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PANAMA, R. Fi THURSDAY, MAT 2, 1957
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Fronllsr Fi3.1t Costs 35 Lives Anc
Nicdrpguq-Hpn d u ras Ruckiis
May BIow Ud Into Full War
MANAGUA,' Nicaraarua, May 2 (UP) A 50-year-old border dispute between Nica
ragua, and Honduras threatened today to blow up into a full-fledged war, V 1 ?
If M ii viimvi viai""i
Nicaragua said 35 of its soldiers were killed
frpops and planes; ' S-
' Honduras' warned its civilian population srgainst possible air attacks by Nicaragua.'
, V President Luis Somoza of Nicaragua ordered a, general mobilization 'for tho
Jegal defense of our northern frontier."
... 'i if' r ii i if"tf' ii 1 1 im'hh'' ii, i -a Ji f '' 'it.-'r';j''-'f V!;-''..fr-a .-
, Th second-highest eord for
trfic through the fm
wa et during AprU it was an
height when tha transit for the
last day of the month were added
to the Running total for tha SOday
tmnsit. While thw figure i below
th. .Ut-e li of. o hrpe-.,-
ir ) t.
per ( ,i v.
cd ', t pf t-em
1 S.'-. Gov em-
April Wa 26.0
1 a r g e and
small vessels i!.aing April was Ml.
. Si" i i j follows.
xnis w uiuivo. --
with-a comparison of figures -for
he preceaing. mouu.
of 300 tons or over ? ? 7J
Ocean-going v.a., :,;:
SmaU'U.S. Government and
Somoza said a superior a force
of Honduran soldiers supported
by five airplanes attacked a Ni Ni-caraguan
caraguan Ni-caraguan national guard patrol
at Mocoron betreeni 3 a.m. and
Thirty-five Nlcaraguans "were
killed, two captured and the rest
fled, he aald.
' The attack lame Just 13
houra after Brlr. Gen. Anasta Anasta-le
le Anasta-le Somoia, the President's
brother and National Guard
. head, called off an armed forc forces
es forces alert 'en: the grounds that
Honduras was seeking a peace peaceful
ful peaceful solution to the dispute
through .the Organisation of
President Somoza said Hondu Honduras
ras Honduras a'so captured a- Nlcaraguan
radio station at Mocoron.
-He said that the Nitaraguans
wilt take up arms to repel the
Honduras aggression, and asked
the citizenry Its patriotic coop
eratlon at a time of trial.'...;.
'th it :Jc i t-'.i tit pra'ye
(or. "those who cued In ti. ful fulfillment
fillment fulfillment of their duties when
they were treacherously mas massacred.
sacred. massacred. ty highly u p erlor
planes and forces," j,. 4:;
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' Thousands cathered last night
in the national stadium to join
the reserve forces whicn wiu.
back the National Guard,
Radio stations here-had been
on the air throughout, the night
broadcasting bulletins .on the
President's meeting with Jiis
Planes were observed In action
thia morning and volunteers
were presentlntr themselves to
the National Guard. '
On U S Flight
A A streak of bad luck which hit
I Marine Corps outfit during ita
rocont stay at Coco Solo, has fol followed
lowed followed it back te the States.
'From Miami came word torfav
that 2nd'Lt. Donnell A. Scherer. 24.
disappeared : Tuesday morning on
a mgnt from the Canal Zona to
His flying mates, men from the
3Z4th Marine Attack Sauadron bas
ed at Miami, today were .'still
searching for him oVer the Carib
bean south of Jamaica. ;
- The outfit spent one month at
Coco Solo in April durlnf which
'lime four pilots died i and three
wtre forced te abandon their
sripplod pianos during routine:
Many pirered tne use or cars allv camo horo tab. B.r i'
ana irucxs to iransnon irooDS. "i-n tr.s.ir. .-j i.u
Funds for defense were being
raised by popular subscription.
OAS Uhy Send
To Trcubls Zcne
WASHINGTON. May 2 (UP)
The council of the Orranitlon
of American States (OA ,1 me!
m em?repnry' session -Jor.thi
second time in two days to eon
si er ac on. on the Honduran
Nicarhguan border dispute whl,ch
icaragimn Amoassaflor uut uut-llsrmo
llsrmo uut-llsrmo fcevilJa, Sacasa said ''had
cou the lives, of. many Nicara
He said he would but. the
facta of the ''Honduran attacks
Bj.nnr raachin. t.h anltal tfo the eOuncll and let Jt d.
from Leon, Granada apa oiner -" vu..-;
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Ccslas Ley Tovi v
' The-' disabled "British" frehter
Horang. whiw.r gutte by
tow irou- --
?a7u7 from the Moran Towing
f ornoany of New York is expected
Arrive at Cristobal, tonight, ac-
'I;:- f 33 men. i-
cities say that many were Join-.
lng, the military services. 1 -.
President somoza in a drama-
tlo broadcast -from the' presl-'
aentlal pautce this morning said
the country faced an Inescapable
obligation to defend the Integri Integrity
ty Integrity of Its territory and he had
therefore ordered, general mo mo-bllizaUon.
bllizaUon. mo-bllizaUon. r --..
Leaders of other parties fol followed
lowed followed him on the radio and de declared
clared declared their support
Ih. ahV leaves here to-i
tesol "hen she Jv u n0ui.
torrow. (Th crr ":-!T.n su
ed at tn vow hlTi, disabled!01 removing brass fittings from
unco uio - water rauceu at the school last
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La Boca School
To Face Trial!
Two cases, one involving' A
burglary at the La Boca Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School, were bound
vr for trial in the UJB. District
The defendants In each case
are in Jail awaJtint trial.
The La Boca burglary Involves
a 28-year-old Panamanian. Mar-
cos A. Herrera. who is accused
InformooV soar doelar, that
it u pMaibl tho OAS would' ao ao-point
point ao-point MHMMal ortaa of on-'i
1' ujtatin" to 0 to tko trovblod
' immaalatalv.. -iv ".
It is understood that the body
would, probably be made ud of
represenuLtivea from Brazil
Argentina. Mexico, The United
states, and possibly three or four
oiner una memoer nations.
Usually reliable sources aald
it was most unlikely that the
foreign ministers of OAS coun
tries would be called as provid provided
ed provided for in the 1947 Rio de Janei Janeiro
ro Janeiro inter-American treaty of reci
procal assistance,. -,vv .
th yesseL .l?il- Sunday night.
Tike Hoperange was """ Ball of $500 was set In
Japan ana ao j" ..case aiter proD Die cause
On Official Call
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? Col. Charles O. Bruce, health
director of the Canal Zone rov rov-erntient,
erntient, rov-erntient, is scheduled to arrive
In- Washington.. D. C, today
where he will spend a few days
on Official business.
s While in Washington he win
idve a series of talks at the In Interagency
teragency Interagency Institute for Federal
Hoaltai Administrators on the
sublect.' The Budget as an ,Ad ,Ad-mlrastratlve
mlrastratlve ,Ad-mlrastratlve TooL" Bruce la a
member of the faculty of the
tr.n.it about a monta u
when violent fire broke out in
S. egln room. About 1 220 tons
of soggy soy beans -were taken ou
So msel at a Balboa pier te pre prevent
vent prevent possible jexplosion. The rest
of the .000 ton cargo remained a-
board the sup ana wui
charge in a gulf port.
The tew Job to Texas ia xpect xpect-d
d xpect-d to take between 10 and 12 oays.
' It wast.esumatea inai
t to the ahip amounted to ever $100,-
Jucfge Rules -NoSlccping
i Urier Furnace'
-tr ivrtt v ViVi fUP Tom
jtescott was-homeless todav he he-fiue
fiue he-fiue a rouit nsled he could not
WP noder th f:rnsees of a oteel
rr 31 year We eo'.t had dodged
(izVwatchmen ti rrturned each
:eht to tho itri. U tunelj le le-t
t le-t rests he fumarei I -re. The steel
cant ODOinea a (r n oroer sj-
feg be no kjntr t
was msftute. which convenes twice
found In th Rlhrt Marii. a ar.".
trate'i Court. -.; I Earlier this week the health
The second case was that of director was m Medemn. co-
. training maneuvers, and loft oar
ly this week after participating
in Pporation Carib-lx.
-, The mising pilot, : Scherer 1 of
Denver, Colorado, was reported
flying a single-engine plane with
a twin-engine' Marine Corps Craft
which lost contact In a bad weath weather
er weather front, about 75 miles south; of
' Naval and Coast Guard units
from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, were
joined Jby Scherer'i squadron
mates in an air and sea search. j
Scherer planned te- marry an
f a a r n Airlinat stewrrfs,
'TKaraia (Tarry) Jariynka, 24, at
. bar homo in Ambrirvdga.Pa., on
Juno U The coupl mat about e
The. tearful "Miss. Jsrjynki, near
hysteria, cancelled her work fkeht
to Detroit, lrftt night in erdejir ,to
wait for word on the. search. j"
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yuen-jnu r u a y,
An open and shut risvv mart
ed the calling of the civil dock
et in District Court at Ad Ad-con
con Ad-con yesterday. .: v-'
Since none of the '-veonle In
volved in. minor civil court ac
tions' appeared yesterday, the
session was opened, t-and then
closed without anv cases v beinn:
called.;-, t, :. -t
It was the fluletest day In' a
long while, court circles remark
ed today. ., ..... ; f ,.
' A MEETING at the home Of
Vice President Temistocles Diss
by leaders of three factions of
the National Patriotic Coalition
(CPN), which elected President
Ernesto de la Guardla to office.
was reponea tooay Dy. La Hora.
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The tabloid said: the meeting
between leaders of the Partldo
Revolucionario Autentlco (PRA,
union popular and Diaz' Liberal
Doctrinarlo was the result of a
series of preliminary talks be
tween the three disgruntled fac
.11 Panama America com comments
ments comments today on-, the 'small
number of workers and spec spectators
tators spectators who attended yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's May Day labor rally at
Santa Ana Plaza, as compared
to the droves of workers who.
gathered at the President Rex
mon racetrack yesterday.
Yestterday's crowd at the new
racetrack paid no admission but
bet total of $99,000 a record
for the' ten-month-old track: It
was the first time In approxi approximately
mately approximately ten years that, as much
money had been wagered on the
Police Judge Reyes Tafton of
Nuevo Emperador, Arraljan,
has been sentenced to one
month in Jail foe abnsint; his
authority, La Hora reported to today,
day, today, La Hora said the sentence
was handed down i by Fifth
Cimiit Court Judge Temisto-,
lea de la Barrera because Lev--.
s had arbitrarily sentences:
Salome Amaya t 15 days in
Jail withent jast wtmUfy'M
Aenorctins' in the tabloid i DlA
the administration of president
Ernesto de la Guardla and The
Permanent Legislative Commit
tee of the National Assembly
have ironed out their cufferene
es over the issuing of decree'
taw.,A;.j.,. ir-:4:svy' -v.
Agreement was reached at a
meetlns: held Mohday ? between
president de la Guardla. a num
ber of his advisers and members
of the Legislative committee.
' Roberto clement, s e 1 o s e
friend of President de la Guar
il waa awnrn In yesterday
acting mayor of Panama City for
ten days while Mayor Jose Cajar
Escala pays a visit to Jlew Or
leans as a guest of the city. :
Of PC Utterly
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Chairman Herbert Bonner of
the House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries committee suggested
that a sub-committee be named
to examine the possibility of an
alternate route across the isth isthmus.
mus. isthmus. 1 ...
Bonner emphasized the "splen
did relations we have with the
government oi jranama. 1
He added, "Personally I ao not
expect any dlff lenities," .V
Potter replied auiCKiy "Nenner
do I, sir." .',..
Potter appeared before a spe
cial subcommittee considering a
bill that would implement cer certain
tain certain provisions of the 1955 treaty
between Panama and the United
States a modernize their relai
tions. ";;' ..v-.. J
- ..-The hjiagoiit siaM
larltf of Panama and Sues -i
earn close to the end of the
bearing when gheehan wanted
to know what plans were Joe Joeing
ing Joeing made Jn case the Panama -Canal
should be taken ovr.
- Potter told the committee that
the' United States had agreed to
turn over certain lands to Pan
WASHINGTON, 31ay 2 (UP).-Gov. William E. Poller, of the Pan-. ;
ama Lnal .one today told a House committee that he believed a
nasser-iike take-over of the ranama Canal was "utterly unfeasihle.'-
, Potter was osed by iep.'Jimofhy 'P. Sheehfln if a
Ponomanion fNasser" miglit;not arise to "take over the
nnvernmnnr hv lnnf 'ir illnnl'mann "X.1'"!. "
1 Pntror r.nVA ko 11a iL Tl'b H16 AUantlc side of the Isthrtius;
Potter replied .that he hod greot faith, m the: Pana-LT Potter testified that the canal
nullum pcupiv wnu bvnstuervQ ine vanai an inregrai por
of their economy and take a great interest m the Canal's
company and the ; canal Zon
government would spend about about-$7,500,000
$7,500,000 about-$7,500,000 in providing new eon
struction of facilities now located
on land that will go to the Re
public of Panama..
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Young Army Wife
) Pan-1 Pi l If-
ama that were to be no longer UIES 111 TIOIDIldl
needed for IT.S irovevnment nur-J ,..!".
Doses. . .
The Hotel AHer lleincrrliagl
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.' An rArmy man. was fined a total
of $50 today in the Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court for causing an acci
dent on Frangipani Street and
then failing to report it.
The defendant. 'Robert Louis
Stephenson, 22, was found guilty
on two charges, reckless driving
and failing to report the accident.
The incident occurred in Ancon
on the morning of March 30.-
Judge John e, iteming jinea
the defendant $25 on each charge
Involved In Minor
. For.-'bcmitvi-Ufi.- numlnor't-'dav
car accident yesterday, a Canii
Zone- policeman, 8gt. Louis nara nara-eri
eri nara-eri faced the Balboa;. Magistrate
shortly.' before -noon- today;- ana
was fined $10. '.I'-'i' ".- '"
r ,The; charge was -failing to keep
to .the right when pasisng.
; What; Judge John E. Deralng
called a Jutine traffic case, oc occurred
curred occurred in one of the blind corners
at the Balboa Police Station where j
a great aeai oi consirucuun wu
isi in progress, for the -completion
of a new sewer system, i.--
There was minor dsmsge done
to another police car.',: Barker
pleaded guilty to the charge.
Get 5 Years Probation. Must Not Molest Girls
Joseph H. Ash. 21-year-old Pan
amanian charged with receiving
stolen property. Bail of $260 was
lombla. where he was a drier ate
to the XI Panamencan Tuber
culosls Centre. Mrs. Bruce
set, and Ash is in JalL awaitfn;!wh accompanied the colonel to
trial. CoiomWn. wlU attend the Na-
He sUegedly tried to seth. a'tlorsU Flower FesUval In Mede Mede-gold
gold Mede-gold belt buckle which he knew 'llln before returning to the Ca-
was stolen property. nai cone on May 4.
A trio 'of Camp Bierd teen
agers who knocked down a club
plan collector in cruioDai ana
to) hla wallet, were placed on
five years probation yesieraay
by U.S.' District Court Pudge
Guthrie F.. Crowe.". .-
Hooker. Carlos M, Gomes-and
Antonio O. Dudley, were found
guilty of robbery and sentenced
to II months in the pen each.
but this was suspended ana
they were each, put on proba
tion....,' v v. ,. -
One of the conditions lmpoa-
ed by the Judee was that the
youths do not in any way bother
or molest ,two young girls who
appeared In court to tesiuy a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst them. . t
The Incident occurred last
Nov. 24. but the case faced con-'
slant continuances due to the
lack of a court reporter. The
bovs were out on $50 ball each
Orieinaltv ball had been fixed
at $350 bat this was reduced to be heard.
$50 because of the time lapse. In
calling the case.
' -The boys were in a group, of
boisterous -youths hanging a a-round
round a-round near the Camp Blerd
Theatre In Cristobal, according
to evidence introduced- in court.
The collector, an eiaeny Ja Jamaican.
maican. Jamaican. Arthur Miller, had Just
finished picking up some mon
ey for his furniture, company
which nnerates a Club plan
when he was attacked while
crossing the railroad tracks near
14th Street, going into colon.
While five vouths held him
the three who were charged
threw him to the ground and
took his wallet after threaten threaten-in
in threaten-in ty H!l Miller. -J
They crabbed the wallet
which contained about $25. and
ran away to divide up the spoils.
Two younc girls wno watcnea
the- incident were called into
court to testify yesterday. They
were so frightened, tt was re
ported, that they -could barely
Me if aiano ami assorted atringiiTetss spirit of its "blue skies andjliked K op there so well that' they
!rtve forta soniy wits- usvy iraaisra sunsnine. eui rar uie ra-ne nai reiurn u in. -NICE,
Frsnce (UP) Here, Crockett." Th music e e m e d iters, the weather was rainy al Theo be sijrju'ed for the Riy Riy-where
where Riy-where the blue MediterranesB mnrr geared for snarchirt thaniof topcoat persuasion. Not a bit ers style show to begin. It must
iy doc. euiee
BOdels d d they
disturbed by the revolt of the ele
ber us et t
SBA.tea it eel.
s'r.ke tl J c
hinn, he J.
siehs sweet and low at rwie door-;linkiig, but the
step on the fabled French Kmers.-best. ?
S group of distinguished Amencan I
editors came to the fruiuHi of; SKow Tholr
tbeir desire ro study bfe sbrosd I.
in the round. I Thr editors are barnstomiiig the
They witnessed a bikini bi thins tnurst cr;'sU of Eurore on a
suit show. iTaa lAmencio Airways tour in gene with s this day. Th wea-
. jhirl the tourism boards and ther is moat unseaac-naMe, but, of
R was Enropeaa culrure more chambers of cmmere bav neen'cour, there is aa explanation for
or less the raw. Th editors it rams to iw tfieir rn. on
absorbed curte a btt of SL and Cse freofk Rivtwa, tSe Chamber
apparently they approved. Tfcey'of Ormfnerre known as tKe
s:.re." and wita
d s'eco there
r to him of cav toe demonttraUoa aa oa-j"SyT est v-
uon. som" res" 7
pot worked i However, r-erhsps the were s er,t il'f
r-rns 3enerli piiud.cg tS-e music. Whi'e he rrov.i of e
v'r ke uot Vnrfels flunk around the y-' rv- er deo t -t's
ce id vi.,-nt d'"iT roTi r r!ivi"i f-.iri AH t.ke
-r. fares, 4 cor,:-.ec!al tj-p er.ifra- a r ; '
meats, she plump snd cheery may
or stood ep st lunch, ss la the
went of favors, for a welcome
It is good, he said, to Tree such
people of influence sn4 intelb-
thisj untimely dew from the skies.
Paris LOcod H
he reported that the Bikini has
changed very little since it first
came out. ne urn mooei seemed
te b wearing a danling smile
tnM not much else.
The editors also studied econom economic
ic economic conditions st the cssin over in
Mont Carlo. They found the pro pro-ponirance
ponirance pro-ponirance of th gamblers to be
women, and there wsi not a smile
oa a fsmbling face ia th whole
varr LemDlo l odds.
Thv sought out the day mana-
Grg visesrayi smj a sued
Noticing this. Judge Crowe'
warned the three defendants
that he woud be fvery severe
on them u they in any way tried
to molest the witnesses.
I win consider it a violation
of one of the terms of your
probation, he told the trio aft after
er after passing sentence, "if vou bo bother
ther bother -these girls or threaten
Crowe acted on the District
Attorney's recommendation that
the youths be given a suspended
sentence and placed on probation.-
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Standard Rifle :
WASHINGTON, ; Msp 2 (UP)
The U.S. Army announced today
that it has adopted a new standard
rifle which will replace four pres present
ent present type of t shoulderiirod weap-
tns.'it win be issuea to.tne iroops
in loan A
In announcing results of a six six-sear
sear six-sear competition," the 'Army dis-
plnaed.that if rejected the Belgian
FN rifle used by Britain in favor
of i a 'Wespon developed at, tne
Snrincfield. Mass.. Armory; ine
nsw riflu ii known as the Tt.
It will replace the Ml Parana
fifle,' which has been u.sed smce
esrly 1938, the 30 calibre carbine,
the M3 submachine gun and the
Browning automatic rule.
The T44 is capable either of
fully automatic or semi-automatic
fire. Its rate of nrt u bdoui w
rounds per minute, ine Army n
said its new 7.ez miiumrar w-
triHir will nenetrate a steei nei-
met at 100 yards.
Because of the 'visit of the Oueen.him bat was the best gam and
a r Virii hw for s of Englsrvl up ia Pans, each pro-jwr.:r one personaur, pre pre-"Titers
"Titers pre-"Titers snd cH 'TiDce of Frawe f"t iis beM or- fen-i U plsy.
j. r-- Vrvle duct to that c.ty f-r the ojeen tot I r-ever gsmble," the snaaaier
-' T'-e Riviera w e Natural: te msroe said.'rer' 1. ."1 ooa't like it very
r ; i .-. a tr.e th Iiviera st its and they, !. ..
HORSEY SET Members' of Britain's Royal Family used a
truck top as a box seat to get a good view during the cross crosscountry
country crosscountry event at the Badminton Horse Trials In Gloucester Gloucestershire,
shire, Gloucestershire, England. Lewt to right are: Queen Elisabeth H; Queen
Mother Elizabeth: Princess Marearet. t-o unidentified women,
th Princess F.orai acd the Pule cf Beaufort, at x.gW
'. Mrs. Barbara E. Conner, young
wife of an Army sergeant, ,dic4
yesterday 'afternoon at Gorgaa
Hospital si i cerebral hemhorv
rhage from unknown causes.
Th22-year-old woman was ad admitted
mitted admitted to the hospital Mondv,,
snd was immediatply pWe't
me senovisly m l: t. ci f
flay. t 2:M p.m. .
Funeral arrangemntsTuve not""
been completed, but her parents,
Mr and Mrs. George 'Evans of
Las Cruces, New Mexico, .who
were notified of her death, arrive
ed on the Isthmus last night'-"-
In addition to her parents, and'
her husband, Sgt, Billy E. Con.
ner of the 516th Military Police
Platoon, she is survived by two
children Billy, three, and Belinds,
eight months. : v
Sgt. Conner, who has been here
since January 1955; resides at Quar
ry Heights. : :.- -;
Colon Food Progfanil
Halls Briefly As
The CARE Mission In Panama
has announced that effective toijay
the family feeding programs in
th city of Colon will be tempers?
ily suspended for a period of.ap.
proximately two weeks, whili" t
complete reorganization la aXXectt
During this period a central mrp'
tribution point will be organise
under the auspices of the Minis'
try of Labor, Social Welfare an(
Public Health and all future dis distributions
tributions distributions to the selected families'
will be mad from one locale in
centralised section of the eityj ;
The various civic and cbureh or organizations
ganizations organizations which have been so
helpful during the past year in
maintaining separate distribution
points bav been requested twr
turn all unused food to the CARS'
warehouse and to submit their lis
of fami'Ht to a Colon representa representative
tive representative of the office of Social W e 1-,
fa..' -' r
- Following a study and r-clasii!!
cation of thaw list in otrier 4
void duplication, the distribtfrlnni
will continue as before excenubat
they will take place from thfwno'
centra Hted location on a schedule
the will be announced shortly.
The decision to reoresnise th
fatniv program in Colon A it
reached following consultation b
tween M is Flsa ValH, Hw-fnp
of Social Welfare, and toK Clk.
the new chief of tha CARE ''.
noa ia nnsmi.
Th dead" Jxvfy of a snan V
wooing bi wa home fn t
T7niM State feoni Howohifu n
he take off the U. S. frri;'-,-
Steel Ar when she arrives h a
He ws ldentiret toXir i
v Stowkowski who sera- r
died of a heart attack on the
early this week.
Ship's re,. FilfoH snt r:-
Kav, saM tat StowVow.V) t ?
been bosnitalired in "onohiln "onohiln-Hn
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;.""- PECULIAR ITEMS
IJ'lfeT arom time to time during my years in the Canal Zone, my
a 41 -euriowty rtaiiy gets the better of me. At the present time there
' -'AMri-jeveral mighty peculiar items that heed better" answers than
i hvHan find in the newspapers. ,U t-,fJ..-,
! MVhis Idiocy of attempting to apply. the U. S. mtnlnrum
wage law to the Carter scrap loading atfair is one of
y.rtH i". them. Here you have a company incorporated in a foij foij-Uinf
Uinf foij-Uinf s.t Ajreign-country, loading scrap destined,, for another foreign
i ft -country on to a foreign ship and using foreign labor.
-t'OflV m. Where does the U. S. enter the situation?. Surely Ehe? latK
!? ot dock -facilities in the Republic pf Panama,. Which neces-
' 'JL. u. .... -r rara 7nm rinrlfS Is not B. BOOd answer:
tL'fT.4v J; All of this agitation for "equal pay for equaj worK. wnai
on earth is happening ngnt now .wemw
loralltv rate emDloyes are as overpaid for the work that
,.',. ..f,,.!!,, Hn ao thp tt s rate that supervise inem.
ii'.- "The dollar-an-hour minimum wage wouldn't hurt the
IS economy of Panama." Now there Js an understatement,
if I ever heard one! ?t -just m gnt n a iew
By' VICTOR R16SEL' i
r rom the l canyons' of Ne'
xorK s garment distrtcto to the
bleak Black Hills of the Dakotas
ana me plains ot Texas; laoor has
begun to ride herd on every strap
vote it can geWn the 1958 local
and national elections. ,t,
Off to an early round-up, flying
squads of labor's political special specialists
ists specialists are wasting no "time. Thpv
know the odds ar agafnst "them.
iney Know tnat tythis year's end
there will be an outay for laws
to count their 'money, tax-1 their
funds, guide their investments, reg regulate
ulate regulate their' activities, "expose"
their salaries and place their u u-nions
nions u-nions under anti-trust restrictions.
Labor leaders are willing to take
some of the bitter Dills. Da vee Beck
helped concoct for all of of them,
but they are not willing -to surren surrender
der surrender and operate under glass from
now on out.- i
f & the more than $50 million that Carib says Is going
W, Into the RenuDiic in salaries: u
wiSLr. Jii iaSn. tn another ouestion; Would there be a Re
SZZ public of Panama if the U. S hadn decided it wanted to
f "r ... .u. t..v.m... v an4 r"rtlAinnidi. tank A,:
' build -ft- canai inrougn wio lainmua w-:"..-":
: dim view of the idea? -' -
Another, far different "Wt tn Ul' mi.
' .nn rat nil TM- -Certain C1VIUUI.i1IU1AUji:.'..i":
lumwuxc "" "T. ---!--; i. ..f. malm B
of these "outstanding' ratings eelo.fJS:
retaries to the "brass"? fs hard to beveafehere
w . naraimns nrAund wnerrtne D1S
trict Court can't find a reporter on the Istttmus That
isn't the point I started out to make but rather to ask
the question; How do these ''outstany" ratlins get to
performance rating review boards if thetter are paying
any attention to the standards set up by jaw? .J'
a if via nfpurrrA in me that mavbe Franxie
" Lymon'i voice will change as he gets a little older and his
records win an wear oui, aiune; wiun j-01j a
the meantime we'll wear ear plugs and hope.
, -,v : .''Curious
A MTSTEET SOLVED
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s iTor some lime the writer has been mystified fey a situation
frit exists hi certain of the- Zone clubhouse restaurants The
restaurant we have In mind, Is one where quite a lot of ladies,
corns in mornings for coffee brjeaks, many of them holding jobs.;
. pv w... ys in TrM the.A lnriiei Will annear bare-
f inijn iuaiu,jr uil w .-- iVrr f
Aeggea, una oy mis is meani, .wiujuui-siwauis v
ft,VAlfc,arirtirf ;ft.r Varefnl studv. runs to about 90 per cent
C an irrirfavi th ladles will annear dlsnlaylng nylons,
male persuasior eouia not itgau j w. s i'tr, m"""' .-qulriea
qulriea .-qulriea brought the answtr. ; ,y 'f -(' y :
" 't aeems that Friday nylon display Is done to show the pub public
lic public that the ladies have plenty of hosiery and to spare and can
ma use of it at will. There is anoiner reason, ine iHaies
'-work are-'absent on Saturdays and Sundays, and as Monday
: So they're getting an early start
on the political iront.', rv
Since you can't- -win plurality
in a paoiHj Jsootn without time.
labor plans to .raise some-S3.200.-
wn ior ine nrst round of the light,
The AFL-CIO political strategists
decided at tneu mia-winter session
in Florida last February to try to
get a dollar from at least .20 per
cent of their 16,000,000 members.
inis would be a drive for volunta voluntary
ry voluntary bucks. If it fails, that national
AFL-CIO wants- each affiliate; to
do its duty and make im the dif
ference from Its treasury, h'v.
Some of this money already is
in uie ,1111. wim ii tne directors oi
labor's Committee on Political Ed Education
ucation Education CQPE;- will pay for 11 po political
litical political strategy session right across
tnff,couniry:--icdm the meeting held
in Boston's Hotel Statler ((Apr; 27)
to one schedule- for. toeur D Alene,
Idaho, next -June. ,4.
The second was set" for New
York Apr. 30 the other are set
for May 3 in Philadelphia, May 7
in Detroit. Mayl& la Los Angeles,
June 1 in Alouquerque and June s
in Kansas city.
Let me' interrupt this scheduling
for a bit here. The Kansas City ses session
sion session covers Arkansas, home state
of Sen. John McClellan, chairman
of the Senate racket-busting com committee.
mittee. committee. Byt the action taken by the Kan
sas City COPE session, we'll know
what labor's policy towards the
"Senate irrquiry really willvbei 'If
Seniy McOlellan at excoriated -by
this regional group, the country
will, in eliect, be told that labor
will wipe out the hearing if it wins
real power in the new congress.
If the session passes McClellan by.
we'll know that labor's national
leaders are wiling to take it. until
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WASHINGTON Their ; Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic coueagues don i xnow it,
but Kepublican members of the
Senate- itaoKets committee are
trying to cook up an investigation
they nope win embarrass tne lone
Senator who belongs to ine A.i'.L.
rai Mcixamara ot ; jklictugan,
democrat, a v
it's not supposed' to ben known.
but three Go? memoers r-lrving
Ives ot:Wew Yorjt, Barry Goiowa-
ler ot Arizona, and Karl Munat of
South Dakota held a secret stra
tegy huddle last ween in Ives' of
fice. Also attending were Goidwa
ters assistant, Dean Burch, and
Ives' son and assistant, George
, i ney agraoa ts Urge chairman
John McClellan, Arkansas Dam
ocrat, to investigate labor rdc
keteering in ,, Michigan. To'per
uado him, they will offerj evi evidence
dence evidence that certain Detroit unions
have mads s racket of sellina
'work permits to non-union mem-
. What .they don't plan to tell Mc-'
cieiian is tnat Mawamara's form
er union, Pipefitters local 63. is
one of the alleged violatoriti Mc Mc-Namara,
Namara, Mc-Namara, a Democrat, was presi president
dent president of the local, until he ran for
the Senate in 1954. s
By going into Michigan,' the Re
publicans hope to bring out. vari various
ous various charges that : might embar
rass McNamarai who ia also a
memDer of the Senate Rackets!
He was mixed up In a pinion
building, controversy, for -examole.
that could: be revived. His i local
defaulted on a $150,000 contract toj
buy a building that the former
owner had purchased 'for only 150, 150,-000
000 150,-000 three years earlier.
ihe Pipefitters lost 2 sno m
the, deal, and nine union members
era! judge. BarneV hid 'admitted
dabbling in the stock of. corpora corporations
tions corporations wnose cases were before him
in the Justice Department.
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, S.C., PHONENIX, ARIZ Thert
is no truth to the report, that Bob
Kennedy. counsel of the jionat.
Backets committee, will run for
the Senate in Arizona. Kennedy
first wants to do everything in his
power to help elect his brother.
Sen. Jack Kennedy of Massachu Massachusetts",
setts", Massachusetts", president of the 'United
States. Second, he wants to make
a name for himself and stand on
his -own itwo feet.v but is undecid undecided
ed undecided what course-to pursue..,
While be has talked, about run
ning for office -not in Arizona Arizona-he
he Arizona-he would prefer to run in his home
state, Massachusetts, where he id
well known and where the, Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy name is a political asset. He
might run ion attorney general or
even eovemor i of iMassohiiiH
or possibly for, Congress. He hasn't
made up his mind. i-i nti
H. HERBERT HOWE. BaulcUr
Colo.- You are right. Congress Congressman
man Congressman s Howard t Smiths Demnrrat 1
lives in George - Washineton'i
home town. Alexandria. V.. hut
he does not represent it jn Con Congress.
gress. Congress. The representative of that
district ,is Joel T. Broyhill, Repu-
demanding an accounting, I C I If j D A A HC
asm. ruiTER SEES)
BROADWAY; COMMUNIQUES t
lal itnother baro-legged cycle, Friday has been, .chosen as
-Taking It all in all It Is hot a bad lciea The saving m wie
wear and tear of nylons U conducive .toitprift, as it may be
seen -that steady use can make a npie-in rineciamuy ouagci.
But it'jnusi-M-aamiitea tn ii.uie iptupr wf uuim.mt.
nylon stocking factories would have to'emtoprcction;'
. : Observer
EESERVE OFFICERS' CONVENTION
We consider the recent Reserve Officers' Assoclatiotv'to have
been a farce. Unless there is some better explanation forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming than we have heard so far. the failure to advise mem members"
bers" members" of one service's caucus to select members amounts, to out outright
right outright disregard lor the ROA constitution t t f
We reservists on active duty believe that, attempts vby any
one man, demagogue or not. to dominate the association wilt re result
sult result In the failure of recruiting efforts.
t Unselfish National Defenders
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it hurts so th7 can.'tii thlmsetVaV
of th(Q-:ketst-4 ?r
ine next sessions are cauea ior
June, 12 in-, Minneapolis and June
14 in toeur t Alene. ine southern
conferences will, be announced lat later.'
er.' later.' -. -rf-,"
These will not be good bid V pop
rallies wiui a 'go"-MiiUt-there-anti:
fight" motif .'This is scientilie J?oli J?oli-tics.
tics. J?oli-tics. ..a Dor's political, researCiiers
nave tolu their national chiefs that
mighty few of their' members have
regieSiered. So COPE hopes to au
tomate. ,.; "(:
As the COPE flying squad talks'
wiui Uur icaue.s in eacii city, it
will tell tnem exactly how to set
up a new kind of central file one
such master list in every, city
CUfE wilt ask: all unions ior the
names, addresses ana family data
of eacn member.
Every single member will be
checned against the public list oi
eligible voters. Each not register
ed win be contacted at nomc or at
work. He will be contacted even
if he has registered, if his family
has not. ; s
Furthermore, there, will be a
women's section set up in every
city where there is a COPE unit
and a central file and these
women will aiso be useu ior poli
ticking. There will be special
drives for minority groups. All
this will be outlined by each spe specialist
cialist specialist of the flying contingent at
the 11 meetings.
What labor may lose in public
relations, it hopes to regain
through the most massive organi organization
zation organization of every voter on every one
of its union lists. It will be the
hardest-fought Congressional elec election
tion election since the Lincoln-Douglas de
An aeless war has flared a-
cross the pages-of the Satevepost,
Harper's magizine and ihe N. Y.
Times. The struggle finds the cri critics
tics critics allied against the rest of the
world .. The SEP essay .reports:
"Bruised artists and bankrupt pro
ducers have accused critics of
practically every imaginable defi deficiency
ciency deficiency except one. like baseball
umpires;; they are called blind,
stupid bums,-but even rabid op
ponents admit their decisions -are
throughly honest and unprejudic
Of course. Integrity ii a priceles
characteristic. It is the essential
basis of -criticism-. The, appraisal
of "artistic endeavors. However, re
quires, mors than honesty. Judg Judgment,
ment, Judgment, taste,---imagination, intelli
gence, diligence are equally vital
attributes. A sincere fool can eause
more damage than a crook. Ac
tually.' critics- are more: than um
pires. They operate as judges,, ju
ries and executioners. .'-wo.-?,
Mr. AtkinsonY testimony ; conti
nues: "in the theatre the Dower is
on tne stage; it is put there by au
tnorsj directors and actors. fThe
cWUcs can transmit tothe public
some' of the power, generated on
the stagei- Unlike? political dicta dictators,
tors, dictators, they have no- power ot their
own a,u seems to us the erudite
Atkinson is basing his conclusions
on a nu-ana-run pnuosopny. ; He
ignores the mathematically prov proven
en proven power of critics and disavows
an responsibility. With few excep exceptions,
tions, exceptions, the life-or-death of a show
depends on the critics' decision.
FinaUy,. wielding power without
son well knows, is the basis of no-
uacai aictatorsnip. , V i
. The contentions by Atkinsdit fend
The- mag'f essay i'addsl "When
critics wind up and throw barbs
into a 'play now, they take dead.
aim at-the. author or producer and
sympathize with the actors for get
ting trapped in the mishmash.".
While it is generauy true tnat
reviewers strive to bo sympatne
tic toward performers, the melan
choly fact js that such compassion
is superfluous when they .torpedo
plays. Jiindness is small comfort
to actors auer uieir :Bieunif
keta are destroyed.
H'$ SHRIMP IIIGHl
Critic Brooks Atkinson argues In
the N.Y. Tiraete: "People obsessed
with the illusion that it is the cri critics
tics critics and not the authors and their
colleagues who are responsible for
the failures will go on believing
that the eleven unanimously re
iected plays this season would
have been box-office successes if
the critics had lied about them, or
kept their mouths shut.
The Herald Tribune's Walter
Kerr echoes his' Colleague: "The
frightening power We're supposed
to wield is exaggerated." ;
The foregoing declarations are
vigorously debunked by critic
John Chapman who concedes: 'Un
happily and unfortunately.' two
out of three bad notices from At
kinson, Kerr and me csn kin 1
Kflrf thst they .are hsrdlv more
than innocent bystanders will un
doubtedly stun many of their bat
tered 'victims.". The fact is that a
critic is never a non-combatant..
The primary function of a critic
is to convey an honest opinion.
That function Occasionally compels
him to scorn the efforts of crea creative
tive creative artists. His scorn is an exten
sion of his judgment. His judg
ment can be right or wrong- but
it Cannot, be objective. 'The hand
that pulls the trigger not the' gun
is guilty; Of inflicting injury.
Walter Kerr contends Ini Har
per's magazine: "The newspaper
critic s obligation is not to the man
who has invested a thousand dol dollars
lars dollars in a project he hopes to make
a profit on; it Is to the reader who
has Invested 5 cents in his -newspaper
and is on the verge of in
vesting an additional $7.50 in a
theatre seat." ( v
Actors, producers and p I a y-
wrighfs are also readers of news
papers ai well as playgoers. A
man who holds the power to de deprive
prive deprive them of their incomes has
a certain obligation towards them.
Ths obligation consists of treating
them fairly. 'For in .the final ana analysis,
lysis, analysis, a critic's fundamental 'res 'responsibility
ponsibility 'responsibility is to his own, cons conscience.
cience. conscience. -, V;
Kerr, also writes: "Expectation
-I the way a. show- looks in? the
Sunday advertisements, sounds in
ths gossip columns, or adds up in
tne 'nunctt' aepartment ot tne
playgoer's brain is probably! the
only truly determining factor in
the success or failure of a play."
Expectation -is; oW' of those in
tangibles which means everything
and nothing. There i have been
some1 shows that -were), successful
despite adverse reviews while
other shows have, flopped after
gaining unanimous raves. They
are tne -exceptions, however. .By
ana large, tne) longevity and pros
perity of a show depends on the
critics'erdict.That is a fact ..A
fact can be analyzed or debated.
it cannot be evaded. ;
The aforementioned Mr. Alkin'
son reports:' VMr. 1 Kerr believes
tnat by the time most theatregoers
accepting responsibility, as Atkin4ate ready to go to the theatre they
nave lOiuy the foggiest notion of
what the reviews said. They ar
primarily motivated by other con
siderations--ythe; difficulty wf buy
ing ucucvs au; -a proGucuon ii au au-ficult
ficult au-ficult to ge.t lntft, they want to see
It), comments from their friends,
the names o stars, interest in
the subject' matter, the sound of
tne juiev'f- ',
Clearly, 'Atkinson is putting the
cart before the horse. Difficulty in
buying tickets, comments from
friends and ; interest in subject
matter are the consequence of
rave notices. Let Atkinson name
one tough-to-get ticket-show that
did not gain approving reviews,
"My Fair Lady"? ''South Paci
fie"? 'Bells Are Ringing? 'Guys
on1 rille0 44T srt a TiSjw'sj Yah-
m iiva a-t vo i wvii jls j sv vvut'
ney Into Night"
, One Of the nine Vem.ler f stkan,.
is responsible for arousing Repub-
uvau .wieiem m. Mcwamara s u
nion. -. :
,He wrote to 'feHt'lpfctriia Potter,
Michigan Repubucan, summing up
, ""u ssainsjncwamara
nu me ripeutters..vj, t
Pottar is running for ro-otsc-,
Mob naxf year; Aa Rapobliean,
hs faces a tough fight in a statr
whore Gov.., Harmon, : "Soapy" -Williams:
rtaa built uaoa Da.Ua!'
eratie organiiation wflich i his
!,, ft ..'i.. t'l'.-i
The Satevepost quotes the com
mon sense; of Variety's drama e-
ditor: "People unquestionably, are
paying more- attention to the ad
vice of critics today than ever be-.
fore. They want guaranteed hits,
and maybe you can't blame them.
The price of tickets has gone up
about fifty percent in the last ten
vears. but nroductlon costs have
increased nearly three hundred
percent. There's no such thing as a
moderate succes any more. Years
ago a low-budget play that got
lukewarm -notices could hang von
and build up on word-of-mouth re
commendation. If a show doesn't
click immediately now. the terri-'
fic competition for theatres will
force It to close In two weeks.
i What amuses us about the 1st
tempt, of critics to deride Heir
own power is that they are -their
own worst critics. A critic whoaas
no influence on readers is wasting
his time and newsprint. Ii readers
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; Potter saw the obvious posibill- tY Vr Vf VV
ty of knocking a hnl in urchin.. I "' - -V
t . . au.yiuftau i . ..f a j ,;...'.
that it is against the .Sneate's 'un 'unwritten
written 'unwritten rules to investigate a iel-
- --..uv mi agieeu, tnere tnere-fore,
fore, tnere-fore, to request a broad investiga investiga-n
n investiga-n lntibor "cketeering in Mi Mi-chisan.
chisan. Mi-chisan. The charges against Mc-
"",, woma men, come out ih
v,.0 course oi me i investigation.
Ives 'ion, Georgej suBeestf
TJ5e,ReiHliicans agreed t go to
McCleUan Vith the charges; about
Some Union allecT.dl
. V J marg
in? montn tor work permits.
...ir .H,.,u'1 Be purcnased jn
casv and the worker must sur sur-render
render sur-render his Receipt each month to
This investigation, the GOP trio
fhjfr W1, ie,d the P'Pentters,
their colleague, McNamara, and
the end of Gov. William.- n.m.
. : 'www-
v.auc powr in Michigan.
TAKf TWO ASPIRINS :ff
An organized lettr
paign by doctors, against the pro proposed
posed proposed Federal school-cnnstmrtinn
- wciuu vi-moni.; 10 exaspe-l
VkA .fas."- as a . I
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THI OLDEST A rami E TBI AMIUCU
fhS AMOtlCAX WOSU.D AiXWAYf ST ITEM
, " -J ni, Uf I
' repeatedly readinv tha-. h-.i
I, iguiucnu auvui me alleged
vuiismuuonauiy oi ut school
proposals. ., ,
Metcalf. a former. ACruialA.
Ke of the Montana Supreme Court.!
wrote back to one: 7i
of a doctor that Federal aid to sdu-i
cation is unconstitutional- J
y medical opinion as a law lawyer,
yer, lawyer, a former a tsociate justice of
the Supreme Court of Montana,
and a member of the House com-1
mittee which has had this matter
up for four years, is that you should
take two aspirins for the headache
7 are getting, worrying about
ths constitutionality nt nrnirram
which predates our constitution."
nnjninm UN PIPKLINE
A Federal grand1 jury in Tren Trenton,'!
ton,'! Trenton,'! N.J has called for tha r.
ords of drug firms' which sold
Salk vaccine to the government.
The Jury is probing into the pecu peculiar
liar peculiar manner in which fiva
aH charged practically the same
price to the American ouhlir Thi
could be a criminal violation nf
the antitrust laws..Ex-Con?ra.
man Victor Wkkershaia of mil.'
homa, the big real estate dealer
defeated for reelection last Nov November,
ember, November, has been canvassing form former
er former colleagues in Conrress t ri
niowey for mere real estate deals
- Congresmaa Mannis Oiler of
Brooklya is ouietlr lnolrin mm
the out-of-court settlements of an antitrust
titrust antitrust cases agreed to by the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration during the
past four years, especially those
invoking A. T. T.
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Stanley Barnes, former brad rf
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THURSDAY, MAT t, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY XEWSPArES
Negroes" Call For Boycott Of Movie Houses
Following Forced Segregation 01 Minister
J GREENSBORO, N.C. 'April 2
!(UP)-ttegroes called for a boy boy-'cotr
'cotr boy-'cotr of Greensboro movie houses
'(;'' .todav because a minister of their
i xace was ordered to a Jim Crow
y balcony when he presented his in in-"'Vitatinn'
"'Vitatinn' in-"'Vitatinn' tr. a nreview of "The Ten
r !" Leaders described the move as
a 'i nhandi-tvoe" resist-
anc. patterned after the bus boy-
i cott ar Montgomery, aw.,
i I. K.kivui mn finally Victorious
' when the Supreme Court order
y V' The metropolitan population 'of
,. :r.rsMiWn inrlndine all -of Guil-
- ford county, is 190,320 .ol which
.97 9 .sr. NpctrOPS. i.ThlS "WaS WW
- first such protest m uu
.- considered moit liberal ; racially
'. than-its neighbors. t' i
'' The leader' of the theater boy boycott
cott boycott was Dr.; Edson Edmonds, pro pro-fatcnv
fatcnv pro-fatcnv t inrininev t Bennett Col-
' lege for Negro Women here and
'" head of.tne local unn oi
tional Association for the Advance-
meht of Colored People.
i va TTrimnnU lirpprf a NeCTO aUOl-
-ence-Sunday night to'no longer
v" continue to- pay, for segregation
; with our ;recreation.;.ine numma numma--
- numma-- tion should certainly not be at our
own xpense.'r -...-?-
Axhe college professor said today
7 tnai nis sujskosuvu w
jt ct..,i,ui. lu l r ; 111 t"
Singer Micki Mario
Wins Shiner Atfer
Follies Of Her Own
y 1METKT YORK (UP'.'Ziefeld
'. Fotties" inge-r Micki Mario
nursed"7 a 'shfnejr and a ;" bruised
face today, because of a couple, of
lollies of her own. i -,
1 Miss Aarlo; who js appearing
on Broadway in the latest resur resurrection
rection resurrection of the 'TolUes,''v said that
hef first mistake was to trust "a
r nice charming guy" she met at
. party ia, tie. early morning jours.
Her second mistake was to al allow
low allow the gallant gent to take her
home ia a cab. And her third was
to takes him. nip on his offer to
carry her packages up to ner
16th-floor" apartment. f
Once at jier door; Miss Mario
said, the "gentleman", got -"frisky"
and when "She repulsed ; his
advances,- he gave her a sock in
the right eye that set her on her
ear. Her, screams brought, the
manager of her hotel and: sent
the -man tunning." j
. Miss Mario was admitted tq!a
hospital Tuesday and shortly .al .alter,
ter, .alter, the ."nice charming i guy"
f", caUed arid .apologized. She: said
she hadn'tdecided whether. she'd
brme action aeainst him. but she
would be out of the show format
-at two Week and it would cdst
with ''deafening applause."
think the movement to stay
away from the local theaters will
grow strong and be united," Ed
Edmonds said .the "stimulus"
thab prompted his request for the
boycott was "the insult paid to
Rev. Melvm Chester Swann Sr. at
a preview of the 'Ten Command
ments.'"-' "t 1
"The theater manager" sent' out
invitations to the Greensboro Min Ministerial
isterial Ministerial Fellowship for a preview
to the movie. When the Reverend
Swann presented his invitation he
was asked to go in another door
and to- sit upstairs at the back,"
Swann also' was confident the
boycott-' will be- a success.'. He
said he refused to see the 'pre 'preview
view 'preview on a segregated basis but
that "unfortunately several JNegro
ministers did. -.-".
? f'Seventy-fivet per eent of; the
colored- patrons of segregated the
aters in ureensooro are couege
students. Swann said.
"The' student have decided not
to attend. At Agricultural ana
Technical College (a Negro school
nerej were1 is a piace vtj
movies and Bennet 'College for Ne
gro Women students have pledged
to join the passive -. resistance
Rev. Swann said his wife, Doro
thy, received a. "threatening tele
phone eall", shortly. after the Jnei-
''Somebody called and said he
was a Reverend Thompson. "My
wife told him I was not at home
and the1 caller said 'well tell him
to" be careful...they're after him
and he better fcave.town.'." v
Neil McGill, manager, of. the
Carolina Theater, would -only re refer
fer refer to his comment carried in the
Greensboro Record that the tnea
ter'waarsimply following pQlicy."
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' Auxlll-' ary, i. e itudy In concantration ai the pint an American' Leejde pappy
n Gav.-W. I.. Potter. Marilyn,, who. b: Hie-daughter ef Mm. Francaa
6ilay, praiidant ef the American legion Auxiliary, Department ef the
Canal 2"an, opened the drive which begins today by sailing the first
poppy ta the Govarner.. J
BEIRUT.' Lebanon May 2 'fUP)
Lebanese Foreign Minister Charles
Malik, on American determinit on
to oppose Communist penetration
oi m jear Jtasi; . ;
"One can only hope that this de
termination will persist and mil
bear fruit in the near future."'
( MIAMI BEACH, Fla.' Lester
Lee; 56, on hearing over the tele telephone
phone telephone the voice ,of his Smother,
whom he had though' died 22
year ago; 1
"It was like a
voice -from- the
V CHICAGOVke President Rich Richard
ard Richard i M. Nixon, on President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's vacations r m
, "He owes it to himself and the
nation to take time off V keep
himself in the best mental and
. NEW iYORK-PfOtestant evang
elist Billy Graham, in a statement
to a national magazine Newsweek
on the Rev; John E. Kelp's advice
to Catholic to stay away K from
(jranam s meetings: - :
"The Catholic Church v. has al
ways been as friendly and as tol
erant as their-church taw win al allow
low allow them i'.1. We welcome Catho Catho-he
he Catho-he leaders and people to our meet
ings even though It is impos
sible for them to give official sanction."
Supreme Court Rules Orphan CCzz?
Must Admit Negroes In Spite Of 7i!l
' -jivic teW; K
WASHINGTON. May 2 UPl
The Supreme Court ruled today
tnat Girard College for orphan in
Philadelphia. X an ell-white school
for boys--musfc. admit. Negro titu-
dents. ; T-
The' court -said in a short un unsigned
signed unsigned xerder..,;. that 8e '.'board
which eperates Girard, College is
an agency of the state of Pennsyl
vania.", as such, it said, refusal to
aamit two Negro, youths "wax dis
crimination by the state." .
The action reveriMl the Venn.
sylvama Supreme Court which
ruled last November that the boys
William Ashe Foust and Robert!
Felder had no .constitutional
right, to admission. 1 ;
lleed"On Wlll f
The state court based its deci decision
sion decision on an 1831 will- be philan philanthropist
thropist philanthropist 't Stephen Girard which
stipulated that "poor, male white
orphan children" .were to benefit.
Tht Jiigh ..court cited its famed
school de-segregation decision, on
May : 17, 1954 and sent the case
back to the state eourt "for fur
ther proceeding not inconsistent
with mi opinion." .
, The court, in whet' amounted to
a. defeat -for the Justice Depart Department,
ment, Department, also -ruled that aliens un
der deportation orders msy not
be compelled to answer questions
about communism by the attorney
general. T J
' It upheld in a 4-to-i Version
lower court finding in favor of
'alien who was jndictedTor refus
ing .to t answer question about
The ruling, delivered i Justice
Felix Frankfurter said, questions
directed .to aliens under superv
sion must,, be confined.te- those
concerning the indivi(jujjj .avau
Z 1 Centlmie xAHvW
The government ha argued that
the restriction; would.Jfv the
alien free to continue the aetiw
ties for which h was, hing d.
ported. :"''-f y:'Ks'', j .'
wiutovicn,, iatner r nve, u
a nressman for the Slovenian.
English language newspaper Pre
aveta. The government want! t
deport him ; to Yugoalavia,
Wltiovicn i ws asKea, among
other things, whether he was
Communist party member" at the
time of the Questioning and Wheth
er he had attended -any- party
meetings since issuance of the de
portation order. v
Justice Tom Clark -and Harold
H. Burton dissented" from the high
court's opinion.' Clark said the de
riiinn murta tnai several inou
anil lln Cnmmunilt.. Who' hav
Wn finsllv ordered deported will
from -now on...bev unaer; Tinuimy
no statutory hupervision.
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THURSDAY, MAT 1,-1957
Each aetlca for Inclusion in this
, column shauld be submitted in
type-written form and mailed ee
-the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or- delivered
by bend te the office. Notices of
meeting cannot be accepted by
Club Meets Tonight
Seawall Mission in Panama, with
the 'auxiliary of (iamboa unio;
Church and Seawall Mission as
. After a coffee social hour,
tour thru the mission was made
The regular weekly bridge game
win be played at the Margarita
Mrs. Harry Butz. president at
uunnouse tonignt. Anyone inter interested
ested interested in playing isv cordially invit
ed to join the group. -
the meetine. The theme for the
day was "1 Have tome That They
May Have Life and that They
may uto h -hvi 'nuuiiuwiu
John 10-10. Special Musical selec
tion by Mrs. Artnur oxeary, ria ria-nist
nist ria-nist and irfrs. Nellree Smith vocal vocalist
ist vocalist were, enjoyed. Mrs. Fiske, guest
speaker, gave a most ; interesting
tauc on foreign in Laim America.
Highlights were given by dele
gates of churches represented
Mrs. Jacobspn gave the budget re
Officers elected for current year
ana installed by Key. juaiawin were
president Mrs. J. A.; Snodgrass,
Oamboa. first vice president Mrs.
Harry .Butz. Margarita; second
Vice president Mrs. W. C. Meiv
chant. Balboa; recording secreta
ry. Mrs. Clarence J acobson: corre
sponding secretary Mrs. tiUbert
Le; treasurer Mi, jamea A. jaa
ble. : v;r..
GHX OF THE YEAR Miss Maragem Branham, president of
Alpba Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, has been named Girl
of the Year by her Sorority. The announcement was made at
Beta Sigma Phi's Founders' Day dinner at the Tivoli Guest
LADIES OF THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS FETE ;
FIRST LADY OF PANAMA AT TEA PARTY
Th ladies of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to 'Pan 'Pan-ana
ana 'Pan-ana irave a tea party Tuesday afternoon at the Hotel El
Panafn in honor of Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., wife of
th President of Panama.
Ambassador to France
Te Deaarrure ;
Th Ambassador of France and
Mrs.t Lionel Vasse gave a dinnnr
last "night at the Union Clu'o in
honoftof the Panamanian Ambaa Ambaa-s&doai
s&doai Ambaa-s&doai to France and Mrs. Ortego
Vietoj who will soon be leaving for
Paris; ; j, , a x
The yietos wereValse- guests of
honor Rt a dmneCgiven Monday
night.br Mrs.- and "'Mw.nls "'Mw.nls-Chambonett
Chambonett "'Mw.nls-Chambonett at their home. f
' f ; -v. f
For Ambassador, of Peru
Dr. and Mrs.iDctavlo "Fabrega
entertained Tuesday evening at
dinner at their residence as a des
pedida for the Ambassador of Peru
in Panama Don German Aram bu burn
rn burn L. and Mrs.v Aramburu who
are leaving goon for Mexjccv
86th Stml-Arihual Maetlnq'
Of Panama radaratlon t
Of ChrUHan Service . ;
The 86th 'Semi-annual tneetlnrel
the Panama Federation for. Chrif-
tian Service was held recently at Mitchell, Ituth Hoka,
Beta Sigma Phi
Has Founders' Dav
Dinner At Tivoli
Golden roses and yellow gladioli
were used as table decorations for
the. annual Founders' Day pinner
01 Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, which
was held at the Tivoli Guest
House, Friday night. 4
' .The Alpha Chapter were hostess
es for the evening, with Marauem
Branham, their president, officiat
The program began with the No
tional Anthem and the oDnins; ri
tual. The Beta Sigma Phis ; grace
was spoken by Ann Maioney and
after dinner the sorority's choice
of Maregem Branham as Girl ef
tne Year was announced.
Ruth Hoke and Alice McGann
made anniversary speeches, each
speaking with sincerity of the
aims and purpose of the sorority.
itutn Morris read the Sorority
poem and Maragem Branham read
a message from the founder of the
society Mr. Ross. Betty Boyer
gave the pledge and Doris Leeser
gave a toast for .Beta Chapter and
Margaret Capps made a
Uuest speaker for the evening
was Jean Bailey, who told the his
tory and background of some of
her writings, and read poem from
her new book, "Panama Pattia"
to the group. ... r -This
was followed by. the dosing
h Members !",who attended'were
Ruths Morris.jMtrio Greene;-Jean
Coffey.VAnna May" Butler. Boots
Historical Society '
Will Meet In Libra ry
Of Balboa High School
The May meeting of .the Isth
mian Historical Society which was
to have been held at the Tivolil
Guest Hnnsfi. will take nlaca in
the Library of Balboa High School
on 'Tuesday. May 7. at 7:30 p.m.
There will be two topics for discus
sion: the first. Customs and Posts,
will be taken by Mr. Crede Cal
houn and Mr. William Taylor, and
the second, Canal Zone-' Stamps
by Judee E.I.P. Tatelman. Elec
tion of officers for the coming
year will take place at this meet
ing. All meetings of the Society
are open to the public. t ; ; ; '
MEMBERS OF BETA SIGMA PHI Shown at the Founders' Day dinner held at the Tivoli Quest House last Friday are the fol following
lowing following members of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority: from left, to right seated) Alice MciGann. Doris Leeser, Kay Klontz, president
or Beta Chapter and their Girl of the Year: Maragem Branham. president of Alnha rhantAr their am r th var Mar.
caret' Capps. Betty Boyer.t standing). Kathleen Huffman. Bonnie MurrelL Mlckev Mnnrfl Wrtna Rnwtr inn Malnncv Tarn
Morse,; Elaine; Payne,, peggy Holmberg, Bobbie Balburnle, Dolores Jacome, Eileen Wilson and Frelda Allen." ':"-y-c!. '-v ry
Gann, Doris Leeser, Kay Klontz,
Maragem Bran h a m, Margaret
Lapps, uetty Boyer, Kathleen Huff
man, Bonnie Murrell. Mickey
Aioore, dna Bower, Ann Malo-
ney, Fern Morse. Elaine PavDe
reggy uomberg, Bobbie Balbur
nie,- Dolores Jacome. Eileen Wil
son and Freida Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Emilion Cadet en
tertained at their home in San
Francisco de la Caleta on Satur
day in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Har
ry Casler. who are leaving this
week for Caracas. Venezuela. Mr.
Casler who has been Attache and
Public Affairs Officer with U.S.I.S.
is being transferred to the Embas
sy in Caracas. V
Mr. And Mr. Oolosby
Entertain With Cocktail
Mr. Thomas E. Oglesby-vice
toast for President and general manager of
vompains ranamena ae t uerza
y Luz and .Mrs.1 Oglesby honored
guests and delegates of the first
Accounting Seminar of the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Companies of the Ameri American
can American and Foreign Power Company
group being ield. in Panama this
week with a cocktail party at
their home in Bella Vista Sunday
-- -.' i 1 J.ic1i,i.
(Continued on Page ,V7 '''
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growth of a new music- for a
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Music" an excitina 1 and diver
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musical heritage. which is a-
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Written, by, GUbert Chase, a
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The complete list of new books
and their authors released this
week by the library follows:-JVort-jriction
Man In Contem-
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versity: standard and Poor's
Selectine Stocks to Buy for Prof
It. Both: Creative Sewing. Bane;
Best Cartoons from Abroad.
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Aluminum, airdsall; America's
Music. Chase: Jazz. Hodelr: Ja
Dan. Ottizes;: cnanes jsvans
Hushes and American Democra
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United States in History, snqt-
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Brlnton: Under Dog. Burnet? A
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Ticket for a Seamstltch, Harris:
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Martin: A String of Blue Beads
Oursler: A Call for Dr. Barton,
Seifert: Knoclc and Wait a While
cnuaren's book Fortune
Hill. Cheneyr A Song in Their
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Middle. Lattimore: Wings in the
Woods. McClung;; The Case, of
the Smuggled Huby. McOuire:
Window 'for Rosemary, Vance;
The i Golden Dictionary.. Wal-
pole: Fun with Science. "' Free
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WASHINGTON, May 2-(UP) -A
federal judge today suspended
tne perjury sentence of Mrs. Ma
ne ivatvig, a turnabout witness at
a 1955 Federal Communications!
commission neanng. Tne judge
criticized the FCC for subjecting
sucn an "unstame" person to bar
Mrs. Natvig. a tcrav-haired Mia
mi grandmother, aesttfied first
that Edward O. Lamb, newspaper
yuuuwn ...auu uiuautasier seeKing
renewal ox a license at urie. Pa.,
was Known to ner as a communist.
She recanted the testimony on
cross-examination,, saying FBI and
FCC investigators had intimidated
ner mto giving it. 5
Convicted on three counts nf 1v
ing during the cross-examination.
sne waa sentenced to eight months
to two years in jail but 'waa free
on oona penaing appeal,
Today, she went before Judee
Alexander Holtzoff to insist that
ner original testimony was correct
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auu ui sua icuauiea 11 omy Be
cause "i was nut under a verv
Holtzoff said he was amazed by
the fact the cross examination
lasted six to seven "days and went
into every detail of "her entire
personal life." 1
Such a harrassing' cross exami
nation, he said, would have; been
impossible in a federal 'court
where the rules- of evidence re requires
quires requires all testimony, to be rele rele-vant
vant rele-vant However;' he said;wthe 'fCC
makes its own rules and he can't
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THURSDAY, MAY t, 1957
Britain's: Scheduled H-Bomb Test
Series' In South Pacific Postponed
LONDON, mat 2 fUP) Two
London newsoaDer said yesterday
the schedulttd spring; series of
H-bomb tests in the South Pacifie
have been postponed.- One sug suggested
gested suggested the delav was caused by
political considerations, the other
' by "technical trouble's.''
' An official 'gDokesman for the
Ministry of Supply,? which is re responsible!
sponsible! responsible! for atomic research,
refused to. comment on the re
ports:- carried, by I the ; Evening
News and theTPaily- Express,-
It wa& hoted ttat no precise
date for; the tests" had been an announced
nounced announced and therefore 'it was
hardly proper to suggest there
would be any postponement.
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However," it was officially con confirmed
firmed confirmed that Sif William Penney,
chief of Britain's nuclear weapons
developmentrwouW fly to Austral Australia
ia Australia June 1, some two months ter
British warnings were issued n
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' ATLANTA (UP) Twenty-eight
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Koinonia Fsrm near Americus .to
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tive secretary, of the -Georgia
Council of Churches
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acts at the controversial farm.
target of recent shootings- and
rock throwing by unknown per
sons. The' statement said "action
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Opening lead 7
r "Southe, two no-trump bid was
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North had Indicated no strength1
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West managed to work outran
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made six v';-"i
Before going any further see if
yoif can figure out how they
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: West opened' his.? fourth best
diamond ana sou tn, won ast s
jack with iile king. -A-club was
led toward dummy. West ducked
(the proper play) and East ducked-
(the wrong play).
A heart was led and the lack
finessed successfully. A second
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club was led toward dummy and
now West got in the' act.: He
went up with the king. East's
singleton ace overtook the king.
At this point South's contract
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South, won wtih the .ace and ran
dummy's three remaining clubs.
East was now demoralized and
let a couple of spades go where whereupon
upon whereupon South was able to make all
the rest of the tricks.
1 The worst play of the hand
was East's failure to wln the
first club. He had nothing to
gain-by ducking and see "What
he lost. .,
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Army Signal Officer Retires
After 29 Years Of: Service
Col.. Edwin O. Early, outgoing
signal officer, Headauarters U.S
Army Caribbean, x was nonorea
at a retreat parade at Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton "Tuesday evening. unon hi-
retirement from the XJ& Army
after 29 years of active and reserve.-
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Following the review the cid-
onel and his wife were honored
at a reception at the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Officers' Open Mess.- -.
He and Mrs. Earl and ; their
two children. Patricia. 9. ; an d
Penelope: 6. will make their
home In Panama City, Mrs. Earl
and her two daughters will vis visit
it visit for several weeks In- Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi before returning, to Pan Panama
ama Panama City, for residence
Earl 'has been In the Canal
Zone since 1953. coming to the
command 'from Headquarters
Fifth Army. Chicatro. Illinois
where hev was deputy G-3.
Born ? in Nickerson. Kansas.
Earl was' graduated from Kan
sas state College, in. 1929 with
a bechelor of science desrree In
electrical engineering. The pre previous
vious previous year he received his re reserve
serve reserve commission as a 2nd lieu
tenant In the. U.S. Armv Coast
During the next 12 years he
NOTICE TO FIAT OWNERS
The technical inspector from Italy
will be in attendance tomorrow
z v Friday May 3.
MOJORES HULL, S. A.
PADS F1V5? v
worked as an electronic engineer,
for such- companies as Westing- .-,
house. GeneraL Motors and Ste-
wart Warner. i
He was called -to active duty
In 1941. and -served In the
French-Morocco, Tunisia. Nap-les-Fogia,
Southern France campaigns
during World War II. 'He later,
served two tours k of duty im
Greece as adviser for both mil military
itary military and civil telecommunlca;
, .'V- r
Earl served in the Joint War
Plans Branch. G-3. at the Pen"
tagon. Washington. -.D.C., frogj
1950 to 1951 as a member oi tne
General Staff Corps.
The colonel has been awards
ed the American Defense -Ser"c
Tiui7 mcvait musubcui wot" up1.
iweaa.1. uuinmeiiaauun luuuva
with Metal Pendant. European-
African-Middle Eastern Cam
paign' Medal. World War II Vic-
torv Medal .and the National
Service Defense Medal. He was :
- r i i i i
awarded the Greek. Distinguish Distinguished!
ed! Distinguished! Service Medal personally bf.
His Majesty King Paul of Greece
He plans to continue :worlr 111
the field of electronics. .
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Social and Qtli
Capt. And Mr. Nik
i" Leaver For, St. Petersburo
Capf. and Mrs. Henry E. Falk
left by plaae early this morning
for? St." Petersburg, Fla., whre
they will make their home.
lThe Falks were feted at many
'-rties before leaving. Capt,
3 "lk's pilot-colleagues gave a ga-
!Ia "cocktail-buffet at the American
Legion Club, Friday night and
Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Hearn enter enter-1
1 enter-1 tained at "Amador Dfficers Mess
i in their honor on Sunday.
Of Balboa Woman's
Club Next Wednesday
' The annual May Luncheon of the
Balboa Woman's Club will be held
on Wednesday, May 8, at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama at 12:30. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations may be made by calling Mrs.
L. M. JRuppel at 2-4353 or Mrs. H.
J,Quinlan at 2-3736. AH ressrva-
' Hons 'must be in by Monday, May
- Auxiliary Helps,
Id Folks' Homo
.. The Ladies Auxiliary, of the
Fleet Reserve Association Branch
N. TT has fulfilled another project
With the handful of active and
eligible members they have once
Iji-jnore made a happy holiday for
t (many univriuuaies iuc ufu uiivo
ihome of Asilo de Bolivar which
has approximately 400 inmates and
fve children and Is run by one,
priest and-eight nuns. r
The members of the. Auxiliary
held bake sales, collected clothing
and raised money in every man manner
ner manner they could devise. Private ar articles
ticles articles were provided for each in inmate
mate inmate and each member donated
colored eggs, bread, and also
made up Easter baskets for the
At Christmas time last year, the
LAFR A, undertook the project of
-providing xor me via touts ana
have kept up the good work to
make Easter just as happy. Food
and stores of goods were provided
to keep them in stock for many
months to come. Nsedless to say
each project has left many a
member weary and tired, the re results
sults results have brightened many lives
and has added another chapter to
the Association of a job well done.
t;ontinned on fg. 7
l Spring Is the Ideal time to moke
new fishing lures out of old Christ Christ-mos
mos Christ-mos neckties. ".
Had Seven Slogans
For May Day Fcle
WASHINGTON (UP) Romanian
Communists had 77 May Day
slogans to help them celebrata yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. '
The slogans adopted by tho
central committee of the Roman Romanian
ian Romanian Workers Party were record recorded
ed recorded here from a Bucharest broad broadcast
cast broadcast intended for home consump consumption.
tion. consumption. Beginning with "Long Live
May Day, the international day of
solidarity for all those who work,"
the slogans include;
"Warm greetings to. the great
Soviet people, builders of commun communism,"
ism," communism," :
"Fraternal greetings to the
working people of the Mongolian
Peoples Republic, builders of so socialism."
cialism." socialism." "Long live the struggle of the
wnrirf forces nf neace for the re
duction of arms and military
strength and for a ban on the pro production
duction production and testing or atomic and
hydrogen weapons." ;
: "Working people of the oil and
chemical industry, develop 'ener 'energetically
getically 'energetically the exploration for the
continued increase of the father fatherland's
land's fatherland's oil reserves; give high
quality products; increase the pro production
duction production of fertilizer, dyes, paper
There was even a slogan for the
"Fraternal greetings to the
working people of capitalist coun
tries who are struggling iqr peace,
freedom, democracy and: social
ism." ",-: a'
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Kixon Defends Aid
Program Against :
Altack By Jolcnj
WASHINGTON, May 2 (VP)
Vic President Richard M. Nixon
said yerterday that "not 1 dollar'
has been spent bp the administra administration
tion administration on foreign aid unless It
bolstered the security of both this
country and the recipient nation.
He defended the aid program
against congressional "giveaway"
cnarges in a welcoming speech to
delegates attending the 45th an annual
nual annual meeting of the U.S. Chamber
Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass)
also warned against reckless and
indiscriminate cuts in the admin
istration's new 14,400,000,000 for
eign aid budget, which is one of
istration's new $4,400,000,000 for
eign aid budget, which is one of
the prime target of the Congres Congressional
sional Congressional economy bloc.
Kennedy, a member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit
tee, told the delegates that such
cuts would injure this country's
national sec-L-ity ana toreign pol
Nixon said a substantial cut in
foreign aid would force an in
crease in this country's own mill
He told the delegates there has
been a "lot of loose talk to the
effect that the national adminis
tration is gleefully giving away
four billion dollars of the tax
payers' money to undeserving
foreigners." He did not identify
the source of the "loose talk."
But he: said that three-fourths
of foreign aid funds is used to
build up the military defenses of
American allies .and tho remain
ing one-fourth to strengthen them
in otner ways.
Turning to domestic issues, Nix Nixon
on Nixon said "there has never been
a time in our history wben -our
prospects for progress and pros
perity were better. s
He said the current tremendous
growth in population is "laying
the foundations for economic
growth that will dwarf even our
present high standards."
Other speakers Before tne
chamber included Postmaster
General Arthur E. Summerfield
and Chamber President John S.
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Rodman, impactlnf pormiasl, Shsrp rolievaa Capt.-William B. Tucksr who has commanded' tho Rodman Station for tho post thraa yean and it
rotiring with tho rank of poar admiraf. Formerly assistant chief of staff for administration, headquarters 5th Naval Disrricf.' Norfolk, V Sharp
recently was awarded tho Philippine Logloa of Honor. for outstanding service to Hit Philippine government whila commanding tho IfHOmarino'
Nautillus during Worid War II. . (Official U.S. Navy photo)
Divorcee Shoots? Roommate
During Argument Over Man
SPARTANBURG S.. C. May 2
(UP) Two roommates went to a
drive-in last night and started
arguing about a man. Suddenly,
witnesses said, a shot was fired
and one of the; women stumbled
from their: automobile while the
other kerjt nullinc the trisaer un
til her putolt was empty. i
The victim, shot once as she sat
in an automobile with the gun
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woman and several more times as
she tried to escape, died in a hos hospital
pital hospital a short time -later.
City and county officers held a
six-foot redhead, Jars. Melton D.
Rogers, 28, a divorcee of Wellford,
S. Cf, in the death o( Mrs. Bybil
F0rd also 2s and. a divorcee. No
bond was set pending an inquest
1 Result Of Argument
Capt. Jack Fowler ;,, said the
shooting was definitely the result
of an argument over a man but
he said he did not know the man s
Mrs: Rogers made no effort to
flee after she emptied a .22-calibre
pistol Into her roommate, leaving
her sprawled in tne drive-in park'
ing lot, Fowler added. The women
were described as "good friends.'
According to witnesses, they ar
rived at the drive-in on the Spar-
tanbura-Greenvule dual lane nisn
way about 10 p.m.. with Mrs. Ford
Fired Mora Shots,
a f ' fo j k
About half an hour later,'
Ford istacaerod from the car, ra
several steps and fell. Mrs. Roe
ers fired several shots as she got
out of the car. It was not definite
ly established if Mrs. .Ford Was
lying on the ground or runnin
when the final shots were firei
Fowler said Mrs. Ford., appar apparently
ently apparently was shot, once in the right
side as she sat beneath the steer
ine wheel in the cap and 'there
were. several othr punctures
The captain said he had not yet
received a 2 medical, report and
couldn't say Which bullet -had
killed the woman. T h "'
The Distol had been fired "about
six times. wi he said. f V. :
Allen Holc,ombe,'' who said he
had stopped at the drive-in a few
minutes before the shootinc said
he saw Mrs.. Ford get out of the
car and "She was staggering wun
blood on her. She ran a few steps
and fell". ;y?
He said Mrs. Roges V'got out
the same car door andSI saw her
fooling with the gun like she was
reloading or something. Then, she
stood up and shot several more
times." . ;
College Boy Gels
For Killing 'Idol' ;
MURPHYSBORO, HI., May t
(UP A collese boy pleaded guil
ty to the involuntary manslaught
er of a football "Wei" today and
was sentenced to six months on a
prison farnv. t
Circuit Judte C Ross Reynolds
also put Fred Sinroll, 20, of Ster-
line. III., on two and a half years years-probation
probation years-probation after the prosecution
suddenly drooped its attempt to
convict the boy -on murder
Sinroll admitted he loaded a
shotcuo and placed it on his bed
wnoa n found nis roommate ai
Southern Illinois Universitp, Rob-i
art Batura, and a friend had made
a mess of his bedclothes. I
Batura, a 20-year-old star foot-
Dan ena xrom uanvers, jnais
asked Sinroll to point the gun
away from him. Sinroll refused.
Batura crabbed at the tun.' and
it went off, killing the football
Batura's wother, Mrs. Sophie
Batura, sobbed bitterly ever the
lightness of Sinroll's sentence.
I nave no more son, tui -nis
bey will always suffer for the rest
of his life for what be did to my
son," she said. "I wanted that boy
He was tucn aa Mm," ue oeaa
boy's mother said. ; "He was a
treat athlete in school and a great
SlnrelTo father Frank, conced
ed that bis son should never have
loaded- the shotgun in the Carbon-
dale, EJ., rooming Louse. But Ba Batura
tura Batura and SinroU were "the "rery
bert of friends,' he protested
State's Attorney WiUism wage-
way dropped hit attempt to ret a
murder conviction just as bvrou
started to testify. He said ht state
had decided it would be impossi
by the Spanish Residents in Panama.
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Tan fAJIAMA AJHERICAK ... 'AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAFKB t
41 KCompariies'lh'US Make;
$1 Billion Each Last Year
"NEW YORK, May 2 (UP) A A-merican
merican A-merican big business, riding the
crest of the biggest consumer
spending spree in history, finish finished
ed finished 1956 with a record 41 compa companies
nies companies doing an annual business of
one billion dollars or more, a v v-mted
mted v-mted Press Survey showed today.
j i ' -;
-A tnlnl of j-ieht' firms Joined the
billionaire sales ranks in 1956, a
year that saw the economy roach
J. o unprecedented; heights, yr
.The 41 companies rang up ag
f gregate revenues and sales-pi,
? $96,078,737,103 ia 1956, yhich was
V equal to more than $560 for each
man, woman ana cniia uvm w
the United States
t v l C7-v
The previous year these me
firms took in $92,708,236,866 while
selling everything from -pizza pies
to atomic reactors. ( ; i-
The key factor behind the
growth of the billionaire sales
giants last yea was the record
266 billion that consumers shelled
out for goods end services of all
The new companies joining the
Ward k 'Co..: Phillips Petroleum.
Pennsylvania Railroad Co., Proc
ter a Gamble Co., continental Can
Co. and Boeing Airplane Co.
The list of sales giants mirrored
the changes that are taking place
in our economy and also the rol rolling!
ling! rolling! adjustment that marked 1956.
The big threi," auto. manufactur
ersGeneral Motors, Ford and
Chrysler all suffered sales de declines
clines declines in 1956 as new car volume
slipped below the record high es es-t
t es-t a unshed in 1955.
1 The growing "emphasis on de
fense, particularly air power; was
reflected in the fact that 1956 was
the first year- in the nation's his history
tory history that three aircraft compan companies
ies companies boasted membership in the
i Boeing and Douglas '. both re
joined the list last year. General
Dynamics, a div ersified firm mak making
ing making airplanes, atomic submarines
and many other products, joined
for the first time.
' Earnings Decline
Of the 41 companies, the survey
showed that six suffered a decline
in sales from 1955. A number also
reported declines in earnings as a
result of the profit-squeeze that
developed last year.
Cvr.'wfT Motors again headed
nmifflas Aircraft Co., Gen
eral Dynamics Corp., Montgomery
billionaire sales ilub last- year ,e list. -despite the fact its sales
r. 4 1 urn-oft i n uen-. Ml im In
1955 to $10,796,442,575. It was fol
lowed ia order by Standard Oil
of New Jersey, American Tele Telephone
phone Telephone A 'Telegraph Co.! Ford Mo
tor: Co.. fireat Atlantic 4 Pacific
Tea Co., U. S. Steel Corp. and
General Motors also led the earn
tags parades reaping a total of 847
million after taxes, jersey stan standard
dard standard was second with net income
after taxes of 808 million.
5 f Cant. John TV. Bodden, former
! Panama Canal pilot who retired in
.: 1S40 after '7 years of service, died
U in hospital atf St. Petersburg,-Fla.,
Aoril 24, according to word, re re-II
II re-II ceived on the Isthmus today. He
J was 74 year of age,
' Mr.- Boddfn lived with his son,
J J "W illiam Ji in Tampa He was a
I member lathe s- Panama Canal
I Zane Association of St. Petersburg.
J i la WoW War. I, Mr. t Bodden
H served jMth the Navy, and: until
Newsman Argues Behind Closed Doors
For Return Of Confiscated Passport
."WASHINGTON. May (UP)
Newsman William .- Worthy, -who
defied a government ban to travel
to Red China, appealed to the
State Department today to re
verse itself, and grant him a new
Worthy, '' reporter, for the
Baltimore Afro-American, argued
his case before the State Depart
ment's passport office at a six-hmir-
rlnsed-door. hearinS. He was
accompanied by ; tw6 attorney
provided by vthe ; American uvil
Liberties' union,, .. j
' 'S '":'. -'-t -' -f'' '''t''t'i 4"''-
Worthy was on of three ; U.S.
newsmen who- late last year went
to Red China despite the State
Department's ban on Amencan
travel to the Chinese mainland.
The others, were Edmund Stevens
and Philip Harrington of jlook
. Applied For Passport ;
-Worthy- applied for a new pass
port after he returned to ; the
United States. The State Depart Department
ment Department rejected his application on
grounds he had acted in a manner
"prejudicial to the interests of the
The attorneys "with Worthy at
the hearing were William M.
Kunstler, who was assigned U the
case by the Civil. JUiDerues union,
and Rowland Watts, staff counsel
of the organization. :y''-:s',K -',v;:ii I
; Kunstler said the attorneys ar ar-cued
cued ar-cued that ; Worthy had not ;. used
the nassport to? travel to ea
China or on a latter, trip to Com
munist Hungary; Worthy took the
Dosilion he used the passport to
get out oi tne united ouies, ni
in enter the other nations.
- Worthy sauT Communist Chinese
officials asked to see his: passport
when he crossed from Hons Kone
into Red China, but added that
no visa was placed in the pass passport.
port. passport. Officials said ( the Chinese
Reds do not place visas in the
passports of persons whose coun country
try country is not recognized by the
- Pin "Worthy Down
Kunstler said State Department
officials tried to pin Worthy down
o s whether ne' would ooey any
travel restrictions which, might be
placed on a new passport. y
He said Worthy promised to
obey any instructionf'relatmg to
use of the passport'' out wouia
make no promises about where
he would travel without using the
Worthy's attornevs said they
objected to the hearing being held
in secret.- They said they were
told it was "contrary to policy
to, hold public hearings on sucn
matters and that the passport
office lacked facilities for open
hearings anyway. ,
The attorneys .said then' consid
ered the hearing fair, however.
Kunstler said he will file a brief
with the State Department in
ahnnt two weeks areuuiK that the
department's refusal to give Wor
thy a, passport violates uia "cc-
dom to travel as an inuivmuv
"but more important as ...mem ...member,
ber, ...member, of the press." ( ;
Today's hearing was held before
Ashley J. Nicholas, chief passport
legal orr. -.- ..,.,
Sociai and Oth
fa I'll'fll WW
Madge' Lecke k
Recital Will ,.
The Madge Locke a. Theatre of
Dance will present a dance recital
on Saturday- and again Monday at
the xflUyA, Auditorium, ine per performances
formances performances will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets may be obtained at the
door or from any member of tire
Theatre at fifty cents each. A spe special
cial special price of twenty-five cents for
children is offered for Monday,
May 6th, t V
in the Naval reserve with
.1 taank t9 llAlltAM.flt IlltlinP
f 1934 w.
' gradeHe was a 32nd degree Ma Ma-soft
soft Ma-soft We member pf the Masons
J aid al member of, the Masonic
? lodge,- r-JUJdAM,Tampaw
J I ' '' ''"'r u"
vi In "addition te his? ton William,
' Mr, Bodden is survived by anoth anoth-ij
ij anoth-ij jr on -. Robert E.. who is With
v th Merchant Marine, and t a
Service nd purial were lield in
TEDDY SNOW tROrV say$.
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Airlines Jump Gun
On US Gbverment,
Issue Safety Plan
WASHINGTON.' Mav 2 fUP
The nation's scheduled airlines
jumped the gun on the govern
ment today and proposed their
own air saiety rules tor tne worlds
most heavily traveled area the
"golden trianele" between New
York, Washington and Pittsburgh
ine proposed rules would eo in
to effect July 1, far in advance of
similar air traffic control plans
announced Dy federal officials.
The industry-pilots' proposal' was
drawn up by experts of the Air
Transport Association and the Air
line mots Association, the 12,000-
memuer pilots union. i
4 If approved) by the airlines in
volved and, the ALP A. Executive
Board, the plaiL would; :
' 1. Instrument Flight Rules
Require all scheduled airline
flights in the "triangle" to operate
on instrument -tugnt rules (it it)
above 9,500 feet, thus putting
them under monitoring' and guid
ance of federal air traffic control
centers." i'-r -v.
Ban "off-airways' flight in the
triangle for airliners flying above
9,500 ieet. This would put "every
flight above that altitude, into
federally-designated : airways,
Require e-ery crew flying the
"triangle" to file flight plans with
traffic control centers-for trips to
be made at a 9,500 foot altitude or
higher, .;' r
Permit pilots to fly tinder "visu "visual
al "visual flight rules; only when climb climbing
ing climbing or descending to and from the
9,500 altitude. (VFR allows pilots
to fy at any altitude So long as
vuibility remains, good and places
on them the burden of avoiding
other tramc.) , , J
beve 24,000 Feet ?
"Present' "Civil Aeronautics Ad Ad-ministration
ministration Ad-ministration rules require manda
tory IFR flights only for planes
above 24,000 feetl The CAA hopes
to lower the ceiling -to 15,000 feet
early in 1958 for the entire coun
try and for military and private
aircraft as welKas eomme-cial.
Tha PrflsiHpnt'a aviation facili
ties planning group has envisioned
all traffic above 10,000 feet as
operating in "controlled air
soace" bv 1965.- 5",
The ATA-ALfA plan; in effect
would sDeed ud portions of the
government's own air safety plans
affecting commercial pianes Dy.ai
least sue monthSiThe' industry-
pilot: group which worked out the
"triangle" proposal said the. CAA
could handle the increased num number
ber number of instrument flights with is
present ecuiioment and personnel.
The lorooosed "triangle" traffic
rules; represent a compromise be
tween the industry and the men
who fly its planes. The pilots
eventually would like to see the
9,500 foot celing tor "coniroueo
flights" lowered to 4,000 and to
require 100 per cent IFR for en entire
tire entire trips,. Including even takeoffs
and landings at nign oensiiy air airports.
ports. airports. ' i -"
This 'recltaf fis to nelo the world
wide charities of the YMCA-USO.
Merging Guild ,.
Of St. Luke Will
The Mormntf Guild of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke will hold a no-
host luncheon f the Tivoli Guest
House, at U:30 tomorrow.
f or reservations phone Mrs.
Fred Weade Balboa. 3193
1AWC Group 7
Will Make : ; ?
Ths Cultural GrouD of 'the Inter-
American Women's ClUjb has plan
ned a trip to the top of Ancon
HuTand a visit to Miraflores
Locks on Friday, May 17.
Those members i n t e r e s t e d
please call the Club Office at the
Tivili, 2-3465 or Panama 2-0518.
The group will gather at the Ti
voli at 9 a.m. on May 17.
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erinsr gath-erinsr where the crowd Is seated.
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Isn't so nice for the person seab seabed
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when you can ,. do so without
making others euss you.
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ni.f ..rs.rr .. Members of the tadies' Auxiliary .of th ; Fleet Reserve Assoclatio1 Branch
FLEET RESERVE LADIES No.' 77 are shown on a recent visit to Wold folk' home Asilc- oe, Bolivar,
,., ; r. RiAinon a.'rtce'nt trip'to distribute Easter ,Vifts and cheer to .the 4pqi jnmato.; s
HELP ASILO Dt BOLIVAR From feft-to right Mesdamei Margaret Wilburn,, 'Anna Sararna, PhyUia
Barker, a sister of the home' Ruth Leswing, Helen, Birth right, Marge Bedell, E.'Orr, Rose Hayes ind Cecili Ubben,
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' Mr, David Burlca give
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1 Prty giverv. In her honor
- at Mrs. Burke's home FrU
: ,J day morning. .''j1 4
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oglssby
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Blight of New-York! at a
cocktail party riven at the
I Ogtesby's home In Bella
Vista Sunday night. The
party was in honor of
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TKURSDAT, MAT 2, 1951 .
TEE PANAMA AMERICAN '"AN" INDtFENPttNT DAILY KffWSPAPm
r : Arrival of Jlew Cottons
Bubbling with new Fashion
- xcitemnt each Tailored with
toft i Feminine' Lines. ; v
. Cay, sparkling Beauties
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. P.S.: There is also a new assortment (
f; . of most exciting styles in Handbags
! .'.: white felack patent and all colors
' ; from 4.50.
J2-06 Central Av.
No. 11-60 Tioli Av.
Members of. the Arnerican Society enjoyed the Informal fun. of a splash- party and
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Veteran -Chalks Up 5th
Victory In Rich Race;
Favorite Chiroke 2nd
AGBIRRE WINS AGAIN (Top) Jockey Bias Agulrre pushes distance lovinjr Surumeno for'
all'he is worth as the horses pound down the homestretch nearing the finish line in tne
$15000 added President of the Republic Classic. It was Aguirre's fifth victory in Panaaia'a
' richest horse race. Odds-on mutuels favorite Chlroke is second, Opulento (against insjde
v' rail)) is third.- Some 25,000 fans jammed every section of the President Remon racetrack"
yesterday afternoon to see the most important annual horse race on the Isthmus. (Bottom
left to right) Ernesto Paris, a representative of owner Antonio Angulzola Jr.; Foreign Min-.
lster Aquillno Boyd, President Ernesto de la Quardia Jr., Aguirre and track manager Pablo A.
jt Thayer are shown at the trophy presentation ceremony. The Chief Executive personally
J presented the beautiful Peruvian silver cup to Paris. ;
Surumeno a-; strapping: Argentine-bred four-year-old
chestnut colt, was at his best yesterday and
received a bang-up' ride from supposedly "washed "washed-up"
up" "washed-up" veteran jockey Bias Aguirre to score by almost
four lengths over odds-on mutuels favorite Chiroke
in the $15,000 added one mile and one-half President
of the Republic -Classic at the President Remon
racetrack. v," .' 4 -''l ,,'";
Determined to Win Hard Way
PRACTICE CAME FROM
COCO SOLO SAILORS,,
f, By HfRBIRT MOISI
rrfnh3 i TTcin ft n
iqud of regular players and roo rookies
kies rookies trying to make the team, Ro-
dolfo Tom, led nu Manooro tex-
Chesterfield) team to an easy 72
to 39 win over a Coco Solo Maval
Station team that is just rounding
into condition after a long lay-off.
Tom employed his usual game
of fast passes and quick breaks to
out run a panting Sailor 'earn.
Breaking his. contingent into three
"teams, Tom used his much fresh fresher
er fresher players to good advantage. De Despite
spite Despite the overwhelming score a a-gtinst
gtinst a-gtinst them the Sailors played
J a spirited .game.
Marlboro looked -vjbitrusty but!
some bright spots showed among
the rookies. Especially brilliant
was Emilio Lazan on his shoot
ing. On the now important -re-.
luYimil nlv iHiinull and Ixwil im-
ovefsizeAinressed us- as they foughL rgrab:
bed but did not commit unnecs-J
sary fouls in their play. x
Tom will pick his team today
for the coming season following an another
other another pre-season game at Coco
With the season just over three
weeks before opening day, Marl
boro and GaUto are stepping up
their practices. Recently Ray Kam
of the Smoking Chicks changed
his practice schedule from two
days to three days. The new days
are Mondays, Thursdays and Fri
day. Marlboro will's practice on
Wednesdays and Sundays, the mid-
SANTA MARIA, Calif. (UP) A
record field of professionals has
been assured for the 1957 Califor California
nia California (State Open golf tournament
here May 9-J2. Accepting Invita
tions to compete in the 72 hole
event are former chamoions Smil-
ep Quick. Sell Eatofl, EllsworthJ'hoJter and' hotter.
Vines and Ralph Bloomquist.
. MILFORD, Mats. (UP) Ed Edward
ward Edward J. (Hotshot) Mayo, former
Detroit Tigers second baseman,
has been named a vice president
of av, ceramic tile manufacturing
company. Mayo played for the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers in the '40'.
week practice beginning at 7:30
while. the Sunday practice will
start at 3 a.m. Gallito practices at
the National Gym while the Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, a complete Colon Team, will
practice at the Abel Bravo Gym.
lis time the two' of you got together r-
you and y
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. The victory was -decidedly an
upset despite tne wo uin,i,
700 bet on .the winner. -v He re
turned a juicy $14.80. tdvwin but
oniv J4.40 place. ,Muiuis ii-,
rite Chiroke paid $2.80 place,,
A eulrre'a nerf ect ride aboard
the husky son of satrap-prjncesjj
Scarlett was, however,, tne oig-
eest sumrise of tne race, urns
had been In. the doldrums of the
worst slump of his 22-year riding
career: ln; two pre-classie races
he' failed miserably and was a
nathetic flsrure as the "experts"
shook their heads and nodded In
mute agreement that the once
"invincible" relnsman was fin-ished.)
'"The moment the bell rang
retting the field of seven
starters off in the classle, Bias
was a changed rider. Ht had
Surumeno, which got of f sixth
ahead of only Chiroke, up with
the leaders swinging Into the
homestretch the first time a
round. From there on he was
the old master enee more
When the field flashed past
the grandstands, Opulento led
With Surumeno a nose in fron$
of Melendez. Some four lengths
further back, Chiroke had eased
into fourth place with Mossadea.,
Empire 1 Honey and- Mimiendo
trailing In that order,
Midway down the backstrttch,
Melendeaauddenjy stopped and
Chiroke ihoved up te Join uru uru-mena
mena uru-mena and Opulento In a three three-way
way three-way battle. Opulento soon 'fell
back! and the head and head
struggle 16r thai : lead -between
Surumeno-'aea uniroar; .waxeo.
Buben "Caliche" Vaequei was
seen to go to the whip twice on
the turn Into1 the homestretch
and his mount failed to respond.
Surumeno under a' powerful
hand Vide- v Aeulrra then
took a commanding lead which
he steadily Increased In tne run
to the wire and was three-and-nne-
hlr leneths In front of the
thoronsrhlv beaten Chiroke at
th flninh. ..' -V v;
Opulento held on to fain third
Roberts, 0-3, 6cl$
Vole Of Confidence
From ilayo Smilh
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PHILADELPHIA, May 2 (UP)
The baseball world can birez
about the 0-3 record of Robin
Roberts but the big righthander,
a six-season SO game winner,
gets the rote of confidence from
manaaer Mayo Smith of the
Robbie's -pride, Intelligence
and competitive spirit will help
his climb from the loslnr ways
which clamped down on him In
his first three starts this seasoa.
Smith said. And Roberts will be
the first to v know whea to
chance pitches, he -added.
"We're not goln to throw him
away." Smith said,4 "We're not
goin to trade, him-?-
Roberta, for the first time In
the majors, droooed three baH
games wtlhout'winnlnfc one; Al Already
ready Already the untnvled holder of the
malor league record of elvlne np
t home run In a single season.
Roberts has been rapped" for six
In his three starts.
But Si"lth toM his forwn au-
jdlence that.. "Roberta. UU-U a
great mtcner. . .
"Things win change." Mayo
contlnued.'vThls hatpens fre frequently
quently frequently in .'the epri: to any
number of pitchers.; But thev
right themselves as the searan
'develops and regular rotation'
and work come up,
place, -five lengths' behind Chi Chiroke
roke Chiroke and three in front of the
late responding Minuendo. -i
Mossadeq, Melendeg and Em Empire
pire Empire Honey trailed in that order
at the finish line.
If ; the President's Classic Is
Panama's .: Kentucky D e r by
then Aguirre is most certainly
the Isthmian Eddie. Arcaro.
Like the great "Banana Nose,"
Aguirre has bow pocketed first
. piaee money fWe times Jn this
.event. l, 1
. Surumeno's 'time: for the 12
furlones was 2:34-- a full second
slower than the track record set
by Polemon.ln last year's Nov.
Tndenendenee Dav Classle.
Speaking of times,' debutante
Gouvernant-irated a: first class
sprinter in -Ills -native Chile
displayed real,' class i In coming
from far in the ,ruck to win by
one length and din. one-fifth of
a second off the previous rack.
record oi i:uu i-d neia Dy Aiier
Surumeno's owner was repre
sented at the trophy presents
tion by Ernesto -Paris who re
ceived the Peruvian silver cup
from President : Ernesto ,de la
Quardia Jr. .The President and a
large committee- arrived at the
track just before the running of
the big race.
Surumeno's trainer, Arturo Ju
lian, was also roundly congrat congratulated
ulated congratulated for his excellent work in
sending his charge to the post in
A-j. condition. ': v .:;f:i-
The 'Handlcan Dia del Traba
Jo '(Labor !Day)-was' Won by
Trlrreme which outlasted second
choice. Celestial Fire ta score by
t h r e e-quarters of i a, length.
Crew. Hill. 'the; favorite disap
pointed f here. Douglas Xorte
rode the winner. Trlrreme's 120
payoff were the day's best win
Next te Aguirre, the popular
Alfredo (Pan de Huevo) Smith
-was the No. 1 star at the race
track. He wear the $50 "Re "Retired
tired "Retired Jockeys Handicap" from
Bost-to-pbat aboard Rutilante.
Smith had the loudspeaker
announcer tell the public that he
wopld'win the race. Apparently,
the majority paid no neea De De-cause
cause De-cause RuUlante paid win odds of
$10. polizon, with Manuel "Mena
Mena" Arosemena aboard, fin
ished second and Maria cristi cristi-na
na cristi-na (Ernesto Campbell) third.
Guillermo' Sanchez, who took
both ends of the first double a a-board
board a-board Melrose and Oliver was
the only rider to score more than
When it's time for the finest
Four Roses Bourbon
CYRNOS S. A.
1 Melrose 15.88, 4. V
2 Remosada $8.80.
1 Oliver $13.(0, 4.
2 Very rood $2.80.
First Double: $54.48
1 Linda Sasy $3.80, 2.80.
2 Don Craa $$.,
1 Regis $15 JO, S.20.
2 fto Gallite $4.80.
. Qutniela: $29
1 Maria Stnardo 80.80, 4.20.
2 Joe's Fiddling $5.60.
" SIXTH RACE
1 Goaveroant $340, 3.40.
2 Grand Finish $4.60.
1 Mleh Irlpa $5 M, 3.40. :
2 Scintillation $3.26.
. Second Double: si5.i
r EIGHTH RACE
1 RatUanU $10,
I Trlrreme $20, 5.40.
2-CelestUI Fire $3.20.
? TENTH RACE
1 Sarameae $1440, 4.40.
2 Cklreke $240. V '
,- By FRED DOWN V
NEW YORK, May J (UP)
The Cincinnati Redlegs, who
won games the easy way via 221
homers last season, seem deter determined,
mined, determined, to do it the hard way this
year. ' .
Of f to a near-disastrous start
when they lost six straight
games to the Milwaukee Braves.
the Redlegs climbed Into a tie
for fourth place and within
striking distance of the Nation National
al National League leaders last night with
an 8-6 victory over the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies... But It took four
hours and 38 minutes. 16 Innings
and about 10 years off manager
Birdie Tebbetts' career to c c-complishthe
complishthe c-complishthe Job. j.
Wally Post finally broke up
the longest game of the cur current
rent current major league season when
he singled home two runs in
the top of the 16th. That gave
Warren Hacker, fifth of six
Cincinnati pitchers, his first
wia and the Redlegs their sec second,
ond, second, straight triumph ever a
team that held them even at
11-11 in 1956.
The Milwaukee t Braves held
their one-game lead In the NJ
when they beat the New York
Giants; 5-1. in 10 Innings, the
Brooklyn Dodgers routed the
Chicago Cubs, 7-2,; and the St.
Louis Cardinals pummelled the
Pittsburgh. Pirates, 0-2, in the
other N.L. games. In the Ameri
can League, the Chicago Whltel
Sox beat ; the Baltimore Orioles,
9-3, -the New York. Yankees
downed the Detroit Tigers, 7-4,
the Cleveland Indiana rallied to
shade the Washington senators,
7-6,, and the Kansas City Athle Athletics
tics Athletics "scored a -4-5 triumph over
the Boston Red Sox.
Roy 'V'McMlllan started the
winning rally for the Redlegs
with a single and pinch-hitter
Smokey Burgess also singled.
Johnny Temple sacrificed the
runners along. ana men post
came through with the game-
winning blow oft rookie Dick
Farrell. It was the second
straight win for the Redlegs who
had gone ahead, 5-3, in the. top
of the eighth and 6-5 In the top
of the 13th. KW;:
1 Warren Spahn, brilliant 34-won his thir ? straight 'for tha
jvM-uiu Buuuiuiw. Lurnn in nix snv ir nniinrn nivia uAn.AM s.
SJTlO KeU had fou?
eight-hitter asralnst the Rinntji
The Giants tied the score In the
ninth on Ossie v Virgil's triple
and Ray Jablonskl's single but
the Braves snapped the deadlock
when Hank Aaron singled home
Danny Q'Connell in the 1 0th and
Frank Torre and Bobby Thom Thomson
son Thomson 1 followed with, clinching
Don Drvsdale: 16 vhnm Rnahn'i
Junior, scattered seven hits as
tne. Dodgers ran their mode3t
winning skein to three staright.
Roy Campanella's two-run sin single
gle single in the first Inning helped the
Dodgers build an early 5-1 mar margin
gin margin and the tall righthander pro protected
tected protected It the rest of the way, it
was the sixth straight defeat for
the Cubs and their ninth in 12
'v Stan Musial smashed two
doubles and 42-year-old Walk Walker
er Walker Cooper homered to lead the
Cardinals 12-hit assault on
four Pittsburgh pitchers. Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard Schmidt gained his first
win while Bob Purkey suffered
his first lees. The Pirates now
have1 lost nine of 13 games.'
Minnie Mifioso knocked In four
runs with three-for-three and
rookie r Jim Landis walloped
three doubles to lead the White
Sox to their ninth victory In 11
games. Ex-Giant Jack Harshman
hits for Baltimore.
( Rookie Tony Kubek hii his first
major league homer and added
two singles as the Yankees turn turned
ed turned on Frank-Lary, who. whipped
'em five times last year. Lary
was knocked out of fhe game lit-
erally when struck on the right v
hip by a line drive iri the fourth
inning and was charged witli -five
runs, three of them unearn unearned.
ed. unearned. Reliever Tommy Byrne was
credited with the win: .,:
Vic Wert' two-ran seventh-
inning single gave the Indians '.
a close win after it appeared
they were an route to an easy ,.
conquest of the Senators be-
htad Herb Score. Score fanned
12 batters te the first six In-,
ninrs but the Senators kayoed
him in a five-run seventh that
put them ahead, 6-4. Ray Nar -leskl
pitched the" last two in in-"Ings
"Ings in-"Ings for his; third v straight
,Wi".i ff .;:V",.r T
Virgil Trucks, 88-year-old right
hahder, yielded only two hits. 1
6 2-3 innings of relief pitching
for his third straight victory of
the year for Kansas CityivGus
Zernial knocked tn x tHree run
with a. homer and a single and
Harry Simpson hit a two-run
homer for the A's -i while Ted v
Williams slugged his fifth hom homer
er homer of the season for the Red Sox.
7 LEADINCf JiTTERS
(Based on its Official at Bats)
Player and club f ab
Musial, St. Louis U 47
Hodges, Bklyn. 12.43
Hoak. Clnci. : 13 38
Thomas, Pitts. 13 49
AQCOCK, MllwaU. 12 41
Dark. St. Louis
Gilliam, Bklyn ;
r h Pet
7 22 .468
8 47 .395
6 14 -.368
5 18 .367
8 15 .366
II 47 10 17 462i
12 50 6 18 .3601
S'dienst, N. Y'14 59 10 21 456
Bowman. PhUa.' 13 48 8 17 454
Bailey, Clnd i: J$ 46 6 16 -34S
Chicago ir .
New York T
3 Vk TODAY'S GAMES
'Cincinnati at New. York
St. Louis .at Brooklyn (N) .-v
.' Chicago at Philadelphia (N) J
- jMilwaukee at.Pitteburgh (N)
i TUESDAY'S RESULTS -Cincinnati
6, Philadelphia 3
Brooklyn 10, Chicago 9
St., Louis 6, Pittsburgh J
New York 4, Milwaukee 0 .'
!- (10 Inninesv
Milwaukee 010 000 000 45 10 1
New York 000 000 001 01 8
spahn (4-0): and Crandall;
s -,...-.' j.- w L ,Pet.
go . . 9 2 .818
8 3 .615
7 5 .583
7 6 .538
7 7 .500
6 8 .429
5 9 .357
4 11 .261
, Washington at-Chicago
- Boston at Detroit ; ; v.
New York at Kansas City (N)
. lOnly games scheduled).
' TUESDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, Washington i
Boston 3, Kansas City X
Chicago 6, Baltimore I T ;
Detroit 2, New York 1 ;.
Baltimore 101 000 100S 0
1 Chicago t 101 200 41x 9 U
Barclay brlssom. (8)y- Surkontl Loes, Cohsuegra (7), O'Dell
n), Beamon (8) and Ginsberg; -Harshman,
Howell (8) and LoU
lar WPf Harshman (3-0). LP:
Loes (1-2), ;
t1ft II lm Inn.i lln -nrl
Wesirum; Thomas (8). Losing
pitcner, suricont (0-1). HRs: To
rre (1), Thomson
WllUams, Boston 13 50 12 -21
Fox. Chicago 11 45 8.17
Bertoia, Detroit 13 40 1 15
Simpson, K C. 14 55 11 20
Mifioso, Chicago 11 42
Kell Baltimore 13 49
Jensen, Boston 8 32
Mauch, Boston 13 53
Nieman. .Baltl." 14 51
McDougald, NX 12 45
Manue, N.y. ; .ia 39
8 15 457
S 17 447
3 11 .344
7 18 440
8 17 333
8 13 433
Chicago- L, 100 001 0002 : 7 1 2
Brooklyn 230 020 OOX 7 9 3
Kaiser.. Rush : (3). Lown (7)
and Neeman: Drvsdale (2-0)
and Campanella. Losing pitcher,
"Kaiser (01). HR; Banks (2)-
Editors COMRAOO SARCCANT
rSporUmin hermen BoaUmen ?f
Skindlven, Colfers, Tennig Players, etc
ABERIIATHY, $. A. SPORTI'IG GOODS
will be closed eTery Saturday evening -at
1:00 P.M. Cone fishing" t v
NATIONAL LEAGUE j,
Adcock, Braves ....... 5
Aaron, Braves ............ '4
Sauer, Giants ...... w.... 4
(Tea tied with 3) .'
. AMERICAN LEAGUE 4
Williams, Red Sox ,i 5
Skisas. Athletics 5
Simpson, Athletics ........ i
Zernial, Athletics .; v 4
Sievera. Senators ......... '4
Lollar. White Sox ........ 4
Skowron, Yanks .,t..., 4
RUNS BATTED IN
Jones, Phils . . ...i ,".
-Sauer, Giants .t.. .......
Adcock, Braves .........
Musial, Cards .......
J i -r .' -
Slevers. Senators .......
Tuttle, Tigers ..........
Lollar. White Sox
Simpson, Athletics .. ...
, (Four Ued with 10)
(16 Innings)-, -Cincinnati
021 000 020 000 100 28 18
020 001 020 000100 08 14
- Jeff coat. Sanchez (8), Gross
(8), Acker (10), Hacker (12),
Freeman (16) and Bailey; Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. Miller (9), Farrell (14)
and Lopata, Lonnett (9). Win Winning
ning Winning Ditcher, Hacker (1-1). Lbs
lng pitcher: Farrell (0-1). HRs:
Hoak t), Jones (3).-
St Louis V 000 003 0339 12 ; 1
Pittsburgh 100 000 1002 9 1
Schmidt, R. Smith (7) and
Landrith. Cooper (8); Purkey,
Kur.ava (8). Hall (8), Churn (9)
and FOlles, Kravits (8). Winning
pitcher, Schmidt (11). Losing
Boston ; 340 000 000 5 8 1
Kansas City 240 010 00x-r7 11 0
v Slsler, Porterfield '' :(S,' Cha Cha-kales
kales Cha-kales (6) and White; Morgan,
Kellner (2). Trucks (3) and
Thompson. WP: Truks (3-Q). LP:
sisier, (2-11. hks: Williams (5).
Zernial (4), Simpson ). J
(Washington: 000 010 5WS-87 8" 1
4 Cleveland 130 000 30x 7 9 A
Pascuaf, Clevenger (3), Schlff Schlff-lett
lett Schlff-lett (5), Brodowskl (6). Aberna-
tny (7), Byerly (8) and Fitzger-
io, vAmrtney ib, Beroeret (8):
score, mossi (7),Narleskl (8) anc
Nixon, Hegan (9). WP: Narleskl
(s-ui. u: Brooowekl (0-1). HR?
013 111 0007 10
200 110 0004 12
Ditmar: Bvrne (si and nr
Lary, Bunnlng (5), Abef f7, G)b-
ms ttk- mrA UAma r J w-u. a
(2-1) HR: ( 1-0) LP: Lary l-2.' HR: f u-.
Sai cm jw shAiM
0: fyjui Wm!; t
... If L
Spahn, Braves ...... 4 0
Gomes, Giants ..... 3 0
Harshman, WA ... 3- 8
Tracks. Athletics ... 3
Narleskl. Indians ... 3 0
wr or jusi di.ou xou cci
Keep Right On Going ;! g ;
From 6:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Ilr$ SHRIMP LIGHT
WASHINGTON (UP) Robert T.
from Lowell, Mi., hat signed a 1
15T professional football contract 1
witk the Wathinrtoa Redfkina.
Ready recently completed a enr- ff
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. PAGIC ELEYO.
BoutMith Basilio loBe Sugar Rdyis NexiK
HtlRSDAY, MAY 1957
Vith Left Hook
" By JACK CUODY t
Y Ray Robinson,- the -f ing' su-.
brman whose aevasiaung win
bok made Mm wrltl nuaaie-
eight champion Jor an mite mite-:dented
:dented mite-:dented fourth time, indicated
bday he will defend agamst
eiterweignt ruier uarmeu
lio in a-mid-July million-dollar
vri mm his spectacular
lmnrkout over Gene
niimM i the most elorious vic-
ry of hia 17-year career Sugar
ay said, 'Tllbe ready td match
y newfmataaor-Duie BtjMs -tinstBasilio
any timaythe mon-
The 38-year-old 'matador
lasted the buu-neckea duu-
houldered Fullmer to the can-
bis for a knockout &isr,zi oi me
fata round in Chicago Stadium
lefore 14,753 Jast night. ;
Fullmer.1 who had taken the
title from Robinson on a unan
imous decision last January,
(was hit m hard that he said,
f'l ever Knew wnat nappeneu
In nit until theV were telling ',
Sue in the corner I was count count-it
it count-it w X :';.'!
Sugar Ray, the 3-1 underdog
Ym ntlll nacked enouehdyna-
klte to kayoP4iltmer ;for th
rst time tun his-- career or vm
ffhts.; i such ah attraction now
bat promoters Jim "Norris be
eves ,tc neieuse i agayw iruggeu
lasilio. Another rwho never was
topped, should draw close to a
llllion dollars at ; New York's
ankee Stadium, probably July
S or 23; rr'J'rr'y'r
Robinson, wno' waa carefully
ISTHMIAN LITTLE. LEAGUE
By GILBEKTO BURTON
CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES UN UN-;
; UN-; :. DERWAY TODAY
1 s t h'm. i a n Little League's
Championship Series will begin
on Thursday, May 3. .First naif
schooled by ex-champion Joe
Louis while training for Fullmer,
changed the. pattern of his
fighting completely last night
when compared to his January U The hitters as they compare;
strategy. And the changes r r-couDled
couDled r-couDled with his explosive .left
hook won for him.
He shuf flea persistently to toward
ward toward ; Fullmer, but refrained
: from leading at him with left
jabs or straight rights. Instead,
he feinted Fullmer into lead
ing with ihis own charging,
winner, Elga, will vie with ec
and half winner, Mutual of Oma Omaha
ha Omaha In a two-best tournament ae aeries
ries aeries for supremacy.
, - "v .
i. Elga is slightly favored to win
because of its slugging superiori
ty. Omaha hitters, although not
quite as spectacular as the Elga
sluggers, have the ability to come
up with a much heeded safety in
the late innings, as proven by
their 2-1 victory over Sommers'
Sparks m their last contest.
. AB H Avir.
R. Carew 61 40 .656
I.Barber 65 '32 ..582
K. Evelyn 54 20 .370
If. Pacheco .,. t 44 .? M .364
J. Stennet n-4P,
A. Barber .. J7
A.'; Ellington ,, .13.
E. Hebbert 37
Ri Bonnick .y.-. .. 31
S. Dyer ... ,i ... 20
J; French 7 7-Ci
Ci 7-Ci Saintain . . 4
T, Jones t ,. 16
J. Richards 32
' MUTUAL OF OMAHA
warning Attack and then Ray
. countered him.; yrp.'
In January, Robinson '' made
the mistake 'df leading at Full Fullmer
mer Fullmer and letting Fullmer counter
with his charges.
Fullmer, who landed .,, more
punches but less effective, ones
during last night's brief encounter,-
waa leading slightly on all
three official score cards by the
identical score, (19-18. And that
coincided with the United Press
;?..;X ,.. ,i
Gene and Ray earned purses
of $67,480 each from the $158,643
gross gate and $100,000 TV-radio
fee. However, : Uncle Sam has
slapped a tax lien of $23,000 on
Robinson's loot, -'j 't&'l '
. Fullmer, disappointed but yery
appreciative: of Ray's punching
power said, Naturally I'd like to
Mt a ruhpr match with him for
the title but -I guess we'll have .TEAM PATTING. AVERAGES
n wait and see what haonens tol
Rnhlnsnn'a neeotlatlons with ,Elsa .. 459 ,172 J75
BaslUo.MY" yfih t--:A':-Qt;Oaubm.. 474. 143 joa
'if ; i i ,' 1
R. Bowen , 65
J. Morales .. 45
A. PhiUips 60
A Ellington . 57
A: Cummings 66
K. McFarlane .. 3
F. Bowen .. .. .. 11
T. cooper.'. ..'. 50
O. Todd .. .. .. .. 29
M. Small 9
R. Millett ,V.. 34 34-E.
E. 34-E. cumberbatch ; 20 -C
Long .. .,. ,. 14
A. Falley .i l7
E, Butcher . .. 5
' 2 .182
4 6 .207
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Sugar' Ray Tells
How He Regained
'(EDITbRSS Ray (Suflar) Rob Robinson
inson Robinson became th. firit man in
bdxlnfl hitory to win the world
middlawaight titla four t(mk
last' night whan ha knocfead out
Gana Fullmar in tha fifth round
at Chicago. Hara I his own sto story
ry story of tha historic fight.) , ,:
' By RAY (SUGAR ) ROBINSON
(Written for; tha Unitad f ross)
.Two of my best friends-.a iight
ing priest and a fighting ex-cham-1
Pion joined, bands, in making me
th,e middleweight champion of the
world again.,, : .-,;,. j s
They -were Father Lane (the
Rev. Jovian Lane of br." Joseph's
SeminBry.-j.Westmont,. 111.) w h 0
gave me spiritual guidance, and
Joe Louisi who gave me the ben-,
eut of his boxing experience.
I'm not a Catholic 1 go J all
ehurchas but Father Lano was
kind and gracious enough fo halp
ma spiritually in my time of
naad Ha'a baan With ma before
othtr fights' and I've navar lost :
whan ha's baan in my corner.
It also, must, have, been divine
pnvidence that enabled Louis to
be with nie throughout my train training
ing training and it Was' the hundreds of his
httle suggestions put together that
enabled me to xhange myt' style
sufficiently froni, my, first fight to
score the knockout that I felt was
in meV ,f p:-j;:'y't -j 1
When a boxer gets older she's
bound to lose some flf his : sharp sharpness
ness sharpness but it's impossible for him to
recognise, what's gone. Joe dl d
that for mo. like the ture, friend
he is. More than anything else,- he
retaueht me how to step, back and
punch as Fullmer came pressing
in on me. That s what I just
couldn't seem to do in the first
fight and it proved to be the dif
ference this time.
Joe was a great stylist and a
terrific boxer a lot of people for forget
get forget this because he was one of the
greatest punchers of all time. But
believe me, when be talked I, lis-
Along The Fairwayi i
)' AMADOR WrtMBM'C.
GOLF NEWS ... , ,'
There were a number of very4-'
good scores oosted in the: Larii"?
Day tournament at -Amador thist
past week. Ruth Lincoln and Bob
we Hughes scored 78s to tie foivi
low gross; Laura Hobson Was right J
behind with a 79.
Ruth. also was fibrin th Inwl
net category so ; Bobbie Hughet
wb Bwaiuea me prize : lor iow
gross., Laura HobsOn won seconoV;
low het and Hester HenripMnn was.
third. Audrey Saupe won the put- i
img prize as sne took Dut 28 putts i
. 'A soecial tournament and limr-h.
eon is planned for the lady mem-
bers of the Amador Golf Club on
Thursday,; May 8. Members -art ;j
asked to sign up at the club bouse
in. advance, so reservations, may
This ; luncheon .will honor soma!?
of golfers, who are leaving soon for
the States. Prizes for the Tecent l
Handicap -and Ringer tournament-:,
will be awarded at this time. There
will also be an election of officer!?
far iha nvt iv mmithi mahimJ '
tened an.l I must have listened
pretty-good.- ., ;
I'm not kidding myself a bit.
needed all the help I could get.;
This Fullmer is One rough coo 4
kie and I fell mighty fortunate that
I won as I did. He's strong as a j
bull and takes a punch like f e w J
boys' around these days. I drove t
home several good shots and all 1
he did was blink and come back
Ha was a fairly easy target i
and I ftt ra..i. c, ..,rii., ,.itt
on of those shots would havo, f
ust a lirtta' extra something on'f
it and he'd have to fall rather i'
than blink. r '' k
i I think, X -weakened him with
cpuple of sharp rights earlier in
die fifth, which certainly helped-
when the opening presented itself '"-
home the left hook that pdt hint t
..;.,'.. -; -1 '; 'n
Don't kid yourself, I was might?
i' r he gave mt
all the fight I wanted for .an (vi.
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let, cha-let, I bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
living-room, dinning- room,
garage,' kitchen, porch. Phono
3-3904 from p.m. to I p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
chalet, living dining room,
largo porch, screened, maid's
room, garage, etc., $125.00
Phono 3-1544. 14th Stroot No.
FOR RENT: Chalot. 3 bed bed-rooms,
rooms, bed-rooms, 2 services, perch, tor
race,' dining and sitting room.
No. W El Carman, Tel. 3-5279.
FOR RENT: Chalot in good
rosidontial taction Paitilla
completely furnished, 2 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, 2 baths, study with
couch, two porches, bar,
maid's room jwith bath, gar gar-ago,
ago, gar-ago, ; etc. For throe months
beginning Juno 15. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3544 or 2-0143.
FOR RENT: Vacation quart quarters
ers quarters for couple. From May 14
to Oct. 14. Very little rent for
responsible party. Call at
house Tl-B Via Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished cha chalet,
let, chalet, 2 bedrooms. Will accept
two couplos. Sth Street No. 4,
Parque Lefevre $100.00. Phone
FOR RENT: Furnished cha chalet,
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po Campo Alegre 41 st. street Ne. 4.
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-meats
meats apart-meats at Santa Clan Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 381.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and laige
beach bees. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
FOR RENT: .Furnished
room for single person, priv private
ate private entrance and service. -Tol.
3-1103 Chile Ave, No.' a. Pane-
FOR RENT: Furnished room
Inquire Plas. Horrors'' No.
9-34 apartment 15 third floor.
Minor League Men
Take First Step
For Pension Plan
NEW YORK (UP) -Minor
league baseball players already
have taken the first steps toward
the creation of a pension plan sim sim-1
1 sim-1 to the one now enjoyed by
tneir Dig Jesgue brethren, the
united Free learned today,
Players with 10 years service In
f ha minrtrt tVAm TVaki a .1...::
as, uvaaa lliuivn fJiaBSLM
cations all the way down to Class
v, wouia D eligible for pension
benefits, according to th- plan.
Harry (Duke) Markell, 33-year-old
pitcher with Rochester of the
International League with 13 years
experienced in organized baseball.
is serving as spokesman for the
minor league players since they
hsve no individual plaper repre
sentatives as the major leaguers
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TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE.
B.8. "SANTA BARBARA" Sails Cristobal, May IS
S S. "SANTA MARGARITA" Sails Cristobal, May II
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" Sails ClrstebaL May 21
TO NEW YORK
8.S. "SANTA LUISA" Sails Cristobal. May S
8JL "SANTA ISABEL" Salb Cristobal, May 14
8.S- "SANTA CECILIA" Sails CristebaL May 21
FROM U.S. PACIFIC at WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL
S S.-8ANTA FT Dee Balboa, May IS
SA "SANTA ANTTA" Dm BaJbea, Jmse 4
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U. 8. PACIFIC PORTS
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PANAMA AGENCIES CO.
CRISTOBAL: 2121 tUS
ATTENTION. I.t Jest baik
Modem furnished aaartisieott, I,'
2 bedrooms, bet, eels' water.
Phone Paaama 4-441;
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment on Via PorraS, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Modern 3 bed bed-room
room bed-room apartment with 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, kitchen, living dining
room, watchman's service,
Campo Alegre. Phone 3-7192.
between 7 and t p.m.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-!
! a-! partment, one bodroom, hot
water, $40.00. J. F. do la Osa
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phone 2-33ji.
FOR RENT: Modern well
located two bodroom apart apartment
ment apartment in El Cangrejo, gas, hot
water hoater. Call 3-2887.
FOR RENT: Furnished or
unfurnished 1 bodroom mod modern
ern modern apartment, garage, 148
Via Belisarie Porras.
FOR RENT: Nice two bed-
room, apartment, near sea seashore.
shore. seashore. Uruguay street No. 1-5.
FOR RENT: Furnished
FOR; RENT: Furnished
bodroom apartment on ground
floor, Gl inspected. $80.00.:
The best you can got for this
Rric. Jose do Fabroga, Ave.
0. 14, Pasadena. Familla He He-rrera.
rrera. He-rrera. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom
completely furnished apart apartment
ment apartment (2 bedrooms aircondi aircondi-tioned),
tioned), aircondi-tioned), 2 baths, screens, hot
water, linens, dishes. Bella
Vista. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR RENT: Commercial
aite, suitable for offices, flow flower
er flower shop, Photo-studio, etc. Jus Juste
te Juste Aresemona Avenue, oppo opposite
site opposite "Maria Inmaculada." In In-quire
quire In-quire Almacen Rhode. Phone
The Price Of
(PA-C) In his "Journal" on
March 3, 1841, Henry Thoreau ob observes:
serves: observes: 'SA11 good things are
cheap; all bad are very dear."
This simple doctrine reminds us
that cost as such is meaningless
without fair evaluation of its re return.
turn. return. There are, as we see it, certain
things you invest in, and Others
you just buy because you need
them. From your investments you
snoum receive a great aeai more
than the fulfillment of a need.
You invest in a Patek Philiooe
watch; for example. It is not in
expensive; it cannot be. Nor is it
costly in the Thoreau sense, be
cause it is good. It pays priceless
dividends in time.
No timepiece in the world has
been made with greater skill, to
meet higher standards, to last
longer, or to give more satisfac
tion every hour.
Patek Philippe watches 80, SO,
and even 100 years old brought
to u. for periodic, routine check
ing, give eloquent testimony of
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VAN-DER-JIS 6 Street No. S3 FARMACIA IX BATUBRO-rrae Letsne
the Bella Vista Xkeatre.
FOR SALE: 1950, : Cyl.
Chrysler Windsor, 4 doer sed sedan.
an. sedan. $350.00. Call Bal. 1887 aft aft-or
or aft-or 5 p.m. for demonstration. ;
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Ploia 4 door, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, 17,000 ml., new con condition.
dition. condition. Will consider : trade.
Bel. M744. yu
FOR SALE:- 1954 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane V-8, 4 door with radio;
Perfect condilion, $1,850. Call
FOR SALE or TRADE: For
older car $1100.00. Equity in
1954 Rambler Station Wagon.
Call T-Sgt. Hall 16-2241 or to to-4219.
4219. to-4219. FOR SALE: Pontiae 1951
Hydramatic, new tires, good
condition. Must sell before
Thursday. Curundu 2244.
FOR SALE: 11 'Mercury,
two-door sedan. Excellent con condition
dition condition throughout. Overdrive
undorcoated. For quick sal,
$595. Evenings 4 to 7 Balboa
FOR SALE: Ford V-8 Ranch
Wagon 1953, office 2-1501 or
House 0840-K. Acacia Place,
Balboa (Behind YMC A) after
FOR SALE: -1952 Dodge Sie Sierra
rra Sierra Station Wagon, 4 door.
Good condition, AH extras.
$750. Call Ft. Clayton 4139.
FOR SALE: -Mercury 152
Clack, Radio n4w batter and
tires very good condition only
$800. Call Cristobal 1342.
FOR SALE: 1949 four door
Oldmosbilo including one year
Insurance. Excellent transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. $275.00: House 4214 Los
Rios, San Miguel Place. Phono
FOR SALE: -1955 Opel, looks
and rune tike new. Will sell
or trade for large late model
car or boat and motor, ABER ABER-NATHY
NATHY ABER-NATHY S.A. Panama 3-4895.
FOR SALE: 1954 Bel-Air
Chevrolet. Radio and power
, glide. Call J-4425. ; r
FOR" SALE t-i;3955 tWynjouth
4 doer sedan,: Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Leaving. First $1595..
Automatic shift. Will trade
cheap car. Phone Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE: 1948, 4-door
Chevrolet, good condition,
run beautifully. $250.00. Call
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
' TeL Panama t-0331
TRANSPORT!! BAXTER. S. A.'
Packers SMpport Movers
Pkoeea 22451 rzJl-62
, Leare Riding at
PANAMA. RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 8 ienping Classes daily
8 to 5 p.m. Pbone 2-2451
or by apeolnrment.
Hm Tea flfw eewa"
MrLn HaeliiMe. Haaaae
tm Beta awl aaO loul
lt4lMl Wlla, arte knew.
OR TOPEDIA MAC10NAL
a a, ieats liimwi M5li
Ok. aCIOU. ttaoMO Call
J. R.Jmilh Scores
j. R. Simtti put his too shot In
the note far on oce on the tout h
1 per, 202-yard fourth bole at
Summit Hills Sunday. He was
ling a Penfold boll which. If be
bod boon playing at treses
Brook wevM hove made hie oce
worth a g roe 'of bells which
Ceo. Ponton pvta ap far the
players ot Bratee. Broek who
moke a Koto m one with a Poe
H Meriand of on
to end Co. says that he wilt
eond ever a desen. balls for
In addition to the doeon ban
ho will receive o hole in one tre tre-pnyN
pnyN tre-pnyN from the teernemont com committee.
mittee. committee. Aceerdtng to the recwd
Smith's oce we the third scor scored
ed scored at Summit Hill. Oeerge Ri Riley
ley Riley end Pe4 Moron each eccem eccem-p'
p' eccem-p' .hod the Hat on No. 4 he's.
AGENTS OR OtJB OFHCM AT 1J-ST
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FOR SALE: $150,( 40 cycle
generator with drive. S-544 or
Bal. 2-3044. j.
FOR SALE: Hammond tr tr-gan
gan tr-gan $1,050. Baby Grand piano
$325, Sofa $35, bar $30, child's
wardrobe $7 JO. Buick 1954
Special 4-door hardtop $2,400.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Small
piano. Mahogany case. 3rd. of
November St. House No. S.
downstairs. 'Panama.-New No.
house No. 3-91.' 5 :
FOR SALE: Gtneral Elee-
trie 25 cycle refrigerator. Call
Balboa 2921 between 4 a.m.
and 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: Female Spring Springer
er Springer Spaniels, beautiful pots.
Call 3-7453. V''.-Vi's'
FO RSALE: Table model
radiophonograph Zenith, short
and long wave 4 speed. Phone
FOR SALE: -1950 Pontica
-2 door sedan, now battery, un undorcoated.
dorcoated. undorcoated. Duty tree. $350.00.
1 dining room sot 8' pes. $75.
House 3217, Empire St., Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Viking Ranger
amateur transmitter 90 watts
cw, 7$ watts, phone. In excel excellent
lent excellent condition. : Phone 3-1430
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The Atlantic Side Teenage All All-stars
stars All-stars broke a 15-game jinx et
Mt. Hope last night by edging
their Pacific Side rival throe to.
two. Despite two miseries,- the the-Atlantic
Atlantic the-Atlantic Sider squeaked to vie vie-terp
terp vie-terp behind the five-hit pitching
of Brian Lutx.
ft Last night' contest was the
third of a six-game series. The
Pocifie Siders salted away the
first two. The fourth game will
be played tonight at Fort Caly-
' Pacifie Side Hurler 'Ronnie"
Kline also turned in a credits
bio five-hitter as the losing pitch pitcher.
er. pitcher. The Atlantic Sidor boasted
the only earned run, the sole
steen base, and executed a dou double
ble double play play-Roth
Roth play-Roth teams chalked up and ex ex-tre
tre ex-tre bat blow dividing two-bagger
honor. McGloin of the At At-lentic
lentic At-lentic siders got one and Paci Pacific's
fic's Pacific's Morris accounted for the
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lmiTD STATES- Of AMEBIC
VtMtt States DMrirt Cmirt far The
District Tht Canal Zeoe
Tn Of Matter af th Adoption of
nhivt Dana Alvam Jimenez, a minor
under ttt am M 14 yaara. a. Carmen
Alvaret Jimenex, uerenaam. r-
Carmen Ahrarec Jimenet
You are harebT rtoulred to appear
before Ox tinned Stataa District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Di Di-viaian
viaian Di-viaian of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof, in Aneon. Canal Zone, en the 3
dar of July. 1SST. aj. t o clock Di the
Inmni af that daXhl end there to
anew cause. If eny you lure, why Rob Robert
ert Robert Tinkler and KcUott XHzabrth Win Winkles
kles Winkles ahould not sroeeed with the bear-
m of then- petition for ine aoopnon
of the above named minor, and tor the
ehanre of his name to Robert pane
Witness. the 'Honerabi CuUlHe T
Crowe. Judce. United Stataa District
Court tar the Dwtrirt of the Canal Zone,
thai B day of April. 1ST.
V. waw a,
.- O ark of Court
'," y la'.
The forecoinc citation la sued e-
H fS OV BUMKSUSi VWSHm w vw
order of the Honorable Gvthrte P.
Crewe. Judae, unttee States dotw
r- - ka r.n fc.it mS r.nal
Zone, dated the ZS day of April, ISM.
ana entoioa ana o an xrus iraa an
the eCfice of the Clark of the UnMed
Stetse District Court. DrrMon. of Bal
boa, ea) the as cut ot aim. issi.
C !WCV4sslaEBV oVaTaa)
Clerk of Court
It s low E-rx-pirtJ
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FOR SALE: -Modern two
; bedroom chalet,, maid' room
and bath, hot and cold-water,
screened, yard, patio : eliding
deer closets, .etc. Phone Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from to 4, 104 St.,
, 84 East, between Via Porras
and ,50th St.V- ,?fc':1 ''
FOR SALE: Farm in Lidice
uitabl for coffee. 40 hectare.
Camilo A. Porras. Tel: 3-4411
Office.. Residence: 3-0434.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1950 ; Lincoln
engine model 8ELB ever ever-hauled
hauled ever-hauled end ki A-V condition.
Ready for tnttailatien. can bo
eon in operation.- Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 84-3101.
.14 FT. Play Boy runabouh fib-
or gla, $200.00. Trailers $50. $50.-up.
up. $50.-up. Also new fiber gloss boats
, and Gator trailer. W buy,
sell or trade. Don't forget we
close every Saturday 1:00 i.m.
ABERNATHY S.A. Panama 3 3-4895.:
4895.: 3-4895.: ; y.C---.
In Race Mixup
NEW ORLEANS (UP) -Fourth-
ranked lifihtweieht Raluh Duom
today was in the second round of
his battle with the Louisiana Box Boxing
ing Boxing Commission to fight whites in
The Boxing Commission inform
ed Dupas by letter Tuesday he!
musi, produce a oircn cenuicate
before It would sanction any of his
fights. The commission's ruling
came several weeks after Dupas
faced charges that he was a Ne
gro and ineligible to fight whites
' Dupas stid he does not have a
birth, certificate, but is trying ; to
get one,v-' v.;
Monday the touch -football
competition Kot underway at
the Diablo Stadium. Team tak taking
ing taking part in the league are made
ud of Diablo Elementary stu
dents from the fourth, through
alxth grades. -;
Regular football rules vwui
nrevail excent in situation' ex
plained in special rules outlined
and atached hereto. Each, team
is comprised of eight boys six
players and two substitutes. The
team rosters are as follows:
Diablo Elementary School Souch
Rock n' Roll Leaders
3. Ftansworth (Capt.)
J. Blazer -B.
3. Carlson (Capt.) -J.
' THE BOUNDS
D. Prlester (Capt )
' THE DIABLO DEVILS
B. Ledbetter (CapL)
F. Weade 5
R. Lerlne ; S
3. Cooper 4
8. Turner 4
K. Robtnson .
Diablo Element vy School, Touch
Rock 7T RoD Leaden s. Dia
blo Derlls Man. AorU 79.
Kool kUU ts. Bull's Eyes :
Tues AorU Sfl.
Bull's es ts. Rock H Rock
Leaders wed. May 1.
Diablo Derlls ts. Hounds
Tnora. May J.
Hounds ra. Bull's Kyea FtI
Rock If Roll Leaders vs. Kool
-v",. '; ,, '.!".':,. 1 -J-'l '
Touch Football Underway At, H
Diablo Elementary School ; v
Kts Mm. May I.
Kool Kata ts. Hounds Toe
PBEC1AOO 7 Street No,M .AGENCIAS
A f v,
FOR SALE: Dining room
set, made by .Cowes, $100.00.
.Bamboo set, good quality, $85.
Phase 3-3494 or 3-1477.
FOR iALE: Bendix auto-
matic washer 40 cycle. Quar-J
ry Heights 82-3217. ,;:
FOR SALE: 9 cubic feet :'
Frigidaire. Excellent condition
Exterior ust repainted $80.00
Dillon, Gamboa 744:' ,'
FOR SALE: 'Baccarat"
crystal table set, not used, 84
pieces. Con be seen, Via Po Porras
rras Porras No. 44.. . f
FOR SALE: Furniture and
miscellaneous items, custom
, made mahogany bedroom, liv living
ing living room, dining room, porch
furniture, a few. exceptional'
pieces, Chinese chest, Leonard ;
Freeier, Ascot' gas water heat heater,
er, heater, Gladiron automat ironing
machine, all 40 cycles, Tappan
gas stove. Call 3-0932 or 2-3012.
FOR SALE: Iron wrought
furniture; 1 sectional sofa, 2
occasional chairs, 2 end tables,.
1 corner table, 1 coffee table,
all for $125.00. Call Fort Clay,
ton 2214. :
FOR SALE: -Loving. Liv Living
ing Living room, bedroom, dining
room set, atove, youth bod,
wardrobe, carriage. Inquire
FOR SALE : Bamboo Hvingi
room set, light mahogany
modern dining, room set, RCA
r Console, Westinghouse alum
dromat, 4 hp power lawn-,
mower. Phone Amador 5193.
Calle $4 East between Via Po Porras
rras Porras and 40th St.
FO RSALE: Gaa, range.
Vorv ooad condition, i Priced
for quick ale $40. Tel. 3-374..
Bull's Eyes' tsI Diablo Devils J
Wed. May 8.
Diablo Devils ts Kool KaU
Thurs. May 9.
Hounds vs. Rock "N" Roll Iieaa-
ers Frl. May 10. f
Diablo Devils vs. Rock N Roll
Leaders Mon. May 13.
Bull's Eyes vs. Kool Kats
Tues. May 14.
Rock 'N RoU Leaders vs Bull's
Eye Wed. May 13,
Hounds vs. Diaoio Deviu
Thurs. May -18.
Bull's lyes vs. Hounds Frl.
kooi Kats vs. Rock Ti ROll
Leaders Mon May 20.
Hounds vs Kool Kata Tues.
Diablo Devils va Bull's Eyes
Wed. May 22.
Kool Rats vs. Diablo Devils
Thurs. May 23. ..
Rock "N Roll Leaders vs.
Hounds Frl. May 24.
Kick off. for all games 3:13
p.m. in the Diablo Stadium.
Diablo Elementary School, L
Man Touch FootbaU
I.. Flaying Area -1
. A. Length 80 yds.
f B. Width 30 yds. -t
f A .Touch down 8 pts.
IB. Safety 2 rU.
C. No extra points. '. -i
I A Pawing All players except
center are eligible receivers.
Forward passes may not origin originate
ate originate beyond line of scrlmmaae.
B. Runnlna As In regular
C. 1st down A 1st down oc
curs when ball has been advanc
ed from one sone to the next.
Playlna- field It divided into 4-13 ;
a, OeneraJ ,.' '. ."
A. Dead ball t
1. When pass Is incomplete.
2. When fumble occurs
3. When ball carrier Is touch touched
ed touched simultaneously with two
B. Tumbles All fumbles are
dead at toot of fumble..
C Center Center pass must
be made thouch centers lees.
D. Bloc aire 'Stand-uo block blocking
ing blocking with hands In contact with
E. Kldklnt All kick-offs and
punts will be aa In reniiaUon
A. Each Quarter win consist of
20 scrtmmaa plays. TOckoffs do
not count aa scrtmmare plava
B. Four ouarters ahal eotirU-.
A, Official schedule Is posted
on bulletin board of Diablo Ovm
B. All rameas tart at 3:14 in
the Diablo Stadium.
7. Steam itandinet srifl be rt rt-tabiuAed
tabiuAed rt-tabiuAed on a voint basis at
A. Win. ..2 ooints
B. Tle....l point
C Loea....t poir.L
man experienced In carpenfy
and other related duties, to
work in private Club in the Ca Ca-nal
nal Ca-nal Zone. Call Balboa 3218. On.
; ly those with experience need
Fighter, Jure Of ;
MONTREAL (UP) : SmiUns
Cherif Hamia. a pocket-size Mar
cel Cerdan, predicted today he
win Deai riogan iiuai jsassev of
Nigeria r lor n me leainerweight
cnampionsnip xouowing nis me
thodical 10-round decision over un un-ranked
ranked un-ranked Bobby Bell of Youngstown,
1 The fast, sharp nunchint
French Algerian scored his 33rd
victory. in 35 fights Tuesday, night
with a wide margin victor over
the. crafty BelL'.'.;,-' ;-'?.:cj 1
The figk drew a somewhat dis disappointing
appointing disappointing t,228 paid admissions in
what was billed as the revival of
boxing in this once lively, tight
town after a lapse-of four years.
However, promoter Eddie Quinn
offered to put up a $50,000 guar guarantee
antee guarantee or 60 per cent of the gate to
stage the Hamis-Bsssey fight out outdoors
doors outdoors this summer,
' Neither Philippe Filippl, Ha Hamia
mia Hamia s manager,, nor Jersey Jones,
Bassey's North American repre representative,
sentative, representative, have made any commit
ments. The IBC was reported in-J
terested in noiaing tne ngnt in
Syracuse. Fans aad Nottmgham,
England, also hope to get- the bout.
Spahn Aheacl Of Scfieduy
Thanks To ? BFiive Hiiters
i;4 -iy OSCAR FRALEY.-'i?
NWRkUPf iL Soutfinaw
Warren' Spahn thanked his own
Milwaukee Brave hitters today torthe 'grtMrWell,' won't say J
putting him three weeks ahead Of
nis zy-game scneouia or last, sea
son; "" " .'.'.
" It wasn't until Msjr 17 that he
scored his third win last year and
as lata as June 14 he had a 4-6
mark afetr dropping five games In
a row. But the veteran's start hss
been sensational this time around
as he won and went the distance
in all three starts to date,.
.''..'.' 'VV '.' ''
"The difference' Is that our hit-
tera are coming through," the thin
man analyses,: and the figures
bear him out. During -that five-
gr mty losing streak last spring, the
Braves averaged only two runs a
game for Spahn.. In this year's
thrc wins, they have averaged
five runs per game
. Team More Aggressive
Some observers contend the
Braves lacked fire and drive to
crash through when they hsd to
win a big one. But they seem to
have taken on a new aggressive aggressiveness
ness aggressiveness since Jsckie Robinson's off offseason
season offseason charge that 1 -'-bbing
by several key men N -t the
08- . .. . ...
Spahn at sa aays mat ne is in
ss good a shspe as ever", and feels
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ruoancvi" For 2 or ; 3 moiithd
completely furnished house erf
apartment -In good neighboi-l
hood. Vacation, quarters mosn
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t ties hours 3-4273 Panama.
WANTED TO BUYr A used
: refrigerator operated by gas!
or kerosene. Call Tel. 3-1483,
WANTED TO BUY: Small!
used ear, castv In perfect-core
dition. Pension : la Merced
Central Avenue and 7th Street.
i Private Spanish lessons offer
od by former California Teach.
or. Conversation stressed. Tol,
CLASSES? Spanish classosJ
. private,-' r group, givon by)
Mrs.' Scotf, experienced teach
The. best dinners And drinks
are served In our modern air
conditioned cafeteria rill and
,bar. Hotel Intofnaonal "Plal
. it e-ae mayo.
that ha Is aa-good-1 pitcher a
ever was." T .. '" "?"",'
- "Afew years "ago'rthey" were sp
ing that I had lost my. fast bal
as fast ar ever but the trou
was wUh Tny;"knee8f f underwe,
operations" od both pf 4hem an
not being' foreed favor my le
any more, I fed. tBa,Tm preti
.,: Dodger RIs" Nemesis
A 20-eame winner in seven
his 12 years as ;a i Brave, the lool
left-hander has I had, his greatd
Dodgersi His 'lifetime msrk is
..... .u... oi x,t.B
wtiia m yicin vgamab ut.ca
k,I can't undersUnd it."
shrugs; "IM pitch a. good gam
we don't set any runs. When
set the runs, I pitch a terriq
same." i : J 1
Soahn. a rubber-armed pitch
with pin-point, control, nit no
ever. Deen rousn -. wis season
another of the too challengers t!
Braves must beat to win the pej
nant. Two of bis three opening vii
tories have been over the muse
lar Cincinrali Reds, one of tl
Braves' top rivals, with the on
coming opermg day as he hurl
a four-hitter against the Cubs.
The aeeless veteran may be I
L. m: ....... rf
lor DI1C Ui UJS liucdi 'acaauua.
do it he's counting on the hitteri
His own, mat is, ;
... May 24
t. ..... i .. j . .... y,.May
. -f May 13
t 4 j V
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THE PANAMA i AMgBICAW Aj8jWDEPESl)Nl DAILT NEWSPAPER'
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BY GEORGE WANDER
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DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
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f tho alphabet corrMpondinc to tho numtrala on tho lino of tho aitro aitro-logical
logical aitro-logical poriod in which you wore born. You will And It fun.
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v MESSAGE FROM YESTERDAY The Valentine; pictured
above, it one of two mailed 38 years ago, found in a cache, of
j. r- letter in the false celling of a Cleveland, Ohio, office building,.
I Conatruction workers remodeling the lobby theorize that the the-v
v the-v letters dropped out of a damaged mail chute when the ceiling
tt was Initalled In 1921. ,v
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" sympathizers are operating on a
ZirJi Sal." in Britain and waro-
5ff5hrt .pohce are ready for c-
against any breach of peace.
. i. rnmmnns that. tne
lr. will keep a very close
v wtch on their activities.
"'The Socialist. Tenner BrockwiT.
kiitced that the A.u iuu i"-.
. agents i seven towns in this
s ."?lt has membership of ev-
jl Jt.ChrUti.n eommuo, eommuo,-.
. eommuo,-. Breekwaysaid.
Traditionally Britain ha, been
JjLTKT t commo,
ye.ith, v"dn h never prac c'
Jffost Briton, in fact have
s ofally critical 01 segic6-
tressed emigration ox
frM particularly from the Carlb Carlb-Hi'folonie.
Hi'folonie. Carlb-Hi'folonie. ha posed a new
problem both ln emplojment nd
nn o"ty Briti,h b0 con"
iii1wf bv been
.etlw ; vr
ror the first Ume 'the question
-tntiA action against othfr
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anus of : Commons 'today "ne
m' Wrotarv's admission of
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Shows: 1:00, 2:45, 4:40,
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FLOOD VIEW This aerial photo shows flooded Roosevelt Heights In Dallas, Tex., at the
crest of the rampaging Trinity River flood, i he water has caused-an estimated damage of
almost seven million dollar's. ;;.
, DALLAS, Tex., May 2 (UPW
Dallas balled out of another
flood today and the biggest crest
on the Sabine River in 12 years
rolled slowly southward, flooding
out miles of east -Texas and
A thousand oil wells, whose
combined output is worth mil-
lions of dollars a week, were
under water in east Texas and
most of them were out of com commission
mission commission until the flood sub subsides.
sides. subsides. '
Att Air Force RB-4Y plane,
caught in air turbulence near
Pittsburgh, Tex., last night
blew up In flight. Three crew crewmen
men crewmen parachuted to safety, but
the fourth member of the
crew was missing.
A. 3-02-inch cloudburst, of the
type that caused a $6,500,000
flood along the Trinity River a
week ago, hit Dallas last night.
It rained all night and was stiU
drizzling today. '
Police in boats and squad cars
ppscnpri 75 to 100 oersons from
their flooded homes and others
fled on tneir own. rony-wuc
streets in Dallas and 10 roads in
Dallas County were cui oy ine
The new floods
were caused by the downpour
suddenly overpowering the
drainage system and not by
the Trinity River, as were the
worst of the floods last week.
Assistant police chief Jesse
Curry said most Dallas streets
were passable today and that the
flood was rapidly draining a a-way.
way. a-way. Most of those driven out of
their homes returned to mop
their sodden floors and dry their
Heeds Much Bigger
NEW YORK. May 2 (UP)
The State Department will have
tn chaii nut. si 2 son for a blreer
dinina room for Ambassador
Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr.. even if
Congress doesn't .come ud with
the money for that specific pur purpose,
pose, purpose, it appeared today.
The Waldorf-Astoria towers
has already knocked out an a a-partment
partment a-partment wall to enlarce the
mid-Manhattan Embassy and
it's almost ready to serve din dinner
ner dinner 1n the new space.
Lodge testified before a Sen Senate
ate Senate Appropriations Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee yesterdav that the money
was needed so he could rive
diplomatic dinners at least half -j
wav competitive with the par-;
ties the Russians are able to
; throw in their Embassy whcn!
occunles an enure nouse uo ine
Weather Or Not
This weather report for tb
24 honrt ending a rn. today,
is prepared by the Meteereto Meteereto-rieal
rieal Meteereto-rieal and Hydro g r a ? h I e
Branch of the Panama Canal
" Balboa CrisUbaJ
I Blgk t 5
I Low 70
High M M
I Lew 52 IS
' (max. mph) N-17 N-l
RAIN4 (baches) T SI
WATER ThrP.: ;
I (inner harbor) 77 ti
FRIDAY, MAY t s .
I HIGH LOW
! t:54 a.sm. .
' t.ti .bb. 12:04 pj.
" 1 V-.v"-
SAFETY FIRST This rooster picked out the driest place on
Bush St., just before the crest of the Trinity River poured Into
a suburb of Dallas, Tex. Although rain was still falling, dan-,
.'. ." ger of further flooding seemed to be over. :
Two Boast More Than 30.
Nine "employes, two with more
than 30 years -of serviced were re
tired from the Canal during April
and received retirement certifi certificates,.'.
Those retiring, their positions,
and lengths of Canal service fol-
Lov E. Bates. Sr.. chief tow-
boat engineer, Dredging Division;
15 years and 10 days.,
Mrs. Evelyn S. Endicott, ac ac-miitino
miitino ac-miitino clerk. Accounting Divi
sion; eight years, eight months and
Capt. Henry G. Ferri, pilot, Ma
rin Bureau: 21 years, ll monms
and three days.
James H. Jones, carpenter fore foreman,
man, foreman, Locks 'Division; 20 years,
By Gus Mellander
Gus Mellander. sophomore In
the Canal Zone Junior College
has been awarded this years
annual scholarship for the study
of foreign relations at George
Washington University of the
local Scottish Rite bodies, the
secretary. Herbert Fv Paddock,
The scholarship Is worth $500
and may be renewed three
times, under stipulated condi conditions,
tions, conditions, so that it has a potential
value of $2,000.
Mellander. a 1952 Balboa High
School graduate, has been en enrolled
rolled enrolled intermittently in CZJC
since January. 1952. but is lust
nowcompletint; bis fourth sem semester
ester semester as a fulltime student. In
his first semester as a full time
student he was elected vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Student Asso Association.
ciation. Association. When the president
withdrew at the end of the sem semester,
ester, semester, Mellander succeeded him.
and later he was elected presi president
dent president for the current year.
- Mellander is employed bv the
Division of Posts on a parttime
basis and is also the college cor correspondent
respondent correspondent for the Star Si
Last falL he conducted an e-
nereetic campaign for a seat
representing Balboa on the Paci
fic Civil council ana as a result
secured more votes than any
other candidate from any or the
towns represented on the Coun
cil. In an earlier election he had
also won a seat but was prevent prevented
ed prevented from senrine br the fact that
he had not then attained the
ate of 21.
Mellander is the son of Mrs.
Adela Maria Mellander of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. He will leave early In Sep September
tember September to br eln his studies In
G force Washington University. ;
The earlier holders of the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite scholarship were Wil William
liam William A. Lane, a BHS graduate
and Allen Townshend. a CHS
snd CZJC graduate., Both Tounsr'
men retained the scholarship
for the full four Tears and wr
eraduated from George Wash-!
Canal Employes Retire From Service;
four months and six days; ? 4
Miss Mary Grace -McDonald,
teacher, Balboa Elementary
School; 31 years, J: and seven
months. .. v
Edgar S. Mornhinweg, guard
supervisor. Locks Division; sev seven
en seven years, one month and 23 days.
George L. Radel, machinist fore foreman,
man, foreman, Locks George L. Radel, ma machinist
chinist machinist foreman, Locks' Division;
21 years and 26 days,
i Lt, Charles F. Stevens, lieutenan lieutenan-ant,
ant, lieutenan-ant, Fire Division; 36 years, six
months and 13 days.
Mrs. Eva M. Talboy, clerk, Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital; 12 years, five months
and 10 days. -.Bates
was born in Elsah, 111.,
and served with the U.S. Navy
during the first World War. He
loined the Canal organization in
1942 as an engineer on a Dredging
Division floating crane. Later, he
was .engineer on a drill barge and
a suction dredge. Since 1952, Bates
has been chief towboat engineer.
After his retirement, Bates
plans to make his home in Fon Fon-tana,
tana, Fon-tana, Cat.
Mrs Endicott is a native of In
dianapolis. Ind. She came to the
Isthmus in 1948 and was employed
as an operator m the foremen De
partment of Finance. In 1950, she
was made a card punch operator
in the Accounting Division and
since 1953, has been an account
ing clerk in the Agents accounts
After her retirement, Mrs. En Endicott
dicott Endicott plans to remain in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. Her husband, A. L. En Endicott;
dicott; Endicott; is postmaster at Balboa
Born in Now York City, Cap Captain
tain Captain Ferri served with the U.S.
Navy during -World War I and
later was employed by the U U-nited
nited U-nited Fruit Company and the
United States Shipping Board.
He joined the Canal organiza organization
tion organization in 1935 as a dock foreman
From Middle East
" r ' r '.''
WASHINGTON. May 2 (UP)
President Elsenhower has or
dered Ambassador James P
Richards to wind no his special
mission to. the Middle East and
return to Washington as soon
as feasible, the State Depart
ment announced today.
Department press officer Lin
coin White said the President.
wants Richards on hand to con
fer with him on preparation of
new foreicn aid legislation.
White said Richards expects to
arrive In Washington next Wed
nesday In time to attend a oi
partisan meeting on consTes-
sional leaders at the W h it e
House on the aid program the
The President's decision to call
Richards home means the for former
mer former South Carolina Democratic
Congressman will not visit E-i
gypt, Syria or Jordan on his
mission of exolalnine the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower Doctrine to Middle East.
Eisenhower Assures' NATO Allies,
That US Will Not Cut Armed Forces
BONN. Germany, May 2 (UP)
President Eisenhower assured
the North Atlantic alliance to
day that 'the United States will
maintain its forces at their pre
sent strength despite Britain's
planned defense cuts
secretary or state Jonn t osier
Dulles conveyed this, messsse
from the President to the nrst
session of the 15-nation NATO
council, made up of the foreign
Ezio Pinza Suffers
3rd Heart Af lack.
Put In Oxygen Tent
STAMFORD, Conn., May 2
fUPJ Ooeratic basso Ezio Pin-
za,vwho suffered his third heart
attack yesterday, was reported
resting ''as comfortably as can e
Ambulance attendants adminis
tered oxygen to Pinza and he was
later placed in an oxygen tent.
The musical comedy and opera
star was Jiot hospitalized, nowev nowev-er.
er. nowev-er. Pinra suffered his first attack
in r.crvia Italv. last August, and
his second at his Stamford home
last December. :
In Cristobal. He was master of
the tuaboat Favorite for a short
'.time in 1934 bofpro becoming A
pilot in training. He nas Dee,
a Manama Canal pilot since 1937.
' Ferri expects to make his home
in San Francisco, Cal. -.
A native of Bordon Springs, Ala.
Jones was employed in Panama
before joining the Canal organiza organization
tion organization in 1936 as a towing locomotive
operator at Miraflores Locks. He
was promoted to carpenter fore
man in 1942, which position he
held up to the time of his retire retirement.
ment. retirement. Jones has' left for the United
States and has made plans to
make his home in Alabama.
Mornhinweg was born in Port
Chester, New York, and is a vet veteran
eran veteran of, the first World War. He
was employed with the Canal or organization
ganization organization in 1949 as a lock guard.
Since 1955, he has been lieutenant
in charge of Locks Security Force
at the Gatun Locks.
After bis retirement, Monrhin Monrhin-weg
weg Monrhin-weg expects to make his home in
A native of Lykons, Pa., Ra Radel
del Radel also was a veteran of the
OKs Aqaba Roule
To Israeli Port
LONDON, May 2 (UP) Foreign
Secretary Selwyn Lloyd said today
the government .would back Brit British
ish British shipowners who desired to use
the Gulf of. Aqaba route to Israel
in defiance of Arab opposition.
But Lloyd, speaking in Parlia Parliament,,
ment,, Parliament,, refused to say whether the
government plans to withdraw its
"firm advice" against British
ships using the Sues Canal on
Fgypt's present terms. 1
The foreign secretary wit. an answering
swering answering a question by Socialist
foreign policy spokesman Aneurin
Bevan. Bevan asked whether the
government would encourage
ships to use the dispute Aqaba
Gulf in view of its position against
Sues Canal transit.
"It depends on commercial con considerations
siderations considerations and if British shipown shipowners
ers shipowners and charterers ere prepared
U use it (the gulf) it is up to
thm." IJnvrf 11 iH ..
"If they decide to go ahead the storekeeper.. -. , ,
government will support their use ''"
ot Egypt .nd; s.udj w Peter Townscnd
whose territories control -the en'l:l XJ,.;.
trance to the -gulf, have warned! Will VISIT .
against its use by ships bound for -m t
the IsrseU aouthern port of EUsMUOiTllTiUniSt L.nlna
They maintain such action is inj -
violation of 44 Arab Territorial we-; HONO KONG (.UP)" Group
ters." iCapt. Peter Towa end." who is
A V. S. Tanker, the Kern Hills.' irakiRP a rtiand-the-world Uhu to
st i Lewi nn thm A n aiKfi auauofcr 1 moai
ago with the first cargo of oil te
delivered there since Egypt im
posed its cockade of Israel ii
1950. Arab nations protefteb the
voyage of the tanker, which was
under Israeli charter.
On the issue of IsraeH use ft
the Sues Canal. Lloyd told -the
House of Commons be would
. .... .... .n.-M
know the truth and the
' PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MAY 1957
ministers of the countries in the
He said the President eave it
to him 1 when they, talked lust
before Dulles took off for Ger
. Th American view Wn prompl prompl-d
d prompl-d by a feeling that th British
cuts might set off a cfiain reaction
of reductions among the o t h r
Dulles said the President had
contemplates no change in the
instructed him to assure the
council that the 1 United States
dlsnhsitlon of its forces from
what was announced at the last
council session In Paris JastDe
, Nothing confuses a man so
much as to drive behind a woman
who does everything justjright.
first World .War. He was em employed
ployed employed on the Gatun Lock over
haul In 1955 and after a few
months as a civilian ? employe
'with the U.S. Navy at Coco So So-lo,
lo, So-lo, joined the Canal organization
as a machinist, at the Balboa
shops. Ho was transferred to
the Atlantic 'locks in 1938 as a
locks operator, and was a ma machinist
chinist machinist foreman in that unit at
the time of his retirement.
Radel expects to remain on the
Isthmus-for the time being.
Stevens was born in Oklahoma
City, Okla., and came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus with the U.S. Army in 1916.
He joined the Canal organization
in 1920 as a fireman in the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal District. He was promoted
to sergeant in 1932 and to lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant in 1936. For a number .of
vears. Stevens was station com
mander at Pedro Miguel Fire Sta
Stevens expects to make his fu future
ture future home in Virginia Beach, Va.
Born in Turin, Iowa, Mrs. Tal Talboy
boy Talboy lived in Panama several years
before joining the Canal organiza organization
tion organization in 1944 as a clerk at Gorgas
Hospital. She remained at Gorgas
until her retirement.
Mrs. Talboy expects to make
her future home in Royal Oak,
PanCanal Lists 44
Jobs Open; 16 Mule
Forty-four positions, 16 of them
for towing locomotive operators
for the duration of the locks over overhaul,
haul, overhaul, are currently listed in the
transfer vacancy bulletin issued
bv Personnel Bureau.
Other positions ope a include two
clerical jobs at Gorges Hospital:
two machinists ; in the Industrial
Bureau; two guards on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic lrwk- twn firefiffhtera, in the
Fire Division; and two postal wut-.H
Other types of employment ust ust-ed
ed ust-ed are blacksmith, boUer maker, in
Clerk, clerk :tenograpber, trainee .U
engineer, dipper dredge .engmer,
engineering aid, pipeline suction
dredge foreman, general plant en engineer,
gineer, engineer, locomotive machinist,
nurse, plumber, and supervisory
tm Tta. VI s iH iSal t
rould enter Communist China to- j
day "just to see the place." jU
Towasend said he plaaned tO;
take in Red China for tw weeks jl
and then would Cy to Tokyo to re- U
rume bis tour. 4
Towrrsend left in Sydney the I
British Land Rover in which he U
making much of the world tour e
1 . J 14 .Vwt
country it snfe'r- 'Abraham Lincoln. .,
The three-day council meet meeting
ing meeting began with a brief opening
public ceremony followed by the
first of five working sessions in
the conference room of the West
German foreign office. '
.The meetings were-highlighted
bv these statements:
'West German Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer told Soviet Rus Russia
sia Russia that world peace lies in Rut-
Sja'a hands alone and warned that
a- modern atomic war would bring
"an apocalyptic fate" upon all
mankind, Including the Soviet bloc
-w Dulles announced that the
U.S. will maintain, Its forces in intact.
tact. intact. He warned that there could
Girls 13; Boys 6
Thirteen girls and six boys
were bora at ; Gorgas Hospital
during the week ending at mid midnight
night midnight Monday," according to the
regular hospital report. During
the same period. 238 natients
were aumiuea ana 219 wer nu.
The names and addresses. rf
the parents of the girl babies
follow: Mr; and Mrs.: N.. Castillo,
vi. caimsoj Mr. ana Mrs. a. Mo Mo-reL
reL Mo-reL of Paraiso: Mr. and Mrs. F.
Fi Brooks, of Panama Citv: Mr.
ana Mrs. Winston Layne, of Pan Panama
ama Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
Brown, of Panama City; Dr. and
Mrs. q. jj. Ennnger. or Ancon:
S-Sgt. and -Mrs. F. B. Nanshew,
ui iocuna; ap-a ana Mrs. v. II
McGrew, of Gamboa: Mr. i and
Mrs. H. jr Blades, of Panama ci
ty: Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Bouche.
of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
cumberbatch, of Paraiso Lt.
and Mrs. R. R. Dickey, of Fort
Kobbe; and Mr. and Mrs. D. I.
Kelleher, of Balboa. :
uoys were born to the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Daniel,
of Panama City: Mr. and Mrs.
H. Vallee, of Panama City: Mr.
and Mrs.,C. Vasquez, of Chili -bre;
Capt. and Mrs. W. L. Baker,
Jr., of Fort Clayton: Sfc and
Mrs. J O. Toland, of Locona;
S-Sgt. and Mrs. E. Crespln, of
The audiences that
k yesterday at the ,;.; ;
w f: were lavish, in their applause of JVvfv'.
THE BRAVE "m
A just reward for a picture which has been able
to gain, the approval of all for the tenderness it
its theme... The outstanding performance of w1
MICHEL RAY.: 0
And the exciting bull fights In which the great 0
displays his extraordinary ability
CENTRAL Theatre I
Shows: 12:50 r 2:2t 4:37 l;M -l;,'fj.m.
A King Brothers Production, ;
Don't Miss It This picture is a must. Yoa wul J
appreciate our advice' 1 "!
be no general cutback of NATO's
strength until the Soviets ac accept
cept accept an overall system of con controlled
trolled controlled disarmament. 'r
- British foreign secretary
Selwyn Lloyd said the West. is
right to base its, own defense
policy on nuclear deterrents.- He
said the Soviets "respect -.this."
Dulles told the council there
is no alternative to NATO "in e,
world where 900 million people
are bound In the iron discipline
of Communists rule."
He warned- that the Sovleti
are trying to play "a disruptive
role with blandishments -a n d
threats and Jt mixture of both."
He declared that the Soviets,
have no ground for complaint -bout
the West's detente effort at
long as they refuse, to accept reel-;
precal arms controls,
Dulles- told' the council:lhe
United States is reshaping t its
foreign aid program in order te
cooperate with its allies in econ
omic projects of common con concerns
cerns concerns I -
Hauke, Wright Bros;
Offer Lou Bids On
PanCanal Projects :
. Low bfferl. totaling; 67,09; wf
entered by &. O. jKauk ind Wriiht
Brothers, of Colon, on three : Ca
nal organization f 1 iprojects for
which bids were opened yesterday
in the Administration Building at
Balboa.. Heights.- c ..r.-i.i.:- 0.
- The prpjects Included the -Ins
tayation qf metal siding on a build building
ing building in the former industrial area
in rBalboajl the construction of a
fire escape on Commissary Divi Division
sion Division housewares section in Balboa 1
snd the installation of an eight-
foot cyclone fence at Sixth- Street
in Margarita" i. f-x-
' Hauke was low, 'with an offer of
$2,250 on -. the installation : of the
metal siding pa the Industrial Div
ision building.!: He, also bid a low
of $2,750 on the constructioh of the
fire escape. Wright Brothers were
low with 'a bid of $2,902 for the
installation do .the cyclone fence,
'The -fence, which was suggests
I t ..-.! 1 if ....
ea vy me vnioui jnargarua
Civic i CounciK will extend for. ap approximately
proximately approximately 1,175 linear feet ; ia
the vicinity, of Sixth ; Street ia
ca ci cs a c
attended the shows
t .'f t'
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