander airplane In Washington as he
- returns from his farm In Gettysburg, Pa.

Russian Refugee Tells Of Seeing
U.S. Secret Documents In Moscow

WASHINGTON. Mav 17 (UP) -I

Senate investigators today disclos disclosed
ed disclosed testimony of a Russian refugee
who- said he sW "thousands", of;

(V?l This sleeping borongh sud-'toc ;et U.S. documents on ra-

draiy becsme a bfdla tn' of ringing.' dar ; a, Mosco.jdwting World. War
telephones and act. am urire at

wi iw V wv u j- ituvil ill 'BlUU"
mobile ricocheted I two utility

poies.

The two part rash seriously
injured the- driver, John Marsh,
32. It short-circuited some 400 tele telephones,
phones, telephones, set 10 fire alarms clang clanging
ing clanging and plunged part of the com community
munity community into total darkness for sev several
eral several hours, -
Fire aiarms in nearby President
Park, Melrose and Morgan also
were touched off in (he hours which
followed the accident.
Firemen in Morgan, rolled their
apparatus Into the street, but could
not find a, fire. ',
The short circuit caused the most
confusion at police headquarters.
One policeman said the depart department's
ment's department's switchboard "was lit up
like a Christmas tree." ':!:""f-

Keef, Denounces Eisenhower fi4cmnsroon
For Sending More Arms To Saudi Arabia

WASHINGTON, May 17 (UP)

Sep.. Estes Kefauver today -.denounced
the Eisenhower admin

istration for authorizing a ship shipment
ment shipment of munitions to Saudi At At-bia.
bia. At-bia. '''-, j.V' -iY;' v :

Tne Tennessee Democrat. a

candidate for the Democratic

Presidential nomination, said

the shipment "can only serve to

lurtner upset tne-prccarlous bal

ance of arms Mn the Middle

East."..;,.,.- i-

The shipment also was criti

cized by Sen. Herbert H. Lehman

and Rep. Emanuel Cellar, both

Democrats of New Yoik.

. Lehman said in a statement

that he is "Koine to demand the

fullest possible Inquiry into this
shocking action on the pari of

our government." .,
He said "at the same time
that our government refuses
to make arms available to Is Israel
rael Israel On the flimsiest of jus justifications
tifications justifications we continue t
ship arms to Saudi Arabia. .

Celler said in a statement that
the shipment t'MghhgMs (fte

dangerous, impossible and com

tradictory position' of the Ad

ministration in supplying arms
to Arab- nations' while denying

tnem to Israel. 1 e .-,
, But despite the Cohgresslonal

criticism, administration offi

cials defended the shipment

irom soutn port, n.c or $850. $850.-000
000 $850.-000 worth of ammunition and
replacement parts for Saudi Arabia-"-
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- (They said that Israel is re receiving
ceiving receiving communications and
ether equipment of defensive
use from the TJn:ted States
valued at-"consJf drably more
than the shipment going to
Saudi Arabia."
Defense Officials said the ship

ment consisted chiefly of ammu ammunition
nition ammunition for the 18 light tanks the
United States sent to Saudi Ara Arabia
bia Arabia last February.
, The tank shipment caused

wide repercussions. President
Elsenhower suspended the ship shipment
ment shipment in the face of some sharp
protests but .reinstated : it 48
hours later. ".- V "-V-...
A Defense Department spokes spokesman
man spokesman said such "routine" armi
shipments have been joint to
SaucU Arabia slnee the Arab
state leased this country the

.

i strategic air base site at
Dharhran five years aro. V

tie said the United states has
shipped 18 million dollars worth
of arms to th Arab states since
last August. ....-' -V
Saudi Arabia, which -pays c'ksh

ror u.s. arms, has been the
largest purchaser of arms in the

Middle East.

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CA5IPAIGN CONTRAST Democratic presidential aspirants
Adlai Stevenson (left) and Sen. Estes Kefauver shake, hands
upon meeting in the parade preceding the Los Banos, Calif.,
annual May Day spring fair.' Kefauver, in a conservative silk
business suit, cruised down the street in an automobile, while
? Stevenson, wearing a cowboy outfit,: rode a horse.

'Tire Senate tnternal Security
subcommittee made public testi testimony
mony testimony jiven secretly by the Rus Russian,
sian, Russian, who goes under, the assumed
name of E. Andriyve. The subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee said he was afraid to tes testify
tify testify publicly. i
H sIm heard chtmttt Harry L. i
Black of Newark, N.J. testify
s that- ho gave industrial socrett I
! Soviet agents from 1933 to
1940 and first introduced atomic
spy Harry Cold tohe Russians.
. Black said he grew dissatisfied
with the Russians in 1940 but fear

ed he would.be killed if he broke

away( '.
The Andriyve testimony l a 1 d

that in. 1944 be-was a researcher

in the signal, corps military re research
search research .institute in Moscow, with

'hit job of examining foreign docu

ments brought to him by tne' se

cret police. He said the documents
were M per cent of U.S. origin.
The refugee aaid the Russians
alt had descriptions of the U.S.
ground control approach tystom
tor landing aircraft and "artille
ry dtvicos.". He said most of the
document, were elai lifiod either t
secret, top secret er ; confident

Andriyve said most of the docu documents
ments documents clearly originated in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States. But he could recall
only two sources; The Army Sig Signal
nal Signal Corps laboratories at F o r t
Monmouth. N.J.. and the Radio

Corporation of America (RCA).
He said k friend told hint the
flow of documents continued in
1945; after be was transferred to
another job. J v
Andriyve said Soviet secret po police
lice police brought him the documents
regularly, But he did not know
how the police obtained them.
Sometimes the information was
"very fresh," he said. ;
Some of the documents were Soviet-made
-enlarfements ""f r o m
microfilm, he said.
Subcommittee counsel Robert
Morris told reporters he could
not say whether the documents
rt ached the Russians through
spies-or lend-lease. But he net net-d
d net-d that they reached Andriyve
through the secret police. ;;
Black, a stocky 48-year-old man

with sandy, wavy hair and rimless
glasses, said he.feartd to tell his
story in- public even now? But

morns told him Uiat his public ap

pearsnce would give -him more

.... V ... ...
' Two provinces Darien and Bocas del Toro today
reported the completion of the separation and tallying of
presidential votes cast in Sunday's elections as Ernesto de ?
la Guardia Jr. continued to increase his lead over Victor,,
F. Goyti'ay.
Preliminary reports from 267 of the' republic's' 829
precincts gave de ta Guardia, the National Patriotic Coati
tion's candidate, 74,294 votes to 33,380 for the National :
Liberal Party's Goytla an advantage of 40,914 votes.
v The CPN recorded the f irst of ficial victory of the ele-
Hons yesterday When Darien Assemblyman-candidate Pa

blo Othin received his credentials for the fourth time from

a Darien provincial jury.
The Darien Provincial' Jury
vesterday announced the deliv

561. votes., with. 54 precincts to
go in the entire province. , 4
BesulU from other provmcei
are: -

CHIRIQUI: (53 precincts Da
la Guardia, 9,354; Ooy tia 4,263. V'

VERAGUAS: (37 precincts! De

ery of credentials to Othon at
the end of the separation and
tallying of the presidential votes

cast at the province s 18 precincts..;-
;' V? ".;.'"' ''" -The
Darien final totals were

zsuioroe ia ui u "ita Guardia, 10.019!' Govtla. 28lrt.

for Goytiia. Othon received asi l0St gANT0S: (20 precinct)
votes to 1635 for MS pnly 'nvalrri 4 Guardia 4 4M- r.ovtia' l

protcctwu f!ai)m assassiantionDr. ca,itos Raul Morales of tae 410
thsn aa. would get-.byminmg'NtiOTal ttberai Mrt; "",.'t iIIERKFRAf.I4o"'hrecln'ti'1 i,a

GuUlermo Brown, me vrmiia Guardia,' 10.413; Goytla, 2.174.

Assemwy canaiaaie lor eocas uetj uuc.is DKi. TOKO (18 pie.

hidden.

Proposed Red Army
Slash Will Hot ;
Weaken Soviel

BERLIN,' May 17 (UP) The
Soviets could well cut their army
by 1.2 million men without re

ducing the 8ft armored and mo

torized divisions that make up
Its most effective punch, West
German military Intelligence
sources said today.
" The said i careful evaluation

of the Russian announcement

that 63 divisions would be demo demobilized
bilized demobilized showed that, the Soviet
Army is so big it can take a
slash of this size without weak weakening
ening weakening its power significantly.
According to West German
military intelligence data, Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's army has an overall fight fighting
ing fighting strength of 180 active -divl-sionKv;.)
'
. .'
About 80 of these are first rate
armored and : fully motorized
units which would not have to
be touched In a manpower slash.
These make up the chief of offensive
fensive offensive power of the Red Army,
the sources said. k- v, v
They said the announced man manpower
power manpower cut roughly corresponded
to the yearly supriy of recruits
to the Soviet Army. They point pointed
ed pointed out ft was difficult, to assess
the true, meaning of the move
unless It was known whether the
Soviets also would change the
lensth of service. .,
Conscription term now are
two years In the infantrv and
more than two vara for special specialized
ized specialized troops such as armored'
units. -
Intelligence officials admitted
that a cut on the scale announc announced
ed announced would have some effect on
the overall military power but
''nder conditions of nuclear war warfare
fare warfare great numbr of soldiers
would not be needed.

Toro. Is also reported tot havj

won out over his Liberal party
opponent, but, no word has, been
received regarding receipt of bis
credentials. . '-:
In Panama Province where
the presidential votes from 37
of 229 precincts have been
counted so far, de la Guard a
Is leading Goytla by a margisV
of 800 votes 10,975 to 10,175.
At the completion of the tally
of the votes cast at the 35 pre precincts
cincts precincts of the City of Colon; de la
Guardia led Goytla 11,847 to 6,-

Ex-Presideni Prio
Asks Eisenhower
For Asylum In US,
HAVANA, May 17 :(UP)l-Op-posltion
leaders cabled President
Elsenhower today, pleading that
former President Carlos Prio 80 80-carras
carras 80-carras be granted political asy asylum
lum asylum in the united States.
Copies of the appeal were sent
to. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles, Attorney General
Herbert Brownell jr. the Unit United
ed United Nations and the Organization
ot American States ;
. The signers of the appea!
ranged from former President
Ramon Grau San Martin to for former
mer former Senate President. Antonio
Varona. .': :
Prio was seized at home here
May 9, taken under police guard
to the airport and placed on a

plane bound for Miami, Fla.

U.S. immigration j, authorities
have ruled against allowing Prio
to remain in the United Stat
tecause of his Implication In an

arms

s.LIi,! Ll Wartman. also of

oiupyun k "'"c dence. wer nnlniured,'

c ints) De la Guardia, 4,093; Goy-

ua, i,0Z5 Hinau. ;
COCLEf (37 precincts) De 1
Guardia; 9.037J Goytia, 3,339. u

Bad Weather forces v
Womeii Conleslanl
To Hall Air Race
' BUFFALO, N.Y., May 17-.(UP)
Entrants in th seventh an--nual
Women's International Alf
Race streaked off from Buffalo
airport : early .today In cloac
weather. u
Less than one'hour after' 55
planes In the "Powder Puff Der Derby"
by" Derby" started the race from Ham Ham-llton,
llton, Ham-llton, Ont., yesterday the female
flyerg took refuge here bees use
of unfavorable conditions. Their
destination was Havana, cuba.1
Mrs. Dorothy Rungelln?' -of
Fenwick, On s Canadian chair. -woman
of the event, said the la lady
dy lady pilots decided to wait rather
than pit their light plane? a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the snow, ice clouds and
strong winds they faced at 'the
time. v. t -'. ;j j
Hilda Peress of Cba was aSe
first to set down at the airtinrt..
Minutes later Mrs. Rungeling.
andher co-pllot, Beverly Belfry
of St. Catharines, Ont. landed,
A single mishap marred 3 the
end of the first ,50-mile Jump.
The Beechcraft Bonanza- piloted
by Mary Ann Lipplttof Provl. (
dence. R.I., guffered a dam?ed
propeller, when the landing "Rear
collapsed as the fraft rolled to a
landing. ;

Miss LIppitt and her co-pllnt

Ptovl"

vears ago,

In their

hower the petitioners arvued
that Prio was "xpelled illeeal illeeal-ly"
ly" illeeal-ly" from Cuba and that deny denying
ing denying him asylum would bo an
"abrogation of human rights"
under the United Nations char charter.
ter. charter. .' 'V'':-

s ": Another Marriage. Rumor

cable' Mr. Eise,:t JJ:

nvao oviicuutcu vu ssiaivrj v -) t i ui
checks at Elmira, N Y and Bir'
mingham, Ala., before setting
down at Marathon, Fla.
The last leg of the air Jaunt -covers
the 125-mlle Jump lo, Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, where trophies and $2,000
in prize money await the win
ners.

LONDON. May 17 (UP) Prin

cess Margaret yesterday abruptly
squelched a rumor that she in intended
tended intended to marry handsome Prince
Christian of Hanover a distant
German cousin. ? ;

Christian, obviously acting with

permission of the British Royal
family Issued a simultaneous de denial
nial denial of the. rumor which cropped
up today in Lord Beaverbrook's
Daily Express, v

Margaret, apparently mindtui of
the two Vears of rumor, gossip and

innuendo that occurred during her
blighted romance with RAF Group

Capt. Peter Townsend, acted
quicks v.
Less than two hours after Buck Buck-inzham
inzham Buck-inzham Palace officials Refused

any comment pa the rumors, the

press secretary to the Queen is issued
sued issued a formal one-sentence state-;
ment through Clarence House, the
residence of the princess.. -j
"The presr secretary to the;
Queen is authorized to say. that
the report that the Princess Mar Margaret
garet Margaret is. likely to become engaged
to Prince Christian of Hanover is
untrue." .. ,-
Christian, as quickly chimed in
with his own brief statement
which Said:
"I wish to deny the story thai
I might become engaged to Prin Princess
cess Princess Margaret and to say tha t
there is no truth in these rumors."

Informed- sources reported that

One-Way Traffic

it was oeueved Marcuret acted p.' n . M r

herself the heart- TO T rearSOn Jf,

quickly to save

ache of another round of public
speculation. r I
The method of the announce announcement
ment announcement was the same she used last
November when she authorized a
statement that she would not mar-;
ry Townsend because of duty to
crown and church. ;
Aside from personal feeeling.
Christian otherwise would be a
suitable candidate for her hand.
He is a Lutheran, and unmar

ried. His royal lineage would be

With the completion of Owen
Street In the Balboa Flats area,
Pearson Street has reverted to
one-way traffic from the inter intersection
section intersection of Barneby Street and
Balboa Road, to Owen Street, It
was announced by the Malntrn-
ance Division. The change he he-came
came he-came effective thlg week.
Owen street,, one of the last
projects in the reconstruction of
the Balboa Flats Area, was com

pleted? last week-It was extended

an asset.

Hi it it iTachini? at Tnwnwnil.l

and once demonstrated his eour- approximately 500 feet so that it
aee by capturing two thieves ininow joins Pearson Street on one

the two had only seen each other New York's Central Park. He is! end and Wight. Street on. the
twice in their lives. ': f '33, 10 years .older than Margaret, othew -9

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I do not mean to imply that there was any colltics in the
J-ecent 4 awards of the Pulitzer Prizes for newspapermen. Jim
Daley, .who writes "Sports of The Times," for the New York
Times, got one of the prizes. One does not have to be interest interested
ed interested mainly in sports to enjoy Mr. Daley and his writing. It is
unusual for the award to go to a sports writer.
Another fcward went to Charles L. Bartlett of the Chatta Chatta-tnooga
tnooga Chatta-tnooga (Tenn.) Times, which is. a sort of country cousin of the
New York Times. His award was for national reporting. Now
What did Mr. Bartlett report?
The award says that it was for uncovering the conflict of
business Interests of Harold Talbott, Secretary of the AJr Force.
What did Mr. Talbott do?
Well, for one thing he wrote business letters on Air Force
and Defense Department letter heads, using government-paid
stnographers and government time. The business he transacted
djdn't really amount to much only about $60,000 a year.,
This didn't particularly discredit Mr. Talbott with the ad administration,
ministration, administration, but it did make him politically inconvenient for
the Republican Party. So Mr. Talbott patriotically resigned.
Then he got a letter of commendation from President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower and one of the most elaborate reviews from the Air Force
fver seen in Washington.
I The great Republican crusader Richard M. Nixon in "one Of
his classic speeches referred to "the scandal-a-day Truman Ad Administration."
ministration." Administration." Of course that is an understatement for Mr.
Nixon, probably based on 10 deep freezes and one mink coat.
But don't forget that the stenographer In the Executive Office
Who got a mink coat, presumably not In the usual way, was
tired. She didn't get a letter of commendation and, of course,
to military review.
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This column has been prepar prepared
ed prepared b Victor Riesel's stall ol ol-kowmg
kowmg ol-kowmg a bedside conference wilk
the stricken columnist.)

There was a lot of money riding
on the arm ot tne pro who pitcheu
tne acid in my eyes with a swilt,
practised, undernand swing on
April S. Probably upwards oi ten

muuon dollars, in tact embez-

xled, siphoned or just plain stolen

troiu thousands of welfare and pen pension
sion pension plans.
. We don't yet know specifically
who was behind tne attack, hut we
are convinced that it came lrom
the hoods wno have horned tneir

way into labor. And you il lind
the "account executives of tms

manicureu mob brazemy bossing
tne operation wnerever weUaie
and pension tuhds are being looted,
'ibis is no penny-ante business.

This is iie-iime and Dig money

accoromg to a-Senate cominiuee

which has just nnished a quick
prooe ot the iield and tnen luioeu
or lactc ol lunos. .

Thg senate investigators fe-

veaied tiiai Vi muiion Americans

almost naif of tne country s pop

ulation are coverai iy sutu puiui.

'iwenty mne muuon; of uice aie
worKiugmen; uie otner 46 million

are tneir ticpeuoents.
in l4 moie tnan six and a hall
biuion coiiars was paiu in to inest

iunas mosuy uy inpioeis. inc

casn total in these iuuus in at year
was estimaieu oy Uie aeiiaut tom-

nTiuee at- upwaias ot !io biuion
aoui'ii ihe annual tonuibuuons

are growing, too. union aner un

ion, as tne saturation pomi on

wae Doosis is reacued,, is win

ning incrcaseu weuare and ptn-

siou coverage for more woikers.
Hie '.'quiut-money" boys arc
treating uiese laouloui amounts
of moilay as thougu they were
maue-io-uruer lor me big poems

in tneir tancy. nanu-maue suits

we cave uie woru ot Sen. t'aui

uuugias ot Illinois aDout that.

Douatas is an oid and aiaeui

friend of labor, but In uie itnai
report ot tne investigating com committee
mittee committee ne said biunuy tnat:
"tt is startling to mid an aimost
complete aoseiice ot any routine
accounting to tne benenciai ies ot
tnese programs. It appears to be
accepted practice among the ad administrators
ministrators administrators of sucn programs td
give little or no account ot tneir
stcwardsnip and to tnreat tne
money more as their own than

that of tne' beneficiaries."
The Douglas committee pinpoint pinpointed
ed pinpointed the various techniques the
streamlined shaKcdown artists
have used to amass fortunes. These
include outright theft, outrageous
padding of expenses accounts and
placing friends and relatives on
jobs at swollen salaries.. But that's
just the beginning.
According, to the Senate group,

"Many of the worst abuses founoi

in weuare plan operations juvoiva
insurance practices. These abuses
include high commissions, exces excessive
sive excessive administrative fees, high in insurance
surance insurance company retentions, un unequal
equal unequal treatment of policyholders,
activities of Unscrupulous brokers
and agents, and embezzlement of

premiums, sometimes with the col
lusion of union officials or man
o0pminl." i

Douglas spelled out tha looting '.others,

in a union-by-union analysis, in
one case along,' upwards of $900, $900,-ooo
ooo $900,-ooo was embezzled from a union
welfare fund. A study of the full
amount siphoned out of the funds
investigated by Douglas, plus the
big steal from other funds he
didn't get around to but about
which, evidence is available, indi indicates
cates indicates that the "take" for the hoods
now easily passes the ten million
dollar mark. If unchecked, this
could literally- run into billions
of dollars.

What's the answer? The federal
probers aren't sure. One thing
thev were definite about, however:

the Abuses cannot be stopped on
the state level. They said that

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By PETER EDSON

WASHINGTON

Rev. Dr. Billy Graham's sriewh

(NEA) The I British children are taught to ad- figure it out, even m his books.

before the U.S. Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce annual meeting in Wash

ington may ena up in a congres congressional
sional congressional investigation. Several con congressmen
gressmen congressmen want to OllPstif.n Ihp

evangelist more about his charge
that an unnamed American diplo diplomat
mat diplomat and his wife got drunk at an
also unnamed Far Eastern post.
"In my travels around the
world," Dr. Granam told over
1,000 Chamber of. Commerce lead leaders
ers leaders from all over America, "if it
would not embarrass the United
States, I could stand here and tell
you illustration after illustration
as to why sone of the countries!
have some tension toward the
United States todav .-

tell you about one country' I was
burned up!U. MS.-? ,;

we nave- an American diplo

matic official' in one country who

mrew a party, a few weeks ago.
He .got dog-drunk. His wife was
drunk. They made a spectacle in
this Far Eastern country. And
American relations cou'.dn't be
lower. And we, as taxpavers, paid
the bill."
This story was a soriom one

jbut ii evangelist told a fleck of

eacn good for a laugh.

dress, as, "My Lord," or "Your, "Tell me." he finally asked

Grace." Once tne. Archbishop "Have you ever had this disease

stopped a mile ooy, snu asKcc, before?
"Son, how old are you?'' ) The old man answered. "Yes,
And the little boy answered, many times." i

"My God, 1 am 10.' The young doctor said, "Well

Tha moral which Billy Graham you've got it again.'"

drew from tlis was that he wasr "And that is the vtay with this

as frightened as the littl? Loj,- b--j world,"., moralized Dr. Graham.L This column -was the first to

fore all fuse Chambei-of OomyWelve got it again. The problem"

merce executives.

that we wrestle with in 1956 with

Then he Kid one about a census atomic power is the same problem

taker who inciuntered a half-wit that-man- has wrestled with for

in uraliam's native North Caro- centuries.

WASHINGTON The issue in
the case of Murrary Chotiner,
campaign manager and personal
attorney for Vice President Nixon,

is quite simple. It can be best
understood by making some com

parisons.--Comparison
No. 1 In 1933,

shortly after Franklin Roosevelt

took office, several important

Democrats who had helped elect
him came to Washington and set
up law offices. They started to

practice law legitimately, but nat

urally their position of influence

helped then- law practice.
President Roosevelt then an

nounced that if they were to prac

tice taw thev would have to resien

from the Democratic National
Committee. They had every ight
to practice law, he said, but not

to use the Democratic National
Committee as a means of getting
business.
I was in FDR's press confer conference
ence conference when he made this state statement.
ment. statement. I recall that some Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic stalwarts who had helped
elect him didn't like this at all.
0. 'Max Gardner, Democratic
committeeman from- North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, said the President was quite
right and resigned immediately.
But Arthur Mullen of Nebraska
called at the White House and

squawked before he woyld resign.
Others who resigned were Robert
Jackson of New Hampshire and

Bruce Kramer of Montana, all on
the Democratic National .Commit

tee! '"' ': ..-;

l Comparison No. 2 Harry Tru Truman
man Truman continued the Roosevelt rule.
However, he got smeared when an

attorney named Col. James Hunt,

using an autographed photo given
him by ..Truman, started using
Truman's name. Truman actually
had nothing to do with Hunt.
This was the first big five-percenter
case, and the same Senate

committee which treated Chotiner

so gently was ruthless in probing
fivt-percenter Hunt. The same
committee also rode .roughshod

over Gen. Harry vaughao for

making phone calls from the

White House on behalf of John

paid operators to call up voters
and announce:
"Did you know that Mrs. Doug Douglas
las Douglas had strong Communist sympa sympathies?
thies? sympathies? I thought it was my duty
to tell you.-'
Chotiner is also credited with the
idea of comparing Mrs. Douglas,
voting record with that of the late
Congressman Marcantonio of New
York in order to make it appear
that she- was a "Communist by
association." These two tech techniques
niques techniques helped materially in elect electing
ing electing Nixon to the Senate in 1950.
Chofiner's telephone expenses
paid him by the GOP committee
would indicate that, one way or
the other, he still relied on the
telephone in the 1954 campaign.
CHOTINER'S INFLUENCE
On Sept. 20, 1954, the GOP aid
him another $435.16 for expenses;

on Oct 5, another $378.40; on Oct.

13, another $289.59; and on Nov.
10, just after the election, the Na

tional committee paid him $871.40
to clean up most of his expenses.

Regular checks kept gome to

Chotiner, however, both in small
driblets and large amounts, the
largest being $851.32. on May 13,
1955. . .. : ' .;

All these, totaling $5,085 for a

year and a half, came from the

GOP National committee in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. An additional check for

$151.47 was paid him by the GOP
congressional committee on May
31, 1955.

In other words, Chotiner. was
right in the middle of high-up GOP
politics, where influence counts
just as it counted in the days when
Roosevelt fired his close friends -from
the Democratic committee.
People caught with their hands
in the public till naturally gravi gravitate
tate gravitate to lawyers with influence.
That was why FDR tried: to re remove
move remove influence from Democratic
committeemen in 1933,' and it was
also why Chotiner picked up inter interesting
esting interesting clients in 1953. They knew
he was a man of influence, and
he proved it by being able to go

and out of the white House

in and out

Marimn mi friemtc (net u Hirt and have phone calls made for

Charlev 'Willis and Max Rabb forh'm- J K

Charley 'Willis and Max Rabb for

Murray Chotiner. The same Sen

ate committee did not press Cho Chotiner
tiner Chotiner for the names of the clients

for whom the phone- calls were

made.

expose Vaughan's and Maragon's

influence operations; and V person

ally testified before the Senate

committee. This was the root re a

son why I was called some choice

uu. luuuuuiiin. uie cvuMis iBsci c i ..Hue oi vr. viTaiiain s au-i names by the wmte House.
asked the half-wit hpw many iereidresstt thc. ehnbeV at this ?'For Oomparison'. N $if Murrary
in his family. Human i Betterment'" session was chotiner is just as'; .much "a part
He sid he had a latner, moth- "Moral- Responsibilities in the 0f Republican committee as

er. two brothers and a sister. His'.Atomici- Aee.-

father was in prison. His motheri He summed it all up in 'his Jast
was in the insaqe? asylum, j His paragraph. after telling another
sister was tor thfc tielenttPB ftomklstory about a big Catholic inect-i

ing p. Los-AugcleS. where all the
lights .wenCout ''Somebody ljf 'a
match.1 Then somebody struck an

other, and another and another,

One brother was in reform school
and the other was at Harvard.
Asked the census taker: "Wnat
is your brother studying at Har Harvard?"
vard?" Harvard?" ."
Answer: "He's not studying any anything.
thing. anything. They're studying him."
The moral of this, Dr. Graham
said,, was that when he went
around, he wondered if he was

not being studied

Next was the storv about a doc-

After the laughter subsided, he. tor who hung up his shingle in a
pitched the moral. I little village. His first patient was

He opened with a storv he. an old man. He save a lona his-

hcard in England about the Arch-!torv of smntomr and where he

bishop of Canterbury, whom felt bad. The young doctor couldn't I mankind,"

Republica

Roosevelt's friends whom he fired
were a part of the Democratic
committee, perhaps more so.
I f happea to, hay, the record
of ChotineT's expenses paid' him

by the Republican committee

from June T; 1954, to Jan. 23, 1956
It shdws he received $5,085 in ex

untu mere was a siow mar ctua penseSi largcly for telephone calls.

"You strike your match lor God,

for country, for love of neighbor

I will strike my match. We'll put
them all together until we can see

created in this world ot curs

moral and spiritual, force that will'

sweep all over the arth and de

mand that. atomic energy . be

used for the good of mankind in

stead of for the destruction of

His heaviest expenses occurred

during the 1954 congressional cam

paign, which the Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration lost both in the House
and' Senate, v"--"'"
Because of the discouraging
GOP political picture, Chotiner,
who had put across Nixon, Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Joe Holt, and Congress Congressman
man Congressman Glen Lipscomb in California,
was called in as a trouble-shooter.
His first expenses were modest
-$32.56 on June 1, 1954; then $26.84
on June 21; then some neavy
long-distance telephoning on Aug.
4 which cost '$66.93 and ,$256.56;
then more telephone calls on Sept.
13; costing the rather large sum
of $564.06. ' r
TELEPHONE TECHNIQUE
It should be remembered that

HEADING HOME Man, I'm and raw fish in Jspn, plus a fow and forks, some done merely with Chotiner is credited with the
beat! My clothes are tattered, my, sharks' fins and birds nrsts Umd spoons. I have been hot, cold, wet, anonymous telephone technique
shirts frayed, my temper likewise,! seaweed reduce the stomach lo a dry and frightened. I have travel- used so effectively against' Con Con-ahd
ahd Con-ahd my digestion is a thing to state of total confusion. A little ed in sinsle-eneined aircraft in eresswoman Helen Gahagan Doug-

inHartPniVatP it at DrovKions haveimarvel at- 1 have ent the last Colombo cjirry, a fried grubworm' New Guinea and Africa, and have ias and Congressman Jerry. Voor Voor-i.iitS
i.iitS Voor-i.iitS tlm nS i tha i An w" fSral slx months on the .walkabout, and or ordinary airiin5 fare is not apt rediscovered the power of prayer.lhis when Nixon defeated them,
tailed so iw ana inai oniy ieuiu j don't care i Bever see another to undulv unset vcu. II was run down bv a bicvele jn'rhla the techniaue of eettinx

CThL Tailprf for full 'disclosure' irP'ane, customs official or ex- The same app.ics to srog; You Zanzibar. minute women or liberty belles or

hv ih trustees of all funds or" ,cess Da88a8e check as long as I get accustomed to-Such things
ttntr,nTexpenses. all lalar- ,ive- six months, of gin, palm toddy, arak, raki, .i

(

Man, I'm Beat
. By .BOB RUARK

receims miiu caucuoco, ou oo'1 i

ies and fees paid by the fund, toion ot travel on expense ac ac-whom
whom ac-whom and n whai amounts such L "ot, F-???6?????

ims wpr naid and for whet ser-! cuunl' 5U 1 nave no1 peen "ay "ay-sums
sums "ay-sums were paia, anaior wnti sec . , onj

in cr mu Aum rinncrh An t Vi a nff

ommended that each beneficiary of

the fund get a detailed annual re report
port report complete wit' information
about costs of insurance, commis commissions
sions commissions paid, etc.
They proposed that all funds reg register
ister register with and be under the control
of the Security and Exchange Com Commission,
mission, Commission, which now supervises
Wall Street a move the unions
don't like. They'd rather have the
Labor Department supervise these
funds.
In their swan song, the Senate
com mlttee members bluntly stat

ed that they had, in etlect, only

scratched the surface in their in

vestigation. A much more intensive
examination is e s s e n t i a 1, they
Will someone start this ball roll roll-lne?
lne? roll-lne? Or will it, like the overdue

nrobe of racketeering, die the

locslative vine? That's the acid

test.

my

chance that some day I'll get my

bait back if I know a few extra
things about a few more places.;

But right now my pocketbook ri-

as ' "-,'-

saki. Communications are always, a

Chinese whisky, Vodka. Australian bother, and I often- wonder how

whisky and African beer, and you you ever get things printed. Once
have no need to fear any local in- I gave some columns to a man in
fection by drinking the local water. 'GoroKa. who would take them to
There is no germ which cvJd stay a man he Jcnew who was leaving
alive very long in a reservoir like Lae for Brisbane, ; who buld. mail
that. ;thcra to a man 1 know in Sydney,
My clothing has been beaten on who would send them to British
rocks in Africa, tortured in New. United Press in Montreal, who

vals my diecstion in wreckage. I Guinea.- ravished in Japan, would eet them on to United Fea-

the beating your tummy takes; pressed peculiarly in Australia ture Syndicate in New York, iney
is fantastic. I was having some; and rinsed in battery acid in Ja- got printed, too, despite the cleft

eiepnant-neart stew the other cay j pan and China. My neckties have stick technique.
there being nothing else avail- more spots than any leopard. I've' But now I'm finally heading

able and it did not strike me as lost all my socks and handker- home for a set of fresh problems
unusual, even when chased with chiefs, and one white flannel suit But I don't aim .to tackle any un
coccnut milk. j which started out with long pants til I've slept a week and located i
This is because Australian food,: now would be a lovely c if t for a fresh pair of pants -with no air-

New Guinea food, Egyptian foodti six-year-old toy. .,!, J.i plane .shine on the seat Farewell,
Chinese food. Filipino back country: I have had haircuts you wouldn't world. You're on your own for a

I food fish heads mainly, i think believe, some' done with knives spell,

It was all just as simple as that

NOTE v The above does not
include the extremely close rela rela-tionaship
tionaship rela-tionaship Chotiner enjoyed with
Vice President Nixon as his per personal
sonal personal attorney, or the public rela relations
tions relations lectures he gave before the
"Len Hall campaign school" .-
about which more- later.

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STEPPING OUT-Marie Dl Dl-onne
onne Dl-onne of the famous quintuplets
will open a flower shop in Mon Montreal
treal Montreal next month. This is the
first business venture by any of
the quints since' they came into
possession of a $250,000 chunk
of their one-million-dollar trust
fund. Marie will name" the
flower shop "Emilie Salon" In
memory of her sister Emilia
who died in August, 1954.

Young Singer

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33 Ovens
35 Sea eagles
38 Ringworm
39 Ledger entries
41 Measure of
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general
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pieces
92 Meadow

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Southern Senator, ; Photographed'Jet Plane Erupts, Nosedives

With NAACP Attorney, Grabs Film

WASHINGTON, May 17 (UP) I

sea. uun v.- Jonnston, presiding
at a civil rights hearing, yester yesterday
day yesterday confiscated the film of a Ne Negro
gro Negro photographer who snapped a
picture of him with an attorney
for the National Association, fori

Advancement of Colored People.

The South Carolina Democrat

a aid be acted under the authority

of Sen. James 0. Eastland (D-l

Miss.), chairman of the Senate!

Judiciary Committee.
Johnston said Eastland had di

rected that no pictures be taken

alter tne committee hearing start
ed. -

The incident came after the
committee heard a plea from At

torney General Herbert Brownell

Jr. for approval of President Ei

senhower s civil rights program,
including protection of the Ne

gro s right to vote in both prima primary
ry primary and general elections involving

xeaerai ouices.

A guard took away two film
holders from Theodore Gaffney,
a photographer for the NAACP
magazine, Crisis, after Gaffney
had photographed Johnstoa and
NAACP attorney Clarence
Mitchell.

gainst acta or threats to infringe
civil rights.
He said criminal charges often
stir up bad feelings between state

and federal officials.

The attorney general also tup tup-ported
ported tup-ported a provision in Mr, Eisen-

nower s program calling for a

mendments to existing laws to pro protect
tect protect infringements of voting rights

in any election for Federal office.

He appealed for approval of a
bipartisan -commission to conduct

A a two-year study of charges that

Negroes are being deprived of tne
right to vote or are being s a In

jected to economic pressures.

Jeanne Crain Reveals
Husband's Brutality ;:

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HOLLYWOOD. May 17 (UP) 'actress to the floor "and beat her

Jeanne Crain eharged in cour?in front of the child," the 11-page

complaint said.

Into Nun's Home, Kills 11

OTTAWA, May 17 (UP) The! mixed with heavy, wet snow fell
In T i r a; a l .l

pilot of a .Royal Canadian Air

Force. Jet was trying to burn up

excess fuel when, his rocket-laden
plane erupted in flames and

lunged luce a meteor into a rest

on the scene.

Only four bodies had been re recovered
covered recovered by late today.
Mother St Paul, superior of the
order in Ottawa, said 22 survivors

ome for nuns, killing 1? persons were brought to the mother home

itaipn campnej. here.' Four of them were

yesterday that after the locked

husband Paul flnnkmaa out of ner

bedroom he broke down the door

and beat her head against the bed
until she agreed to submit to him.
The one-time teen-age star of

such movies as "Margie"' and

"Cheaper by the Dozen" revealed

in an amended divorce complaint
details of violence- and physical

Gaffney contended the hearini beatings during her U-yearmar-

had iwmihI whffn ha tnnk th. nonage with the handsome jsra

ture,

'the guard who seized the film

said Senate Sergeant-At-Arnu Jo

seph c. Duke would decide what

to do with it

Johnston told reporters it should

be destroyed.

Mitchell insisted the incident

was an invasion of freedom of the
press and occurred only because
Gaffney is a Negro.
The flare-up started after John

ston announced that' the commit committee
tee committee would recess because mem-
bers had to go to the Senate floor

to vote on otner legislation

Most members left but Mitchell
came foward to object that no

NAACP spokesman had testified.
Gaffney then took the picture
of Mitchell and Johnston together.

The regular corps of capitol
press photographers had taken
pictures of Brownell at the start

of the hearing and then left the
room when Johnston said no more
pictures .would be permitted.
Earlier, Brownell, after urg urging
ing urging approval of Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's civil rights program, engag-.
ed in a long wrangle with north northern
ern northern Democrats who charged
that he had refused to testify or
give advice on earlier Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic civil rights bill.
Sen.- Thomas C Hennings Jr.

D-Mo.)v chairman of a special

civil rights subcommittee, said
Brownell failed to submit recom recommendations
mendations recommendations last 'September on a
bill for a civil' rights commission
similar to-, the Eisenhower plan
which Brownell now suDDorts. t

. Hennings said Brownell failed to
reply to numerous" invitations, to
testify before the civil rights sub

committee last fall when it i was
considering the plan.- '4;
Brownef said he did not knew
why he, did not respond to Hen Hennings
nings Hennings letters. 'i
Brownell asked the committee
yesterday for new authority wi wider
der wider Which he could take civil civil-rather
rather civil-rather than criminal, action a-

riage with the handsome

man. .-.A-' v

Miss Crain, 31, complained that
her husband became violent when,
after an argument, she locked her

self in tne bedroom of tneir four-

year -old daughter.

"He broke down the door and

entered the bedroom," the com complaint
plaint complaint filed in Los Angeles Supe Superior
rior Superior Court said. "'She tried to es escape
cape escape but he seized her and beat
her. He grabbed her head while
she was on her knees, forcing it

back until it touched the floor.

Her vertebrae seemed to crack

and she lost consciousness.

"He grabbed her hair and beat

her head against the bed u n 1 1 1
. L J a 1

sne agreed to suDmii. :
Immediately before their sepa separation.
ration. separation. Miss Crain charged. Brink-

man ripped off her clothes and
beat her so severely she was hos

pitalized for several days..
The beautiful -star filed a di

vorce action, a month ago, mere

ly charging extreme cruelty.

Brinkman filed a demurrer last

week stating her charges were
"ambiguous and uncertain,": forc

ing her to file the amended com complaint,
plaint, complaint, "under protest" ,-.-

"I had hoped to keep the de details
tails details secret for the sake of our
children," Miss Crain said in a

statement issued to the press.

She charged he often beat her
"without provocation, causing her
to. faint and suffer severe bruis

es." Once, she said, he threatened

to- disfigure, her so she eould not

continue her screen career.

. .Last December the ,a c t r e's r

said, the Brinkmans- were duung
in a Beverly Hills restaurant with

reiauves wnen sne weni mio a tel telephone
ephone telephone booth to phone "a female

friend." Brinkman "jerked her out

of the booth, dragged her out of

the restaurant and compelled her,

to enter their car.
On another occasion she repri

manded him for striking one of
their children, so he knocked the

i

Miss Crain' further complained

she bad supported Brinkman since

they were married: in ti945.

Brinkman-' also was" accused

his red-haired wife of having
fairs -with other women. !-

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CHICAGO (UP) Forest fires

were fewer m 1955. j

The TJ.S. Forest Service, report reported
ed reported that forest fires in national for for-ests
ests for-ests dropped 20 per cent Their fig

ures .showed 10,462 fires in 1954
as compared with only 4,160 such

ures.jn iw.
Man-caused fires also dropped,

in 135 fires attributed to men
mounted to 5,978 as compared

wimiasKyear s JY3.

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Defense. Minister

disclosed todav.

Camonev said the

jet, returning from an interceptor

mission, nad radioed its base that

it would remain aloft for some time

because its fuel load was too hea

vy for a safe landing.

ine messase went out lust mi

antes before the CF100 went into

a screaming nosedive, of nearly

six miles and t slammed into the

living quarters of the rambling Vil Villa
la Villa St Louis where 33 Grey Sisters
of the Gross lay sleeping last night

Eleven nuns, t-ere killed. A

priest, : cook and, the plane's

i wo crewmen also died in the flam

ing inferno that left only a shell of

the sedate grey stone building, built

oniy two years ago-in the quiet
community of Hiawatha1 rPark, 8
miles east of here. v-, i
: Campney, (addressing the blouse
of Commons, said the." air force
had not been able to find what
caused the crash. -But he said the
plane apparently went into an al almost
most almost perpendicular nosedive from
33,000 feet.
An KCAF hlvestigstor at the
scene said "We mieht never know

for sure" what -caused the plane

to burst into flame, and hurtle to
.the ground., -
Air force personnel and, police
teamed in the day-long search for
bodies in the charted rubble. Sev

eral nuns totoned- prayers while

trans-

tf erred to Ottawa General Hospital

supersonic for treatment of shock, burns, pos

sible fractures and other injuries.
None was in serious condition.
The mother superior said that
besides the 11 nuns those killed
included their cook. Aline Lapoin Lapoin-te,
te, Lapoin-te, 50, and the Rev. Richard M.
Ward, a Royal Canadian Navy
chaplain who ministered to the
nuns.
Father Ward apparently had
been going into the convent when
the plane shrieked down out of
the sky. His body hurtled into a
field some distance from the build building.
ing. building. The impact drove his fingers
into the hard ground up ot his
knuckles.
The RCAF ssid the supersonic
jet, manned by Flying Officers
William J. Schmidt 25, had been
sent out to intercept an unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified aircraft that turned out to
be an RCAF North Star transport
homeward bound from the Arctic.
An air force spokesman said' the

transport had filed the usual fight

pian out mat tne plan had been
delayed in transmission.- ...,'.-

The CF-100 Ganuck ; interceptor

identified tne transport as "friend "friendly
ly "friendly "and was returning to ks base

at nearby Uplands Airport when
it caught fire. The RCAF said it
last heard from the plane "at ap

proximately 10:19 p.m. when its

position was at 33,000 feet eight

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no indication of trouble, the RCAF
said.
The air force said the plane
"was carrying normal armaments
ot guns and rockets." For securi security
ty security reasons, the "normal" arma armament
ment armament was not disclosed.
The exploding rockets and am

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inside the shattered convent,

where the nuns had retired at

their customary time a little more
than an hour before.

the search went OHA,driving rain miles east of Ottawa." There was

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To Die In August Spurns Appeal

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DENVER, May 17 (UP) John er of two small children said.
Gilbert Graham, who insured his "I don't why w should
mother's life and then blasted an maki political rally out of it.
aininer carrying her and 43 other I I don't too why it couldn't stop

persons out of the skies with a

dynamite timbcbomb, was sentenc

eu to die in Colorado a lethal 'gap

Graham spumed niiappeal!irq

cauniy neara a. juage conaemn
him to death for committing the
mr..;t disastrous act of sabotage in
aviation history. It was the first
domestic airplane crash ever Ira Cf
ed to deliberate sabotage.
"1 Relieve I had as fair a trial
as I could have under the cir circumstances,"
cumstances," circumstances," the 24-year-old fath-

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The three ourt-appointed at attorneys'
torneys' attorneys' representing Graham

.were not so sure they could follow
his wish,.- however. They t asked
Judge Joseph M.. McDonald to ad advise
vise advise them whether they should
appeal, Ihfr case anyway.,
McDonald issued an order di directing
recting directing the lawyers to ask the Col Colorado
orado Colorado Supreme Court whether an
appeal should be made.
Graham actually was convicted
only.ofrthe murder of his. mother,
Mrs.- Daisy Km But 43 passen passengers
gers passengers when a United Air Lines
plane blew up over a Colorado su sugar
gar sugar beet field last Nov. 1.
A ttato district court convict-
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signed on affidavit roquosting
that ho bo put to death as soon
as possible.
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On his arrest two weeks after
the crash. Graham told authori

ties he taught $37,500 in vending
monhinav (n onran rxa runno aw V i

iiiai iitiic uiouiaiivvi (ivuv. ico yu iiio
mother's life before planting the
bomb in her luegaee. He said -he

spent $1.50 on six 25-eent policies

minutes, before the airliner look

off. .
During his' trial, defense attor attorneys
neys attorneys tried to prove that Graham
was elsewhere when a man fitting
his description bought the dyna dynamite.
mite. dynamite. : ;

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4:30 ROBERT Q. LEWIS
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6:00 NEWS
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7:30 THE NAME'S THE SAME
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Charles S. Lansiquot, a former
private-school teacher, died in Gor-

gas Hospital last nignt alter Jong
illness. He was 70 years old.
A St Lucian. ha had h a. n

teacher on the Isthmus for more

(nan so -years before bis illness

causea turn to retire. He bad been
ailing for the last seven years.
Mr. Lansiquot is survived by his
only daughter, Elvina. t
Funeral services will be held
tnmnrrnW aftmriAfi t 1 n'nlL

in the- torozal Chapel, lollowed

oy ounai in me uorozal temetery.
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STILL ON TIME
Bostqr:TupTneddfcan
clock of; the Rev. father Byles,
Who was the firit nactnr nf ni

ton's Hollis Street Church still

seeps .perfect time. Made by a
Boston watchmaker in 1750, it now
stands in the old Statu House Mu Museum...
seum... Museum... ..-;.

CASH AWARD Col. Edwin 6, Earl, Signal Officer, USARCAWB, ptesfcnts ft cash award to

. ty poster and slogan contest. Other cash award winners are (left to right): Robert Meyers,
. Bgt. Joseph Colla, Carlos K. Bleberach (second prize winner), MoKray, Enrico Contronl; 8gt. ...
James-Fraser and Mrs. Diana Fraser. .The purpose of the contest is to 'develop a greater.
safety consciousness among Department of the Army military and civilian employes and their ',
.dependents.:-:.'.."- : U.S. Army PhoU)

Singapore's Chief Minister Heckled In London
As He Explains Failure Of Independence Talks

American Legion
Urges Congress
To Probe UNESCO

WASHINGTON May 17 (UP)

CYF To Sponsor
Soul-Winning Rally t
In Colon Saturday
A "soul-winning" rally will be
held at the Salem Mission Church,

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PIPE THIS-Here's a pipe with that Hved-ln feeling. It's on,l
display at the International Industrial Fair in Milan, Italy. J
The exhibitor turned the pipe Into an office, complete withAl
. overstuffed chairs and curious visitors, 1 j$

The American Legion urged Con- Colon, Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.

gress yesieraay 10 maxe a mor- ny the ennst lor Youin euowswp.
ough investigation" of the United; Testimonies and singing by the
Nations Educational Scie at if ici Christ or Youth choir will be
and Cultural Organization before j featured with Evangelist Rupert E.
appropriating toy more money forljone. of Jamaica, L. I., as guest
it. . sneaker.

ism division charged that
UNESCO has been haven for A-

mencans whose loyalty has been

"severely compromised if

submerged'' by- sympathy
Communist objectives L and
world government. 1

pot;

for.
one-1

tv TRAIN TICKETED t vs
CONCORD, Mass. (UP) A
railroad train got a traffic ticket
here. Police Chief Robert E. Kel Kel-ley
ley Kel-ley ordered the action because the
train blocked a highway at a grade
crossing for IS minutes. The law
imposes a five-rainuta limit on such
tram stops.

HI-FI
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AMPLIFIERS

Made in England
No. 1 Via Espana
TeL I-43S2

LONDON, May 17 (UP) -Singa-,
pore chief minister David Marshall,
attempted to explain the "collapse
of the Singapore independence

talks at a public meeting last nignt
but he spent most of the time par parrying
rying parrying hecklers in the audience.
Polio finally had to be called
in t restore -order when the
chairman. Soda I jsf Member ef
Parliament Keririeth Yawn ger, ger,-could
could ger,-could not bring quiet to Conway
Hall. -v.:-';--....-:
. y V" y k -r :
They ejected one. man equipped
with a portable loudspeaker who
kept shouting about the ''League
of Empire Loyalists."

To one' persistent heckler, Mar Marshal
shal Marshal said "I don't know what you
are here for except to disrupt this
meeting. If that is it, 1 would sec

ond a recmesf ifor you .to -get the.

. Ho told the meeting there nev never
er never was any Indication of AmerL
can influence on the talks but
that there were indications Au
trails and New Zealand wWe
making representations.

The talks collapsed yesterday af after
ter after Britain insisted on keeping-control
of .Singapore's external and
internal security to keep Commu

nists in check.
Marshall said his delegation of offered
fered offered Britain full powers to sus suspend
pend suspend the constitution until 1959,
but Britain refused on the grounds
it wanted "a permanent retention
f powers."
"We went far out of our wav but

Britain did not have the courage

to accept our viewpoint," Marshall
said. .;.; .-'; ;':' j-. :;;
He said he did not agree with
the British stand that Singapore
must be retained as a military
base.: ",'::-..-:,..
"In these days of the H-bomb,"
he sidr "loss than-half a bomb
could destroy the whole island
In less than no time.. Singapore
Is a death trap worse than Pearl
.. Harbor.".; ": .-..CM-? ;. .:'..

Marshall, who submitted his re

signation' as Singapore's chief mi

nister following the collapse of the
talks, said more antagonism could
be expected when his delegation

returns nome. ; i

'i "The disease of colonialism has

eaten into the hearts of the peo

ple, ne saui. "5

Panama Line Saili

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The Panama liner Ancoiu is

scheduled to sail from' Cristobal

Saturday afternoon with a full

list of passengers for New York,

among whom are Gov. and Mrs.
John S. Seybold. - ,s
A number 'of other well-known
Canal Zone residents also are

booked to sail for New York on

the Ancon.
Among them are Capt.. Elmer
G. Abbott, assistant port captain
In Balboa and Mrs. Abbott;
Glessle C. Lockrldge, director of
physical education and athletics,
and Mrs. 'Lockrldge- -Wells D.
Wright, assistant designing engi engineer,'
neer,' engineer,' accompanied by M r s.
Wright and their son; and Er Ernest
nest Ernest W. Zelnick, chief of the

Water and Laboratories Branch,

accompanied by M&. wife tint
three U L
passengers sailing ipr Port-au-Prince,
Haiti are Mr., and Mrs.
Nicolas Ascanio and Georges

Marc, ,;,,$. ai i-k

' The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for New York; follows:
Capt. and Mr. Elmer G. Ab

bott: Mr. and Mrs. Norman An

derson and two children;. t Mr.
and Mrs. Rex E Beck and son;
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Benny,
Sr. and son; Mr.1 and Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry Chase and two children,' Mr.
and Mrs. Vera H. Chrlstoph and
four childreni Mr. andrs- Ed Edward
ward Edward J. Cullen; .John Curran?
Mrs. Myrtle O'Amlco; Mr, and
Mrs. Richard r r. Daniel and
daughter;. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
V. Dean and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Disharoon and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Nell A.
Doherty and three children i Mr,
and Mrs. Ralph Ella and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard S.,Engelke and
four children. :
Mr. and Mrs. Webster G. Far-

rell and three children; Mr. and
Mrst Robert R. Fishel and three

children; Mr. and Mrs. Harry D.
Foster and two children: Miss

Helen T. Frey; Miss Rose Fried-!

man; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 8.
Hart and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. John G.' Haky and three

children; Mr. and Mrs. Charles

E. Herman and son; Miss Do Dolores
lores Dolores Herror Miss Olea Harro;

Mr. and Mrs. AlXred Houston and
Mr. and Mrs. William W E E-Hovle
Hovle E-Hovle and three children, t

Miss Clara M. Jeavons; Miss

Katherine Keil; Mr. and Mrs

William H. Kendrlck; Leopold

Lessiack; Mr. and Mrs. Glessle

C. Lockrldge: Mr. and Mrs. J

Douglas Lord and son; Mr. and

Mrs. Raymond H. Luke and

daughter; -. !;

Mr. and Mrs.1 Robert R; McCoy
and daughter; !Mr. and Mrs. Ed

win M. McGlnnls; Hilton B. Mc Mc-Pheters;
Pheters; Mc-Pheters; Mr. and Mr. James A.

Mable and two children; Mr. and

Mrs. Anthony, p. Mann: Mr.
and Mrs. Teddy A. Marti and
three, children; Mr.. and '5Mrs,

cuiford Moore and two thildren;

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 'A. Ran-

court; Mr. ana .Mrs. Paul B.
Richmond and three childrrri;
Mr. and Mrs. Andres Rivera and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L.

Rowley and two children; Mr.

and Mrs. Clifton W.Ryter and
son. ::'.vv iv-v'.
Alphonse Sarapas; Gov. and

Mrs. John S. Seyboldt Mr.; ano;

Mrs. Harry Bnaw; Albert fi.
Shockey; Mr. and Mrs. Claude
B. Smith and two children; Miss
Sara Sokol; Miss Uvy H. Squire;
Mr. and Mrs.- Howard. B. Star Star-kenbers;
kenbers; Star-kenbers; and -two children; Mr.
and Mrs. Thornton A, Stepp and
three children i -

Mr. and Mrs. Roswell J. Tobm
and five children; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank A. Tompkins? "and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.
Trout;' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N,
vandergrift; Mr. and Mrs.; Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm R.. Wheeler and two chil children;
dren; children; Dr. and Mrs. Kay. White;
Mr. and Mrs. Wells D- Wright
and. son and Mr. and Mrs. Er Ernest
nest Ernest w. Zelnlok and three chil children.
dren. children. 1 i

In a salt min 1,130 feet beneath
Detroit drills often tap soapy soapy-looking
looking soapy-looking water that has been there
an estimated 300 million years?

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CASA ZALDO
FOR SALE: Solid mahogany
o. Two night frauds, mnr
print, mattress tad springs,
"odors stylo upholstered couch
and two ana chairs, 2 mahogany
end tablet Excellent condition.
Phono Rodman 3429. $200.00.
FOR SALE25-crclo poreeltia
refrigerarw 3 ft, 25-cycle "Easy
Spiadriot" washing machine. -t-piece
Rattaa Bring room tel.
lamps, 5-pioce oak dinette set,
QM buffet tad dresser, 2 Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala chairs, 3 aluminum Ve Venetian
netian Venetian blinds and other house household
hold household furnishings. Phono Balboa
3673 after 5 p.m. House
5720-B Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE: Simmons daven daven-port
port daven-port bed. Call Bal. 1245 or.
4246. .
FOR SALE; 5-pieces parlor
furniture custom built, custom
coTered dian, 2 platform rock rockers
ers rockers with matching foot stool, I
upright chair with arms. Don't
call or come without $200.00
cash. 16-6226 Qtrs. 333-A Al Alfa
fa Alfa rook.
FOR SALE: Bed ends 1.00, bu bureaus
reaus bureaus 14.50, springs 12.50, dou double
ble double bed complete 29.00, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dining table, 4 chain
19.00, wardrobes 25.00. Other
bargains new and used furni furniture.
ture. furniture. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE,
4) Auto .Row. Call 3-4911.
1
, FOR SALE: Westinghousa auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine 25-
" cycle, lest than a year old. Call
Balboa 1533.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Couch.
Reasonable -price. Ave. Central
17-86, apartment No. II.
FOR SALE: 25-Cy. Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator. Genuine oven
baked porcelain finish inside,
outside 9CF- $100.00. 25-Cy
clocks: Alarm $3.50, waH $4.50.
Complete sdt Venetian blinds,
12-family end apartment $17.50
9x1 0W eongoleum $3.00. Stu Studio
dio Studio couch complete, pillows, coy coy-en
en coy-en $35.00. Porcelain top kitch kitchen
en kitchen table $5.00. Mahogany cof.
'fee table $15.00. Plastic show.
' or curtain $1.50. 4-burner elec electric
tric electric range,' atainlet stool top,
oven. New condition $55.00.
1524-A Gavilan Road corner
Santa Claut Lane. Phone 2 2-3047.
3047. 2-3047. FOR SALE: Chrome dinette
ul S3S.nO Blu. :k..
green 12x15, $20.00. US-cycle
6.E. washer, $50.00 metal chest,
chain, cheap. Phone 2-3335.
FOR SALE: 20" bicycle 25 25-cycle
cycle 25-cycle fan. Ping Peng table, bar barbecue
becue barbecue on wheels, scooter, yard yard-bird.
bird. yard-bird. 561 Hospital Read, Coro Coro-xal,
xal, Coro-xal, 2.1617
ANOTHER ONE
CARBONDALE, 111 (UP)
Richard Blythe, Hammond, Ind.,
is a Southern Illinois University
basketball player .and a new fa father.
ther. father. After taking his first look
at his seven-round non. Blvthe
said: "He waves bis arms like a
basketball player."
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....will repair any kind of walch,
eomnletely guaranteed.

NAT MENDEZ Jewelry

"J" Street No. 13-23

; LOURDES PHARMACY
in U Camae,ullla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
. He. -tv street

MORRISON
to, at My Aea, a j n.
FOR SALE. 1952 Oldsmobile
SS standard shirt. Price $950.'
Phone 3-3195 or 1020-0 Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, CZ.
FOR SALE: 1950 Willys Joep Joep-ster
ster Joep-ster br very good condition.
$400.00. Call Mrs Spiegel from
to 5 Pan. 2-0620, after 5,
2-3062.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Bel Air Hardtop. 11.000 miles,
two tone, power glide, tinted
glass, radio, heater, undorcoarcd,
excellent condition. $1550.00.
Phone Balboa 3673.
FOR SALE: '41 Mercury Se Sedan
dan Sedan with radio, good working
- condition, excellent transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Bargain price $100.00. Ca Ca-lle
lle Ca-lle Juan B. Soca, next to Atlas
Garden, Lexano Garage. -'
FOR SALE. 1948 Crosley Sta Station
tion Station Wagon. : Now tires, good -motor,
solid body, $150.00. Apt.
18, 41-56 Mexico Ave., Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Phone 3-0679. ;
FOR SALE-1953 Pontiac Cata Cata-lina
lina Cata-lina hardtop Excellent condition.
Balboa 3790. -,
FOR SALE: Dodge in good
condition. Good transportation.
Will make good second car. Go Going
ing Going to the States and for a aukk
tale, only $150.00. Then 6-
256. Building 189-A, Gamboa. A
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE r 1953 Triumph mo motorcycle
torcycle motorcycle 650 c.c, very good con condition,
dition, condition, very good tiros. Price,
$300.00. House 371, Paraite
or 25-3816.
FOR SALE: Motorcycle BSA
650 C.C.. sidecar. Will trade for
automobile. JeL 1-5426, Pan-

Educator Claims Readers

Can
kv.w vnnir i mv Th
modern successors to the famed
Mcuutfey Reader- of a century
ago can be just as useful in in-
atilinif nrnnr mnral valuta in. th
younger grammar school set, and
iney auso can am in proper pre-
xpntatinn nt thA Amnriran vnv nf
me, according to a textDOOK au authority.
thority. authority. I. DiwrMnin a Iparlino six-
nprt All fnraicm cnhAnl cvstpme
and head of the international de department
partment department of the American Book
uo., returned recenuy irom in inspecting
specting inspecting school systems in Europe
and the Far East impressed with
the need for offsetting Commu Communist
nist Communist propaganda that distorts
American life and education.
"The Communists are constant
ly trying to depict the United
By Calbraith
w.e a tMailol fnr kraweir-M
piv ......j
word back to that cop!"
' e Panama

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OF OUR AGENTS

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Am. TM No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNlDOS

FARMACIA LUX

Ul total
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' PUA ANCON, QJ..
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
FOR SALE
miscellaneous
FOR SALE r Typewriters, re rebuilt,
built, rebuilt, standard makes, like new,
prices $50.00 to $70.00 each,
Telephone Panama 2-432.
FOR SALE: Three Aguariuma.
Urge, stocked with tropical fish.
Pump, fitters etc. Phone 2-3383
after 3:30 p.m. 043 1 -A Frtugi Frtugi-pan!
pan! Frtugi-pan! St., A neon,
FOR SALE: Accordion 120
Bata 3 Tnble, like new.' Cost
$300.00, will tell for $115.00.
Phone Balboa 2-2785.
FOR 'SALEs 8" Floor' modal
Saw ft-h.p 25-cy, Motor
$55.00. 6" Floor model Jointer
Vih.p. 25-Cy. Motor $125.00.
Steel lockers $3.00. Work
benchet $5.00. Vi b. 25-Cy.
Moron $20.00. Hand tools,
paints, varnish and ether items.
, Weir seasoned mahogany and
native woods m short lengths
far furniture and wood taming.
Many things for a "Do It Your-
self or Cabinet Maker. Ama Amador
dor Amador Road corner Plank' Street.
Back Balboa YMCA. Friday. Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuet-
: day. S e.m.-5 p.m. ?.-.v;-;ikv-.
FOR SALE: Executive metal
desk, with glass. Practically new.
Abo mahogany bookcase, suit suitable
able suitable for office. Phono 3-4923.
Wanted Position
WANTED Young male bllln
gual Bookkeeper with Account Accounting
ing Accounting knowledge fer part-time Job.
TaL 2-2090. (
States- as a nation of crime and
eangsterism, without morals ori
standards, where even the educa
tinn nt children telrpe Tjlara ill a
blackboard iunele atmosnhera of
violence and terror," ne saia.
He cited the new Golden Rule
series oi reaaers as one type
UCOI(UCU w m
building and the basic principles
of morality" and thus give "the
a 'X 1 -. A- IL
oesi possiDie 1 uuwer. iu uitc
cunuiiiK uiuej. .
XMirrrraiwtan mAAtkA 4Ko( tVla POQiX.
ers a iso itu me csusa ui uiui-
kM.iifr.Mi tVlA WAvIrl K fflil Itdal
I Ull UUKUUUh M1W "VI J www
of the most advanced American
elementary leacning lecumqueso
ThM techniques, he explained,
no a thA aKIM1 nam nitistiv And
U9C HIO vta ar vnu
individuality ratheir than the
Unquesnoneu nuiuui uy vi
teacher to teach the basic mor moral,
al, moral, spiritual and human relations
values
"Democracy depends for its tuu-
aA I. ...iirnh ttiA mharWHicihill
ttlCU W OV.llVI V",
ties of and actively participate
in tne nemocrauc way ox me
on an individual basis.
"it cannot lonir flourish where
the educational -system is com
pletely auinoriianan,, v woero uic
child is conditioned from his first
A in ..Siu,1 a ,AMnl vnthnut
uj u. evuw. w .bvvr.
question or discussion every dic-l
iaie oi we icatuci uia uu
. .-.
word on every suDjeci." r
Uncle Sam Finds
American Woman
Is Smart Shopper
By PATRICIA WIGGINS ...U
WASHINGTON -UPW- Tina to
grocers: housewives lika .variotv
On the Counters, want tn cb nrhat
they're buying, and subscribe
wnoieneartedly to "quantity dis discount"
count" discount" theories suggested in price
taes. .
Such, buying preferences showed
up m i iwo-year study in Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. 'Pa..' : suDermarket- The
merchandising pxnprirnpnti
conducted by the Agricultural Mar-
Keuna service and Pcnnavivanio
State and: Cnrnnll ITnhnrcitia.
The Agriculture Dpnartmant ra.
porting the results, noted that the
principles are f just plain common
sense' But it said when applied
in the exneriment "th recnit.
are often, rather startling." .
verrery neipa
Take variptv In nnk tact tha
- f VM w .,
researrhnrx fnunrl that a mmhin,.
tion display of bagged and bulk
appies, pncea m iive-pouna units,
increased apple sales 75 per cent
over display of only one type.
. "Snma PiiRtnmar. nrafanwi tn
select annlea from hulk rlisnlave
others preferred the convenience
of the nackaee." the denartment
reported. "Maximum sales were
achieved by satisfying both types
of pustnmpre." ,....
Again, when only washed pota potatoes
toes potatoes wprp nffprpri. at a nrira enf.
ficient to cover extra costs, sales
were about the same as for un unwashed
washed unwashed spuds. Sales increased

Moral

OR OUR OFFICES

At
ATTENTION & LI Just built
aaedert) furnished apart meats, I.
2 bedreeme, hot, cold watea,
Pheae Peaaaso 3-4941.
FOR RENTr Nicely furnished,
modem apartment t b e d
room, living room, diaing room,
krtchen. Fer 1 months, Juno 1st
to August list.. Phone Paaama
3-4868. ..,
FOR RENTr Furnished or on on-furnished
furnished on-furnished apartment: 2 bed bed-too
too bed-too ms, 2 bathrooms, etc, m
Bella Vista Phone 3-6097, 2-
2504. .i i,
FOR RENT Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, diaing room, sitting room,
maid's room with bath, large
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment all screened, 25
'squera meters (aside apartment
for laundry, drying and ironing,
large closets, garage. House No.
5, Eusebie A. Morales Ave. in
El Cangrejo, corner house. Phone
Panama 3-0579
FOR RENT: furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment; inspected, hot
water, newly decorated, desirable
location. Via Pom 82. Tele-
3-6115. ;
FOR RENTt Comfortable a a-partmentt
partmentt a-partmentt in recently built build building,
ing, building, "El Cangrejo". Telephone
2.2833.
FOR RENTt One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, hot water. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Phone Clayton 6110
office hours, after Curundu
5l..t.r,.";V". ';v.;
FOR RENTr 2 bedroom fur fur-alihed
alihed fur-alihed apartment, tenoned 45th
Street. No. 4-200 ;(5),
Tnpelce. rJ-
FOR RENT: Beat located, ona ona-.
. ona-. room fumfabed epatment. Clean
and comfortable. 43rd St. No.
13. -;...,.-,
FOR RENTr Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom, No. 45
Automobile Row, above Panama
Auto. TcL 31648.
FOR RENT.- Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom apartment. V
residential district. A45th. East,
St. No. 2-l97.- .;; t s
i FOR RENT. Unfurnished mod modem
em modem apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, dinlng-livmg room,
maid't room with bathroom, ga-'
sage, hot water. Phone: business
houn 2-0321. Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENTr Furnished apart apart-'
' apart-' ment, 2 bedrooms, living room.v
diaing room, kitchen. San Fran-
Cisco, 16th St. No. 6. Telephone
3-1188 aad 1-5643.
FOR RENT: Modem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living and
dining room, large kitchen and
balcony, screened, etc. Comfort Comfortable,
able, Comfortable, reasonable price, front Uni University.
versity. University. Apply Ave Jose de Pe Peerage
erage Peerage Ne. 22 (Paaadanal ta
12 m., 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT- Nicely furnished
apartment, including' ref rigeraV
, tar, porch, parlor-diningroom,
, bedroom, krtchen. AH tenoned. -Good
surroundings, $60.00. Ap-
Phr 1 12 Via Belharie Perras near
Roosevelt Theatre.
more- than one-fourth,'' however,
when both washed and unwashed
were offered. -:-
A combination display of medi medium'
um' medium' and lartre-aim npare racultaH
in sales 25 per cent larger than
aaies irom a uspiay of medium medium-size
size medium-size pears alone--
' The deDartmpnt eairl that' Aa.
spite a three-cent premium, toma-
lues ouerea in transparent piasuc
containers sold more readily than
tomatoes offered in parHhoanl
packages that concealed more of
me lomaioes, Mushroom gales In Increased
creased Increased nearly one-third, with in-
ITOQUCUOn at a near nna.nniinrl
pacxage mat gave customers a
oetter iook at tne mushrooms.
The tendency of shoppers to buy
the "bie economy aiza" xhnwprl un
this' way: y. T-.--
Appie sales increased more
than one-third whpn a onmhlnatinn
disolav of thrve-nnnrirl have anH
bulk priced at three-pound units
repiacea duik aispiay. wnen the
package and pricing unit was' in increased
creased increased to fiva nminrla in trip rlia.
play, sales increased 60 per cent
over duik sales.; .. .
If lettuce is priced at two heads
for 88 cant. Ilia rwnnrt saiil a
shopper is "more apt to buy 'the
two neaas tnan one or tnree.
IMPROVED OIKTf
WASHINGTON f!TP V.V.
mos are having ; three times as
msny babies because their diet is
better.. ,:' L
Prof. G. E. MacGinitie of the
California Institute of Technology,
in a renort nublished bv the Smith.
sonian Institution,, observes that
births increase as much as three threefold'
fold' threefold' when eskimos eat "white
man's fnnn" instaaH nf than- tra.
ditional animal diet of whale, fish
ana seaiv -
The Drnfpsenr mailp hi. Kinlnirl.
cal observations at the Navv's
Arctic Research Laboratory at
point Barrow,, Alaska.
"When hunting was the only
means of subsistence," he writes,
"Eskimo women became pregnant
only once in several years, but
With the. new diet, thev hear a
baby about every year."

I. a . . I "?-..

A1T57 "H" STREEtTpANA

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE'
J- P co. do la Osaa At. No. 41
i FOTO DOMY
: Juste AroaeaMM Ave. eae ft,

, FARMACIA VAN-DER-DIJS

M Street So. B
PANAMONTE INN, BOQUETE
ai uuu n.
effen the best in climate, water, water,--
- water,-- food and accammodatioas. Rates
. including 3 meals, from $8 sin-,
ale and $14 -double occupancy.
Who rosorvationt. ;-: :.r.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES end large
- beach house. One mile past Ca Casino,
sino, Casino, talbot 1866
PHILLIPS Oceoasido Cottages.
; Saute Clare; Baa 435. Balboa,"
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at, Santa Clara Beach. Tel,
phone Smfrh,. Balboa 3481.
Swim and relax at Shrapnel's i
beach hornet, Santa Clara. Phono
v Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT
J v ltooms s
FOR RENT. Beautifully fur-
nlihed housekeeping room, dou double
ble double couch, refrigerater, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove, bath
and entrance independent. No. 3 i
52nd. Street. Phono 3-0638.
' FOR RENT: -Rooms $20.00,
$22.50. $30.00. Saba.as.Ca Saba.as.Ca-;rratouilla
;rratouilla Saba.as.Ca-;rratouilla No. 454. Telephone
1-0850 and 2-1508. .. L ;
FINAL DETAILS nf ttia iio;ft n
Elsa Bailed Picific

ZZ ""' cnairmaA ior local-rate employes. Not present when this Dlcture
was taken was William Jump, Atlantic Side chairman for local-rate empSyoH

yplunfeWSrll islc-.Eve-ry.

To Help,' In 1956 Cancer
" r 1 a e1
'.A MPlia Mt MllmiaaU ..... 1 I ' .1

A COnta Of vnluntiepm niimhpincr

well over 200 has begun UiejOb of the Governor-President.
taw!! iI.0Ml. eTery emP'yef M's Kathleen McGmgan, Office
in the Panama Canal organizaUoqV the' Comptroller:
and askino far haln in iqui r&HM,i ... r :

and asking for help in 1956 Cancer
A' UIIll III IV. .. .. .....
These volunteer., are nal-f'n tha
Isthmian-wide organization' whicp
has been net un tn handlM.tha
I t j t j
XSXJFfT?, CpndUJLt!
durine the last half of thi mnnth

bv tha Canal 7n .,nVo7,,i7l u 1 ua icriiuiiais Bureau.
S.-f?mH'1I'- Grayce L. Nadeau, Office
"' ? '"'. i., '-'- '"- '' tt that, sfAMtfimeil rmntnnl

While nn definlta l...
set in inis year s drive,; the com committee
mittee committee hopes to exceed the total
eontrihutinna nf lat wtr kapaiisa
of the heavy expenses in iurnish-
mg unanciai am and in other work
of the committee. ;
. while' the nvprall 'eamnaicn ;la
-
oeing managea mis year Dy lo-
. 1 mar' ...
mra n. BrocKmaa. executive
chairman nf -the, committea and
Cancer Fund chairman, he will be
assisted by several well-known res residents
idents residents Who have heen .aplertn t tn
taxe cnarge ot various aspecu of
the pamnaicm i
The drive on the Pacific Side will
hp under tha direptinn iJt Mrc- Fl.
sa Bailev. who hat heen annninted
'Pacific Area chairman, while Tho
mas peuers is Atlantic. Ares chair chairman.
man. chairman. ; :'; .-'. v-' '.
Solicitation among the local-rate
emnlnva will ha under tha vlira.
tion of Ellis Fawcett, Pacific Side
coairman, ana wunam. Jump, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side chairman. ': V
Brum' Carnpntpp ic'aoaia haad
of the committee to solicit funds
among Business firms and individual-),
and Jamea Hatcher i lab
or representative On th commit committee.
tee. committee. ::ss;-.
Treasurer of the campaign fund
is Mrs. Beatrice French, and Mrs.
Jean Deerwester is secretary -of
the -committee. ;
A'list of the solicitors in the
bureaus and principal offices of ;
the Canal organization follows: '"-

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Ptrgoo Ufcvro I Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
; ; ;v. Via Hum 111

NOVEDADES ATHIS
;.Via fkpaaa Ato.,
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
with two bathrooms, living room,
" dining room, kitchen, porch,
maid's room, two garages and
; Urge lawn at 50th St. and Cam-
pe Alegre. For information call
De Roux 3-0908
F0R RENT: Chalet, 3 bed bed-r
r bed-r raomt;-. living-room, ', maid's
' room, garage, at Bella Vista.
. Reasonable for long term.' Phono
Clayton 6110, office hours. Aft Aft-',
', Aft-', or Curaadu 5118.? : -. v
vF0R RENT.- House No. 93 a a-.
. a-. cross the straet from Paitilla
Airport. $100.00. Telephone 3-'
6860...
F0Rt RENTt. Beautiful chalet.
- comfortably furnished, garage,
household articles, hot water.
TeL 3-5356.
, OR RENT- Vacation quarters
. completely furnished house near
4 'aitilla Airport from June 15 to-
Aug. 15. Reasonable rental to
right person.. Tel. 3-5320 7
a.m.,' t p.m., 6 p.m
r FOR.. RENT.- Modem- comfort--vable
chalet. Screened, 3 bed-
oems, living and dining room,'
t terrace, garage, arc Reasonable
pfice, facing University. Apply:
; Ave. Jose de' Fabrega No. 22
, '(Pasadena) 8 a.m. to 12 noon;
fl. p.m, to 6 p.m." y yr:
BVinait Clisnil 1".. I -a..' l, j.'
irM ir a 3 Aff!..
' miss jessie m. uiii, supply ana
Employe Service Bureau.
Mrs. M. B.' ZeimeU, Ciyil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bureac.
rt- oinun, ncaim cureau.
-WUliam R Graham, TTansporu-
j t,'. r
A. W. Smith.? Health Bureau.
va. wu..aCt.
Showing At Your Service

. J Ilouses.;

B A L B 0 A Air-Conditioned tS:I5 & 8:25

I ,' .aeftti.r a a

frUnr "AN AWWPOI,W STORY

MARIO HT Humphrey BOGART A Van JOHNSON
Ji.A VTHE CAINE MUTINY"
- Friday "THE BETURN OP JACK SLADK"
' l.ar Shnw Tamarraw frriitay) lerSS) pm THE pir; ystAMT

GAT UN
T:e p.m. .
-MARGARITA
: S-se .,
Jane

CRftTORAt MUSICAL IN COLOR!
"PARIS FOLLIES OF 1956"
; ,- .. T FrilT "THAT, t'OHSVTB WOMAN"
I air Shaw Tomnmiw fFrlday) ie-:ie p in. "Pirh I'p Oh Sonlri Slrraf
. f ..fiO "APrHB AMBl'SH" a 'FMFHr.FNCY WTTiniVr."
; SAVM Ctrrr 'TljrhUne; Krntiirkran" a SQ1TTH FArtFtr TWn.".
CAMP-BIERD Dana Andrews, la "DUEL IN THE JUNGLE

MIMMTJM
FOR
. .... .,
12 WORDS v

Position Offered
- JOB opportunity experienced
an d fully : qualified electronic
technicians and outside safe
' men. Apply "Jropeko S.A." with
: refennces. ..;-."
WANTED : Capable, oxperieac oxperieac-ed
ed oxperieac-ed English secretary and filing- )
clerk. Should bo conversant with
Spanish. Apply in person at Pan-
ama Plywood Corporation, Tom -men,
with references.
WANTE Experienced bilingual'
' secretaries with personality. Stenrf
ograpner-Kceptioaist, neat ep- .,
pearance, pleasing awatonality. I
Good salaries. Panama Personnel
. and Secretarial Bureau. Justo A- I
rasemena Ave. No : 34-34.
1466. ;
HelpWahted
WANTED.- Maid to do general
housework, no cooking, must
live in. Call between 8-9 a.m.
and 6-7 p.m. -only. Phono 2-
3546 f
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE. Land, 4200 Mtn.,
fruit trees In" Sajalicos; house- t
hold articles. Hs. 20, 11th St., J
Parque Lefevre.
. at "''-'.ar r-"
PC Employe
Fund Drive
j.
... '' 'V ' ')'
Mrs. Mazia C. .'.Chii7nrnKlr Ta.
ternal Security Office.
Mrs.' Nelma Rommel, Adminie
trative1 Branch. T.
Working with these principal so solicitors
licitors solicitors in the various bureaus wil
be over 200 other volunteer solid
tors, who have been selected b;
the various division and unit headi
mrougnout me organization to SS
sist this year's Cancer Fund Can
m.l ;. ..
throughout the organization to as
P'S
Center Theaters Tonight!

,JHei-
f .ow

Bill ELLIOT A Beverlv GARLAND
"SUDDEN DANGER"
' friitny TO CATCH A'TmrP

POWELL A Edmund PURDOVI
"ATHENA"
FrWoy ,TfnT WMA

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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1SJJ

PANAMA Americas an en-dependent daili newspaper
PAGI SETO
U 5 J i
I Hi !(
CAM70L0
25c i 10c
BANK NIGHT!
THE IRON MAN
- Also:
BOROEB RIVER
t iv an
CZiJTHAL Theatre
75c : 40c
WEEKEND RELEASE! -James
Dean and Natalie Wood, In
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE
In Technicolor and Cinemascope!
12:45 2:18 4:32 6:46 1:11 p.m.
LUX THEATRE
75c 40c
.WEEKEND RELEASE!
Margaret O'Brien & Walter Brennan
In
GLORY
Here's a picture that does young
things to your heart!
Shows: 3:08 4:42 6:52 8:56 p.m.
DHIVE-1N Theatre
60C ni , , i 30c
BOBBY WARE IS MISSING V
with
Netil BRANT & Arthur KANT
CECILIA THEATRE
60c .30c
Terrific European Double Feature
- FOR ADULTS ONLY' ;
DOMENICA (Storms of Desire) :
, Also:
I O
V ICTQUA
CARNIVAL
STORY
. t
v Also;'s
LAS VEGAS'
S T O RY
35c
20c.
25c.
15c
Great Show!
HAVANA CUBANS
Orchestra
- Also: -LAS
VTUDAS DEL
CHA CHA CHA
and
Al Diablo Us Mujcres
THE LONG GRAY
LINE
- Also:
' QUEEN BEE
with Joan Crawford
UNA CUALQUIERA
Princess lleana Hurls Charges

SSPBT1

DECORATED Col. Robert R. Robertson (left), director of the
inter American Geodetic Survey, is, decorated with the Order
of Military Merit in the grade of second class, by Division Gen.
Modesto A..Gulnart Lopez, Mexican Under-Secretary of e e-lense.
lense. e-lense. The presentation was made on April 27, during the
course of Robertson's recent inspection of the IACS Mexico
project and was In recognition of "his magnificent cooperation
to the military cartographic work developed In Mexico, and his
tatest in bVmglng close friendly ties between the personnel
of the Military Institute of Mexico and the United States.

House Leaders Agree To Take Action
rin bllprl School Construction Bill

WASHINGTON, May 17 (UPJ-l

Rep. Augustiiw li. Kelley (D-raj

.aid today House headers ;

agreed to pemrtnou - aw.ir tSnsoort for the

Jrfonth on his long-staUed 41,600 ,000

000 SCDOOi .COOSUUCHUU iu

The measure na uwu

by military air: transport for the

Hnncn rtcnaip wnen u i wuci

i- school construction bill is ched

holed in the House Rules Commitr uiett lor acuon.

. horafMA Cf an sameiimucm.

iponsored by Rep, Adam, Clayton
th n.N v.i i tftban federal

funds to states nulntaLun scg

''R'ST rf iiir with-

draw his amendment, But M'satf

ni u ve the &OUIB a "-

' ... . 1L.

be wul i i -.wn--a1 Th IpAmV eovernmcnt soends

- JimLf haS -all o!W: laderatUiilions 4tf dollars.-ah':eas.m
. U,K j.-ctriMs which eo- these Droerams. ; !. '1

.id To school district which p

irate .wuiiw j '-.,
Kelley.said to his wy news newsletter
letter newsletter to constituents we have
been assured" by Speaker Sam
VrL.. other House leaders

tharihe-bTwiU W brought ,up

for action in June. .
He. said Rayburn has named

SeU Jr. (RJP.a.) s -l16!5'0"?

advisers to we AMe,"V iniPr iniPr-tion
tion iniPr-tion to a conference of the Inter International
national International LaborOrgamzation;sin
Geneva next month.

Amateur Contesti
Movie To Be Shown
At Camp Bierd
The Holy Name Society of St
Vincent's Church, Rainbow City,
well sponsor a midnight show and
amateur contest at the Camp
Bierd Theater tomorrow night at
10:30.- .,..;..,, "-.'.
Special guest artists will also
participate on the program. The
movie will be "Dark City" along

with the cartoon. "Rough and

Wim U1C Cl WUU MVUgu laaaut X visa nwumvi mwuu v jm
Tumble." Prices of admission are chased for her when they sepa

adulU 25

cents.

cents, and children

; "Under arrangements made by
5nenlrir Ravhnrn." he 8aid."COn

"

D niunl! tin

Congress, said next year he will

offer similar amenamems t iwu
foHomi .airi nrnprams a. vocation

al training,; school lunches, and

help for areas wnose scnogis re

overcrowdea oecause oi m

and defense instauations.

At Red Bishop Now Touring US

WASHINGTON, May 17 (UP)

Princess lleana of Romania chare

ed today that a Communist bishop

now traveling in the United Mates

is trying to lure Komanian-Amen

jAcosY cn mznt
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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, Opening lead V 2

cans back behind the Iron Curtain.
She also accused Romanian di diplomats
plomats diplomats in Washington of using re relatives
latives relatives of Romanian-Americans as
a lure to get them back to their
native land. She said the diplomats
bring all kinds of pressure on Ro Romanians
manians Romanians who have become Amer American
ican American citizens. : ;
The princess, sister of furmer
King Carol, told the Senate Inter Internal
nal Internal Security subcommittee that Bi

shop Moldovan was sent to the U U-nited
nited U-nited States by the Romanian

El I

I

MQYIIS TV s HADIO
by Erskin Johnson

HOliYWOOD

Jj-" f "uu. w we romantic hero of the ori-

3-D craze. Now i' may be lady

wrestlers in your lap at the mov movies.'
ies.' movies.' In the flesh yet.

The Hollywood Theater at Lake

Uty, Minn., has .replaced its sec

uui aimed In 1928 . Buster

&eaura s ex-wife, Norma Talm-

uge, wiu nave no part of the

iveaion nim biography starring

v umnor. u Donald takes

a oride in the film it wan't h.

nnA fn.t.i.. MM ;u. ,Mni, Norma, th v.ailAnt t..

yuuivu "A'.T:' feminine wrestung matches. Mov-
mg former Romanians back to the,iM l,Hii. llian ... hll,

theater owners, ; it seems, can't

say the same for movie audiences.
Left with only one really good
night (Saturday) at the box office,
they are coming up with a variety

of gimmicks to find new audiences.
Lady wrestlers may be enterprise

ing, but it's a frightening thought for the $5200 trust-fund question.

it inoy inguio pocome irinoara

uicac vtugi iiiia. v
.Pn.uoll InlH 1h TTnifpH Prsx hfi

does not plan to offer his amend

ment to a pending House oiu mat
would continue federal school aid
tn sra iammeH hv outside Peo

ple as a result of federal activity.

Husband Beat Her

WhilerPregnant j

Claims Film Star :
HOLLYWOOD.' May 17 (UP) -The
'marital battles of Marie Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald and millionaire shoe ma

nufacturer Harry Karl reached

the stage of physical violence she
charged today, accusing her es estranged
tranged estranged husband of beating her.
Miss McDonald signed a police
report that Karl punched her in
the stomach following an argu argument
ment argument mt hia Rpl Air hnmA hpmisp

she came there with the couple's
two adopted children. Miss Mc

Donald is four months pregnant,
she told officers.
Ifflrl thrnmrh ji nnn1rflmjtn de

nied striking Miss McDonald and
said that she moved into his home

from another house he bad pur-

1 d

15 rated several months ago and an

" argument ensued.

it's hard to believe that today's
hand was misplayed by one of the
best known bridge players in the
country. He disregarded a basic
principle, of correct play. He may

not be the only one,: so perhaps a

little 1 discussion of that principle

wui-neip. j -, M: :,.:

Your problem is to limit the
trump loss "to one trick. You're
bound to lose both red aces. How
should -you play the trumps?, As

sume" that you "cannot sec the cards

held by the opponents. What is the
correct theoretical play? v i
The correct play is to finesse

the jack jather than to play the

king. The advantage is small,' but
even a small advantage is better

than none, -v.:
-Suppose that each opponent has
two trumps. You must guess
whether to play the king or the
jack. One guess is just as good
an another! in the lone run.

Suppose that the trumps are 3-1,'

The finesse of toe Jacic wiu oiten

succeed. To play the king wul sue
ceed only if West has the single singleton
ton singleton oueen.

There is also the chance that
East has all of the trumps, in

which case it Is surely better to
finesse the jack than to put up the

king. -.v-v
It's true that you are occasional

lv doomed to failure no matter

what you do, since West will some

times have bom the ace ana queen.

It's also true that one guess is
about as good as another it the
hieh cards are divided between

the two opponents. The big ad

vantage of playing the jack is that

East may have ootn mgn trumps.
If you always finesse the jack

whenever you have a situation of
this kind, you will be far tetter off

in the long run than the playerj

wno aiways piays me sing.

communist-dominated homeland,

She said he persuaded 15- per persons
sons persons to leave Detroit for Roma Romania
nia Romania last week and 13 more plan
to leave next week. But she said
Moldovan has little influence In
the large Romanian colony in
Cleveland.
Princess lleana, who now lives
in Newton, Mass, said Ionel Per Per-lea,
lea, Per-lea, conductor of the Metropolitan
Opera, received letters urging him

to return to Romania for a few
months to give concerts. She said
he refused,

A few months later, she said,
Perlea met the letter writers in

Paris and they threatened to pres pressure
sure pressure the United States government

into sending him home.
Speaking of Moldovan and the
Romanian diplomats in Washing-

nn .k, molA "thai. Ai flint Aidtnnt

lull, ouc a.u .....,.. . . . ,,,:-

refugees-: they know ihey cam ,- "":.;.,
fool them. But they do manage, itVam tie rnm.
most successfully to fooi the oth-' N0W ,T CAN BE TOLD:
ers." ., i ' I' 1
Ck Hf rAAivan urofl cant hftra TV producer 'Albert McCleery

"against the will of the American ifit thought of Margaret Truman
phnrrh" and most eonereeations the old maid heroine of Au-

h.v. -.wtori him ch id ihp J tumn Crocus" months ago. But

Red diplomats also-have tried to hot until her marriage

contact Romanian churches in this, have the: nerve to

roie. :

Bennett and Hln 1 k.

happily married" couple who
won 3400 on Edgar Bergen's "Do
You Trust Your Wife?" TV show

April id, are divorcing, according
to Bergen. He trusted her and
they finished last in competition

"entertainment" at all movie thea

tors.-".'., -;;:
Like the male grunt and groan groan-era,
era, groan-era, lady wrestlers like to toss
their opponents out into the audi audience.
ence. audience. But, honest, I'd even prefer
popcorn in my lap at the movies
to a lady wrestler, v r v
Unless, of course, the lady
wrestlers turn out to be gorgeous
carbon copies of Lana Turner and
Gina Lollobrigida..,

Two UN the aisle instead oi ON

Edith Head about the dnd h

designed for angular Kay Thomp Thompson
son Thompson in "Funny Face": "She'a a

designer's dream. You sketch her

gowns and when she puts 'em on
she looks just like your sketch."

Theater owners are yelling for

more horror pictures. A theater

manager's answer to my "Whv?"

"In the excitement the kids eat

more popcorn."

country but moat priests have re

fused to see them, r
Princess lleana ame to this

rnuntrv in 1950 after 3V4 years of

rnmmnnist control of her home- vinced

land. -She is married to Dr. Stefan! pounds

did he

offer her the

Issarescue, a Romanian refugee..

JtBven aPsraircop sr$
Hurl In Oklahoma
Airdrop Maneuvers

FORT SILL, Okla., May 17 (UP)
Seven paratroopers from the

82nd Airborne Division, Fort

Bragg, N.C., were injured here

yesterday in an airdrop demons

tration at the guided missiles and
artillery center. '. -One
soldier's chute failed to open

properly, and he plummeted about

1,000 feet to earth before 6,000 spec spectators
tators spectators with his chute streaming
behind him. .rr-vr :
The soldier, Oscar R. Lozano,
suffered a broken back and at first
wss believed dead. He was taken
to the base hospital, where doctors
said be probably will recover. The
other six suffered minor injuries.
The seven were among 300
paratroopers from the 82nd yho

maae me arop as a pan oi an an annual
nual annual show. ooen to the miblic.

The remainder of the evont, in

which 105mm howitzers and other

heavy equipment were to have

been dropped from C119 flying box boxcars,
cars, boxcars, was called off to keep from

dropping equipment on helicopters

and ambulances mat went into tne
drop .area to aid the injured.

Another battle of the bulge for
Jackie Glfason. Medics, have con-

him he should lose 50

Sign of the times

note in a Daily Variety advertise

ment: "Wanted. Metres 25 to 40
who can operate an automatic

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riaee for Joan Crawford and Al

fred Steele. This is a blusher for
many Hollywoodites who didn't

give the marriage six months.
Mrs. Leu Gehrig: flashed a big
okay to Wendell Corey after he

Dlaved the famous baseball star

on TVs Climax. Unhappy about
how Lou was played by Gary
Cooper in the film biography, Mrs.
Gehritf conferred with Corey be

fore the show. Pointed out that

Lou wasn't a "dese and dose" guy
but a college man and a lover ol
fine music..'..rv;c..KV".
Jack Benny's daughter, Joan, is
taking dramatic lessons from act act-trest
trest act-trest Agnes Moorehead. NBC-TV's

Lstarlet Pat Sheehan is In the same

class. rV:r;:,.i.
Off the Sound Track: Maxie
Rosenbloom was approached by a

visitor on the set of "Hollywood

or Bust and asked for bis auto autograph.
graph. autograph. Turning to Dean Martin,
the colorful ex-fighter asked r
"Hey. Dean, how da you- spell

Rosenbloom? ...

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Engagement Announced

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Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Mor Morris
ris Morris and daughter, Miss Sonia del
pin Mn Drr and daughter. Mrs.

Garcia and daughter, Mrs. Lasso

and daugnter, agi. Ainenun, me
Rev. Father Wye, and many oth-
are ..

The young couple left on Tues

day on a weaaing ,u-ip w ue
States. v .,.v.-T- r

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raliima tirauM wbmillrd ta trpc trpc-writie
writie trpc-writie font and milled
the fees unlwi Ikied daUy ta "S
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Mr, And Mrs. G. C. Lockridgi
To Atttnd Graduation Exorcises
Of Daughter And Son-ln-Law
-'Mr. and Mrs. G.,C. Lockridge

will said on the SS "Ancon" on

Saturday for a four month, vaca

tion in the States. ;
They will attend the graduation
exercises at the University of Mis Missouri
souri Missouri in Columbia, of their daugh daughter
ter daughter Elizabeth Lockridge Huls, who
will receive a degree in Creative
Writing, and for their son-in-law
Ralph Maurice Huls, Jr., who will
receive a degree in Mechanical
Engineering. f
After graduation the Huls will
spend the summer with the Lock-
nHooc t thsir rahln on White

Earth Lake, Minnesota. Jn. u.. n
Mrs. Huls has accepted a posi- ?""' r.HJ. W. .. . ..

tionwith the Pratt-Whitney Air-,- -h ? ft,
craft Co. in Hartford, Connecticut;!, u!0!1 LP.f ntf .? .hi
,.,K iha v,ntf ..rami will reside the Trout-Hatchett wedding at the

"'"-' ""r : Kn hna I ninn I hiirrh at R n m

Mr. WILLIAM DUNN, Panama Canal employe, residing in
Barrio Santa Crux, Gamboa, purchased at the West Indian
Bodega a bottle of Carta Vieja Rum containing ticket No.
877111. This ticket won the third prise in the drawing of
Monday, May 14th.
The above photograph shows the moment when Mr. An Angel
gel Angel G. Grimas. Manager of Vinicola Licorera S. A. makes
delivery of $1,160.00 in Government bonds to Mr. Dunn.
' This Is the tenth time that residents in. various points of
the Republic' have won substantial Carta Vieja prizes.
(Commercial Notice)

Lorenza Gomez, Miss Anila Chce

thong, Miss Josephine thee
Chong, Miss Irene Drum," MissJ

juei ig, miss ueua cnee tnong,
and Mr. Ernest Lee Chong, Jr.

later in the summer.

Mrs. Trudio Froolsnd Visiting
Son Horo

Mrs. Trudie Freeland who has

there will be a dinner offered to
the bridal, party and friends who
attend the rehearsal at the home
of Mr, and Mrs. W. J, Hatchett.

hvi mjnS son and Pents of the bride-to-be, in Bal-

y, ... m nni

j...HktA.inJiu Mr snri Mrs r. I

MR. AND MRS. HAROLD HTfSOM of Coco Solo, wish to an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Charlyne
Evans, to Mr. Frederick Hartsuff, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Crinkle of Danville, Michigan.
Mr. Hartsuff is In the Navy, and at the present time is
stationed in Adak, Alaska. He plans to fly, to Coco Solo, some sometime
time sometime in. August, and the couple have set September first as
their wedding date. They will be married in the Navy Chapel
at Coco Solo. A reception at the home of Miss Evans paretns
will follow the ceremony. ;

'" l : : :
FOREIGN MINISTER AND MRS. ALBERTO BOYD
TO BE FETED
' The Brazilian Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Aguinaldo
'. Balitrean Fragoso will entertain this evening with a cocktail
party at the Embassy Residence in honor of the Foreign
Minister and Mrs. Alberto Boyd.

Miss Folfon Bocomas .Tho Bride
Of Mr. Bruco Gobrao Porry

Miss Rene Virginia F e 1 1 o n,

danghter of Mr. and Mrs. w. O.

S clton of Ancon, was married to
Ir Bruce George Perry, of Ver Vermont,
mont, Vermont, U.S.A. on Friday evening at
5:30 at the Sacred Heart Chapel

Ancon, with Reverend Father Wye
performing the'cremony. ;;.
The Chapel was appropriately
decorated with white satin r i b b-bons,
bons, b-bons, white roses and carnations.

The bride was lovely in a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful gown of white silk net com combined
bined combined with lace and catin, design

ed by her mother Mrs. Felton,

She carried a bouquet of white or or-,
, or-, chids tied with a satin bow and her
only jewelry were pearls, a wed wedding'
ding' wedding' gift from her mother.
The maid of honor Miss Car Carmen
men Carmen Lasso wore a gown of yellow
with pink roses. The flower girls,

dressed in pink, are the daughtrs

of or. and Mrs. Carlos Calero,

; After the ceremony a reception
was held in the Hall Chapel of the

Sacred Heart which was beautiful

ly decorated by the bride's aunt,
Mrs. John Slocum, who arrived
from Venezuela specially for the
wedding.
The wedding cake was made by

Mrs. iMataua urmin, of Ancon.

Toasts to the future of the young
couple were drunk in champagne,

and a cold buffet was also served

Among the guests were Major

Ruiz, Capt. and Mrs. Shea, Capt.
and Mrs. Dussoult, Capt. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Capt. Fingerbut, Capt. and

Mrs. McSweeny, Lt. and Mrs.

Rayhther, Pfc. Foreman, Mrs.
Winberg and daughter, Mr. and

Mrs. Everson and son, Mrs. Pare

des and daughter Mrs. Caillouet
and daughter, Mrs. Canaleas and

daughter, Mrs. Griffin and family,

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3 Ever notice how childrn
T M "P'y favorites'? Thejr
have their favorto games,
their favorite toysreven their favorite
soup Mora than likely thi$ favorite la
CtmpbtU't Chicktn Notxilt Soup
Every spoonful ia steeped through and
through with the goodness of plump,
tender chickens , slow-simmered to
yield a gleaming broth... with golden golden-yellow
yellow golden-yellow egg noodles and plenty of tender
pieces of chicken addedl Serve Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup today

King Freeland of Panama for the

past montn ana a nan, win leave
the end of this month for Florida
where she makes her home.
While on the Isthmus, Mrs. Free Free-land
land Free-land has been widely entertained.
Change Of Address
Mr. and Mrs. T. Edniston nave
moved to the new Urraca Apart Apartments
ments Apartments where they are now at
home to their many friends.
Visiting Here
Mrs. Sarita Sealy is a visitor on
the Isthmus having arrived sever-

Tbose attending will be Matron

Typijls, Jlenos
Heeded At Albrook

Several clerk-typist and clerk clerk-stenographer
stenographer clerk-stenographer vacancies for both,
U. S. citizens and non-U.S.C i,t 1 1-zens
zens 1-zens are available at Albrook Air
Force Base, it was announced to today.
day. today.
Application forms, SF-57 and SF SF-60,
60, SF-60, may be obtained at the main
gate and may be mailed to the
Civilian Personnel O f f i c e, Al-

DrooK Air t orce Base, Canal Zone,

Balboa Assembly Installation
An open installation of officers
of the Balboa Assembly No.-I Or Order
der Order of Rainbow for Girls will be
herd Friday evening, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Scottish Rite Temple on
Balboa Road. Everyone is invited
to attend.
Abou Sad Shrino Temple
Membership Mooting v
Abou Saad Shrine Temple will
hold a membership meeting Satur Saturday
day Saturday at 7 p.m. at Ancon Masonic
Temple according to an Announce Announcement
ment Announcement made by Robert T. Russell,
Potentate. ; ..
The main purpose of the meet meeting
ing meeting will be to ballot on candidate
for the Spring ceremonial to be
held May 26.
Catholic Leader
Fights Bill To Curb
Odopfion Racketeers
WASHINGTON,' May 17 (UP)
A Catholic leader said today' a bill
to crack down on an interstate

"black market" in babies would

handicap religious agencies in plac placing
ing placing children for adoption.

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By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

of

The Rt. Rev.

'Grady, secretary of the National

j Conference of Catholic Charities,

urged the Senate Judiciary Com

mittee to Kill the bill, it was in

Ever hear

wife?" Well, that'a what Mrs.

Msgr.i John Om Robert C. Paulus of Portland,

of Honor, Mrs. Jo Kent, brides- or. dellvered Xo main gate,

maids Shirley Million, and Adele

Meissner, the groom, s best man
William Nickisher, and Ushers
Jim Thompson, Bill de Ia Mater,
Bill Hatchett, brother of the bride,
and other friends. -

The wedding will take place to

morrow at the Balboa Union
Church at 6:30 in the evening.
Mr. Ami Mrs. Edwin McCinnis
Will Have "At Home"

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Saturday to make their home in

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at the quarters of Captain and
Mrs. Harry L. Bach of Balboa,
2353 Owen Street,' on Friday, from

4 to 6 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m.
No individual invitations are being
sent out. i

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al days ago. Mrs. Sealy is the for-j Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McGinnis
mpr Sarita Chiari. Mr. and Mrs.1 who are leaving the Isthmus on

Sealy are former residents of ra

nama and the canal ione.
Dr. Mastollarl To Attend
Daughter's Graduation
rr Amadeo Mastellari of Gor-

gas Hospital, left by plane early
thi mnrnine accompanied by his

mother Mrs. Nina Mastellari to at attend
tend attend the graduation of his daugh daughter
ter daughter Marta in Boston. While in the
states Dr. Mastellari will attend

a medical conference in N e w

York.
Mr. Jerry Halmin Loaves
Mr Jerrv Halman. son of Mr.

nH m Trvin Halman. Jr.

of Golf Heights emplaned yester

day for Salem, Massacnusseus
where he will take a specialized
business course.
Mr. Boyd Stokes Pays

Mr. Boyd I. Stokes has been

visiting on the lstnmus as i n
n,,oct r.t liio pnnsin and family. Mr.

and Mrs. Robert P. Stokes of New
Cristobal. Mr. Stokes will return
a tha iinitMt States on Wednes

day evening. This is his first visit

here.
Mrs. Trudl Freeland
E In 1

A lovely luncheon followed by
an afternoon of cards was offered
itaelarrlnv at the Driftwood Room

of the Albrook Officers -Club by

Mrs. Trudie Freeland.
ti Mrs Ruth PhlUlDS

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Mrs. Nina Freeland, Mrs. Uttie

Zelenka, Mrs. Betty uernaroi,
Mrs. Florence Yzna, Mrs. Bever-
i rvnlnn Mrs Marffe Tillv. Mrs.

Beverly Schmall, and Mrs. P a t

Paxon.
Birthday Celebration

A birthday dinner was lenaereu

m Rnhort P. Stokes. Monday

night, by her husband Mr. Robert

i alOKeS ai uieu itsmcu"
New Cristobal. The dining room

was decorated with mum-coiorea

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n,.r Mr nH Mrs. RalDh Lam.

Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ender, Mr.

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Mrs. Aldrich Lam, Mr. and Mrs.
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utl i.vaw Mr.' and Mrs. George

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Chong, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ghee
Chong, Mr. and Mrs. Luis Martin,

Mr. and Mrs. Amonio oe neuier,
Mr. Gines Sanchez Balilera, Mrs.

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tion of adoption rackets,

The measure would provide pen penalties
alties penalties up to five years in prison
and $10,000 fines for persons con convicted
victed convicted of dealing illegally in ba babies.
bies. babies. -. j .

Msgr. O'Grady said the legis-

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house guests of. Captain and Mrs.
Harry L. Bach.
Mr. Jules Jacobs Leaves For
Now York v 1
Mr. Jules Jacobs prominent New
York Attorney returned home last
night after having spent several
days as the houseguest of Mr, and
Mrs. Charles E. Ramirez, of El
Coco.
Mr. Jacob's visit was for the
purpose of conferring with Mr.

Ramirez as to the possibilities of

various investments of his clients
in several lines of business in the

Republic.

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Duroose" of punishing ''commer

cial operators placing children for

auopiluu ,on pa uueiaiaic ww.
By extending an ."umbrella" of
federal regulation over adoptions,
he said, it would prevent religious

agencies ,nave Deen penormmg
"very splendid and jnost heroic

service" in caring tor unwea mow mowers
ers mowers and in placing children for a
doption.
Unity Elks Lodge
To Sponsor Party
Saturday Night

Unity Lodge No.' 1084. IBPO Elks

of W.. is sponsoring a "Nite-of-

fun" at the Paraiso Lodge Hall on
Saturdav. beginning at 8 p.m.

Arrangements have been made
for bingo and other games and an
orchestra to provide music for

dancing. The public is invited.

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Leftover stuffing (optional),. 1
No. 303 can Blue Lake green
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cream of mushroom or celery
soup, U cup milk, V4 teaspoon
nutmeg, Vi cup mayonnaise, a ta

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1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce,
Vi cup heavy cream, whipped; 1
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range Arrange slices of turkey on each
pile of beans. Heat, while stir stirring,
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END HOUSEWORK BOREDOM

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after a all. Maqbe it is just thi
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which you hate. t -
At least, hear what one reada
of this column has to say on th
subject:

I have found that mout of-th.

women I know who 'hate house
work' ara what I call 'routiaists.
You know, wash on Monday; inn
on Tuesday, make the beds befon
doing the breakfast dish irn.i

the floor immediately afterwan
. day in anj week out Thi)
deadly routine is what kills thet

interesvm nousework. They waki
up each morning thinking, Toda
I have to' instead of, 'What wouli
I like to?'

I am constantlv told. 'But It

efficient not to have schedules an
routines. Poppycock! Efficiency 1
for the business world and thd1
can have it. f worked for fivl
years before settling down t
housekeeping (in a highly pati

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cream. Pour' sauce over turkey
and beans. Sprinkle on cheese. -Broil
until bubbly and tinged
with brown (about 5 minutes).
. Spa rklinfl Fruit Salad j
(i servings)
One No. 303 can fruit cocktail.

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Follow Reds-Follow Moscow's
Anti-Stalin Line
LONDON, May 17 (UP) The
British Communist party finally

fell in line today with the Krem Kremlin's
lin's Kremlin's anti-Stalin policy switch,
three months after it "was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced at the Moscow Commu

nist congress. A Communist exec

utive committee resolution pun pun-lished
lished pun-lished yesterday agreed that Sta Stalin
lin Stalin was guilty "of serious mis mistakes
takes mistakes and grave abuses."

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Junking Routine In Raising Famih
; "People also told me, 'That's al

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children you 11 see that you've go
to have more system.' ;
"To be sure BABIES DO HA VI
BE FED ON SCHEDULE, AND
ACCORDINf! TO PRDTATRTfl

ANS, THEY LIKE TO HHAV1
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SCHEDULE, TOO.
"But, in my opinion,: childrei
should learn as soon as possibli
that the world doesn't run lib
clockwork and that there's oftei
more to be had out of a spon
taneous game or outing than out
planned entertainment. Mine thrivi
on the unexpected and are new
put out when plans have to b
changed at the last minute."
Well, that's how one wife ha
kept the job of homemaking inter interesting
esting interesting and enjoyable instead o
letting it become a monotonous
routine. ' v
If you hatt housework you migh
try her approach and see if t
works for you.

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PAGE NIN1
CH

THURSDAY, MAT 17, 1938

Former Cardinals Pace
Phils To 2nd Straight
Victory In Two Days
-: : ; By fred down -;
NEW YORK, May 17 -(UP) It's not Roy
. Harney's turn today to gloat over the Philadelphia
: Phillies' big deal with Frank Lane and the St. Louis

Cardinals.
; Harney's face' was beet-red
"Sunday when the first returns
of the deal came in. They, show showed
ed showed that Harvey Haddlx was ka-
yoed in his debut with the Phil--lies
while Murry Dickson and
Herman Wehmeler starred for
th cardinals. It raised specula.
" tion that Lane had. clinched the
deal by promising to send Harney
the' Brooklyn bridge on the. next
slow freight to Philadelphia,
But Tuesday night ex-Card Stu
Miller tossed a six-hitter against
the Milwaukee Braves to snap
the Phillies' 10-game losing
streak and last night inlielder
Solly Hemus, also obtained from
the Cardinals in the deal, singled
with the bases filled in the ninth
inning to give Robin Roberts a
2-1 decision over Bob Buhl.
At the same time the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers tagged Wehmeier
- with his third defeat in down
ing the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-3,
In their "home away from
, heme" at Jersey City. The vie
tory was the World Cham
pions' sixth straight and put
them only 3S percentage points
out of first place.
Hemus, who had. entered the
game at second base in the
eighth Inning, made his first aP-
, pearance at the plate for his new
club after Del Ennls' single a
walk and center-fielder Bill Bru Bru-ton's
ton's Bru-ton's muff of a fly filled the bas bases
es bases with one out. Hemus fouled
off Buhl's first pitch and then
lined the next one into right
,,field for the game-winning sin single.
gle. single.
Roberts, who has scored four
of the Phillies' seven victories
this season, did not walk a bat-
-terand struck ut lOtoturi his
"lifetime record 'over toe Braves

I ,lto 23-12. Buhl walked four and
struck out five. ; V y

FVsrrors by catcher Hal Smith
third-baseman Ken Boyer to
'Tjour five" Unearned runs over the
plate In the fifth inning and
beat the Cardinals for the second
straight game. Ken ;. Lehman
j picked up tils' first win in relief

Torrid' California Heat
Has Robinson Worried
-
On Eve Of Title Bout

By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES, May 17 (UP) (UP)-i
i (UP)-i The weather man today promised
Sugar Ray Robinson some relief
from the heat when he climbs into
the ring about sunset tomorrow to
, defend his middleweight title a a--
- a-- gainst Carl Bobo) Olson at Wrig Wrig-ley
ley Wrig-ley Field
"Cooler but no rain" was the
weather bureau's forecast for the
fight-of-the-year.
Sugar Ray has a horror of heat
' because of his collapse in the 14th
round on June 25th, 1952, while
trying to' lake the light heavy heavy-:
: heavy-: weight crown from Joey Maxim.
The temperature that night in Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium was 104 degrees. Re Referee
feree Referee Ruby Goldstein collapsed be before
fore before Robinson. ;
. The 35-yaar-old champion,-who
(curried out of his camp at Sin
Jacinte,Calif., yesterday because "j
of the baking heat, was relaxing :
today at the home of friend Bill
' Tewnsend in cooler Brentwood, a

suburb of Lot Angeles- j
Co-manager Ernie Braea explain-:
- d, -"It was in the Mid-90's at Sanj
Jacinto yesterday," San Jacinto is,
80 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

Ironically, the temperature here
at Wrigley Field' yesterday noon
was 89, a record breaker for May
. 16.
Braca said, "We feared the heat
at San Jacinto was weakening Ray,
sweating off so much weight it

would bring him down to 156 on
PANAMA

9 feSps ;

CAP FILL YULili NULDS!

although he needed Clem La
bine's nlnthyinnine aid: : 11

- Bob Friend, the N a t lonal
League s earned run leader m
1955, scattered nlne.hlts to pitch
the Pittsburgh pirates to a 9-2
triumph over the Cincinnati
Redleg and score Ws fifth vic victory,
tory, victory, six Pittsburgh nlayers hit
in double figures as the pirates
took over fourth place from the
Redlegs.
Al Dark, Ray Katt nnd
Whltty Lockman homered and
Willie Mays hit a triple and
single as the New York Giants
walloped the last-place Chica Chicago
go Chicago Cubs, 9-3. Don Liddle went
the route for h.'s first win while
Bob Rush,' who has scored the
Cubs' two victories since April
22, suffered his second defeat.
In the American League, the
New York Yankees regained first
place when they beat the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, 4-1. Tom Morgan
pitched 5 2-3 innings of perfect
relief to gain the verdict while
Mickey Mantle hit his 13th hom homer
er homer and Billy Martin his first.
Mike Garcia was the losing
pitcher. ---T----:-
Dick Donovan hurled and
drove in two runs with a single
to lead the Chicago White Sox
to tneir sixth straight win a
3-1 decision over the Washington
Senators. Minnie Mifioso and
Bob Nleman had two hits each
for the White Sox.
Fine relief pitching by Frank
Baumann and Tom Hurd helped
the Boston Red Sox to a 4-2 win
over the Detroit Tigers and Billy
Gardner's two homers led the
Baltimore Orioles to an 8-6 vic victory
tory victory over the Kansas City Athle
tics. Billy Goodman's two-run
double was the big blow for the
Red Sox while George Zuveriuk
made his 16th relief appearance
of the year for the Orioles.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Tom
f.1Morgtn"rhdsf'5 t-nnntMgs'
of perfect relief pitching ena
bled the Yanks to beat the In Indians
dians Indians and regain first place In
the American League, :..
157, instead of the 159-H at which
we want bim to scale for the fight."
Neither can register more than
160 pounds, the class limit, at the
weigh-in tomorrow noon in the Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood American Legion Stadium.
Meanwhile Robinson continued a
13-10 betting favorite to win the na nationally
tionally nationally televised and broadcast 15 15-rounder,
rounder, 15-rounder, and he wav favored at 2-1
in a poll of 24 sports writers who
will cover the fight. Mxteen pick picked
ed picked Sugar Ray; eight, Olson.
, Directors of the Hollywood A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion, promoters of the
bout in cooperation with the to to-'
' to-' levlting International Boxing Club
said the sale of tickets, $146,000
in cash and $25,000 in ordered re-'
servations, indicated a gate of
at least $200,000, a California rec record.
ord. record. ;:. ?,
I Olson: 'will remain at the Del
Mar Club on the cool beach at sub suburban
urban suburban Santa Monica until time for
the weigh-in tomorrow. That has
been his headquarters during the
fiveweek training grind h er c.1
Hawnan born Bobo of San Francis Francisco
co Francisco was not "burned up" like Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, but manager Sid Flaherty
was still steaming over having the
weigh-in at noon tomorrow instead
of 10 a.m. (PDT).
"Bobo won't have time to digest
bis lunch .after the weigh-in be before
fore before he has to get into the ring at
seven o'clock (Los Angeles time,)''
Flaherty complained. "So, I'll take,
him away from that weigh-in at
12:10 even if it spoils the weigh-
in ceremony."
AMERICAN

tf.ftD.S3

Kobbe Cage Champs
Start Preparations
For Retaining Title
Not restin? on the laurel' of

having won the 1955 Panama A A-rea
rea A-rea and Caribbean command
Armed Forces championships, as aspiring
piring aspiring basketball prospects from
Fnrt kodd are peiuni mio u
breaking condition one again
at the Post gymnasium in hopes
of retaining the crown another
year. :
A tri the cast, the 1958 Post
tournament will be under the
supervision of the Post Special
Services officer and will be con conducted
ducted conducted during June and July.
The tournament will consist
nf o ainele round robin with the
winner being declared Post
champion. In case of tie, a
best two-out-of-tnree series win
be played. ;
On conclusion of the meet, ap-
'nrnnrlnte o wards will be Dre-
sented to the champion team as
well as to the individual mem
bers, and to the runner-up team
nutstanriinir nlaver in the con
test win represent KODoe in uie
1956 FAAF basKetoaii league.
All enlisted personnel perform
inr duty on the post are eligible
to participate with the unit to
which they are assigned or at
tached. (
Al Cicolle Hurls
Richmond To 4-HIt
Win Over Havana
Teams
Rochester . .
Montreal .
Toronto . r
Columbus ,
Buffalo . .
Richmond . y
Miami ......
Havana .
Won Lost Pet.
. 19 9
' 19 10
; is 10
. 12 13
. 9 13
; 11 17
. 11 17
. 10 17
.679
.655
.600
.480
.409
.393
.393
.370
Montreal at Buffalo, (postpon..
ed. rain). .,,... f
Toronto at Rochester,, (Post
poned, rain).
Richmond 6 Havana 2 (1st
Game).
Miami 9, .Columbus 3 (2nd
uamej.
NEW YORK. Mav 17i(UP)-i
ThefRlchmond Virginians tif'e
won li games out or zb wus iar
this season In the International
League and Al Clcotte has gain gained
ed gained credit for five of the victories.
The six-foot-three righthand
er, a nephew of former White
Sox pitching star Kd Clcotte.
scattered four hits Wednesday
night lri helping the Virginians
w aown me Havana sugar
Kings, 6-2, Ed Wlncenlak's home
run in the third Inning with a
mate aboard accounted for both
of Havana's scoring.
The Miami Marlins jumped on
the Columbus Jets for a pair, of
victories, 3-2, and 9-3 in the oa oa-ly
ly oa-ly other action. Montreal at Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo and Toronto at Rochester
were postponed.
The twin victories enabled the
Marlins to move out of the cellar
into a sixth-place tie with the
Virginians, while the Sugar
Kings dropped- into last place. A
pair of home runs in the ; first
game by ex-major leaguer Sid
Gordon paced the. Marlins to
victory, while in the second
game, Miami batters pasted a
trio of Columbus pitchers for an
easy win.
Along The Fairways
KAY PURDY WINS RINGER
TOURNIY AT PANAMA GO
.CLUB
-'' Mrs. Kay Purdy won top honors
in the 6-weeks ringer tournament
which ended al Panama Golf Club
on April 30, taking both the low
sross prize with a very fine 65 and
the low-net with69.
( '.
Runners-up were Irene Robinson
and Sylva Carpenter, tied at net 60.
Katie Call with net 62; and Penny
Da me II and Nellie Peterson with
net 63's;
The Panama players appreciate
very much the kindness of Jack
Shor for adding a bottle of House
of Lords scotch, and Bill Doel of
Agenda Doel for adding a bottle
of Harvey's Bristol Cream Sher Sherry
ry Sherry to the prizes for this tournament.
Players from other clubs jn the
Isthmus are reminded that" every
Tuesday is Ladies' Day at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club. Come on out and
join in the fun.
Ifotoy Encanto .25 J5s
nraiinnt sm nn m
Humphrey Bogart, in
'The Left Hand of God"
Bette Davis, in
, "THE STAR"
rotor IDEAL JO JO
Randolph Scott, in
"BOMBARDIER"
Robert Armstrong, In ;
-SON OF KONG"

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, FLIES 'Dave Sime broke the world 220-yard low hurdles record with- 22.2 seconds. In the
same meet, the 190-pound Duke rophomore ran the 100 in 9.4, the 220 in 20.3, took second
place in the broad jump and third in the discus.

Cardinals Trade Bill Virdon
'.' k
To Pirates For Two Players

Cristobal High Cops 59-58
Thriller Over Junior College

. STANDINGS
Inlerscholastic Basketball
Won Lost Pet,
Balboa High 4 10 1.000
Cristobal High .... 2 2 .500
Canal Zone J.C. ... 0 4 .Q00
i TUESDAY'S RESULTS
C.H.S. 59, Junior College 58
' Next Game (Fr'day at Balboa)
. CZ.J.C. vs Balboa High.
By TREVOR SIMONS
' The canal Zone Junior College
quintet fought valiantly to break
into the win column, but their
net reward for their efforts was
only a close, 59 to. 58 defeat at
the hands of their, hosts, C.H.S.
and a permanent spot in the cel cellar
lar cellar of the '56 Jnterscholastic cage
play.1 i -
,The win for the defending
champs, C.H.S., kept alive- their
slim hopes of retaining their oft oft-won
won oft-won basketball championship.
The hopes, however, are strictly
mathematical as Balboa High
has now but to win one more
game to cinch their, fh-st' crown
in six years.
Little Sammy Morris was red
hot onee more as the Tigers
scored their victory over J. C
Morris netted eight field goals
ana had nine for ten record from
the free: throw Jine. H"is 23 points
Tuesday night brought hla sea
son total to 88, or an average of
S2. points per game. The only
game in which Morris, the small smallest
est smallest player In the loop,' was not
hitting was the previous J.C. J.C.-C.HJS.
C.HJS. J.C.-C.HJS. encounter in which he ac
counted for only 8 points. How
ever,: his tremendous scoring in
the other three Tiger contests
has managed to keep his record
of 22 points looking very im impressive.
pressive. impressive. Robert Lowe added to
the Cristobal attack with 15
points, followed by Eddie Smith
who netted nine.
, The two Junior College cagers
who sat out the May 1st game
at Balboa against Cristobal, jack
Corrigan and Ramon Quezada.
staged a two-man attack, aealnst

Cristobal In an effort to tackLfimlth

Tuesday night'a game onto th
win column, corrigan led the
scoring with ; 23 points,; while
Quezada had 22 for his night's
work, accounting for 45 of J.C. 'a
58 points. "' v ;r -.
Tuesday night's, contest was
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probably the best seen this year
as neither J.C. or Cristobal were
able to pile on any sizeable lead
at any time during the game.

College led by a slim 2-point
margin at the end of the quarter,
16 to 14 and managed to grasp
tightly to still one point at the
half time when Cristobal trailed
31 to 30.
The Tigers seemed to get roll rolling
ing rolling in the third quarter, and for
a short while, seemed to be run running
ning running away from College. Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's 53 to 44 lead at the end of
that stanza was the widest mar margin
gin margin that separated the two ouln
tets. But Junior College wasted
no time as the teams swung In
to the homestretch and quickly
cut down on Cristobal's third
quarter advantage.
The third quarter, however.
proved to be decisive in the end.
College outscored the Tigers 14 to
6 la the final period of play, fall
Ing only one point short of a tie,
and a pair more for victory as
Cristobal won it 59 to 58.
Balboa-J.C. Contest Slated For
. Friday
Tomorrow night,, at Balboa,
Canal Zone Junior College will
again take the floor against Bai
boa High. Balboa will be looking
ior the '56 championship- as they
face J.C, as yet without a vic victory
tory victory this year.. Both previous J.
u-b.h.s. games have been hotly
contested and Balboa has only
been quoted slight favorites over
J.C. for Friday's game.
The box score:
Junior College
Blackall. ,,
pr fs pf tp
2
2
Rlgby
Quezada
4 22
Corrigan .. .." ;. '.." 7
Fogel .. ..' .. 3
Woods ,, o
3 23
4 7
0 0
19 20 15 58
Cristobal High
Morris
t 4 25
Robnett :
Hawthorne
Lowe .. .,
Bazan ;
Palumbo
21 17 20 59
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PITTSBURGH, May 17 (UP) -The
Pittsburgh Pirates today ob

tained St. Louis Cardinal outfield
er Bill Virdon, 1955 National League
rookie of the year, in a trade for
pitcher Dick Littlefield and out
fielder Bobby Del Greco.
It was a straight two-for-one
player deal with no cash involved.
The trade was completed by
telephone late last night by Pir Pirate
ate Pirate general manager Joe Brown
and Frank Lane,, the Cardinal
general manager who started
the wheel moving in the trans transaction
action transaction on -a flying trip to Pitt Pittsburgh
sburgh Pittsburgh late last week.
The bespectacled. 24-year-old is
expected to break into the Pitt Pittsburgh
sburgh Pittsburgh starting lineup at center
field, the same post he held with
St. Louis. He was expected to ar
rive in Pittsburgh sometime' today
but may not be here in time to go
into action against Chicago to-
nisht. v
- In "acquiring 'Littlefieldr the
Cards added a left-hander who won
five and lost 12 in his first full sea
son with the pirates last year. He
appeared in six 1956 games, pitch pitching
ing pitching 20 innings, but was unable to
complete the .two games ne siari
Del Greco caught Lane's -eya
last Sunday when he hit two
home runs against the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phils to pace Pittsburgh In
its victory In the first half of a
doubleheader. Used mainly as
a defensive outfielder,, however,
he batted .200 in 20 timas at bat
in 14 aam'ei. -pi
Before the 1956 season started,
Pirate manager Bobby B r a g a n
praised the native Pittsburgher
as having "only two defensive
peers in centerfield Willie Mays
nH Duke Snider." Bragan had
Tu Greco nlaving for him at Hoi
lywood part of 1954 and all of 1955.
Lead Regainer
New York
Martin 2b ..
Ab R II Po
4 2 2 3
Collins rf ........ 5
Mantle cf 4
Berra c ...... 3
Robinson lb.
a-Skowron lb
Bauer If .....
McDougald 3b
McDermott p
Morgan p ....
Rizzuto ss ...
Totals
37 4 13 27 10
Cfeveland
4
1 Busby If

5 2 SlAvila 2b ....
0 5 6 Rosen 3b ...
0 5 4 wertz lb .
3. 1 15 smith If ....
0 3 O .colavito rf ..
0 0 O'carrasauel ss

Hegan c . .
b-Naragon e
uarcia p
Daley p
McLlsh p
c-Lovklin
Mossl p
0
0
0
Totals
' a Filed out
28 1 3 27 10
for Robinson In
8th. s ..
b-Flled out for Hegan In 7th.
c Filed out for McLish in 7th.
iNew York
' 100 011 1004
000 100 0001
(Cleveland
SUMMARY Errors: r Wertz,
Rosen. RBI:. Martin,- Colavito,
Rizzuto, Mantle, Berra. HR:
Martin, Mantle. Sacrifice: Rizzu Rizzuto.
to. Rizzuto. Sacrifice fly: Colavito, Berra.
Double-play; Rizzuto to Martin
to Robinson. Left on base: New
York 15, Cleveland 5. Bases on
balls: McDermott 4. Garcia 2.
Daley 1, McLish I, Mossl 2'. SO.:
Morgan 3, Garcia 3, Daley 1, Mc Mc-Ush
Ush Mc-Ush 1, Mossl 1. Hits off McDer McDermott
mott McDermott 3, in 3 1-3, Morgan 0 in 3 2 2-3,
3, 2-3, Garcia 7 in 4 1-3, Daley 3 in 2

1-3, MCLisn i in z-3, mossi 2 KVbag for 130 hours nonstop before

2. Runs ana earned runs: Mc-
Dermott 1 and 1, Garcia 2 and 2,

uaiey i ana 2. hu, oy pucn: ua-.A

ley
nit Berra. wp: Morgan (l

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

national League'
Teams-1 '",' W 'L
Pet.
.647
.625,
.609
.545
.542
.458
.318
.250
GB
Milwaukee .' .11 6
St. Louis .15 9
Brooklyn . .14- 9
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati ;
New York .
Philadelphia
Chicago
,12 10
.13 11 1
U 13
. 7 15
. 9 15
2
2
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TODAY'S GAMES
Milwaukee at New York (N
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N "'
' Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 000 020 010-3 6 3
New York 100 341 OOx 9 13 2
Rush (2-2). Hughes. Brosnan,
Kaiser and Chlti.
Liddle (1-0) and Katt.
Cincinnati 020 000 0002 9 0
Pittsburgh 000 500 SJx 9 14 1
Nuxhail (0-3), -Acker, jerrcoat
and Bailey.
Friend (5-2) and Shepard.
(Night Game) f
Milwaukee 000 001 0001 8
Philadelphia 000 000 0112 7
Buhl. (2-2) and crandau.
Roberts (4-3) and Lopata.
(Night Game)
St. Louis 003 000 0003 7 2
Brooklyn 000 500 00x 5 8 1
Wehmeler (0-3), McDaniel and
Smith.
Craig, Lehman (1-1), Lablne
and Campanella.
Leaders
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 50 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and Club g ah r h pet
Repulskl, St. L. 20 65 17 29 .446
Bailey, Cincl. 19 55 10 23 .418
Long, Pittsburgh 24 91 18 37 .407
Bruton, Mil. 14 50 15 20 .400
Boyer, St. Louis 23 93 22 37 .398
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, N. Y. 27 100 28 40 .400
Maxwell, Det. 20 66 16 25 .379
Boyd, Baltl. ? 25 58 9 21 .362
5ernert, Bos. 22 73 13 26 .353
Lollar, Chicago 20 68 10 24 .353
HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yankees .,..13
Berra, Yankees .10
Post, Redlegs ...t.. 9
Thomas, Pirates , 8
Boyer, Cardinals 8
Banks, Cubs 8
Gernert, Red Sox 8
RUNS BATTED IN
Berra, Yankees 29
Mantle, Yankees ........ 27
Boyer, Cardinals 4
Lemon, Senators ........ 21
: Gernert, Red Sox i.' 20 20-Jablonskl,
Jablonskl, 20-Jablonskl, Redlegs ,A..,. 20
RUNS
Mantle, Yankees ....... 28
. Boyer, Cardinals ....... j 22
Yost, Benator 21
Moon,-Cardinals ........ 21
Berra, Yankees ....... w 19
HITS ''
Mantle, Yankees 40
Boyer, Cardinals 37
Lohg, Pirates 37
Kuenn, Tigers 36
Moon,- Cardinals 34
Berra, Yankees . ...... 34
PITCHING
(Based on 3 Decisions)
W L Prt
Ford, Yankees 5 0 1.000
Lawrence, Redlegs ... 4 0 1000
llLarsen, Yankees ...... 3 0 1.000
0 Freeman, Redlegs .. .. 3 0 J.000
O Newcombe, Dodgers -r- 5 l .833
1 1 Lemon, Indians 5,1, .833
Ex-Bag Punching
Champion Falls
To Death In Sleep
BRISBANE, Australia. May 17 17-(UP)
(UP) 17-(UP) Cyril (Sandy) Moore, 40,
who once held the world bag
punching. title, fell 80 feet to his
death last night when he rolled ov over
er over in his sleep and fell through an
open window. e
Moore's bed was next to a win window;
dow; window; When he rolled over he plung plunged
ed plunged through the open window and
struck three roofs and a clothes
line before striking a concrete
yard. His skull was smashed.
Moore, father of seven children,
was in training to regain the rec record
ord record when he was killed. He set the
record last year by punching a
collapsing in the arms of his wife.
The record lasted only two hours.
pupu. Kon Kounaid, z, set' a
new record of 131 hours and 20

American League

Teams W L ".. Pet. GB
New York .: ,; .17 10 .630
Cleveland i ilSJO .,600. 1
Chicago
.12 8 .600 Vt
Boston l '.
Baltimore
Washington
Kansas City
Detroit
.12 11 J22 ,3
-14 14 .500 34
.11 IS '.423 5'i
i 9 15 J75 6,
. 9 16 -.360 7
TODAY'S GAMES"''
New York at Chicago-
Boston at Kansas city (N)
' Baltimore at Detroit N)
Only gam.es scheduled,
I YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 100 110 1004 13 0
Cleveland 000 100 0001 3 2
McDermott, Morgan (1-3) and
Berra; '.- ;-ht
Garcia 2-3), Daley, McLlsh,
Mossl and Hegan, Naragon.
Boston 002 0101004 9 0
Detroit 100 010 0002 7 1
Parnell. Baumann ri-ii Hurd
and White..
Lary (1-5). Masterson. and
House. ,
Baltimore ofln nen n9na m a
Kansas City 010 200 021 6 '15 2
Pauca 2-4). Moore. Zuverlnk
and Smith.
LaSorda (0-2). Gorman, irret.
low, Burtschy and Thompson.
Washington 000 000 0011 6 0
Chicago 000 200 10X 3 7 0
Griggs (0-1). Ramos and Ber-
beret
Donovan (2-0) and Lollar.
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A (UP)-A plain little woman accused of
- embezzling almost' S milhon dol dollars
lars dollars went on trial yesterday on the
first of IS indictments against her

and pleaded innocent A jury was
quickly cbosen.
' The first Indictment in a com
- plex case built up against Miss
Minnie C Mangum, 52, dealt wiin
alleged false reports she filed as
to the financial-conditions of the
savings firm where she worked.
The mail theft charges, one
accusing her of embetxting more
- thai H.BOO.OM from the firm
and another saying she made off
with $2,884,K7, are to be tried,
later. The million-dollar indict indictment
ment indictment is scheduled for trial Mon-
flay.
' As the first trial opened Com
monwealth Atty. Lutwood B. Tabb
Jr. said he had a statement from
. the woman that she admitted mak making
ing making a false report to the State
Corporation Commission about the
assets and liabilities 01 ine com'
monwealth Savings and Loan Assn
' Miss Mangum worked for the
' firm for 28 years and while her
salary never got above $9000 a
year the state contends she was
taking -out current, and surplus
funds all that time to make gifts
to friends, charity and relatives.
. She wa arrested last Decem December
ber December after an auditor overheard
her rebuke a young woman as assistant
sistant assistant who challenged her pecul peculiar
iar peculiar book-keeping system.
Miss Mangum had advanced to
bead book-keeper and as a u c h
made the firm's financial report
to the state as required by tne
liwi sovernine such institutions.
Defense attorney Joseph Baker
admitted "the erJstence of the
statement cited by Tabb but call called
ed called it a "denial'1 rather than an
admusioa. ; v ,
He said Miss Mangum said in
the statement she gave or loaned
money to i friends or neighbors
whereas Tabb said sht admitted
flatly "giving" money to such tfer tfer-onsv
onsv tfer-onsv Miss Manmim, who has .been
free in $50,000 bail since her ar arrest
rest arrest Dec. 29, came to court wear wearing
ing wearing simple dark blue summer
dress, white lace collar and a blue
straw hat.
She was pale without makeup
hut aoDeared calm as she s
silently listening to the clerk read
the three-count nrsi indictment,
l!pn-Parli$an Lawyer
Becomes Argentine's
Education Minister
BUENOS AIRES, May 17 (UP)
Argentine President Pedro E. A A-ramburu
ramburu A-ramburu swore in a non-partisan
attorney today to replace a mili militant
tant militant Catholic as minister of Educa Education.
tion. Education.
" The government .hoped the move
would settle a student conflict that
has blown into a major political
quail. i
Carlos- Adrogue, 54, assumed the
education post in place of the con
troversial Catholic lawyer. Atilio
nister has been the object of a na
tion-wide conflict between rival
student groups that has brought
riots and barricades to Argentine
campuses.
Del'Oro Maini has maintained
that the Catholic church and priv
ate groups may establish private privately
ly privately supported colleges and univer universities,
sities, universities, while one faction of stu students
dents students claims that all schools should
be the property' of the state.
Aramburu accepted Del'Oro Mai Mai-ai's
ai's Mai-ai's resignation last night. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, students demonstrated a a-fainst
fainst a-fainst the minister in Plata De
Mayo, chanting slogans and wav waving
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FRENCH ROUND UP REBELS IN ALGERIA A French soldier (center) has one Algerian
rebel suspect by ; the collar, while other Arabs come in hands up to be searched by police
during a cleanup in Cohstantine. : ? -

Sea-level Garial Pfoiect To Be Feature
Of Albrpok s Armed Forces Day Exhibits

The thousands of .visitors to
the center of Armed.Foroes Day
activities Saturday on the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side at Albrook Air Force
Base will have an opportunity to
get a comprehensive picture of
the sea-level canal, .project in
which interest has Vert recently
stimulated.' ,.
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An exhibit- of several models
built during the Isthmian Canal
Studies of 1947 is being prepared
by the Panama Canal organiza
tion as part of its parucipauon
inis year in Aruiea,r uii;t: uj.:
In addition to the exhibit, a
special performance will be Bl'en
by the crack roxu arm team oi
Balboa Hitch School. This ten
minute exhibition is scnedulea to
begin at 4:05 o'clock Saturday
afternoon. The ; drill team has
elven many public demonstra
tlons of its intricate maneuvers
and is always a popular feature
of ROTO acUvtties.
Lost And Found
Department Yields
Missing Jewels
BEVERLY HILLS.' Calif. .J May
17 (UP) Police today located
$100,000 worth of Jewels reported
missing by Albert 'Warner, .72,
one of the brothers who recently
sold control of Warner Bros. StU
dlo for 20 minion dollars.
Officers said they found .- the.
jewels in a routine check at the
lost and found department of
the Beverly Hills hotel where the
movie man had been staying.
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The Panama Canal will have
on exhibition six scale models.
The largest of these will be mod
els of the Panama Canal as It Is
today and the companion modej
snowing aeiauea features 'or a
sea level Panama canal
One of the most Interesting
and Intricate models of those on
display is a sectional man show
Ing the principal geological tor-
mauons or the Galllard Cut a
rea. The various types of rock are
painted in different colors and
tne model is made up of thou thousands
sands thousands ot small strips ; of wood
which can be removed to show
the underlying strata.
WELL. TOW Met DOWN-A
Navy HSL-1 helicopter tows a
S 00-ton; floating yard salvagi
derrick to prove the advantage
of using helicopters for aerial
mine sweeping. The great tow towing
ing towing capability of the Bell anti anti-sub
sub anti-sub helicopter drastically ra,
duces the element of danger to'
personnel and equipment in
keeping the sea lanes open.
FOREST FIRE METERS
BOSTON wUP) Massachu
setts has adopted a new idea-in
its effort to curb forest fires. At
SO strategic points along state
highways, signs will be posted
bearing a picture of a meter with
an--arrow pointing to tne forest
fire danger rating for the day.
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A model of special Interest will
be the tidal regulating structure
proposed for the Pacific entrance
to aid shipping during high and
low tides in the pacific. This
shows the tidal lock and the
navigable pass with its movable
barrier which wolld be used dux.
Ing slack tide periods.
There will be two models in
the exhibit which demonstrate
the method proposed in the
Isthmian Canal Studies for the
dry excavation.
An ingenious mehod was Tiro-
posed in the recommendation by
which nearly half of the mate material
rial material to be removed for a sea level
canal could be Jnoved by dry ex excavation,,"
cavation,," excavation,," '
The Panama Canal exhibit will
be located In Hangar 2 at the
base and Canal personnel -will
be on v duty- at the exhibit
throughout the day to explain
the models and answer any ques
tions. -,.
Coco Sold Planes
Keep Radar Eyes
On Ocean Shipping
The air' arm ofj this' United States
navy in the Canal Zone is center
ed at Coco Solo Naval Station.
With this facility as their logistic
supporting base, great Navy pa patrol
trol patrol planes can send their far reach reaching
ing reaching radar "eyes"- into the oceans.
Although these flying boats are
primarily antisubmarine patrol
craft, they are able to keep a
trained eye open for naval and
merchant shipping. ;
The information gathered on
these missions is of great assist assistance
ance assistance in helping to protect this vital
area, '?..',..
Upkeep of the -squadrons based
there is the job of the Naval Sta Station
tion Station under the command of Capt.
James G. Craig, TJSN.
1 Furnishing supplies of clothing
and equipment fall on the station's
shoulders. For each man in the
air, it takes many men of .the
ground to furnish the needed sup sup-port
port sup-port . ..
Flight Operations are a part of
the base facilities for planes sta stationed
tioned stationed there as well as visiting
aircraft,
These men In "the tower over
looking the landing field hold a
great weignt. Theirs is the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of seeing that the plane
receives his take-off and landing I
instructions. They direct ground
controled approaches in foul weather.---
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They track and identify planes
in the area and keep the landing
field running with a minimum of
confusion.
Logistic support is a huge job.
and Naval Station Coco Solo hand handles
les handles that job efficiently.
Panama and Canal Zone resid
ents are invited to see this base in
operation when they present their
Annual Armed Forces Day Open
House, Saturday, from 8.30 a.m.

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Chief,
ALGIERS, Algeria, May 17
(UP) French troops trappea
and killed outlaw "chief of the
desert" Si Mustapha today in .a
fierce Sahara battle.
x Si Mustapha and 250 of his
men- were attacked by Spahi
troops and young reservists from
France in tne Sahara Desert 210
miles south of Algiers. The chief
and 51 followers were killed.
j
Reports from neighboring
Tunisia said a second rebel
general, Mostafh Ben Boulaid,
had been killed durng a battle,
with French soldiers on May
10. However, officers assigned
to identify the corps said the
report wag false and that the
Arab leader, had actually es escaped
caped escaped once more.
Ben Boulaid, a 39-year-old for
mer truck driver, was one of the
leaders of the Nov. I, 1954, up
rising which touched off the Al Algeria
geria Algeria rebellion. He escaped fro t
prison last whiter and resumed
command of rebel bands in the
wild Aures Mountain sector.
French troops claimed 250
rebel dead in the Algerian
figtinc- last, night and today.
The figure was. one of .the
highest 24-hour' 'death tolls
since the start of the hit-run
battle for Alger'an indepen independence.
dence. independence. "
The Sahara clash with SL Mus
tapha's men was one of the most
vicious battles in recent weeks
It spread across the sands near
the wilderness site of a statue
commemorating tne May is, 1843
victory of Due D'Aumale Over the
Emir Abdel Kader. ..
Si Mustapha V earner caravan
carried arms from the east, serv
ing as a. link between the out outlawed,
lawed, outlawed, nationalist army in east
ern Algeria and other bands of
rebels in the west." ,r; T
The arvan was trapped Tvlth
the help of two young shepherds
who wer kldnancH bv V, Musta.
pha's band Mondays They es
caped after ; a third kidnaped
shepherd was tortured to death,
and guided French troops to the
trail of the caravan.
Anthony Eden
Will Visit ;
Down Under
LONDON., May 17 (UP) -Iprim
Minister Anthony Eden announce I
yesterday he will visit Australia
and new Zealand earlv next vear.
The trip, at the invitation of the
two governments, would Bive E-
den another opportunity to see
President Eisenhower in Washing Washington
ton Washington should he choose the -western
flight route.
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bow of the steam schooner Howard Olsen after the vessel was cut hi Thalf Shin'ttiiiH 5
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Harry Truman Places Red Roses On Grave
Of 24 Unknown "Soldiers WWaWaW
SURESNES. Franca.- Mav 17 nv irr.. j.. lIJ.' '-''.' :";;;' '-;i yr

(UP)- Harry S. Truman made a
solemn pilgrimage todav
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mencan comrades
back from World War
i-urope since rotsaam..
He drove out from Paris over
m.rfanni rn.l Vfc Z, Z
sun-dappled roads this morning to
here and walked among the grave-'
stones a American soldiers of two
generations.
Ohvinnslv Till! hf 4ha fhnnohta
J that make old soldiers somber he
Placed red ftftM nn nm. wave.1'
stone. It marked the burial place
of 24 men who died m World War
II and whose names are unknown.
the gesture was a personal of-f
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labor Parly Won't
Press Anlhcny Eden
For Expknalion ;y
NEW YORK,- May 17 (U) -The
head of the British Labor par
ty saia toaay no wut not press
further for an explanation of the
mystenous disappearance of : a
frogman who dived near a Rus Russian
sian Russian cruiser in a British port.
HUgh Gaitskell, chairman of the
party, said he has accepted Prime
Minister Anthony Eden's refusal
to discuss the disappearance of
Cmdr. Lionel Buster Crabb. j
Gaitskell, who arrived here lor
a one-week visit, aaid he conceded
security matters Were involved in
the disappearance of Crabb m
Portsmouth Harbor near the Rus
sian ship.":"1'5 ." -T":
Gaitskell -doubted the" incident
would damage Anglo-Soviet rela-
tinna mv nmi vtnt u0
said that even if all the fart wr
disclosed, it would not lead to any
serious- breach with the Russians.
"From the facts we know, he
(Crabb) did go on a dive," Gait Gaitskell
skell Gaitskell said. ''Whether he bit some something,
thing, something, drowned or became exhaust exhausted,
ed, exhausted, we don't know. The Admiralty
said he is missing and presumed
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while the vessel was en route to
Cristobal from New York.
William Garbade, husband of
the deceased,, found, ,thet body
and notified the captain, ;., who
decided that she had died of a
heart attack and signed the
aeath 'certificate. -
Mrs. Garbade, whose home was
m Kew Gardens, N.Y., had a
lengthy history of heart trouble.
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offered by Sylvania Electric Pro
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I Mr. Halman is associated with
Halman, S. A. Local Distributors
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