The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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MAY 23 1956
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Armed Forces Day Tomorrow
Jo Be Most Spectacular Ever
A$ practics demonstrations and exhibits wer completed, the Caribbean Com Command
mand Command annual Armed Forces Day celebration shaped up today as the most spectacular
-how ever put on by the Armed Forces here. ..
- An estimated 35,000 to 40,000 spectators are expected to witness the Armed
"Forces Day "Power for Peace" program at Albrook Air Force Base tomorrow, while
'about 5000 are expected at Coco Solo Naval Station, the scene for the Atlantic
"side show. : .i 7' 777' 7-. "77,777 fl':- -7.7.7 77,7' 7 V -" .-.' .-

' The public is Invited to attend
; the full day of exhibits and dem-
enstrations on both sides of the
'' Isthmus.
- Ample parking space is availa availa-,
, availa-, tie at both bases, and military as
1 well as Canal Zone PoUce will be
i en hand to facilitate the move move-i
i move-i ment of spectators to and from
. the base. ':
; All traffic on the Pacific side
wUl enter Gate 1 to Albrook AFB,
the GaUland Highway entrance.
- Refreshments wUl be sold at
' Tooth Albrook AFB and Coco Solo,
I aUowing spectators to sUy unUl
the program ends if they desire.
i Z, Among the Intensstin exhibits
-highlighting the day long pro
f .grtm will be television earn.,
.wra and receiver which will el-
Jew visiters te see themselves
f tan TV. ,", ::"'.'.-,

"r i. CFN-TV will have a camera at
Albrook Air Force Base from 9
, '.' a.m. till 5 p.m. and will televise
arious parts of the program
i throughout the day. This wiU be
the first day-long program by

i Th NaW will show underwater

welding and diving as part of
their exhibits at Coco Solo. One
of the Air f orce s main iu-;u"

i will be their exhiDits oi jet air
i i-mft eauiDment in Hangar 2.

Many other equally interesting
4 ffisplays will be shown by the
ihrA Mrvipp s well as by we

' Panama Canal Company and the
American Legion.
t, rAir rescue maneuvers, drum
'll i bugle corps drills, and many
1 r -.;a,itiAtt ; -, will

hoi- informative activities will
be demonstrated by th Army',' Na-,
vy and Air force. ..:
' During the daylong event vlr
.' toally all the equipment and va
rieus techniques used to, carry
out the several missions of Ca
ribbasn Command will bo dem-i
nstrated. '"'i'JL "rlt
Exhibits at Albrook AFB will
begin at 9 a.m. and last till 5 p.m.
. with th hours from 9 a.m. to 11
m reserved for conducted tours
of school children. The demonstra
tion schedule is as follows:
1-30 pmA-35 Army Aviation
L.iiwr.. will weirnme the spec-
tators to Armed Forces Day.
" 1-35-145 t- Air Force jet au:
praft will oass over. ;
tu n Th Heaw'Monar
"Company of the 33rd Infantry Reg Regiment
iment Regiment will simulate firing the 4J
inch mortar. v
2:05-2:35 26th Air -Rescue
Squadron will put on a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration using Albatross Amphibians
and SH-19 helicopters. -
2:35-3:20 Army Chemical
Corps will demonstrate munitions
and equipment. s - . '
. 5:20-3:50 -The 65th AAA Group
will show the emplacement of the
"Sky-sweeper" anti-aircraft gun.
vsiu m 937th Engineer Co.
and the Army Aviation DeUch DeUch-ment
ment DeUch-ment will demonstrate the capabi-l
lities of the H-13, H-is neucopiers
and the L-19, L-20, L-23, and U-l
-'anshis The Balba High
School ROTC drill team will per-;
form.' k"-----'-' '""I'l.' ; j ;
4:15-4:30 Tank-Co., 83rd In Infantry
fantry Infantry Regiment will demonstrate,
tank platoon formations.
4:30-4:35 Navy Patrol Squad-
con flying boats will fly by.
I'lU M 33rd Infantry Regi
ment's drum and bugle corps will;
give a musical show.
4:55-5:10 Joint Army, Navy,
Air. Force Retreat raraae.
5:10 Army Aviation L-19s
Iiy oy.
. Tha Coco Solo exhibits
Jamonitrations Vilt get under
way at 9:30 a.m., with approx approx-Jmatoly
Jmatoly approx-Jmatoly 900 Army, Navy, Air
Frce and Marino troops parti participating
cipating participating m the program.
- Troops from the Naval Station,
Cristobal High School ROTC, Third
Battalion, 33rd Infantry Regiment,
-f1' --
151 British Army:
Hen Slsin, Rebel
Cypriols Dceisre
. NICOSIA." Cyprus. May 18 (UP)
-The Cypriot extremist Eoka or
ganization distributed pampniets
today claiming to have killed 151
members oi tne unusn army
Cypnis and to have wounded 2"-
period between Nov. 18, 1955, and
Apnl 30 this yeM .showea mat

U of them BriUsh soldiers. The House" foreign Affairs
- The Eoka leaflets said the ea- committee voted for the id re re-aualty
aualty re-aualty toll it announced did "Bot'st,rtctlon yesterday during Its
Include police or traitors;' i v oint-by-point consideration of
It said "Gauleiter Harding f Mr mssnhnwer's nroDOsed 14.9

Cyprus (Governor Sir John -Hard billion foreign aid program. :'
Ing) feel ashamed and afraid of The committee, meeting In
English public opinion to an-closed session, adopted an a a-nounce
nounce a-nounce the real losses of his ar-lmendment provWins Jthat no
- tfly,1' 'i ' naUon may receive- foreign

Ins And Outs
Of Albrcpk
The new entrance and exit
roads at Albrook Air Force
Base wain gate have beea
completed, and will be epea
to traffic on Armed Forces
Day, It has been announced
by Major Guy A. Trtfone, Al Albrook
brook Albrook alt incstallation officer.
Traffic approaching Albrook
via Gaillard Highway from
Panama City may enter the
base by the new south side
entrance to the main gate.
. Traffic Ieavlnf Albrook in
the direction of fort Clayton
or going to Balboa should use
the new exit on the north aide
of the main gate. -,
" All other traffic should pro proceed
ceed proceed as before. . ' '"

764th AAA Battalion, 7406th Army
Unit and a Marine detachment
will begin activities with a pa parade.
rade. parade. Capt. James G. Craig, Coco
Solo commanding officer, will ad address
dress address the Armed Forces Day
crowd. ; -;. :;:-v'.'!:.
Following the review a series
of live demonstrations will be of
fered by the joint service person-l
nei. First on tne itinerary is an
Air Force fly-by consitmg of three
T-33 jet aircraft
The Navy follow with an air.
sea rescue mission with a fceli fceli-coptcr.
coptcr. fceli-coptcr. Navy fliers will retrieve
a ''downed pilot" from . rift
drifting in tho Coco Solo, sea seadrome
drome seadrome area. ' ,-
Navy; personnel then will dem
onstrate with three P5M Martin
Marlins. The flying boats will be
used to show JATO (jet assisted
takeoff s). formation flying and
low altitude bombing. Pilots will
drop miniature bombs on a simu-
lated submarine,
t; ; ...
Lt Col. Robert H. Townsend,
m e m b e r of the USARCARIB
School and narrator for the day,
will introduce a group of Navy
firefighters to the crowd. They
will explain and demonstrate tech-i
niques employed to fight aircraft
fires. ,. .. ... v.'. -Army
aircraft will then move in
ito the spotlight with a display of
low-level flying. Army pilots rrom
Fort Kobbe will make a series of
supply drops from an L-19, an e e-vacuation
vacuation e-vacuation by helicopter, a mes message
sage message drop and pickup and will
demonstrate the versatility and
maneuverability of the H-13 heli helicopter.
copter. helicopter.
Cristobal High's crack ROTC
- drill team is scheduled next with
a close order drill demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration.
It will be foUowed ly the US USARCARIB
ARCARIB USARCARIB Chemical section,
which has a series of demolition
displays on Uo. i j
Chemical personnel will Start
their part of the show with a hu humorous
morous humorous phase and follow by ex exploding
ploding exploding thermite, white phosphor phosphorus
us phosphorus and hand rifle and colored
smoke grenades. Also planned is
a flamethrowing exhibition and a
demonstration in the employment
nf a "flame" mine field.
Spectators wilL be channeled in
to Hangar 147 on conclusion of the

Over Aid To Red-Trade Allies

Administration leaders today
gromised an all-out fight to
eat dawn a Congressional move
to deny foreign aid to any VS.
Allies shipping strategic goods
to Iron Curtain countries. ;
,i Informed sources said Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Poster Dulles,
foreign and chief John B. Hol Hol-lister,
lister, Hol-lister, and top Pentagon offi officials
cials officials all feel such an action
would hamper UA-Allied rela relations
tions relations and possibly endanger the
free world's defense system.
These officials plan to put tne
.heat on Republicans to defeat
the proposal in the 8enate. if
Sot fn the House. Insiders said
L-at President Eisenhower might
,ven. Btep ta going gets

live show where a group of static
displays it to be located. 1

Navy displays will include un
derwater cutting : with torches
heavy diving equipment, Navy
aircran, : medical facilities, : air aircraft
craft aircraft engine cutaway, aircraft sur
vival equipment, meteorological
equipment, photographic equip equip-ment,
ment, equip-ment, and aerial bombs and equip
ment. -:
Army forces will man the fol
lowing displays: 40mm and .50
caliber antiaircraft guns: field
kitchen' large cutaway models of
weapons; 75mm Skys weeper and
120mm AAA guns; jungle shelter:
first aid; Quartermaster clothing
and quarters furniture; tanks: a
small arms repair vehicle; MARS
radio station; and a Military Po
lice fingerprint kit.:
These demonstration are sched
tiled as follow:
9:30 a.m.-10:15 Joint Army,
Navy, Air Force parade.
10:15-10:20 Air Force jets fly
y.., .
" 10:20-10:30 Navy helicopters
demonstrate rescue and evacua-
tion.- V
10:30-10:40 Navy jet assisted
take-off of flying boats.
10:40-11:00 The Navv demon demonstrates
strates demonstrates a bombing run using dum dummy
my dummy bombs. i i
11:00-11:20 Navy puts on a
firefighting demonstration. t
11:20-11:40 Army Aviation
11:40-11:55 The Cristobal High
School ROTC drill team will per perform,
form, perform, -.
11:53-12.15 .iArmy Chemical
Corps demonstrations.
Pouf blo Al;ier$ :
To Wipe Out Rebels
ALGIERS. May 18 UP) Two
shiploads of French troops ar arrived
rived arrived here todav to swell the
gigantic French army preparing
its "scorched earth" attack to
eliminate the nationalist rebels.
, Two trooDshiDs from Marseil
les disgorded a further UOO men
In addition to the 4,000 who ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday.
- in ti:e center oi wwn a ser
geant major of a transport unit
was snot down oy a reoei wno
fled Into the casDan ana es
caped. 'k'.' i .1 f.
Little news' leaked out from
the military operations going on
in the Oraa area, where four
French convoys were ambushed
vesterdav but it was learned
that the rebels killed at least
three French soldiers, including
an officer, and wounded at least
22. .,.
In neighboring Morocco, in
Rabat, terrorists shot and seri seriously
ously seriously wounded a municipal
In Tunisia four French sol soldiers
diers soldiers suffered Injuries when ter terrorists
rorists terrorists threw a grenade it their
truck on the Algero- lonlsian
, Ten miles south west of Gar Gar-bes.
bes. Gar-bes. French troops attacked a
band of some 30 rebels and cap-
tured two.
Set For Fight
aid if It ships materials to Iron
Curtain countries which the
United 8tates forbids American
exporters to ship. '
Committee chairman James P.
Richards (D-S.C.) said he ex ex-Dected
Dected ex-Dected his zrouo to complete
action on the bill before night-
fall .'-.I.-? v
Informed sources said admin
istration leaders are not opti
mistic about beating the aid
curb amendment in the House
But they said they are hopeful
tney can turn tne uae in n.?
Senate.. .' .,
1 In a nutshell, the Administra Administration
tion Administration position la this:
Some v allies eonsidef some
trade with the Iron Curtain
countries, including Red China,
is vital to-their economic life.
Even under the threat of a halt
in U. a aid, they, probably
wouldn't stop It.; r -1
It this country Aut off foreign
ald. it would weaken the Allied
defense system ; which depends
on this aid. And, In some coun
tries, it might result in the Unit United
ed United States losing essential over over-aeaa
aeaa over-aeaa bases, .....




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BEFORE DIVE INTO HISTORY Cmdr. Lionel Crabb has his
frogman- outfit checked at Portsmouth, England, before going
on his "unauthorized" mission near the Soviet cruiser Ordzho-.
nlkldze. Shortly after this photo was taken, Crabb disappeared
, r ; ; and has not been heard from since." :

Blinded CoIiM

Vows Jo, Fight Racketeers

NEW YORK, May 18 (UP)
Blinded labor columnist Victor
Rlesel crusaded today for a
congressional investigation of
labor rackets and promised to
fight again the mobsters be
can no longer see A
Fire-YKlch Olff
Barenslein Expect 3d
To Sail Sunday i
The freighter Barensteln, de delayed
layed delayed In her Journey to Chile for
several days by a two-alarm fire
which broke out in one of the
ship's holds containing alumi aluminum
num aluminum dust bricks, will probably
sail from Cristobal Sunday,; ac according
cording according to the agents. r
Canal Zone firemen about 3
a.m. today finished unloading a a-bout
bout a-bout 2300 pounds of red-hot alu aluminum
minum aluminum dust bricks from Hold
No. 4 In-which the fire broke out.
A lire-watch, maintained for
12 hours after any blaze is
brought under control, was call
ed off at noon today.
Firemen used some of the ce cement
ment cement which wr part ot the
cargo in the ship's hold to keep
the heat down and smother the
bumine bricks. Each' brick
welkhed aout 10 pounds, r
Agents for the German vessel,
Continental Shipping CO.; said
todav that they had no estimate
as vet to the extent of the dam-
H2e. Tnev said surveyors wnc
boarding the ship sometime to-
Tne oniy aamage wmcn
be repaired before the 499-ft.
long ship sails is to the deck
where a hole was punched ; to
permit the carbon dioxide gas
to be sprayed into the burning
hold. - .".
The Barensteln arrived at
Cristobal from Hamburg and
was weparlng to transit through
the Canal when the blaze was
discovered.-' ,'-'...:-.-t:
Foreigners May Be
Able To Take Part
'h British Raffle
tONDON, May 18 (UP) -The
British Treasury said today it may
follow the lead of the Irish Sweep Sweepstakes
stakes Sweepstakes and invite foreigners to
take a chance on its new "lottery
blond" raffle. -,
Unlike the sweepstakes, based
on horse races, th British lottery
would have- no losers. Persons
would buy bonds which would bear
no interest. The Interest would be
put into a pool and divided up by
lottery according to the numbers
on the bonds. All bonds would be
redeemable at face value.
Henry Brooke, financial secre-l
rary of the Treasury, told the
House of Commons he could see
"no reason why overseas invest investors
ors investors should not buy the bonds i on
the same terms as they can buy
olhf r nations! .savings sfciiriliai ".


Wearing white Surgical -pads
over his eyes, Rlesel thanked hhi
doctors and disclaimed any self
pity at a hospital news confer conference
ence conference six weeks to the day after
a thug hurled sulphuric acid in into
to into his eyes.
I have no. sensitivity -about
being blind," the 41-year-old
writer said.
I'll continue to go after, the
mobsters, they haven't scared
me. I can't see, but that doesn't
mean, I can't write the same
kind of copy." .
Rlesel appeared buoyant and
dynamic and seemed in good
spirits through blind at his first
public appearance since the
ambush near Lindy'a Broadway
He told som- 50 .news, radio
and TV reporters that he plans
to study braille "or anything'
to enable .him to tell tn his syn
dicated columns of the threat
of mob ; rule against decent
Labor and government face
the grimmest kind of future un
less this powerful group is ex
posed and driven from the labor
movement," he said.
The inobs have gotten terrl
ficany powerful in 'Important
Internationals in the" AFX-Cio."
But the" writer made it clear
he was not indicting all unions
and spoke m praise of th in integrity
tegrity integrity of George Me&ny. presi president
dent president of labor's most r powerful
Courrmartial Mill :
By 11th Airborne
Comes Under Fife
FBANKFI)RT, Germany, May
18 (UP) An American weekly
newspaper today charged that the
U.S. 11th Airborne Division is run
ning a "eourtmartial miU" that
nas yet to acquit a man in a series
of swift trials. u ,?
The private paper O v e r s e a s
Weekly said the court operates day
and night followmg a "recent rash
of incidents" involving division
personnel in the Augsburg area.
At one trial which lasted only
35 minutes, a man was sentenced
to three years in prison while an another
other another man was sentenced to five
years after a
40-minute -trial, the
paper said.
- : -

London Daily-Mirror Belabors 'Doleful Doleful Dulles'

LONDON. May 18 UP) The
Daily Mirror, London's largest
newspaper," toaay accused sec secretary
retary secretary of State John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles of being the ''original crab crab-apple"
apple" crab-apple" pessimist in world af affairs.
fairs. affairs. r ..
The Socialist-minded Mirror
accused D u 1 1 e a of .running
counter to the general optimist-
icjunftricaa auiMint in an Mir,

... x.
Progress Score
PANAMAS (52 precincts) De la

Ouardia, 13,046; Ooytia, 14,646.
COLON: (50 precincts) De la
Ouardia, 13,064; Ooytia, 8,051.
CHIBIQUI: (72 precincts) De la
Ouardia,. 13,128; Ooytia, 6,870.
VERAGUAS: (54 precincts) De
la Ouardia, 22,617; Ooytia, 6,508.
LOS SANTOS: (42 precincts)
De la Ouardia, 12,076; Ooytia,
HERRERA: (31 precincts) De
la Ouardia, 8,009; Ooytia, 1,733.
COCLE: (52 precincts) De la
Ouardia, 11,548; Ooytia, 1,000.
cincts) De la Ouardia, 4,093;
Ooytia; 1,095.
.Darlen: (16 precincts) De la
ouaraia, 2,313; Ooytia, 1,615.
Total (385 precincts) De la
Ouardia, 100,894; Ooytia, 45,419.
FBI Agents Arrest
M Papers
NEW YORK. Mav 18 (UP)
FBI agents' arrested in Air
Force sereeant and three civi
lians yesterday for the theft and
copying of a mysterious classi classified
fied classified document from the Brook
lyn Army Terminal. .
The government refused to
give any hint ast-the nature
of the tiocument but didnot
indicate any of the four were
WOrkintr far Snv fnrolsn onvprn-
ment. It was believed that the
document was of commercial ra
uier; wan strategic value.
Thr nf tha man vara valaaa,
ed on bond and the fourth will
oe arraigned today, 1
The Air Force man. Staff Ser
geant waroia e. Bmi, 28, was
charged with the. actual theft
of the paper from the Brooklyn
Army Terminal s passenger di division.
vision. division. Sidney M. Stern, 31, and
Seymour S. Hlndman, 39, both
of East Orange, N.J., and Byrnat
E. Schrelber. 43. of Mllburn. N
J were charee dwith consDirine-
m tne men. . .....
Stern and Hlndman operate
the Distinctive Emblem Com.
which makes emblems for uni-
rorms. Schrelber Is a commer
cial photographer.
Brill, who cooperated with fed
eral authorities, was released In
S500 ban and Stern and Hlnd
man were released in $5,000 ball
each after the three were ar
raigned yesterday.
Sources said the document was
stolen yesterday, photographed
and returned Immediately. Tho
arrests were made shortly after
ue document was returned.
30 Prolosfanf
Churches Closed
By Colombians
BOGOTA; Colombia. May 1
(UP ) The Evangelical Confe Confederation
deration Confederation of Colombia reported that
30 Protestant churches were clos closed
ed closed throughout Colombia In April
seven pastors were arrested and
Protestant instruction and worship
were banned in several places.
The report said the anti-Protestant
campaign was' intensified in
Colombia last month.. It charged
that Rev. John Dyck, a Mennonite
missionary from Vancouver, B.C.,
was fined $400, which be must pay
on his return to bis residence in
Isthminia, C h o c o department.
where the government closed all
five Mennonite churches.
Among the dosed churches the
report also cited four of the Pen Pentecostal
tecostal Pentecostal denomination in Santan-
der del Norte; seven, of the Inter-
American Church in Bolivar
department: two Baptist churches
in Amazonas territory and two
Lutheran, in. Boyaca department.
tortal titled "Doleful,, Doleful
"He is the original crabapple,"
the Mirror said. "Whenever
things are looking hopeful he
peers at the good news and sees
something fishy. ;
"The man Is a -persevering
Dessimlst.,, v
The paper asked iwhy: doet.
Dulles "always act like a big
iniirjuriB ot.vasiaMwii


Leadership Calls
For Strong Effort

Itr Municipal

The National Patriotic

today to insure a clear-cut victory in the municipal elec elections'
tions' elections' scheduled for Sunday all over the country.
- CPN leaders were apparently concerned about the
showing made by the National Liberal Party in Panama
City last Sunday, although they had no fears over Ernesto

de la Cjuardia Jr. winning the presidential election.
De la Guardia now leads the National Liberal can candidate,
didate, candidate, Victer F. Goyti'a, by 55,475 votes, 100,894 to 45, 45,-419;
419; 45,-419; after 385 of 829 precincts have been provisionally
counted.' ',-0. ,: J.r.-0:;
Main CPN concern seemed to be centered around the
number of votes the Liberal candidates to the Assembly
may have received in relation to the number of ballots
cast for Goytia in Panama City. 5; s

At a meetlne this morning of
CPN candidates for the Nation National
al National Assembly from the province
of Panama, and for the Munici
pal council of Panama cny,
several committees were named
to coordinate activities aimed
iat training ias v many-aests' i
possible in ritne- :wiy-eouo-aj.
Both parties have nominated -a
candidates and 36 alternates in
the capital city
The closeness of the race so
far between de la Guardia
and Goytia In the province of
Panama has given rise to the
belief that th Liberals may
win more Assembly seats than
they had been conceded in
pre-elect'on estimates.
Preliminary returns from 52
of 229 precincts of the province
of Panama, showed Goytia to be
trniiinff de la Guardia oy a
scant 400 votes de la Guar
dlar 15,046; Goytia, 14,646.
The National Liberal Party
has signified Its intention to re re-miast
miast re-miast the invalidation of the
elections in .the Province
Britain To Blast
New Atom Device
Off W. Australia
ONSLOW;, Australia, May 18
nipt Another atomic device
will be exploded by Britain in a
lew weens at xne iwonve wuu
proving grounds off western
Australia, Informed sources said
The explosion will be phase
two of Britain's 2956 atomic
test leadintr uo to the detona-
-iion of Its first, hydrogen bomb
In November. .
Tha sources said mat tne pee-
wee" atomic device exploded on
the bleak islands Wednesday
the third ever touched off by
Britain performed almost ex exactly
actly exactly as the scientists predic-
ed,. -i-,
Flier Jimmy Angel
Said Much Better
Jimmy Angel, well-known flier
who suffered a stroke several
days ago at the home of a
friend in Balboa, is doing
"much better today according
to Gorgas Hospital authorities.
The American pilot is still on
the seriously 111 list however.
Several weeks ago he was con confined
fined confined in thu hospital with pneu pneumonia,
monia, pneumonia, and five days after his
release he suffered a Btroice.
Tt KS.M that while Soviet Rus
sla never does anything out of
sheer friendship, Its decision to
cut its armed forces is "an oc
caslon for cheering."
But "Mr. Dulles does not cheer
at all," the paper grumbled, v
"Most Americans are cheerful
optimists by nature. Cannot they
nerauade old funeral-face that
r ..

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Coalition (CPN) took steps
Darlen where de la Guardia won
out, 2313 to 1615, and where
Pablo Othon, the first CPN can
dldate to receive his credentials,
was the winner by 231J votes to
1635 for his rival, pr. Carlos
Raul I Morales Of the National
Libera Party.: fjw ?Z
v. The. Liberals have charged
k relative of Othon-. f j-eceiv
Ing 1200 cedulas (citlsenshlp
ldent'ficatlon booklets) and
only issuing 200, keeping the
others to perpetrate a fraud.
Last night Goytia and t hii
followers defied a reminder
from Minister of Governmeni
and Justice Alejandro Remon
regarding the ban on. public
meetings and ,held two im impromptu
promptu impromptu rallies which caused
stir of excitement along Central
Ooytia alighted from his car
at Santa Ana Plaza and walked
down Central Avenue, picking
up followers along the way, un until
til until he reached a dead-end alley
where he turned In and held a
rally. This brought out a po police
lice police detachment which .concern .concerned
ed .concerned itself with directing the
flow of traffic along the avenue
until Goytia and his followers
broke up the demonstration.
Immediately afterwards thi
police ; detachment rushed t
aania Ana piaza where another
demonstration was being; held
by more! of Goytia's followers.
However, the police withdrew
without making any arrests.
The detachment returned
shortly afterwards when the
demonstrators chased Mayor
Ramon Real and a companion
into the Vartedades theater,,
wh'ch was pelted with rocks
after the two men had taken
refuge there.
Real had taken the stand tc
tell the demonstrators that hi
rally was being : held wlhout
proper authorization.
Early in the day yesterday,
Goytia had replied to Remon by

declaring that the only way to .. ...
forbid peaceful gatherings Is LI

the suspension of Individual
rights as provided in Article 163
of the constlulon.
40 Per Cent Army
Strength Abroad,
Brucker Reveals

More than 40 per cent of the At At-my's
my's At-my's r strength is strategically
deployed in 73 foreign countries as
a bloc to Communism, accord according
ing according to Secretary of the Army Wil ",
bei1 M. Brucker." ?

Brucker in an Armed Forces
Day speech here yesterday said
in 44 oi the countries tne Army
was training some 200 allied di
visions, w ..-
The secretary attacked the theo theory
ry theory wars can be fought and won by
remote control. He termed the
theory as "a dangerous myth."
"This belief only can lead te
psychological, spiritual and down-
fright physical unpreparedness foi
war," ne saw. ra any type
warfare our Army must be readj
to play its full part as a dominant



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Sir: 77
It Is Becoming Increasingly 'obvious that the Panama Canal
organization is involved In a nefarious and unholy conspiracy
to subvert the express intent of the recent treaty of mutual
understanding between the VS. Govt and the Republic of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. There have been an overt attempt on the part of a certain
Canal Zone Company unit to totally ignore all the elemental
rules that have long come to be accepted as the standard norms
governing Labor-Management relationship in a democratic so society.
ciety. society. When the basic factors of seniority, ability and experience
are made subservient and secondary to nepotism, favoritism
and political patronage, at what has oftentimes been referred
to as th emirror by which Latin American view North American
methods and attitudes, there is bound to be a reappraisal of
relative values.
, The dominant trend seems to be to satisfy the aspirations
of Panamanians-, of Latin extraction at the expense of Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians of Negro origin, completely forgetting the vital role
the Negro has played in making the Canal a reality. Such
crass ingratitude is almost without parallel in the annals of
human relationship, and can hardly be reconciled with the lofty
speeches and articles expounding North American benevolence
and charity.
Quite contrary to the general North American misconcep misconception,
tion, misconception, and underestimation of the average Latin, most realistic
and responsible Latins are not so naive as not to note the
parallel to be found in North America's solicitude toward Eu Europe
rope Europe versus the apathetic and barely condescending attitude
shown Latin America on a whole.

Labor News




. This column has been prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel's staif iol iol-kowing
kowing iol-kowing a bedside conference wits
the strickea columnist.)
(Victor Riesel has resumed full di

rection of bis column from bis bed

side at it. Clare's HosDital.)

The Klan is riding again from
Delaware across to New Orleans.
But this latest Klan, with its hew
power drive, is streamlined. It
operates, for the most part, without

me wnae sneeis.-it is directed by
a 13-mafl braintrust with "Titans''

who oversee IS counties apiece.

There are "Grand Dragons" too.

eacn m cnarge 01 a state.
Its immediate taraet is labor.

Klansmen are infiltrating southern

unions by the score as a prelude to

an all-white southern federation of

labor. And they are boasting of

inroads mat will surprise many a
top union leader but not Walter

For on Reuther's desk is a sne-

cial report, prepared for the Auto
Workers, on an intensive investiga investigation
tion investigation of the launching of the new
Klan. He and his aides are now
discussing this hush-hush documen documentation
tation documentation of the inroads made by the

KKKK ( correct )-the Knights of the

ku Mux Klan whose Imperial

wizard is a maa- by the name of

fcidon Lee Edwards, a duespay-

ing member or Reuther's Auto

Workers Union.

Reuther is the first major union

chief to undertake a survey of the
Klan itself. The preliminary report

has given UAW leaders addition

al headaches for it confirms what
this column first revealed that the

revolt of white union members in

the south has reached alarming

heights and that the AFL-CIO is

in danger of losing a big chunk of
its members over the racial ques


Most significant in this special

investigation the existence of
which is being revealed here for

the first time is the emphasis
that the surge of segregationist

sentiment among southern un

ionists may stem more from the

KKKK than from the White Citi
zens Councils.

The KKKK has been attracting

members by promising them total

anonymity. Membership cards do

not carry names. The recruits are

assigned to cells ot w. cacn

cell has a leader who -transmits

orders and propaganda verbally.

(Continued n Pag THREE)

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No Monkey Wrenches


will be June, 1957, or later before
the new International Atomic!

energy Agency is open for bus business.
iness. business. v

Its "Atomn for Paarc" nlan ara

first nronosed bv Prirtnt F.iian.

hower in December, 1953. Consid Considering
ering Considering the snail's pace at which

most aipiomauc negotions move,
this is fast work.

Rut thr ara otill mn aA

aches ahead before IAEZ becomes

operative. Representative of six
countries will meet, id September
to ennsiffor tha itraft "Stofiit.

as the new: world organizatiin's
consititution will be" called. It has
just been approved by a 12-nation
drafting committee after six
at i r a

munmi oi preparauon ana two
months of negotiation.

In thia tterim) thra arara aloKf

separate conferences between
U.S. and Russia -officials, headed
by Ambassadors James J. Wads Wads-worth
worth Wads-worth and George N. Zarubin. The
Russians cooperated on this one,
and didn't throw monkey
wrenches. ' t

'Zarubin had nlantv nt aiithnritv

to make compromises without re referring
ferring referring everything back to Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. It showed the Russians can

cooperate when they want to.
; What the Russian motives are
in ffninff for thia nrniat nntvwlv

1 f-vjvv UWWWIA
knows. Rut it ia nnintaH nut that

as one of the countries contrib

uting atomic materials to IAEA,
Soviet Russia won't be subject; to

controls like the receiving

The six-nation delegations meet meeting
ing meeting in September are expected to
take two months to debate the

draft statute and adopt whatever

amendments they think necessary.
The, Russians are known to have
two amendments in mind which
may cause delay. One is on pro protection
tection protection of its rights of sovereignty.
U.S. experts think this is not a
question of substance, but a prob problem
lem problem of finding acceptable
language. 1,
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The other Russian objection Is
expected on membership. They
will propose Communist China. On
this one the U.S. is s now com committed
mitted committed to object. r

Atior fha RantamKan unnfAMnna

annmvaa thk atatnta it ati inl

the six member countries for a 90 90-day
day 90-day period.', It will become ef effective
fective effective when ratified by 18 coun countries,
tries, countries, including three of the five
supplying countries U.S., U.K.,
Canada, France and U.S.S.R.
A preparatory commission will
then take over organization of a
first general conference of all
ratifying countries. The prepara preparatory
tory preparatory commission will also name
the first 13 members of a board
of governors. Later the general
conference will name 10 more.
Each country will have one vote.
Decisions will i be : made by
simple majority vote, except for
budget and financial matters,
which will require two-thirds

majority. But there will be no

veto power. Disputes will be set

tied by the international Court of


Board of governors will name a
director general for a four-year

term as chief administrative oL

ficer of the agency.
It is honed to get all these pre

liminaries out of the road by mid

summer of next year. Then a
staff of scientists and inspectors
can be hired, a budget prepared
and approved by the first general
conference and the. agency put

to work. "'

No decision has yet been made
by the United States or any other
country, however, on where the

agency wm cave its headquarters,
how its expenses will be borne.

where and how its atomio : ma

terials-' will be acquired, stock

piled, distributed and paid for.
As experts now view the em

bryonic IAEA its statute Is flex

ible enough to make tt either a
powerful operating trust or mere

ly an advisory brokerage agency.

At its maximum potential, it
might control the world's supply

of atomic materials.
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Possibilities were not discussed
while the IAEA statute was being

drafted. Mention of the word dis

armament" in these negotions

was taboo. But it could even be

come merged with a world dis disarmament
armament disarmament commission, -channel

ing all atomic materials into

peaceful uses instead ot oomDs.


The K:;h Life of Nite Life
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WASHINGTON The first real
casualty of McCarthvism has

come up again before the people of
Maryland. He is Millard Tydings,
the Democratic senator who head

ed the committee to investigate


array of fiddles. ba

ete., to play in the background. The
alleged "climax?' of the McCor McCor-mick
mick McCor-mick hour was a rather dull dis dissertation
sertation dissertation of military weapons, iso isolation,
lation, isolation, and foreign policy wliirh,, .u,,, euj,c w,uie coionei -read -in mimntwn...

a card-carrymg Communists to voice to his captive audiencel
the State. Department and who. But now that the colonel has
when he refused to knuckle underlpassed tm to other batilSlaM.
to McCarthy), found himself de- WGN, wWch stands for "wVld s
feated for re-election. greatest newsnsnar rfnaen-tlSJi
ffflj&. Mutual net

funds coUected $10,000 from Tex-lwork to get out of Se PetiUo
as oil tveoon Cunt Murrhicnn and'

r ... vwnucii.;

wue, circuiaiea a iaae pnoto ot
Tydings shaking hands with Earl
Browder and manaeed to knock

Tydings out of the Senate.

No less than FDR had tried to

defeat him' in 1938, but the vogue

ot Mccartbysm was such that

the senator from Wisconsin suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded where the President of the

United States had failed.

Events of the last two rears

have certainly given vindication.


Owen Lattimore, the Johns Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins professor whom McCarthy

smeared and Tydings defended.

has now been cleared by the

Van Lorwin, the State Depart

ment official whom McCarthy

named as a Communist and who
was indicted for perjury when be
denied it, has now been cleared.

The Justice Department appeared

in court to state it had no case.

Edward Lamb, the Toledo ra

dio-TV owner, smeared by the
FCC as a Communist, has now

shown that the witnesses accusing

him were; phonies. One has been

convicted of perjury.

Jacob Burck, the Chicago Sun-

Times cartoonist accused by the
late Paul Crouch of being a Com

munist, has been exonerated.
Crouch, the professional witness
for the Justice Department who
also tried to -mear Aubrey Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, former youth administra administrator,
tor, administrator, and Clifford Durr, brother-in-law
of Justice Hugo Black, was
so discredited that the Justice De

partment dropped him.

Abraham Uiasanow, wno. was

dropped by the Navy Department

as a security nsk, was rehired oy
the Navy with an apology.

Mrs. Annie Lee moss, wno was

mittee and charged with being a

Meanwhile Thomas F. O'Neill
vice president of General Tire and
chief owner of Mutual, is dicker dickering
ing dickering with station WCFL, which
stands for Chicago TtAmKnn

Labor and is owned by AFL-CIO.
ItU be a strange combination.
The current "series rof H-bomb
explosions. in the South Pacific
will be the most devastating yet
This was tipped off on the eve
of the Eniwetok tests by Connec Connecticut's
ticut's Connecticut's Congressman James Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, t member of the Joint Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Energy Committee. He predict predict-ed
ed predict-ed that ."the explosion .scheduled
for about May 1 will surpass in
power any nuclear detonation thus
tar." ; Up to now, history's
biggest bomb was exploded March
1, 1954. This had the explosive
force of 17,000,000 tons of TNT
and formed a mushroom "cloud
over 100 miles in diameter. It was
a larger explosion than our atomic
scientists expected, and scattered
atomic ash on the nearest observ observers,
ers, observers, including the much-publicized
Japanese fishing crew
largest hydrogen explosion set off
by the Russians has been esti estimated
mated estimated by our Intelligence at 13, 13,-000,000
000,000 13,-000,000 tons of TNT .. mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, tiny particles of radioac radioactive
tive radioactive fall-out from both Russian and
American hydrogen blasts are still
drifting down to earth yfears after afterward.
ward. afterward. These particles, however,
are considered harmless .. The
Texas oil boys have sheepishly
discdvered that the Russians are
ahead of them in developing oil
drills. The Soviets have designed
a turbo drill that works 10 times
as fast as conventional drills used
by- American oil companies .

at least one company, Dresser In-

hauled up before McCarthy's eom-jdustries of Texas, has swallowed

its pride and asked the State, De-

7 i


Communist, has been rehired by.partment to grant visas to Soviet

the Army. jenginners ot come to Texas and
Dr. Ralnh Bunche. the Ne- show how to build their new turbo

gro diplomat who was investigat- drilL

ed by the Justice Department tori

seven months, was cleared.

Not all these cases were attrib

utable directly to McCarthy. But

it was his tactics which created
such a terrorist atmosphere that
in some cases Attorney General
Brownell almost outdid him, and
which caused Dr., Vannevar Bush,

president of the Carnegie insti institution,
tution, institution, to warn:
"The Eisenhower security sys

tem has dropped, the morale of

scientists so low that our worio
leadership in atomic research is in


That statement, made two years

ago, was all too propneuc oi uie
current fact that Russia appears
to be ahead of us in hydrogen re research
search research and may be- ahead of us
in guided missiles.
How much harm was done to the
nation during the period of ,Mc-

Carthyism may not be known for

some time.

There's a good, though unad-

vertised, reason why Colonel Mc Mccormick's
cormick's Mccormick's Chicago Tribune radio
station WGN is pulling out of the
Mutual Broadcasting System. It's
to- get out of a $300,000 annual

contract with Jim Petrulo and
the musicians union.
If the station-gets off the net network
work network it can get out of this con contract
tract contract And thereby hangs a tale:

Original chief reason for the

musicians, contract was mat tne
late Colonel McCormick liked to
expound on Saturday nights over

his radio station and he needed


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for more sweet wedding news?!

It's not here, but give the'

youngsters time. The princely)

escort with stars .in bis eyes is

viscount Lascelles. The flower
girl must have an aversion tat
publicity, for she remains uni unidentified.
dentified. unidentified. They were attendants
at a recent London wedding.

Him cind Her

Answy to Today'a'PuiziT

9 Spoken

10 Grade
11 Encourage
17 Eye pans

. 19 Beneath

I --Sawyer
and Becky
'4 and Eve
IS Monkey
13 Prescribed
' 'portion
14 Wanderer
15 Footlike part
16 SUrt
IS Made safe
20 Rant a?ain


ZrXZL. inserts
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J7 Health retort

30 Take food
32 On a chair
35 Landed
38 Organ of
37 Persian poet


plant ;
41 Vehicle
42 Defraud

2 Unclose
4 Worship
8 French
7 One of the


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27 Set of steps'
21 Masculine
29 Fruit drinks
. 31 Scurries
33 Essence
38 Help
. 40 Posts

41 Walking
. 42 Stuff
43 Demigod
44 Give forth
48 Ice cream
. holder
47 Love god
: 48 Communists
AO Observe

49 Forgiveness
51 Exist
B2Scad vaaaal

53 Hirelinx

54 Turf

53 Bright sayings

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FRIDAY, MAT 18, 1956




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f Continued trom Pan t

Each cell Is unaware of the ex-

istence and composition of the

other cells.

Reuther and his colleagues, dis

turbed by the information in the

document from their southern

prober, are now debating whether
or not to dig even further in an
effort to establish if the claims of
the KKKK are valid. The UAW

has hundreds of, thousands ; of

members in the south, and if

these boasts are well-founded, the
Dixie revolt has gone much deep

er than anyone heretofore believed.
Imperial Wizard Edwards, who

operates from Atlanta, Ga., brags

that his counterpart in Memphis,

up t big chunk of organized labor

there. The Memphis Klan leader.

says the report, is one Harry W.

Pyle, a former painter and a man
with long experience in. unions.
Now 75 years old, Pyle has lost

none of his vigor and is directing
aa operation which he insists has

Y; l V'

r BROWNIE AND GIRL SCOUTS of Fort Clayton' errjoy a tea' following the annual Court .of
! Awards held recently. Ninety girls and their leaders were hostesses to the Mothers and.
, v Fathers at ceremonies. awarding badges for the year's Girl Scout achievements., f i"

Cain Predkis Ouster Near;

:Declares3lkeFed Varnisti

"DENVER, Colo., May 18 (UPJ (UPJ-.
. (UPJ-. Former GOP Sen. Harry P. Cain,
. levelling a new attack on the fed federal
eral federal security program, said last
night he Relieves President Eisen

hower is ready to drop mnuas a
member of the Subversive Acti Acti-,
, Acti-, vities Control Board. 1 ; 1 v
n Cain, whose term expires In Au

gust, said that "My usefulness to
. jthe President, who appointed me
to my present post some- three
f years ago, is.t I believe, ; rapidly

drawing to -a close." He indicated
' he -thought his criticisms would
lead to Tii ouster.'-
The "former Republican aenat aenat-er.
er. aenat-er. from Washington charged
that Attorney General Herbert
Brewnell, Jr., and other prl prl-J
J prl-J denrial advisers had "fed" Mr.
1 Eisenhower "vamiah" about In-
I justice t Various Individuals
under the government's employ
security program. -..
am." :'! u?-::'t s:-- ;y

VlT Borrowing I phrase :lrom the

Democrats, he also declared1 that

V lop: White; House aides' and ', thejturfity towbe heardv on what I

Republican muonai uommiuee

were playing a. "numbers game"
fcrith security risk firingSv He said

' -: aSWSjif

some of the numbers are "unadul

terated fiction

. Cain spoke before the Colorado
branch of the Civil Liberty Union.

He recalled that Mr. Eisenhow

er told a May 9 news conference
ttat Brawnell keeps him informed
about what is going on in connec

tion- with security dismissals, "u

sually(not in terms of names, but

in terms of numbers. ; ;
Cain then cited the steurtty
case of Sidney Hatkin, recently
re-instated Air Force employ,
s typical of "injustices" which
he said Browned never reported
to Mr. Eisenhowar. V

Hatkin was suspended for 14
months from his Air Force job
while the government investigated
security charges against him. He
was recently returned to a "non "non-sensitive"
sensitive" "non-sensitive" position by t Secretary

Donald A. Quarles.

Cain,, who. brought the Hatkin

case to public attention May 5.

said he wrote Brownell and pres-1

idenual assistant Sherman Adams

on April 12 "to request aa oppor-

thought were matter! of r mutual

concern." He said he never got a


tong'-Dislante Love'
Ends VilK Marriage!
CAIRO. May 'l8 (UP) An A

merican disc jockey i and -the
dark-eyed Egyptian beauty he woo wooed
ed wooed by mail were married in a ci

vil ceremony here yesterday.
v :. .. .J.'.,,- . ..', ,-:,;; -:':.,:
Carroll Pedersen. 27. of Pasa

dena, Calif., was nervous as he

exchanged vows before a notary
Dublie with Laurence Shaker. 23.

He shuffled his feet and beads of

perspiration glistened on his fore forehead
head forehead as he held hands with Lau

rence while they1 exchanged vows.
Miss Shaker appeared the calm calmer
er calmer of the' two. She had a gleam in
her eye and a constant smile en
her face throughout the brief 'cer 'ceremony.
emony. 'ceremony.
They started the long-distance
affair of the heart after Miss
Shaker's brother visited Pedersen
in the United States and. described
his sister in glowing terms. Pe Pedersen
dersen Pedersen became interested and
wrote the -first of the series of let

ters which led him to propose be

fore ever seeing anything but
photograph of Miss Shaker.

The two did not exchange rings
at -yesterday's ceremony, prefer preferring
ring preferring to wait for the religious cere

mony scheduled May 27 at the An Anglican
glican Anglican All Saints Cathedral in Cai

ro. Both are Protestants.

Urs. Luce To Take
Leave Of Itelisir
Posl For 2 Months

NEW YORK, May 18 (UP)

rars. uare aooine lAice is suner suner-ing
ing suner-ing from Chronic intestinal in in-flamation
flamation in-flamation and severe anemia and
will not -be able to return to. her
post as ambassador to Italy for

at least two months, her doctor

said- today.-:- v -- rr&-.-r.v..

Mrs.- Luce returned nere trom
Rome last, Sunday: for medical
treatment' and 'entered Doctors
Hospital Sunday night
Dr. Milton Rosenbluth said Mrs.
Luce left the hospital last night
and is undergoing treatment at
her apartment. He said Mrs. Luce
received a blood transfusion yes yesterday
terday yesterday "and will require others."
The -doctor said "Mrs. Luce is
suffering from Chronic enteritss
which appears to be related to an
infection of the liver which she
had while abroad. She has an iron
deficiency anemia, probably due
to the same cause. 1 have advised
her not to return to her post for
about two months and I believe
she- will take my advice.'"' r
. Rosenbluth said Mrs. L u e e's
eondittion "is not grave and ; her

life is not threatened" as a result

of the enteritis.. He described her

anemia as "quite severe." ;

picked up large groups of second secondary
ary secondary union officials as well as rank-i

and-iue members.
In and around Memphis, say

P ether's associates, the Klan

dential report tell me that the im

pressive breakdown of alleged fol

lowers includes claims of 1600

members at thi Ford Motor Co..

1400 at the GM-Chevrolet plant.

2500 at GM's Buick-Oldsmobile-.

Pontiac plant, 1500 at Lockheed.

3000 in building and construction

trades unions, large groups of rail

road workers and 15,000 members!

claims wide following in some of! of ladies' auxiliaries in 159 Georgia

ute largest plants, including Inter International
national International Harvester. Ford Motor

Co., Firestone, Kimberly-C 1 a r k e

uu-p., American ruusning Co., Du Du-Pont,
Pont, Du-Pont, Grace Chemical, Humko Co.,
Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. and Qua

ker Oats, to mention a few. They
also claim members in the General
Shoe Co. in Nashville and in Hum-

bolt and Chattanooga, Tenn.



counties. -v.
The memo before Reuther em

phasizes that the KKKK is out
form a labor union of the sou

and to be politically strong."
It oddly enough also indicates
that the Klan is colonizing the
White Citizens Councils and the
Pro-Southerners organizations. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and Pyle are reportedly
glad to have the White Citizens

Council attacked for sparking the

In Georgia, KKKK boasts are
more specific. Some of Reuther's

people who have seen th eonfW drive for an all-white federation of

labor, since that diverts public at

tention from them, allowing them

to "operate almost unnoticed, un

suspected and unblamed.
. Until now, that is.

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Tier Tamer Is Just
(Tame Daddy At Home




!- in the center ring, he'i known as
Trevor Bale, the tieer tamer. But

." up on the third floor of the Belve Belve-"
" Belve-" 'dere Hotel, where most of the:

circus performers 3tay while the
big show is in New York, he's just
The Bales lead an average life
Iaverage for circus folks. Besides
Trevorbis wife calls him ""Tom-

my" there's : Mrs. ? .Irene Bale,
; Gloria, 14, Elvin, 11, and Bonnie,
. rtwo. Elvin's twin, Dawnita, is stay stay-J
J stay-J ing with friends in Florida. But the

; w ether tnree cmiaren win ccum ccum-J''
J'' ccum-J'' -;pany their parents as the circus
i vhugs around the country

,: all summer.

Thu circus Is their whole life.

; Trevor Bale comes from a Danish
family that has a 300-year history
of circus performing, Irene Bale
, was an English circus girWa bit
' of riding, trapese and tumbling,"
' she says. The three older children
"nave already decided on a circus
i life, and it seems inevitable that

', ?:iJc Bonnie will follow along,

, "v Daddy lifted Bonnie in the air,
. ""balanced her in one of his big
! hands, tossed her backwards and

, caueht her by her shoulders,

i ""'More," she i.said, with a big
' smile. Daddy stretched hef on the
' -floor and grasped her hands: -i
.n 'Stiffen uo.'. yelled Gloria and

L. -.Vlvin frnm the sidelines.

" "Hold yourself s 1 1 f f. aid

Ronnie held stiff and Daddy

""jjswung her easily overhead.' She
?ooied trettily while her mother

nri brother and sister applauded

"We never tried to miiuence

them at all," said Mrs. Bale.
"When I was boy," Bale said.

1 -"I had no choice. By the time 1
' as three, I was doing hand hand-stand
stand hand-stand on' my father's shoulders in
his bicycle act. It was that way in
siiSShose days. But now, I give my
.'"'"ihildren a choice they can be in
";'7the circus if they want to. And
they all want to."'
" Gloria and Elvln left on errands.
' Elvin was told to check on whether
!r nnt the show was "naying out"

- handinff out oavchecks and, if

,V,'o, when and where.

"Thev're eood cnuaren,T mrs.

rjale said, smiling.

"We ormg : mem up ; re

European way," Bale added. "8o
f. CDnany American kids are too
cheeky. But they love it here.
I "TBonnie was born here in Florida
. wand we call her our little Amer American
ican American girl." ;

- The Bales : travel, during the


season, in the Ringling Brothers
and Bdrnum and Bailey circus
train. In New York, though, they
hate the hotel room. It's here; in
the afternoons, that Trevor Bale
indulges his hobbies painting and
"When I was a boy." he said.i

"all the circus children had to
learn all sorts of ; things. V I

learned to cook -and sew and wash

my own clothes. We had to.. I can
build things I built our house in

Fruitvuie, Fia. and fix engines

and almost anythig."

In his timet he's done virtually

everything connected wiin a cir circusclown,
cusclown, circusclown, ringmaster, bareback
rider, trapeze act, trampoline act,

bicycle act "but always I come
back to my first love, animals"

Now he has 21 tigers, of which 16

are in ue snow.

"The kids love them." he says

"But I don't let them get too close

to the cages. Cats don t like kids.

I know just what you can do witn
a cat. With kids and cats, you
mustn't let them so too far.'

The Bale children, go to scnooi

in ruitvme. during tne winter.

But as soon as- they can, they'll
quit. Their parents don't think
higher education is too necessary
in circus life "as long as they
know their three Rs, that's

enough," Mrs. Bale said.

Durmg the mornings, t n e y

usually practice their budding

repertoire of stunts, uiona ana &i &i-vin
vin &i-vin are expert riders, work on the

trapeze, practice training '"small
animals" like dogs and monkeys.
They're both "horse mad."

Gloria came back; flushed and

out of breath with a tale of being

chased by her brother.

"He's awfuL" she said, -i wisn

he wasn't my brother."

Elvin came in. and threw mm'

self nn a davbed. He'd forgotten

his errand and his father lectured

him on obedience. The final paren parental
tal parental blow was1 a threat to send him

to boarding school if he didn't go

right back and find out wnere ana

when tne circus wis paying out.
He raced -away.
"Thev're eettim? quite cheeky,

the kiddies," said Mrs. Bale.

"They certainly, are," s a i a

Trevor Bale, the tiger tamer-

Please excuse me tor my

frightful behavior," said Gloria

SEOUL, May U (UP- John
M. Chang, the Democratic party's
opposition candidate for vice pres

ident, went into hiding today when
disputed returns placed him a-

head of President Syngman Rhee's

hand-picked running mate.

The Republic of Xorea Cabinet

and election officials met secretly
in the face of posible defeat of Lee
Ki Poong, candidate for vice pres

ident on Knee s Liberal paty ticket,

The Central Election Board halt

ed further counting in some dis

struts, and election. officials in

Taegu, qhich normally votes a

gainst Rhee and his party, staged;

a sitdown strike when they were

not permitted to resign.

Some reports said ballets wore
burned In the street in a few
districts where .Chang's election
.would be assured. J

Khee. easily won reelection to a
third term 'as chief executive in

Tuesday's balloting.

Democratic party officials re

fused to disclose Chang's where whereabouts.
abouts. whereabouts. They said he would not

appear Saturday at the' funeral of

r. H. smnicky. the party's pres-

dential candidate who died May
S while' campaigning against Rhee.

Cbo Bong Am, defeated pre presidential
sidential presidential candidate of the Pro

gressive party, went into hiding
during the final days of the cam campaign
paign campaign because he said extremists
planned to assassinate, him, ..

Radio Seoul reported unofficial.

Iy that Chang was' leading Rhee's

running mate by some 70.000 votes

on the basis of returns in all but
three of the republic of Korea's

181 voting districts.- r

The three unreported districts

are in Taegu a stronghold of
Rhee' opposition.



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Scott Anthony Lewis, for his
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FOR SALE: S'Siten parlar
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tnvtni divaa, 2 larfarm rck rck-rs
rs rck-rs with matthiaf loot steel, 1
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41 Aut Raw. Call 3-4911. ..
FOR SALE; Rafrigarator Couch.
Rtiionabla price. Ava. Central
17-16, .apartment No. II.
FOR SALE: Mahoany living
room I arrtitura, 2 chairs i with
ciithiene $25.00 aa. 2 stop and
. tablet $10.00 aa. Small and
table, $5.00. Corner table, $15.
Coffee table $10.00. 1.4 Watt,
inshaiwjo FrOitfroO' refrigerator,,
$200.00. Phone S-I75I Critto Critto-bal.
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t $35.00. Oalex fiber rug, groan,
12x15, $20.00. Fhone 2-3335. ;
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Ceuch and chair tot, bad and
drawer, refrigerator and mitctU i
lanaaua itamt. Vary reatanable. -Call
Gamboa C-221.
FOR SALE: 60-cvcla parcelaln
refrigerator, $50.00. Baby cari
rlaga, ttroller, badt, floor lamp.
Cheap. Ave. Cuba No. 58, Apt.
FOR SALE- Ona 15.8 cubie
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, now, ideal for ttore, cafe or large
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tlonar C0-cycla 110 Walt, Tel.
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FOR SALE: 14 fa, fbhin,
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hp. Johnton; outboard motor,
lictnsod till April, 1957, $295.-
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FOR SALE: 21 ft. cabin erul erul-aer,
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Tel. Bal. 2-1147.

Weather, Betting" Unsettled
For Tonight's Title Battle

Theweather and the betting are
uoseiuea lor tonigm s return mid
dleufpiohf till fiaht K-t-.-n c
gar Ray Robinson and Carl (Bo-
do i uison at wrigiey Field,
From Uncle Sam's Bureau
came the forecast of "cool, with
possible light sprinkles," ?
And from Lea Vegas, Nov.,
came 'news of Increased support
for Olson : that might cause a
lete switch and send the b a t d d-Ish
Ish d-Ish ex-champ kite the ring fa favored
vored favored to recapture the 1 (0-pound
Srewn. . ; .' i
"Ollr msn.frt.min nrioo tmvnr.
ing Robinson, has just dropped
irora s-io to 12-10' said a spokes spokesman
man spokesman at the Derby ..Club.' .."'And
some of our friends ia the 'East
are quoting even money." Olson
may d lavorea at tne ring time."
Thirf v.fivA-vparjiM Pnhinc,n nf

iew xora: ana 2-year-om Olson
of San Francisco will start their

nationally televised and broadcast
15-rounder at 7 D.m.. Los Anceles

time (10 p.m.; EDT) even if Old

jupe ruvius snouia oe sirenenmg
the ballpark of the Los Angeles
Anppls The snnn.cnr nM ilnnnnn

for the TV-radio rights, and the

snow musi go on, according to tne
promoters. The ring will be pro protected
tected protected by a canvas canopy.

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FOR SALE. 1953 Paatiac Cata-
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.Balboa 3790. H
FOR SALE t I am rattring and
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tne night and day, through fog
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1947 Deluxe Ford Sedan. Good
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Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Corner Amador Road and
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; 1801. y ;
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55 Sedan Combination, perfect
condition. Gulick 60S Mrs. Lara,
Colon 11 30-A, 6 p.m. on.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
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like new, new tires. Owner liv living,
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FOR SALE: 1953 Ford V-S
Custemllne Tudor. New ) tires,',
battery, extras, lew mileage. Tel.
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mador A-mador 5254 mornings.
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line, equipped, new tires, ori-
final owner, $1 250.00 cash .'
87-7135 Clayton Mr. La Grand.
FOR SALE: 1952 black Tudor
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die, $675.00. Call 3-1751 Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal.
FOR SALE i SI Oldsmehila V
Hydramatic. Call 5-548 any
time. .. ,.
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new tires, $65.00. Call 5-503
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door Sedan. Power glide, radio,
good tiros, 27,000 miles, $950.
cash. Phone 83-5188 after 4
( p.m. Friday and all day Satur
day and Sunday.
FOR SALE: i 952 Singer Road,
star very good condition. 1949
Hartley-Davison aioterclcyle very
food condition will trade for
car. Balboa 2-3775.
at Wrielev Field todav. directors
of the Hollywood American Legion
Stadium, who are nromotine the
fight, estimated the advance sale
at. $160,000. They were uncertain
if 'the weather would curtail the
expected 17,500 fans and $200,000
gate, a record foe California, t
. -Although Olson Is a throe-time
loser to Sugar Ray in their trio
of drevieus fights, he is robust
ly supported for this one be
cause many boxing men believe
champion Robinson's .ancient
legs will tire badly if tho bout
. lasts mor than seven rounds.
' Aearessive Bobo. who xeta :
blistering pace, was favored at 3-1
at cmcago stadium last Dec. 9
because of his youth and stamina
and because Robinson had not
been impressive while winning five
oi nis six previous comeoacK
bouts. But Sugar Ray cut loose
with; a burst of head-punches that
knocked out Bobo at 1:51 of the
second round and made Robinson
the first man in ring history to
recapture the middleweight cown
ALLEGAN, Mich. (UP) In
1895,;' an insurance company re refused
fused refused to issue a policv to Mrs.
Lucinda West because she had a
heart condition. Recently, she ob observed
served observed her 90th birthday.


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buffet mahogany,, radio cabinet
with loud speaker, Hallicrafter
radio, large portable phonograph.
Bedroom tot double) bed, Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood type, with beauty rest
mattress and baa: springs, chest
; of drawers, dresser with ttool.
Twin beds with bos springs and
mattresses, three tiered aide
: table, one open cabinet, I stand-.
, ing lamp, I" dresser, 2 coffee
tables, 1 hassock. Girl's English
bicycle in good shape, 1 Ken Ken-mere
mere Ken-mere automatic Washer, almost
new, perfect condition. Reason Reasonably
ably Reasonably priced for quick tale. tel.
BUILD YOUR own garden walls r
and small buildings with MOR-
TARLESS interlocking concrete
blocks. No mertar; or skilled,
labor required. Now available
In permanent pastel colors, Tel.!
S4022. L- v- i
- FOR' SALE: 1 20 watt trans' i
mrtter Collins 32V3, used yery
' little, Now price $800.00. My i
1 price $600.00, Call Balboa 2-i'
1147. : v t
FOR SALERicarde iA. Mire,
S.A., Juetrtctived wickt fet Ser. t
flame kerosene stoves 90c. eaeh.r
and I for $2.40. last 16th St. I
N 6-20. ' .'
FOR SALEx-1953 Triumph mo motorcycle
torcycle motorcycle 650 e.e., very good condition,-
very good tlrot. Price, i
$300.00. Hoese 371, Parafto j
er 25-3816. ' 1
FOR SALE: Motorcycle BSA
50 i.e., tideear. Will trade for
automobile.Tel. 2-5426, Pan- ;
ama. n
Valsrlrcnl Bo$$r J
Joseph Anasfasio,
Given ileal Sent!:!!
NEW YORK, May 18 (tJP)-
The funeral of waterfront boss
Joseph Anastaslo yesterday re
mindedold timers today of tne
lavish sendoffs of the late 20'e-
"i havent seen so many flow
ers since they laid FrankJe Vale
away In 1928," a. veteran report
er said. Yale's "spectacular"
funeral was necessitated by a
fatal brush with Scarf ace hX
Capone. , f ; l
' Bystanders', counted S3 long,
black flower cars in front of tlio
Reglna Pacis Votive shrine and
estimated the floral offerings
worth at Jeast $10,000. Also In
the. funeral procession were
some 100 cars full of mourners.
Anastaslo, one of ;the lesset lesset-known
known lesset-known members of thd well well-known
known well-known tfsiterfroni "f family, diJ
Sunday in Lone Island College
Hospital of an undisclosed ail
ment.--; -, t
Prominent among the mourn
ers were his brothers, Albert
Anastasla, Anthony (Tough To Tony)
ny) Tony) Anastasla, and Gerardo
Anastaslo. The family U Anas
taslo, but Albert and Anthony
spell it with an "A." The funcr1
al mass was offered by another
brotner, the Rev. Salvatore A A-nastasio.
nastasio. A-nastasio. The string of 33 flower cars
was five less than Yale rated
but, since they make flower cars
bigger these days, probably con
tained more flowers. The string
of 100 mourner : cars was Just
four less than Yale's funeral at attracted.
tracted. attracted. Anastasio's body, in a $4,000
mahogany and bronze casket,
was carried by eight pallbear
ers. -.
A police sergeant and three
patrolmen directed traffic away
from the church and trjed to
control the crowd of onlookers,
estimated at 1,500.

Apartments :

ATTENTION G. 1.1 Jest built
. modern furnished apartments, I.
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wates,
Phone Panama 8-4941.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished,
modern apart merit 1 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living room, dining room,
kitchen. For 3 months, Juno let
to August' 31st. Phone Panama
3-4868. j-,"
FOR RENT: Furnished or un-
furnished apartment: : 2 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, 2 bathrooms, t etc., m
Bella Vista. Phone 3-6097, 2 2-2504.
2504. 2-2504. FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room with : bath, large
kitchen, large bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment all screened. 25
square meters intide apartment
foe laundry, drying and ironing,
largo rioters, garage. House No.
5, Eusebie A. Morales Ave. in
El Cangrejo, corner bouse. Phone
Panama 3-0579 N
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment; intpected, hot
i water, newly decorated, desirable
location. Via Porrat 82. 'Tele--phone
FOR RENT: Comfortable a-
ipartmentt In recently built build build-,
, build-, Ing. "El Cangrejo", Telephone
. FOR RENT: Best 'located, one one--
- one-- room furnished apartment. Clean
v and comfortable. -43rd St, No..
13. .,
FOR RENT: Completely fur-l
pished 2 bedroom apartment,
- tosidentiol district. 45th. East
(St. Ne. 2-197."
FOR RENT-Unfurnithed mod mod-am
am mod-am apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, v dining-living room,
maid's .room with bathroom, ga-
' rage, hot water. Phone: business -hours
2-0321, Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-,
merit, 2 bedrooms, living room,,
' dining room, kitchen. San Fran-
t . r. m i L
ism or. no. leicpnono A
S-MSI and 3-564S.
FOR RENT: Modem apart
ment, 2 bedrooms, living and
dining room, -large kitchen and,
! balcony, tereeried, etc. Comfort-v
' able, reasonable price, front UnlV
. varsity; Apply' Ave Jose do Fa Fa-brega
brega Fa-brega Ne. 22 (Pasadena! '8 to
12 m 2 p.m. to SVp.m.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, v porch, parler-diningreom,
bedroom, kitchen. All screened.
Good surroundings, $60.00. Ap Apply
ply Apply 112 Via Belisarie Porras near
Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in Bella Vista,
51st. St. No. 42. Call Zubieta,
Tel. 3-3337.-
FOR RENT. Completely fur furnished
nished furnished one bedroom apartment,
ground floor, private haute, oven
gat stove, refrigerator, v Bella
Vista. ToL 1-1146. 7 v
FOR RENTH-Fismished apart
ment, 2 bedrooms, living room,'
dining room, porch, kitchen,
beautiful view, centrally located,
cool, quiet, Phonet 3-0276
FOR RENT: Modem, cool, one
bedroom apartment, very easy to
furnish, hot water, near the El
Panama Hotel. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT, Small furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment near American Embas Embassy.
sy. Embassy. Call Tel. 3-3467.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen. 13th St. No. 16, -San
Francisco,' Via Porras. Pbene 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished two
. bedroom apartment. Electric,
gas and telephone, service Inn
eluded. Apply No, 34, 44th St.,
1 Apartment' 1.
FOR RENT: Two apartments
withh two bedrooms each, hot
' water, near Bellavitta Theatre.
Ave. Cuba No. SS. ToL 2-1227,
.y sale
Ave. Eloy Alfaro 15-159
Tel. 2-0610

- Housed

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
'. Vith two bathrooms, living room,
-dining room, kitchen, porch,
maid t room, two faraget and t
; large lawn at 50th St. and Cam
, po Alegre. For mformatioa; tall
jDe Roui 3-0908s -X r
FOR RENT Beautiful chalet,'
comfortably furnished, garage,.
household articles, hot Water.
TeL 3-5356 ( i'..,;
FOR RENT Vacation quarters
completely! furnished house near
Paitilla Airport from June 15 to
Aug. 15. Reasonable rental to
right person. Tel. 3-5320 7
'a.m., I p.m., 6. .;-'
FOR RENT: Modern comfort-1
1 able chalet. Screened,' 3 (b e d d-rooms,
rooms, d-rooms, living and dining roam,
terrace, garage, etc. Reasonable
, price, facing University. Apply:'
, Ave. Jose do fabrega No. 22
I Pasadena ) I a.m. to 12 aeon;
; 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Vacation Quarters
June 15 to September I. Com Com-pletoly
pletoly Com-pletoly furnished house, kitchen,
dining and living-room, 3 bed-
rooms one air-conditioned, 2
v baths, maid's quarters, large
yard, garage. Located Bella Vtt Vtt-ta.
ta. Vtt-ta. Phone 3-6757.
Vacation Quarters ideal House
, Ancon. fully furnished.. For June
and July. Reasonable rent. To
responsible people. Call Balboa
. 6339 Saturday or Sunday.
FOR, RENT: Large chalet, plenty
of grounds in cool Las Cumbreo,
Living room, dining room, kitch-
. en, laundry and breakfast nook,
three large bedrooms, nursery, 1
sewing room, storadV ream, two
baths, outside maid's Voom com-
' plete with bath and gatden stor
age er workshop. Covorfd two-
car garage. Fenced in yird. Tel.
Panama 2-2142.
FOR RENT Commercial site,
one block, from the public mark market.
et. market. Telephone 2-0249.
Panama Line
, Sailing 1
The Panama liner Panama sail sailed
ed sailed from New York yesterday with
38 passengers booked for Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal and. seven en route to Port-au-Prince,
Haiti, y
The complete adavnee nasseneer
list for Cristobal follows: Miss
Anne Angelilli; Mr. and Mrs. G.
P, Cahill; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H.
uavis; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E,
Del Balso: Miss Mary Del Vec-
chio; Mrs. Caroline' R. F r a x e r;
Henry Gadsen; Mrs. Dorothy Gcr Gcr-finkel;
finkel; Gcr-finkel; Nat Gordon; Mr. and Mrs.
u. u uruenDergj j
Mrs. Edith Kohn; Mr. and Mrs.;
Bernard E. McDermott: Mr. and
Mr. f t Ua! tt.inhl.M. I w. IP:. I
leen McMahon: Miss Camilla Mas-
tricola; Miss Celia Mestern; W11-!
nam u. Mummaw; Airs. Nellie
Polinski: Denis A. Real and 3
rkilr)l4n fiep rttvltlA PirASo Dm.
vtisaua c aa, ia ioo uutiuc aii ;a a ji, e-
fael Rokian;; Miss Stella. Shreve;
Miss Mudren btram; Mrs. Mary:
Sullivan; Mr. and Mrs. John CJ
Thayer; Hemaado Uribe; Mr. and
Mrs. James vail. : v
v.. y ' f
Films Tcen By ;
Negro Phol
To Be Destroyed
Senate Sergeant At Arms
Joseph C. Dune said today he
will destroy the films taken by
a Negro photographer Wednes Wednes-dav
dav Wednes-dav in, violation of a Senate
committee chairman's order.
Sen. Olin O. Johnston 4D-SC.)
confiscated the film yesterday
from Theodore Gaffney, a pho photographer
tographer photographer for "Jet" magazine at
a Senate Judiciary Committee
hearing. v.
Johnston." presiding .at the
hearing, seized the film after
Gaffney took a picture of him :
with attorney' Clarence" Mltchll
of the National Association for j
the Advancement of Colored I
People. 1
Mitchell termed the incident j
as "an example of South Caro
lina's police state methods." He
saW: "Even the most rabid seg segregationist
regationist segregationist should realize that!
what -happened. to him (Gaff (Gaffney)
ney) (Gaffney) is an assault upon the free-1
dom of the press." i ; I
ftRLANDO. n. -:'t py- ntv

policemen have finally taken pityii

on tne coangeiess motorist. From
now on, each traffic policeman
will carry $4 worth of nickels with
him to make change for the mo
torist who cant find a nickel fur
the parking meter. The city plans
eventually to install regular money-changing
machines at olf street
parking lots. I


; fceath house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
Cromlich'e Santa Ciera Beach :
. Cottages. Modern conveniences.
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441. y- ; Al i
PHILLIPS Occbnside CoHage. 1
Santo Clara, lea 435. Bolboo.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Critie Critie-bel
bel Critie-bel 3-1673.
.. Swim and relax at Shrapnel's
, beach hemes. Santa Clara. Phone .'
. Thompson, Balboa 1772, v
FOR RENT. Beautifully fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished housekeeping room, dou-.
I hie couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached stove, bath
- and entrance independent. No. 3
. 52nd. Street. Phone 3-0638. :
f FOR RENTIn residential sec-
lion, well ventilated, furnished
room, telephone, independent
: bath to lady only. St. 34. House
2-21. Apt. I low fleer., right
hand, i 1
WANTED: Set of weights for
weight lifting about 200 lbs.
Balboa 2-3775:
MEMPHIS. Tenn. -a?Pu- Th
jusiur oi unasay Memorial Pres-
uyieuan cnurcn nete says he's
- -,! vuiiuug as gems.". His
ntme is
Dr,. Harold


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COLPAN Reconditioned
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' ., LISTEN:
Colpan brings you the Lottery Drawings Surday:

10:55 a.m. Radio Panamerlcana

Panama 1090 Kcs.

Panama VS ; '''
2-18 js Ve, ';

2 Used Car Lots on Auto' Row

Position Offered

JOB opportunity experienced
and fully qualified electronics
techniciano and outside sale
men. Apply 'Tropelco S.A;" with
.references.-'- u

WANTED : Capable, experienc-
r ed English secretary and filing-
clerk. Should be conversant with Z
Spanish. Apply in person- at Pan Pan-,
, Pan-, ama Plywood Corporation, Teen?
men, with references.

WANTED: English-Spanish
stenographer for temporary wore.
Phone 2-4944. ;

WANTED Experienced bilingual 1
secretaries with personality. Sten-
egrapher-receptionist, neat ap-
pearanco, pleasing pe:onality.
Good salaries. Panama Personnel
! rottmena .' Ave. V No 34-34.
and Secretarial Bureau. Juste A- Z
.- Telephone 1466. ; i '."

Help Wonted : j

WANTED. Maid to da general
housework! no cooking, muit
.v live in. Call between 8-9 e.m'.
and 6-7 p.m. only. Phone 2-
-354e-. ;
. WANTEDAmtrican family
needs maid for general duty, V
. references, live in of out. Via
, Argentina Casa Monterey, Aphr-
No..s. :.

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Real Estate

FOR SALE t Land, 4200 Mtrt., ;
fruit trees in Sajaliees; house
hold articles. Hs 20, 11th St.,
Parque Lefovre.,.. ,

g f t ;

jcom ai V


$ 795.
' 895.
Colon 1230 Kcs.

25c i i- 10c.
Also: ; -v
7 VOL'
25c. .4' i 13c.
- Also:
-CENTRAL Theatre--
?5c. - 0c-
James Dean and Natalie Wood, in
'ja Technicolor and CinemaScopel
12:43 2:lt 4:S2 : 9:11 m.
DHIVE-M Thsatre
'' Fopnlar Nighf! $1.10 PEE CAR?
vStewart GRANGER ft Berorah KERR
Sic. i 30c.
Terrific European Double Feature
v DOMENICA (Storms of Desire)
. r Also: ;
r ro
; r iC f 01 4,
,Tiiree Flctures!
. : J
'' 'lady for a :
(. sight, ;.
jealous murder;
25c. ,
Bank Night S220.W
Virginia Mayo, In -FEAFL
; Also: -'
Margaret O'Brien ft Walter Brennan
glory r
Here's a picture that does young
.N things to your heart!
Shows: 3:08 4:42 8:53 8:58 p.m.




by Erskint Johnson

i t


pl Inning to 'create' new audiences

by building housing units adjoin

infl or ntar his theaters." You

bitter bar TV sots from those

lywood Smorgasbord: Grace Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's "The Swan" hatched a lot of
foose eggs in Los Angeles box

office figures, but opened bigathomesf mister,"

ftew rork s music hsu meaier.
There's no predicting. m o v i c
audiences coast-to-coast . .
USC's fun magazine, the' Wampus,
reports a doll wondering how the
Russians do it. She says: "When

I drink vodka I say 'Yes' to every everything".'
thing".' everything".' ... A London scribe asked
p a t r i c e Wymore more about
- the Jamaica plantation she' and
iErrol Flynn own. After she talked
.about the 3,-000 acres abundant in
bananas, coconuts and cattle, the
'reporter asked: "No rum
interests?"- -:
"Only as consumers, dead-
panned Mrs. Flynn.

' Rack 'n' roll is ovon Invading

the lono prairie. A Hollywood
tunosmith is trying to peddle
a ditty titled, "Rock V Roll Cow-

Dandridee. about sex appeal:

"Slinky dresses and moist lipsand
that kind of stuff are not appeal appealing.
ing. appealing. Appeal is a dynamism which
comes from within. It's a com

pound of basic honesty, intel

ligence and little-girlnesj."

This Is Hollywood,' Mrs. Jones

Vanessa Brown, telling about a
Hollywood party tossed by a pro

ducer whose new borne is decora

ted in the Japanese manner,


boy." Robin Raymond, Inciden

tally, says she dreamed aooui
" seeing ..a newspaper photo of
r D-k Hudion with Los Angeles

"Dictriet Attorney Ernest Roll. It Now she's a uranium hunter. She

was captioned, naturally, "Rocki even takes a Geiger counter to

"Authentically Japanese?

should say so. All the guests were

given genuine samurai swords to

barbecue their not aogs on.

Overheard at Frascati's: ""Five

years ago she was a gold digger,


Sequel to Peggy King's tomato
sauce singing commercial: Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Pianist Murray Arnold and
Actor Casey Adams are doing
one about pork and beans.
'RKO and singer Lisa .Kirk are
talking a movie deal. '. Record

record: Jo siaiiora, jusi re-iBireupi:riice



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Both sides vulv
Wert North East
2 24
Pass 4 Pass
Pass 1

Opening lead a) 10

night clubs.'

Hollywood's talking about: NBC

TV taking over four big movie
stages at a California studio for
future telefilm production. .
Judv' Garland joining the "I want

to be on film" chorus for TV ap

hv Columbia records, has soi production ao

33.odo.000 platters since becoming! than it was two years ago.

a recording star.-

. Cornell Wilde suspects he'll be
asked to recite the Rubaiyat now
ht hn's atarrine In "The .Loves

of Omar Khayyam." After play-

ing Chopin in "A Song W e e-tmmhnr
tmmhnr e-tmmhnr "' neoole forever were

asking hUtt to play the pUno..
"I still can'tvplaf the piano,"'
he grins, v'but at toast l n re re-cite
cite re-cite the Rubalyaf." '
; Robert Taylor's wife,'- Ursula
Thiess.-had to nix a trip to Europe
, for premieres there of "Bandido,"
i jn which she, co-stars with Bob
Mitchum, She's due for -U.S. cit citizenship
izenship citizenship in September and leaving
the country now, as S non-citizen,
wAiilri comollcate the Taylors' in

come tax problems. Under a new
- law, they would have to pay their

entire year's income tax in ao ao-in
in ao-in order to ealn re-entry.

Polly Adler,,who wrote THAT

DOOK, A ri0Ue IS Vl iiumc,.
, it snnhomore again in business

administration at a local junior

college! ( j ;
. Orehoitra leader Phil Spitalny,

Tin Pan AHey hoars, lost a flock
' of notes greenback notesin the
flop of one of those big Las Vegas
' hetali. . News item: ''Theater

. chain owner Robert L, Llppert

South was sure to make his con

tract in today's hand because he
had., the eight of, clubs. Strangely,

ints cam was vital,

South won the first trick with
the king of spades, led a diamond

to the ace, ruffed a diamond, led
a trump to dummy's ice, and
ruffed, another diamond. He then
led a low club, losing dummy's
jack to East's queen.
What could East return? If East
returned a low heart, South would

7nomini movie unesse lne "lne rcing west mio

fwars aao neart l' toe. ceueen or a club" In Mieo. Of L ln eKP?r 3 a"'

36-year-old- Mexicans film' star
Miguel Torruco. Heart failure,
just as he was being "hailed as
Mexico's best bet for Hollywood
stardom. '

r!:r.d Orosnijl


To Ceccnts Minister

rtoPuv 21. totally blind for eight

years, has begun his second se

mester at Juouni union uuuee

here! with a purpose,

DpPuv savs he got his call to

enter the ministry wnue seivmis

as organist for a Texas -cnurcn
in 1952 during one of his 'annual

jaunts that nave waen mm iu
thousands of miles around th

country as tutcn-niKer. (

"r had hPfn olavina there about

three weeks when I realized my
ii tn rv Christianuv." DePuy

said. He left Texas at once for
Cleveland to complete hia high
school work so he could tram for
the ministry.

South his tenth trick.

Even if East were in position to

lead the jack or ten of hearts.

South would cover with the queen

oi hearts to bring about the same
situation. In -short, East could not
safely return a heart no matter

what he held in thai suit,'
East returned theten of-clubs

and South covered with the king,

west won with the ace or clubs-,
but was still in trouble. He couldn't

return j heart or diamond,
West had to lead another club.

East had to play the nine of clubs.

and this established South'! eight
as his tenth trick. South could win
the return and cash the eight of

clubs to discard a low heart from

the dummy.
'Political Lollipop'

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Th new German : "2UNDAAP" motorbyke, is
' sturdy, economical In operation, built for the.
ages .. immensely "useful, for pleasure, for work.
'for students ... and the price, regularly $225.00
now with our special introductory offer.'..
'. only $180.00 for 2onians, for the first five units'
sold. Available also on credit or club, at
- r

Central 26-79

(next to Encanto Theatre)


Pl:n Dy El!:d:r


Sen. Allen J. Ellender today ridi ridiculed
culed ridiculed President Eisenhower's plan

for soil bank pre-pay ments as "a
political lollipop.'! t
The Louisiana Democrat, chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate Agriculture
Committee, made the remark in
nnnnina Senate debate on a new

farm bill. The measure is built

around the billion-dollar soil' bank
program designed to take surplus
crop land out of production.

TheHotise, in approving the

measure, had refused to give ine

President authority to pay farm

ers 500 million this year for prom promises
ises promises to put acreage in the soil
bank next year. There appeared
to be no chance that the Senate
would put in the pre-payment pro provision.
vision. provision. 1
"Such payments would be un unwise,
wise, unwise, impractical and basically
unsound and agricultural will-o'-the-wisp,
Ellender said.
Ellender defended a provision of
ih hilt that 'would make manda

tory increases in price props of

feed grains this year and next
year. He said it would only put
them on "a fair and normal rela relationship"
tionship" relationship" with corn.
He tharged that the administra administration
tion administration has shown "rank favoritism"
to main belt farm growers and
has "shabbily treated" growers of
barley, grain sorghums, otts and

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DettaJ lian iIm wlMra load.
log tore is cafrii boloft

( MIMCkillf.

's.$ttm of, barge is km- m
y orad to tFOttt. Sallafs J

j at mw m4 stem t
- loadiag cratt ride oloao

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Kty t aerarig is Mnvlift coaibiaetifta ef skis one

i ktls that tMbles aJaat to load m vetar omI Iin i r ,t
ao Mm aartaca os kaf at forward laa, h eiaiatoiaad. V

HITCHHIKING BEACHLANDER A patent has been granted s
to E. B. Pierce or All American Engineering Company for a
new method of launching assault boats at beachheads. The A
' : drawing above shows how the aircraft drops the boat while
maintaining forward taxi speed. The new hydro-lift landing
' gear makes the method possible, and opens the way for faster
troop movement. ..,,.-




partment displays its newest addition to the force, an M-8
. ermored car. -A World War II veteran; the vehicle will be used
. for police work in combating riots and barricaded gunmen.
, Modifications by the Detroit arsenal included installation of
pistol and tear gas gunporu, increased visibility and extra
hatches for the four-man crew. The car's top speed is 58
miles per hour. ..,

Jean Crab's Hyljt?

Denies lb Deal Heer
Until 'She Gave In ;
Film star Jeanne Crain'i husband,

manufacturer Paul, Brtnkman,
said today his wife's charges that
he beat her until she submitted to
him were "wholly untrue." i
Brinkman said that as a result
of Miss Crain's amended divorce
action in which she aired the beat beating
ing beating charges he had "no choice":
except to file a cross-complaint a
asking that. he be granted toe

"I'm deeply grieved over the
Impact, these charges will have on

our four children," Brinkman

said through his attorney. "I could
hardly believe my wife had read
the divorce complaint she signed,
or she would have known the

charges are. wholly untrue."
Brinkman said that he had been
proud of their 11 years of happily
married Fife and blamed the break breakup
up breakup of their marriage on Miss
Crain's worries over her career.
He denied that she had been
supporting him' since they were
married, pointing out he recently

-told his manufacturing business

and the sale was bringing them

a $3,850 monthly income.
The handsome businessman also
said that. Miss Crain included al allegations
legations allegations that he had affairs with

other women as detailed in a

scandal magazine although they
had discussed the story "and she
knows the allegations were wholly
false and unfounded."

After electing Richard Rita
as its secretary and newest mem member,
ber, member, the Republican town commit

tee discovered: (1) he's not. a

Republican; (2) he's not a voter.
Sairl th nnmmittA rhlirmin-

"He'd worked for us for a year

and was so much a part of us that
the nomination went through with without
out without our thinking about It."


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. 'mnt are SOME OF THE YOUNG LADIES who will be part
! .V ?JLr inLti reoresenting the various Airlines

' ilVthmVir Prom ieTt -to: right they are the Misses Chela Boyd, Ana Kaquei Uiams, Maree ,
''iXlJMuvLmU'nVli Hattler and Sandra Motta. This original original-'
' original-' 'ffitSw ofthe erenlng of gaiety at the Union dub-on May 26th.
' ?Mpn pSittMTto Wrdo' Arias -wU--be-iruerta of honor at this affair,..
'SuA&B buUding of the Asilo de Nuestra Be- ;
i fiora In Chorrllla ;. ' n,-,

' The- Charge d'Affalrs of the Republic of Argentina and
mm Netre are Issuing invitations for a reception to be
rivw athTEmbaMy on May 25th from 7 to p.m to com
SImorate the H6th Anniversary of the, May Revolution of
Independence. V

Prwir Dlnntr
Thr Governor of Colon, and Mrs,
Jose Maria Gonzalez honored the
Governor' of the Canal Zone j and
Mrs. John S. Seybold with a fare

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well dinner at! their residence on
the Atlantic side recently.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and. Mrs. N. H. McCauley,
of Balboa, announce the birth of
their fourth child, i daughter, on
May 16, at Gorgas Hospital. The
little gin will receive the name,
Marjone Gail.
Cavemen And Mrs,. Seybold
Lvint Saturday '.
Tbe Governor of the Canal Zone


?: -re

and Mrs. John S. Seybold will sail
aboard the SS "Ancon" on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, The Seybolds who have been
honored with numerous farewell
parties, will be greatly missed by
the many friends they have made
during their tour of duty on the
Arrive On Isthmus
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Schwab
and. their daughter, Janet, are the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. A-
lexander McKeown of Margari
ta. They arrived --br-wane from
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania recent-
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Bo 134, Pc
n a
of ajjageant during which
and Trave Agencies .on the
Mr. And Mr, M. C. O'Hearn
Leave i
Mr and Mrs. M.- e a r n
who have been visiting the Isth
mus as house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Scott and Mrs. F. L.
Scott of Colon, sailed from the Pa
cific side on Tuesday for Califor
Leave For Ntw York
Dr. and Mrs. Harmodio Arias,
Jr., have emplaned for New York
u .i ...:n i i.
wncic uicy wiif apeuu lew weeks
neiore returning to ranama.
"Deapedlda" For
Dean McDonald "
All the cathedral croups will H-
nite to host a "despedida" on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening for Dean'M. Rich
ard McDonald, Dean of St. Luke s
Cathedral, Ancon, who is leaving
on Tuesday for Memphis, "Tennes
see, where he win take up his

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Firs!, Third Wives J:
Inharll Frcm Kcrda;
Maria Csls Ilolhing
LONDON. May 18 (UP) Late
film magnate Alexander Korda re
membered his first and third
wives but skipped his second.
Merle -Oberon, in his will publish
ed loaay. t
It showed Korda. who amassed
one or ifiimdom's Digger fortunes
aner leaving Hungary nearly pen penniless
niless penniless in the 1920's was not a mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire when he died last year.
Tbe estate amounted to $979.-
aia gross. Alter duties and ex
penses there remained $442,800.
Korda left a bequest of $5,600 to
his first wife,, silent-movie star
Maria Farkas. They were divorc-
ea m utw. ' v
Korda later married Miss Ober
on. After their divorce, he marri married
ed married 28-year-old Lady Alexandra
Irene Korda, a Canadian farmer's
daughter, in 1953. He left her one-
fourth of the residue of the state.
Korda's son Peter was given
one-half of tbe residue and i h e
remaining one-fourth was left to
the children of Korda's brothers,
zoitan ana Vincent.
new post as Rector' of G r a c e
Church in that city, c
Miis Nellie Holgerton ; '
E mplanea For Mexico j :
Miss Nellie Holgerson left for
Mexico, D. F. during the early
part of this week. She plans to
spend a week in the Mexican Ca
pital before proceeding to the
States to spend the rest of her
three month vacation vi si tins
irienas ana relatives.
Beat Wishes For Recovery
We would like to offer our wish wishes
es wishes for the quick recovery of Mrs.
Tommy King, who suffered an ac
cident at her home' several days
so. ... ;
No-Host Luncheon Will Honor
Mrs. Georoe N. Enalk
As a tribute to its Past Presi
dent and Honorary Member. Mrs.
George N.' Engelke, the Cristobal
Woman's Club is sponsoring a no no-host
host no-host luncheon Saturday, May ?8,
at 12:30 p.m. at the Hetel Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Reservations m a t be
made by May 23 with Mrs. A. L.
Logan; 3-1921, Mrs. M. F. Dunn,
3-2528, Mrs. W. F. Grady, 3-1435,
or Mrs. Andrew Metzgar, 5-478
AU friends of Mrs. ngeme are
welcome to participate in this fare
well luncheon.
Mr. And Mrs. Wells D, Wright
To Leave On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Wells D. Wright
accompanied by their son plan to
spend some of their three months
vacation motoring from New York
to California and back. They will
leave the Isthmus tomorrow a-
board the SS ."Ancon.'
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Paris Bus Drivers
Oil 24-llor Sirica
For Higher Vfcgss;
PARIS. May 18 (UP) Paris
buses stoppped today as' drivers
and conductors went on a 24-hour
strike for more nay.
Subways, were running partial
The big Communist, Socialist,
Catholic and Independent Labor
Unions have ordered all bus per
sonnel out on a 24-hour strike in
support of higher wages.
Tne unions are demanding a
monthly wage boost of between
8.000 and 15,000 francs $22 $45),
The claim is a long standing one,
and the unions call the men out
from time to time to, press their
claim. .
The government has authorized
private bus owners to run on the
normal routes served by the Par Paris
is Paris Transport Company,- and in the
event that subway services are
completely disrupted will call out
army trucks.
. One of the grudges of bus drivers
is that the drivers of trains on tne
subway get paid more than they
dO. -V',- -..'. i-'.:;4'-.---
'i'hev also maintain that owing
to shortage of staff they have to
complete more circuits in their
0u$es than is comfortable.
At tne present uey worn an av average
erage average U-uour week. (
Arrpy Asking Bids
For txeds I terns
Sealed bids will be received by
the property disposal officer on
June 4 at 8 a.m. at building .708,
Corozal. lor 122 items of foreign
excess personal property located
in ouuaing iuo, uirozai.
These items inciuae; casn re
eisters. zarmo press parts. pu
Tows, electric ranges material
ment. laundry equipment parts,
handling equipment, : cabinets,
generator set, electrical equip equipment,
ment, equipment, laundry equipment parts,
tables, conduit, dishwashing mach-
ing, mixing machine, meat grind
er, typewriters, duplicating macn
ines. deep fat fryers, electric grid
dles, toasters J offset press n parts,
blankets, radio frequency auners,
gasoline tractor, transformers ana
other items of interest,
St. Christopher's
Plans Jo Observe I
Whitsunday :J
The feast of the descent of the
Holy Spirit at Pentecost Whitsun Whitsunday
day Whitsunday will be observed with appro appropriate
priate appropriate services at St Christopher's
Episcopal Church, Rio Aba jo.'
There will be two celebrations
of the Holy Communion, the first
at f a.m., and the second begin beginning
ning beginning at 7:30 a;m. -A jy$ -:
The Jiev. Clarence w. Hayes wui
officiate at both services assist assisted
ed assisted by the Rev. Clarence A. Crag Crag-welL
welL Crag-welL ..
U.S., Red Chinese
End 47 th Meeting
Still Deadlocked
1 GENEVA. MAv 18 fTJPi-iAmer.
lean and Communist Chinese am
bassadors held their 47th meeting
nere today on the deadlocked is
sue of a pact renouncins the use
oi force in tne rormosa area.
The two-hour session ended with
the usual brief communique which
said only that U.S. Ambassador U.
Alexis Johnson and Chinese Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Wang Ping-nan would
meet again next Thursday.
Richard Haigh, a student at the
South Dakota School of Mines and
Technology, received a belated
birtnday present, it was a ease,
and Richard noted "it was sort of
dry." It had been mailed earlier
by his mother, Mrs. Harold Haigh
at uenry, s.u. , u

You can have golden-brown, fluffy-light pan pancake
cake pancake whenever you want them now that Aunt
Jemima pancake mix is packed in tbe new her hermetically
metically hermetically sealed tint In the tin, Aunt Jemima
keeps fresh indefinitdf. Ifs always pur and
eqe so you can keep a supply handy all the time.

IJS Treasury Forecasts Whopping Surplus;
Speculation Rife Qn Income Tat

The Treasury yesterday forecast
a $1,800,000,000. budget surplus for
the fiscal rear endine June 30. a
boost of $1,600,000,000 billion over
its previous estimate.
Tbe figures, released in an un
usual public statement, promptly
touched oii new speculation about
possibilities of an individual in
come tax cut this year.
.However President Eisenhower,
at an .April 25 news conference.
indicated a surplus of well over
1V4 billion dollars would be nec
essary before he would recom
mend a tax cut. '..
Th Treasury ttatemant came
en the hoola of a forecast by the
staff of the Joint Congretfione
at Committee on Texts that the
budget : Surplus this year will
turn out to be $2400,000,000
whan final figures art in. ;
a'M" If
showed federal spending of $65,-
900,000,000 this year, 1,600,000,000
more than the previous estimate.
Government income was figured
at $67,700,000,000, a whopping $3. $3.-200,000,000
200,000,000 $3.-200,000,000 over the'? earlier, esti
mate, making the new surplus fig figure
ure figure $1,80,000,000. ,.' .. v-
The previous budget surplus ug-
nro which thfe I'l-Pflsiirv ctnrir
until today, -was zo million dol

lars, This estimate was made m'ttUnoint
Tamtam .!'. f.. .". i .

me- new ;ugurea are uasea on
the first 100 months of the current
fiscal yean through Anril 30.
They are certain to touch off re renewed
newed renewed demands in Congress. for an
election-year tax. cut. ;
In April- Rep.,: Richard; M.
Simpson (R-Pa.), a leading
-member of the House Ways A
Meant Committee,, predicted a
4 billion- dollar surplus and call
ed for an. across-the-board tax
Cut..?, .v;,
An individual mcome tax cut al
so was one of the key- items in
Senate Democratic Leader L y n
don B. Johnson's proposed "pro "program
gram "program with a heart,r which he pre
sented to Congress m- January.
Democrats have been waiting to
see the actual budget outlook be before
fore before making an all-out drive for
a tax cut - f
Perhaps significantly, the ad administration
ministration administration explained the reason
for its new estimates. In letters to
the chairman of the Senate .fi
nance and House Ways k Means
committees the tax-writing com committees
mittees committees of Congress as well as
the appropriations committees of
both houses. ; t J
The letter; .signed by Treasury
Secretary : George M. Humphrey
and Budget Director Perclval F.
Brundage, said:
"...For ,ome weeks unas neen
evident that the unsurge of pros-
" ..... .

perity in the nation has mcreasedifraetQ,.;Mi.. r.ther didn't help

current federal budget receipts,
and..,, current economic factors
nave ,aiso: piayea,.' wyimiwui
part in increasing expenditures om
ver earner esumaies...- j'
Neither Humphrey ner Rrund Rrund-ate
ate Rrund-ate commented en the "possibi "possibility
lity "possibility ef e tax cut. They said only
that the prepspectlve $100,000, $100,000,-900
900 $100,000,-900 surplus ''will make a. most
welcome reduction m our huge
national debt." f ' v
They also said the ; estimates
still are subject to change when
final figures -are in, but added
that they "represent our best judg-
ments on the Dasis oi tne uata now
available." 's:.; A ?
PORTtANDv Me.--(UP- The
city of Portland authorized the
purchase of 13 new police cars in a
two-tone finish of black and white
UuimMl tn h conspicuous enoueh
to give the impression of "police
omnipreaenvc, v
Gdlllnj Up Illzbli
H yen mr from Ottuiur tie
Mchts, BMkaeb. Vtg Plni, Lom
of visour, Narrousncra or wJt wJt-nu
nu wJt-nu you ihould h)p your Prostata
Oland Imimdlately wivh ROGBNA.
- Thla woadar madlcln aiakaa
i y faal younaar, atronrar and
laap witnout interrupuon. ua
POOENA from your chemlat todajs,
Batlrt aaUoa tuaraataad, a

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The sharpest increases since the.

January estimate were a $100, $100,-000,000
000,000 $100,-000,000 boost, in expected- indivi individual
dual individual income taxes and a $1,200, $1,200,-000,000
000,000 $1,200,-000,000 hike in expected corpora corporation
tion corporation ;tar collections. t
Anticipated receipts from excise
taxes, customs and other govern government
ment government .revenue sources also were
Up. ;.. ; :
On the spending aid, exptct
ed dcUnsa spending for the cur
rent fiscal ytar was art at $3J,.
000,000,000, e $1,100,000,000 in in-crease
crease in-crease over the January eti-.
mate:- ,-
The farm price support program
now is expected to cost about $3.-
500,000,000 this fiscal year, com
pared- with only $2,200,000,000 an anticipated
ticipated anticipated in January. -,si':,
Yestery's ,v unusual statement
was a departure from the custom
of making public budget estimates
i January ; and August
did not discuss the 1957 fiscaf
year, beginning July L, The ad administration
ministration administration in January forecast a
435 million dollar, surplus for fis fiscal
cal fiscal 1957.. :. V p.-'S-r v-5'
The congressional staff e s 1 1-
mate, an annual report, carries
great weight with congressmen
who use it as a guide in whether
to seek tax reductions. The staff
I report naa no aavice to auer, on
aus'potm..: ..
I There was
considerable talk
of .an election-year, tax cut ar
lie? this year but ? It subsidad
when Mr. Eisenhower f irmly
gave priority to some reduction
in the. national ..debt which now
standi at about ,271 billion Mr
Since then. la wmakerx w n n
favor a" tax reduction have been
taking a wait-and-see. attitude Un-

til federal revenue and spending with the economy booming at rec rec-figures
figures rec-figures are-a little more firm; The ord levels. ; f .sv".
Helping1 Child To ; Catch i;ljp :
Lessons Is Up To The Teacher

SEVERAL columns ago, I discus discussed'
sed' discussed' the case of Max who could
wint Am., iiia rithmptl( homework
uw uv.
becauseol a school absence that
i.f him vrat vital lessons in
him witn homework. Instead,
ne joki the boy to take his prob-
lem to his teacher..
Mix oheved and after school
the next day was given the in instruction
struction instruction he needed.' '"7 j'
Sometimes" a child o fears nls
teacher that he cant take. this
kind of problem to her. He knows
kind of problem to her. He knows
that if he asks her how to make
up lessons he's lost by-some ab absence,
sence, absence, .shell say. "That's your
problem" witn low iniauiy. ;
Under these' circumstances, we
accent his feeling and ourselves

ask his teacher how she wants'up their need with her 'W, or with

him to make up his lost lessons,
PAHFNTS' hpln with homework
is not always; helpful, as we've
pointed out before. One reason for
this is the difference inhe meth methods
ods methods our teachers used and those
used by our children's teachers.
Unfortunately, many. parents
feel that asking, a teacher for
help with a child's lost lessons is
lawiui unpotuuua un-ncr.-
solve tne problem oy aemanaing
Jans Vybsn And
Te2ir.:d In Lusl


Turning down Charlton Heston's offer of marriage,-Jane
Wyman Outlines her plan tor building the biggest store in
Texas in this scene from "Lucy Gallant," due Tuesday tS
at the Central Theatre. Paramount's lasty and spectacular
Vista Vision and Technicolor drama ef a woman driven by
the need for success co-stars Claire Trevor and Thelma
Hitter. 4 , j
"Lucy Gallant," the explosive story of a woman obses-
sed with'the need for success and power, will open Tuesday
22nd at the Central Theatre. Set in present-day Texas, the
Cinderella land where fortunes in oil are made overnight,
Paramount's lusty drama stars Jane Wyman, Charlton Hes Hes-ton,
ton, Hes-ton, co-stars Claire Trevor and Thelma Ritter and features
William Demarest, Wallace Ford and Tom Helmore one
of the strongest, most appealing casts ever assembled.
: v Filmed in VlstaVlsion and color by Technicolor, Lucy
Gallant'' is the tale of two fiery personalities: -of- a woman,
who gambled with love, who thought she was building an
empire of furs and fashions alone but iound she owed every everything
thing everything to the man whose love she spurned, and.ot the man

whose love, iorcea to taxe second piace to ner passion ior
success, drove him to outdo her by reaching the heights in

FRIDAY, MAT 18, 1958

congressional estimates were ex expected
pected expected to bring the issue into the
open again. -..
The staff experts said that gov gov-eminent
eminent gov-eminent income and spending
should be considerably higher
than Mr. Eisenhower's January
estimates. '.- -;
, Asserting v that 1955 business
profits appear to have exceeded
estimates by about one billion dol dollars
lars dollars they forecast a "slight up upward
ward upward trend" in business activity.
'The experts based their estimate
of a $2,300,000,000 surplus for the
cur"nt fiscal year on anticipated
rev'aues of $68,100,000,000 income
outlays of $65,800,000. Mr. Ei
senhower forecast income at $64,-
50,000,000 and spending at $61, $61,-300,000,000
300,000,000 $61,-300,000,000 -, ,
-Treasury Secretary, George M.
Humphrey aaid r e c e n 1 1 y he
both spending and' revenue- fig figures
ures figures go up about one billion dol
lars. : ,-' . s-.'
For the new fiscal 'year, start
ing July 1, the President forecast
receipts of $66,300,000,000 and
spending of $65,900,000,000. T h e
staff experts raised the income
forecast to $69,600,000,000 and the
spending1 .figure to $67,400,000,000.
- While not all congressmen a
gree, some have said a 2 billion
dollar surplus would not be enough
to warrant a tax eut. They tfeel it
would take at least 3 billion dol
lar reduction to make a cut worth-
while r s j : ..
. Rep.;. Wilbur MUlsXD-Arl), a
kev mpmhpr nf th Mnnso Wsvk Jtr.
Means Committee, reacently told
tbe U.S. Chamber of Commerce it
would be inviting inflation to cut
taxes substantially at this time.
belligerently,' coaching the child
themselves or just pretending that
he needs no help at all, "-
as none oi tnese soiuuons is
very satisfactory, I've made it
my business to cet us some reas
suring direction from two school
Says Dr. Ruth Cunningham, Pro-
faeanl tt V.Atmatinn TnAhM rnl.
leee. Columbia Universitv: "Usual
ly it's easier to get: help en lost
lessons from the teacher because
the child may; be given confusing
methods if several people attempt
to help him." vg:r 4 ;
York City's Assistant Superintend
ent of School says: "Children who
need special help because of
school absence should first ask it
of their teacher.. If they don't get
lit, their parents should then take
the school principal.",
Everyone can nrofit by clearing
up this question of who s respon responsible
sible responsible for this help, it seems to me.
- The brave ones fight, protesting
our unreasonable expectation, that
they can do fractions with no in
Strucions in fractions; the submis
sive ones just let the whole thing
go, accepting our neglect of their
ubcu uuw u mu .....
ana eenous uanuicap. ., 4 -,v r
(hrl!on Ibsfcn
C::lov;n Drcna

the oil business. r aov.



FRIDAY, MAT 18, 195$


.Social and Oli


Mrs. William N. Taylor
Gives Tea t
Mrs. "Wffliam K. Taylor, State
President, Canal Zone Branch of
the National League of American
Pen Women, entertained members
of the Branch with tea at the Lit Little
tle Little Gallery of the Tivoli Guest
House on. Thursday.
At this time the name of Mrs.

David Markun was endorsed as
State President-elect for the net
two- year term. The following

Branch officer were elected:;

President, Mrs. Charles De

Youne: Vice President. Mrs

Frans D. Miller; Treasurer, Mrs.

Paul A. Bentz; Secretary, Mrs.

Willia i ,N. Taylor; Executive

Boaru Jembers, Mrs. Charles Pi

Morgan, and Mrs. .Phillip S. Thorn

ton. ,
Attending the meeting were Mes

dames Bentz, Graham Bell Fair-

child, Markun, Miller, Fran R,
Raymond, W. L. Simpson, Taylor,

and Maurice M'Juorton

' bumpier


Te Vacation In Rhode Island
Sailing aboard the SS Ancon'
on Saturday .will be Mr. and Mrs

W. E. Hoyle accompanied by their
children They will spend a four
months vacation visiting in Rhode

island. y
Informal "Candlelight Dance"
At-USO-JWB On Sunday

An informal "Candlelight
Dance" will be held at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service Cen

ter on Sunday, at 8 p.m.

The young. ladies of the USO-

UWB Club have been invited.

. Dancing to the latest recorded
hit tunes will be enjoyed. An in

vitation is extended to military
personnel -and their families to at attend.
tend. attend. ; x
Naval Offictri' Wives Hear Hear-About
About Hear-About Girls'. 'Beys' Stat

The Naval Officers' Wives Club

held its- regular monthly meeting

on Tuesday, at the Tivoli Hotel.

The business meeting was conduct

ed by Mrs. J. E. Johnson, the
chib's new president. Three very
interesting talks were given by
Marcia Lewis, James Doran, and
Nils Lindfors who described the

Girls' and Boys' State conven

tions that were held at F 6 r t
Clayton recently. These conven conventions,
tions, conventions, held annually, foster a bet better
ter better understanding of the American
form of government through actual
practice in electing officers and

then organizing city, country, and
state governments. -.
The club welcomed, three new
members, Mrs. Jean Clifford,
Mrs. Dorothy Warriner, and Mrs.
Abbie Fitzgerald. Guests were
Mrs. Katherine Drobisch, mother

of Mrs.. Marvbelle Williams, and

Mrs. Marguarite Colley, a guest of

Mrs, Edith Richardson, rne cm
was most reluctant to say, 'fare

well to Mrs. Dolores Clark. Mrs

Martha, Young, Mrs. Peggy Froh-

mail, auu mis. uimuui. iuub.
Meat Eating Americas
To Outdo Themselves


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Each Mica far tednclaa la tkla
cahiaia aaauM antunitted ia tja-
wriuca farm aa4 mailt ta aaa at
Ilia bx aymtxn listed sail; la "So "Social
cial "Social mo4 Olaenwb, ar aMrta
aj hand ,ta loa aide. Nolicaa at
Hetiasa caaaat ka acccpM by taia-

Wilma Miles Navy Wives' Club

The regularly scheduled meetine

or roe wiima Miles Navy Wives

Club has been changed to Tues

day, at 7:30vp.m. Election' of new

officers will take place at this

time. I ..

Civil Defense Meet ins

At Partite

There will be a Civil Defense

meeting at Paraiso on May 21 at

7:a p.m. at tne scnooL-

All members of the townsite Ci

vil Defense Self-Protection p r o-

gram are asked to attend as there

will be a practice Zone Control
Center exercise.

The general public Is invited to

attend. .
UHBSP. Meets
Teneght at 7:15 p.m.

in united rieaitn and,sunai

Scheme of Panama will convene

in regular ression at the Bible

Truth Church of God, Chorrillo;
tonight at 7:15, with, its president,
A. A. Blackett-Forde, presiding.

Matters to be dealt with will be:

1. Receiving of, new and reinstated

members. 2. Granting of benefits to

beneficiaries. 3. Receiving of

Christmas thrift savings. 4. Nam

ing of committee for an annual


Fragrance for spring is one ot
kfMr now packaged together in
half-dram bottles for daily
selection, fc

! NEA Beatuty Editor
Variety of. fragrance pleases

jnuai wuun, particular in spring,
when they may feel like one thing
one day. and something 'else the
next., ; -Y'.y
Keyed 1o this taste; Is a ri e w
four-bottle sampler just brought
out by a well-known perfurmer.
Three ot the- four scents are fam familiar,
iliar, familiar, one in the line, the. fourth is
new. :; vi.:.:..,.-.:.,
Each of. the four bottles contains
a half dram offragrance .The pre presentation
sentation presentation is theatrical, with tick tickets,
ets, tickets, opera glasses,-white gloves!
nd flowers on the box.

CHICAGO (UP) Most Ameri

cans wul eat more ; man meir
weight in meat this year, a meat

industry spokesman predicts.

Carl F. Neumann, general man

ager of the National Live Stock
and Meat Board, said last, year

the average amount of meat eaten

per person was 161 pounds a
new record fpr recent years.
-This year, he said, the figure is
expected to exceed 162 pounds.
"Since that is the average for
all of us heavy.-slim,, tall, short,

children, teen-agers and adults
in most individual ".cases the

amount of "tneat eonshmed ill be

greater than the person's weight
in pounds," he said, '' :'j,Sc;,.


DETROIT (UP) A 'sympa

thetic bandit returned Jll of the
$30 he took frdm Mrs. Emma Mc Mc-Caully
Caully Mc-Caully when she pleaded with him
to leave some change so she could
carry on business in the doughnut
shop where she was a clerk.

LIBERACE, in first sfarring motion picture Warner's
Sincerely Yours" drama with music co-stars Joanne
Dru, Dorothy Malone.".. Opening next Wednesday
. at the Lux Theatre.

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UI::racs In "Sincerely, Yours"
Fbys ChcpLn To Chcpsliclcs ;
- Libernce, the popular pianist who has completed his
first starring motion picture for Warner Bros, "Sincerely
Yours," demonstrates his virtuosity in the film by perform performing
ing performing imitations of some of the immortal composer-pianists
of the world of music. ;
The entertainer, who had a meteoric rise to fame
through his television and concert appearances, plays in the
styles of Chopin, Paderewski, Motart and Liszt and on pia pianos
nos pianos which are replicas of those used by the great old mast,
ers. The instruments had to be hunted down by the studio
property men. .v..
Gordon Douglas directed and Henry Blanke produced
"Sincerely Yours," an International Artists Ltd. production
from Warner Bros. The screenplay was written by Irving

. Wallace George Xibecacc was, jnusic adTlsor.i.;, Adyt

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Jane makes- friends easily.-' But

even more important, sne seeps
the friends she makes. : i
There is more than one reason

ior this, of course. But.' perhaps.

the most important reason is mat
Jane looks for qualities to admire

m others. Then. like a good press

agent, she promotes those qual

ities.- -- J-V.J r .- V
Because she their ad

mirable qualities -Jane's friends
are happy and relaxed when they
are .with her. They never have to

be on guard for fear, sne is looking
for flaws or for something,to dis disapprove
approve disapprove otrK. ."-i

And they wouldn't be human If

they didn't appreciate her enthus

iastic advertising ; of their good
points. :' 1

some people nave ine misiaaen
notion that the way to build them

selves up is to tear others down.
But it never works, w . -I I

The- neoole i so critlcued even

tually become enemies. And those

who hear (he constant criticism of

others are leartui ot.imi person

who is always lookihf ftr Caws

and pointinv them out,

Shunning The' laiarr- ef Envy

Jane's attithde is the right one

for making and keeping friends.

And it is easv to master u you

never allow yourself the luxury of
enw.' For without envy you are

free to admire and to advertise
vnnp admiration.

You get J'our pleasure out : oi

eninvinff the nest m your rnenas

and overlooking their faults. (Oth (Otherwise,
erwise, (Otherwise, vou are getting pleasure

out of picking people tq pieces
and gloating; over their mistakes
and faults.) .-
- Your reward will certainly he
an ease in making friends and

Wninff'thum throueh the years

And that It a very fine reward,

indeed.- - 1

" i AND S',:..)r.-
AU sites and colors. This.'
is your chance to keen
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they really belong for so
little money.
' Come to this SPECIAL
; choose from a handsome
w ONLY .'
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Gnned Purple Plums Star
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TVMtlX PLUM PINWHEELS please partieuhr Mlates.
Canned plums are nsed in this treat from the Wert Coast.

NEA Food and Markees Editor

The Pacific Northwest braes

ana justuiabiy about its nurnie

plums, Walter L. Smith, food
technologist of Stayton, Ore.,

crags about ins wife s purple
plum pin wheels. ; j
The Smiths have five children,
all under eight and Mrs.' Smith is


'IT mav ha- BwsrTwrar anirt

theh to give a large party : just
tit "I.t. j, nKliaoiiank

a charming toitess never admits

she does such a thing. Nor does

she say, "I've simple got to have

a party. rye put it ou lust as

long. as I'ean" . -t
That may be true, but it, dies
not sound .very .gracious- ,

, f?r ftm taUlfartloB, (aa,hart!
fj' '". eat HIOALOJ? 4

Mm.T 11. .7 """o tna

active to PTAi serves as Room
Mother for the second grade is a
cooking expert and enjoys en entertaining.
tertaining. entertaining. Purple 'Plum Piawheels
, ,V. (16 small pinwheeis)
. One-half cun granulated sucar.

1 cup Juice drained from caa -of

purple 'plums, 1 cup .water. Vi
teaspoon cinnamon, V teaspoon
nutmeg,, W- cup -butter or mar margarine.
garine. margarine. 2 cups sifted, all-nurnose

flour;: I teaspoon salt, 3 teaspoons

oajung powder, 4 cup shortening,
H cup imlk, 1 No. 2Vs can purple
plums,- pitted and chopped.-
'In saucepan, combine sugar;
juice, water, cinnamon, nutmeg
and butter' or margarine. Bring
to boil and cook until butter or
margarine is, melted. Meanwhile,
sift together flour, salt and bak baking
ing baking powder. Wun pastry blender
work-in shortening until It locks
like coarse corn. Weal, o :..' rv
i Pour in' milk; mix quickly and

lightly, with : fork.v Gently ; shape

dough into ball and roll into 9 9-inch
inch 9-inch x 16-inch, rectanele. Arranee

plums on doiien. Roll doueh long-

side' up ( jelly roll fashion )., put
into 1-inch slices, face slices cut

side up in greased 8x8x2-incn bak

ing dish. Tour en syrup. Bake at
350 degrees T. (moderate oven)
for 40 minutes. Delicious with
cream or ice cream.
'. ;v, : v : ':' : ,'".
'-'ff.k-' Sweet Pea'SaUd,' ; ..
Six to 8 ounces sharp Cheddar

cheese, Mi cup minced red pep pep-per,
per, pep-per, V teaspoon garlic or onion,
salt, T No. 303 can large sweet

peas, r drained; V4 cup heavy

cream, whipped: V4 cun mayon

naise,' Jettuce.

Cut cheese into -inch cubes.

Combine cheese with red neoner.

salt, peas, cream and mayon mayonnaise.
naise. mayonnaise. Serve in lettuce cups. I

PARIS (NEA) If women

followed blindly the decreed of

the fashion dictators half the
French nation would be condemn

ed to undergo a terrific slimming

diet. 1

The spring; styles of leading de

signers were certainly created on
thinnot .just, slender .women,

hipless, curveless, with the uplift-.

ed bosom -line-bereft of sex appeal.'

it all

Hepburn and her undeniable

'young girl, appeal, worlds-j-b-,'

. I T

mnvm .trnrn th 1 eenertm anrthv-

charms o Mlrilyn Monroe, Lolla-

brigida or Martine Carol, accord-,
ing to Parisian -experts. '',-

Audrey's befght and weight,i v
five feet six. and 105 pounds, cor-

respond no those ef most pans:

woman s : weekly picked but Mai
rie-Laure,-mannequin, at Jean D es

ses, as the typical 1936 worn a na

tive leet eight, 117 pounds,-, bust
and hips 34 and waist. 2L

But according to a recet studv

the average, Freiwhwoman is five
feet three and weighs 120. For the

Haute Couture she is around 28

pounds too heavy. :

'KidicuioQs,"- said a Sans doc

tor. "The height and weight of the

mannequin are tnose of a gin be

tween 13 and 17 who has "s hot

up' too last. As for the young
woman between 25 and 35 who is
40 pounds -below- her norma-1

weight, I consider her a sick per

son. Or else she voluntarily

starves herselt" .. -r
- This physical lack ot balance,
moreover, is the cause of all sorts

of troubles, continued the doctor,
beginning with sterility and psy

chical instability. ).

The Pans fashion creators ap

pear to be guided by mysterious

laws which .ignore popular taste.
But they always seems to win but
in the long run. r,


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er sex-appealers. But by the new
flashion standards they all weigh
too1 much. Eveq Grace Kelly
could afford to lose 20 pounds.
According to psychologists, ins
success of Audrey Hepburn's im immaturity
maturity immaturity and Grace Kelly's lack
of blatant sex-appeal could be in interpreted
terpreted interpreted as the passing of the

sweater-girl type.-

' They explain the lure of 'Die ho-

som line this way .Tired of ".thefSJJ
war. mea wanted ultra-feminine

women.' the insecure period which f l

loiiowea caused u tne male a ap
desire for protection. The gener
ous charms of movie stars was
subconscious thaowback to theso
curity of childhood.. ; J c '. jf
'. i ; .1 : ; . a f -1.
' If these sociological ioncisd4ta ioncisd4ta-tions
tions ioncisd4ta-tions are correct, the advent?' ef ;
the. more or less formless woraail;4f :
could .be interpreted at 1 a com -oil 1

fortius sign. Maybe- it' signifies
that k the 1956 man,: reassured bf i

the? prospect of peaceful, years- a
head, no longer needs the prpve' u
tion of the buxom Venus of; Stiif-.P

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PARIS LINE; Even Grace Keliy
- could lose 20 pounds. ',-

" Thli season's stylts have rim (millions of French SDectators, 'he
counter current to the tastes and dream woman is Lollabrigida, Ma Ma-crazes
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President's Classic Winner,
Runnerup Return In Top Shape

B Polemon, dinner of the recent $15,000 added
'President of the Republic Classic, and runnerup
JWossadeq return to action tomorrow afternoon in,
lie featured $1,000 mile run for Gasses A and B im-

ported thorougnDreas ai ine juan r ranco race iraciu

The veteran Cristian Rebolledo
will handle Kadir's reins while

Tony, which gets in with the feath feather
er feather of 100 pounds, will have hust hustling
ling hustling Am ado Credidio aboard.

Most, oi tne races on me pro program
gram program are hard-to-nick well balanc-

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should provide for some juicy div dividends.
idends. dividends. A total of eleven races are

listed on the card, v
Juan Franco lips

1 Copadora Amin Did!

Jlmong the five other starters
eheduled to oppose Polemon and
ifM.riMf i th hichlv rated Ro

sier which was a disappointment
In the President's Classic. Since

the classic, Rosier has started
net and won easily over Tony.
Tti itter wan also a winner his

last time out Kadir, Salero and
Blakemere complete the list of
tirters. Salero and Blakemere

Will go in an entry.

! VnssaiiMi. toDweiehted at 120

nnunH -will be living Polemon

two pounds and Rosier eight He
will be ridden by his favorite rid

er, King Flores. .
Guillermo Sanchez, a winner on
the two occasions he has ridden
will aeain ride the latter.

1 Stout-hearted Polemon will have
leading Jockey Alfredo Vasquei in

the saddle tor ue via umc

: Fernanda Alvarez will guide Sa-
Jero while steadily improving
iraulio Baeza will have the leg up

oa. Blakemere.

Juan Franco Graded Entries

PJ. Berse

1st Race

Jockey Wgt ::jr COMMENT :


"I Imported T Fgs. Purse $375 '' Pool Closes 11:45


-Amln Did!

a S. Windsor

3 Regal Bliss

4 Incalca

5-Gonzaga r;

6 Henry Lee

B. Aguirre 112 Usually disappoints
A. Credidio 98x Could make it here
A.. Valdivla 118 Improvingt steadily
B. Baeza 104 -.Ran well in last
J. Jimenei 107x Nothing in months

L. Gutierrez 102x Would pay off

7 Copadora .A. Reyes, IL 102x-Last doesnt count
8 (Discovery .0. de Leon 96x Will improve here

9 (Newbrlghtoft J. Gpngora 108 Will do. better 'too

' 5-1


2nd Race "Speclal,, Imp. V. i Purse $508 Pool Closes 1:15

1 Alhajar v i G.v Sanches 112 Has high rating '
2-Love's Girdle, B. Aguirre 107-Showing improvement

S BosuH's Mate- de Leon loox-Apparenuy ouici.sbcu

4 Golazo

5 Camberwe"1
6 Duo
7 Iguaho
8 (Goumet
9 (Oyster
10 (Danlelo

R. Gomez 112 Topnotcher in Peru v-

A. Vergara I08x-Noteady yet
R. Cristian 113 Will tight it out .i.
V. Ortega '113 i-Hampered by bad legs -K.
Flores 115. Unknown quantity
V. Castillo 115 Unknown quantity -'..-
. f112 Usually close up 1

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2 Golaso
3 Llboria

4 Radical
5 Rabiblanco
6 Devonshire
7 Vedette
8 Jachalin
9 Genizarite
10 Rosier

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3rd Race "F" 'Natives 7 Fgs. Pne $275

Fool Closes 1:45

1 Wlnsaba
2 Tap Lady
3 Metto
4 Que Undo
5 Bagdad
6 Llboria

G. Montero 112X;-Would pay nice odds V 5-1
O. de Leon 103x Nothing to indicate ,, 10-1
R. Gomez 118 Can score here 2-1
B. Aguirre 112 Distance 'handicaps 4-1

A. Gonzales 115 -Will fight it out 3-2
.F. Godoy 115 Form indicates ; even

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4th Race "G" Natives Vt Fgs. Parse $275

1 Don Jaime J. PhllllDS 109 Needs more distance i 3-1

2 PappaRorra A. Vasquez 113, 7-snowing improvement. s i

3 Mlml B. Baeza iw was flying in last even
4 Aegia A. Credidio 102x Should be close up v 3-1

5 Radical O. de Leon 115x-Barely missed in last 21

6 Folletito J. Gongora 113 Rates fair chance 4-1

7 Moonshiner R. Gomez 112 Has- good finish 10-1
8 Dofla Barbara A. Ycaza lift Not against these 20-1
9 Tanara r F. Hidalgo 113 -Excluded from bettio XXXX

Pane $309 Pool Closes 2:55

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low net for the qualifying in LiiCKy Strike's Invitational tour tournament
nament tournament at Gamboa.'-The rounds were -played May 10 tl)ro,ugh
May 13. Jim ihot the low jicore' on the first day of the qual
ifyhig rounds. 'v Parrlngs were listed in thft "newspaper atller
this week onii thev vuarantee ulentir of irood roll. Jim Riley.

Charlie MacMurray, Ray Barnes, ; Doc Mitten Topjr. Jank,us,

Cal Rlggs 4nd many others -wvi l playing tneir mawnes in
the first of the, elimination 'rpunds. jLucky itrlke Invites ,all

the Isthmus. The matches can be watched frqffl the clubhouse

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5th Race "D Natives 1 Fgs.

lApache F. Hidalgo 113 -Will fight it out
2 Ika G. Montero 113x-Best early foot
3 Julie F. Alvarez 112 Dangerous contender

4 San Cristobal A. Vasquez 113 Gets real test here
5 Rabiblanco B. Baeza 118 Will be in thick of it
6 Panchita A, Credidio JOlx Excluded from betting
. tiOUS).

Stir Race MH2a." Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $499 ; Pool Closes
.r . 4
1 Manila . K. Flores 113 Could make it here
2 Merry Slipper J. Baeza .110 Nothing to indicate
3 Single Slipper,. Chanls lit strong effort in return
4 Amat; 'O. deLeon 107x Rates good chance-
5 El Regalo X B. Baeza lit Must go lower -8
Devonshire C. A. Vasquez 115 Contender this time
7 Armador ACredidio 112x Returns in good shane

J. Phillips 115 Fractious at times v
J. Jimenez llOx Usually close up
B. Aguirre 111 Gets going too late

8 Rlscal

9 Arpegio
10- Ciprodal


7th Race "HIa. imp, 7 Fgs. Parse $409 u pool Closes
1-Bar pne J. Gongora 110 Usually refuses
2- Gay Spot B. Baeza 105 Should, be close up
3- Febrero II Rr Gamero 115 Nothing recently
4- i-FeUac C. Ruiz 114 -Will fight it out
5- rSupersun A. Credidio 107x Poor recent races I
6- After He,-.. Q. -de Leon 103x Will pay off solon
7- J-Copar v A. Ycaza 113 Rates, good chance
8- ValIey Star B. Aguirre 110 -Runs well at times
9-Vedette J, Phillips 110 -For" tadie"es


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Why Shoetlnt GUssm?
Sheeting Editor

THE day was dark, with clouds

glooming low, and a smell of cold

wetness was warning enough that
if we wanted to get in a round of
skeet before it began to snow m
earnest, we'd better hop to it A A-long
long A-long about Station 3, one of my
shivering squadmates a s k e d,

"What are you wearing sunglas

ses for in this kind of weather?"

Sorry to disillusion you.

I chum I responded. "These are

I snooting glasses' 'sj. -.

So what's the difference. ex

Icept that yours are better, made

and fitted?" he wanted to- know.

There's plenty of difference.

Glasses made for shooting are not

I only .bigger in the lens sectien.

wide and high over the brows
lso you're looking through glass

too matter how you squint down a

Igun barrel, but they're also made
of special glass.

It's "heat treated, like the eoe-

icles welders and 1 machine work-

lers wear, so If you should happen

rto. get cupped by hunk of flying

target or a stray pellet, Jor if a

rifle cartridge should happen to
shed its primer and squirt .high

pressure gas back through the
action.' your eyes are safer A fifty

i cent pair oi sun glasses wm pro-

iteci some,; so wm orainarr bi

focals but this -stuff is really 1

tough. ,

Once I was watching a plane

go overhead when a fellow-shoot
er broke- his low-house target A

big piece, half the clay, spun
over, and cracked me in the eye.
Or on the glass, anyway. Saved
my peeper. ; ."
They come in two tints, these
glasses, an easy green for brilliant
days, yellow for dull days, cloudy
or even late in the afternoon. That
coloring seems to ; make the
targets stand out and sharpens
contrast. ";. A

A lot of, shooters may realize
that their eyes, are the basis of all
their shooting fun, even if -they
can run their businesses, blind and
with one hand tied but too few
have been smarted up on' this mat
ter of proper shooting glasses. '.
The fact that a man must wear

prescription glasses regularly,
doesn't mean anything. Top qual quality
ity quality shooting specs can be ground
to your prescription. Sort of silly
not to use 'em, 'when shooting

glasses mean both protection and
incrreased efficiency, ;
An Indian up in the, moose
county thought I was' nuts to
wear yellow-tinted glasses-- but
I could pick out a big bull in the
darkness of a spruce shoreline
when be couldn't so he caught
on fast too. Bet he's the o n 1 y
guide wearing fancy yellow glass glasses
es glasses in the whole Province of Que-
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it Race "E" Native, Stf Fgs. Purse $275 Pool doses 1:40

: quuvuxA ....

1 uyuyuy : j. Avua iyi -Fastest at getaway 5-1
2 Curazalefia V. Brown 118 Ran well in return s-i

4 Redondita G. Sanchez 113 Usually close tan 1.1

5 Takeaway B. Baeza 109 Not against these w-i

6 Jachalin O. de Leon llOx JShonM

r -o ii- . t

i vucauiia a. neyes k. u Kacing to top form 3-2

9th Race G" Imp.

VA Fgs. Purse $459

Pool Closes 5:15

asked Hueh' Fontaine Vhat his

watch showed after Needles gal

loped a mite over a .mile at; oia
Dim)lin rhiir5Hv tnnmlnff. i

I've got no watch. Gentlemen,
I'm. too: busy wartime: Mm. up,

let-alone kwk'at a watcjyi He
ran -good as Dave (ErbVand .1

expected c and as iar as can
see, he'U be ,au right" v. : .7 t

Te all lovers omm norwa norwa-bred
bred norwa-bred that was the extent of

the champ's workout Tnurs Tnurs-day.
day. Tnurs-day. Today hell blow out; five
furlongs, and then off to the
Freaknese he'll go Saturday In
quest r. of: another 'hundred
grand and the second jewel In
the Triple -Crown. :

Old Hilltop, the 'setting lor

80th .Preakness, never looked so
good.' Lou Pondfleld has it look

tag "cool" for the big one but it

is. aouDtivuvu tne execuuve- di director
rector director ordered the nippy 44 that
greeted' early arrivals Thursday.
The "weather-man is ; begging
for a- better break 'and so Is
CharLte, Johnson, former Herald
sports scribe who is doing the

tub-tnumping nere. .f v

. t I.

Indications point, to elpht

starters .in this run- for the

Black-eyed iSusans. When the

draw for the post positions is

1 Florera O. de Won. 107x Post position helpr
2 Blue Comet R, Cristian 115 Seeks 4th straight
3 Iguazu C Ruls 115 Distance handicaps
4 Encachada V. Castillo 112 Will fight it out
5 Moon Beam E. Dario 108 Disappointed in last 2
8-Ornamental S. B. Aguirre 115 -Reportedly back in form
7 Genlzarlto A. Credidio llOx Should beat that

8 Vulcanizado J. Jimenes U2x Not in winning form

2- 1
3- 1

19th Race "A-B" imp. 1 Mile Purse $1909 Pool Closes 5:49

1 Tony 1 r A. Credidio lOOx Light weight may help
2 Kadir R. Cristian 108 Doesn't seem likely
3 Polemon r A. Vasquez 118 Hard to beat here
4 Rosier G. Sanchez 112 Dangerous contender
5 Mossadeq K. Flores 120 -Will fight it out
8 (Salero F-. Alvarez 108 Rates fair chance

7 (Blakemere B. Baeza 106 Could surprise



11th Race "H" Natives Wt Fgs.

Purse 275

1 Slxaloa v J. Jimenez 113x Apparently washed up

2 consentlda G. Cruz us mining in months
3 Lady Dancer F. Hidalgo 116 Could score at price
4 Don Popo L. Gutierrez 106xJfothing recently
5 Guarare A.. Ycaza 110 Seems sure thing
8 Candelaria : G. Montero 104x Returns in good shape


Along The Fairways


The monthly PWGX Tourna'met

will be held at Rodman Golf Club
tomorrow. The matches 'will be

set accordihg to handicap' instead

or tee-oxf time. Tne handicap

groups are as. iouow: ,. :



- 640: P. DannieU, X. Burns,! K
Call, S.; Carpenter. ;

.10-20: E.- Perantie. :C. Bishop,

B.; Hughes.-. H. Serger,. B:- Dilfer.

L. Johnson, fC,Krugerr R. Torto-

cicce, E. DiaU, L. Reynolds. W.

Banks, L. Knuth, Biggs, K. Pur-

dy, A. Todd, JB. : Mathieson,v M.

Askew..-. '. -".:' v

L 0-30:M.' Betters. Jean S tire

wait V. Pavlick, J.-Alexandef,;F.

Twomev, Li Hadley. L. Lbgan

WW S Holm M Rticnln U

; ? Cherry,- Ri.' uamers.; r v. ;

30 and up: M. Mallory, H. Ow-

! ens'. ;t.fttllMt

I Psirino will h pl.nn fnr i h

convenience of the girls on a first
come, first serve' basis according

to handicap. '. - i

PWGA is happy to welcome four

new members this-month May

Biggs, Lanell Logan, Elizabeth We

ber, and sue neun. ;

SP2J S'Vnss-C


Stable's Needles, Calumet Farm's

Fablus, DlnoiLozzrt Count, cnic

Helen W. KeUogg's Come On

Red, W. E. Britt s No Regrets, D

G.- Arrtstein's Eurei ,Biue, wmn.

tag way Farm's Golf Ace and H.

a Fruehsuf "s Ratheram.

. Fapius. Come On Red, 'No Re'

erets 'and Count Chic-all. mede

a go of it -with Needles' in the

Kentucky Derby, t Fabius rwasi
mnjnerup 'to 'the. Florida-bred In

tne Dertrycount Chic was sec

ond in the Florida Dedby and

Golf fAcer gav Needles his chief

opposition u tne Tiammgo. r;

Xmt Ace, to be ridden br

N'cic snuk, is gettmr a lot tr

glances, pom tne rail birds

here..'They are not countlnr

nfm out looking, back te that

big- effort in the flaming

and the oddsmakers ... think

kindly' of Fabius,- HtU no

doubt be tne second cboice t

ttir favored Florldian.

The mile' and three-sixteenths

distance puts the "Caiumeter,
who will be handled by Willie

Hartack, in the position of Jogi

cai contender and stnere are

fans, so bold to think, that Nee-

ales wont catch tjie, front-run

nine son ai Citation, r

But we-had a sort or wivate

chat with 'Fontaine at the sta stable
ble stable late-Thursday., "HeOl catch

'em, boy. -He was never better

in his iff eV'Tfugh confided. And
Needles- did? look -good.: He was

under special police guard, with

au;iour tegs neaviiy- encased in
bandages,-' v.-;:; ... i

: Brb said "the- champ ad no
bad moments on the' track ok in

the barn,, since his arrival ; .at
Pimlico. -- y ..'' :

' "I hone he rets under way

id time," Erb confided, and he

wm anuung wnen ne saia -is.
Jockey assignments showed AI
Popar. will be on Come. On'

Red. Dong Dodson will ride
No Regrets, P. J. Ba'ley will be

aboard Eiffel Blue, and Wil William
liam William McKinley Cook, has the
ler 'Ratheram.

'The Preakness. If eight "start,

will be worth $131,800.' Two, of
the nominees are supplemental

at a cost of $700 and If either
of these tCome On Red or Golf

Ace)- wins, the victor's share

will be 376,800. Victory tor any
Of the others will mean 382,250
to the winning owner. ;. .: 4 ;

- Tne preaxness, originatea m
1873 at Pimlico. is one ot Amer

ica's oldest and most famous

races. I saw my first preakness
in ,191 when Sir Barton, owned

by i Commander J L. Ross, ne

; More, often than not. m elimination tonmamiit. 4nii-

Ing the bow-out of a fistic champion, is simply a promotional

gimmick designed to Invest the finals with a significance un unwarranted
warranted unwarranted by the pretentons of the men involved. . ..
r lt is generally agreed that from the standpoint .of com competitive
petitive competitive personnel, Rocky Marciano could not have vacated the

neavyweigni uue at a worse tune, who is there ground b b-sidesxFloyd
sidesxFloyd b-sidesxFloyd Patterson?, And even this young man has yet to be

sausiactoruy lesteu.,

' Patterson has lust slened to meet the- evmerfln?lv enrentHe

Hurricane Jackson here June 8, Indoors. "then I light Moore

ior the title, ne said, casual-like, as if .Jackson has already'
been disposed of andhe and Jim Norris of IBC were merely go;
Ing alone with a aas in maklnir this nreliminarv look meaninr.

i That's the way it figures. . Patterson and tld Archie In
the finals. Norris could abandon the elimination nonsense and
put Patterson: and Moore on cold and .there would be no
squawks from Gus H. Fan or the press row. But, of course,
that wouldn't be good promoting. It would' mean loss ot TV

revenue and sacrtfiolng ballyhoo, life blood of the box office.

Bop Baxer beat John Hoiman the other night in tne. first
of the Norris eliminations. In the opinion of the' more con conservative
servative conservative critics, it was a grade A stinker and, what's more,
that Baker, in eliminating Hoiman, performed a public Service
no less admirably by eliminating himself at the same time.
; ; However, the way this game is played, double eliminations
aren't countenanced and no matter how dreadful Baker look looked
ed looked he did not look uite as. dreadful as Hoiman, Therefore, he,
Is now gallantly qualified to meet old Archie in the next set. :-
" "' '..x-:-' v'"' -'S'-c;' ;-!'"-v'"'
' Patterson is the immediate hope of the heavies. If lie fails
to live, to his hilling as a youngster -of rare skills, the, division,
already suffering from mass mediocrity, will fall into a long
and possibly fatal coma.
I can't recall when it seemed to have so little to offer.
When Tunney quit in "28, we still had some good men around.
Risko and "Schmeling, for example, drew 21,056 four months
later in the Garden. We had Sharkey, Uzcudun, Stribling, Baer
and Heeney.- And Camera, the cheerful charlatan, wasn't far
behind.. .- ;:';:.. ..(.:.'' 4 ;?"f v
Bchmeling went on to win the contemporary eliminations,
though Jim Farley restricted recognition to America. Jim was
quietly readying- FDR for the presidency then and perhaps he he-sensed'
sensed' he-sensed' the Hyde Park Squire's acute one world philosophy. At
any, rate, Schmeling was hot recognized as world, yhamnlnw.
only American. ', ";:.' :- m ., .,-'
' .,-' As it turned eut, Louis didn't say "positively when he quit
In '49, but even if he had stuck, to the unusual deal he made
with IBC to lend-lease his title, and hadn't fought again, the
division would have made out all right. as, Indeed, it did,
anyhow. ... !': :
Now we are down to Patterson. What If the absurdly
sively 'he was to sweep theTlists of such venerables as Walcott,
Charles, Savold, Moore and the Brown Bomber himself. Just
as important, we had some exciting men in the tower divisions.,
pep, Saddler, Gavllan, Robinson, LaMotta, Graham.' .' :
Now we are dow nto Patterson. What if vthe absurdly
freakish Jackson should destroy Patterson's rhythm and loussj
him up, even though he wins? And what if old Archie the
should oUjtsawy him? Anyone for quoits? Pints will do.
j '? -v-v :v--;,T v:"i ,-, '-V-',V;ev-:V--l'"


Twice this week I've been asked how much Al Weill got for
Marclano's championship. Nothing, as far as I know. There
doesn't seem to be anything back of the young mans retire retirement
ment retirement except, as he says, a "desire to spend more time with
my family "-"- --' '..: ','.';. -, '!; ; '.
It appears that Louis got $1S0,908, In addition to stock and
annual salary, when he gave IBC promotional rights to his
title. Nothing illegal, or sinister, even though the major de details
tails details were kept from the press, and the operation did .savor of

came the first winner pt tac- furtni -r

-11 xz vyeiii couia nvo cpwu',;u w wwwiy, i.
nothing, would have stopped him. -. and since a nrecedent had
been set, he. . and Marciano, too. .would have been suckers
if th. nnnortunitv were there and Uiey ignored it. a t .-


There was a good' turnout of gals

on Wednesday 'despite the rain.
We hope it will be an incentive for

some or you new players.
Erlene Dials had low net with

69. Jeanie Alexander, won "the

Drize for the least putts on 9. i

There is an abundance of men
Dlavers for Scotch foursome on

Sunday, so. hope td see lots of la

dies so the men will have partner,

Let's make this a huge success!

Lots of good prizes for everyone!

toe's coveted Triple Crown.

There were many more between
that oreat one and the one com

ing up Saturday. This one looks

like Needles at tne wire, r aaius
second, Golf: Ace third and
Count Chlo fourth.- Let "em

roll. .:; i 7 .. 1 -l

. They are doing the Freaa Freaa-ness
ness Freaa-ness up" big. Gov. Theodore R.
McKeldiir has issued s procla proclamation
mation proclamation declaring Saturday
"Preakness Day" throughout

the state. ;.. '- -i
: Today they'll run the Mr. Fitzi
Handican. honorint."Sunny Jim"

Fitzsimmons, trainer nf Nshwa

and of all things saturaay, tney
Will run the powder Puff preak preakness
ness preakness as a hiehlleht when nine

feminine" riders will eompetea-J

board v thorougnDreas at live
furlongs. .,'.

.'' f I w r- w

8:00 f.



Alt-CwdlUmM Sha' '.'
.Cisln win be elesei



FRIDAY, MAT 18, 195S
Spahn To Settle For No Less Than 20: Victories

Lefty Chalks Up Third
Straight Win To Keep
Milwaukee In NL Lead

NEW YORK, May 18 (UP) Southpaw Warren
nahn of Milwaukee insists he will "settle for nothing less

than 20 victories this year" and that comes as distinct
pennant news to the Braves, who hare been forced-to set

tle tor a dock seat since iw. r

Wnohn vent the Braves atop

the National League by defeat-:
in. the Giants. 7-3, last night

for bs third straight triumph.
And he did it to style, too, yle ld ld-n.
n. ld-n. .rht hit, and no walks

trlkinsr out live, collect

ing two hits himself and steal
a ho.

"I've got my change-up back
this year he said, tollowing tbt
victory, rand my fast ball is
more alive than It has been m
two years. I missed winning 20
.. hut t will settle tor

rr.r im this year.

spahn- weakened slightly and
fcave up a two-run homer to Don
Mueller In the ninth but the
irftdv had clinched the

m. with a four-run burst in

the seventh when they routed
Dnhm rwimei with three sin-

im. Kd Mathews' double and

440-foot triple by. Hank Aaron.,

Tin craridiii bom'd lor mu-

waukee in the fourth.
The Braves, aiming for their
' first pennant in eight yesns
thus remained 27 percentage
points ahead of the second second-plaee
plaee second-plaee St. Louis CardVnals, who
defeated the ..Philadelphia,

Phillies, 5-4,

streak. Russ Meyer was breezing
along with a four-hitter until
the Pirates knocked him out
with two more hits in the ninth. I
Turk Lown retired the last two
batters. Ronnie Klin was charg

ed with the loss.

Brooklyn and Cincinnati were,

Idle. ,: -v:.. .--!
In the American League, left lefthander
hander lefthander Whltey Ford chalked up
his sixth straight victory while
pitching the first-place Yan Yan-Vpm
Vpm Yan-Vpm tn 10-3 virtoro over the

White Sox. The Yankees ham

mered out 11 hits while Ford
gave up eight. : 1

, All of the White Sox runs
wer unearned, coming on two
of three errors by shortstop Phil
Rizzuto. who also collected three

of the Yankees' hits. v ;
Yogi Bern's 11th bonier
touched off a three-run rally
in the second Inn'n and the.
Yankees finished loser Jack
Harshman with a six-run
burst In the fourth. The Yan Yankee
kee Yankee victory snapped Chicago's
six-came winning streak.
. Mickey Vernon's three-run

homer and Tom Brewer's four four-hit
hit four-hit pitching led the Red Sox to

a 6-1 victory over the Atniews.

Ra DLlltAN I

13-10 Favorite
Over Olson

The Los Angeles weather weatherman
man weatherman says It will be "cooler,
tonight with no rain -when
Bobnson defends outdoors a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst former champ Bob
Olson. Robinson broke camp
Wednesday one day early
when the mercury hit the
mid-90's. Yesterday, he re relaxed
laxed relaxed at a friend's home : In
suburban Los Angeles.
The promoters expect a gate
f at Itast $20,We, a CaUfor CaUfor-nia
nia CaUfor-nia record. Tbey said Uiey al already
ready already have sold 146,60 worth
f tickets and have orders for
S25,00 more. V
Robinson remains a slight
(18-13) favorite. A poll of 14
sports writers- covering, the'
f ght. favors Robinson, z-to-L
Sixteen experts pick Robinson,.
11 by knockouts.' j jaght favor
iAioa, -. four by fcnockoutsv
United Press boxing editor
Jack Cuddy now in Los An Angelespicks
gelespicks Angelespicks Robmton,- by s
knockout tn the fifth round.
Another champion welter welterweight
weight welterweight Johnny Saxton ex expects
pects expects to defend agafost for former
mer former champ Carmen Basil' in
July. Meanwhile, Gil Turprr
also, wants a title shot. Sax Sax-ton
ton Sax-ton cut up Turner In Chicago
hist night and won on a teen,
it.tal knockout when a doctor
refused to let Turner come out
fe the. 10th and final round.






. 4 U

National League

Milwaukee .

St. Louis .

Brooklyn .
Cincinnati .

New York


.12 S
.18 9
.14 9
.13 11
.12 11
.11 14
. 7 16
. 6 15

Pet GB

.800 1

.542 2V


American League

Teams Teams-New
New Teams-New York
Chicago .
Boston .
Kansas City
Detroit .

. .18 10
. .15 10
. .12
, .13 11
. .14 14
. .11 15
. 0 16
. 0 16


Pet. GB





.500 4
.360 7?a

Third baseman Kenny BoyerVernon :WW. hls honjer oM

and 41-year-old reliever euis
Kinder were the Card 1 n al
standouts. Boyer collected four
hits and increased his batting

average to ,418 in driving in

three of the cardr runs while

Kinder nicked ud his first vic-

torv mftet' reUevMia; Wilmer Mi'

sell in the seventh although he,

too, needed relief from Jackie
Collum In the ninth.

Ex-Cardinal Harvey Haddlx,

iwho gave up seven of the Red

'birds'. Iff hits, including a homer
by Boyer, was the loser, Willie

Jones also homered.

Catcher Hoble Landrith drove
In three runs for Chicago in
a 4-1 ft victory that snapped
Pittsburgh's four-game winning

rookie Bill Herriage in the .first

inning and Brewer had clear

sailing from then on although
he had to leave the game In the
ninth when he developed a
cramp In his leg as a base-runner.
Leo Kiely pitched the
ninth. The loss ws Kansas ci city's
ty's city's fourth in a row and drop-

Monlreal, Buffalo
Exchange Shutouts

THIS BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM will play Its final home game tonight
' against Junior College starting a7:30 p.m. Reading from left to right: Raul Barbara, Ken
Morris, .Jim Reece, Ed Klrchmler, Ramoa Reyes, Jon Ebbs, Dan Wlnklosky, Owen Sutherland,
John Magee, John Perantie and Ed Scott ;4

WMSiWlMis Junior Co

In Final Home Game Tonight


Tonight at 7:30 the Balboai ketball skill. They will be ably

Bulldogs play nost to uie junior, assisiea oy Kigoy, rugc their final home Blackall. which should make

game of the season.

So far the Bulldogs have de-

NEW YORK. May 1. (UP) feated the college men twice, 53

international League fans at Buf- 41- in the first game and
falo Thursday night were treatel hi the second encounter.

to as fine a pair of shutout per

oed the A' into a tie with De-!Md rookie Frank White tossed H;

formances one by a veteran and College9' is wlnless in

another by a rookie as they'll see. School League, having also drop drop-for
for drop-for a long time. ped tw ogames to Cristobal Hlfh
Karl Drews, uie veteran, set tho! School. The last loss to Cristobal

Montreal Royals down on three was a one pointer, 58-57, which
scattered hits ; in the opener to means they keep coming closer

give nunaio nisons a s-u victory, the time: One of these niirhts

(a Iabioa ll . .... m r

this starting team over a 8 foot
average height

Against them Balboa will go

with Reece, Winklosky. Reyes,

58-48 Perantie and Sutherland, all

I seasoned veterans and with tne

exceDtion of Perantie. maicn.

the w the college height,

in tne preliminary game

startlni at 6:00 o'clock the Jun

ior Varsity wUl play a Navy

team from lodman.

troit for the cellar,

The scheduled game between
Detroit and Baltimore was rain

ed out. Cleveland and Washing
ton were Idle.'
r .....
Spahn, who pitched the
Braves "to 7-3 tr'umph over
tho Giants.

Filial V.F.W. Teener League
Game Sunday; Pacific Stars
Triumph In Sixth Game 5-3

The Pacific All Stars copped
the sixth game of the V.F.W.


Eight Hopefuls
Face Needles
In Preakness

BALTIMORE. Md.. May 18

(UP) D. and H. Stables' Nee Needles,
dles, Needles, the Kentucky Derby winner
who has designs on the triple

crown, headed a field of nine
three-year-olds entered today for
the 80th' running of the $100,000
added Preakness Stakes tomorrow

at Plmhco.
Ready to ch4llenge the itrech-
runnlns son of Pender In the
middle jewel race were Cilumet
, Farm's Fablus, Mrs. Helen W.
. Kellogg's Come on Red, Dine
'. Loars Count Chic, W. E. BrHfs
No Regrets, Winding Wy
' Farm's Golf Ace, Daniel Arn Arn-,
, Arn-, stein's Eiffel Blue, and H. C.
Frwohauf's entry o Rameram
and Fleet Pe.

There was only one surpise en

try in the small field. Fruehauf
hid been expected to enter only
Ratheram for the mile and three three-Sixteenth
Sixteenth three-Sixteenth 'classic. But he changed
his mind and also named Fleet

The cross value of the Freak-

ness. to be foUowed by the third

of the three-year-old calssic with
the June 16 running of the Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Stakes, was fixed at $132, $132,-800,
800, $132,-800, For Needles, the 4 to 5 favo favorite,
rite, favorite, and six other entrants the Bet
value was $84,250. 1
But because Golf Ace and Come

Op. Red were supplementary om'ljtisnt:

1... .i .. vrsann ; rlCMlS II

All starters carry 124 peunds
In th Preakness,. mo lint
poundage five of them carried
)two weeks ago m the Kentucky
Derby. Fablut was second be behind
hind behind Needles at Churchill Downs
. with Ceme On Red third and
Count Chic fourth. No Regrets
:fwaa Mventh.

Dave. Erb rides Needles ust as

they will catch fire dump on0

the other schools.

fjbrrtgan and Quezada

r whiJbeen very tough' for the JC five
it one j to&ej possess good height, a good

four-hitter at the Bisons in tile
nightcap for a 1-0 Montreal victo-l
ry.:.....,.i'-,v- .iv.'f- 'I

steady Eddie Lopat, the- Rich.

mond : Virginians' manager

takes a turn at pitching aoout one TviTJ ,TtT
a week, stymied the Haviria 'SuJ 00 W. and plenty of bas-

gar lungs to lead Bis chid to a !-,

victory. Charley Kabe matcne t


over the only run of the game,


Probable Starting Lineups
Reece, James
Winklosky, Dan
Reyes, Ramon
Perantie, John
Sutherland, Owen
Junior College
Rlgby, Duane
Quezada, Ramon
Corrtgan, jack
Fogel, Robert
Blackall, Al

Cincinnati at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at New York
St Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 100 200 4007 10

New York 001 000 002 3 8 4
Spahn (3-1) and Crandall.
Gomez (1-2), Grlssom, Ridzik
and Katt.

(Night Game)

St Louis 000 1010125 0 0

Philadelphia 010 000 1024 8 C

Mlzell, Kinder (1-0), Collum

and Sarnl.

Haddlx (1-1) and Semlnlck.
(Night Game)
Chicago 000 013 0004 7 2

Pittsburgh 000 000 100 1 6 0

Meyer (1-1), Lown and Lan Landrith.
drith. Landrith. Kllne (2-2), Arroyo, Pepper,
McMahan, Face and Kravltz.
Only games scheduled.

New York at Chicago (N)

Boston at Kansas City (N)

Baltimore at Detroit

Washington at Cleveland (N)

i w

9 fi


1 w,


New York 030 600 00110 12"
Chicago 100 020 000 ID

Ford (6-0) and Berra.
Harshman (1-2), Dahlke, cfon-

suegra, Martin, Johnson ana
Lollar. 1

(Night Game)

Boston 300 011 001-4 If 3
Kansas City 000 000 0011 6J2

Brewer (4-l) Kiely and White.
Herriage (0-2), Crlmlan,- Go&

man and Thompson.

(Night Game)
Baltimore at Detroit
(Postponed rain)
Only games scheduled.

rorfov Encanto J5 20l

Richard Kiley In
Richard Conte, In

Today IDEAL 30 .It


Chaps. 9-10


r. Charley Rabe matchet n '.".:.:- ti ;,
until the bottom of the eigV! VlriA I JilPIl KATiIA
when the Virginians shoval ",uc VpCII UQIIIC

me. '
For Pole Looms1

In 506'; .Trials :

The Sugar Kings and

ians were scheduled for two

but rain prevented their

the nightcap. Miami at

also was rained out.

have Mflwankee

O'Connell 2b

Logan ss ..

Mathews 3b
Aaron rf ..;

Thomson- If

Adcock lb ..

Bruton cf ..
Crandall c

Spann p

r- piaymg


Teener Baseball League from the

Atlantic All stars by a score of

5 to 3.

The oppos'ug pitchers. Joe

Godsey and Billy Gibson put on

tne best p'tcnuir. exhibition so

far seen in tne series. Both al

lowed only two hits and each

struck rout six batters. Olbson

had a slight edge on bases on
balls giving up only one, God Godsey
sey Godsey gave up thre; : v...l.' :;

The seventh and last same ef

the series wj!". be played Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at t o'clock on

the pacific Side

In The Majors
' (Based on 56 official at bats)

Flavor and Club rib t h pet

Repulskl, St. U 21 69 17 29 .420
Boyer, St. Louis 23 98 23 41 -.418


(UP) A wide-open "battle lor

the pole" loomed today, only 24
hours before. the start of time
trials for the 500-mile speedway

auto race. There was unanimous

agreement last year s qualify qualifying
ing qualifying records will be shattered.
Gasoline alley disclosed at

lrast 10 veterans, of the brick

and asphalt classic are ready to
assault the records of 143.793

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New York

Lockman If .....t.4 0V0 -3
Dark ss 4.0 1 1
Mays cf .......... 4 12 3
Spencer 2b ...t.. 4 0 11
Mueller rf 4 1 1 3
Castleman 3b ....4 0 1 2
White lb ........ 4 0 0 9
Katt c 3 1 1 4
Gomez p 10 0 1
Grissom p ....t. 0 0 0 0
a-Hofman ........ 10 1 0
b-Terwlliger 0 0 0 0

miles per hour and 142.580 for. 8th.


a Singled

33 3 8 27 10
for -' Grlssom In

BaUey, Cine!. 19 55 10 23 .418 one 8nd four laps, respecUvely, -b-Ran for Hofman m 8tn.

game will be announce Tumor.


Selection of the IS boys who

will make up the canal zone
V.F.W. All Stars will be made by

tne live mac committee com

posed of Charil) McGee from

the VF.W. Temer League., pete

Corrigan and Moy De la perm
of the Fast). A League, and Joe
L. Thompsoa and Noel Gibson

Wl bllC AUftUlM XCCJl-(e AjCMJUV.
president Harr? F. Taylor of

the V.F.W. Leme will make

the announcement .as soon as
the committee reaches an ac accord.
cord. accord. ?
It was announced recently
that the ffitbfr of George Trim

ble, Atlantic Teen-ag j League

Star, ciatrbuted $5 to the V F
W. Letpe. V.'lth apolopks

Geor?e, we are priud to set the
record straight George, him

self sacrificed a carefully hoard

ed $5 in the ntot unselfish and

gener) is gesture uf the fund

campaign. Hats off to a real

sports or

Long, Pittsburgh 25 95 18 37 .389
Moon, St. Louis 25 93 20 35 .376
Mantle, N. Y. 28 106 29 41 .387
Maxwell. Dets 20 66 16 25 .379

SlhT nf the'Boyd, BalU. 25 58 9 21.362

Kuenn, Detroit 25 103 14 36 .350

Snyder, Wash. 26 bu iu ze -aou
Mantle, Yankees ......... 13
, Berra, Yankees .....11
Boyer, cardinals 9
- Thomas, Pirates .....,.. 8
. Banks, Cubs y.... 8 :
;XJernert, Red Sox, 8
Berra, Yankees ... i,.... 30
; Mantle Yankees 29

Boyer, cardinals u
Lemon, Senators . ..... 21
Oernert Red Sox ........ 20
Jablonski, Redlegs ...... 20,


The box score:



Hump trey 3b
McGrt lb

Gibson p

Crawf 3'i't
Hytlne.V 2b
Cabanai.u. ss
SandJs rf v.
Bruce rf ....

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Mantle, Yankees ....
Bover. Cardinals . .

Lopez, Athletics 21
Yost, Senator-) 21
Berra, .Yankees 21

Boyer, Cardinals ......., 41
Mantle, Yankees 41
Long, Pirates 37.
Kuenn, Tigers 36
Berra, Yankees ......... 36

(Based en S Decisions)

Ford. Yankees

z. Lawrence, Redlegs .
U T a ,t.n VanlrPM

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Freeman, Redlegs
Newcombe, Dodgers
Lemon,. Indians ....

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0 Pedersen lb .....

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last year.

late jack McGrath

Speculation on new single-lap

marks ranged all the way from
144.9 to about 147 and that for

10 miles to about 145.
. Barring adverse weather high

winds or rain there wasn't
much doubt the existing records

will be beaten, probably repeat

edly. Nearly two dozen speed

merchants hare turned in prac practice
tice practice laps or better than 140
miles an hour in the biggest
burst of speed In the "brick "brickyards"
yards" "brickyards" history.

Defending "500 V and national

driving champion. Bob Sweikert

said be wouldn't be surprised to

see a lap of 147 miles an hour.

New York

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SUMMARY Errors: Dark,
Lockman, Katt, Castleman. RBI
(O'Connell scored on error by
Dark In 7th). Dark, Crandall,
Logan, Mathews, Aaron 2,
Thomson, .Mueller 2- Doubles:
Aaron, Mathews, Mays. Home
run: Crandall, Mueller Stolen
base: Spahn. Sacrifice: Gomez.
Doubleplays; Spahn-Logan-Ad-cock.
Left on base: Braves 9, Gi Giants
ants Giants 4. Bases on balls: Gomez 3,
Ridzik 1. SO.: Gomez 3, Spahn

5, Grissom 1. Hits: off Gomez 7-i
6, (pitched to 3 batters in 7th j,!
off Grlssom 2-2, off Ridzik 0-1.
Runs and earned runs: Gomez
6-5. Grlssom 1-1, Spahn 3-3.
WP: SDahn (3-1). LP: Gomez


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- . MOSCOW, My 18 (UP). -The Soviet government re re-1
1 re-1 ."vealed to the Soviet people for the first tune today that
! V. I. Lenin on. his. death bed disowned Josef Stalin. -.
" The Soviet yonth newspaper Komsomolskaya fravda
Gripped away a S4-year-old veil mt secrecy and. disclosed to
t he people of this country the story other peoples had
f nowiv but which Stalin had stifled within the Soviet
I Union. . ...

It was that the aying unu wruca w ou -"rude"
power-seeker ruled by hastiness, impulsiveness and

Ti.nin made his charges in
two harsh last letters whict
ihave become anown m Vuu
hd form abroad as Lenin's "poli "poli-Jtical
Jtical "poli-Jtical testament."
I frh.o. last letters even pro
posed that a way be found to
jemove stalln from the position
of Communist party seeieww
and to appoint a man more pa patient,
tient, patient, more loyal, more polite,
Snore attentive to comrades and
less capricious.
V. The Komsomolskaya Pravda
krtlcle told soviet readers today
J or the first time that Lenin
iad found Stalin guilty of
raitoneiis." lack of respect for
Jhts comrades, caprtclousness and
ROK Police Alert
For Riotous Brawls
In Election's Wake
SEOUL, May 18 (UP) South
JKorea's 50,000 national police were
plated on "emergency alert" to to-in
in to-in antlrination of riotous out
break over the weekend in the
wake of Tuesday's hotly contested
( Police precautions will be espe
cially heavy during ine iurrerw
here tomorrow of opposition lead
tr P. H. Shinicky, whose followers
tacked the South Korean "White
TTmiM when he died on a cam
paign tour May 5.
f Another event that could touch
eft jiots would be an announce announcement
ment announcement that Lee Ki Poong, the of official
ficial official candidate, had won the
(lose race for vice president.
President Syngman Rhee won
reelection Tuesday by a majority
f nuriv a million votes, but at
latest reports Lee was running
nearly 150,000 votes behind Shinic-
ky's running mate, John M.
Chang, in the separate vice pre presidential
sidential presidential rce.
Some 200,00 votes remain to be
counted in the, city of Taegu, and
the opposition is watching closely
for signs of fraud. la the latest
districts to report, police have an announced
nounced announced majorities of nearly 10 to
one for Lee.
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an Inclination toward abuse of

The youth newspaper's word word-Ine
Ine word-Ine so nearly accorded with
versions of the Lenin "testa "testament"
ment" "testament" published to other coun
tries that it was plain the pres present
ent present leadership headed by Nikl Nikl-ta
ta Nikl-ta Khrushchev and Nikolai Bul-
ganin was now stripping the
secrecy seal from the document.
Lenin's hard words aeemed
calculated to fall with major
impact on the Soviet people,
who thus far were ignorant of
them. It seemed another step
in the present government's
campaign to build up Lenin's
importance and lower that of
Observers here considered It a
move of great importance that
the present Soviet leadership
had decided thus to invoke the
full weight of the thinking of
the dead Lenin, a man consld
ered only next to Karl Marx as
a founding father of Commu
Until the day in 1953 when
a grieving nation la,'d Stalin's
body on view alongside Lenin's
in the tomb in Red Square,
Stalin had the power to keep
the Lenin testament hidden.
Today the Soviet people learn learn-ed
ed learn-ed what Lenin wrote a genera generation
tion generation ago.
The Komsomolskaya pravda
article quoting the Lenin testa testament
ment testament was entitled, "Why it is
necessary to fight against the
cult of the individual."
The article was intended to
explain to younger readers the
dangers of Stalin-style one-man
rule which has beep under con concentrated
centrated concentrated attack since the 20th
Soviet Communist Party con congress
gress congress in' February. f
Cross Burns Hear
Archbishop's Home,
KKK Suspected
An investigation into "pos "possible
sible "possible rebirth of the Ku Klux
Klan in New Orleans" was or ordered
dered ordered today after an eight-foot
cross was set ablaze last night
near the home of Archbishop
Joseph Francis Rummel. who
has advocated integration.
Acting police "perlnten?ent'
Ouy Banister said he has order ordered
ed ordered a complete report and an
investigation into the burning
of the cross, a symbol of racial
terrorism once used by the
Firemen called to the scene
by a passerby found the cross,
formed by 2-bv-iour r-"" t. to together,
gether, together, had fallen smoldering to
the ground. It had been soaked
with fffLinllne. Firemen nut out
a small grass fire around it.
The cross was planted shortly.
before midnight on the ex
panslve grounds of the Notre

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tne association in wuis, out ine
funds are restricted to buying
books. There is not a pennv for
operating and maintaining the li library.
brary. library. The town has had to ear
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"Let the people
list YEAR
Gov. Luis Munox Marin of
Puerto Rico urged organized labor
today to work for an end to dictat dictatorship
orship dictatorship in' the Americas by 1960.
In an address to conventiomng
International Ladies Garment
Workers, Munox termed the
"shameful yoke of dictatorship" in
some Latin Nations "one tremen tremendously
dously tremendously important factor still mis missing
sing missing for good understanding in the


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WANT NO CUT IN AIR FORCE BUDGET Air Force Secre Secre-tarytary
tarytary Secre-tarytary Donald Quarles (left) and Gen. Nathan Twining, Air
Force Chief of Staff, tell a Senate Military Appropriations sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee in Washington that no cut in the Air Force budget
is warranted despite Russia's announced plans to reduce its
armed forces. Quarles said there is no indication Russia it
t materially weakening its air atomic power,'

Shortage Of Tech Personnel Menaces
Air Power Race .With Reds-jwining

DETROIT,. May -18 ,(UP)
The United States is losing its
lead in the air power race to
Russia because of an acute
shortage of technical people,
Gen. Nathan F. Twining warn
ed yesterday.
,, .ui.,
staff,- said we sUU lead Russia
but in order to retain this lead
ye must, wipe but "our shortage
0f technical people scientists,
chemists. physicists, electronic
, Twining, here to IprUdpafe
bration, warned.: "The inade inadequate
quate inadequate numbers of technically
trained people could take on
Unused Land Back
From Armed Forces
Puerto Rican Governor Luis Mr Mr-Sos
Sos Mr-Sos Marin sought federal action
today for the release as soon as
possible of all land held by Unit United
ed United States armed forces in the is
land and not being used by them
Because of the pressing econo economic
mic economic needs of Puerto Rico that land
should be used for agricultural or
industrial purposes, he explained.
Munoz conferred, about the matter
with President 'Eisenhower's per personal
sonal personal assistant, former Governor!
Sherman Adams, and with Floyd
S. Bryant, assistant secretary of
defense for properties and instal installations.
lations. installations. In an interview with the United
Press after ; the talks, 'Munoz
stressed that relations h between
the chiefs of the armed forces in
Puerto Rico and the common commonwealth
wealth commonwealth government are "excel
lent" but that all appear to be gen generally
erally generally agreed on the need for an
improved system of land
chance.' ; ;
The Governor said that the Unit
ed States Array, Navy, and Air
Force together hold about
acres in Puerto Rico. This is about
four per cent of the island's total!
area and eight per cent of its un unable
able unable land.
Some of this is not being used
and some way should be found as
soon as possible to have it return-'
ed to the commonwealth "govern-
ment. Mufiot said.

know the truth and the

PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1956

Such dictatorship, Mufiot charg
ed, "can get so horrifying and ex
travagant mat it sometimes seems
to impose its jungle law, even witn
in the United States.?, t 3,
' The governor appeared to be
referring to the recent myster mysterious
ious mysterious disappearance in New York
of Hie Spanish exile, Jesus do
Gallindes, shortly after his com completion
pletion completion of scholarly work ex excoriating
coriating excoriating the regime of Gener-
the nature of a national emer emergency,
gency, emergency, If It has not already done
so." '.
"One of the'reflson for th

increasing lack of interest m' and Mrs. Dwight Stagg, of Coco
scientific careers is our national Solo daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Rob Rob-shortage
shortage Rob-shortage of science teachers "f..""!:

notiio-, 4.
"vmw iy uu uie seconaarv
scnwut ieve1,

; .-rat--Alt Force has aided 'ta1B"liS&t VZLT", tj1 SS
other emergencies and CP. 1?. Guli. ; SP-3

now offering our help in this
one. we nave thousands of tech technically
nically technically trained men who could
teach -science subjects. We see
this as one way to help until
the current teacher shortage is
icmcuica "e saia. - 7.
The West Point craduat. lri
something must be done to cor correct
rect correct the situation soon, as Rus Russia
sia Russia and her satellites have al
most caught up in the air power
race with, the West.

Negro Congressman Says Democrats
Can Avoid Splitting On Civil Rights

WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP)idldate ;for the presidential

Ren. William L. Dawson T (D-i
III.) veteran Negro congressman!

rrom cmcago, preaictea wxinyitne Democratic piauurm must
that the Democratic convention state firmly that the party sup-

in August will avoid a party party-splitting
splitting party-splitting fight over civil rights.
Dawson, .who served on the

Democratic platform committee jtral Issue of the day." Similar
in 1952,-said he believes Trea-j views have been expressed by
sonable men" will be able to, other Northern members of the

write a party platform accepta
ble to a majority of delegates.
He said he could see no reason
why the platform has to refer
specifically to the Supreme
Court's 1954 decision outlawing
segregation In the public
schools. He said this issue is
ncV moot.
' "The Supreme Court has
ruled," he said. "Its decision Is
the law of the land." i

Dawson's statement was negations and the eventual estab-

variance with the views of some
of his Northern colleagues who
have said the Democratic con convention
vention convention must come ur with a
strong civil rights plank in its

"Gov. Averell "" Harrlmahringhrtnori-aoiitherti-boltrcn'
Mew York nnw an mvnmmA nan-' ha a thli fur

New York, now an avowed can-1

country is safe" Abraham Uncoln.

Calls For End

In Americas

alissimo Rafael L. Trujlllo in the
Dominican Republic.
"We are at this moment witnes witnessing
sing witnessing a situation," the governor
said, "that lends itself to the sus-
Dicion and that suspicion is very
strong and widespread in Latin
America that a certain dictatorud
government has in fact exercised,
the right of extraterritorial execu
tion of its opponents within the
United States and with apparent
Asserang that "the development
of vigorous la Dor organizations m
Latin America is one of the de decisive
cisive decisive factors in the strengwenuig
of democracy" there, Munoz said:
"1 hope your great union snail
always conuue to give strong up up-port
port up-port towaras this end, not by inter intervention
vention intervention m the internal afiairs of
anv couuu-Y. but oy traieraahy
helping to create, in all leumaie
ways, ue conuiuous mat prevent
"uel au of us who believe in
freeuom so conuuet ourseives that
tne snameiui yoxe ot cuciatorstup
shall be 'removed form tne AmeiiH
caa wtuun mis present aecaae.
Mwuoi paimxi up a nM for
front to correct a Latin Americ American
an American impression that tne Untied
ftiate is triendiy to aictarariei
gov'ernmenrs eno not to ine peo peonies
nies peonies ruled by tnem.
"oince ail suspicion of interven
tion must- oe avomeu, muno oo oo-servea,
servea, oo-servea, "the United bUUes linus u u-seii
seii u-seii in the posiuon ot oemg inena-
ly, to the governments and tnere-l
oy seenungiy uniriemuy to tne
oeoDiei of auch countries ;
'"lnis is a very lougn. ana unjust
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situation for tne American peopie,
and there Is a outy to exert every
effort to correct iU The labor mo-vemenU-the
free jnteramerican
Little League
Girls 7, Boys 6
Thirteen babies were born -in
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight, May

according to the regular hospita'iit caq be removed, entire and the

report. During the same period 77
patients were admitted and 101
were discnareed.
Babies were born to the follow
ing American citizens; Lt. ()g)
mr. ana rs. uien UKiesoy. ui
oi:.- j n... .j
Mrs.. William L. Boss, of Coco S6-

"eiand Mrs. William Cahoon, of Co

co Solito, daughter; SFC and Mrs.
Clayton W. Roc Of Fort Davis,
daughter; S-Sgt and Mrs. James
L. Benton, of France Field, son;
and Lt. (jg.) and Mrs. Alfred
Smith, daughter.
Babies were born to the parents
of Panamanian nationality: Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Alexander, of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lewis, of Colon, son;-Mr.
and Mr. Henry Madeam, of Colon,
son; and Mr. and Mrs. Francisco
Bustamante of Colon, daugther.
nomination, said in Spokane,
wash, earlier this week' that
ports the Supreme Court's deci
Harrlman called it "the cen.
Dartv'i liberal wine,
These views' have led to spec
ulation, that the issue would set
off a convention fight ever the
platform that might lead to a
bolt of. the Southerners, who
have been bitterly opposed to
the court's anti-segregation rul-
A similar convention fight
over civil rights in 1948 led to a
walkout of some Southern dele.
lishment of a splinter states'
Rights party On the presidential.
election mat year,
But Dawson, a Georgia-born
member of the House since 1943,
I said he believes a convention
be avoided this year.


labor movement has here a Job
to do of the very greatest import
ance. '.-''!
: In an oblique reference to Unit United
ed United States foreign policy toward
Latin America, Munos counseled
against trying to force "hungry
millions elsewhere" bite the ex exact
act exact mold for its own successful
"hi helping to create the condi
tions favorable to democracy," he
said, "we must not hold forth
concept of static democracy, but
oi a vibrant, living democracy
flexible enough to adjust to the
needs of many countries and cul
tures, all different.
"We need a concept of democra
cy as appealing, as bright with
hope, as inspiring, as all the
gleaning promise of Commu
nism, only not as empty."
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
sixth in e series of 10 article
prepared by medical members
of the Canal Zone Cancer Corn
rnittee). .:
Cancer is a chanse in the cells
Of the body, which irow uncon
trollably. The body is made up of
uuuons oi uvmg ceus wnicn from,
live, die and can replace t h e m m-selves,
selves, m-selves, There is some unknown el element
ement element of control which permits
cells to grow only just enough, to
stay in their places, to reproduce
only enough to replace dying
cells, v. v -i-i;
In cancer, i cell or more than
one, develop an independence of
mat control; they can then grow
in vast numbers, invade other tis
sues, grow larger than normal.
They cease to work as gland
cells, liver cells or lung cells.
They assume a. primitive or non-
special lzed appearance
At first these "malignant" cells
grown m a bundle all in one place.
This is the stage of curability. If
mis mass oi abnormal tissue can
16-Jbe felt, or seen, or found by X-ray,
patient is cured.
Unfortunately, such a lump in
the liver, or stomach, or other
internal organ, cannot easily be!
If not removed, the enlarging
lump may block off blood ves vessels,
sels, vessels, or even the intestines, and
not too late te be cured. Malig Malignant
nant Malignant cells may separate from
the mam group, eneter the blood
circulation and start a colony
elsewhere in the body. These
are called metastases.)
While we do not know what caus causes
es causes the malignant cells to get that
way, they can be recognized un under
der under the microscope. They are larg
er, darker, less regular in shape
than normal cells and they lose
the characteristics of the tissue
from which they arise.
There may be, two or tnree dif different
ferent different types of cancer known to
arise from every tissue of the bo
dy, even the blood. That is an in indication
dication indication of bow large the problem
is. ,-;
The real cause, if there is one
common to' all cancers, lies not
only within the walls of the tiny
cells themselves, but within the
specialized subdivisions of the cell.
even' perhaps within the molecules
of their chemical structures.
This is the microscopically small
side of the problem.
Vicious Rhino Wild
On Ship (crrelbd
Bv Wife Oi llimlsr
DURBAN, South Africa, May 18
(UP) Crewmembers ot a nrencn
freighter told today how the wife
of an' African big game hunter
calmly left her lunch aboard ship
to trap a vicious rhinoceros run running
ning running wild on the decks, v
Upon arriving here they said
that they were frantic when the
big rhino broke, from its cage on
route to a zoo in san mrancisco and
charged up and down the decks
on the trip from Mombasa to Dur Durban.
ban. Durban. ;
But to Mrs. H.R. Stanton, wife
of a hunter in Kenya who is shep-
erding a shipment of animals to
San Francisco, New York, Texas
and other points, the emergency
was simple.
She briefly faeeoV the cornered
rhino and held out a snack of lu
cerne, a ciover-uke fodier.
The animal meekly followed
Then Mrs." Stanlon went v back
, u
Mrs. Stanton hack to its cage.

to lunch.

Sef vfcf V16 RtoBlinK Brothers aSStfS SI
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For Field Training
The first -maim-
scheduled for the newly reorganiz-
w wiauiry units at f ort Jtobbe
wnwe ine zutn infantry "Syke's
Reeulars" ronl
iniantry's "Lifelmers" May -26-
wui vouunue as usual, in the
e Jungles, the new "Regulars of
ojb ww migrate to Kio Hato
to participate in a series of exer exercises
cises exercises commencing May 3l. 5
witn ine oDjecuve of accomplish accomplishing
ing accomplishing basic unit training in the field
instead of in earrienn th
sional. First, Second add Third
- 0 u. b j, V i
oattauons will undergo full scale
training cycles consiting of platoon
and CODlDanv ; nrobldmi tninin
tests and live firing exercises.
in general, unit tratamg wiU be
based on appropriate Army train train-ina
ina train-ina oroinrama cnvrini annul too.
tics to include attack, defense, re
trograde movements, advance
guard, flank guard, night petroling
and live firing? nlstnnn
to include defense, attack, night
patroung and advance party tac
tics;- and company exercises in-
VOlvine attack, defense retrnoriAa
and Infantry-Tank team training.
tacn DBttaiion cycle of trauunif
will extend. over a period of ap-
DrOXimatelV four WMlc Ofilh aaoh
Dattaiion conducting all its own
training : excepting tne company
tests. The latter will be conduct conducted
ed conducted bv Regimental headmiarterc
Tank aad heavy mortar compa
nies are siatea-to conduct uve fir fir-ine
ine fir-ine and field training sinner with
the Intelligence and Reconnais Reconnaissance
sance Reconnaissance and Counter-fire platoons
from Hq: and Hq. Company.
. riatoons from tans company
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northern Italy and bia liana rpari.
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whistle stops.
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last night aboard a train schedul
ed to arrive in Rnma at 9-m
after a brief stop at Genoa.
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from their-hntpl' tn tha raitm..
station behind a motorcycle escort
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