The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama


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

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua, May 3 (UP) Micaragua anj

Honduras shifted to wartime footings jtoday and rushed

troops to key points on their common border.

There was no formal declaration of war; by


- country.,

f But the situation was becoming' more critical by the

? ; moment despite pleas by the Organization, of American
Vi States and the S.. government, for a ceasefire pending
a -peaceful settlement of the centuries-old border dispute.

The OAS fact-finding team is

'scheduled to arrive at Panama
i on a Brabiff plane at 11 o'clock
; tonight, and to fly on to Tegucl Tegucl-.
. Tegucl-. : galpa, Honduras, by a MATS
plane from Albrook Field tomor tomor-x
x tomor-x row morning. , j
Reports from Tegucigalpa, said
the .. fighting had spread from
; : Mocoron In the dispute territory
near the Caribbean coast to Las
f Manos, a western border post a a-.
. a-. bout 80 miles from the pacific
Ocean. -,
Informed source here said
"f soma 20,000 Nlcaraguan troops
were converging on the border,.
' supported by naval '.and lair

A Tegucigalpa dispatch said

large NIcaraguan troop' concen
tratlona in the viclnltv of El v&

plno,' s border, settlement about
65 miles from the pacific Coast,
indicated fighting might i brea
out there momentarily.-
The. dispatch said Honduran

infantry units .were being rushed

to to ine area.
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He Restored San Lorenzo

Flamenco-Dancing: USA Colonel ;Gets
Recognition From' Panama Government

Beck Surrenders
fo UJ Marshal;

Posts $5000 Bond

WASHINGTON. Way 3 (UP) (UP)-Teamster
Teamster (UP)-Teamster President Dave Beck
surrendered voluntarily to the
U,S. Marshal tod ay, and 'posted
$5,000 bond on federal income
tax evasion charges.
Beck was Indicted yesterday
In Tacoma, Wash.; on charges
of evading payment of $56,420
due In federal taxes for 1950.
'Beck and his attnrnpv fjprarrt

a rlrof'.. rnntfnl Hvstem will 1 '.5? ""r OI 7 n" VKT-

- -.-- . - j. frvi'. La lnni r

TivoliJ. Slreel-
Vi!l linacl

, Tr:!!!c Li:hl Seen

rlona on the XI-

-J ireet Ki dm near

ncott V Dst- Oltice,

3 t i foi r
corner v
worst tr t
, PiciXic Sii.e.

The Panama Canal KeviewpBays

that speciiications for tbeiwork
are 'now being prepared by., t b e
r Engineering Division and bids
, probably wtll be solicited s o m e e-.
. e-. time during May; -v ,;-,:
; The plans being drawij up m m-i
i m-i elude the installation s ol f traffic
r.lighU on all four corners of the
intersection, the w i d e a i a g of
. Fourth of July Avenue from J to

,H Streets, the construction i of

three concrete refuge-islands, and
r the mstsllaUon of new street light-

tnct 'Juds, EiiAard M. Currarl
here this morning. Then they

has been called thfeLi" omce. where

trouble-sDot on : the ir5I'?.r Tstea-a cashier's check

mm tne American Security and
Trust. Crt t '.:. .;',.,

The bond ls 'for Beck's annear-

ance either here ot in Ta

( Curran set the bond in' place

commissioner-- James F.

puiam. wno is m

In answer ttt n. rannH'.pr'a mo

tions as to what was irnlntr nn

l "l wouldnt say one word a a-bout
bout a-bout lt because I don't know np
more about it than you do now."

v.fecR was fingerprinted and
otherwise processed In the U.S
Marshal's office before his court

t nk ...

Pznzr.a Co-Op

To Cpch First

2 Food Marketed
' ;' ' : ; 't.;!- 3 '.-
A T"e opening" of two co-operative
food markets nxt week Friday or
. later wjll be officially announced

wonaay nigm at a general as-;

i aembly of the Panama Consumers
- Cooperative, v. .,;;.
Scheduled to bpgin at 7:30 p.m.
the meeting will be held in the as assembly
sembly assembly hall uf the Juxtn Arnwm.



t Rio bajo Note 4


ji ou uimK mosquitoes got more
blood-thirstv at nicht.

Newly hatched salt marih mnl

quiioes oegin their hunt for blood
10 minutes after sunset. Dr.' Mau

rice W. Provost, director of h

Entomological jResearch Center at

vero ueacn, aaia today. ,;- j

Lost Camera Waits

Canal Zone uolir tndav k i a

they have found a 35 mm Tower

earner? with accessories and are

One of the food mrtpf irill

located on "I" Street, across from
the National Institute, and 'the
other will be in Rid AEajo next to

toe Kepublicaide Haiti School.
' All members, associate and ac active,
tive, active, and their friends are invited
to attend the meeting.1 V
1 Slip Of The Beard

j ,MA6TrS1LLE, Va, May 3

iur fourteen officers with a

uonncuiDegun ana tear gas con converged
verged converged on a supermarket Wednes

day to capture "masked bandit"
and instead unveiled a bearded

. Mrs. Laverne Marim, 28 of O

, ran, ria., neni shopping witb a

mask over hfr face. She proved

10 o me oearded lady of a eircus

idb aia imp wnr. in miti to

' conceal her head in public

Owner-may claim same bv eiv-

mg police a description of the lost
camera. 1 -.. :


Being a Flamenco dancer and

an expert castaaetmaker seem

like rather unusual oualiflcations

xor a u.s. Army officer,

But then. Col. Lerov M. olo-

aeu is a rather unusual man,

The silver-haired, bright-eyed

gent wno speafcs as If he is con

stantly poking 'fun at himself,

can sooer un instantly when talk

veers to his. favortle subject

tne beauty and. history of Fort

ban Lorenzo.

Hundreds of eager tourists who

use the historic grounds for pic picnics
nics picnics each weekend may be quite

unaware oi ail tne loving care
and kindness one man lavished
la restoring the site, but the
Panama:.-government was ready
yesterday to give credit where it
was due.
At an impressive ceremony
held in the Foreign, Ministry,
the departing officer was a a-warded
warded a-warded the Order of Vasco
Nunex de Balboa in recogni recognition
tion recognition 'of ills work in restoring

the fort. ' '".f
eald Dr. Rlcardd J. Alfaro:
: T,H1- len'i nnlv unnrat.lnVT

An.a M u..A M vw

it is an act of recognition' and

justice.'.' 1
GlodelL normally a fluent and

fascinating speaker, replied: v

'I've been speecniess twice to

day.'! 1

Earlier yesterday he waa maae

honorary mernhfr, ot JtJheMunltJ

cipal Council of Colon at a cere ceremony
mony ceremony witnessed by Gov. Jose Ma

pria Gonzales; and.' Mayor f Jose

Beine thus honored brcragnt

bacK a finoa ox memories 10 uie

historic-minded officer who re

called that he heard about Fort

San Lorenzo on the day ne land

ed here, March 2, two years ago

.fm wis the first thing I neara
about, -arid seems tor be the last
thing I'ri concerned bout; on

leaving.';1 -i f-iv;
During ; the two-year interim
Glodell.' who was chief of the

communications division of the

U.. S. Army Caribbean School,
spent almost all of his spare

time working at the fort.

. v yf Wadyinf thrM-biradrad year

old docamnta in thair -:. erif imI
script, : SledaH became ebiesMd

with the idea f iodine what he
felt certcie existed a meat built
1637 to protect the Ma-level

fort from above,

' After weeks of careful cleaning

and clearing the Jungle, with

the aid of volunteer army men

he began. taking measurements

set forth in the old documents

Several more months of hard

work brought rewards. One day

Glodell, .who was never averse

to taking off his shirt and do

ing the back-breaking work, and

his devoted helpers were able to

restore an ft. deep, 28 ft wide

loo ft. long moat by cutting In

to solid rock. i
''One et the meit excitine; ex ex-Mrieecei
Mrieecei ex-Mrieecei I've had here eed there
have beea nuey," clin the ef effect,
fect, effect, "wat te ataed at the bettem



: IN RECOGNITlbN of his -work In restoring Fort-San Lorenxo

ynd- historic -research'tie made during his two-year stay on

,,'the Isthmus, thePanama, government yesterdai; awarded:

me uraer oi vasco nunea oe xiaiDoa o u. vou uroy m. ;

vuiooeu ueii) ac an unpresfive ceremony neia a,jna, oiiice
'..of the Foreign .Minlstiy, Joe D; Bazin, chalrman for-the For- ;

:eign Relations committee or the Rational ASsemDiy, stands

'by while. Giodeii expresses nis; thanks ana appreciation lor
, the award. t v '-fV''' .-.. V v"

of the) moat w

$3 Pick

KALAMAZ O, Mich., May 3

(UP) City Parks Superintendent
Nich-i-at Kik tfKliy received three
$1 bill and iet-er which said in
part: "My s i trieno and I went
walking in Cr .re Tar. We picked
a few tulips. 1 n forry and I hor
this money ij cover the daa daa-'
' daa-' age." -

. Xfoor i Of Bite


viciouii do?
what t'fpt. i
hare H 1
M-v Tht. ;
ma t j!r
flog hit h

-. Kay 3 fUP A
a arconrld
5- ffi gioom of nijht
-3 in a aectton vf
t e,'.';ct hat lVi
- O area urt:l t!e

KETTRNS TO rir Marv Frances Haean ta:v to rewa rewa-rr.Pi
rr.Pi rewa-rr.Pi af.T s" ; st Nfw York's Id.ewiid Airport. T Kunt-lrs'-n.
w. ;.n aa released ty Israel Arr!! 13 after
f-;r? j. x r - .on on an e.'pior.are conic.5--n. Vjs
1 : - r 'Mi fry. ccr.v.fted laft Oct-?C-er
cf al f?erret Act

itt existence," It haa since bean
ceverad ever becaute -ef the -element
danaer-te lieht-ieert. : -'

Ha feels the existence of the

moat, which was completely un

known before, was the most im

portant discovery made auring

the restoration oi me v
Rnt.h Pnaamanian .and Zone

historians aeree that the histo

rie significance of the discovery
of the moat cannot be. overesti

mated. To them. It nas ciamiea
the auestlon of -how, Morgan

h hi famous attack.

Glodell considers that the
area from the big mango tree
at San Lorenzo (which stands

on the edge of the filled moat)
tn th ea. is where all the his

tory of the former great Span

ish stronghold is concemrawru.
Thanka fe the efferte of Gledall
and a frM liiatoriaM. Saa La Lara
ra Lara me today h e"11"
ef between 500 te 1,000 vhitert
each weekend. Ivan Pnteh Prln Prln-ceaa
ceaa Prln-ceaa whe ard abent.the famem
k iitd the area.

The decorated officer who
has crowded a fabulous amovfnt
of living into 55 years, feels that

his1 original passion iu
'latino etarttd Hack in New

York when he heard some Span Spanish
ish Spanish children talkihg nd found
the language to be a most
beautiful one." J .
whin hl famllvrlnoved to

the West Coast, young Glodell

began pursuine; nit mieress -n
earnest First he moved m with
Mrvirjtn familv and learned

from their two dapghtera to love
snanlsh dancing. Inspired by

thm tn follow this specialized

field, the colonel studied under
several famous teachers, one of
them: Eduardo Cansino (Rita

Hayworth's father), thus em embarking
barking embarking on a strange and won wonderful
derful wonderful career for gringo.

He says that nis family at inn

time was convinced he waa a
bum, but he soared to become
orimer bailarin with a Mexican

opera company and toured with

them ail over tne. states.

1 think that's where my true

Interest In Pa rv Americanism
really started." he says today J
becaBse of his universal accept

ance by the Mexican troupe de

spite the fact that It was con

sidered unusual for an Ameri

can to become one of them.

du up te preve i An -enlarged heart",-muscle

forced him back to more prosaic

work r m the communication
field.1! and' shortly- before Pearl

Harbor Glodell found himself an

officer in the National Guard at

Rhode Island,

' He's atill e little resentful -everi

the fact that hia military service,'
'although utilizing hit knowledge ef
' Spanith, f never sot; bim eut ef
Vathineten. - '-:-

In1 1944.- Gloddell was sent to

Bolivia where he was in charge

or tne- Army.'s Military Mission

tnerei :

Jnst i before .'arrlvinsr on the

Zone, he acted as deputy secre secretary
tary secretary of the Inter-American De

fense Board In New York, in

charge of setting up a simul

taneous translation system in
four languages now beine used

at woria conferences.

On the eve of his deoarture

from the Zone vesterdav Glodell

said he felt gratified that there

were key men here that are in interested
terested interested In continuing the work

hf started. Eventually' he hones

that these men. among them

Capt. Bob Rennle. William Ko Ko-san
san Ko-san and Arthur Albright of the
Canal,, each a specialist in hi;

field, will get together to nro

duce a book which he feels is

long overdue on the historic sig

nificance of Panama

Meanwhile, he's convinced
that ftomedav he'll be bactr here
"How could I stay awav," be
atktt "when there ia re ntvcb wen wen-derfirl
derfirl wen-derfirl histety virtully anderfeet.
Yea can aa anvwbere bs ama,
kick ap ateae and find bis- i

- A PANAMEfWSTA leader quot quoted
ed quoted .his chief, former President
Dr. Arnulfo Arias, as saying he

may pay-a visit to Argentina,
but he has no Intention of leav leaving
ing leaving s Panama and retiring from

uie national scene tor good.

According to La Hora. the

spokesman said the Panamefils Panamefils-ta
ta Panamefils-ta Party has 40,000 members hut

is aosuuning rrom politics on or orders
ders orders from the ex-President.,
, The tabloid went brt to con confirm
firm confirm an earlier annoancement
that Foreign Minister Aquflino
Boyd had Issued an official
passport to Dr. Arias and had,
also given him letters of Intro
. ductlon to Panamanian envoys
in South America.;., rf

At the same .Ume.. .LaHora
speculated in the caption Under
Boyd's photograph on his being

uie presidential candidate of the
Panamefilstas in I960.?
El Dla i reported ' today ? the
winding up of a series of Dolltl-

cal movements with meetlne-

yesteraay oetween First Vice
President Temlstocles Diaz, Mln-
ister of Government and Justice
Max Heurtematte and v former
cabinet minister Alejandro ; Re Re-mon,
mon, Re-mon, In the latter's home.

Quoting Informed, sources;' the

paper Said Diaz expressed his
views aimed at better relations

between the different factions of
the National patriotic Coalition

,! wa",venartf -rt

t that members of Ahree dls-

grunnea iaetons'or the CPN

met jnonaay In the DIas' home.

Duas is the Reader of the Lib Liberal
eral Liberal Doetrinarlo. faction. Ra

mon of theNacional Revolu-

uonario xaotion and Heorte

matte is a prominent member

or tne Renovador faction, led
by President; de la Guardla

'v C- ,r i k 1 1 (,
n si A' 1 ArvL- v

Commiitee Orders F
Action Deferred

Glodell and his family left
earlv this morning for Rhode Is Island
land Island for a well-deserved rest

and vacation. ;

WASHINGTON Ma,3 (UP)( The House5 Appro!
priations committee today denied a requested $1,000,CC3
to begin work this year on a new high-level bridge over
the. Panama Canal ot Balboa.;' ti ; .,
Construction of the bridge was guaranteed in ths
recent U.S.-Panama treaty revision, ;and was authorize J
by Congress last year. Zt '-t,1,:
, The Administration sent, up, the request for the ini initial
tial initial funds, for. surveying and planning, in a supplemental
1957 appropriation bill recently. ; v
The committee today; however, struck the funds from

the bill and said: - ; v '' r

: "In view of the need, wherever feasible, to-delay all

new undertakings of .this kind until the Federal fiscal
situation has improved, action on this item is deferred."
The Administration' is expected to ask the Senate to

restore the funds, or to renew the request for 1958.

1 1

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USCA s; Dihvecj objects

To Some. Treaty ivhqsi

District Attornev Carlos A Lo

pez is investigating whether 8u
perlor Tribunal Magistrate Vite
llo de Gracia was born In Carta

gena. Colombia, as charted .bv

Ruben O. Mlro, the confessed

slayer of President Jose A. Re

mon. ...,:..!'

Lopez is said to have asked the

Foreign Ministry to find out

from Colombian authorities if

tnere is any record of De Gra

ce's birth itt Cartagena., k,-v4

-' W.v. : y '..-; -:

The tabloid La Hora renorts

mat the baptismal registration

books of the Santa Ana Church,

wnere tne Magistrate was bap

tized, will be submitted to an

other Inspection today and that

Statements will be-taken from

the priest of the parish.

Acting Panama City Mayor

Roberto Clement has requested

the appointment "of a night

watchman in the Amador Cem

etery to prevent the frequent

thefts of bronze decorations from

the tombs.

-. :. ? ..". "-. ; .v.--' i
Clement, Who wilt act as ma mayor
yor mayor for II days whSJe Mayer
Cajar Eseala pays Sn. official

visit te New Orleans; said" the

number of. theft In Panama
Citr cemeteries Is Increasing
daily. --y ;

Grounds Division

Delivers Dirt : :

To 897 Gardens


Dirt 3.085 cubic yards Of It'

was aeitverM dnring the drv sea

ton bv the Ronsln and GrounH

DlvlsloB to oceooant of tP7

nouses la UA and Latin Am ell

can communities on both sides

of the Isthmus.
The deliveries were made free
of charge in response to advance

orders made by Canal Zone resi residents
dents residents who had made Diana for

rmorovm their rardens before

the rIn betfa thi month, ae-i

HONG KONG, "Way 3 (UP) feorcun to aa Item ODerln n

Groun Cact. Pete Townsend Brfti'De latest lsroe of ine Panama

Pool room owners la Colon

have threatened to go out of
business as a result of the gov government's
ernment's government's ban on card-playing,
which Is considered a game of

"luck, and chance." -
El Dia's Colon correspondent
quotes the pool room owners as
saying they cant even 1 make
enough money to pay rental
from the product of the pool ta tables
bles tables alone.


The local attorney for the Unit

ed States Citizens Association

of the Panama Canal Zone ob

jected -today to some proposals

resulting from the revised treaty

between Panama and the .unit

ed states. ..

Among, the objections ex

pressed by attorney Lavern R.

Dllweg in a statement were

these: .. ..".?

1. The proposal that the Pan

ama Canal Company pay into

the United States treasury ? a-

mounts sufficient to reimburse
the Treasury for the annuity
payments to" Panama, which

were Increased by the treaty to
SI.930,000. .; : j

2. The intervention to -credit

the Panama Canal Company
and government 'With the net
book value of the! lands and

properties to be returned to Pan-i

ama under provisions or .: tne

treaty. .. '".(

Of the first point, Dllweg said
. MWe maar sphere ta ear arafteV
reviewlv Ukrn, that, the aMk-ian'
al SI. 500.000 ebliaatiea, aaaaal aaaaal-hr,
hr, aaaaal-hr, h a direct' recall af aaeta aaeta-mtnt
mtnt aaeta-mtnt far the acaaemie aanallt af

Army Sfeppino Up

Olive Drnb Stuff


The Army has stepped up Its tim

t-b' fo' rerei its -old. olive

drab uniforms with the new green

ones. ( w

The Annv naid it now expects

to benn issuing two vreen uni

forms to ever new enlisted man

m October, 1358 one year earlier

than origin scheduled.

- Many soldiers already are au

thorized to wear the trees uni uniform.
form. uniform. Next October, new-enlisted
men will be issued one green uni uniform
form uniform and one ia olive drab. (
The uniform exchange was ffis-i
closed in Army testimony given

to House Appropriations .nbeom-l

mittee Feb.- ond released today,

t V"
. Panama aad k thtuU came aur af
areeriateeV -aea raimbombl
fana'a, ta be Mraraad ta the 'Traac
ry fcy all 470.00000- VH4
. Stataa aMaaaa' alike ia liaw af the
aaara ef the Canal waterway, Paa
aiania amaUyaa, ana' tha haae haae-ful
ful haae-ful ef U.S, ekiMBt living in thie
sraa. '-.'..j' ,n ,,i
Of the second point, he said:
1 ralr market value credit
would decrease, more effective effectively
ly effectively the capital Value of the ca

nal enterprise on which the
company ls required to collect

ana pay interest chars inM

the Treasury. . .
"It would relieve tfi

ny of the necMitv nf r)- -.-fr,

addlUonal overhead to mae no J
that amount of interest that
would be eliminated on the sum
allowed as marked value."

JJiiweg's statement wax nr.

Pajedfor the Merchant Mirina
and Jlsherlea enrnmittM c-

House of Representatives, i
Churchill Condemns

Of U. If.

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fvnv fas a T.Lf a

uili Jiici run mi


Townsend Off

On 2-Week Visit

To Red China

Fong Kon( todav for a two-week

vi't to Comimyiist China.

Townsend. who once waa Prin

ters Marraret a ikjiiot. i waki"f

I a rp'jrxi-iH -worM tojr alw. Ke
i ht r''N t vitrt P-iping.

Canal Review.
Houstnr and Grounds officials
rtPortd that all advance orders
fre f;i:ed. and that plans have
trn made to repet the top soil
c;.vTy service next year.

One Rainbow City High Student,
Two From Paralso To Enter CZJC

' : -.-,. i v .- t . i'h
Three stadenta from Canal fare Lattn Amerlcaa klrh
schools wha will enter the Canal Ze nlar College Uat
fall are: Jane L. King of Ealnoewt- v High and Rayinend
8. Oakley, and Beverly Ann "Peat, feola a rsraiM High
ScboeL .- -' f i
Tea stadenta, of the 1 who took entrance exasnlnatioas
April 17, were accepted for tbe cemtng eemeater. .
Only twa wha sradnateJ freaa Panama. Oty scbmIs paas-
' ed the exam with marki high eneurh ta warrant adanlaalack
Thev are: Gloria X. Talt. af tbe Institute FanamericaB aai
Enriqae A. Thaanpaea ef Ceregla Abel Era- af Calaa.
The remainder ef the 41 stadenta i; Ve fraaa Balhaa
Hl(h SehaeL They are: Tataaj D. Alexander. 1 aberta A. Chan.
Claadette S Tanaaieh, David S. Behar aid Gaspmr E. Area-
rade. ....,.,

LONDON. Mav.l nn LTt;.-

Winston. -Churchill Ltda

ed the United ationa foe ii t-

titude over the Sues crisis and
said persons who attacked Britaia
f-Dd.ft,ne' for "resolute-c.
tutn" .II ... ..

. r mA wmj wiw ua vc j ea ease,
se, ease, te re consider their ooinMuia.

. "; ',. '. ? ....... k
The former oremier. fa hilM

political speech for a year, told the
annual meeting of the Primrose
Leagu here that tha eonntr "mi

ConservaUve Party "owed i.'u-

raoe to Sir Anthony Eden."

He said that nboaa what at hnma

aad abroad -attacked the reeolut
action which, ia company with our
French allies, he took last Autuma
may vow perhaps-' have reaaoa t

reconsider their opinions." -,

."I do not think the attitude the

adopted by the United Nations haa
beea helpful either to the tree
world or te the caese of peace and
proeperit) is tba M in die East
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American In Caf
Mishap Fined $65
For driving recklessly and Oe
failing te report aa accident, a I I-year
year I-year old Americas waa fmed a te-'
ti of tSi today in the Balks a
Maristralo CoarL
The eVfesdant was Edward; H.
Olson. The incident learhnf

ta the two charges which involve
ed aa accident, occurred early

Tuesday morning. . --

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Labor News
And y

seemed to be the burst of machine
gun lire and the angry roar of
monars rippmg tne 7 a.m. air
just a tew streets from tha White
House awakened this visitor to
fashionable hotel here.
But a toe-crushmK dash to the
window revealed that the hubbub
outside came from pneumatic
drills and busy steam : shovels
tearing up the ground for the new
modern nome of an in coming u u-nion
nion u-nion and a small one at that
which bought one of Washington's
most expensive pieces ot property
TKls ieadauarters Is buf one of
the tasteful new marble mansions
lauoT nac- spottea in -t 'downtown
Washington, around the. White
House and the foot Of The Hill
. .i t. ... .... Tf
reuimuingr au nera noi oniy ox ia
bor's maturity but of its opulence
So it didn't take the racket' probe
to turn congress and the" W h 1 1 e
House towards the startling : new
propiem oi tapor s weaitn,
when tne Treasury Uept: was
asked just how much all this to
taled, it was realized that no one
really knew and that the liquid as assets
sets assets could run past 110,000,000, 110,000,000,-000
000 110,000,000,-000 without benefit or real estate.
A spotless union such as John
Lewis United Mine Workers. it
was learned, has some $78,000,000
in casn in us ireaauryj1 .
There are scores of others with
more than $25,000,000 and at least
a dozen witn almost (40,000,000.-
But any effort t St at a real
braiKoowo i ineso figures., has
failed. There Just are no records
anywhereovon In fho treasury
Dept., whoro these dollar . slatf
re supposed to bo on file, ae
cording to mo jaw. And a little
digging revealed the feet t'he t
hia law requiring all unions and
welfare funds to file their finan financial
cial financial biographies Is eJmply being
ignored. Theft what Bob Ken Ken-nody
nody Ken-nody referred to in his Sunday
"Meet The Press" interview.

It can he reported that only sev.Ur..veling man in tMX iaceg wd

eral hundred of these 17,000 local
unions and the. 100,000 welfare
funds are complying with the law.
' This law requires that first they
shall ask the Trasury Dept. for
a tax exempt' status. They then
receive Form 990, which has been
discussed before in this clounm,
This four-page legal-sized report
supposedly gives all, financial de details
tails details of the unions, y Then they
don't have to pay ; taxes on the
millionff o dollars received and
the jnhnewarned by investmtnki
of dues and w e 1 f a r e payments
teom members ana employers.
Jf this law had been obeyed and
the forma properly, filled out over
the-past' decade, and then polic policed
ed policed by: the' Treasury Dept.' every everybody,
body, everybody, would have been (happier.
The thousands of clean unions
would not today be worried about
being smeared by the noisome rep reputation
utation reputation of the money lenders in la
bor-temples. .- :
The government would not have
to SDend its time and money on
the rackets probe ana toe wmie
House wouia not nave 10 oe con
cerned with the bitter hysteria now
reported in all parts of the land
over the Senate revelations.
M Is. lMe 'Known that Here Is
a law governing the nation's ?8,.
001 pension funds containing nil nil-lions
lions nil-lions of dollars. Those have been
kept clean. Those funds are po policed
liced policed by the special lew which
prevents extravagant expondi expondi-tvres
tvres expondi-tvres and guards v Investments
under'; Prohibited Transaction
Section 102, of the Internal Rov
nuw Code. Not many reeHse the
ifforenee between Wotfere funds
which are simply health and life
insurance policies and the pen pension
sion pension funds which are simply eid
age security pools.
' If the Forms 990 had been pro
perly handled, all the government
would have to do now wouia do to
call in union, officials and ask
them to prove to the Treasury a a-sehts
sehts a-sehts the accuracy of what had
been filed. If the buys, refuse to
come in and there cannot be a
Fifth, taken here the Treasury
Dent.' can simmy send the case
ion down to the Justice Dept. for
Then we would have two chain
reactions. There would be. in ef
fect, punishment to-fit the actual
crime ot looting. Ana tne puouct puouct-tr
tr puouct-tr which would spotlight sueh
esse would provide the punishment
to fit the moral crime of betrayal
of the trust Of labor leadership.
There will be enforcement now,
W it'a lika locking tne Teamsters'
Ittsble door after the thoroughbreds
i have been borrowed.. Now Presi Presi-iUnt
iUnt Presi-iUnt Eiaanhower has given orders
' for new- laws to permit anion
members and the public to count
labor's money regulsrly in the
merket place, mese taws wui oe
a turning point in this nation's his
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NEW YORK Sometimes, as a
simple peasant, the stupidity oi
New. York, officialdom in connec
tion with international affairs a-
mazes me.
I mav say "ain't" and split my
infinitlv Kut I am at 1 ant I
also can read. What New York
needs is a USIA to explain New
York to the free world.
I thought the boot Mayor" Rob
ert F. Wagner pulled when he
cava the brush to King saud
should have been enough to have
his buttons stripped and ms mayo
ral sword broken over Eisenhow
er' knee.-1' ' l:. i ; t;:t
We were mating a big interna
tional point over the Saudi .Ara
bian King at. a tune wnen we neea-
ed him badly as counier-irntant
to the overweening jbt; XMasser in
But someDoaj, ouKUC' io 'cau
sanity bearing on Honest Avr Har-
riman, who might have been our
President but for the grace of God
and a lot of luck.
New York's invitation to bring
Archbishop Makarios as an honor
ed guet to tne Die city is past 00-
lief for anybody who has ever
been farther out ot town man raw
Street. 1
Makanos Is the untu-recentiy-
exiled Greek Archbishoo whose
banishment as a troublemaker in
Cyprus stirred up the massacres
and counter-mrssacres betwen the
Turkish Cypnots, the Greek ty
oriots. and the British troops.
lndirecuy,. maaanos, wuom me
. 1 1 .L.
Turkish government news agency
called "a chief of terrorists and
assassins" which is what be was
was as much a fomenter or un-
nuessarv. murder a Jomo Ken-
yaua in the iau au ousuess w
n.enya. .
The Turkish -agency continue,
"To invite Makarios to go to New
York and grasp his blood-stained
hand has caused astonishment in
Turkev And not only la Turxey
me uriusn are nopping mu ai
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us again, and with cause.
if vou want to dou oown tne cy
pru bloodshed into a short brew.

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4Stick Up!?

Archbishop Makarios
; By BO? RUARK ,.

it 1 was another : British colonial
problem, with -the Greeks and the
iuiks who occupy Cyprus scrap
ping over whether the t s 1 a n a
gnouia unite witn Greece, coin
sides had a point. i
But the Archbishop used bis po
sition as an auegea man 01 toa
to stir Un the animals. So the Brit
ish removed him to-.a messy ut
You'll be seeing Tim my Thurs Thurston,
ton, Thurston, 3, of Cincinnati, Ohio, in
newspapers ana pa omw
000, but will you hear bis
plea? The hard-of-hearlng Jad.
is the American Hearing Soci-v
ety'a poster boy for this year,
and his picture. wul key ap appeals
peals appeals (or funds during National
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tie set of islands called the Seychel
les, in the Indian Ocean close a-
Doard ast Africa, and with their
usual talent botched the trouble in
Cyprus even more artistically than
they failed to cope with their Mau
juau business in Kenya, ao they
made a private deal the other day
and cut the old Archbishop loose.;
. in one ox ins nonsense reiiects
any credit on the thinking in White
hall, but .there has been so little
thinking in wnitenau that .we
won't belabor the point, r
I'm talking about the Governor
of New York,', Honest Ave Hsrri-
man. uy wnat ngnt does the Gov
ernor of' New. York intervene in
to problems that, wouldn't concern
him if he were President of the
united States or the Secretary of
State? Is the British are saying
this minute,- ana as the Turks are
saying, .how dart ne? ,.. ;r
What business has the Govern
or of New York to send tidings of
vjoy and gratification at the news
oi your release to Ataxanos, ask
ing him to come to town- for the
tormai eowetuv :-v.
.Makarios was no martyr he
was a cynical poutician. an lnsti
gator ot riot and murder, and he
belonged in jail in the interests of
public order. ;
. But that apart, our best friends.
our toughest, strongest, most cap capable
able capable allies, our most vitally-placed
friends, apaft from Spam, are
Turkey, and Greece- And this guy
in Albany has exceeded his posi
tion to a point where he can open
the door tor both Greece and Tur
key to be made at us.. '.
Between Mayor Wagner Insult-
ing King Saud and Dick Nixon. in
viting the Algerians to riot some
more. 1 am- beginning to wonder
who is running1 the shop. Let Wag Wagner
ner Wagner clean up the streets, and let
Harriman think about whatever a
Governor thinks. about (
But for heaven's, sake, confine
iV to New; York. The outside world
is,. rough enough already without
the intervention of meddlesome a
mateur, politicians, . r ; ;
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security system is, now; so .strict
that even doodling by high offi officials,,
cials,, officials,, is checked to 1 make sure
their subconscious scribbling does
not reveal any: secrets. The,, doo
dles usually are burned lf tney
are drawn during a secret confer conference,
ence, conference, ','.
Washincton's champion doodler,
Secretary of State Dulles, draws
complex geometric oesigns as ne
thinks. It isn t iixeiy mese ao
stracv patterns would give away
any secrets.
But on the-; chance a psycholo psychologist
gist psychologist might get a clue to Dulles'
secret tmnkinff from them, aides
scrupulously gather up his doo
dles and stuff them into- a brief
case after .each meeting. ....
' Secretary f Oefonso Wilson
'also doodles Tat i h desk. He
may ot down a word or figure
ervurlisue but bis staff do sn't
bother to pick up after; him.
ThaV are -convinced- his doodling
would onlyi confuse enemy a-
Sensitive gen:ies, such s the
Atomie Energy- Commission a n d
CentraMntelliKenCe Agency, auto
matically -uesuoy ah ,uoouung or
scribbling tnat-nas anyimnf w u
with aocret; wprav vi;t-.'rf
Atomic Energy Chairman Lewis
Strauss does not doodle,, but he
scrawls 'nbt,i ppv tiny ; white' pads
and stufls them in his pocketa. He
even keeps- a- pad by his bedside
in- case he snouw get .a; wen
the middle of the night. .. .
Am mm aiwavs eniulies his poc
kets in his office and is careful t6
destrsy' hotet that contain securi
ty .information ;
Central intelligence cmor evi
Ion Dulies -scribbles notes en
shoots of long, lined yellow pa.
per. .Hie security-mind ad staff
takes no chances and simply In In-iitAraA
iitAraA In-iitAraA .all hi waste neoer.
The same is true in other secret
offices around Washington.. Even
doodling is often classiueid as "top
secret '.;" v 5
Top stenogs who work for Demr
ocrats on Capit-1. Hill are, burned
up over Mamie Eisenhower. She
invited onlyiRepublican ear ex
wnmen tn tea at the White House.
Mrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. Truman
used to hold teas for, government
career, women of both parties. But
Mamie nas invneu wuy vu ,w
n 'who work for Republicans. .
Able Congressman Sam McC o n-
nell Of Pennsylvania nas oeeo qui qui-t
t qui-t iv checking bin Reohblican con
tributors to see ,- it they'av back
him as. the .Republican canaiaatc
fri- Governor of Pennsylvania...
GOP, Sen.. Barry Gold water ofjA ofjA-ritona'
ritona' ofjA-ritona' is lining up consery atlve
RepubMeanj to. support, enator
Knowland or.Californla fbr1 Presi President
dent President in i960, Goldwater-is hosting
privately that, right-wing Repubh- oenators are cii w if-D
control of the. party
last two year ut a
their candidate will definitely, be
vnowiaiui -: Gov. "Happy'' Chan
. . i -j. ..., .nH
dler- is trying to bring the Young
Democrats to Louisville for their
national convention., He has even
offered to help tinanee tne conven convention
tion convention Chandler secretly hones to
influence the Young, Democrats in-
a K.rkins him lor oresiaent in
1960.1. .liur mciUDera vi um
Senate Rackets. Committee almost
walked out last week over Counsel
Bob Kennedy. They were so irked
k the way Kennedy has been pop pop-ping
ping pop-ping off to the press that t hey
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held a secret protest meeting,, anoj
served notice ok chairman AlcClel-
lan of Arkansas that something (
had to oe aone aooui .cnneay,
ilcClellan agreed .-, that Kennedy
should clear a future press state
ments with him. ,h Housa sub-,
committee, hcucd uy niauami'
Congressman Kenneth Roberts is
doing quiet but important work on
highway safety, .Samuel MiLnef
has shown up the faulty intolli- -gence.
work of. General MpeArr
thur's wartime- G-2 chief, .Gen.
Charles Willoughby, in a do:u
mented history caued '-'victory, in
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Ccnrcubnd l':d:l
The 'House Armed Services "Com.
mittee today lapproved, jt bill mak mak-mg
mg mak-mg it possible to grant the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Medal of Honor i to
Cmdr, Hugh Barr .Miller -Jr., na naval
val naval hero ot World War II.',
; The- bill would Waive' the -five;
year time limit on granting! the
medal, and allow the, secretary of
the "Navy to consider -Miller for
Se-award. The Senate has, passed
e 'bill.- ' r
Miller,- then a lieutenant, was
aboard the U.S. S. Strong when it,
was torpedoed and sunk during
the1, landing of troops on New
Georgia island in the South Pacifr
iC July. 5,. 1943,- , - .
He remained, with the ship until
it sank, helping others to escape,
and was injured in the water by
exploding depth charges. Thed
MUler directed a. small party wh
got to shore four days later. .
When Miller couldn't proceed be because
cause because of his injuries, he- ordered
his men 5 to make their" way to
friendly lines. For 39 1 days he
stayed behind the Japanese lines,
killing at least 20 enemy soldiers.
Then he was rescued. ,' -'
The Navy said Miller furnished
American forces, with valuable

inforTOation". on Japanese posi
tions and units arter, ms rescue.
' Miller is from, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
He currentlp is', Stationed .at the
Naval .Ah- Station,. Pensacola Fla
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iThe Property Disposal Office to today
day today announced the sale of surplus
- m irt
propeny on w v --v
building No. 70S, Corozal.
For sate are an X-rsy filmstej filmstej-reoscope,
reoscope, filmstej-reoscope, sn illuminator, shel hand
trucks, and other medical supplies
such as surgical needle jars, head headrests,:
rests,: headrests,: surgical suction apparatusi
clamp-type beds, a food service
truck, steriliser, X-ray apparatus
and cotton mattresses. - y
Also for sale are miscellaneous
items including a compressor, pull pull-era,
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valves, shafts, i sockets,-- rings,
washers, rods, bushings, .; plugs,
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Outdcded f.kllicds In Navy Plant

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WASHINGTON (UP) Former Wilson said the inspection bad
Stafy Secretary Charles S. Tnomas another beneficial result It en en-lays
lays en-lays the Navy now gets the same rcouraged the Navy to go over

vorlt out of half as many people some of its other plants, looking

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Jnly if he personally certified it niors their last feast in BHS at

it it Macon, Ga.; ordnance plant

is a result of an inspection ny
v defense Secretary Charles 2. Wil-
ionr 1 ;
Thomas, f then Navy secretary,
l5d Wilson discussed efficiency
Kept"') initiated at the plant in
c'Ssent closed-door testimony pub-
;, Ished today by a House Approp Approp-Nations
Nations Approp-Nations Subcommittee.
' Wilson inspected the plant in
!955 after Congress said it would
. inprove a proposed $360,0,000, 172,-

100 square-foot expansion program

rax nrexsarv. After Wilson's in.

ipection the program was scaled
lown to 2 million dollars ; and
100,000 square feet, T
t i i
Wilson said his recollection was
that "they saved 25 per cnt of
he personnel" without, loss of
liutput after he spotted the old old-ta$hioned,
ta$hioned, old-ta$hioned, inefficient, methods be being
ing being .used. '".'
"L went down to Macon and
looked at ther plant," : Wilson said.
'Well, J, saw some things I did
ot like, very well, affecting the
Efficient operation of the place,
and I would not approve it "until
Hie Navy straightened it out, and
(hey saved considerable personnel
nd got their operations in better
lhape. '
; only hat! to: spend two-
Jhirds or three-fourths as mich as

tad been planned because of tne

for possible economies.

the Army and Naw cluh lat Sat

urday. I think the Juniors are to
be congratulated on a fine ban banquet.'
quet.' banquet.' The food was superb and
with Don Randel playing .relaxing
background music .it was cert certainly
ainly certainly a night to remember.
,' The juniors and seniors are ve very
ry very proud to have received the key
and four leaf clover and will add
it to the long line of honors to be
received in the future in some
way or another, Farenwell, Senior.
Best of luck and success to each
one of you in what ever you un undertake.
dertake. undertake. 1 '7,
' I'm sure everyone has heard so
much about Boys and Girls State
that they are up to their ears with
it but I would like to say some something
thing something more about it.

I don t think anyone realizes as

things I saw right away that were much a we States, t what it -is to

ot right, WM

Tifot instance, right away I
Could lee that they had a nice
screw machine1 department with
iome nice screw machines, but
the men were not running enough
Machines. There were too many
people in there. There were no
pmple conveyors in the place any anywhere.
where. anywhere. They were moving mater materials,
ials, materials, in lots and pans from operator
to operator like we. did 30 .years
;"So I said-Well,"this is no
food. I will not approve a new
plan to keep this kind of inef

ficiency going.""

Thomas, testifying

be an American. It is an interest

ing way f learning how your gov government
ernment government functions and now you
profit from it. There wasn't only
the educational side to it but also
a continuous time of fun and just
really getting to know people from
here and the other side who all
turned out to be a group of really
great people. This, is definitely
one of the g r e a t e s t things
that high school offers. One of the
greatest stumbling blocks with e e-veryone
veryone e-veryone is -making speeches. You
find yourself making little or big
speeches .every time you turn a a-round
round a-round and soon you find how easy

it is to get np in front of a group

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EASTES PONATIQN The ifferlng' taken at' the Easter Sun Sun-rise
rise Sun-rise servlcesat'FOrt .Amador this year $720.66 has been
donated to "One Great HouiJ of Sharing, the united appeal tot
relief and "reconstruction" throughout the world by the Church
wnH',iiine:i':f!hari.''fl4t;"-'CoL)' Rov A. Morden. center).as-

slstant chaplain U.S. Army Caribbean, and Capt. George W.

Hlgglns, Jr, (left)(1Fort Amador provost marshal, look at one
of the Church' World Service's posters held 1 by Sgt, Charles
D.'Averett Xrlght); Higglns' assistant. Higgins find Averett
were responsible for securing and counting the offering. They They-turned
turned They-turned It .over!,, to Chaplain' Morden ,'for submission to the

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uhiraed the incident up this way: thing and find yourself relaxed
"It is Interesting. We are turning and wanting to re where you are.
tut the same amount of work with I hope I have .impressed upon the
half a$ many people." underclassmen the importance of
Wilson emphasized that he was Boys and Girls State. v ; J

hot criticizing the w avy. He sam


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te saw rieht away that "the nice

young captain" in charge of the

Slant wat rover nis neaa in .ry.
ig to answer.. Wilson's questions.
The captain, Wilson said, ex explained
plained explained that he had just come in

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Fcr U.S.j Russia ;


Mie United States and Russia

wduld destroy each other in an a a-temic
temic a-temic war. Adm. Arleigh A. Burke

Chief of Naval Operations, has

Varaed. .
The United States now has the
suclear weapons for "complete de

struction"1 of Russia and the Soviet

union either now has or -will soon
lave the "capability of doing the
lame thine to us." Burke said.

''With 'mutual destruction' in pro-

ipect from nuclear, war. Burke
aid,, f'there is aot to be some sort
Sf stalemate where neither side
ares to start a war because it will
result ; iff destroying the whole
tortbera hemisphere.! .,
Gem Nathan F. Twining, soon
lo become chairman of the Join
Chiefs of Staff, warned that this
fituation increases the danger of
limited war" because "the So So-Jiets
Jiets So-Jiets have acquired a greater ca capability
pability capability to wage general war fend
tan, therefore, undertake limited
aggression with' less fear "of total
legation," ? -?$y;;;
', The comments by Burke and
Twining, outgoing Air Force Chief
if Staff, were contained in a hea hea-rily
rily hea-rily censored. 1331-page transcript'
if testimony by defense officials
in President Eisenhower's $39,500,-1
100,000 defense budget. for the new
scal year,'-'- "- 1
A House Appropriation subcom subcom-hittee
hittee subcom-hittee heard the testimony behind
closed doors recently and made :
public the transcript today. ;
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Well the- elections are here a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. The candidates have ; been
chosen for the offices of presiden
and vice president of the SA for the
year of 1958. i
' The candidate and' their cam campaign
paign campaign manager for president are:
Don Randel and Marjorie Smith;
Al : Nahmad, Sue Mabel; Joan
Dimpfl, Joe'.Trower; Janet Tribe,
Mary Smith; tjeorge Barbier, Bill l:; il '' ;44I
ttuncDv y,r.. ,v ... , : .f
For the office of vice president:

Charles French, Mary Watson; Car Car-Ins
Ins Car-Ins Kiamco. Bill Brunner: Solly

TusSieh. Myrna Pierce: Buteh

Boyett, panny Deslondes; D a e
Browne, Sharon DeVore. The of'
ficial beginning of the campaign
is Friday, May J. The candidates
and managers will give their
speeches on May 8 at an assembly
at 4:30. Then the students -will

vote, on Thursday. Congratula-f

tions to all the candidates and I'm
sure every one of you are perfect
for the job or you wouldn't have
been nominated so whoever wins
will do a good job. v : :
The candidate; of your choice 1
going to need a lot of support from
you and I hope everyone will sup support
port support one. Best of luck to each of


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' Today, Friday, May 3
4:00 Feature Review

4!30What'a Your Favorite (re-

juesu taken by phone

v till 3:00)

:35T-What's your F T o r 1 1 1

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:00 Allen Jackson Commen


' REVIEW (Pabit Beer)

1:30 Top Tunes of th Week


7:00 Thirty-Minute T h at

' (BBC) -,7:30
VOA Report from UA
3:00 Music By Roth
i : 30 Short Ston Theater

:00-You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phone
' tm 7:30)
A: 30 You Asked For It (re-

10:30 Cavalcade OI America
11:00 Jaza Till Midnight
13:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, May 4

:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken

by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jaaa Salon
3:15 The Christophers
1:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
8:15 Bonjour Meadames
9:30 As I See It
in? no Newt

io:05 SDins And Needles (re

quests taken by phont

till 8:30)
n nn News

ll:05-usplns And Nndlii

(cont'd) -11:30
Journey Into Space 1
13:00 New
12:05 Luncheon Musle
12:30 New Tune Time
1:00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
3:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Musio For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review t
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

quests. taken by phone

' till 3:00)
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4:30 Manhattan Melodiea 1
:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Much-Binding
7:30 VOA Report from US
8:00-Saturday Night Dane'
3:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh

10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan

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10:30 Owl's Nest (requests

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Gravid Jchoolgirl's

Alleged Suspension
Causes Brief Strike

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UP) -Classmates
of a pregnant high
school senior at a suburban Hucy
town High School staged a brief
strike today after the girl was
reported suspended.
Officials denied the girl had been
suspended, saying she had left
school because of "an incident" in
one of her classes,
Dr. I. F Simmonvsuperintsnd Simmonvsuperintsnd-ent
ent Simmonvsuperintsnd-ent of the- county board of educa education,
tion, education, said the girl .''probably .will
be suspended unless we find out
she is married." He said she re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly refused to furnish proof.
"It is our policy to suspend any
girl who betemes pregnant and
who is unable to produce evidence
that she is married,". Simmons
said. "We feel that the school is an
agency of society whose respon

sibility is to teach and uphold, the
moral code." 1 f
Dr. Simmons iaid( there "have
"been a number of married girls
in the school system who attended
school while pregnant,.but we feel
it is an entirely differenf matter
with a girl who is unmarriedV

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. FRIDAY, MAT J, 1937'
Case Of Missing.'Oscar'
Winner Js:Real Whodunif I


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AKMY COMMENDATION RIBBON with- metal pendant mas

received yesterday by col. Robert i May, deputy cftier ol
staff (right), for his meritorious, service- during1 a four-year
tour at Headquarters, Caribbean Command. Lt. Gen.. Robert
M.Montague, commander in? chief of the Catibbean Com Command,
mand, Command, presented the award", to May -at' a (ceremony held In
t-T- Montague's office.- (U.S.. Army Photo) v- .-m

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Cel. May Decorated
Fcfr Meritorious'
CsiiaiZone Service
J For outstanding meritorious
aervlce during his tour of tiuty
In the Canal Zone, Col. Robert L.
May. deputy chief of staff of the
Caribbean command, was award awarded
ed awarded the Army Commendation Rib?
bon with metal pendant yester
4 Th hnnnr wax bestowed on i
$4ay by Lt. Gen. Robert M. Mon-
tague, commander in cnier ua
Mbbean Command, during a brief:, mnn oitanfiB!! hv 1

Mrs. May, officers, enlisted per-! ws to her friendshipwith
ionnel wd eivHians of MV.JH. J"

rtMotiZ oflfte, who b appearing with her

P:e and senior staff officers o
mmand headquarters.
An example of the outstand
T ,V ruh-h i,p mi Piipd
fng work for which he was cited
was May's role in the single wage
Scale discussions neia Between
Z i.iiw.. m TT a onv
rnmei, gcnc
FjQje colonel and his family are
icheduled to leave for the VS.
tbisyek tox their, new assign assignment
ment assignment at Third Xf.B. Army head head-quarters,
quarters, head-quarters, Ft McPherson, Oa.
I Among May's decorations are
the Bronze star, he French
Croix de Guerre, Member of the
British Umpire and service med medals
als medals for the European and Ameri American
can American theaters and the occupation
of oermany.
ite Rose Club
to Observe 18th
The' White Rose Social and
(Square Dancing club of oamboa
-Will celebrate their 18th anni anniversary
versary anniversary with a ball tomorrow at
the Santa Cruz Service Center,
C?MicCwlfrbe pTayed by Buck
Jpnes and his combo.
Student Instruction
daily at
Colon Airport
Colon Aviation, Inc.
Aircraft fciiinUntiKt
Charter Sarvka
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Italian picture!

Busly Diana Dor$r
Husband Break Up
LONDON, May S fUP) Brit Brit-ton's
ton's Brit-ton's busty film blonde Diana
Dors and husband Denis Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton have separated, the London
Daily Mirror said today.

The Mirror quoted Diana as
saying "It could be that our
present break-up is a sequel to
our differences in Hollywood."
Diana and her. husband haven't
been home long from the film
capital where they made head-
lines hv throwlnir a nartv whlrh

highlighted a fight by a wlm-;SpS

ming pool.
Diana denied
their bust-up
I "Sooner or' later there will
lnave to be a imanciai settlement
the moment I am too distressed
v,ib K,.t If I
,told Mlrror
- Hamilton told th Mirror "This
is the finish of mv marriase to
Diana" .:
Their separation followed a re
ported row at an all-night party
Saturday last. Hamilton said "I
have nothing to say about that."
Alleyne Chirk.
Dies Following
Alleyne, (Benny) Clark, a for former
mer former employe of the Balboa
Storehouse, died in Santo Tomas
Hospital today : following1 a
lengthy Illness.
A resident of parque Lefevre,
he was 44 years old and a Bar
He Is survived by" his mother,
Mrs. Viola Clark; his sisters,
Rose, Adeia, Mrs. Ethline Buek Buek-ley
ley Buek-ley and Mrs. Ruby Sealey; his
brother, William, and three cmi-
Funeral arrangements are to
be announced later.
New Canal Lawyer
Admitted To Bar
Theodore P. Daly, who Joined
the lesral staff of the office of
the general totjnseT oMhe Pan
ama canal co. m January, was
admitted to the bar of the Ca
nal Zone yesterday by .Judsra
Guthrie P. Crowe of the U S. Dis District
trict District Court. '"
Formerly on the staff of Kir Kir-lln.
lln. Kir-lln. Campbell and Keating, a
well-known New York law firm,
Daly Is a specialist In admiralty
law oa the staff of the general
counsel. ,.
He Is a native of Whitestone.
New York! and studied a year at
nlaccrnnr TTnivergitV in OlaSgOW,
! Scotland, before attending law
school at St. Jonns umvcrwvy mi
Brooklyn, New York.
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Peres Frade and his
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Albert Ching, Mrg. JEdith

CAB Official
Tip On Hash-Hush

Raymond Sawyer, an official of
u,c nevHiauucB ouaiu, w
named today as the possible
source of an information leak that
turned into a; profitable stock
market tip. Sawyer, promptly, de
hied the charge. '
Laurance Henderson, an airline
consultant, told, the Senate Inves Investigation
tigation Investigation subcommittee that Saw Sawyer,
yer, Sawyer, former CAB executive direct'
or, was "the only possible source"
of the information aside from
what he figured out for. himself.
But Sawyer, who since has been
demoted to associate director of
air operations, swore he never
told anybody about a secret de-4
ecisiou before it was made public.
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High Prbad Route
The subcommittee Is trying to
determine who spread the word
that the CAB bad awarded the
highly-prized New York Miami
route to Northeast Airlines over
three1 other ppllcants
Some of the insiders who learned
of the Aug. i decision bought up


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Said U be! the whole, axctting story of bow Amerlea's
newest dane rhythm was" born, ut f the Cuban Jungles
and tnU the 'screen, Columbia Picture "CHA-CHA-CHA
BOOM!" opens TOMORROW, nly, at the DRIVE-IN Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Many f the top-rated Interpreters of tha Latin' Amer
. lean dance .rhythm are ta b seen and beard la the film,
which was brought t the acreen by the prcdaeerf ml Its
' popular musical predecessor, ROCK AROUND THE
Peru Frade, King ef the Mamba, and bis orchestra,
heads the star cast which Include the Mary Kaye Trla
(Jadd Conlrn Group), Helen Grave (Hal Meney Orches Orchestra),
tra), Orchestra), and Luis Atearas and bis arcbestra, featuring Lace Lace-r
r Lace-r Bircenas, and Manny Lepes and his reheat ra. Steve
Dunne, Alls Talton and Je Gensalas Goncalea are featar-
ed In the acting roles ta tbe film with Sylvia Lewis, and
Daat DePaula wba aba danee in tbe picture, Charles
Evans and Howard Wright. Advt.

Geld Prlaa

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of the. Comptroller Section at

Macaulay, Mrs. Louse Blsseli, Miss
Fingered As
Northeast stock,1 correctly guess guessing
ing guessing that it would rise in value,
and turned a quick profit. The de decision
cision decision was not announced official officially
ly officially until Aug 10 eight days later.
Henderson, who first : testified
that he had figured out the de
cision by himself the day after it
was made,: was confronted with
the record of an Aug. 3 telephone
can he made to Forrester A.
Clark, a Boston investment broker
Asked if the record didn't show
that Sawyer was the source of the
information he relayed to Clark,
Henderson replied? "Yes, sir, that
could have been 'the only other
possible source of my inform a-
, ; Atlcecl Abovt Affidavit -'i
Henderson was asked about an
affidavit he signed stating that he
had never received a leak, ''direct
ly or indirectly" from the CAB.
"Accordingto the records here,
it was not accurate," he said. "It
was my best recollection at the
The subcommittee also produced
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Fort Amador pose for photograph

Shirlee White and S. H. Orandin

Air Route : Information Leak;
Led To Stock Market Profit

an affidavit in which Clark said
he did not receive anv information
about the Northeast award before
Aug. 10 and knew of no one else
who had inside information.
, "You reauze you made a mis mistake,"
take," mistake," said acting Subcommittee
Chairman Henry M. Jackson CD-
Wash). : ,,. ,..,
; "No question about it, and, I'm
sorry," Clark replied.
In CAB Room
Sawyer, who also was called as
a witness, acknowledged that he
was in the CAB room on the night
of Aug. 2 when 'the board Voted
a-to-2 to give the New York-Miami
route to Northeast. -.; 5.
' He said he left the room once to
use the restroom out denied he
called anyone then,, later that
night or the next day. He said the
only time he talked with Hender
son was on Aug. 10, while the
CAB was considering whether to
announce the decision.
, '-v
Sawyer said he telephoned Hen Henderson
derson Henderson then to check a report that
Henderson's employer, was trying
to buy Northeast stock. By then,
the CAB decision was widely
He said he did not tell Hender
son that tne cab decision was
3-to2 or that it carried a five five-year
year five-year limit. : f -.
"Most Serious" Leak'
Sawyer said he didn't know or
even have any suspicions as to
the source of the Northeast leak.
He said it "probably was the most
serious one" in the board's long
"history of leaks." j
Henderson, who now works for
Fairchild Engine 8 Airplane Corp.
of Hagerstown, Md., told how he
saw lights in ttie C A u ottices
while driving home from work the
night of Aug. 2.
At about 11 a.m. (he next day,'
be said, he called local broker
and was told mat iMortneast siock
had jumped a point and a half.
From these two bits of intelli intelligence,
gence, intelligence, he said, he deduced that
the CAB. bad voted ia favor of
He ssid he concluded the vote
wss 3-2 because he knew the basic
views of each member. Then be
called Clark, who. bought .500
shares of Northeast stock.
Telephone Recerds"
According to telephone company
records introduced at the bearing
Henderson's call to -Clark was
made at 10:08 a.m., before trading
in Northeast stock ; picked up
sharply. .-. '
When confronted with thr record
Henderson, a former chief clerk of
the Senate Small Business Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, admitted that Sawye nay
have beea the source of his infor information.
mation. information. -
He said be and two friends were
trying to find buyers in New Eng England
land England for the S3 per cent of North
east owned by the Atlas Corp. He
identified the others as Gilli
Long, a Washington attorney, and
Raimond Bowes, a Manchester,!
N.H., public relations rain.
Henderson said they- approached
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(U.S. Army Phatd)
Clark to handle the deal. He said
they thought Atlas might be will
ing to sen because a CABexam CABexam-iner's
iner's CABexam-iner's report had criticized North Northeast
east Northeast management, making: it un unlikely
likely unlikely Northeast would get the
new route. --.,, ,
Produced Letter '..
' The subcommittee oroduced a
letter from Bowles asking 'Sawyer
to give, Northeast "a careful sales
talk about his nubuc relations
firou Sawyer said he did nothing
about the letter because "it would
have been of doubtful propriety
' sawyer said JBowles had Vboast-
ed of his friendship with me in
enorts 5 to get loot 'and clients;
But he said he felt his own ae
tions had been "entirely.: proper.",!
He also saio he did not recall
ever telling Bowles i that ." three
members of the CAB had not. in indicated
dicated indicated how they would vote on
the New York-Miami, route case.
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-' East and West vumcrsble
Sauth. Weat- Kartb East
14 Pass- 1' Pass
2 4 r Ps b
4s v Pas Pass Pass
Opening lead- j
la a Fort worth duplicate 'the
other'nieht everv North-south
pair reached the easy spade
game on laenticaj bidding.
The defense was Identical ulsn
The four of hearts was opened!
East won the queen and king of
hearts and shifted to the three
of diamonds.! Every declarer won
that trick and then difference in
play appeared.; -
Several declarers laid down a
high trump from their hand and
shortly thereafter found out
that there was no.wav left for
them to make more than four.
careful declarers made fivebv
ruffing a heart, returning to
their own hand with the secondi
high diamond, ruffing the. third'
diamond and then pulling
trumps. ..... . j
The reason thai l aav "careful
declarers" is that this is one
hand where there is no hurry to
draw trnmpa. The play to ruff
out ootn a nesrt and diamond
loser will work as long as neither
red suit breakf six-two or .worse
against you. "
Such a break Is possible but
certainly, not probable. It would
.be nice, to be able to guard a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst K.-
On the other hand those de declarers
clarers declarers who started the trump
suit found that their play for
the otertrick collapsed against
the tar more likely bad break of
three trumps to the jack in the
we jt hand and four c-ubs in ite


this rich,; Or is it Rich? Osoar
"winner" Robert Rich, I mean.
Welk anyway, it's a real Holly
wood whodunit or rather "who "who-rotit"
rotit" "who-rotit" titled 'The Case of the
Missing Oscar Wmner."
Here are all the facts, ma'am.
It. all started with the movie,
"The Brave One' about a little
boy and a bull. But it's no' bull
that for the first : time in Oscar's
29 f year history the identity of a
winner is clouded in doubt, myste mystery
ry mystery and intrigue.
Part, of the plot was acted out
for you on stage March 27 before
a coast to coast TV audience
when Deborath Kerr announced
Robert Rich as winner of an Os
car, His name vwas in the enve-
lopefor the Best Motion Picture
siory oi ine year 1 ine ,jrave
One" RKO.
BUT ROBERT RICH didn't step
up to grab the oscan it was ac accepted
cepted accepted by Jesse Lasky Jr.- at the
Academy's request, it seems.
. A few hours later the blushing.
bewildered Academy revealed that
Robert Rich had phoned the Aca
demy a week earlier, saying ne
couldn't be. at the Awards "De "De-cause
cause "De-cause his wife Was in the hospital
and asked, arrangements be made
for someone else to accept the Os
car is he won."
Day after the Academy awards,
t Robert Rich, according to Va-
lenpne Davies 01 tne Acaaemy
Board, "came to us and said he
had not written the story v Appar
ently he had been advised by some
one not to make a further state
This triggered a rush of surpris
ing and comical events:
1. The Robert Rich, who had been
playing "I'm it" tag with the A A-cademy,
cademy, A-cademy, 1 according to Brothers
Frank and Maurice King, produc
ers of "The Brave One," was then-
nephew, a Los Angeles account accountant.
ant. accountant. He tried, they said, "to pro
mote tickets to the Academ? A A-wards
wards A-wards and didn't, get them. It was
just a prank." ; :-.''..-'1:": -!?.'; :'"vi;'
2. : Maurice King-! 'reported the
real Robert Rich in Spain. Frank
King : reported v Robert Rich in
Australian 1
8. But there IS a Robert Rich,
the brothers agreed next day.
"He'll be in Hollywood late this
month to pick up his Oscar.' He's
ait boy we bought '- the script from
in 1952 in Germany! He's a photo photographer
grapher photographer and writer and is goateed.i
We are trying to locate him and
hrinff him here." ; inM
4. ; Movie trade papers wended
In print if "The Brave' One" was
writtwr by "one of the HoUywood
10, or a writer who stood on the
Fifth Amendment before the Red
probes." -r- ,'-
8. Academy clams up oa "ad "advice
vice "advice of counscL" f r f
House Labor
To Recommend
The House "Labor Committee
agreed tentatively today to recom
mend a five-year .two billion dol
laf federal school construction
program. It worked out a compro compromise
mise compromise formula for distributing the
funds to the states. ;
: The committee reached unex
pectedly, swift agreement on- the
two provisions during Its second
day of work on the measure be be-hind
hind be-hind closed doors. The action was
announced by Chairman Graham
A.--Barden (D-NC).- The commit committee
tee committee now will proceed to other sec
tions of the bill. ,.
The oroDosea. dollar limits, u
the program represented, a com'
promise between rresaeni Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's request for a $1,300,000,000
four-year plaa and- more ambi ambitious
tious ambitious Democratic proposals for a
six-year $3,800,000,000 program.
The funds would be spent at a
rate of 400 million dollars a year
for the next five years.
Under the proposed distribution
plan, half of the annual money
yuO million dollars would be allo allocated
cated allocated to the states on the basis of
their school populations.' The oth other
er other half would be allocated accord according
ing according to a formula relating tne num number
ber number of stadents to the state's in income,
come, income, -r '- t
The committee actios is subject
to reconsideration when the mem members
bers members vote oo final approval, of tbe
entire program.
But there were Indications that
the school bill faces rough sled sledding
ding sledding before it gets through Con Congress
gress Congress this session. .
- Senate Republican Leader wil wil-ham
ham wil-ham F. Knowland (CaUf). who
voted in 1948 and 1949 for federal
school aid bills, said today be bad
changed his stand because of the
-budget Situation."
"- Knawlend For. Cutt
Xaowland is supporting substan substantial
tial substantial cuts in the President's new
$71,800,000,000 budget for tha 12
months starting July 1.
Since he voted for previous
said, be has bsd "an opportunity
to see tne greater concentration 01

ITT. ber 'a JJ'hinto!i.- 1 should be considerate about get-
Adding Oiat "whea the federal, u hQmt un tijne not enj0T-(i
, 'Kd'DrtCT.,e:!not bringing it nome with the.,
eiae control. Know ana eaid e'- i," ...
cation it -e thins that belays '8 tank empty, etc
to the rs Tb ,se ib ttm ttT .'
TT.e c- (M not touch to-le worked Mt vj heat if
,1,7 f n ,. -t ,..., 1 rTffe't en'y if f I mbm it arr

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COY AND BULL"- The boyj
and tha bull he loves stand In j
the arena in the motion picture!
(Michel RayJ lead ""Gitano"
across the ring In the awards
winning movie. The l'sfory at
mystery author a Robert Rich;
wasn't on hand to receive, his

' 6. The booming voice of" Orsoa
Welles adds zest to it all with
statement.- , '
HS SAYS, IN"pARTs 1 "the
Brave One' ts based on a -film.. -called'
'My Friend- Bonito'V written"
by Norman Foster' -and myself
and based oh an original story
purchased "by RKO m oar behalf .'
from Mr. Robert Flaherty
"Three quarters of 'My Friend
Bonito was actually shot (in 1940) f
under' the direction.' of vNotmas
Foster with myself as producer.
But when ownership and adminl-
stration of. RKO changed. hand sjt
was decided to abandon the films
In most essential respepts, -'Thl
Brave One' follows the story of
and themain incidents of 'My

r riena uoniio.'
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I READ PISON'S statement to
Frank King, who said: 'L'va aev
er seeu Orson's film, The boy-sndj
the-bull is a legend in Mexico an
Spain. .You film a boy-bull story
and you get the same story; our
film is in Cinemascope. There wis"
no Cinemascope in 1940." ";
."., -u-.r-'5 .(J-', .;.: u .ig t.S ti
" Meanwhile; the "lUhg -?Brethfa
are being sued by the 'Nassour'.
Studio, claiming 'The1 'Bfrave One
was "misappropriated" 1 from a',
screenplay written six years ago
Hy Paul Rader titled "Emilion and'
tbe Bull," 1
v ..
Consult your favorite newspaper
for, further clues in "The Case of
the Missing Oscar Winner',' and
final apprehension Of the' real au
thor. IF Hollywood everackf -him
down. '.;.
Group Agrees
' School) Plant

school legislation? Ja st; yer jhe-
bill contains no proviso for eeailaf :
with segregated schools., 4
' .. tr .. f v .
The allocation' formula iwas an
other of the controversies .which'
contributed to defeat of the urov
jous school legislation, v 1 a -f.
2. The Democrats had Vs'nted the
states; to match" federal grant
dollar for dollar,- Under the Elsea- -howef
'r formula,', poorer stat4
would have put up one dollar for
every.' three federal dollars .while
richer states would put up three"
dollars to get one. i -; .
'.' Under the compromise Ippteved-
by the committee, the 'maximum'
ratio of federal state matching'
funds would be two-to-one. ;-.
v -. ' " I-
'' The committee still must act on-;
a non controversial 750 million

! dollar fund to let the governments

buy district school bonds and eth-
er financial aids -te the states';)
school building progrsmr. -''
' -V - :Zi
Sarden expressed surprise el
the amount of harmony in com
mittee action today. He ssid mem-
bers rad Quarreled yesterday oref
Allegations that there bad .be!"
deliberate attempts to slow action. ;
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Byrd Urges.. Ike To Replace Budget Chief
With Man


Sen. Harrv F. Bvrd ID-VaV catleA

on r resident -Eisenhower -todav to

replace Budget Director -Fercival

. urunoage wiur va man that's
dedicated- to, cutting' the budget."
Byrd made his suggestion as the
President! launched a counter at
tack to save his: foreign aid pro

gram and bis new 371.800.000.000

budget from "sharp .cuts at the

hands of the Senate and House

economy bloc, .v.

, SUPPLEMENtARY AWARD William Bright; .'(right), Btock
control chief, Engineer Supply Division, Corozal,-' presents, a.
-, ,$10 'Check to George .Escalante, employe ot the Engineer sup supply
ply supply Division,'' Jn ceremonies held recently at Corozal. Escalan
, te had previously received a. $10 check' and' suggestion: award
m certificate for suggesting that requests for local purchases
other than emergency purchases be held by the editing section,
jand forwarded to the local procurement section at designated
-Ume- every day. In. checking the results ofr Escalante's jug-5-gestlon
since! Its adoption, It! was found that more -savings
;-were. accrued- than anticipated. This resulted in the supple-,
mentary. award of a second $10 check. (U..S. Army Photo)

sault while Deputy Undersecre

tary of State Loy Henderson was

appealing to a Senate Appropria

tions subcommittee to restore

House cuts In the department's
budget. ,J
Henderson said it was "difficult

to believe" : that' Congress would!

want to slash diplomatic manpow manpower
er manpower in the face of the present world
crisis." Johnson, accusing the offi official
cial official of giving a "false picture,"
retorted that the department was
asking for 31 per cent more people
than last year. ,

f Later, In a Senate speech. John

son accused the administration of

The Whits ; House revealed that

Eisenhower' is considering nse-

tion-wide radio and television ad

dress to muster public support for
his budget. He -was said to be par-

ucuiany anxious to aeiend his
foreign 'aid program,' a prime tar target
get target of the budget-cutters. ?

Byrd. chairman of 1 the .Senate

Finance Committee and leader of, could not be found.'!

the. Senate economic bloc,' cnti-

cizea xsrunoage in a speech to the
U. S. Chambef ef Commerce. He

said the administration budget is
"unduly and unnecessarily- waste

ful and 'Mr., Brundage prepared

"But I do want a budget direct director
or director that's dedicated to cutting the
budget," he said. '
. Brundage declined to comment

. Weekly GOP Meeting
,5s:' ''i'"i'''yAt-'-' t'v i?!;;.''ft'-
1 White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty told newsmen
the President himself brought up
the possibility of a radio-TV ad
dress on the budget at) his regular
weekly meeting this morning with
Senate and v House Republican
leaders. t

Hagerty said the President

' talking out of both sides of Us ,k. u..

",v""." j. "-" "vl v-w 0I misiniormation spread about on
firsi indicated sympathy with aids. manv JWiil-i.iw ttL

. -w

who favored a smaller budget but1 hllri't
lf Annnl,.r' Ikot :.hi Manilla "."'.


New Budget Director

We said it would be "vrv hlni

iui u me rresiaent next vear

had a new budget director Dledeed

to v "economy instead of finding

new-way to spend money;' 1
The i budget :t also. .. came under

twin attack from Senate Democ Democ-cratic
cratic Democ-cratic Leader Lyndon B. 'Johnson
(Tex). He levelled the first as-

Byrd coupled, his criticism of

Brundage with a proposal that
government spending be cut back

eight billion dollars to fiscal 1955

levels to pave the way for a tax
cut of about six billion dollars. He
called the budget "the most irre

sponsible" he had seen in 25years

in Congress.
.He told reporters 'later that he
was not demanding that Brundage
be dismissed because ,"it is not
mp place to do so.", He expalined:
that he was in no position to tell

the President what to do about his

official family,

planned to

particularly the

He said Eisenhower

do what he can to con-

GoIc!.'!cc!(s Goes
Before NY Judge
For Burglary ;
' '': t'iilKi1:1 H' i ir: ;''y

bedtime story about a- real- -live

Goldilocks. ' v
And, according to police, who
got it from the participants, It is
true, although it happened in The

aronr where the only bears 'are
in the zoo.'-

' Goldlicks. a eood looking

blonde, was. sitting in the bed of

Air. ana -Mrs. Edward Hennessey
when they returned to their apart apartment
ment apartment late Tuesday from a week weekend
end weekend trip,, the Hennessey told po-

: She.: was -,a stranger: ; she.! was

eating crackers and a fruit cock cocktail,
tail, cocktail, and she" was wearing Mrs.
Hennessey's housecoat

"Who ,are you;" Hennessey


r?.?- 'l'r"u 1 The blonde mbled on the crack-

nageuy aiu no uemuie pians er and did not, answer.

nave Deen made as yet.' But tie What' are- you doing here,"

iu wa, i icuucuir iviu mo vrui airs, nennesxev axren

leaders he was considering "going
on the air in a radio-TV talk to

the American people", or perhaps Goldilocks was .Marion Darmenin,
even, a 'series" of talks on the 23. an unemployed barmaid. Hun.

"I'm tired."' Goldilocks' laid

Police y later determined that

Negroes Will Have Full Use
Qf Miami Springs Golf Course


The President, meanwhile, made

a vigorous defense of his foreign

aid program in an im prom put. '20-

minute talk-to representatives (of

the League of Women Voters who

called on him in the White House

rose 'garden, r t, .

' JWIAMI, Fla,, May ? '(UP),-,

negroes" wui be giveni xuu use
of the Miami Spr&gs public golf

course unless (the city or Miami
atrta .action' withint 10 days to

overthrow an Integration Order by
Federal' Judee Emmet C Choate

Choate confirmed "that he had

ruled the present policy of permit'

ting mitroes eh the course on

Mondays5 to0 be y unconstitutional
and ordered Integration 'effective

May lO.1' 1 '- 5

4It'i like anything else,"1 Choate
commented. ."You just can't dia dia-tmeuish
tmeuish dia-tmeuish between taxoayers-ithere

can't be any discrimination at ail

. Whether some of us like it. or not,
that's the way u,,is.",M
AliamijOlficAals have .fcerioasly.

considered evading such an .ordecj

by, selling the golf course to .the

city of. Miami Sprmgs .which .pas

no Negro residents.


PUP" Asa Ignment v ; t

Virginia new pupil-placement

board late, Xuesday retused to re readmit
admit readmit .two. white boys who were

expelled because their mother rer

fused ,to fallow the board's pro procedure
cedure procedure for safeguarding public
school segregation.. : k J.
The board is empowered ,to fas-

sign pupils to particular schools of
various grounds without mention

race. iff, f .' : ;
: The. mother, MrsT;Theo DeFebio,
a college graduate who 'drives -a


From Soulh Adopt

SIrong Rcsolulion


taxl in Washington, D.C.; is trying

to "enroll her boys; without com complying
plying complying .with' the law on grounds
it is imeonstitutionaL
-i"' -' X;'-y.
ULtiL DeFebio' refused, saying
she is "'anti-organization," is a
"non-conformist, V and will take
her case "lo the Supreme Court,
if necessary."
'The Alabama Court f' Appeals
Tuesday .-dismissed -the appeal of

the Revi Martin Luther King Jr.,'

Montgomery mteeration leader- of

his, conviction and $500 for violat

ing state anti-boycott law.-.
(The Alabama '.court denied' the
appeal on grounds that King failed

t fde it. jwithin; 60 day I iollowing.

nipconiotie on .March 22. 1956.

as -the lea der of the" Duhucized

year long JVegro- buy boycott in
Montgomery. King now 'has' 15

ear in which to aDDeal te the Ala-

bm a Supreme 'Court, .- -(

, Church Resolution' ,-'
-i w.j v ..-..i-i. if.. ( ) '' .

At Birmingham, memiwhil th

97th general assembly of-. th

Southern Presbyterian Church

adopted I itiad mi sine active

work byi members toward bring bringing
ing bringing about public school integration

inthe South.!.

The stand taken- bv tho

including some 500 leaders irom
16 states was-the sunn put w

taken by a white church organi-

In Chicaeo. fellow cUmmM

helped the Rev, David K. Fison
move to a new parsonage when he
was evicted from -bia aoartmer.t

because he allowed Negroes to at-

iena ms cnurcn. .

While two policemen stood

guard, professional movers and

ministers from ether churches on
Chicago's South Sid moved

FisOO 'a furniture In i hrirk .-him.

Presbyterian church com mission-1 galow near the Trumbull Park

er fronr-ia southern states re-J field house- where hisongrega-

wj uuiuo ycsiciuay armeat uoo worsmps,

whu me arrongest anu-segregauon
platform adopted yet by a aouth aouth-ern
ern aouth-ern church group.
SCht 87th general assembly of
the--church adopted a statement
urging members to help carry out
desegregation of the public schools

nwi-OTjucioning uie acuviues or'f - 1- 'i
thr.Whhe Citizens CounciU-i and Hflf Mafflarol

Rumors Of Marriage

The churchmen declared,, "Tim

Christian faith has 'never coun countenanced
tenanced countenanced racial discrimination and
the supreme law of the land re requires
quires requires that it no longer be practiced-
in the -public school' sys sys-temv."'
temv."' sys-temv."' .,- .,- -.
"Therefore, during this period
of transition every member of the

assemoty -urged t work la ms

nwar tnmmumty lor an honest and

ouraoie aajustment," -The
assembly also adooted res.

elation deploring violence and ec

onomic DoycoUs which have been
aimed at the racially integrated
Kotnonia Farm at Americue, Ga.
It said ihe froiect't memhership
are -being intimidated in their
freedom of worship right. ,.-
.The Presbyterien assembly rep represent
resent represent some 850.000 church mem members
bers members in the South. It took lens
than 10 minutes to paes the state-

menu on race relation.

LONDON (UP)'- Friends of
Princess Margaret said today she
would like to get married but she
."t J" love and won't marry
without it. :. j

The Tittle nrinc win;!i"

in August splnsterish age for

royauy, ihe will remain a n,n.

ster unless she meet the mn she
want, according to these friends. J
The national pastime of picking
a possible mate for Princes Mar-!

garet booms every spring. Thi
year 1 no exception.
The most prominent nam men mentioned
tioned mentioned at the moment i handsome
six footer Chriatopher Lloyd, a
landowner of the right background
and bank account. ; t
' I
, He i XL farm 10.000 acre rf

rich farmland, has a manor house
ftuddrd with Vlluahla nihilnHi

TV ..Mrt.kt- ., ......

-. "r1'uu7 ccusea uis caun- won ut Military cros with the
cos ana the 'KUd of un 'no-j Cldtrem Guards in the tast
timidaUoa, reprisal and violence "J war. V
,Bd it.?ld1't "unthiBkibteN He ha W guet of the
that a Christian could Join eilhra, royal family i-ilnngbam and-


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Even wore, many "repettable'
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He -described the program a
"vital engine" needed to keep the

snip of state on a steady course
tmirari tab a vr

v w .-. wee., v r r ; 11
. Eisenhower said he was In .full,
sympathy" with congressmen who
want to reduce the budget. He said

he would like some day to recom recommend
mend recommend "an even bigger tax cuff
than the seven billion dollars one
he proposed and Congress enact enactedIn
edIn enactedIn 1954.
But he said the budget cutters
always come up against the prob problem
lem problem of foreign aid. As long as a
"predatory force" seeks to de destroy
stroy destroy this, country must remain

strong and provide economic aid

to those nations which need it.
"And If we don't give it, others

wut," n auaea.

Experiments Zoom
At Patrick AF Base
' : .'.. '.'J.V- ,:...v ,. ,. '.:'

Two stages of the three stage
rocket that will, launch the man-

made- earth satellite were 'fired

into space early yesterday from

Patrick Air Force Base, Fla
The Navy said 'the twff. stage

rocket climbed 120 miles up over
the Atlantic before the second

stage detached itself and loomed

out to sea. The distance covered

by the second stage was not dis

closed. It fell into the sea after

using up its fuel. t

The first stage, a Viking rocket.

was similar to the first stage of

the rocket that will be used to

launch the earth satellite, some

time during the International Geo

physical Year starting July 1. The
second stage, propelled by solid
fuels, was similar to the third

stage k ma satellite- rocaet.

... '
Seconcl Tea.
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The test was the second in a

series preceding the firing of the
full three-stage rocket. The Navy
said tbe experiment was designed

primarily to test method of sep

arating tne tnree rockets, -
- Scientists used delicate ; instru

ments to track the entire flight

of the two-stage rocket. -The
Navy said the rocket rose

vertically a- uhort distance,' tilted

toward the nomon and shot out
over the ocean. It said the rocket
reached a 'peak velocity of 3,500

miles an hour. r

The first test firing in the satel

lite project- involved onlp '. a Vik Viking.
ing. Viking. The big rocket soared 125

miles above thee arth last Dec.

at a peak speed of 4,010 miles

an nour.v .-.. -; ,, ,-,

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The Navy, also conducted a

I ground test of the Viking, motor

AorU 29. '

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three-stage satellite rocket, : will

burn out and fall away at an al
titude of about 36 miles. 1

The second stage will carry the

rocket to 140 miles and push the
third stage and 21-pound satellite

to 300 miles and a speed o 9,000

' mile an hour.

Then the third stage will accel

lerate the satellite to 18,000 miles
Ian 'hour before falling away, leav

ing the satellite in an or nit around

i the earth alone. i


gry and having no monev. she had

prawied through the apartment
building's abasement. i o n n d ''a

dumbwaiter and hoisted herself to

the fourth floor,' where she man managed
aged managed to enter f the Hennessey
apartment. j
Police, who do not 'believe in
fairy tales, -charged "Goldilocks
with burglary, s v

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'TOSS1:!!'''!' ilATTHWS,1 wose' engagement to

lis employed bv the Inter Ameripan Opodetic Survey here. Th
wedding take! place In Virginia in the early fall.' (


al Flower Show. Sie will apend to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow aight at the Hotel. El Pa

nama before reaumuc her trip.

Several ladiei from Panama and

the Canal Zone made, the trip to
MedelUn- for the Flower show. A A-aong
aong A-aong those who will foe returning
over the weekend are Mrs. Charles

O. Bruce of Ancon, Mrs. Charles
Morgan of Miraflores and Mrs.. R.
K. Morris of Bella Vista.
Mr. Marry Catler i -'l...
Leaves Fer New Pest 1
In Venetuela
, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Casler
and their four children 1 a f t by
plane .on Wednesday for Carcas,
Venezuela, where Mr. Casler will

Join, the American Embassy Staff

as Attache and Public Relations:

Officer, a. similar position to r the
one he held during hit assignment

to the American Embassy in Pans-

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Mr. and Mrs. 'WiUiam S. Jit

fray of Madrid, Spain, and former

ly .01 uurundu Heights, announce

ine eneaeement nr thir dmiirhtsr

I Cynthia Laura Matthews, to Mr'

I V-ki:.. m: .it r l n

"iiiiu iutju cirasau, jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Tirrill

virasau of Kilmarnock, Virginia.

Miss Matthews fa a graduate of

Aaiboa -High School. Class of '48.

end currently is employed by In-I

ier-Amencan ueodeue Survey.
Mr. Birdsall attended the Choate

School in ; Wallingord,, Connecticut
and .was graduated from Hamilton1

touege-uinton. New York, in

ira. air. BirdsaU Is employed

with Transmutation Section US-

ARCARIB, as Marine Superinten-

aenai oi ner m, jaaiDoa.

Tne weddmg wul take ftlace in

Virginia in tne early fall.

w Fdllowlhr the Inauguration of, the 16th Annual ConyeB. ;
lion of the Lloni Qlnb at the National Theater last night,
' which twas attentfed by President Ernesto de la Gqasdia
t a gala all was eld at the Union Club.
PresWeiH tad Mrs. de la GuMdia were guests of h6nr
at the bail. "They 'were accompanied- by. member tf tle (
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Mrs. i hemaa J. Xirklsnd

Will Step At El Panama

En Route Te Miami

Mrs. Thomas J. Kirkland, for

mer resident of the Jsthojus is re-,

turning to her home in M i a m i
from Medellin, Colombia where

she has been attending the Nation.

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Leaves Per franco
The Ambassador of Panama to
France Don iRaimundo Ortega Vie Vie-o
o Vie-o and Mrs. Ortega Vieto. left yes yesterday
terday yesterday by plane for New York
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Miss. Norma Woe

Becomes Bride

Of Mr. Handel Let

A wedding of interest to r e a i-

aents of ranama and Colon took

place Saturday evening, at o'
clock, at the Cathedral of the Im Immaculate
maculate Immaculate Conception in Colon,
when Miss Norma Wona. daughter

of Mrs. Luria Wan, de Wong and
the late Mr. Alberto Wong'Ying,
became the bride of Mr. Handel
Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

Lee in Colon, Reverend Father Ra

phael Chen, C.M.F., officiated at

tne double ring ceremony.

A program of pre-nuptial music
wss played by the organist. Rev.

Father ?ose Ochoa, C.M.F., while
the luestsiwere assemblinff. and

Miss rClaudia' Farqhuson sand Gop-

noa-s TAve Maria'' and "Because"
during the ceremony. The "Bridal

inorus" iromLooenfrin was nlav-

ed for the procesisonal and Men Mendelssohn's
delssohn's Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" for

the recessional music

The church was decorated with

white gladioli on the altar with

tall beautiful vases of white calfio-

U ana caila liliiei on either aid

of the entrance to the' sancluiry.
The pews were marked with clus clusters
ters clusters of white gladioli and baby

breath tied With satin, bows and
streamers. ."

The bride, who was' given in

marriagf y her brother, Mr. Wil William
liam William M. Wong, was lovely in a

wedding gown of white peau de
soie,.a creation of Mr. ,'Varanes
Hall. It had a high flesk colored

neckline, giving it an Oil the shoul shoulder
der shoulder effeoW Long fitted sleeves el-

tended into tapering bride's points
finished with tiny seed pearls. The

fitted empire bodice was enhanced
by a beautiful design worked wits
seed pearls. The very full skirt

bad a floral border of lace appli application
cation application re-embroidered with crys-j

tal and irndescent beans and seed

pearls. Scattered ever the skirt

were small flowers formed by ir ir-lidescent
lidescent ir-lidescent beads. Tit cathedral
tram, which fell from the .empire
waistline, was elaborately embroi embroidered
dered embroidered with a floral border on both
sides. At the center of the traia
was a pair of love birds csrrying

twin rings encircled by hssrt of

appuqued lace worked with beads.
Her fingertip illusion veil wss

MR. AND MRS. BANDEL LEE are shown following their wed'
ding at the Cathedral of .the Immaculate Conception-in Colon,
s The bride is the former Miss. Norma Wong. ;,

earrings and ring, a gift from her
mother, "and carried a bouquet pf
white orchids. ; I
Miss Eliiabeth Wong, sister of

the bride, was .the maid of honor.

She Wore a' floor length gown of

rose colored satin alone vrincess

lines fashioned with a softly drap-

A 1 U J . MM .1 l 1 J I

neckline.. Two panels of contrast

ingipink fell front the pack of the
shoulders to the hemline. The

front panels of toe-very full skirt
below the empire waistline: were
worked With oearls'and lrridescent

"beads. She wore a headplectf of

matching colored satin embroider

ed with eads.and carried a bou bouquet
quet bouquet of blue and white carnations.

The bridesmaids were the Mis-

es Shirley Lee" and Joy Lee. sis

ters of the groom, Greta Mo n.l

Rosemary Lee, Carolina Tarn and
Arlene Jim. They wore identical

floor length gowns itf alternating

shades of lea blue and powder
blue, along similar lines as that of
the maid of honor, with matching

headpiece. They carried bouquets
of rel and white carnations, .,
. The- flower girls were Anna Lu

ria Fong and Mariela Wong, niec nieces
es nieces of the bride: They were dress-
ed alike tn dainty white frocks of

organdy and silver basket tied
with satin bows and filled with
white carnations. Pamela Pang
and' Debra Chen, : nieces of the
bride, were' trainbearers. T 1 e y
wore short white organdy dresses
with lace applique, v
Ruben- Tong was the ring bear bearer
er bearer and Marco Chen 3ri was 'the
coin bearer; They wore tuxedo
shirts with white bow ties and
long white trousers:
Mr. Byron Lee was best man
for his brother, and the ushers
were Messrs, Kito Kam, Andrew
Iim; Aldrich Lowe Jr., Welling Wellington
ton Wellington Lee, brother of the groom,
Jimmy Leon and Livingston Fung.
Sponsors' for the wedding were
Mf. and. Mrs. Isidro Pons, broth-

er-u-tiaw ana sister of the. bride.

A 'reception for over four bun
dred guests was held Jit the Ho

tel Washington following the wed-

dinj ceremony. The background
for the bride and .groom as they

received guests was a trellis of
two intertwined hearts m a d of

whiter gladioli, carnations and
ferns,' Large baskets of white gla

dioli and eaua Hues were e if e c c-tively
tively c-tively placed is the ballroom
I lk. ,1.. 1. .u

waere iflf recvpuun was new,

'tue Bnae s ume new a cemer cemer-piece
piece cemer-piece of a beautiful three tiered
wedding cake made by Mrs. Olim-l
pia Reeves. The cake was topped
with. a. miniature bride and groom

standing in a garden of white ros-

er under an arch ot orange blos

soms and feras from which bung
a cupld ringing a silver bell. It
wss flaked by lighted white tap tapers
ers tapers la silver holders and encircled
with white carnations. Music for
dancing was furnished by Iv a n
Thorpe's Orchestrs.

Toe newly married couple Jen

chose ashler going away costume
a navy-blue dress with, white ac ac-cesories.
cesories. ac-cesories. Upon their return they

will reside at 10th Street and San Santa
ta Santa Isabel Avenue In Colon.
Mrs. Lee is a graduate of St.
Mary's Academy-and Mr. Lee
graduated from St, Joseph's Col College,
lege, College, .rfv t r,-.y.,
Mf. And Mrs, Psul S. Kramer
Mr. andMrt. S. Paul Kramer

entertained a group of friends last

nieht in the tower apartment or

the Panama American Building,
"where they are staying.

Installation Ceremonies

Of American Legion
Will Precede Gala Batf

Commander A. J. Gaspen of A-

merican Legion Panama Canal

Post No. 1 and president Joan U -Connell
of Auxiliary Unit No. ,1

have issued invitations to aH mem members
bers members of the Post and Unit to- at-1

tend the gala Installation ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies to be held at the American
Legion Club beginning at l p.m.
tomorrow. ;
Immediately following the joint
Installation ceremony, which will
be presided over by Department
Commander Jack O'Connell with

Department Officers of the Amer American
ican American Lesion and Mrs. Frances Gil-

ley, president of the-Department
Auxiliary, a uffet will be serv-

'ed i 1
The InstaUatlon BaU wiU be

held, following with refreshments

served. Music for dancing will be

by Pablo Herrera and bis Marim

ba band.
Among the distinguisbed guests

who have indicated that tney will
attend the annual installation are:
Mr. Libert ot the American Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, Judge Guthrie F. Crowe,
Lionel Vasse. French Ambassador

to Panama, Department Comman

der of the veterans of -foreign
Wari Don O'Niel and Mrs- O'Niel.
(Copttnued en Page". a.'

, tech eetice er Induiioa in this
eeliime sheeld 1 bs svbmirlsd im
type-written rofM aed mailsd ee
the be number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social end Otberwiu," er delivered
ay hsnd te the office. Notices et
Meetings ; cannot accepted by
telephone, .. .

Soroptimlsts Club ,

Meet Tomorrow f
The Sorootimists Club will meet

tomorrow tor luncheon at the Ho
tel El Panama at U o'clock.

Pacific Navy Wives :

Will Held Social
Pacific Navy Wives' Club will
hold their monthly social Monday,
at 7:30 p.m.. The meeting will be
held in the community room at the
Cocoli Clubhouse, AU members are
cordially invited.
- Entertainment will be profitable
as well as fun as the program

chairman has planned an evening
of bingo with pice prizes for the
lucky winners.
Light refreshments will be serv served
ed served by Mrs. Betty Ott.-

Court CoyerUp
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. May 3

(UP) Bare-backed sun dresses
and bare legs have been outlawed

in the offices of the county and

criminal court clerks. The Dsns

were put In effect after a male em

ploye objected to the informal at

tire oi some women employes.

Mr. Henry B. Sargent will

Address Accounting Seminar

Delegates Today

Eye On His Work
Mrs. Robert Biggs was granted a
divorce today on the ground that
she was lonely. Her ex-busbnd

owns a burlesque theater.

(PA-C) Highlight of the 5-day

accounting seminar for account

ants and executives ot the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Companies of the American
and Foreign Power Company
Group which ends, today., will be

an address bv Mr. Henry B. Sar

gemTPresidenirofthe American
and Foreign, Power Company, New

York, City,' Mr. Sargent, an out out-standlns
standlns out-standlns authority in the public

utility industry and an enthusias-

tic leader tH the development oi
tourism, and Industry In the Latin
American Countries will speak a a-bout
bout a-bout Opportunities and Problems
of the Future in the Latin Ameri

cas, i $ ;'fv 4 -"in
- Following Mr. Sargent's address

Mr. G. .Williams, Venezuela, will

lead a round table discussion con confer
fer confer n i n g storeroom accounting

problems.. .y.U .Ur
In the afternoon Mr. W. T,
Blight, New York City, will sum sum-m
m sum-m riven tk aKivitiea ef the semi

nsr and Mr. K. B. Sprague, Vice
Pri1ant. vEbasco International

Corporation New York City, will

officially close we semwnr
few remarks. In the evening a
farewell "dinner for the delegates

will be held at .the ranama uou

Club. :

held by a jeweled coronet. I b eby piano on the same night. for a
wore a set of pearl with diamond aoneymeoa in Mexiee. The bride

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JIMMY'S mother called him up-

When he came, she showed him
Streaks of tar on hi hedsnread.

"Why did you put those skates on
your bed?" she demsnded. "How

many times do; you have to be told
to leave them downstairs? Just
how do you expect me to get that
tar out of your bedspread?"

- Jimmy said complainingly, "I
didn't get it on the bedspread. I

len my skates on the floor "...

His mother felt a panicky sink sink-ing
ing sink-ing of the heart. Why couldn't Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy once take responsibility for
making a mistake? What would
be the end of this child if he didn't

learn to acknowledge a fault if

ne continued to evade all criticism
by insisting he didn't deserve it?
The. answer to these questions
lies in her, - ,-
JIMMY can admit no mistake

Out of his conviction that she wants

a perfect child. His evasion of a-

ny criticism is his effort to satisfy

- wisn ana assure ner she s got
one. ;

she wants him to learn to tol

erate criticism, there's only one

way te teach him. She must free
him of his conviction that : she
wants a perfect child by showing

him kindness when he behaves likel

an imperfect one.

To Ids attempt to present him

self as a boy who could never

dream of Putting his skates on bis

bed, she must become able to say.

Ah. well you 11 be more careful

hereafter. Now let's see if we ean
correct this mistake, I'll take the

snread off the bed and you go

downstairs and get out the clean

ina- fluid r

Unfortunatelv. narents of chil

dren who evade criticism find it

almost impossible to treat: their

mistakes kindjy..

THIS Is because they are so

impatient with their own.

When their child misbehaves.

they think, "Oh, this is awful I

should have been able to maxe
this child virtuous." As they real realize
ize realize their obvious failure to produce

the perfect child, they get madder
and madder .at him for reflecting
discredit on them. Gradually, they

can feePonly resentment toward
the child whose imperfect conduct

exposes them to dreaded criticism.

it we are struggling witn a cnua June, 28, u;.

who resents criticism, the ques questions
tions questions to ask ourselves arer Why do
I, too, fear criticism? Who gave
me standards of accomplishments
so relentless that I live in perpe perpetual
tual perpetual fear, of failing them? Was it
a person who loved me or just
someone who used me to reflect
credit on him? . ,t '.

First Lady Press h

oec re ra ry i a

11 fi n v -i

wnire nousc rosix,

Mrs. Anne Wheaton was swarn la la-today
today la-today as associate White House
Press Secretary.' She is the firit

woman ever to hold the post, i
President Eisenhower told ner
that he and the firstjady were

pleased to nave flirs. wneaton at at-the
the at-the White House, f 1 J,
i'How does it feel to be; a be"
reaucrat?" Eisenhower asked.
Mrs. Wheaton, former assistant

can National Committee, said he
was delighted. A' good friend of
the Eisenhower's, -Mrs. Wheaton
worked through the 1952 camnaien

with Mrs. Eisenhower.
Mrs. Wheaton's salary wiU jump
from the $7,800 she received et
the GOP committee- to 112,000 a
year. j

Doi:clivo Jlciy
' (PA-C)-- Not long ago a gentle gentleman
man gentleman brought us a very handsome
Patek Philippe pocket watch he
had purchased in the United States
six months earlier. He was fascl-

and, more important to our story,
extremely curious to know mere
about the watch because, e n the

pack, in an unusual enameled mo monogram,
nogram, monogram, were the initials 'FF.,,: r-

ne pui our researcners to wore.

porraE inrouen our records in Ge

neve, and ..shortly thereafter were
able to inform the gentleman that

made In 1868 for the Archduchess

Isabella, as a gift, for. Archduke

Franz Ferdinand, the' central fig figure,
ure, figure, of the drama- at Sarajevo,

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Balboa Woman's Club
Will Hold Annual -
Maw Lunchaon Wednesday
The Balboa Woman'! Club will
holrt their annual May Luncheon,
at El Panama, Wednesday, May 8
t 12:30. Reservations are being
Uaken by Mrs.' L. M: Ruppel, tele
phone 2-4353 and Mrs. H. J. Vuib
Ian: tcleDhone 2-3775. No reserve
. tions will be aceepte4 after Mon
day., r'
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Diabla Camera Club. ''
Will Hold Annual -M'"
Partv Tanioht : .a.:-.
More than 100 tickets have been
' gold for the iblft Camera Club's
annual oarty at the Tivoli Guest
House tonight, :
; ) Highlights of the evening will in
elude the Annual Color Slide Ex
: hi hit iudtfed bv Lt.'Cdl. Leslie C
Wood, and the Honor Award to the
Uas AA XiXtUDitor, or ire psrsyu
whn h won the AOSt DOintS 101
' the year because ot the quality, of
ms, or ner,. pnoiograpmc wu.
club nresident fcuwne K. Dern
who last week waa adjudged to
have taken the best slide of th
year. during one of the Club's
trips, will act as toastmaster.
'World's Croat ' '""
Raligens' '''"
Series Start At YMCA
Beginning on Thursday evening
May a at 7:30 p.m. a series of
lectures on. "The World's" s r eat
Religions" will be. held at the Bal
The opening talk will be on Hin
duism, the leader being The Very
Rav. Mi inert J. Peterson, Dean of
the Cathedral of St. xtuce.
On subsequent Thursday e v el
Bings,! Dr. walker M.-- Alderton
will steak en Buddhism; The Rev Reverend
erend Reverend Robert F. Gusic 1 on C o n-
iucianlsm; The Reverend Oscar
yv. vises on isiam: iianoi wamaa
Witkin on Judaism; and Dr. Aider-
ton on Christianity, v
The Chairman ef the Series: ft
Chaplain -John Hollingsworth,
U.S.N.' The course is open to the
public bpt those wishing to enroll
are urge to register at the Bal
boa YMCA-USO. The phpne is Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2759 pr239. -"
The -course is free 'and open id
all who wisho enroll.
Miss Dollr Bray t
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f arty Last Night l
Jlus Dolly Gray waa' guest of
honor at a retirement party given
t ue Amaoor twicers' cjub last
night, ;
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On the eve of her retirement
from a life which she has devoted
to the U.S. Navy, Dorothy Gray,
a lovely lady originally trom Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Mass., and long since a resi
dent of the Canal Zone, sat in her
office at the Headquarters of the
Fifteenth' Naval District, smiling
and said, "I'm going to misj my
work and my friends naturally.
, .1 think everyone misses the
things they love,
Dolly (asshe is called by, hen
many friends; and co-worker
Gray is retiring from her' civil
service position to tne Comman
dants Olfice as Administrative Of
ficer and Chief Clerk of the Navy's
fifteenth Javal District.
The Navy showed its. aonrecia
tion to Miss Gray too, by. oesiow-
ing on her quite an honor; s she
leu the t auministraUoa building
Tuesday, Apru 30, ,1957a after 3
years ot very, loyal, service to the
United States and its. Navy,..Miss
Gray was "piped over, the side"
with six side-boys and was then,
given a Marine and Navy "Honor
Guard" i escort to her quarters on
the Naval reservation, in honor of
her last day of '.active '. duty with
the U. S, Navy: i
Miss Gray first became 'ac
quainted wuh the Wavy by serv serving
ing serving with subject organization- as a
"yeomanette second dais" dur-l
ing the first World War. Following
her honorable discharge from the
service- she joined her family in
the- Canal Zone, and then -started
working for the very small Navy.
establishment which was located
in the Canal Zone. Those were
the days when the Admiral would
just bellow out. JDollyl .'.when
he wanted me; there wasn't even
an interoffice communication sys
tem then, "Miss uray saw. -in -,
. When asked what: the thouent
was the most memorable happen happening
ing happening during her stay at the Naval
District she said, "I think it was
seeing -the Navy here grow' from
the infant that it was, to- having
its own headquarters building, :;u
that) was in July 1941 v when we
moved n, her faced glowed with
warm smile, and she continued,
"and then secondly. I'd say that
seeing all those young men both
enlisted and otucers. who came
through, here during the War
years t .they were to t security
minded and I was about the only ,i. . . l J ii. j :i
civilian wey couiu utw vo,i . u
made me feel even closer to the
MiS Grav who has served un
der 18 United States Navy Admir
also who have been assigned to the
Canal Zone as Commandant of the
15th ,,Navl District ,was recently



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Quote Unquote
"NEW. YORK, Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, in a letter to

New York Times publisher Arthur
Hays Sulzberger, on why Ameri American
can American newsmen are banned from
Communist China:
"Foreign policy and diplomacy
cannot succeed unless, in fact, it
channels the activities of our peo
ple, and in this respect newspaper
men have also their loyalty nd
patriotic duty.",
CHICAGO Gene Fullmer af
ter he lost the middleweight cham
pionship back to Sugar Ray Rob.
"f m standing there blinking my
eyes and' asking manager .Mary
Jenson, TJ like, to know what's
going on. What are they stopping
the fight for? I'm not hurtV And
Jenson said to me, 'The only thing
that happened is that you were
counted out.'
Ji WASHINGTON Teamster f chief
Dave Beck after stating that for former
mer former Sen. James Duff. Pennsylva
nia Republican, would not appear
as. his counsel before the Senate
Rackets Committee because of
Duff's recent association with the
"This has necessitated my v dis disassociating
associating disassociating Sen. Duff and his law
firm from representing me."
CHICAGO Warren L. Yemm
on why he took seven or; eight
wives (he can t remember exact
ly) without ever having been di
."I never could get enough affec-
uon.'- -
' BATTLE CREEK, Mich. Lewis
E. Berry Jr.. deputy Civil Defense
director, on the now high speed
warning system Jui jdiq operation
today: -i
' ."Today we-have -the capability
of alertmg our 200 warning points
in about the lime it would take
to phone for a tDxicab.
honored bv the current Comman-
rf ant. Rear Admiral Clarence L.
C. Atkeson, when he wrote to the
Chief of Waval- Operations, recent
ly referring to Miss Gray," .
Dorothy Cray's, record is. abased
on a life time career, character characterized
ized characterized by service.' c her' work has
come of intelligence. .; production
. ; !, .unquestionable loyalty v ii
devotion to Navy- indeed rare.-.
her 'devotion to the Naval Service
has been outstanding and loyal.1
Miss Gray 'plans -on leaving the
Canal Zone In the near future fo
make her home in Boston, Mass.,
where she will join her f a t h e r,
Mr John Gray, 'of Everett, Mass.
She graduated from Everett High
School, and the Bryant and Scrat Scrat-ton
ton Scrat-ton Secretarial School of Boston.



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ESCORT FOB MISS DOLLY GRAY -r- Gueat of honor at a
retirement party given, at Amador, Qfflcers' Club last iilght.
Miss Dorothy Gray la escorted from the 15th Naval District.
Headquarters by an ''Honor Guard" of one marine, BSgt ?
Michael Frederick Kahl of Marine Barracks 15th ND and one
Bailor, Chief Personnelman Ellis C. Woodburn of J5th NO
' District Personnel Office." (U.S. Navy Photo)

Army's Savings Bond :Drjve
Get's UnderwayJ-lere May 14

Supported by' increased Interest
rates and person to
eanva8sin. the 1957 annual USAR-
CARIB. Savings Bond drive gets
underway Tuesday, May 14, ac according
cording according to Capt. C. E. Jones, com command
mand command savings officer,., ....
The 11-day program will con con-ninHa
ninHa con-ninHa nn Mnv 25 and a command
goal of 65 per-cent participation
by command military personnel
and employes in the payroll say sayings
ings sayings plan for the purchase of bonds
has been set for tne campaign.
.Tumned interest rates from
three to three and a quarter per
cent and maturity dro-back from
ten years to eight years and nine
mnnthi has made America S
navrnli avincs bond Drogram. and.
it is hoped to break gU .preceding

it it
drive records. At the present time,
annroximatelv 10 davs before this
year's kick-off, an average ef 2)
ner cent of the command's per
sonnel are participating In -the pro program.
gram. program. .
Committees composed of divi
sional and section chiefs are sched
uled to carry out the : nerson-to
person canvassing getting, soldiers
and civilian employes te save the
"painless" way through Payroll
savings Finance clerks will auto automatically
matically automatically deduct a said amount
from each month's pay and deliv
er a bond when the purchase price
of a bond has been collected, r
Jones says that every ; persoa
within the command will be con contacted
tacted contacted through this system before
the drive is concluded.-
, United States Savings Bonds au automatically
tomatically automatically accumulated, through
(he payroll savings plan,; offer all
an investment opportunity, that is
both patriotic, and profitable... The
jjjau la ueueuuaMU ine individual,
the Army and the nation ,..
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William WaUace Mein HI, heir
to one of California's largest for fortunes,
tunes, fortunes, defied the wishes of his
socially prominent parent! today
and married the family's former
cook, a 24-year-old German Immi Immigrant.
grant. Immigrant.
Mein. 21. Marine who is slated
for overseas assignment, and dark
haired Isolde Constantani were
married in a private ceremony at
St. James Cathelie Church, then
left for Yosemite National Park
on their honeymoon. r
xne tamuy cut oa juem a al allowance
lowance allowance last fall when he was dis
covered livina with Miss Constan
tani in an apartment at Berkeley
while attending, the University f
California. w
Miss Constantani, who could not
speak English when she entered
this country 15 months ago, had
cooked for the Mem jamuy unui
young Mem left for college, fcne
snecialized in German dishes.
"Bill Is now 21," said Colin
Peters, the family's attorney,?, "He
is a Marine. He is going overseas
The family is willing to credit him
with sufficient maturity to know
what he la doing."
Mein's mother, heir to vast
cattle fortune, had moved for an
annulment of Mein's presumed
marriage to the woman last fail.
Although the couple had obtained
a mamaga license at Reno, nev.,
they never were married." They
obtained another marriage license
Mein had agreed when he
moved out of the Berkeley apart
ment to enter the Marine Corps
that he would wait until he was 21
vaars old before marrying. He is
" T -.
now v eugiDie to receive some m
hia InhMitanea.. I
. Mein's father is president of
Calaveras Cedent Co., Bishop Oil
Co., and its subsidiary, uanaaian
Bishop Oil, ita.r
Rare Whooping
Cranes Reported.
WASHINGTON (UP jA wildlife
bureaucrat shiVered with Joy to today
day today over word that 19 more rare
whopping cranes nay exist,
The" H ; were reported t be
whooping it up in Nebraska and
South-Dakota.. Previously only 24
of the big birdi Were known to
exist ' 1
Frederick C. Xincoln. assUtaat
director' of the Interior Depart
ment's division of sport nsnerwi
and wildlife, said the reports are
"penectiy creaioier: .o ;
"But.?' he added; ?we've had
such reports befora.vllir4hey can
be checked tt wuau)r-sunii out
that, the' 'whooping'! cranes' urs
white pelleansV i -
"We've got spotters looking for
the birds: I certainly nope tney
turn up." .','- t
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of about ix feet. They get their
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:iulig: Pitches Five-Hitter
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. Won Loat Pet.
faclflc All SUra .... 2 2 .500
ttlantlc All Stars 2 2 .500
IUm& Teeners Even V.F.W.
lerie Kulig pitches S hitter to
win to 5
Text rune: Saturday p.m.
i nt Hoiw Stadium
With' the score knotted at 5 all
a the top of the seventh' Inning,
tea, came in. from third with
he winning run while Will was
leings thrown out, pitcher to
IrsVto even up the series at
wo win apiece Thursday night
It Jarman Field, Fort Clayton
Thv Pacific Teeners took a
toe-run lead to the first inning,
hit the Atlantic' Teeiners made It
bur to one in the top of the
hird,in the bottom of the third
he Fiflc lads scored four timed S to 4 only to have the
Itlantic lads tie It up when Vi Vitas
tas Vitas .tingled and came In from
hlrdAen an Infield out.
Vaushan went all the way for
he FMdfie' 'aider giving, up six
lins-on six hits, struck out xnree
id WKlked lour. Kuiig aiso weni
foute and allowed five runs
. r. 7. KIPHUTH
A tp security leak reveals
fiatvfialboa; recruited ten Aua Aua-allan
allan Aua-allan swimmers off of a tran tran-itdngjflner.
itdngjflner. tran-itdngjflner. The eommunlty Is
sixlu to eliminate any risk of
lot coming up with the greatest
lumber or individual champions.
vnmnF viift it that the
tayorf Gamboa has lodged an
Eflcia- 'protest with the Ama Ama-ur
ur Ama-ur "Athletic Union over this out
bid out proselyting of athletic
Went. Question now Is will the
falboa .entries be permitted to
Wun::ln competition on Satur-lay?-
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One thing la certain however,
here .will be a lot of new cham cham-flons
flons cham-flons rowned again this yeat.
flost of them graduate every
tear upon celebrating, another,
arthday, putting the old cham cham-4on
4on cham-4on Into a new event. s
were is jut ui J
toamplons, events and winners.
fiOyard- f ree style boys 13,
latrh Feeney.
SOiyard free style girls 12, Hel Hel-m
m Hel-m George".,
2-yatd free style boys 10,
A artm Holmes.
tliSColi Tqurney
UGamboa Course
tomorrow Morning
Tom6rrow morning about
b Balboa High School boys are
ixoected to narticiDate in an 18
jole golf tournament on the Gara-
toa jmu course at pan 01 me
jchooyir int amural sports pro pro-irani.
irani. pro-irani.
Winners of the tournament will
le determined on a handicap bas bas-t.
t. bas-t. The-' participants will be play play-fig
fig play-fig la groups according to their in in-ranfural
ranfural in-ranfural classification of A, B, or
t League. There will be ribbons
twarded in each of the three
Foursomes will begin teeing off
It :0Gva.m. A ten minute interval
rill Je allowed between each
fcrtitrv :
Th" eoiiric Will be closed to all
(then jolfari from 9:00 a.m. until
he last foursome hat teed off.



1953 Bulck Sedan

1J52 Hillmanila.AYagon ..... .500.00
1)51 Chevrolel Sedan ....... .625.00
iw dldsmobJIe Sedan ..... 400.00
150 Bu!ck-Sedanelle 275.00
Biifck Sedan 500.00



on five hits, struck out 12 and is issued
sued issued four walks.

The box score:
Lutz- . ;
Ab R H
4 12
1 1
Is I
0 0
o to
. ...
Cotton ..
, 3
, 1''
Chassln ......... 3
Garcia .'
Ness .. ..
Morris .
Parker ...
v 3
Two-base hits: Kullg and Cor Corrigan.
rigan. Corrigan. Base on baljs: off Kulig 4,
Vaughan 4. Strike outs by Kullg
12; vaughan 3. Earned runs: At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic S, Pacific ,3. Umpires:
Mohl and Reggor. Tlmri;il:88.
Scorer: Brandon.
They Say
25-yard free style girls 10, Har Harriet
riet Harriet Hewitt.
25-yard free style boys 9, Hen Henry
ry Henry Shirk.
25-yard free style girls 9, Bet Betsy
sy Betsy Bell. :
25-yard free style boys 8, Mat-
hew Manning.
25-yard free style gins 8, Su
san Shirk.
25-yard free style boys 7, Ke
vin Yokum.
25-yard free style girls 1, Jane
Wilson. "m
25-yard free style boys 6, Da
vid Bell. 1
25-yard free style girls 6, Jane
50-yard back stroke boys 12,
Jerry Crawford. :
50-yard back stroke giris 12,
T7al an rimnrtrM ...
h 25-yard back stroke boys 10.
Martin Holmes.
5-yard back stroke girls -10,
Harriet Hewitt.
25-yard back stroke boys 8,
Mathew Manning.
25-yard back stroke girls 8,
Susan Shirk.
50-yard breast stroke boys 12,
Tommy Dugan. V
50-yard breast stroke gins 12,
Charlene Graves.'
25-yard breast stroke boys 10,
William Arey. t
25 yard breast stroke girls 10,
Patricia Bailey. -
25-yard breast stroke boys 8,
John Townsend.
25-yard breast stroke girls 8
Glneer Thomas.
100-yd. free style relay Boys
10, Martin Holmes, Sammy Wit Wit-kin,
kin, Wit-kin, Jerry Mann and Bobby
100-yd. free style relay girls 10,
Betsy Bell, Nancy Morency, Jane
Heame and Manna Figueroa.
100-yd. free style relay boys 8,
John Townsend, Arwy jacooson,
RandaU Akers and Jose Anguizo-
la. ;.. '. ;.
100-vd. free style relay gins s.
Susan Shirk, Judy Redmond,
Linda Betton and Ginger Thom
Other events for which win winners
ners winners are not listed were not on
last year's program or the win winners
ners winners have graduated.
Tudor ... 975.00

(Based on 40 Official at Bats)

Player and club f ab
r h Pet
noaa, cmci..." 143
Muslal', St. Louis 12 53
Hodges, -Bklyn 13 49
8 18 .419
7 22 .415
8 19 .388
Aaron, Mil.
Balleyr Clncl.
Bowman, phila.
Thomas, Pitts.
13 58 13 22 .379
14 49 7 18 .357
14 50 9 18.360
,14 54-' 0 19 '52.
15 63 11 22 .349
13.4S 8 16 .348
Adcock. Mil.
Robinson, clncl. 12 54 11 18
Dark, St Louis 12 54 11 IS
Williams, Bos. 13 50 12 21 .420
FoX, Chicago 12 48 9 18 .375
Bertola. Detroit 14 44 3 16 .364
Simpson. K.C. 15 59 11 21 .356
Mifioso, Chicago 12 48 9 16 -348
Kell,-Baltimore 13 .49 1 S 17 .347
Nleman, Bam. 13 si 8 17 .333
Mantle. N.Y. 13 42 9 14 .333
McDougald, N.Y. 13 49 1 16 .327
Mauch, .Bojton 14, 66 1 7 18 J21
Maris, cieve. ism 0 47 41
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Adcock, Braves 8
Aaron, Braves ........ .);.t, 4
Sauer, Giants 4
(Ten tied with 3) , .-
Williams. Red Sox
Simpson, Athletics
1 sievers, senators .
Skizas, Atmeucs .........
Zernlal, Athletics ........
Lollar, White Sox ........
Skowron, Yanics
Sauer, Giants
Jones. Phils.
Furillo, Dodgers
Hoak, Rediegs ..........
Adcock, Braves
Muslal, Cards
snmi, caras,
Sievers, "Senators . .1". 18'
TutUe, Tlgera 13
Lollar; White Sox ....... 12
Simpson, Athletics ....... 11
(Five tied with 10)
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Spahn, Braves 4 0
Gomez, Giants ..... 3 0
Harshman, W.S. ... 3 0
Trucks, Athletics ... 3 0
Narleskl. Indians
Aga, Aly Khan
Fillies 1-2 In
1,000 Guineas
NEWMARKET, Eng., My 3 -(UP)i-'
Father and ton. the Asa
Khan- and Prince Aly "Khan, today
carried off the bonort in the 1,000
guineai, the second of the English
classic horse races.
Rose Royals II. owned by the
Aga Khan, and ridden by veteran
Jockey Charlie Smirke, was a good
winner bv une length from the All1
Khan's American-bred entry, aen
sualits, which was steered by Jesn
Marsard. Third, two lengut rar-
tber awsy came the Irish favorite.
Angeleta, owned by Lady Honor
Svejdar, and steered by top ap apprentice
prentice apprentice Jockey, Edward Hide.
Hint on the ene mile event,
which was contest by M run run-iwr,
iwr, run-iwr, was 4 te I, 33 te 1, ami 4
t 1 respectively. 1
The race wes cenfifwd t I
year-eld filliea, each
carried 124 pewwda.
' The victory was a big tonic for
the ailing Moslem ruler. During
hs long race career be had won
1 16 or England s elastic none racet
bat until today ue 1,000 uuiness
1 aaa n roved a hoodoo to his entries.
Although the track .continued te
be bone Cira. ua event was a a-trim
trim a-trim favored by brilliant, tunny
wra'ber with Queen Elisabeth at at-'
' at-' teading the meet to watch the run run-iu
iu run-iu of ner entry Carosza, which
could finish no better than fourth.
1 Following a good start Nataika,
' fWut. mrA Cillrvn CiAr iMirfMt.
gele. and resurge with Rote Roy
al 11 and &easuama
c lonely behind.-
At we furUf erk Sae
aweOta wioved wn t a al ner
raw eaVantat .er. e Ray Ray-nlo
nlo Ray-nlo II, Anr- s4 Corona no
Vhmy raced ewwhW. '-
At thie elase Sensuanta was be beta
ta beta v hard orMed hv Ros Reyale
ed the lead, eJoaely preed by Aa Aa-elet
elet Aa-elet and Carona, SUkea Gbder
and Nagaika,.
la tne Catl vphiH ran Re Roy Roy-U
U Roy-U II Wirhfiml her rtrvle. and
racing vp the hill m rM style
drew abets iron Mtmicu. te
f.a:h e efk aad wuh Atfe Atfe-)K
)K Atfe-)K tr lTvt further aay third,
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ner 1st flight; Katie Call, medalist and winner, championship
flight; Rose Phifer winner, 4th flighty Jeane Morris, runner
winner 4rd flight; Gladys Wiley, runner-up, 5(;h;fllght. (Front
5th flight; Pearl Trim, runner-up, championship flight; Ere
Irene' Robinson, runner-up. 1st flight; ; r;- '-i ;V


Tourney for 2nd Year In Row

Katie Call successfully defended
her title in the finaU of the Cerve-
e e ri a Women's Invitational at
Gamboa Golf Club last Sunday,
trouncing Pearl Tnm in the finals
7-6. '

Robin Roberts Proves
Obituaries On Demise
As Star Premature

NEW YORK. May 3 (UP) -It's
Dlain today thoso. obituaries ... of
Robin Roberts' demise as a. star
pitcher were aomewhat. .prema
ture. .v :
Three f straight losses vims year
on top of last season's1 so so
19-18 record had the experts count counting
ing counting Robin "out", but 'the burly
Philadelphia Phillies' right-hander
1 :.u k.. .till "ant
provea iau iuuv m 1
f" with 4-2 victory -over t
Chicagor Cubs in which, he allow allowed
ed allowed only three hit and struck out
13.' Tho Strikeout total was the
highest of Bobin's personal career
and, estaousneq a major icuv
high for-the current campaign.
Roberts, who had a 4.33 earned
run average after losing his first
three starts, retired the first 12
batters to face him and struck out
six of them. Dale Long,, acquired
from the Pittsburgh Pirates
Wednesday broke the spell with
homer in the fifth and Lee Walls,
Ten To Start
Tomorrow In
Kentucky Derby
three-year-olds formally were en
tered yesterday for Sturday's
running of the $125,000 added Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby with one of the colts
lame In his stall and another in
the air en rout .- to Churchill
Downs. -
Although Calumet Farm's Gen.
Duke still suffered from, a badly
bruised left front -foot,- he was
named for tho first of the triple
crown classics along with stable stable-mate
mate stable-mate Iron Liege.
Mister Jive, a last-minute entry
after news of Gen. Duke's Injury
spread, was en route by air from
New Jersey at closing time."
Rounding out one of the clsssi clsssi-ett
ett clsssi-ett fields ever assembled for the
Kentucky Derby were -Whealley
Stable's Bold Ruler. Ralph
Lowe's Gallant Man. Kerr Sublet
Round Table. Clifford Lussky's
Federal Hill, T A. Grusom's
Shan Pae, William S. Miller'a
Better Be and Mrs. Ada L. Rice's
Indian Creek.
Trainer Jimmy Jones still hoped
that Gen. Duke would -get to the
poet for the big race but added,
"Time is working s gainst ns."
The coo, who' may have to be
scratched, drew the' coveted No.
1 poet position while. Iron Liege
arew now i. a
Jones thought some of the sore soreness:
ness: soreness: had left G- Duke's badly
bruised left front foot and hoped
a. new set of shoet would help
ease the eoh'a pain.
The injury to Gen. Duke, and
the poor race turned In by Iron
Liege in the Derby Trial Tuetday
knocked the. Calumet Farm entry
from the fa rue's role, with Bold
Ruler taking
that spot.'
rm ,,i.r Arm r-e of the out-

aide rrxt peiUfr No. a, and will. who played wilhoot the iwt;h '. the irerebers are very cri
be ridden by vein an 'Eddie Ar-fof slugger Ted Williams cwf;H to Psul Ptirsa fr sporsonrg
ear,. to his fc'! room wyy-a-'-'-' 'i- "t t""U

Cal I Wins

Pearl was ssdly ff .her game
and Katie snowed no mercy, con
tinuing the excellent soli she nas
been -playing, all spring.' Pearl's
short game, usually- her strong
point, deserted her completely and
obtained In the same trade, kneck
ed in Chicago's .-other run with, a
triple in the seventh.
The Milwaukee : Braves took v a
two-game hold on first place with
an 8 5 victory over, the Pitts
burgh Pirates, the St. Louis Csr-H
dinsls scored a" 3-2 win over the
Brooklyn Dodgers in a four-hour
and 45-mlnute, 16-lnning marathon
and the Cincinnati Rediegs down
ed the New York Giants,. 8-7,! in
thvithr Natinnal Latrue ffsmeS.
In 'the American League, the
Chicaeo White Sox made it 10. vic
tories in-12 cames with a -l de
cision over the Washington. Sena-I
tors, the New York Yankees beat
the Kansas City Athletics, 3-1, and
the Detroit Tilers downed the Bos
ton Red Sox. 7-5. Baltimore and
Cleveland were idle, ; :
Reekie Ed Beuchee drove In
two runt with -a tingle In the
Sixth Inning te anap a M tie
and pave the, way. for Roberts'
ISOth yictery of his career. Herb
Score of Cleveland stock-out 12
and Sam Janet tof St. Leuia
fanned II for the prevleva ma malar
lar malar league hiohe of the year.
A loth-inninc error by shortstop
Gene Baker, obtained in the deal
with the Cubs. set up a three-run
rally that carried the Bravea to
their llth win in 13 games. Hank
Aaron had five hits in six tries as
Lew BurdeUe won his third game
of the vear with relief aid irom
Red. Murff.. Johnny Powers tied
in the game in the ninth with, a
three-ran Dinch-hlt homer.
Don Blaaineame singled home
F.ddi Miksis in the 16th to give
the Cardinals their marathon win
over Brooklyn and, their tutn
traieht triumoh. Herman Wehm-
eier went tne first 12 innings for
tha Cardinals before giving .way
to 1 winner Larry Jackson. ine
Dodgers ted the score in tne eigntn
when Duke snider douoiea, nomc
Jim Gilliam'. '- Ts
Don. Hoak, who aet a major
league maik by striking out six
timet a -vear an May z. orove in
five runs witn lour nils u un-
cinnati's third straight -. victory.
Hoak's fourth hit, a single through
a drawn in infield, knocked in
tha two ninth-inning runs that gave
the RmI Leea the decision. Hoak,
Ossie-VircU and liau, Hams au
Walt Drape's grand-slam itom itom-er
er itom-er wat .rhe big blew far the White'
Sex a Dick Danevan want tho
distance with a five hitter for
his first wm. Drape's blew came
attar a hemer by- Ray Sievers
reduced e 1-1 aecend inning
tie and dealt Chuck Srebbs hie
feurttt straight lets of the. year.
He was a IS game winner far
the Senators last vear.
The Yankees took over Second
place In the A.I when Tom Stur Stur-divant
divant Stur-divant fanned three end scattered
seven hits. The world .chsmpioos
scored their winning runs in the
third on rookie Tony. Kubeks tri triple,
ple, triple, a walk to Mickey Mantle, Yo Yogi
gi Yogi Bern's eaerifice-fly, and Bill
Stowron's tingle, r.
Rookie Don Lee gained hit first
major lea fue victory for Detroit
with fie aid of a three-run homer
by Charier Maxwell that featured;

a five-run fourth inning opnsing.aout who will collect this prize.

(Tom Brewer suffered nit eecondf
lost of the iTttT for the Bed Sox.

(Standing), Bobble Hughes, win-'
flight; Lee Knuth,. winner; 2nd
- up.' 3rd! .flight; LaNelle-Logan. ;
row) Virginia Hollowell, winner,;
Wright, -runner-up; 2nd-flight;
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she found herself.' five down ; after
nine: holes.. Even then Katie didn't
relax, but shot straight pars on the
loin, xitn, ana inn noiet to nnitn
the mteh.'v'-vv'.'-.A,.-iiit.wi'e'
In the first flight Bobble Hushes
defeated Irene. Robinson 3-2. These
two had bumned ; heads : seeral
times ; recently. in various i tourna
ments, with Irene- winning most of
them,' but this time Bobbie was
not to Da denied. She clearly out
played her-oooonent and was Sam
at the turn., Irene stated a come
back at this point and finaDV re reduced
duced reduced the margin : to. two down.
out isoDDie noted a good mitt t on
the 18th to: win the hole and the
In the second flight Lee -Knuth
won over Eve Wright 4-3.- Lee Dut
two bails out of bounds. on the first
noie,T Dut it turned'1 out r she r was
just getting rid of all her bad shots
at the beginning, and she hardly
made a mistake thereafter,"
In the third flight LaNelle Logan
ana J une Mornt staged a ; real
name, wun ineiie winning on
the 18th hole l up.
The fourth flight match between
Aose Phtfer ; snd Hannah a Clark
looked for a while ae-thougb it
might go on indefinitely,, at ,the
two played 17 : holes on perfectly
even terms. However, Rose, '.evid
ently feeling it was- much too hot
to go extra holet, won the 18th to
tske the match 1 up. 4
In the fifth flight Virginis Hoi Hoi-loweU
loweU Hoi-loweU detested Gladys Wiley
A good1 crowd was on hand at
the Gamboa Golf Club to witness
these fi&al matches, and stayed oa
to enjoy tne ? party afterwards.
George Dilfer presented ail v er
prizes to all winners and runners-
22 Colled Prizes
In Early Times
i Twenty two plsyers csthed in
for a- share in the 32 bottles of
Esrly Times Whisker in the Rine-
er Tournament completed last Sun-I
asy at summit HUls. There were
eight bottles for esch of the four
flights. There were teversl. ties
and it will be up to the players in involved
volved involved in the ties to determine
which one will get the prize. 4 r-
In the first flight' Free Trim and
Perc Graham will, split five bot
tles. They were tied with 59t. Jac
kie Hammond was third and his
prize will be one bottle. .' George
Riley had the best low net score,
getting one nolle for his 40. Pres
Trim was the medalist so he will
also cash is for this prize, which
is one bottle. ;
In the. second flight Welter Grow
aVsasi Trw vtava liia KQ Kaalne errwwl
" wj aaioiaa. aaav rWf wiia ,fvvu
for three bottles. For "his CL Ted
Jordan collected two bottles. Leo
Eberens and Ken Bennett. -will
have to decided who gets the third
prize which is one bottle. Dick E-
gou was the low net 'Winner and
Morris Cherry had the best Quali
fying acore, net 5. i
Winners in the third flight were
Hugh Thomas first with a 65. Ran
dy .Waites aid Charlie Sorrel1 tied
for second and third, they will
strut three bottles of Eariv. Times.
Don Parr and N.'B. .Stephenson
will have to shake' the dice to see
who gets the medal prize, they
were Ued with Tls. John Sattene
bsd the best low net score, a S.
Pearl Trim carried off the hon honors
ors honors in the. women's flight with a
60. Louise Jones and Harriet Mer
ger were tied for second and third
prizes, a total of' three bot'Jes.
Pauline Zoa copped the low net
prize wnn a 52 an uruise jones
and Lynn Joneo were tid for Ww
medal score. They bad aet: 65.
There shouldn't be any ijupstion
Tee toumamnt rwmitiet
ire Misnnt runs GcJ Liua. tnq

' r NATIONAL' T.FAnrrv"
Teams w -i.. p
Brooklyn . s 4,
St. Louis .,.7 S
Cincinnati ... 7. 7
Philadelphia:.- 7
New York ...' ft
Pittsburgh .., 4 10,
'.'3 10, .231
; St. Louis vs Brooklym (N)
'. at Jersey City : 4 .- r
t. vmcmnati at New Yo: (N
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N);
Chicago at Philadelphia (N)'
Cincinnati 300 002 2029 14 2
New York 400 200 1007 10 2
KUppsteln. Oross. Freeman tl-
0) and Bailey.
Burnside. Rldalk." Mareonerl.
Jones, Orissom (0-1) .and Wts Wts-trum,
trum, Wts-trum, Thomas.
' (Nlkht Game
Chicago. ;, ooo 010 loo X 3
PhUadelphla 001 003 00 t 7 1
Drott. (0-3). Valentinettr
Neeman. - i
Robert (1-3) and Lopata.
(10 Innina-sl
Milwaukee 002 100 020
Pittsburgh 100 000 103
Burdette' J.l). Murff and
cranaau. - -,.
Kline. Arroyo.. Face (0-2 and
Fotie, Rand. i 'i v i
"i (Night Game) s
' (16 innlnrsy
St Louis
0000 002 000 000 1 I II ; 1
Brooklyn i a
100 000 010 000 000 01 10 I
Wehmeler. Jsckson1 (1-1) and
H. Smith, Landrlth.
Podres. Labine. Besaent (1-1)
and Campanella. -J t '
Along The Fairways
In spite of late tee-off times
and a more-than-full weekend
of tournament golf,; there was a
good turnout for the regular
monthly PWQA tournament at
Fort Amador 'Golf Club on Sat
urday. April 27. Three new mem.
hers, Audrey Saupe, Edna Dales,
Ann Lawson," competed with 36
others fot t$ie,18 ceally,lovely
prizes.'i.; '.'.v.'j.-, ?
. For low net there was a.' alp
and tuck battle between Jeane
Morris and Elizabeth Weber,
both girls shooting net 64's, with
Jeane wlnnine the .showdown
for first prize, Katie Call, really
on rorm with ner long game ana
pin-point chipping, carded a neat
75 to take low gross honors, otn otn-er
er otn-er winners were:-.- v v-Connie
Connie v-Connie Bishop:. 6A
Edna Jackson 69
Hester Henderson ....i.,. 70;
' Ethel Perantie
71 ;
Ruth Lincoln
.- a
Betty Gildersleevt
Sylva Carpenter
Louise Jones
B.. J. Neaon
, Ann Lawson
Eve Wright
Pearl Trim
. Polly Zon
-. IiOU L1CB ..............
- Camilla Farnsworth ..


"tfj 1 K J GrtM
Nw Orfesas Senrfce
XIUAU v f a, w a
"CIBAO1,; .... ...
.'' ' 4. ":
New Yeric Service ;

. -PAFISMINA" ..... t ...,.,May t
, "JUNIOR- ..May IS i
A STEAMER .........May 21
..'-' 'i : r". -.!
Weekly uIEors twelve pMseater ships te New
; Vork, New Orlexas, Los Anzele, Saa Frtadsce
;. ini Seittle. ;.: :.

trscLti. RorxTj trip

cxistcsal axdcr bale j At

To ew York and Betdrn tHI.M
Ye I Aerelea and an rtanrisre and j
sutamiae fram Lee AnreVea tT! I M
Te Seattle and Itetvra fJii.M

C-'-TCTlL 2121 PANAMA 2-2?:t



-vew '"J

New York
Boston i
Kansas city
Detroit v

6 .538 '3ft"

n r .wi t 4Vk
9 400
12 J50
Washington at Chicasro
New York at Kansas City.'
Boston at netrnlt. -'--

, BalUmore at Cleveland (N) f
Washington 010 000 0001 ; 5 i
Chicago 100 004 10X S.t),
Stobba (0-4), Hernandei' and
Berberet, Fitzgerald.
Donovan (1-0) -and Lollar.
Boston' ; 000 120 0114 10 I
Detroit 000 600 Ux 7 9 1
' Brewer (2-2), Max ry and
White, Daley. n B
Let (1-1), Aber, Running, Qro-
mek and House. - ,i)f.
(Night Game)
New Tork 102 000 0003 .. 1 -Kansas
City 010 000 000 1 YU.
Sturdivant (l-l) andBerra..-

Duren (0-1) McDermott and
Thompson. -
Only games scheduled. -

Cubs Expected
To Follow Up

2-Fori2 Trade1, ni


vwaiv vun are expect i
ed today to follow un their twn. i

for-two deal with the Plttsbnrrh t

Pirates by peddling veteran

pitcher Bob Rush to the St. Louis ,'; 'i
Cardinals. ; ;
In exchange f or : the1- fireball-"
tag, 31-year-old Rush, the Cubs
are reported to be asking for Ed-,
die Kasko, a 24-year-old short- .,
stoo. Plus another nlaver. The

Cardinals have been seeking to
obtain Rush since last winter. u
A source close to the negotia negotiations
tions negotiations told the United Press that -tha
CUbs feel thev need Kasko c

to complete the realignment of
their Infield. M a n a ger,- Bob
Scheffing said yesterday that
Ernie Banks will be shifted to
third : base with Ed Wineenlak ,;
taking over at short but tha
source, said the latter. Is regard '' x

ed as my a -stopgap." ,- y 1
The Cubs and Pirates.- both

off to disappointing atarta, broke
the trade- log-Jam yesterday
with a deal that sent first-base-v?
man- Dee Fondy and inflelder
Gene Baker to Pittsburgh and
first-baseman Dale Long and
outfielder Lee Walls to Chicago.

Both clubs said no cash was In- :
volved. - T';

Rush has been sought by Na-'

tlonal League pennant contend-

ers almost since he joined tha -1

Cubs back In 1948, s A six-foot,

five-Inch righthander, he has a
104-127 won-and-lost record (In-

eluding 0-3) this year) and has
won In double figures in seven of

nu nine seasons wltn tne cuds.
He had a 17-13 record In 1952, :
and was 13-10 with last season's
last-place team. .J ,

ite Fleet ..
v '
i 1 1
. ...
..May S

................... .......may a

.) j aji ajt) e j .Wiy el
..........May 18
...... .,;May 17
.4 ... m. .... .May 24
i' r -v ? 't .'
,) Cristobal
PAtsExcia rA&za noM

FRIDAY, MAT 3, 1357


'A WMMMMT '''' fr'if t ' "" '"l "t 'i''' ' 1 li"''We W" hum Jljlll!!!!''-."' .". ' '' i.'-'-w' ..,-.yr y fa. r-,;J,y.--t-:j .; -?!JtHwny-. nii- -.a, iiri"ll4tM.Mi..f4j'K'iM(VV.t' ;r v.-rH !-- M-.i'i'X-"-,-!-- "' ij-W -.-. -t'-'i'

Qizjh McCarthy, Verygood,
Embrujada Chief Contenders
-',,, "- .i '
In : 7 Furlong $500 Sprint

The delegates tq the Central American Lions
Club Convention being: held here and members of
local chapters of the Lions Club will be guests at
the,' President Rcmon 4 racetrack 'tomorrow after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, n & ; i1 ; ; 'w t' ; ' ;J
Thf Lions will be honored with vthe running: of
a handicap in their, honor. The featured event will
be the $500 six furlong- ninth race for fifth series

Youth Day

Swim Meet



imported thoroughbreds.

' Charlie McCarthy, "Verygood nd

Embrujada shape up as .we teao-
' ins contenders for too honors.

Mrs. Hallifcan. Suntonner, After

Me and Joe's Fiddling round -out

- t.h. vMi.horM -field. -f''Jit-

The owner of tht wuuung horse

win be presented a suver tropny
besides tbr major; share, of the
-'nurse. .n -r(i -.1 'V i, f

Charlie' McCarthy, a stfon ; fin-;

ishing second to Michiripa Mi pre pre-vinn
vinn pre-vinn Vmn ant. is aooarenthr Rwg

overdue. 4 Fernando Alvarezj back

after serving a suspension, snouia
aid the Ruben -c Varon charge

ereatlv I

President Ernesto. de U 'Glial

dirf- Jr Wednesday lifted the sus suspensions
pensions suspensions of all suspended jockeys,

allowing the return to ine saaaie
: several topnotcji Tiders liki Ah
Vecygood, a beaten, lavortfa n
Wednesday, will -attempt to regain
fiis. winning ways tomorrow Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro Ycaza replaces Buben 'Ca-
iiche' Vasquej aboard the Stud
Montelimar horse.

Embruiada.- third, behind Michi

ripa and Scintillation ra : Wednes

day,; is anotnerj inai 11 expeciea
to be in the thick ot things, from

start to finish. GuiUermo itanchez,

as usual, will guide the Stud La

Enea hope. r

Suntonner, wnicn gets in u ugnt
under 105 pounds here, could be an
imsetter. Francisco Gatica .will do

the -booting aboard the Stud Los

Stete racer, J "t
After Me is another dangerous

outsider. The Stud La Pomarada

veteraa Is racing in his best form
in two years. Mrs. Halligan la ap ap-nBrehtlv
nBrehtlv ap-nBrehtlv outclassed and would nav

box car figures "if she gets home

first. v

The secondary attraction which1

ordinarily would be the featurol

pits Eric against u o ra a o s e,
Double Four. Jai Alai II arid Alha-

jar. Eric defeated this same bunch
of; horses,- minus Alhajar, a fort-

nieht ago. On paper, this race fig

ores to a thriller from start to- fin-J

ish. v'"1

Two Relay Records Broken
In High School Swim Meet

The .ihterscholastic t swimming J00 Breast Girls: ,!. Schulti (B),

easDii cot off to a good start, ju-

tetjay a(ternoon with. the Criato Criato-baf
baf Criato-baf .HighftJunior College,, and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High .swimmers on hand, at
the Balboa Fool for the .first meet
, of the iseason,.o: tv,4.,.

One new canat zona Tecord, was

set by the BKS swimmers. a the
girls! free 'style relay, team, of

Hoimes, iiarnea. cngeuce. ana racr
ker' clipped nealy 4 seconds from

the old1 record of 1:47.1 to set
AAtrj. mi-1r ,1iiSS

.The Balboa-boys' relay team of

Byter, ... Blackburn, Dobrowolski,
and Linfors estabUshed a new in

terlcholastle 160 meter free style
relay record of 1:25.9 bettering tht

former mark of 1:2 set in 1947.
- In the 'SO meter free stylo Diane

Hickey of Cristobal barely edged

out Marifraoces Tucker in we e

vent at both girls were clocked in

32 flat ro equalwWe C record
for the event. :.: ; "-
Cristobal High. : School -showed
plenty, of power la the girls events
and a well balanced boys' t team.

ItJ waa probably the best inter!

scholastic, jneet seen nere in ma.
ny jrearst Every event-was well

contested with most races being

decided in the. last few yards. i

Results of swimming meet -be

tween bh;hs-jc: -'.: -f ';

50FS Girls: Hickey C), t

2. Cox (C, 3. Dietx (C). 4. Barlow

(at lime: -.
100 Breast 'Boys: 1. Padua' fC)

2. Cox (C), 3. ; Browne (B). 4.

Somehow the Idea got arduhd

that only Gamboa, Gatun and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa has swimmers in the Canal

Zone. Since Monday's article there
has been little peace at the Elks'
Club on La Boca Road. It has
been beseiged by phone calls of
indignant citizens from Kobbe, Al Al-brooki
brooki Al-brooki Clayton and Coco Solo,
claiming that their young folk will
definitely have something '. to say
about the outcome of this meet., i
.Well, that is good. Like any pari

ty, the .more the merrier.. Howev However,
er, However, the citizens of Missouri want

to be shown.. i :
. ,. r J-.?! its J

. There used to be a time when

any Canal Zone swim meet was a

contest betr.-een the Atlantic and
Pacific sides, However,, when the

schools quit using the Hotel wasn

ington Pool, It has remained to

little Gatun to carry we load lor
the Atlantic Side. We want go'- go

on record right now and say that
Gatun' has been doing a terrific job
of holding up the reputation of the

On occasion, a military pest- win

come up with a stronger group ci
swimmers. In the past few years,

Albrook' has had an outstanding

erouo of vounasters. Rumor has

the nast few years. Albrook Jbas

had an outtandin group of young

stars. Rumor Has it, however, that

Kobbe will fiomv up with We

strongest -representation this year.
This too will be interesting to tee.
nyway If you'will'aU eoma out
to Gamboa ou Saturday morning,
May. 4. starting at 9:30 a.m.., we

can-settle all these arguments for

you. Right now,; ttua corner ; will
vote for the gang from Gamboa to

pick-up .most ot we blue nDDona,

sorry my pnone aumoer is not
listed! 4 i 'I: r,

Dcrbyt3v;n Dunes

VilhTrcck Record



ZfflZS&WXtt back in form thi, season as he take, a

u iHiuw iwiiea in. ne was Damns; cnatnn in iB5fi.

average to hi .314 with Vt homers

Race, Trade Graded i Entries

P.P, Hens'

Jecksy( ;J:

' Cammcnt '

Purse S400

1st Raee Ctk Seriee tap. 1 Prs.


1 Amin Dldl J. PhUlipa 111 Could get up here. ;
2 Ponton-'- B. Baeza, 105 Has strong finish
3 Riscal '. t r A. Vcaxa 113. Nothing recently
4 OrlmUda a A. Credidto 105 '-.-Good early speed
5 Amat ; ; 8- Hernandez 97x .-Doesn't seem likely v
6 Peliaon f ,J.?M. Bravo 105 Good recent races
7 Ctolden Buizor ; H. Ruis 10 ,-Returns from layoff
Welma Jimmy Alvarea 113 iLong overdue
9 (Unefo : j: rjhuna 105 Usually disappoints
10 (Arpeglo' 3. Jimenei 110 Same ai stablemate


, 21
8- 1
' 5-1
9- 1

iW FS-tMlHTuclcer' (Bi tJown i,bufied with-speculation to-

record being set in a wide open
Kentucky Derby Saturday.
The speculation started after

Chffora Lussky'a Federal mil

streaked to e fast triumph Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday la the Darby Trial ia which

Calumet- rana 's entry -' ox Gen.

go (C), Timet 32.9 (Ties C.2. reo-

.0rO -V 'rS

50FS BoysV Linfors (Tt). vi

Siegel. (B), 3. Spector (C), 4. Jtey.
aolds (B) Time: 2S.5 :

100- Butterfly Girls: 1. Schultz

(B. I. -Diets (C), Eberens (B),

a. nowa kb) nmii i:io.j

100 Butterfly Boys: 1. Ryter (B)

3. DOOrOWOlSK! B), I, COX (Ch 4.
Laatk (B Time: 1:19.1'

200 FS Girls: L McNulty, (C). 2

Enselke (B). S.iRoeers fB). 4.

200 FS Boys: l.1 Blackburn (B.

2. Rowley (B), S. Cunningham (C)
4. Ryan (JO Time: 2:26.5

100 Back Girls: 1. Art (C). 2.

Harned (B, 3. Seamaa (C), 14.
Reynolds' (B Time: 1:32.4
IOC Back Bnvi 1 RevnnlH fR

1 Scott (B, 3. Dsys (B), 4. Dai-

sey time: i:ia. ;

Tupker (BV3. Haraed (B), 4, Ar-Cristobal,Tiniar. 1:43.4 aew C, Z

Hickvy C), I. Holrnet (B), 3. En-
m: 1 . . a '. ;

pcifta x; nine; z v
lOO.FS Boys; I, Linfors (B, X.
Spector (C), 3. Siegel (B), 4. Dob Dobrowolski
rowolski Dobrowolski B)Time( 1(03
S 1tfTr rtivintf

(B); i,- Reynolds. (B; j.l Maxwen!Jiuke; ndk Iron hred In
(B ...,-- we stretch.- '; ? y.

-190 Ind. Med Girls: 1. Eberent

(Bl, 2. .McNulty (C). 8. Rogers
(BJ. 4. Cunnincham IC Time?

180 !Ind Med. Bovs: 1. Hvter'

7TA i Til. .1.1 . . .

I ';i",tSB urn l' vunning-

DBm iw t.,owiey Time 2:

160 Med. Relar Girls: lOhit.

oat, 2. satboa 2:104

-160 Med. Relay Boys: 1. Cristo-

nat a.; iJaiboa 1:49.5 k:

160 FS Ria Girls ri. Balboa 2.

lad Raee Ith Series Imp. I Fgs.. i Purse $400
1 Iscorial :1 J. Jimenes 111 Rates fair chance.
2 Butilan to f F. Alvarea 113 Rajor sharp form -4
3 Vedette ,.; (; .,,-. 105 Depends on stable
4 Melrose O. Sanches 113 Back in good form
5 Arrabalero D. Cortei 110 Lacks early speed -9
Febrero II J. Phillips HO Will fight It out '



Puds4 $600

3rd Race "Eliminhtion'r Imp. 7 F.

1 Klosco ' B. Hernandez 100x -Bad legs hamper
' 2 M. Cristlha. J. M. Bravo 110 Seems soundest here

J Moon Beam X B. Baeza 112 Last doesn't count'
4 Onda Reall B. Agulrre 110 Back. in good form

5 Postlnovlch A.-Credldlo, 115 Reportedly ready
Tom Collins A. Gonzales 100 The drink's better

. Puraa $350

' 4

4th Raee "Special" Natives I Fg.

1 Julie

2 Yosikito




A Gonzalez 100 Usually close up '
J. 4V Bravo 111 eoms "cinch" here
F. Alvarez 119 Always 'dangerous

4 San Cristobal Hernan: 1 97x Way above head

S (Takeaway ;' B; Baeza -104 Should be close up

t (RAUbiaiMe) D. cortea 105 air, recent races


-'' v -...i.,r...,irw.

160 FS Relay Boys: 1. Balboa 2.
CristobaL, Time: 1:2$ .9 (new Inter
scholastic Record). V

Racetrack Tips


Only Mrs. Ada L. Rice's Mil Up
Stairs appeared knocked out of the'

xieroy picture t. airer nnumng ; a
poor last ia the mil trial leaving

i field of nine for the 93rd run

ning of America s premier horse


''it V

It was a corkiBg race by Fed Federal
eral Federal Hill, who baa beeu taobea as
a sprinter thus far. He reeled off
the .mil in 1:39 1-5 and was- hold holding
ing holding his two and one-half length
lead safely as he streaked across
the finish lino. .
Gen. Duke, who trailed the field

of six three-year-olds early in the

race and made a big run around
the turn into the homestretch,

gained: little ground' ia the last

eighth of a mile. .

Gen. Duke just managed to

catch William: 8. Miller's Better

Bee at he wire to take second
place by a neck with Indian Creek.

another com owned- by Mrs. Kiee,
fourth, followed by Iron Liege and
Man Up Stairs. - '

Jockey Willie Carstene. aboard

Federal Hill, kept the eolt running

ith Race "Non-Winrters" 4 Fgs.

Purse $250

, 1 El Pequefia A. Oonsales 100 Waste of time -(
- a Aagelita M. Hurley 113 Not good enough
' 3 Frljolito B. Agulrre 112 Bracmour-Casa Buena
Guacamaya J. M. Bravo 10, -"-Early speed only
9 Tangafllca O. Sanchez 114 Depends on start
th'tUee' Ith .Seriee Imp., $ Fv K-t .- Pwaa $409 l
1 Tloreo'. f-'i. '"'Baeza"' 110 ; Early speed only
2 Socorrlto A. Credidio 110 Poor recent races
3 Remozadt A. Ycaza 119 Powerful effort last
4 Oyt( I:F. Alvarez 119 : -Favorite Jockey new
5 Panzaretta F. GaUca 110 -Hard to catch here
a Bacana a. Hernandez 107t -Doesn't seem likely
7 Tiny Brook 3, Phillips 109 Usually disappoints
8 Principe de G.D. Cortez 112 Dangerous wis time


. 3-1

: 2-i





' 81




1 Amin Dldl Weima Jinuney, after crossing tht flalsh line and
2 Febrero n J, Melrose the three-year-old completed a full
S Moon Beam Postlnovlch I mile and oneuarter ia 8:04 1-5.
4 Tosiklte Takeaway (e) But few to this horse .crazy tows
9 Tanganiea FrUolito thought that' clocking would be
Remozads Pansaretta Ud enough to win Saturday when
7 Chlyillnge ; JaenamasoiWbeatley .Wablo's Bold Ruler, t.
8 Tlnela : (-y'AUe. Grissom'a Shan Pae, Travis
9 veryrood Charlie McCarthy M- Zm" ?0UBd JM fB R,hB

larrie i. .i'w a Tiaiiani man taxe on tne

, pgpjjy jjj,! attrters la the


7th Re 8th Series Imp. Fgs.

Purse $509

.. -.': ) .. -.r .. .. ,.t-;
1 Don DinbSj. Montenegro JOdx Brief early speed
1 Soft Not 1 B. Baeza 108 Apparently outclassed
1 Chivlllngo R. Vasquez 116 'Form indicates
4 Jaqulmazo V Castillo lift Could make it here
9 Little Fool C. Ruiz 118 ---Good, early speed ;
Persiflage; viD. Cortez: ill Returns in good shspef

8th Race T Natives 9 fga. ; : Purse $275
,.r.,-. .. QUINIELA
1 Portal ': -L Gutierrea l07x stacks early foot
2 FolleUla -. A. Ycaza, 119 Will fight it out
3 La pampanlnl 8- Her. 98x Ratea fair chance
4 Tlnela i R. : Cristian. 115, Should win again
9 Damadura J. Montene 114 Rates good chsnce
9 Soberano F. Gatica 110 Returns in good shape

3- 2
4- 1


Juvenia Golf
Now Underway

The quahfyina round t for the

men in we Juvenia Invitational

Golf Tournament: will get under

way yesterday at tne summit Hills

Golf Club. The qualifying will con

tinue wrougn Sunday, May 5, The
players will try to make .the line,
up in six flights. There will be

places for 99 players in the eimi-

nation matches. ; :

The tournament committee has
broken the flights into handicap

groups ana we piayers are expect

ed to sign up with their May 1.

Handicaps. The flights will be as

lOllOWS: .( -.i. :.!
Handicaps 0 thru Cham Championship
pionship Championship and first flight
Handicaps 9 thru 12 Second
, Handicaps IS thru H Third
flight ';:'": .: ..
Handicaps 17 thru 20 Fourth
Handicaps 21 thru 24 Fifth
f?hr. ,. .;;-;
Sixteen 'player's will qualify in
each flight. All players wi psy
for the Juvenia Clock' which is the
medalist prize. There 'will also be
a Juvenia Watch for the winner of

r'" 1 : "

ing the grounds In excellent play
ing condition throughout the sea-


Champlen ship Seriee W L Chtrles Bath, as representativaV
g.' .' t 1 0 of the Margarita Recreation Ass-,
Mutual of Omaha ri -o I ciation. presented award to tha

ei;ruHy jooa tne iir si league's managers' and coaches


game of the Isthmian ; Little
league Championship Series by a

o Elca drew first blued ih the

iirst lntiuiff as Evelyn scored nn

Carev? s hit-to right centerfield. O-

mna retauated with two runt in
their half of the inning.

, ins game xouowea the "tit-for-taf"
pattern and was tied 5-5 when

l. Barber blasted one. oast the U-

maua snonstop, stennet pushed

one past We second baseman. A.

Barber doubled to right and Todd

;nrew wild to we base allowing I.
Barber to. score. w.

At the end of the Eka half of

ine sixtn inmna nine runs naa

scored. Long opened the Omaha
half inning with a double and

Todd followed with a run-scoring
single but this was not quite e e-nough.
nough. e-nough. ; v
Score by Innings: 1
Elga 1T2T0'9-14 11 2
Mutual of v
Omaha 2 2 1 0 0 1- 9 6 4
The box score: ...

H. Pacheco, 2b 3 2 1
K. Evelyn, 3b 4 2 -2
R. Carew, p, ss' y5 2 ;3

A. 3arber, lb 4 2

J. Stennet, If. p 5 2 2

? cf 3 11
R. Bonnick, ss, 1 4 11

A. Ellington If "381

E. Hebbert, c .2


Mutual el Omaha

A. Cooper, 2b

A. Cummings, 3b

R. Bowem cf, ss, c

A. Phillips, ss. p

E. Cumberbatch, If

Morales, c

C. Long, si

r. MiUietg

G. Todd, rf

M. smau. p

A. Failey, c(

32 11 14


4 11




2-base hits:

24 8 6
A.0 Barber, R, Mil-

lett. 3-base hits: R. Carew: A

each Flight and a rilver prize te,vf.

me runner un or eaerrmsnt. ; i-!r '" --- ""'

Plaveni aM;UM -tfjf W 11) Umpires:, oner s, G



flights and sign up, for the tee en

trance prize. The club manager.

pick up m.a&2Af-21
, fign up,iii their respective terkm Vmf A:

; Phillip Malcolm, a rabid' Elga

fcS."JLr":t---:;--L.-JzaHe to refreshmenU. IaT a dd I-

;rZZXXJrtion, M wm donate;, brand

fair mlfefa trvina for th 32 Bi..iw.Little League baseball bat to

in the two flights. The pairings for

tne women win tie announced to

day. r f-i :

. . ft : .. si Hi

A Crouo of interested vouna men

have gotten together' and decided

to operate a volleyball league in
Rainbow City. This will be the

first larse scale league onerated

in mis community since 194T. ;
, Through this medium the ortaii.

izers are Inviting any interested

person to apply for franchise by

contacting Joscelyn Evering, As-

tor Lewis. Jeff Joseoh or Hprhert

iloise. The games in this league
will be played in the Rainbow Ci

ty gym during the afternoon be

ginning at a p.m. v v
The organizers have decided to
conduct this lesgue during the in

terim Wat we Little. League is

preparing to open its sessoa in
this community. The need of some

where to go by the residents of

this townsite v has impelled the

organizers to start this lesgue ve very
ry very soon. Those interested must ap apply
ply apply nefore May 8. Franchise is o-

pen to all including service teams.

the batter accumulating the-high

est batting average in series play,

- Ruth Malcolm will present the
Slayer hitting the most homeruns
i the series with a Little League

baseball bat. k ,;'

I A la rac crowd turned out Sat

urday morning to bring .to a close

we i57 Atlantic Little League sea
son. ... ... -. :

Tha feature of the program was
a game between the champion

Mutual of Omaha club and the Ar

my Atlantic Rangers, who were

the winners of ? the B : Division

League, Mutual of Omaha downed

the Rangera 4-to-t m this unusual unusually
ly unusually well played game.? -The
program which took plica

at we Litue League quotum an
Margarita, waa opened by ouster
ef ceremonies-Wendel, Cotton who

presented the. Tarpon Club trophy
to manager Bob Waini and coach'

Mike Burza of we winning Mutual

teai ... i r
The 12-year-old graduates were
next to share the spotlight as Cot Cotton
ton Cotton presented 32 boys each with
a 12-inch baseball trophy. ; E a e h
boy also received a certificate of
graduation from Little League balL
Groundskeeper George Carring-i

ton waa wen presented

L. xi;cltev whe hanAUA

wv fuuiitiijr Kmaipuin, ; me S-
wards wera a token of apprecia- v
tionNfor the fine work rendered in K -promoting
'.community" recreation
among the youugsters of Margari-
ta. The managers and coaches re-.-ceiving
awards were:; J. R. Oliw
phant and P. E, Keaton of the Cos'""'
co Solo Braves: W. H. Will, H.' J.'
McElhone. and. J. M. Watson of
the Police Pals; R. A. Wainio and ii
M. Bursa of Mutual of Omaha; -t
Fred Ebdon and J: Mr Sanders i

the Piratess Art' Wilder and r Atcw

Wilder of the Coca. Cola Bottlers,' .SL

maa mmw wuuni ana Harry tM
Burna of the Cojo Sfolito Cubs.
The B Division 'mangers ; antf '
coaches were then introduced pa
congratulated 6n their fine work' f
in bringing Little League ball -td"'-60
boys who would otherwise have
beep unable to: share in the bene""
fits of organized baseball trainings "."
These men were manager Bugaa
and coaches Crews -and Drydala'..-.J
of the Rangers; manager Hart- w
man of the Raiders; manager Boh i$
Micek and coach Bill -Garber of
the Legionaires; and manger Cy -Jones
and coaches Stanley i andLr
parson ef the MRA team, J
The snonsors of all the teaMi. i

the local press and all who sup supported
ported supported Little Lesgue baseball in
the past year were thanked for
their support which made tha
league possible,. and in turn eontrf- A
buted so greatly ta tha welfaraiof -Pre-teenage
boys.'' ,v- ;"".UA..'.-fr,'ia
Tha exhibition game was -tfieu'i1
played, after which hamburgers ztZ
were served. Soft drinks were -ak jot
so, served as.the .aurtain. was ruWr ruWr-down
down ruWr-down on the, 1957 season. :(-..- y
i Ihe game was well played (!,,,
the pitching bf both teams beiog .-i
outstanding. Wainio struck out ten
men, allowed one hit and one ruh .j
in the four innings he worked, a;
wa; the winning, pitcher t
Mike Burza eame on to nitch

tha last two innings. He struck

out tour and allowed neither a hit
nor a "run. .: For the 'Rangers;
young Rodriguez pitched fine ball
against his more experienced ad adversaries.
versaries. adversaries. He also' collected h i

team's only base- bit,
.The box scorer"

fttnr :
Passons, ss
Rivera, 2b
Street. 3b

Rodriguez, p

oruz, n, cf -GUbert

Gerzman. If

Dupre, ef i

GarcU, rf .,, ... j

Vega, lb ,0 0 0 0

9 ivrt

At R H pO'R'ff "I
2 9 0 9 0 ..

0 2

'9 9.0 ,23.

1 !.


9 10,fti.iiT

0 4


0 u-

T- J.

'it i' i is;aH

Mutual of Omaha
Lum, Reg. ss n
Bath, lb

Field, c
Burza, 3b p
Wainio. p 3b

Sandersj rf
Dockery, rf
Rlef, cf

Lum, Rol. 2b
Highley, If
Billison, If


1 3
l i

1 14
1 1





21 4



Mutual ef


4 it i --v-i

. -; ,. iki- t
0 99 1 9 01 1j t
2 9 2 9 9 X-4 Ail J
i V, ,. -t-o t

RBI Field 2. Buna 2. Two hash! r

hits Reg Lum, Field.,-Stolen bss- Ui
es Rodriguez, Street, Bath, Left--l
en bases Rangers 9, Mutual 3iJ7
Bases on balls Wainio 2. Burza"

4. Rodriguez 1. Strikeouts Wat; ii
BlonJ, Burza 4, Rodriguez, f.
Ear I runs Wainio 1. Rodriguez-.

3. Winning Pitcher Wainio. Los-

check ing Pitcher Rodriguez. Umpires ".



,-r SporUmen, Fishermen, Boafjinen ,; .
Skfndirers, Golfers, Tennis Players, etc.'
i- : : . '-re
; will be closerl erery Saturday evening ;r
' af 1:00. P.M. "Gone fishing"

Sports Driefs

9th Race, 5th Series, S Fgs. t

Purse S599

1 Embrujada O. Sanchez 115. Distance to liking
2 C. McCarthy T. Alvared 115 -Has beaten much better
3 Mrs, HAlligaa Hernan. lOOx Not against these

4 Suntonner F. Oatlca 105. rossibia npsetter
9 Verygood A. Teas 113 Hard to beat here
9 After Me 105 Was never better
13. Fiddling A. CredkUo 105 Better than ever

".Ml -v
Vi ';.T',y.:7 r;--';
?ven v: CSs:

..- l, : : Wl


bv tht lea rue in aDoreeiation of Carrincton. Field. Cotton

Jia oustanding work ta; maintain-Jer Bath.

,7 ,-

Flamengo and Botafogo football
i (soccer) clubs have bees suspead suspead-i
i suspead-i ed for 45 dsys from competing tn

!an" international event for htvingf 19th Race 2nd Serlea Imp. 7 Fgs.

piayeq wim ue Hungarian nonved

team without permission from

FIFA. The suspension wss handed
down "by the executive board of
the Brazilian Confederation of
Sports. ---: '

Parse $759

1 Double Four B. Agulrre 110 Weak-bea'rted quitter
2 Jal Alal n B, Baeza 109 Even cheaper quitter
J Alhajar -' ( HJtuls 110 Nothing in months
1 Erie 113 Form indicates'
S Comatos. R.'Vaacuej 115 Will fight K out

3 2




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our informal club for the late crowd
s from midnight to 4:30 a.m


in tho cir-eonditionad comfort of eui BALBOA BAR
Nightcah cn.th9-houz9 at 4:30 t.m.


CAROL also playt tht pfsne la the Balbaa Bar
19 fM, to 3 ajn. 8bb TuasWei- A Than.



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As little as S10 a month! ComlUim JlUuL
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Or as much ss you wish
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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom
chalet, living dining room,'
large perch, screened, maid's
room, garage, etc., $125.00
Phone 3-154. 14th Street No.
15, Paitilla.

FOR RENT: Vacation quart
ers for coupla. From May H
to Oct. la. Vary littla rant for
responsible party. Call at
house fl-B Via Porras.

FORRENTi Furnished cha chalet,
let, chalet, 2 bedrooms. Will accept
two couples. th Street No. V
Parque Lefevre $100.00. Phone



FOR RENT: Furnished cha cha-,
, cha-, let, 2 bedrooms. $65.00. Cam Cam-po
po Cam-po Alegre 41st. street 4.
Phono 3-275

FOR RENT: -Furnished, 3
8 bedroom chalet. Tel. 2 2175
i From I a-m. to 12 noon. 2 p.m.
' to S p.m.



ATTENTION. O. 1.1 Jest beift
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 1-4941.

FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partments
partments a-partments en Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commit commit-sary,
sary, commit-sary, beside ; Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepono 3-5024. -

FOR. RENT: Modern 3 bed.
room apartment With 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, kitchen, living dining
room, watchman's service,
Campo Alegre. Phono 37192.
between 7 and I p.m.

FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, $40.00. J. F. do la Ossa
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phone 2-3331.

FOR RENT: Modern well
located two bedroom apart'
merit in El Cangrejo, gas, hot
water heater. Call 34887.

Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences
moderate rate. Phone Cam Cam-1ea,
1ea, Cam-1ea, e-441.

Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
satfsffing vacations, Santa
Clara Beach. Shrapnel's fur.
, lished houses. Phono Balboa

FOR RENT: Nice two bed bed-reom
reom bed-reom apartment, near sea seashore.
shore. seashore. Uruguay street No. 1-5.
Call 3-2978.

beach hoeso. One mile past Ce Celiac.
liac. Celiac. Phone Balboa 1166.

PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 3-1473.


FpR RENT: Furnished 2
bedroom apartment on ground
floor, 01 inspected. $80.00.
The best you can gat for. this
Rrico. Jose do Fabrega, Ava.
o. 14, Pasadena. Familia Ho Horrors.
rrors. Horrors. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom"
completely furnished apart apartment
ment apartment (2 bedrooms condi conditioned),
tioned), conditioned), 2 baths, screens, hot
water, linens, dishes. Bella
Vista. Call Panama 3-3347.

FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, 14 street Parque
Lefevre, furnished or unfurn unfurnished.
ished. unfurnished. Tel. 2-55.

h,, i PA2,,r77!?. ?rawo ovm omega at is- -h- street,' panam a- libreria pkeciado-4 street No. is agencias
U4TERNAU DK- BTOLlCAaONF.8 Na. Lottery Plan CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. 45 O LOURDfcS PHARMACY 182 La Careasauilla a FARMACIA LOM-

2A5HVr?!.SL K "S"! MURRMON 4th of July Ave. c J 81. s LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll Na. 4 o FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave.

iaiuiui,u im wrnru Avann nwusiHULU uihahuk-w. ro. Oa la ua Ave. Ma. 41 e FOTO OOMY Jiuto Arosaauna AVe. and 33 St. O FARM.
VAN-DER-JI& M Street No., ft O FARMACIA IX BATUBRO Parana Lcfane I Stoat FARMACIA "SAS" Via hnu 111 MOVED ADES ATMS a





FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Plata 4 doer, automatic trans transmission,"
mission," transmission," t7,000 mi., new con.
, dition. Will consider trade.
' Bal. 2-1744.

FOR SALE:- 195 Ford, Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane V-t, 4 door with radio.
Perfect condition, $1,850.' Call
2-1827. i .

older car $1100.00. Equity in
195 Rambler Station Wagon.
Call T-Sgt. Hafl '84-2241 or 8 8-4219.
4219. 8-4219. -j, S'-VVfe

FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
two-door sedan: Excellent con condition
dition condition throughout. Overdrive
undercoated. For quick sale,'
$595. Evenings to 7 Balboa

FOR SALE: Ford V-8 Ranch
Wagon 1953, office 2-1501 or
House 0840-K. Acacia Place,
Balboa (Behind YMCA) after
4:15 p.m.

FOR SALE: 1952 Dodge Sie Sie-rra
rra Sie-rra Station Wagon, 4 door.
Good condition, AH extras.
$750. Call Ft. Clayton '4139. i

FOR.' RENT: Furnished room
.4 Inquire t"Plaia Herrore'' No.
'9-3 apartment 15 third floor.
Milk, Honey. Land
Bubbly. Sweet For

ines i

" eWf'-W,. ; '"

BEIRUT, Letnon,Miy j (jjp
This Biblical land ; of milk and

' Honey has bemo the land of
. c iampagne and honeys for U. S.
,JiVi..e attached Uy the 6th Fleet.
- Ajout 500 Marines a day rush
ashore, from the aircraft carrier
l'orrestal and other ships of the
Heel which arrived for maneu-
vers off the coast of Lebanon last


High spirited Marine "scout-

Ins parties" have taken over Bei
ru, and the Deoole love it.

, j Night club owners and shopkeep

ers wve fi moil, nowever. Tues

day was payday for the Marines.

sjid bars and ships did a rush

bunness in every commodity from
beer to camel saddles.
Champagne rates high on the
kleathernecks "shopping list."
Night clubs featuring exotic belly
oancers the accepted form of
stag entertainment in this part of
the world are the favorite stop stopping
ping stopping points for thirsty Marines.
Lt. CoL. Andrew Irvine Lyman,
of Camp Lejeune, N. C. eora-
- mantling officer of he 2nd Marine
Battalion, said he was happy the
boys' found Beirut enchanting. The
Fleet's sudden orders to move to
the Eastern Mediterranean dis disrupted
rupted disrupted a scheduled six-day liberty
in Italy.

"Beirut is a bit like Las Vegas
,nd parts of Paris," he said. "Tne
people of Lebanon are hospitable,
friendly and cooperative."
But there also was olentv cJ

work for the men. Only one-third
f the 1,550 Marines attached to
the t6h Fleet were granted shore
leave daily. Maj. Robert Hiliard
Barrow, battalion executive offi

cer, ot St. f rancisville. La., set
vp a keep-in-sbape program with
daily hikes and calistrenics.

FOR RENT: -Furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot water. Phone 2-

FOR SALE: -Mercury 1952
Clack, Radio new batter and
tires very good condition nly
$8M. Call Cristobal 1342.
FOR SALE: ilfVi'eW
Oldmosbile including one year
insurance. Exaf Ifont transpor-'
tation. $275.00.9Houso 421 Los
Rios, San Miguel Place, phone
2-4239. f: .i-.'M-.,.


' FOR SALE: Female Spring Spring-,
, Spring-, or Spaniels, beautiful pets.
1 Call 3-7453.

FOR SALE: Viking Ranger
amateur transmitter 90 watts
ew, 75 watts, phone in excel excel-:
: excel-: lent condition. Phone ; 3-1430

FOR SALE: AKC register registered
ed registered Cocker Spaniel puppies, 4
weeks old. Call Kobbo 5149.

Real Estate

FOR SALE:- Farm In Lidice
suitable for coffee, 0 hectare.
Camilo A. Porras. Tel: 3-6411
Office. Residence: 3-0434.

Boats & Motors'

FOR SALE: Small wavor
Spinet piano, fint class condi condition.
tion. condition. $225.00. Phone v Balboa

FOR SALE: Remington
Wingmastor 12 Ga. pump. Full
choke, model 870, new. 2; i0
fishing reels, Penn senator and
pflueger templor, pole. Phone
4-12 Gamboa.


FOR SALE: ,1950 Lincoln
engine model SELB over over-hauled
hauled over-hauled 'end in A-1 condition.
Ready for installation, can bo
soon in peratiort.'v Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 83101. ...

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Dcntestic Employes

FOR SALE: "Baccarat"
crystal table set, not used, 84
piecesr Can be soon, jVia Po Porras
rras Porras No, 44.

14 FT.' Play Bey runabout fib fiber
er fiber glass, $200.00. Trailers $50. $50.-up.
up. $50.-up. Also new fiber glass boats
and Gator trailers. We buy,
. sell or trade. Don't forget we
close every Saturday 1:00 i nt.
ABERNATHY. S.A. Panama 3 3-4895r

DRAWIR "A." diabi a



FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment in Vista Hermosa,
one bedroom, light and gas.
Tel.. 3-3589.

FOR' SALE:--155 Opel, looks
and runs like new. Will sell
or trade -for large late model'
car or boat and motor. ABER ABERNATHY
NATHY ABERNATHY S.A. Panama 3 875.

Archie Moore
Must Pare Off
21-lbs. In Month
, ft
ESSEN. German Uir i 7ttp

If you're the type' who hates to

sv uu uiei, consiaer ue piignt of
ancient Archie Moore.
The 40 year old Uffht tiaw.

weight champion weished a heftv

206 1-2 pounds Wednesday night

as ne pounaea ut an easy 10 10-round
round 10-round decision over Germanv's

T T 1 a ....

nans A.aioieu in a non-title fight.
That means he has to lose al

most a pound a day if he plans
to defend his 175 pound crown
against Tony Anthony at Detroit

June 7.
His manager, Charley Johnston.

announced Wednesday night in

ew York that Moore "definitely

wiu oe aoie to aeiena ms title

next monui as scheduled.

uonnston s statement came on
the heels of an ultimatum handed
down by the National Bokina As

sociation, warning Moore that, if

ne aoesn t defend his title June ?

he will be suspended for 30 days.

In addition, the NBA', announced
if Archie doesn't engage to k. title

nout by July 7. the crown wiU be

declared vacant.

FOR SALE: 1954 Bel-Air
Chevrolet. Radio and power
glide.-Call 2-4425,
FOR SALE:-15S Plymouth
4 doer sedan. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Leaving. First $1595..
Automatic ahift. Will trade
cheap. ar4 Phone Balboa 4474.

FOR SALE: -1948, 4-doer
Chevrolet,! good condition,
runs beautifully. $250.00. Call
Panama 3-3347..

FOR SALE: 1952 Ford V-8,
Custom lino 4-door with radio.
Excellent condition. Tel. 2-441
or House 5337-C, Davis St.
Diablo. ;1

Favorable Decision
On ike's Doctrine
By Israel Expected
JERUSALEM. Israel May 3 -i"
U.S. special envoy James
V, Richards and Israeli leaders
are expected to express a ioint de de-fT?.tod,y
fT?.tod,y de-fT?.tod,y 'chieve peace in the
Middle East but without commit committing
ting committing Israel to support of the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower Doctrtae.
Pichards ends his visit tonight!
Agreement on the main pur-

posea of the doctrine s tread v has
r-etn reached 'to talks between

Rape-Slayer Faces

Queries In Killing

Of Teenage jislers

(UP) A sex psychopath who
admitted the rape-slaying o a
beauty operator and a teenaged
girl faced further Questioning to

day in the unsolved murders of

several other women.
Authorities also arrested the

confessed muruerer s wife, the

mother nf one child, a a oomible

acoomplice ia one of the killings.
Both were former m e n t s 1 pa patients.
tients. patients. Police said George Robert
Brown. 25. a Carv ilHlwnrkr

broke down Wednesday and orally
confessed the slaying of pretty La-

na Brock. 16, New Chicago, Ind.
. Brawn then toek ooc ta the
sand dune arts where he said
he BTa4 tho girl, still alivi a
the time, under tons of sand aft after
er after essautting and choking her
last Sept. 24.
The shifting s.nds uncovered

Miss Brock's body last Oct. 2. An

autopsy showed her hmgs con contained
tained contained sand, tndiratirr ih AA rJ


lae spui only two miles

FOR SALE: 1953 Blue Ply Ply-mouth
mouth Ply-mouth Suburban, lew mileage,
excellent condition, Call Fort
Amador, 5287.
' r

FOR SALE: 195 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane V-8, 4-dbor with radio.
Perfect condition, $1,850. Call
2-1827 or House 5343-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: -Or trade 195
Ford 4-doer I peSs. Station
Wagon V-8 Ford-O-matic pow
r steering, priced to sell Tel.
874194 or tee at., Arts. 419-A
Ft. Clayton. ,. y;.
FOR SALE: '1949 Cadillac,
4-deor sedan. Tel. Balboa 2
3551. i

FOR SALE: I 1950, 2-door,
hydramatic Pontiae Silver-streak-8
with tadlo, duty paid.
Phone Balboa 241.

Thendor Koliet director eeneral from where police, at Brown'i di

of the Prime Minister's Office, andirection, uncovered the body of
Ckeretary of SUte John Foster) Mrs. MUftreA Cngonis, 30. a Gray
IHTVa an Assistant Seeretarv beauty shoo operator who riiurv.

William A. ftountree. speared 25 days before the Brock

General Aeent
Gibraltar ttfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t4Ui

Fackere SMpeera Mevere

2.2451 2-252

. Leaf) Ridieg at
Riding 4 Jompbig Oanai daily
8 to S p.m. w Pkeoo 2-2451
tW 4JPtaBIB8jWat

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Girl Scout Troop 68
Court of Awards
Held at Marrarita

Intermediate Girl Scout Troop

"iMKaiia, unaer ine lead lead-i
i lead-i fl DorotHy .Nichols
Mlts Court of Awards on
Monday at the Scout Shack In
Margarita and at the Mtnu tim.

presented a program for the

kih,o. eusan-Matmeson- con conducted
ducted conducted the riar Ceremony-! and

wie Iirst BK.1L "Tjt Thum." Vaf

ilfu given -oy Christine
Bath, Susan Mathleson; :- Kuth
Macel s t Washabaugh, Virginia

This waaj followed by Th

raimero xMQgnterrj by Beverly

Anne uuicj, Mary Ann
Pennock. Barbara O'Neal. arf

Myra Nichols. "What Should NOT

nappea on a Hute to a Well
Trained Troop" was made up by

ua lucaeuwa oy 1S11 Rich

mond, unruune Puller. nvle

Bruce, Sandy welgle and Janet


Second class badies were nre

sented to 'Christine Bath, Gayie

Bruce, Kathy Itfetz, Beverly

ureyer. Virginia Fans. Cbrlatlne

Fuller, Anne Gllley, Janet Hov-

erson, eusan Mathleson, Myra
Nichols, Barbara CNeaL Marv

Ann pennock, Leslie Richmond,
Sandy Sellers, Ruth Macel Wash Washabaugh,
abaugh, Washabaugh, Sandra Welgle. Myra
Nichols and Christine Fuller re

ceived their 3 year star. .

The ; following- girls received
Girl Scout book marks Virgi

nia Farla, Barbara O'Neal, San-

ay sellers perfect attendance;
Myra. Nichols absent once. Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Dreyert Ruth Macel Washa

baugh, Sandra Weigle absent two

meetings, Christine Fuller, Mary
Ann pennock absent three meet meetings.
ings. meetings. In the absence or the as

sistant, leader, Mrs. Ann ' Pen Pennock
nock Pennock and Mrs. Cox assisted the
leader also Mrs. Mason, Atlantic

District Chairman. '
Senior Scouts of Troop 88,
Beth Ballakowskl, Eileen Cox,

Kathleen Cox, Darien Diets, Ru
by HalL Katy O'Brien, jean Sea.

man who received credit on their
Program Aid bars for their work
with Troop 68 throughout the
year were given tokens of appro-

elation. .Their leaaer, Mrs. ;CQx
was presented a Certificate of
Appreciation and a wood rose
corsage. All Joined In singing Girl
Scouts Together" after which
punch and cookies were served
bv the e-irls with the assistance

of Mrs. Mathleson, Mrs. O'Neal

and Mrs. Hoverson.

Preacher To Give

First Hand Report
Al Baptist Church
The Rev. R. Kenneth Streachan,
director of the. Laiin American
Mission of San Jose, Costa Rica,

wiu give an "on the scene" report
of the planning for the Graham

Crusade of New York City at the
10:40 morning service of the First

Baptist Church of Balboa Heights

aunaay. f 'hj;;?' :

The Rev. Strachan was in New

York confering with Dr. Graham
and his team on plans for the New

x one meeting, and future plans
for revivals next year. He is visit visiting
ing visiting on the Isthmus for the
weekend, and will be meeting with
a group of church leaders at a
luncheon on Monday..

This Sunday is 1 Fello wshin Sun

day at the First Baotist church.

Sunday School, church, and train

ing unions will bring in staple food

proaucu ior reiiei worn among
needy families.

Pastor William H. BeebyY me
slge Sunday morning will be "The

Kewara of a Persistent Faith", .a
continuation of the studies in Ruth.

The richt hand of fellowshin will

be given to new members at -the

ciose ox u. message. ; !;tyfsv,.-i

J.J.-::-.' V.'r iv i
At the 7:30 evening service the

church will observe the Lord's
Supper At the elose of the service
there will a baptism service. The
pastor's message will .be "The
Chalice of God". The evehlne aerv.

ice will be preceded at 6:30 by

Baptist xramlng Union with
church Instruction for every age
group from the nursery- through

two adult grouns. and the New

MemDers neuowship group which;

meets wnn ine pastor. -v

FOR SALI: Furniture and
miscellaneous items," custom
' made mahogany bedroom, liv living
ing living room, dining' room, porch
furniture, a few : exceptional
pieces, Chinese chest, Leonard
Freezer, Ascot gas water heat heater,
er, heater, Gladiron automat ironing
machine; all 0 cycles, Tappan
gas stove. Call 3-0932 or 2-3012.

4. WANTED: Maid wanted. 1
deys a week. Do not apply un.
les you heve a refsronce. 715 715-BPrado,
BPrado, 715-BPrado, Balboa, C.Z.

WANTED: Good heme for

two tamo parakeets.!

Panama 3-477.


WANTED: Able bodied
man to crow on yacht leaving i
for United States early May.
Experience unnecessary. Stops
,,'at San Bias, Jamaica, Baha-
mas. Call F.T. Birdvall: office
82-J1M, homo 83-7142, -..." 1


WANTED:. .-Maid with ref ref-Orences,
Orences, ref-Orences, wesh, iron, cook. 32nd
. stret No.' 1; apartment No. 44
After :00 p.m,

FOR SALE: Iron wrought t
- furniture; 1 soctionai sofa, 2 1
occasional chairs, 2 end tables,
. 1 corner table, coffee table,,
all for $125.00. Call Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 22HA 1:1'

FOR SALE: Bamboo living
room set, light -mahogany
modern dining room set, RCA
Console, !. Westinghouse a Ion-
dremat, 4 hp power I lawn lawn-mower.
mower. lawn-mower. Phone Amador 513.
Call 84 last between Via Po Porras
rras Porras and 50th St.

FO RSALE: Gas ; range.
Very good condition. Priced
for quick sale 10. Tel. 3-7374.



The best dinners and drinks
t are served in our modern air air-condltioned
condltioned air-condltioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Intemaeional "Pla "Pla-'
' "Pla-' so 5 do Meye,

i' t i 'i1 f I
Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,-
Radio, Phonograph, Transmit-"
. terl, receivers, arid all else- T
tronic equipment.' Service call;
82.50. Call by 7:00 p.m. for
same day service. All work
: guaranteed, phone U.S. Televi Television
sion Television Panama 2-41. 1 4

: Private Spantsli lessons offer-j
ed by former California Teach Teacher.
er. Teacher. Conversation stressed. Tel. V
Panama 3-1430. ,;'. L

Adults i Teenegers P ret eons
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and

1 4 2J $

WANTED: : -3 Panamanian

youngaldios from the interior
seeks employment with Canal
Zone family. Ploese call Hotel
Colombia, phono 2-0820.

WANTED: Folding invalid
chair, good condition. Phono 3 3-5521,
5521, 3-5521, Panama.

What, Again?

FOR SALE: Cotton loop rug
'xl2' rose color, clean $20,
double bed coil springs Inner
spring mattress $25. 1 Singer
sewing machine, treadle typo
with motor and Miscellaneous
attachments $40. House 2471-
First Street, Cecoli, phone
' 25-3157. .f,i. t '-,,..


FOR SALE:- Maple bedroom
suite, Hollywood, box spring
and mattress. Mirror and 2
dressers." Preyector, sound, 1
1 mm, excellent condition, Tel,
H Fort Cullck S8-59,.- Nit (.

Fearless Fraley r Sticks Neck Out:
Picks Gallant Man To 1 AViiilDeirby

' FOR SALE: Leaving. Must
sell:' Living room set, with
custom slip covers $150; End'
tables, $25 pr. Coffee table,
$15; CBS. .Television 21" Con Console,
sole, Console, mes. eld, (25-40 cycle),
$225; desk and; chair, $50;
Living reom mirror $25; brak brak-fast
fast brak-fast st, Chrome, $0; Holly
.Wood Twin. Beds, $0 eech;
Frtgidalre, T (25 cycle) $50;
domestic electric .sewing ma.
. chine with buHonbolor. v 110;
: Living room lamps, $5 each.
; fleer-, lamp 55. House 528-B
Diablo, Tel. Balboa 428.


But the Israeli Cabinet. due to

arsons preoccupations and doubts
by some of the leftist members of
the coalition government, his not

formaUv acted oa the doctrine. A
favorable decisioa is expected at,

toe next eaDtnet meeting Mar 12.
Informed soorces said there
id been ?ondersble differeoee
in the texts of agreements react reacted
ed reacted b Richeits t Kabul, Tehran
tni Baghdad, with each eommo eommo-rQue
rQue eommo-rQue carefully mookted to suit
!xal Cvtitwns. A similar careful-;
lr m-r!d communique waa ex ex-;'
;' ex-;' 4 fcere. 1


, Brown odwitted Toosday ho
raped end atonglad Mrs. frrioo frrioo-nie
nie frrioo-nie end buried her in a sfaniler
freve In the detviet danes eroav.
Chicago authorities said they
planned to question Brown today
a boot the unsolved killings of two
teensged sisters whose nude bo bo-fdies
fdies bo-fdies were found ia a ditch west of

Chicsgo. The girts. Barbara, 12,

aad Patricia Crimes, 13, disap disappeared
peared disappeared last Dec. 28 after arrvtag
their Chicaga. borne to attend a

movie. Their bodies were found

Jan. 22.

new canon

Model V

With F. 1.2 Lens



ft. Tort CeUa

Balboa Service Center
All Out 9ti Pinwta
use so rise
, now -13.75

balboa s-ase
Far VM. aad
. faamUy aaU.

, FOR SALE: w t bod framea,
2 springs, 1 Inner spring mat mattress,
tress, mattress, all $50.00. Youth bod,,
cotton-mattress, $25.00. Otrs.
302-B NAD. Phono Navy 371.

CH$ Music Groups


Of Bid

To Virginia Dinner

Angers llegrb Judge


iora ieero luce whom hvit,.

tion to a dinner for "diatinmUhMt

ru-Kinians- was rescinaea because

ox ms race, nas nrotested tha Min

suit" to Jov. Thomas B. Stanley.

Edward R. Dudlev. tiitir r

ine new ZOrX UltV DOmntir Urn.

lations Court' and a fornw am.-

bassador to Liberia, wrote Stan

ley in ins nope that "you as chief

oi state may begin to correct
the terrible injustices being per perpetrated
petrated perpetrated upon a whole people in
the name of democracy." -Dudley
-is one of six Negroes

Known to have received invita

tions to the all-white dinner here
May 17 Ja connection with the

350tn anniversary of the founding

oi me jamesiown colony. 11 -"
Tht invitations, co signed by
Stanley, were sent out by the Vir-

ima LiinDtr of Commerce.

which withdrew those sent through

"ciencai error."

One official said be thought-that

any negroes who showed up
should be treated courteously and

auoweq to oe seated. -
Dudley recalled in his letter that
as ambassador to Liberia in 194.
53, his embassy staff included sev

eral white Virginians under his
"There wss a mutual resDecL- a

desire to get tha Job done, and

a man was juogea upon Ue bests
of his work not the color of his
kin,he said. ;
Dudley said diplomacy abroad is
a difficult task, and "continued

treatment of Negro Americans la
America aS "ess that full citixens
has decidedly added to tha al already
ready already difficult burden...
"No amount of dollar aid," he
said, "cat com penis U for injury
doe to members of the humaa
race on the basis of a factor over

wnicn tney have no control, the
color of a man's skin,"
Dudley said bis letter wss "writ

ten without raneor or irritation.
The governor's office said Stan

ley would be unavailable for com

ment. He said earlier that he

would not get. involved in the dis-

Of the sis Negroes Invited, four

ssid they eo-iM not attend and two sett's Funeral Home

Klicated their arcertance. Dud-i

ley said be could not attend.

Festival,May lOlh

The Cristobal High School mu mu-sie
sie mu-sie department, under the direc direction
tion direction of O. E. Jorstad; will present
to the public the 20th annual
Spring Festival May 10. The pro program
gram program will be held in the high

iiuwi auunonum ne ginning at
7:30 p.m. and wiB feature .the
band, glee club and orchestra;
. Part one Of the mom-am,' will

feature the band.' which wiH nla

the following pieces; March "In-

aepenoenua" by HalL Overture

"Pacific Grandeur by 01i"andotL
a descriptive selection "Kln lr.

thur". by Mas Thomas with- the

trombone SOlO bv Philin HaHariit.

drum solo "Drummers DiveMion

by William Gibson and tha -final

number by the band will be the

marcn "Mr. Bandmaster" -by Wil

nam autre. ;

Part twe faeturaa tha 1m rluh

singing ue following numbers:
"Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor"
By Ring wald. "The Haonv Waader-

er" by Ades with the baritone so

lo by Charles DeTore, "One Alone"

oy nomoerg, -Kentucky, Babe"
by Geible. "Indian Love Call"

sung by, Barbara Gegg accompa-

niea oy warms Tagaropuioa on
the piano, 'An Clair de Lime"; a
piano solo by Ester Miller, "WJJ
You Remember" bv Rombert "In

dian Dawn" by Zamerimik, "Play "Playroom,
room, "Playroom, on Psrde"' by Lava a a,
''Sleep Baby j Sleep" by i Robert
Shaw and the number will be
"The Holy dry' by Ringwald. Ac Accompanists
companists Accompanists wlI be Ester Miller
and Grace Argc ..
The final part consists of the
orchestra playing the following:
Overture from "Rieaxi" by Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, Wahi-"Tbe Blue Daaube" by
Strauss, Novelty "The Three
Little Pigs" by Pore ma a with

Kathleen Cox as narrator, and the
final number "Slavonic Dance"
by Dvorak.


NEW YORK. UP) This is go

ing to be a fractured bit. ,4

In order tt wiU break: uen

Jones' blue suede shoes: Sunny

Jim ; Fitzsimmons' heart; Fesrless
Frsley's five year losing, streak
in the Kentucky Derby and, it is

to be hoped, my bookmakers nans;

Because old Fearless herewith

and forthwith is picking Gallant

Man to win Saturday s asra run-


In vVashinnton
'".'j : ,.'. V- 'V i.'-.' .11 Si?,'

-7 ''.".a, .- f, :

After- Injury

i CHICAGO. Mat t" (UP) Ben

ator catcher Clint Courtney was

back in Washington today, smart

ing from a $200 fine for lnsuoor-

dination" and a possible fractured

finger, but manager cnucK vies

sen said, the whole tmng wss ;

mountain made out of a moienlll.

"When you manage a ball cluD

...t.i. Kintf. ftri. that v. eauae

k.R V t..- w.uw v-
vou to give constructive critic-

im" Dressen said. "I'm the man

. ... ..1. V 11 1

ager. it s my job u teu uau pjr

ers what to ao."' r':-'

' Drossen allegedly slapped the
fine on the scrappy backstop
when the twe exchanged heated
words m the dugout after Court Courtney
ney Courtney was hit by a foul tip off the
bat of Cleveland outfielder Bob
ILKar an Wadnesdav. ''" '

The hlnw tore the nail off the

little finger of Courtney's throw-f

X-Rsys Ukenv in, ChicsgoThurs-

dsy showed me nana was orweii.
According to Dressen, the X-Rays

rvaied a minor xracture oi ue

littla linarr. -

"We. sent Courtney, bscfc home

for more X-Rays just to De sure.:

Dressen said, mat s iner way we
operate."- r --, - --Both,
Both, --Both, Dressen and Courtney slid

they'd Just ss. soon forget tneir

'I wes mad -because I hurt
my hand,". Courtney said. "I
mutHred something m the dug dugout
out dugout e bout hew I onty play-once
every four, five days and that
one time I have to hurt my hand.
Dressen heard mo and made a
comment. I guess after rhet one
tmmrA turf UJ ai anather."

Dressen denied ever ssyug b

planned to trade Courtney becsuse
Of the incident, t .

Tve had a tot. or arguments

with ball players." Dressen .saio.
When 1 have, an 'argument, its
closed as soon ss it's over. I once

argued with a player one night

sad the next nignv. do won

ning f the Jsunt for tho ttfat J
This is, ss usual, an annual at attempt
tempt attempt to remain a member in good

standing -of the .Knock; Down the

r avenie ,uu.-
Beeaus to listen' to most folks
this is strictly, a three horsi eaU

lop among Gen, Duke, Bold Rul Rul-r
r Rul-r and Iron Liege with thia
remaindef strictiiy "out for an air airing
ing airing on the hope that tha big three

win coiiapse rrom cone.,-?--
- Anybody who over figures 1st We

anybody, in the sports world has

to make like an expert in this one, i
So., I'm .an; expert.- .,'jL; hi-,. j
v I have to admit :toe, that my
record la the Derby never permitt permitted,
ed, permitted, any of the reader toootire to
a vine-covered., oottaae. anleaa

things hsva changed en th other
sido of the hill. s

In the last- few vesrs I have had

mora trouble -tHan the Pittsburgh

Pirates and Kansas City Athletics
combined. r-.v '';, ':
. iiut I'll. never, civ in as. long

as. you have money, i -i ;
And just to Drove that ovob a

blind pig will find an aeon once
J 1 . .

in a wnue, let mo teu you aooui
1951 That was the vest, old Fesr

less, using his customary scienti-

iic methods came tip with Count
Turf which won to the merrv tune

of $31.20. The stiff doesn't know

WBetttOXIUiU '- ;;'..!', ;i
But if you promise not to knock
down the odds, let me tell you a-

bout Gallant Afanx' ;,

This kid is out of Msjideh bv

Migoli,; which is the way; hs horse
experts talk about hie .4 mammy
and pappy. Now take it from boy
named Oscar out of a tough neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. anything with- familv

iiMiuea like tnose has to learn ear-

ly how to- iight or run. I Sean tell

you urn nana. mat oseara and
horses don't fight.
Gallant Man can go. His .first

piece of ground more horse ex-

pen taut was in ue wood Memo-,

rial and be was beaten only- a bob bobbing
bing bobbing nose by Bold Ruler. i i-Us
Us i-Us exnertf contend ioeke-e Johj

ny Choquette made bis move too
early. It'll, be up to Willie Shoe

mas or. wno wiu sun tor Choquettc,
to- make the right move Staturdav

and if be doesnX I'll have to...

becsuso vi Naoid my neighbors

r- -,

But it m experts say

price is ngni. : ;

Sports Briefs!

gams for me.

The guest 'conductors for the an annual
nual annual event WiU be Victor Herr,
music director of Balboa High

School, and R. U Sullivan, first
band leader ot Cristobal High

SchooL Sullivan la bow general

manager of the Coramltury Divi

No admission: wiH be charged.


Gen. Hightower

To Pay Visit

To EI Salvador- :

Stamped Out


(l"P Aa atvertiement by Har

is today s) Frswnni. Jr., G-4

nrwtfiper anno-jnred:

Top asue rirrps."

' Brig. Gen. Louis V. HighCower,
demitv commanding general. OS.

Army Caribbean, wifl-Veeve next

Wedoeadav to visit the United

States Army Missions of Guate

mala and El Salvador.

Ue will visit the U.S. Army Kis-,

skin to Guatemala from Kay to
May 12, and the L-S. Army Me Me-twa
twa Me-twa to El Salvador from May 12
to Mav 14. He wiU reuira to the
Canal Zone on May 14.

Accompanying the general win
be CL A. A. Gr-rvf, chief of
KiliUry Missi'm; CoL J. R. Ross.
G-J: Cel. L. F. w lsoa. U.S Army
Csri'.jhs Sargeor! Col L. D.

snd 1st. I


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Rookie Phillies first baseman Ed
Bouchea was honored Wednesdsy
by the Philadelphia Sports-Writ?

ers Assn. st one of Its forum w
Boochee, who has sparked the PhiH
lies during the first three week!

of the season, -wis presented

wans.. '- ..-I

WA5H1AGTON, (UP) rulV rulV-back
back rulV-back Tom Crowl, a 207 -pound full fullback
back fullback bo wss hot a -standout at
Purdue, has bees signed by the
Washington Redskins because
Coach Joe Kuharick said, he wad
impressed by bis "hustle." Crow
wss signed ss a free agent.'
HANOVER, N.a UP) Petei
vaa Wck Gardner, assistant crew
roach it Princeton, hu beei
named head rowing coach and las'
tructor ia physical educatum at
Dartmouth College aocceedic
Thaddeos Seymour, who wiH stay
oa as instructor in the English de



biaso and Jimmy Archer, both el

rrw Tone, asve turn4 to mef

in a io-round doh at St. Nicholas

Arena, slay 13. Sugar Hart of Pr Pr-ladclphia
ladclphia Pr-ladclphia and Sugar WUsoa of T- 1
gSewnod. N.J, who meet st fcl.
Nick's oa Way a, .were pmomme pmomme-d
d pmomme-d in exrrlirnt shape Vedr.Msy

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i The-water level of Gatun .Lake

stood at 82.51 feet.toaay no.rec no.rec-ord.but
ord.but no.rec-ord.but the lowest in nine years.
v.nnfii lnw fnr the lake is 18 feet,

..ArrordinB to the eurrent issue

'of the Panama Canal Review, pau-

- city and plenty have nit ine arai

'Zone simultaneously iwHiHuw -Ipast
few weeks, to result "" ""-'
' ""-' nation unparalleled in local histo histo-'
' histo-' 1 for the past deeade. -I
rhe paucity was water, brought
about by the driest dry season
!sthce1948 and. the tremendous, a,
' .mount of "water consumed by an
uaprecendented number of lockag-

tf tnrougn tne ranama vu"
The plenty was ships, which
I Waled more in March than In
' t any previous month since the
Canal wee opened to commerce.
I ,, Ordinarily water in he Canal
Zone is used to generate electri electri-l
l electri-l city -as well as to float sh i ps
tVom ocean to ocean. When wa wa-1
1 wa-1 r is scarce, lockages have first
r 'ii ; '.v. ;;,.";

t So when rainfall tontinued. to be

'practically nonexistent ana s oy
- aockages'averaged ;24.5 the atand atand-by
by atand-by Diesel electric power plants at
iCocoli.and Miraflores were called

ion, to assume a portion 01 w
jial Zone's electric powerfgenera-

. Miiofc. mnre water is used to

hin throueh the Pan

' 'rta Canal than is used in one day
.rvT. mnniiinl nurnose in the en-

Hir Canal Zone nlus the. cities of

'TPanama and Colon. The use of the
-Diesel stations for thtf past few
. vMka has saved an average of

i592,4l6,000 gallons each day e e-:.nmieh
:.nmieh e-:.nmieh to lock 11 ships from sea

riwri to sea leveL or enough to

'.linnlv th needs of the C a il a 1

Zone towns and Panama terminal
' crHes for almost 12 day s. .
. ?-Th onlv answer to the water

nuhlem was to itOD hydroelectric

meration where large amounts

' IoC water are used; that meant
' Hhat the Gatun plant would practi practi-!c?rtly
!c?rtly practi-!c?rtly stop its operations. For sev-

.eril. weeks, it ns generatea oniy

! fcoMswrconnwWout
: Wns Verolly hove the .figures

.; to prove It. :
i f S Tl

a little 60-c:vcle power, during the
daytime hou and, for the first
time in its history;, has not oper operated
ated operated between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
The difference in the electric pow power
er power needs has b een supplied by the
Diesel generators a so called

"standby" system wnicn nas oeen

la existence mny years.

Altnougn TIM winr nrrB
has been ait from, the point
; of view of power generation end
lockages it has not been neces necessary
sary necessary to tell Zonfana to stop wa wa-terlng
terlng wa-terlng thir lawis and cut down
en their liowe.r baths. Munici Municipal
pal Municipal use of watorf is, almost litor
ally, a drop in AS bucket pm pm-parod
parod pm-parod to the wafer ued for
lockages, end power generation.
Prince Charles
No Batter, But
Real Hot Bowler
LONDON, May 3 (UW-Observ-

ers wno watcnea rnnce nanes,

8. play cricket for tne tu-si ume
in public agreed jtoday he is both

a "Duttermngers ana a cracner-

jack" in different aspects oi ine


Charles played with his school

mates on a Chelsea Field yester

day, and his form showed ne naa

at least elementary instruction
from his father, Prince Philip, In
the gardens of Buckingham Pa Palace.
lace. Palace. '

"He is a butterfingers of a
fielder." the London Daily Express

commented today. "He uses a bat

like a golf club, nut ne is a noiy

terror of a bowler (pi

crackenack like his latn



Brothel Burglars
Escape With Loot

Valued At $32,000

MESSINA, Sicily May 3 (UP)-

Thieves broke into a brothel last
night and carried away a 220-

nound safe- containing money and

valuables worth $32,000, police re

sorted todav. ;

"Neither the manager; of the

house nor its guests heard any

noise, v a police spokesman said.

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Let the people know the truth mid tKe country it af fcVflVfjm tncofn.

12nd TEAR

PAN AM A,, Rj. P., FBIDAT, MAT, t, 1957


modi Again Monday

From Canal Zone s Local-Rate Ttivns

ROYAL SHOPPERS Monaco's "Prince Rainier and hls wife,
Princess -Grace (left), shop in-therain lnjtome. The royal
couple were' in the Eternal' City lor an audience with Pope
Pius XlL.Wfoniarr at right was not identified.

McCarthy funeral Services

To Be Held In Senate Monday


r s r A a I

' I VJ U M I S.r.
Shows: liOt, 2:45, 4:40,
:48, :0( p.m;


' behind enemy

line... alone on
m Pacific Island

...the marine who
had been thru hell
...and Sister Angela

with her supreme

faith in

. -4 1

v -re

L 'i I. I. in

Deborah Robert


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- Product tr
t fVoctod v
Scop4y fey
n urn? warn

I Weather Or Not

This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today.
Is prepared -by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrograph Ic
Branch of the Panama Canal.
Company: I"

Balboa Cristobal

High ......... M 84
Low 78 80
Hirh 88 84
Low 52 78
(max. mph) NW-28 N-14
RAIN (inches)
(inner harbors) 77 84
8:38 a.m. 8:27 a.m.
:5t p.m. .. 12:48 p.m.


Funeral services for Sen. Jo

seph R. '. McCarthy will beheld
at 11 -aan. Monday in the Sen-

at p.hamher where he rose to

fame, and. later was condemned

by his colleagues ""

Thu. SenateS services will be

preceded by Catholic mass at 9
m at. fit Matthews Cathedral

where McCarthy-was married In


The Senate will' "meet briefly
at noon -Monday 'and adjourn

nut of risnect for McCarthy.

A committee of Senators will
ncRomnan v the body i from the

Senate -chamber to Apweton,

win vina. at 2 n.m. Monaay

. Burial will be in Anpleton at

noon Tuesday.

- ;
The- Wisconsin Republican
died at "Bethesda Naval Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital late yesterday of a little un

derstood' liver malady c a lie a
"acute henatitis." The specific

cause of death was "acute hepa hepa-tltlo
tltlo hepa-tltlo failure' failure of the liver

to go on lunctioning.

Death came to the contro-'

versial Senator, .who made hosts
of enemies and friends with his
attacks on alleged Communists
in government, with a sudden

ness that shocked the capital. 1

He had been 111 for a number

WAR andliAtE
TODAY al the LUX Thealre

"Not since 'Gone WithThe Wind' opened in
1939 has a motion picture created so much inter interest
est interest and held an audience spellbound for so long a
sitting... The film is a breath-taking version of
Tolstoy's story."
Kate Cameron, New York Daily News.

"War and Peace is a superbfilm, well worth
waiting for. . It makes a bnHiant niOYie."
Williom K. Zinsser, New York Herald Tribune.
. .:i,-:
''Extended spectacles ore sweepingltuperb. i..
Keeping the huge set of characters identifiable
called for inspired costing and that is what the film
got." .' ; :X,'-r !'...; ;

Alton Cook, New York World-Telegram end Surf.

of weeks but did not enter the
hospital until last Sunday. The
hospital said he was "seriously"
ill. but never publicly put him

on the "critical" list,

School days will begin again

mmaur uiurmag ior approximaie-

ly 3900 students who are expected

I to enroll for the 1957-58 term in

the Canal Zone Schools in the La

tin American communities.

All pupils, i including kindergar

ten children are asked to report
Ion opening day at their respec

tive schools at 9 a.m.

; Most of the : work to be done
Monday will consist of registra registration,
tion, registration, classrrom assignment, and
Pupils in grades Kindergarten

through 6 will be dismissed for

the remainder of the day as soon
as they have completed their reg registrations.
istrations. registrations.

All junior and sonior high school

pupils' will be dismissed at; 10:30


Regular full s e s s 1 o n s in all

schools and at ali grade levels

will begin Tuesday morning at 8

o'clock. "

; Because ef reduced tnrilK
ments, the school at Chagres and
the Kindergarten at La r Boca
havo been discontinued. .,

Chagres children will attend

school at Rainbow City. ?

Puoils in Grades 1 through 9 at

La Boca will attend school in the

former hieh school building.

Children in Grades 10. 11, and

12 on the Pacific side will attend

Paraiso High School and those on

the Atlantic side- will attend Rain

bow City High School. v

Kinderearten throuah Grade 9

will offered in Santa Cruz, Parai

so and Rainbow City. , - r
During : the past .week registra

tion was held r for Kindergarten

and first grade pupils and-all oth

er eligible students .who will at

tend the Latin American schools
this year for the first time. ;
Students who will attend fine
high schools in the Canal Zone La Latin
tin Latin American communitues for the
first time have been 'registering

with the principals of these-schools

since April 15.
. This is the second year -j In
which the school ? scheduled S in
the Latin American communities
has coincided with that ef t h e
; Republic el Panama. Teaching
in all grades will centine to be
in ; Spanish, and the curriculum

Fresh Cloudbursts

McCarthy's malady was not ri. AJ TAwr Taiums"
-called infectious hepatitis, a TlOOQ I CAQ J 1 0 If 11 J


virus-caused disease. Medical
authorities said McCarthy's ail

ment, acute hepatitis.Ms organ


A new cloudburst on the head wa-

ternaI:a8enUV"'' A the town of Dennis today for the

second time since Sunday,' caused

A public health service offi

cial who has spent'' his life

local flooding in the resort city of

studying liver maladies said Mineral Wells and cut the high-.

there .- are some 1000 amerent way to the town of Graford.
kinds of organic hepatitis. They Wichita Falls, northwest of Min Min-all
all Min-all manifest similar symptoms eral Wells,, near the Oklahoma
but have different causes. line, suffered floods last night
"There are a whole host of from a downoour. As much as 5.5

conditions which could have pre- inches of rain was reported south-

ceaea me senator s acute at- west of Mineral weus, wmcn is
tack," he said., "Even if there west of fort Worth.
had been an autopsy, the basic A new round of thunderstorms

cause that produced it probably predicted for today, raised, the

never wouia nave oeen mown threat oz more xiasn. floods in Tex Tex-anyway."
anyway." Tex-anyway." i as towns and cities, r ,,

Mrs. McCarthy did not au-l B. P. Hushes, meteoroloeist In

thorize an autopsy, and there cha'ree of the Shreveport. La.,

will be none. Weather Bureau, said he' thought

Messages of condolence pour- the flooded Sabine, along the Tex-

ed into McCarthy's widow, the as Louisiana border, could stand
beautiful Jean whom he marrl- one day of renewed thunderstorms

ed ih 1953. but probably not two.-

Dennis, which hai 1S hniKPi and

President and Mrs. Eisenhow- two stores in it, was flooded out

er and former President Tru Sunday when .the flood eates of

man. voiced, their sorrow, though I Possum Kingdom Dam on the

the President and former Pres- Brazos were opened. Ten families

jaent naa oeen, targets oi rus med to the schoolhouse and a
tVs .1 1 I 1 1 1. A 1

w;u. uiiucia wiiu una occa cnurcu on Digner grouna.

nis enemies in me availed them

selves of -the rule say nothing

ill of the dead.

will remain substantially' y h
.aeme as last, year. It was an announced.
nounced. announced. 1 ' f

' Temistocles Cespedes, recently
retired chief of the P a n a m a

Schools' Technical Service Sec

tion, will continue to serve as. con

sultant for (the Canal Zone Latin
American School. iv,,''
A number of new textbooks ;'f in
Spanish will be used this year and

new books have been added to the
school libraries...f

, several improvements n a v e -been
made recently tthe echeeij
These include an addition of i'a

junio. high shop and two C l a s s-

rooms at santa ; crui; i rauage
improvement at Rainbow City El

ementary School the construction

of -covered passageways .-at'; the
Santa Cruz .and Rainbow Ci t y

ditioned inusic .room, and the -de-,

velopment of a new playground at
Paraiso; and. the installation of a
safety fence at the Paraiso play-
ground. i Vi 'j.v

Six new elementary : teechera
, will oin the teaching staff ef the
- Latin: American Schools t h i a
Ww f nti MrsViJma I Rivera,
who will tea:h the c third grade st

raraiso: Miss, Asuncion At well,
who will take -over ihe third' grade
at La .s Boca ? Mi; Jii.

fifth grade at La Boca Ml.

bara JIarper, fourth grade at San-I

w viuit; jHigg uiauaettw nit

jsecond grade at Rainbow City; nd
Roberto-5 Barton, sixth grade at

.Aew;secondarytf school teachers
are' ArVa Piper and .Adda'Grimal-

au cuie santa uruz Junior High

scnooi: vand ,C A. craffwll, .mi

Elliot,; Yearwood to be, assigned to!

m-ruo-ruga-o;nooi4 t

Will Rock::rf;R6ir RoupR

1 Elvis, Edgfe'Etude sfi0&icM&k?

Special musical' programs wlllarade 4, 5, and I will' partlcW

feature the observance of Na

tional and Inter-American Music
Week by; the' United' States

schools in the Canal Zone from

May 6 to 12.

Music week was observed last

year in some 3700 communities in

the United States. The Canal
Zone schools have observed the

week for many years.. 1

me programs this year are

based on the theme "Life Means
More with Music," Most of the

programs are for the elementary

grades although the Cristobal

Junior-Senior High School wIU

give its annual Spring Music Pes

tival Friday, May 10, at 7:30 o' o'clock
clock o'clock in the High School Auditorium.,;-;.,
.'.!; '. -"'Jr.-'-'

The complete list of musical

programs scheduled follows:

ANCON: "Songs We Like to

Sing" at 8:15 a.m., Wednesday,

May 9, in the gymnasium,


Grades 4, 5, and 6 In the school

patio Wednesday, May. I at 8:20
a.m. "" ? -..


Like to Sing, at 10:45 a.m,
Thursday, May 9 in the gymna gymnasium:
sium: gymnasium: ' '.- ,-

C O C O LI: Songs of "Many

Lands" at-9:15 a.nv, 'Tuesday,
May 7, hi the gymnasium.; i ..,

FORT KOBBE: "Sorlna around

the world" on rriday. May 10,

at :30 p.m. in. the auditorium.'


- PEDRO MIGUEL Classroom
programs throughcrat'thttweelc.
, GAMBOA i Grades K- in a'
special sing at the Civic Center,
oa Wednesday; May t. At ao:30
a.m. ) i j,'. v
GATUN A patio program In-,
cludina grades K-6 on Thursday.

May at 10U5 a.m,-

5 on Monday, May 6, at 2:00 p.m.
Grades 3 and 4 on Wednesday,
May a, at 9:00 a.m.' Graded' at

9:00 a.m. on .Friday. ; May v 10.

Grid 1 will give, .H .later pro

gram at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday,

May 15, and Grade 8 on Friday,
Mar 17, at 2:00 pjm. Program

will be given in the school libra
ry. - T- Y' i


Season in Song" on Thursday,

May 9, at 10:00 a.m.' in the gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium for grades 1-8. The kin

dergarten children will sing for
their, parent at 10:15 a.m. and

2:15 p.m. on-Friday, May 17-i

Chi stobal elementabt;

Pupil of grade K- will give a

program In the school cornoor

on Friday, May 10, at 10:00 a.m.

Balboa High Schoi and Baa-

boa Junior High School musle

deoartmenta recently save -pub

lic program designed i or music

Week observance, t : J

Cristobal Junior-Senior; High

school will give It annual

Spring Music Festival on Friday,

May iv, at 7:au p.m. im toe aua

tonum.' s ;
" The Canal -Zone-Latin Ameri

can schools:'whkh' 6a not

hintil May 6,iwill schedule observe



In Trial On Secret
Missilje Dafa Leak

Ison W. Madher Of Cristobal

Native Of Indiana Came To CZ In 1916

Nelson W. Magner, superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of the- Cristobal Field Office
of the Maintenance Division and

well known, long-time resident

of the Isthmus, died suddenly this

morning in Cristobal. He was 58

years M.uf

A native o Fort Wayne. Ind

Mr. Magner came to the Isthmus

in 1916 in the Army and was sta
tioned at Culebra with the 3rd En

gineers. He was a sereeant at the

The trial of the controversial ume or his discbarge in 1920.

officer, a key figure In the Army's Hi .worked briefly with the old

Intermediate ranee ballistics mis-1 canal uivtsion of ortuicauons as

sile aizencv at Redstone Arsenal I surveyoi1 and recorder, but left

at Huntsville, Ala- is now ached- the Canal organization in 1921 to

uled for May 15. spend the wx eight years as an

Third Army officials Tuesday engineering and construction -iu-

revealed that Nickerson'j attor- printendeut with the R. W. He

ATLANTA. May 2 (UP) A een-

eral court-martial board today stu

died a request for a three to four-

month delay in the trial of Arm? I

Col. John C. Nickerson, charged

with leaking secret guided missile

data.' ..-.

neys, Robert K. Bell of HunUviUe hard

and Ray Jenkins of Knoxville,
had asked for delay until "July
or August-
Bell, who Is chief attorney, indi indicated
cated indicated earlier that the delay would
be sought pening Defense Depart Department
ment Department action on an application for
access to additional information.
Bell has warned the Defense
Department that secret material
will be released if the Arm goes

ahead with the trial. reelM
whether the press is barred.

The request for the delay, con

tained in a letter to u. ben.
Thomas F. Hickey. was turned
ever to Maj. Gea. Crump Garvin,
president of the court-martial
board.. f
Bell and Jenkins havelined up
many, top military and civilian
figures in the missile development
field as defene witnesses. Tbue
include Dr. vvrhmr Voa Br son.!
developer of Hitler's dreaded V2
rocket, and who is presently di director
rector director f the mi.sile research de-

' partment at Redstone.

Co., working on roads and

construction in Panama and El

Salvador.- Part of his work was on

what is, now Panama's National

Highway U the Interior.
After his return te the Canal
rtanitatMn. he worked In Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and thWwat transferred te
Madden Dam where he served
. until im as a faroman, unior
engineer and engineer. Seen af

ter the cempletien ef the work
n Madden Dam, he was trans transferred
ferred transferred te the Atlantic aide with
the then Municipal Engineering
Division and m 141 was made
superintendent el this eperetien.
Some of the projects on which

he has been ngaed within the

past few years are: the rhabih-

tauon of the Gatun Locks vehicular
crossing, and the reconditioning of

coco ixk Hospital after its trans transfer
fer transfer te the Canal organization from

ine Navyt

Mr. Magner has beea connected,
throughout his Isthmian residence.

with many c;vic and patriotic or-

can.zauons. He has been president
of the Panama Canal Employes
Mutual Rencfat Association since
1953 and a member of its Board of

and tw daughters, Mrs. ten I.
Hall, ll.l, el Marietta, Ca and
Mrs. Tern Lewery f Oneenta,
Ala. There are five grandchll-
dren.' ,..',,.;-.- ,s v
Funeral earvlces Will Ve. an announced
nounced announced later,. ; v' -


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PRICES: 1.00 and 0.50

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. for this picture!



Directors since' m. II? is alo a

member of Je Board of the Caa-

al Zone Credit Union.
He tn aa active, member, of

the American Lrnon of whick be

was a former department 'com

mander ia he Canal Zone a Ad ea-

tceal etecuiivs comrr.iMeemaa.

Other ergaiuxatxms to w hich -. he

had takes aa active part are the

Caaal Zone Community O'rt and

the Boy Scouts. At ore t 'ne, he

was interested in am a it or radio
work and voent many hour at

ibis. set at ha MirgariU borne.

' -Mr.
Magner It turviyd by hu
wife, the ferwier Les Creene,
daughter ef the femer Ceiwe Ceiwe-tretter
tretter Ceiwe-tretter at the 'name Canal, IU

vreene. They tre en

il, new ltv!i N Ts.

The picture awarded the Oscar and the admiration'
", ;, V V of the Panamanian public! . s ?

Shews: 11 :M Z:2S -1:17 :4C 1:55

.75 111

' sTI

. An Adventure ends ,Lov Story

loucnea wnn grearnessiona inof
1. living qualify rolled fie'ort! ;

Crrro Gno-


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