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PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY, MAT 4, 1951
May 4 (UP) A five-nation
1 fact-finding team arrives here
today to try solve a border dis dispute
pute dispute between Honduras, and
Nicaragua before it blows up ,.,
into 'an all-out Centra Ameri American
can American war. -The
committee, sent by the
Drganlzation of American States
to Washington, stopped over in
; Panama iast nigni. ?
There were no no new te-s
ports of border clashes and
t the two nations appeared to
be holding their fiire at least
until the committee completes
.its Inquiry. 1 w-
It will spend three, day here
and then go to Managua, cap capital
ital capital of Nicaragua;' ;for; another
,hree davs before, reporting to
,he' OAS-Council in Washington;;
The OAS Mission ir headed by
Panamanian ambassador to the
US. Rlcardo M. Arias and .. ln ln-ilubes
ilubes ln-ilubes UjS. ambassador John C
!)rier, Mexican ambassador Luis
ijulntanilla," Argentine ambas ambas-lador
lador ambas-lador Eduardo Augusto Cards i
nd Bolivian ambassador Victor i
Both countries warned that
' any aggression by one would
: result in retaliation .: by the
. Yesterday, Nicaragua's f. presl-1
lnt Tula Knmiwrn .rtprlarerf that
Nicaragua 'has put an end" to I
hostilities in its border conflict,
hit stressed that this applied on
fy if she was not attacxea. ;
The Nicaraguan foreign mln-
, istryy sent 7 word to the OAS
that Nicaragua would avoid
any action which Would tend to
worsen the situation, unless
the country is forced "to repel
a new aggression by Honduran
forces.' i? '" '"'
. Romorft told newsmen he, be
lieved the OAS could solve the
iicTJUug yvv"un, 1 : equal niuoicob i umi uui. n
lllar situations,.' members 'Of thetnnding before" thLrsubcommit
1 been atue iq ee,.
iurs whhk t
. Tnis v as interpreted u.
iiic c hPin, a favnr' n e in-
lication tnat tney coum acs in nc 0f Panama as n implemen implement's
t's implement's case too to bring abputi tatlon of the Treaty, and .the
' pnace between tne wo counmea.
? I'-, i n ' i'.' :" ".'-t.
A police report on the sudden
deaui ot Nelson W. Magner, sup-
lntendent of the" Cristobal
tf ield Olfice oT the Maintenance
Division, stated that. he w a s
, lound dead In a chair n his of-1
fice-early- yesterday morning.
' They stated that a note was
" lett by the 58-year-old Ameri Ameri--
- Ameri-- canUndicating he was despond despond-"
" despond-" ient ever ill health. i" '.
Employes coming la' to work
.i found the body' slumped in a
' i chair. Firemen Were tailed and
: they applied .vartlllcial respira-
tlon until the body was pro pro-.
. pro-. nounced dead at 6:51 a.m. by a
Coco Sold doctor. v
" ; Police said the body showed
vno siens of violence, and an
autopsy has been ordered .to
determine the cause of death.
. '.: Mr. Magner was well-known
on the Isthmus, and active in
community projects. .
Funeral arrangements fhave
not yet been announced.'
OAS TEAM The Li
pate reDPfU of a:.l
this rr.orr..r. hraced
snd were grr ?ted tv l :' n
U.S. Anib55ador Jr'n C I ;.'r
tasiador Iduardo A .. : .3 Garc.a
Suggested In Bill
f ,'iTwo "important amendments to1, a bill now before
Congress to implement the new Panama-U. S. treaty were
introduced yesterday in Washington in' the House Mer
chant Marine and Fisheries
Campbell,' president of the American Federation of Gov Government
ernment Government Employes. ' ,.' K '
v The changer are aimed at lessening the burden on
Panama Canal Employes, according to Rufus M. Lovelady,
president of Lodge 14, AFGE, who received word of Camp
bells testimony yesterday. ;
-' One amendment contends that
since the Treaty was national
policy, tne afge win urge tnat
the treasury pay the" $1,500,000
to Panama instead of taking this
amount out of the Canal Com
pany's profits ; -(1
. The second recommendation
calls for an evaluation of the
property which will be turned
over to Panama to be based on
the fair value Instead of the
depreciated book value. i
The following is ; a complete
text of Campbell's statement
made yesterday:;,'' -:,;.
"Mr. Chairman nd members
of the committeer f
Because of their significance
to U.S.- citizens who are mem
bers of i this Federation working
in the Panama Canal 'Zone, the
American Federation of Gpvern Gpvern-ment
ment Gpvern-ment Employes has a keen inter interest
est interest in the Treaty of Mutual Oik
derstandinit ; and Cooperation
Between the United States of
America and the Republic of
Panama and the Memorandum
of Understandings reached, both
signed Jan. 2Sm 1955.. HR-6709 is
documents., tience, w have an
interest in that biii now
. V. V-,;..": TJ". "Again, because the" addition
t i w.
autnonze tne iransier or iana
h imAmMmmti t th Rmih
"Since the Treaty and Mem-:
orandum are matters of fact,
it is apparent that the legisla legislation
tion legislation now under consideration is
.essential to carry out the in-v
tmt of both countries in reach reach-I
I reach-I t the 1955 agreements.1 For
v t. t reason, we can -offer no
objection to the principle ad ad-,
, ad-, vanced in the bill.' r
We are concerned only with
the method of, accomplishing
the conveyances. .-
There are two principal a a-mendments
mendments a-mendments which should be
made in HR-6709 before final ac action
tion action is taken by the committee.
Beginning on Line 10. page 1
me out ajrecuj r umii mo
directs: tnat tne vaiue,
of the property transferred be ,?" g ,"j7 tr0g. ton-vessel if
the nef book value." We ttA'JJJ to
"fairf market value," and that
these values b! deducted
the net capital Investment of the
In the conveyances snail not;
he chareed aeainst me uanauca uiuj
Zone government, but shall be
treated as extraordinary expens-
es due to national" policy. Such a'. The 461-foot Kronstaat is tne
provision is appropriate because, lantPst of the Soviet vessels to
' ... 11 inuJ Uava Ia. transit
th- transiers win resuiv num.
treaty negotiations under our;thl.. yrar. 1 ..
!n fin sent ty th.e C-5r.;Uon cf American fatos t5 tnvetU-c-"f.U-t
between Hon-., ran and Nleararjan trocps arrived at Tocun-.en
v rar,i-ar.;an Ambawad-r to Wair.lr.Rtcn Rirardo Anas :a !ark r-:t
r --p t-.-x.v.r.o r-r-i irr,rd tae. 'Others in the fart? are:
';t, V,rXB n A'
r.a BoUviia Ar..:a.v;
i-r L:s int-a r.; .:a.
:r V.ctor Andrau.
' Committee by James A.
foreign relations program, rather
man direction action of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Government, tf fi ,k ,.
"Establishment of the con conveyances
veyances conveyances on the basis of the
market value will align the
: transactions with the repro reproduction
duction reproduction value. This is a much
more realistic measure of the
cost involved than the original
cost, even when such factors as
depreciation are included.
"It will : enable- the x United
States government also to secure
a fairer evaluation of the Josses
incurred under present competi competitive
tive competitive conditions.- ,
'"The other point we desire to
emphasize concerns an amend amendment
ment amendment to th Canal Zone Code be beginning
ginning beginning on Line 8, Page 4 of HR HR-6709.
6709. HR-6709. .. : i
'Under this language, the cor
poration is obligated to accept
the cost of annuity payments w
the Republic o'f Panama by re
imbursing .; the United States
Treasury amounts to reimburse
the Treasury. '
fit is our unaemanaing vnai
this amount promised to the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama under the 1055
Treaty will, approximate $1,500,?
Mnenditures' result from neco
r.-.---- bv our basic
nations governea "y our D851U
forelen nolicv. our Federation
recommends that this amount be
considered a mattesjf national
policy and the expenses be
borne by the United States as a
nation, rather than employes in
the Canal Zone or its user
Fillh Soyibl Jhl?
Trznsiis ISonisy i
Yilh Sug:r Ccrgi
Th. fifth transit of a
ship this year will be made Mon-
'"?f "f th. Russian steamship
u .iif-ik the arrival lit u'nt
im-ldue, in Cristobal ;
Russia with a ca
m Cuba - rJ
be taken to Insure safety u .tne
-in .1.-. .rm.
the vessels were Kept unaerciose
nave uncu imt -nu,i
MARIFRANCES TUCKER, member of the Balbol High School
girls freestyle relay, team which clipped -nearly 1 four seconds
off the old Canal Zone record at the Balboa pool this week,
and who also equalled the C.Z.-recordlrr the 6D yards girls
freestyle: Why is this sports picture appearing on the front
page? Because Marifrances Is pretty girl, that's why.
' f j (Photo; Parry Blaei),
From' Carrasquilla Dus Stop
Manama City detectives' today
ami- nffftffed In 1 a wide-scale
search in the vicinity of paitiila
tnr th kidnaper f. seven-
tear-old boy. .7:'i';i--Ui;;"
The toy, Rolando Turner, kid
naped- about p.m. yesterday
when he and his 11-year-old
brother, Jose Jr., left their par parents'
ents' parents' home In Vista Hermosa to
visit;' their grandmother in Rfo
Abajo. x : .. ;.. J ';' -:'yi
' Both are the children of Jose
Turner and his wife, Lynette
Detectives also redoubled
their search for seven other
teenagers and one 12-year-old
girl reported missing during
the past few days.' .
According lO tne emcr vi
Turner, wy-.-w.v, f
nrnirhfd hV a jnait n
i. K?. .diaeent to Carras-
quilla fire station, j . 1
Little Jose saw wje-" -JT ,.',m,, H,n
fered them skaus bicycles Jnd
marbles if they went along wltli.Uiled as cande. Iwlo Gonzalez
They accepted and went along
with him to a onuge
,... in Pattnia. Here the -man
t .d the older boy to wait for him
hila he went Into ? his grand-
: 1 As Ship
nils Cncl Vsii ;
ore ship Oremar was
v scraped up yesterdays!
the Pedro Miguel
Vnts for the '86-toil ship
. vessel was scraped in a
eiaces when it brushed a
Car si wall, but carnage
The fhin was carrying a cargol
ft 23.8'K) tons of of iron ore from gave way the moment it was
C hile bound tor Baltimore. She 1 born as always happens to gl gl-Jfft
Jfft gl-Jfft lxt rileht. The minor accl- raffe babies and Its sex won't
rfent occurred yesterday morn-'be identified until It's strong
lng. v . enough to stand., : J
PCVredge 'r'Paraho''- -LeasedTifi Corps
ArTarjements have been, eom-
pleiH for a three-year lease to
the L.S. Army corps of engineers
of the Panama Canal Co. dipper
drer!-e Faraito which has been en
a aurr'hy reserve status for sev several
eral several jfr. it was announced Fri-
at Balboa Heights. The dredge
it to r ued on the oreat LAkes
ar te St. Jswrence Seaway.
Trf Faraire i now at the Dredg-i-z
Pfjfrve Fleet Division at
Gabrs being readied for its trip
A-g 'U the dredte will go
tv-r l clic yard acows,
also f r ue ia the seaway project.
. -Y' f-
mother's house witn the younger
Rolando, "x OvVvV'- ,..;( "' ..
He made the older boy take off
his shoes and give them to him
so he could measure them with
tne skates no nad .inside : the
After waiting' a little while,'
Jose said he became impatient
and went to the house to in inquire
quire inquire of the man and his
Brother. The residents of the
house said they had 'not seen
them, and upon hearing the
boy's story called the Secret
,.i.PoliCe.-'..';4r-;.; vV'-..V, C V J'l J'l-;
; J'l-; t i, .-fvi-;:- ..
. Turner, his wife and volun volunteers
teers volunteers searched the bushes in the
Paitiila area all yesterday afters
noon until 1 a.m. today .without
, --- -,,llHn
imuuij m wave ui vw ,vvv,
Uves who continued the search
" luXl CZ I
1.. ..1 ...4-rA.
he saw two men come out of
the bushes With a intie noy
who was crying. He said the
men hurled back, into -tne
bushes as soon as they saw
him, but being aloner he made
no move to ioiiow id em.
netctlvea are said to 1 have
several good clues and are of the
nninion that the little boy is the
vicUm of thieves who habitually
rob little children or snoes ana
Jewelry. ', .. !.. ':
Fall Guy (or Gal);
CHICAGO,. May 4 (UP)
Officials at B r o 0 kfleld Zoo,
proudly announced today that
Pamela the giraffe has given
birth to a six-foot baby. They.
think It's a boy. -J-.
The newcomer's spindly legs
They are also being prepared lorreplace two (Yrps-'of Engineer
shipment at Gam bo a
Present Flans cab for the dredge
and the scows to be taken to 'iw
Orleans by a Navy floating dry
dock, similar to those which were
floated through the Canal trernpe, the Paraiso will be moved to
years ago oa their sides bt: St, Lawrence River.
they were too wide to pas thro
the Inrki Bv floatinr tha drr
and the scows into the dryrt nt:. on the Panama Canal just before
it. will not be necessary to bci ";the end of the construction period.
thnv for the long trip.
I The dredge nd the scowi will Gamboa, which was sold several
be moved to their new job viajyears ago, and the Cascadaa,
the Miasisiippi River and the II which ia currently in use here,
ihnols waterway. The Paraise JITbe dredges were built by the
A DECREE authorizing Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller General Roberto Heurte Heurte-matte
matte Heurte-matte to negotiate a $1,849,409
loan in: Wasnlngton to continue
the; construction of the inter inter-Amencan
Amencan inter-Amencan Highway, was issued
yesterday by the government.
The decree authorizes1 Heurte-:
matte to negotiate the loan with
the Export-Import Bank at live
per cent interest. -
, The afternoon daBy EI Pals
reported yesterday that office
equipment stolen In Panama
and Colon are being sold, in
According to the article, the
stolen office equipment Is ta
; ken to Darien near the frontier
and loaded aboard Colombian
" .- Tessels..-,: fi :?,
'- Veteran newsman Armando
Moreno has been named as press
chief of the government's Infor Information
mation Information Office.
The post had beenoffered to
newsman. George ? wesierman,
who reportedly refused to accept
Decause oi; otner commitments,
El Dla's Colon, correspondent
today complained .tnat inou
sands of dollars are leaving Co
ion weekly on, account of the
bingo- games held in the Canal
The correspondent said many
Colon, residents invest -appre
ciable sums of money"; every
Tuesday, and -.Friday In' bingo
game held In the ;Canai Zone..
b 'Finance Minister Ruben ? D.
CarW Iwwediattly flenlea.to
y report 01 a. nuge ciudm-
ulemeni in the government qa
: sine operating in Hotel El pan-
": Thai. mh7T.l-mnt WBS Tt-
Eorted today by the noon tabloid
a Hora( which said the cashier
and several persons engaged in
the operation 01 tne siot
chines were invplyed. a :, ;
Search For Vifo
EW YORK. May 4 (UP) -The
Investigation of the. Joseph
iRnr Lanza, narole case has
extended to Panama, the World
Telegram and Sun said today.
, investigators were informed,
according to the newspaper, that
Mrs. Ellen Lanza, wiie or tne
racketeer, once lived in Panama
and they are now checking air airline
line airline lists to see if she may have
Lanza had served seven apa a
half years of a sentence of sev-
to mteaa years lor extorting
was caroled in 1950 and is now
laccusea 01 naving vioiatea nis
parole by consorting with known
criminals. It is also alleged that
his parole was arranged through
a "political nx.v ? ', ;
Reef Subs 'Shadow
U.S. 6th Fleet i ;!
London Paper Says
LONDON' May 4 YupV-Ia Tn
don newspaper reported today that
at least five Russian sibmsrneg
"shadowing" the U.S. 6th Feet
A front-pajred "Daily MaQ" dis
patch from Beirut. Lebanon. id
that because of Soviet subs the 6th
Fleet "hss developed a "hunter
rroup' to keep track of unidcnti
submarines form i
part of a fleet, numberin possi possibly
bly possibly 20, stationed in th1 Mediter Mediterranean."
ranean." Mediterranean." the dispatch by Daily
Mail" cormpondent Ralph lturU
said. : ." -.'.-.
dredges on their normal work is
the -Great Lakv when they are
transferred to the South Cornwall
hnial Ta fill-- 10U -km tha
Vnew, larger VS. locks are in srv
The Paraiso is one of' three
4 let wtuca was ordered lor nse
(The twe othe.- dredges were the
WASHINGTON, May 4 (UP) Russia and Red China
have joined in a new propaganda drive aimed at stirrirtj 1
up trouble between the United States and Panama over
the Panama Canal, American officials said. .""v j."
Moscow radio, as overheard here, is telling listeners
in Mexico and Central America that .the recent U. 5.
military, exercises in the Panama area were "intended ta
frighten the people of; Panamel.f -' y
Red China's Peiping radio in separate broadcasts to
Europe makes the same charge; and states that the Pan-t
amd Canal belongs to the people of Panamd and not to ;
the United :$tbtes.:v;:"
The Communist campaign has!; been spurred by!
Egypt's seizure of the Suez Cana.;rpxr'
Communist propagandists charge that th4 United,
States is 'preparing for total occupation of Pan amd,'?
and regards itself as the ''lord anrj master of Panamfi,1
treating ; the" people i as i n f e rior v .vt;.: ; x ; .;
' American operations in the
Panama" canal Zone are gov governed
erned governed byv treaties with Panama
s(irnrt hi 10M..'10fi And lflSS.
mnited States to build, and oper-
ate. the. canals
There has been a running de debate"
bate" debate" for many years ; over ; the
question of sovereignty, over the
Canal Zone, however, and the
Communist propagandists con contend
tend contend the 1903 treaty. Is Illegal.'.:
Officials said Panama ,', un understands
derstands understands the real aim of the
Bed propaganda drive, They
, also noted that Moscow never
has raised the Panama t issue
, formally hi any international
t9rum,yirtfy:i,.y :.: f,
' But. they said Russia appart
ently feels it may be success successful
ful successful in causing the United States
trouble and embarrassment.
Panama currently 4s seeking
some increased benefits from
the 40-mile long, 10-mlle ; wide
Canal zone. ,-x-- -r' x-
Bills now nerore congress
would provide 'equal pay for Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians for equal work in the
Zone, and the return to Panama
of Canal Zone land valued at a-
Annual toll from canai oper
ations run x about $36,000,ooo
while expenses total about $21, $21,-nnn
nnn $21,-nnn nnn mar.: '. 4 t e ;,-
, Panama now receives an an-i
nulty payment of $l,30,ww an-
Cafcieria For BHS
.-' ,fteria creasing military outlays seemrl
The Proposed : contrst with the theme he re.t.
for Balboa High School wiU be tne( monta, u cf.
VWCouncil fieVto wh heToT. rePu-
next Wednesdsy. ; r ., v
Council president H. E. Town- . . -.
send said the meeting would be- MOVl OWCT II
gin at 7:30 p.m. en the second floor ",
of the Diablo Service- Center and pnI pe A In n CI
specificaUy urged residents of ,An. UNCi AVIUIiy
con, Balboa, Los ios and Piablo rf Cnnnru lcfr -and
parenU of aU Pacific side.Uir A-Onaiy ISlCS ?
school chUdren to aUend..s 1 : '
At the lsst comtiunitT meeting LONDON (UP) The Mayflower
Gov: Potter sUte there was a II poked along off the Canary U-
possibility that a jfetena could
be installed in ine nroposea new
ROTC budding but before it could ;
be Installed certain conditions un-
doubtedly would have to be agreed
At t . v.
The Paraiao arrived in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Tthm Hit 22 1914V undrr tow
nf Ijirknharh Line tut. after
27 day trip at se. During the) According to sh p a ag'nt, V
art cava of th Canal's ooera-iford and McKay, the fireg v
tion. when slides closed the Cutjvessel began the 12-day toww?
to navigatioa. the Paraito was one
nf th rirr3ff ttirnr.H ta fpttine
th ilirio rlrarMl. in its. lateriof the S.121 trj ship which
yearst it has been use1 for widen-! carrying s lead of soy aen
ing the Canal and for generalabled tne vfsL Repairs w.
maintenance work made in Galveston.
nuall?, and may want a larger
income from Canal operations. ..
Canal tolls have not been rais raised
ed raised since 1914 when the Canal
The rate fa still 90 cents a ton,
and the TJ.S.-run Panama Canal
Company ,; is still operating In
the .black.'; u'x y
Friends' Squawks i
' WASHINGTON" (UP)-Secretary
of Defense Charles E. Wilson fcas
come a long way In his thinking
about government upending since
he Suit being a captain of indus industry,
try, industry, snd Joined the cabinet.
" In Just about the only display of
anger he has shown newsmen in
almost iVt years here, Wuon
blurted out Thursday that bis rich
business friends give him a "pa n"
with their squawks about the big
federal budget. The millionaire 'x-
resident of the giant General ilot
rs Corp. said he was "disfjst "disfjst-ed."
ed." "disfjst-ed." !;;' ,-.- -. : ,m ;
Wilson's heated remarak were
at. the U.S. Chamber of
Commerce which claims there is
wasteful duplication and Inefficien Inefficiency
cy Inefficiency in military supply programs.
"My friends in the U.S. Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce," Wilson "said,
"they represent' some of ,'tno
ricest people in this country and
they have never been mora pros prosperous
perous prosperous and for them to squawk so
much about the budget gives me
Wilson's vigorous defense x in-
lands today, searcning tor a drsv-
me wiou trcu w
' Capt Alan A illiers radioel
Thursday night- that his rrpbca
illgllUI nu Lrrii . m i
Wina in in iius iw inrr
and was becalmed elf Falma. ai
island in the Canary group wst
I of Africa.
Oft Trip To Texas
'The British Tre-rvter Hoperanj
was towed out of ristobal yr'-'n
aday en routi to Gsfveston. Tet
to Texas .yeter-.ay at 1 p.m.
A fierce f re m the eng-ne r
f AGS TWO
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roasioN ncmncNTATivm joshua m. power, inc.
94 MADISON AVBi N YORK. 417 N. V.
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THE MAIL BOX
I SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
witch weTnever heard of. The
where and Wat tittle city or Victoria that claims more nuuwn nuuwn-tail
tail nuuwn-tail than any other city of Its size in the world, and a couple
,,.r.i" Vw. hit hard bv the overflow of the
th ravon factory doesnt float
raj material for our factory t
?2f- .LVr? si, i!o th. neoms
! The same river camp bchuus
J .... hooin mm apt. full and
W AW s-
sfarfs th Devil's Hlver.
r- 4.. l Tr-n ..
ta,'HSywK town;oa1 little WlaM
ffttfSwn. 6V last trip down that we saw a f me rice
rror. almost ready for harvest. If still In the field the loss wiu
f'wmwto where tthe tornajloeikat
wmu o ,. .ion winrinws wera broken and Joe
iSS?' tTtroVed Joe was born In the
canal Zone. While the flood
benent, lor n wm wuie w
"The situation In the Near
wants that new staw or joroan
oka as tnougn-no-onw
nJj miili n Ynrt.nnp nut
Tews, and dian't uve w tnjvf
wiiuld be rnumgito.puti iip.wlthmy Bignt
hekrinp tfo Looking for some visitors this' weekr, as sr. jwpw
K &tb&3d lomlrigthis .JM.PTO-
X v" 'COCOIJ QRAND PEDC
?f:x think It 'is a;aeadfur:sharwe; way ggl
mnnrtsu of the residential area of the 15th Naval District arc
being tt-Se? to S Mail V This
fcemoen the spirits .of: a harmless group of fun loving car Jock Jock-e
e Jock-e U best exPposed by comparing it with the -portsmanliket.
tltude taken toward such driving by the officials and residents
oUhe Navy's Cocoll houstag ea. m rf
" To those wno enjoy sucn owwut "!',' tn sn
children Dlaving In Uie streets while driving at .speeds up to 50
cAlLar!" p"iiKA. thruv you will find no signs in the
mph, try Cocoli for a
rv i ju.ii.. nviHr(n
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rrivide at least twice as-many children i In the streeU as toe
J5th Naval Pistrict A .lnTthnmoTt mMy ct
tnm blocks long or longer making jthem ideaUor the 6.45 a.m.
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thla5th Naval District are sincerely interested pr?IidiVgi?,elI
ntrit with too entertainment and would like: to. witness a
tviricaTBrogram. they should contact any Cocoll official or resi resident
dent resident for starting times, .dates, existing records, etc.
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By VICTOR RIESEL
UNITED NATIONS Of all
the wires which have boon pull,
ad behind the scenes hare, the
one which fascinate me moat
are those which hook this mod.
rnistie glass' Tower 1 of Babel
onto the radio and TV network.
For years I've followed a fight
by two unions for control of the
mechanical genius who oper operate
ate operate the UN's communications
system. '.ievf,:-,-f:-ssi,, ;v;j
That quarrel is almost over now.
But to understand it, is to under understand
stand understand it, is to understand the an-
gry feuding inside labor which will
make the headlines long after the
word "racket" is defined in the
language of the market place as
only a loud noise.
; Tnis story starts back in the For Forties
ties Forties when they began to wire this
glass house for sound so that .those
throwing verbsl stones at each
other could be heard as well as
seen. This wiring was handled by
the fabulous craftsmen of the AFt
International Brotherhood of Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Workers, hereinafter known
as the IBEW in this saga.'
These IBEW members were em employed
ployed employed by a contractor whose com company
pany company also signed with the UN to
operate Its physical radio and te television
levision television equipment. These broad-i
cast the Security Council and Gen Gen-t
t Gen-t Assembly peacemaking and
southing of troubles imported a a-cross
cross a-cross the East River. The' UN
doesn't deal directly with unions
so the contractor continued to hire
IBEW, engineers.,,-:. :
The IBEW men were happy,' but
not the members and leaders of
the rival CIO union known as the
National Assn. of Broadcast En
gineers and TechniciansNThis gave
tne vn a neaaacne. ine Atu en engineers
gineers engineers were members of the u-
Dion -dealing with the Columbia
Broadcasting System. The nabjst
CIO union was signed up with NBC
and abu networks. . : ,
' Cam a revolution tome place
or an Invasion and sharp, debate
in the UN itigh councils and
the UN .found that all the net
works wanted to newscast the
verbal gladiators facing each
other aerate the microphone-laden
tables of the world govern
hnuAS iT-s.; I
-t. ..... a .1
But tne old UU union, empioyea
by NBC and ABC, wouldn't handle I
broadcasts emanating from tne
UN because the UN equipment
was manned by ArL engineers.
And If a movie shot of the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings was handed to AFL engineers
on CBS, they would balk u the pic pictures
tures pictures were made by CIO people.
So the UN complained to the U.S.
eovernment. Harry Truman called
In fhii : Mim-ay. put the AFL and
VlU"aflemse(ves -were ieuuins up
on ton. So the engineers' feud roll
ed on and UN broadcasting frequently-
was blacked out. Once the
UN actually was picketed in this
Came the AFL-CIO merger ta
1955 and the IBEW and NABET
wera in the same house oi labor-
not exactly sharing rooms, but still
in the big lamiiyv',
About a year ago this little
known power battle came to a
head. CBS raised its engineers'
waees. This kind of thing is catch
ing. The UN engineers went to the
UN Budget Office, through its con
tractor, and said, we want more
money, too.. The UN said no. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, we want better service, they
Tha union complained to U. S
Labor Secretary Jim Mitchell He
cnoka to our UN Ambassador Hen
rv Cabot Lodee. and Lodge spoke
to Georee Meany. The AFL CIO
chief then assigned labor's radio
adviser. Morris novik. to tne joo,
and this one-man armistice mak mak-mr
mr mak-mr hmnoht the unions toeether and
the UN engineers got their raise.
Now they're working oui me ju
risdictional problem and when
the angry Israel gypuan aeoaie
burned up the wires, all the net-
.nrVi handled it- But this U JUSt
the beginning. Meany. must' now
lind time and develop ine wcniu-
ques to merge bou unions, ana
others in the same field, sucn as
the International Alliance 01 inea-
Uical Stage Employes.l I
Ta find the time na wui n
te Increese Ms work weak ta
eight days. But whan ho dees he
will be dealing with the mast
crushing problem Inside labor
hew t keep rival unions f rem
feuding and catching the public
and Industry In the middle oof
te mention labor's own rank-and-file..
It wont be tte raex inif
m,M mi nUt the AJTL-tlU
.nvtMnt dnea. it will be the rival
ry which now has. for example, a
small sheet metal workers union
,.in ti. Tjermit one air-conm-
tioning equipment minunuiu
sell in Kew iforx oecauao u
ers are members of the United
to Workers. Or where tn uoaoia-
terers unions finds .the Wu0' ;
.i.. tr-inm tn flreamse mattress
cover plant; or the powerful Con Construction
struction Construction Trades Teamsters com combine
bine combine feuding with Waller Reuther
ovef who will expand old plants,
w n.. H.mwerskiold thinks be
has troubles, let him look at George
Mesny's border aispuie.
' 'SaMtgissjlMVb I II -' I
1 ,. ' " " '4 "' ....
WASHINGTON fNEA) Secre
tary of State John Foster Dulles'
boast that 68 per cent of the A A-m.rlrin
m.rlrin A-m.rlrin ambassadors now serving
hrnad in career foreign service
officers puts things back about the
wav thev were when th Trunun
administration left town. y
- -When th
. ... .. 1 .A(. .U
trauon loos: over m
was a great to-do over cleaning
out tne state uepanment, kb-uuk
riH nf rareer dinlomats and ap
pointing 100 per cent red-blooded
businessmen to represent this
The bitter truth of this situation
today Is that the business types
haven't lasted. Of 15 top appoint appointments
ments appointments of noncareer ambassadors,
made by President Eisenhower in
his first year, only six are still -round.
Alii the others fell, by ; the
PRESIDENT EISENHOW I II
told his press conference that it
was necessary to appoint rich peo people
ple people to some ambassadorships, be because
cause because career diplomats couldn't af afford
ford afford to keep up the necessary so social
cial social front on their government sa salaries..
laries.. salaries.. v
' What the President did not spell
out was that in nearly every case,
the rich men he appointed also
were on the record with fat contri-
Walter Wmchell In
... ...... : v,
There la no ce"aie: fire In -the
Critics' War. A Satevepost guided-
missue scorns them as dicutors
while a Harper's essay comes to
their defense. The defense Is au authored
thored authored by a non-objective authori
ty. Walter Kerr, the critic. .Tne
capacity trade snows nave Dwin Dwindled
dled Dwindled to a trio "Auntie Money,"
Golden Bells Are Ringing" and
Mr Fair Mint" . .Mr. Presley
has something to Dip his hips a-
bout: His tour netted $30,000
dayl. .The top startler in the cir circus:
cus: circus: The man who jumps up
steps on his hesd. .The Eugene
O'Neill trend has spread to Holly
wood. His "Desire Under the
Elms" wUl be filmed. .1957 is ra radio's
dio's radio's top bonanza. Biggest year
(financially in Us history. .From
a N. Y. Times movie revies: "One
seduction its history- -From a N.
Y. Times movie review: "One se seduction
duction seduction scene after another gets
nretty dull to watch nd oi
V. 4 - .:
Tab Hunter has derived more
Innt from his "Younf Love plat
Au-jter than he earned during his en-
tire acting career. .Some years
tea. a aichUneal auditioned tor
two big name bands. She was re rejected.
jected. rejected. She then managed to se
cure a singing )oo on ue raaio.
After the first week she wss fir fired.
ed. fired. Dinah Shore. .What success
means te Tony Curtis: He hss a
swimminc DooL a collection of,
French abstract paintings and a
telescope with a 1-inch reflector.
, X stui g dept: The medico ia the
movie version of "The Last An Angry
gry Angry Man" best -seller would be aa
Oscar-winner for Paul Muni.
The Sat Review recalls another
Chris Morley swifly-mfty: WHat
peace needs is a good singing
commercial. . Anita Ekberfs
tin ta EraiiT Post: I tr tone
node bathing, nut eniyaiaperiy
vitk close friends." (Ob.)
The McGuIre Katere art their
familiar bit click at the Desert
Inn (Ve(ss), of l top-fUfbt
giruricsls in town. .V! twite Prooer
and NicfcT CasUe's prwlBCtKfl at
the Tmpicana is Big T.me Broad-
stars Eddie fa. ber at lit
ThoseiWerethe,GoodOldf Jy$" (
By PETER EDSOM
butions to the Republican party,
Donations have ranged from 11,000
to 148,000, with an average of o
ver $14,000 and a total of over
$240,000 for 17 ambassadors.
The only exceptions have been
in" eight other appointments for
political lame ducks who needed
jobs or promotions for officials
who had served the administration
in other capacities. :.
IN MOST CASES these political politically
ly politically appointed ambassadors tire of
their jobs after a time and bow
out, leaving the pick-and shovel
career diplomats to clean up the
pieces and carry on.
This is the record then of the
Eolitical fat cat appointees to am am-assadorships,
assadorships, am-assadorships, and of their nfts
totheGOPl 4 i
. .Belgium Fred M. Alger of Mich'
igan ($1,500) replaced oy j. cm cm-ford
ford cm-ford Folger, GOP iinance chair chairman
man chairman (with Mrs. Folger, $29,500).
Brazil James S. Kemper ($3, ($3,-:;;)
:;;) ($3,-:;;) replaced by career ambsssa ambsssa-dor
dor ambsssa-dor Elhs O. Bnggs.
Canada R. Douglas Stewart
($11,500) replaced by former As
sistant Secretary of State Libing Libing-Ston
Ston Libing-Ston Merchant, a career man.
Cuba Arthur Gardner ($1,000)
, France C Douglas Dillon (with
very best. Gordon Jenkins did th'S
exciting score anl Earl Barton's
choreaography adds to the show
business magic. -Elaine Dunn
and Tvbee Afra are two of the
most exciting- personalities. These
girls are on Their way.
' Besley Crewther's interesting
book. "The Lion's Shore", (e hi,
tery of MOM), is crammed with
fascinating trivia. Frixample,
the first words' Intoned en t h e
screen by Carbe; "A viskey for
me, kid end don't be stingy".
. Jkdd hard-te believe skcwps:
Newsweek report that radie-TV
critic Jack Ceuld keeps sate go going
ing going at the same time. .Tony
Parkins was an unknown 21
months oge. .Although the top
discs are sailing millions, t h e
record We Is generally sig-iag-gy.
. .Latest In the aerie of
show bis confessions is Judy
Garland's in McCall's. Miss Car Car-land
land Car-land declares she fait "homeless
end a wanderer" until she open
. ed at the Palace. A sarias of
failures convinced her that "no "nobody
body "nobody wanted me."
Ella Katan, a brave man, bold
ly comes out in favor of critics.
He is Quoted in a mag: "Critics
are exposed to so much tripe that
Uiey're tncunea u go overooara
when something halfway decent
comes along. They're a fine buncj
of men who are eenuinely concern
ed with the theatre." Only entics!
will agree with Kazan s estimate
of critics. .Variety's story about
Ava Gardner's snub of the press
demonstrates bow to destroy a ca career
reer career On. rtl the best shows is
offered by Esquire's pages of,
Tins Louise and ber natural as-
.ets. .Perry Como explained why
he's a nappy man: "Ive always
had all the things money caa
buy." Moral: If you're hsppy
you're tbe rich est maa ia the
Mike Told Is now fTodoHrg a
movie sboot a mtme. It will o-
t.,i km -ArMBut the Wnrld In so
Lays" wss produced. Toda Is
probably the oniy maa whoU make
a mint on a trailer. .new uirt
in Town." the new musical star
ring Gwee Ver don. was estimated
tf Vsnety's New Haven apprsiaer'of me."
r j --
Mrs. Dillon, $21,506) replaced by
Amory Houghton ($6,000).
Honduras Whiting Willauer ($2,
500) appointed in 1954.
Italy Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce
(with Mr. Luce, $48,500) replaced
by John D, ZeUerbach (witn Mrs.
LUXEMBOUR O -Wiley ha Buc
etaoin shrdlu i-f k.--. .,
LUXEMBOURG -Wiley Bucha Buchanan
nan Buchanan ($1,000). now chief of protocol.
: Norway Corrin Strong ($22,50
replaced by career ambassador
Frances Willis 1
Pakistan Ex-Gov. Horace Hil Hil-dreth
dreth Hil-dreth of Maine ($1,000) still there.
' Portui al M Ronert Gusnren-
iheim ($14,000) replaced by career
jamoassaaor James w n. son
11. Switier land Ambassador Willis
preplaeed byv Henry J. Taylor,
whose political contributions, u
any, are unrevealedw v
Thailand William J. Donovan
($12,000) replaced by career, am
bassador Max W. Bishop.
Uruguay Jefferson Patterson,
who retired from foreign service
in 1950 (with Mrs. Patterson ,$34,-
United Kingdom Winthrop W.
Aldrich ($2,000) replaced by John
Hay Whitney (with Mrs Whitney,
ss "s three-base hit" .Add sas
sy song titles: "Yes, Tonight, Jo-
sepmne .' -. several movie mags
are giving circulation to. the de debunked
bunked debunked item concerning Ingrid'i
daughter in the U. S. expressing
dislike for her mother... .The "12
Angry Men" flicker, a provocative
study of jury in action-, reminds
you of an old French movie titled
"Justice Is Done" . .Despite Ma
rilyn's denials, Modern 'Screen in
sists she s the-snape-of-things to
come. The source: An obstetri obstetrician's
cian's obstetrician's nurse. ,'
Playwright Tennessee Wil Wil-Hams
Hams Wil-Hams describes the sinful "Or.
heus Descending" as fan. erne
tional record of my youth."
Geo whlx. . Shirley Booth will
will portray e 71-yoor-old in her
forthcoming play, "Mis Isobar
. . Sinatra he the rosiest fu future.
ture. future. Per the next three years,
his income will average $4 mil
lion annually. . Bolafente's
next big-eeller will be e iaxz el
bum. . Audrey Hepburn has
nothing but talent. She is en ec
cemplished pianist. . Deborah
Kerr launched her career with
the Sedlers Walls ballot troupe
. . Success is like this: After
Brando clicked, he was afflicted
with intense headaches. Psychia Psychiatric
tric Psychiatric therapy finally cured him.
. .In an interview with Gilbert
Miilstoin, Bert Lahe. aptly nut nut-Helled
Helled nut-Helled the terror of tv; "on
toieviaiorv three quarters f
Hon eees you and if yew at ink
twice, yew' re through."
Alf rflrchcocb recently sh4 100
with this diet: Steak aoo
no biker. . Dore Scharay, the
former MGM chief, writes ia a
mag that be wss fired for "being
aa erxhead and Democrat.'' Ho
contends that it's dangerous bisf
pro-Demo hi MovievUie. Bank. Dsr Dsr-ryl
ryl Dsr-ryl Zanock's career wssnl damsg damsg-ed
ed damsg-ed by producing a film in praise
of a Democrst named Wrxvlrew
WUson...Tbe Encyekrpedia Bnua Bnua-niea
niea Bnua-niea devotes a separate article to
MickeT Mowe. .Liien to Tony
Msrtin's "Look et 'er" platter sd
er.wy. lw RJ"e u rrora u- w
Gui in Town score. . J a y a e
Mannfieid baby-stared: "I csnt un understand
derstand understand bow putting en a bt'J-.irt
miit msde ever j one make aa ssock
WASHINGTON Astute Demo.
cratic Sen. Sam Ervin.- the North
Carolina ex-judge, has been doing
one' of the calmest, most cour
teous, most effective jobs of legis
lative fiUGustering m some years
Southern senators nave given mm
the job of stalling the CivU Rights
bill antl he is doing it.
For- approximately four weeks,
Senator Ervin hs been telling his
colleagues about the tyrannical
tactics of King George II and ias
refusal of trial bv iurv. -'
He has done this in closed door
executive Hearings of tne senate
Judiciary Committee which: the
nubile cannot attend.-and he h;s
done it until other Senators know
the history of King George, III by
Closed-door Judiciary meetings
basin it 10:30 a.m. A few routine
business details are finished. Then
Ervin takes over. For morevthan
an hour, be talk about George IH
and the right of jury trial. He
wanta the rieht of trial bv Jury to
be included in the Civil Rights bill
in case a violator of Negro voting
rishts is cited for contempt of
, Republicans who are supposed to
nush the Civil Rishts bill end who
have msde quite a show of wooing
Negro votes, sit ana listen. -Some
of them,, like Sen.: Watluns
of Utah, fidget and look unhappy.
But they don't interrupt.
Finally, as the hands of the
clock resch 12 noon, Sen. E a s t-l
land of Mississippi raps the gavel.
"This committee has no autnon-
ty to sit while the Senste is in
session," he announces, and the
hearines on ci rights are .ad
journed. Sam Ervin' has won an
other week s oeiay.
The other dav. Sam asked for
more time because he said his kid
ney wss acting up ana no wasni
"Wei.. I've beard all aoout &ing
Geome HI and jury trials," re
marked Sen. Matt Neely of West
Virginia, "but this is the first time
I've heard about kidneys.
On another occasion when Sen,
Tom Hennings of Missouri, "the
Democrat who is chiefly pushing
Civil Rights, met Ervvin, he twit
"Sam. I was reading Winston
Churchill and what he said about
King George. He described King
George as a courageous monarch
but a little stubborn, l nope you re
not following in King George's foot footsteps,"
HAOERTY'S p.R. TECHNIQUE
Newsmen who watch 3im Hsfier-
tv onerate continue to be full of
admiration for the nublic relational
news in nasmuBiou, miugi u w
Augusta to be sprung at the right
It keens newsmen happy who
have little to write about except
Georzia sunshme. It also makes
the nubuc tnuik ue u noma a iui
of business on bis vacation
Haeertv. for Instance, announc
ed the appointment of three ambas
sadors on tne urst.qay ue arriv arrived
ed arrived in Aunuata. i
stu-ies on their aopointraeni naa
been front paged in Washington
newspapers two weeks before, .fiv-,
ervone knew that Bob Hill was go
ing to 4ixico, rrancis wmie io
Sweden, and John Cabot to. Colom Colombia.
bia. Colombia. .- r- -.-v :
But tha official announcement
from Aususta was front-paged all
over asain. and made it look as if
the President was making big de
cisions before going out ... on tne
golf course. A. ... : -;'
Ten dsva would elapse before
the ambassador names could be
sent to Congress, but Hsgerty,
who knows his public relations,
chose the AugusU vacation for the
Later Hsgerty oroppea wora mat
Secretary of Labor Jim Mitcneu
wit romina to Aueusta to uiseuss
law nroteetinc lanor weuare
funds. This made headlines too
But the law already naa rein
introduced last January, hat been
endorsed-by the AFL-CIO, and is
almost sure to pass.
MMe Significantly, chief Opposi
tion tn this bill comes from insur
ance and banking groups, ine taw
- Uirmi t4 mind tj tivm botiness thit'g
would require all welfare' funds to V
register fees, interest rates, and
management data with the Secure
ities and Exchange Commission.
Some insurance groups have
leaders to get their business. Reg Registration
istration Registration with the SEC would make)
kickbacks difficult.' Hence the op
WHO RULES CONGRESS?'
The general public doesn't rea-,
lize it, but three states hold the 1
whip hand when it comes to in influencing
fluencing influencing Congress Texas, Mas
sachusetts and Georgia.
. This results from the power of
certain personalities and congres congressional
sional congressional committees; the fact that
the leaders of the House and Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, Speaker Rayburn and J 'Sen.
Lyndon Johnson, are botn .trom
Texas; the fact that Democratic
leader John McCormack and GOP
leader Joe Martin are both from
Massachusetts; and that the two
Armed Services chairmen, S e n.
Dick Russell and Congressman
Carl Vinson, are both from Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. ,
This does not mean that, t h i s
group can always sway Congress,
or tries to. But they can be ex extremely
tremely extremely powerful. ,'.'''.
When Rayburn and Johnson want
to pass a natural gas bill aiding
Texas oil-gas men, they can do it.
Neither Martin nor McCormack
of Massachusetts is enthusiastic a-
bout a school bill, and it isn't
making much progress. .
And as for Russell and Vinson
of the Armed Services Commit'
tees, they probably shape milita military
ry military policy as much as the-Secreta
ry of Defense,
This is because the two Georgia
legislators have been in Congress
a quarter of a century, while the
secretary of Defense usually holds
office for four years or less: '
Vinson," for instance,' is almost
solely responsible for the fact that'
the Navy is building large airplane
carriers. If it were not for him. we
wouldn't x be building them. i
' An earlier Secretary of Defense;
Louis Johnson, decided against the
big carriers, ruled that many-'
small rarripri warai hattar than a
few big ones But Vinson, who'
rules the House Armed Services f
Committee with an iron hand, de-'
WHO RULES DEFENSE?.
What the public also doesn't re realize
alize realize is the power of the. Armed
Services Committees and the fact
that 24 states out of the 48 sre not
represented on the House Commit-
tee. .n?t;-A.:.'--.'-':ii .,-."vrT', 1
Defense? today is the biggest busi
ncss oi ine nauon. aosoros 60
cent -M- every tax dollar collects
representation on the House Arm-i
ea services committee which helps
establish basic defense policy; and
authorizes defense funds. :
This is btcaue several stateft
have more than one member on
this key committee: Pennsylvania t
and Californ'a have four ue h,
while, Louisiana, North farolina,
aiassacnusens, incw xork, Mary
land and Illinois have two each.
The states which have no repre representation
sentation representation and no voice in defease
policies are: Arizona, Arkansis, A
Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Kan-.
as, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Ne Nebraska.
braska. Nebraska. Nevada, New Hampshire.
new Mexico, iMorta Dakota, Rhode
island, south Dakota, Utah,- Ver-
mont, Washington,, West Virginia -and
Note 1 The House and Senate
Armed Services Committees are so 7
powerful that the Army. Navy, and
Air Force lean over backward tou.
please chairmen Russell and Vin-
son. That s one reason so many
military establishments are locat located
ed located in Georgia. ..
ai w aw m uv t v bwbsbi uwvvui-
mittees of the House Armed Serv
rvrtrei i noa nvsi TViTeinr iiiruiAm.
ices Committee are all headed by
Southerners. One of the most po-
tent is the Military Investigating
Committee headed by Congress Congressman
man Congressman Eddie Hebert of Louisiana.
ex-editor of th New Orleans
States, who helped break the old
Huey Long machine in Louisiana.
Another potent suDcnairman is
Mendel Rivers of .South Carolina, -;.
whose Real .Estate Committee
must OK every piece of property
bought or sold by the military. f
SATURDAY, MAT 4, 1957
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
1 TV ',1
tuerza v luz lo. o
RffrPariama Campaign In US
Panama, its products, resources
an opportunities for investment;
will be featured in publicity cam campaign
paign campaign in the United States financ
ed by .Compania Panamefia de
The announcement was made by
merlcan and Foreign Co., Fuerza
y Luz's parents company, during
a can on president Ernesto ae la
Guardia, Jr.f yesterday. r
J ft- .: i V '1' 'J 'V
v largent told the- President that
Be and his company are interested
in the economic development of
Latin American countries, particu
larly through- the investment' of
new capital, v.. -
- Sargent said Fuerza y Luz will
. sponsor, next. year an exhibit of
Panamanian products, resources
, and investment possibilities. The
exhibit will be set up in the Inter International
national International Trade Mart in New Or-
House Groi'p Okays;
01 PcuIIiy Meal !;
WASHINGTON (UP) The
House Agriculture Committee to
day approved a bill to- provide
mandatory federal inspection of
,,w ;';"-' "i-
Similar' legislation passed the
Senate last month, Final congres congressional
sional congressional approval now seems as assured.
sured. assured. 1 1
The new insDectran controls aver
poultry processors would be simi-1
i Ui to those imposed 51 years ago
on meat packers. The' program
; would cost an estimated 10 million
dollars a year. '-!
The legislation -would require
tne Agriculture- Department to in inspect
spect inspect for wholesomeness bird-by
bird almost all ready-to-cook
poultry crossing "state lines.' The
only major exception would be
small producer processors who
sell directly to consumers poultry
which they raise.
. j r I v
Infrntat movement ti glaneh
tered poultry 'which has not beenr Foreign Power system are citizens
viscerated for sale on a ready oi me countries in wnicn we oper
to-eook basis would be restricted.
But the legislation would not af affect
fect affect shipments of live birds.
1"'- .'. 1 1 11 1 ,w
HENRY B .SARGENT
leans and Will be followed bv fa
States wide advertising campaign
featuring Panama, "v
Present at the meeting between
President de la Guardia and Sar Sargent
gent Sargent were Foreign Minister Aquili
no Boyd and Tom Oglesby, Fuerza
Jr Luz manager. "i
i s ' .v "' 1
' Earlier id the da v.' Sargent ad
dressed the accounting seminar-' of
the associated companies of toe
American and Foreign Power Co.
at the Hotel El Panama He told
11 : 1 ... .1 : :. 1
."We've' got to have an under
standing on the part of the people
tnat we serve to. the tact tnat we
as -much as anyone else and may
be more than a lot of other people
want to see the economic life in
the countries in which we operate
improved, and the standard of liv
" He also stressed the employ
ment of nationals by the eleven
companies in Latin America as
sociated with American and For
"At the present time," he said,
'.'over 99 oer cent of all the Deonle
who work in the American n d
ate. More and more of our top su supervisors
pervisors supervisors are coming from the ci ci-tizems
tizems ci-tizems of the countries in --. which
House Refuses toWoie Funds
For Fcd2ral Flood Insurance
! WASHINGTON. May 4 CUP)
The economy bent House Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations Committee refused today
to vote any funds for the new fed-
erai uuuu uisiuauve yrv&mui au authorized
thorized authorized by Congress last year-;
The chief of the new Federal
Flood Indemnity Administration.
Frank J. Meistrell, promptly ?said
the action if upheld by congress
would force flood victims .to
"rely solely on relief measures
- President Eisenhower had asked
Congress to provide 50 million dol
lars .to get ine program stanea.
But the committee members, who
met behind closed wjtv. voted 19
to 14 to deny the request. '4
' It said plans for the program
-were '"too indefinite and costly;
and ordered Meistrell' s agency to
use 1325,000 It already has avail available
able available to develop a "more work workable'
able' workable' program, -v
Meistrell retorted m a 'statement
that the "best insurance'! 'experts
in. and out of government, helped
develop the insurance plan, and
"all are of the opinion that it is
a ; workable program, urgently
He said. the program) which
would be operated in cooperation
with ..private insurance ..firms,
would ""make the benefits of self-
protection available at reasonable
rates to nome owners and small
business1 men whom the law .' was
intended to help." : ;
-'WVare hooefuL" Meistrell add.
ed, "that the Congress will recog
nize the urgency of affordinc the
American people ameasureof
asters. rather than havine them
rely solely on relief measures and
His. statement indicated the ad
ministration-would wage a battle
to salvage the insurance program
on toe House floor and in the sen
ate.' The Appropriations Commit
tee refused to compromise. i
A motion by Rep. Edward P.
Boland (D-Mass) to restore U
million del art : of the funds was
defeated, 19 to 14. Rep. Gordon
Canfield (R-NJ), who supported
tne motion, said tne esect of the
vote "was to repeal the flood In
surance law the Congress enacted
last year.'.';. ";;-,....':.
The committee acted in approv approving
ing approving a 79,840,T88 emergency mon
ey bill to finance a number of
sovernment functions until the
end of this fiscal year.. The total
was' 4 ner cent Jes than he
President had asked.
. --- -
we operate. And we" have a tremendous-
challenge in that come
197d, when some of the orojection
that have been made indicate that
we are going to need 86,0uo people
and of the 32.000 we have work-
in sr for us now only about 5000 will
still be with us. which means that
we have to bring into our overall
system lor the next twenty-years
somewhere around 80,000 new peo
ple. II you think, that is not a chal challenge
lenge challenge and also an opportunity, I
think you are mistaken."
Summarizing the objectives of
the associated companies, of iA-
merican and Foreign Power ,(. Sar
' "Let's produce a better product
and geMt to the customer at less
cost. Let's be sure that we have
the proper kind of-facilities in on
time, Let s have a sales program
and an economic development pro program
gram program designed to work for the
growth and development and wel
fare of the community in which we
live. Let's be sure tnat we main maintain
tain maintain the integrity of (he capital
wnicn is invested in our compa companies
nies companies and see tnat. it makes a lair
return. And above all let's be able
to attract to us .the kind of people
that we want to work for usand to
train them and assign thenv res responsibilities
ponsibilities responsibilities and authority so they
can help us do the job which so
much 'needs to be done." '
Sargent is- returning to New
York City after attending the de dedication
dication dedication of Brazil's newest hydro hydroelectric
electric hydroelectric plant, ."Peixoto," whicV
was recently completed for tin
Brazilian associate of American
and foreign rower Company, j
For Swiped Lawn
EASTBOURNE," En?land, May
4 (UPJ Citv authorities recom
mended today that Albert Bartnol Bartnol-omew
omew Bartnol-omew be. billed, $28 for the lawn
he took ; with: him when he moved
from his Eastbourne home. -
Neighbors protested last week
when Bartholomew, moving out of
a house owned by the Town Coun Council,
cil, Council, sliced up his carefully, tended
lawn and had it loaded into a mov moving
ing moving van with-his furniture, i
, Bartholomew' nurtured, the gras grassy
sy grassy htwn himself and said he con considered
sidered considered it -his own property 'even
though the land belonged to East Eastbourne.
bourne. Eastbourne. But town clerk Francis- Busby
ruled that "anything affixed to the
soil becomes the property of the
owner." ; - r-'C
In ruling that Bartholomew be
billed for the portable lawn, the
authorized! the .town clerk to take
leeal action if necessary to recov
er the cost ef a new Jawn.. i I
DIC THAT CRAZY BOOKEND! Thafs'a real live elephant
Screen Star William-Holdeq is cozyng- up with while on loca location
tion location near Colombo, Ceylon, for the movie "The Bridge on the.
Rivet Kwai." Maybe the big tellow.is whispering. a request
for an autograph.
SC- Christian not only" knows aiout
' Christ, hut helieves in $im
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS. C.t Z,
9:30 a.m. BIBLE SCHOOC(Class, fo alf ages)
' The proper' teachlpg of the Word of God not only
Imparts Scripture knowledge, but calls for a.de--,
. cisiori based upon that' knowledge- That decision
wljl change the life; and give a new spirit. In the
; Bible it is called conversion ior ; the, new birth;
. You'll find that, challenge in our Sunday 'School
and Church. '","'-1 -' ;
10:40 a.m.--REPORT of GRAHAM. CRUSADE
Rev. KENNETH StRACHAN
Senior Girl Scouts -.
Hold Awards Court
At Loader's Homo
Senior Girl Scout Troop 88 of
New Cristobal held a "Court of A A-wards"
wards" A-wards" last Tuesday at the home
of their leader, Mrs. R E. Cox.
The "Court" opened with a flag
ceremony conducted by M a r y
Louise Washabaugh. j
. The secretary's report was read
by Darien Dietz and the trea treasurer's
surer's treasurer's report was given by Carol
Flenniken.. Tentative plans were
made for the future, v ".
Carol Flenniken was presented
with her ten year pin in recogni recognition
tion recognition of her continuous membership
The following seniors received
their five point pins: Eileen Cox,
Darien Dietz, Carol Flenniken, Ru Ruby
by Ruby Hall and Carolyn McGann,
Program aide bars were pre
sented to Beth Bialkowski,, Karen
Coate, Carolyn McGann, Jean
seaman, juueen coxtf Kathleen Cox
uaricn uietz, Ruby Hall, and Ka Katie
tie Katie O'Brien, ; ;
Child care aide bars were pre presented
sented presented to Eileen Cox, Darien Dietz,
Carol Flenniken,; Patricia Lawson,
Carolyn McGann, Carol Seaman
and Mary Louise Washabaugh.
uorary aide bar was presented
to uanen uietz.
At this time, Mrs. Rita Washa Washabaugh
baugh Washabaugh presented Mr. and Mrs. Cox
with a gift from the troop.
The 'Court of Awards' was clos
ed with guests and members tak
ing part in the Scout vesper song.
ugnt rerresnments were served.
No. J8-59 Central Aje." ;
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Visit this Store &nd you will be convinced of our;
Low Prices and and all assortment Item .for
MEN "LADIES CHILDREN ;
' and for your HOME.
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CM MEET lOUIl NEEDS
Only the Almighty Son of God Is"
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LET CHRIST HAVE A CIIAME
f JO-SUNDAY SCHOOL (a class for every aje)
"Where the Bible U the foundation ttone. 10 cf S Amer American
ican American ehnrchet began u Sunday School. Our emphasis
r her is the Sundae School in learning and action,"
I j :0O-TiUMAN SW AND DCVKE GRACE"",: h
. 3; Sermon Xo. 2 in the book of Romans,
HJ YOUTH AND ADULT, FELLOWSHIPS l:
i 1 (fTade 4 and up) '-': i
Dr. Ken Strachen, Director of Latin American Mission to
report of the Bill Graham Cnuade. Dont Jail to cornel
J:oi-WHATTHE BIBLE TEACHES
1 i ABOUT HELLW W '""V -,:
Whert are the vicXed dead no? Did Christ ever po to keU?
f IfAai ii HadesT Is there consciousness tn heUT
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fasfciM ia drinks in tbe werkTs leatiig leatiig-.'eitiee.
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i ,.M ii, ,i, .iMrirrl-- ,
Continues by Popular Request!
'. ITALIAN CERAMICS
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; BAVARIAN 98 pc. DINNER SETS
VASES, SMOKING SETS,
MURANO CRYSTAL VASES,
ASH TRAYS, FIGURINES
.AFTER DINNER COFFEE SETS
. ITALIAN SOLID BRASS
hlji STYLIZED COFFEE SERVICES
gifts galore throughout the store
TEA WAGONS OF
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' v She furniture r B(ome cfurnishtrKj St
'4th of July Ave. and "IT St Entrance s BOTH OPEN TeL 2
PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE AVA1LAD!
tBS MNAMA' AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY. 'NEWSPAFEt
SATURDAY, MAT- 1SST.
$ and Otk
Hum tf'CnffmnU, Wurriagtt,
4nJ. Jrtvtf' ihtuU' it
-2.074f Llm 9,00.
j tub pM ff' iMliwww fai tlih
,cliiinit- (ImuIA' h Hibmtt(4 ilk
typerwrittMt- tw miM-1
tha ba mtmbar iMtad- oaiir i 'S-'
cial Othawiii"" or Mbnni-
1 mtliiigi nm bp- ctptj kV.
taltpJiaifav -'-v :,'v ''.
Seciatr Maat Tuatdav -
Hie May meetina of the Ith
miad Historical- Society 'vyiH- be
held-n the- Library oi the- Balboa,
Ulgtt School- at 7i3 p.fflu Tuesday.
Twd- tooics' wM come ud for.;, dis
cussion. The first; custom- a n H
posts, wilt b dlBoussed- btf Crede
second, Canal Zone stamps, by
.I1ul0a.HI T.tL 'atvJmiin. Rl Atinii-nf
offices' fit the' coming-year wilTI
pe neia. au meetings oi me socie-
ZONE' FJBST tADT AND HOSTESS Mrs. William E, Potter,
wife of the Governor, of the Canal Zone, Is shouyn with' Dona
Dora A. de Arias atft cocfctall party, given, at the latter'g, hdrne
recently. ' '
RfRS. X PAIMEft SMITH IH ENTERTAINED
A.' DESPEDIDA, TEA, IN DIABLO HEIGHTS.
Mrs. Elmer G. Abbott and Mrs, David Xerkes o, Diabty
Heights were co-hostesses yesterday afternoon" at m eharnt.
: Inf desnedida. tea given in Mrs. Abbott's-home, In Honor; of
Mrs. J, Palmer Smith III. ':
- Mr. and Mrs. 1 Smith are leaving the Isthmus, soon to
' maae ineir noipo, riuiw11 hwhhhu
Tuesday. Bridge Club'
Mrs; CT. Carter Orr -oft Balboa
will be.euest of honor on; May 7
t- lunrhpon H ba hel in th e
Garden Room at the aivoui unesqsiy wjiit large onmonas at eaon
limise. Hostesses for the occasion
vtll be, members. Qt th& Tuesday,
I-ridge Cluh- ". i" i.
Wife Of. Italian Envoy
Entertains Mrs, Dosandre
Mrs; Rlcafdol Moseatl, wife? J
the Italian Ambassador to Panama,
entertained at morning, coffee
recently at the Embassy: Xjesi Xjesi-tiice:
tiice: Xjesi-tiice: Guest of honor was Mrs.
Antonio Rosset Desandre, ; wife, ollthree quarter, length cloves'
vthe Italian Ambassador to ta aai aai-.
. aai-. vador. who is the house guest of
1 the Moscatis. r
f -ft j t
ed a stunning eveninftf sown.
silver lamas over-caned, with, lace
and, studded4 with rhinekones. Set
off. at the. neckline by a-diamondi
erosas with, emeralds set in relief:
end. The diamond watch w i t h
graduated diamond bracelet
caught the. eyes of many on-look
ers with reason the designs were
modero, with fire, ahdj beguty to
befit A -queeh. V ; -.
Mr Jorge Angelini'. stopfied. the)
snow lot. a ume witu ai yeuow
linen, afternoon dress emhroiderelj
arounn, uie low neciuine, witn. wniie
La., to. attend; tha grajduation of
their daughec Ithcrincwba WilJ
receive her 3. A. decree, from
Southwestern, Louisiana. Instituted
May 2o "
l,aterrithex will motor t Oregon
nil -TUfl.m V. : tJ
Leaves Fpr. New Post "
Peruvian. Ambassador,, to Pana
ma German, Aramburu, Lecarqs:
accompgnied. by Mrs. Aramburd
and7 their, daughters Cilda and
Matceia, left by. nlane Wednesday
'afternoon for Mexico where, he wiU
4-.u".. 1.1. ,.."w,"- .....
Cristobal Woman's Club,:'
Holds Soring, Luncheon
The Cristobal Woman's Club held
its annual spring, luncheon at the
Hotel Washingotn on' Saturday;
Fol'-jwing the President's f Report;
the installation o( officers for the
19S7-54 chibt year; took place. 1 Lo
gan, presented the President's put
and save!' to Mrs. W. L. Brooke
the new president: Other new offiJ
cers lmroducedi were: First vice.-
presjdent, Mrs, 1A T. McCleUand,
Second vice-president, Mrs. A. H
Wilrter winnlin -airttarv. Mri
t R li. Koenig, corresponding sec
retary Mrs; H. W., Duncan and'
treasurer. Mr W. VK Patton.
Mrs. Bt'-al then, announced her,
committee chairman:. Social Mr
A. I.. Mcu-air,, Program, r &
George Rota,' Philanthropy, Mrs;
R. A. ADlan and Mrs; P. Francey,
finance. Mrs. M. F. Dunn and)
MrsJ ; .! J. Henriouei. f riendshin.
Mrs. George Wertz, Auditing, Mrt
J. F. Meehan, Civic Uatson otfv
cert;Mrs: R. W. Rnbelli, Musid,
MrsiPK m Purvis, jr., Hisionan:
Mrs; : Vf. K GradJP and, Publicity.
RECEIVING HARTR, Mrs, June,- Sheipa, president, -o'
the Wary Wives1, Club, Bf11,11 ,16, receives; the; firstcharterji oi
the cocq Solo, Club, from. Capt J. a Craig,-.- A coclctUl' party
followed the presentation. 1 -' V
( I MutkMtWtF
Busy Clubwoman May
De Westing Tistic
M. HA. I1UL KUllla. Ul . llulliw Sa, BUIS1C IVL-i UlVUi lulu ajtsv-fs MJLP A M MASS
of be on a. single committee! for their friends, too little time fo
. t -v..:. : -j- j... a1
t yepr. i VP, aueaaj, passeu, ipej uicmseivcs, v
I along," ,-Jj : Ana-, when- they: stop to take a
waid, white hat, bag, shoes and Mrs, M Purvis, and Mrs
j Katie Raid Depart
id Mrs. B.
d Stateside Holiday
" Mrs. William W. Keid of Diawo
Heiehts left by plane last Tuesday.
evening for a holiday in the Unit
ed: States. Mrs. Reid will enjoy
her month, of-vacation in Washing
Mrs. Humphreys Entartaint
YMt Smorgasbord Luncheon
Mrs. W. Fritz Humphreys enter entertained
tained entertained severaj members; of tfte.
isuimiaa xyiusses- AsooiauoM yes-
taa.y,.at ner home in Colon with
a smorgssDorOf mncneon.
Those enjoying the Scandinavian
.cnines were: Ajrs. 'estex. Hummel,
Xft. EmmevArgo, Mrs. T. (i. He
. lilian.' Mrs. Thomas Sellers. Mrs.
Eugene Gregg, juts. Christian
Skeie aDd. Mrs; Richard Koperskl
Star In Fashion' Show
' lions have always been kings of
the jungle, but yesterday the Laos
esses of Panama, again o r o v e-d
themselves the, queens, of civilizaJ
tton witn'tneir Fashion Show at
the Panama Golf, Club. It was one
i, a the successes of the year and
was organized by Mrs. Marie
' Ester de Abilis and Mrs. Nena de
JMbnzo, with Mrs. Nena de Mar-
jiipz fashion co-ordinator. -The
well trained models could
IkJd a very high place among-the!
professionals of any country with
their carriage and well proportion'
s figures to snow otf K nod a s
high fashion originals to thg greatr'
All the Jewelry, modeled, estimst estimst-ed
ed estimst-ed at a vabrae of $15,900 -sr from
fan Vcrill,h I
snugly at the wrist with'' sond
gout bracelet with a little Longines
watcn encrusted, and a Bold anc
diamond, pin, that- can be tjetache 1 creaUohl.'" There. w r
and-worh as a brooch. -s ", sport tlothes, glamorous cock
There were many other glarior- dreises and' smart traTeli
ous moaeu, creations, and jewel
ry, all worthy of credit
(0th Army Band
Will' Play, Tonight
Music for the 'Girl of the YearV
Dance, which will be held at Coco
caw rvA,.' ri,.k in.Mi iti v.l
MV.V VU.ttl O V'UU HNUKU1 WU1, MV.
provided by 60th Army D a nee, Walker. Mis darai White. M
and. iNaney-Dfohati. Miss Judy V
The. dance, iwhich will stsrt at 4j Trias. Mrrs. T..C.-Robettsot and
o clock it sponsored by the BetsH
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Guest
of nonor will be Kay Klontz. who
Has Been selected as 'Girt, of the
Tearl for- tije AlJantia jejthap-
iieservanons. may be made byl
calling. Cristobal' S-1202T Gatun, 5-1
118, Cristobal 323?,. France Field
8-8735 or Coco Solo 8578,
Mr. Paul La Roccar"
Pravar Lucy' Winner '
A silver coffee and tea service
which was the door, prize at the
charity "ban and card, party held!
last Saturday ay, urcnur Chapter
No, 1. at the, TifoU Cues) House
was won by Paul. La, Roccai who
was. the. Lucky bolder oi No. 0777
Mra. Cecilia Ramon
Returns From DX.
Mrs. Cecilia Ramon returned to
the isthmus Wednesday from Wash
ingtOBV D.&., where she haabeen
undertaking ofDclal government
Hebarrs Ta Attand
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hebert ofl
Diablo Heights and their daugh
tprs, Mary an Geitine; tailetmr
aay on inc Ann ior a two-montn
V. McC'elland were, cd
of the fashion show which.
then presented Members ai
their children modeled ineir o
clothes along with lovely sheaths!
and other' stVJes'for everyday,-or:
ri pmt : A -kf
areas, inere waa atiau a aiuuc w
beautiful poljeras and pollera moa-
tunas Which members 'BW) maoa,
at a "claas ttugtt p Klra." rT t.
Deakinsv Tha following, nve dels,
tbok-'part IB .the- fasmon snow;
Miss Kathleen cox, miss Joanne,
The Woman who. made that flat
statement has for the past few
women in her town:
Cm akat aiwiliiih Tl VAfanf mJ$ 4a' VnaS'
m iMi va KVUl nvi A wauuiu iu auivw
why she had decided,; to," caE, "vaJ
Her answer was simple -and to
the point: "I Just woke up fo the
fact that I was spending, my. days
running from one. meeting to an-
: other. i c ,4
't "Once you: get a reputation aar aj
more and more. Jobs, until, finally
you are swamped, -a-.
f "And one fine day It dawns, on
you that you, are, spending you' life
doing things, other' people .want
you to do and, doing; almost ; no nothing
thing nothing lhat you want to do.'-r .1.
i Thafcis. thewan, it happens, to a
lot of women. They start out to do
a "little something" outside th
homeland, in a, few years they areJ
. i, .... . 1. ' ... ... 1
ciuo women, up u wqtc eats, in du du-sy
sy du-sy work.
They are rushing through life so
eood honest look at what all their
rtmnmg around ,io meetings has
accomplished, they' often discover
u uieir oiHgusi uiat uiey nave
"IS- IT JA.C NECESSARY?
'THEY are worn out from run running,
ning, running, around, in circles trying to.
please' everybody- but themselves.,
An$ they 1 haven't anything to:
shqw. for alii the" feverish activity.
if you are in that : state right:
now why not ass:, yourself a 4 few;
.. Am I a clubwoman bwsnse I
want to bo one, or because; anu
atraid to, say "1No7'" .,
What have I actually accomplish-
ed and what do l expect to ac
S-G TONIGHT'S PA.NCE Jean-Cof fey. (center) gets plenty," of advice from."
QK ?ci hlch wyi' held ai 9 oc "tW evening at the Coca jgoli OfficftaL'
Club LeJt tohjht; argjMarpri, Oreene,' Ruth, Morris;- Anna Burner and Kay Klontz: y
fas. Atonic For- Peace: Plan
Runs Into Senate QppQsjttdri:
WASHINGTON-. Mar i ftmi
President Eisenhower, bumped in
to some resistance from Senate
Republican "leaders' today in hisi
eiiorx to sen congress on hia, cher
GOP Leader William P. Know.
rand .(Calif) and. Sen. Bourke B
Hickenldoner- Ot-IowaK saidf after
a, conference; with the,- Bresidentl
Jthat they were not ready, to com
mit uiemsejives on. ue proposal.
"Eisenhower "summoned ."the two
senators to the White' House in 'an
obvious effort touhng up support
for Senate' approval of- the treaty.
cteatuiav tne mtecnauonaii atomiol raised the -possibility the may
split over that issue, also. 7 V;.
Tryner, M a. George Tully, Mrs,
John Petersen and her. daughter,
Susan, Mrs. R. L. Deakins, Mri
G. S. Zim-nerman, Mri. Rav,
Smitlv Misai Disn Staith, M,r i
H. DV ClajrtPjU' Mr 4 ft
Mra. R. L. Koening, Mrs. T. Rolt
inson. Mrs. R. 'Hammetter, Mri.
John Purvis. Mrs. T. Vailev. Mrs,
J Hedson and Mrs. A Wil-
Guests introduced- at the luncn luncn-nt.
nt. luncn-nt. Un -r, o. P'tr.kif.
Mrs. L. I. Lyon. Mrs, Skrahl
Prithm, nd MH. Jose Maria- Coflr
Mrs. a; L,. McLean, social
iThairmann was in Charge of the
lunohomi aiuf the lovelv 'flowerC
were donated n. asrs. i. nw
Mrs. E. A.' Coa and Mrs. S. J.
The sweetheart of the L lo n s' vacation in the. United, S t a t era.
dub, .Marie Elena, Anzpla, model- They will go first ta' Lafayette,
v5 DJgw Oc Tok
Lather year face a full anmnta moining and.
night, with maiekma Cuticora. Soap. Apply;
Cuticura CHotment at night See excitiof aasw.
softneaa. amoothneaa, freafancaa begin iaT T
days! Get Cuticura Soap and Ointnient. right
awjiy-and to, speed. Belief, get amasina new.
Craaek Cut icura Medicalad Liquid for use
A,, w. hm Attv A rtA Ait tnr M fSifvnM
The. cocktail aut who never
get, away. from, the table where
tha food i belnr, served makes a
public piir of nimaelf. He ahowt
plainly that ne is much, much
more interested zav eauna. tzuuu
in tajsjng to uie rnesxa,
If yoa arc umtael m a ea
tail warty yaw an. expected, ta
anaek nt ataf L ;
Mr -Hfc '.,',, . '. 'd;..-....,' ....''.
Would I be happier if I pared
my outside jobs, down-to a really
WVIUIWIU, JVM VIA HTfW--',
It Is easy to get into a rat race.
but it .takes some sbunk and
fast that they have too little time Straight talking to get out f one.
compjiah, bji al, uAectffea.cttvJ.U member, ofr th Foreign
'- ? aVi.1. 4 j ....
The agency, first nronosed hv
the- President in his' widely-an-
nlauded' December. I9SS. soeech to
the1 United Nations, long has heen
one or tne.- resident's chief goals.
' Russia and two othar -rnrrtmn.
nist U, N members already have
ratmedi tneis memnership The
administration', war. reportetr em
barrassed.by the delay in U. .S.
Ilearmgs ai the treaty are
scheduled for May 10 by, the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. Foreign Relations Committee
with, tha congressional Atomic En En-ergy
ergy En-ergy Committee sitting in: '.i
Both Knowland and Hickenloop-
Relations group. The Iowa senator1!
also is the ranking GOP Senate
member ofv thet.Atonie.' 'oramit-
,They said they generally support
Eisenhoer'a, atoms? for-, peace
program, out. aecunen, xq taite a
ppsjtion lo the treaty, itself,' "until
1 Hickenlooper said the treaty.
npw.ccmfains "a lot of,, unclear
laneuase. :, lie said, ne ann Know-
land believe "If iriay be. necessary,
for the Senate to write in certain
reservations, worked- qu wjththe
EnowlancL' au-eadv is, buckine "the.
President onhis budiet and;fed'
erai school aid bill.. His, reserva
tions ,. about the atomic treaty
Some senators nav
the need. for. the International
agency, on grounds that Eisenhow
er's atoms-for-peace : program "al
ready, is, being carried. 'out, under'
tii.tM.i kMu.M..sii -it,u Tt a
UlltttCidi SJCC1I10I11B ,,W1UV, Ue-:i3&
Some fear that this nation might
inadvertently give away atomio
secret for the? Communist mem
bers: However, in his March mes
sage to the Senate submitting the
agency statute, Eisenhower said
he was. "satisfied that the (-"M .y
of the United States -will not be
endangered, by material 4 made
available" U the international
pooh C '' "' ;
Hickenloonbr said, one question
in his mindi is how; the:- material
would be xQsefc Vx tlw reciplentl
auons. jtie saio uus snouio? ne.
Jeardc up, Defore, tha. United
tale, aduaJlyy joins the agenctf.
To Kirovs fecrcif
'Tmal arrangements have been
Completed, for, a gala outing torn on on-row
row on-row to the' towrt" of Nuevo Empera. :
dor, Spoftsbred by Club Social, Loa'.'
' A spokesman for the group said
a fleet bf Duses from a reliable
bus line have been' contactprf" tcr
transport the Targej crowdnhat ia'
anticipated. '"' "A
- wie&is ara reminded to bring a-1
long theft cameras and swim-suits
Prizes' wjKl: be offta-ed for the best 11
dresse-d group: 1 v . v ; ,
' Tickets' are: still .available an
ea.be Qhtaltfedi from any mem member
ber member of the club- or' phoning" Pana-
ma 2-5860. V .
The music. for the, outing wilkb:
fnrnislied-b; VctoBoa and ,hla,
INVITESiyou you bJ all of: yo w TQNUtt&tp, real "Hip Hap" wat
'Hubj Ha'- typjcal; f'anamaarf nlt wjjjj th, ' .
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Sunday, Minn:' 7:bU. and' tdfr aoa?-'
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VOiueiaiuii worojiTT aa-mai pjiay apuu
afrer air evening, devotions.
anntuBTW bV' mDolntmarrc
Miracuiaup Ueaai. NovanaV 1 fflr iM.
, bunday School: 3:30 p;nfc o Sundays
i Rellfflnua; Inxtructinn' ClitM fnv Chil.
dren 4:00 jgUra- oiTt)urdaiu
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13 00 noon Holy Baptlan.
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Hello ottb there, mv bbi is
Ghanene. v& you, miaod of. I jow
you for b while? I'd love to have
vou over, .Would you like to
hear a few 'of fflj favorite rec recordings?
ordings? recordings? .C
, This was the Invitation the men
that participated in Exercise Ca-
nb-Ex receive last week as part
Of rtb-cr Army's psychewgieaa- wa wa-fjarel
fjarel wa-fjarel training program;
: Charlenay who waa raally- Shir
lay Ann Maypp af Balboa Jun.
ior Celjpge, maalp a tariat o rp rp-eordinga.
eordinga. rp-eordinga. that wpra uad Bp psy psy-chologicpr
chologicpr psy-chologicpr warfarrf aaalntf
man that' (tarffcrpafad' kv th ph ph-arcjto.
arcjto. ph-arcjto. ""' -y 4 'J l
The broadcast wer made- a
the ordei; ot two- famous1 payehd
tocical World war H irofiram.
Tokoro Rs in the' Far East andf
axis saiiy in Europe; ana- were
for the purpose ot harftssinf thB
-men of the 8th Marine Keeiiiient-
'aF Landing Team durkia their a-
'i ... . ....
sauir on- "Kea- Beacn Rear jwr
San Urretrzo- arid the- me- of tha
2kl Battalion Combat TeatrV of. tha
2id. Battalion of the 20th Infantry
Tv ..1 .j a". i m al. i uk. aV.j.J.
negnnenr auring TneiF paracauia
assault and airlanding' at Rkx Ha
toi m' i
, The mala1 purpose, behind ..tha
recordings' wa to set the friendly
forces to desert or come ovar to
the aggressors. Leaflets' and' post
ers were also used widely.
Shirley Anm fay ipathV CbarU
ene) after playing- thra or four
racarde oi ali bPeadcBaf woulcd
lop But with,, "fm afralet f
T aaafaFT-B. B mm B II m eBP"'
Br Oswald jacobt,
Written for NEA Serrtce
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i KbrOt arkl SoutB yuWeraWe
eontb-.. TTortb East
-ts4V iB 3t-,r &
tha final rnnb-apt nf threa no.
.V, a llmnrt anw mlatia ajmilH
nave no trouble maKins: an
lovartrlrtk- bv taklne hi ace of
cnamondB ana castuna. h lour
spades and liven clubs MB 14
L How let's see; what. Jhappenad
tat poor South. i
1 He ducked tha first two dia diamond
mond diamond leads and noted that West
shed a heart. He had to win tha
third diamond and West dis discarded
carded discarded another heart- Declarer
than went after the soadeB and
on the fourth lead of tbaf suit
everyone discarded a Heart, v :
Bouth led a club to hla kinr.
Wast followed and South took
time out to count the hand,
i Cast and West aad each
shown lip with three? spades but
l a x s. 1 a.1 Me aK
aei naa SMtrxeti wu
mOnOS TO WCSl one P1BBWUU.
This nartial coant iTbb bbiTU
clprt to cause South ter eirpect
that west would nave sxarvpa
with at least four clubs. II ne
started with exactlr four y the
I odds would be that he would
Irinlrl frie lark- Tf tip atarterJ wltn
av 'vt 11
an Aurekaa- aatr), ontj have to hold tha
Jack. JCven if club werg going
to break three-three there was
an even chance that West would
bold the jack.
South decided that the elut lj
finesse was called for, too
and lost to the singleton lack
whereupon East arhj West took
the rest of the tricks for a three three-trick
trick three-trick pensjty. A.
South's T)Uy was wen tnoagni
out and the bad result only foes
ta show that the best percentage
play does not always wwk.
Employes Held Up,
Robbed Of 52 G's :
En Route To Bonk
WASHINGTON (UP)-Twe Gov-
pnunein aervefes, uc enrpioyea
ra roote ta a bank were held bd
and robbed7 ef SsS.eos tedey whra i
Pair statwa wagon stopped for at
trafSo light. n
- Police siid" two 'men fa white
t shirts and tad baseball caps
BM&aaV pka aside m Vt rod
cream automobile sad one ef (Bent
fpuilet out a fPB. -
-he, me nsve n, rnr not root root-fc?
fc? root-fc? they quoted kiia at Ptying Ptying-They
They Ptying-They siid the bandits took two
nags from the station wsgoav ft
beer at tben far, and orove 0:1.
GpejevniManf BeTVieae: a re It itp
firm, TJua caietenas grr-l
arn merit tmildinCT bere. The stalan
tmrmey fepreaetite yterdey'B re-jj
Fo!ie rtid t sistion wafon
wt dnvet by Chrlp Heip-r, a
cr -r!-;Trr, an rim 1,1 "oe"
Z 1 -.? fit ri 1V1 .. oi-
will have to (ppv yov now You
.know it 'Would ba so airnplo for
yew to changa that sleeping bitf
for" a big comfortable bod. I'nrr
sura tha only thing, your wifa or
wpathaart it thinktnf about is
your nturning hpma safply.''
. 'Boir,f be- ar hero-, usr r tafB
conduct pasr and J. promise; you.
wiu Da noma soon. wui; be, iook-
ing for you, coodnight and plcs-
sam areamp. v
1 Just for the recoroT no man1 do
serted their umtSv
Afl-r Drflish Snub
LONDON. Ma 4 flTPV Dirk
b Henderson, p. laborer from Thni-
uu,. aaia looay no nan sent tusi:
war- medals back ta Queen Eliza-
pem Decaoow irnit BWOJij refus-
oo io worx in- orainagat 'ditch
wiin ninw g
"They do not mean anything to
me any more.' Henderson said. "I
am good enough to, bleed- sido by
siae wim wnite men but I'm not
hgooa enough, to- work with, them."
; The 42-year old. father ot six
children war not alone. With him
was Pakistani Isrootk tmhv fB-
. Their' latosf tnub by white
: British, laborers, Handaraoa ppki;
i eimr Monday morning whan
: they got in a. truck to go ta work
on a subKlWialon- ppwop system
Some of tha- white workerp io-
ceotea mem, the West Indian
said, but other threatened to
strike if. they had to work- besrdp
me coiorea men. me foreman
BBV in and ent the Trinidad- vet
eran? and th Paklstaiii worker
back to the labor exchange.
Henderson, said" after two months
,ot job, trouble, because of bis color
4his Was the last straw. He. Hacked
fup hiy medals that showed World
War II service in Italy Franc
add Germany and mailed them toi
the Queen. "I told her wonderful
majesty that I could not keep- the
white man's medals. I woo fighting
with. whit men," Henderson faidV
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. Baltimore at Detroit (N)
: Boston at Cleveland
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' The Panama Area1 Armed Fore
es tennis tournament will begin
next Monday at the 15th Naval
District tennis courts. Men from
Albrook AFB, Army Attantic, .Ft.
ninvtnn. Ft Kobbe Ft Amador.
and the 15th Naval District f will
compete in the tournament. i f
. Elimination play in the singles
matches will begin Monday May 6,
with the semifinals scheduled for
Wednesday. The final matcnes
are schedules to be conducted Sat
urday morning Jdy H, commene
ing at 8:30. '
Dnnhlen nlav Is slated to com-i
mence May 9, with the semifinals
to be played Friday, May 10. The
finals fcarrinfl bad weather, are
scheduled for Sunday ': afternooni
May 12 at 1 p.m.
since some of tne post tourna tournaments
ments tournaments haye not yet been complet completed,
ed, completed, the names of all of the compe compe-Uiors
Uiors compe-Uiors are not yet known. However,
the following named men will com-,
pete in the tourney: Chaplain
(Capt.) F. R. Lewis, Ft. Clayton:
Lt. (jg) R. A. Nesbitt. 15th Naval
District; Pvt. Al Kuhn, Ft. Amador
and ftc. jonn rerryr rx. iwooms.
League To Meet
Al Margarita Gym
Minriav nltrnt at 7:30 the AtUft
tic Basketball League will hold it's
second meeting prior to tne scnei
uled mid June opening of the sea
son. t,v ,
t Last Mondav nifiht the lrst meet
ina woll attended. However.
since the opening discussions,, the
service teams nave ail naa 10 uruy
their applications for franchise be be-uiisa
uiisa be-uiisa of other committments in
service leagues The League, how
ever, still plans to operate, even
though it may nave to ao so wiw
a completely civilian league. -r.
Referees, splayers, prospective
managers or sponsors, are urged
to attend the .meeting at the Mar Mar-parita
parita Mar-parita evmnasium. Advance in-
formation is available' from Trev
or Simons at 3-1833 or 3-2530.
. LOTTERY NIOHTI
YlrrtoJa Mays to
Teams Rectly to Settle
Down to Long And Cozy
Stay In first Piece
c-1 NEtV YORKoy 4 (UP) Thf Chicogo Whit Sox
arid Milwaukee Braves art off to their, best starts in his-r
tory and while neither has begun printing World Series
tickets yet. both appear to be, settling down to a long.
cozy stay in nrsr piace.
The White Sox reeled off their
11th victory In 13 Karnes and
their fifth In row by licking
Washington, 11-8 yesterday. Best
previous : start by a white sox
club was 10 out of-13 way back in
And. the Braves nude Jt 12
victories Jo 14 staxu wiui $a iv
lanlnar 8-7 decision over the Pi'
rates last night Up to now, the
best season's sun ny any Mil
waukee club was nine out or iz
BrooKiyn remainea two games
behind the pace-setting Braves
by beating St. Louis, e-o, at Jer Jersey
sey Jersey City last nleht while Clncln.
natl defeated the Giants, 11-10,
and the Phillies handed the
Cubs their eighth straight de defeat,
feat, defeat, 0-6. .
. The Yankees stayed within
iVi games of the first-place
White Sox with an S-S decision
over the Athletics In the Amer American
ican American League, while Detroit
blanked Boston, -. Inclement
weather caused postponement
of the Baltimore Cleveland
outfielder Larry Ooby and
Blnlrr-hftll nltcher Qerrv Staley
were the key. cogs in the White
Sox triumph over the Senators,
poby drove in. four runs with, a
Hmihln alnarl. and Infield out
nhi) ietlv held Washington to
two runs after coming to starter
Boh Keeean's rescue in the sec
Mid innina'. Russ Kemmerer,
batted, out durlnjr a six-run third
inning, was tne loser. . ;
Bobby Thomson's single A with
ti. hAsea loaded in the 11th pro
vided the Braves with their vie
tnrv ovef in Pirates, itaun a-
mn whose three-ru homer
CHICAGO (UPl tugar Kay
Robinson will bold bis prized mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight championship for only
one more fight. ...
Robinson, who gained the crown
h. mirh tima Wednesday
with a fifth round knockout of
Gene Fullmer, made it definite to today
day today that he'll, be a song and
dance man on the Broadway stage
"next winter." .
"I'll defend the title against
Carmen Basilio, if the terms are
right." he mHL "and if 1 win.
that7! my last fight. If I lo. t
course, I'd. want te try andet
But should Robinson lose, he
would not be the champion going
into the rematch, which he wiU
demand as part of the contract
for a Basilio fight, and this then
would become the finale te his 17-
... .i-Mr in boxing.
Should Robinson go through with
bis plans, u wouia oe ui occuuu
time he has given up a title. tea
stage career. He quit the ring in
1952 after losing to Joey Maxim
in bid for the light heavyweight
tnm but 20 months later he re-
hinu4 bnzlnc and in MM re-l
captured the MO-pound title from
To Held Annual
r.. w..iiT Taaiifi Lescue wiU
hold its ennual ptxty .Wonesdiy
night, at pjn. at the Jewish Wei-
, t.iu mATi ha nreaeotta te the
of tlM winning Uam and
pUyers ef the nmner-up Uam.
'7. .. tnnmatklB this VeST OSCh
ef the to boys at ade np tke
Fattlich League win be K8?
with a Certificate ef Playership. A
Z:Zu mZtzieA the "Rise ef the
v..vm" will be abowa and sta-i
tistic covering tedivWual player
records wiU be banded te the
boys. All league effldals, Mag Mag-era,
era, Mag-era, reaches, empires, and players
- -mtA ha nmfllL
The Pbanteea RMer
highlighted six-run '.outburst
in the sixth, started the Braves
on the road to victory with' a
triple in the llth, and after los loser
er loser Roy Face loaded the bases
witn a pair or wanes, Tnomson
singled off Bob Purtcey. it mark
ed Face's third setback within a
week, ped Jmiijf was the winner
althoush warren Snahn i was
rushed ( in when Pitt sburgh
threatened In the last of the
Big Don Newcombe scattered
five hits beating the Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals for the ntntn straight
time.' The Dodger ace, who
posted his second victory, last
lost to the Red Birds en Aug.
.Brooklyn sewed tra the game
early with three runs In the first
Inning on two walks, Carl Furl Furl-Ilo'a
Ilo'a Furl-Ilo'a double and Don Zimmer's
slnrie. The loss. t charged to
rookie Tom Cheney, snapped a
five-came Cardinal winning
atralr 't 1 -r
a three-run' homer bv Pinch
hitter Pete whisenant in the
ninth carried the RedlegS to
their triumph over the Giants,
whn hat one. ahead -. 10-8 on
Hank fiauer' three-rorf homer
in thu aivth: Rookie Pete-Bum
M. waa thavt virtlm f WhiSetl-
anfs-homer whildr reliever : Rul
san.Vi. VrlRhrw1 his first ma'
jor league victory, uusen
Red schoenaiensc' aiso m uuiw
; Trailing by. five' runs, thfe Cubs
raiiiort to tie tneir name wuu
dkii. hut relief nitch
era Vlto ValenUnetU" and Dick
Littlefield ,each forced to runs
with bases-loaded walks ta the
..with to a-lve Philadelphia the
victory. The cubs hurt ttieir own
an Mtir.n tits arnui. iuut w
them bv rdokle second Isasemaa
Casey Wise. Rookie Ef Bouchee
an-warrr Anderson homered
for the Phfla.
The xanaees xoa.
of three anearaed reus to the
seventh te beat the Athletles.
Ex-Tankoe Rip Coleman start
d the trouble fer Kansas City
by dropping ; a throw whTle
rrerlnlr Ittrstniy Martbl tri tripled
pled tripled heme twe rnns daring the
frame and eame home himself
en A"dy Carey's sinrle. ;
. TK. T.anM mp.rea 110 uis
second victory to reUef r start starter
er starter Bob Turley. who was knocked
out in the sixth. Rookie .W
Kubek collected .jthreo of the
Poytock tossed a four-nlt
shutout at the Red Spx nd wm
.ii.4 4a ma Tint vicuuj wt
ZZ. tMinmttei Harvey Kuenn
ai v.iinn WJuenn contribut-
da twTrun triple off loser
Frank Bulllvan to-ttw.JS:
nta? ad Kaune chipped hv with
three hits as weu mwm "C1Ti.
cular-v defensive .VfJ.
House arave oeirois mo
E? margin with a three-run
homer In the eighth.
' ly JOl ITITION
. nvt u Inn ara la .a national
.Tl.llln an author' WSBt tO
greav lengths toLexpUto jaribus
reasons why backs could be weak
and mislit oe DainfuL Tne dacb-
shundwas used to Ohutrate-a
long, weak,-back which would be
plagued with trouble. ; ; .
I wish te take ao issue with the
author's theme, but object stren-
iiouilv.ta the statement mat tne
Back ol gooa aacnsnuna mtm
tKM- Inna or araak. -
Good dachshandK like good bas.
act bounds er mat ef the. terri-
.k th skva must be
oeepkeeled and well sprung in'rib
wun weu musciea toua. x mm j
mt be amnle in shoulder' and
Quarter with plenty of lung; and
heart anaea lm between, .
Actual, tbouxh it map sound
paradoxical, they arm, not long
don. What I maaa. of course, is
the are not lone in body but
abort la let. Thev have the proper
tractor, for amole streasui i
back all set on short hmbs.
A dacbsmmd, U be propor propor-tioed
tioed propor-tioed hke the average dog, would
not be shorter in body, but longer
Doc'a of this.bufld. therefore,
ara hirrer tbaa their aeiabt weod
indicate. Ia fact it Is the Inten-
tkaa af breeders that the m a a
mum site ef the eoc that go te
ground and end the dachshund is
a tarricr or tecbel te use the Ger
man temiaotogy be es large as
possible for the places where tacy
p. tinaitid te tCL
H Sm tn tkat bv rbsBCC Of tn
fudldous breeding practice, a shel-
iv type may ee orooucea, u
tift can happen m any breed,
t, fMtinli la tb cat WIJI
miniature dachibunds, but brd-! fpahn. Privet 4
r of these t"T typ are cu.t!Gome. Giants ..... 3
rtwfckwi ef the 5w!m! f jKmhman, WA ... 3
thrr msnittare ftra -a -1 enies- Trucks, AthUc 3
Info Tie for 1st
VIEW YORK, May 5 (UP)
The Richmond ; Vlridnians.
hairline out of first nlace. and
uie uoiumnus jets, just percent percentage
age percentage points away from last; today
owe tnanxs to a nair of ex-ma-
Jor leaguers ChollV Naranio and
Sonny Dixon, who reached back
jor -uiat sometninK extra."
Naranio. former Plttsburarh
Pirate, spaced 11 hits last nleht
in racong ud ms tmra win to
give uoiumous a 0-3 triumph
over me uuiiaio Bisons. The vic
tory pushed the Jets out of the
cellar, past Havana and Into
Dixon, an ex-Yankee. who
pitched the final putout In SO
Virginian a victories last year,
hurled two scoreless relief In
nings enabling Richmond to
down the Rochester Red Wings".
8-5, m .ten innings. The Vees'
wla coupled with a Miami loss
deadlocked the two teams once
again lor .the league- lead. ; -:
i Home runs, by Sam Jethroe
and Rocky .Nelson gave Toronto
a 5-4 victory over Miami while a
scneauiea game between Hava
na -and Montreal was postponed.
Teams W L Pet GB
Miami . fl
Richmond v ,10
Rochester t ... 8
112 000 010-5 8,
100 010 010-4 11
Naranjo and Qnuaka; McGro McGro-arty,'
arty,' McGro-arty,' Santiago ,(2), Nagy "(5),
Romberger ,9) and Astrotn. LP;
Mcoroarty. hrs. aeniey, 2,
000 012 01O4
003 110 0Qx-nr5
1 Qualters, Mason (7 and Bu Bu-cha;
cha; Bu-cha; Pearce, Tiffenauer (8) and
St Claire. WP: Pearce. LP: Qual
ters. HRs. Nelson,- Jethroe. r
'' r'1. tin innlnps)
Richmond 1z 010 000:
3 8 10 X
Rochester.'. C-3 002 100 05 10 0
WlesKr, Johnson (2), James
f(e),' Dixon X9Y and Watllngton;
a. Bwyioca, nowman vtt, jlhi jlhi-nellr'dO)'.
nellr'dO)'. jlhi-nellr'dO)'. -Wright" (lo -and
Shantai. WP: Dlxon. LPr Bow Bowman.
man. Bowman. HRs.) Schell, watllngton,
Windhorn?' Kunkle, Shant
-j' ',' '.',..
(Based ea 41 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE -;
Player and etab a ah r h Pet
Hoak. dnci. 13 48 f 19 .398
MusiaL St Louis 13 68 7 22 .393
Aaron, Mil. 14 64 15 25 491
Adcock, Mil. 14 60 9 18 .360
Hodges, Bklya 14 53 8 19 J58
S'dlenst, N.Y. 16 68 12 24 .353
Bowman, pnua. 19 m is aa
Bailey, Clnct 15 62 18 446
Dark. St Louis 13 58 11 20 445
Bouchee,' PhUa. 13 61 14 21 444
Williams, Bos. 13 50 12 21 .420
FOX. Chicago 13 51 11 20 492
Bertoia. Detroit IS -48 4 18 475
Simpson, K.C. 16 62 11 22 455
uinoso. cnicago is 51 11 1 jos
KelL Baltimore .13 49 8 17347
Nieman. Baltl. J 14 61 : 8 17 433
Mantle, N.Y V 14 46 10 13 426
Jensen, Boston ;i0 .40 8 13 425
Manch. Boston 14 56 T 18 421
Maris, Cleve' u 53 f it 421
, NATIONAL LEAGUE A
Adcock, Bravea.w..... .
(Tea ued wn s ;-
k AMEBIOAN LEA6UE
Williams, Red Sox ........ 5
Simpson, Athletics ...... 8
Blevers, Senators ......... 9
Bkisas. Athletics 5
ZernlaX Athletics ........ 4
Lollar. -White Box .'. 4j
WJNS BATTED IN
Bauer, Giants". .,..-
'Jones, Phils ..;..
- Aaron, Braves
' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mevera. Senators ju....
Lollar, white Box ......
TutUe. Tleers 13
Dobv. White Sox ........ 13
Simpson, Athletics ..
1 t. r
l(fyZ Vliv bate MtM x s
WITH A BAT
For Men Who
K ly OSCAR RAliY;
- NEW'YORK (UP) The men
who cover sports get their biggest
annual chui today. .
They see them all In the-eourse
or tne year,1 Ana, oeing perennial
fans ; who seldom become .jaded,
they -thrill to 'each of, them
But for most of k them 'sitting
high dp- in 1 the press' box it's the
vcar'a blcreest croxy of coos Dim
nles- when the field parades to the
post for the Kentucky. Derby,;
This came through" a loud and
clear, at another horse race this
spring';-It was the Fiorida Derby
at Gulf stream ; and as five colts
who will be running again to
day paraded -to-the post. Dean
gagie of tne lxiuisviue Times
posed the .Question, ., ...-'
,.,f ........ . 1
"What" he asked: of a watch
ing group of a ports writers, "is
your greatest sports thrill -of tne
year? --j ,
i (Owerr The -Month-
- 1 .
Nobody answered for a few mo moments,
ments, moments, each running back ever
the months crowded with touch-)
downs and home runs, ; brawny
arms and flying feet.
n have V nut 'it high up,
drawled .Walter . tewart. of the
Memphis Commercial Appeal fi-
naUv. "when the man says 'btart
vout' motors'' and 33 cars thunder
bo the first turn at Indianapolis
Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Todoy
DIABLO UTS. 7:6 v GAMBOA 8:15 -.. V
- "THE NAKLO KDLLS
Robert Wagner ' Sunday Teahouse of the :'
Jeffrey Hunter August Moon" . .-
raCTE STOBY'OP GATUN 7; T"T(
" JESSE JAMES"- ; "TEA and SYMPATHY"1'
v ,. r-w 0 ..' '. Senday "Ambaasaders
. San. The-Burning-HUls J Daegbter,
MARGARITA4:M 6:46 CRISTOBAL 7:1 ;
: Please Note Stai-tlng.Timel Air-Conditioned
Richard Burton--r.s..:" Tom Swell
Fredric March 1 1 Jayne Mansfield
-ALEXANDER THE -GREAT" "The Girl Cant Hers-It--,
s ;-.. o .: -c. '' Cinemascope Colorl v
; Senday "Trne Stery-ef 1 t m -
Jesse- James- v. -" Alad Showing Boit-Mon,
B A 1 T arV A
r t Q'J.f
JUKE --; JQM JBLK3
aa-o-M pe ret nts thk suna
Ihe Oppose Sex
err to som a mo frcsenteo m
OnemaScofc ano attrrnococowt
A t . w.
PARAISO :15 T.tS
m Reret Ventnre" and
CAMP BllFJ) 8:U
fi r 1
i "You have to crowd the World
Series up there somewhere, said ;
Gene Ward ef the New ork Ualiy
"And bow- about .11 ten cVira-
pionship fight?" a.sked Jk low
ers ef the Jersey JoutnaL -. :
1 Then John Carmichael ef the
Chicago Daily News said it for all
of .them -'t ,. tr y.
"; "I don't know r- about the rest ef
you," ha allowed, ."but' I've got te
give-it to-tha Kentucky Derby .M j
', 4 r t' -H f 'i i
' Head Ct List'. t,
' You could' teil the Vwar W
nodded that this,'- for- each vol
them, was at the head' of, the
list." ,,-'"J 'jv
, 1 v .. . '-
Year in --and year- out when
they move out from under the an-.
cient stands at Churchill' Down
and the band sends the tender
strains of 'Weep No More My
Lady" Into the soft air you've got
to get a lump in your throat, a
tear in your eye and a chill skat skating
ing skating .up and down your spine;
1 There are races '.which pay
more money and some which ac actually
tually actually are older. But this one has
"it." Call it corn If you will but t
anybody who ever sat through it
will teil you it'sjhe tops. ..
Play it sweet and low, band bandmasters
masters bandmasters The field is ready U ge
to- the post. -j. ; ;
1:30 3:55 6:20 t:4S
ASI 1 .AH
SUNDAY c MONDAYl
SANTA CRl Z I :U t
e Deborah Kerr
-Till KINfl A KB f
te rcrrect tie tr-:.r..?a. iMnesii, as ...
IKVCXPXY; MAT 135T.
FAG! 8 EVES
By, HERBERT MOISB
BITING FINISH -Arnold Sowell literally bites the finish tape
winning the invitation half mile oi the Perm Relays hi 1:51. J." ?"
It is the Pittsburgh flyer's first victory in the Franklin Field,
meet, accidents previously KnocKing mm ou ot tne money,
Ancon; -v v
Cocoii'" i;i s
Los Bios; ii
The? seoondVweek ofi the Balboa
JFm's Summer. League could be
termed" the "ole equalizes": week
because most off thet team: that
iOsC lastt wee cambaclr strong.
Umi semnna audi vice- versa;
, .E tali Eying, flyers otAlbroak
were tne exceptions and were still
ndine un in the clouds. They a
gz-n. S'.vt-nt tlsfir'" serif?.;' this; time
their arch, rivals.' Far-
fait and tne birumen are the only
team without a blemishf oft defeat
Hesti of the league is, preparing
their anti-aircraft guns and' guided
missiler, tn bring; the- flyers, down
to earth, but what Willi da th e
most damage to the Airmen will.
te that secret weapon of Impounds
of hard' rubber molded into a 27
inch .ball propelled and guided in
; i to, the. old. r;-3 pockeK
j Cc-coli spearheaded be. McG a,r-
: vey naa a cumpieie reversal ui
form after dropping four points
last week, came back to set down
' 'BaflMaTar a shutout two. too
' 3 tolled 90 game ,ln. the first
session and while they slipped in
the finale, they managed, to- w i n
, it by 5 pins. For the losers, Low-
1 ande hat three5 hiee game; of' 183,
WItW-IW'V-''- "- -.-'
Loi Rios," also- took p o i n t s;
froni Ma garni t the form' of Ru;
rv; The 'Rivers cam no with- the
toghmeof the'nignt 'A bang uprj
. Ml, tt wmcir soyster contrihuted
a whiz of score of 219. Fox the
inma Honors, bv havine the high
est get' of 53 pins.-1 The-Victims-af;
this assault -Tere Hh Saw bovsl
from- AmadbfY whose hicli is boundn
way from. Rodman. A tie game is
not a common occurence in bowl bowling,
ing, bowling, but these two teams' came up!
with two stalemates in a row H
real rarity, thus sharing half, point
eacn. in me last game. Ancon wort
m a breeze br 33 pins'. Mr, Bowl
er, mmsen, jbuo. uaicer, as w a
expected, came through in th
first games with 215 and 3tm 'hm
the 1S1 scored in. finnf irama tront
him. out of, the 600 set,' at least foe
this, week- ."!
Of 60 bowlers on!v Lann nnstflH
that eveu elusive and most; sought
aiier ouu series, tie put together!
20Z.213, and 20a oa the nose, foe bis
615' tops: Two teams, rolled! over
900(, ho Rios waft top, witlt 4t
andl Cacolit 904n. Fifteen keglers
postedJ 19t M2eo" Came, wlths thw
old; hands at the game, Lane-, Cof-
lee, ana uaicer navmg seven.
the 19. Your reporter pullrd a bon.
er last week m not g'vn J dun cre credit;
dit; credit; to fellow tow lor, or. Green
field. o Earian for a 2a game;
So now it is publicly attested MnV
Cceenfield. bad. a 20?. ;
: Honor roii of: 200 games:, tane
(3? 313i 2OTi. 202:. Balces (. Z15.
200 Coffee (2). 20K and! 081. Sam-
m .;xoianai-2M.,Kussell 211, Sturf
ges urown 209, Mallory 206,
CsrrilW 204, Miulak 201. -Folcet
. Final arrangements have been
made itt tne presentation: of a
eirls'softhaU team froiA Jamaica,
B.W L, In series of games he-
gmaing .Mooaay, u tne Mount
Hope,. Stadium,; Game time. i 7
xru wiu, ne inc. second pres presentation,
entation, presentation, ot a girt team from the
Isle, of. Spring.-The last team- to
appear, nertr started &iowiy out
gained1 momentum and-won their
share of frames; "Their overall
olav deliehted the overflow
crowds that attended att tWelrj
i..' v' .. . .. 1 ''ii-; j ,u
ine - jv-memner aeiegawqjj
was. scheduled to arrive at TocU-
men today at'5 p.m, and; will
travel to 0ojqn, wftere jthey, will
reside whfla,' on. the Isthmus.
Thele first prftctlce "sesqlqn. isfl
scheduled, fos tornorrow at al
closed; by. the sponsors oii the
tola who teat that too, large W
crowd. wUL hi&dftr; the gjrlsj prac
Headed bs Fernanda A. Maceo.
the team, will be chAfieroned by(
Claire Max- Patterson, Tn eesq
oft tnts contingent lac comprised!
of Roy.A. Richard, coach;-Mavlrf
Fisher; torett AV Smith, Yvonne!
Mi mil, oioria M. Powell, con-,
arance 15. Bettv.'Meene CR-Par-:
kms, Uriel Louise H;olnes,"OBT
LwrKod way Gloria
mnrotrec, g. KQflney, ya,cinw
ton and Oloria E. Hinds. 1
- CAmes, wil' ba playe.4 f b-pthj
SOCCER &ERIES WINNERS 'Panderjjoalum. broke loose 'last Saturday when the-IT; Army
Caribbean Latirl American All-Star. Soccer team d ef eaten, the a lhrnnir a i r wnrc t .a tin a m er.
lean. Soccer. tean 4 td S at th Fort GuUiclc Soccet field;- The fans hpisted these three mcrrf-
ua .w wic wa wuiw B4ua mo uiir stiuuiuera i fna inarcnea triumpnanuy around tne
field. Team "'member Vrliinj on the, fans, shou, Idera. aa-e-Oleft to 'right) sgt w'alier Campos,'
Pvt. 'AWatlirmdria'' Ouezada and .team cftptain, Major Radrigo' Escalante, all o Costa Rica.
(ILSL Army. Ehot.Ty Sfpl' Howard M, KriegerV
" -Wc 30c.
Bonis Trophy f
MONTREAL .U Bong, Har
vbv. os m JwoAinuw vnwwu.
wire, j fast gaining recognition, a
one of hockey' aAUma Kreatde-,
fesBemen", today wt name wtn wtn-nen
nen wtn-nen 'of the Norria Trophy, for ja
thinli straisht vear.
v The Norris trophy awarded; td
ot the bp defenses jt in tne,
tionat 1 3cls y Jwl le, u new
est ot t-r maior prizes gven 'ch
yar, T.s njis.,oni:'te. f."rth
ir it- ha .been m eomoe'iUon.
-The enl yesi: h dnt,-wiBff iw
tM.niav finiuiipd aecona. .k. tfew
Kelly, off Detroit in u voun nr
mw tporte writers snm uwmusmv
Ucyey, 32, aiao collect a $t,0D6
Iwinna frnm. Mia leailUft whfch, fill
'dul wiUV ijl alff V M
.The ton pist4 a4 rifle, marks-
18 Vfi Jnania. area, and the
U.S. Army Forces in Puerto; ica
will meet- here- this month m thd
Ikk- Anny : Caiuleu Matches'
The rifle competition is scheduled
fpi;'My 8-17' and thff PiatoL match;
es for. May 1H. -"' -""
1 Representing the Panama area
in the rifle competition wUl 1 be!
Sfc. Cecil I. Stevens. Co., K, 2Dth
Infantry; Spa K'rank X. Gcaeiv Co.
H. 20th Infantry: Sp2 Richard A.
I Kemp;Hq, .USAECAaiB; Pfc BU BU-bly
bly BU-bly Nichelson. Co.. CL 20th Infantry;
Sfc, William Mcreeiey, uo. 1, )ta
Infantry and sic., iohni white; VO;
I 2ir 1 Iniatry.;" ""i ;
For the pistol -matches, the Pa
haT t 4 r- t its-Lsfr of
!"t!- ui,ors.to IS,, wiur further eiic
niiuaoix xq come ar a later oaie,
tn lVnTimvi" Vfhile thir Mirtrtli, mrtt
ut lisr place; they have beerf rdll-
lng irt, hare? luck bat t n e y are
boand1 to'grve some of; .the,; 'otoer
teams a ronga time,,
' Corozal tookr three; points and let
Diablo' gsin' only one.' The- a n n-quished
quished n-quished with, the, master. Coffee at
the helm" went" down' to defeat de
spite. Coffee." throwing
tames. Tot, the victors.
cbor man. Sammies after tossihg.
. a 135, game in' thesecond session
cam? wrong ana pustecr me
The final standing; of the three
competing clubs-' intBe "rebetitl
concluded Atlantic Cricket com-
peuiuon nave oeen reveairwi s.
uiMv, juuouuur aj.vj points.
wanasrersr so, point and. Surrey,
& Butcb, Hewitt
emerged, ass thercnamnlon batsj-
man.' ot tne- season, oompulno ah
average 6t 41.76 to edtee his iclos-1
est "compBtttoi? 'Ken;' Griffith'
(uxcei, wno averaged 3S.X Paul Paul-Harper
Harper Paul-Harper fEjrcel.) wa third! with
27-.26S followed- by; K'. "Hammer",
uowen, (wana.) witn J4.M1 Gen-
onfled by Bowen, 5,' Harper, U,
not out?, OrrTTItl!; 48, Bnos BTOwp
45. arrtf Hewitt 48. "J: h ? r
Grirfltir'also' aggregated. ;the
most rnrls for the season, a toMI
of iw. The frjllowlmr m-ethir ad-
tMties-ot'tfie leaders 1 ta tWe
higliest game; of the, nlghf fbf! thejH. Mignoit 50
Me 'bniif tliff -me
r aaytoa lErreXation was anotn
er ar to T wine err They wok t h eicritchlow.
first 2 games quite easily but Cu-,
' ,rundu, with, Sturgea.' 213. rose up injA. mnklla.475-- 7-187 10 15.1
wrath' and won th
' g pins. Lithe of so
e last game by
nfitatl fame and
eauallf thufh on the bowling, koey
posted three "'200, games ffir a 615 f
senes. ine cnarm. circle or wu
. duded Aimed in the' last frame
.of the last game, when the. Clartto-
niU ui mut. ana seruea lor; a
SSl set- 4 -' -.
Ancon took three points the ht.l
O M R. W
2& A 114 14,
52 X-l 11 14X IX
73 tri 1Z 201 24,
R. Cac&lona 57
t m ia, 8 (ii
a 123,14 13 C5
S 81 T 1114
- 201 15. 13.40
NJSM! YORK (UPX -kaW
Infantry t "Sgt.' RT, L. 'Sbence
'School-.' SgtL C.JE.
M. SOth- Infantry
p1.' Bednart, JBrry; a;
ft i r-ctd v fc
Mav.USARGAR. Ft GuHckf PM.
limr, Co.' 120 Bifantry; pa Bott
ert 1 Baugh, Tan, cev mv; inh
faritrr, sgt. Manner aiihhq,, ixr.,
2uth Infantry:? M-Szt.. Gerald G.
lia-nilAr' wfli old.
"'I'TTOTIC warn Mxwy w-.uwu. --fW 1 T ntini.1,rin team ( whioh
The tentative: nsj 'i as fouows;
Sgt-. Emil', W?Hettgku'eo,m
oiSfr lMiffv Ct&- -T tt Amii
VVM UlflW, a. v-BVl ""1
TJSARGAR Ft. l6ulick; 8gt James
J. Hauser, Hq. and Hq.'Cwfaeth
lnfantrvi CanL Donald 4 Birgefi.
SWttt MP" Plawoir, tjnarryfleinij,
Par Bn. Soth MantW'Sfe'RceJrrt
4.-4 (a fltta
"'r.f r.TI Eora B. Davis. -t.s. "Arm v
L-S'KITC-TT-Sa nical Setvices. P,B.i Jlgt C
defeat He had allowed-
MZ&i- hrol Intoiuto. wwqo; sps aonert yt eyer;
aid Small knMkert'nnMrtnfarJ r.-i;; ttte' Chl-7P? !W.W':
the highest individual More, ielwwtet 'ih 1B4v pteJ:5fW.!!. VSiS&V
? ?L,uoTl7AtiU-. nistnl tearn whose
L"J,-iSSr mi: memhpr. incluie; Cant, ; AlJonM
MTuFZe&-WVm arrCCaBtft. S'-Chafltfs
Xa of the Pacific Cos-t T-e?Te Sgt"George, WTDawe-'Sgt. Xlfre.-
before,- eominf ty. G,f?f;
rriiriniiii.iin 'i mmpHmmmmrmMimMmmiitlllimmmmimmmmmmKi'mtia
FRlSTTllf' DOUBLF WINNER 1. Nils Linfo'rs; winner f the
50-meter and 100-meter free atvla rthi at. fw Ralhni 'Pnnl
;this.wet as also' a member, of the free style relay team
wmco. set a new u.x, mterscnoustic record during tne inter inter-.
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"Presentation Game" and atten
dant ceremonies da Sundsrv, May
12. A friendly tnneiup- matcw is
scheduled tot tomorrow, (it?.)
between the Excelsior C.C and a
Waruierexalurre tomljluatlonf 1
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do Ahnodovsr and SnS James
M6ntgomxwHl kavi f-Pana;
our. informa club lor th latei cra4 -'
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s fron midmp;rit,to 4:3,0 a,nu t
IIUJ1C by K;3 CALGIIEAVES THID!
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Elik,' a' 27-y ear-old fcfl wind w!)o
came out of the northern reaches
ot Ontario last season; to lead tne
Cleveland Barons to. the Caldcr
Con championship.- today wssc wssc-lected
lected wssc-lected as rookie-of.-he-yeer'in the
Tha oldest pleyer'ever' to win
the swarcT. Elik 4il receiva $300
league lxrrrai in taiitiwi' te we
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111 W.ATTI niaA 9S Alt nf k
eoinrihltr 90 points in the r.Dna!
tsjloting of press representatives
iatB ll league 'io.
fo 'Perch Until ;
Barwett rti Jim pavui qualify te
dsr t of the world's greatest
fptfmisti. - ;
The te employes c a Washing Washington
ton Washington "toed ci agencj. start today
ta;"t t-.-rrs sitting an a MO-fn
cafividirt wrtil tha Tnf5ftt
Sesataa 'win three slra si bs 1
.Tie $cattrs -lat iree
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V Beat the heat and wake up your appetite with a frozen
daiquiri made with deliciou f, tatty Carta Vieja Rum.
HereV all you Jiave to do: Take one teaspoonful of granu granulated
lated granulated ugar;idd tfie juice of one smalj lime, one jigger of
CARTA AEJA RUM,;and fi i
a mixer or a thaker and tnake vigorqudy; then pour, into ;
a glass just to the top, no head is required.-r. Try it today,
but be sure you use only CARJA VIEJA rum, and youll
agree it's Ihe best frozen daiquiri you ever tasted.
Straight last pterr,er.
I fAt. EIGHT '
THE rANAM AMERICAN AN IWPPMWI111T PA3LT WTWSPAWqi
gATTJRDAY, MAT 4, 1957
MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
As little as 'SI' a. month!
Or m much A yea wish j
r. O. Bar else Td. S-7MS
fan, mi, M.t.
r FOR RSNT: Vacation quart quarters
ers quarters for couple. Fram May U
ta Oct. la. Vary little rant for
responsible party. Call at
house fl-B Via Porrat.
FOR RENT: Furnished eha eha-let,
let, eha-let, 2 bedrooms; $65.00. Cam Cam-bo
bo Cam-bo Alegre 41st. atraat No. 4.
FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 services, porch, tor tor-;
; tor-; raace, dining and aitting room
v race, dining and aitting room.
No. 99 El Carman, Tol. 3SV9.
FOR RENT: Chalat at Calf
Haighta. Largo garden, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room, 3 bed bed-'
' bed-' room, 2 bathroom, maia's
room, hot wator. completely
furnished.. Contract can bo ar arranged
ranged arranged for 3 yoari. Telephone
morningi 3-2975. Evoningi, 2 2-717.
717. 2-717. FOR RENT: Unfurnished
boautiful modorn spacious res res-idanco
idanco res-idanco 15th Straot off 50th 50th-$225.00.
$225.00. 50th-$225.00. Call 34419.
FOR RENT: Furnishod, 3
badroom'a chalat (scraanad).
All convonioncos. 14 Via Be-
FOR RENT: Ona bad room
chalat, (ivlng room, kitchon,
bathroom, garage, M0 squae
meters yard, wall situited.
Moderate ront. Phono 3-3438.
FOR RENT: Boautiful cha chalat
lat chalat thra bodrooms, two bath bath-rooms,
rooms, bath-rooms, living room, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, porch, kitchon and gar garaga.
aga. garaga. Phono 3-3904.
Rosorvo NOW. Inoxponsivo
satisffing vacations, Santa
Clara Beach. Shrapnal'a fur fur-nlshad
nlshad fur-nlshad houses. Phono Balboa
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
I beach heese. Ono mile past Ca-
siao. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Ocoaroldo Cottages
Santa Clara. Bax 1190 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 3-1673. r
FOR RENTt Furnished room
Inquire "Flax Horrors'' No.
9J6 apartmant 15 third floor.
WASHINGTON (UP) H J gn gn-ranking
ranking gn-ranking administration officials to today
day today called "groundless" Secretary
of Defense Charles K. Wilson's
fears that the government will end
this year in the red.
They said they expect savings in
several government departments
and agencies to offset increased
military spending. At the moment,
they said, they see no reason why
the government will not end this
fiscal year June 30 with a surplus
close to the $1,700,000,000 Presi President
dent President Eisenhower forecast last Jan-
Wilson told reporters Thursday
that the Budget Bureau and Treas Treasury
ury Treasury Department are "worried
abot our increase" in spending.
He said they fear the increased
spending might unbalance the
budget for fiscal 1957.
Because of increased costs, the
Defense Department expects to
spend some $1,400,000,000 more
than its 36 billion dollar budget.
This would cut the surplus to a
glim 300 million dollars.
But one of the administration's
top budgeteers said savings in
mutual security spending, the out outlays
lays outlays by the export-import .bank,
the federal national mortgage as association
sociation association and various other agen agencies
cies agencies would about offset the higher
To Finance Sales
WASHINGTON, Hay 4 (UP)
Thj .use Agriculture Committee
voted today to let farmers estab establish
lish establish a check-off system similar to
that used by some labor anions
to collect dues.
The money would be used for a
nation-wide campaign to encour-
ate consumers to cat more meat.
The bill would allow producer
orsanhtationa to deduct 10 cents
pe.- head for cattle aod fire cents
ver head for sheep, lamb and
oogs from sale proceeds At stock
Any fanner' b didnt want to
help fiatoee the co-called -sett-
kelp meat promotio program
could get his money back, ptwid-i
ed ho requested tt u writing wiuua
We always have a complete
stock of rerfertioa KereeeB
Steves and replacement parts
2! 1C9 Central, Calidor.ta
ATTENTION, O. I.I Just bulk
Madam furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold wator.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnishod a a-partmanta
partmanta a-partmanta on Via Porras, No.
120, ovorlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, bosido Roosevelt Thee Thee-tro.
tro. Thee-tro. Talapono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partmant,
partmant, a-partmant, ano bodroom, hot
watar, $60.00. J. F. do la Ossa
' Avonuo Riqui Building, facing
Firostono. Phono 2-3331.
FOR RENT: 3 bodroom
completely furnishod apart apartment
ment apartment (2 bodrooms kfrcondi kfrcondi-tioned),
tioned), kfrcondi-tioned), t baths, screens, hot
wator, -linens, dishes. Boll
Vista. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR RENT: Ono bedroom
apartment, 14 stroot Parquo
Lafavro, furnishod or unfurn unfurn-ishod.
ishod. unfurn-ishod. Tol. 2-4655.
FOR RENT: Furnishod a a-partmant,
partmant, a-partmant, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot wator. Phono 2 2-2504.
2504. 2-2504. .FOR RENT: Furnishod or
unfurnishod 1 bodroom mod modorn
orn modorn apartmant, garaga, 161
Via Belisario Porras,
FOR RENT: Modorn apart apartmant,
mant, apartmant, ono bodroom. Second
Avonuo and Via Porras Na. 32-'
FOR RENT: Site occupied
by "Distribuidora Hispans Me Me-xicana."
xicana." Me-xicana." Corner of Cuba Ave Ave-nuo
nuo Ave-nuo and 32nd. Street oast, mar
new Banco Nacional. Phono 3 3-3443
3443 3-3443 FOR RENT: Commercial
ftto, suitoblo for offices, flow flower
er flower shop, Pheto-etudio, etc. Jus Juste
te Juste Arosomene Avonuo, eppo.
site "Maria Inmaculada." In In-quira
quira In-quira Almacen Rhode, Phono
.... ft j
'J WASHTNOTflSr i
.uerense cnarleo t Wilson', on
w Wvu(vBhJiy VI
y .a. cnamber, of Commerce cri criticism
ticism criticism of defense (pending-v-
. "AfV frlenrla In fh- tto rv..
ber of Commerce, they represent
auui vi iue ricnesi people In
wis country And they have nev never
er never been more prosperous, and
for-them to squawk so much a-
DOUt th hllflD't. crlva. m.
W ismmf n m :
Sarnoff. nr1HTit nf tvi. u.
tional Broadcasting; Co., predict-1
uk uie con or coior, teief
vision sets soon will be within
the reach of everyone:
"As the quantity goes up, the
cost goes down."
NEW YORK Gambler Frank
Costello to theatrical agent Wil William
liam William Kennedy after an assail assailant's
ant's assailant's bullet creased costello's
"Somebody tried to get me,
Get a doctor.
WASHINGTON FBI Direc Director
tor Director J. Edgar Hoover charging
that peddlers of obscene litera literature
ture literature are contributing to the ris rising
ing rising rate of sex crimes:
"It would be naive to assume
that there's no relation between
the mounting deluge of such
filth and the Increase In sex
tt rn rum x iiiu. ucui rc i
ftVUW, D1UWU, LlllCMCU sex
murderer of two women, in de denying
nying denying that he killed two Chicago
sisters in a similar crime:
"I've already confessed to two
Indiana murders and I know I'm
going to burn for them. Why
shouldn't I confess to more?'
C. iCobert Bowen will present
the second of two consecutive
talks at the Unltarisn Society's
Sunday morning services tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow moraing at 10:30, using as
his source of reference Earl
Morse Wilbur's two-volume work,
History oi uniiananum."
Heading the Department of
Social Sciences at Balboa Junior
College, Bowen is well qualified
to interpret History and needs bo
introduction to local audience.
The period currently beine- stud'
led is that following the emer emergence
gence emergence of Europe from the Dark
Ages, with the Protestant Refor Reformation
mation Reformation as bexkground, except as
Its leaders played as active part
In the destiny of the DtUe
group of religious liberals then
eTtdvin in Transylvania, (now
Hungary) and Poland.
It was these liberals, a number
of whom died championing the
cause of tmmaa rights, who laid
the foundation for the move-
' ment to be knows as "unitarian
t Interested persons are Invited
to the services and the subee subee-qoeot
qoeot subee-qoeot coffee and dlscasslon hour.
Address Is 362 Ancon Boulevard,
la Ancon. .
LEAVK TOVB AD WITH ONB Of-OU AGKNTS Olt OU OFFICES At 1S-S7 "IT ftm, FANAMA LDREMA FKECIADO-1 Street He.' 1 A'cBNCIAS
INTERN AJU OK PUBUCACIONES No, 3 Lottery Plea CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 tOURDES rHARMACY 182 Xa Cerresqullle o FARMACIA LOM-
iHui tumt uniaianv iih nf jiv Tim. J. i n. I.r.wiA KKRVICE Ave. Ttvnll N. 1 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 14S Central Ave;
FARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue o HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE Fe.
VAN-DEB-JI8 M Street No. S3 O FARMACIA EL BATUBRO Fune Cefc
the Bella Viita Xheatxo.
IFOR SALE: 1952 Dodge Sie Sierra
rra Sierra Station Wagon, 4 door.
Good condition, AH extras,
$750. Call. Ft. Clayton 413V
FOR SALE: Mercury 1952
Clack, Radio now batter and
tires very good condition only
S800. Call Cristobal 1342.
FOR SALE: 1949 four door
Oldmesbilo Including ono year
insurance. Excellent transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. $275.00. House1 2H Lo.
Rios, San Miguel Place. Phone
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
4 door sedan. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Leaving. JFirst $1595. $1595.-Automatic
Automatic $1595.-Automatic shift. Will trade
cheap car.' Phono Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE: -1948, 4-door
Chevrolet, good condition,
runs beautifully. $250.00. Call
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford V I,
i Customlino 4-door- with radio.
Excellent condition. Tel. 2-4414
(or- House 5337-C, Pavis St.
FOR SALE: -. 1953 Blue Ply-,
; mouth Suburban, low mileage,
excellent condition, Call Fort
Amador, 5287. f
FOR SALE: 195 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane V-8, 4-door with radio.
Perfect condition,' $1,150. Call
2-1127 or House 5343-A Diablo-
FOR SALE: Or trade 195
Ford 4-door pass. Station
Wagon V-8 Ford-O-matic pow power
er power steering, priced to sell Tel.
87-4194 or see at. Arts. 419 A
FOR 'SALE: 1949 Cadillac,
4-door sedan. Tel. Balboa 2-
vFOR SALE: 1950, 2-door,
hydramatic Pontioc Silvor-streak-S
with radio, duty paid.
Phono Balboa 241.
JFOR' SALE: 1-1955 Chevrolet.
'4-door sedan, 1 owner low mile mile-.
. mile-. 9, -'Oxcellonf. condition. ToL
Balboa 2417 Huso 2245-A.
' fOR SALEf 4 floor new Brit Brit-Tin
Tin Brit-Tin Consul car 1957 Canal Zon
X resident. Reasonable. P h O no
V Panama 2-191.
FOR SALE:- Chevrolet Do
Luxe, 47, good condition, 4 dr.,
good tires, ideal 2nd. car, $295.
Including insurance. Balboo 3 3-234.
234. 3-234. FOR SALE: -Buick Special
' Deluxe '51, two tone, excellent
condition. Radio, 3 now tires.
FOR SALE: 1951, 2-door se sedan,
dan, sedan, Mercury. Strict mainten maintenance
ance maintenance ell ways. $550. Phono Bel Bel-boa
boa Bel-boa 377 nights to 7.
FOR SALE: -1955 Chevrolet
210 four door sedan, radio, tw
tone. Excellent condition.
House 504 Ancon. Phono 2-1173.
FOR SALEf 1954 Buick Ri Riviera,
viera, Riviera, new tiros, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, price $149540. 45 B
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan. Call 84-4289. May
bo seen at 841-A Ft. Kobbo.
FOR SALE: Make an offer,
1947 Oldsmebile. May bo seen
at Bldg. 350 Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE: -195 Lincoln 4
door. Msy be seen at 508 Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu tts. 4-( o'clock.
FOR SALE: 195S OMsrno OMsrno-bile
bile OMsrno-bile 88, 4 dr. sedan. 24,008
miles. Phono 82-219 or 82-2101
... JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for ratea and Information
TeL Panasna 8-4553
I TRANSPOimS BAXTER, S. A.
' Pecker SMpeera Movers
P 2-2 4 5 1 22 5 ( 2
. Learn RSomg at
PANAMA RIDIN6 SCHOOL
i Ridiat Jewae Claeees daily
S ta 5 gvaa. Pkoao 2-2451
TMEsT flfwJPw) J"av
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IX. SCBOU. treteee
FOR SALE: Female Spring Springer
er Springer Spaniels,.- beautiful pots.
FOR SALE: AKC regiter regiter-ed
ed regiter-ed Cocker Spaniel puppies,
weeks old. Coll Kobbo 5140.
FOR SALE: Small waver
Spinet piano, first class condi condition.
tion. condition. -$225.00.. Phone 'Balboa
FOR SALE: Remington
' Wingmastor 12 Ga. pump. Full
choke, model 870, new. 2; s0
: fishing reels, Ponn senator and
pfluogor templor, polo. Phono
FOR SALE: Siamese kittens
beautifully healthy and cheap
$35.00 ea. 2. males, 3 mo. old
Call Coco Solo 555.
FOR SALE: Piano Upright
154" high weber heater and
bench, excellent tone and con condition
dition condition $175.00. Refrigerator
Wostinghouso 1.5. cu. ft. Frost (
free. Excellent condition, new
oQ cycle unit with one year
guarantee $15.00. Wanning
machine spindrior new eO : cy cy-clo
clo cy-clo with one year gurante
$35.00 Tel. 3-3213 Margarita.
FOR SALS: Hammocks ex ex-tra
tra ex-tra sizes embroidered in dK-
feront colors. Bargain. Tel. J- r
4349 from 7 p.m.,
FOR SALE- Solid maple,
bodroom sot $200.00, 2. chests
of drawora, double bed, vanity
and bench. Mast bo soon to be
appreciated 5438-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: AKC registered
1 1-2 year old female (spayed)
boxer. $50. Call Mr. Allan 3;
FOR SALE: One govon u u-bic
bic u-bic foot 1 44 Philco rotrigor.
tor, ono three door wardrobe,
ono centrum and RCA four
band radio, all in good condi condi-No,
No, condi-No, 1 Pueblo Nuev any time.
FOR SALE: Hammend e e-lectrie
lectrie e-lectrie organ, Spinet model.
Perfect condition, $1075..i Call
Albrook 3207. ,f t
FOR SALE: Girl's eat. 10-
X 12; perfect condition, luo
' $15.00. Movie Camera Kodak
g mm.; good condition-' $30.00,
. Tol. Balboa 2494.. , A
FOR SALE: Barber' chair
and two mirrors $25.00. Par Par-ejuo
ejuo Par-ejuo Lofovro 7th. St. No. 13.
r ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO t
; BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
Leaking CAB Info
Oh AUine Deal
WASHINGTON CUP Sen. Hen-
rv M. Jackson (D-Wash.) said to
day "there is a stronc fincer of
susDicion". uointing to a high Civil
Aeronauucs uosra omciai as tne
source of a leak of secret infor
mation.. ..-? -.3-
The Official. Ksymond Sawyer.
former executive director of the
board, told the Senate Investigat
ing Subcommittee Thursday he
"categorically" denied under oath
that he leaked information about
the secret award of a profitable
route to Northeast Airlines.
The subcommittee this morning
summoned for questioning Mer Mer-vin
vin Mer-vin Bagan, assistant to board
member Harma D. Denny, and
Milton Shapiro, a concord, N.H.,
real estate man who bought Nortn-
esst shares on the day of the
Evidence showed Shapiro bought
500 shares of Northeast, stock
early last Aug. 3 the day of the
leak. -Shapiro bought the stock at
9 the second lowest purchase
price of tne esy.
Northeast stock climbed through
the diy in a flurry of trading.
- Laurence Henoerson. an sirune
consultant, told the subcommittee
Thuradav that Sgwyer was. "the
only possible source" of the in-
xormauoa eeuie uvus iu.i i. a
ared out for himseu. ;
Jackson said "There is a strong
finetw oT susmcioo to Mr, saw
yer BS to ine source w um
no law waa rouiea id mc icae.
Tlio nohr oossible penalty is dis
missal or other disciplinary action
hw ft Ha ViAartL --'
Now aa assistant director of
par air narrations. Sawyer ac-
knowlfdired to the subcommittee
that he was in the v-ab room on
k. irht nf.Aos. 2 when the
board voted J-to-2 to give the New
York-Miarai run to wonneasu
Ha said he leu lae, room ooce
im mm the rest room but dented
wa rmUni onvooe uien, later uai
Bighj or the next day.
WILD BOfeE. Wis. Mar 4
(UP) volunteer gardeners of
Wild Rose Will rore soou vne
town today la a community
project to plant 1,200 roses
la Osm Ave. M. 41 o FOTO DOMY Jiute Areeemeue Ave. end 13 St. rAJUUua
T Street O FARMACIA ."SAS" Via rorrw 111 O NOVDADES ATHIS Bedde
, . ''
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: ,1950 Lincoln
engine' model '-r 8ELB ". over overhauled
hauled overhauled and- In A-1 condition.
Ready for installation. Can bo
soon In operation. Phono Al Albrook
brook Albrook 84-3101. ,:
FOR SALE; 14 Foot Cabin
Cruiser No.' 827 completely o o-ejuipped.
ejuipped. o-ejuipped. Power steering; re remote
mote remote controls -25 h.p. Evin Evin-rudo
rudo Evin-rudo sloeps twoi Can be seen
at Tarpon Club Docks. Tel. 3 3-3237.
3237. 3-3237. ex.- '
FOR SALEf Lovely modern
homo with or without oriental
decor and furnishings. Hot
water, garden, interior and
exterior terrace, double gar garage,
age, garage, living room, drawing
room, largo electric kitchon, 4
bedrooms, 3 baths, maid's
quarters separate, ocean view,
exclusive residential are. Tel.,
WANTED: 3 Panamanian
youngaldies from the interior
seeks employment with Canal,
Zone family. Please call Hotel
Colombia, phono 2-0820. .-J,
RANTED: American fami family
ly family desires 4-5 bodroom unfurn unfurn-ishod
ishod unfurn-ishod house with garden in res residential
idential residential district. Call Panama
WANTED: By ,North Amari Amari-can
can Amari-can family,; maid for general
housekeeping.. Apply 119,. 12th
St., Paitilla.'-.i ,t;
Gary Sox Slayer
Ho. GrL-hes E:r
CROWN POINT. .Tnd. fUP.
Authorities today said tl.ey 'wore
satisfied an admUted sex slayer of
two Gary women had no part In
the.- murder of two Chicago sis sisters,
ters, sisters, despite the suspect's appa-r
ent willingness to c o n f o s s the
cnmes,Tr. v v:-i. .V',
However.Xak County. Ind.. au
thorities said the diminutive Gary
stedworker. -G serge Robert
Brown, zs,. suu laeea questioning
about the' IMS murder of Mrs.
Mary -Cheever; 44, a Gary schoo
teacher. ;,-.y's :
Chicago police said the' Gary
slayings did not match" the pat
tern of the murders of Barbara
Grimes, 15, and her sister, Fatri-
cia. 13. whose nuoe bomes were
found in a ditch near Chicago last
Jan., 22. .-
L4, garner oeeiey, neaa oi um-
csso aetecaves, saia mere' was
no point in giving Brown a Ms de detector
tector detector test in the murder of the
But Brown said he was willing
to "take a test on any Chicago
crime." ; .;
Tve already confessed to two
Indiana murders and I know, i n
loins to burn for them." he said.
"Why anouion t i c o n i e s s to
Earlier. Brown aamittea tne
. of North -:
9 It also U
" -Heel y
1 J Iduca tional :
11 Ampbitb eater
14 Boot flnlal tt
I Sicker :
tl Noise -.
8 Pigeon pee
65 Bitter vetch
1 One time
8 Lanky J
3 Mend, as .
8 Native metal
L 4 Legal point:
' 8 Hurry
IS Sacred bull
24 rather or
1 17 River Wet
29 Goddess of
28 Pertaining te
, the Andes
i32 First woman
t City ta The
38 Nasal reflex
45 Cover. -;
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North Carol ma Moon
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FOR SALE: '"-Bamboo living
room sot. light mahogany.,'
: modern dining room sot, RCA
Console, Wostinghouso alun-
dremat, 4 hp power lawn lawn-mower.
mower. lawn-mower. Phone Amador 5193-
Cello 4 East between Via Po Porras
rras Porras and 50th, St.
FOR SALE:- Maple bedroom
suite, Hollywood, bcx spring
6nd mattress. Mirror ; arid 2
drossers. Proyoctor, sound, 14
mm.' excellent condition. TeU
Fort Culick 88-519.
FOR SALE! Leaving. Must
soli: Living room set, with -custom
slip covers $150; End
tables, $25 pr. Coffee table,!
- $15; CBS. .Television 21" Con Con-.
. Con-. solo, 9 mos. old, (25-40 cycle),
$225; desk and choir, $50;
Living room mirror $25; hrakv
fast st, Chrome, $40; Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Twin Bods; $40 ,v each; -Frlgidaire,
9' (25, cycle) $50;
domestic electric sowing ma machine
chine machine with buttonholer, $100; ';
, Living room lamps, $5 each,
floor lamp $5. House 528-B -Diablo
TeL Balboa 4284..
FOR SALE: 2 berf frames,
2 springs, 1 inner spring mat mattress,
tress, mattress, all $50.00. Youth bod,
cotton mattress, $25.00. Qtrs.
3024-B NAD. Phone Nsvy 3479.
FOR SALE: MaheganyW MaheganyW-room,
room, MaheganyW-room, boautiful hand carved
liquor cabinet, dining and liv living
ing living room, many other picea
' of furniture, carved Chinese
chest, Leonard freezer, auto automatic
matic automatic Ironing machine. "Gladi "Gladi-ren",
ren", "Gladi-ren", 40 cycles, Ascot water
heater and Tappan gas stove,
everything In excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, owner leaving. Call Tel.
3-0932 or 2-3012. '
. FOR SALE: It pieces Chin.
oso -carved dining room Sot.
Intricately carved black e e-'!
'! e-'! bony Chinese living room set.
.Genuine entiquo Chinese bar
and other' Chinese ; furniture
Tel. 2-2542, Panamb. ..
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Ginger Rogers, 45,
Seeks To Divorce ;
HOIXYWOOD. Mar 4 (UP)
Actress Ginger Kogers, 45, an
nounced today She planned to
divorce her-. 20-year-old- French
actpr husband, Jacques Bergerae,
on grounds ef mental cruelty;
Miss Rogers and Bergerae were
married at Plam Springs, Calif.,
ea Feb. Tr 153 .It was her rourtn
mamago. ana uerjerac s nrst.
Miss Rogers gsld' Bergerae had
moved from their Beverly Hilts
home and had-rented a house in
nesrby BelrAir. She said she
would begin tne oivorce action
"Jacques and I have tried to
work out our nroblems. We have
riven it everv ODoortunitv. 4 but
unfortunately this Is the only step
to take, he blonde star earn.
rape-murders of a Gary beauti
cian, $ Mrs. Helen Gngonis. 30,
lsst Ausust and of Lana Brock. 16,
who was buried alive a month
The two victims wero'iburied
half a mUe apart in the. lonely
sand dunes area near uary.
Answer to Previous Purde
27 Smooth -.
29 Always 1
47 Rendered fat
' i of swine
44 It baa an
of 5J.T1I ;
. square aauea i
assistant 'i',f High in
SI Require : stature
14 Xxclsmatioa SI rVotuboreneo I
of Mtisfactioe- 31 Mix i
40 Biblical Sllteraltios.
prophet' -- saUnweU.
41 Showy iowor ST Note tn
41 Diners v Guido's scale
44 Ire...,., 1 84 Century feb.)
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English Spanish stonograpr stonograpr-r,
r, stonograpr-r, apply by Utter te Apertade
12 Panama.. --.,.
The best dinners end drinks
: ore served in our modorn eir eir-conditionod
conditionod eir-conditionod cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-sa
sa "Pla-sa I, do Mayo -
Specialists In Television, HI-FI,
. Radio, Phonograph, Transmit
' tors, receivers, end all elee-y
tronic equipment. Service calls
$2.50. Call by 7:00 p.m.. for
same dsy service. All work
guaranteed. Phono U.S. Tolovj.
sien Panama 2-4414.
hAt.t. of FAMER Mrs. Isabel Jerram" TecoiTes official reo-'
V oghltlon for her untiring services : at Fort Kobbo as she la
presented-wltn a document oy.tjoi. rxsnx. jj. mer, pum, wm wm-mander,
mander, wm-mander, jmnounrtnglier errtrance Into the Fort KobbevHall
of Fame.' (U.S. Army Photo) : i ? r ;
v ,Thl Jerram. who in her
three-years, of residence at Fort
Kobbe has contributed immeasur-.
ably to the social ana omciai oi oi-thm
thm oi-thm nnst' was this week of
ficially recognised as a member of
th Kobbe Hall of Fame. A spe spe-ii
ii spe-ii ovrtificata nresented hy Col.
Frank D. Miller, post commander,!
commemorated tne occasion. - i
shnrtlv aftM- her arrival at Fort
Wnhha. in 19S4. MrS. JeTTSm be-j
came chairman of the telephone!
committee of the Fort Kobbe Of -ficrt
Wives' Club. Ffom there
she proceeded to the time-consum
ing Job of post ainan presiueni.
"I gamed quite a on irum u ex experience
perience experience Mrs. Jerram stated.
After leaving the role of pree-j
ident, Mrs. Jerram became dutan
brienns officer., a rois sne nas
held ever since.
" In addition came the job of sec-j
retary of the kindergarten depart
ment la use, ana en airman oz tne
20th Infantrv Officer's Wives or-i
ganizatiin. "This tola I especially
cninved.". Mrs. Jerram reDorted.
-Participation as a member : of
the post chapel board and as di
rector of the Frotestant junior
choir have kept Mrs. Jerram bu busy
sy busy both last year and this year.
Moye To Extradite
Murder Suspect :
DETROIT. May 4 (UP) Judge
Miles M. Culebaa today postponed
the bearing on Gov. g. Meonon
V'illiams order te extradite I
Ewina Scott to California to face
charges of murder, forgery and
Culehan said the federal gov-l
ernment bad the responsibility to
extradite Scott. -They ; started tt.
IK them finish it," be said.
He Dostpooed the bearing on
Williams' order until May s, com
meriting that he could not odtfer-j
stand wny Williams "wouu even
consider issuing this order. i
California wants Scott returned
to face charges of murdering his
wife. Assistant Los Angeles Coun County
ty County District Attorney Albert Aiar Aiar-coa
coa Aiar-coa said California would besr
the exoense of extraditing Scott.
The state had asked federal an-
V h, K)r ttt ttnAirf the.
lrtnff-miMine Seott. He wss esught!
in Windsor, Ont April 18 as Be
trit ta reenter -Cacsda after:
buyir.g a cat.
WANTED:" Able bodied
man to crew en yocht leaving 1
for, United States early May...
Experience unnecessary. Stops
at San Bias; 'Jamaica,. Baha Bahamas.
mas. Bahamas. Call F.T. Birdoell: office
12-5190. home W-714.;
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
v Adults tw Teenagere P rot eons
-Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn, r ".' '.-i
CLASSES Spanish classes,
private, or group,: given ,, by.
Mrs. Scott, experienced teach teacher.
er. teacher. 3-0782.
- Learn .Spanish1 with. Mrs. Re
- mere's Conversational System,", y
beginners and advanced .pi ;
pile. Lessons: Mornings,, after- s j
. noons and evenings. 4th. efJu-
1 ly Avenue T 1-352, In front of
Connected with- musie- groups la
the past, she wss especially happy
to rturn to choral work. Mrs. Jer-:
ram collaborated with Mrs. Peggy
Miller to compose Christmas Car Carol,
ol, Carol, written especially for children.
She has accomplished other -composing
in her spare time.' ,
' u v '! '
Referring to: her ehorai work
Mrs. Jerram aaid that "each choir
differs but this one has bee. out outstanding
standing outstanding in one respect: fortunate--ly
there are always interested par parents,
ents, parents, but never have I met as ma many
ny many parents who have shown such
genuine interest in the children's
choral music. This interest has
bad a definite bearing," sha add add-ed,
ed, add-ed, ""on the success of the choir." :
Christmas of last year found the
Hall of Fame member even, busier i
than usual She was program di-
rctor of the children's Christmas f
party, in charge of the provisional
battalion Christmss program, and
for the Officers Wives Club Christ i
mas program she formed end pro- t
sented a special choral group at
the request of chib president,. Mrs.
L.C. Wood. :-."-r.-
Mrs. Jerram and her husband,
Capt. Jerrald M. Jerram, compa company
ny company commander of the 20th Infan
try s service company, met In mga
school ia Nelson,. British Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. The Jerrams, who have bee
married 12 years, have three chil children:
dren: children: Vance, 8; JerryL 6; and Va Valeria,
leria, Valeria, 3. In August the Jerrsms will
leave. Fort Kobbe for California.
'1 hav enkryed say activities at
Fort Kobbe,"vMrs. Jerram stated
ia summing up her accomplish
merits. "It's a wonderful post
which to work. All the people with
whom I've heen sssocisted have
been most congenial, and any work
that I've tried to do has always
been deeply appreciated.''. t
British Freighter ;
In Brooklyn Berth
Blazes; None Hurt
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NEW YORK XT A pre-dawt
fire today swept two holds ef I
British freighter berthed ia Brock
None ef the crew was reports
, in Tared.
Cosrt Gusrd crsrl' Jo-ned eh
fjhcs S'M land bss-4 fret
in baUhrg the thrpe-sinn k.af
So the frt'iV.er Msaipur.
SATURDAY, MAT 4, 1957
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rivale Power Dam
)n Hell's Canyon
rks Harry Truman
' i WASHINGTON. May 4 (UP) -ormer
President Truman ac ac-bsed
bsed ac-bsed the Eisenhower administra-
lon today of "messing up'1 the
lellS Canyon Dam site and. de
riving the oublic of vine
tull benefit" ;of its water poten
He said it was "outrageous" for
he administration to grant per-
hission to the pnvatejy ownea
' daho Power Co. to build three
tw dams on the Snake River on
he Idaho-Oregpn border. He sun sun-torted
torted sun-torted pending legislation to build
I high federal dam at Hells Can Canto.
to. Canto. I PRIVATE POWER DAM
Of Zone Schools
To Attend Parley
Sigurd E. Esser, superintendent
of the Division of Schools will leave
he Canal Zone Tuesday night by
plane for Washington, D. C. to at attend
tend attend a three day conference of
the Chief State School officers can.
ed by L. G. Derthick, .new Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner of Education',
Waits 'Summer Recess End
King Saud Uncovers Assassin
Gang Working For Egyptians
E: the-Electric Consumers, Infor Infor-ation
ation Infor-ation Committee, also denounced
hi administration order giving the
bmpany "tax write t off" pnvi-,
" tges in construction of the dams.
'. This, said, "will naye the
Iime effect s giving the Idano
ower Co. a big interest-free loan
t the expense of the taxpayeK."
; Truman leveled the Wast t 1h
Mnistration power policies toon
ffter hia arrival here for m three three-lay
lay three-lay meeting of Democratic party
tadera- to map plant for the 195S
Together with approximately 50
otner cniei Mate &cnou onicers
from all over the United States and
members of the Office of Eduea
tion administrative staff, Eqseri
has been invited to discuss vari
ous aspects of the total program
of the office as they are related to
the work of the several divisions.
During the conference, recom recommendations
mendations recommendations will be made not only
concerning the program of the Of-;
a meeting ice oi .caucauon oui aiso T,ne le
gislative program that has oeen
proposed by the organization.
Esser expects to return to
Isthmus Saturday. During his ab
sence, R. W. Collinge, 'assistant su
perintendent and director of ele
mentary education, will act as su
MADISON, Wis., May 4 (UP) (UP)-Fohtical
Fohtical (UP)-Fohtical observers believed today
that state law requirements for
special election made it unlikely
that a successor to Sen. josepn
B.- McCarthy would, be chosen, be
fore Congress adjourned, for: tne
summer. 0 r
ReDublican Gov. Vernon Thorn
sonwas expected to set the date
for the election sometime next
week. State Republican Chairman
Fhiup u. Auehn said today mom
soh would not issue any statement
until after McCarthy' funeral
Wisconsin law. requires that Uie
sovemor call special election to
nil a venatorm vacancy, me gov
ernor is not empowered to fill an
unexpired term by appomtireat.
A special election must be held
not less than 53 days nor more
than 70 days after it is called.
A primary must be held lour
weeks betore' the election and
nomination papers filed 18 days
before the primary. Otherwise Mc McCarthy's
Carthy's McCarthy's vacant seat could not be
filled until the 1W general .elec .elections.
tions. .elections. ."Eisenhower Republican" Wal-
the ter Kohler, three times governor
r RICES: .75 .4
Shows :,1:M, t:45, 4:41,
line... alone on
a Pacific Island
...the BMriae who
had been thru hell
..and Sister Angela
with her supreme
I faith in t if
I Cod! S
. JO CfNTUtYOX
Doodles By Dulles
Bring Offers 1
Of $5 And More
b. wb .. w TJP22 Doodles 5- 3bm5a
vBONN. Germany (UP) Auto-I
grapn hunters offered as much as
IS today for note pad doodles
made by U.S. Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles at Thursday s
opening meeting of the NATO
Council. The sketches, picked up
by cleaning porters, included Ihe
Republican Party elephant and
German Chancellor Konrad Ade Adenauer's
nauer's Adenauer's profile.
and a Droved vote-setter. twas re
garded as the leading Republican
McCarthy had been preparing
hit' campaign for a third term in
the expectation that Kohler would
be his chief opponent. i
Other GOP'Dossibilities wree for
mer Republican Representative
Glenn Davis, 42, of Waukesha,
who tried unsuccessfully to un unseat
seat unseat Sen. -Alexander Wiley last
year, and LU G o v. Warren
KmnwlM. '''' '
Three Democrats mentioned as
their party's leading canamates
were William Proxmire, a three three-time
time three-time loser in the race for gover governor.
nor. governor. Rep. Henry Reuss, of Mo
oters, included Ihe wauxee, ana ataie aeiu uajrwiu
Observers said the Republican
candidate probably would be fa
THE TALK OF THE TOWN! f
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vored to win as the GOP long has
controlled most state offices and
congressional seats. However, the
Democrats have gained strength
in recent years.
Senate Paid Tribute
The Wisconsin v Senate paid trib trib-ut
ut trib-ut to the late senator today with
a standing vote v of condolence.
Four Democraic niembers did
not stand. '.
Lt. Gov. Knowles appointed a
state Senate delegation of six Re
publicans and one Democrat to at
tend the funeral, j
- The Rev. Donovan' Palmauist. a
Lutheran minister,, eulogized Mc-j
cany in prayer in both nouses ool
against communism- and a defend
er of free speech.
He prayed that a "God-fearing
servant" will be elected to fill Mc
Carthy's place and ; "continue to
protect and preserve the rights of
this free country,"
For Police Bikes
MILAN, Italy, May 1 4 UP)-
smDarrassed autnormes' searched
today for thieves who. stow five
police bicycles in one month in
the nearby town of "Sesto San
Giovanni. :. v
The latest theft was "reported
yesterday by policeman Mario de
Ligios. His bicyele vanished from
the parking lot where he had left
it before going on traffic duty. ;
, ' 1 1 i i i. r i in,.
LONDON. May 4 C (UP)
Per Prebensen gave diplomats
here his own definition of a dip
lomat; v v'?v
"A diplomat' Is a rarson who
i tries to solve comDllcated prob problems
lems problems which would never: have
arisen If -there had been no' dip
Angry $yri:n Crowd
Roughs Up American
DAMASCUS. 8yria, May 4
(UP Angry crowds today
rmisrhed nn an American mews-
man trying to record their shouts
against the v Eisenhower aoc
The demonstrations were In
connection with by-electlons re
parried is a test of the govern
ment'a policy of "leaning to the
A youth' tried to grab a tape
recorder away from Welles Han-
gen of the Nationa Broadcast Broadcasting;
ing; Broadcasting; Company while he was ob-
serving the vote at one polling
f Other :people crowded around
Hangen who finally had to hand
the recorder to a. policeman.
In the struggle. Hangen's
clothes were torn and his note
book: taken, i
For Sobles, Albam
NEW YORK,' May 4 (UP-Seo-
tencmg of confessed spies Jack
and Myra Soble and Jacob Albam
was postponed today until June
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Soble ,. his wife, Sgand1 Al Albam,,
bam,, Albam,, 5,7aU of New York City,
had pleaded guilty to conspiring
to obtain documents vital to the
national defense tot transmission
to toe. Soviet Union.
II ... ... ... ... .
; The three had been scheduled to
be sentenced today, but covern-
ment ana defense counsels agreed
on tne postponement j. f
Seat Of Trouble
TALLAHAS8BS, Fia- May 4
(UP) State Ren. Sam Gibbons
figures either western Union
made a slip or the -sender of a
telegram he got is a very frank
The telegram urged Gibbons to
"vote against a sales tax on au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles as automobile are too
necessary for our. way of loving.
Additional NY Detectives Search
For Gunman : Who Shot hX Costello
NEW YORK, May 4 (UP)-Sixty
additional detectives were thrown
into the search today for the gun gunman
man gunman whose bullet wounded gam
bler Frank Costello yesturday In
a shooting which police feared
I would touch off a wave of fang-
land killings. A , :
Costello. who" onee was called
the prime minister of the under underworld,
world, underworld, nursed his head wound in
tha seclusion of his apartment on
Central Park West. Doctors said
the csmbler missed death by as
inch. The bullet fired from am
bush when Costello entered the
lobby apparently was deflected by
his hatband. It cut a groove in
the gambler's scalp and smashed
into the lobby roof. :
Costello, 86, insisted under ques questioning
tioning questioning that he did not see the
U1L husky gunman who preceded
him into the lobby from a sedan
parked outside. The gunman, ap apparently
parently apparently convinced that he had
killed Costello, did not wait for a
second shot Brandishing the gun,
he raced past tha doorman and a
friend who had accompanied Cis-1
tells home ia a taxi and Jumped
inta the sedan. v
"I have no enemies.' Costello
tod police under questioning.
It was believed to have been
the firi -time oosteilc ntd oeen
shot at in his long criminal career.
Police feared th underworld
anight ge wifthe gunman before
sugnt go to lot kunitian before
they did. Detective Chief James
of persons quesuoaea in ui snoov snoov-iag
iag snoov-iag because they might become
! tarjeis for sasjiand grns,
i -A Btiwhcr et po?ib!a me1hes
' eootrocied po"e. So siht
bl?ved Ceusl'e may aava b'
thit bo luiSht give suUtonacs in information
formation information to eseapo deportatSon.
Others speculated that ht may
have been Involved la the current
paroia Manual eer the releaae of
fish market racketeer Joseph
(Socks) Lanza from &mg Sng.
Costello served a year ia Jail
lor contempt of Congress, sod he
is free oa $25,000 bail pending a
ruling on the legality of his five-
year, sentence in 1954 for tax
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BEIRUT. Lebanon Mav 4
(UP) Informed sources and
some dlDlomata hr ynrim1
full belief today in the accuracy
Of Lebanese Dress renorta that
King; saud of Saudi Arabia had
uncovered underground assassin
gangs operating under Egyptian
cvutroi in n country.
The press reports said the X-gyptlan-financed-
had been preparing an assas assassination
sination assassination plot but It was not clear
whether. King Saud was a tar-
- According to the reports, Sau Saudi
di Saudi Arabian authorities rounded
up a gang of Palestinian Arabs
and seized a quantity' of ma-
cAine guns ana nana grenades.
The sources said, however, that
une gangs originally were or
ganized by the Saudi aovern-
mem-ana came unaer Egyptian
Hil Texas, Flood
Towns, Oil VcIIj
DALLAS: Tex Mav 4 upV
Texas rivers and creeks: driven
out of their banks again by new
oeiuges.t iiooaed out every home
and store in onet own todav and
drove 40 families to higher ground
in wicnita rails, a city northwest
of Dallas.. s
Cloudbursts that fell vesterdatr
along the headaaters of the Brazos
and'Bosquo rrvers rushed south
toward Waco, in Central.T e x a s
ace was nit dv a nood when a
continuing siege of cloudbursts snd
tornadoes started in Texas April
About 250 miles east etf Dallas.
another flood crest pushed slowly
down the & a bine river. It drained
dlowly out of the homes of 300 per persons
sons persons and from over 1.000 oil wells
in Gregg County. Tex. as it eds-
ea southward toward the Gulf of
Mexico, .. -Zi.
But for the first time sines the
disaster started.' forecaster at the
North Exas regional" weather bu
reau predicted that. the rains and
storms may be coming to an end;
influence only when a foreign
policy change led Baud's regime
u nuanuon mem.
Lebanese newsnnnera iwivirf!
uiai. eaua aiscoverea existence
of- the underground oara-mllita-
ry units April 31. The Egyptian
military attache in Saudi Ara-
Dia, capt. All KhasaabL was im immediately
mediately immediately recalled and the King
oraerea a counter espionage
service set up; the reports said.
TTiere was no Saudi Arabian
comment rm th rennrin -. ,,:.
U true, however, they would
furnish a dramatic explanation
of Saud's apparent rift with the
Egyptian-Syrian bloc and the
strong aid he gave King Hussein
or joraan against' similar in intrigues
trigues intrigues directed at his throne.
Stores Closed As
Intensifies In Haiti.
PORT AU PRINCE. Haiti. May
4 UP) Ninety per cent of the
city's stores and,, shops were
closed today as a week-old politi political
cal political protest strike became lnten-
To Build Largest
US Uranium Plant
OKLAHOMA CITY". Msv 4 fUPl
Xermae Nuclear Fuels Corp. of
uxianoma City announced todav it
will build the largest uranium pro processing
cessing processing plant in the United States
in the Ambrosia Lake area of New
Construction will start in 30 days
on tne 3,300-ton-a-day mill, which
is scneouied to go into operation
by July. 1958.
The comoanv also announced the
Atomic Energy Commission signed
contract today agreeing te buy
the plant's uranium concentrate
thrugh Dee. 31, IMS. .,.
Time of Kneed ;
ROME. Mar 4 fUPVw Police
headquartera said a score of of officers
ficers officers who answered a bank a a-larm
larm a-larm last niirht found clerk Sil-
vano rancluilacci working over
time with his knee unconscious-1
ry pressed against the hidden a-;
larm Button on his desk.
Striking merchants were de-.
mandlng the removal vof Brig,
Gen. Leon Cantare as army
chief of staff. Cantave had ask asked
ed asked the Supreme Court to rule
on the- legality of the present
Executive Council of covetn-
ment which was crlnnled bv the
withdrawal of three of its elev
en members. ;
A majority of the eourt rulfd
last night that the council still
was the legal government of the
The court's ruling had been
expected to put an end to the
seme, instead, oils morning on
ly about 10 per cent of the com
mercial establishments opened
wnereas about 30 per cent were
open yesterday., v
The army rank- and file was
solidly behind Cantave and a
gainst the intervention, of pri
vate Dualness In the .nolitlcal
The Executive Council' of gov
ernment was set up by the five
leading candidates for the pres presidency
idency presidency of Haiti, after provisional
nreslents Joseph Nemours Pier
re, Louis and Frank Svlvain
were forced to resign due to
DaralvKiriB'.! strikes nromoted bv
candidate who felt thev were ':5 ajn.
being discriminated against.-
John Jay Hopkins,
Builder Of A-Sub,
Dies Of Cancer
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WASHINGTON. May A (UP)
John Jay Hopkins, builder of
the world's Arst atomic subma
rine, died yesterday of cancer at
the age of 63.
Hopkins, an outspoken advo
cate of applying nuclear energy
to peaceful uses throughout the
world, became critically ill ; at
his home here last Friday and
entered Georgetown Hospital
Saturday. t v ,
Frank Pace Jr., President of
General Dynamics, said "Hop "Hopkins
kins "Hopkins was a brilliant and imagi imaginative
native imaginative man who not only fore foresaw
saw foresaw the coming df the atomic
age, but who had the courage
to act and to inspire' America
forward into it.", -
Vcalhcr Or Met
: This weather Tf port for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrograph le
Branch of the Panama Canal
TEMPER ATUBE t
RAIN (inches) -.
(inner harbors) 7f t
HIGH 1 v
HILLSIDE. NJ- Way 4 (UPl
The Hillside township attorney
has been ordered to draw up an
ordinance proclaiming cats every
bit as much a nuisance as dogs.
The measure was recommend recommended
ed recommended by the board of health which
said dogs were being discrimin discriminated
ated discriminated against.
This picture wIQ not be shown
tn any other theatre in Pan Pan-ami
ami Pan-ami during- 1857.-
overvhelmi::g ACCLAIM FOR
TODAY at ihe LUX Theatre
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tacit..7: spec-tacit..7: a vast Technicolored panorama of human'
drama and military spectacle." i
V. ; ?osey CrowtfierZNew York Times.
"Colossal and unforgettaie. V Towers over
all other morie greats'.-; : Vv t 'l
: t", V; -Archer W fasten, New:Yerk Post
"Invites comparison with ,'Gone With
Wind the most popular morie ever made."
Justin Gilbert, New ork Doily Mirror.
A hoi tn one k' tot bmr
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time." . I
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" "Not since 'Gone With The Wind' has any pic picture
ture picture offered the scope and sweep of the production.
Its 3 hours and 23 minutes of running time are
packed with drama, romance and action."
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