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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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NEW ARMY RIFLE Pfc. Joe
Beard holds an M-15 automatic
, rifle at Fort Leslie McNair;
Washington,' D.O, j The M-1S
and M-14',which has a slightly
lighter barrel, are versions of
the new T-44 rifle which the
Army announced it will adopt
to replace four types of shoulder-fired
weapons. The Tr44,
which will be issued to troops
, In 1960, is capable of either
fully automatic or semi-automatic
fire and can be fired at
the rate; of 700 rounds, per
' minute.
THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

; of thire di'sruntled factions' of.
v.the Nuonai patriotic Coalition!
-uh rie.siucnt Eme'o ; de, la I

tiuaraia jr. was srncciui'M to be
' held todav. accorriimr to a re-'
fWiV IHVi ilJHg il A-ii.
: -The tabloid said the meeting
' would' be attended by First vice
eral Alejandro Remon KPNH)
and Dr. Sergia Gonzales- Ruis
(Popular Union and representa-
m oh nf th. 'ri.hoH;n"
jrrouDS of the irovernment nartv.-'
If an agreement is Teachefc
the paper said, a commanique
win be issued ever tne signa signature
ture signature of President de la CitiarV
dia. if the meeting is a failure,
on the other hand, the dissi dissident
dent dissident factions will Issue a ma.
nifesto, drafted several days
ago, at rally la Santa Ana PiaK
la-Wv-v,. sl
A u Nl -'- t l I -i. .1.1
ed that the dissident groups are
.eekine iohs for their followers i
seeking obs for their followers j
and representation of their tac-
- nous ui uie government u ,1
Today: attempt at harmony
Is said to have been engineered
by Remon, whose slain brother,
the late President Jose A. Re Remon,
mon, Remon, formed the National Pa
triouc ouauuuu,
National Guard commander
CoL Bolivar vauarino, and his
party are scheduled ,to return
hp re tomorrow from a visit to
the United states as guests of
the Defense .Department., j -t
Accompanying Vallarino on Iho.v
trip were presidential aide, Raul;
Arias and MaJ. Jose M. Plnilla.t;
director of the Carcel Modela J,
The 155.55S enrollment in"
Panama schools, including the
National University, shows aa
Increase of 3929 ever' during the
past two years, according to of-,
ficlal figures. ;
During the same' period the;
number of teachers was Increas
ed by 235 and 23 new echoolt
were put Into operation.
Potter Sets Date
For Shirtsleeve
Conferences
- . (
- Community conferences in the
Canal Zone thl- month betr-een
Gev. Potter and Civil C e u e i 1
presidents will be held at Santa
Cms May IS and at Gamboa May
22. '',..-.. . - :
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The Gamboa meeting, for re
dents of the VS. communities.
start at 7:3. i.m. in the Gamboa
Civic Center building.,
' The, Santa Cruz conference, foi
residents of the Latin American
communities will begin at 4:30
p.m. in the Santa Cruz Service
Center. j

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British

Con

aemns

LtiflDOtf, May MUJ)Anglicarf.'cuton John' Collins

venementiy condemned all, H
forthcoming Christmas Island

puipit ot London seamed bt.-Paul's cathedral yesterday.
1: VFcrrchurchrYien.to condone such an evil would seem

to;rni:toby little short, iff any short, of blasphemy,"' he
tolrf his hushed congregation.

congregati

this"' situation the duty of Christian men and
1st clear to place, before the nation the clear
life' or death, Christ or the bomb?"

women;
choice
Canon Collins said the mak making
ing making and testing of' H-bombs
seemed to him a departure from
Christian standards of behaviour
and merited the "condemnation
of all church people."
"Were we to allow it to be di directly
rectly directly responsible for the birth
of only one monstrosity or were
there the risk of cancer to only
one small child,, these things of
themselves would be sufficient
grounds for i the i churches to
condemn-the testing of nuclear
bombs and, in -particular, our
own, fdrthcomini Christmas Is Island
land Island tests, Irrespective of the
question of whether it could re reverse
verse reverse right to, make such a
hideous weapon of destruction,"
lie said,; ,y '.
iHe accused 'British foreign
secretary Selwyn, Lloyd of
"Cheating by excusing the prot protests
ests protests against the holding of nu nuclear
clear nuclear tests as being "Communist-Inspired."
V"
Stevenson Renews
Drive Against
:J Tcsis
MVASH1NGT0NMy (UP)i
AdlaL JE. .Stevsa! hat renewed

'this demand-that the United. States

take-r some mors) initiative',' to
end all hydrogen., bomb tesur'now.;
i. The tests .amount to 'ecmtami'
nation -without- representation," he'
oievenson maae nis aemana
as
nocraw -wouno jip inree aays
ot meetings here" iirrhica they as-:
ped. the administration; 'for "ap-
peasement" in forelen policy.
The twice defeated Democratic
presidential candidate said on a
television program that he1 was
concerned about the "ultimate ne ne-ril".
ril". ne-ril". to the human, race If H-bomb
testing continues. I "i
He conceded there is a wide dif
ference of opirvjfc. among scient
ists as to the dangers of radiation
resurang ,irora ,ie wsis.
Bu e ei &e tlle"
danger and differ only as to Rs
"extent." ; . i.
, ... vi v . ..
- The advisory council of the Dem
ocratic National Committee yes yesterday
terday yesterday issued policy statements
flailing the Eisenhower administra
tion't handling of foreign and do domestic
mestic domestic issues.
-'The committee said the admi administration
nistration administration "has -substituted impro improvisations
visations improvisations for policy, appeasement
for leadership, posturing for deeds
and advertising slogans for infor infor-jnation."
jnation." infor-jnation." ;

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1 TEST SATTLLTTK ROCKET Two sUges of the three-etage
; satellite rocket roared over the earth for the first time on
May 1. This photo released by Ui Defense Department shows
the firing sf Patrick Air Toree Ba. Tlx. First stare of the
i rocket is a Vixing. second is solid propellant rocket. The
I Navy announced that the rocket soared 120 miles up over
tthe Atlantic before the second stage detached Itself and
shot out to sea. ? .
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Churchman

H-Tests
- bomD tests and Britain a
blasts, in particular from the
American Power Co.
Prexy Leaves After
5-Day SemlnarHere
Henry B. Sargent, president
of the American Foreign Power
Co., left Panama ; en route to
Havana, Cuba, early this morn morning
ing morning after winding up a five-day
accounting seminar held at Hotel-El
Panama. ,.
Thirty-three delegates from
eight Latin American countries
and the United States attended
the first accounting seminar of
the associated companies of the
American Foreign Power Group.
Sargent, who is traveling with
his wife, said the seminar was
"i complete success." ,-
,He said the main -purpose of
the meeting was the interchange
of ideas regarding ; methods of
improving the service offered to
consumers ; by the associated
companies. v-rv '. 4
k One of Sargent's last official
acts was an interview with Pre-;
ident Ernesto de la Quaraia.ac Quaraia.ac-companied
companied Quaraia.ac-companied by Thomas OEles-by,"-
vjce. president and general
manager of the Futrza y.LVz
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Russia Announces
Price Reduclioiis f
On Consumer Goods
MOSCOW, May 6 (UP) The
Soviet Government recently an
nouncea pnee reauctions for
vacuum cieaners, alarm clocks
baby iooa, perfumes and other
consumer gooas.
The cuU, averaging about zu
per cent; are the latest in a
series that began In 1947 and
brinz prices ctown two and a
halt times lower than they were
that year. :
Accorflinn to the Soviet cress.
a group oi consumer goods that
cost 1,000 rubies in iwi now
costs only 433 rubles.
nQW
I
Otner boviet iigures snow u
consumers have saved more
than 1,200 billion rubles since
1947 thanks to the price cuts.'
The reason srtvem for the pre
sent cuts is that consumer goods
production' u mounting rapia"
ly. For Instance, almost' one
million alarm clocks were manu
factured in 1958 compared with
25,000 in

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Vorkman Injured
As Wall Collapses
During Demolition
A Panamanian carpenter was
badly injured when the outer
wall of a building he was dem
olishing at Fort Sherman gave
way. causing him to be thrown
12 feet to the ground, '"
Solomon Bailey," 28-yeajold
Colon resident was reported to todav
dav todav as suffering "possible inter
nal injuries, multiple contusions
and abrasions from the I a 1 1
which occurred Friday sTiortly
after noon. He. Is at Coco Solo
Hospital. :
Bailev and three others, em
ployed jby Chain Singh to demol demolish,
ish, demolish, the building were working
isni uie uuiiutng weic wwr
about 12 feet above the ground
when the outer wall or the
building gave way, causing sev several
eral several 6 x 12 beams to crash to
the ground.
.The other erkmert escaped
rwith only minoruts and, bruises.
They were treated1 at tne nos
pital. but not admitted.
Heart Affick Hot
Cause ofllagner's
Death, Police Say
'Although an inquest Into the
death of Nelson W. Magner does
not start until tomorrow, it has
been reported by police that the
58-year-old American did ; not
die-of a heart attack. V
Police investigation also showF
ed that there a was -no violence
on the body of the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the Cristobal field office
of the .Maintenance Division;
Memorial services 'tPr Mr.
Ma&ner will be held at 4:30 bm
tomorrow In .the Cristobal Mar
sonic Temple at 11th Street and
Bolivar Avenue.
The services will be conduct conducted
ed conducted by the Sojourners' Lodge.
Mr. Magner. was found dead
in his office early Friday morn
ing. With the exception of eight
years when he worked on con
struction projects In the Inte Interior
rior Interior of Panama and in El Sal Salvador
vador Salvador he had been a resident
of the Canal Zone since 1916. 1
Mr. Magner is survived by his
wife, of Margarita, and by a son
and two daughters living in the
United States.
The son, Nell, of Houston,
Texas, and one daughter, Mrs.
Tom Lowery' of Oneonta, Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, arrived early Saturday
morning irom me umiea oiaies
to be with their mother.
Brilish Tankers
Will Transit Suez;
Pay Full Tolls Too
LONDON. May 6 (UP) -The
London Sunday Express said yes
terday that British tankers will
be transiting the Sues Canal
within ten days and paying full
canal tolls to Egypt.
The Express' said "the long
delayed announcement that
Britain la to accept (Egyptian
President) Nasser's terms is al
most certain to be made soon.1
The Express said the British
Government will stress toll pay
ment will be. made under prot protest
est protest and "as a temporary meas
ure."
The Beaverbrook newsnaDer
said "Nasser's victory on the
tolls Issue will be complete. But
there is. one consolation for the
government: an end of petrol
ratlnn ln arill Ka In .isht
- f I
Galllard Crossing
Gets New Traffic
Signals Tomorrow
Traffic signals at the rr'angl
pani-Roosevelt A venue-Gail lard
Highway crossing will be put in
to operation between t and 8:30
tomorrow morning. It was an announced
nounced announced today at Balboa
Heights. ."I-..
The trainc light system was
installed for the Panama Canal
Oo. under contract by L. R. som-
mer.
' The traffic signals were tried
out several weeks ago and acces
sary ac.Mstmenu maoe at tnai
time, aJUMwgb the date when
the system could be placed im
service was delayed waiting the
arrival of some efecUal parts.

BATTLE IN DISPUTED AREA President Luis Somota of Ni Ni-cgragua
cgragua Ni-cgragua ordered general mobilization of the army after charg charging
ing charging that Honduran forces had attacked the village of Moco Moco-ron
ron Moco-ron In the disputed frontier: sone (shaded area on map).

Zone Policeman Speeds Across Isthmus
To Save Life Of Coco Solo Physician

Sometimes a motorcycle can
bet a many-splendored thing. In
ah. emergency, anyway
A Canal Zone policeman was
called uDon fc few days
demonstrate, his skill opexatlng
one. after as emergency call was
received from Gorga. Hospital.
It .involved some equipment
needed desperately at Coed Solo
Hospital to save thq.Jlfe 62 Its'
superintendent, Dr.- John M.
Wilkerson. s. ..
Veteran policeman -Oeorge r.
Nadeau was dispatched.
He hopped on his motorcycle
at lJ:44 p.m. and, arrived. t
Coco Solo exactly 34 minutes
after, something of a record for
land trip across the Isthmus.
The emergency equipment he
carried in the cycle's pouch was
a Sengtaaken tube, used to stop
Diem On Way To US
In Columbine III,
As Official Guest
HONOLULU. May S (UP)
President Neo : Dinh Diem
of
South Viet Nam boarded Presi
dent Elsenhower's plane. Colum
bine III. today at 8 a.m. en route
to Washington as the guest of
the U.S. President.
Diem arrived here yesterday
by chartered plane and was ac
corded full military honors by
the combined U.S. Armed Ser
vices. Including a 21-gun salute.
17 Countries
Will Send Ships
To Naval Review
WASHINGTON. May (UP)'
The Navy announced toniehf that
17 countries are expected to aend,
between 30 and 40 ships to the
international naval review sched
uled for Hampton Rbads, Vs. June
8-17.
The review is a major feature
of the Jarae stown Festival, cele
brating the 350th anniversary of
the first permanent English settle-j
emnt in North America,
President Eisenhower has, de
'm -d nefens SecrUry Char-i
les, E. Wilson to review the ships
ea June 12 in his behalf. -,
"The Navy said that 17 of' the
27 countries invited for the 10-day
fleet week have indicated accept acceptance
ance acceptance ''
Among the M U.S. ships will
be the superaircraft carrier. Sar Saratoga,
atoga, Saratoga, battleships Lew a and Wis
consin, and guided missile cruia-J
era Boston and Canberra. ;
Iranian Officers
Nabbed For THeft,
Selling Weapons
THEHERAN, May fUP) Ira-
maa morning newspaoers today
reoorted that more than SO army
officers have been arrested for
stealing government erne a a a
then selling them.-
The army of n cert are expeciea
Is l trial soon, the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers said. -,'.-

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hemorrages of the esophagus.
(The superintendent had suf suffered
fered suffered severe internal bleeding
requiring the use of this instru-
fe To-day, DrWiikerson" wa.re-
ponea m resung -comiortaniy.
and "coming along alright."
Wher asked -.today how come
he was chosen for this danger dangerous
ous dangerous assignment; Nadeau shrug shrugged
ged shrugged modestly and reported:
"I guess I just happened to
be available." a
- But the Canal Zone Police Chief
stated that the policeman was
chosen mainly because he was
considered to be one of the most
expert machine riders on the
Isthmus.
'Kidnapped' Child
Brought To Police,
Barefoot Bui Safe
Panama City residents were
alarmed today over the kldnao-
flng of a seven-year-old boy by
a man who stole his shoes and
left him wandering by himself
in the area of the Marcos Gela Gela-bert
bert Gela-bert airport at Paitilla.
Little Rolando" Turner, who
was Induced along with his 11-year-old
brother, .Jose Jr., to
accompany a "short black man
with atralo-Vil Vtaok Viol." n D.ll
tills, was returned to his dis distraught
traught distraught parents by members of
the National "Guard early Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon. -v,
He had been missing- since
Friday morning. Apparently he
had been turned over to the Na
tional Guard since early Friday
and had been there while his
parents and the Secret Police
searched for him in the bushes,

of the Paitilla area. . lng of "The Brothers Karama-
Rolando said the man grabbed jzov" and had declined it.
a package he was carrying andi ."It is not true," Mjss Monroe
ran off with the pair of shoes) said In New York. "I haven't

he had made him remove from
his feet under the pretext of
measuring them for skates.
The boy said a man found
him and turned him over to the
patrol car of the National Guard.
Meanwhile the elder Turner
boy, whom the man had told to
wait for- his brother while he
went Into a house, was picked
up by another police patrol car
and turned over to the Secret
Police. They notified his parents1
and started a search for the
younger boy, who at the time
was safe at National Guard
headquarters. '

Swelter, Swelter Pacific Sider,
Thermometers Read 94 And Higher

- Pacifie sMe reeiornta apeat aaether sweltering weekend
with snaxlmaBi day-time tempcratmres rangtag irem M te M
desTeea. Evea at alrht the tbemeaaeter remained at a high
SninrmsB e 7 U T7 degrees.
Brisk aerth west winds with a maximom veleclty zt
BaBes per hear breaght tittle relief aad aHhaagh eaies were
pertly eleady, ae rata fen ea the Pacific sMe.
Tenaerataree the AtUatlc side remaned la the tta
aae ea Saaday i mt aa laek aT rala was reported. Skies
were partly eleady tatarday bat M rala was reeerde at aay
Caaal Ia weather sUtiea.

OA
By

S Team Headell

Dicky
Arranges

MANAGUA, May 6 (UP) Nicaragua and Hondu Honduras
ras Honduras have agreed to call off their border war pending ai
international ruling on the century-old dispute ;thaf
touched it off, jt was announced today. ';
President Luis Somoza said Nicaragua is willing 4tf
observe the truce provided Honduras does so. He warn warned,
ed, warned, however, that any "new aggression" by Hondurai
would mean "total war." -l-.','
Ricardb M. Arias of Panama, chief of the lOmaM
fact- finding board that came here from Washington. h
investigate, the conflict, said the two Central Am erica I
nations haveV agreed to stop fighting at least until t hi
hnrtrA' litil tiiKmittA itc rnnrf tn tlia OrnnniTntiAn' tl

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American States.
Arias said both nations
nrnviAinn ffiir nn immilint

cessation of troop movements in either nation.

The agreement gives the fact
finders, representing the United
States, Argentina, Mexico- Boli Bolivia
via Bolivia and Panama, four days to
work out plans for a settlement
of the border dispute.- v
rl'heban art troop -movement
halted a Nicaraguan column
! wnicn was oeaaea ior xatagm
Jta, 38 miles Inside thaNlcra-,
man border, to retaliate for a
, reported Honduran attack, en
.i. i
The orilv other military action'
sisted of raids by Nicaraguan
and Honduran warplanes on va
rious villages in the disputed a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. There was no report of ca casualties.
sualties. casualties. Honduras charged that Nicar Nicaraguan
aguan Nicaraguan warplanes attacked the
hamlet of Mocoron, principal fo focus
cus focus of the fighting, and the pil pillages
lages pillages of Taciiuntes and Puerto
Lempira.
Reports circulating- in Tegu Tegucigalpa
cigalpa Tegucigalpa said Mocoron has been
"completely destroyed" by air ;
attacks. Its people were said te
have fled into the hills.
Somoza said Honduran war:
nlanes strafed the village of Lei
mm on the Coco river a few
miles irom Mocoron, wnere in
Marilyn Denies
Role Turned Down;
Mum on Pregnancy
NEW YORK. May 8 (UP)
Marilyn Monroe denied today
that she had turned down a
more or less on both counts
long-cherished movie role be because
cause because she is pregnant.
An official of Metro-Ooldwyn-
I Mayer studios had been quoted
I in Hollywood as sayirfg Miss
Monroe was offered the part of
Grushenka In the studio's film-
even seen a script.
Her agent said negotiations
between MOM and Miss Monroe
never got so far as an offer from
the studio. Miss, Monroe has no
contractual relations with MOM
he said, and is In fact signed up
to make her next picture for
20th Century-Fox.
As to reports of expectant
motherhood. Miss Monroe's an

swer was the same as it was two,anj Lord Justice.

She was busy today posing for
publicity pictures for her forth-!
coming picture "The Prince and
the Showgirl."

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Arias
Truce
- Won
r.. .w .... yt,
have accepted an agreement
rencfira nnA tm itntmm'A'inta
fa
Robertson Lumber Company eJ
New Orleans has a sawmill.. ,,:
None of the eight Americans -ii
the villagr at the time of th
attack was Injured.
Haivaanr ana
j Cost Rica, the other three na
wens of central America..-an.
Bounced over the weekend that
they have closed -their herders
with Nicaragua and Honduras
te prevent gva-running into
either of the twe countries,?
The foreign ministers, of h
three countries have offered t
serve as joint mediators In ,thi
dispute.
. The disputed area is a 13-mib
strip of the Mosquito Coast
whose ownership has been j ,ij
question ever since Nicaragui
and Honduras won their inde independence
pendence independence from Spain. . y
The late Spanish-King AlfQM
XIII, acting as an arbitrator; a a-warded
warded a-warded the territory to Hondu Honduras
ras Honduras in 1906, but Nicaragua nevej
recognized the ruling:
,
Britisher Harassed if
a vMM...M.
iirniiiiiiii iiiiii ii-
Asks Queen s mm
DUDLEY. England, May1 B
I un 1 lie nenwwu jawuj
has appealed to Queen Elizabeth
and the Lord Cruet Justice OJ
England for help in getting rie
of nine ghosts a beautlMi
blonde spook and eight adau
ers.- v'T.s
When Ted Westood. hfswife
and three sons moved into, the
old inn here four years-ago
Westwood said things wereni
too bad there was ontoen
chost .. -s
But. he said, that thost.r.ap thost.r.ap-pened
pened thost.r.ap-pened to be blonde and beauJ
ful and attracted eight ale
ffhnatlv irfmlrtrl Inplllrilnff "thl
bowler-hatted former Innkeep Innkeeper.
er. Innkeeper. "'
In addition. Westwood said
the blonde has a "partlcnlarlj
upsetting" effect on his sons.
She has "inserted a devil-may-care
atmosphere that lures then
Into deeds of.wUdness." be sans
Westwood said he never "us
ed to believe In ghosts but whes
you have nine of them you havi
bo alternative." He said be senl
a petition for help to the Queer
l rtte.T-'a
Mil Oilier laUSS'atl
Ship Will Transit
Canal Wednesday
The largest Russian ship ts
transit this year arrives In Crts
tobaj tomorrow afternoon. V
She ts the 4 1-foot steamshll
Kronstadt scheduled to arrive a a-round
round a-round 2 pan.
This marks the fifth transSi
of a Soviet ship this year.
The Jt7 eross ton vessel I
en route to Nakhodka, a ser
town near Vladivostok with I
csrtfo of sugar fmm CXba.
Payne and Waxi:ay. srib
for the shin said she is .t:ef
to salt Wednesday moral-f.



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NO SOUND, MUCH FURY

I read that an Itinerant named Henry B. Sargent has been

r.onMr1,r crronri vans nf what the Fuerza y i,uz is going to

do lor Panama. "We. . want to see the economic lifein the
countries in which we operate improved, and the standard of
living raised." he is quoted as declaring.
May I suggest that, before staging "an exhibit of Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian products, resources and investment possibi ities' in New
Orleans, Sargent should try the infinitely more difficult project
of making a telephone call from the Canal one to Panama
If Sargent is in the exhibition business, let him take his
plans and propaganda to Variety magazine ..,.
X.-if he is in the telephone business, let him make it possible
fdfme to make a call from Balboa to Panama City during work working"
ing" working" hours Just as simply as I can make a call from Balboa to
Cristobal about 40 times the distance.
"'"If he is so interested in everyone knowing about Panama,
why doesn't he give the Canal Zonians a chance first? What's
KW'nblection to Zonians talking to Panamanians by telephone.

Ninety percent of the time I try to call Panama between
88X9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. I have to dial three or four times be be-Hnr
Hnr be-Hnr t ran even cet a line into Panama.

"Harffanf ic An his WAV down to Brazil to dedicate a new

hydroelectric plant. Fine for Brazil, but couldn't he have cut

vt.x.naonv. v. short, hv the time reauirea io aeaicaie a iew

. fcJBU UUWfVll 111-' r
' itn. ponamfl fn th ranal Zone?

nm, Tn.orc v T UT: i mnst. panable at cuttinff sueeches snort,

as anyone who finally gets through to Panama by phone is apt
to find out in mid-sentence. '.,, u.-v
I believe I read some Fuerza y Luz propaganda a while racK
to The effect that each telephone in Panama, averages more calls
.Pr hv than earh teleDhone in New York. 'I'm sure that each

telephone in Panama averages a whole lot more attempted calls
iier dav than each telephone In New York, because in New York

vou generally get through first try. No waiting your turn on
wiflchinerv deslened. I suspect, for a town about the size of Da-

;-jrid
;i- if fha rnmnsriwin with New York is genuine, and

i&ave no reason to believe otherwise, .that is a matter tcr .be
Ummni.atPH t.n t.hp Fuerza v Luz re-eauiDment section with

ttnxiety, not to the propaganda section? with pride,
"I t .m nhiiPPrt to lav the blame lor the delay or the-lmpos

Mbility of my Panama calls Mi the Fuerza y Luz; because the
ease with which I can call any other part of the Zone leaves

the PanCanal's telephone section In the clear. 1
f nut nnM t t.rv for Panama, oh brother. I get my choice

hP'TOPPn husv slenals and no sieinals' whatsoever. If the Fuerza

i tut wants' to deslen a line for use by deaf mutes, that's all

ftht bv me. but don't test it "between the Canal zone and Pan
'Ima when I have Important calls to make-in a hurry
"J Quien HablaT

lr:

FUTURE FOR PEDRO MIGUEL

servicemen and their

i t .ti,i. l tka xall Tlnv hniit mv for-

er home, which is now referred to as Gator unicn.

T Haincr Hvph in Pertrn Miftmel for a number of: years, my

rnemorie ol it as art orderly community with pleasant gardens
Sand haftiy residents is still strong enoughto make me wonder
M the oreseht Tesldehta could not do something to improve their

ljwn lot r 5 i
' T know that most of them are young

-wives who belong to the era of cradle-to-grave care. They ex ex-Jiject
Jiject ex-Jiject the Panama Canal government, the U.S. Army,i the Air
.Force, Marines anyone to help them, but they don" seriously
'think of helping themselves.
1 If they were to imagine they were pioneers, which many of
(neir predecessors on Army posts were, Just think what they
.eould make of what they have now.
, Instead of having to build log huts, they have houses al already
ready already built. If they don't like them, they can improve them.
J If their community life is not all that it might be, they
fust look to themselves for the reason why.
There are many people who will be glad to have such build building
ing building to shelter them, and while they are not the youne bride's
dream of a rose-covered cottage, they should be a challenge to
,ier homemaklng ability.

Please try to taxe tnis sugma on rearo Miguei.- nas naa
happy past and could have a happy future.
Sentimental

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Do you save your spare dollars

as you earn?

Do those dollars bring x

a good return?

If not, perhaps you ought

to know
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How mutual funds

hel

income grow.

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FEDERATED PLANS. Inc.
THX MCTCAL FUND CENTER
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By VICTOR RIESEL
If I wars ths Washington cor correspondent
respondent correspondent for Moscow's Pravda
this past wsolc, I'd havs cablsd
ths comrads sditori in cods that

they'd betatr burn Lanin's books
ths American class struggle
ust isn't dsvsloping sccording
to Comrads Hoyls.
Otherwise how could the Russian
writer explain why a Senate inves investigating
tigating investigating committee, directed by a
conservative from Arkansas, Sen.
John McClellan, has been spending
anxious moments and scarce funds

seeking out instances of capitalist
management violence or corrup

lion to match the muscle move

ment inside some unions.
That's exactly what's been hap

pening. XNot out of sensitivity to
criticism, but out of a sense of
fairness, the Senate Select Commit

tee on Improper Activities in the
Labor or Management Field has

had investigators out tracking down

reports 01 management violence
and has held up hearings on some
big city mobs in an effort to avoid

giving the public a distorted pic

ture.
During the past few weeks

couple of investigators" droDned

imo i-orismoutn, unio, for exam

pie, at me airect orders of com

mittee counsel Bob. Kennedy. They
were rushed to the Ohio city
which last year had virtually been

cut on irom tne outer world by a

violent Communications Workers

strixe.
Cables had boon slashed. Ex Exchanges
changes Exchanges had basn besieged. The
strike was finally settled, but not
before ths Ohio Consolidated
Telephone Company halad ths u-'-nion
before ths National Labor
Relations Board charging the
labor organization with unfair
labor practicos, Ths trial exami examiner's
ner's examiner's report was startling.

The examiner, a auasi-iurlirial

officer of this U.S.- government,
charged dramatically that the com

pany was responsible for much of

me teiepnone strike violence.; What

oiaruea Lounseuor Kenned. u .

mo uim fAuiuier 1 statement nn

page m 01 ma. 37 page decision

mat he had found an 'establish-

eu company policy of instigating

-agaiuai uie piCKeiS.
The trial examiner further

mazea ivenneay with his attack

upon the telephone comoanv.

In dismissing the

pium, me examiner charged;
"The company has displayed its
contempt by. .consniHno nh

hired 'mvesUgators' to engage in
violence against certain itnv.

leaders and. .eneaeed in in.i

physical violence against striking
employes. ..."

Checking the full decision Ken

nedy, found the trial examiner haH

questioned, under oath, employes
of the Burns Detective A a r.

n.nki- ... n... . J

"u,u, ui "i rittsourgn. This
government document actually
saysr

'It is undisputed that Clare
Williams, president of ths Ohio
Consolidated, solicited and ob obtained
tained obtained tho services of Chafles
W. Crouthers, then employed by

niiiiam J. BUrna Intarna.

tional Dstsctivs Agency, fo coma

ro rorrsmoutn in his privats ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, and with sthr sstr..

tivss, ts perform invsstioation

services rslating ts tha atrik.

"Credible testimony of these in

vestigators establishes that

k.i. 1 -1

mou ainvai m I'oasmouth, they

"wo uikcu uv romnanv AffiAiaU

to break the strike by removing
from such strike, in any manner

uiey saw tit, four named strike
leaders. .

"In addition to receiving instruc instructions
tions instructions regarding the investigation of

cuiung, me investigators
W,'!? VkLd t0 remove ur l the
strike leaders from further strike

-v.i, any manner they saw
fit by running them down with
an automobile if necessary The
four strUters named were Hippie,
Bush. SheDherri anH Cnir Tk.

ficials identified them by display

" pu prevousiy taken
Thay mat ths next night
wnt wmpny officials:
VR), and wars again urged to
dispose of ths four strike load load-srs.
srs. load-srs. Alas on this session they
wsrs Instructs ts mingle with
ths crowd ths nsxt day in ths
Liber Day parade and ts parti.
pste In, ff it occurred, a ru.

0 wrecking of the inlsn
Now there is no doubt that there
was union violence against compa company
ny company supervisors and some wreckage
of property by angry strikers That
was as wrong as it was brutal
But ths National Labor Rcl.Uon,
m fhVr8M the small
unio telephone company are as se serious
rious serious as those ws have levelled a a-gsinst
gsinst a-gsinst violence on the other side.
Sen McClellan's committee i
gouig down ths middle. That's why
the investigators were in Ports Ports-mouth
mouth Ports-mouth and why the editors of
Prayda Just cas.1 make out us fun funny
ny funny Americana.

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Naval Aides
By 606 RUARK

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-Go-Rouriii

IW BIAItON

One.day somebody

.smoke

out the brilliant man who came up

wim me ioea mac crooKS were, ot

inestimable assistance in helping

me avy win worm war u. j

l was noticing that in the big

nearmgs over me .1 earns ters bu bunion's
nion's bunion's involvements with Lad boys

ana worse gins that the suave en

minal, Jim Elkins, was hastily
summoned in the middle of the

war to protect the West Coast

from Jap spies. v
EDiins was the bootlegger. un

man, and gambler who tmoed the

na on some ot the less s ivory in involvements
volvements involvements of Dave Beck's ; rich
union. At I read it, he performed
"considerable -.ervice" for Naval

Intelligence as a counterspy. I

didn't bother to call Naval intelli

gence to check. I .been through

tnis one oeiore.
It's very old hat today, but when

Lucky Luciano got sprung by the

parole board in New York State,
Tom Dewey's office mentioned as
a possible reason that Charlie Luc Lucky
ky Lucky had worked in cahoots with
Naval Intelligence and had per performed
formed performed considerable services from
his tiny cot in Dsnnemora.
There were a lot of grisly details

involving som people who were

got to, out we wont go into those

ine point was mat. as l remem

ber it, Luciartj from the same
tiny cot in Dannemora oreaniz

ed the invasion of Sicily, the inva invasion
sion invasion of Italy, the Italian fishermen

or the Grand Banks around New

foundland, and possibly a floating

crap game in casertg All but the
last possibility were seriously of offered
fered offered to the puuKc.
Apart from the fact that every
tH'id GI was a ptisan, apart from

the fact that I.uciato left Sicily as

a child, apart from the fact that

we didn't. ne-d thugs to run a war,

apart from tho fact that there are

very few Sicilian! fishing for cod

eft Nova Scoia. ana apart from

the fact that Charlie Anslinger in
the Bureau .of, Narcotics put the

finger on a tew people who got "ar

ranged," there 'would be very lft-

tie work for guy like Luciano to

do from His crib in the coop.

Returning to the present, the

slick James; B. Elkins might be in

valuable in a horse room or a jail

house, but there just weren't e

nough Japs left loose on the Coast

to spy on.

The first thing they did in about

COLON

PANAMA

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this Mother's Day!
Come to us for the giftt
that ttiU give Mother the

longett-lasling pleasure!
Here afe fsw of our
suggestions!
rVe've dozens and dozsnt
mors, watches, jewelry
or diamonds.
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DUTY

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GTOHO

STERUNQ CLiTER
I61CINTRA1 AVINUI. PANAUJ

tne first month after Pearl Har Harbor
bor Harbor was to lock up a flock of loyal
American citizens who suffered
from a slight slant in the-eye

ueuanmeni.

mere might have been a small

spy proDiem in and around Hono

lulu, wnere a ood many of the

toiks have Japanese blood, but
can't see what possible value El Elkins
kins Elkins would have been to the war ef.

fort, even thrtugh his criminal

connections. How many Japanese

croons were mere who associated
with Elkins and his shady eomDa-

I don't suppose it'll ever see

full explanation, as the doubletalk
on Luciano showed, but there was

mucuvuj, Buiuewnere, wun a very
strong jixable function in the S
lant, (orcesin which ..so unherai unherai-eaily
eaily unherai-eaily rvedr!,possibly because I
have nq police :ecord,.
Somebody got to somebody, and
somebody laid on an alibi for a
lot of bums.

Anslinger had it pretty well naiW

ea, nut he only retrieved

WASHINGTON A sienificant

aeveiopment hat taken place in u.

5. disarmament negotiations, and

in the life of disarmament nego

tiator uaroid stassen.

John Foster Dulles has beeun

to like "The Childe Harold

This is important. It wasn't the

case before. Stassen. once refer

red to as "the wonder bov" when

ne oecamse r. young prodigy Gov

ernor ot Minnesota, was formerly

aeep in me uuues doghouse

When Harold held a backeround

press conference last December to
paint a rosy view of Russian dis

armament proposals.' Dulles, then

in Paris, held a backgrounder next

aay to ten tne press now w r e n r

'Haroiovvas.-. m" rt-xct'
Stassen was then, working direct

ly under White House orders. Be

cause Dulles didn t like e i t h e r
him. or this arrangement. Stassen

was transferred to the State1' De

partment, where he would have to

take orders direct from the Secre

tary of state. :-v x-.

Stasisn has boon a good sport
about this, continued to work
hard for disarmament, and be believe
lieve believe it sr not, Dulles has come
ts liks him.
He has been Impressed bv

Stassen's negotiating ability.

now sharss his view that there

is definitely a ehancs to make

asms hay with ths Russians en

disarmament.
Stassen has detected an appar

ent desu-e on the, part of the Rus

sians to wrap up some kind of ais
armament agreement.

This coincides with, a rather fa

vorable report from retiring Am

bassador Charles Bohlen that the
Kremlin is concentrating on dom domestic
estic domestic problems, doesn't want war.

Result is that Stassen has gone

back to Europe with the green
light from both the President and
the Secretary o State to go all all-out
out all-out for a disarmament agreement.

Mexican Ambassador Manuel
Teilo gave a iam-oacked

for the movie star after "Abound

me rvvna in ou nays opened in
Washington. . .CAB' Chairman
James R. Durfee expects domes domestic
tic domestic air travel to exceed rai tra
vel for the first time next year.
. U.S. Chamber of Com

ficials are wondering if S they
weren't too successful in t h a i r

campaign for government "econo "econo-my.",
my.", "econo-my.", House economizers took ths
cue from the Chamber by eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating the Business and Defense
Services Administration ., of the
Commerce Department, the Cham Chamber's
ber's Chamber's chief lobby for big business
in the government. v s
UNDERCUTTING LABOR LAWS
,". 'v;'-?:vx;... ..;.'( v
Republicans who don't believe
in Ike's "modern Republicanism,"
plus conservative Democrats, havs
more method than madness in cut.

ting key portions of the budget.
Certain significant 'slices will

undercut certain laws which; ths
solons don't want enforced.-"

Take, for example, the i tzno nnA

slice out of the Office o the 5ili.

citor of the Labor Department,
The public doesn't undertand what
this mesas, but it will result in

ins uring of 35 lawyers from ths
Splicitor's department.,., j i,

This, m turn,, will mean that
the minimum wags set, the
Walsh-Healy Act, and ths Davis.
Bacon Act will not b enforced.
These ars laws which eontSr eontSr-vaUvs
vaUvs eontSr-vaUvs Repubi: ans Democrats
vstsd against In the ftrt place,
and the easiest way tf undercut
them is ts hack away at their
enforcement appropriation.
The Davis-Bacon Act reauirea

contractors to pay the prevailing

wage on government construction

VVUM NVVB)

WIG-MAKING EX-SENATOR
Idaho's bewigged ex-Sen. Glenn

Taylor, who lost by a hair in the
Democratic primary to young

f rank Church, is about to enter

the wig-making business.

The ex-Senator, who ran for vice
president witth Henry Wallace in
1948, will call his hairpiece the
"Taylor Topper." It will be nation

ally advertised.
Taylor is an sx-cewbsy whs
strummed and sang his way in into
to into ths Senate In 1944, m a d s s
good record in ths Senate, but
got carried away by Henry Wal Wallace's
lace's Wallace's progrsssivs friends in 1948.

Now retired to private life. Tay

lor nas already made a few tou

pees for friends and wears one
himself. The secret is dental plas

tic, the stuff dentists use to take
"impressions" for casting gold in

lays. ...i,

Taylor uses the same piastte to

take "impressions"- on nisi clienta'

naia pates j inen ne attacnea-nair

to the plastic, assuring ths -Wear

ers a periect lit. i

Glenn came-by his new profes-

years in show business, it the

course of which he lost his hair.

Taylor says he got tired of the

The Walsh-Healy Act sets wag

es on government contracts other
than construction.

The Fair Labor Standards Act

sets minimum wages in all indus

try wnicn comes under, the Act.
Stewart Rothman. the Eisenhow

er labor solicitor, has. been doing

a better job of enforcing these
laws than the Democrats did. But
he can't do it without lawyers.
And if he has to Jire 35 lawyers,
the laws won't be enforced.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE!

a few

edThTrhe-'farhVsTot VhS
of the game, so to speak. ,ess dome and began t0 8p0rt

The next time somebody Brills

Elkins, whom Newsweek described
as a man "who has been a law lawbreaker
breaker lawbreaker since he was a teen ager
except when he was in jail." I wish

they'd ask him who got him his
job with Naval Intelligence, and in

quire as the precise nature of his

duties as a counterspy against the

sessue Hayakaws set.

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I, f v. i'3s:

toupee.

He also began experimenting!

with wig-making techniques, even eventually
tually eventually hitting upon the dental-plastic
idea.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
' M i r
Am ember' of the Eisenhower

Cabinet, believt it or not, was a

substantial contributor to Am e r-

icans for Democratic Action, the

liberal political group which car carries
ries carries on the traditions of FDR. A-

DA discovered during a recent

housecleaning-that Secretary of la

bor Jim Mitchell contributed 100

when ADA was launched 10 years

ago.
These whs msf M s x I c s's
'charming comic Centinflac at
ths Mexican Embassy the ether
night say he's dens American American-Mexican
Mexican American-Mexican relations mors goad
than the U.S.-Msxican presiden presidential
tial presidential confab at Whits Sulphur
Springs last year.

When he isn't battling with Con Congress,
gress, Congress, Postmaster General' Arthur
Summerfield gets a chuckle out of

postal oddities such as these: A
San Diego clerk named Amadeut
von Bible is chaplain of his local
in the National Federation of Post
Office clerks. . .When '; Seebree,
Ky.. extended rural carrier V. G.

Robard's route nine miles to in include
clude include Bill Gibson's new, home,
farmer s Gibson expressed his
thanks, by, leaving hot fried
chicken in his roadside rn'a'Ubox.'
, .Reason Secretary Dulles picked

his young assistant, Rodefic O' O'Connor,
Connor, O'Connor, to be State Department
Security Officer is to prevent any

more conspiring with -congressional
investigators.

Dulles was happy to name Scott

McLeod,' Joe McCarthy's ; friend,
ss Ambassador to Ireland 1n order

to get him out' of the Department.

But he flatly refused to name a-

ny of McLeod's friends as big Re Replacement,
placement, Replacement, -if' '

Instead he picked young O Con

nor, a former Air,Force bombar

dier and a good man.'

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That's Just what it's for, says
inventor Helm! Harie of Greet
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i says the converted heating pad
will bske your cold away. He
displayed it at the first later
'national Gadget Show' in New
i York City.

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gardener
Feminine
appellation
12 Poem

13 Toward ths
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14 Sacred imara

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18 Showed'
contempt .'
20 Measures
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21 Legal iMttera

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24 Cripple
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27 Alcott's

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42 Young hog
43- Doner
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5 Century plant ;
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11 Drinks made
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17 Laundry
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Qferma n-Spviet Relations H it New Low
With jrigry Letter Oh Atomic Weapons

BONN. Germany May 6 (UP)
, West German Chancellor Kon Kon-"rad
"rad Kon-"rad Adenauer today bluntly told
the Soviet Union that atomic
equipment ol the West German
Bundeswehr depends entirely on
Soviet agreement to an effective
control of world,-wide disarma disarmament.;.,:
ment.;.,: disarmament.;.,: He angrily rejected as "unsat "unsatisfactory"
isfactory" "unsatisfactory" a. letter by Soviet Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Andrei Smirnov which
'had virtually charged Adenauer
to.be ft lair, . ,
Smirnov bad claimed In h
three-page "letter, delivered to
Adenauer yesterday, the chan chancellor
cellor chancellor jVvn stated .that tWest
Germany had no atomic arms
and did not ask for any for her
new army. ,' ..
That i however was exactly
what the German Chancellor
according to his own not to
. Smirnoy last week ha.d told,the
.Soviets..,,;;,:!, L-V '.'
, Adenauers Government, in a

ij- brief ; comment on Dmir v

ter, said toaay:, 4

I I. 1 UK n-B "

i tory,( because It neither takes
into account .the : chancellor's

'atatenients "about T the present

.wHmarv situation nor recoenizes

H the. value the attitude of the
:U West t German government to-

' .njnrrfs atomic armament.

f ,t) Th wish expressed i by.
the Soviet letter that the Bonn

Government should formally
announce its position on this
subject was "unfair" In view of
Moscow's own attitude at the
London Disarmament Talks.
3) It was entirely up to the
Soviet Union to create the pre prerequisites
requisites prerequisites for an answer to all
these problems by agreeing to a
general disarmament with effec effective
tive effective control. c

, The exchange of letters be

tween Adenauer and Smirnov
and today's angry reaction plum

meted German-Soviet ' relations
to a new low just on the eve of
trade' talks between the two
countries tentatively scheduled to

begin later this month and al almost
most almost on the heels of the Bonn
NATQ conference.. -.
On April 25 the German Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor 'received the Soviet Am

bassador for an 80-mlnate talk.

which was also attended by
West German Foreign Minister
Heinrlch Von Brentano.
During this conversation Aden Adenauer
auer Adenauer told Smirnov that: u:
West .- Germany hasno
atomic weapons and haanot
i juked for-.anyB'i, ,;v,-Vv-"

(tr-itaSha would; prepared ;to'

- contribute to an international
diarmament .agreement ; with

.'Platters' Find

tastes

On British Tour
toNDON'ilay 6 (UP)-On .f
; Amerva't leading vocal groups,
soon going to Buenos Aires, report reported
ed reported today that "guerrilla wsrfare"
: against rock and roll is underway
?ln some parts of Britain.
t Now headlining .at the famous
Xondon Palladium after a nation nationwide
wide nationwide tour, the Platters said groups
of British youth .often show Op at
performances' M popular music
concerts ''loaded" with requests
for sentimental songs.
They snout for these when there
is too much rock and roll on the
program, according to Buck Ram,
iai at ima rhicieo lawyer who

now manage the Platters. He said

British teenage tans seem -u u.c
all kinds of-popular music, t he
beautiful "'melodies as well as the
rock and Toll. At the moment there
are groups that like one and groups
that Jikt the other, but the signs
are that the tastes -are merging.
"For-example, we.gef -our big biggest
gest biggest applause with a Jumpy thing
called 'He's Mine' and a lovely old
slow ballad 'At Your Beck and.
The Watters have Just signed!

for eight weeks in Buenos Aires at
$12,000 a week;. ; ; j :
Alg wiaiij Throws r
Grenade liilo Markcl
01 Jewish Quarter
CONST ANTINE, Algeria. May
6 (UP)A -nationalist extremist
tossed a" grenade Into a crowded
market- place of the Jewish
quarter i here today seriously
wounding two Jewish women
and. two Moslem vendors and
causing a panic that brought ln ln-,
, ln-, jury to. tea persona... - i
Police apprehended a suspect
who 4ik-many frightened on onlookers
lookers onlookers was trying to fleet the
marketplace-- - I
Trtwps and police set up a
cordon around the area.'
In Western Algeria rebel bands
attacked and set fire to five
faxma..rfurlnf the night In the
mountainous Aida region, about
ISO kilometers 00 miles) south southeast
east southeast of Oran. ;--,.
They -also tt tire to a school
and t attacked a .military out out-ct
ct out-ct r .ft-"-- ;
At- Tlemcen about 100 kilo kilometers
meters kilometers southwest of Oran. a 54 54-r
r 54-r par-old delivery man was kill kill-ad'
ad' kill-ad' by a rebel who escaped.
Outside .Tlemeen rebels sabo sabo-,
, sabo-, tared .the telephon line from
, Tunis to Casablanca.

efeetlve measures of control.
3. She was against nuclear
equipment for other countries,

including West Germany, but

the two blc world nowers.

Barely 48 hours later, on April

27, Moscow sent one of its atom
lc threat notes to the Bonn Gov

ernment, completely Ignoring

what Adenauer had told Smir
nov two days before.
The, chancellor angrily snap
ped back and asked the Ambas

sador In a formal letter on April

28 how that could have happen
ed.
Now, the Soviet Union In her
reply to Adenauer, claimed the
West German chancellor and
his foreign minister never said
anythlnr along those lines.

In fact charging. Adenauer to
be a lair, Smirnov with full con consent
sent consent of his government said in
his reply: "During the talk which
took place on April 25, neither

vou. Mr. Chancellor, nor the For.

elgn Minister, Herr Von Brenta Brentano
no Brentano made any statements to the
effect1 that the Federal" Govern,
merit does not intend to arm the

Bundeswehr with atomic iweap

'ona-of allow the statlonfhirn,!of

foreign ,l troop equipped with

atomic weapons on Its territory

Grouping Of Student ByiAge
Challenged In Six-Year Study

. NEW YORK, May 6 (UP)-The
traditional grouping of students by
age rather than mental ability was

cnauenged today : in a six-year

siuay maae oy ine i una tor tne

Advancement of Education.

More than a thousand students

or nign,' acaaemic promise were

admitted to 12 colleges and uni

versities before finishing high

school under, the program. They

- e ; rougniy two years younger

man tne average college fresh
? aiici only a few had com completed
pleted completed 12 years of prior Schooling,

The fund said. in its report that
the students outperformed their

classmates by a wide margin aca

demically, and also outperformed

a special group ot comparison stu

dents wno had entered the same

colleges at the normal age and

wno were about equal in acadmic
aptitude. v
MTie report said that a hieh pro

portion of the students were elect-

ea to inl Ueta-Kanna. twn wnn

Rhodes scholarships, and several

won National Science Foundation

Four Different Groups
The students. numhri'n t Mi

boys and 326 girls, entered (he-

paiucipating colleges in four

groups over a neriod nf frtm.

years, ine urst two groups have

graduated, the third is scheduled

iu graauaie in June, and the

'mrth is completing the junior

' The report said an inrnasino

number of educators and laymen
have begun to challenge the "as "assumption
sumption "assumption that regardless of ability
and energy each student must

move with his chronological aee

group through eight years of ele elementary
mentary elementary school, four years of high
school, and four years of college."
The report said that the evi evidence
dence evidence obtained in the experiment
"clearly indicates that the supe superior
rior superior student can be hurt by being
detained in an intellectual environ'
ment he has outgrown."
Minds Go Fallow
One of the students wrote in
his-r senior essayi "! don't advo advocate
cate advocate anything to radical as a so society
ciety society composed exclusively of eee-

heads, but it seems downright

cruei 10 rorce a ainea child to

suffer needless years of boredom

wnen he can have an opportunity

uj meei some ; line minas on a

college faculty- which might be

able to salvage at least part cf

his intellectual potential before the

habit of mental laziness has com

pletely encrusted him

rThe report said there was some

evidence that in many cass

''early admission to college freed

scholar from the boredom and

frustration of. an unchaUenging

high school environment, gave

them, new intellectual momentum.

ad enhanced their social and

emotional, maturation,"

Schools participating in the ex

periment were the University of

Chicago, Columbia '; University,
Fisk University, Goucher : College,
Lafayette College, the. -University
of Louisville, Morehouse College,
Oberlin College, Shimef College,
the -University of Utah, the Uni University
versity University of Wisconsin, and Yale

University

A Matter Of Tax: Age Of American Whisky
Up To Congress As Liquor Law Nears Debate

WASHINGTON, May 6 (UP) iwhkih taxes will soon fall due,

(UP) Whisky connoisseurs take

notes

Congress is about to become

embroiled in a battle to deter

mine whether you should be

permitted to buy American whis

ky that is 12, 15 or 20 years old-

ana li so. now soon.

- A small trickle of Imported

scotch whisky sold m thlscoun

try is as old as 25 years. But
American whisky, like most
Scotch, is aged no longer than

eigne years.

Most American distillers agree

it aoesn t improve whisky to age

it any longer. But they know
there are some drinkers who
would pay a premium price just

tne same lor older whisky.

The only reason they don't
produce it is that current tax

law makes it prohibitive. Amer
lean distillers must pay a fed

eral tax of $20.50 a gallon when
they withdraw their whisky from

the warehouse. If the whisky

isn't withdrawn after eight years

the government collects the tax
anyway. ;
Thit forcas American whltky
onto th market whan it bacemai
ight ykan eld. Diitillera can't af afford
ford afford to kcap millions of dollars flad
up In tsxas which far exceed the
cott of the whifky.
Schenley Industries, which has

large stocks of aging whisky on

Ford Foundaton in 1951 to ad administer
minister administer experimental programs
which hold promise of advancing
education in American schools and

The fund was established by the colleges. j

is leading a fight to revamp the

law. The House ways and Means
Committee' this week- plans to
stamp approval on an excise tax
revision bill -that would allow
distillers to keep whisky in ware warehouses
houses warehouses for as long as 20 years

before paying the tax.

The Schenley-backed measure
is expected to sail through the

House, but It will run into trou
ble in the Senate;
The American, Distilling Initi Initi-tute,
tute, Initi-tute, which claims to represent
makers of three-fourths of the A-1
merican whiiky sold In this coun country,
try, country, sharply oppoioa the measure
in Hi present form.

Overseas Chinese
Desert Vietnam
For Red China

MACAO. May 5 (UP) Two hun

dred and seven overseas Chinese

from South Vietnam arrived in this

Portuguese colony over the week

end en route to Communist China.
According to local gents of the

HongKong vessel Taposhan which

brought the Chinese here, there are

more than 600 other overseas Chi Chinese
nese Chinese in Saigon awaiting passage
to Red China via Macao.

Observers here believed that the

mass exodus of overseas Chinese
from South Vietnam was due to
Vietnamese president N g o Din

Diem s recent decree that all

Chinese born in Vietnam must be

come Vietnamese citizens.

The Institute objects because
the bill would apply to existing
stocks instead of being limited
to whisky; put Into barrels- oc
aging in the future. For example,
the bill would permit whisky
now seven years old to ba mark marketed
eted marketed three years hence -aa 10-year-old
whisky. -i
This, says the Institute, would
give an unfair competitive ad advantage
vantage advantage to Schenley and certain
other distillers who have larg
stocks of aged whisky already
on hand. ;&
The Institute says it would
back the legislation if it were

restricted to future stocks, mak making
ing making 20-year-old whisky available
only 20 yeara from now.

Soviets Set Up 14
Veaiher Stations

In Antarctic

MOSCOW, May 5 (UP) Soviet

scientists are setting up 14 unman,
ned floating:, weather stations, in

the Antarctic which will, automat

tically radio meteorological data to
a central collecting point.

An expedition of the Leningrad

Arctic Institute recently left fof
the central Polar basin to establish

the stations. ...

The institute set un an cxcerl

mental station last year that prov proved
ed proved to be successful and transmit

ted more than 500 data messages.

ine weainer siauon wui uaus-

mit data on air pressure, tempers
ature, wind velocity and other. me

teorological phenomena,

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r Tha Mail Ro h as opts ferum ier readers of TJie Manama American.
Letters are received gratefully anal are bandied ia a whellr confidential
i,' wanner, ;'?-".., -.'
'V If yea contribute laHar don't ba impatient if H doesn't appear tha
art day. Lertart ara published in tha order racaivad.
Please try to keep tha lettera limitad ta ana paga length.
- Identity af letter writers ia held In strictest confidence.
j' ,Thia nawipapar inumn ne responsibility for statements er opinioni
--expressed in lattara from readers.

THE MAIL BOX

NO SOUND, MUCH FURY

t read that an Itinerant named Henry B. Sargent has been

announcing grand Vans of what the, Fuerza y Luz is going to
' do for Panama. "We. . want to see the economic life .in the
MninfriMT in which we orjerate improved, and the standard of

living raised," he Is quoted a declaring.
. Mnf,.-r ..'.--f hof hi.fnra gtairlnir "an exhibit of Panama

alnuclff ic and Investment possibilities'-In New

Orleans, Sargent should try the lnriniteiy more aiu
of making a telephone call from the Canal ne to Panama
If Sargent is in the exhibition business, let him take his

. plans and propaganda to variety magazine.
.f,r"if he is in the telephone business, let him make It possible
-frjfrne to make a call from Balboa to Panama City during work work-ftthonra
ftthonra work-ftthonra lust as simply as I can make a call from Balboa to

Cristobal about 40 times the distance
1 if 'r k. 4. n infereatjut in evervone knowins: about Panama

why doesn't he give the Canal Zonians a chance firsts mat's

m!f objection to zonians raising w r"ui"i" j

Ninetv Dercent of the time I try to call Panama, between

,88x9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. I have to dial three or lour times De
" Hnrm t nan avn e-et a line Into Panama.

' -o..w4. ia nr. hi. wflv down t.o Brazil to dedicate a new

hydroelectric plant. Fine for Brazil, but couldVt he have cut

hJspeech here short by tne ume reqmrea w u'iw
' ZT-' i! Txinoma tn t.h PaTlttl Zone?

r...ro T.nw u mnt. rAnable at cuttlnir sueeches short

M" anyone who finally gets through to Panama by phone is apt

I believe I read some Fuerza y Luz propaganda a while oac
toThe effect that each telephone In Panama.ayerages more calls
:per day than each telephone in New York; 'I'm sure that each
telephone in Panama averages a whole lot more attempted calls
Tier dav than each telephone In New York, because in New York

you generally get through first try. No waiting ; your turn on
'Coefcinerv rieslamed. I suspect, for a town about the size of Da-

" .j :,r Jv'
- f 'And If the comparison with New Yofk" is genutriei. and rl

iave no reason to believe otherwise,.. mat ig.a mi-tci w
T f 4v, misrTa t.v. :re-enuinment section' with

1 wnnniuuiciiLcu wi uuc j .

Jnxiety. not to the propaganda sectlonji with pride,
rJ t nhiiooH tn iv t.h hlame. the delay or the-lmpos

Mbllity of my Panama calls ton the Fuerza. y Luz; because the
ease with which I can call any other- part of the Zone leaves

the panCanal's telephone section m tne ciear. c .-
r t tm fni- Panama, oh brother. I set my choice

'rop.n hiis signals and no sienals whatsoever. If the Fuerza

i I.uz wants to design a line for use by. deaf mutes, that's all

ilht bv me. but don't test it Between me uanai une nu
ima when I have Important calls to make ln p,

Labor ; News

And
Comment

1

''ButWeYCanlGetiRidiofiltVWithout :V
f Wrecking? the VWhole! Housed ;-'-

FUTURE FOR PEDRO MIGUEL

it oin mr f.n road articles in the Mall Box about my for

mer home, which is now referred to as Gator. Qnlch. v ......
-T u.r.intiivAt tn pnrirn Miiniel for a number; f; years, my

memoriea of it as M, orderly community with pleasant gardens
iand haftiv residents is still strong enoughto make me wonder
M the urtsefit-residents eould not do something to improve their
J I know that most of them are young servicemen and their

Wives wno Deiong 10 w era ui ciuiv-j-8i.i.
ect the Panama Canal government, the U.S. Army,: the Air
.Force, Marines anyone to help them, but they don't" seriously
'think of helping themselves.
U If they were to imagine they were pioneers, which many of
tnelr predecessors on Army posts were, just think what they
ieould make of what they have now.
, Instead of having to build log huts, they have houses al already
ready already built. If they don't like them, they can Improve them.
If their community life Is not all that It might be, they
must look to themselves for the reason why.
! There are many people who will be glad to have such bulld-
fng to shelter them, and while they are not the young bride's
dream of a rose-covered cottage, they should be a challenge to

ker homemaklng ability. ' -

Please try to tase tnis stigma on reoro Miguei.- 11 nas naa
happy past and could have a happy future.
Sentimental

.1

it

Do you save your spare dollars

as you earn?

Do those dollars bring

a good return?

Mr

If not, perhaps you ought

to know

How mutual funds help

income grow.

Why f CMtvlf ws

FEDERATED PLANS, Inc.
THE MTTCAL FUND CENTER
Bx ail Faaaiba, R, F TcL Fsm. J-7H1

By VICTOR RIESEL
If I war the Washington cor
raspondant for Moscow's Pravds
this past wak, I'd have cabled
tha comrad editors in coda that
thoy'd betatr burn Lanin'i books
tha Amarican class struggle
fust- isn't davoloping according
to Comrade Hoyla.

' Otherwise how could the Russian

writer explain why a Senate inves

ugaung committee, directed by a

conservative from Arkansas. Sen

John McClellan, has been spending

anxious moments and scarce funds

seeking out instances of capitalist-

management violence or corniD'

tion to match the muscle move

ment inside some umons.

That's exactly what's been hap

pening. Mot out of sensitivity to

criticism, but out of a sense of
fairness, the Senate Select Commit Committee
tee Committee on Improper Activities in the
Labor or Management Field v has.
had investigators out tracking down
reports of management violence
snd has held up hearings on some
big city mobs in an effort to avoid
giving the public a distorted pic

ture.
During the past few weeks

"couple of investigators" dropped

into rortsmoutn, Uhio, for exam

pie. at tne airect orders of com

mittee counsel Bob. Kennedy. They
were rushed to the Ohio city
which last year had virtually been

cut oil rrom tne outer world by a

violent Communications Workers

strike.

Cables had bean slashed, Ex Exchanges
changes Exchanges had boon batiagad. Tha
strike was finally settled, but not
before tha Ohio Canaolidatad

Telephone Company haled the u-"

nion before the National Labor
Relation Board charging the
labor organisation with unfair
labor practices, Tha trial exami examiner's
ner's examiner's report- was startling.

The examiner, a auasi-iudirial

officer of this U.S.- government,
charged" dramatically that "the com

pany was responsible for much cf

tne tetepnone strike violence. What
Startled Counsellor Kennertv u

the trial examiner's statement on

page zs 01 ms 37 page decision
that he had found an "'establish "'established
ed "'established company policy of instigating

ivicuis suguiusi tne piCKCtS.
i The trial examiner further ?a

mazea .Kennedy with his attack
upon the telephone com Dan v. ....

In dismissing thu

14-:-. T-- en-J

piaini, me examiner ch arced

uC uuiufsu iias displayed -S HI
COntemDt bv. . .consnirino wlih

hired "investigators' to engage in

viuieace aaainst certain itni

leaders and. . en B a Bed in etimi

physical violence against striking

CJ1IU1UTCI. ...

Checking the full decision. Kn.

ucujr, iouiiu me trial examiner had
questioned, under oath, emolnvp

.1 r. .. ..

hi ure ourns uetecuve Agency,
working out of" Pittsburgh; This
government document actually
saysr v-:.

It is unditputod that Clrnr

Williams, president of the Ohio -Consolidated,
solicited and ob obtained
tained obtained the services of ChaCles
W. Crouthars, than employed by

the William J. Burns Intam..

tional Detective Agency, n come
to Portsmouth in his private ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, and with othr soar a.

fives, to perform investigation

services rolstinct ta tha atriba.

"Credible testimony of theia in.

vBSUKaiors siniihe th

their arrival in Portsmouth," they

""o uiiseu oy comoanv nffioia

to break the strike by removing

utu sLTise, in any manner
they saw fit, four named strike
leaders.' .

"In addition to

w regarauig tne UvesUgstion of
cable cutting, the Investigators

.1. 10 remove lour of the
strike leaders from further strike
activity in any manner they saw
fit by running them down with
an automobile if necessary. The
four strikers named were Hippie
Bush. Sheoherd anri rnnt ti.-

ficials identified them by display-'

previously taken
'They met the next night
uo! tw!0m,nr ffieials:
VK), and were again urged ta
ditpoae of the four strike load loaders.
ers. loaders. Also on this ocasion they
wore instructed ta mingle with
tha crowd the next day in tha
Lobar Day parade and ta parti parti-cipata
cipata parti-cipata in. If it occurred, a rw
fle? Wrekin
Now there i no doubt that there
was union violence against compa company
ny company supervisors and some wreckage
of property by angry strikers. That
wss es wrong as it was brutsl
But the National Labor Relation.
nSul f VgM ""ut
unio telephone company are as se serious
rious serious as those we hsve levelled a a-gsmst
gsmst a-gsmst violence on the other side. I
Sen McCleUaa's committee is
going down the middle. That's why
the investigators were in Porta Porta-mouth
mouth Porta-mouth and why the editors of
Prsyda Just csal make out us fun funny
ny funny Americans. ;

mSammm 11 ""T NUfarv"ict, Inc.

IJERRY

T ttlW HAtlOM

1,

Naval Aides
By BOB RUARK

One day somebody will 'smoke

out the brilliant man who came up

wun tne idea, tnat crooics were of

inestimable assistance in helping

tne navy win world war 11.

g

ug tuv win Ttuuu nc ix. -f
I was noticing that in the b!

hearings over the. Teamsters

nion's involvements with Lad boys

and worse girls that the suave cri

minal, Jim Elkins, was iiastMy
summoned in the middle of the

war to protect the West Coast

from Jap spies. ., tiC

Elkins wss the-bootlegger, gun

man, and gambler who tipped the

lid on some of the less s ivory uvi

VQivements 01 ; tiave necx 1 ncn

union. As I read It, he performed

considerable service" for Naval

Intelligence as a counterspy. I

didn't bother to cau Naval Intelli

gence to check, I Men through

this one before. -

It s very old hat today, but when

Lucky. Luciano got sprung by the
parole board in New York State,
Tom Dewey's office mentioned as

a possible reason that Charlie Luc

ky had 'worked in cahoots with

Naval Intelligence and bad per

formed considerable services from

his tiny cot in Dinnemors. i

There were a lot of grisly details

involving nome people who were

got to, out we wont go into those

ine point was that, as 1 remem-

btr it, Lucian-J from the same
tiny cot in Dannemora organiz
ed the invasion of Sicily, the inva

sion of Italy, the Italian fishermen

of the Grand Banks around Newfoundland,-
and possibly a floating
trap game Id Caserta. All but the
lapf possibility wore seriously of of-fere,i
fere,i of-fere,i to the public. ;

"? Apart from the fact that every
t'vid OI was a pnisan, apart from

tne tact that t.ticim o left iticuy as

child, apart from the fact that

we flidn t neod thugs to run a war.

apart from tho fact that there are
very few Sicilians fishing for cod

eft Nova Sco'ia. and apart from

the tact that Charlie Anslmger in
the Bureau of Narcotics nut the

Xiriffer on a tow people who sot r

ranged," thue would be very ln ln-tle
tle ln-tle work for a guy like Luciano to
do from his .crib in the coop.

Returning to the present, the

slick James B. Elkins might be in

valuable in horse room or a jailiJ

house, but there lust weren't e

nougn Japs lett loose on tne coast

to spy on. : -.. 1

The first thing they did in about:

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this Mother's Day!
Come to Us for the giftt

that uill give Mother the
longest-lasling pleasure!

. Hert ar ,t few of

k tugarestiona!
tVa'va dozens and dozens
more, watches? jewelry
. or diamonds. ',

DUTY viJ u-.aui

pnea
CTOul

the first month after Pearl Hir.

bor was to lock up a flock of loyal
American citizens who suffered
from a slight slant in the-eye

ueyarimeni.
.- ';'

There might have been a small
spy problem in and around Hono

lulu, where a ood ; many of the

ioiks nave Japanese blood, but I
can't see what possible value El-

Kins would nave been to the war of-

fort, even thrcugh his criminal

connections. How many Japanese

crooxs were there who associated

with mucins and his, shady eompa
nions? iy-fi;,!?-.

1 aon i suppose it 11 ever see a

full explanation, as the doubletalk

on Luciano showed, but there was

somebody, somewhere, with a very
strong fixable function in .the

isnt; forces ,iq which ,L,sa unhero
eyy ser-vedpossitily becauioJ I

Somebody got to somebody, and
somebody laid 90 anaubi for a
lot of bums.
Anslinger had it pretty well nail nailed,
ed, nailed, but he only retrieved: a few

punks. And by the time be retriev

WASHINGTON A significant

development has taken place in U.

a. oisarmament negotiations, and
in the life of disarmament nego

tiator naroia stassen. '.

John Foster Dulles has vbeeun

to uxe jtne cnude Harold."

This is important. It wasn't the

Case before, Stassen. once refer

red to as "the wonder bov" when

he becamse r. young nrodiev Gov

ernor of Minnesota, was formerly

uccy m mo uuues noEnouse.

When Harold held a background

press conference last December to
paint a rosy view of Russian dis

armament proposals, Dulles, then
in Paris, held a backgrounder next
day to tell the press how wrong

ijaroia was.

stassen was tnen.worxmg direct'

ly under White House orders. Be

cause Dulles didn t like either
him or this arrangement. Stassen

was transferred to the Mate De

partment, where he would have to

take orders direct irom tne aecre'

tary of State. -,

5tain has boon a good sport
about this continued ti work
hard for disarmament, and be believe
lieve believe it or not, Dulles has come
to like him.
He has boon Impressed by
Stessen's negotiating ability,
now shares his view, that there
i definitely a chance, to make

some hay with the Russians on

disarmament.

Stassen has detected an appar

ent desire on the part of the Rus

sians to wrap up some Kina 01 01s
armament agreement.

This coincides with a rather fa

vorable report from retiring Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Charles Bohlen that the

Kremlin is concentrating on dom

estic problems, doesn t want war.

Result is that Stassen has gone

back to Europe with the green
light from both the President and
the Secretary of State to go all-

out for a disarmament agreement.

WIG-MAKING EX-SENATOrt

Idaho's bewigged ex-Sen. "Glenn

Taylor, who lost by a hair in the
Democratic primary to young

Frank Church, is about to enter
the wig-making business.1 '

The ex-Senator, who ran for vice
president witth' Henry Wallace in
1948, will call his hairpiece the
"Taylor Topper." It will be nation

ally advertised.
- Taylor la an ox-cowboy who
strummed and sang his way in into
to into tha Senate in 1944, made a
good record in tha Senate, but
got carried away by Henry Wal Wallace's
lace's Wallace's progressive friend in 1948.
Now retired to private life, Tay

lor has already made a few tou

pees for friends and wears one
himself. The secret is dental plas

tic, the stuff dentists use to take
"impressions' for casting gold in

lays. V .- : iv.'k

Taylor uses the same piastre to

take "impressions on tiis'cnenu

bald pates; Then be attacheshaif

to the pisstic, assuring tne wear

ers a penect lit. 1 ,-

Glena eame-by his new proles-

years in show business, ir. the

course of which he lost his hair,

f Taylor says he got tired of the

Mexican Ambassador Manuel
Tello Save a iam-Dacked recrfbtinn

for the movie star after "Around

tne world in 80 Days" opened in

wasnington. -, .cab Chairman
James R. Durfee expects domes domestic
tic domestic air travel to exceed raii, tra travel
vel travel for the first time next year.
. U.S. Chamber of Commerce of officials
ficials officials are wondering if ) they
weren't too successful In their
campaign for government "econo "economy.''
my.'' "economy.'' House economizers, took the
cue from the Chamber by eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating the Business end ,D e fen s av

Services Administration ,sof the
Commerce Department, the Cham-
)...'. .kU( l.kk.. u.'w L...1:

b viuci uiuvj ivi via uuoiiicaa
in the government
UNDERCUTTING LABOR LAWS

ed them, the fathers got in front! m""; 2rrla LTK
of the game, so to speak. 4 touoet

The next" time somebody '; erills

Elkins, whom Newsweek described

as a man "who has been law

breaker since he was a teen ager
except when he was in jail." I wish

they'd ask him who got him his
job with Naval Intelligence, and in

quire as the precise nature of his

duties as a counterspy against the

&essue Hayakawa set.

fi-'rn mi I mil inn

toupee,

He also began experimenting
with wig-making techniques, even

tually hitting upon the dental-plastic
idea.
MERRY-GO-ROUND

, A member of the Eisenhower

Cabinet,' believ it or not, was .a

substantial contributor to Am e r-

icans for Democratic Action, the

liberal political group which car

ries on the traditions of FDR. A A-DA
DA A-DA discovered during a r e e e n t

housecleamng-that Secretary of la

bor Jim Mitchell contributed 100

when ADA was launched 10 years

ago:- :', v:.r-":--!-' .-

' Those who mot tv e x I c e s
'charming comic 'Csntinflat at
the Mexican Embassy the other
night say he's done American American-Mexican
Mexican American-Mexican relations more good
than the U.S.-Mexican presiderw
lei confab at White Sulphur
Springs last year. j

Republicans who don't helieva

in Ike's '.'modern Republicanism,"
plus conservativ Democrats, nave
more method than madness ia cut

ting key portions of the budget.
Certain significant 'slices will
undercut certain laws which the
solons don't wsnt enforced.- .'

Take, for exsmole. thertmnna 1

slice out of the Office of the Soli.

citor of the Labor department
The public doesn't undertand what
this means, but it will,, result in
the firing of 35 lawyers from tha

Solicitor's idepartment-H

mis, in turn, will moan that
the minimum wage act, the
Walsh-Hoaly Act, and the Davis.
Bacon Act will not be enforced.
These are laws which conser conservative
vative conservative RepubK ana Democrats
voted against in the first place,
and the easiest way ,ts Undercut
them is to hack away at their
enforcement appropriation.
The Davis-Bacon Act requires

contractors to pay the prevailing

wage on government construction

contracts. ;"' '.'''

The Walsh-Healy Act sets wag

es on government contracts other
thsn construction. v; : k

The Fan Labor Standards. Act

sets minimum wages in all indus

try wmcn comes under, the Act.
Stewart Rothman. the Eisenhow

er .labor, solicitor, has been doing
a better job of enforcing these
laws than the Democrats did. But

he can't do it without' lawyers.

And if be has to fire 35 lawyers,

tne laws won t pe emorceo.

WASHINGTON PIPELINE!
When he isn't battllnz -with ftn.

gress, Postmaster General" Arthur

bummerfieid gets a chuckle out of

postal oddities such as these: A

&an Diego clerk named Amaieus

von Bible is chaplain of his' local

in the National Federation of Post
Office clerks. . .When Seebree,
Ky., extended rural carrier ". G.

Robard's route nine miles to in include
clude include BUI Gibson's new h o m e,
farmer Gibson 'expressed' his
thanks by leaving .; a ,'; hp fried
Chicken in his roadside mailbox.5
. .Reason Secretary Duties nicked

his young assistant, Roderlc O'

Connor, to be State Department

Security Officer is to prevent any

more conspiring with congression congressional
al congressional investigators. ;
Dulles wss happy to name Scott

McLeod,' Joe McCarthy's friend.

as Ambassador to Ireland in order

to get him out' of the Department.

But he flatly refused to name a a-ny
ny a-ny of McLeod'i friends ?as nil re replacement.
placement. replacement.
Instead he picked young O'Con O'Connor,
nor, O'Connor, a former Air) Force bombar bombardier
dier bombardier and a good man4. ;,-.

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Everybody will know you have
a cold if you doa this gadget
That's just what it's for, says
Inventor Helm! Harie of Great
Neck. Long Island, NX Harie

i says the converted heating pad
twill bake your cold away. He
displayed it at the first later
'naUonal Gadget Shoe far New
lYork Qty. - -V

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Germah-Sovief Relations Hit New Low
WifeArigry Letters Oh Atomic Aea pons

BONN. Germany. May. 6-i (UP)

. West German Chancellor Kon-

tftd Adenauer today bluntly tow
the Soviet union :. that atomic

equipment ot the West German

. Bunoeswenr aepenas enwreiy n
Soviet agreement to an effective
control, of worldwide disarma disarma-,
, disarma-, ment.; ,..,;'V'- v.,' : V-'-Vs:
. He angrily rejected as "unsat "unsatisfactory?
isfactory? "unsatisfactory? a letter -by Soviet Am Ambassador'
bassador' Ambassador' Andrei Smlrnov which
'had virtually charged Adenauer
toe ft lair, :
Smlrnov bad claimed III h
three-page "letter, delivered to ,,
Adenauer yesterday, the chan-,
ceUpepver stated that West
Germany had no atomic arms
and, did not ask for any for her
'.'"new army. 'V'-J'r-w"V';
, That however V was exactly
what the German Chancellor
according; to bis bwnnoti .to
, Smlrnov last; week htjd tqlalhe
...Soviets. -: jv, : ,,.
. Adenauers I Govemment,, In a
ii brief ; comment on Smlrnovs let-.

':' l). The reply was unsatlsfaoi-I

i tory .because it neiuicr
into 4 iccount the chancellor's

AUteit)entsab6ut : the" prent
'i military situation nor recognizes
-the value the attitude, of tne
- West German government -o
'wards, Atomic armament.,, " ;
i t it) Tha wish expressed by,
i the Soviet letter that the Bonn

Government should formally
, announce its position on this
subject was "unfair" in view ot
Moscow's own attitude at the
; London Disarmament Talks.
3) It was entirely up to the
Soviet Union to create the ore-

requisites for an answer to all

these problems by agreeing; to A
general disarmament with effec effective
tive effective control. v U,,
. The exchange of letters- be between
tween between Adenauer and Smlrnov
and today's anerv reaction Dlum-

meted German-Soviet ' relations
to a new low Just on the sve of
trade- talks between the two
countries tentatively scheduled to

begin later this month and al almost
most almost on the heels of the Bonn
NATQ conference. j
h On April 25 the German Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor received the Soviet Am

bassador for. an 80-minote talk

which was also attended' by
West- German Foreign Minister
Heinrlch Von Brentano. ,.-v w;,
fv During this conversation Aden

auer toid smirnov tnai:
West r Germany has no'
atomic weapons and hasnot
! asked for-anv.,v,;; -j.,-: ,,;;',v."u

MrtaShe would be prepared to'

' Contribute to aa International
disarmament arreement with

tastes

On Brilish Tour

efeetlve measures of control.

3. She was against nuclear

equipment for other countries

including West Germany, bat

ine two Dig worm powers,.
- Barely 48 hours later, on April

27, Moscow sent one or its atom,
ic threat notes to the Bonn Gov

ernment, ; completely Ignoring
what Adenauer had told Smlr

nov two days before.

' The, chancellor angrily Snap

ped back and asked the Amoas

sador In a formal letter on April

28 how that could have happen
ed. 1 -.
Now, the Soviet Union In her
reply to Adenauer, claimed the
West German Chancellor and
his foreign minister never said
anythinr alone those lines. '"

In fact charging. Adenauer to

be a lair, smlrnov with run con

sent of his government said in
his reply: ''During the talk which
took place on April 25, neither
you, Mr. Chahcellor, nor the For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister, Herr Yon Brenta Brenta-no.
no. Brenta-no. made any statements to the
effect that the Federal' Govern Government
ment Government does not intend to arm the
Bundeswenr with atomic weap weapons
ons weapons -or allowe the 8tatlonftii!",tf

loreira irooos- eouiDpea wni

atomic weapons on its territory

Grouping Of Students By Age
Challenged In Six-Year Study

- NEW YORK, May 6 (UP)-The
tradiUonal grouping of students by
age rather than mental ability was

challenged today in a six-year

siuay maae Dy me una lor tue

Advancement of Education.

More than a thousand --students

oi nign,- acaaemic promise were

admitted to 12 colleges and uni

versities before ? finishing high

school sunder the' program. They

.-.e mugniy iwo years younger

man i tne average college fresh-

u ., and only a few had: com

pleted 12 years of prior schooling.

' The fund said. in its reoort that

the students outperformed their

classmates bya wide marein aca-

demically, and also outperformed

special group ox comparison stu students
dents students who had entered the same

colleges at the normal age and

who were about equal in acadmic
aptitude. y,,-.. ; "vv';

The reporf said that a high pro

portion oi me stuaents were iect.

ed to Phi Beta-Kappa, two won
Rhodes scholarships, and several

won National Science Foundation

four Different Groups

The students. numhorinV t ni

boys and 326 girls, entered : the the-tiaiucipating
tiaiucipating the-tiaiucipating colleges in rii four

groups over a her od xnt i

n-i

years, ine nrst two. groups have

ki wuiim, me imra is scheduled

iu Krauuaie m June, and the
")urth, is completing the lunior

The report said an Increasing

numDer of educators and laymen
have begun to challenge the "as "assumption
sumption "assumption that regardless of ability
and energy each student must

move with his chronological age

A Matter Of Tax: Age Of American Whisky
Up To Congress As Liquor Lav Nears Debate

group through eight years of. ele elementary
mentary elementary school, four years of high
school, and four years of college."

vtThe report vsaid that the ; evi

dence obtained in .the experiment

'clearly indicates that the supe

rior student can be hurt bv.beine

detained in an intellectual environ

ment he has outgrown."
Minds Co Fallow
- j .
One of the students wrote in
his; senior essays "I don't advo advocate
cate advocate anything to radical as a so society
ciety society composed exclusively of egg eggheads,
heads, eggheads, but it i seems downneht

cruel to force a gifted child to

suffer needless years of boredom
when he can have an opportunity
to meet' some fine minds on a
college faculty which might be
able to salvage at least part cf

nis intellectual potential before the
habit of mental laziness has com

pletely encrusted ihim,;

It The report said there was some

evidence; that m-M many cass

"early admission to college freed

scnoiar from the boredom and

frustration of t an i unchaUeneine

nign v scnooi environment, gave

them new intellectual momentum.

and enhanced their : social 'and

emptionali. maturation".

- Schools' participating in the ex

periment were the Universitv of

Chicago, Columbia t University,
Fisk University,, Goucher College,
Lafayette College, the. sUniversity
of Louisvflle, Morehouse College,
Oberlin College, Shimer College,
the "University of Utah, the Uni University
versity University of t -Wiscon.sin, and Yale

universuy.

WASHINGTON, May 6 (UP)
(UP) Whisky connoisseurs take

note:s ;.. : r

Congress Is about to become

embroiled In a battle to' deter

mine whether you should be
permitted to buy American whis whisky
ky whisky that is 12, 15 or 20 years old old-and
and old-and if so, how soon.

A small trickle 1 of Imported

Scotch whisky sold in this coun

try is as old as 25 years. But

American whisky, like 5 most

Scotch,' Is aged no longer than

eignt years. .

Most American distillers agree

it doesn't Improve whisky to age

it any longer. But they know

there are some drinkers w ho

would pay a premium price ust

me same lor older wnisicy.

The only reason they don't

produce it is that current tax

law makes It prohibitive. Amer
lean distillers must pay a fed'

eral tax of $20.50 a gallon when

tney withdraw their whisky from
the warehouse. If the whisky
isn't withdrawn after eight years
the government collects the tax

anyway. s i,
This forcai 1 Amarlcan whisky
enfa the market whari ir becentas
aighr yaars old. Dirtillari can't af afford
ford afford to kaap millions af dollars tlad
up In taxai which far axcead the
catt. of the whbkf.:-4-H.yvv,i- -Schenley
Industries, which has
large stocks of aging whisky on

Ford Foundaton In 1951 to ad administer
minister administer experimental : programs
which hold promise of advancing

education in American schools and!

The fund was established by the colleges. '.

which taxes will soon fall due

is leading a fight to revamp the

law. The House Ways and Means
. Committee vthis week- plans to

stamp approval on an excise tax
revision bill that' would allow

distillers to keep whisky In ware

houses for as long as 20 years

before paying the tax.

The Schenley-backed measure
is expected to sail through the
House, but it will run Into, trou

ble: In. the Senate; ; ,.
. The American, Diatillinaj Inttl Inttl-futa,
futa, Inttl-futa, which claim to raprssent;
makers of thraa-fourthi of the A-
marican Whisky sold in this coun country,
try, country, sharply apposes the measure
in its present form, s

Overseas Chinese
Desert Vielnam
For Red China
MACAO,' May 5 ?UP)-Two hun

dred and seven overseas Chinese

from South Vietnam arrived in this
Portuguese colony over the week weekend
end weekend en route to Communist China,

According to local gents of the

HongKong vessel Taposnan whicn
brought the Chinese here, there are
more than 600 other overseas Chi Chinese
nese Chinese in Saigon awaiting passage
to Red China via Macao.
' Observers here believed that .the

mass exodus of overseas Chinese
from South Vietnam was due to

Vietnamese president N g o Din

Diem's recent decree that au
Chinese born in Vietnam must be

come Vietnamese citizens.

The -institute objects because;
the bill would apply to existing
stocks instead of being -limited
to whisky put Into barrelsfor
aging in the future. For example,
the bill would permit whisky
now seven years old to be mark marketed
eted marketed three years hence -as, 10
year-old .whisky.. A.?- i r.
This, says the institute, would
give an unfair competitive ad advantage
vantage advantage to Schenley and certain
other distillers who have largo
stocks of aged whisky already
on'hand.U .-. -, ..-
The institute says it : would
back the legislation if it wera

restricted to future stocks, mak

ing 20-year-old whisky available

oniy ?o years from now.

Soviels Set Up 14
Vealher Jlalions

In Antarctic

MOSCOW. May '5 (UP) -Soviet

scientists are setting up 14 unman
ned floating- weather stations in

the Antarctic which will automat

tically radio meteorological data to
a central collecting point. rt v

An expedition of the Leningrad

Arctie Institute recently left fof
the central Polar basin to estahlisn

the stations. - ...

The institute set up an experlf
mental station last year that -prov

ed to be successful and transmit
ted more than 500 data messages!
The weather station will trans
mit data on air pressure, tempers
ature, wind velocity and other, me-
teorological phenomena,

T

TOMORROW

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TUESDAY

' "L0ND0NMay (UP)On Of
America's leading vocal ,tf groups,
isoon going to Buenos Aires, report reported
ed reported today that "guerrilla wirfare"
Against rock and roll s underway
in some parts of Britain. ;
Now headlining at the famous
'London PalUdium after a nation-wide
tour, the Platters said groups
of BriUsh youth .often show Op at
performances' of popular m u si e
concerts ''loaded" with requests
for sentimental songs. .''!
They-about for these when there
Is too much rock and roll on the
program, according to Buck Ram,
a onetime Chicago ; lawyer who
now manages the Platters. He said
British teenage fans seem -to- like
all kinds of-popular music, the,
beautifuPmelodies as well 'as the
rock and Toll. At the moment there
are groups that like one and groups!
Oiat like the other, but the signs
are that the tastes are merging.
"For example, we get -our. big

gest applause with a jumpy thing
r.ii'u.-. Min and a lovely old

and

umT 'He's Mine'

slow ballad 'At Your Beck

The Putters have just signed
for eight weeks in Buenos Aires at
$12,000 a week,.
AlgenHii Throws

Grcnidelnlo Market
Ot Jewish Quarter r
CONST ANTTNB. Algeria, May
UP)--A nationalist extremist
tossed a grenade Into a crowded
roars et place of the Jewish
quarter here today seriously
wounding two Jewish women
and two Moslem vendors and
causing a panic that brought In Injury
jury Injury to tea persons. -..
Police apprehended a suspect
who like -many frightened on onlookers
lookers onlookers was trying to fleet the
marketplace.'
Troops and police set up a
cordon around the area. ;
In Western Algeria rebel bands
attacked and set fire to five
farm during the night in the
mountainous Aids region, about
150 kUometera o miles) soutb soutb-ea.t
ea.t soutb-ea.t ot Oran. -
Thv i.r t fire to a school
and attacked f a military out out-sotU
sotU out-sotU At Tlemren about -100 kilo kilo-SnetfTi
SnetfTi kilo-SnetfTi aou'-hst of Oran. a 54-fear-old
tiflivfry man was kill killed
ed killed by a rebfl who escaped.
Cmr1e T.emren rebels sabo sabo-wrd.the
wrd.the sabo-wrd.the telphon line from
l"ants to Casablanca.

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inhi.i-i.h rnnnii irrMatt .vninar Mr Jpffrisi i the f ormer Vlrslnia. Suth Relnhardt. daueh-

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PRESIDENT AND MRS. ERNESTO DE LA GUARDIA JR.

ULL BE FETED AT GALA BANQUET AT UNION CLUB

' MdOteri of the Diplomatic Corps accredited to Panama

and their wives plan to five a (a banquet at th Union
J "TOa Viiest Friday nifht In honor of President Ernesto d la
' .uafdla Jr. and the First Lady of Panama.

Mrs. Bsrteir.
Entertain Per
PirtinauUlwd Visiter

Mrs Terrucio Bertoli gave a
luncbeoa party at ther home Fri

day m honor of Baroness p Franca

Rosset Deandre, who was yisituig

MRS. JORGE ANGELINI models a yellow linen afternoon

dress from Rhodas at the Lion's Club Fashion Show, which
was held at the Golf Club, Friday. A solid gold bracelet with
a little Longines watch and a detachable gold and diamond
pin la. worn. over the glove. All jewelry worn In the show

was loaned by casa Fastllch.

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way to New York en route to Rome, Italy, where' she will
represent the Isthmian -Nurses' Association at -the Eleventh1
Quadrennial Congress of the International CourjcU of Nurses. :

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The Baroness left to r t n rh

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Jeffriss-Rsinliardr
Wedding At Cocsli
Miss Virginia Ruth Relnhardt,
daughter, of Mr. and Mrs.; Walter
C. Rainhardt Jr. of Cocoll be.ame
the bride of Mr. Curtis Brown Jef Jeffries,
fries, Jeffries, son of Mrs. Vera Aitken of
Curundu, at St. Andrew's Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal Church Friday night.
Father William W. Baldwin offi

ciated at the ceremony.
The bride, who was given away,,
by her father, entered the church
in a floor-length gown of Swiss em-1
broidered organdy set in three
tiers with a cummberbund of white

peau de soie. She carried a nose

gay of gardenias and white or orchids,
chids, orchids, and the shoulder-length veil
of French tulle fell from a coronet
of seed pearls.
Miss Susan Knapp was maid of
honor and Miss Elizabeth Roin-

hardt was junior bridesmaid.

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The best man was Mr. Hubert

J. Jordan. Ushers were Mr. Paul

Douglas Gibbs and Mr. Miks Car

penter.

During the ceremony Mr. Don

Randall played the organ and Mr.'
Victor Herr sans "0 Promise Me"

and "Because." i

They alas played and sang at!

the reception which followed at the

Tivoli Guest House.

The bride is a graduate of Bal

boa High School, class of '56. She
has been attending the Canal Zone i
Junior College. j
The groom, who is a graduate
of Balboa High School and C.Z.!
Junior College is employed by the
Canal Zone Postal Division.
The couple left for a honeymoon!
at Gorgona Beach. The b ridel
wore a bule plaid sheath with aJ
white collar for the trip. j

They returned yesterday asdi

plaa to make their home on the

Atlantic' Side.

Mist Icata

Of Um Clubs

Miss Sooia Cristina Icaia, Lions
Sweetheart c Costa Rica, was

chosen to bear a similar title for

Central America during Um 16th

Annual Convention sa Lions Clubs

which cams a close hers yeater
day.- J
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SPECIAL COMMUNICATION

ARMY LODGE, A.F, & A.M.
A Special Communication of Army Lodge, A.F. & A.M.
will be held in the Cristobal Masonic! Temple, Cristo-'f
bat, Canal Zone oh Tuesday, May 7, t1 957 "at 4:30
p.mi for the purpose of conducting funeral services"11
on the late
. i '.: : WF.'

BROTHER NELSON WENDEU MAGNET

All friends and associates of the family are cordially
invited to attend the service.

Joseph J. Lnkacs, PJl..
i Secretary '.

Dean.I. Studebaker
, Worshipful Master

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Olga riumphreys
Mpresent Local
Nurse In Italy ;
Olga1 N. Humphreys, R. N..
leaves Sunday for New York en

route to Rome. Italy where she

will represent the Isthmian Nurs Nurses'
es' Nurses' Association at the Eleventh
Quadrennial Congress of the Inter International
national International Council of Nurses .jneet .jneet-'
' .jneet-' intr Mav 5T rn .Tiinn 1. 1957. J

v v Mrs. Humphreys, wife of ; Wv
'Friti Humphreys, of Colon, R. P.,
it ) graduate of the Swedish Hos Hospital
pital Hospital School of Nursing, Minneapo Minneapolis.
lis. Minneapolis. MennpRnta. She came to the

Isthmus in 1941 and has been em'

nlnvod a a registered, nurse on

tnth eiAaa nt tha TcthmilS. M t 8.

Hunphreys is presently employed
as a Staff Nurse at. Coco Solo Hos

pital,. ;

' Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys, win
fly to New York May 5. They will
sail from there to Cherbourg,
France, then on to' Lucerne, "Swit
ierland' where Mr. Humphreys
tii., a m 11. m.....- 1AMitiintiAii.

After touring v switzeruna a nai&squivei, j,; marune;,

GueSts-were: Mrs., Miguel Koura
nv from Panama.' :.w.r ;

Those who will be leaving the

lnh this month are:' Mrs.' Bett

Pence; Mrs. Marthan Llanes, Mr.
Fran Hoops, Mrs.;-. Merle Niepsi
and Mrs. Charlotte Nichols.
' New-, members consisted-: of:
Mrs. Jane Bond. JWrs Von .. Iillyi
both of Fort Kobbe.
The meeting was very s h o r f
Mowlv plprtpH officers are: nresi

dent, Gladys Wuey;. vice presi-

dent, BODDy nugnes; secretary,
June McGlynn, treasurer, Alice Al Allen.
len. Allen. n ;
Those attending the coffee
were: Mrs. Alice Allen, R. L.
Hughes, F; Smith, N. H. Wiley, C.
G; Llanes, E. D. Pence, C. W. San San-ser,
ser, San-ser, K; Woodman, F. H. Urban, L.
F. Wilson, Frank Weir, F. Wells,
H. Webb, Edward Ewald, Carlos
Rui-Lan, F. Kane, 1 Fred TenEyok,
Harry. Romero, F,' Bertoli, W. F.
Hanley, C. J. -SehorkC. 0. Bruce,

R. Mathenev. W. K. Bell. R. L

Mnrthrn Ttalv thp HutnDhrevs Wll

arrive in- Rome May 27 in time

The Council's aim is to assist its

member v associations 4 to aciueve
and maintain the highest standards
f 'nursing service,. nursing educa
tion and professional ethics in
their own countries. ''
"Responsibility", is the, theme of
.ocomhlv Thp theme will be

carried through the program ..ses

sions. Speakers wiu aiscuss me re re-sponsibihty
sponsibihty re-sponsibihty in t tnq selection ,of
tinr0 Hiiration of .- nurses .- and

nursmf administration. D i s c u s
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ions will pe SUIluiLHiicuua m ju"6
lish, French and Italian.
Doctors Wives

Th Doctor's 'Wives', Club held

their election of officers las
Wednesday, at the. Fort; Kobbe 0
ficeri Club. i
HostPNapn for the coffee were

Mrt. Jean Altman, Mrs.. B ett j

K .V. Turner. L. D.: Mc

Glynn, Betty Doerrman.v P e a rl
Si mm. F.thel Winskv. Roslvn Zis-

lis, Betty Hinman, jean Altman,

Von Lilly;- jane? Bona,. Aay iaaao-

ne-and laly.Copea

VFW Auxiliary ...'

mivm Bingo - -t
At Gorgas f
ThA VFW Auxiliary under ,- the

leadership of Mrs.' Margaret Ry-

bicki. Uheir Hospital cnairman,

gave a. uimsu.ui tuc avcu.v v a
recreation, room ; f or the patients

at Uorgas Hospital recenuy. ?

Mrs. jviargarei' wooper assisu.

Refreshments of punch and coo-

lorvcii PrizR consisted

of cigarettes and comfort articles.

Rainbow Girls -1
Will Prtstnt Special ;
Mnthjr' Dav Daoraa .'. : :

Pe,dro Miguel Assembly No. 3 or
der of the Rainbow for Girls ,will
present- a Special Mother's .Day

Doermanand Mrs. Pearl Simms. Degree,, on Saturday May 11: at

the Ancon Masonic Temple :and

win start at t;ju p.m. suarp.
. At 7:30 p.m. a iried chicken din din-will
will din-will be Served i and dancing
till 11 p.m. Tickets are $1.00 for
cents tor children.
' Alt M.irnne : V.aetom 1 S t a r

friends of Rainbow Girls and par-
n! t .. .. ..I

ems or itainDow uins ic raium.
ly invited to witness this degree..
Wilms Miles
Nawtf Club

jntrtains Patients

The Wilma Miles Navy Wives
Club gave their monthly bingo par party
ty party at the Red Cross recreation

room lor the patients i uurgu
Hospital bnsApnl 29.
The hospital committee cpnsist-
A nt Mrc Alita. Kpllpr. Mrs. Ca-

tj-olyn Jackson and Mrs. Mary Car-

,uie. f .-.s-vv---'
Winners of the p r i z e s were
SFCs James Campbell and Wil William
liam William Carswell', SI3s Darrell Hurst,
Tnhn u KpIIv and Fernando Or-

i7- PFCs Cesser Glasper and

James Henderson; Pvts. .Michael
Elsier and James E. Turner, PFC
Wivna S Natl. CdI. d. f. Booth.

?m M. Crimer. Francis Rivera

nnri finl kphlirr

Prizes consisted of cigarettes
and toilet articles. 'Refreshments

donsisted of home-made cake and

Family Rotary Night

Uiilt D. UoM Maw 12

Plans for the" fifth annual obser obser-anr
anr obser-anr of the. ''Family Rosary

Night" have been set for Mount
Hope Stadium, on Sunday, May 12

at O.itU p.m., mo yiauiiuis vuuiuuv
tee announced today. v -'

The committee nas Deen word wording
ing wording lor the past month, and all
sub-committees have reported that
ni.owthincr now in readiness for

this beautiful public' demonstration

of faitn ana aevotion. m w pieYi pieYi-ous
ous pieYi-ous yearsr the observance w i 1 1

consist or ine-recunuuu ui. -sary
in EngUsh and in S p n i a h,
mith tnoniai tprmons in each lan

guage by -distinguished speakers,

whose names win ne- annwuteu
later. 1

Thousands of people auena ine
Family Rosary Nigh each y e ar,
nl it ia ynnflrlpTltlv expected that

this year's attendance ;will surpass

tnat oi au previous uusei vuc,

as creat interest has peen mani-

The Family Rosary' "Night will

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

. RELATIVES were visiting Wen Wendell's
dell's Wendell's grandparents. Among them
was-his cousin Betty, aged, nine,
his senior by two years. r
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After lunch, their Grandma sug-

"$.-" m that Hetty teach Wendell
a certain card game. The Instruc

ts, was unclear. Alter losing the

first game to Betty, Wendell want

ed to check the satety of a sling slingshot
shot slingshot he'd left in the car. But his
mother, on to, this evasive strate strategy,
gy, strategy, said ''No, play another ame
with Betty, dear."
Sd he lost two more games to

his cousin. -When he found himself

left Old Maid, for the third time,
the defeat was too heavy to bear.
Shoving cards wildly to the floory

he threw his queen of spades at

Betty, "yelling, "'You're the 0 1 d
Maid, not meand you're a cheat cheater
er cheater too!"-' w

be. open to the general public.
There is no admission, c h a r g e,
and no collection is taken.
Mra. Humphreys ,.,.,
Entertain ,
On Friday Mrs. W, Fritz-Hum

phreys entertained several, mem-

nnri nt the isthmian iMurseg As Association
sociation Association at. her home in Colon

wiut a smorgasDora i u n c n e o n.
Those enjoying the delicious Scan Scandinavian
dinavian Scandinavian dishes were : Mrs; Les

ter Hummel.-' Mrs. Emmet Argo,

Mrs. T. G.tReiihan, Mrs. t Thomas

Sellers. Mrs, Eugene' Gregg and

Mrs. Christian Skeie,,. and ; M r f
Richard Koperskl, ., i
Reservations Close- .-
For Balboa Woman's t i-

. All reservations for the annual

May Luncheon of the Balboa Wom Woman's
an's Woman's rinh miiKt. h in ,fav this eve

ning.-fhe affair to be held at the

Hotel El- Manama on i weanesaay,'
May 8, at 12:30. Reservations may

be made by calling Mrs. b. M. nup.
pel at 2-4353 or Mrs. H. J., Quia
lan at 2-3726. ,

' T"M IKa AAatiinit iriks WaiMlAll'a

aunt passed angry moral Judgment
on him. "He's just spoiled, that's

ally" she cried. "He just has i to

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: This pronouncement h dr of

course, no basis In fact. Wendel

had resisted defeat not because

he was "spoiled" but, because he
had not yet acquired the self as

surance he needed to tolerate aa

teat. ins. deliciencv was not' on

of character, .but of experience.

Uniortunatelv. he didn't know

know this. So he thought his aunt's

judgement of him was right and

assumed that he suffered from a

permanent character flaw. With

out quite Knowing it, oe inougnt,

"Hereafter I will avoid -competi

tive games whenever possible lest

I again expose myseu aa s p on

Today- though Wendell has ; de

veloped the skills he neeas to

play many kinds of games, he pre

fers to watcn others piay mem to

joining in them himseu. 1

i SINCE children are In a process

of continual change and growth,
it ia unrealistic to Pass inflexible

moral judgments on their charac

ters, , -. t

; II corrected kindly, Ine Johnny
who lied to us today, will in three
months have d v e l o p e d the
streneth to admit -unpleasant truth.

The Mary h o a e. : carelessness
seems', such a problem needs only
to lose that new ballpoint pen of

ners .ro pegia w ps&yimm uuw,w-

sponsibility. It .a onry when we
treat Ihese passing deficiencies as
permanent character flaws t hat

Johnny- ana. Mary oo not, outgrow

tnm. -.
Why do we treat them as perm
nent flaws?
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. For one reason only t". We have

not become aware of how we our ourselves
selves ourselves have outgrown m i s j u d g-

ments of us.

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mina, Car-mina, Monzo of Panama mod-
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In .the f Lions' 'fashion; show.)
which '-was. held Friday' at the
adlf club- Miss Monzo la wear wearing;
ing; wearing; a diamond Kand semerald
cross and dliamond' "watch
i --rfrom Casa Fastlich,

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VISITING PARISIENNEUMrs.
Martinet Gulllo modelo a
sheath in' the Lions' Fashion
Show. Mrs. Gulllo la here from
Paris with her husband who la
representative -for Christian
Dior. They are house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Aogelinl.
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' HOLLYWOOD- 1NEA) On Onstage.
stage. Onstage. Offstage and Upstage: "So
what's wrong with being a good
.scenery 1 chewer?" -Bette Davis,
'twice ait Oscar. winner, answered
her own question with: "Nothing's
i wron? with it for me,
i; Not that Bette disapproval of
the new shrug and mumble
school ef acting, you understand,
ij "If a ust that it isnt my atyle,"
ha told me, "I guess I've baan
acanary chewer all my life. The
f niere emoting I've had to do, thej
better. I've loved it and il s
been a good acting life."
So let's chew up some scenery
- with Bette. I'm- on my annual
prrag diet anyway. The famed
, star, wbo just completed Fopt Fopt-note
note Fopt-note on a Doll" for Screen Gems'
'Ford TV Theater, admitted:'
i "I like noisy scenes.' Some of my
" fondest memories are of anything
but sedate scenes. Like slapping
Humphrey Bogart around lor sheer
"viciousness in 'Dark Victory'; go-
log insane in 'Juarez'; fighting
i with Miriam Hopkins in 'The Old
vi Maid'; a hair-pulling scene in 'De?
ception.'',
i More of the same or quiet, lady ladylike
like ladylike rples now that she's again
.tuning up her emoter?
: "As long as 1 have any breath
left," Sibe -said, "I'll be m there
chewing the scenery."
LEE REMICK, the gorgeous
''hew Elia Kazan discovery in "A
race in the Crowd,"' is alone in a
crowd without heart-throb Bill Col
leran. He's the ex-Hit Parade dir director
ector director now working on "Cinemir-
acle Adventure" in Trinidad.
Don Avalier, the veteran Holly-
wood maitre d'.now at The Trad Traders
ers Traders in the. Beverly, Hilton, once
claimed h knew 50,000 restaurant
customers, by name.
, i "But I lost the touch," he Was
' meaning the other night "when I
spent six years in a Hollywood
,night club."
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, At Don explains it: "A resaturant
maitre d' remembers names A)
night club 'maitre d' forgets them.
; It's a' matter of diplomacy' job job-holding
holding job-holding diplomacy," grins Don.
t'A fllshf dull titAmp' mav tnnt
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two Italian eutins who ran tet a--
two Italian cuties who can get a-
long without each other very well,
.are working' on the same film lot
in Rome, bopma just checked in
with John Wayne's "Legend of
the Lost" and Mangano is work working
ing working there in "The Sea Wall."
NEW SONG you may be hear hearing
ing hearing on the Hit Parade one of these
days: Tom Norton's "I'll Share It
With You." A phrase seldom heard
in Hollywood, though.
What happened-to, movie kid
stars? Hollywood hasn't spawned
a big-name juvenile in years, K
Jackie Ceogan, tlte first (191)
celluloid moppet of them all, has
; a theory. New balding and play playing
ing playing top character roles like Joe
E. Lewis' pal in the comic's film-
iograpbhy. "The Joker Is Wild;
Ceogan. told -me:
"The natural ones 8 the kids
with that certain, spark -never
get to Hollywood. The ones who
do are too
professional. They re
They are machine
overtrained
actors. They know all their lines
and the lines of everyone else.
Movies and TV don't have the
time today to take a natural child
and just let him be himself."
Adds Ceogan: "It wasn't talent
that made great kid stars. It was
personality and naturalness."
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Danny
Thomas about his home usually
being crowded with friends: "It's
always been that way. Even at
my Uncle's when we were on
state relief."
This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones
The "My Man Godfrey" script
called for a "horrible song for
Jay Robinson to sing. Purposely
composing as- badly as possible,
U-I musical director Joseph Gersh
ensoh Whipped up a real corny one
titled, "Lovely; .Lovely," JJirector
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4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
quests taken by phone
6:30 News
5:35 What's Your F a v o r i t
(cont'd)
0 : 00 Allen Jackson Commen-
tary
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
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:30 WRUL Rebroadcast ;
7:00 Over To Youv 4
7:30-VOA Report From 0.3.
8:00 Music By ROth
8:30 Proudly We Hail
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tm 7:30) ... -10:30
Cavalcade Of America :
LI: 00 Concert Under The Stars
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8:30 Musical Reveille
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12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
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1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show ,'
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank Snow And His Rain
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3 : 15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
4:00 Feature Review I'
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6:00 Allen Jackson Commen-
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6:15-BLU RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 On Stage America
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7:00 interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN TSQI-
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Ann Sheridan
THE OPPOSITE SEX
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Written for NEA .Service

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' Opening lead 4
The two no-trumn response to
an opening bid of one hi a suit
shows 13 to 15 high card points,
a no-trump type hand and at
least one stopper in ail suits ex except,
cept, except, that bid by partner, it is
also a game force and demands
at least a linai game contract.
Following a suit response and
a minimum rebid by the opener
a two no-trump response is a-
bout two points weaker and, In Instead
stead Instead of forcing, it is merely a
strong invitation. With the
equivalent of a -Bound two no-
trump response you should jump
to three no-trump on' the second
round rather than risk the
chance that you wUl hang one
short, of game.
Today's hand which caused
considerable argument in West
Texas illustrates this principle
rather forcibly. Against a heart
opening and continuation South
had no trouble making five odd
but his contract was only two. I
have been asked to assess tne
blame for the bad result.
Ninety-five per cent of the
blame must go to "South. South
thought his two no-trump Did
was a force, therefore the blame
should go to the person who gave
South that mistaken wea.
The other five per cent of the
blame should go to North. North
held 14 high, card points plus a
ten and two nines. Bis Hand was
aceless but even men I would; pe
inclined to raise my 'partner to
three no-trumn and hope for a
littte luck. It is always bad tac tactics
tics tactics to stop one trick below game
unita vmi : believe that you are
alreadv too hieh. North certain
ly could not Deneve mat, since e
had his run frames.
Soviets Begin-
Mass Production
Of 16-mm. Camera
MOSCOW, May 5 (UP) The
Soviet Union has begun mass
production of its first 18-mm.
amateur movie- camera, the
"Kiev."
Thi camera has twin turret
lenses and weighs three and a
half pounds. At least five thou
sand "Kievs- are acneouiea w
mm off the assembly lines by
the end of the year M the Kiev
mechanical plant, J
The 16-mm. cameras now m
very limited production for pro professional
fessional professional use in the Soviet Union
are copies of a well-known Amer
ican model, i
Today Encanto J5 .20
Double in Cinemascope!
June AUyson
Joan Collins tn
-THE OPPOSITE SEX
Robert Taylor In -The
Power and The Prise
Today- IDEAL i J20 .10
Edward O. Robinson In
. "NIGHTMARE"
Julie London in
- "CRIME AGAINST JOE
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:88
THESE WILDER TEARS"
Tneat "Lullaby of Broadway"
MARGARITA 8:13 7:58
THE WEREWOLF"
Tuesday "Night People

Tom Ewell Jayne Mansfield
'THE GIRL CANT HELP IT"
Tuesday THE SHARKFIGHTERS"

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"Commando Cody (Serial)
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By DICK KLEINER ,

NEW YORK fNEA) Ron Co-
by took the pen and Carefully
wrote down the correct spelling
the word he hopes will make him
lamous:
Baiao." (With a little curlicue
over the second "a."
He pronounced it. it sounded
midway between by-yow and by-
yom. nut coby doesn't particular-
y care now it's uronounced. as
long as people like it. It's a rhvthm
from his home country, Brazil, and
he wants to popularize it here.
''After, the mambo and roe k
and-roll and calypso," he sa.ys,
'it s time lor a new rhythm. J
think people will like baiao.".
Kon cobv is a handsome 21-
year-old from Rio. He's Brazil's
most popular singer the kind the
gais scream for and he was en
couraged to try his fortune here
by Paul Weston: He has a Derma
nent visa and a permanent look
in his eyes. ... -, r
He speaks English with only a
slight trace of accent.' He learn
ed it from American songs. He
sings with no accent at all, a
fact that somewhat, .distresaes.his
managerial brains who fee
little accent might help.
Ron was infected with American
music by an older brother, a jazz
drummer, who said to him at a
tender age. "Coby. you've got to
learn this American musie," He
did. v
. His real name 1s Coby Peixoto
pronounced Pea-shot'-o but he
changed it to Ron Coby when he
arrivpd hprp i- "
v'Tm a romantic1 sing e r;"-he
says. "And it's not good for a ro
mantic singer to be introduced
with a name that the MC stum
bles over. People laugh."
You can listen to Ron Cobv at
work on his new vik record,
SEX-ATIONAL SHOW
FOR ADULTS ONLY!
TOMORROW
TUES. WED. and THCRS.
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ehowis, women,-ehowis, pleasures and sins
of Paris before your eyes!
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Musical Hall Spectacles!
NUDITY
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Spicy! Haughty! Olrfuir
Two and half hours of
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In: Parte you would have
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'SERVING THE AMERICAS

' ,TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE
S S". -SANTA MARGARITA' Sails CristobaL.May 18
8.S. "SANTA BARBARA.. ...... Sails Cristobal, May 18
SA "SANTA LUISA" ..Sails rtttobal, May U
YJY.-'';. TO NEVV YORK '"''"": '"
"SANTA ISABEL ..........Sails Cristobal, May l4
- 8.S. "SANTA-CECILIA ..i,.8alls Cristobal, May 2
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S.g. "SANTA FE" ........ SaHa CrtstobaL May 14
S-S. "SANTA ANTTA" Saila CristetaJ, Jane 18
Leads Carge at Cristobal ,v .' :

After Calypso;
Mayb2Baiao?'

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of
"Birds. Bees and Coconut Tree"
backed with "Destiny la, a Worn
Avyoneior.baiaso?.
If you've Keen sliehilv r scoffinc
at Robert Mitchum turning calyp calypso
so calypso singer. Enid Mosier tells of at
tending Trinidad's annual calypso
carnival, in .. which calypsonians
compete for prizes. .
Mitchum's version of V Momma
Look a Bu Bu".was entered in
tne carnival. Ana the. Trinidad na natives
tives natives gave it first prize over such
stalwarts as Harry Belafonte and
an assortment oi Trinidad cham
pions. .Enid, saya it was amazing!
esueciauy ince very iiw non-
West Indians ecu master the trie
ky dialect ,
Moniouo Van Veeren. than whom
few are more luscious, make her
urst ioum for KCA-Victor. As an

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ton Coby )

.in
Thousand Bedrooms,'?? she wanted
to give it the provocative l
"Th ftW t nrf rnt J3
The Girl In Bed."- RCA turnnt
hi-fi thumbs down. The album will
d ecaiiea ".Mink In Hi-Fi
' Betty Ann- Grove and her h u s-
band, Ed Brown, took a trif to
the Caribbean. Durin
tion,-they heard a calypsfo.-"Pig's
Knuckles and Rice," ., which in intrigued,
trigued, intrigued, them. She recorded it
when, she cot- back to nw vrv
It' done: so well they figure the
V7 . wm py for. triP- Witb
ume jteii over xor a pig'a knuc
kle or two.
DICK'S PICKS; Pt Bee ni'i
aernardine'' should be k
rm?m XJ-
- V V IClllir,
f iviuiaes, rrumises iV-
nah Shore,, RCA); "I Saw You, J
Saw You" (Joyce Hahn, Cadence) Cadence)-"Chuia
"Chuia Cadence)-"Chuia Gate" Nat -"Kinif" fnin
I Capitol) "King's Rock" (Johnny)
"iadciox,.,Dot)uVIn Small Torgot Torgot-ton
ton Torgot-ton Town" (Gloria March, Liber Liberty);
ty); Liberty); "Mediterranean Holiday"
(Johnny Mical, .Pyramid).
Unusual, new albums. that make!
Pleasant listening If '7?f
oagpipes, get -npes and Drums"
DV tne 48ttt HlEhlandera nf r.n.l.
(Columbia) multiple track guitar
work makes "Allen Hanlon Picks
Leroy Anderson" fun to hear (Gold (Gold-en
en (Gold-en Crest):, fine ham Mvin i
nuuen. nuweu on "iing! went
tne Strings of My Harp" (MGM)r
of Leroy Anderson" by Frederick
renneii and the Eastman Roches Roches-terTops
terTops Roches-terTops Orchestra (Mercury); Ha-
iiMcai mm-racuic orchestra n
"Hawaiian Guitar" 4ttc.k. "ir.
Comes the Showboat" is a rousing
recreation of the songs and patter
and atmosphere of the ahowboat
aays (tpic). ;
Soma fine new chamber musie
uu recent cussiciai releases: en
Angele, the Quintette Boccherini
nave two volumes of quintets by
Boccherini; on Epic, the New Mu Musie
sie Musie String Quartet olava rnmnn.i-
Uions by two modernists Rosen's
wuii uuartet No. l and TT.m.n.
bas' Strinf Ouartat; an Mr.vt vih.
Beaux Arts Trio nlavs Havdn'.
Trio No. 1 in G-Major and Mendela-
aonn s ino xso.. 1 in D-Miner.
FOR OVER A CENTURY

oblique plug for her picture, "rTen:"s"i" "!f

NEW GOVERNOR itf. Teodoro. Arias ..(center), newly-elected
governor of-District '".D" Istmania-6f the International Lionr
, Club, .with other, Panamanian members of the district board,
-(Left) Jaime -Ford (Colon), of the district's, foreign relation
council r and Johnny Lloyd (Chitre), vce-governor of the
,.' 1 Panama. region. .fr" ; n

Congressional Probers to Launch
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Study Of US Food Marketing Costs

.- WASHINGTON," May 8 (UP)
Congressional investigators pre
pared today to launch a public
study of food marketing costs in
art effort to cut the cost of living
' Spokesmen 'for' the Agriculture
Department; food processing indus
tries, consumers; organized labor
and farmers were scheduled to
... . .....
rf .7 "fi""1"
consumer study .sub,
committee. .
Subcommittee 1 Chairman : Victor
L. Anfuso (D-NY) said in an lnter-
l view he has "no intention of en
gaging m a wncn num.
"But we cannot be satisfied
when we know that half' our urban
families would like to buy more
food if they ; could cafford it. and
that surpluses have accumulated
in American storehouses because
farmers cannot find a market ior
all the food they are: producing;
Anfuso said. 5s
" The opening hearings will be de
voted to drawing a "general pic
ture of food cost trends',":. Anfuso
said.. On Jaay 8, Agriculture vOe
partment officials wul report on
the pros and cons of the use of
trading stamps as they affect re-
tail iood prues.
: Tradin, St.mp'R.pt
f .4 T
After hearinii that report, the
subcommittee will decide how" far
to go in its investigation of the
jeffect trading stamps have on food
prices, the Wew xor congressman
.reported. 1 1- ? ;'.... r,.'r
' Later in the month, the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee will Schedule a hearing for
consumer spokesmen in New York
City and further sessions here, on
the distribution' of fm surpluses
to needy people overseas through
U.S. church and. charitable agen
cies, he said.-
PcfcSo Cnsds -:
Heart Recovery '.
Y SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico,' May 8
(UP) Famed cellist Pablo Casals,
80.' is making a rapid recovery
from a heart attack suffered last
month, physicians said today.
V sitors still were barred from
bis seaside home here. But he
was well enough today to be wheel
ed around hie home in a chair.
: The Spanish born Casals suf
fered a. coronary thrombosis April
18 is the midst of preparations for
tne cassis music festival in San
Juan. The festival opened April 22.
at scheduled, despite the illness of.
the ceihst. -1 r.-.-.

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Anfuso. hopes his subcommittee
and the food industry, "examining,
this .problem together," can find
methods of cutting the cost of pro processing
cessing processing and .distributing food.
If this can be done, "many "cits
families will buy more food, thej
will be better nourished, and cur

rent iarm surpluses will be
duced,". Anfuso said. ,
r
. , Help Lew Incomes
Not all' cuts in food prices would
produce more food sales, the congressman-
acknowledged. But hi
said government aurvevi ehn
that many families, especially ii
low-income cronni n .nn
buying alf the food they would like
iu nave. --
One survey in the spring of 1951
showed that purchases of .meat.
poultry and fish by non-farm fam
llies increased from 8.9 pounds a
week for families earning less thai
$1,000 a year to 18.3 pounds i
week for families earning between
$6,000 and $7,999 a year.. -,
Similar results were reported is
surveys Jbt ourchasei of da irv nra
ducts and fruits and vegetables.
Anfuso called this
ing evidence to me that families
with less than $G,000 income will
buy,, more livestock products and
fruits and vegetables if the retal
price is lower or their income in increases."
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HERBORN. Germanv. Mav 8--
(UP-A Danish sculptor and U.S. ;
troops are joining forces to raisi
an impressive memorial here to
German soldiers of World War II
Dr. Knud Knudsen created th
22-ton green sandstone memorial
statue at his studios in Bad Nau Nau-heim.
heim. Nau-heim. ..
Trucks and tank transporter of
the Third Armored Division are
transporting the four sections ol
the 21 foot high memorial from
the studios to the cemetery at Her Her-born
born Her-born where German soldiers who
died in the battles for the state of'
Hesse are buried.
The statue was commissioned by
the German Union for the Care ol
War Graves.. Materials and pre preparation
paration preparation of the site cost tt.snn ht
Dr. Xnudsen. donated his work to
we memory or his country's form former
er former foes, as did the Third Armored
Division troops.
The statue, which
mother holding her dvina inn will
be erected on Wednesday and un-
veiled in
a : ceremony the v same
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-tt wants to. Just aet yourself down and look -t this. THIS it a kitchen a kitchen of the
future. (The man doesn't say in WHOSE future.) .Anyway, it's called the "Miracle Kitchen
by Whirlpool" 'and is on exhibition at the Houseware Show In Chicago. In It, the housewife
merely sits and reads. -. The, dishes are washed and dried at the touch of a button, cablnetj
' are raised and lowered by the, languid wave of a hand and the floor Is cleaned automatically.
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New President

Boy Scout officials from all

scouting organizations In the Ca

nal Zone will gather tomorrow

for a special election of a new

president of i the Canal Zone

COunCU. '' ,: ":'', ' n- V:- A-: f.:;-
The election to name a, new

president to succeed Mai. Gen.

Louis T. Heath,- who is returning
to the United States In June, will

taKe piace at me councils din

ner meeting at the Tivon ouesi
House at 7 n.m. tomorrow.

. Brig. Gen. George F. Schlat

ter, USAP, Caribbean Com-

has been nominated to succeed
Heath as president. -All
Canal Zone adult scouters

have been invited to attend ana
some 200 Dersons are expected.

Council officials urged those

scouters who have not yet made
reservations for the dinner,

which will cost $2, to call the
Tivoli Guest House manager or
his assistant.

; Following the election, council

members will present progress
reports on forthcoming activities

of ine council ana review
current plans for the remainder
oi the year, which will be of in interest
terest interest to scout officials at all op operating
erating operating levels, council officials

said. -
Rcgistralbn Opens
Al Pmm Baptist
Bible Institute
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Th Panama Bantist Bibla

Institute today opened registra

tions auring uie wriuut uu
afternoon hours. Tonight a con convocation
vocation convocation service Is to be held at

the First Baptist cnurcn oi ran
ama City on Avenlda Cuba.

t Repistratlnn Includes -. young

rwnnle from various provinces

of Panama, and I CosU v Rica.
Regular day classes Will begin on

tomorrow morning at b. v
The program tonight will be

gin- at 0:30 ana wm inciuae

TiPakpr from .'numerous

churches in Panama. Rev. Errol

Palmer, castor of the cmuore

Bantist Church. will lead the

singing and in prayer. The
Rrrinture readlnir Is In charge

nt R.pv I.I A. fiealev of the Cal-

varv nnnt.ist nniirr.n t:nfl.r)iftin

John' Hollingsworth will present
a brief history of the school and
Dr. Van Royen will present,the

officers and teacners oi ;tne

Rev. Isaac Perez, pastor of the
First, Baotlst Church of ( Pan

ama fity, v. ill present the 1957

student body. Rev. William If.
liciiby-wlll f ive the prospectives
of the institute. Moses Aleman

will lead the ( Panama City

church choir hi special music
and the message will be given
bv Rv. Rafael M. GnlHen. nas-

tor In Aguadulce. .-.- J
The public is Invited to S the

service. -A t

ExWife,; Children;
Of Hungarian Hero
To Live In Canada
VIENNA, May 8 (TJP)-The three

children and the divorced wife of

the "Hero of Budapest,"' General

ral Haieter, left Vienna last night
for new homes in Canada.

Mrs. Maria Maleter with her
children Pali, 11, Maria. and Ju

dith 1, escaped to Austria when
Soviet troops crushed the Hunga

rian revolution last November.
She applied, for emigration to Ca Canada
nada Canada and was granted visas a few

days ago. ; vv J
Mrs; Maleter. who was divorced

from her husband ia 1953. was in

no contact with him after the di

vorce.
She hoped to start a new life for

herself and her children as a pho

tographer in Montreal, Canada.
Pal Maleter was arrested by

the Soviets on the eve of the Soviet
crashing of the Hungarian revolt

Nov. 4. He is presently im

prisoned in a Budapest prison a-

waiting tnai as a -counter revo

lutionary. J
Soviet President
On Tour Of China;
Visits Indonesia
TOKYO, May ( UP )-Kidio Pel Pel-ping
ping Pel-ping said today Soviet President
Kliment Voroshilov and bis party

left P piping this morning for a
goodwill visit to Indonesia.
A Peiping broadcast monitored

in Tokyo, said the Russians were
seen off st the Peiping airport by
Chairman Lin Shao-chf of the Na

tional People's Congress standing

committee and Premier Cbou En En-lai.
lai. En-lai. The broadcatt said Voroshilov
will continue his tour of China af after
ter after concluding his visit to Indone-

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MONDAY, MAT 1937
Yankees Break Hp ; Cfaisox9 Pennant Pipe Dream

Shantz, Kuclcs Hurl NY
To Doubleheader Sweep

By MILTON RICHMAN

1
;? NEW YORK, May

weekend for the Yankees to break up the White Sox'
pennant pipe dream and disillusion a lot of fans who
were beginning to believe this might be an "off-year"
for. the Bronx Bombers.

V Before the Yanks started their
three-game series with the
Wjmte Sox Saturday, Casey Sten Stengel
gel Stengel warned, "Chicago could give
us plenty oj trouDle.
Ana Al Lopez, wnose wnite
.' So had been in first place smce
opening day, said, "Tne yanxees
axe Just another ball club to us."
Mi turned out to be a lot of
bran flakes, however, as the
Yankees beat the White Sox
three straight, including a 4-2
' and 3-0 doubleheader sweep yes-
tsnlay. while running their win-,
, htflft streak to six games and
' i taking over sole possession of the
American League ieaa ior me
firct time this season.
'The Red Sox also swept a
, fftftibleheader from the Indians,
5-1 and 4f3; the Tigers topped,
the Orioles, 3-1, and the Ath Ath-I".cs
I".cs Ath-I".cs sent the Senators down
their seventh straight de de-:at,
:at, de-:at, 7-2.
i Milwaukee Increased its Na
tional League lead to two games
' uh a 10-7 victory over BrooK BrooK-I
I BrooK-I m; Cincinnati extended Its win
- ('itt streak to seven games by
I satinet Pittsburgh twice. : B
I 1 7-3; Bl. LiOUlS IOOK DUMl CUUJ

vliT a twin-bill from pnuaaeipnia,
, -i and 2-0, and New York won
- lae. nightcap of a doubleheader,
t-2, -after Chicago ended a nlne nlne-',
', nlne-', same losing streak with a 10-ln-

king 8-J triumph in the opener.
Little Bobby Shantz and John
ty Kuclcs pitched the Yankees to
I iei pair of victories before 41,-
' tn4 fans at Comiskey park.
' shantz hurled a seven-hitter to
beat southpaw Billy Pierce in the
fpener and benefited tfrom a
hree-ruH rally in the fourtli
hat included Mickey Mantle's

two-run homer.
JCucks gave up only three hits
, h the nightcap as the Yanks
touted left-hander Jack Harsh Harsh-ban
ban Harsh-ban with a three-run rally in
ftie fourth. Two walks. Yogi Ber Ber-ja's
ja's Ber-ja's single and Elston Howard's
i- i triple did the damage.
i Boston capitalized on four un un-larneri
larneri un-larneri runs in the first inning

f the'tipenef as Cleveland's? Bob

. Vernon tuffere his. tnira aeieac
rhird baseman Al Smith's error
- tpened the flood-gates for the
lied Sox rally while Willard Nix Nix-'
' Nix-' rt scattered 12 hits for his sec sec-,
, sec-, md win. Jackie Jensen's two-run
komer helped Dave Sisler to his
; Ihird victory in the final's al-

though Sisler needed retief from
Ike Delock in the eighth. Mike I
Qarr'a was the loser.
t Charley Maxwell's twoTrim
f ingle off loser Connie Johnson
FINER
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6 (UP) 111 it took was a

in the seventh inninr rave De
troit its decision over the Ori Orioles,
oles, Orioles, who dropped their fourth
straight game. Frank -Lary
pitched a six-hitter for bis sec second
ond second victory. Harvey Kuenn
homered for the Tigers.
Tom Morgan and Harry Simp Simpson
son Simpson teamed up to carry Kansas
City to victory over Washington,
in winning nls second game
Morgan scattered 10 hits and
blanked the Senators until two
were out In the ninth. Simpson
drove in four runs with a double
and a pair of singles.
Hank Aaron, raising his bat
ting average to a cool .417, was
the big gun for the Braves as
they wiped out a 7-3 deficit and
knocked out Sal Maglie after
three Innings to beat the Dodg Dodgers.,
ers., Dodgers., Aaron drove, in three runs
and scored four with a homer,
double and two singles. The vie
tory was credited to reliever Er
nle Johnson, who limited Brook
lyn to one scratch hit over the
final six innings. v
A pair of route-going pltcning
jobs by Brooks Lawrence and
Don Gross Daved the wav for tne
Cincinnati's sweep over Pitts
burgh. Lawrence comml tted
three errors in tne opener but
posted his third triumnh when
Frank Robinson belted, a three-
run homer in the fifth. Gus Bell
and Roy .McMillan each drove in
two runs in the nishtcan to help
Gross best Bob Purkey. Bill and
Hank Foiles homered in the sec second
ond second game.
Del Ennis, making bis first
appearance in Philadelphia
since being' traded to the
.Cards, had a royal 'homecom 'homecoming"
ing" 'homecoming" day as he batted In three
runs in the first game against
hh ex-teammates 'and two
more in the nightcap. The
Phils blew a 4-0 lead in the
first game, credited to reliever
Lloyd Merritt. Sad Sam Jones
burled a-four-hitter to notch
his second triumph In the fi finale.
nale. finale. Bob, Miller and Harvey
Haddlx were the losers;
Jim Bolge drove' fa five rtiH,
three of them in the 10th In
ning, to help the Cubs snap their
nine-game losing streak in the
opener against the Giants. Rook
ie Dick Trott registered hi3 Drst
major league victory for the
Cubs. In the nightcap, Joe Mar
goneri pitched a seven-hitter for
the Giants, who drove Moe Dra
bowsky to the showers In the
third. Daryl spencer homered for j
the Giants.
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Marlins Blast

Way Back to I L
League Lead
INTERNATIONAL LEAGVXT
STANDINGS ...
Team
W
.9
.10
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. 8
. 6
Pet. GB
Miami 4 ;
Richmond
.043
.625
.571
.538
.500
.429
.357
.308
Toronto ,
1
Buffalo
Rochester
Montreal v
Columbus,,
Havana t
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NEW YORK, May 8 (UP)
ine Miami Marlins once again
have blasted their way into un
disputed possession of first place
iu uie international League an an-er
er an-er another hectic weekend of ac activity.
tivity. activity. While 'the rest of the leaeue
went, on a Sunday "battane
binge,. during which 67 runs
were scored; 1 home runs were
hit and 43 pitching changes were
made, the Marlins easily swept a
iwmDia irom tne Montreal Roy
als. 4-2 and 6-2. to dislodee
iticnmond irom first place.
in otner games, Bunaio hand
ed Richmond two heart-break
ing defeats, 8-7 and 9-8; Roch'
ester dropped its ooener to Co
lumbus. 2-1. but won the nisrht-
cap, 6-2, and Toronto beat Ha
vana, 7-3. The Havana-Toronto
second game was called after
five innings with the score tied
2-2 and will be replayed at a
later date.
Frank Herrera's first Inning;
grand-slam homer off knuckle-
bailer Fred Kipp gave Bob Con Con-ley
ley Con-ley all the runs he needed as the
Miami rookie spaced six hits in
picking up his third victory, in
the second game, Earl Hunsinger
and Henry Mason combined in
pitching a four-hitter for the
Marlins.
Buffalo capitalized on, home
runs by Luke Easter, Lou Ortiz
and Rod Graber to trip Rich
naond in their first game, while
a four-run- sixth inning got the
Bisons over tne ,nump in me
second. r
Whammv Douglas doled out
three hits, 'leading Columbus to
its first game win over Roches Rochester1
ter1 Rochester1 and Lynn Lovenguth. while
Dick Ricketts' relief pitching led
the wmgs o victory in tne
nifehtcaD.n l.t u : f 8
Two nome run nans spoiiea
Don Johnson's shut-out hid but
the big right-hander went the
route to enable Toronto to defeat
Havana.
Major League
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Plaver and club r ab r h Pet.
Aaron, Mil. 16 72 19 30 .417
Musial. St Louis 16 69 9 28 .406
Hoak, Cincinattl 18 58 10 23 .397
Groat, Pitts. 18 69 11 25 .3BZ
Robinson. Cincl. 16 70 13 25 -357
Bowman, Phila. 18 63 10 22 .349
S'dlenst, N.Y. 19 81 13 28 .346
Bailey, Cincl. 18 61 10 21 .344
Dark, St. Louis 15 67 14 23 .343
Adcock, Mil, 16 59 10 20 .339
AMERICAN LEAGUE
. f
Williams, Bos 14 51 13 22 .431
Simpson, K.C. 18 69 13 27 .391
FOX, Chicago 16 61 12 22 .361
Bertoia, Detroit 17 54 4 19 .352
Mantle, N.Y. 17 53 12 18 .341
Mlnoso, Chicago 16 62 12 21 339
Kell.' Baltimore 15 57 5 19 .333
Mauch, Boston 14 56
Jensen, Boston 13 53
Wertz, Cleve. 16 57
18 J321
17 .321
IS .316
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves 6
Adcock, Braves 5
Sauer. Giants 5
Campanella, Dodgers .... 4
(Eleven tied with 3 apiece).
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Red Sox 5
Skizas, Athletics 5
Simpson, Athletics 5
Sievers, Senators 5
ZernlaL Athletics
4
4
4
Lollar. White 8ox
Skowron, Yanks
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
V '"''.
Sauer, Giants i.
Aaron, Braves i.
19
16
Ennis, Cards ............. 16
Jones, Phils, 16
FuriUo. Dodgers
15
Hoak, Redlegs ..
15
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Simpson, Athletics ......
19
19
15
n
13
Eleven, senators
Lollar,Whlt Sox
Maris. Indians
Tuttie. Tigers
MTCHDfO
If t, Pet.
Spahn, Braves 4 0 1-000
Gomez. Giants ..... J 0 1.000
Sanford. Phils 3 0 1.000
Trucks. Athletics ... 3 0 1-000
Karleski, Indians ... 3 0 1.0C0

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STREAKING HOME Janltoa, an unbeaten' ch estnut daughter of Keyhaven-G 1 o r y f- : ActK
streaks across the finish line one length ahead of Henco in-the five furlong $1000 added-Ca-,
rollna M. de Chiari Classic for native two-year -olds yesterday at the President. Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. Jockey Br aullo Baeza gave the winner a eood ride. Francisco Alvarez had the leg up

on Henco. The victory was
Janina
In Caro I

The Haras San Mleuel's classv.for his entrvmate-to take uo the

ana unDeaten cnestnut filly Ja
nlna made it three straight yes
terday afternoon when she scor
ed an impressive onelens:th vie
tdry in the $1,000 added five fur
long Carolina M. de Chiari Clas
sic for two-year-old natives, at
the President Remon racetrack.
Although she went into the
race an easy winner of her only
two previous starts, Janina was
rated Dy most "experts" good
enough to finish no better than
second to previously ; unbeaten
stablemate Esteban. The latter
had a string of seven victories,
including a native record equal equalling
ling equalling win. his last time out..
'But as is sometimes the case
In horseraclng, Esteban did .not
have it yesterday and it was left1
JUDY ENGELKE A member
that recently broke the womerfs
lnterscholastlc swim. meet at

DANIELLE HARNXD -t One or the girls on the BH3 relay
team that broke the Canal Xor.e rrcrd at the recent Inter Inter-scholastic
scholastic Inter-scholastic swim meet at the Balboa pool.

t:f Si

Janina's third stra leht

Impressive

ina Chiari Classic

slack;
.When' the four-horse field
shot from the starting gate,
Henco was In front and Imme Immediately
diately Immediately cut out a siczling pace
with Janina In close v pursuit,
Sandokan raced third and Es Esteban
teban Esteban trailed a struggling last.
Two furlongs: out, Henco was
seen to increase his lead to al
most two 'lengths when little
Braulio Baeza, who had the leg
up on Janina, steadied his mount
for the turn Into ,. the home
stretch.-' e.sf ji'V .5,f
Francisco Alvarez,' up on Hen Henco.
co. Henco. urged his-mount to the ut
most in the straightway but Ja
nina responded to a few resound resounding
ing resounding smacks of the whip and was
alongside the leader at thsj fcix-
"T
4
If
of the' tree style relay team
canal Zone record during an
the Balboa swimming pool. .,

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Winner

teenth pole. The Keyhaven-Glo
ry s Ace offspring quickly ; drew
out ih the run to the wire and
going away at the finish line.
Janlna's time for the five fur
longs was 1:01 1-5 j- only one
fifth of a second ? off the track
mark for natives held by Tana
ra. The winner, because of Est
ban. returned a minimum divi
dend of $2.20. Esteban finally got
going in the stretch and closed
fast to beat out Sandokan for
show money but was fully three
lengtns Denina ; second place
Henco at the end.'
The secondary i' attraction,
for ; fourth series imported
thoroughbreds, was a rare
thriller. Mutuels favorite Ka
di r and Blakemere, a close sec second
ond second in. the betting, staged a
head-and-head : h o m estretch
duel with the latter barely
lasting to score by the slim slimmest
mest slimmest of margins. Concepcioa
Ruii rode the ,-, winner while,
jVirgllio Castillo had the leg up
,rLeading jockey Ruben yasquez
and the veteran Cristian Rebo-
lledo shared saddle honors with
two wins apiece.
iTneifllvidends::
' ,' 1 FIRST RACE
1 Llboria $5.20, 2.60.
2 Golden Bound $2.49.
. SECOND RACE
1 Posiblemente $2.80, 2.20.
2 Grand Finish $2.80.
First Double: $16
THIRD RACE
tHo GalUto $9.40, 2.40.
2 Don Gran $2.20. V
One-Two: $20.80
! FOURTH RACE
1 Linda Susy $4, 2.60.
2 Filon $3.
HI'!
. Quiniela: $8.40
FIFTH RACE
1 Janina $2.20
(No place betting).
SIXTH RACE
1 Crews Hill $4.40, 2J0.
2 Golden Corn II $4.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Kensington $3.60,. 2.80.
Z Elko $4.40.
Second Doublet J9.8I
EIGHTH RACE
1 Destello $3, 2.40.
2 Don Brlgldo S2.80.
.. Quiniela:
NINTH RACE
1 Blakemere $5.80, 3.
2 Kadir $3.
Along The Fairways
- ETHEL PERANTIE WINS
' JUVENIA MEDAL PRIZE
WITH 78; CAROL PERANTII
v MAS BEST SCORE IN
' 1st FLIGHT
Forty-two women turned out : at
the Summit Hills Golf Club from
April 27 thru 30 to clay in the Qua
lifying round of the Juvenia Invi
tational watch Tournament Ethel
Perantie turned in a neat 78 to
take the medalist nrize. a Juvenia
cloci. bfie edged Pearl Trim, who
. .
has 79,. for tne prize. Tne highest
score to qualify in the Women i
championship flight was a 91.
In the first (light Carol Perantie
bad the best score, an 87 and just
"ne stroke behind her was Ttn
Fears with an 88. The highest
score to qualify in the first, flight
was 103. : .-,-'
After the qualifying rounds -rre
completed on Tuesday the pair
ings were made for the cumula
tions which start next Monday.
The deadline for the first round
matches is May 12. All players
should arrange their matches In
cas. the players can t agree on a a-ny
ny a-ny time the official starting for all
matches will be 9:30 oa Sunday
morning. -
Tthe following are the pairing tot
the first round:
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
(Uppr Brack)
Ethel Pernti (U) v. Connie
Bi.'hop (10)
Mary Biggs (13) vs. Ruth Lin
coln (15)
Katie Call (I) vs. Mar re Lund
(18)
Ber. DUfer (17) vs. Benuce Ja
ns
(Lowvr BratVH)
Pesrl Trim (10) vs. Sylva Car
punter (13)
Marge Sewell (15) Ruty KrujeT

. Editor: CONfcADO SARCEANT

m

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
w
L
Pet. CB
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
.13
.11
.At
,9
. 8
7
, 5
.
3
5
7
. 7
9"
11
13
13 1
B11
.688 2
.611 3
St. Louis
Philadelphia
New York J
.562
4
.471
.389
.278
.235
5j
Pittsburgh
Chicago,.
7
9
m f
1. ";!".!.
'2
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York f
Milwaukee at Brooklyn -(N)! i
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
. (First Game)
Cincinnati 000 130 1108 11 3
Pittsburgh vr 010 001 0002 J 1
Lawrence (3-1) and Bailey.
"Arroyo (0-3), Hall, Kline, O'-
oiicu, rce ana rtjues. ? t
- 1 (Second Game)
Cincinnati 021 mo i3nT in .-n
Pittsburgh ... 001 000 lOWS 9 3
oross (l-o) and Baileys
' Purkey (2-3), Kline, f Arroyo,
Swanson and Foiles.
St." Louis Ann rwu sni it
Philadelphia 101200 0004 8 2
m echmidt, Merrlt: (l-o and H.
Smith.
Simmons. Miller (0-lh Warn
Tn...n i."
f Second nnm
at. uuis ooo on l oi n s s i n
rmiaaeipnia UOO ooo 000 0 4
cs. jones tz-oi and H. Smith:
Haddlx (1-2) CardweD and lA.
Miiwauxee 201 330 01010 18 1
Brooklyn 502 000 000 7 ii i
Buhl, crone. Johnson Tl-O) huh
Crandall. ,. ;
MagUe. Bessent. Valde (i.fi
uui iiA, Liawu and campaneiia.
(First Gamey
. (10 Tnninpxl :
Chicago 000 100 020 58 Hi t
eWf,Yoric, on 010 000 0-3.-1 0
Kusn, Drott (1-3) and Nee
man. i ...
Barclay, i Rldzlk. Jones (0-1).
McCall, worthlngton and Ktt,
wesirum, sr:i.l.-i.l& '-Ana W
. '(Second GameVl
Chicago 001 010 0002 '7 3
New Yorlr 123 000 OOx T 0
Drabowsky (1-2); Hlllman,
Lown and Silvera. i i
Margoneri (1-0) and Katt.' V
With the tennii and coif coniDe
nuon compietea tne uaiooa junior
Senior High intramural sports pro
gram will finish ui a blaze of acti
vity with the big Interclass Swim
ming meet. This will complete tne
sports program for the school year
on the intramural level., .1
In the tennis tournaments. Bill
Heut won the championship, in the
. r, 1 1 1 !. 1
A league, jonn mcnarason i" me
B League, and Doug Chassin took
the honors in the C League, Of the
3, Richardson had the most im
pressive record as he piayea a to total
tal total of 5 sets and only lost 2
earnes. He met his stiffiest test in
the finals when he was opposed by
Manuel Boroweic, a surprise final finalist.
ist. finalist. ViVi -'M ., re '
Richardson- took the first set
of the finals 6-0 and then lost his
only two games of the tournament
when be took tne secona set, ana
the title. 6-2. Boroweic, who wasn't
eiven a chance when the tourna
ment started eliminated top rank
ed Bob Hatting in a hard fought
match. 7-5. 6-2 in the semumau.
Bill Hele bad a somewhat tough
er time in winning the A League
championship. Although he didn't
hiva too much trouble in the fi
nals themselves, he ran into plen
ty in the semi-finals. Hele defeat
ed Lem Kirkiand 6-0, 6-3 in uie
championship contest, but before
Hele got there, be had to take the
measure in Eric Washburn in what
proved to be the top match of the
enure rniramuru tennis cum peti petition.
tion. petition. Hele finally won from Wash
burn 7-5, 6-2 simply by being able
fl5 ' '. ""
. Louise Jones (14) vs. Lynn Jones
fl4) 1
Bobby Hughes 13) vs. Eve
Wright (18)
- FIRST FLIGHT ;
(Upoer Bracket)
Carol PeranUe (201 vs, Del Pe
ters (28) -
Wilms Riley (27) vs. Micld Gar-
ihe (26)
Martha Brueter (19) vs. Hester
Henderson (27) -
LaNelle Logan (22) vs. Rose Phi-I
fer (26)
(Lwr Brack)
Toni Fears (26) vs. Mo Williams
(22)
EUzabeth Weber, (19) yu' Irma
1'uUarkev (2S)
Helen Owens (27) vs. B. J. Nel-;
aon (23) .
Peg MonUnys (21) vs. Mae SuW
livan (25)
40 MEN PLAY OUAL1FYINS
ROUNDS IN JUVENIA
The men started qualifying for
the Juvenia Ttirainut on
Wednesday, and forty players got
in their round early to avoid thei
crowd wek-end. The men will
Jcontinoe to q'jjlifr today, Satur-
dy and Sunday.

Intramural Sports

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams W
New York , :i2
Chicago .... ,11
Boston ... .10
Pet,
G3
1.706
.681
.556
.500
.500
'.500
.375
.211
2'4
Detroit .... 9
Kansas City
Cleveland
Baltimore
Washington

5a.
9

. TODAY'S GAMES

Washington at Kansas City
Baltimore at Detroit -,
Only games scheduled.
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS i
' -V (First Garnet .'4 i'

New York 000 310 0004 8 I
Chicago ,.' 001 000 010-2 7
Shantz (2-1) and Berra. '-
Pierce (2-2). howii nd t Hi
lar. r
i (Second GameV
New York 000 300 000-3 8 A
Chicago 000 000 0000 1
Kucks (1-1) and Berra...
Harshman (3-1). McDonald

owuej, xtturuiuie una, uatey, xxil-
(First Game)
Boston 400 010 0005 10 0
Cleveland 000 000 0101 12 "i I
; vj;.. ?.;'-v'..;i:a., .:i'.ji..'.-.s,j
v; Nixon' t:(2-0)' and" white; hH-
Lemon (1-3), Pitula, McLlsh,
Tomanek and Nixon. j v

Boston
' 100 002 1004 10 0
Cleveland
000 000 030-r3 10 0
Sister (3-1), Delock and Daley.
Garcia (0-1) Pitula: iiarleskl

and Nixon. "r,.'.- A"

Baltimore
000 100 000 L 8-1
, 100 000 20x3 4- 0
Detroit
Johnson
(0-4), Consuegra.' and
Lary (2-2), and House.
Washington 000 000 002 2 10 0
Kansas City 200 120 20x 7 12 0
Pascuai (1-3). Hernandez and
Berberet 1
Morgan (2-2) and Smith.
.to outlast him in tha Una vnlWi
juiat leaturea tne competition.
No one had any toucher tints

than Doug Chassin did in winning'
the C League title- In the semi-finals
he was extended to the maxi-'
mum by Fred Chase before tak taking
ing taking it 8-6, 4-6, 7-5. In the m e a n- :
time John Lewis and1 Steve Mc-'
Daniel were battling it out in the
semi-final with Lewis winning 6-3.

6-1. ,,...-.ri;i;;':.::'i:,:..-A.
' In the 'finals Chassin took the
first set 6-3,. k. -.the second 6-8,
and then finally won out 6-2. Chas Chas-sin's
sin's Chas-sin's great Urive and hustle ena enabled
bled enabled him to get shots against oth-
er boys would have been good. He
finally just wore Lewis down.
Dave Drennan played the tric tricky
ky tricky Gamboa eolf lavout with t fina
total of 76 to take the champion-
amp in we a league golf competi competition.
tion. competition. His Handicap of 5 gave him
a net score of 70. Second went to
Jack Hammond with a net score
of 75 and two other J.C. boys tied
for the third spot with net scores
of 78. 'Ralph McAmis abd a gross
of 85 while Dick Ryan tied him.
.ilk AO 1. : 1 T
mut o litmus ma nanoicap.
Jn the B Leaeue mmnMMnn
Jeffrey Kline took the day off
from his baseball Ditch in tn tk
home the honors with a net score
or 72. This was good for a 3 stroke 1
wm over runner up Herwig Err Err-talt
talt Err-talt who had a 77. Third anot went
to Bob Schultz with an 84. Klin
also had the low
tLeague with an 86, in and out in
uienuai rounds of 43.
' Warren Marquard won a 2
stroke victory in the C League o o-ver
ver o-ver Doug Bergere. Both fcoyg play played
ed played with identical handicaps and
Marquard came in with an 82
while Bergere had 84. Leo Dehlin Dehlin-ger
ger Dehlin-ger got the third position with a
net of 93, and he also" took -low
gross honors with a 97.
Complete results of the. gslf
showing gross and net scores:
- A League .- -.
1. Drennan 75-70
J2. Hammond 83-75
1 3. McAmis 85-78 V
4. Ryan 98-78 t : 4
5. DesLondes 100-82
6y Bradley 101-87 -,:'
' Ltagu
Khtu. 86-72
.Errbalt 97-77 v.
Scbultt 108-84
. Barley 100-86 i-:
Rowan 111-87
French 108-90 Ur
Hall H92 -, '-
c Uagu y;
Marquard 100-82 :
Bergere 10J-M
Deh linger 97-93
LiDcoln 124-97
VaUarino 107-101 1
Engelie 123-101
Ltwt 12S-104
Rogers UJ iof



THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT bAItT NEWSPAPER
MONDAYf MAT 6, 1957
WMic 1 Teeners Cop Six-Gcime? VFW Series

Yr.

till

ifcllililiB

;.:;:::::::;;;;':sjpxP

medalist Major Genial Thomas L. Harrpld, commanding
- TSEESrvjT Army Caribbean, right )y presents .rate,; Dick
Goodman the rSlist trophy f. taking. hwowjgthe

by

, JOE WILLIAMS

CHICAGO-Sugar Ray "thTiSSh
today. The middleweight ch ampion of horl0VPnd mort
lime! This has developed into one of the oWest a
Gene Fullmer, making his .tfense oT the M

in January was "JiSmTiftTi crashing
son disposedof Bobo Otoon tterC "leThook to the Jaw

right to .tne qpay w" "' Tn7hps v
that didn't travel more than 18 inches. ; :
Fullmer even reacted the '-'Swi
He -dropped as though he had. be:8b27 ln?round Xlve Ac Ac-get
get Ac-get up, then fell forward on hacat Bann
been helpless to protect himself. ; v
bid for quiok finish and failed. i i ; s
. it'ad been '-f-&TS
earlier defeat was bv an knockout He P Qund f
SSffS aKan S lS without prions dam-
age, y -. ? ;. ;J: -';' '.4'" : (-'
:"Now H u th. fourth BgdCS3S!lt,a

no two'fooush fights

H.t2S ?fbS'to,Sr'to million doUars a sum.
a match i that flares to orw c weiterwelght champion
me meeting with Camen h match with solid box-
happy over what he saw wnenrtar hlBht and h had

to avoid the mis-
KWfcffiK
look last wtater.? , , ',.
iwhatarnrlsed rinnsiders who had made Fullmer a. 44 fa
voritWSWewa, the &S&
".S&Jfi loroT feVbrlef aS
which he was rendered nun and void Fullmer was a Spiko Jones
to the Sugar Man's Toscanini. o

' ' TOO MUCH CONFIDENCE ;
. .-,. - .j i
Fullmer was no worse or better than he had been In the
other fight and if owning the championship increased his con con-ouiejr
ouiejr con-ouiejr u-,a mu hav hastened his exit: he

SaTiess'rK

m0rRememrlnTthat h nTd fathered Roblnwn's beat .hot
tU lblr teciM that the Teter.n didn't
the last wm ru'"" .... ta ,nn vim Rahlnann

wd when the opportune J

Eobinson probably could hay won on points if he had been
tlA to He drocDed the first two rounds on our card but

--. v,. v.. annllA4 th finisher Fillmer.

was well Out III nuut wu-u ;
entially a Pier 8. wade-ln, roundhouse, thrower hit on the

hreaK ana nia repeica w -
D'c m.tViwi a not exactlv those of an

nA.r in the Mormon Church. . Which he is, . Nor, more to

the poinC those of a top-flight prize fighter It may be n ac accurate
curate accurate measure of his talents that as a middleweight champion,
he opened and closed In one. y

Jeffrey Kline
Hurls 3-Hitter
For 8-1 Win

TEAMS
Pacific Ail-Stars
Atlantic, All-Stars

W L
4 2
1,4

Pet

.447

433

Joseph Garcia, Pacific catcher,'!

drove in the winning run in t n e
bottom of the third inning when he'
smacked the ball deep to right
field to push home Douglas Chas-

siu and John Morris yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at the Balboa Stadium to
end the VFW series. The final

score favored the Pacific Teeners

Atlantic Teeners hiUess and ; run-

less for four innings, giving. up on

ly one run in the top of tne; fifth

when James MeGUn scored on a
passed ball. s

There were two great plays i in

the gams that brought the fans to
their feet when JameS Will, Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic left fielder, hauled in a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous blast off the bat of Gar Garcia.
cia. Garcia. With nil back to the ball, he
made i one-hand over-the head

catch on a ball that was labeled
for four bases. Gary Ness,' Paci

fie first baseman,, also made ; a

beaut of a catch when he chased

a high foul to the edge of the dug
out for the out. i
i. .''V'r ;j' '-'"

Brian Lutz started for thfr At

lantic Teeners and allowed five
runs on four hits in four innings.
Reliefer Richard Vifias gave up

three runs on four hits in two in-

mngs. ,';.')7 ,V.,:: r
The Pacific lads scored four-4 In
the third when Kline and Chassin
walked, Morris doubled, Garcia
trinled and Ness sinsled. one ; in

the fourth when Kline walked and
Chassin tripled, and three lr the
sixth on two- walks and singlet) by
Ralph Parker, .Richard Scott and
John Morris.

The selection of fifteen boys to

t

-

il

.v

Mm.

'.Vv t. !-
I
j
1

! MORE TROUBLE-Duffy Daugherty is looking at 160 players as Michigan State's spring
practice draws to a Close. Prized ball-movers are Quarterback Larry' Bielat, to the left of the
. coach, and Halfbacks Dean Look and. Park Baker, right. Spartans intend to roll right along.
!Er"J..:.;..:;-..;.-::. :. -r-

Mciglie,40: Winner, On

Off The Field-Strictly

Mound
-
f a Pro

By ', JIMMY.iBR E SLIN
NEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK (NEA) There
seemed, nothing' to lose,' he was
just another guy on the way out,
so you nailed Sal Maglie in the
visitors dressing room at Yajkee

Stadium and asued him it ne d

talk about what he used W tnrow

at the BrooKiyn woagers.
Maglie wore a Cleveland uni uniform
form uniform and it looked strange on
him He had spent the game

slouched in. the left field bullpen

at Yankee staaium., e uion i
throw a pitch on this night and it
was to be that way for most of
the 1955 season.
He had been a Wg one with the
rjantfi.' but he'd started to slide

and Cleveland bought him and

make the trip to Hershey, Pennsyn couldn't user him and It looked as

vania will be made this week.

A series of tames between the
Pacific Teener-All Stars and 'the
Army Teener All Stars v will get
underway with the first game slat slated
ed slated for 2 ''p.m. -"Saturday 4 atfthe
Mount Hone Stadium. The public

is cordially invited to watch these)

Teeners tangle. Keen competition
in keeping with good sportsman-

The box score:

bow he Is back where he always
was.

Pro Shops, Sporting : Goods:
Stores Again Bursting Witlf
Gadgets Made to Aid Duffers

By STEVE SNIDER

-NEW YORK,
What's new for
golfer?

May 5 (UP)-
the well-dressed

-shops and sporting goods

are bursting again this

Pro
stores

spring with gadgets designed

make birdies out of bogies or
at least help an occasional duffer
crack a hundred. They range from
two-bits to $1,000 "so take your
pick:

stance to be applied to golf shoe
to keep out the ram or dew.

Atlantic Teeners:
Vinas lb-p :
Humphrey e
Lutz p-lb ;
Kulig ss
Will If
Fields 3b
Tompkins cf t
Cotton rf
McGloin rf
DeTore 2b
Wilder 2b

A

Pacific Teeners: AB R H

Chassin 2b ,"S ,( 1
Morris rf ..; 4 1 2
Garcia c ' S 1 1
Ness lb S O 2
Ammirati 3b .. t 0 0

Corriaan If V 2 1' 0

Parker ss.,- 3 1 1
Scott cf 3 1 1
Kline p Hj; .; ..-)0;2; 0
2 Base hits : Morris, K ulYg 3
rii hits: Garcia. Chassin rase

on balls off Kline 1, Lutx 5, Vifias

1. strike outs by: Kline Z, uitz z,

Vifias 0.-;.- s;;vv;.4v

Left on base: Atlantic Paci Pacific
fic Pacific 2. Earned runs: Pacific 8. At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic 0. Umpires R. Williams and
Hilgingh. Time 1:42. Scorer -Dob-son.
. .. ; : : r

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PANAMA AMERICAN

iJlV FILL YOUR NEEDS!

ii he were a cinch to finish his
career kicking around with tome
second division club.
' Maglie looked up wheri asked" a a-bout
bout a-bout the Dodgers. "'I won't say

one .word about te B r o o k 1 yn
Dodgers," he said firmly. ,"I don't

want tq discuss them." t
Then to prevent the converse'

tlon from. Winding up on. a nega

tive note, he asked, "Bow ve jou
been?1? . d
It was the mark of a pro. : He
wus not going' to be caught leak

ing a lot of pop t offs about the

club he used to beat so handily.
Probably the only reason he
didn't was that he never was a

trouble stirrer. But Miglie must

have had another. The losers do
the scresming and squawking and
he was no loser yet, no r matter
what- his situations His answer

was as if to say. "I'm going to be

back big and I don't want any un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary trouble about it." :
As Maglie approached his 40th
birthday this season, writers be began
gan began scrambling for something new
to say about this guy. But Roy
Campanella, the catcher, -seemed
to sum up their task too i welL
"What could you possibly write or
say about Maglie that .would be
new?" he asked.
You can't because the one- they
call The Barber never really was

away.. Sure, he came from no-l

where last season to pitch the
Dodgers into a pennant and it
took Don Larsen's game to stop

if mm irom wuuiuia iwo la uiv
World Series. . :

But .Maglie arwsys vu I win

ner iff this book. Maybe his back

bsmpered him terribly for a sea season
son season or so. Maybe he did appear
only semi effective to baseball
men. But Maglie wouldn't go on
the losers' read. He still bad the

outlook of a winner.
' The winner with a bad back al always
ways always can be fixed up somehow,
hut you never can take it down
big with the guy who gives up and

" Against the Pittsburgh

in his first start this season, Mag

lie, the pitcher, looked for the
strikeout in the first. Inning "to
impress themt hat I've got my
stuff." then settled back and kept
moving the ball around,, never'
missing the plate much, making
them hit it on the ground and
then when a couple of runners
got on, striking out the key man.
The runners got on when Don
Zimmer, the shortstop, made a
couple of errors and somebody
asked the pitcher about them aft afterward.
erward. afterward. Maglie, the pro, smiled.
"He doesn't yell at me when I
make a bad pitch," he said.

The Barber s won and lost- rec record
ord record is impressive, but what counts
even more here is that he is an a a-dult
dult a-dult in a game which contains so
many adolescent minds.

Like the morning this winter
when a razor firm he was 3tromp 3tromp-ing
ing 3tromp-ing for had a driver pick him up

Pirates in a New York hotel dining room

at 7:30.

Putters how come with pastel
pink, green, gold or bronze club
heads to suit .your mood of the
moment.
One golf bag cart ii to light
its manufacturer insists it's like
"pulling a, cloud." Others have
built-in seats, ball-holders, tee
holders and a place to carry a
bottle in case of snake bite.
Tommy Bolt endorses a "swing
speedometer" that attaches to a
club shaft to translate your prac practice
tice practice swing speed into miles per
hour and thereby determine the
proper .club weight and ball com compression
pression compression as well as to groove your
swing.
Colorful Demaret

Palntlen Practice Ball
A paintless practice ball is" oa oath
th oath e market. It a dyed white and,
extra tough. All it needs isa m

toioccasional bath. -' a z

Another ball has a steel center.

an innovation said to have been.

inspired by aircraft design, -mnt.
One ball maker has a contest,
with a two-week trip to the winner
who'll take in the Ryder- Cup;
matches in England in the fall
and play famous British courses
There's, a nylon tee device.,
actually three different sized (wes

on a string, not tne tee yoa

want and the other two act, ,.M.
an anchor, so you won't have. -jto
hunt the one that was used. j.u
There are multi-colored gloves,
bags, grips and shoes. There -are
rangefinders, a, gadget to repair
ball marks on the green,- ktb
head socks, shaft-protectors and
pre molded grips for pracUca
clubs to start "good habits." r-
All you need is money, j ji

Sam Snead has a line 'of hats

Lqnrl ehirts Pnlm-flll .Timmv Ttx-

"You're Maglie?" the chauffeur maret has 'a line of colorful shirts

asked

Assured he had the right party,
the driver -nodded, then started
outside to stand by his car and
wait for the pitcher to finish
breakfasL vt r
Maglie got up and went after
him. "'Coi'ie o back and have a
cup of coffee," he told the driver.
We know how the guv felt. Mag Maglie
lie Maglie pitched in the first major
league game we covered and
when we went down to talk to
him after it, he said liello and
then beckoned to the clubhouse
boy. "Get this gentleman a bot bottle
tle bottle of beer," he said.
" This, you don't forget about a
guy.

One of those, drive yourself

caddy cars has a plastic body
arid an all-weather top to keep
off sun or rain. One claims a
"sensational'.' speed of 9.3 miles

per hour. Most are battery-power

ed but some have gasoline mot motors
ors motors this year.
Among the new instruction books
is one with a 45 r.p.m. phono phonograph
graph phonograph record tucked into the
inside cover flap. It's said to aid
the timing of your swing.
There are preparations to put

on your hands to keep the club

from sliDDing and other stuff to

lie applied directly to the club

grip to achieve the same purpose,
Hate wet feet? There's sub

Jersey Nags

Wide Awake

CAMDEN, N. J. vNEA) v More
than 100 throughbre'ls quartered'
at Garden State Paii for the'35-
day sprin meeting are being vflev
cinated against encephalomyelitis,
or equine sleeping sickness.
This is a precautionary meaJfe'
instituted by the three major rae
ing associations of New Jersey.1 It
is the hpe to have all horses in in-noculated
noculated in-noculated before germ carrying
mosquitoes become prevalent. i-
The v.ccine is injected under,
the skin rn the left si Je of the neck'
thus reducing the period of sore soreness.'
ness.' soreness.' No horse has been kept ouf
of training as a result. The sleep sleeping
ing sleeping sickness disease has been of
vital concern for soma time.:

SERVES AGAIN Art Larson
surprises spectators with, his
treat physical improvement
working out at Davie Stadium,
Oakland. Okf. The former na national
tional national singles tennis champion
was senouslv injuied ia an ae-
' rri lad rwrr.hr

gl i I I
.... tV
i

OFF BEATEN TRACK A year
ago, Dave Sine- was setting
sprint records. Now the Fair
Lawn, N. J la- is bitting .404
ss a Duke out.' elder. He fcai the
tst arm in the Atlantic Coast

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL ; LOnERY OF BENEFICENCE

I.

r '. ; , t PANAMA, REPUBLIC OP PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1991, Sunday, May 5, 1957
' ' JThe whole tldket has 48 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 24 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

2384
1579
6262

$ 48,000.00
$ 14,400 00
$ 7,200.00

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

N. FriBM N Prim No. rrluf No. Prba No. Prim No. PriiM No. PriMi No. Priiw No. Frlue No, Mmo
MM 144.SS 1SS4 144.M 2W4 144.M S0S4 144.SS 44 144.M S0S4 144.M aM 144.N TOM 144.M SSS4 144.e SM 144.SS
SIM 144.M 1184 144 M liM 144 Wl 31M 144.M 41M 144.W SIM 144 M g4 144 M TIM 1M.M SIM 144 01 11 M 144.
S2M I44.I 1284 144.94 22R4 144.06 32M I44.M 42M 144. Ml S2M 144.M KM 144.M TIM 144.M StM 144.M S2M 144.H
3M 2,4M.e I3M X.4M.M S3M 4S,Sea.M 33M X,4O0.O 43M 2,M4M S3M S,4M.O S3M X,40t T3M X.4M.M SM4 2.4M.M S3M X,400.M
S4M 144.00 1484 144.01 2484 144 01 3484 1U.O0 44M 1M.M MM 144.00 MM 144.01 T4S4 1M. MM 144.0 MM 1M.M
iW4,"- 1M.M 1S84 144 H 2SM 144.00 3SM 144.00 45H4 144.00 S5M 144.00 SM 144.00 TSM 1M.M SSM 144 00 05M 144.M
SM 144.M !6M 144.M 6M 144.M S6M 144.0 4M 144.00 5M 144 00 684 144.00 TOM 144.00 MM 1M.M MM 1M.M
S7M 144.00 1784 144.00 2784 144.00 3784 144.00 47M 144.00 S7M 144.00 I7M 144.M 77M 144.00 87 M 144.00 S7M 144.00
KM 144.00 ISM 1M.M 2884 144.M SSM 14444 4884 144.00 S8M 144.1)0 1884 1M.M T884 I44.M SSM 144.00 t4 144.00
SM 144.00 1M 144.00 SM 144.M 3984 144.00 4J84 144. SSM 144.00 SIM 144.M TSM 1M.N SIM 144.M MM I44.M

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2T7I 4M.M I 7X11 4M.M I Z3TS 4M.M I 2381 480 00 I 2383 480.00 1 2384 480.00 I 238S 480 00 I M 4M.M I 23M 4 M
2371 4M.M I U78 4M.M I 2380 4M.M 1 2382 4M.M I Z3SS 480.00 I 2387 484 M I 238S 480.00 I 2311 4M.M I SMS 4S0.M
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Approximations Derived From Second Prize
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M7I UM I St X4I.M 357 340.M j 4S7S 340 00 I S57t 24.M SSTS 24 M TS7 240.M SST SM.M SSTS 24S.M
117' 12 00 I 1571 12 M I S74 1200 I 1S7S. I20.M I 157S 2.M 151 12.M 1583 12 M ISM 12 M 1SST 1M.M
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Approximations Derived From Third Prize

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2M MM S25 M.M I (25 M.M I S2t M M 02CI MM 1 (25 MM I U MM US MM 1 77t M M

Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: Chiriqui, 1st; Panama, 2nd and 3rd.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending la 4 and not included la the above list win Forty-Eight Dollars (S4S.lt) each.
' The whole ticket has 48 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and '3"

Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12153

The Representative of the Treasury. JOSE GUILLERMO AIZPU

WITNESSES: Row Maria Jaramlllo, Ced. Ne. 47-48054
Leandr Borbon, Ced. Ne, 41-3I

JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notary Public, Panama

PABLO A. PIN EL WL,
Secretary

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DRAVlliQ OF THE 3 STRIKES
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' Drawing Number (92

Firit Prize.
Second Prize.

Third Prize.

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Fraction
$11.00
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' y ' V PANAMA AMERICAN AW fc BTOETTATCypPAlIt NEWSPAlEaX''' J"' f .'"V ' AIONDAT, MAY 6, 19!
' MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
, As little as $10 a moiUW 2lWtUtOit J-ltldl
Or as mnch as you wish,. P.o. Box sW Tel 3-ms
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- Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet at Golf
Heights. Large garden, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room, 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, maid's
room, hot water, completely
furnished. Contract can be ar arranged
ranged arranged for 3 years. Telephone
mornings 32975. Evenings, 2 2-1970.
1970. 2-1970. FOR RENT: One bedroom
chalet, living room, kitchen,
bathroom, garage, 600 squa
mters yard, well situited.
Moderate rent. Phone 2-3438.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 3
bedroom chalet. Tel. 2 217S
From 8 a-m. to 12 rioon. 2 o.m.
to 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Beautiful cha chalet
let chalet three bedrooms, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living room, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, porch, kitchen and gar garage.
age. garage. Phone 3-3904.
FOR RENT:
with runnina
-Nouse 3 rooms
pipe water and
5000 meters land at Chilibre,
$10.00 monthly. Suitable for re retired
tired retired couple. Phone 3-2474.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.'
Rooms
FOR RENT: Two large
furnished independent rooms
vith bath in ideal locality in
Leila Vista, near all bus lines.
Two bachelors preferred. Tel.
3-1038 from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
; OR RENT: Furnished
; ims to rent. Apply over the
ase Manhattan Bank, corn corn-11th
11th corn-11th and Bolivar Ave. Only
. trance Bolivar, house 10-123
ith porch. Good for couple
d bachelor. Phone 233, Co-
GRAVE RESULTS Thirty
dollars he earned as a grave
digger's assistant enabled 15-year-old
Robert B. Houton,
Portsmouth, N.H., high school
sophomore, to build this work working
ing working model of a liquid-fucl-powered
rocket. It took three
years of hard work and a vari variety
ety variety of scrap materia! including
used auto and plumbing parts.

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DELAYED IN DELIVERY The Cleveland. Ohio, post ffle
, iil-attempt to deliver the envelopes, hon above, jnailed
m v'r ago in a downtowa office buUding- Workmen
isrtn ered the- rn vet opes, which contain hand-drawn vaJen vaJen-nes,
nes, vaJen-nes, when fearing amy a false ceiling in the lobby, and
eorwe that they must hi ie been deposited there front a dara--d
mail chute when the lobby was redooe in 1S2L

Apartments

ATTENTION, Q. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one beuroom, hot
water, $60.00. J. F. de la Ossa
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
t-iresione. rnona i-jojt.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot water. Phone 2 2-2504.
2504. 2-2504. FOR RENT: Furrushed a
partments on Via Porras, No,
120, overlooking SAS commis- 1
sary, beside Roosevelt Thea
tre. Teiepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2
bedroom apartment, living
room, dining room, kitchen,
bathroom, ground floor. 43rd.
street No. 4.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, recently built, 1 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, hot water installation.
3rd. street Perejil, facing "Co "Co-legio
legio "Co-legio Javier" $70.00. For in information
formation information phone 2-218. 8th St.
No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Apartment,
22nd street Pueblo Nuevo. Tel.
2-1412. Sr. Ortega.
FOR RENT: New apart apart-ment.
ment. apart-ment. Completely furnished 3
bedrooms,' cool. Campo Aleyre
Large shady playground, lei.
3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment including refrigera refrigera-lor,
lor, refrigera-lor, porch, parlor-dining-room
bedroom, kitchen, sanitary
conveniences. Screened. $55.00.
Inquire No. 112, Via Belisario
Porras, near fcoosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. FOR KENT: Furnished 2
bedroom apartment on ground
fioor, Gl inspected. $0.00.
The best you can get for this
price. 'Jose de Fabrega, Ave.
No. 16, Pasadena. Familia He He-rrera.
rrera. He-rrera.
FOR RENT: Furnished or
unfurnished one bedroom mod modern
ern modern apartment. Garage, 168
Via Belisario Porras.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial
fite, suitable for offices, flow flower
er flower shop, Photo-i-fudio, etc. Jus Jus-to
to Jus-to Arosemena Avenue, oppo opposite
site opposite "Maria Inmaculada." In Inquire
quire Inquire Almacen Rhoda. Phone
3 1477.
FOR RENTl Site octuaied
by'Oistribuidora Hispano Me Me-xicana."
xicana." Me-xicana." Corner ot Cuba Ave Ave-nue
nue Ave-nue and 32nd. Street east, near
new Banco Nacional. Phone 3 3-3443.
3443. 3-3443. :
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I .VnV.,, t J: ., .T. V,lJ"..u!'r,,I Vlm OFFICES AT lS-37

A"S' In,.!"'..".'? .ox.vu uenirat Ave. .- XOUKDES PHARMACY 182 l.a Carrasquilla FARMAC1A LOM
BARD No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON U of July Ave. 4t 1 St. I.KWIR SKUViru.Av. Tin w a ngMini lerinni nuinnun ..

ramnaim lUi-m lenim Avenue

X.AN n .ISi N" FABMACIA X BATUBBO-Paique lelevre

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Fair-.
lane V-8, 4-door with radio.
Perfect condition, $1,850. Call
2-1827 or House 5343-A Diablo-
FOR SALE; 1951, 2-door se se-dan,
dan, se-dan, Mercury. Strict mainten maintenance
ance maintenance all ways. $550. Phona Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3767 nigjits 6 to 7.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210 four door sedan, radio, tw
ton. Excellent condition.
House 504 Ancon. Phone 2-1373.
FOR SALE: 1955 Oldsmo-
bile 88, 4 dr. sedan, 24,000
miles, Phone 82-2196 or 82-2101
Quarry Heights.
FOR SALE: 1952 De Soto
hard top convertible. Excellent
condition, $675.00. Please call
Mr. Panton, Navy 3262 or 3480.
FOR SALE: 1957, Chevrolet
4 dr. hardtop wsw two tone,
power glide. 6000 miles. Can
be financed $2,150.00. Gem Gem-boa
boa Gem-boa 6-206.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac
sedan, good paint, tires and
mechanical condition, with ra radio
dio radio and complete line of ac ac-cesories,
cesories, ac-cesories, a one' owner car
that must be seen to be ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. $425.00 Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4435.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash four
door sedan, $350.-. House 0-211
Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
4 door sedan, two tone, radio,
new car condition, 8500 miles
$1800.00. House 5758-B, Diablo
Telephone Balboa 4138. ;
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM.K1DGE,
DeneraF Agent'
Olhraltnr Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-05S2
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shipper Movers
Phones. 2-2451 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridin & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
.. or by appointment.
srnvfoio DE
TELEVISION
ELEVISIOM SERVICE
TEL. 2-4SS7
Mama
"Slim foot fleure awa"
I BOD I REDUCING
- McLevy Machines, Manage
Steam Bath Mule ma4 (emale
Medical belts, orth braces.
ORTOFEDIA MACIONAL
St Av. Juste Amemena -ZZl"i
Dr. aCHOU. trainee" CkJpe4u
LEGAL NOTICE
Unite' States District Caart Far The
, Dirtrift ( The Canal Zane
Cristobal Division
la the Matter t the Adoption of Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Eric Jordan. Minor, Civil No.
1 2D ntatioi i
To Eric Atonzo' brdan father ( the
above-named minor.
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Divl

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sion. of Cristobal, at the Courtroom In
Cristobal. Canal Zone, an the lStb day
of July. 197. at 10 tf'clock In the fore forenoon
noon forenoon of that day, then end there to

i show cause. If any you have, why Al

fred Augustus Donaldson and Gladys

Donaldson should not be permmed to a

Alfonso Brie Jordan and have his

surname changed from Jordan to Do

naldson.
Witness the Honorable Guthrie T.

Crowe. Judge, United States District

I Court fac- the District of the Canal Zone.

3rd day of May. 1157.
C. T. McCarailrk, Jr,
. iCler of Court
' By s David M. Jeeudae
Deputy Clerk
To: Erie Alonre Jordan, father ef the

i above-named miner.

The foregoing citation is served pen
m bv tnjblieatian Burnaant fen thm Or.
of the Honorable Guthrie T. Crewe.

Judge. United state utstrtn court for

District e the Canal Zone,

the ra day of April. 157, and enter entered
ed entered and filed af record in this action
in the attire of the Clerk ef the Unit United
ed United States District Court. Division of

Cristobal, en the 23rd day ef May. 157
C. T. sScCara.Irk, Jr,
Clerk at Court
(Seal)

- T s Davtd M.
Deputy Clerk
PERFECTION
W alays have rompleU
stock ot rerfeetiea Kerosene
Steve and replacement parts
CASA SPARTON
25! Ot Central, CaiklocUa

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Siamese kitten
beautifully healthy and cheap :
$35.00 ea. 2 males, 3 mo. old
Call Coco Solo 555.
FOR SALE: Solid maple
bedroom set $200.00, 2 chests
of drawers, double beef, vanity
and bnch. Must ba Seen to be
appreciated 5438-A Diablo.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX.
WANTED: By north Ameri American
can American family cook, laundress.
Call 3-5358.

Italy Charges 121 With Fraud
In Third Major Trial Of Year

ROME, May- 6 (UP) A mam
moth trial opened before a Rome
court of appeals yesterday against
121 persons charged with curren
cy frauds which cost the Italian
state some $20,000,000 during the
Korean war.
The appeal hearings on the
"scandal of billions" (of lire) was
the third major trial to start this
year in Italy, it came at a time
when the now adjourned wilma
Montesi trial in Venice was about
to enter its final stage, May 20,
and a. Fadua court of assizes was
starting its second Week of hear
ings on the wartime disappearance
of the $80,000,000 treasure of Beni Benito
to Benito Mussolini.-- -,
Unlike the other two trials, the
"scandal of billions" was not get
ting much attention from the Ita
lian nubne despite the record num
ber of defendants and I the nuigel
sun.a involved.
'It lacked the drug and 'sex!
flavor of the Montesi case or the
bloody drama of the murders
which accompanied the disappear-!
ance of the Mussolini loot.
The 121 "scandal 'of billions' de-

fendants, including leading, Romejfense appealed the 1955 sentence

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RIDING HIGH Two students get a big lift In what GI cU"
' a -cherry picker," a huge boom which provides access to the
control system of fhai "Corporal" recket at the U.5. Army
Ordnance Guided Missile School, fort Bliss, Teiv An erector I
(center) stands the rocket on Its Uuacher.,,i..

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THIS ISNT RUSSIA Despite the stranfe lettering on the
traffic sign, this isn't Russia, but Dallas, Tex. Traffic officer
W. E. Fields, left, end B. J. Hendry express bewilderment at
the upside-dowa sign which reads it you're aa acrobat
"Diagonal Crossing Permitted oa 'uk nal ;

-H" STREET. PANAMA UBRERIA
la Ossa Ave. Mo. 41 at FOTO HOMY lusla

t Street FARMACIA "SAS" Vie Porrai 4U MOVED AD AXHIS Beside

Boats b Motors
FOR SALE:j 16 Foot Cabin
Cruiser No. 827 completely e e-.
. e-. quipped. .Power steering,- m-
' mote, controls, 25 h.p. Evin-t
rude sleps' two. Can be seen
at Tarpon Club Dtfcks. Tel.. 3-
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lovely modern
home with or without oriental
. decor and furnishings. Hot
. water, garden, interior- .and
exterior terrace double gar gar-age,
age, gar-age, living : room, -. drawing
room;; large electric kitchen,' 4
bedrooms, 3 baths,.., maid's
quarters separate-, ocean view,
xclusive residential area. Tel.
2-2542, Panama.
FOR SALE; Farm" on high highway
way highway .near customs, electric
lights. For information Tel. 3-
1458...
Milan and G e n o a businessmen,
were charged with obtaining u.b
dollars from" the Italian--state, rliir.
ing the Korean war at the official
rate of one to 625 lire a 70-lire
gain ever .the -free market rate-
under the false pretense of import
ing u.a..gooas. ;
The gang transferred the money
to bank accounts in the U.S. and
produced forged import certificates
to Italian -.authorities,' the indict indictment
ment indictment said.-
The racket was discovered in
1951 when the Italian exchange of office
fice office handed over six forged import
certificates to- police. The inidct inidct-ment
ment inidct-ment estimated the total of foreign
currency illegally transferred a-
broaa to 20,800,000. 1 j
A lower court in Rome, sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced 41- ot the defendants to short
Jail terrmstnd acquitted the rest
after a 15-monlh. irial m 1954 53.
Key defendant Domenico Ciurlco,
a simple carpenter -who obtained
import certificates' for millions of
dollars., was sentenced to tour
years in jail, three of "which, were
pardoned; I i,' s -
Both the prosecution and de
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PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS

Arosemena Ave. and 3.1 St a. FlKMlril
Home Articles
FOR SALE: ''Bamboo living
room, set, light r mahogany
modern dining room set,' RCA
'Console, Westinghouse- alun alun-.'dretnat,
.'dretnat, alun-.'dretnat, 4 hp- power iawn iawn-,
, iawn-, mower. Phono Amador 5193.
Call 84 East between Via Po Porras
rras Porras and 50th St.,
FOR SALE: Tl pieces Chin Chin-i
i Chin-i ose carvea dining -'room- set. -Intricately
'carved black -bony
Chines living room set.'
Genuine antique Chinese bar
and other Chin furniture.
i ei. ftstt, ranama.
FOR SALE: Frigidairo with
Freezer chest. .Good condition.
Phono Albrook 86-4272.
FpR SALE: Bed coll
springs .for twin beds," prac practically
tically practically new $18.00 each or 30..
for both. Baby: crib wire
screen type. Original cost $54..'
will sell with mattress for $18.;
545 A,,Curundu Height.
FOR SALE: 21" G.E.T.V.
Seivel base Console., Like new
$170 or best offer. Phone: Na-
vy 3572.. ... i
FOR SALE: For only $125..
complete modern dining room
set. Call 3-2165 Panama.
AfK 'oIMV. sWv
ITS ABOUT TIME
i-Janet Remondim at
man, beam at expound
j Spellman Jamily since 1852.
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WFFni FJ Fc:ei WORK These volunteer Red cross workers in uncago are aviatum una
S haysuck ia iafch of you guesed it needle.. The stunt was held to .m.e the-
r, f.mH.riir ririva. A local firm promised. substantial contribution if the needle were

found. But after much feverish searching the volunteers wearily conceded, the old,
- finding-a-needle-in-a-haystack-i simile still symbolizes, the impossible. -. ;

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BULL-RING BALLER1MA Pretty Rosemary Kathiy,(19, practices for ballet and butt
fights and cant make up her mind which career to follow. Daughter of an English busines busines-mn
mn busines-mn living in Forttsgal. she recently made her debut as a dancer at the Saa Carlos Opera
Houft. Abtwe. she executes a graceful "veronica with the matador's cape as her bu'l-'t'-t-Ing
teacher, Julio Proccpio, rUy the part c the bu2, during a practice session in libcn.

SERVICES

Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,-
Radio, Phonograph, Transmit Transmitters,
ters, Transmitters, receivers, and aM 'eler--tronie
equipment. Service calls
$2.50.' Call by 7:00 p.m.j for
.same day service. All work '-guara
guara '-guara nteed. Phone' U.S., TelevJ TelevJ-sion
sion TelevJ-sion Panama 2-4616.
n ARRESTS, KRSONS
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FORGERY AND COUNTERFEITING

1,551 CITIES TOTAL P0PULATION' 41,219,052 1

TEEN CRIME RISE Arrests

united btatesjn i5S took a startling leap in cities. An over .'
' all increase of 17.3 per cent has been disclosed by the Fed-' v
eral Bureau of Investigation, which pointed out that this It I
not duito an increase in number of young people as this group
rose oiay 8 pwecnt. v

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St. .Joseph's Hospital, 'UueagOi" me parents, -KODen ana Virginia open-

Susan, whose birth broke the "lfi boyTruie to tffect .with, the r J

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Students Urge Colombians
To Join General Strike

mRead, story on pago 8

, BOGOTA, May 6 (UP) Stil

s dents angered by the dwaui of a
teenager in weekend rioting here
called on the Colombian people
dav to support a 24-hour "gen-

f eral strike" against rresiaeni

Gustavo Rojas Pinilla.

Twelve opposition newspapers
In various cities responded to the
call by announcing that they will

suspend publication indefinitely,
Two of them shut down yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, aaying that emergency reg
' illations made it Impossible for
'them to publish.

Slxteen-year-oia ernes w ap ap-rlcio,
rlcio, ap-rlcio, who died of a throat wound
last night, was the first fatality

of the noisy but usually non-vio
nt ant.l-irovernment demon'

stratlons that flared up here last

week.
Hels believed to have been
injured by the firing pin of a
tear gas bomb when police
gassed the congregation of the
.rorciunenla Church, whose
priest was preaching an anti anti-'jovernment
'jovernment anti-'jovernment sermon.
J. The weeping com regation
streamed out of the church,
formed in the street outside and
began to sing the national an anthem.
them. anthem. Police threw more tear gas
bombs into the crowd, and Apa Apa-ricio
ricio Apa-ricio was injured.
" The rectors of Bogota's six
private universities announced
last night that they are sus

pending classes because of what

amounts to "a situation of na
tional emergency."

The army took over ths city
Saturday night, ostensibly as

part of a "routine military exer

else."

Italian Socialists
Qualify Approval
Of Common Market
: ROME. May (VP) The

leftwlng Socialists of Pietro Men
hi tonight voiced qualified ap

proval of the European Common
Market treaty.
Th nartv directorate hsard

and approved a report by Rlc Rlc-cardo
cardo Rlc-cardo Lombardi. a leader of the
party's moderate wing, favoring
the common market idea in prin principle
ciple principle .
Lombardl's report said, how however
ever however that the economic policies
of the Italian Government have
been so bad that Italy is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely unprepared to face- free
competition in the market.
Therefore, it said, the Socialists
considered it a prerequisite that
the government must pledp.e to
carry out a four-year economic
plan to strengthen Italy's econ economy
omy economy before the "first stags" of
he common market process
jjtarts.

Korean Armistice

Violated By Reds,

Warns Ambassador

ROME, May 6 (UP) South
Korean Ambassador to the. U. S.
You Chan Yang warned yesterday

mat tne xsortn Korean commu

nists have built up their armed

forces in ."flagrant violation" of

the terms of the 1953 armistice.

"This is a grave threat to the
Republic of Korea," Yang told a

news conference. He said the most
serious threat to peace was not in
the Middle East but in Eastern A A-sia,
sia, A-sia, where the Communist milita

ry preparations gave ground for

grave concern.

Yang said the North Korean
Communists, who had no planes
at the time of the armistice, now

have 518 jet fighters and 99 bomb bombers
ers bombers on 40 airfields. Their navy

na- been tripled and their land

lorces nave increased 62 per cent

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FAREWELL KISS Scenes such as this were repeated along ;
the docks at Morehead City, N.C., as a battalion of Marines
from Camp Lejeune prepared to sail for the Mediterranean
for duty with the U.S. Sixth Fleet.

British-German

Top Level Talks

To Begin Tomorrow
BONN. Mav 6 ( UPV BritUli

Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd

ana wesi uerman state Secretary
Walter Hallstein met today for an
advance review of the top level
talks beginning tomorrow between
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
Lloyd and Hallstein with their
top advisors conferred' during a

cruise on the Rhine in intermittent

snowstorms.
The ministers planned to com

piete the final arrangements for

the Macmillan visit tomorrow thr

nrsi or a unusn f rime Minister to

uermany since World War II.

Sen. McCarthy Eulogized In Church,
Senate For Anti-Communist Fight

WASHINGTON. May 6 CUP) !in memory because at one time

The capital said farewell to Sen. or another he had the fortitude to

Joseph R. McCarthy today with stand alone," Msgr, Cartwright

Weather Or Not

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HUMIDITY:
High 91
Low 51
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Air Corps Colonel,

Once Rickenbacker
Mechanic, Dies
WASHINGTON, May 6 (UP)
Col. Ray Trago Middleton, a me mechanic
chanic mechanic for Capt. Eddie Rickenbac Rickenbacker
ker Rickenbacker in the early days of automobile
racing, died here yesterday after
a brief illness.
Middleton, 69, who resided at

Cobb Island, Md., was a veteran
of two world wars. He enlisted as
a private in World War I and rose
to the rank of Captain.
In World War II, he returned to
service in the Army Air Corps and
served as executive officer of the

Caribbean Wing. He later was d-

puty commander of March Field
and Muroc Field in California.

eulogies in church and Senate

chamber for his campaigns agamst
Communism.

In high-vaulted St. Matthew's Ca.

thedral. where McCarthy was mar

ried four years ago, his grieving in the same Cathedral in 1953

widow and friends beard hinij
praised as a courageous "watch

man of the citadel. I

The funeral mass was followed i

by services in the Senate Cham Chamber,
ber, Chamber, the scene of McCarthy's most!
turbulent battles, his greatest vic-

tones and his most heartbreaking

defeats including his condemns

tion by the Senate in 1954.

In the Senate chamber,! he con

troversial Republican from Wiscon

sin was extolled as an intrepid
fighter agamst the "maglignant

powers of darkness.

The two ceremonies preceded the
departure of an airplane bearing
McCarthy's body back to his home

town. Aplleton. wis., tor nnai

rites tomorrow. McCarthy died un

exoectedly Thursday at Bethesda

naval medical center or a liver au
ment.s

At St. Mathews's before t $2,000

mourners Archbishop Patrick A.

O Boyle sang a solemn pontmcai

mass of reauiem over the 1 1 a g

draoed casket. The Cathedrals

oastor. the Kt. Kev. Msgr. jonn

K. Cartwricht. praised McCarthy

as a courageous "watchman" who

alerted his countrymen to the men
ace of communism.

Msgr. Cartwright paid tribute to

McCarthy's "magnificent heart of
rouraee" and predicted his role

in the Commumsts-in -government
campaign in recent years "will
be more and more honored as his history
tory history unfolds its record."
"He will take his place among
those colleagues of the hall of

fame, each one of whom is great

said.

Assisting the black-mitered Arch
bishop was the Rev. William J
Await, the young priest who mar

ried McCarthy to his pretty widow

Israel Discloses
French Jets, Tanks,
Heavy Equipment

TEL AVIV. Israel. May 8 (UP)

Israel took the wraps off its

post-Sinai military strength today
and disclosed a strong force of
French Mystere jets and huge sup supplies
plies supplies of French built tanks and

heavy equipment. ' ; ',J ',J-The
The ',J-The occasion was a military par

ade in Tel Aviv celebrating the

9th anniversary of Israeli inde

pendence.

More than 500,000 persons turn

ed out in crisp 'weather to watch
the display and to cheer at the
Soviet weapons captured in the Si

nai campaign.

Thirty-six Mystere IV let planes

screamed through the skies more

than three times the number of

jets. Israel previously has acknow

ledged receiving from France.
Some 36 old British Meteor jets,

no match for Egypt's Soviet-built

Migs, also flew past.

11

IENT T HEA.DA1LY NEWSPAPER V,
Bel JMlfe,

"Let tKe people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lined.

2nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, MAY 1957

1 FIVE CENTS

AFL-CIO Charges Dave Beck;; Aides

With Using Union Jobs for Own Profit
' WASHINGTON, May 6 UP) The AFL-CIO todav chare-ed Teamster

r rank Brewster With USinc union funds for "narsnnal niir nn" mnM inoi. thai lining x '-i f

advantage." X ? u; s 4. -i-- i c-'

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Th

eamstera vice president Sydney, Brennan of Minneapolis, who has been convicted of accepting money from an
yer, was charged with "corrupt activities" by the' AFL-CIO. (" V ' "n
"ha entira Teamsters Union leadership was charged, with failing to takr action against the threerv 'o' ',. 1
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3:44 p.m.

TODAY
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"WAR and PEACE

On the ground heavy equipment

from half a dozen nations rolled
triumphantly past the reviewing

stand. Observers said at least SO

per cent of the heavy equipment

was French manuaictured.

Israel also put on a navy show

at EUat. the recently developed

port at the top of the Gulf of Aqaba,

I to empasixe Israeli determination

i to use the gqlf for shipping.

1.11,-1 M u.

inc uiu or v nartinn arc was

contained In a 22-ticr itjtt.mtnt

presented before the AFL-CIO
EthlCal PrsCtlfM rnmmlffa.

, - wlUMbbC Od

ii ebanea lis hearing on the
question whether the big Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union is dominated or sub substantially
stantially substantially influenced by "corrupt

The AFL-CIA chirrn vrr

spelled out after Beck himself
accused the narent union in an

opening statement of conduct conducting
ing conducting a "medieval inanfeftinn antt

witch hunt" at the hearing.
Beck" backed tin in hi t.at.

ment by. other- members of 'the
Teamster Executive Board i-

nounced -tiie general charge of

corruption as "malicious and

uniounaea sianaer." c
The 1 Teamsters'. "E t n e. ii t.iv

Board "said after an extraordin-

lary strategy meetine! yesterday

that it will protect-Its member membership
ship membership "with everything at our
command"4 against any effort to
"defame" the big union. :
. Beck has a date to rexnma hU

testimony Wednesday before the

senate iaoor Kacjcets investi investigating
gating investigating Committee.
There was no 1 n d i c ation
whether Beck's forthcoming con congressional
gressional congressional testimony was consid

ered at yesterday's board, meet-;

TDurlnr his first appearance
befor the Investigators, Beck
Invoked the Fifth Amendment
117 times rather than testify'
about his financial dealings
with the Teamsters.
Beck, who nleaded Federal tftr

troubles in refusing to .testify,

was Indicted in '-Tacnma.; Wash Teamsters tn ''clean hOllJe nr

lass inursaay vv on charges on get out of the federation.

evading $56,419.40 in Federal in

come taxes in lPSfl. H KiihSA.

tjuently posted $5000 bond on the

cnarge. i v -A
formal statement r Issued hv

the Teamsters board following a I

tnree-fiour mfietine at thn nn-i

ion's gleaming new building here
dealt exclusively with Walter I

Keuther's threat on a recent tel

evision show to organize a rival

union jf the Teamsters were ex expelled
pelled expelled from the AFL-CIO. v
Reuther, vice president of the
bia labor federation and an old

foe of Beck's, had emphasized,

However, that the "decent ele elements"
ments" elements" in the T e a msters
Should be given a chance to
clean house before any. expul expulsion
sion expulsion action was taken.
. In Its statement the Team'

sters board said it "vigorously
protests" Keuther's "statement

that he favored formation of a

"new, clean" union of truck driv

ers. f

It also challenged his state statement
ment statement "that our .1.400.000 mem

bers, comprising 800 locals, are

not a 'clean union. v

. "We shall protect our mem membership
bership membership with everything at our
command against Reuther or

anyone else who attempts to de defame
fame defame us as an international un

ion, bv word or by actjon, or

wno attempts to areas up or in interfere
terfere interfere with our organization,"
the two-paragraph statement
said, '. -1 i
"Today's inquiry could lead to

an AFL-CIO ultimatum to the

The corruption charges were

v lodged after Beck refused to
testify before the rackets
group en charges that he took
more than $300,000 in Team-
, sters funds, some of which still
have not been repaid.

Gen. Harrold's
Molher-lri-Law
Dies In Hospital

Mrs. Bars Stimson Draper, 76,

momer oi Mrs; Thomas L. Har Har-rold,
rold, Har-rold, died at :37p.m. Saturday
In Goreas Hosnital. where nhp

had been a patient since I.Iarch
23. ( i
. In' addition to her daughter,
Mrs. Draper leaves a son, Brig.
Gen. philin H. DraDer. who is

stationed in Jspan, and five
grandchildren.

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PARAMOUNT FILMS OF PANAMA and the LUX
THEATRE regret the Inconvenience caused their patrons
who were unable to be admitted to the Theatre due to the
unprecedented attendance for this picture.
At the same time, it Is with pleasure that they an announce
nounce announce that WAR AND PEACE wiU continue In exhibition
so that everyone may have the opportunity to tee this film,
one of the greatest motion pictures ei all time.
OVERWHELMING ACCLAIM FOR
"WAR and PEACE"
"Colossal and unforgettable... Towers over
all other movie greats."
' Archer WirfSten, New York Post
"Invites comparison with 'Gone With The
Wind,' the most pooular movie ever made
Justin Gilbert, New York Daily Mirror.
"Extended spectacles are sweepingly superb.
Keeping the huge set of characters identifiable
called for inspired casting and that is what the film
got."
Alton Cook, New York World-Telegram ana Sun.
"Not since 'Gone With Hit Wind' opened in
1939 has a motion picture created so much inter interest
est interest and held an audience spellbound for so long e
sitting ... The film is a breath-taking version of
Tolstoy's story." ; -V
Kofe Cameron, New York Daily News.
.
.."'War and Peace is 0 superb film, well worth
waiting for... It makes a brilliant movie."
William K. Zinsser, New York Herald Tribune.

Postal Workers
In laly Begin
Three-Day Strike
ROME, May (UP) An est!

mated 100,000 postal workers be

gan a three day strike at mid

night government was on the verge

of collapse.
The 'government crisis was pre

cipitated Sunday when Italy's So Social
cial Social Democrats announced they
wquld withdraw from the eoalition
cabinet. Final word Is expected

Thursday.
' Withdrawal of the Social Demo Democrats
crats Democrats signals the automatic resig resignation
nation resignation of Segni since bis coalition
will be reduced to a minority in
parliament The Republicans with withdrew
drew withdrew from the government earlier
this year. ;

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THE FAIR QUEEN RETURNS. . International Coffee Queen;
Panama's own Analida Alfaro steps 'off the plane which
brought her back home early this morning from Medellln,
Colombia. She spent several weeks on a goodwill tour of the
States, during which time she visited the White House.

Syrians Reported
Firing On Israeli
Fishermen At Sea
JERUSALEM. May I fUP
Syrian positions opened Inten Intensive
sive Intensive machine gun and rifle fire
on lanre group of Israeli fish

ermen from the sea of Galilee
Northeastern shores early i to todav.
dav. todav. an Israeli snokesmsn said.
Col N hernia Brosh. the Is Israeli
raeli Israeli military spokesman, aald
three fishermen were wounded
one seriously.
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An Israeli police boat which
arrived on the scene returned
fire In the direction of the Sy Syrian
rian Syrian cosftions and covered the
entane of the Israeli fishermen
Brosh said.

TODAY;- CENTRAL TODAY
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Mrs. Draper was the widow of

pnnip Draper of Troy,
where thev! made their

She was born in Watertown

Since her : husband

Mrs. Draper had made her home
with MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Harrold.

During this time, they were sta

tioned m Europe, japan... Fort

jp on Kiiey, Kan., ana. Fort Hood;
Tex., before coming to the Canal
Zone last year where he Is com

manding general of the jr S. Ar

my Caribbean, (

? Rosary services will be held at
Gorgas Chapel tomorrow evening
at 7. The blessing of the body
will take place at 8:15 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning. Following this cer ceremony,
emony, ceremony, the funeral nrocession

will go to the Fort Amador

Chapel where a solemn reauiem

mass will be celebrated at 9 o' o'clock
clock o'clock by USARCARIB Chaplaini
H. F. Donovan. The family has

requested that no flowers be

seht

The body will be returned to

xroy for burial. : r

The AFL-CTr WvecufivB

ell, which also has suspended

oecK as a vice president, has or ordered
dered ordered him to stand trial May 20,
Reuther has unld Rpoir' finon.

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of five board members v subse subsequently
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A-Research Centers

Set Up By Russia

MOSCOW. May $ (,UP) More

than eighty new atomic 1 research

laboratories are being set up in

universities and higher institutes

through the Soviet Union, Two

hundred and twenty million rubles

of the Soviet budget have been a-

located to equip them with the lat

est measuring and calculating ins

truments.. "- '. -;-

A Tass report said that the

main canters of the new research

will be Leningrad, Kaza, Saratov.

Tomsk and the universities of Ka

zan and Central Asia.

Each laboratory will study one

phase or another of an extensive

scientific program which emphasiz emphasizes
es emphasizes nuclear physics and cosmic

rays.- ,

In addition to these two subjects,

the universities and institutes of
Leningrad, Tomsk and Saratov
will specialize in machine mathe mathematics,
matics, mathematics, the construction of new

computing equipment, and the the

oretical and technical study M

transistors, as well as the search

for new transistor materials. :.

Other labs will do research in
the fields of photosynthesis, which
is Important in raising agricultur agricultural
al agricultural production, refrigeration, optics,
and geology.
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To coordinate and give advice
on this new research program, a

council of over four hundred scien-

tists and administrators has been
created under the ministry of high higher
er higher education. ,'. ? V

Wintry Snow, Hail
Set Spring Back
In North Germany
FRANKITRT, Germany, May
8 (CP) Winter nipped north north-era
era north-era Germany yesterday sa an
nekpectd attack that spread
a blanket et mew ever the
bright green ef Hv wheat--fielda
and slammed hailstones
Into blossoming frmlt trees and
market gardens.

Deborah ; Robert
KERR MITCHUM

"HEAVEN
KNOWS,
Mr. ALLISON"

COLON by oe LOxe
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