The Panama American

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

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

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Airdropped H-bomb
Proves 'Sanitary

; ABOARD USS MT. McKINLEY, Kwajalein, May 22
s'(UP)' Atomic officials disclosed, today that the. air air-r
r air-r dropped" hydrogen bomb lived up to Its advance billing at a
. radioactively "sanitary" weapon. J'v;; J-' ; -' i v;;";';, ;
, Reports from radiological stations throughout the
.Marshall islands showed "no increase in backgrounds' ra ra-:
: ra-: diation" as a result of yesterday's explosion, i cH ':f

That was because the shot was
Dl the Marshalls.
. Reports from ship, planes and
land statiens throughout the re,
f fion surreumlina t h a prevlnej
jround "showod na significant
radio etiva fallout at any paint
uttida Bikini atoll.". And at Bi-
kinl atoll, tha fallout waa "re "re-.'
.' "re-.' latively little." r ,
' ri n(fiI1 ikn disclosed that
Namu island, the flat pancake of
i lMMn 10 000 tppt
-kotnn ih hurst, suffered little
damage. The principal reason was
. i. lltfl nfr.
mat were was reiamrcy v.
struction on Namu.
- However, instrument toweri and
other atructures on nearby islands
showed the effect of the bombs
rlammining blast, v ., v
Officials gave no details, but
they said these structures showed
Student Union
Urges
to Join Rebels
.;" ALGIERS. May 22 (UPf The
general union of Moslem stu students
dents students today1 ordered all its mem members
bers members "capable of carrying weap weapons
ons weapons to quit classrooms and join
the rebel army.
Th -Union, -wnicn
staped boycotts of ut.ts to
protest alleged French repres repression
sion repression In embattled Algeria, placed
Itself squarely Into rtoti
camp, French officials, admitted.
The Union's action threaten threatened
ed threatened to provide the national lib liberation
eration liberation army, combatting French
sovereignty in Algeria with a
fresh influx of Intelligentsia.
Rebel units now are made up
largely of illiterate .Moslems
commanded by Jormer French
army non-coms.
Meantime more troops poured
Into Algeria today put down the
bloody revolt and to boost the
search' for rebels who savagely
mutilated 19 young French 3ol 3ol-dlera
dlera 3ol-dlera and murdered 17 French
' Moslems.- '-? -": .-.v.j-5--..w
The 242 Infantry battalion of
100 men arrived at Bone swell swell-Ins;
Ins; swell-Ins; the Frenchh army here to towards
wards towards the 400,000 mark.
' Three ships load! of arms,
ammunition and vehicles also,
Arrived
Meanwhile embittered soldiers
wept through the rugged hills
east of here searching for the
rebel band which killed the 19
young reservists from the Paris
region last Friday. Ther had
left their homes only, three
weeks ago. -v, v e e-.
. e-. Similar French patrols were
out around Philippevllle where
rebels slashed the throats of 11
French Moslems yesterday.-
Making the atrocity more o o-dlous
dlous o-dlous was the fact that of. the
17, four were women and seven
J children...:-;:,. :C!.x:s-': ',--
Soldier Charged
With Assault Out'
On Bail Of $500 :
- Bail of $500 was set in the ease
of a U.S. soldier, Kennth L. Lusk,
who vesterday was charged in
Balboa Magistrate's Court with
assault by means of force likely
to produce great ooauy injury.
He allegedly smashed a beer
bottle on a friends face wnne
the tw were drinking in the Vet Veterans'
erans' Veterans' of Foreign Wars Club in
Cocoli. s" '- :-
Lusk's drinking companion was
another soldier, Theodore Kellar,
who police said suffered a severe
. cut oo the nose. :'; '.,
The case was continued until
tomorrow afternoon at 2," i
House Votes ;
To Provide More
Pennies, Uickels
' WASHINdTO. May 22 (UP)
The House today voted to provide
more pennies and nickels.

1Y It approved a bill which would

1 f boost from 2 million dollars to 3

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which finances the production of
one-cent and five.cent pieces.
The increase is needed to cover
a rise in copper prices which have
gone up since 1954 when Congress

reauthorized an increase ia tha sup-1

ply ol the coins.

"varying degree of damage, de depending
pending depending on their proximity to the
burst." ;
The test task force was still
searching for Capt. Paul M. Crum Crumley,
ley, Crumley, 35-year-old Air Force scientist
from Albuquerque, N. M., who has
been missing since his plane went
down shortly before the scheduled
shot -on Hay 18 was cancelled.

Crislq&l AucHcn
01 Household Hems
Opens Ilexl Friday
The public auction of a shipment
oL household .goods, clothing, and
personal effects and of several lots
of surplus furniture will be held
Friday and Saturday in the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Storehouse at Mount Hope,
by the Division of Storehouses.
The auction will begin Friday at
6:30 p.m. when 175 lots will be put
up for bids. Selling will start Saturday-
at 8:30 a.m. and continue,
with the exception of a half-hour
lunch period, until all 541 lots are
sold. ;v
For the first time, the lots will
be divided into groups with a group
being put up for auction each
hour. A time schedule for the Auc Auctioning
tioning Auctioning of lots is given in the auc auction
tion auction catalog available at the Store Storehouses.
houses. Storehouses. Approximately halt of the ship,
merit of household goods will be
r"it tip for ; auction' I'sidas. nighul
lne itemsjjnclude household lin-i
ens, shoes, purses, boys and girls
clothing, lady's clothing, and men's
suits and shirts :,
Saturday morning the remainder
of the shipment will be sold includ including
ing including personal Jewelry,' blankets,
men's trousers, sports equipment,
books, cooking utensils, a portable
sewing machine, toys, hats,' and a
set of sterling silver. : i
Surplus furniture, all of which
will be sold Saturday, will include
rocking chairs, writing tables, chif chiffoniers,
foniers, chiffoniers, dressers, vanities, tables,
rugs, settees, rattan chairs and
woodea bunks. j
- The articles to be auctioned will
be available for inspection in Build Building
ing Building No. 5098-X, Cristobal' Store Storehouse
house Storehouse at Mount Hope, between the
hours of 7 a.m. and 11 a m. and
from 12 noon to 4 p.m. tomorrow,
Thursday, and Friday,., . f
: Each bidder must register prior
to the beginning of the sale and
payment in full for all property
purchased will be required prior to
release of the property, v. vj
PAA Commercial; i
Flights To Russia
Appear n Making
WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP) -I
Russia has indicated that it is will-!
ing to let Pan American Airways
start making the first regular U.S.
commercial flights into the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union,, 'it was disclosed yes
terday. ' ''
A.Pan American spokesman
said the airline has been discus.
sing the possibility with Soviet of officials
ficials officials for some time and "sudden
ly the negotiations became alive
again. If the agreement is work
ed out, Soviet airlines would be
authorized to fly into this country.
Bids Under Study
For Atomic Planh
In Latin America
NEW YORK, Mag 22 (UP)
Contracts for two of three atomie
power plants that American and
Foreign Power Company. Inc.,
plans in Latin America will be let
"in the near future," -George G.
Walker, president of the parent E E-lectric
lectric E-lectric Bond and Share Company
disclosed in the annual report re
cently.
The bids are now beine anorais
ed by the American and Foreicn
Power and by Ebasco Services,
Inc., the engineering subsidiary, he
added. ; v
Wholesale Prices
On Coffee Raised
NEW YORX. May 22 (UP)
rour eastern processors yesterday
raised their wholesale oricea on
coffee. Th. increases, expected to
De felt at the retail level in a few
few days.-ranged from- 2- to 4
cents a pound. -

No Business
For Presidents'
Says. Dulles

nnanuiviiun. May ZZ (Url J
aecreury or state John roster Uui-
les, at bis news conference today,
said it is possible that he may ac accompany
company accompany President, Eisenhower to
the meeting of American chiefs
of state to be held at Panama June
25 and 26.
He said he did aot expect that
the meeting would deal with
any Hems af business. But the
meeting a! tha chiefs at state
would have more than just sym sym-bolic
bolic sym-bolic significance, he said.
The United States government
expects that the importance at attached
tached attached to the conference will cer certainly
tainly certainly give aa important lift to the
whole concept of the role of the
American republics ia internation international
al international affairs', he said.
Dulles reiterated his Mief that
the Organization at Aaaericaa
States (OAS) k the best organis organised
ed organised regional group ia the world.
. It constitutes an example, he
stated, to other parts of the world
of how nations can work together
ia peace and settle their disputes
amicably. J.
Asked whether he planned to ac accompany
company accompany the President, Dulles not noted
ed noted that he usually travels with the
President to international meetings!
and that he expected to do so his
time even though the arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were not finally settled.
Hagerty Sees
1 Harrison ;
And Schull
' President Eisenhower's Press
Secretary James Hagerty and
members of a group from Wash Washington
ington Washington who are visiting Panama
today paid courtesy calls on Acting
Governor H. W. Schull, Jr, and
Lt.:Gen. William K. Harrison, Jr.
Commanrler-in Ohirf. of the Carib-b,.-
i Command.'" ":: -;""-' "-
- At noon Hagerty.! Alejandro Or-
fit a, OAS director pf information
and Santiago Ortiz, OAS adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant were to be guests
at a meeting of the Panama Forge
of the American Public Relations
Association which will be held at
Hotel El Panama. :
The Washington, group was invit invited
ed invited here by the Panamanian govern
ment to help with arrangements
for the news coverage of the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming meeting of American Pres Presidents
idents Presidents which will take place in
Panama June 25-28. ?
This afternoon the visitor! will
confer with Panama's Foreign Min
ister Alberto Boyd concerning de detailed
tailed detailed arrangements which are be being
ing being made; for. the presidents' coor
gress.:? v;.,7;;5, :i :: juv.rC.f.V
British Photogs
Refuse To Follow
Soviet Party Line
LONDON, May 22 (UP) A
Russian circus warned its star
clown away from the "cult of the
individual" yesterday. -
Ringmaster Urie Egorenko told
Oleg Popov to stop hogging the
publicity.
;"This; is a collective circus,"
he said. "We are here as a team,
not individual stars."
Popov, 25, stole I he show, in,
Brussels and Paris He waa the,
top attraction when the Russia
state circus opened ror me urst
time in Britain yesterday.
Following the ringmaster's or order,
der, order, Popov tried to look serious
and unclownlike in rehearsals.
But British photographers refused
to follow the party line. They con concentrated
centrated concentrated on him anyway.
Income Tax Rap 1
Lands Ex-Tax Man
In Federal Prison
' NEW YORK. May 22 (UP)
Former federal tax collector
George Getting, 41, was sen
tenced today to three years In
prison for collecting refunds on
false income, tax statements.
Oettlnz pleaded guilty to 10
counts of a 120-count indictment
charging he received more than
$12,000 while serving as a tax
consultant. The g o vernment
cnarged ne tuea more man 400
fraudulent returns for clients.
Battle Wagon
Of PanCanal
KWASAKI, Japan, May 22 (UP)
The 80-year-old bulk of the once once-proud
proud once-proud battleship. Oregon, which
served the United States in three
wars, goes under Japanese cutting
torches here next month to ba
told by the pound as scrap.
The former U.S. Flagship, de-
moted to Smmtmtttoh barge at the
outset of World Waj II. was

NEW YORK TIMES DECLARES...

Guizado Case
NEW YORK. May 22 (UP) -The
New York Times in an editorial to today
day today said "congratulations are in
order for Ernesto de la Guardia,
Jr., who appears to have won the
presidency of Panama in the, re recent
cent recent election."
It adds that his election was not
unexpected "but the campaign's
very lack of bitterness wat itself
described aa historic." f
. Ia the background, however,
the' Times says, "there remains
a matter that the National Coa Coalition
lition Coalition administration has aot aot
resolved to the satisfacloa of
all Panamanians. That is 't h e
case ef former president Jase
.Ramon Guiiado," b "';(', .s.'
Tne editorial continues """follow.
ing the assiassination of nis pre-i
dessor, Jose Antonio Remon in Jan January,
uary, January, 1955, Vice Presidetit Guizado
succeeded for twelve days.
"Then, with the national assem assembly
bly assembly sitting as a court, he was tired
for complicity- in the plot, convict
ed by 45-45-s and sentenced to aix
years and eight months. V
"The trial was public and order
ly. But partisans of Mr. Guizado
hava never ceased to plead h i s
case; In October the Supreme
Court ruled that ft lacked junsdic
tion to Teview the trial, r
"But in the last days of the e
lectoral campaign the prisoner
himself wrote to president Kicar
do Arias Espinosa that he had
new evidence of his own Inno Innocence.
cence. Innocence. When President Arias sent
a district attorney to his cell, Se
Priyr;nd;C:rr
Fi;hl To Rca:b
To SgrciTiS Court
MIAMI, May 22 (UP) Former
Cuban President Carlos Frio bo-can-as
said today he wilt carry hut
fight to stay in the United States
all the way to the Supreme Court if
necessary. "f. ,v --- .-t
U.S. immigration officials St
Richmond, Vs.,lyesterday ordered
that Prio and his aide, Col. Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Izquierdo be excluded from
the country as a matter concern
ing the "public interest, safety and
security of the nauon. There is
no appeal from the decision thst
wss handed down without a public
hearing.;.'-. ' '--.' -,i
Priors attorney,3 David" W. WaK
ten, immediately filed application
ror m wni oi nioeii corniin in v ea-i
era District Court here
The former Cuban President flew
T Mil mi Uaw O aauinM Dxaaiant!
w iMina wJ a, Dlll( 1 tCOIUCIIk
Fulgencio Batista kicked him out
of his homeland in the aftermath
of a short-lived revolt against the
government.
Once before when he was in exile
in the United States, he and one of
bis former, ministers were fined by
the US. gove rnment for conspira
cy to snip arms illegally to Cuba.
Phcny Free Entry
Applicalb Costs
Defendant $25 Fine
Because be applied for a free
entry application on a car in his
brother's name, Stanely Cumber Cumber-batch
batch Cumber-batch today was found guilty in
Balboa Magistrate Court on a
charge of fraudulent application.
The 43-year-old Panamanian de defendant
fendant defendant purchased an automobile
in Panama and identified himself
as Kelvin Cumberbatch, his broth brother,
er, brother, who works for the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Co. Stanley is not employed in
the Zone.; ;- ,-. ; vu .n
According to testimony brought
out in court the brother was not
aware of the misrepresentations
Balboa Magistrate John E. Dem
Mf fined Cumberbatch 125 a n d
gave him a. 10-day suspended jail
sentence on the condition that he
does not violate any of the laws
of Panama or the Canal Zone

Which Figured In Building

To Be Sold As
chased bya Japanese' irort and
steel firm earlv this vear and tow-1
ed here, from Guam' y a British
tug. ;J i
Two American firms fizured in
tha transaction the Massey Sup-
ply Company, of Guam,' which
bought what was left of the Oregon
from the1 Navy In March." and Ja-
pur-lmeric, Inc., of Tokyo, which ban-1

Not Resolved

nor Guizado said be would speak
only to a a p c i a 1 commission
whose membership he approved.
: "Obviously, the atmosphere of a
political election was not apt for
the airing of ao delicate an issue.
Now that Senor de la Guardia has
won, bis party's administration,
under Arias, might well decide to
reopen the case at least to the
extent of publicly evaluating the
supposed new evidence. If the
verdict was just, it will bear up in
the lieht of fuller truth.
"The new president-elect' who
studied at Dartmouth is as not noted
ed noted a sportsman as he is a politi politician
cian politician and businessman. He believes
in fair play." .'.
CZ Library Museum
Displays Ilinialure
M:;:l 01 'Old 259'
A miniature scale model of
Locomotive No. 99, which stands
at. the Balboa Railroad Station
as a monument of the comple completion
tion completion of the Panama .Railroad, is,
now on display In the Canal
Zone Library Museum in the
Civil Affairs Building and Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Highway.,, iV.v,:;,iW i f
. S -.,v.. ; .i- ,.f .,..".v4'
The model was made by Alex Alex-ander
ander Alex-ander Baunders, retired Panama
Railroad- employe,- -who-it is a
f;?roa1 boHiMi.sfc arid a member
of 'the' Railway- and'.LowWioUve!
Historical Society.;; jf.J'iiV
' The model is the entrai fea feature
ture feature of an exhibit entitled "Old
299 Symbol of Romantic Rail
roading on the Isthmus." The
A exhibit also Includes rare books,
pictures and articles on the Pan Panama
ama Panama Railroad written by Saund Saunders.
ers. Saunders. ? ;t ... y. .- -! :.;
Also on display in the Library
Museum is a related exhibit on
the Romance of Railroading in
the United States, which shows
the early, days of railroads dur during
ing during the period of expansion in
United States history. This in includes
cludes includes a collection of prlnta of
early locomotives.
The exhibit will remain on
display in the first lighted case
In- the lobby of the building
through June 15.
fely Bars llavmes
-
Cba HKuiMfi Itt
II Cii! K Id "liln 111
The Tender Trap'
gentine-born actor' Dick Haymes
has been barred by Actors Eouity
from taking a rote, ma Miami
Beach, Fla., presentation of "The
Tender Trap, it was disclosed to
day.
Frank Maxwell, Equity vice
President, said the group refused
to grant! Haymes permission to
appear because his original appli application
cation application for membership in the or organization
ganization organization stated that ne waa bora
in Santa Barbara Calif.
The play is scheduled to open at
Miami Beach June 2.
"Equity officials" became aware
of Haymes' true birthplace 'when
his immigrstion troubles became
news. Maxwell said Equity men
notified Haymes that he must ap apply
ply apply for membership as an alien
rather than a U.S. citizen, but that:
the actor never replied until he
got the new job offer. M
Then be appeared h personally
before the union council, but his
plea was rejected -by a "v e r y
close" vote. Maxwell said. -"-
Haymes has applied for U.S. ci-
tizensnio. it ne oecomes a citizen,
he can apply again for an Equity
'card, but this would be too late
for him to act in the Miami Beach
play.
Scrap By Japs
died the resale, v ' ?
The. Oregon in 1898 made a 15,
000 mile journey from Tuget
sound to nonda in ao days De-
cause of the outbreak of the Span-
ish AMmerican war. Her voyage
was one of the factors which re-
was one of the factors which re-
suited IB the TJ.S. decision to build
a canal at Panama.

Cyprus Bomb
Kills Tommy
As Girls Riot

NICOSIA. Cyprus, May 22 (UP)
Bomb.throwers killed a BnUsh
soldier and wounded- at least 12
other, nersons in. Nicosia's "mur
der mile") section yesterday in an
outbreak toucnea ou oy nouns
Cypriot school girls.
British officials imposed 'a cur curfew
few curfew on the heart of Nicosia fol
lowing the latest violence that be began
gan began with stone-throwing by the
girls.
, Traapt fanned aut across the
city with erders ta shoot, H no no-cassary,
cassary, no-cassary, to the rain el gren grenades
ades grenades from balcanias.
The school girls bolted from
rlaunwimi Into the street, crying
"Enosis" union with Greece and
"Eoka" the pro-Greek under under-ground
ground under-ground movement.
They wrested a confiscated
Greek flag from a group of Brit
ish soldiers. Troops fired tear gas-!
to break up the melee, but cypriot
passersby shoveled sand on the
gas bombs. The girls fled.
But in the resulting confusion;
the bomb-throwers struck.
.First, a. grenade hurtled down
th roof of an electrical store into
a nolice ieeo. It wounded a chief
inspector and his .Turkish Cypriot
sergesnt. r -Then
a bomb dropped from a
balcony into a British army pa pa-rni
rni pa-rni in. Tha car's 18-year-old
radioman toppied face down into
th trpt with a fatal wound in
J "Thit i wauld happen an y
biHidaM ha groaned before ha
died. He was tha 100th parson
klllod m Cyprus since April V
r Fragment "from''' otheV grenade
blifsts bounded -siJT soldiers' nd
policemen and six civilians. 4
:H r ''I',' V t v :
Professor Arriv.es
Here To Give Aid
ToRP Comptroller
W-Waiold Read.iiDrofessor in
public administration from the Ui
Diversity i of Tennessee,: arrived
here yesterday to assist me uen-j
eral Comptroller s office of the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama : in improving
their fiscal accounting and budg budgetary
etary budgetary matters.. ... c
The arrival of Beal is part of
the technical assistance program;
in public administration being car'
ried out by the Panamanian gov government
ernment government in cooperation with the
lent in cooperation wun me
ion-ef the University of Ten-,
mission
- Read has had wide experience in
...LI- AjlMtaifltaatinM TlirinrT th
puuie auiuuiuuawvu..
war he was U. S. Army Account
ing Director in charge of over-

seas aciivues. mh Missouri River Development pro pro-several
several pro-several books in this field and gram completion.... (his)
taught this subject for seversl gU here hai a happy one
years at the University of Ten- tor'this area, and its good wishes

- ... It t lU. M

nessee. in addition ne, nas servea g0 wUh Dim t0 hjs new assign assign-as
as assign-as a consultant to the government

and municipalities of the Mste
lennessee.
Egypt Recognition j
Of Commy China
Scored By Dulles
WASHINGTON, .May 22 (UP) (UP)-Secretary
Secretary (UP)-Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, at his news conference to
day, expressed regret over the ac action
tion action of the Egyptian government
in recognizing Communist China.
Dulles told a news conference
that-the United States regrets E-
gyptian Premier Gamal A nb d e I
Nasser's action.
. He said the United States is not
ia sympathy with Nasser when he
takes actions which tend to extend
the influence of the Soviet Union
and Red China. This government
is only in-sympathy with the E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian leader, he said, when he
takes actions to 'recognize Egypt's
indenpendence.
US Civil War
Veterans To Get
Geld Medals ;
WASHINGTON. May 22 fUP
The House today unanimously
passed and sent to the Senate a
bill to present surviving veter veterans
ans veterans of the Civil war with gold
medals.
Progress Results
- The provisional count of
votes in the Panama's recent
presidential elections today
reached:
rDEl A GUARDIA
GOITIA
64,4(12

12th CZ Governor
Will Talte Oath
Oh Previous Day

Mai. Gen. William Everett Potter will take the onth

of office as Governor of the
will arrive on the Isthmus the
Announcement of plans

the twelfth Governor of the Zone and to assume the pres presidency
idency presidency of the Panama Canal Company was issued simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously today at Balboa Heights and in Washington,
D. C.

In ceremonies arranged

ton the oath of office will be administered by the Secretary
of the Army in his capacity as the designated representa representative
tive representative of the President of the United States for the supervi

sion of the administration of
and as the stockholder of the
. Almost immediately atter
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IV lIIHMHJ IV WIIVIIU IVI tlll6 UUJ9 UlCCtlll) VI IIIC
budget committee of the Panama Canal Company board
of directors which will conduct a thorough study of the
budget for the Canal enterprise for fiscal year 1958. The
new Governor will travel by commercial airline scheduled

to land at Tocumen airpdrt

! On Tuesday evening Potter will pf Technology and has also atlcnd atlcnd-meeMhe
meeMhe atlcnd-meeMhe principal members of his ed the Army engineering school,
staff as he begins a busy sched-th.e- command snd- general staff
ule that, in addition to the budget school, sod the National War Col Col-study
study Col-study sessions on Wednesday, I lege. 1

Thursday, and Friday, includes an

official exenange ot cans oeiween potter's major civil works ss ss-the
the ss-the Governor and the top offi- signments in the United States
cials of the Canal Zone Military have been to the Pittsburgh engi engi-installations
installations engi-installations and of the Republic neer district where he worker! on :

of Panama.
", Potter will depart by plane
Saturday. June' 2. for Omaha,
Nebraska, where he presently
serving as division engineer of
the V, S." Army Corps of Engi Engineers
neers Engineers Missouri River Division.
He will return to the Canal Zone
for permanent residenct in June
aboard a Panama Line ship, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Potter and
their two daughters.
.
"I
High praise and expression
i0-t have been
rZ toAt
Vision sine, the snnouncement of
t-otters appointmeni w me una.
. . IK...1J
me umana; neorasaa,- worm-
sioriallv stated recenUv.
;;Zr, Y i" P'tfpi. nas SDed the
" " 1
p0tter went to the Omaha post
in 1952. While serving as head of
this division which covers some
i r 1 .-...-I
oi. me largest uuuu-vunuui nu
river-development project ; in ; the
world, he also has been sctive as
a member of the board of engi-

neers ior nivera amir naiuurs, ui.ioaay on a hunger strike.

tne MISSISSIPPI mver uiiiiuinsiuui
and of the Mississippi Basin Mod
el Board and as chairman lor the
second successive term of t he;
Missouri Basin inter-Agency com committee
mittee committee which coordinates the com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive water-resources c o n n-trol
trol n-trol program authorized by Con Congress
gress Congress in 1944.
. A native of Wisconsin, Potter
was graduated from the United
States Military Academy at West
Point in 1928. He received his mas master's
ter's master's degree in civil engineering
from the Massachusetts Institute
Swedish Iceberg
Weds Tony Steel
After Love Spat
FLORENCE, May 22 (UP) -Movie
star Anita Ekberg married
British actor Anthony Steel today
despite a prim mayor who refused
to let them hold the ceremony in
the ancient city council chamber.
It took the beautiful bonde and
the former paratroop officer three
hours to find another setting for
the ceremony.
It also took the glamorous actress
known as the "Swedish iceberg"
three hours to squeeze herself into
a form-fitting wedding dress, but
she succeeded.
So the wedding came off at last.
regardless of last-minute complica complicates
tes complicates tKt ii',,"rfs1 lo""V snat
last nieht. rainy weather this morn-

St.wrtlnriinrrnasrrscarch for a suit

able setting today.-

Canal Zone on May 28 and
followinn inv: f

for Potter to be sworn in as
for next Mondann Washing
the Canal Zone Government
Panama Canal Company.
taking office Potter will fly
f 1paa 4muc mAAiHi! iLm
On Tuesday afternoon.
-
'the construction of the Tveardt
i and Emsworth Dams in the Ohio
Valley Project and to' the post of
.uifinci engineer at Kansas Uty.
During World War II he served
as executive officer in the psycho psychological
logical psychological warfare division in the Eu European
ropean European theater of operations
during the period of the Norman Normandy
dy Normandy invasion. - ,
His other overseas assignments
have included three years in Nica-
e-nMiift kAtiinH 1A4A 1 tnia J
"ru" our-;
.J'.l..i? w":
'S'Kr
Nicsraeuan canal, and m.
time in Alaska where he was in
th. -nintrnrflon nf i.-m
.!r.!f.!' ".-5.? W
u.auauone.
Three Americans
On Hunger Strike
n Monaco Jail
MONTE CARLO, May 2? lUPV
t.i i . ..
iijiee Ani-ricans cna r g e a
with trying to break the bank at
Monte Carlo with loaded dice
ended their third month in jail
The three oult eatln Frldav
to protest being held without
bail and without triu
!i mi iauier ouerea .'B.umi Dan
but the authorities refused." said
f ... .. m a a i a
jason i,ee jr., son of one of the
men.
".
The three are Jason Lee, Los
Angeles Importer born In Ko Korea;
rea; Korea; Ralph Shake, 40, of West
Covlna. calif.; born In Lebanon;
and Philip Aggie, 39, of Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, born In North Dakota.
The younger Lee said his fa father
ther father "not only wants-out but he
wants the trial to be over. .but
that could take months."
Monagesque police said the
alleged loaded dice : actually
worked the wrong way. The
three Americans lost $8,565 at
the casino gambling tables.
Cops Fail To Find
bt. Kitts btowaway
A husky West Indian stowa stowaway
way stowaway who jumped ship two days
ago has not yet been found.
Canal Zone police today were
still searching, for Hilton Davis,
25, who jumped oft the British
freighter Merton Sunday while
the vessel was passing the Pa
ralso mooring.
He is a native of .the island of
St, Kitts, and is described as S
ft 10 in. tall weighing 260
nmtriHc -
' The ittrtOinsanoOof'Tduaj'
Africa via Curacao.



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erans in a hospital, mostly permanent.. Among other things, l
have had four operations, but am home now. 1
In an effort to kSen their minds off their troubles, doctors
encourage them in used stamp collecting. Stamps of all coun countries
tries countries are desired; however, they have to depend upon people like
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A) Iff fcy MU fcrAM,

WAtt, U. fit Off,,

"Do you still feel like going steady, Howard?'

This tolnmn has heea prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Kiesel's stall io( io(-kowiag
kowiag io(-kowiag a bedside eoafereacc witk
the atrickea calumnist.)
What price ducspayera?

Its time some of the country's
most influential policy making
labor leaders ask themselves that

question.

fcirange as n seems tnefe men

have been dealing with a group

oi cnaracters wiui long and im
pressive records of pro Commu Communist
nist Communist associations and. activities.

That dealing nas been aimed at

taiLng over big chunks of mem

bers from Commie dominated
unions. In some cases it has been

done quietly. In other instances

it has been out in the open. But
the result is that most of the
pro-Soviet unions expelled from
the CIO .n I9tt mid 1950 are no
tack iu tht AFL-CIO.

There is not the slightest in

sinuation here that Walter Reu-

ther, Jmies Catry, AI Hayes, t&

,-;i.d or any of the other

involved in thie situations arc
sympathetic to these pro-Co runw runw-nist
nist runw-nist leaders.
ut tiiey have, it seems to me,

abandoned sqnrj very important

ethical considerat'ors and wu-plec
a straige double-sundard.
These are men who are totally
md smcerely anti-racketeer. They
lake the position that there should
bo no dealing with the underwoild
eldncr ts who hare Infested some

sections of the labor movement.

They tn highly, critical,' for
example, of the efforts of the
Teamsters to work out an alliance
with the racket ridden inde

pendent International Longshore
men's Union.'

Behind the Front

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MEETS IVITII PRESS1-. Victor
Riesel, Nft.v York Inbcr col columnist
umnist columnist v:i was blinded after
a thu? tmew acid' into bis
face A .Til 5, holds : his first
news cont?;fT.(9 6i S". Ctore
Hops'tal In New Yurie since
the attach. Riesel's newspaptt
column la being continued un under
der under his ciire.-tio.i with the aid
of membsis af. his staff.

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Breakfast In Bed
By BOB" RUARK

i!ie 17asiii::gto:j
T.Terry-G6-Rou::d

It DREW PEARSOII

c

, - ; - ', I
WASHINGTON It's been ninejboth the N.Y. Times an! the rec rec-years
years rec-years sinct several million people ords of the State Department.
U over the U.S-A. from school- I met Jir. Johnston at a recep recep-children
children recep-children to businessmen to Junior tion one day after his Youttt Youttt-Cnamber
Cnamber Youttt-Cnamber of Commerce to labor, Waot-Te-Know statement and re reunions,
unions, reunions, sent the Friendship minded him of these dates. He
Train to Western Europe. I admitted I was correct and gave
That was in the dark days of me his private apology. lUsenhow lUsenhow-197
197 lUsenhow-197 when 'France was torn with er did not see Johnston for four
riots and a railroad strike; when' months because, first, he was ill;
Communists struck the agricultur- second, he was not then espe espe-al
al espe-al workers of Italy just as the' daily interested in the Near East,
crop was ready for harvest; when) U. E. Baughman, chief of tho
sabotage squads were sent from Secret Service, Washington, D.C.
Moscow to wreck French trains; I am sure you recall that I
and when 120 ships lay tied up at have praised it Your men do a
l Havre just one day before the fine job. However, I must confess
iriendship Train arrived. ithat your turning of the case of
A lot has happened in the nine Murray Chotiner s client, the Na
years since then. But this week tional Research Co., over to tho
in France the partial contribution FBI and the Better Business Bu-

m me rnenasnip mm cuiminat- reau continues to strike

cu wilo me aeaicaiion ot tne
A A ...

r rencn-runerican Hospital near

Saint-Lo This, the scene of the

me as

unusual I cant help but remem remember
ber remember how many times your own
man havA tntrt mA hnur thov r

- -- mMaM T V 111U UW T. V,

mosi oevasuung oatue of the.sented the intrusion of the FBI
Noraandy mvasion, where Gen,' in-their work. Incidentally, Cho Cho-YwZL!
YwZL! Cho-YwZL! tndJ.eJ f"Uy broke liner's cUent is, stiU mailing out
nw8lth German hedgerows,! checks marked "Claims Oifice'V
was picked by Americans to buud bearing a spread eagle somewhat
a nospiUl as one small contnbu-similar to tne seal of the United
Uon toward reconstructmg the ter-; states, the whole thing being mado
nble damage of 1944. to appear like a U.S. government
The hosnitAl wa a tnno tim. ne- The latest I have seen
AuSgBrth : FrJnen ft .J5Wri
American money went into it The c!' C,hf- dtf Apnl 30, de de-contribution
contribution de-contribution from the We'lEXS'S? i
Train took the form of insurance tte 'eral Trade Commission.
money paid when the Communist pnimrai rn nnnvn -set
fire to a Paris warehouse con- POLITICAL-GO BOUND
taining some of the friendship c .i
food r Conscientious Sen. Alex. Wiley
Cal'ir McCoUough, president .Wisconsin is facing Re Re-ihe
ihe Re-ihe WGAL' radio-TV stations in PuWlca" re-election trouble on
Lancaster. Pa., whn riiH ..rh .i somewhat the same type that disr

eood rob in makinff th FripnHshini couraged venerable Senator

Train a success, patriotically flew

to ranee as a good-will ambassa
dor for the dedication.

,'r

NIXON'S PLACE

une. even a criminal, can come' a cneairv n nui m .rv ..niaii in vm.j t. -u j iv

"v u ui nanacu dv uie non-iooKing waiter,
the OOgS make a spurious fUSS OVtf, It's a liea dirtv. Communist.

him-4n hope of 'discovering! inspired lie contrived to gnaw ati

..w uiu uiu uuw-, uie very fouu oi caDiuusm.

George of Georgia namedly. his

votes for foreign aid. Wiley has
opposition from ex-Congressmaa
Charley Kersten't fellow Repub Republican
lican Republican and old. friend of MCCar
thy's; also from Mark Catlin,

Lovely, Uvely Mrs. Myron Co-1"?"16' McCarthyite because

wan, whose husband did such a 1"', 8"e wun mo.
good job as U.S. ambassador tofte dmmistration on foreign aid
tne Pnilippines and Belgium, was : Tom Coleman, the GOP big
chatting at a cocktaU party with08''0 Wisconsin and anothe?

and nothing-ds too good for the

King in nis-castle.

bo it was, battie-weary, scarred

and flybitien, the bwana came
home from Africa and was pre

sented witn oreaiuast m tied.

Breakfast far bed always had

beea something that you saw in
the movies or had in a hospital.
The movie version looked better.

There was always some languid

doll surrounded, by bon-bons and
scentea letters. vVitn a white

French phone close at hand, and

Breakfast in bed haoDens like

this: There Is a carpenter some somewhere
where somewhere around hammering his head
off in order to wake you before

dawn. Then the one functional

slave being awakened by t h e eggshell.

noise, stirrers a nangover irom ust
night's rumba and cant think of
what to do with her time.
Obviously,, she can't bear to be
alone and wants to make some somebody
body somebody else sutler with her. So she
cooks up a treat and figures that

if she whistles loud enough, stum
U I I :n 1 a. i l e.

Ned Fonti tho imhitimn Jnctioa McCarthy friend, has been kniN

toast Is reduced to multiple-crumb! pepsrtntent official who aspires' W7 vuetl? he ca
The maU they make so much he "P the anUtnist division. 5ca8ht l t Basil White,
of consists of bills and insulting Con remarked on the fact 5VW running for Congress in

mat bu to w per cent oi tne press 1,u"-" viiiu, uib uie mene a
in the United States was strongly ttrney who shared ownership o(

tetter from editors. The newspa newspaper
per newspaper is yesterday afternoon's. You
have to fight the orange with a
dull knife and you get marmalade
all over the bed covers. You find
yourself landslid under shards of

who had only to push the .button' Wcs and snilla the trav. aha ia off

that brougnt the breaicfast wiin altOja great start for the day

Hurry the baiter walking back- to she barges, into the room just

wards sd as not w none mat tne as 'you've gone back to sleep and

blonde was half in -and half out

of her frilly peignoir, t v

There always was enough chow

to keep both Toots Shor and Jackie

Gleason fed, with the leftovers

sufficient to assuage a momentary

cans of Herman Hickman. Break

fast in bed always came with sil

ver-covers on the dishes, with tne

hits jou soundly Over the, paunch
with the tray. You wake up in a
j u n g 1 e of disagreeable eggs,
moody oranges and assorted crock crockery
ery crockery which you must balance by
keeping your legs stretched
straight out in front of you.-
As for an autopsy, by the time

the B-in.B has reached you. the

morning paper neatly folded and corn flakes are sodden, the soft-

If you scratch away the bread
crumbs.- you caosize the coffee.

and once you're under that, there
is no way to get out except by
exposing your helplessness to the

slave, who will promptly spill on
you what's left of the debris.
If this is luxury, I will go back
to Herman's, the one-armed joint,

or a necessary, get up, dress stum
ble downstairs and cook it my

self. It will be eaten sitting up at
a proper table after I've sent

Fido out for. the right paper.

In the meantime, a word to the

movies: If you can't bring the

breakfast in bread I mean bed

bring me the blonde. After all.

B.and-B can stand for a lot of

things, including brandy, benedic-

une ana Dionaes. v-v

How these decent elements can

condemn dealing with racket

, dominated unions while openly
dealing with officials of Communist-controlled
unions is something

that if it is wrong to deal with
the one, it is equally wrong to

deal with the other.

The" arty foU

- ."V.1 I,! 1 ' 111 1
WalterWincliell In Mew Vom

THE

Adarm

MANY-SPLENDOR ED
THING

iiij wuuwtn rave Dcen .. ,:.. l j

under cider, for the past two, IS "L "s SJZl

years to get back into the main. li1""" r.CTS. hi
ilrpam nf Voorinnn labor h nn KmScy and Othef SCient StS Mve

ri,imi ,......r...V.:n.- explored the most popular emo-i

. B. Williamson, "' Bellflower,
Calif. The question asked on
"Youth Wants To Know" of Eric
Johnston, special Eisenhower am ambassador
bassador ambassador to the Near East, was as
follows: '
"Mr. Johnstoner last week our
guest was Drew Pearson, and he
mentioned that it took you almost

... 1 lfour months t0 ,ec President Ei-

Curiously, the movie bewHchers express love in terms of blue skies' STlto S.latta
who make million, the. slaves of, and stars. A torrent of jingles is 12m Whv did it tate vot four
I sensuality; often have difficulty in echoed around the world. It may iESJliT J Jlr? ,yU f0Ur.

be the lyrics of a song, a headline, ,..Wel, i think Mr." Pearson Is

ZrJLZZZrTWr little erroneous on that," John-

derou.'"prss1s W to ill

tnr F.iEonhnwsr . Myrtle Beach. S.C.. 'Summer

"What about the Washington eotUge for a time with-Polica-J
Post and Times Herald?" asked Cnief Littlejohn of Charlotte. When l
Foote. ' ja Charlotte grand jury moved to j
"It supported Eisenhower re- indict Littlejohn, Whiteford, de-i j
minded Mrs. Cowan, - J spite his personal conflict of in- ?
I "But what.' about those Herb-'terest, blocked the indictment .'.
lock cartoons in the Post?" ar-1 PPnents o Congressman Thur-
gued Footed "They're terrible. He's mond Chathan" have quoted this
a Communist. .He ought to be column as saying he had a bad
suppressed.'- : f absentee record. They tailed to
"Nothing could be' further from' Pint out that my statement per per-the
the per-the truth, replied Mrs. CowanJtained to 1949. In letter years Cha-
"Mr, Block has won all sorts of thm has been a conscientious,
prizes. It's easy to call aomtonel hard-working iongressmah, with' Vi,
a. Communist:' hilt rtnrh iRInrt U COUraee. ; - ,' :

Certainly r)ot tt .that category."

"Why, he even drew a cartoon
of Vice President Nixon," remon remonstrated
strated remonstrated Foote, "coming up from a

'That,'s said Mrs. Cowan, ; "is
exactly where he belongs." ; ;
'Z J':.;: mailbag" ; .

r

Thi cc'umn, moie than a year1

tion without discovering its es-

ago, revealed thse dircclives to ?;,i nZZ. .1 T.,
Party reenta insi.'e labor Jor Uie lascInat?f I&f ?re': &

first time and warned of tlie'"r L,flTivTrioh
daneers involved subject: Love has a quality of rich-,
0 uP"-rJX .i... .K'ncss and joy which is transmitted

could be no coexUen m rJPJ tmora
V leaders of loyal American tradi ?P,end,d ?"ld, ."T,1?

unions and the Party cirefs Wa " ?m" "'".uvj

contrd ,f the pro-Commie uniouf.l ""rrover, wv ?u"

we pointed out mm n

with i.em on Monday, they'll be
your p-ntners on Wednesday and

you'll work for them on Friday.

and Eve, our thoughtful winning the enduring love of one
made possible careers1 man. Love landed Ava Gardner on

a psycniaurisi s coucn ana arove
uer into exile. It afflicted Rita

Hayworth with daily weeping jags,
Ironically, Ingrid Bergman discov

ered iove and became a victim of
heartbreak as a consequence of
public abuse. It caused her to cry
out: "Why do people think I'm so
pure and noble?. Everyone has

shades of good and bad in 'them
and I'm human." ...

The human element Is. supreme.

of course. And the inevitable hu-

ot Broadway's greatest love stor

ies was the Fanny Brice-Nicky
Arnstein saga. In this case love
once again demonstrated its capri capricious
cious capricious quality. It struck like light lightning
ning lightning and the thunder endured al almost
most almost a lifetime.
Fanny used to tell friends that
she fell in love with seven tooth toothbrushes
brushes toothbrushes in a bathroom. One of her

. UNDER STARS AND STRIPES-Jean, Simmons and her
husband, Stewart Granger, British-born acting stars, have
passed final examinations to become U.S. citizens. "After liv living
ing living here seven years, we have come to regard America and the
'American way ot life so highly as to want to make our perma permanent
nent permanent residence here," Granger said. "We also are looking for forward
ward forward to welcoming another American citizen In a few months-
our nrit child." .

'.'itmmnifihla as auora nrlmfiru tour

you- worE T ; : r i I i

ui nature, wiu lur caca rover
the emotion has a unique benedic

tion. It is, in many ways, tno
source of our greatest strength.
A natural miracle which is as
bright and warm as the sun.

man imperfections are frequently ibioggers noted: "It was a supper
in direct conflict with love. Where: party in Arnstein's hotel suite. 'I

there is passion there is pride
and there are times when they

are difficult to- reconcile. ,. Joe
DiMaggio wisely refused to dis

pense with his identity and dignity
by accepting a lesser role in Mari Marilyn's
lyn's Marilyn's career. She exchanged love

go in to powder my nose,' Fanny

said, ,'and I look and see he's got

seven toouiDrusnes. seven! Hang

ing on the back of the door I see
a Scotch plaid robe and I see his

pajamas with a monogram that

small on his pocket Gee, class,

...should havt sent it by Pan American

Panama: I Street No. 5, Tel. 2 0670; Colon: Solas Bldg.. Tel. 1097

The aurum apparently leil on
deaf fars. Bit by o't tne comrades
managed to worm their way back.!
Walter Reuthcr's Automobile
Workers Union provided a haven

lV a throne for "the woman discover by peering deep into her'him in thero'."

ininr. ZZZlzZ V 11 love" . In palaces or 2x4'ne"- ..... i
V'TTrrTT.T7r" l anartments. on Main Street. rar--:-''r--,

x-81 oiiraan ana jis Meaicmiers;.. ',, j u' Everyone who has vr Wn In in th.

wot ur nuujwuw iuyb ua ui-:, . .. e-

Princess Margaret chose self- for smbition. Whether or not this' because the monogram was jrery

while her uncle surren-'"" su iuy jnaruyn can smau. coy, i reauy goi stuck on

and Butcher Workmen's Union':

gayea respectable home to the'""- J"V2 ,h?m" i! art no real authorities on the sub-

Furiiers Union whose former ,1 U.:"r I lect. however. Closest to an auth-

aited passion otten becomes nuwk- ."kiucc,

ish or commercial. Love is good
box-office, folks. And the dreamy
public images often have ano roots
in reality.

' rinrl

old

presmcn, Ben Gold, was a mem

ber ot the National Executive
Committee pf the Communist
Party. V'-;.;;..i;
The Machinists Union, headed

by the crusading Al Hayes, took

ZiZSS-i ii L Vii'u Joan Crawford has exposed

the-biggest and richest center of. YvES. n?m cwu- K
pro-Commie labon power. They"JS2Sf. .amG'ri

i.ave absorbed many former UE ZZr T ""ik." .LJ:.

locals in Kansas, Iowa and Mis- V""- S. v.FinnJ

SOtu11 '"ft JvJl'''J!iJ-stance every day to tell you of
k, j? 'rl. .i,! mad love. You explain patient-i
by Jim Careys International, hi t h nMn't know!
Ilmnr, f DoolWo.l WxrlV.r. .i.i1' 10 ni Wgl ne C043SU I MOW

K.ii. -naTiT 7 .riiASJ .m'you. "no now can he be ia love
WrKr TiJlnCS! someone he doesn't know?
UEi District four in New York W: j u- j;
City and Northern New Jersey. "SjS tAAWnn!f ?'n?!ny
lock, stock and barrel. And thprJscnPt3 to Kad or sot& to

is talk that some of the former

is Marlene Dietrich. She has pro-1

Brlce-Arnstein love X story

tradition. Su

preme devotion despite extreme

adversity.) Throughout their mar

riage; Arnstein had difficulties with

the law. The show bis queen re

mained loyal to the gambler con-

claimed: "No one is born with man. There were headlines and

pride, but born with love we arc.' heartbreak.' But Fanny earned

nno u you give it, Dressings wiu
be yours and loneliness will never

pro-Commie officers will be hired

as organizers.

Bennd the move ty tne com

rades to sneak back into the

anti -Communist labor federations
is presumed prima facie to be
non subversive even though im

portant locals may be headed by love

be your roommate. A woman isn't

well enough equipped to be alone.
Her richness is the resonnance
which she can give her man like

no one else on earth the reson resonance
ance resonance man needs to feel his power.

strength and achievement to the;

fullest.7
Marlene's contention is non-controversial.
All girls are Girls. They

have similar desires and find gra

tification the same way. Nothing
is as democratic as a kiss or a
heartache. And substitutes for love

wnetner it is called "Career" or

"Duty" represent the ultimate
in folly. There is no substitute for

any more than -there is a

love like a banner through the

storms. This was the glory 'and

absurdity of love the heart's con

quest of logic. .when be was
sentenced to Leavenworth Fanny

wryly remarked to Will Rogers:

"Tm happy because I know where

he's spending his nights.

Love Is Romeo and Juliet, Grace Grace-and
and Grace-and His Serene Highness, Debbie

and Eddie as well as Joe and Mrs,

Doakes. Love is the profound elo eloquence
quence eloquence of classic romantic verse
and the ballads of Cole Porter,

Irving Berlin and Rodgers and

Hammerstein. Love is John Bar-

rymore's despairing defini definition:
tion: definition: "The doorway to Heaven and
the entrance to Hell" and Ben
Htcht's description: "Love is a
semi-theatrical relation, full of ar artificial
tificial artificial plots and the fascinating
orchestration of suspense" .. .It

Is Oscar Wilde's realistic conten-

AFL-CIO is more than a desire! known Commies. ; substitute for life. Love is Life

to get closer to the masses of. That the pro-tommies are sue- Helen Hayes is one of the ex ex-American
American ex-American workers' from whom,ceeding in their latest maneuver ceptions who managed to share a
they have been isolated since, with the help of the very elements successful career with an endur-

their expulsion from CIO. iwno drove tnem into isolation mg marriage. Shortly after they tion: "Men always want to be

Primary purpose is to stymie. is one oi me strange twists of were wed Charles MacArthurl woman's first love. Women like to

I government efforts to prosecute labor history. i warned Helen: "You'll have moral ba man's last romance" . .Itls
I Communist unionists for violations! These men resist dealing with downs than ups. But you'll like Dorothy Parker's cynical verse:
4 4h6ubvivAettvitir -C4jn--mob unions.. Why da Utey-conttRua tho-wps.M 111 "" "By- the time yon -swear -you're
trol Act. Under that Haw, any to deal with pro Soviet unions, i-- i

union affiliated with the mjaor, Why the double-standard? Broadway minstrels often (Continued on Pase THREE)

The fact is. however." that John

ston returned to Washington from
Palestine and Egypt on Oct 21,
1955. He did not see Eisenhower
until Feb. 15, which was just be before
fore before Johnstone departed for. Ja

pan. These dates ara confirmed in

it.

A WINNER Sandra Walton, a j
native of fan Rafael, Calif,H
has been chosen Americani)
Homemakcr of Tomorrow. Int
addition to the title and a $5,00OF
scholarship provided by Gen-
eral Mills, winner Sandra gets.
warm Congrats from last year's.'
Homemaker, Deloris Arnctte of

President's Wife

Answer to Today's Puzilr

7

ACROSS

1 Wife of 14th

IWine vessels
4 Small horses

U.S. president,

Jane

. Appleton .......
Pierce
They had
children
11 Occupant -19
Plays host to
14 Put on tht
stage
15 Bridal paths

HHurt
17 Novel
1 Withered
20 Demi
22 Her father
, was Rev.
1 A; Appleton
28 Rosters
31 Redacts
32 Tremulous
33 Rent anew
34 Carpenter's
Implement

3S German coin

36 Feel
37 Go by motor
41 Royal ItaUan
family name
45 other
children died
In infancy -48
Mohammedan
magistrate
SO Frightened
52 Looked fixedly
54 Pertaining to
the nostrils
55 Bridge holding
56 Short jackets
57 Writing tables
DOWN
1 Light fog

I- 2 Irinar (comb,
t form)

Threefold
- f comb, form)
7 Nazi
' I Chert rattle
Eternity (ab.)

J0 Essential
- being
12 Feminine
appellation

13 Marbles

23 Swedish -'
weight :
27 Small island
28 Bridge

: 18 Electrical Unit 29 Number (pi.)

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21 Expire
22 Jolt
23 River in

Germany

30 Dirk

38 Was borne
3 Preposition
40 Sleeveless

garment

42 Begone!

Edible
rootstock i ''
44IrelanoT f .
4 Walking stick s.
47 Brazilian
macaws
48 Pack of cards
, 49 Roman date 1 1

51 Abstract being r

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nCE FA5AMA AMERICAN AS INDFPEXDFNT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Crisis In Singapore Looms As

Independence Talks Break Off

invTwsi m. iTIP The' foe of "colonialism." on his way'

n.v fc ic mav tdl whetlieTrback home. It is just possible that

w r" J : ..-.- t: k

Great Britain is going to lace a iNean wiu giv mm iu wur

niw crisis in Singapore. ing aavice,

Independence negotiations ior a Marsnau carries w
the crown colony broke down in threat to resign, the way would be
London last week. - tope for M election in which Lee

,n.irt Marshall. Singapore's: would Uke over.

chipf minister and leader of ine

delegation which, went to Lndon

to negotiate, has started for home.

That would bring a dangar-

ut swing toward communism.

Nohru is friondly toward Com

Ha Wt behind him a waKe oi munm vnina ana aowi

ingry statements predicting dire But ho doesn't want Communists
developments because the British to got control of Singapore or
government refused to accept his,' any other area m his neighbor-

krmy Installation

Contract Awarded
To Electric Co.

Walter Winchell

WELL, COODI
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (UP,
Harry K. Briggs has identic t

draft board and Social securi

Continued from Pate tt

his, shivering and sighing and he '. ".,
vows his passion is infinite, un- v
rfvinc IjHv male a nntn M this? (getting to the Point quicker).

Fnniuvr TKABTABTR v.nilo nn. nt i. ivinn" Tt it what makes the world CO TOUE

announced the award of contract Anna Magnani's tone sigh, with that Pained Expression. I

io tiecinc service ior installation, "inere s too mucn anguisn in an

of 750 KVA converter and associat- old love affair."

Love, that many splendored

thing, was recently appraised by
Julian Huxley, the Intellectual One
"Love at its fullest can include

an enormous range of emotions
and sentiments. It can combine

ed circuit revision at Fort Ama

dor, in the amount of $23,600. I

The office also announced the
award of contracts to W. T. Coffey

for interior painting of various

quarters at Fort Kobbe and Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du in the amount of J47.367. and to

Antnony Leggiere for painting va

rious quarters at Fort Clayton, in'

ine amount of 122,075.

LIBRARY FUND

HOLLAND. Mich. -(UP) Chit
J 1 U I t-J

era-inus.i,. - . . -,. urea ucrtj nave isuncnea a cirn-
He says he going &?JS5?.S C?J raise oe million pennies

humility with pride, passion with

peace, self-assertion with sen-surrender;
it can reconcile violence
of feeling with tenderness; it can
sublimate sexual desire into joy
andt he realization of a fuller
life I

when he arrives. This, he.wrj period. .And Marshall Certainly build new pubUe librliry.

w-l

-in .k. m-tnr.thm ftrtrem- needs cooling off.

ists in Singapore $ to take over. A wealthy lawyer. whose Jew Jew-Lee
Lee Jew-Lee Kuan Yew leader of the ish ancestors fled Spain centuries
i.n Piwnle'i Action Partyago to avoid persecution, Marshall

reoresents the extremists of. is man of temperament. Ho. flies

Love, as

somei Cynic
t-

intoned

fOtTbvrTHEADlEB10 A.
I -, Department
1 Reoulrementa ? 4
S TeL S43U : v

MRS. HELEN T. PEDDRICK, George Holcrofi and Maurice A. TewinkelTeceive Award Cer Cer-EteTa7d
EteTa7d Cer-EteTa7d checks for $115 each from Col, Robert R. Robertson, director. Inter ( American
GeodeUc Survey for their studies to simplify AGS procedures which resulted In the eliml eliml-SSm
SSm eliml-SSm T of delicate copies of microfilm prints of LAGS survey data, whereby savings of tp tp-woxtoately
woxtoately tp-woxtoately B5wS T annually wiU be realized b.the U.S.. Government. Mrs. Peddnck Hoi Hoi-cttd
cttd Hoi-cttd Tefflcollaboted and worked as a team W arrive at th usiK
in the Ttiroblem This is the first time that an award has been made within USARCARIB
forTowcontrtbu significance of their outstanding ; effort and thinking wiU
ttrvl W In tosplratlon to all other employes it USARCARIB to improve condiUons.

whnm thera are many

Lee was a member of Mar Marshall's
shall's Marshall's London negotiating team,,
which included all. elements in

Singapore politics. -?.v-v

Loo, on his return, may onnr
the leftist labor unions to stage

torios of riotous strikes. If that
happen, serious treublo will bo
in prospect. "'v. Wtf

But if Marshall- and Lee are

smart, they may decide to let the

situation settle aown ior a wnue.

there are indications that a basis

for new. negotiations ; couia weu ue
found. ....-f

Marshall gome 10 visit rnme

Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of In India,
dia, India, 'neutralist", leader and arch-

I ?H ' WZ
p r .- v
' " X

off 4he. handle frequently and!

makes statements which he later
regrets. He made demands which
no British government could ac accept,
cept, accept, especially the early control
of internal security.' :
This security Marshall could
safeguard only with the aid of
British troops. But he wanted to
be able to decide just what con constituted
stituted constituted a secure situation in event

of an outbreak of violence.

Hews Phol

Gels Commendation

For

wuF.FXTNC Wl Va'i May 22

(UP) News photographer ttusiy
Marshall had .-' commendation

from his boss today for missing

Marshall, veteran pnoio8rp"en

reporter for the Wheeling lmeiu lmeiu-gencer,
gencer, lmeiu-gencer, was covering the rededi rededi-Kttnn
Kttnn rededi-Kttnn nf an historic suspension

bridge here Sunday when an auto-

mnhiin bumned a inree-year-o 1 u

girl The accident occurred aoout

four feet from wnere marsnau

was standing with his camera,
"niirinff manv vears as a news-

nsnerman. 1 ve oiten wuuucreu

what rd do 11 1 was ciose enouga

to an accident to reacn out ana
touch the victim." Marshall laid.

When the chance came, Mar

shall did not hesitate. He put bis
camera on the street, knelt down

and eased the girl, ftatnieen wy

ww from p under the car

whara hpr lp(? were clnned be-

OTWt-. W - O I

neath the front wheels, ronunaie ronunaie-ly.
ly. ronunaie-ly. Kathleen war not seriously in-

inrari nn n nanaea ner n nm

parents wno iook ner w a uuvn

Marshall said his first instinct

was to ""snap a picture" but tne
decision to let his work, come

second "was easy.

"I have three : children 0 my

own, ,fliarsnaii saia.

r j

pivf rivii'iAN FMPLOYES of the. Quarterm ister Section receive cash awards and certU
ficates fox 'adopted suggestions f ft?m Col-W R Beymmn-
Fnerelke. Eric Andrews and 8ahtia

o Martini Irln
?.TfiI? TZZZ o,.MnSn. Prnsram over 100. and during the month 0! April led aU par- ?

wduMuu...ut .' . : . . (U.S. Army rnowi
ticipating .organizations. ;,"

f

I-

Wildly Shooting

indifs

After Bank

Marie McDonald;
Sued For Divorce

By

' 7 ."'Vr "-''-'',''""'.'. "-;'-,'...-'.'''; '''
KEARLT 35 HOURS of truth was purchased here by civilians
of the Canal Zone and personnel of the Armed Forces during
: the recent crusade for Freedom drive. That reprsents, in casn,
rarly $4500. Of that total, Army men contributed nearly $3300.
The annual drive ended this week. Mai. Gen. Lionel q. McGarr
tright) here presents Leonard L. Brockman, chairman of the
" '. crusade for Feredom, the check from the Army. '
- (VS. Army Photo)

PESHTIGO, v Wis., May 22

(UP) Two men, snooting

wildlV; robbed the Peshtiso Na

tional Bank of about $1,000 yes

terday and wounded a woman
teller. They were captured after

half-hour gun patue in f s

swamp area. ;

About 100 Ollicers wappea iie

two men on an island In' tne

Peshtigo River, which j passes

through a nearoy swamp area,
about three hours after the rob

bery. One of the bandits was

wounded, but none of the off i

cers was hurt.

The bandits, both carrying

guns and wearing dark glasses,
fled the bank in a car. They a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned it about five miles
from Peshtigo on a country road
and took off on foot Officers

trailed them through the -wood

ed, marshy, swampy area to tne
island.l-tl vJv: ;

Authorities said they found a

box of money in the same gen gen-crsl
crsl gen-crsl Arcs, v
The wounded teller. Mrs

Yvonne M. Sielaff, was shot in

the law and taken to a nospiiai.

Her husband, Robert, said- he
offered no resistance bu the

bandits began firing tnrougn

the teller cage without reason.
" Thev rot scared and ran aft:

thev hit mv wife he said.

"Thev nrobably wo-ild rave

1 I. .1

staved and tauen more u mcj

hadn't panicked."

Easter Duty Mass
t St Vincent's
'nav-Morninq

Members of the St. Vincent de

O

HOLLYWOOD, May 22 (UP)

Harrv KarL wealthy shoe mam

facturer, has filed for divorce
from Marie (The Body) McDonald

charging the former actress caus.
ed him erievous mental suffering.

The divorce action came less
than a week after Miss McDonald
charged Karl with striking her in
the abdomen. She tailed to con convince
vince convince either the district attorney

or the city attorney, however,: that

battery complaints should be is

sued acainst Karl. 1

Karl filed for divorce In nearby

Santa Monica in the same court
where he and Miss McDonald
were divorced once before on Oct.
15, 1954, only to be, remarried
iAt June 14 at Yuma.-Ariz.

The shoeman called Miss Mc McDonald's
Donald's McDonald's report of the alleged
beating "a figment of the imagina imagination"
tion" imagination" Mis McDonald, who ex

pects a child in October, delcared
Karl left her black and blue with

his blows. But he said be had nev
ct struck anvone in bis life.

In addition to filing tne divorce

complaintr attorney Leo Altshuier
obtained an order requiring Miss

MrnnnaM to aDoear May a at a

hearing on Karl's request that he

be granted custody 01 ineir two a-

dopted children, Denise and Har

rison, botn sue. ie aeicarea auss
McDonald was suffering from a
"sustained, chronic and serious

illness" and it would be in "the
best interests of the children if be

had custody.
Senate Votes
To Create New
'ridiah Tribe
" ,. ".' '-
WASHINGTON, May 22,(UPV 22,(UPV-The
The 22,(UPV-The Senate voted yesterday cre create
ate create 1 new Indian tribe.
It decided unanimously that
some 4,000 Indians around Robe Robeson
son Robeson county, N.C. shall be known

officially as the Lumbee Indians.

CWO-W-3 ROBERT CECIL Mc-

DANIEL, U.S. Army, arrived

in the Canal Zone recently for

auty at Headquarters, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command. McDanlel is
assigned as assistant staff
secretary of this headquarters.'

Prior to receiving this present

assignment tie was assistant
chief,, civilian Compon e n t
Unit, officers section, Separa Separation
tion Separation Branch TAGO, Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Warrant Officer and Mrs.
McDanlel with their two sons,
Stephen, 12, and Dwight, 6,
are living at Quarry Heights.

Handle Shite

Hands 8(1 Tiieil
Al Garden Party!

WASHINGTON. May 22 (UPV-

President and Mrs. Eisenhower,

pausing only once to sip a soft

dfink, shook hands 811 times yes

terday at their annual garden par

ty for hospitalized veterans and

servicemen. ;

The President and the' first lady
stood under a red and white cano canopy
py canopy for 45 minutes in summer heat
for the handshaking ceremonies.
The party was held on the south

lawn of the White House.
For their guests, the -Eisenhow

ers provided chocolate and vanilla

ice cream, cookies and cakes, a
pink fruit punch, coffee, and cigar

CIS. .., J- ......
Cabinet members and t h e I

wives, who in former years stood
in the reception line with the Ei Eisenhowers,
senhowers, Eisenhowers, circulated among the

crowd this year, pausing from

time to time to chat with a veter

an. -;,'

The first patient through the re
eeption line was Air Force Maj

Oliver Keed of Middleport, Pa

one of the seven stretcher cases

who, for the first time, were invit

ed to tne white House reception

tin. Eisenhower, summery in

powder blue embroidered linen
dress with matching hat, shoes

and gloves, chatted briefly with

each of the litter cases.

She and Navy enlisted man Rob

ert Marshall of Kalamazoo, Mich,
chatted gaily about the weather,

It was a typical hot muggy Wash Washington
ington Washington day, with the temperatures

inching into the high 70 s.

The President waved to the sev-il

en- litter eases, naying, "I hope
you'll all be better soon." .
The litter cases were followed by
almost 100 veterans in wheel

chairs. :'." ;.;""'

One of the patients to greet the

Eisenhowers was Mrs. H. K. iut iut-teredge
teredge iut-teredge of Clinton. Md..' 77-year-

old veteran of World War I, in
which she served as a translator

for Naval Intelligence.

Paul Commandery no. 3!i, T&ey claim to De descendants ot
Kniehts of St, John, and Ladies early English settlers and coastal

Auxiliary, NO. 209, were oem? inaians.

urged today to prepare for their

annual Easter duty High Mass

at St. Vincent de Paul's Church
on Sunday, at 6 a.m.

Some historical speculation in

North Carolina links the Robeson
country Indians with Sir Walter
Raleigh's lost colony, the first

English settlement in Worth Amer America,'
ica,' America,' which vanished in 1584.

The bill now goes back to the

ocoaonust;aous fat concurrenco-ia-

Jan. 1, the ate amendment which says being

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Labor News
And :V
Comment

This column has beea prepar prepared
ed prepared by Victor Riesel's stall iol-,
kowing a bedside conference with
the stricken columnist.)
What price duespayers?
Its time some of the country's
most influential policy making
labor leaders ask themselves that
question.
Strange as it seems these men
have been dealing with a group
of characters with long and im
pressive records of pro-commu
nist associations and-activities.
That dealing nas been aimed at
taK.ni over biz chunks of mem
bers from Commie dominated
unions.. In some cases it has been
done quietly. In other instances
it lias been out in the open. But
the result is that most of the
pro-Soviet unions expelled from
the-' CIO .n 1949 mid 1950 are no
Lack in tht AFL-CIO. v
There is not the slightest in
sinuation here that Walter Reu-
ther, Jmies Cairy, Al Hayes, ril
(v.'i.n or any of tfie others
involved in these situations arc
sympathetic to these pro-Commu
nist leaders. ;
But they have, it seems to me,
abandoned sqmu very important
ethical considerst'ors and adopted
a stratge double-standard.
These are men who are totally
md smcerely anti-racketeer. They
tako the position that there should
bo no dealing with trie unaerwouu
elejncf.ts who have infested some
sections of the labor movement.
They are highly, critical, for
example, of the efforts of the
Teamsters to work out an alliance
with the racket ridden inde
pendent International Longshore
men's Union.'
S
MEETS WITH PRESS1 Victor
Riesel, Nftv York labcr Col Column's
umn's Column's v:iq was blinded after
a thug t mew acid' Into bis
face Awll 5, holds: his first
news conf-vtr.cs 6i S. ClnrCs
Hopsttal in New Yor since
the attack. Riesel's newspaper
column is bein continued un under
der under his riire.-tio.j witli the aid
of membsis.'jf his -staff.-
How these decent elements can
condemn dealing with racket
, dominated unions while openly
aeanng witn omciais of Commu
nist-controlled unions is somctliing
they'll have to explain. Fact is
that if it is wrong to deal with
the one, it is equally wrong to
aeai witn tne otner,

01

, .- vu kinfolks-. made poss b e careers'
from such business a-.TangemenU.fes'd m"d Their other

ine rariy xouuwcrk neve oeen
under ciders for the last two
vpar- in not KivV intn lin main,
years w get duu into the maintj
.i..ra i a. t v...
aevious u.meuvers or camoutmge.
ThU ctlumrt mu'-e than a vear
ago, revealed th-se .directives ..to

7iWtiS" and" warned of

Party rems insi.'e labor Tor Uie
dangers invo ved. .
We warned then thaf .there'
",3

leaders of loyal Atsmiem-teiJ'.11
unions and the Party wids !! f?TlKh

. i
contrcUf the pro-Contmie umou?.
We pointed out that if you wort
with' l.iem on Monday, they'll be
your p-iitners on Weduesday and
you'll work for them oj Friday.
The alarum apparently sell on
deaf f.irs. Bit by ost me comrades
managed to worm their way back.
Waiter Reuther's Autoinabile
Workers Union provided a haven1'
Wnrknrs I In inn rrm iIpiI a kimm'

far th ti-UBh nm.rnmrnipa in thS Sacrifice While her Uncle SUlTen-
K -LrX6 tri,nm,m Lk?,!dered a throne for "the woman I

old farm
Union
......
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j-ai oilman ana .us neaicniers Hollywood love has my-1 Everyone who has ever been in was in the. grand tradition, Su Su-id
id Su-id Butcher Workmen's Union' W?X "EruTS2.,lS -52 love knows the meaning of it. There I nrem devotion desoite extreme

and Butcher .Workmen's Union' i meSinw TTurms unV
gave a rcspecta.lc home to thai" almeeaXPerie nc and mdividual!
nlrt PiirrierQ Union whnca farm.i versai experience auu uiuiviuuai

president, Ben Gold, was a mem-:
Der 01 me JNauonai executive
Committee, pf the Communist
Party.":' ':- -.)',
The Machinists Union, headed
by the crusading Al Hayes, took
in chunks of the notorious United
Ctiecincai' workers union iCL;.
the biggest and richest center of,
v- A I Itr 1 T ya-Tnv
pro-Commie labort power. They
i.ave absorbed many former UE
locals in Kansas, Iowa and Mis
souri. Ml '.,i

h Jim raJS. U linnoVws mad love. You explain patient-l
LJy mSESJ1. uU lr to him that he dW knowl

?Iy "L641 Uf.JliE

hlS. .Tn,ni5"ipts o read or songs to sing.",

is talk that some of the former
pro-Commie officers will be hired
as organizers
Behnd the move by the com
rades to sneak back into the
AFL-CIO Is more than a desire!

to get closer to the masses of j That the pro-Commies are sue- Helen Hayes is one of the ex ex-American
American ex-American workers' from whom, ceeding in their latest maneuver ceptions who managed to share a
they have' been isolated .since with the help of the very elements successful career with an endur-

their expulsion from CIO.
Primary purpose is to stymie
government efforts to prosecute
Communist unionists for violations!

oLlhe-Subversive- Activities, onijnab unions,Why do they. continue

troi Act.- under inai law, any
union affiliated with the mjaor,

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i i'
One. even a criminal, cah come'
hnm ttnt fi IUa ibI tak na nl
the dOgS make a BDUriOUS fUSS UVtf.
v v ua vi yw
him in hope of discovering!
and nothing4s too good for the
nuviii u. uiu uuuco
King in ms casue.
&o it was, battle-weary, scarred
and fiy-biUen, the bwana- came
home Irom Africa and was pre
sented witn Dreaiuast in pea.
Breakfast in bed always had
been something that you saw in
the movies or had in a hospital
The movie version looked better.
There was always some languid
aou surrounded by bon-oons ana
scentea letters. Witn a' white
French phone close at hand, and
who had only to push tne .button
that brnusnt the nreanfast witn a I
flurry-the witcr walking ; back-
waras so as not w notice mat ue
blonde was half in and half out
of her frilly peignoir. : v,.;";
.There always was enougn enow
to keep both Toots Sbor and Jackie
Gleason fed, witn tne : letiovers
sufficient to assuage a momentary
pang of Herman Hickman. Break-:
fast in bed always came with silver-covers
on the dishes, with the
morning paper neatly folded and
THE MANY-SPLENDORED
THING
a J 1 M.A-.MtmSfM
.,.ii,i,mni .nniictol n in
VSSntS k J
augrating the human race, rreua.i
Kine f nlho Brintist have
j:" j;c;,;r ...
bon ltnout discovering its es-
S.,?.;"
.!VZJ
- """: 'r.iT::,' rVh'
has a quality of rich
which is transmitted
iumwi.
n58"Ji
to everything it touches. Man. the
i Moreover love is as siraneB auu
Jt
i a 1 1
of nature. And for eacM lover
the emotion has a unique benedie
tion. It is, in many ways, the
source of our greatest strength.
A natural miracle which is as
bright and warm as the sun.
n.:...i 'r. .i.... ..if
""" luaigain vuvn

Walter Wincliell I

In palaces or 2x4'nert'

..Dirtments. on Main Street. Broad-I
participation. In Hollywood the er-
alted passion often Decomes mwk-
ish or commercial. Love is good
box-office, folks. And the dreamy
public images often have ano roots
in reality.
Joan Crawford has exposed a
. .... v
i"-,.. .. Jl-
S?' .A'K
I of Movieville's Dream Girls: -"As
most actresses will tell you, you
meet someone casually at a party
and he starts phoning you long
distal ever? atdlloi
I ...... HnJ kn.. kA j
with someTe he Sm know?
anti Communist labor federations
is presumed prima facie to be
non subversive even though im
portant locals may be headed by
known Commies.
who drove them into isolation
is one oi tne strange twists of
laoor history.
These men resist dealing with
w -aeai wim pro ooviei unions,)
Why the double-standard?
r

Behind the Front

Breakfast In -Bed
i ... in
By BOB RUARK

a mpsltv ninndv Mrv nrvi left
U J I i it it.: fi
iiaiiucnA' uj mo, uuii'iuuiviiiix waller.
It'l k lie-a riirtv nnrnmnnint.
inspired lie contrived to gnaw at
U1C YCI V fWJlS 01 ClplUlllSnik
Breakfast in bed haDcens like
this: There is a carpenter some somewhere
where somewhere around hammering his head
off in order to wake you before
dawn. Then the one functional
slave being awakened by t h e
noise, suners a nangover irom last
night's rumba and can't think of
what to do with her time.
Obviously,, she can't bear to be
alone and wants to make some somebody,
body, somebody, else suffer with her. So she
cooks up treat and figures that
if she whistles loud enough, stum stumbles
bles stumbles and spills the tray, she is off
In i nul (tart- far th Aav,
ko she barges, into the troom just
as 'you've gone back to sleeo and
hits you soundly ever the, paunch
with the tray. You wake up in a
J u n g 1 e of disagreeable eggs,
moody oranges and assorted crock crockery
ery crockery which you must balance by
keeping your legs stretched
straight out in front of you.-
As for an autopsy, by the time
the B-ln.B has reached you. the
corn flakes are sodden, the soft-
I Curiously, the movie bewitchers
who make millions the slaves of.
I sensuality: often have difficulty in
Urinnintv IKa An1iii-in(y Invak a aha
man. iove lanaea va uaraner on
a psychiatrists couch and drove
uerN. into exile It afflicted Rita
Hayworth with daily weeping jags.
Ironically, Ingrid Bergman discov discovered
ered discovered love and became a victim of
heartbreak as a consequence of
public abuse. It caused her to cry
out: "Why do people think I'm so
pure and noble?. Everyone has
shades of good and bad in 'them
nd I'm human.'' : v . ;
The human element is. supreme,
of course. And the inevitable hu-
man ltviftArfnAf innt iTmiAnflv.
Muwvuvmvufl uuquuj
in direct conflict with love Where
were iS passion tlicre is pride
and there are times when they
are difficult to- reconcile, v- .Joe
DiMaggio wisely refused to dis dispense
pense dispense with his identity and dignity
by accepting a lesser role in Mari Marilyn's
lyn's Marilyn's career. She exchanged love

'for ambition.' Whether nr not this'herans th monoeram wax verv

..V. I U T. -l
" 8tu uVjinruorii u
discover by peering deep into .her
I
r -'''''-'fr' 1
ows the meaning of it. There
no real authorities on the sub-
. . . .....
""wever. viosesi w an aum-
Y"X 1 w
is Marlene Dietrich. She has pro-

claimed: "No one is born withlman. There, were headlines and
pride, but born with love we arc.' heartbreak.- But Fannv carried

And if you give it, blessings will
be yours and loneliness will never
a.j ; ..... it 1.1
w your roommate. A woman Isn't
Wall I anAitnh anilinnail ta SVa alnmai
well enough equipped to be alone.
Her richness is the resonnance
which she can give her man like
no one else on earth the reson
ance man needs to feel his power,
"WS nd "hievement to the
Marlene's contention is non-con-
W!!!
ucauca auu xitiu ki-
same way. Nothing
is as democrati
democratic as a kiss or. a
heartache. And substitutes for love
whether it is called "Career" or
"Duty" represent the ultimate
In folly. There is no substitute for
love any more than there is a
I substitute for life. Love is Life.

line marriage. Shortly after they.tion: "Men always want to be

were wed Charles Mac Arthur!
'warned Helen: "You'll have more
downs than uos. But you'll
like
tha hps.''
,..
Broadway minstrels often

MIA Strvlu, IrC.

futile t. iv'
. ... ....
toast is reduced to multiple-crumb.)
ine mau they make so much
of consists of bills and insulting
letters from editors. The newspa
per is yesterday afternoon s. You
nave to fight the orange with a
dull knife and you get marmalade
all over the bed covers. You find
yourself landslid under shards of
eggshell..
. If you scratch away the bread
crumbs,' you capsize the coffee,
and once you're under that, there
is no way to get out except by
exposing your helplessness to the
slave, who will promptly spill on
you what's left of the debris.
If this Is luxury, I will go back
to Herman's, the one-armed joint,
or if necessary, get up, dress, stum stumble
ble stumble downstairs and cook it my myself.
self. myself. It will be eaten sitting up at
a proper table after I've sent
Fido but foe the right paper.
In the meantime, a word to the
movies: If you Can't bring the
breakfast in bread I mean bed
bring mi the blonde. After all.
B.and-B can stand for a lot of
things, including brandy; benedic-
une ana Dionaes.

nMewYom

express love in terms of blue skim
and stars. A torrent of jingles is

echoed around the world. It may.WIt JVm.r

think Mr. Pearson Is
n1ntai.'itI?K8, UWe erroneous on that," John-iS.i!.!ri-?',,
repUed. 'The President has
wrZ V-JuSaJy "" m ftsv-Ums that
vi ; nunj inn.; I wished to see him on 24 hours'
kle of a piano in a saloon. .One .ntim

of Broadway's greatest love stor stories
ies stories was the Fanny Brice-Nicky
Arnstein saga'. In this case love
once again demonstrated its capri capricious
cious capricious quality. It struck like light lightning
ning lightning and the thunder endured al almost
most almost a lifetime.
Fanny used to tell friends that
she fell in love with seven tooth'
brushes in a bathroom. One of her
uivkkhi uutcu, wo duvvci
Dart? in ArnsUin'i hotel suite. 'I
hmirnAM wa at nnn
go in td powder my nose Fanny
said, ,'and I look and see he's got
seven toothbrushes. Seven! Hang
ing on the back of the door I see
a Scotch plaid robe and I aee his
pajamas with a monogram that
small on his pocket, bee, class,
.""I." 1Z7. 11
sraau. Doy, l .reauy gov uc on
him in there'." i v ;
- Tne Brlce-Arnstein love -; story:
adversity. Throughout their mar-
riage; Arnstein had difficulties with
the law. The show bis queen re
mained loyal to the gambler con-
. -i. i i .1.
love lice a nanner mruugu uib
storms. This was the glory -and
absurdity of love tne heart s con-
quest of logic. .When be was
sentenced to Leavenworth Fanny
wryly remarked to Will Rogers:
"I'm happy because I know where
he's spending his nights."
Love is Romeo and Juliet Grace-
and His Serene Highness, Debbie
and Eddie as well as Joe ana Mrs
Doakes. Love is the profound elo
quence of classic romantic verse
and the ballads of Cole Porter,
Irving Berlin and Rodgera and
Hammerstein. Love is John Bar Barry
ry Barry more's despairing defini definition:
tion: definition: "The doorway to Heaven and
the entrance to Hell" and Ben
Htcht's description: "Love is a
semi-theatrical relation, full of ar
tificial plots and the fascinating
orchestration of suspense" . .It
is Oscar Wilde's realistic conten-
woman s first love. Women like to
be mans last romance" .It is
Dorothv Parker's cynical verse
''By the-time yoavewear,- you're
(Continued on rage THREE)

i I

WASHINGTON It's been nine! both the N.Y. Times and the rec rec-years
years rec-years sinct several million people ords of theState Department,
all over the U.S.A. from school-1 I met Mr. Johnston at a recep
children to businessmen to Junior tion one day after his Youtn Youtn-Chamber
Chamber Youtn-Chamber of Commerce to labor, Wants-To-Know statement and re-..
unions, sent the Friendship minded him of these dates. He
Train to Western Europe. I admitted I was correct and gave
That was in the dark days of me his private apology. Eisenhow Eisenhow-1947
1947 Eisenhow-1947 when 'France was torn wither did not see Johnston for four
riots and a railroad strike; when' months because, first, he was ill;
Communists struck the agriculture second, he was not then espe espe-al
al espe-al workers of Italy just as the cially interested in the Near East -crop
was ready for harvest; whenl U. E. Baughman, chief of the
sabotage squads were sent from Secret Service, Washington, D.C.
Moscow to wreck French trains;' I am sure you recall that I
and when 120 ships lay tied up at have praised it. Your men do a
Le Havre just one day before the fine job. However, I must confess
Friendship Train' arrived. ithat your turning of the case of
A lot has happened in the nine Murray Chotiner s client, the Na
years since then. But this week tional Research Co., over to the
in France the partial contribution FBI and the Better Business Bu Bu-of
of Bu-of the Friendship Train culminat- reau continues, to strike me as -ed
with the dedication of the unusual. I cant help but remem-French-American
. hospital near ber how many times your own
Saint-Lof This, the scene of the men have tola me how they re re-most
most re-most devastating battle of the sen ted the intrusion of the FBI ?
Normandy invasion, where Gen,' in their work. Incidentally, Cho-
Omar Bradley finally broke tiner's client is still mailing out'
through the German hedgerows, checks marked "Claims Oif ice'g
was picked by Americans to build bearing a spread eagle somewhat
a hospital as one small contribu- similar to tne seal of the United -tion
toward reconstructing the ter-' States, the whole thing being made 5
nble damage of 1944. ; V, to appear like a U.S. government :
" ti ,.nUoi Jl 4i- check. The latest I have seen
in hiiS unit8 pJnS U.mS w maUed to Esta Inei Harper o!
tSinSVn Vlce, Calif dated April 30, de-
Stforn?Fue,tI'e Commission.

money paid when the Communist
set fire to a Paris warehouse con
taining some of the friendship
tooa.,

Calir McCollough, president of "Wisconsin-; s lac. n g Ke-
the WGAL1 radi(?TV Stations S P1'"" ; r.eJ1t'0on tv. hu
Lancaster 'Pa. who did such tl"J,,tM!J,,
arwvi inh in mslin. th. cion.Kin i couraged venerable Senator

Train a success, patriotically flew
to trance as a good-will ambassa
dor for the dedication. -
NIXON'S PLACE
Lovely, lively Mrs. Myron Co-
wan, whose husband did such a
good job as U.S. ambassador to.

tne PuUippines and Belgium, was : m uoieman, me wr oi
chatting at a cocktaU party with Wisconsm and ; anothei
Ned Foote, the ambitious Justice !? fncn1'ha.l tn T.
Department official who aspires' 'n8 Wueyt so, tat1heu"B 1
to head up the antitrust division. e Jcauht l ,l. BasU -White.
Mrs. Coaan remarked on the fact 1?; "J?w ming for Congress in' j
that 80 to 90 per cent of the press Nrth Carolina, the same state s i
in the United States was strongly attorney who shared I ownership o(
for Eisenhower. i- Myrtle .Beach, S.C,i --summer ;
"What about the Washington "tUge for ; a time with Police
Post and Times Herald?" asked ch,ef LitUejohn of Charlotte. Whea 1
Foote. I Charlotte grand jury moved to
"It supported Eisenhower re-' mdict LitUejohn,, Whiteford. de.i i
minded Mrs. Cowan. i spite his personal conflict of in-
: "But what, about those Herb-1 terest blocked the indictment . ''
inrk rartnnna in th pnt!." arJ Opponents of Congressman Thur- ;

gued Foote "They're terrible. He's:mond Chathatf have quoted this
a Communist. He ought to be column as saying he had a bad
suppressed." i absentee record. They tailed to
"Nothing could be' further from' Pint out that my statement per per-the
the per-the truth' replied Mrs. CowanJtained to 1949-In years Ch

"Mr, Block has won all sorts of
prizes. It a easy to call eomtone
a Communist, but Herb ) Block is
(ftrtainiy .ot 1ft that category."
. "Why, lie even drew a cartoon
of Vice President Nixon," remon remonstrated
strated remonstrated Foote, "coming up from a
sewer." -' :' -:.
"That.'s said Mrs. Cowan, "is
exactly where he belongs.",
' MAILBAG
. B. Williamson, Bellflower.
Calif.' The question asked on
"Youth Wants To Know" of Eric
Johnston, special Eisenhower am ambassador
bassador ambassador to the Near East, was as
follows:
"Mr. Johnstone," last week our
guest was Drew Pearson, and Ke
mentioned that it took you almost
four months to see President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower when you got back from
your Near East observation last
year. Why did it take you lour
The fact Is, however, that John
ston returned to Washington from
Palestine and Egypt on Oct. 21,
1955. He did not see Eisenhower
until Feb. 15, which was just be before
fore before Johnstone departed for Ja
pan. These dates are confirmed in
President's Wife
ACKOSS
1 Wife of 14th
S Wine vessels
4 Small horses
8 Female saint
U.S. president,
(ab.)
Jane
, Appleton
Pierce
Threefold v
(comb, form)
3?iM! Chest rattle
. S Eternity (ab.)
"2eup5i lOEssential i
11 Plays host to being TT
14 Put on the laremmme
,5i appellation
1$ Bridal paths tSMarhi.
lanun
1 Electrical unit
17 Novel
IS Withered :
10 Demi -22
Her father
was Rev.
A; Appleton
28 Rosters
iu i nea
11 Expire
22 Jolt
23 River in
Germany
24 Farm building41
31 Redacts
32 Tremulous
33 Rent anew
34 Carpenter's
Implement
35 German coin
36 Feel
37 Go by motor
41 Royal Italian
family name
45- other
children died
in infancy
48 Mohammedan
magistrate
50 Frightened
52 Looked fixedly
54 Pertaining to
the nostrils
53 Bridge holding
58 Short jackets
57 Writing tables
DOWN
1 Light fog
, 2 Inner (comb.
ljjtorm)

Que WASIIIGTO;
r.lERRY-Gb-Rou;:D
I, DREW PEARSOM.

POLITICAL-GO BOUND
Conscientious Sen. Alex.. Wiley
Georee of Georgia namedly. his
votes for foreign aid. Wiley has
opposition : from ex-Congressman:
Charley Kersten, a fellow Repub-'
lican and old friend of .MCCar
thy's; also from Mark Catlin,
another McCarthyite because
.has gone along with the
Ike dmmistration on foreign aid
inam nas uetn a vo'iscieuuous,
hard-working congressman, with
courage. ,-
-v
A WINNER Sandra Walton, a j -native
of .San Rafael, Calif, i
has been chosen ? American
Homemaker of Tomorrow. Inf
addition to the title and a S5,00d
scholarship provided by Gen-f x
eral Mills, winner Sandra gets.; ;
warm Congrats from last year's.;
Homemaker, Delons Arnette of
II. j.
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Answer to Today's Puxils 'J
25 Swedish
weight'
2? Small island
28 Bridie
42 Begone!
43 Edible -
rootstock
44 Ireland" - s
46 Walking stick
47 Brazilian..
macaws
48 Pack of cards I
49 Roman date
20 Number (pi.)
so uirk.
38 Was borne
JJ Preposition
40 Sleeveless
garment
51 Abstract being)
Domestic slave 53 Scatter, as hay

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MRS. HELEN T. PEDDRICK, George Holcroff and Maurice A. Tewinkel receive Award Cer Certificates
tificates Certificates and checks for $115 each from Col. Robert R. Robertson, director, Inter American
Geodetic Survey, for their studies to simplify LAGS procedures which resulted In the elimi elimination
nation elimination of duplicate copies of microfilm prints of IAGS survey data, whereby savings of ap approximately
proximately approximately $25,000 annually will be realized W the U.8.. Government. Mrs. Peddrick, Hoi Hoi-croft
croft Hoi-croft and Tewinkel collaborated and worked as a team to arrive at the time-saving solution
to the problem. This is the first time that an award has been made within USARCARIB
for a-group contribution. The significance of their outstanding effort and thinking will
serve as an inspiration to all, other employes )f USARCARIB to improve conditions.
; - (U.S. Army Photo)

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FIVE CIVILIAN EMPLOYES of thet Quartermaster Section receive cash awards and certl-
ficates for adopted suggestions from Col. W.'R. Seymour, USARCARIB Quartermaster. They
are from left to right: Janet Childress, Harold Ellis, Mary Engelke, Eric Andrews and Santia-.
eo Martinez.; During-the past four months, the Quartermaster Section has increased Its par participation
ticipation participation in the Suggestioa Program over 100, and during the month of April led all par- s
tlclpating .organizations. W (U.S. Army Photo)

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NEARLY 35 HOURS of truth was purchased here by civilians
. of the Canal Zone and personnel of the Armed Forces during
the recent Crusade for Freedom drive. That reprsents, in casn,
narly $4500. Of that total. Army men contributed nearly $3300.
The annual drive ended this week. Maj. Gen, Lionel C- McGarr
(right) here presents Leonard L. Brockman, chairman of the
; ( Crusade for Feredora, the check from the Army.. v
, ; (VS. Army Photo)

andifs Ilabted

After Bank Holdup

PESHTIGO, Wis., May 22
(UP) Two men, shooting
wildly, robbed the Peshtl-o Na National
tional National Bank of about $1,000 yes yesterday
terday yesterday and wounded a woman
teller. They were captured after
a half -hour gun battle In a
swamp area.
' About 100 officers trapped the
two men" on an island in the
Peshtigo River, which passes
through a nearby swamp area,

about three hours after the rob robbery.
bery. robbery. One of the bandits ; was

wounded, but none of the offi officers
cers officers was hurt.
The bandits, both carrying
guns and wearing dark glasses,
fled the bank in a car. They a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned it about fiv miles

from Peshtigo on a country road

and took off on foot. Officers

trailed them through the wood

ed, marshy, swampy area to the

island. :..

Authorities said they found a

box of money in the same gen
eral area.

The -wounded teller. Mrs.

Yvonne M. Sielaff, was shot in
the jaw and taken to a hospital
Her husband, Robert, said he
offered no resistance bu$ the

bandits began iinng inrousn

the teller caee without reason

? "They got scared and ran aft

er they hit my wue," ne saw.

"They ; probably wo-ild have

stayed and taken more if they

hadn't panicked.

Crisis In Singapore Looms As
Independence Talks Break Off

Army Installation
Contract Awarded

To Electric Co.

Walter Winckell
. (Continued from Pace X

WELL, GOOD I
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.MUl
Harry K. Briggs has identic!
draft board and Social Securil

his, shivering and sighing and be pum
vows his passion' is infinite, un-
Hvintf T.&1w mttlr nnt. n, f i w m il ft, Ainf mihi.V i

Engineer, USARCARIB, recently. One of you is bine" . Jt ii what makes the world 10 Youa

LONDON. My 22 (UP) The' foe of "colonialism,1' on his wayl

next few days may tell whetiierrback borne. It is lust possible that

Great Britain is going to face a' Nehru will give aim some sooth-

new crisis in Singapore. ling advice.

Independence negotiations for it Marshall carries, out nis

the crown colony broke down : in threat to resign, the way would be
London last week. lopen for an election in which Lee

David Marshall, Singapore s. woum use over.

chief minister and leader of the That would bring a danger danger-delegation
delegation danger-delegation which went to London out swing toward comrtiunim.
to negotiate, has started for home. Nohrw U frwndly toward Com

He left benind mm a wase iu muniir v-nini mm ovmi kussi.
angry statements predicting dire But ho dotsn't want Communists
devplomnents because the British to got control of Singapore or

. a- Lie' ..- .At... 1 LI. I

xuveruuicm . wnTT wr Ui.h ttt m.n

He says he is going to resignj. ,enra migm brmg a coollng-off -7- -frr; L'

hMi h. .rrives. This, he says period. .And .Marshall certaiiihir.r..T ""."" vauma

will open the way for the extrera-j needs cooling off. .. - s- I1" u"a

ists in Singapore 10 use over, i n w-iimj lawyer, wnose jew-.

Lee Kuan Yew, leader, of tne isn ancestors fled Spam centuries

left-wing People's Action ; Party, ago to avoid persecution, Marshall
represents the extremists of. is man of temperament. He. flies

uu iuc udnuie xrequenuy ana

makes statements which he later
regrets. He made demands which
no British government could ac accept,
cept, accept, especially the early control
of internal security.-" :
This security Marshall could
safeguard only with the 'aid of
British troops. But be wanted to
be able to decide just what con constituted
stituted constituted a secure situation in event

of an outbreak of violence..

announced uie award of contract Anna Magnani's long sigh, with that Pained Expression.

of 750 KVA converter and tssocuU1 old love tftair.

ed circuit revision at Fort Ama

dor, in the amount of $23,600.

The office also announced the
award of contracts to W. T. Cnffov

for interior painting of various

quarters at Fort Kobbe and Cumn.

du in the amount of $47,367. and tn

Aoinony uggiere lor painting va

rious quarters at r ort uayton, in

uie amouni 01
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a new public library.

Love, that many splendored

thing, was recently appraised by

Julian Huxley, the intellectual One
tiT a. J!

xaivc at 11s iiuicsi caa luciuaeii

an enormous range of emotions:
and sentiments. It can combine

humility with pride, passion with
peace, self-assertion with self-surrender:
it can reconcile violence

of feeling with tenderness; it can
sublimate sexual desire into joy

andt he realization of a fuller

life."

Love, as some. Cynic intoned

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whom there are many-

Lee was a member of Mar

shall's London negotiating team,
which included all elements in

Singapore politics.

Loo, on his return, may oroer
the leftist labor unions to staga
taries of riotous strikes. If that
happens, serious trouble will be
In prospect. 7 ?

But if Marshall -and Lee are

smart, they may decide to let the

situation settle down for a while

There are indication! that a basis

for new, negotiations could well be

lound. m ;

Marshall is going 10 visit prime

Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of In

dia, "neutralist" leader and arch-

Hews Phologrspfcsr
Gels CommendalioiT
For Losing Piclure

WHEELING. W. Va.; May 22-

(UP) News pnotograpner nusiy
Marshall had a commendation

from his boss today for missing

nirhire. . k

Marshall, veteran photographer)

reporter for the Wheeling inteiiM

gencer, was covering we reucm-

cation ef an historic suspension

bridge here Sunday when an auto automobile
mobile automobile bumped a three-year-old

girl. The accident occurred about

four feet from where Marshall

was standing with his camera,

"During many years as a news

paperman, i ve orten wonaerea

what I d do it 1 was Close enougn
to an accident to reach out and

touch the victim," Marshall said.

When the chance came. Mar

shall did not hesitate. He put bis

camera on the street, knelt down

and eased the girl Kathleen wy

cherley, from f under the car
vhmi her -lees 'were ninned be

neath the front wheels. Fortunate Fortunately,
ly, Fortunately, Kathleen war not seriously in-

lured and he handed ner to ner

parents who took her to a hospi-1

tal.

Marshall said nis first Instinct

was to "snap a picture out me
decision to let his work come

second "was easy.

"I have three children of

own," Marshall said.

my

Easter Duty Mass
t St Vincent's
'hr'aV'MomJnq

HsrieJ-lcDonald
Sued For Divorce

By Yeallhy Spouse

HOLLYWOOD,. May 22 (UP)

Harry KarL wealthy shoe manu

facturer, has filed for divorce

from Marie (The Body) McDonald

charging the former actress caus.

ed him grievous mental suffering.
The divorce action came less

than a week after Miss McDonald
charged Karl with striking her in
the abdomen. She tailed to con convince
vince convince either the district attorney
or the city attorney, however, that
battery complaints should be is issued
sued issued against Karl. i )
Karl filed for divorce in nearby
Santa Monica in the same court
where he and Miss McDonald
were divorced once before on Oct.
15, 1954, only to : be, remarried
last June 14 at Yuma, Ariz.
The shoeman called Miss Mc McDonald's
Donald's McDonald's report of the alleged
beating "a figment of the imagina imagination."
tion." imagination." Miss McDonald, who ex

pects a child in October, delcared
Karl left her black and blue with
his blows,' But he said he had nev never
er never struck anyone in his life, f
In addition to filing the divorce
complaint, attorney Leo Altshuler
obtained an order requiring Miss
McDonald to appear May 25 at a
hearing on Karl's request that he
be granted custody of their two a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted children, Denise and Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, both six. He delcared Miss

McDonald was suffering from a
"sustained, chronic and serious
illness" and it would be in the

best interests of the children if he

had custody.
Senate Votes

To Create New
'ridiah Tribe ;

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CWO-W-S ROBERT CECIL Mc Mc-.
. Mc-. DANIEL, U.8. Army, arrived
In the canal Zone recently for
duty at Headquarters, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command. McDaniel is
assigned as assistant staff
secretary of this headquarters.
Prior to receiving this present
assignment he was assistant
chief,; Civilian Compon e n t
Unit, officers section, Separa Separation
tion Separation Branch TAGO, Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Warrant Officer and Mrs.
McDaniel with their two sons,'
Stephen, 12, and Dwight, 6,
are living at Quarry Heights.
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Af Garden Party

WASHINGTON. Mav 22 fUPV-

The Senate voted yesterday cre create
ate create a new Indian tribe.

It decided unanimously that

some 4,000 Indians around Robe Robeson
son Robeson countv. N.C. shall be known

Members of the St. Vincent de officially as the Lumbee Indians.

Paul Commandery No. 251, j They claim to be descendants of
Knishts of St. John, and Ladies early English settlers and coastal

Auxiliary, no. 209, were bein? Indians,

urged today to prepare for their
annual Easter duty High Mass

at St Vincent de Paul's Church

on Sunday, at 6 a.m.

Some historical sacculation in

North Carolina links the Robeson
country Indians with Sir Walter
Raleigh's lost colony, the first
English settlement in North Amer America,
ica, America, which vaniihed in 1584.

The bill now goes back to the

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state had 449,000 cattle and 3771 Indians doesn't get them anything

747 persons. 'from the government.

WASHINGTON, May 22 (UP)-

rresident and Mrs. Eisenhower,

pausmg only once to sip a soft
drink, shook hands Ul times yes-

ieraay at men annual garden par

ty for. hospitalized veterans and
servicemen. -..- '.'v
The President and the' first lady
stood under a red and white cano canopy
py canopy for 45 minutes in summer heat
for the handshaking ceremonies.
The party was held on the south
lawn of the White House.
For their guests, the Eisenhow

ers provided chocolate and vanilla

ice cream, cookies and rakp a

pink fruit punch, coffee, and cigar-

eis. ". ....,...'.'.
Cabinet member anit t h t r

wives, wno in former years stood
in the reception line with the Ei

senhowers, circulated among the
crowd this year, pausing from
time to time to chat with a veter

an.1- :y ..

The first patient throueh the re.

ception line was Air Force MajJ
Oliver Reed of Middlenort. Pa.

one of the seven stretcher cases

who, for the first time, were invit invited
ed invited to the White House reception.
Mrs. Eisenhower, summery in a
powder blue embroidered linen
dress with matching hat, shoes
and gloves, chatted briefly with
each of the litter cases.

She and Navy enlisted man Rob

ert Marshall of Kalamazoo, Mich,
chatted; gaily about the weather.
It was a typical hot muggy Wash Washington
ington Washington day, with the temperatures!

incnuig into, uie high 70's.

The President waved to the sev

en- litter cases,- saying, "I hope
you'll all be better soon." .

The utter cases were followed bv

almost 100 veterans in w heel

chairs. v' l :V

One of the patients to ereet the

Eisenhowers was Mrs. H. E. Kit Kit-teredge
teredge Kit-teredge of Clinton. Md.. 77-vear-

old veteran of World War I, in
which she served as a translator
for Naval Intelligence.

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FT. MONMOUTH, New Jersey., tank, water currents ''replace

(UP) They're making minature
tornadoes and "fingerprinting"
. lightning here in a drive to aid
weather forecaster in getting the

Later, : ciDtisU of the Aroy
Signal Corps, Engkieering. labora laboratories
tories laboratories bope to 'map-atorra winds
by using luuminum "confetti" and
radar. .. ,, .,
These are' some of the tech technique
nique technique Army meteorologists are
employing in their cloud-physics
research aimed at curbing the
high tolls inflicted .annually by
tornadoes. ; v
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than 9.000 persons have been killed
and more than half, a billion dol dol-'
' dol-' lars' worth of property has been

wracKea in tne past 40 years by

tornadoes, which have been re-

Srted in every state. To combat
a problem 'the meteorologists

are pressing the; attack in three
dirortimiR.

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. lab-. oratory tank in which they have
broken a tornado into its basic
! element in order to spawn minia minia-:
: minia-: ture twisters.' -. .., .;
The scientists sir their "torna

do tank" experiment verify an

1887 tfieory of William FerreL

an early Signal Corps meteorolo

gist He believed that two separ-

- ate winds, an opdratt and a slow
! circulating current near the

ground, must tangle to spawn a
: tornado. By themselves, these two

types of wind are relatively harm-

j In the Fort Monmouth tank, a

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winds. Water sucked from the top
through a glass tube creates the
"updraft," while a slow rotating
current is developed underneath.

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er of the tank, said that when the
two current clash there i a ins insulation
ulation insulation of what happens in the bis
volume of air during a natural
dorm,--'-;:''
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attack on tornadoes is i plan to

cast a 30-mile line of aluminum
confetti, or chaff, in the path ot
a storm from- a research aircraft.
The chaff, used during World
War H to jam radar by causing
confusing image en' scopes, will
be used to trace wind v&ttem is
a storm.- The chaff clouds will be
tracked by ground and airborne
radars.:-, i ,;,,...,...:,...'

. The drop,, planned tor next

year's tornado season near uxia
boma City, i believed to be 'the
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will be tried in tornado research.

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signed designed to provide the key to an
early tornado alert and not to

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won. West lost it by his opening
lead. The bidding should have
steered him to the "killing" open opening
ing opening lead..

1 havA bo ouarrel with the dou

ble of three diamonds, although I

m0UV Mmm"n'ty slrKf, PrJdouble gav North the chanca: to
ecu as part of the Red C ros s snow hi control by bid of four

uray.xaay volunteer nurses ame, diamonds. In this situation, a play

The federal government ap-!
naalad tn tha Kiinrama Pnnrt tn-

day to stop Louisiana from try

ing to sctue tnt Udeund ou
controversy In a state court.
At.t.nrnav nanarnl M a r h arf 1

Brownell Jr. said the dispute1

snouia De seiuea onjy Dy tae

u.o. supreme court. i
I flt. Mrph 9d tha Snnrama

Court permitted the Justice De

partment to Hie a lawsuit to de-
cirta thai Una nf rlamarrstinn ha.

tween state and federal control

01 suomergea lands oil Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico.
Louisiana has been yriven un until
til until June 25 to reply to the gov government's
ernment's government's allegations. The case
will be argued when the court

reconvene next lau.

-Meantime, Louisiana moved In
a state court to stop federal

mile iff-xhnra limit ail nil rm'

' .... wa. v i

suurces -msiae tms une gie

ciiuiea oy tne state.

lis. staff aide. u nt vannnhia if

- - - r r iter 5HUUIU lfc l5fc v vuwuw.m --
motors producUon, ( tntertainment h h d support iot diamonds, and
and supply and social welfare aide he would fouP diamonds with

civivca. ...
In Junior Red Cross more than

21 million students are enrolled

ne mamharv and mfitiv ara Iparn

ing to put the ideals of Red Cross
to daily use in most of the service
programs. : -Thraush
the Leaime of Bed

Cross Societies ARC works with

the other 73 national societies in
development of Red Cross p r o o-cramt
cramt o-cramt throuehout world. In addi

tion to an extensive program of

aiu 10 victims ui war aim ui-

ters in other countries, the ARC
international program has arrang arranged
ed arranged for exchange qf technical ma materials
terials materials and of specialists and stu study
dy study visitors. ', .x i,-.;

mitiiun' auiivv v uiumv-i t.vb..

today outnumber the"- professional! request 01 tne Unaea iauou com-; ay i it T AL..

Stafff.14,700 Dy more inan.lW wimiuia, nv vuvrvuiiaicu u. QaSllal III lllllClfc
i or teams nruviuintf comiort aru- itfHiw W IV Hwiiv

anniversar celebratSoni cits-anu; weuare wtvices lor, ex-

cuant fii .pijsuuijf s- u ar.?.,
; ine Oioou program was lirst es es-tabubnea
tabubnea es-tabubnea in mx to provide blood
lor tne use ot armeu lorces. fur fur-mg
mg fur-mg wona: Vvar H Ahc collected
mure tnan.U,uoo,uuo pints ot biooa.

in mr sirauar dioou service was
set up to taw care of civilian

. rifflaial

for the entire,; organizatjon-, will
A.tr. i k- ID1, niinnol

iae piBtc at iu nv
convention in St. Louis June -4-6.
Presidents EUs worth Bunker
will present a certificate of ap
, preciation today to Or. Jose A.
, Mora, secretary general of the
. Organisation ol America
Mates, in .recognition of its sup support
port support of the humanitarian ideal of
alleviating suffering throughout
the world," Presentation will be
made at the Pan American U
nion building here. 1
RaBlnnina vastprdav and'COnU-

imiiia thrm.ohoiit the Tpmainder of

'4ha calendar year ARC national

- headquarters here will display two
historical exhibitions. One will be
thaa Yhihitinn nf the current ARC

services and programs others
; will feature articles concerning
lara Barton. Henri Dumant

fn.mriar nf the International Red

cross and the U.S. Sanitary Com
miesinn. Forerunner of ARC

Amnnff the interesting items in

cluded are one of Miss Barton's
dresses also Tier albums, Bible,
nariao nhntopraDhs and nersona-

Jized goblets, included will be an
"official "address of thanks' from
. the nobility of St. Petersburg for
assistance of American people dur during
ing during the Russian famime of 1892.
This aid to Russia which consist

ed mostly of carloads ot gram was;
the first foreign relief operation of
ARC. Throughout the summer, the
Library of Congress also will exhi exhibit
bit exhibit 75 manuscripts, photographs
and nietals connected with Clara
Bart'oa and Early ARC history history-Residents,
Residents, history-Residents, of Alaska will view a
Red Cross television s h o w. In
Rhode Island all ARC chapters
will hold open house and display
historical photographs, posters and
- costumes. 7" r:m-"r
First official operation of ARC
was a disaster Michigan forest
fires of 4881. Food, clothing and
t medical supplies for victims of
the disaster w e r purchased
( through contributions made by
ranches at Dansville, Roches Roches-i
i Roches-i ter and Syracuse. Lumber was
I also provided for rebuilding
' burned-out homes. '
that date ARC has nrovid-

' d relief assistance in more than
(,000 disasters in this country and

, has aiso given neip to auasier vic
:n mmv nihpr countries.

Most costly single relief operation
ik. nhin-MisKissiDDi alley

'MV wm.w WW-
flood in 1937. Red foss refugee
. camps cared for 155,000 families.
More than 3,500 nurses recruited
by ARC were on duty at first aid
iiinn iar in for mothers and

" babies and assisting in immuniza immuniza-;
; immuniza-; tion of flood victims against ty typhoid
phoid typhoid and other diseases.
irh. ictarn atatp flood la St

A IIC l-BUl."
Summer was the second constliest

disaster. More tnan iib.uw.uw w
anant tn brina emergency relief

and Inn? range help to 15,000 fam

iia and small businesses in six

Firc't wartime' activitV Of' ARC

ni.iu Hiirins the Snanish-A

na-imn war in 1898. The Red

1 Cross recruited and largely paid
nurses and sent workers to mdi mdi-tary
tary mdi-tary camps. Miss Barton personal personal-rly
rly personal-rly headed an ARC expedition to
Cuba carrying food, and hospital
...nnli.e i

Declaration Tonight

' The 113th anniversary of the
"decUration of the BabV will be

41 a ana ni vniri

West therefore knew that one of

opponents had no diamonds ana
thSt tha nthnK nnnnnent had the

ace. Close attention to the biddmgi

would tell west wmcn oppoiwui
was which, but this wasn't neces neces-it
it neces-it vin annush to know that

no diamond tricks were available.

Dummy's oiaamg suggesiwj -powerful
club suit and magnificent
hmhi Hpnct it was

clear from the bidding that .the

defenders would neea last Jitas

in spades and aiamonasi u
im.m that diamonds were hopeless,

he would be forced, to open, a

spade. -' '
What does South do against -an
opening spade lead? He must try

the spada finesse, ana je goes

dKnpays'to listen to the Vldding
and think hard before fou .make
yyufopenmg lead.- i i
T'j.Mont. nnaralnrs drill 77

per cent of the U w?" that open

new lieras. .

set up u iaa care oi civuiau r
.. n,. i. ....'nhsarvpfi hv Baha'is dt Panama Ci-

neeu. louay ,ri aIV.-.T at tha Ra.

D.S. oepena upon iteo cross poa y,- Firtstraet rT Car.

L-tinein tor suine or ail ot tneir

supplies of wnoie biooa and biood
utjiivauves. m iu5u at the request

of the Department ot Ueiense KC
began shipments of blood to Ko

rea. : ,. :

Nurses recruited by ARC serv served
ed served American armeu forces in
four wars. A public health nurs nursing
ing nursing service was initmtea by the
Ked Cross in 1912 and was later
turned over to federal, state and
local governments. Today an av average
erage average of 7,(HM ARC nurses a
month serve as volunteer teach teachers
ers teachers of home nursing and help in
clinics and I a t r community
. health projects.v--;
Red I'.rnss alsa Dioneered in first

aid and water safety instruction.

hai Center, 54 First Street, El Car

men, tonignt at a p.m.
Mrs. Jean Beresf and Esteban
Canales will give short talks on
the significance of the observance.
Tha nnhlip is invited to ioin Ba-

ha'is in this religious celebration,

which wm De louowea oy so social
cial social hour. : i ,i
The "Bab" (Gate) is consider considered
ed considered by Baha'is as the forerunner

ot tne lounaer oi lue oaaa i norm
Faith. At the age of 25 he made
the startling announcement that be
was the Gate through whom a ma ma-nifesation
nifesation ma-nifesation greater than himself
was to follow. Thus the Bab's mes mes-aop
aop mes-aop inanmrated a new oeriod in

human history, a period in which

the brothernooa oi man wouia oe

realized through tne inuuence ot a

Last year it issued eso.ooo certm-i t d mighty prophet
cates to persons who completed. 81

courses in first aia ana l.ow.uuo
for completion of water safety
courses. In 1955 there were more
than 50,000 Red Cross waster safe

ty instructors in the country.

All over the nation trained volun- ironing

RIGHTLY SO

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Mrs. Mary Labossiere, 100,. still
takes pride in doing her own

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S. Rosentiel,. chairman ot the
beard of Schenley Industries,"
Inc., has donated one million
dollars to Brandels University.
The grant establishes the Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Hv Rosentiel New Science
Research Center at Brandeis in
Waltham, Mass. The' Center
will be for research, in gland,
disorders.

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DR. C I FABREGA, D.D.S.
DR. H AVILA JR, M.D.,
ThreH 4th at J) Ara, JM
vmm,UL i-jell rma
RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE
; jm JUDGE
Phone Panama MM
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S.A.
ri r Umm
racnaia hiitw. -Phonos
2-2451 2-2562.
Leam Riding a
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL SCHOOL-Riding
Riding SCHOOL-Riding Jnnipint Vif
' "WK will leneve TB"
FOOT-TROUBLK
ctons, callous, nail
.CHIROPODIST
(Dr. Scholia mined)
ORTEPEDIA NACIONaL
tad: a step toward
'NEW BKAVXl
YMCA BEAUTY SALON
yELMA DAKNUX, mar.
U, S. rersonnei uiuj
I Z-3bn oaiDoa

1 Gblimala (lamps

On Gornian Imports
GUATEMALA CITY, May 22'
UP) A total embargo on im im-porta
porta im-porta from Germany" waskdamped
. tn yesterday by the; government,
effective. June U s
I 'The action was understood relia relia-i
i relia-i Uy to be in reprisal for a German
boycott of Guatemalan toffee.
t;
Acting on the authority confeer-
d- by a decree issued during
urrii War TI thn Finance Minis-

ter ordered all Guatemalan Con-
juls in Germany as well as cus

toms officials in tnis country do
bar German goods. Any shipments
arriving in Guatemala despite the
imbargo are to be seized.1
f Although Guatemala has yet to
i lign a peace treaty with Germany,
f Imports from that tountry had
thown a marked increase. Recent Recent-"
" Recent-" (y, the German company Siem Siem-"
" Siem-" nens was awarded a contract to
mpply 20,000 telephone apparatus.
ta to Guatemala. The final papers
lave not been signed, however, be be-i.uia
i.uia be-i.uia nf th situation brought a-

kAHt fiv tha German bovcot of
Guatemala coffee.
i There are about 3,500 coffee
reans, all picked by hand, in one
tound of roasted coffee.
--Norway had 204 newspapers In
:t055 of which 95 were dailies.
WANTED
Experienced Salesman
for Canal Zone.
Kerosene and-Gas-Stoves
Radios and Television
i -nivurlps Folding CotS
Execellent commission
Phone 2-3213.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA

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' UUt, iUTVSSI ASSOCIATES
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kneo rtductarto 41S
iakmlgon M
ameoto Panama ....... W
trrecarla Nadonal .... SO
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tayoa ................. 41 :
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uentat Comerdalai ,. v
Pref. with Com. 134
'wtUadora Kadonal .J l4
Inandere Istmena
Pre! with Com. ..... M 40
amai. S. A.
ret with Com. .... ; 126
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uarza y Lux Com.'... JO
' btdaa Intanmcrteanoi. 14 :
cneral da Sefuroa .... SS ., . .1
inamefia da Aeeltei ... 0
namefia da Plbiaa ... 10
inamefta da Seguroa tl
inamefia df Tabaco ";. lt 11 11
eatro Bellavlata T5S
ratro Central 8WI
(Commercial Notlcei

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Bad andi 1.00, bu bu-raaut
raaut bu-raaut 14.50, ipriaat 12.50, aoa aoa-fcle
fcle aoa-fcle bads completa 29.00, ,ma
hogany dining tabla, 4 chairs
'19.00, wardrobat 25.00. Othar
bargain new and used furni furniture.
ture. furniture. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE,
41 Ante Row. Call 3-4911.
fOR SALE. Like new, baby car
aeat, baby bigh chair-table type,
Taylor Tat baby itrolbr, 60-cycla
HoOTar Apt. tin washing ma machine
chine machine aaw, used only twice. Call
Albrook 86-6202.
fOR SALEFrigidaira electric
atove, 30-inch even, 4 burners,
automatic timer. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Call 3-1578 after noon.
FOR SALE: Mast tell, leaving.
Four burner gat range, Frigidaira,
vary good condition. 43rd St 1 1
133 Bella Vitta between 6-8
p.m.
FOR SALE: 1 refinished baby
bed, orthopedic mattress, 1 new
ironing vboard, miscellaneous
kitchen utensils. Apt, 5, Bldg.
63, 4th July Ava., R. P.
FOR SALE: 7-piece living room
tat, 60-cycla rafrigerater, gat
stove almost new, 2 dining room
chain, 2 small porcelain tablet,
I wooden desk, 3 -piece wicker
furniture, 1 metal chest ef draw drawer,
er, drawer, miscellaneous household
goods. Call Balboa 2-1597 ar
Panama 3-6183.
FOR SALE: 2 small rugt, 2
Easy chairs, 1 Q.M, rocker chair,
4 Q.M. mahogany chain, Q.M.
dining table, 2 Q.M. night tablet,
Q.M, tingle bed with cotton mat mattress
tress mattress complete, tpring matrass
for tingle bed (new), tire
67015 almost new. 570-C Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu Htt, Tuesday and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: General Electric
Monitor refrigerator, '25-cycle.
-Reasonable. Balboa 6393
FOR: SALE: Bedroom and liv living,
ing, living, room set in good condition,
made by Cowes. Good price! 51st
St. No. 44. Phena B-4933. V
FOR SALE: Refrigerator and
Washer 25-cycle, sofa, chair,
crta Mise. items. Balboa 2-2696,.
-FOR SALE: Leaving the isth
' mus Small metal stand; semi semi-.
. semi-. automatic -washing : machine;
' new, portable wash tub (gorca (gorca-'
' (gorca-' lain); G.E, electric refrigerator 8
cu. ft.; 2 overstuffed chain;
. Lionel electric train, transformer
' and track; metal kitchen tabla
and 4 chain; portable tewing
machine with desk and drawan;
G.E. 16" fan; folding bed and
mattress; folding chair; ate. Mr.
- Ervin, No. 4 E. A. Morales St.,
El Cangrejo. Tel. 3-4179;
FOR SALE: Two single mat mattresses,
tresses, mattresses, $10.00 aa.; Jensen fold folding
ing folding horn enclosure cabinet with
University 6201 speaker, $50. $50.-.00;
.00; $50.-.00; Record changer 3 -speed
Milwaukee 25-cycle. $15.00;
radio power transformer 1 35
Mil. amp. 60-cycla, $10.00;
Turner microphone ,$10.00.
House 6452-B Let Rioi. Phone
4217 Balboa.
FOR SALE. Table and 4 chair,
- $50.00 refrigerator Quickfrex,
$125.00; vanity and stool,
' $50.00; bed complete, $40.00;
Kcorera, $45.00; lamp stable,
$6.00. Call Amador 82-5225.
Bldg. between Baxaar America America-tie
tie America-tie and Railroad Station Bldg.
No. 6, room No. 5 upstairs.
OUT OF SEASON
WHITEHALL, Mich. (UP)
iteson owner ,c. A, Svensson is
making plans for his annual
Fourth of July "Winter Party.
Svensson has 200 snowballs and a
snow man in his deep freeze. He
will give the snowballs to his
guests on July 4 and treat them
to a party featuring Santa, sleigh
bells and jingle-bell music.
T CHOICE 4
LOTS for
SIS'. SALE
oil
"Ave. Eloy Mliaro 15-159

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FOR SALE
AatomobOes

FOR SALE-1954 Chevrolet
Sedan, Excellent condition, paint
like new, new tires. Owner liv living,
ing, living, must tell. Tel. Balboa 3280.
FOR SALE: V-8 Ford Victoria
Tudor, '51, fordomatie. with ra radio,
dio, radio, new W-W tires, only $30, $30,-000
000 $30,-000 miles, $850.00. ToL Al Albrook
brook Albrook 2197.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford V-8
ton panel. Good condition.
Duty paid. Passed C.Z. inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. $575.00 cash No lower.
Tel. Pan. 3-4982, 8:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. V
FOR SALE: Wlily't Station
wagon, 6 cyl '52 overdrive, on only
ly only 30,000 miles. Tel. Albrook
2197. $875.00.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Main Mainline.
line. Mainline. Radio, directional tignat,
windshield visor, new tiret, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, by original
owner. Must tell $1100.00. 87 87-3205
3205 87-3205 er 87-7135 Clayton, CpU
La Grand.
FOR SALE: 1951 Singer Sport
Roadster. Excellent condition.
82-14 6th St., 3-3262 Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Deluxe 4-door tedan, 4 new
tiret, very good condition. Priced
for quick tale. Call 3-1537 Mar Mar-garita.
garita. Mar-garita. FRO SAL ti 1950 Cadillac 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan, Excellent condition.
Leaving for tha States. Phoney
3-5554, Panama.

Bill In US Senate Aimed At Curbing
Veterans Preference, FEVA Reports

Veterans Iri the employ of the
U.S. government are due for a
hard joit if the legislation is pas passed
sed passed which has been introduced in
the Senate by Republican Senators
Frank Carlson, Joseph McCarthy
and William r. Lancers, accord
ing to J. Pyrczak, post command
er of the Federal Employes Veter.
ans Association Post No. 17.
The legislation is to-modify Sec-
UUU UA UIQ YClCjaUS ICICi'
ence Act in an effort to give non non-veterans
veterans non-veterans better retention opportu opportunities.
nities. opportunities. Mrs. Church in the House of Re
presentatives haa also introduced
legislation that would mead a sharp
curtailment of preference under
Section 12 of Public Law 359.
The national organization of the
FEVA has requested open hearings
for all bills that have been introduc introduced,
ed, introduced, and will submit briefs and
have their national officers per personally
sonally personally appear before the Post Of
fice and Civil Service Committees.
RELEASE
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MISCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON, CX
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Radia equipment
all in excellent condition. Na Nation!
tion! Nation! radio NC-125 Hallicrafter.
Revere tape recorder, 2 record
playen. Call Balboa 2-1597 or
Panama 3-6183. 1
FOR SALE. Adam Schaaf up upright
right upright piano, excellent condition.
Reasonable. Call Balboa 6393.
FOR SALE. MANIFAGA S. A.,
often for tale to the highest bid bidder,
der, bidder, ail tha buildings and build building
ing building materials located in Juan
Franca race track, known at Hi Hi-podrome
podrome Hi-podrome Nacional. Tha speci specifications
fications specifications for the bid may ba ob obtained,
tained, obtained, free af charge, after May
22nd at tha Pan American Life
Insurance Co. in Central Ave.
No. 31. -'
FOR SALE: Piano Cabinet
Grand, Stone Norga, good con condition,
dition, condition, bargain price. Phone
1158 Colon.
for; SALE
Boats & Motors
15' outboard fishing beat with
er without trailer. Completely
equipped. Balboa 6347..;
FOR SALE : 1 955 Elgin out out-board
board out-board motor 7 h.p., $137.00.
Never been used. Call 85-4189.
The bills as they are presently
written would junk ; the meaning
and intent of veterans Preference
and cause mass layoffs of veter.
ans in a great many government
agencies it the bills were enacted
into law, Pyrczak said; c j
The FEVA's National Office has
also pointed out that there hasnt
been a single bill introduced to
either strengthen or aid Veterans
Preference in this session of Con Congress,;.
gress,;. Congress,;. Agreement To Buf
Soviet Equipment:
Siqried By India
NEW DELHI, India, May 22 -(UP)
India and Russia yester yesterday
day yesterday signed an agreement calling
for, Indian purchase of about lVt
million dollars worth of Soviet oil
drilling equipment.
WEDNESDAY
:. ,.,,...:
- Alex Nicol iT?

V3 v.

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FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION G. 1.1 Just bailt
tnadarn iwnisbad apart menta, I,
2 bedraoast, hot, cold w a t a t,
Phone Ponamo 3-4941.
FOR RENT : Nicely furnished,
modem apartment 1 b e d -room,
living room, dining room,
kitchen. For 3 months, June 1st
to August 3 lit. Phone Panama
3-4868.
FOR RENT: Furnished ar un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartment: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ore., in
Bella Vitta. Phone 3-6097, 2-
2504..'
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining room, sitting room,
maid's room with bath, large
kitchen. Urge bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, apartment all screened, 25
square meten inside apartment
for laundry, drying and Ironing,'
large closets, garage. Haute No.
5, Eusebio A.' Morale Ave. in
El Cangrejo, corner house. Phone
Panama 3-0579
FOR RENT? Furnished 2 bad- :
room apartment; inspected, hot
water, newly decorated, desirable
location. Via Porrat 82. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6)15: tt :-
FOR RENT: Vacation quartan,
Balboa May 26-July 26. Bargain.
Phone 2-2975. ;
FOR RENT: Vacation quartan
furnished. May 27 to Aug. 15.
5776-C Diablo. Phone 2-3516.
FOR RENT: Modern two bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment In Bella Vista,
51st. St. No. 42. Call Zubieta.
Tel. 3-3337.
FOR RENT: One furnished bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment. Ave. Juste A A-rosemena
rosemena A-rosemena and 45th St Riviera
apartment. Apartment No. 10.
Telephone 3-3192. ;
FOR RENT J Furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished one bedroom modern
apartment. Garage. 168 Yin Ba Ba-lisarie
lisarie Ba-lisarie Porras. ,
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $60.00, Via Porta Tel.
3-2568. ;
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nishtd
nishtd fur-nishtd apartment living room,
dining room, .3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, maid's room, garage.
46th St. No. 1-70. Telephone'
2-1477 morning and 3-0709
afternoon. 'vv
New Disaster
Control Officer. s
Wife Arrive In CZ
iwai. Artnur w. nodam nr.
rived In the canal Zone Sunday
forduty at Headouarters, Carib-
oen uommana; Doason is ss ss-Mgned
Mgned ss-Mgned as: Disaster Control of
ficer, J-3, ... .jJU
Prior to receiving his preev.t.
assignment he was njislstant
cnief, staff communication of
ficer, office chief of the Secre

Nop?,

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856586

t

Present your tickets before Friday Your tickets are valid for a whole year
. ... TOTAL. V. $720.00
1. $500.00 (Accumulated ,2. $180.00 (Accumulatedy 3.
. Get them buying.
(Ron Ccuda Uisja, fiat Wbnhyuiia "0Ao",

:ndelLprodLXI$olJ!VC:!tqLttUCO?M-iy:DDOTiraACE!IMl'L

FOR RENT

llousei
FOR RENT: Twa bedroom
with two bathrooms, living room,
dining room,' kitchen, porch,
maid's room, two garages and
large lawn at 50th St. and Cam Cam-pa
pa Cam-pa Alegre. For information cad
De Roux 3-0908.
FOR RENT: Chalet. 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, service, living-dining
room, maid's, room, $100.00,
furnished or unfurnished, first
street front of San Francisco
Clinic No. 390-A.
FOR RENT: Chalet in Golf
Height. Porch, terrace, tilting,
dining, room, 2 bedrooms, maid's
room with bath, garage, back
yard. Rent $125.00. Informa Information
tion Information Phone Panama 3?2541.
Truck Driver Kills
Wife, Allempls To
Up Remains
HAWTHORNE, Calif., May 22
UP) A burly truck driver con
fessed yesterday he strangled his
wife and tried to dispose of her bo
dy in a meat grinder.
Edward Blan. 33. confessed af
ter police approached his car in a
vacant lot and looked in the back backseat
seat backseat where he had placed the dis dismembered
membered dismembered body.
"I fuess you've sot me." he
said and then told police he had
strangled his wife, ; June, 37,
mother of three children, because
she had said "obscene things" a-
bout his mother.
Blan was taken to jail where
Police Capt. C. A. Baucum report reported
ed reported he was questioned about the
1947 "Black Dahlia" murder of
Elizabeth Short Her body also was
savagely dismembered.
Blan described tn a matter-of-fact
tone of voice hew he chok choked
ed choked hit wife te death with hi
hands end an electric light cord
at thair trailer homo hem. '
He said after killina her he tried
to disbose- of the body in a meat,
grinder after using butcher knife
anft cant tn riicmnmriAr it 'V. 'V-
. Hawthorne police -noticed Blan's
car parked near an' open field and
approached it thinking the vehicle
was stuck. Blan at first tried to
say that bis wife had "passed out"
in the bck seat of the car. But
when Officer L. J Killingstad
stirterl
- .. r-

n 10 io" imo and then agreed to help "get rid
shrugged and said, "I guess;of the- 4 r y

Blan
vnn'va eot me."
Mrs. Blan was the mother of
two children by a previous mar marriage
riage marriage and one by her marriage to
Blan, a month after the child was
born last December.
tary of the Army, at the Penta-,
gon. 1
Dodson with his wife. Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, and their four children.
Ronald 8, Pave, 6,Thomns 3
nnd Alan, 2, are residing at Port
Kobbe.
2nd

867246

RESORTS

MAKE
PANAMONTE
INN,
BOQUETE
your headquarten for hunting
and fishing in tha Chiriqui high high-lands.
lands. high-lands. Jungle iaunts, picnic and
excursion. Wire reservations.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Balboa 1866
Gramlich's Santa Ciara Beach
Cottage. Modern conveniences,
moderate rate, f hone Gamboa
6-441.
Baldwin' furnished apartment
at Santa Clara Beach. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceo aside Cottaaea,
Santa Clara. Bex 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 1-1877. Criste Criste-bal
bal Criste-bal 3-1673.
Swim and relax at Shrapnel'
beach home. Santa Clara. Phono
Thompson, Balboa 1772. .

Surgical Technician Tells
Story Of Botched Abortion

NEW YORK, May 22 (l)R) -Ai
Puerto Rican surgical, technician
told yesterday of his frantic at attempts
tempts attempts to save 20-year-old Jacque Jacqueline
line Jacqueline Smith after a botched abor
tion last Christmas Eve.
Leo Pijuan, 46, who entered a
surprise guilty plea to man-slaughter
last Friday in the abortion
death of the Lebanon, Pa., fashion
designer, was called as a state
witness against his former co-defendant,
Thomas Darnel, who stuck
to his plea of innocent.
.Pijuan and Daniel, 25, former
harness shop salesman, were charg
ed with being accomplices, in the
abortion death of the pretty blonde.
Miss Smith died as the result of
the abortion last Christmas Eve
and her body never has been found,
Pijuan said he cut up the corpse,
wrapped we pans, in Christmas
paper and dumped the packages
into retuse baskets around the ci-
'The hospital employe, related
in broken English, the events
leading, to Mist ; Smith's- death
from the night in mid-December,
1955, when Daniel telephoned
Jilm that "Jackie was pregnant"
and asked if he knew anything
to make her abort,
Pijuan said Daniel arranged for
tYiak illnrrn 1 nnnnn ssv niifnABiisil id-
. uic uicgai vpciauuu, wiuicaacu t
Chester Smith, the dead girl's
father, who has attended every
court session, listened unflinching unflinchingly
ly unflinchingly as Piicaa related the clinical
details of the operation.
Pijuan said he told Daniel to get
a doctor to do the abortion but
that Daniel said he didn't have
enough money. He said Daniel
later offered him money to help
him do the abortion. :
. On Dec. 23, Pijuan, said he took
surgical instruments, adrenalin.
and sodium pentatbol, an anesthe

MAY 21st
PRIZE 3rd prize

FOR SALE
Motorcycles

FOR SALE B.S.A.
1953, 650 c.c. Juan B. Sosa St.
No. 2. Telephone 2-5426 from
8:00 to 12:00 noon and from
2:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Position Offered
WANTED: Young talesman who
speaks English and Spanish, $60
to start. Writ Box 3122 Pana Panama
ma Panama giving experience and refer-
once. ..,
Wanted Position
WANTED: Reliable, dressmaker
Seeks full er parttime work.
: Please mail post card to Etlla
Maxwell. General delivery Anceaj
P.O..C.Z.
tic, from the operating room- in
Bushwick Hospital where he work

ed. .. .'.

He- said he went te Daniel's
flat on Christmas Eve and.Jac-
queline waited in the bathroom
while he and Daniel ; prepared
for the operation. 1
Pijuan said he used the sodium

pentathol, which he injected in intravenously
travenously intravenously during the operation,'
performed on the living room
couch. Daniel, he said, watched
to see that the anasthetic was fed
properly and Miss Smith breathed
normally during the surgery..
After the operation, Pijuan said,
the girl was pate and her pulse

was "very thin and thready." :

He said he told Darnel she was
in shock and asked him for towels
to keep her warm. He administ
ered a heart stimulant, ine giri
later died.

Pijuan quoted Darnel as saying:
Only if there is a confession or

a body can they make this indict indictment.
ment. indictment. Without that they can prove
nothing. Il'l report her missing."
Hilton Cobbles Up i
2 Of Cincinnati's I
Well Known Hotels

. CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 22 -(UP)
Conrad Hilton yesterday

purchased the Terrace Plaza and
leased the Netherland Plaza, two'
of Cincinnati 8 top hotels, in a 23
million dollar deal.
Hilton, head of the far flung
hotel chain bearing his n a m e,
made tour of the two hotels and
then sat down with owner John J.
Emery and agreed to terms.
Addition of the Cincinnati ho hotels
tels hotels brings to 29 the number of
Hilton hotels to the United States
and abroad.
Keep tnem careiauy
. .
$40.00
Onto Bahu

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Lord; Lady Davidson To Visit R.P.f:

On Goodwill Tour Oi-Latin America

sltnrdav nieht's original and imapnative T71e.n7 T71e.n7-uil
uil T71e.n7-uil TlritM ito raise funds lor the new buddinr to
: 2Z?Z "M'eoSntfie, and representing
ZL IIT-Jr 5ne and travel agencies on the Isthmus will
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i The 85!LmiAPA: Taca International Airlines, Ron
iSSJSSnSt COft Llneas Aeropostales Veneso Veneso-Carta
Carta Veneso-Carta Vieja, France, por. can
Ali V ales xSpanagra, KLM Royal Dutch Alrunes.
Agenclas Viajes xiju, Brothers,' Inc,
Braniff, Ajrenciasd iaTOlM Co- Junta
. ESAi&SS! "las, Hotel El Panama and

Agendas de Viajes renwus.

Patrkit Leich Elected A V,
. ui.uLa Aflwioiar

ootricht Tach. of New

- -"tit -rrw Worthv Ad

unsworn, wm 'vv -
visor of Cristobal Assembly No. 2,

, Order of the Kamoow
- k.u mpntlv at1 tne

' Cristobal Masomc Temple.
. 4 Miss Leach and- other officers

who were elected or -r :
- pointed to serve with, her wiU be
Installed at aa open installation ot
, SSS to be held Itangir.
! eing, at 7:30 p.m. at the Cristobal
I a completing her term Wj7
- Advisor; will be .the installing of-
' Au' narents and friends of Rain.
, bow are invited to attend.
Miss Brlekmsn Honored
!tnXXman was lv-

' MISS 1uivuij .
n a farewell dinner. t the home
of CapUin and. :irs- HB(Ja
pine at their residence in Beua

is leaving next monui wi r
d States.
' Mrs. James Pta Goes To

r?!r-pi.; and her

"iaughlerMarV Frances emplaned
'ifor me United States on Sunday
to attend .tH.fxadujiJm h
setts. ;
Miss Nina Marie frown To
. ,. rm w Brown of

..Kdrom:mebeof

'Aueust J. Kosic at the tjaiDoa u u-;
; u-; K Church on Sunday.- June 3.
re invito to attend the reception
in he held at the American Legion
Sub I It Amador. foUowing the
Stodividual invitations h a v e
becn Issued. r: ."
if. Atted Da

Mrs. Erasmooe ia .ww.-.

me

with the Navy members actinj as

hostesses. - .
Mrs. Harold J. Hoops, Jr.? and

Mrs. Walter F. Hanley are co-oosi-

es? 'Jin Vi caipred bv the

Albrook Officers' Qub and will be

served promptly- at x p.m. ,
All newcomers, members a n u
.!..:-'-..... ra invltpd. A DU51"

ness meeting wiUlollow the lunch

eon.
I ..... C4 0!ltf

Warrant Officer Hubert L.
Crowe, whose wife, Anrta, lives at
Fort GuUck, Panama, Canal Zone,
recently- was graduated from the

Army's transponauuu
transition course at Fort : Kuey,

Kan. ; . ... vii.

Crowe is now assignea
copter pilot in the .580th Transpor Transpor-itaUon
itaUon Transpor-itaUon Helicopter Company at Fort
Bragg, N.C J:'.'

The wanant otucer i t.
of nine years of Army service. ?,

Viscount Davidson P.Cv GCVO,
C.H., C.B. and Viscountess David Davidson
son Davidson DBE, M.P. will be visiting Pa Panama
nama Panama tha Diieeli nf the British

WIIM w
Ambassador and Mrs. Ian Hender

son from May 29 to May 31. rney
r malrinff . goodwill tour to

countries in Latin America with

the approval of the British For Foreign
eign Foreign Office. : ; ; V

In his canacitv as President of

the Hispanic and Luzo Brazilian

Councils. Lord uavtason nas wur wur-ed
ed wur-ed unceasingly so that the Latin
American Republics should be

come better known in Britain, ana

1IEETIN6S

Each Miles tor lactasira la lab
celuaia should ibailut4 ta tjpt tjpt-writtca
writtca tjpt-writtca feral and nailed to aaa at
tha kox aumben Ikied aaUy In -a.
cial aad OlacnwiK," sr delWtrtd
T haad la lha altka. Notkat al
MeUnfi caaaal ka accepted bj ttJe

.1 .-

tha CtSMifW't hparlnnarlprs at Can

ning House Das become recognu

mn sppnnn nnmn inr uir im

tin Amaririn missinn in London

and distinguished visitors from

unit .wwi.i ivu.
wiHslv Vnnom in Itin America eg- Balkaa Wunin'i rink

i....!!.. niku. T nA ) nu D.ll. nr. t rx' l.

ueviaujr iu nicmiu wuut yvi aiic oaiuua woman s ciuo ex-
Davidson has close connections.! ecutive board meeting will be held
In 1954 they visited Argentina,' at the JWB at a.m. Thursday.
H...J. Dam- lAfli.... .-J .

Lime auu i ciUi . . ..J. iiiiiiirKr. mi pinirmpn airs iav.

Like Lord Davidson, friendship RViS
ca is a matier very near to way ker and it j mnnrtant fnr

Davidson s nean. ana sne sup- .,, k. r

Ae

Parawall Pirtv Honors

Ul.i Anna Hanrimial

A fareweu party in nonor ui
Miss Anne Heuriquet was given'
by Miss Vilma Rosania at her

ihome, in Colon. i.Miss Heapquei

will be leaving soon on vacation.

Dancing and retresnmenis were

enjoyed by about twenty

young people. ;

Doctors' Wives' May Luncheon
Th. TWtnrV Wives'. Mav lunch-

u -

New Spanish Classes iieft (

T. Clar At Tmi.A.WIV

fru- D1K YMCA USO t

nounces the opening of New Span-
j u i... nn June 4 in iOf DC"

Mondays and. Thursdays.. Begin

ners wul meet at a p." u":",
diate at p.m. and Advanced at

Miss fliana oei r r-..I.i

lur acvciai

NY State Thruwby

eriments With

long Welded Span

WITS' At ft MV ftTPl I. The

uu.fnnt hririufi under construction

over Cattaraugus -Creek on the!

Erie Thruway will be the larg largest
est largest welded span on the entire

New York State Thraway.

' T)pnartmant of Public Works en

tainaara tha tll-idffa. COStl'nff

some $1,300,000, is somewhat of I

ASM V V UVHtt) aaaau wuv f
ports her husband strongly in his

affnrte tn mrtnarf iniK cause. Her

rhapm and vivid nprsnnfllitv ireJ

widely appreciatea Dy ner many

friends m Laun America ana uin-

don.

r ll!iL I Trd Tjivldson has had a distin-

CXpei imenrS W lin wished political career having

oeen a wvusci euvo jiicmuc vi

Parliament with one short inter

mission from .1920-1937. He was
Parliamentary. Private Secretary
to Bonar Law. and Stanley Bald

win and chairman ot me looser
uativa Partv from 1927-19Sfl.

a nravtnuslv announces Liov

Davidson will he civinff an address

at the Panama Golf Club at 3.30
p.m. on May 29. Hosts at the
gathering will be the ladies of the
Hritich Aid SfWioV

'Ttrd rinvirienn will ffive an ad-

an experiment The welding ofjdress m the auditorium of the Na Na-small
small Na-small spans is not unusual, but' tional University of Panama, by
. . Kwilffai naata1 incitatinn jf tha Ra.ptftP at

with smoo& seams of fused metaliH p.m. on Mav 30. His subject will

instead of thousands oi rivets oe oruisn ttuuuuuc. auu wuiiu wuiiu-out
out wuiiu-out of the ordinary. '! Relations with Latm America."

eon will be held at 12:30 p.m. oa quire ;
Wednesday at Morgan's Gardens.1 trations are bemg received

AttiW .a..-
l.. .,.nM at the "Y

,u b. . .. 'a . n.

years wul oe me uuuutw.
m k . intaraxted HIT

quire at the YMCA. where regis-

in-

UOV1R TV UDtO
by Ersklo Johnson

tompanied by ne4ubr
i k. TTnitad states by pis

sf her daugnter aiaruw.
I Pafeweli Dinner Honors

' Captain am """" . t.
: Captain nd Mrs. Elmer G. Ab Ab-.
. Ab-. bott who sailed on .Saturday -a-i
, ..l.ccui fnr a States

! side vacation were tendered d n-i

aer at tho residence in oeu
ta of Mr. -and f Mrs. Terence 0
, their deoarture

"cVain .nd Mrs At Plan to
attend their son. Mr Rich" 0-

v bot's raduauon inu
College in Hartford.. ConnecUcutJ
and his wedding which wul fol-
: low,; :M::ir:Q.K V 1
Cleveland Sopors Give Party
Mr and Mrs. Paul Kayser ,who
' are leaving the Isthmus during
The early part of next month were
' i.n,a anina- awav party

la.t niehtat the home of Mr. and,for movie seU.

Mrs. Cleveland Soper of Bella
Vista. :,'

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be

hind the Screen: Don't .mock

Wood kid stars CAN survive in
the Hollywood jungle. f i
The May popularity poll of mov movie
ie movie fans, as taken by Motion Picture

magazine, puts naiaue woa
the number one spot over such

glamour babe as Grace iteuy
? . oa, i a, a iainhlkl

(sixth), fliaruyn aioiuoe vuui,
and Joan Crawford (22nd).

It's the biggest triumph of

movie jinxMireaking m years.
niSLa aid anldiart. mOODtt Stars

L.uu' kaan cantant la iutt fade

away. They all try o make eome-

backs-but they die at tne oox or-
i: wim tha aveantion of few

Flt, w... , ...
you can count on one hand TV s

tUCCeSSfUl JSCKie .ipr, mar

garet O'Brien and Natalie wooo.
But none had ever topped a fan
popularity poll until Natalie did it

UUa (awuMu: 1

The Role of James Dean's girl

friend in "Rebel Without a Cause

loomed 17-year.ora aiaue nuuu

to adult stardom aner a w-year
film career unusual because there

was no adolescent Diacaoui.

A movie moppet at iour,

n..iio hsd her first bis role al

six in "Tomorrow Is Forever," a

film now. making tne rounas on
television. Every year since then
Natalie has given sparkling per-

a tepn-aeer in "Fa-

WllUflivi.a ,,J ,

ther Was a t ulIDacs--4aluo siar

r ha v.ar in 1947 for "Miracle on

34tb Street"; and Virginia Mayo

a a' voune Bin in iue ouvcir

Chalice." i C:;--t;.:l I.
Now H's full-blown adult star star-j.
j. star-j. (a. Natalia, who has a long.

Wamar cantracT. m ine

e..r,k.r with John Wayne, "A

r-rv in tha Niohf and "The Burn.

km Hills.

NaUue, wtio wss grauuaiea

from high school last June, was

born in San irancisco. one nas

two sisters, one is marneo ana

the youngest, Lena, nme, is .a
movie moppet. Papa is in the
movies too he builds miniatures

now It looks like' a. full-time film

...rear fnr tha rolorful rina figure.

He II play a Kansas uiy gangster
in tha mh r.enturv-Fox movie.

Tha naat Thinps in Lite Are

Free." r .; The John Hams ice

chnw "! Caoades. win oe

' mnvia at Columbia

. . Liberace's shedduig weight

15 pounds already.

"No, he can't be

Vafaran film talent -executive

Max Arnow is predicting another

"golden age" for Nio development

of new film faces. Says Arnow
"Thara't an Incentive today, no

orosent before, for young people

to study dramatics.",

It's A Dual Role as actor and
narrator-for Spencer Tracy in

i na inn man auu uic kja. v.

avamnla (in a reference tO the fiSh

which is to give him the battle of

his life) tne scnpi xeaus;

OLD MAN:

that big."

NARRATOR: "But he was that

big." v

It's the first time, I believe, that

a aatnr ha emDIOVCa DOTO UIC

first and third person in turn

story telling. . ;

Someone mentioned that Tommy
Manville is claiming he's down to

his last two million.
"Wives or dollars?" ; asked

Marion Marlowe. ;

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Winner

But Rival AL Chilis Wish
He'd Quit Wrecking Them
By EARL WRIGHT
, NEW YORK, May 22 (UP) New York Yan Yan-.
. Yan-. keeffans are all hepped up about Mickey Mantle's
chances of breaking Babe Ruth's home run record
but seven American League clubs just wish he'd quit
breaking their backs. V" V v C I

Mantle, who. Masted his 16th
homer to provide the decisive
Tun In New York's 8-5 triumph
over the Athletic Monday at
Kansas City, now Is 11 games
and 10 days ahead of the Babe s
pace when he set an all-time big
league record of 60 homers in
' 1927..'- '
And the swltch-hlttlng Yankee
center fielder, lar and away the
top arly-season candidate'
the American League's "most
vaiimhin niaver" award. Ism
playing any favorites; etthetvv
Of his 16 homers,, he has hit
lour apiece against the Athletics
and clevelands Indians, ; three
against the Boston Red Sox, two
apiece against the Detroit Ti Tigers.
gers. Tigers. Only the Baltimore Orioles
have escaped his homer barrage,
and Mantle figures to rectify
that overnight before the sea season
son season gets much, older,
Mantle leads both major
leagues in four batting de-"
partments homers (16), bat- ;
ting average (.408), runs scor.
ed .(36), and hits (49) and Is
second only to teammate Yogi
Berra In runs batted In, 34 to
33. Any wonder that White
So manager Marty Marion
said recently, "I'd gladly give
a mllion dollars for Mantle,
if I had it."
In the only other major
league game spheduled Wttmer
(Vinegar Bend) Mizeli's four four-hit
hit four-hit pitching, plus homers by Rip
Repulskl and BUI Sarni, enabled
the St. Louis cardinalal to de defeat
feat defeat the Giants at New York, 4-
1.
The victory gave St. Louis ani
18-12 record for. the season, a
half came better than Milwau
kee's 13-8 mark. However, the
Braves hold first place with a
.619 percentage against 600 for
the Cardinals. -!
Repulskl, the National's lead

Medalist Perez Eliminates
Wes Young To Reach Rodman
Club Championship Semifinals

Defending cl u b -champion
Wesley Youne was eliminated
from this year's Rodman Cham
pionship Tournamsnt by medal
1st Art Perezi
After a shaky start, Perez took
a double bogey on No. 1, he set
tled down and shot even par
for the remaining 8 holes to go
3 up at the turn, :;;
Young took No. 10' with a par,
vori tank 11 Nn is was halved.
Peres won 13 and Younir toofc
14. Young was now 3 down with
4 holes left to play,
on the 185 yard No. 15 Perez
laid his ball about 18 feet from
the nin: Youne was oil tne
green to the right. Young cbip-i

1 tied un to withm 3 feet of the

pin and it looked like he still
had a chanie. Perez canned his
long putt and that ended it
fThe back nine was played In
a steady downpour. The rain
didn't dampen Perez game one
bit as he went aloe? steadily
edging Young out of competi competition.
tion. competition. This week-end the semi-finals
" will see Perez meeting Clyde
Shaw and Ralph Miller meeting
M-Sgt. Holt in the Champion Championship
ship Championship Flight.
' The second round results were
s fojlows: j
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
Perez defeated Young 4 and
3; Shaw was a 1 up winner over
r Ritter; Miller beat Carlton 3
and 2 and Holt edged Humble 1
up.
FIRST FLIGHT
Schroff defeated Boyett 3

, and 2: Stenmoe over Lehman 2

PANAMA
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'tM a v-.t-' -W-::: :'i:- i v;'

ing hitter with a .404 average

put the Cardinals in front to
stay when he hit his sixth 1956
homer off losing pitcher Don
Liddl in the second inning. St
Louis finished Liddle with three
runs in the fifth on Wally
Moon's single,. Bobby Del Gre
co's triple, Foster Castleman's
error and Sami's homer.
Mizell boosting his record .to
3-2, won't auow a batter to ad advance
vance advance cast first until Don Muel
ler homered with two out in the
seventh for New York's run. i
Mizell, who has been ham hampered
pered hampered this season by a chronic
split middle finger on his left
hand, pot a coating of natural
nal polish on it and pitched
his f rst complete game in
seven tries, v'
The first-place Yankees scor
ed their sixth straight, triumph
although their starting pitcher
tailed to last lor the lourtn
straight time.
Don Sturdivant. who replaced
Don Larsen in the second was
the winner. Tom (Morgan pitch
ed the ninth for the Yanks.
Gil McDougald hit a three-run
homer durtne New York's five-
run first Inning but the Athle
tics actually collected more
homers than the winners with
Harry Simpson hitting two and
Gus Zernial and Hector Lopez
one each.
But Mantle provided the win
ning run with his Iiltn inning
homer and It was a hum-dinger.
The drive cleared two fences in
right field,- the second a? 40-foot
high barrier more man uu ieei
from the plate. It was only the
sixth ball hit over that fence in
133 years.
t YES TERDAY'S STAR
Mickey Mantle, whose 16th
homer provided the decisive
run in New' York's 8-5 victory
over Kansas City.
and 1; Sullivan edged McGlnnis
2 and l and Davis took a 1 01
victory over Vin&on on the 19tl
hole.
SECOND FLIGHT
McAmls'was a 1 up winner
over Schabei; smith defeated
Shapln 4 and 3; Hazy edged
Todd 2 and 1. The Helm-McNul-ty
match result was not posted.
' LADIES FIRST FLIGHT
Lanell Logan was an easv
winner 9 and 7 over Marie Mc Mc-Nulty.
Nulty. Mc-Nulty. Sue Chaplin defeated pat
Nisson 5 and 4.
The finalists v ln the Ladies
Ciinmpionsbfp Flight, Ann Todd
and Liz Hadley, have a chance
to sharpen up their games prior
to their meeting on June 2. The
small number of lady entrans
required that smaller flights be
es'unisnea.
The sem'-flna. pairings are as
f:' ows:
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
Pec vs Shaw
M-ttr vs Holt
FWC FLIGHT
Schraff vs Stenmoe
Suld"ac vs Davis
: ; SEC 'NU FLIGHT
McAmls vs winner of the Helm Helm-'
' Helm-' McNulty match
Soith vs Hazy
7. No mac'nc scheduled
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FIT Home-grown Tony De De-Marco
Marco De-Marco is in training for his 10-
round welterweight match with
Vicnce Martinez of Patefson, N.
J., at Fenway Park, Boston, June
16.- .'. :-
Championship
Softball Series
To Begin Saturday
By HERBERT" MOISE
Softball enthusiasts on thai
Pacific Side will get their first
look at Atlantic side champions
Dark Millionaireswhen they
travel to Paralso Saturday for a
three-best-of-five series against
the Pacific side Paraiso Jets.
Both teams have iust com
pleted successful ventures, the
Millionaires, unde Rodolo "Fi-;
fi," Tom wlnninu the Rainbow
City Open Classification League
in fine style, and the Jets win
ning an invitational v. tourna
ment, with Ruddy Prince as
manager.
- DM owner Jacobo Sala has
two of the Isthmus' most talked
about pitchers on his roster. In
Fred Sapp,- the little Mr. Inces
sant, he has the winner of the
earned-run :ave rage of the
RBCOSL, the MVP of the Colon
Adult League, the wtnnlngest
pitcher with the lowest ERA in
the Colon Adult League, and the
home run and batting- champ of
tne same league.---
This was truly the most active
and controversial player; on the
Atlantic side mis season.
Salas also has in Lew Hilzin
ger another good hitter-pitcher
who works hard every time he
plays. V
This should work out to the
advantage of the Millionaires as
they plan to play doubleheaders
in Paraiso on Saturday and then
move the series to Rainbow Ci City
ty City on June 2 for another double double-header.
header. double-header. With two top flight hurl-
ers, DM are being favored to
cop the series.
on the other hand, prince
with his hard-running outfit
could offset the pitching
strength and defense of the
Richmen and go on to win the
series. But the big question
looms; "Can a running team upr
set good aeiense ano good pitcn pitcn-ing
ing pitcn-ing on a veteran team?"
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Diamond

By Victor Gray

AMERICAN LEAGUE" 1 '-

The New York Yankees with five victories against one lone
defeat walked off with the honors for the liftn week of piay
in the junior circuit Also noteworthy was the snowing of Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian Hector Lopez wno raised his batting average como 20

points ano poiea tnree nomers,

The Chicago White Sox continue to prove a problem to their

supporters. At present they
losing streas. . .

Herb Score, Cleveland southpaw, in setting down IS Senators
via the strikeout route, also came in lor his share 01 glory, in
the same game 10 Indians also wnlited setting a new record for

wiLuis iu uue hhuic, m. wnitey

0 continues to set the pitching pace. The Baltimore onoies con continue
tinue continue to improve. .

Table of they week's play;
G. W. L.

New York. 6 5 1 .833 34 57 8 :20. 47 t
Boston. ...... 7 S 2 P .714 36 66 10 24 58' S
Cleveland, ; . 6 4 2 .666 24 39 ; 8 14 4J 2
Detroit. .. .. 6 4 2 .666 26 48 7 17 51 i
Baltimore. ... 6 3 3 .500 26 55 8 29 50 11
Chicago. 5 . 7 2 j 5 .286 28 66 5 40 74 1-
Washington. . 6 1 5 .167 11 ,48 .5 28 : 52 0
Kansas City. . 6 1 5 .167 23 52 1 7 36 58 7
TOTALS. ..; . 25 .25 208 431 58 208 431 5C

Season's totals:
G. W7 L.
New York. . .31 21 10
Cleveland. . ,29 18 11
Boston. . .28 16 12
Chicago. ... .25 12 13
Baltimore. . .32 15 17
Detroit. . ..29 12 17,
Washington. .30 12 18
Kansas City. .28 10 18
r TOTALS, . 116 116 :
' NATIONAL

v Cutting down date, May 17, found the two Panamanian
hurlers, Humberto Robinson and Patricio Scantlebury, bound
for the minors. The Smdker ace to Wichita of the American
Association and the former Spur Cola southpaw to the Havana

Sugar Kings of the International League.

' Brooklyn, Pittsburgh' and

play, each dub winning four of the six contests in which they
engaged.'' ; "-. v. ;,. ? ; ; !j'".y'yf .V"--'.-"'- ' '-i
Brooks Lawrence, Negro ace of the Cinclnantl Redlegs, con continues
tinues continues to lead the league's f lingers with a 5 and nothlne mark.

Brooklyn's Don Newcombt has
lost twice.

Cincinnati with 54 home runs leads both leagues In that
department, while Manager Bobby Bragan continues to Instill
fight and hustle in his Pittsburgh Pirates. At present the Bucs

are just l,y. games off the pace.
Table of the weekVplay;
G. W. L.
Brooklyn. v 6 4 2
Pittsburgh:'';;' 4 2
New York. 6 -v 4 2
Cincinnati. 5.3 2
Philadelphia v 7 4 3
Milwaukee. ,.,62 4
St. Louis. . 7 2 5
Chicago.
. 7 2 5
TOTALS. . 25 25
Season's totals: 1
::i';.r G. W. L.
Milwaukee.
Brooklyn. .
St. Louis. .
Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh.
New York.
Philadelphia.'
Chicago. .
. TOTALS.
.21 13
8
.27
16 11
17 12
16 12
.29
.28
.27
15 12
.28 13
15
18
18
.27 9
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Opponents
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E. R. H. E.
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116 242
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New York dominated the week's
won the most games, six. He has
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Opponents
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4 16
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21 85 166
23 116 213
, 27 134 259
31 157281
25 113 226'
35 114-221
26 146 245
20 137' 250
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86 162 293
.571 155 279
.556
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.464. 110,230
.333 106V 204
,280 ,97 209

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(Includes games of May 20),' x !;

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' Jean SIMMONS 4 Robert MITCHUM :
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Hildy FAHKS' KBLLT r-
NIGHT HOLDS TERROR"
Tyrone POWER, In
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Globe Trotter, excluded from
the betting because of his high

rating abroad and recent im impressive
pressive impressive showings, demonstrated
his superiority by sprinting to a
post-to-post four length victory
In the featured $550 six and
half furlong dash for class
Imported thoroughbreds yester
day afternoon at the Juan
Franco race track.
Jockey Bias Aguirre, r taking
no chances, quickly hustled
Globe Trotter into a command
irg lead and kept him going all
the way to maintain, his, mar
gin.
Lucky Test, the mutuelj fa
vorlte, was easily next best and
returned $3 per ducat. Maria
Stuardo was third with Brado
min a poor last -
The secondary attraction was
much more thrilling. Leading
jockey Alfredo Vasques outrode
Jorge pruuips as Empire Magic
barely lasted to nose out Car
tillero In a stretch duel. Mutuels
choice Opulento wound un
disappointing third In this one.
Vasqueg also won the opener
with Mrs. Halllgan to be the on
ly rider scoring more than once.
The dividends:
-FIRST RACE
1 Mrs. Halllgan $3.80, 3.20, 2.60
2 young prince ?3.40, 3.40
3 Bedulno $7
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' SECOND RACE
1 Daniel $7, 6.20
2 Don Brlgldo $4
j First Double: fit
THIRD RACE
1-Marcellta 85.60, 2.40
2 Avispa $2.20
One-Two:$9
FOITRTW RATE
lT01n TiUn $8.60, 5.80. 12
2 Volador 19. 5
3 Mufteco $8.60 -
y Qulniela: $13.89
' FIFTH RICK
1 La Guararefla $5.80, 3.20
2 Lady Edna $3
SIXTH RACE
1 Golden Corn U $4.80, 2.89, 2.
40 -
2 Heritor $9.80 3.40
3 Mlrzatoats $4.80
... -VI- iK V
' SEVENTH RACE '
1 Postinovlch is. 2.ftn
2 Panlcus $3 '
Second Double: $16.89 v
EIGHTH RACE
lCoronelino $11.40, 3, 2.20
2 Gaucha sa.fln. i m
3 Vertlcordia $2.20 1
- .Jf qulniela: $14.21
NINTH RACE
1 Quiescence $4.40, 3.80, 3.40
2 Lanero 19. SAO
3 Donny Boy $11.80
1, Ot
jne-Twe; $48.41
TENTH RACE
1 -EmDir Maclit tin n 4.
2-Cartulero: $4.80
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FtFVKNTH Brr '"""'"
1 Globe Trotter ( excluded from
bettine). - . ;
2 Lucky Test $3. :
U. S. Onci Two,
Three In Dashes
CrTAUPATKtt Til -JKVk ;
-vmm oimea vvuiu. 11UI5I1
One. two. thf-M in thm HI vmnii.
Games spruits if Jim Golliday of
iionnweswm mnrni tn tnrm m
Johnson predicts.
"With Dave' Sirne..' Bofi Morrow
and Golliday out country has
three that it will take some run
ning to- beat,' says the Illinois
coach who drilled the U.S. squad
in last year a ran-A m e r 1 e a n
bames. t ,
"I was much Imoressed b v
Sime-of Duke in the Drake; Be Belays.
lays. Belays. He tad an advantage over
Morrow t because', he- competed
throueh- an indoor season. He
started faster than Morrow, when
Sime, Morrow and Golliday get to
gether -1 want, to see the race.
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ttMrobyiv 0U0
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B one of tho Lucky Winners
l". of these Cash rrixes!
1st Prize 51C3.C3
2nd 25 M
.3rd -15.M
It 1 19.11
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Teams
Pet. GB
.619 Yi
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
New York
Philadelphia
cnicago
TODAY'S RJtMFS
Milwaukee at Brooklyn (N -Cincinnati
at New York' ;
Chicago at Philadelphia (NX
St Louis at Pittsburgh N) ;.
'. YESTERDAY'S RFRTTf T "''
St. Louis 010 030 000-4 8 0
New York 000 000 1001 4 1
Mizell (3-2) and Sarni.
Liddle (1.1). Maro-nnurl flria.
som Wilhelm and Katt,' Wes Wes-trum.
trum. Wes-trum. Only game scheduled. 1

W L

. .13 8

,'I1W A VUU
.'.16 12 i93 Yi
. .16 12, .571 1

1 it in Ann

.-iti is Mm iy2
. .li 1ft .4411 411

. 9 18 .333 7
i. i l 18 .280 8ft

Pacific All Stars Blank
Atlantic Teenagers 7-0
' In Final VFW Series Game

The pacific All Stars, closed
the regular season of th VJ.W.
Teener Baseball League with a
win oves the Atlantic All Star3,
7 to 0. -
Despite a light rain that per
sisted for the last: two innings,
the Pacific Slders played error
less ball, and came up with the
only shhtout of the seven game
series. Moe Shhoch hurled a fine
game for the winners, allowing
only three hits and issuing but
one base on balls. ;
The boys, who have been play
ing ball since late November,
have earned a rest and the play players
ers players who will he selected for the
VJ.W.vAll Stars will not play
ball again until alter the mid
dle of June.
At that time, manager Pete
Corrlean and joft L. Thompson
who now becomes the coach of
the Canal Zone AU Stars, will
begin to weld the new tram into
a smooth working aggregation.
Fans are reminded to retain
their tickets which wi'4 be good
for several more games before
the All Stars leave for Hershey,
Pav to play In the VJ.W. Na
tional Teener Tournament-
The five man committee which
win meet to make the selection
nf th is ball olavers Tor tne ah
Stars will notify the league In a
day or two.
Balboa, Cristobal
In Season's Final ;:
Mirgarifa Game
STANDINGS
Interscholastic Basketball
. Won Lost Pet.
Balboa Hieh- 5 0 1.000
CristobaL High a
Tnnlni. rVillflfr 0 5 .000
TONIGHTS GAME
. CH-S. vs B.H.S.
' By TREYOR SIMONS
trVi. nw rhamnions of Canal
4one interscholastic, basketbaU
will make their lareweu ap appearance
pearance appearance on the Gold Coast W W-niirht
niirht W-niirht when thev Wyage to the
Margarita gym to meet the de
throned champs, cnsioDai nB.
In the final Atlantic Side game
Balboa High, whose 1959- at attempt
tempt attempt io dethrone the champs,
netted' them a tie for the cage
honors-last year, will be playing
their final interscholastic game
ot the season before celebrating.
their newly-won championsnip.
The win in basketball, gives the
nowerful Bulldoes a clean sweep
In all interscholastic sports this
year. .,
. Cristobal High's main purpose
In trying for a victory tonight Is
to avoid a tie witn junior col college
lege college at the end of the season.
CHJ3. and J.C. wind un their 56
season Friday night at Balboa,
But cnstooai1 aisor is trying to
gather high scoring honors for
little Sammy Morris and would
Ilk nothing better than to mar
Balboa's hopes of an undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated season. a v--rf-.
The preliminary game tonight,
ieaturing Junior Varsity squaas
from Balboa and Cristobal, will
begin at 7:30, with the main
event of the night slated to
start 15 minutes after the first
game has ended. ; r' t j
FULL HOUSE
' Oceinport N. J. l-fNEA)
Monmouth Park's 1568 stalls,
the largest number, afforded by
a New Jersey track, have been
allotted tor the 50-day 7 meeting
opening, on June 12.

American Lesgu

V
Teams"-
New York .
W L
.22 10
.18 11
.16 12
.12 13
.13 J7
.12 17
..12 IS
,10 19
Pet.
.688
.621
571
.480
.469
GB
2Va
4
!
7
8a
9
Cleveland
Boston ......
j Chicago .
Baltimore
Detroit ... v.
Washington
Kansas City
.414
.400
.345 10's
- TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Chicago (N -'
. Washington at K. City (Nf
New York at Detroit r-
. Boston at Cleveland W) i
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS I
New York 500 010 2008 6 0
Kansas City 022 COO 010 5 8 1
I Larsen, sturdivant (2-1), Mor Morgan
gan Morgan and Howard.
Santiago (0-1), Burtschy. ta.
Sorda and Ginsberg.
Only game scheduled. "
The box score:
Atlantic All Stars nnnnnnnA
iPacifio All Stars 100 330 x 7
Atlantic Ab R H Pa A
Fields If ......... a n n 1 n
Eberenz rf .V..., 3 0 0 0 O
Mcuraw II ....... 3 0 1 1 8 0
Gibson d ......... a n n i 7
Humphrey 3b ... 3. 0 1. 1 4
Crawford e . .. a n 1 1
Pernlgotti cf .... 1 0 0 0 0
Hytinen 2b 2 0 0 1 1
Cabanillas as .... 200 0 3
xBruce 2 o n 0 n
Pacific
Parker rf ........ 4 0 0 2
uorngan 2b ..... 4. 0 2 0
French ss ....... 4 1 2 3
Pedersen lb 2 12 8
Chase c 3 116
Oodsey cf ....... 3 12 0
Ammirati 1 i 0 0
McGriff If .. 1 n a
Schoch n ........ .111
1 f ruce replaced Pernlgotti
111 the 5th. Rtnir nut. k
- - -
I Schoch, 6. by Gibson, 2. Base on
ua.ua; ocnocn, u. GiDson, 4. Left
on base: Pacific, 7. Atlantic, 3.
V, Leaders
In The Uajore
LEADING BATTERS
(Based an 50 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE V
Player and Club g ab r h pet
Repulskl, St. L. 26 89 20 36 .404
ong. Pitt3. v si in 91 -oo
Bruton, MU. : 18 66 15 26 J94
eauey Cinci. 22 67 10 26 88
Boyer, St. L. 30 118 24 43 J64
AMERICAN LEAGUE ';
Mantle N. Y. nn m jo Ana
flaxwell, Det" 24 74 17 20 .392
vernon, wasn. 23 78 14 29- .372
Eoyd, Ba:ti. 2 70.10 25 .337
Perra, N.,y. 30 113 22 l J53.
HOME RUNS
Mantle, New York 16
Berra, Yankees ........."12
PostH pediegs ....... 11'
Long, Pirates .... . Ll! i
Boyer, Cardinals ........ 9
Jabionsid, Rediegs 9
"r
34
33
29
RUNS BATTED IN
Bern, Yankees ....... v.
' Mantle, Yankees J. ...
Long, PlrUes
Boyer, Cardinal!
JablonskA Redlegs k..
28
27
RUNS
Mantle, Yankees ....... 36
"Lopes, Athletics 24
-Boyer, Cardinals 24
Bauer, Yankees 24
Yost, -Senators ......... 23
.'Moon, Cardinals 23
' HITS
Mantle, Yankees 49
Boyer, Cardinals ,. 43
Long. Pirates 43
Berra. Yankees 41
Goodman, Red Sox ,.i 40
Kuenn, Tigers 40
" :..".' V PITCHING .'
: (Based oa 5 Decisions)
. W I. Pt
Ford,. Yankees ...... 0 1.000
Uwrence, Redlegs 5 0 ISM
Lemon, Indian k i jki
Pierce. White Sos ... 4 1 jsoo
Wynn, Indians 4 1 jum
wuson, white Sox .74 i .800
Brewer. Red Sox i 1 00



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, BATTER UP Gary Bynon II considers, the home run po-,
j tcntial in the many bats surrounding him at a Dolgeville,
t N. Y factory. The captain oMhe Dolgeville Little League
I Giants is holding a flame-treated war club." , .; ?

' : :'
JOE WILLIAMS
I i

Most of our sports have professional outlets. If "a yun
ter hal what It takes he can look forward to a lucrative form
of celebrity In baseball, football, basketball gc i f or briefly, ten-
records Relate him the greatest miler we've ( ever- had.. to
point of comparative skills, he's as good as WM ays. Otto
Graham, Wilt The Still, Ben Hogan, P1?J
shua In hla way, Santee has as much to sell as a professional
Souf lS any J,1,1!?
VI06&& 'this be-why 'our track ; and' fielders are constantly
gettir themselves all fouled up in, noisy. petty "candata?
Knowing that their future Is the present, do they use their
limited opportunity to justify the furtive, take, and the, bloated
Wouldlhe situation be' aiy different, and would dapper
Dan Ferris, executive secretary, be able-to answer the fdepbrae

lust once wnnou muirai;ii.T u j ----
AAU Is not anti-American, .nti-bacterial, eleven antjpasU,
r i 4-ii -nll.Ss.nlr nr e." -. Would. In

. V. . v. jii-,,,, r nA field, lik most of

ur other sports, offered a post-grad cash-and-carry course?

Mr. f erns earn ne luruuc nvmuu -- --
would have sounded too much like n songuO and he remind reminded
ed reminded his caller that there' used to be a great ileal of professional
foot racing In the past. r. "These fellows used to run for. cash
prizes and side bets and they did well until charges of fixed
races and such estranged the public." ': f . ;
"Was that worse than padding expense accounts?,"
Mr. Ferris bristled. ...
. Apparently that's the worstest, man. .

COURT RAPS SANTEE

As an amateur athlete there is noplace for Santee to turn.
The court decision upholding his suspension, by the AAU has
... .. u iu. k.(1a.ma mnitk if It Kiln

renderea mm nuu ana yoiu. uu me tiucum, uum
i.i.j v.. k ..nn Vilmcolf a thniich nnheedfiil of the con

sequences, the court could not logically have decided other-

6rVn. ...T; fnnni tvk Santpa ioi hppn evasive, re

proached him for attempting to involve a club mate with the
possibility the latter would be found guilty, and the plaintiff
1 ... -i n.itv hai faith" anri tart.1v rnnr.luded!

"His repentance, if any and the court thinks there Is none

comes too iaie.
Properly, the court did. not ignore the fact that Santee
could not have received money In excess of regulations if meet
promoters hadn't been willing to stand still for the bite, or, as

nas oeen mows io nsppen, io umn uv .iiv..
selves-. Thus Santee, the court remarked. "has eliminated
himself, but not without an assist from some of the 'guardians
of amateur athletics.'" .-.-. y.CuU-
Mr; Ferris wearily conceded the bverzealous (unscrupulous
Is a horrid word in AAU circles) promoter is one of the main
reasons why all God's milers don't have wings.
"We'd rather catch these guys with their hands in the till
than any of the athletes. And anytime we do, we give them
the works right 'quick. But catching them isn't easy. The
athlete Isn't going to tell and incriminate himself. The pro promoter
moter promoter certainly isn't going to blow the. whistle on himself. And,
for these under-the-table deals, they don't call in writers and
cameramen. You know that, don't you?"
I do now. See, if you are alert and. on the hustle, you may
learn something new every day. r

1 By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA)-Charley
Grimm plays the same ola mu mu-Wasee
Wasee mu-Wasee putier. '
- Uoddv xnomson is on a sound

anitie lor tne iirst time since uie

outiielaer sisVered tne multiple

lrscture in iue spring ot l&n. J

Danny o conneu is sitting ana
geuing on Dase as tne leaauu
man vomiuensurate witn tne
vua ami six piavers uie eraives

gave tor tne oecund baseman uur uur-uiif
uiif uur-uiif the winter ot ". -

uener comey says his pitching

snouiaer is vu. .
it is to be uooed so. All that

Suusvulu enaiuiiuisin is entmei

ui au tois anu uica som. ine

irouoie is tnat the irivs keeu

running second and -tnira and stm
nave uie nig urookiyn ciuo to

Deal in a beuer oaianced ixauonal
league.
'me younger Graves fellows

like tne pu,uuntuai oenry auou
ana Kadie Matnews are a year

mure auvanceo, points .but man manager
ager manager Orimm. remaps Jouy unol-

ly is waning for tae Braves to

krow nto uie pnnanu

Grim stresses the fact that

Muwaukee's iarms are loaaeu
uite onio aiate in iuotuau.
Ine neao man explains that
Humoeno Rouuison nou noo
iroworioge are. witn Wicmu omy
because mere is no. room tor
tnem on tne parent club s pitcn pitcn-ing
ing pitcn-ing stau. iue jiravei have a cor cor-uig
uig cor-uig stnngbean lett-nander in Vic
Kenrn, serving time at Atlanta.
ine : neiQ marsnal ratucs off
names, uarl nersu, ine West
Uicster State leacners' lootbaU
piayer, is being converted irom
a iirsi baseman into an ouuiciaer
in Wichita and deluutely has big

league possioiiitise.

'ine tnousnt occurs mat mayne

the graves World beries ciuu is
still in the chain.
. : ... .

Slilt with lrt taken un liere

and tnere. this could be Milwau

kee's year.
The newest hand up from the
branch stores is Johnny Coving

ton, recalled from the bouth At

lantic League and built like a

blocking back. Young uivmg-

ton requires a bit of polish in the
nxtfinlfi hut ninrh hit 1rariv

have accounted for three victories

and earned, him. the nickname,

The Bat;,. --,'-v7-V"V

r.rlmm tivi that 24-vcar -old

pv rrnna has come alone to sucn

-n art wit that h i.n now one of

the Big Four which will become

the Big ive wnen coniey is n-

nnitd fmm tn nisaniea nsi on

Mav M Ijw Burdetta and Bob

Buhl are additional competent

right-handers.' Warren ; S p a h n
eivei the outfit the one needed

left-handed starter. 5 .-

n-Kinrl thom are th r cht-nana

ed Dave Jolly, Ernie Johnson and
Red.Murff andJhe southpiw,. Lou

Sleater. (. v,

Jolly looks OK again alter a
ttiot fnohtfnl comDar-

ed to the helpful one of '54. Murff,
the highly unusual 34-year-old re

cruit wno naa a i.w eimeu-
average winning 1 IT for Dallas,
the bulk of them before the sea season
son season was half gone, has had a bad
back and was pounded by the Car Car-diaals
diaals Car-diaals in his one start.
Chet Nichols, the phenom of
'51, lost it in the Army, continues
to disappoint. .. ., ;
"if r.onop rnnlpv mtches like he

did withut aches and pains, we'll

be well "equipped v. wna h
takes to beat the Di crs,'.' says
Charley Grimm.
"That's our principal concern
right-handed pitching and the
Dodgers."

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THIS WAY- Freddie Hutchinson shows Murry Dickson left
and Herman Wehmeier the baseball he expects them to 7
throw past the Dodgers and Brave. The riht-hand pitch pitch-era
era pitch-era were obtained by the Cardinals from the Phillies.

Wm

NEW YORK (NEA)-Dr. Crelgh-j
ton J. Hale has been appointed
assistant to President Peter J.
McGovern of Little League...' Dr.

Hale wilt assist McGovern in tne

adminisuativt ana executive
functions at national headquarters
in WUliamsport, Pa..... It s quite
a job with 4,0u0 leagues ano 18,
000 teams throughout the country
.... Little League has only a iive iive-man
man iive-man staff In WUliamsport, includ includ-in
in includ-in tha tnn, xccutivcs.. btatistic)

can hardy be kept on a national
scale.... Or. Hale, who came to
UtUe League last year on leave
from; the faculty of Sprmgiield
rniiooo la conductins research

WMVgf g
designed to improve the safety of

the iatttie eaguer.., ,.

v tee Hsndley, 'one-time "Pirate,
is another former major leaguer

now devoting his talents to um um-in
in um-in Little Leaeue players. Handley

is associated with ex-Congressman
and former Nstlonual Foot Football
ball Football League Deputy Commissioner
Sam Weiss In the direction of the

program-in the pittsDurgn, area.

Michef McConnell, who headed
Branch Rickey's' scouting pro pro-for
for pro-for the Brooklyn Dodgers,

is Region (mid-west) director
for Little League, with more than
700 circuits under his jurisdiction
...i McConnell also is associated
with Ed Steitz. baseball coach of
Springfield College, in conducting

field clinics inrougnouv mo

- John Lihdemuthfl newly installed
notinnni rnmmissioner of Little

League has the distinction of

having managea iunBor w"

Little Things Big Difference

In India ndbolis oOO-Mile Race

stranded.

fell

m

Vukevich knew of the little
things perhaps more thaa any

other man in' the program..., Lin Lin-demuth
demuth Lin-demuth piloted a team in a Wil

liamsport leagu for 15 years,

taxing over in 1940 and continu

ing through '55....' His new duties,

win uui pci in ii nun iu conunue...'
President McGovern and Jackl
Kelly, father of the new Princess!

of Monaco, are old friends, d at-1

ing Dacx to uioir days as rowing,
mates on the Schuylkill River in I
Philadelphia... -McGovern was a

top oarsman lor: the University
of Pennsylvania.....:

Delegates to the National Con

gress ui uuicago represented a
cross section of American busi business
ness business and professional, life doc doctors,
tors, doctors, lawyers, dentists, engineers.

executives, policemen and a wide

variety of industrial Jobs.
Art Cassel (old timers will re

member him as Art Cassel and
his Cassels-in-the-Air orchestra)
is author of the song,' "The Little
Leaguer."- w" Gregg Gobel, ; son
of George, the comedian.' is a

member of the Sherman Oaks,
Calif., Little LeagUe..Tom Ewell
plavs the part ot a raanaier w in

MGM's "Little Leaguer.' a co comedy
medy comedy story -to be filmed -next
month.'

Today Encanto .25 .15

iWAHOO! IU5.00
Joan Crawford, in
' "TORCH SONG"
Greer Oarson. In
fRANDOM HARVEST

Todav IDEAL .20 .70

a71lM niaa VAm Mlf

, ; Chapters, II & 12.
Post Office Investigator
"MARSHAL of AMARrLLO"

..at school
bo it van TAPS

By JIMMIE ANGELOOLOUS Every year, drivers miss the' too small to be found easily, f
t 500-mile jackpot because of minor! out of the clutch and left hi

INDIANAPOLIS (NEA) A mechanical faUures. I
fraction of a second, or a piece Vukovich was one car length
of steel the size of your middle, from victory in 1952 when a steer-
. 1. I J : 1 ... L. -V. -. 1 -tf ki-i

iinner. can on uie uuivieiii;e uc- uik uw biicsivu wu. iviviuk uum.

tween life and death when the big to crash. In 1949, Mauri Rose look-) other driver in the business. It
cars start moving in the Indiana- ed like second-place winner when was in 1951 that he slammed his
polis 500 on Memorial Day. I a thin magneto strap broke on the car to a halt and asked the late
I l92d of the 200-lap event Chet Miller, "What's wrong with
The litUt things the cotter me? I can't make this hog of
pins, magnetic straps, a few feet Two years later, Sam Hanks mine go. It's 'me, not the car."
deprive the automibile racer of came Into the pits in disgust. In "It's the little things you do
his life. Or of victory and fame his hand was a hot exhaust pipe, that make the difference," Miller
and fortune. iA strap holding it' had broken, f said. v
' I A major fear for drivers be- Feur years later, Bill Vakevicl
Two weeks before last year's ing left at the starting line hit gambled with 20V4 feet one
mad rush, aianuel Ayulo died Wud Bill Cummings in 1936 and tenth of a second and lost,
after he smashed his mount head- they still talk of it A cotter pin,'; The little things had gotten him.
on into a retainer wall while do- j v.-..-', ; ; i'. J : vv
ing 139 miles per hour ''"-'"tf'
a trial. A three-inch bolt and a nut I ,

costing1 75 cents could have saved1
bis life.
Ayulo's machine' struck the'
wall because the front wheels
couldnt run to the left. A vertical!

steering shaft had slipped out of

a clamp. A set screw Kept tne
clamp closed, but it came loose.
A three-ich bolt and bit wodld

have locked the clamp, tightly

and saved Ayulo s life. -
The length of a car took care
of Bill Vukovich last year. The 36-year-old
driver was gunning for
his third straight Indianapolis
victory on the 57th lap.
Vukovich followed Johnny
Boyd in the backstretch. He
nnnhpiT hit pai tn 140 miles an

hour when he saw an opening.

Al Keller's car had darted onto
the infield grass to avoid hitting
a spinning car in front of him.
Vukovich headed for the opening.
It closed as Keller shot back on
the track, ramming Boyd's car
into Vukovich's Hopkins Special.
It was the end for Vukovich.

His car flipped six times, burst
into flames.

ukovich was one car length
20V4 feet from free steering

through the hole.

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Master Your Game... No. 2 9
Make Shot On Your Own

By JACKIE BURKE
Master of the Master
BY asking advice most golfers
go around the course robbed of the
confidence requited to hit shots
properly.
Advice is worthless on fairway
shots. Your caddie or partner, the
only two who can legally give ad advice,'
vice,' advice,' have little idea what sort of
lie you have, how hard you intend
to hit the ball or what the strength
of your club is. .
Beyond the technical disadvan disadvantage
tage disadvantage under which seeking advice
places you, the major tragedy is
that it undermines any effort you
may make toward improving your
over-all game.
r- i k aenflal m inV

shot is to hit the ball with all

the purpose you can. mis requucB
the courage of your own convic.
tions.
i .-.. An1tf an. mnrn as fflance

at the green, you cannot fail to

lorm some opuiiuw iuuu. y-r-er
club. ...
When you ask your caddie or
partner what club to use, either
the advice agrees with the opinion
already formed or it does not. H
it agrees, the advice accomplishes
nothing you have not already done
yourself. If it disagrees you can cannot
not cannot possible play the shot with the
singleness of purpose good shots
require.

' The possibility that he is right

and vou are wrong" will lurk in

the back of your mind. . r
You will' bit the ball with inde
cision, hill the shot altogether.
Hit what vou feel like hitting

. Indecision will ruin the shot

even though it was the correct

club.

NEXT: Never choose a club with without
out without first having debated the mat

ter with yourself.

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IF YOU ARE A TEACHER
THEN YOU ARE-UNDOUBTEDLY-
IN NEED of a VACATION!:

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which so many pi our teachers greeted tha end
' of tha achool year Our youthful imagination
couldn't encompass tha fact that the teacher also
- might be. looking forward to, vacation, but but-.
. but-. f - there it was that undisguised Ijft to tha voice,
that gleam of happines$ when teachers announce'
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-you wera juat looking forward to'jona last blast
, . ; at our profound ignorance.
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YOU DESERVE IT! Where ar you going this year?
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folks back to special studies? Coing to foot-

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31st TEAR

PANAMA, R. P TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1956

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-",vr rriftn'tl Avcoclc) Ignores the 'angry' accusations of Len Worcester, one other
MRS. SAVAGE d has caused them unfavorable publicity by sending them

secured by caning Mrs. u. ouuw

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Guild's Latest -The Curious Savage.
Weak Play;But Actors Do Admirably

By TRIXIE BRICEKO

. .. mi i,niivi thft lat- emotions,

i Aiier "?;;t;- last 1

tdowlng them with a complete
set of standard principles and

MANY CANCERS

CAN BE
PREVENTED

Armed T6r.csr:MisiH'e:';F.

Coming under Senate Scrutiny

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WASHINGTON. May 22 (UP) ttrdy with dfKUimtn from top

Two ; Senate subcommittees tod.iy, military Itadirs that thair dif-

served notice they will investigate, ftrtncat on ttratagy hava reach-
intersCrvice controversies over mis-l ad tha thin-kicking ataaa.

siles and air power despite de ) Symington's subcommittee will
fense secretary Charles E. Wilson's, touch on the two main -points in

claim that squabbling has been
exaggerated.
San. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.),
announctd that his armtd $arv-

icas aubcemmittaa on air powar
will taka tattimony this waak en
tha "pitlon" of tha Army, Na Navy
vy Navy and Air Forca in tha mitailas
fiald. r;:.': :"v':
.The subcommittee : Symington

said, also "will- inquire into the
Navy's mission in the field of air
power, including both. Us primary

and secondary missions.
Sen. Dennis Chavez TD-N.M.)

said his military appropriations
subcommittee also will "look into

this mess" stirred up by bitter in

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
seventh in a series of 10 articles
prepared by the medical mem members
bers members of the Canal Zone Cancer
Cnmmififfk)

Many cancer's are prevented and terservice rivalries over roles and

mnrn pan ha While lh t i t Illusions. : jo i : j 'f

Th "Ouests" on the other, ransA or pshim nf rrmst kinris nfi Wilson drove tho ftud under-

night 7-So'tni about hand, are depleted aa a bunch cancer are unknown, may of the found t lat temporarily 'ye.

pne suspicion ,11 too of greedy, ruthless, complex- circumstances favorable to the de

s run i ntriTiiriico 1 . i ..1 j tri'

U18 U"U UVI,V'" 1 M Sly

actors suiicia h
- jusUIiable timidity. .'

.5 perhap's Its proximity to' that
V praiseworthy but sterile institu-;
v ln h incon Laundry is what

Vouo the GuUd's fare to be as

consistently inconsequentialas
koap bubbles. I wouldn't know.
' It is anreasonable to think
that after the excellent job
'they did with "Rope- any yes.
fee of uncertainty should re re-'main
'main re-'main regarding their ability to
. tackle something with more to
It than a mere threadbare
."situation slicked over w'tn a
facade of smart lines.
During the past decade u the
popularity; of the-smu 'my.
aren't wo all characters!" type
of thing has been gaining in
popularity on the stage and,
unfortunately, "The Curus
Savage" by John-Patrick is just
, another In the long line of such
plays. '' -i
However, Patrick does trrto
Inject a dose of philosophical
' thought into this one by posing
the note too original question
"who are the loonies; those 011
tha lnstrta nt those On the OUl-

V aide?" This theme he develops

by grouping the protagonist
Into two camps," the "Guests"
(Our Boys) versus the "Family"
(Outsiders) with the "staff"
beween as referees In a psycho psycho-.
. psycho-. logical tug-of-war. 1
In spite of a lot of euphoric
ahena.niea.ns. the author pretty

well proves by the end of the
play that the members of the
minister Rest Home are, far

and awav. the more well ad

' Justed of the two groups by en-

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driven tvoes who would skin

their own mother, which is ex exactly
actly exactly what they try to do.

controversy:

' 1. The feud between the Airpresently available or known to be
torce and Army over anti-aircraft planned in-the foreseeable future."

missiles and medium-range ballis-i The Air force, contends the Nike

Uc missiles

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2. The argument between Jthe

Air rorce and Navy over the ef effectiveness
fectiveness effectiveness of Naval air power.

Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga.)

had forecast earlier that Svmina

ton's subcommittee would look in.
to the controversy and 'm a k e

some recommendations."
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. Mtanwhilt, tha Army continued :
to mika proud claims for I its
Nika anti-aircraft misiilo a mam
bono of contontion in tho ditputt:
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Mai. Gen. John S. Udham.'-! Ar

his para-, my deputy chief of staff for opcr

French 'Birdman1
Plunges To Death
When 'Chute Fails
LIVERPOOL. England. May 22

(UP), -French "birdman", Leo
Valentin, who specialized in glid gliding
ing gliding on wings strapped to his body,
plunged to his death- at an air

show yesterday .-when
chute failed to open.

Hundreds of spectators saw Va I-'Appropriations subcommittee, that

is overrated.

Wife Asks Divorce

From Messy Mate
Who Didn't Bathe
J PATERSON, N.J. May 22 (UP)
An indignant housewife charged
in a' divorce suit yesterday that
her husband wore "sweat pants and

sweat socks" to bed on their wed wed-'ing
'ing wed-'ing night, refused to- bathe and

oeat her "several times." v -.
Mrs. Joyce Ann Kulp also

charged that her husband, Robert,

entin leap from a plane at 9,000
feet to glide on his wooden wings
before parachuting to the airfield.
But when he pulled theTipcord,
his parachute failed to work.

iha mrtcf affotiv iirfana.ln.aii.

weapon available today is the Ar
my Nike missile. The Army's Nike
missile system is capable of engag engaging
ing engaging and destroying any aircraft

velopment of cancer have been ob-l

served. : V
This is most triking in industrial
medicine because it was found

But. what does Patrick do aft-; that many cases of cancer in

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er he has successfully proven his

point? Why,1 he immediately

sets out to Invalidate It by hav having
ing having Mrs. Savage, the mother,
relinquish her placid, uncom uncomplicated
plicated uncomplicated life among the inmates
of the charming institution to
battle the areedy, heedless world

outside. .,

If you aren't t'red of this
type of play, "The Curious
Savage" fa a fairly entertain entertaining
ing entertaining example of Its kind, and
good acting is consistent
throughout ; ; .-1 ; ;i
Play In? on the "Our ? Bovs"i

team, "iuas in Your Eye" mem-H

ory. is attain cast as the daffv.

little lady and is in danger of

Deing saaaiea wun tnis type or
role if she doesn't scream for a

change of pace and pronto! It

wouia oe mieresung 10 see wnat

tnis talented actress could do;

with something quite different

'John McTaeeart as Hannihai

tne boy who mixes statistics
with fiddle playing, gives an another
other another unstrained, sympathetic

penwmance., Mimi Brewer as

-airy May, ia a touchlngly wlst-

IUl DSychOtiC. With her rnnictjint

aemanas lor praise and affec

uon.

juee cotton as Jeffrv. whnsp

scars go deeper than appear on
the surface, is the maladjusted
war yeteran and he jIom well

with a part that demands! sen sensitivity
sitivity sensitivity and could be very easily
be overplayed.
! Florence, with her doll is all
a fond mama should be after
her initial stage fright is over overcome.
come. overcome. But rny favorite, by far, is
Mrs. Paddy Betty Hutchinson)
the mad marlnescape-ist with a
compulsive habit for collecting
"f10 tubea who has "given up
electricity for Lent" and plunges
the stage into darkness at stra strategic
tegic strategic moments by switching off
the lights. Although not a sin single
gle single one of the clever lines with
which the play is so lavishly
sprinkled falls to her, she. be becomes
comes becomes a real oersonalltv bpfnr

Vie eyes of the audience.
The "FamUy"'or Outsiders are
portrayed variously by Len Wor Wor-icester
icester Wor-icester as somebody you'd hesi hesitate
tate hesitate to have represent you at a
j dogfight let alone Congress;
I Morton Gornick. as broth r

Samuel, a judge who holds the
record for having had more of
his decisions reversed than any anyone
one anyone else In the history of juris

prudence and' Lily Belle, theJ

sister, wno nas shed six hus husbands
bands husbands before coming to the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that money in the bank
will be more of a comfort to her
on cold, sleepless nights than
anything else.
The "Staff" (or Referees) are
Miss Wilhelmina (ray Braband Braband-er).who
er).who Braband-er).who gives a warm, sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic performance, and Dr.
Emmett Angus Matheney) who
is properly impartial and open open-minded
minded open-minded as the nsvchiatrist.

A last word of praise must go

to uon Musseiman as a man
rho knows his job. His handling
of the scenes, where the whole
cast assembles onstage at the
same time are masterpieces of
strategic deployment. :
-The production staff comes
through nobly, as well. How How-ever
ever How-ever the-Thef tre Guild can and
?houM dare bigger and better
things. ,

workers were caused by particu

lar chemicals. Certain chromium
salts, aniline dyes, and petroleum

contaiminants are known to cause

specific types of cancer, The de development
velopment development of protective methods
and alternative processes has re reduced
duced reduced the incidence of industrial

$3,000,000 Emb

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eziler Minnie So

The outer composure behind

which Miss Minnie Mangum
plundered her firm of nearly 3

cancer almost to nothing. million aoiiars m zu years, crac-

vuruuic sures ana irrua lions. v -k---

NORFOLK, Va.i May 22 UP)I menls adding' in to a grand

total of $2,844,952.06 stolen,
from the Commonwealth Sav Savings
ings Savings and Loan Assn.

When Miss Mangum's thefts

have long been recoenized as prob

able locations for the development
of cancer.,, The careful treatment
of these, particularly now with the
help of antibiotics, is not only im im-porant
porant im-porant for its own sake, but al also
so also prevents many from develop developing
ing developing graver complications.
It is also possible to recognize
some "precancerous" conditions.
These are more r often found on

physical examinations than are

cancers themselves, and by re removing
moving removing them, a cancer is prevent prevented.
ed. prevented. Black, elevated, hairy moles are
this type of condition; so are
white plagues which form on tha
lips or tongue, '
; Many 1 small lumps 5 and cysts
which cause no sumptoms, or on only
ly only occasionally become sore, are
removed by doctors because some
of them might later turn into can cancer.
cer. cancer. This is known to happen rare rarely,
ly, rarely, but doctors know that if they
remove a hundred such' things
they have prevented two or three
cancers. -' -
Though they cannot tell exact exactly
ly exactly who the lucky patients were,
every one of the hundred patients
has been made safer by the proce procedure.
dure. procedure. .
As more is learned about the na nature
ture nature of cancer, more will be able
to be done to prevent it. This is a
prime subject of research.

Broken ; and sobbing, she

pleaded guilty to a one million
dollar theft and the state
drooped other charres.

The 52-year-old spinster will

be sentenced June 25 unques unquestionably
tionably unquestionably to a long enough term
to keep her in prison the rest of
her life.

She already faces 10 yeari for
falsifying records to keep up
her fantastic double life of
hard-working book-keeper and

soft touch for friends and tela
tlves. :,

Miss Mangum had kept' up
her outward calm last week
when she pleaded Innocent to
the lying charge but she gave

up the fight abruptly yesterday.
She had to hold on to the de

fense table for support and

tears streamed down her fleshy

cheeks as sne entered a guutv
plea to an Indictment charging

embezzlement 01 ti.osz.seB.Zft.
The euilty plea was to 'the

22nd and final count of a leng

thy indictment totaling up
thefts of from $17,000 to $90,000.

After a conference among at

torneys ana the mage, tne ae

fense also agreed to a guilty

plea on tne 21 preceding counts.
The state announced then it
would not prosecute Miss'
Mangum on 14 other indict-

beea to come to light last De

cember the firm was thrown In-i

to bankruptcy and taken' over
by a federally-regulated build building
ing building and. loan company. However,
the original deposits were in insured
sured insured by the Federal -Home loan
Bank.
. Miss Mangum, ... who lived
modestly herself and appar apparently
ently apparently within her $9000 annual
income, gave away tracts of
real estate, bought automobiles
for fr'ends and relatives and
contributed heavily to church
and charity, investigators re reported.
ported. reported.

.Exact testimony as to ner
beneficence apparently never
will become a matter of recotd
because of her guilty plea and
the 'dropping of other charges.
A jammed courtroom watched
Miss Mangum go before Judge
H. Lawrence Bullock for her
second trial yesterday.
Many of them were Identified
as friends, relatives and others
to whom she had admitted giv giving
ing giving or loaning huge sums, some
of which has been recovered.
. She wore the same plain blue
dress with small "white collar
and straw hat that she wore
last week. The simple garb made
her 190-pound bulk appear
smaller.
; As she rose shakily and sob-

I .: u .w c r ii-r. icnargea uiai ner nusoana, nonerc,
ations, told the Senate Military, flirtfed witn other womeB 8t New

York bar the day after their wed wedding
ding wedding in December, 1952.
On their wedding night, the suit
claimed, Kulp went to bed "in an
utterly unkempt condition" and
then "fell asleep." She said she
"chanced to see her husband in
the nude for the first time" in
October, 1954, nearly two years
after their marriage. -

Window Washer
Jailed For Posing
s Doctor In Rio :

RIO DE JANEIRO, May 22
(UP-Alves d Sousa, arrested
for practicing medicine without
a license, said today he was
forced into being' a fake doctor.

He sam tnat as a window

J Guys
1 Bolls

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AiuruACrriDre'

and Color

n

Jail

bing, the crowd sensed sht was

tnrough lighting. : 1

Also in tne courtroom were

many of her erstwhile co-work-.

ers Including girl -clerks she

nirea rresn out of business col college
lege college to "teach-them my own

Her system backfired when washer he stole so many-drugs

one girl, who had previous ex

perience, publicly challenged

ner practice .01 Keeping account
records in out-of-the-way places

ana an auditor overneard the
exchange. '

and supplies froms hospitals
where he worked that "I was
compelled to open a medical of office
fice office in order to sell them to mv

patients before they spoiled by,LE
being kept too long. t

Marlon Brando, j

Jean SiioNsi
Frank Sinatra

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Jap Parliament OKs Bill Outla wing Prostitution

TOKYO. May 22 (UP) Par

liament today approved a bill
outlawing prostitution on a nation-wide
scale for the first time

in the history of this ancient

country.
1 The action climaxed a nine

year reform program that was
fought bitterly by the brothel

owners' association. 1
The law, given final approval
by the House of Councillors!
(Senate), orders the former!
government-license red light
districts to go out of business
by April 1, 1958. 1
Approximately 47,000 licensed
prostitutes would be affected by
-the closing of these districts. 1
in addition, the police will be
armed with their first national!
law against an industry employ-
tag an estimated 450,000 other

street prostitutes and call girls.
The law provides a maximum
penalty of $140 or two years im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment for brothel opera-1

buia aiiu wtuiC aiorc uiuavia
$830 or 10 years Imprisonment
for those found guilty of lend lending
ing lending rooms or houses for purpos purposes
es purposes of prostitution.
The bill, which was approved
earlier bv the lower house- of

Parliament, does not 'provide;

any penalties directly against
prostitutes or their customers.
But the leaders of. the anti anti-prostitution,
prostitution, anti-prostitution, crusade promised
they would push for such meas measures.
ures. measures. f v -'.
Deputies of both the, govern government
ment government party and. the opposition
stood up and cheered when the
results of the unanimous vote
were announced.
The law struck for the' first
time at the heart of th centur-les-old
system of licenced 'pros

titution, which ms its roots

deep in the Japanese social sys

tern.-' v
.Japanese authorities have long
segregated brothels in certain
districts on the principle that

"what cannot be suppressed

should be controlled.'!- ,.... r
These districts and their girls
were often part of the songs
and literatura of' their era.

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