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, v Free poliomyeliti$ vaccine injections are now available
to all adults -eligible for medical care in the Canal Zone,,
it has been announced by the Health Bureau.
The injection are being made available without
charge through efforts of the Canal Zone committee of the
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis which ; has
offered to procure enough vaccine for free administration
-to all eligible persons. ,' !, "". ''
. Effctive immediately all adults
over 20 years of age may ob
tain the vaccine during reRular
office hours at the out-patient
clinics of Gorgas and Coca Solo
HospitalSi or at "any ol the lirst
aid stations located in the vari
ous Canal .Zone communities.
Sine lirt Dcmbtr th polie polie-.myelitit
.myelitit polie-.myelitit viecin hai fcetn aviilabU
t tligjblt 4utt it ring ring-'
' ring-' inj from 50 "' $2 for tach
- Injection.- 'm..!'"'. .;':-
The adult proeram Is separate
Xrom the" Immunization uro
gram for eligible individuals un
der 20 years of age and for ex
pectaht mothers, a program
which has been in effect in the
Canal Zone for the past year
and one half.
Adults eligible for Canal Zone
medical care include employes
of all VS. Government agencies
and their dependents, and all
residents of the Canal Zone
' Uniformed personnel- of the
Armed Forces and their depend
ents and U.S.-rate civilian em
loves or theArmed Forces may
ecelve the r vaccine : without
harR--at-the- disppr.ar.. at
various military installations.-
- It WJ hopti that firh th adfnin-
. a t t -.t ; ...1.1 ft. .1
cKarf. all adults will tak adrant-;
M af tk program and Mar the
' nriaa f injaetiaru a at o--'
aibla in ardar ta obtain fh -maxi
mam benalit from th vaccina b
. for tha poliomvolitii aaaaafi which '.
. normally btfina lit Soptombor an
tha lithmaa. i !;'.
Health Bureau officials point pointed
ed pointed t oanUthat there must be:a
minimum period of approxim approximately
ately approximately a month between the first
Ti? FcrCiiJos; :
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WASHINGTON UP A timely
tip for June brides nd,; grooms:
Hive your honey moon right, in
' your 'own home. "
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Here are just some, of the sd sd-vnntages
vnntages sd-vnntages listed' by Dr. John R.
Csvansgh, note4 psychiatrist: -fi
Less chance of getting tired.
'-Less chance of getting bored.
H's Cheaper, laddie. ; --.;
anil Georgetown universities, tol!
social hvirne ooeiety mcetint;
Monday "'The-best advice which
tan be given to most couples con con-.
. con-. ceming the honeymoon is to spend
It at home." .
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' He said the honeymoon "may
Snake" or break-a marriage."
' But, he said, too often ; the
f-oom arrives at the., altar ex exhausted
hausted exhausted after a big bachelors'
party the previous night. '
Moreover, he said, the bride Is
p. obably just as exhausted from
the weeks of preparation and par-
tics before the wedding. ;, j
- CaVanagh said then they rush
of. to i "some uncomfortable ; and
expensive hotel" and frequently
it's all a "disappointing experi experience."
ence." experience." ,. ;
H aaid with both of them
the shape they are in it might be
just as weu ior nrm k V-'i
borne ana get a gooa msui a
sleep. -" : ;
men, ss aaia, urics
few weens toey can s mr
customed to each other
U a re-
Dag To Visit
JERUSALEM. Israel. May 8
(UP UJ. Screury-Ger.eral.c
Dai EammarsklOid will arrive!
tomorrow morning from I
t for a 8-hour series of!
ton-ievel talks on the tlnderbox
Ein situation, it was:
-.nrr-l here todav.
The exaci time of hi? arrival
. nn bi trcrem wa kept ajtse part in (he June 117 nival
Clorfcrcrel for security reasons. rview.
..i k J
Panama 2-0975 Colon 779
and second Inoculations and
a minimum period of seven
months between the second and
final injection, 1
Some protection however." Is
afforded by the initial injec injections.
Those' receiving the free in injections
jections injections may, if they, wish, make
a-., contribution to the Canal
Zone committee of the National
Foundation lor Infantile Paral Paralysis.
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Aussie 'Pircics' ilcsd US Carrier; ;
Admire! On Ocnlnnton Not Amused
- syuwEY, Australia, i: May I
( UP) Ten Sydney University
pirates capturea tne U.S. air
craft carrier Bennington today
earaDoara ; cuuasses .The
aamirai was not amused. :
The group of students, dressed
aV pirates- and carrying a skull
an -crossbonea' flag with their
AkB-believ-wori "Towcd but
ti the side sot the carrier in the
naroor:at dawn.-y. ,,
They : ciambered, i aboard ui
noucea and made them wav th
we empty bridge. There, they
sounded the chemical warfare
alarm.- Startled officers and sail.
ors lumDiea out ot ; bunks and
rushes to quarters.";
Only a skeleton fcieht
aboard the 2.500. man shin a
Sydney newspaper quoted one em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed officer as- savins' th
guard usually posted t the ton
ot tne gangway was not there. An Another
other Another paper said the students held
their ground for a .while on. the
bridge. ;- : .. -y
But eventuallv. ; u. S. Morino.
ftwicH uiciu iuu m mem pu
the ship. 1 i
The Beitnineton is visiter! Svrl-
bey in connection with, ceremonies
commemorating the 15th aniver aniver-sry
sry aniver-sry of the battle of the Coral Sea
wmcn neipeq stop tne Japanese
uvance on Ausiraua in Mav
1942. : ; v. ; ;
American officers eteent fnr
As. .... -r
uie unnamea aamirai trmir th
prank in good if somewhat era-
orrassea numor. ; ,:
;One of the students said "there
was a terrific commotion.'
"Security officers thought It was
a great joke, but the Admiral was
a bit peeved. He was' waving his
rjsion ana ne looked pretty grim
The students' wer sent nhnr
in the old wooden boat they had
ufed to sneak out to the huge war warship
ship warship in the harbor., s i
The prank was one of several
students played In the Sydney
PUT PANAMA. CANAL
WASHINGTON, May 8 CP)
Majaiine editor Norsnan
Ceusins proposed last night
that the United States place
the Panama Canal a a der
British Tars To 7
Land As Paupers,
lAj.Auu.N (L P) a London news-
paper.ssid today the British treas
JJry should be "keel-hauled" for
resenung Britain in a U. S. Navy
inf Britain in a V. S. Nv
at Norfolk, Va., eeit month.1
The more than 2.009 British sai.
ors will get just one doUar a day
4 c.a t .v.. i
tu n'.T.7e ul!r kka'rrf do! ae
"It is less thsa the crife of "ad- vlnre thm tbtt b: eriL& Is fort" Inside the U N. on behalf
mission to a cance fcail." com)1".' matln from -hlrh lhey!0f refugees In Patine, India,
niaineil t.e Lon-ion News rhroni-
It does not pay for a steak,"
"Men of the best (if no longer!
the Urgent) Nary in the worll
r u U"1 at 'ir;.nia a rupers.' :
Fnumi i;:"i aircraft tirrwr,
A'k R "vsl and -tht wr-r.;roy.
er Piamond arl IhieHei will'
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HEADING FOR THE FARM President Eisenhower looks
through the window of his small Aero Commander plane la
Washington just before taking off for his Gettysburg, Pa., farm.
area as part of an annual college
The Sydney press played up the
iory witn oiazing Headlines such
js J'Pirates; Capture Giant U, S.
kt T.iimJi II. J A military mission of the Or Or-Al
Al Or-Al Fi 01:2(1211(13 IlGSiJ 'antzation pr American,, States
i ivrMjUiiuM ,,V,M planned to fly over the towns
i, t :(" -Inf nfufntM gnrt Manns
WASHINGTON. '.May 8. (UPI
Senate critics -of the United
States, Information Agency aim aimed
ed aimed a new barrage ot question question-in
in question-in j; today at Arthur Larson, the
propaganaa .- agency s "modern
Republican': direqtor;? fafrw p
T Operations, of the USlA's over
seas jress service "were In for
especially close' scrutiny as a
Senate Appropriations subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee headed by Sen. Lyndon
B. Johnson (D-Tex.) resumed
hearings on the agency's budg
et for' the 1958. fiscal year start starting
ing starting July I. -.'. '..v ,-,:.:
The hearings had "been post postponed'
poned' postponed' for, two days because of
funeral services for the late Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy (R-WLi.K
' Larson "was asked in his first,
appearance before the. subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee last week to submit com comparative
parative comparative samples of the USIA
press service's daily output and
those of the United Press; and
Critics of the press service
contend it 'Competes unneces unnecessarily
sarily unnecessarily with American news a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies In such areas as Europe
and South America.
In a determined part of Its
budget-cutting drive, the House
recently slashed funds for USIA
from the 144 million dollars re re-ouested
ouested re-ouested by President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower to 108 million. ,-!
United Natloas control u ia
example af a new approach i
te the problem of world peace, j
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' His proposal was made at a
banquet of the America-Israel
Society, a private organization.
Guests Included Assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State William Roun Roun-tree,
tree, Roun-tree, some members of Con Congress,
gress, Congress, and nine Ambassadors.
Cousins, editor of the Satur Saturday
day Saturday Review, said in a dinner
address that peace depends on
Ma rule, of law In the world,"
and the United Nation should
into a "vehicle for
.v .-.7" '..i
n,M m r.
Tne big need. Cousins said.
T through to. peoples-!
especiaiiy the Russians
Chinese and Arabs and con-im.
the' Hdfl" m'u:;n to ub-
scribe to the rules of the game:
nd u.bmlt themselves to en-j
iorce,e wor.a law... j
Couins IiMed threo wars
in which tut 1.5. eon id fifm-
ontrate our f"stroct(Ta and
effective Intereet In the Mid-
dla Fast," Aa tha firt of
the, be said, a should ad-
Let the people know the truth and the
fANAMA. R. P., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1957
Fly Over llcnduren,
r TEGUCIGALPA, May (UP)
The United States sent a hellt
copter Jiere from Guatemala to-day-Jer-a
.nrutifci. ratjon on-the-spot
Investigation of report reported
ed reported new clashes between, Nicara Nicaragua
gua Nicaragua and Honduras. ,',-,,
A military mission of the Or-
of Clfuentes and Las Manos,
both within 38 miles of Teguci
galpa, to Investigate Honduran
charges that Nicaragua attack
ed thenr yesterday. "j
V. a. -Air "Force Col.' Robert
Saas and Panamanian Cant
Omar Torrijos. head of the mis
slon,isaid the helicopter would
permit them to land at the
towns and Interview -witnesses If
necessary. 1 t
They flew over Clfuentes yes
terday but said the weather was
so bad they.-could see nothing
and had to turn. pack. ? :
Honduran1 Foreign j Minister
Joree Fidel Duron said Nicara
euan planes' and troops used
bombs mortars and 'machine-
guns in the two attacks, j
In Managua. Nlcaragifan Col.
Carlos Silva,' secretary of the
high command, charged. -that
Honduras was bomblntr its own
towns to make Nicaragua appear
to be a truce violator. v
An,- official announcement
said Gen. Anastasio. Somoza
chief of Nicaragua's army, or ordered
dered ordered all his front units to
maintain a constant alert for
new Honduran attacks. .
voeate that the principal in in-tecjaationaJ
tecjaationaJ in-tecjaationaJ waterways should
be placed tinder the Jurisdic Jurisdiction
tion Jurisdiction and operation of the
United Natrons." .,
"As evidence of our good
faith," Cousins said, "we should
offer to place the Panama Ca
nal under United Nations con control.
trol. control. We are In the fortunate
position of being able to use the
Panama Canal as a concrete
example of the principle we
espouse before the United Na
tlons. Indeed, our relations with
Arab countries would profit
more from such an example
than from the kind of military
aid that is now being soueht"
Cousins' other two proposals
were that the VS. (1 Call in
the TTnited Kations far an end
ahd'tfj Arab-Israeli bellleerency. and
make a "masive new ef-
l anisian ana r.i nc.
Other banqoet sneakers were
Rerublk-an Senator Lererett
Sa!tontall and Israeli Ahm Ahm-ador
ador Ahm-ador Abba Eban. 5altnnstalt
eommended Israel fee aing
kept band off Jordan" dar daring
ing daring the reeent Jordanian eri-
He also said. "Our minds must
never be diverted from focus
country is safe9 Abraham Lincoln,, V J
Z b n e 's L A Schools Get
Bumper Crop On Fii;st Day
bumper, crop of 4065 boys
and girls reported'- yesterday
morning for their lirst full day
of classes in the Canal Zone
THE PULSE :
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A RICE SHORTAGE within the
next two months was antlcipat
ed here today by food merchants
as a result of the record length
of 'the present dry season, which
ha held up planting which
usually begins the latter, part of
April, j i. f
The tabloid EI 'Dla quoted
grain merchants as savin the
delay in planting would also de delay
lay delay the. harvest and could bring
about a rice shortage by about
June. i -
. These merchants have estimat estimated
ed estimated that 150,000 100 lb. sacks of
rice will be consumed between
now and the time .of the next
harvest.' -; -
The House Owners Association
yesterday urged Its members to
pay up their taxes promptly, but
warned them against becoming
victims of. certain irregularities
which the, association claimed
are belnif committed in the col
lection of taxes by the govern
ment. .4. -;'CI. -..yj. V:!.'.'
In a communique signed by
Osear R. JMuller, president and
Carlos A. Patterson, secretary,
the association ''-reminded its
membery of jtn txaggerater!
increase" in n property i taxes
and water rates and ih gov government's
ernment's government's "indif ferencer v to toward
ward toward the occupation opriyate
. Dronertv bv Intrnderav ; .V
Property owners wew also cau
tioned to examine tbAr tax bills
carefully for discrepancies re
gardlng the registration number
of the property, the period they
have, been billed for and the a-'
mount of the bill, because It
would take them months to get
a refund in the event 'that they
Over paid. ' -.
1 According to the communiique,
tax puis are sent to ooth old ana
new owners in the case of prop property
erty property which has changed hands
and; sometimes duplicate bills
are sent to one; owner,' both for
collection. ,5 v .. ,
V Other times, when several
properties are merged into
one. bills are still sent to the
owners of the Individual, par par-'
' par-' eels of land, In addition to- a-
bill to the new owner for taxes
on combined properties, the
La Hora reported today that
the Colon Import Corp. and the
Tagaropulos firm are two of the
many companies which have sisr-
nified their intention to move
out of the colon Free Zone if the
firm of Petroquimica 6 A. -seta up
Its plant there. ..
The tabloid s Colon correspon
dent said the two firms would
move out if the plant to manu manufacture
facture manufacture petroleum products is
installed in the Free Zone, toe-
cause the smell of-pertoleum
would ruin their foodstuffs and
supplies. . v
ing our actions on the basic
premise that Russia wants to
foment trouble, destroy the
state of Israel, and turn the
eyes of the leaders of the Arab
nations towards the East rather
than the West".
REUNION Tour cf some 1500 faithful Democrats who at attended
tended attended a linoa-plate fund raising dinner at the National
Guard Armory In Wanhlr.zton, DC, are shown tosether. Left
to right are: former President Harry Truman; former Senator
Tom Conn ally of Texas; Matthew McCloskey. and two-time
. Presidential candidate. Adlai Stevenson.
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elementary v and .secondary
schools in the Latin American
s ; V,
- Enrollment figures released to today
day today by the School Division
showed that this number was
153 higher than the number ho
i reported last year for the first
full schedule day in the Latin
! American Schools.
' increase in students was
in fh, ,,nnr ,n nlnr hh
school grades on both sides of
the Isthmus.,' Grades' seven to
nine reported an Increase of 66
students,' while grades ten to 12
reported 133 additional pupils.
The kindergarten enrollment
figures showed a decrease of 24
and there were 22 pupils less en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the elementary grades
one to six as compared to the
number enrolled last year.
v The largatt number af ttudonts
wai enrolled in the Rainbow El El-'
' El-' mantary school Warn thora are 984
pupils from -kindergarten through
, sixth grade. This was an Increase
of 13 ; aver tha total 'enrollment
' The second largest school en enrollment
rollment enrollment was at the Paralso ele elementary
mentary elementary and Junior High School
where a total of 796 students
registered as compared to 828
last year. Enrollment at the
Rainbow City Junior and Senior
High "School was third with a
registration of 788. y
Other schodl enrollments were:
La Boca Elementary and Junior
Elementary and Junior- High
School,, 482.. ."i; :
,v. "'- 'i'- j'H. ;:'(;''.
The "' Increase ; In the enroll'
ment at Rainbow City Element'
ary school was attributed some
what to the fact that it took In
those children wha formerly at
tended Chagres school. The
school at Chagres as well as the
kindergarten at La Boca have
been discontinued this yearjbe'
cause of reduced enrollments. 1
Registration for all children
In the, Latin American bchools
was. held Monday and regular
full sessions In all schools and
at all grade levels began yester
day morning at 8 o'clock,
111 Tears Young,
Conforms To Rule
RICHMOND, Va My 8 (UP)
"General" John Sailing, one
of three surviving .Confederate
veterans, iacea up to regula regulations"
tions" regulations" like a good soldier today.
On his last birthday Sailing
was presented a regulation Con Confederal
federal Confederal e uniform he had re requested
quested requested but found It 'too hot"
and asked for a, summer uniform
on bis 111th birthday next week.
A search of Confederate war
department regulations showed
there was no provision ior sum summer
mer summer uniforms Just this item:
In warm weather a Confederate
soldier may remove his winter
underwear. .,-.: ..;!
Eban said, "there are Arab
countries which, whether they
know It or not. may find Israel's
very existence to be a shield of
their Independence from Cairo's
hegemony or from. Pana-Isla-
r WASHINGTON, May 8 (UP) The U.Si Court of
Uaims ruled unanimously today that Panama Canal pi pilots,
lots, pilots, are entitled to be paid, time and one-half overtime
after 40 hours in a work-week, and that they should be
paid travel time for travel after the 40th hour, ,
; William S. Tyson, Washington attorney representing
the pilots said that the amount of pay recovery for tht v
1 01 pilots involved in the suit had hot yet been set.
It was estimated, that the recovery possibly would
amount to over $200,000. '
The suit which Tyson said was began "three or four -years
ago," involved Elmer G. Abbott and TOO other Pan
ama pilots against the U.S. Government; 7
'. The pilots had claimed they were entitled to time'
and a half overtime pay after 40 hours of work, and pay
for travel time after workmg 40 hours.7tf r
; The; pilots'' Suit was instigated to recover unpaid'
?JSm wa9e arn the plaintiffs during the late ;
1940 s up to July 1951, at which time the Panama, Canal
Co.was formed in a reorganizational move,' ' '
Supreme Court Justice Granb-Stay'!
Of PanCanal Tolls Revision Order
WASHINOTON,' May 8 (UP?
Supreme Court Justice John
M. Harlan today stayed a tow
er court order requiring a Tevi
ilon of Panama Canal tons
pending an appeal to the High
COUrt. i .: .
The Panama Canal company,
a government agency, sougm
the stav after an adverse deci
sion by the second US. Circuit
Court of Appeals.
steamshlo companies, wmcn
started the law suit to force, the
revision, onnosed the stav.
Harlan said: "The nxing 01
such tolls is not alone a com
mercial undertaking, but also
one that involves this country's
relations with the foreign gov
ernments- whose nationals are
users of the canal."
Gpv.J'otter Back 7
From Washington -:
Gov W. E: Potter returned
early-this morning by plane
from the United States after an
absence of about a week, v
During his trip to Washing
ton, he appeared before the Sen
ate Appropriation su6commit-!ghlp
tee and before
The other Ambassadors present
were those from Costa Rica,
Cuba, Uruguay, Finland, Yugo Yugoslavia,
slavia, Yugoslavia, Ceylon, Norway and Aus Australia.
US Sergeant Held
In Fatal Shooting
Of Chinese Peeper
TAIPEI, Formosa. May t (CP)
Tha U. 8. Army announced to-
itr it will try a master serreant,
cn a charge of "wilful and nn-j Third Army headmiartera,
lawful kiUing" of a Ciuaese Na-J which has Jurisdiction bi the
finalist ollicer be surpriaed, case, said the new trial dat has
prowUng in the. night outside his bee set for June 25 at Hunts
i ermosaa home. fville. Ala, home of Redstone? Ar
al. Sgt. Robert G. Reynolds, ofsenal where the Army officer is
Rising Sun, Md, and CoatesvilleJ stationed.
I a.,' is accused of fatally shooting j Niekeraon is charged In court
Liu Chi-jan, S3, outside his home, martial proceedings with.d a a-on
on a-on Crass Mountain last MarrM 2Q. tn bo ting a memorandum cert
Chinese police said Sevnoids, a talnlnc alleged classified In for -Korean
War veteran, -fired two mation about the mlMl.e pro'
shots at Liu when be caught the gram.
Chinese officer peeping thrfugn Nickerson denies he rve away
th bathroom wiadow at Mr. ReyH ay secrets In the crunrt,
noids. (which was a irorr-otio pio f-r
Aa official Army release tailed th Army's inter-re- su rarre
the Chineso officer a -night prowl- ballistic missile. V J t ter, r r-tr
tr r-tr jmy rocketeers rr.-'-j t- J,
It said tha eourtmartial of Rey4tr has gone 23 nr. -..'o t.-.a
sclda was expected to take place Air fw weapon. t-. Iter, has
sometime Uus month, (set left the ground.
ravel lime t
He said to require the compa company
ny company to go ahead with the toll
revisions before the law suit is
settled "might embarrass, our
relations with such loreign jro? jro?-ernments.''
ernments.'' jro?-ernments.'' .
Anolher Red Ship
- The Soviet ship Kronstadt was
translUng the Panama Canal Canal-today
today Canal-today en route, to the.Russlaa
port of Nakhodka with a. irrn
of Cuban sugar. No unusual In-,
cldents were reported In t h e
routine operation. J
.The 461-foot vessel, largest of
the. Soviet craft which have gone
through the Canal .this
reached Cristobal yesterday -aft-
,lmun . .1 . .
"""vu, nuiiieaaureraens waa
sUrted shortly after her arrival
principally to check on any ma
lor changes In the KronaUdft
since her previous transit In De December,
cember, December, 1948. ,
Ther KronsUdt marker! tffa
fifth appearance of a Soviet
this year. She started tht
transit under the same security
measures enforced for other
Russian vessels, These Include
the posting of armed guards a-
board and close surveillance ol
the ship while in Canal waters.
Central Figure In y
ATLANTA. (UPI Defense
counsel for Col. John C. Nicker Nicker-son,
son, Nicker-son, central fl?ure in aa Army
Air Force guided missile wntro
versr. has won a 4 1 -d nnt
ponement of his trial and the
right to look at classified tnJor-
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I THE MAM BOX
' By VICTOR RIESEL
2 -' The incidence of alcoholism has risen so sha rply on tM
r .fi. 1 i.ohi.i-1 nirs -ffinrth flmona the major
4t iPITl AS JLUICi MiU iowfc .if -
jU diseases. .Agents
to be in the 40 year oracne him aivviu, '"u,u" v"vu"
aarw teens and twenties. In attempting to-find the cause acl-
f hafad"nced many theories, but nothing in the way of a
Pan?anJ.n.t?ur'- .u.., iirnM' ,a.v whrked'.tirelesslV on
I ewcino,.iwyM.j I-o--r, -:.i,:-. Tin. t.hom for
i tv nrnhlmi for man? year aa aiuv
. J .irnMrtnr efforts and natience. However,-thett percentage
: :r i. ?n .. nr hm wiU concede and they nnai-
1 ."Mi ITiT.tiPr.t to trt Alcohoics Anbnymous;
t V 'While heTenerarp
i -k!- ,ninin i whatever about: AA. there are few- things
I which we definitely m .nob-; s- YWJyZ!2XVX
f rst, and foremost, we areAot against the jessing and
.eTtoKdf alcoholic- dttint
- JBecondly we are not. reiormers, evaauw w jiuiv
Mo gooders 1 We have ridden, staggered or been dragged over
the rocky road of uncontrolled ;"?.tt.!
' WhafvhaVe in SiVtoWptt
.-beyerages without, undergoing adverse .personality changes, sert sert-uLaai
uLaai sert-uLaai health deterioration, and, addlction .-&m
tfirr Srri f .anitaciiims: administer no drugs,
r,ym.Wor hWosls. In AA we learn to face our problem
Mainly.' Jto one got drunk for us nor can we ayuov sophcw
'Kr wete used up Ml the excuses ever conceived by
I, by proxy, wevo imbu uw virinklnp but were
,&.iin to ratlonaiizS -and justify our drinking but were
f never able to offer a single valid reason. .
! We coUect no dues, iees or assessments, further, we extract
no pT5mls nor do we bind anyone in any way tc-our. anony anony-imova
imova anony-imova feUowship either by oath or obUgaUon. .
I"1 .Tn.i. anxiai nonition. nrofesslon or wealth
. neicner muiuiij i r r . ....
ft. ..l.."..!..) i a a wo- o.rA interested m one uuni omyj
tfaVIHIt MXIV .aiauiiLuuu t . ... 1
,,r nn nohrletv and helnlng others witn an ncu-
jtnouc propiem owes. w"1" "-x .
Vt RELIGION IN JUNIOR COLLEGE '
I.fiir: .... ' '-, : V'i '.
A 'few weeks ago an, "Indignant Parent" protested, agatost
' the assemblage fy certain reaglou's group at the. Junior col-
!oun" were speaonjt m these, assemolies,.Hnd sne-ad not wan
.S-.i.s!S;r.5M inimencea. uv tnem;. iurtneimore She
tlSiiw:Ww-o; Krou nolcated v uruoa uf we
! uh ?At!:.,i.r;f.Uik iW:WBt?ih.: studinl nreaidtnt
iof the group was tola'Mcenwy sn: thr)oaid no onge;mee
'together on scnodl gtQurt&s: VitiUttiViiimii
i ThU I think' grave ihjotlce,' and ttinaicatts aome
: ..,r". r.J;t-nort nr hmenne.- --ihe Krouoinat-was
lnmnlnatiiAalauWii' :1(alMtnwaici.. IH caP!:?r n i
J .,mnt. erv coiteBe eambus and university in the vnwea piaws,
Jicanada ana Engiand. s'lrie ,organizaU)n u weu stalled ; Py'.in-r-i
-" it hai a refutation for promoting a
.f!7- 4nf.tioi. on well-rounded. DrOtzram wormy ox any
SUV,. T- '' V
campus. t hMii Mmii Th one
The IOCS! cnapiers uo iww m uu ""' J Iw, Vi
the Junior. College mei at iot uva uuij,
.snM la not 'comnuiaonr. Tne parucipation w muy
! t...i Pnii, mpr. at t.n noan hourj. .and the aena-
!KTftvrr"rhB iutlclDitlon of 'many denomlna-
Jitional groups In the program indicates only the high degree or
! ""TT- .tn nmon in hasle. matters of the Christian
If the -Indignant Parent" is concerned about the religious
,t;nS which her daughter my be exposed to, I thtak per
of every nature aro ever uu w. -- m
!'worae toan the ne she was concerned about. And
jlSd bttomi better Informed about the organization which
ItfreecfS of worship ha. been slgnlflcanUy curtUed In this ln-
1-' "wonder why It's so hard to get tomato ktehuP f?Mpnfm.
rterie. thesa days. Somewhere I heard some e"Jn J'teJ
I f!rrrfir" .; t 1. n the local nrodueer had better
1 protective wuui-
eresSknown Spanish adage that goes like this:
JrU b5VelIlantroro noU
Cr with the native ketchup, too much cn.tro'.Co"w cn.tro'.Co"w-13toe
13toe cn.tro'.Co"w-13toe product has that sickly sweet taste 'Which
t.xto nf onion and aarllc Is revolUng to the iur.es oi
we accustomed to the more refined and wttJa flavorWj oi v
"different brands of lmporUd ketchup we used to pe able to get
WHAT DO YOU HEAR?
.v.a foii nnw vrv 8) romDlalns of the trouble
''iS Iallto rpMamrfrom the Canal Zone by telephone. ,
tChtomovf ckVfew place, to the rwraa y Lus gripe
i.IrorfSS dawhit I get on picking up my
it . ,T. . J.. J .llanaa T atVAl TTlB
I nhone is. Instead or tne mailing uu
X haUowed feeling of having a direct line to the cathedral at
If lf"when' the bin falls due. Fuena j Lus got as much silence
S'frcJ itZul get from the telephone .ervic. for which I P7.
SM-TtTO to tTx"ffi eorts to
'cata Tmynlcer..'When I need a nause. for meditative hush dur-
Sm hecUe day's work fll go take a .troll round Las Bovedas.
it Whin I 5ck up my telephone. I want the dialling tone. y
Thft is a. storv of loan from u
nlon treasuries with Interest, hu
man, interest. It's the storv. of Air
r orce personnel who are at home
in the air but have no place .to
live en the ground over w h i h
they streak at 2,000 miles an hour
as guardian angels.
These are the men who fly the
giant bombers for the Strategic
Air Command and tha jets for the
fighting wings. Tney're at j a-m-p.cked
bases desperately short of
decent living quarters for the Air
Force personnel because the De-
lense vept.' is snort' on casn ,ior
For monthi new the Air Porto
has' bean looking for scores of
minion ,of ollar to finance thla
homing construction, but money
is tight and it would not ba. goK
ton from banks and other invaa invaa-tors.
tors. invaa-tors. Finally the Air! Force" get
ta two union and It now ha.
at laait S40.0M.0M with which to
build comfortable low e'o a t
homos for, the man expected le
DTOtdet u.-' T-i; tV- vVf-sw' i
And: if Sen. John McClellan wants
to see the result of honestly-kept
union funds; he need only drive
out from little Rock to tne Strat
egic .Air Command base outside
that city. -There the "International
Ladies' Garment Worker's Union,
led by David Cublniky, ana tne
Internatiqnal Brotherhoold of Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Workers, led by Gordon
Freedman end' Joe Keenan, got up
$10,000,008 apiece to b u i Id Air
rorce. personnel housing.
,It has never been publicly te-
Dortedthat the Electrical Workers
hav. nut a. total r of. 10.000.0001
more m simuar, Jioraa uiuiiung ai
Fort Stewart, Ga a base near
Providence. R. I., add another in
New. Mexico. Add to this, another
(10,000,000 whieb Dubinsky's nee
die trades workers -have just put
into a simuar nroiect at tne btead
jet fighter base outside Keno, Nevada-.
. v .
Ne slot machine gamble,,.aiL tbls.
These investments are doubly In
sured and bring four per cent Jn
terest to .the unions.- .;
For neither .union is this mort
gage venture an experiments Du-
binsky has some 85,ooo,ooo ear
marked out- of his 'union's, funds,
which -total about a. Quarter of a
billion doUars ind increase at the
rate of $25,000,000 a year in cua
ai ior uiB x.iecirica4 noinera.
they have-not put a limit on the
money may re .investing to wipe
out-slums and make jobs.,! )
' jThey're- m it for the duration
at the rate of $18,000,000 annually
in addition to the money .. they've
lent the Air Foree and the Penta-
gon for conatrufttion -oft homes
near the muitsry centers, i;
; "Wre not- only interested In
keeping construction going, but in
building homes in that price range
which, all working people- can 'af
ford," Gordon Freeman and Joe
Keenan have said. ; .-
' Fori thorn thla Investment ad ad-venture
venture ad-venture began last May when
.some of-the lectrlcal Worker
Union leaders were in San. Fran
citce. They talked to construe
tien camparry people who told
thorn that they would have to go
out ef.buainea and drop-some
1,401 construction workers unless
the' tight money market eased..
There was iwt ne money to be
The union men returned to Wash
inirton.' After lookini over the
money market, they decided to
throw In money from tne organi organisation's
sation's organisation's nension and death ben
efit funds." ;' They figured .they
could put up $1,500,000 monthly lor
construction projects. This money
would be safeguarded In govern-;
ment guaranteed mortgages, keep
I "And. JHe Vas So Delicate at Bith, Too"
4 ,r(l;Vuy .:-
rv" s? M W ""' lsrh"'.
. MI,,-rrir, ,1iM.iaia. n r i --.T?!&.r r tM.MM'V :'
y MIW FIARSON
Walter Wihchell In MeivYom
THE BROADWAY CROWD:
Caleb About Town: Prince Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon Murat. of the Bonaparte
family), getting curtseys m .. the
Carlton House foyer. Traces- ? nis
ancestry to Napoleon's sister. Art
thur Godfrey .piloting his cream
hued Eldorado along Park Avenue
with his chaurfefur- seated ele
gantly alongside. Liberace- (in the
Eden Roc bistro) beaming about
the 30 lbs. he sbed. .Truman Ca
pote, whose next book (for Ran
dom pousej: wiu empioy kuu woras
(in dozens of chapters) to unveil
the entire theme. 'J'aulette God God-dsrd
dsrd God-dsrd dragging'her $15,000 hinchil hinchil-la
la hinchil-la coat along the floor at Goldie's
as though: it were rainy day mink
;Uanet Blair fCSesars wile';
revealing that she took the name
Blah from- the, Peiinsy' County in
which- she' wss born.' Her' real
name: Martha Janet Lafterty.
Nancv Olson. Elizabeth Eraser and
Sylvia Daneel, pert young actress actresses
es actresses In "The Tunnel of Love" hit,
baby-sifting their infantry in the
central ran sun, v
. Sallied In Our Alley: They were
eabbina abdut auizard Charles Van
Doren'i new NBC contract. and
that network's Plan to make a tel
evision star of him. i"Wheo TV
gets a guy that smart." heckled a
Reuben's wit, "you'd think they'd
put him in charge!"i .In Lindy's
a table of comics chopped up tne
Marilyn ; Monroe-Milton iGr een e
spnt-out. "wnat Drone inem upr
asked one. .J'Tbe ususal thing,"
said another, "Succes ', .-.
Broadway Story: -Emmett Rog
ers, asociate producer oi rao
Time: For Sergeants' made his
managerial bow with that- iuian
ter.' Today he rates among the phinfi Owaissa Cottle. .. .Matt Pen
m at work and Tin the rat-holi oushiL .It has grossedwer 5
buildings out of major city Mums.
So, today the Electrical Workers
Ur-ion is lending money 4 to eon-
trsctors In San Francisco, Mtnnea
nnlii. St. PauL Kansas City. Chi
cago. St Louis, Detroit, Cleveland
and New, York City. ,.
Someone should set this flnaa
eisl sais to lyrics and music, for
this is truly a ballad for Araer-
cans. From the carefully counted
dollars of the skilled craftsmen of
the wondrous electrical world and
the bent over figures of the nee needle
dle needle trades shops come glistening
apartments. playgrounds and
parka. as-the older generation -re
oars the land which gave st so
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
PIVOT Perdval T. Brundaia
abOAC, PreaideBt EisenbowaT'i
budget director, is of neceestti
a central tfur ia eurrect struf struf-g!ce
g!ce struf-g!ce to alaab spending. Tber
ere pHfalla, aa Brvodag has
dJacovered. He was pro)ct-t
Into the etifitroverty ever man man-eerrice
eerrice man-eerrice rlanhea rboa be admit admitted
ted admitted he'd turBed down eerlfei
requests because be didnt full;
undfTftand the Port Office-De-partireat
million dollars to date. ; .Ha is a
former actor, .He was '- In t h e
east of -"Papa Is All" when he be became
came became the first Equity member to
be drafted. .He took part in the
North African invasion. .Today
Rogers sits on the committee of
producers negotiating a new basic
agreement with his old union. .
About 15 yars ago the Army in interrupted,
terrupted, interrupted, his aspirations to a a-mount
mount a-mount to' something in the' Tnea-
Importants because of a show a
bout G.Is. .
r Memos'1 o e MldnJghtert. They
keep saying Franchot. Tone and
actress Dalore Dorn-Heft will
be marrlad or are ( they T ...Bat ...Batty
ty ...Batty McCormick, one of tha H i t
Parade larks, and Bob Marshall,
the agent (he vocal'd for Blue
Barron's crew), will De It on the,
27th at Greenwich, '.Prince
Fransi. Hohonhohe, new a Philly
Malnlinar, nd actress Susan O O-llver
llver O-llver are a Mutual Adoration So
ciety. Buddy Hackoet's balm
was about $60,000 when his TV
contract suddenly ended. ; .Mau
-reOQ Staplefon (star of "Orpheus,
.Detcending") and producer Jay
Julian (formerly wed te 'actress
Jutle Harris) make a ronisntle
shadow at the' Composer' after
curtain-time; ., .There e r e ; at
.least two hundred new pilot .films
now being shewn, te egencies,
sponsors and network execs. On
ly 30 can be bought. . Mike
Todd and his Lis have "Him"
and "Her"; Rolls-Royces. .Shir
ley Booth and hr long-time ro.
mancr Frank Milan, let It per-
lh, t. tV-'
- Nevelettet ,the scene was The
Desert Inn (Las Vegas) lounge.
.at was peopled with several hap
py pairs most of them renowned
and married.-. .Terry Moore and
ner nusDana Eugene mcu rain,
Debbie Reynolds and her Eddie,
Jack Oakie and bis bride and oth
ers, n. ."The most interesting cou
ple here -tomgnt, said one oi tne
owners, "are not celebrities! They
are Bostonians Tony Alvin and his
wifer'who recently rewed each
other after being divorced i
years".-. .Their marriage in -1938
nis, the Byline Room star, who
wrote, hit songs "Let s Get Away
eFrom All," 'fWiU You Still i Be
Mine I" and "Everything Happens
To Me." He. composed 12 ditties in
3 days for a Victor album recent recently.
ly. recently. .Martha Lou Harp'Cknown for
"The Greatest ; Blues v Sound")
didn't heat her first blues number
until she was 20. ; Because her
choir-singing parents banned "sin
ful songs". .Her latest recording,
f'Ontf Is A -Lonely Number," do
cuments her talent. .Danny
Kaye's comment (after finally be
ing introduced) at the windy Pea-
oooy Awards affair: "Awards may
come and awards may go, but this
i. the longest luncheon I've ever
i. 1 .i i:r..ik i
at uuyuUM myiuei
Time Square Circlet : Jasska
Tandy and husband Hume Cra-
nyn Have It Made, Thev : a r a
- booked pretty steady in i every'
nvw-Bis rnraia, pur Tina, Time TO
retreat to their island in the Be Be-harness
harness Be-harness They ere the only inha inhabitantsown
bitantsown inhabitantsown It outright. .Rich .Richard
ard .Richard Mueller and Suienne Smith
middle-aisle June I. Her pop Is
veep of American Weekly. .In
the old days theatrical scenery
usually wound up up C a I n's
warehousoi Now it is burned in
a Socaucus N. J. dump and the
producer has te pay $300 te ship
It there .N.Y.. Yankees' pitch pitch-or
or pitch-or Art Ditmar and hi. wife ex expect
pect expect their image In July.Micki
Mario, one ef the ."Ziegfeld Eol Eol-lies"
lies" Eol-lies" erioles, dates her husbend
(a Wm. Morris egent;, from
whom she's been parted -14
months. .. Joey. A a m s' new
book, "Cindy end f," enjoyed e
hefty advance sale- (over 30,000
copies), before publication today,
. .Manv of ttw R'waw Latin
lasted -one -month.; .She .lived a- Quarter chorines got their two
broad ever since where she- mar
ried and divorced a Prince.-. .The
other night they were celebrating
the anniversary of their first
month of the new- marriage
Their devotion wss inspiring, n
Cast ef Cherecter: Madlyn Rue,
one of the Latin Quarter stunners,
just discovered she Is' allergic' to
chamoaane and mink. .-. ua
Storm, whose- real name is Jose-
nrOU AINT NOTHIN . Thi dog Isn't even a tiownd. tiownd.-but
but tiownd.-but he bar ntl pretty lor his mlitr, Connie rranci, rranci,-reeordir.g
reeordir.g rranci,-reeordir.g star. -Mambo" (and he doeentt hat an eppoalmg
"xprcosioo aa be cmgs even though what comes out may not
bo so muaicaL
weeks' notice te make room for
the dolls from the Florida L. Q.
. .Add sound-a-likes: Elvis Pres Presley's
ley's Presley's hit "All Shook Up", end the
famous spiritual 'Glory Road."
Curtain Calls: Morgana Kiner'a
version of. "There's A Lull In My
life" from her new album, "F o r
zou rTom ate, rorevermore." It
includes Alan Jay Lerner's and
Kurt Weill's grand song, "Here I'll
stay -rear! Bailey's platter
"A Man Is A Necesarv Evil.'
Gladys Shelley's lstest dittv. ,Ti-l
w ruente s new album, ''Puente
iioes Jazz," which will oreb'iv sell
like Hitcakes. .Ray Eberle's mu
sic at nosoland Dance City,
Broadway Owl:' Tho I a r d f
bunch hear that Joe Sullivaa', lead
ing iaay or "Most Happy Fella."
is getting a Georgia abrogation to
expedite ner wedding to that hit'
producer, F. Loesser. .-.Boston
drama critic Elinor Hughes soon
Mike Connolly, the Hollywood Re
porters oot-dasher. is at the Wal
dorf. . Tie-Life's Michael J. Ar-
wn and his bride (Ann Warner)
are back from their Mexico honey
moon. .ine t lonoa den Sac
owner Harry Mufson and his wife
sre melting it. .Edie A d S m s,
star of "Ii'l A bow," had to be
told ahe was a "Tony" winner to
keep her from weekending with
her husband, E. Kovacas on the
coast .The Huntington Hartford
(Marjorie Steele) are reported neg negotiating
otiating negotiating the property settlement fi
nale. -People Today mag head
lines: "Are TV Ratines Riieed?"
. .The Cool Cat Crowd are con
vinced that Doris Duke ("The
Richest Girl in the World") and
BirdUnd ace Joe Castro have been
secretly sealed for a year,
Sound in tho Night: At Tht
Red Carpet: "Girls who wear
mink rarely have a roommate".
. .At Rompelmiyer's: "B'w a y's
where best pals are often affJcted
vnth frienvy". .At Le Vouvray:
My good woman and correct me
if I'm wror.g". At El Morocco:
"Talent attracts knockers. The
more ytw hare of it the more you
cave of tbera."
WASHINGTON The Senate For-
eien Relation Committee hearings
on whether Scott McLeod, th e
State Deoartment's controversial,
likable security officer, should be
promoted to be Ambassador to 1
reiand hinged on two tnings: ;
1.. Is Ireland being imposed up
on merely because Foster Dulles
wants to get rid of his security
officer? Some Senators believe I-i
reiand is too important and too
friendly to be a diplomatic dump dumping
ing dumping ground. Many Irish feel the
same way, are too polite to say so.
2. Other Senators are sore at the
tway McLeod and his security of
fice balled up relations with Ca
nada by cooperating with Senator
Eastland's : committee -regarding
the Canadian Ambassador who
committed suicide in Egypt,
In view of the Senate eontrover-
sy, it might be interesting to go
back and see just who Scotty Mc McLeod
Leod McLeod is and how he got where he
When Dulles became Secretary
of State, he conceived the bright
idea of ending all the late Joe Mc
Larthy attacks on the state Depart
ment by .appointing a friend of Mc McCarthy's
Carthy's McCarthy's as security officer.: :""
. Dulles conferred with astute, kind
ly .Sen. Styles Bridges of f -,N e w
Hampshire, who has served longer
thai) any otner KepuDUcan- ana
who recommended his own admi
nistrative assistant, Scott. McLeod
-i- a friend of McCarthy's4;vA;-
Dulles promptly appointed him.
He saw a chance to curry ; favor
both with McCarthy and the pow powerful
erful powerful Senator. Bridges, who sat as
Chairman of the Appropriations
Committee. . -- r:.--.y':i"--
. McLeod then proceeded to tear
the State Department to pieces. He
had detectives and private eyes
looking under .tables, and peeking
into closets.- ..i: i-.i
He used State Department secu security
rity security men to move his furniture in into
to into his new home. He appointed the
police chief of Hanover, N.H.,t An-,
drew Ferguson, to a job in Europe
to give him a free trip abroad.
He -condoned an order asking
German servants to spy on Ameri American
can American officials abroad. He compla complacently
cently complacently watched the book-burning
spree or McCarthy's two wander wandering
ing wandering agents,- Conn and Schine. His
security agents tried to get doctors
to violate their sacred bath not to
talk about .their patients. ;
' And when his chief, the Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of State, appointed Charles Boh Boh-len
len Boh-len as. ambassador to Russia; Mc
Leod went over, his bead direct to
the White House to protest. Boh
len -has now rettirneit frnm Xn
eow, after having .done- theT most
ouisianoug joo,ot any amoasia
dor in history. Jztib
1 As part of his Purge. McLeod ap
pointed Dimitri Dikanikus,. former
writer tor rime Magazine, to pre
pare a special reoort on homn.
sexuality and what it bad done to
bring about the collapse of other
Dikanikus found there' were few.
er perverts in the State Depart Department
ment Department than in the Army, Navy, and
Alt. Tam.(. f k.J h ...
. a vavv, wb, wuji uau siw ;juct l
on the fall of Greece or Rome.
000 refugees authorized for admis admission,
sion, admission, only 1,779 were admitted.
These are some of the things
which make it easy to understand
why Dulles wants to get McLeod
out of his hair, even- at the expense
of Ireland. ;
, He was so anxious that he first
offered McLeod the job of ambas-
sador to New Zealand, which Scot-
ty vetoed because New-Zealand
was too far away.
Then Dulles offered him the am-
bassadorship to nearby Honduras,
which Scotty also vetoed becausa it
was not important.
Finally, tha anxious Mr.. Dulles
offered him one of the choicest
pplums of all Ireland.- There he
wm replace wuuam Howard Taft
II. son of the late .senator Taft. ev-
en though Ike is' anxious to get.
support irom tne i an wmg oi tna
NOT! .i. Wurh Rpnat attontlnn (
focussed on whether McLeod was
or was not guilty of releasing tho
Herert Norman data to Senator
Eastland's committee.' Actually he
had left for Geneva April 1, wss
not in Washington when Norman
committed suicide. But the Senate
hearings on Norman were held
March 12 and March 21v;." r
nffnT iuvrl' h ol. ai tAMrt' f a.n 9i mk
, -uviivuvi uau as ( ivu i- ovtasiuau
arrangement with Republican coun
sel Bob Morris' of the' Eastland
committee. They were 'extremely
close. Their arrangement for coo
peration carried on whether Mc
Leod was in Geneva or-Timbuctui
.f.- ...-f1',; .-J.-. :.f.-
Significantly. Robert Cartwright
McLeod's assistant, called Morris -when.
Senator Eastland issued tha
statement that the State Depart-
ment had OK'd release Of the Nor Norman
man Norman data. Cartwright said he was
being put on the spot.--
Morris consoled him, told his
friend he had done his best to stop
the statement, That's now closely
the two offices cooperated,, y
. ; ... ,.,'': i'j. j i ,; .
The Government has ordered an
exhaustive research program into
the possibility .of controlling torna tornadoes.
does. tornadoes. It would use cloud seeding
and Kmild explosives to disrupt
them -before they gather force ..
It seem hard to believe, but the
British Government is considering
towmg oil around the, Africa cape
in huge plastic 'bags.) T3e bass
would ; hold 9000 tons, of oil and
could be towed like giant sausages
by tugboats.- Anything to avoid
paying tolls to Nasser Shortly
before he resigned, Jordan's Prim
Minister-Khalidi appealed secretly V
to the Americatf Embassy to stop
economic aid to Israel. He laim-
ed this would do more to ip bis
anti-Communist' Government stay -in
power than anything the United
States could do .;- A poll by GOP
Congressman. William Minshall of
Ohio got the : most enthusiastic
"yes" of all to the question,
"Should the: United State, eonti-
nue to support the United Na
tions?" Eighty four per cent in
dicated they were anything but
Scotty then turned himself .loose
On the question of immigration.
Eisenhower bad announced a do
licy of admitting 214,000 Iron Curt-?
am escapees, and. to expedite this
policy, Dulles appointed Edward
Corsi, -a -New York Republican.!
When Corsi proceeded to carrv out
what be thought were Presidential
orders, be found himself blocked
by McLeod. McLeod even sent a
shadow Roy Wade.-to watch
torsi on a trip to Europe.
- Finally Corsi concluded that Mr
l.eod wa. more powerful in ra-
gard to refugees than tha See.
retary of State or the PresUcnt He
About this time, a Conereaiion.
si committee found that out of 190,
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14 Wading blrct
16 Late Stone ...
21 Sioux City
28 Mexican coin
27 Colt teacher
30 Tell C
45 Isolde' lover
II Asia Minor
52 funeral -notice
15 Building sites
, I Diplomacy
2 Hebrew -month
4 Holy City
: 4IUUan poet
S Toward the
' Bhertered aide
Kind of soup
' t Lamprey
10 Over nke
11 Pouches ;
If African plains
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25 Son ef
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28 Gazes '
27 Sad ;
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23 Book of maps
41 Took parts
42 Sacrod image
43 Biblical mount
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Alt QfDEKNDETfl DAILY NEWSPAPEB
WEDNESDAY, MAT 8. 1957
lice's Scaled-Down Foreign Aid
Program To Be Ready In Ten Days
s T V umn i n ncMAitvrcn J
V WORLD-RENOWNED LADIES'
WASHIIGTON, May 8 (UP) Congress about foreign aid has
"GIRL" MEETS BOY Luther Hawley i registers two erootlons55aIexTreme oulrage as
1 the barber prepares o cut ibis girlish locks for the hrst time and the other of puzzlement as. he
gingerly feels the back of his neckwhere his curls used, to dangle. .The 27'monthrOld boy. Ja
the son of Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Hawley.of Midland, Tex. .v ."
At Your Local' Supermarket
, tlyERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD TNEA) There's
live as-well as canned ham help-
uig make money tor. supermarkets
these days live. nam. irom iiouy iiouy-mood.
mood. iiouy-mood. i i
With "super"" out front, tiow
-cou.d the .stars -resist market?
But the money's super, too. And
' money .-Is something movie Stars
can use these days since Holly
wood's 'film, studios Junked all of
their long term pay ,'em-every-
week contracts in favor of the
more economical "hlre.'em-wheiv
we-need-'em" policy. (.
. .... ... 1 ,
"Supermarket tours" for movie
stars, designed! to .help chain gro
cers sell more canned ham and
other things, is just one of many
new money-making ideas for stars.
Once upon a time- their regular
weekly salaries permitted them to
stt beside their blue tile swimming
pools between pictures. Now they
are working between pictures.,..
MAMIE, VAN DOREN, Mickey
Rooney. Julius La Rosa Margaret
Whiting'arid Patti Page have tak
en' the supermarket .tours.-3;
1 V'For more money,'; Mamie told
me, "than jf .1 had been working
in' a movie.' And I got a chance to
sing something Hollywood never
let me do. The tour convinced Hoi
'iywoocU-and now I'm getting sing
T .. . .. ..'1 i
- Here's how i tit-' tours v work:
Chain grocery "stores .'stage 'big
", talent shows in local auditoriums.
Mrs. Housewife and family ,. get
free tickets after' buying, a cer certain
tain certain amount of groceries. Sort of
a ham-for ham idea giving stars
who entertain- the grocery buyers
money to. buy their groceries,
',. EVERYONE in Hollywood, it
seems, ip doing something besides
. working in the movies these days.!
There'si still debate about., Frank'
Sinatra a alleged one-night job as
a door, busier, .but as least, o n e
actress ha "been reported .adding
to her! income by selling informa information
tion information .now and then' to -a s candal
-' ma gaziner., v V v v:,-
.: Errel Flynn picked up $30,00fr as
a etui hw .contestant, and more
stars-,-1 hear,-are -headed for the
ratings and their income.
Between pictures, TV emoting,.
live ana on turn, tits become com commonplace
monplace commonplace Jo; other, big Hollywood
names. .Some even appear in TV
- commercials and not for- peanuts,
t either J. Vera Miles collected $5,000
tor inree nours work in one.
,- At the moment there's a rush to
the song-recording booths. Tab
Hunter .started -it with i Young
Now many iilm stars arc sound sounding
ing sounding their "A's for sound e n g i i-neers
neers i-neers and3 gargling throat easers
Instead of gin. Bo& Michum has
- an album on the market. Bob
Stack is. said to be tuning tip his
voice .for -the sa me .reason. . Ditto
Piper Laurie, Tony- Curtis, Jeff
Chandler and Natalie Wood.
A STAR can . always write a
book to help the old bank book
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COLDEN GIMMICK Here.
Mamie Van Dorert belting -out
i a jsongt; And tt it In movie or ';
a :nightr clubr wope. iv m on(
Worth.-ex.; during her recent
tour of supermarket; Terforrn-:
'ing to plug' supermarkets, is the
Jatest gimmick to. earn extra
money that movie stars-; have!
caught 'on to,.' Mamie ionlyy
one of many .name stars tour?i
ing the canned-ham circuit. -fj
Eke ' Diana Parrymore's ATeo
Much.' Too Soon; ?
There's the AinV Show 'circuit,
too: Big money for' stars entar-
talnina folks tirad r of -pounding
fenders. Stars are trekking Our nv
to"th hinterlands ;for expositions
state fairs, rodeos and even pa
The rodeo -circuit wiff.tilay'; al
most any; Dig star who can '.stay
on a horse for more tnan- (4 v e
minutes' while waving a 10 gal
Ion. hat. to- the crowd.
... dt 't.,:, .-,'-. ''I1".
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Gene -Autry was the first to dis discover
cover discover the rodeo-state fair circuit
years ago. Now Roy Rogers. Dale
Evans, and Hugh 'Brian are. jan-
nig gold there.
. Down in Palm .Springs, stars
are mixing sunshina With -geld
dust. You can. buy a can of paint
er a band saw from Alad Ladd's
hardwar store; ; play ; Honis at
Charley Farrell's Racquet Club or
rent a hotel room from DesijAr-
nat and Luc II la Ball.'
Keauy, rt s getting so I'm word
ried. about a certain star's. sleek
white yacbt. The way things- are
going I won't be surprised if he
converts it into a live bait boat
for deep-sea fishing off the Cali California
fornia California coast. i
840 fcx, Pcssma Uty
1090 Kcs., ; Colon ;
. Ttitephones:-1-306 Panama,,
- f.J063 Colon
Today,. Wednesday, May I
, 4:00i-.Featur Review
4:30 What Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phone
5:30 News.'-' ;; v
8:35 What' Your Fa r or Hi
(cont'd).. r rxtl4'',:i hi
'6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen-
'- tarv (WJRUL)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
'. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calla tWRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy -7:30
VOA Report from. U S.
:00-Muslc By Roth v
S : 30 Muaical Theater V ;
S:00-You Asked For It -(re-
, quests taken by phont
tetts. tut i:30 cvj i
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-Jazi TiU Midnight
1:00 Sign WKKSgwH.
' Tomorrow, Thursday, May $
6:00 Sign' On 44 Alarnl A Clock
"' ', .' .:' Club1 f (requests V taken
.v.by phohe tlU ,7:00
1:30 Morninir Salon Concert
"las-Church In The Wildwood
t :30 Musical iteveilla
:0O News '.- ;; 'i
i StlS sacreet Heart -Z
-i:3a-A I see.it
10:00 NW-' y;
10:0' Spins and -'Needle (re.
- qilesta taken by phont
11:00 News t
11:058 p 1 n Alt die
-.. --. icuilt a. ;.;
11:30 Meet The 'jcnteftalnw
12:00 New V t--
p.m. f'''. ';:..;..,;.
12:05 Lunch time Melodies -12:30u-8weet
1:00 News -' "7 Si'L
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Son Of Th pioneera
1:45 Spirit Of The Vlklnga
2:00 Tex Beneke Show t-
2:1S Freddy' Martin Show :
2:30r-Much-B ltn d 1 n g-In-The-:
3:00 Hank now And HU
,. Rainbow Ranch Boya ;
"3:1S Sammy Kaye show ty, ty,-3:30
3:30 ty,-3:30 Music For- Thursday-
,4:00 Feature Review,,
4:30 What'a Xour Favorite (re (re-y
y (re-y quests taken by phonr
.. "; tui.sioo) v..
6:30 News ,- ..v
5:35 What's Your F a t o r 1 1
. (cont'4) :
6:00 Allen jackosn Commen
i - tary (WRULl-.-v,---
. 6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
- REVIEW (Pabst Been
6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from tUJV.
8:00 EUzabethan Theater
1:30 Take it From Hero
:00 You Asked For It r-
. 'quests taken by phonr
i "till 7:30) -, .1
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan-'
10:45 Temple Of Creams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
13:00 Sign OK.
President u Elsenhower s new
si-aled-down $3,900,000,000 foreign
i.d program should be ready to go
to Congress in about 10 days, ad administration
ministration administration officials said todav.
When Eisenhower presented his
budget earner this year, he esti
mated his foreign aid request at
$4,400,000,000. He said last month
no we ver that 500 million dollars
in new spending authority could
1. .... X L!. I Li
oe. cui irora nis earner esumaie.
-It w a a nnHoritnnri thai Prsi.
dent's forthcoming spcieal foreign
aid message will reflect suciv a
reduction in new spending author
itv but also will request authority
to use about 500 million dollars id
unspent funds from previous ap appropriations.
propriations. appropriations. .iHvwy--y'ai
- This would make it; possible to
avoid any large -cutback in the
program in the new fiscal year
' Working tvartime
. Officials concerned with the T)ro T)ro-cram
cram T)ro-cram said : they Vwerov, Working
overtime to get the message into
fmal shape Jby May-17.." Chief at
tention centers on problems relat
ed to a new economic develop development
ment development -loan fund expected- to total
jbout 500 millioiL dollars for the
W the interval before the .mes
sage is sent to congress the ad administration
ministration administration will strive 'to drum
up support for the request. Thus
far,- almost alii the talk heard in
neen about cutting the program.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles, who has been attending
the North Atlantic Treaty meet meeting,
ing, meeting, in Bonn,, Germany, will head
the administration light to prevent
neavy -iaww''t!.v u.,:;.
',' Ambassador James, P. Richards,
the v President's special Middle
East envoy r .will: return tomorrow
to assist in the. campaign. He has
been touring the T Mideast to- -sell
those nations on the Eisenhower
lloctrine. iplan i to c fOrestall ConS
f Eisenhower t ''was cf expected to
promote the foreig-,aid program
at his news conference tomorrow
snd.was said, to be ready to follow
up with a radio-television report
to ths) nation later. v i
The riext immediate move will
be a special White House meeting
Thursday with Republican and
Democratic ; congressional leaders.
Dulles and Richards will attend.
The 'Senate t Foreign Relations
Committee plans to begin hearin
. Administration officials expect a
tough i fight with congressional
budget-cutterse ven on the scaled scaled-down
down scaled-down request ; Some budget cut cutters
ters cutters want to cut foreign aid in
half, or dee p e r. Eisenhower is
sure to urge approval of the full
$3,900,000,000 as. a vital contribu contribution
tion contribution to the fro e ..world's iight
N at'ural ;G as c Measure G ains
Support Of: Administiation
WASHINGTON. May (UP)
The administration today threw
its support : behind the controver
sial natural gas bill provided -fur
ther safeguards are added to pro protect
tect protect consumers against ."unreason-
aula price loctcasca.
It called for changes in iheuprovision in the bill which would
ptnding bipartisan legislation to
proviaa more leoerai coniroi uver
Droducera than sponsors of the
bill originally proposed. '
The administration stand was
outlined to the House Commerce
Committee which opened hearings
on the new bill today.
f late Federal Controja
( ,. - -..
The legislation would ease fed federal
eral federal controls over- prices charged
by natural gas producers Ur in interstate
terstate interstate pipeline companies. Con
trols would be based on a "rea
sonable market profit", rather
than production costs.
Charles ,H. Kendall counsel for
the Office of Defense Mobilization,
told the committee as spokesman
for the, administration that the bui
,ifnamended, would .be "In accord
'wSuTthe progrem, f"tho Presl-
He proposed these ehangesf
That the Federal Power Com
mission retain additional authority
" By OSWALD JACOBY :
. Written for NEA Service
to "review price Increases result
ing from definite pricing clausing
in existing contracts wnen such
increases do more than reflect ad additional
ditional additional or increased .taxes'V
- H ,,t.;''&i..X.y il,. ;(. 'K: f
mat me committee strike a
prohibit the FPC from consider considering
ing considering production costs,
Kendall said the ; bill carries
"additional consumer -protection'
as recommended by the president
Other features, he said, also "as "assure
sure "assure a check upon price increases
which might be unfair to the ul ultimate
timate ultimate consumer," ; 1
..(.-."V fi-i, : .-("' :
Budget Director Perclval F.
Rrundage sent word that his office
also favors the legislation provid provided
ed provided the amendments are adopted.
Defense Mobilizer Gordon -Gray
said his agency supports the bill
"as being In the interest fit long long-term
term long-term natural gas supply, for' civil-
iaa and national, defense uses
Committee Chairman Oren Har Harris
ris Harris (D-Ark), sponsor of the new
blL said there is ''more than a
reasonable chance" of House
President Eisenhower vetoed a
more far Teaching measure last
vear because of what he called
the "arrogant" lobbying tactics of
some of its supporters. ....
' ';,' ..
The veto followed a Senate up
roar over the disclosure by Sen.
Francis Case (R-SD) that he was
offered a $2,500 campaign cont
bution by an attorney for Super Superior
ior Superior Oil Co, which favored the bill.
REPLACEABLE HEARTMA new solution to dwiea problems of an atomic plan has bee
u veiled by three of America's top scientists. To eliminate contamination dangers, the nuclear
power plant would consist of a capsule unit to the front of the ship. It ts removable and replace-"
abl as shown In 0 aketcta, 'originating tn Hawthorne. Calif. The crew would be at a point
farthest away from the "hot" fuel. Their quarters, a small unit in the tail section, could detaca
aad tdt to safety in emergency. f
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: -j Opening' lead- K; ?.
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-f Student Instruction ;
" daily at t
' Colon Airport
Colon Aviation, Inc
, Tel. 14
Couth's three club response to
the opening no-trump indicated i
that he thought a slam was pos-j
sible. Otherwise he would have,
bid three no-trump. You don't
fool with minor suit games after
a no-trump opening old.
North raised to four clubs and
normally the slam would have
been a lay down. Unfortunately
North had exactly as many cards
In each suit as South and nei neither
ther neither hand could use Its trumps
for ruffing purposes. j
In aoito or the riiiDflratlon the!
slam. would normally have beeu'
made, eoutu won. tne- opening
heart lead, drew trumps, played
three rounds of diamonds to get
rid of that suit and threw West
In with his queen of hearts
Larceny Lou sitting west saw
what bad happened. A heart
lead would give declarer a raff
and a discard so that was pat of
the ouestion. A low aoade lead
would also five ftouth. the hand 1
If he held king-nine-small of
that suit because East's queen
would fall to South's kin- and
South could then finesse for Lou's
Lou led tne jack of spades. De
clarer looked hard at Lou and
decided he was mskbta- one of
those famous false leads from
queen-Jack. Hence declarer won
in his owa hand witb the klnt,1
whereupon East's oueea set the
South said bitterly. Tour hon
est lead fooled me."
Loa replied. "You dont think
I would be aaything but honest
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FASHION DESIGNER COMES TO PANAMA
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) RENE MISTELI FAMED
: JOINS D0NREE
ENTERPRISES OF PANAMA; JMC
A new Industry in Panama will sodn ba producing a complata
line .of -ladies' fashions Ihspirsd by Rent MistelU Besidta pro providing
viding providing you' with tha most txclusiva styles available, Denrat
Enterprises will mean mora amployment end incraased prosper prosperity
ity prosperity for tha people of Panama. We aincarely hop that you will,
ask for and buy ladies' wear manufactured by Donre. Not only
will you be receiving op quality, high fashion clothea, but you
will .be contributing to the economic growth of your country. f
Start asking your favorite store owner about fashions from
ENTERPRISES Of "ANAMA, INC
K&Xu, IT HAPPENS i
g ; ONCE A YEAR! :
1 -"''' ::''.vV '. H
TO BUY YOUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFT
REAL MOTHER'S DAY SPECIALS
Before then. NOW.,,
;.e Chinese Figurine, Mandarin, Peasants, etc. ........ 32.50 17.25 7.50
v.e Table lamps every style imaginable 12.50 5.00 ,US,-
COLLECTORS ITEMS: I ;
Exquiaite Italian Blue Crystal Miniatures
Sterling Silver Inlay 1.75 1.25 .60
e Assorted Ash Trays -' Italian Blue Crystal i
Sterling Silver Inlay i 2.25 1.95
TV Seta Floor: Models 250.00 225.00 195.00 1
e Italian Blown Class Novelties 4.50 2.95 1.95
e Drapery Material, yard ... ... 2.75 1.40 1 1J5
e 96-pc. China Dinner Set 65.00 45.00 39.50 X
e 20-pci M ELM AC Plastic Dinner Sets 29.95 21.50 19.95
FANTASTIC RATTAN BUYS 5-STRAND and 6-STRAND
7 t. '-. .. ;; IN LIVIN6 ROOM FURNITURE
. H Sectionals' .Sofas Occasional Chairs
): MANY ITEMS REDUCED MORE THAN 50
Will in OUR
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4th.of July Ave. nd "IT StVed 'r f (
DOORS OPEN at 8:00 sun
PLENTY OF PaARKING SPACE AVAILABLE
WEU BE OPEN DURINQ THE NOON HOURS TOO
on Washington's Birthday.
TE fAIUBIA AJTCRICAS AJf. INDEPENDENT DAILY NfWSP ATO s
WEDNESDAY, MAT 1,-1957
' r Staff.
fin if ftifirfrrt-l'. W-ftsfH, Biri, Parti tti Vnmt mU L mmilU fumfikf U Lmmmbu
Jt m(t L cJ L, I.Lplm Pum 3-0740 2474t Um 9:00 mJ 10 m.m.
I- -I ,v, ; A $ v - s,5
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MISS HELEN ALRICK whose engagement to W. Ernest Barnes
of Knoxville, Tenn., has been anonunced. Miss Alrick, who is
the daughter al Mrs. James Kennedy of Hyattsvllle, Maryland,
fr'the granddaughter of Mrs. W. H.. Beers and the late Mr.
seers oi uaiun.
ilTISH AID SOCIETY GIVES NOVEL COCKTAIL BENEFIT
HOME OF BRITISH CHARGE D AFFAIRS AND MRS. BIGGS
The British Aid Society gare a benefit cocktail buffet
Mast night at the Farque Leferre. bom of the Charge d' Af Af-if
if Af-if airs of the British Embassy Edward Biggs and Mrs. Biggs.
! Barg1 were operated by the 'three Teds," Ted Arias ag ag-.sisted
.sisted ag-.sisted by Fred 'Wedge, Ted Biggs assisted by Yronne Nonn
iand Ted Rbnmlngton assisted by Ann Glasgall.
Ted Rimmlngton was voted champion bartender. The
(sum of $290 was collected for the Society's funds.
gave an amusing account of post
offices In -the early years of the
Panama Canal. William Taylor
who spoke on the same subject
given an interesting picture oil
the old postal system and Judge
E. L P. Tatelman, who Illustrated
his talk on early postage stamps
of the Isthmus, with exhibits
from his Invaluable stamp col
Y MRS. MURIEL LAWIRENCE
SHEILA'S mother was 'down in
fhs cellar doing the laundry.. When
she brought it up to hang on the
line, she suddenly realized that
though Brother's tricycle was still
in the yard, Brother was not. To
Sheila, in the kitchen munching
cookies over a comic' she crlec.
TVha mtli4 niln'- T tall
rou to keep an eye on him?''
After 20 minutes of frantic
searching? Brother was 'restore!
by a neighbor who had found him
piaying in the puddle around her.
As his mother pulled off his
soaked socks,' she said to Sheila,
"lright,-Miss i's bed- for you
for the rest of this afternoon. I'll
teach .you to ignore, what you're
SHEILA is 11. She is tob old to
be punished by being sent to bed,
What she required is not a penal
ty that stops her physical activity
but one that arouses the mental
kinda penalty that forces
thoughthuness on her.
' As older children have had time
to develop the ability to ; reason,
we are foolish not to exercise that
ability when we punish them
Mind, I'm not. suggesting
should feel guilt when i e a r
EPagement : .-, ,.
Mrs. James Cv Kennedy an announces
nounces announces the marriage of her
daughter Miss Helen Alrlck to
Mr. Ernest Barnes, son of Rev.
and Mrs. Robert C. Barnes of
Knoxville, Tennessee. The wed wedding
ding wedding wW take place June IS,-1957
at the Barnes1 home, 3612 Sky Skyline
line Skyline Drive, Kaojcville, Tennessee.
jThe bride-to-be is a graduate
For Gorgas Wives
Qorgas Doctors' wives were en
tertalned at a coffee party this
morning at Amador Officers'
Hostesses for the party were
Mrs.. R. L. Hughes. Mrs. W.
Brown, Mrs. E. Hartman and
Mrs. V. Hirscnman.
In Lafarette. Ind.
The following account, oi tne
Mitchell-Pabon wedding appear
ed in a Lafayette, Indiana, pa
Miss Rubv Lillian Pabon. 'sil
Union, and Robert John Mitchell
repeated their wedding vowa
Saturday, April 27th, at 11 a.m.
in St. Ann catnonc cnurcn. Mr.
and Mrs. Manuel Pabon. of New
Cristobal, Panama; are parents
of the bride and Mrs. Mary Best
and the late William A. Mitcneil
are narents of the bridegroom
Rev. Leo p. Mcnaie omciatea
at the double-ring ceremony and
urganisb was aisvci iia ;iarc.
The bride wore a ballerina
length gown of rosebud lace over
antique sann, zasmonea wiin a
boat neckline and sleeves which
extended to points -over the
bride's hands. Her matching veil
WASHINGTON. May S (UP)
nHnns nH hvaMntha wtth winklThe AFL-CIO Ethical Practices
rosebuds. J -..j,...' ,w .1 Committee said today it had in-
Mrs. Robert Timmons. who ia raising a -serious ques-
uuu auout we cuuuuci vi irucrs
of the 160,000 member Bakery
Committee Chairman Al Hayes,
president of the Machinists Union,
made the statements at a hearing
oo corruption charges brought
attamst two officials of the Bakers
Curtis R. Sims, union secretary-
tieasurer, h accused union Pres President
ident President 'James G. Cross and Goerge
Muart, a former vice president,
of using union funds for personal
trays us Into some vindictive re
prisal en a child who has offend
ed us. But after inflicting It, we
can always correct it.
Wanting more reasonableness
from bheiia; we can reiect the un
reasonableness in us that sent her
to Ded. uoing upstairs, we can
say something lie-this to her:
' ruu are not a DaDy -and l am
sorry I have given you this baby-
isu punisnment. you can get ud
now and come downstairs. But
don't ask us again for that 75-
cent-a-week allowance. Until you
can take better care of Brother
when you are asked to, you aren't
ready to take care of more allow
Never do we suffer for substitut substitut-ing
ing substitut-ing a reasonable punishment for
a thouehless -one. It is-our exam
pie of thoughtfulness that evokes
ii irom me cnua.
Parents who habitually -punish
older children by spanking's and
Bindings to bed are overprotective.
They depreciate Sheila's power to
recognize her own mistake just as
they'll belittle her ability to pick
out the right spring coat and make
her own protest to a teacher, -Their
right thinking, their cow
ers, are Jhe onlyones that -exist-
we to them. It is this .egotism t h a t
be' keeps the. child irresponsible, v j
CAUGHT ON CANVAS Four U.S. Air Force "Thunderblrds" are halted in flight in this oir -i'".
painting at Nellis Air Force "Base, Nev. A special demonstration team flew these North Amer I
yican F-10a Super Sabre- Jet fighters in exhibitions of tight formation aerobatics. The jet oa
ground at right strengthens the feeling of flight the artist has created. .
Corruption Charges Drought
Against Bakery Union Leaders
was honor attendant, wore a lav lavender
ender lavender nvlon over taffeta balleri
na-length gown with a V-neckH
line. Her bouquet was a coiomai
arrangement of, pink carnations.
Norma Jean Timmons was
flower girl and Ruben Dean Tim
mons was ring bearer. 1
Joseph p. Martin served as
best man. and ushers were
Charles FarreU and Richard 81a
gle. . 1
-:' -- '; -The
couple greeted guests la
the home of the .bridegroom's
mother Immediately following
the ceremony.. Assisting at the
reception were Miss Margaret
The dispute came before the
The couple was nonoorrea at
rehearsal parley- Friday evening
in the home of the bridegroom'
Of Balboa High School. Class of Of Historical Society
1949. She is the granadaugnter At a meeting of the Isthmian
of Mrs. W. H. Beers, and tne late Historical society, which was mother
Beers or Gatun. jneia in tne library of Balboa
. Hlvh Srhnnl last vftnlnc, nnn r i -.u- j-i.
llss Alrlck is presently re- Musselman was elected Dresi-'n.i rnn. .ari ia-f. month tn .t.
siding with i her pother and sis- dent. I tend hia daughter's wedding. Al-
(After a honeymoon at Dayto Dayto-nt
nt Dayto-nt Reach. Florida, the com Die
will return to their new home on mack. archivist
Delta Road, Knoxville, Tenncs-j Speakers for last night's meet meet-see.
see. meet-see. 1 lng included Crede Calhoun, who
Other offlcera elected were C. so present at the wedding; was
a. mbwuiiuav., ti-c j'ojusut, Ine Drioe's Drotner. Airman
Mrs. carol Rigoy secretary-, johnny R. Pabon, now sUtloned
uctuurer ana xvira. v. a. Mcior-
Mitchell and Mrsj James Coo-; ethical practices group after the
executive noara ot tne uaKers
Union cleared Cross and Stuart
and suspended Sims for having
maae ms charges public.
The committee did not make
public a bill of particulars. a jt
did yesterdsy at a hearing on cor
ruption .charges involving Team
ster President Dave Beck and oth
er officials of the union.
It explained that- the charges
against the Teamsters were based
on matters of public record where
as the charges involving the Bak'i
ers union were not. However, the
committee released a statement
which Hays read at the closed
It said "available Information
raised a serious question whether
there have been violations of the
ststidard of trade union ethics
prescribed by the AFL-CIO consti
tution in the manner in which the
affairs of this union were con
An attorney for Sims reported
mey, suiters OI tne oriaegroom.
Mrs. Forrest Robinson and Mrs.
Harold Bchulti. -;
"Mrs. Mitchell Is a graduate of
Cristobal High Schoor (Panama)
and Indiana Business College.
Mr. Mitchell Is a graduate of Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson High School and .served
four -vears la the Havy.'i After
May 4th. following mot6r;trir
through the East, the couple wiu
reside at bib wapasn.
In Charleston, South Carolina.
f CONTINUED ON riGI
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our gratitude to our many friends
;or their kindness and thoughtfulness in our bereavement.
William and George Wetzel
Prevent Vest Rash
hat, ast r
. Ill lkf US
CREAM of POTATO
CREAM of SHRIMP
' -'-t -'
rrvt spcdal soups from CampUft
...tftonki to sTMiiwgl
We mean very specie! soups.
Soups you probably never in
the worW expected to ffe in
prepared form. -.
Only freezing makes it pee
s&le for Campbell's to bring
therm to you now. Onry freeimfl
coptures and hoidi the delicacy
end tenperaieentcH f avon of
these trvry great sowps. So be
prepared for soateihing very
To Give Lecture
On Hinduism AtY'
The Very Reverend Malnert
. Peterson. Dean of the Cathe
dral of St Luke, will speak on
Hinduism on tomorrow at 7:30
pm. at the Balboa Y.M.C. A. -U-S.O.
This is the onenlntr lecture In
the series on "The World's Great
Religions. This Is the story of
tne world's most elaborate reli
gion, tne mother of Buddhism
and the caste system.
The Rev. Peterson has been
Dean of the Cathedral In An con
since last year and before that
was Archdeacon of Colon. He
has done graduate work at Prin
ceton Theological Seminary
Philadelphia Divinity School
and General Theological Semin
ars. . . -'
These lectures are open to the
public without charge.
that the committee would hold an-j
3ther hearing on the case May 25
It has scheduled another hearing
May 24 on the Teamster case
This indicated a final report on
both cases would be delayed un until
til until the AFL-CIO executive counc
cil meeting in mid-August.
Informed sources said other
Teamsetr officials may ask Beck
and two- union vice presidents
named with him in the corruption
charges to resign or retire. The
Teamster executive board said
ysterday that it had not consid
ered any action along this line.
To (Question, Beck
Beck is scheduled for another
appearance tomorrow before the
Senate Rackets Committee, which
is investigating charges that he
used union funds for personal
- He also has been summoned be before
fore before the AFL-CIO executive, coun council
cil council May 20 to answer charges that
his conduct has brought the labor
movement into disrepute.
The Senate committee also is
looking into the' Bakers Union
case; Cross recently announced he
was repaying the union for tome
12 200 in telephone bills and Was
returning a Cadillac he said had
been g l v en him by a Chicago
! 1 i I
f if 0$ d ir
.(PA-CWA-grouD" of; Important' MiamLTlorlda' travel Industry executives noon their ar
rival, at Tocumen Airport aboard Avianca's "El'Panamefio" flight. This distinguished delegation
visits Panama yearly. From left to right:. Mr. Carl Hanklns. Sales Manager of the Hertz Car
Rentals; Sidney B. Maynard, Assistant to thePresident of ihe Miami University; Robert. Mer
cnani, Assistant xrauic niei, oi tne fan American Airways at uarni. Airport; Robert Hayes
Smith, Sales Manager of the Columbus Hotel; Germinal Fasoli,' Sales Representative of the
Capri Hotel, Havana; Arthur A, Adler owner of the Leamington Hotel: Cliff Luttrintr. treas
urer of Lynch Corporation; W. Howe Salder, Manager of the Seaquarium and Mr. Jorge Sa
aveara,' opcciai nepreseoiative ior Avianca hi t-anama ana wenqrax America wno was on nana
at the Airport to welcome this distinguished gr oup oi visitors,
Shown Al Diablo
Camera Club Parly
Howard Munro won first place
and Margaret Davis took sec
ond in the Diablo Camera Club's
annual color slide contest.
The winning slides were chosen
by Lt. col. Leslie C. Wood, Spe Special
cial Special Services,, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. Wood showed the winning
slides at the club's annual par
ty at the Tivoli last Friday night.
There were Ho guests present
at the party, which Included a
dozen special table exhibits pre
pard by club members showing
souvenirs and pictures taken
during the club's nearby and
foreign field trips during the
Harry Boland was announced
as the top exhibitor in Class AA,
tne club s highest categorydur
ing the past year by virtue. of
winning more points In compe
tition' than anyone else.
otner winners in the best
slide of the year contest were:
Eugene Derr. third place; and
the .following honorable men
tions: Lydia Czapek, Kay Kaza Kaza-nowska.
nowska. Kaza-nowska. Charles BrandL. and
flcfc netlc "lor tnclution in this
celune sheald .. k aubmittae ia
typt-writtia farm and mail "ee
lh box aumbar lis4 daily la 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otharwita," ar daliverae
ki band le the effiae. Notioea f
mtatinga aannat accaplad by
Federal Employes :
Local 60S Meet
Tomorrow Night Vf
The 1 Nauonai 'Federation of
Federal Employes, Local 595
To Hold TItr53
Solon Claims Civil
Rlghf s ; Bill Foes -Talking
WASHINGTON. May 8 fUP)
Reo. Emanuel Celler ID-NY) said
today the claim that the adminis
trition's civil rights bill would
take away jury trial rights' was
a lot oi maiarxey." i
, Celler. head of the House Judici
ary Committee which recommend recommended
ed recommended the bill, appeared before the
Rules Committee to urge that it
bo sent promptly to the floor, for
He has been,. the: only,-witness wm hold Us regular monthly
c Shed thus far, in two daya ot meeting at its club on Chiva
hesrings. Rules Chairman Howard chiva tomorrow night at 7:30.
W. Smith (D-Va) declinetl to preH Guest sneaker wfll h Hrfward
diet when the committee would a. Doolan, personnel director of pneumatic tires, athletic e q n i p-
Surplus llem Sales
"The Property" DispoialOfflc
announces three sales of surplus
items for the month of May; These
sales Will take place in building
No. 706, Corozal, and each' w III III-begin
begin III-begin at 9 a.m. f ; .-
The first sale Is TJay tS and"' I I-tems
tems I-tems include scrap sewage pumps,
steel storage tanks, miscellaneous
library books, field jsckets,' fire"
men s coats ana trousers, refriger refrigerators
ators refrigerators and other Useful items.
' The May 20 sale will offer a bat.
tery charger, polishing machine;
Ire boxes, coffee urns, electrie,
ranges, ranges, -heavy duty ovens.
gas and electric .water: heaters,
miscellaneous lighting fixtures.
s TTBX 'far''-
Oa fwi am drire H tcma try aar
; We d -MakaJ' Um. We CRUn t
Western ......$0.60. -Cfub 1.00
Hot Turkey ... 1.75; Tocumen Special 1.50
set. He said a lot of congressmen
wanted to testify and would be,
given a "brief opportunity" to do
the Panama Canal. AU members! went,; and other1 useful Items for.
ana u.h. citizen civilian employes
of the armed services are Invit
ed to attend.
, 1 v
The committee will start hear-
Ligs some opponents of the bill
tomorrow. : -,. : .-. -;
Celler urged the committee
clear the bill promptly and limit
floor debate on it to two days. Bu
Smith said he considered a two-
day limit too '."severe."
Rep. William M. Colmer (D
Miss) questioned Celler for nearly
an hour about his views on jury
trials in contempt cases to enforce
f (.vernment : sought injunctions.
Nnitnerners contend that the Dili,
to seek injunctions against civ l ... i y
rights violations, threatens; the 1 P1)? myself a batch of
tight to jury trials. ... umki uw newspapers rouiant
Celler said the claim was "a lot v""? iauuBu,.Tjn pei, now
of malarkeV ainca there is no'Siupia can i pe.'
right to a jury in contempt eases
; DALLAS Suspended Jockey
wuiie onoemaiter, on wnat he
thought when he reaQze'd he mis misjudged
judged misjudged the Kentucky Derby fin finish
ish finish line Saturday to possibly cost
Gallant Man a victory over win winner
ner winner Iron. Liege:
except in special instances.
Colmer said Celler. in 1932,
fought for jury trials in contempt
coses stemming from Injunctions
against labor unions.
"You seem to have reversed
your field a bit," he told Celler.
Celler said be had backed jury
trials in labor contempt cases be because
cause because of court abuses la issuing
r junctions before the Norris La
Guardia labor law was passed.
He said be -would be : the firs
to attempt to curb the courts- if
rmilar abuses develop in the
civil rights field.
Besides the injunction authority
the bill would set ud a bi-partisan
commission to investigate alleged
denials of voting rights, create a
civil rights division in the Justice
Department aw' strengthen legal
protectees for the right to vote.
Donna Reed Gives
Birth To Daughter
HOLLYWOOD. Msy (TP)
Film actress Donna Reed became
J.e mother today- of ber fourth
Tnild, a daughter weighing T
pounds. 10 ounces, at bL Joans
Htpital in Santa Monica.
The actress is tne wife of movie
producer Tony Owen. The
wu named- Mary Anne. The
Owens have two boys and another
'--r v'-'.,. ' r-"
WASHINGTON The Rev
William J. Await, the priest who
married the late Sea. Joseph R.
jucvaruiy, to tne senator's far farmer
mer farmer colleagues:
The Senate was his wife." j
BOSTON Sen. Harry r. Byrd
(D-va.i, on president Elsenhow Elsenhower's
er's Elsenhower's record $71,800,000,000 budg budget:
et: budget: .. ..'I
-1 say with all sincerltv that
from a fiscal standpoint. It is the
most irresponsible budget sub
mitted In my day."
NEW YORRT Sen. John T.
Kennedy (D-Mass.), calling for a
new American policy toward Rus
slan satellites which would .In
clude loans to Communis Po Po-laad:
"Other satelliUs. we ma? he
sure, are watching, and If we
fall to help the Poles, who else
will dare stand Bp to the Rus
sians ana look westward?"
On May 27wopertv for sale in
c udes a cargo truck, carrrall
trucks,, utility trucks, sutonjpbllei
ana automotive pans.
-, For further information t e l
phone the property tfisposai offl
cer, CorozaL 4149.- :. i ?
CHICAGO Secretary of A-
rriculture Ezra Taft Benson en
girl, government control of some
farm commooiues: i
"After 25 years of controlling:
agriculture, we have tailed."
BREEZY Made of human'
hair, a frigate under fuu al
la the crowning Uxtch tor this'
elaborate Partsiaa hairdn. Re Re-spotulMe
spotulMe Re-spotulMe for the err.Uon Ui
bajrjtjlirt remand l.;aig.
' vTlSftSSDAY, MAT S, M37
TUX PANAMA AMERICAN ""-TA?l'TlCTSfENl)EiVT tffclT WEWSPAFElT
a i and Otli
' Pledges Sorority
; Janeth Vinton, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vinton of
Ancon, was among 103 students
at the University of Wisconsin
who were recently pledged to tne
Wisconsin chapters of 15 sorori sorori-ties
ties sorori-ties on the UN -campus, 1
-y There Is a total- of 93 social
and professional sororities and
fraternities which have chapters
on the Wisconsin campus, whose
programs include social and pro professional
fessional professional activities of interest to
their members in their various
fields of educational training Of
the total social and professional
, organizations on the campus, 55
are fraternities and 38 are. soro sororities.
rities. sororities. -'
Janeth was pledged to Alpha
XI Delta, sorority.
:, Local Boy k i :.-.,,, i
.; Takes Part 11
In College Review
Maurice FersrusoB. son or Mr.
' and Mrs. James Ferguson of An
con was one Ol tne penurnierB
in a satire on current ballet and
television quiz program at the
second annual "Men in Review''
program which was held last
week at Pasadena College, Pa
sadena, California. 4
1 77 of Rodman elected Mrs, Helen
IBirthwright as their new presi
of i dent last night,
Mrs. Doris Orr was elected vice
president and Mrs. Elsa A. Tal Tal-ley
ley Tal-ley secrettary-treasurer.
The new officers will be In
stalled in a joint ceremony with
the Fleet Reserve Association at
the CPO Club of Rodman at 8
p.m. May 21. Dinner will be serv
ed after the ceremony,
Ft. Kobbe Wires -c
Have May Day
Members of the Ft. Kobbe Of'
fleers'; ? Wives' Club gathered
Thursday at the Ft. Kobbe Offi
cers' club for the regular
monthly business 'meeting and
conee. Hostesses Mesaame j.
W. Lane, chairman;. J. L, Lewis
and Ri M. Doerrman selected
May Day ."as their-theme using
ribbons attached to the ; top ox
white" candles.' to ; form' unique
and effective maypoles. Various
. srades of very pale pinic and
blush hibiscus encircled the may maypoles
poles maypoles completing the picture of
eprjng.-,.'" ,. k.
. Lovely sheer Jstoles were pre presented
sented presented as door prizes to Mrs. R,
M. Doeerman and Mrs. J. F.
. Mrs. Otto E. Feierleln, r presi
dent, announnced 'that elaborate
and expansive plans are being;
made lor the "Haro-iucK";, lun luncheon,
cheon, luncheon, t be-held May 16.. The
entertainment committee will
give no Information other than
there are to be many surprises,
Bas Election r.t.&vi
Of Officers .hii.'a;.
The Ladies Auxiliary FBA Unit
Successful i -,
The Asilo de la Infancia Com
mittee of the Inter-American
Women's Club sponsored a card
party at the Fort Amador Offi
cers' open Mess yesterday aiter-
noon. proceeds went towards
building repairs of the Orphan
age. A large group of guests en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed an afternoon of cards with-
delicious reiresnment being servr
ed at each table throughout the
The watch and earring set
donated by Casa Fastlich was
won by Mrs. Hewitt of Albrook
Air Force Base, other lucky win
ners received the following gifts;
silver howl, donated by -Mcrcu
rio; brass vases a gift of ,Casa
Oil; ginger jars from New In
dia: water sec irom la mnova
clon; dresser set a gift of Ta-
hiu; two dmners from the in international
ternational international Hotel and a flower
container -from international
Jewelry Store. .
Miraculous Medal' Church I.
Announces Bazaar Winners
Rev. Father John F. Tumelty,
CM.. Pastor of the .Miraculous
Medal Church in New Cristobal
announces' the; following door
prize winners : at 'the bazaar
which closed on Friday evening;
first prize, a High Fidelity Con
sole Set was won by Rev. Father
Joseph Konen, CM., of Balboa;
second prize was won by A. La Lara,
ra, Lara, telephone" 88,-737 which was
a ; 21" .Television table model:
and the third prize, an imported
Doll donated by the French Ba
zaar was won by H.. C. Gentry
of Coco eoilto. sonny Davidson,
telephone 38-305-L won the Par Party
ty Party Basket; Mrs. Rosa Young of
Colon, the three yard tablecloth
and Mr. B. Casanova of Marga
rita the Luncheon set.
Father v- Tumelty wishes to
thank everyone who helped make
this-bazaar a success. ..k-
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CYRIL CHAMBERS, (second .from left), of the Engineer Section,' U.S. Army Caribbean, Coro-
zal, ls -presented a suggestion award ceruncate and sio check by Mrs. Theodora Qumn, (sec (second
ond (second from right),' administrative assistant, Engineer Section," In ceremonies held recently at
Corozai; Chambers received the award for suggesting an Improvement in the performance of
a hand-operated duplicating mapmne, LOOKing on are Mrs, juaa Bergere (left), and Hubert
McLean (right), both employes of the Engineer Section. r- (U.S. Army Pboto)
; 1 IM f- W C'ATWW. --1
Love To Win F6t MargaretHa
" LOyDOW CUP) Britons and
Swedes l expressed light-hssrted
Dtimism todav that love would
find a wy for. a jaw pianist and
rnncets uargaretna oi Aweaen.
The British, press plsyed up the
story of the commoner courting
the princess si u did tns ui-rstea
romance of croup opt. peter
Townsend and Britain's Princeii
Hargaret. : i;--J
NewsDaoers were almost unani
mous in declaring that rejection
of suitor Robin Douglas-Home by
the Swedish royal family would be
only a temporary roadblock en the
road to romance. .-
The Daily Mirror headlined :
''pianist Robin can still win his
princess." Columnist Cassandra
Indienantlr declared. "Cats may
look at kings but British palnists
apparently may not look at pert
Swedish princesses." w -'
The Pally -Mirror predicted
'Robin 1 will wed his princess,'
adding "but they have agreed to
wait two years." .
The source of the headlines was
a mystery. Douglas-Home refused
comment and avoided reporters.
- Somehow most papers turned up
with various quotes, attributed to
the princess' suitor.
The Daily Express! said: "Har "Harried
ried "Harried within two years, say his
friends. It e a r r i t d separate
photographs captioned "Hello,
BOSTON. May 7 (UP) Two 15-
year 4 eld girls, trying to escape
from a detention some ny suamg
down S drainpipe, plunged four
, stories te thrir death today.
Pauline LUrr and Marie Nichol Nicholson,
son, Nicholson, both of Toston, were found
letd in a courtyard at the house
si the Good Shepherd, a borne for
wayward girls operated by a
Catholic order of nuns.
- Mother Superior Mary of St.
Francis Xavier said it wis a mys-
, tery- te her why, the girls wanted
te oee ui i;n lencea premises
fey sliding down the drainpipe.
"One tea, girls, if she bad
wasted te. could have esciped
very esstty yesterday. She was at
the dentist's all day and could
- have fW anytime she wanted to,"
The girls' fully clothed bodies
- were found at the base of the ripe
. which extended to their four-floor
dormitory. Their window was
Archt: hop T.ichard J. Cuahuig,
who conducted as eo-the- spot in in-.
. in-. aestivation, termed the deaths
"an unfortunate affair." i
The intutuUoe declined to give
a reason for the girls' detention.
However, many of the girls are
CDlteed there by the courts and all
but the mot incorrigible ones art
grvea considerable freedom.
The Express Vetmpsred the
Swedish royal house of Berna-
dctte, which was established, in
1810, with the house of-Home
which has been Scottish nobility
since 1473. r.fAtrM$.-
The Express recognized Swedish
royalty's' wish that Margaretha
would marry a wealthier man or
a Swede. But it said these were
"smau uiues.T v'J,
"What matters Is that Vouna
people, royal or commoner, have
the right to take' their own risks
ant seek happiness along the path
of their own choosing, the Ex
press o. y-i :?:: ".:-
The Stockholm newspaper
Svenska Dagbladet critized pal
ace omuais ior going into detail
on why the romance was frowned
upon, A:,:':.-...' v ;v ,.? .,;'t ;v..iy
The paper said the palace' right
ly would clear up rumors nut add added
ed added that officials should see to it
that official statements "strictly
Xeep to the facts," an obvious
reference to the royal household s
elaboration of economic factors
against the marriage.
ht she most modern pieces ot
religious art k "Christ in MaJ-
' laxly" shown after it was un unveiled
veiled unveiled at- the Cathedral in Car-
' jdiff, Wales. The work ot sculp sculp-pat
pat sculp-pat Sir John Epstein, the eloo eloo-cated
cated eloo-cated 16-foot-higb piece Is east
in shimmering aluminum. Ep Epstein,
stein, Epstein, 7ft, (eared that be might
not live to see the unveiling to
the public, for the, sculpture
was hidden away in a crate for
' 18 months before being uncov-J
ered. He was in London whemj
the unveiling Anally took place.
As Pries., Clown
Rob Dranch Bank
LAUREL, Miss.. Mar t (UP V-
Two bandits dressed as a priest
ana a ciown rooDea a oranch bank
of $11,000 today. and melted away
unnoticed in -a crowd of gaily
costumed citizens celebrating this
city s 75th anmverssry.
The i bandits' toughest job was
convincing Mrs. W. S. Chancellor,
teller, that they meant business
and were not pulling a prank in
connection, with the diamond jubi
' When she-and Ed Wilson, man manager
ager manager of the suburban branch of
the First National Bank, had
crammed $11,000 into an overnight
bag provided by the robbers,- the
pair left the bank as unobstusively
as they had entered despite their
masks and costumes.. I
They sped away in a 1953 model
automobile that had been, stolen
from a used car lot a short time
earlier. State police said they
etsily could have lost .themselves
in the traffic of celebrants and
threaded their way out of town to
the north. Roadblocks were
thrown up uv every direction.
Laurel is a southeast Mississippi
city of 25,000 population about 140
miles northesst of New Orleans.
"Mrs. Chancellor said that both
bandits wore derby hats like the
celebrants. One wore a clown suit
a? other Virion at eaA. you'll ..5 "c bl
beaeseyourslLTlutlssome-Lk.h rf BnP,t ,
thing lor.tM sny, umia person th1 . mhmA
Pack 12, Gatun
Winds Iln Year
Pack 12 Cub Scouts. Gatun,
wound up a full and gala year of
Cubbinar with a farewell dinner,
community sing, and Easter egg
hunt at the Gatun civic Council
Community Quonset Huts re
Cub Scouts were joined by Bar
ents, brothers and sisters. Cub
Master, Den Mothers, Den Chiefs
and committee members in the
celebration. Dinner was prepared
by the mothers. v
Decorating was done by the
Cubs, supervised by the Den
Mothers. Chicken place cards on
Easter colored paper placemats
were made lor each of the sixty
guests. These were placed around
bouganviua. centerpieces. The
center Jbable held a large Easter
decorated, sheet cake, on -either
side of the cake were tally dec
orated Easter egg trees, made by
the boys in their Dens. v
-In the adjoining building.
beautifully decorated with palm
fronds by the boys ana cud Mas
ter Gayle Fortner, the impress impressive
ive impressive Webelos ceremony was held.
This Is the highest rank attain-
ed in cubbing, and was awarded
to war die Redman and Arthur
Den Mothers and Den Chiefs
were presented with certificates
of appreciation by the pack
committee. Mrs.' Caleb Clement
S resented a musical program she
ad worked on with, the Cub
Scouts, followed bv community
singing. rne evening wound up
with an excitlnsr ece hunt for all
children present, with a very
elusive gold egg, which -was the
last to be found.
The March meeting was a re
crultlng program to round up
boys wisning to become- cub
Scouts next year.
For the young guests or hon
or. Pack 12 boys gave a short re
sume of the Cubbing year just
completed. Each boy described
one month of Pack', and Den
It took them on a review trip
back to organizational month In
Ct.iHk.. wrftK Ka fun
K-y ill I WIW kUO- tUUV VI
picking out Den and Pack songs
snd yells, to paper bag puppet
making and Den Halloween par
ties In October, Flag programs In
November, and the big Pifiata
party at ennstmas time which
was one of the highlights- of the
They went back to January
when Cubs all over the world
turned their '"Eyes to the Sky."
when pack 12 was treated to an
evening at the observatory post
on Red Feather Hill as guests of
the Panama Canal Amateur As
ary's plcnlc-hike to the Old
Swimmln' Hole at Pedro Miguel
River where they hunted rocks
and swam. The evening ended
wim a display or projects done
oy tne Doys. aunng tne year
22 Cub Sceut Leader
On Pacific Side Win
Twenty-two men and warn a
leaders of cub scouts on .the Pact
fic side of the Canal Zone h a v
been awarded training certificates
for completing the -cub scout lead
ers training course. .Award was
announced by Col.. E. W. Grubbs
chairman of Pacific District, Coun-
tll HU, JJ.3.A, ; r
Three basic training sessions for
i j i
icpucri sou-prospective icaaers
den mothers, den fathers. Die
committeemen and women and oth
er interested adults were-onerat-
ea curing April under supervision
oi w. wymer. xne meeungs
were held in the conference room
oi the U.S. Army Caribbean head
quarters building at Fort Amador.
Mr, Wymer is chairman of thi
district leadership and training
committee. ,, r r r
Those who completed the course.
S. Papcun, -Mrs. R. P. P a 1 1 o n
Mrs. S. Yuzna and Mrs. E. Brown,
rac s, uaiooa; vt, k. s. usten
son, rsck 4, Diablo Heights; E
J. Xucas, Pack 5. Ancon
Cough and J. H. Nichols, Pack 7,
Cocoli; Maj. A. A. Tisone, Jack
i.-, AiDrooK Air Force Base.
Mrs. H. H. Msttit. Mn. F.
Speigelberg, Palbk 17. Fort Kobbe
J. Soto, Jr., Maj. and Mrs. J. B.
wmtt, cwo J. R. Fowler, Mrs
R. P. Taffe and Mrs. S. A. Mess
per. Pack 17, Fort Clayton: snd
M-Bgt. ana sirs. j. k. koiuhs
Pack 19. Fort Amador.
Wymer. as chairman, was active actively
ly actively assisted by Cipt. H. H. M a t-
uce, vice chairman of the district
Instructors Included : Dr. ;R. S.
Ostenson, Maj. C. T. Jackson, J,
R. Gough. E. 'J. Lucas.; F. Der-
hfrtdt. Wymer, Matties and Scout
executive Jr. P. Chase.
A total of 73 people enrolled In
the course and the average at
tendance was is for each training
The first session discussed the
cub. scout program from three
points of view the boy's, the lead
er s ana ue parents' designed
to show now cub scouting can af
fect -growth, el a boy .- through
The second meeting covered ad
vancement, including the parents'
part in handling achievements and
suggested ceremonies for recogni
tion.. The final session centered a-
Dout types oi activities lor den
And last they recalled Febru-and pack meetings.
to remember. Dont worry about
the Impression you are making.
Just let eetnebedy impress yon
and yo 'II get along xme.
Leave To Escape
BREMEN. Germany. May tV
(UP) Many young Germans are.
leaving for foreign countries to
escape military service and the
threat of war. a survey showed
The survey by the
tion Counsel iln r Service here
said these reasons were given by
an Increasing number of men In
the 20-to JO-year are groups.
High taxes and the difficulty of
saving money was another fre frequent
quent frequent reason given.
a.m. CST, she said, and the shorter
one, the clown, said "lady this is
"I backed up and grinned, Mrs.
Chancellor said, "thinking it' was
a Jubilee Joke.
But the clown, obviously jittery,
said "I mean it, give me your
,money,w and one of the robbers
ordered Wilson to get off the tele telephone.
phone. telephone. he and Wilson were directed to
get all the money from the drive drive-m
m drive-m window, Mrs. Chancellor said.
"Lady,. I mean-all of it," said
the down, waving a small pistoL
The teller said they were put putting
ting putting money is the bag when a
customer drove up to the drive-in
window on the outside of Mrs.
Emigra-j Chancellor's cage and apparently
tngntenea oa ue robbers.
Although they were masked, the
robbers were .white men, Mrs.
Chancellor was certain. The etowa
was described as being abort and
arjout 25 .years old. The bogus
priest appeared to-be about 40.J
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DARK PICTURE The crime trend fca the United States in j
lafe presented a dark picture, licbtened only by a email de- I
crease in robbery. The Federal Bureau of Investigation says" f
all other major, crime classifications -showed increases, with
larceny taking toe major step ot 11.7 per ceoL-CruMS s(-
yawwa unocr sag upiu ner
Drilish Troop Cut
Asked Dy Adenauer
.. BONPf,NGermany.. May 8 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer ap appealed
pealed appealed to British Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan today to post post-Done
Done post-Done Britain'? projected switch to
an all v jiuclear defense strategy
until the new west German4 army
becomes an effective fighting
Adenauer made his plea in talks
that began shortly after Macmil
lan arrived here bv air for an of
ficial three-day visitthe -first by
a-British prime Minister to a sov sovereign
ereign sovereign Germany since Neville
Chamberlain went to Munich inj
Bonn government sources said said-Adenauer
Adenauer said-Adenauer warned Macmillan that
immediate withdrawal of a large
part of Britain's Rhine army
from Germany would leave a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous gap in this nation's de defenses.
fenses. defenses. -'
The sources said the Chancellor
urged thatt he British phll out be
delayed 'at least until the build-up
of West German armed forces is
further advanced and atomic
weapons are available to replace
the ground troops Britain is plan planning
ning planning to withdraw. 4
Britain has (proposed cutting its
NATO forces In Germany from
80,000 to about 50,000 men in line
with its atomic age defense
streamlining plan. Present plans
call for the withdrawal of 13,000
British Rhine army troops this
Macmillan arrived at noon at
nearby Wahn Airport for the se serin
rin serin of talks designed to clear up
some of the disagreements that
have clouded i Anglo-German rela relations
tions relations since the troop-cutting plan
was announced. c :
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Dodders Behind Slants
Of Converted Outfielder
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK, May 8 (UP)' That familiar fire
engine color' marked the "hottest", players in the
majors today as the Cincinnati Redlegs ran their
victory streak to eight games and Ted Williams of
the Boston Ited Sox sent his batting, average soar soaring
ing soaring to .453.
m.. orfir. lnnvrf like the then threw wildly to second, per-
bust of the season when theylmitting Gene Woodling to go to
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' LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)
Player and club r ab r h pet.
Hoak, Cincinnati 19 61 11 25 .410
Aaron. Mil. -". 18 82 20 32 .390
Musiai, au liouis 17 n 28 ,389
Robinson, Clnci. 17 74 15 27 .365
FOiles, Pitts. 17 52 T 19 .365
Dark, St. Louis 16 70 14 25 .357
Bowihan, Phlla. 19 66 12 23 .348
Groat, Pitts. 1ft 75 13 26 .347
S'dienst, N.Y. 21 90 14 30 ,333
Temple, Clnci., 18 67 13 22 .32.J
Fernandez, Phil. 19 64 8 21 28
coat, a converted outfielder; Ms Roberta i didn't throw an home
first fiitchintt triumph in the run balls for the first time in
rramned confines of Ebbets 1 five starts this season as he won
15 53 14 24 .453
20 77 14 29 .377
wu us uaoco m I Bertoia, Detroit '19 63 22 .349
walked Rocky Colavito to force werfa ri eve 17 60 a n m
in Woodling with the winning 5S.b5oii 14 M 7 l! Si
m v. u u Jioto amo.!Minoso, Chicago 17 66 13 21 .318
Spahntched complete games, Rell Baltlmore Ja 60 .5 19 J17
sweep his first four starts this ManU ,8 12 3ia
y??J.D," .. r."H; Maris. Cleve. 17 18 7 21 .309
him for seven hits and live runs.
lost six straight games to tne.tnira ana omiin w ,""-.u' Simpson, K.C.
MHwmiltPP Rraves. But now iney Biurajyani wib.cu vic wcits wlPM rh
are traveling like an Ohio River
1 boat passing Cincinnati at f lood lood-Jtlde
Jtlde lood-Jtlde and whipped the Brooklyn
Dodgers Tuesday night, 9-2.
Manager Birdie Tebbetts' men
have swept eight games since
opening an ; Eastern Invasion A A-nril
nril A-nril 2n at Philadelphia. Their
latest triumph eave Hal Jeff-
Miami Whips Rochester 7-2
To Take 2-Game IL Margin
. W L
lr Williams drove In three runs
" With a single and homer to give
the Red Sox a 4-3 triumph
oyer the White Sox at Chica Chicago.
go. Chicago. Ted, returning to action
after being hit on the right
,arm Sunday at Cleveland, also
drew three walks for a perfect
night as he backed Tom Brew Brew-.
. Brew-. er's three-bit pitching.
tierb Score, who led the majors
In strikeouts the last two seasons,
suffered what may prove a se serious
rious serious injury when he was struck
on the right eye by a line drive
uTthe first inning at Cleveland.
Butthe Indians, with Bob Lemon
replacing Score, battled back to
eage the New York Yankees on
two unearned runs, 2-1.
- -Vic Power hit his second hom homer
er homer of the night in the 10th in inning
ning inning to give the Kansas City
Athletics their fourth traight
victory, 3-2, over the Baltimore
nrinles. In Tuesday's only day
game, two-run homers by Frank
House ana Frame tfouni?
his second after -losine three
The Cub-Pirate game lasted
four hours and 17 minutes. It
was the fourth consecutive
time a night game went into
extra innings at Forbes Field
and Pittsburgh lost all of
them. Long nd Lee Walls, who
were traded to the Cubs last
week by the Pirates, were key
figures in the Chicago triumph.
Catcher Ray Katt drove m
three runs one more than his
nrevious outDut for the season
to provide the punch behind
Worthington's relief pitching lor
the Giants against the Cardinals
at the Polo Grounas.
Isthmian fans who eagerly fol
low the fortunes of the West Indian
cricket team now touring. England,
may at the same time, should they
cravp avail themselves of the opportune
ty, witness some exhilarating dis
p'ays by many of the outstanding
local players as a result of a "bo "bonus
nus "bonus package" to be presented in
the course of the next few weeks
by the Cricket Leagues of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and Pacific sides.
Next Sunday, May 12 at Mount
Hope, Excelsior C. C. will be
crowned Atlantic side Champions
as they play against a team com composed
posed composed of members of the Wander-
erg and Surrey clubs. Prizes ma-
down ny of which was obtained through
'ne uiaeiatigame euoris ot league
Secretary D'Elman Clarke, will be
presented to some of the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding olavers of the Season.
Similarly at La Boca, Clovelly
C.C., Pacific side winners, will
exhibit their prowess against repre
sentatives of the Seymour Agency,
"W A W., and Paraiso clubs, while
accepting their Trophy, emblema-
fc of supremacy in tneir League.
Exctluor vs Clovally
On Sunday. May 19, the Excel Excelsior
sior Excelsior club will travel to La Boca
where they will engage the strong
Clovelly contingent in the first of
two matches to decide the cham champion
pion champion club of the Isthmus. The sec second
ond second encounter is slated for the
Mount Hope Stadium on Sunday,
Thursday. May 30. Memorial
t.h Detroit Titters a 5-3 victory
and ruined Cookie Lavagetto's
debut as manager of the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators.
" In the other National League
folght action, the Philadelphia
PlUllies routed Warren spahn
while giving Robin Roberts an
-4 victory over the Braves; .two .two-nun
nun .two-nun singles by pinch-hitter Bob
iSpeake ana uaio ijong in mi
SHth gave the Chicago Cubs a 10 10-i8
i8 10-i8 triumph over the Plttsburfh
Tirates, and Al Worthington's
live scoreless renei mnuiRs neip neip-d
d neip-d th .New York Giants down
the SVLouis cardinals, 3-5.
Don Hoak, Roy McMillan and
' Frank Robinson each got two
hits and Art Schult collected
three as the Redlegs battered
Johnny Podres, Ed Roebuck and
Ken Lenman w Keep me maju
league season's longest winning
streak alive. Cincinnati made it
r rout with five runs in the top
f the ninth.
Billy Klaus walked with two
L"out in the ninth and Williams
foUowed with his sixth 1957
) homer to give Boston a 4-2
'margin. It was the decisive
J.'blow because, with two out in
the bottom of the inning, Lar-;-ry
Doby homered for the White
SOx with Minnie Minos on
v The Indians beat the Yankees
Ift the eighth when right llelderj
Inst. Al Smith's DOU
i In th rlr or tne I1MU.S ana uy, an Aii-aiar seiccuun i r v iu
IV,. M..n,in rViz-L-ot Tja0ii IP:
rific side) will invade the Atlantic
idt where they will collide with
the defending representatives of
ie Excelsior, Surrey, and Wan Wanderers
derers Wanderers clubs at Mount Hope.
These matches should all prove
HOME RUNS .I'.7
Aaron, Braves .".Ir.
Adeock, Braves .... p -.... 6
Sauer, Giants b
Campanella, Dodgers ,.Y 4
Moon, Cardinals ........ 4
i ,, : r r-Williams,
Williams, r-Williams, Red Sox........
Simpson, Athletics v.
(Four tied with 4 each
Hi t -v
RUNS BATTED IN
Furillo, Dodgers ......... 19
Sauer, Giants 19
Aaron, Braves ........... 17
Hoak, Redlegs .......... 17
Ennis, Cards t.. 16
Jones, Phils 16
Lollar, White Sox
Doby, White Sox
Maris, Indians .,
W L Pet
Trucks, Athletics ... 4 0 1.000
Narleski. Indians ... 3 0 1.000
Sanford. Phils . ..3 0 1.00Q
(Seven tied witn 2-0)
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The 21-year-old Philadelphia!!
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WINNERS OF CANAL ZONE POLICE GUARD SHOOT Pic Pictured
tured Pictured above, left to right, are the three top scorers in the
Canal Zone Police Guard Revolver Match, held Saturday at
the .Canal Zone Police Target Range1, Balboa. : They are Albert
s. Hunter, cristoDai, wno scorea sawara M.- jemmott,
Balboa, who scored 163 and Crispin S.. Mayers, Balboa, who
scored 154. Hunter has won the match' every year since 1952,
. aix times In a row.
The lin scores:
1 Ui Innings) 1
, 200 001 020 000 05 9 0
- 001100 003 00016 16. 3
Naranjo, Gnmwald (9), Phil Phillips
lips Phillips (9), Donoso (10) and Peter
Vargas- Wala (7),' Crlstante
(9), Barker (10) and Roseboro.
r WP: Barker. LP: Donoso. HRs:
Sullivan. 2, Parris. .Wilson.
260 000 010-9 13 2
101 000 0002 8 3
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"BULLET FOR JOF"
Today incanto 35, 30
June Ally son Jn
-TH1 OPPOSITE SEX"
Robert Taylor to
The Power and The Prise
Today, DEAL-. 20 -.70
Rosita Qulntana in
Carmen Montejo In
By HERBERT MOISE
RAINBOW CITY, (Mt. .Hope
Stadium) t We watched a good
softball game "between two good
teams and, like many of the over
600 spectators on band, we are
high in our praises for the visit visiting
ing visiting Jamaicaiv team. This does not
mean that the local team 'is not
deserving of praise too. but t h e
visitors played an equally-balanced
game in most respects even out'
hitting 'our team in their Isth
mian aeDut just six nours aner
eettins off their Diane.
Noticeable on a quick glance Is
the unusually fast game that the
visitors play. They employ bunts,
hit-and-run, stolen bases and a
thrilline offensive maneuver of
drawing .throws then breaking for
the Drecedine base. This tactic
failed them only once in five-tri't
The overall play of the JamaW
can club strikes us as a bit im
Droved over the last Jamaican
girl team that played here three
years ago but the lack or t n e
finer points of defensive Softball
is evident. This deficit is offset by
the hitting 'ability, of the Pioneer
Cubs,: the name printed on the
white T-shirts worn over a maroon-red
pedal pusher. Coach Ma-
ceo and his team played a very
The tame started with all the
aspects of a duel, which is finally
ended as, but at the beginning it
snneared to a tieht affair as W.
Rodney of Jamaica and M. Knight
of Giscombe's pitched scoreless
first and second innings.
In the third the visitors broke
the ice with two runs, only to
have the home club tally one.
The very next frame saw the Pio
neer Cubs of Jamaica acore three
to'uo their lead by four runs. Gis
combe reduced that margin in the
bottom of the fifth with one run,
onlv to have the Jamaican lassies
core three more on spectacular
baserunning and timely hitting in
the top of the aixth.
In the bottom sixth, the home
club bee an setting the stage for;
the sensational finish with a four
mn outburst as the Cub defense
creased slightly. Came the sev
(nth ami tha Giicombe victory.
I. Markland walked and went au
the way to .third as thirdbaseman
T. Smith of Ja. fired wildly p a a t
second on M. Knight's grounder.
Velta Austin reached first on an
other to third as Markland scored.
Wilmot lined to shortstop E. Par
kins who mad a great catch but
I spoiled the play as she tried to
pick the runner on secona ana
threw wildly past the bag to allow
runners to move up to second and
third bases. Teresa Malcolm then
singled sharply up the middle and
bad Knight score xrom uurn ana
Austin ail the way from second
witli the trial and winning runs.
Aside from scoring the winning
run. Austin was that leading hitter
the Giscomb team with "3 fori
Flrstbaseman D. Fisher of the
fnean Pioneer Cubs with 3
for 4 was that team's star hitter.
1 her also endeared herself, to
fhe spectators with her brilliart
play around the bag. i, She is
southpaw) all the way.
Here on a tight schedule,' the
Jamaicans will play the Malta Vi
gar Butterflies tonight. Tomorrow
they will tangle with Cerveza Bal-
Doa.ot the Pacific side. Both
games will be at the Mt. Hope Sta
dfum. Pacific aiders will set their
lirsi glimpse ox ine visitors oni
jr noay wnen iney piay Aieman, jr,
one oi me gam is yet undeter
' Her- and There : Astor L- w 1 s
and Clifford Green,. two well well-known
known well-known softball and baseball enthu
siasts complained that the DeDorti
vo Giacombe coach, committed a
.ecnnical inteference" a h
charged onto the field before 'Vel
ta Ausun scored the winning run,
Catchers Betty of Ja. and Mar k-
land of DG impressed us, -Betty
with her hustle and Markland with
her. strong accurate arm. The hon
orable S. G.' Simons, British Con
sul in Colon, made the first pitch,
airs. v. Alexis mused it and Dor
othy Peat caught th "honor
a..UH 1 AL J I
p ica in ute opening ceremony
J Spanish Program!
i CAMINO del MAL
lth Ana Peluffo
I D S EM REN ADA
. STRATEGIC AIR
Great Double Features!
Alan Ladd In
Nancy Kelly In
THE BAD SEED.
- Gld PrlM f5M.N
f : THE EENTCCXIAN
Paul Disharoon, Jf(; outshot1
present and took the Captain
W. Stewart Memorial TroDhy
the Cristobal Gun Club's Sunday
rooming za-yara iTap contest, but
naa to numoie two oi his Pacific
Sid cohorts In the process, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal gunners shooting way off the
marc. .- -.. .- w-. .; j r.
Disharoon,' Maury .Holmes and
B'll Cunningham went into a shoot
on after each scored 39 only out
of 50 birds thrown,: and Disharoon
testified to the toughness of t h-c
course by beating them out with a
20 over Homes' 19 and Cunninc-
nam s is. Mr. waiter Johnston,
range manager, deposed that no
birds had been Intentionally greas-
Littl grac marked the bowing
of the Cristobal group, which con contested
tested contested th match with fervor, and
expressed a universal willingness
to "go among 'era again. Gold
coast hopes were nearly fulfilled
by R. C ("Good V Casey") Ca-
kanova, who managed to ruin 36
despite his painfully handicapping
bad knee, and Captain Bill Jones.
generally acclaimed as. a 39-year
Cristobal man (presently suspected
oi apostasy, but not yet indicted
therefor) wb als brokV 36. "-Full
Full "-Full scores follow (Note to Ed
this'Jl get me run off from both
sides, Boss; and where to go
nm ner7): .
. - 39
: r. 39
Nardella." James (8) and Wat-
Donovan.? Grlmslev (1).
ocnmiiz tzi ana St. ciaire.
WP: Nardella. LP: Donovan
uui. uanieis, i nomas, mmpe.
Miami -. 300 100 1117 14 9
Rochester 100 000 0102 6 11
Qualters. Mason O) and Mo-
- R. Blaylock," Macklnson (6)
Greson (9) and Shantz. '"
WP: Qualters. LP R. Blaylock,
003 160 010-J1 13
600 010 020 9 16
Pena, Heard (1), Ramirez (4)
Scantlebury (5), Lane (8), Hat Hat-ten
ten Hat-ten (9) and Sierra, Izquierdo (9)
Drews, Bradford (4); Romber-
ger (6), Woold,rldge (8); Nagy
(9) ana Nowe.
, , 'i,
WP: Scantlebury. LP: Romber'
ger. HRs: Noble, Serena,
NEW YORK. May 8 (UP)
The Miami Marlins own a two
same lead In the International
League today on the strength of
another line pitching perform'
Tom Oualteri. a 22-year-old
righthander, picked 'up his first
victory of-the season as Miami
downed Rochester. 7-2, last
night. The Martini mounosmen
have now yieiaea iusc eigne runs
and 22 hits in tneir last lour
games. Henry Mason witched the
ninth inning to save the win for
Richmond broke a three-game
loslnr streak by whlppino the
Toronto Maple Leafs, 9-2. The
victory, which was sparked by
a six-run outburst In the second
inning, enabled the Veea to move
into a virtual tie ior secona
place with Toronto. Wimpy Nar
della received credit for bis first
wla while Larry Donovan took
his second loss.
In other games.- Havana
squeezed out an 11-9 win over
Buffalo and Montreal defeated
Columbus, 6-5, in 13 Innings.
FIGHTING FINISH Blakemere (6) barely makes it to tht
finish, line -ahead ot m'utuelsT favorite Kadir (1) in Sunday'
Ttlghtcap at the President Remon racetrack.' Jockey Concep Concep-cl6n
cl6n Concep-cl6n "Toche" Ruiz- rode toe winner while Vlrglllc). "Tuerto
..: Castillo had the leg"up,.on the runnerup;;
St. Louis :
k 9. 8
, TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at New York
Cincinnati at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
. 4 (Night Game)
Milwaukee ooi 003 0004 6 o
Philadelphia 021 210 20x 8 13 0
epann (4-1) Buhl (5), Trow Trowbridge
bridge Trowbridge (7) and CrandalL Sawat-
Roberts (2-3) and Lopata.
Teams w f. Pet.
ew york f m .j?
Chicago , .11
Boston i -Kansas
Cleveland ... 9
Detroit 4 11
uauimore . 7 11 4189 S
waanuigtoo. y 4 18 .18 10
Boston at Chicago
Washington at Detroit
Baltimore at Kansas City (N)
New York at Cleveland (N
. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 000 000 1001 6 ; S
H. T. Leisy o rf rf-J.
J. rf-J. C. La stinger
H. H. ShacUett 2C
! (Not to Ed.: Boss, if Just ain't
stf for m to go oo. "Shack"
?s Gail Kcllar will b shooting
with vs pretty soon, and mayb
h knows a wsy to throw a man-i
tl of protection over me,.but bb bb-ti'
ti' bb-ti' then. ...)-,'
I Lest aoro innocent soul with
fool intent presume upon the fig figures
ures figures cited, let it be known that
further shooting took place. Bad
frvm 16 yards, Jones (good Cris-
tobaute!) rsa straight for 25, Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham broke 24, Holmes 22, and
409 Kucter took off after a rabbit.
lose your shirt
. on wrong
v -(Night Game)
Cincinnati 020 110 0059 14 2
erooKiyn 100 000 1002 6 2
jerrcoat (2-1) and Bailey.
Podres (1-2). Roebuck. Leh
man and Walker. u
' (Night Game) ':'
St. Louis v 0O0 050 0005 9 1
New York 200 130 20x 9 15 0
- Wehmeier (2-1), and H. Smith,
Burnsid (1-2), Worthington
ana &aiw ; y -j
? (14 Innings)
Chicago , ik-
000 500 001 000 0410 15 2
. 005 022 002 000 02 8 17 1
Poholsky. Littlefield, ValenUn-
ettL Lown (1-0), HlUman, Col-
lum and Neeman,
Friend, Kline, Arroyo, Face,
Purkey, Pepper (0-1) and Folles.
000 00Q llx 2
Sturdivant (1-2) and Berra.
Score. Lemon (2-3) and Wnann
Nixon. -;'.'(' j y- ...
Washington' 001 002 000 S S O
Detroit ?pi: pOl 040 00x- 9.9
Abernathy (0-3),-5. BrodowskL
Clevenger and Berberet v
Foytack (2-1) and Hotue,
(Night Game)' '-. ; ":
Boston -; 100 000 1024 11 1
Chicago 000 010 0024 3 0
Brewer (3-5) and Whit.
- Donovan (l-i) and Lollar.
4 .(. (Night Game) 1 ;; :
, j ' -' i t ..
(1ft Tnntnp ...
Baltlmor 010 001 000 0 2 i -J 4 9
K. City 100 000 01013:9:0
Brown (1-1 and Trtandoa.
Duren. Tmcka la-ni n4
Smith. .. .
and tczp if cn!
. ERINCJNO VP FATHER The sole support of W f(hr
and youncrr ttwUr five-Tear-oid Carole Heon at 1hir hntn
in MootreaL &'too H-on, 260-pound wrestler wbe bourn
4.000 pounds oo his back, seems to be having more trxh
KOiiJig hit route er dMtfhtrt thaav Caxai. iuks wath JaT
.WEDNESDAY, MAY 1957
. THK PANAMA AMERICAN AjS X'.HU'LDIM1 DAILY NEWSPAPER
Sell 'Trying- to. Persuade ; tongresiiibLegaliie Selection',' Option ; Clause
Talks to 80
Out Golf Clubs;
Willie Not Bitter
rr, r y ; A - Y -! .',.' t (NEA T"elepb.oto)
' PHOTO FINISH This shiws Iron Liege (1A) winning the 83rd Kentucky perby from Oal Oal--
- Oal-- Sfio ran second at Churchill Downs Uuim wa.1 Bound Tabie, and fourth was
Bold Ruler, v
iA v-CEILIMGEEiO''::,;;", :
, ,4--; r """J ) ;
' I v -. ( OP OCCIDENTAL
' fT-' 7 w: L-lFT&y TUB. I
'til v I ii Zeco&o to,
ill r nY. ivm .i i y nil a.
" ''f 'l "'"' t T
football. League Commissioner
Bert .lieu, duly reentered vim i
lobbyist in accord
law, is trying to persuade Con-.
ress mat professional football'!
player selection and. option clause
coniracis snouia Be iemed. 1
Air we're a skin it JiMrlno
uciyro me proper perons tne ju-
uimai cuiuiuuiec or wnoevery n
may be." Bell said .J'! talked 1a
vu or bo congressmen in Washing Washington
ton Washington in recent week. All. expressed
amazement when our side was
presented. Now, we only wan't a
bearing iot ur case,"
Bell revealed he is sending 'a 43
page brechure, "The Story -V of
rroiessipnai f ootosir; to ,att U.S.
senators ( and.; representative i f ak
exhibit' No. 1 in' the league's -ef
forts', to have Congress. wipe" ouk
tht ; Supreme 'Court'f kdversil"" der
cision M, Jast, Fepruary Y. -S
The court ruled in the appeal
of former Detroit lions player
Bill Radovich that' professional
football, was not exempt from; the
nnti-trust laws, tven though the
jurists had exempted professional
baseball in an earlier decision.)
' Radovich'' had sued for treble
damages, alleging the 1 e a g il e
blacklisted him after he lumped
his Detroit contract, thus depriv-
irg iim from a livelihood in foot-
Gordie llove Gels
Most Sought Hockey
Prize Hart Trophy
. MONTREAL.. (UP) Gordie
Howe, f described 2 by many as
"the perfect hockey, player," has.
added the National Hockey
League's most coveted prize to
his collection-i-the Hart Trophy as
tne league s most vaiuaDie piayer.
The brilliant Detroit Red. Wings
super stai was a runaway winner
ns he won the trophy for the third
time in his 11-year career.
, Howe is the thu-a player ever
to wm the Jiart Trophy three; or
more times. Edaie shore. .. tne
Boston Bruins famed defenseman,
was voted the award f ouf times
and HOwie Morenz. the Canadient'
immortal center, won it three
times. ",-. i
Although Howe ; trailed Mont
real's Jean Beuveau in the mid
season- voting by eight points, ht
piled up 68 points in the, second
half to win ; by nearly. 2-1 over
Beliveau with 111 points to the
Cwnadiens star's 88. Andy Bath Bath-gate
gate Bath-gate of New York, who didn't get
a sinele vote in the first half,
picked up 51 in the last half to
umsn third, ,
In addition, to having hit name
inscribed on r the silver .trophy,
Howe nicks un 11.000 In cash
from the league. 'Combined with
the 'money, he has won for winJ -nv.w. vnnK-nrp m Jim
ning ,the.. scoring,. rfpionshia Konstanty -wai try 4af reach-sve.iJ.
being; selected; on the firsUv AWjirr, into the past today in a last-h
LOS ANRELfiS fTTPVj.WV.uI
"tu ouuBuiMnnr.' uiuiea jus gou
nuos our oi ine. closet today; and
prepared in s out a u-day sua
pension imposed on him bv stew
ards of Churchill Downs for mis
judging, the finish line of last .Sat
uroay s Kentucky Derbv.
. Shoemaker didn't b 1 a m the
stewards 1 for suspending himhe
blamed himself for the act of mis mis-judgment
judgment mis-judgment that probably cost his
mount, Gallant Man; victory in
me. race as ne was. nosed out ty
Hvn juege. ,
Whn informed; of nis 'suspen 'suspension.
sion. 'suspension. .. Shoemaker said DhilosoDhi
eallyJ "They think thev're doine
the right thing,' so t; guess there's
little I can say about, "it. I just
made a stupid, mistake, in judg
went and that's, that.'' .,
Shoemaker revealed he realized
nis, mistake the instant' af tee he
stood;, up in the 4rons at the 16th
pole and said the names lie silent silently
ly silently called himself couldn't be print
ed in. a Jiewspaper.-' -- -1
'J'TTwn I .ImiA '.that wkiA lt.
lanU.Man again,, but-' it was" too
late. 1. dldn t pull .him uo when I
eased up in the saddle, but the
change in" my position -' caused
uiirvo nesnaie momeniariiy-just
n ought that we dropped: from a
noa& to a. nead- behmd. He didn t
break stride, though."
The suspension prevented Shoe
maker from possibly ; riding Gal
lant Man in the Preakness at
Pimlico May 18 and : the little
jockey will be unable to ride un- NEW YORK (UP) Floyd Pat'
ri May 23 at any maior, track un- icrson plans a defense of the
der the Churchilr" Downs ban. heavyweight crown at London
. Shoemaker said at Churchill this year because of his manag-
uowns the identical coloring of
BELT THE DODGERS, RODCERS -Peering through the screen t the. batting cage,
Tommy Henrich watches intently as Andre Rodgers takes his icuU. : The former Yankee
luminary, is coaching the Giants. and .concentrating on the -hitters. The Polo Grounders V
could .use, the big recruit shortstop's long ball. Question is will he hit it often enoughT '..
In London Ring
the poles tended to confuse him.
agreeing with Gallant Man's train train-er,:
er,: train-er,: John i Nerud, that the finish
ur.e is obscured: at the track.
His miscue. cost Shoemaker 10
per cent of the winner's share of
the parse 110,700. ,. ,;
In NY Hospital
NEW YORK .UP)-The condi-
hrn of Larrv- MacPhaU.- lormer
major league baseball executive,
was listed as satisfactory" today
at New -York" Hospital, where he
has been under observation since
last -week. .. 'u
- MacPhail entered the, hospital
r imfferii.B a recurrence of an
Mestinal attack. A similar seizure
hospitalized him last uecemoer.
After, selling -his stock in the
N-w York Yankees In 1947, Mao Mao-Phail
Phail Mao-Phail served briefly as managing
d'rector of the Bowie racetrack.
In recent years, he has been a i
succesrful' breeds thorough j
bred horses at his Clen Angus
Farm near Belair, Md.
Big 'Klu' Resigned
Of Baseball Season
CINCINNATI (UP)-") Troubled
Ted Kluszewski, practically r re res'
s' res' gned to being, out for the re
mainder oi tne DaseDau season,
wmts doctors to have one more
ook at his aching back before un
derpoinc aureerv. I --x-
The big Cincinnati Redlegs first
baseman was scheduled to leave
the hospital today where he un underwent
derwent underwent tests for a week in order
to find what was causing a pais
his left hip.
Doctors said Kluszewski was
suffering from a slipped disc and
recommended an operation..' He
tentatively agreed-to surgery -on
condition the team of nine doctors
who diagnosed his injury take an
other look.- '- a' .-'
Star team and other: accomplish-1
ments.'the big right winf will re
ceive $4,500 m bonus- money and
probably- another $1,000 from : his
club which usually matches all
Along The Fairways
m :::'.,':; -:.:
y OSCAR RALIY'
U AMADOR WOMEN'S Y
. In the Ladies Day tournament
held at Amador golf club last week
there was a tie for low gross prize
with Bev Dilfer and Marge Sewell
both turning in good scores of 80.
Since Marge also won low net; Bev
was awarded the low gross prize.
. Second low 'net. wis, 'taken by E-
thei Perantie, There was also a
tie for third low net between Anna
Moynihan and Bev Friedman. Au Audrey
drey Audrey Saupe again- won the putting
prize with 50 putts. , , v
"This week's tournament will bef:. Few of them-hit It any bigger
Meaai riay wun a-4 nanoicap. ah than Konstanty before ne was o o-clul
clul o-clul members-ere reminded that trayed by his pride, only to dis dis-there
there dis-there will be some special prizes cover that while it's a long way
and spot prizes in this tournament,
o there wul be fun for all.
Following the morning's nl a y
there will be a luncheon at the Of
ferer's Club for all members.. At
this time prizes for the recent
tournaments will be awarded and a
business meeting will be-neid.
" V ": .. ''
ditch effort t6 lave hU baseball
This is strictly a long shot for
the burly man with tne spectacles
who back in 19S0 pitched tne rnij
lies to the1 National League pen
nant. But.' released from the Pa
cific Coast League, neu storm
the Polo Grounds to try to capi capitalize
talize capitalize on the pitching poverty of
the New York Giants. T
Yet big Jim is 40 now and it Is!
doubtful that even the Giants are
desperate enough to hire him, or
keep nim very long u tney ao.
.'. 'V.-'' L. ,' 1
It Is another instance of how the
old heroes try frantically to cling
t a way of life fashioned in their
youth. The' minors are filled with
them, guvs playing out the string
such 'as Monte Irvin, Gene Bear-l
aen, Grady Hatton, Red Munger,
Larry. Jansen. Bill VoiseUe, Luke
easier' ana oaica raige.
Betrayed Sy PrWe
'Ha did. But in the process hi
ruined his motion and lost his
control. : i
He nan one xair year with a
14-10' record in 1953 but then Was
waived out of the National League
the next season and saw brief
service with the Yankees,
'Since- then' it has been downhill
to the minors from'' which it took
him so long to spring; And now
he'll make one last urgent effort
but even -ttf -big Jim the odds
must seem hopelessly high.
t" the top it's a short trip to the.
bottom. ... v ..-;
V It's part of1 the baseball history
books how -Konstanty, after nine
mediocre years, suddenly caught
fire for the Phillies in ISM and
led the whiz Kids to the pennant.
H was the rapoy guy of a young
ball -club bui the man who prced
them home as he won 18 games
and saved two dozen more while
aroearinf In 74 cames. It earned
the league's Most valuable flayer
i The league results last night
and club standings follow:
St, Paul 5, Denver 3
Minneapolis 4, Omaha 0
- Charleston 3, Wichita 1
Indianapolis 7, Louisville 3
"The next year." he says, "I
wss se lousy I kept wishing I wai
hit ting gaibst myself." - --
. 7 Victim Of Owa Vanity ,V
He was victim of his own
vanity. The opposition kept nee
dling him, throughout bis bit.
ytar; that be threw a -"nothing'
p'teb and ridiculed the fact that
he didnt have a fast balL Kon Konstanty
stanty Konstanty decided to do sometbine
about it and worked hard te de develop
velop develop a blazer.
St Paul .. ..
W- L Pet
13 6 .684
er's bitter feud with the Interna
tional Boxing Club.
"Whether it will be a June or
September defense we do not
Know yet," manager Cus D'Amato
spid today. "But I intend Floyd to
defend for promoter Harry Levine
at London some time this -year."
He said there s a possibility 22-vear-old
Floyd may risk his title
for- the first time somewhere in
the United States "for an inde independent
pendent independent promoter" arid make his
second at London "or vice-
D'Amato, torrldly c r i t i c a 1 of
Jim Norris and his IBC, de declared:
clared: declared: "One thing is certain.
Patterson will not fight for the
under any circumstances.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass. (UP)
John Yovicsin. Harvard g new
head football coach, has named
F. Alex BelL Roger Robinson and
James Lentz. as his assistants.
CHICAGO (UP)-Willie Vaughn
will replace 1 Rocky Castellani as
Bjbby Boyd's opponent in a mid-
dltweight bout at Chicago Stadium
may is, t-asteiiani wai replaced
because of an eye injury, suffered
in a recent fight with Ernie Du-
GARDEN' CITY, N.Y. (UP)
seventy wheelchair athletes will
compete in races, archery. Jave
lin throw, darts, basketball free
throw and table tennis during the
turst National Wheelchair : Games
at Adelphi College June 1.
FORT COLLINS. Colo. tUPl
Jack Christiansen and Jim David
of the Detroit lions, Dale Dodrill
and Gary Glide of the Pittsburgh
Sleelers. Alex Burl of the Chicago
Cardinals and Don Burroughs of
the Los Angeles Rams will play
tor the alumni against the varsity
May 18 in Colorado State Univer University's
sity's University's spring practice football.
By GILBERTO BURTON
Final First-Half Standing
Won Lost GB
Elga .. .. .... ..81
Nehi .......... 7 3 iy2
Tivoll Motors .... 5 3 22
Tropelco ........ 4 5 -4
Sommers' Sparks ..2 8 6'b
Mutual Of Omaha 1 7 6"2
Final Second-Half Standings
Mutual Of Omaha 8
Sommers' Sparks .'7
Nehi .. 6
Elga .. 6
Tivoll Motors .. ..1
Elga .. .. 2 0
Mutual Of Omaha .0 2 .2
Elga, S-A captured top honors
in the Isthmian Little League
campaign alter consecutive vie
tories over Mutual of Omaha in
the final play off series of the
Elga made a shambles of the
first half season of play, knock-,
ing over all opposition, losing;
pust once. and. tying just one
game, thanks to the powerful
Eats welldec by Carew and Ira
Barber. Evelyn, Pacheco and
Stennet also contributed to the
Elga victories. Nehi challenged
Riga's nrst place out waa never
a serious threat.
The second half was a much
closer race wtlh Nehi, Mutual of
Omaha and Sommers' Sparks
exchanging first place several
times. Elga got off to ft bad start' v
and was ouf of the race-almost a
week before the half-endnd.
Nehi was eliminated In th
last scheduled game of tne Sec Second
ond Second half and Sommers' Sparks
ended up In a 7-3 Ue wtih Mtr Mtr-tual
tual Mtr-tual of' Omaha. L. Robinson
pitched two-hit no-run baseball- -for
five innings in the playoff :
game, then an error at second-'
base and a stolen base lost the"
game and first place for Robin
son and Sommers'. ,"'M
-Fans who attended the first
game of championship' playoff; f
saw closely contested baseball for
five innings.!" coming Into the
sixth inning with- a 8-5 score;
Phillips allowed Barber's cmasrr
to get by him. Cooper fumbjea
Stennet's roller and started-a,
nine-run rally which OmahW
could not match.
' Score By Innings
' Championship Series, May
Elga 112 10914 1)J
Omaha . 221 001--Ma &
-The'eecond game provedworff
exciting and was won in the ii-
nal inning more by luck than by
actual strategy. Cumberbatcr),
the loser,- pitched a much better
game than did winner Hebberv
who ..relieved Bonnjck. "1
Omaha lost tht game but wori
admiration from fans, managers-
and coaches. Just like the Doda
ers of maior league basebalL
they cry 'Wait 'till next year." f
Score By Innings w'ti
Championship Series, May Jf ;
Omaha 400 02U a 5'
Elga' ' 400 1027 4
SATIN A CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR!
fh BIO ironing
aid in fh box.
. 1 1 1 't'lf
The league results and Hand Handings
ings Handings follow: ,.- a '
Oklahoma City 2. Austin 1 (1st)
Austin 15, Oklahoma City 4 (2nd)
Dallas 11, Shreveport 4 --.- .-
Fort Worth 3. Houston 1
San Antonio 2, Tulsa 1
Dallas ..... .. .. 12
Houston .. -. 13
8an Antonio .. .. ..11
Oklahoma aty ..' 11 9.
Tulsa .......... 7 9
Shreveport 1 10
Fort Worth .. .. 8 13
Austin ... ,. Nl 14
t Panama's newest "driva-in rtataufartt" toon to br
' optritd t tho AUTO-BAAO (3 tntnut ear wah). ;
' Paraona interested in rarrting tha Moiv-in" resUu- ..
rant plena contact Phillip Harman at the AUTO-
: BAAO location any day at $ Infiia' afternoon. : Z-
; s; ' s . ; ''
Also at tht AUTO-BAftO it a stora for rant suitable
,for tha ta!a of tiret, batteriea, auto accetioriet or
. tha display cf amall cara.-
auto-bano, s. a.
Trtnslsthmiia Hiztnny neai the ndw Sears store ;
Naturally ive prefejf
that you drink AGEWOOD .
if your preference is :
CANADIAN WHISKY we recommend : jt
CARRINGTON'S SIXYEAR)LD Canadian
whisky, on gale in all better bodegas. ., v
if your preference is
' SCOTCH, we recommend
: -KING GEORGE IV,
Naturally, like all good Scotches
3) ; we w ould like to recommend also to : '? "fl
.-. i ail our cucms mai.iucy iry ,.' .. t v m
1 1 : -r;j- TIA 3IARIA the famous coffee liqueur.
the after-dinner drink without riral. s
DESTILADORA NACI0NAL; S. A.
(W 0MACK AMERICAN WHISKEY CO.) :
-V T,L 3-1791 Apartado 542
.v..-. : ':,. T -PANAMA 1 : --.-.-.
: MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!!
Or kt pmch yon wish r,t,iaiai t i-tm
l . rename, M.t
Houses f ;
FO RENT: Hou 3 rooms
with running pip water and
$000 matart land at Chilibra,
$10.00 monthly. Suitable for ra rati
ti rati r ad couple. Phono 3-2474.
FOR RENT: Furnished
house, 2 bdroom bathroom,
irconditionod, living dining
room, kitchen,, maid's room
with bath, swimming pool.
Elvira Mendex street, Campo
Alegre. Phone 3-7206.
FOR RENT: Chalet in res
fdantial section ramus com- i
pletely furnithed, 2 bedroom
2 batho, study with couch, two
porches, maid's room t with
bath, garage, etc. Moderate
rent. For throe months begin
ning June 15. Call Panama 3 3-3544
3544 3-3544 or 2-0143.
FOR RENT: -Vacation Qtrs.
Must rent immediately. Rea Reasonable.
sonable. Reasonable. Mid-June, Mid Aug
ust. Leaving. Call Balboa 2722.
FOR RENTi Furnished cha chalet,
let, chalet, 2 bedroom. $45.00. Cam.
po Alegre 41 sV street No. 4.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
each boose. One mile past Ca Ca-tina.
tina. Ca-tina. Phone lalbea 1 866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 3-1473.
Baldwin' furnished apart,
"ments a Santa Clara Beach,
-Telephone Smith, Balboa 3411.
OR RENTr Site, eentrelly
t located. Suitable for moving
oleture agency or offices,
. J Corner of 32nd St, oast and
SXuba Avenue. Phono 3-3443.
FOR RENT: Space 18x40
fleet driv in doors suitable for
shop or storage c otic ret wells.
- J"Als t large spec 21x54 foot
I suitable for shop, storage or
' (business,- Inquire Hopkins 4th.
- a m ii
or ywr jt. mr riwnt ansfi
Deportlve Gfceombe made it
. two stralfbt over the visltinir
lamaican IMoneer Cobs t;irls
softball tam Ust nlg-ht with a
10-3 victory t the Monnt Hope
Stadium before another Urse
Giseombc's Jndy Wilmott
was the winninf pitcher for
the second successive Blunt.
.These same two teams will
. w4ad up thekr three.fame se se--
- se-- rles ander the lights at Mount
Hope tonight. Another local
aqnad will Uckle the Jamaican
cirls at Mt. Hope tomorrow
Wa always have a complete
stock of Perfection Kerosene
Stoves and replacement parts
26100 Central, Calidonla
CALLS Tia 10KI0 PJrt.
o 25yc1a Convarsion
o Antenna Installation
. TELE RAD
ALL VORK CUAPANTEED J
ATTINTION, O. -1.1 Just built
modem fyraisfeed apartments, I,
2 bedroom, bet, cold water.
Fheeo Paaama 1-49)41.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, $40.00. J. F. da la Osse
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phono 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath
rooms, hot water Phone 2
FOR RENT: Furnished -partmonts
on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thea Thea-tra."
tra." Thea-tra." Telepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Modern apart,
ments, 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--formation
phone 2-2711. 8th St.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partmont
partmont a-partmont including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, porch, parlor-dining-room
bedroom, kitchen, sanitary
conveniences. Screened. $55.00.
Inquire No. 112, Via Belisorie
Porras, near Roosevelt Thea Thea-tre.
.OR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, modern closet,'
maid's room with bath, faun-'
dry, garage big yard, at St.
Lewis Street, Balladares Bldg.
recently constructed. Call 3.
FOR RENT: Modern 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living. and dining room,
kitchen, garage. Camp Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. Phono 3-7192. Hours 2 to
FOR RENT: Clean, nicely
"furnished one-bedroom apart-!
ment. Fully screened. Hot wat water
er water heater. Telephone. Corner
44th and Colombia street, Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Call: Engel, Panama
2-2835 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Furnished or
unfurnished one bedroom mod modern
ern modern apartment. Garage. 148
Via Belisario Porras.
FOR SALE: Newly painted
unfurnished two bedroom a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, opposite Urraca
park. Federlce Boyd No. 1
Tel. 3-1314. '.
FOR JIINT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance.
Lovely residential Section.
Large living room, dining
room, two bedroom, 2 baths,
maid's quarters, locked gar garage.
age. garage. Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Furnished
rooms to rent. Apply over the
Chase Manhattan Bank, corn corner
er corner 11th and Bolivar Ave. Only
entrance Bolivar, house 10-123
with porch. Good for couple
and bachelor. Phone 233, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Former Senator
Mother Of 1957
NEW YORK (UP) Mrs. Hazel
Aoel. of Lincoln. Nh f firm Pr
IU.S. sent tor.
nnnv oresident and Inno.tim.
footer against juvenile delinquen
cy, ioaay was namea American
MJiner or 1957.
Mrs. Daniel A. Pnlinu nr.Mni
of the American Mothers Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. annOuncMl tha award at th
opening of the annual mothers'
The American Moth era rnmmlt.
te, la selecting the 68-year-old
mKner 01 one son and four rt a u fil filters
ters filters said Mrs. Ahel fulfill, the
qualifications for the award as a
her of a religious body, a civic
i j i -- i
; iceurr ana person quauuea "10
.represent the mothers of America.
as i . i .
tut parucuiar noie, mey singled
't her service in the Senate and
in Nebraska go'ernment.
Mrs. Abel was elected to the
nat to H1 wit the term of the
I 'te D wight Griswolrl. She won
nomination for the Office over 15
Foe many year Mrs. Abel wan
nfea as a leaner in a mns
field co"stnicion. Rather than
tructKHi Co. to 1a their tobs
wneq her husbann. Oorge. died at
e age nf S2 in the denress'n
vrar nf 1t7 thai tonlr nr tiie
Hrfitio" treridew f the w w-i".
i". w-i". e ooerte' it ucrefu"r
ntil her son hd come of age.
awawvWE NTrn FTTEaaaeaai
Or t tbe krevet TJ-S flrtnaeUl
Ulul w mm el aiuiitiie U Pane Pane-M
M Pane-M awl th f T"we. We n d
le-tea mvUm" win m fultrVaW
1 i ifik" He4 enw)rtwl'
w w. '-if' xmeievw... Write
Wr. cn m. Feajaajai. T.
LEAVE TOUB AD WITH ON OF OUB AGENTS 0 OUB OFFICES, AT 13-ST TV STREET, PANAMA LIBRFRIA FRECIADO 7 Street Ko. ll AGENCI
INTERNAL. OK PUBUCACIONKS-No. 3 Lottery Flat CA8A ZALBO-Cmtnl Jve. 43 LOUBDtS PHARMACJ-182 L C.rrnsquilla FARMACl LO
BARUO No. tt "B" Street av MORRISON tth of July Ave J Sf m LEWIS SEKVfCU Ave. Tlvnll So 4. nnuini eiTinnf iiMmTi7i rZZiLi TI
FARMACIA LUX 1(4 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I. Fo. do
VAN-DEB-JIS S4 Street Mo. S3 e) FARMACIA EL BATURBO-Faique Lelevre
FOR SALE: 157 Chevrolet
4 dri Ahardtop' wsw two -tone,
power' glide. 4000 mile. Can
bo financed $2,150.00. 6om
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash four
door sedan, $350.-. House 0-211
FOR SALE:. Leaving for
States. Mutt sell 1954 Ford
Fairlano V-8, 4 door with ra radio.
dio. radio. Thunderbird engine,,' per perfect
fect perfect condition ..; .throughout.
$1,850. Call 2-1827; House 5343 5343-A
A 5343-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
V-8, 4 doer Station Wagon, ov overdrive
erdrive overdrive radio, heater, extras,.
Low mileage. Excellent, condi condition.
tion. condition. $1,800. Tel. Balboa 2911
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 4 dr. R and H
Poworelide, tinned o winw.
w-w tires, underrating $2,495
FOR KALE: .55 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane Vieteri4 lack-white.
ra. P-lv 14,0 mf.: 5944-':
Smith P'M, Diablo. Phone 2 2-$1575.
$1575. 2-$1575. nrR SAt.i!.: i 195 "oH
'-deer se vlH r Ho 1400.
Panama 3-3114 after 5 a.m.
fR tetwt. Sl Sl-fir,
fir, Sl-fir, 19t HreUrv eti" We
oon. rttl.er rJIj, Mrr
.i- r-- rptalh
PGR SAI.: 195' er T.
door, exeel'ont 'wwtitlo". "".
dxiiil- -He. heer A" 00.
Tall 87-8109 Sot. Therrlault,
Mr. "onH nd Cedlllae own-mr-
Hon't vo-i hava n a
sIUSe4 rvle, Rroe
iwn,nn efter vi- r.
nairs ad mlntnanea Phone
'M-A. Mh St. MeUndet, ad ad-ioinlne
ioinlne ad-ioinlne Civ da .Colon $-A.
-J f- 4
FOR SALE: .1955, Chevrolet
210, 4-dmr sedan, radio. two
" Bxee'lnt condition.
'"H). House 504 Ancon. Tel. 2-
Gibraltar f ile- Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama t-0332
TRANSPORTS BAXTER, S. A
Packers Shippers Movers
PtieiMe 2.2451 -- 2 2562
' v .' Laara Ridinf at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding a Jamplet Classes dail
3 to 5 p.aa. Pheae 2-2451
. ee by appolalmaat.
SIIib) few flim ewa
MeUry Maeklaea, Maaaafe
Steam Bath awle aa (eaaaje
MeSlcal hcHa, orth braces.
- SS A. iatle Araatuwe t-TIM
Dr. SCHOIX trateea CklrepeaW
FOR SALE: Solid maple
bedroom set $200.00, 2 chests
of drawersdouble bed,. vanity
and bench. Must be seen to be
appreciated 5438-A Diablo,
FOR SALE: ; "Proyector
sound 14 mm. cheap excellent
' condition. Tel. Fort Culick 88 88-519.
FOR SALE: t- Sacrifice. Two
40 CPS Garrard record chang changers,
ers, changers, RC88 and RC90, $40.00
each! One 40 CPS General E
lactric 17 inch TV, $100.00. Call
Albrook 3285. i
FOR SALE: Guaranteed 8
per- cent return. Cuentas Co.
merciales preferred shares
selling at $10.- per share. Call
A-7348 or 3-491U
FOR SALE; Blonde Ameri American'
can' American' Kennel,. Club, registered
.Cocker; Spaniel puppies. Call
Fort Kobbe 5140.
u, i .. i ( ; .,
FOR SALE: REFRIGERATOR
Quickfreezo porcelain automa automatic
tic automatic 40 cycle, 18 months old. A-l
condition. Sacrificing. Smith
Gorgas H-434f.' -.3'
FOR SA4.Er -.Hi Ft records
on 33 ,1-3 .Rpm. classical, pop popular
ular popular .-and vfaxx music' of all
makes, Orders ; accepted. A A-GENCIAS
GENCIAS A-GENCIAS DIAZ.' 37th St. No.
FOR SALE: Coveredtrai.
er,. two wheels', good condition.
Apply' to Cafe Sitton during of office
fice office hours. Make your offer. 1
, DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. CX
j CANNESanceJ-MaT' S' (UP)
-i'West Gerinsny produced the
first shock of this year's Cannes
Film Festival .Monday night
with the picture "Rose Bernd.'
Stunned critic labeled It "re
pulslve," v,. ,4
. TK tSicture received Tery Mt
tie applause Itself but the guests
gave star' Maria Bcnei an ova
tion- .' -'
It Is the story of a poor Ger
man-farm girl, seduced by one
man, raped by a second -wmie
pregnant, and finally abandon abandoned
ed abandoned by both. The -audlenoe was
almost speechless by its sordid
Some critics said they felt it
was "in poor taste."
They referred m particular to
a brutal jfcene In which the a a-bandoned
bandoned a-bandoned girl Miss Schell gives
birth to her child in the snow
under a railroad bridge with a
background ot sound h e r
screams, the baby's cries and
the whistle of the train pound
The only "good character" in
the movie depicted a half-ldlot.
One critic said it was strange
that such a film would be pro pro-duced
duced pro-duced at' all and absolutely
amazing it would be sent to a
festival to represent a country
which produces downs of good
movies each year.
NOT FOR JOHN DOE-
spite- the anticipated Ufa of :
more than 100 years for. this
replica of Thomas Edison's first
practical -incandescent lamp.
General EJextric officials say "it
as no bargain in- actual light -output
per penny. . Ralph
J.' Cordiner, General Electric'
president, turns on the light
which will burn continuously -on
Edison's desk, now on dis display
play display la lobby of CEs research
laboratory at Schenectady. N.Y.
la Ossa Ave.Me. 41 FOTO DOMV-jiute Arosemeno Ave. and 33 St. e FARMACIA
I Street FARMACIA "SAB" Vie Poriu 111 a) NOVEOAOES ATHIS Beside
Boats 6r Motors
FOR SALE: 14 Foot' Cabin
Cruiser No. 827 completely e-
quipped. Power steering, m m-mote,
mote, m-mote, controls, 25 h.p. Evin-
- rude slept two. Can be aeon
at Tarpon Club Dock. Tel. 3-'
3237. ., -r
VhaIr$ Vilh Those
Green Stamps! ;
Bargain or Premium!
WASHINGTON .(UPKThe' Agri.
culture, Department, said todav it
doesn't know whether a consumer
gets a bargain or pays a premium
when he buys food from (tores
which give trading stamps.
''V '(-, f i
"Until mora information is avail
able on? the ; effect iOf : trading
stamp. plans on prices of foods
purchased," the department said
in a researcn report, "no general generalization
ization generalization can be drawn as to wheth'
er a consumer gets something for
noinmg, pays part, ail, or even
more than the cost- of similar
merchandise purchased for cash.'
The department found that, con
sumers" differ widely in their feel
ings regarding trading stamps.
'Some showed great enthusiasm
in their collection of stamps.
others were antagonistic to the
plan, and still others were indiffer
ent 1 to it' the department said.
borne accepted it as a neces
sary part of the merchandising
scheme, while others attempted to
have ft legislated out of existence.
Some consumers felt they were
getting something for nothing, oth
ers reasoned that any form of pro promotion
motion promotion which adds to the cost of
doing business necessarily increas
es toe cost of food. v "i
. "At any rater it was estimated
that 60 per cent of all shoppers in
the '' United States were saving
stamps. .- 'v.;, ,-;,';: v' v
The denartmentalsa- said that
"a trading stampoajnaaorfa- aui
alog or the redemption ntoriti,"-,"'' ei
be shopped as carefuUy as 'if-aTrf'-50' veWW'sv
cash purchase were- being .made'
"Consumrs will have to evalu evaluate
ate evaluate grocery store prices and the
merits of merchandise obtained
for stamps the Same as they would
in any other buying situation."
GENEROUS American aai.'
ore of the destroyer USS Q'Ban Q'Ban-nan
nan Q'Ban-nan donate blood at the Red
Cross mobile transfusion service
Ja Sydney, Australia. About 200 -tnea
from four VS. destroyers
gave blood in the good-will ges gesture
ture gesture down under.
Britain Plans ;
' tONDON' May 8 (UP) Brit
ain's Central Electricity Author
ity- said today it plans to build
the world's largest power sta
tion at a cost ot 112 million dol
The CEA said (be station will
generate 1.100.000 kilowatts and
will be run on coaL despite the
advance of nuclear power. It Is
expected to be In operation ear early
ly early In 1960. v ;;
". ntxdy know, Se t-oubl
F6R SALE: -11 pieces Chin,
ese carved dining room set.
Intricately carved black a-
bony Chinese living room set.
Gpnuine antique -Chinese bar
and other Chinese furniture.
Tel. 2-2542, Panama,
FOR SALE: Steelman High
Fidelity, phonograph .console
with 4 speed automatic record
changer. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th, street No. a-A.
-,FOR SALES West'inghouse
Laundromet $80.00;- Simmons
Hide-a bed couch $90,- 24". 24".-RCA
RCA 24".-RCA TV floor model with out outside:
side: outside: antenna J225, babycrib
with mattress f 15.: RCA Con Con-solo
solo Con-solo radio, and 3-speed phono phonograph
graph phonograph $125, miscellaneous
household items. TeL Amador
5193 until 4 p.m. Panama 3 3-3188
3188 3-3188 after 5 p.m. House 104
Call $4 between Via Porras
end 50th. -" v' -
FOR SALE: Mahogany plat,
form rocker, $25. House 765-Apt,-No.
17 Barnebey St. aft.
er 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving. Mutr
sell. Chrome breakfast set, -$60.-;
living room set, with
custom slip covers, $150..; Ma"
hogany end tables $25.- pair,'
mahogany coffee table $15.00
C.B. Television, 21": conaole,
, 25 or 40 cyclse). used 9 moths
V $22$.-; living room mirror, 24"
35. $25.; lamps $5.- each;
domestic electric console sew
ing machine, buttonholer $100.-
- No obligation. Come in and
look. House 5621-B Diablo. Tal.
Balboa 4284. -v r; f-.;
F0R4 SAL E : Beautiful.
Chrome;. Dinette. ";ots- y9,00,:'
, living-room sets (uphoUteradj :
,$95.00, dining room table and
4 chairs $65.00, wardrobe $19. -.
modern, vanities t59.00.V Hnllv.
weed beds with new marrres-
V largo metal desks $59.00, cent cent-r
r cent-r ar tablee $4.50, new mattres mattresses
ses mattresses $15.00, bunk beds $39.0Q,
folding bed $19.50r. linoleums
$4.95, porch set 45.00 end
many, other bargains. Easy
term.: HOUSEHOLD EX.
'CHANCE, Tel. 349.11 J-7348.
FOR SALE: 2 bed frames,
2 springs, 1 Inner spring mat mattress,
tress, mattress, all $50.00. Youth bed.
Cotton mattress, $25.00. Qtrs.
3024-B NAD. Phono Navy 3679.
FOR 1 itSJtx'X, nieaaral
. lectric ' refrigerator in very
good condition, $125.00. Hal Hal-man
man Hal-man S.A., Via Epsana No. 1.
FOR SALES "'Leenard" t
. lectric stove, four burners,
siuu.va. nermen via bs-
'.pane; No; 1. .- s.
FOR SALE: "Whirlpool"
clothes dryer. slightly hop hop-worn.
worn. hop-worn. Original, price $385.00.
now $194.00. Halman S.A., Via
Espafta No. 1. r;. -.
SEA MONARCH-The British
Navy' new, high-speed sub submarine,
marine, submarine, -Explorer," snake n
surface run in a test of n new
hydrogen peroxide system of
propulsion; One of two new
vndrrae vessels,-the sub was
built for experimental work
using the new system, which
utilize peroxide to produce an
atmosphere in avhicb the ub s
engines, when submerged, ean
also sue fuil rropeUing poevc
.. ,x i
Must be fluently bi lingual,
Experience preferred but net
necessary. Apply between 9:00
and 11:00 a.m. at MODERNA,
96 Kodak Patio.
Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,
Radios Phonograph, Transmit,
tars, receivers, and all elec electronic
tronic electronic equipment. Service calls;
$2.50. Call by 7:00 p.m. for
same day service. Al work
guaranteed. Phone U.S. Tolevi Tolevi-aion
aion Tolevi-aion Panama 2-4614.
j. "LONESOME CEORCE George Gobel Isn't quite as alone
. as he might want to be in a "vital!' moment during a golf gamr
with.- nature-loving Hollywood columnist Erskinei. Johnson.,
t' George' wearf the cheating attempt was alt a Joke. ,.
By .JOSEPHJ FLEMINB- ?
- BERLIN (UP) -A five-cent sub-
ray ride through the Iron Curtain
is the : most wid,ely used -espape
Here.! in asolated Berlin antl-
Communists uterally-, use an un
derground j-atlroad to flee to the
WeSt. v V .'. .
They use the subway; which still
connects East and-. West in this
split, city. And usually the escape
trip, -is as nneventful,. short and
fust .as the 17-blockr ride on' the
New York subway; from Times
Sauare to Columbus Circle 11
bince refugee records, were
started :ln 1949., the flight of 1.80O.-4
Hrt a '. T7 l w t a 1
- tasi Germans nas oeen, re
corded.-- Many, r many thousands
more arrivea wiuou registering.
Perhaps as many as half of
those whoi sought asylum in West
Berlin came by subway. J
There have been dramac es
capes. Soviet sone 'residents try
ing to flee have been shot on the
border. Heavy, trucks "with open
throttles nave- crashed through
permanent barriers erected by the
Men have swum' the Havel Riv
er and border canals to freedom.
People have escaped on bicycles.
horse-drawn carts, canoes, motor motor-boats,
boats, motor-boats, .-owboats, buses and excur excursion
sion excursion launches. .'
FACING UP TO IT from the rapt expression en this Italian ;
beauty face, she doesn't much mind she raUter startling
aprwarsnce of her dance partner. They were perticipnots am a-
lingual, ex p e r-J e need, good
speller. Permanent work. Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Pictures, Eusebio A.
Real Estate :
. FOR SALE: Lovely modern
home with or without-oriental
, decor, and furnishings. Hot
water, garden, interior and
exterior terrace,, double gar- -.
age. living room, drawing
room,, large electric kitchen, 4
, bedrooms, 3 baths, maid's
quarters separate ocean view,
exclusive residential arer.'T-eL'
2-2542, Panama.; v
rrom Iron Curtain
'-- '-;-: 1' i v
Toung -nTl d r e n-nave been
brought across the border in baby
carriages. Olden iolks havei been
pushed across in wheelchairs, .,
Four members of a famflv frnm
Kuedersdorf, a iew miles : east of
or juerun, a s ke d asylum' In the
French -sector of the city .after a
roundabout three-day Journey ol
200 miles over canals and rivers
in a passenger 'excursion boat..,
A group of three families front
a village near' Magdeburg rode the
75 miles, to Berlin; by, railroad
train disguised "as f a" funeral 'cor
tege.- They were dressed, in black
and carried wreaths their pass passports
ports passports toireedom,::: v"
" -i' Hole in Curtain
Atthe 28-mlTfe border between
East and West Berlin, it Is anoth
er story. The Iron Curtain hat
great hole iri' it. '. ;,.....
(The-Reds have channeled traf.
fic through : special checlrnoint
and instituted customs cheeks hut
for some reason have never placed
arret, jesiricuoo onr irariic.
hubway and ; elevated trains
cross the border without regular
cnecss. reopie cross on foot mere merely
ly merely by showing identity cards. East
Cermans excite- suspicion 'only if
they bring along suitcases.;
Most come with-onlv the clothe
oc their backs, but one dog lover
brought six dogs with her. She
made six subway trios.'. On each
trip she brought one dog. ;
WEDNESDAY; MAT t, 10S7
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To Support Troubled Budget
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Solemn Requiem Mass Held
4 fy Amador ForMrshDrapef
A solemn requiem 'mass was
celebrated -at the Fort Amador
Chapel at o'clock this mornlnn
for Mrs, .Sarah Stimson 'Draper.,
mother of Mrs. Thomas L. Har Har-rold,
rold, Har-rold, who died Saturday 'r.ljtht
in Gorgas 1 Hospital. She h a d
been a patient there since March
Mrs. Draper nad resided with
- WASfflNftTON, May 8 (UP) President Eisenhower old a
Tnews conference today that he may make two television apear apear-ances
ances apear-ances soon In support of his budget which is encountering trou trou-tile
tile trou-tile in Congress. '" y -Vv. ""
kt v The President told reporters he had worked for a long time
ton an address to the people, but found there were so many subr
jects to be covered that he doubted one speech would aqcom-
plih his purpose. ' v
-vHeusedhishewsconterenceto ---we oiscioseo was Maj. Gen.. and Mrs; Thomas U
make another vigorous stano in j which Humphrey fiarroM aj; their 'FOrti Amador
nenan oi nis ouugci, scimj iwwwwj vi """-"""""inome
The mass was offered n by
USARCARIB Chaplain (Col.) H
F. Donovan. Assistins; Father
Donovan were : auxiliary Cha Chaplain
plain Chaplain Mariano Walls, deacon;
pny, f'ort .oddc, suo-aeacon;
and Chaplain (Capt.) Charles .T
Richard, Fort. : Clay ton, -'.master
of ceremonies. r . t,
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Other assistants on' the altar
were Pfc. Charles L.'Albers,Sgt.
Leo P. Champaf?ne,' Sp3 James
G. Ekwall. and Pf c; Martin M,
O'Meara. all of Fort Amador.
i Pallbearers were MSgt. Frank
Youhg, MSgt. Odbert R.v4 Sim
ithat truly big -cuts could not be' under certain financial condi condi-Ixnade
Ixnade condi-Ixnade until this country was cer-J tion in the government was pre-
tain that the foreign siiuaou ijareii jvmuy vy mo ommai;.
Viorl sneari vprv PTftatlV.
' -Other news conference high;
and the President.
.nia. tt, .vontMsi Humphrey that there
:rJSitS.nr eLusecretary Itmger any reason for the ov ov-'
' ov-' SSSlt S Pevrm cprporaUons
.that liumphreFhad'not yet sub-: W' thP
f-n? hP?wpin HnmohreV andtspection plan submitted at the
2lm, orl. fl"an5iL.pu; talks would reauire earnest
llliu""Zl ti& Study, but did demonstrate that
country Is strictly his own."
i Miami Firm Plans
t MIAMI. May 8 (UP)-A Misnl
.'engineering firm announced to-:
. day plans for a $1,000,000 soil
.'course and resort near Montego
3ay, Jamaica, for Winthrop
iRogkefeller and a group of A-
- Jr Associated with Rockefeller in
the development of the Jamai Jamaican
can Jamaican resort, according to Radar
'fanrt Assnr.iftt.ps pneinpprlno' firm
J '' and president of the United Na Na-t"
t" Na-t" i tlonal Life Insurance Co., Dpl Dpl--
- Dpl-- las, "Tex.; T. Law, Tulsa oiU
( ? 'wan;, Harry Strasburger. Dallas
' attorney; i- and Paul Raigbrdsky
I .nd Buddy Fogelson. Texas oil,
Weather Or Not
'' This weather report for th
- Zl hours ending 8 a.m. today,
kjs prepared by tne Meteorolo-
frical and Hydro graphic
.ranrh of the Panama Cana)
f ' Balboa Cristobal
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more honest, hard work was be
ing aone by tne current conier
ertco'than la previous meetings.
If a fool-proof international in in-snectlon
snectlon in-snectlon system were agreed on,
the US probably would stop
production of nuclear weapons.
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Jels Over Mew York
Qui Remain Mystery
Lif tie' League
, i LOW
(max. mph) MV-17
: RAIN. Unchesi 0
.(inner harbors) 79
t THURSDAY, MAY 9
NEW YORK. May 8 (VP
Several unidentified jet air
craft streaked through the skies
low over Manhattan fon nearly
three hours last night, rrignten rrignten-lng
lng rrignten-lng thousands of residents.
,' An Air Force radar-equipped
Lockheed Starflre sent up on
emergency orders to track down
the. mystery planes was unabje
to find them.
From all over the city, begin
ning about 10 pan. came reports
from residents who said i e t
planes "buzzed" over their
homes,"' rattling windows nd
causing television set inte."T;r inte."T;r-ence.
ence. inte."T;r-ence. 'rt
Tl jets screamed over the
city at about five to 10-minute
.For about 30. minutes or more,
they apparently flew in a tight
pattern around Manhattan Is Island
land Island from the Battery -to the
George Washington bridge.1
A- spokesman for the Navy's
Floyd Bennet Field said an Fr74
Cutlass twin-jet had flown over
New York on a photographic
mission for about an hour, be
ginning at 10 p.m.
He said the pilot at no time
flew lower than 3000 feet over
Normally, the skies over the
metropolitan area are off limits
to jet flights except under cer cer-ta'n
ta'n cer-ta'n conditions, j
But soon after the Navy s let
landed, Air Force bases, news-
napers, pnd the nonce received
hundreds of calls complalntn?
of several flights over a wide
Girls 19, Boy-s 6
Only six boys, as compared to
ia gins were porn at uorgas
Hospital during the week end
ing at midnight Monday,' ac according
cording according to the regular hospital
reports During that period 223
patients were admitted and 191
were discharged, -!
The names and address of the
parents of the girl babies fol follow:
low: follow: Mr. and Mrs. C. E.f Hay
wood, of La Boca; Lt. and Mrs
R. A. rfebrank, of Albrook! Mr
and Mrs. G.. V. Ashers, of Pan
ama City: Mr. and Mrs J. M
Davis, of Locona; Mr. ana Mrs
A. E. Crichlow, -f Panama
Cltv: Mr. and Mrs. Jose Mavml
of Panama CityMr. and Mrs.
G C. Knox, of Panama City;
SSgt. and Mrs. W. Ov Brooks
of Locona: Mr. and' Mrs. P. C
Bufflngton.- of Panama City;
Dr. and Mrs. ,C. L. Trent, of
Balboa; Sgt. emd Mrs. J. A
Camacho. of Panama City) Mr
and Mrs. M. E. Hightoweh of
Locona: SSgt. and Mrai H. R
Vanderhorst. of Locona; Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Rios, of Panama
City; Mr.' and Mrs. Ellas Urrio-
la. of Chlllbre; Sgt. and' Mrs
B. G. Gay. of Panama City; Mr
and Mrs. Thomas moriu, oi
Paraiso: Lt. and Mrs H,- E.
Dreher. of Fort Kobbe;' and Maj
and Mrs. P.. Vllbarri. of Fort
Boy were born to the follow
lne:.PV; and Mrs. J. A. Havner,
of Panama City: Mr. and Mrs
F. M. Davis, Of Farfan; Mr: and
Mrs. F, T: Lorde. of Paraiso;
Mr. and Mrs. E. R..;Richards
of Panama Cltv: Set. and Mrs,
E. P. Hocut. of Albrook: and
Cant. ancV Mrs. C Wheeler of
Fort Kobbe. '
mons, .SFC.- .Vernon Birrrilng-
nam, Jonn, i. young; Cpl.
Robert E.- Kelly and Sp3 Maxie
ju Kiley oi- Fort Amador,
Honorary pallbearers were Col.
J; P. Kaylor Col. J. .H. Wiech Wiech-martn..
martn.. Wiech-martn.. Col. N, M.' Cox4 Col. T.
J. Henderson, Col.' W: R.' Sey Seymour
mour Seymour and Cpl. R. VW. Garrett.
' In,' addition -to her daughter,
Mrs; Draper leaves a, son,; Brig.
PhillpH. Drapery V.. S. Army
stationed m Japan, a n d -flvc
' Gen. and Mrs: Harjrold left this
morning., ior Trov.- New lYork
Where MM. Draper will be burled
The Aody. will depart ithe-Ca
nal Zone ffor Tr,oy tomorrow
xvvaai y i nei vicos werci iieiQ mi
the Gorgas Hospital Chapel last
night at o'clock The blessing
of the body.- took place at 8:15
tnis morning at tho.Gorga;
Chanel prior Jto the requiem
; H INDEPENDENT WT MDlX
Let the people know the trutli mid the country J$ safe" -r 'Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY MAY 8, 1957
DlUAl Jfoh JWm WAS A KILLER
"Jwlf if "-IN HER 6EDR00M.Mand .v
- twfir 0 f $. the law said he had a A : ) l-
jmjMV a j right to be there! ; V ;
r Wfi H DORIS LOUIS
! ' t ( : NV BARRY.
: A. SULLIVAN.
TDASC8EAM V LOVEJOY
I An Arwin Production : i
, 1 v f I ?-', Written and Directed by .'.
f V I 1 ANDREW L STONE f i
; J MARTIN MELCHER
! ; Show$: 3.-05 .05 9.-05 p.m.'
Ilpvel 01 Arnjy Pdsl
Lfyifig A Crayldiir
Amies Af Lijirary l;
ATnoveI"v written byMrsJjariet
Lambert, wlfe,.f a retired ..U.S.
Army colonel,, with a setting sit
the Army post at Fort' Clayton.
Is now being circulated by the
The fbook. "A' Sonsr In' Their
Hearts,- is one -of the .famous
Penny and Tippy Parrish books,
wnicn nave long been favor
lte or the -teen-age .set.
As in all of her other- books
Mrs.-Lambert gives no' artificial
glamor; to the. military life liv lived
ed lived by her hero and heroine, at
Fort Clayton. She i provides an
authentic background for the
plot which moves from. Fort
Clayton to other Canal Zone
Army posts and to several well
known spots in Panama.?'
,-.i'"4 r. ;.", i; i J
' A native ot Crawfordsville
Ind., Mrs. Lambert spent v 20
years living on Army posts all
over the world. The foundation
fox her books were laid in the
bedtime;,''; stories told to her
daughter and the necessity to
provide most- of her reading
when they spent two years In
Poland. ' . v t
Canal'. Zone Student's ; Win Cash- Prizes
I I l P J I- Vi I i t 1 I : J-,.,, ,,1. 1..,..
i In .'Annual InternatibrtaliPoster, Contest-
Cash prizes have been; awnrri
ed to' six Canal Zone elementary
and secondary school students
whose posters were' riven first
uura ana lourtn places m tne
annual ( Latham international
poster contest for the nromntinn
of humane education.
' First prizes were given to Ru-
pea uomei, of the Balboa Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School, and to Pearl
Griffith, of the Rainbow City
Junior High School,
Other prize winners were Lil-
lle Griffin, of Ancoo Elementary
School, third prize; Jackie
Thornton, Balboa Junior High
School, third prize; Mary. He-
oert. Balboa High School, third
prize; 'Delroy ,Burke, Rainbow
City Elementary School, fourth
Certificate awards were, rlvfth
to 153 other students from An-
con, Balboa, Cristobal, ; Diablo.
She now lives on an Island off
the New Jersey -coast following
Col. Lambert s .retirement jrom
Simptoa shares, jom candy
with a German youngster in
Bad Orb, Germany, as his VS.
Army armored unit pause 1
the West German city during
Increase In Postal
Rale Fighlers Win
Hurdle In Congress
WASHINGTON. May 8 (UP)
The, administration's request' for
4 penny increase ; in the cost of
mailing first-class and airmail let
ters cleared its first congressional
,The proposal was approved by
the House Post Office Committee,
by a reported 2 to 1 margin, along
wtth a companion plan to increase
postcard rates from two to three
cents.' ',;;. '.-:
i Under1 the committee bill, first-
class letters- would g up from
three to four cents and airmail
letters from, six to seven cents.
xns pian wouia cvsi, uie duduc
an extra $31,370,000 a year on first
cuss mau,. si7,ioo,ooo on air
mau letters and -32,800,000 on
postcards. ,; ' ''- i
' It also would increase airmail
cards from four to five cents, pro
ducing another $200,000, and boost
di-op letter rates from two to three
cents, a total of $1,200,000. v
. put off until tomorrow was an
other administration request : to
hike second class-mail rates on
newspapers and magazines and
third class rates on advertising
matter. These Increases would
cost postal users $96,200,000 next
year, -'-.-.v, -v:" : '- :
- The- committee action, wmcn
k taken behind closed' doors,
was announcea inerwara Dy
Chairman Tom Murray (D-Tenn).
Even if the bill clears the Post
Office, Committee: as expected, it
faces rough going ia the House
and Senate. Foes contend that
first-class mail users already car
ry too much of the postal burden.
- The House approved a similar
hill last year but it died in the
Senate. The Senate is marking
time on the issue this session until
it sees what tne House does,
) Kobbe and North Margarita and
wamDow .city E lementary
ociiouis; aaiDoa ana Cristobal
Junior High schools; and the
Balboa and Rainbow City High
OCl 1UU1S. j.
students In the Canal zone
schools together with school
children In the United States
and all over: the world' compete
in the Latham poster contest
The Canal Zone English and
Spanish language, posters are
Judged in California and then
sent i to other '-parti of the
wona. ... ) i
in return, the Canal Zone
schools receive winning .nosters
maae m ine.umteo States, Can
aua, japan, Hawaii and many
iu is vi Europe and Asia.
The contest is sponsored by
tne uum foundation ito In Inculcate
culcate Inculcate the higher principles
of humaneness upon which the
unity and happiness of the
i world depend; to emphasise
the spiritual fundamentals that
lead to world friendship J to
. promote ; character building
and to foster understanding of
and sympathy with the ani animals
mals animals who : cannot speak for
The complete list of students
who received certificates of mer merit
it merit and. the schools they, attend
loiiow; , f .
Ancon Elinti tary School;
Samuel Bettsak, Robert Lemacks,
Keith Frederick,. Victor Canas,
Katherlne Lawrene, Kenneth
Kline Joyce Swenson, Peter Ac Ac-ly,
ly, Ac-ly, Alfred Osborne, Ramon. Ta Ta-pia,
pia, Ta-pia, Elizabeth Argenzio, Carjyn
wauiQun, Margarita Ennicn, Ar Ar-mida
mida Ar-mida Nagy, Oema Medina, Geo.
Jennings, Frank South, Olga Oa Oa-lego,:
lego,: Oa-lego,: Elizabeth Vargas, William
Dougherty, Jacqueline Toussieh
and Marian. Brown. an
Balboa Junior' High School:
George LltUe, Patricia Calhoun,
Joe Thompson, Charles Calesti Calesti-nl,
nl, Calesti-nl, Gisella Arosemena, Aloha
Shatrosky, Paulette Ella, George
Garcia, Pauline Taffe, John,
Wise; Carl Lam, FrankliB Aseron,
Edith Pierce, Marcela Aroseme-
na, Beverly f Vaughn, Ernest
Guardla, Fred del Valle, Bobby
Meyers. Douglas Maior i.nra
Barnhart, Linda Cunningham,
Beverly Austin, Suzanne, Treva Treva-than,
than, Treva-than, Betty Deming, Carole
Bernhardt, Sahdra Kaylor Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Phillips, Sherry South Ma Maria
ria Maria Kodat, Muriel Morales, Mar-
tna Holllngsworth and wintam
Balboa Hlrh School. Wfhi
voss, Lynne Jones, Caroli ne?
Math, Vickl Ledbetter, Gwen Anderson, Vlrgllld Gaoha, Jorge
McCullough, s Janet Adkins, and
Balboa School : James' Kenne
dy, 1 Michael .Basham,.- C a r ol
Daiker William Arey Carol Oof-
ley, Billy Russ Ernest Godsey
and Tsin Jnhnwin
Cristobal Elementary School:
Tula Martino, Edwin Webber,
Evelyn: it Hawthorne. Woodrow
Smith;.Robert Davis, pamela'Rei
new. Patricia Seaman and Car
olyn Beckley 1 '"
. Cristobal Junior .High School
Charlene Graves, Patricia Egger,
Philip "Sanders, Sapdra Dungan
and John Everson. T
r Diablo' School: : ; Susan Trim,
Jerrv Bates. Esther Hovan. Nona
xewmKie, uiona Tester, Auria
Vele, Ruth Reimiller. James Bra
den. Rupert Turner.-- Bruce H11L
liorna uew and roi aadier.
Kobbe School: Marjorie Allen.
uianne aoyce. Lynn Grunn. Pat
ty Russell, Nancy Griffin .Rome
Ho Gonzalez, Bill Branch, Karl
Prescott. Nancy Wood, Philip
Racieot and Paul France
North Margarita School: .Dia
na Sarich, Victor McKinnon, Da David
vid David James,. Donald Robnett, pen pen-elope
elope pen-elope Zimmerman, William Craig,
Patricia Comstock and "Lynda
Atkins., : t
Rainbow City : v Carlos Ford e.
Buenaventura.; Gaona, Charles
Thomas, Roberto Clare, Roberto
ToDDin and Allan Lewis.
. Rainbow City High School t
Albertina Laing, Winston Smith,
Margaret Smith, Winston Peart,
Joselyn G uerrero,' George
Grimes, Jean Holder; Frederick
Layne, John Slmms, Henry Wed Wed-derburn,
derburn, Wed-derburn, Norman Thomas, Fred
Ferguson, .Walford McFarlane,
Hilaria Quinlan, Henry Thomas,
Fred Ferguson, Henry Fergus,
Lorenzo Holder; Kenneth Wat
son, Reno Patrick, Arthur, Wai Wai-some,!
some,! Wai-some,! Antonio Downer, Betty
Forte, Herman Laing, Jr., Loren Lorenzo
zo Lorenzo Holder, Jacquelyn Alphonse,
Victor Anderson, Carmen- -Josephs,
Lesley Anderson, Silbtrt
McNaughton, Ernest Baptist and
About the only rhino
can .keep o, dark secret. U theirj
4 flroy hor. t r v iu4
TODAY .CENTRAL -TODAY
"iF YOU SEE ONLY ONE MORE PICTURE THIS
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The Brave One is The Great One!
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HTPSON ON 8T0UR. England.
May (UP) Fire engines
roared off to rescue a woman
who said she was surrounded by
smoke and flames. But there was
no fire. The woman had dream dreamed
ed dreamed lt and placed the alarm in
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Carpel To We!con.2r
Viet Ham President
HELD OVER 2nd WEEK
"WAR and PEACE"
' OVERWHELMING ACCLAIM
i "War anl Peace classic film achievement... A aota
ble motion picture which can take Its place la the film Hall
9t Fame."- ? l
, - Dick William, LOS ANGELES MIRROR NEWS.
"Tain a place among ta greatest motion picture rrer
mad... Vastly enfroisinf fascinating all the way."
Sherwln Kane, MOTION PICTURE DAILY.
"A blockbaiter destinei to be a perennial cinematic
claacic..; A visaal epic that Is assnred ef permaneat sta sta-?tar
?tar sta-?tar ta the annals ef the motion picture Industry.., It has
maranee power and is a predoctloa powerhouse oa sise
. and itatare values alone. It la big ta the biggest sense of
the einematnrrlcal art."
Abel Green, TARIETT ani DAILY VARIETY,
t "A plctnre ef mammoth preportioas and spectaeaUr
scenic effect ScrnlcaQy the pirtare Is a marreL Oa win
think ef War and PearV as a Ga With the Wind' of an another
other another era. Aadrey Hepbara ta a rcrelatloa mt almot
' Imagined beast j la her finely -shaded portrayal. She Is sare
f a trlamph. i .v vi ..
' - : ; Edwin Schallcrt, LOS ANGELES TIMES.
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WASHINGTON, May S (UP)
President Eiaenhower trotted Out
his fanciest welcome mat today
for a staunch anti-Communist al
ly from Southeast Asia Presi President
dent President Ngo Dinh Diem of Viet Nam.
The 55-year-old Vietnamese lead leader
er leader wai scheduled to arrive aboard
President Eisenhower's personal
plane Cqfumbine III which was
sent to Honolulu to meet him.
Eiaenhower was to drive to the
nearby military air terminal to
extend his greetings in person. It
was only the second time the Pres President
ident President has met a visiting dignitary
h'mselL the first being his red car carpet
pet carpet reception of King Saud of Sau Saudi
di Saudi Arabia earlier this year.
U.S. officials consider the- visit
of the devoutly Catholic Diem to
be principally "ceremonial" a
sort of celebration of the success
of Diem's American supported
efforts to achieve political and -conomic
stability 'in his small A-
' an a country.
I They were willing, however, to
j discuss matters of mutual interest
! if the visiting President desires.
Diem has made it clear he be
lieves there are problems to be dis-
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Melvln C Mustalne. former M
re&idrat of Curundu. died of a n
heart attack Monday la Kauas y
City. Mo, according to newt re-l
ceived on the Isthmus today. He fi
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BEEN VAITIIIG ;
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Former Curundu 1
a . v mm m
was 55 years old.
Dunns his residence on
Isthmus, Mr. Mustalne was
ployed as a fire prevention
neer by the VS. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, and was well knowa ia fire
divuion circles In the Cnal
Zone. Panama and Puerto Rio.
He la survived by his wile.
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