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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:
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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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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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12nd TEAB

PANAMA, K. rt'TUKSUAXj MAX 1,
3 ..

! RIF Notices
For 18 US-Raters,
121 Local-Raters
- Reduction In force notice'
" '.'Were out today lor approxi-i-mately
21. U.S. rate and It lo-
cal rate employes of com
. bined Panama Canal Co. oper-,
i :iUnn as. result of the inte

' i gration of the office functions I

, i mree suppij : v
c Offices of the Serviee Center
Branch of the Commissary Divi Division,
sion, Division, now at Diablo Heights Sery
'Ice Center, will be moved the
- 'end c-f thia'week to their new lo-
cation in Building; 29 in the Baii-

,dob Shops area.
j ? '?;:?: t
" The move U the first step
, in the physical consolidation of
the administrative, budget and
, fiscal, and procurement opera opera-,
, opera-, tions of the commissaries,
"erylce centers and storehous-
S. 1 v!" -Jt -"Vf-'-V ;".rV '." 'vf-''' v '"
. At About the lame date as the
transfer of the Service : Center
' offices some Of the operations of
tv, nivistnn nf storehouses will
be nioved to the first floor-of--'
lice. The move will conclude May
18 with the transfer to Building
28 of the general manager a of

, jice of the commissary wivaun.
- Building 28 Is the three story
, building at on time occupied by
the offices of the former .Me
' chahlcal Division.
Most f those receiving reduc

tion in force notices, are said to
- have been offered otner employ employment
ment employment 4n the Canal Co.-Govern-I
ment organization. t r
Lively Discussion i
iOIBIISCdclcna
(IxpcclidTonibrroa
.IlI' .T '.- 'v.'v -'.' "v. '..'.' s
lively discussion Involving the
' hrnnose cafeteria for .. Balboa

i wirh school students 1 antlcl

-' '-..tsM r tik tomorrow's "public

' meeting of thr-Canat-jBone Pa-

'f 'Council president' It. tt'Town-

send said the: caieteria proposal
is the only item on the agenda
' -jor the meetinj? which will start
at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor

. 1 ot the Diablo Service Center to-":.-jnorrow.
.-c --, 'v
Townsend has urged I1 par parents
ents parents of Pacific-side school chllr
dren," especially residents of An An-con,
con, An-con, Balboa. Los Rlos and Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, to attend,., v k t '.; :
boy;- W. E. Potter lias stated
' there is a possiblUty that acafe-
terla could be Installed in the
. proposed new BOTC build ng
feu hefnr it could be Installed.

Certain conditions probably
ould have to be agreed on.
The onditions under consid-
' eratioh would reaulre students
to buy their lunches In the cafe cafe-;
; cafe-; 'teria or at home, and close the
'service Center cafeterU to stu stu-''
'' stu-'' dnts during noon.hOur, ,;
Independence Day
ConiiHiIleb Ptens )
July 4 Pre;
A Pacific side Independence
pay celebration committee was
formed last night and Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately made preliminary plans
.for a big Fourth of July celebra celebration
tion celebration In the Canal Zone, Includ Including
ing Including a fund-raising dance June
58, i .. ,.- -,''
Alfred Gauvln of Curundu was
elected chairman of the com-
mittee and Emmett r Zemer of
Balboa waa named vice-chalr-mam.
j ;
: The committee representing
various Zone organizations in including
cluding including members of the Boys
and Girls State organizations,
voted to hold a special f und und-'
' und-' raisin dance, at the American
.iBion Club -at .Fort. Amador i
. June 29. 1 .'-
, i A special committee was nam
ed to lineup tne Dest orcnesira
available for the dance.
. Th monev will be used for
the fourth of July celebration
which will.be highlighted by
parade, various athletic events
and a spectacular, fireworks dis-
CZ Civil Defense
Lists 3 Meetings ;
The towns cf Rainbow-Citv
Oamboa and" Santa Cmi will
' hold the !r monthly Civil : I
; f ense meetln tomorrow and
Thursday. rsTrtivelv.
The ladles of Rainbow Cltv
' will meet at the school at i:30
p m. tomorrow. The Gsmboa la
dies w;U met st the C3vk cen center
ter center at 1.33 a rn Thursday and
the Carta Cru? Indies at the
' Ferrtce Center at 8 p.m. Thurs-i
cav.
A'J members of the towns! tes
Cirl Dffpr VoluntT Corrrf
are 'urrl t- ;t'nd. The gen

eral rue...: :s invited.

' c .' 't V "(NEA'Telephoto)
POSTS BOND Teamsters Union President Dave Beck leaves
federal court in Washington after surrendering voluntarily
to the U.S. Marshal and posting $5,000 bond on Federal
Income Tax evasion charges.: He Is followed by his attorney,1
. Gerard Treanor.. '

'Paraiso People Are Terrible'

Probation Violator Thanks Judge
For Ordering; Him Out :of Town

Despite an eloquent half-houf
plea, during which he swore he
was foing-"stratrHt," shoe-
shii i -: fr -i t.- un .-'t r r-h
h r-h ,- 'liiri t iv ,"a? nt.cr.c-
fd to serve a two year term at
Oamboa after his probation was
revoked In U.S. District i;ou
t? Thc tall defendant,' WHIUm
6ordon, Z0, faed the Judge
today on a charge of Tlolattng
the terms of his Aug. 1955 pro
bstlon. --..t f i
' At that time he was convicted
At huroinrv and sentenced? to
spend three years in the peni penitentiary,
tentiary, penitentiary, but the sentence; was
suspended for period of Jive
years on the condition that he,
did not violate any -am
a and the Canal Zone. ,, t '..
The court learned that on, A
pril 2, Gordon was found Kuilty
in Balboa Magistrate's Court of
disturbing the peace by fightinif,
and fined $15. This constituted a
violation of the terms of his probation.-"
. V-
On his own behalf, the. de de-fendant
fendant de-fendant told the cour that h he
,a avin his money ana go
ing honest He thanked the judge
for kepeing nwn uui.
(He hss been ordered to keep
out of;there). V C, .'
"Paraho Itself Is beautiful
but the people are terrible," he
fUted..ri ever knew how to
The
.v
judges uencn
l Ona charge of petit embezzle
ment Ezekief.J. Walters
fined sio this morning In the
Balboa MaKlstrate's Courts, The
17-year-old Panamanian r de defendant
fendant defendant took $10 which had
been entrusted to him by Jose
Ma ash, and used it for hlms;H.
The incident occurred in u
Boca.'- -i '-' "'
A (IS fine was imposed on
Henry J- Grant, S5, Panamanian
who was' found guilty of vagran vagrancy
cy vagrancy in La Boca. u y.- .'
Matthew Murray, -a 35-year-old
Navy man was fined $10 on
a charge of intoxication.

Frerich Display .Canny Way With Nudity

By DOC QUIC8 v
THE LIDO, Paris, Vay T (UPM
The most striking difference be between
tween between this aightsp, one of tbe
most prominent to France, and any
nighUlub in the United States m
the matter of dress oa the part of
chorus girls. v
Both countries go la for patches
of bare skia, but aot in the same
places or dimensions. Nightclub
nudism in America is by th acre,
la France, it. is iugaL The
French, while skimping eo the
product, exercise what they obyi obyi-ounly
ounly obyi-ounly regard as esnny selectivity.
Nobody asked my pinion, but
if they Iid I woold say I d not
regard audity as beauty, in either
country or in the islands of the
Souia Seas, either. However the

French bare a way with rt. (the Ed SuiUvaa biiow. iTie acts
la genersl, the French thormea j ranged from ke ballet to a swim swim-eem
eem swim-eem seven r eifht tiree a sinning pool scene, juzrlirg bell bell-heivily
heivily bell-heivily tloUed ss "lieir h i p p yi ringing, jaa Xa nnnatrei sirgin.

smoke or gamble until" I lived
there. n They taugh m pure

lie explained that the-misde-meanor
occurred, because he had
been in a cantina drinking, went
with a woman, and got into, an
argument with her because she
stole his wallet in her home.
; He told the Judge he picked
up her watch .in retaliation, and
then decided to go Into the Zone
so. that a -. Canal Zone officer
could straighten out their fight.
When the couple approached
the terminal on Shaler Road,
the woman began screaming that
Gordon, stole her watch.
, "She was really accusing an
Innocent guy,1' Gordon told the
court today. A crowd had gath gathered
ered gathered to watch the- fight which
ensued beween the two.
I-
scene at the time, took them
both In to the station where
.Gordo1!! was charged with dis
turbinf the peace by fighting.
He was found guilty In Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court and fined 115. v
. In making his plea,- tha ;de
lenoant said; :- :' v-" 7
. .. .jv-": '', '',-'
' '',-' y our. honorK1- times hange,
and so. have I. I'm a changed
man.r I deaa the barracks- and
shine shoes and am saving 'my
money because I want people to
see the change the good Lord has
made u my life." -v.
v "- -r ' :' '"'
.-7. The, Judge asked Gordon
what made .him come Into the
Zone to settle the argument
The defendant replied that he
could get "stabbed or killed in
Panama I don't know many
people there.":, .' ;"
. i ...
saw the night of the world."
...fit. easy to be good, nd I'm
. r,.A .tZA
Before "revoking rhis probation,
Judge Guthrie F Crowe said:
T After hearing your .plea I
think :
you need some supervi-
faolHrra S.
. i a J
n... hi t tmiit n ta aerva in
the penitentiary.
euntrnaria la tha United Ststis.V;
Thev are elaborsteiy costumev mi
many hues snd layers of ruffles.
billowing skirts, spewing fesinerv
gewgaws sprouting from the bead,
and full length sleeves and stockings.-
- V
However, there is one' region ta
which the French girls have
protection against the cold. They
are absolutely bare-faced from the
forehead down to the stomach. On
the stage with the rest of the anat anatomy
omy anatomy heavily clothed, the effect fcf
this get-up is about the same as
meeting aa oncoming automobUe
oq a dark highway at night. -You
know the body is there but ail yea
can see is the headlights.
The show at this barn-big eight eight-err
err eight-err was long and varied, a ort of
extended and glorified edition of

THE HEATS ON ISTHMIANS :
& GATUN LAKE SAG IN UNISON

; A noon temperature of 96 at the Albrook weatherstation to.
day found Isthmians sweating out another siczler In the already
driest of dry seasons on record. -
.The water level of Gatun Lake sagged to 82.47 feet and. of.
flclal Panama Canal reports showed that the Inflow from rivers
and streams In the watershed area around the Gatun Lake basin
had hit the lowest In 44 years of record. i ; ;f

V Temperature ranging from
84 to 96 degrees were posted on
the pacific side Over the week weekend
end weekend through yesterday and to today,
day, today, and even at night the mer mercury
cury mercury remained at a high mini minimum
mum minimum of 76 to 77 degrees.
yAs Inflow to the Gatun basin
petered to a trickle, an average
of 23.9 lockages per day in the
Panama Canal was chalked up
Pregnant Woman
Sent To CZ Jail
For $5 Burglary
; Canal Zone police will have s
nrnBTiant i woman In their cus
tody for the first time in a long
while.
i Thelma G.' Williams, formerly
a maid in Balboa, today- was
found guilty of second degree
burglary and sentenced to spend
six months at the Gatun Jail
for women.' f-'Cii't
i Tti 95,vettr-old i ef endant
wiin aM; the was six months
pregnant, pleaded guilty to the
charge.'' She has been involved
in similar felonies several years
ago x and served a threes-year
term Ii iBSi,
Public "defended 'Wnilam. She Sheridan
ridan Sheridan pleaded that the $voman
wes jlriven to commit burglary
by the situation" of her poverty.
He said sne woraea one nay w
week for which she earned
total of tJ.50 She also-' had

trd daTto- &fil?

port since ; the mart she lived
with "has been unemployed for
Thelma entered a house In
Balboa snd stole 5 from a wnra
an's wallet on Maren zo. ine
victim Was her employer's
nel'hbor.
' vnn haw a bad record of
wriitrlM. While the sum ln-
vnired In this one 1 h srnal'
one, you may have, stolen mo'f
had there been more to sieai.
w.' M Ti wai taking Into
nnlfrHnTV fh fart that She
was pregnant In fixlnr the pen-
't at ix month She broke
down and cried on hearing the
sentence, ( .-'. ''' '- "y
years ago another preenent de defendant
fendant defendant was servlnff time when
she was taken to uorr". ar
wrth to her baby, and was
taken back to JalL
Probale Scnlence
lorDepori
AeHna-- on the recommenaa-
j tion of Estrctt Attorney Bow
land R Hazardhe UBstdct
I rinrt Juris, today Imposed

one year sentence probated for;yc defender said was Hying "like

live years on ucuigc w

39-year-old Panamanian.' isent to the Gamboa peniten peniten-The
The peniten-The unemployed defendant tlary for a one-year term after
was found guilty of returning to ha pleaded guilty to first le

I ii af-.. 1 ryA at fH afea Kaa
ST2. He w.
aner ne nao
inirrea jio in a-arauao vn jaauwu
SL
The title of the show, as near
as i coura mm oui, w.
Manifiaue' and. anoarenuy as a
concession to the Americas tourist
trade, one of the subtitles resd:
"Avec Les NitwiU." -.'
There were several funny tcts.
t least one of which must have

. w Vitwit. T1a I
thm minatrel ahOW routine W WMCn
arerrBodv broke into a French
accent version of "Waitin' for the
Robert E. Lee." You've got to see
tt te sppreciate it. M
"How did you like the sh-
I asked a French lady la attend attendance.
ance. attendance. 4
t
"Sensss,'' she repoed. devei devei-oped
oped devei-oped the tensas (pronounced saba saba-sahs)
sahs) saba-sahs) is French slang for. sensa
tional and yon mav have the word
free of charge, if joa esn ia aay
thin with it.

Sal b7birhowe"vrr; Vtendedjc hool Jjr been gainful
not intended to be such. It was! employed tat

during April the highest April

average on record. ;
Each of the lockages uses 7,-
100,000. cubic feet of water,
Also during the month,- 140.-
000,000 million cubic : feet were
used for municipal purposes.
only a billion cubic feet, -or
one fifth of the normal amount
were used at the Gatun hydro
electric plant to generate power
since the use, of diesel electric
plants in : the Canal Zone re
suited in the saving of nearly
five billion cubic, feet of water
during the month or the con
servation of .59 of a loot of wa
ter at Gatun Lake.
Allemplcd Theft
From Maid's Room
Hels 3-Year Slrelch
A : deported -San Bias Indian
wh tried to burglarize a maid's
room in Balboa Heights today
was sentenced to serve .a total
of three years at the. Gamhoa
penitentiary thirtng the .cslling
or tne ernranai docket in um:
Cttrlct -Cotirt.-V- :
" The defehrfant." ST-yesf-oW
Rlcardo Gonzalei, i'allas ,9")mmy
Morris was eiven a two-re,r
sentence on the buri9ry eharge
He 'entered house -28-A Manra-
nillo Place on Aw-H li and tried
to steal some of the maid's possesions.-
? ;; j'r .'
'r For' returning -to the ? Cana
Zone after he, had been deoort
ki. oonzaiex was given an ad
He was deported n Novem
ber i, lvoa.r i : i
Moonblow
WASHINOTON, May 7 (UP)
Smithsonian Institution sclen
tists. tired of wondering how
Florida's Seminole Indians have
predicted hurricanes as much a
a month in sdvsnce. asked
Seminole weather prophet tr
his secret, according to a report
issued today.
i "Moon tell me," the Seminole
said, and the scientists went
back to wondering.
Crave Complaint
ST. ALBANS, England, May 1
(UP t Parishioners of a local
church have asked the vicar to,
make the church boys club
members stop taking surplices
from the vestry to play ghosts in
the churchyard..

V7eecr Froni i La Bpca Goes To Pen;
izd Has Lifetime Stealing Record

A -youth with a long record of,
do lira r.nnnr.tinna. wno tne nun-

n weea in lm bock. iuuj waa.wia uie court.

eree burelarv.

t-S'ny-4entenC onHhef- fWe

i7.vearwiin fl.r.nngni. nemesiOi
Milton, District Court Judee
Guthrie r. Crowe cautioned ur
youth:".
If yaw teitaw ttta a ma r Ufa
yaw aaaa aara elected fa iaad..
iaaf aa aars aa yaa'ra at aaaiaa be,
yaa'l awa a Muaa ban far taa
rasf f year lit. Tea bsva baaa'
efeeHaa afaar aaaata's raaaty
aiace yea wars a NfHa bay," ffte
iwa-M aaM. "I
yaa'B hava aa eaaarfaaify fa
a tnae and anaaal year ways.
MUton. who lived with h I
mother In La Boca, has not at-
" icwtu w
anrf hiiro-larles-
On March 1$. MUton entered
quarters 10 tn La Boca and
stole a gold brooch worth t35
end a belt buckle worth 7.Both
items have since been recovered.
The youth had been In Balboa
Jail awaitinx trial so the bur burglary
glary burglary chart e.
It was brouxht out In court
that the oeonle who take reia
of him have Bttle control ever
'h!"i. Even the publie defender
(WUliam Sheridan, admitted it"

Ij nm mmim

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
A ffPLIT In the ranks of the
National Patriotic Coal ition
(CPN) was regarded as immi imminent
nent imminent today by both EI Dla and
La Hora. t
Representatives of three dis disgruntled
gruntled disgruntled factions of the govern government
ment government party are said to have
waited fruitlessly from 5 to 7:30
p.m. yesterday for word as to
when president de la Guardia
would receive them for ft propos proposed
ed proposed "unity" meeting.
Miffed over whit they con consider
sider consider a deliberate slight, a
spokesman for one of the fac factions
tions factions declared that the split in
the party's rank! Was Inevitable.-
- -
' Others said the. three factions
(Liberal Doctrinarv. Revolutio
nary Autentico iPRA) and Union
Popular) will launch a Violent
manifesto' against President de
la Guardia and about conditions
in-the CPN party. !i
Meanwhile. Minister 'Of Gov
ernment and Justice Max Heur
tematte, who was said to have
attended oh of the meetings at
which it- was agreed to arrenge
a meeting between the President
and tne. representatives or the
dissident factions,.; has denied
any knowledge of the proposed
harmony .meeting. i -. p
The "Imminent reappear,
aace of Panamenlsta leader
Dr. Arnnlfo Arias on the poli political
tical political scene" has sent CPN lead leaders
ers leaders scurrying if find a standard-bearer
. forHhe '1966 elec elections,
tions, elections, La flora said today. ;
'Names being iugglfcd for selc-tion-.of-
the 1960 CPN, nominee.
the puper said! are! Former Min
is- er of Govt. ahftJustice Alelan-
dro- fiemon, present .Minister; of
uovi. "Jina jusuce Max Keurte
mattej Second,-. President
Heracnq Barietta, Assemblyman
Manuel R. Arias,. Assemblyman
and, DIPAL faction leader Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo pieman Jr., Juan de Arco Ga Ga-linda
linda Ga-linda and' Financ Minister Ru Ruben
ben Ruben D, Carlfi. ..,; :
''" The Flnanee Ministry yester yesterday
day yesterday struck what is regarded as
a ''severe blow aralnst latifua-
Ldlsm" (vast: land holdings)
with the anaoaneement that
property on which taxes have
-bo been paid will bo embargoed
-. El Panama America speculated
yesterday that large sums are
owed the government for proper-;
ty taxes, because of tne .existence
.ve
oil large extensions
the interior on which
not been Mid for several years.
i El Dia reported today that
seven Panama City teenagers

have been missing from, their MOSCOW, fay 7 (UP) Corn Corn-homes
homes Corn-homes for the past several days, munlst Party chief Nlkita
Listed among those missing 'Khrushchev asked the Supreme

recently are: Roberto Vado Jr.,,
io, wno nas peen missing since
May 8; Pedro Antonio Ramos.'
missina since Paim sunaay wnen
I he went to a movie: Esteban del
la Cruz, 11, missing since April

22. and Jose Orisiono Perez. l.lKhrnhrhe nn'l ther ran be

The names of the ether missing
children were not carried in the
'report. .
was in the interests of the boy
ta ft sent ia tha nanitjnHin
j "He Is living like a weed." he
Judge Crowe told the youth
"You can either learn to be
come an. intelligent citizen an'
J

TEST XV This photo, retouched by the Kayy. shows the H.OOO-pound B-58 V V-trsck
trsck V-trsck sled as the Jft-propelled t ejection aystem was tested at 20 tnph at Chi-a :
The test was made on the 500th run and completes 3Vs years of operation
with saving! seven know, flyers Uvea and 125,000,000 in taxpayer s money lai?:
pre-testmg. .. V '

Honduras Claims

Nicaraguan Attecll
m hlontier .-f

TEGUCIGALPA; May 7 (UP) The governminh
radio reported that Nicaraguan troops' attacked ,'tfit
Honduran town of Cifuentes at 5:30 a.m. today, break?
tag the. ceasefire along the border. JT-U
y Cifuentes is east of Tegucigalpa and fivV.rnjlesJn
side Honduron territory in the border state of E PoraJso
Col. Cavgldo Lopez, Honduran minister of, defense,
did notTcnow any details, but expected word from Cifuen Cifuentes
tes Cifuentes about the incident. .)x
' "The radio broadcast reported that Honduran' troops;
repelled the attack and said that Horrduran planes patrol-"
ling, the area strafed Nicaraguan troops. -!

Meanwhile. the foreign min ministers
isters ministers of Guatemala, El Salva
dor and Costa Rica rushed here
to help work out a permanent!

peace between Honduras andjCol. A. A. Greene, chief of.mil
Nicaragua. ; itary missions of the, UJS. Army
They were scheduled to con- Caribbean.-and t. Col. Frank
fer with a fact-finding teamB. .Rinn. of the Caribbean-Air
from the Organization of Amer- Command at Albrook Air Force
lean States and the Honduran Base

miutanr mntr anoruy -arieri,
.Weajriyai,
:V
have cpmmon. borders with Hon Honduras,
duras, Honduras, Costa Rica borders on
Nicaragua.
All three Rations have 'been

worried that the border dispute
between Nicaragua and Hondu-.team

ra wuuia minv -up a uiajiu
Central American war.
Three, too military eHicial from
The fanam Canal Zane arrived
la Maaata en raaee hare te Join
a U.S. military mJiiWn that wiH
fly Jivar.tha aitautaa baraar tar tar-'rftefy
'rftefy tar-'rftefy en the Caribbean aaatt H
aaarve treep alacamaot ea hath
Maa.
Khrushhev Wants
Radical Induslry
Shake-Up Speeded
Soviet today to order that his
radical plan for reorganization
of Soviet Industry be carried out
wlrhin the nexz. two monLh.
At the first business session
of the Russian Parliament
no delay in putting the central
government ij o.' the manu-
fftf tiirinr burin t A transfer-
rinn control of industry to lo
cal co'incl!.,
Practically -everythin g from
eoal to cosmetics would be de decentralized.
centralized. decentralized. ."The reorganization of man management
agement management should not be dragged
out." he, said. "It would be ef
fected in May and June this
year."
Of the SO-odd existing Indus
trial and construction mlnls-l
tries,, Khrushchev sucgesttd
that only the -aircraft, sbip-
building, radio, chemical, me-
dlum
mhiistrlW
macnuie nuiiaina ana
'be retained

... Y 4

The three officers '- ArS: col,
Peter 8. Peca. commanding? of-
ncer- or tne osth Anu-Aireraft
Artillery Group of Ft. -Clayton:
v- i miiitar h
.'fu. Thy aw Ml. Anion
mi NMienat Cir.
, A Wlitafy- mission .is expect expected
ed expected from Argentina tomorrow but
it a. nnt inmm ,,.tK.. ..k.
' members of Jhe fact-finding
would pkrticipate -In,- the
reconnaissance A
Report On Mcnl:l
Condition Of.Zono
Postal Worker D
MM
4a W
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The report on the mental 'it altl
of a Panama Csnai Postal employe
faced with a charge of failing to
account for public funds, is expeefe-i
ed to arrive from a Stateside hoM
pital this week. ; A C i
According to a cable received!
today by attorney Charles Rami-'
res, the Veterans' Administrstioai
Hospital in Augusta, Ga.. hss eom4
pleted its observation of Mark'
Lawrence White, 57 year oMAf
merican who was sent ther". ia
marco.

White was charged. on OctT-15,-
1956, of having a shortage of ?16l'
la. his funds. He was a long-time i
employe of, the Postal Division,'
and held the Job of Branch supers I
intendent at the Balboa Height
post office at the time. He wss r-,- j
ported planning to ..retire fre i
service that months 4 t f
- -.-''- v-.s.

Because it was felt that Corns
Hospitsl did not have the facilities
for making the examination te da.
termine White's mental state, he

was sent up to the Georgia hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. He was out oa 12,000 bail. s
In U. S. District Court today it
was decided to psss the case to'
the July term because of the in.---j
pending absence from court bp
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe.
The eable ttamirez received
so slated that White would be re--
leased as soon ssitrsvel arraage- j
meats could be msde lor his re- i
turn here. L;".; :.'..'

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'THTS IS YOUR fORUM THE

m ;i'TIit MeH Box li as epe forum tot readore of The Panama American.
Letfera ere reserved fretefullv and art handled In a whetly cenfidantial
taaaaer,
If yeo oenrriaute a letter dan' k impatianr if doesn't mmii tha
?M4 day. LaKar ara subliihtd is tha ordtr racaivad.
m: Plaaia r to Icaas tka letters limitad te ana paga length.

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TRAFFIC

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" jTColon'g 13th Street Is one of the most heavUy-used thorough thorough-'tares
'tares thorough-'tares in the cltv It leads to the docks, and big trailers are ai-
' "S?vJ Snning through It. Heaven alone knows how there have
CUEiSlSti between Bolivar Highway Amador Ouer-
, : NroATenu because of the double parking allowed on 13th
ftf Another thing. Since so many ; tourists and I "J;
Iwavs ia Colon, why not put up a sign at 13tn Street ana
"Jor OuerYero Avenie in both languages, pointing nthe way to the
Socks. As It is now, without such a sign many visitors lose
$Wt way and walk up the Bamboo Lane area. obMrm

ANOTHER ANONYMOUS REPUBLICAN

filr:i

2 Another Republican who Is ashamed to admit to PuWtte
" Wned the Mail Box last Saturday with a letter, about old
"jCrede Calhoun" that was -ned nta.- rhin oues-
ii' H asks- "How cheap can he (Calhoun) get? mis ques
tlon has referent to mention of Mrs. Nixon's cloth coat in a
? It in the Mall Box. The answer in part s:

V Not cheap enough to write

.! 5K5 rtff and Murray
'ChoS Sr style anonymous W' has done. If he feeK
as Jho aavs. that he should not have made a crack at W'
iSlff ? Democrat) then, why didn't he cross out that part of
H til .1tfai9 .. i.

ilia a communist?" Then they hnr up. Ior oersonal use
if Not cheap enough to accept gifts of money for vff f
uixon did as a Senator, and then say tnwVs aov aov-Mflce
Mflce aov-Mflce Expenses, when such expenses are paid by th. UA Gov
rnmftnt. ... jii.trflnn And the

"Nix" harks back to he
,;Ue stencirranher who got

hown tnaj n w i. - vauhan's deen frers.
.ru&iisssrs' o-
Checkers, also had a role. Forpe whf resigned
;r How about the, '"as u5n JJs P o Tctfflce and
' nr tt waa-revealed that he was usm rci

& '"e8 that he was cleaning up only
rnment contractors? It 77 arf angement, which is real-

"fJSSS nave dozens of
-How about the aaristant ""et"y5e(tfye 5nd brother-ln-them
In the Defense Department) whose win a
low held contracts for millions of aouars wiwi

. Eisenhower recomrnenaea "."Vf h Atomic Eneriry Commis-
to more than one mink coat and.a dozen deep xreezes.

jtwTbeV
I IL?5'?F5ff f n,,r country. Mrs. Nixon doesn't need

t -nV more as ah T has eraduated to mink and was selected as
i Sn? oyf toe ten .t dresSed women in the District of Columbia
'. in 1956. Crede (01d) calhoun
V" SHOT IN COLON'S ARM
'filr.
"colon business circle, received a welcome shot to toe
iarm" throuah the recent four-day visit of United States service service-ffi
ffi service-ffi M Mundo Oraflco estimates their toUl spending at $80, $80,-.but
.but $80,-.but the writer who Uvea in the heart of the busineM dis-
trict. where he was able to watch operations, thinks that a
I more nearly correct figure would be I'S;000- ., t of
' It is believed that this was the freest-spending lot of senr
t Icemen that ha, visited these shores In .wme time During the
i.nrfMtnn and the years that followed sailors ana
-S?S!thhw uirttei were niggardly In their .pending.
They might buy two or three glasses of beer and caU It 1 1 day.
' toey might make a small purchase in a store andoulbb le at
the price. Pennies were counted. They were no great help to
thfc occasion was not like the numerous' fleet rWti
- W th wvOs when money flowed like water; when the sailors
' 2L IrriL of roendlM The saUors of that time did not
IIS aiJ tneV donow but they were out to spend the last
ffn Ylr StUU They would go into a store dealing In
.fStSliSrSl irtldeTey Uked and plank down the
:S"thSuTqution. It is true that some dealer, took ad ad-i?anU
i?anU ad-i?anU of the sltuaUon and raised their prices beyond won
m During on. of tbew visits a storekeeper friend of mine con con-tided
tided con-tided to me that on the previous day his sales to itte eet visit,
rahad toUled $20,000. A saUor with whom I had become ac-SltoW-hohad
an ey. for businesby making loani .to
lahipmates, told me that the borrowing from hiss onthla par particular
ticular particular fleet visit amounted to $2000. on which he expected th
' modest interest pf 10 per cent. Asked If he did not sometimes
lota, he replied, "very little, though sometimes there are delays
in repayment caused by sickness or accident."
. The recent visit was devoid of clashes, and on the whol;
the servicemen behaved creditably." Occasionally, one took
aboard more than he could handle, but on the first showing of
, obatreperouaness, the shore patrols and military police took
peedy care of him. .
W. C Haakln.

BRASS PLAQUES
Blr:
Mail Box contributor "Curious" iurt hit the nail on the
head when he referred to the remarkable coincidence (?) that
recipient of outstanding performance commendations Invariably
prove to be the Oala Friday of service brass. (
Just check on them down through the montHs and youTi
find that no secretary to the military working under (or for?)
any lesser light than a full colonel ever rates this empty ac ac-rolid
rolid ac-rolid fHrkanlnz. I rails It.

To lep to another subject, "SenUmental" couldnl have
hoan a more aporoprtate aignature to his maudUn remarks
on Gator Gulch. He say. tt pms him to read derogatory let let-trs
trs let-trs about his former Pedro Miguel paradise. Wen, he pains

me with his pollyanna slop.
Kls sarcastic remark Indicating that service families are
rTperd by cradle-to-eTave ere will win him few friends. As
f-r "makine like a rtloneer." Ill waeer this character had no
M to build cimaelf a lor eablft npon his arrival at whatever
It r, trwnslte was nnfortonat enoudt to welcome him.
But as far as that goes, fd a darned rta-ht rather dwell In
r;'n. new log cabin than the termite-ridden, filthy chanty
t z.fi to me.
Fete Michael

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Labor News

And
Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL
They say that Dave Beck threw
three coins in the Fontainebleau
to assure his triumphant return to
Miami Beach. And that's exactly
wnat will happen late next Sept
emDer at tne xeamsters Brotner
hood convention. Beck, already
has the votes for re-election as
president of the turbulent Team
sters. i .. -.
I've Just been criss-crossinc the
U.S., pencil. in hand, and with
what s left of my early geometric
culture I add up the data I've just
gathered to the fact that Beck now
has more than a majority of the
convention votes needed for re-e
lection. y July 1, he will have al almost
most almost 90 percent of the conyention
in his well-lined pocket. ""
I hear there will be seme 100
ef the Teametars' sentry in tHa
It hall as voting deiegatee whan
Back gavela open th parley en
Sept. 30. Fully half ef these, and
probably juat a bit more, will
have bean appointed by Beck's
friends and supporters. and
this twain la net necessarily i i-dantkal.
dantkal. i-dantkal. These delesates ara i SDnaintad
by regional Teamsters leaders who
ewe their jobs to Beck or the bloc
of vice president, which has-now
decided to keep Beck in of f i c e.
Some of these delegates are from
the 110 locals whose officer, have
been removed in -past years and
which have absolutely no rights
whatsoever. They are under the
trusteeship of Beck's national of
fice or his crouDa of veeos.
The other half of the convention
delegates are not in the process
of being elected if you'll torsive
me the expression. There is no se-(
i L II ... .. mi at l
crei oaiioung. ine elections run
right through these next 60 days-
out there will be mighty few con
tests.
In feet, you could fill a box at
the race track with the number
ef delegatea who have not ah
ready been tapped for the trip
to the geld coast. They knew
who they are and aan already
taste tha chlorine in the swim swimming
ming swimming peels. TheyVe more inter inter-estad
estad inter-estad in a fifth of beurben than
in Oavs Back's kind.
These delegates will be official
ly chosen right out in the open, on
tne floor of local meetings. And
those who choose to run against
tha official alate in all but a hand
ful of unions,' in New York, Chlc
go, Cincinnati and a lew western
cities, will know right swiftly what
it means to be in the opposition,
They wont have to take the floor.
it will come up to meet them
If what I'm told by those deep
inside is true, the entire question
of the Teamster grass roots aenu
ments is scademic. Even if there
were enough, delegates to revolt,
they'd have no candidates. Word is
that no one really wants the union
presidency not even Dave Beck
But he can't afford to get out. With
him it'a a matter of principal, not
principle.
"Beck must run to keep his com
plex financial empire afloat," one
fellow, who should know, told me
in Chicago. "His position aa head
of the Teamsters and custodian of
the mutti million dollar funds has
given him "ins" with bankers,
businessmen and others. He is
deeply in debt. He bss to keep his
rating up and, if he leavea the
Teamsters and is no longer in a
position to count on those who
count on retaining Teamster fund.,
be can suffer seriously.
"So aside from ego, sheer finan
cial necessity will keep him in
that headachy job.','
Of ceurse, all this arithmetic
end c anting ef Beck'a money
doesn't Include one fecter j-next
week'a Senate hearings. These
are expected te ruiarm three
daya te a week. San: John Me Me-Clallan
Clallan Me-Clallan has seme 1$ witnessee
lined up and has told friends that
Nate Shaffermen, tha wholesale
man. will be recalled.
These sessions wuT. pivot upon
Beck's relations with ipdustris lists.
Maybe he'll come out even too hot
for the rest of the Teamster high
command. But proribly not At
least tha evidence trf their sent!

ment Indicates they're expcting'rjch French mfflionarie groom .at

to It him re-crown himself peac-
luiiy
This evidence is hidden in the
Inner ssnctums where the "Hoffa
bloc" la trying to move one of their
owi people into second spot, The
first move is te get Beck to pro
mise te nse his constitutional pow
er to create the office of executive
vke president. The next In -step
will be to force the chief te agree
to make that second in command
Harold Gibbons of St Louis friead
compamoa and court intellect of
Jim Hoffa.
Then theyil be able to watch
Beck from inside the bouse.
wares cm ls

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MAN ABOUT OWN
Boston home-run tycoon Ted Wil
liams' big secret love is pretty
songstress Ilene Woods. Both dwell
at lslamorada m tne norma n.eys,
He takes her fishine off season,
Sh has a season box at the Bos
ton ballpark and over the visitor's
dugout at Yankee Stadium. She's
The One. .Harry Belafonte's at at-tractive
tractive at-tractive new bride (Julie Robin-
snni ii not half -Irish and half -Che
rokee as reported in various coly-
ums. She s a beauteous Jewess. .
Network executive Stewart B a r r-thelmess
thelmess r-thelmess and his wife' (Pamela
Rank) have made it permanent.
His new accelerator is Gloria Case,
socialite-model...The Sardi's show
folk aet heai that actress uaire
Bloom and her lawyer-beau have
let their love go hmp. "4" Vivian
Blaine and one of the Vanderbilt
clan may astonish society. .mi
Broadway chuKs say m a e a i r o
Charlie Barest will wed ior the
10th time. .Hugh (Wyan jsanu
n'Rrian haa found no peace in the
H'wooq heavens. Tells pais nis un un-hsppiness
hsppiness un-hsppiness comes from losing Chief
Justice warren s "jioneyoesr.
Denis Darcel, who was to mar marry
ry marry rich George Scrimshaw of Tex Texas,
as, Texas, has abdicated. She recently
soent two dara with his crowd in
the Bahamas and Had It. .Nancy
Oakes. the zillionairess, makes
those occasional bops to Manhat
tan from the Caribbean to rendei-
woo with a Broadway producer.
. .Edw. G. Robinson. Jr's see-in-
the-hole is a Hollywood middle-aged
wealthy woman. Her initials are
M. J. .Mrs. Mort Millmaa is ; in
Reno. .Janice Rule, whose emot emoting
ing emoting wa. .o. sultry In the stage
"Picnic," and her groom expect
the image and weekend. .Show
girl Fhylb. uorne oi ueui Are
Ringing" has Gene Kelly enchant enchanted
ed enchanted no end,, but she bss a fella she
worships. .Bobby Sherwood had
a big scare in a motor csr acci acci-rimt
rimt acci-rimt Smashed a hand badly. .
The next aggravation to bother
NBC's Tonight" program will be
the unions.
Tv Powar's eawife Linda Chris
tian won't let g of Marquis de
Portago, estranged (in a sophisti
cated way) from Carole McOan-
iels. a Southern beauty. Linda had
him meet her father in Holland.
. .Carmen Alvares of "Li'l Abner"
has a new Daddy-O. He is J a e k
Henderson of tr. delicatessen dy
nastyIt's a Bsby Boy for acti ess ess-model
model ess-model Elizabeth Threatt and her
Guatemala. -Broadwiyites sus
pect Al Morgsn's sext book ("Cast
of Cbsractera") was inspired by
Jose Ferre.-. He denies it, of
course, the wv he did about "The
Great Van" not. being a radio
star. Susaa Glassmsa wss the
lovely looker at the Composer two
midnights in a row with Dr. Joel
Briscoe, son of the Dublin Lord
Mayor. -.Eunie Haymes, former
mate of Bob Haymes (her second)
may wed a 3rd time. Intimates
think he is Howard Barnes of CBS
. .The author of an Incoming
play waa carried out by the men
with the butterfly Bets. J
Merffca Llpten, the Met matte.
U new rsperfd tilting mvele
wiflt Sammy ($wwg-and Sway)
Kaye.u(d "be "Mandela-sator-a
March"?. J-aVam Bak. 1
r, tHe rHrv--, end Oaerelfe
Stantoy Carter are maMmaney
. JiW Cry Kae larpe fMd
panting. Mer B mkara anaw
waa prwoWr A. Caf1dr. Jm Jm-any
any Jm-any Oertwy't eedt Ma Mm
wneW 1M Rm, rtrf paa Mia
new plattt, "l a re," le Ma
flrvt Mt In ew a ietede. .
Jeriw WaTrmVa may replace
fHe btotte we pH amee Hnea i
an the Me wn at ami B'
way. ,'XW grfwartla and Ar. I
tW Mtrrrav hf Awdray far. I
wa awbaeribe te Tbr-ae'e
CrewtT tWv. .Da
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Tropicana (Vegas) bosses. Clark
then lest 1 6,000 there et dine.
. .Neighborly, wot?
DolAclous Dovima, rated highest-
priced model (she's also In "i un
ny Face"), had it Mexicancelied.
He is travel agent Jack Golden.
.linger Elise Rhodes is warning
girl mends about a famed guy
she dated. Ssy. he s like a sav savage.
age. savage. .Add new duets: Robert
itary and Penny Ann Green of
the "Damn Yankee." en.emble. .
The property settlement in the
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7

Mew York
Sid Kornheiser) gives each one of
their two poodles. .Margaret O'
Brien's new interest is young Vic
Damian. .Dancer Kevin Carlisle
(in the new Phoenix Theater mu
sical, "Llvln' the Life") and danc
er Marilyn Cooper (of "Brig a-
uoon j commiuea merger yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, i Jstvan Rabovsky, the ballet
uancer, wno iiea irom tne: Keels
and then authored a book. "Lean
Through the Curtain," has a prob
lem wun me t jbi tor neglecting to
register ior ine urarc.
Topic "A" at Llndy's' last night
wss the way Edgar Eisenhower
criticized the President. One news-
man said was aownright stu stupid!".
pid!". stupid!". .Another observed: 'It's
proof everyone1 ifi a familjrcant
be brilliant".' .;z.EugeiMi McGrath,
rich husband of actress "Terry
Moore, won $28,000 .hooting dice
m vim me 1 otner a.m. . a
drunk alongside -won $8,000 and
next morning didn't remember
William Wrlglay,1 grandson ef
the chaengum fortune founder,
becomes e bridegroom June I
at Lake Geneva, Wis. The bride
will be Alleon Hunter. .These
nightly rose. In .Juliette Grace'e
undressing-roem are from Art
Ford. . Bandleader Maynard
Ferguson (and hie wife) 'and
photegraphera Paul and Karen
Redkal are Infanticlpatinf. . Ju Julie
lie Julie Wilson ganerously oonsted
her mink to "This Ceuld Be the
Night" end the hot kliegllght
bleached It several ; mutationa
lighters. Upping Hs Value?). .
Dean Martin's H year old Image
Craig won't, shave eff these
Presley sldeburna, much to the
consternation ef pater. etor
George Murphy, who haa often
lectured M. Murphy en ,j safe
driving, borrowed her car and
cracked it up. (Brutha did ahe
hellal). .when the lucky (M0
Daily Double winners (et Jamai
ea) went te eesh their tickets,
the tax men were at the win
dews, toe. Dent go pinning
madale en the chorinoo at the
Velaa Dunes. They dent wear a
nything to pin 'am en.
Kim Stanley's final decree arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Her current Male Animal is
handsome Alfred Ryder, the "Vol-
r" ,4ik; mmj 1 III in T
vmm" ..a lk. - T I
retnilo's son Lee wiU file for his
marital freedom. . Pamela Cur-
raqs torrid scene with Spencer
iracy in "iiest set." was deleted.
It was just too nawdee. .George
Wood and dollfaca Lois O'Brien
plotting an old-fashioned elepe-
ment7. .iuuy Hanson, prize -winning
reporter, becomes Mrs. Hal
Coldea on the 27th. He's an exee
at Gimbel'a. . Wm. Alan Bice
(en the same newspaper) merges
with Ruth Reynolds' baby Ruth Ruth-mary
mary Ruth-mary en the same date. Mamma
scrivens those 'What Happened to
Justice?." features. .Burleskutie
Joyce Angel shelved the g r i d s
and bumps to become a nurse ia
Ohio. Jeevee Gets 'Em AH: Phil
Silvers is reported exhausted.
larl Carroll ahew gel CeDotta
Praneis (she declined to bo Tom Tommy
my Tommy Manville:. 4th wife) is now aa
Arthur Murray tutor. .Katharine
Hepburrj end barrister Fred Sie Siege!
ge! Siege! -are dining out together gam
. .Elisabeth Dorrance (of that
soup family) and John Bartis, who
waa the lead ia Three penny O O-pers."
pers." O-pers." are make-a-guesa. .Ditto
Academy erinner Dorethy Mslone
and Donald MeKenny Shari
Lewie (she does the Satdee morn morning
ing morning show for tots over NBC here)
rot a secret divorce from Stanley
Lewis, ed nee. .Memo to News Newsweek:
week: Newsweek: Xae Vegas, Msreh II is
wrong. I'nieee thy oaed fictitious
aa which Veins irmi)i Mike
Tood's auccsa with "to Daya"
urn at the rifht time. Uncle
nltiskeri kas tlven him tea years
te psy hefty tax axreara.

9f

' WASHINGTON INSIDI THI
KlNU' fMLAC E Higgest sur
prise of the struggle over Joraan
uas been tne suinma of z-year
old lung Husein. -
Just one year aeo he was con-
siaered tno weake.. reed. u ue
lineup ot atsd moiiarcns. tie so
emuuiteu tne woinan-cnasing teen
niques of jung r aroun ot igyut
that hi. young wile went to uve
vviui wer iioiuy in Cairo, one oa.
not returned. . .Hi. mother,
uueen 'came, wa. reported to
toe real power behind the throne.
British Intelligence reported .he
wa. largely responsible tor pusu pusu-tug,
tug, pusu-tug, oul uritisu General Giubb,
tne man wno trained tne Aran ut
aion. xne joriusb also reported
mat she bad oeen .uDsidized to
uie tuue ui yJtM,uvu uy iuug aauu
and Col. Wasser In order to do it
Aing Hussems current backoone
attributed partly to nis British
education, partly to support trom
his cousin, King Faisal of Iraq,
partly support trom King Saua,
who ha. now begun to fear Russia
more than the British
' f Y W
Husein's father King Abdullah,
wa. .0 pro-west and so friendly to
Israel that ne wa. a.ia.imated.
He met twice-with Israel's for
eign Minister Golds Feir, who
crossed the border disguised as an
Arab woman to try to' arrange
peace Between tne Jews and A
rabs. i
Abdullah complained at their
last meeting that he wa. a virtual
prisoner; shortly thereafter was
Juiiea.1
i
INSIDE -JORDAN. The 0 1 d
City of Jerusalem, scene of Arab
intrigue, looks as peaceful on the
surfac as th poplar trees which
ime it. ancient wails.
But behind those walls Dtce A
rab guards. Machineeuna neer out
irom suis in ine waus, sanooags
snieia iitue groups ox Arab s o 1-
diers all just a stone', throw
from the Holy Sepulchre where He
i. Duneq wno preached ''peace on
earth, good will to men.", .The
noiy places of Jerusalem are all
in the Old City under Arab rule,
including, most of the Christian
cnurcnes. y
tuteea miles to the aouth is
Bethlehem, where Christ w hnrn
uxewise in Jordan. Tourists and
religious pilgrims used to stream
oacx and forth between Old and
in ew Jerusalem, through Ihe Man
aemaum uate. Now the gate i.
guarded night and day. Only dip diplomat,
lomat, diplomat, or those with special visas'
canpassj Amman, capital of
iwuuu, nag oecome a thriving ci
ur. vi w,vw iimoH noun art
icsuu ox uo, refugees fleeing from
In the TAStt rirda uw. ,..
... uu, aawn UW,
have replaced donkeys and cam camels,
els, camels, given it a traffic problem. .
A. in most of the Near East.- wa.
Oa J -Jl A W .
ia woai joraan needs most.
It, a greater problem in Jordan
than in Syria. Lebanon, at Tartai
Jordan would be one of the chief
beneficiaries of th Jnrrian v.n.
irrigation project proposed ty ape-!
ciai AmDassaaor trie Johnston.
but he wa. never able to persuade
may n me Aran aiatea ta rn a.
head with hi. plan, ; ;
-INSIDE EGYPT. Thara'a At.
inite evidence that Nasser save
ma cniei miip 10 tne Jordanian re
volt after conferring with Soviet
amDassador Eveuenv D. KieWv
In Cairo. . .At first Nasser wa.
caught off balance by Una Hua.
sein's tough tacUc. against Com
munism. But after contemng with
the Russian Ambassador, Nasser
got busy. Egyptian agent. inside
Jordan went ahead full force.
.It will bo a lona time before
the USA lives down the 1953 error
whea John Foster Dulle. deliver
ed, the pearl-handled revolver to
president nsguib as a eift from
President Eisenhower. Token of
force, the Egyptians have used

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force. . .Senators have been qui.
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near Eastern policy from the re.
volver to Dulles', nagging at 'the
British in 1953-54 to get out of
Suez. They finally bowed,1, left
without any agreement from E
gypt. .'.Another error: Dulles's
constant urging of an Asw$nvPam
loan on. Nasser at a time when he
was getting arms in tremendous
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W MATS WVe t
" It. main theme is to incite ra.'
volt against the West. Nasser.
of course, controls Cairn It ariin
Hero, are some excerpts from re
cent broadcasts: t
"I will not hesitate, mv' WtK
ren in Tunisia, Morocco, and Alge Algeria,
ria, Algeria, to share with' you my d a i J y
bread in order that you can be lw
berated from France and imperial imperial-o.
o. imperial-o. Egypt, Syria, and Saudi Ara Arabia.
bia. Arabia. Which helDed Jnrrtan finnnniiir.
ly so she could be liberated, will -not
hesitate, nor will any of the
Arabs hesitate to assist Tunisia,
Morocco, and Algeria and any ..A
i m ii i ii 1 1 it i r v nininii i .an... ,M
iAAf alAMrv ltA i .
.""" w uuacuurae oi iree-
1nm v l
Anvil C (IT ... -J l(
always repeat to my Omani breth
en: "Seek death and life will bo
bestowed upon you.' You will tri triumph
umph triumph -over your enemy, God will willing."
ing." willing."
(April 10) "It is Wd.1 bnnvn
that the United State, give. the
Arabs financial and military aid
without askinc the Arabs to a ra.
linquish their rights in Palestine
or in the Gulf of Aqaba. Some Some-times
times Some-times the United States assists
the Arab against Israel. That
means that the Arabs derive ad advantage
vantage advantage from this coooeration and
preserve their neutrality in inde
Ttaani An Aaa M
ivuuviJVVi .....
(April IS). ."0 dear' brethren,
as you know national rights ran.
not be obtained exceDt throueh
atruggle, unity, eoopeiation,- and
sacrifice. The time has come to
revive the noble traditioria : and
show the world that vou' are wnr.
thy of high ideals, the' aim of all
natiouJiThe;nemy .with it's kg-'
gressivtf and imperialist Vans 3.
weavingthe plots: Be aware of the
enemy', 'plot.. They are poison.
Beware of your enemv In eVerr
step it takes: Do not abandort your
national cause, which the Almigh
ty has made your responsiblity."
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KEEPING AWAY FROM DRINK They brew-it strong In ....
South Viet Nam. -This mountain tribesman draws his nip from
the bottom of an earthen Jar of fermenting wine with a long.
bamboo reed. Called Tuou can," the beverage bubbles ;.
'fiercely thai it's not practical to imbibe at closer range and,1
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sively Yours:"' Medics have order ordered
ed ordered a month's "rest fof June Ally-

vann.. ftm weakened from her siege

cl bronchial oneumoma. Not s to

mention her sieee of emotions dur-

ing the separation from' Dick Pow

ell and then tneirreconcuiauun

' "Most important thing for a star
1 let," jays "Bill Cord, -is to'No'

her way around Hoiiywooa

"' Red1 Buttons.; movie acting' now

with Marlon Brando in "Sayona-

rs," would like, another try at a
home screen show. But he's quick
to admit about his TV career!
f'l was a one -.year smash and
then a flop, but it makes a. man of

WITH ALL THE TO DO a:

Hollywood's "Wrong Door Raid,"

isn't ttJ about time to. remember
that one of Marilyn Monroe's first;

starring ', films 7 was titled ''Don't!
to go t strictly dramatic. and cut
H eut the comedy ; capers when; she
' returns to Hollywood, J t r her,

dwS)

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illywood sit r

'voadwiV. run Jri..7Th Ben

iiV' J Ringiptf.',' One project 4 J w-d 'a.

; rele in a movie beted on the trasic

: .Wf eljUurstte .Taylor,,; f

Rita, Moreno is brushing ,o f f

dates. with Elvis Presley as "not a
romance.';' But dating -Elvis.;,, is
something new "for Rita, Vho told
me at a CBS Climax .rehearsal -;of

"Strange sanctuary-:; $ s .- n--
n r&vtf Mil litt:

trrxrrsrufiTi i ws

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-'Ifs frightening." .We went-to the
. Moulin Rouge one night and half
the people .there mobbed him' .tor
. autographs.) X was s c r e d I to
deau..,-.vr,:y.-,-:
fThe Gerri Bogdanvich who plays
the hit; role of nurse in "The Helen
Morgap Story" could buy. Warner
Bros.: Site's -' th. multimillionaire

heiress to the Star Kirt Tuna for-j

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Supreme Court Rule f Against
Banning Of Ex-Red Lawyers

WASJUWUXUN. May 7 turj

The. Supreme Court ruled today

that lawyers may not be forbidden
to practice' before -state courts be because
cause because they are former Commu

nists or refuse to say if they are

party members,

xne triDunai nanaea -aawn iwo

opinions affecting the ."good moral

character" qualification that most
states require for the licensing of

attorneys. .. : .
In one case, the court ruled 8

to 0 that Rudolph Schware of Al-

buaueraue should be permitted to

tae the New Mexico bar. examina

tion despite a record of Commu

nist membership, uses .of aliases

and arrests

he advocated -violent overthrow of

the government, i

' Justice ; Hugo ; L." Black,',: who

wrote the majority opinion in both
cases, held in Koningsberg's 'case
that a bar. composed of lawyers
of good character is a worthy ob objective,
jective, objective, but it is unnecessary to
sacrifice vital freedoms in 'order
to obtain that goal'
Justices Felix Frankfurter, John
M. Harlan and Tom C. Clark dis dissented
sented dissented on grounds the high court
lacked jurisdiction and was as assuming
suming assuming the, function : of "a super
state court of anneals."

In the Schware case, the court

found that the state s refusal to

In the other case,: the court split let him take: the bar examination

5 to 3 in upholding the right ot

Raphael Koningsberg of Los .An

geles to practice i in cautorma

even i though hf refused to say

whether be was ; a ; communist;
Both Schware and Koningsberg
failed in the opinion of state bar

examiners to V meet the ; require

ments oi gooa "moral cnaracier,
Koningsberg. a. former r social

wotvwr, denied when; questioned
. . 1 M.l'f 1 I A L.

was a denial of "due process of
law" guaranteed by : the 14th

Amendment to the Constitution,
-justice Charles E. Whittaker did
not take part in either ease.
.The court also ruled,1 5 "to 4,
that the National- Labor Relations

Board may tot refuse jurisdiction
in unfair labor practices charges

brought against labor unions oy

by the California examiners that their own employes, r

South looked 'complacently at
dummy. Assuming that spades
and clubs would each break
three-two his 10 tricks appeared
to be in plain sight. If the' black
suits failed to break he would be
set, but nothing could be done
about that and he wasn't vul vulnerable
nerable vulnerable anyway. t.
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South trumped the second dia diamond
mond diamond lead and played three
rounds of trumps. The ace-king
and a low club tame next and
when that suit broke properly
everything appeared beautiful In
this best of all possible worlds.
Then trouble reared its ugly
head. East played a third 'dia 'diamond
mond 'diamond and South had to ue his

Noah. Beerv'a wnnderiir ., nut last trumo to ruff it. JHlS two

loud if a Log Angeles TV station clubs were good but when he led
ha thft richi in shnw Waiiac rfp. s heart to dummy East had dis-

ry's oldfilms under the title spf : carded down to the ace of hearts

VWallaee Beery Theater."

'.nnurintf fhA film ia. ma thinly

but using his name for the show

aoesn't ceem right," says Noah,
nephew of the late. star.

and a diamond and South never

made his tenth- trick.' ; v
South felt that he 'should have
made the hand and lie was right.
! South had been guilty of one
of the Principal bridge crimes.

An out-of-season corn patch for IpulUntr trumps before he could

Walt Disney's movie, "Old Yeller," afford it.. Any number of lines of
cost him $5,000. Five thousand corn play would have made the- hand
talks were planted in hothouse, had South cleared the clubs and
then petted and .transplanted -for established, a heart trick before

the film. Walt's callinr 'emt
'The -beste'ars yi ray life.

-t'Y.

i THS rWITNETt Hearwhat hap-

he used up dummy's trumps.,

"a atrnnlA linn '-after rnfflnir ine

diamond at trick two would be
to play .the clubs, West would

pened to the feUow who went -to a win the third'lead, and iplay
three-hour,; -wide screen movie diamond: -South woud. trump; and

wearing suit sxarcne. eouar7 . & ia i

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This is-Hollywood. Irs." Jones:

I Jonathan Winters tays be opened

tne inevitaDie lortune cookie n a
Hollywood Chinese restaurant. .The
message readr '"Disregard first

cookie: Letter follows.' ;

Anyone want to lose : 10 pounds
quickly? 1 7
. Just stand 'next to Jackie GleV GleV-son.
son. GleV-son. Art Carney, -the most fa moos
man-in-a-sewer," hopped to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood to star in .-"Charlie' Aunt"
on Playhouse 90 and everyone
meeting him for the first time says
"But I thought you were, much
thinner."
"That's becaose Gleason. 1s-; so
big,' laughs Art.""I immediately
lose 10 pounds- every time' we're
together."-' ,v.

ART IS UNDECIDED about his
future now that his contract with
Gleason ends in June, t But two

things are for lure, be told me.

iwxnere are no nara teeungs

because we've never bad a fight

or a cross wora. ..
2 "I don't want to 'star in' J 1
Weekly comedy -show of my own

I'd like -to show my yewatibty

but; not wear mysel; out.

:fEast woulwfif'flJit tock,buf

would be helpless because South

would be Die :to irump a iounn
diamond lead in,dummy and
draw- fast's three trumps.-; ;

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TUESDAY, MAY T, 1957

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General montague mix give luncheon w
fOR members of the national war college

' Lt. Gen. Robert Montague, Commander In Chief Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command, will five a luncheon at his Quarters tomor.
row for members of the National War College visiting the
Cecal Zone.

Sflrs. Bivin Honored
Surprise
eby Shower
Mrs. Kenneth L. Bivin of Diablo
Heights was honored last night at
surprise baby shower held in the
J fern Room .of the Tivoli Guest
louse. CoAostesess were, Mrs.
Frank J. Harrington and Mrs. Fred
.JM. Weadeboth of Diablo Heights.
: !The refreshment table was beau-
, .tifully decorated with a DaDy aoii
An b hnuisnptte ii i centerpiece
nH small bahv strollers with in-
.' fant nrrunant stretching out from
; the main motif by means of flor-l

al baby breatn patterns.
'vJ&ifts for the guest of honor
were distributed for display from
baby crib presided over by Mrs.
: Connie Gerrans. In addition to
- i Mrs. Gerrans and Mrs. Bivin ap-
. ( proximately 40 pilots' wives at at-tended
tended at-tended the affair.

i Founder's Day
J Celobreted
, By Bet Chapter
: .Marion Green was hostess for
' the Beta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority on Founder's Day, April
' -30. Kay Klontz, president of Beta
Chapter, gave a speech on "Foun-
der's Day." Jean Coffey, chair chair-man
man chair-man of the Girl of the Year
iPance gave her report.
Reservations will be taken by
Kay Kloiitx phone 3-1202 for Mar-(
,'gariU, Boots Mitchell phone 5-118.
Alice McGann phone 36-8578, Mic Mickey
key Mickey Moore phone 37-88-8735.
At the close of the business

v meeting Alice McGann gave the
Cultural talk for the evening titled
' "'The Art of Living" quote from
George Bernard Shaw ;"Life is no
1 "brief candle to me, it is some
sort of splendid torch which I
have gotten hold of for tbe mo mo-.
. mo-. .ment and I Want to make it burn
' s brightly as possible before
ianding it on to tbe future gen gen-.;
.; gen-.; jerations." ;
' t Alice's speech was greatly en en-;
; en-; joyed by all those present.
'.a The next meeting will be held
" at the home of Mickey M oote,
' with Kay Klontz and Leneve

Stroop. as hostess. The Cultural
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nio. Wai-nio. Pat Bailey donated the white
elephant and Alice McGann won
the lovely prize.
Those attending the meeting
were: Marion Green, Anna May
Butcher, Leneve Stroop, Jean
Coiley, Mickey Moore, Dons Les Lesser,
ser, Lesser, Kay Klontz, Boots Mitchell,
Alice McGann, Kelly Wainio, and
guest Marge Palmer.
About Saad Temple
Plans Busy Month
Tbe officers of Abou Sad Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, AAONMS, will have a busy
month during May, according to
the present schedule. On May 6
the pre-ceremonial business meet meeting
ing meeting was held and on May 9 the of officers
ficers officers fly to Puerto Rico to hold
a ceremonial there for the Puerto
Rican branch of the Temple. On
May 18 the local ceremonial of the
Temple will be held at Ancon..
A special plane has been char chartered
tered chartered for the flight to San Juan,
Puerto Rico, on May B, leaving To To-cumen
cumen To-cumen at 5 p.m. Approximately 50
Shriners and wives will make up
the party. They will return from
this pilgrimage on Sunday, May 12.
The local ceremony on May 13
will be conducted in the afternoon
at the Ancon Masonic Temple.
Here the candidates will be ini
tiated into the mysteries of Shrlne-
dom and make their journey a
cross hot sands. Beginning at 8:30
p.m., Shriners and their ladies,
will enjoy cocktails, a buffet, and
danclne at the Amador Officers'
Club. All visiting Shriners are in
vited to attend this function,
which is by reservation only. Ail
requests should be addressed to
Mr. G. Fullmar.. Recorder, Box
3668, Balboa accompanied by a
check for $1,50 for each reserva reservation.
tion. reservation. As it is anticipated that at
tendance will be very large at this
function, reservations snouid oe
sent in early. ii
Walter F. Reif, Potentate of A A-bou
bou A-bou Saad Temple, has also an announced
nounced announced a dance on June 11 at the
Fort Davis Officers' C 1 u b for
Shriners and their Masonic friends.
....
WANT
dfo Witt.
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Uwm 9.00 -J 10 mttf

National President
Of VFW Auxiliary
Arrives ,. v.
Mr. Pat Y. Kv eton national
president of the V.F.W. Auxiliary
arrived last night accompanied by
Mrs. Russel A. uuryea.
They will be feted tonight at a
no-host dinner at the Sky-Chef.
Announce Birth Of Son
Lt. And Mrs4 Fred Lee
Lt. and Mrs. Fred H. Lee, Jr.
announced the birth of a son, Dan Dan-t.i
t.i Dan-t.i umn mi Mnv 2 at Fort Mon-
mn(h n'aw .lersev. Maternal
or. irtnurpnts are Mr. and Mrs.,
Ma R. Hart of Balboa and P-
u.nai omnrtnarents are Mr." and
Mr. Fred H. Lee also of Balboa
Mr mri Mrs Hart are leaving
Mr the States the end of IhU
month and will visit with their
Hi,ohtpr.ori-in laWi and new
grandson before their
for Germany where Lt,
be stationed.
departure
Lee will
Lee Wlnstead v
Celebrates .,'..'-...
C'ttfJay
Lee Winstead. daughter of Dr.
nrrc Maurice B.. Winstead of
Ancon. celebrated her eighth
birthday on Saturday with a skat skating
ing skating party at the Balboa Roller Roller-drome.
drome. Roller-drome. Lee's guests were: Mary
Gaye Bolton, Virginia and Charles
Peterson, Carla Stadler, Mauna
Bruce, Lianne Gerhardt, J a m e s
Wiley and Richard Winstead.
After the skating party the
srnnn returned to the Winstead
home for the traditional birthday
cak and ice cream.
Cultural Group
Of IAWC Will Make
Local Teur 1
The Cultural Group of the Inter-
American Women's Club will take
a trin to the top of Ancon Hill
and visit Miraflores Locks Friday
May 17.
Those wishing to attend ar ask
ed to call the IAWC office at the
Tivoli Guest House 2-3465 or ana ana-ma
ma ana-ma 2-0518.
The group will meet at the Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Guest House at 9 o'clock on
the morning of the tour.
US Matador Guided
Missiles Slated
To Defend Formosa
TAIPEI, May T (UP) The U.
S. Embassy announced today the
American' Air Force will station
Matador cuided missiles on For
mosa. Tbe missiles are capable of
cairying atomic warheads,
A joint statement by the United
States and Nationalist China said
"this action is taken wholly for
defensive purposes of deterring and
if necessary repelling attack."
Tbe statement made It clear the
Matador unit of the U.S. Air Force
is not here now. There was no in indication
dication indication when it. will arrive.
The Metedort operate et e
speed of more then 450 miles an
hour and have e range of eever
el hundred miles. enough te
reach the Chinese mainland -cross
the Streit of Formosa.
The joint statement said the U U-nited
nited U-nited States and Nationalist China
agreed to the stationing of Mata Mata-dores
dores Mata-dores on Formosa because of the
continued Chinese Communist mil military
itary military buildup on the mainland op opposite
posite opposite Formosa. '.
The missiles will not be given
to tbe Chinese Nationalists but
will be handled by U.S. Ah Force
personnel. There was no indication
if nuclear, warheads were being
sent here with the Matadors.
V.'
jfuj. .ilia, in

tec eelice for Inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
type-writlee form and mailed ee
the boa number listed daily i 'So 'Social
cial 'Social end Otherwise," er delivered
ev hand to the office. Notices of
nettings cannot be accepted by
relephc
Historical Society ,
Meets Tonight
In BHS Library '- -i
The May meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Historical Society will be
held in tbe Library1 of the Balboa
High School at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Two topics will come up for dis discussion.
cussion. discussion. The first, customs and
twKts will h hv CreAe.
fS&..ln?-Hw, h? TviL- h J
Calhoun and William Taylor: the
second. Canal Zone stamos, by
Judge E.I.P. Tatelman, flection of
officers for the coming year, win
be held. All meetings of the Socie
ty -are open to the public,
Card Group
Of Balboa Woman's Club
Meets Thursday
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club will bold their next
regular meeting on Thursday aft
ernoon at 12:30 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Helen Adler 11 52nd
Street. Campo Alegre. Panama Ci
ty. Cohostesses for the affair are
Mrs. Adler and Mrs. Emily Bpl-
ton.
This will be the first meeting of
the group in the new club year in
stead of the last, as reported in er error..
ror.. error.. ; '".
For reservations call Mrs. Ad Adler
ler Adler at Panama 5-4890 or Mrs. Bol Bolton
ton Bolton at Balboa 2982. Coffee and de desert
sert desert will be served and card play playing
ing playing will include bridge and canas canasta.
ta. canasta. American Women
Are Learning
Color Know-How
NEW YORK, May 7 (UP) The
American woman is becoming an
artist in use or color in the home,
says James Seeman, a designer of
waupaper murais.
"She's learned the value of an
accent," said Seeman. "We've
learned to accept rooms with a
spot of red rather than a whole
red room; a dash of bright or orange
ange orange instead of an orange wall.
This, said the- designer, is one
of the most encouraging trends in
modern home decoration, and an
indication that American taste is
developing artistically,
Seeman said his industry has
been particularly aware of the
trend. Wallpaper mural designers
concentrate on scenie patterns
which leave large areas of space
open, to offset the pattern, and
provide rest areas for the eye.
"This color and spot decoration
method 'also helps the homemaker
plan her decorating scheme," he
said.
For' example, if there are rich
red flowers scattered on the wal
paper or in draperies, tbe home-
maker knows she can and should
use some red in the room, in throw
pillows a lampshade or a chair, to
pick up the accent.
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Remaining Youns
Is An Inside Job :

The "woman Who tries to stav!
young Dy spenaing nail tier ute
in beauty salons and reducing
parlors and shopping for clothes
Is Just wasting her time.
But there are ways for a wom woman
an woman to stay young, if she works
- '.. . ... ..."
from the Inside Instead of
outside. 1
the
She
she
stays
young
as long as
- wierani atuiuae IO-
rds the peculiarities of other
people. Instead of belna- outrae-
I ed by anyone whose ideas, hab
its and opinions are different
from her own.
Isn't afraid to try
something
new of challenging. The minute
she starts telling herself, "I
couldn't possibly do that," she
is letting herself grow-old.
Is willing to, let younger peo people
ple people find things out for them themselves,
selves, themselves, Instead of being too free
with advice. :
Wilson Creole Cots
Letter Of Appreciation
Dedication of Building 6071 in
Rainbow City at a meeting place.
for the troops of the International
Boy Scouts highlighted this week's
cetebration ol uie tenth anniversa
ry of the organization of the Inter
national- Boy Scouts in the Canal
Zone.
The entire week will be observ-
ea oy ue mternauonui noy ocuuis
as boy scout week.
The celebration began Sunday
movning witii the attendance of
several hundred boy and adult
members iOf the International Boy
Scouts at ; religious services in
their respective churches. t
The dedication of the Rainbow
City building followed at, 2: 30 p.nt
Following the'formal transfer of
1L LlJU.itll.. ......U
the building' to Nthe local council,'
by Wilson H vrook, Director ol
tht.SuDDly.and
Kmpioye service
Rnroan and its apeentance hv
council president Ellis L. Fawcett,
fa letter of appreciation was read
Following, the dedication ceremo
ny, International Boy bcout troops
marched in review in Crook's hon
or Nearly 300 boys and leaders
from both; aides of the Isthmus
too cart in tne review.
William Jump,, council coordi
nator was the chairman for the
program, and the Rev. John f
King, conducted tbe dedication cer
emony. District commissioners
Pearl E. Ford and Everald Walk-
re and neighborhood commissioner
Verneel A. Latng sr., were in
chart e of the. troops on the field,
The letter which was presented
w Crook follows:
ear Mr. Crook:,
The International Boy Scouts of
the Canal Zone take pleasure in
honor you today for the kind and
sincere interest you nave always
ehown in our organization. V :
We can never lorget tne many
favors you have so thoughfully ren
dered us, and the growth and de development
velopment development of our movement have
FASTEST KK0VII
SKIM RELIEF
Sanaa Uoeol now treaoeloso
Cntieura Modieated Liqnid
tope akia diacomf art
iiutenuy opeoao ro ro-itt
itt ro-itt of eitoraolly
id eiasolea.
rashes, moaqvite I
bitae, fiwh aunbun, I
athleto's toot Buy! J
CUTICURA
aa. Jl.. J It IJ 1

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clud cnncircnG

KEESCEll,

If ABOI
NUIVO!

ICALIOAD
SIN COMFARACIOM!

e

Keeps broadening her inter interests
ests interests Instead of narrowing them

Is genuinely interested in
meeting new people and hear hearing
ing hearing new, ideas. -
Refuses to let her life follow
a set pattern this on Monday.
that on Tuesday, etc., on through
; the weeks, months and years.
REMEMBERS. SHE'S
IMPERFECT
i Doesn't dwell on gloomy, sac
and discouraging topics but pre
fers happier talk.
. .Makes friends-with young peo people
ple people and tries to understand
them, always being willing to try
to see their point of view.
: Never, forgets that she lsnt
perfect herself and that in her
lifetime she has made many
mistakes.
' Is always looking forward to
tomorrow, instead of v dreading
wnat tomorrow mignt bring.
been due in large measure to your
I instated and unfailing support.
The Panama Canal Comoanv-
Goverment has in you a very earn
est and conscientious employe and
one who has never failed to treat
your fellow human beings with
courtesy, respect and. tinderstand-
in. We are oroud. sir. of vour ac-
Icomplishments and you mav rest
assured that the -International Bov
Scouts of the Canal Zone will alt
ways think of you' a one of their
uciruesi mem.. -.
'::.J t'
we are conscious or ine : I a c t
that no tribute of ours can ever
give a picture of how' we 14 you
nave served our organization; or
how4 much you, have done to make
it wJiatuBti today.'
f -...-: -s r';t -life; i fry-t
goo bless you and- is-our family
and may He grant you many years
m wnicn ro continue your unselfish
service -10 numamiy.-. .. ,j
tj. i vA thnt the only men
who could solve the world's prop-,
lm ore too busy whittling.
hv'
ill
i
entertaining for everyonel
The GUTTENBERGS
For The Last Timti
TONICHT IN THE ..
BELLA VISTA ROOM
.. 10 P.M. . -i
No eorer ne minlmnm.
enema-

r

ne

Arowlihoeeemadr eenterpieee
-r. neoe ireen a anew :
ef earrfaun, breoeh. cereeae
'T r'

Planntna- a" stirnrisf for Momitle rtft1n .V n'iia!'w Iaji

be : breakfast In bed. dinner by
tne ramiiy. a simple silt or: two.
or corsage 7
Shell love any of them. but
most of all she'll love the com compliment'
pliment' compliment' that you wanted to do
something; extra special for .her.
As a mother who has ... been
surprised on
several occasions
I'll give you a tip. Don't plan
a treat that's too elaborate for
your- ability or your budget.
If you plan breakfast in bed
for her .allow enough time to
cook, serve and clean up the
kitchen before' the family leaves
for church. ?'. .v '!; c'
Better to plan an easy dinner
of foodj fresh,' froien or can-
nea) tnat you know you can
handle than to dissolve.'! fa to
Hears at the last minute over a
I recipe: that -refuses to come out
rignt." s
INEXPENSIVE-Om bought
witn money you ye saved 'can be
presented -.with- ingenuity to
afnuse-sand delleht -a -nroud
mother.'! A ialented New, York
designer gave me. this. Idea, for
a centerpiece which present lit-
Lifelong Ambition
Fulfilled, Former
Bricklayer Refurns
CHICAGO (UP)-Ragnar fien fien-sbn,
sbn, fien-sbn, wealthy Chicago contractor.
returned to his desk today, fresh
irom a tnree-week Swedish bouday
with -W friends and relatives.
A chartered airliner bearing
Benson and his party' arrived at
Midway, Airport Sunday, ending
an 8,000 mile round-trip, flight to
vviuvh iiaufv owcucu.
r It was the fulfillment of a dream
that. Benson kept alive ever since
he was a $5-a-week bricklayer's
apprentice to pay thanks to his
homeland to those who helped him
in his climb to the presidency of
an 80-milbon-dollar a year con con-construction
construction con-construction firm.' t
Benson was happy to be home
and, with' a "priceless" silver silver-inlaid
inlaid silver-inlaid walking stick, led the cheer cheerful
ful cheerful .group in a rousing rendition of
the "Star. Spangled Banner" as
the sun shone brightly on the Mid
way airstrip.
Benson and bis traveling com
panions then bowed their heads in
prater of Thanksgiving for their
sue rciurn oome. jcu uy mm ict
. A I 1 J W .1 T.
Theodore Palmer c of St. Paul's
Lutheran Church.
Benson footed all the bills for
the trip, which he figured cost him
about $50,000. But he ahrugged it
on tor be baa been repaid oy a
reunion with his brothers and sis
ter, an audience with Swedish
King Gustaf Adolf VI, and gift
from his family of his father's
silver-inlaid walking stick.
I '.'It was the most wonderful trip
a man could dream of, Bensoa
said. "It was a lifelong ambition
fulfilled." .,

low

cost

1 .xitjy

0

5 tjnr

0

.3 n

m m i

wrpndc ;

'. '3WS'".'J;v;-Vt'
IvMfc. hi I
it easy enough for-, younger
oromer ana sters to neip make.
n s a snoe oox aecorateo -ana
"dressed up" in the, finery you're
giving. Flowered gift a paper
wrapped around part of the box
makes the dress;
A' four-inch strip" of pflik pa
per taped around the ton creates
i the head. The face can be waint-
ed on. Short strips of ribbon er
yarn .taped to the top make her
coiffure. And an eight-Inch cir circle
cle circle of colored cardboard,, deco decorated
rated decorated with ribbon bowa, provw
ides a splashy hat.
Rg A L t EARRINGS can?- b
Sinned or' taped in t place A
rooch can be attached to the
collar if the dress in the same
way. A hanky or scarf mighty be
muK-eu .ijiuj paper uucaeb.,
The- arms.- 'which are card
board covered with flowered oa
per, could dangle a. bracelet or
wave a gay little corsage. Use
cellophane to hold arms to box
and. gift on $he arms. .w
, Other gifts, such" as v slippers
or-togarieiscah.be hidden in.he
box arj-a.ftoaV surpjrle,.;.
Needbtspfp?
V'
The Jaieet of t different, (arde
treth vecetablee ere blended intm
0iia famous drink. You'll love its
ttvaty Savor, and thrive oa ire vite
ania-packed good ;
Beo. At mealtime
V-S jfre yon the
refrcibraent yon 1
ereot. aad tbe aoor-.
yon
I
I
I
I
reef newt I Witn
- aew Starlae motberfl
'; eworywner can now
' afford all the milk
their feauly. needs..'
Starlac is freeh-taat-"
ir.K. noa-fat Bail .
fuU ol the inuMfUmt
I
l'
s
D
milk noarUhment ea-,
ejtuJ for yoed healtK.
Start on Sttxiae today!

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TTTjyJAir; T, 1957

TE3 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT BAFJLX NEWSPAPER
PAaa rm
Answer torurPjmtj
Imperial Wizard Avers Ku Klux Klan
IJov fighting Desegregation Morally
Screen Star,
4-','
ACIOSJ 4T Weight of
W ' Indie-
.

m&vie

I J Driving

vetch", tr ''' lIi

World

S3 Changes

:2!S2L- ", M Bitter vtcb

-: &ne i et i.M.ta-

it Abstract being

command DOWN jo Nullify i 4 Consolation- j

B&rEr "Ear rfSfc. :

14Strgant, '"E univmnianaod J Farm building

(Oil.) ,m7L. .LW 4Alt.llal.rivM

IM' '. II Tatter 26 Each (ab.). 4t Consumes
II Gaelic ' I i" .u at Tramp (slang) 44 TooU pert

SO Butterflies v -, pgJm ,45 Compass point

num. i.' ).. .- r

ovieni. .iii rrn

a color

34RlN4ee It

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' ISIBrtMfPTMA
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: J$fitMf made

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WASHTNftTO'M f UPY A new

jnin whixh .iha iMV tftlfhd

' last Ur r .. thouand of re-

cnuta nai provea mors mm u
- per cent effective in preventing

certain, types ot severe respira respira-torial
torial respira-torial infections,. : . :.
-If a jot. drug eompauies have stl stl-ready
ready stl-ready ibeiur. producing the vac vac-oin
oin vac-oin in.iiisntitv far the Armt. Of-

tieiak believe .it will save the

armed services millions o dollars
iear Tiff loit ma and medical
care4'K :;.-V;$vv
Vcln;. d not t prevent
tbrscotaroon cold. It is effective
gainst three types '(strains 3,- 4
and I) of the so-called adeno vir,-
t Thesi viruses," which tciflttists
BetBtlar iav bgua to isolate
n4( clfy. are. responsible for
, man -of the' more severe upper
- refjiratorial infections, which are

..",nCrA."iJ: :v" .k,nrit .r... moat

i ejv v mi va. Wbui

' ld,r virus pneumonia, catarrhal

. fever, or itnroat y ana .jnnamea
trinii f, : 4'ind 7.' against which
the; new vaccine protects, are
called h the ."military tratns'' 9t
adeno wiruset beoause ; ; they are
particularly prevalent among
Awny,-tyy, AirfForpe and'Ma-

rine recruiis. ine array meQicai
Mrp h estimates : that; eight," re re-erult
erult re-erult out ef 10 come down with

Mt ef tie inzecuona u wmi urn
shn-Ug B,lrie training. About two

ut of r 19. BaTt w Pt Bwpaei Bwpaei-iied,
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Supcjrblivc Record
Broken By Twelllh
Msnvillo Marriage

"NEW YORK : (UP) Tommy
Monuill. want thrntteH his 12th

wedding ceremony Sunday, set

ting superlative records is more
wayr than one-perhaps because

the bride is lrom xexas. :

.The new member of the Man-

ville matrimonial aynasty, -iooi
Klnn4a hnweii'l Pat fiaston. 2S. is

reputedly Maiville's TALLEST to

tf h ; FASTEST J cere

mony 'of, all my;,mirlagesj';iic-

cording to nanviue. uenerai ac ac-.iuHps
.iuHps ac-.iuHps Mitchell D. Schweit

zer skimmed through the "obey"-

less ceremony tn-, just unaer. one
minute..--?; .v- '"
- "This marriago' will. lart ;the
i nKr.vST" '. also. accordini to

America'a . public bridegroom,

;, Th ceremony ; proved blonde

.

The .marriage, probably won't

set the record: for Manvillrs

SHORTEST, i however. Jn.; 1J43,

blonde .showgirl Sunny Amiwortn
announced plans .for a divorce

from the.- 'asbestos heir seven

hours' and 43 minutes after the

ceremony. , .
Vhm fi1.vrj! Tnltllnnalra laid

hia uaalcnsi for blonde lhawEirll

was so great that he divorced a

secretary ne inaavarienuy r war

ned m 1925 "just oecause sne- was
not a blonde ihowgirl.!s
It was Mist Gaston's first mar marriage.
riage. marriage. ManvilJe has said f ""I 'do"
10 timn int omintinff rabearaall.

but to only 10 women. Two of hit

mates served two terms, r

44? Iccx, Fcnama Utj
' 1090 Kcj., Colon
telephones: 1-3066 Panama
1 1963 Colon

PRESENTS

. 4 X

- Today, Tuesday, May 7
PJ.
:00Fealure Review
4: jo What'a Your ravorlte (r

-quests takeo by phona

r: tm s:oo)
-I:S0 -Newa 1

,1:55 What'a Tour F ? e 1 1

(convai
roaAUen Jackson (News) 1

6;lBLUE RIBBON SPORTS

review (Pabat Beer)

6::0 On sta ft A mi s 1 a

7:00 Interlude For Music .'.
7;lHOW CHRISTIAN ,1CI'
. ENCE HEAU3 .. u
7:iovoa Report From UJS.
:00World Of Jaza
e.-io Life with The Lyom

J:00you Asked For 4fc (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phopt

r r jtm 7:au) i '
lfl:SO-Muslo From Kotal Si FAB

' v ims ,i i ; i i c i

J0;45 Tempi Of Dreama
11 ;00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00 sien orr. ( 1

1
.

WOP WAY KfXT?-Franea
E. WUka, career diplomat, his
feea' nomioated by President
EueAbover.to p the, pew arn arn-beJMder
beJMder arn-beJMder t Nerwar. She has
been, ervwg as United Stataf

mbetsador to Switzerland.

For

IHshf At Ml. Hops
' The planning committee (or the
fifth annual 'Family Rosary Night'
announced yesterday that Bishop
Jesus Serrano Pastor, had accept accepted
ed accepted the invitation to deliver aa ad address
dress address in Spanish at Mt. Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Sunday. ; .'v
At the aama time, the committee
also announced that the Very Rev.

Father Joseph Konea, superior of
the Vincentian Fathers on the Pa

cific side, had consented to deliv deliver
er deliver the address la English. '
With the selection of the speak speakers,
ers, speakers, the program for this1 annual
nubile demonstration of faith end
devotion is now completed. The

format which has proven so suc successful
cessful successful In previous "Family Rosa

ry Nights" will be followed siain
this year, with hymns to ; both

Tomorrow, Wednesday, May I :
A.M, ij ,- j, t vt
6:Q0 aign on Alarm cioek
f Club (requests taken Vf
phone till 7:00)
7:30Mornlng Salon Concert
Church in The WildwoOd
1:30 Musical Reveille x

: 00 News v;
t: 15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Spins and Needles
10:00 Newa i i

10: IS Spins and Needles (re

quests by phone

EUI a:aai

U :0ft-fipina aft d Needle

- (Cont'd) xtri

11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12 :00 News xtiteM .y-

12:OS Lunchtlme Melodies :

12:15 M ELACH RINO MUSI

CALE (Nescale) :

11:30 Sweet And Hot

x:oo News ? ,t
1:16 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 French In The Air i
:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Music For Tou

3:00 Hank snow And s

. KaioDow Kancn. aaj
3:1S Sammy Kaye Show
3:30-Muslo For Wednesday j
4:00 Feature Review

( 4:0r-wht'a your Favorite
5, ; (requests t ftke by

v.- v pnont wi t.wt
J:30-NewsA :m.'.t m.

1:35 What's Tour Favorite

s. ; ; (cont'd) ,v-.v -6:00
Allen Jackson (News)
-'. Program

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

1 'REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii calls (WRUt)
7:00 HaUs Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report From UJ.
:00 Music-By Roth
1:30 Musical Theater.

:00 You Asked For il (r.

quests taken bX pnene

: iui 7:30) .
10:30 Cavalcade Of America

U:oo Concert under The Stars

12:00 sign uir. v .:

. JNEA. YORK .XUPJ-Tbe imperi-'

al wizard of uie U. S. Knights of
the Ku Klux Klan Sunday night

described the JUan as a ('protes

tant faith prganiration"; dedicated

to ngntmg aesegregauon -"-moral
ly." )r t
Imperial Wiiard Eldon Lee Ed

wards, an Atlanta paint snraver.

also said on "The Mikt Wallace
Interview" television show that the

man; operates in northern states

as weu as the South.

Edwards.: appearing on the nrn.

gramv in the full- satin regalia qf

nis ouice, said tue Klan "does not

go u lor violence", and will "fight
this uthing (desegregation) mor-

Wallace read to Edwards the
Comments Of two Atlanta Rntit

mmimsws wno condemned

wards, and termed the Klan "not

vnnsiiaa. ,.
' Edwards retorted that "there's

a- difference between

and supposed-to-be preachers."

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tie said that "if von k.

i:li u r.r- ---

DIM UQ in 11a VOU'll umm ther.'o

plenty of plaecs where God said

me ouierent races was supposed
to be segregated."

Statements Read

Wallace also read to T.AmrA

the statement of a spokesman for
U. S. Sen, Herman Talmadge of

vreorgig wnicn said, r The a sena senator
tor senator doesn't want to have anything
to do with Edwards or his organiz

ation,; ne read a similar state-

ment attributed to Gov, Marvin

uruua m ueorgia. :

Edwards said "it was Klanish Klanish-minded
minded Klanish-minded people that put Griffin and
Talmadge in office." .-. 1
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The Klan's Imperial wizard at attacked
tacked attacked the- Atlanta Journal am)
Constitution as "p r 0 p a g a n d a
sheets edited and published by the
NAACP (National Association for
the Advancement of Colored Peo

ple).'" ' v J
On further prodding by Wallace,
Edwards amended that statement
to "The NAACP is more or less

behind editing and publishing those,

papers," .
- AHacks Writers
, He also attacked Clark Mollen Mollen-hoff
hoff Mollen-hoff and Fletcher 'Knebel' of the
Washington bureau of Look maga magazine
zine magazine and the Minneapolis Star and
Tribune.
He said "them birds" are "fakes'
and phonies" who "lied about" the
number of members of the Klan,
Edwards said the 50.000 member

ship figure attributed to the Klan
im "far u mll .'.

"This is. a secret organization
and no one has the figure but me
and I don't divulge it," Edwards
said.

also said' wwe (the
no. freedom of the

Edwards
Klan) got
press." 1

He said the Atlanta newspapers
gave fair treatment to Klan stor stories
ies stories 'f or a while," but ceased to
do so under pressure applied, ac according
cording according to his statement, by the
Anti-Defamation League.

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' By FRED DOWN

NEW YORK, May 7 (UP) Gino Cimoli, the

liriy duckling" of the National League champion

'Brooklyn Dodgers, is the latest example that some some-,
, some-, times the best trades in baseball are the ones that
never are made.

, A mere .111 hitter who batted

only 38 times In 73 games last

eason, Cimoli was the Dodgers'
No. 1 tirade bait all winter. They
practically pleaded with the
Cardinals. Cubs and Phillies to

.make a deal lor him and event eventually
ually eventually kept him only because uo uo-f
f uo-f body else was interested,
i And so today, the 28-ycar-'
'Told native of San Francisco Is
batting .316, has driven in 10
runs, leads the team with 25
hits and is the hero of the
Dodgers' 5-4 foifr-hour, 14-in-ntng
victory over the Braves
last night. Cimoli broke it up
v '.with his fifth hit of the night,
solo homer off Red Murff to
yjead off the 14th frame and
ligive Sandy Koufax his first
wUv
i! The Chicago Cubs whipped the
few York Giants, 6-2, in the on-

"ly other National League game
Yesterday- while the Baltimore

hrinle defeated the Detroit Ti

gers, 8-6, in 13 innings and the
Kansas City Athletics walloped

the; Washington Senators, 8-2 m

Cimoli' blast ended a tight

Katun hetween the two leading

vwt: contenders which Started

oSit as a "brush back" battle and

Wound up in a pitcheri' due; de decided
cided decided by homers: Umpire Lee

Ballanfant was forced to call
managers Walt Alston and' Fred
Haney to the mound to warn of
a "bean ball" duel after starting
pitchers Lew Burdette and Don
Drysdale both were guilty of
"dusters' in the first frame.
Murff took over for Burdette
in the 13th and suffered his first
Major League defeat, and the
first by a Milwaukee relief pitch pitcher
er pitcher this season, when Cimoli con

nected in the 14th. It was Gino s
second homer and his first al also
so also broke up an extra inning game

aeamst jkodto KODerts, Aijru io.

LEADING BATTERS
(Based on M Official at .Bats)
NATIONAI. LEAGUEY'lfc:l !,

Player and club '". t ab r h Pet,

Musial, St. Louis 16 69' 9 28 .406

Hoak, Cincinattl 18 58 M 23 .397
Aaron, Mil. ',-17 78 19' 30 C5
Groat, Pitts. v;18 69 11 25.1.362
Robinson, Cinci,:i6 70 13 25 57
Bowman, Phila. 18 63 10 22 .349
Bailey, Cinci. 18 61 10 21 .344
Dark, St. Louis 15 67 14 23 .343
Bouchee, Phila. lit 71 '15 24 .338

S'dlenst, N.Y. 20 86 13 8 .326

9-8 M Mi Hope

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Williams, Bos M 51 13 22 .431
Simpson. K.C. .19 73 14 28 .384

Fox, Chicago 16 61 12 22 .361
Mantie, N.Y'. 17 53 12 18 .340
Minoso, Chicago 16 62 12 21 339

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Today IDEAL .20 .10
"Robinson C. of Cilsland"
. r Chaps. 9-10
: .. JUNGLE STAMPEDE;
WILD HORSE AMBUSH"

e victory leit tne uoagers on

ly one game behind the iront-

runninK Braves.

, Don Kaiser, zz-year-oiu
speedballer, pitched a six-hitter
to gain his first victory for
the Cubs and heln hand Ruben

Gomez his first loss after three
straight wins for the Giants.
Ed Winceniak's two-run single
was the key blow of the Cubs'
four-run sixth-inning rally
that broke open the game. The
loss was the Giants' seventh in
nine games. ;
Jim Brideweser's first hit of
the season, a double, drove In
two runs in the 13th to give the
ririnias fheir vir.tnrv over the Ti-

gers. The blow followed a double
by Gus Triandos and an: inten intentional
tional intentional walk to Dick Williams,

providing relief pitcher George

7.nverink with his secona : wm.

nnh Mieman homered for the

Orioles, who snapped a four four-game
game four-game losing streak.

ROOKle Jim flSOniB graim

homer climaxed a six-run nrsi
inning rally and Ned Garver pro protected
tected protected it for Kansas City the rest
of the way with a near six-nit-ter.
Gus Zernial had sent the

Athletics in front witn a two-

run single as tne Atnieucs acm.
Chuck Stobbs, a 15-game win win-it
it win-it Qooinn hia fifth straight

loss. The Senators now have lost

eight straight and 16 or zo games

r this year.

Bertola, Detroit-18 59
Mauch, Boston 14 56
Jensen, Boston 13 53
Kell, Baltimore 16 60
Wertz, Cleve. 16 57

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.321
.317
.316

HOME RUNS

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves 6
Adcock, Braves . .v 6
Sauer, Giants, 6
Campanella, Dodgers .... 4
(Eleven tied with 3 apiece).

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BARELY MAKES-. IT Yosiklto- (No. 2); barely last to hold
off Joe's brilliant last minute rush in Saturday's fourth'' raca
at the President Remon racetrack, aJose M. .Bravo rode Mrs.(
Viola Camargo's consistent native sprinter while Fernando
; t Alvarei did the whip wielding aboard the diminutive Jo., .i

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Red Sox 5
Sklzas, Athletics 5
Simpson, Athletics a 5
Sievers, senators . 5
Zernial, Athletics 4
Lollar, White Sox 4
Skowron, Yanks 4

RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Furillo, Dodgers 19
Sauer, Giants 19
Aaron, Braves 16
Ennis, Cards 16
Jones, Phils, 16

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators 20

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Lollar, White Sox
Zernial, Athletics .
Maris, Indians ....

Tuttle, Tigers .......
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Spahn, Braves 4 o l.ooo
Sanford Phils 3 0 1.000

Trucks, Athletics ... 3)0 1.000
Narleski, Indians ... 3 0 1.000

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Panama-American

and keep it on!

Panama's thoroughbred breed

ers and horse owners apparently

have won their long fight to get

Deuer purses zor local nrea rac

ers.

The Panama Gambling Board

last .Friday unanimously ap

proved the following Improved

purse scale for natives: Class

$500, Class B $450, Class C $425

Class D $400, classes E, F and G

$375, Class H and maidens $300,

The increases will become: effec-

The new scale represents an

increase of $100 for Class A with

the others raised proportionate

ly, ranging from $75 to $50.

Native horses will De abi to

win once in each class, except A

and B. Two wins will be allowed

in B and three in A. An addition

al $100 will be awarded the own

ers of winners In A and B if they

are -tnorougnbreds.
Any native winning ta the
fourth, fifth and .sixtbT aeries
for Imported horses will., get
$150 plus the regular purse. A
winner in the third series
would be entitled to $306 more,
in the second series $350 and
in the first aeries $500 extra.
. ,;V,.j-O0-;;-
Twenty-three Argentine thor-

ouehbreds arrived on the Isth

mus during the last week. Twelve
were in a shipment brought' by

Jose Antonio Pausa and Ernesto
Paris.; Ten arrived yesterday
morning, eight consigned to Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Motta and two to. Sylvlo

Lazzarln.
The other racer was Germa Germa-nlo,
nlo, Germa-nlo, a highly rated thorough brea
owned by Jose Rogello (Pinky)
Arias and William Brophy which
will be trained by-Antonio Es-

kildsen. . v.

uuwnii'i : two k horses ; are

named Santurron and Pibe Lin
do. ,
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" Only two jockeys was susDend.

ed over the weekend and several
horses were set down either be

cause of lameness or poor per performances.
formances. performances. One Jockey, J. 'Mon

tenegro, got an inaeiinite sus

pension because of incompetence.
Thet other suspended rider, Vi Vicente
cente Vicente Ortega, netted 12 meet for

not .extending Don" Grau until

ne reacnea-tne homestretch In

Sunday's third race which was

won by No Gallito by a neck over

the former.

Lanero. Regia. Takeaway and

Don Dan! were -each susoended

for eight meets on the basis of

tneir very poor performances.?

Polizon and Onda Reat rot. 1S

day each for finishing lams aft after
er after competing in Saturday' first
and third aces, respectively,

Jockey Fernando Alvarei was

fined $5 for reporting late to the

paddock for weighing-out after

finishing fourth aboard Maria
Stuardo la Sunday's ninth race. :

' Contralor, a top' flight Chil Chilean
ean Chilean thoroughbred, wae recent recently
ly recently bourht by Alberto "Negro"
Arias' Victory Stable. Contra Contralor
lor Contralor reportedly competed a
gainst the classy Jalisco in his
native Chile.
oOo"':.

The visltlnr Jamaican Pion Pioneer
eer Pioneer Cnba girls Softball team,
last night t dropped, a 9-8
squeaker to" Deportivo Gisc Gisc-combe
combe Gisc-combe of Colon at the Mount
Hope S tadium before a capaci capacity:
ty: capacity: crowd. Thesev ( same two
squads 'will battle each other
aaw tonight at Mount Hope,
-, The Jamaicans impressed

witn Hheir nard-blttiar an
hustle.
The leading hitters of the
game were fancy fielding

outhpaw first base Jamaican

star, D. Fisher with three hits
in four trips to the plats and

Belta Austin with three for

five for the local girls and
dashed home with the winning

run.

Ths wlnnlnr pitcher was

May Wilmott in relief. W. Rod Rodney
ney Rodney went th distance for ths
visitors. 1 1

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Deportivo Giscombe 9 10 I
Jamaican Pioneer Cubs S 11 3

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Clark Griffith

Says Hell Fire

Chuck Dresseri

DETROIT, May 7 (UP) Cal-I
vln Griffith, president of the
Washington Senators, said today
Charlie Dressen. will be released!

as manager of the club. But he

saw mere will be formal an
nouncement until he confers with

iH-esSen.;;;- 7y v:

Griffith indicated ( Dressen

wUl be offered a front office
job, possibly as assistant to th
president, i -1 ,.

"Everythlndr will liave to wait

until I tain, to Chuck." Griffith

said.'Hs may not want what I
have to. offer him."

The first word that : Griffith

planned to jfir Dressen, who di directed
rected directed .Brooklyn to Nat lonal

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

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Cincinnati 'it t

St. Louis 9 7
Philadelphia 8 9

ew xoric t t 1 12

nicago -t

Pittsburgh

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TODAY'S GAMES ,
Cincinnati- at Brooklyn (m
St. Louis at New York (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) '
YESTERD A T'S : srvcm m

Chicago ". 000 024 0000 7
New Yorkr 000 000 1012

Kaiser (1-1) and Neeman.
Gomez i'3-l ) i Rlrivllr uriu

ngton andWcstrum, Katt f.

' .'(Night Game)'
(14 Innlnirst

Milwaukee .
100 001 oio nnt nn 1 it 1 1

Brooklyn

3U0 WO 000 001 01 B 19.

' AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams w 1.

new ivi.

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111 .rp. u. v

v o ,,.OB ,314 1.
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9 10 .474' 4
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Murff (2-1)' and

Burdette.

oranaail.

Drysdale. Labine Rraiv trim.

fix, (1-0) and Cam nanelln

walker.

Only games scheduled.

.14

unicago , ,11

Kansas city
Cleveland

Detroit

Baltimore

Washington

TODAY'S fiTMTT

'Boston at Chicago' (N)

. xmiumors at Kansas City f W)
, New York at Cleveland (m

,; wasnington at Detroit i

i YESTERDAY'S RESULT!

BaU.lmn

. 003 001 020 000 a 9 it t 1
Detroit 400 020 000 000 m)
ana001' fcuvsrfnk (j-o) and Tri.s
Crjmlan (O-D and House, Wilson,

Washington 000 100 0OI-1 t t
Kansas City 602 000 OOx-g lo
Btobba 0-$), Ramos and Fit, i

oarvsr (J-0) and Bmlth,
Only gamer scheduled.

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Trainer

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For Defeat

Blames

Markings

ly RAY AYRES -'

XOUISVILLIT, Ky (UP)-Willie

Roberto deVicenzo
Captures Colonial
tlational Invilalion

FORT WORTH," Ti.' (UP'

Roberto de Vicenzo, the lackadai

sical Latin who understands little

English but who sawys the Amer-

the latter to convert into pesos to

day after vvmccP THE Colonial

National Invitation golf crown.

De Vicenzo. a product' of. the

Argentine Pampas who plays out
of Mexico City, charged out of the

pack over the final as-nois-route

Sunday with rounds oi es ana up
over the 7,021-yard, par 35-3570

Colonial Country Club course to
nip Dick Mayer of La Joila, Calif.,

by one stroke.
His winning 284. four over par.

was the highest winning total in
the 12-ye-t history of the invita invitation
tion invitation affair. j
Mayer, who scrambled In and
out of traps all afternoon after

posting a fins three-under-par (7
in the morning, still pocketed $3,-

000 for his troubles and ran his
year's winnings to 14,550. Ed Fur-

gol of St. Andrews, Hi, finished
third with a 286.' J ;
Defendinc champion Mike Sou-

chak of Grossinger, N.Y had to

share -fourth place with National

Amateur champion Hame ward

ofSs a Francisco, but lines. Ward

couldn't accept ths money. Sou Sou-cbik
cbik Sou-cbik won $1,800.
Doug Ford, the son's big

money winner, was win wnn a
28 and the $1,600 boosted bis sea season
son season total of $28,629.55. s

Peruvian- Jockeys Floro -Gue-

rra, Rodolfo Pastor, Raul Sala Sala-zar
zar Sala-zar and Enrique Vasques have

offered their services for the
President Remon racetrack at

nTcert toe Mrd Derby

ordered 'a maximum monthly
guarantee of $150 for six months.

iKu pennnis in ma ana snoemaker took thu'Mn w n.i

AAwim r

wms iiuui nuuiuKiuu inotiiani Min'i m. Aot.t v.. t

night after-the Senators'. Dresl-liJ... in th. v.,..-i, A "J tr..

dent had left by train forDetroit trainer 3oW Nerud l t7 blamed
tyi AlutllM tuMoml filava. t.n J.. I! . y

.. vt k -J uc"- imProPer poie m a r k i n t s at

ntaarngvam ui won oniyv ChurchiUt Downs for 4he $100,000
four of 20 games this season Kw'.fr .-,

iHl hu Inai' Ita'i lvht I

starts. ; T vv : r wame the racs track -more

tV.7 ; f tnan v winie lor the error,", said
Griffith declined to comment l who. lked Shoemaker in-

nn nnrfi that althai. 13I1K, lO riUinE lilUSnt Man ftr fha

ges or pookie Lavagettq, -both colt, ...regular.-, pilot,. John. Cho Cho-Washinltton
Washinltton Cho-Washinltton coaches, would be 9.uette w" "uspended almost bn

elevated to the mananr't noat. ev or the classic.

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i iTCiuu.wniL on to UTTiiaii, Tnir

at most race trades the poles used
to designate the final furlon. th

usi sixieenin iio yaras) and the

unisn line are varied colored.

Pole Same Coler

The Week-End Sports Summary

Sport

Saturday

LiUUI&vilus iron Liege, an

8-1 shot,: nosed -Out Gallant M

Peruvian Jockey Douglas Cor Cor-tez,
tez, Cor-tez, contracted by the president
Remon racetrack, under a $150
monthly guarantee for six

months.' recently had his eon-

tract renewed by the Panama

Gambling Board.

Antonio 1 (Tofiln) Angulsola
Jr, following in ths footsteps
f his father whs was assassU
nated along with President Jo Jose
se Jose Antonis Remon, last night
feted ths members of ths Turf
Writers and Horse Race An Announcers
nouncers Announcers Assoelatloa with a
eocktal party. i

Toftln was celebrating the tri

umph of his horse Surumeno In

the $15.00 aaaed president oi tne

Republic Classic Ths late Don
Antonio's colors were carried to

victory in this same event three
times ones by Okinorl and twice
by Main Road.

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"All the poles ara the same col

or at ChurchUl Downs,"- he added.
"And the finish line thould be

plainly marked, especially when

m nuuici vuuc
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fimh v--:r V-:- k '" ''

BOURNEMOUTH. Eng. Jaro- ,fcoeia,?sl? noemaKer misjudged
Slav Dro,bny defeated Lew. Hoad, tt5tiwlil!,ll?e-'J GUant, Man
6-4, 6-4, 6, to win the men's sin ibrown ,oft tride for only a frac-

glej final of the British hardcourt Ik y. i Um, wmowneA
tcnnii rhimninnshin Ralph Lowe of Midland, Tex., it

, imcut u ; uuierence oetween a

rAwriPW' flr puce pot of $107,950 and the

the $29,700 Valley Forge Handicap" "SZJ&?J 25'000l: v
at Garden State'Park in a world -ff6WHl",5? cf.nc
...j n i.nr m will give Gallant Man another

uuu vi trm tur Uic I i t . r-

mila and, 70 yards. ;. ii uege in uie rreac-

Rill a., V m u v.. IM u.

u.0 uuuvv, incj AO, UUi M DC
does run in the second of the

Triple Crown classics. Shoemaker

again will be in the saddle.

I would be glad to have Shoe Shoemaker
maker Shoemaker back on my horse." Nerud

declared. "I can't think of a bet

ter boy.' v.: c -.!.'

ra tPiw Jd W tWamats'
fmm f 0 -eratehei
from the Derby because sf aa a
aUinjf,foot,.wili leavs todar sr
Pimhc0.'-c tr.:.:-, "i'S'l
"Among ths ether Derby stsrfc
ers. Round- Tabl .'thirH'k j

Federal Hill (fifth) also mr

sidered i probable sntries i in ths
Pfeakness. alonr arith )

w m Vu,a avxsrv
Derby starters as Inswept; High
Sparkle, Gannet, Big Paddy. Co-

noes and Nah Mlss.
"When Gen. Dulr k.rtnt..

from the Derby i Saturday morn.

ing, Wilbe Hartack was switched

from "The General"to Iran

replacing Dave Erh. It was a bif

iui nanici inn m tuiir

ftrtl advantage of iVsaving ground
with Iron Liese-most of th

to account for his first Derby viis

But as lone as derbies ar itt.

cussed, racegoers will remember
not how Iron Liege won this 83rd
edition of the Rose Rurt but how ? ;

uauani man ; and Wee Willis A
Shoemaker lost it. v -x-

Sunday

SPARTANBURG, S.C. BeUy
Rawls nipped Betty Dodd by a

stroke to win the fifth annual

Betsy Rawls-Peach Blossom Worn
en's golf, tourney.. ; 4

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FORT WORTH Robert da Vi

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Irsak Ff Hartaek

Both Gallant Man and Bold

field to win the $5,000 first prize n Vv. ?. ? Ja
in the Colonial golf tourney. V ,'rbi "lont. who
, finished fourth, were heading

LANGHORNE. Psurtis Tur- 10 wew xor .M

nn- dmihle-lanncd th. mtlr fi-IH uler fPect Me

.. h toin. .m.i Preakness, but. Nerud wsnU to

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PAGE SEVEN

Kluszewski Faced Wi

rffi' Biggest Decision Of

Baseball Career

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NAILED IN RUNDOWN Braves' catcher Del Crandall tags
out Giants' Red Schoendlenst after the latter was caught in a
rundown -In first Inning of game played in New York,; Play,
developed whCri pitcher Warren Spahn threw Jo first trying
to pick off Willie Mays (shown, arriving at third). Schoen Schoen-dlenst;
dlenst; Schoen-dlenst; who way on third,, broke for home and was caught in
rundown and. tagged out as Maya i made it safely to third
Watching action are umpires StanXandes (at third) and Biu
Baker (foreground) Braves' players are Johnny Logan (at
third and Eddie Mattehws. Milwaukee won in 10 innings, 5-1.

Jankus, Dollerschell Tie.
For Juvehia Invitational
Tourney Meda I ist 1 Honors:

, :.. ... ',,.51 ;v.,",, c
' Over 200 golfers tried to make
l the six men's and' two women's
flights of the 1957 Juvenla Watch
Invitational Golf Tournament at
Summit ;,. Hills, Of this taL 43
were women and 164 men. Sum Sum-fliit
fliit Sum-fliit Hills golfers will be well rep-

reseniea m 5" . irv

matches with approxiroaie y
... i4f,in in tVio. mpn'K IliehtS

VJ Lua;luS v.
' c,,rfov oftprnnon Tonv Ja

kus

of tGamboa came in with 72 ty

aliet honors. A match has been
aetmp between these two -players
a-l Qh nrhn. thPV Will TllttV

; 18 holes medal play, to see who

wins "tne -Juvenia ciocs.- xuc
starting time for the match has
been set for ttlne o'clock in the
morning. .

The highest score to make the

championsnip nignt was. 78. ine
cores In th first flight ranged
from 78 through 86. Only one
nlaver with tha latter score made

the flight In the second flight

the -scores ranged irom 7 Dy H H-I.
I. H-I. Perantle up to an 85 scored by
Jim Boyd. Only one 86 made the

third flight and the lowest score

in this night was a 78 scored by
W. A. Hope of Gamboa.
The fourth flight score? rang rang-td
td rang-td from 84 through 91 with only
one 91 petting in. The low score
was: shot by -J. M. Davis of Gam Gam-boa.
boa. Gam-boa. In the fifth Jliirht for play-

' ers ; with handicaps from 20

through 24, the low score was 89
1 Scored by W. D, Goodwin of Fort
Amadorv Two players with scores
tit 106 made this flight.
Ail ic all the settine un of the

handicap qualifying proved J very
satisfactory, if a player was able

to shoot to his handicap he was

sure 10 oe in. Ana some nights
he got in if he blew a few shots.
The eliminations start this

weet Players may make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for their matches at

any tune up until 8:00 p.m. Sun

day. In cases where the players
cannot get together on a time to

war their match, then the offi

ci&l surging time will be S:30

Buncnv morning. Players can ob

tain phone numbers of their op

ponents by calling th Summit

' Hius uiud, rnone 4-3s ana ask

ing lor Mr. Farreu. Players who
, have qualified for the Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament can use the course without
paying treen fees as lorn? as they
remain in the tournament.
The pairings for the first
- round follow: : r
PAIRINGS
; CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT
Tony Jankus Vs. Maurice Muller
E. F. Wysockl vs. Tommy Jacks
Dick Drennan vs. Jack Smith
Paul Moran vs. J. R.Jaggers
1 - --
Lower Bracket
XMyna DollerscheU vs. C. S. Mc
, Oowaa ',

Jim HInkle vs. Len Collett
Cal Blg(?s vs. George Riley v ;
Pres Trim vs. Jim Riley '
First FUght-Upper Bracket
Al Saarlnen vs. S. I. Schligel"
n w Rrown vs. R. M. Collins

Bill LeBrun vs P. 8 Peca

James Desixnaes vs. yuice wm wm-brla
brla wm-brla , ? v
'i-' y:1 '"?''' i;.::;iv' i i-,
, i-, lAWtr Bracket t,
.. a. i iJ K.i Vrq.1 1
rioria Actrnnr TVunlr T1.V'' f

T v T ollw v JnrV TTarmnOnd

W. MMM t

H. E. Donovan vs. Mary Chadwipk

. ' 'PARINGS
, ,"'
irils'ht.tTmM'P Bracket

H. I. perantle vs. H. S. Engelke
A R. Kline vs. Bart Ellch

Walter Grow vs. T. E. Spencer

Gis Kosik vs.. Can serger ;

Lower Bracket :

R. Thiffus vs. W. A. Rogers

j. M. Stuart vs. R. E. .Forbes

J. R. Hudson vs. Howard uarr
Ted Jordan vs. Jim Boyd n
rrul-A mivht.TTniwtr Bracket

W. A. Hope vs. Dewitt Myers

H. M. Thomas jr. vs. j. r-
ellor '. ; -:' ..
.t Harrinsrton vs. Ken Bennett

P. M. fiell vs. Ben Sulsman ..

. L9wer Bracket

C. A. Arman vs. Dick Soyster

J E. Thompson vs. j. w. Kirwey
S. L. Henry vs. W. T. Jamison

R. A. Davidson vs. 1, T,

. Fourth Flight-TJpper Bracket
j. M. Davis vs. Walter Parker
J. M. Terry vs. M. V. Butler

W. H. Esslinger vs. Chas, gorrell

-. Lower Bracket
K. L. Blvin vs. R. K. Hazard
Dick Egolf vs. Fred Hayes
J. G. Graves vs. J. R. Smith
R. L. Hughes vs.. Randy WaJtes
Fifth FUght-Upper Bracket

W. D. Goodwin tfc'w. H. Griffin

jr.
Steve B Use 11 vl H. C. Coogaa

R d. Reese vs. Frank Ortu

J. C. Kelvin vs. J. L. Spauiding

Lower Bracket

S. C. Lincoln" vs. A. A. Jackson

J. E. Walbrtdge vs. W. K. i-aina-
pelle "-
inhn RB.lteria vi Mickey Kaplan

Bud Coleman vs. A. J. Irwin.

Score eards must d Kep on au
matches. Cards should be depos deposited
ited deposited in the box provided and the
results of the match posted on
the tournament sheet, v

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Redleg Star
Ailing With
Slipped Disc

CINCINNATI (UP) -Ted Klus

zewski of the Cincinnati Redlegs.

faced with one of the busest de

cisions of his baseball career, was

scheduled to be released from the

hospital today.
The home run hittinfl first base

man, hampered by a painful -hip
injury for the : past ; 14 months,
pondered; a recommendation by

his doctors that he undergo sur

Eery to correct a "slipped disc"
in his lower spine,
If Ted decides to have the op operation,
eration, operation, it will mean being side sidelined
lined sidelined for the remainder of the
season.' If he waits until fall, he
will be playing in pain again for
the second straight vear.

- Kluszewski entered the. hospital

a week ago today for a complete

examination by nine doctor

They reported during the week

end that the Iirst baseman was

suffering from a "protruding in'

tervertebral msc oi we lower

smne.

Kluszewskl's wife, Eleanor, said

her husband had nor reached a

decision.

"This is something Ted and I

want to talk over,", she said. But

the xinai oecisionus up 10 nim-

Pearce Wins
3rd Straight
For Toronto
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE ;

Teams

Miami

Toronto .

Buffalo .

Richmond .

Rochester .

Montreal, ...

Columbus ,
Havana ..

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BEGINNING GP THE END ; Sugar Ray Robin son (right) lands the' punch that knocked out
Gene Fullmer In the fifth' round of their mid dleweight title hput in Chicago, The 37-year-old
Robinson made ring history by winning the middleweight championship for an unprecedented
fourth time. --

SjibeV Boner To Go Down
In History As Dream Derby

" TtSlTRDAESIJLTs

(Completion" of May snapeaded

yv; .:! :;-vA gamei.-. ; ,..t.;.,v

Havana 010 100 001 i I 0

Toronto : 101 000 000-2 i i
Rimlm Pena (4).. Lans : (ft)

and Sierra; 8haw, Tlffenauer

m and RosellL WP: Lane. LP:

Tlffenauer. HRs. Jethroe, Mort-
son..; t : v

Miami .h' 000 100 010-4 II r 3
Montreal 200 000 0002 4 1

Snvder and McCullouen: oroo.

Crisante (5). Walz (8) and Ron-

ning. LP: Grob. HR: Wilson.

Richmond

Buffalo

100 020 100 4 10 2
,30O020 04x 9 11 2

uUi Ptil fl and Watllnc-

tion; Cox, Nagy (8) and Noble.

WP." Cox. w: Maier. tusi nomw.

mtpw vnRK Ma i (HP)

James Madison Pearce, bean

pole right nanaer r wno nas
imnririMi round the minors for

13 seasons, looks Ilka the fourth

starter tne Toronto Mapie
hava hon BMltin ail vear to' aid

in their doo-eed Durault of Mia

mi's high-flying Marlins.- r

. The sur-incn, isu pwrauo
pitched Toronto to an 8-0 tri triumph
umph triumph over Havana last night
He' scattered eight hits In post

ing his inira siraign nver nver-tlonal
tlonal nver-tlonal League victory and sp-

long-Sid t tha Leafs' fine pitching
trio of Dob Johnson, Humbert

Robinson ana Larry ixwoyan.

Tn nthr times. Miami rot an

other etrong performance from

rooKie nurier creuo ov" w
ease past Montreal. 4-2. Snyder s
aecond straight victory, and the
Marlins third, spread their
league lead W a full f amj over
Toronto, which was edged, J-2,
w u.nTii in continuation of

Sunday's suspended game.

Kay nooiea jimu-ji.ui
liehted Buffalo's -4, 11-hlt as-

aault on two prize Rlchmona
rookie burlers, Ed Maier and Biu
Bethel. Buffalo's third win to a
row and tha Yeas' third consecw consecw-tn.u
tn.u consecw-tn.u nahled the Biacni to

oiaplace them la third placa.

Befsy Rawls Cops

Own Golf Tourney

2nd Straight Year
SPARTANBURG. S C. (CP)
The eititena of .this -pach grow growing
ing growing renter aet up. a tournament
five year ago for bometewn olf olf-ing
ing olf-ing star Bety Rawls and bow tt
looks as if the veteran pra is en
her wsy to takinf jrnianem po-

I aeswa the affair.

Miss Bawls woa her sate a a
straight Btiy Rawla-Peach Z)m-
Km title Sunday with a 213 for
the 54 hl iwrrorr, a stroke
ahead of Betty Dortd 4 Lonia Lonia-wille,
wille, Lonia-wille, Ky., who bttt!ed the even eventual
tual eventual victor right -down to the end.
In third place waa Marleae
Pauer Hge, Calia. Tei with
fallowed br En'. Ilirki
Lor? Fch. Ca'.if., i Mary I I-ei
ei I-ei FauUt, Tbffir.asvie, Ca T.I-

r'.'"'?:.-"'''. "''.A:'""
' '.&y OSCAR PHAL1Y

NEW YORK (UP) w There's a

new legend today to be woven

into the storied tapestry of the

Kentucky Derby,

it .won show in the precise

paces of the record book. But this

one will be remembered as the

dream derby 'a race lost by a

tiny tragedian named Willie Shoe

maker Instead of one which was

won by. a colt named Iron Lleee.

And to the sad little man known

as "Willie the Shoe" it must re remain
main remain a .nightmare. h .?

"I dreamt 1 1 dwelt In marble

halla."

'Wad Tttaae Dreams
Willie had those kind of dreamt

while thundering down the stretch
at Churchill Downs on Saturday.

Under him, the colt named Gal

lant Man surged torwaro: to collar

Iron. Liege and the jubilant Willie

thought v he wa4 first -aeross'the'

Jine.-. He -was .tandlng'- ins tha

irons, starting to pull up when the

vision vanisneo. v,
Becauset' the finish line still' was

5 yard -away- and before he

could get back to his horse the

plugging Iron Liege had snatched

lame ami fortune from Willie by

a weeping. whisper.'.1
I had' dream, which was' not
all a dream," Byron -wrote
This 'was1 a dream derby and
that, line has merciless meanine

for -Ralph Lowe, Ahe owner of

GallaptTMan. V 7";. i
V we-.Had A Dream
One nieht v last week. Tv

dreamed that, Willie misjudged
the finish line and. thus lost the

ueroy. &noemaker was told about

Sports Briefs

1:

ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
DEPARTMENT LEADERS
1 BATTING AVERAGES

" MOST HOME RUNS
r.'Barber, Elga
F. Graham, Nehi T

. R. carew, Elga i

(Minimum Times at Bat -45

Ab
R. Carew, Elga .... hi
I. Barber, Elga .... 55
F. Graham, Nehi .. 62
R. Bowen, Omaha 55
E. Farrell, Tropeloo 50
J. Morales, Omaha 45
W. Thomas, S.S. ... 49
C. Long, T-Motors 49
K. Evelyn, Elga 54
A Phillips,. Omaha 60
E. Dabriel, S.S: .... 63
C. Smith, Nehi ..... i52
J, Myrie, Nehi .... 53
L. Robinson, 8.S. . 50
A. Ellingtou, Omaha 57

H Avg
40 .too ; (Won-Lost Record)
32 .582 Won Lost
32 .516 R. Bowen, Omaha ..... 3 ? O
27' .491 L. Martinez, Nehi ...... 3 .)J
22 .440 R, Carew, Elga 2 J
18 .400 E. Hebbert, fciga 1 A
19 .338 r. Long, Tivoll Motors 3 0-'
19 .388 J. Stennett, Elga ...... 7 1
20 .S70 D. Campbell, Nehi .... 5 .I- 2
21 .350
21 .333 MOST STRIKEOUTS BY
17 .32 It
17 v-321 d. Campbell, Nehi 47
16 .320 E. Farrell, Tropelco 42
18 .316 L. Robinson, S.S. . . ,.;... .'. 1 39

R. Carew, Elga ; ... ...,..,; 39 ;
O. St. CUire, Tropelco ,.. ., ,32

MOST SINGLES

i n f MnsT-rKNiNns prrrHF.n

A. Cummings, Omaha .. 21 rj. Campbell, Nehi i M
W. Thomas, Sommers' Sparks 18 j, Jimenez Tivoll Motors ; . 40
A. Phillips, M. of Omaha . IT E. Farrell, Tropelco. . ..:..,: ,A
I. Barber, Elga L. Jomenez, S.S. ,.

E. Farreu, iropeico

MOST TWO-BASE HITS

that; somnolent .signal which,

the. fates have: it. "was not all

dream. V For Lowe aaw his night-

born vision all over again in the
hard, cold afternoon light on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, "Ah, how the years exile us in

to dreams."

Imagine the memories .which

came to a white-haired man ot
80 -on, Saturday as be sat before
a. television screen and watched
and listened as youbger men de described
scribed described the Rose Run. Clem Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy three decades ago atood in
front of the microphone and called
the Derby as the mighty Reigh
Count banged down in front.'

. Now he had only his dreams oi

hardier days and a few hours lat
er even those were being threat'

ened. Riding home. In a friend's

automobile he was seriously in'

jured when the car hit a light

pole.

"U It be thus to dream, still

let 1 me sleep,'.' Shakespeare

TedWilliams'Ouf
Again With Blow
On Right Forearm
CLEVELAND (UPV-If It's not

one thing with Ted Williams, it's
another.
The slugging Red Sox outfielder
wss hit by a pitch on the right
forearm during the fourth inning
of Sunday's opening game against
the Indians and had to retire

from thr contest.
X-rays .taken of Williams' arm

at University Hospital disclosed

R. Carew, Elga .....
F. Graham, Nehi .

I. Barper, fciga
R. juley, Sommers' Sparks
L. Robinson, S.S

MOST THREE BASE HITS

PARIS (UP) Mervyn Rose of
Australia won the men's singles
title Sunday at the Paris tennis
tournament by defeating Budge
Patty of Los Angeles and Paris,
7-5. 6-3. 7-5. Jacqueline Kermina

of France dtieated Maud Galticri A Mayers, Tivoll Motors
of France in the women" s final, 1 R' Carew Elga

6-1, J-6, 8-6. v It Barber, Elga

L. Robinson. S.S .......
(Nine others with one)

" j. aienneit, jwga.

. urim... 'J. t : A

e 4

It

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa

(UP) r. B. :er Jimmy Elliott's)
first lrnnplcniit nf hie ear per rn-l

suited in his death. The South
African middleweight died Sunday
in a local hospitaof a brain in injur
jur injur suffered in a title bout with
Pat McAteer of England, British
Empire middleweight champion,
Saturday tight. Elliott, 26 years
Old and the lather of two sons,
was floored bv a hard left to the

jhead in the sixth round.

Gavilan To Meet
Vince Martinez
In Return Bout

as no break or fracture.

PHILADE1PIIIA (UP) Short

tttobitv pitv.'.MJ.. Mav 7 T

(UP) Former world welter welter-weight
weight welter-weight champion Kid Gavi ai ot

stop John Kennedy, the first Ne-Cuba will meei v--j
gro to play for the Philadelphia Pa erson "'SK
Phillies, has been optioned to benefit light at oseTvei,ta. an an-High
High an-High Point ThomasviWof the dium here June 17, It was., an

High

Class B Caroline League.

NEW YORK (UP) Clem Mc McCarthy,
Carthy, McCarthy, 80, veteran sports, an announcer
nouncer announcer who suffered a fractured
hip in an automobile crash Satur

day night, is expected to remain

In Mount Sinai Hospital at least

two weeks. A hospital spokesman

said McCarthy was 'Testing com

fortably."

PITTSBURGH (UP) Frank

Robinson, Cincinnati Redleg left

fielder, had to leave Sunday s sec

ond game against the Pittsburgh

Pirates after striking nis neaa

against the wall while trying to
field Frank Thomas' double. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson was expected to be ready
to play at Brooklyn tonight.

nounced -today.

Martinez, ranked No. 7 among
the welterweight contenders,

outpointed Gavilan in, a closeiy-

CblllBBIeU """
ry Feb. 20. '

' m his last outing, Martinez

lost a decision to Ralph Dupas

in Dupas; home town, wew wu wu-leans.
leans. wu-leans. -.''
'. Promoters Baba Culnap' and
Willie Gllzenberg said the Jer Jer-kpw
kpw Jer-kpw r.ltv chaDter of tha Ameri

can Red Cross would receive a
minimum of 20 per cent of the

gross i-ate aner ieoeri
state taxes.

Gavilan is scheduled to begin

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; Houses Apartments

FOR RENT: One bedroem
chalet, living room, kitchen,
bathroom, garage, 400squa-e
mters yard, woll sitmled.
Moderate re nt. Phona 2-3438.
FOR RENT: Beautiful eha eha-lat
lat eha-lat thraa bedrooms, two bath bath-reomt,
reomt, bath-reomt, living room, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, sforch, kitchen and gar gar-ago.
ago. gar-ago. Phona 3-3904.
FOR RENT: Hooa 3 raoma
with running pipo watar and
5000 matart land at Chilibra,
$10.00 monthly. Suitable for re retired
tired retired couple. Phona 3-2474.
FOR RENT; Furnished
houte, 2 bedrooms, bathroom
airconditienad, living dining
room, kitchen, maid's room
with bath, swimming pool.
Elvire Mendei street, Campe
Alegre. Phone 3-720.
Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3M1.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and lama
beach heme. One mile past Co Cosine.
sine. Cosine. Phone lalbea 1166.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box WW Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
Rooms
'-FOR. RENT: Furnished
, rooms to rent. Apply ever the
Thiit MinkiHin Sank, earn-'
!er Uth and Bolivar Ave. Only
1 entrance Bolivar, house 10-123
with porch. Coed for couple
tii end bachelor. Phone 233, Co Co-P.
P. Co-P. Ion.
J ; i
tafrW flf Mice infi
I Ulllbl Ul I'llJJIIIU
Americans, Baby
aaa m as mm
HIAC I A HAtlM KAtlrl
VJ IV IIVIIIJ liVIIIJ
:i Is'
?l HONO KONO. May 7 (UP
James Blackwood sailed from
Honor Von a tn the Pnrtiie-iiea
nlnnv itt Minn wi t.ttm xmA
vmnese mainland today a lew
"L ..MA. 1 i .
nuura niter iinnK nere rrom,iue
United States to seek his miss missing:
ing: missing: son.
s n c c uinuaiuca ay auiciicbh
Vice Consul Richard Post. Black Blackwood
wood Blackwood boarded the steamer Ferry
t alloy lor the three-hour iour iour-ney
ney iour-ney to,the tlny Portuguese en enclave
clave enclave where his son, Donald
Jackson Blackwood, vanished
'.mysteriously on April 27 with his
tiouflgr Korean wife and baby.
I Despite an intensive search,
the American Consulate has been
mnabieio add much to the fa-
ftiers .knowledge of what may
kava happened to the family.
i Rumors-persist that they were
seen ion Communist held Lappa
Island. 5Pf; yards off Macao, but
investigators" -lacx positive in information,
formation, information, on these reports.
1 pffrWays
1 HOLLYWOOD, May -7 (UP)
lassie soon will be barking In
;iore languages than any eth eth-ir
ir eth-ir animal actor.
J The Lassie TV films, now a a-t'vailable
t'vailable a-t'vailable in Enellsh and Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, soon will be "dubbed" 1p
y. 'l-n. .Tspse. French and
German, according to the show's
owner, Jack Wrather.
GUARANTEED
RECEPTION
Proper Equipment
and Lew Prices
EFFIQENT
ANTENNA
: INSTALLATION
FAST TV SERVICE
TIL 100)0 P.M.
;D0YT WAIT CALL NOW
2-2374
TELERAD
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ATTENTION, O. I.I Jest beilt
modem taraisbad apart mewls, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phoae Paaama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, $60.00. J. F. de la Osse
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phone 2-3341.
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: Furnished a a-partmenta
partmenta a-partmenta en Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thee Thee-tre.
tre. Thee-tre. Teiepone 3-5024.. ,"
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 2-2711. Ith St.
No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Apartment,
22nd street Pueblo Nuevo. Tel.
2-1412. Sr. Ortega.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, porch, parlor-dining-room
bedroom, kitchen, sanitary
conveniences. Screened. $55.00.
Inquire No. 112, Via Belisario
Porras, near Roosevelt Thea Thea-tre.
tre. Thea-tre.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2
. bedroom apartment on ground
fleer, CI inspected. $80.00.
The best you can get for this
&",eV, j0M d abrege, Ave.
No. H, Pasadena. Familia He He-rrera.
rrera. He-rrera. f OR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, modern closet,
maid's room with bath, laun laun-fry,
fry, laun-fry, garage big yard, at St.
Lewis Street, Balladares Bldg.
l!f,nHv "'rotted. Cell 3 3-2998.
2998. 3-2998. FOR RENT: VACATION
quarters in Ancon, two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Urge house' and cool,
reasonable. Available May IS
te August 7. Phone Balboa 3748
tonight or all day Wednesday.
FOR RENT: Modem 3 bed bed-room
room bed-room apartment, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living and dining room,
kitchen, garage. Camp Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. Phone 3-7192. Hours 7 te
8 p.m.
- f 0R. .RK.NT: C,,,n' "'
furnished one-bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Fully screened. Hot wat water,
er, water, heater. Telephone. Corner
6th end Colombia street, Be-J'j.yj'-
Cl,s En'' Panama
" curing office hours.
. v ini! rurnisned apt.
one bedroom In Vista Herme Herme-sa
sa Herme-sa with light and gas. Tel. 3-
faST,
Chain Singh Offers
Low Bids On Canal
Paving Of Quarters
Low bids totaling $26,182 were
entered bv rh.in sin.,
Panama Canal Ca project which
provides for paving; under 27
quarters in Santa Cruj and nine
Other offers ranging from $31, $31,-792
792 $31,-792 to $3&5U were made by C.A.
Hleh and th riiiinn trinb-
man Construction Co. Bids on
this project and four others were
opened Friday morning in the
Administration Building at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
The Wnrk- mrhlxtt mrlll a.M.
Increase the utility space under
the quarters Involved, was a re recent
cent recent suggestion of the Latin
American Civic Councils. A sim similar
ilar similar iOb la now hetn dmu nnitar
a number of quarters in. various
u-o.-rate co mm unities.
Other nrofecta on which hir!
were opened Friday morning In-j
ciuaea ue instauation of hot
water facilities In two buildings :
m me urutooai industrial area; ;
re-rooflng of the shop and ragj
cleaning sections of the Ancon
"nory; me construction or a
new ladder for the mast at the
La Pita Signal Station and the
Interior painting 0f 12 apart-
Imenla in Ra.lhna Anrnn niohln
Heights, Oamboa and Margarita.
Wright Brothers, of Colon made
a bid of $2,300. on the Installa Installation
tion Installation of hot water facilities in
Cristobal. The Federal Roof in
and Painting Co. was low with a
bid of 1871 for a new roof on the
Ancoa Laundry sections. Dillon
and Hickman made a low offer
of WOO for the new Udder at La
Pita and Annllnin Tania miiii a
low bid of 1.4M on the Interior
painting of quarters.
Gamboa Swim Pool
Closed for Cleaning (
The Gamae swinminx eoel
will be eteeed Tneaday and
H'edneeday far cleaning end re repairs,
pairs, repairs, K has beet) anBoenrrd
by the Drtisien of ScbewM.
The poe4 will reopen Tbare- j
dav and operate 1U repilar
achedale.

LRAVB YOUH AD WITH ONB OF OUB AGENTS OB OUB OFFICES AT 1S-JT "H" KTREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO T Stre No. IS AGENCIAS
INTERNAL.. DE FUBLICACIONES No. Lottery PlaxS a) CASA ZALDO-vCcntral Ave. 45 a) LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Canasqullla e FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 28 "B" Street MORRISON of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS SERVICE A v. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS lt Central Ava.
FARMACIA LUX 1(4 Central Avenue a) HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. da la Oma Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Juslo Arosemena Ave. and 311 St. a) FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS SO Street. No. fS FARMACIA EL BATURRO Paique Ldtvre I Street e) FARMACIA "SAB" Via Forraa 111 e) NO VEDADES ATHIS Beside
tea Bella Vista Theatre. v t ) 1 a 1 i," 1-4 A t fT

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951, 2-door so so-dan,
dan, so-dan, Mercury- Stri mainten maintenance
ance maintenance ell ways. $550. Phpne Bab
boa 3767 nights to 7.'
FOR SALE: 1952 De Soto
hard top convertible.' Excellent
condition, $475.00. Please call
Panton, Navy 3262 or 3480,
FOR SALE:. 1957. Chevrolet
4 dr. hardtop wsw twe toner -t
power glide. 6000' miles. Can
be financed $2,150.00. Gem-j
boo 6-206.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac
sedan, good paint, tires and
mechanical condition,, with ra radio
dio radio and complete line of ae ae-ceseries,
ceseries, ae-ceseries, e one 'owner cer
that must be seen te be ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. $425.00 Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4435.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash four
door sedan, $350. v House '0-211
Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
4 door sedan, two tone, radio,
now car condition, 8500 miles
$1800.00. House 5751-B, Diablo.
Telephone Balboa 4131.
FOR SALE: Leaving for
States. Must sell 1956 Ford
Fairlane V-8, 4 door with ra ra-dio.
dio. ra-dio. Thunderbird engine, per perfect
fect perfect condition V throughout.
$1,850. Call 2-1127, House 5343 5343-A
A 5343-A Oieblo.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
V-8, 4 door Station Wagon, ov overdrive
erdrive overdrive radio, heater, extras.
Lew mileage. Excellent condi
tion. $1,800. Tel. Balboa 291L
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial
site, suitable for offices, flow flower
er flower shop. Photo-studio, etc. Jus Juste
te Juste Arosemena Avenue, oppo opposite
site opposite "Maria Inmaeolada." In Inquire
quire Inquire Almacen Rhoda. Phone
3 1477.
LIFE '.INSURANCE
; can .
JIM RIDdE
General ARent
Gibraltar l.lfe Ins. Co.
foe rates and information
TeL Panama t-053
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers '- Shippers Meveie
Fbeees 2-2451 2-2562
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
i Riding Or Jeaiping Classes daily
! 8 to 5 p.m. Pheee 2-2451
i : er by eppelntment.
snvxjo
TELEVISION
ELEV1SION SCRVKS
'tAUt ISttSTCH-Tl-BS)
TEL. 2-4557
Balboa Service Center
; : BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL APRIL ONLT
All Oor Ben Permaaeats
- 1540 te UM
now 13.75
BALBOA 1-ZSSS
.Fee DA eenonnel aac1 Oiett
family enly.
new canon
CAMS MAO
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
Ll.BtllM
Panama N. Terk Coioa
We Accept Any Stoves of
Gas or Kerosene
' As Initial Payment on
, 'thi Purchata of our
T A P PAN
STOVES
(The Marvel ef the atlUhea)
Call today Tel. 2-2628
BRANCH
ECONOCAS, S.A.
: BRANCH
; Tivofi Ava. 18-78

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Solid maple
, bedroom set $200.00, 2 chests
of drawers, double bed, vanity
. and bench. Must be seen te be
appreciated 5438-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: Proyecter
sound 16 mm. cheap excellent
condition. Tel., Fort Gulick II II-519.
519. II-519.
FOR SALE: One seven cu
blc toot 1954 Phllce refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, one' three door wardrobe,
one centrum and RCA four
band radio, -all In good condi condition.
tion. condition. Cell et house No. 4140,
room No. 1 Pueblo Nuevo any
time,.
FOR SALE: Sacrifice. Two
60 CPS Garrard record chang changers,
ers, changers, RC8I end RC90, $40.00
each. One 60 CPS General fi file
le file ctric 17 Inch TV, 3)106.00. Call
Albrook 3285.
FOR SALE: 'Guaranteed
per cent return. Cuentas Co Co-merciales
merciales Co-merciales preferred shares
selling et $10.- per share. Call
3-7341 or 3-4911.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle auto auto-matic
matic auto-matic washing machine, 1 1-2
years old. 25 cycle Frigideire,
freexer on top, 9 ft. 1942 Ford
Pick-up, excellent tires, $150. $150.-Cell
Cell $150.-Cell Balboa 4224.-
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
; DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
WANTED:' American fami family
ly family desires 4-5 bedroom unfurn unfurnished
ished unfurnished house with gerden in res residential
idential residential district. Call Panama
3-0208.. .."- .v
WANTED: Folding invalid
chair, good condition. Phone 3-
'5521, Panama. T'.'-'J
Murdere Bto
Go On Crime Spree
For Unborn Child
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7 (tJP)
Love can find a way, even in
irason.
A murderer and a blonde he met
in a Kansas orison told nolice to
day tnt tney went on a last funs
of crime to cet money for the
baby they expect as a result of
trysts in the prison steam tunneL
The two. 1 Hernando Cotton. 49.
an Oklahoma transient, and pretty
Mrs., Martha Stachura, 27, of
Wichita, Kan., unraveled a fan
tastic tale of secret codes, hidden
messages m love in a darkened
steam tunnel. t
The couple said they broke out
of orison lent IVnmluw en ah
could have her child "outside the
wall."
"Its our sin," Mrs. Stachura
said tearfully. "Don't blame our
child.'? ..
They were picked up by nolice
here for the kidnsp-robbery of
Anthony Travellick, 23, which they
said was their "last crime fling
and only undertaken to get money
"toMive on."
Mrs. Stachura said she met Cot
ton, a trusty from the men's Oris
on, while he -worked as a .plumb
er in tne women institution.
At first it was lust friendship!
and aa occasional cheery greeting,
she said, but the acquaintance
quickly blossomed- into love.
She said Cotton arranged a code
for hasty messages of the heart
and they managed now and then
to grasp bands in prison corridors.
The window of Mrs. Stachura 's
Cell overlooked the utility building
I a.u 1 1 f l r.t
wnere vouon worsen nigou. one
said that each evening be worked
she would light "three matches to
show I loved him.M Cotton an
sweredflashing a light three
times.
The couple, explained that they
arranged for a secret rendezvous
in the steam tunnel with messages
passed through a thin gas pipe
which raa from tne tunnel to a
store room behind Mrs. Stachurs's
The two decided to escape after
this meeting; she said, when she
realized she was pregnant.
One night they met again In the
tunneL then bid Denina a cluster
of welding bottles in the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance building for two days. Then,
when the coast was clear, tney
simply walked out through a pria pria-ea.
ea. pria-ea. gate. f
Cotton was imprisoned on a first
degree murder conviction ia 1940.
His hfe sentence was commuted to
IS ears in 1955. Mrs. Stachura
wa. given a ooe-to-uve year sen
tence last vesr for concealing
morteseed property. Her husband,
n? sua behind

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Tm ail rested up and raring

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Boats b Motors

FOR SALE:- 16 Foot Cabin
Cruiser No. 127 completely e e-;
; e-; quipped. Power steering, u u--
- u-- mote controls, 25 h.p. Evin Evin-rude
rude Evin-rude sleps two. Can be seen
at Tarpon Club Docks. Tel. 3 3-3237.
3237. 3-3237. Real Estate
! FOR SALE: Lovely modern
j, home with or without oriental
, decor 'and furnishings. Hot
I weter, 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.
Kobleman's Son Says
Princess's Romance
Far From Finished
STOCKHOLM. Sweden (UP)
R o y a 1 disapproval of Swedish
Princess Margaretha's London ro
mance, has not dulled the ardor of
her British -boy friend. : a Stock-.
holm newspaper reported today.
(The palace; issued ac communi
que Sunday, -reporting that Mar Margaretha's
garetha's Margaretha's mother Princess Sibylla
had rejected as "impossible" the
bid of a piano-playing nephew of
a British nobleman for her daugh daughter's
ter's daughter's hand In. marriage. ;
The Briton r is Robin Douglas Douglas-Home
Home Douglas-Home who earns an average of
$84 a week by working in an ad advertising
vertising advertising agency, by day. and play
ing the piano in the luxurious
Berkely restaurant by night.
The communiaue is "mire'non
sense," the newspaper Stockholm
Tidningen v quoted -. Douglas-Home
as exclaiming today, "irom my
side it is far from, finished." rn
The newspaper said w Douglas
Home seemed "disappointed"
when he (found the telephone call
from Stockholm was from the Tid
nipgen and not from .beautiful
22-year-old princess. f if
.1 Margaretna and- vougias-HOme
met in .London whue she was
there on an extended vacation a
vacation- that- apparently ended
when her grandfather, King Tiis-
taf Adolf VI, got wind -of- the ro
mance.
Count Karl Reinhold von Essen,
mastea of Margaretha's mother's
household, -painted an age-old pic
ture, of two young people in love
but without enough money to jet
mameo,? ..-."
" VKX least lor the time being she
follows .the radvice from her moth mother
er mother and her grandparents- and does
not meet her boy friend," the
count said. ,; v
The Vpalace" said King Gustaf
did not give an jut-and-out "no"
to her marriage plans but only
urged her "to give such an im
portant step a serious considera
tion.': t t-Von
Von t-Von Essen admitted Douglas
Home is from a respected British
family and nephew of the Earl of
Home, leaderet conservative
peers in the House of Lords. But
he added: U
"Douglas-Home has only ,been
working for one year. He has no
fortune of his own and cannot
support a family.
"Unfortunately- Princess .Mar
garetna is no wealthy young lady.
. . sne is worxing to Become a
child therapist but this- work does
not give her any income until her
education is completed." i
Anthony Eden
Arrives In Ottawa
OTTAWA. May (UP) Sir
Anthony Eden, 59, who recently
underwent surgery for an Internal
disorder, flew here today from
Boston to Continue his convales convalescence
cence convalescence with an old friend, Gover
nor-General Vincent Massey.
The former British prime min minister
ister minister and Lady Edeo were greet greeted
ed greeted at the airpo.t by British High
Commissioner Sir Saville Garner
and Lionel Massey, son and per
sonal secretary of the governor governor-general.
general. governor-general.
Eden will remain here until
May 2s. He underwent surgery
April 13 for a bile duct obstruc obstruction.
tion. obstruction. Dr. Richard- B. CattelL
Lehey Clinic surgeon, -performed
the' operation in New. England
Baptist HospitaL
Red Skelton
Recovering
From Virus
HOLLWYOOD. Iav fUP-
Comediaa Red Skelton today re
ported he had entirely recovered
from a mi miecuoo that storpt-
talized him last week for several
days and was resuming his tele tele-viion
viion tele-viion show tomorrow.
The actor was released from
St. John's Hositrtal at Santa
Monica Saturday. The illness hsd
forced him te cancel his CBS
television appearance last Toes Toes-day
day Toes-day and a film ef aa old show

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Bamboo living :
room set, light mahogany
modern dining room set, RCA j
Console, Westinghousev alun alun-dromat,
dromat, alun-dromat, 4 hp power lawn lawn-mower.'
mower.' lawn-mower.' Phone Amador, 5193.
Cello 14 East between Via Po-
, rras and -50th St. ,
! FOR SALE:. 11 pieces Chin Chin-oso
oso Chin-oso carved dining room v set.
Intricately carved black' o-
.' bony Chinese living room set.
.Genuine antique Chinese bar
and other Chinese furniture.
1 ei. 2-Su, Manama.
FOR .SALE: Frigidairo with
Freezer chest. Good condition.
Phono Albrook 86-4272. -
FOR SALE: v 21" G.E.T.V.
Soivol base Console. Like new
$170 or best offer. Phone: Na Navy
vy Navy 3572.'.
FOR SALE: For only $125.
complete modern dining room
set. Call 3-2145 Panama.
FOR SALE: Baby bassinet,
t Electrolux vacuum cleaner;
Zenith radio, phonograph with
204 records in English, mahog-i
any dining table and chairs.
Singer electric sewing ma ma-chine,
chine, ma-chine, Bendix automatic wash wash-?
? wash-? ing machine. Phone 757 Colon
I063T 10th., in rear.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, beautiful hand carved
liquor, cabinet, dining and liv living
ing living room, many other pieces
I furniture, carved Chinese
chest, Leonard freezer, auto automatic
matic automatic Ironing machine "Gladi,
ron";, oO cycles, and Tappan
gas stove, everything In excel excellent
lent excellent condition, owner leaving.
Call Tel. 3-9932 or 2-3012.
Quote
WASHINGTON. .Adlai E. -Stevenson,,
on large- scale hydrogen
bomb- tests' ,...-.
; ;.ti i. ':
;m .Contarhination without'.'re without'.'re-preseAtation,!'
preseAtation,!' without'.'re-preseAtation,!' ; ...-)
! AMMAN; Jordan, i- King Hui
sein, on leftist attempts to seize'
control of; Jordan:
"We have faced the dancers and
heated the conspiracies against
our country.' r f
SAN FRANCISCO., The ReV.
Fulgence Gross, J Roman Catho Catholic
lic Catholic priest who recently was releas
ed arter. six years' in Communist
Chinese prisons:
T never appreciated my. reli
gion to much as those ; years I
spent u prison, it truly, was -faith
inat aept me going."
ATLANTIA: i- W. E. Tvndale.' a
polio-crippled engineer whe with
his vile and two children was
swept through' a c u 1 v e r t in
iia&h flood:.
"There was' absolutely nothinc
we could do to fight it. We were
swept into the ; culvert,, -tumbling
em over ena unaer water. Dane-
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1,000 Troops Brought Out to Quell
Worst Riot In Poland Since Poznan

3
WARSAW, May 7 UP) A Com.
munist youth newspaper today re
ported one of the worst riots 'in
Poland ; since! last year's Poznan
revolt. : J
It said more than' 1,000 troops
and militiamen at the garrison
town of Jaroslaw battled the riot
ers who threw stones and attacked
the troops with their fists. (The
troups finally overcame the mob
with tear gas. Mtneteen persons
were seized and six were held un
der formal arrest. ,t
' The 1 number of 'fniured was not
given. But the description of the
disturbance in the youth newspa
per "Szpandar Mlodycb indicat
ed it was one ox the worst riots in
a series that began with the three-
day Poznan revolt against the
Stalinist, regime last June 28 and
continued last fall after the Titoist
regime of- wiadysiaw uomuixa
took over, the1 country.
. The riot started when military
police arrested a drunken soldier
in Jaroslaw,. a town of 20,000 near
the Soviet border. The newspaper
dispatch indicated s that the inci incident
dent incident occurred late last, week,
"His. colleagues and hooligans
defended the soldier,'.' the paper
said. "The group of brawlers
raised, a racket and moved to the
mmua post." ,
"Hundreds of. onlookers gathered
and a disturbance arose.
The rcrowd, pelted the police sta
Hon with stones and attacked mil
itiamen and member or, tne "in-
fnimnl milirAMf Bairilsl tha Ita
IC1 UAi llllAlt-ai Jf 0ava,vva vav
per said. 'One of those beaten was
a miu.ua sergeant.,
Anneals for calm "had no : ef
fect and 'the riot Increased" the
newspaper said.
. "In -view:, of, .this,' the militia
used tear gas and a militia bat-
Spanish-American
War Widows Gel.
Pension
-WASHINGTON, May vt (UP) H
The House passed and sent to tne
Senate- today legislation to In
crease, the nension paid to widows
of veterans of the Spanish-Amerl-
They' now' get. $54.18 per month
if married after 4 the- veteran's
service or $67.73 if. married durin?
his period -in uniform, tne bin
would raise these payments to $75
per month, -, ; ; ?
"About 83,200 widows are affect affected.
ed. affected. Their- average age is 73. The
higher pension would cost $20,139,-
000 the first year.
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wa.-, unlike those of later' wars,
are eligible for the non-service-
connected .. pensions without le-l
gard to need. :" ;. ', .: ',
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talion and a military alarm bat battalion
talion battalion intervened'! to help the reg.
ular army men and other militia militiamen
men militiamen struggling- with the, crowd.
The paper blamed the not on an
"excessive quantity .. of alcohol"
consumed at parties. : "i
The government,, plagued by a
rash of "hooliganism"- and street
brawling in recent months, took a
serious view of the riot.
A special military commission
was formed to investigate and-, a
civilian inquiry also" was launched.
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WASHlNSTONrMa? 7 fTIPV-
The ) Census Bureau reported to today
day today ihat the 48 state government
spent 468 million': -dollars t taatt
than they, took W is' revenues dur
ing the .1956; fiscal year. .,: j ;
i at red .- ink, spending brought
their total debt ;to a. record high
of $12,890,000,000.
a purvey of state spending
for the t fiscal year which ended
last June 30 the-Census Bureau
said the states'", expenditures to totaled
taled totaled $18,857,000,000, a new record
and. an increase of ; 9.8 per cent
over' the''Previou ysjur.-t.'jf-.
It said the states took in $18, $18,-389,000,000
389,000,000 $18,-389,000,000 during the'' year,; also
an all-time high and 13.6 per cent
above the previous; 12 months.
The bureau;, found ; the states
spent more oa education last year
than, for any other function. This
outlay" totaled ts ,679.000.000. van in
crease. of12.t;pert cent, over fiscal
1955. V' , ;'.'..-i..':';' "v.--'h'":";-.-,
Running a lose: second to school
spending i were expenditures fof
highways., Thee totaled $5,351, $5,351,-000,000,
000,000, $5,351,-000,000, an increase" of 11.2 per
cent over. the .previous year, t
" Spending. for public welfafe rose
slightly last year ; to a total of
$2,672,000.000. .Expenditures tot
health and hospitals rose o.$ per
cent $1,602,000,000. i ? '-r :
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aii dux ai nuiuon auuars oi uo
total state debt was of a long-terra
nature' More than 70 per cent of
the $2,121,000,000 state. borrowing
last year, was by seven jitates-i-
Cahfornia,', jConnecticut, -IllinoM,
Louisiana,. "Massachusetts, New
York and Ohio, y iy
The Census Bureau, found that
taxes provided .. $1375,000,000 or
about 75 per cent of all state rev revenues
enues revenues in fiscal 1955. ;j : -fi-
In the tax category1, 'Individual
income taxes imposed by 31 states
rose about 25 per ? cent between
1955 and 1956 to a record high of
$1,374,000,000.;, 1 Corporate income
taxes rose about 20 per cent to
890 million dollars t
The largest revenue source for
states was general sales and gross
receipts taxes,, w h i c h provided
$3,036,000,000. This category sup-
pued tne states witn zs per cem
of. their total tax yield even
though it was imposed by only 33
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haken u he leave the Bethesda Naval Hospital In Waahtog Waahtog-f
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12nd YEAR

MANAMA, R. TUESDAY, MAT 7. 157 -.

FIVE CENTS'

om o Legislators Seek E asy Way

To Fire Negro Vets From Teaching Jobs

YOKNAPTAWPNA COUNTY..veteran teachers sn that Negroes

May7 (UP) The Alabamajcan be fired without hearings for

legislature convened t o d a y,

Dnngina; to live the number tf

lawmaking bodies now In session

and concerned with bolstering

segregation laws or .tneir states,

The most controversial of nu

merous bills prepared for the

Alabama legislative hopper was

one to abolish job-safeguards of

Romania Diplomat !ye of McCarthys Hometown Folks
Gets Heave-Ho i k- . ... i

Attend Kites At yo-Year-uld Lhurch

From London Post
; LONDON, May 7 (UP) The
Foreign Office today ordered
exoulslon of a dinloniat from

Communist Romania on charger friends paid last respects to Sen

that he tried to recruit Roma Romanian
nian Romanian refugees here as spies.

APPLETON. Wis., May 7 JP)

Thousands of hometown

i' The man Involved is Eueen
Perlanu, an attache at the Ro Romanian
manian Romanian Legation since August
'1951.

He has been
within a week.

Joseph R. McCarthy today in
the 98-year-old little brick
church he attended since he

was a boy.

high mass was
him at 1 p.m.

to be sung for

An estimated 25-30,000 persons
filed through St. Mary's Catho Catholic
lic Catholic Church last night and today

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tor's Sena-tor's body and a solemn requiem

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late today with military honors
ih St. Mary's -Cemetery beside

his parents, Timothy and Bridg Bridget
et Bridget McCarthy. ;
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Mar thin 1,000 ptneni tnwi-,
d Hi church ind Irs bumnt far
th filial ritti, and hundred! f
ethan Uttanad fa rh Mrvicaf a a-var
var a-var laudiaaakan an th church
law.

Services were conducted by
the Rev. Adam M. Grill in the

same little church where Mc McCarthy,
Carthy, McCarthy, 48, was baptized Nov

23, 1008 nine days after his

birth.

Two other services were held

yesterday in the U.S. Senate and
St. Matthews Church in Wash

ington, P. C. ; ;
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From St. Mary's, the funeral
party was to move to the cem

etery,, one and a half miles a
way. for the burial. The Ameri'

can Legion, will sound taps, the

Marines will fire a 20-gun salute
and Marine bodyguards will

present the flat draping the

icket to the widow before bu

rial.
Lines more tharf a block lone
filed' through the church until
late last ni?ht in the town
where' McCarthy ran his first
political races.

trying to teach integrated class-

In the legislatures, of North
Carolina, Florida, South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina and Texas are pending
measures designed to retard by
various means the effects of
federal court orders to inte integrate
grate integrate schools or lower other
segregation barriers.-
Georgia, Tennessee and Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas have already enacted

such laws this year: Mississippi

and .Virginia have done so in
previous years and the Louisia Louisiana
na Louisiana legislature la expected to re receive
ceive receive similar proposals next
week.
This concern over preserving
segregation was reflected in

Southern opposition to the fed

eral education bill in Congress. A

House committee yesterday re refused
fused refused to approve a rider that
would deny Federal school con construction
struction construction funds to areas which

refuse to Integrate schools:

In a new Southern legislative

development the North Carolina

General Assembly last nignt re

ceived a bill tor require tne Ra

tional Assn. tor tne Advancement

of Colored people, to show its

membership rolls to state off!

ciais.

Meanwhile. Negroes opened a

voter registration drive in Mont

gomery and in nearby Wetumpka

yesterday and oinciais m me

two central Alabama cities re

ported unusually heavy registra

tions. s

- Hoards of registrars in mom mom-gomery
gomery mom-gomery and Wetsmpka rseet

ed "unusually" large -numbers He said most of the registrants

of prospective voters lined op

to register. .
The move Is backed by the
Motngomery Improvement ,Assn.
the Negro civic, organization that
sponsored the year-long- boycott
of M6htgomery city buses which
were desegrated last year.
Rufus Lewis, a Negro business

man" and chairman of the MIA
voting committee, predicted that
at least 20Q Negroes would apply

for a votlnsr certificate.

At Wetumpka, Herbert Moores,

a member of the Elmore county

board of registrars, reported his
office resletered more than 40

Negroes, "That exceeded what

we have done over a whole year;
he added.. ;

Little League

Boys 8, Girls 5

Counterattacker
Ma MOINES. Iowa. Mav T

(UP) Harry Fldler was back in

lail todav. livinor nroof that

1. Thieves always return to

the scene of their crimes and

2. Life is Just a vicious circle.
Fldler, free Just two days from

serving three years for shop

lifting In Hill's Department
Store, went back to the same

store Saturday and was arrest

ed fot shoplifting.

"Thirteen hAhlM wer horn : at

5oco Solo I. Hospital during the

week- ending at midnight Wed

nesday, according to the regular
hospital report.. During the same

period, 85 patients were admit admitted:
ted: admitted: and 84, were discharged.

is Babies were born to the .fol

lowing United. States .citizens:

Mr, and Mrsr Clive Lewis, of

Margarita, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Suit, of Coco Soil Soil-to,
to, Soil-to, son; Ma, and Mrs.- William
Harris, of Fort Gujlck, son:' Mr,'
and Mrs. Benjamin Holland, of
Coco Soil to, son; Mr., i and Mrs.
Richard, Scheldeggt i. of Gaiun
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Donald
fitovall of Coco Solo, aon said
Mr. and Mrs. James Shobe, of
Oatun, daughters r;
Babies, were born to the fol

lowing parents of other national

ities:; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Bramwell, of Colon, son; Mr.
and Mrs. Felipe Sanchez, of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John
Lingwood, : of Brazos Heights,
son; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Alex

ander, of Colon, daughter:, Mr.
and Mrs. Rupert Sobers, of
Rainbow City; son: Mr, and Mrs.

Antonio Roberts, of Rainbow

City, son.

were 90 years old. '"They clogged

the probate judge s ornce

He said many of "them are

qualified voters now." He added,
''it seems to be a wholesale prop proposition.
osition. proposition. The move has apparent apparently
ly apparently been coached all the way
through."
Only one white person, Moores
said, registered.

Lewis charged the Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery board purposely delayed
registration by refusing to al allow
low allow Negroes to register in line
customarily reserved for white
applicants, White lines were
virtually empty.
Negroes were forced to stand
as long as six hours, Lewis
charged, -', because the board
would not nermit them i to use

the white lines where clerks sat. ; BONN,: Germany, May 7 -OTP)

h KuM "onlv one out of eiarnt British Prime Minister Har-

Negroes ,wh6 apply are ever, old Macmillan warned today j
granted a certificate to vote.'1, that -there can be ho settlement

Only about z,3uu oi Montgom-;oit European proDiems as long

ery's 01,000 wegroes are reeis- as oermany Temains oivioea

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man, gambler Frank Costello (left) leaves a New York "police
station after .being questioned about the scalp wound he re.
celved from an unknown gunman. Costello, 66, was shot as he
was entering the lobby of his apartment building. The wound
- was not considered serious. t 7

Macmillan Tells iGerm'aris
He Favors Reunification

tered. Four years ago there were

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Potter Goes To Bat For Pan Am's CZ-Madrid Route Bid

Th world! worst' writing Is a
doctor's prescription written with

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WASHINGTON, May 7 (UP)

Gov. W. E. Potter of the Pan Panama'
ama' Panama' Canal Zone appeared be

fore the Civil Aeronautics Board

todav In suDDOrt of Pan Amer

ican World Airway's application

for a new air route from canal
Zone to Madrid via Miami and

Puerto Rico.1 : .r
I am not here to petition for
Pan American Airways as such
but for the establishment of an
American, flag carrier 'between
the Canal Zone and Europe."
Potter said In the CAB hearing.

He said 85 per cent of the
travel between North and South
America was business travel.
These people, he said, repre represent
sent represent the public relations for the
U.S.- i..-.
The failure of the United

States to have a route directly

we -are taking ourselves out of
the position of American get up
and go" for which the U.S. Is
traditional known. V
He estimated there 'were 15, 15,-000
000 15,-000 U.S. citizens in the Canal
Zone outside the military, and

a large population of Americans

"We admire the attitude of

the- -German people and sym-

pathize with you," -Macmillan
said in an : airport statement
shortly after his arrival ? from
London. "With you we believe

that there will be no solution of
European problems without Eu European
ropean European reunification.'
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West German Chancellor Koh Koh-rad
rad Koh-rad Adenauer, with whom Mac Macmillan
millan Macmillan will confer during his
three-day visit aimed at thaw-,
ing out the chill In relations be between
tween between theirtwo countries caus caused
ed caused by Britain's abrupt decision
to slash its forces here, thank-!
ed him and added: "
'. "The creation of a new order

In Europe- and 'the world are

problems which cannot be solv-j

ed in- Jew- months v or' years.

great- persistence -an df; l;mloht

say, great optimism and the be

lief that what is really good will

rwm in tne ena. - .?s

Adenauer -also thanked Mac

millan for his pledge of support!
on German reunification and

tor stressing "human rather

than political problems" first on

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After the welcomlnfr' ceremo

nies. the pair and their adviser:

drove the 20 miles to Bonn trorrf
WahQi'.-Airportf ;whera Macmil
lan's plane landed at noon (1
a.m.'EDTJ, for the first, visit by
a- British Prime ; Minister-"to s
sovereign Germany Since the

lounwy of Nevill Chamberlatr.

in 1838. c 1

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